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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALJU VOL THR NHS THATS FIT TO PRINT 15 1899 XXIII for A soNa Horse Sold nt Irvington Saturday for 105 CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH BEAUTIFUL CREW Oame Kentucky Olrls Enjoy an ing Ride In a Yawl ExcitÂ¬ NO 35 REAL ES TATE DEALS Much Property Changing Hands THE DREAD MENINGITIS a Victim at the Hamlet of Custer THE STATE CONVENTION Hereabouts HENDRICKS FARM SOLD The bears had control of the horse market at tho Henderson sale near Irv ington last Saturday Claims Ono old horse that was put on bo block only brought 105 and it almost broke tho heart of tho buyer when he auctioneer accepted his bid The other horses and goods brought fair prices A good crowd was present IN POLITICS THE DEATH ANGELS WORK Rich Land Brings a Fairly Good Price TO flOVE TO TEXAS THIS 5PRINQ Will Arnold Wants to flende Couuty Represent Little Willie Anderson Passes Away at Guston Considerable Building Contemplated in This Section It was reported in Brandenburg Mon Â¬ day that Will Arnold of Paynesville EX CONFEDERATE SOLDIER DEAD would enter the race for tho Democratic nomination as representative He would llko to represent Meade county in the next session of the legisla- Estimable Lady Dies While Visiting at Cccllian ture Â¬ The tug Alfred Hennon towed one of tho Cooperage Companys batges to this Mrs Alfred Hennon and port Friday Democrats Here is the Official the Misses Anna and FrancoB Hennen Call For Same I he latter accompanied were aboard by tholr brother Alfred Hennon re Â¬ turn to Hawesvillo in a skiff If Ohas Dana Gibson hod seen tho party in the boat he would have found inspiration for TO MEET AT LOUISVILLE his pencil and the result would have been u picture that would not only have added to his fame but would have By Counties or clinched the Kentucky girls right to tho Mass Meeting ac- Â¬ Legislative Districts title of being the most beautiful and complished type of woman on earth After several exciting adventures the party arrived safely at Hawesvillo The DELEQATES trip was made in an hour and ten min- Â¬ TO SELECT THE utes RtlacnteTnnr 10o25c RaV4i npTAt Absolutely Hjre Bwa powptn eo Baking Powder QUIET WEDDINQ Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ritw york CUBAN TOBACCO Will be Raised In Breckenridge ty This Year Coun- Â¬ Will May and Alice Brown fladfl Alan and Wife Will May of Harned and Miss Alico Brown were united in marriage at tho home of the brides parents in this city lost Wednesday afternoon The wedding was a quiet affair only the immediate relatives of the contract- Â¬ ing parties being present After the ceremony tho bridal couple went to Harned where they will make their future home Uowcln Wlfh CunciroU Candy Cnthnrllc euro constipation foreior If G C O full druggists refund money Therell Be n One of tho largest land deals made in Meade county in rtcent years took place there last Tuesday when Cal Hendricks sold his three hundred acre farm for 7 750 to Wm Eauketr Sr of Gaston One hundred acres of the land transferred is conceded to be the richest soil between Lee Cunningham Killed While Brandenburg and Louisville The re- Â¬ Skidding Logs mainder is up land bottom Mr Hendricks and family are con Â¬ templating going to Texas to make that Was a f i eminent Young Grayson state their future home CRUSHED TO DEATH County Farmer WILL BUILD John A Heaton to Erect a Handsome farmer Residence John A Heaton the popular member Willis pur baee of the firm of Heaton ed a lot on the corner oj Second and Oak Haynes streets last week from Short Tho price paid was 250 Mr Heaton intends to build a handsome residenco on the lot The work of Â¬ Lee Cunninghama prominent young of the Tousey neighborhood in Grayson county met with an untimely deithin in unusual manner Monday He was skidding saw logs when two of them turned in such a way that he fell between and was crushed to death A SURPRISE construction will probably begin as soon aa the weather becomes favorable Will Smith Married to a Iloosier Girl Monday Will Smith now a resident of Owens boro where he is connected with the Building Notes From Thriving Irv cellulose company but formerly a eltln of Holt was married Monday to Miss Ington Martha McLaughlin of Booneville Ind at the home of the bride His marriage From present indications Irvington is will be quitea surprise to nis friends to have another building boom this year here A B Coleman is preparing to erect a new residence in the upper end of town TOTAL LOSS It will probably be completed by May 1 Miss Ermine Munf ird expects to have Residence Near Stephensport Burned a pretty cottage erected on the site of to the Qround their former elegant home which was destroyed by fire The cottage will The residence near Stephensport probably be completed in a few months occu- Â¬ Brinloy owned by Mrs KEEPS ON QROWINQ Bettie and pied by Scott Bell burned Tuesday March 7 The fire originated from a B F of Wm Bewley All household goods purchased th Iatters farm defective flue Baskett has with the exception of some bedding near Quston and will move from Ash craft to his new possession in the- - near were lost No insurance Bought a Farm son-in-la- w Tho dread cerebro spinal meningitis or spotted fever as it is sometimes called has claimed a victim in this county Jtsse tho nine year old son of Ezra Heres Where Old Satan Gets His and Susan Carman of Custer died Jan Tail Cut Off 28th of cerebro spinal meningitis after an illness oi five dayB He was a very intelligent boy for his Sam Jones to Preach at the Camp age and his death was a severe blow to fleeting his parents who have the sympathy of all The methodistB are going to make it hot for old Satan in this county next dastrlc Fevers Fatal Work Willie Anderson the fivo year old son summer Thoy are going to have a genuine old of Mr and Mrs Charles Anderson of fashion camp meeting at Cool Spring Gustc n died Sunday March 13 at 330 p m of gastric fever with brain compli- Â¬ near Hardinsburg Arrangements are now being made to cations after a few days illness clear tho grove and to erect suitable The funeral took place Monday The remains were interred in the family buildings Sam Jones will preach day and night cemetery near the Anderson home for a week Â¬ The bereaved family haye the sympathies of the whole community REBEL VETERANS Deatii of n Gallant Soldier R H Brash ear formerly one of the Two Held a Reunion Here Last non day leading druegists at Owensboro died in that city Monday morning of general de- Â¬ bility He was 53 years o age B F DiTarnette of Hancock county The deceased was a native of Branden- Â¬ and Captain English of this city held a burg where his funeral took place yes- Â¬ reunion Monday Both served intbe terday He was an ex Confederate sol- Â¬ same command in the confederate army dier serving under Stonewall Jackson during the war and this is the second until he lost a leg and was taken prison- Â¬ time they have seen each other since er the cessation of hostilities They enjoy Â¬ On being exchanged and fitted with an ed the day fighting their battles over artificial limb he entered the cavalry and in reviewing the stirring events that hinder Lee and served until the surren transpired during their young manhood der at Appomattox Although the two veteraus are past their fiftieth milestones they possess vigorous constitutions and haye vitality enough Died While Visiting Â¬ Mrs Laura Kurtz Kinkead wife of left to assure them of having another reunion a quarter of a century hence Mr James A Kinkead of Elizabeth town Ky died March 8 at the home of BIO UNDERTAKING Mr Frank Parepoint near Cecilian Ky where she had been visiting She was a But a Former Breckenridge Boy was noble woman a true wife a loving and Equal to it devoted mother aud an earnest member Sho was buried of the Baptist church Geo Paul son of Geo P Paul of in the Elizabcthtown cemetery Bewleyuille left Breckenridge county and went to Clinton Mo fourteen years ago He learned the blacksmith SIXTEEN TO ONE trade under his father and set himself An Ear of Corn That Was a up in business in bis Jnew homo On last Tuesday he established bis claims to Hoodoo being a master workman by shoeing a Fordsvilles curiosity shop is located carload of mules twenty two head for in the mammoth store conducted by Moore Bros This in itself was a big John T Smith Jr days work but he also found time to He has a museum that is filled with a shoe three horses for the same firm world of queer things Hia nioBt valued freak however is an emblematic ear of corn It represents the 10 to 1 idea The center ear of the corn is a golden color and it is surrounded with a cluster of 16 ears of white corn It was raised in 180G by a freo silver Democrat who swore by his whiskers Arrested in Hardin County for that it was a sign that Bryan would be Burglary elected Wben tho result of the election be Â¬ came known Its owner regarded it as a Claims Hes Kin to the Rebel Chlef tlan boodoo and he gave it to Mr Smith who now has it on exhibition at his store A cousin of Aguinaldo tho rebel chief This is a true story though the report- Â¬ of tho Phillipines Is under arrest at er may have been a little color blind ElizabeUitown for burglary at Glendale when he described the color of the ears His name is James E Vanderberry of corn tha make up this queer freak He is charged alias James Hawkins with breaking into Stewarts and Sand Â¬ ers store ENTERPRISE Ho claims he was born at Cavito Isle A Big Cincinnutii Firm Gives un de Luzon and is a cousin of Aguinaldo VERILY VERILY Fine Animal At tho sale at Irvington last week QUARTERLY MEETINQ G N Lyddans handsome stallion Squir- Â¬ At a meeting hold by the Democratic rel Denmark 515 was ou exhibition aud Religious Notes Concerning Metho- Â¬ State Executive Committee in the city attracted great attention He is a mag Â¬ dist Brethren of Lexington on March 8 1899 it was nificent animal gifted with every good point a horse sbould have and the farm Â¬ ordered that a State Convention be held Rev T V Joiner announces that the in the city of Louisville ou Wednesday ers are to bo congratulated on having so quarterly meeting will take place next June 21 1810 for the purpose of nomi Â¬ fine an animal to improve their horse Saturday and Sunday and requests a full nating Democratic candidates for Mate stock with attendance oilices to be voted for on November 7 He is now conducilng a series of Another Happy flan lbJl Said convention shall hi called to Geo A Wilson who conducts the meetings at Livermore and sas they are 11 oclock a m order at growing in interest Delegates to said State Convention local transferline is one of tho happiest men in the city Cause why Well he shall be chosen at county mass conven- Â¬ You can be cheerful and happy only tions to be held at tho various couuty and his good wife have another lusty when you are well If you feel out of courthouses in counties having but one boy at their homo Arrived Saturday sorts take HERUINE it will brace you legislative district of which duo notice Congratulations up Price 60 cents A R Fisher shall be given by the various county With The Southern chairmen In counties having more Large Crowd Expected O R Tousey is now connected with than one legislative district there shall be a convention for each legislative dis- the Southern Railroad at Louisville It is expected that there will be a trict to be beldat some convenient He is working in the capacity of bill large crowd in attendance at the sale at Mrs C W Hendricks Thursday March point to be indicated by the chairman clerk in the freight department 23 at Long Branch of the Legislative District Committee J Sheer Sedalla Mo conductor on who shall ndvert iso in the local papers Fell From a Horse the location for said convention at least electric Btreet car line wiites that nis little daughter was very low with croup Samuel Walls the little son of Dan ten dajH prior to the date fixed by this St id county and legislative and her life saved after all physicians Walls who lives near Webster fell from committee The accident resulted district conventions shall be held at 2 had failed only by using One Minute a horse Saturday Havnes in a fractured arm oclock p in standard time on Juue 17 Cough Cure Short 1819 Said conventions shall bd called to order by the chairmen of the respective county or legislative district com Â¬ 15 mittees The basis of representation of each You will now seek a good investment for vour savins The best known county to the said State Convention shall investment is improved Real Estate Secure your ground and write to bo one delegate for each 200 votes and fraction consisting of one hundred or more votes coat for the head of the Democratic electoral ticket at the presi dential election in 1890 provided that each county shall have at least one dele Â¬ gate vote ETCm All known Dentocrats and others who supported W J Bryan for President Long Distance Telephone 494 and those who pledge themselves to sup- Â¬ port the nominees of said convention shall be entitled to participate in the county or legislative district conventions P P Johnston Chairman Owkn Gocuran Secretary Â¬ Â¬ a Hot Time lu the Old Town June 21st Louis Ashley one of the most piogres ive tobacco planters in the county will experiment this year with a species of Cuban tobacco on his farm near Glen deane He procured the seed direct from Cuba and expects to put n fancy article on the market next year Tte Vr Over Â¬ COMPANY P J for WILLLUMBER PRICES ON LOUISVILLE SHINGLES DOORS SASH BUNDSf KY ATTENTION FARMERS future Bought a Home Jesse VVeatherhclt purchased a house on Sycamore street from Short Haynes for 350 He will move into it as soon as the weather gets settled Another House Sam Bishop section foreman on the Henderson Route has purchased the vacant lot near tne depot belonging to sample package of choice seeds 1 00 D H Severs He will build at once worth of Coupons and full particulars Send No Money Any reader of this paper can secure their choice of a Sterling Silver Bracelet a good Watch or a Solid Gold Ring with a Genuine Diamond Setting by dis tributing Flower Seed Coupons among Bond their ftieuds and acquaintances your name and address with 2c Btamp to the American Seed Co 335 Broadway N Y today and you will receive a Â¬ Hopkinsvlllc Convention Dempsey was unanimously nominated commissioner by the Democratic Kail road Commission Convention that met at Hopkinsville last Friday In the election of the officers of the convention tho Goebelites went up against Hardin buzz saw and were badly hurt as all the officers elected were Hardin men Col D It Murray of this city who represented Breckenridge and held the proxy of Hancock county was named as chairman of the committe on resolutions The convention rtaiilrmed the Chicago Remember we are always in the lead with lowest prices and have the largest stock of Northern White Oats Northern Black Oats Timothy Red Top Clover and Blue Grass flay Build FERTILIZERS A Car Load of Tobacco and Corn Grower Glarenre Keith has purchased a lot on the hill from Richard Witt It is rumored he will build a houso on it as Boon as the weather will permit - Deal In Dirt Z T Cox of Â¬ NEARLY DROWNED A Drummer and Driver Make a AGUINALDOS COUSIN platfjrm The results of au oyer indulgence in drink are promptly ratified with- Â¬ out pain or discomfort by taking a few doses of HEHUINE Price 50 cents A food or purchased 47 acres of land near that placo from Leek Oraycrott Consideration 800 Ekron It Fisher To Locate a Factory R II Btashear ex Mayor oi Gas City Ind was a passenger on tho up train Monday He is looking up a location in this section for a factory that is moved from Indiana to Kentucky Not oue child dies where ten formerly died from croup People have learned the value of One Minute Cough Curo aud use it for severe lung and throat troubles It Immediately stops coughing It never fails Short Haynes Narrow Escape Evil Dispositions Are Early Shown V Just so evil f Lose Their Horses and Rig in a len Stream Swol- Â¬ in the Stood 1 comes out in shape of scrof ula pimples etc in children In crossing a bridgo over a swollen and young people Tdken in creekr the horses attached to the vehicle time it can Be eradicated by in which they wore riding ran off the using Hoods Sarsaparilla bridge into the flooded stream By heroic etforts Edmonds and the Exhibition of Tall In older people the aftermath driver managed to save their liyea Hustling of irregular living shows it- Â¬ The rig was lost and the horses were John T Ditto who represents the self in bilious conditions a drowned Cap Com Kahn Feltenheimer Hat heavy head a foul mouth Give me a liver regulator and I can pony at Cincinnati writes that his firm regulate the wprld said a genius The has recovered from tho recent fire that a general bad feeling druggist handed him a bottlo of Da Witts friends which is tho real cause Purify Little Early Risers the famous little that with Hoods Sarsaparilla and pills Short Haynes happiness will reign In your family Sunday School Workers Wood POMton l Ured in a bed of ore We desire that the funds raised by the for years owing to blood poisoning that fol money barrels distributed sometime lowed small pox It broke out all over my go for the purpose of a collection for body Itching Intensely Tried doctors and hospitals In vain I tried Hoods Bareapv the State Sunday school work be sent in rllla It helped I kept at It and was enÂ¬ at once by the jBt of April anyway tirely cured I could go on the houietopi Please attend to this If you have not Has J T Wiixuk and sbout about It made your collection try to do so by 1st Carbondnle JPa Send funds to My baby at two of May and report ftcrofubt tOTM months had scrofula soreavn cheek and Cunt P Hook arm luteal applications and physicians Cor Seoy and Treai KicVrie did little or no good Hoods Bar saparllla eured him permanently He U Hardtnsburjr Ky Mas now low with smooth air kin Del 8 8 Werar lfralioa To be Rmwm4 It k rumored that the branch passen Â¬ ger trala hu only been pulled off tem Â¬ porarily and that lb will be resumed a Looa a the roadbed U put In flnt cltta BoalsrUU Jeoadttloa A drummer named Edmonds repre- Â¬ senting the Ouerbacker Gilmore Co of Louisville and his companion a driver made a narrow escape from drowning near Concordia Monday Oliver and Corn Planters both check rowers and one horse drills Browns and Moline Parallel Steel Beam Cultivators both riding and walking One horse Five Tooth Cultivators One and Two horse Tooth and Disk Harrows McCormick Binders and Mowers and Steel Hay Rakes Stalk Cutters and Sulky Plows In fact Anything in the Implement Line REPAIRS FOR ALL KINDS OF HARVESTING MACHINERY Do not put off what you wish in Kepairs Give us your order so when you need the machine it will be ready to go IMPLEMENTS Chill Plows of Every Description Fine Fishing Col It is the blood the impure blood Â¬ - mAwPm Wash Holt is now located at Ho writes the News Florida that the ffching is wonderful down there ADDITIONAL LOCAL Look for a big crop of fhh stories when Mrs Gus Gibson spent Sunday at he comes home Sample BLOOD CURE SENT FREE Oscar French Union Star was In the city Tuesday A Cure for Blood and Skin Diseases Ecze- Â¬ Logan Pate Hardinsburg was hee ma Pimples Scrofula Blood Poison destroyed its stock yesterday on business Cancer Eto Ihisisonu of the largest hat houses Miss Mary Ryan is enjoying the If you hare tried trnp arillai patent modi- lu the country and does an immense doctored aiufeamll have old penutcnt U has restocked with au abso possession of a handsome new bicycle clues and business sorei pimples dnirestinK eruption ot tha illn rma or Ick itching MntaUon Irritatlpg akin Eugene Vest and mother Mrs Wm of headwear and eyerj lutely new line troublci enema tcrofiila ulceri coniagwu blood Vest are expected home from Florida oiion fever torei mercurial rheumaitun caurrb thing is strictly bollf Licecoveiai with llltlo tott cancer or any It has only been a few weeks since today blood taint tben giro 11 U 11 atrial becaule if ii made for juit auch llotanlc from Rocky II 11 and It Wood Bat cured Tho communication the tire occurred and this rapid work thota stubborn cam curei to itay Bpcaks volumes for tho firms enorglts Branch was left out this week on blood diteaiei that other milder edtclne tail even All boenamol trouble are evidence benefit to account of lack of space and enterprise of bad diieated blood in the body and 111111 curea becuuM it forces all tha poleon or Impurity or Its large list oi customers in this sec blood humors out of the body bones and entire For a quick remedy and one that is tem To rtmdye all doubt of Its power to curt sys we lion will be glad to hear that His able sample boltle of Â¬ perfectly safe for children let us recom- offer to end to any suffierIIa Is an old well 11 II lu fid all order promptly II II D absolutely free tried mend One Minute Cough Cure It Is remedy hence wo knowIIthat Itcuics o stay cured 7 II II years ago by well the pcn la excellent for croup hoarseness tickling for day and freecured all blood unputlttta are Broke the Record from to A Hay Â¬ Short Canoer Bleeding Eating Sores The largeat rnonoy prder business ever In tha throat and coutihs Cancer ot Note lip tire ear or neck external transacted in the history of the locul nes or internal oncer bleeding eating sores are all Very Low cuied by II H U tha most powerful blood puri Â¬ post filco wae done Tuesday p lost week fier made All druggists sell 11 U U at It per when fifteen money orders were received Will Board a most respected resideut IsrgebotUe for trial bottle send two stamps to pay pouage and a sampebutt anf II U II wQl anil tout ou The largest nuniber eyr of the Rosetta peJghbQrhwil is very low be sent by return mail Addrese UIOOD BALK recorded on any previous day in the his wltb heavt dropsy Jle is uot expected CQ in Mitchell St Atlanta Oa Describe your symptoms and fro personal medical advice will ba tory of tha o81c was fifteen to live llvao Naples Â¬ QUARTER LEATHER TOP BUGGY A BEAUTY 5 Other Jobs BUGGIES Surreys Etc 40 It will and a beauty pay you Each a bargain Dont fail to come and look before buying - Tobacco Canvas lc yard and up ADDISON Did v IK ADDISON KENTUCKY 1 TtT SXaSeX8iG SKSKSJ FOR THE CURIOUS m m 5 j The News lp to Date j 5 Admiral bohley lias been Riven a tion vaca- Â¬ r STOP LOOK AND LISTEN 1 n Things Out o The Ordinary Found in Brcckcnridgc County RiXSXsyScSSXSKsXSilxSXay Haisaiies aro mado from horto llesh in New York city A gold nugget weighing 20 waa found in Australia WE SELL FOR GASH A CELESTIAL TRAHP ia in Persons who eaw tho meteor that flash ed through tho Leaver a Monday night a week ago can go to Fishers drug store and seo what it looks like when cooled off Tho meteor on exhibition at the store waa thrown up by an eruption of a vol It was cano on some other planet thrown so high that it went outsldo the radiua of gravitation and became a celestial tramp until It came closo enough to the earth to bo attracted to it by the force of gravitation The meteoric stone la composed ot nickel Iron and cobalt and was at a It white heat when it struck the earth waa very much like a bubble and the air inside made it hollow It Is about 18 inches long and 10 inches wide and weighed 12 pounds It waa found In the gravel pit at Skillman 50 feet below the surface of the earth showing the fearful velocity it had attained In its travels In cooling oil the meteorite cracked and the crevices in it are clearly defined The outside ia oxydizsd by exposure to the elements Â¬ Toll Line Director troops at Ho Ilo will retire on account of 9 age General Anderson a Kontucklan Tho Harrison Toll Line company has A hive of bees sent by mail is now in olected directors and officers for the en the postofllco department nt Washing Â¬ is to succeed him J W ton 9 Buing year Cooper Slaughter is presi Â¬ BEADS FROM CHRISTS TOA1B John and Julius Haa aged 0 and 11 of Fordsyille vice dent J D Bead necklaces are once more In style Troops are being lecruited for our en- Â¬ years respectively held up three men Senator Lindsay denies that he ia go- Â¬ president Ike 0 Adair of Fordsville The young ladles of this town have been larged army which will consist of 02000 and a woman in Chicago Thursday ing to New York to locate and practice treasurer and II K Cole secretary They were arrested ransacking their homes to find necklaces men law when his torm in the Senate is out Jamea H Parrlsh and John J Mcllenry of O ffensboro are also directors that were worn by tho mothers or grand Â¬ Wm Noble of New York has beat the mothers in past generations and tho one Austin Bidwell who Swindled tho Congrecaman Walter Evans of Ex 1074- Poisonous Clover who finds the most antique specimen of Bank of England out of 5000000 Is bankruptcy record Liabilities LoyiUe hrt8 Deen app5ted to succeed I MO Assets nothing One hundred and Judge John W Ban- - as District Judge bead necklace ia much envied by her dead Mr Noble Bean living near Sulphur IN REGULAR ORDER seventy five creditors sisters Miss Margaret Bowmer la the Springs Ohio county turned eight head for Kentucky According to a communication sent to proud poesessor of a necklace with a his of cattle into a field to graze last fall and The United Statea government haa Mrs Cody who tried to get jjomo of The appointment of ex Secretary Gray the whole herd became sick and died tbia office by Itov J T Lewla of Irving tory Tho beads are mado of mother of mado n gift of t000000 to the Cuban tho Gould millions by declaring she was of Delaware to a United States Judge- says the Herald He could not fix the ton the family of Mrses Bell observed pearl and are beautiful in the extreme army Jay Goulds deserted wife lias been ship is held back by the President in cause of their death but lately turned cradle to They were brought to this country by the sequence of things from tho the hope that by some hook or crook ho two head of cattle into the same field Webb Feller a 10 year old Indianapo- Â¬ found guilty of blackmail the urave Moses Dell moved here from Chief Justice Joseph Holt from the may be again elected Senator by the and they also died He now thinks the Mercer county Ills family consisted of Holy land and tho fact that they lay on lis boy has died from the effects of vac- Â¬ The Czar is pouring thousands of Rus- Â¬ Delaware Legislature which is now bad- Â¬ trouble was caused by somo poisonous children Harriett Bell V H Bell tho Holy Seplecburegivea them addition- Â¬ cination four sian soldiers into Port Arthur and Talien ly torn up Elizabeth Bell and N P Bell All had al value in the eyes of their possessor weed or plant which th cattle ate understanding when They were brought to this country in The Eiupresa of China ia making up Wan China Thirteen townships are in reached the ages of The Joneses are doing very well lately they became members of tho Baptist 184J her mind to chop off the bead of her son rebellion against tho Russians How