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II Lli i1 J r i a rI 1 1 H l 1 1 tJtJI I ijj- YI jIjtti- f I- iI I jI f j C CM I r yla a x I t I tvtl jir r ffY 4 ro A rot rot tv tI i- r r 1 i II 0101 01 01 01 01 011111111 II 8 PAGES s6 COLUMNS 010111 0110 I NEWS TS TO PRINT VOL XXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY 1900 NO 34 VINOTON ALL RIGHT Whiskey Knocked out by a Ma jority of Twenty Wednes day February 28th MANY DEMONSTRATIONS OF JOY IBVIN TON KY March 1st 1000 EDI TOB NKWK Our Local Option Cam paign closed yeeterday IoWe met the enemy and they are ours The good people of our beautiful little town of Ir- vington voted against open saloons by twenty majority The town almost went wild Bella on all the churches were rung long and loud and people ran together rejoicing over the glorious victory gained for temperance The engineer at our larger prosperous flouring mill blew sever a1 long blasts from the whistle in honor of the great triumph over the open sa loonThis great victory was brought about by prayer and faithful work and work ers Services wero held at the Baptist and Methodist churches Rev J 0 Lewis preached a very timely and im pressive aarmon last Sunday and there was a sermon at the Methodist church on Monday night and a lecture at the same church on Tuesday night our good brother and earnest wprker W B Rutledge who has with his townsman Mr H V Harris our most sincere and grateful thanks for their grateful and ef fective services rendered Tuesday night at the colored Methodist church the fol lowing bethern conducted services Revs Rutledge Lewis and Mall Messrs Harris and Coleman Our railroad men votsd almost solidly against whiskey All honor to them Then our merchants rendered valuable services not only In voting bat by timely work and closing their stores two nights and that too possibly at a loss We truly have a fine set of merchants here Then Our ladies deserye very great honor for loving prayerful service And last but not least our colored friends who did so nobly They pre sented almost a solid vote against whiskey They only voted but worked hard all day Wo feel justly proud of our colored voters But while we have gained this won derful victory we intend to press the fight against the enemy until our community la free from the thralldom of strong drink There is a growing sentiment all over the state in favor of prohi bition and the time ia not far distant when prohibition wilt carry not only in Kentucky but all over our country Then we will be a nation whose God is the Lord and a people He hath chosen for his own inheritance A brighter better day ia dawning and the youth of our land will be saved from the awful curse of strong drink God bless Irvington and all who in any way Mooted in the fight for God Home aad Nallve Land Truly A L Mell Pastor of the Methodist church Irving ton Ky I was nearly dead with dyspepsia tried doctors yislted mineral springs sad grew worse I used Kodol Dyspep SfaCnre That cured me It digests what you eat Cures indigestion sour Stomach heartburn and all forms of dy spepsU A R Fisher A W Hayes Opes to Missouri The Blue Earth MM Post says A W Hayes local editor of the Register leaves this Wednesday noontor Monette Mo having been summoned there to accept a position aa baggaga master on passenger runing from Monette Mo to St Louis Mr Hayes haamade many friends during bia stay IB Blue Earthwho regret his departure yet join The Post in him upon his good fortune and extending best wishes of future sueceae t 1ALMOST WELL iJ JO Pate qt alee county was in town Vlast week He says that hii little aogh- ter Maude and Bon James vjho were aocideuUly allot some time ago are doing s lyand atealmost prelI t Children often inherit feeble diseeUve power Said colic of a store or lees i character results when food is whUkfeat all difHcnlltordivestI- TZf8OiZEAM VERMIFUGE acts as a gHwal and Tee utFttt60eeate J a- u e r C t i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSI SERMON I AT HARDINSBURQ Successful Ices and Large at The Countys Capital Last Sunday night true evangelist Rev John M Crowe delivered his farewell sermon to the congrfgatiou at tho M E Church Hardlnsburc where he had been preaching day and night for two weeks The people feel that they have been highly favored with the sermons from Mr Crowe as he ini undoubtedly one of tho finest onlplt orators In the State During his stay there he was assisted in his work by the regular pastor Rev F M Petty and also by the pastors of tho other churches Revs A II Davis and MooreThe work of these men for tho past two weeks has been productive of much gopd Some of the best men who have heretofore not taken any interest in the church have professed religion and joined the church There was in fact a general religious stir and the commu nity is on a high moral ground On Monday night Mr Crowe delivered his lecture The Tell Talu Tick of Time to a large audience at the city hall He be gins a meeting in this city next Sunday Couldnt help getting a cold never curs it but carrying home a bottle of BALLARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP and using it aa directed will cure the worst kind of cough or cold Price 25 and 60 cents A Relic Mr John D Keith of this city has in his possession a Bible which was the property of Elder Benjamin Kaith his grandfather Mr Keith says It Is over seventyfive years old and the presorva tlon of it is perfect Elder Keith was of Virginia stock He always had a large circuit and carried the Bible now in his grandsons possession Appriclates the News Ronsalau Bruner of Preston in renew lug his subscription to the news says that this paper is much appreciated in his borne Dig Tobacco Dealer Milton Tate of Kirk made a call at the news office Tuesday morning Mr Tate is superintendent of the tobacco depart of the progressive firm of Sheeran Bros at that place He says that they have bought 140000 pounds of tobacco 125000 pounds of which are already in their warehouse where it Is being reo handled and dried Dr Bulls Cough Syrup prevents pneumonia or Inflr nation of the Tangs This celebrated remedy will cure a cough or cold promptly It Is the best medicine for all klndi of IUDB trouble and coiti but 15 Cents bottle REV DONALD Rey Donald McDonald of Shelby vllle the synodical evangelist of Kentucky preached two excellent sermons at the Presbyterian church Sunday He announced services at that church for Saturday March 10 by a new minister which services will probably result in the call of a permanent pastor Rev McDonald Is one of the most de lightful speakers who visit this town and his audience ia always a large and atten tive one He Is an earnest consecrated worker and has done for the church here much rood spiritually and financially A Musical Program Saturday afternoon Mies Schull waa entertained for an hour with a musical program arranged by her pupils The committee in charge was composed of Addle Louise Babbage Donald Murray and Tom Ferry and right well was each part assigned performed KILLED BY A TREE Scott DeLong was Struck by a Fall- Ing Limb From Which be Soon Died GLBNDBANE Kv March 5th Special Scott DeLong an employee of the Dean Tie Co was felling a tree a few miles from hero Friday afternoon A limb fell upon hia head rendering him unconscious till late In the evening when he died Ills remains were shipped by the Dean Tie Co to his former home Laity Ohio yesterday morning Protracted Services Rev J M Crowe One of the leading ministers of Lexington will conducf the services at the Methodist church for two weeks beginning Sunday moaning Mar the 11thIEveryone ia cordially invited to attend preacherin SWINEBREEDERS Of Kentucky Will Hold Their Spring Meeting at Irving ton April 10th D C Heron and 0 A Foote Local Committee A meeting of the Executive Commit tee of the Kentucky Swine Breeders Association Wild held at the office of the FAIUIKKS HOME JOURNAL last Monday Feb 10 1000 Members present were President K M Smith Oaldwell Norton J 0 Hibbaaud Secretary M W Neal Thu President stated that the principal business before the committee was the selection of a program for the spring institute ineetlrgto beheld at Irvington Breckenridge county April 10 1900 After dlecueelDg various subjects the following was agreed upon and the speakers assigned as named 1 Have Farmers Hogs Been Im proved If eo 14 the Improvement Due to the Farmer or to the Professional Breeder John Dean Glendean KyGeneral Discussion Frank X Rapier New Haven Ky 2 What Balanced Ration Is the Best Considering Home Grown Products OnlyU F Work New Washington IndGeneral DlecuesionDr P W Foote Irvington Ky 3 At What Ago Should a Hog be Marketed to Insure the Greatest Net ProfltO L Beard Hardineburg Discussion M Lyddan Webster Ky 4 Proper Care and Feed for the Brood Sow a Month Before and a Month After L Nowlin Guil- ford Iud- Genaral Discussion Amoa W Har ris Flournoy Ky 5 The Difference in the Development of the Breeding Boar in the Hands of the Farmer and in the Hands of tha Breeder and WhyCaldwell Norton Louisville General Discussion LaFayette Green Falls of Rough Ky 6 Value of PureBred Hogs for the Market OnlyW 0 Hibbs Vine Grove Ky- General DlscuwonRM Smith Shelbyvllle Ky The following subjects were suggested for short voluntary general discussions- At What Age Does a Brood Sow Cease to be Profitable At What Age do You Wean the Disinfectant do You Use The Importance of Grading aa to Swe Before Feeding for Market Mr D 0 Heron of Irvington appointed to select hogs for the score pOUt and ho is requested to secure as near to Irvington as practicable a creditable of the Berkshire PolandChina DurocJersey and Chester White breeds and have them at the score pen on day of meeting- G A Foote and D 0 Heron were appointed a committee to make all nec essary arrangements for the meeting such as securing room for the meeting preparing score pen etc Persuant to a resolution passed at the last annual meeting of the Association directing the Executive Committee to select five licensed expert judges whom this Association would recommend to the fair associations of the State for employment as expert judges of swine at their several fairs the committee named the following gentlemen H L Nowlin Guilford Ind R L Bratton New Roes Ind R M Smith ShelbyvIlle Ky Caldwell Norton Louisville Ky and H Z Churchill Elizabethtown Ky It was decided that the question of adopting some fair as the State fair swine this year would be taken Up and determined at the April meeting at Irvington and fair associations are re quested to send anch propsitiona as they wish to make on the subject to Secretary M W Neal at Louisville or to attend and present them at the meeting at of the committee each pledge themselves to bring to the April meeting at least one new name for +membership wlthl for annual dues and every member of the Association is urged to do likewise There being no further business the committee adjourned i AN AQED CHRISTIAN Mrs Catherine KIncheloe Dies at Her Home at Hardlnaburg Wed nesday Feb 28th HABDINSDURO KYilarch 5th Special Mrs Catherine KIncheloe the widow of Judge Jesse W KIncheloe passed away at her residence in this city last Wednesday after a brief illness Death was caused from pd age Mrs Kincheloe was 86 years bid She and Judge Ktncliploo were married in 1841 and had five children Marcus L Ada line M Eskridge Kate G Stith Ellen wife of A X Kincheloe and Allen M Kincheloe She was a member of the M E church in which she had lived a devoted Christian life for many years Two Popular Visitors Misses Jennie Storett Of Evauavllle and Jessie Reynolds of Fordsville ar rived Suuday to visit Miss Mamie De Haven These young ladles have visit od here before when they have made many friends who are happy to welcome them again The Ladles Reading Club The Ladies Reading Club met at the home of Mrs A R Fisher Thursday afternoon There were many members present and a delightful afternoon was enjoyed by all Mrs D H Severs will entertain the club tomorrow afternoon The Newest Ribbons for the Waist The ribbon manufacturers have made their spring ribbons very soft in texture so that the bows may be of either one or several shades crushed together like a chouxor cabbage rosette to decorate the left side of the corsage or the front of the soft belt Taffeta Is the weave and in fancy lines the hemstitched and corded effects are rampant in one color and with white on any shade All tints are light and in looking over a sample book strawberry red light baby and pastel blues cream black and delicate green show up to the exclusion of other tints Beautiful sashes and neckties have at each end a flower design in velvet effect and below this adeep silk fringe The sashes are to be worn on thf left at the front and the ties form a collar and bow with long ends Teninch shot taffeta ribbon in white and colors will be worn in the same manner March Ladles Home Journal A Lunclibox Party The Christian Endeavor society of the Christian church gave a lunchbox party at the home of Mr and Mrs Till man Pauley Thursday evening March 1 Each young lady had prepared a lunch for two which was daintily packed and sold to a young The boxes were bought by numbers the young man thus choosing companion for the evening There was a large crowd present and the evening was a great success Title society will probably give another enter tainment in the near future at the home of Mrs Thoa Bohler Marriage at Addison Claude Dowell and Miss Blanch Jas per of Addison were married at that place Sunday afternoon by Rev T V Joiner Happy Alvin Simons the genial clerk at Sal zera la the happy father of a fine bounc- Ing girl She arrived Saturday night and both mother and child are doing well Fine Large toy A ten and onehalf pound boy made its appearance at the home of Mr and Mrs John OOonnell Saturday night Sold Cattle For 250 Shelby Ford one of Fordsville best farmers and stock raisers sold two short horn cows and calves to Judge Boss of Rusaellville for 250 IT WAS LOADED Charley Trav has a Narrow Escape From Death The Pistol was Thought to be Empty GLINDEANB KY March 5th Special Sunday afternoon some young colored fellows were fooling with a pistol Of course they thought it empty and as harmless as a dove It was snapped within a few Inches of the head of one known as Charley Trav a boy who works for D 0 Moorman A 88 pistol ball and Charleys bead came in contact When the excitementwas over It was found that the skull was too much for the bail It came to a stand still after plowing under skin some distance Dr Dempster cut itout the boy unflinching ly submitting to the operation Chas TtvfGiendeanea lateethero MATRIMONIAL Marriage at Lewlsport Mr Eli Howe and MisaTishie Patter son of Lewlsport were married last Wednesday night at the Methodist church at that place by Rev DeWitt They are very popularand widely known young people The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr John Patterson and is a beautiful and highly accomplished young lady Mr Howe is the son of the late A 0 Howe who was prominent in politics of that place for a number of years He is a very industrious and determined young man Mr and Mrs Howo passed through the city yesterday enroute to Paducab Owensboro Mes sOlger AustinPike We are indebted to the Elizabethtown News for the following Miss Anna Belle Pike one of the handsomest ladies of this city will be married on the 12th inst at the home of her grand mother Mre Mary Park to Mr M D Austin of Chicago Mr Austin is one of the best lecturers with the famous Stoddard Bureau In Our Own County S W Tucker and Mite Lizzie My Hall will be united in the bonds of ma trimony by Rev A H Davis at the new church at Cave Spring Breckenridge county March 13th at 730 p m No cards All friends Gazette A Naval Wedding Lieut Will Slack Montgomery U S N will be married this spring to Miss Emily Clarke Poore of New York state Miss Poore is the daughter of one of the leading bankers of New York city and is said to be a great belle We understand that she will visit Judge James Mont gomerys family some time next month Elizabethtown News NUPTIALS OF STUDE BAKEREDMUNDS Mr Joseph D Studebaker and Mies Fannie B Edmunda were married at 7 oclock Thursday morning in the parlor of the Commercial Hotel at Hardins burg by Rev Jno M Crowe M A of Lexington Ky The groom is the traveling salesman for the National Computing Scale Com pany Cleveland Ohio and lives at Log ansport Ind He bears a good name for Integrity and industry as do brothers who are excellent and successful business of Kokomo Ind The bride is ia cultured and beautiful woman of sub otantial qualities of character and be longs to one of the best families of Kentucky They met not long but at once Love took up the harp of life And smote on all the chords with might tremblingPassed In the presence of a few select friends their lives were united in nuptial love and they left immediately on a tour through the State visiting the grooms many friends and relatives Miss Edmunds is the sister of Mrs Mary Ford in charge of the brick hotel in Hardinsbnrg Ky where ia dispens ed an elegant hospitality to a select close of traveling guests Mr and Mrs Studebaker have the best wishes from many friends WEDDING AT FORDSY1LLE A Young Business man of Dundee Weds a Fordsville Belle Mr Byron Bean of Dundee and MItee Elizabeth R Sergent of Fordville are t be married at the residence of the bride at Fordsville to day at half past two oclock says the Hartford Herald of last week Mr Bean la one of Ohio county hustling young men haying clerked for Hines Co Fordsville for tome time He resigned his position there andre turned to his farm at Dundee Mia Serqent is the accomplished daughter of William H Sergent and one of society1 most lovable young ladies What is Fordsvlllei lose is Mr Beans gain for ia companion through life- Cenulne Rellgon The religion that makes people pay their debts the religion that keeps people from speaking ill of neighbors the religion thatmake no distinction between wealth and poverty the religion that makes men manly and women womanly the religion that Is a part of peoples every day life exemplified in kind deeds loving acts cheering words Is the religion that ia needed in the world todayDo the many ever stop to think of these things Handmade candles for sale at Dab bages u IoflJ4ASOWTEiN Makes the food more and mm POWM eo new vomc HARDINSBURGII Judge Ahl will hold quarterly court next Monday W E Brown of Irvington was here last Thursday Mrs Ford has had a telephone put in the brick hotel R N Miller came home from Frank fort last Saturday night Sam Board thinks of going to Colora do Springs in afew days The month of February was the cold est on the winter calendar- B F Beard Co are putting a cellar under their new wareroom Dr Milton Board has erect d telephone line from office to resdence You can find some choice fish and mackerel at the Eclipse Grocery during lentMrs William McGill of Spring Lick Grayson county was here last week vis iting relatives Dr Milton Board has his office in the rooms on the corner over JR John stons store room u Wm Duggins and Miss Rebecca Bur nett came up tromjGlendeanelastThurs day and were married by Judge Ahl The people of Hardinibnrg have been enjoying some floe pulpit oratory from RevJohn M Crowe for the post two weeksP Bjard has just returned from Louisville and Cincinnati where he bought a heavy stock of goods for the spring trade Robert Weatherford and Ed Goodman have been appointed by the county court to open new road from Har ned to Ephesus Rey A U Davis announced last Sun day night that he would begin a pro tracted meeting at church the first Sunday in April The Holding True Hearts Missionary society under the direction of Miss Irene Board will give a public entertainment at the church next Saturday evening FOR SALEI will expose at public sale to the highest bidder at my farm near flamed on Friday March 10 horses cattle farming implements household and kitchen furniture Ac Terms of sale will be made known on the day of sale Henry Horned Dr Bulls Cough Syrup conquers croup- at once cures the child and thus sues many lire Mothcri need not rear that dreadful disease II they have this reliable remedy at band It U told by all drugglstt for 15 cents TAR FORK Mr James Keenan who has been sick for some weeks is rapidly recover ingMr Martin Miller is making spokes in this neighborhood to fill a contract with the Kentucky Wagon Co On Saturday night before the 2nd Lords Day in March Elder H D Burch will deliver a lecture at Cave sprint church- I am glad that Oloverport has gained- a victory over the saloons I am and have been for years opposed to the whisky traffic and would be glad to know that the saloon had been banished from our county I was amused at the inconsistent of the Glendean correspondent two weeks ago when ho said in substance that he would not abuse anyone and in the next sentence used very abusive language I suppose the spirit was willing Put the flesh was weak- I want to say that I am much pleased with the News T think it lathe best paper of its class that I ever read It excel Is in every respect and is especially fair in politics It Is willing that all parties have a hearing and ia clear of political prejudice If all of the newspapers were clear of political prejudice us the News we would have better govern ment and for less turmoil bitterness and strife than we have under present condi tions The Ruling Passion And now said the minister cwe will sing Old Hundred11t Just as the announcement was made a brother in the amen corner commenced singing The Ninety and Nine Hold on there brother said the minister you aint In the store now theres no looff on these goodsI Atlanta Constitution ahL 11 118PAGES I 0i156 COLUMNS 011111 101110101 10 AZJL THE TAI FIT MARCH 7I by I not congratulating permiiietJOBic FAREWELL Congregations a MCDONALD KyGeneral FarrowingH PigSWhat was representative for IrvingtonThe man his InvitedGrayson his men ago 64KN61 POWDER I fjutwo delicious WhOlesoj life his the his a KIMBERLEYS VAST RICHES The Enormous Value of The Diamond Mines The Cecil Rhodes Syndicate Employ an Army of Men ALL ARE WELL CARED FOR Kimberley is tho diamond region of the world far surpassing the mines of Brazil in richness It Is not a city in the modern use of the word It is a great camp lu which mens passions rise and fall as the treasures of the earth are uncovered or not found The camp Isnwhat is called the Vaal Basin the wash ground of the river which divides the Tranevaal from the Orange Free State The first diamond discoveries there were made about 1870 but it was ten year later when Englishmen and others real Izod that tho spot was the most valuable of its kind in the world By 1881 the mines which had been opened had yielded gems to tho value of 20000000 By 1887 seven tons of diamonds had been taken out valued at 5250000000 This record placed the Brazil Jiatuond mines in tho shads and made Kimberley world wide in its fame The Cecil Roodes syndicate known as the De Beerscame into control of all the Thlnyndlcates interact at the rate of 5jj per cent per annum and au annual dividend of 20 per cent Sluce Cecil Rhodes came into control of the mines they have given out 2 500000 