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THE BRECKENRIDUE NEWS ALJU Yr t THK NEXWS THATS FIT TO PRINT NO 3 VOL XXIV CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2 1899 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm TITPY MUST yj w Wr l5 - I - 111 B fu or TV- D CLOSING OUT SALE TO QUIT BUSINESS Worth of Clean Fresh Goods To Be Sold In Sixty Days Our Business House and Lot sold to M Bamman Son with a promise to give possession in sixty days We will make prices on these goods that will please you It is taking more time than we expected to go over our stock consequently our store wont be open until SATURDAY AUGUST 5th w D O i o Win Vest Mfc - Sons ENTHUSIATIC MEETING New Members Twenty three Join the W C T U Will Meet Again Next Night that m o TV I t I OJ I heretofore enjoyed Tho property is one of tho moBt desirable locations in the city and the figures paid for it by the purchasers are very reasonable Hamman Son recognized this and the trade was doubtless a mut- Â¬ ual one Hamman Son will UBejit for Sons Sell fhei their furniture business which enables The Scribners of Louisville Were WiriVest them to carry a stock commensurate Defeated Big Store House with their increasing trade Their facil- Â¬ ities will be improved as the house can be well adapted to the business Vest In Two Games of Base Ball By the To M Hamman Son Price Paid Sons will close out their present stock at Hardlnsburg Team reduced figures Â¬ MIAVAMA AVM was interspersed during the hours exercises whs heartily enjoyed by the audience There will be another meet- Â¬ ing at the old Presbyterian church next BIG SALE 0- them the same success as they have TWO BIG REALTY GAMES W a Moorcmnn Sells Out The report reached here yesterday that W 0 Moorman of Glendeane bad closed out his mercantile business there to Harry Stum of Fordsville If the report is true the people of Glendeane will lose a popular business man He began business in Mr Moorman there somo years ago and has built up a fine trade No doubt his successor Mr Â¬ MondSjaight It 0 0 0 Take Cuacarets Candy Cathartic lOo orSSo ail to cure druggists refund money TEACHERS IN SESSION Institute a Success at Hardins burg M To Cnro Couitlpatlon Foreyer Paralytic Stroke Â¬ lv Stum may bo as successful Mr Stum did business a few years at Rock Vale and is well known to the trading publio in that section Riv A F Beare pastor of the Chris tian church in this city while off on a nonday vacation at Marengo Ind sustained a j 5i500 I Blotches and ezcresences which bo often annoy people aro simbly efforts of The Bale of tho handsome three story nature to throw off impedimenta to the brick storo honse owned by Vest Sons proper performance of her dutlee -was made last Friday to the furniture HERBINE will old and assist nature in dealers M Hamman Son Tho price her work and insure a skin clear and paid was 5600 beautiful entirely free from all imper- Â¬ The Balewaa a aurprisoto the public aa fections Price 50 eta A R Fisher Vest Sons have always done an exten- Â¬ sive business The transfer of their big dood Show store house would Indicate that they are YtBterday afternoon the price of ad- Â¬ to cease business among us But their mission was heard on every corner many fiends will regret this if true Price again honored this town with one Their course here or forty years mostly o bis annnal attractionp by their father and in recent years by This season ho baa engaged twenty the boys John and Eugene has been flvo people who have tho reputation eminently successful to them and largebeing at the head of the list in their pro- Â¬ ly satisfactory to thMr numerous patrons fession His magnificent bott was VVe are loath to believe that in this sale crowded to its utmost capacity and ev- Â¬ to lose them aa business men and eryone spoke we are in high terms of the per-Â¬ citizens they may and doubtless will formance He always brings out a begin operations In a different line strong company They are highly qualified for nuythlng Should they en Â¬ tbov may undertako The Best Remedy for Flux gage in another business the News wishes Mr John Mathias a well known stock doaler of Pulaaki Ky says After suff Â¬ ering for over a week with flux and my physician having failed to relieve me I was advised to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and The only hope for many weakly have the pleasure of stating that the women is halt of one bottle cured me For Bale by A R FlBher Oloverportj R A rtMM Sliellman Stephensporf Two of the most interesting base ball Karnes of the soason were played on the Hardlnsburg base ball grounds last Thursday and Friday between the Scrib Â¬ ners of Louisville and the Hardlnsburg nine Both games woro interesting and played with a vim Hardlnsburg started out to win fame and they did it-The Louisville nine came down with a record as a scientific set but what tho Home team did for them was a plenty The playing took the intoresffrom tho Institute which was in session and ah the teachers and visitors turned out to see tho game The batting by both teams was fine McGary for Hardlnsburg played a fine Hrd and Dillon in the field tooK every thing that camo his way Pate and Roberts who joined the team did fine batting and added strength to tho game Some other good playoro were Hook Smith Brunsr and Pulllatn Score July 27th Â¬ Coughed 25 Years I suffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hundreds of dollars with doctors and for medicine to no avail until I This used Dr Bells remedy makes weak lungs strong I Â¬ Pine-Tar-Hon- has saved my life J B Rosell Grants burg 111 They Shall Have The News Editob News Dear Sir At the sug Â¬ gestion of soldiers of the 3rd Inf some of whom are from your place I request that vou kindly send Fr Thomas Reading Room a compli- Â¬ mentary copy of your paper as long as the regiment remains here The favor would be appreciated by the soldier their friends and by myself boys Thanking you in advance I am Yours Truly Ruteb W Spbikokb Post Chaplain US A Then you Do you keep chickens ought to have the Farm Journal Wo give it In clubbing with the Bkeckkk bidok Nkws both for the pneo of our paper only Pay up a year ahead and tho Farm Journal will come for the bal ance of 1890 and all of 1000 1001 1002 and 1004 nearly five years and ntt to you if you are on this planet Â¬ would to the 0 Hartliotburg 4 a o ScoreJuly 28tb 1 Scribnin o2 9 1 1 ij WOMAN S HOPE Hirdlntbury Scrlbncri o p 0 IJ 6 E9 mr in all id born td sore vafe f tV dtatiaat ramtAv forth nmute truMM muito vlUt The Mr the disc ases for which ft Backaoa 8jntvorPais ti 9kDU of the PAffflAUL HAU Mi HarvoMtaaai Milfl aibtriAvaa rai HtAMOMD aum The Most Fatal Disease Mote adults dlo of Kidney trouble than of any other disease When the i first symptoms of this disease appear no Escaped a Severe Wound CJonu to Smltluvllle Texas time should be lost in taking Foleys Little Eva Weatherholt the little Fred Peters who has been employed Kidney Cure which is guaranteed or t Ight months old child of Mr and Mrs at the shops as a machinist has resigned money refunded 50o ana 1 00 A R to accept a like position with bis Flaher OJoverport E A Witt Hardlns- Â¬ Jesse Weatherholt while playing at a window Saturday came very near being fatbw at Smithsvllle Texas burg badly wounded yMterday and hi many friends He left Tho sash accldently fall and had it not Will Speak at Muafordsvllle wlak him mcm in bis new field in wwiii been for the pieeence of a poker would ni Ool I R Murray has beea appointed have crushed her little hand into smith J Uw state Uemooratfe Uotnwittee td efreeast wax fea VLJaal - ix tl WUV 4ll Aug 7 o tle buMtJivi itfili m ku xluai it mL A9 t ihtHSBK IPsiH flfcBr fiHiil iifiiii iiM JMNplinWuMI m liitMl XI MBA wmm a ye r i tkMma Hutu utitilm MuilMitM K A WKt Hwdiwbarg rmm Nfj I wattr JWapjstaBjpajiwBaaWBflaTljpBB7 T o nn ir -- y a w stroke of paralysi He was descending a flight of stairs Another successful and enthusiastic when suddenly his right arm and aide temperance meeting was held by the were partially paralized He is improving slowly but is not members of the W O T U at tho new Presbyterian church last Monday night hopeful of haying the use of his arm for When the hour arrived for the opening some time exercises the church was filled with The Pastime an interested congregation The audi ance was composed of people from all Mr T F Sawyer and family made a parts of the town and members from pleasant trip to Hawesville Sunday on nearly all the chnrches their new steamer The Pastime They The president Mrs Joiner called the Bpent the day with relatives Butch assembly to order and the exercises were has ever reason to be proud of his new opened with a song and prayer service boat as she is a perfect model The minutes of the former meoting wero He says after a week or so running read and approved she will be the fastest craft on tho Ohio Tho committee appointed to secure a suitable room and organize a young The Rev W B Costley of Stock mens reading club was not reaay to bridge Ga while attending to his pas- Â¬ report and further time was given in toral duties at Ellenwood that state was which to arrange this part of the work He says attacked by cholora morbus A suggestion from a member that tho By chance 1 happened to get hold of a colored people of the town Bhould be en- Â¬ bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera listed In the Temperance movement met and Diarrhoea remedy and I think it wltn favor and a committee was appoint- Â¬ was the means of saving my life It re- Â¬ ed to confer with them That commit- Â¬ lieved me at once For sale by A R tee was aa follows r F N DHuy Rev Fisher Oloverport R A Sliellman Beare Mrs J H Wills Mrs A S Eng Stephensport lish and Mrs D P Plank There was also a committee appointed fluch Encouraged to distribute Temperance llteraturo bver Dr T S McCall of Pewee Valley and the city in the hotels work shops and President of tho Kentucky Colloge places The committee and other publio visited this city last week in the interest was as follows J D Babbage D P of hla school Plank and J D Gregory Jr He wa much encouraged with his president then called for a talk in prospects The from this placo and is hopeful behalf of the temperance cause from any of securing several students member present Young Mr Morton responded in a short brief talk but it was Will Locate In New York to the point Mrs Wills then read a Edward Riedel of Louisville who Is an touohlng the cause Rey short paper W B Rutledge then made a telling and expeilepced electrician spent severalspirited address In behalf of Temperance dajs at bis home in Holt last week He and its strong points had Its weight with contemplates loeatiag in the city of Vw York about Asgut lt- tU audloiice thfta ealled Um New ealietHeata were wms 4dd aadtwtBtv thvya ftew m La I Last week the hospitality of tho homea of the Hardlnsburg people were turned over to the teachers who assembled to conduct the business of the County In Â¬ stitute Tho first days business was taken up in organization and outlining the busi- Â¬ ness of the week Over one hundred teachers answered to tho roll call indi- Â¬ cating an Increased attendance and in- Â¬ terest over that heretofore shown Superintendent Driskell requires a punctual attendanco upon the session of the Institutute and insists that the teach- Â¬ ers shall do the work assigned to them A glance at tho proceedings last week showed that this rule was having a good effect and the Institute was slowly but surely accomplishing the thing for which it was designed a higher Btandard ot education for teachers The session throughout the week tak ingoach days work as it was mapped out was ot special interest to all in attend Â¬ ance Tho teachers did their part well Mr Frank Pate the instructor and who la a Brockenrldge county boy brought out many new ideas and greatly assisted the work Tho papers read and the subjects dis Â¬ cussed brought forth new animation and life from the teachers and upon the whole it was a very interesting session A free and easy expectoration is pro 1 duced by a few doses ot BALLARDfJ UOKEUOUHD SYRUP In all cassa Of Hoarseness Sore Throat or difficulty oti Xv breathing Price 25 and 60 clw-r-- Fisher - 9 W tin mU rrha IHllMIUMh Uttf VIUU a JHvm Up The Hate Bush F Braesf afUr aa yaars eprtlH la the Hotel aaalaaaa oa ui Tnlrl WW fWw mimaI nlflflflii fttt t WW ma Maasfry Mr Mr aa Mri W ir mom iuL fta bfri4 tauM o4Tp mhm aaakUsfj c ta s i ttatfeMatftftMattotf fiSMttaltWMM fWJr M aatai Q art Ut a hrothat el 7 Mtmry at tUaatir- km 4 tV 1 nt Yitiil I 3rTTT II H HWt l II Mil H I JtffiiaBiMil 1 - ill ll l Til a esp i H iii n in i II ll ll mi 111 iii in 1 mtmmmmmmmmmf I I CLE AN SWEEP UP OF SUMMER AND ALL SALEABLE MERCHANDISE A THOROUGH a 5 B EX t ft A I ft n Ifc CLEARINQ i JL h sr I A HKaHi mjmKSSF9iNSM massk Kntran 30 DAYMtagday August 3rd to Saturday I To select goods from a well bought and well kept stock A stock in this section as you have learned to know from your week-to-wee- k J iA I i TIME UNEQUALED that has no superior purchases rat 15 s Sweeping Reductions on a Great Many Articles Every stroke of our clearing broom will send out merchandise that cannot be bought at other times for less than from 25 to 50 per cent more It will be a great saving for you but every sale must be made ever brought to this county We must make room for this enormous stock and offer some great bargains All calicoes reduced to 4c clothing c before buying I L d Get our prices on dry goods notions Our buyer will start for the east Sept 20th to buy the largest stock NO COUPONS GIVEN DUKING THIS CLEARANCE SALE Jr Vs SHELMAN cc CO AS ql i P - f li TIHIIE News 2 1809 77 CZRIlsrGi TOIsr j IKIEISrTTTOZKrX- tf Breckenridge WEDNESDAY AUGUST PAYNESVILLE Goobel court day tlleld over from last week men scarce as crap shooters on ffe- - i Herbert Uayalnger is rapidly improv jng after a severe attack of fover Misa Dessle Brown the only surviving daughter of Mr and Mrs Lee Brown is very low with consumption Miss Inez Tyler and Miss McDonald two charming young ladies of Concor- Â¬ dia and Owenaboro respectively are viaiting the Misses Tuornsbcrry of this vicinity Misa Stiles was thrown from her horse here last week and if she had not been heroically rescued from her pirllesa po Â¬ sition by J D Brown and Will Self she would no doubt have been trampled to All death by her frightened steed honor to the brave I If the Hardineburg and Fordsvillo railroad was extended from Irvlngton via Paynesville to the Ohio at Concor Â¬ dia the regular trains that lay over at the present junction could span the cen- Â¬ tral part of Meade county without scarce- Â¬ ly any additional loss of time I believe this extension would bo practical and profitable the road bed would be easily built for there is a natural ridge that exÂ¬ tends entirely from Irvington to Con- Â¬ cordia The amount of freight and pass Â¬ engers from the county that would other wise take the winding water way to the metropolis would insure an ample return to the Railroad Company On the 10th our society was awakened lrom a long peaceful repose by the silvery chimes of wedding bells W B Arnold and Miss Bessie Harris was the happy pair who were made one by Rev Dan Shacklett in the Baptist church here A bountiful and delicious supper was served at the home of the brides uncle Mr Thomas Brown around whoso hoapltabla board were gathered the chosen friends and relatives of the happy couple It was the consummation of the work which sly Cupid began several years ago when this popular young teacher led his beautiful bride to Hymns altar Their courtahip has been a pleasant one judging from visible evidence and knowing eaoh of the con iraotlng parties as I do I predict for them a life of useialnesa and bllw The hvwble writer nud all of their many iwteb them happiness unalloyed the highest Moatest tool for the use of the ttMro days and there is no patent o K k pofltttoi sense This is a old i travel over Maid rusty iMftUmsatt and Bckorllg yon will Had hat few teinets who sm wing It Sosm oua megg u war J M hot weak and Â¬ i i faskf yotut sMMoltides adapted to the cure of fevers of all kinds because it thor- Â¬ oughly cleanses the stomach and bowels The Farm Journal has nearly two of all bilious humurs and expels all im million readers each Issue it is putting pure secretions of the body Price 50 la a new press that will print 200 eoples cents A It Fiaber a minute It is the beet farm paper in America and it pleases tho women folks Keep it in Your Seme all to pleees We have made a special And when the bowels fall to set prtpar- - arrangement by which we are able to y take a does of Lyons Laxatjvx send the Farm Journal for the balance WAXBJLJOPU FWH8KT VUQ Syup--- It sets gently bat effectually oa of im and all of 1900 im 100 sad OOMBUUTIOH MUX AMD BX4M MX the kklMys liver aftd bowels will keep 1008 oearly Ave mam to ett mbterrbete ND NEST OHKAWCHT yotueyeteiaia good writing order aad V eie9 AjHP 91 JONKS OK JlfrfftHAMTttN Is well Â¬ farmer that it matters not what a farmer I raises or what methods he employs in I farming but the secret is in all farmers demanding higher prices for their pro- ducts Now I cant speak for every part of this county but in every locality in which I have been tho one thing which I noticed particularly was the goneral lack of products to soil The very men who have nothing to Bell sit around tho country store mana chew fac cuss the president and the laws of tho land while their fence corners at home are growing up with bushes and their Holds corn fields for they never have grass fields washing into gullies Show me a man who combines and cor- Â¬ relates brain and muscle power in farm- Â¬ ing and Ill show you a man who has a great variety of farm products for sale and whether the prices are high or low he is prospering and will succeed in spite of evil legislature Tho reason why the farmers in this county are not progress ing is because they do not study farming from the right view point if they study it at all the farmer is working against the tide he is in the ruts that our great grandfathers made when they came from Virginia and Carolina and these ruts lead in the wrong direction It doesnt mat- Â¬ ter if farmers stay in the ruts of routino farming provided these ruts are made on that broad highway which leads on to success and Independence The first thing a farmer should consider if he intends to use his brain in farming is the natural adaption of the soil He who is directed by nature is wise so the farmer must consult nature condi- Â¬ tions to be wise Climate soil surface features water etc determine whether a country is beat suited for a grazin gardening or culture of corerls or fruits Of course there are other local or foreign influences that must have their weight with the farmers when he sets about to detormine which branch of agriculture will Insure him the greatest returns for his physical mental and financial ex- Â¬ penditure such as tho supply and demand of dis- Â¬ products certain tance from cities railroad or river After a man baa thus determined what to raise let him study as faithfully how to raise it and above all let him practice economy remembering that that econ- Â¬ omy which regards the preservation pf the soil is the wisest and the aafeat thought it strips the lining from the pocket book the dishes from the safe or the feathers from his wifes hat Let farmers look to themselves for relief and not to Congress let them ory common sense instead of free trade energy and ambition above free silver E Bubcii Creed Three Hundred and Forty Eight A new religion is to be added to the three hundred and forty seven already existing in the United States Tho apos- Â¬ tle of a peculiar creed and brotherhood has just arrived in this city It claims forty million members its name is secret its chief representative is a native of Ferslawho was educated in European universities became a min- Â¬ ister of tho Church of England but sub- Â¬ sequently was instructed in this new re- Â¬ ligion An air of mysticism surrounds him yet he is willing to tell a little to the uninitiated What Le calls the positive point of the brother hoods argument is that God is an identity an individual a person i This is nothing new