to Find Out fn in official life In the Senate of the church They joiued the church in tho the Emperor Maybrick the American woman United States we have Jas K of Arkan Mrs a Dottlo or common glass with your fJ order of their seniority tho oldest affiliaFATE OF AN EARLY SNAKE Â¬ who water and let it stand twenty four hours ting first nnd they youngest lust They Schlatter tho diviuo healer made a sentenced to life imprisonment in Lon sas and John P Jone8jof lfavJj Henry Duncan has tho reputation of bold tul u Beats until March 1003 In a sediment or settling indicates an un- Â¬ married in the order of their seniority dismal failure before a New York audi- Â¬ don for alleged murder of her husband being one of the most truthful in on in the present house of representatives we healthy condition of tho kidneys if it Is to be transferred to a convent with the exception of the oldest om ence Friday night have W A Jones of Virginia who suc- Â¬ stains your linen it is evidence of kidney this community and what ho says can be Elizabeth who was engaged when she Thevfijcnrader family of Whitloy coun- - ceeds himself in the next congress and trouble too frequent desire to poes it or depended on On Eriday he waB riding died The deaths of the children of the Ralph Sutler n New Jersey man com out the piko and when he reached a mitted suicide because his pain in the back is also convincing proof was Bell family occurred In the order of their daught that the kidneys and bladder are out of passed awny first point a little beyond tho distillery he saw arrested for stealing seniority Harriet a snake in the road He got out and order W II Bell next and Elizabeth last N killed the reptile which was about WHAXTO DO A tsctc company with 10000000 cap P Bell the youngest member of the five inches long Horry did not ital is being formed for investments There is comfort in the knowledge so family survives them all Ho lives near twenty in ntnn nt thn iliRlillnrv nnd wan ilnh aljoer often expressed that Dr Kilmers Hardinsburg and is a most consistent the Phillipiuo islands mm h Himut hub Swamp Root the great kidney remedy ivia itriK2aLvriutt Va Xnvc Itotholi baptist nirabait been killed as early as the 10th of March fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism Two hundred negroes are leaving Ok- Â¬ church in this vicinity Mr Duncan also men- Â¬ lahoma for settlement in the negro re- Â¬ pain in the back kidney liver bladder Forty Three Murders in Seventy Two Years and Only tions having seen crawflBh swimming in public of and every part of the urinary passages Liberia in Africa A UNIQUE CANE Three Hangings the creek at Ilites Run and only n few It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects Tho most unique cane owned by any days ago the temperature was down at Xs 3 England will inveBt about 00000000 man in this section of the Ohio Valley zero following use of liquor wine or beer and Veas3la to tho tonnago in warships The Hartford Herald in last weeks is- Â¬ Davia killed another darkey Potts killed overcomes that unpleasant necessity of of 600000 tona will be added you go back on mo Ill show you whnt sue published the following list of homi- Â¬ Axton Burges killed Harris Matthews bdng compelled to go often during the Ill do As he turned the weapon to A gang of white caps in Sevier county cides which have taken place in Ohio killed Duncan Herriel killed Stephens day and get up many times during the Â¬ his breast it went off and he went with Tennessee called a man out and stabbed county in the past seventy two years or Gammon killed Barnes Tilford killed night The mild and extraordinary efit thus reduciug the numher of fools by fect of Swamp Root is Boon realized It Shultz young Mosely killed Morgan since Irvin killed Maxwell him to death the other night one Irvin killed Maxwell Hart killed Render killed Walker Smith killed stands the highest for its wonderful cures 9 o 9 Vl Aguinaldo the rebel chief is suing Kiucheloe Griffin killed Hart Allen Franklin Haden killed Logan Kng of the most distressing cases If you Adam Itupp Sr was divorced from need a medicine you should have the killed Bowles Greenwood killed Harri- killed Casehier James Gordon was drowned in Frank Â¬ his wife at Evunsville eight years ago the Shanghai and Hong Kong bank for The list represents forty three killings bfst At drugulsts fifty cents or ono son Gibson killed Goodman Chapman lin county while going with a friend for JlOSOOO principal nnd interest Both married a second time and their killed Tumor Wright killed HaydeD and perhaps there may be one or two dollar his marriage license partners to the Becond marriages died You may have a sample bottle and a o Thirteen men were seriously burned Harris killed Brown Wolf killed Kin omitted as it is impossible to bo abso- book They had a son who pleaded with them that tells more about it both Bent cade Haskins killed Stevens Muir killed lutely exact in the matter Several George Boyton of Newburg Iud cut to remarry His eloquence won and and two killed by a gas explosion in a More killings have taken place in Ohio county absolutely free by mail if you send your Armstrong killed in his arm and bled to death he- Steirsman a vein Pottsville Pa coal mine Thursday they are one again Co Bingham Shields killed Hocker Maxwell killed in which the identity of the slayer was adures to lit Kilmer cause his wife had sued for divorce Smith Hobdy killed Likens Poyton not absolutely established for instance ton N Y When writing be sure and Paymaster Clark of the army who Marvels ot a Graphophone killed Houston Fraze killed Gossett the murder of negro Ben Carter but mention that you read this generous of- Â¬ Falling to kill his wife who made a Ono of the wonders of the end of the haa returned from Manila says we will Miller killed Howard Greer killed Kelly these are not included in the above list fer in the Brkckbnridok News most remarkable escape Jas Olaney of century in the homo Graphophonc that have many years of war in the Ihilipines Woodward killed Clipper Emery killed In the case where Shields killed HockLewiston III blow his worthless brains will reproduce any kind of music or any HORRIBLE DEATH Morris Kuykendall killed Awtry Fra er the murderer obtained a change of nut Halligau the Chicago man who offered One can arrango a full program sound o zier killed Kuykendall Carter whipped venue to Grayson county and was tried of the most attractivo band orchestral or 1500000 to the Kentucky University Robert Harris a bachelor of 80 was Block of Wood Crushes an Ohio Coun- Â¬ has not a dollar in the world and is a little girl to death Elmore killed Owen at Leltchfield convicted and hanged vocal music and vary it every ovening Out of the long list of forty three Tlchenor killed Curtley Austin killed married at La Porte Ind to Mihh Blanch ty flans Head On the Graphophone one can record the crazy Barnard Burna killed Jackson Jamea homicides only three paid the usual for- Â¬ Smith 70 They had been sweethearts human voice orany sound and reproduce for 60 years Ania Wcornel a young man 18 years The city of Mexico h to have a new killed Valentine Dexter killed Sadder feit by being legally hanged it at once You can keep the voices of o your friends to he heard whenever you sewerage system It will completed in old was struck and killed by a block of While discussing theirmarriage which wish Graphophones mado for home thirty months and 1 600 men will be em- ty Ind consisting of five persons was William O Jones of the State of Wash- Â¬ wood while working at Koppa stave fac- Â¬ was to occur in a few days A J Comer entertainment can be bought as low as wiped out in twenty four hours Grip ington who is succeeded by another tory near Jingo Ohio county last Thurs- Â¬ 10 for catalogii3 30 to the ployed Writ said to his sweetheart nt Martinsburg Jones whose initials are W L The day He was running a jointer saw and Phonograph Co No 010 and a horses kick did the work Columbia If Pennsylvania Ave Washington I O W Va as ho pulled out a revolver present Jones is a populist The next a block that was thrown from the equal- Â¬ General Miller who is in charge of tho Dan W Jones izing saw caught on tho belt and waa Alexander McDonald the Klondike Jones is a Republican King one of ihe wealthiest inon in the is governor of Arkansas J H Jones ia hurled against biro with such force that world is at Now York He advises lieutenant governor of Mississippi A ho only lived a few minutes after being W Jones is lieutenantgovernor of Ohio struck healthy young men to go to Alaska Hartford Herald F L Jones is superintendent of instruc- Â¬ Detectives who searched Louisville to tion in Indiana and W D Jones is If your child is cross or peevish it is find n boy who is a nephew of Tom attorney general of Nevada no doubt troubled worms with Johnson and who inherits a big fortune WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE will haye found hm and his mother ut Young Mr Bally of Texas who waa remoye the worms and its tonic eflect Knoxville Tenn He is red headed Price the Demooratto leader in tho last Con restore its natural cheerfulness gress BayB lie will not be a candidate for 25 cents A R Fisher The Princess deOhimay an American the nomination for speaker Either Col and the wickedest woman in Europe Bankhead of Alabama Jas D Richard- of has secured a divorce from Rigo her eon of Tennessee or Judge DsArmond gypsy husband with whom she eloped of Missouri will lead the Democratic mi- Â¬ after deserting the Frlnce de Ohimay nority in the next Congress tho possession of Mr II Coomea who occupies the beautiful Holt farm abovo tbia city The cane came from Mexico and waa a presont to Mr Coomea from Wash Holt It ia mado o the water sprout of a cofleo treo and waa carved by hand by a Mexican wood carv- Â¬ er The design is peculiarly Mexican It represents a giant rattlo snake Tho scales are perfectly marked tho coloring being that of the natural wood and the effect Is startlingly realistic The head of the rano is carved to represent tho symbolic calendar atone of tho Aztecs It shows the sun burst that waa a object of worship in tho valley of the Orizaba and It alsa contains tho Aztec heirogly phica It is altogether a most unique souvonir from tho land of Poro Tiempo and one that Mr Coomes priz B very much pound England ia sending nil her available warships to Chinese waters Oklahoma women expect to paea a suffrage bill in tho legislature Deweys health is said to be breaking and he may bo ordered home A great many people are suflririrg for want of focfd in the Alaska gold fields We would rather sell a large quantity of goods at a Small Profit than a small quantity at large profits Our method of doing business saves money to the customer t TMe Eclipse Grocery Company t W BEARDS m G- - OLD STAND HARDINSBURG- - KY Tho imports of Hawaii have increased from 5080257 in 1807 to 7300500 In 18 18 political oqsip I CMJTMG IS TO THE MAN WHAT CUTTING IS TO THE DIAMOND Â¬ The man in rags may be as good as one in broadcloth but somehow the world does not Vihuk so Ho is the rough diamond of humanity Tvhilo his less deserving but better dressed neighbor liko a cut diamond is appreciated and admired Â¬ OUR SS5CsX53s OHIO COUNTY KILLINGS 5 and 7 SUITS Are Wonderful Bargains OVERCOATS At your own price ONE LOT rTrrVr v999 Matrimonial j Matters 999v ODD VESTS Fine Goods your choice 50c We have a large line of Â¬ ODD PANTS which you can buy now- - t half price at Â¬ Mens Jeans Pants The 1 OOkind only at 75c- - MEL Â¬ sWkVWr4 Everything RrftiirlnnVmrcre- II TTw J Whats the News Â¬ thats good in LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE INSURANCE Furnished by The next time you are asked this question tell your friend tha Brown of Irvington has adopted the Cash System of doing business GEORGE II CASPERKE Jowelry nnd Insurance Â¬ BRANDENBURG KEKTUOKY and that the following list of low prices are only samples saving values marked on goods at his store the money XSli - 8 bUJVlti DeWitt Talmage has resigned from the The Democratic State committees met pastorate of tho First Presbyterian church at Washington and will occupy at lexiugton at noon last Wednesday Embroidery Swiss and Ham Irish Potatoes Now Early Rose Wash Boards 10c 13c 22o and his time with general religious work and elected Ollle James a Stone man of burg H to 35c per yd for seeding and eating purposes 29o Crittenden county to succeed Senator Ho will coutiuuehia newspaper eermonB 2 Pie Pans for 5c A beautiful lino of Silks cheaper Yellow Danvers and Silver Skin Uoebel as member for the state at large Jelly Cake Pans 4c than over before Onion Sets While Postmaster Koch of Wood mere The committee fixed June 21st as the day Canned Goods N Y slept burglars Btolo the safe for the Democratic State Convention and 8 bars Dandy Soap for 5o Kraut Louisville as the place of meeting weighing COO pounds from the office String Beans 24 oz bar of Soap for 5c They took it 300 yards away blew it All Wool 8150 5 iffi60 750 Corn open with dynamite and stole 400 He and 950 And whats best is A sensational meeting occurred at Tomatoes slept on thoy are all the latost spring styles Lexington Wednesday between Col Jack Hominy China and Senator Ohas J Btouston in Peas DipporH 2 quart for 4c Nico lino of Now Prints at 4o Ralph Roe a tramp who bears the which hot words passed and a tragedy Pumpkins and Buckets G quart for 4o per yd worth 5o of the Hoboes won by title of King narrowly averted and only prevented by Condensed Milk Buckets 8 quart for 10c riding from New York to Ban Francisco the prompt interference of mutual Buckets 12 quart for 13c inside tho cowcatcher pf an engine Is friends Col Chlnn who was the Coffee Boilers 2 quart for 9o forming a tramps union at Chicago He All Wool 8200 8224 8248 agresaor was put under a peace bond Coffee Boilers 3 quart for 13c calls it the Anti imperialistic League of 258 8398 and 8495 WANTED Cofleo Boilers 4 quart for 15c America Emmett Orr who has been ronominat 4 pint cups for 5o GARDEN SEED 8 Ferrys Chamber lain Cough Remedy od for Representative in Owen county Dish Pans 15o 19c 24c CroBsmane and Ricos best varie EQGS AND CHICKENS Fibre Water Buckets 25c ties This remedy is intended especially for may become a candidate for Speaker of South Trimble of FrankcougliB colds croup whooping cough the House and influenza It has become famous fort and Morgan Chlnn of Harrodaburg for Its cures of these diseases over a largo will also bo candidates for Speaker and part of tho civilized world The most Bennett Henderson of Princeton will be flattering testimonials bavo been receiv- Â¬ candidate if ho ia returned to the House ed giving accounts ol its good works Work of the Wind of the aggravating and presiatent coujiba Mr W L Bhullr ol near Prentls it haa cured of severe colds that have yielded promptly to its soothing effects Ohio county bad a fine barn blown aqd of the dangerous attacks of croup it down by last Friday nights atorm says He also bad a horse very has cured ofteu saving the life of the the Herald The extensive use of It for badly Crippled by the falling of tlmbora child whooping cough shows that it robs that from the barn Groen Gentry of color also lost a good barn to say nothing of disease ol all dangerous consequences amount of fencing Sold by A It FUher Oloverport and the incalculable KttULLELllUlNS Legfs- - Postmaster Wilson Recalls Brilliant Men of the lature of 71 and 12 NSSS33X Postmaster Jonas Wilson was in a re- mlneecent mood tho other day and speaking to a News reporter ho said The legislature of 71 and 72 contained some men whoso names will always be associated with history of the state of Kentucky It turned out some great men There was Oasslus M Clay Jr of Bourbon county After ho left tho legislature ho became a candidate for governor Wm uosklns oiHoyle coun ty acquired state wide fame at a sharp 1 w t Mens Suits Tinware Mens Pants J Â¬ Â¬ SST EX BARGAIN GENTER Brown KENTUCKY IRVINGTON county J Jd Wright a major under Weuerai liuoll represented tho fourth I ntnrrtot anil j 4nthn rM- - mu mill vvio i district of Louisville JasD McGreary who was speaker of the house at that session afterward became governor Ho represented Madison county J J Jtc Afee ol Mercer county was a very elo Â¬ quent man and waB a prominent figure iri politics In his district before he died JtanllusT Flippen of Monroe county became Circuit Judge in his district as did W L Reeves of Todd county Wm shrewd politician before he died It N Beckham of Nelson county was a Tarvin Baker of Campbell county waa well known politician and and waarelat a member of that stsilon and since then edtoMrs WyckllfT Moorman 6f this city Jas 8 Ohrlsman of Wayne coun Â¬ was a candidate for lieutenant governor Walter Eans represented Christian ty was a member of the Cpnfederate county He is now Judge of the United c ngrow before he entered the leglsla- States district court William Cassias ture One oLthe most promlpent figures Goodloe of Fayette county was a brill- Â¬ In that session was J O 8 Ria VKnVri iant man Ho was afterwards minister from Woodford ho Is now United Stated to China and was klllod In the Swope Senator and a man pf mora than ruiUSiiia Goodloe tragedy Harry T Todd of mine ueorgo M Thom tfenraented uraiKVF Franklin county waa warden o tho Taw la oniintu ah I w will penitontlary for quite a long term Geo Ian a candidate tor the lelutMESFl M Jessee noted ono of John Morgans governorship WmwawftiaQtaet- i-iWr7SI most dashing nnlois during the war of brilliant mo TT the rebellion represented Henry county cyunty and wWi mq vuu ii u ii -J- R A Hhellman StepheoBport blown down o alterwwrtwd jWOgRrOw E Polk Johnson D E Qacsaley and John S Carpenter repesented the first leading lawyew ef the UaHwlSUU second and third district U Jtiwaw fatoSKfo UleartWWjuao al MMMN WfftSBfimtHf0ttU w MWII w ssjV r- - 11 - iiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiij Hpy J Mil - I aHLC Ill Kcvolntlons a ieat se iMBBWMHiHnBBSBnMiwMBMvaMaaMaKBaHBaaBBBBBMMaHHB fVM LAST DAYS AT PATMOS lOtli Chapter Though mon scorn htm and his vision Though fools laugh In loud derision Btlll the dying saint at Patmos Saw tho things that were to bet Fohu saw Heavens strong Truth mounted On Its white horse while uncountod Souls of martyrs Buints and heroes J followed armed to make men free I Heavenly swords in thousands fl uied there Heavenly tongues aloud proclaimed there Truths that dash earths thrones to pieces Break the wrist bones of tho strong I Though their strength is Yet tne unseen hosts of hoavon To the ground nt last shall dash them Trampling down their hoary wrong t seven-fold-Bevo- n Loud lio heard them in his dreaming Ravens calling eagles Bcreamlng As truths armies rushed to battlo With the falsehood of the world Bray of trumpets horses neighing Slave chains rattling sharp swords slaying As earths blind and cruel despots From their tottering thrones wero hurled As that finning day was dawning Through the sinoke illled sky at morning All heavens heroes saints and martyrs In a vast procession swept j From each dark and noisome prison From each bloody grave arisen Armed came every saint and martyr Who to death his faith had kept 1 t Though we bow to wrong grown hoary Yet the flame of Heavens fierce glory llurns it ever and consumes it In the burning wrath of God And the proudest then shall cower When Heaven opens and truths power L Oleuched in Gods own mighty right hand v Stretches forth an iron rod I All tho skies at morn were darkened And the prophet as he hearkened Heard a dread and mighty angel From tho center of the Bun Calling earths dark host of ravens To their proy of knaveB and cravens T6 their prey of foots and tyrants Ere the work of truth be done I White tho horses were that boro them White their raiment and beforo them Plunged the white steed of their leader With his bared and fhmlng brand Every brand was bared and fhmirg Every clarion blared proclaiming That Heavens hosts had como to battlo With tho wrong in every land t 1 1 From truths fiercest flaming regions Thronging still is rushing legions All Heayens armies swept past Patmos On that red triumphant morn When Loves saint and propuot dying Ceased from pity and from sighing To proclaim his last dread vision Laughing tyranny to ecorn I thrust her head a little- way into the re times do stranger things than to act tho man as David Swan Had David formed and vowed that the young fellow magician and awaken a young man to a way side acquaintance with the daugh ter ho would have become the fathers looked charming In his sleep A torn splendor who fell asleep in poverty repeated tho clerk and all else In natural succession Shalt we awake him peranco locturer saw him and wrought So here again had good fortuno the poor David into tho toxturo of his even lady persuasively The coach is ready sir Bald tho ser best of fortune fltoton bo near that her ings discourse m an awful instance of garments brushed against htm and he dead drunkenness by tho road sido yaut behind The old couple started reddened and know nothing of tho matter But censure pralso merriment scorn Tho girl was hardly out of Bight when and indifference wore all one or rather and hurried away mutually wondering all nothing to David Swan He had that they should ever have dreamed of two men turned asldo beneath tho maple The shado Both had dark face- - Bet off by slept only a few momenta when a brown doing anything so very ridiculous carriage drawn by a handsome pair of merchant threw himself back in the cloth caps which wero drawn down horses bowled easily along and was carriage and occupied his mind witli tho aslant over thoir brows Their dresses brought to n stand still nearly in front of plan of a magnificent asylum for unfor- Â¬ wero shabby yet had a certain smart- Â¬ Meanwhile ness These wero a couple of rascals Davids renting place A linch pln had tunate men of business fallen out and permitted one of the David Swan enjoyed his nap who got their living by whatever tho The carriage had not gone above a devil sent them and now in tho interim wheels to alldo off Tho damage was mile or two when a pretty young nirl of other business had staked the joint b ight and occasioned merely a momen tary alarm to an elderly merchant and came along with a tripping pace which profits of their next piece of villainy on his wife who were returning to Boston showed precisely how her little heart a game of cards which was to have been While the coachman was dancing in her bosom Perhaps it decided here under tho trees But find in tho carriage and a servant were replacing tho wheel was this merry kind of motion that ing David asleep by the spring one of thTj rogues whispered to his fellow the lady and gentleman sheltered them caused is there any harm in Baying it her garter to slip its knot Conscious selves beneath the maple trees and Hist Do you see that bundlb under there espied the bubbling fountain and that tho silken girth if silk it were was his head David Swan asleep beside it Impressed relaxing its hold bIio turned aside into The other villain nodded winked and with the awe which the humblest sleep- the shelter of the maple trees and there leered er usually sheds around him tho mer- found a young man asleep by the spring Ill bet you a horn of brandy Baid chant trod as lightly as tho gout would Blushing as red as any rose that she tho first that the chap has either a allow and his spouse took good hevd should have intruded into a gentlemans pocket book or a snug little hoard of not to rustle her silk gown lest David bed chamber and for Buch a purpose small change stowed uway among his too she was about to make her escape shirts And if not there we shall find it should start up all of a sudden whispered on tiptoe But there was peril near the in his pantaloons pocket How soundly he Bleeps From what a depth sleeper A monBter of a bee had been said tho other tho old gentleman But ho w if he wakes he draws that easy breath Such sleep as wandering overhead buzz buzz buzz His companion thrust asido his waistnow among the leaves now flashing coat pointed to the handle of a dirk and that brought on without an opiate would be worth more to me than half through the strips of sunshine and now nodded So bo it my income for it would suppose health lost in tiie dark shade till finally he ap muttered tho second peared to be Bottling on the eyelid of villian and an untroubled mind They approached tho unconscious And youth besides said the lady David Swan The sting of a bee is someHealthy and quiet age does not sleep times deadly As free hearted as she David and while one pointed tho dagger thus Our slumber is no more like his was innocent the girl attacked tho in- toward his heart the other began to truder with her handkerchief brushed search the bundle beneath his head than our wakefulness The longer they looked the more did him soundly and drove him from be- Â¬ Their two faces grim wrinkled and tills elderly couple ieel interested in the neath the maple shade How sweet a ghastly with guilt and fear bent over unknown youth to whom the wayside picture This good deed accomplished their victim looking horrible enough to cees Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 Â¬ their way rejoicing In a few hours they had forgotten tho whole affair nor once imagined that the recording angol had written down the crime of murder against their souls in letters as durable as eternity Ab for David Swan he stilt slept quietly neither conscious of tho shadow of death when it hung over him nor of ttie glow of renewed life when that shadow was withdrawn Ho slept but no longer bo quietly aa at first An hours repose had snatched from hifl elastic frame the weariness with which many hours of toil had bur dened it Now tie Btirred now moved his lips without a sound now talked in an inward tone to tho noonday specters of his dream But a noise of wheels camo rattling louder and louder along the road until it dashe through the dispersing mist of Davids slumber Ho and there was the stage coach started up with all his ideas about him Halloo driyerl Take a passeng er7 shouted he Room on top answered the driver Up mounted David and bowled away merrily toward Boston without bo much as a parting glance at that fountain of He knew not dream like vicissitude that a phanton of Wealth had thrown a golden hue upon ita waters nor that ono of Love had sighed softly to their murmurnor that of Death had threatened crimson them with ids blood all in the Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ brief hour since ho lay down to sleep Sleeping or waking we hear not the airy fooUteps of the strange things that al most happen Does it not argue a sup- Â¬ erintending Providence that while view- Â¬ less and unexpected events thrust them- Â¬ selves continually athwart our path there should still be regularity enough in mortal life to render foresight oven partially available 1 IKe m w B CAN he Fnksy of Dvid wn rfAWTIIOBN Â¬ BY NATHANIEL but partially take him behind the counter