karats diamonds To get at these it has been necessary to wash 27000000 loads of blue earth In which they aro found In the working of then diamond mines thereare employed about 1500 white men and 0000 natives The greater proportion of these men are em ployed in tne De Beers and Kimberley mines the two biggest holes which greedy man has evar due into the earth The punishment for steallg a diamond ia fifteen years imprisonment All dia monds except those which pots through lllict channels are sent to England the weekly shipment averaging from 40 000 to 50000 karats The greatest out let for stolen diamonds is through the Transvaal to Natal whero they are shipped by respectable merchants It ia said of the Rhodes that they take good care of their workmen They have built a nice little village called Kenilworth within the precincts of the mines In this ere cottnges for the white workmen A club house has hero been built for their use and there is a public library The equipment of the mines is something re markable Each mine Las ton circuits of electric lamps They consist of fifty two arc lamp of 1000 candle power each and 091 glow lamps of 16 nnd 04 candle power each or a total illuminating power of about 04000 candles Tbtity telephones located in each mine andover 100 electric bells to each for signaling The lives of the workmen nre insured and every precaution is taken to make their condi tion toleriable The rate of wages runs trom 2 to 8 per day unskilled labor re relying too lower pries What tff ct the closing of tho mines by war will have on the world at large it will be hard to say Diamonds have already risen in price but there Is a Urge stock on in hand Eng flab and French hands Of course all ladob baa ceased at Kimberley and if the Boers get into tho minpa they may win rich prizes A Doutful Victory How is your brother TommyIII in bed miss hes hurt himself How did he do that We were playing at who could lean furthest out the window and he won Tid Bile A Dinner Party Miss AHIonaMnrray entertained Jhe following quests at dinner Sunday Dr anti Mrs Forest Lightfoot Miwee Hambletoaend t p eft rhea Jt tit- ia I ff 2 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1900 I BRECKENRIDGE NEWS L An Coireloome VUltor J While camped in tho Wallapal mountnlDB recently there came to my camp from off the Santa Fo Pacific an English overland tourist and after passing the usual salutations and greetings the stranger proposed to join the desert express train of burros and try bis luck prospecting The first camp was mado at Maggie Springs where stood an old miners cabin In the morning ho proposed to help cook breakfast and built a rousing fire In the old fireplace of the cabin and started to fry the bacon All at once a startled expression came from the em bryo cook and turning quickly I die covered a largo king snake sizzling In the trying pan The chimney getting hot had dislodged his snakeshlp and down be came Into tbo bot grease Yuma A T Sun A nemnrknlile Dalldlnir The tabernacle at Salt Lake City Is In respect to Its acoustic properties the most remarkable place of worship In the world It Is constructed to hold 23000 people yet It Is possible for a person standing at one end to distinct ly hear the sound of a pin dropped Into a hat at the other a test of Its curious power to convey sound wblch Is offered to every stranger who Is shown over the building A Perfect Gentleman So you proposed to Miss Do Vero exclaimed Miss Cayenne Yes answered Willie Washington yesterday evening What did she say I dont remember I heard her tell a friend she was going to see how many proposals she could get tbls sea son and I thought It would only bo po Ute of me to help out Washington Star The longest canal In the world Is the Eric In New York extending from Al bany to Buffalo a distance of 381 miles The cost of construction was J52WO 800 It takes but a minute to overcome tick ling In the throat and to stop a cough by tbi use oC One Minute Cough Cure Thin remoIy quickly cures all forms of tbront and lung troubles Harmless and plereantto take It prevents consump Hon A famous specific for grippe and its alter efiectA It Fisber The Emergency Cleric- I ran across a clerk here who Is worth his weight In gold or at least in gold bricks said a guest at one of tbo hotels If I was In business In New Orleans I would get that man If I had to chloroform awl abduct him The way I discovered his merits was this I was standing In a store down the street waiting for lilY wife tode chic what she didnt want when a tailor made girl walked up and asked to see borne golf clubs The young man behind the counter showed her several and In a few moments she found ono that suited her and went away with It under her arm I Are there many players In New Orleans l I asked after she hall gone I Oh yes quite a numberI replied the clerk affably I have you golf links here I con tinued getting Interested A look of real pain crossed tho young mans face I am sorry ho said very sorry lint the fact Is wo sold our last golf links this morning However we have ordered a new stock he added brightening up and they will be here In a few days Which did you wish the plain or theerfan- cy links A clerk like that Is beyond price sir perfectly Invaluable Ccn years hence I expect to find him a merchant prince New Orleans TimesDemo crat TIe Irlcc of Ailmlinlon Mrs Smyth looking up from her pa per What does It menu In the Wash ington news when It speaks of tho lower house Mr Smyth That means the house of representatives The senate Is higher Mrs Smyth How Is It higher Do you mean that It costs more to get there Philadelphia Record Mr J Sheer Sednlia Mo saved his chills lift by One Minute Cough Cure Doctors hail ulyen her up to die with croup Its an infallible cure for coughs coMn grippe pneumonia bronchitis and throat aud lung troubles Relieves at one A K Fisher Slather Cold Illooilea or tin liivikH ur infantry there Is no Im hut there are sonic simple rules for the Individual foot soldier to remember when lost In the chaos of battle If you cannot bayonet your enemy shoot him If lie goes away aim nt tho base of his spine lInt do not let your attention be distracted from business by the consideration that other people are making a mark of you It Is your duty to kill the highest possible number of those opposed to you not to save your own sklnUow Soldiers Fight by F NorrcysConncll DWHta LUlle Early Risers purify the blood clean tuft liver invigorate the system Famous liver pills for consti pation and liver troublrA R Fisher The Ruling 1nmtlon Wife who has been out shopping all dayoh dear how tired and hungry I ami Husband Didnt you havo any luncheon In town 1 VlfoA plato of soup only I didnt feel that I could afford to have more Husband Did you find the hat you wanted Wlfo Ob yes It Is a perfect dream John and It only coat 28CoUler Weekly flow Kaffir Bank TIieJr Mouer The natives of that part of South Africa which to d great extent Is In habited by bushmen and Hottentots have a peculiar system of banks and banking These Kaffirs among whom this curl ous system of banking obtains live near ICaffrarla In the south of the Colony country Tho natives come down south from their country to trade In tho several villages and towns In large numbers and then return to Kaf frarla From those who trade of their own number they select one who for tbo occasion Is to bo their banker He Is converted Into a bank of deposit by putting all tho money of those whose banker he Is Into a bag and then they sally forth to tho stores to buy whatever they want When an article Is purchased by any of those who are In this banking ar rangement the price of the article Is taken by tho banker from this deposit money bag counted several times and then paid to tho seller of tho article after which all the bank depositors cry out to the banker in the presence of the two witnesses selected You owe me so much This Is then repeated by the witnesses Tho gen eral accounting comes between the banker and his several depositors when all desired purchases have been made after which all tho natives deport for their northern wilds Teaching Etiquette Madam he began as the door open ed I am selling a new book on Eti quette and Deportment Oh you are she responded Go down there and clean the mud off your feetl Ycsm As I was saying maam I am eel Take off your bat Never address a strnngo lady at her door without removing your hat Ycsm Now then as I was say IngTake your hands out of your pock ets No gentleman ever carries his hands there Ycsm Now maam this work on EtI Throw away your pipe If a gentleman uses tobacco ho Is careful not to disgust others by the habit Yesm Now niaam In calling your attention to this valuable Walt Put that dirty handkerchief out of sight and uso less grease on your hair In the future Now you look a bit decent You have a book on Eti quette and Deportment Very well I dont want It I nm only tho servant girl Go up the stops to the front door and talk with the lady of the house She called me a downright outright nodoubtaboutlt Idiot tbls morning and I think the book youre selling Is Just what she requires Two Anweri Not long ago a Boston clergyman ro ceived an evening call from an elderly man and woman who expressed a wish to be joined In the bonds of matrimony then and there have you ever been married be tore asked the clergyman of the man an honest eyed weather beaten person of seafaring aspect Never and never wanted to bo before was the prompt reply And have you eve been waffled before the question came to tho wo manNo sir she replied with equal promptness nnd with a touch of hUe mar that appealed to the clergyman at once she added I never had a chanceJ The marriage ceremony was speedily performed and the clergyman refused to take any fee telling the bride with a twinkle In his eye that it had been n privilege to officiate which he would have been sorry to miss Youths Companion Agent on salary of 1500 per week and expenses the greatest agent seller eyer produced every lock and poultry raiser buys it on sight Hustlers wanted Reference Address with stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind She Hcnril It The surpllccd choir hind done Its duty for the evening service But all during the church hours there had been a peculiar sound outside as If a child were crying In reality It was something the matter with the organ It could bo heard distinctly In the auditorium of the church When the choir sang tho recessional and marched slowly out of the church Into the dressing rooms one of the young ladles among the sopranos asked the woman who takes care of the robes Did you hear that awful squeaking out bores Yes Indeed mum I could almost understand the words And nothing more was said on the subject Detroit Free Press Miss Annie E Gunning Tyro Mich says I suffered a long time with dv Bpepsia lost flesh and bccamo very weak Kodol Dyspepsia Cure complete ly cured me It digests what you cat and cures all forms of stomach troubles It never falls to give imnifdlata relief in the worse castt It Fisher load Cheer Now tell me doctor candidly Is there anything really the matter within wlfo Yes Her vocal cords are sadly at fected Im afraid she may lose her voiceSay drop In on your way back from the office and oliat awhile will you Things have been going badly with mo lately and Its 60 comforting to hear you talk Chicago TimesHerald To Stop a Cold After exposure or when yon feel n cold coming on take a dose of Foleys Honey and Tar It never falls to stop a cold if taken intime Moorman Owen A R Da Fluent editor of the Journal Doyloatown Ohio suffered for a number of years from rheumatism In his right shbqlder and side He says My right arm at times was entirely useless I tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and was surprised to receive relief almost immediately The Pain Balm has been a constant companion of mine ever since and it never falls For sale by A R Fish er Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens port Canned n Slight Family Jar Maria did you read about that Phil adclphla woman who was cured of her mental troubles by fasting 45 days I believe such n treatment would cure that unhappy temper of yours Yes It would ninUt mi angel of me Is that what you voaJ like John BI1 lusrEl irro A Strong Hint Harry wanted to give Lucy n birth day present but could not make up his mind what It should be so the host time he called ho frankly told her the difficulty under which he was laboring Want to make me a present Har ryf exclaimed Lucy In well coupter felled astonishment Why Harry you forget yourself I Harry took the hint and offered him self on the spot W L Yancy Paducah Ky writes I bad a severe case of kidney disease and three of tno best physicians in Southern Kentucky treated me without success I was induced to try Foleyi Kidney Care The first bottle gave im mediate relief and three bottles cured me permanently I gladly recommend this wonderful remedyMoorman Owen Soldiers Avoid the Dean I have noticed said the old soldier that there Is ono vegetable which tho veterans of the civil war religiously avoid That Is the bean It proved a very staying article but after we had campaigned on It from Shiloh to Nash ville and from Antletnm to the Wilder ness wo were ready to cry Enoughl I understand It Is used but sparingly In the kitchens of soldiers homes It will take another generation to rehabil itate this vegetable in the affection of tim American people New York Mall and Express One Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy I ever uned for coughs and colds It is unequalled for whooping cough Children all like It writes H N Will lams Geutryvillo Ind Never fails It is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results Cures coughs colds hoarseness croup pneumonia bronchitis and all throat nnd lung troubles Its early use prevents consumption A R Fisher Enar to Dent Hotel Hotel men give out that they warn each other by circulars about dead beats said the slick looking man with the high bat but dont you let that stop you If you want to live high for a week Few men like to publish the fact that they have been dono up Its the easiest thing In the world to beat a first class hotel All you want Is a good suit of clothes and plenty of check A grip with a few shirts and collars Is as good as a trunk You drive up In style you register to get the best room In the house you bulldoze the clerks and threaten tho servants A checkbook Is a good thing to show but you pay for nothing You talk In a loud voice you mako plenty of kicks and you order the best wines for dinner Lands but tfto whole staff of the house will fall over each other to mako It pleasant for youl You dont pay the first weeks bill On tho con trary you are Indignant and demand an apology When the second week Is due your drafts havo not come You will bo worked out of the house but with gentleness and apologies They dont want a row and they dont want notoriety Youll bo forgiven It youll only go and If you take up your quarters for the next two weeks right across the street no ono from the hotel will give you away When a man beats us wo like to see him beat our neigh bor you know Its nice and genteel work with no kicks or hard times nnd there is always room for one more In the profession Detroit Journal Carried Her Point nnd Pet It Is said by a cynic of tho mascu line gender that a man never yields when ho knows ho Is In tho right nor a woman when she Is equally certain she Is In the wrong In an Amsterdam avenue car the other day while tho conductor was forward collecting fares a woman followed by a largo English bulldog entered and seated herselfMadam said the conductor dogs are not allowed In these cars- I am going to Fiftyseventh street Hero Is my fare was the answer I cannot take It madam It Is as much as my position Is worth to let that dog ride In this car Here Is my fare 1 must enforce the rule It would be better to get off quietly otherwise I shall havo to call an officer Ive taken tho dog In these cars be foreOnly dogs that can be carried are allowed to rldo In these cars Come darling get In mothers lap she said to the beast and after consid erable effort she succeeded In drag ging darling upon her knees She flashed a look of scorn at tho con ductor and exclaimed Now arent you ashamed of yourself Now York Herald I PERFECT Coppe Plated Alititeel LeversI IleamCidalogue LAST FOREVER SCALES I eaareu JOHE or BIQHAMTOrl DINCHMTON U YI TIle Parlitan WET It must be hard for tho un traveled AngloSaxon to grasp tho Idea that a poet can without loss of prestige recite his lines In a public cafe before a mix ed audience If such doubting souls could however be present at ono of these noctes nmbroslanne they would quickly realize that the Latin temperament can throw a grace and childish abandon around an act that would cause an Englishman or an American to appear supremely ridiculous Ones taste or sense of fitness is never shocked It seems the most natural thing in the world to bo sitting there with your glass of beer before you while some rising poet whosoname ten years later may figure among the Immortal Forty recites to you his loves and his ambition or brings tears into your eyes with a description of some humble hero ormartyrEiIot Gregory In Scrib ncrs Are you sick If eo investigate the merits of HEROINE It is a concentrat ed medicine the doso is small yet It quickly produces tbe most gratifying results digestion improves the lips and cheeks lose their pallor the eye becomes bright end tho step clastic Price 50 cents A lueMlon of Clock Which Is the best a clock that Is right only once a year or a clock that Is right twice every day Tho latter you reply unquestionably Very good reader now attend I have two clocks one doesnt go at all nnd the other loses n minute a day which would you prefer The losing one you answer without a doubt Now observe The ono which loses a minute a day has to lose 12 hours or 720 minutes before It Is right again consequently It Is only right once In two years whereas the other Is evi dently right as often as the tlmo It points to come round which happens twice a day So youve contradicted yourself once Ah hut you say whats the use of Its being right twice a day If I cant tell when the time comes Why suppose the clock points to 8 oclock dont you seo that the clock Is right at 8 oclock Consequently when 8 oclock comes your clock Is right Yes I see that you reply Very good then youve contradicted yourself twice Now get out of tho dif ficulty as you can and dont contradict yourself again If you can help It Lewis Carroll Picture Book Slow Tie Discovered Her Yes said a noted detective I have seen a great many queer things In my experience Discovered a good many gigantic frauds I suppose vqntured an ad mirer Well I should say so was the re ply But between you and me tho most complete piece of deception I over saw was a woman young pretty and I would have sworn an angel But she wasnt I should say not She has a temper like a whirlwind and when she gets wild the very earth seems to shake Good gracious And how did you manage to discover her truo character Well I aheml Tho fact Is I married hen Free of Charge Any adult suffering from a cold settled on the breast bronchitis throat or lung troubles of any nature who will call at A R Fishers will be presented with a sample bottle of Boschees German Syrup free of charge Only ono bottle given to one person and none to children without order from parents No throat or lung remedy ever had such a sale as Boscheee German Syrup in all parts of the civilized world Twenty years ago millions of bottles wore given away and your druggist will tell you its success was marvelous It Is really tho only Throat and Lung Remedy general ly endorsed by physicians One 75 cent bottle will cnre or prove its value Sold by dealers in all civillzeilcountriefl They Marry Young The Boor youth weds extremely young His education Is over and ho Is considered a man of business when he Is 10 His bride docs not come to him portionless but usually with a dowry consisting of cows goats and sheep a span of oxen and a quiet riding horso To each child that Is born a well to do Doer likes to assign certain farm stock as a nest egg for a future dowry or as a start In life lie Craved a Favor Say called tho victim from beneath tho bed coverings Well asked ono of tho burglars gruffly Would you follows mind carrying oft that ornamental watchdog of mine In the front yard along with tho rest of your swag Philadelphia North American CautiouS Do you think a prizefighter has a right to call himself a gentleman Er thcro Isnt ono within hearing Is there Indianapolis Press August Flower It is a surprising fact says Prof Houton that in my travels In all parts of the woild for the last ten years I have met more people having used Greens August Flower than any other remedy for dyspepsia deranged liver and stomach and for constipation I find for tourists and raleemcn or for persons filling office positions where headaches and general bad feelings from irregular habits exist that Greens August Flower is a grand remedy It does not injure the system by frequent use and is ex cellont for sour stomachs and indigestion Sample bottles free at AR Fishers Sold by dealers in all civilized coun tries THE constantly recurring monthly suffering gives women blues I monththeI Comparatively few women understand that i excessive om DESPONDENT I WOMEN MRS LIZZIE COLEMAN of Waylaud N Y writes painfulmenstruationin my back and hips were dreadful I not stand for more than five minutes at a time menstruation bevlUl Vegetablenow I a thing of the past I shall gladly I myfriendsI LouisburgSquare havebeenVegetable Compound and it has helped me wonderfully I was troubled with headache backache and that weak and tired feeling I cannot say enough in praise of your medicine font has done me so much good I shall recommend it to all my friends who suffer Despondency is a die ease Nervousness and snappishness come with it Will power wont overcome it The femi nine organs are con nected by nerves with the brain and all parts of the isnotAll PinkhamchargeDontyour by and suffering Get advice in time The Polite Lie In Embryo A little child has given us a peep Into tho process by which tho polite lie Is developed Mamma was talking to Efflo about the absence of Edith from the childrens party You aro sorry said mamma that Edith could not come Effle replied having enjoyed herself Oh I dont mind much To which mamma rejoined But Edith Is ilL That is why she couldnt come You must bo sorry ELSe con sidered Yes of course Im sorry she said but It doesnt hurt moIn- sldeLondon Chronicle There is no little enemy Little Im purities in the blood are sources of great danger and should be expelled bv Hoods Sarsaparllla Two Vlvun of the Some Moil Why dill you trw that rums case the fresh graduate of the law school asked utter his father the old attor ney had bowed a client out of the of fice There Is no possibility that you can win It for him One glance at his face shows that Ill Is the briber and all around rascal bo is accused of be ingIs that so the old man replied Im sorry to hear It really sorry I wish I had known It Why you must have been able to