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V if i THE BRECENRIDGE NEWS v C i v-i- ALL THE FARMERS AlEETINQ NRS T THATS KIT TO PRINT NO 2 C p a tff VOL XXIV CLOYERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 26 1899 LEWIS HELLO BOXES GOEBEL N6t The Worst Sinner In The State Says Our Old Time Friend and Democrat Til TV n TTonrlnvOnn JuatsjJLVVJl maaajlt KJKFJLL He Dont Approve of His Methods But Politics AND THAT GOES Its RIGHT OR WRONG a f -- V Mn Editor I have been much as of tho Courier Journal and that facÂ¬ amused at the number ot papers and tion in the city I have as much confi- Â¬ people who have become preachers of dence In Goebel as I have in the Dis- Â¬ righeousne88 since the late Democratic patch controlled as it is by Whalen One who was familiar with Whalen is doing a great deal more to convention thq histoiy of conventions would think corrupt the morals of the people of Louisville and the State then Goebel and his from what 1b being said and written that conventions in the past bad been methods can possibly do I am taking conducted on the very highest moral the Dispatchrad I think I neyer saw plain and that all who participated in more spite manifested than is In its this last ono were angels of light except columns Look at its action in regard to the Geobel election law It defended Goebel and his friends The truth is conventions have been that measure until since the convention Ycu know its course since I have a perthe reverse of that I do To read the abuse heaped on Goebel fect contempt for such hypocrisy one would think he was the greatest ras not write this in defense of the methods nor cal on earth While line on line have luatODtatneu in tnat conyention I have been written showing him up not ono any other political convention word have I seen from any source con- Â¬ intimated that I had expressed mvself demning Stone for the part he played plainly in regard to trickery practiced in Yet I do not think Goebel in the matter on the contrary we see conventions near as bad as he is represented to be much written to show how bad he was treated making him almost a martyr I do not believe him to be a traitor It looks a little to me as if the preach either to the party or to Blackburn I ers did not care so much for tho sin but believe he is in accord with the plat cared a great deal about who committed form I belieye there is much to be it Yon remember the convention held said in his favor He surely is a smart at Elizabethtown three years ago to man His public acts have generally nominate a man to represent this dis- Â¬ been with the people He worked and voted for tho McCord Wo all remember trict in congress what was said of that convention is Bill and the Ohinn Bill which had they It a well known fact that tho nominee of become laws would have been worth our State Convention for Clerk of tho more to the people than all the bills considered at the session Appelate court bought his nomination There is another thing that raises him pavii for it in places in his office Whji ever saw a county convention in my estimation and that is ho did not where thero was a full county ticket to have while that convention was going be nominated and two or more for each on whisky wine beer or cigars to cor Â¬ office that there was not trickery and rupt mon with while at both the other combinations It is the rale and not the headquarters could be had anything exception that trickery and combina- Â¬ that would debauch and degrade men tion control conventions The late con- Â¬ I think it a shame that men seeking the vention was no worse than many other highest office in the State should be Admlting what Mr Owen save to be guilty of such things In conclusion I true in regard to throwing out 150 dele- Â¬ will say I am not seeking favor of Mr gates and admitting 150 others that Goebel or the Democrat party nor am most of thorn were willing to do anyÂ¬ I one who believes that if the republi- Â¬ thing Goebel said he then liked 200 can party controls the State that we will go to destruction but I am a demo- Â¬ votes of haying a majority So wo see crat in principal and I simply write to organizing tho convention and throwing out delegates did not nominate him show Goebel not to be tho worst sinner Then how was he nominated By fol- Â¬ in the State T B Hbndebsok lowing tho rules of former conventions Webster Ky making fortunate combinations with candidates for tho minor offices Our baby has been continually trou- Â¬ I heard a very sensible Hardin man say he owed his nomination moreto his bled with colic and cholera infantum fine judgment than anything else I since his birth and all that we could do was a Stone man and I dont think be forhim did not seem to give more than and his managers ought to say a word temporary relief until we tried Cham- Â¬ but ought to take their medicine like berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea llttlo men What about the Hardin Bemedy Since giyen that remedy he has men I think they ought to do the give not been troubled We want to you this testimonial as an evidonce same I think they bolted too late Had they come out of that convention of our gratitude not that you need it to when it was organized and ail the re Â¬ advertise your morltorious remedy G ports adopted and said to the people M Law Keokuk Iowa For sale by A that it was through fraud that those del Â¬ K Fisher Oloyerport B A Shellman egates wore unseated and that there was Stephensport no chance for a fair nomination then that would have put a different face on Xafe Wells Finds Farming Profitable Xafe Wells who resides near Aeklns a the matter They failed to do that but said and thought they would nomfnate station on the branch purchased a small Hardin They fought to the bitter ond farm in that locality At the time it was and when they failed they bolted I am the general opinion of the neighbor Â¬ earpriaed at the action of some of the hood that Wells would not realize hlsealt delegates from this county If I was He did not pay any attention to outside bolting there would be nothing surprisÂ¬ remarks out went straight forward till- Â¬ ing about it I addressed a letter some ing the soil and giving his wholefatfen time go id me party inrougu your pa Â¬ lion to the upbuilding of his farm He per in regard to the methods resorted to paid for the farm the first year This year he has one of tho finest tobacco in this county to secure nomlnatona You dubbed it the wait of a defeated and com crops in that section ItBbowawhat a man can do and what eaadidate and I have had it in for you ever since J feel pure yon would not nature will help him do if he puts in do it again so I forgive you for it I his time and dont whittle It away on think democrats are acting very foolish goods boxec a letting the Dispatch disrupt the party The Farm Journal is unlike any through hatred and spite It is evident other paper for one thing it printa it ia willing or the Republican party to no quack medical advertisements eoatrols the State and elect a Benatorta for another it takes live year subscrip Â¬ gratify to hatted not so much of Goebel tions and gets the paper to ita subscrib- Â¬ ers thofull time if they are anywhere on this planet even if they move two or three timet if thery die their heirs get pectant mother It Now we are going to send the Farm Journal for the balance o 1890 and all of 1000 1001 1002 and 1003 nearly five to think a moment how danger years to eyery advaae to the Breckenrldgo News but better fmLy wrofljr K J to xwallow rrwdl wium in her ctxdlUon She speak quick aa we baya only a limited figti emt j that the outskfe amplication number Farm Jouraal to offer oa these Â¬ Â¬ -- Yield of Wheat at Holts Bottom The farmers in the Holt Bottom neigh- Â¬ Â¬ borhood are about through threshing Bamnaq P I Juno 5 1819 wheat J F Dutschke bad in cultiva- Â¬ Miss Sadie Omxcuaix My Dear Sisteu I will answer your let-tion last year 55 acres which yielded tor which I received n few days ngo will toli you something of my trip 1600 bushels This year he had in 84 Wo broko camp at Y acres and realized 000 bushels M H and tho timo I have had sinco I landed at Manila Coons who is operating Col Holts faim Calucnn and left with Gen Lawtons brigadoK on the 22nd of April for put in 180 acres of the cereal and obtain Â¬ tho interior of this hot island Wo was shortly in a fight with tho in- Â¬ converted farmers meet ed 1750 buBbels O J Fella off of 10 surgents The congrogatioua are exceedingly Wo cut off all communication with tho outside world and Db P W Footb Prest large and if tne continued Interest is acres realized 224 bushels Mr Mitchell marched towards tho mountains with tho enemy on all sides of us Wo from 40 acres threshed 500 bushels and manifest the meeting will continue Beioue Remarkable Charles Riedel had a yield of G50 bushels had several small battles in a few days killing many of the enemy and Thiity elght havo professed faith Mrs Michael Curtain Plainfield 111 losing many of our men oithor killed or wounded Wo were in all tho from 50 acres makes the statement that she caught Attending School towns you havo read of in the papers and when wo got here wo had to cold which settled on her lungs she Story of a Slave whip tho insurgents again and burn their town Wo left Balinng and in was treated for a month by her family Miss Mary Dean colored who has To be bound hand and foot for years physician but grew worse He told her been attending a normal school at Shel two miles had a fight reBulting in defeat to the enemy Wo went thrco of disease is the woiBt by the hopeless victim of con- Â¬ by ville will return home soon accom- Â¬ form ol chains that she was a Wo havo slavery George D Williams miles further and had another fight with tho same results sumption and that no medicine could panied by her mother She has made of Manchester Mich tells how such a had a great many more battles but will not recount them now Xi I euro her Her druggist suggested Dr excellent progress during tbo number of slayewas mado free He says My enough to know that I am getting used to being shot at but dontjib years eho has been goingthore Kings New Discovery for Consumption wife has been so helpless for five years any bettor than I did at first I havo mado many close calls and she bought a bottlo and to her delight thaVnlin WW UMV WMV nnnld nnf turn nvnr MU alnno UVVUWU In 1ia1 MWMW There Is no About It found herself benefitted from first dose V lxfJMne two bottles of Electric Bitters stood in places where tho bullets were raining so thick it seemeflfmStro continued its use and after taking No question indeed with those possible for ono to escape but I have never been hit yet No tolling six bottles found herself sound and well have used it but that Foleys KidneyYfHRL- - own wori Thl flllnrimi when I may bo killed but I have an abiding faith in my Maker who now does her own housework and is as Cure is absolutely reliable for all Kidney remedy for female diseases quickly cures watches over tho destines of men and line in hopes of getting out alive well as sho ever was Free trial bottles and Bladder diseases A R Fisher nervousness sleeplessness melancholy tnko cover and protect myself when possible but when I havo to stand Hay Oloverport E A Witt Hardinsburg of this Great Discovery at 8hort headache fainting and dizzy spells I nes Drug Store Large bottles 50 cents exposed I take it cool and trust to providenco Wo sent ono company This miracle working medjeino is a god Klmbly Powers Nuptials per 100 sent to weak sickly run down people out tho other day and it was soon surrounded by the insurgents and h Dr Kugh Kimbly and Miss Jossie Every bottle guaranteed Only 50 cents it not been that ono lucky fellow broko out and gavo us tho alarm th TO OLD POINT COMFORT Cockran Powors were quietlv married 8old by Short Haynee druggist boys in that company would havo all beon slaughtered without mercy in Owonsboro lost Thursday at tho And the Seashore August oth The brides rceidenco Mr and Mrs J D We brouht tho bravo fellows in with tho loss ol only two men Wt BLOOMER BASE BALL Powers Both aro prominent young dont got credit for what wo do here Tho regulars aro tho ones th Greatest of AH Trips Club Will Play Cloverport In two do tho fighting and tho volunteers get the credit people cf that city They mix us up mt Agent for the Magnolia Sewing Timely and Interesting Suggestions State nactilnc From President Footc T 0 Lewis Hardinsburgs leading Bbkgkbniudok News Tho Secretary jeweler has obtained the Btate agency of the Breckenrldgn and Meado County for tho celebrated Magnolia sewing maAgricultural society will in a few days chine of Chattanooga Tenn He ex send you the names of those who will tends an Invitation to all to come and address our Oloverport meeting in give this machine a thorough inspection August and the subjects they will pre- He assures you that none has an equal sent Also date of meeting which will as to its easy running qualities and aympllcity bo noar the end of the month Oar Irvington meeting have been Roadmaster Bolilcra Oood Work both successful and profitable and I am Charley Bobler assistant road supervi- Â¬ load to believe that tho meeting wo will hold in your city wille boeuon moie sor is getting praieo from everybody for successful and well worth the trte and the excellent work being accomplished expense of any farmer in tha ounty on the Bowling Green road Those that havo traveled it say it is the best road so quiting his work te attend Tell the farmers that these n jtings far in the county and that too much are going to bo strictly agricultural meet Â¬ cannot bo said in praiso cf Mr Bohleis ings gotten up for no other purpose then ability as an experienced road man to stimulate a broader and a deeper Within a few years it will not bo the growth of agricultural citizenship and to least trouble to get in a baggy and come do what we can to get the farmers to to Oloverport Whilo it takesyears to do soe the importance of more Intellect and this still tho county will be financially better off by fifty per cent better methods on the farm We do not como among you claiming Imperfect digestion and assimilation apostles of agriculture bat expecting to produce disordered conditions of the get good rather than do good to system which grow and are comfirmed got ideas that will save our farms from HEKBINE gives tono to by neglect of ignorance the wastful effects the stomach and causes good digestion Now that our crops are all made or A 11 Fisher 60 cents laid by for this season let us como to- Â¬ Price gether next month in Oloverport and Old Time Revival at Custer after thanking our master for bounteous A great and glorious revival is in pro- Â¬ blessings devote one day to a disgussion of Custer of ways and meanB that we may em- gress at the little hamlet Tho good people of that town are ploy to reduce the cost of production awakening to the knowledge of living a for we farmers are in the forefront of a true and Christian life merciless competition and must produce Rev J W Little is the pastor in as cheap as any or loose the market and charge and is a forceable and logical do this at a profit or the farmor and his Middle age men are being farm will perish together So let tho preacher Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Will Be Installed In About Ten Days in This City of tho Manager W K Boardman Cumberland Telephone Co has secured contracts for something noar twenty five local phones in this city He hopes to bo able in about ten days to commence putting in the boxes The material for the exchange has arrived and there will not bo many days elapse until a friend can be called up from home Thoso who have not subscribed for phones and are desirous of trotting in on the ground floor can be furnished with phones by making application to E 0 Babbage AVAl R Makes KOTAt MKtWH POWBtn VifM 00 HfW AKIN AbsgjjuyekyIpure the food more delicious and wholesome TOOK POWDER REGULARS Do EX CONURESSMAN MONTQOMERY Pays 21 ooo For a Farm Near ville Ky Dan- Â¬ the Fighting and Volunteers Get the Credit Mean Ex Congressman A B Montgomery of this city has purchased the well known Camp Dick Robinron farm in Garrard county located about eight miles from Danville for which he paid 31000 The price per aero was 02C8 Mr Montgomery bought the farm as a matter of investment and oxpects to re Â¬ tain his residence here Elizabethtown News The Negroes are Very Treacherous and Geo W Obinchain Still Living and Fighting for His Country 1 The regular Annual Excursion to Old Point Comfort in charge of Mr W A Wilgus S P A will be run Wednes day Aug Uth via L H BU L and O 0 Railways from Cloverport on reg- Â¬ ular train leaving at 045 a in connect- Â¬ ing with Seashore Special which leaves Union Station foot of Soventh street at 130 p m The round trip rate to Old Point Comfort is only 16 and tho tick- Â¬ ets are good until August 30th i with stop over privileges returning only This trip surpasses any offered tho traveling public Grand and beautiful scenery invigorating mountain air surf bathing ocean voyage palatial hotel en Â¬ tertainment and a visit to the capital if Â¬ Dwelling At Oarfield Mr A A Richardson the wideawake and hustling merchant of Garfield has let tho contract for a two story residence Taber well known contract- Â¬ to Hook ors It is to be 20x10 front with two rooms and a hall and aro all the same A New Weeks size Smoke Tour I ire Avtj Dont Tolncco Spit To quit tobacco oaslly and forever b magnetic lull of llo nervo and vJgor talte that makes irenkmen strong All druggists Mo or II Cure guaransainplo free Address DooUlot and teed