Be it acquainted even with enough to say that ho was a native of the events which actu New Hampshire born of respectable par m ally ioflueuce our course ents and had received an ordinary IctiJr through life and our final school education with a classic finish by After destiny There are innum- Â¬ a year at Gilmanton Academy erable other events if such journeying on foot from sunrise till nearthey may be called which ly noon of a summer day his wtarlnees come close upon us yet and the increasing heat determined him pass away without actual rasults or even to sit down in the first convenient shade betraying their near approach by the re and await the coming of eome stage flectionof any light or shadow across our coach As if planted oa purpose for him minds Could we know all the vlcissl there soon appeared a little tuft of ma- Â¬ hides of our fortunes life would be too ples with a delightful recess in the full of hope and fear exultation or dia midst and buch a fresh bubbling spring appolntmen to afford us a single hour of that it seemed never to have sparkled true serenity This idea may be illus- for any wayfarer but David Swan Virtrated bya page from the secret history gin or npt he kissed it with his thirsty lips and then flung himself along the of David Swan We have nothing todc with David un- brink pillowing his head upon some til we find him at the ago of twenty on shirts and a pair of pantaloons tied up In the high road from his native place to a striped cotton hankerchief The sun Â¬ the city of Boston where his uncle a beams conld not reach him the dust email dealer in the grocery line was to did not yet rise from the road after tho Â¬ Â¬ heavy rain of yesterday and his grassy lair suited the young man better than a bed of down The spring murmured drowsily beside him the branches waved dreamily across the blue sky over head and a deep sleep perchance hid ing dreams within its depth fell upon David Swan But we are to relate events which he did not dream of While he lay sound asleep in the shade other people were wide awake and passed to and fro afoot on horse- and tho maple shade were as a secret chamber with the rich gloom of damask curtaiuB brooding over him Perceiving that a stray sunbeam glimmered down up n his face the lady contrived to twist a branch aside so as to intercept it And haying done this little act of kind- Â¬ ness she began to feel like a mother to him Providence seemed to have laid him hero whispered she to her husband and to have brought us hither to find him after our disappointment in our coubIus son Methinks I can see a our departed Henry Shall we waken him To what purpose Bald the mer- Â¬ chant hesitating We know nothing like-ness-- to 1 Â¬ Â¬ back and in all sorts of vehicles along the sunny road by his bed chamber Some looked neither to the rieht hand nor to the left and knew not that he was there some merely glanced that way without admlting the slumberer among their busy thoughts some laugh- Â¬ ed to see how soundly they slept and several whose hearts were brimming full of scorn ejected their yenomous superfluity on David Swan A middle aged widow when nobody else was near snap it out dog fashion say it firmly and respectfully Do not kick every one in your path Use your own brains rather than those of others Be observant and learn from the mis- Â¬ takes of others Have order system regularity and also promptness Do not meddle with a business you know nothing about No man can gut rich by sitting around stores and saloons A man of honor will respect his word aa he does his bond If you havo a place of business be found there when wanted More miles can be made In a day by going steadily than by occusional spuns aud steps Help others when you can but never give what you cannot afford to simply because it is fashonabie Honesty is the best policy both in business and morals and no one can Bucceed permanently without it witli quickened breath and a deeper blush she stole a glance at the youthful Btranger for whom eho had been battling with a dragon in the air He is handsome I thought sho and blushed redder yet How could it be that no dream of bliss grew so strong within him that shat- Â¬ tered by its very strength it should part asunder and allow him to perceive the Why at least girl among its phantoms did no smile of welcome brighten upon I his face Sho was come the maid whose soul accordinglng to tho old and beauti- Â¬ ful idea had been severed from his own and whom in all his vague but passion Â¬ ate desires he yearned to meet Her only could he love with a perfect love of the youths character him only could she receive into thu That open countenance replied his depth of her heart and now her imag wife in the same hushed voice yet was faintly blushing in the fountain by earnestly This Innocent sleep I his side should it pass away its happy While these whispers were passing luster would never gloam upon his lifo the aleepers heart did not throb nor his again breath become agitated nor his features murmnred How sound he sleeps betray the least token of interest Yet the girl Fortune was bending oyer him just She departed but did not trip along ready to let fall a burden of gold The the road so lightly as when sho came old merchant had lost his only son and Now the cirls father was a thriving had no heir to his wealth except a dis- Â¬ country merchant in the neighborhood tant relative with whose conduct he was and happened at that identical time to dissatisfied In such cases people some be looking out for just such a young 1 A Costly Shot be mistaken for fiends should he awake Brown is a good shot isnt he Nay had the villains glanced aside into Very good We were practicing with the spring even they would hardly havo known themselves as reflected there our guns out in the country the other But David Swan had never worn a more day and he hit the bulls eye the first tranquil aspect even when asleep on his time Very clever mothers breast Yes but he had to pay for the bull I muBt take away the bundle whisp Â¬ Harpers Weekly ered one If he Btirs Ill strike muttered the other But at this moment a doer scenting along the ground came in beneath the maple trees and gazed alternately at each of these wicked men and then at the quiet sleeper He then lapped out of the fountain We can Pshaw I said one villian do nothing now The dogs master must be close behind Lets take a drink and be off said BREATH -- BAD CANDY I have been using DANCABET1 nndct a mild anil effective laxatlTe they arc Imply won My daughter ami I were bothered with dorful lick stomach and our Iircath was very bad After taking a few doses of Cascareta wo have Improved wonderfully Thoy are a great help In tba family W1M1KLM1NA NAOEL 1177 lllttouliouso St Cincinnati Ohio the other The man with tho dagger thrust back the weapon into his bosom and drew forth a pocket pistol but not of that kind which kills by a single discharge It was a flask of liquor with a block tin tumbler screwed upon the mouth Each drank a comfortable dram and left the spot with bo many jests and such laugh- Â¬ ter at their unaccomplished wickedness that they might be said to have gone on IT CATHAKTIC TRAOI MMH RieirrtMfO Qood Never blcken 8tfril ricasant Palatable Weaken or Gripe Potent Tasto N Good 10c 20c Do 50c CURE CONSTIPATION York 31S Rrre feapaj Dilute nlril Uf Tn IIAP Sold and trttnrnntred by gists to CUKKTobaoLO Habit alldrug-NUIU-UA- U SERMON AND -- SAYINQST SENSE Oh THINGS THAT BRING SUCCESS straw in his prison cell a Paliesy burn ing his household furniture to develop his enamel a Franklin with a kilo a Fulton with a paddle wheel a Humphi Davy with old bottles and tin pans in Â¬ yourself it may be in dust and ashes You haye entered upon a new lifo You individual Responsibility marvellous are pure today But where is the rcep Sermon by Phillips Brooks this awful tlcal soul Where is the ruined woman power that whom you sent forth into the world out The Leading Specialists of America we have over other peoples lives I Oh I of the shadow of your Bin years ago You the power of the deed that you have done cannot touch that life You cannot roach 20 YEARS IN OHIO yearn and years ago It is awful to think it You do not know where it is No 250000 CURED of it r think there la hardly anything steps of yours quickened with all your more terrible to the human thought than earnestness can pursue it No contribu- Â¬ WE CURE EMISSIONS this the picture of a man who having tion of vours can draw back its conse- Â¬ Nnthlnir can Im lnoro ilcmorulizlrjc to young or inUtdlo nged men than tbo tires Binnedyears and years ago in a way that quences Remorse cannot force the bul- Â¬ They onco of theao nightly losso involved other souls in his sin and then let back again into the gun from which Irolueo weakness norvoiuneps n reeling of disgust nod a whole train of symptom having repented of his Bin and under it once has gone forth It makes life They unat a man for business married No matter lifo and social happiness taken another life knows cortainly that awful to the man who has ever sinned wnotnor caused uv uvti nuuiis in vouui neaknes or soxual oxccbsoh our power the consequences of that sin who has ever wronged and hurt another natural the Xiow Method Treatment will positively is going on outside of his reach beyond life because of this sin because no sin euro you can- Â¬ even his ken and knowledge He ever was done that did not hurt another NO PAY NO not touch it You wronged a soul ten life I know the mercy of our God that Reader vou need licln Early ahufo or years ago You taught a boy how to tell while he has put us into each others later oxcetsos may muo wenKcnou you Exposure may havo diseased you You his first mercantile lie vou degraded the power to a fearful extent He will never aro not safo tilt cured Our New Method will euro you You run no risk early standards of his youth What has let any soul absolutely go to everlasting Taste cannot be con- Â¬ You may ruin for anothers sin and so I dare to become of that boy today Jeffersons trolled by law have repented He has passed out of see tho love of God pursuing that lest Yonntf Sinn You nro nalc feeblo Sayings and haggard nervous Irritable and ex mi- Â¬ A respectable yonr sight He has gone years and years bouI where you cannot pursue it But tltabto You bcoomo forgetful moroso and trospomlcnt blotched and pimples ago Somewhere in thia great multitud- Â¬ that does not for one moment lift the nority is useful as sunken eyes wrinkled face stooping inous mass of humanity he is Binning shadow from your heart or cease to censors form and downcast oountenanco reveal tbo blight of your existence Â¬ Honesty is tho first chapter in tho book and sinning and reduplicating and ex- make you tremble when you think of tending the Bin that you did You how your Bin has outgrown itself and is of wisdom WE CURB VARICOCELE I Vn mutter limr rcrlorm your caso may touched the faith of some believing aoul running far far away where you can most successful war Beldom pays The be or bow long you may havo bad it our of never follow it years ago with some miserable Bneor for ita losses KEW WlilllOU TTlBATfUJiinT Wilt cure It Tho wormy veins return to yours with Borne cynical and sceptical No national crimo passes unpunished their normal condition and hence the Dont stop to tell in tho long run sexual organs rccelvo proper nourUh disparagement of God and of man who ment Tho organs becomo itallzod nil The Laws of of God upon tho earth business stories in is the utterance unnatural drains or losses ceasa and The press confined tp truth needs no No tciniorary manly powers return Success You taught tho soul that was enthusias Â¬ hours benent nut a permanent euro assured other restraint NO OlKKA NO ulltK NO PAY tic to be full of scepticisms and doubts NO DKTEN TION NIVUeSAUY Never fool in business matters The boisterous sea of liberty ia never You wronged a woman years ago and BUSINESS HON iUOJI Fay as you go and give no doubtful without a wave her life has gone out from your life you CURES GUARANTEED Feaoe and friendship with all mankind cannot begin to tell where You haye credits BY1MI1LIS Wn treat and euro Learn to eayno But you neod not ia our wisest policy OLEET EMItirJIONH IMlOTKNCV repented 0 your sin You have bowed HTTUUTUHK Dljil I fJU AI LOSSES ArI Kll Hn Interior governmont is what each state IC 11 iiiiNuiilriPinM should keep to itself 1100KB 1TIKE UHAHGES RKK MODERATE If unable to call write u y The whole art of governmont consists for a OlIIBTION llliANK for ilOME A I Out this ad out and send to us H ilou andwa will sand you this TREATMENT of the art of being honest uu ilium it ouuuby iroigui Nm uritOTiDYou can moonat your freight ban DliEgt iiuIiiIIm uuhi that retailrat iiuuu Â¬ Free government is founded in Jeal Cyouflad It ictlTM represented equal to organ nkMutloootbairrMtettnLluyoavriawandfartttarUian a ousy and not in confidence ateroeMeer parinireigutwranaadrevUsedDyotaeraai iUI0irrrU3LH1Utblor3a7Ji4flkHkt W FOURTH ST 122 Where the press ia free and every 175J IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS PH1CE - dVumSi O CINCINNATI ft ha man able to read all is Bafo Such an offer was Mm toad befor by other No government can continue good but ElflUC nllCCU isoneoltnesMeWsraMeeaseweeueiieaeeui trumenewmadairomtriiiutiuoa under the control of the people nrue7jMadefrorn8olla mV3t3mmmmmMmmmmitMtniMmm Idea if lutMidrel rterSawed Oak anUouaflnlihWdaomTTdeMrt WmLmtmWHKUmmmilmmmWmmW It is nccesarry to give as well aa to SEND US ONE DOLLAR Mllm klk r lUSSBtOItt COIL xiu WOOD Ulaclw WgMflnoheeTonuWhai wide end wetfbt take under a government like ours COOK UTOYx by freight 00 D subject to examination adeioc uhu I mUtm11 flop a loUowii lUMa Eels MM UIWU UMUM IJtUllu BM Ceafler nxamuia it ab freight wniM viapwMB rv rU rrlnlttl tttU aaa Xtx Hiiaa I think all the world would gain by Sour aad If 0Ui Ciiatiw 1 T a 8mlH I Gru4IOTaSUaia 1AU1 found perfect ibTtukwcaiUririM Quill Um4 Briulut IJlli setting commerce at perfect liberty ly utUfaetary UImU UUa Bmm 1 Blf II CkimUalr I mi r it BbhBtim aaMta cujm e4 treate llMf at mil The execution of laws fa more import 8UieUUK aw Dn atwuM muvu km w f UAin you Mm Ul nllEfril acUon ooaaUt of tb eolabrattd ant than the making of them ever taw aunCUULLH IndlMU UBicnanonii uaad or heard faatramanu alo mud b tlbMl irrmd Kuiuh aleo batt Dln f ltiwith Uua-It la the mauuera and spirit of the peoÂ¬ ofper trie leather MeaaUnead Tm kajlovt of the but rubbir cloth t ph tallow itoak republic In vigor l IUIUI ple which preserve a 1UITU MNMauerUVaiTM THK ACMB OUIINI srtciil lwtthaHMUUrfls4 platrracn mirror Dlokel rUK n 1 mnn adaiiraraMaoaTryraoaniiipproTeauni wavavaw org en eaeLB uiii i t and Mx M flrP1r SI3UU Â¬ Men who suc lee the tl00 a W WRIT1 BVOROUltniaFRKR Success Lies in tANTEEPagYEAMJrery eeat wiw orceed la the world der or 11100charges STOVE OATALOl wnieMwaaiugiayaer ma ThU - - le atxaNalaveala freight liar v Yourself o wnica ir any rw uawnoMQH IIUUi eiira irVlM as a rule do bo not IIHiUiu tU MMM IH4IWbeaur UOI pi and brates vveiritHfvvtwuuntm era ni Unions lexne uuee heaTT eoTera tout iaimT w M vrrNw luaa rt Uet y oten door uadeora Mt jut i eU Se oren shelf heat un ltaedand trimmings eitra by having extraordinary but comnon plated ornameatatloti frMtaeur targe deep genuine tlu3W yeretUla IUm4 mimi head eareer LITY IS ESTABLISH and In other words sunceea eouietertre ornamented baeo Ht eeelmakingee4e per opportunities 17 ZMmWmmlk2mamw It a we famish rata an extra wood grata la in the rnan not In the opportunity fect wee4 temr ff lellI A BIlDISU OUiaiiTXI with store and guarantee sate dellrerr to your rail Ul- ai ILIIVI- MUeK VI Mil MVUIUBl VI eWt W WUIIUHUHIH VIMWHWI U Oenaajav yartitnatt Bank Mew York or Ita uot mon with extraordinary oppcrtun eterrstaUon Your looal dealir would cbarga you Its 00 road xnrMOQAieUylaCM0MrwtltMJt freight It only about MM fur iT7Sr WS PWU VMJJM a g mn IOX1JIII3 B4 VOiPf OTVC WPVPJ K 0ff ewa vWitUQf SSJSa7ia25ir og eaa Ulea who have left their mark upon tho for euoh a ttovr the eaehtMmlleeeeeieieatlletM lOOO addraee tAalaM prtaaa Witeaferfra EArtROMUQKAOOl0CHICAQ0llL world It ia a Euclid wllha pair of com- BsIslWaA M Gev UMe fefteUM Kstte KBVOK OrIOAOO ILW 09i OmO Ft IuHJnimMWh W an you writ mention tali paper Pmmi ft lalllpo MfwIaaiBUng wjtn a writMtg naww lau paper this DRSKK 1 au attic a Whitney with a few toolH In a Southern cellar a Howe with shuttles n edlee and rough machinery a Profess or Bell poor ami experimenting on the telephone with the simplest apparatus a Leonidas at Thermpyhe a Horatius at the Bridge these aro the mon who have been the benefactors of their kind We pity a young man who can read the history of men who have benefitted the world with their inventions and not feel that he too can do something we pity the young men who can read the biographies of successful men and still claim that he has no chance in life Strive vigorously to form early in Make Stepping life a habit of us Â¬ Stones ing everything that couii s to you whether pleasant or un- Â¬ pleasant fortunate or unfortunate to your advantage Do not allow an un- Â¬ pleasant a disagreeable criticism an uncharitable remark loss of property or other trial of any kind to cloud your whole day and cast shadows over your life Resolve vigorously to make every seeming stumbling block a stepping stone If you to higher and nobler endeavor can make no other use of misfortune you can use It as a point of departure for now and more determined effort an oc- Â¬ casion lor turning over a new leaf Make up your mind resolutely that nothing shall stand in the way of vour genuine success You cannot allow your life to bo darkened by the clouds cast over youi path by others who seem to wish to injure you Treat trouble and misfortune as the oyster does the grain of sand which irritates it Cover them with pearls and make them things of Misfortunes and difficulties beauty make stronger those who have the cour- Â¬ age to surmount them and use them as stepping stones instead of stumbling blocks If you will determina resolute- Â¬ ly and vigorously that every apparent misfortune that comes to you shall be turned into blessing vou will Boon lose all fear of evil and will becomo strong to For battle with Booming opposition after all what we call the misfortunes of life and the things that make us unhap Â¬ py are not such in reality Stumbling Blocks FANCIES AND WHIMS NONSENSE GOOD JOKES IN PROSE AND RHYME Â¬ CURE I say captain said a young English Â¬ that man on board an American ship flag of vours has not floated in every breeze and over every sea for a thousand years has it No it aint replied the captain but The Kitten Bubbled it has licKed one that haa Youths Little Jack listened with great delight Companion to the soft purring of his kitten and then A Fine Old Joke exclaimed The tobacconist was sitting on the Dear little thing just hear her bub- Â¬ front porch enjoying a quiet smoke when Toronto Globe ble the census taker came along He oblig- Â¬ ingly envu the names of the members of The Wonders of Experience What do we learn from the his family and ended the list by adding Teacher Is she a the name Bridget Mahone story of SamBon inquired tho census man Tommy with unpleasant results still domestic No said the cigar dealer absentmind manifest That it doesnt pay ter have edly shes imported folks cut a fellers hair women 1 Love and Logic I worship women and although Im called a flirt it isnt true For since they all return my love They cant expect to keep it too I New York Tribune Went Him One Better 250000 CURED I Widows and Windows In dealing with immature minds one should be careful to say what he means A little boy in tho course of his reading lesson came to the word widow and called it window a word more familiar to him The teacher who was acting as examiner corrected the blun- Â¬ der and then wishing to improve the dood Evangelist What is the of Wales has joined occasion put the question I see the Prince difference between widow aud win the salvation army The boys answer began You Indeed I didnt suppose he had the dow and can see through a window but evangelizing instinct You dont know him Hts taught then he stopped all the millionaires of Europe to not put Faith and Works Puck their trust in princes Going smilingly up to his mother ore Poetry In Abbreviated Form Co A clerk hired by John Smith Declared that hed certainly Tho Hired man who might drop Rubbish close to that shop So the driver round there didnt Do Washington Star Â¬ Â¬ VAKH-Ul-riljI- ff END US ONE DOLLAR I AtflrlBSSrHKi Kennedys Kergan I- MflRYnwScrlH i ORuWH lt WtitfWK L aaWniflH BaGJlTJIMlKH Â¬ KgglpijACME jLW bt i pcyWi71JwJgKiLLjrLl rliixsitigilkESl tnai Spains Greatest Need Mr II P Olivia of Barcelona Spain spends his winters at Aiken 8 O Weak nerves had caused severe pains in the back of his head On using Electric Bit Â¬ ters Americas Greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy all pain soon left him He Hays this grand medicine Is what his country needs All America knows that it euros liver and kidney troubles purifies tho blood tones up the stomach strengthens tho nerves puts vim vigor and new life Into every muscle nervo and organof the body If weak tired or alllrg you need it Every bottle guaranteed only 60 cents Sold by Short dc Haynes Drug gists Plausable But Probable Ma havent I been a good boy since A man in Oklahoma heard a noise at I began going to Sunday school his cilice door and thinking that It was Yes my lamb answered the moth- Â¬ someone peeping through the keyhole er fondly he injected a littlo pepper sauce into it And you trust me now dont you When he went home his wife told him ma she had been cutting wood and a chip Yes darling Chicago Record flew up iu her eye Then spoke up tho little one innocent- Â¬ ly What makes you keep the mince Killing an Argument pios locked up in the pantry the same as Johnson Doaut understand why a oyer sllber dollar aint juss as good as a gole Frogs and Alice Internally Let me tucidate Now dollar hey The Rev J II Kelley pastor of a spose I borrowed a gole dollar of yo one day au paid yo back wid fifty cents Baptist church in Pasadena Gal tell whot would yo say Jackson Golly I Id say I nebber pected any ob it back Puck ex- day Tommy said ttaifittuce5 SLatel -- DeWUts Little Early Risers TM fw UttU pllU Mixed iletnphors At a temperance gathering during the recent campaign an orator exclaimed The glorious work will never be accom Â¬ plished until the good ship Temperance shall sail from one end of the land to the other and with a cry of Victory I at each step ahe takes shall plant her ban Â¬ ner in every city town and village of Another speaker the United States said that AU along the untrodden paths of the future we can see tho hidden foot Harpers prints of an unwen hand Round Table Intruder asleep after reading and forgetting to close his mouth was nearly choked by a mouse which strolled in Luckily he had a bioycle as well as presence of mind so that wheu he rode to the near Â¬ est doctors he was pronounced out ot dasgor and a little later the visitor waa dislodged It waa a frog that took a notion to enter Mrs John Reinharta stomach Bpth live in Louisville but Mrs Relnhart la extremely anxious thai only ono abould live there Her visitor kicks and ecratchei when it la hungry so that ahe has to eat whether she wants to or not but her physlcUu thinks that he will soon be able to rout the unwelcome SPEAKING OF UNIFORMS LoutsvirLB street cleaners an to near CURRENT TOPICS uniforms They have committed no Tn D 4 Vi 0 BaMigtrEdltri tad Prprttri crime to ho compelled to wear this 4 4 badga o servitude Its a pity that the WEDNESDAY MAltOIl 15 1800 law ot retribution does not get In its Tho following is a letter frorii G L 11Y MIU I1ATT1K 0 III NELL work and result in some Louisville poll Barkley of the Third Engineers United wearing uniforms the kind with Slates Army to his father George M tichuis is a Kentucklan Bear black and white stripes that would Barkley of Htephensport The r on Is nt tie will Admiral Watson with truo Ken wear his dignity st bras mnke them look like human 1 Pinar Del Kio Cuba and writes from tucky style nnd will do the high ofllco A-l credit we feel assured there TiiKUoebel boom lost Its Inllatton nt SUSPICIOUS Dear Father llopkinavillo Mrs Josnphlno Jacoby ono of tho Your much appreciated letter was re contraltos of the day has tioen engaged Do not think for a single An Ohio mlnistor refuses to accept the ceived while on the transport Saratoga moment that consumption will Which shall of n church entertainment be at Havana and I was indeed glad to jjet for May Music Festival proceeds Good roads are the greatest inheriever strike you a sudden blow 8embrlck7 is cause the hero in the play clasped the some news from home after being on thu we hear her or Marcella It does not come that way tance we can leave posterity question the It creeps its way along heroine to his breast and kiwed her water so loug First you think it Is a little So many have naked me for whom are Good roads would increase proportv He contends that the kiss was the real of When we left Macon Ga on tho 14thÂ¬ EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK cold nothing but a little hack- Â¬ February tho thermometer was stand you in the choice of Governor I was thing not mako belleve and therefore ing at Uye below zero values 100 per cent in this county ing cough then a little loss In for ex Gov Brown now lam for P Watt Immoral As the minister is unmarried weight then a harder couch We arrived at Charleston 8 O ou tho Hardin Ob I know what youll all say then the fever and the night 1 am a Democrat every TitK resignation of Secretary Alger is the people nre asking how ho knows the loth at about three oclock and there yes very woll sweats we had to wait until the 17th in the hands of the present secretary of difference between the sham and the eleven oclock before boardlLg the about time but not a partisan transThe suddenness comes when Tho shelves and counters of our All tho popular real article especially If ho considers the port After every tiling was loaded we war you have a hemorrhage Theres a- - wide difference between Better stop the diseaso while latter immoral The chances are that raised anchor and set Rail for the Pearl kind advice and a dispose to meddle It is yet creeping of the Autlllfs especially When the reason is apparent With good roads Ureckonridga county he will be hoist by his own petard You can do it with When the vessel left eight of land and Meddling Napoleons are no more appreciany community in would be the peer began to rock and reel as she p owed her ated than when that ambitious general nil YAK NOTHOBSOK the state way througti the foamy waters ttie boys was banished to Helena But Wm J Dkyax has again demonstrated began to turn palo and get sick Let American citzms make an inl Bmeckenridok farmers are expanding that he is a man of iron will At Bren after the first half day ttiey began