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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1 i1i1 4 11 N t 1 I 8 S6 PAGESII 01 Io NSW EE3AaTs FIT aro z IvI1TT- I f VOL XXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY 21 1900 NQ36 jI Tti 0EATH AT- HARDINSBURG I L V J A Witt One of Hnrdinsburgs 2Prominent Business Men s = N Died March 19th I i 1ry fft1iMERCHANTy f TOBACCONIST r AND JS The numerous friends of J A Witt will be sorry to learn of his death which y occurredat his bome in Hardinaburp morning at 8 oclock Mr J WILLs illness i dates back more than a year agohlln his general tmeetlwhen gan to decline There were + he rallied and seemed to improved but relief was not permanent t He had been confined to his ben about 1 cameatI tU4Sondsy morning Mr Witt was a native of Virginia but 1came with his parents to Kentucky ii a child His ancestors were of rwhenft r stock mid were a family of some distinction ills father resided in Hancock county some years where he i died Subsequently his mother married AJoseph McPherson of this city She re Vsidedhere for some years and died at rw ar advanced age it Mr Witt received his early education In the schools of Olovrpnrt At the age of fourteen he started out In life for himself He flat learned the tailors i ltrade Back in the forties this was con p sidered a good business but it did not last long Lattr Mr Witt embarked in the mercantile business at Stnphensport t+r but only remained there a short while l He went to Hardinaburg in 1871 where the Bought tobacco for Ilensley and successful in thisi Beard Being quite rheafterwards began to do business on his own account This was In 1874 and r he continued It quite successfully until his death Some may have had more y capital but no one had more energy and k industry than Mr Witt It was this rrthat kept his business up for twentyfive years He was kind and genial to every body and this won him a host of friends4 first1frmer port who died in 1883 His second Harr i ity His wife and two adopted daugh ters Misses Mlle and Julia survive f him Mr Witt was a brother of Wm Witt of this city and of Richard Witt alar mer at Rosetta The funeral services took place yesterday at the M E church 1 South In Hardiuaburg of which Mr t Witt was a member for years Rev P M Petty tho pastor conducted the services Mr Witt was sixtynine years of r 9e ItrA8e In this town is surely i two enterprising young the matter in charge i iffSofarthey have met with gratifyng r I encouragement as nearly everyone ap 1 proached on the subject bas nladly taken a share or more The shares have been put at the small sum of I twentyfive dollars and over 500 have jlteen subscribed After all of the re- Quired amount is secured certificates of tr stock will be given and the company i f will be 1incorporated Recipient QfA Gold Headed Cane Dr Dempster of Glendeane received e an elegant gold beaded canea birth tir J day present last week The good hrs received H a few minutes before board lug the train for Louisville He was so surprised that he left his valise and poe 1 ket book behind Telegraphic Informa tion eauaed them to be cared for at the depot tlii his return f Printer Wanted A good manuscript type sitter who will work for a moderate salary can se i cure a permanent position in the NEWS y VJ 7 7t oboe None but capable and honest i yoHBg men need apply j f- d1rSs His Farm t i r R A Pni reyhaa sold his farm of S4aeree near West View tp Thee E t IhliUr for 370 Mr Pumphrey w- illI i joVe to Loaa vide 1 4 0 Ofl kaows the torture t e andwgeW from plies ui lees they 1 l N H aSIl4Wd TOILERS BUCKEYE lrJ i MEiOlHiMMTW a quick safef and AI if4alees alertria s 6vrite in bottles i T z z7i6eirta J r- io Ct a 4 e r j iYJti riJ I q A e THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS EIGHT HORSES TO ONE LOG The Largest Tree Ever Freighted To Evansvllle Ind QUSTON Ky MARCU 20 SPECIAL Mr J P liarI of Barretts Ferry near Fordsvllle cut on his farm One white oak tree that measured 00 inches across the slump lie got 48 feet of trunk which he mule into saw logs and floated to Evansville He paid a n igh bar who owned a fog wagon 2500 to haul the tree one half mile on level ground to itouh River It took eight l ors8 to IIIml iIt nee cut at a time each cut bi iug r 12 flit long About 30 mon Of too v iiip gathered at the spot to see the Lat toff tumuig and launching performed This is moil fo h the largest tree ever shipped to Evansville A nine foot SAW was purchased m OIVu bolo by Mr liar to fell this monstrous oak There would have hell ah aiu COfet of trunk instead of 48 feet lint the top saw log was ruined on account of splitting when the massive top struck tilt ground ALL FOR GOOD The Battletown Correspondent Says The New Is an Advocate ot Every Good Cause BATTLKTOWN Kv Starch lath Spe cial It IIH truly delightful to enjoy the freedom and liberty one line In express ing his ideas and sentiments on politics and religion and other noble questions in the columns of the dear old NEws It is a truthful advocate of every good cause a grand promoter of the general welfare of Ua many readers and its correspondents are over faithful in contri buting encouraging words to hold up truth and morality and to widen the clmnuelo of industry And if ono begs leave to differ he has the right to ex press his opinion and it goes Long may it live to scatter religion truth and morality 1 A Good Appointment E B Giitlan of this city was appoint ed by Congressman Henry D Allen to a clerkship In the census department at Washington to fill the vacancy caused by the resigoatlon of M H Wilson of Hopklnsvllle Thu position is a lucrative one and will last several years Mr Gat fin is a brother Circuit Clerk DW Gatlln andis thoroughly competent to discharge the duties assigned to him He is an excellent youog man and has a host of friend who congratulate him upon having secured thin place Air Green Roberts Dead LKWISPOBT Kv March 15Mr R Green Roberta died Thursday afternoon at 5 oclock after a short illness of spinal meningitis at the sga of forty seven Ho was a member of one of Hancock countys old and highly respected families He was a charter member of Star light lodge No 64 A 0 U VI and will be buried by that order at the family burying grbuud Saturday morning at 10 Messenger Could Heat the Young Flea Johnson DeHaven is a hale and hear tv old man of 82 years who lives near Hardinsburg la 1840 he took the cen sue of BreckenridKO county unassisted The population was then 8 000 which in the sixty years Interval has grown to 20 000 Mr DeHaven has not aged in spir it and energy and says that even now he could take the census of his district more quickly than any of the young men he knows A Card of Thanks To my customers and friends I desire to extend thanks for the patronage they have given me in lie lat two yeara oh business and furthermore hope they will still continue their patronage in other lines of business I bow to the Will of the people and yotenand again return thanks to all of my friends for their patronage BN HALL Burled Dy The Masons Dr W O HAHK formerly of Eliza bethtown died Hi his homo at Vine those Saturday March 10h Be was hurled thtt next day by the Masons of tila ownlodj5 asioted by a number of Masons from Elizlbethtown and Ver tress Dr Howard was n will known physi dead sixtythree year He left six children most oj whom are grown It United la flstrlrnosy BATTtrrowN KY March JOtb Sp- eclallr Aught Olilsm and Miss Alice PeckenpaugU reJe quietly united matrimony on Thursday larch the 15 th at the home off the bride near thip place Re v B F E3 llteton officiated Congratulation REV JOHN M CROWE y REV JOHN M CR WE A M student and orator will deliver his famous lecture liThe TellTnlo Tick of Time at the Methodist Church Monday night March 26 w Admission 25 and 15 cents Reserved feats 50 centsJ4 Those who have heard the two weeks series cf sermons delivered by Rev Crowe will be It delighted to make a part of his audience and others are urged to take this of hearing tone who has been pronounced the equal of Sam Jones Dr Talmage and Joseph Cook w The Franklin Favorite speaking of this lecture recently delivered there says His dra efforts in some of the more parts of his discourse his fine imagery and his fault t less and elegant language combined to render the effort from an artistic standpoint one of an w- m extremely high order while the wholesome truths and helpful counsel which abounded throughout were calculated to be of much practical value to his listeners M t Rev Crowe receives no enumeration for his two weeks work among us save the proceeds y tofhis lecture which should be well patronized w 4 4 44444 444 44 4 4 4i+b + 444444444 444 E44444444I444 Honor Roll Honor Roll of Hardiusburg Private School Allen Kinclieloe99 5 Minnie McCuuniughsm085H- arry Hoben 08 Raymond Tucker 08 Herbert Hook 08 Isabel Gardner97Ern- est Haswell 07 Stuart Babbage97Kat- hryn Kincheloe 07 Ada Beard i90 Martha GardnerOtJLu- ra Royalty 00 Morris Klncheloe 05 5 MillerDaHaven96Allen Virgil Babbage05Art- hur Haswell 05 Ella Eskridge05Inane Makes It Run Easy UNION STAR March Ifltb 1900 DEAR JOHN lease find with this 100 to oil the NEWS I find It very nec4 ay lo use this lubricator In running anything even a village shop Long life to the Nkws and good luck to you and yours I am respectfully Your Friend E B GAUDNKB Notice to Swine Breeders The spring meeting of the Kentucky Swine Breeders association will be held in Irvington Kr April 10th 1000 All who are interested in the meeting are requested to meet at the office of R L Bandy in Irvington on Saturday March 3lst J900 at 2 oclock p nit D pL HERON Q A Foots Fort lIJUy Club The Fortnightly Club of Irvington will meet with Mrs Wrather Saturday March 24th Tnt leeson will be discuss ed The readers for tbe afternoon are Mrs Wimp Miss Nora Hendonwn and Miss Ermine Munford Answer to roll call with quotations from Russian writ era 6 RUN FOR CONGRESS i iTO l Jolly Republican State Senator Announces His Candidacy I In the Fourth District R M Jolly of Irvington sit publican politician who represented the counties of Brtckenrldu Mead and Hancock na Senator In the last two sessions of the General Assembly is a candidate for Congress in the Fourth congressional dia trict to pnrcpcil David H Smith thin present Democratic incumbent Senator Jollys annnunc ment was made yesterday He came to Louisville yesterday afternoon to confer with a number of local Republican politicians regarding his race He eald to a repor ter for the CourierJournal yesterday afternoon he had fully determined toI make the race and would shortly make his formal announcement Senatoi Jolly lis a miller and waa one of the boldavar Sena ore at the recent term of this General Assembly He Ile- one of MrTaylora closet friends and is a loyal party manConrlerJournal Abandoned v The Green River Baptist a paper pub llehed a Owensboro has4 abandoned publication 9 a PRIEST HAS A DRINK CURE He IS About to Open an Institute for Inebriates In Jersey City Father MacErluin rector of St Bern narda 0 hutch ct Mount Hope N J has been authorized by Bishop Wigger to es tablish nn institute for the treatment and cure alcoholism and the tobacco habit He has secured a large building at 101 Summit avenue Jersey City Heights and will be prepared to receive patients on or about April 10 The Institute is situated on the ildge overlooking New York Bay and stands some distance back from the road with trees lawns and ter races surrounding it While it is a Catholic institution it will be open to patltnta of all religious denominations Father MacErlain has been interested in the treatment of alcoholic and nervlons dIrteasrs for tenyeara and he believes that fan tins dlscoyeed the most efficacious system known for their cureN Y Sun No Peaches This Year John Beavin and Dick Carter two far mers who live between here and Holt on the highest point on the Ohio river gay that they have examined four or five hun dred peach trees and have not found a live bud Mr Beavin has fifteen hundred peach trees on his own place Dies At Constantine Mrs Maggie E McGuffin the widow of Dr T R McGuffln who resided near Constantine died suddenly last week Mrs McGuffin was in her fifty fourth yeasti1waa the mother of Mr R L Mc GuSh of Hardinsburg Seriously III Dr Caleb Hal a prominent physi cian of forty years practice In Davleas county and who resides at WhlUsvllle Is dangerously ill of head trouble His friends fear he cannot recover New Addition R L NewBom has added an additional room to the house occupied by