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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f23l pAsa 56 COIUMNS MIIMMHMMI4MIM twww syffff r rv wnvT f njw fr6 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS AL-I-- v 8 PAGES 56 COLUMNS - j THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT NO 24 xE XXIV HARDIKMURQ CLOVEKPOET KENTUCKY WEDNKS DAY DECEMBER 27 1899 ested In tba enthusiasm abown In the matter especially by tba woman of the town Charles himself Is not a total ab Â¬ Viator Bowmer is at boma from Louis Â¬ stainer but ha said the woman wan ville doing a good work for temperance in Patrick Dillon waat to Olovarport last Oloverport Saturday Dont be selfish and stinsy the prosÂ¬ Un Mat Payne waa ia Iowa snooping perous bolidar times Cultivate the Treacherous Revenge of Gang a last Tuesday spirit of Hiring and of helpfulness to Mr Qraham Eekridgs ia at noma your neighbors and friends While you of onihiners to spend the holidays an enjoying a number of nice thing The glad daya are ban Joyous Christ that came from alar perhaps and which i it took a great deal of moos to buy um days for oblldren LOCATED AND CAPTURED Jeff Dillon ia at home from Evaosvllle just remember that across the way some one may be less fortunate Times It is lad to spend the holidays true an not what It need to be but how A nlee line of mans all wool pants go Â¬ easily we can make the present seem HARDimttjio KT Dec 28 Special j ing at f 126 Ecll pee Grocery akin to those old daya If we could get our Bill Taylor tha crack moonshiner who Herbert Beard returned borne last hearts right was arrested and taken from this place week from Colorado Springs to Louisville ek has been operat Â¬ KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Ban Hook came home from Branden Â¬ ing illicit dstl rles in Breckenrtdge burg Isat week to spend Christmas and Htrdin ooupties for the past Alteon A fine grade of New Orleans molasses Conditions of Crops and Live Stock years Bill has been a hard one for the December ist 1899 just received at the Eclipse Grocery ofBceia to handle Ho hae been arrested Replies were received this month from a number ol time and served out sev- Â¬ Rev W B Sneed has been conducting 142 correspondents representing 102 eral terms in the penitentiary but every a very successful meeting at Sample time he gets out he reentries his old Our merchants did a fine business last counties WHEAT The favorable weather of trade Saturday in the sale of holiday goods November haa advanced the condition Uncle Sams officers were slow in locat Â¬ Our bird hunters are putting in all of of wheat from 97 on November 1st to 104 ing him this time but they dually suc- Â¬ before the bird law expires their time ou December 1st These estimates are ceeded He spread tha reiwrt that he Â¬ Jean Kskridge came up from Hender exclusive of the counties composing the son last Saturday and returned Tues southeastern section where litte atten- Â¬ had left the State and a great many thought he hail but aorne parties got day tion is given to wheat growing The av Â¬ wlud of a moonehlne distillery un about Bud Hook aud family cams up from erage condition for the western section Hudaonville and they began to get on the Falls of Bough to spend Christmas is 105 for the central 102 The improveBills trail again here ment is most marksd in those oounties The Oundiffi in the edge of Har- Â¬ If you dont see it down the street we reporting an average or below average din haye been ojjr fterror to the moon Â¬ Very few of the Know you can find It at the Eclipse Gro- Â¬ oondition last month gang It seams that one of the oounties where the condition was phe- Â¬ shine cery Cuudiffs Jeff 1 ve acts as a sort of 01d Santa Glaus has a heart that is nomenally high in last report show an a detective among era Last week in boundless therefore draw on him for in or ease in condition nee against J fit The earlist wheat is generally infested order to reap this week to a houM which they went one with fly the damage In some instances The death of D L Moody removes amounting to total loss This however they thought be to him and put a from us one of the greatest Eyangelists lot of dynamiteit and blew it up will have little effect on acreage as re of the age M in there and they sowing has been the rule It is estimated They thought t proved to be the Some people in this world like that that 13 peroentof the acreage in the would get him 1 G N Onndiff a little game The Power of Money central Motions is damaged by fly or property 01 weJ acher G N is a mighty well Insects while in the western sec local Presbyter other never had any Old Santa Glaus baa come and gone tion but 8 per oent of the acreage is cousin of Jeffs log on the moon thing to do wit making the homes and hearts of many affected But nt like them de- children happy The growth of the plant where free shinere and it he were to stroylng his Prof Roberts and wife left last Satur Â¬ from insect pasta is very rank and grazbe trouble G N meet them the Â¬ day for their home in Meade county to ing is being generally resorted to to pre is a preacher but his Cousin Jeff vent it reaching a stage when damage spend Ohristmae week d game tba detective he While you are enjoying this glad by freezing ia likely to result in the moon In summing up thf pr Christmas time think of the hundreds jusurled in saying that notwithstanding shine busTneeawretoaated over in the of Children who have no Santa Glaus the injury from Insects the State has hollows above HudsawllUeat oclock Miss Ettie Olarkson left last Saturday Jeff Gundiff got wind seldom presented in one crop so many in the morning to spend Christmas week with her conditions which presage a large yield of an illicit distillery up there and he friends in Meade county The acreage is considerably above an went to work to take it From what he The Evening Post has a large circula Â¬ average the plant is well rooted and preÂ¬ could learn it was situated over in the tion in this town and vicinity and is pared to withstand the vicissitudes of hallows somewhere in a secluded spot sold by Wallace Babbage the approaching winter the physical and a section of country rarely traversed The game law expiree on the last day oondition of the soil is the beet and this by any one Gundiff went to Pomp Milners and learned from him about the of this month and it will be unlawful with the longdrouthof the past summer to kill quails after that time renders available those elements of plant direction of the still In company with Len Milner he got Postmaster Mantua Kinehsloe gave a food which are ordinarily locked up be- Â¬ up about 2 a m and started on the hunt big Ohristmae dining to a number of his yond its reach friends and relatives last Monday CORN The corn crop is housed in They traveled over a very rough country good oondition ao far as concerns damage for an hour or more and Anally came The pupils in Miss Irene Boards room at the public school on last Friday pre Â¬ since the orop has matured The general upon a little hut down iu the woods sented ber with a handsome Christmas tenor of reports is that the yield is dis- They approached it very cautiously for appointing and we are of the opinion they knew that if Bill Taylor waa in present then making moouehine and they didnt The telephone boxes for the new wire that the moderate estimate of 214 as the get every adyaatage he would kill one average yield made October is too on the Oloverport and Hardlnsburg ex of them Milner stayed back about obance arrived last week They will be high Much complaint is also made on score twenty yards and Cundiff crawled up to rput up at once Lignt and chafly loon on the door He could hear two or three of quality A violin recital or a male or female 00b containing an unusual voIom and he thought it beet for him and quartett or MoFaddans Bow on the of small corn amount being the terms aud his partner not to tackle them So Chute would be a fine attraction for most frequently used in speaking of qual Â¬ they left quietly aud found their way the City Hall this week ity The quality compared with average back to old Pomp Milners There they W K Barnes waa in Louisville last years is 70 per oent aent a meaMnger in baste to Hardlns Friday whan ha obtained a discharge The average price is37o per bushel burg Two United States marshals were in bankruptcy for Elvln French of Un- Â¬ On December 1st 1898 the price waa 28c telegraphed for from Louisville and they at night on the 730 train ion Star in the Federal Court LIVESTOCK Notwithstanding the arrived hen Said Pro Boberte Our college closed advanced season pastures have nvived Together thay wen to Milners when last Friday for a weeks holiday and the wonderfully since tba breaking up of they wen joined by Cundiff and two boya Instead of taking in Greek and Lat tba drouth The effect is shown in an others in can feast awhiia on tarkay and plum Improved oondition of live stock Until At midnight they struck out for the podding at this time vary nearly an average oon- Â¬ distillery They ran up on K about S The average for the oclock aad Taylor and his partner were Bill Owens found tba weather a little dition la presented raw in that race against Oayle for tba various classes ia as followa Hones running har in full blast Marshal Yates nomination for Congress in tba Ashland 96 cattle 9 aheap 95 hogs 92 Both did not know exactly bow to tackle the district Ha only got left 8500 votes feeding and stock hogs continue scarce thing to make sura of his game He saw sxoept in those oounties containing a a man ooma to the door once or twioe Owens waa a Brawn Demoemt large acreage of forest Hen tba abun- Â¬ and Jook around and than go back On Christmas eve whan ail wan bad dant mast ia supplementing the corn Yates erapt cautiously down to the door in Right down the ohlmney be new crop to such aa extent that the number with a nvolvar in each band He toll And ttntobed tba stocking leg out his man to surround tha concern and if ia on tba lncreaae rather than otherwise at tba top aad an being subsisted on this product tha inmates triad to escape to kill them Ha clapped ia a present for yon If neoaasarry Yates took bia stand by This boy and his Uttla stater west to alone It ia alao true that praotioally all tba door aad it wasnt long until it was nporta of hog oholera ooma from these work on the chimney to clean it of soot opened again from the inside Instantly favored sections lor old Santa Glaus to ooma down otbarwiM Â¬ The vary favorable Mason for fall tha omoeroovsred tba man with his re They used coal oil and aoortched old and told him to throw up bio volver Santas hide and ha got ia bia chariot plowing has been improved and much bands Tha other fellowoAthe Inside of this work whloh would ooma next and galloped away Â¬ spring is being dona now Farmen broke oat tba back way aud tried to es Wa ban baas informed that early cape bat thay nabbed him Yates had gaaaraOr hava their work wall la band next rear tba railroad company will and while tbo1 eras ban been below bia man at tba door foul and so they build a saw depot for Hardinabarg ratbar than above tba average in yield surrendered The fnight Mad npaaasnger travel from than ia atUL touunnanal esteat a foal Â¬ This was the only moonahlns distillery henoertsioly ought to justify it No ing of mtiamoMoB witb past awaits aad in that section and moat likely tba only other station oo tba branch has a depot uoafldaan la tba agrloaltaral prosperity oao roaaiag ia tba county As tba last quite ao aaasjhtty nstiga of it waa destroyed than may oftbatatan Thaohsnbaa la tbla town seem to be inane ooaeladaa tbo monthly crop not be another started anon Tbla In such a proapatoua eoadltion that a asport of this year and of my term I Sbia teUowTaykw led aoakn mania obureb iaattoal or aa ovate supper aevat deetn to thank oorteopondeata not only for raaaiag a monaahlas dtettUery that meeta with ao much aa a aaaaatioa lor their faithfulness daring tbo pant bs would do moat aajrahkag ftp faf one SooMtthing of tba kind though might year bat alao dariagthe four yean of started Tha oiaa ia wbloft aa Ofaratad verv the monotony a little daring the oar Joint labors I Hannah for myeua ha pat up himself He waat iab tba boUdaya aaaaat tba sjuBttatonptneaj and afloiaa woods aad eat tba logs and earned them to tba plaeeaad had them ap himaelf Ohes Durham was dowa at Clover 07 with whloh ye ban served me aonoatbodaytbaybaMllw tonal aa Hatbanobiakadltwith mad aad abat LaoaaafooBB iCKLESS SHOOTING 8fc Shod Fired 111 DYNAMITES DEADLY WORK BRANDENBURG Santa Clans paid both naraonaaes a generona visit Miss Emma Radley ia visiting her sis- Â¬ ter Mrs John Radley Miss Agnes Matin haa arrived from Looisvills to spend Christmas Charlie Onperke hae been quite sick but is some better at this writing Miss Kate Withers of Muldrauah vis ited Mies Mary Litaie Hayoes last week Frank Webb and sou Leonard and Miss Andra Brown spent the week in Louisville The Iter Mr Wagoner preached at the Baptist church last Sunday morning and night Tba Sunday School children of the Baptist church had a treat but no special prcgram Mrs M A Wileon of Lebanon Ky has spent wveral weeks with her sister Dr D O Puny There are no entertainments so far booked for the week but of oourae this will be done later Miss Lena Nevitt went to Louisville from Dallas with Misses Mamie Schene and Florence Smith Mr Burton left Sunday night for Vine Grove thenoe to the Teachers State Association in Louisville Min Peyton Stith of Louisville is the guest of her sister Mrs Wm Bewley Peyton Is a handsome bright girl Dr Henry Shaoklett and wife and Charley Shaoklett with two yonng gen Â¬ tlemen friends are at home for the holidays Â¬ tk Saratoga R AVA nsoixnrEiycjRE sovAj sMwe Raking Powder vosi in Saloon Without Effect tOW ESCAPE OF A LADY Makes the food more delicious and wfrofesorne eoKts es new j L aMuaa toMM In Oloverport would have in the O0d book with l had H sot boon for too much bar- mi it Jim blvlit At the boar ualook aamsrous reports from a won board in the direction of tbo After an investigation that Raatna Hall bar- tsix timof at Eli Walkor feMpSMtely nono of the dls- tNaa i lv noon Dec 20th 1 know nothing what Â¬ ever of the fortunate gentleman who has won LuU my pupil and little neighbor girl while in Garrett Lula is a bright musician having graduated from the Cincinnati Oonversatory of music after which slif taught succHH fully Mr Meets I think Is a lawyer of Hodgene ville which is to te their future home Hearty congratulations Webster pays a high tribute to the Sandy iiill girls We endorae every word Heres one more item from this same pen put it in your pipe and smoke it until 1900 Con gressman Sibley of Pennsylvania who in 1396 was one of the strongest advo Â¬ cates of tlt 16 to 1 doctrine iu the whole country and who prophesied the dire re Â¬ sults that would follow should McKln ley be elected Meiug that his prophes- Â¬ ies were not only all false but that the country is in a more prosperous condi- Â¬ tion tiian it has been for years before has the honesty to renounce silver and will vote for MeKinley next year Â¬ TOO MUCH RED BOOZE Daniel Mike and Andrew Burk Murder J P McCirver THE VICTIM 70 YEARS OLD tam Tto facta as nnr as can be gathered Haw roportor are of tbla nature wore three or lour negro men drinking at the bar and through a mle- tako Bartender Alvin Wilkerson over- iked the moat important aide iatue that goes witb aTy drink and that ia mtor It waa Walker who failed to be ginn the water and be kept asking for H Bastus Ball wm not near the bar during the conversation between Wil- taaon and the colored men About the their conversation began to reaoh III Mrtneet Ball entered the main bar imd altar a few remarks ordering them Jten the building he began to shoot QaV of the discharges went through a aaoond story window pane of Mrs Lissle Hicks residence which is Just opposite the saloon and the ball went directly orer the bed of Mies Evelyn Hicks about two feet from her head The ball danced around the room doing little damage Altar the shooting Marshall Hall went to the saloon and it was reported to him i the firing of torpedoes Mr Hall has loft town and cannot be located Usu- ajljr at 4a hour of the shooting there Mo a good many pedestrians on the anet but whan this occurred there was Mi a person on either side of the street 19 that i On Tuesday lieeember forgotten mem- from day will never be Ofable the minds of the public it waa a ladies victory wiping out three saloon their expiring on the nxt day Hairs expires March 21 and of course he bad the right to continue but it is ru HMned that when the new Board ol Oouneilmen takes its seat the lioanse will be oanoallod in view of the recent occurrence Â¬ p - ft Â¬ asTWV fJhitV Death Near auaton Gbovx Xt Dec 26 Special hall peat 5 oclock Thursday morning 21 at her home two miles from Oue Mrs Bliaabath Thompson breathed last Ltke an electric shock the came to her family and friends by MtU at whom aha waa greatly beloved for ItpajOfh a sufferer for many years her laaj aoksesi waa of but two daya dura- ia0B aad vary low knew of her intense sjunnng unm aaaro came to uer renu BesJul and unselfish life is ended She it her life for others ana unlike Kill Â¬ lt JuBatr her charity extended beyond the of ber own home and family a hand open as day for those and nono appealed to bar in Â¬ She waa proverbially af bah toward children Nothing waa tor her to undertake to gratify fea aad Utterly did bar little grand leSfldteavuiourn iter toss OM was mid to net In the aunuy bury- ground whan bar parents an bur-tha last leaf on the family tree aba survived bar sister Mrs Fry- than a year and ber brother Wimp about two yean 8be bar sixty ninth year and leaves a tan yean her senior a son and and a host of friends who sincerely over her sudden removal their midst for none knew bar Ion her none named har bat to A HaadsonM nonamaat J K Keith erected u handsome tt la the St Romaulds Oeme-Bardiaaburg last week in mem- fatriak Oaraey It waa of Scotch ahjpped from Aberdeen Â¬ Mr and Mrs Thoe H Ditto and little Virginia were our guests Christmas eve witb a number of other relatives and friends Mr and Mrs Nevitt have arrived safe and sound and we are all so glad to haye thsm back with their interesting family looking well and happy Oh Mr Editor I Htu happy as the in- Â¬ evitable big sun flower Kris Kingle remembered me most beautifully It isut we all know the value of gifts but the sweet spirit which presents them Dr and Mrs W B Puny of Louis- Â¬ ville r L PuMy Ohiwg R D Pueey of Indlanopolls spent Sunday and Mon Â¬ day witb Dr D O Pusy who has just cause to be proud of these handsome successful sons Very solemn and impressive indeed will be the midnight mass in the Catho- Â¬ lic churches in Louisville next Sunday The Methodist churches will greet tba New Year by the congregations on their knees in prayer Miss Fannie Reese and Mr Joe Mille were married Tuesday at Mt Merino and had a family dinner at Mr and Mrs Andrew Reeses Mr and Mrs B Nea fus and Mr T Simmons family of this place were present Bishop Dudleys picture taken in hie beautiful library in last Sundays Courier was fine of the dear old man He is broad minded and scholarly and is loved and revered by all of us who love the holy ohurou and her ministers The Meade Messenger of last week reportea the engagement of Mr Ernest V Bishop of this place to Miss Bessie Elisabeth Brennan of Evansville Ind Miss Brennan is the only daughter of Col K A Brennan and is said to be very pretty and attractive Mrs Jim Thompson died near Meade ville in Meade county last week after twenty four hours illness She was ad Â¬ vanced In years and had lived an up- Â¬ right excellent life She leaves two children Albert Thompson and Mrs Gus Richardson Her aged husband survives her She was buried at the old graveyard at Sack Klohardsons Sr Sympathy to the family Especial exeniM aad a treat for the Sunday School children formed a pleas Â¬ ant program at the M E church last Mies Mabel Hardin Sunday morning Mng a very pretty solo Misses Daisy Molntin Annie Bondurant Lula Lewis and Mabel Hardin a quartette The children sang and recited Misses May dee Fumy Annie BondurantkfCabal Â¬ This column is greatly indebted to Glendeane for a very sweet sincere no- Â¬ tice It never has for one moment felt anything but extremely humble as far as furnishing information goes At any rate each correspondent ot this excellent paper possesses his or her own individ- Â¬ ual merit Each to this column is par excellence Without an individuality each one would become a nonentity None of us would take an interest in each other without a most distinct in- Â¬ dividuality It would be most unbecom- Â¬ ing in any one of us to pick flaws or in any way criticise another column Unless perhaps in self defense and even then we would fain admit that we had compromised our dignity and the good will of others whose good opinion we cherish No one of us is infallible We might dissent but then iea ladylike or gentlemanly manner in which to do it I nave corresponded with this paper six years nearly seven and if ever I hava wounded the fetliugs of a fellow correspondent or if ever without an open malignant cause replied in an un- Â¬ kind manner I cannot recall it I feel that we are as one family knit and bound by the common tie of success to an honorable high minded gentleman as editor and a oorps of well versed well informed correspondents kind e and a vast number of intelligent readers Here are many many kind good wishes for each May our lives grow and all for 1900 brighter each dav from performing kind deeds of love and mercy May we all as mothers wives sisters sweethearts strive to lead some precious soul to nek a higher plane of living May our iiriiu enoe he all for good May the dear old Nsws go on to perfection ia the sincere heartfelt wish of an humble scribe Â¬ Â¬ wide-a-wak- Dan Mike and Andrew Burk took the life of J P McOarver Christmas after- Â¬ noon about four oclock on the farm of Mr Mike Tierneys which is situated on the Fordwille road about four or five miles from this city Dan and Mike are the sons of Mr Cornelius Burk and Andrew is a son of Mr Jerry Burk The particulars are as follows as gath- Â¬ ered by a Nsws reporter Dan Mike and Andrew Burk had been in this city Cliristmas day and left a little after the noon hour pretty well filled with holiday boose When reaching a store which was conducted by said Mc Carver on Tierneys farm they alighted from their horses and presumably went in to make a purchase It is alleged the Burk boys became too boisterous while in McCarvers store and he imme- Â¬ diately ordered them from the store At this request they became offended and instantly began to shoot McCarver was behind his counter and Dan and Mike began to fire their guns while Andrew began to stab the old gen Â¬ tleman with a knife They shot him some five or six times while Andrew cut him Mven or eight times severely McCarver only survived a few momenta McCarver is a total stranger in thia county rlaimicg to have come from Texas He was in bad health and was in his 70th year He carried a small stock of goods selling principally cider sugar coffee and other articles usually carried in a country store The Burk boya are young men coming from excellent parentage but when under the iniiuenoe of liquor they have the reputation of being ready to firht at any moment are rather inclined to be quar relsome and when engaged in an encounter they have not forethought of the results There were no outsiders who saw the fight The coroners inquest leturned a verdict of guilty Tha next day it is said the Burk boys gave theaaislvee up to the officers of Hanoock county Â¬ Â¬ HAPPILY MARRIED One of BreckenrMgea StvaatMt Wo- Â¬ men Wads One of Uncle Sams Heroes Thm Time Gome Mi Hardin deoonted tha church beauti Â¬ to every elderly woman when an inn portent