Sterling Itemedy Co Chicago or New York Manager Hall who is enthusiastic over base ball is endeavoring bard to book in about two weeks an interesting and ex Â¬ citing attraction He is hopeful of clos- Â¬ ing a deal with that famous Bloomer Club of Chicago composed of women Should he bo successful a aocd crowd ought by all means to attend How Aro Tour Kidneys I Dr Uobba Sparagus Plllicuro all ktdnor Ills Sam plo free Add Steiuoii llemedr Co Cblcwo or N Y Â¬ Prohibition Convention The Prohibitionists of Kentucky will meet in mass convention at Louisville Aug 1st and 2nd to nominate a state ticket Hon Samuel Dickie Albion Michigan and chairman of the National Prohibition Executive Committee will Reduced rates ou all the be present railroads have been secured on the cer- Â¬ tificate plan The Williard hotel will bo headquarters and convention will be held in Music Hall A banquet will be held at tho Williard Tuesday evening A desired Enormous Business The branch of the Henderson route is doing an excellent business There is not a day but what a train is pulled loaded to ita capacity with ties lumber and wheat Coming io showing at aldng the upper Ohio He will in towns all probability be In this city about August let with an excellent attraction Eyery attention and courtesy will bo extended to ladieB without escorts Choice of routes returning between Richmond and Clifton Forge will be given enabling those who desiro to visit Lyncbbuig Natural Bridge arid other points of Interest Sleeping car rates will be 400 for berth Louisville to Old Point Comfort to be occupied by one or two persons and application for sleeping ciur space should be made at once to W A Wilgus S P A Hopkins vflle Ky For further particulate address as above or call on Agent L H 8t L Railway Frenchs new sensation new Depot SIMPLER PtNt EASES JeVW a- jt liniment which settee ani M0t certainly he the thing I wplMw nwcHuo Mr Ueev aurifwtrtcJ fat piKLvjnyESiPv I JBJBND w0WjkB91099 W PW if book Befota Bhy ta tfcrtWs WjAtai J HMM Jw t Iwctk w jaw foo4 Sod to m far Ow itf ot Needed Improvements Haynes who recentNewsom Short ly purchased the Cooper building on A Cure for Blood aad 8kln Diseases Eoze Second street are making extensive im- Â¬ ma Pimples Scrofkila Dolls Blood provements which are much needed PoIiob Caaoer Eto Thty are putting down a sewer with By addressing Blood Balm Ool 315 cross sections and after its completion Mitchell St Atlanta Ga any of the will spread several loads of gravel 2Uws readers may obtain a sample botÂ¬ tle of their famoua B B B Botanic Promoted to the Position of Engineer Blood Balm tho greatest grandest best Mr B F Braahear ono of our roost and strongest blood Youiedy made Cures popular firemen on the Henderson pimples ulcers when all else fail Route has been promoted to the posi ectami bolls blood poison eating sores tion ot engineer He passed a rigid exÂ¬ terms dlsireain akin eruptions cancer ca amination and hla examiners compli tarrh rheumatism Free medical advice Farmer ItfaCttwte mented him highly for hla proficiency included when description ol your Dr P W Foot president ol the Ts trouble Is given This generous offer A UUI Kwn Faet Sreakauldge aad Head Couaty Afcrl Sample bottle worth while acceptiug I That moat serious atoawea orfclnateat swjt all aealahr ban aa article in thui prepaid Large bpttlw charts la dieoWat e kldnava No hope of good eontaialae nearly a quart dt BaedMne Cllldrea Jor Infants and vfcfah ftp fcaftrt abort aHh wUI Utt kMwyt are wrong loriHahyalUmJtt P t Ahdjft Tin iattar FOjjrVf lODgf Y QVMK la natan B ef all attmc Meed ia aajr am in rwy wa beneactat t to M iMaedtMlMaaiftngMced hi aw and It i tt doty avarx M h Flaar 0ownrti 11 A RiiftnottisMif b v a Maasl pna-- mm aw lyiAUpiwaQt l 9 BLOOD PURIFIER 8ENT FREE Â¬ paylng-aubscrib-- In flemorian Benjamin Bate Weaver infant Mr and Mis Ferry Weaver Both June 0 1800 Died June 0 1800 Only for an hour was this little angel allowed to bo upon this earth when he was recalled to Our Heavenly Fat tber who only let him remain with tho U ther and mother who would havo bo fondly lavished everything in their bono 3 to the comfort and happiness of thin lqved babe It seems sad to us who catjinot see and understand why we are caJIed upon to stand these trials Wo can oly trust and believe that He who lenowutb all things did this in bis wise judgment and when some day how soon none can tell this father and mother now eo aad clasp their little darling who will meet them in tW other world All will bo made clear and when as n reunited fami Â¬ ly enjoying the compmilonablp which will never end The wrong of this world will bo all forgotten The tittle form lying in Cava Hill is only the cask et or outer covering for the little jewel the aou which is llvlojrNm aad will for Â¬ ever and ever I have used Gbambeilains Cough Remedy in my family for years and al waya with good results Bald Mr W B For small chil Â¬ Cooper of El Rio Cal dren we find It especially effective For Bale by A R Fisher Oloverport R aon of A 8hellman StephenaporL IrvlngtonTOU Being Repainted Irvington to Have a New Church The Irvington Mill 1b undergoing a The thriving and prosperous Utile ot paint which gives the town now coat town of Irvington is to be honored with a distinctive appearance another church There is to be built a Buslneaa flood house of worship for the Cumberland The necessary Mr SI Lewis manager of the 3rd Presbyterian church reports a rush In money has been donated and the conntreet planning mill He has a months steady run struction will commence soon business The people of Garfield are getting real Thev are going to have a new depot The steady increase of busi- Â¬ Henderson ness has compelled the Route to build for that community a creditable one All of the lumber Is on the grounds and the construction will commence at once tho 2Urd and 3rd artillery and tho volunteers aro tho only ones who goti any praise They havo their coirospondents right along with them and thoy always havo timo to write a clowinc account of their deeds Tne regulars havo no correspondents that havo tho timo to spare to writ falsehoods about us wo fight and think it our duty and that settles it Tho peoplo in tho Btate3 dont get a correct statenfent about matters here I havo a poor opinion of those negroes hero Thoy aro treagp ous and mean to an extreme Wo feci some of them at Saurrnrguil an thoy were fighting us the next day Thoy aro a strange peoplo TJhn have two suits or rather changes of clothes apieco which they alwayi carry with them Thoy say they aro friends and would carry a wifii Tl flag and in five minutes bo shooting at you from somo thicket havo tho advantage of us knowing as they do every bamboo thicket tho island Thoy would murder anyone if they got a chenco and th nnmn nrmirwl thn nnxt dnv nnd hnrr likfl a dorr for RomethincrO to eat Tl wvmv O O better class hero dont want to fight but tho rough mean ones rule thft si reBt They aro a band of murdorors thieves and cut throats TtOr murder and ruin their own peoplo and dont caro for freedom as long as tlmn nan nT nrnnnfl ir lirf nnrl filfh nnrl nilfnr Rnmn hnp rlivtfliAfV thill Dont talk to mo about goods whilo their officers divido tho monoy freedom for these peoplo If thoy wero set free they would bo murder Â¬ ing each other in a week Iftheyweroto surrender to morrow thero Their gener would etill bo as many of hoir would bo Boldiers as nmv aro in it for what thoy can got out of it If tho people who als say they live in tho States and read papers which condemn this war as inhuman would como here and Btay awhflo they would think different Jhavf been fighting over sinco I got here but wo aro quartered horo now ir piivato houses and may stay for two months I rccoived tho Bbeokek mooE News which had ono of my letters to you in ono of its- columni Wo don and I felt like I was most homo again Writo mo often to writo as you do so dont bo uneasy iff I don5 havo tho chance hero j Farewell for this timo writo you agin in two months fe Lovingly GEonai W Odinciuik Sergeant Co M Srd Infantry Manilla DEATH OP AN OLD LADY v PI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CASTOR A m In ton fti otttmMtbwtpt t WttUti jfcJ- tr - tt V jAk zm Mrs Win Robertp PaBjes Away At Concordia Mrs Wm Roberta an old lady resid ing noar Concordia la Meade county She waa the oldeet perdied last weelr ITam son living in that eectloa tf Her life was ono of purity She was a ind when the bowels tail to act pro devout Christian woman and a woman iy iBKe n uoeo oi jyun b liAXAi who had the respect of all Her death Syboi It acls gently but fllectuall was a shock to all who knew her the kidneys liver and bowels will k your Bystom in good working order WHITES OltEAM VERMIFUGE not make your complexion clear only eflectually expels worms but Is un Four Buahela ot Wheat enualed as a tonic and is a certain and permanent cure for Chills and Fevers in D Bennett and Daniel Humph J Price- 75 eta A R Fisher children two basiling farmers of Batilet A Moado county have tke reputatjo Stephen Hardin Dead threshing the lwut natuber of buabJ SUhsn Hardin one of the oldest wheat la tbat seetlea Tuatr landmark in tho Little Bend neighbor IJfca lour bati yield head ia Meade count v - died last week tPi Â¬ Â¬ New AsLjtr3tmaflter Mr MrionHfifeik tolt aaat postmaster dlBplayeuon Monday an usal smile it was due to tlxnftrlyal He la alr fine boy Marlon says willing to araist in tho distribution mall Vn lj - asgpjt loiaagf adtWwbe bad tela vottk4 ewmMBiSy H of a- Mm yw 34MtU HnVirt OAyoM wfflMKIMTNl - y V fiini 1 S BRKKBKIJIDGE fe D fc y NEWS 9 SHg Edlton nd FrpiUtr WEDNESDAY JULY 30 1899 SIX PAGES CABDS OP THAHKS f 10 eiU OBITUARIES nit twlUe MrSTellwi cktrjpi ff t Hit krg4 fr at th ratt f 6 Mitt General Rain BEWLEYVILLE The recent rain has been general throughout the county lor whioh the Mim Gola Orendorf continues her farmers are jubilant stay Be careful what you say on the tele Reported Killed phone in town A report was circulated Mrs Roy Cain in spending a week Monday that Bon Dooloy so woll known with her onronta in this city had beon killed at Fords Mrs R N Miller recently visited Mrs tt vllo MOKKT IN ADVANCE A QRBAT OFFER Farm Journal From Now to Decern ber 1903 Nearly Flvo Years Big Contract Goonoy and Nlo Schaad Dave Young and Jim Gray have taken a big hub con tract in Breckenrldge county They loft Sunday for that place Hawsyllle Plain dealer Revival Rev T V Joiner will commenco a By special arrangomont made with tbo protracted tneoting at Holt Sunday lie publish era of the Farm Journal we aro will havo the able assistance of Rev A enablod to offer that paper to every sub- Â¬ H Davis of Hardinsburg scriber who pays for tbo Brkckenkidok Fine Oh I Nkwb one year ahead for onlv 1 both papers for the price ofoura only our Edward Whitehead Is more willing paper one yoar and the Farm Journal than ever to eive prospective builders from now to December 1003 nearly flvo an estimate on work He was presented years The Farm Journal ia an old Saturday with one of the finest girls in established paper enjoying great popu- the Pennyrile larity ono of the best and most useful farm papers published do to Sulphur Wells I This offer should be accepted Misses Maggie and Bettie Bowmor and without delay Lula Owen will leave today for the cel- Â¬ ebrated Sulphur Well Springs they will Tils English language for the first remaina week enjoying the attractions hundred years was known as the baby of that notod place language COriPANY HENRY KOEHLER This countrys supply of gold is Lumber Dealers of Louisville Ky in Â¬ 075540000 the largest of any one nation vito correspondence with Mill men who in the world have lumber for Bale They buy poplar and hardwoods in mixed cars dry or People of wealth are flocking to tho summer resorts to avoid this continous green Write them Â¬ warm weather Frenchs Show Demointeresting account of his of 5 The little boys were running over with joy yesterday afternoon when the melo- Â¬ crat gives an dious sound of the calliope greeted their trip to Petoskey Mich ears It was the combination show of French who has traversed the Ohio for Authentic information is that the lo these many years He has the best pine lumber products of Georgia will show he ever had and is backed by a be exhausted in a few years strong company of actors and actresses Editor Allen the Oynthiana Â¬ Ojjip mektingh are the order of tho Prohibition Speakers day One opened Sunday at New AlRev A H Davis Judge M Board and bany Ind with a large attendance Geo Morris will speak at the following Â¬ There are numerous bugs in an around Cloverport but so far she has been void of a visitation from the kiss Ing bug time and places Bewleyville Aug 15 Irvington Aug 17 Webster Aug 18 Speaking at 7 311 p m I 1 p a o 1 A il I v Glean politics honest politics are Attention Temperance Workers what we want in Kentucky and the peoA call for all the temporance workers ple are getting in mighty fine shape to in the Bewleyville Magestrial District to haye them meet in Irvington Saturday July 20th 1S09 at 2 p m to arrange a prohibition Bryan is not coming to Kentucky campaign to select speakers and a time Vo ho is too shrewd a politician to be and place tor speeches Revs Bozart caught in any such a muss as ia now go Morris andjSt Glairinviteato be present ing on in this state S P Parks T B Henderson JW Lewis A B Coleman W H Cain and Thrhk Democrats and one Republican Jed Jolly made the following guesses on Taylors majority over Goebel in this county High School Teachers 200 350 500 and 550 The echool board has appointed the Ex Legislature John Finn ol Brack- Â¬ following corps of teachers for the en en county ended his life Saturday by suing year Mr W V Maple Smyrna Jefferson shooting himself through the heart county as principal F A Beavin First His mind was unbalanced Â¬ Â¬ Union fltar spent Sunday with Mrs Wilson Jarrelt Tho Dooetrlck Skulo was a great success in ovory particular In spiU6f the croakers usual cronftintj Mr and Mrs W H Sargent after spending a week wiln relatives hero returned to Fordsville Sunday Mr and Mrs J II Lay and son of Gas City Ind aro with his parents Mr Piitgott a few days Phelps Walker wan a member of tho and Mrs H Lay for a fow weoks stay Wo hoar from Madame Rumor that Lexington Convention John McCoy and Miss Ennah Bash am Our thrashing machine has been con wero married Sunday at Gannolton Ind sldeiably hindered by rain Mr R T Williams and daughterp Misses Ray and Gladys McAfee aro Misa Ida and Mrs Chas Wadlington of visiting Minnie and Ada Stlth Evansvllle were in town a day last Mrs Beasley and daughter Miss Lu- Â¬ week cille aro in Hardin county visiting rela- Â¬ Some folks seein to think thoir salva Â¬ tives tion depends entirely on one continual Miss Stella Paul who has beon In tho kick at everything except going to city quite a while returned to her homo meotln with a long face Saturday Botwoen fifty and sixty from Romo and Tho much needed rains have come Derby Ind a crowd from Ohsnault and and overybody is feeling much relieved soveral from Addison attended The and grateful Deestrlck Skule Saturday evening Our best wishes aro for Guston It is The managers of The Deestrlck the opinion of some good reliable men Skule want to thank all who bo kindly go for prohibition that she will assisted them in the play and especially Miss Florence Cain Jesse Payne and Prof O E Robinson of Indiana who so Thos Cain will spond this week in Har- Â¬ efficiently Ailed tho place of Master dinsburg attending the Institute Mr and Mrs Chappel and son and Tho Deealrick Skulo of fifty years daughter of Concordia are guestaof Mrs ago played at Stepensport Saturday Charlie Anderson for a weok or moro July 22nd following is the program It would be well if Robert Ralkos lROORAM could arise from the dead and walk Master Prof O E Robinson through our towns on Sunday alter Mike OFilm Jas Crawford Wm Spoopendyke noons R W Yaughn Harlln Morgan Miss Celeste Beavin has been visiting John P St John Smart Eleck Herman Lay near Mt Merino a week returning Timothy Truck Dr Shively Sunday with visitors from that Ezokiel Jedediah Honeysuckle our home own only little bubby four years vicinity old R A Sheliman In answer to the Messenger I give Patience Honeysuckle Mrs R A Sheliman this Z T Stith sowed 38 acres of wheat last fall and last week threshed 080 bn Sallie Sawflst Honeysvckle tho gig- lingelrl MrsR from the same This ia a little extra Hannah Maria Honbyauckle- - W Vaughn Mrs Who can beet it F O Ferry Faith Honeysuckle Belle McOann Mrs Carrie Frakes and little Miss Car- Â¬ Jane Longnose Honeysuckle the rie D her daughter are visiting rela summering girl Mary LAllen Susan Billflnger Honeysuckle tho tives and friends Its Mr Frakes that crying girl Katie Crawford we are always glad to see and the uni- Â¬ Fatty Sparebones Honeysuckle the que little lady is nono the less popular lisping girl Zelma Lay By the way they are splendid Sunday Bill McKinley Herman Lay Hannah Sawtooth Honeysuckle School workers Mrs W H Sargont Mrs Lizzie Foote Babbago and chil- Â¬ Mrs Honeysuckle Mrs F O Ferry dren of Hardinsburg returned to their f E II Miller I Marion Thomas home Tuesday last after spending some- Â¬ time with relatives in our community BIG SPRING It is to be regreted that so few of her mauy friends here saw her and we hope she will come again Boon for a longer Alex Montgomery is on the sick list stay Protracted meeting is still in progress The Rev A II Davis Judge Milton Miss Georgle Horrell is visiting friends Board Rav Geoige Morris will Â¬ jEfi ever 1 See WHATS THE MATTEE WITH THIS CUT 0 Snow I storm in summer We