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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 2BnszimraE3e3iQEi rPPWi i M mmn WfWJf Hf mm s Vf WW- - THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS AIaL VOL XXIV THR NIWS THArS FIT TO PRINT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1899 A HAPPY DAY HON JOHN OLOVBBPOKT SHOT PROM AMBUSH Breaks Sowfter Tarner Afresh In Kentucky Oat NO 11 SCHREECHED FOR WAR Peace Demonstration in London DISTRICT SCHOOL Meeting PHASWELL Jr TseobW Assodstiott mat at Burtons Safaool boos SaHirdey with a flo aetend Wait M Profit DmwiiW Owt The Speaker Were Peltes Chart the Crowd M Falluf marked London the attempt to bold m aotl- - war dem oMtowtkM in Trafalgar sonar the Bow sympathisers being rather rough- Â¬ ly treated Tnoorrtmos bld bat not to sup Â¬ 8pt ts crowd waved union jaeln and Mag the national anthem aad Rule Bri Â¬ tannia Ilk mighty invocations Tb speakers who were quite Inau dible were rooeived with groans de oayea apples and eggs and other rate atlas There were cheer for Mr Cham Â¬ berlain secretary of Kate for the cote- afos sad biases for President Kruger tome aoMtera who were preeent were carried shoulder high by the crowd There were several ugly rushes for the platforms which were surrounded oononants of the dwaoaatraUon who yelled fiercely Finally the mount ad police were telephoned for to clear the square Batons were freely used several person were trodden upon by the horses and 30 arrests were made The Transvaal situation presents no sew features Dispatches from Johan Â¬ nesburg report a complete dislocation of Che rand mining industry The ex odus continues and all the mines are Â¬ Â¬ port the sneakers st On the ooatrary m iM Oeneral London Ky Sept tt Bowder one of the principals In the old Sowder Turner feud in Bell county Ky was shot down near hht home Oeneral Turner telephoned to she po-Â¬ lios of this City that he bod committed the orlme and asked them what they proposed to do about tt As yet the authorities have don nothing and Tur- Â¬ ner has gone into the mountains where he h surrounded by friends This Is the first outbreak in this old feud In nearly ten years Bowder who was a young man was shot with a Winchester rifle the ball entering his right sin and oomtog outof his back He lived only a short time He was a son of Councilman Sowder of this place who was ten years ago a leader in the Sowder Turner feud Turner Is a son of Jack Turner leader of the opposing faction He Is but SO years old but probably the most desperate man hi this county After the shooting friends of Turners shot and killed Sowders horse and placed It on the railroad Htldst Burtons School P tlasweH Delivers an Interesting Talk house Last Saturday Hen JehH jiV Tot u losing a- - The Bloemfontem correspondent of pro Boer the Manchester Guardian organ says Both President Bteyn and Mr Flsoher of to Orange Free State executive inform me that the volksread Is absolutely unanimous that the two repuMias should stand or fall Sup- Â¬ together President Steyn said pose we remain neutral aod tbe Trans Â¬ vaal were conquered It is not likely that we would long be permitted to stand outside British control Let a rich gold field be discovered aid what will become of us The special correspondent of the Dal ly Telegraph at PietermarrUburg Na Â¬ tal says It hi believed that the pro Â¬ tracted sitting of the Orange Free State raad is due to the elaboration of de Â¬ No rain has fallen In cisive measures their republic and it Is doubtful wheth Â¬ er Che Boers can commence hostilities before the end of October Aatt Kxpanetoa Conference Boston Septa The league issued the following Un- Â¬ authorised statements having been mad as to the objects of the conference in Chicago Oot IT it should be said that there will be Anti-Imperial- ist no attempt there at negotiation wi any political party It is hoped this eonmrsnoe may nlaa for a system aic effort to establish anti imperialist Wi leagues throughout the country th intentioa of developing and crys Â¬ tallising the opposition to the presi Â¬ dents policy IfobartMay BAtlre Nw York Sept ML It is possible that Vtos President Hobart may be uo sbi to preside at the next session of r that it is now recognised as a serious probabttUy that he will not be In phys Â¬ the United States senate More than ical condition to accept a renomtnacion as the running mats of President Me Xinley In the nxt campaign The dis aase from which Mr Hobart suffer is a kidney trouble not acute but of a form requiring absolute rest for a long s Ktthsi Mis Hemes DesfioUers In th OalnesTfle Oa Sept M northern part of th county a man seated Dudley kilted Jim Smith and Bisrry OkeUey whom he found with ha wtf on his return from n business Mb Tb sheriff has goo to th scene of th crime It is stated that Dudley and hi wife hav left the community Okeiley was found dead on th floor bis head split open with an ax Smith ems lying on th bed with his throat track and the train ran over K An Bmpty on the Track Indianapolis Sept 2L In a oolllsloa at Colfax Daniel Campbell a Big Four fireman and Q W Draa a brakeman on the same train of this city were killed outright They were on the fast freight No 69 northbound At Colfax an empty oar bad been thrown in on a siding and In some manner ran out on the main track in time to ht the bead of the fast approaching freight The stack of the locomotive and cylinder and piston rods on one side were de Â¬ molished and one half of the cab was carried away Brothers Fight a Duel William and Louisville Sept 32 Charles Qoidstos brothers living on a fsrm near New Albany Ind engaged la a dual with corn knives In wfaloh both were badly wounded Tb men were found lying on the ground by a neighbor who chanced to cross the field Both were exhausted trom loss of Mood and most have died wHbin a short time Judge Peters Dead Lexington Ky Sept 19 Judge J B Peters died at his home in Mt Ster- Â¬ ling as the result of an attack of grip He was for many years a member of the Kentucky court of appeals and for 18 years was ohlef justice of Kentucky Judge Peters was a schoolmate of Jeff Davis and an intimate friend of John 0 Breckinridge Trial of the Griffins London Ky Sept tt A rumor has reached here that Floyd Chadwsll turn Â¬ ed states evkkece against she Griffins at Manchester The PhUpots are still watching th trial Five of the witnesses for ths eommoo- weaKh who fled from Clay county left here for Indiana and tbsy say by will not return Bxprees Train Wrecked Farkoraburg WVa Sept 21 Train No S on the Baltimore and Ohio was wrecked near Petroleum W Va En Â¬ gineer WHHsm Meyers was killed Three postal clerks and Wires train Â¬ men were injured The engine mall ear and baggage car left the track Passenger were not hurt Fatal Freight Wreak Chattanooga Sept M A oar in a douM hadr freight tram on the Southern at ToHords station left the track and wrecked 16 caw Charles Parry of KltssAethtown Tons was killed outright and it is believed that two other wan ar dead under th de Â¬ bris t Tin Mat Plant Mnrned NoblesviHs Ind Sept ML The plant of fee American Tin plat company at Atlanta lad was almost totally de stroyed by firs To sUpeiag and trim Â¬ Wttrly deÂ¬ ming departments war stroyed sad aiso stock worth 104000 Tb total toss will reach 110000 Â¬ The District School Associations are now being held In the various districts in the eounty Supt Drlskell held his first ons last Saturday In the Sixth Mag isterial District at Bartons sehoolhouee This is one of the oldest schoolbouses in the oonnty It la situated on a beautiful hill one mile south of Book Vate More than eighty years ago Mr nVlward Burton a prominent and well to do far gave the mer of that neighborhood ground and built the houte and it still Here the Burtons bears bis name Coopers demons Burohes and a number of other well known families reared and educated their children It is a splendid neighborhood and a good peo- Â¬ ple generous and hospitable Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ aoos though a good many teachers were absent Tb neighborhood all turned out and were careful listeners School Children sweethearts old folks every Â¬ body was thsre and it was an enjoyabls time for all Dinner same a bountiful one of mutton ehioken bam bread pies cakes piekiee rosy apples and enough good things to delight ths most Our Editor was here fastidious epicure there and everywhere seemingly at all the tables at ones and doing a hungry mans part If I were not afraid of in- Â¬ volving him in some trouble at home Id tell of his asking Why is it that tnuUon tastes so much better out here And Id be in than it dues in town in trouble too if I told that I ventured to sy in reply dome ol the best cooks in tlie world are scattered around in these good old ooontry places Mr Geunan of Fordsville was pree- Â¬ ent and delighted the house full of peo Â¬ ple by reading two well chosen selec- Â¬ tions The gentleman has invitations to return and read at other times In the afternoon Mr Haswell spoke Opens Up His Campaign as a RspuWI caa Candidate Par the Legislature The Hon John P Haswell Jr opened his campaign at Glendeane last Friday He had a fairly good audience and be spoke M about an hour He reviewed his record as a representa tive In the last House and suggested that if it was clean and creditable he was entitled to an indorsement He said that his experience was worth a great deal to him and he thought he was very much better qualified now and could serve his people mnoh better than he did before and very muoh better be thought than a new man without any He denounced Goebelism experience and the Goebel election law and pledged himself If elected to work and vote for its repeal He said he voted against the McOhord bill and the Ohinn school book bill and would oppose them again As to the Ohinn bill he said he offered an amend mentto that bill reduoingthe price of school books 26 per cent and it was voted down and that Mr Goebel was Â¬ Baking AMSQUMUX PURJE let Mok8tirefcHxlrirOfedeJkr04sar ejsjmsjms ryraraasmi mjn mnpg vayrmv KICKING AGAINST ROAD TAX The tax payeis in the Roek Vale neighborhood are kicking like mules against paying road taxes and working six days for nothing They say the road taxes are all right and they are in favor ofitbutey do protest against being required to work six days They are in favor of a poll tax in lieu of the work They claim that a 1 poll tax judicious-Â¬ ly spent is worth more to the roads than six days worked out by the hands A Delightful and Profitable EveriKf A splendid frame ohtxoh known as Union Chapel is slso on the grounds and is useTrby the Methodist Baptists and Presbyterians The Association met at 10 oclock and wasoalled to order by Supt Drlskell Styles Howard teaoher in charge of the school was made secretary The regular program was taken up and eubjeots disouaeed by Professors Clem onta and Pile and Miss Vannab Overton The Hon John P Haawell Jr was present and by request made an intelli gent talk on the Value of a District Library and How to Obtain It The Association took a recess for din ner which was spread on the grounds in abundance and everything was good These people are noted for their hospitality and they certainly know how to entertain in a handsome manner At the afternoon session whioh was held in the Chapel the teachers took up their work with more vim and some splendid thoughts and ideas were brought out along the lines of school work Prof J H Pile read a very excellent paper oa To What Extent can the Average Teacher Shape the Future Mr Jsrre Career of His PuplU Ganane entertained tte audience with bis clever reading ef several excellent selections Prof Joel H Pile offered the follow- Â¬ ing resolutions which vrere unanimously adopted Be it Rmhed By the teachers of the Sixth Magisterial District in association assembled First That we extend our thanks to the good people of district 38 for their presence and interested attention at our meeting at their sehoolhouee Second That we fully appreciate their bountiful dinner and genuine old Ken Â¬ tucky hospitality making us feel at home and glad we came Third That we extend our thanks to the Rev Mr Rohards for tendering us Union Obapel meeting house in which we held our afternoon meeting Fourth That we want to command the teacher Mr Styles Howard for his prep- Â¬ aration for us his kind reception and the many evidences of his efficient school work That our thanks are extended to the Hon J P Haswell and Mr Ganane for their aid in adding greatly to the enjoy- Â¬ able leatures That we welcome Mr Babbage among oa and thank him for bis kindnees in lot- ting us use th columns of ths Nsws The following resolutions were offered by Mr Ciemons but tbsy met with no second and ware referred to the superin tendent to be brought before other AsÂ¬ sociations in ths district for their eon sidaration Tbsy are as iellows vis totohed By ths teachers of thoStitth Magisterial District of Breckenririg county in association assembled thafwe demand of our Representative in th next General Assembly of Kentucky th introduction of and their aid In passing tb following BchooUasz First A law to wlfav with district trusts exoept in graded free schools Second Th creation of a Magisterial District Trust Third Th passing of a law to create a oonnty tax for sch ol purposes that is to buiW and repair nouses Fottttn TH passing of a law w mam tb Magisterial District Trustees to etbar with th Buperintontlent a board for tb employment of teachers Fifth The eonalisinc of teacher sal arias aooordlng to osriTncate and not as cording to population of dlstrkt Too Association than adjourned to give Mr Haswell candidate for Uw La Vslatar an opportunity to spoak Â¬ the man that killed it Mr Haswell is not an enthusiastic Big Day at Antioch campaigner He makes a plain clean There Tiaa an all day meeting at An- - cut speech free from abuse and demo tlcch ohuroh last Sunday with dinner on gogy He speaks from a Republican the grounds It was the day for the an- point of view and is honest and connual reunion of the church membership scientious in that belief You can deand there was a good crowd in attend- pend on his doing what he promises ance In the absence of the regular pas- Â¬ You can also depend on his keeping tor the Rev Mr Richardson the pulpit sober and being at his poet If you like was occupied in the forenoon by the him and his views vote for him if you R y Mr Brear and at 2 oclock by Rev dont vote for the other fellow Robert Board REV PEL1X ROBERTS Antioch church was built twenty two years ago under the direction of Elihu Meador and is the property of the Cum Will Give His EHtlre Time to The Local niBlstry Work berlan d Presbyterians Mr Meador took a great pride in the church while he livdd and contributed 400 of his indiRev Felix Roberts of West View who vidual means to its erection Other sums has been in the local ministry for some were donated from time to time by the years but assigned to no Bpecial work m mbership has decided to devote his entire time to Rev Crabtree was their first pastor the work this ensuing Conference year He was followed by Rev H 0 Hook The presiding elder has offered to give who was in charge eight years Taylor him the LeRchfield circuit a work that and Wi 1 Maador and Abner Davlee are pays a small income if he will accept it the preeent oflioial board They an- Mr Roberts has not fully decided upon nounced their next regular service for the matter but he thinks it may suit the third Sunday in October him He is an earnest devout man and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Roads Must be Ued to Know the Value of Them Joe Mattingly says no one can appreciate a good road unless he uses it He says further If I have a team of four horses or mules I can afford to give the worth of two of them for the improve- Â¬ ment of the roals Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINT- Â¬ MENT relieves the intense itching It soothes heals and cures chronic cases where surgeons fail It is no experi- Â¬ ment its sales increase through its one The children were not overlooked cures Every bottled guaranteed rnce SOctsJn bottles tubes 75 eta A R but had a room and an hour to them- Â¬ selves and as we peeped in on them Fisher they seemed to be making good use of every minute Altogether it was a do Capitalists 1b Towh Mr Andrew Reeckart and Mr H M lightful evening and we hope it will b A Guser Hahu of Evanavllle were in the city repeated soon guests of Mr James G last week the Being Dews Hill Harris who is bookkeeper at the shops People suffering from Kidney Diseases Â¬ These gentlemen were here on a prospecting tour and are representatives of feel a gradual but steady loss of strength a large sum of capital They will return and vitality They should lose no time soon to make further investigations and in trying Foleys Kidney Cure a GuarÂ¬ will in all probability turn the wheels of anteed Preparation A R Fisher Olo verport E A Witt Hardineburg industry to work Clover iiuller On the evening of September 15th at her cosy home at Hardineburg Mrs Thomas Withers entertained the parent of her musio pupils and a few other friends from 780 to 1080 oclock A3 of her pupils participated exoept Miss Lucy May who is out of town The hearts of the parents were mad glad as the little ones so beautifully and gracefully played their parts Thoy showed in their execution faithful wosk on their part and patience and skill oat the part of their teacher All ths moste was of the highest order and very taste fully selected Mrs Withers closed to program with a beautiful solo Ha Was a Prince whioh was as usual well ren-Â¬ dered and much enjoyed Lovely refreshments were served and the dining room and table were prettily 4 decorated in heliotrope geraniums and roses The grace and ease with which Mrs Withers and her mot tier Mrs JSstic Barnitz entertain is much to be ad- Â¬ mate mired and the wit and amenity of Mr Withers were heartily enjoyed by every ry pen irwe gf id Providing For the Winter Ed Ogiesby is a thrifty farmer and takes time by the forelock He has just finished fl ling his silo with 53 wagon loads of com and beans This work oc- Â¬ cupied the time of eight men two teams and an engine four days When the beans are put into the silo they are hard but alter fermentation they are soft and palatable to the stock By using his silo Mr Oglesby has desirable fsed for his stock all the winter and he feeds thirteen milob oows and six head of horses Â¬ is calculated to do a great deal of good wherever he goes The Turnpike Company ION Church Rally The members of the Methodist ohuroh are requested particularly ta attend their prayer meeting service Thursday evening The reports of the year will be read and discussed and everyone is invited to take part This is the last service at which Mr Joiner will preside before leaving for Conference whioh meets at Glasgow next week and all his members and many others should oome out to hear him Â¬ New Millinery Parlors Mrs H V Duncan will vacate her quarters bel w the City Bakery and oc cupy the corner room in the Galloway building on Main street Mrs Duncan will bring on some new goods and will be prepared to furnish hsr old patrons with the latest designs You ars cor- Â¬ dially invited to visit her and make yourself at home Â¬ cut fphtto of company M was discovered th have symptoms which pointed Smallpox In so Ranks Sao FrneioSept II Th Thirty-Infantry hich was scheduled to Sail on th transport Great for Manilla ha been held bask bseans of a case of smsOinos within its ranks John G Hatnsld Scsrtcsiocd Williamson W Va Bspt fl Kile Hatfield who killed fL S Bins last July was seotonost b U years in th Bat fwlsontmry by Judf DooUttl Said was round guilty last Saturday His attorneys have asked a stay of ex scution pending an appeal Struck by a Train Plymouth Ind Sept 81 While Mrs Updlk and a small child war ap pronohang th railroad crossing in s boggy on mil west of Inwood tb bora besom frigtened and ran into a passing train Th lady was fatally araagy to smallpox He was lmmedl- eealy pat into quarantins and every precaution taken to prevent a spread of t disease Oreea Cora KlOs Two Horsos Sttnotkm In Haw River Field H Sam Oonrad and Mr H A Oels Charleston W Va Bspt horn Sunday and Mon onoh lost mines In ths New River field bar dap Thai deatbs were caused from the resumed working Fifteen mines are leading of green an operation About W minas ar atUl Idle th operators refusing to grant 3P tfiw I cents advenes to 4000 strikers Deadly DasL hurt Some Women Doubt Many women think the bearing of chil dren Is s necessary They sorted of great pain and distress doubt whcher say medicln nan relieve thaw sufferings VcU rosy tby bfta Injurious Internal boat taking tb But nay may mbtmwas so widely soM aJ J ptee bnpttoit f sks to Mlddlesboro Ky Sept fO Sedley Webb killed J M Combs in LsstU ootfnty Webb was slightly woondofi by Combs Tbsy fell out over a quar rel among tbslr children Webb has not boss arrested f Zbs pain of a born or scald W almost women snouil jet a beta at she drag instantly rati bv applying Chamber store for Si and tat It Thar is go wins Pain Balm also basis tb Ut- potHibllii of its doing harm and tbr fa narts mow oniekly tbtot nar otbsr every likelihood of ts sing them msny lurad frMunii una vwnw os uv saw by hour o ph mvnr drt not leave a scar Tat klwMAiOH U A H Usher OWmoft B A SbU IHr HKAitHM MOTHERS FRIEND AjisanfiaarHiMP4soofa nglSmiMiWMi am DMmg HUm to nesucn Sent SsV Ths Huntington W V large Dlngess ooal mines that hove been loie for two years will resume Tb general strike in the Now JUrer field m brought this sbout a jjjsjJJJ I 1 w C urn rtt i h tlinit Just as good Whenever a druggist tells yon he baa something last as good for coughs colds grip etc as Dr Bells Pin Tar Honey he is thinking tf bis pront and not of your welfare Good droggiste will sell yon what yo ask for Was ths ball that hit G B Steadman and yon can ask for nothing as good as of Newark Miofa In the Civil War It Good drug Â¬ caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment Dr 9llo gists sell it helped for SO years Then Bucklens Oors Oats Arnica Salve cured him Loves Uoobsl Bruises Burns Bolls Felons Coras Mr J T Hanks and wife of Holt Skis Eruptions Best Pile sure on earth war In town Friday shopping Mr Sflets a box Seld Core guaranteed Hanks comes from the old time stock of by Snort Haynea Dreggiste Demoeraoyand is strongly advocating asMonRodToa Mr Goebel He is a hustling farmer a money maker and we glory In his sfmak Tb ladle of the Gosbon Missionary to stand iqoar footed for bis man society will giy a Golden Bod Tea on Wsrklnf JTlf ht and Buy tba flret Saturday night In October in Prosn CarroNton Utopia Hall Com oat vrybody and Tb busiest and mifhUeet HtU thing that ever was mad Is Dr King New Mrs James Klncbsloa who has been bain ng In a worthy oauss Praparatloa Ufa Pilla Bvery pill is a sugar coated quite 111 at bar sisters Mm Jo will bo mad to entertain elaborately global of health that ohsnaos wbknm Howards at Bosk vale k better and r Lost Hie Ait into stmngth llstlsssnim into snrgy tanon to her motbors Mra William Ltfe Dotson a former living on Oatt- brainfag into mantel power Theyr Otwne last Saturday atmrKlnohslo ereea near Hadsooville loot his wonderful in building np the health Is 00 a visit to bar old bom from Oar Only 26o par box 814 by Snort th Hay-- roiltoo wbw ah now resides boos nod all it oonsninod by fire SepÂ¬ tember Itb Th bono osught from a stov Hs estimates bis tow at 100 Farm Journal for tb balaaos of Ssoeiol Rate v 1900 1901 190S and 1908 and all of Tb Hsnosrson Boat will omsp to emr aobsnribw who etel rates to Owowsbor during the fair Ou October 6th and 0th the Hender Â¬ will rayon yar In advance for the from Oct 3rd to Oct 7th Inclusive Ths Nsws No batter farm son Bouts will run a special train to far being 1 round trip good return BnsoKSJiainoa Farm Journal This offÂ¬ Ooensboro oa aosonat of lb Owenaboro paper than th ing Oct Wh fair for flOO roond trip Tb train will er is only mad to a limited numbsr leave bars at 8 A M and will teav tb firm who ooms forward Ooensboro at 7P M Tb now boom of Ab Bienardeon at Qoartoriy Confoionco Oarosld is nndct roof and tb frame Oov Ths first quarterly coofwronoe of to work of Dr Hamads is already up Hon John Ma shell Republican can Â¬ was M chorea fw tb vrwoot ut held last Saturday and Sunday at Cava didate for Lteoteaant Qoyarnor and Bobtrt S Woods of Mt 4a absjab Tb isimnmt Dsvta Hon sneak at Irvlngton Friday UoJrrrUl19 ttt w U Tbto Seat will A H O J Haw and 10 of being ths Spm M In onajsv at 1 p m Nrore in charge of ths services d dace Ira At Mr Ea Oglesbys just below town File a Petition there is aclover huller in operation It is owned by J W Pate of McQuadyand Hand Hade Shingle 83 years Old For Damages Against the Ohio Valley The Nsws has on exhibition a rare operated by J W Jones assisted by T J Ryan John Cook and Robert Ball Telephone Company For ourloeity in the way of a shingle This machine has been successfully It is genuine-- black walnut of the 1300 usual size hand made and well preserv- Â¬ used near McQuady but this is the first immedi- Â¬ ed The shingle was taken from the trial given it by farmers of this The Hardineburg and Ciovsrpott ate vicinity Mr Oglesby finds that it roof of Mr William Fairleighs residence Turnpike oomnany filed a petitionatHar answers the purpose admirably at Brandenburg Meade county dinsburg yesterday against the Ohio It was made in 1810 and consequently Valley and Cumberland Telephone com- Â¬ Good Crops is 83 years old Wooden pegs were the pany for 1300 damages for the said Hiram Wincbell and family of Kirk telephone company means by which the shingles were put erecting its teleÂ¬ on the roof The nails that were used in are visiting his relatives at Tobinsport phone poles along the said pike between putting the sheeting oa are also hand Mr Winchell is one of that sections Hardineburg and Oloverport The welMo do farmers He said the crop3 