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Mi--- v r THE BRECKENRIDGrE NEWS 44 ALL THH NRWS THATS FIT TO PRINT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1899 ADDITIONAL LOCAL Watermelons still on hand at Stppels This town la enjoying a steady lioutn AH the frnitn in season at Jule Sip VOL XXIV CLOVERPOKT iNO 10 SECOND l 7 5- i r ic A l7 - ll PETBR DH0NAU DBATH OP JOHN WACTI A FARDOK AVERY HALDEMAN Dreyfus Will Wlthdrafv Ills Appeal AH Old Resident ef the County Ker a RevMoa of the Trial Paris Sept 16 It la said that Cap Business Manager Ot The Louisville Passes Away tain Dreyfus will shortly wMharaw his Times appeal for a revision of the Hennas Mr Peter Dhonau one of this countys trial whloh will leave the ground clear b smees eldest cltlMne died at his home near Mr John Avery Haldaman jSIias Hatfield Pound Guilty of for the government to take immediate He had not steps to pardon htm This pardon manager ol the Louisville Times died at Hall town last Wednesday Ihe Murder of Ellis will net annual the civil and military hh homo Hi Loulsyille Sunday Sept 17 bunn confined to his bed and death was coHsequeneee of the verdict and he 1h luil bi en HI lor some wenksand his due to the sudden glvlug away of his Indictments Retufesd Against a Num- Â¬ will therefore no longer belong to the death was not unexpected In theuViUli oftnstltutiori army There Is nothing however to of Mr Haldeuian the Times loses a mau Mr Dhonau was born In Sobonhelm ber of Mis Clan prevent him from applying to the court whoso bustne 6a attainments were ol the PruBeia January 1813 He camn of oaseatlon to quash the Reones trial highest order ud whose place will bo to this country in 144 and located WllHucaen W Va Sept 18 BIlaa whenever the new faot required by law H on a- - farm Ind illowing notice of hla at Rome Hatfield wtp oa JtMy murdered H is produced If liberated he will setÂ¬ hard to fill Tim f tliw Tim en of Monday shows continued farming until thuyear of 1800 death from aVBHJawaa found sulky of murder tle in the south of France Wen he movndfo this part of Kentuoky the feeling of his atsooiator It eayn to the second degree The jury reached Recommend Mroyi In the great business of the world where he has resided ever since this verdict after deliberating more Rennes Franco Sept 12 The court His most estimable wife departed this men come aud no leaving behind them than 12 hours Hte Beotenee will not martial signed a formal recommenda- Â¬ lif i in March 1800 leaving t hiveu chilfor ineuiuutoes ot their little hour suinu be lew tfraui flv or more than 30 years tion for mercy Its object Is to elimdren to mourn her 1w Two died in in prison inate the degradation feature of the one thing aud some another But he Infancy one at nine years aud onn at The speolal grand Jury boa returned punishment The recommendation will who leaves to his friends the memory of indictments against a number of the be handed to General Lucas for Presi Â¬ loyalty and love to his family the con- Â¬ mature age Seven children art still Hatfield clan two of which were for dent Loubet viction of his watchful devotion and to living who an Mrs Michael Hamman complicity In the murder of H B M Laborls secretary Informed When his fellows the example of futurity Mrs Phillip Diok Mrs Ohas Fuchs They will be given a speedy Dreyfus of this aotlon he was greatly Bills hath mado a record dearer to loving Mrs William Sandere MIrs Harriet trial here t and If acquitted will be affected and said I still have hope heartn than deds of fame The death Dhonau and William and Albert Dhoturned over to the Kentuoky authori There are twenty seven grand Dally Life of Dreyfus of Jlhn Avery Haldemau Ib a cause for nau zes to anewer Jor murders committed Rennes Sept 14 Captain Dreyfus sorrow not only to his aaeociata on the children and twelve great grand children ome time ago Mr Dhonau was probably one of continues in good spirits and his health Times whose success be enhauced us Is fairly satisfactory although the Breckenridge countys most prosperous Feud Keoponed its business manager bnt to all who London Ky Sept 12 The opening stomach trouble still sticks to him knew him well and found him out for farmers and was wl liked by everyaf war between the PMlpot and Qrlffln Madame Droytus visited her husband one He was a consistent member of isfcUons in Clay county has bezun The and came away looking oheerful Most the good qualities he possessed the Presbyterian church His remains house of widow Chadwell wife of Evan of his waking hours are passed In read Â¬ were laid to rest in thy cemetery near Chadwell brother of Deputy Sheriff ing correspondence and Paris literary CHURCH NOTESRome Ind Dave Chadwell the loader of the Grif- Â¬ reviews He is under the same disci- Â¬ Sunday schools well attended Sunday fin faction was fired Into from all pline as prior to the trial and Is al- Â¬ Two Colt Shows atUewleyvIlle sides She eeoftped by throwing her Â¬ lowed exercise dally lathe prison yard Prayer meeting four nights every self on tjie floor All the cattle hogs Courtlaud Kieays show consisted of week Slain by Robbers and dogs were killed Notice waa Mrs San Antonio Tex Sept 14 Baptist Missionary Society met Harry Wilkes colts a half dozsn as Tl posted on her door giving her 24 hours Jano Barber and her two sons Wiley with Mrr 8am Porter Monday after- Â¬ fine harness colts as ever entered a ring to leave or be killed It was done by a in Bewleyvillo Jabe Lyons colt won body of horsemen whom the Griffins and Levi were murdered cy unknown noon the blue ribbon robbers in a cross roads store In Ita say were Fhllpots The Jail here ban The Rev Mr Lusk of Osceola Ark Charles H Drury shpwod Bourbon two Griffins in It and is heavily guard- Â¬ etoke county six miles from Pleaean ton and 25 miles south of this city filled Rev W B Rutledges pulpit very Den marks all roadsters F S Lyon by men with Winchesters ed They were killed with a hatohot their acceptably Sunday morning L A Foots and PJerce Hardaway were Captured Without Bloodshed Rev T V Joiner preached on Home the judges and MasVer Thnmas Jolly heads having been smashed to a pulp VHHameon WVaSept 12 Sheriff A sack containing 100 in silver was Government to bis people Snnday Jrs colt carried off the blue ribbon Henderson of Logan county and a posse secured by the robbers morning Next Sunday is Mr Joiners of 15 went to the Hatfield fort In the last appointment in this conference year jJiatalVrcck Coming to the Front mountains 30 miles from here and Scran ton W Sept 12 A coal train Let us all bear him wlthoutJilpodehed captured Devil Will Robertson has juetfinielml the and Anee fTatfleld his son Dob and John on the DelKware Lackawanna The W 0 T U met at th Christian of a new lioirfp near Pierces Dingoes a relative of the Hatflelds by Western dashed into the rear end of a church Monday night Mrs James Stites construction freight train Just as it had pulled out presiding The audience was favored station Mr Robertson has tha reputa Â¬ marriage The prisoners will be taken tion of being ono of thaij seciiouB best to Pike county and tried on charge of of a switch at Nayaug five miles south with a talk from Rev Lusk Mies Louise farmers and one who is thoroughly of here wrecking the caboose of the murder grdwlng out of the Hatfield Captain Hatfield the freight train and killing Joseph Parry Babbage read a poem entitled Boys versed iu his work Ha attends strictly McCoy feud only prominent member of the faction and Patrick Mullen brakemea Of five Wanted and Messrs Maple Harris to his own business and isuiaking a suc now at lloerty Is being bunted by a other men in the caboose two were Moorman and Babbage sang a quartette cess of farming He is a sondn law of slightly hurt The State Convention of the W C T Mr Johi Beaucbamp another one of posse U will convene in Oweneboro nexLl that sections successful farmttrp Situation Serious A Brutal Murder Washington Sept 13 Officials hero week Mi T V Joiner who Is visiting Charleston W Va Sept 18 The The Cynthlana Democrat news of a brutal muj4r committed la regard the Venezuelan situation as there will represent this anfon Boone county reaehfd ble city Har- Â¬ critical The cruiser Detroit la due at The Oynthiana Democrat has two vey Bailey administered a large dose Laguayra Wednesday night and as Hon A C Rucker items of oapecial intret mis week be of royjihoirats to his wife and while that point is only two hours from Carannouncement of the Uvtathmaa street SpoJfeJor twojlaitfiu Irslr fbbe held Octoberlfta and 6th and ftftr vj condition struck acas noiapprehenelon Is felt that any will suffer by the open her American interests her w4th a notion of the Democrat removsUto Bailey disturbance skull cauelngbasnamCB We cong aulate the Hon A 0 Rucker campaign orator new quarters fled to the mountains and is being wYatfOU a Cruel Tribe town on its enterprise and wish for the on the Brown side from Louisville by a posse of enraged men who hunted Sept 18 Private spoke in the city Monday evening in the Democrat many years of success in its Mataatlln Mex have sworn to lynch him If caught advices from Sonora show that Chief vacant store room belonging to Dr R L new home Reports of a Bloody Battle Tetablate of the Yaquls who remained Newsom Mr Rucker was introduced London Ky Sept 12 A rumor Is loyal to the Mexican government waa by Mr Goshen Association Frank Fralzs He began hispeech current here that a battle was fought seized by the rebels and cruelly tor-Â¬ Goshen Association wilt hold a manner iu which The In Clay county four men being kUled tured being stripped slashed with by denouncing the and seven wounded The rumor locates knives and shockingly mutilated While Mr Goebel obtained his nomination at meeting at Stephentport Wednesday the battle on Red Bird creek 1 miles the Yaquls danced about him taunt- Â¬ the Music Hall convention which con- Â¬ Sept 27th It is hoped that all the vened in Louisville June 17 He plain members and many others will attend There have been ing him from Manchester y explained the workings of that assem Â¬ The town people and those ot the sur-Â¬ several killings there of late and the Belmont Sets Himself Right battle may have beon either between blage from its incoption to its close rounding country are making preparaLondon Sept 18 Perry Belmont the Markums and Roberts or the Size tion to entertain the guests and no one There were nearly one hundred repremores and Ashers Four factions are arrived here from Paris He declares sentative citizens who listened attentive will be disappointed in a good and profi- Â¬ Â¬ bogus the Interview sent from Lon at war with each other y to his Bpeeob He Bpoke for two hours table tim don to the United States on Sept 9 Want a Receiver opposes William Jennings and closed bv saying that John Young He still A Record Breaker Louisville Sept 12 Suit was filed Bryan and the Chicago platform Brown waa the regular nominee for the The largest sbipmeut of cattle ever In the United States court against the high office of Governor and that truth made in this section was made last week Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse will tell RUNAWAY HORSES by Robertson Bros of Glsndeane These company by Rudolph F Balk of this oKy former owner of the Melwood dis- Â¬ gentlemen loaded and shipped seven LATE tillery Bvaeletv of contract Is alleged Killed the Afaa and Seriously 1h- - BETTER oar loads containing one hundred and THAN NEVER anvolvkig nearly a quarter of a million forty five head of the finest cattle The ucd th Daughter dotforo aad a receiver Is asked for a transaction involved 3000 valuable part of the property of the Mr OrviHe T Skillmans new launch of Andrew Hunt aud bis daughter trust Building at Custer Viae Qroye were driving yesterday in a the Marguerite which he has been ex- Â¬ Mine Wovker Jailed Taylor general merchants at surrey when the borsesbeoame Irlcht pecting for several weeks arrived Mon Â¬ Cook London Ky Sept 18 G W Fur day night It is a much larger and bet Ouster are building a new store house member of the national board of enedand began to run Mr Hunt wae eell ter boat than his old one and he antici at that place on a lot belonging to Mr United Mine Workers waa arrested on thrown out aud instantly killed while pates maeh satisfaction in posseeslni Â¬ haUiouse will be 30 by 60 and a warrant by toe operators of the his daughter was seriously injured hav Mr Hunt her ing both of her legs broken AX wnHaliHdwlll be an ornament to seven mines now on strike at The boat came ready for launching the townHBhklendld plaee to do mont and Pittsburg Ky oharglng him Is a prominent farmer in that country to strike was also a vletim of a wbteh ceremoay will be performed with business John Hiekaroon wKh inducing ths miners while under contract The Lily miners runaway bone aboat the same time aad out delay Big Sate of Lambs j have ajone oat affecting lf00 miners near Die same plaee He was killed outÂ¬ Horaee Smith an enterprising and delleate eoeatitqtlea eaa right The two accidental oeourring so The most Perforated With JJeaaV farmer who resides near Lewis London Ky Sept 14 Clay eopnty sear together and at the same time safely use BAXLABDS HOREHOUND port consummated a large sale of sheep 8YRUP It is a sure and pleasant has sad smother kUling owfoide the r form quite a oolBcIdenoe remedy for ooogfee loss of vetse and all last week He sold 111 lambs averaging dtaarjr James and Cam Lewi BboUli bouse on old throat and luag troubles Fries M and 87 pounds to L D Yieser at three aad fhoetfoc The rtessbarger Property three quarter cents Bprfof croak whereupon Shell shot A R FJeher We Dr 8 R OBryaii of Moaieyvllle has Wlaohos Jams Lewie U Max wit COflPANY HBNRY KOBHLBR far kUllag Mm Cam Lewis mads kfo boaght the Moaebarger Hrojtttty near A Former Citizen IrviBfto aad is bulldlag a two story several oar loads of UH0IOB WAL want He will wove addJtbpi to the dwelling y Mr aud Mn J A ftoyd ef Header NUT LOGS Will pay bjgHest eash Qnetttoa of Wage thW fall aenjkavejtut returned from a tea days pries Tbey also buy FOFyR and 14 Tk Laurel tobtaaew home London Ky St The addition whlehwtU measare 18 attorn trjp They were At Old Point HARDWOOD LUMBBR la mixed cars eonl mtoee wr shut down by Mmr will Improve his prepertT Oowfert Virginia Beaeta Newport News Th minors by 4o utrUte t Um miner Write them at Louisville Ky V and operator art apart on tho auesolo if r gtaty hI make him a haadsom rset and Fortewewth N Y and spent one wages- at- - Jrnk on the sesau 6y of Now Postmaster XeettyvUte has this Mr X F Mr Boyd and fmlly moved fro J W Hombaek has resigned as pest the eontraot tor building plat to HewlwsM whets Mr Boyd neaer at Franks He will wave to aeeaptsd the pesMott of foreman b the Clifton Milk whe U M KoGsotbbu Unioa Mays basi he will easjegs la ling inarehanr has qualified as trustee Thslr ftaMls ronnd house M that pla the mill bosUsss B Ward Fank has ieaaist for John FeaBwiek who has n Pnelpa Walker a hdgbt yooat been aopolntnd o All tha vneny adjusted a luitaW ol bt pleasant onttf Bswlejville has bom It Is a artiooi oi KwaW WHU Carbtjt Add sfhoulatNmlMTiU PUaSOd WHk Ob oyminimini inn 18 or 70 popU who m very much w Allrsd Fonbaas son of Wbf Henry Dnsjaa who reoeutly wont to while playing with n bofB TMwday Mi Walksr iysttml taps a eameat has boosht n ttuit annantnid aarboHo sold aooUontldlr Meant ocewiOB whs hs was tWNiy M Oklahoma nrosnsotin U alt hard at aaotion of land there eleven snJle from removed tan ootk and pa4lHUy hnmsd teoad t mm a JCrantUrMHid wld ho thinks SONM d aMUhwtios take msrrM work asodyiiic hla right am with the aelL tturouah man in the Intws make It hi home Ha aslves as if be were prassat the who period very ranch pJeased whh Ihf oonntry Oonstahta of pfsfftancy In snWaBsssssaw 8sllTiorahUIsabstMttat olttnenof ufriv nd com AH TayMThe protracted meeting at ths Ofr the Bowls tills aslghborhood baa boss fort HhuMdastcrnsUy andltraMS OSH tb hit than it lie All Taylor of Bosstto sold 3 bead of appointed to All the ottos of oowtabk Valley Baptist ahnnh stoned last 4 U wevots ami oxnfort iiiMliinnstn j-tha shnftih and a i leaden avesaniucwO ponbd to Jess la that district inV7L roonitett tkfcne e lieadsdM end rang eat w i wm m Mr wen many oooversionf bwastaT start im meuaf Bev rvavanoB100 hood of boa Taylor In now and pwMme Vf WHsrpfp feeding John Lnollo Dons ev FsmU and vomimtmd by Clond two fonrahla vlniatMi John LsoUn who awnoMnjo coo wan at m m iiimviiiiii iiiil hot b an Brown both awwddiod t anMolata S Xho asanasoM ef that oooaty hnvo oum- Tfinfi7WiUttoeafotoCM S4Mi Ut a Pas Mfaf aaithnotaotaoithii wooad ha Jo ta ott iiiiifBltrittit irftr onn not bribe tha Uluhi m Copy ot Mil iaM m iniji ii hlp wit uiti bookiol ff st ml w tW 91V DuUl Tai When ht Itvbtftoft oajl ost JUj it along n1 tittle now aai then with s OBP SwiS Baaams 40HtrKJfM0 liaseoi HERB1KK tha beat liver nwu- - Cain dsnleira in Qfooasaoa studim I Tinware nndUlaasvaM nf A K insner 0o r AtiaBta naJ UMAfI Prtcv 60 jti tlw STMf Ihls Hen k DEGREE Â¬ pels Ousoadens ice cream Ib still on tap at R k sftV- iafcSOlUTECTPlJRE ftUtlNl POWDER Sippels Alfred Maltlngly son pf OharlfB Mai tingly Is sick Have an oyster and celery supper at Makes the food more delicious and wholesome novM noma POWB6 oo wiw yowl Jule Sippels Walter Wilson of McQuady was in t twn yesterday Sippel leads the trade in fruit and fancy grocorios Tom Groyts is quite sick at his home in Toblnsport Ind Oranges and bananasBweet and sound to be bought at Sippels The finest salad celery salad Buy your celery from Sippel Orapea Grapes Grapes Sippel Is tho only man who sells them It is still warm enough to eat ice cream if it comes from Sippels Mr and Mrs John Neubeaur spent a few days last week in Owensboro September is the month to begin eat- Â¬ ing oystors Jule Sippel has a fine DROUTH Â¬ PASTURES CLOVER BY DR Â¬ kW FOOTB Irvlneton Ky Â¬ Â¬ supply Silas Pate of Hardinsburg was in town yesterday He rame down to see the rock crusher operate Mr J E Keith aud Rev W A Lusk are attending tho Salem Association which is in session at Stithton Mr J A Moorman of South Carroll ton and Mr and Mrs Lq Moorman of Leitcb field are at Jollys station visit- Â¬ ing the homo of Mr and Mrs J T Owen Mis Cbatles P Babbage and son Henry Ohailes who have been spending the Bummer with her parents Mr and Mrs Alex Boyd will leaye Saturday for their homo in Louisville Miss Forest Hardin and Mr Forest Haynes the teacher ot the public school at Holt spent Saturday and Sunday in the country the guests of Misses Maggie and Lucy McGavock Â¬ - Â¬ Volcanio Eruptions Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them also Old Runniug and Fever Corns Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Scalds Varts Cute Bruises Burns Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile Drives out Pains and cure on earth Aches Only 25 eta a box Cure guar-Â¬ Sold by Short it Haynes Drug- anteed igista jy it vMng The Hon firs Blackburn Dead J O S Blackburn was Â¬ Â¬ called home from Washington Sunday by the death of bis wife He was ac-Â¬ companied to Versailles by his daughter Mrs Thomas F Lanu Mrs Blackburn was a daughter of Dr Christopher Columbus Graham the centenarian and one of the most noted Kentucklans of his day She has been a great sufferer from heart trouble for many months Jo Blackburn Jr and Miss Corinne Blackburn were with their mother during her illness and at her death The Farm Journal has nearly two million readers each issue jt is putting in a new press that will print 900 copies a minute j it is the beat farm paper in America and it pleases the women folks all to pieces We have made a special arrangement by which we are able to send the Farm Journal far the balance of 1800 and all of 1000 1001 1002 and 1003 nearly five years to all subscribers of the Brkckknbiixik News who pay a year in advance Mrs Isaac Drinkwater Dead Mrs Isaac Drinkwater died at her Tuesday Ind home in Toblnsport She was 45 years old Mrs Drinkwater waa taken ill two weeks ago with remittent fever She bad been bedfast for a Â¬ 3 ii ii up-to-d- period of fifteen years Mule Show Mr G N Lyddautbe proprietor of tLe Mt Maple Block farm will have his mule show at Irviutou Saturday after noon Sept SSnl FREE TO NEWS READERS uo bn Â¬ iat A Curs for Blood and Skin Diseases Exze ma Pimples Seref la Bells Bleed Pelws Oaaoer Eta can be siloed Those who have no silos could plant a few acres in psas and turn It the stock when pastures fail and your sadness will be turned to delight Two or three acres planted thickly to sorghum will furnish succulent food for quite a lot of stock fur a considerable drouth period or you can sow a fdw acres to corn 1 bushels per acre and cut and pure for bay and spread a shock or two out for the stock every morning and you will hardly know that the drouth is on In case you are disappointed by the drouth falling to come then you can store tho Boiling crop for winter use and it will uot como amiss How strange it js that farmers will pay so little attention to providing good food for their stock during the drouth of aummer and through the howling blasts of winter Instead of trying to see how much stock you can starve through the winder try to see how much sood food you can get the stock to consume without waste Many farmors commence feeding entirely too late in the fall thinking th4t they are sating feed Tnisls a great mistake and no part of economy It is a bad method of doing business to say the least of it N I am more and more convinced all the time that the farmers are grow- Â¬ ing too little corn Do not be content with simply sowing but see to it that it makes a good catch Quit wasting time and monev trying to gro w clover with a nurse crop wheat or oats but prepare land nicely and seed to clover rignt and get a paying orop If land is too poor to brlng clover sow it to peas the first year and it will grow clover the next year I am free to say that in my opinion there are not a dozen farmers in our county that half appreciate the possibilities of clover and the value it could be made us I cannot speak ot clover without recalling the beautiful and witty re- Â¬ sponse of the late Col Robt G Ingersoll in sending a letter of regret to the Clover Club of Philadelphia A wonderful thing is olover it makes me think ot honey and eream that is to say industry and contentment that is to say the happy bees In perfumed fields and at the cottage gate old Boss the bountiful chewing satisfactions sud in that blessed twilight that like a bsnsdletlon falls be Â¬ tween all toil and sltep This olover makes me dream of happy hours of childhoods rosy cheeks of dimpled babes of levlug wives and honest men of springs and brooks and yiolete and all thereis of painless jny and peaceful human life A wonderful word Is olover Drop the O and you have the happiest A and R and you have the only thing 5 of mankind Take away the V that makes a heaven of this dull and barren earth Cut eff the R alone and there remains a warm deeeitful bud thai sweetens the breath and