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V X T v f THE BRECKENRIDUB ALxLx YOJj NEWS 1899 THE NELWS THATS FIT TO PRINT NO 21 ADDITIONAL LOCAL tXIV OLOVERPOBT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 6 However the meeting takes as a whole wm oalettlated to throw some light oa the present mode of farming and by aa Interehange of ideas develop new plans for the eulture of many preduets Hardinsburg people did what they could for the entertainment of the strangers and will welcome them again at any time Thursday afternoon Mr Harrison of Washington city spoke upon the subjeot of good roads The Oourt house was filled with thebmt farmer of the county to hear Mr Harrison it having been previously announced that he would apeak of public road building in all of its phases To say that it was an entertaining talk would hardly be doing the man justice It was far more than that It was an In Â¬ structive discourse on the road question and it showed very clearly that Mr Har- Â¬ rison was thoronghly posted in every detail of road building He has travel- Â¬ ed through most every state in the union and inspected and built roads In nearly all of them It has been his study for over thirty years and it would be hard to find a man who has given the question bo much thought What Mr Harrisson said was thoroughly practical and he demonstrated beyond a doubt that it was much better and much cheaper in the end for people to build good roads than it was for them to put their money in the bands of inexperi- Â¬ enced men and have their roads built in any sort of a way Mr Harrison spoke o good roads in their relation to the social condition of a country but more particularly as they affected our natural resources and ma- Â¬ He spoke of the terial development social side only as it related to the de- Â¬ velopment of the people He said that good roads were a means of education to our people from the fact that they en Â¬ abled the country children to attend the schools in fall seasonsjof the year Peo- Â¬ ple would ride ten miles to church over a good road when if they remained in the condition he found many of them in this state they would stay at home and not go out only when they were com- Â¬ pelled to He said in some of the eastern states where they bad spent thousands of dol Â¬ lars on the roads he found this to be tree In some of the states where they bad built roads by the beet means at band ft wae a delight to travel over them He said he could not contrast them to some he bad seen since he had been in this state He hoped that it wonld not always remain so with us and he didnt believe it would He felt that our peo- Â¬ ple were becoming more interested in this question and that they were wak Â¬ ing up to its importance It was an interesting study to follow Mr Harrison through all the phases of He showed very the road question clearly that here we had hardly made a beginning He took up the subjeot from J the very beginning of the advanced thought along the line of practical and He went back uniform road building to the origin of railroads and showed how from a simple and modern contri- Â¬ vance constructed in the start the rail Â¬ roads had now become the great thor- Â¬ oughfares of the nation He said a rail- Â¬ road was only a good road at last and that if there had been no improvement on it since the first one was built in the mining districts in England many years ago it would be a very poor thing for carrying the produce of the country But men had studied the system and that it was not only now the most rapid means of transporting the products of the country but it was a certainty that they could tell the cost per hundred of moving every ton of freight in this country The trouble with the average farmer tn this country was that he never took the time to estimate what it cost bim to carry his products to market overbad roads that when be began to study it from that standpoint then he would see the importance of better roads The speaker went on to show what a good road would cost They can be built now much cheaper than in former years because of machinery for crush- Â¬ ing the stone But said he they cant be built at the rate per mile like some I see here in Breckenridge county A good road costs the people something because they require the skill of a prac- Â¬ But you can have them tical engineer like you have everything else when you make up- - your mind to that sad and broom more interested la the matter thin yon are today foundation The surfacs on wbieh tbe road material is to be laid should 11 ret be mvle solid by rolling and beating This foroes the water off and the road would remain in a good condition He thought a pretty fair road could be made bv proper drainage but to be lasting and durable it should also be macadamised The stone when crushed to the proper size would in time form a solid mass and serve as a cayeilng wlitoh would last many years it wasadsAppointment to many in Â¬ terested in good roada here that there were i ot more of our leading men to hear Mr Harrison on this question We were quite fortunate in having him be- Â¬ cause he is the beet informed road build- Â¬ er in this county If we oould follow him in carrying out a fraction ot his sug Â¬ gestions as to the manner of public road building our roads could be wonderful- Â¬ ly improved Mr Wilburn Gregory aad aunt Mhs Carrie Graham spent Bertri days let week in Louisville the guests ot his par Â¬ ents Mr and Mrs J D Gregory Mr LinuVey Graham relurnt ii Sunday from Louisville wlinre ht ha ben vis- Â¬ iting relatives and friendp Mts Wm Ruhard and aisUr Mlfl Flora Smith oi CHnnelton and Mr Wm Smith of Louisville were the gueatsof Mr and Mir Ulrica Far be r Monday H V Harris went to Hawesville yes terday John P Haswell Jr of Hawetvillf attended tbe Council meeting Monday night in the interest of the temperance cause Attorney Morris Esk ridge of Hardinsburg was in town Monday on legal busi ness The local option election will lake place Tuesday Dec 10th The election comes off Tuesday Dec 10th Â¬ Â¬ V FARMERS ARE HIGHLY ENTER- TAINED AT HARDINSBURG Royal rAmsoiJuiEvt Pure MYU MMM MWM SO Mkino Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome MWVIMft Good Roads and Improved Me Â¬ thods of Farming Discussed MR HARRISON ON GOOD ROADS Photo buttons and novelties in pic-Â¬ W H Bowmer spent yesterday in tures at Knights Louisville Before starting to live through another Dr Bull8Confln Syrup FursliriM Mart century go to Knights and have your picture made Entire new stock of holiday goods will be shown at Sulzers You must not fail to visit Sulzera during tbe holidays Holiday goods at Sulsers Sulzer will have the largest line of Holiday goods ever brought to Clover port No fake Sulzers will have the Xmas goods this year Babies are babies only once in a life- Â¬ time and deserve having a picture taken just the same as big folks Knights is the place Miss Elizabeth Bowmer is visiting Mrs J G Stephens at Addison Miss Alllene Murray has returned from a pleasant visit at the Falls of Rough and Hardinsburg John G Mattlngly and wife of Ray- Â¬ mond returned home this morning after a short visit with their daughter Mrs S Wilson Miss Belle Bruce Boyd returned Mon- Â¬ day from an extended visit to her aunt Mrs Frank Boyd at Owensboro Alf Taylor and John Cook of Ouster Thos J Triplett of Bewleyville and W J Piggott of Irxington went to Louis- Â¬ ville Monday Mrs George Short was the guest of Mrs Charley Robertson two days last week Wick Moorman is putting up tobacco ubHantlal aoafort and relief to coaiumptlrei It worki moil remarkable ewes Dont deipalr Relief eas certainly be had a cars li ponlble with this wonderful remedy ADDITIONAL EDITORIAL We are in accord with the Hon John W Daniels Senator from Virginia who savs Everybody declares be is against trusts Everything that life needs for support edification or adornment is un- Â¬ der a trnst As to what to do with trusts I am free to say I do not know But I am trying to find out Bomb one has truly said This is the age of criticism Why Because we doubt everything politics people and principles the Bible and the Church ourselves and each other Drummond said that the way to win a man is to be- Â¬ lieve in him There is more honest salvation in enconraging man for the good he has done than for condemning him for his wrongdoing If we could firmly believe in the sincerity of our friends the enduring love of those hearts most dear to us in God and the souls immortality and the wide possibilities of living life would be full of satisfying Hardinsburo Ky Dee 4 10Q The Farmeras Institute met here last Wed needay and Thursday with a fair attend acce President P W Foote presided and Andrew Drlskell acted as Seeretery celled to order on The Meeting WedRneday afternoon DeYoMooal exeroiaes were conducted by the Stev F M Petty Mrs Withers with an able corps of assistants famished music for the occasion covering An interesting program many subjects relating to farm culture were awanged and discussed Praetdent Foote was unceasing in his efforts to gat the farmers interested in the meeting and the various subjects open for discussion While the meeting was something new to our farmers there was a goodly num Â¬ ber of them present anxious to learn all they could E 8 Ogiesby of Glover port Ool John L Henry of Meade county and Mr Nowlin of Indiana were the principal speakers Subjects relating to wheat culure soil building and the care of farm products n the main were taken up Those who had made firming a life study ware u Terrible Accident at Fordsvllle Fordsvillk Ky Dec 1 Squire West d son of Hiram West the met a horrible death bore tonight Young West attempted to jump upon a moving Illinois Central train He miss ed his footing and fell under the train All the back part of bis head was cut off by the wheels of the train and the left arm was sovered near the wrist Death was instantaneous and the whole town was shocked by the awful fate of the fourteen-year-olÂ¬ Road the advertisement of the Fair and take advantage of tbe rare bargains they are offering It 1b the fashion now to purhase servlcealle articles for holi- Â¬ day gifts and this establishment stands iu the front rank boy Owensboro Messenger hia crop of red tobacco 3600 pounds for 0 50 4 and 1 V 0 Pate sold his 1150 pounds for G 3 and 1 Ernest Pate sold his 2500 pounds for 0 3 and 1 Sold to Win Hensley F Pate baa sold to Wm Hensley 0 If you are fading under the weakening I longer experiment with useless or dan gerouB drugs but try influence of female troubles do not CASTOR I A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bradfields Female Regulator there and thought they knew the system in every detail bnt giving such information to the public had not been a custom with them and therefore when they took the floor they were naturally em- Â¬ Bears the Signature of iS fo It will regulate the menses perfectly and oure Falling of the Womb Leucorrhosa Headache Backache and Nervousness It is a harmless vegetable remedy which the menstrual organs in perfect atGlendeane ealth stops drains and pains and over- Â¬ Miss Minnie Murray of Hardinsburg comes weakness Is tbe guest of Miss Bessie Hambleton Sold at druff store for 1 a bottle THE BKADFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta 6a at the Fisher Homestead portions and doubt and criticism would be crowded out Humanity in general is kind hearted men are not all scoun- Â¬ drels husbands are very often loyal women whose love is pure gold are many and frequently our own souls abound in noble impulses This world s a grand old world after all Let us be- Â¬ lieve in it and enjoy it v- i LAST BUGLE CALL Only 15 FOR BARGAIN DRIVERS BOOTS SHOES and LADIES WRAPS at Entire Stock to be Closed Out Before Moving DAYS left in which to dispose of our large stock Dont make life of DRY GOODS CLOTHING half price a regret by neglecting to come A better grade 120 Extra Heavy seamless back top sole worth from 150 to 175 our price 125 to 145 Mens Fine Shoes 125 A better grade worth from 165 to 176 our price 185 Extra Fine Sunday Shoes coin or square toe worth 250 to 800 will go now at 200 to 226 A good heavy Brogan 98 conts DRY GOODS Light aad Fancy Oalico 4o per yard Indigo Blue Silver Gray and Simpsons Black worth 5 MENS SHOES Li our price 4 l 2o Fancy Duck 9 l 2oper yard Gingham all colore and beet grade 5 cents per yard Percale black light and pink worth from 10 to 12 l 2o our price 7 and 7 l 2o Ladies Cprseta 25o to 49c Anice lot of Outing Oloth from Bo to do per yard actual value 10c and 12 3 2o Cotton Elannel worth from 60 to 15o per yard our price 5o to 13a A btglot of nice flannels Blue Red Gray and White worth from 80c to 40c our price 20o to 80c per yard Double width Worsted Plaid and Brocade all colors worth from 15a to 96o per yard our pries 12 l 2c and 16e Double width 86 in Black Cashmere worth 860 per yard our price 26c Extra Tins all ool Black aad Bins Black Henrietta 86in wide worth 60o to 70s per yard our price 00c HoosUr oottoo 4 1 flc psr yajd Mieoh eotton from 0 up A bag lot of Shirting worth from Sets 10c our price 4o to 7 l8jptr jjpawU worth from 15c to Sib our pries 10c to Joans B H l 2o Two hundred pair of blankets of good quality to bo closed BLANKETS BLANKETS BLANKETS Mens Fall and Winter Suits size from 35 to 42 Black Gray and Brown worth from 700 to 800 our price 1500 Black Clay Worsted Suits 500 actual value 7s0 Bettor CLOTHING The largest stook that has ever been brought to this town will Bell them from 125 on up Mens Hats 45o A better grade 76c Extra fine Sun- Â¬ day Hats worth from 125 to 226 our prioe now 100 to 150 n Mens and Boys Caps from 20 cents up MENS AND BOYS out A better grade worth 135 our price 90c Extra Heavy Blankets White Gray or Brown worth from 150 to 200 will be dosed out at 130 Comforts all sizes and grades will be sold at the lowest prices grade of Clay Worsted 850 actual value 1200 A big lot of Cashmere Suits custom made all sizes and colors guaranteed perfect fit and wear worth from 10 to 1500 our price 850 to 1000 Overcoats All sizes Black or Brown will sell them at lowest piices Mcintosh Overcoats 150 GENTS FURNISHING GOODS 80c Mir feS TIL QfcWhlos Tabls r ywd two hundred yards in the spools Westerly TblMd feU 10 WSB All wool 0 SmHSM9BsMCM WSf PSejSS k yant 8 UadtwJdr tttosi Tsins 100 our pries 60s Mens Surpenders 10o onup Veilings Brown sad Mack all silk 25c per yard A big lot of Fascinators all colors worth from 40c to 76 oar ptioe 26o on ap iS Sunday Shirts 40c A better grade of peroal worth from 6O0 to 70c our prioe 60c A big lot of oolored stiff bosom Shirts aotual value 75o our prioe 60c White Laundried Shirts worth from 60c to 75o and 100 our prios now 40c 6O0 and 750 A big let of Msns Socks Gray Black or Tan will be closed out at 6c per pair aotual value 10c A batter grade for lOo Extra Tins Lisle Thread black blue or mixsd colors will be dosed out ailoc aotual valus Me All wool sookg 20o per pair Mens Linen Collars steading or lay down 10c each OoftSOo A big lot of Undershirts worth 80s will doss them out at aOc A better grade worth from 80s to 40o will be dosed out at S50 sod 860 Extra ins grades of fleeced lined Shirts and Drawers worth from 100 to 160 per suit our prios now 7eo up te Sugar 171bs for 100 Coffee Leverings or XXXX 10c a package Good Green Coffee worth 12 l 2c a pound our price 10c or 11 pounds for 100 Good Smoked Baoon 7 l 2o per pound Mustard Sardines 80 per box Bon Bon Baking Powder 4o a can Old Honesty Concentrated Lye 50 a can Elastic Starch 5o a box Extracts Lemon and Vanilla 5c a bottle A big box of Matches for 5o A good Molasses Stand for 10c Gold Dust Washing Powdsr 4o a box Catnip 6c a bottle Good Rice 8c lb Other giooeries in proportion GROCERIES Youths Suits Clay Worsted or Black Cheviots contain Â¬ ing three pieces coat vest and pants all of this for 300 actual value 500 A better grade of Black or Navy Blue worth 16 to 7 and 18 our price 5 to f 650 Childrens Suits All sizes and colors will be closed out at bargain prices Childrens Knee Pants I50 up 950 on up Mens Duck Coats LINENS Red Table Oloth 52 in wide worth 250 per yard our price 17 0 Better grades 56 in wide worth from 80c to 40c our prioe 250 per yard Bleached and Uubleeched Linen 56 in wide worth 40c our price 250 to 28o per yard Toweling 4 l 2o per yard Good Unbleeohed Linen 7 l 2o A better grade full Bleedied Linen worth I50 our priee 10c per yard LADIES HOSIE RY each 100 r r Lames DongoU Tip polish worth 126 our prioe 96o A better grade worth 1 66 oar prios 1 25 t9J0sd 9800 shoos will be closed oat at 200 and 260 Children shoos from 2jo up SHOES SHOES Hens Every day Top Shirts 860 SOoto 96o Prioe extra actual value 6O0 heavy Fleeoed llned Jersey Shirts worth from 60c to 6O0 our prios 450 Twenty five dostn Sweaters all colors will be dosed oat at bargain prices Nice Blade Hose 50 a pair A better grade lOo a pair Fleeoc lincd Hose 16c and 20o actual value 250 and 8ic All wool Gray Hose 96o A better gtads ofblack cashmere worth from 860 to 50c our prios 80c to 86c a pair Ladies Vests 16c A better grade tape around neck 80e Good heavy fieeosd Vests lined with dlk tape around the nook and down the front worth 860 our pries 23s Extra fins grade worth from 5O0 to 0o our prioe 40c each Goad Jeans All wool Lined Pants worth 185 our price 9e A better grade worth lljO our prioe 125 Extra Heavy Pants 17s our prios 140 Good Niee Sunday Pants 100 A better grade 125 All wool Cashmeres or day Worsted Pants are worth 8 to 400 our priee IBig to ItTj RANTS tT H BAKER BROS Hardinsbur g Ky tznriwm CURRENT TOPICS BY MKS HATTIB ORINNBLL Md a nade If everyone allowed reason to The JLaatrallaa ballet ie a delation The ereetie lawa are w ooea have full play much pnjndice would plicated the peepta will Imto bow abelde bat too often reaeott is strangled and prejudice takes full possession an til to carry them oat How much it warps the judgment 0 Preeldent Kruaer to nuking goed hie pain aad sorrow and trials would be promiM We recollect he said at the be avoided eould we rid oar breast of every glnnlBgoi the Boer ooafilot that if the particle of prejudice politically socially republic must belong to England a prioe and religiously 0 should be paid to aiagger humaalty Of coarse we all think the British will Perry Belmont has declared for munic Â¬ win in the end but these early eueeeeeee ipal ownership oi railways gw water of the Boera aad their splendid fighttsg electric light telephones and other pubqualities make us predict a far longer lic agencies Mr Belmont is the millionand bloodier war than the oauees at first aire leader oi society People who have seemed to warrant been advocating tluse reforms such soci 0ety termed oranks etc once