for every Christian church rests on that proposition negatively this brotherhood holds that God is neither tho unlversoa nothing a power a law nor a principal Christianity Judaism and Mohamme- Â¬ danism agree with that statement The Eddyites who call themselves Christian Scientists on the principal on which the Guinea Pig is named it is not a pig and did not orginate in Guinea hold that God is a principal not a per- Â¬ son and that everything else is a noth- Â¬ ing Then ho says that the purpose of man in this world is not to worship and glorify God as the church teaches nor is it the purpose of human life to to come in contact with conflict with the material law as occult science- teach- Â¬ es nor to accomplish our Karma as Theoaophiata teach nor to awaken the Christ within us as Christian Scientists teach it is a matter of doubt whether he understands Christian Science nor to communicate with spirits as spirit- Â¬ Of course not ualists teach He must have something nowHe claims it to be a more complete revelation of light and the particular knowledge for which every soul is thirsting and to ex plain why our stay in this world is so brief- - Wo will undertake to say that one of the solemn duties of the mem Â¬ bers Is to support the propaganda and and the various officers true and false religions agree in that As for the forty millions they are like the thirty mill- Â¬ ions that a few of the Spiritualists used to claim in this country or like the three millions that many of them now claim or like the vast multitudes that the Christian Scientists are claiming All of them have great powers of count- Â¬ ing the invisible New York Christian Advocate Metb Â¬ In another column will be found the advertisement of Wilmer Atkinson Co publishers of the Biggie Books In con- Â¬ ciseness oi statement in the thorough- Â¬ ness with which the ground has been covered The Biggie Books havo won praises on every hand The boiled down common sonBe cream not skim milk method which charactreizes tho pages of the Form Journal has been carried out in their preparation For mechanical effect no expense or pains have been spared and the highly finished paper the beautiful illustrations the excellent typo and press work and the handsome cloth binding make- these books models of the printers art The color work in tho Berry Poultry and Cow Books has never been attempted before in any book selling for a reasonable price No farm or rural homo is complete without Judge Biggies Books and no one interested in theso subjects can afford to let another day go by without sharing in the help Â¬ ful things with which their pages are filled Pay 40 for a farm library other than this and you will not havo more value The price is 50 cents free by mall address the publishers Wilmer - YOUR FENGE AN EYESORE w f f e i f a T Is it an old picket affair Does it detract from tho beauty of your lawn Are you ashamed of If bo you had bet Â¬ ter decide to havo a new one put up it I H III iCMnw HIGHLY ORNAMENTAL and adds beauty to any place Its good points are Beauty Lightness of Strength Durability and its Lasting Qualities It is built on scientific principles Every part of it strengthens There the other part There is no strain and ten years after it is put in it is as firm as it was when originally constructed are no parts to rot no parts to break It will outlast wood and is cheaper to erect It will outlast 80 per cent of the most expensive iron fences and beats them all in appearance CLOVBarORT KY May 5 1849 iny Oweniboxo What the Editor The Gentlemen Fknce Comi Fence more than pleases me Th William It U a thine of beauty and a Joy forever It enhances the appearance Of this of my yard And discounts the other wire and iron fences In the city I never got grerter yalue fir my money in my Mo Pa Dor Savs Believe me JND D BABBAGp Call around and soe the lawn fence in front of Mr Babbages residence It speaks for itself W T BARNETT IS AGENT Headquarters at Mitchells Hotel Cfoverport Ky Construction isj iiles iaj By innai MmbiM0fm40Bmm0iam THIS TKTXTJXJZjJJLbecausePB2TOB it is Cheapest Is Cheapest because it is Best It is Best WOT Hi Atkinson Co Philadelphia YOU Two Boys and Two Cows Tuesday morning we saw two boys and two cows The bova were taking tho cows to tho pasture There was nothing unusual about such a scene for it is a common thing to see boys driving cows to pasture What impressed us was the different modes of the two boys in drvl In thcTwicz-A-WiiCouRKR JouBNAbthan ingthoir respective bo vines One boy In any other piper published both In quality and quantity a little fellow with a pink waist and dark trousers wearing a Btraw hat walked by Thb CouribrTournal Is the the side of his cow and occasionally equal qf many k dallies and the superior of all other papers It prints more real news more good clsss would rub her neck and Bpeak kindly to matter more food class matter than any other IsÂ¬ her The cow knew that he liked her sued Wednesday and Saturday A rood commis- Â¬ sion to ajents Sample copies Iree on application and she feared no harm She was as Wtltoto Â¬ gentle as an old family horse Tho othCOURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY er boy little brute put in his time ex- Â¬ erted his strength and wasted his energy BY A SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT in throwing stones eloda sticks etc at bis cow and in running her Occasion- Â¬ YOU OAK GET ally he would curse the poor beast and blankety blank her at a rapid rate It is not hard to determine which cow will yield a profit and which will be kept at AMD TUB a loss not because she is not able and Twice-a-Wee- k willing to turn food Into butter fat but because she cannot do it under such treatment Oxford Democrat Both One Year for K Twice-a-Wm- GET MORE iiin No Knife jmmi No Iff seseaaa m KI wv W fflk teeesT sbbbbbT Why Suffer Agony When DONS COMPLETE PILE OURE ia guaranteed to euro you It is tho discovery of an eminent physician Interruption of Business I ni I Jsr I I 1 B If- - Tho first treatment bringa immediate roliof cured thousands and will euro you MR T 8 WILOOX prominent merchan and chief of tho Chattanooga Piro Depart- After veara of suffering DONS PILE OIN ommended to me Tho use of one box effected I voluntarily give you this statement hoping it of bringing your wonderful rented to the atten lenng wim puea Ithaa Sn Aire If n I foMjJWfelMwJlu M 9 I 4p jLl Jr Price 100 Prepaid to any Addnn m a Breckenridge ONLY DON CHEMICAL COMPANY 7 CHATTANOOGA TENN News If I - ql I Courier Journal W3HM HE aB MsB I skflysssssssessB esssLM HERBINE This I for oath subtcrleUont Only All tubwrlp tloas tudsr this coabinaUoa otfr mast be WM through the office of the 125 Ft lf WILDER 698 M 1 fourth Si Louisville Ky Breckenridge News AnHteMIe HmHhII RaKevM aU mIo Instantly sad beats awl evjr aterra eat htrsw belli bruises hah exreeaa ear Ifcfeet Hoe bK PERFECT SCALES Petira nsHsfcrao Horsemen will and title oil will cure scratch ts gracaed heel halter burns old sores collar calls Use It aud not stilsaed your drag bouis ulcers or ad all cure sore aoieaefsUn W81 or iaflaawd tryiMUs torus ehnupod or mucous ya In 4 Kad i IN O HidpttN WOJBU X mTn NTTXSTR laseesasaeeFsaeasereBiiaeiaaaw eV wj i JW v ed IRVINGTM Svary WtoMifcto ftntt TharmJay FoqHh Motway to ft- - Eel Kfenth jeHF llSaSSrSBjaSJBSHSJSJBBJSSi w PWheV umaUHy sjsew IKMmHY W 11 L 1 BANK OF EARDINSBURG B F BBARD President WILL MILLER Vloe Preeldfnt M H BEARD OaaMer G W BEARD 1 MORRIS KSKlUDGE DIRECTOR J R M JOLLY JW INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS iOHN A BISHOP DAN ORILEY President E ft BASSETT Vice Pretident Cashier lltloalism All over the country we find almost every paper at war with some WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2 1809 political division or with some other paper I am thankful for one that I en Â¬ joy the grand privilege of reading the 8TEPHENSP0RT Newv whioh not like my county paper and all other periodicals lilted up with Cooler at this writing a new political issue or Borne silly speech J II Lay went to Oloverport Monday of some great politician on Gobolism and Miss Eselo Biggs is vialttng in Troy Bimetallsm and a number of autobi Ind ographler of contesting ofllco seekers Mrs Sam Payne was in Irvlngton a whioh of whom a part knows nothing day last woek hut tho way to keep up a division and May we bo permitted to Mr and Mrs O OLewis have returned controversy see this Political war all over and tho from Missouri something in tho Mr A Conn is with his father hero press once more doing way of advancement for a few woekp Miss Daisy Miller left Sunday for a visit to Ekron Miss Myrtle Adams of Indiana is visiting Mrs Pike Conn Mrs M Blaln left Sunday for Cincin Â¬ nati for medical treatment Mr M Blaln and son W C Dlnln went to Louisvillo Sunday Remember tho ico cream supper at City Hall Saturday evening Aug Gth F O Ferrv left Monday for White Sulphur Wells in Indiana for a 10 days stay If you desire your visitors mentioned in the items send their names in before Monday Mr and Mrs Will Hendricks and family spent lost week with Mrs Ameri- Â¬ ca Miller Floyd St E Miller of Henderson spent Sunday with his father A R Mil- Â¬ ler who is on the sick list Miss Kate Allen of Chenaull and Miss Nita Cody of Louisville spent Sat Â¬ urday with Mrs Frank O Ferry Engineer Ferry has been homo for several days resting up after the wreck of last week in which he was somewhat bruised up Miss Bessie Hargis who has been vis- Â¬ iting her sister here will soon return to her home near Derby accompanied by Miss Breckenridge News i spaee with Gobelism and all other po Cr 2R Iv V jP OP j CLEARANCE SALE TOIvIvY ON TUESDAY AUGUST 1st we Grayson County Bank MTAUMMED W6 Lcitchficld Kentucky Capital Stock 100000 Paid fir 10000 INTEREST PA1DQN HUE DEPOSITS Everything thats good in LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE INSURANCE Furnished by About one month ago my child which is fifteen months old had an attack of diarrhoea accompanied by vomiting I gave it such remedies as are usually given in such cases but as nothing gave relief we sent for a physician and it was under his caro for a week At tills timo tho child h s boon sick for about ten days and was having about twenty five operations of tho bowels every twelve hours and we were convinced that un less it soon obtained relief it would not live Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was recommonded and I decided to try it I soon noticed a change for the better by its con tinued use a complete cure was brought about and it is now perfectly healthy O L Boggs Stumptown Gilmer Co W Va For sale by A R Fishor Olo-Â¬ verport It A Shollman Stephensport Â¬ KY CLOTHING Here is where you will save your money Our regular prices were extremely low but in order to make room for Fall goods wo will give 20 per cent on regular price aunng our Clearance sale only You cant afford to miss this opportunity GEORGE H CASPERKE KENTUOKY SEADER BLUFF u Tfc JH rr BkANDKNQURG Jewelry and Insurance J If Himsclie The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Bertha Fettit Friday of every month il s VF with Casper May Office In Rear of Moorman Drug Store Co Owens OANNKLTON IND jHpBHjtsl9lEflE3Q Dr J L MOORMAN Miss Belle McCann entertained quite a jolly crowd of young folks Thursday ovening a party of eight from Hardin Grove were present Mr and Mrs H Lay Mr and Mrs J H Lay and Mr and Mrs F C Ferry spent a day last week with Mr and Mrs S G Reynolds at Rome Ind Tho ladies of the Baptist church will give an ice cream supper in the city hal Saturday evening Aug 5th Cream and sherbert will be ordered from the city All are invited Mrs Wilber Sills aud son of Kansas City Mo who have been spending sev Â¬ eral weeks here loft last week for Irv ingtou for a few days and will then re Â¬ turn to their home A Dentist Guarantees satisfaction in ail kinds of Dental work CLOVERPORT KY Narrow Escape t Thankful words written by Mrs Ada Was taken E Hart of Groton S D with a bad cold which settled on my lungs cough set in and finally terminat- Â¬ ed in Consumption Four Doctors gave me up saying I could live but a short time I gave myself up to my Savior determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth I would meet my ab Â¬ sent ones above My husband was advised to get Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption coughs and colds I gave it a trial took in all eight bottles It has cured me and thank God I am uaved and now a well and healthy wo- Â¬ man Trial bottles free at Short Hay nes drug store Regular size 50c and 100 Guaranteed or price refunded Â¬ Mrs Susan Dowell spent two days last week with Mrs Atilla Dowell dress making A F Sipes went to Louisvillo last week to sue his tobacco sold He reports very good Bales Miss Ellin Triplet ol Bewleyville is spending a few days with her sistor Mrs Ellle Sipes near Garfield The elders and deacons meeting will be at Iloaaant Grove on Saturday before the first Sunday in August Some young men entertained Mr and Mrs Milton Brown lost Wednesday WE STILL HAVE A GOOD STOCK OF night with their music and all had a nice time to i E 11 Rev R Knott preaches at Pleasant Everybody go to Grove next Sunday hear him for he hasnt preached in this community for sometime Which wo will offer at unparalled It will not be long until chickenB will The pro- Â¬ suffer around old Freedom Organdies worth 20o go for 13c tracted meeting will commence there as k 1 u u Vg Organdies worth 15c go for 9c the second Sunday in Auguest Every Organdies worth 10c go for 5c body must go to the old sacred place to Scotch Lawn worth 5c go for 3o hear the good preaching that will be Percales worth 16o go for 10c done Percales worth 12o go for 9c Percales worth 10c go for First come first seryed so march up Summer Ginghams worth 8c go for Sc go for 5c and pay for the Breckenridob News a Summer Ginghams worth year ahead This will secure that good Summer Ginghams worth 6c go for 4c llttlo paper the Farm Journal for the balance of 1899 and all of 1900 1901 1002 and 1903 nearly live years without any further pay Shall we hear from you within one week will begin our Clearance Sale and continue the During this time we will offer goods at prices that will move them I same up to August 29 We are going to clean out our stock of Summer Goods in order to make room for our Fall and Winter Stock The prices we will make will move the goods out and it will be to your interest to come early You will find some of the greatest bargains ever offered in this coun- Â¬ try Below you will find some prices that should interest you DRY GOODS iVa lwv Organdies Percales Ginghams and Lawns prices a 7o 7c SHOES Dont fail to see our bargains in shoes before you buy We have a good assortment at very low prices and wo havo some special bargains that you cant afford to miss and GAUOOES Wo have an elegant line of Simpsons Nortons American Production and Expansion Regular price 5c Clearance price Hamilton Calicoes In giving his views about trusts and Â¬ monopolies to the Industrial Commission at Washington last week Mr F B Thurber of this town presented incident ly the cose of expansion from the busi Other grades at 3c Â¬ 4 CENTS LADIES HATS BATTLETOWN Miss Eflle Haynes is on the sick list Mies Ellen Greer is quite indisposed at this writing Politicians are having a picnic Goe Your Expenses Paid While You bel gives the music Are Sick An epidemic of typhoid fever is fast developing in onr midst Do you want to draw a Bum sufficient Frank Greer is doing good worlc on to cover all costs when you meet with an the Kings Landjng road accident Wm Bennett Ohenault visited rela If 70U are prudent and wise you cer- Â¬ Uvea here Saturday and Sunday tainly do Till Bennett was thrown from a horse Now dont waste a moment but inquire about the line of Sickness and Accident last week but not seriously injured Wm Blake contemplates building a Insurance handled by new bouse this fall on his farm near Rat Run Rev Robbins of Hardinsburg filled Write or call on him at tho Poetoffice his regular appointment hero Saturday DO YOU WANT Marion Weatherholt OLOVERPORT KY ness side With a consuming power of 75000000 we have a producing power of 150000 Our problem is to keep our labor 000 and capital continously and remuner Â¬ atively employed by preserving our home market and reaching out for a place to dump our surplus among the each of whom other 1305000000 has some wants Mr Thurber was Bpeaking of what he regards as the necessity of the organiza tion of industry but the necessity of terÂ¬ ritorial expansion is even more evident The excess of American production over American consumption keeps in Â¬ creasing and the Americans will bo the victims of their own energy as agricultul tralista and manufacturers if they can not find new markets for their surplus products Fortunately the Philippines will give the United States a distribut- Â¬ ing station for trade with the East and means of promoting commerce with China A consuming powor of 75000 000 a producing power of 150000000 that is tho problem of which the acquis- Â¬ ition of the Phllipines ia at least a parti Â¬ al solution New York Sun Â¬ Embroideries Laces Etc We have a nice lino of Embroideries Laces Silks Etc that will be closed very cheap We cant name all prices but you will buy them when you see the prices FUmTCTURE In order to induce you to buy your Furniture now wo will frornAji gust 1st to 29 deduct 20 per cent off anything in thiB line After August 29th you will pay tho regular prices It will bo to your interest to buy your Furniture now that will go at Wo only havo a few Ladies Hats left and we want to close them out entirely We have a few left worth 200 6225 250 and 3 00 OUH BAEOAIEr COUNTER Our Bargain Counter will be one of the most attractive features dur Â¬ ing this Clearance Sale Hero you will find a great variety of remnanta and odds and onds of different kinds that must be sold Look over this and wo are sure you will find something that you neod and it will bo Como early and get one 149 cheap GROCERIES Wo strike you now where you live with prices that will bo oasy on your pocket book 2 pounds soda 5c Our Mens Straw Hats will bo sold at 25 per cent off of rogular 5 cans Baking Powder 5c prices You cant afford to miss these Polks best Tomatoes 8c Polks best Corn 7c Starch 2 boxes 5c Soap 3 bars for 5c Peppor grain and ground ISc pound 18 pounds sugar for 81 Colleo worth 12 J now 10c Everything in this lino goes at 20 per cent off regu Â¬ Coffee worth lie now 9J Coffeo worth lOo now 8jc lar price- - Buy what you neod in thiB lino as long as MENS STUAW HATS LYONS TRADE MARK night Little Annie Elites Dr F Gioor and Mrs Julie Greer are very low with typhoid fever Rev J B Haynes began a series of A grand re viva meetings here Sunday is anticipated Greer Stiles are done threshing in and haye removed this neighborhood intoVhe Andyville vicinity Miss Blddio Ohiem who was stricken two weeks ago with spinal meningitis is much improved at this writing Miss Allice Teckenpaueh and Fattie Alton of Singleton were guest of Miss May Cliff Paradise Bottoms Saturday and Snnday John Johnson Edward Greer and O R Conway all returned from the South last week whore they have been with M J Bennetts lime boat for about four months M J Bennett one of our enterprising merchants contemplates erecting a new store near Liberty The cause is effect Â¬ ed by the ne haw mill induitry at that place which is now beginning to operate It is said that fifty hands will be em Â¬ ployed The citlns of Breckenridga county an 1 the many subscribers to the Nkws In adjolulnsr counties should ba enthusias tic as well m thankful tor the grand and gteat educational and moral teaoher they enj4yith BRScKNWPaB Niws AH uImmWb el Mjkto aaswdity and truth net ftrftt ttfc gntltjtd they awe rahft u nwr mr to W M v IuImm i dSMemlaic ttttib u4 hd not waning proton knowledge f MMMMMMmmi04l3yrtoL UNDERWEAR thore is any A Woman Bacon 7c Golden Rio Lovering and XXXX coffoe 10c Masons Bolf sealing fruit jars yi gallon 49c Masons solf sealing fruit jars gallon 39c Only Knows LAXATIVE L SYRUP MATURES CURE FOR what suffering from falling1 of the painful or Trrejrular womb white menist or any dlete of the distinctly femlnlneorganili Amanniav iyinpa thlxe or