functional change takes place Thia ia called The Change of life The entinsystem undergoes a change Dreadful diseases such aa cancer and oonsnmption an often contracted at tUstims Keith anetad another one last I Bandy Hill in memory of Mr Heodrtck This waa the band ana star erected in the Saady Â¬ Wutylagtoa Bros Ia Um Lead Special sfraaassrosT Ky Dec WatUagtoa Bros sold four- bophaads Of dark kwf tobacco to a New York Aim tt V all around W M Heastey baiag tha bayar When it oomea to rajah aad handling tobaooo then boys tot JHV - fully Webster is just so good on the Goebel question aad in fact on all topics Ill quote in full alao oa Ohristmaa la Ana Will you make soma oae happy this Christmas f Let the Ohristmaa spirit get into your heart and take possession of your sordid nature and make some one happy You can do it Aaervile legislature may yet pat Wm Goebel inÂ¬ to tha Governors chair but it would be worth thousands of votes to tha Demo Â¬ cratic party if they wafhi order him damped lata the sea of ohtjvion Wkm otGmrdul strengthens aad purifies tba entfes tyatera andDringsthesuffurersanly over tbaaa pitfalls Its effects haw been weodarfnL It ia good for all meaatraal tronblsa but iaaapscisuy raoommsadsd at this tim Ask naar draggist for tha famous Wtaa of Glxxomanm Ky Dec 26 Last Thursday evening at 6 oclock Mim Lil- lie Frances Cooper and Mr William A McGuire of Weodburn Ky wen quiet- Â¬ ly married in the presence of a few special friends The wedding took place at Miss Coopers home near Rockvale the Key W B Rutledge officiating The bride is oue of Breckenridges noblest and most talented women In the school room in the social circle intellectually or in whatever way true wo Â¬ manhood ia considered she is unex- Â¬ celled With ready pen she won the first prise ofiered by the Nxws a year ago for the best Thanksgiving story The groom is of the U 8 Armv and has charge of hospital work at Santiago He is at home on a two months furlough At the ead of that time ha will return to Cuba Your correspondent has been unable to learn whan they will make their boma nor um be bean able to get particulars of waddtng as desired Ha knows thai their acquaintance began at Bowling Qraaa wlftta Mim Cooper at-tended asbool than aad he knows that he with haadnds of friends la wishing idem long ana nappy Uvea Â¬ VJ h fHrdut luooabottla ocadyfcl 4MmosDad of igrienlton oataUtbaUgbt Aaaoaaoamaat oards to tha marriage of Mr James Haydea Mean nod Mb Lala Orotofaer wen received thia weak Thay wan marrVd at tba nsjrlaagg f OUiUonOOraaahar in Garrett SK cans requiring spadai ttneUona address that Ladles Ad visory Department Tbs Mo Pryor and Cant W Jodaja W EUia hove resigned from tha State tiaa Oomm lesion Judge John A too baa been named m Judge Thursday Oapt Elliss will be elected a 1 t i Fifty nine indictments havedevsiof aanlant poUtteteas In the elsottoa b bald at Puerto Rico a r o T -- m W1 vd Wff mammasmssaam FEEDING OF FARM ANIMALS and of Feedtaf Stuffs MUCH g W DAWN CENTURY plants eto For this rssann tho etbt extract is usually designated eruds fat The fat of food is either stored np in the Tb Friendly Islanders Will bo the body as fat or burned to furaiah heat First People to Hall Its and energr Carbohydrate is usually divided into Advent of Â¬ fKtihffBrW This Yuletide Presents Buy Useful Ones of Letietianel Henderson Rou1 Lotiirilli Bandinon St Liiii two groups nitrogen free sitrart Includ Composition of tin Animal Body ing starch sugar aomr and the like Picture telW SCIENCE INVOLVED SOLtSTIN MO AIIIS lit r ABM rat 9 Ilk ths use of fertlllisrs for crop rests upon well defined principle Oar knowledge of these principles bM been derived from the stadia of the onanist and tbe animal phralolofiat on tbe eompoaition and fnnotiona of food and tbe way it la utilised after it la eaten Theee atndiea bare ahown that the materiata of the body are continually breaking dqwn and being oonanmed nd that to keep the animal in a healthy and Tlaorotis condi- Â¬ tion there mwt be a conatant aupply of new material Kthia ialackit g or la in- Â¬ sufficient hunger and finally death iatbe result To keep up thia supply ia one o the chief functiona of food but in addi- Â¬ tion to this the food maintains the heat of the body and at the same time fur nishes the force or energy which enables the animal to move the muscles and do work and also to perform the neoeaeary functiona of the body In furnishing heat and energy the food may be said to serve aa fuel If in addition to repairing the wasten of the system and furnishing it with heat and energy growth is to be made as in the case of immature animals or milk secreted an additional supply of food is required To supply food in the right proportion to meet the various requirements of the rfnimal with- Â¬ out a waste of food nutrients constitutes scientific feeding It is by carefully studying the composition of feeding stuffs the proportion in which they are digested by differedt animals and under different conditions and the require- Â¬ ment of animals for the various food nu- Â¬ trients when at rest at work giving milk producing wool mutton beef pork etc that the principles of feeding have been worked out In applying these principles in practice the costs of different feeding stuns must be taken into account Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Principles M fending of fitrtn animals Competition o the Animal Body and osllulose or fiber tho essential eon stituent of the walla pf vegetable cells Ootton fiber and wood pulp are nearly pare osllulose Oosrse fodders like hay and straw contain a large proportion of fiber while most grains contain little liber but are rich in starch sugar sto nitrogen free extract The carbohy Â¬ drates form tho largest part of all rtge table foods They are not permanently stored up as such in the animal body bat lure either stored np as fat or burned in the system to proJnos heat and ener gy They are one of tbe principal sources of animal fat ltrotein or nitrogenous materials is the name of a group of materials con- Â¬ taining nitrogen All other constituents of feeding stuffs tbe ash fat and carbo Â¬ hydrates are non nitrogenous or free from nitrogen Protein materials are often designated as flesh formers be cause they furnish the materials for the lean fl sh but they also enter largely into the composition of blood skin mus- Â¬ cles tendons nerves hair horns wool and the casein and albumen of milk etc For the formation of these materials protein is absolutely indispensable No substance free from nitrogen can be worked over into protein or fill tbe place of protein It is then absolutely necessary for an animal to be provided with a certain amount of protein in order to grow or maintain existence Under certain conditions it is believed protein may be a source of fat in tiie body and fiually it may be burned like the carbo Â¬ hydrates and fat yielding heat energy The sources of heat and energy in the animal are the protein fat and carbo hydrates of the food and the fat and pro- Â¬ tein of the body for the fat and protein of the body may be burned like that in the food The value of the fat for pro ductng heat is nearly twe and a half times that of carbohydrates or protein The sources of fat in the body are the fat carbohydrates and probably the protein of the food and the exclusive source of protein in the body is the pro- Â¬ tein in the food These groups of food materials are termed nutrients as they furnish the nutriment of the body Â¬ Â¬ The first people to live in tbe twen Â¬ tieth century will be the Friendly Islander for the date line aa it may be railed lies in tbe Pacific Ocean just to writes John the east of their group Ritchie Jr in tbe January Ladies Where the Next Home Journal of At that Oontnrr will Really Begin time although it will be already Toes day to them all the rest of ths world will be enjoying some phase ot Monday the last day of tho nineteenth century At Melbourne the December HI 1900 people will be going to bed for it will be nearly ten oclock at Manila it will be two hours sarlier la the evening at Calcutta the English residents will be sit Â¬ ting at their Monday afternoon dinner for it will be about six oclock and in Big Ben ths tower of the London House of Commons will be striking the hour of noon In Boston New York and Washington half the people will be eating breakfast ou Monday morning while Chicago will be barely conscious of ths dawn At the same moment San Francisco will be in tbe deepest sleep of what is popularly called Sunday night though really the early dark hours of Monday morning and half the pacific will be wrapped in the darkness of the same morning hours whloh become earlier to the west until at Midway or Brooks Island it will be but a few min Â¬ utes past midnight of Sunday night Â¬ fering lust be fore and during menstruation a story of aches darting pains torture in back head limbs and abdomen will cure these sufferers regulate their menses and drive out all fe Â¬ Druggists soil It male troubles women will a story of monthly suf- Â¬ thousands a story that rtMAUE RC9ULATOR 1 BriUtFKtDS This month we are offering special bargains in new DUES S A beautiful line of SHOES GOODS CHRISTMAS GOODS This season we have made ex- Â¬ tensive purchases to meet the demands of the most fastidious An endless array of Toys Dolls Albums Carts An immense stock of valuable presents PERFUMES You need not go elsewhere if you like to have a pleasant oder The stock is great FANOY GROCERIES A line that cannot be surpassed GLOVES Here is an article that would make any one an excellent Christmas present We have them from 25c to 1 20 Riding Gloves buckskin face far baok for 100 Come in and see us Â¬ It 6t J Dais Cars Is Effnot June 18 1889 HAST MOUND No 1 No 44 Ne ad St Lonle Kvanevllle Henderson Baaketa SpottavflJe Reada Stanley Griffith lv T1S 8 28am Worthlngton Oweneboro Power farRockport Waitman Lcwtaport Hawemrfll for Caaaelton Ind 758 801 807 841 8 SO 57 0S 8 80 8 781 788 745 TM 801 8 818 ait 80 8M 844 404 418 Mauitlflv Pate falcon Petri l8 8 88 86 for m aaADrma a bottle aatrouToa cc iuh a PRBbTON QRBBN W E BROWN Irvinglon Ky mmmmmmmmmm Â¬ U 41 488 440 4 19 1 bkillman Shop k Tail City I 80 SO Cloverport Holt Pierce 948 OeU III Hand Severely Mashed In a Corn Shredder e Addiaon Stwphenaport Sample n 10C4 948 44 600 80S its 580 584 S48 10 0 Idibnrg Glbhdshb Kt Special While work ing with a corn shredder last week Pres Â¬ ton Green of Falls ot Rough got his left hand caught and drawn into the ma- Â¬ chine For twenty minutes until tbe machine could be taken apart he was A message hsld suffering intensely called Dr Dempster at once He and Dr Harris amputated tint hand sllghtlv above tin wrist Everybody is Prestons friend and everybody was sorry to hear of his ill luck Sick People 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 Oar entire stock is pure and fresh STATIONERY Hi this department we hare gained the reputation of having the nicest and best goods sold in Irving ton A share of your patronage is solicited MOREMEN POPHAM lnrtagion Gotten Webate 1084 1083 14 Ikron Brandeobnra Long Branch Rock Haven Willow Dal fa ilia 11 iifs 1118 m 1 M S 40 LontovWIe Union Dep Howard Went Point Kentucky Street n llJOam 8M UiOpni 780 Ar laSSpn 7 45pa L No 4 WBST BOUND No 41JN0 41 Paid Sear For His Leg B D Blauton of Thackrville Tex leading Druggists v Tbe animal body is made up mainly of four classes of substances water ash or mineral ingredients fat and nitrogenous matters The proportion in which these four classes of substances occur depends upon the age of the animal treatment purpose ior which it is kept etc Water constitutes from 40 to 00 per cent of the body and is an essential part From 2 to 5 per cent of the weight of the body is ash This occurs mainly in the bones Tbe fat varies greatly with the condition of the animal but seldom falls below i per cent or rises above 30 per cent The nitrogenous materials or protein includes all of the materials con Â¬ taining nitrogen all those outside this group are free from nitrogen or Tiie nitrogen referred to here is tbe same as that mentioned in connection with fertilizers and is the element whicli constitutes about four fifths of the atmosphere It occurs in plants and animals in various compounds grouped under tlie general name of protein Lean meat white of the egg and casein of milk curd are familiar forms of protein The flesh skin bones mus- Â¬ cles internal organs brain and nerves in short all of the working machinery of the body are composed very largely of protein The albuminoids are a class of compounds included under protein Compolt Ion of Feeding Stuff The food of herbivorous animals con- Â¬ tains the same four groups of substances found in the body vis water ash pro- Â¬ tein nitrogenous materials and fat and in addition to these a class of materials cullid carbohydrates defined below Water However dry a feeding stuff may appear to be whether hay coarse fodder grain or meal it always contains a considerable amouut of water which can be driven out by heat The amonnt may be only 8 to 15 pounds per hundred pound of material as in hay straw or grain but in corn fodder ami silage it amounts to nearly HO pounds and in some roots to IX pounds This water al- Â¬ though it may add to the palatability of a food is of no more benefit to the ani- Â¬ mal than water which it drinks and from which the chief supply Is derived For this reason and because tiie proportion of water varies very widely comparisons of different kinds of food are usually made on a dry or water free basis which shows tbe percentage of food ingredients in tbe dry matter Ash is what is left when the combusti ble part of a feeding stuff is burned away It consists chiefly of lime rnag neaia potash soda iron ohlorins and carbonic sulphuric and phosphoric acids And is used largely in making bones From theaah constituents of the food tbe animal selects those which it needs and the rest is voided in the manure As a general rule rations composed of a variety of nutritious foods contain snfftoiant ash to supply the requirements of the body Corn however is poor in ash and when fed extensively may need to have added to It additional ash material as wood ashes eharooal or bono bmmL orthe Materials dissolved bom a feeding staf by oiks UsbJimUs bsstdsj real fals was Um Â¬ Â¬ Two Kinds of Women LUCY rOWBLL There are two kinds of women go where you will you will rind them One is strong in removing dirt the other skillful at concealing it Mrs Elizabeth Cady Stanton says she hates a perfumed woman I sympathize with her not be- Â¬ cause I dislike perfume but because in many cases it means disguise for neglect of cleanliness I like the art of keeping clean This avoids the necessity of either concealing or removing dirt However this cannot always be done Wholesome children do not naturally abhor dirt they rather recognize it as native clay The sweetest fellows in the world take to mud pies We have got to learn how to train them to habits of cleaning up There are also two kinds of women in the kitchen One kind cooks for the family the other oooks for visitors The last considers anything good enough for home folk They must eat the scraps the hard bread the old cake and keep things from wasting The vegetables are cooked without care the bread is heavy the meat is half cooked and everything scorched or smoked If any- Â¬ one complains excuses are plenty re- Â¬ form never thought of But when vis- Â¬ itors appear tbe dinner is hustled off and a carefully prepared meal got ready I remember reading of a minister who was courting a girl who had a richer suitor Supper was on the table when the other unexpected came in sight Tiie food was quickly removed and re Â¬ placed with better The parson was asked to bless the meal lie responded The Lord be praised Ws are amased To see how things have mended Shortcakes and tea For supper we see Where mush and milk was intended I hold that the family deserves the most ears the best food the best oookingi and the most thought Country Journalism of the newspapers that put on metropolitan airs to poke fun at soma of the methods of the country weekly but we trust it will be long before these methods cease to be native and provincial Thess notes are tbe It is the fashion basis of some of our most enduring literature and they have their proper place in the local columns of a country twang weekly The homely the familiar but not impertinent refer Â¬ ence the expression of thanks for the present received the friendly announceÂ¬ ment of an addition to a subscribers family the hilarious congratulations when twins become a part of the local populationall these things bring the country editor closer to his sbsoribsrs than the editor of a dally can ova gat and give him the influence and power which friendship ever confers upon its outsets Atlanta Constitution Dr a svogSBj lalls 0ck I nmmggsn isa lynii ami ray BaHlla ampssssj nanm um nmjgsjgsmj IMfUElftJL n two years paid oyer 30000 to doctors My son lias been troubled for years to cure a Running Sore on Ids leg Then Sometime ago with chronic diarrhoea they wauled to cut it off but he cured Â¬ I persuaded him to take some of Cham it with one box of Arnica Salve Guarberlains Oolic Cholera and Diarrhoea anteed cure for Piles 26 cts a box After using two bottl s of 26 Remedy Sold by Short Hsynes druggists oent sise be was cured I give this testi- Â¬ monial hoping someone similarly afliiot On the Top Round of the Ladder Thomas ed may read it an be benefited Mine Ptderenska as she is to be 0 Bower Glenooe 0 For sale by A R called by persons who want to speak her It A Shellman Fisher Cloverport name correctly made her first appear- Â¬ Stephens port ance in this country at her husbanda matinee in Carnegie Hall She sat in a Two Ill informed Congressmen second tier box with her friend Mmr The inability of two Congressmen to Adamowska of Boston She was not discuss with intelligent comprehension visible from the seats down stairs and questions of finance was strikingly dis- Â¬ few persons knew of her presence It played in a colloquy which took place on is doubtful if a general knowledge of her the floor of the House of Representatives presence would have diminished the en- Â¬ last Wednesday between Mr Powers of thusiasm which the women exhibited all Vermont and Mr Terry of Arkansas during the afternoon and at the close of Mr Terry asked Mr Powers Suppose the recital The audience represented we were to close the mints against the in money about 0300 and all of that free coinage of gold what do you sup Â¬ with the exception of a few hundred pose would be the Intrinsic value of the dollars was profit It is the successful thin bit of gold that you call a gold dol- Â¬ pianist who makes a fortune when the lar The answer should have been that tide of public favor has once turned his it would be its value as pure gold but way All he needs is a piano and any Mr Powers could find nothing better to maker is glad to supply him with one or say than that the gold in a dollar would as many as he wants He is not likely be worth 100 cents which is merely say Â¬ to incapacitate himself by taking cold ing that it would be worth one hundred as the singers are and is above such un- Â¬ times its hundredth part important but costly conditions as the Mr Terry did not however perceive weather No singer in the wot Id ever What makes it worth got 0000 for one performance as Mr this and asked 100 cents except that it is used in coin- Â¬ Paderewski The did on Saturday Be- Â¬ and Mr Powers answered age pianist has seen as little of the world as cause it is intrinsically worth 100 cents usual slnoe his arrival here One night It will make bosom pins watches and a he suddenly decided to have some thousand things friends at dinner and called them all Here he came nearer the truth but he by telephone at a few moments notice again failed to satisfy Mr Terry who in- Â¬ They were of course able to accept sisted If you cut off the demand for Most of them remained until 3 ocock coinage purposes would it not enor- Â¬ in the morning M Paderewski is not mously decrease the demand for gold in the habit of retiring early and one of This floored the chief responsibilities of his secretary and consequently its value Mr Powers and he did not answer at all is to sit up with him and play billiards He should have said that gold is not when he does not fetl like sleeping used for money because it is coined but His nervousness is not so great as it was that it is coined because it Is used as in formsr years and his indulgence in tea money If it were not coined it would and Russian cigarettes has been some-Â¬ be used in bars as silver is in China what restricted But his passion for Coining it is a mere matter of con- billiards is aa street as ever Ex venience and does not add to its value one particle It takes but a minute to overcome tick- Â¬ Both Mr Powers and Mr Terry should ling in the throat and to stop a cough by study the elements of monetary science the use of Ons Minute Cough Cure The New York Sun This remedy qniokly cures all forms of throat and lung troubles Harmlsss and Farm Journal for the balance of 1890 pleasant to take It prevents consump Â¬ and all of 1000 1901 1002 and 1903 near- Â¬ tion A famous specific for grippe and ly five years to every subscriber who its alter effects A R Fisber will pay one year in advance for the BuKCKKKRioax Nws No better farm Thousands Hat Kidney Trouble paper than the Farm Journal This off- Â¬ and Dont Know it er is only made to a limited number How fco Tiai Oat first who come forward the Pill a bottle or common glass with your water and 1st It stand twenty four hours a A Christmas Treat sediment or set Â¬ More than a hundred pupils of the tling indicates an Cloverport High School were made glad unhealthy condi- Â¬ tion of the kid Friday afternoon by the thoughtfulneaa neya If It stains and generosity of their teachers who bad your linen It Is provided a Christmas treat for them evidence of kid Â¬ ney trouble too All the dainties that children and grown frequent desire to people too snjoy candles nuts and fruits pass It or pain In were in abundance and the teachers the back it alas were the gracious hosts of the occasion convincing proof that ths kidneys and bladÂ¬ Nor were the teachers slighted for ths der are out of order What to 9c pupils of each room presented tbeir Thsrs Is comfort In knowledge so a present in token of tbsir often expressed that Dr ths teacher with Kilmers Swamp esteem and appreciation It was a Root ths great kidney remedy fulfills every happy occasion all around and the good wish la curing rheumatism pain In ths liver bladder feeling existing between teachers and back kidneys passage It and every part of ths urinary corrects taablttry pupils is a solandid indication of a good to hold water and scalding pain in paasinff It or bad effects following use of liquor school wine or beer and ovarocmss that unpleasant A New Um for isw WlfM necessity of being compelled to go often ths to Lsxingtou Xy Die il Bam Wheel Â¬ during ths day andThe get up many times during night mild and the extra-Â¬ er a trooper la ths Ninth oavalry at ordinary effect of Swamp Root Is soon present stationed in New Mexico was realized it stands the highest for 1U won- married by telephone and telegraph toÂ¬ derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a day to Lydia Hommoas at Winchester bast Sold by medicine you should have ths druggists in 50c and 1 sUes You may have a sample bottle of this Berlin VI says wonderful dlsoovery MraB0borehlll Oar baby wan oovared with running and a book that tails DeWltts WUsh Haael Salve more about It both ssati sows free by man mad hat A sf isHe lor piles and akin absolutelyor luansr address alssssia lsaate si worthless eonntsr- - Co ruuAamtoaNY Bntf tioa reedkf this gsasroua offer la this paper Â¬ Â¬ IRV1NGTON KY