see for yourself If you arc any judge of character at all am usually pretty good at such things but must confess that I dllnt notice it In this case In tact I didnt see his face at nil Didnt see his facet No He had a wallet In his hand that took my eye Now you go to work and copy off that brief and after this If you want to learn the business watch me not the other fellows tacPChl cago TimesHerald When children have earache ealuratn a piece of cotton with BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT and place it in the ear It will stop the pain quickly Price 25 and and 60 cents indicates illhealth or some serious derangement of the feminine organs A million women have been helped by Mrs Pinkham Read what hrn tif 1n1 could when wrecked neglect I I The Wretched Nevrapnpcr Sinn In every city of tho land tho news paper man Is an outcast Ho knows more people to be a stranger to than any other being In tho world He has no holidays His Christmas Is the rec ord of other mens joys Ills Thanks giving Is a restaurant Even the Fourth of July and Sunday servants of the commonest man refuse him their cheer The Fourth of July is tho day ho must be In every place at once because everything Is happening and Sunday Is the day he must make things up because nothing Is happening His labors arc our pleasures Ho gets his vacation by doing another mans work and earns his living by watching other people live The very days nnd the nights turn their natural backs upon him The lamp Is his sun by night nnd the curtain Is his night by day and he eats his supper In tho morning His business Is the refiec ton of life lIe is tho spirit behind the mirror What Is left to us is right to him and right Is left Sometimes right side up Is upside down The world Is all awry to the newspa per man It whirls across the hours In columns now In one edition and now In another but It heeds him never In return Ho Is a spectator Tho show passes before his tncol1 shut out uusharlng face He lives as tho years go on a notebook under tho stars and when the notebook Is scribbled out he dies Gerald Stanley Leo In Atlantic Dr Bulls Cough Syrup is a speedy and efficacious cure for croup whooplnc cough and bronchitis No child should be left to sufler the torture of these ailments when parents can Jet this wonderful remedy for only 2j cts A Question of Grammar Aint you got any sense asked the 4yearold daughter of tho man who doesnt believe In corporal punishment Why my dear said the father re provingly arent you ashamed to talk to papa that way Excuse me papa she answered I moaned to say Isnt you got any sensor Indianapolis News XXKXXKXX X OCHXX OO THE BRECKENRIDGENORMAL HARDINSBUR8 KY First Term of Five Months Begins September 4 189- 9InetmuctorsPractical thorough and enthusiastic men and women No school in this section of the State offers superior inducements COURSES AND TUITION Primary SI 75 per month II Scientific f3 20 per month Intermediate 2 50 Classical S 20IIPreparatory 3 20 Music 3 50II Teachers 3 20II Board L76 to 2 25 per week For further information and catalogue address D S ROBERTS Jr A B President HABDINSBURQ KY F R WILDER J M HARDIN 628k Fourth St Louisville Ky Brandenburg Ky HARDIN WILDER DENTISTSIIN IRVINGTON Every Wednesday and Thursday after the IIB Fourth Monday In Each Month specialtyLatestft endarsonRoutI I LoinjI1i1 SiBdtHOD I Sit loniilr Tine Card In Effect June 18 1899 EAST BOUND INo 41No 4fNo 85KvansyjIle2Henderson346JlasketaftHead 3 323 28 SjjWorthlngton 19StanleyUGrlffilhZtiatilngly 8 07 SS3 Owensboro 4laicisVaIUItaD413Lewiport 431YalconSIPetrie433Iianesyfllefor Canneltoa Teil 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3- A PM AM I10 60 645 Lv Irvlogton Ar 900 6 II11U1128 723 Junction 820 6 11 33 728 lardlnsborg 8 JII 5 11 40 735 Junction 810 4 1150 1 45 Kirk 801 4 1167 762 Jolly 764 4 1200 804 Glendeanc 742 4 4J2312M53I3 1 OS 900 Asklna 644 3 1 33 9 08 Oaks 6 J8 3 1 20 815 Ar Fordsvflla Lv 630 3 PM IM AU P DailyTrains JrvlngtonTralolTrains g 3 and run dadr Trains Nos i I connect at irviugton with Main Line trains 41 43 and 4- 4LOUISVILLE VANSVILE MAILODIncorporated I Fast Passenger and Freight Steamers TARASCONTELL E G RAGON ROSE HITE AN- DBELLEVUE THROUGH RATES TO Lower Ohio Green an Barren Rivers Cincinnati Madison an Upper Ohio River t For rates schedules and oth information address GEO H WILSON Superintends 0 E HYDES G F and P Agent Louisville K SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR SW QoJek Time Close Conntctions Low Rates ++ nGREGORY co LPMsm4 Doera Sash Laths ShlnjlM URe I CeMent hay Nixea Fed Pwtllteer Bleont WagMty L B iiigII IRililt nRelr aye var him ran oes ore dlJ- Ite II LeI onoeb oobI I emlm 0 r d en tel em IFrh rhbou lure or r- as a- sat ra 5 o- ltin iberhe rave put idostl ostllani the rho 130 dee atk net rereeer eerery eryhe heat atrho rhoack foe sail erV F- nfl tWInd ndLuel Luellr lrml Love that Ire I hero oil isic out hire rend june blohe hetyi e ill at0I 0IIt Iten enel elto toehi akft ftF FwaJ I con dot 1 otto l Roc wisP has oft to t ttcwiii nee dur dun Od reader If bel Ii I r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1900 a ut CURRENT TOPICS1 BY MRS HATTIE GRINNELL m Ruskin Land In the March Oosmosee 2s tan III laden with a perfume that 3iJa round the memory of that majes I ssphotograpbsH1 44e yer know what be did for the village 0 lka In days gone by He loved chil 400Hs a line comment on any man Trulyrenee HsHI Abbott eay for each men IS Ruskin I S3 ere ia no death HIs work was done amoniro4 8e roses for the end 610 0-g reatamg en 8 B Bucknera Evolution on a f oebeilsm in the Louisville Post of Feb There ia a new force in politics we 43 s 1 realize it and we all feel it keenly15611I 603 emocracy now Is no longer what it was agoG0nor in my husbands six years ago e po idI for that reason most of our bestt ien are dissatisfied with it We have qt q jj tier partisans now who claim to be st emocra- teo I have always admired Mr McKinfoy movlnog bout at the Capital He has never 1m S5faurecl himself in the White House Ililcist or no other man that rules a Republic iaa any right to conduct himself like rf 7zar or a 1asha Some of his predecees 941re4 were equally as secluded as Rulurs oft eSelute monarchies Why shouldnt otB rah who governs a set oi Democratic pedeetriso whenever he choopes Why should he osravel saddled bridled booted and M purred like a plumed Knight in the 046 Id legends T Or why be muffled hi o osst ostly equipage Let him adopt any pg anner of getting around Just like any ther man who baa athletic tendencies 26ho is a free man and who loves Iibert 39ff motion like be does liberty of con clence All honor to the head of tho Jf lation to the Supreme Court the Cab 1isnet Senators Congressmen who at lUst 20 ere elected by the people who are the S eera in many respect I am always ryssmuch interested In the doings oi 25 beI803 my favorites and watch theiratI do my friends close at home an ch rho are really known to me Goin- k4ad to the President for a moment re if one thing we are well awarethat b ithht tally loves Mrs McKinley rides with er occasionally and is fond of her socleK wtit y From the number of times it has been onnced we would naturally imagine Jtwas unusual in administrative circles J mdI that his predecessors were delin sentin said dalles Let us hope 1 1tsucceeds himself that th afevotlon to the lady of the Executive Mansion No I do not like Platt of 8ew York or Hanna of Ohio They re too much in evidence all the time hey are too much like machines They ire too practical to suit me I liketz olitician of thought of Intellect of de rision of character but one with some r lentiment mixed up in his composition hke Morgan of Alabama because of hlimdI I admire him for his inexhaustible fund of information On any conceivable subject that is sprung up springs the Alabama Senator with an idea His style is so easy and lucid and literary expect the Congressional Record will bt embalmed with his wisdom clearn nt the galleries and the floor because e pushes a good thing too far a lesson r public men and public speakers J enator Hoar of Massachusetts I Well e Is getting good and old and mellow e and I dont gee on expansion but b sips the young aspirant in politics and kes him under his wing as it were Thousands Have Kidney Tronble itt I now To Find Out I pill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a 1899 s e p 1 1 1 I 1I 1i 0 t 1i 1i 1 1 12 12J 1 1 7 ia ie ie ia iw a 1t t t 6 i i s s g 4-i nth I r dec the win- K 411ca caIf j c I sent sediment or set ding Indicates an pays If It stains your linen It is evidence of kidney trouble too frequent desire to It or pain In back is also convincing proof that kidneys and bled are out of order What to Do There U comfort In the knowledge so SwampRoot thebackInabilitytopuslnrItore or beer and overcomes that unpleasant oftendurtnCextraordInUYeffectrealized It stand the highest tot Its won rful coca of the most distressing you need a medicineyetishould love t alseaYeariay Iittttk 41ICOr free IyIUIJ unhealthycondltlon pass the tho Jiti J I and guides him in the hollow of his hand as he believes is right anyhow Lindsay dear Mr Lindsay he is not a wily poll tlclan he is frank and Ingenuous You know I dont like to talk against J 0 S Blackburn for two reasons he wore the gray and he is al oyal Kentuckian but Mr Lindsay is as true a Kentuckian and a loyal gold Democrat I do not I must confess like to see Mr Blackburn suc ceed Mr Lindsay in United States Senate But back to the beautiful city of fromdcredit If he is not conspicuous aa he once was he is a tall graceful figure with an immacul ate shirt front and white tie They nearly passed him but be bad tbo good sense to ride a hobby tho Constitution He has ridden it pretty successfully too Westtexcept e an out and out Oongressbutwhat Ive read of him I like Daniel of sourlslmpIy Southerners I dont like Allison al though he has long had a voice in tram ling legislation for the same reason I tela low from Indiana Beverly I believe is sheerttougued modern Cicero or Demosthenes aHe is an avowed expansionist which suits me Deboe and Finley well havent ellopathlcdoses TaylordOtPtnt bo couldnt well do right in the esti motion of many Tho city of Washing ton is Kay glittering and beautiful but andyI out tomorrow 1 0Someone has said Jealousy is the girlsbut ofrfaith The code of love has aa many are ides as the article of faith in the En gliah prayer book Some of them are as itsI Evendtallgso but be on the safe side Leave toea vain creature by nature and constilu lion and hell tell every time A worn an never tolls font is one tiring elm keeps The courts of love are often fickle The manybenutlfulis best not to answer hastily Rod An wasefforgotten for Phsoro Even Ulysses is ffabled by the poet to have grown weary and bored by peaceful Ithaca I believeDwith a favorite author that Only love has oyes God is love and God eees aHi Love sees all and love alone sees allo Jealousyhearight when the love of God reigns too Faith trust confidence respect affinity are the viands to be served on the altnrIof the sacred passion and when jealousyg either imaginary I or genuine becomes the dish to be partaken of the heart cries out against it and tbo t ilhtence of affection ceases Love sees all and love alone sees all 0The dramntizAti of BenHur has been a BUCCWB About use hundred people are required to make up the play Id like to witness tint meeting of those cwiseSnpho 1 Olga Nethersolo has lowered herself in the estimation of all Amerl cane by her impersonation in Claude IlyI anddin all pure minds by refusing to accepts the title role in the same play and by 1 resigning as leading lady She was Inexorable Art should have a high aimJJ An artist should make it his or her greatest object next to living true to allff womanly instincts But whenever true womanly nature is offended whenever the slightest impulrty exists in any role i art should be cast aside and an artist bo 1 a true woman or a manly man 0The new home of William 0 Whitney baa been described In much detail in the New York Times It ia an impor tant artistic event for this country and is gratifying to art lovers Not soon in Rome or Venice can finer specimens of tapestry or embroidery be found All right Let Mr Whitney spend his mon ey as he chooses he thus aids his fellow men But I do hope he will occasion ally allow art students a peep at such treasures I could not appreciate the a Madonna and Christ of the preRaph aelite period but Id give up on evening J at my club for a glimpse Ahem 1 0rBoIs taught In the stern school of pov 1 nothea o know how many of our bralneet menI have straggled up from ita depths Thurlow Weed Benjamin Franklin and Horace Greeley graduated a tjbe prin leis trine sad through their eagaeHy anfl J diplomacyreached the fmnoat Mak is life in their careers Joarmillsav WM l 1i1 The most centrally located and only ant clan hotel In the city making a faoo rate Only one block from the principal shopping diitrict and two blocks from the principal theatres Street can pan the door to all pin of the city Everything neat and clean Fire an- dCatarrh outwithi p you use water again If the fire is located in the second story water is the agent to subdue it If in the attic water is still your salva tion Fire is fire and no matter where located water puts it out Your body is a house of many stories It Iis lined throughout with a marvelously sensitive mucous membrane Whenever this mem brane becomes irritated or inflamed the result is Catarrh When you catch cold you have Catarrh of the head or eyes or ear or nose Bronchitis is Catarrh of the bronchial tubes Pneumonia is Catarrh of the air cells of the lungsHeartburnstomach Kidney troubles are Catarrh of the kidneys Biliousness is Catarrh of the liver Leucorrhoea is Catarrh of the pelvic organs in women Almost everyone has Catarrh in some for- mPeruna is the name of a medicine that cures Catarrh in any part of the body the same as water extinguishes fire in every part ofa house It is a long tried specific for Catarrh in every complication and phase It restores the delicate pink membrane that lines the in side of the body to a perfectly normal condi tion and thus makes the sick well It is a universal remedy for that universal disease Catarrh It is the only true Catarrh cure known to mensal science w WORMSFor 20 HIS all Worm P BOLA XSYaLoLo aXl VGroGroXSTIS Prepatea b7 JAMES F btu Louis not in those days what it is now There wan no editorial staff Papers were edit ed without much assistance the report ing tho collecting of locals the reading of proof and the making up of the forms were frequently by one man Journalism then had a fas cination for ita followers as now Dana loved his work there are no more ines Henry VVatterson has bona a gi gantic figure in journalism but his sun has set several times and is about fading ut again It might rise again ini Switzerland The Drug Trade So many changes in tho last few years tn the drug trade have caused tho drug ist of today to keep a close watch upon his prescription case ea well as his general stock of drugs New formulas now processes of with note chemicals and ellxtis keep tho uptodate druggist in a con taut state of watchfulness that be may be prepared and qualified as n good pre- SCription druggist Wo aro good prescription druggists adding new chemicals and to our line so that pro scriptlons brought to us may be accurate filled with just what the doctor or deredWe also carry the most complete line of toilet articles perfume druggists and all that makes a drug store fully uptodate We have just secured the agency for Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin which is guaranteed to cure Indigestion Sick Headache and Stomach Troubles We will be pleased to give you a free sample bottle upon presentation of a coupon such as well go to every family in town by mall in a few days Remember our motto No old stock no substitution You always get what you ask for when you come to our store Yours for businessShort Hayne- sSTEPHENSPORT Held from last week Bro J B Galloway preached Sunday morning and evening Authnr T Bialy of Patesville la on visit to his lather Mr M Blain Miss Lucas after a weeks visit here hoe returned to her home In Louisville Mr M Blain has been confined to his oom for several days since his return from Evansville Mr and Dire Brown Helm spent Sun stHolt the gueeta of Mr pad Yrs James 0 Stephens Mr and Mrs Dave Johnson returned Sunday from Oloverport by her lAther Ki1IL V Marlow The followiBg IU aa extract from a let Mr Written by Mrs M Bialy from his THE o FIFTH AVENUE i HOTEL I LOUISVILLE XY PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr cro A i WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUCEI 1 Mwt la Quantity Beit In Quality Years led Remedies BALLARD accomplished compounding pharmaceuticals Pharmaceuticals Constipation accompanied torlc St Augustine which perhaps will I be interesting to many Our genial editor will soon be harassed with the usual bulk of Spring poetry Then it wilt not be safe to pen a few items and expect them to get in At noonon Jan 5th I arrived at the great seaport Jacksonville Spent one enjoyabletimereal ostrich farm and to say that it was mlllllyTheroranging in elza from the baby up to ten feet in height tho later weighing four hundred pound The male sits turn about with the female during which time he becomes very fierce Ho makes the nest and shows great appreciation for his mate During the laying season the best fathered birds are put off in pens Quite a number aro named Some are such distinguished personage- ae J W Bryan McKinley Cleveland Dewey Prince of Wale Queen Victoria Josephine etc They have an African Oatrlch thirty years old A man can ride them I saw one harnessed to a springwaggon and pulled two men all around the farm They are quite tame when blindfolded but fight ferociously when they can see There is an oatrish plumageIssome which I highly prize The farm Is beautifully situated ana very interest ingFrom Jacksonville I journeved southward to IIMagnolia Hurst our Florida home Nature lavished her beauties on natural scenery around Lake Hollius worth I think it the most beautiful in Florida After spending a time there I went to Tampa A party of fifteen from the hotel took a little ocean trip to Sarasota a land of fruits and flowers No frost has reached this fruit We spent several days and while there took our dinners and had a picnic on the seashore The day was spent gathering shells and fishing Caught a Tarpor weighing three hundred and twenty five pounds We went over the pass In a saIlboat The water was very choppy causing some to be very sick but it was a delightful day Returning to Port Tampa for a teat we then took a golf ride to the famous and historic St Pet ersburg While there our hotel burned but our baggage was saved The hotel is situated on the bay and the running to and fro so near the water amidst the flames some wringing their hands oth veryimpressiveLast evening we Went oat to enjoy a stroll on the seawall and If I could paint I would not wish for a better sub jeet The full mooa hung M it were jjest above the water the tide eras uane ually high BO high that as we approach ed the water ft appeared lobe at leastl t iiII A COALII House Reduction Will your COAL HOUSE hold a car load of Coal I ddTake Advantage of the Reduction I 1FF The Baskett Coal has become the servants standby when good lasting fires are needed It is the best I andmost economical Coal any family can use I The Company now offers at a great reduction their I product in car load lots 1 This Wont ibid Good all the Time Are you needing Coal Write the Pittsburgh Coal Company at Baskett for prices Ii 1 TAKE ADVANTAGE- OFI I THE REDUCTION AT 0 NEQ Your order will have prompt attention Pittsburgh Coal Company I I IEASECEIJ ZET5T f 1 I I1 I1JJ IJiCAIN f 19 1L 1 iI t SUITS II- ii I 400 worth 500 800e 1 I 750 worth 1000 I r 1000 worth 1500 l iI OVERCOATS LESS THAN COST MENS HATSAs complete a line as any country storeII carries Broad Crushed Brims R R IIats Ounce IIats Stiff Hats latest shapes and styles ranging in price from H 35 cents to 25- 0JOLLY 3 CAIN1 IRVINGTON KY two feet higher than the land and but for the seawall being there the front street would have been flooded It is time to return to the hotel for dinner The Tarklih Autocrat The sultan of Turkey rises at 6 and after devoting the whole morning to work with his secretaries breakfasts at noon After this be takes a drive or a row on the lake In his vast park At 8 he dines and amuses himself during the evening with his family listening while his daughter plays on the piano He Is extremely fond of music The sultan dresses like an BnriUh gently man but iayarlabljr In a frock coat the breast of which tin great occasions is richly embroidered and Waxing With decorations There an otter 400 cooks arid sculU M srapfejred Im he IstfMtal A Womans Spring Wardrobe The new spring gowns made nil of material and not with separate waists as heretofore will be much worn The separate waists will be of light silks and mublins or other thin materials Almost all the new eprlng stuffs are of a soft clinging quality which makes them adaptable to the present style of gown There are to be some lovely silk muslins with bunches of flowers and sprays of vines and buds worn The smartest shirtwaist will be made tucked back and front from the neck down and the tucks will be rather wide tendenoylatopossiblefafrontThe tailor and walking skirts will barely sweep the ground and the lonx trains have entirely Dossed away with the habit and close fitting backs The return of tho bustle is heralded It is not a large affair but small well shapedSleeves are still worn tight and much trimmed They are quite area and the smartest ones are made end KIn a point which covers the top of ttY hand to the knuckles Collars are to be worn high bat not as stiff aa they have been The new hate are made of some fa straw braids tulle or silk nets of fantastic shapes Breasts birds wiafii and feathers are much less worst aidyou cant haTe enough 1l0wen1WMk Lawrence la the March ZAdtsa Mss Journal 0 Y r d i si t 1 U 4 THE BRECKENRIDGB NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1900 BRECKENRIDGE NEWSI JM D dr 7 0 Baltic Editors ana Pwprlitri CARDS 07 HUXKS arerinfaa ckirfttd firs- ttbentt 10 reatsperllae GKITDABIES ekargei rer at thi rata tftctiti pIrhae1 XM1T IX ADVASCB WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1000 ALONG THE LINES OF PROGRESS At the meeting of the City Concil last Monday night two matters of great Im portance to the city were taken up die cussed at some length and acted upon as far aa possible 1st The question of water works was temporarily nettled by the appointment of a Committee to ascertain the coat of water works and an electric light plant the result of such investigation to be reported to the Council at Its next meet ing2nd The Breckenrldjje Cannel Coal Company through its General Manager Mr H V Harris offered to donate the necessary land for a manufacturing plant provided the City of Cloverport would guarantee to any establishment employing thirty or more handS free taxation for five years The Council appeared