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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALJU VOL XXIV Democratic Convention Called At a meeting of tho Democratic Com mitloo of Breckenridgo county a Dele Â¬ gate Convention was called to meet at August 28th ilardinsburg Monday 1800 at 2 oclock p m standard time to nominate a candldato for the Legisla Â¬ ture Delegates to said convention to be selected as follows The Democrats in each voting precinct in the county shall assemble at their voting place Saturday August 20th at 2 oclock p m standard time and select delegates to attend the County Convention as here in beforo Each precinct shall be en montioned entitled to one delegate for every fifty votes or fraction over 25 cast for W J Bryan for president When a voting place has been formed since the Bryan vote such precinct will be entitled to one delegate for each fifty or fraction over 25 votes cast for the Hon D H Smith for Congress All known Democrats all those who voted for W J Bryan and all others who will support the nominee of the County Conuty Convention are entitled to parti- Â¬ cipate in the precinct meetings and are invited to be present and take part in these meetings The precincts are entitled respective- Â¬ ly to the following number of delegates HardinsDurg No 1 4 delegates delegates No delegates No Cloverport No 1 1 delegate delegates No delegates No Mooh y ville 2 delegates Union Star 3 delegates Stephensport 2 delegates Webster 4 delegates IrUugton 2 delegates Bewleyvil e 2 delegates Big Springs 1 delegate Custer 4 delegates Hudsonville 3 delegates Glendeane 2 delegates Rock Vale 2 delegates 3 delegates McDauielB Balltown 2 delegates The precinct committee men to call the precnet conventions to order in their respective precincts and act as chairman of said meeting THH NELWS THATS FIT TO PRINT NO 4 CLOVEKPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9 1899 ROBERTS AND COKE FARMERS INSTITUTE Is Will Meet Here August Of Every Farmer The Duty To Attend v QUEEN THE FAVORITE Contemplated Fox Chase Meade County ENTRY fleet With Fine Encouragement for the BN College Prof Roborts and Milton Coke who have charge of tho Breckenridgo Normal Cdlegoat Hardlneburg for the ensuing- year have just returned from a tour over a part of Meade and Breckenrldge counties and they report very flittering encouragement for a fine school at Har Â¬ dlneburg this fall The session opona the first Monday In September and Mr Roberts insured a News man that tho opening attendance this fall would bo much larger than at any tlmo previous in tho history of the institution Theso men are first class educators and their united effort to build up a fine school at Hardlneburg should meet with the co- Â¬ operation of the people especially of Breckenridgo county Tho News feels an interest in the suc- Â¬ cess of the Hardinaburg colli ge and wo see uo reason why the town should not be made a first claes college town educa Roberts and Coke are tors and wide awake active men and If the institution is not a success whilo they are in charge it will not be for want of activity on their part A QALA EVENT Mr and Mrs R N 24It in Miller En- Â¬ Royal Powder V BSOUUTEEVsrHJRE novAi nwtia power tertain in Honor of Their Quests The Yard Was Brilliantly Illumlnoted With Fancy Japanese Lanterns - Makes the food more delicious and wholesome eo m M romc FIVE DOLLAR FEE Good And Valuable Ideas Are Gained By Attending Those Meetings JUDQE JAMES R SKILLMAN HARDINSBURG There Is a great and growing interest in these meetings and farm education in this section Expect a good attendance from the arrens and also sister Meade Why sir the Interest extends away out and firing has actually begun along the picket line Mrs Grinnell modest ly and intell gently writing at length on sheep and by the nay sho knowB what she is talking about too I take tfiis opportunity to extend her an invi Â¬ tation to attend our meeting and sit in tho amon corner Burch over at Then there is Mr Paynesville who has located the enemy to a certainty and turned loose his artil lery in loii woeka News I do not know LrBurcy but his letter is nothing but sjnse from beginning to end and will do giod Show tho farmers the light and tteycan go to it but must grope in darkness until thoy do see the ligttt This light is knowledge and with knowledge comes new views of things The farmer is looking in the wrong di- Â¬ rection for his help lie has been taught that he needs a change in politics when in reality he needs only what Mr Burch was alluding to knowledge We all have much to learn about this business farming and there is no place so good for us to learn as at the far- Â¬ mers meetings for the table is full of knowledge and there is no danger of tho farmers mind starving What shall it profit a man if he saves 1 by not attending institute meetings and loses 10 in bis next years farm products Tho sole object of these meetings is to convert erring brethern to rational We do not expect Fourth of methods July orations nor professorship language when a farmer gets up to talk for we do not want it but want plain common sanse experienco told in ones own style This is the farmers day the farmers meeting PoliMpians will find more congenial company elsewhere and persons desiring to announce themselves as candidates can never do it from our stand Dr P W FOOTE Pres Irvington Ky Long Branch and fluldraugh Parties to Race tor a 50 Purse There is some talk of a big fox chase beinft arranged for a 5 entree fee 0 each pick out of packs of dogs owned by and some West Point Muldrnugh Long Branch parties They want a They crack at tho notorious Queen will got it if it ever comes off The pot will amount to about 50 which will go Queen at to the fastest and beat dog present has six little puppies that will have to be disposed of before it can be arranged HENRY KOEHLER COflPANY 22 32 22 33 Lumber Dealers of Louisville 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 SOUTHERN EXPOSITION To Be Held in the Orand Central Palace New York Oct 31 to Nov 35 1899 Â¬ J Whitworth Chairman Democratic County Com ElCHAlID ADKIS30K Secretary Dont Totiacco Slt mid Smolo Tour Ufo Aunj To quit tobacco easily and forever to ma uetlc full or lit s nerve and vigor take the wonder worker that makes weak men itrong All druggists Wo or II Cure guaranteed Booklet and sample free Address Sterling Remedy Co Cntcoso or New York Â¬ Ik Program Meade and Breckenrldge Farmers Institute Qloverport Ky Wheat Culture Sam Baker and J M Tmdall How to Raise big cjops of Corn Jno L Henry and John Jarboe Mixed Farming Elisha Ashcraft Will Jive loo Each Tho building of good and substantial road beds throughout the county is the subject of conversation of every person you meet All good and progressive citizens have awaken to the necessity of good roads With the work that is now being done by experienced men and to make this lasting a rock crusher should by all means bo purchased It is under- Â¬ stood that the Cincinnati Cooperago Co This splendid opportunity to further the progress of the south should meet the hearty co operation and support of every Southern merchant mechanic manufacturer and planter besides those in professional and public walks of life The immense benefit to be derived from an exhibition in New York of the pro- Â¬ ducts and resources of eyery section of the south is immeasurable Concerted action is therefore needed by the people of this county and section for representation at the exposition which is the first to be held in the mon eyed centre of the United States New York is in the midst of the investing capital of this country and is visited daily by more people than all the other cities combined It is proposed by the promotors of the Southern Exposition who comprise many leading man of the country to show the northern people practical illustrations and results of the Many industries of southa resources the south have already arranged for spac and no time should be lost in pre- Â¬ paring for an exhibit Full particulars can be had by applying to Col John J Garnett director Grand Central Palace New York Â¬ His Life Was Bayed and George Lyddan How to grow Fruit What to do with it GW Winchell and Thos H Ditto Poultry Ernest BiBhop and Mrs J J Wheeler Pin Money for Idle Women Mi k Wm Mclntire and Miss Julia Greenwood Soil Building E Bglesby and F H McGobee Cattle Feeding W P Longest and Jfls Do well Sheep Husbandry T J Jolly and Richard Hagan How to Manage nogs for Money B Jl V XarKB Jno L Henry Tr awry Voloanlo Eruptions W Footb President Tiiob B Ditto Secretary PnP anu u a rooie iM Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob lifo Bucklena Arnica Salve cures of joy them also Old Running and Fever Corns Felons Sores Ulcers Bolls Warts Cuts Bruleea Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best File Drlvps out Pains and cure on earth Only 26 ots a box Cure guar- Aohefl ieed Sold bjr Short A Haynep Dru - -- dood Wheat Yield Jarboe and Sklllman progressive far inew at BkUJman are through threshing wheat They realized from and twenty aorta 1815 bubbels Tbey wfthold for better prices d Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizen of and Payne Co hardware merchants Hannibal Mo lately had a wonderful In of this city will each donate 100 to the deliverance from a frightful death I was taken with purchase of one of these valuable ma- Â¬ telling of it he says chines for this district to aid in the con Typhoid Fever that ran into Pneumo Â¬ My lungs became hardened 1 nia etruclton of roads was so weak I couldnt even sit up in bed The Farm Journal is cheap but not too Nothing helped me Iexpectedto soon cheap to be good it is full of ginger and die of Consumption when I heard of gumption and has as many other good Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle things in it that you can use as any pa- Â¬ gave great relief I continue to use it per at any price It will be sent for the and now am well and strong I cant balanco of 1800 and all of 1000 1001 say too much in its praise This mar- Â¬ 1002 and 4803 nearly five years to sub- Â¬ vellous medicine is the surest and quick- Â¬ scribers of the BitECKBMUDau News who est cure in the world for all throat and pay one year in advance Regular sizes 50 cents and lung trouble Hay 100 Trial bottles free at Short Shaking Hands nes Drug Store every bottle guaranteed Elder Beare pastor of the Christian church who suffered a paralytic stroke To Lewlsport in his right arm two weeks ago was the Mrs James H Lawson wife of en Â¬ happiest man in town Monday He was gineer Lawson of the Henderson visiting his friends and for tho first time route and her three children Morgan since the occurrence extended to them John and James of Louisville have the right band of fellowship gone to Lewlsport where they will spend several weeks with her mother Mrs J doing Into Camp H Moyer Sherman Ball and Amos Board of Hardinaburg were in town Thursday The Rev W B Costley of Stork en route to the Tar Springs Tbey will bridge Ga while attending to his pai camp at this noted resort for a week toral duties at Ellenwood that state was He Bays attacked by cholera morbus Keep it in Your Home By chance I happened to get hold of a And when the bowels fall to act proper- Â¬ bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera ly take a dose of Lyons Laxative and Diarrhoea remedy and I think it Syrup It acta gently but effectually on was the means of saving my life It re Â¬ For sale by A R the kidneys liver and bowels will keep lieved me at once R A Shellman your system in good working order and Fisher Cloverport make your complexion clear Stephensport Large Tomatoes Wm Weathsrbolt brought to this thnse effle from Tobinsport Saturday larg iwatoes all grown on one vine They were the largwtt wo have seen 9 THE SECRETS easy and A most childbirth are of al painless all told la a handsomely Il lustrated entitled V sbbTJi1bbTI BOOK ofwhUhwtllpe eat free en re quest to every aKBuetaat ma Be Â¬ fore Baby is Born a op Â¬ 4 that which nuwUlie M the dUtreee pain ttff oi tfe period of pregnancy and dang UMitrv mtmttmrm rapid M Mil mMm leooveiry sHsMsm 9 i in bum ara Heifer Dies M r J E Keith sustained Thursday of Mr Chas Llsben had a severe attack last week Jhe loss of a fine heifer Pre Â¬ of sunstroke last Thursday aUemoon He was in a critical condition until Sat Â¬ vious to this the animal appeared to be in good health but on going out that urday but is now improving morning to look after bis stock he found Blotches and exereeenees which so her lifeless It is the supposition of often annoy people are simbly efforts of many that she was killed natureto throw off impedimenta to the Moved to Town proper performanee of her duties Milt Matheny of Glendeane has mov HERBINE will aid and assist nature in ed to this city and Is occupying a portion her work and insure a skin clear and beautiful entirely free from all imperÂ¬ of the Geo Obrls property In the lower part of town He has a job at tbe fections Price 50 eta A B Fisher stone quarry A Success No one knows the unbearable torture The lee cream festival which took peculiar and agenlilaii pain caused place last Tuesday evening in tbe laws the by piles dalese they nave suffered from oi the old Newsorn homestead was so Â¬ Many believe them Inourable thftaa cially and flsaaeially a eueeeea This is a mistake Proper treatment will onre then TADLSR8 BUCKEYE WUIBwiM an Infallible cure PILE OINTMENT A K Xllsb will tmlld as addl Hw Prlee 60 ots ia beUUs tubes 75 eto A MM ef two rota U Iter reehUaee J Sunstroke L tA WHfsW iBS Pewe JfBSsppj Biher rtank WWW tLjryi9tf BUst WP Asts s ijrfAJrauiv uwwjtoco aua IL VKWsWWejNPp tjr tost week tot Ms TjV l tuvemly liaWlW Go to A X Kincheloe for bargain Read A X Kincheloes adin another There was another large crowd at column Tho cost of the new Catholic church Hardinbduho Ky Aug 0 Special Ilardinsburg one day lost week from On the evening of August 2d at the tho Dorretts creek neighborhood to will bo 7000 A X Kincheloe is selling goods hoepltablo home of Mr and Mrs R N hear tho result of tho trial against a Miller there was given a reception in number of young mon in that vaclnity cheaper than anybody honor of Misses Frances and Emily arrested on a warrant for base ball A frosh loi of canvassed hama just re Â¬ McAleer two charming and accomp- playing on Sunday ceived at the Eclipse Grocery The lished visitors from Louisville Judge James Sklllman of Cloverport Miss Eva Hensley left yesterday for yard was lighted with numerous Jap- Â¬ was agreed upon to try the case and Madisonville to visit a few days anese lanterns and the house beautifully after a careful hearing of the matter Robert E Woods of Louisville was decorated with flowers and potted plants he assessed a fine o 20 againBt each of here last Saturday on legal business As the guests were received each gen- Â¬ tho defendants The courts deciraion tleman was presentod a card on which came as a surprise to the ball players All kinds of produce taken in ex- Â¬ was written a list of the virtues of man Â¬ As many of them seemed confirmed in change for goods at A X Kincheloes kind and each lady was requested to tho belief tnat Sunday ball playing was Tho picnic at Garfield last Saturday write her name on the several carcjaop no violation of law The judge however was almost a failure on account oi the Foleys Kidney Cure has been tested poaite that particular virtue which scrutinized the Btatute closely and was rain and found to be all you claim for it I seemed to be possessed by the gentle Â¬ decidedly of a different opinion Mrs Ed Beard of Louisville is here have been giving it to my father and it man presenting tho list By this ar Â¬ Those named in the warrant were as on a viait to her father Mnj Horace is the only thing that ever helped him rangement delightful conversations were follows Lum Davis Court Driskel Scott writes Geo C Hickock Curtlss Wis had bv each person with all those pres Thomas Driskol Robert Arnold Mar- Â¬ M II Beard Cashier of the Bank of A R Fisher Cloverport E A Witt ent Afterward there was handed to tin Tivitt Albert Elder Lawrence Ilardinsburg returned home last Sat- Â¬ HardinBburg each guest a conundrum or its answer Taber Micajah Arms Jr John Stinnett and the partners thus mado were in- Â¬ George Simmons Frank Shellman Thos urday QOSHEN CHURCH You can buy choice breakfast bacon vited to the dining room where an ele- Â¬ Cox GId Jolly and Dan Macy The warrant was sworn out by Chas at the Eclipse Grocery at 10 cents per Williamsburg gant repast was served Gives Liberally to the Music games cake walking and danc Â¬ Robbins The bovs are not all satisfied pound Institute ing whiled happily away the time and with the decission and will take an Mrs F P Stum of Sacromento Ky is here visiting her father Mr Richard near Glendeane Ky it was not until after the midnight hour appeal to a higher court Goshen church However should Judge Skillmans May and family has just given H H Hibbs for Williams- Â¬ that the last departing guest made his adieu opinion be upheld Sunday base ball Mrs A L Reed and daughter of burg Institute 500 in cash and notes W Mrs Miller is an ideal hostess pos- Â¬ playing hero will be qulto a rostly Louisville are visiting Mrs Fannie B Rutledge is pastor of