Ixialnrllle Union Dep Lv 7 87am Kentocky Street 750 Weet Point 816 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JO01H AL TnVyTjBsSL TlanannT1 tP Assstl ioawuibo aad etrcnlar dearrihlas BWOtsl CHAR wanna r ATKinson jBKaUHS J Per Sale by SHORT ar HAYNKS CLOVKRPOKr KY 1 lECKENRIDGE WKDNEHDAY DEO NEWS 27 B9 toSoath Atrial m eoamsndeir lnchief with Lord Kitchener m obitf of stfl the T 1899 COMMENTS pin the Progress of the War in South Africa IE LEADING campaign in Natal being likely to re qalre the preswoe sni undivided attrn tlou of General Sir Redvers Bailer Public Opiniox 8T7B1 CANCER IS DEADLY Thta fearful disease often first appear DstitH ftfallv in lino MvlUM roiailj III MM M a mere Bcratch a pimple or lump in too small to attract any tJt 1811 A notice until in man oases the deadly C8S8S n4 disease is fully developed at LaSl can n be cured by a wrgical O C0I1 operation because the disease is a virulent poison in the blood circulating throughout the system and although the sore or ulcer known as the Cancer may be out away the poison remains in the blood and promptly breaks out afresh with renewed violence The wonderful success of B S S in curing obstinate deep oeated blood diseases which were considered incurable induced a few de Â¬ spairing sufferers to try it for Oanoer after exhausting the skill of the physicians without a cure Much to their delight 8 S S proved equal to the disease and promptly effected a cure The glad news spread rapidly anu it was soon ueiiiuuauanju beyond doubt that a cure had at last been SSrc3 C jssv found for deadly Cancer Evidence has accu Â¬ aW SA mulated which is incontrovertible of which he following is a specimen ft CUM 1 OR OEOUP Years Constant Use THE PKOOF OF THE COAL IS IN THE BURNING w Twenty fire Without PAPERS Iallure Â¬ - war in South Africa was two old on December 12 The Brit- have achieved no decisive or even at victories their principal suo- I being the carry ins of the Boer po- t Elandalaagte on Octobor 21 ll Methnena victories at Belmont aber 23 and at Modder river Ne ar 29 In the latter engagement British casualties were so great 438 it can hardly be called a victory had to t M other side the Boers have rtiredlt the continued siege of Lady- Ktmberley and Mafeking the i of two regiments or pans of regi on Nearly 10000000 AUrsxIms a Year l which sortied from Ladysmith U 80 the occupation of Coleneo The circulation of the Ladies Home t abstraction of the armored train at Journal for 1899 reached tbe enormous art November 18 General Gat- - aggregate of 9815826 copies an average aa nnmnlnta Wflat at StOfmberff of 817980 copies for each of the twelve ly followed by Methuens defeat at Issues of the year It has been shown irfoatein December 10 11 British by a comprehensive postal canvass that 833 and Bullets repulse Decern- - each Journal is read by eight persons 16 while endeavoring to cross the consequently these figures reveal the la river General Bullers large astonishing fact that each issue is read and suffered heavy losses of men by one person in every eight or ten in eleven gone the United States who can read and General Bullers plan of campaign con- - write Engliah opiated three movements against the sne by General Gatacre from the The Cravlmr For StlmnlRHt a second by Meiuuen on uie The blood normally contains stimu- Â¬ Bberley side and the relief of Lady- - lants and that these stimulants exerr 1th by General Bailer himself No else a favoring influence on function Â¬ - and conduce to and may even be a neci of this plan is in progress of aoessary factor in the production of the npUahment feeling of well being explains the wide Â¬ General Bullers losses 1097 killed spread liking In man and beast for led and missing serve to acoentu- - stimulating substances This liking caused in England amounting often to a craving is the i the despondency the successive defeats of the week expression of a great physiological When health is perfect New principle i Londoncorrespondenta of the Is well provided with Times speaks of the passion of when the blood rk its proper stimulants and net over- Â¬ s disappointment and I might almost charged with depressants there is no fmj laar that has swept over the country craving for extraneous stimulants such correspondent goes on to explain as alcohol tea or coffee but when the feeling by the statement that the blood is defective In the one or sur Â¬ realise that Bullers defeat was charged with the other then Is felt tbe it about by orders from the gov- - desire for the glass of wine or the cup Aent The inept war office and the of tea In order to obviate this desire the government the correspondent kept at the highest lev- Â¬ body should yielded to popular clamor for el of health The more perfect the age and ordered Buller to strike a health the more perfect will be the at once that would retrieve the fall- - composition of the blood in respect to reputation of the army and improve both physiological stimulants and dele The corre- - terious toxins A blood properly con- Â¬ spirits of the people other respects ient of the Sun says that gloom stituted In these andstimulant action England the will exercise a gentle and grief overwhelm on the nervous system and Induce a correspondents write in the same condition of mild physiological Intoxi- Â¬ correspondent Already the Sun cation which expresses Itself In a feel- Â¬ there are evidences of determina- - ing of well being and happiness a con- Â¬ to reckon grimly with those who dition that cannot be bettered Lan Â¬ ave brought the darkest days Great cet in has known within the memory The Raaalt ef Too Maeh FathoH ag man One day aaya Jean Francois Rai faelli Daudet was arguing a point i London press comments upon the ion in a despondent and chastened that on the stage It n a mistake to In Â¬ None of the papers seeks to mini- - sist too strongly on any one form of sentiment whatever it may be Lis-Â¬ I the dangerous and trying nature of ten said he I recall a little incident is position in the face of defeat which may serve to illustrate my hands of an antagonist that was meaning A woman dressed in black to scatter at the first charge of one day entered an omnibus in which British troops The Times says that I happened to be She was in deep ad has not faced so painful and mourning and her countenance was a situation since the days of so worn so contracted so furrowed not Indian mutiny The Star the St with grief that her neighbor could sor-Â¬ terrible from Gasette and the Globe lay refrain could asking what thus left Its be that bad row It emphasis upon the danger of marks upon her powers taking advantage of the Whereupon the woman amid the s predicament All the papers sympathetic attention of all the little awever urge the immediate necessity world In the omnibus Including the phwking victory out of defeat by send- - conductor who did nothing but blew of reinforcements and unremitting his nose so as to hide bis tears told guilt of how she had lost first one child and on SKainst the Boers The a very few days another Ev- Â¬ is a frequently used within pitied her greatly but when government ery one but the fixing of responsibility she proceeded with many tears to tell ktbe opinion of all should be left to of the death of a third child her hear Â¬ future A strange feature of the ers were somewhat less moved and I of continental opinion finally when she launched Into a long is the oom ively quiet way in which the situ- - account of the loss of a fourth de Â¬ is viewed in France and the in-- voured by a crocodile on the banks of Nile every one in the omnibus aoridnees of German comment the New Llppincott burst out laughing dispatches say that the German and people are jubilant over the Why Ha la a Watte W E B Du Bols in his book The from South Africa and everywhere devotes much streets people stop each other and Philadelphia Negro while in Franco space to authentic Instances proving congratulations f news is received without sorrow or that in tbe words of the author the success is to have a white Quotations from the news- - road to ay Professor Du Bols cites many face these statements This Individual cases In support of bis bear out especially strange in view of the somewhat bitter deduction on of the friendly relations between England most striking being the experience of Germany that were supposed to a graduate of the University of Penn Â¬ sylvania signalised by Emperor Wil This young colored man took a lis TStlt to England laat month engineering was our own papers the Evening course In mechanical was well recommend- Â¬ many an apt student the sentiment ol ed and by reason of his excellent rec- Â¬ I when it says that the results of ord obtained a situation through an ad Â¬ e a terrible shook to vertisement He reported for work re Â¬ and the more deplorable mained only a few hours and was then i prestige ithe outcome tends to prolong discharged for the simple reason that more bloody a war that has his skin was not white The experi- Â¬ several times until bean disastrous beyond all ex- - ence was repeated discouraged He Is he became utterly Natorally those who have now a waiter In the University club with the Boer because he where he la forced to serve white fel le wnaer nog no not now reei low HI nil little he la entitled to their moral aup- Vmm staraainUv the ground that it is a struggle ot Shall I sing Because I Love Tour against a Gollatb Aa one paper asked Mrs Darley as she seated her the feeling the British reverses self at the piano 0 arouse in this country is a aym- No replied Mr Darley who Is a ith the British in their trouble brute If you love me dont sing DOuld at onee outrun and neu- Detroit Free Press Iny feeling of sympathy we may Dr Bills Ceif lymp will prere a Kkexre entertained and felt ourselves jostt- qufckaaa Mur ear for croap Mothers wImb entertaining on ine outer etue in year chueiea are attacked by that dreadfol disease On Sunday tbe announcement waa you can depend ea thai aarrelous remedy It ajtde that Lord Roberta would be sent never sails to can at oace Prfc gee I I I i Â¬ I The first indication of oroap is hoarse ness and in achild subject to that disease it may be taken as a sore sign of the ap Following ibU proach of an attack hoarseness Is a peculiar rough cough If Chamberlains Oough Remedy is given as scon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough It appears it will prevent the attack is need in many thousands of homes in this broad land and it never disappoints the anxious mothers We have yet to learn of a single instance in which it haa not proved effectual No other prepara- Â¬ tion can show such a record twenty five years constant use without a fail Â¬ ure For sale by A B Fisher Clover port R A Shellman Stephensport Baskett Coal BJBajMaaBeBaaBMaBBSlBWBBBjeMBBBBBBBBjaB TELLS ITS OWN STORY Â¬ When buying coal there are many things to take into conYou want a clean economical coal that creates sideration few clinkers Oanoer is hereditary in our family my father a sister and an aunt having died from this dreadful disease My feelings may he imagined when the horÂ¬ rible disease made its appearance on my side It was a malignant Canoer eating inwardly in such a way as to cause great alarm The disease seemed beyond the t1isssbpMPv skill of the doctors for thoir treatment did no good whatever the Cancer growing worse all the while MRS B X IDOL Knmaroiu remedies wera used for it but the Cancer steadily worse until it seemed that I was doomed follow the others of tbe family for I know how deadly Canoer is especially when Inherited I was advised to try Swifts SpeoffloS S S which from the first day forced out the poison I continued its use until I had taken eighteen bottles when I was oured sound and well and have had no symptoms of the dreadful affliction though many years have elapsed S S S is the only cure for Cancer Mrs S M Idol Winston N C ill heat without throwing ot ashes and dust and one that leaves WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANT All we ask is that you give us a trial and we feel sure of your further patronage for Our book on Cancer containing other testimonials and valuable information t will be sent free to any address by the Swift Specific Company Atlanta Georgia A A Sllierluk TorfT ffiHiea The horses the small hardy breed of the steppes are worked up to the Inst ounce in them on good road or bad and when they reach tbe welcome post house are tied up under a mere lean to and there left all In a lather to freeae stiff uutil their turn of service comes For some reason which round again 1 have never been able to ascertain they are Invariably tied up with their heads drawn as high as they will go On taking them out for another stage the driver whose whip has a sort of saw tooth arrangement affixed to the end on the side of the stock opposite the lash roughly scrapes off with it the hoar frost which has thickly in crusted their logs and Indeed their whole bodies At first the poor beasts walk with the gait of a Dutch doll but as the driver says he soon warms them up Another peculiarity of these marvelous CHRISTMAS SONG 8aif bird upon a holly aptly iwcctly all on Xmaa dayi Gvd morrow folka How do you dot A marri Xmaa all of you Ye rich ye poor ye old ye young Heard welcome of yta Joyoua tongue And all were lad to hear yt day Ye bird upon ye holly pray And It you do believe ya true told herein to you Wt I ba Ye bird upon ye hotly epray gfaall mrely lay to you today How do you dot Oood morrow Meade Peace aad food wilt to youra and you Eugene Field Our Coal Advertises itself SPECIAL PRICES IN CAR LOAD LOTS ALL ORDERS WILL HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION TO The FeHtiHlam Alone Oat of Order An Onion Creek Tex darky visited the establishment of an Austin jeweler I wish boss you would regulate Â¬ ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS steeds Is that they always get a pailful or more of Ice cold water to drink before starting out for their trick on the road with the result that they tremble all over in a manner pitiable to see but otherwise seem to be only the more fit for their work Black Â¬ Â¬ dls heab penjulum IIow can 1 regulate the pendulum without the rest of the clock Dars nuttJn de matter wld de rest ob de Inards ob de clock so 1 jess left em at home Jess you fix up de pen juhnn Ef der penjulum goes all right de rest ob de clock goes all right too I know dat much even If 1 aint had no book larnln Texas Sittings Pittsburgh Coal Company B-A-siCHa- ISXfl ra icrz-wmm wood Hla Happy Ftitnra The Saunterer happened to be dlulng with a friend the other evening and of course the tables population includboy Tbe ed the inevitable latter had fallen Into the habit of ask ing for all kinds of impossible things being refused and going howling from the room In obedience to the command He would re enter two minutes later with a half down dirty streaks and smile on a bright his face On this evening after the third excursion he suddenly conceived an affection for the sugar bowl He reached for It got It and as promptly gave It up In response to tbe threatening band of his mother His father glanced up casually waiting for the usual outburst before he sent him out but In stead the childs face brightened and his eyes twinkled with anticipation What are you so glad about WH- lter asked his father I w ua thlnkln answered Willie I wui thlnkln of all the sugar Im goln to have when everybody else In Philadelphia Inthis house Is dead quirer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Llvar Complaint Fuddy What is the matter with Harris lie seems all out of sorts Duddy He is suffering from liver complaint Fuddy Cant he find anything to help him Duddy tii nil i ii iff in ipp ii ne Is looking around for a new boarding house one In which liver Is not an Inseparable feature of the cuisine Boston Transcript v 30LLY ihe time is almost upon you I called In said the puffy little man to say that your story about the fire next door to me yesterday was all wrong asked the editor All wrong Yes sirl Why bang It sir Ispell my name with two ss and 1 make Philadelphia soap not shoe blacking North American HeRtIal Knots Irvingtons Christinas Store CHIPS j I OVERFLOWING WITH HOLIDAY GOODS have you decided where you are going to buy your Holiday A word do not purchase anything until a close examination of JOLLY A CAINS Goods Their stock will surprise stock has been made They have made extensive preparations c thn in tlm Trw lina will mn front von An endless assortment of D5KK 250000 CURED DOLLS BABY CARKIAGES ALBUMS VASES BKICA BBAC AND MANY OTHEK ARTICLES Watch for their opening announcement The fad of making useful presents is fast taking the place of buying frivolous goods We are showing the largest stock of The Leading Specialists of Aiirlci 20 YEARS IN OHIO In China 12ft miles from the village of Ltou Obek there Is a mountain of alum which In addition to being a natural curiosity la a source of wealth for the inhabitants of the country who dig from It yearly tons of alum The mountain Is not less than ten miles in circumference at sits base and has a height of 1040 feet The alum Is ob tained bv auarrvina larce blocks of stone which are first heated In great furnaces and then In vats nueu witn boiling water The alum crystallises out and forms a layer about six Inches In thickness this layer is suDsequeni ly broken up into blocks weighing about ten pounds each Â¬ Â¬ A Xeaataia et Alum WCCURE EMISSIONS young or mlddle aed men than tha pret They enoe ot then ntchtly loaaea produoe weakneaa nervoueneae a feeling symptom of ditrutt and a whole train of They unfit a man for busineH married No matter lite and aoolal happlneu whetner eauaea uy evil nuu in juuiu natural weakneaa or lezual exoeaaea oar New Method Treatment will poiltirely Vnthlnr can b mora demoraliaine to DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOES HATS AND CAPS GLOVES MENS FURNISHINGS SUSPENDERS HANEKERCHIEFS UNDERWEAR NECKWEAR Holiday Gifts An especial invitation is extended to the housekeeper to all and thoroughly inspect this beautiful line CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR EVERYONE ODR QUEENSWARE AND GLASSWARE departments are brimful of useful tilings for ours you- - NO CURE Karlr abuae or later exoettea may have weakened you Bxpoaurs may have diseased you Too are not aafe till oured Our New Method will euro you xou run Bonn vnu neail heln lal NO PAY Meatkara VaMleaa Until a mpnkey is beaten he has no fear He would s soon attack a lion as a gnat and as long as he can look Into your eyes he will not submit He Avert considers himself the master the head and he gives In Thta Is a recognised fact among animal train ers Tbe ringtail monkeys taken about by Italians are very gentle and are never whipped A Famows Basle The eagle which originally decorated the stem of the famous schooner yacht America which trst won what Is now known as the Americas cop Is now the sign of the Royal Bagle hotel ateByde Isle of Wight overlooking tbe scene of the vessels triumph over her English competitors in 1861 Itf Hot DfkvaU It Your honor protested the burglar a am as honest as the day ta long replied the magis 1 dont doubt trate I understand yon fellows trans act all your business at night Phila Vnnnar Man You are nala feeble and haggard i nervoui lrritaoie ana ex citable toil peoqme lorgeuui laoroie and deapondenti Ulotenoe ana pimplei sunken eyes wrinkled face stooping form and downcast countenance reveal the blight of your existence 250000 CURED olly aAT Cain Irvtngtori Ky j Â¬ v mft hn Mrtnua Tour ease mav be or how long you may hare had t our Nfcw MKlUOO llATMBNT will euro It Tho wormy veins retura to their uormal condition ana nonce ton sexual organs reoelre proier nourun- ment Tlio organs twoome wiauaeu u unnatural drains or losaes cease and no loinpontrr anly powers return Kut nHrmuiMit Aiire anorau NO JPKHA- CJRK NO PAY FHOM llUaiNEBH WE CURE VARICOCELE mmmafagRSBSSSsm nava i aaaa BUYS A M50 SUIT iffHfaWnBewrBSjWHi siss sshiius mum Mir Twa - 1 60 YEARS XPSRIKNOK vfir fa CURES GUARANTEED a uU aXa mall for dj Rant or by 6zprM kh Tittlt feotorr aad lTl 6BN3 a veaa abT ART BY THBt her auiai aamv sum w wui Mtui yo V O D iubtect to i- - tola eons In aaoa locality WHta at ohm ad in offer wont last foravar See our large Shorthand asuiauahlpIlta TAUQMT7MTbY Mill toaavaralpar SCHWARTZ SCHOOL jjmTJH Trade Marks AAMwaMftuvei Aft doeoririlon aaay An0B sandtaa a skateh ail free whether an aaToalT atoarUln oar opinion sWift Llltlllll 1U TREATMENT 2V VTT NA1 lOKSKfl BIAUDKH Ttv NBY JiseaMS CHAnUKH FKKE DOOKB VKEE ERATK If unable to oall write tar a JlIHTlU N ULANK tor llOMK VVJTA VA V rrfis UU OsM 1BaKBg3Be 1MBM eaas mltlm jtm LOUimVILLM lr1 KY rtraiatia Lyons ItottMst IteWMJ LaaottlT Syrup uoass Wfslf wsswsawsftjtawyjs Â¬ Kennedy K AgTo Kergan lUMMJSfKAM fM 4d Â¬ Â¬ ciwcimsJati o frpEM pa W FOURTH ST m iSTIssm ML delphia Becord SaBafM sVW fj faTM Is a vegetable preparation absolutely harmless in its effect it acts gently on tbe kidneys liter and bowels cures con- Â¬ stipation biliousness sick headache clears tbe complexion and makes the An ideal remedy for child- Â¬ blood pure ren as well as adults I free ulilel aaener Dtor eaetirtmcuaieute taruai Jiuuu m o imw ameakfatsill aoataa lutoe Itki ttfic HttKrkait telaw0loUoUl id weeklr 10 yilVHlRn sisrea larrH 1 ntwt orr Term 1 a journal Sow brail newdualera Nnw Ynrk Wwbiualuu 17 fT- WVrfVQmF - BREiKEiwiwjr WEDNESDAY Jae D News 27 1809 V HMWI4PaMnBnMM DKUEMBKR A NEW YEARS OREETINO TO OUR READERS 47 0 Babbaft BdlUrt m4 rraarlaVn CABAS tWntirf esiTTUKIU kargr4 far at Ike aernae r TIUIKS I wan ar iia ADVAICI ar It IIm afcanrat teat IM f I Nil II Cai KM FIW Ttar lUan lhn retara af your paper r n ruVr tittiutiinic n to diarnmtlnaa it r a mi u d an our arMioa will not atiahla n i minp y w mi ymr rueat unlet you atal t which po olh c your paper haa bora going Wa could not othrrwiar find yonr nan oa oar Mat In ii d h or hr mutt pay back daaa f thai ba A iha lnilad Stataa anTotd thla any protaciion to publtahtra Ihb Bum KKMKinrit Nawaia a howl joaraal aa ottd tn th laieirat ol Hrackanridga ctoaty and to ha nrighbnm cr untie It bailava la pro m ng in In Keajiii pus at wardit and upward not only be r in larmmgaa wil It im larva in id pugthn heat mrtnorj to reach the bet ii si i i id i an advocate of prugreaa in all imaa It tn an right page journal read with inter eat and 1 lit by people ol all claaaea and aga It aubacnttion pice ia i oo per year payable in ad Â¬ vance Iiua d at the erdol the year iac Kemit by poat office aonay order check expreaa aaonay of tier reKiatered letter or I or a coat Mam J D BABhAtt Publlther art Par -- Uhtnaptrarjnordaraaaapar rJiacoa Ihlm To all oar readers old and young rich and poor paid up and otherwise we extend the seasons greeting of a happy New Year to 70a and yours Christmas with its griefc and its gilV with its pleasure and its disappointments has oome and gone and wa have now to face the stern reality of a new year and anew century To our correspondents we would say a word of thanks It is due to you that we reoelre the notes of encouragement and appreciation from our readers that you see printed in our columns from time to time and it is due to your faith Â¬ fulness and promptness that ws get the news from this May this year county and adjoining ones while it is fresh keep you ever yigHent in this good work For our advertisers we would desire that in the coming year they reap the reward laid up for the man who adver Â¬ tises freely May his granary he overflowing his old stock gone and replenished with new his coffers full and his heart happy We can wish him no better luck than that his wares may be brought weekly before the readers of the 1 to a Philadelphia portrait painter with a request that be paint a picture of his Very well father said the artist hare the old gentleman come In when next In town and I