keeps peaee in oountlew homes whose masters D 2 frequent elubs Wo aro again in the midst of our annual or old time drouth as John Gould would say It is not mentioned by any of our old timers who moved in hero right arter the war of 12 that they remember any other so complete and ready made a drouth falling out of the sky and getting so quickly to work as the one we aro now struggling with and if some one were to let loose a bull against it as once did a Pope against a comet there would be a great dust kicked up to start with Pastures well there are no pastures only dry parched fields to burn the noses of stock Cattle and sheep are actuaJUy losing weight dally oome are even drawing on tho winter supplyof food already rather than see stock lose in weight This makes eight raontha winter and means that most farmers will have poor stock in the spring This drouth is widespread extending through Ohio and east as far as New Yorlc Beef cattle will in consequence be rushed on the market to depress present prices while dairy products have already advanced to 25c for the best butter and higher prices to come yet Though it must be admitted that the high prices of beef cattle have stimulated activity in butter by sending many cows to the shambles and causing many who were previously engaged in making butter to turn their attention to the production of beef St Paul talks very plainly about these Christians who change every time the wind blows another doctrine I like to see a man make a hobby of his business for it always makes him study it and he becomes progressive Mistakes he is sure to make and while these serve to make him wiser they also delight his envious neighbor who holds to grandfather traditions and grows fat in rejoicing over disappointments that come to another from new ventures etc But back to the drouth What are we going to do to outflank it I have long ago learned to prepare for the worst instead bt toexpect the best The only thing that can be done is to prepare a few acres and plant some soiling crops to take us through a snap like this Of course the silo enables one to combat drouths and long winters bet- Â¬ ter than anything But it is not for every one to have a silo right soon at any rate With the silo or 1 had better say silos for a farmer needs a summer silo as well as a winter silo ho caa out and store different feeds at different times in the year and open up and go to feeding his stock at any time he pleases whether it is August or January The beet crops for the silo are corn sorghum peas beans or clover Any and all of these make good ensilage and you can store as many dlfTerenkcrops in the silo either separatsor together as ydu wish The largest siTo that I know of in the United States is that belonging to the Polk canning establishment at Greenwood Ind Even the bulla from the peas are stored In this im- Â¬ mense silo for their dairy herd the milk from which goes to Indlatapolis I mention this merely to give Borne idea of the great variety of feeds that C Â¬ aig bwiUkttobeualtart r x nL m - wnritr tbm sjnsssBanieinnsBjyv - w- - i m - in aammiiBm - oyWb0INi1lht i ii iiiiti 9 tha 1 I Bad Blood eausee Blood and Skin Di Â¬ seases Brandons Pimples Bsrofnls Bating Sores Uloem Ohmst Besema 8kfa Soabe Eruptions and Boms oa Children Rheumatism Catarrh Itohlag Rumors Kto For these troubles a pes ave snoiflo cure is found in B B B Botanic Blood Bain thn most wonder ml Wood purifier of the age It has been Utoronghly tested for the past thhrty years and has always oared oven the most ason seated pscsistaat oases attar doatora and patent mediolaes bad all foiled B B B cures by driving out of tho blood the poisons and humors whloh sense all these trodhles and a oars is thus mads that hi perm neat Blood Foiaon producing OonW gioaa Xrnotwast Swollen Glands Uloarated Throot aad Month Etc eared by B B B ths only nmsdy that can armmlly oars thin troaUe At drajajntfa tl pot hvnphomle six forgo bottles fall tf moat tf fo every render of tho Mavt mar tset B B B we will eeod a trial bottle tree Write today Medical ad vfoa Fava Address Buwu Bm Co 313 Mitchell St Atlanta O KSJ3 Netlee to Old Scldfors There will be a reunion of the survi vom of the S7th Kentucky Infantry volunteers of the Civil war at Silaabeth town Ky on Wednesday aad Thursday Oot4thaud oth The ltfth Kentuoky andasth Knntaekv Infantry will unite with as in this meeting sod all Federal and Confederate soldiers in adjacent ooaattes are earnestly invited to meet Re with as and eay tha oitaeion daosd rates on railroads will beglvea T Net Per apses Buitok BanoKKHHiDaB Nnws I want to say throngh year paper that tho Item whloh appeared la tha Kirk column last week whloh said I bad been HooomiHOMUatnft lepaUioM bat am for Goebel Is fofoe to ths bottom lam now and always export to remain an uneomatomfoiHt Bopablloan aad am going to vote for Taylor thisfolL Since tttb RMoBkatk Obalrman Committee I hoard Qosbels spoaehon September lam ooavinosdhsfo not a fit man tor a uofswor Louts Aowooo HJWllaobttrg Ky 1 BapfjB BmmaJfsBiwaTaBBBBnBBasaais -- Mi4r vu VPfi proper mMaia ft ly w Bbt aow foaos He fo also lowering the aohjooi Monday with five paj4l floor of the mow oeeopied By Mao will fern aMiosamr Mass Annie hn Judith Miller wbteh will asalfo tho hsJ uamv yosf1 sxasMdoaos Iu m eosMaodt school room with tittle chlldrrn wbofo eatahlfohBMint to the UOTN IOK W18 hue oue oao and an patic - Kla4ersftosi Schuof MfoiAoni Baltt opened her ttttfo brht oaamt n o iuat iiaalk j I k sfmiLz i fif nrMafniTaasfifli mtla SJaal is W main1iiltTTiiifri1J s l - Tfc fi iiiiiiinmmVifltirTfr r 1altiiilailirfr it fii niHM m CELEBRATION rfTTVijC SENATOR GOEBEL I NEW FORM OP POSTAL MONEY ORDER EXHIBIT the B HANK OF -- SerRHii Charge Brought Against Him by ill Of The Poet Offloa Department baa adop Of Kentucky Products at ted new f mi of dotneetic money ardor Southern Exposition whloh will be Introdooed gradually or M ppi hsHtated HAKDrNSBUEG - 0uh 0m form Weed the Charge Laid at Ms Doer None fraught With m Mwck Danger Tbe Weed a weekly Journal of to baeeo published at Louisville dree tbe following ehota at Senator Goebel How la the world does Senator Goe bel expect to be Governor of tbe great Stato of Kentucky after announcing tbe faot that he neither chews smokes or By gad Sab he ia not a true drinks Kentuokian that forbids himself the pleaaurea of Indulging in what has given ua tbe greatest distinction tbe world over And to add to all this in a State where pretty girls ate as tbiok as files in August tbla very same man that is asking to be honored with tbe Governor- Â¬ ship has given our girls the cold heart and remains a bachelor Goebel is a brilliant man in many ways but tbe gal lantry of old Kentucky will hesitate before voting for a man that with im punlty passes so many good things by If the Senator promises to do better in the future there may be a chance of bis becoming Governor of Kentucky Â¬ Â¬ at tbe various poet oflees throughout the oonntry after the 4th of September mat moriTi wtxrvum or thk rrw fomm Tbe new form Se somewhat smaller than the order now in nee Ite dime stone are about those of the ordinary bank draft It has two adjuncts the advice or noiUloation to be sent by tbe issuing to the paying postmaster la a reprodne Uoa of the order through the use of carbonised paper the manifold process and a receipt for the amount to be fur nished by the issuing postmaster to the remitter On tbe back of the order a separate space has been provided for the stamps of banks through which it may be dmom - fleeting cf ComailsskHtcra HsM at Frankfort R F BEARD President WILL UILLK Vlot Prssident M H BBABD CMLmr ORBJJB KKSIDGE I DIRECTORS J M JOLLY PAID ON TIME Â¬ A Frankfort special says INTtftCST Tbe commissioner selected by Gov Bradley to prepare an exbibftof Ken toekysreewreeeaad industries to be die putyed at the Great Soother KxpoeUloM to be held in New York city next month held their first meeting here and set on toot the work of preparing it The eom mission la headed by Agricultural Com missioner Laoas Moore and made up of tbe Mayors of the leading towns of the State Those in attendance at the meet Â¬ DEPOSITS 4 TD Renfrew DENTIST Â¬ The Kidney Complexion The pal sallow sunken cheeked die tressud looking people you so often meet are b filleted with kidney complexion They may also have indigestion or suffer from sleeplessness rheumatism neuralgia brain trouble nervous ex- Â¬ haustion and sometimes the heart acts badly The cause is weak unhealthy kidneys Usually the sufferer from kidney dis Â¬ ease does not find out what the trouble is until it is almost too late because tbe first symptoms are bo like mild sickness that they do not think they need med- Â¬ icine or a doctor until they find them- Â¬ selves sick in bed Dr Kilmers Swamp Root will build up and strengthen their weak and dis- Â¬ eased kidnoys purify their diseased kid Â¬ ney poisoned blood clear their complex- Â¬ ion and soon they will enjoy better passed for collection In color tbe order is blue having a light bine ground with fine closely in- Â¬ terlaced tinted lines of geometrioal lathe work of darker shade In the center is an escutcheon bearing the words Postal Money Order in shaded capital letters of the same two tints of blue The tint of the order and the lathe work will serve to prevent imitaÂ¬ tions but as an additional safeguard against counterfeiting a horizontal water-mark composed of the initials U 8 M 0 in broad capital letters has been wrought into tho paper on which the new forms are printed ADVANTAGES OF THK NKW TOXOt SPECIAL Via EXCURSION Jp4KKEfr TJJT2X SCHEDULE STATIONS Time Fare STATIONS Time Fare Lv UNION DEPOT West Point Howard Willowdale Bock Haven Long Branch Guston Irvington 1210 AM Brandenburg Ekron Webster Lodiburg Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Oloverport f Holt 160 645 648 160 150 656 150 702 160 708 717 160 140 725 733 140 140 740 130 747 130 756 802 130 125 807 816 125 820 125 125 823 835 am 125 150 Lv Skillman Hawesville Petrie Falcon Lewisport Waitman Powers Patea Owensboro 851 am 125 901 116 Mattingly Griffith Reads Stanley Worthington Spottsvill Baskett 10 10 10 15 10 18 908 913 923 929 938 949 959 116 116 100 100 100 100 90 90 80 70 60 lAr HENDERSON 1026 1033 10 41 1048 1100am 40 30 20 RETURNING TRAIN LEAVES HENDERSON AT 1030 PM You can not afford to stay at home It will be the grandest celebration and jeunion of Colored People even held since the War In addition to a grand Street Parade there will be Horse RacineBicycle Racing Ball Game Balloon Ascension and other amuse ments which will enable you to spend a pleasant day - Through the process mentioned the carbon or manifold process the order and the advice are produced simultan Â¬ eously By the same operation the es sential particulars of name of payee date amount and place of payment aa written in the order are duplicated or reproduced and made to appear in the advice precisely as in the order The liability to mistake is thus greatly les- Â¬ sened and a saving of time effected Discrepancies betwoen order and advice Bean the if The Kind Ywl Hara AlWJfS BwgM which by entailing additional corre- Â¬ spondence and causing delay in payment have heretofore been a source of THE SOUTH LEADS annoyance to the Department and postmasters aa well as to remitters and payees are prevented and absolute uni- Â¬ Has More Men In the Volunteer Army formity between the order and advice Than Any Other Section of health the Country You can get the regular sizes at tbe insured The despatch of advices which hitherto have not been made out Until A special to the Ohioago Times Herald drug storo at fifty cents and one dollar or you may first prove for yourself the after iosue of the orders will also be ac- Â¬ from Washington says AdjL Gen Corbin is making a state wonderful virtues of this great discovery celerated The receipt which is to be furnished ment showing the contributions of the Swamp Boot by Bending your address by the issuing postmaster to the remit- Â¬ various States and Territories to the to Dr Kilmer Co Blnghamton N Y He makes the surpris for a sample bottlo and a book that tells ter showing the number and date of the volunteer army ing announcement that Georgia has fur- Â¬ all about it both sent to you absolutely order and the amount for which issued free by mail When writing kindly is also in the main a reproduction by nished more volunteers than any ottier mention that you read this liberal offer the carbon process of the writing and State in the country her quota exceed- Â¬ stamping on the order hence must ing that of Illinois by nearly two hunin the JJbhckknuuxie Kkwb neceFsarily agree therewith The adop- dred men He says that in general the tion of a receipt has not been hitherto South has furnished more men relative CAPT DREYFUS practicable It will tend to popularize to population than the North COLLEGE CHUM the postal money order supplying more The District of Columbia has furnished than all else what was needed to make the largest percentage of any State or Mr Hip Judy a resident of Bloom it in the estimation of the public a per- Â¬ Territory compared with its population Among the Northern States Massachu Â¬ field has been watching with unusual in- Â¬ fectly satisfactory vehicle for the transterest the proceedings of the Dreyfus mission of small sums Possession of setts leads in spite of the anti expansion case and tho verdict of the court martial the recoipt will give the remitter a feel- Â¬ crusade of New England was received by him as almost a personal ing of security On the back of it ho blow although not with surprise Mr may make for his own convenience a f sHEflaaaStSsBMASv Judy who is a member of the Jewish memorandum of the name and addreta race was born in France and was a of the person to whom the remittance is NERVOUS WEAK schoolmate of Capt Dreyfus His per made and the purpose for which it is sonal knowledge of tbe character of the sent Production of the receipt will accused causes him to Believe that Oapt greatly facilitate reference to the records DISEASED MEN Dreyfus is incapable of an act of treason if it become necessary for the remitter to When the prisoner waa first arreted make application for a duplicate order NO CURE NO Mr Judys French instincts rose to a high or inquiry aa to whether the original has Till NEW METHOD TREATMENT tension immediately and without a been paid and here again a saving of a win pomim vn lortainai tlmo will be effected uvely oure lortver any lorm m moou or thorough knowledge of tbe case he beKaYnul HImmlm It U tha Toso It of 90 In shape and size the new order is experience in tbe treatment of came a strong anti Droyfusite and was leeedUeues deemed a decided improvement over inclined to believe him guilty aa charged any other form of money order hitherto WE CURE SYPHILIS But as soon as the evidence in tbe case came out and he toot tho matter under adopted by the department Its dimen Tht terrible Blood Poison the terror of mankind yields readily to oar NKW careful consideration his opinion stuni being about those of the ordinary Beware of Meroury TREATMENT Potash etc They may rain your ystem changed materially He began to realize tank draft it may be conveniently If you have loree in the inouthor tongue that like the rest of the French subjects hmdled when mixed with different pafna in the dolnU tore throat hair or kinds of commercial paper It is be- Â¬ reDrowi iaiung outpunpior piovcuee and former subjects he had been hasty elomaeh derancement sore eye head- aebe etc you have the secondary etace in his judgment aa a result of a naturally lieved that the obange made In this reÂ¬ ot thli Blood 1oieon We eolleit the spect will be heartily approved by banks loyal feeling for tbe old Republic most obstinate oases and ohallence the trnyM fai it mla ta aAAMit for treatment Mr Judy is now of the opinion that an and business people generally and oannot cure By oar treatment the I That the new order may win its way oleers heal the hair Brows astai Paa I Innocent man has been convicted He disappear ueSKin Deoomesneaiuiy nuu is not in sympathy with the French Gov- Â¬ to public favor by Its simplicity clear Â¬ Hwmaga is jwwiuiu uu r ernment in its cruelty to the former ness and adaptability great care hca CURES GUARANTEED been taken to give it this character by prisoner of Deylla Island Thousands of Tonne and mlddle aaed arrangement of its parts by avoiding Mr Judy was in college with Oapt men bare ineir vwr ua tiuuut wpfjad surplusage in the text or wording and by early abases later eseesms mental Dreyfus for some time and is perhaps worry etc No matter the oanse oar better acquainted with his personal traits by using plain tvpe and excluding what New Method Treatment is the refuse than any other man in the United States ever would be merely ornate design WECUREIMPQTENCY The postal money order system from And restore all parts to a normal condiKeep it in Your Home a small beginning in 1864 when the tion Ambition life and energy are re And when the bowels fall to act proper- Â¬ number of money order pott offices es newed and one feels UJmseii a man arnoctr men Bvery ease is treated indi ly take a dose of Lyons Laxativjc tablished in the United States was 410 TUHaUT no eare all henee our wonder ful sueoees No matter what alls yon SvRor It acts gently but effectually on has grown to be one of the great indisÂ¬ eonsult us confidentially We oan furthe kidneys liver and bowels will keep pensable agendas of exchange nish bank bonds to guarantee to aeeomThere pit w what we oiaua your system in good working order and are now about 30000 such offices The number of domestic money orders issued make your complexion olear CURED in tbe United States during the past He Paid 4000 Por a Kiss year was oyer 90000000 amounting in A well known and beautiful English value to 210000000 The system is actress having beard of the exploit of used most extensively for remittances an American sister of the stage in offer from places where bank exchange la not iNl for ing a kiss at auction and being asked to eo readily obtainable While supple Â¬ INT assist at a cbarlty bawr announced that menting faoilltlea for intercourses be Â¬ DRB a eareaa from her own rosy lips would be tween populous osnters it- - has its own given to the male willing to pay moat for special field supplying means for the 1 It The bidding waa brisk and had ad Â¬ safe and cheap transmission of money W vanced to 150 when the sum of 1000 where other ageneies for tbe purpose CINCINNATI O was oflfered This put all other amorous oould not be sttoeessfally maintained competitors qut o tbe race and the In the adoption of the new term of tSelftsuCSKEXjLlAKlKu f blushing actress turned to the parohaeer order tite interests and prWnuuM tha colonel of one of the British line the patrons of tbe system no less than HAIR SWITCH resjtoents who came forward bat in economy of administration having been ON KASY OOMOITKMW stead of sipping the aweetnew himself duly eonsldered and it is therefore con Out Ms ad eat mod neil to a BKil ell waiBle of joir htiree MiesetotM p reseated his lluie fiveyear oW grand fidently expettsd that it will lead to en Â¬ mv wi raolft i i wutmun tea u4 JO by mmll son explaining that he had nurcbaeed hance ia no small degree the popularity aw tWITJtt T Ealr IbOBM lOAK rrou the kiwi as a birthday present for him of this method sf making remittances ftfcort sUm Wi wuliMiaM tiS oan iiViX sssiBSBS la expeoisd that on or about January Tbe aetrM took the child In bar arm It lorstwmll to wKSi but if found auMir as llJMIlia Mill and dteebaqeed the debt with interest 1 next the fee eWmy for orders will be mow straonnuarj Talaa iski voa lsa and tbe obiritylu wkjoh the colonel materially Mdoosti ST Si k SUCM MHwa rowr rrlwea aud wa Interested was tbe rlefcer by 4000 Eases la Tak th S iwUoImi for the trfMHkUds whim It to IM mid Mf1 The finsst qoaMsY f Ion usr U sed though that Utegdlaaitoolmial did not in Um uwnnUotoj If OhambstiAus w go kiaekw alL Padaoah Â¬ ing were Mayor Rhinook of Ooyingtou Mayor Townsend of Bowling Green Mayor Small of Owensboro Mayor WilWork lis of 8helbyvllleund Mayor Dehoney of Frankfort It was determined by tbe commis- Â¬ A SPECIALTY sioners present to make uran exhibit consisting of minerals coals oils iron day asphalt agricultural products to bacco hemp and timber The Madison OFFICE OVER Square Garden horse show will be held at tho same time as the Exposition and lleston Willis Gos Hew Store a number of blooded horses from the OLOVERPORT EY Bluegrasa region will also be made a pait of the exhibit The general expense of preparing the exhibit will be paid out Offloe la Hear of Moorman Owen of money in the agricultural fund set Drug Store apart for snuh purposes but contribu- Â¬ tions from private sources will be solici- Â¬ ted and expected from those to be di- Â¬ rectly benefited by the display A let- Â¬ ter will be issued by tbe commissioners to the owners of mineral and timber lands and of other interests to be repre- Â¬ L sented inviting them to confer with the commissioner in their locality regarding the specimens to be sent The exhibit will bo prepared here by Commissioner Guarantees satisfaction In all kinds Moore and each specimen properly la- Â¬ of Dental work beled with the county from which it i came and the name of tho contributor CLOVERPOPJ KY Â¬ Crown and Bridge - Â¬ Dr J MOORMAN Dentist OASTOH1 Â¬ J H Hunsche Â¬ The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Casper May Everything thats good In Â¬ Â¬ Co IND OANNELTON Â¬ Â¬ LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE INSURANCE Furnished Â¬ GEORGE Sf CASPERKE V BHANDSNBURQ Jewelry and Insurance KBLnTUOICjr MALARIA ANTIDOTE Â¬ HUGHES TONIC SPLENDID OENERAL TONIC NOTE The New orraula is very pal atable and more effective than Quinine PAYS Â¬ Played Out I Run Down just what you need Promotes Healthy Appetite Strengthens You will feel better after senoud dose TRY IT I Better than Quininebecause it regulates Liver and bowels invig Â¬ orates the whoiesyqtem It will do the work no after depreÂ¬ ssionno buMlng ears or deafness Â¬ CERTAIN CURE For Ohills and Malaria fevers guaranteed AT DRUGGISTS accept any Substitute Dont 50c and 100 Bottles Â¬ ROBINSON PETTET KY CO laeereorated Â¬ LOUISVILLE 250000 m LYONS TRADE JUTAHK Kennedy Kergan Fourth St 22 LAXATIVE iflP m Â¬ FREE I Â¬ Â¬ wmmw wm SYRUP NATURES CURE FOR I CONSTIPATION A DEUGKTFtJl LIQUID LAXATIVE made front weU taowa UiaUre principle of uie care or isnniw rruiu lor tiTer Mck naoic- hsj uqsuun BtaJ Torpid aene ajtS an Mraagerf condltlfaa of tbe kld uaye nrer ana oowejs on accutint or its Pfeaeant areatauc flavr and lack of lujurt M ormn It U an ideal rrmedy frr cbtKltea an wall la adulta Majinf adored bv Hr LTUrf MKOIOni B 00 Uxiuviij tn FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL ON TICKET AGENTS Jl M MoORAOKEN OCNKAAL BUKRINTtNMNT EDOAB HILL TftAfftft MxMMKJt r First served so march up and pay tor the Bmbkwmimb Nbw a year ahead ThtowUl aware