this liberal of im Â¬ amusement Doard of Garfield church Bro Hibbs says Goshen is one sessing that rare and hapyy grace It is the intention of the defendants to and Rutledge one of mediately placing at perfect ease every of the best churches Taylor Beard had charge of the drug make this a test casd and the fine of S20 department at Wttts during tho latters the most efficient pastors I have ever gu st that enters her home Those present were Misses McAteer was assessed in order that the Circuit stay at the Tar Springs Tho church is thinking of ere- Â¬ known cting a 5000 house in the town at Glen- Â¬ Diunle Haswell Ireno Board Bessie Court might have uisdiction Lee Montgomery conductor on the Hensley Mary deane It has just closed a meeting in Beard Nlta Beard Eva Branch has moved his family from Piles I Piles I Baptist Smith Anna Gardner Lillie Scott Mary which there were 14 baptized Fordsvllle to Irvington Board Emma Bigham Messrs John P Atgus Why be bothered with this annoying Haswell Herbert and Harold Beard complaint when Banner Salve will cure The recent rains have brought out the Jones and Claude Mercer Amos and you 25c A R Fisher Cloverport corn crop and the yield in tho county A Happy Reunion Lewis will be large this year Mr and Mrs John Lyddan at their Frank Board Dr JohnKincheloe E A Witt Hardinaburg Kincheloe Horace Scott Dr Walker Sam Board night operator at the rail- Â¬ country home near Webster tendered in Sklllman ana road shops at Cloverport came up last LONG BRANCH honor of Mrs Ella LeNeave and mother Sherman Ball and James Cloverport Monday for a weeks vacation Mrs A S English last Thursday one of Will Bowmer most sumptuous dinners that was Goebel and Blackburn are billed to the There are no idle men in this section A free and easy expectoration is pro- Â¬ speak here Saturday September 5th ever spread It was the assembling of old of the county of BALLARDS friends The day was spent in relating duced by a few doses The wheat crop turned out badly on Tbey will draw a big crowd SYRUP in all cases of reminiscences which occuired in their HOREIIOUND James Harris proprietor of tho Har- Â¬ the bottom this season difficulty of childhood days The following friends Hoarseness Sore Throat or Shacklett was the guest of dinaburg hotel and wife went to Clover- Â¬ AR Jimmie and 60 cts wore present Mr and Mrs John L Hen- Â¬ breathing Price 25 port last Saturday shopping Charleston Ditto Sunday ry Mrand Mrs William Kendall Mr Fisher Milton Coke was in Meade county Mrs Sam Fowler went to Indiana Sun Â¬ and Mrs Charles Anderson Guston Mrs last week looking alter the interest of LADIES AID SOCIETY THE day to visit parents at Laconia Floyd Roberts and children and Mrs the Breckenridgo Normal Colhga Joe A McGehee of Louisville came Annie Herndon and daughter Miss Nannie Board who has been on dives firs R B Pierce a Beautiful down Sunday for a viBlt to parents a visit of several weeks to Louisville has Educate Tour novels Wlh Cuicnrot Reception A Ditto Jr Messrs BUI Basket and Candy Cathartic cure constipation forever returned to her home at Garfield 10o25c If C C C fall druggists refund money The Missionary and Aid Society ten- Â¬ attended the picnic at Rock Haven Rev L E Campbell agent for the dered a reception last Monday afternoon Miss Clark of Louisville is visiting Aid Society of tho M E Preachers Will Speak For Local Option to Mrs Annie D Piorce who is soon to Misses Katie and Eula McGehee church South was here last Sunday Â¬ Bros Bozarth and Cundiff will ad leave for Colorado A beautiful quilt of Mies Nannie McGehee of Irvington Mrs A B Skiliman and Mrs W H dress the people on the subject of local most unique design made by Mrs Bettie is visiting at her uncle W O McGehee Bowmer of Cloverport were the guests option at Clifton church on Saturday Aid LaHelat whs presented her by the The recent rains are going to bring of Mro Robert Bowmer last Thursday August 12 Also Rev J A Bozarth and Society as a token of appreciation of her Hon G W Beard will address the poo valuable services It all came in the out the corn crop wonderfully in this MIes Graco Foote of Owensboro who ple at Nortons Valley Tuesday August nature of a surprise to her The pre- Â¬ section who has been visiting Mrs V G Bab Chas Crawford was at West Point bage returned to Irvington last Monday 16 Speaking to begin at 730 p m sentation speech by Mrs Frank Fralze this week looking after his farming inter- Â¬ Everybody is invited was most appropriate The big meeting out at Freedom opona Rev D F Walton and Rev James It goes without saying that she will be ests here next Sunday It is a great day for tho Mr and Mrs Tom Jenkins of Louis- Â¬ country folks who gather there in large Lewis will lecture on temperance at missed inexpressibly not only by theso ville are spending a few days at Mrs numbers schoolhouse on August 24tb societies but by the chnrch and Sunday McGeheea 8 oclock p m and at Bethel on August school whose interest she always had at Jenkins fathers John P Haswell Sr and wife and heart I can say truly as one who has 25th at 8 oclock p m J Hugh Ditto Owensboro stopped Mrs O E Haswell and children have Rev A H Davis Rev Geo Morris known ner from childhood she never off from his trip east for a few days returned from a etav of ten days at tho and Judge Milton Board will speak at let the banner of Jesus trail in the dust to visit with parents Tar Springs Bowleyville Many baautiful things I could say of her places the following Prof Pirtle of Hodgenville returned T O Lewis has the State agency for Augmt lOtbj Irvington August 17th devoted consecrated life but I forbear home Saturday after a visit with his wife the Magnolia sewing machine He was Â¬ descend and Webster August 18th Each even May heavens richest blessings at Mrs Annie BickerstafTs out last weok traveling in the upper ing at 8 oclock Everybody come and upon her as she goes to n distant land The hot weather and rain did not keep part of the State for we all know that wherever she is the hear them a goodly crowd from attending the pic- Â¬ John Dean of the Dean Tie Com Â¬ good work will go on nic at Rock Haven Saturday pany was a passenger on the train last good and the Where the dlgeBtlon is A Memiier op the Society general powers of the system in a The Kentucky Heating Company are Saturday night to his home at Glen healthy Btate worms can find no habita Â¬ ALSTINE dawn about 150 feet in tho well they are doane Mr Dean spends most of his DAVID fl tion in the human body WHITE8 putting down on Orabe Bonbams place time now in Louisville CREAM VFRMIFUGE not only des Â¬ Has Been Appointed flaster mechanic In Judge Boards court last Monday Mrs Ned Rees and handsome eon troys every worm but corrects all de- Â¬ Ohio arrived Sunday the suit of A A Richardson vs Ezra Over the Entire Chicago Hubert Reesos rangements of the digestiye organs for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Carmon there was a judgment for plain Â¬ Great Western Price 25 cts A R Fisher tiff tor 8410 The case of C D Payne J K Ditto Mr Dav Id Van Alstlne who hela ttie Parker Goatly col visited F Ditto vs Frank Arms was settled by tho Pine Melons position of Master Mochanlc on the Sr Sunday Parker is a fine specimen of parties Wad Leaf of Tobinsport brought to for over a year a colored gentlemen and always a favor Henderson Route Mr Charles P Beard who is settling town Saturday ninety oight of the finest and resigned to accept a like posi- Â¬ up the business of the old partnership orite of Mr Dittos water melons that has been brought to tion on the Chicago Groat Western existing between himself O E Has- Â¬ Sim Dooley was In Louisville this well and the old firm of B F Beard tho city He sold them to Henry Sol Railroad has recently beeni promised to brig Master Mechanic over the entire system week Mr Dooley sold 1000 buBhels Co has opened an office in the rear Mr Van Alstlne is a practical and ex Â¬ corn to the timber parly at Rock Haven room of the Bank of Hardinaburg Partial Stroke perienced railroad man and deserves for 40 cts per bushel A great many persons were kept away Jesse Keys an employeo at the shops great credit for his wonderful progress Tbe apple crop Is not heavy In this from the Garfield picnic on account of last ThursÂ¬ suffered a partial sunstroke He has many friends in this city who county but the apple crop generally over the rain It is the opinion of quite a day afternoon will be glad to hear of his advancement the United States is pretty fair and grow- Â¬ managers should fix on ers neod not expect any fancy price number that the another day when possibly the weather New Tobacco Warehouse BLOOD PURIFIER SENT FREE this season would be more favorable for such an oc- Â¬ Mr Peyton Scott an enterprising citi Will McGehee took sick out on the casion Garfield la a central point for a A Cure for Blood and Skin Diseases Ede zen of Harned has realized the need of road last Friday and fortunately James picnlo and she alwayB draws a big crowd ma Pimples Scrofula Bolls Blood a large tobacco warehouse at that place Blckerstaff happened along with his if the weather ia favorable Poison CaBcer Eto of tobacco He will buggy and got bim down to W M for the rehandling There was a large attendance upon By addressing Blood Balm Co 315 commence the construction of this build Dittos where he has been since and the elders meeting of the members of Â¬ Mitohell St Atlanta Ga any of the ing immediately and will soon be pre quite sick the Cumberland Presbyterian ohurch last Saturday at Pleasant Grove church Naws readers may obtain a sample bot Â¬ pared to handle the weed on a much This la a resting spell now with far Â¬ There were several public addresses of tle of their famous B B B Botanlo larger scale botween crops It ia an excellent Interest and a number of essays read by mers Blood Balm the greatest grandest best opportunity for doing repairing making the young members Tbe next meeting Petrified Hono remedy mtfde Cures and strongest blood roads eto The majority 01 mem win will be held at Freedom on Saturday Charley Ryan the barber has In his pimples ulcers Sunday ia September when all else fail spend the time Idly and not as other before the second eosema bolls blood poison eating sores poseelon a petrified hone It is over a class of business men in improving the Speaking before a congregation at eancej ca- Â¬ hundred years old and has been in the weak places of their business distressing skin eruptions Pleasant Grove ohurch last Saturday Mr Dowell of Meade countv hit upon Free medical advice Ryan family for several generations He tarrh rheumatism There is some antl Goebel lights In some timely truths for the ohareh peo Â¬ of your bestows high value on it and It is prob Â¬ description inoluded when Mr Dowell talk mm this county He will no doubt poll the ple of tedsy of trouble Is given This generous offer Is ably the only one in the county along our Una ObilUa irty to God smallest vote of any Democrat that was and the ehureb He AHMrin el Riv worth while aeeeptlng Sample Bottle Hand Cut ever pat bttore the people in thisoeunty ing and how qalek were u seat all charges prepaid Large bottles ef Mr Goebels future shut p their pookeUwWw at tfeesMi WillU Nichols while workisg at the Ftw the toed eoBtalalBK nearly a quart of meduine atift of mowy to Mtp the ohoraa i DemoetaUe patty it l Per lHle shops at the tinners beaeh last Thais poHtleally and the s a wkte tbla tor Mreaeber Tbey did this loo with fell for sale by all druggie look like it weald knowledge M the feet el IM 9 U B is away ahead of all ether Wood day eut his huad severely bin to with drew treat the hmmi The nee For at least ireoi Hl on the hMMM Try 7ewH8fllHrWood w jwata mwerr 1 klektt IMF y the hottntoowacfflPS end the vaivlng nld piw wst B t Its ywbwn Mewl 0 grain year after year Says you Cant Play day Ball on Sun- - Â¬ t ajarjrt Â¬ 4eav ruw arHw ftT kji JHfNPMMP t ii miMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm W miwmTvwmfiw ftT vs V Jr Wt Taj Jr Breckinridge News J D TttE FARMERS INSTITUTE Thk Farmers iBsUtute will meet in this oity Aug J4 The beet and most progressive farmeaa of Meade Dreoken ridge and Ilanoook counties will be hare They are coming here for business not to be seen and heard but to get Ideas about the work in which they are engaged This is commendable in them and shows that they hare nt last got tliolr eyes open to the main question It shows progrefsiveitoflii intelligence and that con An awakening to conditions front all men of every vocation who want to movo onward and upward In this progressive day and age it is the knowing how to do your work that brings success The Nkws is in hearty accord with this movement and will do all in its humble way to make tho meeting a success and every citizen of this town is alike interested with up and we promise tho far mers a right hearty welcome to our city Cooio atom gentlemen and bring your wives Our doors stand wide open Â¬ Â¬ T ft 2Ug SJWwi m friptlitri WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8 1869 fiyeriY jViflor 1 What does It do It causes the oil glands In the skin to become more active mnkinc the hair soft and glossy precisely as nature intended It cleanses the scalp from dandruffand thus removes one of the great causes of baldness It makes a better circu- Â¬ lation in thescalp and stops the hair from coming out I I I EZT LJj l SIX PAGES lknUr target 0BIT0ARIRS fcrllit MOSKT IN ADTASCK CA0B9 OP THANKS Ira 10 cMtiperllae m Umi thirjc4 Ike rat to at OT If YYrTLJHPY7T STILL GOING ON AT to tt CUT f S eeati El l T ANNOUNCBMBNT Wtar atutorisd to insounM JOHN IMIAS WRLL Jr ai a candJ Jt for reflection to the offic ol Representative liom Hrcckei Mgt couti T abicct to the action of the Republican party To the Republicans of Drcckenrldge County You are hereby notified that there will bo a maaa couvontion held in the Court Hoiibo at ilardinshurg Ky on Saturday Sept 2nd 1809 at 2 oclock p m for the purpose of nominating a Re publican candidate for representative in the Lower House of the Ueneral Assem bly and transacting such other business as may properly come before the con- Â¬ vention All Republicans are cordially invited to Bttond and take part in the meeting This July 3lBt 1819 Ilardinshurg Ky Allen It Kinchklok Chairman Clint P Hook Secretary Â¬ H Â¬ Citizens Meeting Tho Farmers Institute meeta in this city Aug 24 All persons interested in their entertainment are requested to to meet at Judge J It Skillmans oflico tonight at 8 oclock p m There should be a full attendance It Prevents Come out to the business mens meet ing to night Â¬ E B O0LE8IIV cures Boldness M it HI WEST POINT Mr Will Taylor Bpent Sunday here with his parants Miss Ella Duvall is visiting her aunt Mrs Malin in Owensboro Mrs W Graham has returned home after a visit to her parents here We are glad to note that the cases of typhoid fever are improving slowly of SpringQeld Miss KHtie Froman Ky is visiting Mra Thos Wright Miss Nannie Brashear has left for a visit to Iirandenburg and Cloverport Mies Alice Miles has returned to Louisville after a visit to Mr II Shoans The Methodist protracted meeting has closed with three additions to tho church Mr W MBrett of Oakland Ky is visiting his daughter Mrs J Lewis Williams We are sorry to say that Mrs Geo Tombleson is very ill and not expected to recover Rev D F SLacklett pastor of the Baptist church here filled his regular appointment Sunday Mrs S A Catlett of Hodgenville passed through here Monday on her way homo from Missouri Mrs Thos Lewis and daughter Misa Eva have returned to Louisville after a pleasant vioit to relatives here Miss Tulah Williams has returned home after a pleasant visit to Long Branch Brandenburg and Irvington Quite a number of our people went on the excursion Sunday to Silver Heights New Albany and report a pleasant trip Rev J P Jenkins of Louisville passed through here Monday evening en route to Stephtunport to assist in a meeting A crowd from here attended church at Pleasant View Monday night Servires will continue through tho coining week conducted by Rev Hill assisted by Rev Beckman Will Move to Louisville II V Harris superintendent of tiie Breckenridgo Cannel Coal Co who has had charge of this companys affairs in this city for the past two years has about wound up tho business He will move his family to Louisville In the loss of Mr Harris Cloverport loses one of her most energetic enterprising and valuable citizens Ayers Hair Vigor will surely make hair grow on bald heads provided only there is any life remain- Â¬ ing in the hair bulbs It restores color to gray or white hair It does not do this in a moment as will a hair dye but in a short time the gray color of age gradually disap- Â¬ pears and the darker color of youth takes its place Would you like a copy of our book on the Hair It is free and Scalp you expected from tbe uso of tbo Vigor mmmmwm BRANDENBURG Misa Nan Brashear is Only Sixty Days to Dispose of Ten Thousand Dollars Worth of Goods rimjrrwTwmzirrRjnrHTKrxncKJ imaflrVSrVlr aovvTQnratynoTvwotkwaCraiK pects in Dallas and looks well notwith Â¬ standing the heat I enjoyed just a tiny call from pleas- Â¬ ant Miss Lillie Hutti her brother Ben and Misa Nettie Schenee Sunday That gossipy bird has flown down from Louis Â¬ villo and circulated some sweet