will give him a sit ting Tho man replied He gant do dot he la dalt Oh well fhen ceeatr man once in ran In tho BmokT n tho Ohomt Then prohably the kidneys Then probably the lungs H M in tho Jotnto T Then probably rheumatism No matter where it is nor what kind you need have it no longer It may be an hour a day or a year old it must yield to graph of him No I elder r dont got no fottograf of him you have a photo- Â¬ A GREAT j Tin Hart County News published at is resplendent In new pink flown this week Our no workera in newepaperdom are doing tliemselree proud tbii season in point o holidayed -tions Jukek Victoria is Mid to be much distressed at the defeat suffered by her soldiers in South Africa All the events of ber life bare been marked by war but none have distressed her m this one has fche suffers terribly from Insomnia and it is feared that tier grief mar cause her Mucfjrdville death Wjc ark late this week aud ask the pardon of our readers A new press the holi days and many other things coming up that we were not looking for has thrown us off But well get tli ere on time yet and dont give us out We are going into the new year better equipped for good work and lots of it than ever be fore and we intend to succeed Fail is an unknown quantity in the makeup of the Nxws Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and so disposed of To our subscribers far and near from Maine to Manila That this year of 190C may we wish a happy New Year be the best and brightest in your life is the sincere wish of the editorof this paper To the general public we would say that our aim in the forth coming year will be to make our paper newsier and better and more acceptable than ever before and we earn- Â¬ estly solicit your patronage If you are not a subscriber we shall be glad to place your name upon our list at your ear Â¬ liest convenience And let us add that for you whose eye may chance to see may live long and these words our wish is that you prosper Nsrws him from dot All right said the artist describe hunM Veil my tedder was not so dall und not so short he vas not fat und not so And so the honest fellow prodin ceeded to describe his father as be re Â¬ called him The artist undertook to paint the pic- Â¬ ture and In doe course It Is completed and the Lancaster county man cornea In to view the results of the artists ef-Â¬ forts As the canras Is disclosed he gases long and reverently upon the pic- Â¬ ture of bis departed parent Then he feelingly remarks Yah dot Is mine faddert Mine fadder rat 1 loafed so much Hut ach hlmmel fadder how youhaf changed r PhlladelphlTlmes Â¬ Well how do you expect me to paint the portrait of your father when I can not eee him and hare nothing to give me an Idea of his appearance 1 dlnked maybe Yeti be replied of I dolt yon about him you gan baint Â¬ 1 ZlL goes on HOLIDAY The one great holiday that has grown stronger as time is Chrittmas The SEASON OF QOOD WILL That if you please is the backbone of our business Di Ayers Cherry pectoral Good Will to Our Public and Their Good Will Toward Us We bare sought snd won it and it has made us wha t we are JJUlijThat is our Christinas present to you and yours to us i i piaster Immediately after applying it yoe feel its soothing watag strength Â¬ ening power It quiets coogestlea draws 00 InBammatloa THE FAIB - ivTHANK YOU Oloverports Leading- One Price Store M A HUfnl Sratem The Memphis Scimitar tells of a re cent bride whose husband noticed that ahe was keeping an Itemised account Â¬ Â¬ It is a new plaster A sew combination of sew remedies Made after new methods Entirely aalike any other plaster The Trlwaph of Modern Medical Science The Perfected Product of years of Omk of the most distressing accidents GLENDEANE of recent months was the burning of eleven little girls at Quincy III last Fri Els Moore was here Sunday day The children were dressing for Everybody came home for Xmae a Christmas entertainment when one Business fine Saturday notwithstand caught fire from a gas jet The children were all dressed for a tableau in some the bad day flimsy material so the fire spread from Jesse Rhodes is visiting his sisters in one to another until there were eleven Oweneboro this week cbtlden burned to death and four more Mies Mollie Lyon of Irvington is visseriously injured iting Miss Nellie Moorman Mies Irene Board is visiting friends Dwioht L Moody the late evangelist here a dav or two this week wae a manofVxceptional magnetism and Miss Meda Maxwell is spending the power At the sge of seventeen be joined the Congregational Church and week with relatives at Union Star Glendeane has but few faults one is it has been an active Christian worker all life He realised much money from uses too much liquor Xmae times his the sale of hie hymns all of which was Miss Nannie Green has accepted a devoted to the spreading of the Gospel temporary position in the poet office especially among young men in whom Miss Monna Hunters school has closed he took an unutual interest He died at at Bewleyville and she is welcomed his old home at Northfield Mass Fri Â¬ home again day Dec 22 Mrs Sue Mercer leaves this week fora protracted visit to MoDaniels Leitch That wae a very pleasant event in the field and other placee history of the Glendeane school which Misses Ella and Airrta Robertson will we chronicle in another column It is worthy of emulation by other schools in attend the State Teachers Association the county Parent ought to take more in Louisville this week Overton Stanford and Pierce Harda interest in the schools Their presence occasionally is just as essential to the way both of Bewleyville are visiting in success of the school as is the pres this neighborhood this week Miss Fannie Grovee has returned to ence of the teacher and pupil There ie not a teacher in this county who is not Fordsville to stay She has many friends worthy of a gold watch and there ought here all regretting to see her leave to be more donations of this kind Dr Green and his nephew one of Mr Charley Robertsons sons are visiting CHRISTMAS EDITION the Drs home in Louisville this week L J Early the editor and proprietor Sarah Owen colored and two of her ol the Cannelton Telephone is to be friends whose names escaped me are congratulated on the appearance and visiting in Brandenburg during the holi- Â¬ contents of his Christmas edition It is days a handsome twelve page paper containBro Rutledge filled bis Glendeane ap ing a joy bells supplement with the best pointment Sunday night as usual He of holiday reading Heres good luok to gave a full house one of his beet ser- Â¬ the Telephone and it Perry County mons readers Miss Jessie Cary and brother and their AN EMDENCE OF MOSSBACKISM guests a Mr Whalen and his sister vis Â¬ ages Ghamblise No bbttkh evidence is wanted of Moss ited their friends the Mi backietn than the town that will vote Sunday local option when whiskey can be ob Â¬ Luther Smith engaged in timber buy- Â¬ tained in a few minutes from any source ing in eastern Kentucky is visiting at Haweaville learned this in the school of experience and now Cloverport fifteen Dr Dempsters Mr Smith is well years behind the times is in the clutches known here and a host of friends welof the e same fanatics No more devoted come his coming advocate of temperance lives on the face The first party of the holiday season of the earth than the writer but local option is a local farce and will not pro Â¬ will be given tonight Monday at D 0 hibit anything except revenue from going Moormans where everybody always has into the town treasury Give us general the best time imaginable prohibition or nothing and until that lime put saloous under strict guard of Master Willie Probus who works in the law Local option in Haweavrlle on the warehouse fell upon a slick step account of Canneltoi is a after doing some sprinkling Saturday burlesque Hancock Clarion We may be motebaoke we probably Three teeth were badly loosened and are for the Hancock Clarion says so and a badly bruised jaw resulted the Hancock Clarion has seen euough of Santa Glaus was unusually liberal this that species of forest dwellers to know time friends were thoughtful of one them when it meets them in the big another gift giving was extensive and road bat we v anr io be sober one Wa everybody closea happily the old year may b flf teen years behind the times with numerous good resolves for the and trie green growth on our Imcs may new May we persevere in keeping them I An accident reeulting from careless the use of ovareoai Klude the rightanof making but we handling of a giant firecracker Saturday sober men of our boys if it he aeeajble Wa tore much altayAesb from one of Id 4bre Angers Amputation wae have no Cannelton opposltei but we sjsoemryas was thought at Are realise the danger the almost oertaint face also reotived a scar The acci Â¬ of having whisker brought in from other Vlacee but it shall be the effort of the dent causes a postponement of bis boll tempera people to reduce this evil to day visit to Oweneboro a minimum Ia It not possible that Clore Jaobt ldnMMan Glen Moorman and port may establish a preoetieRt in keeping Walter will spend a ieujPrs a law that the majority of Its people htm with yeatfirtbe out at Mook tMf week nade If not we shall at least bare the Its wen that thejame law fornioa hunt aauiafaalon oi kjaowtng that we did bag at the close of the lye Joe therell what we utiL 1m ao MatUe aunt eot Hull at m they Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of tho household expenses In looking It over one day he noticed at the bottom of each page or two the letters D K WM This somewhat puzzled found it very difficult him to keep from thinking about what these letters could possibly mean It occurred to htm that possibly his wife was saving out some money to buy something for him But then he knew that his Initials were not D K W and this did not prove a satisfactory solution to the matter So one day when his wife was in a real good humor he took her in his arms and asked what she meant by 1 DKW D K W 80 cents and the like D K W stand for She replied dont know what Whenever I went get through scouring the woods and de Â¬ to balance my account at the end of vastating the fields of quail life each page and found I had spent mon- Â¬ Last Wednesday Dolph Clark finished ey for which I could not account 1 delivering 7000 lbs of fine tobacco av- Â¬ just put In a sufficient amount with eraging him within a few cents of 7 per the item D K W to make It balance hundred Same day a bran new baby just exactly boy came to make his home at Mr Faat Driving- - IattHaata Clarks Not even Louis Ashley is hav In the larger cities of Russia there ing as big a Xmas as our Iriend Clark is no limit to the speed at which a and to have a better time than Mr Ash- Â¬ horse may be driven through the pub- Â¬ ley has is known to but few men in this lic streets The typical harness horse is the Orloff a breed founded by Count world School resumes Jan 2nd aad runs till Orloff Chemenskl being a cross be- Â¬ tween the Arabian stallion Smetanka the first teaohera examination Careful imported mares principally Eng- Â¬ work will be done toward preparing for and lish certificates None but working students An average roadster Is 10 hands high wanted nor would any other sort be re- Â¬ and weighs 1100 pounds with heavy tained Dont want a big class of teach- Â¬ mane a bushy tail that reaches nearly ers but such a number that each may to the ground and Iron limbs that recite every day and that individual at- Â¬ show great muscular development tention may be given in all cases re- Â¬ The favorite color Is gray Such an animal is driven through the principal quiring it Petersburg at a furious Hon J P Haewell Editor Babbwre streets of St pace that portion near the center and and Bro Rutledge were all in town Fri beside the surface car tracks being reÂ¬ day and with our good people honored served for fast driving Utopia with a visit If I were not afraid During the winter months teams of he would waste basket this Id tell that two and three abreast are driven to our editor made an elegant address to sleighs at a three minute gait There the school and its visitors Hereafter Is racing all winter the courses being when he is at the picniue sales associa- Â¬ flooded at night to provide three InchesÂ¬ of solid Ice American pneumatic sultions institutes etc the people should kies harness boots gaitlng appli- Â¬ place him on the rostrum His ability ances etc are In general use there is equal to his capacity at the ta- Â¬ ble and all Breckenridge can testify to Lord LHHaetowae Vlalta THrner No one was admitted to Turners the latter Styles Howard closed his school most house in Queen Anne street unless spe- Â¬ Â¬ successfully with a well patroniied en- Â¬ cially Invited There was a sort of litgrille the center front tertainment Friday night In usiugsome tle IronthroughIn which the of thehouse Â¬ door old tableau powder Henry Lakes eldest son keeper used to look and see who was burned his hand considerably Barring there As an example of the rarity of this accident the occasion was an enjoy- Â¬ visitors the late Lord Xjinsdowne who able one the proceeds were good and was a great lover of art and a friend of their district library is now next to the Turners told me that after receiving largest in the county Mr Howard as Â¬ no answers to bis letters be resolved to patrons and his faithful pu- Â¬ beard the Hon in his den He there Â¬ sisted by his pils has done a great work and his place fore went and knocked at the door when a shock head appeared at the will not be easily filled when he quits iron grating and Its owner called out teaching With the New Year he goes Cats meat I suppose to Lexington by appointment where he Yes cats meat answered his will take a course in meobanioal engi Â¬ lordship and squeezed himself In Mlllals Life of Turner neering DEATH FROM BUTTER cetis is often brought on from impure articles of diet Avoid maroenne or bull and hog butter Also inquire not otflp who made the butter you use but Bomething about the cows health and environment Mrs So and So always makes good butter is a com- Â¬ mon expression but her half starved cow that has the hollow horn and is turned out on a zero day to seek protection on the lea side of a barbed wire fence makes some folks doubt its being good butter I manufacture butter from a healthy and well fed herd of Jerseys and use the centrifugal oream separator and all improved dairy niachin ery that ia used in our best creameries or known to modem butter mak- Â¬ ing and guarantee my butter equal to the finest Elgin Irately Patient Toll Placed over the cheat it U a powerful aid to Ayers Cherry Pec Â¬ toral In the treatment of ail throat and long affection Plsoed over the stomach it stops aaoaea and vomiting over the bowels it controls cramps and colic Placed over the small of the back it removes all congestion from the kidneys and greatly strengthens weak nest For sale by all Druggists j i Ayer uo uwn a The dread Typhoid fever and fashionable though painful append 3 Xr a He Would Know Mare An exceedingly well dressed woman Â¬ Put up in meat packages of Â¬ Â¬ 10 sat In an elevated railway car the other day and opposite her was an elderly Wrapped in parchment man 3fee woman got up to leave the car and In the corner of the seat where she had been sitting the man I also have spied a piece of black net Jumping PigS r - frm registered for It he called out Kentucky has none better and few as good stock Madam you have left your veil I refer to any one who has ever seen my stock Satisfaction or As she took no notice of him he your money back dashed down the aisle after her and touching heron the elbow again said W FOOTE Madam you hare left your veil holding It up In full LAKELAND DAIRY FARM at the same time view of all iwawaWJiaiawajwaajjawappawawawwawaawaai 1 It was a frowsy frayed torn piece e of black cotton net It Is not mine sir she snapped out giving him a withering look and the obliging old man shrank back as if be had been jabbed with a hatpin while the passengers grinned Why was she so mad about it he asked In a dazed way as he laid the homely little rag on the window 5 AND 25 LBS h Poland China Dr P If Irvington Ky sill I guess you never paid for a wo- Â¬ mans finery said another man Thats so said the withered one in a hopeless tone I am a bachelor Perhaps Id know more if Id mar- Â¬ reeeeeevaoweeeeeeeeteeeeeeeee I A Plain Unvarnisrjfi Story No Store in Cloyegfort Can Match our Prigm 18 lbe 8 1 k i I i J W ried Granulated Sugar 1 2Jbs Dewey Reception V Cakes for 26c 8 packages Brasil Cocoa nuts for 10 Oream Cheese Finest 2 lbe for 860 2 for 60 Piokled Pig Feet 16c per Best Salmon 1 You feelingly would that said the other New York Tribune Polks Best Tomatoes 8 for 3 pound cans Best Green Tea 0Oolb Piokles 6 dos fer 26o Heirns Polks Corn 2 lb oan 2 for 15o 25e 4 lbs crackers Boasted Coffee 124e lb 16c dos Lemons KeatlMK the Xdaaloa When a man Is tired he stretches his arms and legs and yawns Birds and animals so far as possible follow his example Birds spread their feathers and also yawn or gape Fowls often do this Fish yawn they open their mouths slowly until they are round the bones of the head seem to loosen and the gills open Dogs are Inveterate yawnors and stretchers but seldom sneeze unless they bare a cold Cats are always stretching their bodies legs and claws aa every one knows who has a eat for Goods at theM price cannot be ohargred All orders by telephone will receive prompt attention lfapli Chairmen Whltworth Resigns The Aae Mlalater Hardixsburg Ky Dec 23rd 1899 If his work be in a city church it question whether any minTo thk Dbmooratio Cohmittsk I here- Â¬ is a grave now discbarge ister can it with effi by resign the Chairmanship of the Dem ciency who ia much above 00 years ocratic Committee ofBreckenridae ooun of age The multitude of details in a count resignation to take effect from city parish the excitement of the life this date Judge N McO Mercer ia the severe demand upon the mind and made acting Chairman and all business the heavy burden of responsibility call for committee will be done through him for a man In the prime of life with until the committee elects a regular an alert Intellect and an unfailing Chairman I thank all precinct com Â¬ body Ian Maclaren in Ladies Home mitteemen for the help they have ren Journal dered me and am giring up the Chair Â¬ Teotc Their Ilaaa manship because my business will not Here is a story which Baron Dowse permit the time to give same proper atÂ¬ the celebrated Irish Judge once told in that exaggerated brogue which he tention Yours Very Reept lored to employ J WnnwoaTH I was down In Cork holding assises On the first day when the jury came Dr Mcnwllen Acquitted la the officer of the court said Olntle mea av the jury yell take yer accus HAKOtmnioaq Ky Dee 88 Special And may I The baavtasdjr waraanie sworn out here tomed places If ye plane never laugh said the baron if they last week by Mias Laura Galloway of all walk Into the dock McDanlels against Dr HeMullen of the didnt etme place was tried here to day and the Am Vialmevrm llwra It artificially digests the food and aids attendant was acquitted after all of the La Oaceta published In GuadalaÂ¬ nature in strengthening and recon Â¬ structing the exhausted digestive or- Â¬ jara part In Bngllsh and part In Span gans evidence bad been heard by the jury discovered digest Itls the ish prints In a prominent place the ant and tonic latest other preparation No following A Rne Ni oan approac n it in emciency it in stantiy relieves ana psrmai tently cures Wednesday morning December fTth WUt ttt gatlaa was eatfaraaa vis at Dyspepsia Indigestion HsartDurn lack awjftnutlueable ia fta eataaaaa to the niatoaTii abort I a happy eirpsaslU Sour Stomach Hausea feaWSar avanlae plew awS ant kti ftetearapai Ylatulenos L T Selda eownteaanee and many Sir ar JUwaa at lanaaar la win greatly okHeadaohetatraglaChmps and were unable to solve the change vmU aUe 4L all other results of imperfect digestion it developed that aoneyonng kdyhad irorcesMpt is a corruption of faroe arrived at bkaWMiee lite Mmm sgigsnls rVsnered by E C DeWITT a CO Chicago meat from the Trench farce stuffing ataaatraeninlions For sale by A K Usher Cloverport L c meat for sttuVng Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Horses stretch violently when and after indulging in a roll but not as a rule on all fours A stag wheu stretching sticks out hla head stretches hla fore feet out and hollows his back aud neck as though trying to creep under a bar Moat rutulnaut animals stretch when they rise up after lying down Deer do It regularly so do cows This fact is so well known that If a cow when arising from lying down does not stretch herself It Is a sign she Is ilL The reason for this is plain the stretch moves every muscle of the body and If there be any Injury any where It hurts Pittsburg Dispatch a pet JULIUS SIPPEL fTOVEHPOBT KY - eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeea Ul WMnavaa a alMiaaltnalaliUlTT wataaeaBBBlnnnnnnnnnnnnnKnn tiaaiacv inma auaaa f aaiam SanaaS aitrakaklO mat tnighl dapot Ilia Yoa oan axaaalaa ft at your vim uil If at and la uutl mM aaaaaaaMtaA valo tuaJ to organ tbat yoaatar aaw and rrUU taTeiMee tMnwatnat STSeeorgan ajTarhaait otliara at tar annar 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the past few days About 1030 oclock last night with a crowd of young peo ple he was burning fireworks and money in front of Mr Boy Gilberts resldenoe Young Jolly had a regular ear splittinr cracker for th final effort The thing burned too dowly for his gratification aad he took the instrument of extreme torture and sestatio joy in hia hand to see if tbe fuse had blown out It hadnt and there was an explosion When young Jolly reoovered from his surprise be discovered that a section of his thumb waa missing two finger nails hung br a thread and bis band bad a general bat Â¬ tered appearance Dr MoOormlok waa called in and had to take a number of stitohes before he oould patch ths thumb into some sort of semblance of Ita original diape but the finger naila were gone beyond redemp- Â¬ tion axoept that be may grow a new pdr He will be laid up soversl days until repairs are completed Onreneboro Messenger Â¬ u stomach malaria inaiges- on torpid liver constipation all bilious diseases MS Liver PILLS teECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY cirtr HCAnArHPerrra- by the timely use of t Liver Pills an old and rite remedy of increasing jlarity Always cures NEWS DEO 37 1809 Tle News in Brief t4t4444444 444 cloth for tabta at Bulsers FraJse spent ftaudav in Hsnder- - iBurks has returned from McGavook Louis- - mat to Wbstr nor Nicholas went to Hawearville iy if is Florence Oottrell M at bom from Ivill Lishsn apeat his Christmas at Itou Kra J P Payne h vlstting relatives tth city Lola Owen 1 spending tbie week ills at Gleadeane ilia e holidays riff Pate of Hardlnsburg was in Robertson ie yesterday Frank Fraiae spent Friday and In Louisville S hearts of many children were happy Sunday night Lee Stiles of 8tphensport was wae r ttown yesterday shopping Hamilton Hennln of Hawesville the dty Monday evening Prof W B Maple la Tisitlng bis in Jefferson county Sheriff V B Bnrton of Hardinsbnrg at the holidays in the dty I Qbarlea Riedel Jr of Holt assisted Sippel as clerk Saturday pJahn Bail- of Carina ton waa in town v y en route to Proctor Ind Vhere were very few men under the loenoa of intoxicants Saturday George- 5 Walter Oelss is at home from for the ubristmas holidays Xh new ooundlmen of thk town will the oath of office next month in this dty people have already begun to Mr A J Katz came down from Louis Â¬ new resolutions for the new year ville Friday and remained until Sunday on i Mr John T Ditto was a passenger Mr Eats is proprietor of the Fair store rts train enroute to Deeatur -i with her