upon a We who have laughed until we cried time We note some radical conversions over Pecks Bad Boy will be glad to to what was once termed anarchy get hold of the authors new book a Can it be possible that bv 1600 say all seqael Pecks Uncle Ike and the Red of these institutions mentioned will or Many people believe may voluntarily eurrei der themselves to Headed Boy that to the popularity of Pecks Bad the government la public ownership Boy Governor Peck owed his Buccea in of all public utilities a legitimate Irene politics It certainly made him widely Will it become an eligible consideration known and we have yearned for another by our political parties in the future in the Bame vein from the same pen These are questions we may ponder -- O At a meeting held in Chicago recently Speaker Henderson Is a believer in by the poet masters and postal employees the old time school debating society some most interesting bits of informa This is natural in suob a man as Ool tion were given A strong sentiment mn hw Â¬ Â¬ - 1RVINQTON tha haarta ol teen now as mash as in the past Tha choid of Dtylna power la Held treat leet week not lost LUa cn only Impart life and wa matt foal the power of tha inward Miss Ada 8mltb still protracts her apirltaaU and bring Christ if wa would visit to friends at Webster enjoy hartMt religion Mot what in Barrel Board from Owenaboro came ap said of Christ bnt Christ Himself moat and spent iFrlday with bieoKI friend take posaeeah n of w Row many of as Boo Jolly are so poesaiaud Boar manv I know Kannie Lot aad Morris Jolly made a are bat how many of na fall short of tha flying trip to Bardinsbnig Batttrdas standard I have come to tha oonolaslon m my reading and by observation that They had a delightful trip Mr and Mrs J T Lewis went to Glee tha vary reason there is so much cold Â¬ dean to the wadding returning Friday Â¬ ness aad Indifference in oar oburehes to day Is becauee so many of na pretend to evening Brother Lewis officiated believe a good deal mora than we really Mrs Mlntera new house la Hearing do leaving out the oentral thought of completion and will be qnitaia pleasing We do not addition to our fast growing town being possessed by Christ diebt lUve but do we believe with that Richard Harndon the genial young positive laith a real personal conviction olerk in Jollv and Cains store made a even some of the simplest and most vital flying trip to Hardlusburg Sunday truths of the religion we profess If we Bight did 1 have also come to the conclusion The committee has at last located a that the ohurohes would not have one site for the new parsonage Get out old disinterested member No wonder your pocket books and be ready to help our professions have so little relation to a good cause when the committee oalls our lves aud our Christianity to our upon you What we disbelieve dors characters Go to Jolly and Cains and see their not affect us but what we believe does floe lot of Christmas toys and presents The world wants more reality in religion children will enjoy a peep of Santas that I believe is the chief htndranse The treasures Take them and make their We all to the spread of the Gospel need to have more real personal hand-to-ha- I am still selling BANK OF X DRUGS I make MEDICINES RAJELDnrSBTTRG B F BEARD FraaMajit WILL MILLKB YioFnaNaat M H BEARD Oaai lr AT POPULAR PRICES Q W the price my competitors trj to meet them you can be con vinced of this by buying all your Â¬ DIRB0TOR8 M0RRI8 E8KRIDGK J R H JOLLY INTEHIVT PAIO BEARD tN TUNC KrOMTS T D Renftoi Drugs c from me try to follow I lead others DENTIST Crown and Bridge Work A SPECIALTY R P THE UP-TO-DA- TE HIGGINS GROOER OFF1GK OVER Heston Willis Cos New Store OLOVBJRPORT KY was expressed by them for government ownership of the telegraph system and the establishment of postal savings banks Myl but the magnitude of this postal service is almost beyond unde- Â¬ 0 rstandingand how it grows It is more There are men and women for whom than double the United States army and faith hope and charity forever abide nayy to day This postal force is a mag Â¬ and to day as in the past Judeas news nificent army in itself How splendidly are still glad tiding There are women conducted it is in our own United States who bear their own sorrow of life by How By responsible men behind the soothing the sorrows of others Many to guns and we are proud of them whom the experiences of life have taught 0a brave lesson prove it by their walk The preliminary report of the Philip Â¬ They understand the Ten Commandments and the Golden Rule and they pine Commission signed by President know and they love and tbey practice Schurman Admiral Dewey Professor the great virtues which thn apostles tell Worcester and Colonel Denby and in- Â¬ dorsed by General Otis is considered bv us are to abide What more both the expansion and anti expansion -- 0 press to be the strongest indorsement Some interesting experiments of wire- Â¬ the Administration policy in the far less telephony are still going on Poles East has yet received The public seems have been erected and between them to have great confidence in the Commie Â¬ the Professor has succeeded in transmitting the sound of a succession of taps sioners Admiral Dewey says he indorses every word of the report He says too which were made with a view one im Â¬ that there has never been a moment agines of sending messages by the Morse since the first gun was firtd that the Tbey can be heard by a special method United States could have withdrawn telephone to the ear To a man up a from the islands and he thinks perma- Â¬ tree it Is not telephony at all but a sys tem of telegraphy in which a telephone nent American control is essential Admiral Dewey never entered Into any is used as a receiver So come again alliance with Aguinaldo nor did he ever 0make any promise to him of indepen- Â¬ We hear think talk and pray a great dence at any time We should r memHow about deal oyer a souls salvation a States salvation Does not a Stae need ber that the Filipinos in their rebellion against Spanish rule were not fighting it as much for the sake of souls in that for independence but for reforms in State Just at present a fine theme for Spanish administration When our war discussion is a States salvation an ar- Â¬ began with Spain there was no insurrec Â¬ gument that might benefit the growing tion in those island As much as exmen to make them higher nobler bet- Â¬ pansionists or anti expansionists may deter purer than their present generation plore war the one in which we are now Let us stand for purity honesty and ed- Â¬ engaged was unavoidable by us No ucation as well as for temperance matter what the future of the Philippines he National Committee meets in may be there has been but one course Washington next month Alreadymany for us the prosecution of the war until of our cities are bidding for the next Re the insurgents are reduced to submission publican National convention The Since the day Admiral Dewey destroyed Quaker Oity hasnt been in the contest the Spanish squadron until to day there since 1872 when Gen Grant was nomi been no time when we could have with Â¬ nated the second time She is manipu drawn our troops with honor to ourselves lating all her wires for 1000 Some or with safety to the inhabitants In- Â¬ members consider Kentucky a splendid surgent rule everywhere established has fighting ground for the next campaign been as bad if not worse than Spanish and suggest Louisville Please Mr misrule The archipelago Is occupied by Chairman or Committeeman or who a large number of tribes differing widely lever you may be give us a rest Wait among themselves in language and cusThis gubernatorial fight may not be toms and as we know often hostile to one another I haye read both sides of landed by 1900 u this question closely from the very first One sign of the artistic proclivities of and I believe with others that should Imee may be noticed in the beautiful our power by any fatality be withdrawn frees that certain booksellers are giving the government of the Philippines some of the popular novels of the would speedily lapse into anarchy lay A friend who is gathering books Only through American occupation Ib the holiday season as gifts writes me there salvation Then a free he finds many of the popular books and united Philippine common- Â¬ i be gotten In twelve or more different wealth may be thought of Mr Bryan styles of half calf polished morocco Mr Sohutz Mr Qockran M Atkinson id levant He Bays that Gov Rooee Mr Cleveland and Mr Carlisle and all ts Rough Riders is one of them the rest of the antiee attaok the char rhile the works ot Kipling and George Meter and truthfulntas of George Dewey Slfot are shown in thirty five diff reiit whan t hey give oontrary views or else Ityles from cloth half oalf half moroc- - they have been deceived and should be and half levant to full crushed lavant men enough to acknowledge it We designs are in demand this have read and re read for months of tl e Lutuuin Administrations perfidy in its dealings 0 with Aguinaldo broksn alllanc- I notice one thing about Hawaii that Ue broken promise of Independene- the islands are annextd Americans are Sh and so on We have Adm ral lot flocking there in large numbers as Doweys word for it No alliance uo expected Instead foreigners are promise of independence was made ipying the best lands The soil is He was there and happens to know i fruit and vegetables grow with lux Who knows more about the matter lance corn makes excellent orops and George Dewey or anti Imperialist j ere with a good road one can slrep flDjutere aud ink splashers Who rery night in theeold belt and gdown advloe shall we follow Dont you to the morning to the warmer belt The g tit our II tg will slay in the BahI rofita ol agiiculture In that section The commissions do not roomra lould surprise farmers U America the annexation of the Islands It Fhtle the American fltg is waviitr generally conceded that the goiuium tare and while we are shouting that the HltpuiNwu uy um i HMHilttBl Wat a i r lands must be Amerieanlid men of one aud son partisan Admiral Dher nationalities are pwooaupying the there from the first and what I We folks on this side of Old Ocean save should be doae and should nd iuv y a peculiar people if we ar not as great weight with the Administration Jews Gods chosen people Mis I am so strong an expansionist that I pijarieeara being sent to all foreign dont ear if yon do eall ne an Iiupi slops all light We want free altst to worship God Ohooee eaeh etui 0 tuooMlf after hearing the gospel Tlis Oetiiolle Mission servioM ware at O UwUd by all denominations The beet search for some authority which will of faellag and only brotherly love exist ua irora me exerewe ot our own hare just as it should do evi ty where mn aod ooMeienos is a search for the J sua said By this shall all muu know IpoMibie In polities in social affairs that yfl are my dlealplea if y lova one Did you ever think in religion we meet and will exer- - another have reaaou nod oar very own eoDeeleaet bean reading the Bible closely thia waek r all alow to Mt as abeo- - that all of Christs bleetlnea warn pro Prejudice meet have bo nonnaed la nearly every instanas upon tribunal Qbrietiaaa bMt and yet thoat whose aft otlona were right The la lIi a ripoH and grT to fall fruition mim iu heart the naaoamakar tha maalr Kiud amities are set aeide mm too those who uaojrar end thirst altar rlgbt- The spirit of God is abroad in u a wise aiaaaaru mummimmmtn is aouaneai Henderson who possesses much ability as a public speaker and a debater His pre decessor Caar Reed was a strong pre Â¬ siding officer because of his skill in debate - Â¬ hearts glad Sam Herndon was at church Sunday intellectual encounters with the problem of true religion Suppose the and showed by bis bright face how truly members of the same church may hold thankful be is to be able to be out and to some slight difference of opinion it is among bis friends onoe more and his no m- - nace to the church so long as the friends are truy glad to see him out self same spirit worketh in all I am again after such long and serious illness sure even tho apostles themselves did as he had Even on so vital a question as the resMr aud Mrs Bat Herndon request urrection of Christ they disagreed at me to extend their thanks and apprecia- Â¬ first Thomas openly declared his un tion to the host of relative arri friendfl belief and uo harm was done their church for favors and kindness Bhoun in their Death from stag tatlou would oouie if we hours of trial ana troubl and they want bad no dissenting opinions Surey all to feel that they have an individual none of us can claim that we possess al place in their hearts and prayers Truly truth and that there are no larger deep-Â¬ the gift of perfect love Ib exemplified in er views for each of us to receive How the sympathy and feeling shown them is it to be done unless we are to confess in their trouble and we know their depth of appreciation that Our little systems have their day The protracted meeting of tworweeks They have their day aud cease to be duration at the Baptist church ha They are but broken lights of Tuee closed There were thirteen additions And Thou OLord art more than they to the church and much interest wa9 manifested and we hope lasting gcod has Brave Men Fall Victims to stomach liyer and kidney been accomplished from this series of Mr McFaMand assisted troubles as well as wojaen and all feel meetings results in loss ol appetite poisons in Brother Lewis aud he lal o ed hard and the the blood backache nervousness head earnestly for this success He made many friends and there will be a recep- Â¬ ache and tired listless run down Seeling But theres no need to feel like tion for him when he comes again as he that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville promised to do perhaps in the near fut- Â¬ Ind He says Electric Bitters are just ure the thing for a man when he is all run My son has been troubled for years down and dont care whether he lives or with chronic diarrhoea Sometime ago dies It did more to give me new I persuaded him to take some of Cham- Â¬ strength and good appetite than any- Â¬ berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea thing I could take I can 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tourists for inspection Thus the two little lords may hold high carnival without fear of public intrusion and snapshooterp On other days they are wheeled about where their nurses will within the 360 acres of private grounds which are walled off from Blenheim It Ib the deep seated obstinate cases of Catarrh and Rheumatism that B B B Botanic Blood Balmcuree It mat- Â¬ ters not what other treatment doctors sprays limments medicated air blood purifiers have failed to do B B B al- Â¬ ways promptly reaches the real cause and roots out and drives from the bones joints mucous membrane and entire system the specific poison in the blood that causes Rheumatism and Catarrh B B B is the only remedy strong enough to do this and cure so there can never be a return of the symptoms Dont give up hope but try B B B Botanic Blood Balm or 3 Bs Large bottles 1 six bottles full treatment 5 at drug stores B B B is an honest reme edytbat makes real cures of all Blood Diseases after everything else fails We 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UfliM vmWzW99 mmmw mm TT aU 8ft im m ROESlttK A f rem thr Ino iejevejf If Lw CO fRlef III taw la ae Wm gronsd whereon fne Boer left while the mounted men attack ed the ridge adjoining it Theplaa was to divide the Boar strength yet keep the assailing parties la cloaa toaeh The move was made ia broad daylight Like some of the bloodthirsty warriors of IMt the Brltleh cavalry feared that tbe war would end before they got ia a ftrring Zulus as Weil as Brit blow and gave rein to their steeds far ontatrippiag their infantry support on expound out What aboard have been expected hap Th Boer riflemen stood off the - cnvnlry with mm and ia continuous line let thetnaelrea iooee upon tbe Brit temarkaato VUtery Over Svftge ish Infantry Colonel Deaae aad hie staff rode at the front of the Infantry Plfey Yaw Ago aad rnahed ahead with the column Jaet hi though tbe cavalry supports were iatHCt on his flank In spite of the gall lag tire from the hill tbe troops gained lit Lexington and Yorktown the crest and it became a battle with man against man The British used of Their Rttvolutiuiis their bayonets but the Boers didnt in 1881 shrink from cold steel They actually nOKUR CAPTURX THE BRITISH FU8 rushed into the British mass as did few old soldiers of the Eighty fifth regiLord Scarletts heavies among the Rus ment With these the general and his sians at Balaklava and 40 of the stal mnde a stand at the highest wart fellows they were all six footers tMn BRITISH DEFEATS were killed within the lines A party officers But every man who showed himridge of thcui charged forward and captured self was punctured instantly and those the British flag killing every one of the who tried to run were dogged down the slope by nimble Boers banging or guard with their rifle bayoneta whacking with rifle barrel or breach rCiipvrlpM 1IW by Q L Kllmtr Colonel Deane was killed on the crest NGLANDS wa and eeveial other officers with about Finally the Britons gave it up General ry foe iu Sonth 300 men fell This epded the battle of Colley was shot dead in his tracks A Africa baa a past Laingsnek for the British retreated to few redcoats were captured and 228 fell in the slaughter With the British angnrs their old position which still on the outside of their Transvaal well for latter day styles of Twelve days after Laingsnek the the Boers insisted upon and secured fighting The British were again whipped in an en that independence they now strive to Boers won their counter of a kind likely to be repeated maintain While in no sense a warring homes and won in thiH war TheBritish secondary base people the Boers are the best fighters today They peace and deIs In NntaL a long distance from the among civilized nations fended them too Being an alert hardy resemble the early borderers of America Transvaal border from the warlike rtce or Horsemen tne aoers can rje aa in their traditions their simplicity and a h v a k e tribes troublesome in forays as the Cossacks love of freedom At a call to arms they cartridge belts shoulder them nround of the Russian steppes and from the Btrap on their and these savage time that the enemy approached their their rifles and hurry to the combat enemies were not border his column was harassed by Being bred to outdoor life in all weathalone warlike rough riding bands of armed Boers To er they require no period of discipline they were