Mr Jno D Ryan on Wall Street 5 4M4 DIED OF CONSUMPTION fir John Durham of Kirk Dies at Ins Home Sunday Harcli u Another slid day for Mr James Durham and family was caused by the death of his son Mr John Durham who departed this life Sundry morning Mir the 11th Ills death was caused Ha had heen spending tome time at Ashville N O hoping to recover hi health and returned home only In trm to bid his loved ones goodbye The fu neral took place Montiay at 2 oclock and he was buried in the family burying ground Thn family has the sympathy of the entire community FIRST SERVICES In The Cumberland Presbyterian Church at Irvlngton The Cumberland Presbyterians of Ir vinst n and vicinity will hold the Ural services in their new church Saturday March the 24th There will be preach ing Saturday at half past ton oclock a m also in the evening at 730 Sunday at 11 a ru unit Sunday uvetilng at 7 oclock The services will be conducted by T N Williams superintendent ot tho church extension work tar the Ken tucky synod Johnson Kennedy A beautiful home wedding occurred Sunday night at nine oclock In this city at the Johnson House The con tracting parties wero Mies Birdie John Ron and Mr James Kennedy Rev W B Rutledge of the Biptlst church perform ed the ceremony The bride is the han deom dangbter of Mr and Mrs E H Johnson who recently moved hero to run a Loarditig home TOil groom is ont of Hancock countys substantial farmers and a popular young man of that county They loft Monday for their country home near Hawesvllle where they will live in the future Must Be a Man First of all things in this world a roan I must be a man with all the grace and vig or and if posible all the beauty of the body Then he must be a gentleman with all the grace the vigor and good taste ot the mind And then with both of these no matter what his creed his dogmas his superstitions his religion with both of theso be must try to livo a I beautiful life of the spirit Grit The Sweet Potato The sweet potato must not be planted on flit1 laud as are Irish potatoes It likes warmth and dryness not soggy ground and the vines keep on top shelter the ridge and kept It from baking The sun strikes in through the sides of the ridge giving the needed warmth Be sure and wait until the ground is well settled and warmed before beginning on the sweet potato patch Wedding Announcement The marriage of Mica Lfzzie Hanks and Mr Lee Yeagr is announced to take place at the home of the bride on the hull Wednesday evening March 28 at 830 oclock The friends of both parties are invited to be present Hai Become a Necessity William uhf of Garrtitt wants the NEWS another year In renewing his subscription ho says I have taken the NEWS for twentyfive years and have be come so much attached to It than I can not do without It- Their Appreciation The action of the Masons amt other friends who attended the funeral of the late James G Stephens was much ap predated by his family who take this means of expressing their thanks and gratification Read The Ads Are you readng the advertisements that are appearing from issue to issue In the News If not you ought to do so and profit by the good bargains that art offered you Wintering In Florida G W Mull m from Owenaboro who Is winterlngln Fluids wanta his paper changed from West Palm Beach to Sea Breeze Fla The school furniture company of Rock port received an order last weak for 18000 adjustable school desks for the Cuban government They will be shipped to Havana Good Price Mr Chas L Rodgers of Tar Fork sold last week MB crop of tobacco consisting of 7800 lbs to Rorwitimn Bros Glen deane for fO 6 and 1 4Jar r rs y It i 8 1 i r6 COLUMNS ALL MARCH t DRUGGIST 11Ionday oclockOweneboro philosopher opportunity tmatic impassioned consumption PAGES T23E unbearable GRAND Ir SUCCESS Miss Ethel Kings St Patrick Party Perfect In Every Particular A PENNY+ FOR YOUR THOUGHTS BnvsniumKo K1u 10Sreciall- iiae Ethel Kirta St Patrick enter tainment for till XWKI a grand BUCMM in every iltuil Promplv at eight the guests were at the Kate Mrs Grlnncil who is nn honorary member awisted Mica Ethel In receiviuc and serving Each guest was presented with the traditional threelonf shamrock for a boutonniere Mat of the young l ediea were in evening dress lovely us 1ln ode lassies from the Emerald Isle Tables were placed in the reception room for tho unique jBmlitA Pfnny for Your Thought KlBhtetn queetiona were written and handed enoh one all to he answered on the penny placed a teach eeat Miss Ethel read the cornc an swers from hr slip Mis Beee Lwla received the priz a pretty stick jp u Mr Burton then add those souvenirs tied up so carefully UK proved him self au up to dale mictlotieer M we iui a progressive pedrg vun The hii lirg was fast and furious Droll article funny souvenirs protty Rifle hiiiimis brienhniu nil rams tolling out Dili cinua icHi andcake were served wiien Mrs Grin noil rend tint answers In r ymo to the Invitations Dan WiFlett rtcei ved the prlii amoroccomomorandiim book for composing thu beat knee nvtre feet Ja born poet The remainder of the evening was spout in gums anti conversationMiss is an ideal hostess and con tributed in every way in her pjiwvr to the pleasure of the guests Those pres ent were Mi HfH Mary and U 8tn Law is Linnie Moremeu Mabel Hardn May den Pusey Annie Hon urnnt Miuule Bland Mary L tiny te Fannie Phi npg Messrs A 0 Burton W D A licrafr Gene Fontaine James DiukerstnfT liar vey K Ditto lanai McGehee James Bondurant Bud Price Bud Ether ton Beall Grinnll Pan Will tt and Herbert Beard from Hardiuebura The next entertainment in order as arranged by the chit will ho given by Misses Lillian and Virginia Rhodes in April after Lent WEST VIEW Mrs Neddie Skillman is on time sick list P Hip Webb of GaiiUld passed hero Sunday Riv Davis and Haueu parsed here en rout to Fair View E M Davis and wilt visited at WL Wathens Sunday Quarterly muting at Fair View Saturday and Sunday last Quits a number from this community attended the Pall Friday Ellice Roberdn of McDaniels came up Sunday to sec his parents Vernon Hunter of McDnnitls has been visttiiiB in this vicinity Aunt Cellu Henuing the wife of Harrie H uuln er is very ill Mr John Butler and family wero visit lug at W L Wathena Sunday M flall iwny of CIIVH Springs made a lying trip to LiuHviUo Tuesday Mrs laid Dooktey and children of Mc Danlilp have been visiting relit ves On Sunday morning lime sail news cause to ueof the death pt Mr John Durlmir the n m of1 Mr James Durham of Kirk Mr Durham not lung since at tHiidiHl iruMio here and Ms brothers linden and Bun were In business at this place until their health failed them and they too Dave passed from among the living All tiled otthe dreadful dtte eO- CODHUIUptiOll l How Many Had She Here la xu old problem teat IHI again going tilt rounds ol the press A lady walking to town with a basket of eggs was run into by a gentleman driving by The lady fell end broke all the eggs The gentleman apolo izad and oflered to pay for tIe egkis asking how many she had She retlieilj When counted two three four or six At a time always one remained hut if counted seven at a V time they came out even How many had sheEx a ka e f1 2r tHBBRECKENWDOB ItJWS c WEDNEiSDftYrMARCH 21 IfflOO e 4 I u I iTHE CRUCIFIXION OF PHILIP STRONG By REV CHARLES 31 SHELDON Author of kIn His Steps What Would Jesus Do Mnlcom Kirk Robert IInrdys Seven Days FtcIIr ICoPrlgbtc t 1800 by Tho Advocate y raIlEmWI 1hmmmum muna I era glad you puflt tint way ex claimed Philip eagerly turning to speaker That is Just It Will theII proposed move result In bringing church and the minister Into closer and more vital relations with the people most In need of spiritual and physlcnlI uplifting Out of the depths my nature I believe It will Tho chasm I between the church and tho people In IPIr1ItIn vain for us to preach spiritual IsII unless we live physical truths What the world Is looking for today are object lessons In self denial on the part of Christian people For a moment no ono spoke Then Mr Winter said About your proposal that this house be turned Into a refuge or homo for homeless children Mr Strong do you I consider that Idea practicable Is business Is It possible- I ItII believe It Is very decidedly The number of homeless and vagrant chil dren nt present In Milton would aston ish you This house could be put Into t beautiful shape as a detention house until homes could be found for the children In Christian families It would take a great deal of money to manage It Yes replied Philip with n sadness which had Its cause deep within him It would cost something But can the world Jw saved cheaply Does not every soul saved cost au immense sum If not of money at least of au equiva lent Is It possible for us to get at the heart of the great social problem without fooling the need of using all our powers to solve It rightly Mr Winter shook his head lIe did not understand the minister Ills ac tion and his words were both foreign to tho mill owners regular business habits of thought and performance What will you do Mr Strong If the church refuses to listen to this proposed plan of yours- I suppose answered Philip after a little pause the church will not object to my living In another houso at my own charges They have no right to compel you to live here Mr Winter turned to tho other members of tho committee I said so at our previous meeting Gentlemen am I not right In thntf It Is not a question of our com pelling Mr Strong to live here saId one of the others It Is a question of tho churchs expecting him to do so It Is the parsonage and the church home for the minister In my opinion It will cause trouble If Mr Strong moves out People will not understand It That Is my belief too Mr Strong said Mr Winter It would be better for you to modify or change or better still to abandon this plan It will not bo understood and will cause trouble Suppose tho church should rent tho parsonage then suggested Philip It would then be getting a revenue from the property That with tho thousand dollars on my salary could be wisely and generously used to relieve much suffering In Milton this winter Tho church could easily rent tho house That was true as the parsonage stood on ono of thu most dcslrabto parts of n street and would command good rental Then you persist In this plan of yours do you Mr Strong asked tho third member of the committee who had for the most part been silent Yes 1 consider that under tho cir cumstances local and universal it Is my duty Where I propose to go Is a houso which I can get for 8 a month It Is near the tenement district and not so far from the church and this neigh borhood that I need bo Isolated too much from my church family Mr Winter looked serious and per plexed Tho other trustees looked dis satisfied It was evident they regarded tho whole thing with disfavor Mr Winter roso abruptly lIe could not avoid a feeling of anger In splto of his obligation to tho minister lie also had n vivid recollection of his former Interview with the pastor In that study And yet ho struggled wjth tho vague resistance against the feeling that Philip was proposing to do a Wing that could result In only ono way of suffering for himself With nil tho rest went a suppressed but conscious emo tion of wonder that a man would of his own free will give up a luxurious home for tho sake of any one Tho matter of reduction of salary Mr Strong will havo to como beforo the church The trustees cannot vote to accept your proposal I am very much mistaken it tho members of Cal vary church will not oppose the reduc- tIon You can see how It would place us in an unfavorable light Not necessarily Mr Winter sold Philip eagerly If the church will simply regard It as my own great do sire and as ono of the ways by which wo may help forward onr work In Mil ton I am sure we need have no fear of being put In a false light Tho church docs not propose this reduc- tIon It comes from me and In a tlmo of peculiar emergency both financial and social It Is a thing which has been dono several times by other min- Isters That may be Still I am positive Calvary church will regard It as un necossarr md will nrvwo u a win not make any difference practically replied Philip with a smile I can easily dispose of a thou sand dollars where It Is needed by oth ere moro than by me But I would prefer that tho church would actually pay out the money to them rather than myselfMr Winter and the other trustees looked at Philip In wonder and with a few words of farewell they left the parsonage CHAPTER XIV The following week Calvary churchI