in made and are quite different in appear plaintiffs Bay in their petition that the Â¬ bis neighborhood were above the aver- manner in anoe from the present ones which said poles are erected age along said pike and where defendants Pleased With Its Work Quite Popular Now propose to maintain them has largely The farmers are much pleased at T Beavin of Beech Fork says he damaged and will depreciate the value J the working of the rock crusher It only is going to build a silo 12x18 feet of their property They not only ask takes from seven to ten minutes to load and 20 feet high The farmers are all for twelve hundred dollars damage bat a wagon Road Supervisor Bohler is seeing the convenience of the silo and that upon final hearing of the cause that rushing things and is making an effort said company be compelled to take np it is growing in popularity to rock the worst places in the road be and remove all the poles erected on tb fore the fall weather sets in Now if Beautiful Little Church M Bskridge and Watb said property the other districts would purchase a ma Â¬ The Methodist ohuroh at Kirk whioh en Mason are the attorneys for plaintUF chine it would only be a short time un Â¬ has been in process of erection for some company til Breckenrldge county could boast of time is now nearly completed It is a having the finest and beet system of roads Ths Melancholy Days beautiful little ohuroh and a oredit to in the state its members Saturday marked ths real begin Â¬ Last ning of fall for on that day ths mm New County Election Com- Â¬ COHPANY HENRY KOEHLER at the missioners Just Appointed want several oar loads of CHOICE WAL- crossedwas equatorto 1SS9 oclock This oomparattvob fow known event Frankfort The County Election Com Â¬ NUT LOGS Will pay highest cash people exoept scientists and ealendor missioners appointed by the State Com- Â¬ price They also buy POPULAR and students but there are other signs sf too HARDWOOD LUMBER in mixed oars mslanoholy days that are more famllia mission ars as follows Breckenrldge M Ties Jolly Dem Writs them at Louisville Ky to ordinary mortals such as Mushing John Jennings Demj Taylor Beard leaves oyster stews stump speeches aod Base Ball Rp election These are all good things ami Meade David Duncan Dsm D S The Melton Club of Louisville will some of them come high but w Dsm John W Brown meet the Glendeane boys at Glendeane have them Richardson Saturday September the Mth The game promises to be an interesting ose John Pumehrcy Slightly fftu iffftarssi led Est Frsm the Gas Â¬ iOce 3u d lp Has Moved J D Ryan has moved into the rest dance formerly occupied by Joe Sey Pine-Tar-Hon-ey mour FREE TO NEWS READERS A Ours for Bleed and Skis Diseases Exzb fWsTFm wwTwferWs sbjwIWi PTffl Ml teaser Els Pates 1 Addison John rampursy Head utaJrejasm on freight train 61 Henderson wmV op Â¬ ing West Monday happened te4MU mI4m white HthlM mk i iliWSi iie saetainsa a lraoture of lew and a blow on lower border of 4mv Hs was struck ny ctUf saesT oa rail behind last car Mr fasjaphsof does net attribute the aeesmms lb fault of the eomuaay T 1 0 sW jet owni Â¬ Bad Blood causes Blood and Skin Di Â¬ Scrofula seases Eruptions Pimples Trie lacing Sons Uloera Oanosr Icaema W ft Moormaa ef efoadeane ttjw Skin Scabs Eruptions nd Sores on balkJlag a Sao bam wbkm will Children Rheumatism Catarrh Itching 66x80 foot aad will be Mtjat high Humors Kto For these troubles a pos has tdven the oontrarA Is P F itJvo aposiuc war Is found in B B B aad B B Hoakiaa Botanic Blood Balm tba most wonder Mr Meormaa was aajartnnsN in ful blood porlfter of the age It has lag bis last barn bv Slot but yon been ttmrougbly tested for tb past down a good rasa ho fill corns thirty years aad has always cured ere tb most deep meted persistent oases A 1 to the Now after doctors and patent medicine bad who bow lives at Felix all failed B B B cures by driving oat is vieltbM relative at tammsVIl ef the blood ths poisons and humors tot ss has renewed his snbseri TsfsBB B which oaose all these troubles aad for lbs Nam and says he could aotsmV made that la permanent oar is that ssmmsol oat of Btaokearidae Poison 1 kP MtrY K Srr SIIu -- 5SSS st iiiio-m-i- of turh eared by B B Throat aad Month B the only remedy that oaa actually oar this troable At ckaaxtets 1 pr fort bottle sia fori bottles fall treat ment St So every reader of the Nsws may test B S B we will send a trial Medteai ad Write today bottw fro viae fans Address skoon lUwt 145 Mitchell St Atlanta Or oolumas of this paper r - Â¬ - Will Leave Sunday mil William MoUea of Oil alas lesv Saoday to swept th poaitiou Ueatpaa r book roeper to the Ooraaboro arm Mr Molten tu sohea aawmi terms at NsLviu aad la a capable aad worth y 1M 8iti Hill a mM a u ll TfJWSylWW Tf afc THE UNSEEN CORD There is an ansa oord which Made The whole wide world together Through every taiMMi Hie it winds- Thli one mjssarioos tether It links all races andaU lands Throughout their span allotted And death alone unites the strands Which Qod Himself has knotted However humble be your lot Hower your hands are fettered You oannot think a noble thought But all the world is bettered With every impulse deed or word Wherein love blends with duty A message speeds along the oord That gives the earth more beauty Your unkind thought your selfish deed Is felt in farthereet places There are no solitudes where greed And wrong oan hide their faoes There are no separate lives the ohain Too subtle for our seeing Unites us all upon the plane Of universal being - 75SS tehewvesu Ella Whbblbk Wilcox THE SHERIFF SPEAKS Eastern Adventures Told in a Graphic and Interesting Manner Ky Sept 14th 1890 Having told you of some of my sightÂ¬ seeing I think it beet to continue as you BkbckrnridokNkws readers would think I saw Bights I did not wish to make known especially should you flnd out I permitted Judge Ahl to go home by him Â¬ self and that I continued my trip But the Judge did not leave me at the close of mv last letter We took a view of the suburbs of Phil- Â¬ adelphia together and saw the grandest homes that fancy can picture Who would not love a home of broad acres the yard front all covered with bluegrase thickly studded with flower beds artisti- Â¬ No boquet could excel cally arranged Covered in by deep shade of the it wildwood so dense and so cool that the Inviting hammock really needs the maiden to drive warmth of a off the chilly sensations of the hot days of August Let us be more noble than to envy those thus fortunate and only let it fire us with ambition to attain aa nearly as possible this great state of per And should we lau on ine fection suburban residence the erase the flowers and the trees Btrive for the warm 17 yearold and if failure strikes ns there try another at 22 26 36 or 44 years Some warmth mixed with shade is better than all barren heat or bleak HAKDiNBnuBa Â¬ cold Away we went 22 miles to the Dela ware river for ft cents filched from us by the bloated monopolists of the street car trust It took about 30 minutes ol our time and we could have walked it in 10 hours and not sweat over two gallons either We might have sweated down our collars and ahlrt bosoms but 12 cents would have repaired them and a 4 pair of shoes would not have been over half worn out on this trip Its true we would have been there too late to see Samp Â¬ sons fleet or get our dinner and supper but we would still have had our nickel Now I guess you can see what a great curse bloated monopolists and friends of road tax have been to Philadelphia But I am not sorry for the Judge for he has been leaning that way and now his nickel is gone to enrich their coffers We took a boat and steamed around all of Ham peons fleet and did not get shot The New York and Brooklyn are magnificent cruisers The Massachusetts and Indiana are grand battle ships The cruisers are the fastest but the battlb ships are the greatest knockers We next boarded the Indiana where we jtsld several hours and I examined all the guns She has two fore and two aft 12 inch guns which throw a ball 12 inches in diameter 13 miles a pretty distance to fight when the enemy has pistols and swords The cannons are as big as a barrel of coal oil and as long as a yard fenoe and It would take two flat cars to haul oae gun The Indiana has eight 8 Inoh guns I erawled in a needles eye and handled and sighted them They would shoot only about 15 lest into a solid cliff from Hardinsburg to Gloverport Then they had several tyatlc guns that would pitch a 100 pound llrtt from Hardinsburg to Balltowa iBMrt we examined ten or twelve rapid Ala a is tnat would Uirow irom lao to each as large as your nit from to Uleadeane per minute or time it would take the Qoebel committee to steal Louis Ash- leffe fete We saw where two shots tiadsjMWk the Indiana One about a ball had gone through the oi 2 lncn ateei another bad lug ward iHtemealM the smallest rapid firing gun M the lift side ol the vessel We west teem here to the railroad office in search of other fields 1 I We found the office also a BnaaaalBBBBBaBBac uset bout the else of Gleadeane Dave a town lacluded It went up gfglsBBBSHnnahe tit eo hiah we had to no up six lee to see the tap I asked theprjos bay told me 23400000 and after In my pocket I told then I d d At wish to bay It wan the city hall or what we would oall the court nooes The d snerin nave weir oi muwty Jadgc ti in it and upon tatkiae matter ever BHf Judge and 1 eonclaaed to pwt up Â¬ 4erMfh with the court house we have until we get in the Arms road orders after which we will take up the matter of a new courthouse like this one This bouse only cost seven times more than all the land houses town lots notes bonds animals crops and other property women and children inoluded are valued at in Breckenridge county And you see If the Judge and I have the house built we will increase the yalue of the countys property 8 fold I wish it un- Â¬ derstood that I did not fix the value at 7 times the value of everything in our county including the women and will say as far as I am conoerned there are eight women in Hardinsburg I would not trade even for this bouse if they belonged to me We got our tickets and went to At- Â¬ lantic City the home of the oyster and the bachelor Dont like any of the country along the road We went 58 miles and ferried the Delaware in one hour exactly Atlantic City is a famous watering place of rapid and substantial growth it use about 1000 hotels and about 26000 permanent inhabitants There are often 150000 to 200000 guests there at a time The beach has a board walk made of pine lumber CO feet wide and four miles long The sand beach is so gradual that you can safely wade out 200 yards in calm times Old men old women young gentlemen and ladies little boys and girls yea even babies that can only crawl are on this beaoh for at least two miles all the time The rich and the poor young ladles of rarest beauty go barefooted from the sole of their feet 13 or 22 inches toward the crowu of thelrheads and from the crown of their heads about the same distance down nearly the same way Old bach- Â¬ elors carry them out to where the oysters grow O taxpayers you should all pay up in one day so I could come here and live where a baohelor is at home in his glory and have Deputy Beard serve the papers and run the office A most interesting sight was a mother and father and black nurse with sand shovels and hands dig- Â¬ ging a pond in the sand at tide edge They had caught sea water in four or five foot basins which they had exca Â¬ vated and with the sand had formed a levy reef bank around the little crawler who seemed filled with heavenly joy as it paddled rolled and slid intheturpid waters At short intervals wind waves a foot or more high would roll in and sur- Â¬ round lis home pond and the little thing would see them coming and scramble to the high bank Some time the tide would climb over the weakest part In the sand levy then excitement of Joy mixed with slight raoee of fear seemed to fill iU little soul Sometimes it would bravely crawl bead foremost into the surf and be overwhelmed and at otheist It would recoil and seeklte mother for safety I believe when I go to Atlantic Olty to live I will write a book on How to Raise Babies on a Beaeb The two most essential things first the baby second the beaeb We returned Thursday evening to Philadelphia and Judge Ahl left for home and I took In Wanamakers store During busy seasons 5500 clerks are need in this store Little girls and boys and men and women of all age are here em Â¬ ployed You hear toe ohronlc faultÂ¬ finder oriticiaing Wanamakor for the email prices paid He brings new terial Into bis store Inoh bee bis or her little stall with a ingle article to ell One little nrlrl pencils or needles another brushes another ah vine-- mm As soon as they get established in habits and fitted for advancement they get it either there or thouda go to other kens wooes proprtetote had rather per more and get exporieaced aad tried bende And Waaaraafcor goes beck to hie 7006 Baadey eteoel scholars and fills toe veeanoies From toe slums to Sunday school ram Sunday school to schools or store from pprenUeed store elarke to advanced places in employment or independent onstness sngagements from thence to good names from thenae weJkedrataaojB seme of the stems el the great aad good John Waaemaker New York at aJcht aad got out bat I OF Friday morning oat for Mew York kept my owa counsel aad saw no frieade A Bfattniflcent Ttale entire mate is through a very flee aad staid la one place bat a short time eoaatry And throughout the entire hence had my 4 when I got through Portrait of distance over bietorie grounds of revola I do not recommend the slums of Coney B F BEARD President Uoaarydays Starting out with German Island to everybody We are not all WILL MILLER Vice President town now la the edge of Philadelphia I built alike aad many have mot disaster M H BEARD Oaotier saw aa old mom covered rock mashing hera Saturday night a good nice clean the grave of an unknown soldier that bed for 80 ots room by myself I only Q W BEARD 1 Jell la that war Next we crossed the speak of thia tbet travelers may know MORRIS E8KRIDQE f DIRECTORS in Ten Colors j Delaware near the place Washington In this country that one oan travel oa E M JOLLY si 14 by 21 inches dhLbet had no trouble with the lor Here much or little money But much moary NffMEST PAI0 ON TME KPOtlTt T we saw Trenton New Jersey where is more sure and I advise all men to It it now will be published by as shortly said Washington went for Qoebels an have plenty handy If they wish a good being printed for as on heavy plate paper la eestors Whet a pity the elder Ooebel trip get away on the Princeton road At Srtodav morning I wanted to see some Â¬ a form suitable for framing by one of the largest art lithograph hoosag Â¬ Prlacetoa a greet battle was fought all thing famllinr One soon tires of nov in America in the famous French style of oolor plate work Every this Sgbting only to get a right to vote elties and wishes again to see the old American family will want one of these handsome pictures of Admiral Taxation without representation is ty sidewalks aad ugly locust trees of his Dmrev It mnst be remembered that this picture will be in no sense a laear aad no Hessian shonll be allow Â¬ youth where he baa foolishly wasted ed te pat Up counting board and not hie affection and saved up his money to cheap chromo bat will be an example of the very highest style of illnm- h t one half or more of the people be be wasted at another time But this is inaUd printing It will be an ornament to any unrary or arawuaj- prt sonted on It Our forefathers spilt a great world of waste ami gather aad room Our readers oan hay the Dewey portrait at what it oorte us tbetr blood to get or us the right to gather and waste around aad around la namely fifteen otnts per copy by merely filling out the coupon below vnt and I for one would rather see it torch anteebly our products go There Thaws will be such a demand for offloe at onoe it to flow again than submit to a ten fold are more wastes than one to shun more Work and sending whan this published that ws advise sending orders in ad Â¬ greater tyranny than tax on tea We waists than eight to desire so at 9 oclock is the portrait it passed close to Monmouth where Mollle not knowing whether I would go to Bos- Â¬ vance As many oopies as may be desired can be had on one coupon A SPECIALTY Pitcher pitched a flue game of ball for ton or Hardinsburg I walked to the deÂ¬ provided fifteen cents is sent for each copy Writs name and address the American team and has gives her pot and having a ticket to Hardlnebttrg plainly and remit in ooin or postage stamps name to die most important member of 1 started that way because a train was each nine of our National Game Mollle ready and I got out so quickly that I OVJFft sawed the British out and they went wished I bad gone to Boston But I ever to New York by way of Btaten never have gone so far but I wished I Island and Coney Island Just ahead of bad gone farther We made rapid pro- Â¬ Histon Willis Gos Jfiw Stori me OLOVKRPORT KY gression back track oould flnd no one to I went down to Coney Island but did swap tiokete with and had to oorne earn eents send me For the enclosed remittance of not see ttia British but saw many tracks road Beached Philadelphia and stopped Offleo la Rear of Moorman 4 Owens deeorlbed in todays evidently ootfrn lol the ADMIRAL DEV7XY PORTRAIT la oolow Many thousands of them over a short time then out again Train Drug Store paper bad recently been there Not liking the orowded and here I had to defend the erowd and surroundings much I feared Democratic Party The train was crowd Â¬ Name to wade the Atlantic by electric light and ed and there was but one seat it half leave my 4 on shore wbieh would be a occupied by a very neatly dressed girl Address Date help to a stranger In a strange land with plsaeant features so I sat down by Henoe I told the girl who fell in love her but on close inspection I saw she with me that I was in love with eight was about 1 to 16 Republican I had girls in Hardinsburg and could not a Kentucky badge on which she kept swim but a Utile and was 26 years old looking at and finally ask me with and had never taken a bath and was Yankee accent if I was from Kentucky Guarantees satisfaction in all kinds afraid of a strange woman in a strange whloh I answered affirmatively and of Dental work ocean after 9 oclock p m and that I asked her where she lived She said CLOYSRPOW KY had promised each of the eight girls to New York leaving out the R with stress be true to her That I belonged to Sun Â¬ on K I saw she was bright as a Bryan day school to churoh and to the Masons dollar and I asked her if she had ever all of which she said made her love me been to Kentucky She said no I asked better on first sight Whereupon I was her If she was going to Washington No won and told her so and if she would be it was too far South Do you not like mine she should have all I possessed the South says I No says she they e On her earnest inquiry as to the amount treat my people so badly Give them1 lOo Lion Coffee I presented 16 cents and two dirty col- Â¬ no opportunity to elevate themselves 05c Prunes lars and she went back on me but continue to hold them down They 15 1 went back to the etreet car and told haye no obanoe to raise themselves 2 Oans Polks Com the driver not to stop till he got to the financially or morally no avenues of busÂ¬ 10e Tresh Salmon Broadway hotel N Y 20 miles from iness are open to them to better their 08c Mustard Sardlnst Coney Island He passed through condition Even the laws are eo hand- Â¬ 10o Oaromsl DripSyrup Brooklyn in a gallop and put me out at led that they oannot be treated with 10 Quart Jar Jelly Brooklyn Bridge I crossed the bridge equity And on mere suspicion they St 05o in safety and had to pay another nickel are not tried by oourt and convicted Bottle Plokles to ride to the hotel You see these but are banged with more brutality than - 0o Green Cofibs OANNBLTON IND monopolists charge about one third of a the Spaniards treat their oxen I oould 07Jc Country Baoon cent a mile There was a big crowd in not stand this refined tirade on my 10o Soap 8 Bars Tolle town and I had to pay one dollar for a Democratic brethren If it bad been Everything thats good in 10c per set 100 Doaan Glass Tumblers bed in a room with ten other fellows aimed at Goebel I would not have said but I got a fine bed and all the other fel- Â¬ anything But I raised in my seat and We have many other things in the grocery line you need Oall lows were deaf and dumb I guess for with a southern air that surprised all in they never spoke and see ns first hearing said See hers nigger youse Next morning Saturday 8th the Goebel aint nebber heard of us hanging no fe Â¬ Furnished by picnic was at Hardinsburg and I in New male nigger It am true we keep em GEORGE H CASPERKE York first time that ever happened so down powerful much but de Democrats Jewelry Bad Inenranee of de Southland am a doing more to ele- Â¬ after a fine breakfast at a fine price I BRANDBNBURQ KHNTUOKY walked out through the marble lobby to vate the nigger in general dan de Repub meet the never dying news boy I put licans am Now in all my travels clear on style enough to attraot the attention up to your town I has seed but two nig- Â¬ MALARIA ANTIDOTE of seven and tookanickeland called for a ger policemen and heard of one other Breckenridge News What say they and you is the first mulatto I has seed m an mmsmaaKKSBOBtrnmaaBampKamBgasBBBaaesssiam each of them calling the 12th time the but down in the land of molasses and name of 27 papers Why says I mulattoes we has 1750000 mulatto es so mi unminnii ii inmnnmiiiwmm MMMHH in mm Babbages paper the Brbckbnkidqe you seeB we Democrats am doing much SPLENDID OBNBRAL TONIC News Here says a bright fellow in for the niggers improyement God NOTE The New formula is very pal- Â¬ the back ground those fellows havent made the Democrat and the nigger but Quinine got it all about bim and Madeline mak- Â¬ in union there is strength and the mu- Â¬ atable and more effective than ing up lattoes are becoming strong hence you I met Mr Riddel formerly of Clover see no use basing the Democrat A ram Library ef aneoaalted valae tactical Played Out If Run Down Haad- Concise aad Contprcbeasiv port and we went to Central Park and Here the conductor called out Wil-Â¬ just what you need Promotes aesMly Mated aad acaatifally niastrated Strengthens Bpent the entire day and oould have put mington and the 16 to 1 got off and the Healthy Appetite By JACOB BIQOLB In a week profitably It is almost a near passengers said Shes a yery smart You will feel better after second doee No 1 BKWLE HORSE BOOK Worlds fair The Museum of Natural woman but you beat her and we say a Common Qent I with or AU about Hor History is as fiae a collection of taxider- Â¬ you have ably defended the Democratic 74iUtMtratianaiUadntwork Prior joCcata BOOK mists work as one will ever behold Party but in a novel way Another said No a BIOOLB BERRY Better than Quinine because It AU about growing Small Vrolto read and Won how The collection of PreHistorlo skeletons is I have traveled in the south and know regulates Liver ami bo wela Invig Â¬ contain 43 oolorad liastlk raprodactiona of all leading orates the whole system Yartetios end 100 otbtr iUuatratlona Prise 30 Cent superb and a partial description needs there is much truth In what you say No 8 BIOQLE POULTRY BOOK all the columns you have The Park is An aged preacher said God moves in a It will do the work no after depres Â¬ AU about Poultry the beat Poultry Book la cxiatence a very large tract of land left in its na- Â¬ mysterious way his wonders to perform sionno naming ears or deafness trflamrvthhiv r arithat colored Hae llkareoroductlon ofah thepriaelpal breed with ioj other UluetraUoae wild And those who do the most to crush and tural roughness with bushes and CURTAIN CURS Pries oa Ceste vines and rooks like Manhattan Island mash down an unfortunate people their No-- 4 BKWLB COW BOOK For Chills aad Malaria fevers gaaranteed was when bought of the Indians with very sin will find them out nhotCowaednmPaaWaMihavlaaaiToat and AT DRUGGISTS splendid drives and romantic walks hands of an omniscient God will be through dark shady ravines and nooks turned to the elevation of the race to Dont accept any oabetitate lea B BWOLB fWKNB BOOK Batca BUM Jaetowt AM aeeat CoSIeta efroarthmr behind the rooks On this park stands their shame It will take time to right 4Mk aad 100 Bottles over 1 beaatUal fcalf ery Phmim etc tomsja other enawtaja Price Ceata the Egyptian Obelisk transferred here things and time will do Its work Anne J vooovr tkeSMOUl MOKS from the Nile by Vanderbilt We also dressed lady said I do not bailers that Haai aoMertroirnnnn ruey at which ROBINSON Kentuckian Is a Democrat isrmoea sale Baet Weet North eud PETTET CO saw in the Art building a great number the laugh went round and the train a Mora uow aot or iMMfaMnrttavcL of Egyptian Mummies all dead The pulled In to Baltimore and all got off but ita ought to scad right way a tie bwolb books to me I hastened oa home aad am here KY LOUISVILLE coffins and boxes containing same were covered with hieroglyphic which I now OOKPOBT Bapbtt Yours Truly think would be hard to imitate now V B Borrow We also saw samples of cloth made by Lou miaSC MS S2 ad sot arajoaaii onRlaatyeare them B O We today scarcely excel its Regardless of Age nw tnaav manufacture and I have serious doubts The kidneys are responsible for more aSmerfciffiF eStttcmeStlreemr ma of anyones being able to make cloth slyness suffering and deaths than nay i net like it now It will pay one to go to other organs of the body Jmy 0KB of the BIGGLB BOOKS tf 1t 1UKX JODsUI AL Fast Hail line Between New York to spend a day in this build- Â¬ A majority ol the ilia aflUctiag people a YBARa remaiader tf ita rap ten iaaa aad tern will be Mart by mail ing We next took a look at the sculp