train- - guard against this General Oolley set to fit them for the hardships of the d and disciplined warriors out with 0U0 soldiers to patrol the line campaign In courage and celerity of movement All the world knows how ill it has back toward his base The column ared with the English again and again started in broad daylight and was the Boers rival the Cossacks of Russia vben a handfnl of soldiers got canght scarcely in position at tho crossing of and the cowboys of the plains But unlike the cowboys and Cossacks they are n a tight place by swurlns of Zulns the Ingogo river when the Boers attackebur own soldiers on tho plains liavo d- vigorously on nil sides Darkness serious minded dpvotort to home and family to sternness of principle and bet With disasters of the kind without ended the battle and the British re to ideal political liberty timber In view of the fates of white treated leaving dead and wounded beUnless Boer valor has sadly degener expeditions so often chronicled it is hind to the number of 150 As at harvelous to read how less than 600 Laingsnek the killed in tho British ated and there is no reason to suppose jtoers not only resisted bnt defeated ranks numbered about as many as the that it has there is a grim significance jnd routed 10000 or 12000 Znlus tinwounded for the Boer rifleman shoots in Oom Pauls ultimatum to the civilized world that we must now make ier the great chieftain Dingaan This to kill tar in 1838 began with the nsnnl Even the British acknowledge in this South Africa free or the white mans food promises on the part of the savages war that the Boer marksmanship is grave nud if the republics must belong to England the price will stagger ollowed by treachery and slaughter A deadly The casualties prove it Since the Jameson raid humanity tarty of Boers who went into the Zulu Even after Laingsnek and Ingogo the Transvaal government has been lamp to deliver the price of a negotia river there might have been peace in preparing for battle The home soil is Son for territory in the Transvaal were in a condition of defense both by prohasaacred and then the Zulus raided the Transvaal without Boer independ ence but for tbe impetuosity and bad vision of nature and the aid of science he country they had sold While the Boers are undisciplined in a After slaughtering hundreds of lone faith of General Colley and the inevitay immigrants the Zulus uttucked the ble accident which turn the tide in military sense they are of the stamp of vagon laager of the Boers in which war General Colley sent word to the men who obey leaders recover quickly vere 400 fighting men As usual the Boers that England would appoint a from surprise and know no defeat Gborok L Kilmer ulus were without fear and dashed commissioner to redress the grievances j ip to the wagons trying to jierce the complained of giving 48 hours for the Hoarseness leeds on to serious irrita- Â¬ ixhide covers with their spears With return of an acceptance to bis head tion of the throat and may end in a quarters President Krnger was not in iflee loaded during the battle by worn camp to act upon the message but the racking gaping cough Dr BhIIs m and children the Boers stood off the will quickly clear the throat avagea for hours Finally 300 Boers spirit of the people was for peace and and leave the voice clear and emooh horseback slipped out of the laager the chief men relaxed their vigilance in Now while the Boor right rested It is an infallible remedy for cough and md circled around the enemy soine vhat in the savage fashion but more theoretically npon Majuba Hill the colds and al disorders of the throat and wiftly The result was a complete rout height was not occupied in force It lungs if Dingaans hordes with a loss of commanded the Boer position and Gen 1000 dead on the field Then there was eral Colley took advantage of the state How Sir Arthur Sullivan Ciime to of semi truce to throw a column on the Write That Fhiuoum Melody leaee from the Zulus in the Transvaal Colonel Iiobert E Lee Weutllug a iA Dingaans daag is the Boer hill for in his hands it would prove another Ron nil Top and decide the mil- great traveler and niuslcau tells tho Cbanksgiving British helped the itary situation at Laingsnek A force following Interesting atory It is true that the of 000 men were marched up the slope It was while visiting tbe housoof a 3oers not a little by smashing the Zulu wwer but following that the evil of under cover of night and next morning uobloman In Englnnd that I first heard injust taxation led the liberty loving the Boers saw the royal ensign floating the story of the birth of The Lost Jutchmen to rise and start a republic above their heads They had been out Chord a song that has beun sung In generaled while trusting to promises of every quarter of the globe and which Che Lexington of the lilliputian revolu peace and entirely off their guard will vo forever If evor there was Ion was fought Jan 28 at Laingsnek Bnt no time was lost in Jouberts such a thing as Inspiration that song olitical preliminaries were very brief camp in getting down to business At was Inspired mass meeting had been called to con There are very few Englishmen lder the question in dispute but before 5 oclock in the morning Boer skirmish ers were at the base of the hill making who do not remember Fred Sullivan he day arrived the tax collector op tho great comic star and brother of Sir ireeeed a Boer in a matter of 13 and the Britons hunt cover from shots pouring npon them at the rate of 60 per Arthur Sullivan He plnyed In all the he burghers in convention assembled lecided to flout diplomacy and take to minute Long range fighting was kept original Gilbert and Sullivan operas Ightlng An ultimatum was sent to the up all tbe forenoon the British well and has never been equaled He was Jritish secretary the wires were cut back from the brink and under the later followed by George Grossmlth One day Sir Arthur Sullivan was ind 7000 armed Boers stood ready to shelter of rocks and ridges having the beet of it In the crisis General Colley notified that his brother Fred was very lefend their rights every effort to reach the Fate had touched the button and an was very cool One of his impetuous ill He made his brother was lying at subordinates said that the men couldnt house where mpetuous British leader did the rest stand the fusillade muoh longer and the the point of death but arrived too late Sir George Colley commander in Cape Tbe two brothers beet thing for the British would be a to see him alive Colony wu ia the field in person and ohaga Wait till they come on said were devoted to each other and the earing that the revolution would col the general We will give them a vol- blow was a bitter one for Sir Arthur apse tinder the stress of diplomacy The Boers did He was closeted with the body of his to fight anyway The Boers ley and then charge leterained come on all right but their coming brother for two hours at the expiraluickly cat off all the garrisons in the down rransvaal and prepared to dispute the had for its prelude a shower of bullets tion of which time he came Throwcoveted realm into no human line could stand before nor stairs and went to the piano usees from their The British ranks were ing the Instrument open he began to he loyal domain of Natal The Boer hide from confusion and the officers play and bar by bar The Lost Chord irmy under Piet Joubert the present thrown into put was stretched across the had to threaten their men to keep them was evolved The composer sadly lommander his new composition on paper and from running away lighway running from Natal north The heroes of the hour were there In Btored it away tpou a aeries of hills forming aa amphi Tbe song Is the wall of a throbbing the shape of some highlandera aad a heater All heart the grief of desolation So certain of speedy victory was Gea through its beautiful harmony can be Lyons Laxative Syrup iral Colley that be didnt take the trap heard the strain of grief So profound Ie to operate upder cover of darkness Natures Cvre fer OensMpatlsa an Impression did the association of le had W0 Infantry and 160 mounted DORS mot Grips If you dp not like it the song with the death of bis brother A tableland S040 feet in length better thaa any laxative you have ever make on Sir Arthur that be la said to tea rod known aa Laingsnek connected the used your druggist will refund the have even at this late day an aversion tasks of the Boer army which Meted money Good for children aa well as to hearing it performs RUUaore ta right oa Majuba HilL General Colley News grown people 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W jj QwJSv Ky o1UaaliVlti Ufa nridgb News T DBOt 6 18M ata aw BRANDINBURO If it Jease HetadOH spent eetetal dajrc JHVMV WW WVVHC JaaDYa CAia arirntjsMta EIGHT PAGES Sf WUS erer aw aa laaratf ft star few XrM Yeakel wvt to Loaierllte Baa day It aMeeri Mr Wlttetebofets faaefal Hewitt MoAmIIA and Hvtoe Wimp art M bote from IatllaM or a short J M Hanlln was quite HI for a boars last Friday bat is bow re lrartd Mies Olara ami BeiUe Joaes aed Jim their broUior were at Mrs K Wimps Dr etfflASlM asrgea lMNRT IN ADVAKOS fr MM rate tf t Mat Caa Nat FM Tsar Nmm Tin rater of yiwir paper or mi order instruct at to distent I awe it or skins at M change ymr adriiesa wM MM enable us to comply with roar reqaest anlM jnm atata la which pott office roar paper has keen lolnc- - We could aot otherwHc Had yoar naiae oa oar Ibt Matt Pay When a person orders a paper discon nued he or the arnt nay hack does If there be any The laws of the United Stttet afford this protection to publishers The BRBCKBtRlMK Nawa it a home joaraal de Â¬ voted to the laterettt of Hreckenrldfe cooaty ami to it neighboring coeetles It believe in pro Â¬ gress movinc oawtrd and upward aot only in mercantile pursuits bat In farmiagas well It be Â¬ lieves in adopting the best methods to reach the best results and is an advocate ol progress In all lines It is an elht pse journal read with inter Â¬ est and profit by people ol all clashes and ages Its subscription price Is ji oo per vear payable in sd vance Ifpaidat the end of the yeer fisj Kemlt by post office money order check express money order registered letter or i or s cent stamps J D KABBAOt Pabllsher NEW PllESS Our new press has arrived and will be set up in time for our next issue Its a bold move on our part the setting up oi audi a press in a country town of 2000 inhabitants No other town in the state has such a press and no other town of its class has such a paper Its an evolution in the country newspaper business It lakes money nerve and backbone to do it The News has very little money but just any amount of backbone and push It proposes to use these God given powers for all they are worth OUR Â¬ Â¬ Our business has grown to such proportions that it demands We machinery and methods We love it believe in our business We believe also in the people We be- Â¬ lieve they know a good thing when thev see it and most everybody is willing to pay for something they want Our paper has already made a record in the State and we propose to keep it up to the standard it has reached and to make it better and better Tne town needs a first class paper and the county needs it journal to keep It takes an things moving and the only way to ac compllsh this is to employ We mean to keep in the methods push This by way of explanation Now we expect our friends and subscribers to help us out on the financial part ol this undertaking They can do it by simply paying up their arrearages and one year in advance If those who aB soon as are in our debt will they read this do what their conscience dictates we will have the money in ten days to liquidate all arrearages on our press Say you owe us a dollar That is not much but 90 other men owe us a dallar too If each man who reads the Brkckknridge News will give this mat- Â¬ ter a thought and pav us what they owe us if it is only a dollar we can get on a firm footing without any trouble We trust every subscriber who owes us a dollar or more will grant our request and We dont send the money immediately want your money to hoard we simply want it to pay our debts e Tub way to push your business Is to is to push It Tns Hon William Jennings Bryan now in Arkansas paying his attention sixteen pound turkey gobblers Most any kind of a scrub oalf fat lean trost bitten or bob tailed now biings 16 and yet some men say there is no prosperity for the farmers En Oolbsby and Dr Foote are doing good work in the Farmers Institute They handle their subjects well and are opening the eyes of many farmers on methods in fanning te Dr Foot says that a hog or a pig that is well fed that Is with a balanced ration wont root and has no desire to root Most of ub have been taught to believe that it is the nature of the brute to root Thb Atlanta Constitution says the gold standard is not affecting the farmer near so much now as the use of Commer cial fertiliser Ed Oglesbys remedy for this growing evil is the raising of soy beans and its a good one too Commhhionbr Moore is so well pleased Iwith the work of Messrs Foote and Igleeby in the institutes that he has iked them to take more work in the srn part of the state lie prefer jome talent to sending off to other states to get it We beleive Messrs Koote and Ogleeby are the only men in tne suite yet ueveiopeu jor turn worx Htate has cause to be deeply grate- to the Board of Trustees of the Ken aky House of Reform for their oeaso- pas efforts to establish this naueh seed- I institution lately dedicated near Lex-ngton At the close of the presentation pcecb Mrs L KYaadell of Louisville icsiaeni oi we jhwtu m jtmtisw mm V ee doors are now opened to the rig doers among the young It is to a very beeeoa oi hope to those oa it e pain now we mmwkw m evil rods Here they are to be taegbt to kiuxon wnaieoever taiae are wae oa uoever thins art itoaeet Just and Till i KHXl IVftOrVt SUMS MWtUt f nAkU l stimuli Ia -- SSV SfCWtWTW jbiuh CCll evil ways-- would iv respOCtollg aha wIia the life MU Mpp4Vtti BftM I isr I v men The decree Ye Must be Vaccinat- Â¬ ed has gone forth and the entire popu- Â¬ lation is obeying thus making each day of the week our M Da buBy day A very interesting entertainment will be given in the near future for the ben- Â¬ efit of the Baptist church by Mrs M Mrs G II Casperke kindly delivered Blain at Hotel Midway to which all Bertie Branshears message about this will be cordially invited through this Bertie has changed her name column column Further particulars will be Mrs Lary of Bourbon county but she given next week Watch the Items still loves to hear of old friends and The Ladies of the M church will schoolmate here We well remember give a social Friday evening Dec 8th at her as a bright sweet sincere girl who the City Hall Ten cents admission wil we are glad to know is still happy and be charged at the door for which a nice is in a beautiful home lunch either of coffee or cocoa and cake Mr Aaron WittelBhofer seventv four will be given Games and other amuse- Â¬ years of age died in Louisville last Fri- Â¬ ments will be furnished for the young day at his residence Mr Wittelshofer folks and the older ones will be also He was a dry nicely entertained All are invited was born in Germany goods merchant here with Mr George Friday Dec 8th fom to 11 oclock Yeakel for a number of years He had pm the good will and esteem of our town The extreme softness of grandpa Â¬ and country He was a most intelligent rents of the present age is the a plain fact and well informed man and aline conver- Â¬ Not long since one of our grandfathers sationist He retired from business was asked by his grandson of some two about twentyiyears ago and has lived in or three years for the coffee pot to use Louisville ever since He leaves severa for a drum and it Is useless to add he got children It Then upon spvlng the door knobs It was with much regret I beard of it at once struck him that they would Bud Burchs death He was young make splendid toys bo he made his wish promising hopeful of a bright future and known when the screwdriver was at had much to live for with a young wife once brought forth and the youngster and babe leaning upon him for happi- Â¬ wbs soon the proud possessor of the ness and welfare Bud was quite a lad knobs when I knew him in Garrett but was manly warm hearted and ambitious To EKRON see the old or very young stricken down is not so great a mystery but for young III eld from lost weak manhood or womanhood to be felled Mrs S J Brum Is on the sick liet makes us wonder at Gods plans and M Meyer of Bursa was the guest of want to know and understand Mueb hie brother Mioh Meyer Saturday sympathv We were sorry to hear of the death of The session of the Womans Mission Â¬ ary society held on Friday night was one Bud Bureh Miss Eva Riohardson was in town of some information though only a few shopping Saturday of the members took any part Mr Sallie Owinge read a lengthy paper on Max Wlllett has aeoeptwl a position Womans Work whleh showed with the Van B Nellsoa Cloth lag comp Â¬ thought and research as well as a conse any and will go on the road the first of crated mind Miss Lula Lewis read an the year Max will make them a good article on Thank Oflering Lula reads man well and makes each sentence tell f r Roy Bhaaklett was the guest of Mies all there Is in it Brother UitcbftVId Clara Wimp Sunday gaye a comprehensive Ulk on Brtz Mr Jim Tinnol was in town Tuesday A oollMtion was taken and new mem Â¬ shipping hogs bers oalled for when the meeting ad Â¬ David Meyer was the guaat of MIm journed The Union Thanksgiving seryieea at Nettie Oarriao Sunday Mrs Mollle Wright and family will th MeUiodlMehureh were well aUeadtnl by s11 daaowlBaeioes Bro LUhokl sot return to St Louis till setae time la presetted from the text Open thy hand May We boar that one of oar baft la to be and the desire of all living things shall He did sot traee the hisÂ¬ married ia the near future be satisfied tory of the holiday knowing it was Will Buy aad Re dry Tabaaao familiar bat he frequently referred to It as the feast of the ingathering year Loumvilu Kr Dee pbUI and urged m as haman souls to Oa who Mr OarHoa Dataabke the popular ship guards from a spaa a Thanksgiving Day ptag dark ol the Falla Ottr Tabaaeo Thfl selection of hymns was most appro Wateheme la LoaWrilU baa wsiaasd priate and sweetly aung with Miss Daisy bk poilUoa aad baa returned to Break McIaUra as organist Brother Da vail aaridga oouaky his old boata wbara be assisted A good many tamed out and talaadito bay aad re dry tobaaoo He a profitable boar was enjoyed will be missed very much by his friend The antortainmaat gives by the puptla la the Louisville tobaaoo trade wbara of