sweet stories about a dear dear girl Dr Dugan made a professional visit to Mrs P T Noel last Sunday with Dr Burch Mrs Noel has beon very ill again This young wife of a few months has the piofound sympathy as well as the young and grieved husband Misa Maud Adkisson will go to the Indian Territory to engage in Mission work She has chosen one of the noblest fields open to self sacrificing women Miss Mauds ewoet pure un selfish life insures a rich haryest in the salvation of souls Judge C 0 Fairleigh and wife have returned from a delightful visit to their son Charlie in Paducah and Tom in Jackson Tennessee Both young men are mest happily married and are meet- Â¬ ing with great success in the business world Hugh Ditto came up Sunday from Owensboro to meet bis sister Mrs Ned Reese from Columbus Ohio at their parents Mr and Mrs J K Ditto We are ever glad to meet Mrs Reese Julia Ditto on these annual returns Mn Reese is tall and handsome and keeps our friendship by her charming person- Â¬ Â¬ I mmMmM The revolt against Goobolism Is wide spread and tho thing gathers as it goes Outside of a few politicians in this county there is not much talk about politics the guest of Miss A SALE OF his A good husband is expected to kiss wife and toss the baby every time he goes home 1 Wat Hardin has thus far declined to speak for King Goebel in the present state campaign NoitiNEB Goebel and Senator Joe Blackburn will speak at Ilardinshurg Saturday September 1 It you do not obtain all tbe beneOta wnw iiiu uvciur annul u Address UK J C AVER Lowell Mass Kkiuulicans are sitting back laughing in their sleeves at the mud slinging going on between Democrats BEWLEYVILLE Mr D C Heron was in tiie city last week Miss Abbie Bell is visiting Miss Coleste Beavin Our public school opened Monday August 7th Miss Edith Shumate has beon visiting Mips Stella Paul Mrs Margaret Hardaway attended church here Sunday Mrs Lora Sipes of Jefferson county is visiting relatives here Mrs John Frakes and daughter have returned to their borne Misa Stella Paul visited Mrs E L Smith at Guston last week Miss Annie Auterburn a schoolmate of Miss Nell Drury is her guest for a while Misses Maggie Blanche and Bettie Lee Jolly have a new pony to ride to school Bro Walton preached a stirring tem Â¬ perance sermon Sunday morning His wife accompanied him on this round M si Mary Board of Hardinsburg will visit friends in our vicinity for an indefinite time She is expected the 8th Sam Brown Ringgold of Louisville and Arthur Williams of Henderson visited Hubert and Joe Piggott last week Misses Bertha and Nettie Foushee spent last week with their sister Mrs Gilbert Kasey returning home Sunday aftornoon Miss Florence Cain willteach the next term of school at the McGehee school No 54 house district beginning August 7th Mr and Mrs Ohas Drury and children and visitors were over at Irving ton Tuesday spending the day with Mrs R M Jolly There was an apple paring at Mr Adolphus Jordans Tuesday night After the work was done they had a nice littlo party and the young folks report a good time Dear fellow women lets petition the Legislature to let us vote on prohibition Im quite sure we wouldnt neod all this lecturing and persuading but we would just march right up and be glad to do our duty Miss Mamie Hunter arrived bore Sun Â¬ day morning She will have charge of the primary department in the Bewley ville Male and Female High School the ensuing term Mrs Grinnell If you have any more on the subject ol Sheep Husbandry confer a favor on Mr T J Jolly by sending it to him He needs help on an article for the Farmers Institute O ye delinquent aubscribers didyou see last week how great a favor you could confer on the News that little amount is comparatively nothing to you but put it all together aud what a great thing it grows to be We are haying n delightful season It rains iust as we need it and mostly nice wetting ruins just to the farmers taste Country life is just superb any way We dont grow rich but we have good fare and plenty of genuine hard work Misses Nannie Lee Jolly and Ada Smith of Irvington visited Miss Bevie Cain last week On Thursday of their stay a nice little company of neighbor girls and their visitors were also Miss Bevies guests to dinner aud we had a real red letter day Miss Mary Dink Price aftor spend Â¬ ing a week visiting her friend Miss Alberta Drury returned to her home in Brandenburg Saturday Miss Alberta and her brothers Tom and Wathen ac Â¬ companied her to he the guests of their grandparents Mr and Mrs Alonzo Moorman Â¬ Tue man who goes to the legislature from this county will have to travel the Good Itoad route to get there Judge Skillman of this city sitting in a case at Ilardinshurg last week fined sixteen boys 20 each lor playing base ball on Sunday Mr Bryan in an interview at Chica Â¬ said that he was coming to Kentucky and would speak for Goego last Sunday Â¬ bel Ex Gov John Young Brown made a telling speech before the Lexington con Â¬ ference It will be found on another page of this ieuse Tub highest Democratic Leitcbfleld last November Sixty- - four of these have clared that they will vote bel vote polled at was ninety six publicly ngainst de- Â¬ Goe- Â¬ Those who attended the Democratic conference at Lexington last woek in op- Â¬ position to tho Goebel ticket agreed to hold a convention in the eaine city Aug ICth to put up a ticket in opposition to Goebel Tjie Democratic State Campaign will be opened at Mayfield Ky Saturday Aug 12 by nominee Goebel and Sena Â¬ tor Blackburn The indications aro that tt will be a hot canvass of the state from start to li ish Comb in and see our new engine Its a beauty and and a joy forever It has one redeeming trait about it It uses our home product natural gas at about one tenth the cost of gasoline We are now catching even with the trust Rev 5 C Bates Taking a Vacation Adjudged Insane Oh the Good Koads movement a gen Artimissa Whitely the wife of John tleman from Now Jersey writes In Whitely of Glendeane was declared a proportion to her total mileage New lunatic in the county court at Ilardins Jersey probably has more miles of stone hurg last Monday and sent to the Lake roads than any other state and her peo land Asylum Mr Whitoly is from ple are more nearly unanimous in favor Grayson county of building stone roads than the people of other states When the subject of Airs Rose Powers Dead road Improvement was first agitated Mra Fielden Powers an estimable old tha tamers except in two counties op lady of the Holt neighborhood died posed the project but now they are al Tuesday from old age She had been in most universally in favor of it falling health for some time Â¬ Â¬ State Rev S 0 Bates a formor citizan of this place and county but now of Browns town Ind is bore spending several weeks with relatives and friends He is pastor of the Presbyterian church of that Talk about money not being plenti- Â¬ place He preached a splendid sermon ful in this town when theres an oppor- Â¬ at the New Presbyterian church horo tunity presented to spend it Vests did Sunday a rushing business last Saturday and The Most Fatal- DIseasB had to close their doors to keep the More adults die of Kidney trouble crowd out And people aro still swarm than of any other disease When the ing there anxious to got rid of their sur-Â¬ first Bymptoms of tliis diseaso appear no plus Its a fact that business is better time should bo lost in taking Foleys in this town now than it has beon in Kidney Cure which is guaranteed or j oars 1 00 COc and AR money refunded FiBher Cloverport E A Witt Hardina Tue News expects to live to see the day wheu this town and Ilardinshurg burg will be connected by a trolley line which Temperance Lecture will swing around by Kirk Jollys Sta Prof J R Coyle of Leitcbfleld will tion Glendeane and swim back via lecture Monday evening at the Elm St Balltown Such aline is possible Who church on Temperance dreamed of a railroad to Cloverport He is a man of high intellectual ability twenty years ago Now we have more and delivers a forceable and strong lec Â¬ miles of railroad than any county in the ture Â¬ Â¬ Maydee Pusey Miss Clara Wimp of Ekron is viBitlng Miss Lula Woolfollr Mr and Mrs J 1 Richardson will go Louisville to reside The supper by the Ladles Guild was an entire success Miss Helm Pollock spent last week with Mrs Hugh Green Misa Lula Orutcher of Garrett visited her sister Mrs James Ricketta last woek Tom Pusey returned to Chicago last Sunday after his two weeks vacation at home Norborne Booth of Evansyillo Ind visited his cousin Mrs II B Grinnell this week Fritz Schenee Louisville spent Sun Â¬ day with Miss Jennie Lee Woolfolk Meade Spriugs Mrs Julia Neafus and children spent Saturday and Sunday at Salem and at- Â¬ tended church Miss Bettie Clarkson has been quite sick down at her grand mothors Mrs Joe Woolfolks Dr W B Pusey of Louisville and Dee Pusey from Indianapolis spent Sunday at home Allen Hays and sister Mss Ella of Miss Louisvillo spent Sunday with Georgie Helmstetter Lawrence Marsh came down Sunday from Louisville for a day with Miss Georgie Helmstetter Very little sickness in town Despite tho hot weather we aro breathing plenty of czono upon hills N McMonigle will open a grocery and general merchandise store in the room next to H O Woodsons Miss Lillie Hutti and lien Hutti Lou isville spent Sunday with Miss Nottie Schenee nt Mrs D S Richardsons Charlton Ditto and his friend Mr Hoffman of Louisville were guests of Mr and Mrs Jeff Ditto Sunday There were several small informal en Â¬ tertainment given last week to the vis- Â¬ iting strangers and I hear of several for this week Mrs D W LewiB is anxious fora class in musical history We will make a de termined effort to organize one in the cIhes this fall Blanch Allen and George McAuliffe have embarked in the merchandising business at J D Richardsons stand Green Front Misses Mary and Bess Lewis returned Monday from attending a delightful houso party at Mr and Mrs John Â¬ SPLENDID LOSSES IN Negligee Shirts AT uOvt Former price 75 cents Pick era choice of the entire Stock ality Hon H T Kendall of Louisville or Buck as his old friends here call him wilt locate in Dermot Ark to practice law as associate of Hon A R Buckner a brilliant successiul lawyer Buck is a Brandenburg Meade county man and represented this Breckenridgo and other counties in the Kentucky Senate We all extend good wishes galore Mr A 0 Burton came over from tbe Chicago University to assist in conduct- Â¬ ing our Institute last week He gave a lecture Human Marriage on Wed Â¬ nesday night in his original pungont style Mr Burton speaks distinctly and deliberately one catches every word which is so much in a lecture recitation or song Mr Burton has returned to Chicago for the summer term Tho alarming illness of Mrs Massena Fontaine has caused great sorrow to al of her circle of friends and great distress to her family Mrs Fountalne has ever been an energetic whole souled woman and has ever been regarded as one of tbe handsomest women in this little town of handsome women Dr Dugan held a counsultation with Dr Pusey Sunday and at this writing she is better THE FAIR CLOVERPORT S LEADINQ ONE PRICE HOUSE 09 I have decided to change my business and will now close out my stock of Mer- Â¬ chandise Now is the time to get bar- Â¬ gains Below are some prices 75c to 1 Misses Shoes 75o to 1 Baby Shoes 20 to 50o Gents shoes 81 to 2 Gents Hats40o to 150 25c to 100 Boys Hats 5 to 80 White Goods 7 80 DimitieB and Lawns 3 to 4o Calicoes 1 AT A Ladies Shoes Wimps Irvington Mr W D Ashcraft our enthusiastic progressive School Superintendent has cause to be proud of the Institute and Meade county teachers We are told that the rose scent fever and the ripe peach fever are cousins of hay fever I guess we will escape this year tho ripe peach fever Mr and Mrs B F Willett were here during tho Institute looking well and happy Mrs Willett is one of the best teachers this town has ever had Mr Hoskinson and brother of the Buffalo Ky school attendod the Insti Â¬ tute also Mr Pirtle from Corydon Ind and a number of other visitors Mrs Angermier of Louisville spent last Friday with Mrs Moremen Misses Susie and Nellie Angermier and Bertha Stokes will remain for a visit to Miss The communication from Paynesville last week by Ed Burch was full of good things Ed wonts farmers to use the tool of common Bense more and not allow the implement to grow rusty from disuse Ho hit the nail square on the head about men sitting around chewing cussing the financial issue manufac politics generally while their fence corÂ¬ ners are full of weeds Let us hear from Ed often Â¬ 4o Best Indigo Blues 80 Good Ticking 13c Best Ticking Overalls double front 40o Gents fine shirts 25 to 75o 5o Childrens Hose Misses Good Hose 8c Bicyclo hoso best made 15c QUEENSWARE BARGAIN OTHER THINGS CHEAP IN PROPORTION MULDRAUGH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ About Completed The Tar Springs and Plsgah bridge is DoVt forget about your subscription Prayer Meeting nearly completed Road Supervisor We meant business in what we said last There will be prayer meeting at the Bolder will put in the All and it will not We want to raise a thousand dol- Â¬ Baptist church to night Rev Rutledge week t lars by the drat of September We can tho pastor earnestly requests all mem be lone until this magnificent thnrnnah fare will be ready for raffle do it easily if those who owe ua will pay bors to be present up promptly There is not a man on New Store our list who Is not able to pay all back Improving S N Hall has rented M Ham man A daea and a year In advance and never Mr G R Lamb of Dukes whose Sons furniture store on the West sido of eel it if he would We want to use tbe team ran off some few weeks ago Wall streot He is going to start a con nosey in Improving our plant and mak- - dislocating his right arm was in town feotionery store and restaurant jBg a very much better paper Surely Monday much improved- Will Speak Por Oeobel rybody Is Interested In this or ought I Minor will open the The Hon W to be A good clean paper is a credit to I BALLARDS SNOW LINIMhNT Ives anr community Its your paper not instant relief in oases of Bleeding Bums campaign in this county for Geobel next He speaks at Webster at ours W print the news and views of Bruises Scalds Outs etc Price 26 and Saturday 60 cents A R Fisher 2 ooloek and at Hardisburg at night If they are fit to print Mrs J T Brown is visiting relatives in Louisville 0 Dawson was in Louisville on busi- Â¬ ness Saturday Mrs E Young was in Louisville shop Â¬ ping Tiiursday Miss Emline of Arkansas is visiting her cousln Mrs Will Fletcher Mrs Moblery of Hansbrougb spent Sunday with her daughter Mrs J W Thomas Misa Anna Moblery of Louisville Llnnle spent last week with her aunt Mrs J Charlie Casperke is confined to his W Shaw room suffering from his limb which has Mrs Carrie Kennedy of Valley Sta troubled him for a long time We all tion is visiting her mother Mrs F hope so useful bright and energetic Withers a young man may soon be out Miss Gertie Smith of New Albany is Missess Lula and Minnie Bland al Â¬ visiting uer granu parents ur anu jure W HSrnlth ways receive a carnival of roses tossed W H Walker of West Point was the to them in the form of compliments on guest of J Y Brinton Sunday at Mul their singing They articulate distinctly draugh House and sing without the slightest affectation Henry Richie and family of Willow fill had a pleasant call last week from dale spent Sunday with his father Mr Lewis Richie Miss Mabel Aylaworth ol Grahampton Misa 8urett Shacklett of Louisville and Mrs Mary Crawford Mabel is the will spend several days with her aunt same lolly good whole souled pody as Mrs II Reesor Mary Crawford la looking well ever Miss Flora Sullivan has returned homo after a six weeks stay with her slater in again Madison Ind Prof Evans leotured last ThrusJay Billy Evans formerly of this enlace night on Live Reading from Live men but now of Louisville visited friends Bob Taylor from the Hooalerpoet Whit and relatives last week comb Riley are favorljes with the Pro of Louisville Misa Elizabeth Fuse feasor and the leoture was entertainly enjoyed a pleasant Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs G II Pusey delivered Mrs Ida Monarch and family of R II Nevittfl genial smile and cordial Owensboro are here with her mother manner greeted us last Thursday upon Mrs F Withers Twin Oaves Hotel his arrival from Texas on business He Misa Ida Wimp who baa been the is much pleated with bU business pros guest of her sister Mra Edward Higbee Gome and and sec me If you owe me on account or note it must be settled in thirty days or it will be put out for col- Â¬ lection - PRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS A X Kineheloe HARDINSBURG KY IWvvvvwfVvwWVl t 7- wvwittMiMi GOLLJJUJJ Elation Bra ped Faculty graduates of the great Colleges and University Jtyipetiar advan Â¬ tages in Music Art Elocution and Ancient and Modem LaB3g4t Adrirep Rueselvlllfi Ky I V ot Qlrli and Yam Wt Buildlsg large ml well quipÂ¬ A G MURPHY Bun President day returned to her home at Rineyyllle Mr and Mrs D V Board and Miasea Louoile and Olarla Willhite of Wood land spent Sunday with 8 Harrington an J family Mr Margaret iMborsewuohMt II t SBSBS W 8BW 8 viaitlaji friend and