W to day is traceable to kidney trouble pi of FARM J3S8KLTSS ture and the paintings which are very It pervades all olasees of society la all witataa aTcrnao joOTUtax numerous and extra fine We saw the aTBAMSB8 caaa- - v j annuls raVtli nf rTit climates regardless of age sex or eoao painting of the Horse Fair which Van Â¬ aMOOWM tion maMMaM X Go RAGOff derbilt paid 158000 for aad presented it The symptoms of kidney trouble are to the city litis is by far the greatest W A MSVO unmistakable seeh as rheumatism neuÂ¬ r K JtYAK Matter lwWMwoWlrVejai collection of floe paintings in the coon yWWMVIWVMMMWWWaWbMw ralgia sleeplessness pala or attll ache try in the back a desire to wriaate oftsa D L T CONNS U PKMMY kfaoler Well I got tired and suppose you are day or night profuse or scanty sapply mere so I saw the great Menagerie and Uric add or brich daet deposit la ar Â¬ THLL CITY took a walk to the home of who is now ias are signs of dogged kidneys caus Â¬ R HBAUJUUlMaalerWgltBVraYUrwMt dead though then alive In New York ing poisoned and germ filled blood nothing looks like a home no yard no Sometimes the heart acts badly aad ATTOKNMY AT LAW Be STAOOS lawn no grass no home 90 per cent of eaets wasting of the kldaeye are tohe Dally eaeeet Baaday between LaaleriUe aad the people are reared in flaw over the touad la the urine which if aaejleetod Mew Amsterdam Freight ehipped by this Hoe delivered oeicker buetnem houses of the great city The will result in Brignts disease the most than by roll Travelers will Sad the ateamera era aaaer- city will average tea stories deep Near dangerous form of kidney trouble In eqeiyaaeat aad u comwodatioaa The ly all the business is done oa the ground at cullaari are employed ae cook aad the All these symptoms and conditions ateaa I aomal to that of lb bat hotel floor and flats are rented to the people re promptly removed under the infla- - OecoraTeSteM 176 aad uS Pevsth Aveaao for homes to rear children Is from the ace of Dr Kilmers Swamp Boot ft LoalarlUe sod to the 27th story This I will op has a world wide reputation for Its won B L PHKNY W W HIW pose in my forth coming book How to dcffol cures of the most dietremlng Saperieleadeat PieaMeat Grow Babies O V Williams T P I went to Well street sad walked its No one need be long without it as Oweaeboro Ky entire length which is not over 100 yds Uts so eesyte get at any drug store w a wuus Here the flaseose of this ooastry center at Met or oae dollar Yea eaa aad there te nothing about Wait street have a sample bottle el tale woo more attractive then about Mala etreet derfol dbcovery Swamp Root aad a Louisville Old Trinity Church at oae book telling all about It both seat to an end Vest river at the other Wash Â¬ yon etoolutdjr free by mall Bead your ington was sworn in first President on ddrees to Dr Kilmer A Co Bingtuun Crown Bridge and Plate Work this street Old Orokers drug store end toa N Y and kindly mention Uutt you ALL KINDS Or FUL1NWS offloe 27 stories high on Broadway and taW this liberal ofle In th JJxk- the Attars house ere wortn eeeina I HARDIN BURG KY eB led la v the bead el BANK 235 The Man of The Hour EAEDIJrSBUHa Admiral Dewey T D Renfrow DENTIST aJ 4 ii a Crown and Bridge OFFCst I TO BREOKENRIDQE NEW3 oloVbrport kt Br J L MOORMAN X Bentiit Good Values FOR YOU AT THE J H Hunsche The TAILOR Eclipse Grocery Company Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Casjper May Co LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE INSURANCE Â¬ 4CM 08OCERY CO HUGHES TONIC HARDINSBTJBa KY HIGGLE BOOKS Up-to-d- TRY IT pfr Trttt 1 ltag aamUociluU imlls ui Mill FARM JOURNAL mV Packet Line Â¬ Louisville and Evansviile TJJASOOH V G BABBAGR P HARPINSBURG KENTUCKY vit PREPARED TO PRACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY WALKER BOARD AND ASSIGNMENTS DENTISTS - yVawteWvViaVWT Svft v - n rfc NHfW TlraWfcrW fW iippPiwpsr jGpqBar5rqBrt WWWppp fm9xfm wj w JKT WjW OP T jPTJpr npynnpww nrj 8RECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY NEWS A GREAT OFFBR SEPT 27 1899 Farm JaWraal Pram Now ta bar 1003 Naarly Rva Years By special arrangement made with the Mra Obarles B Sklllman gaye ate publishers of the Farm Journal we ate lMt Wednesday evening in honor enabled to offer that paper to every sab of the Misses Iglebart of EtomtIII sertber who pave lor the Bawnrjutninon Naws one year ahead for onlv 1 both Another Boy ptpen tor the price of own only our Then la anotbr littla aon in the home paper one year and the Farm Journal of Mr and Mra Caldwell Norton from now to December 1908 nearly five years who live near Loniaville Oaldwelt Jr The Farm Journal is an old arrived Wednesday September 30th and established paper enjoying great popu Â¬ larity one of the beet and most useful welgba tan ponnda farm papers published WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE la MeTThls offer should be aocepted perfectly harmless and will remove without delay eirey worm It ta also a tonic and by ila strengthening properties will restore Rev ate O Baruoa At Washington to pale cheek tba may bna of haaltb Friends here of Rev Geo 0 Birnes Prioel6 eta A R Fiabar Kentuckys sweet voleed evangelist who preaches the beautiful religion God is Aiding nether Berth love and nothing else have taksit an In Â¬ Tba termers around Harnad aw patting terest in him and are doing wbat they la big crops this yaar and are earirohlBg ean to assist him In bettering his financi Â¬ thair aoil ut tba same time Twelve car Â¬ al condition Rev Mr Barnes was des loads o fertiliser have already been ship Â¬ ignated for examination for a position in ped to that place tbia fall the census bureau but owing to his adÂ¬ vanced years did not pass the examinaForget Your Troubles tion successfully Bis daughter Mies Mr V B Barton onr genial sheriff tfarle however has been named for ex eoatinnee to relate bis Saatera ad amination and will get the position in ventures in tbia lame Dont fall to read tended for her father Rsv Mr Barnes hie letter Yon will forget year troubles preaches some at his reeidenoe In the for fifteen mlnates In reading hie exoe northeast section of the oity and seems rleaoee neyer to tire of telling the wonderful sto- Â¬ ry o Jesus They alao keep a number of Wet or Dry HayAeld is agitating the whlaky qaes boarders and seem to be doing yery well Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wednesday Bvealag THE DAVIESS COUNTY FAIR The Fair of 1809 promisee more than its usual excellency No efforts are being spared to hare 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 OCT 3 4 A WILD e AJ2X1D FREE 1899 WEST SHOW TO ALL 4y v This popular performance will be an attraction worth more than it costs to see all the show Fine ex-Â¬ hibition 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 the space that is available Address lithe Secretary at Owensboro Ky for Premium List or other in- Â¬ y formation DR J H HICKMAN President J POPE SUSPENDS HIS AUDIENCES A special dispatch from Rome says the Pope is suffering from only a cold un- Â¬ accompanied by fever but as a pre- Â¬ cautionary measure his audiences have been temporarily suspended An official note announces that the Pope will be unable to grant separate audiences to the immense number of pilgrims expected to come to Rome during the holy year but as he Is anx- Â¬ ious not to deprive them of the benefits of the apostolic benediction he will fol low the example of his predecessors in similar circumstances and win pro nounce a solemn benediction The arrangement which comes into force forthwith causes varied comment It is supposed that the decision Is due to One of the the advice of physicians first effects will be that the Pope will not receive the French pilgrimage whioh is due here next week In this way Cardinal Rampolla papal secretary of state will gain his desire that the Pope shall not speak publicly on the Dreyfus affair W CARTER Secretary THE REAL BOERS AT HOME It is a mistake to take Paul Kruger A hoeshead of tobacco sold on the and his surrounding politicians as types Loulflvllle market last week for 88 per of the Boer Abo it is a mistake to hundred pounds the top price of the take the dweller in the towns as typioal year To unearth the real Boer one must A preacher who expressed approval of seek the wide and solitary veldt the hid- Â¬ the oonylction of Dreyfoa was hissed at den valleys distant hills and there on the Kentucky Methodist Conference at his farm draw him out and study him Newport Your true Boer despises the town He is essentially an agriculturalist Five hundred Loniaville oitizena met and a hunter Up to 1802 he never saw laet week and denonnced the Dreyfus a rail road In his oountry and he was verdiot They cabled the resolutions to bitterly opposed to its coming He ar- Â¬ Mme Dreyfus gues that the rail road will drive away the game and without anything to shoot Dr J 0 Hoover a prominent physi- Â¬ at Hie would not be worth living He cian of Owensboro was expelled from s extremely ooneeivatlve and with stran Â¬ the medical society of that city because gers brusque and taciturn but if he finds in a ease of serious illness he consulted out you are harmless he can be very hos- Â¬ with a physician who was not a member pitable He does not drink deep He of the society is religious with a gloomy stern religion Like all people whose belief in the Bi Rev Henry Hall a country preacher ble is of that compromising kind he is Ky was shot and killed at Fikeaville more or less superstitious He is moral Sept 30th by his son Elijah Hall Rev He does not believe in divorce laws Hall abused his wife in his sons pros He marries early in life and is con- Â¬ enoe and the young man got a gun and vinced the highest blessing is an abund- Â¬ fired killing his father instantly ance of children He is sturdily built as a rule thanks to ha way of life which The former Kentuokians in Dallas is the same aa that of his father and his Tex have been informed that Hon W ancestors for many generations an open O P Breckinridge of Kentucky has ac air life with lots ol beef and cabbage and cepted the Invitation of the Kentucky milk He ia a good horseman and a re- Â¬ Texas association to visit Texas and be markable marksman He understands present and make an address to the for- Â¬ that the man who can shoot straight and mer Kentuokians at their re union on without exoltement makes nowadays the Kentucky Day October 13 best soldier He fears God and loves his country but can not understand the need Tuesday Sept 14 was Governors day of a taxgatherer He is in faot the back in the eamp of the Sd Kentucky regi- Â¬ woodsman of last century in the United ment of state guards at Lexington Ky States oome to life in Africa Gov Bradley spent the afternoon in At the first hint of gray in the eastern camp and reviewed the boys Taesday sky at the first crow of the oook the night the queens salute was fired A farm household is up and stirring and Wednesday camp will breakfast with the usual strong coffee dance followed be broken and the companies will go to the Boer loves is over by the time the their homes sun rises The men are out and about at once looking after just the same chores The law whioh makes it illegal for any as on an American farm in the west save person firm organisation or corporation those who are off to replenish the larder to use er display the national flag or em- Â¬ by shooting a springbok a hartbeest or blem on any drawing engraving litho- Â¬ some such species of deer The women graph or like wiw of any sort went into have plenty of work about the house effect July 1 and any persons violating The genuine old Boer farm furnishes the provisions of this act can be punieh everything necessary to Its occupants ed by a fiae of not less than 10 nor Furniture is often made by the farmer more than 100 or he has great unwieldy carved onsets aad bureaus which have oome to him The bonders trial of the flret claes from hi ancestors He can make his own battleship Kentucky sister ship of the shoes His women dress and weave hie Kearearge will take place about the first own sheeps wool and make their olothes week In October The Kentucky is only and his from it All he really has to about four weeks behind the Kearearge buy is his farming implements and of and ia almost in oosdltioa to go out for these he prefers the primitive sort her first run outside the Virginia capes though enterprising agents have introdu Her official trial will take place in the ced such things as mowing and other ma latter part of October The Kearearge chinery which will return about September 90 During the day he work leisurely oon will go la commission la November tent to make a living out of the ground The Kentucky will follow her in Decem Â¬ He has been seen sitting in bis wagon ber The builders will then give their for hours watching an enterprising hus Â¬ attention more closely to the Illinois and tling Ultlaader with wonder as the forÂ¬ hurry her to completion worked continuously with all - asr tlon an bane in which there le more at stake than any- political qaes The flatat quality of loaf sugar is used tlon Even Gtoebelism and the won derral election law pale before it in the manufacture of Chamberlains We wish Mayfield sueees in lie efforts to Cough Remedy and the roots used la its preparation giva it a flivor similar to that rid Itself of tbia evil of maple syrup making it very pleasant The Farm Journal ia choke fall ol to take As a medicine for tue cure of gumption and has the largest circulation souths eolda lagrippe croup and whoop- Â¬ of any farm paper in the world It is ing ooukI it is unequaled by any other good everywhere We offer it for a short It always cures and cures quiokly time asapriz to advance paying sub For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport to the BaacKBMHiMK Nxws a scribers R S Shellman Stephens port year ahead and the Farm Journal for the balance of 1899 and all of 1900 1901 190S A nixed Relationship and 1908 nearly five years all for the Over the line in Ohio oounty a man price of oar paper alone named Miller married a widow who had Ohio Valley ImprovmcBt Association a grown up daughter His father fell in The fifth Annnal Convention of the loye with the step daughter The fath Ohio Valley Improvement Association er became the sons son in law and the will be held at the Quit House Louisville step daughter became his mother Re- Â¬ Wednesday October 18th 1899 cently the sons wife bad a child The Ky The membership and others who may child was Millers fathers brother-in-lafeel an interest in the work of the aasoda and Millers own uncle for he was a bro- Â¬ tlon to wit The establishment of a per ther of his step daughter Millers fath- Â¬ manent navigable stage of water in the ers wife his step mother also had a Ohio river from Pittsburg to Cairo are re son who was of course Millers brother quested to attend By order of the Exand Incidentally Millers granchlld for he ecutive Council was the son of Millers daughter Thus Johk L Vamos President Millers own wife was his mothers mothÂ¬ Attest E P WiLSon Secretary er andMllJer became his wifes grandchild at the-- same time Then to top the Oood Luck To You whole thing off as the husband of his Nnw Flan Messrs R B and F H grand motherhe was his own grandfath Pierce bare associated themselves togetfc er The Pathfinder er as a brokerage firm under the name of Piero Brothers and have fitted up handA Rich Find some offices in the Barnes block on The prospecting done by the Williams Pikes Peak avenue Mr R B Pierce brothers on the land of the Flneville Coal will have charge of the business and will represent the firm on the flrtr of tlte ex Company ia developing that property to change having purchased a seat several be much more valuable than its owners months sgo Mr F H Pierce lives in Las ever dreamed It was Two weeks since Vegas N M Mr R B Fierce came to they faced up what is knownas the Dean yeln which is from five to six feet thick Colorado Springs from Kentucky The above clipping was made from the lying Just fifty feet below the oanael coal Evening Telegraph a Colorado Springs vein Since then about fifty feet below paper Both of these gentlemen are this they have found and opened up a from Cloverport and many of our read vein of beautiful bituminous coal six feet 18 era will greet this item with Interest thick without a parting This makes feet of coal within a space of 100 feet Mr Fred Pierce has been a resident of another state for many yean but Mr R and the company owns about 800 acres B Pierce left Kentucky only a few that is entirely underlaid with It There of months ago for Colorado Springs where is also known to be several other veins August bv his family coal in the six hundred feet of the moan he was Joined in la reached Mr The News extends to this new firm its tain before the base Holmyard the manager la preparing to best wlahea f jr a long and prosperous ca Â¬ have permanent openings made In both reer of these new veins both of which lie so SERIOUSLY INJURED BY that the ooal can be brought down the incline now used for the cannel mine FAILING ON PULLEY With these new openings this will be Abel Richards an employe of the Ind one of the largest mines In the stats and ana Cotton Mills of Oaaoettoa fell on a will be able to work from 600 to 1000 men We venture the assertion that there is pulley Friday morning at 8 oclock the belt passing over him severing his right not another mountain in Kentucky that sar from bis bead and otherwise injuring can show up as many and as thick veins him about the body Ho la In a serious of ooal as the mountain Just opposite Pine villa condition Â¬ w THE BRECKENRIDGE NORMAL COLLEGE HARDINSBURG V V KY First Term of Five Months Begins September 4 1899 Instructors Practical thorough and enthusiastic men No school in this section of the State offer and women superior inducements COURSES AND TUITION Primary 1 75 2 50 3 20 3 30 V Intermediate Preparatory Teaohers per month 8 20 per month Scientific Olaesioal 8 50 Music 173 to 226 per week Board i For farther information and catalogue address V D S ROBERTS Jr A B KY President HARDINSBURG Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V 5000 a Day The Mexican government has granted President Diaz a twenty days leave of absence in order that he may visit Chi cago during the fall celebration It ia expected that President MoKinley will meet the visiting president at Chicago and invite him to come on to Washing- Â¬ ton aj the nations guest One hundred thousand dollars has been appropriated by the Mexican National Assembly for the expenses of this trip With 5000 a day for spending money Mr Diaz ought to be able to travel pretty comfortably kK T9 anu 4sTsl AntJ DO YOU INTEND TO BUILD IF YOU DO J P F WRITE TO MONEY SAVED BY GETTING WILL COMPANY THEIR PRICES ON Lumber Shingles Doors Sash Blinds Et LOUISVILLE KY LONQ DISTANOK TKLEPHONK 0Vi frun tNo 404 mm ct wB Ann fcUrv V DSKK 2Q YEARS IN OHIO R WILDER 628 Fourth St XT Louisville Ky JM C rsm A The Leasing Specialists of America TJTTXT T17TT TT7Tj ft is s ji Bt 250000 CURED WCCURE EMISSIONS Nothlns sun Kb morn ilemnrftllllnir in young or mlddle pre mn than the They eno of thwe nightly loftMf ul IN IRViNGTON livery vunsaay ana inursMtT aMlcr Fourth Monday in Each Moatta DEJsTTISI spdty l V of dltguat and a whole train of symptom Thy unfit a man for batueM lurried life and tooial bapplnaM No matter whether earned by eril hablU In youth uttural weakneM or sexual exoettei onr Tew Method Treatment will poettlyely oureyou Difficult work suoh aa Bridges and Crowns a Latest appliances used Good work guaranteeo aaV eKati i NO CURE NO PAY Reader vou need heln Karlv ahnaA Ar later exoettet may hare weakened you ExDoaura ma have dlteaeed vou Yon are not cafe till eured Our New Method I will oure yon x ou run no rlk Youns Man Ton are nala feeble and haggard i nerroM Irritable and ex oltable You beeome forgetful morose and despondent blotches and pimples sunken eyes wrinkled faoa stooping form and downcast oounteaanee reveal ougnt ol your exleteaoe The Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Â¬ 250000 CURED pany announces the following night to all toll stations in their territory These rates go into effect August 1 Where the Day Sate 14 li I Â¬ 1b II mB5 BHsmuemaeaauuBsunBBHMaaaamaManaeamuaar ui II II Ii II M WECURC VARICOCELE No matter how serious tout ease may be or how long you way bare had It our NfJW METHOD TKBATMBNT will ana If TKa wa4md vJns ralnpti in their normal condition ana neooo tbt sexual organs reoeive proper nourish meat The organs become vitalised all 8ome women are constantly getting medical treat ment and are never weli A woman boat understand womens ilia and the women who consult Mr Pinkham find in her counsel practical assistance Mrs Pinkhama address is Lynn Mas TlHB I His of women 6Wehdow their whole Hv II II II II II II II II II II II II II II M 26 eents ii an ii the Night Rate will be it 7 II II II I 40 46 II II II M i ll M II II I H H M II II II M 20 eenl u ii an ll an mi i WL- - jo ll II II W H ll II H II II ii H 26 ll i ay 66 II H II M ao A jg iKP Fc I aHVWvv k1 BasaBaaBBBK- BLaBBBfUb Mrs Mabel Good Correctionville la tells how Mr Pinkham aaved her life Sheeny 41 1 cannot thank yon enough for what your medicine has done for mo I can reoomraend it aa one of the best medicines on earth for all womens His I suffered for two year with female weakness and at last became bedfast Three of onr best doctors did mo no good o I concluded to try Lydla E Pinkham Vegetable gomposaw juurucmga few bottle of your medicine I was bio to do all my house- Â¬ work I know that your medicine raised me from bed of sichnea and Ipehaps death and am Tory thankful for what it ha done for me I hope PRAOTICAL WOMEN HELP FOR SUFFERING Good old Granny Metcalf of Kentuc Â¬ 86 years old say that Dr Bells 1 the best Grip cure Cough Luak sad Bronchial remedy that has been offered to the people during her Life 8W Every where ky Pine-Tar-Hon-ey OOOD PRICES MAY BB EXPECTED A very good indication that good prices may be expected to eontinu on Barley are tobaeco the hwgar manufacturer sow buying hug amount of this te faaoaooi the best grade psivatsry A lb lower grades all along brought good csa possibly be priest no object mad by sbippststo price prevailing eigner kind of newfangled machines producing far more from tiie earth than his wants required because be wished to market the surplus and make mossy He has been seen thus shaking his head In pity not unmlttgied with contempt at such folly for the Boer Is not a money maker Be doe not want a bank ac count So he drives his slow moving ox wagon away on the hot and dusty trek meditating on the want of faith these Ultlaader have who cannot trust the future to God and bt content with Â¬ Â¬ All ether messages the rates will be for sight oae hall the day rate nnnetural drains or loi snlr powers return ineflt Dut a permanent 0 dJRK NO PAT riON NEilittSARY HON FKOMBUSINRW and flo temporary cure assured NO OPB1RA NO DBTJKN I CURES GUARANTEED v i atva BOOKS HI DDKKATK 8B DID YOU WittTjL inner or Tea M beat Enghah V shown in this 4 roTMWf 122 W Sometliing handsome in the way of a Set If so I oan suit you I have some and German China Pinner and Tea Seta place xa k yvr CIB -- vmmwmimmi woman wmmm sauuuuw m sr m TClrL TPs Cmihjuui 1 1 t3 7 Ar r iraffering may be per-sanded to try your medicine Get Mrs Pinkham advice sa soon as yon begin to be puasled The sick headaches and dragging sensation come from a curable cause Writ Lfor help aa soon aa they apw that every ipaar ws H I Mas V fiV s er uIwritei Pinkham I4V Campbollsburg Don Stanley bid Dear Mas I waa troubled I with sick headache and I was so weak and nervous IV aauM A h4tw VW WMMtaaj Kin several Urge Independent faotatia ant soon to get ia operation and ar now buying stook has served to staha the trust bid more liberally and the fight for stock between the big oanysats sad the trust ptomtss togetwanaar aatas fight avows older It U thought the trust is trying to abut oat scvsjeJ Si tab asw factories from getting tobacco and this aad a known shortage in Burl y stocks should make tooaoeo of the Burley vaÂ¬ riety a very good commodity to have arouad at the present time and we an ticipate maav will not be anxious sellers from now until the new erop bogta to arrive freely about December MX Lonia Â¬ ville Weed Â¬ fortune mouth to some The fast that evening and recomsbswided ii Lydla E Pinkham Vegetans sayiig tfcrttaheknijw thatit wuttldcant me ItitW tiv buttles of it I Was artel edki aic U i Feaa4 K A At A It richer Oloverport Witts If antiinbaiK Alston a mar vekms sum far all Udaay oasastaiats neivoos exhaustion aad female week Khiuov Otai una It U y lr today It Is not however all peace Aa the Amarioatt backwoodsman was contin Â¬ ually on hi guard against Indiana so the Boar Is ever ready to take the Hold Sgainata Kaffir tribe or the British Than the plough and the hoe ar laid aids aad the rifle la cleaned oaref ally bat not now for a pleasant hunt after gsmt The call to arm I simple BtobiBaaOoa Is primitive It amounts to little move than if Kruger sr General Joubett wsrs to shout at the top of bt voice so that the country could hear All hands on deck for action I him At the war cry the patriots know they have been commandeered There ia no squabbling about volun Â¬ x teering or enlisting or drafting eept the women the very old and th yery young everybody responds veu the boys of thirteen and fourteen- - but the average Beer boy ia a pretty atom aad healthy lad and has txwu taugU to ahoot einoe be was ten KauL uiau uks bis botae aad his ndi and proceed to tba Modtsfou of hi district The pas tors are with tfaaia aiid with pmyei mi psalms the UmiiM k l lie uin i -- Kennedy DM Kurgan I FOURTH ST O CINOINNATI 4Tsral atesi a m tM aJBB a w Jei aSM a raf SIVKKAL BaiGHT AND Mnoa to represent a at Mua geialathie aad close by counties Salary eo a year and eapenMS Straight bona ade ao awre ao less salary Poaltio perauaent Our refcr easee aay beak Id an tewa