the Brandeaborg Xormai has boas ha was a favorite aadlbar all wish him ptooonaoad one oi Mm vary beat yet pat labiabi Â¬ I last week Will Oaeperke ate hla TlMBketivin dianei with Urn parents Mr and Mrs Ohas Oasperke Mrs Dr Sib tits tnesseg was reoeived and a word from sueli a talented source goes for something Henry Ksvitt and Will Smith enjoyed a hunt Thanksgiving m well as the dance Friday night Misses Nettle Schene ond Jirnmie Lee Wolfolk were guests of Misses Lillian and Virginia Rhodes last week Miss Helen Pollook of Gueton the newsv correspondent of the Messenger attended the dance last Friday night Most every one in town entertained Thursday at a family re union or a few especial friends There were no large functions Mr A 0 Burton addressed the pupils of Mies Lucie Elders school on Friday night His pupils are always anxious to have him talk to their schools Brother Leitchfield told ub that Charity begins at home in many in- Â¬ stances Goodl While prating about others let us begin with our own erring ones Our new battleship Kentucky in her official speed trial had ideal weather but the tide and the wind were not in her favor Still the average speed was satisfactory Miss Lillie Hutti and Mr Theodore Schene were married last week and have gone to St Louis for a trip The young couple have many friends here who extend congratulations Mrs H V Duncan spent Thanksgiv Â¬ ing with Mrs D M Duncan Mrs Dun- Â¬ can is looking quite herself again and expects to be in her new home by Christ- Â¬ mas Her handsome grandson ia the pride of her heart Hugh Green has the wharf boat Mr C G Moremen had been wharf master for years and had Capt Penny the old Superintendent continued in office no doubt Mr Moremen would have still held bis position But changes will come in all lines of trade Will Hamilton who has been in Cali- Â¬ fornia for several years is at home to spend some time with his parents Mr and Mrs Hance Hamilton Will 13 look- Â¬ ing well and has been quite successful In business while out in the Golden State His friends are all delighted to see him at home again The young people had a happy time at the dance lest Friday night Ben Hook and Fred Howard furnished the music guitar and mandolin I am unable to give the names of those present as they were not furnished but a number trip- Â¬ ped the light fantastic 1 Â¬ Oartaialy Mr Barton aad Maiaaaoalr the older avails took part dtasrrt prafae lor making a itwoan el It la aooh a abort time It would do lajaatloa to all to maka especial mention oi aay particular one la the tablaasx radtatkme or dialogues Xaoh did too wall to dleoriiulnaU Kisses Lala aad Mlaaia Bland bad aa aaoeaallr appro priata and beautiful vocal daet It la rapTiflaotts to add they bald the audi aooe Mies Mabal Sbeoklatt sang a sweet solo la her oharaetarlstle pleasant style Mlas Mabal Simmons gave Tfaa Moth and the Flame the present rage aad did justice to it Hook on guitar Fred Howard on mandolin and Soott Qrlaaell at the piano made a good or abaatra and were encored and oalled back to their hearts content Mrs D M Duncan to whom we are ever indebted for assistance in programs rendered a piano solo aod played an accompani Â¬ ment Mrs Dunoan reminds us that music is a thing of the soul and is bound to oome out at the finger tips hence she is vastly popular in musical oircles Mr Hardeety called the pro grain The proceeds go to improve the Normal building Mr Burton is an indefatigable worker Mies Sue Hill cap tured the souvenir spoon as she held the Â¬ e ti stage AT LEITCH- Â¬ FIELD The Fat ratTf Good 21 InsMutt Has a Mtwting nan sick nan wen Many persons have their good day and their bad day Omen re about half sick all the time They have headache backache and are restless and nervous Food does not taste good and tne digestion is poor tbe akin Is dry and sallow and disfltured with pimples or eruptions sleep brings no rest and work ia a burden What Is the cause of all this Impure blood And the remedy mmmmmmmntmmig m - an a ill n ill II a Furniture for Christmas Presents atjlea Booking Chain 90o to 000 90 style Childrens Chain 6O0 to ftOO 14 fttylea ahsin from 800 to 660 pr set Ocntar Table 75o to 850 40 m m 3 Small Atttntlanca But a a SCIBNTIPICPARMINQ IS THB THEME Frew Uie Orayaon Oaeette Doubtless owing to the fast that it was not euffleienUv advertised there was not a very good attendanee at the Institute held here last Friday and Saturday The start was made however and it would certainly be beneficial to the far mers of Grayson should they oontinue and extend the organisation over the enÂ¬ Â¬ Fifteen ttylee of BaeelB Fine Lamps at 600 and 700 Brans and Onyx table 600 750 and 850 The bwt assortment of madalion picture from 25o to 250 Cabinet photo frama for 1 2 and 8 photos Jardinierras and stands 125 to 850 Â¬ luoky tioket STEPHENSPORT A good snow fell Sunday night F C Ferry spent Thanksgiving here December cornea with somewhat of a bluster Mrs B A Shellman spent Sunday in Hawesyllle Mr and Mrs Dave Johnson spent Thanksgiving at Cloverport We hear from Kome Ind that Mr Valentine Reynolds is quite slok Mies Belle McCann spent several days last week at Hardins Grove Ind Miss Kate Crawford went to Clover port Tuesday to spend several days Several from here attended the Far- Â¬ mers Institute at Home Ind last week Miss Llszie Hanks and Frank Yeager of Cloverport spent Sunday with Mies Cora Best Regular services will be held in the BaptiBt church Saturday and Sunday by the pastor Forest Blain who has been traveling in the interest of some Photograph Co is at home Misa Gertie French of Union Star spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Georgia McCubbine Mrs Taylor Hanks and son Robert and Mrs Jaa Severs of Union Starspen Sunday with Mrs Jas Biggs Floyd Miller of Henderson passed through town Thursday enroute to Chenault to spend Thankfgiving The members of the Baptist church have treated themselves to a splendid new air tight stove and are arranging for the purchase of another tire oounty The object of these meet ings has no political significance but is solely aa we understand for the purpose sources of the o1 developing tne beet arms from scientific and actual experi- Â¬ ence The parties who came here at the Instance of the state agricultural com- Â¬ missioner were E G Harrison U S special agent and road expert of the national good roads department Dr P W Foote oi Irvlngton H L Nowlin of Gallford Ind E B Oglesby of Cloverport Mrs Lucy MoElroy of Lebanon John D Babbage of the Cloverport News was also present The sessions opened Friday afternoon with quite an interesting talk upon roads by E G Harrison who gave some very apt illustrations of the benefits of good roads Messrs Foote Nowlin and Oglesby took up topics of the program such as corn growing sowing wheat clover fertilizers rye and so on discussing them and inviting discussion by those present They told how they would eelect the seed prepare the ground the time to plant how to cultivate when to break the ground when to sow clover when to sow Btook peas how to prevent washing the kind of fertilizers to use etc in a way calculated to be of interest to farmers and they invited objections and discussion of their manner of farming desiring to learn as well as teach If farmers should organize and hold insti- Â¬ tutes of this kind we see no reason why it should not benefit them as much as a teachers association benefits teachers and be as profitable as the meetingB of physicians tradesmen editors or any other class of people Certainly there is more genuine science in farming than in any other line of business Sewing Machine 17 to 8500 Our line 00m priaes Magnolia Amerioan Velox White and Wheeler Wilson Couches 5S8 to 27 Agente for portraits 5O It clears out the channels through which poisons are carried from the body When all Impurities are removed from the blood nature takes right hold and completes the cure If there is constipation take Ayers Pills They awaken the drowsy action of the liver they cure biliousness Wa have the exclusive aervleM ot In all tbe the United State Write Â¬ Brtleulars In your case You will re reply without cost Crayons 100 and 135 Water Colors 150 175 We are agents for the celebrated line of Wood Mantles made by Tell City Dosk and Mantle Co YtrHmtBBwDaotBf t tone of the most eminent nhvslelans treeljr AUtLOM AS1 W jxiweii ami AIAJh BIG SPRING Miss Edith Haulbert of Rbiney vtile is of Mise Zelma Strothsr Mrs Stella Stith of Ellzabethtown was the gueet of Mrs James Harned Sunday Mr Cook and Miss Mary Horrell of Cecilia were the guests of Miss Ruby Miller Saturday and Sunday Mr Jees Horrell of Ceoitia was the guest of Miss Daisy Meador Sunday Mr John Meador was in Brandenburg Sunday Mr Fuller Nail of Vine Groveand Mr Jess Moorman were the guests of Miss Zelma Strother Sunday Mr E W Jones of Hibbardsville Henderson oounty has been here on businees We are always glad to see Mr Jones in our town and it looks quite natural as he lived here so long Mis John Meadow returned from Louisville Monday where she had been visiting her sister Mrs Collie Mr W D Asheoraft the Meade coun ty Superintendent was here visiting the school last Tuesday Bro Parker preached at the Baptist church Sunday Dr Strother was called in consultation with Dr Baxter last Friday to see Alt 3humate who Uvea near Guston We are also headquarters for a general line of furniture Our first floor 48 by 80 is full of bargains Call and see us in the old Vest stand We have no old and Shop worn goods to sell but and clean stock Â¬ K the gueet Â¬ MHamman Cloverport 71 Ill Ul Ky 444 Son lit Ui ft Kentucky Swine Breeders tlon Assocla 100 Daisy Deane 100 Moorman May Dempster 100 Alma Matting ly 100 Llwle Fisher 09V Master Robert Fisher 9A0 Misses Sallie Robertson 090 and OUle Hosklne W 8 Charley Owen Hunter 008 Robertson 008 Mies Ada Mattlngly 00 8 Harry Moor man 00 7 Otter Owen 8H7 Miss Emma Lou Moormau 097 Riy Moorman 90 7 Theodore Meredith 00 6 Misses Rosebud Moorman 096 Olara Mattlngly 00 8 Louise Moorman 004 Johnnie Hoskine Bible History Class Batartalaad 00 4 Misses Iva Burnett 00 8 and Maud The Bible History Class met at Mrs le Mattlngly 002 Master Elliott Moor Fladge Garters near here on Thanks- Â¬ man 001 John Fisher 00 Misses Eva giving day and were beautifully enter Â¬ Owen 08 0 Mirttie Fentress 08 Jeaeie tained by the host and hostess A boun Â¬ Carey 08 4 Minnie Feutresa 98 tiful and delieiour dinner was served Oonatant punetual attendanee is urged weieh was followed by an old faaliionad for tbe ensuing month The beet results eandy pull in the evening Misses eome only from unbroken daily effort Florence Lewis Alloo Laatoa aad MagÂ¬ This report is for Prlnotpars room only gie Lewis of thia plaoe were among the Jobl H FlLS gaeata DISTRICT NO 21 There la mora Catarrh in tble saetloa of the oouatry than all otbar dtiiinen Report far Month Bneed Nav 94 pat together and until tbe last law yearn It was supposed to be laouMbla In tbe rush of sebool work I have not Wot a great many years doctors pro time to sand tbe pupils names to I send Bouneed it a looal disease and praseribed the report by gradei looal remedies aod by ooaatanUy fair Â¬ average Vt Fifth grade ing to aura with looal treatment pro M 04 Fourth M aouBoed it incurable Meaea bat Third 04 1 proven oatarrh to be a oonatituUoaal H a u oo gngf asrBwseaaTwn diaeaae and therefore requires oouetitu M 01 First ttoaal treatment Halls Oatarrh Cure Primary M H manufactured by 7 J Obaney A Oo Liiauc Oootun Teacher Toledo Ohio la tbe only ocmatttwOoaal The annual meeting of the Kentucky Swine Breeders Association will be held at Louisville Tuesday- - December 12 1800 The meeting will be called to or- Â¬ der by President H Z Churchill at 11 oclock a m at the Willard Hotel At this meeting officers of the Association for the ensuing year will be elected The annual meetings have always been the most interesting and profitatle and it is hoped that this meeting will be largely attended Mr Caldwell Norton has been appointed to secure representatives of the Berkshire the Poland China and the Duroc Jersey breeds for use in the score pen The scoring school will be held at Richards Stable 062 Weet Jefferson Street The following excellent programme of subjects for discussion has been pre Â¬ pared 1 How Swine Breeding can be Made More Profitable in Kentucky by G A Foote Irvlngton Ky 2 How Old Should a Gilt be When by W F Lillard Lawrenoe Kv Bred 3 How Best to Push a Hog in Flesh Without Injuring His Feet and Ltge by D B Garriott Carrollton Ky 4 Value of Disposition In Swine by Jas Montgomery Elizabeth town Ky 5 The March of the Pure bred Hog by H F Work New Washington Ind 6 Raising and Selling Breading Pigs by Hugh Larman Bowling Green Ky 7 Are Public Sales Benefieial to the Swine Breeder by W Arthur Ayres Oakville Ky 8 Why I Prefer the Berkshire by J A Logan Ohristianeburg Ky Mr R M Smith of Shelbyvilla Ky will also read a paper but hla subject has not yet been assigned him I Sick People POPHAM leading IRV1NGTON KY Demand the satisfaction of knowing that when a physi Â¬ cian gives them a prescription that it will be filled with the purest of Drugs Our entire stock is pure and fresh STATIONERY In this department we have gained the reputation of having the nicest and best goods sold in Irving ton A share of jour patronage is solicited MOREMEN Druggists Paid Sear For His Leg of Thaokerville Tex in two years paid oyer 30000 to doctor to cure a Running Sore on his leg Then they wanted to out it off but be cured B D Blanton it with one box of Arnica Salve Guar- Â¬ ene I anteed cure for Piles 85 cte a box Sold by Short Haynes druggists Utopia Honor Roll The third month is entirely satisfactory exoepting au irregularity of atten dance on the part of a few of the pupils Four pupils made the extraordinary record of being perfect for the month The first three were perfect last Emma Dee also Misses month Â¬ Â¬ eeaeeeaeea A Plain Unvarnished Story No Store in Clovernort Can Match our Prices 1 18 lbs Granulated Sugar Polks Bast Tomatoes 50c lb Piokles 6 dos for 25s Helms Polks Cora 2 lb oan 2 for 15q 4 lbs oraokers 25e Itoatd Coffee lSJo lb Lemons 15o dec 8 pound oans Best Green Tea 8 for 25 Â¬ lbs Dewey Reef ption Cakes for 35 8 packages Brazil Cocoa nuts for lOe Finest Cream Cheese 2 lbs for 85e Piokled Pig Feet 2for5e Best Salmon lSfparoM 2 Good at thaw prio oannot be oharged All by telephone will reoalve prompt attention ordtn i JULIUS SIPPEL CLOVERPORT KY er4vMeeeeeeeeee4M P WINGERT Merchant HOLIDAY Buy something moh as a nioa GOODS MnnMnl j le Tailor 9PmolALTY sumo ft noble gift d inrjj Suitings 4 LfcitvlffiMM War tp Ladies Tailoring and Repair Work yoanHm4 oMtyrta make A At St Josephs Inrlrmary taken inter nally In doses from 10 drops to a tea Located at M Hamman Mm 8 L Lawk who has been in bad Sons pooaiul It ante directly on the blood health some time waa token to Louis- Â¬ old furniture stand Cloverport Ky asMlmiMoaswriaoesofUiesyateM They ville last week where aba had an opera AND oaV one hundred dollar for eaeit ease tion peHormed Dr Cartlegeor Iuis WANIKOSKVKKAl BKHH Tas alias us fails to cure Send for circulars and ville and Dr A A Simons of this place sjania ikisaaddoaa bjr coaaUas Salary Ha it ear and sxpeaaes Straight tuaa fre ee jun toatimonialav Address performed tbe operation and she ia rap no less salary fotllioa aarauaaM Hw aajkr eacei aa bask la aay towo It b asaaaly aftee CHENEY A Co Toledo O Idly improving at the St Josephs In work coaacted at Itosae efarestta BmIsM sesl sdaresaaa sUsaoad eereloae Turn Dassimoa MTSold by Druggist 76c firmary CostTAsne Dap a oun oa the market It ia Â¬ Geo Casperke Jewelry and InweVaoa BRAUDBNFUBQ KY FJ Tjesaa son who Is Pevtjr has a yt h F Â¬ fir R W fVysnirv oi IaUsvilt quite ill Gafcrago I vi Bilious and Intermittent Fevers which prevail inmiasmadc dis Â¬ tricts are invariably accompan- Â¬ ied by derangements of the Stomach Liver and Bowels DoctorsSay y The Secret of Health The liver is the great driving wheel in the mechanism of man and when it is out oforder the whole system becomes de- Â¬ ranged and disease is the result v Tutts Liver Pills Cure all Liver Troubles ft A- - Breckenridge WEDNESDAY 5V News 6 1899 day Austin Janttt of Lottlsvills visited A Good Revival his mother Mm Oarwile last week Rev Weston Bruntr of Baltimore Md has arrived In the oityaad will assist He contemplates going to Indianapolis Rev W B RaUedge in the protracted soon Mr aad Mrs Foster MeKauhan atÂ¬ meeting now in progress at the Baptist tended the burial at the McCoy grave cliuroli Rev Druner has been appointed to yard last Thursday tbe pastorite of the Lee Baptist church Herman D Lay and sister MissZelma at Baltimore Md He tneoeeds Dr Mul attended Miss Cora Beets birthday party len R v Bruner is a young man ol ex- last Wednesday night at her home in traordinary Intelligence and ia delivering Stephensport some flue sermons nightly at the Baptist Stephensport This scribe is not the cliuroli author of the piece in the Nkws signed Â¬ Â¬ Olaar Bralm year soakd aosl Yoar Uoa or baeiaeM depends largaly oa the parfatt aatioa of your Stoataoh aad Liv r D Kings New Life Fills giye la entossd strength a keen clear brain high ambition A M oent box will make yoa leal like a aew being Hold by Short A tlayflos drnggfsta A beat faoliBtja ArvDOAVlrLAT Hewitt Hawkins has moved to the Haary Flaak Jar Jaae Haynae made a flying trip to Oloverpof t last WatUasday Mr and Mrs B Lay attended the Far mars Institute at Roma Iml last Tues Â¬ WtU Virginia s tkkfmgMrte rtcmmndt Pfru n Rtmtdy and Ntrve Tonic Endorsed by the Governor the NUttl Cmtarrh SANTA GLAUS M 5 H ilaBl xratoLniHiiic men cause CDDCOCUTlTIWr II Til their lnfluenoa la so great Tho endorse Â¬ ment of Governor SnRtora in1 are slow to speak for publication Thia is beÂ¬ knowledge re-ru-n- The revival Is meeting with encourage meat andjthe interest manifested DIO yond expectation is be- Â¬ 9 J TKe News in Brief Sold His Tobacco Nat Faul of tills aounty has sold his crop of tobacco to the American Tobacco Co He M have 3000 pounds and realized 0 4 and 1 SM444 4444 44444 4444 Snow fsll Monday morning Ftflh oyetera at Julius Sippels Freeh Irltfi and cakes at Julius Sip Accepted a Position Miss Stella Mullen has accepted a posi- Â¬ Co tion with Heeton Willis Miss Mullen is an efficient sales woman and one wfio has had varied experience iu tbe profession pels Chew Ittedel Jr of Holt was in own With the Fair Miss Carrie Graham has associated herself with the Fair during tbe holi- Â¬ days Miss Carrie is an amiable and po- Â¬ lite young lady and solicits patronage of all her friends K of P Banquet The Knights of Pythias of this place gaye a banquet at their lodge rooms Thanksgiving e ening in honor of their