that good little pa the Fan Journal for the baUase st 1880 and all of ltttO mi 194 awl IMS awMi fire yean without any Shall w hear from you farther within otM weak T iaher in Register pr Ooufh Remedy dttMrooins4 1ft Hs preparation give it favor 4nUr to lust of mapls syrup mnkinf it volt gUnsant to take As a medicine Is ua sure of e Mbe colds lagrippe crofcp and whoop Â¬ ing oMwb it is uMtiUAwd ny nay other It always cures and cures quickly r tale by A R Fisher Oloverport R 8 Nhellmao titepnensport OtpiKi MHV Sm U aSt ftmlMii est MttrM Mas Ik fthS wstte rM Hair ErwfHMium GhMMtfo WHEN DOES YOUR BUB SCRIP HON TO THE NEW0 aM FOB 8AIK MV LXPIKtr e m t tl amiWIiHMMWWiH fiMsriyjlBBiHswBWBBnnsssssrssssssllssssssi -- flfnssfLhflrieira ilB jja nmnainWnlltrfilliKIBlftiiin ai ia - lie ill ii li i hi iimlit f Ai - fa isikitetfP rfe- - it - II --- -- - - - w t y i -- r Breckenridge WEDNMDaY WTO News 1800 A ORBAT OftftBR FfcTM Jem-ml-Pre- Pall Shopping Mis Ids Ntttlafliam of UuIonStor sad Mm Walter Barter of Preston w in town Friday dotrg their fall shoMtag Wafts here they made a oallat tbi Waws oBloe j - W Bis SprlHjc Mr Alex atoatfomery Is building a 193 Nearly PIve Ymm 5 tWHMtory rase dwelling bsase asse Wg Spying He Is s large stosk buyer ia By epeciel arrangement made wlt tbe that sesttoa sad a mighty elever msa publisher of the Farm Journal we are We congratulate you Mr Montgomery nabled to offer that paper to ever eob-oa your prosperity oriberwho pays for the Brbckbmiiiikix Kkws one year ahead or enl 1 both Secretary Rest Per Vise President papers for the prloe o ottrs ontyj oar OhicaooA speelal from Wehlagloa paper oae year and tbe Farm Journal Bays There was whUerlpg fa pelUMwl from bqw to December 1018 nearly five olreles that Blihu Boot WfktyCt war years The Farm Journal is an old is likely to be the administration candi established paper enj ytng great popa date for the nomination of Viae Presi If lift one of the beet ami most useful dent farm papers published Da Nst Be Imposed Us Title offer should be Accepted Always insist on getting Foleys Hon- Â¬ without delay ey and Tar as it la postively absolutely aud unqualifiedly the best cough medi- Â¬ In Town cine Accept no substitute A B Fish Col Washington D Holt of Holt er Oloverport K A Witt Hardlnsspent Thursday in Oloverport burg kr Nw to Deem rW its usual excellency No efforts are being spared to have the best Fair ever held A perfect Mid way of Side Shows should be on hand free space being given to all Side Shows of good repute The of 189 promises more THE DAVIESS COUNTY FAIR A3STD 7 33 33 4 than Fair -- Â¬ A WILD WEST SHOW FREE TO ALL Â¬ This popular performance will be an attraction worth more than it costs to see all the bhow Fine exhibition of stock Trotting pacing and running races have never been equaled by any other Fair and this year will be no exception Merchants display and other features in Floral Hall have already engaged all Address Othe Secretary at Owensboro Ky for Premium List or other in the space that is available v Â¬ t 4 sJ Principal of Normal School From Holt Kentucky Captain and Mrs A J Gross of Hoi t Mr K Harman writes from Abbeville spent Thursday in Oloverport the guests Miss that he wants to heat from his Kentucky friends through the columns of Mrs J R Deflaven of the BaBCKKNBiDQE Nkws He baa Mrs nike rfammaaA Father charge of the Abbeville Normal School Mr Dhonau a prosperous farmer in which is a prosperous ten months school the Tar Fork neighborhood died last and employs four teaclfere week He was more than eighty years iui nuurum lur tup uuiauua ui uuu old and has been falling for some time and all of 1900 1001 1002 and 1003 riearJ e was the father of Mrs Mike Ham ly Ave years to every subscriber who an will pay one year in advance for the Bhbckenhidcik News No better farm Selling Out paper than the Farm Journal This off-Â¬ Mr J B Blee farmer and merchant er is only made to a limited number bfTar Fork has sold his land in that vi the first who come forward cinity and will close out his stock of merchandise as soon as posible He ex Large Private Sale of Tobacco For Italy pecta to locate In Hardlnsburg where he will engage in business L B Blalock Sons of May field have i made tbe largest private tobacco sale Attention Democrats that has ever been made in this part of Dont fail to attend the precinct meet Kentucky They sold tho Italian con ings at tho various voting places on the tractbr 5H0 hogsheads of leaf which av- Â¬ 23d to nominate a candldatefor magis Â¬ eraged about 760 per hundred The trate in the Bewleyvillo Magisterial Dis- Â¬ Bale Involves about 75010 Tho trans- Â¬ trict Eorca St Clair action attracted considerable attention District Chairman on account of the magnitude of it Have Returned Mr Frank Lander of Hawavilje accom- Â¬ panied by his sister Mrs Eliza Webb and Miss Ruth Graham of Louisville have returned from a pleasant summer trip They visited Niagara Fallp New York and other Jkastern cities Foul Play is Feared Cannelton Ind 8ept 15 Steve Ruth erford a stone contractor living six miles from this city left home last Fri Â¬ day for Owensboro to employ a stone cutter for a Job of bridge work he was engaged in He came to this city got a bottle of medicine for his wife and tying 05 in bills around it left it for her and crossed the river He has not been seen or heard from by the family His father years ago disÂ¬ appeared in a similar way and was never heard of again Fdnl play is feared formation DR J H HICKMAN President J Â¬ W CARTER Secretary Z THE LATEST IN FALL MILLINERY Now is the llmo to buy our fall hats and we are all interested in tho newest styles Every one can be suited for this year there are no impossible col- Â¬ ors The crust brown the mode and a duller shade the moose aro seen frequently Bern in two shades is very popular Thero is a beautiful rose pink much gray ana a great deal of white and black as always is not lacking in the imported combinations of color The Pompadour shaped hats are this year severely plain and the large hats of which there are very many turn directly on one side with a very plain bandeau There is not as much trim- Â¬ ming as there was last year and plumes are largely displaced by handsome birds and bird breasta A surprising new box turban shapo is the English It is rightly named its dimensions being exactly those of a circular box Made in black or other hues of velvet it is found becoming to almost every face In the Effie Shannon shape there is an imported hat in black and white with long black velvet ties and applique trim- Â¬ ming of white satin and cut steel orna meats A turban of miroir velvet in serpent gray Bea gull crowned with a paradise aigrette There are two gray plumes and cut steel ornaments The black fish scale trimming is freely used and under the crown at tbe side is a bandeau of the two shades of velvet The new rose rosettes are shown In turquoise crust brown and ecru The hats for children this year are especially tasteful One seen in an im- Â¬ porters display is entirely in white It is a large flat hat with a shirred silk fold around the brim trimmed in a pompa- Â¬ dour rosette of white silk a bunch of ostrich tips and steel buckles Tbe brim is turned slightly to the front with a small bandeau with steel trimmings Small butterfly bows of white taffeta caught with steel buckles form a pretty part of the hat and the handsome ties of broad white taffeta gathered at intervals are another new feature Â¬ Peaches at Union Star Mr Lee Stewart of Union Star is the proud possessor of a peach tree which bore eight perfect peaches this year The tree stood near the house with one limb resting on it and bo was somewhafpro tected from the frost Tho eight peaches were all on this limb t p -- ii r Special Railroad Rates Tickets from Oloverport to Byansyille Ohio Valley Improvement Associa and return on sale September 18tb to tion Limited to return Sep- Â¬ Convention of the 22d inclusive Association tember 23d Fare 270 willboheldK OhidjMrov sltHoufifl Louisville Tickets from Oloverport to Louisville Ky Wednesday October 18th1889 The membership and others who may feel an interest in the work of the Aseocia tioa to wit The establishment of a permanent nylable stage of water in tbe Ohio river from Pittab rg to Cairo are requested to attend By order of the Executive Council and return on salq September 26th to 20th inclusive Limited to return Oc-Â¬ tober 2d Fare 220 Colored Excursion to Henderson Will leaye Oloverport at 835 a m September 22d Returning leaye Hender Â¬ son at 1030 p m Fare 125 for round trip- - John L Vanck President Attest E P Wilson Hcratar Jones Hayes Quietly in her mothers parlor with only a few friends to witness the cere- Â¬ mony Miss Dimple Hayes and Dr Alva Jones 6t Monette Missouri were united ia marriage by Rev J W BIgham Aug 6 1809 gt four oclock They left at once for their future home A regal pair in person eharaoter life we can only pre Â¬ dict for them the happiest of futures Mrs Joaes is a very aoeomplished moo ieianwhile her husband stands high Is his chosen work Slnoereet ooagratula Uoos of a host of friends fellow tbsm to their new home in which we believe the Christ will be given the place of honor Hardlnsburg Ky l CAPABLE MOTHEk The patrons of the common school in District Nj 1 in Breckenridge county are hereby notified that in accordance with section SO common school law a poli tax of one dollar has been levied on all persons having children who are ati tending or will attead to pay expenses incident to the comfortable conduct of actual warfare Npw according to the the school The limit fixed for the payment of Chisago Daily News it is proposed to experiment with the automobile in order these taxes is Nov 10 1800 and payment to determine what adyanteMB If any must be made to the Sheriff F Payne are poesess- s- by it oyer the bicycle sad on or before the expiration of that time tHe vehleleacommoBly employed in war He will be at his place of business at Payne Cos Hardware store to reÂ¬ ceive said taxes at any time At the expiration of the time above CAPABLE mother mujtbe a fceaUhy mother mentioned it will be the duty of the TheexDerienoeofraatsrnltyshoaldnotbeapprosohed Sheriff to enforce payment without careful physical preparation Notice Is ako given that all those who Correct and practical counsel Is what the xpeotaafcand wtfuld are delinquent oa last jeers taxes must bsraotaer nesds and this couruel she can seoure withoutoost by pay the ssate without farther delay writing to Mrs Ffnkham at Lynn Mass otherwise action will be taken to en- Mrs Cora Gilsok Yatss Maoists foree payweat at oace This Sept 0th Co Mich writes I860 Automobile In the Army With automobiles in use as delivery wagons as racing and pacing vehicles as carriages for collecting the mails and for accomplishing many other purposes it Is not strange that their proposed use on the battlefield is discueed with consider able interest About two years ago Lieut James A Moss of the Twenty fifth In Â¬ fantry sent a detailed report to tbe War Department of a military bicycle expe- Â¬ dition from a point in Montana to St Louis and bis report constituted a strong reeommeadatloB of the wheel use in NOTICE flARRIAQB PROPOSALS Welcome address Roscoe Laslie Response Miss Ellen M Stlth Importance of language lessons Miss Some That Were Made By Noted Per- Â¬ sons Margaret Smith DO How to teach intermediate reading Miss Mamie Seaton Lord Byron in 1830 seriously turned IF YOU DO WRITE TO The advantage and disadvantage of his thoughts to matrimony He confid- Â¬ morning exercises Miss Pearl Fella ed to a friend his intention of proposing Intermission to Miss Milbanke the daughter of Sir Recitation Miss Ellen G Robertson Ralph Milbanke The friend thought MONEY SAVED BY GETTING THEIR PRIOE8 ON The movements and position of the some other lsdy more suitable and agreed planets Prof Maple with Byron to write a proposal for him Etc How to secure the beet results from One day as the two were siting togeth- Â¬ arithmetic Newsom Gardner er Byron received a refusal from the lady The methods of teaching diacritics and You see said he that after all Miss in what grades it should be taught Miss Milbanke is to be the person I will LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 404 Vanah Over ton Accordingly he did bo write to her How to teach composition Miss Mary and the friend who was still opposed to AT HARDIN WILDER L Smith his choice on reading over the letter re-Â¬ 628 Fourth St Louisville Ky Brandenburg Ky What to do in case of an insufficiency marked It really is a very pretty letter of books or when other than the adopted It is a pity It should not go Then it book is supplied Prof F A Beavin shall go said Byron It went aud the School management Prof Milton result was the miserable marlage which Coke is now a matter of history Importance of Government How to The manner in which Edison the great teach Civil Government J O Basham inventor secured unto himself a wife Participles and infinitives Prof D S was a peculiar one A friend insisted to Every Wednesday and Thursday after the IN IRUINPTflN Roberts him one day that bis establishment 111 inVIIIUiUH Fourth Monday in Each Month How to teach current events W W needed a woman at its head but Edison Difficult work such as Bridges and Crowns a specialty Whallen asked whom he should marry Disgust Latest appliances used Good work guaranteed How to prevent whispering in school ed with the great scientists lack of sen Â¬ F W Haynes Not timent he replied Oh any one Relation existing among trustees long afterward Edison was standing be patrons pupils and teachers O A Ad bind Miss Sitwell a young woman Com- Â¬ kisson in his employ when she turned to him How to teach writing In primary and said I can always tell when you grades Miss Mary E Moorman To her astonare behind or near me How to Improve the ungraded schools ishment Mr Edison replied I have Discussion by the Association been thinking considerably about you of 1 Benefits derived from interest mani Â¬ late and if yoaare wiling to marry me fested by tbe trustees J O Ball H O I Bhould like to marry you ex- Â¬ This Where tbe Day Rate is 25 cents the Night Rafo will be 20 cents Pate and N W Hnndrick ceedingly business like proposal has re Â¬ in ii 20 Roscok LisLiz Vice Free sulted in the happiest ot unions it it 35 it 20 lirger health In faot he has become much enfeebled during the past three or four months It is believed the mental strain w At the Bulllt county falratKhepherds which he was compelled to endure dur- Â¬ ville Mrs G W Clarke and Mr P L ing tbe Spanish American war ia entirewere ly responsible for this Land duty will Smith both ot Shepherdsvllle married on the Judges stand about 4 it is believed restore him to robust oclock one afternoon The brideis fifty health The Brooklyn navy yard being two years old while the groom 1b only the largest in the country it is qulto nattwenty one and they had known each ural that Admiral Sampsons friends other only a few days Much excite should endeavor to place him in charge of it The rumor that he would be as Â¬ meni was caused by the event signed to duty In New York was first WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE Is circulated to day Owing to this being perfectly harmless and will remove a holiday the Navy Department officials evey worm It is also a tonic and by were not at the office and the rumor lis strengthening properties will restore could not be verified It seems to b e to pale cheeks the rosy hne of health sottled that Admiral Sampson will be continued in command of the squadron Price 25 eta A R Fisher until after the Dewoy celebation the latter part of the month Teachers Association Commandant Philip 1b one of the most Association in the The Teachers practical men who has eyer been in Second Magisterial District will be held at Hardins schoolhouse Saturday Sep- charge of the Brooklyn navy yard Everywhere his good judgement is tember 30th patrons and pupils are in- demonstrating his ability to handle men Teachers He is well vited to come and take part The as- and accomplish much work liked by tbe officers of the yard and all sociation will begin work at 10 oclock a the employes of the place m with the following program Opening exercises Supt Driskell of alt the institutions was much than in previous years Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE BRECKENRIDGE 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 Intermediate- - Preparatory Teachers 1 75 2 50 3 20 3 20 per month 8 20 per month Scientific 3 20 Classical 3 50 Music Board 175 to 225 per weok For farther information and catalogue address Â¬ D S ROBERTS Jr AB President HARDINSBURG KY YOU INTEND TO BUILD JP Lumber WILL COMPANY Doors Shingles Sash Blinds LOUISVILLE KY J F - HARDIN WILDER IDIEIfcTTISTS Telegraph The Cumberland Telephone Â¬ pany announces the following night rates to all toll stations in their territory These rates go into effect August ii i Hii Life Was Mr Bayed r i E Lilly a prominent citizen of Hannibal Mo lately bad a wonderful J ii ii 40 45 5Q 65 GO ii ii ii it ti it i it ii it ii it ti it it ii 20 2 26 SO ft0O sot boswe prsgaant ov8sfiie oas of roar books I wrote MySroubjfs ani asktag for advios fuss and oaiaful and was tffcttMdwJka lencorrhcsa I took patent medietas and oonsoltsd a physklaa but rsosiysd ho benefit and qoald tailing- - yoa Pxar Mrs Pinkham Two years ago I bfgaa bavin sack dull sayVdg 4na tuln in tnv HbaV mri am m J arivsd so ths Oust I oaaaoi grates h bssflt fc Lydia B Piakkams VsfsuW Com TV poond snoush I now ftnd yHk4 -- M prefnant sad aave bsgttti Its Zfl QMafaiiL I oaanot prtdM H aowgh I Yo an- followed i tV JBrA IssW Hr JHL 9s IsMr bbbbbY -b- - deliverance from a frightful death In telling of it he says I was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran into Pneumo- Â¬ My lungs became hardened I nia was so weak I couldnt even sit up in bed Nothing helped me Iexpeetedto soon when I heard of die of Consumption Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle J L Moorkak Chairman Trustees gave great relief I continue to use it Osas LisHTroer J MQjuwosy and sow am well and strong I cant This mar Â¬ say too muoh in its praise vellous medicine is the surest and quick Â¬ est eurein the world for all throat and lung trouble Regular slses 60 cents and AHO GENERAL NEWS TE Hay 100 Trial bottles free at Short ass Drug Store every bottie guaranteed All other messages the rates will be for night one half tbe day rate WANTBD B 9B BBS999 SKVKRAL BRIGHT AND ptrioni to represent u ax Mana gerila tbliandcloeeby counties Salary W a Straight bona fide no more year and expeaici na lets salary Istltloa permanent Oar refer aeei any balc In any town It it mainly office Kneloea Reference work conducted at home ielf ad4Fesed etamped envelope The Dominion Chicago Commnv Deft 3 DID YOU WANT t LADIES Something handsome in the way of a Fine Dinner or Tea Set If so I can suit you I have some of the beet English and German China Dinner and Tea Sots ever shown in this place h f s fill 7i P frtwaay Paris k to bays a street fair la Ostaber ADniRALSAHPSONS PUTURB DO YOUR SHOPPING BY PROXY Dont buy cheap inferior ware when you can get first quality China at aiese proe Cxtme and be convineed A full line of Fanoy Goods to brseen at all times and at the lowest prioea BRING YOUR PRODUCED TO MB HIGHSSul PRICES I PilY THB Two children died at BsrtfssisvUki l1realt fruta sjtlasfilplsa wswr awl- - V V May Be Made C ma4aat ef Brooklyn Navy Yard ths ffcatford Vt writs Dbar Mrs Punau X think Lydia B Pinkbama Cmponrnd Vftat t msdinlas I is asi took wrara WMm of it bafors tb Wrtk of ay baby and got aloaf akfty I had no sitsTf ajs Ids Pnticy MoultW pdns tad am now tntk joytaf good t - sbylsiaofataa y 1 iHw ftW fa ttofeit wimn jPantBAJ Ly4 i Baltir tak- - Bsai itf o a Lsssssssslrf fifJIaMa TOMibia health fcrBpnd I was itt lcom tKgnnt ii RVfmknam vJ sad I have bat sfates I bats tig baby II BBBBBBBBBBBSsB P sd it fltsr buy ihs Jof Boar Adailial Wllllaw T Sampse eommasder o lbs North Atlantis saaa4j Do you want an artlele that rsalttoraraofedaawogaavyorielalswilli be Tdeasd aside the Brooklyn asvy yard yw oannotgstin your own town jr CoIsob of Mtddlsskore Col D wasa wilted from sea ssnrisa Sesrsta kilt U Bn41s4 by a big ooaaarn in lor ohssbM coao ed to ale It Is SLoagsaaiBjssaids dotorpiasd to alase Loatgrflla sMok of has two wss fsoss of josftonslbts sosiUoa It so drop a latter about resovered an load sad ths Beooklya aavy yard H to ti sklawd assess to b las best also stating your assda v Ksatacklaji bS that eaa be given bias Oaptala Tatryv Rear Admiral Joba V7 Pallia who bsea nada rer dhrsi sad will as MISS ADDIE G DITTO suns oommaad of tbe battleship Jaws was la barge of the Texas aaatfa saw saiga Is the preesat eontataador at tke Us Is from Trigg eooaty Prohising AjMt Btookiya asvy yard He ass give L w4 a n a sarss ass UeKhroy Ma solorsd- gW ia isa MatU f sar ok Strut LoulsTtlla wss struck with astoa brs tas Xavy Desartsse t It is stated tfeati LouUyIUi Ky as will be given a place ia Wasbiagtoa colored boy while osseins front sskoeJ Istafjfw years af aga as will aeon b boy Mjw as sad died soon afr The kj ear did it ia sslissass IM tas flnary of las wy afeUay farnisa yoa tak afcsgiviai him all It expf p- isj Wji kwiBWWJ esrsB and assist you a alt opeadi aossietoasly for the isil loass aoaslMs sad will assign kiss tooth with all work sr ami winter tsraa Dessdts the Mtrm buying Hear Admiral Hampaoa is not ia good in luA 0k lh opfluiu attendance payl W SCHOOL SUPPLIES ET ETC ETC V R 9 P mm UP-T0-D- HIGGINS 4T GROOBR - S- I9l9ro HsT v isskiSKSssfivisaadlt y frhrMS Wsl si I sad mUl Send 250 to the BMcnuiBtjHui Kwe MOO fiilh aad tib Nw too cf chary for one year HaMaM -- udfttt tit - t ntJfiWh ixm t ftVfJigi -- WV S5 a - r MAW BlBCKBfRIDOE REWS sea BRYAN COMING IN OCTOBER MtANOfNBURQ Waea aad Rob Blohardaon an bavins a bc Una to Louisville this weak Frad Sober apaat Sunday with oan of tba bandaocaeat girls in thle or ary other aouaty Our merehaoto all have beautiful saw fallsjooda All that la needful it tba rnoaay to poasasa tbena Thaws tbs atoeat aaw girl baby at th Methodist paraostaga you evar aaw aad bar aru hearty ooaaataiattoaa The sarrioM at Book Oroya ahureh have dosed A sanaou aad baptism last Sunday at Sulphur Wells were tba osaduatoo Missus Ions Sulu aad Aanto Dowden are In Loutorllle love and Bula to taka itaaa la fall mUliaary aad Annie to vMt relatives Salem Association ooavsaea Wsdaes day at Stithtoa Several from bare will attend Miss Banish Foatala will he the guest of Miesea Sua and Bass Neil Sir Thomas Llpton is sanguine that tba Shamrock will carry to a foreign shore our Americas cup Wa on this side fad just as sanguine that tba Columbia will keep it on American soil Camp Herndon or Doe Run has broken up A sale was held last week to dispose of household effects Henry Herndon doesnt know whether he will run it another year or not Mr Caldwell of Rassellvllle Ky makes a most respectful inquiry of Mr