relative la Louis Â¬ ville for the past two month returned borne Wednesday Â¬ iiaaOiiMiHwnviwwnMMi 4Ma m mumm mjviM HANK -OF DEMOCRATIC DOCTRINE John Young Browns Magnificent Speech at lexing ton Last Week I bavo mot to day many earnest men I see before me the oomrads cf the past tho grand fathers and the fathers and the sons of that party of Jefferson and Jackson In whose soryicu I have now grown gray From tho timo I cost my first ballot un til to day I have never hesitated about supporting the ticket of my party that experience stretching back for moro than ordinary span of human life To day I refuse to do it 8quiro Gossom Tho grand old fol Â¬ low One timid friend said to me Consid er I have considered and I speak to He re- Â¬ you my matured resolution marked It may have some effect upon Gentlemen your futuro ambition Robert E Lee said that tho noblest word in the English language is duty He said this in a letter that he wrote to his son then a student at the military academy He said Ponder that word for it embraces all the moral rules that Applauso Duty govern man duty I am before you this evening in obedi- Â¬ ence to the promptings of duty We meet in an appropriate place the of Kentucky Athens justly called Your streets have been troddon by the feet and your halls have resounded with the eloquence of illustrious men Olay tho Breckenridges the Ma alalls the Menifees the Frestons Chief Justice Robertson and a long line of others that have contributed to the reuown of our glorious and loved old Commonwealth And if it be that the dead take hoed of the living this evening as those mighty shades in soleni procession move in their watching terrestrial majestic march affairs in my minds eye I see them beckoning a benediction to the courage of Kentuckians who are hero to do their duty to history to the present to the children and their childrens children after them and to preserve self govern ment My Fellow DomoorUa center to be wielded by a common will ami to pffBCt a given purpose whloh ab sorb all political authority exerolse all Its fuuotions distribute all its patronage repress the public aotivity stifle the pub- Â¬ lic voice and crush out political liberty Thin right ofself government lies in tho fouudatlon of our Institutions and can- Â¬ not be disturbed or Interfered with eyen iu respect to the smallest of the divisions into tthioh tho State is divided for gov Â¬ ernmental purposes without weakening tho entire foundation and hence it is a right not only to be carefully guarded by ovory department of the government but overy infraction or invasion of it to bo promptly met and condemned Â¬ - HARPHTSBURG F BEARD resident WILL MILLER Vloe 1rcaldent M II BEARD Cashier B THE BRECkL NORM HARDINSBURG First Term of Five Alonths Begins SeptX InstruotorB Prnotionl f -- j Q W BEARD 1 MORRIS EBKRIDGE DIRECTOR8 J R M JOLLY V NF - INTEREST JOHN A PAIO ON TIME DEP0SIT8 p IL r Ik I- - r El f-ti u i Ik i-f- - t He- r it i m W3 srssifck Smw KifWttflt- jk tvtmA tho English languago and womon No school in thin section of tho Stato offers Nover forget President what Clay said and I wish to God that superior inducements R BASSETT Cashier SOME C J HISTORY both expressions could be written in let COURSBS AND TUITION And yet two years ago there was tors of flro upon the sky that all Ken tuokiana could read them today I passod in the Legislature what was call 1 75 pnr month Primary Scientific f8 SO per month ed the Goebel election act would rather bo right than President Times 8 20 2 50 Classical Intermediate make strange mutations in politics For 3 20 8 50 Preparatory Music Applause 1 75 to 3 20 2 36 per week Teachers Board I have in past speeches glorified the years by the leading organ of the opposi- Â¬ ffTAILWIED 1886 history of this Commonwealth I have tion in Kentucky the Courier Journal For further information and catalogue a ldress spoken rf her illustrious sons of her re Â¬ those of you who believe in free silver nown In peace and in war Aro we to and Bryan have been called fools DS AB Leitchfleld Kentucky lose it all Has manhood fled to brutish knaves fanatics ignoramuses and every A voice And anaichists breasts and aro wo to be called up and other name HABDINSBURG KY Yes anarchists and every other name A voice voted like dumb driven cattle Capital Stock 100000 that could disgrace or degrade a man Not on your life Are you ready for it Voices No no be questions How strange are the mutations of poli- Â¬ Here Paid in 10000 that rise above party platforms Hero tics What did the editor of the Courier-Jousay about the Goebel bill two bo fundamental rights that have been rnal NO IDLK WORDS Will Kentucky years ago 7 Now be patient this is his These bo no idle words that I speak Invaded and outraged INTEREST PAID 01 TIME DEPOSITS It is safe to say that tho annals to you I speak in soberness and in earn Â¬ submit Cries No no And if you tory estness and in truth and speak to the submit today what will be the conse- Â¬ of free goverument will be Bought In manhood the dignity the self respect quences in the future It is a serious vain for anything approaching it in and tho love of self government which thing to mo to part with the Democratic shameless effrontery or unconcealed The records of reconstruc- Â¬ A voice No we aro not going deformity resides in the heart of every man in this parly tion furnish nothing to compare with it to leave it we are going to save it I am country who is worthy of its protection If anyono of you were callfld upon to yet n Democrat When I say Part The Browlow despotism in Tennesse was prevent fraud in elections or conven- Â¬ with the Democratic party I mean a considered toberably reckless and tolera- Â¬ bly though in its day but the Brownlow tions could you make it broader or false ticket of that party Applause stronger or more comprehensive than it And after mature consideration as I despotism at its worst ventured upon have told you I am unwilling to do it nothing so boldly wholly bad as this is here I think not I said that I had been admonished by because my manhood repels My senso That is speaking of tiie Goebel bill lie says further in all the force bills ono friend to have a care for my future of duty protests and if I falter in that 1 give you a list of a fow articles to convince you that my prices meditated by the radicals in Congress I wroto to him so far as my hopes and duty from any selfish consideration of during the dark days of reconstruction are right prospects for the future were concerned the future I would feel that I was a mor- Â¬ Work there were discernible some pretense 1 OO 18 lbs Sugar I was ready to cast them to the winds al coward and should blush when I went and pretext somo lingering memory of 2 Cans Sugar Corn 15c homo to receive the kisses of my family ana knew tnat i was going to my Republican instincts and tradition Excellent Salmon 10c A SPECIALTY Applause political grave by all that I hold sacred I do not beliove that a truly Even in the plebescites of Louis Napo- Â¬ 3 lb Can Table Peaches 15c I would rather occupy that grave than to brave man is ever driven to public clam- Â¬ leon there was the outer display of a Fresh Japan Rice 08c hold any office within the gift of man or Let him stand four square to every just electoral process and purpose This Shredded Cocoanut 05c OFFIOEAT wind that blows Let him be like Clan that was stained with frau I Applause force bill gives the voters of Kentucky Pure Country Sorghum 25c Alyines oak A voice And we believe you Be not a ray of hope It makes no claim Oil Sardines 05c lieve me I I hope so With the dally The firmer he roots him the ruder it or show of fairness And down here it 3 lb Can Finest Jellies 10c walk and conversation of my life before blows says Were it not wiser to wait spook me my fellow citizens with my official We have bad in this State a conven- Â¬ ing of Goebel until his time has come I also pay the Highest Market Price for OLOVERPORT KY record on the books I have lived in vain tion Many I doubt not who are pre Â¬ A voice His name has come now and if eyen my enemies can challenge my in- Â¬ sent here attended it Did you ever in take his chance fairly among his rivals tegrity or dispute the honesty of my in your life know a revolt against a Demo- Â¬ than armed like a bandit to hold up the tentions Applause A MOCKERY CONSTITUTION cratic convention like this Never peoploand the state and after a brief I respectfully invite you to call and examine my Btock Without that y6ur government is a Now I am not here for mere declama- Â¬ What does it mean or is it meaningless unhonored revel in office to pass from farce your constitution is a mockery tory purposes I am here to appeal to I think not When you see the farmer the scene discredited forever Grand Clay whose name will go ringing every voter in this State who is proud the mechanic the lawyer and tho pro- Â¬ Tho paper which published those ages and go thousands of that be is a Kentucklan and an Ameri- Â¬ fessional man all saying one to the oth- Â¬ down the lines strange as you may think it is the years from now like the grand names of can citizen Now what is the dearest er how about this can we stand it It THE GROCER advocate of Goebel today Greece and Rome have come to us what right that you have A voice The has been said that upon a few days noWas not the writer a prophet Read sentiment was it that he expressed right of franchise Self government fran Â¬ tice the saying of it was brought here to that Goebel bill The machinery is per- Â¬ that has outlived ail his other senti Â¬ chise and suffrage Without that your this city of Lexington this brave repre Â¬ fect with its three State Commissioners ments It is this In his old age battle rights ate a delusion The man who sentation of tho true Democracy of Ken- Â¬ to appoint the officers of election and Beared having reached the sunset of life tampers with the rights of the humblest tucky We will not submit You you all have heard it boasted not a man CREAM that gives us mystical lore he uttered citizen of this Stato in his vote tho man saw if the newspapers speak the truth but what has heard it even if he is the immortal sentiment I would rath Â¬ that at the ballot box will falsify a vote and it has not been denied that two can Â¬ beaten we can count him in A voice Co Applause er be right than President is a public enomy ha is worse than the didates for this office made a bargain to They cant do it JtoJtlnQuantltj Gontlemen if a man Uct In Qimlltr OANNELTON IND And the man who fails in his duty the assassin and the civilization of the age divide the votes of free citizens before should come to you this evening when For 20 Years Has Led ail Worm Remedies man who is forgetful of his duty in this would improye the moral atmosphere of the convention assembled and regardless you gut homo and say I want a pair of SBS AXiZ 3KTTG hour in this critical hour of Kentuckys every community would be purified if of the merits of the cases involved your mules and you were to say I have A Prepared by s JAMESw w- F BALLARD St Louis z -Owens history is unmindful of the lessons of the scoundrel should be iramodiateiy Office in Roar of Moorman z ZJ none for sale and he would say I dont voice Thats right There was a writ Drugstore the past or is reckless of the conse- Â¬ made to put on a felons stripes and ten contract Ah if that written con- Â¬ wunt to buy them I am going to take For sale by A It Fisher Oloverport Ky quence of the future hold his conversation through barred tract was not violatlvo of overy principle them you would say That is another Tho preservation of liberty depends doors Applause You must not tako those Pressed Standing of free government and equity and justice question 7 anrl Seam upon eternal vigilance You must de I am not here to indulge in invective if it were not a stench in the nostrils of mule they cost mo labor and money nounce and resist eveiy encroachment That is no argument I am not here to honest men why has it not been pub- Â¬ And then he sayd I am going to do it Corrugated upon your rights because the great high Â¬ blow horns and beat drums Sound and lished Is there a man here who has anyhow would not you risk your life V Crimp way of time is strewn with tho wrecks fury signify nothing I want to talk to ever seen it V in defense of a pair of mules rather than Roofing of ropublics and other institutions of sober men and to earnest men about a highwayman should take them out of Boll Cap A voice No you bet there aint men that have gone into decay and ruin serious facts and ask how far can you go fjree and appropriate Tarred Felt No and you never will One of the your etablo by by the debauchery of their citizens their Dont you love your homes Dont men who was defeated said to another them to his own use And havo you so and Sheathing Paper fSH indifference to their rights and their de Â¬ you lovo the yines that your wife and Guarantees satisfaction in all kinds r You promised if I would do certain far forgotten that you have heroic an Â¬ Steel Cap votion to present policies rather than to children planted and in this glorious of Dental work Roof Paints cestors that they can take from you the things that you would make me the Write for Price id eternal principles KY right of suflorage that is worth more CLOVERPORT summer aro budding and blooming nominee of that convention Roof Cement Catalogue and you You lately formed a constitution in around that sacred spot than all your earthly estate and you Dont you have not kept faith The othar says Kentucky Let me read you a clause in love the roof tree and the shade Dont I did not but we see this It was submit like uncomplaining cowards anguage for which the Colonel is famed prince of the blood For Henry Watter you love to look out upon your fields like the bargain between the white man it Are you the men who died in battle son I have the sincorest personal respect or that they embody an ingenousness ot Sec 151 The General Assembly shall even if you own an humble number of and the Indian about the turkey and on the fields of Mexico and on the Fed- Â¬ He is a man of marvelous gifts In Â¬ thought and evasion worthy of the time provido suitable means for depriving of acres And when you rise in the morn Â¬ when they got through the white man eral and southern Bide in the Civil war deed Ingenious in the brilliancy snd a id the occasion Especially brilliant is Your Expenses Paid While You office any person who to Becure his ing aud go out in Gods sunlight and had tho turkey and the Indian said aro tbe heroes of Kentucky who have luster of his intellect ho has hardly a the closing paragraph of his message to You get everything from me but you gone to Cuba and Manila to fight the peer on this continent but Heaven for the Chicago Tribune quoting the Arch nomination or election bos in his can- Â¬ thinx about human affairs dont you Are Sick vass or eloction been guilty of any un- Â¬ thank God that your lot was vast in this never give me turkey once We see battles of our flag are they made of stuff bid that I should subscribe to his fallaci- Â¬ bishop of Canterburys well known re Â¬ that would surrender the flag surrender es And in the thousands and multipli- Â¬ ply to Rome but even that brilliancy lawful ubq of money or other thlnga of country of liberty one man surrendering the organization Do you want to draw a sum sufficient value or has been guilty of fraud intim- Â¬ Your children climb your knees and the appointment of a temporary presid- Â¬ the constitution surrender their homes ed thousands of the copies of that paper cannot hide the fact that the Colonel to coyer all costs when you meet with an idation bribory or any other corrupt kiss your cheeks and toy with your ing officer agreeing to make the office like miserable cowards and submit to that are now being distributed over the has gono oyer to the free coinage side What a long and hilarious picnic the accident practice and ho shall be responsible for hands Your daughters grace and adorn permanent all through the line you see the domination of anv political orjmili State do you Bryan men go to it for in- Â¬ Applause He is not for Bryan spiration He Kentucky Republicans will have reply- Â¬ If you aro prudent and wise you cer Â¬ acts done b others with his authority the home You are its sheet anchor and tbe evidence of this agreement One lary power on earth ing to the new converts arguments with says tainly do You promised to do certain or ratified by him protection What gave you all this I have fought the battles of Democracy spits upon Bryans platform Now dont waste a moment but inquiro with the grandfathers of somo of the upon tho Goebel platform He ostracts from those which he formerly is tho present constitution of Tho blood and the Buffering and the lives things and the other said I did not He spits That about the line of Sickness and Accident Kentucky Is there a Goebel lawyor in of the men who put before the world the The law when it finds two men equally men who are here today I have fought despises both yet today he in the most made How the blood will How and the Insurance handled by Kentucky or within the limits of the declaration of independence and won In guilty says they aro in parodelicto and thorn with the fathers of some of the formidable