new members and their families As is usual at these entertainments nothing was lefc undone to add to the pleasure of he guests and an abundant repast was served Moaday Maok Payne of Owensboio was here -- v U fe v i V i Vi 1 24 vt - fMLwak 7 A Good Farmer Â¬ Mr Joseph Ballman of Dukes has finished the delivery of his tobacco to vere case of pneumonia Mrs Dr Moorman of Yelvington went the American Tobacco Co He had over 7000 pounds and received 6 SO and 1 to Stephensport Friday The entire crop netted him the hand Â¬ We wonder if the Glendeane corre- Â¬ AH of Oloverports naptba boats are some sum of 808 Mr Ballman bears spondent remembers tbe Thanksgiving going into winter quarters the reputation of being one of that day that he visited the Sand Cave with Miss Jennie Warfleld 1b visiting Miss neighborhoods most enterprising farmers 25 or 30 of his Stephensport pupils Eula Miller near Hardinsburg Where are those pupils now Some of J M Rollins and Everett Frymlre of Walkers Tonic is the link that picks the older ones are scattered abroad up the vital force of man in his run Â¬ Some teaching Union Star were here Saturday some going to school down state and binds him to health and Mr Thomas Geer of Hutchison Kan and some are married and others are at strength bv recuperating the Brain reg- home spent several days here last week ulating the action of the heart and nour Misses Mary Moorman and Ella Rob- Â¬ ishing the Nervous System Author of Current Topics We ertson have returned from Glendeane beg leave to differ with your opinion of In His Steps We believe it is one Kansas is A Bridge Carpenter In Luck Mrs Gee of Hatobinson visiting her sister Sirs William Smart Matheney an employe as bridge of the grandest literary productions of Milt Mr and Mrs D W Murphy of Worth carpenter on the Henderson Route is the age We here give the language to The taking a vacation several days He is which we suppose you refer iagtenvisited relatives here last week Â¬ the proud father of a handsome girl who depth of winter found Chscago presentMiss Maggie King of New Albany was ing as every great city of the world pre- Â¬ made her appearance Saturday night the guest of Mrs Mary Miller last week sents to the eyes of Christendom the Xjnaa with an adver- Â¬ She has been named Ruth Get in line for marked contrast between riches and tisement if you Want to sell your Roods Quills aud Feath ers poverty between cuture refinement Mr and Mrs Frank Bagwell went to All of our readers who are interested luxury ease and ignorance depravity Hardinsburg Qunday to visit his parents in the raising of turkeys will be glad to destitution and bitter struggle for bread Mr A J Katz proprietor of the Fair learn that some profit can be made from It was a hard winter but a gay winter was In the city several days last week the quills and feathers of that popular Never had there been such a succession of parties receptions balls dinners ban- Â¬ Mr Jerry Ganane engineer on the fowl We are in receipt of a dainty lit- Â¬ Never had the Saturday tle pamphlet from the Warren Feather quets fetes gaieties branch railway was in the city bone Co of Three Oaks Michf in which opera and theater been so crowded with niaht they announce their desire to buy from fashionable audiences Never had there Misses Emma and Margaret Ahl of you the entire fleece of the turkey every been such a lavish display of jewels and Hardinsburg sent Sunday with Mr and quill and every body feather that grows fine dresses and equipages And en tbe Mrs Sam Ahl on the turkey This may be a profita- Â¬ other hand never had the deep want When purchasing goods from those ble investment for you if you have a lot and suffering been so cruel so sharp so who advertise in the News please men murderous Never had the winds blown of turkeys to sell or if you wish to be Mo the paper come an agent and buy from your neigh Â¬ so chilling over the lake and through Mr and Mrs Zwk Hardin spent bors for this company Address the War the thin shells of tenements in the Thanksgiving day with Mr and Mrs ren Featherbone Co Three Oaks Mich neighborhood of the Settlement Never Jena MoGtwock had the pressure of food fuel and clothes for further information bean so thrust up against the people of Mrs T Haves from Louisville and Mies the city in their most unfortunate and Nellie Barks spent Thanksgiving day iaa4naaaA amftjasaaat lat AjsskSBaBB laaW ghastly forms The above quotation is Miss Lula Owen with verbatim as it is in the book to whioh we Mrs r A Hayes of Louisville and refer Now we think Rev Charles Shel- Â¬ Miss Lula Owen spent Friday with Miss don is quite right and so is any Chris Â¬ Nellie Burke at Addison tian right to oppose gambling races Investigate the Fair advertisement in prize fights circuses dances the thea Â¬ thWiBue and secure some of the rare ter opera and saloons and many other bargains they are offering of the popular vleea of the present age If aa advertisement influences you to Pollock says The theater was from tbe bay goods from one of our advertisers very first the favorite haunt of sin of the fact kindly tell them though honest men some very wise and Mr and Mrs Charley Hall spent worthy men maintained it might bo Tfeankatfvinc day at Stephensport the turned to good account and perhaps it Mr aad Mrs Roland Smith gaeetf of Thin pale anaemic girls might but it never was Hies Mary Smith who is teaching need a fatty Food to enrich i God given talent should be used for eJMWl iPershBBoa Flat was the guest the salvation of souls and the good of ha their blood give color to Mr add Mrs George W Short Saninanity Bible Christians those who their cheeks and restore their read and meditate and study the Word XUwLillle SooU of Bardlnsonrg was It is health and strength of God and every thing pertaining to a visitor to the city Sonday 8bewae Christianity and walk accordingly are Mr and Boy W B But- - i safe to say that they nearly IbdHAol the most refined people la the world toÂ¬ all reject fat with their food j day Those good consecrated men and CrreHwet bargains ever offered Jn Hals women going abroad In the land to res atbaryj ribtWrjtUksetc for the Mxt one tbe perishing and save the fallen tfelytf wye at 7 Iv Buskers milleaei y oaring more for the comfort of tho poor i 1 and the souls of the perishing than they D W X Howard l Mattlagly spent do for all the theaters operas and con Â¬ with bit dauffbtw TWakafctTiaf certs in the world are the ones that ara COD BUla who bastaMdhafsabool at Browa moving tbe world in Christianity to day wnfffrpofimspmTESfL towaylad Wa acknowledge it takes money to LighWoot wen Dr and Mm found homes hospitals and asylums bat Mr ttM gaaats f K w Iiabttoote Jatber Is exactly what they require money hoarded up by the milliooalres Millar aaaf Bwdiatbajft for U rwt only gives them theinv is doing the people no good Of oonrae TbjMtagiving Jf public ilbrarys are good in their plaoas poriant dement axWtvtr oil Bad MwfuU JDliiw Hpaaft advtr bat what good hungry half olothed nd take advw tiSMMNM la tbk in a palatable and easily di- children can Una in a publlo library wa Although take of the low redaotioa made on goods jetted form but alto the hypo j cannot see were wealth some of the Bible v God said the patriarchs eTtfy day oattla on a thousand hills wara Bis phosphites which are so valutv Mm Asms BtttM and dautbter Miss Everything everybody belongs to tho JbuMUAfifttardrto visit frteade at bk in nervous disorders thai Lord aad we should gve Him oar ser Â¬ vice and walk In Bis ways BafhtUla Taaa Mia Stitsa will proba- usually accompany anatmia One path alone conducts aright SCOTTS EMULSION U a On narrow path with Utile light Mr Mario Eaaablaioa aooompanlod While thousands lead astray bj Mtfb4W J D HaabUtoo of Han fatty food that is more easily Aa to Mr Sheldons queeton What Dr Stone left Friday to oator wa think there is would Jesus dot of jpsted than any other form MNata taia than one answer to be made Whan God promised tho coming JIPH Bay of Union Star was in the- of fat A certain amount of slab He also promised tbat He Mesi wil flesh is necessary for health Jala bann tho diaUaoteach oa His way aad w will walk in m saaaiaanK aajUB Wssaa VlaVl v aSSajsaajaaf aaasw His path Isa I S Jesus went about You can it In this way doiacaood Cannot we do so to II tadtMBotMaadprosparottsfaxmen Â¬ Â¬ Thursday The City Council held its last session Monday night Eggs are worth twenty cents per dozen in this market Watch for the holiday opening of Julias Sippels Miss Lilly Green well of Holt is visiting Miss Florence Lewie Captain and Mrs J H Rowland have returned from Bosetta Ham Baker of Owensboro was here on business Monday morning Mr John Ryan of Victoria baa a se- An Observer Nay verily Miss Ida H Jarrett went to Clover- port last Wedneeday to attend the pro- Â¬ tracted meeting at the Baptist church at that place No dominion is so boundless no force so iireelBtible as that exercised by tbe the newspapers of to day The writers should be very careful what kind of au influence emanates from their pen p Opinions once uttered Live through all life extends through all extent spread operate unspent undivided Other things die but long after tbe author has gone down to the silence of the tomb his written thoughts live and affect man kind It was 200 300 and 400 dollars that Bibles sold for in England 200 years ago Just think what a change has been wrought in America through civil and religious liberty Every man and wo Â¬ man every boy and girl can own aBlble no matter how poor Bibles are given to thoso who are not able to pay for them and they are so cheap that there is uo need for anyone to do without the word of God Mrs Nancy McCoy died very sudden- Â¬ ly last Wednesday She was 83 years old and made her home most of the time with her son John McCoy since the death of her husband several years ago Her remains were interred in the family graveyard on the place Several child- Â¬ ren and grand children survive her The family have our sympathy Â¬ Tho recognition whioh the catarrh remedy assoBstanuy receiving by men ol nattoaal fame is very gratifying Among recent letters from imrauuH 01 eminence w uie iouowing irom Uovernor Atkinson of West Virginia The governor says Chablbstow West Va March 9 1SW Tht Medicine Co Columbus O Gbrxlkhen I oan recommend your proÂ¬ scription aa a tonic Ita reputation as a cure for catarrh Is excellent it having been used by a number of people known to me with the very best results Very truly a Pe-ru-Pe-ru-- amaranteoa merit Pnhlln wnnla nt m iu oucn prominent omciaia most bo baoed on positive Will be in his glory at Clovcrports Mam- Â¬ moth store this year Gov O W Atkhtsos s mv Gov G W ATKDfSOK ofWestVIrKtnU Catarrh is the national disease Not an Amerioan family is free from it The search for relief and cure la con Â¬ stant Experiments of all kinds are continually made without result for good Ignorance of the oausos and nature of catarrh is universal fofoVK is elusive persistent penetrating It may exist in any organ ol tne body For this national malady there exists the national scientific remedy wlilch for forty years has been doing a grand work is the unflinching foe of Pe-ru-Pe-ru-n- a You will be shown the largest and newest line of Christmas goods ever seen before Dont miss the opening and Display may exist It is the prescription of Dr Hartman President of the Surgical Hotel Columbus O who gives personal attention without charge to a voluminous correspondence on the subject of catarrhal diseases Dr Hart mans books on catarrh are mailed on application All druggists sell Pe-ru-- JP iw Its Easy Take ilTo Magisterial District No 2 of Brecken- Â¬ FOR SALE TIMBER LAND ridge county Kentucky upon tho proposition whether or not spirituous vin- Â¬ Soil rich jr ous or malt liquors shall be Bold barter- Â¬ FOIt SALE 1040 acre iffarms35000 oak nth surrounded by fine The ed or loaned therein aud whether or not elm gum and maple are ettlmated at 5300000 feet the provision of this law and prohibiton Address Dr C II TODD Owensboro sball apply to druggists in the said Olo- Â¬ verport Magisterial District No 2 of FOR SALE DWELLINO Breckenridgd county Kentucky Now therefore it is ordered by the court that Nine room dwelling with all nec SALE these cases be and they are now consoli- Â¬ FOR out buildings three and a quarter acres otground within a tquare of Ccurt House Hardins dated and sball hereafter proceed in the burg Ky Terms reasinableand to suit purchaser name and style of W H Bowmer find It N MILIIilt lUrdlribburn Ky others on ptition LEGAL BLANKS It is futther ordered that all the orders in said caaefl of F N DHuy and others OK SALE Blank Deeds and Mnrtgai cs and on petition V H Camp and others on BKKC KEN All Forms of Legal Ulanks petition and W L smith and others iUDGK NKWS OFFICE on petition made at terms of this court TUITION prior to this term are now set aside SALE CertihcateMn Hryant btratton and held for naught and the order in the College Louisville Ky Apply to case ol W H Bowmer and others on pe- Â¬ JOK NEWS OFKICE tition is now corrected and amended so 99BB9999B9BBsascaBBaBC91ssaVsCS99s9BBSsaBs as to read as follows to wit 1150 IER DAY SALARY It appearing to the satisfaction of this petition of W 11 Bowmer court tbat the A few energetic ladies and gentle Above salary guar-Â¬ tu canvas and others heretofore lodged with the WANTED anteed Call or address J B MUGS Steph- Â¬ judge of Breckenridge county court and ensport Ky tiled in this court on tbe 25th day of Sep- Â¬ tember 1800 requesting that an election TCRKEYS FOR SALE beheld in the Cloverport Magisterial SALE 15 or 30 Monmouth White Hol county district No 2 of Breckenridge POR Kentucky on the 10th day of December vt lie Kyturkeys THOS J THIPLETT Uewley 1800 to take the sense of the legal voters of said Magisterial district who are quali- Â¬ EDQEW00D BEKKSIIIRBS fied to vote at an flection for the county officers upon the proposition whether or BREED the kind that win as the record ol my herd at Indianapolis and Springfield this year not spirituous vinous or malt liquors will attest showed sball be sold bartered or loaned in said breeding andI captured only animals of my olown the a good percentage Magisterial district and also whether or desirable prizes The priie wioning boar Head not the provision of this law and prohi- Â¬ light Jr J3W and old Artful Duke 10th in brood of bition shall apply to druggists in said service Pigsbest their get for sale My strains English sows Magisterial district was signed by more Come are ofsee meAmerican and and CALDWELL NORTON than twenty five 25 peicent of the legal Louisville Kv voters at each precinct of said Magister- Â¬ ial district cast at the last preceeding election held in said Magisterial Mail Orders Solicite- dor calling cards ietrict It is now ordered by the court for 75c 100 bus DennisoB tags ocsoc loo state- Â¬ ments 75c too that the request of said petitioners be 75c 100 envelopes 60 100 gummed loonoteheads labels ixa granted and that an election be held on 35c We pay all transportation charges Have B C your copy plain and unmistakable said 19th day of December 1899 in the LEATHE Printer Norwood Mas said Oloverport Magisterial district No 2 of Breckenridge county Kentucky to mvaytvayt take the sense of the legal voters of said Magisterial district who are qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors sball be sold bartered or loaned in said Magis Â¬ terial district and also whether or not provisions of this law and prohibition Nearly a quarter of a cen sball apply to druggists iu said Mrgster tury gu wuiuftUKurtLvtsu jluu- - jk lal di trict And it 1b further ordered selling at Dry Goods profits that the Sheriff of Hreokenridge county open a poll at each of the voting pre Â¬ and bavo maintained tbe lead i cincts of said magisterial district on the taken at that time as the big- said 10th day of December 1809 for the gest handlers of Dolls purpose of taking the sense of legal vo ters of said Magisterial district who a e Never before have we had qualified to vote at an election for coun Â¬ such an extensive line such wheth- Â¬ ty officers upon the proposition er or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors able in price as this year shall be sold bartered or loaned in said Magisterial distriot and also whether or Brdy Doll moving eyes shes JCf Kid stockings and natural curls bisque not the provisions of this law and prohi Â¬ head 14 Inches long bition shall apply to drutrgists in said OZr Jointed Sleeping Doll shoes and Magisterial distriot and said Sheriff is or- Â¬ stockings natural 13 Inches long dered to give notice of said eleotion and hair bold tbe same aa required by law and ifL-- Sleeplag Doll Jointed body shoe S and atockfpg natural curls nicely officers of eleotion appointed by the proportioned lull shape ic laehee long County Board of Eleotion Commission Â¬ iQ Kid Body Sleeplag Doll i3 inches ers of Breekeuridge nounty shall act as long shoes sad stoeklags movable officers of said election and the sheriff ayes shall so notify them and this cause is Sleeping Doll jointed body natural nCn A cony continued hair 10 laches long Clerk Owen Cunningham Kidy Body Doll 18 Inches long slsep- Attest 7 lag eyes natural hair Breekeuridge County Court QQf Kreach Bisque Tllead jointed body V B BuOTOK 8 B Â¬ Order of Breckenridge County Court It appearing to the satisfaction of the court that the petition in this case and in those of h N DHuy and others on peti- Â¬ tion W H Camp and others on petition and W L Smith and others on petition were intended by tbe signers thereof aa parts of one petition requesting an election for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters in the Oloverport Â¬ avyv9vmtyvvayv WANTS Advertisements insetted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion hBayBaVByavBylay1 SULZERS Telephone 6 Rln 2 old Has just put in his appearance and The Fair wants to firmly impress upon your minds the necessity of providing yourselves with warm and suitable wearing apparel Everyone knows or ought to know that we carry the most complete line of Merchandise in the county and our repu- Â¬ tation for fair dealing has not nor will not be questioned m ml Ladies cloth capes ij CKlaHaBC mmmmamW JXbbbMbbKb I with fur around lar only col- Â¬ IIbMbIbHbIbbW WW tfall V k 4 U 4V Gents ribbed shirts or draw ers white or gray only Â¬ 100 Ladies As trakon capes Bfzs or drawers all sizes jir 25c Gents Ecru ribbed shirts IvA 1 A with fur down front 38c Gents Fleeced lined shirts or drawers plain or ribbed nicely made and 1 n finished and on collar vayVa 150 Ladies Bkck Cloth Jackets style and well made blue and Ladies Green Jackets nicely made and n II II WTi U U trimmed good DOLLS 