never did but we have seen the clothing at this time oT the vear so covered with dandruff that it looked as If it had been out in a regular snow- storm OUR ENTIRE LINE OF m Nonced of this snowstorm As the summer sun would melt tho falling snow so will STRAW HATS o cro to 15 and 35 CentsJ vaf Vigor melt these flakes of dandruff in the scalp It goes further than this it prevents their formation It has still other properties it will restore color to gray hair in just ten times out or every ten cases And it does even more it feeds and nourishes the roots of the hair Thin hair becomes thick hair and short hair be- Â¬ comes long hair We have a book on the Hair and Scalp It is yours for the asking It yon do not obtain all the boneflta you expected from tho uie of the Vigor lrotnbly write the doctor about It your gen difficulty with there Is tome eral ayitem which may be eatllr re moved Auureu U LOW6U DIl lOM9MM90frreMM THE FAR ummer J AYJSU HS1S rm Basham is visiting her aunt Mrs Hor and Â¬ a assistant Miss Mary Mooorman Second Miss Annie Wheeler one of Amer- Â¬ assistant and Miss Ella Robertson of icas noble girls baa once more donned Giendeane Third assistant The boards the Tied Gross She follows her father selection is an excellent one and all are teachers of ability Fighting Jo Wheeler IT COSTS Io The Kansas corn crop is tho larg est in the history of the state It is rank and Where an Admission Is Charged to green and stands ten to thirteen feet Play Ball high It is nearly as good as corn in this county The Owensboro boys who took part in that game of ball against the Bloomer TYrare in receipt of Farm Bulletin girls have gone up against the real No 05 issued from the U 8 Department thing They are compelled to pay of Agriculture It treats of good roads Uncle 8am a revenue The law pro for farmers and contains some valuable vides where an admission is charged information on road construction Mr license at the rate of Sift per annum Maurice O Eidridge Assistant Director Offlco of Road Inquiry is the author f t i 11 H c a m an in as V i w in I a t to for good drainage is to fonr teachers Rev J AY Bigiiam opened tho Insti tute with a prayer which was followed by a song Miss Mary L Smith was elected as Secretary Prof Frank Pate of Lebanon one of tho most proficient and able instructors Â¬ is conducting the Institute quite a good charged into larger or more open chan Â¬ deal of interest is being shown and nels Furthermore it is necessary that everything promises to be one of the no water be allowed to flow across a best Institutes ever convened in Breck- Â¬ roadway culverts tile stone or box enrldge county drains should be provided for that pur- Â¬ pose ANTI QOEBEL MEETINQ When it is known that 27000 tons of water fall on each mile of road every Rousing Speeches and Resolutions year it will readily be seen how import Â¬ Condemning Qoebel ant the matter of drainage is in the con- Â¬ struction of good permanent roads We Bowlino Grkkn Ky July 2 1 The will say for our supervisor Mr Bohler anti Gocbel meeting here this afternoon that be has this idea well in hand and is Among those working along these lines and so far as was largely attended we aroable to judge is doing excellent present were Harvey Meyers and W F Hall of Covington J J Constantino work Sparta Ben Howe James T Williams and G W Dalley Louisville J O K of P MEMBERS Flournoy Fulton Ben Johnson Bards GO TO OWENSB0R0 town W B Smith and Thomas HayB ex Congressman W O Owens sent a let- Â¬ There boarded Mondays west bound passenger for Owensboro the fallowing ter condemning the nomination of Goebol members of the Knights of Pythias for governor and reviewing the work of generally lodge Thoy go to attend a district the Louisville convention meeting of the lodges which is in session Tho meeting adopted long resolutions there Messrs Ghs May Jr Alfrdd They condemn the movement Inaugur Oelze Frank English Lige Gibson A ated by so called Democrats in eastern A Lalleist OhasMay Mr K II Kings Â¬ states to abandon the principles of tht and Indorse W bury F T Ileyser and Allen Kings Â¬ Chicago platform bury of this city William Winchell of J Bryan for president They charge that the stato Convention In Lou Tobinsport and Jacob Hanks Addison isville which nominated Goebel was If interested in horses cows or sheep perverted from its true purpose fraud and force bv We will give by corruption take the farm Journal thia paper for the balance of 1800 and Intrigue and treachery by infamous rul all ol 1000 1001 1002 and 1003 nearly inirs of the acting chairman thereby not Are years to all subscribers new or old ting at naught the time honored princi who pay or the Breckknhilhie Nkwb a ple 01 democracy mat the will of the I year a head This offer Is for a abort majority of the people shall be tho ov 1 J ernlng power time only He eajs An essential feature of a good road is good drainage and the principles of good Institute In Session drainage remain substantially the same The Teachers Institute began Monday whether the road be constructed of morning Order was called at 10 a m earth gravel shell stones or asphalt with an enrollment of one hundred and The first demand attend to the shape of road surface This must be crowned or rounded up toward the center bo that there may be a fall from the center to the sides thus compelling the water to flow rapidly from the surface into the gutters which should be constructed on ono or both sides and from there in turn be dis- must be paid A penalty of 50 per cent will be added if not paid before the ex- Â¬ piration of this month make prohibition lectures at Bewleyville Aug 10th at 730 at Irvington Aug 17th at 730 and at Webster Aug 18th at 730 Let everybody keep the sub Â¬ ject agitated and all the voters vote for the temperance cause and well make a small stride toward the millenium The Womans Missionary society met in the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon with nine members and a few visitors present Wiiat is the fucure state of tho heathen was a topic con Â¬ sidered and held over to the next meet- Â¬ ing The wicked shall be turned into hell and all the nations that forget God is a verse quite conclusive as regards the matter and missionary workers need to be informed as well as to be zealous The Irvington Fortnightly Reading club held the lost meeting of this year Thursday afternoon with Mrs Piggott After roll call officers were elected for next year Mrs Piggott Presfdent Mrs Wimp Secretary Mrs McGlothlan Librarian After a little dlBcassion it was decided that we continue the B Y R 0 course which will take us to Rus sia and giye us an insight into their manner of doing things At the close of the business we were invited into the dining room where we found an excel- Â¬ lent lunch T J Jolly who has been personally and intimately associated with Samuel J Parks deceased from boyhood wishes to add this small tribute of love and re- Â¬ spect to his memory Bro Parks was a zealous member of the church for over fifty years and had been a Mason for forty He lived on the square with al mankind he circumscribed his desireB and passions by the compass and kept himself in due bound at all times If there ever was a man that did unto others as he would that they should do unto him it was he He has gone to his reward and by the grace of God I hope to meet him in the Grand Lodge above where the Suprome Grand Ar chitec presides here Fiuley Willis here Friday of Vine Grove was Alex Montgomery is building a new front to his dwelling Chas Moorman is the Assignee of Hall Drano of Hudscnville James Osborn is in the contract for building for Alex Montgomery Miss Inez Kayo of Vine Grove is here the guest of Mrs Klingleemith near town Gabe Meadow Jr has accepted a position with a Chicago firm for enlarg- Â¬ ing pictures Messrs Stith and Perfect who have been enlarging pictures have gone to Hodgenville Mr Bardwell of Louisville was hero again Wednesday evening the guest of Miss Maymo Barnard Miss Nan Malin returned home Sun day from Custer where she has been visiting the past two weeks Tom Hardin who has a position with the largest dry goods firm in Champaign III is home for his summer vacation Chas Hubbard of Hodgenville was man Parks Miss Porter a pretty little lady of Louisville is spending the summer with Misses Maud and Ethel Board Several from hero attended the ice cream supper at Fred Moormans Saturday night All report a good time A X Kncheloe was out here last week prospecting He is talking of put ting a store here Gome on Kinch Say you road nien bring your scrapers and things over thin way The second tax is almost due and you havo not been in eight yet Capt Dye of Featty Heighhj spent Saturday with N S Club Cap is a warm member and makes things liyely when he is around Â¬ Â¬ Dress Good FIRST LOT French Ginghams Lappeets Mulls Organdies Crepons And all other Pine Goods former price 20c and 25 now go at j The Populist Nominate Tho Populists of Breckenrldge county met in convention at Haidinsburg lost Monday and nominated Squire George Harned of Custer as a candidate for the Legislature Mr Harned is a prominent farmer of that neighborhood and has figured ex- Â¬ tensively in politics He is a good con- Â¬ scientious citizen honest In his belief and if elected will serve the best Inter- Â¬ est of his county He is well known and popular with his party and will carry its full strength In the county How 1Qc YARD President Arthur and Blaine Were Caught SEGOND LOT All other Summer Dress QoodB go here Friday in the interest of the Mutual Life Insurance Society of New York Misses Â¬ Mary Graham and Maggie Hampton returned to their home at Vino Grove after a weeks stay with Miss Abbie Medley Guy Meadow has been compelled to add an addition to his blacksmith shop He Is doing a hustling husiness as well as Duran and Martin EdueatoToor 10c 25c Candy Cathartic If a C O ISoweli With Cuicareti euro constipation forever tall druggists refund money CAVE SPRING Crops are looking exceedingly we 1 since the rain The Sunday echool is progressing nice- Â¬ ly at this place We have had several nice showers Betn tha J Tha Kind You raw Always Bought during the past week Mr Fred Niles was the guest of Miss Mattio Nobbett Sunday STEPHENSPORT We aro expecting the wheat thrasher In this neighborhood right soon Prof O E Robinson went to Hawes MUs Dora Mattingly was the guest of ville Monday Misses Fronie and Mary Jolly Sunday Mr and Mrs Johnson Stiles spent Sun Â¬ There was several from this place at Â¬ day in Cloverport tended the dedication at Antioch last Philo D Hawkins of Unfon Star went Sunday to Louisville Monday Misses Flora and Florence Butler at H Scott McCoy went to Gas City Sun Â¬ tendod the protracted meeting at Mt day where he has a position Zion regular Mrs Sallie Blaine and Mrs America Mrs Rov Galloway of Stephensport Miller went to Sample Sunday who has been visiting relatives at this Mrs Dr Larue Helm of Lexington is ploco returned home Saturday visiting Mr and Mrs L H Helm- CLIFTON MILL8 W O and Arthur Blain of Patesville were in town Saturday and Sunday Success to tho News MIsb Oecil Raleigh and Miss Isaacs of Henry Jordan is at home this week Louisville are visiting at the Smith Ewett Frymlro will teach our school House OASTORIA Â¬ Mr and Mrs Samuel II Dix and family leave this week for Hardin Springs Mrs Mary Fierson spent last week with her sister Mrs Clarence Wheeler at Wheelers Landing Quito a number from here attended the A G U W Ico cream supper at Rome Ind Friday night Mr am Mra Edd Kiasam of Glover port and Mrs Warden Bandy of near this term Miss Nannie Meador is visiting Miss Alma Qvendorf Mlos Dell Basham spent Saturday and Sunday at home Court Rush who has been visiting In Meade county returned Sunday Miss Urel Jordan Is spending tho week with her aunt Mra McCoy near Gar field One 0 Prestons belles Misa Nellie Inquirer There is a goo d story of the president- Â¬ ial excursion down to the Eastern shoro of Maryland The party embraced Sec Â¬ retaries Blaine and Wlndom and others They were fortunate enough to hear an excellent sermon from the venerable Protestant Episcopal Bishop of Mary- Â¬ land who was there to administer the rite of confirmation Tho president and the two secretaries sat in quiet satisfact- Â¬ ion But their peace of mind was sud Â¬ denly dispelled Thecffering was sung At the familiar words Let your light so alilne before men etc the President and tho Secretaries each quietly dropped a band into a pocket Lay not np for yourselves treasures on earth Wlndom drew forth a crisp one dollar note and held it between bis thumb and forefinger ready for tbo ap proaching plate The president and Mr Blaine went a little deeper into their pockets One brought up a nickle the oth Â¬ er a dime Their facos flushed it would never do to make such a contribution He that soweth a little shall reap little and he that soweth plenteously shall reap plenteously God lov eth a cheerful giver The President wont to bis pocketbook and the secretary of state explored his vest pocket with nerveous fingers f Ztccheus stood forth and said unto the Lord bohold Lord the half of my glvo to to thepoor and If I haye Sooda I wrong to any man I restore four fold Tho plate was only four pews away What President found in his pocketbook was only a fifty dollar note and a ten dolla greenback nothing smaller Blaine found was What two ten dollar notesnothing smaller To put In a nickle or dime only was not to be thought of To give 10 was moro than either cared to do Each looked at Wlndom sitting there calmly with his dollar note in hand He shook bis head Charge them that aro rich In this world that they maybe ready to give and glad to distribute Tuere wm no time for furthor pocket exploration or consideration With a smile of commisoration at each other and something like gleo on Win doms placid countenance the president and the Secretary of State each planked down his ten dollar note for the poor of this congregation An4 the worst of It is said ono of the-- party afterward that the Lord would probably give them credit only for tho dollar or two whioh they intended to give PhJIadslpaU Â¬ at 5c YARD VEST Kxxxxxy urn THE BRECKENRIDGE NORMAL COLLEGE HARDINSBURG KY 1899 First Term of Five Months Begins September 4 Instructors Practical thorough and enthusiastic mon ana women no scnooi in this oootion of tho Btato offers superior inducemoriw COURSES AND TUITION Jr Teachers Primary Intermediate Preparatory l 75 2 60 3 20 3 20 per month Scientlila Classical Music WnarA - K1 71 in v tt 23 20 ner month 3 20 a 60 ifc OR na v jw noo xi For farther information and catalogue address nV 5tT J Tl G TrTtTlrrC T A T Ti i HARDINSBURGr KY iJ V r I Bfi Send 1250 to tha Bhbokenkidhe efra i Hlgacft4aNBHPfc3gbflifc maJ tadataNwtmfbeaii3tir n IMiPttM flJIilfiiS I o s tfr11 i iiBWMiMi nwTyy iymm vr i - 1 KMri w r 7T fW 5Prnti WW nw5 PW MiiMMMriMM tea BANK nrra l Tf I2LAWWaUUXjlJ A OF Wf D wnwe CONSTIPATION I have Ronoia dnys at n tlmo wlthont as movement of the bowels not being ablo to move them exoept by nstna hot water Injections Chronloconstlpatlouforteveuyoars placed me In this terrible condition during tbat tlmo I did ev Â¬ erything I heard of but never found any relief such was my caso until 1 began using CA8CAIIKTH 1 now have from one to three passages a day and If I was rlob I would glvo 110000 for each movementi It Is such a relief aylviuU Hunt 1C89 Itusscll Bt Detroit Mlob CANNIBAL COBRAS Fierce Fltrht Tletwern n bpnplo Vinemnni Monater Two cobras recently fought n fierce battle in the Philadelphia too The flglft began with angry hissing Then the larger snake made a dash for the other The dart was quick ns a flash of light- Â¬ ning but the other snake was too nim- Â¬ ble for his companion and the head of tho first struck full against the side of tho cage Two great streaks of venom spurted down the glass Then began a bnttle royal With the keeper tho only spectator For a solid half hour these two monstcrB fought each other now In Â¬ terlocking and each trying by main force to crush Its opponent and now striking Ot the head and body of the other with ite fangs What the smaller lacked In size ho made up In activity and tho re Â¬ sult was a drawn fight for their ex Â¬ tinction compelled an end of the strug- Â¬ gle B F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vice Prealdent M H BEARD Caahler 1 M0RRI8 E8KRIDGE I DIRECTORS J R M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON G W BEARD The Clever Bptder Ono of my frlcnda wns accustomod to grant sboltor to n number of garden didders undor n vacant vnrnnda and to watch their habits Ono day a Bharp storm broko out and tho wind ragod bo furiously through tho garden that tho spiders suffered damngo from It although sheltered by tho veranda Tho malnyards of ono of theBo webs as tho Â¬ V IS YOUR FENGE AN EYESORE rf e e 1 f- - t j alHsflslBn T CANDY J SV TIME DEPOSITS jMF VMinMllli JOHN AIBISH0P President E R BASSETT DAN ORILEY Vice President TRAOf MAXN RtOIBTgRfO Cashier Pleasant Talatable Potent Taste flood Do flood Nover Sicken weaken orUripo 10osuotoo Grayson County Bank ESTABLISHED 1 lUrllic Dr CURE CONSTIPATION Csasuj Ctltr aalrol ITw Tsrk sa The snakes are two of 10 which were rocontly brought to this country from In- - 884 Lcitclifield Kentucky Capital Stock BEAR FIGHTSJN ITALY New Sport Introduced by the Prince of Molfetta DELIGHT FOR KINO AND COURT 100000 Paid in 10000 K if MEREST FA2D10K TIME DEPOSITS fill J Bailors would call thom wcro broken no that tho web was blown hither and thither llko a slack snll in a storm Tho spider mado no fresh threads but tried to holp Itself In another