enemy of true Democracy feathers Ily For it has not been for Commonwealth having the least self that war of the revolution the result of the Judge leaves them where he finds men hero today and for long yeaici and undertaking to teach the poor little gotten by the nation at large that it was Marion respect that would be willing to day to which was our presont constitution of them and wont touch either of them shoulder to shoulder I have boen in congregation of tho Apostle Paul the the gallant Colonel himself who from put his name to an opinion that the the United States tho grandest offspring with a pair of tongs Now I dont want line with the old gray headed men who doctrines of Christianity Here you far away Europe cabled to the sound Write or call on him at the PoatofHce nominee of the late Louisville conven- Â¬ of human reason and tho nobleat chart to assault any mans motives I dont are uow present here Whore is the have a man who n year ago denounced money Democrats in 1800 that there want to make a personal canvass of this man who can say that in all that fifty Goebelism in more bitter terms than I must be no surrender to the Bryanite tion did not come within tbe inhabitlon of human liberty Applause OLOVERPORT KY I Intend to speak in self respect and dig- Â¬ years I hayo ever failed or faltered Do shall ever use telling you it is your duty dishonor under any circumstauces Be A GREAT DUTY You of that section of the constitution Dont you want that daughter and nity upon legitiment subjects of public you call me a bolter now do you call mo to support it although he tolls you that fore that fact the talk of a choice be Â¬ will see that it Bays Tho General As Â¬ Upon an exam Â¬ those sons and your childrens chiidro t discussion and in the tone and manner a renegade When I lift my voice Bryan is an incendiary and although it tween two evils will never stand It sembly shall provido ination of the lows I have found that to have the protection of life liberty and that have a right to do And if I when I take in my band the constitu is a fact he spits both upon Bryans plat- Â¬ cant even sit up Philadelphia Inquirer the Genoral Assembly has not done its property as we have hid it If you do should be forced beyond that line I tioua of my country State and national form and the platform of the State Dem Â¬ The Kidney Complexion promise you here and now it shall not when I lift up the hhjtory of Kentucky ocracy be my fault you shall not blush for or and the history of Democracy and am Gentlemen this is a critical time The pale sallow sunkon-oheek-dis regret any action of mine if I should auimated by all of its teachings because I look into earnest faces I want tressed looking people you so often meet happen to be tho nominee of this party I wont bow my neck to the usurpation you to go forth from this conven- Â¬ aro afllicted with Kidney Complexion In this canvass of the Louisville convention do you say tion and tell your neighbors and tell Their Kidnoys are turning to a parsnip mark TRADE Gentloman I have madeyou a hurried that clouds my characteror reflects upon them to toll their neighbors that the al Â¬ color so Is their complexion 1mE It is a arm bell has been rung and it is time They may also haye indigestion or and extemporaneous speech but before the integrity of my purpose Ap- concluding I want to read you the words foul accusation and I repel it for men who love Kentucky who love sutler from sleeplessness rheumatism of a great Judge that I had copied in my plause Democracy who lovo home rule who neuralgia brain trouble nervous exÂ¬ ofllco on yesterday Wo learn from Now let us go a little farther and be love the dignity of Kentucky citizenship haustion and sometimes tho heart acta Blackatono and the elementary writers patient with me I have spoken longer to stand together liko a band of brothers badly that the civil divisions of England its than I thought I would This same and save the wrecking of your partyand The cause is weak unhealthy kidneys counties hundreds tithings or town editor not long ego used this languago tho destruction in all probability of HLnglaUicntir BlogOtttttwelA Usually the sufforor from kidney Ma date as for back as tho time of Alfred in speaking of the Bryan movement your State Applause Wag out the false Itfngjataetnu ease does not find out what the troabh the Great In all tho changes of policy 1 give you my hand of fellowship At the head of this crew is William J and ie until It is almost too late Wo bring to you the new and true from the beeauA of dynasty of peace and internal war Bryan the most desperate incendiary in the coming years when I am gone the flrst symptoms are so like mile stele ftaty forests of Norway and even of conquest which that coun Â¬ thatever tried to fire tho temple of his those of you who may survive me and neas that thoy do uot think they seed try has undorgone sinco his day these people for his own glorification In press the grass that may grow green over medicine or a doctor until they m FOR NATURES CURE organizations have never been abated or Kentucky the leader of this crusade of my grave I beg of you to do this hon Â¬ themselves sick in bed abandoned They are substantially at frenzy and force is Blackburn who prior or tc my memory that there sleeps a Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Dr Killmers Swamp Root will build this time what they were before the Nor-Â¬ to last years election frothed up and man who was true to his duty aa he un Â¬ up and strengthen their week and man Invasion Wherever the Anglo down the state denouncing with vile and derstood It by the light that God gave eased kidneys purify their diseased kid most natural remedy Improved by Natures Saxon race has gone wherever they have venomous tongue every Democrat who him Applause ney poisoned blood clear their complex Â¬ A BELICIITTUL LIQUID LAXATIVE Positive carried their race and laws these com Â¬ dared reluse him personal allegiance i science to a ion and soon they will enjoy better from weU xnown laxative principle of Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces munities each with a local administra Â¬ who after the election besiegel the Leg Â¬ and frvlta for the cur of habtt- health of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes Bit Torpia tion of Its own selection have gone with islature and sought to bulldoz i his way to gaff condition of toe kia tJLkTiai T1 You oan get the regular slitee at the The sore weary cough worn Lungs are exhila Â¬ 01 u On account oc wl them It is here that they have aoquired the United States Senate with the aid - FLrtV wA drug store fifty otnta and one dollar or rated 1 the microbe bearing mucus Is cut out the ummuic aTor ana uex or injuri- the habit of subordination and obedi Â¬ of the worst gang of bullies that ever as ICM UbWl WWW qr cBuarcB cause of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed you may first prove for yourself the won aaiMaai maum HlMJutUMA Mr ence to the laws of patient endurance sembled In a State capital outside of the membranes are healed and soothed so that there Col Watteraoas Explanations XT derful virtues ot this great discovery Is bo Inclination to cough resolute purpose and tho knowledge of penitentiary walls The Inquirer hag read with care Col Swamp Root by sanding your addtMi to olvll government whloh distinguish Go among the Goabelltea today and Wattersono manifold explanations of Dr Kilmer A Co Blegbawton N K OU HY ALL QOOD DRUQQIST tbem from every other people Here jou will see la the hands of winy of why feavleg so loBg opposed everything for a saaple bottle aa a book that uule and 10 SlaM 4UQfiSy have been the seat of medera qIvIIIm- - them a doewBfteut to whleh they Is the BixleentOOtte Use he bow m allab0Htitbottewt SURE YOU OCT If rfm abeoltaelr Mas the MtueerUe of public spirit sad have VeR fttreajprs for a lose while e eauae It l free ky mall Wla writing kindly of eoluUoiwl Km lttfN aaKil Gowrler Journal This puKSM the lxtvtQ tbe sMt aadtavatkUie Ubettyr Uutt you mui thla liberal mk Boariy Madful to oAmtv UmA tfaeae ax Bleat eyetemn ia what They ate a eopeeiVee f the iF IWIIIM then at a KY OLOYJEBPOKT TWay 1 am Um owtlaw and Oesbel h plawaMowi aw eo0b4 In the bURat IB HM JIHMKKNHiimX BWm pew j fsjMRI Sj wutSu eolifet Ml BISHOP DAN ORILEY Vice President Grayson County Iiank duty It has not provided for frauds ox cept in elections Tho law does not re ferto what was douo in nominations but under the spirit of this constitution under its honorable interpretation un dor its application a was intended is thoro an honest man In Kentucky to day be ho Republican Democrat Prohibi- Â¬ tionist Populist or what not a voice Or Goobolite who can read that law which is the supremo law of our State nud say if tho Legislature had done its duty and passed the law that thoy woro commanded to pons by the constitution that oven If this man woro elected any honest court in Christendom under tho evidenco that I could prove by men within twenty feet of mo here would not turn him out Applause then never forgot what Robort E Leo said that duty is tho grandest word in thorough and onthusii men ROBERTS Jr President No Shelf Worn Goods T D fienfrow DENTIST Everything New and Fresh Crown and Bridge in Â¬ Mitchells Hotel Â¬ J H Hunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month R P UP-TO-DA- TE HIGGINS WHITES Â¬ with Casper May -- Worms SOIiS t GISTB Vm Â¬ Dr J L MOORMAN e7a Dentist kvJ rfrt 8Maa s DO YOU WANT Â¬ Weatherholt LYONS mmw LAXATIVE Vr I id Â¬ Ikl SYRUP lri itt DR BELLS CONSTIPATION rzi PiesatPermaeat OASVOHXA MiHM b jF w Â¬ SHORT HAYNES IE Sa60 Km f i glUL 1H mfrr JK mrasK yy KfW TWfT imjgw is WmmmmsmMsmssmsmmss 1m A CLEAN WEEP A THOROUGH F 1 VvMfeJ3M IflSlWg IIWiiMI Wm i u NHf9 iV MW UP OF SUMMER AND ALL SALEABLE MERCHANDISE CLEARING L 30 DAYS flirjtoy August M to Saturday September A stock k --l MONTH u A TIME UNEQUALED To select goods from a well bought and well kept stock in this section as you have learned to know from your that has no superior purchases week-to-wee- 1 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 Get our prices on Dry Goods Notions Clothing c before buying NO COUPONS GIVEN DUKING THIS CLEAEANCE SALE Our buyer will start for the east Sept120th to buy the largest stock FOR O-A- - LJh SHELMAN A CC THE BRICK ate habits while I had control over form a temperate habit which wo all know is the stuQ Who are tho men whose friendship is most highly valued whoso opinions have greatest weight whoso patronage is most eagerly Bought and whoso influence is most extensively sought in the country Are they not mon of temperate habits men of principle and established repu- Â¬ tation I answer yoa Itaverse tho pic- Â¬ ture and think of the direful evils of a ruined character it will expose you to a thousand painful suspicions and blast- Â¬ ing reports it will also excludo you from the confidence and estoem of your fel lowmen and bring upon you their no gleet and contempt it will also cut you off from means of usefulness and degrade you to a mere cipher in society render Â¬ ing your untimate success impossible I nm not throwing stones at the saloons any more than I am at the gambling dens in this country for they are as thick in this country as the saloons yea many times thicker No youug man can hope to rise in society who will al- Â¬ low himself to drift into one of those dons unhappily there aro many of this description those blacklegs and villians the depraved and licentious how they mark out their unwary viotims they gradually draw young mon into their coils then they strike the deadly fang infuse the poison and exult to see youthful virtue and parental hope with or and expire under their ruflian exam- Â¬ ple These are the persons whose society and influence are most to bo feared Many lives are wrecked through thoughtlessness alone Think before you touch tho intoxicating cup think be- Â¬ fore you enter the gambling den think before you vote for whisky to remain among the youths of this country re Â¬ member its effects upon thousands to es tablish thoroughly and widely the prin- Â¬ ciples of temporanco we must clean out tho saloons and gambling dens And begin with tho youth they have a high aspiration to bo good and true Whon the trdo principles of Temperance are established in early life they insure i hoalth freedom from pain respectability them A man can Â¬ Â¬ IBTIITGTOIT EZEITTTJCKT honor virtue usefulness and happiness all for which true men live or hope for VVr f - MEN NEED in this life CHARACTER The Main Cause of Intemperance Is Due to Habit An Interesting Â¬ Letter on Intemperance Â¬ OurroN Mills Ky July 25th 99 Mn Editor If you will allow mo space in your valuablo paper I will in mv rough way on temperance which is be-Â¬ ing discussed by some ol our correspond dents try to show to some of my old yoke fellons my reason for leaving oO some of my intemperate hablta I will say by way of preface it is not falling in the water but remaining in it that drowns a man Every man of sonnd mind knows that intemperance is a maelstrom situated in tho very center of this crest sea Pleasure has been aptly compared to a sea Not one current or tream as too many have supposed hur Â¬ ries down this dark abyss but all around on every side the waters tend downward Some it is true are more rapid than others Some rush in quickly and bear down all who ride upon their waters to quick and certain ruin Others glide mora slowly but none the lesa surely to the same end Intemperance is simply a habit and you know habit is mans best friend or worst enemy It can ex alt him to the highest pinnacle of virtue honor or happiness or sink him to the depths of vice shamo and misery Habit makes no figure during the vivacity of youth at 30 my age it gains ground and in old age governs without control In that period of life generally speaking we eat at a certain hour take exercise at a certain timo all by the direction of habit nay a particular Boat at the table and bed comes to be essential and a babit In any of these cannot be contra dieted without trouble and then fail 8o yon Bee dear reader I quit my intemper 615 CLOVERPORT TO LEXINGTON AND RETURN Some days ago Judge Owen hoard a motion on the part of Mr Rodgers to va- Â¬ cate this order and after hearing the matter sustained the motion The plaintiffs then gave notice on appealed to Judge Ilobson of the Court of Appeals to reinstate the injunction and after hearing l the matters at Elizabethtown last Thursday he reinstated the injunc tion in a lengthy opinion sustaining tho trustees The contention of tho trustees is that the school law gives the County Superintendent no authority over trustees of graded schoolsand that in any event the legislature has no con- Â¬ stitutional right to delegate to a super Â¬ intendent the powers which MrRodgers is seeking to exercise The questions are new and interesting indulgent Examine this matter gentle- Â¬ to be the ones and tho outcome of the litigation men and you will find this will be watched with interest Messrs cause Ringo of this place and R A Olenn Millor Owonsboro represent tho trus Â¬ No Eight to Ugliness tees and Mr Rodgers is represented by The woman who is lovely In face form Messrs Heavrin Taylor of this placo and tomper will always hayo friends but and W T Ellis of Owonsboro Herald one who would be attractive must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down bIio will be nervous and Prosperity in Hancock irritable If she has constipation or kid Â¬ Men who havo traveled over this coun- Â¬ ney trouble her impure blood will cause ty and who know say that the largest pimples blotches skin eruptions and a and the best crop of tobacco ever known Electric Bitters is now growing and if taken care of will wretched complexion Is tho best medicine in the world to reg bring fabulous prices and it has attract Â¬ ulate stomach livor and kidneys and to ed enough of attention to bring every Eurify the blood It gives strong nerves warehouse in the city in tho market eyes smooth volvety skin rich either for rent or purchase It will look g complexion It will make a charming woman of a run down in- Â¬ like old times to have a half dczn buy valid Only 60 cents at Short Haynes era here then tho farmer will feel that Drug Store he has received full price for his crop There may be a few spots in the coun- Â¬ ty that have suffered from drouth but as a general thing rains have fallen just when needed and the various crops in tho county are larger than usual and everyboby feels that prosperity will con- Â¬ tinue and the crime of 73 la remembor ed with the hanging of Mose Kelly aa of something which It It did not suit everybody was a necessity Plaindealer Â¬ good-lookin- Temperance keeps the mind clear and unembaressed and makes them seize the object with more keenness and satis- Â¬ faction It gives you the command of your head Becures your health and pro serves you in a condition for business Temperance is a virtue which casts the truest luster upon the person it is lodged in and has the most general influence upon all other particular virtues When a man or person has lost his character all is lost Ho despises himself he is of necessity a miserable and useless man I have resolved with a solemn affirma Â¬ tion to God that it