to get show the fulness and variety tho over their seasickness and after that the ine at 0 wreath of immortelles and send at tho most modest prices They are pteparlng to grow Cuban to- Â¬ ham Tex a beautiful young lady at the trip was as pleasant as could have been to thu one man far who declines promo- Â¬ budding spring demands bacco depot blusblngly said expected tion Hoar Admiral Hlpginsou or better The Boldies were allowed to go almost put him iu a cgo and txhlbit him as a Mr Bryan will you kiss me Taking advantagii of phenomenon of this fading century Lath dispatches say that the pipe Bryan was surprised for a moment but all over the vpssel my favorite paco was as trust will not be formed In other words quickly recovered hiiueclf and answer- this as possible sometimes with near the Be what you are bow Dont assume oneioot it was a dream ed banging over the rail In thin position Society places people always exactly In My dear younif woman I am not- - everything that was to be seen at all the niche their qualities and capacities will fill Good manners intelligence could be seen distinctly The Goebelites who are inclined to Hobson The ships as they would aprear in the proper rearing a deference for others superstition must regard Friday ou a bad Bryan distance with their masts projecting out aud a good heart are worth more than The young lady blushed Tho latest novelties in Ladies NEW SHAPES IN day for their chief fought a terrible temptation and won of the water seemed 10 1h mere spots the wealth of India aud dont forget it and Gents You first notice that you Gents and Ladies new laurels as a man equipped with a At first the tops of tiie masts would ap young people cough less The pressure on pear then thesailH aud finally the hull Good no ads may seem a barren ideality strong back bone the chest is lifted Tiat feeling Hichard W Kuott of tho Evening interesting things One of the most of suffocation is removed A now but by agitation and hard work Post never expects to ask a truce of was the fish The porpoise or sea ho cure is hastened byplacingoneof any man But ho proposes to make may soon be a realization they was the largest and most abuudaut o INFANT CRIMINALS some issues that lead to loss and con- Â¬ any that wu could get a good look at String Ties in wash fabrics from In Chicago last week two boys aged They would sometimes swim dlrnctly in fusion migbtly plain to the people lOo per dozen to 10c each Tub News has a devil and three black auu ne is years held the path of the vessel One instance 1 tie naa done It in ttie past cats but they do not handicap her as a respectively nine and eleven Beauties in Puffs and Four-in-Han- d It was one keeping it up if you please with a loud Just what you want up and robbed four men and one woman remember very distinctly great religious and moral weekly Ties Prices sure to please evening just about dusk when two large resonant ring In Bichmond Va an eight year old boy porpoise each about you six feet in length Chest Come in and see them Farewell a long farewell to Gen The appearance of things would indi- Â¬ planned and executed eight robberies Â¬ made their appearance in front of tho Eagan who will spend his allotted data They would swim along just in cate that Boss Quay is trying to open the that would have done credit to a pro- boat of there nre no A Book Froom the bow and before you had in Honolulu whoreodoriferous beef more fessional burglar He looted the post front aud senatorial deadlock with a golden key into thu court martirtls no THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OP - If I It Is on the Diseases of the was time to think they would dive olllce of that city and when arrested water and then out they would come no more contact with Gen MilesThroat and Lungs plotting to rob a hank The precocious sometimes leaping two or three fei t had my wjy Id send Gen Miles to Â¬ Aguinaldo is said to doubt the wisdom nees of these youngstera and the de- Â¬ high Wrlto ub Frooly When they would strike the Jericho for his treatment of a once illustrious man dear to southern hearts If yt u have nnjr complaint whateTer of his last attack which proves that he is velopment of criminal characteristics at water again it would sound like some nnd clpira the belt medical ArfTlce voa Ttiey kept long on hindsigtit but short on foresight such tender years should make them ono had fallen overboard can poinllilj receive write tho doctor i of the Louisville Dis- Â¬ Ttie doctrines freely Youn tllrcreWe aproruptruplyfi this up for some four or five minutes WUJimilcoil Aiinreis Mean Â¬ aud then turned to one side and passed patch have been endorsed by the majjri rich studies for criminologists UK J C ayeii Lemu man Kentucky Who Ever brought to this county These goods are as fresh as Bpring ty of the Democrats in China is to be dismembered and each while old fashioned people will shake out of our Bight but they established the paper Whose violetsPrices ranging from of the European nations are preparing After strikiiu the Gulf Stream tho flyin- fight is this one now being wugid but their heads and say that the modern jelly fish sword fish and fiev their owu ecrap to get the youth is altogether too smart and will sigh g-fish for a Who should stand oy Mr eral other species appeared The flying If same Democrats leg hold for the good old days when the youth of fish were about a huff mot in length and Garter but these unworthy of they fall they are the cause fiy a hundred yards he of twenty knew lees of evil than the would sometimes they nnd he nave espoused Personoljand fore striking the water Tho jelly fish private papers should be respected and Bkutillionb system of measurement infant of today does at eight PR0GRAMF0R K P A were small out very ueautuu The be private is to be introduced in Manila It will be prettiest of them all was the sword fish useful in determining the exact size of AA which when in tho Bun made a very DISEASE MORE DEADLY THAN In last issue of this giod paper was an Agulnaldofl head beautiful representation of the rainbow article headed Some Great Men were The Kentucky Press aesociationwhich BULLETS With all these nay colon1 and their low The victims were is to hold its annual cession in Louis- Â¬ The ollicial record of the death roll in sword like beake thev make a delightful Cupids Victims Moore Goethe and so ville has completed the following liter A Louisville bootblack found 5 and the American array luring the Spanish sght to gaz s upon Wo nlso eaw several Lord Byron Tom any was ever ou I dont tried to restore it to tiie owner Mark war lias just been made up and is as sharks but did not g t close enough to andWiiy ever be think who man not beeli ary program has great can J M Allen Tho Newspaper Wit them the form a ver good idea of how swayed by the teuder passion But no this prediction that boy will never end follows they look up in the Louisville city council man not even Thomas Moore who wrote Oynthiana Democrat Killed in action 329 The next place cf interest was Palm such Bweet lines was eyer really touched J L The Journalist as a Reformer Beach i la passing within a mile of Ihe by Cupd when in his poems or in his Died of wounds 125 Basley Paris Reporter Senator Chavijlkk says lie hopes that shore and the sun was hhining directly life are found sixteen named to whom Died of diseases 5277 Roah Funny things at Mackinac upon the beach which showed it up to he had promised fidelity There are the republican party will declare against This shows that twelve soldiers died of advantage Two buildings were all tl at many degrees of love but only one that Griffin Henderson Gleaner trusts The Senator is hoping for the disease to every one that was killed by a could bo seen f om the sea but they passes understanding and that is immor- Â¬ What Is News and How to Tell It realization of an iridescent dream Spanish bullet Ihe figures prove that were indeed beautiful They were nbout tal O T Sutton Owensboro Inquirer three or four stories high with palm there was gross mismanagement of the trees all around the grounds E A The Press as an Educator I want to endorse every word Brother The Porto Hicans want independence army The appointment of political We sighted Morro Caste about noon Litchfield said Wednesday night in his Gullion Carrollton Democrat too it seems Judging from the military oiiicers and the criminal disregard of san Â¬ ol the lurn and alter an Hour orpowe sermon on lack of Christian sympathy or The Little Things That Make a Big preparations Uncle Sara is making he is itary laws by those who should have en- came in front of this one of the darkest church Bympathy for an erring boy or a J R Collior Franklin Favor Â¬ and gloomiest plac s to be seen around waWHid girl He sent telling truths Paper going to give it to them in the neck forced them as well as the issuing of whole city of Havana ite the We are home to each and every heart embalmed beef did more execution The wnl s seemed to rifle directly out ullcoiiHclou of the deep aud heartfelt of the Kentucky Advancement Edward Wannick of Arizona adver than Spanish bullets of the sea aud show ihe wear and tear of sonows there are in the world sorrows Press 0 M Meacham Hopkinsville u wife and got her She was tised for In the navy where far better manage Â¬ Bgt s Going through the narrow neck which blot for the moment all joy from Kentucklan grand sights too much for him uud he suicided ment prevailed and where the laws of into thu harbor were somenearly all na the liorizon and almost abscure the lightÂ¬ John D Hunth g the Subscriber There were vepsols from of heaven with tears caused by thoughtWho says the fool killer has taken a sanitation are zealously regarded the tiotis and schooners by the hundreds lessness and by the yielding to tempta Babbage Breckkniudgb News vacation deatli roll shows Whole tied up along the wharf minds tiou of undisciplined Excellencies Mechanical 0 0 Our steamer was anchored about three households are darkened and years of Killed in action 17 oclock in a hundred yards of the wreck ones life are often eclipsed by the going Pare Glasgow Times Pacific The Chicago Hock Island Died of wounds 1 of the battle ship Maine All there is astray of a son or a daughter Running a Newspaper and a Town When we railroad has advanced the wag s of Died of diseases 0 to be seen of this now world famousship cross the threshold of one mourning for Edgar Whittlmore Grand Rivers Wont the wick Â¬ 3000 of its employees Fortunately for ttie navy no ignoram- Â¬ is a heap of ruins projecting above the the dead we are sorrowful with the in Â¬ Herald Â¬ money devil get on his ear when uses were given commissions as odicers water ed mates cud Borry for them We are tenGeorge W The Editor as a Soldier Sunday night we laid at anchor and derly compassionate and wo all help the he hears of this by tiie uraco of political pulls no camps early Monday we were towed up to the mourners in our own feeble manner bear Albrecht Mlddleeborough News were established for the benefit of rail- Â¬ wharf and commenced to unload the burden of sweet gentlenesa For How to Publish a First class Paper in The fact that the president accom- Â¬ road companies and no experimental freight As it took a day or so to unload the otherwise did you ever think of it W L Rlddell Burling- Â¬ a Small Town panied Mark Hanna on his trip to food was given out to swell the coders of the ship and load on the train for Pinar it necessarily is with living trouble del Rio the men had to make their The idoliz id child perhaps in this time ton Recorder Ga would indicate that contractors Thomasville quarters the best they could could on the of bustlii g temptations has yielded in Should the Country Press Be Non- Â¬ i Mark is not willing to trust Mr McKin boat and as our hammocks were taken an unguarded moment and commits a partisan Louis Landrum Lancaster ley out of his sight a minute away from us it was a pretty hard old crime Weak Eyes Are Made Strong What words of pity are deep Record enough for the mother the father V A dim vision made clear styes removed go All papers and addresses will be lim We were issued papsfH to go England is described as a peace loving and granulated lids or sore eyes of any visit the city Taking advantage out and well brought up young man or woman ited to of this fallen from his or her integrity ten minutes The nation As the lord of the admiralitv kind speedily and effectually cured by one evening I saw sigiits never to be wty of the transgressor is hard enough At the season of the year when pneu Â¬ Â¬ has naked for a 114000000 naval appro- the use of Sutherlands Eaule Eye forgotten There are yery few streets for him or her but oh my goodness priation she seems determined to have Salve Its put up in tubes and sold on that have more than room enough iu it is paved with red hot coals for his or monia la grippe sore throat coughs them to passtwo wagous The sidewalks lier lamilv Take inebriety infidelity colds catarrh bronchitis and lung trou- Â¬ peace at any cost if a big blulT can se- Â¬ a guarantee by all good druggists are from two to three feet wide and incompatibility let the cause bo bles are to be guarded against nothing cure it every house Btands with its doors open what it may that brings about a rift answer the is a fine substitute will ing into the street The houses are built in the union of wedded hearts when WHITES GROVE TEXAS together as if one so the side of a block faith fails and love goes and they part same purprse or is just as good as Mu Shaw of Ctiicago draws a nice is solid above the ruins of their promised vows I One Minute Cough Cure That is the salary as the treasurer of a big temper In the interior of their houses could can there he auy depth of sorrow equal The News is something of an expan ance fund and is also the leading direcbe seen some beautiful flower gardens to t heirs and yet bow we stand oil one infallible remedy for all lung throat sionist itself It has a large circulation with all kinds of tropical plants iu them how we fail to extend sympathy tor of a large distllery He evidently in Collin county Texas and the followWhen or bronchial troubles Insist vigorously If an American were to iro in Havana any such living trouble comes the tears upon having it if something else Is has iixed himself to catcli them a comin ing communication from a correspond- Â¬ aud did not know the city he would be shed over the grave are sweet compered offered you Short Haynes and a goiu as likely to go into a dwelling for n hard ent there will interest our readers to those which blister and burn the ware store as anything ele cheeks of one who mourns for a living We are having beautiful weather One of tho grandest plac a it was my trouble How many are filling to upMiss Mauoukhitk E Li milky of New Farmers are busy planting corn this ood fortune to H to visit was one of lift How many instead give the cold UNCLE ALECKS week York has started an anti kissing crutheir public squares It was lighted shoulder and are ready to criticise aud There Is lots of sickness in this com- Â¬ with electricity and of all the beauties condemn an individual who makes an sade Judging from her picture there is PHILOSOPHY munity they were to be seen there As to fixing honest effort to re establish I Instead no need for her to do so on her owu acpox is epidemic and is proving up their store and show windows they as Brother Ltcbfleld said Its a kick Small count She will never be the victim of cant be surpassed by any one kick kick until a girl or a boy who fatal in Borne instances the osculation habit I managed to get a peep at the palace to return Hit nevah pays foil or Â¬ Bro Gambles preached a very inter of Weyler and Blanco hut they are very has shown a willingness discouraged to a and man fer lose is tempah esting Si rmou last Sunday at tins place particular with it for fear some relic straight path becomes Alas I for the goes head long to ruin Judoino from the recent military But dar am casions when Mr and Mre Jim Bush and family will he removed rarity of Oiiristian charity under the manoeuvres of the Huaaiuu army in the were visiting Mrs Bushs mother last Not having but a few hours little of sun he do seem jesilled in How should we bear ourselves the city could be seen so will pass to our who profess to be followers of the meek Orient the Czars peace proposition was Sunday deliberately gettin rid Messrs Gill Brown and Lee Shields trip on thu Cuban train for one hundred and lowly Savior towards those whose sheens clothing that covered the hungry o his goodnature thirty miles After all bear while he was preparing to get a called ou Miss Lizzie Black last Sunday and with two mon to a seat was loaded lot has been saddened by ill doing and on without a fatal mistakes but who show a disposi- Â¬ eveuing t X t slice of North India Should it not Pies Payne sister and brothers were sign of a cushion with our knapsack tion to sin no more Do diflrence atween de politishun an called to the bedside of their sick aud canteen to Bee after we managed to be with the verv greatest kindness do statesman am diet De politishun set started about twelve oclock at night delicacy and taci Should we not re Â¬ brother Bob Payne la accused ot en The Quay faction Ttie moon shone brightly and there member that though the world is very pulls de waggln and de statesman gets de Mr and Mrs Bill Scott entertained a were some beautiful plantations to be deavoring to buy the votes of members of their friends and children by seen along the route hut as the hoys hard and unforgiving very relentless in ride of the Pennsylvania legislature for their number judgement and slow to forgetan error t t t giving a turkey dinner last Sunday were so uncomfortable and tired tlioy vet that there is always a place in Gods boss for senator Judging from the size De man wat am all de time wonderin King of McKlnney lectured at could not take much interest in this bemd economy for the rehabilitation Bro of some of the bribes ottered the senatothis place last Monday night nn Chris Â¬ arriving at the pepot of our destination of alt who want to come in Who who wat his naybera ticks ob him would be tian Education rial plum must come high flu gave a splendid about eleven canaed us to have to walk Is to lead them back if not Gods owu suprised seme times to know dat dey talk about two miles in Ihe hot sun and children Instead of shutting the door dont tink ob him at all when we got to camp we were willing to cf Hope on the tempted and the fallen The papers are going wild over the t X drop down anywhere girl or boy why not open it wide and try De man dat says he dont jlne de fact that Itear Admiral Higginsou and After all our troubles wo nre now here to bring back to honor and virtue I ami and Uxed up in large fourteen by four- Â¬ I would like to preach from the house chueh bekase dars so many hlppocrlis Lieutenant Aaron Ward of the navy MOTHERS teen tents with nice cols to sleep upon tops and highways that no one Is ever in it neednt let dat keep him out have modestly declined promotion We and only six in a tent FRIEND dbg raced save by his or hor own act do not see anything extraordinary in Wu can see a range of mountains from one members Iap9e does not in reality Dars alltw room fer one mo that They are not Ohio men takes married within a mile we have a effect character and should not affect the our cainp nnd Take Dr Bulls Hough Syrup for all 2 women through nice little brook to bathe in reputation of another member of the vere colJi pleurisy whole period the There are several regluents camped same family I am bitterly opposed to thoi dtngeroui flectloni of Congressman Dingley The funeral of pregnancy in here and in is considered one ol the holding parents culpable for their child and grlppo which ttll trd winter bring aling cost Uncle Sam 1500 Champagne was safety and com It It lha ieat healthiest placeB in Cuba rens errors Every man or every wo Â¬ and lung aflocil it cure for bronchitis id jl ihtoit fort It Is used externally and it relaxes among the costly items on the list of jm As eyer your devoted son man In tho last analysis must answer for VMMMMAiviMvwwwvwvyvv th muscles so that there is no dis Â¬ G L Bahklky Co K 3rd Eng expenses The charitably inclined will VWAA him or herself A kind word a sympa Â¬ comfort It prevents and relieves Cooks Are Scarce thetic tone an outstretched hand might take this as evidence that his fellow morning sickness headache and ilslng have saved many from being crushed by Congressmen were trying to drown their The servant problem is tho most vex The Eagle King of All Bird breasts shortens labor and preserves living troubles but too late too late sorrow uie mowers girl Â¬ Is noted for Its keeu Bight clear and dis Â¬ But I want to say to those who may feel ing question that la agitating the good ish form tinct vision So are those persons who crushod the Divine assistance cap be housewives of this oily There la a fam Â¬ SI a bottle at Col Jack Giiinn has been indicted by use Sutherlands Eagle eye salve for sought and a sure hold from above ine of cooks and a good one cannot be druggists I is mighty laid help on One A great the grand jury on account of the late weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind In have Lord Jehovah that everlasting procutefTfor any consideration Send for a Fees la the copy of our Illus- Â¬ many women are doing their own cook This unpleasantness at Lexington or granulated lids Sold by nil dealers strength trated booklet Ing It is said that the majority of the evidence of the growth of the higher at 25 cents about Before the discovery of One Minute colored cooks In this section have goue civilization in the blue grass region Cough Cure ministers were greatly dis Â¬ MOTHERS FRIEND to work in the tobacco fac should be a matter of congratulation to One Minute Cough Cure cures turbed ny coughipg congregations No to 0 weusboro The Braaflold Becujaf 01 Om Atlanta Ga v tori Ky For nhU by A K FWr all Kentucky excuse for it now Short fc Uayae Ttat Is what It was m4 fer m BRECKENR1DQE NEWS BARGAINS WHERE TO FIND THEM EIGHT PAGES Â¬ I onnpita OALL -- W C MOORMANS Dress Goods Department Spring and Summer Fabrics Â¬ I I jl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ahcps Cherry Pectoral Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plaster over the COME IN AND SEE THEM TIES COLLARS MENS DRESS SHIRTS 50c to rough-and-tumb- m 100 4444l t444464ttS WCM00RMAN GLENDEANE KENTUCKY wwwwAAAAAAA Â¬ Â¬ VEST r A NICEv v ENTIRELY NEW LINE OP Â¬ Â¬ LADIES SHOES Â¬ Â¬ WILL BE Â¬ I OPENED UP AT Â¬ VESTS Monday March 20 i Â¬ t p MtMMHMIMIIH t VEST 0ovrff 3 - WORMSllvEpiipCiE FtrTffMrslMLsTa jH r- a Parlors Louisville is dead Ho con Â¬ ducted ft branch parlor at the Mitcholl For thirty years Tutts Pills have Hotel in tills city last year WEDNESDAY MAttOH 15 1809 The blue birds and robins that have proven ablcssing to the invalid made their appearance put more faith in YY Are truly the sick mans friend thin climate than do some of our citizens THE LOCAL NEWS who are spending tho winter south March 17th will beJHt Patricks day IN CLOVERPORT For bilious headache dyspepsia Suzttrs has laid in a flno stock of sham- Â¬ M444 44444 4444AJ sourstomach malariaconstipa rocks and emblems in preparation for it tion and all kindred diseases Celebrate the day by wearing the green Rlvor Is falling 11 L Neweom calls attention to the Mlaa Laura Yeager is improving fact that the Cloverport Hotel property AN ABSOLUTE CURE A I Kate of Horso Cavo ia in tho is advertised for sale by the County city Commissioner Sale takes place from John Burk went to Owensboro Sun Â¬ Thotnaa Blythe of Hardinmlurg was the hotel steps March 25 day in tho city on business last week Vm G Smart wont to Louisville SunHarry Thlxton o Owensboro wai in Beware of Ointments Tor Catarrh that day Contains Mercury Ihu citv on business Wedneaday One big can of beans for 6 cents at 8ul Master Mechanic Plank went to Ptls as morcury v ill surely destroy the sense zers of smell and completely dornngo the burjr Pa on business Saturday Henry Solbrig went to Owensboro Sat- Â¬ See tbo beautiful display ot garden whole system when entering it through urday Such articles the mucous surfaces seed in Short Haynes window should neverbe used except on prescript- Â¬ J A Goleen Owensboro was here Win Marshal was among Ilardlnsion from reputable physicians as the Friday bures representatives here Sundav damage they will do is ten fold to the V Duncan went to Brandenburg II Q PPaul Bewleyvillp wentloLnulS good you can possibly deriye from them Sunday villo Monday to consult a physician Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by Frank Haswall spout Sunday at liar Misses Alice Mattingly and Nannie F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains dinsburg Bnahear wont to Louisville Thursday no mercury and is taken internally act Â¬ G 0 Patton is the guest of James Charles Perrlgo and daughter were at ing directly upon tho blood and mucous Fisher surfaces of tho system In buying Halls Btophensport Sunday visiting friends Â¬ W 8 Asbby went to Hawesville if a girl Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuA local punster wants to know ine It is taken internally and made in Wednesday buried in thought has any grave idtos Co Toledo Ohio by by F J Cheney Go to Short Haynes for first class Fred Marlnee of this ofllcpfppntFun Testimonials free garden seed dav with an old classmate at Cannelton BSTSold by Druggist price 75c per botAlfred Heston of Hardinsburg was wont to tle Hev Blghnm Hardinsburtr here Sunday Vine Grovo Monday to hold a meeting Although the Ohio is full it is acting FORDSVILLE Tt is rumored that Dr ForrtBt Light fairly decent foot Hawesville will lorato in this city Clarence Lay of Stephensport was in Cobb Olaud Wilson of Wilson W J Jones went to Louisville last town Sunday Jolly Station was in Louisville Thurs Â¬ week on business Jones Mercer of Hardinsburg was in day Side walks and street lamps are very the city Thursday The recent rains beat down tho mud poor in our town Dr 8 B AdkisBon visited relatives fct bo that tho roads are in better condi- Â¬ Mr Jim Davison and Miss Lizzie Lodiburg Sunday Couderare on the sick list tion Hawesville is the Sam V 0 Oromon of Union Star was in The whlBker fad died when Onille guest of McAdams Mrs Ike Adair his sister the city yesterday Skillman shaved off his hirsute adorn Â¬ Mr and Mrs Fred Cooper went to Rev J T Lewis Irvington went to ment Louisville Sunday to buy their spring Louisville Monday Henry Stader sold two of his horses to stock Mrs Maria Johnson and son are visit Â¬ Louis Klncheloe of Hardinsburg was Wm Singleton last week for a very fair ing her daughter Mrs Dud and Mrs city Thursday in the price Perry Cooper The latest novels and works of the L D McOubbins of Stephensport was Mrs Bine Cooper after aeveral weeks standard authors 10 and 15 cents at Sul visit with her sister Mrs Polk Gilmore in the city Thursday went to Whitesvitle