held a meeting It was one theI stormiest meetings ever held by the members In that meeting Mr Win ter again to tho surprise of nearly nil advised caution and defended the ministers action up to a certain point The result was a condition of waiting and expectancy rather than downright condemnation of the proposed action on Philips part It would be presenting the church In a falso light to picture It as entirely opposed up to this dato to Philips preaching and Ideas of Christian living He had built up a strong buttress of admiring and be- lievIng members In the church This stood with Mr Winters Influence as a breakwater against the tidal wave of opposition now beginning to pour In upon him There was an clement In Calvary church conservative to a de gree and yet strong In Its growing belief that Christian action and church work In the world had reached a cer tain crisis which would result eIther In the death or llfo of the church In America Philips preaching had strengthened this feeling Ills last move bad startled this clement and It wished to wait for developments The proposal of some that tbo minis ter bo requested to resign was finally overruled and It was decided not to oppose his desertion of the parsonage while tho matter of reduction of sal ary was voted upon In tho negative But feeling was roused to a high pitch Many of tho members declared their Intention of refusing to attend services Some said they would not pay their pledges any longer A pro vailing minority however ruled la fa vor of Philip and the action of tho meeting was formally sent him by the clerkMeanwhile Philip moved out of tho parsonage Into his new quarters Tho dally paper which had given a sensational account of his sermon laying most stress upon his voluntary proposl tion referring to his salary now came out with a column and a half devoted to his carrying out of his determination to abandon the parsonage and get near er tho people In the tenements Tho article was widely copied and various ly commented upon In Milton his ac Lion was condemned by many defend ed by some Very few seemed to un derstand his exact motive Tho ma jority took It as an eccentric movo and expressed regret In ono form and an other that a man of such marked in tellectual power as Mr Strong seem ed to possess lacked balance and good judgment Some called him a crank Tho people In the tenement district were too much absorbed In their suf ferings and selfishness to show any demonstration It remained to be seen whether they would be any better touched by him In his new homo So matters stood when the first Sun day of a new month came and Mr Strong again stood before his church with his Christ message It had been a wearing month to him Gradually there had been growing upon him a sense of almost Isolation In his pulpit work lie wondered If ho had Inter preted Christ aright IIo probed deeper and deeper Into the springs of action that moved the historical Jesus and again and again put that resplendently calm majestic Differing personality Into his own pulpit In Milton and then stood oft as It were to watch what ho would In all human probability say do reviewed all his own sayings on those first Sundays and tried to tax hImself with utmost severity for any denial of his Master or any false presentation of his spirit and as ho went over tho ground ho was almost overwhelmed to think how little had been really accomplished This tlmo jo camo beforo the church with tho experience of nearly three weeks hand to hand work among tho people for whoso sake ho hind moved out of tho parsonage As usual an Immense con gregation thronged the church Tho question has como to mo lately In different forms began Philip as to what Is church work I am awaro that my attitude on tho question Is not shared by many of tho members of thIs church and other churches Nov ertheless I stand hero today as I havo stood on these Sundays to declare to you what In deepest humility would seem to mo to bo the attltudo of Christ In tho matter before us What Is a church It Is a body of dIscIples professing to acknowledgo Christ as Master What docs ho want such a body to do Whatever will most effectively make Gods kingdom como on earth and hIs will be dono as In heaven What Is the moat necessary work of this church In Milton It is to go out and seek and save tho OBt It U to tako up its cross and fellow tho Master And as I see him ta- M ha beckons this church to follow him Into the tenements and slums or this town and bo jurists to those who dQ not know him As I sco him ho stands beckoning with pierced palms In the direction of suffering and dIs- ease and Ignorance and vice and pa ganism saying nero Is whore the work of Calvary church lies I do not believe the work of this church con- sIsts In having so many meetings and socIals and pleasant gatherings and do Hghtful occasions among Its own mew bers but the real work of this church consists In getting out of Its own lit tie circle In which It has been so many yean moving and going In any way most effective to tho worlds wounded to bind up the hurt and bo n savior to the lost If wo do not un derrtand this to bo tho truo meaning of church work then I believe wo miss Its whole meaning Church work In Milton today docs not consist In doing simply what your fathers did before you It means helping to mako a clean er town the purification of our munici pal life the actual planning and ac complishment of means to rellovo physical distress a thorough under standing of tho problem of labor and capital In brief church work today In this town Is whatever Is most need ed to be done to provo to this town that we are what wo profess our selves to be disciples of Jesus Christ That Is the reason I glvo moro tlmo to the tenement district problem than to calling on families that are well and In possession of great comforts and privileges That is tho reason I call on this church to do Christs work In his name and glvo Itself to save that part of our town This is but tho briefest of tho sketches of Phlllps sermon It was a part of himself his experience his heart belief no poured It out on tho vast audience with little saving of hIs vitality And that Sunday ho went homo at night exhausted with a feel ing of weariness partly duo to his work during the week among tho people The rails upon his tlmo and strength had boon Incessant and ho did not know where or when to stop It was three weeks after this sor mon on church work that Philip was again surprised by his strango visitor of a month before IIo had been out making some visits In company with his wife When they came back to tho house there sat tho Brother Man on tho doorstep At sight of him Philip felt that sauna thrill of expectancy which had passed over him at his former appearance The old mnn stood up and took oft hIs hat He looked very tired and sor rowtul But thcro breathed from his entire bearing the element of a perfect peaceBrother Man said Philip cheerily come In and rest yourself Can you keep mo overnight Tho question was put wistfully Philip was struck by tho difference between this almost shrinking request and tho self Invitation of a month be foreYes Indeed Wo have ono spare room for you You are welcome Como InSo they went In and after tea tho two sat down together whllo ors Strong was busy in tho kitchen A part of this conversation was after ward related by tho minister to his wife A part of It ho afterward said was unrcportablo tbo manner of tone the Inflection the gesture of his remarkable guest no man could repro duceYou havo moved since I saw you 8t said tho visitor Yes replied Philip You did not expect mo to act on your advice so soonMy advice Tho question camo In a hesitating tone Did I advlso you to move All yes I remember I A- lightl llkosuprcmcst reason flashed over There Bat the Brother Man on the step tho mans fact and then died out Yes yes you aro beginning to llvo on your simpler basis You aro doing as you preach That must feel good Yes replied Philip Iit does feel good Do you think Brother Man that this will help to solvo tho problem What problem Why tho problem of the church and tho peoplewInnIng them saving themAre your church members moving out of their elegant houses and coming down hero to live Tho old man ask ed the question In utmost simplicity- No I did not ask them You ought to WhatI Do you believe my people ought literally to leavo their posses- sIons and live among tho people Philip could not help asking tho question and all tho tIme ho was con scious of a strango absurdity mingled with an unaccountable respect for his visitor and hIs opinion Yes came the reply with tho calmness of light Christ would do mand It If ho were pastor of Calvary church in this ago Tho church members tho Christians In this century must renounce all that they have or they cannot bo his disciples Philip sat profoundly silent The words spoken so quietly by this crca+ taro tossed upon his own soul like a vessel In a tempest Ho dared not say anything for a moment The Brother- S MANY a dutiful daughter pays in pain for her mothers Ignorance or perhaps neglect The mother suffered and she thinks her daughter I must suffer also This is true only to a limited extent NoII excessive pain is healthy Every mother should inform INDULGENT MOTHERS sake Many ayoung girls beauty is wasted by unnecessary pain at time of menstruation and many indulgent mothers with mistaken kindness permit their daughters to grow careless about physical health Miss CARRIE M LAMB Big Beaver Mich writes DEAR tfRS PINKHAM A year ago I suffered from profuse and Irregulari menstruation and loucorrhcea My appetite was variable stomach sour and bowels were not regular and was subject to pains like- colicduringmenstruation I wrote you and began to take Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and used two packages of Sanative Wash Youcant imagine my relief My courses are natural and general health improved MRS NANNIE ADKINs La Due Mo writes DEAR MRS PINKHAM I feel it my duty to tell you of the good your Vegetable Compound has done my daughter She suffered untold agony at time of menstruation before taking your medicine but the Compound has the pain given her a better color and she feelS and has every way I am very grateful to you for the benefit has received Itis a great medicine young girls Man looked over ana saga at last What have you been preaching about since you came here A great many things What are some of the things you have about Well Philip clasped his hands over his kneesI have about the right and wrong uses of property the evil of the saloon the Sunday as a day of rest and worship tho necessi ty of moving our church building down Into this neighborhood tho need of living on a simpler basis and lastly the true work of a church In these daysHas your church dono what you have wlshel11II No replied Philip with a sigh Will It do what you preach ought to bo done- I do not know Why dont you The question resIgnIplicity but It a blow It was spoken with calmness that hardly roso above a whisper but It seemed to the listener almost like a shout The thought of giving up hIs work simply because his church had not yet dono what ho wished or because some of his people did not llko him was the last thing a man of his nature would do IIo looked again at tho man and said Would you resign If you wero In my placerNo It was so quietly spoken that Philip almost doubted It his visitor had replied Thon ho said What has been done with the parsonage It is empty Tho church Is waiting to rent It to some one who expects to movo to Milton soon Aro you sorry you come herofNo I am happy in my work Do you have enough to eat and wearYes Indeed The thousand dollars which tho church refused to take off my salary goes to help where most needed The rest la moro than enough for us Does your wlfo think sol The from any ono else had been Impertinent From this man it was us cull her in and ask her N ro plied Philip with a smile Sarah tho Brother Man wants to know If you have enough to live on Sarah came In and sat down It was dark The year was turning into the softer months of spring and all tho outdoor world had been a benediction that evening If tho sorrow and poverty A t nf fA toru m nt district so rerre aRai DI- r feel 1 self for herown sake and especially for tho of her daughter Write to Mrs at Lynn Mass for her advice about all matters concerning the ills of the feminine organs relieved stronger improved she for preached preached qucstloq notLet Pinkham near hind not pervaded tho very walls and atmosphere of tbo entire