k la ataealy entoe work conducted at haaae Kehraace Melees Jjont ouy oaeap wntrior ware w hasaWou oan vet HhIta quality OWna at a lees priee Oome MisuVoonTinoatL A full line of Faooy Goods to be seen at nil prioM Ai 3 saBaC BRINCr YOUE WANTKO PBODUCW TO MX I SLBEBST FRIO self addressed stamped envelope CourANV Dept j Chicago Thi Dominion SCHOOL BOOKS SCHOOL SUPPLIES aasBBBBBW IbbbbbbW kaBt eaflp A aninnnani HflesBBi BBBBBBSaH 27 aietttaUat1 tjaaae LIS Uet WlfBHMnW roMNaaa XVs ettf CulM use mu Xli a eee waeeM Baaee et lu Ims arenas body at bmal iekea over vest ae0f eo uiMs u nadar ama aad we will ooat b ei preaa C end yoa W a aaaitthisaaMhtatlaat eaoselno and trt It oe at Jour siaful and It fyead esestly imwm w rairMiaii4 anu lb mom9 wa or kaard r asses iSr iul i R P THU UP-TO-DA- TE HIQG leTiaarr eas Jl ETC imo limMe 4y - ic datful wlHvu u ffAVr 1 O ROOlRJaW m 1 hv Vuanr ciatytwcmAbuy oUaryai UI ll wt at 1 at f iinM nil HIS MAbSINTOSII awio t urltw4ieitra Irf ite Ouliju pi I I lltfthlM I D rt TW W ntlW un urt mvivu r r tii iiii niiis- EPHI h CaHaMGMCaUCIHCs4r3 i t ii dlnd their oju Brbckenridge News Jae BaVaf WEDWBBPAY Batten BRANDENBURG MMHMnMaBM MiPNphVn THE FIQHTINQ FARMER Bt G A SEPT 27 jaan EIGHT PAGES CAtaa Foot Irvington Ky JWretaermeeMferaue tf Him mm Its aft fur etara mm af s ft at eemuilan Amri at a t mt n aivamb w r ahMM o Am ei Jm A Barry at ih NoaiMi of lb Daaocratic Pattjr to Brittjii rtdf Ceaoty hi tfca Uw ANNOUNCEMENT RTw w HON t Qrml Ax My f Knftif THO PETTIT AT DEXBURQ MRAN- - The Hm The Pettit of Oweacboro spoke at Brandenburg last Monday ia tthe interest of Goebel It was the first of Circuit Court and Mr Pettit waa Bted with a large audience aad the usuai enthusiasm lie wae unfortunate however in that he broke down before he was half through with hie apeeeh being overcome with heat He said that he had been up the night before with a tick niece aad had not slept a wink and f attributed hk weakness to this He ade two attempts to eonolude his ch but failed Mr Pettit k a fine speaker he oan tell he knows as gracefully as any man get up as pretty a story The story Itold Monday was a rehash of a Popu- ispeech he delivered there four years He said it was the same speech not a sentence changed JPettits speech was all right from la standpoint We have no quarrel to sake with him They are his views and e accord to him the right to advocate tAem and speak for them The quarrel we have to make with Mr Pettit is on the school book ques- Â¬ tion The statements he makes in re- Â¬ gard to the price and quality of the books are misleading in lact tney are not true and Mr Pettit either knows it or la trying to deceive the people for the purpose of catching their votes Mr Pettit carries around with him two United States histories He holds them up before his audience and says Here gentlemen are two books identi- Â¬ cally the same published by the same house etc Over in Indiana just across the river the publishers sell the book Tor 65 cents and here in Kentucky they us pay 1 The former statement ia true we presume for the price is minted on the oover as to the latter Jrt have Mr Pettita word for it Now we Renounce this whole scheme as a Stand and as a Why do we say this Because we know I it In the first place the history ia not mad ia Kentucky it is not published by foe American Book Company and is ot the history adopted by the school here Barnes and the Electric ries are the books adopted by the J of Education and are published e American Book Company and ld at 1 They are larger and bet- ooksand are not sold anywhere for han 1 r Pettit tried to make it appear that histories be had were the same es used here in Kentucky and pub The great army of fanners like soldiers and sailors aavt tbair whan dafaat ataras Umm in the faoa WaaniaaiM when be want lata wintar qnartars withia a stoaes east of the aaamyaitbetit food or clothing convinced the world that tha Stan and Stripes would eventually float orr the homo of the free aad tha land of the brave aad that we would no lon- Â¬ ger wear tba enemys yoke and he gronad down under the iron elad heel of British tyranny And when Jackson rode through to New Orleans in dtiseas clothing with his pantaloons In his boots and took charge of the American Army he did so with the determination to teach the oonquerom of Napoleon a trick about fighUBK Sheridan at Winchester fired the hearts of his discouraged troops with his indomitable will and tboee inspiring words Tarn boys we are going back and brought victory out of defeat And when brave Dewey thousands of miles from home counted his cannon balls it gave men time to draw a Ion breath and reuaw their courage aad look danger squarely in the face and light like demons and crown the American Navy with the greatest victory ever known in the history of the world It is the fighting man that has and always will win It takes this same indomitable will to succeed on the farm I would not give a cent for a man that does not try to excel in at least some of bis undertakings It is the fighting farmer that gets there and stays there The fly gets in his wheat and the oold winter kills a part of what ia left his olover fails bis tobacco gives indifferent promise a drouth stares him in the face he has his family to support his taxes to pay and other obliga tions to meet On thousands and thousands of farms these conditions exist today Brother farmers shall we become disoouraged or faint hearted and fall by the wayside or shall we right about and stand like brave men face to face with these pessimistic conditions count our cannon balls look up our resources renew our oourage and see where we stand The farmer has many things to contend with now a days It takes a hero a courageous man to combat successfully with trusts combines and all rings and cliques that are striving to put down the price of farm products and at the same time inoreaee the price on articles and implements that the farmer baa to buy What shall we do We must go forward Did you ever see a laggard win a race We must continue to fight Fight everything that stands out boldly in opposition to our beet interests Fight to put down that which is wrong and uphold that whioh is good You never hear the fighting farmer complaining and croaking of hard times The white winged angel of peace hovers near him The home of plenty pours out its blessings in every nook and corner Microbes bed bugs in- Â¬ sects and all kinds of destructive parasitical forms of life find no congenial dwelling place on the fighting mans farm This mans kind and generous treatment of his farm and stock makes bis atock fat his fields rich and furnishes him a good living The fighting farmer has neither time nor inclination to whittle on goods boxes and discuss local politics with the ward heelers of his market town His heart is where his treasures are and his family and farm and stock being his treasures there his interests center and thither his tracks tend Success is only found at the end of effort It takes enthusiasm to bring success in any branch of business The man who does not loye his profession cannot put his heart in his work and will be very apt to make a failure and bring reproach upon the calling So we must be enthusiastic We must continue to fight and while you are engaged in this terrible struggle dont forget the fact that we are in the fight too with as good a herd of hogs as can be found in Kentucky We want you to see our hogs but if you cannot come write and describe what you want and we will make you prices reasonable for quality of stock We have the blood and the feed as well as the facilities for producing fine hogs and we believe it is possible for Breckenridge county to produce as fine hogs as can be found in any State in the Union We are in the fight to stay and propose to fight to a finish Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ D W Lewis ia at home Buffering with a oarbunele on his neck Mamie Host at thla writing is doing as well as could be expected Mr Herbert Beard apent Sunday bare the guest of Mr Lewie family Little Lena Lewis has had a alee visit to her aunt Lillie Malta at Vine Grove Miss Minnie Bland spent several daya leat week with bar ooweia Lottie Hunt The Ber Mr Wagoner preeehed met Sunday morning aad night at the Baptist ehnreh Mies Bealah Foalatae had a delight ful stay at StUblon aad enjoyed the As-Â¬ ePirvaranajnaaaaj Suro uurotor Golds f lowest PRICES EVEB KNOWN ON Mrs Maseena Fontaine is sitting np and we feel eaeouraged about her condition Henry Nevitt baa enjoyed bis stay here aad bae gone on to the Louisville Medical College Miss Lula Lewis is spending some time with her sister Mrv Jesse Hern don of Irvington Miss Susie Blder and Ethel King spent Sunday at home They are de- Â¬ lighted with their schools We confidently expect Bro Litchfield to be returned We are attached to him his good wife and the bright little ones Everybody got awfully impatient over Minnie Blands absence hence I saw somebody ia a fast rig going that way Mr John Henry Meador who lives about eight miles below here died last Saturday of asthma from which he had been a sufferer for years Mr John Radley spent a day or two with his wife at their daughters Mrs Henry Malin Mrs Radley returned to Jeffereonville with him Mr E Bondurant took an insane man to Lakeland last week His wife ac Â¬ companied him and they remained in Louisville for a little visit Mrs Jesse Malin nee Lillie Lewis and her husband both formerly of this place are very muob beloved in Vine Grove and are getting along nicely Mr A O Burton has returned from Chicago University and will open Bran- Â¬ denburg Normal next Monday October 2d The outlook is auspicious Cirouit court convenes today Mon- Â¬ day Thomas S Pettit a leading Pop- Â¬ ulist will hold forth this afternoon on the leading issues of the present muddle Miss Pemberton of Lexington a niece of Mr A J Hunt was in the surrey when the horses ran away She jumped out escaping injuries except a sprained Wbea the children net their feet wet and take cold give then a not foot bath a bowl of net drink a does of Ayera Cherry Pectoral and pat them to hen Tha chances ara they will be Con- Â¬ all right in the morning tinue the Cherry Pectoral a few days until all oough has die appeared Old coughs are also cored we mean the coughs of bron chitis weak throats and irritable Even the bard coughs luaga of consumption are always made easy and frequently cured by the continued uee of I ana I TT BBaati Mens Suits Oicppu pectoral known to medical science for soothing and healing inflamed throats and lungs Every doctor knows that wild cherry bark is the best remedy I Put onw of Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral ovmr m Plasters your reeTuBTVauW lungm Adrfoo FremI Wa now hare ot of the raof t euil Mat phyUiii In the United SUtM opportunity and long expeil Uoaiutl AaareMiUr ffaf aWMa enee eminently fit them fer Hiring job aedleal advlee Writ freely nil the partieulAri In jourejM ifiSm mean The books in a Sunday sohool library and the majority of writers who en- Â¬ deavor to depiot for young readers characters not only thoroughly good and lovable but Too pare and good For human natures daily food pectof our metropolis holding George Dewey for a day to hero worshipers I VESTS CLOSING OUT SALE aama HT BOWMEE BUILDIKG ankle destroy the moral character whioh they would enforce Milk and water good Mrs D W Lewis and Miss Mabel ness is never wholesome to children Hardin sang Never Alone last Sunday I am obliged to Miss Tula Daniel for morning at the Methodist church with calling attention in the last issue to the Miss Daisy Molntyre as organist It was Brandenburg Missionary Societys re-Â¬ simply beautiful to the Commercial Club of Louisville that that city should now use the coal to be found in less than one hundred miles of home instead of going to Pittsburg for It A hint to the wise ought to be sufficient but doubtless no attention will be paid to Jeff Sterretts suggestion not-Â¬ withstanding the fact that the very best coal in the State is to be found in Han will deal with Kfby theAmertan Book Company cock county But they coal precisely as they did with the sold in Indiana for 05 cents while the They will not people were being made to pay 1 Breckenridge asphalt be had elsewhere this is not true and Mr Pettit or use it if it can one else will not presume to say estimable and it is It is all a political trick to de-Â¬ Not long since a very to us No I said ft people who wont take the time to lovable young lady dont read the Nkws because you aro stlgate and see for themselves We only bowed cheap books they againBtMr Goebel the people want and retired What more - git them but we deDy the statement our thanks care to get nude that the books sold iu Kentucky could we do We did not a lady about this controversy with ire sold anywhere else for less than we into a ooraes to ay for them They may seem high but or that candidate but when it support into consider- Â¬ Mr Goebel the News does not hen the quality is taken we dont have to When it him because ation they are not so Democracy we We believe in making a square honest oomes to estimating our We kind issue before the people We dont up- Â¬ are after the old time have had no speolal hankering after new hold fraud or deception in any party so It is not Democracy and fashioned doctrine todaycalled or the self iw man either We do party oan ever succeed that prao- - styled loaders of not have to be dictated to either as to lit what plan or policy of procedure we your inde- - Bhall adopt in the present campaign ia the time to assert The News is an independent journal M nee stand lor trie trutu free to speak as it pleases This country has much to fear from DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING men who lack political honesty Â¬ -- Tns Hawesville Plalndealer suggests 8uaie were the guests of Pious must be eduoated to honor Hon Thos Petit will speak together love the truth and respect hu- with another Democratic Speaker probPUBLIC SPEAKING manity ably John S Rhea at Hardineburg Ky Monday Oct 9th it being the first Mon John P Haswell Jr Republican can The War Department is preparing to day of Circuit Court didate for the Legislature of Brecken Â¬ Campaign Committee four amies ia the field against the ridge eounty will speak at the following itppiiM -- Pi lie Hardesty Sunday Mr and M rs Chris Bewley were the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs J 0 Dowell last Sunday Mrs Eliza Bandy of Cedar Bluff was the guest of her sister Mrs Melissa Bewley Sunday night MissSallie Baskett of Long Branch is the guest of her sister Mrs Joe Mills and Mrs B F Bewley Cbas Baskett of Long Branch was the guest of Miaa Hettle Helt of this neighborhood last Sunday Mrs Melissa Bewley spent the day with Mrs J G Anderson of Guston last Friday and reported a nice time Lee Bandy who has been absent from here for the past two years returned home last Friday We are glad to have you with us Lee Mr and Mrs Hill McCoy and her brother Daniel Triplett of Missouri were the guests of Mr and Mrs C C Bewley last Monday Misses Jean Leathie and Susie Har Â¬ desty and Mr Neal Hardesty were the guests of their mother Mrs Minerva Hardesty last Sunday George Neafus and family Mrs Ida Dowell and daughter and Miss Mary Hamilton were the guests of Mr and Mrs Joe Mills last Sunday Chris Bewley deserves oredlt for outtingthe most corn this season He baa not out any corn for many years be- Â¬ fore and now outs J8 shocks ia a day and Doi God Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LILAC VALLEY gJPlP hlajhart standard of excellence is a Vf war pwwuuu iu luo nine in Me Ja feed party is the want to lead out into We are all wishing for rain Joe Mills went to Louisville last Tues Â¬ day S C Dowell went to Freedom SaturÂ¬ day Diek Slpes called to see Miss Ilettie Bandy Sunday Mrs Mary Hamiltons school is pro gressing aieely Loag live the Xbw for it is the meet welcome yisUar Into oar borne Veil Hardest was the guest of his sister Mies Susie Saturday night We are very sorry to say that Tom Smith aad Jake Fralx are dtsoatiaaad la Texas flearr Mills has aold a treat many barveerlag machines aad la now selling many drills Parry Helt and family af bviagtoa were tha gtmm of J N Helt last Malar day aad Sunday Mias Hettfe Helt aad Oaaar Dowell were the gneaai of Mias Gala Brown Sat Â¬ urday aad atotday Haw Lena Baafar and brother Sam aUaadad ebareb at Buck Grove mat Wednesday nigbt Neil Hardesty and hie sister Mies places Union Star Wednesday September Clifton Mills Thursday September Irviagtoa Friday September W 27 88 tm A Ultieally Ins that which vou it- l laaKMSEBBEW ii i do Jll not he moved from 1- eon- U- iLai MpjHMBk dasflrap1 Bneni tMJa yourjeiiow- - HH aneEBsBBi of capital aad labor The viu AlwaaaaVarjtap attar for comment ia Hp BflBflBaJBaBi the other It ia a most intelligent reader aarric e and aotawaad tbe n uvninii i mavrm vi Bewley villa Saturday September 80 Garfield Monday October 3 Hardineburg Monday October 0 Balltown Friday October 80 Oloverport Saturday October Si Ouster Monday October 88 Uudeonvllle Tuesday October 84 MoDaalele Wednesday October SB West View Thursday October 86 He invites Mayor J A Barry Demo emtio candidate aad Geo Baraed the Populist candidate to be present aad par Ueipate ia the dtaoueeioac Any change in these dates desired by the other candidates will be coaeeded Speaking to commence at I oclock a m IsntietaJcMt Bmkmummooi BanajBBBBBBBBBBBF Viajaaal mm We take t we ara the organ Our standard ia wt eat of lilt and aanaaaiBBBBFT aikiai aamak enaaahen M ahall elect troebel HauaH nuHWfnaBBl for its chief executive r shall go on ita way re-- mmmmmMSSTtOlUtmamH KfrUttiititiM iiaTJ00 i-- a-A nWm Hp- - tuaJadss the ftrat papers la the United States UPresideat Mcklaloy should decide to go to Evansville to attend the meeting Sonday aigbt a alicht shower of raia oi the Blue juad Gray veterans next fell Thefarmen ara needing tnja Id ntoath he may atop over la Louisville Thalia note eireamatance to the pros-mataretbelr aropa The Farm Journal is oheaa but not too aheap to be good it la foil of ginger aad gamptionand has aa many other good tblaaa in it that yon oan aae as any pa per at any price It will be seat Jar the bsmaoe of 1800 and all of 1M0 1901 190S aad 1908 nearly Ata yearn to sab seribers of the BaacxaiDUB Maws who pay one year in advance famous Message to Garcia Read it and find out why so many people in this world are out of Incompetency lack of employment application and Mrs G H Oasperke has been confined to the house with a severe cold We missed her Sunday in the choir In fact we miss her in any and all church work She is ever at her poet and never shirks Louisyllle is determined not to be in the rear when it oomes to generosity One of her former citizens has offered to give Dreyfus his handsome home on Walnut street as his future residence for all time I met such a number of friends at Vine Grove whom I hadnt seen in ten twelve and fifteen years and so many of my pupils in the past forming a part of that beautiful period ever fresh m my memory Little Maggie Cressap will spend some time with her mother at Mrs Bland There is always room at that good borne for one more The house and heart are elastic and Mr and Mrs Bland never weary in well doing Last Sunday was Bro Litchfields last appointment at this place in this confer Â¬ ence year We all enjoyed his earnest persuasive appeal for a higher life We hope to hear him again the second Sun- Â¬ day in October Admiral Dewey will accept the home Gen proffered blm at Washington Wade Hampton old and feeble refuses a similar offer One hails from New Bagland and the other from South of Mason and Dixon See Mrs Ned Reese is quite sick at her parents Mr and Mrs J K Dittos M Reese has been here from Ohio for some time on account of her poor health We are all in sympathy with our friend and hope she may soon be well We came by Mr Clint Jenkins from Vine Grove and had supper with that pleasant hospitable family in their pretty home Mr Jenkins ia a first class farmer He reads the News and takes great interest in ita bright pages A daughter of Mr aad Mrs Jim Ham bletoa about fourteen years of age died laet Saturday of typhoid pneumonia fevÂ¬ er Brother Duvall preached the funer We all extend much al on Sunday sympathy to the diatreaaed family Protracted services are la progress at the Baptist obarau Tha Rev B F Hasan of Hodgenville la aaaiatlag Bro Duvall pastor la charge Hoars 10 a m aoag services 7 IS followed by Everybody ia invited and sermon Bro Duvall expaen all Christians to leal and take an Interest Shrteen pages of Saadaya Oourler Jearnal were devoted to ita building I have Hubbards port in the treasurers department saw it when I looked over the minutes more carefully and should have made mention this week of my mistake bad Miss Tula not kindly done so I hope too that the report ending in 1900 may exceed this year The band has been reorganized here and there are faithful earnest workers Though few in num ber they are zealous Drouth I Pastures Clover by Dr P W Foots in last issue will make farmers think talk and have more silos pay more attention to sorghum and its usee and convince others that too little corn is being raised Dr Foote finds time to read as well as farm Olover is given a boom by him He closes with the beau- Â¬ tiful and witty response of the late Col Ingersoll sent in a letter of regret to a Olover Club Mr Ingersoll drops the 0 and leaves the happiest of mankind Ah if that bright and talented man had only dropped out of his life that word unbelief and bad had love to God The Louisville papers the Meade Co Messenger the Bbbokinridoe News all contained accounts last week of the fear- Â¬ ful accident that resulted ia the death of Mr A J Hunt and Mr John Hicker son and la the serious injuries sustained by Miss Mamie Hunt Mrs James Bland of this place is a sister of Mrs Andrew Hunt awl through her kindness aad courtesy I was Invited to go with her and family to attend the last sad rites Mr Hunt was a patron and friend of mine when I taught at Garrett Meade Co We arrived in Vine Grove at 12 a m where Mr Hunt lay a corpse at his aged mothers home Concussion of the brain caused his death so not a bruise not a soar marred the calm peaceful pure good face so lately wreathed la smiles as he left his loved ones The same sweet smile lingered like a bene dlcMea oa those ops now cold but still lovingly pressed by his devoted wife aad aneotlonete children tad tender aged mother Oa the handsome casket was a mound of lovely floral tributes placed by esteemed friends aad devoted rela Â¬ tives Mr Hunt was eonvetted at an early age and bad beta a Bonsawant member af the Falls of Otter treek church near Viae Grove lor many yean He was ever at Ua poet of dak Brother Duvall now of this place wee a favorite pastor of hie ao be preached the Juneral oa Taeaday Seat 16 at 180 oclock to oae of the vary largest ooagre gationa L ever saw assembled The church oould act hold all that were ia the procession which was fully a mile Â¬ 1 I UNDERTAKING In this section of the country we are recognised aa the leaders in Under takingsuppliesWe handle all kinds bf Burial Trimmings Send an order to us and notice the remarkablenees of our low charges All orders given prompt attention y WaajBBBaBaaaBBj J1 MBWII Ei atfaMMMIMalwMH iii maiEZ 2 m JOLLY MCGLOTHLAN Irvington Ky II aad oauas The OoarierJouinal la ia tha swim now poliUaaily lor it it supÂ¬ porting the regular Domooratle ticket Way of oounw the 0 Jdoosaot waat to be always bolting Anyway it Is one of aad a qearter loag Saab sympathy such trae sxproaslona of grief I aever in mvlife have witnessed Bis remaine were interred oa the hill just above the chorea Brother J W Bruaer delivered the prayer at the grave Mrs Wlllhite was organist and the choir rendered ap Â¬ propriate selcottoas I have often been a visitor la Mr Hunts family He was oae of the beat husbands fathers aad one I ever hue He had juet com pleted a new handsome home He ia now an inmate of an eternal home He married Miss Emmie Jenkins wbo with tea children survives aim He wes one of the onset farmers in the county and aa excellent neighbor aad staunch Â¬ friend Why oh why do such men ia 5TEPHEN8P0RT tbe prime of life 40 have to be called away Hie mother is rounding out a Had a light rain Sunday evening long well spent life and she repeatedly We have bad quite a taste of winter exclaimed Ob Lord oould I only have We dare not lately been spared this stroke W 0 Biain returned toTPateaville even conjecture why our Father sends Tuesday these chastisements upon his children Mrs Perkins of Louisville is visiting bat there is oae passage inthe Bible per Â¬ haps strong enough tosuetain us Xvea Mrs L Roberts though Ha slay me yet will I trust Him Graver O Jarrett and Herman Lay Deep deep sympathy to tbe loved ones were ia Derby a few days laet week Payne was in Irvington laet week Millions Given Away looking alter a residence he is building It is certainly gratifying to the public there to know of one ooncern la tbe lead wbo Floyd St B Millar after spending a are not afraid to be generous to the needy week here and at Oheaault left Monday and suffering The proprietors of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption for Henderson Mrs Obas Wadllngton has opsaed up Coughs aad Colds have given away of this a new milinery shop oa Mala St and over tea million trial bottles great medicine and have the aatiafaotion will have new goods this week of knowing it has cured thousands of Regular services were held in M E hopeless oases Asthma Bronchitis churoh Sunday by the Pastor This is Hoarseness and all dlnaass of the throat the last service before conference chest and lungs are surely cared by it The Convention which met at the Call oa Short Hayaes druggist and Christian oharoh here the 13th was not get a trial bottle free Regular ss 60c mentioned as the humble scribe from and L Every bottle guaranteed