to visit relatives J A Heston represented this city in zers Hardinsburg Misses Irene Board Mrs Stanclide of Chicago and family Hardinsburg Sunday Mary Moorman and Mr Jesse Moorman are the guests of her mother Mrs Wil Gleudeane spent Saturday and Sunday Allen Owen of Owensboro was here j kerson with friends and relatives last week on business Mm Bettle Johnson gave a tacky Claude Mercer and Qua Brown of Har- Â¬ Oharles May Jr and Miss Rosa Hied party in honor of her daughter Ivior dinsburg were here on legal business Saturday night It wap well attended el spent Sunday at Holt Those present from a distance w ri went to Hardins Â¬ latt week Mlsa Florence Lewis Misses Irene Board and Mary Moorman Will Johnson and James Flanagan burg on a visit Monday Sam Mc Messrs machinists at the shops spent Sunday Adumes Jeese Moorman andand Authur Mrs J F Cooper Beautiful pendants are the latest fads at Tell City Smiths costumes were hard to beat ladies get them atSuzers It is rumored that Claude Mercer has Dont Tobacco Spit an J Smoke Your Lire ATr Raymond VIeador of Ouster was visit Â¬ been granted the honorary title of Doctor To quit tobacco easily and forever i mag ing friends here last week of Divinity netlc lull ot life nervo and vigor talce Prof Johnson of Fordsville was here the wonder worker that makes weak men B Randall and It Crider of Irvng strong All druggists COo or fl Cure guaran Saturday on a business trip ton were guests of the Breckenridge teed Booklet and sample tree Address Sterling ICemedy Co Chicago or Hew York Wheat is bringing 63 cents on the lo- Â¬ Inn Sunday cal market Corn 30 cento There is a big demand for tobacco uan WEBSTER Buy fancy groceries of Slpple and get a vaa aa farmers are preparing to burn beautiful picture for nothing plant beds This is March for sure Mrs George Dowden returned to her Frank Boyd of Owensboro spent Sun- Â¬ Farmers are getting impatient homo at Brandenburg Monday day with his parents Mr and Mrs Alex G W Bobbins has typhoid fever went to Boyd in this citv Mr and Mrs Amel Oelz Wo need an exclusive dealer in hard Â¬ Louisville on the boat Sunday Thomas Triplett and daughters Ella ware and Katie Bewleyville went to Louis-Â¬ Joe Fitch has begun work on his black Â¬ smith shop ville Monday Tha Kind Vou Hara Alwars Bought Bwuitlw Why have any saloons in this county Alex Harthill one of Louisvilles best Why 7 Why 7 known tobacconists was the guest of Take up the Kipling lives to heln Jai Pace Jr Sunday white mans burden Mrs M A Phelon and Miss Sallio Mrs Ada Meador Moorman 1b visiting Noel Owensboro were the gueste of relatives at Hardinsburg A saddle and harness man would do a John Phelon Sunday land office business here There were no services at the Baptist Miss Myra Hanks visited her home at and Methodist churches Sunday on ac- Â¬ Union Star Saturday and Sunday count of the absence of the pastors John Gibson started Monday to visit Mrs Benton Irvington who was the relatives in Illinois and Missouri People will see by and by that we are gU3stof her parents Mr and Mrs 01 not too close to anywhere to succeed Mnttlngly returned home Monday Do you know this town is doing three James Jackson of Hawesville is here times the business it did slxmontnsago We have an advantage over any town Do you wont a beautiful picture superintending the loading of a barge for tho Cincinnati Cooperage Company free gratis as the man says BBECKENR1DGE NEWS Tried Friends Best A Known Fact YVVV f J TUTTS Liver PSLLS Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ OASTORIA Pictures FREE cralt Sunday eve Lon Gilpen called on his best girl at Paynesville Sunday W A Bewley called on Miss Nannie Cowley Saturday night Miss Lzze Brown will commence a spring school at Webster March 13th Eugene Ashcraft and Henry Cowley will go to selling books in a few days Mrs Jumes Heudrick visited her sis- Â¬ ter Mrs James Cox of Highland Sun- Â¬ day Henry Neafus and family yisited J H Cowley and family Saturday night and Sunday G S Ashcraft and wife spent Saturday night with their mother Mrs Nancy As u craft Chide Danner and vilt spent last Sun Â¬ day with Mrs Current who is very low wun m grippe Mrs Robert Heudrick and Miss Ella Smith spent a pleasant day with Mrs Davis Young Saturday 0 A Ashcraft wont to Mauckport Ind Saturday to see Ms brother who has recently moved there J 0 Day- - of Ohio returned to his home Saturday after several weeks stay with his Bon H C Day Messrs Albert Marshall and David Hardaway culled on Misses Lulu and Mata Ashcraft Friday night Lena Youns returned home Saturday after a pleasant visit in Brandenburg with her aistsr Mrs J It Willett Some one please tell me whether Meade county has a county judgo or not and if so please lets have some road overseers We are grieved to hear that llttlo Willie Anderson Charles Andersons son has spiiial meniugetis and is not ex- Â¬ pected to live Bewleyville wo thank yon for the compliment of last week We are proud to acknowledge you us a neighbor and kinsman be assured that your items are of great interest to us all Ono of our young ladies was yery much disappointed when she did not get a letter Monday with the Wei stir post mark on it but suppose she will find out the exact reason today Sunday Several of the farmers of this place are beginning to realize the importance of n telephone and it is thought that in a Bhort while Ashcraft will be connected by telephone with all our important little towns Ashcraft Is not going to re- Â¬ main in the rear in the improved facilities for the convenience and enjoyments of life hut will utamp improvements upon the face rf time Have You Had Many diseases considered in curable are calarri under other names Simple catarrh in tho head is called Incurable Con- Â¬ sumption is catarrh of tho lungs and its victim is no - doubt past help mlffiMMmMW In tho mora ad vanced stages IIV but irreat num bers of people die of consumption Notwithstanding Kiplings apt remark needlessly It is certain that every in way of comparison A rug and a bone phaso of catarrh including- many cases ii ml a hank of hair the womon of the of consumption aro cured by tho right land were anxious for his recovery treatment Dr Hartmans During the thunderstorm last Saturday great prescription attacks catarrhal nlgit the lightening struck a tree near diseases scientifically and cures them T It Hendersons house nud shattered Dr Hartman explains it fully in his Beveral panes of glass in the win lows books which aro mailed on application Used Several Kinds Hero is a letter from Mrs Harmening When my boy whb Boven years old ho Mazo Manle Wis who is ono of many of consumption by had scrofula which affected his head and cured She says caueed discharges from the ears We Medicine Co Columbus 0 used several kinds of medicine without Deaii Sins I cannot praiso your much benefit until we began giving him romedy too highly Last winter I had This medicine la crrippo and liemorrhage of tho lungs Hoods Sarsaparllla All tho doctors nroundhcro proved effective and the boy s now en- Â¬ followed told mo I had to dio of consumption tirely well H 0 Davis Big Hill Ky Then I thought I would ask Dr Hart did Hoods Pills are non Irritating and tho man for advice which I and I Ho prc took it for rue Bcrlbed only cathartic to take with Hoods Sat according to his directions and was cured saparllla I adviso everybody that is troubled with lung disease to take Dr Hartmans treatment I am suro they ASHCRAFT will not regret it if thoy do I am now enjoying good health and can thank for it Weather very beautiful Joe Wiles called on Miss Clara Ash Â¬ on this line in availabio terrilory and town site Sam Dugan and wife ot Brandenburg visited Mrs W G Claycomh Saturday and Sunday J C Kurlz shaved off his mustache recently had his hair cut and his best girl hardly know him Misses Annie Claycomh and Gola Orendorf went to Bramlonburg Monday to visit Mrs Sam Dugan Dr H B Kurlz and Mrs Laura Kurtz went to Cipllla last week to attoml the fiineral of Mrs Kinkead There are a great many Free Masons through this section of country and a Masr nln hall in badly needed here Wm Kendall and wife and Mr Jno Lydan went to Guston Sunday in re Â¬ sponse to n summons of the death of Charles Andersons child NCURABLE DISEASES THE BIBLE SAYS As yc sow so shall yc reap Tho timo for Bowing is nt hand You fihould plant a garden Tbo produce you will raise will cheapen living expenses and will promoto good health When you plant select tho host seed Wo handlo all tho different variotics grown by tho best seedsmen on earth Tho ftceds aro adapted to this soil and climate Invest in them now and thoy will re- Â¬ turn you an hundred fold before tho summer is spent viwfjwmr Po-ru-- - GARDEN SASS Peas Spinach Lettuce Asparagus Tomatoes Squash Pumpkins Radishes Cucumbers Watermelons Muskmelons Canteloupo BeanB of all kinds Beets Seed Potatoes Onion Sots and everything in that lino Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-- Po-ru-- LADIES PLANT FLOWERS Make ourfront yard a thing of beauty Plant flowers and a joy forover Wo have a most varied selection for you to pick irom Now is tho timo to got your Bceds Po-ru-- nn IRVINGTON Mr and Mrs Floyd Itoberts have a fine new daughter Kev J T Lewis preached at Harned Saturday and Sunday Mrs Maygle Greenwood after an at- Â¬ tack of grippe is well again Mrs Elizi Jolly is visiting Mr and Mrs Ken Wathen this week Mr and Mrs Bate Washington returnd Tuesday from a visit to Stephensport Floyd Koborta has purchased a farm from Henry LiverB two miles from town Mrs Charles Redman and babe visited her parents at Guston Thursday and Friday Master Floyd Carter of Cloverport is Visiting his grandfather Mr Floyd Greenwood E H Sholman of Shelman Co wont to Louisville Wednesday return ing Friday Mies Caro Sears Partridge spent Satur Â¬ day and Sunday with Miss Muud Adkis son of Guaton Mrs Charlotte and Eva Herndon spent two or threo days with Mrs John wimp last week Mrs George Lyddan who lias beon under treatment in Louisville returned home Monday much improved in health Mr Ken Wathen who has been con- uneu to ins liomn lor several days on ac- Â¬ count of illness we aro glad to see is out again There will bo praver meeting at the Baptist church nejet Thursday alternoon at two oclock On account of bad roads it has been decided to meet in the after Â¬ noon instead of evening in order that those who live in the country can Httend As these Btirring times force themselves upon the public mind it seems women are thinking grandly upon the various issues and express themselves decidedly This ia as it should ha for the American woman is not without power She often voices that which man refrains from Â¬ THESE ARE GUARANTEED to bo absolutely Ti fresh and prolific SULZERS PUBLIC SALE ON THE 23rd DAY OF THIS MONTH MARCH at my res- Â¬ idence at LONG BRANCH I will offer for sale the follow- Â¬ ing described property Horses and Mules Cattle and Hogs Wagon and Buggies Farming Implements Household and Kitchen Furniture Terms Made Known on Day of Sale Bpeaking the Grip Â¬ Of course you do Julius Sipple is givinpj away reproductions of the works of the famous masters Â¬ Mrs Lvdia Meyers accompanied by hpr bon Morgan of Waitman are in the cily the gueste of relatives and friends When you buy fruit at Slpples you am entitled to a coupon that will get you a beautiful picture free of charge Miss Ada Jolly of Hardinsburg who has been the guest of Mr and Mrs R T Polk returned home Monday evening Misses Minnie and Ailiene Murray who are the guests of Mrs Moiris Beitrd at Hardinsburg were in the city Thurs Â¬ day Mrs Thomas Ireland and son Hughes of Skillman spent the week in this city the guests of Mr and Mrs Leon Mc Giwuck B F DeJarnett of Hancock county was in the city Monday with tobacco He sold 3600 pounds to Jarvis Bros for 7 5 M If you have you probably need a reliable medicine like Foleys Honey and fl i w w A Mr w High Art Pictures I 1 I iw W 1 1 fl 1 L 7 WWW I I w w Of Tar to heal your lungs and stop tho rack- Â¬ ing cough incidental to this disease A R FiBher Cloverport E A Witt Har dinsburg Tho Fortnightly Club held their regular meeting with Mrs ltichard W rather on the afternoon of March 4 It 1b my pleasure to say something in praise of this uohle body of women Tbey are now in the fifth year of their work and when It is considered that they live man miles apart and must face wintry blasts and travel roads that are almost mpassable to nttend these meetings it is needless to say they are women of great stability of character seeking a higher intellectual standard Thoir persistency in the face of obstacles Bpeaks for itself ami we are glad to have such among us Witli such women at the holm who cau doubt that the dawning of tho twentieth century will see the Fortnightly Club still alive at Irvington Â¬ MRS C W HENDRICK cut this nd out and send to ua and 11 you live East of the Jlocky Mountains wo will O D freight ilTiot ami It iouUTtrelgntG 10000 TOFBIUUT you erer w jruu cau eiamlue ltatuur the UKlMiUiT BUtuiHyuu Hud It perfectly Mtliiactorr ami Yuu 111TK OUR SPECIAL OFFER PRICE SSKnn and irelitht charirosleas tho mull sim or hubd or pay the rallroao aerent 1 One Dollar sent with order BUILT IN OUR OWN FACTORY IN CHICACO 1050 on honor rrom the beat material moner can buy liile in TO our Free Buirtry Catalogue we huw Top Uug irlea raaile by other makeri at 2130 2075 anddealer at the eiact 3470 I5 00 to 99000 fame buinry that aro old by machinery BUGGIES I70O and are belnir widely alrertled by many at KB 00 to tMOO AND 9H5 ACME OUfeEN AT 3500 la the mot w1SrJK voue uver ofTerod Tint IimEST ritiiK mmi ClOIaU 03 TIIK IIUST UIUUY TII1T C1X III BllLT SURREYS e maintain our own five atory buggy factory for the iol tiu w cii rismnntK a l0 stvi 01 ClaTOaitRS JUSIHIIUIUIH IKOUT Every Buggy We Moke Is Guaranteed Five Years and They Will out wear Five Ordinary Factory Rigs SEND ONE toDOLLAR aubjoct examination Tfci7tBT 111 11 Bears tho OASTOXtZA The Kind You Hate Always Bwgtt LONG BRANCH Mrs A Ditto Jr yisited relatives in w Brandenburg last week Jim Bickeretaff spent Saturday and Sunday in Brandenburg Sam Fowler spent beveral days last week with Mr Byruin of Laconia Ind viyiv Mr and Mrs G W Smith of Guston Advertisements inserted under this lead at the epent Sunday with Mrs 0 W Hendrick rate of one cent a word each insertion T E Jlnkens of Louisville was here Saturday to see Mr and Mrs W C Mc LEGAL BLANKS Geboe spent 110K S WE lllank Dtcdt anJ Mnrtnaircn and J Hugh Ditto of Owensboro lUUCKKN Iim1 Sunday with Ids parents Mr and Mra J UIDGK NHWh OMICK HInL K Ditto FOR SALE ENGINE Mrs Chas Crawford visited her aunt Mrs Tom Teare of Brandenburg a few 17011 bAIt One xitble ten hone power en days last week I cine goon a new ueiinun make for cash aw Mrs C W Hendrick and Miss Eleanor or troUe J I COOIKR Hawesville Ky B Hendrick are in Louisville visiting FOR SALE SOJA BEANS Mrs David Fairleigh SALIC JI or Soy Deans ami Cow leai 170II Joe and Will McGehee of Joulsvillo tf spent Suuday with his parents Mr and JL B UUIKsiiy l loyerport ijr Mrs June McGehee WANTED SCHOOL Please dont forget Mrs 0 W Hen d ricks sale at this place Thursday LD Ily firt clai experienced teacher Ilefeiencea exchanged a Spring school Everybody come March 2Hrd TUACHUH care IIkicuknkidgk Niwj Mr and Mrs David Fairleigh and fam Â¬ Address Othre ily of Louisville spent a most delightful FOR SALE MARE day with Mrs A Ditto Jr Sunday Mrs Anna BiokerstafT spent several I70R SAIU A mare lino further In and days of last week in Brandenburg visit l taddlewrila bukgyS anlnal lorHardinsburg MILLER K Iirmatlon ing friends and attending the revival tf Ky Mra W D Howard and daughter Mauriut a very intelligent aud beautiful FOR SALE FARM little miss speut last week with Mrs 0 acres K A good farm of about thimi Can jbo procured for nothing i a in To Take Thin pale anaemic girls need a fatty food to enrich Awwfeww www When you want Fancv Groceries Bread w WANTS t i jiiJoKruiti Cakes and 1 tv V W Mitchell proprietor of the Mitchell Hotel was in Hawesville last week looking up a location for his hotel says the Clarion Jesse Woatherholt Skillman and Misses Effle and Sallio Swaggot spent Sunday at Stephensport the gueatu of Mlaa Lizzie Hanks Or any other article in that lino go Miss Fannie Smith who has been at Â¬ to Bipples With every purchase of flye or ten centB you get a cou- Â¬ tending college at Pewee Valley near Louisville returned home last week to pon spend her vacation A DOLLARS WORTH of these U M Behen was in Owensboro Mon Â¬ CouponB entitles you to a beautiful day to act aa sub for an operator at that picture 8x12 point Hoyious is getting to be quite An THRB DOLLARS WORTH expert with the key entitles you to a picture 10x18 Mr and Mrs Tliqmas Eskrldpe of They t the kind that city Ekton spen Sunday and Monday at Bran stores charge you 50 cents and ono denburg visiting their daughter Mrs dollar forv Thomas Richardson Call atTtkV store and see these Between the high water high wavea beautifalhrlftft and high winds the high banks of the river on the Kentucky aide have been A sadly demoralized boy in this town who bad been A llttlo accused of crying indlgoanfly refuted I aint Im Just the charge and said Jettln my oyeB leak Mary Owen OeIi thats Leonard Onlzea baby ia learning tha alphabet Leonard ys aha inherited her literary teste frow her daddy KENTUCKY CLOVERPORT Kldd of the Buffalo DuUl Pr J Oysters vv gandy Cheese their blood give color to their cheeks and restore their It is health and strength safe to say that they nearly all reject fat with their food coit awn Uua doiiLL that In tho ordinary factory buggy Wo uae a fiil cushion cloth tome uo Wceuti weuwa II JOheatl lining pome uiMOcecti we use it era leather some uae 9 centi weurv II M roloraandvarnlfhea antneuaeTScent and ft WWB FAY ALMOST DOUllLB the price moat makeni l OUR OWN MAKE w waft TlWiSKTWl wnc ACME QUEEN palai tkrta cbaap 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OIL For sale by Short DR MOTTS CHEMICAL Haynes Druggists Cloverport Ky CO Cleveland Ohio THE VF rMV pyarflv what ihev reauiret it not only gives them the im 1 portant element cod liver oil in a palatable and easily di gested form but also the hypo phosphites which are so valua- Â¬ ble in nervous disorders that usually accompany aneemia SCOTTS EMULSION Is a fatty food that is more easily digested than any other form of fat A certain amount of flesh is necessary for health You can get it in this way News Opinions OF Kl ONLY BARGAIN National Importance Luclle with us again Mr and Mrs 0 W Hendrick have sold their property here to Mr Wm Baskttt of Ashcraft Tliov leave the lost of this month for McKlnuey Texas their future home Going Dawn Hill Hendrick Wo are very much delighted to have Mr and Mrs J Stuart Peckingpaugh and their beautiful little daughter W SAI between HI IT Ruling and Custer OK HAUniNbllUltO 1 300 HOUSE IN OLD KENTUCKY DANK tf forsalYortrade HAlH 70UInaiml rwn iuu aim law mill i engine a saw mill Vi The Sun ALONE CONTAINS BOTH Dally by mall by malf I have a Rood en- rnirl t rt Uf h L I will Kll wti nimi very cheap for cash or will trade tor a mule team Uardlntburg-Address JU11AI HOOK bK OK IKADK Is in FORDSVILLE Abraham Shapero Ky 4 6ajeir - TUITION Dally aDd Sunday SCayyr City Bakery sons to gain a pound a day while taking it toe anJ We have known per- Â¬ iioo ill dmt fUtf ChmUi SfcOTT BOWWE HW Yof t People autferhig from Kidney Disease feel a gradual but steady loss of strength and vitality They should lose no time a in trying Foleys Kidney Cure A It Fisher Guaranteed preparation Cloverport E A Witt Hardinsburg i r J lilKtKtiNiUDOlfNttVvb TlOll SAIK Certificate in Hrvant 1 Uuslners College Louisville Kv OKrlCE Stratton Apply to PROPRIETOR All F A BE AVI N The Sunday Sun la tho PRACTICAL SURVEYOK For information on but- voying write mo at CLOVERPORT KY One Minute Cough Cure cure That Is what It wu m4 far th world eitate or II 1 Ward dtceand will produce the tain prop erlr prayed on or Wore the Vtrsl day of April itigp 2 a Sy Prlci Sc a csff All parlUi Indebted to said cttate will come forward and nettle on or Ufoie tali date It UK1LLMAN Admr JAMK3 Addfe THO SUN New York pruary m i v Administrators Notice prou having claim aaaluit the greatest unday Newspaper la nil ptr MliliilT lllTTI fc 5ggTliniBBSinffii mmmmm J Mini pmmtmmm wiliii mi til i u i mmmmiitiiviti mmmmmlmiimmmimsauliimi mi i i mniiihin JwliS5B3BIHWWBWIHWWBBBHW minn mi a a v 446 r papm TnnirQ a ii iui awwt a k J Kentucky Crop Report t 1 Iff5 UNWISE FEEDING Ls Aa we visit farmers hog yards wo do Spring Budding csi An Export Expresses His Views on tho Subjeot FARM AND STOCK STARVATION A Nebraska larraer Condition of Crops and Live Stock March 1 1899 Bays that ho has been CURES able to cure his hogs ot CHOLERA woro received this month from 153 correspondents representing tlio cholera by starving TJEPOIITS JL ninety eight counties them lie Bays that he noticed that WHEAT thoy always wanted water when they be Â¬ Tho condition of tho wheat crop December 1st the date of the last report was came sick and many of them dtod at tho watering trough bo that ho took them 04 compared with avorago years As Bet out in that report there was a lengthy interval between the early sown and tho late sown wheat due to an unusually wet away from both food and water October wheat sowing being suspended for the groaler portion of the month The State Commissioner early sown wheat attained a growth that promised to withstand any wtathur test to LET CON- TRACT FOR ol Agriculture Moore which it might bo subjected This promise has been realized and at this date let the contract IbbI early wheat Is generally reported in excellent condition Late sown wheat wbb SEED week or the annual barely abovo ground at the advent of winter and the severe weather it has on supply ol seed to be distributed by his countered both in the early and latter parts of winter has left it in a condition department to Burpee Co of Philadel that may bo aptly described as a blue prospect Whole fields now appear with phia Fenn The amount to be expend out a vestige of growth above ground and while a few correspondents venture the ed mnB up to at out 10000 You can opinion that the roots are uninjured it will take some weeks of warm growing secure a supply free of charge by mak weather to develop tho full extent of damage As a rule there was an ample cov- Â¬ ing aDplication to the Commissioner at ering of snow during the extreme cold weather of February but falling as it did Frankfort on utmost solid sheet of ice tho bonlgn effects of the protection was in a measuio warmth of lost As th TO FORCE Answers to tho question Has wheat suffered from any cause during the winspring approaches the RHUBARB Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ system craves some fresh acid and nothing is more grateful than A more than satisfactory rhubarb practice is to coyer a couple of thrifty stools of rhubarb during this montht with an old half barrel inverted and pile around it green manure This will force it to quick growtii What will the pco pie do about burning plant beds when all the timber is cut offend all the land cleared asked which will not bo so very long one of our citizens of a farmer the other day The farmer replied that he guess Â¬ ed a way would be provided In such an emergency and in fact he said that some farmers were already using coal oil for that purpose and reported that it does MadiBonville Hustler very well PERTINENT QUESTION ter If bo state cause resulted in replies from 115 correspondents of which number 17 state that wheat Buffered from freeze and 18 say it has not been appreciably damaged during the winter Heavy rains particularly in the western section is another eource of no inconsiderable damage The condition for the Stato as a whole coraoared with average years is 80 which Is a loss of 14 points since December 1st For three preceding years the condition on March 1st was as follows 1898 92 187 88 and 18H0 88 The threo sections separately shows the following average condition as of this date Western 70 central 85 and eastern 88 The per cent of crop of 1803 still in tho hands ot farmers is estimated at SO On March 1st 1808 it was estimated that 17 per cent of crop of preceding year was then in the hand i of farmers On March 1st 1807 a similar estimate showed 9 per cent of the old crop in farmers hands The price of wheat March 1st averages C8c On March 1st 1808 the average price was 00c and Marco 1st 1807 the price was 84c CORN Estimate on tho precentage of corn crop of 180S still in farmers hands give tho amount at 42 per cent On March 1st 1808 the ptr cent of crop of preceding year in hands of farmers was 41 Â¬ Â¬ not wonder that disease in somo form or other sweeps away bo largo a per cent of tho nogs of the West every year says tho Wallaces Farmer We wonder rather that tho per cent Is not largor The meth ods of feeding on the majority of farms conducted by men who are not readers of first class agriculture papers are such as invite disease wo caro not by what name you call it Breeders invite dis fnso and tho invitation is usually Ac Â¬ cepted promptly by inbreeding not in- Â¬ tentionally but by not being familiar with tho extended pedigrees of their hogs and knowing how often they run back to tho same parentage It Is prop orly speaking close line brooding and between that and inbreeding or incestu- Â¬ ous breeding tbero Is not a very great difference In effect Farmers invite dis Â¬ ease by breeding from immature parents and keeping it up from year to year This does not produce disease but pro- Â¬ duces a low vitality which results in a large death rate when disease does strike LIVESTOCK The trying effects of the unusually severe winter on live stock has to some ex ABOUT TREE A correspondent of Greens Fruit Grower tentbeen mitigated by the abuudance of feed Still among youug stock and stock PLANTING I have planted unprovided with shelter the loss has been heavy and the Buffering intense paye The heaviest loss has been with lambs and young pigs Some correspondents estimate loss of lambs at 83J per cent of the crop Recent experience should lmprena upon farmers the economy of providing ample shelter for stock duriug the months of bad weather The condition of the various classes of live Btock average as follows Horses 04 cattle 00 sheep 89 and hogs 00 The conditions March 1st 1898 were 00 95 8S and 01 respectively show a notable absence of Replies to the question Have you hoz cholera this common diseas- 113 corresoondeuta answer in the negative and but ill in the affirmative THE EFFECTS OF THE FEBRUARY COLD WAVE The period from February 0th to 14th will he lone remembered as a season of Remarkable not only for the low temperature re phenomenal low temperature corded but also for pertinacity with which this temperature was maintained Covering a period of some ten days tho mercury rose above tho zero mark Minima of 10 to 2 1 and even as low as 30 degrees below zero were reported during this time In