I couldnt help to build the world up I wouldnt help to Now gentlemen tear or pull it down if you think as I do on this subject and thoro is a way of showing that you do think bo and but one way that is to enough to simply have independence put these principles in practice by vot- Â¬ ing tho local option ticket then you may expect to boo a change for the better Tho time was almost since memory when a simple note was good for any amount of money but now bonds and mortgages are thoight almost no security and this owing to the want of confidence and what has caused this want of confidence why it Is occasioned by intemperate Fordsvllle School Question Another chapter has been added to the long eventful history of Fordsvillo graded school It will be remembered that Messrs Wm Mitchol 0 0 Millor and Dr D M Matthows were sometime ago notified by Supt Fon Rodgers to ap- Â¬ pear before him and show cause why they should not be removed from office as trustees of the district for alleged Those trustees misconduct In office brought suit in the Ohio circuit court and obtained a temporary restraining or der preventing Mr Rodgers from trying S YOUR FENCE G C 1 AN EYESORE6 affair 1 1 i Is it an old picke y T f t f i Does it detract from tho beauty of your -- t J- - - n lawn Are you ashamed of S ft C - - J ii 2 less Til J -- it If so you had bet- tor decide to have a new one put up them HIGHLY ORNAMENTAL and adds beauty to anv nlnnn Ha nwxl nnlnfn am ftonntv t -n Strength Durability and its Lasting Qualities It is built on scientific principles Every part of it strengthens 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 There 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 Clov kport Kr May 5 J899 What the Editor Til- - OWENSDOXO FlNCE COMPANI bentlemen the Williams Fence more than pleases me It it a thins of beauty and a lov forever It enhances the appearance of this - wmmm wu uu uwi rcukciiu un env 1 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mast move from Vests store weeks at the Tar Springs have returned helping Read every page of tnls papor olosely to their home at Owensboro WSDNSSDAY AUGUST 0 1809 If you wish a pair of fall shoes call on as It is brimful of news The Vests have turned the gatling Vests and mako a selection from their A OREAT OFPER immense stock Both price and quantigun loose on their goods ty will ho found satisfactory Messers Urover Jarrett AllonStilos Farm Journal From Now to Decem- Â¬ and Robert Conner were visitors in town Six dollars and fifteen cents will cany Nearly Five Years ber ipo3 you to Lexington over tho Henderson Sunday An advertlaoment elsewhere in MIsa Virgio Bennett of Concordia is route By epeolal arrangement mado with tho this issue gives full particulars visiting Mrs C S Forrigo and Mrs Tlioe publishers of the Farm Journal woaro Pre8Cott Manager II 0 Cerf of The Fair has enabled to offer tbat papor to overy sub Â¬ returned from Louisylllo where ho haa Mrs Emma Moredook of Louisville scriber who pays for tho Brkckbnmdgk been spending a few days with his par Â¬ News one year ahead for onlv 1 both is in tho city visiting relatives and ents He comes back much improved in friends papers for tho piico of ours only our health Mrs 0 E Llghtfoot has gone to papor one year and tho Farm Journal Mrs Dr Kurtz of Webctor Is attend from now to December 1908 nearly flvo Sorghotown whero she-- will visit hor iog tho Smeathers Camp ground moot- Â¬ Journal la an old relatives Tho Farm years ing which is in session near Yelvington established paper enjoying great pcpu Jones Mercer and Dr Kincheloe repre Rev SV W Hopper is conducting the most useful Bented HardinBburg in larity one of the best and the ely last meeting farm papers published Thursday Having docldod to change quarters we SfirThls offer should bo accepted Mr Sam Conrad who ha been sick wll not bo in our prcsont location longer without delay was able to attend the council meeting than September 1st So come at once Monday night and haye your picture made 0 L James Harris and wife of Hardina Knight burg were registered at the Mitchell Vests clearance Bale of goods in stock hotel Saturday is wonderful indeed and only a few William Boultlnghouso one of Ho g moro weeks to dispose of thorn so do prosperous and hustling farmers was in not fall to grasp an opportunity on tho 44444 44444 town Monday low prices Read 8ulzera nd this week Mrs Grant Grogory and Mr and Mrs Tho reduction made on those hand Â¬ All are stopping at Vests Emmott Gregory spent Sunday ac tho some dress patterns laces embroderies Vests are doirig tho ealo act the Tar Springs and goods of this kind is startling and Watch Sulzers ad next issue Master David Ditto of Long Branch now tho chance of your life is before you The jail roof has been painted was the guest of his aunt Mrs J D Bab to get a new dross Dont wait They Glassware at Gregory must go in the next sixty days from Gibsons bagejast week Vests Fresh cakes at tho City Bakery Mrs Frank Ferry of Stephensport Walter May of Louisville arrived in spent Sunday in the city the guest of ItB tho cry lot me off at Vests the city Saturday evening to npond Sun Â¬ Mrs F J Ferry Lace and embrodenes at Sulzare Mrs Courtney P Babbage and son day with his parents Mr and Mrs Fresh candles at the Oity Bakery J Court wont to HardinBburg Tuesday to Chas May Sr He was accompanied by Mrs Augustus Gibson is quite sick MIbs M Bello Oakes a most charming spend tho day young lady of that city who will be the Jelly glasses at Gregory Gibsons H S English 8r and H S EagliBh Jr guest of tho Misses May for a week Go while the pick 1b good at Vests of Stephensoort represented that place Be euro and read our great oflor of tho B W Noel lost a fine cow Monday in town Saturday Breckknridoe News for a year and the The board of health extends an invi Hotels are doing an excellent business tation to all citizens to clean the weeds Farm Journal for the balance of 1809 Little Russell Harris is having chill and all of 1000 1901 1002 and 1903 near- Â¬ from their premises ly five years all for tho price of our pa Â¬ Haynes spent Sunday in this Arthur The big sale at Vests has just begun per alono Just walk up to tho captains city Vests closing out sale isnt any fake offlco and draw tho biggest prize you There is a good deal of sickness in the Go and bo convinced ever drew city Mr and Mre Harry Hills have arriv od How line queensware at GregorvGib home after a pleasant stay f two weeks Harned Coming to the Front sons visiting in the south It is reported tbat there is to be a new Goods aremoving at Ja lively rate at Mr J H Lawson left Friday for Wait flouring mill put up at Harned Station in Vests man where ho will spend several weeks the near future Your wants are always met at the Oity with friends and relatives The mill is to have a capacity of fifty Bakery Little MisaBeula Ahl entertained quite barrels per day and ia to be built all Those kerchief ties aro beauties at a number of her little friends Friday together on a modern plan evening her Cth birthday Sulzers Somo parties at Harned are interested Miss Annie Hambleton left Sunday in the venture and they think it will be D R Murray went to Munfordavllle for Hardin Grove Ind She will spend ago Sunday There is a fine wheat country sur- Â¬ Orfllo DeHaven of Holt was in town two weeks visiting friends rounding Harned and they think a milj Misses Lula Reid and Todd of Saturday will pay there Have you Been those new collars at Owensboro have arrived to be the guests of Mies Marion Bowmer Sulzers Hows This James H Johnson and son Edward Newest patterns in picture moulding went to Lewisport Friday to visit his Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward Sulzers at daughter Mrs Wm Preston for any case of Catarrh that can not be An electric light plant would pay in Mre M J Miller bruised her knee cap cured by Halls Catarrh Cure this town ono day laBt week and since then has F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 R N Hudson and wife went to Louis- Â¬ We the undersigned have known F J been confined to her bed ville Monday Cheney for the lost fifteen years and be- Â¬ Miss Marion Babbage went to Har Â¬ Judge McMercer of Hardinsburg was dinsburg where she will spend several lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus- Â¬ in town Sunday iness transactions and financially ablo to days with relatives and friends carry out any obligations mado by their was in Waldo Simons of Toblnsport The varieties and reduced prices are firm the city Sunday wonderful and you will miss something Went Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole- Â¬ Louisville was in if you fail to boo them at Vests Ray Armstrong of Walding Kinnan do 0 Marvin town last week All who noed wearing apparel should Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Mr Will Madden of Alboln III is vis Â¬ not let Vests sixty day sale escape Mar Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal Â¬ iting Eid Beare yelous bargUns are being offered ly acting directly upon tho blood and Clarence Davis Irvington spent Sun Â¬ Mr and Mrs Frank Ditto of Brandon mucous surfaces of the systoin Price day with relatives burg were tho guests Saturday and Sun Â¬ 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists MIbs Pearl Perrigo will visit in Stepb Testimonials free day of Mr and Mrs J D Babbage ensport this week Miss Delia Batt and brother John Mr Alex Boyd haa giyon ha dwelling spent Sunday in Hardinsburg and were Commenced on the Local Exchange a new coat of paint accompanied by Miss Daisy Fenn Sure enough we are going to hollow Wm Smith of Owensboro was in Miss Bertha Popham who has been hellow Manager W K Boardsman of town Monday afternoon visiting Mr and Mrs Mike Popham has the Cuberland Telephone Co reached this city Tuesday from Owensboro He returned to her home at Louisville The farmers institute will be held in with hia corps of men have commenced ThoB 0 Tousey and Dr Adkisson this city August 24 th the installation of the local exchange They were Wbatl a great advantage water works went to Lodlburg Sunday Mr Boardman hopes to have the service the guests of Dr Adkissons family would be to this town in operation in a few davs W J Dean Jr Glendeane was in tho Buy your light bread from tho City Mr John A Harrison a sterling young city last Thursday He was here in the Bakery and get tho best man of Owensboro will be In charge of The watermelon crop Is not near so Interest of tho Dean Tie company this office There will be day and night The City Bakery delivery ran iway services good as it was last year Cheapest prices to be found at Vests Tuesday but it doesnt interfere with the prfce of fancy and staple groceries Bather go to Coney Isand on Bummer dress goods Mr R A Evans with the Nathan Down to Coney Island they went Elder Beare held Baptismal sorvlces Bonslnger Furniture store of Louisville By the efforts of Tuesday afternoon at the lower wharf Sunday is spending a weeks vacation in the city tho young men a bathing club has been Thero were three additions to the organized Dr T D Renfrew left Mondaylor Christian church Sunday The party consists of about six couples Ohio county He will be absent two or Something new In the goods line can The Pastime ha boon chartered for three days visiting relatives and friends always be had at Sulzera the season and weekly trips will here- Â¬ Mjrs F M Smith and daughter Miss Â¬ Call at Vests and make a selection be All who participate after bo made Frances Louise have returned from a have new bathing costumes and it is fore the goods are all gone visit at Mr 0 P Moormans Louisville said they look real nobby and are made Rev W B Rutledge will commcea In sixty days ten thousand dollars after the new Paraian style revival at Goshen Sunday worth of merchandise must be moved Lindsay Graham of Irvington spent from Vests store Are you in the proc- Â¬ The City Council Meets Sunday here with hia mothor ession Thero was a small attendance at the All orders for ice cream will be filled Misses Maggie and Ella Ahl ot Hard- Â¬ Oity Council Monday night Tho regu Â¬ prompjly at the City Bakory insburg and Miss Blanche Olaycomb of Pat Dlllion and son Edward of Hard Â¬ Irvington were the guests of Mrs Sam lar routine of business was disposed of H 0 Murray was present and put be- Â¬ insburg were In town Sunday Ahl Tuesday fore tho body a petition to put down on J D Hambletoit and wife of Hender Â¬ Miss Nannie Brashoar of West Point the east side of Glover creek a well son camo to the oity Sunday will reach this city Thursday While which was referred to the street commit Â¬ Miss Ruth Howard Hltes Run visited here she will bo the guust of Miss Alice tee for investigation Mattingly relatives In tho city last week The school question came up before Now you see itandnow you dont the body but no action was taken on Robert Stephens and JaineaNugent of PollvlUe were Iv town Sunday is what will happen in sixty days Sup- Â¬ the matter Vests organdies lawns dimities cro Â¬ ply yourself at Vests before thoopportu A Pleisant Event At Irvington upous nlty Is gone alj reduced to half price BftECKENRIDGE NEWS ATTENTION DEMOCRATS Thoro will bo a meeting of Democrats in Hardlnsbunr on Saturday the 12th day of August 1809 at 3 oclock p m to appoint delegates to the Stato Con Â¬ vention to bo held in Lexington August 10th 1899 to nominate a full Stato ticket All Domocrats who aro opposed to the fraud and corruption practiced at the so called Louisville Democratic Convention which mot June 21 1899 are especially iuvited to attend this meeting in the interest of pure Democracy This call is signod by the following well known Democrats F Fraiz- Dr JT Owen J W Owen Alex Farber W L OBrien James W Smith Georgo Graham Stuart Weather holt Wm Pumphrey Sr Chas May hall Jo M Mullen Heniy Solbrig Albert Oram J 0 Yepger Allen Satter fleld Leon MtGavock Rev W B Rut ledge James Sandors Thomas F Bohler D S Duncan John McGvyock Jesse Moseloy A A McMillan W A Bates W G Smart Thos L Wroe Dr J L Moorman John Kaley Dr S T Ham- Â¬ bleton W R Burdette Price Graham J M Weathorholt Wm Pumphrey Jr John L Gummings R 0 Willis Ben H Wilson Wru DoHaven Gus Gibson R M Crenshaw Wm Brown Father C Bray Samuel Beavin 0 B Mattingly R W Lewis F T Heysor G W Lan- Â¬ caster Sanford Basham J L Hinton D H Severs J M Beavin J 0 Weather holt Chas 0 Martin Israel Holder Carlton Overton Joo Garrett John Carson Mike Ryan Robt Mayhall J T Willis J E Gibson Wm N Cundiff John Knight Chas V Simms Nelson Miller John Hawkins A M Matheney Chris Perrigo J A Witt Floyd Lan- Â¬ caster T M Rodgers Raymond Bur dette M J Garrett - WK treats with yea whetHir yon rentlsa I nsrve kl1llBftebtrcohebU ISO TtMIAQ reneret the desire for tebteeo wiihtji oullurTauiUitril eipelsnleo frfl tine parlflee tbe blood re iteres lost manhood BlkL boire T M Tm sironr I tn health nerree I mpeMes d M0GM end BAO rrone own druuUt wne Touoh for o Take II with -aeWwllI wtllpatlimtl y persistently One oes eJPJ 1 1 B bos I usually enresi Ibeiee Site LVv eW Z Tnerantedtoenre orwersfund money 1 ifn Ilk lOO CKKHHXXX JKdnB lUHOTO VTl MITrO 1MI0 We Advertise Facts And Facts Only hardly a day but some to offer phenomenal store claims bargains values that look in the papers beyond all reason or precedent tterUaawey0fcCMearsasatn4llwIsr WANTS Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion WILLING WORKERS WANTED WORKUKS WANTKD To such lain how others make from ftsoo to publications We will make no OUAHANTKED SALARY or other misleading conlract but give terms and explain in a concise and simple manner We will shortly need a representative In each county for a publi- Â¬ cation which we believe wilt eclipse anything Experience In canvassing heretofore marketed will be valuable but not esfential State aee per- Â¬ manent home and experience if any Address C HAND Dept Company McNAILY i66 ir8 Adams St Chicago III There is ts WIIMNG Â¬ Po weekly hnnHllneoiir I Tk News in Brief FOIL SALE rODLTRY 4c 34444444 1 eghorns Also i regis etc All thoroughbred tercd Jersey cow bred to noted registered bull fine slock V HAKU1S Cloverport It Extra FOR SAIK About soIammoth Pexin ducks turkeys a few fancy plgions Brahamas Ky FOR SALE OK KENT ty SALE OR RENT The Klaherty horse shoeing and Repair shop Best stand in coun- Â¬ O A HKNDltV Klaherty Ky FOR KENT FARM but go there and all you will get for your trouble is disappointment We dont believe it pays to fool people Our business has been built upon the platform of good Bottom Farm RENT FOR acres well AimprovedHirer under cultivationoi all Sklllman btatlon and in good condition A neir splendid farm to make money on For further inor call and see me CHAS G formation write STBHKFTT Hawesville Ky Â¬ FOR SALE DR0Q STOCK -- ORSALE A good ttock of drugs Apply to Z T Cox Kkron Ky litis is a great bar- Kain LEGAL HLANKS Honest Goods Honest Prices Honest Advertising And well stick to it forever Watch this space next week IOR SALE Illank Deeds and Mortgages am Forms of Lepal Blanks UIIKCKUN RIDGE NEWS OFFICE TUITIOV A Singular Coincidence A singular occurrence ia related by Dr H C Board of HardinBburg in connec- Â¬ tion with the death of his two children Mis3 Lizzie Board aod Joe B Cox HRECKENRIUGb NEWS OFUCE EIJOEWOOI lSEKKSIlIKES SAIK Certificate in Ilrunt Business College Louisville