wny It lot ltsolf down to tho ground by a thread and crawled to a plnco whoro lay Botno splintered plecou of a wooden fence thrown down by the storm It fastened a thread to ono of tho bits of wood turned back with It and hung it with a strong thread to tho lower part of Its nest about five feet from tho ground Tho performnrtco was a won Â¬ derful one for the weight of tho wood suQlced to keep the nest tolerably Ann whilo it waB yet light enough to yield to tho wind nnd so prevent further In Jury The piece of wood wns about 2 Inches long and as thick as a gooso quill On tho following day n careless servant knocked her bend ngntnst tbo wood anil It fell down But in tho courso of a few hours tho spider mend Â¬ ed her web broko tho supporting thread In two and let tho wood fall to tho ground Our Animal Friends a x Isiifllf is ter decide to have new one put up THE dlS W-IX-iLXiEv- Is Cheapest because it is Best It is Best becntisc it is Cheapest ZFEJiTaZE HIGHLY ORNAMENTAL nnd adds benutv to nnv nlnco Itfl trood nointa are Beauty Lightness Rtrnneth Durnhilitv and its Lnatino Oualitlea It la built on scientific nrlncinlea Everv tiartoi itstrenathon the other part Thero is no strain and ten years niter it is put in it is as firm as it was when originally constructed Thei are no parts to rot no parts to break u win outlast wood anu is cueapor to erect it win outlast eu per cent oi mo me expensive iron fences and beats them all in appearance CLOvxaroRT Kv May 5 1899 Tint Owkniboro Pknck Company Whnt tho IMHnr Gentlemen The Williams fence more than plcari me It Is a thing of beauty and a Joy forever It enhances the appearand Of this 01 my yard and discounts the other wire and iron fences In the city never got grcrter yaiue t jr my money in m v uie 10 per boys s llelleveme JNO D BAIinAOE Call around and see tho lawn fence in front of Mr Babbagoa resldenco It speaks for itself Oonstrnctlon 1 W T BARNETT IS AGENT Hendquarters at Mitchells Hotel Cloverport Ky YOU Everything thats good in Fresh Outlet For the Natural Snv neorr of Man OanKera Falrlr Di Â¬ vided Dctwccn the Human and An Â¬ imal Contestants1 m K If I M- - IE t s - Kr c k Eh - ll saW Bear fighting has become the new na- Â¬ tional sport of Italy according to a mm Mwa Furnished by correspondent of the Philadelphia Times GEORGE H CASPERKE The origin was accidental Some time ago the young Prince of Molfetta bought InTstWsMPMniTTmsr SEuwpf4a Jowclry and Insurance Kurpathlnn hunter bear from BBANDBKBUHQ KENTUOKV a babyhad been a n peasant instead of a he If prince it is probable he would have trained his savage pet to dance to the Poters Antiseptic Healing Oil music of a hurdy gurdy In that case Relieves all pain instantly and heals and cares it is not improbable that the bear and hisÂ¬ cuts barns boils bruises Itch exrema catarrh sore throat erysipelts corns chapped hands and master would be in the streets of Phillips piles and all ulcers or sores of skin or mucous adelphia at this very moment tempting membrane Will cure sore or inflamed eyes in 48 hours Horsemen will find this oil will care pennies from small boys in knickerbock- Â¬ scratches cracked heel halter burns old sores and ers and little girls in pinafores But bo collar rails Use It ana If not satisfied your drug lng a prince and a prince of muscular gist trill cheerfully give back your money Price OWEN CIov attributes with a princely ambition for 3j cU For sale by MOORMAN erportJCy their display under more congenial con- Â¬ ditions Molfetta taught his young bear to fight mimic battles with his young master The bear was trained to Btand on his hind legs and fight according to the strict rules of the prize ring It was a sftrlous COUKA8 TRTINO TO EAT EACH OTHER business the education of this young bear serious for the bear and serious for dia says tho Philadelphia Times They Many were the scratches aro of the kind known to the naturalist the athlete his bearshlp inflicted upon the prince- Â¬ as the Naln bungarar sometimes called ophcophagus which means snake eat- Â¬ ling before the former learned to recogThey are found largely In India nize the noble rules formulated by a er though said Superintendent Brown Marquis of Queensbcrry In time how2 1 2 Miles From Garflold they nbonnd in Luzon and are probably ever the bear and the man were ready for public exhibitions of their prowess one of the best known products of our What tho sav Â¬ but even now it is necessary to place a new colonial possessions man with a lasso in one corner of the age of tho Pacific islands is to his fellow arena to draw off the educated bear if man the cobra Is to other snakes But In one of his momentary lapses into unlike the cannibal he will oat nothing Near Harned the savage state there is danger that he else than snakes This was instanced in the voyage over will substitute a blow or the death dent In tho cage in which the coos snakes ing clnw of the man killer for the musHere is a chance to secure cular hug of the wrestler traveled were 14 other snakes all cobras While bear fighting as it is now prac- Â¬ some smnll some large The sailor who land cheap ticed in modern Italy is not a mere exhi- Â¬ tended tho cage wus instructed to give For further information ap- - bition of the one sided cruelty of bear their snbkeships fresh chicken or rabbit baiting that delighted Englishmen in tho each day The third day out ho noticed ply This Office glorious days of the great Queen Bess it there were four snakes missing He said nothing to the captain however fearing ltf lacking in the thrilling interest of the gladiatorial contests with wild beasts that he should be accused of neglect He ex- Â¬ wore so highly appreciated in ancient amined tho cago carefully but could find Rome In tho Italian bear fight tho in- no sign of a hole by which they might terest centers in the momentary danger have escaped The fourth day there were to tho man In the Roman arena tho fire less In the cngo and becoming thor- Â¬ man was a slave and the interest was oughly alarmed ho told the captain who concentrated in the delight of seeing him Instituted a search throughout tho ship but the misting snakes were not found The next morning on going to feed tbo reptiles the sailor was just in tlmo to see the tall of one of them disappear down tho throat of the largest cobra There were but five left In tbo cage To save these all from extinction the two large ones were separated from the rest and there seemed to be harmony in both camps for the rest ot the voyage When however the big ones were re- Â¬ Co moved from their cage upon their arrival OANNBLTON IND here one of them struck viciously at Mr Carson the assistant superintendent who was standing near and he narrowly escaped death Since their arrival both Offloe In Bear of Moorman Owens snakes have refused to eat even declinDrug Store ing a tempting pine snake which was of- Â¬ fered them Their desire seems to be 4i ft that one should overcome the other and it is thought that had such been tho re- Â¬ sult of the battle there would now be but one cobra In the zoo The larger cobra has a history Last fall Captain Lawrence St Leger of tho Eighth Royal tuslleers was up at Nag pur a town about 850 miles from Calcutta shooting with a party of friends One day the party baited at a little village KMBIBIBSaBIBKWlff und found the natives In a great state of Guarantees satiafaction in all kinds excitement On inquiry he found that a Vffi saTMhKft largo serpent had taken possession ot a of Dental work hut after driving out the owners and KY CLOVERPOftT that It had struck with fatal aim a child about 4 years old The body of the child Commissioners Notice tHs was exposed In a hut near by and tho BslBsfl mother was frantic with grief Captain II C JOLLY CoMMITTSg Pli I Notice in Equity vs St lyt ger a man of sportsmanlike no- Â¬ Hmma Masey t al Defts tions conceived the Idea of capturing tho Persons having clalmsAgalnst the estate of Ben reptile and adding tho stuffed skin to his Masev will Dresent the same property proven collection He had some difficulty in car- Â¬ to the undersigned Commissioner of the Brecken- V4trfa Circuit Court at his AtfflJIA in the town of Har rying out his plans however for the na Â¬ dlnsburg on or before the 31st day of July 1809 tives stricken with fear had fled from This June a 1890 the neighborhood of the hut and could JUS MOWN C BCC hardly be induced to give assistance Fi PMNCB U0L7RTTA IOIITINO A flEAR nally upon the offer of a largo reward dovoured by the beast Many persons who two brave young fellows offered to help have witnessed bull fights in Spain In him One of them was a noted runner Cuba and Iq Mexico the writer among while tho other wns tho village Sandow them have confessed that there is a joy and could lift an ox The runner whose name was Mahab in seolng a man in tho arena killed by a bull that is delirious in comparison with Singh was to stand before the door and that rather tame excitement of seeing worry tho snake Into coming out the the man kill the bull In all bo called other who enjoyed the appellation of sports such as bull fighting and bear Raman Putab wag to do tho rest When r fighting the element of danger to the nil was ready St Leger posted his two THADK AWSiMMmFm MARKf men In the arena ia what excites tbo joy- Â¬ men and stood by to await the result ous emotions of the spectators in the am- Â¬ Tho runner approached the door armed with a long lance The other man stood phitheater The Prince of Molfettas new sport of by the side of the door Mahab entered and found- the reptile colled up in a cor-Â¬ bear fighting delights king and court prince and peasant because it is a fresh ner apparently asleep No sooner how Â¬ ever had he prodded it with his lanco outlet for the natural savagery of man The mere fact that the educated and fair than the colls unwound and the cobra But he was at a mindod bear may forget bis training and made it drt nt hjm kill his human antagonist renders It fas Â¬ safe distance and rau out of the door following Â¬ the snake He purposely ran cinating If the contest was u mere tus sle In which the man might throw the In a tlgzag course Bnd the reptile follow In the meantime the bear or the bear the man It would soon ed his motions become Insipid The dvllited man In ex Â¬ other man pursued the snake lie soon caught up with It and grasping It firmpectation of the delirious Joy of a momentary recurrence to savagery wants a ly by tbe tall he braced himself and stronger excitement than mere trials of swung it around nbovo his head until MATURES CURE FOR Strength or skill It Is only the imminence the reptile was reduced to a condition ot of n violent death In his presence that partis unconsciousness excites in him the delight lu blood that la Those who II ve on farms aro Hablo to a sure sign of the beast In the man All sports are allied more or less close many accidental oats burns and bruroa A DELIGHTFUL LIQUID LAXATIVE ly to savagery but at the same time they wbiohbeal lnrpldly wben BALLARDS made from well known 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twenty four hours are signs of kidnoy and bladder QUARTERLY REPORT or inn DIAMOND FIELD JACK fe BRECKINRIDGE June 1809 BANK CLOVERPORT KY At tho close of business on tho 30th day IlESOURCKS ood Values FOR YOTT Hondorson Routs esssssan m LoQimllj TIm Bdmsaj No St Lot Vi U AT THE Cars la ErTeoUHna 18 1899 BAST BOUND 4s No 44No CASJ tear OBI John Wilson Believes He Killed a Man Whom Others Confess to Have Mu- Â¬ rderedLiving In the Shadow of the Gallows Loam and dbcounUleit loam to directors Loant td officer 76707 oj 897 3 Eclipse Grocery Company pounda Sugor Lion Coffoo Prunes 2 CanB PolkB Corn Fresh Salmon Mustard SardincB Caromol Drip Syrup Quart Jar Jolly Bottlo Pickles Green Coffoo Country Bacon 3 3ara Toilet Soap 100 Dozen Glass Tumblors per tiot 17 1 4 tariff KOI T A 1 M tVAVAVAVA fUWlco baa the linmrmnna V VA Due from National banki 390919a Due from tUtebanki and bank rt 1014000 Hanking home and lot Other real eiute U S flondt Other ttocka and bondi Specie Currency OvrdralUuntecundr 15183s 00 10o 5933193 1 noose been p jvoven for John Dnvia for a murder that t lie awoars ho did not commit nnd of f yhloh ho has been uxoncratcd by those I who say they commttteil the deed Twice jj he linn nscended the acnffold In the Jnll of Albion Cnsala county Idn tin pul dcr sentence of death and twice he has enl been reprieved at the last moment be pgA canso there was doubt of hla guilt Even tnow he beneath the shadow of the j Tjtgallowg stands thesrip of the executioner with almost upon his throttle only a legal paUcchnlcality between him and death the jflast resort of his attorneys an applic- Â¬ ation for a writ of habeaa corpus In tho yHjfederal district court 68TDavis la a cowboy of the western type laan enterprising spirit who has traversed athc globe In search of adventure saya Lthc San Francisco Examiner lie gained fthe sobriquet of Diamond Field Jack fby his exploits In South Africa but tlr lIdr of other sources of excitement he abandoned the attractions of foreign Hands and returned to the life of a vnque- m nmnncr tlio wllila nf tlm lnrlfir nlnnn 1Iond until his nrict thiee jcars ago he rode the cattle inuges of the Sparks Hnrroll company the ranges reaching Ifrom Nevada far into Idaho a distance of over 100 miles i It was while Davis was visiting the Spnrks IIarrcll range that the killing of i Jrd Pf gave a weird description He snld I took bearings on the spot where I saw tho flash nnd blared away as quick as I could Then I planted my spurs In my horses sides nnd fairly raised him out of his tracks so as to change my po- Â¬ sition in the event of my antagonist coming back with another shot lie came bapk all right and I leveled at the place whore he shot from jumping my horse again the Rome as before lie replied in like manner but my tactics kept him guess- Â¬ ing and though he was uncomfortably close in hla range none of his shots took effect It was so dark that I couldnt tell whnt kind of execution I was doing but kept nt It as long ns I hid a cartridge in my belt Thus In the impenetrable darkness of the night the men pumped at each other until their ammunition wus ex- Â¬ hausted when Davis rode away toward Â¬ loweu a duel m tne anrx or wmen dacK 300000 1187872 aoo00 5S60J9S 05o 16o 10o trouble Tho above symptoms are often attrib- Â¬ uted by the patient herself or by her physician to femalo weakness or trouble of the womb Hence 00 many fall to obtain relief because they are treating not the disease itself but a reflection of the primary cause which is kidney trou- Â¬ ble In fact women as well as men are made miserablo with kidney and blad dor trouble and both need the same romody Dr Kilmers Swamp Root is the great discovery of the eminent kidney and specialist and is easy to get at any drug store for fifty cents or one dollar To prove its wonderful merits you may have a sample bottle and book telling all about it both sent absolutely free by mail Kindly Mention the Brecken iudqe News and send your address to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y ai4iojj M398 a 08o 10o 10o Ooo 55907 Furniture and Dxturea 100000 Debulniclt Stamp Account IJ LIAMMTIES 7J 19800 lJ4190a87 Capital atock paid in In cash Surplua fund Undivided profit Due depoiltora ai follow ylz I DepoilU subject to chrck on which Interest li not paid 7440041 Time certlficateiof depoilt on which Intercit ii paid 1097560 45100x0 10o 07Jo v s ioooooo 38151 10o 10o Wo have many other things and boo us first 18413751 in tho grocery lino you need Call Albion Fund to pay taxes Unpaid Dividends 71083 1353 00 penned which led to Davis arrest uud He mvletion on a charge of murder larkablc as It mnj nuein Davis believed iinbelf to be the slayer of Cummings nd Wilson until after his conviction lie circumstances which seemed to war int that belief were dramatic- lu the ex eme ami it wad not until they saw that 0 innocent man ns they said wus about suffer for their deeds that Jeff D ray and James E Bower two well nown men in southern Idaho confessed lat they did the killing the actual looting being done by Gray Bower Is brother-in-laof John Sparks the mil pnairc cattle king JBeforc the trial Diamond Field Jack id boasted that it was his hand that of ii GucMiiVngs and Wilson outwas the hoc uj aim luougu ms Biaieiueiu Jmitted In evidence before the jury It list have had botno effect on the out ime since all the circumstances of the fair were so thoroughly discussed k xoughout Idaho that nobody was left In noranco of the facts so far as thoy ere publicly known itfack Davis had some foundation for jA belief that tho bullets which caused o death of Cummings nnd Wilson were Tom hlB pistol for he had engaged In a ootlng affray with unknown nutago its near a place called Dunns Camp Deep creek on the night of Fob 2 DO whereas the actual killing occurred jta days later and IS miles from the 5Lr l tnr oviujiv aa Kill Via Xn t i hunt aUUD puvutmh tidiiinn Tf naa sudden encounter between Jack and his tagonists such as could occur only on frontier betwien lecklcss or uesper- men or between adverse classes such arc the cattle drovers nnd the sheep rdcrs of that country t was after nightfall when Davis was proachlng Duuns Camp and he was Hrtlcd by the sudden onslaught of a ittfejterdcr s dog bulking at the heels mSBorse Drawing his pistol he shot the dog nnd almost Instantly he beard V crack of a W nichestcr rillc and a let whistled bv his head Then fob I JACKS FIGHT WTTII CATTLE UIUVKIIS rnnlel 0 Cummings and John O Wilson Several days later the bodies of Cum Â¬ and Wilson were found on the range nnd Davis uatuially