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BWWPPWWSnRjHWffytwir ywy eFWW FWn V BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE VOL XXIV X NEVWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 1899 CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23 NO 6 PUSHED WITH VIGOR Will Be the Philippine Campaign After the Wet FOUR OR MORE ARMIES TO OPERATE Secretary Root Will Act Upon Suggestions Made by Mil- Â¬ itary Men to Squelch the Insurrections Fresh Rumor Afloat that General Otis Will Be Deposed sJ Washington Aug 21 An Important partVwlH bo assumed in tho coming Philjtplne campaign by the report prc pojAl for tho use of Secretary Root and loucning upon tnat portion or tno isl- Â¬ and of Luzon north and south of Ma- Â¬ nilla Secretary Root has not only ascer Â¬ tained where tho United States troops aro located but he has also taken into consideration such information as can bo obtained relative to the pbpulation of the adjacent country the kind of people and their disposition toward the United States The secretary has been studying the lines of transportation and learning what ho can of the geog- Â¬ raphy of tho country It is believed that more than one army can operate to advantage in tho Philippines and the suggestion has been made by some army officers that an army should start from different points and operate in such a manner as to dlBtract and destroy the Filipino forces At present the United States forces do not occupy the line of rail Â¬ way half way to Lingayen on the gulf of the same name It nrny b that when the army in Philippines consists of 60000 men in ofcead of about 20000 or 25000 it will be possible to have four or more armies pperating instead of two as during tho in session Here an entirely new scheme for the solution of tho race problem His Idea Is to have tho negroes build up a separate government of their own but Instead of deporting them to Africa as advocated by Bishop Turner of Gcargla he would have this Mecca of tho colored man located within the United States Krugers Acceptance London Aug 16 President Kruger according to a dispatch from Johan- Â¬ nesburg has sent a reply accepting the proposal of the secretary of state for the colonies Joseph Chamberlain to submit the franchise controversy to a Joint commission of Inquiry on con- Â¬ dition that the independence of tho Transvaal shall not be impugned m te last campaign Dewey on the Filipinos Naples Aug 21 Admiral Dewey Bold here that he believed the Philip Â¬ pine question would shortly be solved In his judgment the inhabitants were capable of self government and the only way to settle the insurrection and to insure prosperity was to concede it to them He declared that he never was in favor of violence toward tho Filipinos and remarked that after auÂ¬ tonomy had been conceded annexation might be talked of Otis May Be Deposed Secretary Washington Aug 21 Hoot has in contemplation a visit to the president at Lake Chnmploln He lias not finally determined whether to go but will decido in a day or two Tho fact that Genera Wesley Merrltt is to have a conference with the president during the week combined with Mr Roots prospectlvo tiip has given rise to fresh rumors of a possible change In the command of the troops in too Reeds Resignation Portland M Aug 21 Amos Allen Speaker Thomas B Reeds private sec- Â¬ retary said that Mr Reeds resignation would be Bent to the governor of Maine this week to take effect Sept 4 The special election to elect a successor to Mr Reed in this district will bo held about the middle of October Orleaulsts Back of It Paris Aug 16 The Matin assorts that M Fabre the magistrate has now proofs of a conspiracy against the Re Â¬ publican government and that the Orleanlet party has expanded consider- Â¬ able sums in Nationalist propaganda RIOTING IN PARIS Anarchists Destroy Property Clash With the PoUee Paris Aug 21 The days of the com Â¬ mune was- recalled here on Sunday afternoonand night Groups of rabid anarchists and soclaIlsta wergatherad together in response to an appeal of two newspapers The prefecture of police gives tho following statistics of the riots Three hundred and eighty persons were in- Â¬ jured and 360 taken to the hospitals Fifty nine police agents were wound Â¬ ed besides Commissaries Gouticr and One hundred and fifty per Dolsmine sons were arrested of whom- - 80 are deÂ¬ tained in custody ad - Â¬ - Philippines Insurrection Spreads Aug 16 Arrivals and Manilla mail advices from Negroa and Cebu agree that tho Insurrection Is gaining strength remarkably in both those Islands which had hitherto been count- Â¬ ed as the most friendly In the arch Â¬ ipelago Outbreaks are feared par Â¬ ticularly in Cebu where some of tho leading men have cone over to the in-Â¬ surrection Many of the wealthy in- habitants aro preparing to loavo the Island Another Filipino Defeat Manilla Aug 17 The Filipinos susÂ¬ tained a severe defeat before Angeles Ten companies of the Twelfth infantry with two cannon attacked 2600 in Â¬ surgents who were entrenched near the town A fierce fight followed in which the Filipinos were worsted and Their loss driven away liudlsordor was 200 men Tho Americans had two killed and 12 wounded The Twelfth occupied Angeles and is holding it SU11 Dreyfus Will Win Out Seattle Wash Aug 21 M Leon Bureau of Paris formerly private sec- Â¬ retary to M Labor is In the city a guest of Dr Adrlene Monnod Freuch vice consul He said that the present trial of DreyfuB will result In hia ac-Â¬ quittal It a verdict of guilty Is re- Â¬ turned tho court of cassation the highest French authority will at once set it aside and order another court martial and so on until he is acquitted Biff Chicago Blase Chicago Aug 19 An explosion of oil in a 6 story brick building on Dear Â¬ born street gave the fire department the hardest fight It has had in three months The big structure was filled with points and oils from top to bot- Â¬ tom and before the blaze could be ex- Â¬ tinguished it caused a loss of 300000 The occupants of the burned building and losses were A B Ansbacher 100 Company paint manufacturers 000 Bradley Vrooman Company paint manufacturers 76000 Stand- Â¬ ard Varnish works 75000 building 60000 Unele Sams Trade In China Washington Aug 17 The state de- Â¬ partment has received av valuable re- Â¬ port from the United States consul at Chee Foo showing the great strides mado by American trade throughout 8ummlng up from numerous jChlna tables he Bays It will not be long at this rate before the United States and Japan will supply the market en- Â¬ tirely unless we aro shut out when Germany ami Russia get their ports Manilla Aug 16 A body of Insure gents estlmatod at about 600 was en Â¬ countered by a force of American troops half way between Dusto and Qulnguo In the engagement that ensued the Filipinos were severely punished and scattered Toe Americana lost one man killed New Scheme Igo Aug 19 Bishop I H Hoi- Texas proposed tothe negroes at It in order Filibustering In Cuba Santiago do Cuba Aug 15 The mil Â¬ tfy k - K itary authorities here have almostpos iUve evidence that tho Santo Domingo revolutionists through their agents are organising expeditions in thJa province Some expeditions It is con Â¬ fidently asserted have already left with a large amount of military sup Â¬ Mi MtAf vntifttfol fatiraa plies General Maximo Gomes is reÂ¬ i to be directing the organisation la tegular meaairttatlon ia wows is an irraaralarity of any ported filibusters of the If nature 1tke mcsea be Suppressed Triple Drowning or too scanty too profitafrrjr palatal Mobile Ala Aug 16 News reaehed the trouble will kow la the faoe k eye will fee encircled with here from Herroji Bay a setUeBieat la ilailr the tfdn sallow i blotchhe the southwestern part of Mobile coun- Â¬ will appear and of tse drowsing ty 0 miles from yaanffjta years of three persona here young men aad Two Mi looks The an Â¬ three young ladles were ia a rowboat Is on Fowl river wha the boat over Â¬ fetttmt1 fmux turned Ida Lyons Aaaie Joaasoa and AIbIkhmo Joaasoa a brother of the aa til of tfcf waMaafr Itcmr latter Tjere feewaed Ta bodies were low Women May Kmp Young thr tisal Sum Itwurtt Z tfuc to weakness In tile we and Wervousaew ail of wWch ana same org til Wtaffl S J LO muA 1U T rVTT5 -- iym Minn I tv MM wr koutati mM kr SKOfutTvH DrM 4ft Wosk Gtndr Catbtrtlc dMtYr UaCU4rwtetarere4iMef IKawaJs Vtitih BM ran ewr oaatipattoa torsw Kentucky has sent to us many notice- Â¬ able women but nover has our strand been honored by a more bea Uooua pres- Â¬ ence than that of Miss Genetta Warfleld of Oloverport Leaving the palatial La Â¬ fayette regularly every morning the re- Â¬ freshes tho sight of tho early risers by her stylish bicycle suit aa sho gayly rides oil on her wheel Returning she indul ges in turn with ti e clubs Shortly after breakfast Miss Genetta takes a long walk following which she prepares for the event of tho day horocean dip If we admired her faultless sbapo and phy- Â¬ sical wholesomeness before now we can only 8tanu and wonder lost In admira Â¬ Then you themselves on securing such a good busi- Â¬ tion With the delicately rounded bust Do you keep chickena ought to havo the Farm Journal We ness young man and limbs of a Greek Goddess the clear give it in clubbing with the Bueckkn Where tho digestion is good and the rosy tint of love and life in her cheeks hidqk News both for the pneo of our general powers of the system in a with magnificent brown hair and a pair paper only Pay up a year ahead and habita Â¬ of tho lovliest most fascinating eyes tho Farm Journal will come for tho bal healthy state worms can find no body WHITES large lustrous deep in dazzjo and affec- Â¬ ance of 1899 and all of 1000 1901 1902 tion in the human only des- tion Miss Warfleld rightly queens it and 1904 nearly five years and gdt to CREAM VFRMIFUGE not troys every worm out corrects all de Â¬ over all of hor seashore sisters the belle you if you aro on this planet of the beach Daily Wave Capo May rangements of the digestiye organs City New Jersey Will Probably Locate at West Point Price 25 cts A R Fisher EXTENSIVE IMPROVEHENTS Mr Geo Yeakel of Brandenburg was Dont Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your Mfc Aiajr looking over the town with a view to To quit tobacco easily and forever ht mag locating here says West Point corre- Â¬ netlc full of life nervo and vigor take doing On At Rock Haven This Sum- Â¬ tho wouder worlicr tbat m alios weak men spondent of the Ellsebethtown News mer strong All druggists 60o or Cure guaran If a suitable building can bo secured tied Booklet and samplo free Address he will open a general store upon the Sterling Itemed Co Chlcaco or New York Co are making exten- Â¬ Dickinson department style He was pleased with sive improvements at Rock Haven to the Institute Railroad Rates the encouragement shown by our citi- Â¬ All persona who attend the Farmers They are building a large and commod- Â¬ always welcome who zens ious saw mill and are putting in four We have a number of fine Institute at this place next Thursday enterprise new steam drills There lies near the stores here all doing a first class busi- Â¬ August 24th when they purchase their town an endless quantity of fine stone place must be sure and ness and there is patronage enough for tickets for this get a certificate from the ticket agent at and these enterprising men are making still more starting points which when stamped by preparations to utilize it Rock Haven Goebel and Blackburn will draw a big the secretary of the Institute will en- Â¬ has a future before her and with her crowd at Hardinsburg Saturday Sept 9 title them to purchase a ticket here at mrny resources and the investment of one third the regular rate returning capital will build her to a town of A Land Trip to Mammoth Cave home This gives them a ono and one great sizj A party has been perfected at Glen third rate for the round trip Three Thousand Pounds of Shumach deane and Falls of Rough to visit the David Allgood of Garfield an riuch Pleased Mammoth Gave and Grayson Springs and prosperous farmer of that They hope to leave this week and will Manager W K Boardman of the at neighborhood has gathered within the go by land Tho following compose the Cumberland Telephone company party Misses May Moorman Mattie Owensboro spent a few hours in town last month and fhlpped to eastern Ken- Â¬ Countryman Bessie Moorman Nannie Saturday investigating the workings of tucky three thousac d pounds of shumach Fisher Messrs Ernest Robertson Henry putting in the exchange in this city Thero is developing a great demand for Moorman and Paul DempBter He was much pleased and said in about tliis product and it brines a fairly good 53 per hundred pounds A car two weeks we will begin stretching the price load was shipped from Garfield last The Appetite of a Goat copper wire and have full and complete week Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose connections with the outside world Stomach and Liver are out of order All A New Store Valuable to His Employers such should know that Dr Kings New Wade Tile Co haye recently opened Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and Mr lsom P Johnson who has been be- Â¬ Liver Remedy gives a splendid appetite putting in the exchange for the Cum- Â¬ a new store on the public road down low the Fair View church They have sound digestion and a regular bodily berland Telephone Co in this city has habit that insures perfect health and completed his work He left Monday also made application for a postoflice great energy Only 25c at Short Hay for Owensboro his home Mr Johnson there for the convenience of the neigh- Â¬ is a thorough electrician and is a val- Â¬ borhoods Heretofore West View has ne8 drug store He is been the nearest mailing point Clerk uable man to hia employers Election Ordered conscientious in his labors and works to Cunningham has also appointed Mr The county Judge has ordered an elea Wade Pile a deputy county clerk for the interest of the company tion in the Oloverport Magisterial dis- Â¬ that section whose business it will be to Olnscng Stolen take acknowledgements to deeds etc trict for constable next November also an election for Magistrate in the Bewley W 8 ABhby proprietor of the High- Â¬ He Fooled the Surgeons villa district and for a magistrate and land Nursery was in town Thursday constable in the Onster district at the He was going to Hawesvillo to have All doctors told Renick Hamilton of same time warrants issued for the arrest of some West Jefferson O after Buffering 18 parties who had stolen something near months from Rectal Fistula he would Will Locate 1500 ginseng plants from bis patch die unless a costly operation was per- Â¬ W W Brooks of Louisville was in This makes tho third time he has been formed but he cured himself with five town Thursday shaking hands with his touched boxes Bucklens Arnica Salve the surest old friends Mr Brooks contemplates File cure on Earth and the best Salve in HERBINE is well adapted to the cure the world 25 cents a box locating again in this city He is an Sold by excellent photographer and has given of fevers of all kinds because it thor- Â¬ Short Haynes Druggist oughly cleanses the stomach and bowels the art much attention of all bilious humors and expels all im- Â¬ Will Wed In October pure secretions of the body Frico 50 Piles I Pltes The engagement of Miss Mary Holt Why be bothered with this annoying cents A R Fisher daughter of Col Washington Holt of complaint when Banner Salve will cure Makes One Feel Happy Holts Bottom to Mr Walter M Rose you 25c A H Fisher Oloverport James Dean and sister Miss Daisy of of San Francisco is announced says the E A Witt Hardinsburg The marriage Glendeane were in town Saturday Jim Owensboro Messeuger will take place in October Miss Holt is horso better than himsel who loves a Nine Cases of Typhoid Fever said Its a pleasure to lig up a vehicle a very attractive young ladv who ia a Meadeville a little hamlet in Meade to town The excellent con great favorite in Owensboro as she is county ia much worked up There is and drive ditlon of the roads makes you feel everywhere she ia known Mr Rose is reported to be nine casea of typhoid a prominent attorney of San Francisco happy fever and the people are alarmed over the preyaling of much sickness Big Day at Wesley Chapel Buys a Half Interest In Drug Store Last Saturday the members of Wesley in- Â¬ Mr A E 1opham has sold a half Blotches and excresences which so Hardinsburg had often annoy people are slmbly efforts of terest in his drug store at Irvlngton to Ohappel church near Dr J L Moorman Tho new firm in Â¬ an all day meeting and a basket dinner nature to throw off impediments to the The occanion was in proper performance of her duties tends to increase their stock and it will on the groundshortly be one of the finest drug stores honor of their pastor the Itov W B HEROINE will aid and assist nature in Sneed whoso present year in the min Â¬ her work and insure a skin clear and in the county istry there Is just winding to a close beautiful entirely free from all imper Fill Completed There was a laiga crowd present and an fections Price 50 eta A It Fisher Road Supervisor Bohler has completed enthusiastic time waa had by all Devouring His Crop the fill at the Tar Springs and Fisgah Fine Corn Crop of road The work of grading ought at Mr Frank Stettler a firmer back Mr M V Turpn who formerly re Â¬ aa this will bo town waa in the city last week and said once to be commenced county but uow located at the tobacco worms aro simply devouring one of the prettiest and best driveways sided in this West Point in conversation with a Nkws In the county bia crop reporter said I have the finest corn crop I ever raised in my whole career of Has Fever Keep it in Your Homo James Dowell who lives near Irving And when the bowels all to act proper- Â¬ farming The soil in this section is un- Â¬ doubtedly rich and easy to cultivate ton ia down with malaria fever ly take a dose of Lyons Laxativk gently but effectually on Svaur It acta Pys 2 oo For a Home BLOOD PURIFIER SENT FREE the kidneys liver and bowels will keep Mr James Harris bookkeeper at the your system In good working order and A Cure for Blood and Sklo Diseases Eoze shops has purchased the handsome res make your complexion clear ma Pimples Scrofula Bolls Blood idence on Wall street belonging to Mrs Poises Caaoer Eto Six Pretty Olds S 6 Watkins formerly of this city but What la prettier than to see six fine now of Owensboro The price paid was By addressing Blood Balm Go 316 J400 Mitchell 8t Atlanta Ga any of the and handsome looking young girls carry News readers may obtain a sample bot- Â¬ lpg six water melons This occurred In Newly Painted tle of their famous B B B Botanic this town one evening last week and the James Rfoketts of Long Branch haa grandest best luolous fruit was more tempting than Blood Balm the greatest givon hia dwelling a new coat of paint and strongest blood remedy made Cures ever and alao hia fence He la one of that Began Building1 when all else fails pimples ulcers sections hustling and promising farmers peoaema bolls blood poison eating sores The ooustf uotlon of the new Christian distressing skin eruptions cancer ca Â¬ church at Stephenapoit will begin tbia Apple Buyer tarrh rheumatism Free medical advice week PauI Mills of Rhodella went to Louis of your description Included when ville laA week Mr Mills ia a distiller trouble la gives This generous offer is of that vlojnlty aud buys apples on an Sample bottle worth while accepting I extensive aeale sent all charges prepaid Large bottles for lafaata aad Childra eontalalng nearly a quart of tnadlaine Suys Proper ty fee salt by all dtufiglate at 1 per bottle TM KM Yw Httt Atwftp Mr J T Pullman who resides at B B D Is away ahead of all other blood Wtjtetar has bought the two story rati raaaadittsfor owing blood Uusaofs Try Jtoars the deaos on Railroad fttreet from Mr Lsoo a blood pur B B B next time yea Mottavook Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ te 1 Â¬ Â¬ There Is Yet Honey In Farming You hear a great many people ray that farming doesnt pay It depends though altogether who ia at tho lead If an economical enorgetio man it pays as well as any other business in this coun- Â¬ try An incident was related the other day in our presence and we shall speak Accepts a Good Position at of it because it is worthy of public Louisville notice and an hbnor to those concerned Mr Daniel Sherran who died near Kirk about eight years ago lsft nn indebted- With a Big Wholesale Clothing Es- Â¬ ness of something near 1800 hanging tablishment over his placo His three boyB went to work and since then havo paid tLo on David Mover Bon o Mitch Meyer at tiro debt boupht another farm besides Ekron has gone to Louisville to accept and paid 1400 cash for it This money a position with the wholesale clothing was made off the farm and their living establishment of Van B Nelson Go besides Now if the young men con- He is a youog man of sterling qualities tinue at this rate they will soon bo and hai bright prospects before him among the largest tax payers in tho He will be n valuable employee to the county new firm and they can congratulate DAVID MEYER KENTUCKYHASfoANY NOTICEABLE WOMEN But fllss denetta Warfleld of This City Out Beauties Them All Royal Absqwieix Pure KOYAt Baking Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome tAwwa powptn Co mw vonn Â¬ OLD VETERANS DAY An Ideal Gathering of Old Citizens i i i i At Freedom THE YOUNGEST 63 YEARS OLD Freedom Church the Oldest Organization in the County Last Thursday was old peoples day out at Freedom The announcement called out all of tho old veterans of the cross In that locality and the day was an ideal one for such a meeting The house was crowded by twelve oclock and the audience was principally made up of the oldest men and women in the Freedom neighborhood The morning service was conducted by Rey Wash St Clair He made a short earnest address and then the meeting was turned over to the mem- Â¬ bers They took it in hand and each told his Christian experience in plain Tho same but touching language character of meeting waa carried on in the aternoon presided over by Dudley Hayes Freedom church is one of the oldest protestant societies in the county its first organization dating aa far back as 1825 Then the country was yery sparce ly settled but there seemed to be enough families In the locality to organ ize a church The- first authentic record of the organization was made in 1834 under the authority of the Cumberland Presbyteri Â¬ ans but they ovidently had a Bociety there ten years prior to this They have worshiped there successively every year since holding an annual meeting on the second Sunday in August legularly From 1834 up to 1877 over seven hund red names appeared euiolled ou the church book Mr Will Dowell an officer in the church had th s old record there last Thursday and tho names of the old- Â¬ er set who have lot g since passed away are familiar to many in tho audience Some of tho names appearing on the list are as follows Win McCoy Joseph St Clair Joel Jarred Little Berry Dowell Israel Jarred Warden Clemmons Susan Hall Sarah Jarred and Clarissa Hall These have been followed by their children and childrens children until today the church is strong and in a pros- Â¬ perous state Tho following ploneor citizens were in Â¬ Â¬ Dudley Haynes Sr born attendance near Freedom Dec 27 1830 He has lived in that section all of his life He has married twice twelve children born seven are living and five dead Mr Haynes has been a faithful mem Â¬ ber of the Freedom church for thirty two years and an elder for twenty fivo years Daniel Haynes who has ever Bymptom of a prolonged life should he live until next April he will be 72 He was horn within ono mile of the church Has resided in tho neighborhood all bis life He is a member of the Pleasant Grove church He married Miss Emily Chan douiu in ISol eight children were born five living and three dead His wife o died in July 02 Mr Haynes is a farmer and is in good financial cir- Â¬ cumstances Hardin Haynes 03 years old He was born near the church and has been a resident in the neighborhood all his life He was married to Miss oallie Norton forty three years ago To their union they were blessed with maW child Mrs Haynes Is still living at tbjj ripe old age of 00 James Kennedy was born near church in the year 1810 He is now and apparently every sign of a prolongs He has lived in thai Mo is noticeable locality from boyhood days In the year 1825 hu waa married to Miss Pol McCoy twelve children were born to them nine are living Mrs Kennedy had the misfortune Is some manner to loose vber eyo aiftutan3 has been totally blind for six years Thomas Simmons an old pioneer ofj the Virginia state Franklin county wl be next April 71 years old He mpj to Freedom in 1800 and has reside U mJ Hin UDIJUUVIUUUU mtn nlnnn lUO alliAlmwl CYDI DtUttCi UOl rieu Miss JNancv Alien uaucnter oi Mr James Allen in 1833 They were blessed with four handsome children and onjy one still survives them James SilAs He is not a member of any chutch and is a good substantial farmer and citizen o tbat section well-to-d- s1fo r Rock Crusher Needed small auu of money tbat has The been spent on the roads Is a great help Wheat Culture Sam Baker and J and all travelers are awakened to this fact M Ttudall How to lJalsbbigciopsof Corn--Jnand say they are in a better condition L Henry and John Jarboe than during the history of the county Eliaha Ashcraft Mixed Farming but withal this and the experience and and George Lyddan money spent if some means iBnt de How to grow Fruit What to do with vised to protect them for the winter it G W Winchell Bnd Thos II Ditto months then it is a total loss Roai Poultry Ernest Bishop and Mrs J Supervisor Bohler who 1b very enthusi J Wheeler astio in this work ia eager for thia city Pin Money for Idlo Women Mra to purchase a road crusher With a Wm Mclntiro and Miss Julia Greenwood machine of thia character the road beds e Soil Building E B Oglesby and F can be put in such a state aa to mako H Mctiehee ia them almost laating The machine can Ua Cattle Feeding W P Longest and be bought at u small sum and if our merF Jas Dowell Sheen Husbandry T J Jolly and chants are desirous of securing trarfeir Richard Hagan from the outer portions of the coii 15fiSY How to Manage hogs for Money B now is the time to give thia matter A Parks and G A Foot Da P W Fiiotk President By the city owning consideration Thos H Ditto Secretary machine and not the county aho has Jno L Hgnhy Treasury HMS all timea the liberty to use it on Foleys Kidney Cure has been tested road leading from town as long aa lsjSPWs and found to be all you claim for It I essary roseiuiy me ume may sows Lv have been giving it to my father and it when It would likely be used oa1 OHrfl ria the only thing that ever helped him Btreets and beiug the property tftkaL writea Geo 0 Hickock Ourtise Wis town it could be used aa long as dsfired A R Fisher Oloverport j E A Witt Program of Farmers Institute p - t fW Hardinsburg Qood Selection Miss Joale Raitt haa accepted a posit Â¬ ion with the Cumberland Telephone Co in their exchange oillce In this oity The company haa made an excellent selec Â¬ tion She Is a young lady of refinement aud high intellectual abilities She la liked by all In thia city and will make friends for the company To Texas Mrs William Peters left Tuesday for c Smlthville Texas She goea to Join her husband who haa a good position a tha Itfltt piace Airs ietera naa made nta f rlenda during her stay in thia elty wh J1UH9 regret to hear of her leaving