Goebel as to bisebargee against James R Hallam Jr The people will expect and should demand a truthful outspoken Â¬ s jMrnvnMMMMnHMMMMM WEDNESDAY 8KPT M 1Mb mPkt BaMag IIMm rifris Date Postponed at the Request of Campaign Committee a EIGHT PAGES CAIN wW 1 tBAMKS W9 Hm4 tMffpM 1ST MM VAN SS MfJM PS HMb MfTlABlaB ssvaaw storyl far at to nto f I mM mi in Atrum ANNOUNGBMMHT Wi an aaBMfcW aa lb Homim Kaeraaaat Braahtarieaa Amhmi Ja A Barry f DhhtMIi Party M M Um Horn af tha aast Oaaaral AumMt Ksafdry aooordlagly aBas9aBHBaBBBBBBBBSaBr Cwtf h Lawir Kmt your eye oh the truth Mil veto Tbb roan who is oa the right road it ask any questions Jvnoa Takvin Goebel la for Bryan bat as to toat he otherwise Bbwabk of the man who makes it a badness to advertise his own greatness Oblongo Sept 16 Mr Bryaa at the reqaest of the iDomooratic Oampatga Oommtftea at KwMtaeky has postponed bis vtoH to Kentucky natil the middle of Oetober lia had written Senator Blackburn agreeing to commence Ma work for the KftNtMaky Dewcctacy at aay time alter iplasBbor ttth bat af er a oftnMrsnce with Hattoael OoasmitUeinoa Woodson at the bermea bouse this morning ba gave oat a statement to the press that ba would sot to to XaBtueky natil Oetober lftth The advantage of ttih arraagemeBt is apparent It la piopoaid to have Mr Btyaa tola Gob I and Blackburn ia a grand rallying laMi daring tba last waake plasos be will That and the anrnher of specahes ba of the campaign The will raakw are to ha arranged lator Mr Bryaa inquired parttoalarly about the attaatloa la Kentucky He to deeply solicitous for the suocom of the Democratic tloket and the election of a He deelarea that all quibbling about tba Louisville Con Â¬ Democratic Legislature vention should end and Democrat slioud look the situation la the faoe and deÂ¬ termine only whether tiny aan afford to stand four more years of Republican ad Â¬ ministration six more years of Republican representation in the senate and allow the Republicans to have the moral effect throughout the country of carrying Ken tueky again He will make speeches ia Kentucky that will be Irresistible to evaty Democrat who lovi a his party LOOKS Poor clothes caanot make Even pale you look oM caeeks wont do it Tour boaaaboM cares may ba heavy and disappoint meats may ba daep but may cannot make you look One tbiag does k aad Bsvar fails It is impossible to look young with tba sotor of seventy yuan in your hah oM mtt HI Sons have Wm Vest removed to the Bowmer Hambleton Store Building They will be pleased to s6e their patrons where they will f lice Sale ever inaugurated iri r J AHers J CAPT STONE INTERVIEWS WOODSON From The Oweatbers Inquire A week ago Oapt W J Stone came to Tax men who waste their time run vlng after offloe seekers are practically out o a job Biographical Sketch of Albert C Howe LswiaroBT Kv Sept 19 Mr Albert A i 1 I Ex Govbhnor 9tone of Missouri has come to Kentucky to make speeches for Oweasboro and while he was here kept very dose to his hotel About the only the Goebel tloket person he saw was Mr TJrey Woodson Thb sorest test of a mans strength is for whom he sent after supper on the his fidelity to that business whioh evening he same Mr Woodson went to Capt Stones room and the two held makes up his life work Beyond this fact notb a consultation Mr was known or could be learned Ridwink of Music Hall notoriety has morning con Â¬ field and will make no Woodsons paper the next retired from the tained not eyen a personal announce- Â¬ more speeches for Goebel ment that Capt Stone was or had been in town The Goebel men at once sur- Â¬ Tkx farm6r above all men should be mised that Capt Stone had come over most happy because God has surround to surrender to Goebel and one of them ed him with so many comforts went so fur as to ofler to bet that Oapt Stone would be on the stump in a week Hahdinsburg would be a good point to In an interview which appeared in a hold a Farmers Institute and there Louisville paper yesterday Capt Stone should be one called in the near fnture gave the reason for his trip to Owens boro He said that after the Louisville It might startle you to know how Convention he had been accused of many young men there are around this making a corrupt bargain with Goebel town who are ruining their bodies and for the unseating of Hardin delegates brains at the card table and the seating of delegates favorable to himself or to Goebel as the case might Thx man who kills time talking poll be There had been wide and earnest tics should remember that somewhere demaBua for the publication of that some one is producing something for his agreement but it baa never been pub- Â¬ lazy bones while it goes on lished The reason was that he Stone did not have it and could not get it He was men who said that when the agreement Conscience there are Borne have no conscience They would de- Â¬ brought to him it was in Goebels hand He stroy everything that opposes them but writing and signed by Goebel as sure as fate such will have their day read it and signed it They then agreed as there was but one copy that Mr of reckoning Woodson should keep it and that he should not let any outsider see it nor Thx best thing for the farmer to do la Goebel to study his business and strive to de- Â¬ would he surrender it to either or Stone without the consent of the velop whioh will bring best results 0 Howe one of Lewiports oldest and that He basalrstidy killed too much time running to town to hear about the combination John G Oabliblx says that in 1800 Mr Goebel conferred with him as to the beet means of securing a Bound money delegation to a Democratic Conyention then to have been held at Lexington But the sound money men are now in the saddle and Goebel is out for the stuff Tax habit of grumbling is both useless and pernicious The fault finder and the calamity bowler are both a nuisance In these days of plenty and un Â¬ usual prosperity these fellows should be regarded as back numbers When you begin to slae him up you find that he ig- Â¬ nores the truth about everything This is why you prefer to ignore him We are just now in the midst of bountiful crops and the poor fool must be blind indeed who cant see that times are better Â¬ PUBLIC SPEAKING John P Haswell Jr Republican candidate for the Legislature of Breekea rldge county will speak at the following T i Â¬ Wk places Glendeane Friday September 22 Rook Vale Saturday September 23 Stephenaport Monday September 36 Mooleyville Tuesday September 26 Union Star Wednesday September 27 Clifton Mills Thursday September 28 Irvington Friday September 29 Bewleyvllla Saturday September 90 Garfield Monday October 2 Hardlnsburg Monday October 9 Balltown Friday October 20 Oloverport Saturday October 21 Custer Monday October 38 Hudsonville Tuesday October 24 McDaniels Wednesday October 26 West View Thursday October 26 Ha invites Mayor J A Barry Demo aratie candidate and Geo Harned the ultet candidate to be present and par- ilpate in the discussions Any change in these dates desired by other candidates will he conceded Speaking to oomaeaae at 1 oalock nm Pram Haaaaek Rob MeAdaatM sou of Mr Eugene Mo Adams formarly the county stork la Haaoock and bow in tba Secret Service department of the government toft oa Thursday for Lexington where be will aaatad tba Htato Agricultural and aftahaaloal collage This stakes lour pejplk says tba Haaoock Olartoa to en tar tbia oattoge from Haasock eeunty Btoalltbaaountyiseailitodto and it sa tba fiat thoe it has ocaamd CJ 9 Cr AT For ParatgM Marietta Locust tfrova aad Uiaahsthtowa tto boyrs aaa to Haada scanty hunting oatttofor tbatofaagi Mr Wilifcui Baekrtt a prossfasot fer- to Maada baa already sold tbamM Tbuy aro atook oi hla ft ajnarsbiaa tba county for snare of tba WmsW most highly respected citizens died on Tuesday morning of last week after a brief illness of suptioenia superinduced by kidney trouble with which he has been more or less afflicted for several years About a week before hla demise Mr Howe became indisposed but his condition was not regarded as at all seri- Â¬ ous until Monday the 10th when his malady assumed an alarming phase From this time he grew rapidly worse until death ended his suffering at 4 oclock on Tuesday morning For several hours prior to his death he was wildly delirious but when the end came he passed away as quietly and gently as a child sinking to sleep Mr Howe was in his 64th year having been born at Hanover Ind Oct 9 1835 He came to Lewlsport with his father in 1844 where at the age of twen- Â¬ ty he began clerking in a store He louowea toe business about nve years and next opened a saddle and harness store in Grandvlew Ind in 1807 In 1809 he returned to Lewieport where he followed farming until 1878 when he opened a grocery store He was appointed post master in 1870 which office he held continuously until death with the exoeption of four years of the Cleveland regime Mr Howe enlisted in Co H of the Twelfth Kentucky Cavalry on Aug 15 1862 and remained in the service until September 1865 He was captured at Philadelphia Tenn Oct 20 1868 and was confined at Belle Island and Rich- Â¬ mond Va until May 7 1864 He was then paroled and removed to Camp other The next thing he saw of it Goebel Chase O until Jan 1865 He then re had it on the stage at the Louisville entered service at Camp Nelson Ky He asked Goebel where it and remained until the close of the war convention came from and Goebel replied that In politics Mr Howe was an ardent and Firm in the Woodson had just that minute put it out spoken Republican into bis hand It was being used to in couviotion that the doctrines of that fluence Stone delegates to vote for the party were best calculated to improve report of the committee on credentials the condition of the masses he allowed The charge that I had entered into neither maledictions personal critism a corrupt bargain was bo preststently or thought of self aggrandizement made after the conyention that I decid- Â¬ to swerve him from what he believed to ed to seek Woodson and if possible se-Â¬ be the path of his duty Whether he was right or wrong can cure a copy of the agreement I went to Owensboro Wednesday Sept 6th for be but a matter of opinion Certain it this purpose When I asked Woodson is that while he was positive in bis opinions he was never unreasonable for a copy of the agreement he refused while he was earnest and emphatic in upon the ground that it was the under-Â¬ argument he was never discourteous standing that he was to keep it subject and above all he was a devoted husband to the joint order of Mr Goebel and my- and father and a staunch friend ol the poor man no matter might be his self When I confronted him with the political affiliation what bis friends henoe fact that Goebel had it on the stage in were by no means confined to the limits the music hall on June 34 in violation of his party Mr Howe was a member of tbla understanding he said Goebel of t he Methodist enurch and of the Lewlsport Lodge AF AM had sent for it Then either you are under tba auspicesNo 303 of which onler the Goebel funeral services were conducted Goebel haj lied I replied He He in Â¬ leaves a large and interesting family says you put it into his hand sisted that Goebel had sent for it When who have the sympathy of the entire community in their sad bereavement pressed further as to why he would not give me a copy of the agreement ha STEPHENSPORT said its publication would injure the 1 told him if that Master Pite Beet Is improving Democratic party were true he had a document purport Mrs H Lay was quite ill for several ing to be an agreement which I had days last week never signed The publication of the Ed Gregory of Oloverport was In document I signed would not hurt the town Thursday Democratic party or any of its members Floyd Miller of Henderson was in But hfl still refused I asked him if he town Sunday He said he didnt had the agreement J D Babbsge of Oloverport was in have it with him but that it was in a town Wednesday safe place where nobody oould see it TJrey I said Goebel has that The Klka show boat was at the wharf agreement in violation to our distinct Wednesday evening understanding Now hasnt be V Misses Mary and Kate Allen of Che No he said in a hesitating manner nault spent a day last weak in town Naturally our interview was growing Mrs Frank 0 Ferry and son Master warm by this time I told him from the F Miller spent several days last week time that Redwine was elected chair Â¬ at Ohanault man ef the music hall convention he V G Babbage and Jobs Haswell of and Goebel had not only striven to des Hardlnsburg attended magistrates court troy me politically but to blast my repu- Â¬ Wednesday tation for honesty and integrity that I here Ghaa Lisbons meat wagon -- from soughi a eoay of that agreement te dear Oloverport la making two trips a week myself of a abarga of a corrupt bargain and still he rulased to give up a copy here with fresh meats J H Payne returned Wednesday from that it was at the disposal of his Blaster Lexington where he bad bean to put bis Goebel to be used lor all bw purposes bat that I could sot secure a copy of it bob Bdward la sobod Mrs Wmv Milner and daughter Mies ia dofsnsc of aay reputattoa Mattto of Union Star spent Thursday Va lift at U Ugliaato with Mrs L B Halm aad Mrs R W Tba woman who is tovaly in face form Vaugban aad temper will dways bays friends but Mrs Margaret Hefkaa of Wassaw III oae who would ba attraativa must kaap aad Mr aad Mrs Oban May Ir of bar health If aba ia waak stoklv aad Otovarport spent a day last waak bora dl ma dowa aba will be nervous aad and at Bona lad Irritable If sua has aoBstiaattoa or kid Fob Saw On Laagua Obdalaas aay troubto bar impure blood will cause Btoyda goad ooadittoa 10 eevaml pjmwtes btotobsa sktu eruptions aad a other whael bargains must bo sold Fox wratohad aoaaalaxtoa Itoaarto Bittora torrtor papa imported btood ftQC--- 0 tugj fHf uTPaPv BBuBuBPxexfBpeM aWvaa uuav saa utsB 0 Lewis Box if Staphainasst Ky slate stoaaaab ttvar and khiasya aad to K W Vaughn 4 fcaiUj will leave purify tba Mood Itdveasaroaa tuto waak tor Laaiagtoa wbara thay will ayes asaooth valvsay bright toaato for tba fatar Mr Vuifbaa aad oasaiaactoa It wMI aaaba a his brother are in the grocery baaiuaas Â¬ diMwton waasia of a ntn dowa In have a splendid stand aad valid Oady 60 cants at Short Hay nW there Tbay thdr prospects for tba f ature are bright PrugaWa Wa wton ttoem ansa Ia every par- Mr Orvflto Skillaaan spout Suaday at ttoalar though regret HcJL a dtisan aod neighbor Â¬ arSsi aPar aoad-look-l- vigor permanently postpone the toll talc signs of age Used according to directions it gradually brings back the color of youth At fifty your hair may look as it did at fifteen It tub kens tha hair also stops it from falling out and cleanses the scalp Shall wc from dandruff send you our book on the Hdr and Ira Diseases Thm aTastf Aitvktm 2m Vtawrf oec 8hJ PmhtSI thara la aooM HBaar with Tonr general anteei what answer Miss Maydee Pueey returned from Paris Ky last Saturday She bad a most delightful vidt at Lebanon with Miss Mary Van Cleave as well as at Paris with relatives We are always glad of Marys home coming Mr A O Burton had a card in last weeks Meade Messenger announcing the opening of the Brandenburg Normal Oct 2nd He asks for the hearty support of town and country and looks for- Â¬ ward to a most successful year A Beet has arisen in William Penns State that baptizes with fire instead of water fire as set forth by St Paul in the Acts of the Apostles A ap- Â¬ plied to the back does the work We have just as great fanatics in other de- Â¬ Â¬ n xca Breckenridge County Vk Una toBetostataallbafeae Sfifti w a A nominations Miss Nettie Soheve left for her home in Loulsyille last Sunday after a lengthy stay with friends here She has bad a delightful time having been enter- Â¬ tained lavishly by her host of friends who will look forward to her next visit with the same pleasure We here are taking some interest in the Gubernatorial race in Ohio Mr McLean is related to the Dowden fami- Â¬ ly and more nearly related to Cap Lane in this county and then we would like to see a Democrat hold the reins in McKinleys and Mark Hannas state Admiral Dewey thinks the Filipinos more capable of self government than the Cubana Let us put down that in- Â¬ surrection and then with properly di- Â¬ rected opportunities there are great pos- Â¬ sibilities in store for these people Schur man and Otis are in accord with Dewey Kentucky negroes will be enlisted in the Forty eighth Regiment One oi the officers named is Alexander L Dade Both names are family names in my family and I guess as they areboth from Virginia the Lieutenant will fully un- Â¬ derstand controlling the sable recruits I have had each platform of the five parties sent to me the anti Goebel makes the fifth and I believe I admire the Prohibition the most which con tains only five declarations Bach plat- Â¬ form aave the one framed at Louisville demands the repeal of the Goebel elec- Â¬ tion law I was misinformed as to Clint Bryants departure for Loulsyille Hie family will remain I understand I also hear that Albert and Braset Bishop will not enjpg In the drug business hut will embark in a saloon and cafe enterprise with handsome Improvemeata oa the Sellz property Read Mr Goebels visit to Mr Carlisle in Washington in 1896 in company with Mr W B Haldemaa Mr Goebel was anxious for a sound money delegation from Kentuoky to Ohieatco I sea there where he was right hut when we think of subsequent events we naturally think of the kaleidisoope or the chameleon The sudden death last weak of Cornel- ius Vanderbllt marked some slump in Wall Street and a few of the spedaltlee Buffered Beverdy Mr Vanderbllt was comparatively a young aan and one that was ddng much good in religious droits Despite htolumasae badaaes responsibilities ha was an active worker ia the Vineyard What we want to do la the Philip pines or in ajay of our lately acquired posseedens U to eoavlnca the inhabi Â¬ tants that we are Jaltf ada a dviilaa Mon under which Oatkolto and Protest ants have equal righto under equal State proteottoa Tba Oaabollc abareaaa aod aMNMstortoa should ba teaaotod vury where or else what sort of adrHtoattoa would ba oarriad tbam It la a Mwetdly taiajc to seise opoa a half truth aad rupaat It to tba detrimaat of any human bdag It baaomaa iav madlatoly the moat malignant of falao hoods Iwtoh every one oould avar keep in salad those linaa from Tennyson IBM a tta which ia hall tnua u avar tha Macks Â¬ thought Messrs James Bland B Bon durant Jeff Ditto and Beall Grinnell and so jugging they went a few nights dnoa Results two fine fish as one might wish to see I think the camp fire the meals cooked thereon with the float back constitute the chief attraction I am so glad Dt William H Whltdtt will go to Europe and visit all the great libraries to collect material for a hldory of the Baptist churoh whioh he expects to write in the near fnture I hope I know his history will bring out his position taken in regard to the question of immersion for his reputattoa Is too high as a scholar to doubt it Ha waa given a banquet last night Tuesday at the Gait House aaa farewell tribute Mr V B Barton or Sheriff Burtons letter in last Issue of this paper was one of the most interesting I had read in print I mean for sometime He grew quite witty when writing of the big gun in the navy yard being made to mount on our good ship Kentucky He would like such an expeudve shot about 700 eash time it booms to be aimed at Goebel and by that same good ship Kentucky Sheriff Burtons whole lat ter ia original and witty as can be He must be close kin to our Mr A O Burton Throw no impediment by comment or eritioiBm in any ones way to be entirely good Holy living self denial conse Â¬ crated giving are all right for those who can measure up to the ideal Accord to any one the right to be holy if there is satisfaction in the thought Let each of us only be honest and act according to our faith and as we oonsdanttoady beÂ¬ lieve is right People who saa work la foreign fields will be bleasad but no mora than tba ialthfnl ones who furatoh tba means and a substitute Their labor to Â¬ W Li this section of ibe country wa are recognised aa the toadare la Under taking supplies We handle all kinds of ESla aBwHC UNDERTAKING V tatHaf Burial Trimmings Send an order to us and notice the remarkableness of our low charges jMB PnllTd i 1HII ggy I ayfft Sk snt flBBHiBiaBpaMBaMaaBJ All orders given prompt attention JOLLY McGLOTHLAN IrYington Ky ft -- i PUBLIC SALE At the Farm of Peter Dhonau Deceased will be exposed to Public Sale The Growing Crops Corn and Hay in 3arn as acceptable I mat a friand not long dace who knows Charley Lewis aad hk wUe well She says Mrs Lewis is tha greatÂ¬ est Goebsllte she avar kaew I abould Imagine Charleys better half a Goe bellte Mr Goebel wa all know to a bachelor but aay friand informed ma he was really frightened 1b a todys presence if ha oonddarad ba waa aayato ad to entertain bar Coupled with this he never smiles or tolls a joke Ha to cold calculating ehrawd Good Lord deliver us from dl such aspiranto tor prominent offices One tbiag I want to say ia favor ol uBsesBemBanaaaBJBBUBBeaBaaBi x RoriM Cows Cattle Hof i Farming Implements Wagons Harae And Household Tnrnltnre THE STIFF OF LIFE Should be matto of tha Boat Flour Floor tlut embodies the gToat quantity of nvttimwit and rtrangth flying propertiaa If Saturday Sept 23 AT ONE OCLOCK BZMI Over 600 a credit of Six Honths with approved security BuBTiB aKaiivis 600 and under cash in hand Ba aura and mad our great 4 thai ollta Ua which it ill a lia mmj ba awt aad GOLDEN GB0WN FLOUR Â¬ Mr Ooebel to thai even If hbj father waa a vorr humble laualfrant from Paunayl A man iiaa ltaaa Barnaul aa upstart who baa rtoaa above hto- - eavlroameate or obo who has made himself abould have so prejudice abowa him To be oaaoaaded from a seftaed educated cul Â¬ tured tonally is vary ooaaoliagaad always shows aad all such dusosaded Individ Â¬ uals should extend a helping hand to Tha mind ia the those leas fortunate Watts standard of tha man or woman waa right Goebel has a magnificent vaaJab4stooJdqgbe rrgaroadaaba Nawsforayear sodthi ofor of the jJQpfi Farm Journal for tba balance of 189V aad all of 1900 1901 1908 aad 1903 near ly five years ail tor the price of our pa par atone just walk up to tha captains offloe and draw the biggsat prise you aver drew w Ittth o nLRmStil uwlniMiajMi tr anjmsjsjBr InsBBuatlfa ggggggggggggB m S ttartu doeant suit ovary requirement you Aa toatoaattoa ia ouy bT year mooay book out and out sawitlsa Anybody who With avory gaok you got a pack rtava Moved to Town makes a ateiement aatoalatod to lnjuta age of BodaTree Mr and Mrs Q O Mattingl r will aaoihor abould ba audo to prove It just move to town to live Mr Matuugly as tha Hoa Jobs W Oaldwdi proposes llrv 84 years old and his wile la M to make Mr Goabd aooount for tba Hel beva aold their farm oonsiotiiu oi mam mut accusation than niiv acres ana will ia tha iutara