or thla place was not at home price refunded Mrs Amanda Smith aad daughter Miss Idelle of Hardlnaburg are spend Â¬ PROORAn ing ssveral weeks with their eon aad Dtechearldga Coewty Teachers As brother at the Smith House Mrs Albert Pettit and daughter Mia flavttow at Hunted Nov th Bertha left Sunday for Unioatown to join their husband and father The fam-Â¬ Matte ily will make that their fntnre home Welcome address O M Payne Miss Grace Allen of Louisville aad Rcepoaac Miss Llssie Ooomes the Misses Wheeler of Hardin Grove PrimarrPhysiology B L Hook Literature la common schools Prof will spend several daya this week with D 8 Roberta Miss Belle MeOaan at Hotel Midway Music Foa Salb One League Ohatntees Bi Â¬ Things that might have been C D Payne cycle good condition 10 several otbr Mrv I B Peyne Recitation wheel bargains must be sold Fox terÂ¬ Hilts compulsory school la- w- Milton rier pupa imported blood I300 X O Coke Lwir Box 46 Stephunsport Ky Musis Recitation Mias Frances Ooomes The Goshen Asocietioa meets at Advanced Reading Mies Marv Ken Â¬ the Baptist church today Wednesday nedy Sidney Owoa Mies Leila Kincheto continue over Sunday Our little city will be alive with preachers deleÂ¬ aaaey PelUe Miller Local taxation support of public gates visitors eta And yellow legged aohoola Warale Maoy I B Payee chickens will enaV Time of year for all sehools to begin Association A diseased liver declares lUell by Closing remarks--S- u peri a Undent nioroacee meutsl depression lack of J D Hambleton one of Hendersons energy restlemnees melancholy and representative citiieas spent Hunday In oonatipatiou HKRB1NK will restore the city with his uncle Mr Marios th Uve fate healthy oaaditioa 1rtw Hambleton aOc HL X rtaber W J i 4 -iMnHBuuBBBBaBBuEBJiULam rf T M iraln toaaMnmfrtW tllfalatelliamaltaliTitil ftl III fffli hi ITU n I if A i J fii intra inVfti frOrW4aBaV gfci- aaBsaaWeEaEarMraaWlBajff - Y huiltfiTttm C felJSfMMWaUgfflWiilin V aw y sttfm rihAi L fiHmlBnaWBBBBBBBaaBW wy YT3 ffjJpiWR5 Selfrieds ronte was registered at the Brecken Â¬ is health The secret ofheakh is ridge Inn Friday Ladies if yoa want a aloe cheap bat the power to digest and assim- Â¬ go to F P Bunkers Millinery Store la ilate a proper quanity of food the Babbee Boom This can never be done when Bon Ami the greatest wonder In the the liver does not act part world for oleanlng windows Try a eakf from ulnars Oapt J J Hennln and Miss LaoiUe - Storett of Hawesville spent Bnaday Tutts Liver Pills are an abso- evening the oity in lute cure for sick headache dys- Â¬ Sam Keith and Meter Mrs W A pepsia sour stomach malaria Loek spent Sunday la Oweneboro reÂ¬ constipation torpid liver piles turning that evening Mrs Elvira Babbage loft Saturday for jaundice bilious fever bilious- Â¬ Hardinsburg She will visit Mr and ness and kindred diseases Mrs V G Babbage Mr and Mrs James Mattiaglr left They will atÂ¬ yeeterday for Henderson tend the Street Carnival Mr and Mrs B M Bartles left Mon News for Skillmau where they will visit their son Mr Frank Bartles WEDNESDAY SEPT 27 18W Mies Mabel Sterett of Sktllsaan and sister Mn Drlnkwater of Cairo 111 are visiting the Misses Jarboe Mies Judith Miller will open her fall stock of millinery in her new stand Call JNqws and iasptot and you will buy If you want to make a young lady 4444 44444 44444 frie d a prseent of a flue bofc of oaady Fresh MkM at Suiters buy Lowueys goods from 9ippel Stoves will eooa b in enter Moorman Willis and Herbert Rledel They were the wet t to Holt Sunday Freeh oysters lit bulk at Slppels guests of Mr and Mrs Ohas Rledel LotfBejafiaeoeBclles at Slppels Mr and Mrs David Fairlelgh of Lou- Â¬ Frulla of all kinds at JdIIos Slppels isville were in town a few days last Garpeie oil clothe mailings at Vesta week the guests of Mrs J D Babbage L T Beid left Monday for Louisville Mrs S S Watkius and daughter Sue Fancy and Staple grc series at Slppels Roberts of Oweneboro spent Sunday The big Veet stook is being sold rapid- - here the guest of Mrs Mollie Hamble ton D It Marray west to Haweeville Master Hamman Ualey has gone to Monday Oweneboro where he will spend a week Fresh oystera Friday Bight at Frank the guest of his aunt Mrs Charles Secret of Beauty A M MoCrwkenof the Henderson my advice and give those boys up to your wife for advioe THE WEEKS EYENTS The Hon J D Wilson of Oloverport spoke at Jolly Sept 80th at night Hs W told the boys how prosperity bad oome In the lat three years Mr J D yoa SATURDAY were loeky to find prosperity ia your Austrian menietry kas resigned row for them to none la oars Thirty new of yolkrw fever aad I know not the lady nor do I know two deaths at eases West Key ehtld was bom bat from what whoa the Transport Senator sailed Ma Â¬ I road and hear Mark Hanna to rearing nilla with Iowa volunteers from the child on the bottle of traets Bat I New York oarpenton are on strike am fearful that Mark will make the food tor an woroaes ia pay and half holiday so weak he will starve the oblld before on Saturday prosperity gets bore Senator WelHnaton has resigned tbe There were some boys at the speaking ohalimaaridp of tbe Maryland Repab at Jolly that did not have maoh reepeot Moan state eommtttae A special train oarrying BrMiea Lr public gatherings We do not think any bright Intelligent man or boy troops was derailed near Halifax N S several soldiers being injured would interrupt anyone while speaking An express and freight on the Alle-Â¬ If they did not want to hear the speak the door was open Have reepeot gheny Valley road collided at Parker inf for ladles if you know right from wrong Pa Twenty persons were injured By an explosion of a box of percus Â¬ sion caps on board the transport Sher Â¬ Deafsees Oasitet be Cured man three stevedores were fatally hurt Mayor Jones has oballeaaed candi Â¬ by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear dates McLean and Nash for a joint de Â¬ bate to discuss Issues of the Ohio cam Â¬ There is only one way to cure Deafness paign and that is by constitutional remedies Six passengers were killed In a col- Â¬ Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi Â¬ tion of the maooHB lining of the Eusta Â¬ lision between a freight and passenger chian Tube When this tube gets In Â¬ train on the Rio Grande near Flor- Â¬ ence Col flamed you have a rumbling sound or FltlDAY entire- Â¬ imperleot bearing and when it is Detroit tailors are on a strike for 10 ly dosed Deafness is the result and un- Â¬ per cent loorease in pay less the inflammation can be taken out Colonel William Crlohton 67 a Cki and this tube restored to its normal con- Â¬ olnoatt capitalist is dead dition hearing will be destroyed forever A Spaniard was fatally clubbed by nine oases out of ten are caused by ca- Â¬ Cubans In Havana for cheering for tarrh whloh is nothing but an inflamed Spain oonditlon of the mucous surfaces Hencken coal and kindling plant at We will give One Hundred Dollars for New York was destroyed by fire Low M000O any oaee of Deafness caused by catarrh Mrs Horace Cheoery 25 a wealthy that cannot be oured by Halls Catarrh Invalid leaped from a New York hotel Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 window to death Twenty persons were Injured by the afSold by Druggists 76c derailing of a swiftly moving electric Halls Family Pills are the beet oar at Carthage Mo Program President MoKlnley will invRe Pres Â¬ The Teachers Association of the Bew ident Diaz of Mexico to Washington as guest of the nation leyvllle magisterial district will meet at the Coolie labor In Hawaii Is a system Irylngton Ky Oct 7tb 1809 with the of Blavcry of the worst kind Ameri- Â¬ following program can authorities will investigate Language Leseona Mona Hunter General Otis will be asked by the Kentucky History J C Basham cabinet to give definite reasons for ex- Â¬ Primary Reading Clara Macy cluding Chinese from the Philippines United States History Marcus Weath erford THURSDAY Physiology Hattie L Hunter Dewey home fund to date 27095 Numeration and Notation E Idle L Number of subscribers 29624 Scott Rev Joseph Francis was consecrated Long Division Medora Caldwell Percentage and Interest Ervett Fry Episcopal bishop of tbe Southern In Â¬ mire diana diocese PrimaryGeography Herbert Haddock Firm of Barrett Farnum Company Elmer Pate Deaeriuoe a wealthy Chicago board of trade con- Â¬ B English English Grammar E cern has failed Civil Government Florence Cain Former Captain Dreyfue is recuper- Â¬ Psychology John W Jarrett Jr ating at the home of his sister at Oar Address Snot Driskell Each subject will be opened for discus Â¬ pentras France sion by the Association after being inPresident MoKlnley will make a few Bpeeobes lu Ohio next montb on bis troduced by those programed for same The public and all interested in educa- way to or from Chloago Three desperadoes who attempted to tion are cordially invited to attend The hold up a payoar on the Lake Shore exercises will be interspersed with music road are in jail at Toledo Anbbjcw Dhiskbll S O S 0 B Pree Isaac Turpen a salesman jumped E 0 Crabbx Vioe Pres from the fourth floor of a Cinotnoatl Ds Net Be meeeea to mercantile house and was killed Tem- Â¬ Always Insist on getting Foleys Hon porary Insanity WEDNESDAY ey and Tar as it ia postively absolutely Ohio Democratic campaign will open and unqualifiedly the beet oough medi- Â¬ at Hamilton Butler oounty on Sept SO cine Accept no substitute A R Fish- Â¬ Davidson Investment company of er Oloverport E A Witt Hardins- Â¬ Wichita Kan has failed for 116000 burg Congressman Joseph D Tay- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ its Doyou know this Progressiva Parmer Art Goodman of Hamed to One of the leaders of his profession la hustle Ha to putting SN seres in wheat this year aad has 80 acres In sow peas-- Hs recently broke 100 acres of clover and turned It down In the summer while it wae trees Mr Goodman to a strong advocate of good fertiliser and has bought a ear load from the Ohio Farmers Fertiliser Co at Columbus Ohio for 660 He does not confine his attention solely to the soil however for he has just bought of Dr Ben Hamed 40 head of steers which were weighed at 8 Jo last December For Cold Luncheons This list though only a partial one will show that our stock of delicacies of this nature is very complete We handle the best Hams and know that they are delicious Potted Chicken Turkey and Ham Pickled Tongues Finest Olives Sweet Pickles Imported Sardines Sliced Smoked Beef Soused Mackerel Baked Beans Crackers Boneless Chicken and Turkey Lobster and Salmon Velvet Skin Lemons Preserves and Jellies Boneless Cooked Ham aayevayayi Tutts Liver Breckenridge PIHf AtltwiliMmts ImwM umhrihis head at the rate a ont tent a wrd eath imwIim LOOT GOLD WANTS eWuqBvayaysvyW CHARM STRAY MORSB A J 3r Ihc wq On koM charm bearing the wnblm of Knight Tamlar on It The flndr will return w ma aaa receive reward P D lLANK 41 in mm 1 fe4444 2 io STRAY IIOKSKto ourlarge gray -mare l8W or K pfo Scame I0 mifea louth of Siepheniport Ky Would t Bleated h owner would call aad get same TltOS FLOOD A BKOSSiephentprt Ky FOR SALB FARM A good farm of one hundred and HJ li ll tMl n v 111ii j biiivnRiiioiiMa iiiaKHn proremestt all down In crass For particulars lr- Bankers CO address E II SHELMAN OR SALE F u vinzion tty 1917jtj FOR SALB JRRSEY COW - OR SALE A nice Tersey cow with Tertev heifer and calf one month old by her side Price 150 J O STEPHENS 9s7 s E WANTBD HOOrS AND HOOf rOLBS may ANTED tjovooo Hoops and Hoop 1oles CHAS Apply at west end iron bridge Stppel meets your demands in fine eonfeettonerlee Gash For poultry and eggs at Miller Bros A To William Hall Webster wm in the city Sunday Mr Sam Baker of Patesville was is town Monday Take your poultry and etrgs to Miller Go Bros Phillip MeGarrr of Hardioeburg was in town Sunday W S Sterett of Haweeville was in town last week Father Niehaus of Flaherty has been visiting in this oity Oysters served in any style Friday nis ht at Selfrieds D M Duncan of Brandenburg was in the oily Sunday Gapt John V Vest has returned to his home at Balltownjflj Opp Roberts of Iflrrai aburg visited in this town Sunday Chapeae Wathen of Oweneboro was in the cut last week A Wvely time k aatieipated among the politicians in November Mr and Mrs J D Babbage went to Hardinsburg yesterday Grape nut the beet brain tonic on earth on sale atSalsers The little baby of Mr and Mrs Alvln Wilkerson is quite sick Mr McFarland Payn of Owensboro was in the city Sunday Mr Virgil Babbage of Hardinsburg pent Friday in this oity Hamilton Hennln of Haweeville was In the oity last Thursday The political campaign in this oounty will soon oommenoe to boll Nlee line and many new things in ladies combs at Salsers Robt Stevens and Wavejr Lindsay of Kirk were in town Sunday Mr and Mrs WariUld Hendricks oounty were In town Saturday Just reoeived a variety of beautiful new wall paper T F Sawyer Mr Mike Haraman went to Haidlns burg Monday on legal business J W Bates of Haweeville was la town last Thursday on business Km Ella LaSeave has returned frees n extended visit ia Tennessee Oapi J H Bowland and John Heeto a went to Hardinsburg yesterday B L Newsom went to Hardineburg Monday on important buslnew at F Everything new and P Bankers new Millinery Store Wajtmd All the ohiekens and eggs la lb ooantry at Miller Bros A Go Mks Jessie Reynolds of Fordevllie Is pendJat this week at 4oe Tar Springs Forrest Haynes who to teaching a gahool at Holt was in town Saturday Vests stock 01 shoes M suit toe largest ffNHiaty iimjmonmim lowest fe Burk K 1MgG1U telegraph operator who holds the key down at Lewlsport was a passenger on Sunday nights weot bound train Remember the Vesta are doing busi Â¬ ness in the Bowmer building and are closing out their stock at very low prices Miss Judith Miller has returned from Louisville after several days stay oatoh ing ou to the new ideas in fashionable SEVERAL IUUGHT AND WANTED persons to represent us as Msna gers in this and close by counties Salary ftfoo a year and expenses Straight buna fide no more no less salary Position permanent Our refer ences any bank In any town It Is mainly office work conducted at home Reference Enclose self addressed stamped envelope The Dominion Company Dept 3 Chicago LOST BAY HOUSE Â¬ dark bay LOST Onehind lot at horse 14X hands high Â¬ the speaking in Hardinsburg Saturday September 9 The person return- Â¬ TlCE JOLLY ing same to me will be rewarded McQuady Ky FOR SALE BULL CALF SULZERS Telephone 5 Ring 2 J fit Tr One high grade bull calf price Jraso Apply to I II BLY1 HE Cloverport or BLYTHE Hardinsburg Ky TnOKSALK FOR SALB MARB AND MORSB E zsHsHHEH ei4 A B POPHAn millinery Miss Judith Miller will be in Cincin Â¬ nati a week after whieh she will receive her old ouetomers and new ones too in her new room A ohance you wont have again for a long time to buy goods as low as the Vests are making them at their great closing out sale Rev W A Luek and wife of Oseola Ark after a most enjoyable visit to her parents Mr and Mrs John E Keith will return home Thursday Mr and Mrs 0 L Knight are now located over Gregory Gibsons grocery store where they will be pleased to meet their friends and patrons Mr Mark Knight and daughter Ger-Â¬ trude who have been visiting his broth-Â¬ er Mr 0 L Knight have returned to their home in Petersburg Ind The Street Fair at Henderson had its first display Monday and ia attracting many people to that beautiful oity which does nothing by halves Judge Wm Ahl came down from Hardlnebirg Sunday Mrs Samuel Ahl and children accompanied him home They will be absent a week or more Mrs A Y Ford wife of managing editor Ford of the Courier Journal at Louisville was in the oity last week vieitlsg Mr and Mrs Julius 0 Nolte All Veste summer goods are now sold outThey are now taming their attention to fall and winter goods and making prices that are saying the peoples money George Baker an efficient employe of the Henderson route was a passenger on Sundays 789 train going west He was returning from Hardinsburg where he had been spending the day First oome irst seryed so march up and pay for the BK3Kbnbiimie Nkwb a year ahead rhiewlll secure that good Mttte paper the Farm Journal for the bakaos of 1890 and all of 1900 1901 1M and 1904 nearly five yean without any further pay Shall we hoar from yoa within oat weak DR L B MORBMBN I N OK SALE One mare and one horse both for ISO Apply to L J ADDISON Addison NOTICE have closed out my stock of goods at Glendeane and turned lhemoverloMril 1Stum All persons Indebted to me bv note or otherwise are hereby notified to come lorward and settle aad save costs W C MOORMAN Glen deaae Ky OTICK 1 Purest Goods us to sell cheaper than our competitors We pay cash for Drugs which enables yc seat wo la without xhroogh ic with Pan L08T MAS0N1C EMBLEM Call and see for yourself Utile Vld elegant Locket with the Masonic emblem in LOST on it Finder will please return to Man Â¬ ager Cerf ol the Fair Bay Rum Sham TUnllOlUn ol people use and Cologne but I 11 U U unll UU poo Mixture not one In a thousand know how to make them MOREMEN DRUGGISTS izslSHiSs POPHAM Irvington Ky Full Instructions how to make the best sent vou on receipt of ten cents Address C B LEA THE liox 810 Norwood Mass FOR SALE DRCG STOCK SALE A good stock of drugs Apply to FOR T Cox Ekron Ky 1 his is a great bar gain LEGAL BLANKS msmmmmmm i 00 24 4 Jet iL iDci 1899 5nd Train NOT A MILITARY Former lor 69 is dead at his home at Cam- Â¬ Forms J All NEWS of Legal Blanks ItlDGR OFFICE TUITION TTIOrt SALE Blank Deeds and Mortgages and BRECKBN ENTERPRISE bridge O Serious anti Jewish demonstrations occurred in Algiers Nine persons were stabbed or shot The Paris exposition in 1000 is not a Supreme lodge of the Improved Or- Â¬ military enterprise The Frenoh army der of Knights of Pythias will meet in fortunately for France is not building Chioago in 1901 the magnificent temples under whose James Lynch the notorious diamond roofs will be gathered the evidences of thief sent up from Columbus escaped mans genius and industry from all quar- from tbe Ohio penitentiary ters of the globe Our national indignaAn express and freight train collided tion over the findings of a military oourt on the St Louis and San Francisco must not lead us to reprisals upon the road near Kansas Cky Four train Â¬ French nation neither should it impel men were killed TUESDAY any American to treat unfairly the Next years convocation of Odd Fel Â¬ Frenchmen who are in our midst and who are in no way responsible for the lows will be held at Rlohmond Va Bassellns sawmill at Castorland N cruel persecution of Dreyfus Chicago Ywas destroyed by fire Loss f MOGOO Times Herald Lieutenant Colonel John D Mlley Bob Burdette Inspector general of volunteers la dead Hanfobd Cal Robert J Burdette at Manilla Lawrence Gardner member of Dem- Â¬ engaged to open the Hanford who was lecture oourse appeared before a large ocratic national committee from Wash Â¬ audience last night He had proceeded ington elty Is dead Fire consumed the Beoaomleal drug but a few moments when he was strick en with vertigo and the audience was store aad Bvers restaurant at Chicago causing a loss of 0000 dismissed Mr Burdette to in the oare Judge Charles P Daly 81 is dead at of local physicians at a hotel New York He was president of the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in Bryant 1011 JP Business College Louisville Ky UKBCKBNHIDGE NEWS OFFICE SALE Certificate Stratum Apply to Our Fall Millin tm IS HERE ttNo iV 6 JO im 30 IA HJ EDGEWOOD BEKK8UIKB8 BREED tbe kind that win as the record ol my herd at Indianapolis and Springfield this year wilt attest I showed only animals of my own breeding and captured a good percentage ol the desirable nriies The Driie winnlne boar Head light Jr 43999j nd old Artful Duke 10th in Pigs of their get lor sale My brood service sows are of best American and English strains CALDWELL NORTON Come and see me Louisville Ky I Our Opening Will Take Place in September 28 29 and 30 189i 48 10 Ul 64 42 30 5 4 V 4 4ii 4 TO 4 IT 4 ir A nil S4J S H I CajatA aBBjaaaa anpnrw Kalaaal D 0 Moorman of Glendeane sold a Shopshire down buck to Manville Gallo Â¬ Hon Thos Petit will speak together way for 10 Joe Howard of Bookvale sold to W with aaothor Demooratie Speaker prob Â¬ Ky 0 Moorman a nice milch oow for 86 ably John Rhea at HanUaeborg DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING J Monday Oct 9th It being too first Mon Â¬ day of Circuit Court OAHVXIQM OOKHITTM GRANDMA HAD I KIRK KY Then to some sickness ia Kirk and vioinity Moot everybody to busy preparing far the sssonlatlrtn Mr Pete baearun has a boy at his house This time I think he Is for Goe bol The protracted meeting at Kirk to r ewoeidBoJtUtteolTarForkmada all t tk VMaAp1tAA fiAtJM V4P C CONSUMPTION hav to do not foal taiitad it I wall I have a cough my lungs are tore am toting fleah What shall I do and mmk Mr 04 W Moorman wont to Louis ftltolfondey to be absent several days n WW Vt11 wB j sv vL-i- - Mavuamj 0111 IWIWi WUJ vospehla parents Mr and Mrs Wm Hall for toe latest and most styiian nuiun-sty you oao depend ou Miss Judith 1 4 I m afraid I Wx Ahl J B 0 0 sumption Paraguay Owkn Cunningham 0 B 0 0 James Nixon the ones famous oireue man to dead at New York Owing to drought Cuban crops are reported well nigh ruined Business section of Faraham K Y was wiped oat by Are Loss tW9e General Alger has decided to with Â¬ draw from the race for United States senator from Michigan Should b made of the Best Flour LI Hang Obang the Oalnese states- Flour that embodies the greatest the Philippines a mistake protest against A4miralSanlers assignment to the South Atlantic Hdrea Claim it to not eoauneasarats wkh his diawtty Republicans of Maryland Lying American Geographical society Jealousy prompted Mrs Judson Her rendeen to shoot her husband and kill herself M Port Huron Mleh MONDAY Bubonic plague has appeared at As Â¬ oourt removed to Clifton Mills In said precinct and the order embraces certain changes as follows to wil Beginning at Frank Garters on the precinct line be Â¬ tween the Webster precinct and the Ir viBgton preeinet thenoe to John Lyd dans thenoe to Julius Dutsehkes thenoe to Frank Knotts to Inolude them In Irvington voting precinct thenoe to Ralph Knotts to inolude him in the Ollfton Mills voting preoinot thenoe to tbe neareet point in the Union Star Mag ieterial District line Hereafter all perÂ¬ sons living West of said line shall vote at Ohftoa Mills and all persons living East of said Una shall vote at Irvington until otherwise ordered with section 1443 Kentuoky Statutes that a Regular Term of theBrsokenridge Oounty court held on the 26th day of June 1800 that the voting precinct in this oounty known as the Webster voting precinct was by an order of said Â¬ Mrs Sutton has just returned from Louisville with a full line rrji a Millinery including all the latest novelties and after spending ten dave TIS m in posting herself on the Fall and Winter Styles is prepared to serveNOTICE Miss Herring an experience the ladies with all the newest effects K Son Louisville is with us for the seasmbr trimmer from David Baird Notloe is hereby given in aooordanoe A cordial invitation to visit our opening ia extended to all V - - S C SUTTON SON Hardinsburg LADIES KA Z54St j II H D1TE MILLINERY DO In YOUR SHOPPING le BY PROXY STORE Do you want Cticle ON WALL STREET that H in THE STAFF OF LIFE of nutriment and strength properties If IN CLOVERPORT you oannotgetin y but is handled by a Louisville II to own town oonoern op a letter Entire stock fresh from the stating your needsi market You are extended an invitation to oall Location in MISS ADDIE G BabbagVs Store Building Purohasins 1919 Bi IRK It k Street K Tear doctor M71 take ear WWmeWUs C Ril Miller Geo Beatlev Hawesville and 0 M Bullitt of Louisville were in the city Sunday i Those ueek and side combs and hair plan at Sulsers an beauties Have vou eon them Tillman Pauley and U O Hill went to yeeterday to attend the Henderson postponed on account of plastering not being finished The Hon J D talked like there was oao handred and fifty Brown men la and aroaad Oloverport I oaa oonnt mora than he oao f TbeHoo J D told the people be was afraid df the election law that the liber ties of the people would be taken from to not afraid them But the Hon Street Fair He Is simply afraid that jajH as ol that Only 8 cento a roll for good new wall will be meted ont to the BepubUcaa paper T P Sawyer Gome now before party atroof healthj peraoa en taJa it aad they cant tafc It keag It ia so rich it upatta tfct ateaack Bat yoa can tain tfca oil bat yu cant take asffeW SPsjewiea it 0ly fws M a7a Mail Convention of Clover port Magtoterial District WHl JD Tr dlgattad If you will - ttisaUgon Mi OMfty has Katie Meeaa of B the oity and Is vlattlnf Mm arrived ia Olivia Fallon Mss Judith Miller 10 now in Oiooia WUth Utr fall good nM lui her ruluro puitinc aaven boys and every one Is tor Taylor Mort I am sorry Bob for Governor Bosh beat yoa iu too primary whoa yoa were a candidate for Representative and l for those liule boys tellvwing in I the footsteps of their lather Mort take I see whan Mr Mort Moasly baa take plenty froth air and ezardat aad SCOTTS EMULSION steadily there ia very little doubt about yaur recovery There are h vMPhoenbJtea in it w aevp they give strength aerreua ereteat while the eeevU l otifeedaaad nwrlaaej 9GOTT9 EMULaVN aaaOy palatable and It la X bo held Sunday th at tbe OiovarpoH Math odist obareb We earnestly request all Sunday Scheoto In the district to be represented The object of tbe meetiaa dotsntsuit every requirement you to to discuss the best interest of all 8mj day Oehool work in our districts and to maw have your money back With every sack you got a pack Â¬ stimulate all with mora teal in this great work All persona old and young age of Soda Free should help In this work and by their presence inoourasa tbe Sunday School work Oomo one and all aad let us have a grand revival ia this work night Oot GOLDEN r pyftl GROWN Jul Qft MyjtM