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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f ill i I 1 8 PAGES j1 56COLUMt IIII1 11 i I I t t i to Ir d- i 1 + y THE BREGKENRIDGE NEWS THE TEWS TI3ATS FIT TO ERITr vouxxrvv CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7 1900 NO 30 I k jftEJ WEEK ERAPORT I w Events as They Occurred Day by Day at the State Capital i ji TWtf MEN CHARGED It WITH MURDERJ Jcc j = The Meeting of the PeaceMakerst in LouisvilletProbahly Sue cessful i r GOEBEL LIES IN STATE TWO DAYS Shortly beforo noon on Tuesday Jan 30th Wm Goebel Senator carfrom Kenton county and contestant for the office of Governor was shot I through the body with a Winchester rifle fired from the third story of the state house at Frankfort Ho was walKing toward the state house in company with Jack Chinn when assassinated Four or five shots were fired and Goebel was probably fatally5 wounded He was carried to his room at the Capital hotel immediately where he has received the best medical aid and nurses care I EXCITEMENT AND CONFUSION Intense excitement prevailed throughout Frankfortand for a time countyJi Thousands of telegrams ofcondolence to Goebel were received and the greatest sympathy manifested inhiscondition By order of Governor Taylor the town was in the hands of the militia by which means amob was prevented i 4 STATE HOUSE GUARDED f Goebel passed a quiet night but was barely alive on Wednesday morning The excitement wasstill high and his followers were deter tt mined to make him Governor The legislators were refused entrance Y to the Capitol building by the militia They tried the opera house iUen the court house but aV each place they were barred by soldiers Finally a majority met at the Capital hotel where a vote was taken arid b Goebel declared lrofKentucky GOEBEL SWORN IN Late at night in the presence Hof nurses and physicians Wm Goe r bel propped up in his bed and suffering greatly took the oath of office and immediately issued a proclamation ordering away the militia w THINKS HE SWILL RECOVER Thursday morning Goebel seemed slightly bettor but had a sink ing spell about noon He has been conscious all the time and insists thJIthe will recover The physicians think that his recovery would be l almost a miracle In the evening Goebel rallied and passed another quiet night APPEAL TO MCKINLEY i t r With two Governors in Frankfort and a standing army things had about reached a climax The legislators were again refusedadmit It trtance to the state house whore Taylor has been ever since the tragedy 0n Wednesday Governor Taylor went through the form of adjourning k Thursdayiappi J Mature haVe come to the point where they will have to be settled by s jjjtfwjide or higher authority Attempts at arbitration have been made I iWit as yet have not been successful i GOEBEL BETTER r On Friday Goebels condition was more encouraging and hopes for r hill recpyexy were entertained S 1 f NOTICE GIVEN II Governor Taylor was notified that an injunction would bo served ea him for preventing the meeting of the General Assembly v WASgINGTON NEWS A Kentucky delegation in Washington discussed the Kentucky ituaUon with ihe President and it was decided that the time for feder al kId hid not arrived A wSenatorelect Blackburn is expected in Frankfort It has created i Coo1meptJhathe has so far failed to recogpJze Goebel as Governor 7 GOEBEL AGAIN SWORN IN- nt To prevent any contests in the future the legislature held another reeIion on Friday in regular orderand again elected Goebel Governor ffa i ain admimstoriBd the oath of office tothtfsickman4 rr V e ARRESTS MADE t F- k i 0i Sutton andWhitaker are both undo arrest for ass Sifuatlon of i glwbelIt u liw PRAYERMEETING HELD 1 iJtfOj of the moat im1r veprayerMm ever Iield In Frankfort a i tkt held oa Saturday in the parlor of the CaplUlihotell All the lH i 1 zlsanyoutsidersattendedandmingledt their prayers and i xir re id t1fjf dJlni man 1 r Ir j ty n t H t I GOEBEL SUCCUMBS TO DEATH Saturday was a day of careful watching at the bedside of Goebel who fluctuated between life and death He was kept alive with oxy gen and artificial blood until seven oclock when he died At the last ho was alone with his brother and sister His other brother Justus Goebel with his wife and children arrived from Arizona a few minutes too late to see their brother aliv- eGOEBELS LAST WORDS Early in the day Goebel made his last request Ho said Tell my friends to be brave and fearless and loyal to the groat common people Previously he had said to his friend John Hendrick You have a charge keep it Several ministers visited and prayed with him To one ho said that ho wanted the world to know that he believedand trusted in a Supremo Being BECKHAM SWORN INIWithin an hour after Goobols death J C P Beckham of Bards town was sworn in as Governor in the presence of Senator Blackburn and others The papers had all been prepared previously and only lacked the signatures This was quickly arranged and Beckham took the oath of office His first official act was to issue a proclamation an nouncing the death of acting Governor Goebel and dispersing the militia ALONZO WALKER- One of tho most sensational turns of the Frankfort melee was the arrest of Alonzo Walker the court stenographer for attempting to serve upon Governor Taylor an injunction for preventing the meeting of the General Assembly He was held in custody until Monday when his friends procured his release He has since filed a suit in the courts against Governor Taylor for500 00 for unlawful detention REWARDS OFFERED FOR ASSASSIN The state of Kentucky has offered a reward of 50000 for the finder of Goebels assassin Besides the private reward of 8500 offered by Governor Taylor many towns and individuals have pledgedsums ranging from t50 to 1000 for the capture of the murderer FACTS ABOUT GOEBEL William Goebel was born of German parentage in the state of Pennsylvania in the year 1865 He was the oldest of four children the others being Justus Minnie and Arthur When William was seven years old the family came to Covington Ky where William was educated in the public school After a few months in a jewelers store he began the study of law and at the age of twentyono began to practice in the office of exGovernor Stephenson In a few years he became the law partner of John G Carlisle with whom he remained five years PEACE IN SIGHT e The peace conference between seven representative of the Repub Bean party and seven representatives of the Democratic party heldat the Galt house Monday night resulted in a truce and probable final peace The meeting was held until three oclock in the morning when the result was made public through the press THE PEACE MAKERS The Republicins in the conference were John Marshall Judge John W Barr Gen Dan Lindsoy T J Edelin Dr T H Baker David W Fairleigh C T Ballard The Democratic representatives were J C S Blackburn J C W Beckham Sam J Shackelford Urey Woodson James B McCreary and Phil Thompson THE AGREEMENT Taylors troops are to be withdrawn except a guard to remain until after Thursday There will be no session at London and the legislature will meet in the state house Both parties agree to abide by the action taken in joint session o legislature in the matter ofcont- estFUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS The funeral services of Wm Goebel will be held at Frankfort at 12 oclock tomorrow morning at the Capital hotel The ministers in charge will be Rev Thomas Arnold of Frankfort Rev Wm Stanley of Nicholasville and Rev Charles Mann of Paris At the grave a short prayer will be said and a speech made over the body of the dead by Senatorelect J C S Blackburn A FAITHFUL SERVANT i An Oldtime Darkey Dies at the Home of Capt and Mrs English Aunt Lonan old colored woman who was reared in the English family died very euddenly Sunday February 4that the home of Capt and MraEogllsh She was buried from the same residence Monday morning and her funeral wee attended by many friends of both colors Aunt Lou wee seventyfour years old and one of the few remaining old time darkies She was hared by Oap tain Englishs mother who gave her to her married daughter when Aunt Louise was sixteen years old In time she came to make her homa with Cap talnand Mrs Enfflleh where she hat llyed and served thirtyfour years She was a faithful servant and a veritable Black mammy to the Eng lish children Her last gage were made comfortable and easy for the old woman by the Eng lish family who feel that they have indeed lost ft faithful friend and ser vant Dr Bells CHIli Syrup liagraid old nmedy utsdler many year tad ftfll IIn public favor It U without doubt the bias medkhne for aUpataeuur atectloau It ihnrs curej A- Ucll1InIHaMllklOujc M I LONGFELLOWS BIRTHDAY Was Celebrated by the Ladles Read Ing Club delightfully man Thursday afternoon It was the birthday of Henry W Longfellow and the rollcall was reeponded to with quotations from that popular poet A large number of members were present and the afternoon was enjoyed by all GeorgeW ADJOURNED The U S Court In Owensboro DIs trict Adjourned on Account off SmallPox By order of the United States Court KyFebruary5thcontinued until the next term and all witnesses are hereby notified not to at tend His Honor will be at Owensboro on February 6th 1000 to dispose of mat furVirJlaiI i uj r ITHOB Shan Clerk I DDncar LraneAyD O j FRUIT FROM CALIFORNIA Grown Packed and Labeled By Mrs W L Burton of Colton CONRAD SIMONS VISITTO COLTON There was a pleased smile on several faces in the NEWS office Saturday morn ing when Mr Conrad Simons of Toblns port appeared with a basket of California fruit as a present to the editor from Mr and Mrs W L Burton of Colton California The fruit came from Mrs Burtons orchard and was a good sample of all the delicious fruits grown in South ern California Thero were the shad dock the gripe fruit the large California orange the kid clove orange the pomegranate and several other varieties f Californias best They were moot daintily packed and labeled and tasted quite as well as they looked Mrs Burton is a sister of Mr Conrad Simons and has lived for fifteen years at Colton fifty miles from Los Angeles Both Mr and Mrs Burton are delighted with their Southern home where they have been quite successful In fruit grow ing as well as in other lines of business They have been visited this winter by Mr and Mrs Conrad Simons who are enthusiastic over the California climate and other delightful conditions They witnessed the Tournament of Roses on New Years day at Pauulema in which General Shatter WAS one of themost con spicuous figures Mr Simons also visit ed a miners camp near tne top of Old Bady He says that though these men are seeking gold they are not gold bugs and all save one are in favor of both metals at the ratio oi 10 to 1 and for Bryan for our next President CAT WITH TWO COONS AND TWO KITTENS No nigger news but actual facts says Mr John Keith while I was pase lug through the neighborhood of Oho nault last Thursday I happened to reach the home of Sir Bert Cunningham about noon hour and consequently took dinner with he aud his family After dinner my eyes fell npon two pet coons as I thought and naturally I made inquiries of Mr Cunningham as to what in the world was he doing with two coons Why said heI have no pet coons Well Il tell you the story I have an exceedingly fine cat and the whole family have become much attached to her On one bright Bunny morning I strolled to the barn and to my amazement found her with a litter of four pretty kittens Two were coons and two were kittens Mr Keith lays the sight was grand and made an offer of 1 for one coon but no attention was granted his request Here is an excellent opportunity for some side show performer to obtain a family of curios but we predict a hand some price wlll have to be offered THE ELECTION SHOULD STAND Mr Bob Lewis Is In Favor of Letting The Majority Rule In an interview with a NEWS reporter Mr Robt W Lewis one of our most reliable and respected citizens said that he voted for whisky in the recent local option election but that he would not enter the contest against the result of that election He believes that the majority should rule and the majority of the people in this district have voted out the saloon and Mr Lewis thinks that should end the matter Good Democracy I inclose my check for 1 in payment for NEWS to January 1001 Please send receipt hero for Ill be here for another week Hope your paper will continue to improve Its good now and your Democracy with IL Good luck to you and yours RespectfullyB IIKeep to Your Place and Your Place willKeep You JtTttof good health sue cannot keep i M Ira nor enjoy life Most troubles oiiginalc it impute blood Hoods Sarsn parittt makes he Mood rich and pure and tluis promotes good health vMcft toSt hefpyou keep your place OAL the food I WILL WED TODAY One of Meade Countys Most Favored Daughters to a Breckenrldgo County Physician BBANDBMBURO KvSpecial Today Wednesday Feb 7th at one oclock Dr Seth Parks of Webster Breckenridge county and Miss Lnla Lewis will be united in marriage at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs J W Lewis Park Place Miss Lu la is a handsome blonde most popular in social and religious circles and will be greatly missed Dr Parks is a promis lug physician intelligent finelooking and highly esteemed The bride will be gowned in an ele gant light broadcloth tailor made suit with vest gloves and hat to Her entire trousseau is very handsome and complete The Rev Mr Litchfield will pronounce the ceremony Lunch eon will be served after which the hap py couple will leave for Webster their future home Mr andJMrs David Falrleigb Mr and Mrs Andrew Fairleigb Mr and Mrs A C Lewis Mr and Mrs Georgo Wool folk of Louisville Mr and Mrs Che peze Wathen and Mrs James FairI leigh ot Owensboro Mr and Mrs Jess Herndou Irvington Mr end Mrs Jess Malin of Vine Grove Mr and Mrs Harry Bell Miss Eva Carriean and Mr Patterson of Guston the relatives of Dr Parke and the nearest relatives here will compose the guests Mrs Lewis is iu mourning for her father hence the wedding will bo quiet with only the im mediate relatives present Miua Lewis who was a pupil of mine in her childhood has the will to follow and the art to lead She to whom these most precious stilts are given baa lifes great potent factorand can rule alike the cottage the home or the throne VALUABLE RELICS Some Volumes of Poems Oice Owen ed by Bill Hardln of Indian Fame Mrs Rachel B Lay of near Stephens port has in her possession quite a num ber of valuablo relics among which are two volumes of Burns Poems and and two volumes of Popes translation of Homers Illiad that were once owned by her great grandfatber Bill Hardin of Indian fame They are quite ancient looking the leaves having turned very yellow from age the binding shows a bad quality of paper and the two books of Burns have been recovered with dressed buck skin These books passed from the first owner to his son John then from him to his brother Henry Hardin then to his daughter Cella Hardin Witt and lastly to their present owner Mrs Lay who prizes them very highly Clayton Thompsn The marriage of Dr J M Clayton and Miss Monia Thompson of West Louisville was announced Sunday Both parties are highly repected young people and have a large circle of friends West Louisville Jan 31 items in the Owensboro Dally Inquirer We take for granted it is the same congenial and friendly physician who formerly resided in this city Tearing up Their Road Bed Manager H V Harris of the Breck enridge Cannel Coal Company has a corps of new men at work removing the rails from the road bed The road la ten miles in length and extends from to Victoria The Victoria mines have always been operated by an English syndicate and vast Bums of money have been expend edf The coal that came from this mine was of a superior quality and stood the test of being the finest cannel coal in the whole country The last few the ly has been gradually diminishing thereby compelling the operators to close the mine Oloverport as well as other towns will financially feel the effects of the closing down of the companys work as an unusually large force of men were constantly employed and were n class of Rate Restored The roundtrip rate of L60 to Ear dinabnrr bee beet teetered over the iHeadweaBonU SIIflhIflstflMM 8 PAGES 156 COLUMNS ALL THE apprenticeship IIMakes 1IIOALIQIIQ correspond Oloverport spenttheir z- DAIUNO POWDER A GOOD CITIZEN Mawesvllle loses a Good Citizen and Able Lawyer In the Death of Judge Robert Bush Judge Robert G Bush for fifty years a prominent lawyer and active politician in Hancock county died at his home in Haweavilie lust week He had been In feeble health for several years and his death was not unexpected Judge Bush was a good citizen and an earnest Chris tian He was eeventyf ur years old and leaves a wife and seven children You can help anyone whom you find suffering from inflamed throat laryngeal trouble bronchitis coughs colds etc by advising the use of BALLARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP the great remedy for coughs and colds Price 25 and 60 cents FRUIT NOT INJURED fir Withers of Muldraugh Will Realize a Great Deal From his Peach Crop Arch Withers of Muldrangh proprie tor of the Twin Cave farm says that solar the fruit crop has not been turt He has 10000 peach trees and 1500 apple trees which will bear this season expectsheof peaches from every tree which would considerably increase Mr Wither bin account Twentytwo Years a Subscriber OWENSBOBO KY Jan 20th 1900 MB J D BAnDAGE CLOVWPOBT KY DUB SIB Enclosed find post office order for one dollar to pay for your paper which we receive regularly We cannot do without it M I have been a subscriber over twentytwo years Wishing you much success I remainYour friend C SWAOOOT Greatly Improved LEWISPORT KY Jan 30th 1000 JD BAnDAGE CLOVBHPOBT KY Dun SIR Please find enclosed one dollar for re newal of BBKCKENRIDQK NEWS Please send Farm Journal also The NEWS has been greatly Improved since you began using your new press Yours truly J H MEYERS tit Soy Mr J Sheer Sedalla Mo saved his childs life by One Minute Cough Cure Doctors had given her up to die with croup Its an infallible cure for coughs colds grippe pneumonia bronchitis and i throat and lung troubles Relieves at onceA R Fisher BUY THE SHELDON EDITION All persons who wish to read the Topeka Capital as edited by Rey Chas M Sheldon for one week beginning March 13th can have it mailed to them by send ing us 25 cents We want to make an early order so send your name and money as soon as possibl- eBeardHendry Nupltals The wedding of Mr Thomas Beard of Hardinsbnrg and Miss Cora Hendry of Preston will be solemnized at the coun try home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs 7 L Hendry this afternoon Both are prominent and welltodo young people of this county Married at Evansville Mr Jett W Mines of Woodbury and Miss Ida Williams were married in the office of the County Clerk at Evansville Ind last Wednesaay An account of the wedding will appear next week s Sheriff Burton Dying At four oclock yesterday Sheriff V B Burtons condition was critical TJnleea a change takes place immediately his life is despaired of A Reading Room to be Established At the meeting of the WOT Uatthe Baptist church Monday night aucommittee of ladles was appointed to make arrangements to establish a read proJectladles In charge hope for sobUntIal fl naselal wppert from the eUiMM I C t i I 2 THE BRECKENRIDOE JNBWS WEDNESDAY t- U FEBRUARY 7 1900 II BRECKENRIDGE NEWS PURE BRITISH GRIT A SOUTH AFRICAN FIGHT THAT TRIED I MENS SOULS peravte Valor In the Defense of the HoapltsU at UorUea Drift In the Zulu War The Victoria Crosji Won br Prlrate Soldier Copyright 1S99 by O L Kllmerl OER and Briton will havo It out In South Africa- Everybody out side of England expects that tho honors of per sonal pluck and prowess will surely rest with the Boers whichever way the victory goes Hero Is a story of bulldog Brit- Ish