place The nlalsters wife answered bravo ly Yes wo have food and clothing and Ufos necessaries But oh Philip- this Ufo Is wearing you outl Yes Brother Man she continued while a tear rolled over her cheek the minis ter Is giving his lifeblood for these people and they do not care It Is a vain sacrifice She had spoken as frankly as If tho old man had been her father There was a something confiI her to him tenderly There Sarah you are nervous aud Ijred I am a Ut tie discouraged but strong and hearty for tho work Brother Man you must not think wo regret your advice Wo have been blessed by following It And then their remarkable guest stretched out his arms through tho gathering gloom In the room and seemed to bless them Later in the even lIng ho again called for a Bible and II offered a prayer of wondrous sweetness no was shown to his plainly fur l nlshed room no looked around and r smiled This la like my old home ho SldIa palace whero tho poor dlo of bunICORN A CONTINUEDI An attack was lately mane on 0 F Collier of Cherokee Iowa that nearly proved fatal It came through his kid neys His back got so lame he could not stoop without ereat pain nor sit in a chair except propped by cushions No remedy helped him until he tiled electric Bitters which effected sucn a won derful change that be writes he feels like a new man This marvelous medicine cures backache and kidney trouble purl fies the blood and builds up your health Only 600 at Short and Haynes ding store Higher Wages Saw mill men at Middlejboro have struck for higher wages I was nearly dead with dyspepsia tried doctors visited mineral springs and grew worse I used Kodol Dyspep sin Cure That cured me It digests what you eat Cures indigestion sour stomach heartburn and all forms of dy spepslaA11 Fisher a Blag out the 014 I4bg to the aew Ring out the alga Ring IB the ttow We bring to you use aew unit true frees the buy forests of Norway DR BELL- SPineTarHoney Natures most natural remedy Improved by cknca to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed wifcca fib Lungs sad Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs anexhila rated 1 tho mlaobabearlng mucus Is cut out 1 the cause of that tickling It removed udUM laflimed membranes are healed sad soothed to that hirer oo Inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD ORUOOITB MUiOnly 28 So aaet flOO Slae IIBE SURE YOU GET IT ItUs KMTar4Mf NOTICE Thomas C Touscy and Others on Petition Kentucky Breckenridge County Court Regular Term Feb 20 lDoo TT APPEARING TO THE 8ATI3FAO tlon of Ibis Court that the petition of Thomas 0 TOUBKV and others biretolon lodged with the Judge of the Brecken ridge County Court and mad in this Court on tbe 24th day of February 1900 requesting that an election be held III precinct No 2 in the Cloverport Megifr terial Dibtrlct Breckenrldgo County Kentucky on the 28th day ol April 1000 to take the sense of the legal voters of said precinct who are qualified to vote at an election for the county officers upon the proposition whether or not splrltu Otis vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said voting pre clnct and also whether the provisions of this law and prohibition shall apply to druggists in said precinct or whether or not the prohibition or law now in iorct shall become Inoperatlvetand It farther- appearing A I 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 be granted and that an election be held on said 28th day of April 1000 in said pre cinct No2 Cloverport Magisterial District In state and county aforesaid to take the tense of the legal voters of said precinct who are qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bar tered or loaned in said precinct and also whether or not the provisions of this taw and prohibition shall apply to drnggieta in said precinct or whether or not the prohibition or law now in force shall becomii inoperative In said precinct And it is further ordered that the Sheriff of Breckenndge County open a poll at said voting precinct on tbe said 28th day of April 1000 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said precinct who are qualified lo vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall 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 glaie or whether or not the prohibition 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 tile Board of Election Commissioners of Brrckenrldge 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 NOTICE and in pursuance to an order of the Breckenridge County Court made at its regular February term 1000 Febru ary 20 1000 a poll will be opened and an electionheld In voting prcclnt No2 Cloverport Magisterial District Breck enridgu 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 proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned therein and also wlteth er or not this law and prohibition shall apply to druggists therein and whether or not the prohibition or law now in force shall become Inoperative in said precinctSaid 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 Breckenridge State of Kentucky this the 3d day of March AD 1000 F P PAYNE S B 0 LOCUST LAWN NERD of Registered Poland China Swine The herd ItI headed by Commodore Sampson 163S5 a son or King Trenton i56r5 the greatest prIze wlnnlna Poland Chlra bog iY lfrdead Commodore Sampson It a duplicate celebrated lire and we can truthfully say without casting any reflection on Uieckenridge county that we never expected to tee at grand a bred hog or 10 tine an Individual within her borden We tell no show records lint we can tell aged Iowa gilt boats ready for service spring and fall pigs that wilt plisse YOU Cheap for quality of itock Call on or address O A SONIrvington Ky Sendus your order THIS PAPER I ONE YEAR FARM JOURI NAL YEARS PAY UPANDGET BOTH PAPERS AT THE PRICE OF ONE fWe want to get 1000 subscribers to our paper by New Years and are going to do it if we can we therefore con tin u our arrangement with tbe Farm Journal by which we can send TUB BRECKBNRHXHI NEWS and the Farm Journal 5 years both for 100 And we make tbe same offer to all old subscribers who will pay 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 ths bps people everywhere YououirhttoUkeit Nonce We are going to send you soon a sample copy of the Farm Joninal free and let it speak for itself Lookout for it GEO H CASPERKE Jewelry and- Insurance But Policies for least money In Life Fire Tor aado tad Accident insurance BRANDENBURG KY r Henderson P utoLc- ahfflllll Bnlinu a Sit Low li CGo rime Card Is Effect Jane IB I899 EASTBOUND IINo IN 44NO4 85pniKyannlUeI 45amNmderrooS10DaiVet ti auSpollume3 7 313Worthlngton 344Griffiths b i Manlrigljr 807 383 400Pateat418Waltman i 491Falcon430PelriAIMrorCanneltonTedCitrl 1Skillman 930 44pg04raShop l 942 Cloverport 48 SOS 510 Holt 1004 615 620rfAddison 1007 618 Stephentport 1012 622 7626 Sample lose 680 6M Y Pierce 1024 6 S4 Lodlbnrg 1032 642 643 Webtter 1040 660 66- 1Irvington1048 003 657 frEkronBrandenburg 1113 628 617 LouL Branch 1122 634 jJWillowdJloward1 Wit Point 1150am 665 645 lKentucky Street 12 S0pm 7 SO 7 U LooliTlll Union Dtp Ar USSpm 745pm 73am 5 o tWESTINo 41 No 4INo 43+ Ii LoufsvilleUnfonDepLv 737am 450pm Kentucky Street 760 607 618Rock Vetllolnt 828 687 8315pt 981 + IIIrandenburcIrylnlton 921 843 1009 M- tVebster 928 851 1008 f 151ttPierce r lOstSleponlportAddison 1001 724 + 1098Cloverport t- Shops1020 748 1049 1069iiawsyllle UIlorkFalcon1119lwlpontiVaftman11 833 Iowenor Rockport lad 1119 842 1199 Pates 1130 863 S 68plllMattlnllyGrigithg1166 921 fStanley 1169m 92S 1215am t t ss1Reads1214123DalkeU1289lIendertOn12MEvannlllSt Lou At 716pm 720am v JJoi 45 and 46 have Pullman Ballet Sleeping Can and elegant highback teat Panenzer Coaches through between Louisville Evaniville and St + Ix chanleNOI elegant highback neat Pass eDger Coachu and Parlor Car service through be tween Loulivllle Evansyale and St Louis wIthout tj4 change elegantCachesout changeEDGAR lULLe Traffic Manager Loulsyfl 4aL H 4 StlLIL Hf Uvlfle Brancbjj j TIME TABLE Ni 10 v 0 r IN EFFOT SUNDAY JUNE 18 189Q iWeitBound Train East Bound TraI5 5a No3tNo6tt STATIONS No2t f 7 Norrrr AM rJot AM rat 10150 645 Ly Irvington M 900 645r1113 709 Garfield 8 M 6 30 1124 719 lamed B U 6 09 1128 728 Junction 820 b C6 1133 7 28 llardlasburg s U 6 00 1140 7 S6 Junction 810 4115 1150 7 45 KIrk S 01 416 s 1167 7 62 Jolly 7 W sa 1209 804 Clendeane 742411214 8 09 T SO 415 + IBS 1230 825 Fallsoltough T1540012 50 545 Dempster 8 67 II 42 j 1256 550 nockvale a 63 II 86 100 8M ltuth 6 48 a 98 105 9 m Askins 8 44 388 113 9 m Oaks 6 38 321 1211 9IS Ar Fordsvime L 8 SO 315P- M riot AIII gM 1 DailyTrain i and 44 connect ot Irvington with Trains Nos 3 and f for points on Fordivflle branchtTrains a 3 and run Trains No and 4 connect at irvington with Main Line trains 41 45 41 and 44 LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE MAIL 00 Incorporated I Fast Passenger and Freight i Steamers iV p TARASCONti TELL CITY j + E G RAGON it fROSE KITE 1- ii AND J BELLEVUE THROUGH RATES TO Lower Ohio Green and Barren Rivers r Cincinnati Madison ndIUpper Ohio River iJ For rates schedules and other tinformation address GEO H WILSON f Superintendent CE HYDES i G F and P AgentrxLoulaylltefky s SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR STOCK I Quick TIme Close Connections Lew Rates i iic atiR tU GREGORY CO 4 iiLUMBER jDun Sub Lathe ShloflM U i Celt Hay Mixed Fehr f t rerWllerBlttWJ 1 ISaAY a t i i1- i n yyyyFi THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 21 1900 3 QUIET COLORS THE VOGUE Softened by Art to Give the Effect of r e Having Been Subdued by Time 1 No matter how Inexpensive a gown may be IL should be becoming in color wrl es Emma M Hooper In tho March LeMea Home Journal There arc at few points that r honld always bo ronif in 1 bered by the woman with a limited ward robe She should tInt invret in high nuv elty shades if very stout or very tall or z unuinally slirndrr the should not wear r light or bright colors on the atrcot Black and white aro particularly styllali lor trimmings on any color or material A light airy effect should left aimed at by t young women and yount girls The r colors on the color card isanrd for the manufacturing and retail trades are almost faded in appearance so light nr the tones rtpreoented by the pastel or minus ture shades Everything is eoftwncd by art to appear as though subdued by time amheveralold colors in the list art well disguised by this antique finish i The Beat Salve In The World Is Banner Salve Ids made from a prescription by a worldwide known skin specialist and Is positively the moat heal ing salve for piles burns scalds ulcers running sores and all skin diseases Moorman A Owen ti Spring Work in the Orchard The winter of 1809 1000 Lasso far 1proved an exception to all the winters of lOJrears Not A single bull on our fruit trefehaa been injured yet I find on care Lul xamlna lon that a few peach buds werenot well ripened In the fall and wit proably not develop Otherwise even peach buds are in perfect condition The prospect In for a large crop where peachr are generally a failure Apple buds are very promising and most of the pears are tinexcellent condition Cherry buda nUll plum buds could not be better AlI though the strawberries have needed the snow the Ice Las laid over them in a thin sheet and think has been bene finial Raspberry canes are in xclltnt condition as also blackberries It is ex ceedinglv important that farmora shell buiy themselves during March and April In destroying the g e of the forest wortrw These eggs are glued in maswa on the twigs and bid fair to give us a terrible fight next spring If they are destroyed from the apples plums and pars and other overhead fruits we have them only to fight them as they develop on the lorIest and shade trees I have BO far etroyed or bad destroyed about 4000 clus tere of eggs and do not expect to stop shor of 10000 In ot hnr words I propose to clear my fruit trees so thoroughly that in thesprlng I thai need but a fewf days of 1charp work with the torch Theee worms bktcvt out earliest on the trees that are flrst o blossom that is the plum trees Ibey follow the development off the treef SpywappteE P Powell New York L r Are you sick If BO investigate the reoncentratjit quickly produces the most gratifying re r e t1 digestion improves the lips and cheeks lose their pallor the eyebtcomee J bright and the step elastic Price 50 cents K A Bicycle Story t A farmer drifted into a hardware store lt Jand wee asked by the manager Dont 0 7bu want to buy ablcycle to ride