40u 250 te Gents Blue striped Jersey Knit Overshirts a good thing and worth 75c PA Â¬ r V Ribbed Vesta tap- Â¬ ed and well Ladie a J pants to match made 20c r 01 ftp ij a shoes aad atoektegt long shoe QQf Kidbody natural ty ScogJutSJOs LIVER Oil COMMISSIONERS NOTICE BrwfcMiUo Ckcufe Court aad stockings 16 inches long hair ao laches movable UhOiOT PVt vi J K Hut Bft 1 1 Notice Ik M KofMrif provttt to U unoortisBOd olhoHroelMarldg Circuit Court it kta oftoo hi ta towa of lia dinoborg K oa ot be for Uw iret wOrMa A AJlMftou tuviu cklau alat tb pMtnwtfcip mm HutV aotlttd to pmiil btarioMr Coram Kqvltr In TY bugaaovWn0ycy WaaWKSaammWamWaWaMWaWHMmWaWaWaWKmMmmmmMaMmMmMMWt J CMMMMONEItS NfTWL BrackoaiMi Clrcatt Court Sg A JaU Aojar PTf No m i J W McGarr fcc Dotu 1 Baafcv AU porioM havtac claaai aaalaot Om nuS of Joaoph McOary an aMitad to attaaat tea atata properly pMvaa to tba aoaaralgMd Caatcaiauaaar ol tba Brackaandga Circuit Coan at kM yam la War th Moada la 125 150 2 275 350 Wa have evaryiblBg that Is IU 1U Up in CIO ood aBd prtty Solldem NOTE W import nil our Dolla dlwot from Qarmany Theyre Biada to our apalal order and have axclueive faatoree not found In Beeldea we save the other line middlemans profit for you Write for price lieti of other Holiday ar Â¬ We pay expreawga oa 6 ticle parehaees J Ladies Ecru or White Rib- Â¬ bed Vest or rants a splendid artiole for the f money ZDC Ladies Dongola Ladies Fleeced Lined Rib Kid button laoe bed vests or pants Ladies Kangaroo Kid coin or silk taped all sizes common sense toe custom made Union Suite for Ladies Misses or children 25c tl Ladies Dongola Kid coin toe button or laoe A worth 2 only DU HamsoM PriMliMS ti 15 aid 20 Nik PBrchm and Misses Shoes Children j 1 0 rA a specialty ji Butterick Patterns Strictly Oee-Price-Ste- re joaod John A G Lewis Co X J tBaJftfiSfa WTHK Notfca In ONMIMMNERS BmkMrMe J B Manalaca CMcait Court a Wa lJale Vpa Adar PTff jet Bquhy Eauaa Maaaias ate Daft All pcraoa aavlnc claiaM agalaM taa atuta of I B MANNING dactMad araaotitiadJ- - to I pra- L aBa KHMaaAH k km A Conaluloaa of tba BrackaariaWa Ctralt Caart atanaaMtai tJMtowa of U jajaaaoan 4r WANTED ieMTMfmMATaiMM IiUUJ3TLXai THE FAIR The Cardan 5aU TbeOMrdea Sale Cloverport Ky ay4BareJ J tbey will ataka tbalr botoe with Mr Oardaaa paraats OidrtaMa Coavaatow vbieh took aUoe 10 GOOD MEN To Act As AgttateV TMmUM aear Irviagtoa taet Friday wa well at tadad aad tbe rtoak btooaht good ajrieas ii m of TJatoa Star wwt to Louisville teat Wadaasaay Mr Caahman went to all hb tueaaoo Itiai Haiti will visit bar ooaaia Mm MaKaht at sal Caw I QMaataa aad daofhtos M- l- Hat We have known yx md Si cm per day while taking it H druggbta tomatraoi SCOTT A OWNti twttto Nw York Boa V ft Barton ShttifWKaSGS do If woaM ask oanwtvas taw qoaauaa aad bo govÂ¬ rids coaaty sooat Saaday la taa arty erned by His spirit there would bo a TbeW O T TJ held a tompataaoa viatblo change a tho Uvea of ouusy of masting at Tar Fork Sunday oa fawvl no TbqoaveaM Jaml T la a good question aaoT wo HisaBe navor woala havaaiSS MAB1 KNOWN BY APPLYING TO THI HMtaAMDNUfWERV ClOVailiKMTiCV aad aaanad aaad ajaa tba lata owaar aebart Oardoa Tbe tana wbjab bat FajthataotiaawiUbei beam tiaatly ianwovad reeaatb to laatad taMaaQardaa who boagbi la mo ef IVIXA tba hnMag laaalaBMaa at tba tale klatlMYMtaaNamBtafK Mm Bobart Oardaa aad two oblldrea ef bava aoae ta Sbiava Obktooaaty wbaia apaaaatoalba ta aaod lw7UiiialMllBalaaewas lemMHen pHf Aa Old MalilV Ooavaatlon will be bald Tbaiaday tnateaJpaflaBibat tba Mab aadec tba tba Ladiat Hn AU ateJaty ot thV MMbodiat abarofa mmAix -- l IBS Dlood tells But we rarely recog-Â¬ IS nise the fact except In timet of stress A hone which looks like a and strain scrub may beat another bono which lish If battle seems tbo kfeal of a racer Just by that WEDNESDAY DSO 8 MM wm offered they one quality of good blood Similarly waitod with pa Â¬ men who seem In tbo pink of condition H tience1 until tho drop down under the racing strain of Â¬ Why Blood tells Men English formed buatnees for start squares then reckoned perfectly healthy Dunnesoattney they attacked make a ma across tho Held for the train swept by artiland collapse beaded brindled flat sided owe nookod lery lire with tho Heart fail- Â¬ cob named Punch Useless to add after ure ardor of the they that description that ho was the ugliest call it Blood stanchost rotor bono of his day and generation ia all failure would ans If tho Eng General Duller British Loader South Africa be often the lish had a river as hewaangly He was as valuable better to cross tho Zu Â¬ in the Boer War sad his mastor often rode him a hun Take care of the blood and the body not will take care of itself It is the blood lus would dred utiles at a disturb the which builds the body The blood in- Â¬ stretch The com aaNBRAL bullbk march bat look deed is the body A sound body must mand whloh he on with oynioal be based on sound blood liniwe He Won the Badge Per Valour led chiefly on fo- Â¬ It is one of the peculiar properties of rays against the coolness until their antagonists were FiKlitiHg Zulu la South Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery con- Â¬ Zulu kraals and ready for combat ef- Â¬ it eliminates Africa The irregulars were regular in one that and poisonous front the blood the Â¬ roconnoisunoos matter which is antagfete was according to sense they were always on the soout onistic to health It also gives to the For bee the stran Â¬ It was on one of these scouts which blood those elements which are necessary Colonel to its strength and vitality congeries really amounted to a raid that gest Noted For Personal Courage and Thus by imaginable It Buller won his honors by deeds of per the use of Golden Medical Discovery sfQaggggggHIaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBaVllBsC is a right Good General he sonal valor His force was sent in ad- purity of blood and power of body have consisted says of broken vance of General Evelyn Woods column been attained by thousands of sickly and Too o f to clear the Inhlobane mountains of the scrofulous men and women gentlemen No other medicine purifies the blood runagate sailors Swazi tribe headed by the noted chief Â¬ the body as does qbnxal Bumea of fugitives from tain UmbelinL The mountain was and builds Accept no substitute the Dis- Â¬ covery Â¬ In 1WJ justice of the stormed in true style the savages rout me much pleasure to testify to the It ftf scum of South African towns of stolid ed and their cattle driven off merit of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovcopyright 1SW by Q L Kilmer a delay of some hours to rest ery write ofMiM Anale Well of Perguseons of Boers whom the Zulus After Afrikanders LMOST InTarl Wight Co Va I can lay hon Wharf Me Almost the troops as history records it but eatly ami candidly that it ia the grandest mediably the first had driven from their farms more likely to bring the roaming raid- Â¬ cine ever compounded for purifying the Mood every nationality waa represented commander sent pimple some ers Into shape Colonel Buller started to I suffered terribly with rheumatism and and feet few Americans an the slcln and welling in my knees to cope with a There were a descending so that I could not walk I snent about twentv rejoin the main column On Chilean difficult military good some bad a Greaser a dollars paying doctors bills but received no be-several Australians and a couple of the slope an enormous force of Zulus Bent A vear or two aeo I was reading one of problem is a mis try Memorandum Books Canadian voyagers from somewhere In 80 000 some accounts declare were dis- vourPierces Golden Medicaland I decided to ra- Discovery and tit If he la a Dr covered across his pathway of retreat vorite Prescription and am entirely cured the arctio regions itrateKiftt the There wero Frenchmen who could There was nothing to do but to fight KL7 ylEr Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets are grad Â¬ hour calls for a word of English and Chan for the right of way The taotice were uated to the requirements of womans hammerer or If sot sneak a whose patois neither Eng Â¬ those now systematized under the name delicate system They regulate the he is a hard hit- Â¬ nel islanders Colonel Buller was too stomach liver and bowels lishmen nor Frenchmen could under Â¬ of rushes ter the situation stand One and all were volunteers reÂ¬ wise to throw his force headlong upon demands a scien of the enemy but by short spurts oleared tist in war In cruited for the campaign at the paythe gap after gap and eventually brought A WOMAN 6 shillings a day What added to General Sir Red complication was that the force com- Â¬ off his force minus the battle casualties vers Buller VC God did net make her my wfee only England has a prised a dozen or more subcommands But carved a ptranyenci round her mouth After several sallies the Zulus were each originally and still to some extent He put bar great sorrow In htr eyes soMi r horn to the kind of warfare now dlatfnct unit There tip to the game and made the pursuit And softness or mens souls in drouth on hand that is bush fighting savage a separate and And on her Isee lor all to and DArcya steady and hot Suddenly the horse of defies ware Bakers Horse and irregnlar foes warfare which The seal of awful tragedy Beddlngtona Horse and Light the military rules and theories The V C Ilorse and Horse and so on each body Captain D Arcy of underFrontierColonel him Ferreiraa horse was killed God did not make her very air tacked to his name stands for the Vic- Â¬ IA1 Out white and lithe and strange and sweets a certain distinctive inde- Â¬ Buller was a large man then and quite 20 years ago by valor asserting toria CX03S won A subtle fragrance In her hair pendence load enough for his brindled ewe neck- Â¬ A slender wtftns In her feet in the South African Zulu war The volunteer officers some zealous ed cob Punch but he promptly took the And in her hands a slow caress General Bailer is a man of marvelous ALL ORDERS WILL HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION regarded dismounted captain up behind him and God made tliese or my stead tattneas some cantankerous were as coolness and high personal courage any knowledge qf duty for the most carried him forward until he got anmoreover so Bay his admirers one of God did not give to her a heart a few more rushes the force Dut there Is that within her ace the greatest soldiers of his time His part quite useless In effect numerical other mount After the fleeing English Zulus gained on the To make men Ion to muse wrt chance has come to show that this last which waB reckoned in Until they goodness find and grace foremost a skirmish with ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO tribute is not above the mark He is 60 strength as a brigade was run by two and in Lieutenant Everettthe the Light And think to read and worship there of savages men Redvers Buller and Bill Bares years of age and has had experience in All good yet she is scarcely air Â¬ A B Mlall in New York Tribune every conflict waged by England since ford Bullers chief of staff Buller was horse lost his mount and Colonel Bul a silent saturnine bloodthirsty man ler took him up behind him as he had ho was a boy It was 89 years ago that an T oonlnfA n flcrhfor nn nvar draw hrAflth done Captain DArcy fend literally A SURE CURE FOR CROUP he took his baptism of fire in the Chi- Â¬ n Vwwti laaav nf man ttrlirt rnlarl Vila snatched him from the assagais of the nese war of I860 He marched and Twenty five Tears Constant Use fought with Lord Wolseley in the Red heterogeneous command with a rod of savages The irregulars had been in saddle all river campaign of 1870 He next took iron Without a Failure These droll irregulars Forbes con- Â¬ day riding fighting and destroying part in the Ashanti war then went to never took much pains about Men and horses alike were worn out savages nntil the tinues Bonth Africa to fight rKVST The first indication of croup is hoarse- Â¬ wiping ont of Cetewayos Zulus in parading Neither smartness nor uni- and in almost the final spurt when the felwere within 80 yards of the rear ness aud in a child sujeot to that disease Zulus 1879 It was in the Zulu campaign that formity was a desideratum These General Bailer then a colonel won the lows dressed how they liked or rather guard with whom the fighting Buller it may be taken na a sure sign of the apFollowing this perhaps how they could Their only remained the exhausted horse of a com Â¬ proach of an actact Victoria cross and pitched his rider hoarseness is a peculiar rough cough This decoration is given to none but weapon besides the revolver a Martini mon trooper fell ground Promptly as those who in actual presence of the Henri rifle each man carried as seemed in t heap on the If Chamberlains Cough Remedy is enemy perform some signal act of de- Â¬ unto him best provided that he carried in the cases of the officers Colonel Bul given as suon as the child becomes himself ler stopped and helped the man up to a it somehow somewhere about votion to the army or the country little hoarse or even after the oroupy cough In the Egyptian war of 1882 and also and pony The only uniform accouter place on the back of his sturdy awful appears it will prevent the attack It I4fi Â¬ ment was the bandolier in which the warhorae and saved him from the in the expedition for the relief of Chi cartridges wsre carried When they got fate of death by the Zulu spears For is used in many thousands of homes in nese Gordon Bailer served with distinc When he found these three rescues made in action and this broad land and it never dlsa points is General Bailers practical ready they mounted tion It him a reasonable number of mounted with danger to himself Colonel Buller the anxious mothers We have j t to knowledge of South Africa the topography the climate the savages and men the leader of the corps started now wears upon his left breast a littlo lriarn of a single instance in which it has the enemy to be met that gives the His fellows filed in files and the men bronze Maltese cross with the crowned not proved efleetnal No other prepara- Â¬ British people faith in the new military who were late overtook the detachment lion of Britannia above the inscription tion can show such a record tw nty Ghorqk L Kilmxb For Valour star All England as well as the war at a canter No man skulked The ma- Â¬ five years constant use without a failoffice and the experts in South African jority were keen enough for fighting ure For sale by A R Fisher Clover too well the size of and the funkers If there were any had warfare knows only port R A Shellman Stephensport to pretend to be as zealous as their com- Â¬ the task confronting Tommy Atkins toAMERICAS FIRST GEORGE day It is not a question of a perfect rades LONGFELLOWS ADVICE The irregulars were Just the fellows How lie Tried to Run Away Prom god with machine simply but of a war work The his hands on the lever The price of for advance and rear guard Ilia Admirers Kinases Was the Keynote of tbe Boer defeat if defeat must come which Zulus lurked among the crags of the Washington was not churlish but be tawrrai Poets Character President Kruger says will stagger hu- Â¬ Transvaal hills or in the ravines of the had that preference for bolng unob Â¬ Mine de Navarro gives some charm Â¬ by served that develops at times Into a manity is tho bone and blood of the lowlands and were not disturbed ing pictures of Longfellow in A Few British soldiery The general who pays shells when they had cover But a body longing In a man whose life Is spent In Memories She says that every con- Â¬ too heavy doles or gets of fleet horsemen they knew could cut public He quitted the Macomb bpuso ont the price in versation with him led to some good off and the moment a detachment on the morning of Aug 30 1700 The too little return for the gory investment them will find himself on a bed of thorns If of irregulars appeared heading for servants were Instructed to steal away result His first advice to her was See some good picture In nature If Buller handles the army of 1809 as their lairs bands of them would spring at dawn to have the carriages and lugup from the ground as it seemed and gage over the ferry at Paulus Hook by possible or on canvas hear a page of skillfully as he did his corps of irregulars in 1879 then England has made no make off to the rear If a party of Zulus sunrise By candlelight Mrs Washthe best music or read a great poem mistake This knight of the Victoria was surrounded it always ended in a ington the children and the secretaries dally You will always find a free half band to hand fight cross is the man for the hour assembled In the morning room hour for one or the other and at tbe Whenever the English appeared in General Buller is not of the class The president entered pleased with end of the year vour mind will shine which essays to do all the work of his force large enough to sweep the country his stratagem He was enjoying In with such an accumulation of Jewels command alone but his intimate ac- Â¬ the Zulus would retreat slowly regulat- Â¬ prospect his concealed departure Imas to astonish even yourself quaintance with every detail acts as a ing their pace by the enemys Often mediately under the window suddenly The poet was fond of a good amus Â¬ the irregulars broke into a gallop and struck up on the still morning air the ing story and had many to tell out of check and stimulus to his subordinates And he is well and loyally served for Buller had a task to curb them Some blaring vigorous notes of an artillery his own experience He was particu- Â¬ he has the knack of getting the best out times the Zulus would run wildly from band From the highways and byways larly delighted at the Ingenuity of an of his mea Though hla manner seems the horsemen but their flight was only Bcurrylng people appeared To witness enterprising vender of patent medicine cold and even repellent his speech a ruse to draw the party into ambush his first step outside the door a thou- Â¬ who vaunting the marvelous effects Both staple and fancy Coming to this line This department is our pride We handle sharp and abrupt his brief pithy mem At the proper time the whole plain sand goggling affectionate oyes watch of hla drug no doubt In the hope of in Â¬ would be aliye with armed savages who ed whioh ia of vast importance and probably the oranda cauBtio and occasionally cruel spiring the poet Invited blm to write nothing but the best grade All new style yet he freely forgives for what is be There I cried the general In half a verse for the label promising him a most eeaential it shall at all time be replete hind Intolerant of shams he is never comic despair I cannot