Tba Ohio k vary low aoarody aay make their boms with their Mty Mi ftufrittvptaptf currant at all Owvd time lor jaBjiag Jack MBngly Â¬ Bat a ba whtoh la aan a trath ia a hataar Br aaw uw Na gartVIS I- SBBBBBBBBBBBmH aiirry aiiaaii n rBBBmBBBBBBBBf tuadUymlrfm tttU iM M gvj aajsmoosjmfjvBfa Ammm II i mA UUmf tmmt Oar IhWiI OSkr lib rrfy l MM aw U uiri do ujor Lb frUc fi iut 08 ALOELZE mim iajijmjjiflJHil lh NWVvBSm j i tkii iMitiwi ti m ai Clwlwb 2iitlilfflBniBBlmBtimm1aBSBBSm aEs i vM lllllliflliislrtlTlstllilllf- - timt K ipp Perfect Health vw7imwwwr rfr rf wrr DUKES Cool aad dry Water Is becoming eoarse Dukes it strictly a loal option town Earnest Babbags of the Naws was la town Tbursdav Nearly evarybody Is oomplaining but none an sartooahr ill aewsral from hare attended the sals Tuesday at Jenvays dlf GoebU Ilka the snowball rolimg down hill Is gmnlng all too Mats Mash honor is doe the good women of our lead for nctbttug JClag Alcohol Mrs Jo Franks of Louisville is vie iting bar stetonia law Mrs Josephine Bellman Misses Annie aad Maud RowUnd of Daviess oounty are visiting relatives at this place Once more the melancholy days are here and all nature is warning us of winters near approach Most of the tobacco has been housed The six weeks of dry weather has hin Â¬ dered the late planting from spreadiBp aad has damaged much by burning Sunday school bas closed for the season The distance that many have to come and the disagreeable winter weather make it best for country schools to disband for awhile Rev S B Saead of HardlneburK is assigned to the pastor work here again this year and will fill his regular ap Â¬ pointment next Saturday night and 1 R -- mJ u if - V - f Sunday la Headersqa F F Wlngart a merehaat tailor ia ia towB Patronise him Ototbea oat b the latest faahtoa by the new tailor P F Wingert Charlie Frials aad wife of VietorU wore ia towa Batarday Mm Dr JTOwea left Saturday to vis Â¬ it relatives at GHeadsane Owoa Keys aad wife of th to place peat Saoday jit Lodlburg spent Mm Fores Llghtfoot has returned from a visit to bar lather the Hon Will- Â¬ Keep the system in perfect or- Â¬ iam Millar of the ooanty Misses Eesio Bonier and JosJe der by the occasional use of spent Snaday inStopbensport theYeagor guests Tutts Liver Pills They reg- Â¬ of MUs Murray Berkley ulate the bowels and produce Visit P F Wintert at his mom over HeatoaAWilhV new store and make your telsotloa tors new salt For sick headache malaria bil- Â¬ Mr and Mis David M DnneaaoJ iousness constipation and kin Braadoabarg wore the gnssttof Mr and dred diseases an absolute cure Mrs Henry imnean Bandar Mt etrs George Wilson Sd Kelly aad James J Hoaaen of Hawesvllle spent Monday evening in Cloverpart Mr H L SUdar and Mlto BM Bran News spent Sonday lit Stepbensport the gaests ot Mr Md Mrs Boiand Smith Mrs Lena Frank of Louisville is vis Â¬ WEDNESDAY 5BPT 10 ISM iting her brother aad nor mother Mrs Josrpblne Bellman of Dukes S Mr James T Skillman spent Saturday in Clovorport He relumed to hie home TH uear Webetor Sunday morning Mr B H Bates 088 of McQuadys best farmers attended the Christian 4444 4444 44444 meeting at Stephensport Sunday For full strapping osil at farters Mr Lindsay Graham who has been Bay yonr trousers Item P V Wlsgert arelBg the passenger engine on the Sagsae Haysee spent Sanaa sirring breach is at home on the sick list ton Why go away to get yoor clothes when J VL Shotuw returned id Big Spring yoa oan be fitted and furnished by P F Snttaav Wingert the new merchant tailor J W Oeetleman went to Vise Grove Mr James Lawsoa who sustained in Â¬ Sunday juries from falling from his engine some For a brain tonic try GrapeBBt at time ago Is able to ro to work again SataMf 0 L Cornwall oarae down from Louis- Â¬ Dot 8tilesfof Stepliensport wm here ville Sunday aad remained until Monday looking after hie interests in this city fbtuidav Mrs George Bentley and sons Jobn Do yon need a fall rail Bay it from P and George of Hawesvllle were the F WiBROlt of Mrs DeHuy Sunday evening Mr Fred Fralse baa retarned from gueets Miss Mary Yeager left Friday forPleae CHneinnatti arevllte where she will spend a few Mra James Mattingly west to Header weeks with her brother Mr James Yea Ma Sunday ger Mr and Mrs Gharte Keidel were la chairman of Mr Owen Cunningham town Friday the Republican Campaign oommltte of J T Baejcstt of Henderson was in Breokenridge oounty was in town Mon Â¬ tows Monday day Mrs Jno A Barry is attheTarBpriage Mr L T BId ia in Louisville at the for a few weeks Norton Infirmary where he has had a Are yoa hoogry Go to Sahwsrsfor successful operation performed on his faaey groceries arm MiesBunlce Orosson who spent the Geo B Sjrnder of Haweaville was in past month with her aunt Miss Alta the oity Monday John Wadoa of Xrvtagton spet San Oroseon at Union Star returned home Monday day at Brandenburg Mr and Mrs E H Breldeabaoh of Yoa art a lobster a as pin the Oweaeboro reached the city Sunday and latest lad at Baiters remained until Tuesday at the home of Mr S R Berry and son 0barley8pe at Mr aad Mrs Obas May 8r THE WEEKS EVENTS PBHmamN i BRRJI tBBJi MIMAS VICTORY A Vigorous Body A mills BATTJfcDAY at N Dundee Soottend ssswsnaaaV CM ana xao like anew woman sinse mates yew Pe-ra-- TUTTS Liver PILLS Breckenridge News in Brief 44443 Sunday We heartily wish the Naws success in its every effort It k truly everybodys paper It gives space to the views of all political partlefe and advocates much that is to the welfare of the country at wGrga Frly in this Bntleyv nieee of Hawsyffls Mr P F Wtagert aiakes eoais add Vests to please every ouetomer Wm Emory aad Wife aad Mrs Free eott spent Sunday at Addisoa Miss Lenora Brooks of Loatoville ia the gaeot of Miss Evelia Htolu Jnst received a variety of beautiful new wall paper T F Sawyer Save ralUroad fart by staying at home patronisiag P F Winger Do yoor trading with Salter dealer ia groceries aad general merchandise Mr aad Mrs A M Tate of RoeeUa are visiting Mr and Mrs J 0 Nolle Salaer is ahead Why He keeps Grape nut the finest brain tonic known Mr John Shoose bas returned from Big Spring where ho has Dean at work Miss Allen of LonJsvilla is visiting Mua Bamios Wheeler at Hardin Grave aHd lad Misses Aans and Locate Iglshart of Bransville an visiting the Misses Bow mar Mr Moorman Willi and Miss Annie HawUeton spent Buaday In Hardiaa lmrg Now is the time to buy yoor fall salt front P F Wingert the now merchant tailor Mr Henry Boyd of Now York is vis Â¬ iting his pawnts Mr and Mrs Alex Boyd The Christian mooting at Stephensport was well attended by Otoverport people Bandar Miss Ladle Storett of Hawesvllle was tbogaest of the Misses Bowmor Snaday atnnlng Miss Katie Graham Ditto of Broaden fcarg is visiting Miss Cornelia Ditto ia r Ml Idwsa WolnV of Loulsrllte was In town Monday night the guest of Miss Lola Owen Misass Ink MUer and Ada Jolly rota Mr Hirdi hntft are vlsltiag the Miss esMoOeroek Misses Canto Graham aad Muriel Grogory spent several days In Stephens poti isai wtwk Only 3 oents a single roll for good new wall paper T F Sawyer Come bow bofore It Is gone Mr and Mrs Konmey Renfrew of Sulphur Wells are visiting relatives in the city this week Miss Margaret Hki I Iman returned Set oxday Irom a visit to Miss Bcaily Sim large Saturday the Democrats select preÂ¬ cinct delegates to assemble at Hawes- Â¬ vllle in convention on Tuesday follow- Â¬ ing to nominate a candidate to make the race for Representative Samuel Flowers seems to hold the luoky number Vote whisky out oi the land and save the nations ruin Kill whisky and our nation will stand upon the top round of morality Kill whisky and save many heart aches Kill whisky and there will be no more drunkards graves Kill whisky and a greater number of souls will get to heaven Kill whisky and less children will go hungry aad fewer women will die of a broken heart Kill whisky and there will be less murder perjury and suicides In our land Kill whisky and it will diminish the asylum Mr P F Wingert the new merohant Willis inmates Kill whisky and save your tailor has rooms over Heeton will be glad toshsw wives and daughters from the insults on new store where be streets aad highways by intoxicated you his line of new fall goods men Kill whisky and elect Goebel Miss Florence Cottrell attended a then Kentucky will be the Eden of the dance in 0 wensboro last week She was United States M the guest of Mies Alloc Baker for a few llll DsafsaM Caaaet be Cared days on her way to RaweUvllle Mrs U G Hill Mrs H W Weadel by local applications as they cannot kin Mrs Amanda Graham and daughter reach the diseased portion of the ear Mrs J DGregory Jr attended the There to only one way to cure Deafness Christian meeting at Stephensport Sun Â¬ and that is by constitutional remedies day Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi- Â¬ i Mies Maggie-- Sweeney of Kvansvllle tion of the muooas lining of the Eusta- Â¬ bae bean visiting Mr And Mrs Pat Dil- Â¬ chian Tube When this tube gets in- Â¬ lon at Hardlnebarg She was accompa Â¬ flamed you have a rumbling sound or nied home by Jeff Dillon who will prob- Â¬ imperfect nearing and when it is entire- Â¬ ably locate in Bvansville ly closed Deafness is the result and un Â¬ Mr J A Witt of Hardlnebarg and less the inflammation oan bo taken out the Rev Mr Lewis of Irvington are and this tube restored to its normal con- Â¬ spending a while at the Tar Springe dition hearing will be destroyed forever j They feel that the reet and the water nine oases out of ten are caused by ca Â¬ tarrh which is nothing but an inflamed are working wonders for them Mrs Mary Sawyer Lloyd of Columbus condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for Ohio who bas been visiting her mother Mrs Thos Sawyer returns to her home anyoaseof Deafness caused by catarrh today Her little son bas been ill that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh during bar visit but has about recovered Core Send for circulars free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Then you Do you keep chickens to have the Farm Journal We fay Sold by Droagiete 76c ought Halls Family Pills are the best give it in clubbing with the Bbsokbk of our ainaKNawaboth for the price LEWISPORT paper only Pay up a year ahead and tin Farm Journal will some for the bal Â¬ ance ofl8W and all of 1900 1M1 1908 Mrs R G Higdon of Calhoun visited and 1908 nearly five years and get to relatives hers last week yoa if yoa are on this planet Miss Gsorgle Fell who baa boon visit ins her oooein Mrs Ooortney Lang ia Report In tl Treasurers has returned home In Mrs Grinnslls Owensboro XnnoR Nnws H L Myers bas been appointed post Â¬ eoloiaa Wednesday fee IStfa she says sb is sorry to see that Btaodenlior so master to succeed the late A O Howe aletylsBotiacHided in the BUwbeth the only other applicant betas tbe wd toff dtetrtot It was only not on the Boll ow of deceased Mies Annie Chambers returned from If aha will look a little be-Â¬ of Honor yond the Oorreaposdlng Secretarys re Qwansbaco Satarday after a three weeks brother N B Chambers of port aha will and it ia the Treasurers visit to report with 10066 oentu to its credit the Rs venae ojtoe not Its beat years report bat sysr eo Mr J B Tsyior the hustling grain much hotter than no report We folly dealer ia laving tbs foundation for a expect the one endtag in March 1900 to larao two story warenooee on South exseed it quits a good deal Fourth Street opposito the Presbyterian Sincerely chorea In addition to his grata busi LO D nasa Mr Taylor expects to aparfto a 111 imfwtopmisilintobaf Una of farming lmpleaMata AllfortilUer etc Sooh an enterprise will a long felt want aad will without doubt prove a suootatf ol venture The Ana residoace of Mr W L Greatboase was destroyed by Are on Toeaiay of last weak The Are whloh was eaosed by a defective floe was df covered at about 11 a m and baton aJd oould be soaueoaod had aaiaod aaah b faod headway m to pnvaat the poasihpJtjr of bsaW thtt thin savi not saving the hoaao The backet aatosjla wtJf nourished and forth bowavsr pot up a gallsaAat aaoniy surrendered whoa the teat vaattea of moUwr whose milk does bono bad rijaappoarod The rcaidaaee of not nourlah the baby Dr Ptentis adjoining wasnvad only by lor the Mood HU bard work as a stroi g wind blow the boy or Jiri who U thin and flames directly toward it The loss to pale and not wtfl nourished Mr Greethooes to about 1800 whloh tells vary heavy as he had no iaouraaos by their food abo for the The household effects won saved or consumptlva araunk Â¬ Your Bsedtetee has helped me so much that I oan work and Barer nvolnetoa feel tired out When I Ant began to nee Fear of starvation eaosed Robert year medicine X eouldnt sweep my own Carney aad wife to eomosK suicide at room run the sewing machine or lift anything noteTenaohair Itevenhurt Buffalo Turned on the gas Admiral Dewey during Ms stay at me to ride or walk any distance Now WaeMBsjtoa will be eatorteiacd by the I aaa do all this and X believe more aad never feel tin effects of it X feel mother of Hon John R MoLean so proud of the way it has brought me Â¬ Cruiser Otaarlestos shelled an en oat that tell far aad near I oan it trenchment of Filtp tnos on Bubig bay heartily I recommend your medicine to Saemy returned Are No eaeuaHles any woman suffering from female dis Â¬ Fire destroyed 11100000 la property ease X know from experience that Masonic temple at Lincoln Neb yoor medicine will do just what you Methodist church aad Webster block say it wilL I thank you Doctor a are in ruins thousand times for your treatment I FRIDAY shall recommend your medicine wher Â¬ Henry Gardner 18 colored was ever I go I know what it has done for hanged at Mobile Ala for rape ma aad I know it will do the same for Admiral Schley has beea assigned to others I feel that there are thousands of other women who would after using command the South Atlantic station General Harry Hetb the famous year treatment as I did be thankful Confederate leader is dying In Wash Â¬ I am so glad I got your treatment This month is the first time in my life ington X aaa remember of having my For highway robbery Noah Flnley that without pain Why X cant do menses a negro was legally hanged at Pu- Â¬ aaythina bat recommend laski Va Mies mma L Bolden Wilberforee O Mrs Barne Philips poisoned herself Medicine Co ColumThe and two children at Scotia Neb Do- Â¬ bus 0 will mail Dr Hartmans special mestic trouble nook for women free on application to Abe Kleeman the Columbus detec Â¬ only AU druggists sellPe-ru-ative who was shot while attempting to arrest Charles Dumont an ex ooavlct For Missions on Sunday last Is dead from wounds Rev W B Rutledge returned from THURSDAY Mexloaa war veterans will meet af Walnut Grove Sunday where he has just closed a meeting At tbe last serCincinnati next year At Helena Mon Joseph Allen was vice he collected 12 for the missionary cause whloh was very gratifying to him legally hanged for murder Henry W Dtedrlck was appointed United States ooneul at Bremen Hostile natives have driven Britten missionaries out of interior China While resisting arrest Thomas Skel ton was killed by a Cincinnati police- Â¬ man eartowa Wte wMto restetteg arrest American mtestesto wsflirsatoued la Veusjeaola owing to the spread of the MoTBtoaa eoasidar Ohio nmw aeia ax BMesiea wonc Owetavt Dwmke was kttled at Wa TTnP When thie Snow Gomes and you get into the wood gins Mittens Heavy Gloves Come in and buy them before yon will want some Wool Boots Rubbers Leg you begin lumbering We have them and everything else that you want for Footwear and Clothing Those nice 1000 Overcoats are get- Â¬ Pe-ru-- na not all gone yet Pe-ru-- Â¬ Dont miss your chance of ting one a Â¬ SULZERS wants Telephone 5 Bins 2 Seven persona were Injured by the derailing of a passenger train at Har- Â¬ Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion Eb e atate senator Joseph J GUI of Steubeaville was lem Mon SEVERAL BRIGHT AND Democrats- - of the Toledo district WANTED 10 represent us as Mana pr named H Walter Doty of Findlay for gers in this and closeoni counties Salary flbo a by Â¬ named for congress by the Sixteenth Ohio Republicans In a collision on the Pittsburg Virginia and Charleston road near PRtsburg Bnglneer Rehbacker and Fireman Bet tig were Instantly killed WKDNE8DAY Typhoid fever epidemic in Berlin Mtlltown Ind was gutted by fire American sohooaer Mildred B is stranded at Kingston Jamaica Over 1600 painters are on a strike at Philadelphia for more pay and fewer hours Columbus Central street railway was purchased by W S Rowe of Cincinnati for 1300000 Fire destroyed the Richardson ft Ross tile works at Philadelphia entail- Â¬ ing a loss ot 1100000 While temporarily Insane Mrs J M William of Sedan Mo burned her Â¬ self and Infant to death Jewish Year Book esMmateo the num- Â¬ ber of Jews in the United States at 104380 Ohio contains 50000 President MoXialey bas been made an honorary member of the Chicago Bricklayers and Stonemasons union Craaed from liquor Peter King killed his aged father and mother and fatally wounded a brother at Fiekdale Mens Horace Brothers a promteeat oRiaen of GalHpolte O ia obarged with crimi Â¬ nal assault upon the peraen of Mrs Rosa Queen who bas stace died TUKSDAY year and expenses Straight JHiaa Sde no more Our refer no less salary Position permanent enees any bank in any town It is mainly office home Reference Enclose work condocted at self addressed etsmped envelope Thb Dominion Company Dept 3 Chicago LOST BAY K0R8E One dark bay horse 14K hands high hind to it at the speaking in Hardlns burg Saturday September 9 The person return tag saate to me will be rewarded TlCE IOLLY MoQaady Ky LOST FOR SALE BULL CALF high grade bull calf price FOIl SALE One II BLYTHECIoverport or Apply to J o va i R BLYTTie Hardtasburg Ky B0R 8AL8 MILCH COW TMR X r SALE Good milch cow T SAWYERS Call at MRS f OK SALE MARB AMD HORSE i and one horse both 170R SALK Oneto mare ADDISON Addison LI for fo Apply FOR 8ALB CATTLE Ruth Has a New Store House It has just been completed and Mr J T Jones has gone East to purchase a mammoth stock of General Merchan- Â¬ dise He wants you to call and inspect his goods and i not satisfied dont buy He will at all times be glad to have you look around and see how much better he can serve you than others Three car loads of goods on the road now nit SATKiriftv head N0TICB ewes four work mule- s- of cattle forty stock L KURTZ Web-- I have closed out my stock of goods XT OT1CE at Ulendeane and J1Store All persons turned themoverioMrilor indebted to me by note L otherwise are hereby notified to come forward aad settle and save costs WC MOORMAN Glen deaae Ky LOST MASONIC EMBLEM Lockst with the Masonic emblem m T lurlhMl on it KIndw- - will Dltase return to Man I agar Cerf o the Kalr OST TlinllCllinC lilUUoAnUO br Pope Leo is reported ill AFFLR BARRELS FRSALR Xsneeror William aad the caar of liorl SALA eooo Apple Barreis StaaJarjl Potsdam Xassia are soon to meet E An insano merohant was arrested at dison Ky Leipaic for threatening to kill Ue Mag FOR SALR DR0 ST9CX of Saxony Apply stock of drugs Andrew Carnegie denies the story EOR 8ALE A good Ky This is a great bar- Cox Ekron that he is seeking a seat in the Brktea gWBe T parliament LBAL BLANKS Four persons were killed by the ex IOR SALE Blank Deeds and Mortgages land ptostoa of a boiler on board tbe Ger Â¬ All rorms 01 Legal BianKs anabNnn HlDG E NEWS OFFICE man oruteer Wacht at Kiel General Joe Wheeler is reported 4te TUITMN SBmatsd with Ma PMHpptae aastgn Strattoa TlOR 8ALE CMiltcte in Bryant Apply to Jh Baslaess College Louisville Ky Baent Me may aek to return OFFICE In a freight wreck on tote Mobile and EkKCJCBNRirGNKWS Ohio near Bryden His three un Â¬ BvfilWMD BRRK8M1RR8 known tramps met toatant death BREED the kind that win as tbe record ot my President MeKteiey will not partici Â¬ aad SprincStld this year S II Wd at Indianapolis only animal of my owa pate to the Dewey reception at New aneec I showed a gooa percentage 01 we breeding aad captured York owteg to pressure of baseness ilialrsnls rr1- The prUe wkoluf boar Head MONDAY Chief Juettee Charles Roberto ot the Filth Maryland Judicial district la people use Bay Rum Sham poo Mixture and Cologne but not one In a thousand know how to make them Full InetrueUona now to raske Uie oest sent you m receipt of ten cents Address CBLEA THE Box ilo Norwood Mass iit PffiJof sowaara ofbeat sm CosMHa Ky Laataetlle My breod Uwlr get lor sata Amerlcaa aad lagUsh strslns me CALDWauTNORTOS SCOTTS t mlkiilor Harry Ferpes and Boots Loea tough IS rounds to a draw at Hew York Foal ahr in a well near Paais Arfc satJpoated James I Morris aad has sea Weakley Adasiral Dewey in an taearWew ttUt eas Bsatntaias that the ymalnoe ale ot setf aavarnsaent P W Dtctec of Cleveland will s eaod at M Bagsrs as pawhsalBg ssjeajt of the Ntohat Plats road Rev Jesse QaMwett fteaayitsM BBlBJatsr loraarly of OHa was JUtted U l 1P-T0-- DII a jonbs RUTH KY MOWUMN A EMULSION ae thf MILLINERY STORE ft L tttlly at Paliadelpaia to a ranaway WANTED I POMian moayalOweaanoro MtatM Delia Bast and Georgia Graham held at the sonvention nlteadsri Baaday 8tapkaBot lbs Mtm Oruiober of Gar radukttrenith that b lost Otah In net lor an conowom the food of wattinj K rnceUckailniit will nourblk FOR SALE On Twenty Hone Power Port able Saw Mill In good nurning Order Appij to yffWf Â¬ 250000 HOOPS AND HOOP POLES Apply at Watt Ind iron brldg a j Will oommmot tu receive Aug ON WALL STREET IN CLOVERPORT Satire took fresh from tbe market You axe extended an Invitation to call Location in Babbagee Store Building We pay cash for Drugs which enables to sell cheaper than our competitors us Call and see for yourself Purest Goods PUUGQIBTS ATKeaaallaaWaSBi PPa slsrv3PM mmm iisaiiliaatim aeiwolj HItRIQWK will raston oo rtipatlon lkoUvrtoa beoiihy sonoHtion Pries wm sscT and btrfW up the body and five new lie and energy Whjan til otheiman fail ammaaf a aajrasr tm aaaBares f MSIEMEN w TaBBf Wm gtou Ky 4BaBVavaBasTf w tllMI vSiyieiaTifwaaaasvfiimis p fi i- - r IrW W4hl smi V xasBeiaam ftl oaaaj mmr 4ikfss mi v HR r ie ssSgaawMlwgliro fr - - ki ii i - v t- - ijwmjj -- - j We are ieadara in Mfchyli0 People oow pees crop New rtook of CLOTHING Dont fail to look at oor itook be font buying Oor priott will surprise yo o- PROUD OF IT ho make their ptur- - n I utM comity onnt floods Joet reoeired devil toro- - - mow itvgtsJiiM uut nil then and Jook at j rt S Our Prices fMiiitttttiiMiiiiiiiiii I Are the CAIN Lowest on JOLLY All Goods I i Come tp See IRV1NCT0N laxixMftQeexBqraxBfr KY See our specialties in eeee Our Stock Fancy Groceries Hardware Tinware and Glassware Boots and Shoes YOU HAVE A standing invitation to make NOTIONS i ami Gents Furnishine Goods X our store your headquarters 1 Highest market price paid for Produce Hats and Caps Wo cannot be undorsold 4agka4jytYTjr MISSOURIS CORN CROP 1 an in Cow Peas as a Nitrogen Maker and a Fine Fertilizer A correspondent of the St Louis Globe Democrat writes from Columbia Mc that for the entire 8tate the average yield of corn