r - i m CASTOR A Leased the Turnpike and Oloverport The Hurdlneburg Turnpike Go have leased to R L Ntw Bom said road aud its properties fer a terra of five yeara far the sum of 1000 Fancy Ball Thenewa acknowledges receipt af paper published at Cape May N whioh oontaiua an elaborate aecoaat a ball given at Hotel LaUyetteIn wk Ms Mrs Frank Fralza and Mtsa Jenny Wi leld are ana tag the gaetta n mi tz fir b7 Mftwrof Zj 8M Cream SwttfMr There will be an tee ami tai er Nine Powad Boy fitepfeeaaport Saturday aye lag Ktef1 8 F Keys bridge forewaa for UM MMfdMS of tjw C hrlatow OlttW2 Mr blood wi nn in tha Headeraoa Reirte at Irvlagtoii I My sad Mrs Harry BUI aad Uu b doing double wwrk tbeee waraa days Ha was presented ttatorilay wit a aine Mr tern Conrad want tu kro ia1 St f MMUilboy j tarda fur a day cl tuiiiR pT tpVWj Y- ffr wm rmft wpFWmRm BREOKENRIDGE NEWS ALL VOL XXIV THEX NELWS THATS KIT TO PRINT NO 6 KENTUCKYHASTMANY NOTICEABLE WOMEN But Hiss Ocnetta Warfleld of This City Out Beauties Them All Kentucky has sent to us many noticeable women but nover has our strand Â¬ OLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23 1899 There Is r Yet Honey In Farming many people pay PUSHED WITH VIGOR Will Be the Phillipine Campaign After the Wet FOUR OR MORE ARMIES TO OPERATE You hear a great Secretary Root Will Act Upon Suggestions Made by itary Men to Squelch the Insurrections Fresh Rumor Afloat that General Otis Will Be Deposed Mil- Â¬ that farming doesnt pay It depends though altogether who is at tho lead It an economical enorgetio man it pays as woll as any other business in this coun- Â¬ try An incident was related the other day in our presence and we shall speak of it because it is worthy of public notice and an hbnor to thoso concerno J Mr Daniel Sherran who died near Kirk about eight years ago aft nn indebtedness of Bomothlng near 1800 hanging over his place His three boys went to work and since then have paid the en tiro debt bout lit another farm besides and paid 1400 cash for it This money was made off tho farm and their living besides Now if the young men continue at this rate they will soon be among the largest tax payers in tho county 1 Â¬ Â¬ DAVID MEYER Accepts a Good Position at Royal Powder BSOLUTEiy porn Pure Louisville With a Big Wholesale Clothing tablishment David Meyer son of Mitch Meyer at Ekron has gone to Louisville to nccept a position with the wholesale clothing Co establishment of Van B Nelson Ho is a young man of sterling qualities Es- Â¬ and has bright prospects before him He will be a valuable employee to the new firm and they cin congratulate themselves on securing such a eood ness young man busiÂ¬ X w Washington Aug 21 An Important parti will bo assumed In the comlntr Philippine campaign by the report pre- Paord lor the use of Secretary Root and touching upon that portion of tho Isl Â¬ and of Luzon north and south of Ma- Â¬ nilla Secretary Root has not only ascer- Â¬ tained where the United States troops aro located but he has also taken Into consideration such information as can be obtained relative to the population of the adjacent country the kind of people and their disposition toward the United States The secretary has been studying the lines of transportation and learning what he can of tho geog- Â¬ raphy of the country It la believed that more than ono army can operate to advantage in tbo Philippines and the suggestion has been mads by some army officers that an army should start from different points and operate In such a manner as to distract and destroy the Filipino At present the United States forces forces do not occupy the line of railway half way to Llngayen on tho gulf of the samo name It may be that when the army in tho Philippines consists of 60000 men in stead of about 20000 or 25000 it will bo possible to have four or more armies operating Instead of two as during tho Â¬ Â¬ in session nolo ah entirely new scheme for the oolutlon of tho race problem His idea is to havo tho negroes build up a separate government of their own but instead of deporting them to Africa as advocated by Bishop Turner of Geargta he would have this Mecca of tbo colored man located within the United States London Aug IB President Kruger according to a dispatch from Johan- Â¬ nesburg has Bent a reply accepting the proposal of the secretary of state for the colonies Joseph Chamberlain to submit the franchise controversy to a Joint commission of Inquiry on con- Â¬ dition that the Independence of tho Transvaal shall not be Impugned Do you keep chickens Then you ought to havo the Farm Journal We give it in clubbing with the Bueckkn niDQE News both for tho pneu of our paper only Pay up a year nhead and the Farm Journal will come for the balance of 1809 and all of 1000 1001 1002 and 1904 nearly five years and gdt to you if you aro on this planet Â¬ Will Probably Locate at West Point Mr Geo Yeako of Brandenburg was looking over the town with a view to locating hero says West Point corre- Â¬ spondent of the Ellsebethtown News If a suitable building can bo secured he will open a general store upon the department style He was pleased with the encouragement shown by our citi- Â¬ always who welcome zens enterprise We have a number of fine stores here all doing a first class business and there is patronage enough for still more Â¬ Whore tho digestion is good and tho general powers of the system in a healthy state worms can find no habita Â¬ tion in the human body WHITES CREAM VFRMIFUGE not only destroys every worm out corrects all de rangements of the digestive organs Price 25 cts A R Fisher Â¬ Â¬ been honored by a more beo itoous pres Â¬ ence than that of Miss Gonetta Warfiold of Oloverport Leaving the palatial La fayette regularly every morning eho re- Â¬ freshes the sight of the early risers by her stylish bicycle suit as she gayly rides ofl on hnr wheol Returning she indul ges in turn with tie clubs Shortly after breakfast Miss Gonetta takes a long walk following which sho prepares for the event of tho dayf herocean dip If we admired her faultless shape and phy- Â¬ sical wholeBomeness bofore now we can only stnhd and wondor lost in admira- Â¬ tion With the delicatoly rounded bust and limbs of a Greek Goddess the clear rosy tint of love and lifo in her checks with magnificent brown hair and a pair of tho lovliest most fascinating eyes large lustrous deep in dazzje and affection Miss Warfleld rightly queens it over all of hor seashore sisters the belle of the beach Daily Wave Capo May City New Jersey Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Makes tho food more delicious and wholesome BAma rowota co m von OLD VETERANS DAY 4 An Ideal Gathering of Old Citizens 1 At Freedom THE YOUNGEST 63 YEARS OLD Freedom Church the Oldest Organization iii the County Last Thursday wsb old peoples day out at Freedom The announcement called out all of tho old veterans of the cross in that locality and the day was an Ideal ouo for such a mooting The house was crowded by twelve oclock and the audience was principally made up of the oldest men and women in the Freedom neighborhood The morning service was conducted by Rey Wash St Clair He made a short earnest address and then the meeting was turned over to the mem- Â¬ bers They took it in hand and each told his Christian experience in plain but touching language The same character of meeting was carried on in tho aternoon presided over by Dudley Hayes Freedom church is one of the oldest protestant societies in the county its first organization dating as far back as 1825 Then the couutry was yery sparce ly settled but there seemed to be enough families in the locality to organ Â¬ ize KruRcrs Acceptance Dont Tobncco Spit an A Smoke Tour 11ft Atij To qutt tobacco easily and forever ton mag netla lull ot llfo nervo and vigor talo tbo wnuder worlier that makes weak men strong All druggists BOo or It Cure guaranteed Booklet and somplo free Address Sterling Itemed Co Cblcaco or New York EXTENSIVE IMPROVE1ENTS Â¬ doing On At Rock Haven mer This Sum- Â¬ last campaign Dewey on the Filipinos Naples Aug 21 Admiral Dewey eald hero that he believed the Philip- Â¬ pine question would shortly be solved In his judgment the Inhabitants were capable of self government and the only way to settle the insurrection and to Insure prosperity was to concede it to them He declared that he never was In favor of violence toward the Filipinos and remarked that after auÂ¬ tonomy had been conceded annexation might be talked of Otis May Be Deposed Secretary Washington Aug 21 Hoot has in contemplation a visit to tho president at Lake Champlaln He has not finally determined whether to to but will decldo In a day or two Tho fact that Genera Wesley Merritt is to have a conference with the president during the week combined with Mr Roots prospective trip has given rise to fresh rumors of a possible change In the command of tho troops In tho Philippines Insurrection Spreads Manilla Aug 16 Arrivals and mail advices from Negros and Cebu agree that tho Insurrection Is gaining strength remarkably in both those Islands which had hitherto been count cd as tho most friendly In the arch ipelago Outbreaks are feared par- Â¬ ticularly In Cebu whore some of tho leading men have gono over to the In- Â¬ surrection Many of the wealthy In- habitants are preparing to loavo tho Island Reeds Resignation Portland Mo Aug 21 Amos Allen Speaker Thomas B Reeds private sec- Â¬ retary said that Mr Reeds resignation would be sent to the governor of Maine this week to take effect Sept 4 Tho special election to elect a successor to Mr Reed in this district will ho held about the middle of October Orlennlsts Back of It Parts Aug 16 The Matin assorts that M Fabre the magistrate has now proofs of a conspiracy against the Re Â¬ publican government and that tho Orleanlet party has expended consider-Â¬ able sums in Nationalist propaganda RIOTING IN PARIS Anarchists Destroy Property and Clash With the Police Paris Aug 21 The days of the com Â¬ mune was recalled here on Sunday aftfirnoonand night Groups of rabid anarchists and socialists wergathere4 together in rosponse to an appeal of two newspapors The prefecture of police gives the following statistics of the riots Three hundred and eighty persons were in- Â¬ jured and 360 taken to tho hospitals Fifty nlno police agonts were wound- Â¬ ed besides Commissaries Goutier and Dolsralno One hundred and fifty perÂ¬ sona were arrested of whom 80 are de Â¬ tained in custody Dreyfus Will Win Out Seattle Wash Aug 2L M Leon Burean of Pads formerly private sec- Â¬ retary to M Labor Is In the city a guest of Dr Adrlene Monnod French vice consul Ho said that the present trial of DreyfVB will result in his ac- Â¬ quittal It a verdict of guilty Is re- Â¬ turned tho court of cassation the highest French authority will at once set It aside and order another court martial and so on until he is acquitted Big Chicago Blaze Chicago Aug 19 An explosion of Railroad Rates to the Institute All persons who attend the Farmers Institute at this placo next Thursday August 24th when they purchase their tickets for this place must be sure and get a certificate from the ticket agent at starting points which when stamped by Goebel and Blackburn will draw a big the secretary of tho Institute will encrowd at Hardinsburg Saturday Sept 9 title them to purcbaso a ticket here at one third the regular rate returning A Land Trip to Mammoth Cave home This gives them a ono and one A party has been perfected at Glen third rate for the round trip deane and Falls of Rough to visit tho fluch Pleased Mammoth Cave and Grayson Springs They hope to leave this week and will Manager W K Boardman of the go by land Tho following compose the Cumberland St Telephone company party Misses May Moorman Mattie Onensboro spent n few hours in town Countryman Bessie Moorman Nannie Saturday investigating the workings of Fisher Messrs Ernest Robertson Henry putting in the exchange in this city Moorman and Paul Dempster Ho was much pleased and said in about two weeks wi will begin stretching the Tho Appetite of a Goat copper wire and have full and complete Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose connections with the outside world Stomach and Liver aro out of order All Valuable to His Employers such should know that Dr Kings New Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and Mr lsom P Johnson who has been Liver Remedy gives a splendid appetite putting in the exchange for the CumBound digestion and a regular bodily berland Telephone Go in this city has habit that insures perfect health and compleied his work He left Monday great energy Only 25c at Short Hay for Owensboro his home Mr Johnson nes drug store is a thorough electrician and is a valuable man to his employers He is Election Ordered conscientious in his labors and works to The county Judge has ordered an elea the interest of the company tion in the Oloverport Magisterial disOinseng Stolen trict for constable next November also an election for Magistrate in the Bewley W 8 Ashby proprietor of the Highylllo district and for a magistrate and land Nursery was in town Thursday constable in the Onster district at the He was going to Hawesville to have same time warrants issued for the arrest of some parties who had stolen something near Will Locate 1500 ginseng plants from his patch W W Brooks of Louisville was in This makes the third time he has been town Thursday snaking hands with his touched Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Co are making exten Â¬ Dickinson sive improvements at Rock Haven Thoy are building a large and commod- Â¬ ious saw mill and are putting in four new steam drills There lies near the town an endless quantity of fine stone and theee enterprising men are making preparations to utilize it Rock Haven has a future beforo her and with her nirny resources and the investment of capital will build her to a town of great sizj attendance Dudley Haynes Sr born near Freedom Dec 27 183G He has lived in that section all of his life Ho has married twice twelve children born seven are living and five dead Mr Haynes has been a faithful mem Â¬ ber of the Freedom church for thirty two years and au elder for twenty five years Daniel Haynes who has over symptom of a prolonged life should he live until next April he will be 72 He was horn within one mile of the church Has resided in the neighborhood all his life He is a member of tho Pleasant Qrove church He married Miss Emily Chan douin in 1801 eight children wero bom fiyo living and three dead His wife o died in July J2 Mr Haynes is a farmer and 1b in good financial cir- Â¬ cumstances Hardin Haynes 03 years old He was born near the church and has been a resident in the neighborhood all his life He was married to Miss bailie Norton forty three years ago To their union they were blessed with one child Mrs Haynes is still living at thj ripe old age of U0 James Kenuedy was born near cuurcn in the year lblu lie ib nowN and apparently every sign of a prolong lifo is noticeable He has lived in til locality from boyhood dajs year 1825 ho was married to Miss Poll McCoy twelve children wero borri i them nine are living Mrs Kennedy had the misfortune some manner to looBovher eye aiftufnnt has heon totally blind for six years A nomas bimmons an old pioneer ol the Virginia state Franklin county be next April 71 years old lie mo to Freedom In IsliO and has resldi the neighborhood ever since Hoi ried Miss Nancy Allen daushter of James Allen in 1803 Thoy wero blessed with four handsome children and ony one still survives them James Silie He is not a member of any chutch and is u good substantial farmer and citizen o that section well-to-d- Three Thousand Pounds of Shumach David Allgood of Garfield an and prosperous farmer of that neighborhood has gathered within the last month and f hipped to eastern Kentucky three thousar d pounds of shumach There is developing a great demand for this product and it brines a fairly good price 75s per hundred pounds A car te Â¬ load was shipped week A from Garfield last New Store Another Filipino Defeat Manilla Aug 17 Tho Filipinos susÂ¬ tained a severe defeat before Angolea Ten companies of the Twelfth Infantry with two cannon attacked 2600 In Â¬ surgents who were entrenched near the town A fierce fight followed In which the Filipinos were worsted and driven away in-- disorder Their loss was 200 men The Americans had two killed and 18 wounded The Twelfth occupied Angoles and Is holding It Manilla 8UU Aug 16 oil In a 6 story brick building on Dear- Â¬ born street gave the fire department the hardest fight it has had in three months The 4Ig structure was filled with paints and oils from top to bot- Â¬ tom and before the blaze could be ex- Â¬ tinguished ft caused a loss of 300000 The occupants of the burned building and losses were A B Ansbacher 100 Company paint manufacturers 000 old friends Mr Brooks contemplates HERBINE is well adapted to the cure locating again in this city He is an given of fevers of all kinds because it thor- Â¬ excellent photographer and has oughly cleanses the stomach and bowels the art much attention of all bilious humors and expels all im- Â¬ Piles Piles I pure secretions of the body Price 50 Why be bothered with this annoying cents A R Fisher complaint when Banner Salve will cure Makes One Feel Happy you 26c A K Fisher Oloverport James Dean and sister Miss Daisy of E A Witt Hardinsburg Jim Glendeane were in town Saturday who loves a horso better than himsel Nine Cases of Typhoid Fever said Its a pleasure to rig up a vehicle Meadeville a little hamlet in Meade county is much worked up There is and drive to town The excellent con you feel reported to be nine cases of typhoid dition of the roads makes happy fever and the people are alarmed over the prevaling of much sickness Buys a Half Interest In Drug Store Blotches and excresences which so often annoy people aro simbly efforts of nature to throw off impediments to the proper performance of her dntles HERBINE will aid and assist nature in bor work and insure a skin clear and beautiful entirely free from all imper fections Prico 50 eta A R Fisher Mr A E Fopham has sold a half in- Â¬ terest in his drug store at Irvington to Dr J L Moorman The new firm in Â¬ tends to increaso their stock and it will shortly bo ono of the finest drug stores in the county Bradley Vrooman Company paint manufacturers 75000 Stand- Â¬ ard Varnish works 75000 building 50000 Unele Sams Trade In China Washington Aug 17 The state de Â¬ partment lias received a valuable report from the United States consul at Ghee Foo showing the groat strides mado by American trade throughout Â¬ t K iiHlt hi A body of Insur jCblna Summing up from numorous gents estimated at about 500 was en Â¬ tables he saya It will not be long countered by a force of American troops at this rate before tho United States half way between Buuto and Qulngua and Japan will supply the market en- Â¬ In the engagement that ensued the tirely unless we are shut out when Filipinos were severely punished and Germany ami Russia get their ports scattered Tho Americans lost ono to order t man killed Filibustering la Cuba New Scheme Santiago de Cuba Aug 15 The mil Â¬ go Aug 19 Bishop U H Hol- itary authorities here have almoatpos Texas piflEpefid totho negroes itlve evidence that tho Santo Domingo revolutionists through their agents are organising expeditions In this province Some expeditions it Is con Â¬ have already left fidently asserted liRJiIMn with a large amount of military sup secret ofyouthfal featttraa pfles General Maximo Gomex is re tfh to be directing the organization regular menstruation in woma la em irregularity of any ported filibusters If that Ifla menses be suppressed of tho atare tke Triple Drowning r too scanty too profuseor painful Mobile Ala Aug 15 News reached the trouble will how 1h the face Xh tyH will be encircled with here from Herrqa Bay a wtUesaeat la ULk the VJa sallow blotch the soutawwtern part of Mobile ooua will appear and the ty 0 miles from here of the drowning m4 Uijl of three persons Two young teea sad three young ladles were in a rowboat on Fowl river whea the boat overÂ¬ JfcwtaTM immmrft turned Ida Lyons AnBie Johnson and AJpaonso Johnson a brother of the B tte vtfftwbr f mum TalUMjr of Utw Jtfttfl were drawned The bodies were at It Fill Completed Road Supervisor Bohler has completed Devouring His Crop the fill at the Tar Springs and Pisgah Mr Frank Stettler a firmer back of road The work of grading ought at town was in the city last week and said once to be commenced as this will bo the tobacco worms aro simply devouring pne of the prettiest and best driveways In the county bis crop Has Fever James Dowell who lives near Irving ton is down with malaria fever Keep it In Tour Home i9K ow Women My KP Young rU tt Nwu tf Aofli or Wbitee and B Wftl Xm tad Herroutmess all of which are due to weakness In the sameorgaaa f Dlk VJa Omtflfet law ilt r Mt4 fcf And when the bowols fail to act proper- Â¬ ly take a dose of Lyons Laxative gBB BBSSBBB --J Syhui It acts gently but effectually on Piiys 24oo For a Home BLOOD PURIFIER SENT FREE tho kidneys liver and bowels will keep Mr James Harris bookkeeper at the your system In good working order and A Care for Blood and Skin Diseases Eoze shops has purchased he handsome res make ypur complexion clear br Pimples Scrofula Bolls Blood idence on Wall street belonging to Mrs Poison Cancer Eto Six Pretty Olrls 6 S Watkins formerly ot this city but What Is prettier than to see six fine now of Owensboro The price paid was By addressing Blood Balm Co 315 Mitchell St Atlanta Ga any of the and handsome looking young girls carry- Â¬ 3400 Nkws readers may obtain a sample bot- Â¬ ing six water melons This ocourred in Newly Painted tle of their famous B B B Botanlo this town one evening last weekend the James Rfoketts of Long Branch has greatest grandest best luclous fruit was more tempting than Blood Balm the given his dwelling a new coat of paint and strongest blood remedy made Cures ever and also his fence He is ono of that Began Building when all else falls pimples ulcers sections huetling and promising farmers boils blood poison eating sores eesema The construction of the new Christian distressing skin eraptious cancer ca Â¬ church at Stepheneport will boin this f Apple Buyer Free medical advice week tarrh rheumatism of your Paul Mills of Rhodelis went to Louis- Â¬ Inoluded when description ville lasl week Mr Mills is a distiller trouble is given This generous offer is of that viojnlty and buys apples on an Sample bottle worth while aeceptlng I extensive seals all charges prepaid Large bottles tent I nit Ghildrwu For latitats eoatalning nearly a quart of medislne Bays Property 1 bottle tor sal by U druggist t Pr TM KM YH Hiyi Atwiys BNtkt M J T HkttlUB wke residM at B B 8 Ut away ahead of all other blood Wnhutf has boaght the two story reel reinedieofwentlng blood button Try 9ara the on Railroad street from Mr Leon Wife HtMUTut tfmtUeotuiipciMoo forever I B B B next tints yon ba7 a blood par mmalttreot Gftndr JtUmnl1 y Metis foch o 0 0 ulU U vwto w reftwd saoaer Ufomc U Â¬ record of the organization was made in 1834 under the authority of the Cumberland Presbyteri- Â¬ ans but they evidently had a society there ten years prior to this They have worshiped there successively every year since holding an annual meeting on the second Sunday in August legularly From 1834 up to 1877 over seven hund red names appeared eui oiled on the church book Mr Will Dowell an officer He Fooled the Surgeons in the church had th s old rtoord there All doctors told Renick Hamilton of last Thursday and tint names of the old- Â¬ West Jefferson O after suffering 18 er set who have loi g since paesed away months from Rectal Fistula ho would are familiar to many in the audience die unless a costly operation was per- Â¬ Some of tho names appearing on the list formed but he cured himeelf with five areas follows Wm McCoy Joseph St boxes Bucklens Arnica Salve the surest Clair Joel Jarred Little Berry Dowell Pile cure on Earth and the best Salve in Israel Jarred Warden Clemmons Susan Sold by Hall Sarah Jarred and Clarissa Hall the world 25 cents a box Short HayneB Druggist Theso haveboeu followed by their children and childrens children until Will Wed In October today the church is strong and in a prosThe engagement of Miss Mary Holt perous state daughter of Col Washington Holt of Tho following pioneor citizens were in Holts Bottom to Mr Walter M Rose of San Francisco is announced says the Program of Farmers Institute Owensboro Messenger The marriage will take place in October Miss Holt is a very attractive young ladv who is a Wheat Culture Sam Baker and J M Ttudatl great favorite in Owensboro as she is How to Raisbbigciopsof Corn--J- no everywhere she is known Mr Rose is L Henry and John Jarboe a prominent attorney of San Francisco Mixed Farming Elisha Ashcraft and George Lyddan How o grow Fruit What to do with Big Day at Wesley Chapel It G W Winchell and Thos Last Saturday the members of Wesley H Ditto Ohappel church tit ar Hardinsburg had Poultry Ernest Bishop and Mrs J J Wheeler an all day meeting ami a basket dinner Money for Idle Women Mra on the ground The occanion was in Pin Win Mclutiro and Miss Julia honor of their pastor the Rov W B Greenwood Sneed whose present year in the min Â¬ Soil Bullding E B Oglesby and F H McUehee istry there is just wiudlng to a close There was a laige crowd present and an Cattle Feeding W P Longest and Jas Dowell enthusiastic time was had by all Sheen Husbandry T J Jolly and Richard Hagan Fine Corn Crop How to Manage hogs for Money B A Parka and G A Footc Mr M V Turpn who formerly re Â¬ DitP W Fiotk President sided in this county but now located at Tiios II Ditto Secretary Jmo L IIknhv Treasury West Point In conversation with a Nkws reporter said I havo the finest corn Foleys Kidney Cure has been tested crop I ever raised in my whole career of and found to bo all you claim for it I farming The soil in this section is un- Â¬ have been giving it to my father and it doubtedly rich and easy to cultivate helped him is only thing Â¬ Â¬ Wade Pile Sc Co have recently opened a new store on the public road down be- Â¬ low the Fair View church Thoy havo also made application for a postoflice there for the convenience of the neigh- Â¬ borhoods Heretofore West View has been the nearest mailing point Clerk Cunningham has also appointed Mr Wade Pile a deputy county clerk for that section whose business it will be to take acknowledgements to deeds etc a church The first authentic i lOPDE LBIN1 a l belli Jlnir 4 r Ei it on 4 itAlid Initvlb pnt ten jfoeeon boucd tUlltt Boole r i pud wnipa MOOU 7 1S40 I the that ever CASTOR A ad To Tex qs Mv Mrs William Peters left Tuesday tot Oood Selection Smlthvflle Texas She goes to Join ht Miss Josle Raitt has accepted a posit- Â¬ husband who has a good position at that Ki ion with the Cumberland Telephone Co piace airs reiers nas made tnaa exchange oliloe in this city The mends during her stay In this elty whi in their company has made an excellent selec Â¬ regret to hear of her leaving tion She is a young lady of refinement Fancy Dalh aud high intellectual abilities She is news acknowledges receipt H - j The liked by all in this olty and will make paper published at Cape May X friends for the company whioh contaiua an elaborate aoeeaat OS Leased the Turnpike a ball given at Hotel LafayetteIn wh I rk The Hardinsburg and Oloverport Mrs Frank Fralzs and Mtsa Jen ay W Tomplke Co have leased to R L-- Ntw lew urai amiug the gas its som said road tnd Its properties for a hie Cream term of five years for the sum of 1000 ftw There will be an