around your farm on Tbere cheap now Can give you one for thirtyfive dollars Id i sooner pnt the thirtyfive dollars into a BaUblnk8I1hltlook riding around town on a cow Oh itIdont know said the farmer no f- mlfkingabicycleExchange more foolish p rhap than I would look i Dr ffuIF1 Cough Syrup cures over kt tin taost stubborn cold as well as all lt com yy Htlon tlc llot In the throat huiltjr voice and olent coughloj It Is the most wonderful medU P eias science axs produced i Will Reimburse The Kentucky Republican Club at an I executive seedon held at Washington dI ii- st coeeed a proposition to raise the turn or 25000 for the purpose of reimbursing Wa Taylor forthe expendlturu wan s compelled to moke in the recent polltlca opnteat in the State It was decided tn o Make an effort to raise 6000 of the sum u aubscrlptloncVCumberland J BOlailr Peoria 111says Stir geohi wanted to operate on me for plltH bxt I cured them with DnWittti Wlc phlessadFisherIwJJatherlng Thoughts i 1JC The tWQ moat absent minded men on I theaabt record are the fellow who be i i te tad leJtbla watch at home and then 1 took it out to see if he had time to so I ri bacK sad petit pad the man who put Uu iofflee deora card saying put will Sukaoofl and on his return uai 1 t u OB the stair step to watt for him s wlf Exchange f SageneJ Hall the poet and publish 0 w sage that one dose of Foleya Honey lard Tar restored hu votes when hoarrr MM threatened to prevent his lecture r t- ttentiftl I Katie Hull Chlc oojNo hllJl l MW M good Moorman iiilOtrpr J 1Nv 3- a 1Ir JONESWILSON Well Known Fordsvllle Couple Mar tied at Owensboro Ma John Jonesand Mlaa Eliza Wilson of Foiilsville came to the city this mor ning cud were married by Riv T J Itatclill ol Fordsvllk1 who accorapanirti them Mr jpnea Is one of the most enterprising young business men of bin town Mitt bride Isuhaadeouiu young huty inudeet intelligent and refin dI Thy lllruturu to Fordsvillo this even log Oivonsboro Inquirer ChlMreu often inherit feeble digestive power aud colic of a more or lees poveru character results when food is taken which is at all difficult to dirt t WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE acts aa a general and permanent tonic Price 25 and 50 cents Answered Mechanically Judge And whet did the prisoner say when you told him that you would have him arrbste- dUomphdnautHu answered mechanically yr honour Julg Expnv- nOomplatnnut1l hit ms on tho head with a hammer It tikes but a iniiiuto to overcome tick ling In the threat nod to slop a cough by the uso of Ou Minuto Cough Cure This tamely quickly cures all forms of throat and lutig troubles Harmless cud pleasant to take It provtnts consump tlon A famous spcifiu for grippe and ts alter effacesA R Fisher Telephones In Japan Thero are 4200 telephones use In the City of Tokyo with applications for 3582 more it la emulated that by 1002 ten thousand tIpholletl will be in use in the capital of Japan Wliuii flretintroduced tbu price wiu only 40 yeu u year but it bas now born advanced to CO yen The yeu Is worth abo it 50 cents Missionary Review Agents ou salary of 1500 pnr week and expenses the greatest ngiut celler ever produced every tork and poultry raiser buys It on eight Hustlers wanted Reference Address with champ American MIlE Ck Terre Hautg Ifed To Preserve Knowledge It U no more poaeiblc ffjr au idle man to ktH p together cdrtnlri stock of know ledge than it is possible to kp together a stock of ica exposed to the meridian sun Every day destroys n fact a relation or an influence and thonly way ofprefer ving the hulk arid vain of the pll 1id by constantly adding to it Sidney Smith Too many people los valuable time in experimenting wlih cough and cold cures Tbeyshould take Follys Honey and Tar before It is too late Moorman tit Owen A Reminder Mrs Ivikeside I saw something today thnt called up a value recollection of my first marriage LakesideDid yon What was it Mrs Lakeside My first husband I hadnt seen him for years When children have earache saturate a piece of cotton with BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT and place it in the ear It will slop the pain quickly Price i5 a ud and 60 cents Interval of Peace Do you do any pennaco during Lent Aunt Minerva Ye I quit mixing up with the church slndlanapolls Journal Catch the opportunity By taking floods Sarsaparilla now you may buildup your health und prevent serious ill nPa Look In Your Mirror heathytintedlet form r These attractiolllre the reealt of rood health H they are absent there l U nearly always some disorder of the dlslorgans present Healthy menstrual organs mean health and beauty I everywhere HcELREE7S Wine of Cartful makes women beautiful and healthy It strikes at tho Hot of all their trouble There is no menstrual dies order ache or pain which it will not It iIe for the budding girl the approachingthe i gcrlaIahealth strength and haplnees ItI costs fioo of medicine dealers For advice inCaMe requiring Special symptomsTheThe Chattanooga Medicine Co chatt- anooga 1 Tenn I OYWeBI I e RUNNING SORE ON HIS ANKLE After Six Years of Intense Suffering Promptly Cured I By S S Sr Obstinate sores and ulcers which refuse to heal under ordinary treatment soon become chronic and deep- S11ltlldand sire sirn that the entire circulation is ina depraved n condition They aro a sovero drain upon the system and nm eon stonily sapping away the vitality In Query case the poison must be eliminated from tho blood and no amount of oxtcrnal treatment can have any effect Thero is no uncertainty about tho merits of S S 8 j every claim made for it is backed up strongly by convincing testimony of those who have been cured by it and know of its virtues by experience Mr IaJ Clark of Orange Courthouse Va writes II For six years I had an obstinate running ulcer on my ankle which at times caused me Intense suffering I was to disabled for a long whllo that I was wholly unfit for business One of tho nest doctors treated me constantly but did me no good I then tried various blood remedies without the least benefit S S S was so highly recom mended that I concluded to try it and tho effect was wonderful It seemed to got right at the seat of the disease and foroo tho poison out and I was soon com pletely cured gwlfte Specific s S S FOR THE BLOOD drivos out every trace of impurity in tho blood and in this way cures permanent the most obstinate deep scated sore or ulcer It is the only blood remedy guaranteed purely vegetable and cox tains not a particle of potash mercury or other mineral S S S cures Contagious Blood Poison Scrofula Cancer Catarrh Eczema Rheumatism Soros Ulcers Boils or any other blood trouble Insist placoVj Company Atlanta Ga uuKXKKKXXKOO THE BRECKENRIDGE NORMAL COLLEGES 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for pncesii S j I f I i SI TAKE ADVANTAGE I 4 I i iOFI JI I wlII 3tYour prompt IImI Coal I I JiFTTI l la6I f QEM0FI I I I I THEII I I i 11 SEASON I I i I I I II I SPRINGWEARDress FOE j i a I i i t I Hats Caps Furnishing Goods I and Dress Goods t i THE LARGEST STOCK OF I SPRING MERCHANDISEev- erI displayed in Irvington will be shown soon at the I Mammoth Store ofII JOLLY cSz CAINIRVINGTON KY 0rifr P WIRT Merchant Tailor Suitingsand Repair Work A SPECIALTY Located at M Hamman ds Sons old furniture stand 01ovorportKy CONTRACTOR AN- DPAINTER Estimates Furnished on all Work 3 PAINTING fr Guaranteed to be Strictly FirstClass For further information address J Ha WILLETT CLOVERPORT KY AJKIRST Canneltons Leading Tailor WILL ATTEND TO YOUR WANTS WHEN IN NEED 1 4 e- y t 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 21 1900 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Tao D T 0 Babbage Editors and Proprletn CAUUS OK TUAXKS mrlTtlliti charged Fre- ttit ratet 10 eeata per lie OBITUARIES charged ftr at tile rate f 5 cent tcrllie MOSEY IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY MA ROH 21 1000 A FRIEND from Union Star in renew lug his subscription last week said that he wanted to owlet In 01lL R tlieaiachin er f the NEWS That the kind of oil we need paid subscriptions A note on our new preen falls due this month so we must have a fresh supply of oil Send us what you owo us and help to keep your county pap r running smooth ly and Duccepefulv MKSTAL nnd sp rituallndolence is tho mali harrier to nl progress d Dot T Ml to hear Rv J M1 Orowne lecii r Monday night on Tho Tell Tale Tick ift Time W J BRYAN in three year has trav eled 92790 mil H more than three times around the world tlty screenidea the OlrHian idea and the right idea Glum WM an rxpnnaionirt TUOJIAS B IHErD nays that he attributes t yr d biirceEH he has had in life to eelf relies and a capacity for hard work MAUD S the famms trotter owned hy Hni rt Bonner died last week She was iwrentvBix years old and her record was 208J Event few days w hear of some fresli d v 1 pment in the Gotlml lougpinicy N i r m one Wharton Gulden who t ittI Jn WHITMTT will write his history of 1 I UiuSUi in the form of n story with I gmtosne and licoupsionn in the foot mt t RIIIl appendix MIKLDON yaye tto K iuucky Rflaiis a l r as aba amount of space HH Rtvies as 11181111 iff itt IllciUoa by rncuuistf u th ticliin M of the Berman on tin mount TIIKRK are u nR dtwlopuiKnls in I the Governors fight at Frankfort Tlin wait r is going through the courts RodI this menus a blow piocfW of settlement IVMOHT nt twelve oclock a new era WIll heI inaugurated Cllvrport Tim cuts of the open raloou will he rainy d aiil H Hfaaon of fue and soberness wil oer spread our village and vicinity AT the State Conventions of both time Democratic and Populist party at Liu con Nebraska Monday night both pal tim elected ilflcuatiiitm favorable to tlie nomination of W J Bryan for President THKIIE will be plenty of this political bun iitbs to go or thin summer in Ken lucky and right here in the Fourth Con grefSional district if the people want to take it up They seldom fail to give H heating and hence it may breakout any where and at any time Lets be on guard THE Paola Western Spirit a Kansan Weekly has invited Congressman Rob erta to take charge of it for one mouth In the four editions thus edited the question of time Mormon religion and thM recent expulsion from Congress of Roberts will he Ireily and fully the cussed LKT us hope that so far as the add weather record is concerned March hah thu far done her full share and that Ne shall soon bn gret ted hy the glsd spring timw Pie farmers are anxious for this and for the HVH when they can gladden till II IMs with their present anti Pit pare the harvest for the future e Too little credence can not ht given to stories of a go + sipv imiur that an prefaced with that much used mat In definite phrane they eay Many a mans reputation and many a won ans honor have suuVrrd by idle rumors repeated by idler tongues with no foundation and upon no authority save the vague and sometimes Hmlicious they say NY J BRYAN will tour KentuckyaKaln thifl Bummer And there are other1 There will be four or five Presidential tickets In the haul and timers will bo politics galore But what of it We will take something that has bottom to it if you please internal improvement home development and our country to Btand in the front rank commercially financially and socially and ahead If possible In many things that benefit and bring substantial enjoyment to the human race THE man who eald Da sure you are right and then go ahead has been aa often quoted ai a new undertaking bas ben planned but the quotation ban not at ways been the ruling principle of the project Atno time ia care and di crt tion more necessary than ateeed time the present time The igreatest jug ment should be used to procure the beat i seed for however abundant your crop may be in the tall and whatever time and labor you may expend upon it your ancctM will be but mediocre if your crop IB inferior to your neighbors Get the best seed on the market this is an all Important step Start right and when th harvest in come and your granary Is full to overflowing with the fruits of your years thoueht and labor you will feel repaid for your wisdom and perhaps sacrifice in planting and cultivating only the best seed only such as deserves to be propagated F WUAKTOK GOLDEN of Harboursville a frieud of Caleb Powers and others who havebeen arrested aa accessories to the murder of Goebel has turned states evidence and declares Tallow Dick Combs a mulatto recently a barber and proprietor of a blind tiger at Winches ter the assassinator Golden made the confession of his knowledge of the con spiracy to attorneys