pity but ho can not Know the agonic iho goes through tho terrible o patiently borne which Buffering rob her of beauty hope and happl Yet this suffering really 1 nee needle McELREES Wine of Cards will banish It This medicine cures all female diseases quick- Â¬ ly and permanently It does away with humiliating physical exami Â¬ nations The treatment may be taken at home There is not con tinual expense and trouble The sufferer is cured and stays cured Wine of Cardui is becoming the leading remedy for all troubles of this class ItcoAtabut 9i from any addrecj the special directions Ladle Advisory Department The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tens -t- We could mention many other articles but the best thing for everyone that sees this is toCOME AND SEE It will pay you to come Remember this sale will close Aug 29th We thank the public for their liberal patronage in the past and we solicit the same in the future WILL CLOSE AUG 30th and 31st TO INVOICE - CONSTIPATION A DEUCHTrUL LIQUID LAXATIVE jatUtfl from well known laxative principle of TMmWH and frufu for the cure of hablt- liM uoaMiDauon iwpiu mini aVvvT- deranged iffe tnA alland beweUcondition of the Iti On account of mhul uVer at aMtaatic inavnr and lack in luiuir rmib Ideal remedy for children area or YOURS RESPECTFULLY - Â¬ i druggist For advice in case requiring SHORT HAYNES KY WILSON JOLLY - COBB r wtkli m W WndHa wfeKHtfaawfM laeegM CMuOVIRPOBSP KENTUCKY LJeSTiTfcJSCTI3 MiiLA jtffct i f i iiiXLJi- - tpur 1 iife ij ni ifftih ismbSUsWsmslmmsmmmWL rnTjfci rjBTPlr mjmtrnmaMWUm JL FT1 7 BRBCKKOUDGE NEWS WKDNKHDAY AUGUST 1 1899 yyyyyvi DocsVoor mt mt Bn I fcj ll ligs 0tmm mm EIGHT PAGES ilrUf l CARD OP TB AN KH 10 teats OBITUAKIM eUrce II CACftC xem Ui fr Hit fr mt in III ekrjN rr at At U rata f Mill IX ADVASCK ANNOUNCBA1BNT JOHN 1 1IA9 Wiar MtWfetd to WKlL Jr ft a MiHlldala for re election to ik office ol Hepreiattlve from Up ckrldg crun V tabiect to ihe action of the RfpuUkan partr - To the Republicans of Drcckcnridge County You are hereby notified thnt thero will be a mass convention held in the Court Honso at Hardinsburg Ky on Saturday Kept 2nd 1800 at 2 oclock p rn for the purpose of nominating a He publican candidate for representative in the Lower House of the General Assem bly and transacting each other business an may properly come before the con- Â¬ vention All Ilepubllcans are cordially invited to attend and take part in the meeting This Jul Cist 18IK Hardinsburg Ky Allen It Kinciiklok Chairman Cukt P Hook Secretary 4 Are your nerves weak Cani you sleep well Pain In your back Lack energy ApiKdij poor Digestion bad Bolls- or pimples These rre sure signs of poisoning Prom what poisons Prom poisons that are al Â¬ ways found in constipated bowels If the contents of the bowels arc not removed from the body each day as nature intended these poisonous substances arc sure to be absorbed into the blood al Â¬ ways causing suffering and frequently causing severe disease There Is a common sense cure I 4fm I We are building one of the largest nicest and most convenient Business houses in Kentucky Until that time we will which will be ready for our occupancy within 30 days I Â¬ AYHTSl o LPILLSJ They dally insure an easy and natural movement of the bowels You will find that the use of 4 to TO OUIt SUBSCRIBERS We are putting in some needed repairs and facilities in our office which are greatly needed and which will help ma Â¬ terially in getting out our paper and at the same time enable us to get out a much better paper These improve- Â¬ ment cost monoy and wo nave been compelled to go in debt to get them What we want to say to our subscrib Â¬ ers who are in arrears ia that if they will come forward and pay up their past dues and one year in advance we will have no tronblo in meeting our demands Will you do it You know by the label on yon paper how you stand If its 1 2 3 or 6 or whatever the amount mny be kindly send ns check for it Dont wait for a personal appeal or a dun but Bend it by mail and do it at once and greatly assist us We have over a thousand names on our list owing us from 1 to 5 and while the amount is not much to any one person it ia in the aggregate quite a sura to us Oar improvements will cost us in the neighborhood of 1000 and we want to raise this sum by Sept 1st e Ayeri Oiirsaparflla with the pills will hasten recovery It cleanses the blood from all impurities and is a great tonic to the nerves Write the Dooior ot the moit eminent phjilcUne In Tell the doctor the United Sute Yon how Jut recelreyou Are inflerlns adrleo will the heit medical without coU Artdrou O DK Onr Medical Department Slaughter Prices In Every Department this country is of our store We are now offering the Greatest Bargains ever offered in DO NOT FAIL TO SEE US if you want goods for a song and sing it yourself - ST hi one J t AfcyVAfT r AVER Lowell SImi r TAT RESR EOT FULLY Cl 31 v A What is called the kissing bug saye the Globe Democrat is found to be an old acquaintance not a new comer from the Phiilppincp Scientists at Amherst com firm its imposing name of Melauo lestes Picipes but it belongs to the squash bug family and is widely distri- Â¬ buted in the United States especially in the South and West It is black tinged with red with shining wings is some what hairy and over halt an inch long Unless roughly handled it is not likely to attack a person and then it pierces and sucks for it cannot bite Idually it lives under atones or logs preying upon insects Its sting when subterranean aroused is severe but as far as mankind is concerned it acts in self defense The theory that it seeks the lips before it plunges in its weapon is not accepted by the scientific Â¬ HESTON WILLI CLOVERPORT KY DO YOU CO M A Chicago street beggar has just died leaving a fortune of 40000 k m -- Henry Wakij Bkeciikr and the late Col E G Ingersoll were warm personal friends a Tux fatalities in the American Army in the Philippines up to June 2 num- Â¬ bered 730 Tub Lexington convention in opposi- Â¬ tion to Goebelism Is increasing in interÂ¬ est tbronghout the State 2- - The News would appreciate a communication from several farmers in different sections of the county giving a short account of the condition of the crops and the farming outlook for the future Â¬ Â¬ Tjie death of it G Ingersoll removes from amongst us one of the most prom- Â¬ inent figures standing in opposition to Christianity in this country His life workialong this line however did not amount to much and will soon be forgotten Christianity moves forward oyer all opposition Â¬ Where the digestion is good and the general powers of the system in a healthy state worms can find no habita- Â¬ tion in the human body WHITES OKEAM VFKMIFUGE not only des troys every worm but corrects all de rangements of the digestive organs Price 25 cts A R Fisher Â¬ Â¬ 4 CURRENT TOPICS Mrs Hattie B Grinnell a V On another page we print an interest ing pen portrait of W 8 Taylor the republican candidate for Governor Mr Taylor is a comparative stranger to many of our readers We publish it as a matter of news and information about a man who is to figure consplcously in current politics during the next ninety days in our scato Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ State Inspector Lester has just returned from Chty county where he was sent by Gov Bratlley to investigate the lawlessness existing there Mr Lester reports that some eight or ten men have been murdered but thinks the local courts can punish the oflendors But they have not yet dono so and the fouds existing there are a disgrace to the Â¬ Statu tot erjA In the proper place in this issue we announce the candidacy ot John P Has well Jr for re election to the office of llepresentative subject to the action of the Republican party During Mr Has welrCservlce at Frankfort two years ago he made a most creditable llepresenta tive and from the members of his own party he will doubtless have no opposition for furthor Legislative honors We had a favorite dog to die the other day in our family The youngest mem ber wanted to know if dumb animals went to heaven We all laughed but I said Do you know that some ol the best people in ages have believed in the future lifo of animals Homer and the later Greeks somo of the Romans and even some of the early Christians held this view Dr Johnson believed in a future life for animals as also Words worth bheliey Coleridge Jeremy Tay- Â¬ lor Agaasiz and many others I have often thought myself that inauy of them should have some compensation for suf Â¬ fering received here at the hands of so called Christians Howolten in the Bible animals are spoken of The dove the ra ven the wolf the lamb the leopard and the tiny sparrow that cant fall to the ground without our Father knowing it Still theres nothing said or theres nothing definite about their immortality Anyhow a faithful dog is a mans best friend and there is a pretty legend about him and Adam in paradise which I can- Â¬ not quite recall but I remember when banishment came the dog alone was firm iu friendship A lesson Usually in adversity we see the reyorse Â¬ Â¬ Tux present business status of the country seems to indicate that there is considerable money afloat an ample apBT amount to moet all demands It is claimed that the amount of money now afloat ia the largest on record The de posits in the banks have been on the In crease for the past year and this Is the peoples money at last No longer than H week since the Bank of Hardinsburg informed us that their deposits in three days exceeded twentyeight thousand yea ii dollars This statement seems phenom lna with us yet it is true and it goes to strengthen the report as to the easy There condition of the money market Is soma for all but more it seems for the kwtlitfg man of business W Â¬ MimmamMBBmBMWaJ TMJ qrair ir wdmco WW 4UtrMtfMUn mr 11 M0 boM rtx- rak VlMibBEbviOT WLr Lrk VjftJHFnf mt MaoeaLffW iTi iib mmm voi ktfc lfWB6MftftaIIJIf v m vi oatlan lb nra B fi mtxZ2mM a ranu atrwwmmmm M hp vs Jul wiuDAUfuUflptUfmUT m ttem dP1 rftr owb antgt llwlw ak vauh tat I Ma vsaas fmm Oiflr uaoM Oft t tad B farnuM WJJEi ivirr Hii nmi to Stf lhlM4MH lax I liked Gustons last week talk on farming He is always practical and sensible and to tho point I suppose fanners are liko other people and are always finding out better ways of doing their work The oldor we grow the moro progressive we are and the more we read tho better care each farmer takes of his stock Our grandfathers would open their eyes in amazement and think some of our far Â¬ mers were old women petting their cats if they were alive and could even see the care and attention given sheep and cows now I can remember at my grand- Â¬ mother Alexanders the lock rf sheep would run till the fields were covered with snow and they would bite so close till not a scrap of feed was left An open shed was given them to run under and the hay thrown outside Grain they scarcely knew the taste of Of course they fell off in fl jah aud lost their lambs in the sprtug as was expected Few of our best farmers have their flock kennelled as it were under big olesed sheds with sunn windows for their sheep to upend the winter In Bven ia the bad Itll storms they are housed and te are giyen a snack of nice dry food They are in and out of this shed all winter On bright days they have a run in the corn fields Cold my grandmoth- Â¬ er would tell us doesnt hurt sheep But she forgot or didnt know like we do now that a heavy rain that soak6d the Sheep are profitable I ileece did heard one farmer say If I could not keep them I think Id give up farming and yet many are giving up the sheep industry For all around sheep the Shropshire is best for mutton for wool and for reaiing lambs We all know there is a great demand for mutton in our eastern cities if it is ten- Â¬ der juicy and finely layered Dont farmers have to be particular about the feed the sheep get Some farmers keep their feed under their fruit trees There is an old proverb The sheep has a golden hoof so they save the trouble of ploughing One farmer told me he hadnt ploughed his orchard for ten years and wouldnt plough it for ten more He said too my wifes hens are obliging and I find no ticks at shearÂ¬ ing time lor they nab every tick they see Sheep bite so close and they eat bo many things that cows dont relish as bitter weeds briars and shrubs and the young ferns that come up early in the spring They cant bear confinement either like cows and as they bite closer they can be turned out earlier and get on well by having good rations of com in addition to the grass which is thin and poor so early in the spring When I boarded in my early married life with a progressive farmer he was always anxious about his lambs would not al- Â¬ low them to be chilled and would often get up in the night to look after them One night he found one staggering after its mother he wrapped it in his coat mado a fire heated some milk he was a teetotaller so instead of brandy he gave it ginger in the milk We all watched the lamb petted it through April and it did us all finally great credit I think a flock of sheep is just like people in a crowd real interesting with dlflerent expressions and different disposi- Â¬ tions They all look alike somo one will say No they dont notice now-a-da- i3 INTEND TO BUILD JP Lumber IF YOU DO WRITE TO MONEY SAVED BY GETTING WILL GOMPANY THEIR PRICES ON NOTICE TO Shingles Sash Blinds LOUISVILLE KY Doors 404 Etc LONG DISTANOE TELEPHONE each one Tut chicken wire around young trees in the orchard to keep sheep from barking themthey dont hurt the old trees To raise healthy sheep one must have plenty of pure water where they can get to it when ever they like Good water good food and a variety of it good quarters cool in summer comfortable in winter keep them qniet aud you will and can make money on them So if I am not a farmer I have always taken an interest in sheep And my greatest plea for all dumb animals would be for kind- Â¬ towards them ness and cleanliness Regard their comfort and feeling as you would the human family tingly returned last Thursday from a pleasant visit at Flaherty Meade coun- Â¬ ty the guest of Miss Maggie Wheatley Miss Maggie Rhodes and Mr Ell Storms spent a most enjoyable day last Wednesday with Miss Mattie Mattingly and brother Will at their pleasant home TAXPAYERS i -iua HK That Throbbing Headaohe Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take near Kirk Mrs Ken Rhodes experienced a little accident last Wednesday while enroute to her sisters near Kirk by her horse falling down with her and dislocating ber wrist Mrs Eflie Cannon and little children of Axtel retnrned home last Monday accompanied by her mother Mrs Bill Jarboe alter Boveral dayB visit at the home of her parents Mrs Mary Akers and family of Har court Hardin county who have been spending several days with her parents Mr and Mrs Frank Rhodes returned home last Thursday accompanied by MiBS BLOOD PURIFIER SENT FREE Cure for Blood and Skin Diseases Eoze- ma Pimples Scrofula Bolls Blood Poison Casoer Eto By addressing Blood Balm Co 315 Mitchell St Atlanta Ga any of the News readers may obtain a sample bot- Â¬ tle of their famous B B B Botanic Blood Balm the greatest grandest best and strongest blood remedy made Cures when all else fall pimples ulcers eczema bolls blood poison eating sores distressing skin eruptions cancer ca tatrh meumatism Free medical advice included when description of your trouble is given This generous offer is worth while accepting Sample bottle sank ll charges prepaid Large bottles containing nearly a quart of medlsine for sale by all druggists at 1 per bottle B B B Is away ahead of all other blood remedies for ourlsg blood humors Try B sext time you bay a blood pur B fler A Mary Storms Try them Only 25 cts Money back The manly looking little baby boy Haynes if not cured Sold by Short who recently made his appearance at Druggists Dr McMulllnfl has boon named Robert Paul Mrs Joe Tom Bradley calls her YELLOW LAKE little olive branch Irene and Mrs John Rhodes had her little girl chris- Â¬ The rain last Saturday was delightful tened last Sunday bearing the name of on crops but gloomy for plonkers Bertha Elenora Misses Rosa and Mary Hafley have gone to Hancock county to visit rela-Â¬ The Farm Journal is cheap but not too tives cheap to be good it Is full of ginger and Little Blancb Jarber who was very gumption and has as many other good sick for several days has about gotten things in it that you can use as any pa- well at any price It will be sent for the alance of 1800 and all of 1000 1001 Fred Praise who has been vory much years to sub- Â¬ indisposed fcr some time is considerably 1002 and 1803 nearly five scribers of the Brkokshuukir Nkws who improved pay one year In advance Miss Annie May Cosby of Jolly spent a few days at her aunts Mrs BUlle Howard Wilson Rhodes last week A beautiful and quiet wedding oc- Â¬ Protracted meeting began at Pleasant curred Monday afternoon at 2 oclock at Hill last Sunday Dinner on the ground Fordsvllle and a pleasant time generally The participants were Mr Oila Wilson The good women in and around Mo and Miss Grace Howard Rev Ratcliff Daniels know how to spread a bountiful performed the ceremony repast and welcome thtir fnends to the Miss Howard is the attractive daugh Â¬ festal board ter of Mr J B Howard a well known The remains of Mr LenWheatley was andpromtnent eltizea of that place Mr Wilson Is a member of tho firm of burled at Long Lick church last Friday He died July 20tb at his home near Wilson Jones and one of FordsviUes coming young business men The en- Â¬ Glendean of dropsy Miss Lena and Mattle Mattlngly reÂ¬ tire community wishes the couple a life turned from lrvlngton last Friday where of happiness they had been the guests of their aunt Foleys Kidney Cure has been tested Mrs Lum Rhodes tor several days and found to be all you claim for It I Rev J J Pike of Stanley Daviess have been giving It to my father and it county visited his old parish at Long is the only thing that ever helped him Llek last week aud held wrvlew a St writes Geo O HIckoek Ourtise Wis Anthonys elmreh the 4th Sunday A R Fisher Oloverport E A Witt J4lm Clara Oaiuwa and Mr Jim Mat Hardinsburg All persons who have ntxt settled their back taxes for the year 1898 are hereby no h tified to come to my officios ifi ti and settle at once I v JbS compelled to make my tlements and for this re must have the money a i F P P Ai Y N Deputy Sheriff Dreckenrjdge Ceunty sw vr v CLOVERPORT KEAITpfy a HSHIS PENNYROYAL PILLS Bees lire oailselons They ra TS j H WW or and of mentmatloow They are HFIfi SAVJ8H8 womannoou awing development of oryiuM nuunu rttiueuy lor women equals tuem Mmx becomes A pleasure 100 PEtt BOX B1 M to jrtrtejt akin by drugging DR WOTTtf CHHM1CAL 0 For tale by Short A Haynee Druggists Oloveryett Ky JfVHl PW ti n r t r - Keep the system in perfect or tter by the occasional use of Ttrtfcs Liver Pills They reg- Â¬ ulate the bowels and produce Perfect Health For sick headache malaria A Vigorous Body bil- Â¬ TUTTS Liver PILLS g A QREAT OFFER iousness constipation and kin- Â¬ dred diseases an absolute cure Caleb Hawkinaone of Breckenridge flniufl of Holt returned Saturday to countys prominent atook dealers was in tho city from the Tar Springs where town lanl week they had been spending two or three M II Eurigulproprtfllorof the Falcon days enjoying tho atmosphere aud attrac coal mines was here looking after Ills tions of that summer resort Be sure and read our great offer of the intertsts Monday Mleees Edith aud Ethel Heron wero BrtKOKKNiuiKiK Nkws or a year and tho in Holt last week tho guests of honor of Farm Journal for the balance of 18W and all of 1IKX 1001 1002 and 1008 nearMiss Freedle KeUtl Dont wait an army of bargain sock ly five yearn all for tho price of our pa em will eweop down on our big stoc- k- per alone Just walk up to the captaius oillce and draw the biggest prlza you come oarly VeBts Â¬ TO OLD POINT COMPORT LUNG to nap Stcuring And the Seashore August oth The Greatest of All Trips to Old Tho regular domrcm tht grip Point Comfort Annual Excursion in chargo of Mr ef catarrh maktt frt Â¬ loyal friends tLv tht liberator Po-ra-n- ft ftr V v Farm Journal From Now to Decern ber 1903 Nearly