lee Nine Pound Boy Stepheaafort Saturday 91 Mm Ubtisfcajk Mr 8 F Keys bridge feraeaan for ttta Hardinsburg the HflBtWrson writes Geo 0 Illokock Ourtiee Wis A R FlBher Oloverport E A Witt Rock Crusher Needed The small suuv of money that lias boon spent on the roads is a great help and all travelers are awakened to this fact and say they are in a better condition j than during the history of the county but withal this and the experience and money spent if bo me means isnt de vised to protect them for the winter months then it is a total loss Ri Supervisor Bohler who 1b very enthusl astic in this work is eager for this city to purchase a road crusher With a machine of this character tho road beds can be put in such a state an to make inom mutual tuniiug iuo macnine can I ue uougui at u smau sum and li our mer chants aro deairous of securing irom me outer portions oi the cou now Is the time to give this matter By the city owning consideration machine and not the county she has all times the liberty to use it on road leading from town as long as isj essary Possibly tho time may i when it would likely be usod c eari streets and beliig the property town it could be used as long as d lis M mitw nr 15 KtttH at IrviBfckm to Mfi iiiaiidrM u dn4 doing doable work these wars Ha wan prentHl Baturday with boy days tRt a Mr and Mrs Harry Bill and 11 Mra Sam Conrad neart to Athhy tMday or a day cl nehtug - I A EULOGIES OF A a twist of tobaeeo you want to begin on the big end first as you might die before yea get to the little end where the worst part of ft is John Rlohardeon baa given up farm Â¬ piniHm1 riiwii j iPpvjvip TEXANS LIFE rime passes by things Gmrostowk Tjcx Saturday AuG IS 8peoial hapnen and are gone in a lltUe time and forgotten Great men riso up and are honored for their greatness and are Boon put away among the sleeping dead nations rise and fall cities that it took many years to build have been swept away in a day all going to show that in a short time great changes are brought about and if we have anything to do let ub do it and if we have anything to say let ns say it and I must say why the average Texans are poor The average Texas citizen imagines that he Uvea at home but he dont He gets up in the morning and puts on a pair of Docks made in New York shoes made in Boston pants made in Ohio then slips on a pair of Connecticut suspenders over his shoulder He dips some water from a Missouri bucket with a Chicago dipper and puts it into an Illinois pan and washes his Texas face using a cake of St Louis soap in the operation He dries his face on a Rhode Island towel and roaches his hair with a Vermont comb He then drinks Cuban coffee from an Indiana cup and saucer and stirred with a Now York spoon His knife fork and plato were made at the North and his table cloth ditto He eats a piece of Chicago ham fried In Kansas lard sops his St Louis biscuit seasoned with Boston soda and Michigan salt into Louisiana molaasea He wipes his whiskers on a Ver mont napkin shoves back his Michigan chair and gets up from a table from the same State Â¬ ing and gone back to railroading lie moved his family to Irylngton Mr and Mrs A Ditto Jr Mrs Malln da Ditto and Miss Maliuda Mllior were the guests of Mr and Mrs Wm Basket for dinnor last Saturday Sam Fowler got- - Into a llttlo trouble last week over a horse trado with a party Tbo party claimed in Brandenburg Mr Fowler represented tho horso w sound and he turned up with a defective eyo Miss Etta English roturnod to her home Sunday at Stephensport after a pleasant visit to relativos Miss English is a charming young lady and her visit will bo welcomed at any time Alonzo Moreman spent an afternoon last week with F Ditto Sr Mr Dittos speech Is very bad and such that you can scarcely understand and converse with him but he is glad to have his old acquaintances call and see him SELLING OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK i AT HARDINSBURG EY His meal was cooked on a St Louis stove with wood chopped with a St Louis ax and hauled on an Indiana wagon The citizen then puts a Boston bridle and harness on a Missouri mule gets out his Georgia plow and works all day He returns at night and satisfies his appetite with another imported meal fills his Indiana lamp with Pennsylvania oil and lights It with a New York match He then fills his Illinois pipe with Kentucky tobacco and settles down for a comfortable smoke When bed time comes he takes down his family Bible which was printed in Massachusetts reads a chapter composed in Jerusalem then re tires to his bed slips under his imported cover and is kept awake for two long hours by the howls of his Texas dog which is about the only home product he has in the house H H H Rkps ok the A D A QairTseL iill Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News 23 1899 AUGUST HARDINSBURG Mrs John Alexander of Buras was visiting hero last week Miss Eva Hensley left last week for a short Btay at the Tar Springs Bev A HDavis has just closed a very successful revival out at Carman Mrs Reed of Louisville arrived last woek to visit her mother Mrs G W Beard Rev A H Davis left last Saturday to assist RevWaggonerina revival at Cave Spring Miss Bertie McGavock of Cloverport has been visiting Mm Hillory Hardin the past week Bey George Hays and wife of the Henderson district were here last week visiting friends A number of farmers in this vicinity will attend the Farmers Institute at Cloverport this week CharJey Mook the popular dry goods drummer was here last week mixing among our merchants The colored Teachers Institute was held here last week under the direction of Superintendent Drlskel E M Foxworthy agent for Hardin Miller pianos and organs has head Â¬ quarters at the Hardinsburg hotel Jhe Sheriff has been ordered to pay Dr E R Palmer of Louisville 50 for analyzing Calvin Basbams stomach Mrs Glint P Hook and children arc visiting her sister at Ashland Ky They will be gone until the first of September Jtej J II Lennin went out lust Sun day and preached two sermons for the Methodist people in the Carman neigh- Â¬ borhood The fourth and last quarterly meeting on this circuit for the present year wil be held next Saturday and Sunday at Mt Zion The following marriage license issued since August 1st Thomas A Robertson to Maybol Amnions Isaac Priest to Myrtle Davies Henry G Cox to Annie dren and is prospering in the Lone Star State R W Hayes died at his residence in this place last Friday after a protracted illness Mr Hayes was 5G years of age and moved here last Spring from Fords ville Mr Hayes was a native of this county but spent several years in the revenue service which called him away from here The funeral seryice took place at the M E church South Sunday night after the arrival of his children No one knows the unbearable torture who had been informed by telegraph of the peculiar and agonizing pain caused his death The remains accompanied by friends were taken to his old home in by piles unless they have suffered from incurable the lower part of the county Monday them Many believe them This is a mistake Proper treatment morning for burial will cure them TABLERS BUCKEYE Discovered By a Woman PILE OINTMENT is an infallible cure Another great discovery has been Price 50 cts in bottles tubeB 75 cts A made and that too by a lady in this R Fisher country Disease fastened its clutches Mr Hemingway the Secretary of tho upon her and for seven years she with- Jersey Cattle Club says that Biggie stoou its severest tests but her vital or Cow Book Is a most comprehensive little gans were underminded and death volume one of the best things on the seemed Imminent For three months cow question I have ever looked into she coughed incessantly and could not Mr Henningway ought to know Big Â¬ sleep She finally discovered a way to gie Cow Book is advertised in this weeks recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of issue of Breckknmdoe News The price Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump- Â¬ i850 cents free by mail address the tion and was so much relieved on taking publishers Vilmer Atkinson Co Phila- Â¬ first dose that she slept all night and delphia with two bottles lias been absolutely cured Her name iB Mru Luther Lub Co of Thus writes W C Hanui Shelby N C Trial bottles free at Snort STATE AND GENERAL NEWS Haynes drug store Regular siz 60 aud 1 Every bottle guaranteed Jno T Ditto and Ben Mathna col shipped a very handsome pair of hound to Rosa puppies from Bens Queen Giyens Providence Monday If they take after their mother Mr Givena will have dogs that ho can be proud of Mrs Mallndn Ditto of Vine Groye is on a visit to F Dittos Sr and other A more relatives in tho neighborhood beautiful character in life never lived than Mrs Ditto and it is a great pleas Â¬ ure to her many acquaintances to have her with them The beautiful moonlight nights have been too fetching in the last week for Jno T Ditto and Jim BickerstaQ to visit the temptation of indulging in their sport at fox chasing until the wee Email Last Friday night hours of morning was a corker with several good chases that kept them out until 2 30 a m Farmers aro on the look out for seed wheat to bow Choice wheat does not seem to be very plentiful for seeding purpose this season Some parties are going to Indiana for it It shows that there is a difference in the class of far- Â¬ mers in that state They give closer attention to their farming and conse- Â¬ quently raise a more select product GOING TO MOVE The Goods must be sold without limit or reserve life a regret for neglecting to come ih- h 3 Dont make JC - H BAKER BROS Green Flag Bargain Store KY HARDINSBURG vv m Ji I The Empire Disq Drill Thin is a superb machine and Best Disq Drill made will give perfect satisfaction where a Hoe Drill will not work It will never clog up with corn stalks weeds and grass or foul truBh of any kind It does not make any difference how hard tho ground is or how thich the trash it will do excitant and successful work Theres just one right way to bow seedjust one way thats accurate reliab2 and profitable all at the same time There are and thatB the EAIPIU13 DKliL way reasons enough to fill a bbok so wevo filled one and will qe pleased to send it free to those who are sufficiently in Â¬ terested to ask for it Address i LONG BRANCH L EIGriffy now in the eighties is in poor healtii Jim Bickorstaff Is visiting his u cle in Cincinnati this woek Will Kelly has been laved up wth rheumatism for several days Will LeGrand is layed up from getting over heated on the rail road Sim Dooley bought twenty five stock owes last week of Wm Baskett The Heating Company is doing repair- Â¬ ing at this station so as to be ready for winter Rev Judson Willett has been carry- Â¬ ing on protracted meeting at Rock Ridge church W O McGehee and wife visited his WellB The people in the B6wleyville neigh Â¬ brother Fred McGehee at irvlngton last borhood are becoming very much in- Â¬ week terested in the result of the local option Joe McGehee was down from Louis- Â¬ fight which comes off there next Sat Â¬ ville Sunday to spend the day with urday parents The county clerk has been ordered to Capt Ned Reese of Reesee Ohio purchase the following new record arrived Sunday to visit with his wifes books One deed book No 51 mort parents gage book No 10 guardians report Mrs Ned Reese has been in bad book and marriage hook health ever since she has been with her Wo have decided to move our branch parents store from Hardinsburg Ky Therefore Henry Hardin of St Louis Mo 1b wo have determined to close out our en- Â¬ tire stock regardless of loss in order to visiting his parents at his old home save moving exuenses Bring yaur Big Spring Huston Fairleigh Louisville paid a coupons and receive premiums before visit to his uncles in the neighborhood we move Green Flag Bargain Store Mrs Hilory Hardlu who lives out on last week A Ditto Jr and son David mado a the Hardinsburg pike gave a social last Friday night in honor of her guest Miss visit to Vine Grove and Elizabethtown Bertie McGavock of Cloverport There last week was a large crowd present and they en- Â¬ Mrs Emma D Peckenpuugb was on joyed a most pleasant evening Mrs the sick list last week at her fathers J A McGehee Hardin is an admirable hostess Hardinsburg is soon to be connected Horace Moremen and son of Jeffer- Â¬ with Louisville by the long distance son county paid his brother Alonzo a telephone The Ohio Valley Telephone visit last week Companys gang of workmen passed The indication Is that there will be the through here last week setting the poles best filled out ears of corn that has grown anu me linemen are lonowiug a snort for several years distance behind stretching the wire Harvey K Ditto aud Boss McGehee The line comes by Irvlngton aud attended the Auti Goubel convention at through Garfield to this place When Lexington last week completed It will give a first class Mrs Pirtle aud son John who have service been visiting their aunt Mrs Bicker Mr W W Galloway of McKinney staff have gout over to Indiana to visit Texan has been here for two weeks vis Â¬ relatives iting his father J W Galloway at Mo Miss Malinda Miller a charming miss Daniels This is his first visit here in of Jefferson county is accompanying her three years Mr Galloway lives in one grandmother Mrs Malinda Ditto on a mile and a half of McKinney the finest to relatives terming lands in Texas He says the visit The usual health pf the country seems eorn and cotton crop In that section this year Is unusually lino He moved tnere better in this section this summer than There is generally a good Nflftit years ago and is delighted with common deal of typhoid fever at this season of TdM He has no desire to retain to M Breekenridge but etili loves her the year Bazilla LawsQjLya to set the good o people He bM a family of seven chil What women say men do Will fiat cabbage trust come to a head Uncle Sam will issue a now money order about September 15 Au agricultural society has been or- gtuizid in iiardin county Louisville will have a big Democratic barbecue some time in October It is not what we earn but what we save that makes us rich A true love letter is written with utter disregard for future possibilities The senior editor of the Crawford County Democrat is eighty five years old Lawrenceburg has been designated as headquarters for tbo Peoples party cam paign Editor Lew B Brown Is making a creditable paper out of the NeUon Sen Â¬ tinel Eighteen thousand five hundred dol Â¬ lars has been subscribed to the Dewey home fund The Times Journal a weeklv pub- Â¬ is a perfect lished at CampbelUville gem of a pipor President McKinley will attend the blue and gray reunion at Evansville during October A now coal mine has been opened at Dunns Station Ky It will give em- Â¬ ployment to 200 men Chllders publishers of the Short Cumberland Courier are making a newsy and interesting paper O E Wolfe of Laporte Ind has in Â¬ He la ar Â¬ vented a voting machine ranging to put it on the market Boon Twenty thousand dollars worth of revÂ¬ enue stamps were affixed to the B and 0 8 W railroads 4000000 mortgage Three men dlod at Virginia in lees McQUADY 88-888- -8 J W - - PATE KENTUCKY r than an hour from drinking coffee into which a copperhead snako had crawled Major Carter Harrison of Chicago will be extended en invitation to accom- Â¬ pany William Jennings Bryan to Ken- Â¬ tucky EieUsfc UIuihI BnuS m rENNYROYAL PILLS CfcUhMUr1 7yav n PIMPLES have all dlaappoarod I bad boon troubled with oonatlnatlon tor some time but titer talcInr the Urst Caacaret I have hod no trouble with this aliment Wo oannot speak too high ly of Casoarow FHCI WautMANi WOSOermautown Ate Pbiladelpbla P j but Jlr wife had iilmplea on her free they has bean taking CA8CAH15TS and A J Boss wholesaleind retail grocer Mr iU UttX Drwfliu In Louisville will soon commence tho erection of a five story apartment store Poters Antiseptic Healing Oil on Fourth avenue Relieves all pain laiunlly and heali and curei exrema catarrh In Delaware cattle are suffering ter Â¬ cuti burns bolls bruises Itchchapped hands and sore throat1eryslpelts corns ribly from moequlto bites Travel near lips piles and all ulcers or sores of skin or mucous Will cure sore or the bay shore has been suspended to membraneHorsemen will find Inflamed eyes In 48 hours this oil will cure scratches cracked heel haler burns old sores and protect the horses Use it ana If not satisfied vour drug collar rails A hail storm swooped down on 1200 gist will cheerfully elva back your money Price For sale by MOORMAN ft OWEN Clov 15 cts acres of wheat in Cess county N D rpun y week belonging to Michael Taylor last entailing a loss of 20000 The Ohicago Tribune having kept a record of crime for ten years declares that the saloon business of the United States is directly chargeable with a total of 53430 murders during that time Mr J M Oummlngs stepfather of Editor Lew B Brown of Taylorsville Ky died last Wednesday at Moberly Mo He was a railroad man and died of paralysis He was sixty years old and had acquaintances in this town In theTwtcsA ViKK Courier Journal than In any other paper published both In quality and The Most Fatal Disease quantity More adults die of Kidney trouble T11 a TwlCCAWttK Cousikr Iournal Is the than of any other disease When the equal of many dallies and tht superior of all ctbsr papers It prints more real news more good clssa first symptoms of this disease appear no matter more rood class nuttar than any other Is sutd Wednesday and Satdrday A gOn4 eoiomls time should be lost in taking Foleys slon to agents Sample copies free on appllostlont Kidney Cure which is guaranteed or Write to COURIER JOURNAL CO money refunded 6O0 and 1 00 A It LOUIS VIUP KY Fiflbor Cloverport E A Witt HardinsÂ¬ burg v M w limMcliluaM AiDrtiiur M MTtMulari tHUnwalui 4J AWm by return ItelUf ffcr J utoice ut sari tlvM nllilOi JtoiUj DU- CkUHltrt Drutll1 Viumiffmuf In 11a4 and OoU intuitu IMM mum iu him nrai rake f MAikaM jKbj4aaOTaujuuuv MY AMBITION IS NOT TO BE OUTDONE MY DRUG STORE IN ALL LINES OF is very complete J Etc V V y Pure Drugs Chemicals Toilet Articles YOU GET MORE 1 TRY TO STUDY THE INTEREST OF MY PATRONS With a carefully eeleoted stock of Only the Best and a graduate in phar- Â¬ macy you see results from every dose of medicine Havo your Free criptlonB compounded here and see the Virtue of Pure Drugs YOU SHARE THE PROFITS IN BUYING GOQDS FltOM ME When in Irvlngton make my store youi1 headquarters have Your friends to GIVE ME A OAIJ WHETHER YOU BUY OB meet you here NOT Very Truly Yours FJ D THE UP-TO-DA- TE HIQGItNQ DRUGGIST 1 KSL SB BY A SPECIAL ARRANGEWEHT YOU OAM OST CANDY THAPIUAJM MMWVSftCO The Farm Journal has nearly two million readers each issue it is putting in a new press that will print 200 copies a minute it is the beet farm paper in America and it pleases the women folks all to pleuoe We have made a special arrangement by which wo are able to end the Farm Journal for the balance of 1800 and all of 1000 1001 1002 and 1003 nearly five years to all subscribers of the Bbkckxnbiiku News who pay a year in advance suBreckenridge New AMD Tit JLi AFTEm ff - TbattotMliy r Totttwee or HEALTH ANDvJtAUTY 1TTii1 log aeryeiM tweMMWrn ana HJB IWI H hi WiMlilffai U 4kansu eCJhigttUMtai Twice-a-Wee- k Courier Journal Both One Year for Fof ale by Short ONLY This Is iW tUHtl uwter 1 Oowl PluunL PnUlihl Merer Bleieu Weaken or Or Good PntaL Testa He Mwlml Tsti Wc Do j OURS OONBTIrATION Mtrtfei WHEN 1XBS YOTIR SU iffhtheaieeof ibt a ubsarietleai only tws twaeMaUoa 01 2G All lubscrlp- sa Bond iiwr umum wmou ia w wuwhmim Cloverport ana iianmr nu tmrv Haynes Druggist -- Ky JiUliUU-iL Httt rx sent 3MCiqMCMBCH 250 to the Brhckbhkidqk Njiwa awl get A and the Nkws tw of cJirf tor cm yw Cnrur CMett tU 8CRIPTKNT0THBNEW8 f lOp Bbi Ml kxpirk Breckenridge News kt Tw7 PWJlpBvWr P TP 43Sl3iS 9 8gS3S3 A S 9 THE LONG AND BROAD FLAG FROM THE NASHVILLE AMERICAN WOMAN AND DKfcb 1 Mot a follor tother raornin Most amusin sort of cuss Hadji curus stylo about him Cortnly couldnt well bo wuss Whoro you hail fm purdnor An ho smiled in a knowin way An replied in forren lingo Porto Rico U S A Her Gowns Are Worn Please Herself man Not to a I says Man or Some Other Wo- Â¬ Seen a fellor down on Broadway With a shockin head of hair An a lot o tropio garments An a most outlandish air WhurB ho frum a follor shouted boforo wed timo to say An This yero heathen turned an ansrd Honoyluler Y S A Met a feller here on Olive on With a somber-e-r- o Had a lot of Bhaggy whiskers Nearly all his clothos wuz gono Stoppod an ost me fur a quater Says My homo is fur away Whur you frum Tho varmint answorod Santiago U S A Seen a feller i i 6 A woman dresBesfor men S 1 at thoSouthern l ci j With a heavy iron box Ovorcoat was lined with bearskin Wore a dozen pair of box Sized him up to bo er miner Judgin byhis awkward way Seen him write in big Circle City U S A char-ac-ters 0 i ii i 6 Seen a saddle colored heathen Wearin1 earring in his nose Linen cuff round his ankles Most indecent lack o clothes Wheredthis heathen guy hero spring frum I inquiredin lofty way An he had the nerve to answer From Manila USA Hully Geo saya I I never hoard o These here cannibals boforo Air these heathens yero all voters Will wo stan fur enny more Nox you ask a follor Whur hes frum an hell Bay With a lordly kind o flourish All creation U SA T DuBois U S Consul General at St Gall 0 I n n ti ii i J - GINSENG Something About the Root Believed by Chinaman to Baa Cure for Every III 2 QlnsTR which is tho Chinamans mercial purposes for three years after panacea nr all tho ills that flesh is heir tho seedling has sprouted It is only in to ia getting scarcer and scarcer Tho tho third year that it hears seed and is demand from exporters continues una ready for the digging np of the root Tho bated It is perfectly natural thereforo botany of the plant which occupies a that the price has steadily advanced dur Â¬ peculiar place in the plant life of the ing the past year in tho local market world is exceedinglintereatlng There from 250 and 3 to 300 and 3 80 per is not space for a detailed description of pound for Kentucky and Indiana ginseng its slow development and Its many interesting peculiarities in an article of this according to quality Tho root has been growing wild in the kind but the reader who finds botany a Efforts are now profitable and fascinating study will find woods until lately made to cultivate it for it is too valua- the plant delightfully spoken of in the ble an item of the worlds product to little book on ginseng written by Mau- Â¬ Buffer extinction The scarcity of tho rice Q Kains and published this year by root now complained of is partly due to the Orango Judd Company of New the great demand for it and partly York because indiscriminate sang diggers In the local market ginseng is scarce eager to mako money have dug the root Where it used to come in fifty pound up in all seasons and have scarcely left coffee sacks it now comes in little paper it time to mature enough to bear seed sacks holding from five to ten pounds Thus it had no chance to leave behind a The root when properly dried oyer a means of reproducing itself before it charcoal fire is a whitish color with a offered up its life to commerce slightly aromatic taste and smell As The botanists call the natlvo root of prepared for shipment to this market China where it was originally found to the roots vary in size from 3 to 6 inches have medicinal virtues hundreds of years in length and from the thickn en of the ago Panax Ginseng because the people little finger to that of the thumb of China look on ginseng as panacea for As was said elsewhere in this urtlcK all bodily ills It is known in this coun- Â¬ tho depredations made upon tho ginseng try as a mildly stimulating aromatic but growing wild in the woods have bern in China it ia believed to be a sovereign so great that in order to keep the root remedy for every malady and it ia even from becoming altogether extinct the believed by some that life Itself can be serious cultivation of it has been under- Â¬ prolonged indefinitely by its use Some taken by several who see in it an inter- Â¬ times the root fa found in the form of a esting pursuit and a profitable business of Mr Kalns above In the human body The Chinese who can afÂ¬ spoken little book of the subject of ginseng cultivaford it will pay Its woight in gold for this tion is taken up and discussed at length is believed that Jrn of the root as it parts resembling tkenfrom the piecs The editor of the Farm Journal asks the arm wU cure all hurts of that part Why have a mortgage on the farm of the body t u tho leg like pieces will poor crops sour bread grip leak in the cure all troubles in the legs and so on roof hole in the pocket skeleton in the When the ginseng of China began to closet or any other pain or trouble grow scarce a substitute was looked for when you can get the Farm Jonrnal for Roots were found in Japan and Korea so the balance of 1600 and all of 1000 1001 closely resembling the genuine ginseng 1002 and 1003 nearly five years by pay that even experts could scarcely tell the ing a year in advance for the Bhxcken t difference as far as form and coloiwere ulna e News This you can do if you But these roots had no med are not too late ooaeemed ielnal virtues and the fact was Boon dlfe A Cat That Likes Elevators vortd In America a plant was found The Philadelphia Bourse is the home resembled the Chinese that not only This tabby eag in appearance but had its medl- - of a very intelligent cat is coal blajk without a single This plant ranax which nrotwrtlM QslMaefolJam is tho ginseng that Is bo white spot upon ber has a fondness for mafa in reqaert today for export to traveling in the elevator Bhe ia perfect Ofahu It was dissevered in 1770 after ly at home there and travels up and ad patient search by aa Indian down many times daily Bhe goes to the door of the elevator and mews until wlmioaary Father LaflUm near the car conies along and takes her on age very The various elevator to 1898 vut quantities of Ibem im of ber for Bhe is a great aioueer glMMg bar bea exported from this earetal otjUWtcy and the prise rose from 69 eeats and In the Bourse as In other big build 4 t w 7l per Pow1 The Inge mice are troublesome These little valuable uecu ItfciiaataMMttta wm la im The pets frequeatly destroy stowed away la i IS eate supposedly aafoly law Osaka and drawers Tabby aotilles the tb laswasus pimniajttai all avotoc awn what flew the desires te mih4 m Mt e njwm by wewlag teadly as the wtitUr4 oi mil was a falliag off In eareoaMM to tbe prtUlar rtery Ia lNat Tfr whea tlisre trade thle way she mk a toar of lasptettea prioe tor who mwn the gin of th tnUr tlWln OtH Damb broBbi 836446 to thki country not mature for com Animal Th plaat krt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and at other enough loft for that She said Oh I I never heard a word about mado this myself and it didnt cost but women I expected I moan she ox the author of this affirmation and bo I 2 CtJj cant give you his name But dont you pecttd him to look disappointed and know he was a man I do Not a young to pass on with a murmured stammer man oither and not a married one No But that mans face fairly beamod as he the man who first said that was an old looked with unfelcnedly admiring eyes bachelor who had been or who funded from tho collar to the hem and back to ho had been badly treated by a woman tho collar of that 2GGj suit And tho just one woman and who in memory of woman went on her way not ono whit that wrong or that fancied wrong was bettor pleased with her toilet but most vengeful to the extent of eaylng