Campbell Franklin and Polrgrove at Lexington Sunday March 18 He says that other plans be sides the one adopted were discussed among which was death by asphyxia tion Combs the uegro suspect is known to be in the mountains but as yet no attempt bas been made to arrest him The cases of John Davis Caleb Powers and W II Cull on were called for trial in the Franklin county court Monday and postponed until Friday morning at 10 oclock THE mechanical appearance of a newspaper furnishes a reliable indication ol the character of the people it represents and of the people who patronize it And in no part of the paper is this more evi dent than in tho headlines Headlines can be made catchy advertisements which do not give value received in the body ot the article others the plan of which we strive to follow give the con text In a clear and concise manner Our patrons are not sensationalists but a quiet conservative peot IIn as a rule and wM attempt to represent their good taste in very detailof our w etly publica tion THE Breckeuridge Company Limited I Ia oUVieil to doiiitte to any company oneacr of tiwuiitl in Ithe lower part of the city provided there shall be erected on it a manufactory employing say thir ty people This1 in a lihral offer and will dltihtlefis he HCCI pted This piece of land lies near the river front and is a leilrablu locution for a manufactory of clip tort This an opportunity for this own to do tomothiig With a good manufacturing estahliHliment in this part of the town several hundred people would be adId to our populatio- nSTEPHENSPORT Herman Lay of Ilardinsbur was In- tnhn Sunday Author Havnea of the Cincinnati Conperagf Co was in town Sunday Mits SUH Bashtar Union Star was Mi guest of her aunt Mrs R J Napper SundayDr Mrs Geo E Shlvely have re turned from a visit to limit parents in U venahoro Clarence L y Irvington and Harry Bwid of Cloverport were guests of 0 e Lewis and family Sunday lime Cincinnati Cooperage Co is loading a barge of staved this week at the mouth of Sinking Creek Mrs C H Wellington and son Edgar Le ate In Eva hvill She will return soon with H stock of spring millinery- F 0 Furry went to Louisville Sunday to bring his wife home who has been under treatment At Nortons Infirmary- Mr Rout J Crittmidn of Frankfort line located in our town and recently pu chased the Muray farm below town The members f the Christian church gave an ice cream supper at the City Hall Saturday evening The gross pro- cMede were uuuut tea dollars Geo J Jo C ol Cincinnati and Miss Dross itaborn near town were quietly married at the parsonage last Thursday afternoon Bro Galloway said the ceremony Mrs M Blain returned last week from a tea weeks sojourn in Florida Her heilth IB much Improved and she reports a most delightful stay neath sunny skies and monu lairst flowers Cowslip Greens One of the must familiar forms in wet meadows is erroneously Known as cow slip vulgarly r w lop a general favorite in springtim for greens How it received its common appellation isnot clear It furnishes a striking Illustration of the ofttimes unfitting aud misleading character off popular names for It beats no relation to tlm Engllih cowslip but is closely allied to the buMercup a fact eng eeted to the uninitiated by its shining yellow petals and superabundance of stamens To avoid complication in names the botanist Gray favored recog nizing it under its Englsh name marsh marigold but her again We may be led slightly astray as to UN relationship for it le no more than a primrose It is prop orly known aa Caltha Palustrls Frond the Self Culture Magwsiue for March Mr J Sheer Sedalia Mo saved his childs life by One Mipute Cough Ogre Doctors had glyen her up to die with croup Its an infallible cure fur cpngbs colds grippe pneumonia bronchitis and throat and lung troubles Relieves at- onceA R Fisher MULDRAUGH Bud Lewis has gone to Louisville on business Miss Ella Lewis returned home from Ud Louisville Saturday- J W Thomas made a business trip to Louisville Wednesday Dan Brooks of Louisville spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs W E Young Mrs J W Thomas and children spent Sunday with her mother at Long Grove Rev 0 A Humphrey filled his regu lar appointment here Sunday night All were pleased with his sermon Dr Homan Taylor a dentist from Louisville was in town last week His work has been successful in every case Mr and Mrs Alt Lusk of Grahamp ton and J W Harrington and children spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs S liar riugton Misa Lizzie Pusey of Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday with her uncle William Pusey who has been quite ill for two months Miss Zula Monarch of Denver Colorado Is the guest of her grandmother MreJB Withers She will be here with relatives all the sprint Joe Ritchie is at home with hIs wife for a few days He is in the employ of tho L H St L R R and will make his home at West Point We regret to lose him and his wife who are exceUsat neighborsD our new merchant IB giv ing general satisfaction He carries a nice lot ol goods Call and see him and get one of our new library books It wlll keep you from setting louely and wili not cost you a cent The many friends of Mr S Laei Har rington will be glad to know of his suc tees In the south where he has been since last fall Mr Harrington has a lucrative position with the Oklahoma Little Rock and Gulf River Ry In addition to having a good position he has improved wonderfully in health and writes that be is well pleased with the south and its hospitable people Dr Bulls Cough Syrup furnishes most substantial comfort and relief to consumptives li works most remarkable cures Dont despair Relief can certainty be had I a cure IIs possible with this wonderful remed- yBATTLETOWN The farmers planted a few oats and potatoes last week Miss Ellen Greer whose illness has been previously mentioned is much im proved at this writing Mrs M 0 Thompson ot Schooners Flat Ind carne over list Friday for an indefinite stay among relatives here Mr Alex Suter a very aged citizen living near Cedar Flat has been linger at the point of death for several days He has dropsy and organic heart trouble Those Three Cheers for the Glen dcane correspondent in last weeks issue were all right I never denied his being a true Kentucky gentleman as ho is today neither did any of my worthy colleagues Yes lets hear from him againSome boys from this neighborhood did a very unjut act last Sunday in tearing down a straw stack belonging to Mr Al bert Yontsler Some of them were iden tilled by some pocket property which they lost in turning somersaults on the straw Johnnie Bruner and Davie Thompson were in the gang We did not think any boy of this place capable of such an act While hauling a load of corn last week M J Bennett was quite unfortu nate lie got off his wagon to replace a sack of corn when his team started He came up too hastily behind them giving them a fright which caused them to run away The most damage done was to a fine cow belonging to Mrs Liza Bennett which was run over and killed The wagon was slightly damaged but the team was not hurt Trusts1 trustsI all you can hear is trusts And why dont the administra tion put them down The Democratic party cannot put them down any more than any other party Who can keep a firm or combine froth setting a price on what they manufacture or handle Some people are against a trust lust be cause they are not in it They expect high prices for everything they sell and expect to buy everything at bottom prices No one can expect to be the whole thing JIG SPRING Mr James Harned went to Louisville Monday with stock There was quite a large congregation out to hear Bro Hines Sunday rMiss Daisy Meador has returned home after an absence of several weeks Mies Selma Strother goes to Louisville Tuesday to visit friends and relatives Miss Davie Galloway has returned home from Buffalo Ky where she was visiting friends Mrs H Meyer and children went to Louisville Monday to be gone two or three weeks Bomto the wife of Fuller Gross of Vertreaa daughter on Feb 28th The mother and child are both doing well Miss Wimble Moorman went toWeat Point Moadar where she Will tea the guest of her cousin Mrs James Meyer U MAKES vIJ I WEAKWOMIHsmONOAll8SICK The success of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription in the cure of diseases pe culls to women is beyond comparison greater than that of any other medicine prepared especially for womans use It preparation living physician still in active practice- and who assisted by his staff of nearly a score of trained physicians treats and rearFavorite ating and vitalizing power peculiar to itself and a phenomenal control of dis eases which attacl4 the delicate organs of woman It permanently cures backache bearingdown pains ulceration inflam matron and like ills by curing their cause It dries up the drains puts out the fever fire of inflammation and cures the corroding ulcer It makes marriage a happiness and motherhood a blessing by giving to women such an abundant VItality that the baby blossoms into life as sweetly simply and naturally as a flower Sick women are invited to con sult Dr Pierce by letter All correspondence strictly confidential Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y It contains no opi um cocaine or other narcotic and no al cohol or whisky FALLS OF ROUGH From another Correspondent Farmers are very busy sowing oats Warren Eskridge sold a fine McEndor colt last week for 00 Mr Ellis Fentrera and wife visited the latterfl parents Mr and Mrs Frank Wilson last Sunday Mrs Sue Mercer has returned from a three months visit to her sister and other relatives of Forks of Hough Mr Late Beauchamp has just return ed from the oily where he has been purchasing a largo stock of goods for the firm of Biauchamp Eskridge Lest week Warren Eskrldee bought three fine tracts of timber for tho firm ol Beauphamp Eskridge He also sold two car loads of bone meal Waren and Lafa surely err notion MiettMnnJo krmdge who was visit lug her luoiher Mr Waren Eikridgo of i Is pace was called home last Sun Vy to sea her friend Miss Luna Mc CI of Leitchfield MreKate krivlitel her parents Mr and Mrs II 0 Bvauchamp last Sat urday and Sunday together with her sisters Mrs Mollle Parson and Mrs Iva McMullin of McDanloK 11V0 dont see why the good citizens of this place dont mako an efforl to stop the sale of cider here as it is ruining all the boys of this community We older ones are responsible for the crime aud not the boys It is pleasant to hear the hum of the sawmill and to see the river filled with logs as we know it will furnish labor for a great many hands and our little town will be on a boom for quit a while DeWltta Little Early Users purify he blood clean the liver invigorate the system Famous liver pills for consti pation and liver troubles A H Fisher EKRON Ekrbn is on a boom Jim Wimp went to Louisville Friday Max Willett went to Louisville Sun dayM Meyer pays 12c per dozen for your eggsForest Giland has sold his property here Z T Cox has given the depot a new coat of paint lion L Green Falls of Rough waS in town Sunday Dr Miles was in towu this week on businessBuy calico at the Peoples Store for 3c per yard Mrs Sam Brown is at Brandenburg this week Miss Gusaie Wright was the guest of her aunt at Garrett Monday Miss Owens was the guest of Miss Em ma Meyer last Tuesday night Miss Ermle Craycroft visited Miss Nina Anderson at Qua ton Sunday Roy Shacklett baa accepted a position with Adlson do Willett of this place Sam Meyer has accepted a position in the store with his uncle at Buras Ky Mr and Mrs Ben Carrico and daugh tter Nettle were in town shopping Sat urdaySIg Loeb sad family of Guston were guests of Mich Meyer Sunday as was also Felix Loeb of EHsabethtow- nWheain town and want bargains go to Mich1 Meyers David Iis always ready to onjrou- WewUrhave another store at this placerlMbi Mr Dock Frymlre of Pres ton Ky is the new merchant Childrens andMisses Shoes The Best for the Least ful We try to make your way easy with the right kind ofshoes and keep your purse heavy with the smallness of our prices May be you thats easy to do Wellwe find it so easy but we do it Well back our line of shoes against all comers for steady everydayinthe yearsatisfaction And it matters not whether its a farm shoe a work shoe a shoe a house shoe or a street shoe The w ar in every is worth the price we charge In with the lino of Mens Shoes we have received a very line of 1 ft CO Ladies Fine Shoes Oxfords i BUTTERICKS PATTERNS Mrs Mnlivla K nan formerly of Ureckenrldi