parents 0 W Moorman Sr went to Glen deane Monday at which place he is putting op tobacco Dr J F Ligblfoot of Uaweeville was in town Monday ths guest of bis son F L Llghtfoot Misses Orelis Lane and Bailie Veach of Oweosboro are visiting Mrs John Neubaur this week Mr and Mrs Farnk Boyd of Owent bore were the guests of Mr and Mrs Alex Boyd Monday Joseph Seymour the laundryman weal to Muldrauh Monday He will be absent a week or more Tom Ferry who some Urns ago was bait at school while playing bail Is now able to be out on orntebes Mr and Mm Benedict Mattingly and Mr Jack Mattingly went to Qlendeane Tuesday to visit relatives Mrs Harriett Payo and children of Lodlbnrg are the tuesta of Owen Keys and Frank Hall this week Mies Hicks a charming Oweasboro young lady spent Monday and Tuesday with Miss Belie Brace Boyd Mr aad Mrs E H Briedenbacb of Oweneboro were the guests of Mr and Mrs Obas Mar 8r Monday Mr and Mrs Harriet 8tewart of Web star were in town from Saturday until Monday the guests of friends Mrs 0 E Llghtfoot left last week for Sorgho her home to spend the holidays with ber parents and relatives Mr and Mrs Fred Delia van of Louis villa have arrived in the dty and are the guests of Mrs J R DeHaven Mr and Mrs George Bentley of Haweevitle were at the home of Mr and Mrs F N DHuy Monday Mrs Churls B Skillman and little daughter Elisabeth are spending the Ohriettnaa holidays at Morganfleld Oaraon Weir a compositor on the Naws went to Oweneboro Sunday and remained until Monday with relatives A notice of contest of the recent elec Â¬ tion held in the Oloverport Magisterial district appears eleewhere in this issue Mr and Mrs Charles P Babbage and son Henry of Louisville arrived Satur day night to spend Xmas with relatives R N Hudson went to Falls of Rough Tuesday He will join a party of hunt Â¬ ers who will spend the week in hunting Mrs J H Bennett of Louisville and Mrs Settle Baeham of Oweneboro are visiting at the Smith House at Stephens port Misses Liaaie and Lusetta Hill of Hen Â¬ derson spent Sunday and Monday here the guests of their cousin Miss Dora Berry Kenneth Ferry and Andrew Severs firemen on the branch railroad are spending the holidays with their parents WIBSTKR Business is good Santa Olaua visited mors names tail year than atasi After Jan 1st ths poatetVc wlU bs kept In Draaes stot Oloverport did herself ptottd ea tit 19th Heres our bead Willie Beard of Oweneboro la visit ing bis uncle L 0 Slmmoar Miss Ella Kurts Orutcher of Unrrast came home to spend ODriaimas Miss Lola McQary will be tbe faast of Mies Ada B Hsnusrson duriag th halt days Several entertainments are prom load the voting folks around hare for the bo4 idays Old red liquor will go every time wmom the ease la properly presented to the people By the new arrangement church serÂ¬ vices embrace the fifth Sunday as well as the second J B Gibson and ohildren went to Oloverport Monday for a few days vidt to relatives Mrs Pattou of Gentry county Mo is visiting the family of ber unde Ab ner Adkieson Miss Addie English went to Loaierille Sunday to spend the holidays with her deter Mrs J B Kendall The holiday trade was never better here than it has been this year and eur merchants are gratified at the amount of business done Uncle FloydGreenwood sold hie buneh of yearlings at 4 cents per pound in stead of 44 cents as stated in last weeks ieeue of the Nbws Wejare glad to have Misees Korrie Kurfx and Nannie Lyddanwho have been away at school for some months with ub for the holidays Maok Payne bas sold his blacksmith sbopandeontente toTom Lyddan who will operate the budnees in this line more extensively than has been done heretofore We did think we would be able to chronicle several weddings from here ere the swallows make their return but the indications now are that we will do well to chroniole one A Holiday Event Our public school closed last Friday One of the most enjoyable oocalsiona with a nice treat for the children The of the week will be the exchange party teacher Mr English taught a school Friday night at the home of Mrs A R that was highly gratifying and he greatÂ¬ Fisher Everybody ie invited to come ly endeared himself to the people here Adtwtmments imrled under this head at the and bring a bundle which they can ex Our town has never done the amount rate of one cent a word each insertion chang for something they like better of business it should have done taking Admission 10 cents LEGAL BLANKS into consideration our advantage in point of town site and territory adja Â¬ Geo Baker of Oweneboro spent Mon- Â¬ OK SAIK Wank Deed and Mortgaga awl Hlank All Form of hkhikm- - day with hie parents at Hardinshurg cent from which to draw trade We IDGK NEWS OFFICE hope to see a new impetus to budnees lr Prof Pis Presented With rtoad soom Tim Piece by Patrons Friday afternoon Doc 22 was an In teresting occasion at the Olnmleane school A number of patrons and friends were in attendance when Dr Dempster in behalf of the patrons of the school presented Mr Joel H Pile with a beau- Â¬ tiful gold watch in token of tbelr esteem and in appreciation of hia successful efforts in inspiring his pupils to their best effort in the school room This present cam as a complete surprise to Mr Pile who however rose to tbe ocÂ¬ casion in his usual happy manner Af ter bis remarks he called on Rev W B Rotledge who addressed the pupils in an interesting and instructive talk There were speeches made by other friends of the school and the afternoon was one of tbe most pleasant ever spent at Utopia Â¬ br Â¬ - Piles remarks were aa follows A poet said I bad a seeming friend I gave him gfts and he was sons I bad an open enemy I gave him gifts and I won him This after Mr Mt Fbibwu Â¬ in this dty l E David R Murray and daughter Alliene spent Monday at Hardlns and Mrs Jess Weatherholt have Sulphur Springe to vieit rela- - tltf i o Maud and Daisy Rice of Green are visiting their aunt Mrs Jno A Df Harris and wife of Phllpot are in dty yidting Mr and Mrs Jasper Will Mattingly and children are Mrs Matttnglys father Mr JH h i Rowland baa accepted a with the Breekenridge Oanael farmers have no oomplalnt to against the weather for delivering Morton who attends a military ia at borne for the at Lexington Fanny Smith and Oreoo Ferry home to spend Christmas with parents EPffl Marion Bowmer a visit to the returned Satur Misses Iglehart awKtWv Adklsson wont to Webstar aHBMPV to visit his parents and spend H Galloway of Irvington came Mad remained until today with Benton BHtmKrthe guest of Oentertown Mrsis of Mr and Wlson of Louisville spent the his parents Mr and Mrs BBBaHHFffijrlar Is extended to all to the Naws new press and of Gannelton tn4 tvdutj were Â¬ Iwjir r W Gabriel Mav of Louisville peat Xntas with his parents Mr and Obas May 1P11 itjdaT and Mia Alex Boyd Monday lapatioa Lewis who is ill at the ih infirmary at Louisville Is im- rapidly an and son John and little Angle of Irvington were in ViMaKant BiltA tWW l kaa kaaa M -- saA Notice of Contest Kotlce is hereby given that Thoe 0 Tousey and others citizens and voters of the Oloverport Magisterial district Breekenridge oounty Kentucky have this day filed in the Clerks offioe tbe Breekenridge County Court a written Not aa Applicant statement of their grounds of oontestof Hakdimsbubo Ky Dee 26th 1899 Editor of BaacKBMaiDOB Naws An sr tbe election held in the Oloverport Mag Â¬ tide appeared in a recent issue of your isterial district on the 19th day of De Â¬ paper announdng that Hon R N Mill- Â¬ cember 1899 upon the proposition er bad been offered a place of profit and whether or not spirituous vinous or honor by the present Republican ad- Â¬ malt liquors should be sold bartered or ministration at Frankfort and that Hon loaned therein and whether said law odock dinner Jno P Haswsll Jr Mr Allen R Kln and prohibition should apply to drug Â¬ gists therein and have caused a copy of Mies Addle G Ditto of Louisville ar cbeloe and myself would be applicant of said statement to be served on the for the county Attorneyship rived Sunday evening from Hawasvitle gives me pleasure to learn of Mr Oounty Judge of this oounty This the It where she bas been the guest of Mrs Sfkd day of December 1899 George Bentley to be the guest Of ber Milters prospective appointment and I good fortune Clayton Keys congratulate him on his deter Mis J D Babbage Thos 0 Tousey However tbe statement that I will Joe B Smart John 0 Mattingly Mr Jeasa Wbltworth of Hardlnsburg Thos W Lewis J W Mattingly who baa so creditably filled the high po attempt to succeed him in the event he Jae B Pace Jr F Fraiae wholly un Â¬ as Chairman of the Dsroocratio aoospta th offered place is dtion H L Htader J H Pbeloa authorised by me J Barnaul Fiaher S G AbL Com of this oounty for soma time has for and will not Price Graham M W Mitohdl I am not aa appUoaat resigned His article of resignation ap Ulrioh Farber James Hambleton be peara eleewhere la this Issue I am entirely satiafwd with my place Onae WHam man F L Ligbtfoot Olayton Orosson uenry oolong la th Iatarael Revenue eervioe under WBIett Wheeier Murray Murray A Severs Attorneys Oollootar Fmaks The marriage of Miat Mary WtUtAt Respectfully nicoe of Mrs L D Addison to tnL Ia a Critical Com4KJo Jess B Eskridge Wheeler occurred Thursday at lOodoek Th Meads of Mrs F 0 Ferry of Ste at the beautiful country reddeaos of PissmisiIms 9 pbensport regret to learn of ber serious Mrs Addisons Thar will be ssrvios Sunday morn Â¬ illness 8b is at tbe Morton Infirmary Miss WiUctt is a young lady icssiaud serious ing at U oclock at th Baptist church at Louisvllls where she had of away accomplishments while Prof and wrvioss la th afteraooa at 8 odock operation performed on Sunday from Wheeler is prindpai of the Livoraote which aba has not rallied and bar con Â¬ High School which ranks among th for man Regular servloes at night All dition is oritioal an espadally invited to com flrsf class institations of learning Miss Pearl Benham who la vidrlag On Minute Oough Our 1 tbs best ths bom of Mayor Barry aad wife of remedy I ever used for coughs and oolds this dty attended the wedding It is unequalled for whooping cough Ohildren all like It write H N Will Breckearidg Docrats Eadors tfs lama Geutryville Ind Never fails It Coat la th only harmless remedy that gives taking Scotfs Emulator b At a mass ooavenilon of Breckearldge Immediate results Oars coughs colds Democrats held at Hardlaaburg Saturday cauic jtfi warm weather hoarssness croup pneumonia bronchi- Â¬ Keep takinf It until yoa arc Dec 33 resolution endowing the actios tis aad all throat and lung troubles Its cured of the stat eommitto of to party war early us prevents ooasampttoa A R It wffl heal your kinft and peased Thsy approved th eoatoat lor Fiaher governor lieutenantgoveraor and othor gtre you rich blood In sum Â¬ they pledged to th party their office a cod mer aa m winter If Reailaf On moral aad material aid lata pro B Urer oil made easy Th Ladles Reading Club will meet ooatests aad tay aapaalad tioa of said Mesa4l i at the home of Miss Kate Ogiesby ThursÂ¬ to th law for avindloattoa of their right day afternoon -- Miss Delia Batt a compositor on the Nxws left Sunday for Gannelton where she spent Christmas with her mother Mrs Statira Batt Mrs Nawcie 0 Porter of Henderson arrived in the dty Tuesday where she will make her future home with her sons 8 R and P N Berry Clyde Morrison who is working for the Henderson route at Louisville spent Christmas in this dty with his mother Mrs J H Morrison The friends of Mrs Ella LaNeave who is ill at the Norton Infirmary at LouisÂ¬ ville will be glad to learn that she is improving rapidly and will be home soon Miss Ellas May entertained the Misses Lena Ward Payne Owsneboro and Belle Bruce Boyd and Mr MoFmrland Monday at dx Payne Oweasboro noon each of you might add I had a real friend I gave him a gift and he found not words to express himself Indeed when the heart ie fullest when feeling is greatest when our very being clamors for expression that we may apeak our souls it is then that we real- Â¬ ise what weak things words are weakest when we would have them strongest I think In vain for appropriate utter Â¬ ance In fact your kindness and your expression of esteem quite overpower me until I etand here unable to speak at this golden opportunity with this golden timepiece Our own Emerson says He is a good man who can receive a gift well If this be the standard of measurement for goodness I fear I do not measure knee high to the smallest child here These things sweep us off our feet as it were until we do not know whether or not we receive well I do value this valuable gift but I value you my good friends immensely more Here I see a face beautiful bright open frank honest looking but it is not half so much to me as are the bright in- Â¬ telligent sympathetic honest faces of you my friends Hsre I see hands constant hands faithfully pointing tbe hours telling me to rise to work to dins to rest to play to sleep but these bands are far less to me than the willing helpful hands of friendship which I see about me on every side Ths ticking of this watch musie in its golden shell ie far lees to me than the beating of your own kind hearts infin- Â¬ itely less than the heart throbs of these ohildren whom I love and blunderingly toil for gladly toil for day after day But I can not make a speech I can Â¬ not speak my feelings what I fain would utter will remain forever unuttered In tbe coming months Ill try to show my appreciation by my increased effort to do well the work you have entrusted to me In conclusion may your years be as your kind deeds many May your hap Â¬ piness be as great as that which you be Â¬ stow May you too sometime be over- Â¬ come by tbe kindness of your friends till you are embarrassed lost to words paralysed of tongue I want you to know bow it feels I cant tell you If snob a thing is possible may you receive the good things of this life be jond your deserts even as I know I reÂ¬ ceive them beyond mine I thank you Happy New Year to All There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all oilier dieeaees put together and until the last few years it was supposed to be incurable For a great many years dojetors pro-Â¬ nounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly fail- Â¬ ing to cure with local treatment pro Â¬ nounced it Incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitu- Â¬ tional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney x Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken inter- Â¬ nally in doses from 10 drops to a tea spoonful It acts directly on the blood and muoous surfaoes of the system They offer one hundred dollars for each case it fails to cure Send for circulars and Address testimonials Co Toledo 0 F J CHENEY ass Sold by Druggists 76c A Social Event A most pleasant social event was given at the Commercial hotel in this place last Saturday night by Mrs Ford and her two daughters The affair was purely a social one and was given in honor of those who bad called upon the the Misses Ford since their arrival here a few wetke since The dining room was handsomely decorated with flowers and at ten oclock lunch was served Those present were Rev F M Petty and wife Mr and Mrs Gus Shell man Mrs Wm Hensley and her daugh- Â¬ ter Miss Eva Misses Alice and Maggie Baker Mies Annie Gardner Mleses Liaaie and Katie Eskridge Mr Jess Esk- Â¬ ridge Messrs Frank Jones and Claud Mercer Miss Ella Hook W S Ball John P Haewell Jr V B Burton Thomas Withers W K Barnes and wife Herbert Beard Amoe Board Horace Scott Jr Ed Guthrie Lewis Kincheloe Mr Studebaker Kokomo Ind and J H Work MoKinney Texas Â¬ Sulzers PIT i Mrs Emma yvvsvvtvtyvevvev I WANTS LJkayvsye Iel TUITION here next year Powder Burns Ills Byes Lilburn Smith and Poindexter Gallo- Â¬ way were enjoying Xmas by firing a cannon and fir crackers Unfortunate- Â¬ ly while preparing to shoot a tire eraok er it rlssed and ignited the powder burning Lilburn Smiths eyes He is not seriously injured and will scon recover firs Emma Smart OK SAIK Certificate in Bryant A Mratton BurineM College LouUvflla Kv Apply to KCKKNKIDOK NKWS OFFICK JlM rsK ED enspoit Ky DAY SALARV WAN rwanted t canvass anteed Call or address the kind that IBRKEO Indianapolis A lew energetic ladies and J Above salary guar Â¬ B H1QGS Steph KtU Smart formerly of this place died Saturday at the residence of her brother Smith Waggoner at Hitea Run She was buried Sunday Rev T V Joiner officiatinir THIS PAPER KDflEWOOD BBKK8H1KKS FARM JOUR ONE YEAR Children Made Happy One notable fact concerning the clos- Â¬ ing of the saloons in this Magisterial district ia that ohildren who have never been visited by dear old Santa were made happy this year by his visitation A Typhoid Victim Mrs Tom McGavock nee Miss Emma Newton died at her home near this place last week of typhoid fever She leaves a husband and several children all whom but two are ill with the same disease Did a flood Business The merchants of tills town and all over the oounty report tbe largest holi- Â¬ day trade ever before known Mayor John A Barry and wife enter Â¬ tained a number of their young friends Thursday evening in honor of their guests Misses Benham of Big Bend Maud Rice of Greenville and Daisy Rice of Hopkins ville We want to get 1000 subscribers to our paper by New Years and are going to do it if we can we therefore continue our arrangement witli the Farm Journal by FRANK BOARD which we can send Thk Brkckbnbidox Nbws and the Farm Journal 5 years Promoted To the Position of Assist- - both for 100 And we make the same offer to all oid subscribers who will pay ant Cashier of Hardlnsburg all arrearages and one year in advance Bank You know what our paper is and tha Farm Journal is a gem practical pro Special gressive a clean honeet useful paper Kv Dec 26 HASDiJiBBUao The friends of Frank Board will be full of gumption full of sunshine with glad to know that he has recently been an immense circulation among the beat people everywhere Yououirhttotakeit promoted to the position of assistant NOTICE cashiers place in the Bank of Hardina We are going to send you soon a sam- Â¬ burg Mr Board has been with the ple copy of tbe Farm bank almost since its organisation and let it speak for itself Journal free itand Lookout for this promotion was a recognition of his valuable services to the institution The Bank of Hardlnsburg is one of the solid financial inetution of the country and it has done more business this year than ever before win as the record ol my and Spring fitld this year will attest I showed only animals of my awn breeding and captured a good percentage o4 the desirable prises The priie wmnlng boar Head old Artlul Duke 10th in light Jr 43Y99 My brood service llgs of their get lor sale sows are of best American and English strains CALDWELL NORTON Come and sec me Louisville Kv NAL5YEARS PAY UP AND GET BOTH PAPERS AT THE PRICE OF ONE Holiday Goods Candies Ring In the new King lathe tree We bring to you th new and true from th pkisy forests of Norway King oat the old ARing out the false PfeVJ Fruits Fire Works We have bought direct ironi jhe manufacturer can give you bot- Â¬ tom prices Opt afeotit ttxe DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Dont Stop rated rJmlaobe beartng mucus Is cut out t ths cause of that tkkllng It iwrwrrsrl and tli Inflamed membrariesanbealsdand soothed to that there It do inclination to cough SOLO BY ALL OOOO Natures most natural remedy Improved by to Pfeeusuit PerauLaemt PmHlr Cure for coughs colds and all iiiflamed surfaces of th Lungs and Bronchial Tubes Th tore weary cough worn Lungs aj exhilaÂ¬ elene W DnUMHsTt MCT stoMto Owiy tc Hi ffsVJw h1fsW JgffgaBjfiBBnjBBnBBSSSy syni i Mwa SO suhI fM00 YOU THE sua a i mi JifpppiJHBp fldn ECLIPSE B5Hff TPW TTpTfTO W T HRIHbbHmPT1FP T BE BAD BOYS FATHER On Religion CHRISTMAS LONG AQO The Baaaaat m The Christmas banquet of mediae val times was a very brilliant affair followed by spectacular performances particularly at court whore prices alons dancing and the acting of allegories were favorite amusements Be- Â¬ sides the representations the ballet frequently acted some simple story A favorite allegory represented Prome Â¬ thean stealing the spark from heaven and making his escape Vulcan and Yearn forging the bolts of Jove the tall of Phaeton the love of Semele and Its fatal catastrophe and Love and Beauty setting the universe ou Are with their united power From the time of Henry VIII until nearly the close of the seventeenth cen- Â¬ tury boars bead was a favorite dish on BY flftS HATT1B OWNNBLL Christmas day This was an event of I have often told yon my dear Mr Ed- Â¬ them a little time People who gradu great pomp and ceremony After the itor that through this excellent psper 1 ate in banco or burglary of any kind guests bad assembled around the fes Â¬ Â¬ procession of retainers have formed many tin of fritndabip have to pay the penalty This trust busi tive board the ness is conducted in a smaller grand- Â¬ appeared Then also that through this medium many stand manner all around us We call Was brought Um lusty bnwa Br old bin coated serrint nsai ray of Ruusbine bare come into my life the magnates Christians as the world Then tht trim boars head fiuwuad oa Ufa Cftsttd with ban and rosuaary Books pgpen poems journals come al goes but some dsy their true colors will fly Th a ones who tell the public that While round the mm wunll bewt moat weekly from readera of thli paper Garnished with rtbboM blithe did trowL Several iMOes since I had a topic on any kind of cotnlination or monopoly or At Queens college Oxford the Pecks syndicate or trust is for the benefit of bringing In Governor Pecks new book of the boars head was at- Â¬ the dear people and that thev are the Bed Headed Boy Uncle Ike and the tended with processional honors The noblest work of God deceive Pleasure This week I have received the book with hours head was carried in by the Â¬ my topic clipped oat and paeted on and good in this world whether in busi strongest of the guardsmen singing a the tlv leaf I am deeply indebted to ness or society is made nosssible by a merry stave The turkey as a Christmas dish was some thoughtful kind soul for this de- Â¬ Higher Power One must be square lightful book which is far ahead of and and do business on the Golden Rule Introduced into England in the six Â¬ plan He or she who does baa a heap teenth century and is therefore of less vastly superior to Pecks Bad Boy antiquity than the huge sirloin of beef Gov Peck takes np neatly every issue more teligion than some people who are or the mince pie Mince pies were first was a leading one in the late war Mating about all the time that shaped like a manger as were the The Red Headed Boy wants to die Yule and comment criticises and explains cakes given out by the bakers to He hits on of appendicitis or some other fashionable their customers to the Red Headed Boy Mince pie was also most everv fad that is popular and in disease peritonitis for instance The long ago accepted as typical of the a masterly manner Beautilul language doctors he knows will make inroads into riches and spices brought by the three Â¬ keen satire quick wit goodness of heart his anatomy large enough for an auto- wise men to the Child in the manger The plum porridge later developed mobile to pass through fine counsel and wholesome advice See the hits Governor Peck isnt an into the plum pudding which dates me add some of abound plentifully Let At the old Christmas expansionist and says McKinley paid from 1675 the brightest feasts peacocks and cranes formed 20000000 for a gold brick he thought some of the dishes Before being I aca with Gov Peck Inert basd and roast Â¬ soul on Turning the other cheek when but he will find theres much brass in ed the peacock was carefully skinned smote Pd like to see a boy or a man the middle and he is finally going to get and after leaving the oven the bird follow