credited him Â¬ self with having caused the death of the men during bis nocturnal fusillade lie saw no reason for believing otherwise and made no secret of his opinion in this regard Davis belonged to what Is known in that country as the cattlemens faction nnd his oft repeated declaration that he would rather kill sheepmen for 40 a month than do anything else at double pay stood against him in the minds of the general public Grays sworn confession of the killing which was a startling surprise to the peo- Â¬ ple of Idnho showed not only that Davis had nothing to do with it but that he was 75 miles from the scene of the tragedy This was confirmed by Bowers statement James E Bower himself a wealthy man and related by mm tinge to one of the millionaire owncis of the Sparks Ilarrell range which is 100 miles long by 75 miles wide and controls 3000000 acics waB riding over the range on Feb 4 1890 when he miw a sheepmans wag on and a bunch of sheep on the cattlemens side of the divide lie had been joined by Jeff D Grny and the two men lode over to see who the Intruders wore Dismounting they exchanged the customary greetings and climbed into the wagon wheic Cummings and Wilson were preparing a meal After chatting a few minutes according to Bowers story Bower asked Wilson if he thought he was doing right hi biinglug his sheep across the divide to drhc the cattlemen off the range since U is deemed that cat- Â¬ tle will have nothing to do with a country where sheep have been until after the succeeding season at least Wilson responded that he had a right to be where ho was whereupon Bower as he declares jokingly replied thnt he Wil- Â¬ son knew he was lying when Wilson jumped on Bower who is a small man and gripping him by the throat pressed him backward with great force against Gray who was sitting on the front end board of the wagon Grny was hurled to the ground and Bower who had his overcoat buttoned up to his chin with his pistol in his vest scabbard was thrown across the front of the wagon Fearing he was about to be killed Bower tiled to get out his pistol but Wilson caught it and the two struggled for its possession Wilson was a power- Â¬ ful man while Bower was dazed and pnrtly paralyzed Wilson was just get- Â¬ ting the pistol from Bower and both the cattlemen say he muttered Ill get you both At that moment there was a report of a pUtol followed by a second shot and Wilson fell dead across Bow- Â¬ ers still prostrate form Here Gray takes up the story He says that as soon as he recovered himself aft Â¬ er being thrown from the wagon by the impact of Bowers body in the powerful grasp of Wilsou ho turned nnd saw Cummings in the act of leveling a Win- Â¬ chester rifle nt him that be thought it a case of do or die and that whipping out a pistol he shot at Cummings who without a word dropped bis gun At that instant he says Cummings fierce re- Â¬ mark Ill get you both startled him and he shot Wilson twice before Wilson could get Bowers pistol free for use Other sheepmen were in the neighbor- Â¬ hood so Bower and Gray rode away Bower went to Ogden where on Feb 0 he told John Sparks his employer all about the shooting This was six days before the finding of the bodies of Cum Â¬ mings and Wilson This part is corrobo- Â¬ rated by Kir Sparks and thiB he says explains his eurncst desire to sec Davis go free for he feels that it would be a stain on all concerned to have an Inno- Â¬ cent man hanged for the murder of two men who he believes were killed by an- Â¬ Already other man in self defense Sparks has expended several thousand dollars in the defense of Davis and will not desert the prisoner as long as there is n chance for saving his life If Davis had been acquitted Gray and Bower say they would never have disclosed the fact that they killed Wilson and Cummings mings Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TOSSING COIN FOR A KING UnhnpDr PUkM of n Monarch Who Loved Two Maidens A romantic story comes from the wilds of Africa of a king who loved two beau- Â¬ tiful maidens Instead of marrying both as many a more civilized monarch might County of UrecklnridgD A B Sklllmtn casblerof Breckinridge Bank a bank located and doing business at No Wall street in tha city ol Cloverport in said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report is in all re- Â¬ spect a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1899 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said bankhas been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made In compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 30th day of June 1890 as the day on which such report shall be made A U Skilxman Cashier State or Kkntucv cc 9 i4l9 37 uciw JP urocihy co 828am 869pm 650am a 20pm 246am 310 2 40 TM 301 781 898 3158 78S 3M 743 313 Worthlngton 839 820 762 Stanley 8 44 768 326 Griffith 803 329 Mattlngly 807 383 Owensboro 344 400 820 863 Pstes 823 Powers for Rockport lad 8 41 418 404 86ft 413 Waltnun Lewiaport 867 431 419 Falcon 900 439 428 Petrie 911 433 1 Hawesvflle 460 440 920 for Cannelton Tell City I 449 Skillman 4f8 930 9 42 Shops 600 607 610 603 948 Cloverport 1004 620 61 Holt 10 07 Addison 618 625 i Stephensport 1012 622 10 20 632 Sample 680 1024 634 Pierce 543 1082 Lodlburg S42 661 1040 660 Webster 1048 Irvington 567 603 603 1066 610 Gaston 1104 610 618 Ekron 1113 626 Brandenburg 617 634 1122 Long Branch 6 40 Hock Haven 1129 630 1135 Willow Dale 645 1143 662 Howard 645 1160am 665 West Point Kentucky Street 1220pm 730 715 Louisville Union Dep Ar 1239pm 7 45pm 780am St Louis llvansville Henderson Baskets SpottsTflle Reads Lv a WEST BOUND No Louisville Union Dep Kentucky Street 41 No 603 43 No 45 HARDINSBURG KY Lv 7 37am 460pm West Point Howard Willowdale 760 8 26 829 8 37 8 43 8 49 Rock Haven 637 6 40 6 48 835pm 845 918 931 a Long Branch Guston Tte Vcr 15 Over You will now seek a good investment for vour savins The best known investment is improved Rani Estate Secure your ground and write to Brandenburg Ekron Lodiburg 868 9 06 Iryington Webster Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Shops SkOcian W IiIIowmir J T Ski llman and sworn to befote me by A D Skdlman cashier the 3rd day of July 1G99 Ciiaj B Skillman N P B C Subscribed Commission expires Jan 16 VNDHuv Directors WILL GOMPANY 494 miluM i Holt Cloverport 1900 FOR PRICES ON LUMBER SHINGLES DOORS SASH BLINDS Etg LOUISVILLE KY iMiiniuiseeeseeeee for Cannelton Hawesville Falcon I Tell City 914 921 9 28 937 9 43 9 48 967 1001 1004 1016 1020 1082 563 600 609 618 626 643 661 669 707 712 720 724 727 739 743 764 8 04 1002 1014 1024 961 967 944 x 10 08 1031 ioso 10 1046 1069 UOS 1119 1126 1139 it 10u 1049 10 54 11 04 11 10 Petri Lewlsport Waitman Powers ifoiRockportlnd Pates Owensboro Griffith QUARTERLY REPORT OVTUB Lode Distance Telephone Mattinely BANK OF HARDINSBURG HARDINSBURO of KY Stanley Worthlngton SpotUvill wwmwwwiww ueaas 812 818 827 833 842 1119 863 1130 905 1140 61 916 ll 921 1166 1169am 925 12 07pm 932 1222 1229 1245 1214 UMpm At the close of business on tho 30th day June 1809 BIGGLE BOOKS A Farm Library of unequalled value Practical Concise and Comprehensive Hand- sameljr Printed and Beautifully Illustrated Up-to-d- 1 Baskets Henderson Kvanivllla St Louis Ar 716pm HI 1215am 1220 989 1233 947 1239 964 1010 1265 1040pm 125 720am RESOURCES Loans and discounts less loans to directors Overdrafts unsecured Due from National banks Banking house and lot Other real estate Other stocks and bonds Cash on hand Others iltmi carried as cash Furniture and fixtures 11039694 W 3 46481j8 4648118 1300 S0738 11815x0 10991 98 11108 70000 By JACOB BIGOLE No 1 74 I Nos 45 and 46 havn Pullman Ballet Sleeping Cars aad elegant high back seat Passenger Coachetf through between Louisville EvansvUle and St Louis without change Nos 41 and 44 have elegant high back seat Pass ntrrCnafhAfland Parlor Car service throuarh ae tween LooiavUle Hvansville and St Loub wktit Coaches between Louisville out change All about Horsea BlddLE HORSE BOOK a Common Nos 4s and 43 have Parlor Cars and elegant and EvansvUle wtth EDGAR Traffic Mansger Louisville KjC Illustrations LIABILITIES OAMDL1NO FOH A t947W- - KOTAL HUSBAND have done the matter was left to chance and the two would be queens tossed a coin to decide which should possess hla most gracious majesty day in the year Even during the rainy season the rain seldom falls until late in the afternoon Sunshine Always In Haiti there is sunshine ulmost every Capital stock paid in In cash Surplus fund Deposits subject to check ton which interest is not paid 7161603 Time certificates of deposits on which Interest is paid 9150177 Unpaid dividends 15000x0 5Soii 1631188a 100000 19470901 State of Kentucky County ol llreckenridge J M Biggie Berry Book is an excellent little bank H Beard Cashier Bank of Hardinsburg a located and doing business in the city of manual worthy of a place in ever farm- Â¬ dlnsburg in said county being duly sworn liar says ers library The book is condenced and that the foregoing report Is In all respects a true practical as valuable for the villager statement of the condition of the said bank at the with his 10 x 12 berry patch as it is for close of business on the 30th day of Juno 1899 to the best of his knowledge and belief and the commercial berry grower with his says that the business ot said bank has been furtherÂ¬ transtwenty acre field The price is 60 cents acted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made in compliance free by mail address the publishers with an official notice received from the Secretary Wilmer Atkinson Co Philadelphia All about grotrinfr Small Fmlts read and learn how contains 43 colored life like reproductions of all leading varieties and too other illustrations Price so Cents No 3 BIOQLE POULTRY BOOK All about Poultry the best Poultry Book In existence tells everything t with colored llte llke reproductions of all the principal breeds with 103 otheriUustntiona Price so Cents BIQQLE COW BOOK No All about Cowa and the Dairy Business having a great aale contains 8 colored life like reproductions of each breed with 133 other illustrations Price so Cents No 6 BIOOLB SWINE BOOK Jest out AU about Hogs Breeding Feeding Butch cry Diseases etc Containa over So beautiful half tones and other engravings Price so Cents TheBiaOLn BOOKS are unqueorginalusefut jrounerer aaw anything like them eo practical so sensible They are having an enormous sale East West North ana South Every one who keeps a Horse Cow Hog or Chicken or grows Small Fruits ought to scad right away for the DiaOLH BOOKS The No 2 a BIQQLE BERRY BOOK Sense Treatise wlUi standard work Price 50 Cents otc s ILL l H St L SIy ForMIe Branch 18 1890 TIME TABLE No 10 IN EFFOT SUNDAY JUNE West Bound Trains 4 a- East Bound Train No2t tNo4 Ar 9 AM - No3tNo5t AM STATIONS Irvlngton Garfield Â¬ PM 10 11 11 11 11 11 60 13 24 28 11 33 6 45 7 08 7 19 7 23 7 28 7 35 7 45 7 62 8 04 8 09 8 25 8 45 8 60 8 65 9 00 9 08 9 13 FM Lv Harned Kirk Jolly Hardlnsburg Junction Glendeane Dempster Junction 40 80 57 09 14 30 FARM JOURNAL Is your paper made for you and not a misfit It la as year old it la the great boiled down Farm and Household paper in the world the biggest paper of ita size in the United Ststea 01 America naving over a muuon ana a nan regular reaacra 11 12 12 12 12 12 1 1 1 1 60 65 00 05 13 20 Falls of Hough Rockvale Ruth Aaklns Oaks Fordsville Dempster 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 00 35 24 20 15 10 01 64 42 6 6 6 6 6 715 30 57 63 48 44 86 SO Ar Lv FM 45 20 09 05 00 4 65 4 46 4 39 4 27 4 15 4 00 3 42 3 38 3 33 3 29 3 21 3 15 1 TU AH IH 1 If TnUo Cascarets Candy Cathartic OOO To Care Constipation Vorever fall to cure druggists refund mooey loo or25o r following Some time ngo I happened to spend the night in a country town not far from Bath and it hnnnened thnt thnro was stopping at the same hotel nn itinerant eye specialist Wo drifted into a conversntion nnd dnring tho conrse of tho evening he loid mo or some or tne innrvolons opera- Â¬ tions he had performed on the eye One cneo in particular be spoke of that caused mo considerable nstoninhment for I didnt know I confess that the operation had been successfully per- Â¬ formed Ho said ho had rocently taken out a patients eye scraped the back of it and returned it to its proper place The patient he said was never trou Â¬ bled by bad eyesight afterward That was a difficult operation doo tor said L Yes said he it was I suppose you found it necessary to employ an antesthetiot Yes idld he admitted What anrosthetlo did yon nee doc tort I persisted Oh well unless yon ore familiar with such operations yon probably wouldnt understand if I were to tell you But well it was shaped something like a spoon explained the emi Â¬ nent specialist Lewiston Journal Persons troubled with diarrhoea will be interested in the experience of Mr W M Bush clerk of Hotel Dorrance Providence It I He eaya For several years I have been almost a constant sufT er from diarrhoea the frequent attacks completely prostrating me and render Â¬ ing mo unfit for my duties at this hotel About two yean ago a traveling sales Â¬ man kindly save me a small bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlar rhoea Remedy Much to my surprise and delight ita effects were Immediate Whenever I felt symptoms of the disease I would fortify mvseK against the attack with a few doses of this valuable remedy The result has been very satisfactory and almost complete relief from tha af- Â¬ fliction For sale by A It Plaher Clo- Â¬ verport It A Shellman Stephensport It is a Bath physician who tells the The Shape of an Anicathetlo of State designating the 30th day ol Tune 1 899 as the day on which such report shall be made M H Heard Cashier Any ONE of tbe BIGGLE BOOKS and tne FARM JOURNAL Jlo YEARS remainder of 1890 1500 loot loos and loot will be aent by mall auy address for A DOLUXb BILL Sample of FARM JOURNAL and circular describing BiaOLQ BOOKS free Address Will Miller Morris Kskhidgb a K Heard Directors WILMES ATKINSON CIIA8 F JBNKINS FAIUX JOVRNAI PniLAOBXruxa TDally Trains 41 4s 43 and 44 connect ot Irvington with Trails Nos 3 and c for points on FordsvOle branch Trains a 3 4 and 5 run daUv Trains Nos a and 4 connect at Irvlngton with Mam Lne trains 41 4s 43 and 44 Subscribed and sworn to before ma by M If Beard the 3rd day of July 1899 Frank Board N P O C My commission expires with next session Ken- Â¬ tucky Senate MIMlllMIIIMIIIIHlllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIHHMIIIIIMIimllllllHIIMMII Safety OomfSbt Louisville kivvMyrWwwwwviawwrvwawwawwMWWWww and Emvi V Statement of Condition OK v g babbage Co ATTORNEY AT LAW Packet Line h Fast Mail Line Between 8TEAMEES a 1 Louisville and Evansville E G RAGON W A BISHOP Purser E H Shelman BANKERS IRV1NOTON KENTUCKY HARDiNSBURG KENTUCKY 7 a l F M RYAN Master At the close of business June 30 1090 RESOURCES Notes and Dills discounted Cash on hand and due from banks Overdrafts unsecured Amounts invested In U S bonds and securities TAEASOON D 1 PENNY Master L T CONNER Purser 917434 863649 140 Furniture and Fixtures Expenses for past six months LIABILITIES Capital Due depositors Undivided profits 6sls6j 100000 SSioj i PREPARED TO PRACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS TELL OIUY R H BALLARD Master W B NEWBKLL Parser P D STA6GS Daily except Sunday between Louisville and New Amsterdam Freight shipped by this line delivered quicker than by rail Travelers will find the steamera are unsur passed In equipment and accommodations The best culinary are employed a cooks and the menu a equal to that of tha best hotels General officea 176 and 178 Fourth Avenue Louisville flJO0OOQ v 974090 4J08I H E IIawes Cashier me by R K IIawes this July aj77 OFPIOB Is IS D L PENNY inifr 3K i Sworn to before Sl8o Police Judge Town of Irvbgton Ky Milton Lockahd VVWVWWtWlVNWVWVSVrVVrV W W HITE Superintendent Preeldent O V WlLUAMB Ti P A uwenauoro jwy J- - WF King out Sing in tha trot Wo bring to you tho new and true from tha ptaey forests of Norway th old SlngoatthotalM Blnglntnai NOTICE The firm of BF Beard 4 Co composed o I B F Beard C L Beard C E Kaswell and P M Beard his this day been dissolved and is suc Â¬ ceeded the firm of 11 F Beard Co composed ot MD Beard PM businessand tha old Heard Tha firm has been placed la of the hands of C L Beard for collection and adjust Â¬ ment and he is hereby appointed agent and Is au thorised to collect and adjust tbs business of the old firm according to law All persons Indebted to the old firm are request Â¬ ed to make satisfactory aetUement at once Â¬ DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Hon- ey A BOON TO MANKINBI D TARIERS BUCKEYE 2Z viroaKiTiG ui ITIh1 Shorthand Penmanship Etc taught Full course 36 caah or you can pay 100 OR S30Q PER MOrTTUtJf Pll c by mulv run SNP Sf IlAXDiNtBvac Kr July 1 w 1899 sdenco to a Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The nore weary cough worn Lungs are exhila Â¬ rated tha microbe bearing mucus Is cut out j the cause of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is oo Inclination to cough Natures most natural remedy Plesnt Improved by C L Hsakd C KllASwau P M HXARD FBaAan eUaOnly as VVWWBSS iVMii4kt4 I SOLD BY ALL QOOD ORUOOISTS 200 6Q0 PiM-Tar-lM- nil lit OMfJMMettA 1 If BE SURE YOU GET ty U 1 ft 00 81km T Ka HxaBI8aH ffc Hami The cow kicked the bucket over and spilled the milk if you do not get thai Farm Journal or the balance of 1800 and allot 1000 lOol 1002 and 1003 nearÂ¬ ly Ave yean just by paying for the Breckeuridge News a year ahead you will d like that eow The Farm Jtwr- nal is the bjggatt miser of Ma In tha United