addition to the loss and suffering of liye stock already noted the injury to the fruit crop is far reaching Peaches will not only be a failure this year but the damage to trees is such that the crops far several years to coino will be affected The same is true of cherries and plums with the possible exception of sour Pears though Injur d to some extent still promise a fair yield Apples cherries have escaped injury save the injury to tree from heavy sleet in some sections Of the small fruits raspberries have suffered meat and will probably be n fail Straw Â¬ lire It is f ared too that the injury extends to the wild blackberries Lucas Moore berries have escaped injury so fir Commissioner of Agriculture i i tf perhaps 1000000 trees in my lifetime I have met with but few failures and cannot remember having watered any of theBe trees If the soil is made thor 6ughly fine before planting if the soil about the roots is pressed in very firm as firm as a fence post if the soil is left loose on top and kept continually loose by cultivation the trees will live even though the season mav be dry A great change has taken place in regard to the values placed upon heifers by buyers of cattle dusing the last few vears Before the dressed meat had developed shippers had discriminated against heifers and they could not Now the be sold for city slaughter large firms slaughtering cattle and ship Â¬ ping dressed beef to all the leading cities of the country buy heifers as readily as steers although they still try to get them at a slightly lower figure than steers of Farmers should there equal quality fore take as good care of their heifers as they do of their steers Glasgow Times the them Farmers invite disease whon they keep hogs in tho same pen ten fifteen or twen ty years until the soil beneath it and around it is thoroughly saturated With the excrement of the hog This would not bo particularly poisonous to another animal but by the operation of the well known law that the excrement of any animal is especially poisonous to itself it does reduce the vitality of the hog They furter invite disease by keeping hogs in the same pasture for porhaps a score of years without change except from Winter to Summer and from Summer to Winter without plowing up or rotating Especially and particularly they invite disease by a line of feeding which does not meet the requirements of a healthy hog They attempt to grow large vigorous healthy pigs on an all corn diet This may be done f it one generation or two but tho result is as certain as fate What is it A deficiency of muscle a deficiency of bone and an excessive development of Â¬ Â¬ - GREAT CHANGE A u u fat It means short chuffy hogs with email lung capacity and low vitality This is an old story Wo have told it before we will tell it again If you do not believe it find some farmer who feeds his growing pigs oats and barley and note their thrift and vitality We do not say that this will insure them against disease it will not but his hogo will have a power to resist disease whlca yours have not Â¬ Â¬ t ti Â¬ P Â¬ For frost bites burns indolent sores eczema skin disease and especially Piles De Witts Witch Hazel Salve stands first and best Look out for dishonest people who try to imitate and counter felt it Its their indorsement of a good Worthless goods are cot im article Get DeWitts Witch Hazel itated Haynes Salve Snort Â¬ Charcoal is a good thing for the pig a stomach Dont sifppose for a momon that cows Kinder a prominent Missouri fruit raster says There is ono offectivo of changing the varioty of fruit on bearing trees that is not generally do not ntied salt in winter Just try known or practiced namely by spring budding Top grafting ad usually per- Â¬ them and see formed Is a tedious uudertaklng and besides is a Be vere shock to tho tree and The Stanford Journal notes tho Bales of when unsuccessful leaves it woll nigh ruined as limbs one and evon two inches in several lots of corn at 160 per barrel nnd diameter are often cut off In budding this is avoided and as any ono the least ex- Â¬ five car loads of 1400 lb cattlo at 4J to pert at It can insert from five to ten buds in less time than required to put in ono Sets graft and properly wax It instead of multilating the treo the operator simply gees Permanent improvemenk of tho farm out farther on the branch and puts in the greater number in the same time Tbero is half the profit So long as the farm is is no appreciable difference iu the growth made by buds or grafts as buds can be growing bettor tho owner need not com Â¬ insortod as Boon as tho bark will peel which it will even before the new leaf plain even though his bank account fails growth is visible and in two weeks tho branch may be cut just beyond tho bud and to grow its growth is very rapid A prominent hog buyer in Cincinnati Top budding in tho fall is impracticable because by the time matured buds can in ansyer to an inquiry aa to his obsorva- The Berkshire be secured tho tree is not in that thrifty condition of growth necessary to make the tlon on this point said operation successful Not bo in the spring every condition essential to success Â¬ hog has the best backs of any hog that ful budding is present rapid growth cool weather and plenty of moisture and lives but a poor belly as it is too thin when buds are insortod in branches not over half an inch in diameter and proper- Â¬ A Southern exebango tells of a farmer ly tied 09 per cent will grow There is ono condition necessary to observe who keeps a flock of geese for tho special Branches from which the buds are to be cut should be secured before the sap starts purpose of paying ids taxes which ihey and be stored in a cool cellar or buried on the north Bide of a building or some- Â¬ easily did with their feathers and gos- Â¬ thing done that will bold them back until the trees to be budding are in free flow lings The same man kept a flock of of sap sheep which paid his grocery bills In budding I mako the crosscut necessary to lift the bark at tho lower end of If tbo tobacco market follows its usual tho perpendicular slit instead of across tho upper end as is usually practiced course now Is a good time to sell About Thore is every argument in favor of making the cross cut below and pushing tho the time for sowing tobacco beds the bud up instead of the reverse It is well known that the growth that fastens the market usually becomes quite strong bo bud inserted is the returning flow of the thickened Bap which leaves a woody de- Â¬ that farmers are tempted to make prepar- Â¬ posit under the bark constituting the growth of the tree When the cross cut is ations for a large crop Winchester mado above together withtho more or less mutilation attondlng the insertion of Democrat the bud the returning flow of sap must go around this multllation to reach it Mr JoBlah Smith of Burgln Bold 8000 When the bud is pushed up this obstruction is avoided This may appear a small bushels of wheat to Tennessee parties matter but it is groat enough oftentimes to make just the difference between suc- Â¬ last week at from 70 to 70 cts per bushel cess and failure as I have often proven by teats made where conditions were ex- Â¬ Most of the farmers in Fanlconer actly similar Where conditions are right budding can bo done successfully either neighborhood asked 9185 per barrel for way but in worklngthe cherry or other species difficult to propagate then it is corn Mr Will Staynes of Faulconer well worth testing has sold 300 barrels of corn at 1 75 per Spring budding can bo made extremely valuale to nurserymen where their suc- Â¬ barrel Harrodsburg Democrat cess was poor because of unfavorable conditions the previous fall I am surprised There were 1000 cattle at the Rich that tho practice is not more general because success is very much more certain mond cattle pens Monday says the reg- Â¬ than Fall budding I think many may consider cutting off tho branch or young ister Prices ruled higher than last tree efterin full leaf and it will be by the time the bud adheres would seriously court ranging from 3 to CJ cents the check the vigor of came but a trial will convince them of their error latter figure being tbe estimated price paid for several lots sold by the head without being weighed Good steers OF CORN ROT ON STOCK EFFECT brought 4 to 5 cents heifers 4 to 4J cts Residing in the corn belt of Illinois and my profession being that of a veterin- Â¬ arian I have many opportunities of seeing the deleterious effects caused by stock About 25 mules were offered andanum ber brought from 50 to 76 eating rotten corn says Geo B Jones of Illinois in the American Agriculturist No matter what your hens are you can Â¬ This last fall most of tho corn on the stalks throughout this section was badly affected with mold or rot which I believe was caused by tho Eurotium glaucw spok- Â¬ raise a nice flock of chickens if you will en of by Dr Mayo of Kansas As to this mold haying an ii junous effect ou stock try Choose pure bred roosters of some that eat it I heartily agree with Mr Mayo Since the third day of last November good varieties Light Brahmas Plymouth I have been called to sue at least 150 cattle which had stapgerd or so called enzoo- Â¬ Rock or any other good kind as you tic cerebritls In eyery case I have seen it was directly traceable to the eating of may prefer Choose well shaped eggs of rotten corn I do not know of a single caso in Btock that had not had access to this moderately thick shells Let each hen have her own nest and shut her in let- Â¬ corn symptoms in each case are very similar being those of paralysis of limbs ting her in once a day to feed or roll in The constipation of bowels suppressed urine elevated temperature and a wild vacant the dirt A few leaves of tobacco among stare from the eyes The first symptom usually seen is staggering unsteady gait the straw of the nest is godd where you tending to pitch on the head which is soon followed by inability to rise when down are troubled with lice My experience has been that most cases yield to treatment if takon before or soon SPRING 1899 after they get down but nearly all cases that have been down 48 hours before treat- Â¬ ment was begun have succumbed some lingering however as long aa two months but never being able to rise although eating a little all the time I have also been Fruit and ornamental trees shrubs Informed by twddiffereut farmers that their hogs died from the effect of eating rot- Â¬ mall fruits everything for orchard ten corn but I had no chance of seeing them while sick nor holding post mortem den and employ no agents butlawn and garWe sell direct at reasonable prices examination I have seen no bad effects among horses not becauee they are as logueson application Strawberry and tree rata susceptible as cattle bat because they will not eat tho rotten coru even if half H F HlLLENMEYIin- Lcxington Ky starved U hen you write mention this paper JG -- Trees Plants Vines Â¬ ti to THE NEWS FROM a r ra 3 EVERYWHERE ALL AROUND THE WORLD stored to a proper trim and joined the tions be removed The Britisli Colonial anti Semite Libre Parole He also throws last monthly revolution It was headed Fouadron under Admiral Deweys com- office has askf d that the restrictions be Gen De Boisdeffre over and Bays he will bv General Reyes whose army consisted mand modified hut the people say nit and be expelled from the army of Captain Kennedy and sixteen Ameri- Â¬ will stand by their word at any cost can Rough Riders They never fought a battle The yankees were willing but A GREAT FEAT TROUBLE BREWING IN SOUDAN General Reyes thinking that he had BIG ROW IN CHURCH CIRCLES Advices from Vancouver B 0 by the Uncle Sam has his FilipinoB and John a merry war going on in the steamer EmprebS of India eay There bitten off more than he could chew got Theres Bull las his Madhists in the Soudan frightened and one dark night skipped Both are pretty big White Mens bur- Church of England across the pond arrived in Shanghai recently two dis out with 40000 leaving his army in the dens When General Lord Kitchener The church is split into factions one tinguished gentlemen travelers Prof side calling itself ritualistic and the other Futterer of Karlsruhe geologist and Dr Boup The army surrendered without with bis British soldiers slaughtered The antis say that the Holterer of Lorrach of Baden who have firing a shot It was allowed to return 10000 Soudan warriors under the Khalifa anti rituahstic to the United States It says it has had in a single battle a fow months ago he ritualists are drifting to Romanism and just crossed North eastern Thibet from they arekicking to boat tho band The Turkestan discovering the source of tho enough Nicaragua revolution to last it a thought he had administered a thrashing long time At an nnti Yellow river and entering China by tbe wIioeo effects would last for all time He fight has crept into politics ritualistic meeting at Yarmouth Eog was wrong northwest reaching Hankow and civili- Â¬ El Madhi is the great pro CHINA WILL APOLOOIZE phet of those people Kitchener had the Vicar of Gorleston a ritualist got on zation by Han river A week or two ago the Italian govern Tho profrBsor has left for home via the Madhis tomb torn down and the his ear and pounded the face of Preacher body of the prophet thrown into the Charles Edmund Wincott so artistically Japan and the United States The two ment demanded of China a coaling sta Â¬ river He failed to capture tbe Khalifa that his mother wouldnt know him gentlemen left Germany on November tion at San Mun bay Backed by some The latter is now at El Obed in the Needless to say Brother Wincott was an 10 1807 accompanied by a German ser- Â¬ European power whose Identity remains a secret Italy after China had refused vant desert southwest of Omdurman where anti her request despatched war vessels to 10000 of his warriors were killed and HOPE FOR DREYFUS San Mun bay and eiezed a station She has an army of 0000 fanatics all eagor to BURLESQUE REVOLUTION to fight to retain it For a die if by so doing they each can send The London Daily News publishes an Nicauragua has junt recovered from her threatened time it looked like war was inevitable the soul of a British soldier to eternity interview with Count Ferdinand Walsiu but China has signified that she will beg Esterhazy who is represented as having pardon for standing up for her rights said THE MIKADO PROTESTS The dismemberment of China has be- Â¬ The fireworks of the Dreyfus affair OF The British Columbia legislature has aro only justjjommencing Ono thing Is gun and a blind man can Bee her finish passed a law prohibiting the immigration certain It is all up with Gen De Bois of Japanese It is similar to qpr Chinese deffre He and Gen Roget are responsi Â¬ FIRES THE HALE REBELS exclusion laws The white miners ble for Col Henrys foraery and death A month or two ago the natives of Sa Â¬ woodmen and fishermen demanded it as All the excitement however will end B F BEARD President moa had a civil war The adherents of they dread the yellow peril of cheap Jap in amoke and the pardon of Dreyfus WILL MILLER Vice President Tanus Malietoa fought he followers of labor and do not want a Japanese colony M H BEARD Cashier The Paris correspondent of the Dally King Mataafa The latter won Mataafa formed on the Canadian Pacific coaBt News who secured tho interview says G W BEARD I has revenged himself by banishing all The Mikado has got Ids back up because There is a curious connection be Â¬ MORRIS ESKRIDGE VDIREOTOR8 bis male enemies from Apia He has his people are put on a level with the tween this statement by Eaterhazy nnd J a R M JOLLY sent them to tho island of Tutuila As Chinese He demands that the restric statement lnade by M Drumont in the INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS the natives of Tutuila are followers of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HAPPENINGS IN ALL CLIMES roboers His name wasFather Vlctorien and he was a missionary He was most cruelly tortured I have been afflicted withrheumatism nothing seemed to give any relief I was able tobe around all the time but constantly Buff ering I had tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try Cham- Â¬ berlains Pain Balm whlcli I didTand was immeately relieved and in abort time cured I am happy to say that it has not since returned Josu Edoab Germantowh Oal For Bale by A B Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman Stephensport for fourteen years and ed he pa Th iw ley nat liac pri pee cut Bali anc tor lias and THEY WERE COWARDS A naval officer who has jiibt returned to London from Hong Kong gives a graphic description of the appearance presented by the two former Spanish cruisers Isla de Cuba and Isla de Luzon which when he left were being fitted up at the Kowloon and Whampo docks for Admiral Dewey According to his ac Â¬ count the charges of cowardice against tho Spanish naval officers at Manila are justified for careful examination has shown that the Isla de Cuba had not been struck by any American projectile while the Isla de Luzon had only been hit twice once by a small projectile which damaired the couning tower and once by a Bix inch shell which dis mounted one of the guns It seems that tiie Spanish officers ran their vessels for the shore rather than fight and opened the sea plugs In order that the vessels might sink They sank in shoal water and according to the naval officer the superstructures and up- Â¬ per decks in fact all parts of the two ships that remained above water were burned by orders of Admiral Dewey when he received news of tho dispatch ot the extraordinary squadron from Spain which it may be remembered never got any further toward Mauila than the Suez canal The two cruisers were built iu England at Armstrongs works and although the iron work had been badly buckled by the fire and the machinery rusted by a stay of five months under water they have probably by this time been re Malietoa Tanuj the exiles are among friends and are having a picnic PLAYED FOR HER DEATH SERVICE A queer story comes from St SchoIaB tique Provinco of Quebec Canada Mrs Cordelia Poirier who with Samuel Par slow were hanged there Saturday for the murder of her husband asked as a last favor that her parlor organ be brought into the jail so that she could play and sing the musical part of her own death service At the requeit of her priest they were bung back to back a black curtain separating them MME BIANCHINI CONVICTED A dispatch itom Paris says that Mme diaries Bianchini wife of the famous scenic artist of that name and whose trial began on Monday was on Wednes- Â¬ day sentenced to five years penal servi- Â¬ tude As she was leaving the court room the prisoner made n futile attempt to commit suicide by stabbing herself with a bat pin JOHN A BISHOP President Vit President R BSSETT Cashier DAN ORILEY BANK Grayson County Bank ESTABLISHED 881 Â¬ HARDINSBURC-- POPE VERY WEAK The Pope has been left by his illnees in a weakened and depressed state He thinks ho will not find the strength to resist another illness and Is therefore anxious to create tho required numbor of new Cardinals soon EATEN ALIVE A Catholic priest was literally eaten alive at Hwel Fel province China by Leitchfield Kentucky Capital Stock 100000 Paid in 15000 IHIEREST FAIDOHPSBrOSlTS UE BiVSKEXT jri aqt i BASKETT COAL Is a superb fuel for use in flouring mills tobacco factories saw mills and manu- Â¬ t h i hat I j Jlt AAl ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO vi vfjTrW f i U 1rfty VHraajHl VjVi j llr9i irto h ffy Vi LB m facturing plants iH lifl m ih Tfii IH II il n H vi ii ii ii Ti H 4 SPECIAL PRICES in if i i 9n -- COVIv v IMy it CARLOAD LOTS TV A r N Iv K fWtr sWlM I I HI I - smrnl i J ftr mm mv 8 jjD JISHpS m1 3rVTfB fffismMBa LMjUMIgJJIlU CTT HBM -- TMBWtiBnaKgyj 1111 MMfiiiiin If matjifck- - UJIJIeMr t f jgygjr NEW STORE READY FOR BUSINESS Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAHOH IB 1800 PA I NFS CELERY COMPOUND Never Failed to Cure Diseases of the Kidneys and Liver IF YOU WANT Fancy Groceries California Fruits Nuts Cabbage Potatoes Brontl and Cakes Cigars and Tobacco Queenswaro Glassware Stationery PERSIMMON FLAT Dewey Will let 13500 Admiral Dewey now ranks as blah as any naval officer in tho world and out Â¬ ranks by two grades all other military men In the United States foran Admiral C - J HENSELS irvenc3 tcn jecy WITH GO TO SEND NO MONEY too jaarmifkiatfai our Speolol Offer Price S15G0 and f night chenjee The machlns weight 120 poundf and the freight will average 75 cents fnreach MO miles GIVE IT THREE MONTHS TRIAL In your own noma and we will return your H5W any day iou are not satisfied Waaall allTtreat nates sea sraaas if itawiaiat Mwtiuwiiw ii2w ana up ail or wnlcn are fully eacrlbedlnOar rre sawiarniesiae aierue du 9iD 00 for Ikli 7 DIIAWER BUBDIOK la the arreataat value ever offered by any houso VOUR OHDIjl cut wife dout and lend to us ana we will send OUR HIGH GRADE BUKDlCK SEWIMI MACHINE brfreitM C O P You canesamlnelt at rear eir-ibjtt taialiiU If ttt rreltkt Sest and marsfound parnrlir aatiliirsclorr exactly as represented anal lata eiaers tail hun at PIOOO sad T1IK URkiTIRT niKOll TUII KtlR 1IK1KII UK nr su riw teallatllli j We are havlntr plenty of rain People Are busy burning plant beds Mr 0 A Adkteson was the Kueet of Miss Jennie Blake Sunday Joe Basharn and wife were visitlnjr Em met Hawkins and wife Sunday The crocks and branches are on a boom and the people are busy fixing up water gates Mrs Joseph B Kirg lias moved to Oloverpo t aid is living in the Rich Mattingly houK in Eastland AikhIs visited the home of Mr and Mrs Walker White and took their inftuit twins Mttry and Joo the girl aged about tlilitv mlnutpp and lltn boy four hours We cannot thli k of them as dead Who brtatlir with ua no mote Alnrg the path of life we trend They have but git e before And when the morning ol their lire Drew nearer to a cli se Twas then the tollers left their task And lou ht that blessed repite Then drawn nr irer to Thee UI Lord And jul e us by Thy love Thut whei our task on e irth is done We ull shall meet above is equal to a General and a Vice Ad Â¬ lyimL miral is equal to a Lieutenant Goneral sTs but the latter rank expired with Gen Sheridan and tiie former with Admiral Porter Tho pay ol the General of the army and tiie Admiral of the navy when was year and we had them 13500 a that is what Admiral Dewoy will receive Loifill Henderson St Louis Rr Co Tho pay of the Lieutenant General anil the Vice Admiral is 12000 a year but rime Card In Effeot Pec4 1848 both those ranks are vacant Gen Miles although he calls himself the Goneral KAST HOUND Commanding of the army receives the No 41 No 44 IVo 46 pay or a Major General which is 7500 a year Deweys pay lias been 0000 a St Louis Lv 7 66n 8 55pm Hvansvllle 6 5Mm 2 20pm 2 45am His new lUg as a Henderson year as Rear Admiral 7 IS 2 u 3 III Baskets 7 31 3 01 3 23 full fledged Admiral is a equaro blue Spottsville 73H 3 7 3 28 ground with four white stars and ft ha ads 7 45 3 13 Worthlngton 7 52 3 20 3 39 not floated at the masthead of a ship Stanley 7 88 3 20 1 44 8 01 3 21 since tho death of Admiral Farragut be Griffith Mattingly 8 07 3 33 cause while Admiral Porter held that Owensboro 8 18 4 00 344 8 27 Iates 3 53 rank he did not go to sea PowersIforRoclcportInd 8 28 4 01 418 It rest with too whether yon mntlnn thacafatsji ramovas the desire for tobarro wlkh- ont Barvouadlatraaa atpels nlco 11 HaWr tine purines the blood ra -stores lost manhood ooObosae ftT1 M I TOU strong makes I 400000 IntwalthnervegffPJ g I VaAeuesrnrrd bur andpocket TO IIAftrom own druritlit who 2S sf 11 kWwlllToaehforus Take It with One aSM Kf 1 bo wlllpallntlrperslitently SIM SI usually rarest S botes bvPT fnaranteedtoenreorwe refund money SBBW tlarUat lmmm4l Ca Calaafe Mlraai law lari Vfl lyonr LNO Vti r jf f IflH wl IvMlc Ilk lsoH Henderson Route- Â¬ THE BURDICK naa point moaero improvement every1 rood of every mgn graoe macntne made with the defects of none nadabrfhabit Mltrta Amrlea aw pirnu DUbiHuiauoMiit fiui tviftR iduii ion dicicvob irajnabearing polUh flneat nickel drawer pulls rests i caatere ball adjustable treadle renulno Smyth Iron atand finest large high arm neaamaoe positive iourmouon xeeo Beitinroaaing YiDiat lag shuttle automatlo bobbin winder adjustable bearings pat ent tension liberator Improved loose wheel adjustable preiier WITHJ 114 in loot improve snutuf carrier pniont neeoie oar WIWW1 patent dress guard GUARANTEED Ikallsktest matlt Mtdor Kery anawa klf aad aaartat aolvlas aealaeiaaea attaekaif at la faraliaed sad oar Free Instruction Boole tells just howanyone can run It and doelther plain or anyklnd of fancy work A OO TEAIt nfTATlATJTlQlS laaant with eTeiaviriAhln IT COSTS YOU NOTHING to s and examine this machine compare It with those your storekeeper sells at 84aoo to sj00oo and then If convinced you are savin SBO OO to S3S00 pay your freight agent the 11000 WB TO HkTCRI TOlll SlllO It at aar Una wltkla larae ataatka ia aay yea ORDER TOnit areaeUailaed 0011 UILiT Scars UoebuckCo are thoroughly reliable Editor WRITE FOR FREE CATALOGUE SEARS ROEBUCK CO CHICAGO ILL inrr Discovered By a Woman Another great discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this country Disease fastened Ills clutches upon her and for seven years she with Â¬ stood its severest test but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed Imminent For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for consump tion and was so much relieved on tak Â¬ ing first dose tliatjslie slept all night and with two bottles has been absolute- Â¬ ly cured Her name is Mrs Luther Lutz Co of Thus writes W C Hamnick Shelby N C Trial bottles free at Short Haynes Drug Store Regular size 50c and SI Every bottle guaranteed Â¬ Waltman Lewlsport Ilawesvitle I for Canneltonft Teil City falcon Ietrie 8 ft 62 1 U 4 13 4 19 4 28 on 9 23 9 35 9 40 900 433 a in 4 49 6 00 5 03 4 31 4 39 M 4 8 6 07 Sktllmin JJr Bulls Cough Syrup is a remark ci Shops Cloverport Holt Addison Stephensport Sample 952 100 1U30 HI 51 518 6 31 B10 125 620 1lerce 10 08 10 13 5 22 5 0 62 51 567 603 610 617 543 ZiiSSBgBjjSiZg A dry tickling hacking cough the nu pli n lurks near needs no other dm t rbutlr Hulls Couh fajrup tt poil tive V cures t bloat und limit trouble able medicine waroiKtlut When ynu write r i iitlnn this paptr CHENAULT MissEtta May Frymire is slowly Im- Â¬ IrvinRton Quston Ekron llrandenburir I one Ilrsnch Hock Haven Willow Dal Howard Kentucky Street Louisville Union Dep Webster 1022 1088 1062 U0O 11 542 660 603 010 618 82 634 6 41 6 45 10 1119 1128 1134 630 Westloin 1143 Ar VVVSWWWAVVAWAWliA 645 1221pm 7F0 715 12 35pm 7 45pm 1 3iam 66a H50tm 055 AAAAAAAAAAWVW V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW - The profound and comprehensive n pressed the use of Paines celery comvesications of Prof Edward E Phelps pound will drive away the rheumatism the discoverer of Paines celery com- pain or the fit of indigestion and correct