think altogethpercentage on each bottle and a free Tlw Klad Van Haw Aliwys Bought and sold under a guarantee with good things Bsarstba unreasonably hard on any one er displeased Its all over we are use of the medicine for himself and 9 General Duller fought all Slgaatwe In 1878 found out Well well They must have family of over that cunutry which seema destined their own way On one of his birthdays he was as Â¬ It was the general they waited to tonished at seeing a wagon containing see not the president They lined the a piano drive up to hla house followed O-A-IIlroadway from house to barge record by a strange young lady In a carriage Si ing every movement In observant The young lally Informed tbe house Â¬ brains A distinguished man can nev- Â¬ keeper that she wished the piano to be er know which of bis audience Is to be put In a room where It would sound his biographer It may be one of the well as she bad composed a piece of supers on the stage rolling off the music In honor of tbe poets birthday carpets The thunder of artillery and meant to play It to him on her own could not drown the living shout that Instrument rose from the throats of the people as Longfellow waa a great lover of mu- Â¬ Washington was borne off with the sic and Wagner appealed to blm rise and fall of the oars gleaming lu strongly We heard several operas to- Â¬ MONEY the cheerful sun His voice trembled gether In Boston after my engagement F R WILDER Btaadeabarg Ky est BM lav set a Leuiavllle Ky Fourth as he bade the assembled crowd fare- there He generally arrived before na well Though chary of appealing to It armed with Bowers and full of delight Â¬ the love of the people never failed to ful anticipations On one of these occa Â¬ OrMmnflu Reaches lha Paef in everv tost made 8 S fl Ml MM 1 move him deeply Harpers Magazine IIIO uoai demonstrates its superiority over ota sions some one sent a magnificent bou Â¬ nUIIIJJIIJ quet to our box Not knowing tbe do Â¬ uioou remeuies it mailers not now A Bankers QeMeresltr SaW nor I did not take it up Ha Insisted saaadoaaa tn MID UOTWO UlUCr of all Blood Diseases and BMIAW or remediesIUk Vfllllfcfailed 8 STW1 ggggaaaaaaaaVf fmtmmmm In a chapter of reminiscence of Von on my doing so ment S have Mpnsa oSMs a4 aaaweTaBaaaVSaVrZe Bunsen and his friends In The Oen SBaaaaaaaBaaaaaaeflsA if fwaa psvSfsCu always promptly readies and ouret i Put down my simple ones be said Hrfsary k aaaaaaaBaaaaaaa tury the Hon John Blgelew tails this disoasawhare the blood lain any way Involv flume fhfl 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a bulldog fighter too and he placed the troops in position to hold the town and sent word to Meade that Gettysburg was the place to fight not some point in the rear of it like Pipe creek Of course the Confederates marched up at the sound of the guns to back up Hill and his wounded bulldog Swell at Gettysburg initiated the was there for that purpose expressly General Heths division Confederate march to Gettysburg and and Lee sent Lungstreet forward to the Longntreets original destiit was done primarily on Heths own same end been Cashtown the same as independent decision He drew Lees nation luul whole army in that direction contrary Swells und be was beiug held back in to previous plans and the Federal army order that he might deflect southward was compelled to go there or leave the to guard Home of the lower gups in South uionutuiu providing Meade at Â¬ field to Lee Heth was General A P tempted break Hills bulldog fighter Hill won for him- Â¬ Longstreet to got up through westward two divisions the self the nickname Fiery and he had of the 2d and it is idle to say Jackbeen the right arm of Stonewall Sorning up pursuant to Lees or- Â¬ son Jackson had his name on his lips ders of the 20th for an eastward movewhen he died In his last hour he fan- Â¬ cied that He was in battle and called ment since he marched but 20 miles in all out A P Hill prepare for action Wben Lee saw how the First and Jacksons death at Chancellorsville brought Heth to the front as Hills suc- Â¬ Eleventh Federal corps had suffered in cessor for Hill took Jacksons corps and their encounter with Hill and Swell the Heth Hills own division Heth was first day and that they had been driven wounded at Chancellorsville but recov Â¬ back to the heights behind the town ered in time to lead a division into heights which although they provedÂ¬ Pennsylvania a month later and for- impregnable to assault might be flank tune placed him at the poet of honor ed he decided to risk all in an effort to destroy tbe Army of the Potomac What when the hour for action struck followed is threadbare history Meade and some of his generals wished to re- Â¬ First blood was drawn at Gettysburg treat and draw Lee back to a better on the 1st of July but that was not the field for their purposes but a few voted first appearance of the Confederates Stay and fight it out Stay they did there During the closing days of June and fight they did but they did not the Federal army under Meade was fight because Meade wanted to They marching north through Maryland in staid because It was risky to retret in the general direction of Gettysburg be Â¬ the face of Lee and fought because Lee cause the roads led that way Two out forced it upon them Lee forced it as of seven of the corps were sent slowly an afterthought for he saw that with Â¬ toward the town but only as an ad the armies confronted and the enemy vance guard to be ready to ward off an half whipped in battle and as good as attack while the main force would be half whipped by its faulty position there getting into position to cover the capi- Â¬ was a chance for success But for Heth tal and Baltimore In fact Meade had Meade would have awaited Lee between planned a battle to be fought at Pipe Gettysburg and Baltimore and Lee ereek southeast of Gettysburg in case would have waited for Meade to divide Lee threatened Washington on bis re Â¬ his army in striking at some of the turn march from the Susquehanna mountain gaps westward to reach his That Lee would fight before striking Harrisburg was not thought of- - in Meades camp Tin til the battle was ao tnally on And the same idea prevailed la Lees army for on the 38th of June SBBsPCsnaSr the corps of Longstreet and Hill which were with Lee were under orders to march on Harrisburg where they would meet the advance guard under Swell AU this was suddenly ohanged on the 80th of June when Lee learned the whereabouts of Meades army that is that it was north of the Potomac With Meade in Maryland and southern Penn Â¬ sylvania Lees communications back to the Potomac were in danger It was unsafe to march to the Susquehanna aad leave the enemy on his flank and rear He directed the two corps with him at Chambergburg to march east Â¬ ward aad Swells corps to countermarch from Carlisle All three were directed amrnnu kbnmy arm a s x to march on Cashtown at the eastern base of the mountain In order to reach line of communication Tbe campaign Â¬ there Swell had to march in a general might have ended in waiting and spar ring Just as it did at the Potomac two direction west It has been said that Â¬ Lee wished to threaten Baltimore in weeks later and at Mine ran the No from attacking vember following order to hold Meade off hi oonnnnloationi In that case Swell Heth ended his war oareer gloriously moved eastward from Car ahomld with tbe Army of Northern Virginia Uafeaad than Longstreet and Hill would His division fought in Picketts charge haw 3ftfatfl W east of Gettysburg at Gettysburg in the Wilderness and Lee was concentrating east of the at Spottaylvania In every one of the Mountains in order to protect the gaps desperate attacks made by Hills corps JMt as ha bad attempted to do the year upon Grants line south of Petersburg Mora while engaged In the same kind Heth was a master spirit Ha bad a of novasiant part in giving Hancock his bittor defeat the Maryland invasion of IMS was at Reams Station in August M aMtamt to areas into Pennsylvania Before becoming identintd with Hills the bo4 by the fighting division Beth aarvad in the Jmt was west It was his division of Braggs in Â¬ asaeays liirtneja vHHote I aware of lthe Meral asaaJas stormed vading army which ia September 1809 Mm gaps In Bratf mountain and forced marched to Covington Ky to threaten Mas to battler- - Ha was beaten and the Cincinnati on the other bank of the campaign ended In dissatat all because Ohio Grant had known Heth in Mex- Â¬ of Ma overconfldeaca in trusting the ico in fact they had ionght in the gaps t focoea too weak to atand off his same command At Appomattox he was one of the first of the southern leaders to Grants headquarters for a So tte amtaa stood on the loth of Invited the surrender hotti waiting tor the other to aoolal handshake after appointed Heth Jane Grant while president Mho aaetvat atava on thaebaaker board since that ww TkM day Heths division to a lucrative position and and most a well paid Crop 0aatown to Qottysbtuf time be nas been marohai efooieni servant of the nation In this wMc to get Itiaet he has bean rewarded for VathreMirg waa way1 at unwittingly Jaare aajMa bat with soldierly having nlSpew aFOojiBnw tsavaMPnv av eavaaaSSa v aianaw seal brought on the battle which more CbhJ troops bat his cavalry which than any other one decided the outcome on hWat let Jab Staarts Con- Gaoaaa L Kiuua Jtfte icjflaf troobata dashed into af the war Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ place of be- Â¬ ing condemned should be thank- Â¬ ed for having brought on the decisive issue at Gettysburg Then what shall be said of the soldier whose aggressiveness really led to that decisive encounter between giants It happens that he was a Con- Â¬ federate General Henry Heth and at his death very recently no eulogist of his martial oareer mentioned the exploit in through Lincolnsonrt rejoinder to scathing criticism of Sickles so called faulty angle for- Â¬ mation at the peach Orchard that the general Â¬ Â¬ glory BN SICKLB8 gained no little he JUD was marching on the lattor plaoe Swell turned his oorps from laa southwestern march to the southeast and brought up on the flank of Hill on seminary ridge three miles from GetÂ¬ tysburg about noon or jnat as Heth was staggering back and bleeding tar rtbly from his encounter with the ad rattoe corps or tue rmy or the rotomao It was Reynolds First oorps of Meades army which had given Heth bis bloody reception on his second atÂ¬ tempt to enter Gettysburg and Bern- okle was there simply because the cav- Â¬ alry which caught sight of Heth the day before had reported back to him the presence of the enemy Going beyond his orders Reynolds marched to and through Gettysburg and out on the road which Heth had taken westward the So it came about that day before Reynolds advance division met Heths Tenneawoans Missies ppians and Virginians along Willoughby run on the Cashtown road where the great battle opened in the forenoon of Jnly 1 Heths attack upon Reynolds was a terrific onslaught but he was compelled to charge across a creek and meet troops in position on high ground and support Â¬ ed by batteries He was checked but with another division in the second line be attacked ugnin and the ground on Seminary ridge was fought for all day with appalling slaughter on both sides Reynolds was killed and Heth fell wounded Before Reynolds was killed he sent word back to Howard who was miles south of Gettysburg to oome up for there was a fight on Howard got up in time to check Swell before he could pass Reynolds corps by the flank and get into the town Howard had sent word back to the generals waiting south of GettyHbnrg for developments and before night on July I Hickles with his Third corps and iIocnni with his Twelfth were at Gettysburg called there by the fight which Heth hud put up against Reynolds Â¬ KMth increasing ijira to urinate with scald ing sensation in passing small quantitit i being passed with difficulty sometime necessary to draw it with instrument It uric acid or gravel has formed it wil prove dangerous if negleoted The Third ptnge is Brlghls Dist aH There is comfort in knowing that I Kilmer the great kidney aud hlxdde specialist has discovered a remedy fdin ous for its msrvelous cures of the mot distressing csss and known as Dr Kilmers Swamp Root It is sold bv all druggists As a proof of the wonderlul virtues o this great discovery Swamp Root a sam pie bottle and book of valuable infor mation will be sent absolutely frre h mail on application to Dr Kilmer A Co Binghamton N Y writlnp Wiicu kindlv mention that you read this liber al offer in the Bkkckbkhidos Nkws For several yeara my health was miserable I suffered the most dread Â¬ ful pains and waa almost on tbe verge of insanity I consulted one of the COURSES AND TUITION beat physlolans in New York and be 1 75 per month Primary 8 0 per month Seientlilo pronounced my disease a fibroid tumor 2 60 30 Olassloal Intermediate Asa nun fur rhuiiniaism Chamber advising an operation without delay 8 SO W Musle Preparatory bvna Pain Hslm in gaining a wide repu saying that it waa my only chance for 3 80 Teaohers Board 175 to IS X per weak life Other doctors prescribed strong I n Johnson of Richmond tatinn M and violent medicine and one said I luri ha hern troubled with that ail For further information and catalog1 address waa incurable another told me my mentrt nor 1862 In peaking of it he only salvation waa galvanio batteries D S ROBERTS scy I river found anv thing that which I tried but nothing relieved me A B inouM rfllt va m until I usrd ChamberOne day a friend oalled and begged mo HARDINSBURG KY lains Pain Tlalm It sots like manic to toy Lydla E Pinkhams Vegetable w ith inf Mv foot vnw swollen and pain- Compound I began ita use and took several bottles From the very first ing me vrrj much but one good appli cation of Pain Balm relieved me For bottle there was a wonderful ohange for the better The tumor has disapÂ¬ ssh by A It Fishrr peared entirely and my old spirits have returned I heartily recommend your A Quaint DnRllah Ceremony On the last day of each October the medicine to all suffering women Mas Van Clkft 410 Saundbbs Ays city solicitor of London with an asJhbsky City Heights IT J sistant ntttmtls upon the royal remembrancer when by proclamation the BALLTOWN tenants and occupiers of a piece of waste ground culled the moors In the county of Salop are commanded to Hogs have suffered greatly during the cotm forth and do your service upon 5E recent cold wave pain iid ju rll thnt shall fall thereon W H Wethlngton spent a few days in The solicitor chopx In halven two fagots ono with n hntchet aud tho other Daviess county recently with a billhook Afterward comes the MissKatieWethington and Iter brother summons to the tenants etc of a cer- Â¬ atended church at Oloverpurt Sunday tain tenement with a forge In the Mies Nellie Whitnhouse entertained Strand and the payment of six horseshoes with 01 shoe nails by the so- several of her friends Saturday evening licitor This forge has long ceased to Farmers are delivering tobacco at very be and the same shoes Und nails are fair prices This always makes flourishyear nfter yonr the shoes being used ing times nt least two centuries old Miss Pearl Fella who has charge of the Pugah school whs the guest of Miss Ida What Shall We Do Frank Sunday A fine girl brightens tho home of Mr A parlous and ihinxernus disease precountry darg rous brcaus and Mr p Edward Hiuton oi liaechfork vails in this It arrived the 20lh iin so decepiv SEND US It comes on so slowly ftytofiraHaMaiTOPiffiBixM Ilk lOO aDdwtUlteadMUUtff Cutlklxil aat aad Mad la A protrautfd meeting liai closed at is often firmly seaUl Burrlytlnl fllatJrlt IEl UOTHU ACaK qtlKIN PiKWB OHtilH bjfrrltklU taagaTdsBaf It at yourneareit frelgnt iiailaatlM You forn we up tiwmt of it Pisgah church with six additions The audit you and It oan eiamlne represented equal to organsdepot REKVi that exactly aa youever saw to S1UUOO thevreateat The name of thin iHat which nia immersioas will taku plaoe the Second retail at T500organa adrerilwd by other Talue more money and pay at far better than daya our divided Into llin distinct stages ic Sunday in December There is also a the freight agent I0K ipeelal 00 charge offer prloe S3I7S and f relgbt lea the 1100 or Fust Kith y tumuli imluated by pali meeting in progress at Oive Springs S3I75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS PRICE l2h in llie bark iheumntisiu lumbsgo fr Orgau drummers Hie getting in their JdbTatktrs Huch an offer waa neTcr made berbre prUaeairr tneaioitUlHlDLIAilDSirsITIgT THE qlent desire to urinate often with Among those luiiuACME QUEEN Uone of mo iuuuuuuuiuwiiiuoa work in this community cfuiu laiiraHtais er aisa ClaTawaraaVjbaa aafJaTaKfki 1 V aTj9aTrr7TM aaBBajamw airect xrom burning runsstion the flw of urine b Mr James II entf rareuappearance a pnoroRrapauu can lona aoioa laeaui in who have puruhacovl Rro Ataae iron eouu qnaricr uwea oeautitai oak antique flnUtuliandaomcly decorated aiidornanien ted int copious r fesnt with strong odor Keenan Mrs 0 Ii Pate and Miss Nellie latest lSUU at Tie Till 1CIK QCU3I la 0 feet 6 Inchea hlgb con U inches long Is Inebea wide and weighs MOpounds If allow lo advance this reaches tl All uto Hamilton organs Whittihotise tains OCtaTeS 11 Slops aa lOUOWSI uiapuva rnacipai ladla CalatU Creaitaa Bus Ceapler TnM OalelMa Second singe or Bladder trouble will DUpetta rrt aad Toi Huul S OaUtf Ceaplira rlously failed to note tbe Ceapler We liavd Batl OrtbMtral Taaad lTfiaflmll lSraadOrfaa 8wll SHfmf9fSS0rBBBm heavy pali in the abdomen low dowr death of the infant child of Mr and Mrs MaaUrrrtpaqaalltjilMib BI Pr8Mt Hclodla Sat of II lhr ljl BrlllUatCalacU Betda 1 Bet ar between tlo navel and water pasesKW JoMph Wist which uocurmd a few weeks Bwei Billow SatMlaWipuwRarda I Bat af II PlMlf II Blek Â¬ One of the dlfltcnlt problems In pmo tteal mechanics ia to make a straight now difficult it la may be edge Jadgad from an Incident which occur red In the shops of J A Brasuear the A astronomical Instrument maker customer asked Mr Brasbear what would be the price of a perfect straight edge of glaas M Inches long It cant be made absolutely perfect said Mr Draabear but It could probably be mad with a limit of error amounting to only a fraction of a wave length of light How much would that cost About 4O0O0r It turned out that the customer wanted the straight edge for a scraper and that nn error of one sixty fourth of an luch would have been Insensible for bis purpose Youths Companion Prlae Per 8tmla4tiM SkK Wonwn Ativtatd to S k Advice of Mrs PinKham Ustraa m km mmkham tut Mt I bad innammation and iniUmg of iba womb and innammattoa of erarias and waa in great pain