Statin laurkt aWI Heuu raww Aftltftlit HAIR 1 sad UuftUlM Us Imss a nunuwai BALSAM BMnHk X 5 ssssssVsssssssssssssV assssV nmmni n iiiryiufjr- - m Books aad bUnks The prWpaW AU sauS is the suhor of the tBAHKO pystem of bookkeVpl which Is usad in TtiousAKPS of public and prtvata schools including tha public schools ol New Yersu and otlur large cities Tba jsadino Shorthand is taught Stodeaia fresa every Pate sysSef CURE YoacaaeraduatalayourarAaKTiuibivsi lltUs OraiaaUl umU i sMm WHO YHO BATS FOR TO CAAlWMT 8fat OStfSl SCHWARTZ SCHOOL 3183 West Je4r UUvM ke4tXDOES WHEN s4tf4t YOUR fcVB New Discovery for the Certain Cure ol BSTTEreflAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT FAIN CUHP Tusic PEHHYROmriUS sssss fwi WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED SCRIPTION TO fUEtfEW8 jFwufjwPfaw For l0 by A Hv iy mail 7 centuj Homes eo cunts - IfUhw Cloverport Kj waittittTimtt tjllll k ff J k VM VlKKWIWPWTt r TTTf w -- wwTy r Fortify the body againstdiscasc by Tutts Liver Pills an abso- A Strong Fortification Â¬ lute cure for sick headache dys- Â¬ pepsia sour stomach malaria constipation jaundice bilious- Â¬ ness and all kindred troubles iy - Tutts Liver Pills Breckenridge WEDNESDAY Your Liver Pills are the fly wheel of life I shall ever be grateful for the acciddnt that broughtthem to my notice I feel as if I had a new lease of life tJFairleigh Platte Cannon Col tr Tutt The Fiy Wheel of Life Sulzers The best and most reliable place in the city to get a lunch is at the City Bakery Llghtfoot Miller came up Sunday from Hawsville and spent tho evening with relatives of Mr and Mrs Samuel Flowers Patesville wore in town Thursday shopping James Ireland of Skillman arrived Monday to visit his daughter Mrs Leon McGavock Mr Rea JSteel of Atlanta Ga was visiting the Misses Green at Glendean last week Ernest Corson went to Owensboro Sunday He will make that place his fulure homo Miss Emma Severs of Union Star is spending n wook with her cousin Miss Lula Severs Mrs William Minor and Mies Nellie Blrke of Addison were in the city Monday shopping James Oaloy who has been quite ill is improving He is stopping with his son Thomas Caley Miss Rosa Riedel spent Sunday at Holt with her parents Mr and Mrs Charles Riedel Miss Stella Mullin has gone to Owens- Â¬ boro She is visiting at the home of Mr G W Mulllns Mr and Mrs Frank Haswell went to Hardinsburg Saturday to spend Sunday with relatives Prof A Baron of Dayton 0 visited bis sister Mrs Aaron Norton of Gar-Â¬ field last week Mr Williams of Louisville was the guest of Miss Nellie Burks Saturday and Sunday at Holt Capt William Wcatherholt one of Tobinsports prominent farmers was in the city Saturday Dr A M Joplin will examine your Call eyes free of charge next Saturday Â¬ Jnst returned from Sulphur Wells Ind whoro ho has met with wonderful suc Â¬ cess Mr and Mrs F N DHuy and family are contemplating a trip to tho Tar Springs for a week or more recupera- Â¬ tion Mr Eugune Smith Guston was the guest of MlfB Nannie Brash ear this wcok happy West Point items Ellzabothtown Col Washington Holt of Holt was in News tho city Saturday circulating among his Dr A M Joplin representing J M frionds and A 0 Johnsons Optical House Wouldnt this town have an aristocra Chicago will be at F N DHuys next ic appearance if lighted by electric Saturday lights Mr A J Katz who is Ott j our plot urn framed mouldings In proprietor of tho of Louisville city was Fair in this all tho newest colors aro shown you at here Monday looking after his business Milt Mathena soctlon foreman of thn Branch at Glendeane was here last Sat urday Mrs Mary Snydor visited her mother Mrs James Snydor at Hardinsburg last woek Tho Katie rolled in yesterday even Â¬ ing and consequently mado tho boys DEMOCRATIC COMMITTBB MOOTS ltritlth Ton liellier yon oontlnno tbfBBB nre UIlnlotwhtilt BH tin end TlicyOrdcraConventlon Uocbcl And Endorse vrlUKfMIH oalDrouidlttriltnleoaS I k IIIK ffl VlE IlJimi ttorr lot manhood Jffa II BLoWboiM W000 VleZoa ronJfl A if rcraoTM lha desire for tobacco parlOw tlio blood rTIBM BM 11- book News 25 1899 JULY KpV ffi News in Brief t The I JM44 4444 44444 44444 Cigarstobaccoa at Kings Farmers are in eood spirit New mouldings at Sulzers Water works is what this town peeds Big redaction in straw bats at Suizere Home grown melons are on the mar Â¬ ket Father Brev went to HawayllleMon day The City Bakery will serve you day or night Oloverport is badly in need of manu- Â¬ factures Mens new stylo turn down collars at Sulzers Mips Delia Batt spent Sunday in Can nelton A new frame made while you wait at Sulzers Wheat is selling in Hardin county at 65 cents Tho purest at Kings of cream cheese can be had 131- - v It f 5 - ph Alf Hestou Hardinsburg was in the Sunday Miss Katie Yeager is yisiting relatives at Carrolton You get fair treatment when trading with King Silaa rate of Hardinsburg was in the city Monday Eugene Haynes returned Monday at F N DHuys from Irvington Mr Sam Hardin of Kansas City Mo Mrs Chap F Babbage has returned is visiting his brothers Asia and Will from Cannelton Hardin at Lodiburg Tho prees gang have all returned from Mrs J P Ditzjnback and sons were their annual trip the guests of her aunt Mrs Frank of Manager Cerf of the Fair is trying real Hites Run last week hard to get sick Miss Dora Borry who has been visit- Â¬ George Graham has recovered from ing friends and relatives in Henderson returned homo Monday his recent illneBS The erection of water works in this fancy groceries constantly Staple and city would be the means of inducing carried at Kings Wear one of those now collars being foreign capital to come John Biythe J A W Smith two of displayed at Sulzers of this countys representative farmers The best assortment of lunch can be were in town Saturday secured from King A child was born near Big Clifty Little Miss Lucy Caley is visiting Miss which had the resemblance of a turtle Addie Frlels at Victoria Fortunately it was dead You have on opportunity to canta- Â¬ Miss Mammie DeHaven will leave loupe with the market Saturday for Fordsvllle where she will FraflftMattingly baa accepted a posi Â¬ spend a week with friends City Bakery tion Mr and Mrs Alfred Oelze will leave Boy Heyser is Bpending two weeks this week for the Tar Springs They vacation at Glendoane will be absent two weeks Mr and Mrs Fields of Owensboro Mrs George Fetter and Mrs Wm BarÂ¬ were in the city Friday ret and children are visiting in Addison Mlaa Georgia Graham bos accepted a the guests of Mrs Eliza Burks position in this office Wm Boultinghouso of Cannelton was Miss Minnie Hill of Henderson is the In the city Saturday in the interest of guest of Miss Dora Berry the Zellers saw mill Company Soft drinks refreshing drinks can be One of the prettiest and best drive Â¬ obtained at the City Bakery ways in this county will be the Tar d Walter Harland of Danville Ind Springs road when completed V- is in the city visiting frienda Mrs James Brown with her attractive Alfred Heaton of Hardinsburg spent davghter Jessie of Louisville are spend- Â¬ ing a week of more in the city Sunday in the city pleasantly Mrs Ella LeNeave and little daughter King keeps open day and night to of Nashville Tenn are visiting her servo you in the lunch lino parents Mr and Mrs Add English Dr A A Simons after an illness of Do your eyes trouble you If so call short duration is convalescent entire now line of fancy candles is at F N DHuys Saturday next and A have them examined freo of charge oh display at the Oity Bakery Dukes Hancock county is in need of If It is Btrictly In tb6 fashion you can many things before she can be a town count on securing it at Sulzers Our correspondent relates those needs - The proper use of printers ink will do- Misses Bess Jarboe Josie and Rena elop and increase in your business Birk who have been at the Tar Springs Skillman went to Holt James R for a weeks outing are at home again Saturday whore he spent Sunday Mrs George Fetter and Mrs Barrett Fancy n3 staple groceries constantly of Louisville aro the guests of their carried in stock at the City Bakery mother Mrs John Burks at Addison Jack Acfceinian Ferry countys canta Mrs Aaron Norton and Mrs SS joupeKlng m to the city Saturday Norton of Freedom were the guest of James Yeager of Carrolton was the Mrs A A Richardson last week Garfield Sallie Yeager last week guest Mrs Sallie J Bruner of Union Star Dr 8 8 Watklns and son Griffith of has reached the city while here she will Owensboro were in the city last week be tho guest of Mr and Mrs D N Sev Â¬ Jies Marion Bowiner ia at Owensboro ers log the family of Mr R 8 Todd Miss Josie Birk after a most pleasant Charlie Hambletou Lee Yeager and stay of two weeks with the Mibsea Jar Tom Morrison went to Tell Oity Sunday boe left Monday for her home at OwenB Jam w Beaton and elsler Mrs Jodaon boro Misses Bess Jarboe and Rena Birk of Hardinsburg were In town Monday They will left yesterday for Skillman Â¬ Confectioneries of all kinds are await your commands at the Oity Bakery Spend one week with relatives and ing friends Sulzer bu juat received an entire new JohuTindall of hypnotlo fame has aasortraent of picture frame moulding Dr Wm Milner of Union 8or was in Uetfy laet week on professional bust- - tity ate EB oIrs The Democatic Oommltteo met in Commissioner Browns oflico in Hardins Â¬ burg last Monday Thero was a full representation from all tho Districts Tho objoct of tho mooting was to call a convention for tho purpose of selecting a suitable man to make tho race for the Legislature and to discuss ways and means to promote the success of the Democratic ticket The meeting was not altogether bar monious There was some kick against Goebel and his methods interests Tho various committeemen report that Dr S T Hambleton and Ben OBrien dis- Â¬ went Ashing up Clover creek last week there was somo disaffection in their tricts but they hopod it would not and were successful in landing several amount to much and that they would be largo boss Able to pull them all in to line beforo Mr and Mrs William Dyer of Adair came up Saturday and remained until Tho following resolutions were adopt Â¬ Monday tho guests of Mr and Mrs ed all tho committeemen voting in the Jasper Dyer Mug Se- Â¬ affirmative except the Hon Mr E B Barbee and family who vers Thos Bates and Dr OBrien have been at German Ridgo Ind for Mug it is said done somo vigorous tho past week returned to their home kicking but it was to no effect tho reso Â¬ at Mattingly Friday lutions went through all the same Mug says it is tho hand of Goebel Miss Miggie Garter one of Irving tons most fascinating young ladies arÂ¬ working through the Chairman and rived Monday to be the guest of Miss means that all antl Ooebelites must step down and out but he does not pro- Â¬ Alice Mattingly Mr Wllse Adams ol Toblnsport was pose to stop out until he is thrown out The resolutions are as follows in the city Saturday on busiuess Mr Resolved that this committee heartily Adams has been in very poor health for Indorses the platform adopted by tho the past few months Democratic State Convention held in Miss Rena Clay f Henderson was a Louisville on June 21st passenger on last Thursdays train en Resolved further that this committee route to Lexington She will remain pledges its full and vigorous support to there several weoks the platform adopted or that may be Young ladies you who are the pos- Â¬ adopted by tho State Central Committee sessors of a bicycle should glvo your in the pending campaign for tho election wheel some distinctive name It is all of the Democratic nominees for Stato the fad in the East offices and for the triumph of Democracy Mrs Andrew Crawford with her two at the coming election children Andrew and Ida of Stephens port are the gnesta of Mr and MrB 310U Reward 8100 Gideon P Napper The readers of this paper will bo pleased An unframed picture can bo improved to learn that there is at least one dread- Â¬ one hundred per cent by having it suita ed disease that science has been able to bly and artistically framed in those new euro in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive mouldings at SuVre cure known to tho medical fraternity Mrs J C Tolliver and two nephews Catarrh being a constitutional disease of Owensboro were guests of Mrs Thos treatment Sunday Master Wall Holder requires a constitutional Bohler Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally accompanied them home acting directly on the blood and mucous Theres hardly a girl or boy in this surfaces of the system thereby destroy- Â¬ city who hasnt a penny picture the ing the foundation of the disease and cheapness enables them to exchange giving the patient strength by building likenesses with one another up the constitution and assisting nature W S Bowmer and Charles W Moor- Â¬ in doing its work The proprietors have man who haye been spending a week at so much faith in its curative powers the Tar Springs haye returned home that they offer One Hundred Dollars for They report au enjoyable time any case that it fails to cure Sond for Miss Alta Crosson returned to her lists of testimonials home at Union Stgr Sunday She was Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 accompanied by Iiss Eunice Orosson f Sold by Druggists 75c who will be her guest for quite awhile CHENAULT Mrs R E T urpin of New York City1 is in the city the guest of Mrs R N Look out for childrens day July 30 Hudson Her husband R E Turpin is connected with the New York World b Born to the wife of J F Jarboe a fine Mr Chas May Sr and sisters Eva son Lee and Eliza Holt of Cloverport and Misses Kate and Mary Allen visited in Mrs Chap Mook spent Sunday at CanStephenaport this week nelton the guests of Mr and Mrs George Quite a crowd from here will attend the May picnic at Andy ville Saturday Mr Sam Bishop section foreman on Mrs Mary Kaufman was the guest of the Henderson route is erecting on Mrs J F Jarboe one day last week Murray avenue a handsome two story Miss Isabella Pike of Mooleyville Mr James Lewis has the residence visited at her grandparents last week contract Mrs Lena Cunningham of ScuflU MiBses Mary Connor and Katie Weath town is at home for a visit to her father erholt who have been attending the Ep Mrs Abe Bennett and little daughter worth League convention at Indianapo Â¬ lis Ind returned Monday They report left Sunday for Paynesvilie to visit her brother a most enjoyablo trip The Misses Lime of Derby Ind are the You will be greatly pleased to thoroughly Inspect the line of stationery guests of their cousins the Misses that will soon arrive at Babbageo All Roberts Grafton Cunningham and daughter of the uowest and most popular tints in Nellie boarded the Tarascon Friday en noto and writing paper route to New York Oscar McGavock one of Breckenridge Mrs Owen Cunningham who has been countys hustling fanners and stock deal- Â¬ ers is much rejoiced over the rain He yisiting her father left Tuesday for her is of the opinion that the crops will de home in Hardinsburg velopo a much more prolific yield Fladge Jarboe left Saturday for Har- Â¬ Daniel Hinlon engineer cm the Hen- Â¬ dinsburg where he will spend a few derson Route will take a vacation of days with his parents two weeks He and his wife will go to Misses Mary and Ruth OBryan were Cincinnati and Michigan Mrs Hinlon here Saturday to see their brothers who goes for her health which is declining are on tho Str E G Ragon George Edward nd Frank Connor of Misses Ruth and Nita Cady Bessie Cannelton were in the city Monday en Cunningham and the Misses Allen at- Â¬ route to Hardinsburg They will do the tended the party at Stephenaport Satur brick work on the new Catholic church day night at that place which is under construc-Â¬ Will Attend the Convention tion Mr F Fraize this city is a merchant The family of Frank Haswell this city He never will leave for the Tar Springs today They and lite long Democrat will be joined there by Mr and Mrs J scratched a ticket in his life He is an P Haswell and MrsOokman Haswells honest conscientious man and belies in family of Hardinsburg They anticipate honest politics and will not support Goebel He is in sympathy with the a two weeks outing Mr Chas May Sr- accompanied by move for a new conventipn and will go Mrs Chas Mook and children and Mr to Lexington next week to attend the Walter Redworth of Louisville and anil Goebel meeting He was named daughters Eva and Eliza and Mrs by the Bowling Green Convention as an from the Scott Vance and children spent the day Executive Committeeman Fourth District at Tar Springs Monday Men with rig Wanted immediately Blue Channel Cat tp introduce our Poultry and Lice Killer Ben F Keys caught the biggest fish of Mixturo In tho country Straight salary the season last week It was a blue 15 per week and expenses Reference channel cat and weighed 30 poumjs His required Add with stamp Eureka lino was attach od to a llttlo brown jug Mfg Co East St LouIsflU andwnat the fish did for that jug was Â¬ - ueaMly curoi boiee boi Jfnarenteea topUJtntlrpenlitentllewjlerk tare or refund money Wmi M I K wjyonr own drufricl who pVwlll vouch forutTakoltwIlh HI Co - NO TOHAOfrora 1 rlle Ckleef wo MMIneU 91 M one T D Renfroi Have You Made Up Your Mind l - DENTIST Crown and Bridge Work What you would like for your new suit No matter what the style color shade 01 pd llci 11 yuu iciuuy mubi yuu win gci u nere j a specialty OFFICE AT Mitchells Hotel OLOVERPORT KY r Vfc-fcnVe- - So many men say Its funny you didnt I could have have this suit in the window made up my mind long ago Very true but we cant crowd all ourJ styles into the window Just walk in and say I want to see your suits at such