grit display ed on the border between the Transvanl and Natal In the Zulu war- Cctcwayo last of the great Zulu war chiefs was standing off the British advance as the Boers have been do log since October and with true sav age tactics managed to fall upon and use up Isolated detachments of the white soldiers One day be crossed the Buffalo river and slaughtered the British column at Isandlana a few miles below Dundee where the Boers and Britons first fought The Britons bad crossed Buffalo river at Korkcs Drift making that point a hospital and supply station While tho fight was going on at Isandlana there were 80 fighting men and 30 Invalids at Rorkes Drift In the middle of tho afternoon a survivor from tho massacre at Isandlana mounted upon a foaming steed which reeled on his last spurt came to tho little camp and cried out a warning easily of Interpretation Stand to arms and defend yourselvesI The Zu lus are coming A stone and brick dwelling and church formed tho do fenses of Rorkes Drift Tho dwelling served as a hospital and the church as a storehouse and stable Outside was a kraal and all lay open to attack The garrison set to work to make a curtain for defense connecting house and church and kraal Wagons and mealies bags were made Into a rampart doors and windows barred and loopholes pierced In tho walls While this was going on 10 native troopers of Dnrnfords horse rode to the Drift Colonel Durnford had been killed at Isandlana and the men were shaky With 200 native footmen they were sent to the front to bold off the Zulus while the garrison worked on tho ramparts Lieutenant Chard known as the hero of Rorkes Drift was In command of the post The Zulus had picked up some Brit ish guns and announced their coming by shots at long range There were 1500 of them under the lead of Ccte wayos brother At the first sound of battle music the friendly natives all skedaddled and left poor Chard and his handful to their fate The savages crossed tho river at a distance from the Drift and got upon high ground where they could shoot down upon the buildings But they were poor bands with rifles and tailed to do much execution Finally they charged In the famous horn formation and surrounded the place This Is not a story of the fight so much us of the specimen pluck of a Briton or two just to show what may be expected In the Boor war It Tommy Atkins has not sadly degenerated In pace with the English aristocracy The main fighting force lay behind the parapet At the end of the hospital far thest from the storehouse and the ram parts were stationed Privates John Williams Joseph Williams Cole and Henry Hook Tho Wllllamses de fended a ward with four patients and Colo and Hook a room next to a ward containing six patients When tho Zu lus came on Cole went out and joined the main body at the ramparts and was killed there That left Hook alone In his Isolated corner With a Martini Henry rifle he fired at the Zulus through the loopholes The Wllllamsps did tbe same After some rapid work Hook found his cartridge was caught iti the heated barrel Some time was lost forcing it down with a ramrod and the enemy was then upon him He retreated to the ward under his careTho Wllllamses had killed 14 Zulus but finally a rush of savages burst a door In and Joseph Williams with two patients was dragged out and cut to pieces by the savages John mean while with a pick had made a hole through the wall Into Hooks ward and with his two patients joined Hook The main body of English had been driven from the line of defense at tho rampart and were distributed behind piles of biscuit boxes and other cover selling life as dearly as possible The Zulus broke Into tho hospital through the front doors and set fire to the root of grassNow said Hook to Williams make a hole with your pick through Jnto the next room while I defend this doorwoy Its our only chancel Tho Zulus were already at the door An as Bagal struck Hook In the head before ho could fire n shot but bo kept his feet and a cool nerve Every time ho fired a Zulu went down If the rush was too sudden for fire ho used his bayonet Seven Zulus lay in front of the door but their fellows pushed on as only savages can despising death if it could but follow revenge They seized tho muzzle of Hooks gun and tried to wrest it from his grasp The overheated barrel blistered the brave fellows hands and overhead the fire crackled In the straw thatch Ammu nition was getting low the sick could offer no helD and Williams had hit own usx or cutting an egress tnrougn the wall Finally the hole was open and WU llama dragged seven men through Hook left hIs post and seized thet eighth patient but as he reached thet opening a Zulu bullet struck the sick marl and1 Hook forted htm through breaking a leg for tho poor fellow al though saving his life There was but one egress from the room where the two sound and eight helpless men werei beleaguered and this led out among the Zulus so it was decided to work their way back to the main body of defenses Hook stood at tilet hole and Williams again plied thet pick Twice they retreated until they stood In a room with two doors open- Ing out upon the Zulus and a window on the side where It was supposed the malu body of English still held their parapet One of the patients became crazed at the sight of the Zulus and rushed out among them only to bo hacked to pieces with due ceremony While this was occupying their atton tion Hook and Williams put the remaining sick men through the window and climbed after them Tho last car tridge was gone But with the party outside the build Ing It seemed for a moment as though tho escape Was only a jump from tho frying pan Ihto the fire Their com rades bad been driven from the first line and were 100 feet from the hos Vital wall The Intervening space was covered with dead Zulus showing that It lay within the zone of attack It was swept by Zulu bullets and assagais but salvation could only be had by crossing this field of death Williams and six sick men crossed first without Injury Then Hook shouldered the soy enth man one having two broken legs and made a struggle for cover The burden was limp and hung like a sack An assagai struck the man but was turned aside by his thick overcoat Hook panted In his struggle he reeled under his burden but by efforts more than human be reached the barricade and was drawn Inside with his helpless charge As soon as ho could get his breath ho took a rifle and made one more In the line of gallant defenders of Rorkos Drift behind the rampart of biscuit boxes By firing tho thatch of the hospital tho Zulus had spoiled their own game for night came on and the fiames lit up the scene so that It was death for a savage to break from cover Already their fallen mado a second rampart on tho narrow field of fighting but with their wild frenzy worked up by war dances they stopped at nothing Six times they pushed on over the heaps of their dead and reached the English parapet With the bayonet tho heroic English drove them off and then sallied out chasing them from tho field A Zulu tried to fire tho grass roof of the storehouse but a well aimed bullet brought him down At 3 oclock In the morning after 11 hours of steady resistance there was HOOK SHOULDERED TIlE SEVENTH MAN a lull The savages seemed to have hind enough of It Theta dead number ed between 300 and 400 but tim Brit- Ish had lost but 17 killed Tho survivors of the garrison set to work to strengthen their position ready for a return of the Zulus at daybreak Men climbed to the roof of the storehouse to strip It so that It could not be fired antI from this lookout saw a horde of dusky figures creeping up to surprise the garrison Tho men at the barn cade wcro warned and the soldiers IhP OverWork Weakens Your 1Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body pase through ur kidneys once everY three mlnutez cures cases and Is sold on Its merits all In cent and six es You rnay a Tho kidneys arc your blood they fil ter out waste or Impurities In the blood If they are sick or out of order they fall to do their work Pains aches and rheu matism come from ex of uric acid In blood due to nelttn n kidney trouble Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady thougtheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries urinarytrouble3kidneysbUIall constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble mlslakebyI KllmersSwampRoot soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful of the most distressing by druggists fifty onedollar have purifiers the cess the I 5pRocstreeout If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Be Co Binghamton N Y gan to descend Trotn tilE roof TIle last to leave saw another sight one to make him forget the danger and ihout with all his lung power a wild Hooray Coming over the low bllla far to the eastward was a compact column of troops which could only bo tho army of reserve under Lord Chefmsford hur rying to tho relict of the posts In Natal Chelmsford had been to Isandlana and found that Durnfords command bad been practically annihilated Turning to Rorkos Drift he saw smoko rising from tho burning hospital and sup posed that tho post had shared the fate of Durnfords men Advancing cautiously for fear of Zulu ambush he soon saw the English flag waving from the storehouse The advance guard rushed to the front and was welcomed with a cheer by the heroes of what Lord Cbclmsford called the most gal lant action on record Hook and Wil hams were awarded the Victoria cross Colonel Durnford commander at Isandlana was killed outside the camp early In the fight He was succeeded by Colonel Pullelne of the Twenty fourth foot When his battalion bad been cut down to a handful Colonel Fullelno gave the colors to Lieutenant Melville and Lieutenant Coghill to save If possible After sending them away Colonel Pullclne turned to his men and said As for the rest of us here ra stay and here we lie They staid anti died Such Is one record of British valor In South Africa GconnR L KILUER Stood Death Off E B Munday a lawyer of Henrietta Tex once fooled a gravedigger Ho says My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice I nersuad ed him to try Electric Bitters and he was ooon much better but continued their use until he was wholly cured I am sure Electric Bitters saved his life This remedy expels malaria kills Ills ease germs and purifies the blood j aids digestion regulates liver kidneys and bowels cures constipation dyspepsia nervous diseases kidney troubles female complaints j gives perfect health Only 50c at Short Haym drug store Filial tore Thats a pathetic story of the Gour don fishing boat crew No class of men face death more frequently than the hardy fisher toilers of the sea and among none is a genuine heroism more frequently displayed The Gourdon boat was manned by a father and his four sons When tho boat sank three of the latter went with her The old man got an oar and soon tho fourth son appeared by his side But the oar could only support one and the lad taking In tho sltua thou at once bade his parent farewell in the words Weel wool faltbcr I maun jlst awa and sank Only readers familiar with the northern dialect will fully appreciate the depth of kindly resignation and true feeling which tho words denote rho father endured terrible Bufferings but was ultimately picked up Greater love bath no man than thlsWest minster Gazette Working Night and Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr Kings New Life Pius Every pill is a sugarcoated globule of health that changes weakness into strength liaHesaneas into energy bralnfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by Short Haynes PEACHES AND BLUBBER A Story of Arthur Stringer and an Oxford Profemor Canadians aro very touchy on the subject of climate as Rudyard Kipling discovered when he somewhat thought lessly dubbed the Dominion Our Lady of the Snows When Arthur Stringer tho young Canadian poet and author first went to Oxford bo carried with him letters from Professor Goldwln Smith of Toronto to Professor York Powell the distinguished historian of Christchurch Tho old Oxford don like one or two other Englishmen had very vaguo Ideas about Canada and somewhat sur prised the young stranger by Inquiring If he got along nicely on English roast mutton after living so long on frozen seal meat The young poet gravely protested that bo perhaps missed his whale blubber a little but the next day cabled home and In less than a week the finest basket of autumn peaches ever grown in Ontario carefully pack ed In sawdust was on Its way to Ox ford A short time afterward tho young author was again dining with the reglus professor at Oxford and that gentleman produced at the meal a fruit dish loaded with tremendous peaches Most extraordinary said the old professor but these peaches were sent to mo today and Im blessed if I know who sent them From the south of France I suspect so I saved a tow of them for you Stringer They will bo such a novelty you know The Canadian very quietly took a steamship companys bill of lading from his pocket and handed It to the professor Tho professor gazed at the bill then at tho fruit then at the poet- I bad somo whale blubber too professor said that young man but I simply had to cat that These other things were grown on my uncles farm in Kent county Ont you know Ho has 200 bushels of them every year and bo sent mo over a basket of little ones along with the whale blubbor Saturday Evening Post Lyons Laxative S rup absolutelyharmlessthe kidneys liver and bowels j cures con stipation biliousness sick headache clears the complexion and makes the blood pure An ideal remedy for children as well as adults WOMANSIIOFE The only hope for many weakly women is Brafllld Female RegulatorII euro In nI- lstubborn andsevero eases of Profuse Irregular Scantyor Pain ful Menstruation Falling of the Womb Leucorrhcca Headache Backache and Nervousness It is a distinct remedy for the distinct all ments called female troubles Those are the diseases for which it should be taken Urll A mlOTfBt TOil DIUDFIELD REGULATOR COAtUataGs The CentfeTXrt oTWlnUlnc When you have mastered the gentle art of winking said Lord Beacons field you hold the key to success in your hands Every ones personality Is made up of trivial tailings and trivial talents YOUtfriendsthose tailings so dear to their possessors Not to see everything Is a rule which will strengthen friendships and help you to get the best results from your fellow workers Ho Is no good said the great Na poleon of one of his officersuDe Is continually looking Into the privates stew pot I want a man who can keep his eye on the ultimate result and Ignore little tailings never mind how aggravating said Nelson And General Gordon once remarked that tho man who lost his temper because a privates boot lace was tied loosely on the day of battle did more to lose the day than all the enemys guns Dr Bulls Cough Syrup cures the most stubborn ccughi cold and lung aflfectloos Eren Incipient consumption hat been successfully cured by this marvelous remedy Sufferer will obtain relief after a few does LIGHTS FOR BIRDS NESTS Some Curious habit Practiced In tlio World of Sonsdom Many birds suspend their nests from the branches of trees one of tho most curious nests of that kind being that of tho baya bird of India It Is hung from tho branch with Its opening at the bottom and hangs like an Inverted bottle secure from the approach of tree snakes and other reptiles The most curious thing about the baya bird Is that It is said to light up its nest by sticking fireflies on its sides with clay or soft mud There seems to be little doubt of the fact Dr Buchanan saysUAt night each of tho habitations is lighted up by a firefly stuck in the top with a piece of clay The nest consists of two rooms Sometimes there aro three or four fire flies and their blaze in the little cells dazzles tho eyes of the bats which of ten destroy tho young of these birds Perhaps other animals are scared off by tho baya birds electric light slnco a writer in Nature records this curious observation I have been informed on sate authority that the Indian bottle bird protects his nest at night by sticking several of these glow beetles around the entrance by means of clay and only a few days back an Intimate friend of my own was watching three rats on a roof rafter of his bungalow When a glow fly lodged very close to them the rats immediately scampered oOur Dumb Animals Are you nervous run down weak and dispirited Take a few doses of IIERBINE It will infuse new energy new life into the exhausted nervee the over worked brain or muscular system and put a new face on life and business Price 50 cents QUARTERLY REPORT OF TilE BANK Of HADIHSBORG Hardinsburg Ky At the close of business on the 3oth day of Decem ber i8g- RESOURCES Loans and dlicounts lets loans to directors 11104067 Overdrafts unsecured 5414 Due from National banks 3813161 flanking house and lot 180000 Other real estate 50738 Other stocks and bonds 3183750 Currency 1613313 Furniture and fixtures 40000 110941469 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In la cash 95000x10 Undivided profits 5354 3 Deposits subject to check Ion whlh Interest Is not paldfSo j8oI Time certificates of deposit on which Interest Is paid 9710115 177859 6 Unpaid dividends 100000 SiOo4t460STAvECounty 01 Dreckenrldge I ss MH Beard Cashier Bank of Ilardlntburg a bank located and doing business In the city of liar dlnbDrgmlaid county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report Is In all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close of business on the 30th day of Dec 1 59 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business ot said bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made In compliance with an official notice received Iron the Secretary of State designating the 3oth dayol Dec 1899 as the day on which such report shall be mad MH BEAD Cashier MOHKIS EsKBIDGI n V BCAXD UMJOUV Directors Subscribed and sworn to before me by M H Beard the and day of Jan 1899 FRANK BOAID N P B C My commission expires with next session Ken tacky Senate Common Sense PuritytCommands Goods of Tho word PURITY is a trademark to all of our toilet goods An immenso line of Soaps Perfumes and a large assortment of toilet articles Everyone gives us tho credit of showing the prettiest and finest line of Combs Brushes Purses Tooth Brushes Paper and other notions pertaining to a firstclass Drug Store JEWELRY Wo excel all others A beautiful stock to mako a selection frdm MOREMEN As POPHXM IRVINQTON KY All of Our Goods Are Choice Wo are preparing to put on sale an immense stock of Winter Wearing Apparel L Reduced Price Our entire stock o- fCLOTHING DRY GOODS BOOTS SHOES HATS and CAPS and Gents Furnishing Goods Will be oflered at a big discount How can you let this sale escape you Come and 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the choi cest extracts of j vegetables arid fruits contains no In2 jurious drugs and Is the best prelscription that can be co mpounded for f trSIckl dispel Colds and Fevers It drlves1lout all Impurities otthe blood 4 makes the complexion clear 1 5- AA 1laxmoneyAn well r as adults For sale by drugglsts at 59C per bottle i J f II For Sale by SHORT HAYNE8 1 CLQVKRPORT KY f 10 5 to L C iI THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7 1900 3t od Salt and none Itndlah Soma people carofor nothing but lemon on raw oysters but there are others who desire horse radish Usual ly such folk regard the strongest horse radish as the best but an experienced Tender of the condiment poohpoohs this point of view Why should the strong horse radish be considered good says ho It bilngs tears to your eyes and lifts the ti youtiever The mild horse radish that which has stood awhile Is the best and pleas antest alwaysF There Is nothing so foolish as to think that the strong biting kind Is the fresh that Is the reason why It Is preferred to the mild sort for the very stalest weakest horse radish can be made In 20 