Five Year By epeclnl arrangement mado with the publlflliera of the Farm Journal wo aro enabled to offor that papor to every Bub Bcrlber who paya for the Brbckknkidoe News one year ahend for onlvl both paporo for tho price of ours only our paper one year and tho Farm Journal from now to December 1003 nearly five yearn Tho Farm Journal ia an old established paper enjoying great popu- Â¬ larity one of the beat and most useful farm papers published 49 This offer should bo accepted without delay - v3 I Tk News in Brief L9t me off at Sulzers sit Vests closing out sale rs George Mullen is quite sick Mr A J Kaiz of Louisville is in the city There is a great deal of sickness in town Lot mo off at Sulzers grocery depart Â¬ ment p M J iJU- Dont miss the big bargain sale at Vests Win Blain Patesville was in town Sunday v Try Kti gs when you want dried beef or cheese Miss Eva King spent last week in Mr Coleman llaswnll of Hardlnsburg passed through town Sunday enroule home from Tar Springs Miss Marion Bowmer who joined a camping party at Owensboro for a weeks outing has returned home Misses Todd of Owensboro and Reid Padncah aro expected soon to vis it Miss Marion Bowmer Mr Nnah Greonwalt has moved into town from the country He will occiipy the Foard houso on tho hill Jo Sawyer will go this week to the Tar Springs for his health He hopos tho change will be beneficial James King has opened a barber shop in the rear of Kings grocery He de Â¬ sires a sharo of your patronage Mr and Mrs Frank Boyd and children of Oweueboro spent Sunday In tho city with Mr and Mrs Alex Boyd Slrback of Chicago Miss Mrs Anotia Ladd Cannelton spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Henry Wright The handsome boat War Eagle a new side wheel steamer passed here Sunday sho was going to the cotton trade No matter how far you live from Clo verport it will pay you to come and get Borne of the big bargains at Vests Manager H 0 Cerf of The Fair left He will re Â¬ yesterday for Louisville main there until his health improves Mr and Mrs Charles Mook after a weeks stay with Mr and Mrs Ohas May Sr haye returned to Louisville Mrs James Brown and daughter Jessie after a pleasant visit in this city haye returned to their home at Louisville Mrs Wallace Skillman left Friday for Stephemsport where she will spend a Barkley week or more with Mrs Mr James Macken came up from Henderson Monday evening He will spend a month with his parents in the ever drew HENRY KOEHLER COflPANY Hawesville New collars both turndown and stand Â¬ ing at Sazirs Electric light would bo an advantage to Ooverport Mr L L Waggoner county was in the city Saturday Mr John D Martin Lyonia was in ftH town Monday Master Mechanic Flank was in Louis vlllejaut week Fancy groceries constantly kept at Kings grocery Miss Mamie DeHaven loit Saturday for Fordaville Mrs W E Minor of Addison was in the city Monday Kings new grocery still meets the want of the public Miss Maggie Carter has returned to her home at Irvington Thos Wroe ia confined to his bed with inilamatory rheumatism Lunches aro being served day and night at Kings grocery Miss Effle Swaggot of Owensboro spent Sunday in the cijy You get your wanta supplied zers grocery department at Sul Â¬ - Misa Maria Watkina has gone to Owensboro to yisit relatives This will be a chance to get your win Â¬ ter clothing cheap Vests Miss Estelle May of Eockport visited relatives In the citv last week Judge Ahl of Hardlnsburg came to the city Saturday on business Mrs H V Duncan has returned from a pleasant ctay at Brandenburg Mayor J A Barry spent Sunday at Ekron interviewing friends F P Payne and H L Stader attended the picnic fit Balltowu Saturday Mrs OJ Fella and children of Ad- Â¬ dison were in the city Saturday Washington D Holt of Holt went to Louisville last week on business Ira Dellaven was at Holt Sunday tho guent of Mr and Mrs Orfllo DeHayen Misa Ethel Williams of Hawesville will visit MrsT F8awyer this week You must clean the weeds and rubbago from your place Bays the b oard of health rrieeafloatlng opera will honor thiB city with a nights performance soon of Hardlnsburg Lewis IKincheloe spent Sunday pleasantly in this city Johnnie Lawson Louisville la in the city visiting Mr and Mrs Prico Graham Mias Cora McOoy of Union Star atten Â¬ ded the institute at Hardlnsburg last ju T week Mrs Joale Bollington of Lewisport is vWtiag her mother Mrs Elizabeth country Jo Seymour has rented Mr Wesley Steeles property on the bill where he will move his family to reside in the future Hon D R Murray went to Andy ville Friday where he had an appointment to speak Saturday on the poll tical issues of the day The moonlight picnic given Friday night on the pike by Candor Black and John Jennings was in every particular a success It is taking more time than we expect- Â¬ Hows This ed to go oyer our stockconsequently our We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward store wont be open until Saturday Aug for any case of Catarrh that can not bo 5th Vests cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Mr and Mrs E H Briedonbauch F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 Saturday came up from Owensboro We the undersigned have known F J Thoy were thu guests of Mr and Mrs Cheney for the last fifteen years and be- Â¬ Ohas May Sr lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus- Â¬ iness transactions and financially able to D Babbage and cbildron MilMrs J dred and J D Babbage Jr went to Bran- Â¬ carry out any obligations made by their firm denburg Sunday to visit her father Mr West Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole- Â¬ Franklin Ditto Sr Marvin Walding Kinnan Mary Dulaney who has been do 0 Miss one of a house party at the home of Miss Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio HallB Catarrh Cure is taken internal Mary Holt at Holt bos returned to her ly acting directly upon the blood and borne at Louisville mucous surfaces of the system Price Mrs 0 L Chamberlain and Bister Miss Sold by all Druggists 76c per bottle Annie Brandenburg of Louisville were Testimonials free the guests Saturday and Sunday of Mr and Mrs D P Flank Thank You Brother Jolly BALLARDS SNOWLINIMPiNT gives Clifton Mills Ky July 27 1890 Mr instant relief in coses of Bleeding Burns John D Babbage Dear Sir I take Bruises Scalds Cuts etc Price 25 and pleasure in enclosing here with 1 in 50 cents A R Fisher payment for one years subscription to Miss Ethel Oelze alter a stay of a Bbeckknbidgk News nine months month with friends at Georgetown came the in advance You remember I ordered home Saturday night Her visit waa one the News quarterly but I cannot tbink of pleasure and recreation for a minute of having it discontinued bo Mios Florence Cottrell of this city please continue Bending it for you cer Â¬ was the guest of honor at a bouse party tainly print a good county paper It given by Dr Kincheloe at his beautiful shows Itself in an active manner It home in Hardlnsburg last week demonstrates Itself in works It is not Miss Lutle Moorman of Glendoano ashamed of its pretentions but invitea who has beon the guest of Miss Eula inspection and aska recognition Miller near Hardlnsburg arrived In the Yours truly city Sunday to visit relatives Jefferson D Jolly Mrs Eugene Haynes and daughter Spains Greatest Need Miss Ruth who have been Bpadlng seyefal weeks at Irvington have returned Mr II P Olivia of Barcelona Spain home They report a pleasant time spends his winters at Aiken S 0 Weak Miss Lillian McGlothlan oneof Irving nerves had caused severe pains in the tons most charming women was the back of hla head On using Electric Bit Â¬ guest of Dr S B Adkisaon last wssk ters Americas Greatest Blood and Nerve She spent one day at the Tar Springs Remedy all pain soon left him He says Misa Georgia Robertson has arrived in this grand medicine ia what his country needs All America knowa that it cures the city from her home at Glendeane She will be the guest of honor at the liver and kidney troubles purifies the beautiful snrburban place of Miss Mary blood tones up the stomach strengthens the nerves puta vim vigor and new life Moormans into every muscle nerve and organjof the Mrs J 0 Babbage with her daughter in law Mrs Charles P Babbage and eon body If weak tired or ailing you need Every bottle guaranteed only 50 Charles Henry left Monday for Roeetta it Haynes Drug centa Sold by Short where they will be tho guesta of Mrs -- friends Thla la what sand of aho says to Dr Hartmon RAYMOND Wo havo used your with tho most remnrkablo results and would Wo have always Protracted meeting begins luro next not bo without It recommended It to our friends Afew Sunday years ago I purchased a bottle of your Miss Dolly Ciaycomb is anticipating a and after scoing its results recommended it to my grocer who was visit to Henderson soon Tom Cain of Bowieyvllle has the troubled with dyspepsia tho curing of which Induced her to soil it in her promise of the school here store Oho has sold largo amounts of Mrs Oharlos Grahams Bister of Louis- It My daughter has just beon cured My pen ville is visiting her this week of jaundico with would grow weary wero I to begin to Miss Janio Hondry who has beon toll you of the numorous curca very sick is ablo to bo out again has effected In our Immediate vicinity Mr and Mrs W W Head spent Sun Â¬ within tho last couplo of years day with Mr and Mrs Lube Avitt Dr Hartman President of the Surgi Â¬ Tom Beard of Hardlnsburg was the cal Hotel Columbus Ohio will counsel and prescribe for fifty thousand women guest of Mias Cora Hondry Sunday this year freo of charge Every BufferÂ¬ Mr and Mrs 8teel of Louisville are ing woman should write for special Laundry loved visiting Mr and Mrs Aleck Hendry question blank for women and have Jo Seymour has moved his laundry Dr Hartmans book Health and Misses Bailie and Mattle Deacon plant to tho old Miller hotel on Houston Beauty All druggists sell spent Sunday with Misa Nellie Shaw street Mr and Mrs John Mercer of Lyonlo GLENDhANE A Frightful Blander aro visiting Mr J E Mercer and family Will oiten cause a horrible Burn Scald Mrs Salllo Norton has returned homo Elza Mooro McDanlela was in town Out or Bruise Bucklens Arnica Salve from a weeks visit to Mrs Mollie Gib Sunday the best in the world will kill the pain eon Jess L Owen is visiting in Owensboro and promntly heal it Cures Old Sores Misa Josle Hendry is at home yisiting Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns this week and we are glad to see her looking so all Skin Eruptions Best Pile Cure on Owen Lewis Owensboro is visiting well earth Only 25 cents a box Cure guarrelatives bore Mrs R 0 Jones of Louisyille is visÂ¬ Haynes Drug Sold by Short Victor Robertson was out driving with anteed iting Mrs J F Ciaycomb and Mrs J E gists his best Sunday Mercer Roy Heyser of Cloverport visited relFarm Journal for the balance of 1899 Mr and Mrs Charley Avitt spent Sat atives here lost week and all of 1000 1801 1002 and 1903 near- Â¬ urday night with Mr and Mrs Henry Mrs I H Dewees baa been very Bick ly five years to every subscriber who Cashman will ray one year in advance for the but is some better now Misses Lillie McAgee and Hattio News No better farm Misa Alma Mattingly baa been visit Â¬ Breckexridok Cashman spent Saturday night with Mrs paper than the Farm Journal This off- Â¬ ing at Kirk this last weok Len Cashman er is only made to a limited number Floyd Moorman who has been quite the first who come forward Messrs Cray ton Ciaycomb and Albert Knott were the guesta of Miss Lillian sick is Borne better just now Mrs Joe Mattingly has just returned Boahom of Brandenburg Saturday and from a visit to her who is 8unday There was quite a crowd attended the very sick Mrs Charlie Robertson and daughter picnic at And j ville last Saturday All report a fine time only they got just a Carrie of South Carrolton are visiting at Dr Dempsters little wet Misa Cilia F Owen of Louisville and Ciaycomb and wife and J E Mercer and wife attended church at Miss Ray Heyser of Cloverport aro Sandy Hill Sunday and heard a fine visiting relatives here missionary sermon from Rev Moore Mrs Kate Bennett her son Edgar and Pe-ru-n-as Pe-ru-Po-ru-- Lumber Dealers of Loulsvlllo Ky in Â¬ vito correspondence with Mill men who have lumber for sale They buy poplar and hardwoods in mixed cars dry or green Write them making frienda ot ihU kind for many years It cures catarrh wher ever located boon Â¬ has WA A wl 1 be run Wednes Â¬ day Aug Oth via L II Ht L and C A O Railway from Cloverport on reg- Â¬ ular train loaving at 045 a 111 connect- Â¬ Wlgus S P SULZERS ALWAYS MraREadea of 85 Twonty eighth troit Mich la ono of the many thou Â¬ St De Â¬ Po-ru-- na Po-ru-- na ing with Seashore Special which leaves Union Station foot of So venth street at 130 p m The round trip rate to Old Point Comfort is only 15 and tho tick- Â¬ ets are good until August 30th with stop over privileges returning only This trip surpasses any offered the 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 desired Eyery attontion and courtesy will bo extended to ladies without escorts Choice ol routes returning betweon Richmond and Clifton Forge will be given enabling those who desire to visit Lynchburg Natural Bridge and other points of interest Sleeping car rates will be 400 for berth Louisville to Old Point Comfort to bo occupied by one or two persons and application for sleeping car space should be made at onco to W A Wilgus SPA Hopkinsvillo Ky For further particulate address as above or call on St L Railway Agent L II PLEASES You are always sure of getting the newest here Many of the best styles we had last week have been sold and cannot be duplicated Yet we have a good many newer things that we didnt have then have just got them So it goes Thats what makes this store the best kind of a store that it is If you get a sample and its gone youll find something better to take its place New things get here almost every day PUBLIG Pe-ru-- na Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SULZERS 00-00-0-0-0-0-0-6 father-in-law- s T D Renftow COMMENCED Tho work of making extensive improvements to my store has commenced I needed more room and in a few weeks will have ono of tho handsomest and most modern salesrooms in the county JF DENTIST Â¬ Â¬ nephew Raymond Calloway are visiting Mr Jesse L Owens Glendeane people who attended the institute at Hardlnsburg were very much pleased with it W C Moorman and family J D Owen and wife with quite a number of others spent the day at Mr Ferd Owens Sunday Mr T L Curtis would like to inform the patrons of the Glendean post office that the post oillce is closed on Sunday and that we have no Sunday mall W C Moorman bES sold out his stock of goods and rented his store house to Mr Harry Stum Mr Stum begins business hore the first of September Mr and Mrs W 0 Moorman Bpent a day or bo in Louisville last week While there Mrs Moorman became very much frightened on account of the kissing bugs I offer to any party that sees any othi r one stealing apples straw or any thrg else off my land and will report to me and go before a justlco of the peace with me and makooath to same I myself Mill pay five dollars in gold to the ieportet Julian H Brown Crown and Bridge Work A SPECIALTY Price Smashing Has commenced and winter stock OFFICE AT Mitchells Hotel CLOVERPORT KY I want to get all summer goods out of the way and to go into my new store rooms with a splendid fall To do this I havo cut prices on wants Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion FOR SALB lOULTKY Ac ft few Taney plgloni Brahamai Alio i reen All thoroughbred tered Jersey cow bred to noted regittered bull Extra fine ilock II V HARRIS Cloverport Ky -p- a ab -s- 9 i Summer Goods I They aro now sold lower at my store than over hofore will not quoto prices but ask you to call examine and ask for quotations Â¬ Leghorns FOR SAIK turkey etc About so Mammoth PekJn ducki FOR SALE OR KENT ho- Respectfully FOR ty SALE OR RENT The Flaherty horte Ilest stand in coun and Repair shop G A 1IENDHY Flaherty Ky FARH FOR REKT No Clean blood means a clean skin beauty without it Cascarete Candy CatharA Rood River Bottom Farm o HUNT tic clean your blood and keep it clean by FOR acres well improved all under cultivation stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im- near Skillman Station and in Rood condition A money on For further infarm to to day from Euritiea pimples the body Begin blackheadsto splendid write make and see me CIIASG formation or call boil blotches Hawesville Ky and that sickly bilious complexion by taking STEKRKTT Caacarets beauty for ten cents AH drug ST0VE FOR 8ALE gist satisfaction guaranteed 10c 25c 60c - Beauty ia lllooa Deep Â¬ W E BROWN Irvington Ky LILAC VALLEY 0 Helt is on the sick list Miss Mary Hamilton will teach our school this fall John Livers and Lon Cowloy went to Louisville Monday Miss Sanders of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs J BSmith Mrs 0 0 Bewley is yisiting Mrs F J Cain a few days this week Miss Nettie Bunger ot nardln county is visiting Miss Lena Bunger Miss Maty Buudle Bpent several days with friends and relative here J N Helt who has been gone for a short while has returned home Mrs C H Mills spent lost Thursday with hor sister Mrs 8 0 Dowell Tom Smith of near here will start for Illinois Monday We all wish you much success Tom Miss Ella Helt is staying with Miss Susie Hardesty while Mrs 0 0 Bewley la in Louisville Several from this neighborhood attend ed the ball at T E OonnifTs and re Â¬ ported a grand time Misa Mattle Helt makes ber visits to Meade county very frequently There must be some attraction up there Messrs S 0 Dowell and Joo Mills went to Louisyille last week to purchase the lumber for the Cumberland PresbyÂ¬ terian Church and the Oakland school house cheap for One steel FOR SALE trade JESSKranire stove WEATIIERIIOXT or will Cloverport Ky FOR SALE FAKM I7IOR SALE Farm of j acres one mile east of Ilarneds Station For further Information call 00 or address MILTON DAVIS Harned Ky J FOR 8ALE OR TRADE FARM SALE OR TRADH A fine farm of 60 acres situated on the banks of RouRh Creek K or full information call on or apply to MILLER Kvelrlgh Oravson County Ky FOR SALE HOUSE AND LOT SALE One house and lot In Rockvale ITlOR further Information call on or address M HS E J McCARTY Rockvale Ky FOR 8ALB DKU0 STOCK f- IFOR RENT 600ACREFARM For Sale ONE li1LP1 if9ira r Eliza Taylor Mrs William Johnson and children King sixty who haye been spending two or three 0ur entire Hock muat be sold in weokswlth her husband who is em tWpf come while the picking la best ployed at the shops returned to Louis Â¬ Vwt ville Sunday their borne JebR Sterrett qf Skillman was in Mr Allen Murray of Salt Lake City liia tdwji latarday circulating among Utah who has been visiting bla relatives frfcw county and who left for a mou- Â¬ ifcjAl a pair of Washburaa drawer in this ths stay with hla slater Mrs T E Aud and be happy To be had at in Virginia has retnrned home Mrs Charles Reidel and Mrs Charles Ota Whitehead of New Albany Ind looking after the I tow Itat week glsta SALE A good nock of drugs Apply to FOR T Cox Ekron Ky This Is a great bar-ILEGAL DUNKS w lyl t Health baa tewed aotioea IftfWyMtMH y ewjiwre ta cieaaweir of LrflDHjrSAraJi summer Ctils are noted for banging on Thev weaken vour throat m and lungs and lead to serious trouble Si UWff Otavertwrfa 35 WrsW laad- - A Dig Business House at McDanicIa There will be completed and occupied at McDanlela by September the first one of the largest and moat commodious store rooms and general business house in that end of the county Besides hav Â¬ ing two storlea tboye ground it has a large basement underneath which makes it in fact a three Dtory building The house la being built by Mr W T Can Â¬ non one of the largest farmers and pro Â¬ perty owners in that section Mr Can Â¬ non designed it for himself and two sons who are to embark in the general mer business September the first cantile The Nswh predlcU that they will make a sucoeas in thia venture as they have ia business matters in the pant 17IOK SALE Blank Deeds and Mortgages and All Forms of Legs Ulanks IIRKCKMN ItlDGK NEWS OFFICE Jh STORY DWELLING TUITION 17OH SALE Certificate in Rrvant V Business College Louisville Kv bilKCKKNRIDGK