will be thirty one busueis Two sections of the State have expe- Â¬ rienced a dry August which has re Â¬ duced the yield Not a great deal has been said about the Missouri corn crop while it has been growing but now that maturity has c me the results are found to be well worthy of some comment If this corn crop in Missouri is not the greatest in the history of the State it will be one cf the greatest placing Missouri in the 200000000 bushels class of the five great corn producing States There is a phase of corn production in Missouri which is not generally appreciated This State US31 to furnish a very large amount of corn for outside con- Â¬ sumption It figured conspicuously in the five or six corn surplus States But while corn crops have been growing in ue aggregate Missouri has been selling lues and less corn Last year the crop of corn sold outside the State amounted to only 1796882 just half as much as the egg crop and very little more than the crop of flax seed These comparative figures are impressive and lead up to the interesting question what becomes of Missouris 200000000 bushels of corn In just two items of the States surplus for last year is found the answer and it is gratifying in a high degree These two items were Â¬ The correspondent says further tha the successful Missouri feeder of today does more than buy his stock cattle on personal inspection and with careful reÂ¬ gard to the breed He gauges closely the amount of shelled or ear corn which will put on the most weight But these are not all of the elements that be considers The kind and amount of by feed are in the problem and figure in the cal- Â¬ culations And in this connection the experimental farm attached to the State University at Columbia is pioneering the way for the feeder Economies that a few years ago bad no place now enter into thereat industry of stock feeding in Missouri One of the latest novelties introduced is the use of cow peas to supplement the corn In the central and northwestern counties of the State cow peas are being grown in rapidly increas Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HEAD VALUE l i i i Cattle 911725 34004054 Hogs 3dl2C30 30278500 Practically the whole corn crop of Mis- Â¬ souri went to market on the hoof last year Some counties not only consumed within their borders all the corn they raised but corn was brought from other States notably from Iowa and turned into meat There are counties in MisÂ¬ souri where today corn is selling for feeding purposes at from 3 cts to 4 cts a bushel more than it would briDg if it were placed in the car and shipped to St Louis or Ohicago When the Missouri farmer learned to feed all the corn he raised he added from 60 to 100 per cent to the value of that crop It is safe to say that the surplus corn crop of that State last year was in- Â¬ creased in value from 30000000 to 60 000 000 by being turned into cattle and lings before it left the arm ing acreage for feeding cattle and hogs The new element is distinctly Missourian Kansas and Nebraska have gone into alfalfa raising on an extensive scale The feeders of those States find that alfalfa greatly expedites the fattening process in stock feeding It has been established that the crop which Missouri feeders should raise to take the place of bay is cow peas Five years ago the crop was almost un- Â¬ known in Missouri This is about the third year in which it has been of im- Â¬ portance in feeding Last year Boone county farmers in the vicinity of Colum bia made use of a oar load of cow peas seed This year it required two car loads to meet their wants The demand for next season has been foreshadowed already by the arrival of one car load The coming year will see more of this crop raised in Missouri than ever before Boone county is the center of the new production and from here the interest in it and the adoption of it are spreading rapidly Some ef the tributes to the value of cow peas are surprising Dr McAllister the breeder of thoroughbreds who has regular annual Bales of bis colts in New York and St Louis grows from 100 to 150 acres of cow peas a year Be feeds this crop to pat the finishing touches on the colts Another Central Mlssouii man prepares mules for the market He grows cow peas to feed to his young mules In his opinion cow peas feed puts a bloom on the animals that nothing else will Dairymen of the interior of the State are raising oow pees for the milk producing quality of the feed The two principal dairymen of Columbia make cow peas a principal article of diet for their milking stock In the txperi menta conducted on the State farm it is possible to tell as quickly by the record of milk when the oows have cow peas as it is by the record of peas The influ- Â¬ ence of cow peas in increasing the flow of milk was immediate A change from clover to cow peas or from timothy to cow peas added at once to the amount Some of the heaviest feeding for ex- Â¬ port cattle is done in Central Missouri Export steers are the highest grades Americans are inclined to grumble be- Â¬ cause the finest animals that come out of the feed lots cross the water to tickle the stomach of beef eating John Bull These Central Miseouri feeders of export steers were the earliest to go into the use of cow peas in place of hay and their prais Â¬ es are hearty They use cow peas to prime the steers just before starting them to market Another trick of the Missouri feeder which the experimental farmers at Co- Â¬ lumbia have taught him to his profit is to feed oow peas to bogs The feeder throws cow peas to bogs as he would hay to cattle and the amount which bogs will eat is amazing while the bene- Â¬ ficial effects in fat producing and in gen- Â¬ eral conditions are notable The hog is not regarded as a hay eater but in the creed of the most successful feeder the use of cow peas and clover for hogs has become a leading article But aside from the quality for feeding there is a reason for growing cow peas which will appeal with increasing force from this time on to the Missouri farmer The older settled portions of the State have come to that period when the far- Â¬ mer can not longer expect to draw steadily from the Boil without replacing some of the elements Or as Dr Waters of the University put it in a drive through the experimental fields of cow peas One great problem for the Missouri farmer now is the maintenance of his farms fertility We have been using clover more or less in Missouri for this purpose but it is very difficult to get a stand Clover we find is liable to freeze out in Missouri We are peculiarly lo- Â¬ cated We are neither north nor south agriculturally speaking We are not quite far enough south to have two crops yet the seasons are long enough to furnish some sunshine and growth to spare We have been trying to find how to grow two crops one of wbioh shall restore the fertility wbioh the other the paying crop takes from the ground We have tried a great many things and have oome now to the oow peas as the crop best suited to our soil and climate Ti e not only reetomi nwdfl constituent to the soil but It provm to be a very valuable crop W have grown crops of rye and oow peas the same crop of wheat aeon and occasionally followed by oow peae 4th banefleial re Â¬ tails to the lead Weean My tost we a better crop eaoh year that we have the experiment on the same land continued Dr In the flret plane Waters insects do not bother oow pea II the pea ate sown at the right time and that should be not too early the Missouri Jaraoer is reasonably rare of a crop When drouth prevails throogh this Motion of the United State it cats the eofa crop ralne the pastures end kills clover bat it doesnt affect the oow pees to the same degree The plant is the only one of economic itnportauoe whleh will stand the drouth We have tried it as a main and ee a supplemental orop Oar experiments in feeding show that the oow peas crop makes the beet hay food for this State We have tried oow peae on land that has grown corn steadily for fifty years and found that the soil Improved rapidly For a long time it was the unsolved problem to vet a orop that would leave the laad better tbaa before it was grown As the result of the investigations of Atwater and others the peeuliar effects of the legu- Â¬ minous plants upon the soil were die covered If you will examine the roots of the oow pea you will see attoohed to them many nodules containing the nitro Â¬ gen drawn from the air The plant draws this nourishment from the air and leaves a share of it in the soil Oow peas can be sown in June about the 10th or later after the soil becomes warm The crop can be cut any time after the 1st of September whenever the weather is suitable The yield is feom one to two tons an acre The orop is a fine one to clean land as well as to improve the soil and at the same time we have demonstrated its value as the beet hay food for stock of all kinds horses cattle hogs and sheep We are advising Missouri farmers to put in oow peas as a orop vastly preferable to tim- Â¬ othy for feeding purposes to pay nothing of its benefit to the ground The Farm Journal is cheap but not too cheap to be good it is full of ginger and gumption and has as many other good things in it that you canities as any pa- Â¬ per at any price It will be sent for the balance of 1890 and all of 1900 1901 1902 and 1903 nearly five years to sub- Â¬ scribers of the BhmkbnriixieNkws who pay one year in advance DARK DUNQEONS OP MANILA CAPTURING THE WORLDS MARKETS The Increase In the amount of the ex- Â¬ ports of manoJectnred goods by the Uni Â¬ ted States In the pail nine or m years Is one of the oommereial marvels of the time In the Baoai year 9M aeoordlng to figures just seat eat by the Bareea of Statistics at Washington the United States exported 151108870 of maaafao tured goods of all tort In the fiscal year 189 whleh cloned on June 80 a little over two months ago the export of the sameelaatof wares ware 888007704 At the befiaatngof the period named in the year 1800 the eoaatrra Imports of manufactures were 856001940 They were 90840659 In the fiend year 1809 Here is an exhibit which will be a sur Â¬ prise to the world and exceedingly jratfc fyiDg to the United States The amount of the countrys exports of manufactures have more than doubledthe increase he ingltt percent in the decade While the Importa of compoteing goods have falleaoff S8 per oent in that time The extent of the growth of InanufaetwreB can be appreciated by comparing it With the growth in population in the interval whleh has probably been about 19 par oent The United States is expanding in number of inhabitants far faster than any other great nation in the world bat its increase in the sales of its manufacÂ¬ tured goods abroad is six times greater Moreover the gain is still under way as shown by such figures aa have eome to hand Blnee the new fiscal year began A Big Drive OafcT I Sf Ladies and Gents Furiiisliing oods Ladies Trimmed Hats Collars Bandana Tlesi Shirts Shirt Waists Top torts Underskirts Hose Suspenders Night Gowns Jaolse1 Gapes and Shoes G ents Hats Oaps Collars Shirts Suspenders Pants and Nice Suits TOesi Union Made Overalls Suits Line of SJioes Ladies Underwear and Top Skirts Up-to-da- te in July of goods Subterranean Explorations Described by a Kansas Soldier Ralph ti Gehrett a young Jefferson county soldier with Company C 30th Kansas has written an interesting letter home to aNortonville friend telling of a visit to a Spanish dungeon While on duty in Manila after aetive service at the front he took it on himself to make a few explorations and he visited sub- Â¬ terranean prisons constructed over 400 years ago Private Gehrett in his letter under date of July 26 says The papers have no doubt kept you informed of the doings of the 20th Kan- Â¬ sas I only wish to say I have taken an active part in every engagement the regiment has had and have been luoky enough to come out without a puncture Well our fighting days are over We were relieved from duty on the firlag line at San Fernando on the 24th of June and since then have been quar- Â¬ tered in the Quarte tie Bspan in the old walled City of Manila and have settled down to be good little tin soldiers again I must tell you something about the walls that surround and fortify the city They were built by Gomes Daehiaslnas in 1590 and are today although covered with moss and creeping vines in a good state of preservation and with their parapets moats ponderous gates and draw bridges constitute a most curious relic of the Middle Ages A few days ago my bunky and 1 took a notion to go through the dungeons secret passages and rooms with which the old wall is honeycombed We took a uouple of Â¬ This immense expansion in our sales in Ibe rest of the world is a fine tribute to the virtue of the protective policy and to the business sense of the Republican party in devising it and- in placing it on the statute book in defiance of the oppoeition of the Domocraoy It also accounts for the great aotiylty in all the countrys leading industries More manufactured goods are consumed lathe United States now than at any period in the pastout they are cbieflv home made goods and the proportion of these artic Â¬ les which are used here is constantly and rapidly increasing No other coun Â¬ try in the world is so nearly self suataia ing as the United Stetee No other has so many of the comforts and luxuries of life Half a century ago it was the belief of a very large number of people of the country that the exports of the United States would always be confined chiefly to agricultural products That was the theory held by all the leaders of the Democratic party It is the theory wbioh has been acted upon by that party almost to the present time The Republicans They changed all these conditions framed an intelligent systent of protec- Â¬ tion to domestic employments which stood in need of it and which promised to expand into important proportions on account of it This policy which has been fought by the Democracy from the beginning has not only put the United States in the front rank of manufactur Â¬ ing countries but haa enabled it to ooa quer a steadily and rapidly enlarging market in the principal countries of the world Globe Democrat Chreslo DIarrheea Cure This is to certify that I have had chronic diarrhoea ever since the war I got bo weak I could hardly walk or do anything One bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera aad Diarrhoea remedy cured me sound and well J R GIbbe Fincastle Va I had ohronic diarrhoea for twelve years Three bottles of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy cured me S L Shaver Fineaetle Va Both Mr Gibbs and Mr Shavers are prominent farmers and reside near Fla castle Va They produced the remedy from Mr W E Casper a druggist at that place who is well acquainted with them and will vouch for the truth of their statements For Sale by A B Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman WE Irvi ngton Ky Pressed Standing Seam Corrugated gaaaasssssa- aV Crimp Roll Cap i sClfVSAG wiiiiiiiiiPi S Jtmjfl 2 and 3 Ply W and Steel Cap W y EBSMkJLBisy iiWMHtnp tXWSKCTnaMBnay c Miiiffi icr waw iDBtaiiaBBa Sheathing Paper Roof Paints Roof Cement f Ready Roofing Tarred Felt IH 4s Writ lee Pries ami CalogM AFTER a USiM of the city HEALTH KIKTTS AND VITALITY B The great remedy for nervous sroatiatioa and all uiseaaaa or tnaiSKferatl organs of eltbersez suoh m Nervous Prostration Falling Manhood Impptency Nightly Emissions Youthful Errors Mental Vorrv azoeaslve use of oboooor plum whioh lead to Consumption and Insanity With every 15 order we guarantee to our or reruna the money soai at siiwumr dox CHBHICAIi C boxes for gBOe dcvelaaa Ocae uaC Walrr rLal For sale by Short Haynes Druggists Cloverport Ky IfJJ 9Bt9SIBSiS9Mll9RiSSi9ii9Sii9SlBii9999f rAh The moat centrally located and only SrH siaj hotat 4n the city maWajf a Jaoo rate Only one bleek frata the principal shopping ejtsriei aad two Macks from FIFTH AVENUE 4 HOTEL XiOtjis viLiIjS arsrI PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr THE tha principal theatre Street can pas the deor te aU parts A ErarythJag naet sad clean laaMaeaaaaaaaaaagaaa iimmiiiimiiummiiiii VERMIFUGE - Brtl MaattB ptephensport All About Men Hats About 10 per cent of the bets sold in this country are mannfaatured here but the French still lead the world in the production of bats There has been a great stride in the manufacture of bals by the American who has nearly d- strayed the Import bueinees in his line Five years ago the Americans made only aoout 60 per cent of the bate sold here It is estimated that in America man pay 30000000 for hats every season Tha Rvrage mills of tha Seat make about - Worms lit 20 Ymts aaojCsSD HITES CREAM mMSiWi Therell Be a Hot Time in the Old Commonwealth This Fall T m 0 let contests are going to be heated aiad you want to keep posted espec- ially in your local affairs No paper is better prepared to furnish the political news of the local field than THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS with its army of country correspondents We will send the NEWS for one year and the Farmers Home Journal for nearly five years for the price of your home paper Â¬ HTHE November lanterns bribed the guard at the en trance and in all yieited aVout thirty rooms When we got fairly inside we put out the lanteraa for a minute and ithe darkness was horrible Think of being confined for life in the dark damp foulwuelling hole In several rooms we found skulls and different parte oi a human skeleton with slimy liserda and big gaunt gray rats slinking and crouch ing In the corners Oh what terrible stories those dark reeking walls could tell if they could only speak What tales oi the horrible alienee of thirst starvation madness and death And as I stood in the uncertain flicker of the lantern light and watohfd a lsanl crawled sluggishly into the empty eye eoekt of a grinning skull I could m t a shiver of faar and thank appie God that the time ei auah tlinga if paet at least oa this ielead From that chamber we climbed a flight of spiral stain and into a chamber that at one time had been used aa a maculae for the storage of ammunition It had a pile of old amooth bore cannon hails in it that from their rusty appear ance moat have lain thare for tha laet 100 yaere We visited many other rooms each one having something in it to aiekea the heart and disgust me It was with a sigh ol relief that we emerged from that hying tomb into tha brightness of Gods nnabiue and frvah air I wiahyoa could eeeaU I aavede aoribedIt 1a a sign once seen never I I Â¬ aU Wns Rtnt dkis jkix samTrgrx xmT bt F BALLARD U JAMES For sale by A R Fisher Olovarport Ky ft Lout Sfljjl SiieMlil by ttSjttao DS ONE DOLLAj D MaJaMaowtaadaacka alt dnen hate The prevailing style of bate lo ha worn tins winter is the tourist hat It isafoft light weight bat with ornah orowv The beet sellen have been pearl cotrKl Tlir ar perhaps eight or ten accepted shades One particularly pret Â¬ ty aud i iff tit hat is made of the fur troin an Australian animal whleh is impoife ri frr the manufacture of these bate ex du ively 90 000 IE aB aaaaaaBB BsIB kmUlU HlaUaVfaMSalaBflai tun raaaaaBaPlVlsBBBBBr rar aw SssVaKBBfi JHaWlaHaW or heard BmfXaHaHPETaBHaraTawaTar yea fraigtat oapot and It oaaa ptrfaet- aw am III lfL XtSai3aaBBlBB ejaSCaagMaSeSSfl aalaBSBSBVaffaaaEal flaVaaflRBalH aBaHaflUaBTaTaVaTal raattalr BSlmammMmmmm an external liniment of most won derful nanetratlve power 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1 JO utwaataba dit r0k aaoni iimiaiiiisavaa a t WILL ATTEND TO YOUR WANT WHEN III 4Klt HEED jfefatalBfaMmr oAii lafctfftitfirairVlTiTrTi ifn 6 M a Jto E2Z2EZE2 PfWWv A ww- - rwwMyfMw i iy tMvitekiiW eatsa v - etftjsSet Wip fU mmgwavemryui jW WWfp rVP IH y sm KW snip pilLUflW piflipWWffiWVVJ Breckenridge News mvanMmBKnannnMMii WEDNESDAY 8EPT 20 1880 SMOKELESS POWDER Manufacture To Be Begun Soon At Indian Head A mmmmmmm h HraddTson Hou1 DH WHITSITT GOES ABROAD Dr William H Whitirlit who recently rsslsned from the presidency of th flonthern Baptist Theological Beroinary wilt Isay week from today for Europe where ha is going to spend a year of tody and research among the old worlda libraries preparatory to writing a history of the Baptist ehnrch He will sail to London several days afUr arriving in Fsw York It was at first thonsht that Dr Whit aitt wonld accept a ohair in one of sev Â¬ eral colleges which made him offers after he resigned from the presidency of the seminary Though Dr WhiMtt gate oonsldsratlon to those offers he finally decided after consulting his friends that he would first write a history of the Bap Â¬ tist church After completing this work It la probable that he will accept a chair In some institution of learning The proposed work will no doubt olsaly bring out the question of Immersion over which there was snob a controversy between leading lights of the Baptist church It will also be remembered that this controversy led to Dr Whltsltts resignation The resignation was acÂ¬ cepted by the board of trustees of the seminary only after a very close vote The Hev Thomas T Eaton ledthelooal iti WhlWU forces A banquet will be given Dr Whltaltt y a number of his friends at the Gait House the evening before his departure Dr J R Marvin is chairman I die oom- ntfttee on arrangements and addresses will be made by a number of well known Commercial citisens TABLKRS BUOKBYJB PIUS OINT aJJBNT relieves the intense itching It soothes heals and octree ohroale eases where surgeons fail It is no experi Â¬ ment Its sales inerease through its cures Every bottled guaranteed Prise 50ots in bottles tubes 76 cte A R f nis The Empire Disq VI DescrlptM Pleat of The Government Now In Progress OfCott- - strwctlori Washington 8rpt 10 The Havy re partment expects to begin the manufac ture of smokeless powder at its powder mills a fsw mites back from the Poto- Â¬ mac river near Indian Head wlthjn the next two or three months Work on the mMla has bssn pushed energetically and at present about 1800 men are employed AdmiralOJflel Obief of the Â¬ Â¬ Best Disc Drill made This it a sutoerb machine and will give perfect satisfaction where a Hoe Drill will not work It will never elog up With oorn stalks weeds and or foal trash of any kind It doe not make any ifferenoe how hard the ground is or how thioh the trash it will do excellent and ettooeeeful work Theres just one right way to sow saed just one way thats accurate reliable and profitable all at the same time There are and thats the E HIM RE DRILL av reasons enough to fill a book so weve filler one and will qe pleased to send it free to those who are mffioiently in ierested to aak for it Address DriiLblfiiiBUtar Tim Car la EtIMt Jaas 18 i ill1 XABT BOUND No L U tttf V riBS 4N at I Mat JSue SeMttnW Kwada MoQUADY A GOOD HOT in a tender spot The French people are looking forward to making a great deal of money out of the show It is a good thing that the appropriation or the ex position been mads Congress would hardly