minutes strong enough to i toit time Just take any old horse radish t dump In a spoonful of salt and then notice the difference I dont know why salt should have such a powerful t effect on the stuff but no doubt a chemist could tell you that Philadel r phia Record t One Minute Cough Cure is the best aremedy I ever used for coughs and colds COUJtIIit lame Qontryvllle Ind Never fails It w is the only harmlees remedy that gives P immediate results Cures coughs coldll hoarseness croup pneumonia bronchi tis and all throat and lung troubles Its early use prevents concumphonA R FisherI T+ Tommy speeon playfrnty anything- ommyBut I say Sue why dont you play that piece you spoke to mo i about plece1t one you told met to ask you to play when we had com f pany cause you knew It bettern any 1 of the others I forget the name i Then Tommy was sent to bed Ian sas City Independent rDorato Dominate i Mrs Crowder has been president of r your club a long time Yes none of us could call her to order I so we decided we might as well let + her regulate the rest of usChlcago Record Mrs R Churchill Berlin Vt says Our baby was covered with rnnnlnj sores DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured her A specific for pllfn and skin diseases Beware of worthless counter feltsA R Fisher Mice as Food In Chinn The first thing which strikes the traveler In China upon his entrance In to any of the many cities of the Celes flat empire Is the strings of dried mice which hang from the roofs of the houses suspended by their tails just as sausages are hung In front of butcher shops In France The Chinese hunt these mice with a long sharp pointed knife which they plunge Into the animals throats Then the mice are suspended by the tails un til the blood has dripped out when they are skinned drawn and smoked Another favorite dish with tin Chi nese Is dogs feet The feet of blank dogs are considered more of a delicacy than those of any other color nnd white dogs are rejected as being taste less Dogs fat prepared In a special manner Is looked upon as a repast fit for a king Going to Ded In India Going to bed In India Is a very dif ferent process from going to bed at home To begin with It Is a far less formal process There Is no shutting the door no cutting yourself off from the outer world no going up stairs and finally no getting Into bed YouImerely lie down on your bed I with Its bedding Is so simple as to bo worth describing The bed Is a t frame with webbing laced woodenI I and each trod tins a thin cotton mat tress Over this one sheet Is spread and two pillows go to each bed Thats all Scottish American It Still Worked No she answered coldly I can not marry a man who carries a rabbits i foot for luck For a moment be contemplated her lu Intense silence but only for a moment j Who he exclaimed now can after doubt tldsii I Then he left her forever pausing onI ly to laugh the wild mirthless laugh which was suitable to the occasion Detroit Journal A Peculiar Plnnt There Is a species of plant growing in New South Wales whose showy flowers contain a large proportion of mucilaginous juice of a glossy van nlshllke appearance Chinese ladles use the juice for dyeing their hair and eyebrows In Java the flowers are used for blacking shoes The most ancient dictionary glossary In tnn world Is of the andII language and Is the lexicon of cutshe This first known glossary was compiled more than 1000 years before Christ All the emery In the world comes from the little Island of Naxos near Greece S SS1 S GOES TO THE BOTTOM Promptly Reaches the Seat of all Blood Diseases and Cures the worst Cases euUJdemonBtrates othehbloodetlnato tho case nor what other treatmeat or remedies lava failed 818 lnvolvet1Everyoneblood diseases knows that there nrn nn ally e8ciDtto cart offer such Incontrovertible evidence of merit 8 S 8 is not merely a tonic II thefoundltlonI temporarilyonlyeverytraceMrsTW Lee Montgomery Ala writes Some years ago I was inoculated with poison by a nurse who infected my lube with blood taint I was covered with sores and prayedtoto no purpose Tim mercury and potash which they gave me seemed to add fuel to the awful flame which was devouring me I was advised by friends who had seen wonderful cures made by it B Specific Tim proved from the start the medicine seemed to go direct TwentybottlesSe Se S FOR THE BLOOD is tho only remedy that is guaranteed purely vegetable and contains mercury potash arsenic or any other mineral or chemical It never falls PrfetterValuable books mailed free by Swift Specific Company Atlanta G u n m nn n u n 0000000eo4000100001s000001 + 0400e00r1000000000000060000 0J D RICK ARDSON OP ROBERTS i RICHARDSON t ROBERTS i f Produce Commission Merchants I o 400411 Brook St Louisville Ky iSend us your Butter Eggs Poultry Hay Corn Oats aWheat Hides Fur Wool Calves Potatoes Onions Beans o- o Feathers Dried Fruit etc We guarantee highest market e prices and prompt returns e t ooooooeooeoeeesooooea4oeoeonoseooooeYeoao+ooo+ cccn wwwFVSTORMS j S 1 as n n ft r WHITESCREAMnjnj rFeji20ila rs Has led aU wQriainei ll TFaoxa EIYAxx ZIStiVGte3rxEA7t Lou1Stv=u u u 00 p s odtrlnauciCw u n Q gl tfi flt L 11Zf TfwFX t hh r I I 1i t I I I l I Irnr m UimmVrnii 1 l HII r ii- y m1 f i The undersigned as Administrator of the estate of 4 JOEL CLAYCOMB deceased will on I Friday February 169- a 19001I l loffer at Public Sale on the premises near Irvington 11 f I the following V described property I t vA 1 ftr ONE BINDER it 1 t A LOT OF PLOWS s l t 1 FOUR HEAD OF HORSES i l SEVERAL HEAD OF CATTLE1 t A LOT OF HOGS and other property Terms All bums over 5 on a credit of 9 months I sums under 5 cash in hand t 1 I t III A1 Rif I Sale to begin at10 o clock aem I J 4 f i I j 1 d J ei VOtml I it GabbageI r I t Admistrator it m 4 L Li ggMjimjMt B i m +l+ t++4 + l +f + V MMI B ii MvMI K MM MMBH B HIM M BB Wli BM Up the Chimney t i And down into the ash pan goes a very large part of i the Coal that you try to burn because it is cheap You 1 I have to force your drafts and the Coal goes up the chim I ney or you poke the fire until the Coal goes into theIash pan then you sift your ashes and try to save someI I I thing in that but it is hard and I I- y We have noiI f 6 CHEAP COALjj I III We have a quarter ofa century old reputation for sell I Iingthe best Coal in Henderson and adjoiningrII I countIesI4 I JJ The Baskett Coal i I I I t I I quaIIi ii- II t i1 Excellence l J is the pleasing I II about our Coal I I I I jI b All information furnished by writing to theIII I CompanyI ai t i I 99- I I I S SX1Jr ZYIII l JOO rnl 8 OO LHtII I I dtll f 0 I I I Picking Up Gold Dollars ON E3E SrJEEEJJ I I I We are taking 15 per cent off of everything we arefI I selling You know that our prices without doing that I ftlI I j II have always been the lowest taking the goodness into 1 Iml j consideration Yes you do Well we are doing itII I I 15 i I KY I J 1 OO E ffimr 1i L 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mqquicklytonstrlcllytunadenuaalIlutdhookonlatent4 Patents taken through llano iCorooftiT epetWlddtkwttbou oheraolnes Sckntiffc Bfiericatt tmextrheculattonoftWl4bya11pnewsdealerR1UsO 1 r I i t lInD ta ro litWaablDtOl1 1 p a r 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7 1900 4 5r r r 1t t BRECKEKRIDGE NEWS JM D fc T 0 Bibbige Edlton sad Ficcrlitti CARDS OP TUAKKS TcrlT lIiu charged Ira the rated 10 eeata per Hie 6U1TDAKIE3 tkarjtd fir at tile rue of II reap frlliMOSEY IS ADVANCE GOEBELS DEATH Goobala life as a politician has claim ed thu attention of the peoolo in this state and others for many months and his death with its incalculable results will fill many pages of Kentucky history Erery law abiding citizen of the state be he Republics or Democrat deplores the untimely end of this trader of men and denounces the work of the cowardly assassin who struck hint down It ia customary to scatter TOMB ou the graves of the dead and to laud to the skive the virtues of the depurtea wheth er deserved or not Vfv however do not mean to follow in the footatojw of these postmortem flatterers when we say that unwise as we contider his poli cy to have been and corrupting ae were his political method we can but admire his ambitious spirit his tenacity of pur pose and his invincible courage lie was a born l11luler and well did he marshal his forces He made his plans and worked up to them never swerving and never faltering and never was the Irony of fate more pathetically expressed than in the death of title grim and fearless man when as he thought his ambition was gratified and he was declared Gov ernor of Kentucky Never havo the conditions In politics been so confused as now We are living under the rulo of two parties we are growing accustomad to the thought of martial law and the minds of passionate people are wrought upon to such an extent that men in high places are not safe from the bullets of frenzied regulators And now the universal cry Is How will It all end No Unite mind can an swer but may we not prophecy that as things eeem td have reached a climax the reaction will take place and the streams of peace that have been turbid and unsettled so long will again become clear and smooth and flow happily on to the ultimate uplifting of the moral status of our commonwealth aud tho betterment of our people CONGRESSMAN Dave Smith of the Fourth district has Introduced a bill in Congress appropriating 75000 for the purpose of putting a public building at Elzabethtown We are aware that the above city is the county seat of Hardin county and the birth place of Congressman Smith However there are a number of towns much larger in population than the above one men tioned Would not it be a capital idea to distribute this amount among the other towns where public buildings are just as badly needed EVERY reader of the Youths Compan ion is familiar with the name Perry Ma son Co but few even of the best post ed people had ever heard until his death of the real founder and owner of that world famous periodical Daniel 8 Ford For forty years Mr Ford devoted his en tire time and thought to the publication of the Youths Companion which today stands as a worthy monument to his memory During his life he amassed a fortune of 2500000 most of which goes to the religious and charitable objects to which he was devoted throughout his life TUB Good loads movement is making slow but steady progress The govern ment is certainly doing its part in send ing out road builders and establishing a bureau for its benefit Now let others take an Interest and help this good work up Good country roads next to rail roads will benefit a community more than any other one enterprise WK have a card from the Wilmor At kinson Co of Philadelphia the pub ushers of the Farm Journal saying that they will send to our subscribers sample copies of this valuable paper free for in spection Read these copies carefully pay up for the NEWS one year and get the Farm Journal four years free of charge Mns G A FOOTE of Irvington has written an article on Black Langahan fowls which deserves to be read by every one It was written for the Farmers Home Journal In a prize contest and was awarded the prize and published In that paper A MAN worships a hero for what he has done a woman worships a hero for what she believes he may do TUB Lawton Fund up to date is 07 302 A NOTICE To the Temperance People of Breck enridge County There will be a meeting at Hardina burg Monday Feby 12th of the com mittee appointed by the Oloverport W 0 T U to consider the question of tak ing a vote on Local Option in the county All the people interested in this movement are earnestly requested to meet with the committee Thia meeting will be held at the Baptist church and the ladies are especially requested to be present HARDINSBURG Circuit Court begins next Monday J A Witt and 0 L Pate are etll1 quite ill Mr Goebels battle with death was the only battle he ever lost Mrs Owen Cunningham spent a few days last week in Louisville Irwin Payne of flamed has returned from an extended trip to Texas P M Beard went to Louisville lost Thursday and returned Friday evening There Is a light docket for Circuit Court which begins hero next Monday- L 0 Payne has just returned from a thriid weeks trip to San Antonio Texas The death of William Goebel was unlverslaljy deplored by the Democrats here Mr Biker of the Green Flag store announces that he will leave here on the 20th The infant child of George Johneon which died in Louisville last week was buried here In the Catholic cemetery last Sunday John It Norton who lives near West View lost his dwelling house ono day last week by five Parties attending court next week can find a WK lunch always ready at the Eclipse Grocery Rev Jackson Brent will preach at the Antioch church the third Sunday In the month at lla m Mrs Emiline Board one of the aged ladles of tho town Is quite ill at Mr Coleman Ilaawella residence Prof Maple Miss Ella Robertson and Miss Moorman of Cloverport wero here last Saturday Last Tuesday was a typical groundhog day indicating six more weeks ol unsettled weather Jesse Whitworth the railroad agent here reports that his office did more business for the month of January than It has for sometime past Samuel Bland who has been ill for some time died at his home near Kirk last Saturday evening Ho was burled here in the Catholic cemetery last Sun dayThe Clovorport women are expected up again next week when the election contest is called Several distinguished attorneys aro expected to take a hand in the debate Sheriff Burton has been quite ill at his room at the Hardlnebure hotel for the past week He came home from Frankfort ill and has not been able to get out since Parties who desire to renew their subscription will find the NEWS man on hand during Circuit Court Remember that for 25 cehts extra you can get the semi weekly CourierJournal- Charles B Miller sold his farm near this place last week to W H Foreman of Ohio county for 1200 Mr Miller has since bought his fathers old place on the Stephensport road Hook Miller Companys big flour ing mill was shut down several days last week on account of a defect in some of the machinery They will be able to fill all orders in a few days New canned goods just received at the Eclipse Grocery canned pumpkin raspberries cherries gooeoberritsblack berries asparagus tips strawberries California cling peaches and fresh prunesMr Irwin the General Passenger Agent of the Henderson route was here one day last week getting acquainted with our business men and looking after the interest of his road He was visit- Ing a number of stations on the branch Representative John P Haswell Jr was hers last Friday from Frankfort He only remained a short time return ing on the early morning train Mr Uaswell expressed deep regret at the assassination of Mr Goebel and said he hoped tho trouble over the governorship would soon reach a peaceful solution When naked if ho would follow Gov Taylor to London Ky he said he would if the other Republican mem hers did so Hows This I We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 Wethe undersigned have known FJ Cheney for the last fifteen years and be- lIeve him perfectly honorable in all bus inns transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firmWest Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole do 0 j Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 76c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free halls Family Pills are the best Located at Lewlsport Mr Mat Coomba and family former residents of Cannelton are now located at Lewisport Mr Coomba takes the management of a large chair factory being established there When pain or irritation exists on any part of the body the application of BAL LARDS SNOW LINIMENT will give prompt relief Price 25 and 60 cents BRANDENBURG Henry Nevitt has been quite sick but is much better So many have colds lagrlppe and who plngcou h but no serious sickness Mr J Babbnge the popular and well known editor of the News was in town labt Saturday lOAn old Kentucky Barbecue Is the latest twostep and the btst ragtime I ever heard Get it Misses Baker Ilcaton and Hook of Hardinsburg spent last Sunday with Mr Ben Hook at Mrs Mcutiren Last Sunday was very unpleasantna to weather Brother Litchfield preached but I did not get outou account of a se yore col- dBornto the wife of our clever post master Chas E Bryant Feb 3rd a daughter MuydeoPueey Bryant Con gratulatioug Miss Mary Taylor has the music clasa at Kentucky College Pewee Valley Mary is to be congratulated on securing to flue a posittou Society has taken a fresh impetus and the young ladies will meet with Miss Maydee Pussy this week to form u club for games to meet every Tuesday alttr noon as the reading club meets Iliure day Miss Susie Elder has closed her school at Sandy Hill where she taught very successfully Miss Nauuie Couley received first prize for making the great est improvomemt in writing We are all glad to haye Susie back asa pupil in our town Miss L ydla Clarkson of Big Spring into be maid of honor at the Banard Bardwell wedding I had the pleasure of meeting Miss Binard two years ago at Mrs Ben Clarksons She is an un usually pretty and attractive young woman to whom congratulations are ex tended Miss Susie Elders Echool at Sandy Hill has closed She speaks in a glowing manner of her pupils and patrons Nan nie Cowley received the medal for uiak lug the gientttt improvement writing Maggie Cowley ranked second John Young third Ed It Burch MIss Mina Price and I were the judges Nine pupils wore successful in the ex amination of common school branches held here January 2520 The examina tion Mr Aahcrafttella me waaunusual ly hard Miss Bovie Cain won the prlza Websters International Dictionary Miss Ada Bandy came next in general average 85 per cent Miss Cain 85 MO Commencement in March Mr Aahcraft pays quite a compliment to young ladles in requesting them to sing or play at the Teachers Association and I must say that our young ladles and girls are unusually obliging So all of you get ready for the coming March commencement and April association Mr Aahcraft has ask me to arrange the musical programs Mrs Mollie D Carrico of Mayfield Is here for her usual between seasons holi day She Is with her sisters Mrs Thos Hamilton and Miss Barbara Shacklett Mrs Carrico Is a remarkably bright in telligent woman She Is elegantly polite without being on a pinnacle of good manners for any particular occasion To her I am indebted forseveral good books as she is a book lover herself Mr Burton and Mr W D Ashcraft aro Democrats but opposed to the Cblnn Book law Good for Democrats who dont have to wear a yokel Mr Bur ton put It as a resolution before the Association last Saturday that as a body it was opposed to the hill Yes Legisla tors quoting Mr Burton tear to pieces awe and give us substitutes as good Yes the Meade county children want as rood books as any children in the worldSorrow and its Solace from the pen of Chas R Anderson of Guston in last issue touched a responsive chord in the heart of any parent who has given up a fondly loved child To find the little shoe to see the toys the little garments to miss his prattle his love and affection and to know we are to go through life deprived of such clinging atTection seems as much as the human heart can boar And yet there can come deeper and more bitter trials but only those who have waded the darker waters know and realize that there is a deeper sorrow Mr W D Ashcraft our Meade county School Superintendent for the last six years has announced himself as a can didate for county clerk for the unexpired term The name of W D Aahcraft makes the public Identify him with Democracy morality intelligence and educational interests He has done more than any Superintendent Meade county ever had to elevate her schools and cause the teachers to be more aspir ing and zealous in the cause as the Meade Messenger quoted Mr Aehcraft has no dark spota in his social or politi cal life Should the people see fit to confer nponhim the office