NEWS OFFICE BD0BW00D UBKKSUIKE3 Mratton Apply to In ono of tho best and most fertilo farming sections of tht county 100 Acres In Orchard Has Two Largo Rooms Kitchen Wood Shed BREED the kind that win as the record of ray herd at Indianapolis and Springfield this year I showed only animals of my own breeding and captured a good percentage ol the desirable prises The prlie wlonlng boar Head light Jr 4 J 9W 1 nd old Artful Duke 10th In Pigs of their net lor sale My brood service sows are of best A me lean and English strains CALDWELL NORTON Cera and see me Louisville Ky J 150 Acres in Clover 4U AGI63 IU MHHUffi TaAiif v II attest- - tvliant ftni iMiflAAA I Good Cistorn 1 wSSSSEt KPsMP i rssaW WftnfsaV IfM W p DwWvy MM MilMM W WW dBOOWtT of Laaiivllla ipant Blin Â¬ 0H Mr mm wlib vyV VV It mu eurw IOu4SI OUfita la The Xftgle King of All Bird noted for IU keea sight dear and db aay kiwi dadM Notion All persons holding1 cUlms against the estate of John II In ton deceased are henbv nottfiid 10 pre Â¬ sent atrnt properly proven lor lettUmrat on er be Â¬ fore Aug 30 Those knowing tliMiselves Indebted to sad estate are requested to cooie forward and LEO IIINTON Adr settle at Mce Mv reasons for wantintr to rent is on account of failure of health A good show for the S tight man Fpr further - par- - The dwolling adjoins the rei dence of Mr A It FlBher i For further information write or 0 i call on i tioularB write me KahM v -- ftiHlU tiMtvialoH Sare theee petftoas whp pa tiutlirliuid4 Xagle eye aalva ds MrcTXAwmy to ty ToY btopt 4tf o wtk tank tf mn up or miAM lkk feU W at 18 watt fr 0Apl7OXIXji T it ZMWk im iwrwEg- - W ex NtlM aMlast tw mIk tiaas Mely untitled JawiaaH m A J GBJTSS se t I etaui m lutejta ropx ito ur art A TUT- - Hojuy a Cloverport Ky ic MiAiiL - w f t Iri i H f v iwewW B h QUYARTHRL RBPORT pHum there thnragbtlita hHreh eeolety tk faralUire at the parnoMijje er tmk Mr Chairman ami Company District not to taeHlloa HHMenma ether dea Kb elinreh la tows ktsdny BRECKINRIDGE BANK tioBs The ladles are all eoMJeteal eon No 80 Why should we put off our St Louie IVf Co LoaiiTilb Hcndenoa Wlw Lwla Bland visited frlei da la the iterated diligent workers Judge 0 0 nehool until Oct 1st Thereby throwing CLOVIIRPORT KY eountry Inet week That Falrlelgh and Dr D 0 Puwy are late it two months later in the winter rime Card In Effjot June 18 1810 Veiy little WMitecompliaiied at Ilngno members will not do I consider that an injustice At the close of business on the 30th day June 1809 The mtllenlnm la not hastened Look how to the pupils of this district BAST HOUND many weeks passed of unattended last Weak Eyei Are Made Btrong A number from here attended the No 41 No 44 No 46 HBROURCllS Andy vllle picnic last Saturday dim vision made clear Btyos romovod session Tho toachor waa paid tho samp Loantaml ilbcfiuntileuloani BJgim 8Spm St Ixwls ltev A D LeitoliQeld is conducting and granulated lids or soro eyes of any That to some ixtont was throwing away b dltrttora 707070 V OWMm 820pm 2 4Sm vimvilln speedily and effectually cured by our Public school money and tlm we Leant to Aflieeri kind protracted Bervlcea at Cedar Grove 1J07OJ 7 IS Henderson J 40 Bill JOl laskcts 781 S2B tho use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye cannot afford to do We pay tax for Ovwilralti unMored A big cxeurelon oamo down last Sun 37 Spmti ville 738 338 Lying two miloa uouth of Harriot Ky 140 aoroB in cultivation and 00 tfooi 91 Heads 74S 313 Salve Its put up in tubes and sold on such purposes aqd wo want tho benefit Duo from National btnka day Oio up also on the Mary Lacy Worthtngten 320 Duo Irom itate bankaandbank 889 7W SplondW water good orohard briok dwolling on acros in fine timber of it School should begin tho first of a guarantee by all good drugglsta Stanley 7 58 336 844 1014000 593319a Bud Price lias gone to Corydon ait Griffith SW 801 dosirablo homo ono milo from a Methodist August as the majority of the puplU are a beautiful situation and a Mattlngly Sffi 807 Ind to get his horses ready for the fair 300000 Owensboro small Trusteos or any board of trustees tlanklag house and lot 3 41 HARDIN8BURG 830 400 church and a first olass country school Also 1187873 Brandenburg is as gay as a marriage Iies for Roclcpoit Ind AM Hfft 418 that objects to school oommenolog ou or Other renl estate 4 04 8 41 Powers j 0000 WBitman U S Ilonds bell this week Every night is taken near that date aro not giving the smaller Other itbeks and bonds SCoi vS Lewisport M67 419 Fine rains in July 43l pupils justice If the Chairman has Specie The Lvlics Guild of the Baptist 428 900 i4ioaj Falcon 439 Kennoy Board is in Texas 4 33 Pettie 911 Â¬ his boys to do let them do Currwicy anything for church will ulve a eupper tonight Wed Itawesville 1 9 SO 440 450 In Harnod Ky now occupied and doing a good businoss and ronted nesday Old Freedom meeting is close- - at hand for Cannelten Ted City h and let our schools begin at the prop- Â¬ aa a on I in JOOOOO Furniture and Fixtures SKinman for two yoars Also Coleman flaswell went to the Tar er date on time 500 942 607 Mlaa Stella Boles oi Owensboro is the Debts In suit IJ017J Shops Cloverport 603 648 oil 190 00 Stamp Account guest o Miss Agnes Malin at Mrs Spring Sunday 10C4 11011 6 20 61 Addison 818 mil 1 14190s 87 Uougbs Miss Etta Olarkson of B i wlyy ville is 4VB AaaB Kfm Stephensport 23 522 1012 kaf I9 aVBB aaT h Ko in in wi LIAMMTIES sample visiting Mrs Lao Bishop Mr Uressap eame over from 11 ul ford 634 1021 Capital stock paid In In oath 45100x0 Pierce Iodlburg 1032 642 643 In- - samo place built four years ago In l last Saturday to see his wife at The popular thing now is a lann party 1000000 Surplus fund 1040 660 Webster 6M Mrs Blands 10 4S with au ice cream attachment SSlsi Irvington 603 Undivided profit 567 A In AM in It Due depotitors as follows viz i We are enjoying a series of musicales Miss Grace Footo of Owensboro is 618 Ekron 15 610 tl6l Deposits mbject to ehrek t on 1113 824 Brandenburir 617 Leading Specialists of America The by our friends Mrs Duncan and Mies the guest of Mrs V U Babbaxe Ixmg Branch is not paid 7440041 1122 which interest 634 11 29 Rock Haven 040 630 Agnes Malin Time certificates of deposit on Palate pleasing things for those who 20 YEARS IN OHIO Willow 1135 645 which interest is paid ios66o 8I37S Howard Dale ll ji nut CURED In the article last week it should have want tho best at the Eclipse Grocery 250000 AJR II fclm AKH West Point been my husband instead of my Kentueky Street 1221pm 7f0 715 Miss Mary LaSoiur spent last week 7108J Fund ta pay taxes Louisville Union Dep Ar 1235pm 7 45pm 7 8am mother saw Jenny Lind WECURE EMISSIONS I3S3 co here the guest of Mre Owen Cunning- Â¬ Unid Dividends Nothtn enn be inoro demoralltlntt to Ms John Frnkes and little Carrie D ham 1141903 87 vnnnff af mMtllA rLfnil men than tho tires- WEST BOUND They I have had a most pleasant visit to Mr enco of thono nightly loisoi State of Kuntucv ec The tempting thing fur a sluggish ap Â¬ S30 County ol UrecklnndgB produeo weaknoM nervoumcM n reeling No 41 No 43 No 43and Mrs Ohas Druiys near Bewley petite is to be found at the Eclipse of dllguit and a whole train of ijmptomi f A D Sklllman cashier of Breckinridge Bank a They unfit a man for luslnes married Vllle Grocery 11 u manor bank located and doing business at No Wall street Ioulsville Union Dep Lv 7 37an 8S5pm 1110 ana social nappicosa 7 JO Kentucky Street 8 45 whether cauteu ny evil nanus in youm Judge 0 0 Fairlelqh and wife are in the city ot Cloverport in said county being duly Capt Henry Head llosetta is awful West Point 826 natural wcnkuoui or eezual oxcciics onr 918 sworn says that the foregoing report Is in all re spending a month with their Bon Unas proud because its a new gill baby at his Howard 829 New Method Treatment will positively 8S7 euro you spects a true statementof the condition of the said Willowdale in Faducah and son Tom in Jackson house 84 bank at the close of business on the 30th day of Rock Haven Long Branch 8 49 Ab I expect to travel in the northwest I have placed my notes and Tenn NO PAY NO t899tofhe bestofhis knowledge and belief June 8 68 Brandenburg Every cent put into the best article is Reador you neod help Early abuto or Ekron and further says that the business of said bankhas Mercer nt Hnrdinsburg and all parties owing accounts with Mercer 906 Miss Alma Spiller of Louisville is money savod You find it nt tho Eclipso later cxoorsc may bavo weakened you 9 14 been transacted at the location named and not Guiton Exposure lnay havo dUoasod you You Irvington 9 21 mo can settlo with them at any time or with me at Harned Ky before visiting her aunt Mrs J Uhapt ze MIbb Grocery esewhere and that the above report is made In Webster are not fafo till cured Our New Method 928 Alma has visited here before and is quite will euro you You run no risk 9 37 compliance with an official notice received from the Lodlburg a suit 1b instituted Mrs Itobert McGufHo who has been 9 43 day of June 1ierce popular Secretary of State designating the 30th 1021 Sample visiting in the country returned home 9 48 1890 as the day on which such report shall be made Stephensport 1031 917 Will McGehee gave the first hay ride last week Young ManYon nro pale fceblo A II Skillman Cashier 10 01 Addison and haggnrd nervous lrritnblo and ex of the season la it Wednesday night to 10 01 Holt 06 W H Bowmbr citable You bocomo forgetful moroie Mrs V K Withers of Kirk was in Cloverport 1016 1046 Directors J T Skillman A big crowd and a Camp Herndon and dejiond nt blotchos and pimples Shops 1049 1020 town last Sunday tho guest of her sou VNDIIuv punken oyes wrinkled face stooping 10 32 Skilman 1069 jolly time form and downcast countenanoo reveal Subscribed and sworn to bafoie me by A I Thomas Withers Hawesvllle 1103 tho blight of your existence Sklllman cashier the 3rd day of July 1899 for Cannelton Tell City 1042 Miss Elsie Yeakel is at her brothers 1049 John Will Dust IrvingtoD who had Chas B Skillman N P B C Petrie 1 WECURE VARICOCELE 11 io Mr Ed Yeakels Elsie is a fine musici- Â¬ 10 54 Falcon Cnmmmion rsplres Ian 16 1000 his leg fractured some weeks ago is able Lewisport 1126 UUf No matter how tortou your caeo way an and we always erjjcy her being In our to be about again 11 in Waitman bo or bow long you mnv ntivo niu it nur Powers iforRockport Ind 1119 TilhATMKNT will MK11I community PPJNEW QUARTERLY REPORT 1130 Pates return to 9 euro it Tho wormy voins henco tho Messrs Guy and Lyman Willlamp of Owensboro 1140 Dr W B Fu6ev came down last Sun- Â¬ their normal condition and OF TUB Mattlngly Hartford Ky were here last week visit- Â¬ sH sexual organs receive proper nourish 1151 day for a day at home Will is a fine Griffith 1166 tnent Tho organs necomo vitaiuou fl nn ing their relatives Ml tl l InllAI vwdw iniiriiMl ilraln 12 15ira 116911 Stanley wt3r vo Uliurttuiui uiaiua it fellowBociallv in the medical profession BANK OF HARDINSBURG Wotthlngton 12 20 12 07pm if manly poweis return no temporary Miss Georgie Robertson of Glendeane Beads Ma benefit out a riermanont euro assured 14 iz and in the home circK NO OIKUA SpotUville 12 22 KY been in town several days the guest FS NO CIKK NO PAY NO DETUN has HARDINSBURG Baskets 1223 MIbs Agnes Malin will give a cotillion UJTION NKCUS8AKY H9 HON FIIOM BUSINESS 12 45 of Miss Eva Heneley Henderson party Friday evening in honor of her At the close of business on the 30b daj Evansvllle 11 Col Ashcraft Superintendent of Louis At 716 i I St CURES 6UAKAN of June 1809 guest Miss Boles and to the visiting SYPHILIS euro Wo strangers at the Gough Block West echools in Meade county was here last TMPOTHMPV vtTSOIrtV RESOURCES mum treat and Nos 45 and 46 have Pullman BuRet Sleeping Cars weok attending the Institute STUICjfUHL VAHHOCELE SIIJU- Main and elegant high back seat Passenger Coaches less Loans and discounts a iiTjiuuri irn Kin limii tnoai OON through between J ouuviUe Kvansvllle and St Miss Florence Cottrell who has been loans to directors 110306 94 Louis without change NKY diseases BlLTATION Natives of the Caroline Isles want to JFIIKE BOOKS FREE C1IAH0E8 Overdrafts unsecured 37536 Nos 41 and 44 have elegant high back teat roil- be taken into the folds of the stars and the guest of Miss Mary Smith several j uii tvtiiv utiauiu Due from National banks 464812S eneerCoacheaand Parlor Car service throueh be 4648128 3JlJUrltXl it BLANK for HOME Of course just give oil those days returned homo last Sunday tween Louisville Evanvdle and St Louis without Btiipcs change Banking house and lot Mrs A A Richardson of Garfield foreign high chiefs and prominent men 2500 Nos 43 and 43 have Parlor Cars and elegant Other real estate Coaches between Louisville and Kvansvllle with5o73 Term of Five Months Begins September 4 1899 First a little time and they will all cry was in town Inet Sunday the guest of Other stocks and bonds 33835 00 out change Mr and Mrs Marcus Kincheloe EDGAR HILL Anntxalion Cash on hi nd 10991 98 Traffic Manager 122 W FOURTH ST Mrp Henry Ditto and Mies Lucy Others items earned ni cash 12108 Hot weather is trying on hundry work LouIsviller Ky Instructors Practical thorough and enthusiastic men CINCINNATI O Furniture and fixtures 70000 and women No school in this section of the State offers Ditto of Louisville visited Mrs Jeff Ours is the kind that stands the heat Wallace Babbage superior inducements H Ditto last week Mrs Hemy Dittos and gives satisfaction Fordsville Branch St L 9479Q 03 L LIABILITIES baby Charlton Jr took second prize in Agent TIME TABLE No 10 COURSES AND TUITION the babv show at Lonisville two weeks Prof Groves and Mr Truman two of Capital stock paid in in cash 35000x0 MALARIA ANTIDOTE IN EFFOT SUNDAY JUNE 18 18J9 ago lie is a line lusty Diue fyeu the leading educators of Ohio county Surplus fund 56Soa3 Primary 3 20 per mouth SI 75 per month Scientific Deposits subject to check Ion blonde 3 20 2 50 Bast Bound Train Classical Intermediate were here last week attending the Teach West Bound Trains which Interest Is not paid 7161603 3 20 3 50 Preparatory Music Tho keys of the city are given over ers Institute Tune certificates of deposits 3 20 Teachers Board SI 75 to 2 25 per week STATIONS No 3t No fit No2MNo4 this week to the teachers of Meade on which interest is paid 9150J77 The Garfield people are making ar 163118 80 SPLENDID GENERAL TONIC strangers who may come rangments for a big day next Saturday Unpaid dividends county and to 1000x0 For further information and catalogue address AU FM AM FM Literary and musical There will be public speaking in the in consequence Irvington Ar 9 00 6 45 NOTE The New formula Is very pal- Â¬ 1x94799 03 10 60 6 45 Lv Garfield 8 35 6 20 11 1J 7 08 eyenings are in store Mr W D Ash- - afternoon and a big baloon ascension at atable and more effective tban Quinine S Statb or Kentucky AB ss 8 24 5 09 Harmtt 1124 7 19 County ot Breckenridce 8 20 craft always makes the Institute a social night Junction 5 05 1128 7 23 81 5 00 llardlnibnrtr M H Beard Cashier Bank of Hardinsburg a 11 33 7 28 HARDINSBURG KY and educational event 8 10 4 65 Played Out Junction U 40 7 35 If Run Down Morris Jolly Misses Blanch Claycomb bank located and doing business in the city of Har S 01 11 60 4 46 7 45 Kirk Promotes dinsburg in said county being duly sworn says 11 67 7 62 Mrs Grinnell will begin her class in Ray Wimp Ada Paul and Nella Hen- Â¬ just what you need 7 64 4 f9 Jolly Healthy Appetite Strengthens 7 42 4 27 Glendeane 12 09 8 04 respects report music Septembbr the first She has ask- Â¬ derson Nannie Lee Jolly Irvington that the You will feel better after second statement foregoingcondition Is In allsaid bank a true 12 14 8 09 7 30 4 15 DempMir of the of the at the 12 SO 8 25 7 15 4 00 ed Mrs D W Lewis to teach vocal to were here last week attending the dose Falls of Rough Dempster close of business on the 30th day of June 1899 to 12 60 8 45 6 47 3 42 any one wishing instructions Mrs Teachers Institute 6 63 3 f 8 Htockvale I the best of his knowledge and belief and further 12 65 8 50 1 00 6 48 8 55 Buth 3 S3 Lewis is not only a fine teacher but the bank has Mr Enoch Norton who lives near 6 41 3 29 Askins Quinine because it says thatthe business ol said and not been trans- 103 9 00 Better than Very reasonable sings beautifully 1 13 elsewhere acted at location named Oaks 6 f 6 3 21 9 08 Garfield is ill at Marcus Kincheloes in regulates Liver and bowels invig- Â¬ 1 20 Fordsville Lv 6 30 3 15 9 15 Ar and that the above report is made in compliance terms See or write to Mrs Grinnell au ru rn pm this place Mr Kincheloe came in last orates the Avholcsystcm with an official notice received irom the Secretary A state meeting at Lexington August week during the Institute and was taken It will do tho work no after depres- Â¬ of State designating the 30th day ol June 1899 Dally 2nd and John Young Brown will be ill then His family fear that he may be sion no buzzing ears or deafness as the day on which such report shall be made Trains 41 43 43 and 44 connect ot Irvington with Trains Nos 3 and c for points on Fordsville branch MH Beard Cashier boomed for Governor and F F Johnson in for a spell of typhoid fever Trains 3 3 4 and 3 run daily Trains Nos a and CERTAIN CURE Will Miller Well well of for Lieutenant Governor 4 connect at Irvington with Main Line trains 41 4s MoKRIS KsK RIDGE Directors Â¬ The Hardinsburg baso ball team re- For Chills and Malaria fevers guaranteed 43 and 44 all the ups and downs Democrats in B K Bearo Kentucky do take the lead Ex Gov deemed themselves in two games played Subscribed pnd sworn to before me by M H AT DRUGGISTS COMFOBT Safety Beard the 3rd day of July 1S99 Brown was at first my choice as the here last week with a crack Louisville Our boys fairly took the field and Dont accept any Substitute nine Frank Board N P B C nominee had he run 50c and 100 Bottles My commission explies with next session Ken- Â¬ Louisville won both games without any trouble tucky Senate Miss Mattie McGehee is general agent Alf Taylor as administrator of the es- Â¬ for the large responsible firm of Clark PETTET CO tate of Will Board had a sale on the ROBINSON 1 give you a list of a few articles to convince you that my prices Co Philadelphia She leaves in a few Incorporated Statement of Condition premises last Friday A few head of days to appoint agents and sub agents in are right Fast Mail Line Between LOUISVILLE KY cattle brought a fancy price which is OF towns and cities She draws a nice 18 lbs Sugar 1 OO Brecken the case now everywhere In salary She wishes to appoint three 2 Cans Sugar Corn 15c agents in Brandenburg Miss Mattie is ridge county fust now good cattle are in Excellent Salmon 10c STEAMERS energetic polished lady like and of great demand 3 lb Can Table Peaches 15c most prepossessing address and we all A Witt went out to the Tar Springs J G EAGON Fresh Japan Rice 08c predict pronounced success Sunday to rusticate and rest a few dtye Shredded Oocoanut 05c IRVINOTON - KENTUCKY W A BISHOP Purser F M RYAN Master 5r has long borne the reputation Since reading Frank G Carpenters Mr Witt Pure Country Sorghum 25c San Juan our girls want to of peing ono of the most attentive and letter from At tha close of buBluesa June 30 1000 Oil Sardines TARASOON 05c go there to dance where a quarter of an energetic business men of Hardinsburg 3 lb Can Finest Jellies D U PENNY Master 10c T CONNER Purser RESOURCES He seldom leaves his business for any acre in the theatre building was set Notes and Bills discounted 1937434 aside for the whirl Frank Carpenter occasion No doubt a few days at the CITY Cash on hand and due from banks I also pay the Highest Market Price for 68649 admits he envied Forto liican dandies springs will give him some needful rest Overdrafts unsecured 130 R II BALLARD Master W B NKWBELL Purser and uniformed military officers who held Amounts Invested In U S bonds and Miss Lzzie Board daughter of Mr securities 631363 D STAGGS those rich well dressed Porto Rican and Mrs Dr II 0 Board died at their Furniture and Fixtures 100000 belles in their arms as they whirled in residence in tills place lost Sunday afterDaily except Sunday between Louisville and Expenses for past six months I respectfully invite you to call and examine my stock 51 03 New Amsterdam the