the advice administered and keep rid of it I wish there were space to tell was reclothed with Its old plumsge I dont think you what he says technique in music is Boston Herald his position in society is one definition but his people are turning the other cheek as A Christmas Tree Featare The theory is all right explicit definition I just laughed and Dancing Christmas fairies always en they used to but the practice is somewhat different laughed over and it is the verv beet hance the childrens delight in the Turning the other cheek has most de- Â¬ thing in the book He defends minisÂ¬ Christmas tree and once made can be cidedly gone out of style It is no ters sincere ones warmly the idea of a used year after year Buy up a dozen longer the fad Then that love one minister having nothing much to dot or more of 5 and 10 cent dolls and to add to variety have among the another theory he sizes up all right He scores politics and advises every one number the some Japanese and colored to steer clear He sixes up Dewey gives I sae us loving somebody that ie not at dolls Dress these to represent fairies all lovable Two or three thousand him great credit and pays a glowing trib- Â¬ lu bright hues of spangled gause tar- Â¬ years ago people may have done those ute to oar soldiers The embalmed beef latan or tissue paper and liberally things but that isnt the latest fad either subject he handles without gloves and sprinkle their hair and garments with now Ill tell you there can be no ar- Â¬ the bare thought of America talking to diamond dust powder Each doll should bitrary rules that will bind us against our foreign possessions about gambling is be provided with a dainty pair of fairy We should not ridiculous he says Then hi gives pro Â¬ wings made from spangled tissue pa Â¬ what we think is right per and fastened to the body by means harm our neighbor or anyone else We gressive euchre a jab in the ribs All of of concealed wires These wires should my appreciative friends shall read this should not misrepresent anybody or be colled to obtain motion In the wings anything but love is a mighty strong the finest thing out and nothing better can be used than powerful beautiful word and we can not the fine spiral coils that come out of FREE iLOOO CURE wornout wire stitched brooms love one who is in no way lovable or The least motlou will set this spiral to congenial or responsive to our iihtures quivering causing the wings to move Ah Offer Prsvlsg Faith is Sufferers Let them severely alone extwpt to do as if lu flight In like manner use the them juatice and treat with courtesy spiral wire to attach the dolls in hoverÂ¬ Any combine against the weak is a Ulcers Cancers Eating Sores Painful ing positions over and around the tree monopoly a trust whether it is one or Swellings Effects of Blood Poison Per Â¬ The effect Is magical Uvery footstep two combined When strong boys at sistent Eruptions that refuse to heal un- causes Jar enough to start the dolls any school combine against weaker der ordinary treatment are quickly cured dancing and circling abfjn e and around ones it is a trust and the seeds are sown by U B B Botanic Blood Balm the the tree as if the invisible fairies of there and then that tell through afl iut most wonderful Llood Purifier of the age the air had come down to join the ure life If a man a woman or a girl is 1 made especally to cure all terrible obsti Christmas glee Womans Ilome Com- Â¬ panion unlortunate financially or socially and nate deep seated Blood and Skin trou- Â¬ Glblet Dressing- people combine against him or her it is bles Is your Blood thin Are you To make a glblet dressing for roast a despicable monopoly robbing him oid pale All run down Have you Ecsema turkey put her of happiness just as much ae BossH Pimples Blotches and Bumps Skin or saucepan the giblets and neck in a with cold water and add au magnates of any thousand Scalp Humors Boils Eruptions Skin onion Tweed or the salt and pepper and a slice of million billion trusts have taken dollars Itches and Swollen dry bread that has been made very Aching Bones and cents Rheumatism Scrofula Catarrh Then brown in the oven Boll until the gibAll boys can be prodigalaif they have you need B B B Botanic Blood Balm lets are done Then strain and stock the prodigal bacillus in their system because it drains from the Blood and en Â¬ Chop the giblets fine and put them when they go out in the world but if tire system all the poisons and humors and the stock back Into the saucepan they have the get there Eli microbe con- which cause all these troubles and the dredge with a little flour and add the cealed in them when they go away they cause being removed a permanent cure brown gravy from the bottom of the pan In which the fowl was cooked aft- Â¬ can laugh at the traps and nets set for follows B B B thoroughly tested for er skimming off the fat Serve In a hot them and avoid the rVd mint business thirty years and thousands cured after gravy boat Selected or use the red liquor that builds fires doctors and patent medicine had failed A Christmas Oarel All prod- For sale by druggists at 1 per large bot- Â¬ that never can be quenched Bethlehamt plains are still M sreaa igal boys or prodigal girls have finally to tle or 6 large bottles full treatment 5 Bethlehemi harvest BsMs as whits Aa when ansa bands war asm take a medicine and it is bitter but it us- To prove our faith in B B B we will Makiac luminous the night ually brings them back to the old home Â¬ send a trial bottle free and prepaid to But tor lose has niunl the lajr changed and repentant stead sufferers so they may test the remedy Suns bjr that seraphic choir Every man in business who is worth at our expense And lor loss has meaed away Address BLOOD BALM his salt is a pusher a shover a tackier a CO 815 Mitchell Street Atlanta Ga That apocalypse ot Ota punter or halfback and the unsuccessful Yet that ancient Ohriatmaa aoa Still la tuna by faithful hearts ones are the ones who oarry the water to P HOW HE LOST OUT And the lifat that Tanlshad ton bring the business players to when they Brightness to the tool imparts become overheated and who do the yell If You Catch the Point Carry It With ing and hurrahing when the pushing You business man in the football game of life rSOM THK CHICAGO TIMM HSKAU a touchdown These are foot- He rushed into the car terms but they apply to life as well The crowded oar and ere The stout old lady who is only a football game after all Had dropped her fare poshing scrambling tackling to make a Recovered it he took the only seat touchdown That had been vacant there A syndicate is a great tiling if you are She grabbed a strap and stood Before him while an gKLIktA bbbbb The foundation of the the syndicate The ear lurched on and on trust hi corruption We who are old Mile after mile enough remember old Bill Tweed the She looked down at him and robber of Mew York who stole great Ha gased away He sat she had to stand millions of dollars from the city and who Theres mora to say 1m bis greatest power became arrogant fymA asked the people what they were The scene has changed A maiden fair Plays lightly on a sweet guitar t to do about it When people think Her cheeks are red and on her breast are invincible they ever ask that A bunch of fragrant roses are Tweed was chased and was lion He comes at last she greets him and in the penitentiary where he Then leads him where SOU to Faith dtrisiaf r Her mama waits half buried la That will be the fate of some of Lustrous torsa the sxpanae SIL Her easy chair Aad to Lots quick ear the akjr The public will trust magnate X stout old lady glances up Throbs with assvsaiy auaac laws sad the first law that is mads He bows and then WhUe the ages oom sad go Will be one that will send a man to the They both remember bow and whan Hymns ot pralaa usneaalng rise They mat beiorel pen who robs through a trust If Aad with songs Vy aunts below Diverging ways Angels JoU their Uuee men combine to rob it is a eon A sad good night piracy If a hundred or a thousand Story still to Cod I ftves It sometimes nays Pssos oa earth It stiU son To be polite combine to rob seventy million people it Aad the Hair et salts aad home Some day the people will treason few BM own if k and yon will hear trust magnates Mr J Shear Sedalia Mo saved all Oaristmsi Jsyfauy returns who fail to gat across the ooesa below childs life by On Minute Ooagh Care Oa the wUigsst this saw mora Otststully oar spirit reams lb tornado of pnblis indignation breaks Doctors bad given bar up to die with Worshiping the Christ saw bowl teajatjng tor marey croup Its an infallible ours tor soaajat rseatWMmntsstrstsaTrisdis What mors ney dear Meads do we aolds grippe pnewmftaiflj bronchitis sad awed on the subJeatT Things arrange I throat aad lung trouble Bails at TW Harris aa employes of tht Maws themselves in this world If wa only give I wont to Louisville Saturday Â¬ ta Old Baa laaS Was aa at at Great Oramoa Politics and All the Fads and Foibles of the Day Â¬ NEW BOOK BY GOVERNOR PECK Â¬ li Â¬ She did Have you ever met Mrs Ward I hare After she wrote that story she came round here one day and hunt ed me up She said as how she wanted to see me for herself How interesting murmured the And what did you do visitors repeated the Madonna of the Do Tubs What did I do 1 sassed her well for wrltln such a story as that about me Such a pack of lies 1 never read Why there wasnt one half of it true And she had the face to come Oh 1 aaased and see me afterward New York Sun her well I did Â¬ 1 naii L at ttttsflekf Mast successor of Charles Sumner In toe Deearatlaa of Kvaeareeas ana flaw rs ta af Paeraa Orlata senate told the following story The Chrfstmni decorations may have When I was a judge In tlttsfleld Morrissey and Yankee Sullivan fought originated In tbe saturnalia or In the a prise fight at a neighboring place old Teutonic practice of hanging the evergreen called Boston Corners Sullivan was Interior of dwellings with as a refuge for sylvan spirits from the arrested and fined f 1000 He handed over the money and went his way A Inclemency of tbe winter but the day or two later while I was sitting on Christmas tree Is of German origin the bench a fine looking man entered It Is their chief ornament and symbol the courtroom and sent a letter up to It is not used for the hanging of gifts but It la used entirely as a bright orname It was from a friend of mine Introducing John Morrtssey He too ment being made to glisten with waa fined 1000 and said to me that lights and tinsel It is kept throughout the 12 days of he would send me his check on his reChristmas and at Intervals is lighted turn to New York Well I didnt know what might and on New Years eve Is lighted for happen If he waa let go on that under- all night Tbe custom of decorating dwellings standing but I aald to Morrissey that any arrangement for settlement which and churches with evergreen waa he made with the sheriff would be sat- known by the Christians to be a rem isfactory The sheriff feeling as I nant of paganism and was forbidden did Insisted upon having the fine paid by the council but It had too strong a In cash and alnce Morrissey didnt hold to be given up Even In Boston Justice Samuel Sew happen to have thai much cash with him the sheriff locked him up until all cried out against It but It crept to Its place by degrees Holly and Ivy tbe amount was sent on from New were favorites In Great Britain being York I fancied that Morrissey felt he regarded as sacred emblems of the owed ma a grudge because of this In- season Holly used in churches was kept by cident Tsars afterward In Washing families to Insure a lucky year ton a number of new congressmen The mistletoe waa held In so much were brought np to be introduced to veneration by the pagans that It was me Among them was Morrissey When he cam forward be smiled cut with a golden sickle by the prince of the and said Mr Dawes I believe ws pears Druids with whom It first aphave met before The Introduction of flowers to the tokens of festivity seems to have ex aa Sassex Her isted universally and at all times of Some visitors to Bast Gloucester history It was a pagan manifestapaid a special call upon the woman tion of rejoicing and although forbid said to be the original of Mrs Elisa den by tbe early church and de beth Stuart Phelps Wards famous nounced by the Puritans of New Eng Mrs story A Madonna of tbe Tubs Phelps Wards summer home be It land It became a general custom While obliged to give credit to early The and heathen notions known Is In Bast Gloucester for much of the visitors found a typical New England Ohriatmaa which we so fondly cherish er with a self evident capacity for tak- we can but remember our own Ben ing care of herself jamin Franklin for the one motto aa So you are the Madonna of the being A good conscience American Tubs said the visitors is a continual Boston Christmas 1 am Bnglander said the New Globe And Mrs Phelps Ward wrote a beautiful story about you YULETIDE GAMES A Hetry L Da Perhaps ta to stftt at the Union has climate so much to do with tbe character of the people as In Colorado Is the contention of a writer In Alnslees Be says in part lsaaSiW iasaus Â¬ LADIES DO YOUR Â¬ Â¬ Go Into Colorado climb the long ascent from the level of the Missouri and then as you emerge from the train Into the handsomely Improved streets and n in one tlc unsurpassed brick and stone residences of Denver feci your head swim with the lofty altitude and the rarefied air then realise that tbe miners went on a mile farther Into tbe SHOPPING BY PBOXY Do you want an article that Â¬ Â¬ you cannot get in your own toivw air that they are working and taking but is handled by s big oonoarn in out millions of dollars of gold to the present day a mile higher In tbe air at Louisville It to drop a letter Cripple Creek at Leadvllle and a dosen other places It will make you pause stating your needs to to think what exaltation there Is In dwelling there always what staying powers the pioneers must have had Walt a day or so until tbe vertigo has passed awny and the exhilaration comes to you that always comes when you ha- - s climbed a mountain and stood upon Its top and gased out over a wide world that expands below you Then you will begin to feel that elec-Â¬ tric that nervous surcharge that In- Â¬ undlscourageable almost domitable towering spirit of elevation and still further ehnation that makes Colorado almost the liveliest the most Irrepressible the most determined element In the American body social and poli- Â¬ Â¬ y Â¬ Â¬ MISS ADDIEG DITTO Purchasing Agent 1919 Brook Street Louisville Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tic A She will gladly furnish you with all information and assist yon in buying Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ an almost perfect cross One of the most beautiful natural rock carvlnga In the world Is tbe South Â¬ ern Cross on the Island of Grand Ma nan in tho bay of Fundy It stands at tbe head of a ledge of rocks jutting In- Â¬ to the bay from the foot of one of the Immenae cliffs at the southern end of the Grand Manan Ita shape Is that of Mataral Croas T D Rent row DENTIST Crown and Bridge WorJ A SPECIALTY Â¬ Â¬ Saaadraaea a Dlvarslea Poaalar la Ha aria ad Tribune Dr You are nothing but an Imitator said the bltiejay full of wrath at bear ing Its cry so accurately mimicked All that alls you airily retorted the mocking bird Is that yon are en vious because I can sing your song so much better than you can Chicago FrafaasfoHal Jaalaaay Â¬ Â¬ OFFIGK OVER Heston Grotesatte Spelling One of the Boston papers calls attention to this woeful exauipleof bad spelling and in Boston too It la from the doorway bulletin board of a little restaurant Bskon Eggs 18 Ham Eggs 18 Corned Bssf Cabbags 10 Lsm Chops 18 Lam Frte 18 Btaka 19 Lirar Baken 18 Pork Beaa 10 Chicken Priae 18 Puden and Pie Â¬ ux or mis Open st sll Owats Â¬ Tiiis reminds the Tales of the Town man of a sign lie saw not long ago in the window of a Broadway saloon A ror oster wit evry Drink Several mouths ago there was an an- Â¬ nouncement laboriously chalked on a St Clair street sidewalk In front of a beer refectory which read like this Pre lunge 11 2 2 It took the man who saw this some time to figure out that the patron who didnt drop In between 11 oclock and 2 oclock would be very apt to mlas the free lunch Cleveland Plain Dealer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fisas I Sir John Adye who was governor of Gibraltar fortress always made himself closely acquainted with the work of whatever happened to be bis depart ment Meeting a person once coming into the otHce late the general aaked him what time he was supposed to be on duty Oh was tbe reply I usually stroll in about 11 or 12 oclock Stroll In said Sir John in a rising tone Then I presume you do not leave till later Well I usually allp off about 2 oclock Slip off at 2 exclaimed the veter Pray may I an In his topmost not ask what department you belong to Oh said the stranger I come ev ery Saturday to attend to the clocks Sir John retreated for the first time In his life A Little Tea Met Little Janet aged noticed the oth er day at dinner the rest of the family helping themselves liberally to the mustard Nobody offering her any she waited until something draw away the attention of the others when she lifted tbe mustard spoon liberally daubed a piece of bread with It and took a great bite Her band Immedi ately went up to bar burned month but bravely suppressing an outcry aba put tbe bread away from bar remark ing I think Ill watt till that jetty gats Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Needed aa BxiilaHaUoB Little known in this country snap dragon la a diversion in which in Eng land young and old participate throughout the Christmas season Apparently It Is a dangerous paatlme Really It la harmless and no one ever suffer an accident through playing it Babies of 8 or 4 years engage In it with great glee in which there la an admixture of fear but nerve generally conquers and once in the game they cannot be kept out of It The requisites of snapdragon are one or two large platters such as roasts are served on some large fat raisins a little brandy or gin a match and a darkened room Tbe platters are ar ranged thus If there Is but one and the party is of moderate number it Is laid in the center of a dining table If tbe number of participants is large then two platters are laid one at each end of the table or there may be two small tables with a platter on each Next the raisins are laid over each platter alngly and at short distances apart A small quantity of brandy or gin Is then poured over each platter and Ignited Put out all the lights In the room leaving none but that from the dancing blue flames in the platters Everybody looks weird and feels un canny and the fun begins Each participant snaps at a raisin on tbe dish and hit or miss the blue flame cliugs to the fingers in writhing forked tongues thus providing tbe dragon The raisins are all finally secured the flames die out the lights are turned on and the company la ready for another diversion unless as Is often the case there Is a call for a re cltion of the fun just ended San Francisco Post Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the lead The people seem to Ilka thisota reliable ooagh medicine snd we dont blame them It U the best remedy ior a deep seated cough or cold a nd will effect a cure in one day Balls Oengb Syrup Is still in Willis Cos New Store OLOVBRPORT KY AJKIRST i 7 asjp Canneltons Leading Tailor WILL ATTEND TO YOUR WANTS -- Â¬ r vgaaaaaaaaaaamsr j5i if frggSSTeTsSSJSBBBBBBB WHEN IN NEED Cttcago Medical and Surgical Institute 017 LaSalla Avenue Ohloaao III Established In Chicago over twenty years Regularly chartered under aet of Illinois Legislature Capital fully paid 81O000O The oldest largest most reliable and soo eessful Medical Institute la the V 8 Private aooaas for Patients with faculties NLWOOBi a as n mmA J H Hunsche u A The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Gasper May Co IND OJaJTXBLTON Â¬ Â¬ 4 tyr aw enerniHr X Kr Hlmuiuu1 and Vriscoplcal Bxaminations are made la au cases wneaever diagnosis Is doubtful Write for free Book on Deformities and Magaaine Â¬ Â¬ Bearing Heat the Tale Lea In the Black mountains at the present day the custom of bearing home the Yule log Is still carefully observed in all ita ancient detail The housefather fells the chosen trees Then he utters a prayer and carefully lifts up his log and bears It home on bis shoul- Â¬ der His sons follow his example each bearinr a log for himself The fa ther then leans his log up against tbe house being very careful that the freshly cut end Is uppermost The lesser logs of tbe other members sur round it and this Is the Glavni Badn jak As the housefather places each log be says Veseh badnjl dant or A merry log day The fire thus kindled was not allowed to go out until tbe following year or great evil would befall tbe house bold The fagots of the old fire lighted the new logs and then were carefully extinguished and stored away among the household treasures In tbe high lands of Scotland to this day it la con sidered a great misfortune If the fire Is allowed to go out and often one hears it said Yae nae luck yave lect oot tbe fler Boston Herald Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Braces Club feet Onrnfaira of tha HiJiul Bronchitis Catarrh Cancer Tumors Piles x araiysis Kpuepsy Kidney Bladder Kye Xar Skia aad Blood Diseases and aU SurÂ¬ gical Operations Best facilities apparatus aad remedies for the snesaaaful tratmant aad care of all Obscure or Chronic Diseases We absoiataly guarantee to cure every ease of Nervous Debility and diseases r saltinsr from abases mA liullMtinna Youth aad Maahoodi 8permatorrham Seat- mat weaaaess night leases and vital drain ta urine Impotency Varicocele HydroÂ¬ cele Stricture Phimosis etc etc Charges Measouablc Mo incurable oases accepted Mo OOD or deposit schemes Failure k unknown tonsi 10000 testimonial letters oa file from eared patients Many cured at home Consultation free and confidential peraonally or by letter Write aa to day ltO page Book oa all Chronic aad Surgical ihaiMisandMatof ISO aoestsoas seat free BANK OF HAEDnTSEUHQ F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vice President M H BKARD Cashier B Q W BEARD MORRIS E8KRIDGE R M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON j V DIRECTORS DEP08IT8 i au CIT mil gjf SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBtaa THIS IS SOT and and to u Mate your mlfcl ami keajat also nunibrr lneaes aroaad body at haul and atefc and we will send tola SMatiral Muk Car te vou by eapreM C u WW waa Ton eaa wluUa and try eiunlne it on at your nearest express onVe aad perfectly If found vs MONEY TIME Office In Rear of Moorman Drug Store a Owsas actly aa ana im Uafaotory ex ileal if ssht Dr attw or hera of fmj Ikw - J L MOORMAN Dentist Guarantees saUafaction in all kinds oi Dental work CLOVEBPOaT KY This Circular Plush Case IX rBaaamS StI rill enUMa and expreea charges insnee one taU It Keast Tavkar With CSseatawt Draw singe pare truss and remove the breastbone the same as for roasting Obop np separately 10 ounces of cold kernel of veal and 1 onnoss of pigs leaf lard and then mix together Sea Hla Naa Far News Henry whispered the maiden Jn son with salt aad spies adding a lit soma embajTassBMBt as they stood In tie shallot and the liver both well the hallway what tbe young and chopped To this add also tbe pool handsome reports was preparing to ings of a dosen medium sised truffles say good night Mtfa dreadful of ma I Put tills Into a mortar with a gill of stock pound well aad place hi a sau know bat rvs baas sating onione Great leott Faanler be exclaimed tolr to cook for 16 minutes Let It cook Yon dont think thats a scoop on me and stir in 40 cooked chestnuts and tho do yon I anew that aa soon aa I dosen peeled