iFMvmvwm lW FLOUR Wp BBln tin MnnaTY mlaana faMl M lisville k i She will gl furnish yoa MIT withalHnf brmation and assist xot-tut Asmis aaaujtassaasiefeet in buvfJatJatJatJatJkJB LsssBS OaaaaV CURE FQr flPATi I i JW ClMft IMft siva i M flints Use i snaseW SUana Cuili ALOELZE nfptiifii Mfvwpin mm nil imm 8WftnWtotCsft nuwrad ft tlliu Mtis4 lJU MS aaal kau Hh wU mmmiaaaff -- n eavsjsj1 Iism a tlM PssBbsbsbsbsbsH SBSlSSSSSSkSSBBSSSS fBHsBBKif w-- i - FH DBur plain SSM fullUMivwMouiiiioa vuiird rrm a tu Mm Sulu t Mu BttSWttfraa UU H lullu vn uro cmiwjv tit aim nucBuv a o4m snwOmM i able cww mrnKtWrn Older apply to a ir I jr jus i l j gMMfmmgPBnaSnKWMSaSmMMxw sm linir - - ufafcM - i TilUnmnimmgaj ffrnf j JM- JSBM1L iMMJaMMAfiMSiiliinii 3t jST - J dxjt 7 - k - u lsjJt infw- - BBS I ae We are leaden In A TREASURE BOX OPENED CLOTHING l Dont fail to look at oar took be- PROUD OF IT People ohMW New stock of - f 10 make their ptxr- uW X IIIV 1IINHIV e warn ij i i Our Prices y Are the Lowest on All Goods Come See Our Stock See our specialties in mum IRVINGTON KY i i Fancy Groceries Hardware Tinware and Glassware aaeeaaeaaaaaaaeaa1 YOU HAVE x A standing invitation to make our store your headquarters 1 Highest market price paid for Produce NOTIONS t and Gents Furnishing Goods Boots and Shoes Hat and Caps We cannot be undersold JRECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY ViSrAWAv NEWS OFFICIAL PROGRAM SEPT 27 1899 ra W zs m cold water or worse your DRY CLEANING The preparation of the New York State bottle of tears over the sitting room official program of the Dewey reception is fire Dry cleaning aa it is termed may be now in progress and orders are received Keep it la Tour Heme as well done at home aa at the cleaners irom all over the country and abroad And when the bowels fail to act proper- Â¬ and many a dollar Bayed especially now for this great souvenir of this national ly take a dose of Lyons Laxative tbat light colors are so fashionable The event which indicates the interest mani- Â¬ Syhdp It acts gently but effectually on process is very simple Jmmerae the fested by the general public in the great the kidneys liver and bowels will keep garment in gasoline and leave it for 24 reception to be extended to Admiral Dew your system in good working order and hours entirely covered by the liquid A ey on his arrival in NewYork September make your complexion clear tin wash boiler with a blanket thrown 28 The State legislative committee of FOOD FOR SOLDIERS over the tin lid is the moat convenient which Senator John Raines is chairman vessel to nse aa it will be almost air has perlected all arangements for the AT MANILA tight Gasoline is so harmless to fabrics Dewey reception Mr George T Parser has returned that an entire velvet hat with feathers A Washington special says Commis- Â¬ may be bathed in it and come out as from Washington where he had been in good as new without spot or streak The consultation with the navy and other offi- Â¬ sary General Weston received today boiler however should be kept outside cials The indications are now that from from Chief Commissary Brainard at Ma- Â¬ the kitchen or any place where there is an artistic standpoint the State program nila a copy of Freedom a Manila news- Â¬ will be equal if not superior to any paper containing an account of the work up on account of the ex of the Commissary Department in the tra of gasoline If anything souvenir program of like nature ever pub-Â¬ Sly soiled it may need the lished The official design adopted by the Philippines The artiole says that to 4f saab aking but that is rare if the committee is an illuminated cover illus- Â¬ walk through the different warehouses out very easily and if the trating the life of Admiral Dawey from along the water lront and on Calle Prin- Â¬ is carefully poured off from the his entrance to the naval Academy to the cipe and view the tremendous stocks of soiled reeidue it may be used again and battle of Manila Bay which is life like everything consumable under the sun satin This is a perfect cleaning process and realistic The vivid picture of the would prove that there is no department for ribbons laces artificial flowers feath- - Man Behind the Guns is but a fitting in the United States service tbat is of more importance than sis gloves satin and light colored slip- - tribute to the gallant men who fought sistence Department that of the SubThe following is neckwear and numberless other with Dewey on that memorable May a brief description of the warehouses rttwill sot injure the most deli morning The portrait of Dewey in the e color even dresses and hats need center under the eagle and fhg3 repre- Â¬ and their stock The three warehouses in whioh this t be ripped and the unpleasant odor sents the fighting Commodore in his uniform as Admiral of the United States stupendous stock is crowded cover an i Boon disappear in the fresh air A Scenes from the battle of Manila Bay area of 64000 square feet and the aver tie experience in using gasoline would age height of the different piles is thirty i worth many dollars to the woman of and other interesting matter and among oderate meaas who desires to dress other features an engraved reproductiqn feet Here is received and distributed of the sword to be presented to Admiral monthly rations for 40000 men which ell Grit Dewey as well as a fac simile of his com means 1200000 rations a month more - Cironle Diarrhoea Cure mission as Admiral signed by the Free than the whole army of the United States used before the war The valua- Â¬ This is to certify that I have had dentof the United States and sent to the tion of the rations for one month on a Admiral on behalf of the people and Con- Â¬ bionic diarrhoea ever since the war I gold basis is 210000 Thasales depart- Â¬ do gress of his country ot bo weak I could hardly walk or ment supplies 900000 worth of goods Portraits of national State and city au- Â¬ also making a total of nything One bottle of Chamberlains almost half a mil talk Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy thorities will be likewise included the lion dollars worth of goods contained in aoned me sound and well J R Gibbs Senate and Assembly of the State mil be the monthly distribution The weight well represented by engraved portraits of Jacaatle Va of the ration supply for one is 5 I bad chronic diarrhoea for twelve the Senators and members Many other 400000 pounds or 2700 tonsmonth three A years Three bottles of Chamberlains features together with the full official months supply amounting to 8100 tons Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy program of the naval and land parades and valued at 090000 is always kept on cared me S L Shaver Fincaatle Va will make this program well worthy of hand exclusive of the sales department Both Mr Gibbs and Mr Shavers are preservation as a memento of an extraor which has in stock 6600 tons valued at prominent farmers and reside near Fin dinary event in the history of the Em- Â¬ 1000000 There are three warehouses castle Va They produced the remedy pire State one of whioh covers a space of 22000 from Mr W E Casper a druggist at Orders enclosing the price 36 cents square feet It is in charge of a com Â¬ that pUos who is well acquainted with postal note sbonld be sent to George T missary sergeant two overseers and them and will vouch for the truth of Parker treasurer 368 Broadway New twenty natives The second warehouse their statements For Sale by A R York and they will receiye prompt atten- Â¬ has a space of 19000 square feet while Ckrverport It A Shellman tion ffsher warehouse No 3 is devoted exclusively Fitephr to sales articles Here is found every- Â¬ thing from army beans to Russian caviar A FEMININE FAILING LET US GET UP and champagne Five hundred natives AND HUSTLE Fretting Wears Out daily employed as ooolies In and More Womens are about the warehouse Lives Than Work or Care The following is a list of the different A gen Says th6 Boekport Journal artiolee and the amounts Issued monthly tleman is here from Cincinnati this Worry wears out more people than to the Eighth Army Corps Fresh beef week looking for a location for a woolen work does and fretting causes more un- - 840000 pounds bacon 240000 pounds Lb Wees the town and will likely bapplness in families than either sick Â¬ salmon 120000 pounds flour 1316000 decide to come ness or poverty writes Mrs Moses P pounds hard bread 1180000 pounds TntHana is a Rood State and full ot Handy in the Ootober Womans Com Â¬ beans 180000 pounds rice 100000 good things but Kentucky is also a good panion Indeed the secret of happi Â¬ pounds dried fruit including apples mom gtat ami ja a niue DMHrmiH ness may almost be said to be making peaches and prunes 160000 pounds poÂ¬ Xaafacuans think so wliy snoma the beet of everything and good humor tatoes 900000 pounds onions 180000 oat in the cola wlien tnsse I ba left under all circumstances the most useful pounds tomatoes canned 120000 ue belag passed around ilaai virtue which man and more especially pound coffee 120000 pounds sagar tli foil of wide awake bust- thev ought to take soma woman can possess There are good 180000 pounds salt 48000 pounds soap WogiBg some of these ia women who today would peril life and 48000 pounds pepper 3000 pounds I towaid limb for husband and ohlldrsn yet who vinegar 12000 gallons baking powder l to ask Think what the location dally render their dear ones uncom Â¬ 48000 pounds candles 18000 pounds establishment would fortable by going forth to meet trouble lUce Woman From The Klondike It woaia ertng peepi half way and by grieving over tbat place rhat it takes to make a Jacksohviujc III Mrs M L D which is past and irremediable If a w thing can be helped by any eSort of Keiser of this elty who has spent the braaaaaaV traoe are bmmumvu yours go to work promptly and help It past two years in the gold Aside of Alas Bid be proflied the mereon- She started out If not waste no time is van repining ka has returned home pry basuMss wonwi iuijmvtw When your husband has mads a tilt mistake by the river routs August 2 but wm deÂ¬ ennranes wouta u tht In business and times are bard do not layed by various causes She earns knbers and in interest wail over the mistake Gather up the down the Yukon 2000 miles to St Mich the wis la swOeteafc and fragments and stand by to help him If asl and from there by steamer to Seettlr this as merely a soaaMtioa Mrs Keiser states tbat the most valua Â¬ yon ean do nothing else yon oan at least at no tarr distant data ble mining lend with toe exeepttonof asar e beard pretend that yon do not mind you oan tbat at Cane Noma aad Dawson City Is whistle Okvesportlnuf show him that yon believe In him still at Forty Miles on the Canadian aide mil in ntopbesy tbat better times ate of Ofospetiar soon as Much is to be expected from Gape Nothing so chills a mans I been known hare ooatage as the damp spray of a wifes Nome Mrs Keiser says the sand la pay team Did yon never try to ma roar lng well there and thousands of people rnal has nearly two swing machine wlthoat ollt poatyou are at work There is little doubt bat oh ssaeiltapaKLaff know how the sarieeas grind ansa seen tbat the mining laws should be ehanaed will print 900 copies other ani bow herd the work let Wall far as it Is now a man is allowed twenty Mm eat farn paper In Jest as one aeaifof that eorania will InÂ¬ antes whioh is eattrely too ntuob i the woman folks jure the maahlaery more than a whole Kefcur has aatsnelsa lataiestaia Alaska have made a special days nee would If properly oiled Just so and expsete to return thorn i by which wa are able to one days worry will dta snore wrinkles You may bridle the appetite but you Journal for the belanee la year faos aad sorioMs more gray in can not bribe the liver to do its work of 1900 1M1 1901 and your hair than will months of patient well You amy be honest with It help felly Ire years to all subscribers trusting labor Worrying la an essen Â¬ it along a little now and than wish a c0Jsr nixie Nsvra who pays tially feminine failing and there are dose of HXBBINX the beat liver Med Â¬ Use a who do It In spit of thoinssJTss iator Pries 60 rts A K Fisher Â¬ I If you chance to be such a one fret all to yourself in the privacy of your cham- Â¬ Dewey Reception willbe a Handsome ber provided you have any privacy But under any circumstances d6 not empty Souvenir Well Worth Preserving your basin of la no day and generation was there ever so great a dsmsnd for novelty as at the present time It has been said there is nothing new under the sun so old tads and fsaetss are constantly being dressed aad le dreawd to salt the popular palate and aneisnt aad dawreptt hobby homes ate brought out aad are made to prance aad cantor to salt the modem taste Just now high premiums are being of- Â¬ fered lor anything aaUone and of a lot aw generation Work done bv our gfMduMthsri Angers and dotoee worn by them la their youthful days are kept In onr treaeare boxes and broutht to light on ram oeoestoM for airing or ex Â¬ hibited to the womhipful of some ardent relic lover Recently It was our good fortune to view some of the many keepsakes Irs WDglBgto Miss KUsa Newton of this city Mini Blisi is more than eighty years old and while her faculties are all perfectly clear her mind dwelle upon the past and it was with meet interest and pleasure that she showed some of the heir looms of hsr family She baa two patch work quilts that are of especial interest They were made and designed many yean ago by hsr Bis Â¬ ters and exhibited at several fairs where they won premiums The design of one is sailed the California Rose aad the other is the Compass The back ground is of some white cotton stuff with the pattern appliqued in oolored stuffs The designs are perfectly carried out making the whole quilt resemble a brightly col Â¬ ored pioture The work is exquisitely done and is a fine example of neatness and patience She has other quilts of the same style that have never been completed There is another style of work possessed by this same lady whioh is so rare as to make it a matter of cur- Â¬ iosity It is hair jewelry This was all made by Mies Elizas slater who was taught by hsr mother an accomplished English woman The most elaborate of the set is the bandeau for the hair It was made of very light hair but is turn- Â¬ ed to a chestnut brown It is quite elab- Â¬ orate and has an aigrette of the same material in the center To this set be-Â¬ long several bracelets and a watch fob which was worn by her father The most beautiful relics owned at this house are the Frenoh embroderies There are yokes long and short collars and oufls of a style that are again iff vogue and bands of different lengths She has several handkerchiefs done by her sister which make our modern handiwork in that line seem paltry indeed Besides these specimens of womans Ingenuity and patience she has some Â¬ A Big Drive aBsaP H M VNMMft a- COS Ladies and Ghents Furnishing t -M m O ITiaaaliama Goods Th oMwt tergwt MMfal Madknl Imtitut In the V a for Pattoata wtth IMBtttM Vrito far aiqr mrgtwT- - X Hr MImuiuuIw1 aad UrlwHl KnunltutloM am made la U mm whwwr dlagBMl ta tteabtfM Write far free Book oa Deformities m4 Braeeg Olab Feet Cnrratere of the Satee Breaehltt Catarrh Ommw Tumor Pile Faralrel BftUejMjr KMaejr Bladder Bfe Bar Shla aad Blood Dfeeaae aad aU Bar gleal Operation Beit faetlitle apparata aad reatedle for the nteeewfal trcatmeat aad eare of aU ObMare or Ohroale Dtoeate We absolateljr fnrante to core every ease of Nerrons Debility aad diseases from abases and tedleerettoas of rgttfciiw W7 UOtallo Avenue OMoo IK la ClUcHfo orme twenty mm BCirij- - clMtrtorcd ndr of TTMantri rtwMUhwd Httfti ttt ranrMaiooee MNtMlMStMriiM mil Ladies Trimmed Hats Collars Bandana Ties Shirts Shirt Waists Top Skirts TTndersldrts Hose Suspenders Night Gowns Jaokets Capes and Shoes Gents Hats Caps Collars Ties Shirts Suspenders Pants and Up-to-da- JSTioe TeathaadMaaaoodt SpenaatorraemfSm maJWeakaeM alght losses aad vital dram ta arlae Impoteaey Varicocele Hydra eie atrletare Phimosis et ete Charges KeasoaaMe No Incurable eases accepted Suits NoOODor deposit schemes FaUare lcaakBowa to ast 10000 testimonial letters oa file from eared patient Many eared at heme Coasaltatlon free aad confidential persoaaUy or fey letter Write as to day Book oa aU Chronic aad Sora Ieal Diseases aad Hst of ISO gnosUon seat free lSB-pag-e Union Made OretaJIa Suits Ljne of Shoas Ladies Underwear and Top Hkirts te A J KIRST a BROWN Irvinefton A Canneltons Leading Tailor WILL ATTEND TO YOUR WANTS WHEN IN NEED SR 42 vOdTV J5 SEND MONEY NO OCT Pressed Standing Seam Corrugated VCrimo aiia Steel Cap fAHut treasures that are valuable on account of One is a piece of hair ribbon whioh was given her mother when a resident of Virginia It was pur-Â¬ chased in London Eng in the year 1700 It is a gauzy piece of tan and pink ribbon about two inches wide and was in turn worn by each of Mrs Newtons daughters Another ancient ornament is a small square breast pin containing a lock of hair of her fathers This pin is more than a hundred years old One more pin completes this interesting oolleotion It is a small oolored stone which has been used as a watchguard and was given one of the sisters by a friend from New Orleans It is suppos ed to be an unluoky stone and will bring disaster to the wearer This is the legend connected with it but Miss Msa gives so credence to it Bonfield 111 I am subject to cramps and colic and haye used many remedies but find Fo lies Colic cure beats them all W L Yeasts AR Fishsr Olovsrport E A Witt Hardlnsburg their antiquity V faaaaasAY THIS IB OVT sad nd to oi Mate jour mtfkl ana htfM alto number IdoIim around body at kmt and awk and we will tend tbls BmiUM Mk Car to rwm rUfil gRgPo7L s Roof Paints Roof Cement 1 inrt Roofing Tarred Felt Sheathing Paper aaaaflnaaaKsm pnH Jon PTMhjfct MM aaUtlM Ton oa examlna aad try It on at joor nsarett express ottos aad If found Btrfootly satlafaetory ex actly as Write for Prices and teOf Mf ana w Mil WWMRrn VAiKJoaow paw or hub of r H rrttt4 exDraia s MOTTS PENNYROYAL PILLS iaaSeBBaW JHI ftkftFsTMWl etaUftf lMOaUka laftmraMUlt 0 charge im This Circular Plush Caps Inrbaa Ions cut iuii awaap Wi Baal n throughout with Xercatfeaa Mil Ta alaaaMaaarnd Vary elaborately mbroldared with taataaaa braM andblaafe beading aallluttrated Trimmed all aroundwlth sxtra BBS Black TkKat Far hMTlly lnUrtlaod with wadding aad Sbor ehamota Wrllt tu fraa daak Catalafaa Aaaiw Mention this paper whan yon writ They overcome Weak ness insfrultvrity and omissions Increase Tig or and banish pains of menstruation They are LIFE SAVERS to girls at womanhood aiding development of organs and body No known remedy for women equals them Cannot do harm life becomes a pleasure IOO PER BOX BY MAIL Sold by drug giata DR MOTTS CHEMICAL CO Cleveland Ohio For sale by Short Haynes Druggists Olovsrport Ky - iSSm9SSll99SlSDeS9B99999999999999999999 TJBC The most centrally located aad ooly first class hotel la the efty makjaf a fa 00 rats Only om block from the principal shoppie district aad two block fresa LOCUST LAWN HERD 3D of Registered Poland China Swine SsmSton TreateS leoie the great EH is Poland Chha bo fivioe or dead wlanlaj CesMtodore Saatpsoa Is a duplicate of hit eel heated sire sad we caa trutafally say without catting any reneMloa on Btscksaridge county that we aerer expected to see a grand a bred be or to flee aa Individual within fcerbordsn We sell no show records But we ean ssll sows gilts bears ready for terries spline aed aad fall pigt that will pUeMTOu Chtan for quality of stock Call en or address - FIFTH AVENUE I HOTEL PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr fat herd Is headed 16385 a sea of King- by Commodore the priatfeaj theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the ofty Xverythlet seat aad clean Wooing a Schoolteacher Yes said a young man as he threw himself at the feet of the pretty school mistress I lovs you and would go to the worlds end for you You oould not go to the end of the world for me James The world or the eartb as it is called is round like a ball slightly flattened at the poles One of the first lessons in elementary geography is devoted to the shape of the globe You must have studied it when you were a boy Of course I did bat Audit Is no longer a theory Cir Â¬ cumnavigators have established the Â¬ Q A FOOTE SON Ky Ml Mt999mmmmm9mmmm0mmmmntmn999t IrvlMKton Peters Aatleefttlo Healing KsMevss all pain lattaatly aad heals aad curst cats bams belli brokee kch axioms catarrh tore throat cryalpalti corns chapped hands aad Hps piles and all ulcer or sores oi akin or autcous membrane Wli cure tore or Inflamed eye la A hours Ilortenen will Sad this oil will ears scrateass eracksd heel halter bums old sera aad collar galls Us h aad If not sttltSed your drtsj gtst will cheerfully riv bade Price Worms Ll Fw 20 Ywrs For sale by A I VERMIFUGE atltr Bestlai WHITES CREAM V Mat ali IOXtX srpoit Ky cu X3St1T3rXaVI JAMIS F BALLARD St XaX LoulaV orsaUbylaOOIUCANoVOWXVClav B Fisher Olovarport Ky fast rTu j HMOu I know but what I meant was tbat I would do anything to please you Ab Mineiva if you knew the aching yotd There is no suah thins as a void James Nature abhors a vaeuum But admitting that there could be such a thing how oould the void you speak of be a void if there were aa ache in ilT I meant tossy that my life will be lonely without you tbat you are my dally thought and my nightly dream I would go any where to be with you If you were la Australia or at the North Pole I would Ay to you I Fly It will he another eeaturr beÂ¬ fore men ean Ay Evan when the laws of gtaritatloa an snososefuUy overcome there will still reaudn says a lata sewn tIAe authority the diffionltv of maintain lng a balanosw Well at all events exclaimed the youth Ive got a pretty fair balenos in the bank and I want you to be my wife Then Therefl Be a Hot Time in the Old Commonwealth This Fall a to be heated and 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 BRECKEN RIDGE NEWS HE November contests are going - Well Ottrtala light I James stare you pat It in tbat Wiohita Eagle with its army of country correspondents We will send the NEWS for one year andvthe Far- Â¬ mers Home Journal for nearly five years for the price of your home paper if ti Besides oaring sore eyes and ranula ed tide In every ease wham used Satoer laadeXagte Bye Salve the great SYB TONIC has preolodad the necessity of spectacles with thoonands both young aad old It etreaathens the eyesight Is prepared especial iy for the eyes and l recommended for nothing else Good druKtists aeli 100 w M it J i3iaBWWMBBBfiS aWSL lJffltltkfofr1tMi ff It n fir rflif in iiffAtt jfcittHKlffwiiT infs1 fcfctajhffiaft bsatt llal1 ffiarsaan v - ii a iiaa in n I tXn ft i 1 aMBaaBaaaBaBlte al lleUiraBBBa9aBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBSB teltj11 aisaaaaaaaWaaaaaaaaaiaaanaaaaaa anaaBVaBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB JinllaalMalimBaaaWasW llli laanlassaataffMffsTaa I 4iAisV SiaX wr ilwmai iflTlslil l xk jjaaaTMasHr Slsimi sS tta aHiuii i jfek a -- a4 Ji Ji ASdUWfsj HW4 tw A A a Wyvfefftfi5ilwl4si MjiHi0tNtt J mi uggQuiisiw WifipipwpFJWWyF 1 IRV mmwmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmMi CURRENT TOPICS BY MRS HATTIB QR1NNBLL Mm MoKinlry liken th motto of Straus the waits king Beaatifal Bins Danube la bar fayorlte anrl the Marina band baa it on tha program for Saturday afternoona at the White House gronndr exposition and race meeting In the United States Each season witnesses another brilliant triaropb In the pefr s of the Democrat are outs of the Delia county court house a superb structure msgaifioent churches handsome rts dences banks hotels railway office largi agricultural implement nonets wheat Held and harvesting sosnes of Dl Then oome portraits of the repre sentative men of that city On th first uage N 4 la Mr R H Rsvitt who is associated In the machinery business with Mr J H MoDonougb The editor tells us in the sketch that Mr Nevitt is a valuable addition to Dallas from that good old State Kentucky where liquids and other good things oome from MeDonough Nevitts business estab lishment appears also Well all I have to say is that if Dallas does not think Mr Nevitt la a valuable addition shes nearsighted or blind We up in this good old State and little burg feel biokenupto know Texas claimed him We wish htm and bis unbounded suc cess in that beautiful prosperous city Wduldnt I like to drop down there to that fail 1 Â¬ Â¬ The Empire Disq Drill Beat Ditq Drill made Thin is it superb machine and will give perfect satisfaction when a Hoe Drill will not work It will never clog tip with corn stalks weeds and or foul trash of any kind It does not mnke any ifference how hard the ground is or how thick the trash it will do excellent and successful work Theres just one right way to sow seedjust one way Henderson Eoii LnifTilli Thse iMimn I It r hi KAST BOUND No LttJa li Meet Jeet 18 Mt9 eAJNa I sW t t Praaident McKinleys proclamation to the Cuban people intjaatea that the caasas about to be taken neana a step toward wlf gOTrnnnent for the island To the partiaan of independence it meana Joy whilito the annexationist the op poaite feeling sxlst reasons enough to fill a book so weve filled one and will be pleased to send it free to those who are sufficiently in- Â¬ terested to ask for it Address thats accurate reliable and profitable all at the same time and thats the EMPIRE DRILL way There are gvaejltH L- - HaJsMsfflOfj ijnnr if Iff I SSaei Wejhsjtoa OrinTt t t The Rev Fred D Hale will east his rote for Taylor m the beet meana of helping to aoeompliah the passage of the looal option bill and win tha Governors Mr Hale thinks Qoebel signature would veto the bill If it should pees both houses and come to hla desk tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm reaches the goal only by persistent hard J SAND CAVE FLAT labor Improve time wnlle steps are light fingers