spiteful devoutly hoping that that poor blind things about all women Or it may havo heathen creature would not go homo beon an old bacbolor a nico one who and tell his wife about it Ho did had mado a Btudy oi women through tho though I bolleve ho did because his wrong end of an opera glass in othor wife since then looks at the woman words through the love affairs of his with little bit less respect than she used hie friends or on paper Of all the peo- to eeem to have She doesnt say any ple who drnt know women and who thing but I cant help feeling that she think they do commend me to the nice knowB about that suit And after that old bachelor who has stacks and stacks Id like to know what woman would of theories about them waste time any money dressing for a Whichover old bachelor it was who man Wouldnt it bo casting pearls said it it was one and ho was wrong or before savages to do it at least only very partially right Of As for the other head of my text procourse a woman any woman ia going to vided a woman is stylishly dressed in look her best whoa a man she cares for good material whether she looks pretty is around and whether she likes him or or ugly she need not and she does not not she is going to make him admire worry about her appearance when there her if she can and she is going to feel are only her fellow women present No that she is defrauded of some of her matter what they say about her extrava rights if he fails to do it I am perfectly ganca or her ugly face or her poor huspersuaded that Evo forgot all about her band they will be admiring in their origin and thought Adam had been cre- hearts of hearts thoso stylish clothes of ated for the solo purpose of admiring hers and ehe is very complacently aware her But as for dressing just for him of that fact To bo stylishly dressed why suo didnt do it thats all And Im does not mean merely to have on stylish sure there were no other women around clothes You might hang stylish clothes to be envious of her various fig leaf cos- on a stick and botween you and me I tumes To be have really Been that done There is not one man in a thousand BtyllBbly dressed means to have stylish who comprehends the details of a wo- clothes stylishly put on It is just as mans dress and I for one think every much an art or a gift or a talent or thousandth man who does has stepped something to know how to wear as what just a little beyond the bounds assigned to wear Perhaps it is the more imhim And I always suspect that this portant acquirement of the two because mental accomplishment of his has been your dressmaker might be induced to dideveloped to tho neglect of at least one rect your purchases to some extent But other Provided a woman looks neat tho croat master of drees the immortal and not very old timey and pretty al- Â¬ Worth himsolf could not make some ways pretty she need not and ehe women look anything but broom sticky knows it worry about what the ordinary or pudgy and bo ho would not attempt them Im sure I do not blamo him man thinks of her appearance I know a woman at least I ought to But tho point Im aiming at is this know her for Ive been forming her that the chief reason for a womans for soino little time giving her time and labor and brains acquaintance Sometime I think I know her like a and Borne mans money for clothes is book and then some other times she that she loves them the clothes I mean says things and does things which are so She has a positive affection for pretty astoundingly different from tho things clothea whenever she Bees them Yes which I expected of her and which I wherever sho Bees them even if that is approye of in her that I give her up as on the form of anothor woman And It was this whether ehe likes it or not she doesnt an unsolvable enigma woman who was walking down street envy that other woman She does not one day She was arrayed in a suit wish those beautiful clothes were her which she had cut fitted and put to own not ehe Sho wouldnt take them gether herself every stitch of it a suit away from that other woman for any But she wishes of course which buttons thread and all had cost consideration She was hurry she wishes that she herself owned some the exact sum of 206 ing along not quite knowing whether to even more beautiful and ehe lully be bo moat pleased with or ashamed of her- Â¬ lieves that with that other womans opself and dreading to meet a woman portunities she would have had them when she met a man of her acquaintance those even more beautiful clothes it thu president of the largest bank in she were cast alone upon a desert Island town She saw how bard ho looked at with no man or woman to look at her her as he lifted his hat but she was and with no better mirror than a brook totally unprepared for what ho was go- Â¬ in which to see hereolf she would dearly ing to Bay What he was going to say dearly like to array herself three times costumeB and what ho did say with a smile was daily in pretty new thiB I beg your pardon but I must costumes always befitting the time the compliment your suit It is just such a place and the occasion Of course a man Is in his sweetest For once in her suit as I most admire life that woman was at a loss for some mood just after a good dinner Everything to say Thdro didnt seem any body knows that without my telling words in any language that she knew to them and Im sure I know It without siy to a person who could admire a being told 1 cant remember the time when I didnt know that Dont you 2 Cr suit that bad never aeon the inside of a dressmakers establishment like to watch him when he has had just There wasnt anything to Bay but the as much of what he most likes as he only thing Bhe could think of and that could eat With what sweet Bmlle was spoken in a sort of grasd ehe didnt with what an unclouded brow with what She hadnt mind an open face he alts down and stretches even thank him Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ his numerous feet pedal and lineal r thn sofa or the rug or a few ohairs No give him a good oigar not a olgarett please and light it for him or perhap the cigar would better bo his favorite pips which means his oldest and hid strongest one of course A few puffs amLwith what an infinitude of content he lays W head back upon tho pillow of his chair What a look of ecstasy stoals upon his faco No mattor what ho has on no mattor whether his collar is frayed his coat an obvious fit for another man his trousors like bags or hlB slippers three sizes too big and three soasons out of date no matter what about his dress he rises a good many leagues nearer hoayon than ho was an hour ago I real- Â¬ ly do not belleyo we women know any thing about tho state of bliss ho arrives at then Wo noarly reach it a few times in our Uvea whother hor last meal was good bad or entirely omitted whether or not thoro is the prospect of another meal in tho near futuro thoro is a timo when the world seems to a woman a good place to live in That timo is when sho tias a good tepid bath when her hair and her teeth havo been well brushed when hor nails havo boen well mani- Â¬ cured whon from her head to her toes sho is clothed in fresh dainty appropriate well fitting tasteful it garments Under such conditions takes a good deal to rulllo a womans temper A womans clothes control her moods to a groat extent From her very nature sho cannot holp it There isnt a woman living a real woman I mean not one who has had hor instincts trained out for her there isnt a real woman living who cannot talk better and feel better and bo bettor when she is well dressed There isnt a real woman living who is not placed ata disadvantage when sho I is conscious of being badly dressed know just as well how a cat feels whon her fur is rubbed tho wrong way She feels just like I do just like you do when your clothes dont suit you I go a step farther than that For I believe that a womans dress with her accompanying mood has mado or marred many and many a life If Owen Mere Â¬ dith had known what I know about women bis famous lines might not have been so familiar because they might havo road Â¬ Â¬ A BOON TO MANKINDI DR TABLERS BUCKEYE 7Z 33 bJIW B c3iCP 2 Wr PILE 3c3K raafpii c jtiihei 2 i V wmw U cni LU 31 en MLkMPjFiQ mPlw CURE k New Discovery INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN for the Certain Cure of Sole Pronrieior CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUDES DY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES F BALLARD - 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For salo by A R Iisher Cloverport Ky ir- - Pressed Standing Seam Corrugated VCHmn A ifVtjlr i 2 and WG 3 Ply Ready Roofing Steel Cap Wrlte for Prices and Cntslogue Tarred Felt Sheathing Paper Roof Paints Roof Cement THE BRECKENR1DGE NORMAL COLLEGE HARDINSBURG KY 4 1899 First Term of Five Months Begins September Instructors Practical thorough and enthusiastic men and women No school in this section of the State offers superior inducements COURSES AND TUITION Primary 1 12 And I think In the lives of most women ami men Theres a time when all would be ai it should be If only a man could And out when His sweetheart were gowned as she would be 75 Intermediate Preparatory Teachers per month 50 3 20 3 20 Scientific Classical Music Board SI 75 to 3 20 per month 3 20 3 50 2 25 per week Flokknce H Fostkr For further information and catalogue a Idreau I NERVOUS f VFW METHOD original with Irs K TTF I I WEAK DISEASED MEN NO CURE NO I D S ROBERTS Jr AB President HARDINSBURG KY PAY0 -- ti EWE CURE SYPHILIS TREATMENT Jfc K will poll- tlvely ouroioiovorany lormoi juuuu ur rosult Sexual dlsiaso It is the iABtmnntof W MwtAMn - flf yUlllS UAIJIUbu In tlin cu theso Uiscasos This torrlblo Wood Poison tho terror of mankind yleldi roadlly to our MW lloware of Mercury THKATJIlNT lotarh etc Xticy may ruin your fjbiciu pains in tho Joints toro throat hair or eyebrows falling outpluiplesor blotchtj etomacii uorangciueui isuiu wj nohos etc you havo the secondary bUko We solicit tho of this llloml lolson raopt ohtlnato enses and challengo the world for o caio wo accept for treatment and cannot curo lly our treatment the Main ulcers heal tho lmir grows healthypain j and disapiwar tho skin becomes Is possiblonnd safe marriage 3X3XjXSS The most ceutrally localnl and only first clan hotel Jn the city maliinff a i oo rate Only one block from the principal shopping district and two blocks lrom the principal theatres FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL LOUISVILLE JeZir H hnff 4 r THE Street cars pa of the city the door to all parts itnuuar 1 Ik baued Uon4 bine 1 mm Everything seat and clean f c JF PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr SxSXsi9 n stand vita tins tens Viu klM cut mha y flecor I 3 CURES GUARANTEED Thousands of young and mlddlongcd men bao their vigor and vitality sapped by early abufos later excesses meutal worry etc No matter tho causo our XT RfnVn1 Trnatmnnt Is IhO retUEO DO YOU INTEND IF YOU TO BUILD Boolct nay wo r DO WHITE TO IjWECURElMPOTENCYfj it 9 r And restoronJI pans to a norraai luuu- Hon Ambition k llfo and energy aro rei u i v vvw hlmifllf ft man UUWlll dim among men Every caso ts ireaieu indi Â¬ 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deposit leheme rallure U unknown to us i 10000 tentlmaafasUatter Many eared at oh fUa from oared patient homo CossultaUoa free and eonfldntbU pars an til or by letter Write u to day ltJsVpage Beak small Chronic and Surgical WeHM m4 Ui of laOaaceUoiuiieMtfree F R WILDER Qi8 Fourth St LoulHvHIe Ky J M HARDIN Brandenburg Ky HARDIN WILDER Every Wednesday und Thursday alter U IN IRVINGTON Fourth Monday In Each Month Buoh as Bridges and Crowns a specialty xNj Difficult work Latest appllancos used uooa worK cuarauioeu DENTISTS VERMIFUGE - Sl Mwtlat no of WORMSl rtepuaAb WHITES CREAM V Fir 20 Yatrs Nis Ltd all Wmtm Umii MOXiS A tformle by A JAMK BJVihra Olovwport Ky V AXiii JftVWOVXHWal F BALLARD St L viifa rftv- - Burroea a man was going around over the state with a dagger la his poeket proelatralng from every stump that he B k Xt 6 BaMtft 8U9 ud FtiprUtri Intended to drive yon and your business outot the state what would vou do WBDNB8DAY AUGUST 38 1809 You would fight him of course not by yourself alone but you would call to your assistance all your friends This is just what Goebel is doing for the LAN And he is trying to do it undor tho garb Breckinridge News BRANDENBURG iTTvoiri W EIGHT PAGES THAXK8 UBBS 0 Im rats f ttrHie 10 eeitt BtTOAKIM tkitt trerln Uim eaared to at k ht at Ua rat f 6 ecat of Demooracy There is no Democracy in it It is down right demagoguery II1AIK TURNING GRAY What docs your mirror eay 7 Does It tell you of some little streaks of grayP Are you Do your friends of pleased tnc same age snow mis loss of power also Just remember that crav hair never becomes darker without help while dark hair rapidly becomes gray when onco tnc cnango Dcgins XOlXir M ABVAKCR ANNOUNCEMENT Waar authorised to announce JOHN P 11AS WKLL Jr at a candidate for reflection to the office ol IlepretcnUtlre from llrtcker ridge coun ty tnbleet to the action of the Republican party A QREAT OFFER Farm Journal From Now to Decern ber 1003 Nearly FIvo Year By special arrangement made with the publishers ol tho Farm Journal we are enabled to offer that paper to every sub- Â¬ Politics has changed since Hon Dav Â¬ id B Hill dramatically exclaimed I am Tho mere statement now Â¬ a democrat adays that a man is a Democrat cats no ice what ever unless accompanlod by a There aro silver bill of particulars Democrats gold Democrats Jefllsonlan Democrats high tariff Democrats froo trade Democrats anti Goeblo free silver Demicrats Goebel free silver Democrat Goobel gold Democrats regular Demo crats and bolting Democrats old time Democrats and machine Democrats and this proud old Commonwealth just now has a fewof each kind Tho Fendlo tonian A good manv from here will attend the Corydon Fair Mrs Massena Fontaine we hopo is on I the road to recovery The Mite at Mrs Ohas Colemans last Saturday night was well attended Miss Agues Malin spent last week with Misses Lllian and Virginia Rhodes Miss Suoil III has returned from a lengthy star with her sister in Indiana Miss Suslo Elder is visiting at Wolf Greek and other points in lower Meade Beall Giinnell spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Gee Frymire at Meado Springs on Doe Run I was glad to ooo a long nowsy letter from Irvington and hopo wo may hear evory week Dont forgot tho Missionary meeting Thursday and Friday here at tho Moth odist church Dr Nettlosroth and Miss McGehee of Louisville were guosts of Mrs Dr Pusoy and family last week Miss Mabel Hardin la visiting her aunt Mrs John Radley In Jefferson vllle and will attend tho New Albany Fair Never indulge in any amusement or pastime of which you are ashamed or of which you dont wish to appear in print or others to know Mrs Thos Alexander has been quite sick at her sons Ed Alexander Her daughter Miss Mary is expected to re Â¬ turn from the oast Admiral Sampson and his corps off- Â¬ icers are scoring as big a victory at Bar Harbor with the girls hearts as in the late war in subduing a foe Dr Pusey says so far this season has WELCOME To the Farmers of Breckenridge and adjoining counties and we are not unmindful of the liberal patronage they have accorded us for almost half a century wants to enforce a law Goeiikl against the railroads that will not only ruin the business interest of tbo state but would ruin the farmers as woll would Just such a law as ho enforce has killed the agricultural interests of England where it costs as much to carry a sack of wheat ten miles over English railroads as it does to carry it from New York to Llvorpool What would the farmers of the great West do if It wasnt for the ALL DOORS ARE OPEN rates long and haul short Tins afternoon all latch strings will be every bushel of corn they raise would be removed from every door in this city to run into the ditch Tho laws of com- Â¬ welcome tho farmers and all visitors merce and trade rule this nation and from neighboring towns who may at- Â¬ when you run up against them you Progress is the tend the Farmers Institute which will strike a atono wall watchword in Kentucky upward and on Â¬ Thurs Â¬ convene in this ity to morrow ward down with Goebelism day It wilt be a glorious meeting arid everything is favorable for an interest Â¬ COflPANY HENRY KOEHLER ing instructive session The object of Lumber Dealers of Louisville Ky in Â¬ these institutes is to elevate the farmers vite correspondence with Mill men who to a better and more profitable way of have lumber for sale They buy poplar cultivating their soil All have dis- Â¬ and hardwoods in mixed cars dry or green Write them played much enthusiasm Never in the Democratic Convention Called history of Oloverport has such zeal and At a meeting of the Democratic Com- Â¬ interest been manifested The ladles are to be congratulated for their earnest mittee of Breckenridge county a Dele Â¬ gate Convention was called to meet at efforts in Beoing the meeting a success Hardinsburg Monday August 28th Without their hearty co operation it 1899 at 2 oclock p in standard time to would be a failure The News extends nominate a candidate for the Legisla- Â¬ to all farmers who may wish to ture Delegates to said convention to be selected as follows The Democrats in come a cordial welcome Preparations each voting precinct in the county shall have been made to make your visit a assemble at their voting place Saturday pleasant and enjoyable one August 20th at 2 oclock p m standard time and select delegates to attend the Gokdklibw is not Democracy County Convention as here in before mentioned Each precinct shall be en The post office department is arrang- entitled to one delegate for every fifty ing for a considerable extension of rural votes or fraction over 25 cast for W J free delivery Bryan for president When a voting place baa been formed since the Bryan Wab is a costly luxury The expenses vote such precinct will be entitled to of the present military establishment is one delegate for each fifty or fraction 1000000 per day over 25 votes cast for the Hon D H Smith for Congress Tiia business interests of this state its All known Democrats all those who progress are greater and more impor- Â¬ voted for W J Bryan and all others who tant than Qoebeliem will support tho nominee of the County Conuty Convention are entitled to parti- Â¬ A newspaper has no critic quite eo cipate in the precinct meetings and are severe as the man who borrows and invited to be present and take part in reads his neighbors paper these meetings The precincts are entitled respective- Â¬ Many points of interest will be dis- ly to the following number of delegates deh gates cussed by the members of the Farmers Hardinsburg No No delegates Institute which begins its Fession in this No delegate city to morrow Oloverport No 1 1 delegate delegates No Tub very latest tip from Hardinsburg No delegates is to the effect that Judge N McC Mer2 delegates will be called upon by the Democrats Mooleyville cer next Saturday to make the race for the Union Star 3 delegates Stephensport 2 delegates Legislature Webster 4 delegates Irvington 2 delegates The Democrats of Hardinsburg have arranged for Goebel and Blackburn to Bewleyville 2 delegates 1 delegate speak at tho Catholic picnic grounds on Big Sprlnirs Custer 4 delegates Sept They are advertising and ex Hudsonville 3 delegates pecting a big day Glondeane 2 delegates Rock Vale 2 delegates Wk cant get along without railroads McDaniels 3 delegates no more than we can without farmer Balltown 2 delegates mechanics merchants and bankers But The precinct committee men to call there is one thing we can get along the precnet conventions to order in without and that is Goebelism their respective precincts and act as of you attended to that little mat Â¬ chairman said meeting Have J Wiutwortii ter we spoke of last week your subscripChairman Democratic County Com tion If you havent there is no better RlCIIAKD AlKI890N time than right now It is the little Secretary things that need attention the big ones To the Republicans of Breckenridge of themselves take care Â¬ Â¬ scriber who pays or tho Bbkckknridok Nxws ono year ahead for onlv 1 both papers or tho price of ours only our paper one year and the Farm Journal from now to December 1003 nearly five years The Farm Journal is an old established paper enjoying great popu larity one of the best and most useful farm papers published This offer should be accepted without delay Hair-- Vigor will bring back to your hair the color of youth It never fails It is just as sure as that heat melts snow or that water quenches fire It cleanses the scalp also and prevents the formation of dandruff It feeds and nour- Â¬ ishes the bulbs of the hair making them produce a luxu- Â¬ It stops the riant growth hair from falling out and gives a fine soft finish to the hair as well We hTe a book on tbo nalr and Will be a gala day with us Come and see us on that day We are closing the greatest stock ever carried in this section Have had ten days unprecedented business and you cant miss them been the healthiest in the history of jam Scalp which you may obtain tree upon requret If you do not obtain all the benefiti you expected from tbe ue of trie Vigor write the Doctor about It Addreii DR J C AVER Lowell Man jpa A STRONG INDICTMENT Names and Facts of Interest to Voters Extracts From a Recent Report of the State Local Option Committee We regret to have to say of that some 22 14 32 Â¬ 22 33 Â¬ the men who did most to defeat our bill have been again put in nomination by the party to which they belong and Christian freemen are asked to vote for their party For example the Democratic party have put Mr William Goebel in nomination for tbe highest State oflice Yet no man has ever been in the Legislature at Frankfort who has bi en a more implacable foe to every effort made by the temperance people than All Goebel Never in one single case in all bis career so far as is known to your committee has he ever in any way whatever either by sympathy or act given the tempeiance people any help or comfort In every case where he has be en able to strike us he has done it It was he who raised the point of or der that deadlocked the Senate against us in the last Legislature He did this knowing that it would put him in the chair as Speaker pro tern Whore eyen against the majority of the Senate he could hold us at bay until it would be too late to pass our bill in the other house He was also one of those who refused to vote in order to break tho quorum and thus bring about the deadlock and when at last we were able to compel a vote he voted squarely against us on the first passage of our bill by the Senate Is it right for Democrats to treat temperance people in this way and then because he is tho nominee ask Christians and moral temperance people to support him Can lovers of the cause of temperance do this with a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ County trust promoter in the country He would compell every man in the state who has a vote to cast it for him so ho could control all the railroads corporations and business in general to be run according to Goebels ideas Hardin8iuku and Oloverport are only ten mil sb apart and the day may not be far distant when we shall be connected by the trolly car The electric railway la already finding its way to small towns and Its a great pleasure and convenience for people JoEiiEL is the greatest You are hereby notified that there willbeamas8 convontion held in the Court House at Hardinsburg Ky on Saturday Sept 2nd 1899 at 2 oclock p m for the purpose of nominating a Re- Â¬ publican candidate for representative in the Lower House of the General Assembly and transacting such other business as may properly corao before the con- Â¬ vention All Republicans are cordialy invited to attend and take part in the meeting This July nut 1899 Hardinsburg Ky Allen R Kinuiiblok Chairman Clint P Hook Secretary Â¬ Will Vote For Ooebel Editor or Dkkckkniudok News Friend John in thlB weeks issue of your paper I see my name used as a delegate Tuis iu the time of year when the at Â¬ from this county to tho fexlngton Contention of our board of health should be vention I want to say to you I was not directed to the condition of our town at Hardinsburg that day nor did I auth Â¬ and the family premises Many cases of orize my name used in that connection typhoid fever are traceable to the im for this reason I am going to vote for purities about towns this season of the the ticket nominated at the Louisville year They should be removed convention in June 09 Please give this space in next issue Yours as ever JOE BLA ChB WINS YO II Joun Alexanduu 1805 On Sunday April 14 Hon Joseph O 8 Blackburn stood beside the The Farm Journal is choke full of cofliu of Col John L Banford at Coving gumption and has the largest circulation ion and registered this remarkable vow of any farm paper in the world It Is John Sanford was to me like a broth good everywhere We offer it for a short er Iiovedhim I hope God will spare time a prize to advance paying sub Â¬ me and I shall make it my lifes mission to avenge him by burying his slayer in scribers to the EBECKENBipas Nkwb a year ahead and the Farm Journal for the the depth ol merited public execration The Hon Josephs mind has under balance of 1809 and all of 1900 1001 1008 tone a change since Goebel got bold of and 1008 nearly five years all for the the machine alone prloe o oar Â¬ Â¬ u jfpr I beg Golden Rods pardon for failing to notice her request to send Mr Jolly some items on sheep husbandry I had intended fully to heed the request or in my feeble manner make an effort to be of some assistance to the gentle Â¬ man but company many social func tions and other matters to be gotten ready for publication prevented The church leaders aro very outspoken in their denunciation of Goebelism Mr Goebel brought down anathemas on his head when he with held bis support from the Roberts bill It is hard to dis cuss politics even church people with- Â¬ out falling into vituperation and I do think even for the secular press to in Â¬ Dr Ilobba Bnarairai Pllla euro all kidney IUi Bam Die tree Add BuirUwi llvmedy Co Cnlewo or M TV dulge in mud batteries is at least undig Â¬ The Big Reunion at Evansvlllc nified and ungjntlemanly I fall to un Â¬ The Reunion to be held at Eyansvllle derstand the whole nature of the pres Â¬ Oct 10 13 has grown to such proportions ent dynasty that it will undoubtedly be the greatest Miss Lula Woolfolk gave a hard time gathering ever held in tbe state Presi Â¬ party last Thursday night in honor of dent MoKinley will be there a commit- Â¬ her guest Miss Clara Wimp The lawn tee luvlng already been to see him A and yard were lighted by Japanwe lan- Â¬ oomtnittse composed of Mayor Akin terns the moon shone brightly besides Capt Lee Howell and Oapt Wm Field making an ideal lawn fete The cos Â¬ will leave for the south next week to In tumes were unique and bewitching viti the Governors ef the southern states Lula and Clara are charming graceful Gun Gordon Gen Stephen D Lee of girls I only drove out for a glimpse Mississippi A J West of Georgia Ex and as a compliment for Lolas kind in Â¬ Governor Jones of Alabama and many vitation The progressive euchre was a previous engagement other participants of the civil war Very low rates will be made on all the Haivey DittoBoaaMeGsheeaad Will railroad and steamboat lines Roberta were at the Brown Johnson There will be many visiting military Democratic eeuvesUoB held at Lexlag companies and Prise Drills and a Sham