mazy waltz I just laugued to road noon at 2 oclock Miss Lizzie was Freight shipped by this line delivered quicker 53377S than by rail his description of decollete dresses Well about twenty five years of age and had LIABILITIES Travelers wilt find Ihe steamers are unsur Frank 0 is a good one on any subject been ill for about a year She was a fiasseddn equipment and a commodatlons The 1500000 N B WOOD A M M D Praaldant best culinary are employed as cooks Due depositors 974690 menu Is equal to that of the best hazels and tho Too many Auxilaries in a church are member of the M E Church South Chicago Medical and Surgical Institute UodlvidedprolHs General offices 17U and 178 Fourth Avenue 4808s THE GROCER an injury They are apt to keep the The funeral services were attended by a Louisville 017 LaSallo Avonue Ohloaao III s 1333377s members from being zealous In the large concourse of friends Monday Her Established In Chicago orer twenty years It B IIawes Cashier D L PENNY W W HITE church work propor and the Sunday parents and friends haye the sympathy Hegularly chartoreU under not of Illinois Sworn to before me by R E Hawes this July SuperiuiHiiuent Preaiuent School But a society like the Ladies of the entire community in their be IrftKtslatnre Cupltul fully paid 81UOOOO The oldest larceat moat reliable and mo O V Williams T P A Aid here is a wonderful advantage MILTON LoCKAHD reavoment cessful Medical Institute In the V H Owensboro Kv Folks Judge Town of Irvington Ky Private rooms for The members have just had a nice pave- Â¬ The community here were surprised for any emergency 1atlonta with facilities CREAM X Itay Microscopical ment laid in front of the Methodist last Sunday to learn of the death of Mrs and Urlscoplcal Kxamlnatlons are suade church besides raising a small church George Johostop which occuned in all cases whenover dlaKnosls Is doubtful la NOTICE Wrlto for free Hook on Deformities and jtottuqouuir BMtlaquutr debt The hanjsome chairs in the Loulsvllla last Sunday Mrs Johnston The firm of B V Beard St Co composed o I B Unices Club Feet Curvature of the Hplne F Beard C L Beard C E Maswell and P M was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Chas llronchltls Catarrh Cancer Tumors lUes For 20 Yiars Has Led all Worm Remedies Qeard has this day been dlisolved and Is suc Mattlngly of this place She had only raralysls Epilepsy Kidney Madder Ilye xs ceeded the firm of II K Beard At Co eseapoud ol Shorthand Ponmaualiip Etc tauglit ax7U Bar Skin and JJlood Diseases uud all Hnr P M Beard and M D Beard mpMoabr been married a faw months when she gleal Operations Ilest BALLARD I ft Lnnla JAMES F rTI- The ww w facilities apparatus tho huslntss of the old firm has been placed In 1 hands of C L Beard forcsilvetioa and adjust and her husband went to Louisville to and remedies for the successful treatment Full courses 36 ciah or yon oan py ment and he is hereby appointed agent and is au For Bale by A H Fisher Oloverpqrt Ky make their home The news of her and cure of all Obscure or Chronlo Diseases thorised to collect and acJuu the business of the 100 OR 200 PER MONTH We absolutely guarunteo to cure every TU pnncipal oi this eb Books and blanks rs Var six year 1 was a victim ofdy- - death was a great surprise to her friends easo of Nervous Debility and diseases re Â¬ old fnm according to law the old Arm are request All persons indebtsd to is me auinor or uve leadiko sjitem 01 boabSeegliig in IU worn form I umld m nothing Pressed Standing Seam here and her family have their sympa sulting from abuses nud Indiscretions of ed to make enlltbttory settlement at once 0 unit which Is used la thousands of public a ad nfysM but milk tout and nt if ine in v stomach would Ky July in t8uo schools Including the public schools ol New York mil retain and Nicest eva that LantMsreol brought here Youth and Manhood Npermatorrhcea Sem Â¬ Hardinhhiso B K Heard and other Urge cities taking CAMAUBTS and sine titan I thy Her remains were The uuixm systew or Corrugated inal Weakness night losses and vital drain C L Beard Shorthand Is taught Stsd nis frost cvtry Otats nave steadily Improved until and Interred in the Cathollo Cemetery In urine Impotonoy Varicocele Hydro well as I C E Haswsll You as graduate la vour srAKE time M ft vr w VCT WW in HIT III Monday Mre Johston was a consistent eele Btrloture Phimosis etc etc Charges P M Heard little Ursdutes lttm t sstttisiti V Crimp ttracsAt IUviuII Uvhvuy Newark SATIS TO THBtK WHO SSNO TO UKAMSIK At ONCJI Itmsonable No lneurabje eases aocepted member of the Catholic Church ftonfino No O O or deposit schemes failure SCHWARTZ SCIl OOIL JRoll Cap CAN U unknown to us 10000 testimonial Utters I aaj j Wsst Jsf fsr son St fARKRfi W Ky Tarred Felt HAIR BALKAM editor of the Farm Journal asks on file from cured patients Many cured at The and ClSSBMI and UssUfUs Uie hale borne Consultation free and confidential Pacer Why have a mortgage on the farm personally or by letter Write ns loruiUat mlb W A VYAIKBK to day AW Tails to Steel Cap poor crop sourbread grip leak in the lGUpuge Hook on ail Chronlo and Snrglea Msir to Iti oiiifcrul t Roof Paints Cunt scslp iitttfit kktif Tim rU0f MAS roof bole in the pocket skeleton In the Diseases and list of 180 question seat free 9cW UWM Ossatt Writs for Prises and Roof Cement Calstogwe eloeeli or any other pain or trouble EJAJMta sea U1U when you eaa get the Farm Journal for ASSIGNEES NOTICE A44sAV04 aaaa lk tbejxlance of 1000 and all of 1000 1001 Pleasant Palatab Potent Ts All psrsoss bsvln tiahns srslsst las sstas o Good Htver Isb Vssseu or a HivmiUtl Hall Dress or 8 J Hall or W K Drsas Individ WHEN DOES YOUR SUB Â¬ J004 and 1603 nearly five years by pay Send 8250 to the BiieconHidoe Nkyvs and got a 500 Bible Grown Bridg fl Work Mllf rs htrsby notified to prsstat tbslr slam OURE 00N8TIPATI0H lag a year in advance for the Brxcken CM HwiUg Ra4 MtsJ IM W at ton TO THE WEW 7 imi w mo uiigntu1stassigns HUsa the Nkws free of charge fox one year SCRIPTION and ot iuino or tuwi tns daytif unit This yon can do if you lMrit40 iv 11inMOOR MAN feUtfxtfaws C CoaUo AJ- JLsbbsbb ai sot too lata RXFIXJtf r I J y Htl KY UAKDlNSBUftlls a 1 1 ij m w7 r BRAND UN BURG FOR SALE wt fit bTTbUTtom Henderson Route One Farm of About 800 Acres ms i One Store Uouse and Dwelling One Tobacco Warehouse am Mules 4 Head of Cattle llogs Farming DMKiKi i T Implements Etc Etc WILL SELL AT A BARGAIN - Â¬ CURE frS Xs Respectfully Yours 250000 CURED C D PAYNE NORMAL COLLEGE KY 1 St Va mk THE BRECKENRIDGE HARDINSBURG EtP Kennedys Kergan Â¬ h HUGHES TONIC V- - ROBERTS Jr President TRY IT Â¬ No Shelf Worn floods Everything New and Fresh Packet Line d Imiih EHShelmanGo BANKERS Louisville and Evansville E eB TELi t P R P HIGGINS TE MsErlJHB Worms soxx VERMIFUGE WHITES W XM a r 1T7 iSSESSfra aoxnja enHTis Â¬ DYSPEPSIA Iibu or Â¬ Â¬ 3sNCoMSnr Wci Viffs 9ym7m ffnlBSheatiilnp pcla tan Â¬ 1 m -- f Iy WALKER BOARD lpO94CMOSM4N94BrC0Mg u i i 444H4s444 DENTIfTS KMMM VFate au nam mfllm - jm 0 f if PjT- - foun 4mr4440i1inimiw wtta1 - KVijiriii 4i M k t H irljsWli aiM- - n r -- u iyWWMl hr w S2 y A PEN PORTRAIT 03F1- - ATTORNEY is being tlio adroitness of Sonator Geo bel the nomlnoa of the music hall Dem Â¬ ocrats for Governor It is Just as well for Kentnckians generally to recogafz that in Hon William STaylor the Itepubli cans have nominated n political leader possessing ability and purpose that hive been measured against those of Senator Goobel before and proved juccessful In the trun political adroltnoss that makes a genuino leader his caroer in the in the past year has been in marked con- Â¬ trast with and greatly excelled that of hla antagonist Four voarsago Gen Taylor was comparatively unknown in State politics ho hailed from a county and section that commandod little in- Â¬ fluence in Republican political affairs yet in tho past yoar ho demonstrated both personal and political capacities for leadership and management that enabled htm in the face of indifference or the strongly exorted opposition of long recog Â¬ nized iifluences in bis party to command anVrer whelmlngfdtiowing From the very day of his announcement of his candidacy every step he tbok was n confidant one and every statement he made of his strength and purposo was a prophecy redeemed by events We all know that in these days neither parties nor individuals can succeed without tho machinery of perfect organization and certainly no candidate has evorjvet more quickly organized aa affectlvo machine for his purpose than Gen Taylor and no leader in control of his party organization in Kentucky has ever exerted his power with more consideration for all factions of bis parly or so little used his Influence to Interfere with the freo expression of bis party in the selection of the other candidates to accompany him on the ticket There are many degrees and kinds of political adroitness but surely none cin be as high and desirable as that which accomplishes a great and difficult purpose without incuring the smirch of suspicion and distrust Being myself an ardent Republican it mlht not become me to discus3 the charges of political immorality made against Sen Â¬ ator Goobel by Democrats who are so deeply tmblttertd by the proceedings convention Music Hall of the Bat it is permissable to call attention to the significant contrast in the quality of tho political leadership exhibited by tho opposing candidates for Governor Gen Taylora candidacy was opposed by the influences that had long been recognized as controlling bis party yet he received the nomination at the hands of the convention by enthusiastic acclamation upon motion of both bin opponents with the approval of a united party and with Â¬ out having incured any charge of tnbecomeing conduct Senator Goobel on the other hand had been prominent as a Democratic leader for years possessed Influence aud wealth and yet went into the convention with an apparently hope Â¬ less minority following It is not necess- Â¬ ary to discuss tho means by which be captured tbo nomination despite his lack of votes but at what a coat of bitterness wsa it captured at what an exercise of groes arbltry power at what sacrifice of party confidence and honor The adroitness that consists in providing flimsy pretext upon which to base the unscrupulous use of force is certainly not the political adroitness that Ken Â¬ tnckians of either party have been proud to see honored And rewarded But the adroitness which consists in quietly or- Â¬ ganizing unifying and directing party forces without injustice or wrong to any aspirants and which molds political strength to conform to tbo wishes of a free majority is more than adroitness it is political conform to the wishes of a freo majority is more than r droit new it Is political leadership in the high sense that commands the respect enthusiasm and admiration of all citl E9nsThat is the quality of personal leadership Gen Taylor hasundoubtedly shown and which points to him as a man endowed with the particular abil Â¬ ity and courage to lead the struggle in of Kentucky against tho operations fraud and force threatened In tho Manipulation of the outrageous Goebel eleetlon law Bflld of A BIQNIFiCANT EARLY UPX GENERAL DY YOUNQ E ALLISON TAYLOR premo Court of tho United States all boar witness to a dilligonco and force in the performance of his duty unsurpassed in tho history of tho State if in fact he has not accomplished as much as the At Â¬ torney General of any State in the Union It was soon apparent that this young country lawyer possessed ono of the highest attributes of ability in that he could perceive and adjust himself readily to now environment that ho was con spicious without inlrusiveness forcible without contentiousness determined without irritability that he could rise to meet emergencies without losing the direct simplicity that is the secret of power The public business was taken in hand and dispatched with business- Â¬ like promptness courtesy and openness State cases long hung up on the dockets were brought to trial and rapidly pushed to a close The story of Gen Taylors first appear- Â¬ ance in the Suprome Court of the United States is an anecdote that illum- Â¬ ines the mans nature and capacity It was in tho case of the commonwealth vs Douglass involving the famous Frank- Â¬ fort lottery franchise This case bad been fought over in tho Kentucky courts and beffoged with bowilderlng specious con- Â¬ tentions A decision in tbo court of ap- Â¬ peals against the lottery company had been carried to the United States Sup Â¬ reme Court under what is called the Dartmouth College decision on vested rights Before Gen faylor assum- Â¬ ed office Senator Goebel had been em- Â¬ ployed by Gov John Young Brown himself an able lawyer and excellent Govenor with the approval of tho Leg islature to assist in the prosecution of the lottery It may be interesting to note that Senator Goebel did not appear be- Â¬ fore the Supreme Court with tho Attor- Â¬ ney General and his connection with the case is marked only by the entry that he was on the brief of William S Taylor Those who are informed of the rigid decorum and rule that govern the proceedings of the Supreme Court will appreciate the circumstances attend- Â¬ ant upon the first appearance- - of an obscure lawyer to make oral argument there Even the details of personal attire and manner are under critical fire and often exert an influence in winning the attention of the bench Many Western and Southern attorneys have in Â¬ vaded tho- - court in careless dress to find themselves chilled by the surroundings and regarded with the indifference their Ex- - Secretary carelessness invited Carlisle who had long been consulting counsel of the lottery and who was Sec- Â¬ retary and who appeared with Major D W Sanders in the case left the Treasury Department and paid the Attorney Gen eral of Kentucky the courtesy of moving his admission to practice in the court When Gen Taylor was sworn in it was observed that this country lawyer had been careful to adapt himself to the theater of an action His dress did not mark him as differing in appearance from lawyers from the large cities fam- Â¬ iliar with tho customs It was in scrupu- Â¬ lous keeping When the case was called he advanced to the advocates stand with his printed records and without pretense began the presentation in that conversa- Â¬ tional tone deyoid of rant and harangue indispensibly requisite to good address in the court Gen Taylors argument was scarcely longer than a quarter of an hour but it proved to be a quarter of an hour of in- Â¬ calculable value to tbo States interest and of very far reaching consequences in the application of the principles he laid down to other cases brought before that court Its effect on the fortunes of the lottery was of small interest but he suc- Â¬ ceeded in netting from the court the germ of a decision that was enlarged subscquentlv in the suits against the Covington and Newport water compan Â¬ ies and in the State bank cases into the rule that tbo reserved powers of the State were sufficient to alteramend or wholly repeal any charter or franchise granted by the legislature unless it was expressly stated in the grant that it was in perpetuity and not to be repealed Up to that time these reserved powers of the State had been ruled to apply on Â¬ ly to subjects coming within a narrower limit called police powers of the gov- Â¬ As a result of Gen Taylora ernment contention enlarging the rule the Su Â¬ preme court in the case of tho Connecti- Â¬ cut Mutual Life Insurance Company va Sprattoy appealed from Tennessee and decided recently ruled with respect to all corporations doing business under statutory laws ot a State that in all auch cases there can be no contract springing from a compliance with the terms of the act and no irrepealable law because they are what Is termed government subjects and hence within the category which permits the Legislature of a State to legislate upon those subjects from time to time aa tue publio interest may seem fit to require The daelaion was ot serious moment to luraranqe corporations but not more so than to all other corporations In aa much aa it merged their right of existence and operation into that of enterprises that were within the pollee power of the State aad a vast extent of interest were thaa suddenly dealarad to ha govern naatol aubjeata and therefore sabjeot to tba otHMtag will of tha LWature Â¬ At this tttno when eo much mi TU-r Si M y 4 3K N I Young Taylors bovhood was passed in unromitting toil upon a farm Tho nearest village was the coun- Â¬ ty seat of Morgantown five miles away but in tho insolation relieved only by severe labor the nature of tho boy de- Â¬ veloped its own strength and increased with his purpose Schools were rare and tho rudiments of education wero to He bo obtained only with difficulty was fifteen years c Id before he went to school yet It shows the quality of his character that he had already learned to read and write and had a hunger for At fifteen he books and knowledge started to school attending the primi Â¬ tive freo school of his neighborhood not the well equipped publio school of roo today but the well remembered school of that period when tho common school system of the State had the aspect of a charity reluctantly doled out to the poor Even such schooling as he could obtain thus was irregularly won his at- Â¬ tendance being allowable only when he could get time from work on tho farm But ho was an insatiable and devoted student fitted himself to be a teacher and before his majority was reached he had opened up a school and had made a local name for himself as an ambitious industrious youth of unusual ability While teaching others ho pursued his own studies ardently and thus obtained for himself a thorough English educa- Â¬ tion the value of which he has demon- Â¬ strated in the remarkable force and compression of his political speeches and legal arguments specimens of di- Â¬ rect virile Saxon power that have at traded the admiration and aroused the surprise of all tho distinguished public and professional speakers of Kentucky Young Taylor continued to teach and to study until 1882 but his stadiousness was not for the mere enjoyment of its processes He was charged with breath- Â¬ ing human ambitions and hopes Ho was no recluse or book worm All his studies were aids to his purpose which kept him in the midst of the public and political life of his county He was al- Â¬ ready known as a strong speaker and forcible debater and in 1882 he was nominated for County Clerk by the Republicans and administered defeat to a Democratic nominee for the first time in He mado the history of Butler county an efficient officer says one of his boy- Â¬ hood friends modestly read law during his term and at the conclusion thereof was admitted to the bar He was im- Â¬ mediately in 18SG made the Republican nominee for County Judge and for the first time in the history of the county a full Republican ticket for connty offices were put in the field a strict party fight was made and the Republicans were elected In 1888 he was chosen by his party as a delegate to the Republican National Convention which met at Chicago In 1890 he was renominated and re elected County Judge As such officer he made a fine record and was pressed to offer for a third term but de clined to do so During these last eight years of official life he practiced law and took high rank at the bar In 1890 he was chosen Third district member of the and has Republican State Committee been retained as such ever since During these years he areatly enlarged his field of activity though it was prin- Â¬ cipally confined to the surrounding counties where be gathered the elements Of increasing strength When Demo elfatio orators penetrated the section Mr Taylor was the champion invariably chosen by tho Republicans to uphold their principles By this time thorough- Â¬ ly grounded in political history and gov- Â¬ ernmental theory he had become a dangerous antagonist for the leading Democratio advocates of the Suite Con Â¬ fident through studious application he was bold and courageous possessing the natural gift of speech be cultivated the severest models and boro himself with modesty that served to conceal immense Â¬ din county Court In years The only ease referred to aa authority to sustain this view ia that of Douglass vs Kentucky in which Gen Taylor had drawn the lino in his argument with such distinctness and force as to brush aside cobwebs of con- Â¬ tention that had bound up the State for many years While Senator Goebel on the brief oi wm B A ayior in tlio lottery case in which he made no appearance and had no part ho was subeequently to be opposod to Gen Taylor as counsol of the Covington and Newport Water companies in the suits pressed by tho State to compel thoso corporations to pay taxes Tho Hon W S Pry or was counsel with Sonator Goobel and thero can bo no doubt therefore of ability on the side of tho corporations or of tho undoubted strength of their case on its face The charter of tho companies had conferred the privileges of acquiring their proper- Â¬ ties and holding them free of State county and city taxation forever It was in the Covington case against such an impregnable appearance that Gen Taylor won from tho Supreme Court of tho United States in defense of the re- Â¬ served rights of tho people through the Legislatures that not even such a char Â¬ ter was irrepealable because it did not declare so upon its face in express terms that it might havo been the purpose of tho Legislature granting tho charter to give it irrepealable perpetuity but as it was not expressed tho failure to do bo left the right to repeal when tho public interests seemed to require it Â¬ 1118 RKCORD AS AN ATTORNKY GENERAL k strength In 1895 tho Republicans of Western Ijtepublisans and indeed all Demo Kentucky united upon Gen Taylor as their candidate for Attorney General on the Stale ticket It was a bard fought battle in whicti he was successful and in the campaign that ensued he did not-Â¬ able work In forwarding the success of his party AS A S tJf blind partisanship Bbould understand that the personal and public Ufa and character of Gen Taylor are fa the highest degree indicative of the qualities of ability Integrity indusÂ¬ try and eoarage without the sacrifice of ay gaoral responsibility and without ptateattcaa Slsplay The story of his life Werva to beknown of all Kentuok So a tMjwtltatlng one pf the finest patna fti Bute history in illustration of jtHtMHtratul distinction that may bo ailfl by one wha springs from the dntiPiUMoa of the people with out sy otbfcr aid thas his inherent uratSfciree of riDLIO OFFICJEB AND LAWYER yP 51 When this unknown young country lawyer came up to Frankfort in 1895 to assume the duties of his office he was looked upon by those whose occupation it is to resist the State In taxation and to further schemes of special privilege as who would Inject no an uuy mark fdrce Into the department of justice It was a natural error of judgment inasÂ¬ much as hla predecessors had been men of recognized prestige who had yet been unable to aeoompltsb anything definite to pull the States Interests out ol the rut of neglect Into which they had fallen in ahtjjffalar mi purpose the eourU The few who did know Gen bern in Taylor however spoke a word of prom Iryfaw Bylyeitor Taylor lee Jiutwait awhile said one of his ft lug mm q tb baaka of Green rlyer laljteRtyKyOotoberlO 1863 frieade who knew his ability deteraln atioa of purpose and industry Jnt MM lVibffof la hla Jortyeixth yew Taylor is not a mat to MOBty in lUe Siata where wait awhile Tiiwf a primtiiftjpflMB obtain mere ftaiw wov until be haa dwlded what hla duly la aad geta ready but whan ha does wwiiiiiinrititifflli rtatn hainili nf soak up Ma nlgd what hla daty is aad a jjaaJy tfi 9rfotm It there la not la- m In mil V MiiMilrr to torn kiia 1 oeify aonilmdi aI Pr WalpP TiW taonkattoa with tha outaida world fcj BsssaB atpssa Another Important suit managod ay vPJP rtrt It tha Attorney Gaawal wm tk Mtat Onm flw aod Ua social condition MBHk UHUklUaUthDH- - eaaa of the Ctoauoaawwilto a feft La aapceta of n xJ m lawyra and pabMo bm tow ittfBoaftiUfioh of thenaever the urrouadiug whor Abraham Ua anUy twtttfy Tha record of hit offloa saottw YftffLt 0Mtttiw4 la probably taviua ltftt Kallwajf OotwMy Al ewoofrim faia o Uta BaiMvajM before m Har of taiOourtol Apsali aad of tut Su the was txrrn 44 bTfea Ho 1 bain awg w ttfI Tho principles laid down in Gen Taylors contentions wero carried through many local cases and have made the At- Â¬ torney Generals office a buttress of practical strength to tho States affairs While party platforms are adorned with crude generalities about corporations and Senator Goebels stump speeches abound with threata of hla intentions towards them it is interesting to observe how Gen Taylor in the quiet pursuance ot his duty has forced corporations to bear their proportion of taxation under the laws as he found them in force and to lay down the special exemptions be Â¬ hind which they had entrenched them- Â¬ selves An Important illustration was his successful fight f gainst the Southern Pacific Company This companys char- Â¬ ter authorized it to own railroad stocks bonds to lease own and operate rail- Â¬ roads Thousands of dollars wero sub- Â¬ scribed to this corporation by New York capitalists notable among them being the railway magnate Huntington The company leased many railroads in the West and bought the stocks and bonds of many others It had never paid a dollar of taxes from tho time of its cre- Â¬ ation until Gen Taylors term of office commenced He held that under the tax laws of the State that company should be assessed His view in this regard was doubted by many eminent lawyers of the State but having given the matter an exhaustive investigation he instituted suit In the Franklin Cir- Â¬ cuit Court for the purpose of recovering penalties agoinBt the company in order to compel it to list That great corporation was represented by very able attor Â¬ neys including Messrs Humphrey Davie of the Louisville bar but finally realizing there was no alternative except to list or be mulcted with penalties the company did report to the Board of Val uation and was assessed for each year 1000000 beginning with 1893 on worth of property from which Bource nearly 33000 of taxes have been realized already and it will so continue to pay as long as its charter exists In 1892 the Legislature passed an act requiring the State Board of Valuation and Assessment to assess for taxation the franchises of the various railroads of the State Under the law it seems each railroad in the State made annually to the Auditor a report of all its property Auditor Norman and his associates on the board decided notwithstanding the law that the railroads were not liable for a franchise tax and hence none was assessed during their administration Shortly after Gen Taylors term of office commenced he discovered the fact and at once said to tho members of the pres- Â¬ ent board that the railroads were liable under the law for this franchise tax and that it was the duty of tbo board to Tho roads for make the assessment some time resisted and insisted that the rulings of tho old board on the subjct were correct The present board fol- Â¬ lowing the written opinion of Gen Tay- Â¬ lor finally made an assessment for each year since the present administration began As soon as the assessments had been made complete the railroads of the State yielded and without even offering resistance in the courts paid into the State Treasury franchise taxes aggrega Â¬ ting about 220000 Another important case successfully prosecuted was that instituted agalnet tho Frankfort Chair Company which finally resulted after the most stubborn litigation through all the court in a recovbry of and payment into the State Treasury of about 00000 The chair company was represented by Senator Lindsay Judge Pryor T L Edelen and W M Smith the Btate was represented ny General Taylor lone In this case tho Btate achieved an Important victory not only on ac- Â¬ count ot the large sum involved but be- Â¬ cause ot tho vital principals ot law to be determined as well In this case for the first time in the history of this State the Appellate Court held that debtors of the State could not plead in satisfaction of their indebtedness set offj this too not Â¬ withstanding the fact that thousands of dollars of indebtedness to the Btate bad heretofore been extinguished in various lltlatlona by such pleas Not before In tbe history ot the State had auy auit in volving so great an amount been prose anted in behalf of the State hy an AtÂ¬ torney General without OMtatant eoun Â¬ Â¬ St John Boyle the State finally succeed Â¬ ing in securing the payment into the treasury of over 70000 In 1817 a number of corporations in Tenneesee instituted suit in the United States District Court beforo Judge Clark seeking to enjoin tho collection of taxes on over 70 per cent of their valuation alleging as reasons therefor that other personal property and lands of that State had not been listed at more than 70 per cent of their cash value In this caso the corporations succeeded in pro Â¬ curing tho injunction and Tennessee lost thousands of dollars of taxes Borne cor- Â¬ porations in Kentucky encouraged by tbo success of thoso in Tennessee insti tuted similar sulfa against the Kentucky Board of Valuation and Assessment in tho United States Court and they wero referred to arid tried by Judgo Clark bo fore whom notwithstanding he had sus- Â¬ tained tho corporations in thoTenneasoe codes and that many features of which wero exact parallels of thoso of the Ken- Â¬ tucky cases Gon Taylor won the cases for Kentucky and tho injunctions were dismissed H1b success was attributable to his thorough work in getting up proof as Io tho assessments in this State It he had pursued the course followed by the Attorney General of Tennessee Ken- Â¬ tucky would have doubtless lost tho suit and thousands of dollars worth of taxes In Tennessee the Attorney General re lied alone on the law of the case while in Kentucky Gen Taylor most thorough- Â¬ ly prepared his case and by great effort sustained his contention with an abun dance of proof It would be difficult to determine the exact amount of taxation recovered into the treasury of Kentucky and directly attributable to Taylors efforts It is safe to say however that it does not fall bo low 350000 and it is estimated it will aggregate nearly half a million dollars for the term of ofllco Aa large as the sum is it is dwarfed into insignificance when comparod with the benefits to ac- Â¬ crue to the State hereafter necessarily resulting from tho decisions already obtained and the construction of rights won by Gen Taylors indomitable cour- Â¬ age and application Â¬ Good Values FOB YOU AT THE Eclipse Grocery Company 17 pounds Sugor Lion Cofioo Prunes 00 10c 05o 15o lOo 2CansPolkfl Corn Fresh Salmon MuBtard Sardinos Caromel Drip Syrup Quart Jar Jelly Bottlo Pickles Greon Coffeo Counlry Bacon 3 Bars Toilet Soap 100 Dozen GlasB Tumblers 08o 10c lOo 05o 10c 074o 10c 1 porset lOo Wo have many other things in tho grocery lino you need and eeo us Grst Call WM I GROCERY CO HARDINSBTJRG KY iiT 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in early life There are cxoeptlonB to the rule but they are so few in num ber that they do not count Once in a while we find oven a poor man struggling day and night for the means to keep np hia family and yet through mistaken affection suffering his bops to lonngo abont in good clothes and spend money which ought to go to pay his just dabts What shall we Bay of him except that he needs a gvardlan and of bis sons except that they need a fathei Chrie tian Advocate Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a a dried sputa ono wuuc mixed with the dust and blown into the air is inlialcd by some luckless man or woman Sanita Â¬ tion may mini Â¬ mize theee perils obliterate them but can never 1 Wis are glad that Bro Rutledgo changed bis mind last Sunday and preached a common sense evory-day-lthe week thoroughly practical sermon instead of a doctrinal sorinon as he said ho had intended to preach The thought lie threw out along tho lines of church workils obligations and dutiep were far more helpful to tho average church member than the best doctricnal Bro Kutledga sermon ever preached believes in honesty in politics and does not hesitate to condomn the present day methods of putting forward any kind of a man in any old way and say that you havo to support him because hes the party nominee whether you want to or not Ho believes that good pure christian men ought to be at tho head of af fairs of state and its tho fault of the christian people if they are not put there Bro Rutledge is right and deserves cred- Â¬ it for speaking as he does If we had more preachers with his hack bone we would soon have purer and better men at the head of affairs in both parties Â¬ cate every per 80 n to the knowledge that the germ can find no permanent lodg ment in a healthy body Keep the blood die stomach and other organs of igestion and nutrition in sound health and you are practically germ proof This disease resisting condition is obÂ¬ tained by the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It purifies the blood 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paper covers or 31 stamps for cloth binding Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y ADDITIONAL LOCAL New goods arriving dally at the City Bakery Ice cream and soda water at the City Bakery L T Martin and wife Fordovillo we e in the city Monday Fancy and staple groceries alwayHpure and fresh at the City Bakery Mrs Henry Waggoner of Hitea Run made this office a pleasant call Tuesday Edward Dilllon and Charley Scott of Hardinsburg were in the city Sunday When passing by drop in and make your head quarters at the city Bakery Miss Ruth Graham of Louisville is visiting the family of Mr and Mrs A B Sklllman Do not neglect your dog license It should be attended to at once to avoid trouble and coats Wm Mullen will spend Sunday at Owensboro He will be accompanied borne by his sister Miss Stella Judge James It Skillman went to Hard- Â¬ insburg yesterday on legal business W S Bowmer accompanied him Mrs Williams of Henderson is stop Â¬ ping at the Napper hotel Her husband is night operator at the shops We do repairs on watches clocks jew- Â¬ elry ect in a correct manner at right prices bring your work to F N DHuy Miss Annie Pate who has been visiting Mat the family of Mr and Mrs O B tingly has returned to her homo at Gar- Â¬ field Property Sold 8 B Adkisson sold to Nathan Mercer one house and lot on Chestnut Consideration 120 On street Display The bloomer girls have sent to Mana Â¬ ger Hall of the Cloverport Base Ball Club their photographs They are per- Â¬ fectly exquisite A Large Mr R N Mies Annie Payne visited Mrr 81 Pate her sister last week Mrs Plggott and children were visit lngin Hanllnsburg lrtsl week Mies Dink Price of Brandenburg b the guest of Miss Alberta Drury Mr and Mrs It M Jollv nnd family woro guests at Dewey Heights Sunday W II Call 8r attonded church at Rosotta 8unday This is his favorite plow to go Mr and Mrs Iilanford wero visitors of Mrs R J 0ln of Irvington Saturday morning Mrs Mary Munford is inChlcaao visa Â¬ ing Mrs Lzze Pusey She will be gjno all summer The trustees her havo employed John Jarrett and Msa Mona Hunter to teach the next term of eonool M bees Wllln Drury and Maiy Henry aro in Brandenburg having a good time with some young friendf Mrs Nannie Williams is in New York t spend several weeks with Mrs Dora Harrison her daughter Miss Mollio Clarkson of Louisville camn down Wednesday to make an ex Â¬ tended visit to Mrs Tobn Cox Tho threshing machine left tho neigh- Â¬ borhood Saturday A good many have not throshod though and wheat is dam Â¬ aging Mrs Frakcs remains a guest of rela tivep While she stays she sponds the davs around among her friends who enjoy It Mrs Vertreese and two children of Elizhethtown aro visiting Mrs Abe Giofs nnd other relatives They wore gueBta of aunt Anna Drury Sunday lhe hot weather just past though not quite so warm as at othor times was about as disagreeable as comes to us folk- - So with the change of July 30th came a relielf truly delightful Misses Ida Shumate Hattio McCoy Gola Orendorf and Ollle Payne accom- Â¬ panied by R J Jordun and Sam Gross visited Mr and Mrs Charlie Gross who live between Hardinsburg and Clover port several days last week During their stay they went to town and had their pictures taken Mr and Mr Constance of Louisville recently visited Mrs Lucy Hern That they enjoyed their Btay is an assured fact for time spent in so beautiful a home could bring naught but delight In the summertime Little Mary Heron age eleven months Is a lovely treasure of the household and n delight to visitors Golden JtoD eaa It be that an immortal son the spoken word of God ever be lest First voter asks who Is right regarding m Would suggest the political question LONMflf FOR LIFE that lie is capable for himself Do not let anyone not oven Story of th Wreck of tha Ship Democratic ancestor dictate or do his Loch Sloy thinking for him Let party sontlmont go be fret 0 think Judge and act for himself Lot UB hnvo honor in politics THREE WEEKS OF ACUTE TORTURE as in other thing ol investigating S S S GOES TO THE BOTTOM It In ovory Promptly Reaches the Seat demonstrates test superiority over othor Its blood romcdlos It mattors not how ob gtlnato the case nor what other treatof all Blood Diseases and ment or remedies hnvo failed 8 S 8 mndo 8 8 8 easily Â¬ BIG SPRING J W Hardin waB in Vine Grove Sun- Â¬ day Mrp Jaoob has returnod to Hor homo in Louisville Miss Maud Doran la visiting relatives at Glendale Misa Mabel Collio of Louisville Is here visiting relatives John D Moador made a flying trip to Stophensburg Thursday II Meyerand little daughter Jennie went to Louisville Sunday Robert McGufiln was hero Thursday calling on our merchants fho threshing machine has just made Its appearance In this valley Ohas Moorman will begin his school at Constantinp Monday July list MifH Martha Wolf after a two weeks stay with her sister returned home Sun Â¬ Women Climbed to the HlaKlntr When the Sjilp Win boomed nnd Citing to the Mnsts n the Wreck Planned Into the Ben It was In January that the Loch Bloy galled from Glasgow In comninnd tot Captain Nlcliol with a crew of 5 ap Â¬ prentices 12 able seamen 2 lallmakers Mrs a cook a carpenter and a boy and Nlchol accompanied her haribaud Car the other DnMenaors were Mr Cistern Hudson civil engineer of the Henderson route is building near the depot a large cistern Mr Edward Whitehead has the contract New Brick Works There is a movement on foot to or- Â¬ ganize a company to start the manufacture of brick on the Haygood land about one half mile from this city Â¬ BALLTOWN Typhoid fever has claimed several victims In this locality Mies Pearl Ball of Jollys Station was the guest of Miss Beatrice ThuI last week Mrp Lucy Pate of Beech day Mr and Mrs James Hamed went xto Stlthton Saturday to visit her Bister Mrs Hagan Mrs Jennie Wallace of Louisville Is bore visiting her aunt Mrp A W Clarkson Mr Lylo Casey and wife and little Jessie- Barrett of Owensboro are visiting V R Moorman Dock Springato nnd wifo was here Sat- Â¬ urday and Sunday the guests of hor par Â¬ ents Mr and Mrs Kit Martin Mrc Lucy Richardson of Vine Grove who has been the guest of Mr John Richardson returned home Sunday Mr John Walton returned home Fri day from Rome Ky where he baa been stopping with his sister Mrs Dr Ray Asher Graham of Murray Ky arriyi d last Tuesday and he and his wife neo Via Herr will leave for their home Wednesday Mrs Dr Smock and daughter Miss Margarettnnd Miss Nell Slaughter of Elodgenvihe are visiting their aunt Mrs L Strother Mr and Mrp Will Hnngarland of Lou- Â¬ isville were here the guests of her par onto Mr and Mrs Jess Clarkeon last Saturday and Sunday tridge Captain nnd Mrs Lclcostcr John Lamb WalUr Logan and James Klrh patrick Ill luck pursued the ihlp from the tart says a correspondent of the New Storms alternated with York World appalling seasons of fog and were fol lowed by lenkoRes and a train of mis Â¬ haps When Kangaroo island wan sight ed the ships people set up a shout Of Joy Had the island been sighted a few hours sooner tho wreck could have been avoided The lack of a lighthouse was the chief cause of the disaster It was