to be unanimously in favor of aC- cepting this proposition and passing the necessary ordinance but the City Attor ney reported that although the new Constitution provided that the Legisla ture was empowered confer on cities of the fifth class the right to exempt from taxation for five years any new industry that might be etarted in such cit ies the Legislature has never passed an act giving them this authority and they had therefore no legal right to ofler such inducements Thereupon the Council authorized the City Attorney to drew up a General Act conferring on cities of the fifth class the authority to exempt man ufacturing establishments from taxation lor five years such net to be presented to tbe Legislature for passage at its next session It Is certain very gratifying to know that such questions are being seriously considered by the Council and with tine cooperation of the citizen we can see no guoa reason why Cloverport should nut materialize into what nature intend ed her to LII commercial center 1V irere can a bettor location be found in this state for a Furniture Chulr or Bex factory Tlmb bofficitmt to keep several large plmita running far many ytais tau be gotten out of Clover Creel at the minimum cost ne hive natural gas in abundance even without the va taU sLmeut of water work all the water necessary for any purpose can be pump cJ horn the over by the ame power tl at runs the machinery the free site cffr u by the Ur ck tiri1ge Cannel Coal l in Hi1 y lies alongside the L II ft St L I111snd to clow to tbe river ai to p ri t IIf the use of river transportation wi tMVI r the stegr of wader will allow ut I hot taxation for a term o- fyr city in the Commonwealth ti iiiI better inducement L l until by iu action in appoint i a C iiiiittee to laeatite the quM- tt i viter works Mid electric llghto j r iniy taken a tep in the right end wa would raggeat that v 11 i tine canine to cfli the nccei Itti for role that it be maJe eater light and power In j l r cities of the countrythe t oiiianjr genitally operates a wa t i vi tkt Mid an tltctric light end pow t I f nibititd and each a franchise 1 1It of CluTerport certainly i1 o n Jiive kconiiderabeccmmercUl value i nICIIIUrflt all right but faeta are un t i Tour vears ago tbe people of ti 101I and frupeaally of tbu loath tri J uvs among the rest were made to l v that the only potrtble salvation frlm a I their ilIfflculliM wan through Liyeu bullet marked in large blac- kltlhI1jIOi 1 That ballot felled to ja mn t r and it was preached by the fr i filvtr tottsS that the end of all good tiig4 had coma The Republican iBMttldo was ixptctdl to bring disaster but 1 its i ad it has kept lie promises of a renewed prosperity Let the party lead ers difccvr the causes the people are intt rt sled In the results Tim industrial record of the south during 1890 makes n good tl owing in comparison with tho few years previous which is a powerful argument in favor of present condition Mtn tune talk and politicians preach us to poverty but as long as men devote their time and attention to their own business leaving tho Meade of the gov eruuKnt to attend to theirs eo long will prosperity rule in this land When men realize that politics Is a bueinecs in which most men engage merely for their own profit and not for the good of the country they will ctaee to accept every sensational doctrine taught from the stump and do a little thinking for them selves This plan would probably result in Ilees political clmt and more attention t business thereby increaslui the present conditions of prosperity Wu TINQFANO the Chinese Minitor to the United States says that the world needs universal language and the signs point to the ultimate adoption of tbe English language as the international tonne Our language has already been called the commercial language of the Orient DICK HUDSON does not hold the gum shoe target record but he ran tell yon who does THE Westminster Gazette has anan ed to reproduce the Sheldon edition of the Topeka Capital I TUB circulation of the BBCCKKXEIDOE NEWS for February 1000 was 9825 copies For the came month last year it was 0200 TUB object of religion is not simply to take us to Heaven it is to help us make a Heaven for onnelves and those we Ilove here on earth CONSULT our Want and For Sale column It will save you a good many dollars and a good many tripe during tbe year if you will only take advantage oftA nix never moves until he gets a good woman behind him What is true of man is true of towns and communi ties They1 are the moving power behind any thronn Tux women of the Fortnightly Read ing Club at Irvln ton are on the right track Their resoultions to promote good citizenship in this Irene are worthy of emulation by all the women of this land v Tux temperance people here have declared that they will not be weary in well doing We believe that so we know that they will not sit idly by and le whiskey be voted back by the citizens o the first and second wards Ana the citizens of the first and sec ond precincts willing to have their peace destroyed their nights made hideous and their wives and children In constant danger of meeting drunken men If soI let them vote for whiskey on the 28th of April Tux Hardin County Democrat is anew paper which has just been established at Elizabethtown The politics of this journal are obvious from the first sen tence on the editorial pageTell my friends to be brave and fearless and loyal to the great common people OCR young bachelor friend W J Lamkin the auditor of the Henderson Route says that one of the worst feat ures of a single life is that he has no one to blame when anything goes wrong with him Heres a splendid chance for some young woman to take the young man in and make lHm happy- IT will take a good deal of eunehiue to dry up the mud between Weldon and Brandenburg Men of Brandenburg rise ne one man and rid yourselves of that foul piece of road that makes a eln ner out of every men who travels over it If the men of that Rood town havent enterprise enough to build a road if they will only gt out of the way the good women will do it PtlKtlDKNT McKlNLKT Concludes his speech on present tones at the Ohio society banquet in New York with refer ence to our new poateasione This iis our opportunity The opportunity is greater than tbe burden May God give in strength to bear the one and to our brace the other as to carry to our digl tart acquisition the guarantees of life liberty and the pnnnit of happiness 1 Ir your subscription expired in January and you havent renewed pleats let IH have it and get tbe Farm Journal lot nearly five years This is a clendid op portunity to get a good farm paper free We dont know how locg this combina tion is going to last It may be called off most any time 1by the publishers of that excellent paper and thou someone will be sorry for not taking advantage of the opportunity Tire Nsws wishes to congratulate tho Irvington folk on their temperance victory of last week As long ai the good women the good men tho preach ere the prayers and tho tears are on the side of temperance there will be no doubt of the outcome in any election Unless the citizens of precincts 1 and 2 are willing to run the risk of having a ailoon placed next to or opposite their residences it behooves them to vote and influence others to vote against whiskey on the 28th of April Two new hullutlne NOB 84 and 85 have been issued by the Kentucky Agri cultural experiment station of the state college of Kentucky at Lexington Tho subjects of these are The Elms and Their Diseases and Commercial Fertil izers Anyone who wishes to profit y this excellent literature on practical and agricultural subjects may do so free of charge by writing to the Kentucky Agri cultural Experiment Station Lexington Ky As THUS far arracKfcd the national con ventions of the various parties for 1000 will mectin this order the two branches ol the Populist party will convene on MayO the tnlddleoftheroaders in Cincinnati and the fualonlsls In Sioux Falls S D the Republicans in Phila delphia on June 10 the Prohibitionists in Chicago on June 27 and the Democrats in Kansas City on July 4 With these parties and a few others that will be in evidence this year moat everyman can satisfy himself with a candidate and platform Pay your money and take your choice IRVINGTON Bub Stinnett is visiting his sister Mrs Joe Bland Mr Austin Pophams father came up lo see him last Wednesday Mrs H W Herndon is visiting her mother Mrs Letitia McGlothlan Miss Flora Ryan has returned after a lengthy stay at her home near Clover portThe monthly visits of the pay car Katie are always noted by the circula tion of gold Dont brood over the past or dream of the future but seize tbe instant and get your lesson from the hour Everybody is requested to call and see Mrs A L Collins closing out sale of harness saddles C Bargains here Little Bessie Wrather who has been quite ill with acute pneumonia is entirely out of danger and on the road to reo coveryThe farmers seem to realize that the best is the cheapest hence the great demand for seeds sold by McGlothlan PiggottAll kinds of fancy groceries fresh bread fresh fruit fish vegetables and everything delivered promptly by 0 Jt HenseLMrs Tilford and daughter Mrs Car son will move back to their homo in Grayson county near Horse Branch very soon Before buying your wall paper this spring dont fall to see the samples on exhibition at 0 J Hensels He repre sents the very best paper house in Lou ievilleMrs R M Jolly is fortunate in secur ing the services of Miss Linnie Haswell of Hardinsbnrg as music teacher in her family Mies Haswell is an accomplish ed musician having had superior advant agea in studying with the best teachers while in the east Mrs O H Redman wishes to an nounco to her friends an1 the public in general that she will on or about the 10th of April open a full slock of millinery goods She will go to Louisville soon to attend the wholesale millinery openings to acquaint herself with the latest styles in ladies and childreni hats All who know Mrs Redman are confident that the Is a lady of exceptionally fine taste and will thoroughly understand the mlllineryartI hear young men say they do not know what kind of business to engage inwhnt vocation will gain them the most money Let me say dear young men before deciding upon a life work study the men in the vocation you think of adopting Seo if it elevates illtbeytheir occupation mid professionslivirg- in ruts with no influence or standing in their communities You have no right to choose an occupation which will bring into play the Inferior qualities of your being and allow all tho nobler qualities to shrivel and die Our facul ties will do whatever our will directs BO choose an occupation which will call out the noblest anti truest in you and not something that will dwarf your man hood cramp your intellect crush your Inspirations or blunt your finer wnibll itif t Remember tbe blithest success Iis not moneymaking or famemaking but cbaraatermaking The first thing to do iif you have not dyne it Iis to lallln toys with your work- Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications us they cannot reach the diseased portion of tho oar There is only one way to cure Deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condl thou of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube gets in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect Hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is tho result and unlace the inflammation can bo taken out and this tube restored to its normal con dition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by ca tarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Its Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best GARRETT We have had plenty of rain and mud Mies Eliza Ritchie left for Hardinsburg school Monday Tile Teachers Association at Ekron Saturday was largely attended R T Miles Irvloglon was the guest of G R Miles and family Saturday Will Foueheo and family wore the guests of John Funk and family Sunday Misses Ida Shacklett and Dora Funk were tbe guests of W W Miles and fami ly Sunday Poisoned With Cheese The chlldrenoff Selby McCracken were taken very ill Friday afternoon Dr fLtRhJfoot was called and said they were poisoned from eating bad cheese The children were quite ill for two days but are now entirely recovered RESOLUTIONS Adopted By The Women of the Irvington Fortnighly Reading Club TO PROMOTE UOOD CITIZENSHIP Whereas It is a lamentable fact that by reason of intense partisanship un controlled passions and prejudices and mistaken ideas of patriotism our loved Commonwealth lis plunged into a state of anarchy and confusion therefore be it Resolved That we the women of tbe the Fortnightly Reading Club do here by pledge ourselves to endeavor by every means consistent with dignity and womanhood lto soothe the excited passions of all within reach of our influences by a broadminded Christian plan of action and speech and that we refuse to stimu late by controversy or indulgence in In temperate speech passions and resent ments already deeply aroused Resolved That we in the various re lations which we sustain to man do strive with more discretion and determl nation than ever before to uphold true principles of citizenship and morality and that we emphasize the fact that par ty should be subservient to principle Resolyed That we denounce in unmistakable terms those newspapers which by reason of unworthy methods of journalism and extreme partianship have helped to inflame the public mind and to create and foster hostilities and resentments contrary to the laws of God and man Resolved That we endeavor to instil into the minds of the young a reverence for law and order and that we endeavor thoroughly to imbue the coming genera tions of Kentuckians with the idea that the man who willingly violates the law by carrying concealed deadly weapons or in any other way has in him the ele ments of tho desperado should in every instance receive the punishment that fits the crime regardless of birth station or extenuating circumstances Resolved That we hold up to open contempt the tendency which prevails among our present day Kentucklans to carry his gun which habit has been the cause of such desolation and ruin and has brought upon us the disapproval and lack of confidence of those beyond our borders Resolved That we endeavor In every way possible to promote tho cause of temperance sobriety fair dealing broad and liberal thinking and conscientious acting In this way we can do our share toward elevating the tone of society up holding morality and restoring and pre serving the dignity of good citizenship Irvini ton Ky March 3 100- 0BRANDENBURG Mr and Mrs James Bland were in Louisville llast week Teachers meetinc Thursday night at the Methodist Parsonage Brother Duvall will preach next un day morning and evening Mise Until PMlllps spent 1lust Saturday and Sunday with Miss Mary L Ditto Mis Andra Drown anti her brother Bert aptnt Sunday with Mia Nellie Stlth of Ekion The Woman Missionary Society will meet with Mrs II 0 Woodoon Friday afternoon at 3 ookok Election of offlc ttlll will take place There were services last Sunday at the Catholic church There will bo Easter service on the 15th of April or the third Sunday in that month Miss Lena Nevitt is organist She has the Mills for the celebration and will have choir practice soon Mr Thomas Keith near Rock Haven died last Sunday He had been ill some time Ills sisters Mrs Holmstetter and Mrs King are roshlonta of this place He also has a brother in Cloverpott 113 loaves a wife and several children who have groat sympathy in their bereave ment Brother Litchlleld preached twice last Sunday At night his remarks wero based on Temptation not beyond en durance Ills sermon was encouraging and was full of Christian counsel to avoid tho enemy and strive to overcome the evil that dally betels us His sermon was as good a Lenten ono as one could wish oven if he doesnt observe the seas on himself The reading and musical circle will meet with Miss Lena Nevltt Thursday afternoon at 230 sharp This circle means work improvement of tbe mind musically and mentally it means help fulness doing good to ones self and others The members are all in earnest and have done excellent work and will do better in the future Misses Lillian and Virginia Rhodes entertained the Sunbeam club on Tuesday afternoon very delightfully A num her of games amused the fair ones The club has limited its number to the fif teen members now included and here after it will be known as the XV club Miss Ethel King will entertain on St Patricks Day from eight totwelve- p m when according to rules each young lady wll invite a gentleman friend The afternoon receptions are for the club memberswlth no invited guests of either sex Mr Hardin of Big Spring to the ALCO0LAHD OPIUM C A E- ED D t ti- MEDICAL SrOV If a medal were awarded for the most perfect tem perance medicine prepared for fam fly use it would- undoubtedly be given to Doctor Tierces Golden Medical Discov ery This medicine which is entirely nonalco holic and non produces strength instead of the simulated strength which results from the use of whiskey med iciness or nerve numbing narcotics The many and remarkable cures resulting from the use of 1 Golden Medical Discovery prove the soundness of Dr Piercea the hurrytheplace of disease These cures also prove reasoningthatstomach must be cured through the stomach The Discovery is a medi cine for the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition When the stomach is healthy the blood made in the stomach is healthy and sufficient in quantity to nourish the nerves and strengthen the system to resist or throw off disease Nature develops life BUS tains life and preserves life by nourish ment Vital failure comes when the body is starved either from lack of food or the Inability of the digestive and nu tritive organs td extract the nourishment from the food taken into the stomach Golden Medical Discovery takes the obstacles from Natures way so that she can sustain life by her own methods Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets assist the action of Golden Medical Discovery front again I Among the many letters received about the NEWS this column other correspondents Ac a very particular friend writes I have not read any thing better in any Kentucky paper than Mr Hardlns two articles in the NEWS and I want to meet him Now Mr Hardin my friend puts you on the pedestalwith Richard Knott and Henri Watterson I I only wish you would be come a regular contributor to this paper Oh yes why dont you answer Mr Craycroft of the Messenger Nowtberes no man I esteem more highly in friend ship than Mr Craycroft He and my husband were warm friends Bat he is way off yonder on politics and called once upon a time John G Carlisle an arch traitor For shame on good Democrats calling each other pet names Go ahead Mr Hardin and answer Mr Craycroft You are both good metal I like to see Greek meet Greek diamond cut diamond The field is open Dr Bulls Cough Syrup Is the best tneiil cine lor tore liryngltU quiniyor tonillii Every drop ol It tooihe and heels A 95 cent hot tie of this wonderful remedy wilt cure a cough or cold fa one dayIExplained I must confess to a groat deal of ego tism aaldWilho WUhinuton Indeed responded Miss Cayenne Yes I think about myself entirely too muchOh that isnt egotism Thats merely the usual human tendency to worry over trifles Washington Star 1000000 DEATHS From Cholera During the Past Year The Germs of This Fatal Disease are Lurking Everywhere 1 Thousands of Dollars Saved by This Wonderful Discovery Hundreds of thousands of dollars have been lost in the poultry business on ac count of thin devaatatt n among the flocks caused by cholera roup gape and other fatal dleereee There have been many remedies advanced but none seem to be BO successful as the American Poultry Mixture This will cure chickens in the last stogo of cholera and roup and is excellent for gapes Do your fowls suffer from violent diirrhoeedrop ping of the wings stupor or exceeaiyo thirst These are the first symptoms of cholera Cholera iib a germ disease and being infectious spreads rapidlyI through the entire flock Take time by tho fore lock dont stop to experiment with un reliable or untried remedies Uso this mixture at once and the sanitary measures they recommend in connection Dont give the fowls up Cholera is a terrible disease but Vile remedy cures it every time It Is also guaranteed for roup which can be told by hoarse breathing swelled eyes discharge at the nostrils resembling catarrh Fifty dol lIars is offered for a ly case the Mixture will not cure If some of your fowls are dlsra ed it will prevent the rest from patching it Try it It is cheap relia ble and effective aeclentific preparation goes mere than three times aa far as any other remedy does more good than all of them combined It is used and endorsed by the most experienced and largest breeders ofplain and fancy poul try In all parts of the world The manufacturers guarantee every package ore fund purchase money If your druggist doesqt sell American Poultry Mixture hes behind the age In that cue tend 100 for sampRbax to American Wig ji Co Terre Haute Ind t t tI qTftMuZmmi Facts B B B- II Worth Knowing We never aim to carry over any winter goods from one season to another if low prices will move them So if you have any money to spare and are in need of an I Overcoat I Suit of Clothes IDressI Heavy Overshirts Boots or a Ladies Jacket Come to us and we will offer you some SPECIAL BARGAINS I THEFAIRNOTICEWe our Spring line of Goods and invite your in spection uuu u UU UUU uuu u uu ABSOLUTELY NO WEAR OUT TO IT TINWARFrillMade of IX Best Quality Warranted Not to RustlNo Limit to tthee Guarantee Should at any time you return a piece rusted now goods will replacedIf have purchased rusts in TEN goodsManyuse for over one year boughtIt than others but still the satisfaction of durability is in them Frequently a housekeeper has company and by tho uso of an inferior utensil possibly just at the time a special dish is under prep aration and certain utensils have to be used it happens after investigation that there isnt a thing in the kitchen that will do This necessitates someone to go to town after one but have not the time Here I If you had in the first place bought a piece of AntiRust Tinware this would not have happened Wo are showing a complete lino of m 4A HARDWARE in all of its branches MAOHINESHave you over used one of our Automatic Sewing Machines 7 They are the housewifes delight Make a visit to our store and see one of them operate Then youll want one McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT IRVINGTON KENTUCKY WE GUARANTEEDr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin to euro any case ofConetlpation Indigestion SICK Headache or Stomach Trouble when taken according to tUccUons OR W B CALDWELL tlftytoastdo as represented vra irjll refund the FBichaseprice fEPSi YnUp COWPAY t lc1J LL NewsAnd OpinionsOP National Importance THE SUN ALONE CONTAINS BOTH a Dally by mil sqOO a year Dally and Sinday by mallS800 a year The Sunday Sun Is the greatest Sunday Newspaper