for which he asks we can tafely predict that he will fill it with honor to himself and county as he has all other trusts imposed upon himThe Reading Club met with me last Thursday and the following program waa arranged for Thursday afternoon Feb 8th when Misses Lula and Minnie Bland will entertain the clnb Life of George Eliot and the effect of her writings on literature by Mfsa Mary Lewis Haw G00H Iftt- l 1 Blood j1 Your heart beats over one hundred thousand times each day One hundred thousand supplies of good or bad blood to your brain Which is It If bad Impure blood then your brain aches You are troubled with drowsiness yet cannot sleep You are as tired In the morning as at night You hnvo no nerve power Your food does you but little good Stimulants tonics headache powders cannot cure you but will It makes the liver kidneys skin and bowels perform their proper work It removes all im purities from the blood And It makes the blood rich in its life giving properties To Hasten Rooovsry You will be more rapidly cured If you will take a laxative dose of Ayers pills each night They arouse the sluggish liver and thus cure biliousness Writ to our DvelofWe lure the xeluilre icrrleei of leme of tho most eminent phjilclaai In the United Butei Writ Jigctly ftU the ptitlaaUit In your cutAdditK DB J 0 ATEIl- Lowtll MJU3 thornes Life His most salient features and the most interesting details in con densed form by Miss Maydee Pnsey Mozart as musical and man by Mies Ma bel Hardin Vocal duet Misses Lula and Minnie Bland Literary features that appeal to various enthusiasts by Miss Bess Lewis What Woman has done in the literary field lu the last quarter of this century by Miss Frances Phillips Instrumental Solo by Miss Lena Nevltt The club elected me off its President The roll will be called when half of the young ladies will respond in quotations from English authors and the others with quotations from American authors Hours from 230to 430 Refreshments limited to three kinds served Immediately after the program is concluded New memberswill be cordially welcomed I was nearly dead with dyspepsia tried doctors visited mineral springs and grew worse I need Kodol Dyspep ala Cure That cured me It digests what you eat Cures indigestion sour stomach heartburn and all forms of dy spepsia A R Fisher BALLTOWN lilies Ida Frank returned Saturday from Holt where she bas been spending a week with Miss Pearl Fella Messrs Owen Whitehouse and Benedict Beavin intend to m West in the near future Larkin Gibson Cloverport was out Saturday branding ties which have been made on the tract of timber they pur chased from James Keenan The musical entertainment given by Miss Nola Furrow Saturday night was largely attended and enjoyed by all presentRev Richards pastor of tho Pisgah church requests that each and every member of that church be present atthe next regular church meeting Saturday Feb 10th at 10 oclock am The business Is important The Beechfork Telephone company met Saturday at this place and transacted some business Resolutions have been adopted taking effect January Ctlt 1000 to charge 15o for every message sent over the wire by those not holding a talking right 5c of this goes to the company and lOc to the box holders There was intense excitement here over the shooting and death of Senator Goebel Anxious listeners crowded around the telephone boxes a great many doubting the report It is yet a mystery unsolved why the people and politicana of Kentucky will endorse ouch degradations aa trays been in exist ence for the past three months Great opportunity offered to good re liable men Salary of 15 per week and expenses for man with rig to introduce our Poultry Mixture and Insect Destroy er in the country Send stamp Ameri can Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind Elder Seaton The engagement of Mr Felix A Elder and Miss Alice Beaton both of this place was announced at this St Rose Catholic church several days ago The date of the marriage has not Ijeen announced as yet ROCK LICK Weather is Very cold at present James Wheatley went to Kirk Tues day Hon lJ R Murray was hone last week I W L Wheatley went to Glendeane SaturdayMrs L Bowman is very ill with pneumoniaJohn ia thinking of going to Henderson soon John Aekiu killed five hogs that weighed 1300 Ibs John Beavin went to Hardincburg Sat urday on business J A Wheatley attended church at Hnrdlnsburg Sunday Wm Morton is Buffering very much from a dislocated shoulder Tho Moorman sold a fiiio lot of hugs to J T F Owen lost week Isaac Lewis of Long Lick spent Sunday with Miss Gertrude Jarboe Mien Maggie Beavlu was tho Ruest of Miss Frankie Wncatley Friday night Eli Beaviu was the guest of Henry Wheatley Saturday night and Sunday Miss Maggie Benvln spent last week with friends and relatives in Cloverport Several of our young folks spent Sun day evening with Misses Mary and Clara Beayiu e The music party at Mr John Aeklnb WilD well attended by the young people of this vicinity Misses Gertrude Jarboe and Mary Beavin spent a pleasant evening with Miss Annie Beavin Friday Miss Fi ankle Wheatloy and brother Ivo visited their aunt Mrs Fannie Mat tingly of Long Lick last Wednesday and Thursday The school at this place closed last Friday with a large attendance The teacher Miss Arrle Robertson has given general satisfaction There is prdbably no disease or con dillon of tho human system that causes more suffering and distress than pllee TABLERS BUOKEYE PILE OINT MENT cures them quickly without pain or detention from business Price CO cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents NORTONS VALLEY Miss Lucy Haynes ia visiting Mrs Pates Haynes Mrs Ida Knott and daughter were the guests of her mother last week Miss Nellie Robbins spent Saturday night with Miss Minnie Haynes Messrs Charles and Berry Norton Dan and Preston Haynes were the guests of Miss Gertrude Brown last week Miss Annie E Gunning Tyre Mich says 101 suffered a long time with dye spepsia j lost flesh and became very weak Kodol Dyspepsia Cure complete ly cured mo It digests what you eat and cures all forms of stomach troubles It never fails to give immediate relief in the worse causeA R Fishe- rBATTLETOWN Success to the NEWS Miss Lillie Bogard is quite indisposed at this writing Mrs Alex Pipes iajust recovering from a severe attack of Pneumonia Misses Belle Haynes and Mattie Ben net spent Thursday night with the Miss es Blake Rev J B Haynea and family spent Wednesday night with Chas Bennett and family Miss Effie Haynes spent last week with her brother Mr Edward Haynes at PaynesvilleJ who for some time has suffered from bronchial trouble Is somewhat improved at the present writing School closed at Cold Spring last Fri day Mr Aehcraft having taught a very successful term A large crowd attend ed Rev J B Haynes and family have moved to the vicinity near Paynesville We consider their absence a great loss to society here Mrs Minnie Stites one of onr charm ing widows was married last Tuesday to Mr Swink of Breckenridge county Rev J B Haynes officiating We ex tend congratulations Rey J B Haynes seriously cut his foot a few days ago while tasking ties but is able to walk about again Mr Thos Haynes a brother of the former met with the same accident a day or SO laterThe death of Gabe Board one of Mil ana most accomplished young men was very sad It la Gods will that the dear eat of friends must sometime part but tis sad and heartbreaking to give up who ia Just in the pnme of life lone readers of the NEWS Mr and Mrs Samuel Bennett of this place beg leave to deny the report that has pone to their many friends and relatives in Breckenridge county that they have separated I can also testify that it la false UM Dr Bills Cough Syrup at once tot broochiUi and ftlfp It bu stood the tut and II poeltylr a reUable remedy Lila la too ahor- tUllIperlmut with sew socalled tare carer Balls Strop coiU but tj ants NO Idle Talk when claim to sell JACKETS AND CAPES IBELOWCOSTt andg p El e THE FAIR IONE PRIGEPHONE 10 STOREIJ4 1 P l1frln Ih1 m1h1W l1nnW1 III lI t1w tili lIW tW iII v I Seeing is r Believing I IHfl i SEWING MACHINES FURNITURE FOLDING BEDS IRON BEDS i INDIAN STOOLS iiAnd other novelties are worth coming to see at Vests old 44- Y stand M HAMMAN SON g MVk McLOTHLAN s GGrj r Irvington Ky Sewingd Machines r x Poultry Netting makes the best and cheapest Chicken Fence in the world We keep It In all heights tW 1 r I f 1f Tt Heavy smooth Fencing Wire rJbrG 4J fj 1 Barbed Wire H fli J Itt Little Giant Seed Sower saves time r iti1 i money and seed the best on the market j 7 Paintsfull line of mixed paints Also J 1 i Oils and Lead in the raw j Anew line of ANTIRUST TINi 1 WARE Guaranteed never rust V This is our hobby 1k j iF- 1The J F r goods are all righty Library Books Any member of ther Lawrence Library who has in his possession more one book ia requested to bring them to Moorman Owens drag store we G F to than New Quarter J t The A O U W lodge Puieaed + the seeoad floor over W H BewWKV store They are makiBg bssmtlfci 1eipe tr J room qawtera of it- Aa s c J r r 1 rr rqI t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7 1900 5Sd 5 A Strong Fortification Fortify the body against disease 4by Tutts Liver Pills an absolute i cure for sickheadache dyspepsia sour stomachmalaria SI constipation jjaundice bilious ness and all kindred troubles The FlyWheel of Life HsfcJTutt Your Liver Pills are thefflywheel oflife I shallever be grateful for the accident that broughtthem to my notice I feel c as if I had a new lease of life lFairleighJ Platte Cannon Cd I Tutts Liver Pills p d h m BRECKENRIDGE NEWS h U lttt 4SThe News in Brief If 444 4444 Clover seed at Veals Herds grass seed at Vests Grass mailings at Sugars Canned beelo at Sulzoro ShoesI ShoesIII SlioeI11 1 1 Vests Prof W B Maple and Misses Mary Moorman and Ella Robertson spent Sat urday at Hardlnsburg Marlon McGavock was lu town Satur day Jfscomplete line of groceries at Sul eAy 600 pairs of pants at Vests at half price 4 Zack Hardin of Holt was In town Saturday The best line of shoes can be seen at Bulzere M W Mitchell was in Hawesville last week A new line of embroideries and laces at Stfzers Have you tried Postnm Cereal for sale at Sulzer- et S T May of Hardlnsbnrg has moved to Lewisport Rev T V JOIner preached at Holta Ohapel Sunday- JFriday was ground hog day Did he see his shadow Buy now while you can save 50 per cent Vests VestsI Vests I11I Vests I111I I We save you one half- HawtBvllle has a public reading room ifJJfor the young men Ur A 0 Atwood of Hardlnsburg has moved to Lewlspoit A bill lot of hardware at greatly re- duced1If prices at Sulzers 0 You can secure anything in the notion XsfT line you want at Sulzer- sj t Mr John Phelon has recovered from j his attacked of illness J Free salvation is no more There baa been a trust formed on Bibles Read the advertisement of Sulzera 1 that appears in this issue Buy a new pair of pants now and get l5 them at half price Vests Ii t Charles McClarty the first man to turn i a double somersault is dead Lrt Miss Ella Robertson is boarding with Mrs R E Moorman on tho Hill- Miss Bettie Prinnell of Stephenspott jSis vlsitinu relatives atToblnsport Ei English came up from Lewisport to spend Sunday with hm parents I Dr A A Simmons left Saturday for Louisville to see Sir Henry Irving SI IAaron Dowell and George Jolly of Hardlnsbnrg were in town Monday C The Ladles Aid and Missionary Society ifmet at the Methodist Church Monday afternoonSfev Miss Delia Batt spent Sunday at Can Helton the guest of her mother Mrs t StaUra Batt Mrs Keolleion who has ben visiting Mrs J H Stiles has returned to her tt home in Nashville iij J D Babbago Jr was the guest of his cousin DavidI Ditto at Long Branch I SaurdayandSundayS 1 e Mr W M Barkley of Stephensporta- nk an enterprising farmer of that section- was in town SaturdaySr The Investment of a few thousand j dollars in an ice plant in this city would I II I yield good dividends to the investor l t Would be robbers attempted to burg f j Jlarise the Hartford postoffice last Thurs day night but were frightened away l 1t Mrs George Short and Mrs R E- iW iMoorman spent Saturday at Addison the guests of Mrs James G Stephens Ii While a magistrates court was in seM- I tSlon at Cripple Creek it took 27 witness M to decide the ownership of a pup 1 11ti The United States poet office officials have under preparation a new pfan for sale of stamps They are to be fla book form 1 1jl1The Ohio Valley Telephone and Tale pk eoBopany have issued new lists i their patrons of this city and Hardins OareoB Weir whohas been holding a 1 1Ii v MM in the Naws office left Thursday for 0 J QW Mr Weir fa In bid health wid IOM there to iiII r C c 1 raeuprateSS Lettuce and Kaleat Slppels SIppels for everything good to eat Fine mackerel the very best at Sip pals W H Bowmer went to Loultyllle TuesdayHam Baker of Owensboro was in town Tuesday Mrs George Wilson is seriously ill of intermittent fever Mr J1I Stiles has been on tho sick list for several daye Mrs Amanda Graham who has been quTteJHIi is slowly improving t Jaoiea Tinius and Taylor Baaham of Holt were in town yesterday Read thu ad of Julius Sippel possibly you may find something you want Mrs A C Hunter of Sample was in tho city last Saturday the guest of her daughter Mra Eugenu Hayms- H F Vhitworth of Waltman visited iris prente Mr and Mrs Thee hell near Wuet View last week Mr Norman Whitehead of Header son waa in town Monday tho guest of his brother Edward WhitohcaJ Rev Z Fcrroll of Hawesville began a eeiiea of meetings at Tuckers echool house near Stephensport Tuesday There was a large crowd at the Catho lie church Monday night to hear Father Drury ou Temperance as a Christian virtueThere will be a supper given nt the home of Mr Fladgo Carter Thursday night for the benefit of the Catholic churchV Burton sheriff of Breckenrldgo county is seriously 111 at the Harris Hotel in Hardinsburg Ho is aflllcted with stomach trouble Mrs J M Fitch and Mre Gideon French spent a very enjoyable day at Holt Sunday the gaestu of their old friend Mrs Walker Board The house of Nelson Coleman was burned at Hartford last Wednesday Ills wife was alone and burned to death in the flames Mr Coleman is over 70 years and his wife was about the same agoJames Barnett Fisher went to Louis yule Monday to take in the engagement of Sir Henry Irving at Macauleys James ia quite familiar with all theatrical doings and never lets a good play escape Mia Carrie Graham who has been visiting relatives in Louisville returned home Saturday on account of the illness of her mother She was accompanied by her nephew Master Harold Gregory To Cure a Cough stop coughing as it irritates the lungs and give them a chance to heal Foley Honey and Tar cures without causing a strain in throwing off the phlegm like common cough expectorants Moorman Owen LuG SPRING Bob McGuffin was here last week 0 0 Martin went to Custer Sunday H Meyer went to Louisville Sunday John Morris went to Louisville Sun dayGuff Tabor was in Louisville last weekMiss Hortense Miller is visiting relatives at 511thton Andrew Carricos school will close next Thursday Mica Maud Doran will leave for Louisville Tuesday to visit relatives Miss Lady Olarkson is visiting her aunt Mrs Brashear at Owensboro Sidney Hall of Constantine was the guest of Charles Moorman Saturday Clay Moorman filled Bro Hines appointment at Rosetta Saturday and Sun dayBen Clarkson returned from Holt last Tuesday with 50 head of cattle and some bogsSRev Hines held quarterly meeting at Custer Saturday and Sunday for Bro Campbell Jess Olarkson who is feeding 400 head of cattle began shipping some of them last Saturday Gabe Meador came down from Louisville last Sunday and remained a few days with his parents Mrs B S Clarkson and son will go to Louisville Tuesday to attend the Bar nardBardwell wedding the Cth Alex Wilkerson has moved his marble shop here Any one needing a tomb stone will do well to call on him Mrs T J Stith who was stricken with paralysis on her right side last week has partialy recovered and iis im proving slowly Save doctors bills by giving Foleys Honey and Tar to Infants and children In time to prevent pneumonia or croup which are fatal to so many thousands of babies Moorman Owen- Coal Land Purchased Messrs Shallcross and Clark of Can nelton have purchased the Dr Bates farm near Falcon There Is a good vein of coal under the soil and Immedi ate ntepa will be taken to open It J B Clark Peoria HI says Bar goons wanted to operate on me for piles but I cured them with DeWitts Witch Basel Salve It Is Infallible for plies anfl skin disease Beware of counter felt0AB Fisher The above I a n true llkonfim of Mr Allen M Kitigburyhad shoo ealcenun at Puz ro store who to tthe surprise of inn many frIends lisa taken unto himself a cute Ho end Miss Daisy Wheeler In com pany with euveral friends and Rev T V Joiner pastor of the Elm St M E church boarded tho five oclock parson ger train Thursday afternoon for Stephonsport At 8 oclock the solemn rite of matri mony was performed by Rv T V Joiner In the parlors of the Smith Hotel Immediately after the ceremony the groom and bride nnJ attendants partook of an elenart supper whlcu was PrePay ed by Mrs Roland Smith Ti e groom is an efficient trustworthy and rising young man of this city white the bride Is a handsome refined and a deserving young woman and Is well known throughout the upper per I floes of thin county Mrand MraKingsbnrg returned homo Monday after a pleasant visit to the brides relatives near Union Star and will live with Mr and Mrs Eugene Kingsbury in the lower end of town The NEWS extends congratulations to the young couple DIPLOMAS AWARDED To two of Stephensports Most Attractive Young Girls Misses Zalma Lay and Cora Best two of Stephensports sweetest girls of the younger set took the graduating exami nation at Hardlnsburg last week On receiving their reports they found that their general averages are 891 for Miss Lay 881 for Miss Best which entitles them both to a diploma Of course they are much pleased in consequence and their many friends congratulate themProfessor Edd Robinson their last instructor deserves great credit for his untiring efforts for the advancement of his pupils His great talent as an in structor together with his liberal educa tional qualifications and his flue manner of demonstrating to his pupils will always insure success to them if their energy is what it should be We hope for him a successful field of labor where ever his lot is cast and we much regret to give him up Stephensport Ky ip9 e 9393e 9 999 Uts EasyI i To Takcin w- R Y Thin pale anazmic girls Imneed a fatty food to enrich m their blood give color to 1- mm their checks and restore their m health and strength It is m safe to say that they nearly I g all reject fat with their food II SCGgjj11s0ipC- OD 1t LIVER OILWITH lYPOPHOSPHITES 0 LINE 6tSOM is exactly what they require I it not only gives them the im 1 portant element codliver in a palatable and easily oilII gested form butalso the i phosphites whch are so valua I ble in nervous disorders that j j I usually accompany an mia j SCOTTS EMULSION Is a fatty food that is more easily j j digested than ahy other form j of fat A certain amount of flesh is necessary for health j j You can get it in this way j j We have known per sons to gain a pound a day while taking ittsec sad zoo all dnaSCOTT a BOWNE Ournkti NewYork1 i H c The City Council The City Council met in regular monthly session Monday night at the City Hall All members of the Council were pre sent with the exception of J 6 Harris and R N Hudson Mayor Barry called tho body to order Clerk Tousey read the minutes of last meeting which were approved Two or dinances were read and adopted by the council The disposition of claims and ccccnnta was taken up by the clerk and all allowed The following resolutions were read on the ctfCEinalion of Gov Goebel and approved and ordered to be spread on the minutes alto thtt they be given to to the DRECKENIUEGK NMVS and Courier