truffles Staff the turkey With this preparation and roast dross m Obleago Tribune and pour over a little good gravy Bx eaango KevtvtasT Asealatloa Whats an octogenarian donate Tbe Christmas carol with its elevat Martnar ing and Inspiring effects corraspoaos Well aa ootogsnaiisn at a nan who many ways to tbe song praise by hates life whan be Is 70 but gats stead in heathens for Saturn at of festival the of hJwetf agaia at aXXM IndaUsmnotts the of ancient time laajfaaJ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sakle laai rhwh at lnkjXn eat t nil sweep Hoed tnraaghoat with wHm Mle la 11 kmj -- Ilk K- VTrtrZTi m itMiiiisil with taauinnraaea lmtftinS mstwmzm Merchant Tailor mnm trii r WANTED 10 GOOD MEN To Act As Agents TERMS MADE KNOWN BY APPLYING TO THE HIGHLAND NURSERY CiovtaPONT W A WAJJUB KY P II MRT and Repair Work A I Suitings 3PEOIALTY LoOJtted at M taana ft BOal old farnitars stand 0OTarportKj MAID WALKER BOARD DENTISTS Grown Bridge and Plate Work ALL KINDS OP PILLIMCsS Tbe Maws wfabes all of its dents a happy aad profitable now year The Fuafal Oourt etaiais appear la this HARDINSBURG - KV t Vfr asm WWWW0F HSFJJVWpri flUDtiE MTKSDAY m 27 Wavs of tha South Roatlae Dairy Work osoars mwiiL Routine care of dairy stock in winter is essentisl to success A stated hour for feeding another for milking another for cleaning the stable should he observed No otber dairy system ran punctually be made to pay Cows soon arfjuat if the condi themselves to condition tions are wrong tbey go wrong too It is the beginning of winter now ard It will pay to get started right II the cows are milke I at 7 oclock on week days snd 9 oclock on Sundays fed and watered irregularly the stable cleaned whenever time permits dairy luck will fly out of the window Where other farm products are cheap there isnt a farmer who doss not need to keep his dsiry luck st home On winter morn Ingscows need attention early Their natutal inclination is to go to feeding g Kn after daybreak Set the milking time so that it will divide the 24 hour day rqaally ss 6 oclock in the morning 0 at night or 7 a m and 7 p m respect lvsly Br not varying from this plan the lacteal economy of the cow will be educated to regularity in milk secretion and accumulation and the cow will yield more milk when milked regnlarlr As cleaning the stable befonls to some extent he atmosphere it had better b i done after milking rather than before If dona immediately before a deodorant can be used on the floor prior to begin ning milking Milk flavor is so delicate and frasil a thing that in winter es pecially tho greatest care is necessarr to preserve it The odor from cows and their surroundings in summer time is not offensive to even the most fastidious but in winter it takes a routine system of care to preserve this cleanliness Feed regularly I urge this not solely because they demand it When a cows stomach is empty her milk bag becomes empty too While I believe in heavy feeding yet a small quantity of food giv en regularly will produce more milk than heavy rations of the same charac ter fed irregularly While digestion and rumination are going on there should be plenty of water in the cows stomach The animals own desire will decide how large a quanity It is necee ary both for the assimilation of food And to make up ths 87 per cent of wat- Â¬ er contained in the milk It must be remembered that cows are dumb and that confined in stanchions they can Â¬ not manifest their thirst by any sign Their need in this direction must be an Â¬ ticipated not spasmodically but as rou Â¬ tine praotice If several hours elapse without gratification the present need has paused They may drink but the milk flow has been shrunken Dairy- Â¬ men this winter of all others you can Â¬ not afford this You cannot afford to neglect any little detail the observance of which would add to your dairy in- Â¬ come American Agriculturist Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GLADSOME FESTIVAL HOW TO MAKE AN IDEAL CHRISTMAS ON THE FARM OF INTEREST TO OUR READERS Mora then 13000 has been raised to preserve the Busy Ross House at Phil adelphia tha dwelling In which the flit flag was made Louisville capitalists and pliyslelaas are contemplating building a great build ing and establishing s hospital to coat be Â¬ tween 9250000 and tSOO 000 Women grooms to attend young perÂ¬ sons when thry ride are a recent Loudon invovatlon Piopriety gains and a nsw occupation is provided f r women It Is rumored that the Dreyfus family will found a Newspaper in Paris with M Olemenclan as editor The name of the new publication will- - be Truth or Â¬ lOOO OOOOOO DECEMBER 1809 5DUCATED FARMERS -- EA FOR THE BOYS Far- read before the Trimble county Ky IsaftituU by Maor A Peck of Milton I M Radford Dec 4 iSao I t Would not pmam to offer a n on any agricultural topic bnt I tbia opportunity to make a plea Um ooantry boy 1 would that tha it movement may prove to b tha mo in tha agricultural world ly than it no claw of paopla who more in need of an awakening I tba tanners Tba organisation of lenltoral society whioh wilt uon- ibe improvement of roads fanna and all subjects of interest in is a movement in the right toward rapplying a long felt 1 dis-- farmen alone are the unprotected all other profession and trades their associations trusts and com- whioh defend their interests The has no power wbaterer to control but is entirely at the mercy of ryorehaser 8uoh a large Important tag the farmers deserves the best can afforfl and it would seem tea organised unity might be effec to procure it The dependence of a iiy of the manufacturers upon the of the farm is scarcely realised be a general failure in crone sjghont the Union what a crisis result in business Let stock cease for two years a greafc-ent would ensue Let all the rttuooghont the Union bang on the for one season what would the rleed upon T The part which the plays in the ecoDomr of the world loo lightly estimated The farming ion has fallen too much into con- when we consider the fact that rJood products and a large majority elothing material comes from the The people have in a measure in the old but true saying that farmers are the bone and sinew of the the hope of the country and it as to arouse them to the truth trite words That the largest of the successful reliable buel- inv the cities have been eoun- bogs is a fact almost too old to men- This argues well for country life Is for the country as the beet to rear boys but country life has l its prestige among the young peo f r mI i We spoke recently of the fact that even darkest Arkansas was beginning to tee the light of expansion and that Governor Daniel W Joner who wishes to be elected s Senator in Congress has de- Â¬ clared himself in favor of American pos Â¬ The Arkan session of the Philippinea Km long the sas Gasette of Littl most suthoritstive voice of the Arkansas Democracy seconds thf Governors mo- Â¬ tion warmly and asserts that his views as to the retention of the Philippines and tb commercial necessity of ths Asiatic trade to the South ate in line with those of the business men of this section who believe that the Scuth will be more benefited than any other por- Â¬ tion of the country by the United 8tates holding on to the sovereignity of the islands After reciting that most Southern commercial bodies that have had meetings during the last year have passed resolutions in favor of expansion and an export trade of the cotton States with the East and that not only Southern business men but some prominent South Â¬ ern statesmen have approved that policy our contemporary continues The South is no longer blind to its own interests and when public senti Â¬ ment is fully developed it will be found that this section is pronouncedly in fa- Â¬ vor of retaining the Philippines and all other newly acquired territory in the Paclflc There are still many orossroads hunk Â¬ ers and blind Bryanites in the South who kick against expansion because it happens to be supported br Republi- Â¬ cans but the business brains of the South the stirring modern and go ahead parts of it know that its best hope is expansion and new markets From the economic point of view ex Â¬ pansion will be profitable and is indeed indispensable to the South From the political point of view expansion con- Â¬ tinues the traditional policy of the Dem- Â¬ ocratic party In face of the rising waves of expan Â¬ sion sentiment in the South Dame Part Â¬ ington Bryan with that poor little mop of anti imperialism makes a figure at whioh only the polite can refrain from guffawing Sun Â¬ Â¬ Costly Olfle Het Hffrmiarr Day Haraalena Kerrlpy krate the Moat Tender Saya Tho ChliaroMa Day Frlet Jey- Cejm l- THE BRECKENRIDGE NORMAL COLLEGE HARDINSBURG Pint Term Moll- - JvBBBBTBaBSrBBBBSV bbBBBMbVaBBb7 BBassLSk3w BVBSaV- - Is HRI8TMAB the festival of all others most closely Identified with the home The gloÂ¬ rious Fourth Â¬ KY of Five Months Bcjim September 4 1899 stirs our patriot Â¬ ism brings the glad ness of opening spring and out door freedom Easter Â¬ Insimotora Practical thorough and enUtasiaTtrt men and woman No school in this section of the State offers superior inducements C0URS8 Primary AND TUITION S8 20 per month 8cientifla 80M Olaosical 80 M Mueta Board fl7B to tS to par week 91 76 2 ftO I The Farm Journal is choke full of gumption and has the largest circulation of any farm paper in tha world It is We offer for a short good everywhere time as a prise to advance paying sub Â¬ scribers to the Bbbckbhbidob Nkws a year ahead and the Farm Journal for the balance of 1899 and all of 1900 1901 1902 snd 1903 nearly five jears all for the Pxioe of our paper alone l The International Sunday School System t It is apparent the International series here to star There have been and will be improvements and modifications in the methods used but the system itself is growing in power and popularity Beginning with January 1st the lee ons for eighteen months will Already the be on the Life of Christ attention of the Christian world is fo cussing on this great theme as never beof lessons is Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Jbay find no advantages there noth- - I bnt bard work and drudgery as it ap- l to them with no places of interest t llntasement to attend So thev make effort to try city life or to enter of the professions Look into the homes where sons have been how many do you And In all have gone to the city to iployment and too often to the sot of health Let us inquire for an of this wholesale migration abonld these boys leave homes iU very best of life should be and go to live in crowded die- i Where the drudgery is worse than I whioh they have left and where rarely aver get a peep at the blue ua see a blade of grass or smell the kof an apple blossom There they bat p an dav in an office working l light and to use the expression thy two city men last summer they stay and eat dirt and drink unable to get off even to attend rfWaenl of a friend have come to the city became Ufa promised better wages lighter more pleasant surroundings They failed to take into consideration that living in tha city is so more expensive that one must higher wages in order to subsist lighter won if one does his duty It J rarely light any place and it surroundings if one is un title holds very little for him in s It is a pernicious tin tba public mind that as soon lis educated he should leave the Peoria Hi says geons wanted to operate on me for piles but I cured them with DeWitts Witoh Hasel Salve It is infallible for piles and skin disease Beware of counter- Â¬ feits A R Fisher B Clark Sur- Â¬ J wj Ready Answers Stories of strange and amusing answers fore A vast system of Sunday school givsn to examination questions are fre- Â¬ literature covers the world which will quently told but we do not often see discuss week by week this exalted sub recorded the equally surprising answers ject Denominational papers will like- given by ohildren in Sunday schools wise devote attention to it The month and yet they are frequently original ly magsslnes of general culture are af enough footed by this mighty drift of ths Chris A teacher lately wishing to turn the tian mind MoGlures has already be- young Idea toward the mission field gun a Life of the Master by Ian Maclar said en Lives of Jesus multiply at an amac What are the good men called who ing rate leave their homes and go to foregn Pulpits will echo forth the truth as it lands to teach the heathen is in Jesus New books about ths teach Â¬ Prodigal sons was the prompt and ing of Jesus begin to flood the market triumphant reply All this is hopeful It is an opportuni- Â¬ A class of boys when asked What ty for the Christian world to study st were the tan plagues T answered with length ths Lifs and Words of Jesus more fervor than gallantry The Savior never filled so large a place Westminister The ten virgins sir in the worlds sye as right now This is Qssstte a hopeful sign for Baptists who rejoice in A Kssn Clear Brain popular Bible study It is a hopeful sign Your beat feelings your social posi for the world at large Let us hope that the study of the words and deeds of Je- tion or business depends largely en the sus shall lead us all to catoh the Spirit of perfect action of your Stomach and Liv the Nasarene May the Holy Spirit er Dr Kings New Life Pills giye in Â¬ take of the things of Christ and make creased strength a keen clear brain them ours I The Sunday Schools of the high ambition A 96 oent box will make world should be crowded with man and yon feel like a new being Hold by Short cfc Haynes druggists women The Baptist Argus Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tide coming as it does In the winter An automobile omnibus service has season Invites to Indoor cheer and been established on the Isle of Man be cosy hospitalities Besides It is pre Â¬ tween the various towns and summsr re- Â¬ eminently the childrens celebration sorts One vehiole is at present In use and their glad vacation from the rou- Â¬ tine of school They say with our seating eight passengers and a driver It is reported that Secretary of Agri Â¬ Booster poet Utt to almost tr rsr Christmas Ilka a yotrngstsr culture Wilson has tendered his resigns will tton as a member of President McKln roots o Jtur sethU to It Xtw Years alat leys cabinet Mr Wilson is said to be a sawn U dead la the Raster Sunday sad dress day suffering from heart disrate and unable shell t discharge his official duties It Is also the tenderest holiest holi Â¬ The Womans club of Denver with a day because of tbeellglous observance of the birth of Iliin who brought us membership of 1000 is doing a practical the new teaching of peace and good work in education philanthropy and will to all men civics One of the many legislative re Â¬ If the farm is the Ideal home then forms achieved by this club is the re-Â¬ we should endeavor to observe this peal of the Colorado law which give the home festival in the Ideal manner Our great farmhouses must not be cheerless ftther the right to will away his unborn barracks They must become the cen- child ters of old fashioned merriment visit- Â¬ Mrs Lillian M X Stevens the newly ing feasting and hospitality They elected president of the W CTU who must cling closely to tli ncieut tradi- succeeds Frances WiUard will tins sea- Â¬ tions of the day and follow the same son begin an active campaign against spirit of geniality of present giving minstrelsy harmless revelry and the sale of liquor to college students above all of kindly benevolence and Her pan ia to have a national law pass Â¬ ed forbidding the sale of intoxicants near thought of others An ideal Christmas requires thought any college compile long beforehand unless the purse is Underfed children The general pur unlimited Costly gifts are not neces- poet b committee of the London cohcol sary for a joyous day but loving kind ness must Illuminate each little remem board proposes to provide food for the brance or the candles on the tree will underfed children attending the schools be but dim tapers The glad day of the board it has been stated that comes The usual church or Sabbath over 50000 children are compelled to school celebration has been enjoyed study in the schools of London alone the evening before by all the children without having sufficient nourishment but it Is In the home festivities we are Gasoline drunkards says the Philadel Interested For an Ideal day we shall phia Ledger are becoming common have the wee ones trooping down In the early morning waking every one among the small boys in the vicinity of with their Merry Christmas to see North ienn village and the district what Santa has put In their stock- Â¬ known as Swamppoodle For some- Â¬ ings A mouth harp a jnckknife or a time the police have been mystified by doll some Joke and a bit of candy they finding youngsters fast asleep and in find and scamper back to bed happy as semi conscious condition stowed away need bo After breakfast the good cheer of the morning la in the arrival in vacant houses woodsheds and brick of the married children or other rela- Â¬ ards It was finally discovered that tives and friends with the greetings the boys had become beastly drunk from and joy of reunion Now the gifts are inhaling the fumes of gasoline and some Interchanged Perhaps a real Christ Â¬ of them have developed into juvenile mas tree with Its queer fruit from all debauchees lands and its gaudy trappings glad dens the heart of all but the chief glo Â¬ Will Lose Her Place ry of the day Is the family dinner Washington Special A Dec 21 hailed lather sea round hi board When the grajr post office inspector who was reoently The old broken link o affection rest oral When the care wearied man seek hi mother onee sent to Haweeville Hancock county Las more And ths worn matron smiles where the girl smiled recommended the removal of the post Â¬ before C Vance master Mrs There was a What moistens the lip and what brighten the ee difference between the amount of cash What call back the pact like the rich pumpkin pUt on hand as compared with the amount Preceded by the typical feast of the shown on the books It isdaimed that day from yearling gobbler to plum the discrepancy which was less than pudding none can resist the Influence 10 was entirely due to carelessness With hearts mellowed and appetites Courier Journal appeased the whole company Is ready for the laughter and fun to follow The DeWitts Little Early Risers purify help are all asked to join ones the blood cleau the liver invigorate the neighbors drop In and there Is soon a round of games and gayetles entered system Famous liver pills for consti Â¬ A R Fisher Blind mans pation and liver troubles into by old and young bob apple buff hot cockles hunt the slipper follow each other McAdsms Lawson and the evening closes with the old Mr Samuel MoAdams and Pearl Law fashioned Virginia reel and Tucker or there may be charades and tableaux son will be united in marriage at the with some recitations by the children home of the brides father Mr Geo or the young people and children may Lawson in this city on next Wednesday black upand give thelrelders a minstrel evening Dec 27 at 3 p m The couple Down is very popular and their friends are show sing Buwanee River Honey Yous My Lady congratulating each on their good luck the Ohio Love recite Rileys Mighty Lone Â¬ Hancock Clarion some Waltln When the Folks Is Gone or Little Johns Christmas one of Uncle Itemus stories of bis Hard A single person may Road to Trabble SALE OF VALUABLE LAND give an evenings delight for the whole party In reading aloud Birds Christ- Â¬ mas Carol by Miss Wlggln After all A rare dunce to obtain a Is over the young people disguised as wandering troubadours may serenade good and well improved farm their neighbors with Christmas carols Who would run away from life on the of three hundred and eighty farm because of its dreariness If the five acres wall Umbered and homes were thus made attractive Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ but Christmas Justice Teachers Intermediate Preparatory per month 8 20 g 20 For farther information and catalogue address D S ROBERTS Jr AB President HARDINSBURG KT F R WILDER mi Fourth St Louisville Ky J M HARDIN Brandeabu rg K HARDIN IN WILDER tlie ZDZEZtsTTISTS IRVINGTON Every Wednesday and Thursday after Fourth Mondtiy in Each Month Difficult work such as Bridges and Crowns a specialty Latest appliances used Good work guaranteed wnBiieflTOtrjiaaS3jS The most centrally located and only first das hotel la the cky makfns a feee rate Only one bkxk from the principal shottpms district sad two blocks from the prindeat theatre Street cars pas the door to all parts of the city Kverylhinfr seat and clean ISajigsn TH33 FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL LOUIS VILLB I UZ-2-- 9 r PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr f naini MOTTS PENNYROYAL PILLS of menstruation They aro LIF13 SAVEIIS to girls at womanhood aiding development of organs and body No known remedy for women equals them Cannot do harm life sHBBBBBst SW4UV becomes a pleasure ifclOO PER BOX BY MAIL Sold b2bbbbW by druggists DR MOTTS CHEMICAL CO Cleveland Ohio For sale by Short A Haynes Druggists Cloverport Ky or and banish They overcome Weak- Â¬ ness irregularity and omissions increase vig- Â¬ New York Denial Pailots QiTCi2 Safbty Comport LouisTills 542 FOURTH STREET C1MAKE INNO L MISTAKE BUT and Evarfs THE RIGHT PLACE Packet Line Fast Mail Line Between ESTABLISHED 1888 Louisville and Evansville STEAM Hftg B G EAGON r M RYAN Master W A BISHOP Purser TAEASCON D L ntNNY Master L T CONNER Purser Purser TELL CITY R H BALLARD Master WrNKWHKLL P D STAGGS Breeders Gasette Tba children of Belgium have a charming Christmas legend about Ban ta Clans pony They always place their woolen sabots on tha window ledge stuffed fall of oats hay and fodder for the dear Christmas pony In the early morning tbey ran on tip toe to look and behold tba hay la all gone and the shoes an brlnunlnff over with toys and sweetmeats Than the children clap their bands with glee and wish they could only have waked In time to see the pony munching his oats That would have been such funl Â¬ Dr Bulls Ooufh Byrnp Is a gnat rsTying need of the times is edu- IfsrsMtsv If they were educated as they would be mora powerful in of the world able to protect Interests now competent to out of life Every one is en-education it prepares him lift the present lifs and the life be- WWajraoond Uke an Utopian ibas eowsiry lifs should be the lifs there is considering f literature and the ITsatoaess sdanoa has brought I 1 Ifbsthal I l I would maks for the tola that they be educated as any other man Than they can itbsmealves and their mm rtkniraross of enjoyment whioh l Making in the city Than wa a nee of farmers who will be and power in their of oar talented boys will In tba country to dignify tha of farming rather than to fill The first annual session of ths Farmers Institute for Hart oounfy was hold at the courthouse Wednesday and Thursday Tha masting was interest Her Favorite Paper ing and profitabls though the attend Â¬ BeBBYTON ShaWMBB COUNTY KaMS ance was small Soma instructive talks Deo 19 99 Mb Jmo D Babbaqb Dbab ware made by Bobert F Dulaney Esq Sib I did not get the News lsat week of Warren county E B Oglesby of What is the matter T Dont yon know Breokanridge oounty and E W Robinthat I am more anxious for that paper son of Misaouri and W D Browolee than any other I love to read about and J B Hwks of Hart county Stated old Kentucky and my old Mends than lasiHnas will be bold daring tha oomlng We take a great many papers among yeeaOoeaieronrnaL them the Farm Journal which wa have jMtNvodllillfe taken for two years My husband and children all lik to read ItwMathjOllJVceeape that Charles I hope that la tha future I will get the Davis of Bowasatnn O lately had from Nsws regularly as it is my favorite paper