I took asadlelna prescribed by a physician bat ii did ma no good Atlaatlbaard of Lydla S Pinkhams Vegetable Com Â¬ pound and after using it faithfully I am thankful to say I am a wall woman X would advise all suffering woman to aeak advke of Mrs Plnkfcam Mb G H OacATTBLL QnAirr Pass Iix KHKKKHD THE BRECKENRIDGE HARD1NSBURG Instructor Practical NORMAL COLLEGE KY 4 1899 Mm In H Utii ti Ci ThM Oar Effctt Jaw 18 Wfi9 Ma 44 No 8 Wpw 146a a 8I11 3 28 39 XAarr MOUM0 4 First Term of Five Months Begins September ItlMh avaasvM nn WWlhlNCtaMi L lf thorough and MUinaUctio man and women No aohool in this seotion of the State oflVirn snparior induoament SJJ Mini Owiustei Pates v Bnman 3 44 wn far RoeltpoVt last h i 0 400 us 43l 430 4 60 Lewiefert Valeni Perrt HawasrHtl feCnttm Swap Tetl Chy Geeerpert Holt AdMiMa IMeree 49 600 SOB s 48 607 638 643 6 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Home Jeweler T C LEWIS Hardinsburg Ky amBSBBSBagEfflsaBaiaaBBESBSBBaBBsBBgfflgBgBBggi City Council The City Council met Monday night at the City Hall to dispose of the months business All the members of the ooun cil and Mayor were present The usual routine of business was immediately en Â¬ tered upon after the house was called to order by Mayor Barry There were no reports from the various committees and then the disposal of claims and accounts was next on docket The Mayor asked for any petition that might be desired to be put before the body There were none Mike Fopham Felix Elder and Boyd andMattingly made application for saloon license Their application was defered until there adjourned meet ing which will be about Dec 20 The local oplon election comes off the lith of this month and it is on this account the license were not granted- - The vote stood as follows Counciluien Skillman Gregory and Lilian affirmative Conrad Haynes and Oelze negative Mayor Barry had the deciding vote which was cast for local option The meeting was largely attended and many were there for the purpose of hearing much discuss ion over the pending question Basham Hendry Brwlvyyillk Ky Dec C Special Mr G Taylor Bueham and Miss Janie Ileudry of Raymond were married at the home of the brides parents at noon on Thanksgiving The bridal dress was of lovely blue texture with white trimming After the oeremony the com pany were served to an elegant dinner and then the happy couple repaired to the home of the groom Â¬ Â¬ Entertained at Henderson Mrs Joseph Clore entertained at progressive euchre in a most delightful manner in honnor of Miss Alice Y Dixon and gueete Miss Eva Young of MorgaDfield and Miss Minnie Murray of Salt Lake City Ex ceedingly delicious refreshments were served Henderson Gleaner On last Friday afternoon Happy June Furrow is the happiest young farmer in the neighborhood of Holt He was presented with a fine bounoing girl last Friday Both Sick Misses Lee and Sue McGavook daugh Â¬ ters of Mr and Mrs Thos McGavook are both confined to their bed with ty- Â¬ phoid feyer Â¬ Good Prices H 8 Bowman sold his crop of Hurley tobacco to W C Moorman Gleudeane at 7 7 and 2 It was weighed at the barn He has about 1500 pounds of good red tobacco yet to sell and have facilities for handling large quantities of the weed I see that your Norton Valley corres Â¬ A small boy pondent last week said defined a school teaoher as A five day growler and a Sunday night prowler The definition is native Utopian Three or four years ago an Ohio paper offered a prize ol 6 for the best original defini Â¬ The talented young tion of teacher Henry Moorman now a law student in was in school here Al Owensboro ways ready for fun he gave the defini- Â¬ tion quoted above This Bohool sent a good many responses to the oner nearly half that were published in the paper Miss Mary were sent from Glendeane Peyton sent a very beautiful one one whioh I thought would receive the priie Several No reward was ever made months later I wrote to the publishers and they replied that the oommittee had Nothing not yet decided who won more was ever said about it Young Moormans definition has been copied a good many times In and around Glendeane Thanks- Â¬ giving thinned the turkeys frightened the quail and produced pumpkin pies and other good eatables to tickle the greatest epicure Your scribe knows about the victuals for he did eat LEWISPORT H L Meyers Dr T J Martin and J went to Hawesville Monday of Tobe Brown and Linn Woods Grandvlew were in town last week Mise Sallie Lamar of Utility visited relatives and friends here last week Finest line ot toilet soap ever brought to Lewisport at H Lr Myers fc Cos Phil White late of Utility has moved into the Roberts property on Market W Boston street Not Expected to Live Hardinsburg Ky Dec 5 Special Mr Richard May who has been sick for so long ie very low and not expected to live Pneumonia Lee Vandergrift of Step hensport who has been ill of pneumonia for so rue days is not expected to live Scotch Granite Monument S Keith Son have just received a Scotch granite monument direct from the quarries in Scotlanb to Cloverport also three granite monuments from Concord New Â¬ Hampshire This firm buy their granite and marble direct from the quarries and have the best of workmen When you want any monumental work give them a call and save money Syrup Never Disapthose who um it for obstinate coughs cold and Irritation of the threat and lung It land unrivaled a a remedy for throat and lung diaeasbold by all druf gists at 2t cent point Dr Bulls Caugh Â¬ - Bed room and dragging room papers The fr wheat and daintiest delicate ribbon stripes are some of the attractive patterns All mail orders shall receive prompt attention T F SAWYER CLOVERPORT Mr and Mrs Jeff Owen spent lest week at his fathers in the country GLENDtANE There will be a petition sent to Rep resentative Haswell for tbe passage to Moorman Hardaway came down from of a law authorizing the state pay a bounty on fox scalps And why Bewleyville Monday The state has bad suou a law V R Moorman and son Walter visit- Â¬ not Other Btateshave it and our foxee are as ed at Millwood last week whose scalps Miss Hallie Moorman and Miss Fannie mischief making as any were ever paid for Tbe mountainous Groves Bpent Sunday at Fordsville Henry Moorman Sr has gone to Lou- Â¬ part of the state suffers great loss every The year from the ravages of Reynard isville for bis second year in dentistry last Legislature failed to pass a bill of Rain Sunday kept Bro Miller of Falls was Introduced of Rough from meeting his appoint- Â¬ this kind although one by an able mountaineer who vividly ment here of exposed poulMr Horace Hunter of McDaniels was pictured the condition try lambs pigs etc The love of fox Â¬ here Saturday on his way home from hunting coupled with remuneration for Ruth the work will tend toward the exterminTwo Messrs Bratcbers near Leitch ation of these and other varmints In field were visiting Mr Ike Owen last these days of quiet following the months week some Â¬ Mrs A R Fisher returned to Clover of political excitement we want thing to arouse us to activity This law port Saturday after a visit at Mr Char- Â¬ will give an impetus to hunting and furÂ¬ ley Fishers Charley Dean sold Robertson Bros nish music to delight many a lover of twenty two head of cattle averaging 1810 the chase lbs at 5 ots Thanksgiving House Party Mr Curtis says that the railroad and Misses Gola Orendorf Annie Clay t xpress receipts were heavy at this plaee oomb Ada Henderson Mr and Mrs for November Miss Mary Moorman spent Thursday John K McGavook and Mr Richardson and Kriday in Lexington the of Olavoomb all of Webster were the guests of Miss Luey McGavook at Maple her brother Robert Grove from Wednesday until Monday Mr and Mrs George Short Game out It was a merry party and the Thanks from Cloverport Thanksgiving and vis giving holidays were pleasantly spent ited at Mr Charley Robertsons Miss Ella Robertson aeoompanied by Eh lads GeMth Syrus sure evsr Miss Mary Moorman earns out from theraost stubborn cold a well a all It ceotpilca Cloverport Wednesday and remained till lions ticklfef in the throat husky vofca awl vio Sunday Imt coughingIt is the MM wonderful radiis Mr Willie Owen earns home Friday acieacc hoe produced night after a Ave months absence in iMOwaewkero Again eastern Kentucky He rode through Irom Jackson county reaching home at Mr Frank Boyd of tbe revenue ser Â¬ the end of the fourth day vice who has been assigned to the rec Wick Moorman and a Mr Phelps of tifiers at Fadueah foi thirty days has Louisville are here buying tobaroo returned and will be assigned to duty here Owensboro Messenger They have rented Deans Warehouse Â¬ gut et - KO WFOR SANTA CLAUS The magnetic attraction of our Holiday Goods and low prions push the old man aside We are proud of our bar gains for Christmas buyers No matter how hard you are to suit ws au suit you In new and beautiful selections of IrVmmmwmlmWtuln isyilll ysgggB l lllrSBBBBBBBsH erelJJ gggygPTTT Watches Clocks Silvtrwart Konltiit Jewelry Etc fflilflraHnfl INt JrSBHUtV iPBBMrf lrMl jW rSBBIlllW Fl ST R JL TrSBfl W J Our tsMk If wall aesorUd and comprises the greatest gathering of desirable merohnadiso You art cordially invited to oome and see what w we haw era ofltrexl our holiday patrons AU that it newest and bH awaits your Tsiptfftiim can do or yon tafore you look tlMwhtn and approval and the prioai on all onr goods aa axtrsjnsly low P N DHUY Cloverport Ky S llfllir G O Patterson N S Greathouee and Jge wiiauss Dave Duncan of Hawesville attended dayof Noveaber A6 Boo THUS SPEED Clerk the A O TJ W supper By DUDLEY LINDbKY Deputy Clerk O all and see our beautiful line of box stationery Nothing more acceptable for Mrs Thos Northern Co a present H L Myers W H Slues and Robert 81 pes of Han Tom Lynob of Louisville formerly SALE OF VALUABLE LAND station agent herrateame down Wednes Â¬ cock county went to Bewley ville Mon Â¬ day to see their sister Mrs Thomas day night to spend Thanksgiving Dr R Homan Taylor the popular Northern whois quite ill Mrs North Â¬ A rare ohanoeT to obtain a younjc dentist of Owensboro was here ern is 78 years old good and well improved farm last week on his regular professional A Mistake trip of three hundred and eighty In last weeks issue it was stated that James Ayers who bas been very ill of the local option election would take five acres well timbered and typhoid fever for several months is now place Saturday Deo lUth and it should much improved and his ultimate recov Â¬ have read Tuesday Dec 19h within three miles of the oity ery is confidently expected ofOloverport Ky and near the Dr Belts CeHgh Syrup Ie the reateay es The supper given bv tbe loeal lo Igd which ye can depend for the cure of a protracted A O TJ W at Odd Fellows Hall on cough Tar Springs As the adminis Â¬ or lung affection brought o by exposure Thanksgiving night was a complete suo andoeld It ie the most excellent medkine soM trator of tbe estate of Peter oees in every respect and rt fleets great A bottle coats only s coats credit on the members who spared no Dhonau deceased I will offer Two Yearlings efforts to make the oooaslon pleasant for Glarenee MeGlothlan of Irvington 70 was those who attended About at private sale the foregoing bot- Â¬ sold to Frank Garter two yearlings and realised tract ofland en easy terms to a Mr Shafer who oooapiee the Parker a suokiug ealf for f8 property on Water street whioh he re Â¬ good and reliable purchaser cently purchased is very low of typhoid For particulars call on me at Open about the 10th fever and his reoovery is said to be doubtful Cloverport Ky or address It is doubtful if ever before there has me by mail been as much sickness in and around Lewisport as at preeent Typhoid fever MlOHABL HAKMAN Mrs H Y Duncan who has been is the prevalent malady and the doctors gradually disposing of her stock of seem to be able to cope with it success- Â¬ Millinery goods will olose her doors fully as is evidenced by the small per- Â¬ on the 18th of this month Her centage of deaths Can it be that ad Â¬ WITH MaMtlon this prices are now within tbe reach of vanced medicine is a failure and we will aaoutaMaajaw as and wtwlllseadToaSM MMM everybody again have to resort to bleeding and Her redactions ar U1UIMHIUUT Ullll HlNUHaBUUUrWfc o m eajMt at mart um Ton can limine it at your nearest Trelaht depot marvelous leeches T aeaasBB Ia m sain seaslle nrtlm UjitIm kick uSeoOO u Till She lias Quills ia all colors at one Mr It H Holland batter known as TKK HE1BD Of MUTEST sJUiAU IOI and two oenls apieee Uncle Jerry died last Thursday at lx nil fKlirhft flhwmL Th mmhin wlni esotsfor each SMralle 1J pounds and th freight will arerace m as the result of a fall be sustained T THMI MONTHS TstlALla joor own we return Tour llf So anj day jou ar not satisfied J mII Sir IS on the Monday previous Mist am al 1000 SI I Mr Holland kraal Mi awta MMfekM CsutoiM fall lmeoaa as all rM iritod U 0r at 10 cents a bunoh Her ribbons was widely known and while he had M SIS SO far tfcta DROP DEIS In OABIWET aUKOXOX la trie greatest Talus over oOarea or any house are reduoed ia the same proportion some traits that were sot naleolated to - afafsBal BEWAWg QF II HTATPW frrSp7SS ad- - HI I render him popular with the masses Tertlsraents often i eakaava niNm oader various names with sf OafJL I aas km whs as nssi faaaaaaaaaaaawasBs various laduocnunn Writ im Meae ra Oalisas Bsni t w those who knew him beet were aware Sal I IIIUIU AID WHO 11 SOT bas every aosrnnr urmeviUTT that under a rough exterior he possessed I roin or WITH TBI iriai SUCHMI BUM araaT mail -- MB B1M There are only a few trimmed hats left wncn or soss u a warm heart whleh was never elosed ad by tub best AaiaVKiM Ammtuv Al -in her stock and those she offers to aaiaai the to the appeal of the worthy poor Mr SOUP QUAHTER 8AWED OAK g tbe publio at wonderfully low flgnras Holland was 90 yean ol age and haa run rautsis one luustrauoa snows machine niimaiaa sue nlncr from ilffhtl to ha used a a Mater laU aUmA or las lee They range from 60 cents to 2 00 been a resident of Hanooek oounty for full and tm withUlJ Ilength Uble lnm head In elao for eewiajej 4 ajajf aas aUlM erawar Mngasea aae Mrs Duncan wil positively close carvad paaswia about forty years deeuraiod oaMnet flnlsh Onast nloaal drawer rwlKraataeat aas her establishment on tbe lstb so iron Beano lOMl 1 I saTlssflMIM IfXIi shu this opportunity will be before tbe 7 IslslVlJ m afjrataV aftt IDTWM HARDINSBURG liberator soasaly eaaaaaTSwi people for ten days only oarrlar pawnt uaedle bar Detent dreeru ardhaadls and euariM sad SMeUraSy VXOaTXX sanklisasssira ataeaaMeaaaabW fiUStlNTIIO Ik Iktua naakje bM ear Viae Miss Green of tbe Falls ol Bonch ute BTCry keaaUeehiMatlfarakh4 sad Jest howaayoneoan run it and do sjtaer plala or aar is visiting Mr and Mrs M H Beard a BO YmAXar Biworsro OuaSabttbB- B ssat ajtaiamira MraBramsMfl This obaeoe bat oall and avail IT COSTS YOU NOTHINQ Mr and Mrs A B SkiUmaa of Clo Â¬ to eSOOQ and taea It eoavlnsi yea areisvlai SSaSS yourself ol these aabeerd of verport were here a few days last week seer Iwtakt aatai Ik TositlM TOfJa SUM Co areiaorouchly rllasVsmite yeaeSBasV atsj Hsl ear aaae wllkis Bess 16B0 32tta asf bargains aetiilliail OlSiBTU sit rHiT HUT sears Roebuck visiting Mr and Mm M H Beard Assnss SEARS ROEBUCK OhloeMp no Mrs Abe Morris ol Big Spring B here last week visiting her brother iMjvr iiuratw oopee i The Demoerals still dealer for 18 to V but we pay the beet asoaey ia tbe world i the eleanolear sash for aanai Balitaiai Mr Parbam who baa had eharga ol Use brlek hotel here for some monika haa giJM it up and will go to Jrayaon Mrs Mary Ford of QWgow oounty aaoeeeda Mr Parbam ae proprietor of tbe property and if she wilt try to Improve it and give tbe public still better aoeommasiatioita than tbejr bavebad there heretofore Mrs Ford oonves from a good town and ia thorough Â¬ ly aoqnalnted wilb Um hotel bonnets hariDaT followed it for aaral vuara Acoompanyiu Mr Fo d is bet daugh Â¬ ter Mite Litis Mrs Mumll Mit Lyada Nuck U and Mia Fannie B Xdmooda lira Ford is a sister ol Mr W T Edmonds who travels for Oner bMkar Uilaaore Co Tbe News Is to weloune these ladies as realdeata oi tbe town and hopes they may anoeeed In tbe hotel boHassa Watch for onr Christmas goods aboot the tUtesssth Jfieiipse Grooary There will be Quarterly meeting at the M B church neat Saturday and Sunday The Eclipse Grocery will eell yon full stock mans work hoe at 1 10 A good pair of jxaas pants for 76tla Â¬ A fall line of fur and plash lap robes at Haswells Always a fresh line of cakes and bread at Haswells A full line of mens saddles harness and breeching at Haswells Haswells Christmas goods are open The nicest line of dolls ohina and glass ware and all kinds of toys fancy and A full line of groceries etapel Haswells Mr Harrison said good roads must be kept dry and they should have a good Wm G Haswell and wife spent never al days in the oity selecting Ohrietmas goods for John P Haswell Sr which he will take pleaeure in thowing to all Ho Hoe is Bankrastey A Big Contract IK THK DISTRICT COUKT OT THE VMITtD TAT FOB THE DimtlCT OP KMTUCKY IH BANK mrr rcv owruretotto division la the Matterof BLVIN FRKNCH In BeBktafHcy a Bankrupt On tkU JSth day ot Xoveaber A D lleo oa coaeidoflitt the petition of the aiweeeM bantropt- fot dbcliargeflMon th agta day ol November A U ijg It I ordered by the court that a hear-tag be had upon ibe aamo oa the ajrd day of Decem Â¬ ber A D itoa before aid cowl at the federal Court Hall at LouieWlle Kv hi Mid ditrlct atio ocIock in ihe lorenoon or as near thereto as prac- Â¬ ticable and that xotioe thereof be published one time ia the Ureckeoiklge News a newspaper printed in said district and that all known credit Â¬ ors and other person in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause If any hey have why tbe ptayef ot said petitioner should not M granted trie xtonoraoio Trailer I ol nid court ana tne seal tnereoi ai said district on the aSth at n t riAnaii nf Tjuiiiu wfes v u wiunnii ui uvtiifSTiiiwi in town last week He was aoobatpanird My Mr j u ronton oi jnsberviiie imi who is stone contractor for the Southern Railway Mr Fenton will parehas from Mr Cornwall 2000 yards of stone if It proves substantial for bis class of work Should this coutraot be olosed It will givs employment to something near fifty men - I Holiday Goods Candies Fruits Fire Works Ve have bought direct from the manufacturer and can give you tom prices THE LAST CHANCE THE ECLIPSE 3END NO MONEY Jr 0lr TB ta ttSIIE I HATS ggBIIBnifsar ran IBSHrf B afaSM cbit bh Tmi I DONT NEGLECT Mm sJ toaa-- wl PT WATCH FOR OUR NEXT WEEK ADVERTISEMENT BARGAINS WILL ld If US HESTON WILLIS CO CLOVEEPORT KENTUCKY mllstlWlll III l nsfl1ifsattiisaalTlsa