and such a price WANTS FOK 8ALK ST0VE FOR 8ALE FAKM The rest is easy Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion One 17OR SAIK trade ttcel ranee iiove cheap for or will JESEWEATHEKIIUIT Cloverport Ky PRICES ARE RIGHT Karm of 215 acres one mile eat of llarnede Station For further Information call on or addrets MILTON DAVIS llarned Ky SALE FOR SALE OR TRADE FARM It SAIK OR THADK A fine farm of 60 acrci situated on the banks of Houh Creek full inlormation call on or apply to I K lor MlIIKll Kvelr ieh Jravsnn County Kv FOK SALE HOUSE AND LOT SULZERS MMENCED Tho work of making extensive improvements to my store has commenced I needed more room and in a few weeks will have one of the handsomest and most modorn salesrooms in the county in Roclcvale SALE One house and 1710U further information call onlot address or MltS K J McCARTY Ilockvale Ky FOK SALE DKUO STOCK 110 gain It SALE A Rood stock of drugs Apply to T Cox Ekron Ky This is a greit bar LEGAL BLANKS SALE Ulank Deeds and Mortgages and HKECKEN I All Forms of Legal fllanks UIDGK NEWS OFFiCE TIOK TUITIOY Louisville Kv J Business CollegeNEWS OFFICE UitECKENIUDGK EDOEW00D 71OK SALE Certificate in Htyant Apply to btratton IlEltKSillHES DREED the kind that win a the record or my herd at Indianapolis and Springfield this year will attest I showed only animals ol my own breeding and captured a good percentage ol the desirable prizes The prize winning btvMUeari light Jr 43049 aml d Artful DukVTOth in Pigs of their get lor sale My brood service sows are of best American and Enclish strains Come and see me CALDWELL NORTON Louisville Ky I Notice All persons holding claims against the estate of John lllnton deceased are hereby notitiea to pre sent same properly proven inr seiuemeni on or Dr fore Aug 30 Those knowing themselves indebted to said estate are requested to come forward and settle at once LEO HINTON Admr Price Smashing Has commenced and winter stock I want to et all summer To do this cooda out of on the way and to go into my now store rooms with a splendid fall I have cut prices For Sale OHE Summer Goods They are nowold lower at my store than over before will not quote prices but ask you to call exaraino and ask for fa STORY DWELLING quotations Respectfully Has Two Largo Rooms Kitchen Wood Shed Good Cistern W E BROWN Irvington Ky flothers Journey There is a bint In the dent of the way in which children may be trained eo aa not to regard death aa the king of tnrrora That night before they went to bed they wero allowed to go in and kisa their mother goodnight Tula privilege had been deuied them lately and tliolr Â¬ Tho dwelling adjoins tho resi- Â¬ dence of Mr A R Fisher For further information writo or call on FRANK SEIFRIED Cloverport ktsV Ky following Inci Â¬ iVftWfe1 FOR RENT 600AGREFABM In one of the best and most fertile farming sections of thb county 1 worms from the sjstem a pleuty give the child plain nourlsbing food and The WHI IES QREAM VERMIFUGE result will be the worms will disappear and the child become healthy and cheer- Â¬ ful Trice 25 cts A R Fisher To eradicate DO YOU WANT 00 Acres 50 Acres In Orchard 1 In Clover uuv f EtMWitWfWCi4 tt 5b- 6i y ikUlmaa - - WWLir mlL WtMmtSmMjifJm irMtrkspesd Vnwk TirMR dtf i1Ca la wuulu r wt to Oannejtoa Sun- Intiljuti1 with Ihlt It CONSUMPTION never dope btttue Irve weather U warm Then why stop taking 3SWKyCPi ibVHP - Jv J fc miptfMtm4 Dr hlBCM ie fc9 - Va JlTAi ii i soorrs uaoLSHW tRML flBsMf m WPl tW y WW IKmb ma flM i 00 f u ytf sWI t uflur Mtf AMt a1 Miss Effle Bwigeri who formerly re Â¬ sided in this city but now of Owensboro and who for a year held a position as compositor on ibe News will arrive Do you want to draw a Bum sufficient next week to yislt relatives She will be to coyer all costs when you meet with an accompanied by Mr Jesse Wratherbolt accident of Owensboro If you are prudent and wlseyou cer- Â¬ tainly do The Farm Journal is the boiled down Now dont waste a moment but inquire paper cat ta Hi the wide swake farmer and villager about the line of Sickness and Accident for the bal- - Insurance bandied by Wsglveha d Your Expenses Paid While You Are Sick 20 Acres In Meadow Rest in wheat com tobacco Mv reasons for wantinrr to rent h on account of failure of health A good show for tho right roan For further par ticulars write me jM9W iNty fljtYJS y t Mother winter M Mid uU dcitchtt ndy leOweoaUwo the Mtt ol Hear vecyoM yew ahkd tor fb wl If at frmmmkm FJunul 1W1 IW 1 Marion Weathirho V4to or HU wi MM it Hm OLOVlBRPOJtT KY o A i J GROSS E mat i BnaoKMsnuiwi yU U Ky hearts responded with joy to the Invitation Mamma was bettor or she could not Bee them The doctor had cured her They would love him for it all their Uveal She waa veiy pitle but smiling and her first words to them were Is your liver tited Does it fall to do I am golnu on a journey its duty If eo dont neglect Ita call for cried the children A journey ueip a low doses of IIERBINE may Will you take us with you save you a snell of sicknpiw HFmUNR No it Is a long long journey is the only perfect liver medicine tU Bald Mamma ia going to the South cures umiis and Fever Price 00 cts Kitty the doctor has ordered her to A It Fisher She will get woll in tho orange groves of Floridu Crops Not Favorable In flcade I am going to a far more distant Mayor Barry was lu Meade county i country more beautiful than even the last woek visiting his relattvea am old lovely South said the mother faintly acquaintances and I will not come back He said the apple cron would fall one You are going alone mamma said fourth short of the average and the cornr Katie and wheat crppa would not come up te No eald the mother In a low sweet prevlo ub vears voice I am not going aone My Physi Â¬ Kiss me goodbye cian goes with me Bimarka Ires Xwve my dear ones for In tho morning beforo Was the remit of hla BpIeW jMtUL gone You will you awake I shall oome to rae when you are wide ready Indomitable will d tnnfri1nliriip A IJaS attmer fen ad wlutta but Moh mutf make the Jowriwy aleae Kidney wwl Bevels aw U orifet 1 Wkiw Id the mornUfr ftf wae e yea Unm qualltl and Urn watM Wd tip U4t Wt rtf BHf as Df RUga New life Sim uHmmmNt Hlk J1ey develop vry twwnr ol atofeer wik bttUttj tod body Oflly 5c at tSWt tiMtt TUow did fe Who HMO j HtjDM diagttor Â¬ they asked amid their tears The chariot of Isreal and the horse Â¬ man thereof P their father told them solemnly People wonder at the peace and hannl- nosa expressed iiniie- - faces- 0 ilzcbv motherless children When asked about their mother they aay Sho has gone on a journey and evory night and morn Â¬ ing they read in their Guide book of that land whtlro she now Uvea whoso in Â¬ habitants shall no more cay I am sick and where God shall wipe all tears from their eyes Detroit Free Pn ks her - iwk Mr wt ot tWlWMls4 tor j HiWr v ije- - frn iwypjrr Tra- - jtT5Ifl5T3jt V ECKENRIDGE NEWS 3DNE8DAY JULY 20 1899 FORTUNE WEIGHS A HARDIN8BURG BUT ITTLEIFPUT comes under tho head of a grand wo Â¬ man according to Napoleon Bonapartes definition In her arms was No 0 u magniilcont follow Emma is a delight Â¬ David ful woman in many respect with his scholarly attainment has the heart of a Peabodv Brandenburg bad many interesting guest last weok most of them too ex Brandonburg people So our old town liko a spring day caught inspiration from her guests and still fools like a love-Â¬ ly flower Mr Bnd Mrs D W Fairleigh came down from Louisville for a day at Mrs James W Lowia Mr and Mm J M Herudon Mr and Mrs James Fair- Â¬ leigh and Mr and Mrs Ohoptze Wathen were already at this representative Ken- Â¬ tucky home A Are you going to Paris in 1000 number of us discussed that question a few days since and just what the cost would be Edward Marshall answors tho cost part fully in last Sundays Courier Should I go nothing short of the grand new Palace Hotel on the Laying Jampa Elysee would suffice all jesting aside I should think anyone going over to Paris gay and beautiful at any time but in 1000 still gayer and more beautiful would want a plethoric pocket book Tho article in last weeks Meade Messenger in regard to lack of attention to visiting strangers was timely Wo are neglectful oftontimes unintentional- Â¬ ly in courtesy and attention to visitors but still all who come are sure to want to come again Many of us always man- Â¬ age to see our old acquaintances and friends while the younger set are left to wino and dine the entire strangers Anyhow this particular spot of the globe for the responsive is unsurpassed cheery graciousness of our girls and the hospitality of our sweet faced older ladies Gov Pingree gives tho Associated Press some plain facta regarding the presidents course towards Secretary Alger He Bays that Mr McKlnley would not see Mr Alger in a manly way and ask him to retire and give him his reasons but accomplished his purposes by indirection Thats what is the mat- Â¬ ter in politics in social affairs and in religious circles An open candid frank sincere manner is a rare avis The in- Â¬ justice in coneequeme is appalling and untrue friends are responsible for much of the lack of faith in humanity and a Supreme Boing Musgrove our Charles Hambleton Meade county boy and a nephew of Mr Thos Hamilton ofthis place is writing a series of interesting tetters for the Courier Journal Last Sunday his arti- Â¬ cle onLoul8villes Old Playhouses was particularly interesting His description of old Mozart Hall opening in 1850 with a one night concert by Jenny Lind brought up long ago reminiscences My Way Down mother beard her sing Upon De Suwanee River upon that occasion and though enly seven years of age he ever remembered the famous singer and the impression that song made was lasting to the day of his death Equally as interesting was his sketch of Charley B ParsonB as leading man in tho Drake Stock Company Mr Parsons became as famous afterwards as a Meth- Â¬ odist preacher He was an intimate friend ol Col Robert Buckner of tbis town and whose funeral he preached here Col Buckner was the father of Mrs Linda Moremen who still lives at the old home stead Mr Parsons was a man of fine physique and of wonderful magnetism and quite an orator A notable fact in connection with the Congress of Women held in London was that there was no discussion of the mor- Â¬ al atmospheie of the stage It was nev- Â¬ er questioned even by those most com- Â¬ petent to speak from a professional point of view Countess Aberdeen and even aunt Susan B concluded though that the best work could be done in double harness However some new statisticians assert that the finer and higher the education of woman the less likely she is to marry not if the right man happens along We are told nearly all the great women of history havo been old maids Some women have chosen to remain single That doesnt follow as a matter of course that married women havent done worlds of good towards re Â¬ deeming the race I hold fast to the idea that a womans best noblest work is often done at home But do not fetter her do not limit hor if she sails on broader seas to make a smooth voyage for suffering sisterhood In no instance need she be a dot a cipher in all cases she can have individuality firmness character and let her iniluence be felt The Divine spark once kindled at Hy- Â¬ mens altar will always burn brightly if the faggots wero made of spontaneous love tied with laws of faith and trust Ky SCALE Good rain lost Saturday ON WITH is in session this Teachers Institute wook Freeh Salmon lucts per can Eclipse Grocery Mrs G W Board has returned Jrom Louisville Kemombor the big picnic at Garflold Baturday Aug 5th The public school will begin here tho first Monday in August Mrs Owen Cunningham has returned fiom a visit to Ghenault Miss Ellen Munlord of Iryington is MORE THAN visiting Miss Llllie Scott A FORTUNE will take a position with John Hoben Go August 1st B F Beard TO EVERY WO WAJ Miss Tula Daniel leaves this week lor a short visit to Daviess county A barrel of fine sorgum molases just received at the Eclipse Grocery Mr and Mrs Frank Haawell wero here last Sunday from Gloverport MissNannio Lee Jolly Irvington is visiting Misses Ada and Nellie Beard Mrs E E Sutton and child Louis Â¬ ville are the guests of relatives here this week Misses Erhman Munford and Bettie HIAKCH McGhee are the guests of Miss Lillie Scott WEAK WOMEN STRONG Wm Brickey wife and child Jolly SICK WOMEN WELL Station wero visiting James Harris last Sunday BRANDENBURG Prof Crabbe of Irvington was hero attending the teachers exÂ¬ last Saturday amination Mrs Fontaine improves very slowly Golden Gem roasted coffee the finest Ohapeze Wathen spent Sunday here on the market for the money at tho with liia wife Eclipse Grocery Mrs 8 O Malin returned to Owens Miss Bessie the daughter of Mr and boro Monday night Mrs Gerard Foote Bewleyyille is visit Â¬ Brother Leitchfleld gave us a practical ing Mrs V G Babbage sermon lost Sunday on Character Judge Ahl went to Henderson last Mr Sam Hardin of Kansas City is Thursday to inspect the system of road with his brother Dr J M Hardin improvement in that county Miss Pearl Hughes of New Albany is Col Alex Jones the popular clerk at tho guest of Miss Annie Bondurant the Williard hotel Louisville was hero The Misses Williams of West Point pne day last week visiting his mother are visiting Misses Lula and Minnie Dont forget the Green Flag store Bland where yon can get a nice suit of clothes MlssSallieE Scott of Terre Haute for 325 H Baker Bros Hardinsburg Ind is the guest of her aunt Mrs J D 0 WORTH pnPieiWs Prescription Miss Viola Brown one of the oldest ladies in tho vicinity of Hardinsburg died last week at the residence of C L Pate Age 86 Rev J F Bighama meeting closed at MtZion last Friday There were a number of conversions and several addi- Â¬ tions to the church Bey Moore Messrs Jones Mercer John Kincheloe and Misses Lillie Scott Alice Baker and Mary Board formed a houes party at Miss Eula Millers last week Go to the Green Flag where you can get a nice neat fitting shoe mens ladies or childrens at the lowest price Green Flag Bargain Store Hardinsburg Ky Carlton Richardson and wife and Miss Sallle IMchardson and Miss Mary Rich Â¬ ardson of Union Star came over Mon Â¬ day and are the guests of Mr and Mrs P M Beard Judge Ahl has recently ordered three walks laid leading from the Sou th West and North doors of the Court House to the street pavement This will be a big improvement and a valuable addition to the Court House surroundings Half gallon Belt sealer Mason jars 60c per dozen Quart Belf sealers per dozen 40 eta Granulated sugar 17 lbs for 1 Bacon 7c a pound 2 pounds of soda for 5c Coal oil 10c a gallon Green Flag Bargain Store Hardinsburg Ky Mr Matt May who makes his home in Arizona is it homo on a visit Mr May went west a I6W years ago and be Â¬ gan work with a railroad as a common laborer Ho has worked his way up un- Â¬ til now he has a place as engineer that pays him over 100 per month The patrons of tho public school in this place are decidedly opposed to the school opening tho first Monday in August The weather is entirely too hot to jnt the children in the school room bo early and there is a strong kick against it The school ought not to 0 D Payne is offering his farm near Miss Myrtle Crutcher of Garrett has Harned and other property i n Harned the school at Oak Grove near Milan for for sale at a bargain Bee his ad in this the ensuing fall issue Mr Jed Ditto and little son Ben spent Jesse Eflkridge who stills holds a lu- Sunday in Louisville with his mothen crative position in the revenue service Mrs Dr Ditto was at home last Sunday on a visit to his The anti Goebei feeling grows and parents spreads rapidly candi Â¬ Hardin The Democratic tion is more turbulent than in 05 Blanche Allens father and mother came down from Louisville Sunday to spend the day with him and family Brother Duyall was quite sick last Sunday and could not fill his pulpit Brother D F Shacklett preached instead Miss Nettie Schenee has grown into the hearts of many of us here and we are glad to claim her again for several weeks Mrs Andrew Hunt of Woodland is with her Bister Mrs James Bland to see her sister Mrs Cressap who is still quite ill Tom Pusey has taken on many pounds avoirdupois and is always a drawing card so to speak when he is here on his annual trip Dr and Mrs Foote of Irvington spent Tuesday with Mr and Mrs Thos Ditto at their home Arlington Mrs Foote will come to Brandenbnrg for a visit The per capita for the year ending June 30th 1000 has been fixed by the Superintendent of Public Instruction at 270 against 230 of last year ThiB 40 per cent increase will help the teachers of the common schools and means in- Â¬ creased salaries My neice Mre Edwin Hodge of Hen- Â¬ derson has had a disastrous fire in her home She is having it entirely repaired when she will leaye or Virginia to spend the remainder of the summer Her lit- Â¬ tle sons Thomas an I Edwin handsome manly bovs are here for the season magisterial district for tho next month devote their wholo lime to tho cause of tomporance If you are willing to do anything for tho cause of tomporance this campaign you should bo at Irvington next Satur Â¬ day and got our plans or mako your want known If you are interested in Go and got inter Â¬ tho caubo be there ested everybody At tbo recent election on Local Option in tho Custer precinct thero wero but nino votes cast for whisky and it does seem that it the issue is properly pre Â¬ sented to the peoplo of this precinct thero ought not to bo that number cast for whisky here Aug 20 Indeed it does seem strango that any one should favor the saloon That the world is growing better