b In the wood now to ap propriate money The pain of a burn or scald is almost Instantly relieved by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm It also heals the In ured parts mors quickly than any other treatment and without the burn is very severe does not leave a scar For sale by A K Fisher Oloverport It A Shell man Stephensport Â¬ J W PATE KENTUCKY Warthinftoa OritlSi Mattlnslr Crweaahoro Fataa owwn frIUclrport lad TTDirjwaw IS lawlaaorl Paleaa HawetvSIc Caaiiatkaii k Tael Chy Bkllimaei ha- - rati 1 440 I 454 Ctoferfert AaVMaww eaTaSSjaawav lfak SBmmmemKr lafememeaHli igLjKr i K SammemeW I Fisher MARK TWAIN ON THE JEWS The Jew is not a disturber of the peace of any country Sven his enemies will oonoede that He is not a loafer he Is not a sot he is not noisy he is not a brawler nor a rioter he Is not quarrel- Â¬ some In the statistics of crime his prssenoe is oonspicuousjy rare In all WlthWmurdsr and other countries crimes of violeneAhe has but little to do he is a strangsfp the hangman In the police courts daily long roll of as saults and drunk and disorderlies his hams seldom appears That the Jewish nomels a home in the truest sense is a fact which noons will dispute The family is knitted together by the strftigeairrftlQM its members show each other every due respect and rev erenoelorthe elders is as inVlolate law The Jew is not a burden on the charities of the State nor of the city these could oeass from their func Â¬ tions without affecting him When he Is well enough he workr when he is In eapacitsisd his own people take care of him And not in a poor and stingy way but with a fine and large benevolence His race is entitled to be called the most benevolent of all the noes of men A Jewish beggar Is sot impossible per Â¬ haps snob a thing may exist but there ws few men that can say they have seen that spectacle The Jew has been staged In many uncomplimentary forma but so far as I know no dramatist has dons him the injustice to stage him as a beg Â¬ gar Whenever a Jew has real used to bear his people save him irom the necee sity of doing it The charitable institu- Â¬ tions of the Jews are supported by Jewish money and amply The Jews make no noise about it it is done quietly they do not nag and pester and harass os for contributions thsy give ns peace and set us an example an example whloh we bars not found ourselves able to follow Mark Twain la Harpers Magaaine of the house W sf N Tarvla and Oeebel Meet According to the Bourbon News Jodas Tarvin and Wm Ooebel passsd through Paris Sunday night on their way to Lex- ington Perhaps this midnight con Â¬ ference on the train may account lor the inconsistency of Judge Tarvins Oortng ton interview with his Frankfort speech Covington Commonwealth lady Is an orphan her structure standing and materially re parents having died several years ago ducing the loss which ooours when an John Harrington explosion Is closely oonfined In order Rev J W Little filled his regular ap to connect the many buildings and per- Â¬ BRIGHT BOYS pointment a the Methodist ohuroii last mit the powder process to be carried on STARTED IN BUSINESS tiunday at 11 cloak expeditiously a complete trolley oaf Mies Edna May who has been visiting service Is to be in operation This will of the famous big illus- Â¬ her sister Mies Lou May has returned The publishers keep the material in its various stages to her home at Kirk moving forward from building to build Â¬ trated weekly newspaper Pennsylvania Grit are now placing representatives at Ask Will Harrington and Joel Bruner ing until oompleted The electric plant post office in Kentucky and they how they liked their bugey walk to serves the threefold purpose of running every the machinery running the trolley ear desire to secure the services of capable High Plains last Sunday agents in each of the following Tom Gltpin was the guest of Miss service from mill to mill and supplying hustling towns of Breckenridge oounty Clover Lula Butler last Sunday We dont light for the plant port Hardlnsburg and Irvington and in ttdnk Tom will keep batch much The opening of the mills will mark a such other towns as are not already sup Â¬ longer distinct departure by the Government plied The work la profitable and pleas Heretofore all the supplies of powder Miss Meloay Butler who has been ant A portion of Saturday only is re-- I have been drawn from private sources visiting friends here for the past two VfOI UWU BftVUPO SIB uuiugi The first appropriation made by Con Â¬ 4U11VU weeks returned to her home in Louis- Â¬ splendidly No money whatever is regress for a powder factory was about ville Sunday quired Every thing is furnished free i00000 but in the last Naval Appro Ed Bramlett and J T Powell and his priation Bill 1000000 was given for the Stationery rubber stamp Ink and pad sister will be baptised on the first Sun purchase or manufacture of powder advertising matter sample copies etc day in October at the Hair pond by This permits a part of the last appropri Papers are shipped to be paid for at the Rev Buohanon pad of each month Those not sold are ation to be ased for the mills now in not charged for Write to Grit Publish Toe young people enjoyed themselves oouree of construction Commander lag Co Wllllamsport Pa and mention at the apple cutting Thursday night at Oowdea is in charge of the work of con Â¬ Chat Ramseys Those present were the Bmckbkhidgk Nxws struction Misses Melsny Butler Lou May Clara Harrington May 8eeuskle Covie Ram All Abottt the Weather sey Lillle Board Lora Harrington Me Â¬ The editor of the Farm Journal asks It looks like nriaH loay Seouskie Annie Oliver and Millie Why hav a mortgage on the farm bag your pardoaT Board Messrs James Harrington Jim poor crops sour bread grip leak In the say H looks like raw I Carter Orrie Board Logan lutler Will roof hola la the pocket skeleton In the What dotot and Jack Harrington and Jack Basham closet or any other psa or trouble The the weather when yon can yet the Farm Journal for The weather my dear sir k a eon Um balance of 1809 and air of 1900 1901 dltlon Bain is water Ja the aot ef Jail- Â¬ Mt and 1908 nearly five years by payÂ¬ ing from the clouds It is Impossible ing a year in advance Jar the Bmokbn that they should look alike Inlayon flan do if yen moos Nm What I meant was that the sky are not too late looked Hire rain Squally impessibls The sky Is the blue Tank above us the seaming arch Now lassie of Stamps or dome we mistakenly It la said that a new issue of stamps is heavens thatdoss not resemble oalt the falling It to bear Deweys portrait and an ex Â¬ change remarks tbatlt wonld not do to Weil then if you an so thunder CeVKlBR JeVIIMAL than use HobsoosfaooUka this as one half I ingly particular It looks as if It wonld la Mr dMrptpw fblUtwd fcrthfayMlhy and of the women would be licking the qaaalMy rain wrong aide of the stamp Tell City COUMBR TOUMMAl h Utt TUB As U what wonld nun Mparter afall otfcar Journal aai ef mm daittt aa4 titKAM mmnm Amm ma The weather of course mm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bureau of Ordnanos aooompanled by Lieut Seymour of the Bureau inspected the work during the last week and was much pleased at the progress made Al Â¬ ready about a ikstn buildings are com Â¬ pleted the electric light plant said to be one of the finest in the world is in Â¬ stalled and the standing pip 120 feet high is up There are ten or twelve other buildings well along toward com- Â¬ pletion Altogether the group of build- Â¬ ings will number twenty four or twenty five with a capacity of 9000 pounds of smokeless powder daily This daily out Â¬ put seems large at first thought but one of the big thirteen inch guns of the In Â¬ diana usee 1000 pounds of powder at a single shot The various buildings of the powder plant cover a wide area about four miles back from the river The general pur Â¬ pose has been kkeep the buildings as far apart as the requirements of manu Â¬ facture would permit in order to avoid the dangers of explosions For that reason there is nc large central building but many small ones each having a distinct branch of the powder making They are arranged also with a view to the prevailing winds so that the risk of haying the fumes of acids borne by the wind is reduced to a minimum One building la used exclusively for the picking process another Is for mixing another for the acids In this way each stage of manufacture is detached from all the others not only reducing the chances of accident but aim giving some security against wide spread damage in case of explosion in any one stage of the process Another precautionary measure has been the building of light papsx walls at the ends of the buildings These readily giye to the pressure of an ex- Â¬ plosion leaving the main walls of the WEATHER STORY Bsmtok Kr Sept 19th Something of mysterious nature is eauslafc great ex Â¬ citement in the York settlement about six miles south of here About six days ago the fourteen-year-olgranddaughter of a pomnnt and wealthy farmer of the York neighbor- Â¬ hood was sitting in her roont when a perfect shower of rocks nieces of brick shavings and cob fell around her some of them even falling upon her but she did not and could not feel them and only noticed them that fell upon her when they fell from her clothing Sino that evening regularly at 4 oclock they fall around her In more or lees quanti- Â¬ ties One evening she fastened herself with a number of relatives and friends in a room looked the doors barred the windows with the hope that should It be some person causing the rook etc to fall around her that he or they would be caught but all this proved of no avail as the rooks brickbats etc fell from where no one can explain more than ever This seemingly maraoulous act Is caus- Â¬ ing a great sensation and hundreds of people are calling there every evening A city official of Benton went out Phm Inrrafjem OwetM hi Â¬ Â¬ PAY UP ALL WHO PAY FOR THE Ekrea Bfartdeobwr lofip Braach Rock Harm Kealuokr Straat LorHlll Uarea Dee Ai Willow Dl Howard Waet PIb 6 38 180 12 in 2m 36 m 70 746lni No 4j No 4J til WRST HOUND No 41 Lalvflle UrJoh Dap Lvl Kaatsalty Street WeatFaiBt Howard Wfltowdalc Braadafloar 9 gJSpra 846 It CUSTER The wedding bells are ringing Clint Ramseys baby Is very elok We had a splendid rain Friday night Miss Mattie Thompson is on the sick list Ed Tucker left Thursday morning for Matioou Illinois Mise Covie Ramsey is expecting to vistt LouUville soon Several from this place attended ohu ch at High Piains last Sunday Rev Cliff Bucbanon has just closed a Baptist meeting at this place Oar Literary Society meets twice a month and is very interesting Leland the little daughter of Mr and Mrs John Butler is very sick Mrs James Tuoker and children of Hardlnsburg are visiting Mrs Sallle Tucker Rev Little returned from Louisville last week and reported that his daughter was very sick Our BOliool is progressing nicely under the management of Prol Fowler and Reck ltarcn Skrea Ohmoh irvHJI BtwagtCA 9 SI e e e a Irylagton Wefttter LodRnvz Pierce 9 44 951 967 1002 10 08 1014 10 Steeaentpsfl Additea Holt Oloverport Shopa SWtlawa 24 1031 10 46 tose 10 66 1049 l for CaaftehoB HawMvllle Petrle Tell Cky J Falcon Lewleport Wakman Pawars iferloekport lad 804 812 818 827 8S3 90S utt 11 19 111 ONE YEAR AHEAD WILL RECEIVE THE Owenaboro 1atei 842 8 58 Maltlnsly GrrfStB 918 1216am 1220 939 947 123 12 3S 964 1010 1266 1040pm 126 7 20am there yesterday evening and procured several of the stones that fell around the young lady while he was present He could not tell whence they came nor could any of the gentlemen that went with him Her relatives have exerted their ut most to find out the oauee but have almost given up and attribute it to a high Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Stanley Worthing ton Ilaadaraoa Bvauvllla 7 Kaada Seettaville Baaketa 922 921 925 1246 Ar St Louie lift 71P er power The young Ilot 45 and 46 have rBllman Buffet SWpng Can and elegant high back teat Fateenfer Coaches through between Loukvflle Bvanevtlle and St Louie without change No 41 and 44 have elegant high back aeat Paet enger Coaehea and Parlor Car tervice through be Â¬ tween LouJtvllIe KvtaiyHlc aad St Louie wttboat chance Not 49 and 43 have Parlur Care aad cltirent Coaches hetween Louleville and Bvaneville with- Â¬ out chaaee BDGAR HIL1 Traffic Manager Louitville Ky L H 4 St L NEARLY FIVE YEARS Remainder of 1899 and all of 1900 and 1903 1901 TAKE Ns 10 IN BFFOT SUNDAY JUNE TIME h Fordsville Braicb 18 1899 Wett Bound Tralm NoStrNo6t Katt Bound Irna STATIONS Lr Irvmton Hamad Junction HardintbMrg Junction Olendeaae Uarfteld No2t tNo Ar 1902 Kirk Jolly This offer is bjr special arrangement with the Farm Journal and is for Ar Falleof Kough Dempeter Hock vale Dempeter Kuth Atklnt Fordtvflle Oak Lv A SHORT TIME ONLY Trala 41 41 43 and 44 connect ot Irvinetoa with Trains Net 3 and r Tor Doktte on Fordtvfllo branch Trains 3 3 4 and 5 run daily Trains Noa a aad 4 connect at lrvlagton with Mala Line trains 41 4e 43 and 44 Dally Safsty GOntPOKT I Louisville mm m4 la wllk tlOO u4 illwllH tkU Itff kjMtfUC e lanefMB iivku Myias mMHlkk Tou an aumlaa It at yovraMrMt trataat depot aad if Toy Sad It atattlr at raarwat4 equal to orgm Oiai retail at STSee ta Slttoea thairrutMt TluTOUorw and larbatMrtoanorgauf adiarilMd brotutrt at mora moner daj tkafrtlfhl aoaot mur imUI SO eharoaaaSar rtfee S3 170 rtlglit and Evansii YOU uu OWE DOLLAR mu btu Packet Line Fast Mail Line Between GET K UMtaalLaerail and MI75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 BAYS fBlCE 4 krMfewt Bfh aa anr waa uir aaada bclara TM1 AOMK QUEEN ooa ottiMDlBiaUAlBSiruTl8T mtmum wrmm baautirul ppaaroo numrtmr aakaattaaaaaliatliaadaoiiialTdMoratedaiiiloraaiiMuMd THI f Cl eel iuehee hltfh lataHlSSSatrJa lBBBee wide and Hi u iMhM loiur H wlg wepouadc Vq rrieipj wine a ooMbTee at etope hiuuuwii Seu CeeeUr Trakle MeH aeleSe CeleeU Cneiee 1 Otui leeelera Meier Wmiii ferte kM Tet tela Seetl 4ui Otekwlrel h4 Ifeeeaaell 1 4raa 1 net ef II rare Smaetory nee Seeaif aleeia teleral IkennlailSrttaMlCeleiMaeeai Inelef H SltkBellew Seweik Mum Het4e I ax ef It riewleg w ACMK Ol KKN ar THK SefUMilliM rrtaeleel Maa aooalal of the uelebratad Xewell Mej wnloh are otily aeadn the blgbeil grade Inetruwenu fitted with Many eae wieiire eaa ret iuiih aiao neeii uuiHre reii Utbere et bellowe of tbe beet robber clotb I plr kellawe etoek and flneet leatlier In reive 1HE ACME atlUCM la furnlahed wlkha lOxlt bereled alata fraiiah elrror alckel Dialed Dedal f rantea eTaf7 nwoem improvement ne rereMa tree e aaaa ty iaJ Louisville and Evansville steameiis ream ImUwmTi nf from ttaa IlludraUon tbown whito f ormeoma MaaoClta to BaraTd direct from apboMfrapb70H on E G EAGON W A BISHOP MORE - F M RYAN Matter Purser if TABASCON D L PSNNY Matter L T CONNER UnTwiCH-A-WlI- 8t Purser TELL CITY R HBALLARD Matter W B NKWBtXL Parear TWICB-A-WlB- h The weather as betore stated being a condition cannot rain The clouds then eon ton ad yonl And here it comes And I nave hike so much time In talking tovou that I hall get wet to the sUn balers I eaa gat to the oar Good day TfrMte BonfieldXIL WrHe rBtara Bead aUMMMariSM any mW la- FwtsaWay aa4 Saturday A go 7J commla ttafwta Saapla eoalai Iraa a aaaMcaUoa lar P D STAGGS COURIER JOURNAX CO L0UI8VILLB KY IY A SPECIAL ARpUNIEMENT ailAaAHTfCB w B YEARS AIIMHawliaS w w IIHUAI a written binding at vear guarantee bj tbe nera ooaoHiona o wnmei is an j part gives out Try It one month and we repair It free ef charge we wiu renew yoar money if yon are aot perfectly eat 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worn Luocmsjm rated i the mkrobs bsariag mucus Is cut ant the omtas tf that rkkUnn- Is rcnumd and the lafissned nxtotf nc are healed and soothed to that that is no lnctfnslluci to cough Ef flpBUiaBEaKflllTBV iff ft fffrtW fc l U V 8UaOoiy oup nv BK au ojooo B SO uvavaaesT st 01 OO 0Mua SURC YOU OCT us Br Be Hifrfif toMf Representative Orosveoor of Ohio who has just retumod from Korope spending part ol lbs time In Paris when asked by a newapapar representative if the Ureyfus verdict would hurt the Paris exposition replied Beyond a doubt No aattan can ai ford to boycott the exposition as a na ttee because such an aot would be a ili reolJyaauJt to FYaoww but individual can express their oniaious aau km my Jadgemeot thousands who wonkl other Â¬ wise have vWtS rWis wiM iow trnnain 1 kiyta ai I f in mm i1 ia-w-- msrz W IIMtai cV PILE n2qKMlsllNHniJMaaj - TABLERS BUCKEYE anararrriTETaUasl I QtaHMB PpgsaMtesf MAl8RSt lut mmmammn B smsunBasI OOTB M 5T i 1 bsbbbbV ilfcl fc aiiiain sbaaskl znwri aMajnjMfW na7r Ae uj c MeLammr Books aa4 blanks rau The armsspel oi this hn4i 01 ftookkaeoiu is taa auiaar 01 me lbaiuhi watca u aaaa in THuunaiius 01 piianc ana arlva eckoorei iackdlrg the public achooU ol New Vut I he and other lagc liUes Laaowo evsteal Shorthand Is taught Studiua from ever HtateO Yoacaagraduaia i vour tins he Kererui Hrwamttee aasiatac te utue aitiina aracu latsb to Tttoaa who aaNu run uiaumi at Fall courses gft cash or you can pav 100 OR 300 PER MONTH BBBmaaTarJ aBBBmfJi ihvh imm I IBmmawamBamTawaaai ni -B CURE taCUWAKl SCHOOL almaaa9 H aaSk Wast JoMaraea St lea4aUaa mimmmmAm H BSeavaarmjisnm W A WALKHL 11 uxj j A aVvMaaV rCNNYROYAL aavJ PIUS tiNviif t A W I J New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL FILES WTTHQUT PJN CURES WHCRC ALL OTHER HAVE FAILED jrtMsjt m Mail IB Ckntb otticb 00 CtNT f WALKER BOARD IHrfl I9ammnmamamLammi Ural ten siassai J I wi4i Mnai aI DENTISTS Qrowft Brtdt Mad Pkt Work U SINtJH tlf Hi I f9HE n III fall rj 14 btt re tfjJtJr I MJiMNI 4 ijrfi t i iJf fi VaaSt Falamttiinilalllir For sale by A - - i W R Ilnher CirHrt art si Ky tTeimiei IlIAHDINSH U V f r Smm Drt But Ftw Ralgii f X lmM ft We art showing the largest and beotiMlaoted line of Ready-to-We- ar k 100 Oloth Skirts From the Brilliantine quality at To the elegant Orepon Tboeaaa Aadersoa who has bean tor eight yearn Oeaetabie of the Bewley villa Diatrlct has resigned hie podtlon Ha ays it la oa aeaoeat of dull booinees 1 that line of work Ha wil dVvote ajl bta tiro to farming now nod aaya ha lateada to work as hard daring the next eight years as he has played the last tight Mr Anderson HI lad hi office vary aeoaptablr aa will be seen by the fol lewteg latter frcm Uoanty Judge Ahl T W AadereooO B 0 Big 8priag Ky Dbjui Six Your reeltaattou as Con Â¬ stable of the Fourth Magisterial District of Broken rids ounnly received today and aeeepied by the loart lam only s rry that yea did not continue your time oat as you have wade one of the beet officials the oounty Ins bad since I have bees Jttdge af the County Court Koiportfnlly at 648 AGENT BUTTERIOK PATTERNS both sides bat the that there are raatu great problem is Are those Amlts remedi Â¬ To a great extent there ia no doubt able the eondltioM which reralt hi divorce may be remedied Given a dyspeptic husband aad a wife suffering from female trouble aad we hare the ready made elements of a divorce omc In view of the facte there can be very little doubt that many woutea took forward to divorce only btcauee they seek relief from obligation tbey do not Ww Aiil J B CC Women are not to feel fitted to fulfill blame They have looked forward to their else Ikwa Hill home life aa a dream of radie Then diteate cornea like a serpent and destroys People Buffering hum ICtdtiey Diseases all happiness Women who suffer with debilitating fel a gradual but Heady loss of strength inflammation ulceration female and vitality They should lose no time drains and bearing down pains will find trouble in trying Foleys Kidney Cum a Guar Â¬ certain relief and cure in Doctor Pierces It so A anteed Preparation R Fisher Olo- Â¬ Favorite Prescription feminine invigorates and regu Â¬ the onraaa peculiarly verport E A Witt lUnliasburg lates their functions that they are eetab Ufhed in a perfectly healthy condition The old lightness of heart cornea back W C T U Program theres light in the eyes and a smile oa the The nervouaaeM Servieee will be held at the Baptist lips gone old irritation andcomes to are his and the husband oburoh on Mondny night September home as a haven of rest and comfort 36th at 8 p m The folloVing is the I rn troubled with female weakness and after taking three bottles of Dr Pierces Pavor program Ue Prettriptien I am free from pains write Mrs Mar B Jo ies 319 Madison Ave Ypsilaati Congregational singing Ileh I had suffered for two years when I Scripture reading began taking- your medicine I could aot walk across my room without suffering dreadful pains Prayer Now t do all my housework ana walk wftere I please thanka to Dr Pierces medkioe Congregatiooal singing Reading Mre Dr F M Smith Solo Mrs L T Raid who has been visiting Misa Fannie Lecture Rev T V Joiner Groves at Fordsvillp Mies Allen will Solo Miss Reynolds lsave for her home in Louisyille next Quartette Prol Mipla Mrs Rowland week Miss Wai field and 0 VV Moorman Jr 011 -- The dtoofc erlt MaM to grow wftk vtrr year 7300 divorcei werec anted hi tfie State of Ohio last year We agree The Fair Oloverports Leading One Price House James A Boyd Goes to Louisville Mr James A Boyd was in the city yesterday from Henderson He formerly resided here and was employed at the shops Mr Boyd goes to Louisyille to accept the position now being held by Mr Pat Cain for the Henderson Route It is said Mr Cain will resume bis place as engineer on the main line They are both men of fine ability and are valuable employes of the company The Farm Journal is choke full of gumption and has the largest circulation of any farm paper in the world It is good everywhere We offer it for a short time as a prize to advance paying sub-Â¬ scribers to the Bbuckenridcie Nkws a year ahead and the Farm Journal for the balance or 1809 and all of 1900 1901 1902 and 1903 nearly five years all for the price of our paper alone MULDRAUGH Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News 20 1809 8EPT t ADDITIONAL EDITORIAL Th Hon John P Haswell Jr will open his campaign at Glendeane next Friday Sam Payne of Stephensport haB bought a lot in Irvington where he will It does a mans soul good to drive build a residence at an early date He over the roads from here to the Tar makes this move in order to get the ben- Â¬ f pringe The good roads movement is a efit of the schools at that place Mr crowning Bucoees Payne is talking some of putting up a canning factory also Thk letter printed in our last weeks issue on the subject of 00 w peas was Accidentally Shot written by our young friend David Granville Heath of Hardinsburg Henry who now lives in Chattanooga while fooling with a pistol was accident- Â¬ Tenn ally shot in the leg just above the knee Thk procession that followed the rock It occurred last Wednesday and Mr Dr crusher through this town last week Heath ia laid up in coast quenca means more to the bucwbs prosperity Kincheloe reports that it is quite an ug and progress of this town and oounty ly wound than all the political rallies and prooes- The Hisses Iglehart