nimble and minds dooile Held lrom lart wMkJ and knowledge eaeily laid up When I Still dry see young people neglecting the springSome have to go to the river for wate time of life I know their summer will be Wash Hiokerson Is making sorghum useless for the harvest will be as chaff for Poster MoKaughan and Grafton Clash of old age desolate and the winter It man this week requires I know more oourage and W T Clayoomb of Owensboro was strength to swim against the stream of knowledge and Industry now than ever visiting his parents Mr and Mrs A before but we must all swim or like a Clayoomb last week Herman Lay and Misses Zelma Lay dead person float with the current Young people must be ambitious faith and Ida Jarrett attended the Teaohers ful to duty full of energy and indus- Association at Union Star last Saturday try or they will be left in the strug James and Wm B Conner of Cox gle sure While we all hear a great deal Creek Nelson county formerly of this of expansion the beet thing for each county were visiting their relatives the of us to do is to expand our own possi Olaycombs and MoKaughans last week bilities to the fullest extent We canHon W J Bryan certainly will net not it is Impossible at this age to stop come to Kentucky and indorse the half way in music art or business Either Goebel Election Law If he does we be determined to excel or stop oan all interpret the hand writing on Thou art weighed in the the wall SUGGESTIONS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- MoQUADY J W - PATE - KENTUCKY ISfWwwi wisjport Falcon Tetrle HaweeeSle opa e rates Jwssisbora 9 IS M 11 irS eoe 404 419 4 t 4oe 41S 4 SI 4 u j 99 Mil WJO 483 440 480 HKKHHKHKKH0KKKKKHKKKK AtMltoii jaapwenipai i Clorerport Holt S449 5 618 M S1 i8 44 607 51 rioroe Lowibwx Wefceter Irviejrton Otatton Xkron Hrandsnbwsr 5 SO 6JJ 667 810 e- lOit W40 M4f t t Provision has been made for giving Instruction In Spanish In the tehoole of Ubloago Inasraueh ac the United States has oome into poeeeeeion of territory where that language Is spoken it la all right for Americans to read and speak it Persons desiring to locate In Old or New Mexloo would find a knowledge of the language convenient to send art ex hibite from fine galleries to the coming Paris Exposition A mob may at any time pillage and burn the treasures The days of the Oommnne are being repeated However France is not quite that near a crisis A few level heade and better PAY UP ALL WHO PAY FOR THE 1066 UQ4 608 618 910 Hi 660 548 861 608 LoBhTilfa Union Dep Lone Rock Itavsn Howard West Pohtt Kentucky Street BrsncTi Willow Dale SI U g Ja 6j 661 - Ar IlSBpn 7 46pmj 7 SOajsi IlMtn IU Ullpai 780 8 an 716 WRST BOUND No Loalsvllle Union Dep vm Mtexy atreet veet roiat 41 No 4JNo 460pm 60S gdH t t It is a little banrdoua i - hearts than in the court martial exist and we may soon look for law and order t t September should be coupled on as the rear summer month Yet last week we had a few October days and had it not been so dry Jack Frost might have vleited us In the fall of 1866 we bad just such Intensely warm weather in September which extended into October I was in the northern part of Indiana and we experienced the same hot dry atmosphere as In Kentucky t t Honest competition in any avenue of business is commendable but undue rivalry is to be avoided We should all To live adept the charitable motto and let live and we should turn a deaf ear at all times to tittle tattle and silly gossip as beneath the dignity of a gen tlewan or lady People who bring un Â¬ pleasant news are never our friends and should be shunned Cultivate the society of those who soar above the little thing of earth and live on an exalted plane t t WJ Labor is the great law of the universe The very make up of the human body shows it is designed for activity Some kind of labor is accessary for our physical intellectual and moral natures God has so created us that we cannot be idle t t and at the same time happy Life is Scientists have proved that the human too short for ns to waste one moment in brain is composed of minute oells and deploring our lot It does seem there that these cells tiny though they be reÂ¬ never was a time in the worlds history ceive every impression made on the when success in any calling demanded mind and it has also been proven that as much earnest labor as bow It is best act the greater the impression the harder it start out in any business unless we are is to eradicate from these cells How willing to throw our whole selves into it often we fill these little oells with Ws will find oobble etoues in the roads thoaghta that do us no good How im- Â¬ and pebbles in every path but they can - n win mim you sun niUH - - - -- portant to think only good thoughts be removed by laborby taxing tbe brain Grit w tiV AAttalnlaAlUrt iUtntlt ilWian ikiiuuit bikuuc o u BHT iImu Youiuiumliw It at your nurwt fntlant depot and u SatBeaasftA JLM cherish only kind feelings and store and being ever on the alert using our Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve is new louna pntlr MUtntwr aiaiijj u repreMnuxi mhbII mtebhiM llirfl Mil M Riga vwuv a inii these cells with only useful knowledge wits and with eyes open meeting bravely and original in style of package and SklUTKitT BIHUilH TOll KYIK HKtHU OK Btj ar Oant you dont you see in the human the impediments and saying with medical qualities It is perfectly harm Â¬ ralfklHMlOur Snanlal Offer Prtes iimo churgw Tim machine iii rreiiru for each HOmllex countenance which way the cell are Shakespeare li pound and the freight will aTcraire n oanteyour own home ami To every man or woman less contains no lead and is a guaran Â¬ GIVE IT THREE MONTHS TttlAl In Mil dir wo will return your Hi 50 any day you are not aatlaited flUedT or nation a time oomes to decide and go teed cure for granulated lids sore eyes HkM at te I ooo frat adH b4 KM of fallr ail OOaadee all tkU MlMd la Oar tr Sawlav Macalaa CaU1iaa t t ahead Baersoa has said as truly or styes Try it r kel 91990 DROP DESK OAB INET BURDICX la the BTeateet value ever oaered oy anyhi If the invitation to this country to parÂ¬ Our chief want in life is somebody lo BEWARE OF IMITATIONS SJ ftKT eonorni mm m IbbbV VHrsssI 5 ticipate in the Paris Exposition had not make us do what we can Competition Our sUl ffi HH I MR DO0LBY S KlfM umlar rarloua nam rtiununt iirrinir aaiM la CklMfe aad tare let with already been accepted Congress would honest competition makes us often real art Mead ltrti Inductnuinu vailoua aUnsnnslsBHBfaaaBvNMll CREATES A CURL WHO IRK HOT KELURLX X0 not now appropriate a dollar to have ise what malarial is in us and of what I HE cvkby uebu roiar or KTiaT Hluil HUB aUKlM BAKK WITH THK exhibits This government feels the we are capable A rrusioian at this day Duricra ur kumi maweiiv tiikrjwtmakkkin ameuiva The author of tha famous Mr deepest resentment to an outrageous rHUM THE MSB HAIHIAIj FinleyP Donne has joined Dooley SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK gSffiSTC verdict and of course denounces it But PUSO rOLMHW one illustration ahowi machine cloeed head drop the literary forces of The Ladles Home we must remember that we are almost plOK from alaht to be uaea llimur utM ataed er data and am with full lenvth table fraaaa brad in plan for sewing 4 faear Journal and will create this fall In that powerless to make such resentment felt earved annled emboaaed and draw ri lataat last akalatae decorated cahlnet flnlah flneat nlokrl drawer pulla raataonl oaa magsslne a new character called Molly matter of governmental policy era Iwll bvarlnic adjuiuble treatlle genuine Hmytb Iron stand in this 1 inat lara Mlra Donahue who lives across the street ira aaa ncltlTe four motion feed aalf threading Tlbrat We still feel resentful too about the at Â¬ Ingahuttla autoaiatio bobbin winder adjuitable bearing patent tension Her creator says llborator Improead loose wheel adjustable preaaer root Improved shuttle from Mr Dooley titude of Franoe in our late war with carrier patrnt needle liar patent drees pi ard head Is handsomely deeorated wmMMmtmA d haallfallr WTrtiriT TTJTlWrlUrCn sxNsr smw LaBbbb feJ PVbbbbbbbbbbbbbm that Molly is a bright pretty girl of Spain Why should we then contribute QUARANTEED Iks Utktaat reaeiae awst lenkta afi aeareat salaslsH ataeMas InatruotlpB Book telle saada aarr baewe aliaakawM la fantaeed sad ear Treeany nineteen who has ambitions for the Kinu or raoer wore to an exhibition to glorify that nationT rone oan run It and do oltoer plain ur naeblM A 0O rAnS BTKOrwo onABARU Is sent with ereryeoaspareH grt at world of womans clubs Browning It is beneath our dignity IT rnCTC VOll NriTUINB tosceandesaalM this maebtae societies golf olnbs womans rights orÂ¬ to aaoOO end than If oonrtneed jee srsasatat MHU tMW aaa t t TdliliTfill TOCK lsM If at sar Haw wltMe lease aeaMe ee tsrysasfe wsr IWeflM steel tat SIB 60 gan mi ions and the high toned literary AHi TO nlT MtTT UIUT Bears Hoebuck at Co are thoroughly rellabls -- Editor -Foreign papers in referring to the CovmbrJovkmaj tha a WjmVl BBSS social life which thrives on the In tkTWICB-A-WB- B and A4eru SEARS ROEBUCK CO Inc ChloagO III Itnv nftirmnir nnbl istqaality mud tuna of Admiral Dewey are dipping their sssssssnwVC Her mother and quaatky elite aide of Chicago you writs eneonon Uus paper Whan QBjllatn little gall or vitriol as it brother sympathise with her but her Tiu TwiCB AWiwr CoaameiuTouitMAi li tk H Far instance the Hongkong Tel father who works in the mill k hard to paper It prktt mors mi tka iMiilar of all other rM sews awtt good rlaas Had matters been left to jffiaph says any deal with in that he will insist on sitting clan tfr aw good a4 ftttorMy Uiaagoe orhr la WaSnaiSay commieA toe Admiral we do not believe things at table in his shlrteleeves and in his aad awpw septal RBBJ OW ajIBMUUVn The such a pass would have oome to Mr Dode to the fam Â¬ wmaio BeJJ Jangled stocUnt feet Piooolo Trieste asserts that Deweys ex- Â¬ COURIER JOUXNAL CO ilys most Intimate Mead and to called Out of Tune and tlmnh LOUISVUXB BY ploits cannot be reckoned among the upon frequently to ran across and set sakissjearsV deaarlption ate Lon- Â¬ greatest daada of naval warfare win of women Tfcey ars woe f matters straight e IY A SPECIAL AlHUUtlEMEHT dons Saturday Review speaks of the poadaat sttUv jwrroufamilt balden to tbemaelTM aaa their Their The most delicate cosjstltaUoB oan frothing done in the United States TOO CAM OBT the safely use BALLARDS HOREHOUND TWtiitauux papers too think it is time lea SYRUP It Is a sore and pleasant going too far to compare the Manila bat- Â¬ remedy tor coughs loss of voice and all deeds of Farregut or IV tle with the throat and long troubles Price 26 and WWhiiSfn tft ssPrlssoffsHr H JfLsBsJsF gtjtthoff Well you know we as Ameri AKOTKa A R Flahsr 60c cans have the reputatiou of being boro Twioe-a-Wot- k worshippers and of bowing down to Idola THE WHITE MANS BURPEN rV New Discovery for the Certain Cure of of human Hash so we are only honestly It brings health to the womanly INTERNAL and organism mfiA health there means keeping up our reputation and I am Both One Your for copy of the Manila welipoiUedneyvea calmness strength A recently received more in favor of this demonstration b EXTERNAL PHES WITHOUT PAIN It restores wootaatyr vigor ana power American has the following 1 oause Dewey hails from this aide ot the It tone ud the nerves which suffer CUBE WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED The White Mans Burden which it is in ew England ing end dieease have ahattared It to ThW ia for caea aubecripiioM only All aubecrip TUs W1 MAIL 76 CENTS SOTTLH 60 CENT has been carried by the volunteers and Uoaa uader Ihi comblnatioe oeTar mul be eat the moat perfect nruedy eve deiriaed t t through the oiese al ihi I have the Texas aU Fair lomN to restore wcak women K perron regulars In toe Philippine islands for health and to make them attractive over a year Is being shnred by some of IntMNsi edition of The and happy xoo at all dtaggista For bj A R lisher Cloverport Ky the black boys of the United States A Halite Vtmamk vtin WTe y view For advice in cases requiiug spec sergeant in the Twenty fourth infantry ial diseetioas address giving symp Â¬ Jfenositioa of we State toms Tb Ladies Advisory De said the other day when saluted with wuirh opens September 38th and elate sjMn Tee Chattanooga mam- the Question great Institution it IgMtaMet HAIR6AUAM October 23d This Seod 1260 to he BBaounBiooa NsTwa and gel a 500 Bible What si yon boys doing Ui pride of the Loue Star State wail and the Naws Are of charge for one year wWfe bona mk nor to take up de lm J wan ad tt annntreaMa Biay it befar it is cknwltgtl to white mans bur4n r U i iWwd mrUulturl commands the spontaneous homage of all with whom he or she comes in con- tact No one in all this wide world can damaee anothers character only them selves Our reputation may be sullied bat our character remains true unless damaged by ourselves Charity is one of the greatest motive powers in the world In its noblest em Â¬ bodiment it exemplifies human nature In its highest forms for it exhibits man or woman at his or bar beet A man or woman of genuine excellent of high we assert otherwise principle of sterling honesty of purpose wrong Human mediation has existed through all ages it seems in soire form and how consoling it lias ever been A mediator between God and man Most all of us feel more sure of finding God with some one to interoede with us than in a soli tary quest Wherever we find man we find religion wherever religion a media tor We are lsd to seek another human beings good offices as a mediator with God In time of great trial in time of stress or peril bow natural to ask a good man or good woman to pray for us Obviously it is open for us to pray for ourselves very likely we do but we want the prayers of others We feel that strength or courage or endurance are more likely to be given if our own petitions are relnforeed by the petitions of others When sorrow overtakes or peril threatens wn prmptly resort to our friends and our minister and ask their prayer People who never pray who perhaps cannot or who in health and fourtune decry it will often nearly always In sudden anguish ory out If theie Is anything la prayer remember me when you pray for I need all the help I oan get In desperate siokness we want every friend we have to pray for us This is mediation pure hu manity giving utterance to an intense feeling in which mediatorship is lodged We want the forgiveness of God which we feel we oan not secure through our selves as readily as through others ap pealing through a higher mediator ThW mediation 1s a beautiful idea and a consoling thought when viewed in the right light and fully appreciated All ministers and all priests are mediators but none profess to be aught else and when Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t t j Lv 737am 8 39 Wlllowdsle Rook Haven Long Branch Howard vow M 886psa 818 81 637 640 568 600 608 648 661 we smply are t t f balance and found wanting Gen Taylor stands pledged to the re- Â¬ peal of the infamous election law and There are some things a baby needs he is the man to vote for Dont be ind must have if it is to be healthy and baflled and bossed by the party lash but good natured and there are also some walk right up and vote for Gen Taylor things it does not need and which are and redeem old Kentucky from disgrace an injury The lees noise a baby hear The people in this neighborhood are the less it 1s carried about and played making arrangements to help the with the less jolting and trotting it gets people entertain the bJx months of its life the bet- Â¬ Slephensport for the first ter it will be It is seldom necessary to Goshen Association which convenes at take it from its crib except for its bath that place September 27tb We will be and meals its undeveloped system calls glad to see all our old friends and you for rest yet it is often denied that privi- Â¬ Mr Editor of course will be present to write us up lege Babies like older folks are largely Preachers Yes indeed let preachers oreatures of habit and they cannot too early acquire habits conducive to the speak out and denounce all they see in health and development of the body It politics that is injurious to good govern- Â¬ Why we are surprised that there is during sleep that nature works with- Â¬ ment out interruption and the child gains in are people in this country and even in health and strength Have regular hours this State that would keep preachers for naps and see that everything is fa- Â¬ out of politics and wish to be governed vorable for Bleep have no tight bands to by bossee infidels and outlaws hinder full brtathing set the orlb in a oool quiet corner where the light will As an external liniment of moet won not shine on its face do not oover it too dsrful penetrative power BALLARDS wagnly and change its position now and SNOW LINIMENT Is not equaled by then and it will sleep longer and the any other in the world Price 26 and 60 soft tender body will not acquire a one- Â¬ cents A R Fisher sided growth The cause is greater than any man Moet of the diseases to which babieB are subject oome from improper feeding has been lost s ght of in the Kentucky lor the number oi mothers who nurse campaign The man is greater than any their babies grows steadily smaller The cause 1b the Kentucky standard bottle used for the baby should be smooth inside so that every part may be The editor of the Farm Journal cleaned with a bottle brush The bottles Why have a mortgage on the farm should be well scalded every morning to poor crops sour bread grip leak in the insure perfect cleanliness Put them in roof hole in the pocket skeleton In the a pan or kettle oover with cold water closet or any other pain or trouble heat slowly and boil for 10 minutes when you can get the Farm Journal for after they are oool rinse in dear water the balance of 1809 and all of 1000 1001 As soon as the bottle has been need 1002 and 1003 nearly five years by pay- Â¬ rinse and be careful to wash the nipple ing a year in advance for the Brbckbn Unclean bottles have killed many babies RiDQX News This you can do if you Babys mouth becomes parched and are not too late dry for though milk is nourishing it is not refreshing and a drink of oool water will often quiet the ohlld when other means tail It water has been boiled and kept on ice it may be safely given FOR BABYS HEALTH BRECKE1IE- - WW Cloverport Sfiopa Skllman 1ierce Stephenipon iioaisoa Holt Samnle LodiburK Braadenbwg anniR Oustofi Irving ten ebsfer 84 858 84j 944 948 957 l504 1Q01 g 937 914 941 6x am 1008 1008 1014 WJ1 1038 1046 IO 4 6M 707 734 737 9RJ 804 Y 720 739 43 1016 IV M Ifl Ml 1 for Carnieilon Ilawesville 1AU 1108 j rcuio Falcon Tell Cky j 1042 jew oiz 8Zf ONE YEAR AHEAD WILL RECEIVE THE 1104 11 In Powers i forJRocltport lad 1119 Pates 1130 Owensboro 1140 Mattlngly 1151 Iwlsport Waitman em Ui 1189 842 8SS 9 05 SpotUville Baskets Henderson jrimui Stanley Worthlngtoa Reads 7 jieo 1214 916 9 41 HMnrn 1230 128 1239 T25S 1 Eramvllla St Louis NftS A ea Anrl iA txnji alaanriFine 111 ese thpfMUrh hdnTUdn tl varlih 1IU 1207pm 932 939 947 964 1010 1 1K irtiArtm A r 716pm 1222 1229 1245 720am 1 Remainder of 1899 T Yiilatvflla Vern naiJjl lea si4 tte 1 viifar nivilVQa awuuia ealkAMe VIMIlgrNo 4i and 44 have high -- back seat Paw- lUUrrr tiUsrrLdaai nnrl Daelne Pan ateelUa k knna MiMnnn Haflaia Gteakaaa VMS Majs LPmejpiug Tl - k Aa l f OtlCDSJ8lf 7 etetMnHtfT UMVH wmk elont JOURNAL tween Louisville Evantyille ami St Louts without rhanos No4t and 43 have Parlor Cart and elegant MI1U J3TMUBT1I1V nttD w wenwH MUIT out change EDGAR JtlLI Traffic Manager Louisville Ky iImI I I L II St L NEARLY FIVE YEARS and all of 1900 and 1903 1901 h Fordsvlfle Braicii 10 TIME TAKE Ns IN EFFOT SUNDAY JUNE 18 1899 I 1902 West Bouud Trains No3tNo6t AM VM East Bound Train No 2t tNo AM TM STATIONS j 10 60 11 18 This offer is by special arrangement with the Farm Journal and is for 1124 1128 1138 40 60 57 12 09 12 14 12 30 12 50 12 66 1 00 1 06 1 13 1 30 rM 11 11 11 A SHORT TIME ONLY 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 9 9 45 08 19 28 28 35 46 62 04 09 26 45 60 66 00 08 Lv Irviaftoa Garfield Harned Junction Hardlnrburt Junction Glendeaae Dempster Ar 9 Kirk Jolly 00 8 35 8 24 8 20 8 15 8 10 8 01 7 54 5 45 6 20 MU 0T J Dempster Falls of Hough Rockvale Huth Asking Oaks FordsTHIe 9 IS 0K0 QPMD NO MONEY MXMX rt Ar Lv 7 42 7 30 7 If 6 57 6 63 6 48 6 44 8 86 6 30 am 5 00 4 4 46 4 89 4 27 4 1 4 no 3 42 3 f8 3 13 S 29 3 21 3 16 J 1 tf rn Xl toidyftSIE r Trains 41 da 43 and 44 coniwt ot Irvinrtoo with Trams Nos 3 and for pomts on Kordsville braarh Trains 2 3 4 and run daily Trains Nos sad 4 connect at lrvlagten with Mam Line trains 41 4s 41 and 44 aa ikltvULffl sk5fcv Shorthand Penmanship Etc taught rejpsi Jrl AWa YOU Jrtal SBBBBBBBBsnw GET iiar nSn D HUHUIljIt MM j I sBI i Full courses 25 oasli or yoa can pay Books and blanks The principal ol this sUhX Is the author of the lkadiho system ol bookksepinjr whlch is used in thousands of public and private schools Includlne the nubile schools ol New V rk and other large cities The liadini system of Shorthand Is taught Students from ever Stale You can graduate In your sfARi time he ii ever so 100 OR 200 PER MONTH nb wi mile lATaS TO THOSC WHO UNO FOR CAKAUKU1S AT OMB HrMHM annua St snie arii iu SCHWARTZ SCHOOL aiju Wart JeMersoa UuUvllU Ky ssVSjtH9 8wft MORE lVfB lyOH A BOON TO MANKIND TABLERS BUCKEYE TjsTttTB iSS lBjBHiS 15 InLc IS LAXATIV SYRU C0N5TIPATI A DELICMTrUL 1 TRADE MARK McELREES aiBreckenrldge News Cornier Journal bbbI rltwwlRSE Wine of Cardiff CURE NATURES CURE FO Kim avOCI tarlffi Lbt r tWlV watrti ONLY 26 eyDei jiFiuimMftif Breckenridge News sle icitomittsTimi LIQUID LAX V II wall known laidtlve urlni ftsttL vjrtablea and fruits tur the euro of UtU CMUtlDatloa Toiuld Ivvr SI li cho ana tul derauaed ouJltlons t f i m On aiiouiit aT liver and bowels and lack Ktm pttaaaat aromatic navur oosdruis It Uaa Ideal rcnedj rwr cw sia fcjia jsys a H herr gUt K lyon alibroiwi on k uvu in UXJI It i rost sai SHORT ft HAYNf oiovKWOirr k MAROINMURO A Tug of War a character Miss Battle Hook Is visiting at Bran deabargv James Dagger and wife ere visiting In Hardin ooanty BobernMW Bros loaded a big lot of cattle bete last ffetarday Miss Nellie Hook retamed lest Baa day Iron a visit M Qlettdeeae Gae Miellmaa and family were vis Â¬ iting aear 8tepbeaeport last week Btemett Hoyalty has been ill for the vest week with something like malarial fever himself clowns or even old Bnakeepeares Dogberry He The amatear drtcctlve aa any of MiimrMMtMS Qq All Competitors Outclassed by Selz Jfm the Mnws ufflo yesterday and ra- - Ferry and H awed her subscription far the Maws eJSlWe I MaGavoek of Oloverport were la town Inst Monday Mi Dr Napper and Mrs Brashear these qualities and many more anil Allen Rollins of Stepbensport were in I Urtliusburj Monday Handsome Low price High quality M 8 Tida Mercer is In Lonlsville What more do appearance Great endurance nursing her slstr Mrs Estell Sutton you want In a shoe who is 111 with typhoid fever Adolphus Jones of Henderson oounty but formerly of Big Spring was hero We are exclusive sale agents for the SELZ line of last week visiting among his old friends Allie Skillmansonof Henry Skillman who lives near West View has been down seventeen days with typhoid fever There has been a decided improve ment in the last few days in the con- Â¬ and have them from the coarse working Shoe to the dition of Mr T C Lewis who had such neatest Tan and Patent Leather a severe attack cf the flux 0 E Haswell has been in Cincinnati the past week purchasing goods for BF Beard Co Their stook will be larger this fall than usual owing to their having an immense space of storeroom which they wish to utilize We are still handling the Ohio Far Â¬ Z Oloverports Leading One Price House mers Fertilizer It gives satisfaction and we make the terms to suit you We also handle the Richmond Champion Wheat Drill and tlie Brown Farm TEMPERANCE TOPICS News Wagone B E Gray Bro Harned A big improvement has been made in WEDNESDAY SEPT 27 1899 Tho State Convention of the W 0 T the public road just below town in front U which has had a five days session in of Mr Durhams place A big fill and a Owenaboro closes today It has been a culvert Bufflceut to carry off all the water ADDITIONAL LOCAL successful meeting in point of numbers from the road has been made This is a and Interest manifested by members decided advantage over its former conMrs Morris Beard of Hardlnsburg and outsiders Tho president Mrs dition Â¬ was in the city yesterday visiting rela Beauchamp was ably assisted by Col The Cincinnati Cooperage Company is tives George W Cain and Miss Mosier of working up a big lot of stave timber here Mrs T B Young of Morganfield is Pennsylvania Their yard is now full and they are still visiting her daughter Mrs Ohas Skill Miss Mosier a talented lecturer from hauling more They are getting a good man deal of it off of the tract of timber they Misses Judith Miller and Ethel Oelze Pennsylvania will make an address in the interest of the temperance cause at purchased some time ago of Wm Miller spent one day last week in Louisville the Methodist church to night She for which they paid 4200 shopping will apeak to the members of the Wom- Â¬ At the Eclipse Grocery you can buy a Mr Frank Warfleld of Louisville ans Christian Temperance Union at the set of glasses for 10c a good wash board spent Sunday in the city the guest of Bame place tomorrow afternoon at three for 10c one gallon and a half bucket for Mr and Mrs Fraize oclock Miss Mosier has been attend- Â¬ 8c a good syrup pitcher for 15c which If you desire the best and most lasting ing the State convention of the W C T usually sells for 25c and is of a very work in photography call on W W U at Owenaboro and has been induced superior grade a good lamp for 15c Brooks over M Hamman Sons fur to atop here on her way