e aims died of consump i lion Jan 20 h at FlortsvlIlP Wiron county Team On account of brass our pastor has been unable tn Ip et oh for us since Jan uary but hili plintineuta have been filled by other pr a hers Mrs AmanthH DWolf of Dallas Ore goo and litil laughter May who have been visiting h r mother Mrs McClure all the fall mi1 winter left for tier lomo March 12th WAITMAN Leila Thrasher is ylaiting at Whites VilleR F Whltworih raised his barn one day last week Miss Georgia aloway will teach our spring school Joe Brown IH jurt out after an illness of several week Mrs Mary Whitworth visited Mrs Georgia Board Fridxy Will Norrington is all smiles since tho Arrival of a baby girl at his house on the 5th Lee Beauchamp died last weekof con uamption He was a young man of rare intellect and will be much missed by his many friends Well Mr Editor this is my first letter to the grand old NEWS which visits me weekly I feel proud of the stand it is taking against thi whlnky demon in old Breckenridg We have a local option town but once Iu H while some of our old topers g t a jug ol corn juice elf the train and feel rich but the mxt morning I would rather have the jug than to have them Couldnt help Mtiug a cold never cures it but tarn ing home a bottle of BALLARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP and using it BH will cure the worst kind of cough or cold Price 25 and 50 cents KIRK Dr Hilton Board has moved his office to Hardlnsburg R E Rhodes and Cliff Mattinsly Mc Daniels were here Saturday Miss Louise liteler attended the B N college at Harllln burg this spring Miss Agnes Orenehaw Balltown has been visiting her Bister Mrs ThomasI Rhodpp Knotsville who has been visiting relatives here has returned Mary Mattingly and Annie West are Attending school at Utopia at Glendeane We wish them success Charlie Ciaycrolt Big Spring who is attending the B N at Herdins burg was the guest of Frank MpGary Fnrrow has moved his family In to the cottage recently occupied by lilt Tom Ryan ltdyIoaid touch orlunr affection brought on If tfifof are to mid A bOtt1e cests only as ants Where Theres a Way Theres a Shoe IIshoeII think dont dress pair and to the above and I directed college are the best line of to be and as we are the only that can them in any one town we ask you to give them your The on are 300 and 250 175 and 200 We also can show you the best Shoe for at 125 that was evert sold in and at 150 we can beat theI at 6 i THE FAIR ONE Mens Shoes from 125up finest LowestPrices handsome DREW SELBY McQUADY RyanEddie homeMisses recentlyDock Which acknowledged goods found ANYWHERE house handle would attention prices these Shoes Ladies Cloverport whole worldattr PRICE STORE Boys conjunction kindly Oxfords PREMIUMS WITH 10 to 3500 PURCHASES GGCiHtH i nere iJr J NS i For Another i l IWIREDEALWheni iiWhenlow price on iI nHpnpinnr Wirt1 UllUlllcl iiwe 1 iipatronsf 11will hold good in this iiWe have the following varieties of ji a NORTHERN SEED POTATOES s i V AT 75 CENTS PER BUSHEL 1 York Eady Rose Burbanks iiwBeauty of Hebron and other 4r r choice varietiesIi 1 i r I COIt t 1 WORMS s WHITESCaEJfIIIilVERMIFUCE + f BaHln adtsaetw tri lFlr ZO Yobs Ma Iii 1 Wirlrt f iik fi iV 1 ViiiIj I s Olaa 7syE wxax 2WUQoCiJooZ- Tt al p =b1 JAMEa FaAtLARD8tL SubS riff toVRewS I n A 1ii t 4a t 0 fTr f tt r r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 21 1900 5ii- J Twenty Years Proof Tutts Liver Pills keep the bow 1 els in natural motIon and cleanse i the system of all impurities An I absolute cure for sick headache dyspepsia sour stomach con 7 stipation and kindred diseases Cant do without tfjein 1tp Smith Chilesburg Va writes I dont know how Icould do without theme I have had r Liver disease for over twenty t1 years Am now entirelycured I 11Tutts Liver Pills BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 21 lOtX A tatata +tata l i V itta 4 4SThe News in Brief J 4 6 444 44444 4444 Fresh cakes at Slppele Friendship hearts at Sulzere l All kinds of vegetables at Sippets t SIppel pays cash for eggs and butter i Alfred Hestpn was in the city Sunday California evaporated fruits at Sippels 1f t Pure and fresh groceries at Sulzere t Sped potatoes at Gregory Gibsons 1 Mrs Thomas Caley still remains quite 4fr 111 c Fred Fralze we at to Louisville Mon day 1 John Harrison spent Sunday In Owens 7 boro Dr Simons was in Louisville Saturday t night r The City Dads are laying tiling on the i hill Hale Dean of Oweusboro was here Monday l t J Dr Mason of Haweaville was in town MondayIi D H Severs went to Powers Station Monday HardlnsburgIdrSunday l Frank Payne went to Hardinsburg i Sanday t Geo Jolly of Jolly Sta was in town Saturdayt a11 Palm Olive Soap the best on earth at Sulzere V G Babbage of Hardinsburg was here Monday Miss Ella Robertson suent Satmday t in Louisville R 0 Willis was in Oweniboro Xednesday ffi pFralze Mattingly came up from Owens boro Sunday- S Arthur Blain of Stephensport was in r town Sunday Try one of those ten cent lunches at t the city Bakery 7 Jess Willis was in Louisville a few fJda111ast week ftc A J Katz of Louisville was in the city yesterday I Mr E H Weatherholt of Toblnll port Ind Is quite ill r Take your eggs and butter to SIppel J and got the cash 1i r n Miss Maria Watkins returned from ii Addison Sunday The finest line of writing paper can be found at Babbages H 0 Jed manager of the Fair was In Louisville yesterday OT Skillman spent Saturday and 7 Sunday in Louisville Miss Belle Bruce Boyd came up from f v Haweaville Monday W P Maple visited his parents In Jeff t J liprson county recently TI fTelegraphYir is being taken upby sever d f Jalof our young men v Minor Stephens of Lakeland Florida yV was in town Thursday J N Paxton a Patesville merchant t v was in the city Sunday The only soap for women is the Palm Olive Soap sold by Sulzer 1 I Mr J E Keith was in Cannelton Ind fS1f last week soliciting orders S Miae Nannie Collins who has been Jr quite ill1 is improvingI slowly1 1 1 V AlfredHoot Hardinsburg basac Jf 7 yeePted apositlon at tile shops ft YOU will find a good assortment ol gar 1 ry den seed at Gregory Gibsons t v Robert Ball of Hardlnsburg wa the l guest of Miss Rosa Tinins Sunday iR vJ4M Crowe is the guest of Capt f i and Mrs J H Rowland this week t Miss Marion Bo wmer lleft Saturday te y it Miss Jean Todd at Oweneboro 1 1jf 4 rM Sam Ahl ha rettirnei from a tif pJeuaat tlait to friends at Roekport Ind i 1 RK 1i00rman and dau hterMflrK rett ritured from Henderson Tiunalay f arJea BwyJfayne M Lodibur to lit the 1 ietllIUIl Mc tMrsllJ Kjxf- MM FrankBbd of Owensboro was yiaitIn reiativefl at Haweafplelaet week I i J ieipWofKIMEJ61hH I I W 4 Andrew Severe Kenneth Ferry aiill John Hlgglnls of Irvington were in town 8unda Rev Virgil Elgin of Owensboro held his quarterly meeting services here Sun day nigh1 Mrs James Clark Simm Jr whohus been visiting at Addison returned home SaturdayMaster Beavih Tucker son of Mr and Mrs Nat Tucker has a severe attack of pneumoniaMiss Hicks went to Loulsvlll last week where she will visit friends for several days Mr John P Haswll Sr of Harding burg is in the city visiting his sun Mr Frank Ilaswell Mr and Mrs Henry Wright left Mon day for Hot Springs Ark Tiny will be absent a mouth MrsJennle Lusk and sons of Oictmlit Ark are visiting her parents Mr mid Mrs John Keith Henry Hardin a representative citizen Of the neighborhood of Lodlburg was In town Monday Mr McFarland Payne of Owenshor was in the city Sunday evening the guest of Miss Eliza May J T Mosbey and family of Derby Ind have moved on the farm of L L Mitchell near Holt Mrs L E Temple a former citizen of this city but now of Yelvlngton Is the guest of Mrs J H Wills James B Fisher gave a chafing dish party Friday night in honor of Miss Jen mo Green of Falls of Rough Nat Ahl and daughter Miss Sallie who have been visiting at Toblnsport have returned to Moweaqua Ill The Lawerence Library books must be returned to Moorman Owens drugstore thfs month for distribution The Ladles Reading Club was entertained by Mrs Wm Smart last week There will be no meeting this week The prettiest selection of spring and summer shirts ever shown to the Clover port people can be seen at Sulzers Fred Fralza entertained a few friends informally Tuesday night in honor of MES Jennie Green of Falls of Rough Mrs Dr John Long of Addison is at Todds POint Shelby county with her husband who is practising medicine thereThe ladles of the Baptist Church will have a bazar the first week in April Further announcement will be made next week- Agent Ferry of the Henderson route reports an increase of business both in passenger and freight traffic over this time last yearSMiss Florence White a charming young lady of Millwood is stopping at the Gibson house the guest of her bro the William White Hugh and Lucien Arnold who were sentenced to the penitentiary for twenty one years for the killing of Luthe Robinson at Powers last summer have been given a new trial Mr and Mrs D M Duncan and son of Brandenburg arrived Sunday to be tho guests of Mr and Mrs H V Duncan Mr Duncan returne1 home Monday but Mrs Duncan will remain several d- aysNatuie Help I Babies and children needtt I proper food rarely ever I I 1 f 1fI 1 I 1ii Ii j i machinery working properly It I COD LIVER OIL II- II I twTIIYPOPIOSPTESOFLIMESODjiii I I cifficuity 11- t 1- IfI f you will put from one j fourth to half a teaspoonful t in babys bottle three or four I1 times a day you will soon see II- II a marked improvement For I IaI j age IIii you so desire will very III I- jfjI IfI fJJj- eje f1 j thejl J sion It will show an effect j 4at once both upon inqther I an4 child I h J Ju JtroiliaSru 1iti P 1 scOaaoWNcbflw- YotkIUiint i 7 m i iTWO SENATORS TESTIMONY Tell What They Know of Catarrh and Peruna I RON EDWARD DWYER I Senator 17th District Chicago Ill j jRon Edward Dwyer Stato Senator- Bovonteoath Senatorial District Chicago Ill writes II Poruna cures when all other remedies t M I can heartily recommend Poruna as a catarrh rem edy It has boon two years since I was cured and I consider my euro perma nent I took the remedy for two months and am now entirely cured I applied to Eovoral doctors but they wcro not ablo to cure me I tried many remedies without avail My catarrh was located chiefly In II tho head I was afflicted with catarrh for seven years J Pernna cures catarrh wherever lo cated Who la It that says Poruna will euro catarrh wherever located T Doctors II uyIt lawyers say It preachers say It a I teat army of mon and women say it who Lava tried it Tho old and tho young say It They say it in tho oast in tho Wet they ray it In the north and the south Mrs and Mrs A E Adams have re turned from Dfllns Ttxag and Owens boroMrs N Gitrney and daughter Margret of Hltes Run were In town Tuesday The Ladles Aid and Missionary ROC tips of the Baptist church met with Mrs F N DHuy Monday afternoon Mre Captain John Adams of Loris port is very ill of consumption at the home of Mrs Nelson Jolly at Jolly Sta ties Miea Jessie Ruynnlde who has been I the guest of Miss Mamie DoHaven re turned to her home at Fordsvllle last weekJesse Willis who has been the head salesman in the dry goods department of the firm of Hreton Willis Co has resign ed his position- Charles May Jr left Wednesday night to accept a position Shreveport La with the Kaneaa City Pittsburg Gulf City Railway Co Mrs J G Stephens of Addison went to Louisville Monday She was accompan ied by her son who will return to his home in Florida in a few days Mrs A B Skillman MrsW H Bow mar and Miss Elizabeth Bowmer spent Friday at Addison with Mrs James G Stephens and Mrs Vim Minor Mrs Alex lloyd who has been in Louis ville at the St Joseph Infirmary under the treatment of Dr Wathen returned home Monday much improved- J G Brashear superintendent of brid pea on the Henderson route was here Monday Mr Brashear said Every thing is in excellent con iltion on the roadMiss Browning of Sebree was regis tered at the Mitchell hotel Sunday en route to Patesville where she is to take charge of the millinery department of J N Paxton Co Mr Sam Conrad has been exceedingly successful with a chicken incubator The incubator requires a letting of fifty eggs and from this number nine were hatched He sayeIIIf I had more time to devote to the machine lam confident I could run the whole setting out SIMPLICITY IN STYLE The art of simplicity in style depends upon the ability to grasp essentials and it is the acquirement of this ability that probably dooms many to years of struggle An astute old minister being asked to make a fiveminute