can People not be successfully contradicted aro moro religious nioro temperate and tho moral status is higher now than at spent Thursday here any former period in tho history of the Rev Aleck Whlttinghill wife and world Many vices that were formerly littlo tan of Louisville wero guests of tolerated by society meet certain disap- Â¬ proval today A man could formerly Mrs OambllEs last week drink red liquor and swaggor and curse Mrs Sue Mercer is expecting her and rave and be admitted to soclotv brother-in-laand family Sam Carsons but thanks to the women ho cant do it of Maxvillo to visit her soon now Mens suspenders 10 cent a pair Mens sox 5 cent a pair Mens good Would Have Cost Him His Life working shirts 20 and 25 eta each Green I have been using Foleys Kidney Flag Bargain Store Hardinsburg Ky Cure and take great pleasure in stating Leyerlngs X X X X and Green Coffee it gave me permanent cure of Kidney 12 Bars of Pay Day 10 cts per pound disease which certainly would haye cost Soap for 25cts 10 Bars of Lenox Soap me my lifo I recommend it to any one for 25 eta Green Flag Bargain Store afilicted with kidney trouble Oscar Hardinsburg Ky Bowman Lebanon Ky Sam Morgan Robert Ohambliss Mrs A B Fisher Oloyerport E A Witt Mercer Miss Zilpah Ohambliss and the Hardinsburg writer of these items attended the dedi- Â¬ cation at Antioch and wero guests of Mr DUKES and Mrs Sam Parsons of Maxvllle from Saturday till Monday Health very good Wo have been blessed in the past Goebel is gaining ground all the time few days with good rains and crops are The prettiest girls are not always found looking much improved pastures are frizzes reviving and now we have muddy roads amid flowers and The heart is the lightest and J the most where last week there was dust enough short sighted when in love to suffocate overy body Those that have not threshed their wheat would like to see a thresher como Beauty la lllaoa Seep Clean blood means a clean Bkin No along beauty without it Cascarets Candy CatharThe nice showers followed by cloudy tic clean your blood and keen it clean by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im- - weather is brightening the hopes of the from Eurities pimples the body Begin to day to farmer boils blotches blackheads and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Mrs Renn Nicholas and Bister MIb Cascarets beauty for ten cents All drug Easter Higgj visited relatives here gistb aatwfaction guaranteed 10c 25c 60c Sunday WEBSTbR Miss Judith 8quires of Hardinsburg is spending h week with Misses Annie and Lee McGavock Refreshing shower Miss Gracie Spencerof Daviess county Hal Drane went to Hardinsburg Sun- epent Saturday and Sunday with her day The ylold of wheat in this section is aunt Mrs Emma Ray Rev Miss Hazel Harbin of Louisville very poor Miss Norrie Kurtz is visiting at will begin a series of meeting at tbis place the third Sunday in August Owensboro All Dukes lacks ol being a first class Howard Mathis of Owensboro is here city is a police force street light water on a visit to relatives works apothecarys Bhops brass band B J Mattingly and wife visited their and a peanut roaster daughters here laut week e When you see the trust combines Born to the wife of Clint Norton and money sharks against a man for the 17th a ten pound girl governor ho is tbo man that the state George Meadow of St Louis Mo Is needs for that high office Rah for here on a visit to his mother Goebel With the per capita at 270 school There was a large crowd attended the teaching is no bad occupation basket meeting here Sunday Thore was Sandy Hendry of Flaherty came down plenty to eat for everybody The day Sunday to visit his home people was a pleasant one and all seemed to Our public school will commence Aug enjoy themBolves 7th with Everett English teacher The funeral of Mrs Eliza Parson will Miss Forrie Hardin of Holt is visit be preached at the O P church the ing her sister Mrs J T Skillman second Sunday in September Rev A Mrs J T Drane is visiting her daugh- Â¬ F Dadisman of Daviess county we learn will preach the funeral ter Mrs E McDavis of West View Misses Annie and Lee McGavock en Â¬ Henry Simmons has taken a position tertained Sunday Mioses Judith and factory at Owensboro in the wheel Eliza SqnireSjMessrs Lee Miller Hubert The prospect for tobacco and corn was DeJernetto and J B Howard of Har- Â¬ greatly improved by the recent rains dinsburg and Frank Baker of Floral all MIescs Nannie Kurlz and Ida Kin attended services kead are visiting at Mrs Laura Kurtz Tbis vicinity is becoming famous for Mrs F W j oily of Owensboro is it mineral wells Within a distance of visiting her brother T B Henderson half a mile there are throe wells that produce medical water The medical Miss Georgia McOubbins of Stephens port is visiting Mrs A J Dye of Clifton properties of the waters are as yet un- Â¬ known but evidence of their virtue a Mills Misses Lucy and Masgie McGavoc of few doses will move the spirit of a lazy Uloverport are visiting John McGavock man made 40 and 50 eta each Actual value 05 cts and 100 Green Flfg Bargain Store Hardinsburg Ky Miss Mannie Stonu visited in Ohio county Bcvoral days last week Dr J W Meadow of Ohio county roturnod from Lexington last wook Miss Jessie and Ruby Stone wero guest of their aunt at Shrevo last weok Mr and Mrs C W Butler of Shrevo will visit friends in Indiana quite soon The picnio in Nottinghams sugar camp had a little too much grog to be a success Mrs Joe Bland of Irvington contem- Â¬ plates vialtlng her parents near Harned quite soon Mr and Mrs W H Obambllss wero guests at John Walkers of Fordsvillo last week Over a hundred of Fordsviiles most elite armed with huge dinner baskets NEVER TOO OLD TO BE CORED ai X m XX fl TORT i ni HBSSnff I 1 Old Peoplo It Gives Them Hew Blood and Life ing their blood pure they can fortify themadlvoe bo 0 to escape three fourths of the ailments ptaiJSa - ID Am rinnn nnt nnoMWnrilv tBA feebloneas ana lit health wa TVArl all of tho siokncss amoo the remedy which will keep body ft tnanew strength and life to tho wholeand Bends to SW re the appetite builds up the energies giving blood throughout the entire ayotam Sarah Pike 477 Broadway South Boston writes good nealtn I am- seventy years old and bad not enjoyed ways obdln I waa- alok in different for twenty yeara Th addition had Eczema- terribly on one of my legs never be doctor said that on account of -my age I would cured me well again Itook b doron Dottle- of 8 8 8 and it ph w wj oompieuuy bdu 1 om T l a a tvnll fin I iwnr did in mv life For eight Mr JW Loving of Colquitt Oa sayat eruption on een yeara I sufforod torture from a flory my skin I triod almost every known remedy but they failed ono by one and I was told that my age which fa Jfctyaix waa against mo and that I could never hope 8 to be well again I Anally took S am 8in and it oleaiwed perfect health my blood thoroughly and now I - tLTrS Â¬ 4s S 8 S FOR THE upBLOOD and strengthen which can build tho only remedy 8 StX8 KttitohS taH cue rTts and herbsran4 ha n chemicals vdiatem the worst cases of Scrofula Can 8 Open Bores Chronic Ulcers uoiia or oy UTAV Atlanta G Bociks on thoeo dlsaaae will bo sent free by Swift Speolflo FOR SALE One Farm of About 300 Acres Lying two miles south of Harned Ky 140 acres in cultivation and 60 Splendid water good orchard brick dwelling on acreB in fine timber a boautiful situation and a desirable home ono mile fiom a Methodist Also church and a first class country school One Store House and Dwelling In Harned Ky for two yearB now occupied and doing a good businesa and rented Also One Tobacco Warehouse In same place built four years ago Mules 4 Head of Cattle Hogs Implements Etc Etc 15 Farming WILL SELL AT A BARGAIN I As I expect to travel in the northwest I have placed my notes aqd accounts with Mercer Mercer at Hardinsburg and all parties owing me can Bettie with them at any time or with me at Harnod Ky before a suit is instituted Respectfully Yours GD PAYNE and wife I am mad Those British athlete won open until September Rev Moore has accepted a call to the pastorago of the Baptist church in this place for a period of ten months He has been preaching here for sometime and at the urgent request of many of the members decided to remain Instead of returning to North Carolina His disÂ¬ course last Sunday was on Sabbath deseÂ¬ A cration A large delegation from the DovrettB Greek settlement came out last Friday to hear the trial before Judge Ahl of wme parties who had been playing bass ball there on the Sabbath The matter 1b attracting considerable attention as Sunday base ball playing is quiet com- Â¬ mon at many places in the county Should the court hold that it la a yjoj latlon of the law a fine will necessarily all on each one participating in the game This would have a tendancy to break It up Tho case waa postponed lor another week tor hearing What among hnman ills are more an aevliur than piles The afUictiona that yreveata active exercise are bad onough that makes even rest miserable bat k wow Women are among its great w TADLERfl BTJQKEYE VILK OINTMENT will cure toll uott eeVtartyn Jeewtf wa tittSr A V Web l4MoJ la beiUet was narrow but a miss is as good as a mile Americans over there turned out in force to cheer the Yale and Harvard teams so what if tho Prince of Wales and the Duke and Duchess of York were on the ground Mrs George Clarkson and her daugh ter Mrs Dr OConnor of Ellabethtown visited relatives here last week I num- Â¬ bered them among my moat pleasant bright friends in Big Spring and it afiords us all satisfaction to know that they are delightfully established in the prosper ous city ot Elizabetltown Mrs H V Duncan has been witli her daughter Mrs D M Duncan for a week hoping to improve her health which has not been good slnco the death of her son for whom she still mourns Mrs Duncan is a charming gentle woman a favorite hnre and we are glad to know she is feeling much better Ohepeze Wathen and her four 1 1 Mrs bright children of Owensboro spent several days last week with her sister Mre James Lewis Mrs Wathen is as handsome as in days of yore and to meet her waa a pleasure supreme Mr and Mrs James Fairleigh her parents returned home with her Monday night Robbert G Iugersoll died poor we are told He made an immenso amount but spent it upon his loved ones and in charity A man of such eloquence a man with such a heart a man with such sympathies and yet and yet he lacked the one thing needful What did it matter if be bad gained the whole world find loet his own soul T liai trial miHtintm nrint tvlltt S D W Fairleigh who ure mdftn epiriM ltoiii I fcrtfti Â¬ I am glad the margin The Farm Journal is 22 years old prints 40 tons of paper a mouth and is out of debt it is cut to fit every pro- Â¬ gressive farmer and villager Dont you want this fine little paper Very well pay a year ahead for tho Breckenridge News and wo will have the Farm Jour- Â¬ nal sent lo your address for the balance of 1800 and all of 1900 lOol 10o2 and 18o3 nearly five years and it will get to you if alive and anywhere on this planet FALLS OF ROUGH Willis Grean went to Louisville last week J D Babbage was down on tho branch Oscar Armstrong will attend school at Fordaville Bro Miller baa christened his baby Saturday LaFayette Miss Krilla Mathews baa been qnlto ill with flux The Catholic church at Irvington was dedicated last Sunday Sam Heradon of Irvington roturaed from Owesebore laet week nioelotof eHee l et tier yard 8Q LidleV coweta op Ladies birtj iw4tbd Yttuo cut ftob iw i wMtt siteeav Miss Maggie Carter wont to Oioyor port Monday to be the guest of Miss Alice Mattingly Miss Annie Olayconib visited her sta- Â¬ ter Mrs Sam Dugan near Brandenburg last week If you wish to give the devil a solar plexus blow help vote whisky out of this district Misses Bettie and Mattie Hook of Har Â¬ dinsburg were the guest of Mrs Fred Moorman last week Mrs H T Kendall and daughter Mary Addie of Louisville are visiting Mlsa Addle English at Locust Lawn Our community has been blessed with an unusual number of visitors this sea- Â¬ son In fact times never grow dull around here Many of our people attended the dedi- Â¬ cation of the church at Mt Merino and are loud in their praise of the manner in which they were entertained The Christian people of the Bowley ville magisterial district for the next month should bind every energy to tho advancement of the cause of temperance How would you like to have a saloon near your own houao7 Id lalhpt Well then have a hog pen there dont vote for one to be near some 090 elses house It G Ingersoll had much to say of the mistakes of Moses but we are of the opinion that ore this the distinguished agnostla has ascertained the fact that he made a far greater mistake than ever Mosoa made We are a strong advocate of working our public highways by a system of tax Â¬ ation but we are bitterly opposed to general taxation for this purpose and applying the Us to the working of the roads of favored loealltes Let every ebureb Sunday tehool prayer meettaji aoeUl gettwrlejr and ev Â¬ ery lever el pea sobriety and morality within the bootvjbi of the JeUville Baker and Miss Katie Temple and Miko Moore composed a party who will Stephens and Miss Ida Skinner went to spend Sunday at Tionga Springs Tar Springs Saturday Mr and Mre Oiaud Taylor of Louis- Â¬ Solomon Obinchain bas not heard ville nro visiting hor fathor Mr J Wt from bis son George who went to Ma- Â¬ Applegate nilla for three or four months and tho We are glad to note the improvement family is grieved for fear he is dead of Mrs Dr Prutchor who Je at Sulphns ins Kind lou nara Always Bought j Beuitta The wheat crop was nearly a failure Sprints for her health BlgMtnw here Three crops were hauled to John of Mre Julius Brashear and children Burdetts and threshed out 42 bushels in have returned home from a pleasant vis all Five crops threshed at Mort Mose PELLVILLE It to relatives in Paris Ky t leya turned out 101 bushels in all Messrs T Cf Williams and Thos Our new telephone line is a great con- Â¬ Lynch spent a very pleasant eve at the Miss Ada Snyder will return to Owens venience here One fellow wrote a let home of Misses McConnaok Sunday boro soon ter to a certain lady in Owensboro and The Methodist protracted meeting is Charles Mook the popular drummer the next day telephoned toknow if she progressing conducted by Bey Hynea was here Friday had received it Ho says talk about pastor who is assisted by Hev Nudam B S Helm and son Leslie went to convenient thingp this telephone doins of Louisville Deanfield Friday beats all The Misses McCormack gave a croquet Bion and Drury Moseley went to I party last Wednesday Volcanio Eruptions in honor ot Mlsa Knottavllle Friday Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob lifo Mamio Fitzgerald of Louisville who is G L Morrison is very sick with ab Â¬ of joy Bucklena Arnica Salve cures visiting them H scess on bla lungs The Maaonio orderhad vary later them also Old Running and Fever Robert McGavock of Oloyerport vlt Sores Ulcers Bolls Felons Corns eating meeting Saturday night there be ited around here last week Warts Onia Bruises Burns Scalds ing quiet a number of visitors from Loi Bud Skinner visited Oapt Horace Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Filo isville present Smith at Lewisport last week cure on earth Drives out Fatna and We are sorry to note several ease oj V M Moseley and Wallace Norrls Aches Only 25 cts a box Ouro guar Â¬ typnom lever In our town amoBjuwHW font to Deanfield Thursday night Sold by Short A Hayrjes Drug Â¬ anteed win Alice oiaricy Alius esraMf Willis Early has sweet potato vines in gists and Ruth OOllam 49J -full bloom a thing never seen here be Â¬ f fore Ciiiawec postal AiUJoritj WEST POINT jj Mias Katie Temple and Mrs Adanrs a reinuKaoie event has u Hawes went to Thurston on a lelt A man Mr Will Taylor spent Sunday at home Wednesday of KIntr hail A HTM whri nuLi with his parents i ahu mwuer h ipsa wee Meena nu- Walter Bennett and family ot Hanson Mise Jessie Hall will give a croquet wjld rakish life he led Hopkins county visited relative hero He gamble party Thursday eve unov BuvAvw last week wi ne atelaw Mlsa Lillian Board ot Ekron is visit his father would be tAWtuta the V M Moaeley and sister Miss Hor Mies Sallle Wathan and the whole safltar lor iMhMPPrT tense will spend a week with relatives taK Mlsa id Wilfams la visiting Mrs II vitality ana the vital qoeetfeu In Owensboro U eonid the lamlly be pnoteeledT Attest ReyJ D JI ocker after conducting a A Kennyson Tip Top Ky arrived at the eeqelwioa that th Mrs Thoa Lewis and daughter of they two weeke test meeting at Deanfield oaly wy to preset ft lath sad LoukvlUe are vialtlng relative hqre Friday returned home nootherwas tetak extreme aafsWMe Onr town U no attractive that we can 1 the poorest The tobacco erop here with the ioi whUi thy with for years on account of the dry cool now boast of about frty MtBamer boaden geasoe Th 4 Mle tentfeim Mr Deoyhie of Loabvlllo peaftan out ftmoa ttw fiftVfA jtflMNd ty weather running it op too fast WA Brown sold his farm to Frank day here the guest of MiM Fanny Lewis C40w4e4Mkras4te4tt ad Meade Will and Ital Carry ol LoaUville Lelbovilx of Lewisport Thiusdsy He jjptlfctafta roMriMad hfe asek will remove hie family to Owensboro ipeat Sunday thfeafa ol the Mlwafr MB rilsstosi pulled m an end th Berry and Mi Bwtba GW Sheet EaUU i whs pat byMi tnlatag tto fftnajty Qt Mtfftfc Cttl Mr Md Ma i tkw-l4- -J Henry Sklaaer tod Him Ad Soby Jeff VT Trewjy Berry M4 jomA - 4 S OASTOHIA H V BFsM1 Tsinn-klanK-p- LV 7r Sal J5 Hi wwi fly Nrav va M 4MjfWM mh LSHH wm JlW JI atr JR a4 Jtt