Ita the world l Prise6o ttQIymall E fo Jear Address THE SUN New York a I t k 0A 1 ioj t ff R ttf i II y i oil j THE BRECKfiNRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1900 5 r j j I I r A h r I j + r i- Ii I It j 1 s J 1i i JIi J 1I t ft t C I t i fi L i 7 i iI J r J I l L i I Ji I + i S- rrIr a J 1 it 1t t i o aia- it DOCtors Say Biliousand Intermittent Fevers Vhich prevail in miasmatic districts are invariably accompanied by derangements of the Stomach Liver and Bowels The Secret of Health heel e is the great driving in the mechanism of man and when it is out oforder the whole system becomes de ranged and disease is the result Tutts Liver Pills Cure all Liver Troubles n BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MAROH 7 1900 l1M1M1MM M l l1MM iIIThe News iin Brief J M444 4444 44444 44444 t Tile Ohio is rising The Ohio is booming Canned beeta at Sulzere HeInzs kraut at Sulzers Pickled onions at Sailers Tropical fruits at Snlzere Fresh tomatoes at Sippels Plenty of water for all purposes Babbagagegetables Hon Daisy Beavin has erysipelas B E Moorman has been quite sick Queensware and glassware at Sulzers Traiza Haltingly has gone to Owens boro Jack Moorman returned from Evans SundayCanned goods the largest variety at Sippols A J Katz was in town Saturday and Sunday Hale Daan of Owensboro was in town last week Eatwell gelatin something extra fine at Sulzara DM Duncan of Brandenburg was in the city Sunday Austin Popham of Irvington was in the city Sunday Wick Moorman was at home a few days last week Charley Hook Hardinsburg was in the city Sunday W J Dean Jr of Olendeane was in town several days last week- J D Gregory Jr of Louisville was in town Sunday and Monday Wood Weathorholt went to Cannelton Monday to renew his ferry license OtovlYV Joiner spent Sunday at Holt filling his regular appointment Mka Delia Batt spent Sunday in Can nelton with her mother Mrs Statira Batt Miss Ella Eobeitaon spent Saturday and Sunday at her home at Qlendeanof John Dean of tho Dean Tie Company was in Addison on business lost week JUV Marlow of tho Cincinnati Coop erage Co went to Ifawesville Monday Miss Ethel Oelze returned Thursday from a pleasant visit to friends at Georgetown c Mr 0 F Mnttingly has moved his family over Moorman Owens drug Etore j Charles P Babbageof Louisville was in town Monday calling on our mer chants Mrs Eliza Burks of Louisville is the guest of her sister Mrs Wm Minor at Addison MIss Pearl Perrigo returned Sunday night from a pleasant visit to friends in Lpuisville The negro minstrel is a sure go and will be presented to the public some I tune soon Miss Maria Watkins baa returned from a visit to Mrs James G Stephens at Addison Mr Oliver Howard has changed his post office address from Gueydan La to Panther Ky The Ladles Aid and Missionary Soclo ties met at the Methodest church Monday afternoon Miss Alice Dixon of Henderson was a passenger on the train for Louisville Thursday morning Rev Donald McDonald of Shelbyville was the greet of Mr and Mrs David R Murray while in the city RIchard Beavin and Albert Tabellng 1left Monday for Springfield III where they will reside in the future Mr JW Owen of Louisville who has been visiting his InMrs James H Stiles baa returned home Bev Robertson of Louisville preached at tie Christian church Sunday morning asd eveslBK and Monday evening jMdM D J Flood and their two feome boys John and Dennis Owen ardlnabarg Were in town Saturday opplng IB Womaa8 Parsonage and Home oa6oct ty of he hodiscchBrfihg j t the rhome of Mr WflBew j i 1fUI- fr 11 Oiled silk for sale at Salwrs Get your tobacco canvas at Sulzers Lodibnrg has a new railroad station A new residence is going up at How ant Good wallpaper 2J dente single roll at T F Sawyers WL Robinson of Pierce was here last week on business Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons of Irving ton went to Louisville Monday Judge A M Pulliam and wife of Gus ton went to Louisville Friday Mrs Ed Oglesby went to Addison Friday to see Mr James G Stephens Samuel Adkisson of Webster waa in town Sunday the guest of his brother Dr S B Adkisaon Mrs Joe Galley and children of Skill man arrived Sunday to spend it week visiting friends Mrs Minerva Gaogory mother of Ed and J D GeogoryJr who has been quite ill is some better Miss Belle Bruce Boyd and her grand father MrAIez Boyd who havo been in Louisville returned home Monday Sue Roberta and Griffith Watkins of Owensboro spent Saturday and Sunday here the guests of Margaret Moorman Mr and Mrs William Hofflns and lit tle son Elmore spent Sunday in Can nelton the guests of Mrs Statira Batt J H Brewer State deputy of the Woodman of the World is in the city organizing a lodge He has been quite successfulMr L Cornwell of Louisville was in the city yesterday Mr Cornweli contemplates opening the Ashby quarry below town in the spring Judge James R Skillman recently vis- Ited thetonsorial parlors and had his mus tache shaved He has tho appearance of some distinguished actor Mr James G Stephens isstill critically III at his home at Addison Dr Milner of Union Star and Dr Watkins of Owens doro are in constant attendance Mrs James SImm of Chicago and Mrs Caldwell Norton of Louisville are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs James G Stephens at Addison Vurges Payne and Wave Baard twc young men from IIardIneburg were here yesterday enroute to Suez III where they will cast their lots for this year The News follows them- Exrepresentative 0 A Wilson of NlcholasvIlle and who is a son of Mr J D Wilson postmaster of this city has a right to be the happiest man in that entire section This time it is twins a boy and a girl There is sufficientt talent in this city to have an excellent orchestra The young mon whose talent runs in this direction should perfect an organization It would be a great advantage to tho town and helpful to the young men H L Stader has some rare bargains for a farmer or anyone desiring mules horses wagons harness lIe has two excellent mules broke to the wagon also two of tho best wagon horses in the coun ty A number of brand new buggies which are all offered for sale cheap- J T F Otveu of Jollv Station was at Addison last week to see Mr Stephens Mr Owens wife Mrs G W Beard of liardlnsburjr Mr Johnson Dean of Glen deane and Mr Stephens are thn only ones left of about forty who went to Echool together at Ilardiusburg MUSICALE FRIDAY NIGHT AT TOE BAPTIST CHURCH There will be a musicale at tho Baptist church Friday night under tho manage ment of the young ladies of that church Tho celebrated Jackson Band of Haw esville who have a world wide reputation of rendering splendid music will assist them Miss Jessie Reynolds of Fordsville has kindly offered her assistance and the public will have the opportunity of hearing some excellent rendition of vo cal music The entire evening will be one of pleasure with both vocal and in strumental music interpersed with lo cal talent The muslcale begins at 730 oclock Admission 25 cents Lost tils Footing Clyde Morrison former employe of the NEWS office but now of tho Hen derson route at Louisville was on a ladder cleaning lamps Sunday evening when suddenly he lost his footing and fell He sustained injuries but not of a serious nature Notice The store rooms and rooms in second story of the Bowmer Building are for rent Apply to W H Bowmer Young Wan Dies With Consumption Austin Board Ion of Henry Board of Ouster died in Louisville Feb 27th His remains accompanied by D 0 Hall were brought to Ouster for burial Mr Board died of consumption Ho was 25 years old and had lived in Louis ville about two years XepIt In Your Home And when the bowels fail to act prop erlytake a dose of LYONS LAXATIVE 5vRuIIt acts gently pat effectually on- the kidneys liver and bowels will keep ydur system Iti good working order and koypH5compUjcon clear EKRON Peveral drummers were in town this weekMudl I Muddled Muddiest III and nothing but mud I Max Willet and Jima Wimp were in Brandenburg the second Miss Ermine Oraycroft was with Claire Wimp Saturday and Sunday Miss Pearl Benham was visIting Mrs Max Willett Saturday and Sunday The popular log man W X Hardin has returned from a trip to his home near Wolf Creek I We certainly need a low stepping stones or a plank walk here and there would help us out considerably Miss Allen Miss Bettie Miles Mr Will Jones and Mr David Meyer were guests off Miss Battle Jones Sunday Mrs Charley Anderson son and daugh ter of Guston came up to attend the association and spent the night with Mrs Stith and daughter Nellie Mrs Sing Brown who has been an invalid for nearly a year is able to be up and with the use of crutches can get about her house We hope soon to see her out Mrs J V Thomas was called to Croth ersville Ind to see her little grand daughter who Is very Ili She will also visit her sisters in Louisville before re turning Mr and Mrs John Frymire of Prest on were here this week looking around and talking with our merchants We will be glad to have them in our town but do not like the idea of giving up our merchantsMr Clarkson returned from Lexington and Louisville Friday night We will miss hfs Saturday trips toEkron as he has been shipping every Saturday for two months large number of cattle from here The Teachers Association met here Saturday March 3rd and in spite of the clouds and mud a large crowd and a number of teachers were in attendance No one seemed to mind the mud but all bad a pleasant day Let us havo you meet with us again when Ekron baa had a little sunshine to dry up some of its mud SAND CAVE FLAT Miss Annaod Grant of near Preston is visiting Miss Zula 11ckau han Thank you Golden Rod for your ap preciation and kindly mention of this scribeMr Schwab of Evansville Ind has bought tho Payne property here and moved to it last week Mr LIge Brown snd Mies Ethel Ald ridge elopedto Carinelton Ind last Thurs day whero they were married Mr and Mrs Cralton Cashman of near Union Star are tho guests of her parents Mr and Mrs FosterMckanghan Mien Dee Basham passed through hero last Saturday enroute to Stephensport where she was to open school Monday March 5 We agree with tho editor of the NEWJ in regard to the Evening Post We consider it an ideal dally and appre date its editorials very high y We were sorry to hear of tho death of fjrubee Ci YaE- RifZIIkne ou- Ueird Oi111 qqabout may have heard gULSIONgg that it is codliver oil with its bad taste and smell and all its other repulsive fea tures It is codliver oil the purest and the best in the world but made so palatable that almost everybody can take it Nearly all children like it and ask for more II SCOFFS EMULSION looks like cream = it nour ishes the wasted body of the baby child or adult better than cream or any other food in existence It bears about the same rela tion to other emulsions that cream does to milk If you have had any experience with other socalled just as good preparations you will find that this is a fact The hypophojphltes that are combined with the eod live oil give additional value to It became they tone up the nervotu system and impart strength to the whole body dUiPtISCOTT York Mr Reuben Rickets an old and respected citizen of Union Star The children and other relatives have our sincerest sympathyWe Miss Belie Cain of BewleyvilleI un winning the prize offered by the Evening Poet for the beet composition As this is the second prize she lies won it proves her to be a talented young lady of whom Breckenridge county is justly proud Brandenburg reminds us of one of Jobs comforters in her quaint way of dllnounclngblsright Ho spoke a little too hastily as many of us often do Fulsome praise is needless but we have thought of our Glendeane correspondent as it was said of Mark Hopkins that he on one end of A log and astudent on the other would make a university ROCK VALE Roads are so very muddy that farmers verybusyMiss Maggie Bright is quito ill Mr and Sirs Tuttle were the guests of her mother Saturday night Rove Richard and ing a successful meeting Macedonia Mr John Jones sons were the guests ol their cousins Edgar and Joe dim mons Saturday night Mrs Eliza Shreve died of heart disease TuesdayMr Mason sold his farm to Messrs Felix Matthews and Rhemus Burch Ho bought a farm on Green River near South Carolton for 1000 Mr Calvin Godsey of Shreve and Mr Lowe of North Carolina were the guests of Calvins sisters Eliza Overtoil Nancy Burch and Miss Yannah Overton Mr Cooper the merchant at this place is going to leave us We wiuh him much success wherever he may Ito Mis Flora Murphy has gone to attend school at the B N college She is an girlSheFordaviile where her many friends wish her success WEST VIEW January and March of this year had two new moone February had none Little May Mattingly has been very sick but is convalescing Mr Elihue Meador and family visited at Rev Felix Roberds Saturday and Sun dayMrs Elizabeth May who is visiting at F R Roberda has been on the sick list but is improving- Mr Ernest Aldridge who is attending school at Glendeaue was at home last weekProf Truman ot Fordsville one of Dreckenridges oldest teachers has been visiting at Harned Mr Truman is a great lover of education On the evening of Feb 28lh Mr Victor Glaecock and Miss Alice Smith were married at the homo of the bride RevA B Smile officiating The ceremony was witnessed by many Relatives on both sides The contracting parties are very popular young people and we wish them a prosperous and a happy wedded life Varying Effect of Accident Years ego said a Maine manef was standing beside a gun at a state muster at Augusta when a salute to tho goveilior who had Just come on tho field was being fired Tho cannon used was of the old fashioned kind and It was prematurely discharged with the result that the Index finger of tho right hand of tho moan ramming tho load homo was blown oil The shock together with the lodgment of flying particles of powder had the ef fect of driving tho blood buck from tho wound during which fragment of time tho Injured man calmly examined his mangled hand but when tho blood did come back It camo with a rush and fairly bubbled out In n torrent The mans calmness left him as if by magic at tho sight of tho blood and with a loud scream ho keeled over In a dead faintThey used to tell n story of two men who were working on opposlto sides of a buzzsaw The attention of ono becoming momentarily distracted bo ran his finger against the saw and the sobered piece dropped on the other side where his partner was working That worthy picked It up and with the casual remark Bill youve dropped something handed it back to its own er Bill didnt faint but It is only ow- Ing to tho superior burst of speed de veloped by his partner that ho is not doing time for homicide Now York Tribune A Had Sinn to Interrupt Wen Moses tell do sun ter stan etlll began the old deacon Dat warnt Moses Interjected a brother in the amen corned dat wuz Joshua Eg I sold continued tho deacon wen Joshua tell do sun Yoli didnt say dot at nlll said the brother who had corrected him Hit wuz mo dat said hit Hit wuz mo dat tuck yob up to hit Tho deacons patience was exhaust ed Ho folded hIs brass rimmed spectacles laid them carefully on tho table before him walked over to tho amen corner took the objecting brother by both arms from behind and with the swish of a cyclone swept him forward toward the door landing him precipitately in outer darkness Ez I wus sayltt fob des little inch dent occurred ho continued won Moses too Joshua tar tell do sun ter stan still Some of tho older learned brethren TbeTlookedbut they did not They let It go at that Atlanta Constitution 17M o1roN7 1 I WANTS4 v m Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion FOR SALECOW PEAS TOK SALRCO Pen ol the Uhlpporwil Jt variety They were cleaned on huller of the lateit Improved pattern They are alto better adapted to tbl climate than the South Price 150 per bushelEDGARG- OODMAN IHardlnburuKy FOR SALECOWS oneFIIAItRISFOR SALEMULE AND MARE tKhinds6ntcICLOSTB1XO shoeAreward by returning tame to C SIPPELL WANTED TO MIRE ITTANTEDSome good man with small family If to art at foreman on my limoI GREEN Falltot Rough Ky FOR SALEDULL nullFtell cheap at I want to make a change This Hull younghullsFOR SALEJACKS blackjacksforI sonable Cash or good note Come and see or address j G STEPHKNS Addison Ky STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR SALEStrawberrySilver New Seed and Wlnchcl No j Write far price list Ridge Plant Farm lEo W WmcitBL Proprietor Tobiniport Ind FOR SALEREGISTERED CATTLE SALE Some line CKiiteredI Polled Dur FOil Cattle Either sexLIEN A hTITH Kliztbethtown Ky FOR SALE rpHB Austin lleavln homestead containing SS I acres a house barn orchard and tome tim ber Also oneball Interest In the ttnre house occupied by Mr Hatwell In the city Cloverport F A IIKAVIN J C Z1AfTINGLY- tf Administrators LEGAL BLANKS aidtLeeal t Don NEWS OFFICE TUITION JOIt SALE Certificate in llryant I Stratton Business Colhrea Louisville Ky Apply 10- t tECK1tN1tIDOIPsEWS OFFICE NOTICE fiLL PKHSONS having claims against theei of JOHN SIATUN deceased are hereby notified to produce them belore me properly proven at Rosetta Ky MRS JENNIE SLATON Administratrix NOTICE TO CKEUITOKS PERSONS having claims against the uALL of IIAC11KL CLEMMONS deceased are hrrtbv notified In produce them before me at my office in Hardinsbuig KV properly proven on or before the first day of soonVAdministrator NOTICE TO CREDITORS i IL PERSONS having cUlms against Ihe es Itreherebyoffice in Hardlnibur Ky properly proven on or before the tint day of May term V G 1IAI1I1AGKAdmlnittrator h y IIGR D UP YOUR fOWlS have a few Barred Plym Rock Cockerels Also one Buff Cochin Cockerel I will Bell cheap if taken soon These birds are largo and fine and dress Box Como strictly Mns 32 and T thoroughbredJJ GEO H CASPERKE Jewelry and- Insurance Rest Policies for least money In Life Fire Tor undo and Accident Insurance 11RANDENBURG KY I K8k S New Store New Goods At prices that will surprise your purse i Everything in- Staple and Fancy Groceries S S FURROW i Kirk Ky SS S Mens i Shirts and Furnishings Correct uptodate Fancy Shirts in stiff bosom and negligee styles The newest patterns in highclass goods Shirts that are thoroughly well made to minutest detail including handmade buttonholes etc You can have your choice of hundreds A GOOD SHIRT with 2 Collars and Link Cuffs for We defy any ono to a better Shirt for the money All Silk at 100 i Soft 100 at 48 cts 75 cts and 150 5 2 e NOTICE Thomas C Tousey and Others ou Petition Kentucky County Court Regular Term Feb 20 1UO- OTT TO 1 of this Court that the petition of Thomas C Tousey and others lipretofore lodged with the Judge of the Brecken ridge County Court and tiled in this Court on the 24th day of February 1000 requesting that an election be held iu precinct No 1 in the Cloverport Magic terial District County Kentucky on the 28th day of April 1000 to take the sense of the legal voters of said precinct who are qualiflnl to vote at an election for tho county ollicnrs upon the whether or not spiritu ous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned iu said voting pre cinct and also whether the provisions of this law and prohibition shall apply to druggists in said precinctt or whether or not the or law now In force shall become and it further appearing that Bald petition was sinned by more than 25 per cent of the legal voters of said precinct cast at the last preceding general eleetion held In said precinct It is now ordered by the Court I that the request of said petitioners be granted and that an flection ho held on said 2Sih day of April 1UOO in said pre I duet No 1 Cloverport Ministerial Dis tract in state and county aforewid to take the sense of the legal voters ol said I precinct who are jualirlwl to vote at an election for county oillcHrs upon the whether or not spirituous VIIIOUH or malt liquors shall be sold bar tered or loaned iu acid precinct and also whether or not the provisions of this aw and ahull apply to druggists iu said precinct or whether or not the prohibition or law now in force shall bfcoma in said precinct And it is further ordered that the Sheriff of County open a poll at said votlui precinct on the said 28th day of April 1000 for the purpose of taking tho sense of the legal voters of said pre duct who aro qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon the whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bar tered or loaned in said precinct and also whether or not this provisions of this law and shall apply to druggists in said precinct or whether or not the or law now in force shall become inoperative in said precinct And the Sheriff of this county is ordered to give notice of said election and hold the same as required by law And such persons as shall be appointed by the Board of Election of County shall act as officers of said election and the said Sheriff shall so notify them and this cause is contin ued A copy Attest OWEN Clerk n NOTICE OF IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT and In pursuance to an order of tho County Court made at its regular February term 1000 Febru ary 20 1000 a poll will be opened and an election held in voting precint No2 Cloverport District Breck enrldge County Kentucky at the voting place therein on the 28th day of April A D 1000 to take the sense of the legal voters of said precinct who are qualified to vote for county officers upon the whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bar tsred or loaned therein and also whether or not this law and shall apply to druggists therein and whether or not the or law now in force shall become in said will be held between the hours of 7 oclock a m and 4 oclock p m Witness my hand as Sheriff of the County of State of Kentucky this the 00 day of March AD 1000 F P PAYNE 8 B 0 S 100 produce Front Fancy Bosom white body others SULZERSPHONE RING Breckenridge APPEARING TllBSATISFAO- ton Breckenridgo proposition prohibition inoperative proposition prohibition inoperative flreckoiiridgB proposition prohibition prohibition Commissioners Urtckenridee CUNNINGHAM ELECTION NOTICE Breckenridge Magisterial proposition prohibition prohibition inoperative precinctSaid Breckenridge 1 N I i Sweetest Sweets iii i i iip i 0 HandmadeY v Candies o iican be found atii IfYi BABBAGES + oi e o Fresh assortment e eandYg i LeaveoIYourOrderso 0 ii040 oo e cents 0 per pound o V yyWV 0 eo yV otvwo ooo cry l HOMES ON I EASY TERMS i fastWo own U61J front by 200 feet deep in Cloverport adjacent to tho John Allan Murray residence There is i a cottage already on one end of tho lot which we will sell with 48J feet of ground long time with a very cash monthly payment payments and onff We are willing to build a to half suit of purchaser tho lot and on iitoge same further R N plan Hudson thoii the L H St L Ry Cloverport Ky CoiiColumbia Finance Louisville and Trust Ky Administrators Notice ALL PERSONS indebted to tho estate V B Burton deceased or those persons having claims against the estate will mllkeluch claims known to me I will be at Hardinabnrg on Saturdays in March and April Youllplease call and settle such claims and iia settiledheROSUOE LASLIE Administrator v s Myi h Mo r e r 1 TT T = II ju Lr V r i k AHI I 0mBBRECKBNRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1900 THE CRUCIFIXIONt OF PHILIP STRONG Ii By REV CHARLES M SHELDON Author ofhIn Ills Steps What Would Jesus Do Alalcom Kirk Robert Hardys Seven Days Etc Copyrighted 1800 by Tbo Advocate Publishing Co I gle evenings entertainment for people who dont need It than they give to the salvation of men In a whole year I protest out of tho soul that God gave me against such wicked selfishness And I will protest If society spurn mo from It nn a bigot n Puritan and a boor For society In Christian Ameri ca IH not Christian In this matter no not after the Christianity of Christi What can you do about It Philip His wife asked the question sadly Bhe had grown old fast since coming to Milton antI a presentiment of evil would In spite of her naturally cheery disposition cling to her whenever she considered Philip and his work- I can preach on It anti I will Ho wise Philip You trend on dir ficult ground wizen you enter societys realmWell dear I will be as wise as a serpent and harmless ns a dove al though I must confess I never knew or I can preach on it and I wilt Just exactly how much that verso meant But preach on It I must and willAnd when the first Sunday of the month came Philip did preach on It to tho dismay of several members of his church who were In the habit of giving entertainments and card par ties on a somewhat elaborate scale lIe had never preached on tho subject of amusumeutH ami ho stated that bo wished It to be plainly understood that he was not preaching on the subject now It was a question which went deeper than that and took hold of tim very first principles of human society A HliiRlf passage In the sere mon will show the drift of It all We have reached a time In tho history of the world when It Is the Christian duty of every man who calls himself a disciple of the Master to live on a simpler less extravagant basis The world has been living beyond IVa means Modern civilization has been exorbitant In Its demands and every dollar foolishly spent today means suffering fur sonic one who ought to be relieved by hat money wisely ox pcnttf An entertainment glen by people of mcuiM to other people of means In these hart times In which money Is lavished onslowcrs food and dress is In iny opinion an act of which Christ would not approve 1 do not mean to say that he would object to the pleasure which flowers food and dross will give but ho would say that It Is an unnecessary enjoyment nud expense nt this particular crisis through which we are passing He would Bay that money and time should be given whore people more In need of them might have the benefit lIe would say that when a town Is In tho situation of ours today It Is not a time for any eclflsh use for nay material blessingUnless I mistake the spirit of tho modern Christ If be were here he would preach to tho whole world the necessity of a far simpler less expen sive style of living and above all ac tual self denial on the part of society for tho brotherhood of man What is society doing now What sacrifice Is It making When it gives a charity ball does It not spend twice as much In getting up the entertainment to please Itself as It makes for the poor In whoso behalf tho ball Is given you think I am severe Ask 0 member of Calvary church DoII has been the extent of your tot tho world this year before you condemn mo for being too strict or par ticular It Is because we live In such times that the law of service presses upon us with greater Insistence than ever And now moro than during any of the ages gone Christs words ring In our cars with 20 centuries of reverber ation Whosoever will not deny him self and take up his cross bo cannot bo my dlsclplo Of all tho sermons on Christ and modern society which Philip had thus tar preached none had hit so hard or win applied so personally as this The Goldcns went homo from the service In a towering rage That settles Cal vary church for mel said Mrs Golden ai she flung herself out of the building after the service was over I consid er that the most Insulting sermon I aver heard from any minister It la Imply outlandish and how the church can endure such preaching much Ion ger Iiia wonder to me I dont go near It again while Mr Strong U the minis r imiwotknu It yLkiit I societyIcarries A lover use of tho word outlandish applied ci thor to persons or thing When the evening service was over Philip as bls habit was lay down on the couch in front of the open fire un ill the days uicUomein hall subsided a little It was almost the only evening In the week when he gave himself up to complete rest of mind and body Ho had lbeen lying there about a quarter of an hour when Mrs Strong who had been moving a plant back from one of tho front windows and had been obliged to raise a curtain stepped back Into the room with an exclama tionPhilip there Is some one walking back and forth In front of the housel I have heard the steps ever since we came home And just now I saw a man stp and look In here Who can It bar Maybe Its the man with tho bur glars lantern come back to get his knife said Philip who had always made a little fun of that incident as his wife had told It However ho rose antI went over to the window Sure enough there was a man out on the sidewalk looking straight at the house He was standing perfectly still Philip and his wife stood by tho win dow looking at the figure outside and as It lid not move away at last Philip grew a little Impatient and went to tho door to open It and ask the man what he meant by staring Into peoples houses In that fashion Xow do bo careful wont you en treated his wife anxiously Yes I presume It Is some tramp or other wanting food Theres no dan ger I know lie flung the door wide open and call ed out In his clear hearty voice Anything you want friend Come up and ring the bell if you want to get In anti know us Instead of standing there on the walk catching cold and making us wonder who you are In response to this frank and Inform al Invitation the figure came forward nnd slowly mounted the steps of the porch As the face came Into view moro clearly Philip started and fell back a little It was not because the taco was that of an enemy nor because It was repulsive nor because be recognized nn old acquaintance It was a taco ho had never to his knowledge seen be fore Yet the Impulse to start hack before It seemed to spring from tho rec ollection of just such a countenance moving over his spirit when he was In prayer or In trouble It all passed In a seconds time and then ho confronted the man as a complete stronger There was nothing remarkable about him He was poorly dressed and car ned a small bundle Ho looked cold nnd tired Philip who could never resist tho mute appeal of distress In any form reached out his hand and said kindly Come In my brother you look cold and weary Como In and sit down before the fire and well have a bite of lunch I was Just beginning to think of having something to cat myself Philips wife looked a little remon strance but Philip did not see It and wheeling an easy chair before the fire ho made tho man sit down and pull- Ing up a rocker ho placed himself opposite The stranger seemed a little surpris ed at tho action of tho minister but niado no resistance Ho took off his hat and disclosed a head of hair whIte as snow and said in a voice that sounded singularly sweet and true You do mo much honor sir Tbo fire feels good tills chilly evening and tho food will bo very acceptable And I have no doubt you havo a good warm bed that I could occupy for tho nightPhilip stared hard at his unexpected guest and his wife who bad started out of the room to get tho lunch shook her head vigorously as sho stood behind tho visitor as a sign that her bus band should refuse such a strange request Ho was taken aback a little and bo looked puzzled rho words wcro uttered In tho utmost simplicity Why yes wo can arrange that all right ho said There Is a sparo room and excuse mo for a moment whllo I go and help to get our lunch Philips wife was telegraphing to him to como Into tho other room and ho obediently got up and wont Now Philip she whispered vhen they were out In tho dining room you know that Is a risky thing to do You aro all tho tlmo Inviting all kinds of characters In here Wo cant keep this man all night Who ever beard of such a thing as a perfect stronger com ing out with a request like that I bolero the man la crazy It certainly will not do to let him stay hero all nightPhilip looked puzzled I declare H Is strange He doesnt appear like an ordinary tramp But somehow I dont think hes crazy Why shouldnt wo let him have the bod to the room off the eaat parlor I- cz3 light the flre In the stove there and nuke blm comfortable But we dont know who he Is You- let your ympathie run away with yr Judgment VP dl llatatla JDMkMMfcsaW 14 HMk 4Mb e eWA talk with him awhile Yon got the lunch and well see about the rest afterwardSo back and sat down again He was hardly seated when his visltoi saidIf your wife objects to my staying here tonight of course I dont wish to I dont feel comfortable to remain where Im not welcome Oh youre perfectly welcome said Iblllp hastily with some embarrass ment while his strange visitor went on Jm not crazy only a little odd you know Perfectly harmless It will be perfectly safe for you to keep mo over nightThe man spread his thin hands out before the Ore while Philip sat and watched him with a certain fascination now to his Interest In all sorts and conditions of men Mrs Strong brought In a substantial lunch of cold meat bread and buttermilk and fruit and then placed It on a table In front of the open fire where IIP and his remarkable guest ate like hungry men It was nftrr this lunch had been eaten anti the table removed that a scene occurred Which would bo Incredible If KB reality and truthfulness did not compel us to record It as a part of the life of Philip Strong No one will wish to dully the power and significance of this event as It Is unfolded In the movement of this story- CHAPTEH XI I beard your sermon this morning said Philips guest while Mrs Strong was removing the small table to the lining room Did you asked Philip becauso bo could not think of anything wiser to sayYes said the strange visitor aim ply Ho was so silent after saying this one word that Philip did what he nev er was In the habit of doing lIe always shrank back sensitively from asking for an opinion of his preaching from any one except his wife But now he could not help saying What did you think of It It was one of the best sermons I ever beard Hut somehow It did not sound sincere What T exclaimed Philip almost an grily If there was one thing he felt sure about It was the sincerity of his preaching Then he checked his feel ing as ho thought how foolish It would bo to get angry at a passing tramp who wa probably a little out of his mind Yet the mans remark bad a strange power over him Ho tried to shake It off as be looked harder at him The man looked over at Philip and repeated gravely shaking his head Not sincere Mrs Strong came back Into the room and Philip motioned her to sit down near him while be said And what makes you think I was not sincere You said the age In which we lived demanded that people live In a far aim pIer less extravagant style Yes that Is what I said I believe It too replied Philip clasping hIs hands over lila knee and gazing at his singular guest with earnestness Tho mans thick white hair glistened In the open firelight like spun glass And you said that Christ would not approve of people spending money for flowers food and dress on those who did not need It when It could more wisely be expended for the benefit of those who were In want Yes Those were not my exact words but that was my Idea Your Idea Just so And yet wo have hall hero In this llttlo lunch or as you called It a bite of something three different kinds of meat two klnda of bread hothouse grapes and the rich est kind of milk Tho man said all this In tho quietest calmest manner possible and Philip stared at him more assured than ever that ho was a little crazy Mrs Strong looked amused and said You seemed to enjoy tho lunch pretty welL Tlio man had eaten with a zest that was redeemed from greediness only by a delicacy of manner that no tramp over possessedMy madam said the man perhaps this was a case where the food was given to one who stood really In need of It Philip started as If ho had suddenly caught a meaning from tho mans words which ho had not before heard In them Do you think it was an extravagant lunch then ho asked with a very slight laugh Tho man looked straight at Philip md replied slowly Yes for tho times In which wo live A sudden silence tell on tho group of three In the parlor of the parsonage lighted up by the soft glow of the coal fire No one except a person thoroughly familiar with the real character of Ihlllp Strong could have told why that silence tell on him Instead of a careless laugh at tho crazy remark of a half witted stranger tramp Just how long the silence lasted bo did not know only when It was broken ho found himself saying Man who aro you Where nro you from And what Is your name Ills guest turned his head a little and replied When you called me In here you stretched out your hand and called mo brother Just now you called me by tho great term man These are ny names You may call mo Brother Man Well then Brother Man sold PhIlip smiling a llttlo to think of the very strangeness of the whole affair your reason for thinking I was not sincere In my sermon this morning was because of the extravagant lunch this evening Not altogether There are other reasons The man raddenly bowed his bead between bit hands and thlt PblUphatnun Ton are tired and It Is time1 to put out the Ujtts and go to bed Oft ils out of tile house BOW u soon at 00 am V Trnrtr mttnl Vt kas4 lit went on tail g Just as 1C He BaoTfiot broken ofrabrupUy- Other reasons In your sermon you toll the people they ought to live less luxuriously You point them to the situation In this town whore thousands of men are out of work You call attention to the great poverty and distress all ever the world and you say the tlmrs demand that people live far simpler less extravagant lives And yet here yw live yourself like a prince Like a prince ho repeated after a peculiar Ket re which seemed to Include not only what was In the room but all that was In the bouse Philip glanced at his wife as people do when they suspect n third parson being out ef his mind and saw that her expression was very much like his own feeling although not exactly Then they both glanced around tho room It certainty did look luxurious even If not prtneety The personage was nn old mansion which had one belonged tea wealthy hut eccentric sea captain lIe had built to please himself something after the colonial fashion and large square rooms gen erous fireplaces with quaint mantels and tiling anti hard wood floors gave the houfttt nn nppcaranco of solid com fort that Approached luxury The church hi Hilton bad purchased the property from the heirs who had become Involved In ruinous speculation and parted with the house for a sum little represcuttns Its real worth It had been changvd a little and modern ized although the old fireplaces still re mained and ono spare room an annex to the house proper had been added recently There was an air of decided comfort bordering on luxury In the different pieces of furniture and tho whole appearance of the room You understand sold Philip as his glance traveled back to his visitor that this house Is not mine It belongs to my church It is the parson age and I am simply living hi It as theministerYes You a minister are living In this princely house while other people have not whero to lay their heads Again Philip felt the same tempta tion to anger steal Into him and again ho checked himself at the thought The man Is certainly insane Tho whole thing Is simply absurd I will get rid of him And yet Ho could not shako off a strange and powerful Impression which the stran gets words bad made upon him Crazy or not the man hall hinted at the possibility of an Insincerity on his part which made him restless lie deter- mIned to question him and see If ho really would develop a streak of In sanity that would Justify him In get ting rid of him for the night Brother Man hesaid using tho term hIs guest had given him do you think I am living too extravagantly to live as I doT Yes in those times and after such a sermonWhat would you have me do Phil ip asked the question half seriously half amused at himself for asking advice from such a source Do as you preach that others ought toAgain that silence tell over the room And agalu Philip felt the same Im pression of power In the strange mans wordsThe Brother Man as he wished to be called bowed his head between his hands again and Mrs Strong whispered to her husband Now It Is certainly worse than foolish to keep this up any longer The man Is evidently Insane Wo cannot keep him here all night Ho will certainly do something terri ble Get rid of him Philip This may be a trick on the part of the whisky menNever In all his life had Philip been so puzzled to know what to do with a human being Hero was one tho strangest he had over met who had como Into his house It Is truo ho had been Invited but onco within bo hall Invited himself to stay all night and then had accused his entertainer of living too extravagantly and called blm an Insincere preacher Add to all tills tho singular fact that be hall declared his name to bo Brother Man and that bo spoke with a calmness that was the very Incarnation of peace and Philips wonder reached Its limit In response to his wifes appeal Philip rose abruptly and went to tile front door He opened It and a whirl of snow danced In Tho wind had changed and the moan of a coming heavy storm was In the air The moment that be opened the door his strange guest also arose and butting on his hat ho said as he moved slowly toward the hall I must bo go Ing I thank you for your hospitality madam Philip stood holding the door partly open He was porpjoied to know just what to de or say Whore will you stay tonight Where Is your horneT My home is with my friends replied the man He laid his hand on tho door opened it and had stepped one foot out on tho porch when Philip ached with an Impulse laid his hand on his arm gently but strongly pulled him back Into the hall shut tho door and placed his back against It Yon cannot go out Into this storm until I know whether you have a place to go to fur the night The man hesitated curiously sbuf tied his feet on the mat put his hand up to his face and passed It across his eyes with a gesture of great weariness KALSAgver 741 4 St t Uri ctcr MLr Xiagmra power WU used as long ago u 1725 when the French erected a sawmill near the site of the present factor f the PIttsburg ReductiOn ceppanjr II traa used for the forposo ff MpfriTtaf wed tefflbee fax Fort Hktm L Philip stood holding the MOT partly open There was a look of loneliness and of unknown sorrow about his whole fig ure that touched Philips keenly sensi tive spirit Irresistibly If the man was 1 little out of his right mind he was probably liarmless They could not turn him out Into the night If bo had nowhere to go Brother Man said Philip gently would you like to stay here tonight Rave you anywhere else to stay You are afraid I will do harm But no See Let us sit down tIe laid his hat on the table resumed his seat and asked Philip for a Bible Philip handed him one Ho opened It and read a chapter from the prophet Isaiah and then sitting iIg the chair bowing hIS bead between his hands ho offered a prayer of such wonderful coTINu- snPERFECT SCALES LAGT Fantvtn wPnArrz i1inT Nm COMBINATION 11BAH nm JUiUl MOS CHEAPEST A MO BUST JONSS OF BINGHAMTON BlriaHAMTOH H v NOTICE John C Multlngly and Others on Petition Kentucky Breckenridge County Court Regular Term Feb 26 1000 TT APPEARING TO THE SATISFAC JL tloa ol title Court that the petition of John O Mattingly and others hAretofore lodged with the Judge of the Brecken ridge County Court and filed in this Court on tho 24th day of February 1900 nqueetlnif that an election be held In precinct No 1ID the Cloverport Magisterial District Breckenridge County Kentucky on the 28th day of April 1000 10 uU the sense of the legal voters ol said precinct who are qualified to vote at mi election for tho county officers upon the proposition whether or not spiritu ous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said voting pro iiinct and also whether the provisions of this law nnd prohibition shall apply to druggists in said precinct or whether or not the prohibition or law now in iorce shall become it furtherInoporatlvetand1 IIlplrlnit that signed by more than 25 per cent of the legal voters of said precinct cast at the last preceding general election held in said precinct It Is now ordered by the Court that the request of said petitioners bo granted and that an election be held on said 28th day of April 1000 in said pre cinct No 1 Cloverport Magisterial DIs trlct in state and county aforesaid to takn the sense of the legal voters of said prtcinct who are qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous viuom or malt liquors shall be sold bar leml or loaned iu said precinct and also whether or not the provisions of this aw anti prohibition shall apply to druggists In said pr cinct or wbethr or not the prohibition or law now in force shall income inoperative In said precinct And it ia further ordered that the Sheriff- f Urcckunndge County open a poll at mild votIng precinct on the said 28th day of April 1000 for the purpose of taking tbo sense of the legal voters of said pta cinct who are qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituoup vinous or malt liquors phall be sold bar tered or loaned in said precinct and also whether or not the provisions of this law and prohibition shall apply to drug slum in said precinct or whether or not the prohibition or law now in force shall heroine inoperative in said precinct And the Sheriff of this county is ordered to give notice of said election and hold the fame as required by law And such perrons as shall be appointed by the Board oft Election Commissioners of Brrckenrldiw County shall act as officers of said election and the said Sheriff shall so notify them and this cause is contin ued A copy Attest OWEN CUNNINGHAM Clerk NOTICE OF ELECTION IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT NOTICE1 t and in pursuance to an order of the Breckenridge County Court made at its Kgular February term 1000 February 26 1900 a polL will be opened and an election leld In votlnR preclnt No1- Oloverport Mllgisterlal District Bred nrldge County Kentucky at the voting AprilADl900voters of said precinct who are qualIfied- to vote for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bar tired qr loaned tbeein andaJao Wbet- herorlIotthla law and prohibition shall apply to drnggits therein and whether- or not the prohibition or law now in force shall become Inoperative in said ireclnct Bald el action will be hOld between the ionra of 7 oclock a m and 4 oclock p fc Wines my band as Sheriff of the County of