aions that will be held in the whole The Misses Iglehart of Evanayille county for the next two months were very beautifully entertained at tea Monday evening by Misses Elizabeth Wk want more men like Jim Harris rand L D Addison in this town men and Margaret Sklllman at their home at Cedarwood who put their money in machinery - What Goebel and Woodson did to Stone was a plenty to kill the whole lay- Â¬ out and the Democratic party aa well To Send to School give employment to labor and turn the raw material into the finished pioduot pTuey Bee gold in the rocks the apples tand the timber and go after it l HARDIN GROVE Much needed rain came Monday even- Â¬ ing Maye Connor left for Oloverport Tues Â¬ day Miss Kate Weatherholt visited in this vicinity Sunday Miss Edith Wheeler spent Sunday with Min Stuart Groves Mrs J D Brashear spent a few days with Mrs S S Connor of Rome Mrs Ida Baggott spent the day with her auntMias LHardinSunday at Rome Mr Clarence Wheeler aad daughter Miss Eunice went to Cannelton WednesÂ¬ day Mrs M Blainand Mrs J WMoCann of Stephensport were the guests of friends Friday The serenade was enjoyed Monday Many thanks eoaie again evening Music hath charms Walton D Krouofa aadwife attended the funeral of their unole Mr Dhenau near Oloverport Friday Misses Jane Hambleton and Marion Babbage of Oloverport spent several days at Beaohhurat last week We are glad to hear that Prof Hardin Wbltmarsh has aeoeptad a position as principal of the Tray High oahool Mr A T Wheeler of Taooiua Wash Â¬ ington after aaabeanoe of fourtwati years ia here Waiting friends and relatives Do lot oaa of our neat aooular vann man slog Whistling Bafus Keep ou you will oaasu toe tuaa when Sumaur ooates again Quite a few young people from tola fdaee will astaiad the Blue and GrsyBa aaJon at SvaMaiilaaAd than go to Louav Tills to aMtiMraat Admiral Da way Quit a lav aL par youag aaaaaata will giva a He ahaae Tuesday morning A number of Jratads will law sham from LoulgalO WaabiagaoB aad Tohina patt OTWtaiHy Avaboojub nave beta aaawrad Altar thalr ratura a reception will ha given at Gamp Lawn Mr Klnear Whaalar auJ netee Miss - KBt UUl OI I118 UHP- row do nothing policy of eoonomy and wake up to the fact that it must do IflnmAHlf no Tlnnt volt fnr onmatlitnn in turnup uut turn something up Let all of us get a move on ourselves Clean the weeds from the front of our doors if nothing else j -- l Wn Ah 1U1J HIHU UUgUV Wl Thk Hon Henry D Allen of Morgan- held spoke to about 76 people at Har- dintburg last Monday His speech was free from aouse along conservative lines land was well received He is a splendid nan and will enter Congress for the I rat time next December to represent i Second District P WFooriteontrlbutes a splendid of the Naws ob a pljactof interest to everybody the outb Hes not kicking aalnet it Jier but like the wise man has ore red himaelf or jdst such a spell His udeia a valuable contribution and tide to this issue id bo read by farmers generally Thb negroes in this town aea howling r Goebel They sav be has atom let d em a separate ooeah aael separate par or oar if they will vote Joe him and blect him Governor Its manly a vote causing scheme If Mr Joebel tutu do u much for the people and the negroes mpseiellv he ought to have abowa his In ad while ha was in the law making BsexVBJ partmeat of tbe state wltlah be Iliad r waive yea Mr Uoebel knows ixl every other maa with ajar Juage- BBBBBBaftl aa aa an Known uwi an uti afford to pat on two-the macro cueoh law ia ail right aa It saweS forced It aatiatiea both while with the eaoeptioa of a few who are alwava up to a to put themselves ia office BMaflafv At A K raaarl fisher Olurerport K Uti Hardiuaburg drugstorco a lElwt f eare lor all kidaey wa exhaustloa and female weak t 11 tolayt Kidney Oar I jttNajflRpgBkJMisa BamlM awat to enhanaon thiodar ul waraJHto at Um Midway botai MftmajHUMtbe train aad there Uraoe Allen m iiaiiiiiriitiliiiiiiiimsiiWiifaiTr s An interesting shooting match occur Â¬ trade red on the grounds of the Hardinsburg accidentally Amos Black who was shot laat week while out hunting ia im- Â¬ gun club laat Friday The match wts for live birds the first shooting of the Al SO proving Sbeee and Lambs Oholc aaetp U 090 kind in town Ope hundred live 4 08 good ft 404 Mi lair 84 1004 80 Mr aad Mrs J D Bseler of Kirk pigeons were shipped from Louisville eholoe lanbs 86 7BO Wi eeaamea te need spent last Sunday here visiting Mre and the sport waa 84 00H 05 fine Tbe members Lenala Buffalo ate some of th beat shots in the oounty 1 Miss Tula Daniel left last week for St aa the score iadicetee - Folio win Is the Cattle Batchers 84 7806 86 shleeleg 88 804J6 80t sews aad 86 00O6 SO too Louis where aha will visit her sister official scored heifers 88 784 80s atoeVers aad feeders Mri Ely Oalves 88 6008 78 W F Hook 88 8094 BO 2 28 01 0 84 8004 86 saedloSBS nofS Yorkers 2 1 0b 0 L Beard 1 0 2 2 of Irviagton Mies Nora Henderson 84 80CJ6 00 heavy 8 80O4 98 pigs 84 78 12311 0 1 07 was here last Sunday visiting Mia Amon T JH Hook 04 80 M Beard 1 2 1 2 2 0 2 00 2 7 86 000 10 Medlsaw Hofs Yoraers Jsa4svVswa0SrB B H Millar 1 01 1 1 2 1 0 0 a 7 88 0005 06 heavy 86 00 piga 84 8004 88 Mies Celeste Beavln who baa been B N Miller 1 a 2 0 2 1 OD 2 M Sheep tad Lamba Good to eaetes spring lambs 86 8808 00 fair te good 88 800 visiting Jake Smiths family has re- Â¬ Oiaude Mercer 1 1 1 1 1 il 1 01 0 8 J H Gardner 0 0 1 02 1 1 2 2 2 7 6 66 cells aad common 84 9004 TO mixed at Btwlevville sasse 4 6001 T6 ctrlls and eososaon 88 10 turned to har home Birds killed but fell out of bounds 01 00 CAotM rearllngs 84 7008 08 1 Indicates killed on first shot while Newa was received hate laat Friday New York that Mrs fistel Sutton ia ill at hat s Indicates bird killed on second ahot OaUle aWrs 84 8008 IB esea 84 TO home la Louisville with typhoid fever Another live pigeon ahoot will take 3Bi heavy baits M 80 eswa balls 88 7604 Y 0 Babbage filed a petition in the place on same grounds next Friday 83 0004 00 88 80 Calves Teato 88 8008 78 grass ofeeuit ooart last week for the aer lemon t evening commencing promptly at 3 p 04 00 fed calves 84 8009 00 All apofftomen cordially invited Ihsep aad Lamhs 8hae 88 8004 081 oi the eatate of H W Board of Roaatta m The slab challenges any club in this or laawa 84 9008 87W eall 84 OO0J 7 Mr wljMhriaaer who bat boon HoffS 84 18008 ft Wheat Mo 3 red 7446e Csa Wa X haadliagtobaooetor BJ Beard Ado adjoining oouatios for the contrast of 40s Oata Jla hasreturaed with bis family to Lords either livt birdaorclay pigeons CHaeiaaasL vilk Aaowotf Or tfaye Ms X Whaat Ne 3 red Optts Osa Bern W B Saeed aad A H Dayig Bov J W Bighorn in his eleven Me 1 mixed 34a Bye wUad SSwc Oata wore both rotaraed io tbal work haro oclock sermoq last Sunday taoraiflg -- Ne 3 8bo Urd WM Belt mtats U 80-- Bacsa mt aext rear by thai annual eon rondo a reply to a eermoa preached hem 88 18 Bogs III 8504 86 Oattts M 7008 88 eotae weeaa ago by Dr Creorge Hays os 8Mp 83 Jtlohard May planted a hill oi srateis theaabjecioi inbred sin The doctor melons aear a straw stack in his corn holds a contrary opinion to that of oome Wool Ohio aaaeaei X field aad th yield waa hiseea large of his aisclee along this line and tbev 80s X Xand XX sad shore molona on oao vine take him to task over his pontlon when Â¬ Ulna 88 Me 1 eeawaa T 0 Lowta the pepelar jeweler of ever he asserts himself Mr Bighorn alotaJMr e this place ia quite ill with the flux Mr holda that sin ia incorporated In every Oara Ma 3 mixed Wheat No Jim Henry Glaaseoakv who has beett 830- - Oata 8 Me 3 attaai 31h Bra Lewie has beea out several weeks selling being from birth end to hold any other Farmers are buey aaHlag ready for dealiag ia Otevarssaii ijl 08 timber aear Hudson vtUe wag sto 8 Stte aowiag machines aad came home skk view Is contrary to tbe doctrine of sowing wheat la town leaf week aVaUicwca he aaeerta He quoted Mm Lee Biahop aad Miss Ktta Olark inethodism Mm Bkhardeoa visited har paraata Master lulott Moorman etodeai Sjoa have oaeaed aae miUraerM atura Watson Wesley and many other eotia efolemV Mr and Mat Cava Hasury ekaday through the week bat a Saiardaf oterl- la the brick ooraat Their atockls ea eat writers to sustain htspoeitiou Big Svury one hi rejoicing thai altar thb ship at Deweee ktrelr aew aad they ask a ahare of the bam la a fluent speaker and eojjtaJjM ml nARJCBT BCLLBTtN weak BewlarviUe will ha a dry Iowa Robertaoa Qroa have juat eooaaUtad hia points well He bad a large easjgre trading public Waa Oala waa amy Boaday aetaaaV a la ga stock ham Thlg Utbekataoad gation to hear him last Maoday Jem Many near aaHwld has already ing Qeajtsjrly maatiag in HardiaaoMiy With cooler weather the egg market ia oae this sommer dried and sold on Um market this season Licooeod to flerry Mrs Jim Meadows aad ahiidraa hat MatottieJvcairJsAaaaOUTMc If a little firmer Poultrv steady 40 worth otjUti apples This Is a K B Blake to Iiille Johnson Alva baaa offoa a visit to relativaa la Owapa arrtveo today to visit Mm Vard Owam UttlcahsauUeityof hlsfartoor friends Jones to Dimple Uayaa bora 0 Martin to i aad eihar reUtivoa la that lis ivrl ia his awiBf eovskea par lb Viola Wilsou Oliver Basbam lo HuoiJ Mr Marvin Jahnaoa from Boaetta Shoriff Burton writes aatatlaialinrly ssoeaters old per lb at I Kiaeheloe received word last WhittiuKhill John haahaui U Av Aa waa a guest at Mr D C Johnsons Hope he will furnish eomething each Turkeys voUag large lb rday that his father who resides in Icine Jueepti Heaviu to MatMe Turkey Hens old per lb MatUtly rjuodajr week during his aljsen IfT Bullitt oountv had been thnmu fruut it Turkev Toroa old per lb Htju to Jtmlti f utile Clint Adkiason is anieamaxi in our new Mrs lie wees m brmilag ou a full in hie huree aud probably m ttived fatal lit Iucas r r anil tatrjr lb I V aad tat par lb store Mm Jamfagm la JoKunata to aa af milliaery which she wilt open Oeseo Q juries Hs le 84 ream of aga Jolly A Osdnti trviagtoM ky no outter oer lb boot the oioae o that weak Tb Holding True Hearts Missionary loaeet pflcas on ail goods and p v tie Guiueaa aauh 10 For Hats aad Caps Dry feed Cloth prtui m t Mm Bisk Oweavpea to UutovilUi UluswuK dry anil etopje tmL I hisfea prfits sieekHi t8 00 aooietv met wten their L B Pusey was the gneet of Miss Elizabeth Withers Sunday Dr 0 R Reeeor visited his Bister who is attending Lynland college Mrs Ellas Withers and son Archie spent Sunday at West Point J G Btinton has resumed his duties as night operator at Tip Top J T Brown of Louisville spent Sun Â¬ day and Monday with his family Mr and Mr W Kinoade spent last iK week with relatives at Long Grove Buy your fall goods from Meyer at Big Mrs Jim Farris of Tip Top spent Spring Thursday with Mrs Lewis Withers Born to the wife of James R Olarkson Mr J Young Bpent last week in on the 16th a son Louisville with friends and relatives H Meyer and Jobn Carter were in Frank Withers left last Monday for Louisville Sunday Georgetown where he will attend school A R Morris was in Louisville last W J Harahaa and farrily who spent week buying goods the summer here returned to Louisville Mr Joe BarnUt of Owensboro Is hare Friday visiting relatives Miss Llszie Richie of Garrett was the Meyer is head quarters for everything guest of her oousin Miss Clara Richie pertaining to the merchandile line Sunday Mr Jess Horrell of Oeoilfa waa here Mrs 8 Peiffer and daughter Pwrl of the guest of Miss Daisy Meador Su nday Louisville Bpent Sunday with Mrs H Do you want clothing hate oaps grocer- Â¬ Reeeor ies If so you save money by calling ou Dr Trent has returned to Louisville Meyer after a three weeks stay with Dr 0 R Mr Ed Martin and Mies Viola Wilson Raesor of High Plains were married Tuesday Mr and Mrs Bert Magness of New afternoon Albany are visiting Mr and Mrs W Miss Mary McMeador and Mr John Withers Meador were the guests of Miss Nan Carl- Â¬ Mr and Mrs S Harrington are vis Â¬ ton of Stepheusburg Sunday iting Meseis Wash and Alex Turpln of Mr Guy Meador and Miss Zlma Stroth Meadow Lawn er were the guests of Misses Edith aad Lee Brown of Vine Grove was enter- Â¬ Sudie Hauebert of Rhiney ville tained Saturday and Sunday by Miss Mr and Mrs Henry Peniuk Mrs Diok Daisy Withers Dowell Bro Walton and wife James Mrs Margaret Harrington has returned Harned and wife Misses Myrtle Moor-Â¬ to Shelbyville after a weeks vacation man Liazie Walton Maud Doran and with her parents Dr Strother attended Quarterly meeting Mrs V Myrtle of Louisville will at Howella Saturday and Sunday spsnd several weeks with her oousin Big lot of fall overcoats just received Miss Mollte Withers at Meyers Miss Carrie V Shaw has returned to Nashville Tenn to resume her studies GLENDbANE in Bellmont eoUoge Misses Pearl and Pink Withers were A great many gnats the guests of Miss Minnie Grablee of Hardin oounty Sunday Mrs Dewees is able to be In the store Mrs J E Johnson and daughter Mrs again Barnes spent several days last week Mrs Sweate visited Mrs Dave Howard with relatives in Louisville Sunday Mse Katherine Stark oi Glendale John Dean is at home after two weeks and Miss Blizibeth Hall of Webster are at French Liok the attractive gaeete of their eoueins John Deaa goes today to Pullman Misses Edna and Lula Harrington III on business Dewees is buying new goods aad ail Â¬ Bisaarks Iroa Xanre ing up his store this week Was the result of his splendid health Paul Dempster made a lying business Indomitable will and tremendous energy trip to Louisville last weak are not found where Stomach liver Teachers Association at Burtons Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the suoeeea Sonool House next Saturday Mrs Jim Lawreaoa aote to Owaaaboro they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They develop every power of Taeaday to visit for several weeks brain aad body Only Sfte at Short k Mrs Dr J L Owen Olowport la Haynee drag store Yietting at Mr Jlmmle Moormans oamsmsaBMpsmsmaBSBsmsjBeB Mrs Dr Dam peter aad Mr Country Â¬ man vislipd at Irvlngtoa last weak BBWLEYVILLE John Hale FordsvUla le bare repair Â¬ ing parfaoting thatalaphoie lias Weather vary dry Mas Amanda Mooriaa iraa at Tom Friday was 9A Day Moormans Sunday to riait har mother Give us a trial Jolly A Cats Mra Mattio Qauairy man of Argapta Dr P W Foota has AUad big alio Art is the guest of Mr Dr Dempster Xmetloe Dairy is attandiag sohool at DiekOwMtttriwifeaaeBt SuarJay at Irvingioa the pleasant home of Jesse Howard ia TbaooHshow was a anoansn a real today to awat Mrs Ptosear who oataoo to vralt ia oar n dghbotheod The roada have had a good worklag W F Boarth will move to Owensboro Wa leave the blue ribbon generally this week He has a good position aa in the same ohj place lumber Inspector is that oity Â¬ Mr aad Mrs Jeff O woo Joha Owed frV J O Call of Miaeoori who visit ed bare last aummer ia ooaduatiag a ahd Mies Battle Webb were at Tar Spring a short time lent week meeting near Ltxtngtoa Ky one of the hoys of this oouaty ware Smardayapapantalldf a 10000000 at Garrett Saturday afternoon playing chair trust Ferbasa the American peo Â¬ ple will alt dowo oa tola one baaa ball They won the gama HO Cain it potting up a nice little The U lend vane Sunday sohool will cottage home aear tows Ha hopaa give a plonio at the Obol Spring aear Mr Bob Robertaoaa next Saturday soon to be atle to be at home Ali Walla of Kansas after aa absence oar good editor wa flad in our Its Ueaial aad of eighteen years hat J net flnlabed a few tows Friday afternoon pleasant always wa nod him to be weeks vleit here aad rotoraa home this Mr and Mm Z T Stith visited Mr weak Dr Harrla aad Mr Watben Header and Mrs Robert Saudara from Laate yUe at Unole Ban Hardawaye Sunday son Falls uf Rough wen aambered Mrs Cochran aad Mrs Bar Hag sisters among the nailers in Gleadeaao Sunday of Mre Char Drury same Saturday ereaiag No great amount of polities talk bore evening to be Mm Drurys guest for a whll Some Democrats see viotory ahead and We 0 ily nek you to oome and sea our are getting ready for a big shouting la stock You caii not fall to flndboauthlng November you need and want Jolly Clyde Englhtii and Meter Mies Addle Oala Ir- Â¬ vington Ky came down from Webster Saturday aad Trial waa a flue acrostic ia the Naws visited at Oul fill DeaaVsand at Mr last week May blessings be upon the Jesse Moormans Miss Flora Tllford Fordavllla riaiiod writer for leyeiy mention of Golden Rod here Saturday and Sunday Her com Â¬ Mrs Jim Board of Hill Grove vicin- Â¬ ings are always welcomed and her deparÂ¬ tures regretted ity died raoantly of consumption Mm Board waa related to the Sklllmans ThaMeltoas a Louisville club will and Jordans of Breckenridge oounty play the Glendeane stub here oa Frank Beayia was at home Saturday SOtb x good game ia expeoted Ad Â¬ night aud attended eliurnh at St Ma- mission 36 eeats rtins Sunday On account of the raoftfg between the Frank baa our thanks for a real nice favor conferred by his raisers and th9 warms most of the to trip beceo is being eat The weims have The protraeted meeting held by Rev gotten their share Moore 0 jntinud through the whole f last Mr and Mrs Robert Otter and sea weak day and night Rev Braddock Worth of Louisville aad Mr ahd Mrs from the seminary was an attendant Leon Moorman and Mrs John Stone all and assistant in the services of LsltebAeld are visiting at Mr Willis Miss Blanohe Jolly and Lena Drury Owens at this writing have been away at Owensboro for a Irvingtons leading firm Jolly week or more the guests of Miss Faunle Jamison They write us of lovely times Cain they are having and we do rejoice In their pleasure But do hurry home Must Fight or Get Out girls The out Johannesburg Sept 13 landers of Boxburg applied to the bur- Â¬ BIG SPRING ghers for permission to remeia neutral in the event of war but were refused on the grquud that as Britons remain Â¬ Maok Herndon has returned home ing in the Transvaal aad refusing to New goods daily arriving at Meyers fight they must be regarded as eaemies H Meyer is the place to do your trad iMdGroaariaa Irvlngtoa Ky BBS visit Jolly mmmmmmmmmimmmtmm A Oala NEVER TOO OLD TO BE CURED S S S R1 ss m MM It is it a fiii IWaiOl a IU M WW PN8M am am ThBi Isallwfl nearly A- -all -i-the kUh ii Am does not n of MOOT mean w andl sickness among eiuswijr taar their io as to eeoape three fourths of the aumenta the rontedr wbioh will keep their gyatema young by purifying the blood new gsreagth aad life to the whole body It moNOMW aBwaammmmTBvam KnA tOTB1 P the appoUteTbdld giving blood throughout the entire system Sarah Pike 4T7 Broadway 8outh Boston writes good health I am seventy years old and had not enjoyed ways and in for twenty yean I was sick ia different lege The addition had Boaema terribly on one of my never be I doctor said that on account of -my age B would ourea mo aad it well again I took a doaen bottle- of S 8 oompletely and I am happy to say T avH did In mT life Tl a wall aa T For eigbt Xr J W Loving of Colquitt Oa saya eruption on eaa yearn I suffered tortures from a fiery my Ala I tried almost every known remedy hut thev failed oae by one and I waa told that my am which hi Btxtyrfxt was against ma and that I could never hope weft aoelnTl aeally took 8 S 8 and it my blood thoroughly and now I am in perfect health arWWl8l IHIM ggBsmaaaaagj trasvn Mw it la wholly unnewmm- - By bSood Hm they iatl fortify thenpeelves luneai w 1 1 t tat ond te Â¬ eVSopie THE 8 S S FOR oaa build upBLOOD od tangtben wbioh remedy SBoST IfiTT Caaoer Boaema Rhetimatiam OTwelme worst Oases the Wood Tetter Own Sores Chronic Ulcers Boils or any other disease ofAtlaata Ge Borfmontoese diieaeea wlU be seat free by Swift Speciflo Co B EltttX - is the only one whh i it andhdh3 of Scrofuk flj nochl whd4W - K REPUBLICAN SPEAKING BURKE and PRATT J PRATT HON CLIFTON Republican Nominee for Attorney General and the Tlflin O aear Sycamore It weighed over fell gOO pounds and burst into many pieees The light of the meteor was blinding and its roar In passing through the air was deafening It made the earth tremble whan it struck Aerolite Falls Sept- 15 A large aerolfrte HON JOHN BUBKE Bopahlioan Nominee for Superintendent o Fublie Instruction Will speak HARDINSBURG t at 26 TUESDAY SEPT MARKKT BBPOBTS Grain and Stock Prloea For Sept 18 Cleveland Mixed Yorkers aad meeiaaM good pigs 4 80flr SO Sheep and karabe flood to best lambs 6006 SO good to beat wether sheep BO fair to good Mixed aheap S8 78 4 36 Hogs 4 80 im Everybody Cordially Invited to Attend HARDINSBURG Look out for frost A few eases of typhoid fever ia town Ciroult ooart seoosd Monday in Oc- Â¬ tober J A Witt is af the Tar Springsibr a lady manager Mhw Irene Board at tbe home of Mrs R L WcQufHn Soturday afternoonK8ept 15cb Miaa Board dis plays executive ability in presiding over the little folks and shows that her Ltv rt is in the work Thjao faofa have already won the affection of tbe children and the society ia bound to prosper under her management Hey J W Bigham closed his years work with his sermon hare last Sunday night In closing he said the years work bad not been as efficient as he de aired and he did not know whether ho would bo returned next year or not Thinking over the matter though he felt aomeUmee like he ought to oome back that la another year he could make the work more satisfactory He had a warm attachment for tbe community and per Â¬ sonally tbe year had been a vary pleas Â¬ ant one to him His conference meets at Glasgow October 4th Â¬ Good to choice dry fed steers 00J6 ID fair to good butcher U SOCt 6 76 fair to bandy weight grata steers 14 3004 60 comWa and right grace steers Cattle 0 4 10 at 8 54pl 10 good to choice heifers 14 304 fair to good batcher cows ft 0764 90 fair to choice bulls 8 OOfje SO Calves BOOT 00 Good to beat Chicago Cattle Oeod to cbolee S 704J6 75 ateokers moner grades 14 90Q6 60 8 1096 00 balls cows aad heif- Â¬ feeders 8 COM JO 1 7Stje 40 Texas steers ers rangers S 6000 36 Calves 14 50ffl6 10 4 3064 70 mixed Hogs Ueary lots 4 S04 76 light 4 864 78 nigs 7sJ 2 3604 00 4 66 calls Beet faUre sheep 8heep and Lasaba 4 0004 36 culls S3 0098 36 ewessg 40 6 3636 40 weetaca J8 66 bast lambs H 864J6 46 colls S8 7St4 BO 71K- Whaat Nd 2 red Cro No 2 Sl688e Oata Xo 3 Me needed rest Si Pate is building a large barn on bis farm near town com If you want arstelaes laundry try and 1 - Pittsburg 6 00 80tJ6 0O prime W 30Q6 40 tidy batchera 76 bells stags 84 80CJ6 10 fair H 4004 fraeh eewt 880 00O and cows fa BO 00 Calrew 87 00QT 70 Hegs Medlums 14 96488 00 best Tera 4 W4 6 sht y otters 84 8Mk era 4 TO 4 0094 80 heavy bogs 4 88 piga Cattle Oholoe f6 78 SJ6 good 00r8 Wallace Babbage Mat Payne aad Xum Blaok both have fine crops of tobaeeo thai year 0 Royalty has moved into the property vacated by J H B Logan Mrs Phelps of Louisville is here vb itipg her father Mr J B Lennin Mary Franklin the little daughter of Mr aad Mrs P M Beard la ill with fever Mrs Dr Sutton lein Louisville this woek purchasing millinery for her fall Â¬ BIRD SHOOTING MATCH m A r i 11112 00 i 02 m - ad mtajpf aawsBi S6npfdfl m x ljffv l f i i 1 r f Jr aeri lt