Journal for publication IKtClUTIONS CM DIA1II OP Got BE- LWiuniAi Certain newiptpcrt of the State ol Kentucky and particularly tome of the city of Icuiiville together with the proftMionvl office hunters haw through the pent eight months kcat t red brcadcatt throughout the Stale urtlclfi and xechM tilled with the vilest political rot and the mon Incendiary speeches and anarchlitlc threats lhatit has ever Been the misfortune cf the people of our Commonwealth to read anti listen to And UniHEAS Aa a result of such conduct our chi tins have become 90 aicuteii and frenzied that the present disgusting state rlalfalrstxittsatour State Capital and br ngi Into disrepute the very name of Kentucky And VuaREAa Such conduct and state of allaln los resulted in the cowardly assassination of an honor able and worthy citizen ol the Ccmmonwealth Now be it- Kesolvid by the City Council of the City 01I Cloverport Kentucky That we condemn In un speakable terms the course rl such newspapers end their utterance the inrindury speeches of the politicians the existing lawlessness at our seat of iovernment and last but with deeper feelirc the auallinalion of Governor firenel lie it further tnorGcebelmost eminent citizen and the Democratic party a wise and Illustrious leader anti one worthy the name ol statesman and Kentuckian Further Itcsclved That we deplore the untimely and violent death of our matchless leader Gov Vm Goebel by the treacherous hand of a hIddea assassin and extend our sincere sympathy to his be rtaverl family May the murderous guilty cul pills be apprehended and given the extreme penalty oftbe law- nraohed further That these realutions be spread upon the minutes of the Council and that one copy be furnished the Courierlournal and one to the IIRICKENKIDOK News lor publication A UAHKV IayorINO MATTINGLY Attest So 11 MCCRACKEN Committee KyFebruaryGLENDEANE Jess Moorman was at homo Saturday and Sunday Mrs Tom Woosley of McDanlels entered school Monday Eddie Moorman is at home and cordial is his welcome Miss May Dempster was In the coun try at Jesso Moormans Sunday Bill Bozarth has moved here from Owensboro whore ho went last fall Miss Daisy Sklllman of West View Is visiting her sister Mrs Ey Cooper Miss Allle Jones was the guest of the Misses Green Saturday and Sunday Joe Bolen has returned to Cannelton Ind and will not be with the bridge crew any mure Mrs Joe Howfrd and little son of Rock Valo were at Dr Dempsters SundayHenry Rankins and Mica Viola Bur nett were married here last week The Rev A L Osborne officiated Miss Hallio Moorman and her cousin Miss Delia Moorman were visitors at W R Moormans Saturday night and Sunday Eii And friends if your items are left out or lost the correspondent hates it no lees than you do All news is equally wanted and sought The colored folks have organized a nourishing Sundayschool at their schoolhouse Henry Loyd Is superin tendent and Bill DeJornette is assistant uuperlntendent Theta is a full corps of teachers and much interest Mt PIa gab Sundayschool the name given to it The RevJ MrJThompson of Fords vllle preached two very excellent sermons at Utopia Hall Sunday All who heard him will welcome him when he comes again Utopia was never so flourishing as now Vacant seats and idle pupils are unknown in the principals department since the influx of new students Quan tity and quality good but give him quality every time Seats will be pro vided for others yet to come I have on hands and bought at a dis count one thousand dollars worth of groceries to be shipped here at once which will be closed out for cash or produce at cost As my health is bad and I am not able to attend to business in the spring months I will retire until fall Call and get my prices Respty J H BROWN The aboye is a representation of Carl LIndatrom the worlds wonder comet player who will appear in this city Mon day Feby 12th assisted by Mr S F Krebs claronetjplayor They will ap pear under the auspices of the W C T U musical which will take place on the above date at the Elm StM E church Noionelshould alas this entertalnmint M extensive preparations are being made to BUke the evente one of enjoyment and mirth I Il J1 1 LWANTSJAdvertisements rirate of one cent a word each insertion FOR SALE IF ffi IF OK SALE A pair ol GostsNannleI and I I pairII JltSAIROne twohone threeInch Old I Hickory Walton ood a nw cheapM II I ItEAIID IiOII blackjatkifor I sonable Cash or Rood note Ccme and see address J C STEPHKNS Addison Ky I FOR SALE LrII IT 581acelber Alto diebait jntereit In the stnrc house occupied by Mr 11ft well fCloverportVI J C MATT1NULY If Administrators TO LET OUT COXTKACT v IA IF ID ANTED TII let out contract lor IOK11811 sawing and hauling the product of two hundred acres ol virgin loiest In Itancoc ceunty Ky Lumber to be hauled 8 miles to Ohio tier Work to commence at onre and pushed Apply to CARY V MAK1ILK Owens bore Ky SETTLE ITSAVE COST Lt those Indebted to J A K A Witt williplease come forward and sttile and save budneslJLEOAL DUSKS Oil SAI1ltlsnk Deeds and istortgsgea and All Forma of Leral Blank BuTjCKEN IIUDGIt NRWs OFFICltIOil SALE Certificate in Bryant Stratton Iluilnests Cohere LouIsville Ky Annlv to llllItCKENKIDCIi NBWS OFFICE n Ordinance No 32 An Act to Enforce Vaccination ITliE CITY COUNCIL OF TILE CITY OF Cluverporr Kentucky do ordain SECI That all persons of the age of twenty one years and over who have net been vaccinated or vaccinated not successfully shall within one month after the Mayor shall at any lime Issue hi procl1 ation requiring the same to be done pro cure their own vacc nation or revaccination ai the case may be personshavingchildren or who may have In their employ any minor or minors shall have the same vaccinated mayhaveherealtar shall have said child vaccinated within twelve months alter its buth or after it comet under his or her care custody or control SEC 3 All persons coming Into the City of Clo verport to abide or become cftheni who have not beta Miccesifully vaccinated or who have child ren under their care custody or control who have net been succcislully vaccinated shall procure the vaccination ol themselves and said children within citySicmentioned In the three foregoing sections who art required 10 have themselves and those under their care custo dy or control successfully vaccinated or revacci nated as the case may be shall be lined not less than one nor more than twenty fl e dollars for every failure to comply with the requirements Im posed upon them In the respective sections Sic 5 That alter the Mayor shall issue his proclamation as set cut in section one ol this act it shall be the duty of the City Physician to vaccinate or revaccinate all Indigent persons In the city who have not been successfully vaccinated and who are not able to procure vaccInation Sic 6 For the failure of any who are not able to procure vaccination for hlmielfor those under his care custody or control to have wild physician precedlog nor more thsn twentyfive dollars tbeforelolnlmatter Sic 8 The City Physician shall furnish to the Council of the City of CIcverpcrt a true list under oath of the indigent persons vaccinated by him with the charge thereof which sball not exceed twentyfive cents for each successful vaccination and the Council shall order the charges paid out oflevyPosted February 5 1000 MayorTOrdinance No 31 An Act to protect the Jail and Jail Property and prevent persons from interfering with prisoners OFisperaonrrMembers of the City Council persons employed OT the City Council ol Cloverport Kentucky and persons under arrest In custody under order of Court or serving a jail sentence to enter or go Into the City Jail or Cty Jail yard or inclosure or to hold any communication whatever with any person confined in the City Jail or City Jail yard under order ol Court or awaiting trial except by permission of the City Marshal beSnedtwentySvedollarsPassed and Approved February 5 looo MayorTChapped hands cracked lips and roughness of the skin cured quickly by Banner Salve the most healing ointment in the world Moorman Owen HOLT People are very much excited over the assassination of Goebel Virgil Fountain has his gun cleaned and is in readiness to use it in behalf of Goebels right Mrs Dan Dick paid tier parents a visit last week Mr J G Stephens is improving some in health Miss Katy Goons Is visiting friends and relatives in Frankland and Indiana pollsMraM H Fontaine who returned from the west in very bad health has regained some of her former strength and attended church Sunday Mrs Dr Long Is sick but we hope to see her out in a few days Miss Forrie Hardin visited Miss Lucy McGavock a few days last week Mrs Zach Hardin and little daughter Lucille is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs John McGavock this week Consumption Threatened 0 linger 212 Maple St Champaign 111 writesIII was troubled with ahick tog cough for a year and I thought I had the consumption I tried a great many remedies and was under the care of physicians for several months I used one bottle of Foloyi Honey and Tar It cured me and I have not been troubled rinco Moorman Owen rA12 BATH CABINET FOR ONLY5O- URI NEW 1902 STYLE FAMOUS SQUARE QUAKER FOLDING TURKISH e SAVES ITS COST HUNDRED TIMES YEAR IIFF SI iJi ii- iiLsa i41 graved from holograph iliEOar CaMnet at II Actually Appears OPENSTBP OK OUT the iClearSkinserves Ireventa Colds Fevers odUylImenuSironitNervraI healthII f I reposeIWill Benefit Cure Ailment No CUll Resist Its Marvelous I Endorsed rented brick proper open Good BATH CABINET Ready for Instant use wben No setting upno troubleno bother WARRANTED THE ALL fABIXETS 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JSank Commercei lion Chas flicker Enquirer Erreti Christian Standard lay thousands moat Intelligent and enlightened peop1eFEvery Cabinet Guaranteed Perfect Construction workF bo represented money cheerfully refundedF For sale SULZER Agent m r 1 1 miI miI iI iI iI IpI fiJI1 J1 I IIAlwaysI in the Lead with if- e Seasonable Goods 1 31 Fine Mackerel Sweet Potatoes Carrots mm Parsnips Cabbage Celery Lettuce Kale It Full line TripeI II 1Hi 1I Complete assortment of Fancy and m- yj Staple Groceries gHIiiSIPPEL 4- LrLkv md PURE HOME GROWN NORTH- ERNIrishPotatoes THESE ARE GENUINE STOCK Warranted to best Burkees Early come weekearlier than any other potatoe Buggies Wagons and Farm Implements Plows Fertilizers Dressed LulU ShinglesLune SADDLES AND HARNESS R S BANDYIrvington KyI1New Boarding House ol Sample of Dr B L Newsom the old ty OD river street Squires will a boarding house Pike- R Newsom contemplates giving people ol this county a thoroughly Improved umplke from Cloverport Ear dlnsburg J A A IN It TO BE BESTii OP AT YOUR Could not Ibe Made lIttler or U paid 4 timoi tie we for fj oenr rjears 27 ceo Users R t our as the Laud to 110 I Vt Ra h I the World annual more hon no or or A NBCKSSITV IN hOMEF Office or Inr House 1 Inniial Hither Shop and Hotel 3c can enjoy at home in own F all the l Ing heallhaivlmr ef ofthe air Sleam or llaths or if ShanF35 Cheaper any or at Public Rooms or as Miller F tVilson F R S John J LtnU laic owen John A Pierre lie nithe John T Drown of the Guide the F crack l Louis thn Lily the F Ayer Ira It Hicks editor Word Work I of of W Chase E of the CiaFF IIdinnati J It editor and or our I I F I I Is In to do Its F I Just as or your F I I by mm iI 1 m of fc m 4 1 be the a I f has Mr L the Paths The End Came Sunday floralng U Mrs Mary S Dean wife of Thee Dean deceased died SundayMoming at the home of her son John B Detua MDecember ripoldi Mr Dean ww aa1l pbriM ofUBaptist rJalclto1 t r iy c cr- s J i 6 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 71900 r1a a THIS CRUCIFIXIONOF STRONG By REV CHARLES M SHELDON Author ofloIn Ills Steps What Would Jesus Do Malcotn Kirk Robert Hnrdys Seven Days I tc If U s fitl n1Jrl P l1 ttr pmf1 tyY 1 i t1rr t1 Et oR lliIacllllWil lr ti uA could firing him to the parsonage This Vas Thursday night The next evening Just after dark the hell rang and one of tho church members who had been staying with Mr Strong dur ing the day went to the door There stOOl moo I inrn Ono of them was the chlif if iiiiv lie In inlnvlI how ilit mil r vu end said Hist he had a nan with him whom the minister was nnsloiis to tee Philip heard them talking and guess ed who they were Ho sent his wife out to have the men come lu The of ficer with his man came Into the bed room where Philip lay still weak and BtiKVHng but at his request propped up a itih with pllluxvs- VYM I Mr Strong 1 Have got them ul here ho Is said the officer wondering what Philip could want of him I ran him down In the crows nest below the mills and we popped him Into a lack and drove right up here with him And n pretty sweet specimen he Is I can tell you Tako off your lint and let the gentleman have another look at the brave chap who fired at him In ambush The oineor spoke almost brutally forg ding for a moment that the pris oners Imndfl were manacled KOIIUMII berlr It the next Instant IIP pulled off themallflhntwhlllhlllplaolallcnlnl same hideous brutal face with tin harelip which hind shone up In the rays nf lilt stmt lamp that night There was no mistaking It for any otherWhy did you want to 1 kill me ask ed Philip utter a Hlgnlfliiuit pause 1 never did you any harm- I would like to kill all the cursed prefKhers replied the man hoarsely Tau confess thin that you are the man who fired at ine do you- II dont confess niiythliig What are you talking to sic for Take me to the lockup II youre going tot the man exclaimed fiercely turning to the otfl cer Philip cried his wife turning to him with a gesture of appeal send them away It will do no good to talk to this man IlLilu raised his hand In a gesture tovnrd the man that made every one In the room feel a little awed The cinrr In fppuklng of It afterward said I toll you boys I never felt quite tile except once when the c wt stepped1ttplio- n the platform with old man Gower time ho was hanged nt Mlllvllle Somehow ttifn I foil as If when the priest rais ed his hand and began to pray maybe we might all lie glad to have some one pray for us If we get lute a tight placePhilip spoke directly to the man whose look fell beneath that of the minister You know well enough that you are the iiian who shot me Tuesday night I know you arc the man for I saw your face very plainly by tho light of the street lamp Now all that I want ed to see you here for before you were tatcn to Jail was to let you know that I do not hear any hatred toward you The thing you have done Is against the law of God and man The Injury you have inflicted upon me Is very slight compared with that against your own soul Oh my brother man why should you try to hart me because I denounced your business Do you not know m your Jicurt at heart That the saloon Is so tvll In HH ttTeets that a niau who loves his homo tail bin country must epcaU out against It 1 And yet I love you That Is possible because1 you urn human Oh my Father Philip con timed changing his appeal to the man by an almost natural manner Into a petiCun to the Infinite sake this soul ilcir to tluo to behold thy love for hit and make him see that It Is not agaii L use n mere man that ho has smut 1 but against thyselfagalust- the purity and holiness and nffectlonl Oh my Cud thou who didst como In the HkciifHK of sinful men to seek and save that which was lost stretch out the arms of thy salvation now to thisII child and save him from himself his own disbelief his hatred of me or of what I have said Thou art merciful and all lowing We leave nilI souls of meta lu the protecting Infold ing embrace of thy boundless couipas elon and Infinite mercy Thero was n moment of entire quiet In the room and then Philip said faint ly Sarah I cannot say more Only tell the than I bear him no hatred and commend him to the love of God Mrs Strong was alarmed at Philips appearance The scene lied been too much for his strength She hastily cGtpnmmlFd the olllcer to take his pris oner away and with the help of her frig nd cared for the minister who after tho first faintness rallied and then gradually sank Into sleep that proved more refreshing than any ho hind yet enjoyed since tho night of tho shootingThe day found Philip Improv lag more rapidly than Mrs Strong hind thought possible She forbade him tho sight of nil callers however and In sisted that ho must keep quiet His wounds wore healing satisfactorily and when the surgeon called bo ex pressed himself much pleased with his patients appearance cay ooctor no you really think It would set me back any to think a lit tle No I never heard of thinking hurt lug people I have generally consider ed It a healthy habit Tin rrasoti I asked continued Phil ip EravcJy vs because my wife absolutely forbade It and I was wonder- IngI how long I could keep It up and fool nnyL cay Thaa specimen of his stubborn nrs3 doctor said the ministers wife smiling Why only a few mltictos before you carno In lie wrs Imitating that he could prervh tomorrow Vlilnk of It n man with a shattered1 shoulderI who would Lave to stand on one leg and do all his gesturing with his left hand a man who cant preach with out the use of seven or eight arms and as many pockets and has to walk up and down the platform like n lion when he gets started on his delivery And yet ho wants to preach tomorrow I lIes that stubborn that I dont know that lean keep him nt home You would better leave some powders to put him to sleep and we will keep him In n state of unconsciousness until Monday I morning Now doctor Just listen to me awhile Mrs Strong Is talking for two women as she agreed to do and that puts me In a hard position Rut 1 want to know how soon I can get to work again You will haTe to Ho there a month said the octor bluntly Impossible I never lied that tithe In my life said Philip soberly- It would servo him right to perform a surgical operation on him for that wouldnt It Mrs Strong tho surgeon appealed to her I think ho deserves tho worst you can do doctor But say dear people I cant stay here a month I must be about my Musters business What will the church do for supplies Dont worry Philip The church will take care of that But Philip was already eager to get to work Only the assurance of the surgeon that he might possibly get out In a little over three weeks satisfied him Sunday came and passed Some one from a neighboring town who happen ed to be visiting In Milton occupied tho pulpit and Philip hail a quiet restfull day Ho started In the week determin ed to beat the doctors time for cry and having a remarkably song constitution and a tremendous will he bade fair to be limping about the house In two weeks Ills shoulder wound healed very fast Ills knee bothered him and It seemed likely that he would go lame for a lung time But he was not concerned about that It only he could go about In any sort of fashion once more Wednesday of that week he was sur prised In an unexpected manner by an event which did more than anything else to hasten his recovery Ho was still confined to bed down stairs when In the afternoon the bell rang and Mrs Strong went to the door supposing It was one of the church people come to Inquire about the minister She found Instead Alfred Burke Philips old col logo chum and seminary classmate Mrs Strong welcomed him heartily and In answer to his eager Inquiry con I corning Philips condition she brought him Into the room knowing her pa tient quite well and feeling sure the sight of his old chum would do him more good than harm The first thing Alfred said was 0111 man I hardly expected to see you again this side of heaven How dues It happen that you arc alive hero after all the times the papers have had you killed Bad marksmanship principally I used to think I was a big man But I after the shooting I came to the con elusion that I must bo rather small Your heart Is so big Its a wonder tome that you werent shot through It no matter where you were hit But I tell you It seems good to see you In the fiesh once more Why didnt you come and preach for