Kv V Apply to Mratton Joe died on the fifth Sunday in May 1898 at two oclock in tho afternoon and the death of his sister followed just fourteom months afterward on the fifth Sunday in July and at the same hour Tho two were associated together for three years in the post office at Hardins- Â¬ burg and made quite an honorable re- Â¬ cord Miss Lizzies age was twenty three years instead of twenty five as stated last week and she had been sick sixteen montba instead of twelve BREED the kind that win as the record of my herd at Indianapolis and Springfield this year will attest I showed only animals of my own breeding and captured u RXd percentage ol the desirable prizes The prize winning boar Head Â¬ light Jr 43999 and old Artful Duke 10th in My brood service llgs ot thiir get lor sale sows arc cf bfst American and English strains CALDWELL NORTON Come and see me Louisville Ky I O U jLjJLd JCrf JKL - Notice All persons having claims against the estate o Will Board deceased are hereby notified to pro- Â¬ duce the same to me at Rosetta properly proven on or before the ist of September 1S99 ALF TAY Â¬ LOR Administrator GLENDtANE I offer to any party that Bees any other one stealing apples straw or any thing else off my land and will report to me and go before a justlco of the peaco with me and make oath to same I myself wil pay five dollars in gold to the leporterl Julian H Brown QUARTERLY REPORT OF TUB BANK OF HARDINSBURG HARDINSBURO KY HAVE YOU At the close of businesa on the 30th day of June J899 RESOURCES less Loans and discounts loans to directors Overdrafts unsecured Due from National banks 4548123 Banking house and lot Other real estate Other stocks and bonds Cash on hsnd Others items carried as cash Furniture and fixtures 11039034 7S 3U Five fllles Macadam Road Mr James G Harris president of the Spottsville Iron Gravel company bos beon awarded the contract of putting down five miles of macadam road in Henderson county The stone used is quarried above this city and is a super- Â¬ ior quality and whon the road is com- Â¬ pleted it will be the finest in that county 464813s 500 BEEN THINKING About getting a New Trunk Telescope or Valise DO YOU NEED a Pair of Shoes then see Brown Those Ladies Dress Skirts are nobby from ij 81500 10991 9S 5738 12108 70000 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash Surplus fund Deposits subject to check Ion which interest Is not paid 71616 03 Time certificates of deposits on which Interest is paid 9150277 Unpaid dividends 3500oco Beari the OASTORIA f Ths Kind You Have Always Bought iJtSou 1T0 An entire new stock of Notions Neckwear Beauty Pins Combs and pretty Belt Buckles Men dont go shirtless with the assortment that Brown carries Brown has the Clothing to clothe both old and young His parlors are open to all 163118 80 iocooo 19479902 For Sale The personal property of Mrs Augustus Tabeling deceased consisting of the following Household Furniture State ok Kentucky County ot Ilreckcnridge J ec iJ M II Beard Cashier Bank of Hardinsburg bank located and doing business in the city of Har- Â¬ dinsburg in said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1899 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business ol said bank has been trans- Â¬ acted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made in compliance with an official notice received Irom the Secretary of State designating the 30th day ol June 1899 as the day on which such report shall be made M H Beard Cashier Farming Implements Two Mules Two Cows and Calf Directors Morris Eskkiook Beard Subscribed and sworn to before me by M II Beard the 3rd day of July 1899 Hkank Board N l B C My commission expires with next session Ken- Â¬ tucky Senate BV Will Miller W E BROWN Irvington Ky MALARIA ANTIDOTE The sale will take place August 26 1899 on the Farm of the deceased I Miss Dora Mi SSI1 JraEuf IE TaMing ADMINISTRATRIX FOR RENT t N E WOOD A M M D President Chicago Medical and Surgical Institute 017 LaSalle Avenue Chlwno III 4 Established lu Chicago over twenty years Kcgularly chartered under act of IIHnoU Legislature Capital fully paid S100000 The oldest Largest moat reliable and auo cessful Medical Institute In the U H Trlvato rooraa for latleote with facilities for any emergency X ltay Microscopical and UrUcoplcul Kiamlnatlorj are nuide ln all caaosi whenever dlasrnosU It doubtful Write for freo Hook on Ueformltlea and llraeea Club Feet Curvature of the Bplue llronehltU Catarrh Cancer Tumors 1ilei rarnlyslt Kpllepsy Kidney lllatlder Eye Bar Skin and Ulood Disease and all 8ur leal Operations llest facllltlea apparatus and remedies for tho aucoeaiful treatment and cure of all Obscure or Chroulo Diseases We absolutely guarantee to euro every ease of Nervous Debility and disease resulting- from abuses atld Indiscretion of Youth and Manhoodi Spermatorrhoea Bern lnal Weakness night ldssea and vital drain Varicocele Hydro In urine Impotener oele Htrloture lhlmosls etc ate Charge Keasouable No Incurable eases accepted No OCOD or deposit tehetues Failure 1 unknown to mi 1009 testimonial Utter oa Hie f row eared paUsat Many rar4 at teas OsMtsaHatlaa freo a4 eoftaVaaattal areanaUy a fcr tetter Wirt us ttr ttey UVerfjBSaA BtUksW HUGHES TONIC SPLENDID GENERAL TONIC NOTE Tho New formula is very pal atablo and more effective than Quinine UOOAGREFARMl In one of tho best and most fertile farming Boctiona of the county 1 just what you need WS EM -- - m You all know when you haye pictures Entire new line of belt buckles collar made at Knights you get the best and clasp and new oombs at Sulzers pleasing results This is the ver- Â¬ Eld Beare Christian Minister held moat dict of all services 8anday morning at Tar Fork Wm McCracken who is already much Resident owuers are beglnlng to reof a man has increased in weight the move the weeds from their pramlats last week It is over the arrival of a JohaP HuflwellJr of Hardinsburg bouncing boy was in town Monday on legal business Mrs William Fields and Misses HqbTUI Grovw Toblnsporta promi nent politician waa in the oity Saturday Thldkplay of the Immense stock of allvariUen at Vests is worth going to Â¬ Â¬ eti Notice All ixrioniTinlJIng claim againit the estate of John Jllnton deceated are hereby notified to pre sent tame progeny proven lor Miiieraeai on or uc forsAugjo ThoM knowiejr tbentelvee Indebted toeald eiftleare requested to come forward and settlo at once LEO HlWTON Admr A number of friends and relatives spent a pleasant day with Mr and Mrs John Galloway near Irvington last Sat- Â¬ urday Those present were Mr and Milton Dowel Mr and Mrs Mrs OBram Dowell and children Riley Dowell Oscar Dowell Misses Bettlo Dowell and Gola Brown Mrs Harm Snyder of near Irvington and Mr and Mre Will Vertrees and children and Miss Katie Duckenson of Hardin county Played Out If Run Down Promotes Healthy Appetite Strengthens You will feel better after secoud dose -- - TRY IT Everything thats good in 00 Acres 50 Acres In Orchard LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE INSURANCE Furnished by 1 In Clover In Meadow alon regulates Liver and bowels Invig Â¬ orates the whole system It will do the work no after deprea no butting ears or deafness lletter than Quininebecause it 20 Acres ee Nursing Mothers dread hot weather They know how it weakens and how this affects the baby All such mothers need Scotts Emulsion It gives tkm strength and makes the babys food rloher and mpre abundant 80a and f I AUlMmgte4 Wonderful Improvement The Bowling Green road Is In a better traveling condition than it has been for years The drainage la perfect and with proper attention will admit ot traveling throughout the winter Road Supervisor Bohler la putting his whole heart Into this work which will clearly be proven ia yo H yes will take a drive over iJ GEORGE H CASPERKE BRANrmNBima Jewolry and Insurance Mw Mike 1opUam want to Ouster last MJf Mrs Ddpblnla wek fWUer kbntuokv w AW aAr i Mi m CkUbMtua KuHii TT LwtlsvilU wr rwwnrnw wuHsm FriOay Hon WJS Minor f Addison w la I good rENNYROYAL PILLS a TtuN Hrwiau ua nmf uim ui A DttwM MAMW Vf Jf fF f ft tfcSA ari twt MtUU Ulwul Brut Rest in whoat corn tobacco My reasons for wanting to rent is on account of failure of health A good show for tho right man For further par Â¬ ticulars write me CERTAIN CURE For Chills and Malaria fevers guaranteed AT DRUGGISTS Dont accept any Substitute ouc ana iuu uouiw ROBINSON lMerpertd PPTTET KY CO LOUISVILLE A J GROSS Holt Ky V - frUnd Ten thowMtd ctolitw worth Attwii WE WWi tetbe tmvelhqr x41Ue fcbi U ftMelUat ywM urwF wire am mJMmmmm At wnitimt v ttfi w twlfwlw imBnl m4 J KTL MsUlslifA mm iPfc sialsl MMm lisjSjtotsfkfU U rsWys ksVifllllw yStU to MMn lv -- rsto syssLjm rvfT1 m Twpnwwwiwmm prate a visit to relatives t Kirk Mattes DrakiirMg comity this week TIIH TYRANT CUPID Say wliat vtm A new telephone line will soen be will Cupid ia ereeted from Brandenburg to Wolf Greek somewhat of a MlavHtrrdthMortHroieftha damned Part of the line is already completed tyrant after all trttti protrudliw piles lmuftht on by eotmtlpa lie waves his Miss Minnie Bard of this plaoe was Man with which I wm aMIetcd tor twenty lash of govern ear I ran acroM yonr CARCARKTS In the seriously stricken with typhoid fever last and never found aaylhtne awaof Newell ment oer tlie to miiI Hiem To day I tm entirety free trom week while at Paynesville Her father head of every Heaaid feel llks anew man removed her to her home last Thursday O HKrrrr 1411 Jones 8t Stoux City Ik woman who elects him to A large number of men woro preeont rule her life No CANDY with Mr Frank Greer at his barn raising woman can choose CATHARTIC on last Thursday but best of all was the Ast i the happiness and honor of wifehood bountiful and delicious dinner Gall ou nml motherhood us again Frank without being subject also to its pains TWAOII Mairmrto Oliver Greer of Paradise Bottom is and penalties But no woman ought to suffer na most busy Inspecting tho applo crop Ha re- Â¬ do from those ailments and weaknesses ports that ho has soon hut ono troo that which are due to her peculiarly delicate MmmhI IHUUkU lnfjnt- - Tat flfxvl To had all good and perfect apples on it and susceptible organism Every woman e Wo Hood Never Sicken Weaken or 0 ripe 10c Georgo Peckinpaugh has the reputation ought to know that Dr Pierces lavorite CURE CONSTIPATION Tw SIS wl Prescription will cure these unnatural ItatMaf Krailr fT fak of having this famous treo in his yard and debilitating troubles It cures them I see the Editor baa asked the corres- Â¬ absolutely completely permanently It to contains no alcohol to create a craving pondents in Breckonridge county give a report of the crops It might be for stimulants News 1 I with heart felt gratitude that must tell of interest to some to know something you what your medicine has doneI for me A about the crops in Meade The yfrld of writes Mra Fla Pin Crenshaw of PanasoITkec a letter to Dr R V rlcree Sumter Co WEDNE8DAY AUGUST 0 1809 After consulting you about wheat was very light and as ar as I can of IluflAlo N Y my cane 1 took your medicine and It cured me of learn it was only about 60 per cent female weakness 1 was all run down I suffered sick the compared with last year Until recently with downheadache pains In two back and bear WEBSThR 1 took ing aln bottles of Dr Pierces lavorite Prescription and was then able the corn crop showed 100 per cent but to take care of my house My health is better tho dry hot weather has diminished than It has been for three years I do not know Splendid rains theeo figures about one fourth Tobacco how to thank you for the kind advice you gave so cheerfully Thrcahing io about all done is looking line but very few have topped This grand Prescription has accom- Â¬ Farmers are busy breaking ground for There la about oO per cent of an apple plished the same beneficent purpose for thousands of women in every corner of crop but n great many are faulty wheat this broad land It imparts health to Owenaboro Fred Moorman went strength and endurance to the special In reply to McQuady Sunday organism of womanhood and gives tonic Battletown is In Meade county ten vitality to the entire nervous system B Parka has n little boy that has If miles west of Brandenburg and ono and Its marvelous properties are more fully typhoid fever a half miles fioni the Ohio river in the descnled in one chapter of the Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser by R V Miss Nannie Lyddan goes away to midst of the bus lime burning section Iictce M D a splendid thousand page school Bhortlr This little illustrated olume which will be cent which is the chlel indtibtiy Born to the wife of Edgar AdkiBson point is yet in its infancy and I have free paper bound for 21 one cent btnmpa July 31st a fine boy not much description to give but being to pa the cost of mailing only or cloth bound for 31 stamps Bollinger McKinney went to Clover located in a very donaly populated section our two meichants have a very ex port last Saturday Enock Norton who is ill of Freedom meeting next Sunday and tensive trade they also ship and boat typhoid fever about five thousand barrels of lime anall roads will lead thero Miss Lottie Radenheimer and Lena nually Mrs Allen and aon of Hardin county Parks two of Miltons very apt music aro visiting L M Lyddan scholars aro taking music lessons of Miss Bumarks Iron Nerve Miss Xorrle Kim has returned from a Was the result of his splendid health Emma Kurtz of Webster delightful visit in Daviess county Our big jovial sheriff V B Burton Indomitable will and tremendous energy Mre A 8 English of Cloverport visi Â¬ are not found where Stomach Liver passed through town last Friday posting ted Mrs John Lyddan last Thursday Kidneya and Bowels are out of order If election notices summoning officers for Mrs Ella Kurtz Crutcher returned you want these qualities and tho success the election on local option Aug 20th homo Sunday from a visit to her mother they bring use Dr Kings New Life Mr Tyler agent for the Cincinnati Pills They develope every power of Cooperage Company was in our section here lost Thursday and Friday taking up Ofallow Meador 1b rejoicing over the brain and body Only 23c at Short staves cross ties and looking after the arrival of a little girl at his house the Haynes drug store purchase of other timber second SINGLETON If some one wants to strike a Klondike Mrs Ella LeNeavo and little daughter and do a land office business come to Lucile of Franklin Tenn aro visiting Clifton and open up a general store and Farmers are needing rain friends here Miss Pattie Allen is spending this week a blacksmith shop The best stand in We would suggest to our fiscal court the county now for either that they try fall seeding on some of our at Brandenburg Chas Radenheimer and wife I D public roads Mr Jesse Chism and wife went to Haynes and wife and B A Parks and The funeral of G W Robbins will be Battletown Thursday wife visited T W Moredock wife and preached at Freedom Aug 23rd by Rev Hauling saw logs and rail road ties is daughter Sunday A very pleasant G W Morris the order of the day placo indeed to visit Our public school began Monday with Sunday School at Flit R ck and Cold While crops appear to be greatly all indications of a successful term 40 Spring is progressing nicely stimulated since tho rains yet we can Â¬ pupils enrolled Mr Dock Steepleton went to Laconia not expect more than half a crop in this The motto of our county court should Thursday to see his children section Tobacco looks fine though a be no new roads till the old ones are Miss Ida and Flora Chism spent Tues- Â¬ small acreage out thoroughly worked day with Miss Cora Singldton Clifton has a Sabbath school which in re- Â¬ Howard Mathis of OwenBboro Miss Alice Peckinpaugh spent part oi interest and attendance the community turned home Monday after a visit here last week with Mies Pauline Chism should appreciate and feel proud of and of two weeks duration MissSallie Allen spent Sunday the continue to work harder to maintain the Three able speakers will address the guest of Mrs H Stiff of Paradise Bottom same Eor sixteen Sundays up to date peoplo here on local option the 18th at 0 Mrs R H Chism and Mre O K the average attendauce is 54 10 730 p m Dont Jail to come Luby Adkisson of Brandenburg came When you hear a man say if we havo Chism went to Wolf Crtek Wednesday Wednesday to visit his sister Mr George Chism and Miss Cora Sing- Â¬ down lost local option whisky will bo sold any- Â¬ Mrs H C Haddock and shortly after how you may set that man down at leton spent Sunday tho guests of Mrs Gle his arrival his horse took suddenly sick son once for whisky and died We sympathize with Mr When we hear of a church member Miss Biddie Chism who has been very Adkisson in loss of such a valuable favoring a saloon we think at once that ill for sometime no are glad to say is im- Â¬ horse some pastor and tome church court have proving fast Tho Farm Journal has nearly two been remiss in duty Mr Cal Chism and John Pipes will We can conceive of no greater incon- leave Sunday for Monrsa we wish them million readers each issue it is putting in a new press that will print 200 copies sistency than for a man to give of his success in their undertaking a minute it is the beet farm paper in means to build churches and support Miss