pound have robbed disease of much of the failing appetite which keeps pace so closely with the digestive power its alarming charactur Natuto has provided in the liver a Here is a heartfelt letter as it was stfi guard without which everyone would written on Dec 112 last by Mrs William slightest imprudence in die from the The blood loaded with poisons Nelson who is cashier of the Central Re- Â¬ diet reaches the liyer the excreting function lief Committee of Chicago of that org in arrests them and they are I have used Paines Gentlemen thrown back to the bowols This is the compound seyeral action of the healthy liver but this per celery two years for liver times for the and kidney netual overwork at last does what over past I have swnlled up and felt sick functional activity does for other orgnns trouble medicines never impairs or destroys their excreting and bad The doctors celery helped power and ODuns the door to Brlghts always me but Patausnothing compound did There is like it It Paines celery disease and diabetes compound enables the liver to work is splendid Nerve tension is disguised under a without tearing itself to pieces It sup plies nervous energy to the ortrin and great many symptoms that induce prevents Irritation It purifies thi blood thoughtless people to apply some useless and does not leave the whole purifying local remedy wlien the pnly lasting re- Â¬ News Oflice Cloverport task to one ogan whether liyer kidney lief will come from puritied blood kid- Â¬ Over Gardners Store HarditiBburp or bowels It obyiates the collapse of neys arotiHrid to work stom tcii secreting any one of these organs and prevents abundance of digestlvo juices and a yVVVVVVVVWVVVVVVVVVAfVVVVVVVV toned up state of the nerves For this disease Lucile It not only regulates the nervous organ- Â¬ there is no nend of further proof as to ization but directly nourishes it sends the value of Paines celery compound Rey E Edwards pastor of the English more and better blood to supply the than can be furnished by the readers taptist Church at MJnersville Pa when wasted nervous tissues and takes the own neighbors if you will take the pains kidneys to make inquiries The best test of the ifTtiring with rheumatism was advised killing Btrain from the When pains appear in different parts value of Paines celery compound is to try Chamberlains Paiu Balm He of the body and one feels tired nud de try it 1 1 A few applications cf this lini ays neut proved of great service to me It ubdued the inflamation and relieved the The Cooking of n Coin Contrast in Weather aiii Should any sufferer profit by glv A successful experiment was recently British weather has differed greatly tig Pain Balm a trial it will please me made at Columbia University in boiling from the weather dished out to this side bor sale by A R Fisher Oloverport When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed away a silver dime The dime was cut of the big pound Feburary was a y R A Shellman Stephensport is the discovery of an eminent physician to cure you in strips and laid in the cup of one of the month of extraordinary mildness No Interruption of Business No Knife carbons of an arc light The pointed throughout Great Britain One day was Poor flust Insure B carbon of the arc was placed above this the warmest known for that month with Â¬ first treatment brings immediate relief It has The The latest experiment in municipal and a strong curreut turned oo TJndKr in CO years The thermometer rose in cured thousands and will euro you It I government has been attempted in some the intense heat the dime melted sim- Londou to 70 degrees in the shade mx T S WILCOX prominent merchan MR of Hie smaller cities of England in the mered and then boiled like water In was summer weather The continent and chief of the Chattanooga Fire Depart H way of compulsory insurance for the two minutes it bad boiled away to vapor lias had the same sort of weather reo On After years of suffering DONS PILE OIN Aire poor upon their lives limbs and proper Prof Pupin who conducted the experi- tiiis side the February weather was the to me The use of one box effected ommended I ty It is considered a legitimate substi- Â¬ ment gleans I voluntarily give you this statemert hoping It declared any aubsteuce on earth coldest for years and March bo far has I mCS uf- of bringing your wonderful remedy to the atten tute for alms houses hospitals asylums even granite rock may be boiled away been like unto it fering with plies and other public charities There is al Â¬ in similar fashion if only sufficient heat Price 100 Prepaid to any Address ready a law in England requiring manu is brought to bear on it He also stated Coughed 25 Years facturing companies to insure their em- Â¬ that any gas or liquid would freeze if it I suffered for 23 years with a cough ployes against accident but this plan could be submitted to puflluientcold and spoilt hundreds of dollars with doc- Â¬ CHATTANOOGA TENN proposes a system of paternalism under tors and for medicine to no avail until I To Consumptives which a municipal government requires This used Dr Bells As an honest remedy Folevs Honey remedy makes weak lungs strong the people within its jurisdiction to pay I a small tax or fee weekly monthly or and Tar does not hold out false hopes in has saved my life J B Rosell Grants quarterly as the caso may be as a pre- Â¬ advanced Binges but truthfully claims to burg 111 idiiHaBJiPjEaaMsJanaBjraanmanfltHV mium for insurance that will prevent give comlort and relief in the very worst them and their families from becoming cases and in tiie early stages to effect u A Populous Human Hive mmmMmmtmMiiaieiBfr hi inumi iruinrr public charges in case of death or acci cure A R Fisher Cloverport E A RATCSk Tfiemcktcentr llu looaUaR The birth rate in Great Britain is stead0 v pm 0AV dent The compulsory fees are nominal Witt Hardinshing etal iKl cltu ily increasing and the population is 5fefe -but tbo person insured may voluntarily growing at a rapid rate in spite of emi- Â¬ Persian Railroad increase them and the benefits will be gration From 28000000 in 1888 it had accordingly vxtonded writing A newspaper correspondent grown to 31000000 in 1800 Sanitation from Moscow states that the Russian especially in ihe great cities has worked Working Night and Say Government is extending its plans for a wonders having in thirty years re Â¬ The busiest and mightleet little thing railway through Persia so as to take in duced the mortality from consumption that ever was mado is Dr Kings New Arabia and the Red sea country There fifty per cent and from other diseases in Life Pills Every pill is a sugar coated is already a Russian railway from Rrsht n proportion globule of health that changes weakness on the Southwestern coast on the Cas Â¬ into strength lUtlessness into energy pian sea to Kasbln near Teheran The Surprising Development iOHNSON brain fag into mental power Theyre Rtissian plan to carry a railway line from I L Last year the United States imported wonderful in building up the health Teheran to Bushlr on the Persian gulf 2280 horses worth 200000 and exported Hay is extended not abaudoned and the Only 25c per box Sold by Short In over 51000 horses worth 0000000 project when developed will give railway nes 1890 this countrv imported 38248 horses European communication between and exported only 3500 The figures Plalrf Spoken Russia and Northeastern Africa besides show a surprising development in one A clergyman tells Tit Bits a good story making possible the mobilization of article of foreign trade in which he had a hand It is his rale troops near the Afghan frontier he says to uso the plainest words possi- Â¬ Have you a cough A dose of BAL- Â¬ nenuty m lllooa Deep O rrTTj ble in his sermons a habit which might LARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP will TJ CM No Clean blood means a clean skin K by way of contrast strike some congre- Â¬ beauty without it Cascarcts Candy Catbar relieve it Price 25 cents and 50 cents preach- Â¬ tic clean your blood and keen it clean by gations very forcibly Once after A R Fisher lazy liver all ing In a strange church he received a stirring up the the body and drivingday imBegin to to purities from BRgfoRm Not Very Fatal heartfelt eulogium for the next day a banish pimples boils blotches blacklieads sweep who had been in church was and that sickly bilious complexion by taking In its weekly report closing March Cancaret beauty for ten cents All drug g asked what he thought of the visiting gisU Mtistaction guaranteed 10c 25c 60c the Ohio State board of health says that MTi1klaaAafciaaaMj clergyman out of the 10 11 cases of small pox re- Â¬ I like him he replied he dont use A New Excuse ported to it but nine deaths have oc- Â¬ A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and no grammatical words The Interior Journal says that n cer- Â¬ curred This rate makes the disease tain Stanford Ky man who sometimes even less fatal than chicken pox for VlUy Cent EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN Guaranteed tobacco baUlt euro makes weak gets in his cups went home late the oth- Â¬ Btit Will Be Scarce men atrooa blood pure Wo f L All drugguu er night when his wifo In no pleasant CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED old fisherman who has been watch- Â¬ An tone of uolce asked him where he bad Tubes by Mail 76 cents bottles so cents Out In Force Jess to prar meeting he innoÂ¬ ing the streams in this vicinity says that been - - 310 North Main JAMES F BALLARD Sole Motor ST LOUIS WO Two hundred stamp collectors stood in cently replied Your breath dont minnows will be scarce this year They Crawfish at the New York post oflice last smell like it snapped the wife line Now are killed by cold weather iFdr Bale by A R Fisher Oloverport Ky week to purchase a full set of periodical you think Ive been drinking but you are plentiful and are already making aT TI and newspaper stamps the use of wnlch are wrong again he answered It was their appearance The sot of communion night baa been discontinued M HARDIN If you have a cough throat Irritation Brandeubuig Ky twelve stamps ranging from 100 to lo weak lungs pain in the chest difficult ll Fpurlli St TJOufsville Ky is sold for 15 A Crop That Paid breathing croup or hoarseness let us Zade Hpdgkln a Olark county farmer suggest Ono Minute Cough Cure Al Â¬ averaged 1000 pounds of tobacco to the ways reliable and Baft Sboit Haynes I acre on a farm that coat him only f 18 25 Ills First Cigar per acre a abort while since He receiv- Â¬ Por Infants aad Children iaaaa J a A contemporary truthfully observes ed an average of 8 cents per pound for TiM Yu Rati Always Iwckt the crbpk which means that he received that a boy never feels bo near heaven at Every Wednesday iuu Tliursilay after the INIRVIHGTON Alonduy In Each Month 80 per acre for Ms tabacco more than when he is lighting his flist cigar or so Eoorth Boars the threo times what the Jand cost him on near the ether place as when he la tin Dlfiicalt work nuch AflBridgf 8 and Orowno a Bpecialty Signature of UhlDg It quo yW crop Latest appliaacea used Good work guarnteed Â¬ HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY PREPARED TO PRACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS OFFICES proving Mrs Harry B Cunningham was the gueBt of Mrs Abe Bennett Thursday Mr William Frymire has returned from Louisville and reports a good time I fear if the rain continues the Ohio river will do much dHiuuge to the farm era MfcBars Jno W Frymire and Abe Bennett returned home from Lonisville Friday Wonder what caueed such an excite- Â¬ ment one day last week Ask the sec- Â¬ ond party Mrs Lena Brodie has returned home after a few days visit with her mother Mrs Gllllland of Preston Our correspondent last week mention- Â¬ ed Misses Allen and Warfleld singing at the party My Girls a High BonLady which I must say was a mistake for neither of the young ladies sing the song nor do they know it und both do feel much distressed over such being said of them when innocent I hope the readers of the News will remember it as an error WKST HOUND No Louisville Union Dep Kentucky Street 41 No 43 No 45 Lv 7 41am 4 60pm 7 55 8 2d 8 29 5 01 faipm 845 918 931 9 4l 951 9 57 10 02 10 08 A Fine Investment Â¬ Talking about possible damage to the fruit crop recalla a little story A few yeary ago during a severe spoil in April a peach grower came to town and said I saw icicles on my peach trees this morning Ill sell out the chances of the whole- business for 25 A citizen took him up on that proposi- Â¬ tion planked down the money and re- Â¬ ceived a deed to that years crop It was certainly bad business on the peach growers part but ho was game and wouldnt back out That year the man to whom be sold out realized 700 on his 25 investment But he and the peach grower were never They seen to Bhake bauds afterwards didnt get along well together Atlanta Constitution - Wt Ioint Howard Kkron 637 5 40 5 53 6 09 tVJO Willowdale Rock Haven Long U ranch 83f S50 8 43 8 69 9 08 9 16 9 21 9 32 9 40 9 47 9 51 10 00 10 04 10 06 - 101R 10 22 548 600 618 6 6 6 7 43 61 V 07 llrandenburg Irvington iuiton Lodiburg 1ierce Sample Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops Skllman Hawesville for Cannelton Webster 1014 10 712 7 20 7 21 7 27 24 1031 0 26 10 46 10 49 739 7 43 7C4 Petrie Tell City I I 1033 1043 10 801 1059 1108 1119 1116 1139 11 Lewlsport Waitman Owensboro Mattingly Griffith Heads Spottsville Baskets Henderson Evansville St Louis Falcon 60 1050 11 04 11 ID 812 818 833 42 8 53 9 A 8 8 27 Powers iforKockport latcs Ind 1119 1130 1140 1151 Stanley Worthlneton 1159ltr 12 07pm 12 14 1160 916 9 21 9 25 9 32 9 39 9 47 68pm 12 15am 1220 12 3 12 J 9 12 22 12 2J 12 45 954 1Q 10 iiiHjiTgin It Dr Bulls Cough Syrup the peoples friend has been in use over fifty years It cures the severest alTection of the throat and lungs such as bronchitis grippe laryngitis and incipient consumption Ar 7 32pm 111 1040pm 1255 125 7 20am Â¬ Irlce only 2s cents a Lottie J Hi Why Suffer Agony Earnings of Artists Adelina Patti has earned as mucli as 350000 a year though at present 50000 a year represents her musical income Melba has received 150000 for a full Sarah Bernhardt makes years work 70000 a year and Rosa Bonlieurspaint Ingi for one year have sold for 190000 Nos 4 and 46 have Pullman Iluflet Sleeping Cars and elegant high back seat Passenger Coaches through between I ouUville Hvansvllle and bt Louis without change Nos 41 and 44 have elegint high bick seat Pass Â¬ enger Coaches and Parlor Car service through be- Â¬ tween Louisville Kvansyitle and St Louis without Nos 41 and 43 have Parlor Cars and Coaches between Louisville and Hvansvllle withn out change H C JIORDUK A G P A Louisville Ky change clant Â¬ L H St L Â¬ Red Hot From the Gun TAKING EFFEOT 3PT 10 1898 Was the ball that hit G B Steodman Kast Bound Train of Newark Mich in the ICivil War It West Hound Tralus caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment STATIONS tNo 2 tNo 4 Then Bucklena fNo3 tNo6 helped for 20 years Cures Cuts Arnica Salve cured him Bruises Burns Boils Felons Corns Best Pile cure on earth Skin Eruptions Sold 25 cts a box Cure guaranteed Haynes Druggists by Short 6 45pm 7 08 7 19 7 28 7 45 10 11 11 TIME TABLE No 10 h FordsvVIe Branch Â¬ 11 24 60am Lv Irvington Ar 9 0flam 5 45pm 1131 1150 762 8 01 82 1157 12 09pm 12 12 DON CHEMICAL COMPANY 860 30 55 98 915pm 9 00 105 113 120 Dally Itockvale Asklns Oaks ArKordsvtlleLv arFallsRoughlv 715 6M 6 44 Garheld Harned Hardinsburg Kirk Jolly Glendeane 8 35 8 21 811 8 01 7 64 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 7 42 611 63Jatr 3 3 3 21 3 ttptn 20 09 00 46 39 27 10 3S 29 ill M iw Pine-Tar-Hon- jlssssssK sssErrnr Ml 11 ImVd 1 TvMr3Cia V I HmSLMKLiyrK WmtWmB JsW sssssssssssBf VsssssssssH ssssssssssssH Trains 414s 43 and 44 connect nt Irvington with Trains Nos 3 and c for points on Fordsville branh Trains 2 3 4 and 5 run daily Trains Nos a and 4 connect at Irvington with Main Line trains 41 4a 43 and 4a It ir Safety Comfort J w Most fascinating Inven Â¬ tion of tho ogo Alwajs ready to entertain It rcnilrcs noeklll tooper atolt and reproduce tho music of bauds orclnS vocalists or Instru- tras frul e 4 tmnn i1sltita Louisville and Evansville Thnrai nothing like It for an evenings entertainment Other so called talking machines reproduco subjects specially only records of but tho Oraphophotio Sreiarcl In a laboratory performances On tho to such Graphophono you can easily make and Instantly roproduco records of tho voice or any sound Thus it constantly awakens new Interest und Tbo rcproducUous aro Its chnrtn is ever fresh clear und brilliant Packet Line Fast Mall Line lletween Louisville and Evansville STKAMEUS iiloUISYILLEKY Graphdjphones ioaunpd Jlnniifsrturrd under the rMenu of Hell isTalnter lnnil Ertlsnii anil itacdonaM Ouresmlillsliment quarter ortlm world for Tali In Machlms aud TulHUig AUculno Supp tea Writ for catalogue COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO are sold or E G RAGON W A Bishop Parser F M Hjan Master A BOON TO MANKIND Dept 30 D L TARASCON Pennj Master L T Conner D TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE 010 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington D O Parser 2 jBtrrj aTSf -- Chicago Paris New York Philadelphia St Louis Buffalo Washington Baltimore TELL CITY R II Ballard Master W B Newbell Parser P D STAGGS Dally except Saturday between Louisville and Hew Amsterdam Freight shipped by this line delivered quick Â¬ er tban by rail Travelers will find the steamers are unsur Â¬ passed In equipment and accommodations The best onlinary are employed as oooks and the menu Is equal to that of the best hotels Oeneral offices 178 and 1T8 4th Avenue Lonlsrill D L PENNY W w HITK Bnpt Prei O V Williams T P A Owonahflro Kv Â¬ I rthmW CURE ONLY All 1 Leading- - Features that have made this journal so popular arr to be retained the coming year and many new ones added 00 A YEAH ths An tot FRWtflPER J HARDIN WILDER plemented w th Illustrations by able artists combine to mak It Invaluable o those who farm It fbrallvin The Latest Markets and Commercial Agri- Â¬ culture Crop Reports In their season Con Â¬ densed Farm News and Letters among the Farmers are Leading Features In which the AwMicAtf AoMicuLTUaiaT l not exctllcd It has reliable Special Correspondents at the Oeneral and Local Market Centers all over the United states Â¬ Idea Farm and Family Weekly Sucli as Live Stock Dairy Cnvm IIS ralHI Ing Horticulture Poultry Market Gardening and otnrPAtlirnC er tonics written by Practical IGUiUIOOt and Successful Partners supI Â¬ J HsHunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover- Â¬ port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with CASTOR A m to make this department ot as roucn value sua interest as or the Special ramily 1apers most Short Stories Fashions Fancy ino uoou kooK with the Doctor FflaturRC I OHIHIQO contests Library r ind Young Folks lage csmouie family Corner Latest Work taiita Iuixlo Zffffi OlIHSTinNS anaweradon LnwMedlotno Veterinary and other teplcs FHEE Orange Judd Company 52 Lafayette CasperMay Co Place - Nw Ywk N Y OANtfXLTOX INP v- - JBgaiiroaMBjjgijHBjfttagjg3i3 44IIBillHHHBHrTflKKWi57S757EKitt WMIHMMMIMB nuMilOLillUllliailll UiiTT inniiiwiw ji 7 i t NFYHHHHBrr 3 l 1 - jaaiaWiaiaaiJiMMBBiBMaBMMMMaBiiiMMMWBWi IfcfcfjaJMWfTlf If Mrs Eczema The Only Cure Eczema is more than n skin dlscoso nnd no skin remedies can euro It Tho doctors aro unnblo to effect a euro nnd their mineral mixtures nro damaging to tho most powerful constitution The wholn trouble Is In tho blood nnd Swifts Siiociflo Is tho only remedy which can rcachBUcbdoop Boatcd blood diseases Xczema broke out on my daughter and con tinued to spread until her head was entirely covered Showas troftcd by several good doctors but grew worse and tho dreadful disease spread to her foco She was Hi ili Z taken to two celebrated health springs but re ceived no benefit Many patent medicines wero taken but without re suit until wc decided to try 8 S Sand by the time tho first bottlo was finished her head be Kan to heal A dozen bottles cured her com- Â¬ pletely and left her skin perfectly smooth She Is now sixteen years old and has am sen lucent growth of hair Not a sign of the dreadful disease lias ever returned WMzM 3701 Lucas Ave 8noB HTLouis Mo St soaps and salves to euro Lczema They reach only tho surface while tho di Â¬ sease comes from within Swifts Specific Dont expect local applications of is tho only cure nnd will reach tho most obstinatocase It is far ahead of all similar remedies because it cures cases which aro beyond their reach SS S Is purely vegetable and is the only blood remedy guaranteed to contain no pot Â¬ ash mercury or other mineral Books mailed freo by Swift Specific Company Atlanta Georgia 8RECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY SSSreBlood NEWS 15 1MW MAKCH BRANDENBURG Brother Duvall will move to Branden burg John Bowling and family have gone to Ilollaud Mich to reside permanently Mrs Grinnells recital will be riven Saturday night April 1 free to all at Brandenburg Normal Miss Josy Thomsbury has had measles which with mumps has lurked in this vicinity for a full year Mrs W D Howard went to her aunt Mrs Calvin J I end ricks last week to be with the family before they leave for Texas Brandenburg has about thirty tele- Â¬ phone boxes and will soon have a com Â¬ plete telephone system A reut her peo Â¬ ple progressive Miss Florins Anderson was called home to Uusnu by the illness ot her little cousin Willie Anderson who has spinal meningitis Dr ISurch aud family are established in their new home recently vacated by Dr Wells who with his wife aud baby are in Ma8vile Ky Jesse Herndon lias bought the old Herndon arm We are glad Jesse mar- Â¬ ried one our girls Nellie Lewis one of thesweete8t prettiest best The Young Peoples Hymna has very sweet simple catchy airs iu it which strike popular taste The Sunday school children are delighted with it Mrs Margaret Henderson who so buc cessfullvcloced gambling houses in Lead ville which is said to be a very Hades had better make a tour of the globe Last Sunday afternoon was balmy enough for some of our Four Hundred to be out driving 1 appreciated all thit taking oil hats and waving of kerchiefs Miss Hessie Virginia Hicks is with her sister Mrs Armstrong and has quite a large class in el ocutiou We are glad to have so accomplished a young lady iu our community The Black Veil by Charles Dickens in your last issue had tliu true ring of that great English author Who wiio can delineate character like him Thackeray is co equal perhaps No plate matter in this paper which menus hard work a big force originality and thought for the editors Obituaries must hi paid for of course aud at last one dollar is mighty little for tills paper Miss Myrtle Crutcher was in town last week She was visiting her Bister Mrs James Klckelts Myrtle has been teach Â¬ ing and will go to Buffalo Ky to at Â¬ tend the spring term Mies Luia her sister is teaching music there I think the Glendeane eulogy to me is the very sweetest I have ever received I was so touched by such a glowing trib Â¬ ute from a bright mind aud a worthy 1 know I have never failed individual to read those garnered sheaves Mrs Denton and her daughter Miss Saliin have been con lined to the bonne for some time with the grip Mrs Denton is one of our oldest and most highly re Â¬ spected citi uih and Miss Sallio is a most lady like person of excellent taste FallH of Hough gives the Pluenix telephone box a big pufl says it uever f do not know what needs a physician kind of boxes we have here but I do know that if a box should be ailing Charles Casperke Jr is a first class M D to patch up all infirmities Mr C G Moremen our accommodat ing rlever wharf master was culled to Hhawneetown III last week to see if his wharf boat there could be raised it sank and it is feared that the loss is total We are all sorry to learn of Uhb disaster and hope yet to hear cheering reports Oh my soul heros weather prophet Hicks predicting some more storms for March The moon will be on the celes tial equator about March 25 and it seems to me the elements should behave accordingly though please dont inquire wnore bucii an imaginary line lieu 1 guess it isnt in close proximity to the philipines The protracted meeting continued through last week Brother Litchfield preaching at night Every one baa en joyod the meetings and the membership lias been greatly revived Delay in the answer of prayer is no indication that it will never be answered Wo are com manded to pray and faint not Much good seed has been sown The Nevitt children are all musical but the baby boy not quite two years old bids fair to be a second Ole Bull or Ysaye He has a II Idle of which he never Urea He adjusts it under his chin wields the bow and keeps time to an accompaniment on the piano He is deeply in earnest in his execution aud never smiles during a performance Dr D 0 Pusay went to Owensboro last week to see bis brother-in-laII H Brtshear who is very ill Dr Pusey thinks bis death is inevitable Mr Braahear married Mies Alice Wimp of Meade county and for many years they resided here he being the proprietor ol a larce drug store Ho was uenlal kind sympathetic and gentlemanly and his wife a most elegant lady Four interest Â¬ ing children have blessed their union Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ deep sympathy to dear Miss Alice a brave heroic woman In this her fiery ordeal Graco will ho given My niece Ituth Phillips graduated a week ago and received first honors for oratorical ability She has now chosen that bettor part and connecteJ herself with the M E church Hutli has always lived near a kind gentle heart and has Ufeen taught to think kind thoughts and always tc care for others It is a very little thing but it Is the best thing alter nil and to uo so is liko Doing born a queen Now Mr Editor here I come again Hob Malin a Hardin county luaslug boy indeed I Our own handsome vreat big Meade county boy hailing from our sister county we will not Btand it Bob is a Brandenburg fellow way out yonder in Cuba doing service for Ills country We enjoyed ins letter and know be is true to old Kentucky On our musical program for Easter is a Third Regiment Quickstep Mr Calvin Hondrlck has sold his farm to Mr Bakett and will go to McKinney Texas yery shortly I received Mrs Kate Ilondricks inessag and will say that if I do not see her beforo she leaves I shall regret it verv much I have spent many happv hours iu her beauti- Â¬ ful peasant home I have ever found Mrs Hendrick a true pure conscienWo lose one of tious Christian friend our very best families when they go Each and every member has showed me only kindness and my kindest truest best wishes go with every one I pray Gods blessings may bo in showers The Normal literary last Friday was He The debate quite interest g Bolved that we retain the Philipines with Ed Burch and Whelan on