BreckenridM State of Xelltaeklth 3d dir of March AJ ioOO er P P PAYNE 8jTi r CONTRACTOR AND PAINTER Estimates Furnished on all Work PAINTING E Guaranteed to be Strictly FirstClass For further information address JJ H1 WILLETT CLOVERPORT KY Office In Hear of Moorman A Owen Drug Store Dr J L MOORMAN Dentist iuHianteea satisfaction in all kinds fit Dental work CLOYERPORT KY Shorthand Penmanship Etc taught BIT MAILFi- lII courses 25 cash or you can pay 100 OR S200 PER MONTH IoMii unl Minks me The principal of thl IChoo It the cithor of the LEADING jritctn of bookkeeping prlatelschoolllncludlnri Khntlhint Is taught Students from every State Vrn ran graduate In your SCARE TIME be It ever so lltiie lirtduilM uiUtd to position SriciALt- ATSS TO ThOu WHO BEND FOR CAHALOCUXS AT OHO SCHWARTZ SCHOOL 2151 West Jefferson St LouUvllle K LOCUST LAWN HERD of Registered Poland China Swine The herd Is beaded by Commodore Sampson 16385 a son of KMg Trenton 56CS the greatest prize winning Poland China hog livlnfor dead Commodore Sampson Is a cele brated sire and we can truthfully say without casting any reflection on Bieckenrldge county that we never expected to see as grand a bred hog or 10 fine an individual within her borden We sell no show records nut we can sell aged snrgilIA boars ready for service spring and will pleise you Cheap lot quality of stock Call on or address 0 A FOOTE SON- 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THAT A M LY NEWSPAPEWH0U1flCOKTAINIs ItcIeIlL Thtirelie h i MaflM i lJatrMzflsstbiIJM fer HH T ariiiJU fer aHr Iii l- lih i l 4d II THE BREGKENRIDQB NEWS t WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1900 7 i j Ifo f fJ fI I l k 1E I t I I tlv tlI I j BRECKENRIDGE NEWS A Queer Trancaotlon A casual observer might supposo that our business was Intensely pro- saIc sold a Poydras street commis slog merchant but such Is far from being the case All sorts of queer things happen In it not the least of which aro occasional consignments wo rccclvo from nowhero In particular For Instance back In 1800 or thoroI ibout wo got a load of fine onions ono day by boat No directions accompa pled thorn but we took It for granted they would arrive by mall When tho expected letter failed to put In an apIpearance and wo instituted Inquiries wo could get no clew to the Identity otIthe shipper and all wo could do was to sell the lot and deposit the money In bank waiting on a claimant Fully three years had elapsed when to my surprise another load of the same kind of onions camo to band ac companied by a letter from the sender saying that ho had forwarded a similar consignment at such and such a date and that his business relations with tho house had been so satisfactory he wished to repeat the transaction Wb sent a check for tho lump sum but what the dickens ho meant by his bust ness relations being satisfactory when ho had had only ono deal with us and didnt get his money on that I never found out I supposo ho just forgot New Orleans TimesDemocrat It is very hard to stand idly by and see our dear ones suffer while awaiting the arrival of the doctor An Albany N Y dairyman called at a drug store there for a doctor to come and see his child then very sick with croup Not finding the doctor in he left word for him to come at once on his return He also bought a bottle of Chamberlains r fejugh Remedy which he hopedwould give some relief until the doctor should arrive In a few hours he returned say lug the doctor need not come as the child was much better The druggist Mr Otto Scholz says tho family has since recommended Chamberlains Cough Remedy to their neighbors and friends until ho has had a constant de mand for it from that part of the coun try For salu by A R Fisher Clover port R A Shellman Stepheneport Makeshift Wedding Rings Curious Instances havo been cited whero makeshift substitutes for tho conventional wedding ring havo been utilized during the marriage ceremony Ono such Instance occurred some time ago In a nearby town where tho ring was missing Nothing better being available as a substitute a curtain ring was used and on still another oc carton the ring handle of tho church key was utilized A couple In this stato used In such an emergency a ring formed from the outer edge of a coin and which had been carried by somo ono present as a curiosity A gallant best man camo to tho res cue at a recent wedding when tho ring was not forthcoming at tho right tIme Ho drew from hIs tie the slender stick pin that had been adorning It and bending tho wire into ring shape hand ed the Improvised wedding ring to the distracted groom A horseshoe nail bent to tbo shapo ot- a ring is said to bring a great deal of luck to the owner and tho lead cramp ring worn six centuries ago has given place to various rings now worn toII prevent and euro rheumatism nati Commercial Tribune A Fiendish Attack An attack was lately make on O F Collier of Cherokee Iowa that nearly proved fatal It came through life kid neys His back got no lame he could not stoop without erect pain nor sit in a chairexceot propped by cushions No remedy helped him until he triad elec trio Bittern which effected such a won derful change that ho writes ho feels like k new man This marvelous medicine cures backache and kidney trouble purl lies the blood and builds up your health Only 50c at Short and Haynes ding store The wild white sheen Is found nowhere In the world but In Alaska and tow specimens for mounting whole Rave ever been obtained JUUjr M Battle In the first aid that is rendered on the field after a battle nothing Is at tempted beyond the arrest of hemorrhage the application of temporary splints for fractures and antiseptic dressing There Is no washing or ex ploratlon of wounds The clothes aro merely slit up with scissors not removed thus insuring protection to the patients body and saving unnecessary disturbances The sergeant in charge of tho collection station has a field companion a water bottle and a small reserve of bandages and first dress- Ings In his caro to replenish the Bur gical haversacks with which tho bear ers are supplied- Triangular bandages are chiefly used on the battlefield made from a 38 Inch square of linen or calico cut diagonal ly into halves Almost anything that comes to hand may bo used as impro vised splints sticks telegraph wire bark of trees straw riles bayonets lances and so on The splint If neces nary Is padded with straw or leaves or grass and Is fastened with straps torn from the soldiers equipment or with strips of a shirt securely bound with tho triangular bandage Bound up with the rifle splint a wounded man Is mado so secure that bo can hardly move a muscle Ono leg Is firmly bound to the rifle and the an kles aro tied together so that tho in jured limb is almost as rigid as tho rifle at Its side London Standard A Cheerful Llnr I have followed trout streams over slnco I was a boy said a Providence crank and have tried to solve for many years the causo of the apparent decrease In brook trout Recently I think I discovered tho cause of tho ex- termInation I was fishing along a brook near Oakland Beach U I when I saw a largo snake with n half masti cated trout In its mouth The action of the snake Interested me and stand lag quiet I studied the snake closely On the end of tho snakes tall was a sharp bony growth shaped like a hook After a few moments my watching was rowarded by seeing tho snake glide over to some bushes growing along the bank and catch a grasshopper In Its mouth Tho snake then placed the grasshopper carefully on the hookllke thing on the end of its tallBy this tlmo my curiosity was thoroughly aroused continued the fisher man Tbo snaKo crawled up on a log that extended from tho bank Into the brook and let its tall hang Into the wa ter In a moment up came a trout and snapped at the grasshopper It was short work for the snake to trans ter the fish from its tall to its mouth and I had solved the problem of the ex termination of brook troutCleve Plain Dealer He Fooled the Surgeons All doctors told Renick Hamilton of West Jefferson 0 after suffering 18 mouths from Rectal Fistula ho would die unless a costly operation was per formed but he cured himself with five boxes Bucklens Arnica Salvo the surest Pile cure on Earth and the best Salve in the world 25 cents a box Sold by Short Haynes Druggists Tempering Copper Not a Loat Art Tbo allegation that ancient Egyptians tempered copper and bronze to carry a razor edge Is not borne out by Investi gation Thomas Harper of Bellevue Pa challenges any one to produce a anI cated by any metal worker today Ho says that In examining hundreds of specimens alleged to havo been temper ed to tho degreo that steel Is tempered ho failed to find any nor had he dis covered any ono who had seen such work and the fable which has been Implicitly believed for centuries Is be- Ing shattered In tho light of modern re searchThis Is not the only story believed for centuries tending to belittle tho man of today to mako him the Inferior of IllsI forefathers which failed under the searchlight of inquiry and science The ancients were children In mechanical knowledge as compared to tho people of today and If there was a demand for any particular building or piece of work such as was produced by the an cleats It could be duplicated and Im proved on by the skilled artisans of theI nineteenth century American Manufacturer rJrI lM Ring out the old R1BIIa the saw RIng out the faire fling uthe tau We bring to you the new and true from the My forests of Norway DR BELL- SPineTarHoney Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Poslttre Crete for coughs colds and all Inflamed surface of the Lungs and Bronchial Tube The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhilarated i tho microbebearing mucus Is cut out j the cause of that tickling Is removed and theInflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that thin 1to DO Inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DrlUQQISTS settleOely 28o BOo any 100 HIM IB SURE YOU GET l e r fills FimTirlmfMw tar L a sa ad rraas owldaN a Store Than Uo Oarcalned For One evening when a traveling circus was on Its way to a largo town tho proprietor resolved to make a halt for a few hours at a village some two or three miles from the town So on agent was sent on In advance to tho village to secure a favorable Held for the rest by the wayside Noticing a large and suitable field bo sought out tho owner and told him bo would like to turn something out In the field for an hour or so before going on to tho town and concluded by ask ing how much bo required for the use of the field Well said tho farmer I suppose half a crown wont hurt you That was the ready reply will do very welL But pehaps you dont mind taking a crown an offer tho somewhat astonished yeoman was only too glad to accept Fancy his surprise when a few hours afterward a herd of elephants n doz en dromedaries and about 200 horses and ponies had not only been turned out Into tho field but were fairly wip ing tho herbage out of existence That the farmer was furious goes without saying but the circus proprie tor pointed out that bo had received twlco as much as ho had asked for something to bo turned out for an hour or twoBut roared tho farmer more Irato than ever do you think I bargained for a Noahs arkTltD1ts Frequent Coughing Inflames the lungs Foleys Honey and Tar stops the coughing and heals the lungs The ordinary cough medi cines which are simply expectorants will not do this as they koep tho lungs irritated in throwing off the phlegm Moorman Owen- Astounding Politeness The truck driver Is proverbially profane and when one Is discovered who doesnt swear between syllables when his vehicle Is jammed In a bunch of other trucks and blocked trolley cars you feel like taking off your hat to him Down at Second and Chestnut streets ono afternoon when traffic was at Its thickest and trucks and cars were lined along both thoroughfares two truck men had equal chances of making tho crossing Ono was coming down ChestI nut and the other along Second street Uad they been ordinary truckmen each would have whipped up and the chances arc that a collision would have resulted But these two were not or dlnary truckmen With Chestcrfleldlan grace one waved his arm to the other Inviting him to take precedence You first shouted tho driver whereupon a messenger boy who had witnessed tho remarkable scene gasped and nearly swallowed his cigarette stump After you was the next contribution to this remarkable dialogue Wouldnt that Jar you muttered a motorman who was standing clanging his bell for all ho was worth The two truckmen continued to mo tion for each other to go ahead I Insist shouted one Oh no I In sist shouted the other Finally a po liceman Interfered Say one o yous ducks git a move on ho commanded This aint no pink tea Tho truck man coming down Chestnut street con sented to cross tho street and traffic was gradually resumed Philadelphia Record Whats Your Face Worth 7 Sometimes a fortune but never If you have a sallow complexion a jaundiced look moth patches and blotches on tho skIn all signa of LlverTrouble But Dr Kings Now Life Pills gives Clear SkinI Rosy Cheeks Rich Complex on Only 25 cents at Short Haynes drug store Proud of III Label A dtstongy looking young man board ed a Fourteenth street car at Massa chusetts avenue tho other night not was carrying a leather suit case Pasted all over the suit caso were la bels Indicating much foreign travel steamer pasters slapped on at Dleppe Havre Ostend Bremen Cherbourg Liverpool Yarmouth Naples and rail road labels that bore the names of all lines all the way from Constantinople to St Petersburg Tho young man of dlstangy appearance put the suit case flown between his legs and all tho pee plo In tho scats opposite began a fas cinated sort of Inspection of tho labels A stout man with several of tho com ponent parts of a jag who sat next to tho young man seemed to regard thoI labels with particular Interest lIeI stooped over and deciphered themI carefully and elaborately and then hoI looked up at tho owner of tho suitt case with a leer Been around right smart haint you podncr bo Inquired The young man regarded him with a smileNever been farther away fromI Washington than Now York In my life ho replied without any hesita tlon whatsoever I got that wholo bunch of labels for half a dollar at a little money exchanging joint down near the Battery in New York Hot scheme Isnt ItI Tho frankness of the statement so dazed several of tho passengers who overheard It that they got oft at the wrong theater Washington Post We have saved many doctor bills since we began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy in our home We keep abottle open all the time anJ whenever any off my family or myself begin to catch coldI we begin to use the Cough Remedy andI as a result we never have to send away fora doctor and incur a large doctor bill for Chamberlains Cough remedy never fails to cure It is certainly a medicine of great merit and worthD S Mearkle general merchant and farmer Mattle Bedford county Fa For sale by A B Fisher Cloverport R A Shell man Stephenaport The Time Comes to every elderly woman when an im placeTWsTheentirceystemundcrgocsachangeDreadful consumption ore often contracted a- tMcELfEES this time Wino ofGardui strengthens and purifies the entire system and brings the sufferer safely over these pitfalls Its effects have been wonderful It is good for all menstrual troubles but is especially recommended at this time Ask your druggist for tho famous Wine of Cardui 8100 a bottle specialdirectionsvisory Department The Chatta ChAttanoogaTermTermTIIOKAB J COOPER Tupelo Situ say tld ulster laaered from Irregulsr and painful nstruation and docton could not reUno Mr Vlaa of Cardul entlnlr cured her and also helped toy mother through the Chanca ot Life- Looking Out For Alma Mater No doubt the casual observer has of ten noticed how unceasingly bequests Cow Into the treasuries of certain uni versities but he may not know that the alumni of those Institutions particularly the lawyers have It always on their minds to secure or at least to suggest bequests One of these men a prominent cor poration lawyer of this city was speak ing of the custom tho other day lIe explained that a lawyer and his client usually sit down to talk over the general subject of a will If tho client has more than enough money to meet the actual needs of his family ho common ly says something of charitable or edu cational Institutions generally In a vague way which makes It quite nat ural for his lawyer to suggest as a def inite object his own alma mater The lawyer referred to bad himself secured several bequests one of them for the sum of 500000 But said he smil ing a young lawyer In my office has Just cut me out of 100000 which I put In a will for his own alma mater It was a very good stroke on his part the more so because our respective unl versities have been bitter athletic rl vals for yearsNew York Mall and Express RHEUMATISMCATARRH Are Blood Diseases Cured by B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers It is tho deep ee d obstinate cases of Catarrh and Rheumatism that B B B Botanic Blood Balm cures It mat ters not what other treatment doctors sprays liniments medicated air blood purifiers have failed to do B B B al ways promptly reaches the real cause and roots out and drives from the bones joints mucous membrane and entire system the specific poison in the blood that causes Rheumatism and Catarrh B B B is the only remedy strong enough to do this and cure so there can never be a return of tho symptoms Dont give up hope but try B B B Botanic Blood Balm or 311sLarge bot tlesSl six bottles full treatment 5 at drug stores B B B is an honest reme edy that makes real cures of all BloodI Diseases after everything else fails WeI have absolute confidence in Botanic Blood Balm hence GO you may test it we will send a TRIAL BOTTLE FREE on request and prepaid to NEWS readers Personall iiif ic Ire Address IMOOD BALM OI 316 Mitchell bt Not Self Made I am sorry to disappoint you young man said tho great railway magnate to the reporter who had called In for tho purpose of writing him up but- I I did not begin at tho bottom and work my way up I never blackedI andtnever carried beer for the Janitor of tho roundhouse I was kicked through college by my father Inherited a for tune which I invested In railroad shares and 1 bold this Job because 1 have votes enough to control It It too bad my young friend but wo cant all bo self mado men We would become tiresome And bo bowed the caller out Chicago Tribune Without Regard to Cxpenie The king assembles tho royal archi tectsBuild me a temple ho c6mmandsI so costly that no smoker will over bo told he might have owned It bad bo let tobacco alone Ah this was aiming high Indeed But when was true art ever known to falter Detroit Journal ContraalODf fa thcr If I consent to you marrying my daughter will you furnish her the lux cries to which she Is accustomed Well said tho young man It is more than likely that I wont be buy ing her as many theater admissions as I have been doing for tho past year Indianapolis Press When a man Is hungry he doesnt waste much time reading the bill of fare Chicago News Frost Bites and Chilblains Quickly cured by Banner Salve the most healing remedy in the world Moorman A Owen The Stag Beetle As you walk by the hcdgcsldo a strange noIse suddenly arrests your at tention It Is tho buzz of an Insect but loud enough to startle you It might bo mistaken for the reeling of a night jar but It Is perhaps moro like tho Jarring hum of a fastly driven motor car Tbo reason of the nolso is that the beetle has with great pains climbed up a certain height from the ground and In order to ascertain whether bo has got far enough ho erects himself on his stand lifts his wing cases shakes out his wings and begins to agitate them violently turning this way and that to make sure that ho has a clear spaceIf ho then attempts to flyIt is ono of his common blunders he Instantly strikes against somo branch or cluster of leaves and Is thrown down Tho tumble does not hurt him In tho least but so greatly astonishes him that ho remains motionless a good while then recovering his senses ho begins to ascend again At length after a good many accidents and adventures by the way he guts on to the topmost twig ami after some buzzing to get up strain launches himself heavily on tho air nnJ goes away In grand style Longmans Banker Routs a Robber J R Garrison Cashier of the bank of Thornvllle Ohio had been robbed of health by a serious mug trouble until he tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Then he wrote It is the best mediciue I ever used for a severe cold or a bad case of lung trouble I always keep a bottle on hand Dont miller with Cough Colds or any Throat Ollnt or Lung trouble wLen you can bo cured so easily Only boo and 100 Trial bottles tree at Short Haynes drug store A PcriUtcnt Poet Although II 1C Munklttrlck has an enviable reputation as a humorist yet ho Is not the quickest man In the world to sco a Joko when It Is played on himself Mr Gibson ono of the editors of Puck and also a practical Joker arranged for a special jest to bo administered to Mr Munklttrlck- Ho bad provided a trick tclcpbono which emitted a shower of flour when anybody spoko Into It When Mr Munklttrlck had arrived It was suddenly discovered that the paper lied gone to press and that his copy was too late There was only one chance Mr Gibson said and that was to telephone to the printer and tell him to stop tho presses until his matter should bo set up and Inserted Ho asked Mr Munklttrlck to go to the phono at once Then tho staff sat and held their sides waiting for the explosion Final ly Mr Gibson rushed to tho telephone and found hIs friend deluged In flour but still persistently calling hello through the phone Ho led him back and carefully ex plalned the Joke When ho finished Munklttrlck calm ly remarked Still 1 think we ought to let the printer know about the copy dont you Saturday Evening Post Fatal delays are caused experiment ing with cough and cold cures Foleyi Honey and Tar will prevent a cold horn resulting in Pneumonia Moorman Owen Odd Albanian Cuatoni An Albanian woman expects to be beaten if she misbehaves this beIng the prerogative of an Albanian husband Ho must bo careful however not to draw blood luring the castlga tion or the wife can complain to the authorities who will fine tho husband and gIve hIs property to his wife When an Albanian marries bo lisI bound to provide his wife with food clothes and a home In keeping with hIs station and means and cannot rcqulnt her to earn money for herself or hIm by her labor DIvorce Is quite common ExcessIve corpulence on tho part of the husband Is considered qulto sufficient excuse foer the wife to divorce him What lie 1raycd for A story Is told of two worthy New England deacons between whom a bitter feud had long existed concernIng some contested point Neither would gIve In and the matter threatened to bo handed down to the next generation when one day Deacon Smith ap peered before his enemy and solemnly saidBrother Jones It Is a shame that this quarrel of ours should bring