mo last Sunday asked Philip quizzicallyWhy you heard I did not get news of the affair until last Saturday In my western parish and I was just In the throes of packing up toI come on to Eltndale- Elmdale Yes Ivo had a call there So WP shall bo neighbors Mrs Burke Is up there now gutting the house straighten ed out and I carne right down here So you are pastor of the Chapel Alit church Its a splendid opening for a young preacher Congratulations AlfredThank i you Philip By the way I saw by tho paper that you lad declin ed a call to Elmdale so I suppose they pitched on me for a second choice You never wrote mo of their call to you ho said a little reproachfully It didnt occur to me replied Phil ip truthfully But bow are you go- Ing to like It Isnt It rather a dull old placer Yes I suspect It Is compared with Milton I suppose you couldnt live without the excitement of dodging as T lutrdlu expected tn r ryn ssus and murderers rrcry time you go out to prayer meeting or make lIar ish calls flow do you like your work so far There Is plenty of It answered Philip gravely A ralnJMiT must be made of cast Iron niJi I Ie I clt In or der to stairl the went 1 1111l t if tliw tunes In which we lIhc 1M like u week to trade Idoan vij you nail talk over the work Alfrri Youd get tho wont cf Cm bar gala I dont know about tlct Im not doing any thinking late IIrl now as were going to be or r ers apart whats to hinder nu r chcus once awhile luI Im agreeable to hint replied Phil ips churn on condition however that you furnish me with a gun and pay all surgeons bills when I occupy your pulpitDone said Philip with n grin And Just then Mrs Strong forbade anymore talk Alfred staid until the even lag train and when he left he stooped down and kissed Philips cheek Its a custom we 1 learned when lu the German universities together that sum mer otter college you know he ex plained with the slightest possible blush when Mrs Strong cane In and caught him In the act It seemed to her however like an affecting thing that two bit grown up men like her husband and his old churn showed such tender affection for each other Tho love of men for men In the strong friendship of school anti college life Is one of the marks of human divinity CHAPTER In spite of his determination to get out and occupy his pulpit the first Sunday of the next month Philip was reluctantly obliged to let live Sundays go by before ho was able to preach During those six weeks his attention was called to a subject which ho felt ought to be made the theme of one of his talks or Christ and Modern Socie ty The lolsuro which he hind for rend lug opened hits eyes to the fact that Sunday In Milton was terribly desecrat ed Shops of nil kinds stood wide open Excursion trains ran Into the large city 40 miles away two theaters were always running with some variety show and the saloons In violation of nn ordinance forbidding It unblushing ly Hung their doors open and did more business on that day titan any other As Philip tzad the papers he noticed that every Monday morning the police court was more crowded with drunks and dlsordrllcs than on any other day In the week and the plain cause of It was the abuse of the day before In the summer time baseball games were played In Milton on Sunday In the fall and winter very many pcoplo spent their evenings In card playing or aimlessly strolling up and down the phlllIpsmaking up Christ would not keep silent before tho facts So ho carefully prepared a plain statement of his belief In standing on tho modern uso ChristsI tiny and as on tho other occasions when he hind spoken the first Sunday In the month he cast out of his reckon ing all thought of the consequences Ills ono purpose was to do Just as In his thought of Christ he would do with tint subject The people In Milton thought that the first Sunday Philip appeared In his pulpit he would naturally denounce the saloon again But when he finally re covered suUlclcntly to preach lie de termined that for awhile he would say nothing hi the way of sermons against tho whisky evil lie had n great horror of scenting to ride a hobby of be lug a man of one Idea anti tanking plO pie tired of him because he harped on one string lie hind uttered his de nunciation and he would wait a little before he spoke again The whisky power was not the onlyI bad thing In Milton that needed to be attacked There were other things which must be said And to Philip limped Into hid pulpit the third Sunday of the months and preached en u 6vunil1 tame to the disappointment of n great crowd almost us large an the lust ono he had faced And yet his very appuaraucc was n sermon In Itself against the In stitution he hall held up to public con demnation on that occasion Ills knee wound proved very stubborn and he limped badly That In Itself spoke eloquently of tine dastardly attempt ou Ills life Ills face was pale and ho had grown thin Ills shoulder was stiff and the enforced quietness of his delivery contrasted strangely with his customary fiery appearance on the platform Altogether that first Sunday of his reappearance In his pulpit was n stronger sermon against the sa loon than anything bo could have spo Ucu or written When the first Sunday In the next month came on Philip was more like his old self no hind gathered strength enough to go around two Sunday after noons and note for himself the dese cration of tho day as It went on reck lessly As bo saw It all It seemed to him that the church in Milton was practically doing nothing to stop the eviL All tho ministers complained of e the difficulty of getting an evening con gregation Yet hundreds of young people walked past nil tho churches every Sunday night bent on pleasure going to the theaters or concerts or parties wLlcb seemed to hoe no trou ble In attracting the crowd Espe cially was this true of the foreign population the working clement con nected with the mills It was a com mon occurrence for dog fights cock fights and shooting matches of various kinds to be going on In the tenement district ou Sunday and the police seemed powerless or careless In the matterAll this burned Into Philip llko molten metal and when he faced his people on time Sunday which wnll be coming a noted Sunday for them ho quivered with the earnestness nid thrill which nlwyn come to a III1CveI- lIInll when Ihe fails sure he I I1 n Ier urea wlleli mint be prciclii I taut n- II 1esEe while in people must hnr for their llviii- He took for a text Christs words The Sabbath was made for matt and at once defined Its meaning ns a special dayThe true meaning of our modern Sunday tray be summed up lu Itwu woriln rtMt and worship Unter tIn head cf rest may be gathered what ever Is needful for the proper nUll healthful 1recuperation of ouos physic al cord mental powers always regard I Ins nit simply our own ease and com fort but iilso the same right to rest ou the part of the remainder of the com munity Under the head of worshli may lie ithercd all those facts which either through dlstluct religious ser ice or work or thought tend to bring men Into closer and dearer relation to spiritual life to teach men larger sweeter truths of existence and of God and leave them better fitted to take up tho duties of everyday business Now It Is plain to me that If Christ were here today and pastor of Calvary church he would feel compelled to say some very plain words about the dose oration of Sunday In Milton Take for example the opening of the fruit stands and cigar stores and meat mar kets every Sunday morning What Is the one reason why these places are open this very minute while I am speaking There Is only one reason so that the owners of the places may sell their goods and make money They are not satisfied with what they can stake six days In the week Their greed seizes ou the one day which ought to be used for tin rest and worship men need and turns that also Into n day of merchandise Do we need any other fact to convince us of the terrible selfishness of the human heartOr take the case of tho saloons What right have they to open their doors In direct contradiction to the town ordinance forbidding It And yet this ordinance Is held by them In such contempt that this very morning as I came to this church I passel more than half a dozen of these sections of hell wide open to any poor sinning soul that might be enticed therein Citizens of Milton where does the re sponsibility rest for this violation of law Does It rust with the churches mid the preachers to sin that the few Sunday law wo have lire enforced by them while till IwnlnesH men and the police lazily dodge time issue and care not how the matter KOJS saying It Is none of their IniHliiPiss But suppose you say the saloons ate beyond your power That does not rcleane you from doing what Is In your power easily to prevent this day from being trampled under foot and made like every other day lu Its scramble after money nod pleasure Who own those fruit stands and cigar stores and meat markets and who patronize theta Is It not true that church members encourage all these places by purchasing of them on the Lords day I have been told by one of these fruit dealers with whom I have talked lately that among his best customers on Sunday are some of the most respected members of thus church It has also been told me that In the summer time the heaviest patronage of the Sunday Ice cream business Is from the church members of Milton Of what value Is It that we place on our ordinance rules forbidding the sale of these things covered by the law IIow far are we responsible for our example for en couraging the breaking of the day on the part of those who would thud It unprofitable to keep their business go- nr It i e did not purchase of them on this dnr CONTIKUKI Jfirom 9ffrs Vaughn II to frs Pinkham LITTII TO uu TIXKHAU no 64587 11 DEAn FJHEITD Two years ago I had childbed fever and womb trouble in its worse form For eight months afterbirth of babe I was not ablo to sit up helpIstomach kidney and bladder trouble and my back was so stiff and sore tho right ovary was badly affected and everything I ato distressed me and dischargeIbed when I wrote to you for advice and followed tnklDSLydIapound Liver Pills andusIng the Wash myhouseworkdied If it lad not been for your Com pound I hope this letter may be tho result of bcneflttlng some other suffer IDS woman I recommend your Com MAnyVMany of these sick women whoso letters we print were utterly dis couraged and lifo was a burden to them when they wrote to Lynn Mnsa chargeofthem strong useful women again The St Louis The Great Newspaper of the 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lhsWuhinglonEVERYTHING THAT A DAILY NEWSPAPER SHOULD CONTAIN r Eveningpott rf i The Rates Are JIOD for Three Month rtonthtf312 copies for 309 cent Send poiUI card for ample eeplf a- rrl r r f II THE BRECKBNRIDGB NEWS WEDNESD FEBRUARY 7 1900 up HEAD ON A BLONDER Erroneous Answer Win Commendn tloa From a Latin Teacher The class In Latin will now recite i rId the Latin teacher at one of tho fItcity high schools tho other day r The members of the class In Latin t 11conslsUng of 80 or moro bright looking girls with three or four boys camo forward and took their places All moved along smoothly until the dee lination of the noun donum was in order and there was trouble It was the ablative that caused the trouble For tlio benefit of those not acquainted wlthJfceinjysterles of Latin It may bo mentioned right hero that the ablative is dono and the pronunciation Is the samo as if one should say dont know slurring the two words as is so frequently done to don know Miss Jones said the teacher top the bead of the class what Is thel ablative of donum1 Miss Jones gavo her version and was told to sit down The question In turn went down the entire length of the class all falling until It reached the last a boy who bad a reputation for baseball and football but none for scholarshipWell the ablative of Mo numT asked tho teacher q Percy scratched his bead and despair ingly looked at his grinning class 1 mates Don know he finally blurted out Right said tho teacher go up head And then the class broke out Into a laugh that cost each member ten marks but none peached on Percy and the teacher to this day cannot un derstand what there Is so comical In tho ablative of donum Chicago In ter Ocean A Night of Terror Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Burnham of Mach las We when the doctors said she woaldJtlle from Pneumonia before morn ing Wtea Mrs S H Lincoln who at tended her that fearful night but she begged for Dr Kings New Discovery which had more than once saved her life and cured her of Consumption After taking she slept all night Furth er use entirely cured her This mar velous medicine is guaranteed to cure all Throat Chest and Lung Diseases Only 50c and 1 00 Trial bottles free at Short Haynes drug store 4 COMPANY DINNERS coThey Are Dreaded by Guest anti Make the Hosteaa Iferroni I Writing on Making Company of Guests Edward Bok in The Ladles Homo Journal considers It a curious fact that American housewives are so loath to believe that a dinner with fuss and feathers Is dreaded by the vast majority of people The highest com I pliment wo can possibly show a guest at dinner Is to let him partake of an ordinary meal to let him come quietly In and be ono of tho family yet this t Is the very compliment which we withhold I from him Instead of giving a guest what ho would relish most we give him what ho really enjoys least Let a hostess be ever so graceful and tactful let there bo years of ex perience on her shoulders yet nothing can conceal from her guests that the dftr which she Is serving Is other thi i an unusual one It Is a formal af fair and no amount of grace can make anything else of it for nothing speaks so loudly or so unerringly as a formal company dinner Every course shows It every movement of the waitress proclaims it every piece of china fairly cries out the occasion And of course no ono at tho tablo really enjoys It The guest certainly does not becauso ho knows ho is being mado company ofand that feeling is always enough to offset every enjoy merit The hostess does not for she hasnt tho time Her eyes are for the table and her servants not for her guest It takes but a minute to overcome tick ling in the throat and to stop a cough byI the use ofj One Minute Cough Cure 4Thisremedy quickly cures all forms of throatand lung troubles Harmless and pteasanttto take It prevents consump- tion1 A famous specific for grippe and I its alter eflectaA R Fisher Mctmr- i t Wf4O11i + nIIiII ==4rJIuilr AH latter Life Saved By Chamberlains Cough Remedy During the early part of October 1890 I contracted a bad cold which settled on my lungs and was neglected until I fear ed that consumption bad appeared in an incipient state I was constantly cough ing and trying to expel something which I could Jot I became alarmed and alter giving tbe local doctor a trial bought a bottb of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the result was immediate Improvement and after I had used three bottles my lungs were restored to their healthy state B S EDWARDS Publisher of The Review Wjant Ill For salo by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell man Stepheneport LOOKING INTO A SHOTGUN A Bandits Victim Tell how It Peels to De Held tip- I happen to know how It feels to be held up said a gentleman who now occupies a position of prominence In local railroad circles I acquired my experience as a passenger In a stage coach about six miles from Tombstone- A T In 1884 Wo had a big load six men Inside two on the drivers seat and an express messenger on tho boot Every man In tho crowd had a revolv er two of tho Inside passengers had Winchesters across their knees and tho messenger had an 8 bore duck gun that contained nearly a quart of slugs Wo were held up at about 4 In tho afternoon by a slrwclo masked man who rose suddenly from behind a pile of rocks and covered us with a sawed off shotgun All the curtains were raised so there was a fair view of tho interior and when ho yelled Hands upi everybody obeyed Then ho told us to get out ono by ono and stand In a row with our backs to him I never hated to do anything so badly In my life but I saw tho oth ers going and followed suit About that time a half grown boy apparently unarmed appeared from behind tho rocks and took up tho collection which Included our Joint arsenal After that we were ordered back and tho chief bandit told the driver to go ahead As far as I know tho robbers wero never caught but what especially im pressed me about the episode was the reluctance of any of our party to take the Initiative I was certain the slight est resistance would be successful but I realized also that tho man who made the Qrst movo bad an excellent chance of being killed and I suppose all tho others felt the same way Anyhow it happened exactly as I have narrated- It During the year I lived In Arizona there were eight or nine hold ups on the same road and In no instance was there any resistance whatever That taught me that a crowd of average men gazing Into a cocked shotgun will do Just about anything that is suggested New Orleans TimesDem ocrat A Frightful Blunder Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arnica Salve the best in the world will kill the pain and promntly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns all Skin Eruptions Best Pile Cure on earth Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Short Haynes Drug sists A natural Bridge In Arizona Natural bridge on PinG creek in the northern part of Gila county Is one of the greatest natural curiosities In the United States equaling if not sur passing the Natural bridge of Virginia It spans tho creek at a height of about 200 feet and the walls of the canyon rise above It on either sido 700 or 800 feet and on one side form a perpendic ular precipice The bridge is of lime formation and the Inside of the great arch which is some 250 feet across is worn by tbe water as smooth as though chiseled by tho skillful hand of a stonemason Tho arch on top Is nearly If not quite 400 feet In width 1000 feet in lehgtb across tho canyon and at the thinnest part only six feet through About the center of tho arch Is a hole largo enough to admit the body of a man and through which ono can look down Into the crystal pool of water 200 feet belowGlobe lA T Silver Belt Hint out the ol4 IZlii thevRlnZ out the fA1M JUagliiUetnu We bring to you the new and true from the pto y forests of Norway DR BELL- SPineTarHoney Natures most natural remedy Unproved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Poaltlro Cur for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of tho Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs an exhilarated t themictobebesrlagmucuslzcutout Ithe cause of that tickling Is removed tad the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is M Indlnstloa to cough SOLD BY ALL GooD oRUaaisrrs IsttIsOnly 2Oasidj OOIgi- iREUNEYOIqEl rlr Ifllr FttfTtf4wity nviuvviA aIi k1r LIMITS OF SEED VITALITY Ho Truth la Stories of Germination After Thousands of Yean The statement Is frequently made In the popular press said Professor L H Pummel government botanist that seeds have retained their Vitality for a long time Thus it Is stated that wheat under some conditions has pre served Its vitality for CO or 100 years It has frequently been stated that wheat taken from Egyptian monuments germinated but In not a single case Is this germination authenticated Not a single grain taken from an ancient Egyptian sarcophagus and sown by various persons has ever been known to germinate and the condi tions for preserving tho seed In these Egyptian monuments are better than In the soil They are protected from the air and variations of temperature Tho experiment which has been most talk ed of Is that of the Count of Sternberg at Prague He had received the grains from a trustworthy traveler who told him that they were taken from a sarcophagus It Is said that two of these seeds germinated