tho at Urnratiye aud Jim Bondurant and Frank Swan negative was quite animated and all the young men showed somo thought reading nnd r flection Tho aflirniutive Mises Lent Nevitt Mabel earrietf Hardin Gemgic Helmdetter and Luia Woolfolk suing Miss susie Estella Elder read a touching isiay ou Intoxication Miss Ethel King had u fine review while MifH Ten Hamilton amused with her society paper Mr Hickerson had Current Items I am thrown by my business and by inclination u great deal with the young people and it amuses me to hear them discuss grave subjects love marriage etc Says one Oil I never could really love antitrust like some characters Ive Well my dear dont tio to read of Unless you can Bny mooring then anchor your affections deep long and laptlng sail alone and let your little barque float until of its own volition at tracted by love confidence nnd faith it jostles up against a stronger oue looking for its mate Then name one Dawn nud like that and the other Fawn sweet poem ever written to provo true love they will ride as happily on billows as on placid waves A love only one Â¬ Â¬ three of whom are living Wo all extend OwDSuD2SSuCiX3XSSWi SQXSKIQGG HARDIN8BURG Several cases of moaslos in town Go to Mattinglya tont for a tintype Buckwheat flour at tho Eclipse Gro- Â¬ cery Marvin Heard wont to Jxmlsvllle last Thursday Cash paid for country produco Ben Â¬ jamin Anderson Miss Eva Iiensley returned homo from Brandenburg last Saturday Jailer Gua bhellman was at Stephens port a fow days last woek Mary Emma Baker who has been ill for tome 1 mo is improving California evaporated peaches at tho Eclipse Grocery Co 10 cents a pound Sell your eggs to Benjamin Anderson Hardinsburg for the highest cash trico It is yery Buddon how they knock em out on prices on groceries at tho Eclipse Buy your GARDEN SEED from tho Eclipse Grocery They are good and fresh Rev J W Blgham loft Monday for Vine Grove to assist there in a protracted meeting Lawyer Allen Kincheloe lias been confined at his home the past week with the measles Robt McGuffin who has been confin- Â¬ ed to his home by illness was able to bo out last Saturday James Harris lias Diirchased the Lennin hotol He will take pjssesslon in about two weeks Dr J 0 Bush dentist of Cannelton will be at Hardinsburg one week com mencing March 20 Jones Mercer who is tho hustling drummer for a Louisville saddlery firm has been in the city a few days Dr Tom Gardner superintendent of the Hopkinsville asylum whb here last Saturday and Sunday visiting his mother Rev Howes came down from Louis ville last Friday and held Quarterly Meeting nut at Fair View last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Hiram Phelps and her little son have been down from Louisvillo several weeks visiting her parents Mr aud Mrs J II Lennin Miss Bessie V Hicks arrived here last Friday to take a class in elocution in tho B N College She is from the Boston School of Oratory Old gold and silver old watches aud clocks old spectacles aud silver ware old violins guitars sewing machines all taken in exchange at T 0 Lewis Jeweler Persons desiring photographs should not put off coming in too long as good I will leave Har- Â¬ weather is ut hand dinsburg with my tent April 6th W J Mattingly We aro in tho butcher business fo stay and respectfully soliclit the patronage of the trade Will meet all prices We can sell meat as cheap as any body S jns Call and see us 0 L Pate A X Kincheloe will go to Pateavllle Ky this week with a view of going into tho mercantile business there We are here to say that Mr A X is a hustler when you start him A full line of fresh new beautiful and first class je wefpry fine sewing machines violins guitars and everything of a first- Call in and hear the class house graphophono talk T 0 Lewis Mrs Sue Brown Payne of Los Angeles California who has been visit Â¬ ing her relatives in this county since last December went to Evansvillo last Fri- Â¬ day and from there she will go to her home in a few weeks Superintendent McCracken of the Texas Chapez Wathen and W J Dean Jr were here last week engaged in tak- Â¬ ing depositions in the suit of Thomas Chandlers administrator against the pean Tib Company and otherd Miss besalo v nicks wno is now en Â¬ gaged in teaching elocution in the B N College will givo an entertainment at the city ball at Hardinsburg Ky on Friday evening March 24 There will be some excellent readings and ten of Hardinsburgs prettiest girls will pose in Grecian robes Miss Hicks is a graduate of the New Euglaud College of Oratory Boston Mass and a pupil of Samuel R Â¬ Â¬ Mr injHp parents Springsana Hambletjn IBBBBBBBBBHP u v A TO IjITTIjK AN ODE DW1QHT KAKDALTi ON HIS FIFTH I1IRTIII3AY In Cloverports sunny climo Seventeenth March flyo years ago Where tho summer days aro primo Was born a baby that I know this baby boy is lucky j For heaven spreads its clearest skies Oer his native stato Kentucky t Prom where truo noblo men ariso YeB A ittle girl gladdens the Lome of Mr Mrs M E Hamblelon near Tar Springs It arrived the 11th Inst Saturday nights storm broke tho telephone wire near this place It was repaired Sunday by Borne of the stock- Â¬ holders There Is to bo a fishing party formed in our midst as soon as tho weather moderates of coureeallthe young folks nro supposed to loin with the exception of one fair damsel in the south eastern part of the village that will havo to remain silent for bub lost her little Hookie Tar and MATTINGS i Oc to Per-- 20c Yard s GLENDtANE to Hawcsvllle Satur Â¬ day Dick Owen bought Eomo giod cattle last week Tom Owen Otvensboro Is at Mr Jeete L Owens Dr Dempster mado a flin trip to Louisville last week Miss Ella Robertson was in Hardins- Â¬ burg ono day last week ad Watch for W 0 Moormanss next week Dont fall Ernest Robertson is in Honderson a fow days this week on business Dick Owon left Monday mornlDg on a business trip to Hancock county Dr Dempster will make a proff saional trip to Muhlenburg county this week Jess Howard went to Powers Monday in tho interest of the Deane Tie Com pany Miss Nellie Moorman stayed over night with her friend Miss Hallio Moorman Sunday accompanied Ovveu Hunter Elza Mooreout to his home near McDaniels Saturday Ghas Robertson and John Jackson of South Carrollton wero visiting here himself with any pursuit that places him last week in a questionable attitude he deserves Mrs Jesse Howard and little daughter the approval of all good people and a Mabel are spending this week at her nod of approval helps him while it costs you nothing Try it fathers Col Eli Deane Next Sundav will bi Bro Loljch fields Robertspn Bros bought of J W Deane jr last week 30 head nigh grade cattle resular dav H you want to hear some evening 7 thing good come out at 420 per cwt September delivery Sunday 11 a Charley Fisher was in OweuBboro last oclock Sundayand m at will and eye you be sure to week lie cold his tobacco there but at feel again at 7 of the above the truth no greatly satisfactory price I am told We note in Christian Advocate the re- Â¬ Stanley Mattingly who has been away turn of Mies Pyles of Missouri a mis- Â¬ linn rnfn vn ml mrnili lnw oniinval nfaalra China She improved in health and ready for work sionary forfrom Soochow rest She was comes a much needed W H Jliamnliss E principal of the Mary Lambeth School EuUIommons J Cooper and J HCooper are in Owens- Â¬ and has been gone seven years boro with tobacco they have shipped Brother Overton preached us one of there to be sold those good sermons of his the stock of Misses Mary Moorman and Irene which seems inexhaustable Sunday Board accompanied by J bsq Moorman evening His text admonishes to be went to Fordsville Saturday and returned sober and his words if accepted and Monday morning followed woild bs as priceless pearls After tho mailing of last weeks items For information to Sunday School a case of mea les developed in town but Union workers I want to say it is ex- Â¬ the patient is out now and but one other pected that the penny collections collect- Â¬ case is reported ed by thd children in little barrels are Dr Harris and Mack Peyton Falls of to be sent in this month to T J Jolly HardinsRough attended church at Goshen Sun- Â¬ Bewley ville or Mr McGufHo day Both are always welcomed in this burg part of Breckenridge Miss Rose Stith was a guest of Miss She is a Mr and Mrs Dewees went to Louis- Â¬ Annie Lee Bandy Sunday ville Sunday to lay in their spring stock bright little body and it was my pleasure of goods They too will have a store to to have her in class at Sunday school delight the eye aud tickle the pockets of which by the way is ono of the best Sunday schools in the county Come their customers when they return Master Coleman Mattiogly got a hard and see for yourself The ladies of tho Fortnightly will moot fall from the trapeze on College Hill last week Bouncing breathless lor a good at Mrs Wrathers Saturday at 130 many feet he Btopped considerably oclock Same program assigned for last bruised but was laid up for only a short meeting which owing to inclement A wish is ex- Â¬ weather was postponed time The inviting bright sunshiny spring- Â¬ pressed by the worthy secretary that all like days last week gave Glendeauo the come promptly and that visitors will be welcome novel sight of courting on the housetop Our sympathies and that of the entire Colder days will return and they will have to Hunter Moore cumfortableplace community to Mr aud Mrs Charlie An- Â¬ derson of Guston in their sad bereave- Â¬ to talk of loves young dream The finest young horse in this section ment in little Willies f death May the belongs to Ernest Roberteon It was bereeved parents ever dthfully trust in Him who Bald Suffer tho little child purchased of a Mr Basket near Guston last week for 150 Had he gone into ren to come unto Mo and forbid them the midst of the blue grass section he not for of such is ths kingdom of heav- Â¬ could not haye brought back a moro en Clint Adklsson took Edwin Jolly down stylish animal to bis homo near Webster Suneay and oh what fine visit the littlu lad had He SYMPATHY came bbme perfectly delighted with a Our sympathy to dear and bereaved wonderful fund of knowledge about raisÂ¬ parents of little Willie Anderson died ing ducks chickens etc which he is March 12th 1899 We know Jiow Im- Â¬ making extensive preparations to do thiB to vou little man possible it is to silence your grief with spring Snccess Saturday The bright words The heart pleads for utterance havo been ansunshine of since a must inspiration very in tears and let it speak Thus we bow good attendance of the W F Mi S met in sorrow at tho taking of your little one with Mrs A B Coleman and enjoyed an The work is feeling the while that while the ripened afternoon of real pleasure Â¬ which fruit may be gathered it Beems cruel one should any band of Christian workers be glad to take up learn be taken boforo it about and help Tho next meeting will that the bud should has even an opertunity to unfold its be held at Mrs Gardners on tho fourth Come Saturday blossom Fishins begun John Deano went My heart is full and oer flowing Of good wishes for little D wight May lifes light bo ever glowing May his sun over shino out bright RUGS New Designs Lowest Prices S Keep faith in God and man Walk in tho path of right Always do the best you can Little blue eyed boy Dwight Si5s VICTORIA goeth into Heaven and is crowned with an immortal star Dr Bulls Cough that pasatith all understanding Syrup that Furnishes most substantial comfort and relief to consump the It works most itmirkallc cures Dont des Â¬ pair Relief can ce tatniy be hud a cure is possi Â¬ ble with this wonderful remedy BEWLEYVILLE all get telephones Miss Mary Keith is visiting Bevie Cain Mr and Mrs Elisha Smith were visit Â¬ ing relatives here Sunday Mr and Mrs James Harned of Big Spring attended quarterly meeting Mr and Mrs V J Pipgott joiued the Methodist church Sunday morning Brother Overton organized a mission Â¬ ary society of the Sunday school Sunday morning Mr and Mrs B A Hardaway of Guston were guests of Dr Walker aud wife Sunday George Neff put in ten or twelve tele Â¬ phone boxes between A J Thompsons and Garrett last week Mr and Mrs James Foushee of Hill Grove vicinity wero guests of Mr and Mrs Gilbert Kasey Sunday My how we all like our telephones We have company all the time Albert says the women dont have to go visiting Let us stall Brother Bigliam of Hardinsburg is expected to come hero about the first of April to help Brother Waltou in a meet Â¬ ing The ground hog got tired and came out five days ahead of time That is to say the weather is more agreeable than it was Much pain and uneasiness is caused by plies sparing neither age nor sex Willie Shores was all smiles Sunday TABLETS BUCKEYE PILE OINT- Â¬ night MENT cures the most obstinate cases James Friel wont to Hawesvillo last Price CO cents in bottle tubes 75c A Saturday was tlio cueat B Fisher Tom Hipp of Mattingf of Miss Katie Shore Sunday STEPHENSRORT Misses Mary and Katie McGoven spent Sunday with Miss Addie Friel Mr Haynes of Irviugton was in town Joe Snider lost a flue lion o Satnrddy Sunday The animal died very mysteriously Mrs It A Smith has returned from Al Snyder and family spent Sunday Louisville with Mr and Mrs Gibson Sujder Mrs Loo Dowell will move to Bowling MiBsVauia Newlon of Aotnaville is visiting her cousin Miss Minnie Suyder Green soon The Ohio Sunday was wild with bil- Â¬ Mrs Horace Lain of Panther Creek visited her mother Mrs Gib Snyder last lows wtiite and high we sk Choir practice at R W Vaughns Fri Â¬ Wm Singleton has returned fioin day evening Louisville where he purchased a toim of Miss Daisy Wadllngton of Union Star flue Norman horses spent Sunday with Airs Jhas Wadllng Â¬ Winter Is getting to bo a very unwel- ton Messrs Eddie Brashearof Ilaweavilie come guest and believe tho ground hog and R A Brashear of Gas City wero is a very good prophet Tho beautiful infant daughter of Mr guests Sunday of Mrs Bettie Napper and Mrs Wm McGoven has been Mr McCanno and family of Rome christened Nevia Catherine Iud is to take possession of tho Blaine Messrs Charlie Rogers nnd Rollio property on Main St and open a hotel Fraize tho ilt af mutte of Hickorv Lick Bicycle for sale Splendid bargain were the guests of Mits Bosa Ycakln 1250 Try one for your health Call buuday on or write C G Lewis Stephensport Misses Mary and Katie McGoven Ky Monnie Bauuon aud Addie Friel epont Services were hold in the Baptist the evening pleasantly with Miss Katie church Sunday Bro Forrel was accom- Â¬ Shore Sunday panied by his good wife They spent John Calev of Cloverpoit is with us stsveral days wltu friends who enjoyed agiin We all welcome John witli his their Btay hearty laugh wnicli will cure any case Mr and Mrs K B Blain extend of the blues thanks to their friends who were so Master Willie and Jimmie Shores of kind in their late bereavement and to Adair who have been visiting their Drs Whito and Milner who were so grandmother Mrs P Shores returned faithful in performing their duty to their homes Wednesday It seems a deplorable fact that man Â¬ The hailstones were not so large in kind is so unfortunate as to be possess td this sectionof the country ns it was other of feelings As witli some they are con- Â¬ places at least wo never found any the tinually having their feelings hurt size of hen eggs as was reported by the and a look or word not exactly to their notion is sure to mill them News Mr and Mrs R A Shellman enter- Â¬ It is reported that Victoria Is going to tained a few friends very pleasantly on bo connected with a system of telephone We imagine we can hear au occasional the evening of the Cih refreshments EIollo but very very seldom a were served at 10 30 p m Tho guests were Mr and Mrs R W Vaughn Miss response We are glad to say that Ellis Hudson Katie Crawford and Mrs Frank G formerly of this place was not killed in Ferry Mrs K B Blain The home of the Bender miueS as was reported by was saddened Mr and the death angel when somo old granny gosaip who had noth called upon them for their dear little ing else to do baby boy who was their pride James LoHt or strayed Frank Hinsey and Michael Blain was born Oct 10th 1893 Tom Bice who were so badlv left behind and died March 8th 1800 at 2 U p m last Sunday night have not made their He was the only grandson of Mr and appearauce yet Their owners havo tho Mrs M Blain nnd Mr and Mrs James Will offer a HK sympathy of this vicinity Funeral services wero held in reward for them if they dont return by the Baptist church by Z Ferrell on next Sunday Thursday at 2 15 p m Thlt Utile Jewel s nt from God Miss Monia Bannon one of Haynes- To dwell with yuu awhile villes popular young ladies who has If as filled hl minion here on earth been visiting her cousin Miss Addie A ml no w looki down to untie And beckon you to walk the way Friel returned to her home Sunday That leads to him and brighter days is a sweet girl and wo Miss Monia were loth to let her go but are glad to Foleys Honey and Tar Cough Medi say her s ster MissArgonia who is ciuo is unquestionably the best remedy equally as charming is now in our midst for the Throat and Lungs Pleasant to To Cure Constipation Forever A R Fisher take and is ouakantked Tuko Cascarots Candv Cathartic lOo or S5e If n C C fail to euro Urumjlsts refund moiey Cloverport E A Witt Hardinsburg Â¬ Â¬ The Fair Â¬ Kelley Lung Irritation Dr is the forerunner to consumption will cuie it and Bells give strength to the lungs that a cough or cold will not settle there Twenty- five cents at all good druggists The Bewloyville B V 11 0 hold an interesting meeting Friday afternoon with Mrs It B Mcblothlan The presi dent will meet again iu two weeks Guston Mr Aionzo Bennett has a well thirty three feet deep that during the cold weather wai frozen at the depth of twenty tlree feet How will that do At the next tuted meeting of Bewloy- Â¬ ville Lodge Xo 22H A Y M March 18 there will be work iu ail three do- grres or at least in two ol them Mem Â¬ bers of sister lodges are invited to attend Brother Overton came over from Irvingtou Friday and held Quarterly Meeting Saturday aud Sunday He preached four good sermons and the services wero all pleasant and u success Mr George LhwH who is making an extended visit to Mrs 0 H Drury at Â¬ tended services Sunday Mr Iojvis is somewhat of an invalid and seeks this salubrious vicinity of ours tort store his Â¬ PATESVILLE Walter Marlow was hero Saturday Farmers busy burning tobacco beds J A Clark is very sick with la grippe Will Blain went to Cloverport Satnr- Â¬ day M V Marlow washero on business THE BOTTOM Promptly Friday Reaches the Seat In ovory teat mado S S S easily demonstrates its superiority ovor of all Blood Diseases and Cures the Worst Oases health The Quarterly Conference elected T P Hobbi of llowells James Harned of Big Spring and T J Jolly nnd W II Cain Jr of Bewley ville delegutes to the District Conference which meets at liidge Springs Hardin county June 1 GoLDIiN lion PRESTON Wheat In this part of tho country Is looking line Dr Frymiru went to Hardinsburg one day lust week Oh wont wo laugh all oyer whou wo get thoHrt covered roads Little Victor Robertson Is just recover Â¬ ing from a serious attack of asthiun aud congestion Mrs W M Frymire Is preparing to go to the city about March 20tli to learn tho art in millinery The March wind doth blow and farm Â¬ ers aro anxious to get to their spring work but this weather keeps them back Mrs Charles 0 Granthams mother of Louisville is visiting her new grandson herd now Charlie thinks that boy is cures any disease whoro tho blood is in any way involved Evoryono who has had experience with blood diseases knows that there aro no ailments or troubles so obstinate or difficult to euro Very few remedies olaim to euro such real deqp Beated blood dis- ensos as b b b cures and none can offer suoh incontrovertible evidonceof merit S S S is not merely a tonic it iB n euro It goes down to tho very seat of all blood diseases and gets at tho foundation of the very worstcasos and routs tho poison from tho pystom It does not liko othor romodios dry up tho poison and hide it from view temporarily only to break forth ngain moro violently than ever 8 S 8 forcoB out ovory trace of taint and ridB tho system of it forever Capt J H Molirayor of Lawronco- Somo years ago WMMmm b burg Ky writes I JZ MSiSi Jesse Marlow went to Lewisport Thursday Miss Cleo Lawlees is at homo from Dukes this week Dr J T Millner went to Cloverport one day this week John Eva ob who has been sick for several days is improving Erwin Elingtou who has been hero for a few days returned homo Tuesday Mr and Mrs Steve Flowers wero the guests of Mr and Mrs Tom Lynch Sun day Bro Cicero Oorlen filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Sun- Â¬ day Sunday school was orwanhvd at the BaptiBt church Sunday Everybody is iuviied to come aud take a part Mrs Erwin Elington and son who have been the guests of her mother Mrs K W Frymire the paBt week returned to their home in Owensboro Thursday Patesvillo is down to ono merchant at the present time Wo understand that there are several trying to got houses in thiB place to sell goods in but cant get them Among too ones trying is Paxton it Montague of Owensboro Why cant Bomo of our moneyed men build room for all Lets wake up To allay pain subdue inflamation foul sores and ulcers the most satis- Â¬ factory results are obtained by using BA LLARDS SNOW LINIMENT Price A R Fisher 25 eta and 60 cts 9mJpm heal what I oonsidorod only a BlightfjfM wound it dovolopod into a running smMmMA sore and envo mo a groat deal ot pan 4 rKvitfEVN T lu j2myfj n An 1 si wrrv mj imtn x nun tVax f rt JST JSJr lliW7Jfl mm luuuuvuuinuvu uunwu i x J2s rAi j i nuu iiuok- a uuiiiuuroinAuVivviA v vl rjiW5gSf uiuuy uuuiutH blood remodiosbut none seemed the Btuir to nhnok thn iirnryrnna nf thn nnrn T vErj 2 UH The youog folks gathered at tho home had hoard Swifts Specific 8 S S of Solomon Slidlmnna on tho night of highly reoommondod for tho blood and conoluded to givo it a trial March Otli and tripped tliu light fantastic 8 8 8 Boomod to get right at and the rosult was highly gratifying toe until the weo sum bouts the troublo forood tho poison out of my blood ooor afterwards tho Weure yery sorry indeed to hear of lw Illiiinii nf M V Ivitt llu In ul Im soro hoalod up and was ourod Bound and well Swifts Speoifio k 1 1 i- abloslKmgMW CJJIiW f Am iFJMitfsmAamyx ivir rr wmpflm J MATTINGLY Sheriff Burton wai here list week Plant bel sowing Is about completed here at Jolly button B F Frank went to Hardinsburg Monday Miss Either Frank Is vUitlu relatives Miss Allle Mattingly fathers at Lodtburg now and wo aiucenM ly hops that good uuraiig will bring hlnTI uacic to tieaitu B S S S FOR THE BLOOD is tho only blood romody that is guaranteed purely vogotablo and contains no moroury potash arsonio or any othor mineral or chemical It novor fails to euro Cancor Eozoma Scrofula Rheuma tism Contagious Blood Poison Tottor Boils Carbunoles Soros oto v Valuable books mailed froo by Swift Spooiflo Company Atlanta Qi Â¬ at Sf Marys Sunday atteuded church tk -- lh KM You Haw Always Bought Mr and Mrs Alfred Hawkins spent Randay with relatives on Tar Greek Springs wa here Chaa Knipp last wtek he reports water plentiful at light Isnt it that placo When a young boy declines to connsct Vagjle Pate Beech fork U yIU Mrs Tr All sorts of weather A few plant beds haye beeu sown Mrs John K Johnson has la grippe Mrs Elizabeth Nichols ia quite poorly Miss Bertha Bowlds has been haying chills the past week W WDunn will commence a spring school here Monday IRVINGTON March seems to have a great deal to blow about as usual By Another Correspondent The heavy rains of a few weeks ago Bro Bigham was in town Saturday did considerable damage uuroute to his appointment at Webster Thore was prayer meeting Wednesday Mrs Green Beard Hardinsburg was night at Rev D L Bowlds in town Wednesday returning from Rey S J Richey filled hia regular ap- Â¬ Louisville pointment Sunday and at night Mbss Nora Henderson oue of our Sunday school will be organized at brightest is off to Owensboro for a visit 0 P church the first Sunday In Aprilthe to relatives Farmers have more work on Grandma McGlothlan is not very well than many of them will be able tohand get but we trust her present slight illness done will be but brief The water between here and Clover- Â¬ Miss Partridge accompanied Mia Ad port is hindering transportation to some kisson homo Saturday and was her guest extent until Sunday evening Your correspondent spent a very deÂ¬ Bro Lewis will preach at the Baptist lightful day with relatives in Lewisport church Thursday evening 7 oclock Wednesday Come out to hear him Messrs Mora Galoway and Henry Mr and Mrs Tom Bandy with Miss Ray of Cloverport attended services Lena were In town guests of Mrs John hero Sunday Mussel man last Thursday We are fast falling into line with our Master Wilbur Henslev from Hardins stater cities The planting of the poles burg was visiting relatives in the com- Â¬ for a ten linn Telephone have been com Â¬ pleted through our town and we will munity Saturday and Sunday Overton Blanford does not seem the soon be able to talk to the outside world least tit intimidated He was a visitor by platoons Saturday night and Sunday night too It dont mortify our feelings for an Miss Lily McGlothlan had a delightful occasional paragraph to find its way in visit to Louisville lait week 0 course the waste basket but when the whole she saw Modjeska and other bewildering snooting match Is dumped into the rub blah pile as was our last communication sights we feel Our young friend David Hardaway baa couldnt like we had been sent for and go closed out his partnership business and MrLee Campbell nd Miss Leon will embark in other pursuits Success Duke were married 8unday at half past to you David five o clock pf Mr and Mrs Smith Guston spent br Ida a parentsm at the home of the Rev 8 J Rltchey of Â¬ Tuesday with their daughter Mrs 0 T ficiating Redman who returned home with them daughter The bride ia tho cbarmliig of John L Pake poaf for a triple days visit master of this place The groom i Miss Ada Henderson is a nleaslnir highly respected joungTbiy addition to the society of our young girls haye the congratulations farmer host of and boys in the College We are bo glad friend that wieh thorn a of a happy to see our school building up bo satis- Â¬ and prosperous voyage on g long placid sea ol factorily double blessedness A precocious youngster in describing a plauo to his sister said i It is a down Â¬ A what right piano slater said the A downright slater Ours is an WHEN DOFS YOUR SUB sister upright so that one I reckon Is a down This lovely but o young 10 fair Called hence by early doom -Juit come to ihnnr how sweet flower In Paradise would bloom Ere iln colU harm or sorrow fade Deatb come with friendly care The opening budto Heaven conveyed And bade It bloisom there Mr and Mas CoNNirr March i j 99 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