Ella Bennett and Sallie and Bet Amenca and it pleases the women folks the gospel and turn right around and tie Allen and Mr Till Bennett Oil Greer all to pieces We have made a special favor the saloon and Pleasant Allen were the guests of arrangement by which we are able to Overseers pretty generally have had Flora and Ida Chism Sunday evening send the Farm Journal for the balance their hands out working tho public roads of 1899 and all of 1900 1001 1902 and through this section and the Improved About one month ago my child which 1903 nearly five years to all subscribers facilities for travel resulting therefrom is fifteen months old had an attack of of the Bkkckeniudue News who pay a are highly gratifying diarrhoea accompanied by vomiting I year in advance It is your duty to start your children gavo it such remedies as are usually to the public school the first day if pos- Â¬ given in such cases but as nothing gave sible and send them ever day you can relief we sent for a physician and it was and assist tho teacher to the utmost of under his care for a week At this time Gabe Wright Jolly Station was in our your ability to make the school a suc- Â¬ the child has been sick for about ten mdst Sunday cess dajs and was having about twenty five S 0 Frank and wife spent Saturday No complaint can be made of our operations of the bowels every twelve and Sunday with relatives at Jolly times at present Everyone is getting hours and wo were convinced that unMrs C B Pate returned Sunday from along well that is making the proper ef- Â¬ less it soon obtained relief it would not a few days visit with hereon J W Pate No condition of affairs could pre Â¬ live Chamberlains Colic Cholera and fort of Jolly vail under which Borne people would Diarrhoea Remedy was recommended Rev Samuel Bates of Brownstown succeed because the make no effort and I decided to try it I Boon noticed Ind is tho guest of Dr Wm Howard and with these times are always hard a change for the better by its con- and other relatives It has very truthfully been tald of tinued use a complete cure was brought Mies McGeary of the Jolly neighbor Â¬ patronizing the saloon You deposit about and it is now perfectly healthy hood was the guest of Mies Nellie your money and lose it your character O L Boggs Stumptown Gilmer Co Whitehouse last week and lese it your strength and lose it W Va For sale by A R Fisher Clo- Â¬ Rev Samuel Bates of Brownstown your manly independence and lose it verport It A Shollman Stephensport Ind will preach at tho Tar Fork Chris Â¬ your wifes happiness and lose it your tian church Thursday night Aug 10th CLIFTON MILLS childrens happiness lose it and your All are invited to come own soul and lose it Mr Ed Pato who has been with Balls got a The themometer registered 100 last threshing Machine accidently HERBINE is well adapted to the cure Thursday pitchfork stuck In his foot Friday which of fevers of all kinds because it thor- Â¬ very bad wound The health of the community is rea Â¬ has caused a oughly cleanses the stomach and bowols Rev Bonre preached an interesting sonably good of all bilious humors and expels all im- Â¬ 8unday Ilia Little Owen Tarka continues right ill sermon at Tar Fork pure Becretions of the body Price 60 sermon was greatly appreciated by all of typhoid fever cents A R Fisher present especially thoso who were mem Â¬ Obas Radenheimer made a business bers of his church He will preach hero BATTLETOWN trip to Louisville last week again the 1st Sunday in September Crops are wonderfully revived after And a series of meeting is anticipated Miss Evio Bennett is on the sick list to follow this sermon Tho people are the copious showers of recent date Frank Greer has bis residenco ready Â¬ Our public school opened up Monday anxious to have him protract his meet Lo occupy ing trusting by so doing it will arouse last with Everett Frymire as teacher M J Bennett went to Brandenburg tho membership of the ohurcb which Business and farm work somewhat has beon paatorlesa for the past two Thursday relaxed owing to he hot weather years Tar Fork is a nice little church We were blessed with a good rain here Miss Gertrude Smith of Big Spring la and is beautifully situated and its a Friday night vibiting her aunt Mra E J Beauchamp shame for its members to let their Madam Rumor Bays there will be I D Haynes and wife visited Mr and church be ridiculed by so many Wake y some weddings right soon up members and see where you are at Mrs Ohas Radeiiheimers last Saturday Till Bennett got his foot seriously in Â¬ Mrs J O Wheeler of Louisville jured by a horse tramping on it arrived here Monday to visit friends Yd 1 1 0USt to know that when suffer- ing from any kidney trouble that A good crowd attended the house and rolativea a safe sure remedy ia Foleys Kidney wising by Mr Lsrk Kendall Friday Every church Bhould keep up a week Mack Thompson will leave shortly for ly prayer meeting we have done so Gure Guaranteed or money refunded ARFlsherOIoverport E A Witt Jbhoooer Foint to open up a new store since Feby 28th with fine attendance Hardlnsburg Obaa Bennett while hauling ties met add interest FORD8VILLE the lllluok of annulling hla wagon last Ohas Radenheimer presented his estl- wrek matable daughters with a tine Kimbol Claudie Bennett Henry Smith Mrs organ last week that would do credit to Miss Edna Wilson of Louisville la the llan NneU And Mfsa Blanche Blake all any home guest of Miss Grass Howard hare the fevers Thoe McCbv made several trie to I Mra W Pliant retarded to her LI sIInli Rev J B Uajues and family content j Ilfl luiiavwi 1et tnniil f a ma a hmi unnwi I home is Shepwdsvllle Friday attar a nee w 3 PILES two wek visit U her parents Mr and Mrs J L DatfeaeB Ollle Wilson Is out again after a short lllneefl Mr and Mrs Henderson Eoute Cooper are visiting In ONLY ONE CURE FOR S CROFULA S blood diseases and 1b beyond tho roach of tho many so called purlflora and tonics bocauso somo Obstinate Disease thlnKmorothanaineretonlo is required S 8H is equal to any blood trouble and nover falls to euro Scrofula bocauso it goos down to tho seat of tho disease thus permanently eliminating overy of tho taint Tho serious consoquenoos to which Scrofula surely loads should impress Upon thoso afflicted with It tho vltnl im- Â¬ portance of wasting no timo upon treatment which can not possibly effect a euro In many oases where tho wrong treatment has beon relied upon complicated glandular swellings havo resulted for which tho doctors insist that a dangerous surgical operation 1b necessary A Mr HEThompson of Millodgevllle Go writes bad caso of Scrofula broke out on tho glands of my nook which had to be lanced and causod mo much suffering I was treated for a long while but tho physicians wero un DM Jl3a ablo to euro mo ana my condition wan as bad as when I vKK began their treatment Many blood remedies woro used but without effect Bomo ono recommonded S S 8 and I began to improve as soon as I had taken n fow bottles Continuing tho remedv I was soon cured normanontlv BwlftB Speciflo and havo cover had a sign of tho dlsoaso to return is tho only remedy which oan promptly reach and euro obstinate deep seated blood diseases By relying upon it ana not ozporimonting with tho various so called tonics etc all sufferers from blcod troubles can bo promptly cured w instead of enduring years of suffering which gradually but surely undermines tho constitution 8 8 8 is guaranteed purely vegetable and novor fails to euro Scrofula Eczema Cancer Rheumatism Contagious Blood Poison Bolls Tetter Pimples Sores Ulcers etc Insist upon S S S nothing can take its place Books on Dlood and skin diseases will bo mailed freo to any address by tho Swift Bpoolfie Company Atlanta Georgia Thoro of remedies recommonded Is the Only Sorofuln are dozensthem no doubt bolng ablo for soma of to afford temporary rellof but S 8 8 ia absolutely tho only remedy which completely durea it Remedy Equal to this flcrofulft fsono of tho most obstinate doop seated Lsninill hiimi In Effect 81 Louis lxi h 4 wssmy 5 Warren county Mrs Abbott of Louisville is visiting her cousin Mrs M Conulff Quite a number of young people went to tho Sulphur Springs Sunday Miss Mary and Neoma Smith of Evans vllle aro visiting at O Smiths iioyd llros tent photographers are doing an Immense buslnean hero The ladies of the M E church gave a very successful cream suppor last Saturday night The Best Remedy for Flux Mr John Mathias a well known stock dealer of Pulaski Ky says After suff-Â¬ ering for over a week with flux and my physician having failed to rellovo me I was advised to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and have the pleasure of stating that tho half of ono bottle cured me For salo RA by A R Fishor Cloverport Shellmao Stephensport riwe Card June 181889 No H No Jiast St Louis Rvaasvllle Henderson Uasket SpnttsvMe Stanley Lv HOU NU No 4 89gin 2 iff 3 01 8Mfm 24fkin 3fi S S Iead Uotlhlng ten ri 330 3 341 Ind 11 Oweniboto Powers vanntan tiflfllth Mail nclr ii 460 418 431 4S9 460 48 807 610 620 I p rates ir Koeltport 388 419 438 483 440 4 49 T Breckenridge for Comieltoo Sktliman Shops Cloverport 11011 Iewliport raieon leltie Ilaweivilte I Teil Cltjr j 600 611 618 122 5 03 Addison Stephensport Sample J ierce Webste InrinKlon Iodlburg 60 634 S50 626 5k2 6U 603 610 618 8 21 6 31 6 40 6 43 Â¬ Giuton Ekron 61 567 603 610 617 54Y STEPHENSPORT Prices floating opera was at the wharf Monday evening Fred D Ferry of Cloverport was in town Sunday evening W O Blain of Patesvilln was in town Saturday and Sunday forest Blain of 3ht Infantry U S A returned home Saturday Rev Felix Roberts of HardinBburg was in town last week Grover Jarrott and Robert Connor were in Cloverport Sunday Mr and Mrs Godfrey Haswell of Har-Â¬ dlnsburg were in town Sunday Miss Cora Best who has been at Petii for sometime returned home Saturday A R Miller is spending n few days in Rome Ind with his Bister Mrs A J Earls Mr and Mra Will Vaughn and family of Louisville spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs It W Vaughn Mr and Mrs J H Lay who haye re- Â¬ been visiting here and Fordsvlll turned to Gas City Ind Saturday A series of moetings commenced in the Baptist church M inday by the pas- Â¬ tor Z Ferrell and Jenkinc Herman Lay Evarts English Mifbb Zelma Lay Ida Jarrott and John Jarrett Jr attended the Institute at Hardlnsburg Mrs Dr Larue Helm oi Lexington returned home Monday ace impanied by Mrs L B Helm and Master R bt Willie Brandenbarcr I xne Urttich Hock Harm Willow Dal 130V 645 715 7 Loalsville Union Dep Howard West Point Kentuckv Street Ar 7 SO 7 45pm 663 665 3tsm S S S FOR THE BLOOD WKST BOUND Na 41IN0 Ixuisville Union Deo Iv 7 37an Kentucky btreet 7 tO we Ioint 824 Howard 8H Wlllowdale 8J7 Rock Haven Long Drench Brandenburg 43 No 45 muse 603 637 6 40 6 48 5 63 4 0upm 6 Viim 845 918 931 944 961 Â¬ Â¬ The Man of The Hour A Magnificent Ekron Gutton Iryington Webster 8 49 868 9 21 1 SU iff U28 600 609 618 626 6 43 1002 11 67 IOdlburg Pierce Sample Stephensport 037 943 9 48 661 6 69 1014 Portrait of Addlion Holt 987 10 Ul 10 01 707 712 720 724 727 789 743 764 801 812 827 833 loM 10 31 Cloverport Shops Skilman bsa 1046 1049 1069 1103 11 1016 1032 I lUJU Admiral Dewey in Ten Colors size 14 by 21 inches for Cannelton Hawesville Falcon Petrle Tell City I 1042 1040 1064 1104 I ewlipott Waitman 818 8 42 19 11 in Powers iforJRockport Ind 1119 HICB 1130 Owensboro 1140 Uffl 1139 1163pm 1215tm 1220 12 Mattlnglr Griffith 1161 will bo published by ub shortly It is now being printed for ub on heavy plato paper in a form suitable for framing by ono of the largest art lithograph houses in America in the famous French style of color plate work Every American family will want one of thcHO handsomo pictures of Admiral Dewey It must be remembered that this picture v ill be in no sense a cheap chromo but will be an example of the very highest stylo of illum- Â¬ inated printing It will be an ornament to any library or drawing Our readers can haye the Dewey portrait at what it costs ub room namely fifteen cents per copy by merely filling out the coupon below and sending it to this office at once There will be such a demand for VaugliD tho portrait when it is published that we advise sending orders in ad- Â¬ Mr and Mrs Williard Vaughan of near Lexington spent last week vance Aa many copies as may be desired can bo had on ono coupon Write name and address with with Mr and Mrs R W provided fifteen cents iB sent for each cony Vaughn and remit in coin or postage stamps plainly Â¬ Stanley Worthlngton Reads Spottsville Baskets Henderson Evansrille St Louis 1166 863 905 916 925 921 t U69tii 1207pm S32 39 1ZI4 47 1232 64 WJtt 12 1 15 SJ 1239 At 716pm 10 1255 4Upm 125 720am Not s and 46 have Pullman Bullet keeping Cars and elexunt hlgh baJt seat Passes er Coaches through between Louliville Kvansi le and St Louis without change N01 41 and 44 have elegant high ba seat Pass Â¬ enger Coaches and Parlor Csr service hrouph be Â¬ tween Louisville Kvanvllle and St IauIs without change Nos 4s and Coaches between Louisville and livans lllo with Â¬ out change IJDGAIt II LL Traffic Mtnager Loulivdle Ky 43 have Patlor Cars td elegant U ti St L Mr William Hanks commonly called Uncle Billy who is past 05 years is very low at his sons W B Hanks and not expected to live many days TIME TABLE Na 10 h FordsvIMs Branch 1809 IN EFFOT SUNDAY JUNE18 TO BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT For tho enclosed remittance of West Bound Trains No3t No5t AM Bast Bound Train STATIONS Lv No2t AM tNo 4 PM T CASTOR Bears the Bignaturo of KY cents send me PM 10 60 11 13 For Infants and Children A Date The Kind You Have Always Bought copies of the ADMIRAL PEWEY PORTRAIT in colore as described in todays papor Name Address 1124 1128 11 33 6 45 7 09 7 7 7 7 7 7 8 19 23 23 35 Irviniton Garfield Junction Junction Harneri Kirk Jolly Â¬ The Farm Journal is choke full of gumption and has the largest circulation of any farm paper in the world It is good everywhere We offer it for a short timo as a prize to advance paying sub- Â¬ scribers to the Bkeckbnbidqe Njcws a year ahead and the Farm Journal for the balance of 1899 and all of 1900 1901 1902 and 1903 nearly five years all for the price of our paper alone d0iS 1140 1160 1167 12 12 12 12 09 14 30 Hardlnsburst Glendeane Dempster 45 62 01 Ar 900 6 45 835 520 3 24 609 820 605 8 15 600 8 10 465 8 01 764 7 42 4 46 4 FU 4 15 60 8 25 8 45 8 65 809 860 Falls of Rough Rockvale Ruth Askins Oaks Fordsville Lv Dempster 730 715 663 427 400 329 315 SH -- 12 65 6 57 6 48 6 44 JsLfltfti AFTER USING HEALTH AND VITALITY urmxirvjnmaiTin xxxjXjS 1 00 1 05 1 13 1 20 IM 900 908 915 Ar PM 38 333 3 21 1 3 42 6S6 630 AM 11 wS Tho groat remedy or nervous prostration and all diseases of tho generative 8 order wo fruarantco to euro or rotand the monoy Sold at 8100 per box Oboxos for 5O0 Hit ItlOTTTS CIIHITIICAJj CO Cleveland Ohio 41 43 and 44 connect ot Irvlngton with 3 and for points on Fordsville branch Irains a 3 4 and 3 run daily Trains Nos a sod 4 connect at Irvlngton with Main Use trains 41 41 43 and 44 Trains 41 Trains Nos Dally Vi J For sale by Short Haynes Druggists Cloverport Ky Safety Gomfobt bAlltown Fireman Hurt Kenneth Ferry fireman on the Henderson Route while on duty sustained injuries that compelled him to lay off a Â¬ mmmnmmBiFmwKammmwm-mwm-mmemmWm- m Louisville DO YOU INTEND TO BUILD IF YOU DO ai Packet Line STEAMERS Emi week or more ym Wi A tMf9 AMB aK T4B JaIsBiI SuT Â¬ NERVOUS WEAKfe DISEASED NO CURE Ik JP Lumber iQSG3 first WRITE TO Fast Mall Line Between MONEY SAVED BY GETTING THEIR PRICES ON WILL COMPANY Doors Louisville and Evansville E G RAGON F M MEN NO PAY treatment Shingles Sash Blinds Etc RYAN Matter W A BISHOP Purser Â¬ LOUISVILLE LONG DISTANOB KY CD TARASOON D L PENNY Master L T CONNER Ptirser H fP 2 WE CURE SYPHILIS Thla terrlblo ItlonJ Pfllnnn tho terror of mankind yields readily to our N1IW Beware of Mercury TKKATMENT Potash etc They may ruin your system If you bate sores In the mouth or tongue pains in tho Joints soro throat hair or eyebrows fulling outpimples or blotches stomach derangement sore eyes hcad aohes oto you havo the secondary stage we solicit tpo of this Jl ool lolson most obstinate cases and challenge the world for a caso we aocent for treatment tnd rftnnnt are uj our treatment ino ulcers heal the hair Brows acatn pains disappear tho skin boeomes healthy and marrlsso is possible nod safe i TUP NEW MKTHOn original with Dra K k K will port- tlvcly cure t orover any form of Mood or Sexual dlsoaso It Is tho result of SO years experience Id tho treatment of tneto aiteaies TELEPHONE 4Q4 TELL CITY K II BALLARD Master W BNEWBELL Purser HBa- The roost centrally located and only diss hotel In the city making a i 00 rate lEL El P D STAGGS Dally except Sunday between Loalsville and New Amsterdam Freight shipped by this tine delivered quicker than by rail Travelers will And the steamers In equipment and areoraraodatlons The est oullnsry arc employed as cooks and tho menu Is equal to that of the belt hotels General offices 176 and 178 Fourth Avenue Louisville -- Only one bloek from the principal shopping district and two blosks from the principal theatras FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL 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