a Mchtfal death For two years asevere Yours Pesf satfttUy Inat tioobto aosjstantlr grew wotss unÂ¬ MaaAM4dknMM til It aaiasd ha must die with consomp ThanJsjabasnAtoasa Dr Kings tlas I was nearly dead with dyajspaU Mew Diaoorary and lately wrote It triad doctors yisMed nilassal ayiiasa and grew worse I sand MJaM IhjaMgr ertaave laah woajdirral enrss have ft yasje mo van Hi paves to earn an staOwa That cured ass U shant and OBff tmablae Fries what yon eat uarea tsntsnaiiin sens sjf e heertbonaadaUfesna A HayWdug bottle free Â¬ Â¬ medicine of intrinsic worth It remove a cough or cold quickly and car severe throat and long affec Â¬ Bold by ell tion id an astonishing short tha druggist for only 15 cant Farmers of Hart County Spec MvRvoanaviua Kr Dso 22 Â¬ A Belsrtwas OftvlntsMMa Iteareita ial within throe miles of tha city of Clovorport Ky and near tha Tar Springs Ai tha adminis Â¬ trator of tha estate of Peter Dhoaau daoaaaed X We have the largest and beet equipped Dental Office south of the Ohio River We were the first to reduce the price of Dentistry to bring it within the reach of all 25c Teeth Extracted Superintendent President 60c Filled with Amalgam O V Williams T P A Filled with Gold and Platinum Al- Â¬ Qwensboro Ky 76c loy 100 and up Filled with Gold 1600 A Good Set of Teeth Best Set of Teeth no Bettermsde 1800 Old Plates Repaired and made as good Shorthand Panmanahip Etc taught as sew We extract teeth absolutely without IvdCJLIHli pain Full course 25 cash or vou can pay city We are the only dentists in the 100 OR 200 PER MONTH who extract your teeth and replace them Hooks an i blanks rasa The principal oi tbia schoe with temporary teeth same day is tbe author of the lsadimo system ot bookkeeping which is us d in thousands oi public and private Sundays from 8 a m till 12 oclock schools including the public schools ol New York Lady alwavs in attendance and other large cities The lbahuio system ol New Amsterdam Freight shipped by this Una delivered quicker than by rail Travelers will And ths steamers ae unsur- in equipment and accommodations The est culinary are employed aa cooks and the menu Is equal tn that of the beat hotels General offices 170 and m Fourth Avenue Louisville D L PENNY W W HITE Dally except Sunday between Louisville and Bookkeeping BY LOCUST LAWN HERD of Shorthand is taught Studints from every btat You can graduate ia vour si ah Tins be it ever so Special Brads little aeststtl t sesttlsa RATS TO THOSE WHO SSND SOS CABALOGV AT OMCS SCHWARTZ SCHOOL Retiitered PoUnd China Swine Ths herd I headed by Commodore Sampson a sea of Kaaj Trenton ijoij tbe yteetett snse wionmc Polaad Chles hog-- uvnu or una I Ham noa la a duplicate of hlscele ssmsHl r sad wa can trathfully say without any isSscMosj on HieckeorMs county thatwa as at ssssctsd to ms a rend a brad beg eras is aa aidlvldual within her bordsrs Bnt we can sail af ad W sail a sfcow records ready tar service spring and wifl bbIsiam ion Cht ftD lor auaUtv or sear ISMS 3f a Wert JsMsrMs TRUSSES St LomUvHI K will offer 1JL25 AND UP at privato aaie Um foregoing tntot of land on aaiy torn to a good and raliahla pttrohaaar For partiottlan eall on ma at Clovorport me by mail MlCHABL HAM1CAM -- rEUa F Mosby in St Nicholas Ky or addraaa Fxa a Comtamv Dap- M FaWiMWi sar esmr naij TxMa VSMfJU tnsBBsasj usn one iaira I rmmmm NsbbbW I af 19 m BfSH isjass F00B SON Ky fishes SLrt As a cure lor rheumatism Chamber-Â¬ lains Pain Balm is gaining a wide repu tation D B Johnson of Richmond lad has ban troubled with that all avsntsiasBlStt U speaking of it he says I never found anv thing that woald relieve avs until I used Chambat lalas Pais Bala It acts like tnagie with ma My foot waaswoUoa and painÂ¬ ing um very inaeh bat one good apaUr oatlonofPain Balm relieved me far BA sale by A B Fisbar Oloverport BheHiaaa 8topbeawort IrvtegtOM BRIGHT AND TTrANTRDSSVBBAL as Maaa TT HONEBT parens to represents gar ia this aaa cieas oy couatlea Salary foo a Straight bua Sde no mora yesr aad expease no lass aasary rosiuoa perm neat Oar rsssr- ia any town it si mamir onVs waek asnahsasad at boms Reference Si Tub Domisoom Mlf sddraaaad etemasd aavslao trvsa IllmtnittMi aU ruithla raiCB aMttd oat Md Md tow with OtA bs mtoyiar bUIstbU W4sjtu a huwluav you hv atavUL niptQri VHHtr ruptur UUrftor m malli svUo nu una will ttrotuid lb Dtxiy 011 unbar lMbswhsbChatr aav rntbturau j a ruuturstla u id iibt or toft sbJMI was win ssassu entswrri tusbb jtnj WIIS Ml SMIHH sU atBBBneTlnsr Iff H k tut a kmrfkeat mm lat sstub a IM IfaasSM wr riatyou eu return It svaU w r 4U rt ltrM To WMMalfcli W BUmSs ltosU iTlla zjJvr will return your menty a Chicago ft W asT BSyfcr JBnJ3mrtm0l LWaftilgfS A mmw HHAIB MMU m HMIOHl AND SEVSRAL HONEST penoa 10 represent u a Mana gers ia this and dose br cooatlet Salary fSao a pear and aapaasss Straight bona B4e no ANTBD 1 Nw3TesB fMIUnlsf Our PoeitMa parmassmt eaeesany baak ia aa Iowa U la mainly work coaducssd at bstas Bswnsos self idsissssn stamped eaeejtrpe Tea Dtmmtm CoMraWV Dass Catcsge no lass selarv j WWntoaaaaawawann m HJ vewa KlZ WBDKKSDAT DBOKMBBR 27 1 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnm IT 88 90 00 99 08 leMVe AttttftAfl VHsaHMa1ll0eOTti ffjaune a a e Tt 4 s3frjk a uytae Bam aVuvia i 1 GET TOGETHER This Is the Advice of an Old Time Democrat LET Wru Oarsman jonttae 4 days Jan A Meevanea Jessie 4 daye and bridge OBasuMetoa8devC Jerry Menu wood tor paaper J W hit worth coal for pocshouao J Tatter attending public privy etc C PallUtn and H 8 McCoy con veying deed body to coroner H Miller justice 6 days hold- Â¬ ing inqQe ji etc Horace Noott supplies to poor house etc J M Lewis work at 0 H eastern J II Ltwis repairing shoes for paupers Mrs Laura Kurts house tor Ro vemb ejection 1M6 Bank of Hnrdlaeborg nones few November election 1806 J F Jarboe hosjfc for Novem ber lection IBM J M Mark w house for Novem ber election 1898 etc G W A B F Beard house lor November election 1898 Jan M Harris nous for No veaber election 1696 W 8 Ball foes as Circuit Clerk Bion Jolly holding Inquest W W Keith material tor bridge etc Saml Hunter earing for paupers Wm Brickeytor use and benefit of V B Burton damages road Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ waMMv cm J W9 a i 106 1 00 zn tor Jane tot BMbjnl J SaffuV eoeety bead afea a A TWff ou 4 til 16 00 lf 100 1 00 1 00 1 100 100 00 a THE MAJORITY IK RULE de 600 M T Freak oo WD Wilms d J Brrfiae7 do u is rMMattlasdvdo Joe F Sttsmea viewer do 400 Thee Qrvcory O O Oatmaa TWBMvtlMdo do do do do on read do Window IKsmnrysnaabenl 864 12 r 1809 eaweteord for eouriaeuee 06 aDtoksnfilee ana aad aoaett 4 By Int paM Bank of Hardineburg ou oouute boade Mch 5 law 0 00 4ll9f pd Br int 1WW M De jsraettn on couaty bond Meb 4 Mrs 8 U1 00 A Bia Hraiwo Ky Dh few lays after tint Uhioago Convention ipecil IS 80 J D - when I heard the result and read Ibe platform the office waa full of men re- Â¬ joicing over the platform glorifying the nomination of the matchless I made three predictions First son of you men will ever lire to eee a law on any statute book autborisinc the free and unlimited coinage of silver at the ratio of liti to J second none of you older men will ever see another iemo cratic President aad third too may never ne another Democratic Governor of Kentucky The men of course hooted at me and aid the matchless would carry every Â¬ thing before bias just like a Western cyclone To listen to then yom weeJd have thought that he would carry every precinct in the United States hall at V B Burton toes as MherifT etc least of the foreign countries and ail of Win Alii salary 1899 etc the outlying islands But the beeWald R N Miller salary 1899 add offiee rent Bchemea of mice and men gang aft Gus Sfaallmaa fees as jailor aglee and the matchless waa snowed J no P Morton dt Oo for use and under benefit of V B Burton tax books 1899 Whenever a lot of men will get to B 0 to gather and resolve that the judges ofithe F P Payne fees as D J II Payne pauper oofnns f Supreme Courtof the United Stales are Jas Sanders for use and benefit a set of acoundreli for declaring a oeitain of V B Burton conveying pauper tonoorhouse law of the United States unoonstitutiasaH and the President a usurper and tasnW Ohapin A Manning whiskey for poorhouse for protecting United States property and Ones H Mattingly salary as poorhouse oomr 6 months the mails and quelling a riot the Gov eraor eJfald not or would not suppress 8 H Mattingly justice 6 days hints Royalty tees and enwuragiBg a lot of professional Jno ORiley pauper as surveyor oofla deadbeato and tramps such as Ooxsy and Jacob A Merer trustee Mrs Old Kelly let alone 16 to 1 that is enough Amnions to beat any party on earth And if you Wm Blleettt oaring for pauper O B Pate trustee Ben Jaryia say a word cr utter a syllable against it supplies You are an arch traitor or something R A Pate work on Beech Fork bridge worse The feet is judgment has flown to brutish beasts and men have lost JD Babbage printing for Sheriff T A McQUl Jr stove for prhse their reason Thoe Mason work Pisgah bridge A few years ago seme of these self Jubal Hook Jr fenceposta for poorhouse farm styled leaders wanted the people to send them to Congress to repeal that Infa- Â¬ Geo W Jolly attorney fee in suit vs De Jarnett etc mous McKinley tariff that being the T Carman ebainman on road only thins that was hurting the dear L Hinton sheriff of election 1W G P Carman obainmaa on road Of course they were beaten people But the time came for another election Dr A M Klnebcloe attention to The same fellows wanted to go to don wnauDera juror in road i B Taul crest again This time it was that mid Ubas Redenbetmer lumber and work on Ollfton Mill bridge night crime of 73 that was robbing the Wm Petit juror in inquest ease dear people of their hard earnings Fred Smith do do As for me I havs always belonged to W Hloksrson do do the Democratic family having started in H Baehem do do do H8 MfXfcy do 1860 by voting for that Democratic states do Albert nan Stephen A Douglass and have al- Â¬ James Petit do house for No- Â¬ Crawford ways voted for the man nominated by the vember election 1898 regular Democratic convention whether D 6 Riahardson trustee tor SaÂ¬ tire Jarbos supplies I liked him or not This may be bad Milner atn to paupers politics and I suspect it is but what Dr Wm town Trustees of Stepbenaport could I do Most I desert my family house for Justices Oceart when lagose against my wishes or must Bradley Gilbert Oo record books I stick Kit In the hope that it will do L R Adkisson judge November better Si the future I cant leave it I N election 1808 Brumfleld j udge Vv eleon98 am not built that war What then is k w vaugoanoiencqo O O Black Indue the wisest course for us to pursue In the first place to my mind we J B 8e vers Judge B Gardner should quit calling each other pet names E L Oaehmau Mark do sheriff J such as arch traitor matchless leader G AGilhliwd judge do etc Now I know men who are just as RMBea via Judge do good Democrats as those who use CUoh D Cunningham olrk do do terms in such proportion who are mot P F Elder sheriff B A Parks judge do ready to beltotjat Mr Carlisle is an A F Clayoomb Judge do arch traitor I atto know others that JV 8tOlslrcUrk do do have failed to be convinced that the J M Fitch sheriff MeGehee judge do gentleman from the raging Platte is the F B Wimp judge do matchless leader J do 08 Board olerk CrOjibel W B Gardner fees as D 8 B O The election is over but Mr and company are not satisfied after deÂ¬ W M Dntsohke claring in speeches that if there was any T W Anderson pauper oofBn enenees eonstealing done tbs Republicans wouldnt vsylns prisoner to jail do it I went in the cold eight miles to Drury A Bennett supplies for paupers vote for Mr Uoebel and 1 feel that we were honestly beaten and I believe it is Win A Smith judge November election 1898 part of Democracy for the majorttotC 0 Cunningham fees as olk etc rule so it looks not oatr unmannerly J Hook Sr supplies to naopet ana cnnaieu to conJMftfao fairly eg rfoeepn a Joaw oonveytssaa H A Walker bridge sleewr jesneeetc 967 Q N Taul juror to Inquest iMi 76 Wni B Allen do d do Q Leslie do 16 F Kennedy do do do WOeTwey do do too OhTtsWwafjinLde ohalamai Aaderaou Foal frr nee aad bene 4t of B F Beard A Oo build 1 00 lug 3 walks la eourtnoon yard loe oo 4 00 8 A Fate saaterial for wal seat 45 X 400 eourtnouee 800 F F Caldwell 9 eoplee of cup t at element to Keatackv Statatse 87 60 Wm Abl eznene s to Louavrille oo 80 la O E Besham matter 10 Henry Drury matng ctosaaeb of 80 Loulevtlle for Baehem 0 89 60 60 00 00 ei J a Monks naaridg aetorv as com- 0 M Heeton lumber for prhse 100 mtostoaer and reoordsr 1896 196 00 8 J McOoy juror in Baabam In W Bares attention to Dr oeeet 9 76 D H Wilson juror In Baabam 3 60 Matthias Milteri troetee tor in inqueet Dean aappltoa II By a Vaeld Km 886 W W Keith juror la Baabam 100 Sarah 4 mnmri 80 WaMoomtaa trusts tor Waa laqueot Rahajtla nauliea county band la lull 10 00 Alonao Bennett jaror in Bach 8 00 Bond No 4 Mcn 4 60 J Dr B T Deroptter attention to 60 am inquest- 769 1890 10 60 J W Teafl supplies to poorhse 79 96 600 Banners Dr wm Howard attention to Horace ftoott paint aad ell at 17 40 81 99 van 600 noorhoneo it Balaace la bands Oommle- 8 00 Dr A M Kinchetoc attention to 80 00 Wilson A Oobb partner oofflos sfoaer aad Becalver HI 14 paupers 69 60 U H Pits trustee for Geo Pru- ItL supprlsc 800 Amon M Xlnohtloe drugs tor Boads pact dat 8 00 40 70 96 00 T lor Beard clerk Nov elecn tM paupers No 14 Mrs Battle 8 16 ThocE Blrthe ooaveilnc nan do 116 61 M F Hall sheriff do McQarr 9 86 661 00 J D Cunningham tor use aad per to poorhouse No 11 LM Dsvls of J O Ouuntngham pauper benefit Smith ooarsviog No 16 LT Roberto 8 00 696 00 supplies tor pauper 40 00 tonoorhouse rmnwF TP 1880 00 116 90 Jno A Barry trustee for Jno A Bennett supplies for 0 L BoaST that will 9 99 80 00 Kaiser supplies Burnett m due March l atHaastr Dr Wm Howard attention to J 0 Ifclte trustee for Marion No 18 Joe T TO 00 pauper 11 66 6 00 Dean supplies arwe i 81000 00 I 96 76 H T Oarltoa trustee for Cor Â¬ Frank Fralst truttae tor Kittle No 18 LT trie 1000 M vT 48 00 delia ThornhUI supplies 6 86 4 00 Bobarda supplies aaawuou Total Teaff A Hoben supplies to pper 4 00 T If Briekcy trustee for Lulu Briokey for use aad benefit of J 0 Mattingly house tor JusÂ¬ Total amount mat doe cud that 19 00 60 wm supplies- tices Oourt 400 wilt fall d ublaVaTafeb 1800 Clayton Beard repairs at nrthse D Cunningham for use and 9 46 J Wm Sanders MaUn lumber tor benefit of J O Ounnincuam ISO Tetol ouletondlMR bonded In TTTTr bridge 60 sapptlea furnished 0 L Bur-11680 00 dsbtodaesa 80 00 D 0 JouuooD justice 6 days Cnd 000 W Teaff Itrustee tor Mm G oommiaatonar 16 00 16 Becpectiully submitted April 6 1888 48 00 14 69 F DHaven judge Nov elecn798 8 EDalton sunnllaa tOO flnam Carlton trustee for Cor 400 Pete Bheeran olerk do Ofoir Mid Rceetfcr iCIKures B 070 Ollut P Hook judge do 8 00 delia ThornhUI lor nee and U COPT J B Miller Jades 18 00 9 00 do 48 00 benefit of G E Drury supplies Mwcti Ownif OoxtrmaMAM M Miller sheriff do 00 Dr Wm Milner Attention to 10 00 Olerk B 0 0 10 00 paupers Jarbos judge 800 By Ollut V Hook D Sreuk Miller udge do a oo J w Ttaff trustee tor Elijah 18 00 do X Harmon clsrk 10 00 do 9 00 Nctlleton supplies MIm Annie E Guuaing Tyre Mich 17 00 8 J A Barry trustee lor Geotge I suffered a long time with dy Â¬ 8 60 says Olctm supplln 8 1160 L L Wagoncr judge do 1 60 Olavn Orostoa Judse do spepsia lost flesh and became very 1 4 w xsan trustee tor Alien 9 00 Weak do tepton supplies GAhl clerk 900 860 Xodol Drcpepcia dure oomplctr D H Severe sheriff do 9 80 J Aluortnaa trustee tor Peggy ly cured me It digests what you eat aad w 8 80 do 10 60 Gus Gfesonvladae Taa meter lupaUo 900 ocrcc ell forms of ctomaoh troubles It do 9 00 HeatonvaUlto Oal trurtee for JEBJadnJodie 10 00 never rails to give Immediate relief la 9 00 60 00 E A Klmnm olerk do Jdo XjaesBagapaaajc 8 00 JncH Blythe sheriff do 980 Dr B fi WKgM attention to the worse oesee A B Flcbsr MOO d6 8 66 T L Wroe udg Jno Butler 900 do 9 00 W E Dockeryrajtos tor Joe 8 00 Geo Hamad dark CcraBMtMMtlONS 10 00 Thos NDyer J udge do 9 00 Fralsa and wife MppUcf W H Gallowav jadae do ladles of the W 0 T U have The 79 60 900 Mike Hmbbmu 2 Oaupcr cpfflns 800 12 00 been Much gratlfted at the oongratnla 60 J H Rowland clerk do 900 J B Oarsoa sheriff do 9 80 recent victory Letters IT 00 steal oa their 11 88 J B Jackson judge do 100 a JMsttM1f lHMMMi MlMHi 8 00 8andr 18 00 aad Meeeeges of cheer and praise have do tlei Jees at D 8B 0 60 J J JCcenan olerk a oo Ofaisia B7alry feci s Oonnty been received Among them wm a let 60 D W Henry judge do U 00 11 08 tor from Mrs J D Brashear 8arvswst V4 60 Alfred Taylor clerk do ol Owen 8 IS 8am Dt viewer on road 60 8 J McCoy sheriff do 900 i 9 00 I bore aad a metnge from Mm Walter 8 00 J Datecaks 8r viewer on Med do 60 John Kasey judge do 2 00 Plggot of Irvlogtoa said the ladles 800 J B ClrawfcrdfObainnutnonfOad 60 Ben MUlCr judge Irviagtoa bold a prayer meet 6 H ThornhUI clerk do a oo Bradlcylbert Oo claim book 12 80 of 8 60 J P 8 99 leg on election day In behalf of this lumber on road 800 Nathan Board sheriff do cause aad were much phased to know a oo L rreenyffooriaf and painting Wa Bennett Judge do ai 196 00 that the temperanoe workers havdfrl Falls Bough bridge 18 00 J M Butler sheriff do umpherl f 88 00 Jno H Butlsr Judge do 900 Dr J at Walker attention to V M Mercer Judge do 1M 00 Oardnsr fees as D 8 bVo 900 880 600 J H Oomw clerk do 880 r J 766 RGrewry sheriff do J W Btormes ludae do 900 iewse 900 Soloulhellmaav llHsaWI MM 17 B laawaeaaaTvr 800 Jno P Garner judge do 1 26 8 W Parsons olerk do 900 taVaae wmn varmeflj 800 00 H A Hunter sheriff do 890 FT Hie rt mnmm i VIwsTvgieF evnsBjgeBiggw 900 326 too Zt has been wtttflr mid of the martyre 800 wTWtmVMtlmm tor holding 400 that thev were neool wno were cannon- laBaWanBaar eWawlsl 1 80 800 too led wnile tbey lived and were canon iiiiin imiiii t do 900 OllntffaakfWkoa 200 id when they were dead The same uo anctirri Jnortoa 200 jm too A Fisher Judge do thing might be said of many a woman Howard clerk do 10 60 who has been cannotisded by cenaures caebkook 900 900 J 8 A Plate ices as leotion eonv 800 criticiams while she lived and can OOTOBaUTCBM micam air etc 8 00 H oo id as s saint after death V jLJfatos f B 0 toes m 3 00 E H Miller Justtoe 4 days 19 00 ttfbanda dont mean to be small and 900 Davis JohncM do do 19 00 But tbey cant understand the JMkjHftlctoa ices as ctofUoc nns which come with dabilltatittir 800 Wm Oarmon dc do 19 00 draine rrrefularity ianaanaatton or mI 800 Jas A Moarmao juetlos 4 days 800 ana ongge eommicsioncr II 60 Owel Oartnaaai toes sj clerit4LJBaV 8ft ecratton of the sensitive female organs Â¬ VlVf rMMKitMHM IIHIMI Thousands of happy women nay trib 800 J o cabbage printing poll 8 00 ute to the wonderful chance In their books etc 66 75 Saady Baticraoll to sYroaaenw 1 60 lives effected by the use of Dr Pierces VJJBnX sVBjBFVBtHarV Obas Radeabslmcr lumber tor toes 8 70 48 Favorite Preemption B bridges It is not a can 19 90 V 1 Barton mW at Hlmm tkaiA a dlo R N Miller attomer icbool tme eenng all ItliaeasaednVpuraosfctoaaccaf- - 4 00 TJ JoUy7jteoWaf MS eaHlk can VMNMMsl IMlTt I8 60 100 Ohas Blaatord Jaror In Baabam Inqueet W A Xasey jaror In Baabam vxamlnatioa laqueat 0 By Int paid by L M Dtvte od count v 14 00 bonds Mch 15 m 8 By smt paid L B Macey op county 24 Oil bond Moh iO 189 8 By amt paid J T Sklllwan on oonnty 40 00 bond Mch 10 1899 9 By amt paid L T Rooerts oa countv 5 15 boadc Moh 81 1899 100 00 60 10 By smt pd Mrs B MeGarv on county IBM bond Mch 81 1889 60 1 Br amt paid Mrs 18 00 J X De Jaraetto In 50 lull of county bond toad No 10 Meb At lace 1506 15 60 Ml JTOCK w- - J t It w Will be Closed If i sa sfltS n a a a RegaiIess of CostamnwAwammawanmaaawenusam - I EVERY DOLLARS WORTH OP jvpiiwesiij 5jfe Dry Qoocfe Clothing Boots p SI tj e Minidiiiiiya WE OWN IN THE svrs Green Flag wY I lJ Bargain Store Hardinsburfi Ky Muit be closed out on account of tick- ness Our partner who hai been majaaifflna that atora a comoallead toTftVt for the South and have acitit our Mr S Poaeinhltiti to dla- poie of the 9tock If he has to sell jl U IK gfSrarljndic r abrldji BOi 5 00 1 6JlfO ii lit i ii 0 H MatUogiy salary as poor wClfJeM 27 35 09 00 17 06 60 7 26 J BrtdjoBII A Barry work 76 nouee eommisnoner o montns sob Paul nuiisBi IS Gi HanamaamB MaMmclv sunnlies then we can win and not till W Pate This is tbs advice of one of the J house farmfertiliser for poor etc oldest Democrats in this part of the vine Junes Brioker work at Beech jrora Dnase yard Will you take it B sheriff Novem Â¬ I will not attempt to give yon the gen Â¬ O ber Mattingly 1898 elecUon eral news as your worthy aud able cor- Â¬ J A Moorman land at west snd respondent from this place will keep you Glendeane bridge Mrs Wm Cunnlnsthsm roadway posted in that line JWH i M Walker M D attention to pcupers Brave Men Fell T L Smith repairs at jail and Victims to stomach liver and kidney poorhouse troubles as well as women and all feel Sandy Butler fees as D 8 B 0 JW the results in loss of appetite poisons in Drpenoers Meador attention to the blood backaches nervousness head J M Mullen judge November ache and tired listless run down feel- Â¬ election iw etc ing But theres no need to feel like aye jsary vuojuneu roadwcTthat Listen to J W Gardner Idaville M HaaunanA fan papr seflln jusworig aepaiic ea oo Ind He says Electric Bitten are just the thing for a man when he is all ran ajgmfffgfut work m Bceeb down cad dont care whether he lives or wen dies- - It did more te give me new Mils Pete rkee Beech Feck bridaw ft etrejtotu test gaed appetite than any Van HowtcA tMnfcMitake loan now eat any Â¬ ForkMdgt work on thing and have a new lease on life J B Mettrngiy bouee How be etosCfonc 199CV79C Only 60 cents at Short A Haysee Drug F K and W 11 Rhodes oa store hvery bottle guaranteed All at Meuaeterv bridee Hook Miller A Co work at jail PreckMuOtft honest 3iyirbtt Lets go together and be decani end Ben T McCoy trustee for Ell then nS Â¬ ununeaaunV a ff So 600 8 00 10 00 90 00 jrrana vwrg Jerry Tabor attending public Olarenos Lewis repairing lock at coortbonec Dr B H McMullea attention to jartoesappllss M Jno Biebop work at Tar Spring Bridge flll T77 Heeton Willis Co work on Tar Swing Bridge fill V B Burton conveying lunatic Bridge fill at Tar Spring 4800 inc 2400 7 60 or Ulaaanaaaaaai eaaaVaUlBaaT saaaaaaaaaaU la trustee Statin f freeM Wtcr Baah letter is treated as s eacjM I confidence privately read aad women can consult ut terse 16 80 17 70 I HJU Sladsr wcrk en Tar iprlsg work 00 auBonAgent on bridge 0 L Beard supplies PWOpBcj Oil the county 18 86 600 Hardlasbarg read fund amount paid tor lumber br the district that cboaid nave been paid by 24 00 Hudsoflvllto road fund money that sboald have been paid by tossy loin answered All answers are ia plaid envelopes Address Dr X Y Ftorce Buffalo N Y Mvasal ra Is aienilMtter see I aeve lv mmcmims 100 A worth of wrllM Mrs 77 46 As m 720 k mSTt eaawerss mrntw leMwieeerc are au hmmiiv fljaMMsswaTaMawS 26 00 00 00 0 JB Hacweli trustee Mooros a oq Biekswdccn enpeitoe 0 E Haewsfl trustee Baa Wbeatley suppllec- 100 to 246 88 79 14 96 tbeeouatr 1e fvatara laieraslsj aewcj mfr drives does not happen but once In a Century TJwefort if you want to buy Merchandise Goods for chance of this kind forargofjlfe 1 m 94 64 Repwrt of icatwiMlceicr aad ef Taaae RewseVcr wee ejwnawies JfaHceTj 800 1 60 16 00 400 61 00 -v 1 rum oMoa as i -- arrTi fwt i - - 1100 HrrwXfJce4dsyssW 200 400 JantateaaOev csrve far 180 tot B7Tafifiaiytremee tor Kate 18 00 MeVaatovawaUMbcsMatef 960 B A Beard hssuaue lumber to nvss aiaWe 2849 TothetfeeeyabtolalJkcIeeca towlag ssfCftt This day came Morris EaMdgc as 800 Oommtoalonof aad Becetver gad pre 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