Urn Harvey wears hi badge with great Battle will be among the attraetioaj eelat Ha aaya there ware fully 8000 Â¬ clear conscience before God and man Again they ask us to vote for Mr McOhord Yet his record is not a whit better so far as his ability went Yet again Mr J O W Beckham the presÂ¬ ent candidate for Lieutenant Governor was a member of tho steering commit-Â¬ tee of the last house So was Mr Mor Â¬ gan Chlnn of Mercer who is now a candidate for the next Legislature These gentlemen had it absolutely in their power to call our bill from tho or Â¬ ders of the day and put it upon its pas- Â¬ sage We appealed to them in the name of all the Christian people of the Commonwealth to do this much for us at least They spurned our appeal and treated It with contempt while they took an insignificant bill for a reward on fox scalps from the orders of the day and put it upon Its passagi IIow Are Ycur Kldneye f Meade county since his practice here about thirty eight years I expect Brother Litchfield is conducting a series of sermons at his Irvington church Ho mado an address at tho Sunday school picnic on Sinking Creek last Sat Â¬ people present and that the ladies were urday out in full and as enthusiastic as the I received Miss Lil McGlothans mes Â¬ men Gov Brown to be again spoke sage and with pleasure for sho is one of fully two hours followed Dy Bomo of the my special favorites I hope Mrs Mc- Â¬ most brilliant Democratic orators of the Glothans health may be much boneuted State The whole old commonwealth is by the Sulphur water at Doe Run aroused and I hope it will result in what- Â¬ E O Babbage the accomplished city ever may be for the good of the Demo- Â¬ editor of this paper has sent me a kind cratic party invitation to attend the Institute and be I notice Golden Bod gives a quotation their guest I hope to Bee Ernest Bab from Pope Leo XIII who In a personal bage go to the top in Journalism He letter made a strong denunciation of in- Â¬ writes well and shows originality temperance It strikes me as rather pe- Â¬ think the funniest most laughable culiar that anyone should think for a I episode in tbe present political muddle moment that any Christian man or wo-Â¬ is the Dispatch not supporting Goebel man did not condemn and denounce tbe and the Courier Journal supporting him abuse of intoxicants We all know that and his ticket and calling the others the Catholic Total Abstinence Union bolters Aint this a funny funny has done as much as any church association in the world to combat the de Â¬ world In a delightful drive last week with structive vice of intemperance I notice in Sundays Courier for the some friends I finally took in the fam- Â¬ ous burning well a sheet of flame as announcements of marriages to take it were in rippling waves a pyrotechnic place within a year is that of Dr Wil-Â¬ display by nature Rider Haggard could liam Pusey to Miss Shanks of Lexing Â¬ haye had it in his mind when he wrote ton A year is quite a period to make announcements for marriages Once beÂ¬ bis famous She Mr John Pusoy has passed his four fore Wills approaching nuptials Appeared A correspondent or score his nvnd is still bright his appe- Â¬ which he denied tite like a boys he sleeps as soundly as reporter should be txtrimely careful in an infant and hut for rheumatism he making any statement of private affaire would be a activo as at fifty He spent and never without being authorized a day and night last week with his Amusements entertainments are public property not so with an ougagoment or brother Dr D U Pusey wedding Dr Pusey is one of Branden Â¬ Two pleasant games of progressive burgs boys of whom we are proud euchre were given last week by Misses Susie Angermier and Nettie Schene The Best Remedy for Flux There is no more barm in a game of Mr John Mathias a well known stock cards than in a game of croquet Let dealer of Pulaski Ky says After suff people choose their own kinds of amuse ering for over a week with flux and my Â¬ ments and their own forms of entertain ph8ictan having failed to relieve me ments 1 was advised to try Chamberlains I enjoyed last week a short visit from Choieia and Diarrhoea Remedy Colic and Mrs Dr P W Foote Irvington Mrs have the pleasure of stating that the Foote made a most pleasant impression half of one bottle cured me For sale with all whom she met Intelligence by A R Fisher Oloverport RA candor sincerity and dignity are all 8hellman Stephensport combined to make her a most loyable friend GLENDfcANE Dr M T Hunt of the Baptist church at 22nd and Walnut jn Louisville is I offer to any party that sees any other waging warfare against Goebelism Dr one stealing apples straw or any thing Hunt conducted protracted services here else off my land and will report to me several years ago and if he is as erratic and go before a justice of tbe peace with in politics as in religion be can vie with me and make oath to same I myself wil the Shelby Sentinel on the other side ol pay five dollars in gold to the leporter the question Julian H Brown Mrs Mattingly of Woodland her We are going to move our branch daughter Mrs Robt Nail of Elizabeth store from Hardinsburg therefore we town and her son Albert visited Mrs have determined to Bell out our entire Stuart Owings last week Albert is stock Come at once and receive the studying for the priesthood He has benefit of the slaughter sale Bring been a student for five years and has six your coupons and recelye premiums be- Â¬ more before entering upon his Bacred fore we move Groan Flag Bargain calling stores Â¬ Â¬ VEST VEST LOSAH COLLEGE Russelville VEST 1 VVfllVviiVfiiVtffiVfVlVVlUfWiflVVlvvvlV Founded in 1840 For the Higher Education of Girls and Yonng Wo-viSkn Ttttlt Hi In axi oaj uiuiuiug imunuu noil nnnln cuuiJa ped Faculty graduates of tho great Colleges and Universities Superior advanÂ¬ tages in Music Art Elocution and Ancient and Modern Languages Address Ky H i 3 A1 A G MURPHY President 02 a A will speak on local option at Walnut Louis dropped in home Fridayand re- Â¬ Grove and on Friday night the cam Â¬ mained until Sunday paign will close with a temperance rally Miss Nettie Kurtz of Cecilia is vis- Â¬ here at which a number of able speakers iting Miss Hortenso Miller Positiyely no fail Â¬ will make addresses Miss Harned of Custer visited Miss ure in these meetings Mollie Penick Saturday and Sunday The moonshine nights we are having Miss Jennie Fritz of Louisville is at present certainly cannot be surpassed here visiting her aunt Mrs Harry in beauty and lovoliness and long and Miller frequent are the drives our young folks Mrs Babe Barnett of Owensboro la are taking and tho results of the whis Â¬ here visiting her uncle T R Moorman perings on these occasions can only be and other relatives determined by future events Misa Clara Morris who has been in Mississippi for some time came home ucauty is Illooa Deep Clean blood means a clean akin No inursday and is on the sick list beauty without it Cascaretg Candy CatharMessrs Parker aud East two seminary tic clean your blood and keen it clean by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im- students are conducting a protracted w from the body Begin to day to purities Danish pimples boils blotches blackheads meeting at the Baptist church and thai sickly bilious complexion by taking Messrs M Pickerel and Harvav Jnn Cancareta beauty for ten cents All drug giaU eatisfaction Guaranteed 10c 25c 50c kins of Glendale were here Sunday the guests of Misses Hattio and Ruby Miller STEPHENSPORT Mrs Dinklespeil of Louisville who has been the guest of Mrs Meyer for Prof Eugene Gilliland was in town tho past two weeks returned homo Sunday Monday Mrs Ohas Wadlingron is visiting in Dock Hpringate and wife of Castor Hardinsburg and K Miller and family of Vertreos Services were held in the city hall were here 8unday the guests of Kit Martin and family Sunday by Elder A F Beare Mr Otis Penick brother and sister of Mr Shively of Owenaboro ylslted his Ouster were here Sunday the guests of son Dr G E Sbively last week Miss Margaret Scott of Hardinsburg their nncle Henry Penick Miss Penick will remain several days visited Miss Lena Payne last week MIos Ine Vertrees of Vine Groye W O and A- - T Blain of PatesvIUe Miss Ola Cldrkson cf Loulsvillo and spent Sunday with their parents here Mr Hewit Nail of Vine Grove came Quite a crowd from here attended down Â¬ Ohildrens Day services at Sample Sun- day Friday and remained until Sun Â¬ tho guests of Dr 8trother and day sister J B Crawford left last week for Gates Tenn where he has a position in a rail Â¬ ux m ar J road office Stan tiia jt ins Kind toi flaw Almrs Bawfif Mrs H 8 McCoy left Sundav for Gas City Ind to join her husband who has Â¬ I JT o rt a position there Mrs A Crawford daughter and son Miss Ida and Master Andrew Jr were in Hardinsburg lost week Misses Katie Crawford and Bertha Pettit who have been visiting in Indi Â¬ ana returned home last week LaRue Barkley of the United States America is home and after a few weeks Vacation will return to college at Lex Â¬ ington Mrs Mary Pierson of Evansville who has been spending the summer with her parents at Midway Hotel will return home Friday Mr and Mrs Richard Palmer Mr and Mrs Ed Palmer and children of Louis- Â¬ ville after spending a few days with O O Lewis and wife roturned home to- Â¬ CHENAULT There is a hot time in Ohenault Mr Willie Frymire has returned home from Louisville Miss E Kato Allen is expected home soon from Eliiabethtown Ind Miss Cora Alberta Duckwall of Louis vllle is visiting Miss Mary Allen Mr Stephens of Tell City Ind is kept quite busy here tuning pianos Wondor what was the attraction at wAie landing ior two young ladies Mr Harrold Board and Miss Bobble Brodie wont to Hardinsburg last Wefik Mr James A Allen of New York City returned alter a few days visit to las home Misses Nellie Bennett and Hath G Cady wero the guests of Miss Beaslei Cunningham Saturday Mr Paul 6 Mitchell of the Ragon looked awfully sweet SatmUay morning aa he stepped off of the siam Miss Marr Louisa Allan i i Evansyille Wednesday and some think u m a sny way to make a trip in wWtO 8 WEB8ThR Election here next Saturday Webster has an base bal team Carlton Dntscbke visited his brother Julius Sunday Miss Ltzale Hall spent the day Sunday at Clovornort Dont forget the day Aug 20 Con- Â¬ sult your conscience and do your duty Quite a number from here attended the ice cream supper at Sam Pagans -te Â¬ day i1 Glorious News near Brandenburg Saturday night Mrs Dorcas Beauohamp altera lingerÂ¬ ing illness extending through months died last Saturday Age 82 yjiars Aaron Nortons annual colt show will be held on his farm near here Saturday Septembor 2nd Oome out and see some good stock Perhaps your vote represents a large family Will yon cast it in the interest of your family or for the gratification of your own desire T The JUv W OoaMey of xkr The meeting at Raymond closed Frl bridge Ga while attondtag m w uay Bigm wttu lour new addHteas to the toral duties at ftleuweed tbat fr BIG SPRING wa church and several reclamations air attached by cholera mewbo He my though it was a good meeting By chance I happened to get hold n jk Mr and Mrs Charles Calvert returned bottle of And fee eream tapper at Jesse Her Ohambwlalas Prtjft fjtielinai doaa last Thursday night brought to boms Friday and Diarrhoea rmiy ttfctt 4 gether qule an assemblage and a more Mr Fred Kaye and wife ol Vina WMUwBwajtaoa Bww pT enjoyable afcdr has rarely been seen In Grove same dowa Sawtay by A it this eommuaity JrlsJUv Oittvemort54 a Mr Hardin wh k Nwt Thursday uiaUt Jfey Jaa Lawte for lb tlaeaaoaa KfciaraM tnvatttf Htpheaaport m Â¬ Comos from Dr D B Cardie of Washita I T He wHUb Four hot ties of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which has caused her great suffering for years Terrible sores would break out on her head and face and the best doctors could qlve no halp but her cure is complete and her neaitn excellent This shows what thousands have proved that Electrla Bitters is the best blood purlfler known Its the supreme remedy for eoxoma tetter salt rbeum ulcers bolls and run nlng sores It stimulate liver kidneys and bowels expels poisons helps dlwa ton and builds up the strength Onlr Weenie Bold by short and Hayrjee druggUt Guaranted tew v town Ky Tuesday The Misses Cady and titeir will leave for their hone in LoOiWibj Thursday Their guesto will be Ma BtsIeGfliiHlBtkasa4 Nettle fiawU w ko tuarriea airs Lena LJunnlmlioin ani daughter Mary Jane aceoaapaitlej by Miss PJke left tor her heme at latiul -- iti mkr - WffilNi ad r Hry h UM4ji AaJ - 1 0af mi R- n j Vy - a0gr Tfvfi wr 4JrTC t UMMER CATARRH Catarrh et tk booth t- taut it ft mat prtvaltnt tit eWrWp ynjja v wrw wwww w WANTED I 250000 HOOPS AND HOOP POLES Apply at Wost End iron bridge Will commence to rccoivo Aug 25 Ghas May Sr ajprt Mle News in Brief SttM444 4444 44444 4444lX Vest Vent Veot Isnt this Issue a bird Pat me off at Sulzors Vest rmes you money Wo greet you all Suz r City Bakery leads thorn all New goods arriving at Kings Soft drinks served at City Bakery Brownsville is to have a new bank Buy your lunches from City Bakery Visit Walter King for your groceries How do you llko the Nkws this weok Staple and fancy groceries at Kings People continue to go to the postofllco If you want fresh eatables go to Kings ry grape nut and you will like it Sulzer See King before you buy your grocer M ies The sacrifice sale Vests is still going on at Tropical fraita alwayd on hand at Oity Bakery Lunchos served day aud night at Kings IT J IrY V7 Big redactions are offered on groceries at Vests Order your groceries from Sulzers by telephone Decorative paper and flags for sale at Babbages Miss Delia Batt has returned from Cannelton Fresh broad delivered daily by the City Bakery Cranes finest writing papers are sold by Babbago What has become of Breckenridge countys fair Three good rooms for rent over the Oity Bakery Miss Minnie Hill returned to Hender Â¬ son Saturday Judge Wm Ahl of Hardinsburg was in town Friday Do you need a winter suit of clothes then go to Vests Miss Judith Miller returned Thursday from Louisville E W Shoemaker of Rome Ind was in town Saturday Miss Lydia Graham is visiting rela-Â¬ tives at Lowisport All items of news sent to this office will bo appreciated Frank Mercer of Lonisvillo was in the city yesterday The smallpox scare is spreading at Middlesborough Vest is offering big values in their dry goods department The most popular tints in writing r r R P Hagan was here Wednesday T Clary went to Brandenburg Thurs Â¬ J M Howard of Glendeane passed day lOPDE through town Friday Mr Howard is ents Abo Kennedy went to Buffalo Larue LBIHl iBoauai Company connected with the Dean Tie k IM county Wednesday About getting a New Trunk Telescope or Valise Mr and Mrs 0 E Lightfoot have reÂ¬ hntf 4 t He says the timber business is nourish Â¬ boaaed turned home from a pleasant visit at ing Misses Lula and Myrtle Orutcher went Uon4 DO YOU NEED a Pair of Shoes then see Brownj n alnd Sorgho to Brandenburg Thursday 9lnilb Mr Will Vargason went to Cloverport ent ten D R Murray left Sunday for Greens Those Ladies Dress Skirts are nobby from Vim ahl Miss Eliza Ritchie left Saturday for yesterday to visit his grandfather Mr f Qecon burg where he has an appointment to herschool in Breckonridge Alfred Matheny who has just celebrated speak BooH J O Crutcher went to Webster ono his ninety seventh birthday Owens- Â¬ ancj day this week on business W H Barnes who formerly operated boro Messenger leompa a hotel in this town has moved to 51000 Miss Mamie Belle Slpes was the guest Mr and Mrs George Seymour and Paducah children Mable and Arthur of New of the Misses Miles Wednesday Mr and Mrs Thos Robertson of Lod- Â¬ Miss Emma Meyerof Ekronwos visit Â¬ Albany Ind have arrived in the city iburg were the guests Sunday of Mr An entire new stock of Notions Neckwear Beauty They are the guesta of Mr and Mrs ing in this neighborhood this week and Mrs Augustus Gibson Joseph Seymour on the hill of Mrs Dr Wimp and children Pins Combs and pretty Belt Buckles Mr and Mrs Carl Benton of Irving The following went to the Tar Springs Louisville are visiting Mrs Laura Burch ton were in tho city last woek visiting go shirtless with the assortment Men Misses last Wednesday on horse back Mrs Bud Lewis and daughter of Gar Mr and Mrs 0 B Mattingly Elizabeth Skillman Alliene Murray and nettsville spent Friday with Mrs Laura Brown carries Goebel and Blackburn will discuss Bessie Hambleton Mescrs Fred Ferry paper at Babbages Burch Brown has the Clothing to clothe both old and Goebel and Blackburn at Hardinsburg Democracy from their point of view at James Fisher and Charley White Mrs Charles Coleman son and moth- Â¬ Hardinsburg Saturday Sept 0 Saturday Sept 0 The Purchase and Pennyrile editors er Mrs Edmons of Brandenburg spent young His parlors are open to all at Austin Popham of Irvington was In have organized a Western Kentucky a few days this week the guesta of W Col Washington Holt of Holt was in the city Sunday visiting his parents Press Association This is done in order B Mattingly and family town last week to bring them in closer touch with each There aro something near forty teleÂ¬ Mr and Mrs Mike Popham Jim Foushee and wife Sam Allen McHenry Meador of Ouster spent sev Â¬ other Their first meeting will be held phones in town and Mrs and sister Jack wife Mrs Jesse Graham has returned from eral days with his sister Mrs Richard at Eddyville September 28 are Colins and children were tho guests of Popham at Webster last week Be sure and read our great offer of the W W Miles and family Sunday a visit In Henderson Mrs Hattie Wright of Elizabethtown Breckkniudob News for a year and the of The Buckingham theater in Louisville ELECTION NOTICE was visiting her brother Mr Henry Farm Journal for the balance of 1800 ItrMta wim yon whether yon continue thr has been reopened oerre Miuiug luuaccunaDii nurUA Wright of this city last week and all of 1000 1001 1002 and 1C03 near- Â¬ renavfi tuudletreis expelenlcovr ucairoiortcoacco wva Kentucky Breckenridgo County Court oul nervous Mrs Julius Hardin county was in the fl ly five years all for the price of our paÂ¬ tine ourlflea the blood re Vf D Regular Term July 24 1899 8 J Miss Nannie Brashesr who has been ltorca loet muihoodfft city Thuradayliopping Koooboxet Parks and others on petition I 9l iMrW foppo visiting Miss Alice Mattingly left Mon Â¬ per alone Just walk up to the captains rvm cue cured liur Lee Yeager and Ohas Hamman went na NO T4kIl Ad ham office and draw the biggest prize you bookpQczci- V day for her home at West Point HL V own drurriit wha V Tonr It appearing to the satisfaction of this to Hardinsburg Saturday 1 ifcwlllouchforniTt ItwItU WwllIptUDtlrPnlitnU7 On court that the petition of S J Parks Master Leveth May hall who sustain Â¬ ever drew Ladies and Gents collars Something and others heretofore lodged with the ffQArnteed to care or w rtfund mont r ed an injury from falling off a wheel CUmc MmItmI ItrUaf Wmj C Itci Judge of the Breckenridge County Court Hows This I new Bee them Sukor sometime ago is slowly improving and tied in this court on the 26h day We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward J M Newton of Hancock county of June 1899 requesting that an election Every column of this issue should be for apy case of Catarrh that can not be be held in the Webuiur voting precinct visited this office Monday read You will find many interesting cured by which precinct is in tho Fourth Magis Â¬ Halls Catarrh Cure Staple and fancy groceries can bo pur Â¬ communications and articles of value terial District of Breckuuriige county F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 chased at the City Bakery Ky and on the 20th day of August MIbs Florence Oottrell wont Friday to We the undersigned have known F J 1899 to take tue sense of th lfgal voters The successful merchant is one who the Falls of Rough While there she Cheney for the last fifteen years and be Â¬ of said precinct who are qu tiitied to vote constantly uses printers Ink MALARIA ANTIDOTE will be the guest of Miss Jennie Green lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus- Â¬ at an election fur the canity officer Advertisements inserted under this head at the upon tho proposition whethnr or not Tobacco warehouses in this city hayo You have the best opportunity of your iness transactions and financially able to rate of one cent a word each insertion spirituous vmoui and mak quors shall Skevavej been closed for this season life to lay in your winter wearing appa- Â¬ carry out any obligations made by their be sold battered or loaned in said voting FOR SALE BICYCLES ETC H V Harris shipped a fine lot of rel at a very small out lay of money at firm precinct unit also whether or not tho sheep to Lpuiavllle Monday West h Truax Wholesalo Druggist Tole-Â¬ ITIOR SALE Ono Leiguo Chilnles Bicycle provisions of this law and prohibition Vests SPLBNDID QENERAL TONIC condition io uveral other wheel bar sua 1 apply to Druggist in tald precinct Marvin Waldng Klnnan Mr Frank HaawUl and family spent gain muit t4 told Fox terrier pups Imported Robertson the hustling stock do 0 Ernest was signed by more than twtnly live 25 NOTE The New formula is ver blood Jjoo C C LEWIS llox 45 Stephent Sunday at tho Tar Springs percontoftbo legal voters oteaid pre- Â¬ buyer of this county was in town Thurs Â¬ Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio stable and more effective than Quinine pott Ky Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal Â¬ cinct cast at last proceeding election ac Â¬ The purest and freshest confection day meeting his friends and new IOrjLTftY do FOU SALB It is now ordered hold in said precinct ly acting directly upon tho blood and quaintances ariea are at the Oity Bakery by the court that the request of said peti- Â¬ If Run Down Plnved Out mucous surfaces of the system Price SALE About 30 Mammoth Iekia duckt FOR tioners be uranted and that an election Messrs Jacob and James Severs and just what yoii need turkoyi few fancy plgloni Brahamai Promotes One of the most needed acquisitions to Sold by all Druggists 76c por bottle Alia 1 regli Leghorni etc All Ihoroughbied hold on said 20th day of August 1899 be ncaitny Appetite btrengtiiene son James of Union Star spent Sunday Okyerport la a new pottofHce UrtU Jtrnay cow bred to noted regiuered bull free Webster precinct to take tho in said You will feci better after seennd visiting their brother Hon Testimonials Extra fine ilock 11 V HAUKIb Cloverport sense of the 1 gal voters of said precinct Mb Olivia Fallon is visiting Miss In the city dose Halla Family Pills are the beet eiev D II Severs who are qualified to vote at an election Laara Martin at Haweavllle I FAUM FOU EENT tor county cflloers upon the pronosltion In ono of tho best and moat DUKES Mrs Henry Harrell and daughter M H Enright of the Falcon coal or not spirituous vinous or Better than Quinine because It KENT A good Hltr Bottom Farm of whether fertile farming aoctionB of thfa Alice of Georgetown Texas were here 1 quors shall be sold bartered or FOR atrei well improved all under oulUvatlon malt regulates LIverund bowels invig- - infib aalaee was in town last week near Skillman Station and in good c niHtlon A loaned in said precinct and also whether last week visiting her aunt Mrs Charles county Tobacco cutting has commenced uruiuttiue wnoiosysieni d wife of Skillman nlendld firm to mane money oh Ior further in Fraak Bartlen jlthu or not the provisions of ttiia law and B Skillman formation write or call and ee met CI IAS O fever Charley Beaven bos malarial It will do the work no aft deftra tiJJOt prohibition shall apply to Druggists in wwt t WJltew Dale Saturday 100 Acres In Orchard liaweiville Ky STEUItKTT W Mullen of Mr and Mrs George And it is further ordered BIWU U UUMlUg CAIQ Ur UtUUfeHMB said precinct 1 Inlo Forest Dunn Is sick with tho fevers Mlw Ruth Gray of Louisville is vis Â¬ Owensboro arrived in the city Monday that the Sheriff of Breokenrldge ounly 150 Acres in Clover FOR 8ALH DKP0 STOCK CERTAIN CURE iting Mr aad Mm Harry Hill We are having fine weather for drying open a poll at said voting precinct on They are the guests of Mr and Mrs SALE A good tok of drun Apply to ItO7It T Cox Ekron Kv ThU la a great bar the said 2 Uth dav of AugUBt 1809 for the MIm BBfle Lgas of Trov lnd la fruit For Chills and Malaria fevers guarant yilQPT1 ft ties in muauun Wm Mullen gain purpose of taking the sense of the legal tt guMt of Km S P Ooavad Miss Ethal Sapp Is confined to her bed AT DRUGGISTS voters ol said precinct who are qualified Roat in wheat com tobaoco LEGAL ULANK8 with rheumatism MJmm Aaato and Leo MeGavock are to vote at au flection for county officers Dont accept any BubetitutA SALK Ulank Deede and Mortgage and upon the proposition whether or noi VMMUig Mwta I Hardhubarg Mv roasona for wanting to 5 The air of Dukes is too pure and T7UK Forma of Legal UUnki HUKCKHN V All ouc anu 3iuu spirituous jtlHous or malt liquors shall patriotic for a bolter to breathe long at a ItlDOB NKWS OFFICE and daughter Ml MUh rent la on account of failure of be sold bartered or loaned in said pre time SO TDlIIOtf to Irrtefttatt ThaMday cinct and also whether or not the pro A cood show for tho health 8ALB Certificate in llryant buatton visions ol tuts law anu prommuon suan ROBINSON PETTET Rev Mlsa Hazel Harbin of Louisville Ommi Ynytor aaado hJa Then add a Jiualneea College LeaUvMe Kv Apply to apply to Druggists in aald preolnot and this wiwwr taeerporeted right man For further par- KCKENBIDQlirNEWS OKrlCE did not arrive to conduct the contem Â¬ ordered to give notice of said Sheriff is ftUk plated meetings LOUISVILLE KY and bold the same as re Â¬ said election WW ffitWV JhiiMHii h At Uoulara write me BDflHWOOfl BEHKSMRB8 quired by law and the officers of the 8 B Burnett and wife attended their n appointed by the Kleetlpn Com Mi m tint tim a all III illinium WML jjKaPil C BREED the kind that wl aathe record of my election nphew Sam Rowland birthday dinner AW Ha ma mm MM ilreokenrldge eouaty to 14 aad Swfc S 11 hrd l IudUiup jilionly animal a of tbWyear missioners of November deeMon fftog attaiMtW how Itit A ff Ratouiriay in Daviess scanty 1 thawed v owo aiMMtAutdar to Hurdla serve at the iiuit breediajr and captured a good Mrcestage ol the I n Mtwiuhncrovf ffhftftivMf of said l Ir Xtwtoi agMHl daaaaad for liaauato dWraQE prlMi The prlai wiaalag boar llMd- - Btial Mt m nffioers notify election and Bom to the wife of Obao Wiadallram mX wu- - iSrlui TMaua wn th and thin V let the mother take the umi a buiii t TabaaaowaroM aw Ught Jr 41o aad old Artftil Oekf loth in tht Hunrlff shall work a Um fata KliaabeHh jcirl on A aguat 1 a tine Holt Ky Uy brood cause is continued rvfco rm m taetr xvi fci l f it it are of Uat Amiftk aa ana athima ni raaie Riving the fttrar mora than h can do o out Mtivl bottf Mjl4akal 01 k PfajPh Conn and aoo UM lAIUWKl1 NOJtTUN m Ij III ii ev OWiNCl NHlhMIMHiletk iiiinimMriii J fW1MayVMM 10 Th aolgbboialant a balptug hand 1 juiawil Kv Hnliiii urHkturdii kA V Mr and Mrs Hardin Kindor spent Sunday at Dukes the guests of her par- Â¬ Mrs Dora Bowlds returned home last Miss Minnie Murray and brother wookfrom visiting relatives in Homo Allen aftor two or threo days stay Indiana with Miss Allione Murray have returned 8 N Hall went to the Tar Springs to Hardinsburg Monday for the recuperation of his A f ice open discussion of any question health before tho people is right and proper Dr T D Ilenfrow and Mr James Go out and hear Goebel and Blackburn Lewis of this city went to Hardinsburg Saturday Sept 0 Monday Mrs J A Heston and chlldron have