scan dal upon the church 1 have prayed earnestly for guidance In the matter sand have como to the conclusion that you must give In for 1 cannot Ilendr For Umeraenclei The German war department It 1 Is said actually keeps In stock duplicates of all the bridges In the empire consld crud likely to be damaged or destroyed In case of war and what Is more IIt has duplicates of a good many French bridges and of bridges of other coun tries In which It Is Interested Chicago Journal The Modern Acoeptanee The Man teaslngly Ill wager you dont know the Rule of Three The Maid Thats easy Threes a crowd Kansas City Independent A Russian docs not becomo of age until he Is 20 arasdPENNYROYAL oldaa a or S r alwiti nlUUi uoin ulDrwrin taCUtlMUri W5gmrSl JrwU U K 4 4 O U TLk 47 u 1iiillU Nd cU uM tor NI- WWelrrlty iMllmnUU at reuer10000Tlatl XMUV11 y CjrlpMdet e BI llvadLwynnaauw PMtrrnlP HOME CURE FOR BLOOD POISON Beware of the Doctors patchwork You Can Cure Yourself at Home There is not the slightest doubt that the doctors do more harm than good In treating Oontcgioua Blood Poison many victims of this loathsome disease would bo much better off today if they had never allowed them selves to be dosed on mercury and potash the only remedies which the doctors ever give for blood poison The doctors are WhOllY una Die to get rid of this Tile poison and only attempt to heal up the outward appearance of the disease the sores and eruptions This they do by driving tho poison into the system and endeavor to keep it shut in with their constant doses of potash and mercury The mouth and throat and other delicate parts then break out Into sorts and the fight Is continued indefinitely the drugs doing the system more damage than the disease itself Mr H L Myers 100 Mulberry St Newark N J says I had spent a hundred dollars with the doctors when I realized that they could do me no good I had large spots all over my body and these soon broke out into running sores and I endured all the suffering which this vile disease pro duces I decided to try B S 8 us a last resort and was soon greatly improved I followed closely your Direc tions for SelfTreatment and tho large splotches on my chest began to grow paler and smaller and before long- disappeared entirely I was soon cured perfectly and my akin has been as clear as glass ever since I cured my self at home after the doctors had failed completely It is valuable time thrown away to expect the doctors to cure Contagious Blood Poison for tho disease is beyond their kill SwiftS Specific S S S FOR THE BLOOD acts in an entirely different way from potash and mercury it forces the poison out of the system and gets rid of it entirely Hence it cures the disease while other remedies only shut tho poison in where it lurks forever constantly undermining the constitution Our system of private home treat ment places a cure within the reach of all We give nil necessary medical ad vice free of charge and save the patient the embarrassment of publicity Write for full Information to Swift BpI Iflo Co Atlanta Ga HsH E eeHe e et m s e 88i828SSW i1oii Common Commands Sense Goods =Purity ii Tho word PURITY is a trade mark to all of our toilet 3 m goods An immense line of Soaps Perfumes and a largo as g Bortment of toilet articles 5 Every one gives us the credit of showing the prettiest and JJ- II line of Combs Brushes Purses Tooth Brushes Paper J notions pertaining to a firstclass Drug Store IIfinest We excel all others A beautiful stock to JJ- II a selection from MOREMEN POPIIAM J SI mIRIGTOX KV mmmmmEmmmmmmmmmmmmmm m 00 fla PURE HOME GROWN- NORTHERN Irish PotatoesTH- ESE ARE GENUINE STOCK Warranted to be the best Burkees Early come a week earlier than any other potatoe WHITE NORTHERN SEED OATS 1000 Bushels direct from Iowa Guaranteed to bo pure Buggies Wagons and Farm Imple ments Plows Fertilizers Dressed Lum ber Windows and Doors Laths Shingles Lime and Cemen- tSADDLES AND HARNESS R S PANSYIrvington Ky GOOGO- OBIGGLE BOOKS A Farm library of unequalled Uptodate Concise and valuePr3ctlcalII somely By Printed JACOB and No 1OIQQLB HORSE nOOK Allabout HorseaCommonSenie Treatise with over rrlceyoCentsNoj AlUbout growing Small Fruitsread and learn bow i rcproductioasofllUlcadlalTvarieties nOOKI In exhlence I tell everything wltb23 colored UfeUkcreproductloas of an the principal breeds with l03 ouerEnmtratlons rIce jo Cents No 4 BIQQLB COW BOOK tIoneofeaddsbreedI No 5BIQQLB SWINE BOOK Just out All about HogsBreedlntr Feeding Dutch hilttonsThe DlOOLB nOOKS lire aalqueorlglaaluacfulyou Dnn Thtyarel South orChickenI rghtawayFARM JOURNAL Is made for yearsetainordmerlahavlagou+ Any ONE of the BIGGLE BOOKS any the FARM YSARS remainder lyoa and 19oa will beio any address for A DOLLAuIfL JOUItNALII Sample offARM JOURNM anddreuler deaerfbing B100L wsasn ATIUIfIOIf Adeline puGas y JIIItlIfJ JU4II 4 yb yjyt 4- c t s t- T c Ij a i k P t 3 S THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS WEI N SDAY MARCH 7 1900tI I I t t t r t I f i i i I i I f i i yr 5 j For Blood Stomach and Nerves Take Hoods Sarsapari11aa I t I It Cures Scrofula Dyspepsia Nervousness FIGURES Show Thos J Jollys Profit In Corn and Wheat in 1878 and 1894 A SUCCESS IN SHEEP RAISING r CORN 1878 Jan To 15 loads liable manure at i 75 806 aS- Ian Feb and March To 30 days bruiting at iso 48 oo April To 6 days harrowing at f 175 I0 So April To ii days marking and planting at lijs t ai o0 April To 6 dayl harrowing at Jlso 900 fLay Toj days replanting at 75 4 50 May Tojdajri wheat cnltiratora at 17 1315 May To6d harrowing atso goo May To 7 days when cultivators at i 75 la 15 flay To 7 day thinning at 60 420 May To j day wheat cultivator at 11 75 S5- Mey To 5 days i horse harrow at Jioo 5 00 May To Tent of 4f acres at1300 35 oo Sept To cutting corn 27 50 Dec To anapplng and cribbing 31 5 Total fj3 ao Jan Raised Jo bushels per acre colt 20Hc per bushel WHEAT 1894 To 7 days Disc harrow4 horses 14 oo To 8 days drilling 3 hands so 00 To 50 bushels of wheat at Ore 35 so To 4250 pounds O S M 59 00 To binder twine 1000 To cutting etc 30 00 To thrashing bill ao oo To hInd and tcama 20 oo To hauling to market ao oo To rent at joo acre ZOO 00 Total 138 50 Raised sSo bushels coat per bushel s6Jc Sold for 60 cents 1348 tw Net profit 30 50 BIIKBP 1899I900 On my farm Dewey Heights there are 28 ewes i 17 of them dropped 24 lambs 23 of which are living and in fine health They had plenty of roughness and were on pasture until Christmas but had no grain Since then I hays fed them one and onehalf ears of crushed corn per day and will continue to do so until April I feed the lambs ship stuff and in June will expect to get at least 400 or 500 per head for them- Respectfully Tuos J JOLLY No one knows the unbearable torture one undergoes from piles unless they are so afflicted TABLEIt8 BUCKEYE HLEOINTMENT is a quick sate and painless cure Price 50 cents in bottles Tubee 75 cents BEWLEYVILL E Mr La Hue Cox recently visited his parents here Mr T J Jolly spent Sunday with his brother at Sample Miss Florence Cain has returned from a visit to the city The prayer meeting Thursday night was well attended and good Mr and Mrs Gilbert Kasey visited Mrs Kasoya parents Sunday William Moorman of Valley Station VIsited relatives in our vicinity last week Mies Claudia Stitb of Louisville has been visiting Mita Clara Jordan several days Thos Drury walked to Brandenburg and led a calf Friday making the trip in G hours Mrs GPPaul was called to Louie Vllle Tuesday to see her sister who Is quite sick Mr Frank Stith Louisville spent Sunday February 25th with his uncle Mr T P Hnrdaway New and true and not otherwise hats the Evening Poet Its politics too- bare of tho highest order Bro Mull was called to Jefferson county Sunday to preach a funeral sermon thereby disappointing his people at this placeA special from Bewieyville speaks of hog cholera Letus use the ounce of prevention and make it an insolated caseCountry people may truly be said to- be In winter quarters for snow mud rain and cold combine to keep us at home and we are glad Lobe there The victory over whiskey in Irving- ton last Wednesday was so grand and glorious that the whole country is rejoicing and we do most sincerely congratu late the people of that place ob the rid dance of eo great an evil J B Clark Peoria Ill says Surgeons wanted to operate on me for piles but I cured them with DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve It is infallible for piles sand skin disease Beware of counter 1 leltsA R Fisher GLENDEANE i I Vic 9bertson went to Hardlnsburg Sunday Elea Moore was a guest at Mrs Hun ters Sunday Dud Ashley la 9L Shrewsbury for several days r 4 MIsa Rose HafTey went to Hardbs burg Saturday M- RodMattingly is out again after a sev eral days lay up with bolls Mrs Joe fittingly will visit at liar dlnsburg and Harned this week Eddlq L doorman visited at his old home Mr Bob Robertsons Sunday Jesse Moorman attended the burial of Logan Pate at Hardinsburg last week Mrs Torn Robertson went to Jefferson county Saturday to see a sick relative Tobacconist 0 W Moorman has been at his home in Cloverport for a few days Miss Ella Robertson came home from Cloverport Friday night and stayed over SundayRobertson Bros are making another big shipment of tobacco to Owensboro this week Miss Arrie Robertson WItS sick last week and much missed by her friends and schoolmates Miss Jessie Reynolds of Fordavillo was a passenger on the east bound train Sunday alternoon Miss Annie West and Miss Mary Mat tingly both from near Kirk entered school here Monday Miss Nannie Fisher Rockvale was the guest of Mies May Dempster Satur day night and Sunday Ernest Aldridge is welcomed back by his host of friends lie was sick at his Webt View home last week Alex Wells and Miss Frances Fulker SOn were married one day last week The Rev Burdett officiated- D 0 Moorman Jr is celebrating his third birthday on this the 5th of March There are few finer boys or with as good a disposition as D 0 Master David Pile came down from Hook Saturday His sister Miss Ilan nah Pile accompanied him home and remained over Sunday Harry Moorman is doing a hustling business in Belling the Louisville Times at this place The times is a clean sheet and we wish him continued success John Deane has lately built a mile and a quarter of clank fence He will build another mile of some sort and together these fences will enclose a fine large woods pasture Church going people heie were disap pointed Sunday when they learned that Bro Miller could not fill his appoint ment on account of having to attend fun eral exercises elsewhere John Deanu and Joe Haltingly two of Glendeanea busiest men found time to attend the exercises at Utopia last Friday afternoon They and numerous other visitors are invited back Miss Nanme Owen will sing next Friday A party from here will go to Hardlns burg to night to hear the Rev Crowes lecture Misses Mary and Lutie Moor man and Messrs Ernest Robertson and Harry Stum will be among those who go I have not learned the names of the others My old and valued acquaintance Geo Hines who lives near my fathers was in town Saturday morning Mr Hines had been to the Falls of Rough was in his Usual excellent humor and bad a good word for everybody Such people show us that life is worth living and help us to live more worthily 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 Destroyer in the country Send stamp Amen cat Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind We Farmers The flguresof 1899 re very impressive We that is we farmers of the United Hates raised nearly 2500000000 bushels- of corn The average price of this pro duct was 3 cents per bushel higher than the previous year and Scents multiplied Into two and one half billions shows a good round sum helping to make 1899 ai banner year for prosperity Other Igures are equally tremendous We sold and exported 1262500000 worth ofour domestic products and our total for the first time exceeded 2000000000 In the total of exports manufactures appear to the value of 370000000 an increase of 68000000 over 1898 It can not be denied in face of these statistics that this is a great country The country and the figures will be greater howtver when weget the Philippines and our other colonies In commercially working ordera Fresh cakes atSIppeia VARIED DUTIES Of The Farmers Wife Should Be Lightened by Happy Diversions FLOWER GARDEN SUQQESTE Among the many valuable speeches and papers relating to Southern agriculture presented by Mr 0 II Jordan of Georgia in the Southern farm maga zinc appears the following paragraph Whllb we are advocating a revolution in our farming methods permit me to make a plea for the farmers wife Give to her every possible diversion which your limited means will permit Make her home life attractive and in viting Every farm in the country should have its garden of bright flowers and variegated shrubberies Nothing brightens a room more or is more apt to receive the tender care of a woman than flowers Indulge your wives and daughters as often as possible in the greatest of all boons to womensocial pleasure Every neighborhood should have its woo mans social club devoted to literature sewing or conversation Women on the farm should be of the highest order of intelligenceThe suggested by Mr Jordan is greatly tr be desired The women on the farm have as a rule aq irksome life Few of them have opportunities for social relation which come even to the busiest farmer Therefore their home life should be made as attractive aa possible and every possible means should be adopted to lighten the burden of their dally toil The home vegetable garden Is one of these means and one which benefits the farmer as well as his wife The home flower garden is another Both may be had if spare moments of the farmer and there are many of them scattered through a year are devoted to cultivating the gardens and protecting them from farm animals The man at the plow thinks that he has been working hard all day in the furrows and he has a right to think so But there Is another worker on the farm the real head of the family She is not only occupied with the care of children combining in herself the dressmaker tailor nurse and school teacher but she must attend to the chickens and to the young lambs rescued from the sudden return of winter She has her dairy to keep sweet and clean or ought to hays it She must be preserving for winter and in the meantime prepare or be bothered by the oversight of servants in the preparation of food for the family and for the hands She deserves pleas ure and her husbapd will find pleasure in devoting a little time to beautifying her surroundings and lightening the labors of her culinary department Southern Farm Magazine Mrs R Churchill Berlin Vt says Our baby was covered with running sorer DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured her A specific for piles and skin diseases Beware of worthless counter feltsA R Fisher HICKORY RIDGE G F Asklna was on the sick list last weekJohn Wheatley has returned to IllinoisJoseph Beayin went to Kirk last week on legal business John Asktns and John Newby went to Jolly last week John Taul was the guest of his uncle B H Bates recently Mrs Oronshaw was the guest of Mrs Joseph Beavin and Mrs Maggie Ask ins last week KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartificially digests tho food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing tho exhausted digestive or guns IUs the latcstdlscovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It inltantlyrellevcs and permanently cures DysPQpSla Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach liausca Sick HeadacheGastralglaCramp8 and all other results of Imperfect digestion JfJlmelamaUmoDookallab Prepared by E CD WITT A CO Chicago For sale by A B Fisher Cloverport BETSY JONESo I 1 Learns sCripture Poetry And How towArgafy by takf ilog The News 1 t POINTERS ON THE LAST WORD j 4 John hes my old man he cam home one day from town and says sayes he tome 0d woman 1se subscribed for a newspaper 1 was BO tuck back that I dldent Know hardly hoo I WItS and thought the old man was a little tipsy lIS he sometimesI got that way but afar talkin a while trying to reconcile mo to the enormity as you will say of apendiu money for such stuff as a newspaper he says says lieYee Betsy I shore did I met John Babbage in town and he cunt up to me so frendly like and emilln andshuck hands with me and axed me to take his paper for only a dollar a year and BO I told him yes I wopd- I was auful mad at the time but since leread it a few months I just wouldnt do with outlt for any thing Why there is letters in it from every city in this whole county Idonlno who writes em but you can almost guess by the smartness or the dullness qfem Why settee Ive red that paper Ive learnt more scripture and more poetry and how to argify By the way my old man always said I could get the last word but since I read that paper Isee I dldent no nothing about argafyln I see in it the letters from different towns they pick out something one has saldiaand say lomethln sharp about them apd sometimes they say some thing sharp back Now I think if therd is any thing In this world that is Interest ing its these kinds of things and not everybodymuch folks knows and learns all of us ignorant folks lota of things big words and tits for tats etc And often the man what prints the papel he gets some good ideas too Then thero is some sich smart thinjtiaboutelectiont too THere was one in parlickler that uncle John Hardlnj thygalled him at Big Springs writ First T as rite funney and then some woman I guess it was flattered him on that end tickled the old fellers vanity so lie thought hede try it over Its plum curftus how a woman can fiat ten a man bdt the next piece he writhe spiled thd whole thing I told my old manhonigdem8 think of a cow that give a big bucket full of milk and then turned WundJIind kicked it all over but I zneaa be dun the best ho could It folks Just kitfwdd when to stop they might do better than they often do 1 Just thought iide rite this and let the Mr Editor no how I am pleased with his paper I mandI lent it to one of my nabora and she says shell have that paper if she jhas to take in washing to pay forlt Since I read It I believe I can make a sort of a rime myself about iti If you bant got no money sell a Chicken or a goose And sendit to Mr Babbage for the Breckenridge News Now Mister EdItor I hope you will print this My old man will be mighty tickled to see Fyname in print BETSY JONES For all pulmonary troubles BALD LARS HOREHOUND SYRUP taken in the early stages proves a certain and sure specific It Is equally effective in croup and whooping cough and if used in season prevents the further dovelope ment of consumption Price 25 and 50 cents LODIBURG The Infant child of Henry Jarred was buried last Sunday Willie Baaham of Ulijton Mills was at home last Sunday on a visit Mrs Sarah Argabrlgut of this place la very ill of catarrh In the head Mrs A M Hardln was visiting her mother Mrs Payne last Sunday Mr Roland Smith of Stephensport was on the East bound train lastSunday Walter Adktcson of Clifton Mills the boy whom Tames Rush cut is improv log J E Hardin was visiting his sister Mrs Will GibBon of Addison last Sun day Alaska Hardin was visiting at Mr Haddocks Clifton Mills a few days last weekWe were sorry to hear of the death of Uncle Ruben Ricketta of Union Star He was 88 years old Henry Head and LB Parks two life insurance agenta were in Lodiburg two or three dayslast week Mr Joel Jarred and wife of Clifton Mills were visiting his son Henry of this place laat Sunday Sam Adklaeon of this place was visit ing his brother Dr 8 B Adkisson of OJoverport lad Sunday Herbert Haddock of Clifton Mills will attend the B N college this spring Herbert la one of the foremost young men of this conimunlty and one of the beet teachdnInthe county n lilffliliiiaaafiSI ma- nwith hfnheadof man But bigHAiR kind of mark most men like Too many men in their twenties are bald This is absurd unnecessaryHealthy mans strength To build up the hair from the roots to prevent nessI use a i a marked a WIZcure Misor It always restores grayhairword always And it cures dandruff steeabottle AUdroagUtfl 0 My btulneis calls me out among atrsngere a great deal I would actually feel ashamed every time I would take oft my bat my hair was RO thin and the bald ipott showed to plainly 1 began the use of your Hair Vigor teas than three months ago Today 1 find I have M flue a head of hair aa I over tad I ten everybody what I used and they atU mast be a sronderfui rcmedyit169eOtroYmL n We ban a book on The hair Scalp which we will lend free upon request K you do not obtain all the benefit yon from the Vlror wrtleethe Doctor about tore Adirtu J a awe Xaaa What She Wanted Is there anythinkyoawant1askedI the butcher of the little girl with the soulful eyes anti fawnlike air Oh yes sir lisped he little angel timidly I wauta seal akin sacqueand a dimond ring and a trot tinghorse and a steamyacht and a foreign noble man and a pug dog and a brownstone house and n box at the opery and lots of other things but all ma wants is ten cents worth of bologna sausage for dinner and wont you please trust her for it till Saturday nightJudg- eSend us your order IiiIi FARM JOURI NAL S YEARS PAY UP AND GET BOTH PAPERS AT THE PRICE OF ONE We want to get 1000 subscribers to our paper by New Years and are going to do it if we can we therefore continue our arrangement with the Farm Journal by which wo can send Tn BRBCKKNBIDQB NEWS and the Farm Journal 6 years both for 100 And wo make the same offer to alloid subscribers who will pT all arrearages and one year in advance You know what our paper Is and the Farm Journal is a gempractical pro gressive a clean honest useful paper full of gumption full of sunshine with an Immense circulation among the best people everywhere You oUllht to take IL NOTICE We are going to send you soon a sam pIe copy of the Farm Journal free and lot It speak for itself Lookout for it J LYONSI I JJTRADE I J and Da MARK I LAXATIVE SYRUPNATURES CURE tO- RCONSTIPATION Is made from the choicest extracts of InIlurious forithci Sl k Headache Nervousness and to 1 Coldsabd Feversit drives Ids all Impurities of the blood and the tomplexlon clear anylaxatlve yourIdrI atIN eO N NiN1MForSa by SIORT irAYNIiI- SCOVIRiORTXY GREEN FLAG CORNER i REMOVED TO THE I h d CREEK ICII GREEN IiI Ft4Gif CORNER We move this week and will have every thing in order tor business in an hours time Call in Our stock will be enlarged Our facilities are better the location is central and we invite you to see us In addition to our general line of Groceries we desire to call your attention to our stock of MENS BOYS and SHOES rrnTTs I hits advanced 28 percent since we adhere to our old price best quality automatic buckles Sold elsewhere at 140 Our 200 are the best on the market The Shoes is from 100 up I that We sell for Cash LADIESTHE are close We assert boldly that every and they are not made for effect FLAG CORNER II y TJS ECLIPSE RARDINSBbRG KY 01 iorrrooj lUG CORNER GREEN FLAG COflNEN + + + I1t Ct I v Ik iT f s- L o i I- Fr i I I II I t t tI b I I r I V l itl i iti I t 0 e j 2s a n i vf I vI I