but It Is a well known fact that Impostures are perpetrated by tho people who dispose of these seeds In some cases they have even stripped corn or maize Into thcso sarcophagi Many experiments have been made not only In this country but in Europe to determine tho vitality of various grain seeds Thus barley retains Its Vitality better than any other cereal and this Is said to retain its vitality from eight to ten years In tho case of wheat 00 to 100 per cent germinates In from one to four years In five to seven years 85 to 87 per cent In the case of rye the percentage of germina tion In five years dropped to 55 per cent In seven years 80 per cent nine years 13 per cent In the case of corn I mado somo experiments a few years ago to determine the vitality and found that corn which was kept In tightly closed vessels at the age of 20 years had lost all its power of germination Experiments also Indicate that corn kept even a few years became largely deteriorated and lost much of Its pow er of germination Even grass seeds which have been burled at some depth in tho soil and In vessels tightly scaled failed to germinate after a dozen or 15 yearsChlcago Chronicle Fright Not Fnsolnntlon Naturalists are not at all agreed upon the point as to whether snakes are ablo to fascinate their prey Certainly they do not possess the power to the extent that popular belief would have It Stories of the weird and mystic influ ence of a serpents eye fall flat in the face of scientific accuracy What can be said of snakes however Is that their very appearance paralyzes the victim It cannot move for fright for Its faculties are temporarily suspended There Is no fascination about thld however It Is fright and fright alone A Nice Cousin JackYou know when Mabel reject ed mo last week I told you my trou bles and you promised to help me Well she accepted me Inst night Am I to thank you for Interceding for me CouHln Belle Not exactly dear boy I simply Intimated to Mabel that I was after you myself Philadelphia Press In Finland and Laplnnd amber oil Is believed to be a certain cure for rheumatism neuralgia and similar troubles A color expert declares that a pure white flower docs not exist There is no better medicine for the babies than Chamberlains Cough Rem edylta nleasant taste andpromptandeffec tual cures make it a favorite with moth era and small children It quickly cures their coughs and colds preventing pneu monla or other serious consequences It also cures croup and has been used in tens of thousands of cases without a sin gle failure so far as we have been able to learn It not only cures croup but when givepas soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack In cases of whooping cough It liquefies the tough mucus making it easier to expec torate and lessens the severity and fre quency of the paroxysm of coughing thus depriving that disease of all dangerous consequences For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Sbellman Stephenaport Turned It to Account- A Derbyshire man accompanied by his wife happened to be traveling In a train when near Stafford a collision occurred Ho was well known for his shrewdness In business and ho proved that In the collision his wife received a contusion between the eyes for which a jury awarded M damages Somo time after the affair had blown over tho following confession or some thing to the like effect was elicited from the plaintiff In a moment of unguarded conviviality Well you see when the collision happened f owld woman and I wur all reet but when I looked out o f car ridge I seed a lot of fellies In a terrible state One sings out By lad Iso getten mo bead cut open Ill ha twenty peouhds for this Twenty peonnds ye silly fuleV cries another Iso gotten me shoulder out and Ill ha forty peounds for t When I heard this continued the clever business man I jumpt at t owld woman straight out and druv my ead bo twen her eyes and wese gotten fifty peonnda for ItLondon Answers II think I would go crazy with pain were It not for Uharaberlalna Pain Balm writes Mr W H Stapleton Her mlnle Pa I have been afflicted with rheumatism for several years and have tried remedies without number but Pain Balm la the beet medicine I have gotten holdof One application relieves the pain For sale by ABFUherOIo verport BA Shellman Stephtsapori I BOOKS NARROW ESCAPES Virgils HneldWorU of Arlstotl and Tnlmnd Saved by Good Luck Three of the greatest books In the world have narrowly escaped destrue tion tho Eueld of Virgil tho works of Aristotle and the great body of Jew ish tradition represented by the Tal mudIt Is recorded that Virgil on his deathbed sought to burn the only copy of the VEnekl as ho had not revised It and whin ho was foiled In this he ordered his executors Varro and Tuc ca not to glvo it to the world a direc tion which was disregarded by order of the Emperor Augustus The works of Aristotle suffered from neglect They lay many years burled In a cellar and when by mere acci dent they were at last unearthed they were so damaged by damp and dirt that In many passages they are hopelessly corrupt How great would have been the loss of this work to the hu man raco may bo judged from tho fact that everything thaf was known In tho middle ages of the arts and sciences was derived directly from these writ IngsTho Talmud nearly became extinct through persecution Tho posses aba of the Talmud by a long series of edicts extending over many cen tunes was mado penal and tho book Itself was burned No fewer than 24 wagon loads of Talmud manuscript were burned In France In 1244 Stray Stories Nervous children are almost always thin children Tim out doorboy is Hcldom nmous WUITES CREAM VERMIFUGE is the best preventive of nervousness It strengthens the system and assists to ttirt sort of fleet which creates strength and power 01endulane Price 25 cents A Penalty For Being Polite It Is more dlfllcult to be polite In tho city of Hamburg than In any other place In Europe There tho most chiv alrous man has to think twice before giving up his seat In a car to a lady as ho may be turned off the car for politeness It seems that tho Hamburg trolley cars will seat according to size 20 or 28 persops 10 to 14 on each side In addition four persons aro allowed on tho front and flye persons on the back platform Whim the car Is full the conductor bangs out a sign Bo setzt which means occupied and Is absolutely forbidden to take on another passenger until some ono gets off the carSometimes while the conductor Is In front collecting fares a lady will step on the car which Is already occupied As there Is no conductor on hand to prevent her the lady steps Inside and the gentleman who may offer her a seat comes out and takes his stand on the platform When the conductor aft er going his rounds returns to his post be promptly requests the gentleman to step off the car as he baa forfeited his seat and the car Is ully occupied Should ho refuse to leave the car he Is put ottoThe policemen on the streets aro Instructed to watch the cars sharply and If they find a car carries even ono more passenger than Its proper complement the conductor Is fined 72 cents which Is paid to a charity fund of the street railway company Phila delphia Press Seen In the Itougti Tortoise shells as they are unloaded from tho ships aro far from beautiful To bo classed as rough they must be just as they were when taken from the tortoises backs It is not until washed and scoured with acids that their exquisite coloring shows Tho same Is true of the beautiful seashells which come here from the shores of India and other tropical lands There Is almost as much difference between them In the rough and when finished as there Is between uncut diamonds and those that have passed through a lapidarys handsSt Louis GlobeDemocrat Hereditary Garment Tommy Pop what Is the mending of hereditary Tommys Father Anything that descends from father to son Tommy Then your old clothes that ma makes over for mo aro hereditary aint they Philadelphia Record The Doctor Prescribe Jlmson Doctor I am getting too stout for comfort and I want your ad viceDoctorNothing reduces flesh like worry Spend two hours a day think- Ing of the unpaid bill you owe me FREE BLOOD CURE An Offer Proving Faith to Sufferers Ulcers Cancers Eating Bores Painful Swellings Effects of Blood Poison Per cistent Eruptions that refuse to heal un der ordinary treatment are quickly cured by B B B Botanlo Blood Balm the most wonderful Blood Purifier of the age made especally to cure all terrible obstinate deepseated Blood and Skin trou bles Is your Blood 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of being treated as a gentleman no coldly declined They pressed him Ho hotly declined Still they pressed him He expressed his feelings Perhaps tho officers were a little affected by wine At all events they persist ed They would take no denial At last ho said In a manner which showed that ho was nettled but yet yielding Well If you wont let mo off I must Ill give you the dinner scene from David Gnrrlck He did He had never acted It bet ter They were delighted until springing to his feet ho made his wild tipsy exit just as he did on the stage and dragged the cloth off the table and with It all the regiments prized des sert china and decanters and glasses etc Great was the smash Tho actor did not wait to be applauded or to Improve thQ occasion The lesson was In deed a rough one and probably only a man with some roughness In his dar ing humor would have given It but It was quite deserved Stow Hard Dee Work Darwin after close observation found that a bee would often visit as many as 27 flowers In tho course of a minute though with other plants In which the honey was difficult to extract the aver age would bo as low as seven Strik- Ing a mean between these two figures ono may say that an ordinary working bee visits 15 flowers a minute or 000 an hour Considering the late hours to which a bee works It Is probably no exaggeration to say that It Is busy for eight hours a day allowing for Intervals of rest This would make It visit 7200 flowers a day or 048000 In a period of six months Mr A S Wilson In a recent paper showed the enormous amount of labor gone through by bees In making even a small quantity of honey Ho found that approximately 125 heads of red clover yield 15 grains of sugar or 125 000 heads about two pounds As each head contains some CO florets it tot lows that 7500000 distinct flower tubes must bo sucked In order to obtain two pounds of sugar Now honey contains roughly speaking 75 per cent of sugar therefore the bees must make In round numbers 2500000 visits for one pound of honey Question la Unanswered A certain grocer on tho hill has for some days been looking for the owner of a voice that claimed his attention at tho telephone ono busy morning When ho finds the man tho meeting will fur nish material for nn Interesting item and the following dialogue explains it selfThe VoiceHello thereI Is that you CharlesGrocerYes GrocerYesThe Have you any salt fish GrocerYesThe Is It fresh GrocerYes camo In this morning The VoiceCod or pollock GrocerGot both Which do you wantThe VoiceWell I dont know Is the pollock good and dry GrocerYesTho Well why dont you give It a drink then At this point the grocer brought tho colloquy to a sudden termination with a remark that would be out of place In polite society and therefore unfit for publication Portland Or Argus Dr lulls Cough Syrup will give lame dlsts relief to a child suffocating with the dreadful croup Mother keep this reliable msdiclM always handy and It will sais you many entity hours It mat i but 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lras Its null at three times i urnrlrerou can return It and wa will return your moneyIWRITE FOR FREE TRUSS CATALOGUE I I b iHr M Including the S w Stuuu tea Truii tklcure alMMil uTd k11 for dSEARSIROEBUClt lCo CIIICI GO LOCUST LAWN of Registered Poland The herd IIs beaded by Commodore Santpion 16385 a son of King Trenton 15615 the greatest prize winning Ioland Chira hre living or dead Commodore Sampson IIs a duplicate of his celebrated sire and we can truthfully say without casting any reflection on county that we never uprctod to see as grand a bred holt or 10 fine an individual within her borders We sell no show records nut we can sell aged oelll boars ready for service sprint and- fall pigs that will pleese ou Chtap lor quality of stock Call on or address Q A FOOTE SON Irvington Ky This Circular Plush Cspe SEND NO J215 HERD China Swine Ilteckrnridge MONEY 1HDdyou DJ siprest Co 00 MbjMt USaalaitls You ean siaailnsand try IS coat your nearest Iexprets office and If found perfectly stttfsetory ex actlr auprmtlnd u VAII Jou Saw or ot p MOSTIJI aprbnreI l tksrre 111010erat 1Sf 1000 11 IIt v7 tot stjle Ve fall aM Wmadoralbo t7tbJOugbouelaborately etabroldered witS 1511451 5rI14 ind bleak bsadlncaslllnstnted Trimmed all around with sate flue Slash TWWt rer heavilyI Intarltoed with waddUx and Sbsr ehimotaI Wrli fir Us Osek CrUiegM AMMBI BEARI NOEUCKOO OHiOAGOb- eatS1ibSS seIeIeSSlVIla 4 C t Lj t 8 THE BRECKBNRIDGB 1ffEWS WEDJiESRY FEBRUARY 7 r 1900 fJRECKENRIDGE NEWS I Current T Topics r t By tin HatUc Otinnell I The Rev Charles M Sheldons planI to run the Topeka Dally Capital lor one week as a Christian dally paper iiis warning large proportions I likeI I Another inquisitive Jake would likeI toknow If Jesus were to assume theI I cmanagement of the Capital would lieI 1 t pop the price up from 10 eta to 25 eta so y the poor people couldnt buy it Mr l Sheldon likes filthy lucre like all Voter humans r rlIrs1 May Wrlgbwall the leader off 5000000 women says I love my tea cups moro than many women love their husband and children Mother love Is one love that was not experienced by the President of the international Coincll the ardent suffragist end eloquent speaker from platform and pulpit Her married f life wes marked by idyllic companion ship but the aweetestt deepest love that ever filled a womans heart this distin- guIshed woman has not known 0Burke Cockran will support Mr Bryan on a sound platform but ho was against him on a vicious platform There are others with Mr Cockran 0It is sad even pathetic to see a man or woman who has grown plesimletlc or one who has allowed him or herself to become embittered We can all counter act the trials of onr life it we only make an honest effort With love and sympathy in our hearts it becomes an Impossi bility to keep an embittered attitude The same fields so often gone over and reaped before can be made to yleM now and abiding delight 0I like Philip Strong in his crucifixion because ho has courage and is not afraid to express an opinion for or against A long time ago an ancient Emperor is said to Lave requested only one word to be put on his tomb Courage j not mistaken courage such as to induce one man to claim the blood of a fdllow man for dear honors 1 sake but true cour age for upright conscientious prin ciples Philip Strong has courage that keeps him in loving communion with his Saviour He hid the courage to go in saloons to see just what they were But he nor no other human being ever trod in His steps 0I hope Count Castellane will hold that Parisian paptr responsible for publish ing false reports In regard to his financial and domestic affairs We are of course glad that the Count smiled upon his wife and the Countess returned the smile and that there was affection Such things are so absolutely absurd for publication that we grow weary in re IT flecting upon them 0 4 infiankfortchurch was one to make the whole commonwealth tuink He spoke of po litical and moral recklessness and the disregard in which human life was held He deprecated th sentiment of laughter and mirth at the B yin banquet In the hotel where the wounded still suffered 0Mrs Fiskes spirited impersonation off Beeky Sharp has caused many of us to take up Vadty Fair again for a new study of that fascinating character and again we are impressed with tho power of the novelist and we ask is there any where in modern fiction a portrait to compare with that authors great charac ter The books being published now are like popular songs effervescent They boil up are frothy and sparkling perhaps and pare from the mind for ant other installment o In the January number of Ladies Home Journal under Good for All oc casions are tome excellent Items for so ill l oflellquetteyOne what pressuru of duty and care or whet matters of health force a woman to ray aalde social claims and obligations r This reminded ms ofa friend here who saId to me the other day Has calling or the receiving of a call become com plelely obsolete Why she continued when you and I were young girls and young matron our mothers considered calling en much of a social obligation as to pay a debt of honor 0Bnrne Bobble Burns was not a staid member of the Kirk for had he been there would have been no Bobby Bums poetry for poetry is the bill and coo of lovers All lovers are poets and all poets are lovers Robert Burns par ticular business was lovemaking If one is not swayed by music and cannot be moved by religious emotions the love instinct is dead Burns was a perfect failure as father husband farmer in business in society even as a friend but was an all round success at love making and poetry 0In the Greek Commonwealth the Jawis Theocracy and the Communism of the early Christian church all those per J lode were dynamic and not Ideal if we are to believe history So today the Socialist la looking for a new order from I J JJ l ri the old parties He advocates the clop tion of a principle of social organization which he claims to be the inevitable outcome of Democracy and the Indus trial Revolution This wave has been surging through Europe as in this country for two generations at least but it is an Utopian dream in many particular- so 0does seem to us of this State just at preeentthat Democracy or its progress is nothing more than the destruction of old political privileges I for one see no more beauty in the dissolution and destruction of the old timehonored Democratic party than In the progress hIstoryIComte and Carlrlu were abhorred by purely political Radicals We have just such ultn rratIr blind radicals today abhornne and seeking to annihilate everything for personal glory and ambi fLion Napoleon Bonaparte alone could exceed such unholy ambitions WOMENFARMERS Begin To Oct Your May Day Dinner Ready For Quests BELGIAN HARES FOR CHILDREN BY SIRS LUCY CLBAVB MBLBOY I have heard that threefourths of the farms of Kansas thatgreat farming state are run just now by women When first her rich prairies were open to the puullc many women went out and took ad vantage of Squatter Sovereignty to make homes for themselves and their loved ones j admirably did they succeed too in that most blessed occupation of womankindtilling the soil Hundreds of homes in Kansas were thus made without man ever owning a foot of their land or doing in iota of the work upon it Four girls old maids they called themselves went from the South and built a fourroom hut so situated that one room would be in a corner of each girls claim and she would be living on her own property and still have the pro tection and association of her friends These girls lived that way till time had giyen them the title to their places then for they had prospered wonderfully they built a nice commodious house and as a fairy tale would say thev lived happily ever afterward Now that Kansas has distinguished herself by sending so great a number of volunteers to the Philippines there is a still greater number of women who are running the farms of the state and statistics those truthful un getaroundable statements prove that llast year was the most prosperous and successful year that farmers have had In Kansas for a long time Oh a woman can do anythin if she tries If she tries hard enough tttWhat Breckenridge county woman Is going to carry off that prize for the best kept lawn this summer ttt-I believe if I have a hobby it is the farmers garden What are