gone to Big Spring to Bpend a week with 0 S Board of Garfield and Forest Haynee of Harned are at the Tar her father and mothor while Mr Heston is in Cincinnati S prtngs MIbs Laura Saterfield after spending It is estimated that two persons pass away from this world during every two several months in Pineville roturnod homo Thursday on account of the illuess seconds of her mother Do vou hear tho hum of tho telephone Little Misses Reo and Mattie Willis wires 0 isnt it nice to talk to your of this city are in Louisville spending neighbor several days with their friend Master Two hundred picnic people wero Dwlght Randall poisoned at Rockford Ills from drink Â¬ Mrs E A Kiesam and son James Ed ing lemonade ward loft this week for Union Star Cloverport to Louisville and roturn for where they will visit her parents Mr 100 Sunday Aug 27th Tickets Bold and Mrs E J Bandy for all trains Mrs Robert Nicholas and little John R N Millar and Gus Brown of Har- Â¬ nie and Pauline left Monday for Sul dinsburg wero in town Saturday on phur Springs They will bo the guests of legal business Mr and Mrs John Renfrow J A Dean and children Randolph Mr J T Taylor of Euroka Ind and and Edith of Owensboro were in town Mr Bayard Taylor of Chrisney Ind 8unday evoning aro visiting their brother Mr Webster John McElwain a prominent stock Â¬ Taylor of Toblneport Ind man of Bowling Green is dead He Mrs D M Duncan and sou David was 02 years old Henry after a pleasant visit to her Mr and Mrs Fanner and children of mother Mrs H V Duncan returned Henderson are the gucstaof Mr and Sunday evening to Brandenburg Mrs Llssie Hill Mrs F M Board and daughter Miss Mrs Alfred Oelze and daughter Miss Nannie of Garfield Mrs A L Read Ethel have returned to the city from and daughter of Louisville are spend the Tar Spring ing this week at tho Tar Springs Cult and Hewitt Payne of Lodiburg Walter May and Misses Eva aud Eliza epent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Owen May went to Owensboro last weok to Keys of this city visit their cousin Mrs E H Breiden Miss Rosa Sapp Hawsville who has bach They will be gono two weeks been in the city the last week returned Miss Alice Dixon one of Hendersons home Sunday night brightest and most fascinating young R T Polk and daughter Mies Maud ladies is in the city She is visiting the and Shelby Conrad went to Cannelton family of Mr and Mrs Charles Skillman Sunday for the day Mr Joseph Porter Mrs Sam Porter Eld A F Beare will hold services and Mrs Geo Mullen were called to Sunday at the Christian Church in this Waitman Saturday to attend the funeral city All aro invited of the Infant child of Mr and Mrs Will- Â¬ Ben Williamson of Henderson was iams the guest of Mr and Mrs S R Berry Mrs J M Fitch of Webster was in and family Sunday the city Friday and Saturday the guest Miss Elizabeth Hall and Cady Prout of her husband Mr J M Fitch who is of Webster were in the city Sunday an employee of the shops She returned the guests of Relatives Monday Mrs E H Zirckel and children of Mr and Mrs C E Lighatfoot Clover Â¬ Louisville are in the city visiting Mr port and J D Hambleton and family and Mrs Alvin Simons Henderson are visitors of E Hambleton Miss May Ball of Jolly who has been this week Sorgho items of the Owens- Â¬ Visiting her cousin Mrs James Mat boro Inquirer tingly has returned home Miss Clara Shaw a bright young Cloverport to Louisville and return for lady from the Blue Grass section 1 00 Sunday Aug 27th Tickets good is in the city visiting her old school- Â¬ mates Mises Maggie Bowmer and Eliza- Â¬ on all trains of that date Miss Mallieaa Archer of Ekron has ar- Â¬ beth Skillman Misses Mary and Rose Ryan went out rived in tho city aud is the guest of her in the MeGavock neighborhood Satur- Â¬ cousin Miss Lydia Graham Milt Matheny while working at the day on Bikes They can tell you rock crusher severely maehod his hand something about the country roads out 1 BLBCTION NOTICB Kontucky Breokenridge County Court Regular term July 24th 1801 T J Jolly and others on potition Hartmana books mako this plain Wrlto to tho Medicine Co Columbus O for them Thoy toll all about catarrh and how cures it whorovor located I had chronlcdiarrhcca for fifteen years writes Mr T B Miller Grand Pralrio Tex I tried rvj w iv many modiclncs and doctors in vain At last was recom- Â¬ mended and it rollovcd and curod me ntonco Mr John Horting 033 Main St Cincinnati O My wife and writes V took your jp v v w myselffor clironlo diar Â¬ rhoea and it cured us No doctor or medicine wo tried before helped us Mr Edward Wormack Lcdbottor Tex writes for bowel troubles is unequalled by anything in my ex fitl Mm perience I owo my y lifo to and shall always recommend it to those suffer Â¬ ing as I was Mr John Edgar ton 1020 Third Ave Altoona Pa snyB I suffered from dysontory for thrco years I took and am now welL Po-ru-Po-ru-Po-ru-- ill m tht tummer months tumour catarrh bowel troublo is it calUd Usurp rises many that Dr rhal catar Â¬ mm Po-ru-- Po-ru-- na Po-ru-- I Â¬ Msm Jr1 ii Po-ru-- na Thursday and worked Charley Beavens tobacco for him He is cod fined to his bed with fevers We get an occasional glimpse of the candidates They are out on the high ways and in tho bramblo whispering good things and glad tidings to all We heartily agree with the Branden- Â¬ burg correspondent as to tho treatment and care of dumb animals To mistreat dumb animals is to damn ones soul if forgiveness is not obtained Rev S B Sneeds services as pastor of the M E church expires next Sunday The wishes of the people are that he may be allotted to preach to the people at this place again the ensuing year Our Sunday School is progressing very well yet there 1b ample room for a more wide spread influence on the part of christian parents presence at Sunday School would bo a greater encourage ment to the little ones The presence of papa and mamma in tho class would help to impress children more forcibly the necessity of a kind and loving Sav- Â¬ iour Parents go to Sunday School It appearing to the satisfaction of this court that tho peiltion of T J Jolly and others heretofore lodged with tho Judge of the Breckonridge County Court and filed in this court on the 20th day of June 1801 requesting that an election be held in tho Bowleyvlllo voting pro oinct which precinct Is in tho Fourth Magisterial District of Brockonrldgo county Ky on the 20th day of August 1800 to tnko the sense of the legal voters of said precinct who are qualified to vote at an election for the county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous and malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in Bald voting pre cinct and also whether or not the provisions of this law and prohibition suail apply to Druggists in said precinct was signed by moro than Twenty Five 25 pur cent of the legal voters of said pre cl net cast at the last preceding lection held in said precinct It Is now ordered by the court that tho request of said pe- Â¬ titioners be granted and that an election on Held on said 2Gtn day ol August 180J in said Bewleyvillu precinct to take the sense of tho legal voters of said pre- Â¬ cinct who aro qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon tho proposition whether or not Bpirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bar Â¬ tered or loaned in said precinct aud also whether or not the provisions of this law and prohibition shall apply to Drug Â¬ gists in said precinct And It is further ordered that the Sheriff of Breckenridge county open a poll at said voting pre- Â¬ cinct on tho said 26th day of August 18 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said precinct who are qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon tho proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said precinct and also whether or not tho provisions of this law and prohibition snail apply to Druggists in said precinct And said Sheriff is or dered to give notice of said election and hold the same as required by law and tho officers of election appointed by Election Commissioners of Breckenridgo county to serye at tho November elec- Â¬ tion 189S shall act as officers of said election and tho Sheriff shall so notify them and this cause is continued A copy attest Â¬ GREETING f We are making some un usual offerings in all depart- ments An invitation is ex t tended you to make our J place of business your head quarters August 24th and 25th OWBN CUNNIKOHAM Clflfk ELECTION NOTICE Kentucky Breckenridge County Court Regular Term July 24th 180J J T Lewis and others on petition SULZERS HAVE YOU GARRETT in that direction It appearing to the satisfaction of this court that the petition of JT Lewis and others heretofore lodged with the Judge of the Breckenridge County Court and Hied in this court on the 2ith day of June 1899 requesting that an election be held in the Irvington voting precinct which precinct is in the Fourth Magisterial District of Breckenridge county Ky on the 20th day oi August 1899 to take the seiisu of the leual voters of said precinct who aro qualified to vote at an election for tho county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shaH be sold bar- Â¬ tered or loaned in said voting precinct and also whether or not the provisions of this law and prohibition shall apply to Druggists in Eaiil precinct was signed by more than Twenty Five 25 par cent of the legal voters ot said precinct cast at tho last preceding election held in said precinct It is now ordered by the court that the request of said petitioners be granted anu that an election bo held on said 26th day of August 1899 in Bald Irvington precinct to tako the sense of the leual voters ot said precinct who are qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition wuetner or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said precinct and also whether or not the provisions of this law and prohibition shall apply to Drupgists in said precinct And it is turther ordered that the Sheriff of Breckenridge county open a poll at said voting precinct on the said 2Gth day of August 1899 for the purpose ot taking the sense of tho lrgal voters of said precinct who are qualified to yote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous yinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said precinct and also whether or not the provisions of this law and prohibition shall apply to Drug Â¬ gists in said precinct and said Sheriff is ordered to give notice of said election and hold the same as required by law and the officers of election appointed by Election Commissioners of Breckenridge county to aorvo at the November elec- Â¬ tion 1893 shall act as officers ot said election and the Sheriff shall so notify them and this cause is continued A copy attest Owen Cunningham Clerk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BEEN THINKING 1 TO 6 Ft dont that Y hi BkLJJJ W K BROWN Irvington Ky WWVWlSSy stswr WANTS rsws 1 Â¬ reVit MR am i 600AGREFARM HUGHES TONI ST TRY IT t ii 1 i r Aftny Wt rpbm is Baby I Inn Kb i v il It life Â¬ li J GROSS 1 tii I mi U i ii 11 i ijh Kl V 11 Parsnip Complexion wviWtil Wttm vl W1VM Tnmltw fc M f wMKNPjjfl In the habit of feed CMEfraNtXagXfrgMfrCTgl eaper sta has been a limited quantity of ing its farm horses Â¬ AGRICULTURAL INFORMATION ways something to be done yet there are hundrods who have but few animals because they object to the work that necessarily follows tho keeping of stock but such farmers loso just so much time in the whole year and also deprive them Â¬ selves of that portion of tho pronto which are mado by using the home grown pro- Â¬ ducts that are not salable in any form unless consumed by stock Thoy over- Â¬ look the fact that every pound of mater Â¬ ial grown on tho farm that can be used for the production of some higher priced product increases the profits by cheap Â¬ ening the cost as well as the saving in labor in hauling and shipping bulky products to market One operation on the farm leads to another in regular ro Â¬ tation and just the same as spring seed Â¬ ing leads to harvest so doeB the storing of tho products at a season of tho year when the farmer is not called to tho fields to give his entire attention to work The care of away from the barnyard the manure heap after the fall is gone is alone worth the timo and labor of tho farmer while the machinery and imple- Â¬ Farm work ments may be overhauled has no ending and the labor that can be bestowed aftor harvest will return a sat- Â¬ isfactory proQt Philadelphia Record R6SSWfrC A DOUBLE PURPOSE COW B BAKER OHIO There Beoma to bo much controversy as to the value of double purpose cows home think that a cow cannot be a good beet animal and at the same time a heavy producer ol milk In my opinion many of tho Shorthorns Red Foils and Devona will produce a large quantity of good milk and at the uamo timo raise a steer calf which will lay on flesh rapidly and bo profitable as a beef producer I have handled this class of cattle for many years mostly Shorthorns and have also known many lied Polled and Devon breeders who had animals which pro- Â¬ duced large quantities of butter and at the same time raised good beef steers I do not believe in the thln ileshod and plain cattle which have recently been called by the namo of milking Shorthorns Borthorns havo always been noted for their mil king qualities True many herds have been fed for beef for so many years that the milking quali ties have disappeared somewliat This however has boen done for show pur- Â¬ poses A better steer cannot be raised from such pampered stock thnn from a cow of equally good blood and desirable milking qualities We have two herds of Red Poll cattle in Ohio those oi Mr Hill and James McLain Smith which are noted for the amount of milk they produce and also for their beef charac- Â¬ teristics Many years aso I had a herd of Short horns which carried off the prize for milk and butter in ten days tests There are in my barn today three pure bred Bteers 24 to SO months old The last is from a cow traced to Imported Bios and will weigh 1425 to 1450 Bom pounds The others are also of good weight These steers are from cows which are deep milkers one of them giving milk 11 months after having given birth to her calf She is always in good flesh and she and her three sisters are my dairy cows from which I make butter and sell to city customers I get for this butter the highest retail price By carefully selecting breeding stock from cows possessing good milking qual- Â¬ ities it is easy to produce good stock for dairy and for feeding later From the breeds I have named by carefully se- Â¬ lecting I have arrived at the blocky type of cows which answer my purpose well ensilage but it has never matte a prac tice of giving them all that thoy would eat In order to see what would result by feeding a full supply eight animals six mules and two horses wero fed all tho onsilage they would eat for six weeks Thoy were given a small amount some weeks previous to the test The animals wero in good health from first to last and examined from timo to timo by a voterlnnry eurgeon A weekly weighing showed at tho end of tiio experiment that there was no fal Â¬ ling off in flesh although tho animals woro at work the entiro time with tho exception of stormy days Thoy all made gains in weight but thoso fed on Â¬ silage corn and hay and those fed corn and hay only gained about equally As a whole it appears from this test that silage is a good roughage for horses when in used connection with hay stover or grain Tho animals must becomo accus- Â¬ tomed to it by dogreesbeing as important as a change from hay to cornor from hay to grass Tho station is inclined to be- Â¬ lieve that tho troublo from feeding ensi- Â¬ lage to horses is usually duo to giving it too freely at first and the failure to real Â¬ ize that all good silage contains a large amount of corn American Agricultur- Â¬ ist Â¬ It does not require an expert to deteot tho sufferer from kidney troublo Tho hollow ohooks tho sunken eyes tho dark puffy circles undor tho eyes tho sallow parsnip colored compaction indi Â¬ r Camp ffi A TRIP TO MANILLA It is warm but not bo hot The heat did not bother me so muoh there as it did here when wo first arrived The natives are noarly tho Bame as our negroes but you cant understand hardly anything they say Hero are some few Rico worda I loarned while I was thoro You say good morning Bir in their language itia buenoe dins caballero How do Good bye a como esta v you do boy el mucha dlos man hombre cho women la mujer water agna mlljc orange la leche corn male Thero are some more but la naronja I will not try to tell them this timo as I dont want to worry you too much Whon tho nows camo that tho 10th was coming homo to recruit up and go to Manila there woro somo who had cold foot as wo called It and transferred to tho 11th and remained there whilo othors wore anxious to go and wero glad whon the day to start camo The U S A transport steamer Meado lay in Ponco harbor waiting for us and when all woro on board shouts of joy wont up and farowell to Porto Rico was hoard About 1 oclock in the night we Btarted and little was thought of any of us ever seeing Porto Rico again But alas just as tho ship was getting in good head Â¬ way she struck a rock and knocked sev- Â¬ eral holes in the hull and in poured tho water the pumps wero sot to work but could not ketp tbo water out It was not long until there was eight foot of wator in tho hull so back in the harbor she went and all of the freight had to Then a diver was sent be unloaded for Ho came and worked two or three days and then to load the freight wan next then on Friday evening thelOth out of the harbor and two houjp run was made and again the ship sifting a leak and back to Ponco we went eCkun- load The diver worked for seyeral days and the boat was run aground then she stuck so tight it took two moro boats to pull her off On the first day of Juno we made our last start and all were glad when they saw we would come all right We got in New York harbor on the ovening of the 5th and laid at anchor that night and next morning landed at the Jersey City docks and unloaded tho government property On the morning of the 7th the regiment went ashore anu marched to the trains There wero two trains loaded with ue twelve cars to tho train and arrived at Camp Meado that ovening and just got in our tents when it began to rain and oh how hard it rained and how the tents did leak The camp is in a pretty place near tho Pennsylvania railroad and on the hill back from Harrisburg It is about sixty miles from Gettysburg where that hard battle was fought We will start from here some timo the first of July for San Francisco then from there to Manila The boy that transferred to the 11th in Â¬ fantry might as well remained in the 10th for the 11th is ordered to follow us to Manila I will not trouble you with any more this time If I am successful and see this in print and nothing happens to me I will try another when I arrive at Manila So boys take my advice and dont go to the army against your will Your friend Good bye Company G 19th U S CORN CROP Gives The Advance In Hogs Hogs are good property Ttie packers want them The Eastern buyers are Everybody who also hungry for them buys hog on tho market seems possessed of a strong desire to load up long on hogs The country is manifesting a commendable disposition to satisfy this growing demand and one day last week dropped on the market a little run of 50000 But that did not trouble buyers They cleaned them up as readily as they handle half that number Prices i ell id the strong demand From St 85 in Jan- Â¬ uary they climbed to 4 05 in February held around 395 to 4 in March touched 405 in May and on Monday o this week moved up to 4 70 for best light weights They are talking 5 hogs now and the packers do not seem to think that they will be able to buy them much cheaper for awhile The strong demand for fresh pork is credited with a good share of this advance Provisions are not on a basis that would warrant such figures although prices are moving up and hams and bacon are not costing the consumer more than a few weeks ago Considering the rapidly advancing prices for the products of the hog lot and the fact that swine disease is singularly light this year the hog raiser is enjoying his full share of the good things now going Breeders Journal This Country Its Agricultural Advantages cates It A physiolan would ask If you had rhoumatism a dull pain or acho in tho back or over tho hips stomachs troublo deslro to urinate often or a burning or a scalding in passing it if after passing there is an unsatisfied feeling as if at once it must be ropeatod or if the urine has a brick dust doposito or a strong odor Whon these symptoms aro present no timo should be lost in removing tho cause Delay may lead to gravel catarrh of tho bladdor inflamatlon causing stop page and sometimes requiring the draw- Â¬ ing of tho urine with instruments or may run into Brights Disease the most dangerous stage of kidnoy troublo Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great discovory of tho eminont kidney and bladdor specialist Is a positive remedy for such diseases Its reputation is world wido and is so easy to got at any drug store that no ono need suffer any length of time for want of it However if you prefer to first test its wondorful merits mention Breckhn niDOE News and writo to Dr Kilmor Go Blnghamton N Y for a sample bottle and book telling all about it both sent absolutely free bv mail Â¬ Continuous Farming There is no period on a well regulated farm during which idleness should ex- Â¬ ist Stock raising combines many occu- Â¬ pations The dairyman who has a large herd must rise early and work until darkness returns The many little de Â¬ tails will keep him busv and there is al Tho corn crop of this country is usual Â¬ ly about four times that of wheat and three times that of oats While much importance is attached to our wheat crop yet it is far behind corn in value No crop is more usoful than corn for from it the larger portion of tho meat and other products from animals is ob Â¬ tained while its fodder nearly equals the value of grain It is really tho corn crop that gives this country its advantag- Â¬ Al- Â¬ es in agriculture instead of wheat though wheat is a prominent article of export yet it does not enter very largely into the production meat milk cheese and butter hence the exports of corn in the forms of products on the farm from its use largely exceed wheat while the consumption of corn on the farms is enormous The corn plant is also be Â¬ coming a source from which paper is manufactured while the government utilizes it from which to derive articles for use in tho navy The amount of corn used in the manufacture of glucose is large and corn oil is a valuable product One of the advantages of the corn crop is that it can be grown on nearly all soils and its cultivation assists in clearing the land of weeds Theayerage per acre of corn is much lower than it should be but improyed methods are raising the average every year Home Ensilage Desirable Horde Feed The matter of hay substitutes in the and Farm south is a serious problem and has led to To Care Constipation Forever concerning considerable investigation Takn Cascarots Candv Cathartic lOo or 25c C C C ail to cure druggists refund mouor the value of ensilage fcr horses The Va Â¬ Farm Journal for the balance of 1809 and all of 1000 1801 1002 and 1003 near- Â¬ ly five years to every subscriber who will pay ono year in advance for the BiiECKENniDQE News No better farm paper than the Farm Journal This off-Â¬ er is only made to a limited number the first who come forward LICK RUN KY Success to the News We have had good rains Mies Myllca Stiff is visiting friend b near Stony Point J D Stiff and family of Henderson are expected home soon Wood cutting and breaking wheat ground is the order of tho day The big meeting is progressing nicely at Roberts Bottom O D Royal is in charge O O Walls is the proud possessor of a nice little farm on the Union Star and Lick Run road The prices being so awful low and the weather so warm the stave making and hauling has quit I think there aro too many middle men in it anyway Jeff Bellow says children can go to school in August and September a great deal better than in mid winter Every- Â¬ body should take more interest in the school elections so come out next time and let us try and elect better trustees We are tired of those old pull backs brldgo across tho river and aorosa tho bridge went the engine on the ties Had it not been for a guard rail on tho Inaldo of tho rails tho wholo train would havo wont into tho rlvor Another onglno camo and took the Cuba cars back to tho switch and on another I am well and doing well I like the track then wo Btarted on again going army lifo very well so far but would not through tho largest cities stoppod in advise any one to join against his will Washington 25 minutes which was tho If ho wants to be a eoldior and will longest stop wo made oxcopt whon bad oboy his soldiers tho army is the placo luck was tho cause Wo arrived in New York about 630 for any stout hearty young man Thero Wont to are plenty that aro sorry they joined tho tho evening of tho 10th Next army and say they aro not satisfied Governors Island that night Becauso they do not do their duty and morning wo went to Bedlow Island and the officers have to be strict with them remained there until tho ovoning of tbo and make them do their duty and they 22d then about 36 of us went to Joreoy dont like it because thoy do not have City and got on tho steamer McPherson the liberty that others have and started to Porto Rico Next morn- Â¬ On tho fourteenth of March to tho ing whon wo got out of sight of land sadness and sorrow of my many friends the boys wore all seasick I was sick and relations I started to bo a soldier two days The sea was rough at first for I had longed for tho day whon I but after a fow days tho water was as could wear tho blue quiet and as smooth as the river Wo I did not get to the rocrulting office in novor saw land until the 27th when we Louisville in time to enlist that day so landed at San Juan We stayed there I wont to my aunts and stayed until until next ovening but could not go tho next morning At 0 oclock I was ashore We got to Ponco next morning The ex- Â¬ about 10 oclock then wo were assigned back ready to be examined Two of the boys who amination was successful and at noon I to companies was dressed in bluo and out on the camo from Louisville went to Company streets Later in the afternoon I by 0 one to Company M and threo of us chanco mot with an old friend W M to Company G Ponco is about two miles from tho sea Ditto of Brandenburg It was quite a surprise to him Ho asked me to writo and is a pretty placo with tho barracks when I got to the regiment and let him on the east of the city know how the army life was I told Porto Rico is a very pretty place close him I would do so and that is one to the coast and is level and very good reason I write today soil and has lots of cocoanut and banana I remained in Louisville until the 18th trees Back about four miles are moun Â¬ of tho month It was on Saturday tains of all Borts somo aro covered with morning It was raining and I and five trees and some ore bare I went way more boys dressed in blue and with back and climbed up one for nearly half light hearts marched to the Seventh day then I was not to the top I got street depot to get on tho 805 train lor tired and turned back to the quarters New York We wero to go over the B Thero were plenty of orange coffoo and O railroad The train glided along and many other