home Let complete with burner and chimney every one ayail themseves of the oppor- Â¬ strictly 0 Kan extra deep maple syrup niture store Mr and Mrs Obas May Mrs Mar- Â¬ tunity of hearing the truth about tem- Â¬ bowl for 10c worth 20c easily fine flaish dish pan 10c which will wear as well as guerite Herkes and Miss Rosa Riedel perance one you give 25c for spent Sunday at Holt with Mr and Mrs The cause of temperance is continu- Â¬ Charles Riedel ing in favor here as is evidenced by the Petit Jurors New photograph gallery in town Mr large audience that attended the weekly Ihe following are the petit jurors that W W Brooks is the proprietor and Monday night meetings The com- Â¬ will at all times be pleased to meet you mittee on entertainment for this month will be summoned for the October term over Hamman Sons old headquarters has fully succeeded in pleasing the pub- Â¬ of the circuit court J 0 Black 0 0 Pile Geo Gilbert Herron Hicks James Mrs T V Joiner returned yesterday lic Monday night Mrs Plank read the E Ward Frank Wm Bible selection and was followed by Watlington from a visit in Daviess county While Mrs Dr F M Smith who read a paper Jarboe E Smith Wm- - H Pile Sr in Owenaboro she attended the State Ralph Knott TbOB E Butler John A Convention of the Womans Christian on the evils of alchohol Miss Jennie Coke Lorenzo Dowell Ezra Carman Warfleld sang Consecration in a Temperance Union Geo W Haynee sweet clear voice Bro Joiner made a Robt Weatherford W W Brooks has gained a state repu- Â¬ forcible talk which could not fail to im- Â¬ Wm H Morton Wm P Carman J 0 tation as an artist in photography and press the audience with his earnestness Nolte John H McGavoc Ezra E Dick yon who are in need of first class work and interest in the cause Tho last erson Wm Allen Luther demons cannot spend your money more profita- Â¬ number on the program was a quartette S 0 Avitt L H Adkisson Jaa W bly than by calling on him sung by Miss Warfleld Mrs Rowland Tabor Taylor Beard James Hufllnes Mrs Marguerite Herkes of Warsaw Prof Maple and Mr 0 W Moorman Jr Uhas L Fisher John T McOamish HI Mr and Mrs Ohas Mav and daugh- Â¬ It was Sweet and Low both in title tone to Colorado ter Miss Eva and Mr Fred May Sr of and in truth and was enjoyed by the au- Â¬ this city visited their old homestead dience Mr F N DHuy announced to Herbert Beard of Hardlnsburg left tho Union that the petition signed by last Sunday for Colorado Springs to take near German Ridge last Tuesday twenty-flve-pcent of the voters in this a position thero as night clerk in a hotel W W Brooks who for years oper Mr magisterial district asking for an elec- Â¬ Young Beard is a model young man and ated a photogragh gallery in this city tion on the local option question has will be a credit to any community in bae again established himself in the city baen sent to Hardlnsburg to await the which he may cast his lot His morals and is located over M Hamman Sons are good and he is attentive and punc- Â¬ furniture store Mr Brooks is an exper- Â¬ action of the court tual In business He rode as deputy pleased to see REPUBLICAN ienced artist and will be MEETING sheriff in this oounty for eighteen hie old patrons He is prepared to fur- Â¬ months and proved himself unusually AT HARDINSBURQ Â¬ nish photos at 100 per dozen and up worthy of the place because of his wil- Â¬ wards lingness to act upon all occasions His Hon Clifton J Pratt Republican can- Â¬ friends in his community wish him sac A Month Rest didate for Attorney General spoice at cess in his new field Elder Bsare pastor of the Christian Hardlnsburg yesterday at the court- Â¬ church at this place will give up all pas- Â¬ house A Public Necessity The mammoth building of the county toral duties for a month to take a much A watering trough is needed at od needed rest Elder Beare has been suf- Â¬ seat was crowded to its utmost capacity Mr Pratt spoke for more than two Locust Hill spring on the Hardlnsburg fering with a nervous malady for some weeks and bis physician advises him to hours dearly stating the Republican and Ouster road for the benefit of the principles and denouncing the Goebel people who travel that road and for the be relieved of work for awhile community surrounding there A good Elder Sparks of Grayson county will ites His speech met with enthusiasm and watering trongh is an absolute necessity occupy his pulpit for the time being To any one who will assist in this enter was heartily applauded He showed ina concise manner the prise to the extent of labor or lumber to Expected Home Any Day scheme Goebel was working on the peo the amount of one dollar we will give Was Farber who has served his term of ple relative to the book trust and the the BaBCKENKibaK News one year free emruirnent in the regular army and who separate coaoh law foogbt throughout the Spanish-Ameri-oa- a A Oreat Sport war is expected home at any time The Best For The Money The Hardlnsburg Gun Club will have Me no doubt has many interesting oc- The readers of the Brkcksnkiihis another shooting match at live birds on His friends are Nkws may congratulate themselves on their grounds to relate here next Friday after- Â¬ to see him as they are confident the faot that they are getting their noon A greater number ot birds will sV ggdAing some valuable information moneys worth No other county week Â¬ be turned loose than at the former ly In the State prints as much local mat-Â¬ match and the sport will be of more in- Â¬ Oleerathtf the Oeeaeiea ter as the Nkws In the present issue terest They invite the publie and es Â¬ A B 8fcilisui Jr was last week the there are more than fifteen columns of pecially the eraok shots from surround Â¬ tfaiimlMJ man In Breekearide eounty headed locals and news Items of interest ing loeallties to attend h4 JNH pwMinlid with a flee hoy who to the eounty outside of the contribu- Â¬ Grand Fall Opening In Millinery jtUcady said he K for oeoej flrst tions from correspondents We eriUee no other papers but we eao jTim4 dwre My WriUwMH keeeof Bishop Olarksoa have Just received ay with truth that we offer the public a a beaaliful line of ladles aad Misses hats i earpentew on the Men tf arson and has laid on to oelebrate the eleaa well printed paper containing all swell shades and shapes and oaa furnish the news on all the sableets of Interest yon with ehlldreae haw aad T to oar subscribers seleet steek of trinnlags We have aa Tawsi Ptot9twtt upUwlaie trimmer Call and see as possum Party O Mr Jjnja Brashear gftUitendent of nm Uva HaMMHB Farmers Delag Oeed An Oposmm patty has been nudsjup John Jennings who resides on the pike t fee oily Monday from Wee in this etty They will leave to ffeseys baelnnt of e wry kind day and spend the remainder of the wee U towa Monday Mr Jennings Paint k improving and many weok aeoartag teje woods baek of Use seW itmt all ef the farmers in bkloeajlty op- dbsjMff Thoee who oowpoee the parÂ¬ were doing well and pMsaetlng that all retU4i ty at ware fee William Goebel lor Governor lilsees allies and lliwMe Murray Jane and those who were net lor him woald A YwJtor her Fred support Maror J A Barry fand Masjra tm H T fenders of MaMngly via- - Ham-- strength of Th vtotortous tam In a tug I war ctopMds upon the Hs men and their powers of ndurano The victorious SELZ 5H0ES have Just 0 Royally basmeved baek to town and op wed aa oSloe aad Is ready for more basinets R L Newflom M Hsmrean aad Jobs I IkHpiI BOOTSSHOES THE FAIR Breckenridge Â¬ er stohaa most eetoii J iehina ctaes W BBBBBBBBnnnnT and generally follow litem tmui ne unrigs ttp about as fur away from the notation of the mystery aa mortal 1 well may be Bat the aaecMiet la the detection of crime Sherlock Holmes is a man who reads elnee as the Indian reads a trail Kvery step he takes ia a step to hi ocean Its much the mom way in the detecÂ¬ tion of disease While the amateur Is Be sure and read oar great offer cf the blundering along over misleading symp- Â¬ Bkscksmmdqk Nxws for a year and the toms the spedallet goes right to the real cense and pets an arresting hand upon Farm Journal lor the balaoee of IBM the disease It is in tuch a way that aad all of 1900 19Q1 1801 and 1008 near Dr R V Pierce chief coneulUtHf physi Â¬ ly five years alt for the priee of our pa- Â¬ cian to the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo N Y succeeds in per alone Just walk up to the oaptalna hunting out and arresting diseases where offioe and draw the blxgrst prise you the lees experienced practitioners fail ever drew More than thirty years of special study and experience nave enabled Dr Pierce FALLS OF ROUGH to read symptoms aa easily and as truly aa the Indian reads a trail which is without a hint for a less acute vision than his There was a bl baptising Sunday Any sick person can consult Dr Pierce SbermarrTuttle is ill with fevers letter absolutely without charge by Bach letter is read in private aad an- Â¬ I failed to get this letter in the mill swered in private Its contents are held is answered last week as sacredly confidential It with fatherly feeling as well as medical Armstrong was a guest of M W skill and the reply is sent sealed in a Stones Sunday perfectly plain envelope that there may There is a great deal of siokneas every be no third party to the correspondence Thousands have taken the first step to where it seems No health by writing to Dr Pierce Mrs Sam Parson and children return- Â¬ Ninety writer ever regretted writing eight in every hundred treated have ed home Monday If you are been positively cured David Ohambllss filled his regular ap- Â¬ afflicted with any old obstinate ail- Â¬ ment write to day you will be one day pointment Sunday Address Dr R V nearer health Miss Nellie Hook of Hardlnsburg is Pierce Buffalo N Y the guest of her brother Col Green sold a lot of fat cattle last BEWLEYVILLE week at a hansome priee Oaoar Armstrong was a guest of Robert The way to beat Goebel is to vote for Ohamblisa Saturday evening Taylor Miss Li Hie Stone was a guest at Mrs The chills have attacked several per- Â¬ Davidsons Saturday night sons in our vicinity Sam Parson of Mcsvllle was a guest of Mrs Piggott entertained a company of Mrs Ohambllss Saturday night friends Wednesday I am bo glad to hear that Mrs Dewees Two molasses makers are at the service of Glendeane is so much better of farmers who grow sorghum Mr and Mrs Lank Fentress were the Mr and Mrs Alonzo Moorman made a guests of their daughter Sunday visit to Mr ChaaDrury Saturday Work on the new bridge near McGees Robert Jordan is making an efficient Ford 1b being pushed rapidly forward assistant to Geo P Paul in the shop Mr and Mrs Ollle Truman of Owens Miss Stella Paul has been yiBltlng Mrs boro are guests at Mr John Armstrongs E L Smith of Guston a week or more Mrs John Wallaoe was the guest of Misses Blanch Jolly and Lena Drury her nlotherMrs Taylor Burch8aturday are home again and that ia as we like it Beachamp and Eskridge have the lum- Â¬ best ber on the ground to erect a larger store Our school goes on serenely No one house displeased and we think we have a good Dave Fentress baby is no better Dra school Harris and Lynch are the attending phy-Â¬ A nice shower Sunday night makes sicians our hearts lighter and our prospects Mr Randolph Smith of Fordsyille brighter was the guest of Miss Maggie Burton W Thoe Cain who is teaching at Ray- Â¬ Sunday mond reports himself well pleased with Mrs Annie Parson and children of his work Mesville are expected to visit her moth- Â¬ Mr and Mrs Gilbert Kasey were up er this week in Meade county Sunday to see Mrs Mr John Armstrong of Tristler vis Kaseys parents ited relatives at Leitchfield and Short John Clarkson and wife and Mr Jim Creek last week Blanford and daughter of 111 are here Lee Storme and Miss Josie Tattle were visiting relatives quietly married at the home of the bride Miss Monnie Hunter went to Glen Sunday evening deane Friday evening to visit her mother Mr Jacob Cooper and wife of Fords and other friends ville were the guests of Mrs Cooper Mrs Lucy Richardson from Vine Rookvale last week Grove has been the guest of her brother Rev Stone of Oaneyville preached a Hon Ohas Blanford funeral at Union Chapel Sunday and was Miss Florence Cain and Morris Jolly the guest of Mrs Ohamblisa came over from Irvington Saturday to In the Beauchamp and Butler land visit their grandparents suit that was tried at Leitchfisld Satur Â¬ Those who haye the opportunity to day Mr Butler gained the case test the feeding qualities of cow peas and Mrs Ohambllss Mrs Merce Mrs ParÂ¬ soja beans find them valuable son ana children and David Ohamblisa were guests of Mrs W H Ohamblis Brave Men Fall Victims to stomach liyer and kidney Sunday Frank Wllkerson got his leg broken troubles as well as women and all feel the results in loss oi appetite poisons in last week while trying to drenoha sick the blood backaches nervousness bead horse It died and fell on himcrippling ache and tired listless run down ieel him severely ing But theres no need to feel like Tom Butler of Shreve returned from that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Louisville Saturday evening where he Ind He says Electric Bitters are just had been buying a large stook of fall and the thing for a man when he is all run winter goods down and dont oare whether he lives or Mrs Kitty Davidson Mrs Jennie Mor- Â¬ dies It did more to give me new gan Mrs Ei Thomas Davidson and chil- Â¬ strength and good appetite than any dren were guests st M W Stones one thing I oould take 1 can now eat any Â¬ day last week thing and have a new lease on life Many thanks for the items at Ruth Only 50 cents at Short Haynee Drug Station sent me from Louisville though Store Every bottle guaranteed they W6re sent incognito I received them just a day too late for last week BATTLETOWN Mr J T Jones baa completed his hand setae new store house at Ruth aad is Success to the Nkws now in oae of our largest Eastern cities The sweetest time of they ear sorgbam buying large a stook of general merchan Â¬ time dise Harry Barger is quite ill with typhoid Rev Overton the presiding elder Brothefever r-Miller pastor of the Falls of Rough Chas Bennett Is having ehille and ehureh Robert M Ohamblies steward fevers of the Falls of Roegh eburab attended Apples are beginning to rot ia this the Quarterly meeting at Falling Rook section obareh Saturday aad Sunday Ben Daily left for Qaruthersvllle Mo Qr Jones aad wife of Lafayette Ind last week are driving through to MIssobsI Tby Ohas and Frank Bennett went to Wei made sixty miles a day at first bat after reaching Kentucky thirty miles was a don Monday Miss Bffie Haynee was at Flat Soak a big days drive They were the guests of Miss LUlle Cooper over night as they part of last week passed through The Meade eensty eirenit eoart Is in session this week with a large dooket Cuttl SoW Miss Bllen Greer has aeeepted a Bigntwtl Thou position with Thompson k Son of this Mr W 0 Taal who formerly welded place In this eonnty bat who Is a resident of I am Interested In the items from Waynoka Oka ia renewing bis mb Kirk and OhenaaH Wake an corres Â¬ serlption to the Maws seye i nave pond eatet Jnet returned frarn Kansas City We George Thompson and Ben HJekman had a etoee stoavt as we were eeeh has a badly eat loot a remit of dittoed at Strong City or Oottoa Wood Falls Xan on ear way to this point Mm Lisaie Obtoea who has been quite The angles was wreaked doing pmoUe I had the pleaeare oi ill for some time is maeh Improved at ett aa slants vtsjtfag tM stock yards aad spent on writing this eneiw day viewing the eattle I saw Mis Ida Allen of Little Bend eegtthtaa thoaeend eattU sold which was tsaebing school She has been hav-fee tergesi lot I ever sew ia one drove Farmers out hare are doing well and all A erowd of yoaog folks were nienly seem to be prospering 1 inds the IsfeiBBBBnnnB oeption here at every lama Long litre Its religions moral and educational oolnm as How is the campaign In BreokenridgcT Its hot here Taylors name Is on the end of every toogae Goebel aad bis record are no longer the tople Mike J Faray a bustling sahsmsii formerly of Breokearidge oounty bss been In onr midst for two darstbe garni of Bev Haynee He had good sales hSre A large crowd attended the bones raising given by Henry Haynee neat Cold Hpriag Thursday An abnndant aad deiloiooa dinner was setted at his present retrideaee at Bat Ran A SMALL SPOT M MAY BE CANCER MOST shows no disposition to heal under ordin No one can tell how soon arj treatment Into Oanoer of the worst these lDDClDCn IT I rlnSI A5 wfll develop typo So many people die from Oanoer simply beÂ¬ they do not know jut what the disease taj CDC PI Vt NMrLEOi they naturally turn themselves over to the doctors MuiC Dill and are forced to submit to a cruel and dsmgerone operation the only treatment wbioh the dootors know for Canoer The disease promptly returns however and is even more violent and destructive than before Canoer Is a deadly poison in the Mood and an operation plaster or other external treatment oan have no effect whatever upon it The cure must some from within the last vestige of poison must be eradicated A Mr Wm Walpole of Walshtown 8 D saysr little blotch about the sUe of a pea ome under my left eye gradually growing larger from which shooting pains at intervals ran in all directions I became greatly alarmed and consulted n good doctor who pronounced ft Canoer and advised that it be out out but this I oould not con Â¬ sent to I read in my local paper of a oure effected by S S S and decided to try it It acted like a charm the Canoer becoming at first irritated and then discharging very freely This gradually grew less and then discon Â¬ tinued altogether leaving a small scab which soon drop- Â¬ ped off and now only a healthy little scar remains where what threatened to destroy my life once held full swsy1 Positively the only oure for Canoer is Swifts Specific ViOLHT CASES HAVE sr1 ll 0ar S S S FOR THE BLOOD because it iefthe only remedy which oan go deep enough to reach the root of the disease and force It out of the system permanently A surgical operation does not reaca the blood the real seat of the disease because the wood eon not be out away InsUt upon S S S nothing can take its place S S S cures also any case of Scrofula Eczema Rheumatism Contagious BloodfPoison Ulcers Sores or any other form of blood disease Valuable bookson Cancer and Blood Diseases will be mailed free to any address by Swift Specific Company Atlanta Georgia GLENDtANE Baseball next Saturday Considerable wheat sowing Eliza Moore was in town Suuday Miss Fannie Green is not teaohlng this fall Miss Alma Mattingly spent Friday at Hardinsbuig Mies Halite Moorman entered sohcol Monday morning Mr and Mn Johnson Deane go to Louisville this week Miss Amanda Deane is at home and has begun her all music olase Harry Stum and Mr Wilson of Jolly spent Sunday at Falls of Rough Mrs Dave Moorman and daughter Miss Mfiry were at the Falls Sunday Mlse Groves the daughter of the well known Pro Groves is from Fordsville Mrs Will Pemberton and son of Un- Â¬ ion Star are here visiting nt Mr Dave Will Dispose of Their Und The large field below the MeGrea p op erty which has recently been used as base ball grounds has been Barveyed and laid off into town lots As tb 8 tract ia within tbe olty limits the oily Will take steps toward Opening up streets both on the riyer and railroad side aa far down as the Short Line road This move will add much to the size of the town and the new lots will be desirable for residences The property is owned by the Breokenridge Co and is under tbe management of Mr H V Harris who will plaoe tho lots upon the market as soon as possible Maxwells Mies Monna Hunter came down from Bewleyvllle Friday night and remained Prospects Are Good Manager Harrison of the Ohio Vallf y Telephone Co at this point went to Hardlnsburg Friday with a view of es tablishing an exchange there He met with excellent encouragement and said he was sure of putting in the system t that place If he gets suffitrieat sab soribers all arrangements haye been made to have free service from here to Hardlnsburg Miss Ora Alexander left yesterday for ter Mrs Dave Moorman to accept a po- Â¬ Misses Ola Gaines and Ava Davidson sition as governess in a prominent family of Fordsville were guests of Miss Lizzie in one of Cincinnatis suburban towns Miss Alexander has shown her ability Fisher Saturday and Sunday Miss Olara DeJernett and Meesr Lata as a teaoher of children bavin had a Withers and Willie DeHaven were private school for little folks here two terms and will worthily fill the excel Â¬ guests at Squire Moormans Sunday lent position the has secured Tom Owen leaves for Owenaboro this morning Hes been here all summer Is popular and his leaving is regrettedby MAKHnST SCBPQRTg everybody Grain and Stook Prices For Sept 38 The best game in the conuty this year Cleveland is expected to occur between the MelHogs Yorkers and iqedlums 1 75 good tons of Louisville and the GUndeanes pig 4 aw 60 If Sheep abd LanibeMood to choice Iamb next Saturday 6 365 CO fair to Wood S4 8S06 10 good Mfss Fanny Groves who wilt have to choice wethers M 10 30 fair to good charge of the millinery department in mixed sheep M 7GSJ4 00 Good to uholoe dry fed steers Cattle Stums store is in Louisville this week fi 0OQ6 38 ralr to good butoher S4 80S buying a big stock of goods in her line 4 75 fair to good handy weight giew eteera 4 804 Off1 light graaejr ate This is Mission week at Long Lick 8 7S4JB4 30 good to choloe heifers 4 36 ehuroh and a good attendance will be 4 79 fair to good butcher cows S3 ijj bulla had from Glendeane The writer attend 8 75 fair toto obolce e 80BTas36OOQS 7a Calve Good beet Sunday and listened to two very able ted Chicago discourses by Father Drury Cattle Good to choice as 608 60 com I learn that my teacher friend W W moner grade 4 S0CE8 OS ttockti a aa Whelan down at MaUingly has reosnt Â¬ feeder t S 0004 BS boll cows8 and heifer 20Q4 aS tOJ6 86 Txm steer ly taken the examination for a State rangers Sft 3BiJS 10 CIt 4 60QT 50 4 1604 75 Hose Heary mixed lot He passed making the fine certificate 14 86Q4 76 light S4 86Q4 80 plga 3 80Q average of M This la an excellent re ss com 10 i 76 emit cord and Mr Whelan certainly shows Lamb Poor to beet cheep Sheep aad S 6000 80 western 8 atfi 40 lamb himself a progressive well qualified 4 8086 80 I teacher All sueeess to the meritorious Wheat No 3 red 790fra4e Oorn No 3 8414c Oats No 3 383380 Supt Drlakell is abroad ia the Und Plttebnrg coming suddenly unto the school houses OattIe Cholc 86 80Q8 00 prime 86 00 to the surprise of teacher and pupils 40 tidy botcher 85 75 good 80 How changed are the times sine my 84 8006 00 fair 3036 4 36Q4 SO balls tg and cow 88 O0Q4 00 fresh cow 880 000 first remembefsnee Everybody dreaded 60 00 0lT 87 007 76 the Superintendents visits then now IIog Medium and beet Yorker 14 88 everyone weleome them and wishes he 94 80 light Torker 84 764J4 80 heavy hot 84 704H 80 pig 84 S0Q4 70 eoald some ofteasr Mr Ddekell Is em Sheep and Lambs Choloe sheep 84 60D phasising the neglected mbaet of read 4 06 good 84 484 60 fair 84 0004 86 ing Hear him aad youll want to be a cnolce lamb 88 60Q6 76 oommou to good 88 6006 36 better reader Miss Ora Alexander Cincinnati She goes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ until Sunday atternoon Mr ane Mrs R P HarJaway of Bew- Â¬ leyvllle have been visltingtheir daugh Â¬ v- - Â¬ BafTelo The Hon John P Haswell RspnblU can nominee for the L tgielature spoke here last Friday to a well filled house of voters young people aad ladles The eat was good and Mr Haswell adÂ¬ dressed himself to an attentive audience for more than an beer He annoanoes himself ia favor of cheap school fcojkgj and explains his action on the Ohlnn Book Bill in the last legisla Â¬ im 14 608JS SO shipping 86 364J6 60 top 86 08QB 80 cows aad 84 0024 79 stocker helfen and feeder 7 6008 00 88 6004 SB Bege xorkam 84 764 86 mediants d 84 8604 90 pigs JV4M ft beep and Lemb Oood te ctutee tastba 86 6005 Ms fair to good 4f 7 and common M 7624 16 mixed ihssn 84 8ett4 so culls eud common 83 gosjg Oel choice yeertlng U 76Q6 00 Oettle Buteber 0lrs bW t jjb ture He explains the MoOord bill aad his record thereon He attacks the Democrats for the crea tion of new offices and getting control of the penitentiaries speaks of their extrav seanee and says that the Rpnbeas have given as an economical administraÂ¬ tion end collected taxes more equitably and Increased the school par eaplta He considers the Goebel election law tbe chief issue In the campaign pledges Â¬ Ugs Ostito 88 -8084 Steer New York bulla 14 70QS 00 60 S3 0OSJ4 00 ft osm aad 40 oow SOSJkt Oi oa OervVeU 86 QOj7 00 greasers 88 00 Sheep 88 0004 SO Sheep end Lamb enlle 88 00 lembe 4 13H06 76 Ctuuuan 66 lambs 86 gose 64 60 Wheel -- No g red 76Hc Oom Ne 1 8140 Ot Mo 3 a708Sc CloolaettU w a Mnrmy IMlWH i bad many pleasant weeds to say of ar pane lee ttsWfStft PMI W J B to Xfe MrUttasJjr I Past to Be W taker Haynee Thursday night Messrs Binary end Sweeney bare par obssed some one boundaries of Umber la this session reosntly The Maws meets with a weieoms re himself to every effort for its repeal if sleeted He ssys that it gives an un fair and dangerous to tbe party in control aad that the Republicans are not too good to use it unfairly hence it must be repealed Went to Brandenfiirg While he agrees with the Dioiucrita Mansfer Harrison of tht Ohio Valley ia nothing he handles them courteous Â¬ Telephone Co went to Brandenburg ly and is free from abuse and violent MoaJay to look after the company in Â¬ n terest at that plaoe Neither of bis opponents vea tevri 84yjet rlo a mliei tMfro Mr at peik mati 80 Beeeo Urd 60 16 Hogv SS 4604 06 0tlt f 7806 30 bee- p- 0004 00 Lam- b7806 88 438 WbeeWNe mixed S r4 70H Oot 4fo 8 pwr Boetoa Woo Ohio eVee X sud abor 80o XX and XX and above 81sa d mine 88088V No 1 oomblng SHtt8Hti No 3 combing 81083 80 wht S4c Ro OSii 0tNe OleveieMd No a a N ne Ooro8808340 mtud a mixed Bye Toledo as 17 n frm l0mMsre 4i