you doing in yours Are your pease planted If not go at once to work and get them in get them in nicely too putting all the guano your poultry yards will afford right over them Do you know that for a Mayday dinner pease on toast broiled chick en cream gravy and a deajert of straw berries and whipped cream cant be beaten We farmers can have it all just as a reward of labor without costing a cent Lets do it And lets ask out some city friends to en joy it with us poor things I do feel so sorry for city peoplettt Do not sell all the duck and goose feathers j keep enough to have a generous supply of sofa cushions for your sit ting room You can use cheap plaid ginghams for covers and they will be a source ol comfort to tired harvest men and busy workers when resting at noon or sunset I We will never neglect any even very little thing to make our farm homes attractive and comfortable for we are resolved on ushering in a new era when all the children will think them the loveliest most desirable places in this world and never wish to leave them for other living They are that and we must convince them of 1U tttHave you made all your plans for th a 22nd celebration If not furbish up your wits and get them in order for the farms must not pass unnoticed the birth day of the grandest farmer America eyer produced Arent you proud that George Washington was a farmerT- t t t The lambs are coming now something of unceasing interest to the children who can be taught to care for them quite well thus giving them an excellent lesson in farming In a large flock there will be many a little fellow who will have a battle for his life remember that nothing helps young life like heat both without and within H the good man of the house brings in a tiny roll of wool and says This one is pretty feeble mother youll have to tend to him wrap him In a warm blanket and lay behind the kitchen stove Notice him fret quently and If lie dose pot respond rT rr17IJ 1If ffi jf= kc promptly to the blanket treatment give him a hot toddy remember this dosesf better for the woolly lambs of the out side flock than for the smoOthskinned bright eyed ones of the household This will usually strengthen him and a little milk given by means of finger or nipple and bottle will get him ready to return to the field motherttt I Do you know that through February and March there is more scknesa on the farms than during any months in the year That is the case and the prevention is to see that the feet are kept dry tttThere should be in every farm yard now several broods of young uhlckinv if you havent them see to it that the fail ure is remedied as soon ee possible Get the Incubator to work it is tin early chick that catches the dollar It is per fectly farcical for any one to sayand they often dothat the poultry business is being overdone Stud and nonsense 1 Overdone when we import eggs from Sweden Denmark etc every year Never a bit of it He who says so Is simply not a hustler and does not know how to sell what he has and for which there is a demand j he Is asleep ttt- I have groat faith that Belgian hares are coming to the front and will find a good market the rearing of them will be an ideal occupation for farm children It will give them happiness teach them business methods and mak them a lit tie money all at the tame time j let them try It They will like it better than poultry raising for like their elders something now alw ys pleases a child tttI Mary had a little lamb Its fleece was white as snow And everywhere that Mary wont The lamb was sure to go Give us too A little pet The other children wail So Mother yielded to the pleaI And bought a Cotton TallIDont let the band of time paintI wrinkles on your face Keep young byI keeping the blood pure and the dlgesI tive organs in a healthful condition HERBINE will do this Health isIyouth disease and sickness bring oldI age Price 50 cenlsII A Great NewspaperII The St Louis GlobeDemocrat is unI questionably one of the greatest ofjj American newspapers It has correspondents everywhere and covers everyI field of news foreign and domestic It is strictly Republican in politics and is above all a newspaper and ought to be in every home during the important presidential campaign of 1000 ThoI price by mail dally including SundayI Is f6 per year dally without Sunday 1i per year Sundays only 2 per year weekly issued in semiweekly sections 1 per year The latter addition is a blIsemiweekly paper almost equal to the average daily at the price of the average weekly It not only gives all the news but also a great variety of interesting and iratructlve reading matter for every member of the family Write for free sample copies to the Globe Printing Co St Louis Mo FOUND A GOLD MINEI It Was in His Poultry Yard- Man In Iowa Uses a Compound That Makes His Hens Lay Double the Usual Num ber Summer and Winter Seoret of His Success People in the neighborhood of Creston Iowa are amazed at the number of eggs that this man drives to market wIthI When asked what was the cause of blsI hens being so prolific he stated it was all in a certain compound he was nsingII that kept his hens in good condition andI furnished them with the proper stlmuII lus to egg production American PoulII try Mixture is the name of it and Istt made by American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind Every man in the poultry business is interested in the health of his hens and their laying capacity In the eggs lie his profits This mixture is guaranteed to Increase the production of eggs 100 per cent or money refundedt t It will do more than three times as much as the same amount of any other compound It is concentrated in form and the result off years of practical ex parlance in the poultry business There is absolutely no doubt as to what it will do and you are invited to try it at the expense of the company Send 100 for a sample package and if it doesnt do the work you get your money back This is fair and is made to induce practi cal poultrymen to give it a trial It Is also a sure preventive of such diseases as the terrible cholera and roup which I create such havoc in all parts of the country It acts directlylon the craw and gizzard and is a thoroughly scienti fic J preparationThe guarantee evfttyII package or refund the purchase money I If your druggist dont sell American t Poultry Mixture hes behind the age I In thatGaaeorder direct from American Manufacturing Co Terre Haute lad j I Rob Peter Jo pay Paul that Is what they do whotake stimulants for weak I nerves HoodeiSarsaparllla gives true nerve strength M BLACK LANQSHANQSI A Prize Article Seven Contestants Spirited Contest was o A rOQTE IN ARMIXS HOME JOURNAL The Black Langshans were admitted to the American Stand of Perfection in 1883 They are of the Asiatic elate and the smallest of this breed of fowls the Black Lansh nfl are noted for ex treme hardiness rapid growth early maturity and docility they bear con fiuement well and when allowed unlim ited pange are with the possible excep tion of the Game the best fonigers of the feathered trlbes very commenda ble characteristic In any breed of fowls as they will pick up their living about the farm As layers these birds rank among the best averaging 12 or 13 dozen eggs par annum They are not only very active but are remarkably Indus trloup and when given free range can take care of their brood almost without any assistance They lay the majority of their eggs duringthe fall andwinter season thus bringing up the balance side of the ledger while some other breeds are taking their annual vacation As I intimated above they are excellent fora gers and being good sitters and kindly disposed when leading a brood makes them an ideal fowl for the farm They are like their cousinsthe Cochins and the Brahmas have plenty of feathers on their feet and leg which makes them peculiarly adapted to this climate for they are comfortable when their bare foot rivals are standing around with frozen feet- Another feature that adds very much to the popularity the Black Lan hane is their color as they are not easily sighted by hawks and when attacked on the range while leading a brood they will defend their brood to the last ex tremity Disease rarely over attacks these fowls andon account of their color they are admirably adapted to the city lot as their plumage does not show dirt They are not only great layers of rich brown eggs which are no much desired by the consumers but their table qualities are superior to many as their flesh is white and finegrained very juicy and well flavored There are two varieties of Langhani the Black and the White but the Black la the most popular in fact no breed of fowls except the Barred Ply month flocks have forged to the front under more disadvantages and holds as high a place in the esteem of the farmer as well as the fancier and has won their popularity with more remarkable rapid ity than the Black Langsbans It has won this popularity on its merits and on account of its many excellent qualities it may retain the high position it has wonIf I were asked to suggest a breed of fowls to be kept on the farm and have free range and be required to pick up their living about the barnyard to roost in trees and protect themselves against owls hawks foxes and all goers and comers I would suggest the Black Langshaii After referring with pride to some of the many excellent quantities of the Black Langflhan we now come to the last point of excellence which is beauty and it can be truthfully said there was never a more beautiful fowl admitted to the standard Behold the purebred Black Langshan cock as he stands in all his magnificence and grandeurI His plumallelsthemarvelofblsbeautybe ing a rich black glossy color showing a beautiful green sheen which stamps him with the indelible marks of royalty for It is not duplicated by any other breed of fowls and Is found only in the pure bred Lantphan His proud carriage and stately bearing presents the appearance of a military commander and he steps around with an air that seems to say I am monarch of all I survey The standard weight of the cock is 10 pounds hen seven pounds cockerel eight pounds pullet six pounds ORIAN VALE A L Bsndy and sister Miss Ada will enter college at Irvington next week Miss Eva Schindler and brother Ben were the guests of Mlsa Uarnett L vers 8aturdaynlghtW family regret very much to hear of the sad fate of their brother Bob Stuart of Texas Kudo1Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It artificiallydigests tho food and aids Nature in ettengthenino and recon structing tho exhausted digestive organs It Is thelatcatdl coverd digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It In stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn latuce Sour Stoplach Nab- B1ckfeadachoGaetralgfaCrampe ana all other results ol Imperfect digestion Prica Me and it pRrge Jrtcontala 8Httooa- am ila Book aU ab p toilfrid free Prepared by E C DtWITf A CO Chicago For sale by A B Fishier Oloverport The woman who puts her head in the lions mouth seems the type of reckless women But she iant Tlhee really reckless woman Is the one who braves Nature day after day by neglect of the health of the delicate womanly organs Crime and punishment blos som on one stem says Emerson When the cycle of selfneglect is complete it includes the pains and sufferings which are the inevitable penalties inflicted by outraged Nature The drain which today is counted an Inconvenience becomes in succeeding days a horrible and offensive stigma The passing depression of an hour grows into a permanent mel ancholyThe use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription will save young women from suffering as it will cure those who martyrsafterbearingdowntion or inflammation should delay an Prescriptionheals ninetyeight per cent of all who give it a fair trial It contains no opium cocaine or other narcotic I was tempted to try your medicines after seeing the efleat upon ray mother writes Mrs Flora Am of Dallas Jackson Co Mo At gTeatlybotheredsome drain which rendered me very weak and unfit for work of any kind I became w thin there was nothing left of me but skin and bone DIy husband came alarmed and pot me a bottle of Favorite Prescription After he saw the wonderful effects of that one he got me two more and after I used those up there was no more paIn and I began to gain In aeab- very rapidly I believe I weigh twice as much at I did then and can do all of my work Ithink I owe all praise to Dr Pierce and his woa dcrful curative medicines sptdallyadapted Three from Sandy Hill went to Bran denburg last week to stand the exami n ation for county graduates They were A L Bandy and sister Miss Ads and Joe Schindt I am glad to say they met with success and may that word be their motto until they reach the top most round of the ladder of fame is the wish of their many friends here Our school closed last Monday with a nice treat by the teacher Mies S Es telle Elder The pupils are loath to give Her up for she has endeared her self to them and been successful in all her undertakings We hope to procure her for tho next term SAND CAVE FLAT Success to prohibition 1 Al Whitworth will build a new house Mrs B Lay was the guest of Mrs L R Adkisson last Friday Miss Nannie Lay is visiting her brother B Lay and sister Mrs Ellen Roberts We understand that Mr and Mrs Tom Squires of Sample contemplate moving to Oloverport They will be missed in the community in which they reside Oar best wishes will follow them wherever they may go Misses Zelma Lay and Goes Best stood the examination for diplomas att Har dinsburg last week and each one made an excellent grade We extend congratulation Miss Tulu Daniels paper in tho last weeks issue of the NEWS was worthy of every Christian readers prayerful con sideration Go preach my gospel to every creature was the divine Injunc tion and even in our own fair land there are many who never hear the gospel and many worldly minded Christians who seem to care more for the praise of the world than for the salvation of souls RAYMOND Six moro weeks of winter The groundhog saw his shadow Friday It is rumored that one of our fairest young ladles Is to be married soon Born to the wife of J F Olaycomb the 14th of January a fine boyanother DemocratAleck Hendry has returned from Louisville on acount of illness Mrs Georgia Hardin has been visit lug in Louisville for sometime Mrs R 0 Jones of Louisville who has been at the bedside of her sister Mrs Olaycomb returned to her home SaturdayMrs E Mercer bas been suffering with la grippe for the past two weeks Mr and Mrs J F Claycomb wish to express their many thanks to their friends for the close attention given to Mrs Olaycomb during her illness The members cf Walnut Grove church met yesterday and caned Brother Lewis for another year They know how to appreciate a good pastor Me D Otthman who bas been tak ing a great interest in politics seems extremely baopy over thikvictory of Goebel He bad never green up the hope of his being Governor Mr Bush Stiff of Missouri Is visiting his parents and relatives at this place Bush is as young and handsome as ever Any one wishing fire accident or health policies will do well tocaU on J F Claycomb Lodibnrg Misses Mymla and Cordelia Oashman have been visiting Miss OlHeAvitt the past tA o weeks A world of comfort lies Li the one tWeet word wife o 1 i I ngfonPeopleI Are BeggingI For health instead ofa burdensome school tax No use of the state and local health boards threatening ua doctors with penalty in section 2055 Kentucky statute IfIl visitation of typhoid fever resulted primarily from an impure milk and butter supply If thecows are permitted to stand all day on the manure bank in the centre of our town and fill up on such filth we may ex pect cholera this year I SAID IT AND I SAY IT AGAIN 1 Ask Sheriff Gardner or the Methodist preacher if it is true manufacturePURE BUTTER qualityTheni on KyLAKELAND Agents on salary of 1500 per week andexpenses the greatest agent seller eyer produced every tock and poultry raiser buys It on sight Hustlers wanted Reference Address with stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind TOBINSPORT IND J 0 Ryan went to Oannelton last Thursday E H Groves of Rome Tad was here two days last week Sam Hayden and Chester Polk were in Cannelton last Saturday i Mrs Alice Taylor who was very sick last week is much improved Rev J Ed Murr and wife came down from Rome Saturday and returned Mon day Miss Nellie Payne who has lad a se vere attack of pneumonia is improving slowly Mr Hall of Rome attended the Quarterly meeting services here last Saturday and Sunday Miss Sarah Ahl of Moweaqua III is expected to arrive here this week to be the guest of relatives and friends A part of the Quarterly meeting ser vices were with held owing to the ab sence of the presiding elder J E Steele Willis Clarke of Hancock county Ky was here last Monday and purchased a fine Jersey cow from J Riley Polk for 10J D Cockrell and family returned home last Saturday from Arkansas where they have been spending the winterThe Steamer Raymond Horner and tow were tied up at our port last Satur day cleaning boilers and repairing ma chinery She had in tow two large barges laden with New Orleans rrolass ea Tried Five Doctors Mrs Frances L Sales of Missouri Val ley la writes I had severe kidney trouble for years bad tried five doctors without benefit but three bottles of Fo leys Kidney Cure cured meMoor man Owen VICTORIA Wheat looks well Mort Pumpbery is on the sick list this weekEd Ouster and Will Inmpbrey were guests here last week M L B McCubblns attended a dance here last week Miss Addle Friel spent several days last week with her cousins Misses Mon nie and Maud Banner James Orenshaw is living at the home of his motherinlaw Mrs James Beayin Born Jan 30th to the wife of James Glllans a fine boy GREGORY + col2 LUMBER I I Doors Sash Laths Shingles Lime Cement Hay nixed Feed Fertilizer Blunt Wagtaf JL B Eeoflng t tsoeFA- RM FOR SALE A farm of 127acreslocated in tho river bottom on the L H sit St L R IL one mile below Howard Station and two miles below the thriving town of West Point and 20 miles from Louisville 120 acres ofcleared land and in a good state of cultivation most of it in Meadow The remaining 7 acres in timber All of this farm in the bottom and under wire fence Good water and tenant house with 4 Iponii and sta blot Thic landYightia the midst of the natural gas region and would mae a dee1rablehome Price 985 per acre Any other information wauted addreea g DITTO Long Branch Ky FOR SALE t DrugStore Owing to illhealth I havess decided to sell my entire stock comprising 4J DrugsrGroceries and Notions 44- I have a firstclass trade in all especially Drugs Any reference desired call on HeatRichardson Drug Co Louisville Ky jfrontj dinsburg K- yJAEAWITT 50W- oyNN4 MJL CRCWS N DEALERS I- NAgricultural NII i ijjt i t j i Implementst3i it f 11Wagon and your to order wants Plow 1 f and we will quo t iQ you a very low 1 1WESELL ej t Deerinr Harvesting Mac Deerlnz Twine and OIl n BlrdiaHClyer Unites biniti Enjlaei Threshers and r Empire Wheat and Corn jjImperial Pomp Plow and Wagon sadDuerrHay Tools CsrrlfKand tames iSub Doors and Blinds 2 Wan Taper Paints and Oils i aoo4 1 Farm orpaehl11d- 1 o 4 tt Awes Per Atn390 in Ballard County 30 00 18001491n 120 inU U 30 W 240 inU 11 k 5350 22 in II 6000i tl 18102Hn39 iin II 0 ss OO u 60 inu II 10 Of 100 in OrittendeaCosntyo 8Kfc 112 in Breckenridge County 14 00 87 in Henry untViT nn4000i105 in Weakle unfvTeI 12 75 80 in Oblon Runty Teas 36 00 e All of the fume above ianUoBedai r c- offered for satisfactory reuoni price and terms arttWorthrof 1ImsV veetlgatlon and 6M r + seeking homes all of these fats are fairly well improved good veil aie i ana8ltpatetilntI10 beat wheat ears sadt- ebacco JtioIDgcti9nJtfthf Jto v Any one contemplating the jHirwa p icoMPletf BA PARKS Y 1 ReaIBetitaaaLIInAgeitlv J- Morganfield KIr DeWitti JIirlyl2ldit2 theblodd diver llliMe rs pauea tlivertroubles1 i LII Y G l n IJ I tifi l tr L g