plants in the mountains fast all day to the great delight of all of The natives have pack mules and small us but night sot in clear and bright and horses to travel and carry things over trouble followed There was a freight the mountains It is so dry there the train wrecked and hold us back two people have trenches running from the hours then over the mountains wo go creeks across the plantations to water and on a curve we strike and kill a man their crops They raise sugarcane most- Â¬ and have to go back and pick him up ly some corn tobacco and potatoes and holds us back half an hour more They have some fine cattle but their Then we get orders to make up all lost milk is nothing like ours They fasten timo possible over the mountains and the yokes on the horns of oxen instead Sleep was almost im- Â¬ of the neck like we do on she plunged possible for any of us While running Their chickens aro small but game at the rate of about 45 miles an hour They have rooster fights which is fun to over the mountains and on a quick watch You never Baw the like of curve where the rock was 40 or 50 feet goats they aro thick Parrots are plen Â¬ high straight up on one side and on the tiful and are Spanish some talk plain other was the river Nearly straight enough while others you cant under- Â¬ down was a large rock on the track stand at all When the engineer saw it as quick as a A person can get nearly anything he flash he shut off the steam reversed the wants for a little of nothing Must be lever but it was too late Against the yery careful about what he does and rock wo went with a crash knocking the gets engine off the track right at the end of a Some people say it is so hot in Porto Meade Pa June 22 Kind frionds I will try to write a letter to let all of you know where and how I am I am stationed at Oamp Meade Pa at tho present timo Tho camp was so namod for Gen George Meado who fell in Andrew Griffbe Pennsylvania I Camp Meade y-- 9mmm9mmm99mmmmm9mmmmmmmmmmmemm9BmeememBmeemmmm9mm9mm9mm9mmmm9m9mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I ON AND AFTER SEPTEMBER I5th 1899 WE WILL CARRY A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF AE ARE DETERMINED to close out our entire line of Dry Goods Notions Groceries Hardware Look at these prices Tinware Queensware and Glassware and offer some bargains Ladies and Gents DRY GOODS All light Calico 3 l 2c yard formerly 4c yard AH dark Calico 4c yard formerly 5c Percales 5c Gc 8c formerly 7 l 2c 9c 10c yard Piques 10c lie 12c formerly 12 Jc 15c 7cyard Table Linens 30c 40c 50c formerly 40 50 05c yd Flannels 20c 25c 30c formerly 30c 40c 50c yard Toweling 5Jc OJc 8c formerly 7c 8c 10c yard Lonsdale and Masonvillo Cotton 7c formerly 74o GROCERIES Quart Can Syrup 8c formerly 10c Extra quality Salmon 12c formerly 20o Good quality Salmon 8o formerly lOo Pine Apple slicod and Grated 15c formerly 20c Grand Pas Soap 4c formerly 5c and Gold Dust 4c formerly 6c Black Pepper grain or ground 15c formerly 20c Green Tea 30o 45c and G5o pound formerly 40o 00c and 80c pound Ann Hammer Soda 4o packago formerly 5o All Groceries reduced in proportion Rub-No-Moro HARDWARE inch Strap Hinges 8c pair formerly 10c 8 inch Strap Hinges lOo pair formerly 16c G Furnishing Goods INCLUDES Door Hinges 8o Screws all sizoB THE FOLLOWING pair formerly 10c 1 LINES l 2c dozen formerly 3c dozen Mens Fancy Shirts Mens Working Shirts Ladies and Gents Shoes Clothing Hats and Caps Ladies and Gents Underwear Corsets Gloves Laces Embroideries and a Complete Line of Watches Clocks and Jewelry Door Locks 20c each formerly 25c Pad Locks 7o formerly 10 cents Wo have a full line of Hardware that must be dis Â¬ posed of A large stock of nails at cost yard All goods in this department at and below cost Glassware and Queensware Tea CupB and Saucers 20c 35c 40c set formerly 25o 40c and 50o Plates 80c and 40o set formerly 40o and 50o Wash Bowls and Pitchers OOo 85o 100 formerly 75c 8100 and 125 Tumblers 10c and 40o formerly 2Uc and 50a GoblQtfl 25o 30o 85o Bet formerly 80o 40a 50a Lump Ohimnoys 4o formerly 5a TINWARE All these lines must be dis- Â¬ posed of We are going out of them and ff you want bargains for the next 30 days oome and get them quart covorod buckota 8o formerly 10c 6 quart covored buckets 10o formerly 16o 8 quart covorod buckets 15c formerly 20o 4 Wash Pans 4o formerly 5o Pie PanSj 3o formerly 6c Pudding Pans 4o and 8o formorly 5o and 10c A large lot of granite waro at reduced prices 4 SHELMAN iraaiiEi brice CO ka mi4a p n r Vfcftr iKriisrc3 aoisr Vi kt 4 f M Ajut Tf - ffr BANK OF Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News HAHDIlTSBURa z- AUGUST 23 1800 umaVsVmmsva DEMOCRATIC TICKET The Man of The Hour A Magnificent Henderson Eoul Lonimll Bsndems St B if f WILL MILLER M II BEAKD f P HEARD President Ortfii J I AMERICAS TRADE WITH CUBA Portrait of Ltiii Vi Vicp Prosldent r wx U sv Wabiuhoton D 0 The State Dep Â¬ artment has received a valuable report from the Uuited Slates Consul at Ohefoo INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS showing the great Btridos made by Amor can trade tlirougnnt China It 1b In lino with the vIuwh expressed by Presl dent Schurman since he returnod from the far East and givos much additional information as to how this American trade must be directed if it hopes to continue to control thu markets of China as against Germany Russia and Japan Summing up from numerous tables bo says It will not bo long at this rate beforo tho United States and Japan will supply the market entirely unless we aro shut out when Germany nnd Russia get th eir Crown Bridge Work porta in ordor He shows that American tradota A SPECIALTY China has increased throughout the list of articles except kerosene Japans trade also showod marvelous strides and OFFIOE AT Japan now sells considerably more than one third of the entire foreign imports ovor 1000000 more gold than tlrti United States Thu consul aalil this should give for thought OLOVERPORT KY iood formidable as Japan is beglning to be a competitor not only of tho United States but of all Europe and S Office In Itcnr of Moorman Owens of Great Brltian Drugstore Mr Fostor brings out the act that the Russian authorities have now practically taken possession of the territory back of 4 Port Arthur The consul also shows the manner in VV T1 JLI I which Russia is developing tho steam- Â¬ ship service and L MOORMAN European andbetween Port Arthurspeaks Asiatic Russia He also of the gradual control which the Germans are obtaining of the whole pro- Â¬ Guarantees satisfaction in all kinds vince back of Ohefoo St Louis Globe J BEARD MORRIS ESKRIDOE R M JOLLY 0W Interesting Report flado by Tlio United States Consulnt Clicfoo J Nominated at Lexington For Qovornor Ky Last Week Time Card in Effect JHno 18 1889 Admiral Dewey in Ten Colors St I oolt Ivaaivllle Henderson Ilailtets Spnttsville Heads KAST HOUND No Lv 8 7 4s No 4- - I 33v DIRECTORS JOHN YOUNG BROWN Ot Jofforson county For Lieutonrtnt Govornor MAJOR PHILIP P JOHNSTON Of Fayotto county For Attornoy Gonoral LAWRENCE P TANNER OfDavioas county For Auditor FRANK A PASTEUR Of Caldwell county T D Rentrow DENTIST and For Troaauror JOHNC DROEGE Of Kenton county For Socrotary of Stato CAT E L IIINES Of Warren county size 14 by 21 inches It is now Werthingterf will bo published by us shortly being printod for us on hoavy plate papor in Stanley Orimfli Matllnelr art lithograph houseB Owenseoro a form suitablo for framing by ono of tho largost Pate JCvory Powers for Roekpert Ind in Amorica in tho famous French style of color plato work tVUlIIRMIl Admiral Lewliport American family will want ono of theso handsomo pictures of Ialeen Dowey It muBt bo romemborod that this picturo will bo in no sonso a Petri I Ilawesville choap chromo but will bo an example of tho very highest stylo of illum for Cannelton Ted City I Sklllman inated printinrr It will bo an ornament to any library or drawing- - Shops port Clover room Our readors can hayo tho Dowey portrait at what it coets ub Holt Addison namely fifteen cents per copy 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CLOVERPORT KY cents send me For tho enclosed remittance of copies of the ADMIRAL DEWEY PORTRAIT in colors as described in todays Name Dato Address 1135 1143 Wet Point 1150am Kentucky Street 12 20pm Louisville Union Dep Ar 123Slm at 646 6 62 66S 790 7 45pm 715 7 sor 3iaraJ WKST HOUND No Louisville Union Dep ivcniucKy 41IN0 4 43 No 45U 1 j J r 9wirAw9Jwwli AWVSVVWWNg Wlllowdale Kock Haven Long Branch Kkron Howard Wol Point street Lv 7 37am 760 SM 829 8 37 8 43 50pm 8 35pm oun 5 37 5 40 5 48 918 9 31 9 44 Ilrandenburg Juiton w coster S49 Iryington Lodiburg 914 9 21 9 9 9 9 9 868 906 653 600 609 618 6 26 6 43 6 61 6 69 951 9 67 10 02 10 08 Dr J VVVAVSAAAAAAAAA Dentist CONCERNING TRUSTS AND TARIFFS Good Values FOR YOU AT THE Sample Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops Skllraan for Cannelton fierce 23 37 43 48 57 10 01 10 04 707 712 720 7 24 1014 1024 1031 1030 1049 1059 1010 20 10 32 10 10 727 739 7 43 ma ot Dental work CLOVERPORT KY Democrat About one month ago my child wliich is fifteen months old had an attack of diarrhoea accompanied by vomiting I gave it such remedies as are usually given in such cases but as nothing gave relief we sent for a physician and it was under his care for a week At this time the child hie been sick for about ten days and was having about twenty five operations of the bowels every twelve hours and wo were convinced that un less it soon obtained relief it would not live Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was rocommended and I decided to try it I Boon noticed a change for tho better by its con- Â¬ tinued use a complete cure was brought about and it is now perfectly healthy C L Boggs Stumptown Gilmer Co W Va For sale by A R Fisher Olo verport R A Shellman Stophensport Ilawesville the ET J Combinations the Product of Prosperity Whether Under Free Trade or Petrie Tell City I 42 Falcon iAiwItpnrt H Hunsche Protection The existence of the tin plate industry in this country was due to tho Protective Tariff but the reorganization of smaller concerns into a large one was duo not to the Tariff but to the competitive rivalry and needed economy in the business There is no other industry in the country to which Havemoyers state- Â¬ ment is even approximately applicable Take the great Carne- Â¬ gie concern which is as much a tniBt as is tho Standard Oil Company or the American Sugar Refining Company or any oth- Â¬ er large corporation called trust in the country It is one of tho largest iron and stool works in the world It probably could not have come into existence if there had been no Protec- Â¬ tive Tariff for iron and steel yet does Mr Havomeyor or any Â¬ body else in his senses pretend to say that the Carnegie Com- Â¬ pany Is a monster trust created by the Tariff The Tariff gave the first stimulating opportunity to tho iron and titcel business but Carnegie proved to be a superior iudustrial organizer Un- Â¬ der his leadership and management the Carnegie corporation be- Â¬ came a financial success It acquired the leadership in its line in this country and may ultimately in the whole world It is now furnishing steel rails to foreign countries at a lower rate than the manufacturers of any other country This concern is reported to have just received an order for 180000 tons of rails from the Russian Government an order that will keep its plant running for nearly two years The steam and surface railroad corporations and syndicates large telegraph companies colossal corporate concerns in every line of industry are tho result of one general cause namely tho extraordinary industrial development of tho country Wherever industrial progress is rapid and permanent large enterprises arise and conversely where industrial development is slow and meager smsll individual concerns with restricted capital primi- Â¬ tive methods high prices and low wages prevail Hence large concerns are more numerous in the United States than anywhere else and as industry develops they are making their appear Â¬ ance in England France Germany and othor countries Tho simplo rnd well nigh obvious fact is that largo corporations fol- Â¬ low business prosperity and progress whether under Protection or Free Trade Whatever contributes to industrial development helps to build up large corporations and whatever will destroy business prosperity will stop tho growth of so called trusts To say that tho Tariff is the mother of trusts is to say that the Tar- Â¬ iff is the mother of business prosperity which is not wholly without truth Witnoss the great surface railroad corporations in Now York and other largo oitieB throughout tho country Thoy come the nearest to being monopolies of anything in the land they have givorr and are giving cheaper and better service than was ovor before rendered to tho public and are making immense profits all of which is mado possible by the general prosperity of tho community without which thoy would not have como into exist- Â¬ ence here any more than they have in China Only to the ex Â¬ tent that Protection has promoted that prosperity has it helped to bring those groat corporations into oxistanco Tho greatest trust in tho country the Standard Oil Company does not de Â¬ pend upon Tariffs at all This concern has developod to one of the largest industries in the world has vastly improved tho qual Â¬ ity of its product lowered the price to tho comunity and mado a large fortune for a great many people without Government aid For efficiency permanenoy of business and employment scien Â¬ tific experimentation and benefit to the pdblio it has scarcely any equal in the world and all that has been accomplished not by Tariffs but by the use of largo capital and superior organization It is high time that at least the decent part of the American press awoke to the importance of infusing integrity and fairness into the discussion of publio questions The political and social integrity of the nation ia far more important than any party suc Â¬ cess No amount of political advantages can compensate for de Â¬ bauching publio opinion misleading and corifusing tho people on great industrial questions Tariffs and trusts should bo digcuesod on their merits separ Â¬ ately If large corporations are a mehaco to publio welfare let that fact be established by the data connected with corporate in dustry and if Tariffs are a bad thing let that be shown by the facUi arising out of Tariff legislation But to confound tho two when they have no necessary connection is demagogy not dis Â¬ cussion To raise the alarm that large corporations aro monopo lies which oppress and rob the people and in the same breath tUrsU tjpt Protaetfve Tariff are the cause of trusts is at onee to Jaijfll wHU putyftte a destroy jugplar codndwws both in I Eclipse Grocery Company pounds Sugar Lion Coffee Prunes 17 2 Cans 1 Waitman 1111 Powers iforJRoclcport Ind 1119 Owensboro Matllngly Griffith 10 49 10 54 11 IU M3U 764 804 812 818 827 833 8 42 uds 11 io 1126 1139 11 Pates 1140 1151 TAILOR Will bp in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Casper May Co OANNELTON IND Polks Corn Fresh Salmon Mustard Sardines Caromel Drip Syrup Quart Jar Jelly Bottle Pickles Green Coffee Country Bacon 3 Bars Toilet Soap 100 Dozen Glass Tumblers per sot Wo have many other things in the grocery lino you need and see us first 00 10c 05c 15c 10c 08c 10c 05c Stanley Wortmneton Heads Spottsvllle Baskets Henderson Evaniville St Louis 1215am 9 32 1220 1214 939 9 47 1232 1222 1229 954 1239 1010 1265 1245 10 40pm 125 115 Ar 716pm 720am 12U7pm 1156 1160im 921 9 25 905 916 853 58pm lc lc Nos 45 and 46 have Pullman Huflet Sleeping Cars and elegant high back seat Passenger Coaches through between Iouisille Kvansvllle and St Louis without chance Nos 41 and 44 have elegant high back seat Pass Â¬ enger Coaches and Parlor Car service through be tween Louisville EvaniyQle and St Louis without OS change 7c Call Nos 41 and 43 have Parlor Cars and elegant Coaches between Louisville and Kvansvllle with out change 10c 10c L H EDGAR HILL Traffic Manager Louisvilie Ky DO YOU WANT St L TIME TABLE No 10 h Fordsvlile Brancb Your Expenses Paid While You Are Sick Do vou want to draw a sum sufficient to coyer all costs when you meet with an accident If you are prudent and wise you cer Â¬ tainly do Now dont waste a moment but inquire about the line of Sickness and Accident Insnranco handled by Marion Weatherholt Write or call on him at the roetofflco OLOVERPORT KY Notice All persons having claim aealnst the citato q Will Board decerned are hereby notified to pro dace the fame to me at Rosetta properly proven on or before the nt of September 1899 ALFTAY LOU Administrator NotlOD All persons holding claims against the estate of Â¬ John lib ton deceased are hereby notified to preÂ¬ sent same properly proven lor settlement on or beAug jo Those kno vln themselves Indebted fore to said estate are requested to come forward and tetUe at once LEO HINTON Admr Everything thats good in LIFE ACCIDENT EIRE INSURANCE Furnished by GEORGE H CASPERKE Jewelry and Insurance The Danger of the Competitive Exam nation Our modern system of education gen- Â¬ erally is greatly open to the objection that it tends to cultivate the purely receptive faculty too much and the reas Â¬ oning imaginative inventive and cre Â¬ ative faculties too little Take the case of our public examinations for the army navy and ciyil services Thousands of young men compete for these every year and the educational lines of our schools are largely directed to meet them It is very well known that these examina tions are generally framed so as to put a strong premium on a certain clever re Â¬ ceptivity of brain rather than on real force of intellect and character Young men with the mind of a Socrates or a Plato a Shakespeare or a Yictor Hugo a Napoleon Bonaparte or a Wellington a Blsmark or a William Pitt a Darwin or a Pasutor would haye small chance of passing in competition as aguinst a Ben gali Babu He with his facial pliant and rcceptfye intellect will read up the regulation bookwork more rapidly in more subjects ahd make a higher aver Â¬ age of marks than any of them although each ot them may have far more real knowledge of certain of the subjects suit ed to his own special geupB This sort of examination test persisted in for gen Â¬ erations must tend to encourage thu de Â¬ velopment of clever ready and- shallow wits at the expanse of real original talent and self restraint brains It will produce a feminine as well as a masculine kind of intellect Nineteenth Oentuty ReviewL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - IN EFFOT SUNDAY JUNE18 1809 West Bound Trains Hut Bound Tr No2lWeiti GCMPgi GROCERY - CO No 31 No6t rM 6 45 7 08 7 19 STATIONS Irvington Garfield Warned Junction Junction AM 10 80 Lv HARDINSBURG- KY IIIIMIMMIMMUMIIIIIIMMIIIIMIHv 11 13 11 24 1128 11 11 33 40 09 14 723 728 7 35 7 45 7 62 8 09 llardlniburs Gluideane Dempster Ar 900 835 824 820 754 AH 1150 1157 12 12 12 12 12 30 50 55 1 00 804 860 SfA Kirk Jolly 8 15 8 10 8 01 7 42 7 30 7 15 6 67 6 53 IV 48 6 44 6 36 6 30 AM 825 Dempster Palls or Hough Knrkvale Ruth Askins Oaks boss its on ling ent t n st 8 45 9 00 v4 yOec I BIGGLE BOOKS A Farm Library of unequalled value Practical Concise and Comprehensive Hand- Â¬ iImss 1 13 1 20 i in Ml Boo 908 IM 9 15 Ar Kordu ille Lv somely Printed and Beautifully Illustrated By JACOB BIOOLE BIOOLE HORSE BOOK All about Horses a Common Sense Treatise with over 74 illustrations a standard work Price 50 Cents No 2 BiaOLE BERRY BOOK No 1 Dally Ins 41 At 41 and 44 connect ot Irvlnetc Trains Nos i and c for points on Fordsville branch Trains a 3 4 and 5 run dailv Trains Nos a ind 4 connect at Irvington with Main Line trains 41 4s 43 t and 44 Safety Comport All about Krowine Small Fruits read and learn how contains 43 colored life like reproductions of allleadinff varieties and too other illustrations Trice 50 Cents No 3 BiaOLE POULTRY BOOK All about Poultry the best Poultry Book In existence tells every thine wlthzj 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yean old It lathe great boiled down Farm and Household paper in the world the biggest paper of Its slse In the United State 01 America naviug over a million ana a nau regular reaaers TELL CITY H U UALLARD Matter W B NKWBEIL Purser DIQQBST LOCOriOTIVE YET P D STAGGS P i LYONS TRADE MARK VN The Brooks Works at Dunkirk Soon To Finish a Great Engine 4 The Brooks Works of Dunkirk will turn out within a faw days a locomotive for the Illinois Central Railroad larger than any other locomotive in the world It will bo eight tons heavier than tho locomotives built by the Brooks works a year ago for the Great Northern Rail Â¬ road and whloh are the largest locomo- Â¬ tives in the world This giant locomo Â¬ tive will be a twelve wheel freight with cylinder of twenty-three-inc- h diameter and thirty inch stroke It will have eight drivers of nity eeyen Inches dl mater The boiler will have 484 two Inch flues fourteen feet and eight and three sights Inches long The total weight of the engine is 218000 pounds and with tender 330000 pounds It wilt have traetive force or draw bar poll of 53000 pounds or twenty six per eent more than either of the monster locoÂ¬ motives built for the Great Northern New York San Any ONE Of the BIGGLE BOOKS and the FARM JOURNAL Address Dunkirk N Y Aug 8 YBARS remaitider of 1899 1900 1901 190a and 1903 will be sent by mall to any auore lur a uuiluk uill Baropleof FARM JOURNAL and circular describing BIQQLB BOOKS free ATKINSON WILMS CHAS P JKNKINI Locomotive FARBX JOURNAL PUILAOBLFUIA Dalit txeept Sunday bctwtun Louisville and New Amsterdam lfrlirht shinned hv this line duliveriMl nuUtkar man uy run Travelers will find the steamers are uns nassed In cnuloinent and accommodations T best culinarv are einplovad as cooks and1 menu Is equal to that of the best hotels 4 General office 176 and 178 fourth AvepueJ Louisville D W W HITE L PENNY Superintendent Prealdenl O V Williams T P A Owensboro Ky f LAvwyyAvyvvvvwyvVMWVVVVMAMMAMMMMMAM LAXATIVE V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW Shorthand Penmanship Etc Umgbt Full courses 100 OR SYRUP mature cure for BIT HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY cash or you can pay MIIj WB CONSTIPATION laotLx A HHCLlGHTrUL LIQUID LAXATIVE laxative principles of Mtmmaiwi PRMPAEED TO PJIAOTICE Books aa4 blanks rail The pmcfpal is the author of the ludwo lyste m o I which is used ia thoinanm of nubile ai schools including the public schools at and other large cities The ludwo Shorthand Is Uuaht Students frosa n You cur gradual la your trans timi M 200 PER MONTH mils RATH TO THOSK WHO vraauief asswwm Ml w putts a E4EH 4 CAfcAUM U Tke Farm Journal Is cheap but not too beaf to be ged it is full of ginger and ajMi 1RUSES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS SCHWARTZ SCHOOL 2J33 West JsllcrAon St W WALKKX H SJMM LsMgtlAVMtsWsBsW dk m i 3 t atMBsVtfl WALKER Grown BOARD Jtthtst van FOR SAL V to as may ataer se4 flya yaaw to a ttfe v lOOt m tateM aav btv K JtM kaassaa Jar 2km DENTISTS BriiQ and Plate IFILLlKlO jt bjsW jr OTsSHsff SHORT k HAYNES KY and iaotaai1y OLOVIWPOBT aortbtM of th JlaaoKBMBUMR Wawa whs adveno I pay ooa year ALL KINIW O li 5WWVMisWSWiyisVitJ 0 A 1siMylMvi UlARmN8BTJRG w HI ST i DL MKwlMft hakh iMMMidikmMm HP jrarwHwwp J wrww T IRVlNGTON ammmm PLQOK PUlADfi GUILTY n Ju Fanners Institute Aw cordially invitod to make our store hoadquar ters while in Boeeion horo and wo will do all wo can to mako thoir stay amongst ub aB ploasant as possiblo and at tho samo timo if you need any CLOTHING LADIES SHOES DRY QOODS or and GENTS FURNISHING GOODS wo will surprise you with to cause great alarm The disease seemed beyond tho FRIDAY JumKKBM kill of the doctors for thoir troatmont did no good Andrew Myers 94 oldest settlor wnaserer tne uanoor growing worse an tno wnuo of Fairfield county 0 Is dead mbs b ic idol Numerous remedies wero used for it but tho Cancer It is my pleasure to have as guest a of one bottle cured my throat when I could poorhouBO County at Btanwood grew steadily worse until it seemed that I was doomed dear little cousin from the Blue Grass scarcely swallow to follow the others of tho family for I know how deadly Canoor Is specially Mich burned An Inmate perished YOU ought to know that when suffer- Â¬ region Her name is Marie Mann and The permanent ing from any kidney troubto that when inherited I was advised to try Swifts SpeoiGo S S 8 whioh from tho San Fcllpo hotel at Albuqucrquo N benefit to health first day forced out tho poison I continued ita use until I haa taken eighteen a Bate sure remedy is Foleys Kidney we are all very fond of her M was destroyed by fire Loss 242000 from the timely bottles when I was cured sound- and well and have had no symptoms of tho Mrs A Newman nee Mamie Wash Â¬ use of Dr Pierces Cure Guaranteed or money refunded By an explosion In the Lest colliery dreadful affliction though many- yoaro have lapsed 8 8 8 is tno only cure A R Fisher Oloverport E A Witt ington a bright cherry little body con- Â¬ Pellets is testified In Glamorganshire Wales 25 persons for Cancer Mas S MIool Winston N O by thousands Hardinsburg tinues her summer outing at her old to women Thev were killed Our book on Cancer containincr other testimonials and valuable of home Washington place Truly that regulate the stomach liver and bowels General Plo del Pilar an actlvo Fili- Â¬ information will bo sent free to any address by tho Swift Spefio Colt Show is the Mecca for tho many Sold by all medicine dealers pino general la lying dangerously HI Uompany Atlanta Ueorgia Saturday September 2d will without near San Isldro Mrs John Wimp entertained with the question be a big day at Webster and members of the Bay View Circle a ADDITIONAL wore ki Two negroes Armstead Taylor and TEMPERANCE AND THE CHURCH tecnnicauy calioa poverty News HARDINSBURG one that will be profitable to all lovers number of outside friends last ThursÂ¬ John Brown were legally hanged at lowed to enter into commerce of fine colts Mr Aaron Norton will ex- Â¬ day afternoon Rockvillo Md tor murder A vory pleasant affair Edwaud McSwsxny Marvin Board a young local preacher WEDNE8DAY AUGUST 23 1899 hibit his colt show on that day He indeed as Mrs Wimps entertainments John Zcltner convicted of man Â¬ A Distinguished Roman Catholic Mount St Marys July 25 from Custer was hero last Sunday slaughter at Bowling Green 0 was promises to have some fine specimens Priest on the Temperance always are Misses Alice and Maggie Baker of sentenced to 20 years In the pen B ALL ABDS SNOW LINIMKNT gives ADDITIONAL LOCAL Convention Mrs D G Heron entertained a con Hardinsburg are visiting at Irvington Notice Schooner Conception loaded with instant relief in cases of Bleeding Burns genial party of ladies and gentlemen last Bruises Scalds Cuts etc Price 26 and The public school was dismissed last 200 Porto Rlcans went adrift near San All baskets and contributions for the Monday at her hospitable flrom the New York Snnl Deputy marshal I James M Blair is home con- Â¬ 50 cents A B Fisher Monday for a week on account of the Juan All jumped overboard and sev- Â¬ Farmers Institute must be marked with sisting of Mr and Mrs Bate dead Washington To thk Editob op Thk Son Sir Tho eral wero drowned owners name and sent to the Oelze Mr and Mrs A Newman and Mrs illness of Mr Pate annual convention of the Catholic Total Barbed Wire Fence Telephone Lines Dried apples are bringing 4 and 5 building by 8 oclock Thursday morning THURSDAY Mrs P M Beard and Miss Bessie Robert Hawes cents Judge Prendergast a prominent