in the middle of the mates watch on the morning of May 0 Land hoi shouted the lookout The crew were sunning themselves un Â¬ der the Ice rail enjoying a cup of coffee after the hard work of the storm The ship was going like a race horse Break Â¬ ers loomed tip ahead amid the eddying seas Bout ship shouted the captain and all hands Jumped for the halyards The helm was thrown hard a port but It was The ship bumped heavily too late ripped open and before a boat could be cast loose she was among the breakers and swept clean by the wicked waters every moment She had struck against a treacherous reef The knowledge that the ship was doom ed and that all lives were In danger spread over the ship with mysterious Passengers and crew silent swiftness and white faced struggled to save themselves by climbing the rigging Tho women trembling with the horror The of It all climbed to the mlzzentop matos seven of the crew and the three passengers followed when they could Others clambered to the mainmast nud foremaBt In three minutes the mainmast fell with Those a crash over tho weather sldo who had been clinging to It were plunged into the sea Wave after wave ate away tho good ships strength till her supports crumbled and gave way The foremast toppled and fell A few minutes later the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ who has had oxponenee with knntra thnt thnrft ftM HO ail ments or troubles bo obstinato nnd difficult to euro Very fow remedies claim to euro such xoal deep seated blood diseases as 8 8 8 cures and nono cart offer Buch incontrovertible ovidoncoof merit 8 8 8 Is not merely a tonioft is a euro I It goes down to tho vory seat of all blood diseases and gets at tho foundation of tno very worst casoi and routs tho poison from tho systoin It does riot like other remedies dry up the poison and hldo It from view temporarily only to break forth again moro violently thanovor 8 8 8 forces out every traco of taint and rids tho system of it forever Somo years MrsT WLee Montgomery Ala writes ago I was inoculated with poison by a nurse who infected my bbo with blood taint I was covorcd with sores and ulcers from head to foot and in my great oztremity I prayed to die Several prominent physicinns treated me but all to no purpose The mercury and potash which thoy mo seemed to add fuel to tho awful flame which was ovouringmo I was advised by friends who had seen wonderful cures made by it to try 8wifts Specific I im- Â¬ proved from the start as tho medicino seemed to go direot to the cause of tho troublo and force tho poison out Twenty v9BHsWkw Dottles cured mo completely Swifts Hpecillc Klrvnil illofinnoa Cures the Worst Gases nlwfcva nrnmntlv rnafthnfl nnd CUrOS any dlBonso where tho blood is In any way involved Evoryone i - Is tho only remedy that It guaranteed purely vegetnblo and contains no mercury potash arsenlo or any other mineral or chemical It never falls to cure 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published that we advise sending orders in ad- Â¬ As many copies as may be desired can be had on ona coupon vance provided fifteen cents is sent for eaoh copy Write name and address plainly and remit in coin or postage stamps i P M Riglon of Louisville represent Â¬ ing the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance society of Kentucky was here several days last week and this week Miss Gertie Williams of Norfork Va who who has been visiting Miss Z dma Stroth- Â¬ Fork has been critically ill for sometime is er left for Louisville Saturday where she will remain a few days before reslowly improving Miss Melvlna Walker near Jollys turning horn1 Â¬ TO BREGkCENRtDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT For the enclosed remittance of K cents send mp copies of the ADMIRAL DEWEY PORTRAIT in colors as described in todayn paper Name Date Address W -- Yflll ouKut to know that when suffer I jn from any kidney trouble that a safe sure remedy is Foleys Kidney Cure Guaranteed or money refunded A R Fisher Cloverport E A Witt Hardinsburg Will Build Mr H V Duncan has purchased of Mrs Rose Wntkins 50 feet of ground ad- Â¬ joining her residence on Wall street Consideration 400 Mr Duncan hopes to commence building at once In Ills darden Â¬ Jesse Weatherholt was real red in the face Monday its redness was produced by the appearance of a ravinoua cow in his garden Saturday night She deyoured nearly everything in sight Ceremonial Tubes Jo LaHeist who probably is the greatest cave and relic hunter in the State has in his possession two ceremonial tubes He does not know the history of them but is confident they are valua- Â¬ ble Thou 0 Blair proprietor of tho famous Baskett coal mines was in town Satur Â¬ day looking after his coal business in this city Mayor James Lay and wife form- ely of Stephensport aro in the city They are stopping at the home of Mr and Mrs Eugene Haynes Wo have just received a full line of spectacles and Lenses and aro prepared to fit your eyes We will test eyes free of charge FN DHuy Miller of Hardinsburg was here Wm yesterday visitiug his daughter Mrs Dr He went from here to Han Lightfoote cock County to remain several days Mrs R E Turpln who has been the guest of Mrs R N Hudson will leaye today for an extended stay at Anchorage Miss Nellie Gregory will accompany her if Misses Magglo Baker Hardinsburg Bettie Lawson Hawsville and Messrs Morris Jolly Iryington and Allen Mur- Â¬ Lunglrritation ray Hardinsburg formed a party and is the forerunner to consumption Dr Bells will cute it and spent Sunday at tho Tar Springs give strength to the lungs that a cough Mr A G Murphy prosident Logan or cold will not settle there Twenty Female College at Russellyillo was here five cent at all good druggists yesterday Mr Murphy bos been coming to thia town for years in the Interest of Dr Bruner To Locate Here his school He is much gratified over Dr B L Bruner of Clarkson station his prospects and will get a good show of patronage from this town and county Grayson county is in the city Dr Bruner will In all probability make Mr Roland Smith of Stephensport this city his home He comes highly who conducts the most popular hostlory recommended as a physician and during along the Ohio was in tho city last the war was one of the Burgeons in the Thursday He was accompanied by 4th Kentucky under Col Murray Misses Raloigh and Iaaacs of Louisville who are spending the summer at his Pine flanuscrlpt fashionable quarters We are printing a set of ordinances for Dog license are now due and should the town of Hardinsburg The manu Â¬ be paid at Once Part of Sec 8 reads as script Is the noatest and finest work in follows Any person who shall own penmanship that has ever come to this possess or harbor or have tho care of any office Mr Thomas McGIU Brecken dog without having a proper license ridge countys expert penman did the check therefore shall upon conviction excellent writing be fined not less than one nor more than twenty dollars for each offense Oxford College President In Town Pine-Tar-Hon- Station was visiting her sister Mis Anna Taul last week Wheat threshing is nearing a comple- Â¬ tion The yield will not average CO per cent of last years crop Mrs Alice Furrow and daughter Miss Cora of Jewel Creek wero guests at Mrs Vain Pates Saturday night Mr and Mrs Peyton Eskridge Mr and Mrs Marion Hambleton and Mrs Riley Hawkins went to Grayson county Sunday to visit relatives Tho great competition that is existing here in the way of ice cream and lemo- Â¬ nade festivities is attracting considerable attention We hope though no trouble Is anticipated The people of this community will not be offended if neighbor visits are not communicated The News will not publish that which is not interesting to all of its readers The recent rain fall has been worth thousands of dollars to the farmers and has encouraged them to proceed with their work in good spirits It has helped both corn and tobacco Rev Richards of near Fordsvllle and pastor at Iisgab who was sent to Har- Â¬ dins School house by the Missionary board to conduct a series of meeting closod there last Wednesday night with several additions to the various churches Â¬ Dim Tulmao Siiit cud RnioVo tuurl He Am a jr To quit tobacco easily and foreter If mag actic full of life nerve and vigor tuUo the wonder worker thnt tnaltei weak men strong All druggists 60c ortl Cure guaran Booklet and sample free Address teed Sterling Remedy Co Chlcaco or Now York - TURNING TO BONE Strange Pate ot Aaron Palmer New York IToBpltal ntt a LOGAN COLLEGE Russolville h e m m ml fe iV Dr Foy Walker president of the Ox- Â¬ I Dr IIobbsSMrafrairilUeureill ford College at Oxford O spont Satur- - pUfree Add fite llim UuinixJjCoCtilosfoor law iY day here circulating among his friends and former acquaintances lie Is an en- - ADDITIONAL HARDINSBURG ihafttlc educator and la possessed of strong personalities lie will more than Jlkely seoure a good patronage from Mlsa Mattle Hook Is visiting Miss this town Alice Daker A number of young people took supper Have You a Photograph at Lakeland Park Monday evening Knight the photogjjjW last offer Mlesea Addle K and Clara Eakrldge Jaa bargains in first aSes ptotures It is gave a social last Monday mgbt in honor opportunity for flrsCoIaas work that of their visitors Messrs Guy and Lyman lid not be missed The rule holds Williams of Hartford Everyone was geed la photography In any other bus- - highly pleased su vantage ox 11 now ana gee mesa a good photograph for fa small sum of money before the opportunity is lost mwwmUMiiWi Burtti Knight la here tt hla pM quarters and NgMtaft f kidney Ills Haw Are Tear Kidney ue u o mFOVLXJL T0 -- fHtvMdtitlvyakkVttwirk ol 4At j Aaron Palmer the man undergoing ossification of all his soft tissues at Ford ham hospital says the New York Jour- Â¬ nal has a unique existence these hot weary summer days ub he lies stoically watching the slow process of extinction which is converting him into the simili- Â¬ tude of a statue The only thing that can gtve real In- Â¬ terest to hie life now beyond the agonis Â¬ ing calculation as to bow far off death may be is the eager curiosity of scien Â¬ tists as to his case Probably no patient who has ever soÂ¬ journed in a New York hospital has been the object of so much learned attention as he has Yet even this may seem flat stale and unprofitable to him tn the overshadow Â¬ ing presence of the infinito problem of an after existence Aaron Palmer is reasonably cheerful He does not under the circumstances complain he does not bemoan his fate There is a certain compensation in bis malady It lessens the nervous sensibili- Â¬ ty Those parts which it has begun to metamorphose are painless lie lies in a state of physical drowsiness that is the body consciousness is vague and Every thing was pleasant and peacea- Â¬ faint although the mind may still be ble at the picnic here Saturday with the alert and keen Every muscle even where ossification exception of a few intemperate boys has not yet declared Itself has lost some- Â¬ The rain caused the crowd to disperse thing of Its elasticity The movement earlier than they would causing the pro-Â¬ of the Jaws In eating Is heavy and forced prietors to lose a good profit on their lie Is fed with the greatest regularity and as frequently as Is compatible with goods the proper administration of medicine to him The assimilating function of the body must be made to resist its Inevita- Â¬ McQUADY ble arroataflon as long as possible Ii his case the digestive apparatus Is the very citadel of life Where la Battletown It Is odd to think that this man who Our M Ds are not very busy now is rapidly turning Into atone calcareous health being unusually good in this stone for bone Is chiefly lime should have appetite but he has He U chiefly community No supplied with faTlnaceoat foods John Mingus and Miss Vlrele Falls meats or pastries are offered him For breakfast be is allowed a small were married last Sunday taking a trip to Oannelton to have the ceremony per- Â¬ howl of oatmeal and milk a piece of toast and sometimes a cup ot coeoa formed Ilia luncheon consists of a glass of milk and n little fruit Ills dinner is very The Bates Milling Company have ad tied an addition to their mill also a coat much the same as breakfast except that occatdotiully he is permitted to take a ot paint wiilcn improves tne general apl small quantity ot beef tea pearance of our little town Palmer when In full health was of The weather is quite cool and pleasant large frame and powerful build Is TodayÂ¬ his limbs are shriveled and h abso after the hot disagreeable days of last lutely helpless He Is treated every day week while the corn and other orops by the massage method and with elcc trleity repeated currents of whloh are were greatly benefited brthe rains passed through the ossified portions of Hiljama East ot Bmeeden Oiled Bro his body The chief internal remedy given him Wisaa appointment here Saturday and Sunday evening services conducted by is bichloride of gold the cost of which 1 Â¬ nbout S1 6Q a single doss He Is llav J T Keenan of Jefferson City Mo ably the moat expensive patient prob ever treoted In the charity department of the Water melons huve struck oar town New York but the Melanolestes Piclpea the terrible city ofmany years For Palmer was a sufferer kissing bug has not reached us ye from rheumatism and drank heavily for which we are truly thankful If he Is Four months ago bis extremities began any worse than the old fashioned bed to ossify At drat he noticed a slight stiffening of hU Joint Tb disease bug made rapid progress and In a few weeks And o Itobt Jngersoli the orator be wm unable to walk The limbs that post tad pellUelan has jaweed to the have become hardened are as trm and are i stiff aa Iron white m w ttwt a man bars aa marble TUycut sawed or burn Â¬ Hmiumw Ttwy might be elootM Wi aihJ sy mphtle awl ed wlUttttt JUa MVtfftaaxMdtt For lhe Higher Education of Gins nnd Young Wo- Â¬ men Euildine large and well equip ped Faculty graduates of the great Colleges and Universities Superior advan Â¬ tages in Music Art Elocution and Ancient and Modern Languages Address Founded in 1840 1 Ky A G MURPHY War President cuNonro in desperation to tub mabt mluen went carrying all with It and ths last hope ot saving the ship vanished For tho drowning men nnd women there Tho hugs seemed only death ahead waves were battering tho ships fragments against the reef and land was a mile away T seized a lifebelt said William J Simpson an apprentice and one of the survivors and I remember nothing else till I found myself floating on some wreckage and the shore not far away I managed to cling to some rocks where I found Mitchell McMillan and Kirk Patrick We picked up a case of whisky and somo cans of herring and got from them the strength to make our way to a cave on tho shore For three weeks the surviving men led an existence of Increasing torture The only wonder Is thnt they did not die Occasional rain gave them their only relief and they grew so thin from lack of food that they were literally masses of bones On May 27 they found a gully ot water and the next day somewhat revived Mitchell and Simpson started out to make their way along the coast leaving Kirk patrlck too helpless to move from sick Â¬ ness and oxhanstlon In a day or two the two brave scouts came upon Capo Bcrda lighthouse There was no one to help them but they had no strength to go farther 80 they slept within Its shelter and subsisted upon such food as they could find until thcywcrc rescued by chance last week The tough dry grass that grew here and there in little clumps noar the lighthouse wus devoured eager Â¬ ly by the famished men Horrible as it seoms thoy were glad to seize for food the dead penguins which they found there or the bits of shellttah long washed ashore This wretched sustenance how eror was almost worse than none and the men could burely have lived another day had they not been found and cared for Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ At n tlmo when Mr Lincoln was ur aer grcit mental stress during tho civil war Mr George 11 Ycainan then con Â¬ gressman from Kontucky called upon him and thus describos tho occasion In the Now York Tribune Tho president was alone at his deak hard at work and tho congressman promptly ottered to rotlro and call Lincoln I 9AisVsvwvn9m THESE ARE THE DAYS Not too warm nor yet too cold but just the temperature to give one that glad happy leoTing While youre In this Jortunate condition come in and have some high art photosrapbs taken i again 3W No sold Lincoln through Bhortly alt down Ill bo Â¬ Tresontly his llttlo eon partly open ed tho door Papa said ho mamma Bays tho company will soon assemble Plcaso bo Tho congressman rose seated woll get to it directly said Lincoln Ho continued his work Hla face was very grave It showed anxiety and melancholy Indescribable Disasters had como In tho Held and It was not all harmony among his Bupporturs Vory soon his barber cnino In and again tbo congressman offered to retire No eald Lincoln Just excuse mo ono moment no got up throw off his coat seated himself In ono chair and stretched his long logs across another Tho harbor lathered his faco and com- Â¬ menced stropping a razor Whon that was ovor tbo prosident turned his head and gently asked Now what can I dor t KNIGHTS ARE THE BEST SWWWWVtSVX I Biff Oils Is n scandal I There Is no Â¬ body hero to oxplatn things And you 7 Who aro you The whole thing roads llko an Incl dont from a comic opera Dut It Is a perfectly Moral translation from the i am tho prisoner sir paper mentioned It wh Tho congressman told his mission considered kindly decided cor rectly and he wont his way Wo uood not compnro this with tho court eti- Â¬ quette of omporors and kings nor ask If Washington or Adams or even Jof forsou would have bo received a visÂ¬ itor on business bat It wad what Abra ham Lincoln did Â¬ Ho Answered It Tho following story Is told of how Thomas B Itccd was admitted tb the bar In California Mr Ileod was being examined as to his qualification for tho law alongwltb sovoral compaplens The question Was the legal tender act In your opinion con8titutpnj -- was I mm JLtA 1 t M fa J 1 iii Bonis Ona Had to 8 tor The story below Is from El Dlartp an Argentina newspapor published In Bpanlsh The anecdote ltold of a pris Â¬ on in a provincial town In Argentina No one knows the unbearable torture An employe was to whoso duty the peculiar and agonizing pain oaused Inspect them arrived lato at It night at pile unless they have Buffered from one of them and asked a ragged by them Many believe them Incurable gauchV who opened the door where This la a mistake Proper treatment the ohlef of police wan will cure them TABLSRS BU0KEY1 Tlw ohlef air ho atwwdred 1Jvs riLK OINTMENT is nn infallible cure at his farm three or four leagues Frlft 60 els In bottles tubes 7A ots A oft lie seldom coines rt And tho second ot police f P Fiahsr The second has not ooine for some Farm Journal for the balance of 1800 time sir The poor mart has hla wife and all of 1000 1801 lOOfi and 1008 pear Â¬ UL- ly five years to every eubecrlber who And the officer of the guard will ray one yar In advance for the He has been Invited to a dance News No bster farm BnBCiuxBimJK And the gendarmes paper than the Farm Journal This off The gejularoea uk tattg tit r la only made to a limited narabtr duty at tt p m M feat lilt the first who eonie forward Si mat to Mr Rood Tho young man bealUtpd ns well he might fpr oven the Jufees ny of tho supreme court bad pent weary days hearing arguments on it at particular question and after once deÂ¬ ciding that It was uucomUtutloual aft Â¬ erward reversed their decision While the young man hesitated the Judge turned to Mr Reed saying WMt do you think Mr Reed was ye aet ooa aslcod of tho candidate slttlngxt - stttutlonair It was replledlr Reed without moments hesitation Very good was the reply you admitted to the bar Any wan who can answer offhand a questfoe that still pudding the supreme eourt of the Halt ed States Is certainly pre eminently qualified to praetlce law before this court Washington Letter CASTORIA Isfituti u4 For OWUm Tin Jet M Ym the fti 4tttS togti ti rtitV fftyMrteweof fi i W- h -- L - sMatagag dMtMfift t f JrsHi iWiisiftiiiffri JSJL j SJ-