Chi- Â¬ Abstinence Union will be held in Chica Â¬ Robert Baxter and Christy Bleakly Beard of Hardinsburg left Monday August 24 go Aug 0 The chief advance it will two proaperous and progressive farmers cago lawyer Is dead Misses Maggie Baker and Marion Bab Â¬ evening to visit friends Tho miners strike at Middlesboro has in Louisville bage camo over from Hardinsburg Sun- Â¬ A Wedding Soon A dozen cars were attacked at Cleve- Â¬ have to record and celebrato since its of Silver Creek Township lo living been settled last meeting will bo tho retirement of nearly two miles apart last wees placed Ice Cream Supper land by persona unknown There will soon occur at Eastland tho day the guests of two of our very own Goebol and Blackburn at Hardinsburg boys Tney will remain in tho neigh Losses by the West Indian hurricane the Benedictine monks of Latrobe Fa telephone instruments in their homes An ice cream suppor will be given by suburban part of the city a wedding Saturday Sept 9 from the beer business Nevertheless are estimated at 175000000 borhood a day or two enjoying the social the ladies of Sample church at Mrs connecting them with the barbed wire Fertllfzsr doors sash blinds and Not being given any authentic informa- Â¬ gayeties of this satisfactory result is owing not to fences Thoy found that tho lines work- Â¬ William Y Young an Akron 0 the season America Hunters on Friday night tion we cannot mention names nails at cost at Gregory Co A pleasing letter from Mrs Crabbe August 25 for the benefit of the pastor teamster was fatally injured In a tne nnion which could never be induced ed as well as the best uity phones They Wonder who will be the first to buy a runaway to take action in tho matter but to indi- Â¬ are now planning to havo the great maj- Â¬ saysBhe is feeling much refreshed by of Sample church BEWLEYVILLE horseless carriage in this town Charles Hurt a negro rapist was vidual workers chiefly to the American ority of the farmers in the townshipIand Mrs F B Squires her yisit and we aro looking forward to taken by a mob from Brantley Go historian Martin I J Grifll of Phila-Â¬ those along the way from their farms to Mr J 0 Miller of Miller Bros Co her home coming with the hope of see Â¬ Mrs Annie Dowell No rain for a week Jail and shot Owensboro was in town Monday delphia a layman then to tne RevFerdl Galva and Ida Grove put in phones all ing her former cheery happy self whom Mrs Crattor Jolly Jim Franey the Cincinnati pugilist nand Kittell late Roman archivist of the they will need to do is to put two poles Miss Mary Board is the guest of Miss to know and love is a joy A J Kirst the merchant tailor of Committee died at San Francisco from injuries American Catholic Historical Society Lena Drury Cannelton Ind was in town Monday wherever thoy want to cross the toads Mrs Coleman was called to tiie bedside sustained in a glove contest of the city then to the Rev J M Oleary and connect the wires on both Bides 31A1TKET ItKTUUlS Help Irvington with the protracted of her daughter again last week She Father Meyering has been assigned Mrs Frank Whitlock the largest wo Â¬ of Minneapolis but first of all to the Outside of tbe phones there is practic- Â¬ the pastorage of the Mt Merino church meeting this week had only been at home a week and we Grain aud Stock Prices For Aug 10 man in the world is dead at Coldwator Rev George Zurcher of Buffalo This ally no expense and it will be a groat Mrs R B McGlothlan is Boon to leave were all loth to see her go We hope If you want a perfect picture made of Mich She weighed 840 pounds Cleveland gentlemangot sickand sore on the subject nogs TorbcrsP 4 0026 00 mediums and she will soon be able to return home yourself or baby Knight and wife can us to live at Irvington While attempting to drive aboard a that is as the term implies he became a convonience Minneapolis Journal heavies 4 00 pigs U 2B4 78 make it for you ferryboat at Washington Ind Mrs downright The threshing machine was a visitor to bringing Mrs Cain with her Sheep and Lamb Good to beat lambs krank and published a First come first seryed J so march up Alfred Kensoll her four children and S 405 00 fair to good 4 76Q5 00 good Goebel and Blackburn will discuss this community last week Some of our young people went over pamphlet which obtained the distinction and pay for tbe Brkckenkidqe News a to best wother sheep Miss Amy Dillon were drowned 4 W4 60 fair to Democracy from their point of view at Mr John Jarrett and Miss Monnie to the bridge last Saturday and joined good mixed sheep 4 00Q4 23b of being the first work b y an American year ahead This will secure that good WEDNESDAY Hardinsburg Saturday Sept 9 Hunter are teaching us a good school Cattle Good t best dry fed steers tS 00 the Bewleyville picknickers A good priest that was condemned by the Holy little papoi the Farm Journal for tho West Indian hurricane haa passed IB fair to good butchers 4 O04 80 The handsome Iludd house at Owens Â¬ See Eddie Jordan horn Grayson county time is reported with thanks to those in 66 to good grassy steers This was within tho twelve Â¬ balance of 899 and all of 1000 1001 1002 fair H 254 50 com- out to sea N boro was sold Monday month It brought the is visiting his grandfather Uncle Joel charge Bro Leitcbfieid was there and mon and light grassy steers 3 8384 10 and 1003 nearly five years without any At Canal Dover O Albert Myers 4 OtkfM 70 low figures of loG02and cost 5 100000 fair to good bntcher killed himself and wife it goes without saying he was both seen heifers Jordan The thunderbolts of Rome are usually further pay 8hall wo hear from you cows 3 OOJrtl 73 common 2 0032 SO Miss Eilie West who is visiting rela and heard Daniel Moss a famous scout who accompanied by a very vivid ilish of within one week 3 00u3 rs i must go 10 iinignts ami nave my bulls Calves Good to best lightning All eyes were directed to picture made before they move This tives attended Sunday School Sunday served with Sheridan is dead Nannie Lee Jolly had a delightful visit 0 CO7 00 is the way it sounds only a few more morning to Mrs Dr Dugan last week in Louis- Â¬ Ernest King 20 was crushed at the ctjneured man and o course every- Â¬ Pittsburg Rush Deed of a Mother body too inquired into the nature ot Cattle Choice 5 CgS 80 prime 3 003 Xenla O by falling mass of stono ifays Mrs Dugan is one of those ville Mies Sue Board of Big Spring vicinity B CO SB 3008 40 tidy butchers Pierre 8 D Aug 21 Mrs Jennie fS 00 This was pre- Â¬ Unrequited love caused Emma May the work condemned charming little bodies whom to know R5 SBgood Junius Bell representative of the visited Miss Ada Drury lrom Thursday 3 23 fair 4 0O4 00 heifers Clark of Cambridge 0 to commit cisely what was wanted Father Zurch- Â¬ Weston drowned herself and is to love and who knows how to make 4 76 bulls Blags aud cows 3 004 00 Standard Oil Company was in the city to Sunday afternoon frctb cows 30 0OQ40 00 Calves 7 003 suicide er had not dreamed perhaps that it was son Bertie In a bistern at the family little folks as well as you older onea yesterday looking after the companys Mrs G P Paul was in Guston last 7 BO Reports of Deweys Illness ore re- Â¬ expedient that ono man should dio for homo There was no one else at home have a good time when you aro her business Hogs Prime mediums 8 OBQS 10 heavy except a daughter about 17 years old week making a short visit to her daugh- Â¬ garded as exaggorated by the war deÂ¬ the people John xviii J4 and tbat guest Yorkers 35 0035 OB light Yorkers 4 00 and the deed was not known until tho Mrs Moredock and daughter ter Mrs E L Smith partment bogs 4 80Q4 00 pigs 4 40 6 00 he was the chosen martyr necessary for young lady awakened in the morning Bro Davis of Hardinsburg lectured ftt 00 heavy Miss Clara ol Louisville who have beei S4 BOg l 00 grosser Any one wanting a good Jereey milk Joseph Benolt a dead Kansas City the success of the cause but evidently Family troubles are supposed to bo on Temperance last Thursday evening the Sheep and Lambs Choice sbeep 4 00 the jcueato of relatives returned home cow may have htr by paying a good infidel bequeathed 150000 to religious this was providential course of events in cause ot the tragedy giving whisky and all its attendant oyils 4 03 good 4 4024 50 fair 4 0OQ4 23 fiunday on thj steamer Tarascon institutions round sum to this scribe lambs 3 BOrJJB 80 this as in all other great movements strong licks He Bays of a truth that the Pacing Kings to Race HobU Weatherford of Harned was a Alfred Bebrend an American ex- Â¬ His lips were closed nis pen taken from The Farmers Institute should iiave better class of people are for temperance Chicago Aug 17 W J White Cleveland porter has been created a knight of the his hand but bis caus triumphed passenger on Mondays train for Louis Hugh Hardaway present to tell abou Cattle Good to choice 5 OOtgfl 33 com So gut on the right side and give whis signed a contract with S S Thomas 4 3808 63 moner grades French Legion of Honor ville He is a substantial merchant of that soja bean field of his stockera and He won by dying that is so much ky a lick by voting against it next Satur- Â¬ feeders 3 83Q4 03 bulls cows and beltof the Empire City Driving park s in TUESDAY that place and was going to purchase e admired and praised Now concerning this trade in Deer by New York to start Sar Pointer in a day Be assured you will be in good ers 2 0026 15 Texas steers 3 7635 3a Baltimore and Ohio earnings for stock of goods S BOgf the priestly zeaous and gentlemanlike race for a purse of 4000 Tho entries Mn Editok our new subscriber in company when you cast your voto that Calres Heavy 00 2034 00 mixed 4 4 Hogs 483 July were 878000 monks of Latrobe there is nothing ab- Â¬ ore to bo limited to Joe Patchen John 4 00 light 4 B54 00 pigs 3 50i 80 Entertained in Honor of Miss Shaw Missouri Mrs Coil writes that she en Â¬ way Wages of dockmon at Ashtabula O 0034 IB solutely wrong in the thing itself It Gentry Searchlight and Star Point- Our protracted meeting is in progress culls 2 and Lambs havo been Increased Miss Maggie Bowiner entertained a joys the weekly visits of the News and Sheep Sheep 2 00Q4 38 Is to occur in September is pleased with the paper good congregations have greet- Â¬ yearlings now and 4 00Q4 50 range sheep Flro consumed 15000 worth of prop Â¬ Doubtless the great German people were cr Tbe race few friends Saturday morning from 9 to 3 50 taught by the early monks how to brew 4 10 prime lambs 0 78 commonest tots erty at Georgesvllle O Mrs Beasley and daughter Miss Lu- Â¬ ed our worthy pastor Bro Leitcbfieid Diaz to Be There 12 in honor of her guest Miss Shaw 3 608 73 and circum Chicago Aug IB President Diaz ot German American Krlegerbund will their natural beverage cille have returned from a visit to rela Â¬ who will have to assist him Bro Rush Â¬ Tiiose present were Misses Alice Dixn Wheat No 3 red 73c Corn No 2 stances might justify these in carryinu Mexico will be a guest of Chicago dur meet In Akron 0 In 1000 tives in Hardin county and are visiting ing whom we all remember as pleasing Slftc Oats No 2 2121c Henderson Georgie White Gene Todd In our Ing the fall festival and the oxerclses Seneca hotel on Canandalgua Lake on the business themsulves Mrs Whitehead is also and genial Mr and Mis T P Hardaway Ofvunaboro Addie G Ditto Louisville Buffalo country It does not seem to be necess Â¬ attending the laying of the corner- N Y was destroyed by fire 4 7823 50 shipping Minnie and Alliene Murray Elizabeth James Witt Junius A Payne Hon expected and possibly Miss Lena Drury 5Cattle Butchers 5 OOQS 40 tops 6006 76 cows and William Pitt Tyler hoe been appoint- Â¬ ary and in fact was a matter of re stone of the new federal biiliding Oct and Margaret Sklllman Margaret Bttie Robt L Witt and Brig Gen Eli Murray whom we all love and enjoy Pray that heifers 3 7634 03 stockera and feeders proach to us on the part of thoso outside 0 He wrote that If bis health por- ed chief of the Columbus police and Marion Bowmer Mesdame OB Skill Blauford attended church at Irvington this may indeed be a time of gracious 3 75414 00 Calves S 7637 60 would certainly accept the j Actress Lily Lantry was married at the fold and of scandal to those within mitfed ho Hogs Yorkers S4 OOQS 60 outpouring of the Holy Spirit mediums man J D Babbage Robt Moorman V Sunduy night This item is contributed 5 0038 05 heavy 4 0035 00 pigs 14 78 For acting on the principle laid down in invitation Hugo Gerald de Bathe 28 London to Stuart C W Moorman F M Smith by a young lady There are fads and fads but the latest l t 85 Explorer Wellman Returns Senator Hayward of Nebraska was St Pauls words No man being a sol- Â¬ Sheep and Lambs Good to cbolca spring Ii r lieed ilia Lafteaye and A B is the kissing bug so called because The Basin spring farm near Irvington Tromsoe Norway Aug 18 The sur- Â¬ stricken with apoplexy and Is reported dier of God entanghth himself with 0 60 30 73 fair to good 19 763 lambs Skillman the home of Mr and Mrs John Nevitt it bites on or near tno lips Various 0 23 culls and Mtntnon f 4 6030 00 mixed dangerously 111 worldly business that be may please him vivors tof tho olar expedition led by is a beautiful country home and the specimens are on exhibition and not in Â¬ sheep f 4 284 60 culls and common 2 50 Walter Wellman have arrived hero on M Labor to whom he hasth ergged himEof of counsel for Dreyfus ATTENTION I 3 00 choice yearlings 14 6034 78 courtesey and kindness they show to frequently they are entirely unlike so it who wai hot by an unknown assassin 2 Tim 11 4 as well as on the constant tho steamer Capella having success All tho men who are interested in the those who have occusion to New York will probably recover test their was quite wise in a certain young lady teaching and practice of tbe Church the fully completed their explorations lu Cattle Steers 14 605 00 oxen 4 20 entertainment of the Farmers Institute hospitality is of the kind that touches to bottle a common grape bug and Important new MONDAY 4 03 bulls S3 0030 60 cowu Third Plenary Council of Baltimore No Franz Josef land 2 O04 23 are requested to meet the ladies of the the heart call it a kissing bug Procure a mycrc many Islands were dis- Â¬ Admiral Dewey Is HI with fever Calve Veals 3 008 CO grasscrs and 82 declared that trade of any kind is lands and refreshment committee at Mr Oelzds covered We can not controle the course of scope and proceed to study this particu buttermilks 4 23ft4 50 yearlings S3 26 Roy SJoan Is in jail at McConnella forbidden to All the clergy as well as to new store at 2 oclock Wednesday after- Â¬ vents Perhaps it would bo well westerns and3 76U G2 Sbeep 3 vllle O charged with rapo We can but take our place as lrr specimen Casliior Short Sheep Lambs 50 whatever persons are bound by regular 004 noon August 23d Pickering brothers ot Kentucky yows export wethers best we know it and comfort ourselves tor some one to look out as this bug choice wethers 14 78 Toronto Ont Aug 16 Frank Tea- Â¬ As to the trades in alcoholic 5 1214 lambs Mrs W H Bowmkh Chm 3 0O7 XIV culls 14 00 were killed by Indians In Alaska with thoughts like this beautiful one oi may be turned loose and it Is a known drinks in particular tho Council ap Â¬ sel cashier ot the Freehold Loan and J4 75 fact that it kisses only tho mascullnn Martin J Wiley a Chicago engineer proved by the Pope Longfellows That which seems a Wheat No 3 red 78Hc Corn No 2 admonishes its Savings company was arrested here Died Poor Revenge is sweet was shot and killed by his abused wife SOKc of 43Q0 haa already been Con Oats No 2 2Cyjc pathway of thornB in the passage has be- Â¬ gender children who trade in them to n fleet A shortage In his It U the general impression tbat Ool come a pavement of gold in the retroHe is Bald discovered accounts At the Coney Island Sportlnc club seriously on ClUtilutltttl many and the great the OBITUARY Robert Ingersoll had massed quite a spect to have been speculating heavily in Wheat No 2 red 71c Corn No 3 Matty Mathews bested Georgo Klrwln dangers and occasions of sin which at Â¬ New York Death visited the home of Mr and mixed 32V4C3c Oats No 2 mixed 22c fortune but it is not true He only left in 16 rounds Our people went en maese to the pic- Â¬ Itye No 2 B0387c tend their business Let them choose a Mrs Ohas Gross Sunday morning Aug personal property valued to the extent nic Quite a number from all Charles Jones was killed while In- Â¬ Doy Hanged Lard 3 07O5 10 Ilulk moats 15 23 other sur- Â¬ 13th and called for of 10 001 toxicated at East Bernstadt Ky by more becoming way of supporting them little Mary Eliza llacon 10 IB Murray City 0 An 19 George rounding parts were also present V No 203 selves if they can It like Â¬ Slncoe tbe aged three month Hogs3 6034 S3 Cattto f3 2320 33 Cam Williams Dear friends I stepson of John G Babbage and Bro Leitcbfieid made 4 0020 03 Lambs New Church know how impossible it is to silence Florence Morris on Infant was wise in its pastoral letter p xclil calls Neroath was found dead in a barmy the speeches of the day They were upon all pastors to induce all of ttielr He had been hanged Two Boston grief with words Tho heart pleads scalded to death at Columbus by the Edward Connor A Sons of Cannelton ren Mall good the gentlemen could makeno other your Wool Ohio nieces X and above 23 overturning of a pot of tea flocks that may bo eugaged in tho sale of aud Reuben Lannlng are for utterance in tears and let It speak 20fl la Jail on ate working on the new Catholic church kind There Mas a collection for the XX and XX and above 31402c d In a fit ot Jealousy Thomas Houli Â¬ liquors to abandon as soon as they can suspicion lalue 33c No at Hardinsburg They have the brick Childrens Day funu A superabund thuB We bow in Borrow at the taking combing 31Qfl2c 1 combing 32B3c No 3 han ot Chicago klHed his wife and the dangerous- traffic and to embrace a nBtrx of your little one feeling that while the contract ance of excellent food was provided by then seat a ball through hlg own brata more becoming way of making a living Toledo rip nod fruit may be gathered It seems the atteudauls Altogether It was a Hence those pastors above named aud Wheat No 3 72 Vic Corn No 2 mixed nTiegTo Town New House cruel that the bud should be taken co red letter day 83c Oats No 2 mixed 20a ByeNo Anniston Ala Aug 16 By a vote the many others who talked wrote and lore it ban even opportunity to unfold 2 63ftc Otovrsed a 82 -a Mr John Sterrett Sklllmans hustling ot 90 per cent of the registered voters worked with them only did their boan All the women of our vicinltv who its blossom But -p r Vr w Zi X 4 In nature fruits fall and substantial farmer has under con- Â¬ w sh to soe Baltimore w City decided to be the most den duty in endeavoring to stop tbe bef r Hudson the saloon olosed and our and so do blossoms and buds Butter Fancy creamery 2122 Uf- S- unique city In the United States In In the struction a two story dwelling on his young men free from the temptation to ways of kind nature it is perhaps beet trade at Latrobe Indeed not only are farm that ltwill be theonlyexclusrvelynegro they deserving of praise on the Oburohs Adtwtitmwttt Aterse utHht tM Am at make drunkards ef themselves are re and in the taking from our arms of this rataoiontttma went mma lHpfM town In the country The election was part for obeying quested to meet in the Methodist church little one we will try her laws aud seconding Alovcd To Town Tho poultry and egg market Is eteady to accept the cross by the order of the probate court to Saturday morning at 7 oclock to hold a and bear it believing tffat admonitions but the monks them Â¬ the bud will We quote as follows decide wbetheror not the town should her Usury J Cox has returned from prayer meeting selves owe them thanks For it is tbe YV that the voters may have yet blossom and bear fruit in tho angel Eggs rehandled per dos Incorporailoa was QJendeune to take charge of the grading 09 be incorporated Hi 04 wmJc Af courage and strength of will and noble unavoidable result of the virtues prac two defter rmTftfty ei dm iretTkV IFPr3 0 land whither the fruit of this pure child Hens perlh carried unanimously r ad work on the turnpike road Spring chicken per lb ness of mind and every other prinolpal bos so early flown tised in monasteries that these should RIOI IT proffltor Ptkcn Mtef dlr Cj 07 SaatorT5rkyiTeaUr Roosters perlb 03 of a true roan to vote to hare the ac- Atlanta Aug 18 Benato A B grow rich and this rapidly and with Turkey Hens per lb JL aUX Mfm WVY8 Od A free open discussion of any question ouned thing taken from our midst debus would some again as In the past Clay who was quoted Ina reeeat Inter GARFIELD Turkey Toms per lb 05 TtfR SAIJt Krwh MlUii cow Ctafl ipfore the people is right and proper Ducks F F and fatper lb 04 view aa saying that mere would he a luxury ambition sin decline and do- Golukk Rod M o out and heirOoebel and Blackburn Geese F F and fat ner lb an bolt la the Republican party during I strnction ot those excellent institutions We do not advertise lor fun our en Butter per lb A tree and easy expectoration is pro OU ttfurday Sept U the next national convention denied Nay even tbe republic herself is endubt- tire stock is to be closed out we are go Goiness each 10 the authenticity ot the interview This duced by a few doses of BALLARDS Jed to Father Zurcher and such as he HOREHOrjND SYRUP in all osa of ing to move and the goods must go interview was to the etfeet that tbe for the Standard Oil Company the DOWyOUR 8UJ WUJI mmwikxkijtbttu Hoarseness Sore Throat or diffloull y of Bring your coupons and reeeive preiama fetntlo Republleana would put an IH m HlH Alwyj i whiskey trust sad whatever otuajv ticket In the aeld beaded by there be weald aoou breathing Price 26 and 50 ots A It before we move Green Flag Bargain VfUMfV W f Botttwell and supported by Store iFtehur It 1 i owes if those wue r wtPiKKt the best selection and low- Â¬ est prices over quoted horo And U Pined j0 sad aiven m Sen Â¬ Little Dale Smith is on the eiok tist tence In the JeffersoHville Hope bis illness will be brief Reformatory Mrs John Wimp with baby Cathrine spent a few days at Camp Herndon Cannelton Ind Aug 31 Special J Herman Plook this afternoon pleaded Miss Eva Herndon writes of delightful guilty to the charge of having attempt times she is having at Hopkfnsyllle ditlbM of the wOiri ed to assault Misa Flora Smith in this city Golden Rod made a flying trip over an keeps her hi on the night of August 8 Judge Swan last Friday Wonder who sho comes to constant suffering fined him ISO and sentenced him to the seo now it nukes her lot hard one Jefleroonville reformatory to serve from Miss Allco Baker of Hardinsburg is a So manv women two to fourteen years Miss Smith was delightfully pleasant visitor of Miss have found entire relief from the ills able to be out yesterday for the first Mollie Loyn peculiarly feminine by the use of Dr time since the assault Tho Ferry CirPierces Favorite Prescription that it Norman Hensley from Hardinsburg seems almost criminal to neglect the cuit Court began today and the prisoner will be taken to the reformatory as soon spent last Tuesday night with us on his opportunity of a complete cure offered by the use of thisTncuirine way to the city as coutt la over You aro invited to consult Dr R V Wo are sorry to hear that Mrs Perry Pierce of Buffalo N Y either person To The Beach Weaver is not bo well Bince hor return ally or by letter free of charge If your cose is severe or others have foiled to Thoy were off yesterday afternoon on to Louisville reach it do not hesitate to write to or go the Naptha Pastime for tho beach Miss Maiy Jacob Tyler ono of our and see Dr Pierce Your letter will be There were poestbly twenty five who sweetest girls is home from a pleasant read in private its contents treated as a sacred confidence and an answer composed the party visit to the city promptly returned in a plain envelope The beach has crown to be one of the Mies Jenn Hardin with characteristic Wrfta bearing no printing upon it moot popular resorts in this suction und good nature was circulating among old without fear and without fee I had been great sufferer from female weak ranks for bathing purposes and a place friends last last week nca for about two yean write Mr IJmroa to have a good time to Coney Island In Richardson of Qoaa Wayne Co Ky Master Clark Dugan a bright little not do my work part of the time I tookCould four fact it has been given this name and in lad from Louisville was visiting Louis pome oi ur nerccs Favorite Prescription deed is exceedingly fitting Tivose who and Edwin Jolly last week and felt at well a I belong to the party have purchased arever did I have also We are sorry to hear that Miss Eve used Doctor Nercea tistic costumes and a looker on remarked Oolden Medical Dis When attired in their costumes they McGlothlan is ill Nothing serious and covery for ulceration we hope she will soon be entirely well of the throat with were stunning good remits and half Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tke life of tWe btiMiiesa woman is not easy Usually it ft It monotonous rottUne of work c ftek aggravated by the ifi tempet or ttUpidity of othtia And when tha physical coo 44444i444 M4 8ATUBDAY 444444 THE WEEKS EVENTS CANCER IS DEADLY1 This foarf ul disease of ton first appears as a moro scratch a pimplo or lutaap in the breast too small to attraot any A Oases Out of Ten notice until in many cases tho deadly disoaso is fully dovolopod Cure Found at Last Cancer can not bp cured by a surgical onoration bocauso tho disoaso is a virulent poison in the blood circulating throughout tho system and although the sore or ulcer known as tho Oancor may bo cut away tho poison remains in the blood and promptly breaks out afresh with f Steamers Andes and iiungarla are on tho HaJUon reefs Section of the village of Sidney Nob woe swept by Are Miis Dessle Garrett was run down and killed by a Columbus trolley Charles Winkler 22 was killed at Canal Dover O by a fall of clay Warehouse of Leo Richardson com Â¬ pany at Vlcksburg Miss was burned Damage 2150000 Fire partially destroyed St Pauls Catholic church at Cincinnati causing a loss of f 120000 By the bursting of a boilor at a brick srks In Pittsburg Kan thrco em Â¬ ployes were killed Three farm hands wero killed by tho explosion of a threshing engine at Traverse City Mich Government troops wero defeated In an engagement with San Domingo rev Â¬ olutionists near Monto Criste Impeachment proceedings are about to bo instituted against Mayor SwarU ot Columbus 0 He is charged with having violated tho Garfield law Results Fatally In Nine i 4 t n rjpT renewed violence The wonderful success of S 8 S in curing obstinato deep seatod blood diseases which were considered incurable induced a toyr deÂ¬ spairing sufferers to try it for Oancor after oxhausting tho skill of tho phvsicians without a euro Much to their dolight 8 8 8 proved equal to tho disoaso and promptly effected a euro Tho glad nows spread rapiojy ana it was Boon aomonstratoa beyond doubt that a euro hod at last been found for deadly Oancor Evidonco has accu Â¬ mulated whioh is incontrovertible of which the following ia a specimen Cemoer is hereditary in our family my father a sister and an aunt having dlod from this dreadful disease My feelings may bo imagined when the hor rible disoaso mado Its appearance on my sldo It was malignant Canoor eating inwardly in such a way as Â¬ Breckenridge Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 stos - r WANTS trWrn -- VVVVlwwvi 1 11 1 Â¬ ft - fowrniiibtMikH iw Hhtu kttw o SVOXtXA C4f tiii ocmfc m leit- r i I JWiurnoKo ihi nkv srt f A V