speech smiled and replied If you want me to talk five minutes I will want an hour to study but if you ask me to talk an hour I can do so on a moments notlceFrom the Self Culture Magazine for March That little II oy seems as busy as a bee Yes he has hives- Pncklng For Moving If you will only pack things In small boxes says the woman who knows how to move you will have the men who move you In a compara tively beatific state of mind books for Instance It Is strange but every woman who has books to move Immediately gets the biggest box she can find for them Books are heavy any way and big boxes are liable to break with their weight and It Is almost Im possible to move them They will fit just as well Into small square boxes In which packages of starch or oat meal have come and they will pack into tho moving van better and the men can handle great numbers of them with little trouble New York Times Lyons Laxative Syrup- Natures Curs for Constipation DOBS NOT GRTPB Ifyou do not like it better than any laxative you have ever used your druggist will refund the money Good for children as well of grown people Hon Porter Johnson who has served four years as Stato Senator frqmtKo Fourth District in the city of Chicago 111 and who also Is the first Democratic Senator ever elected from that district writes i I can heartily recommend Pe runa as a catarrh cure It cures when all other remedies fall I applied to several doctors but they wore not abli to cure me liON PORTER JOHNSON Senator 4th DistrIct City of Chicago WJ Itook the remedy for fifteen weeks and am now entirely cured It has been a year and a half since I was cured and I consider my euro durable I WILl afflicted with the catarrh tot Live years My catarrh was chlcily located In the somachSSend to Tho Poruna Modimo ix3i pany Columbus 0 for Dr Uartmana latest free book on chronla catarrh la cripoo etc GUSTON Miss Ermine Munford is very sick with pneumonia- W A Baskett took a car load of stock to Louisville last Friday Felix Loeb of Vine Grove IB visiting his daughter Mrs Sg Loeb Miss Mattiu Baahain of near Branden burg visited Miss Helen Pollock last weekMiss Mattie Tilfonl btgios the soring I1IIs8 rchool at this place this morn big Monday George Smith who has a position at the 7th street depot Louisville is at home on the sick list Little Lewis Herudon non off J M Herndotj is quite nick with pneumonia at his home near Saudy Hill Mr Sam Carden below Irvington and Messrs Annul Carden und Horace han of Ohio county visited Mr R J Patterson Saturday and Sunday Clover seed that was sowed early enough to sprout didnt do any too well during the zero weather we had last week Some farmers will resow on that account- Esquire R A Crnycroft and attorneys J D Hardin and Thos J Hamilton were in Guston last Saturday attending law suits that were tried in Mr Cray crofts court The lion W A Stith returned from Frankfort last Thursday He is in bet ter health and stronger than I ever saw him The experience that he has had at our State Capital will count Immensely in the political make up of this young politicianBen received a letter from his son Frank who is fighting in tho Philippines stating that his health is better than it has been for many years Frank was in very delicate health while here on a visit about ten months ago and was scarcely able to go back to his regimentJim who cut his foot so severe ly sometime since with an ax is not getting along well There seems to be a pi ce of bone that Is giving a great deal of trouble Mr John Cox who hap pened to the same accident is getting along nicely Dr Baxter is attending both cases e EXCELLENCE o will be the pleasing point of o- urMliiinery OpeningMonday 2 1900 Great care has been taken in the selection of one of the prettiest and largest stocks o- fFashionable Millinery ever shown in- Stephensport Entire new stock with LOW PRIGSAh invitation It xttndd to All Mrs Ella Watlingion SJlll P9I1 z ot TO ENTERTAIN THE ASSOCIATION Themembers of the Corinth Baptist torlbuild a new fence and put things in good order for the Goshen Baptist Association which will meet there September next The Association will be handsomely en tertained by the church and neighbor hood Dissolution of Copartnership The firm of Heston Willis Co has this day March 13th 1000 been Ills solved by mutual consent R 0 Willis retiring from the firm All debts of the firm are assumed by the remaining partners and all notes and accounts due the the firm are made payable to them H A Oelze and Jno A Heston will continue the business at the same place under the firm name of Oelze l Heston R O WILLIS H A OKLZE J A IIbaTo r 1 WANTSwfc v m Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion WANTEDFARH 1UXDS wr Good lam hand Will or rent lands on the fthnres Teams and tools Good land Apply to HOOK MIL LEU V CO llarduuburc Ky- VATEDLOCAL AUENTS wr ANTED furnished ANTED Local ugrnts ladles and gentle permaIIA lylnronfordsvillr branch of the L III St U R II be tween Jollys Station and Glendeane For further Information call on or address JAS S IIAKNUS llardlnsburtr Ky FOR SALECATTLE IFOK SALE head of fit cattle rood grade Average lico pounds IIKN 1dlN lEXTEIt Lewlipori Ky- WASTED TO HIKE EvB ANTED Some good man with small unify GREENIOK Tolled Durham Hull WilliIlIan very superior animal Alsn tome nice Young hulls fur ialeL GRKKN Kails of Rough Ky BTKAWUEURV PLANTS IFOil SALE Strawberry Plants New Seedling just out 1rte Silver and Wlnchel No 3 Write lor price lInt Ridge Plant Farm GEO W W1NCHKL Tobiniport Intl LEGAL fLANKS IF I Oil SALK Illank Deeds and and All Forms of Leeal Blanks UIDGENKWS OFFICE TUITION IF SALROne Proprietor DUHCITKNT Oil SALE Certihcate in Hrvant 3i Stratton Uuilncn College Louisville Kv Apply to IIIIECKHNHIDGK NEWS OFFICE I NOTICE IALL PERSONS having claims agalnit the en- tate of JOHN SLATON deceased are here by notified to produce them before me properly proven at Rosetta Ky MRS JENNIE SLATONAdministratrix NOTICE TO CREDITORS IA Thirtytwo Mortiraees LL PERSONS having claim agaInst the es tate of 111ACI1EL CLEMMONb deceased lire hereby notifted tO produce them tere me nt my office In Hardlnsburg Kv properly proven on or before the first day of flonVAdministrator NOTICE TO CHEDITOBS IALL PEIISONS havitie claims against tin n of JOEL Ci4VtCOMIIdeceaaed lire hereby notified tn produce them before me at my office In Hardlnsburr Ky properly proven on or before the day of May 1900V BABIIAGE Admlnlaira- totNOTICESTRAY e hire lint AKEN UP as aitray by lien Dates living near Clover Creek Church on Owonlboro road IIt llreckenndge county on the isth of February 1900 one sorrel mare aged about six years hav leg small white spot In forehead and fifteen hand high but havIng no other mark or brand whlcl I appraised at the value of 0160 Withes IyoeCA copy Attest I OWEN CUNNINGHAM Clerk II C C By CLINT P HOOK D C Kirks New Store New Goods i At prices that will surprise your purse S Everything I- nStaple and Fancy Groceries 8 8 FURROW KirkKy siS4S A mere suggestion often l l aids a purchaser ll- ll The suggestion of your visit to ourII I store is extended that you mayII I examine our immense line ofII l l Laces and- Embroideries The most varied stock ever shown I in CloverportSl I Some of the prettiest finest and nobbiest displays in AllOver Lace Tuckings etc To appreciate the stock it must be seen l I IAsk to see the i ll II HANDKERCHIEF LINEN H SULZERSPHONE 5 RiNG 2 fiet Ready for Spring 1 I unless with right S Back Bands Plow Lines Bridles and Saddles SCome in let fit up for Spring work And for Spring cleaning we keep Paintsand Ready Mixed Paints Roofing Floor Paint We are showing a complete of + HARDWARE in all of its branches NCAOHINESI you over used one of our Automatic Sewing MndiIne I They are the housewifes delight Make a visit our Stole see one of operate Then youll want one a McGlOTHLAlT S PIGGOTT IRVINGTON KEN1UCKY Teaching School atPellville Miss Jennie Pattereon has changed her address from Chambers to Pellville where she Is teaching a spring school She has a good school an enrollment 0- 1Ithlrtv pupils and is meeting with the success she so well deserves KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat artificially digests the food and aids Nature strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive organs ltls the latcstdlscovcrcd digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach efficiency itantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nauscllt 81okHeadacheGastr8lglaCramps nnd oU other results Imperfect digestion PrIce 6Oc and It lArge stzeiOntSiflit4 times mal1 iU9BookaU nboutdwcpiU nmlM tree Prepared E C DtWITT 1 CO Chicago for ulv by A 1P1ahr Gloverport horse like a man He cant do goodwork ho has something do it Har ness him right and hell pull right and plow We keep Harness Collars Hames Trace Chains S and us you Oils and line Have to and them IIt In It In It In of by A is to Administrators Notice ALL PERSONS indebted to the estate V U Burton deceased or those persons having claims against thn estate will make such clalam known to me I will be at Hanlinrbnri on Saturdays in March and April You wlj please call and settle such dnlrna and iIe ebtednees at one ro that I can cettlle dhe business as fast as possible ROSCOE LASLIE Arlminit- ralorWAMAwfoIIV VVI I EGGSI will1 sell eggs from the fol thoroughbred PlymouthRockss LanghansMyfine FOOT1EzBox iV Blank bo koi ill khditt Babbigea rt 6 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 21 1900 1 Y W i f f t i I f oS i ttw BRECKENRIDGE NEWS T HUB Wade It Xllct Starch It Is true that la Ireland with the spend of general knoxvUdge milll Im proved medical old cures and super Btltlons are on the wane but still the nitstbress bottle Is much preferred to the doctors and the advice of ia lucky woman Is of much higher val ue than that of nn M D Apart from the medical knowledge required It 1Is no light matter to undertake to proscribe for ones neighbors as the fol lowing will show If Its plazln to yr honor Im come to ax for a bottle said an old woman I was tuk that bad last night I thought the life ud lave me After duo Inquiry luto her symptoms she was given a packet of rrrowroot with minute directions how to prepare It As she scarcely seemed to take them In a happy thought struck the lady You know how to make starch dont you she asked Yes said the old woman Theo make It Just like that said her friend and add a little sugar to ItThe old xvomnn departed to return next day with the Information that she was like to die after ntln what Miss Norah gave her and with nil due respect to her she couldnt pt It all down It wlut so nglnst her She was requested to brtnz what re mained for Inspection which revealed that the directions ns to March had been literally carried out She hall put blue In It Coruhlll Magazine The Parent of 1ontnlneMrnn We spent the tight lu IItarblzon paid a goodly bill and set off In the company of our English friends for the town of Fontnlnobtirau lying at the center of CO square miles of forest writes a girl from Iaris to The Ladles Home Journal It Is never wild never mysterious this forest that thousands of artists have loved to paint but It Is calm and grand and never tedious For right hours we wandered over plains covered with towering oaks among rocky gorges out of which slen der graceful beeches rise and through miles of fragrant giant pines And everywhere are feathery ferns and purple heather There Is not the slightest chance of losing ones way Every square Inch of the forest has been mapped out and at the Intersection of every two ave nues a red hand points to the town and a blue hand Indicates the direction of one of the sights And Fon talncbJpu We saw only the palace a bewildering mazo of magnificent rooms Everywhere there was rich ness everywhere xvouderful frescoes wonderful stairways wonderful tapes try wonderful Inlaid furniture The grandeur Is oppressive and we were glad to get out Into the park to wan der about In the different courts A Practical Joke An Irishman took n contract to dig a public well When he hind dug about 25 feet down he came one morning and found It caved In filled nearly to tine top Pai looks+ l cautiously round and saw that no out was near then took off his hat and coat and bung them on the windlass crawled Into some bushes nUll welted events In a short time the citizens discovered that the well had caved In and seeing Pats hat and coat on the windlass they supposed he was nt the bottom of the excavation Only a few hours of brisk digging cleared the loose earth frpju the well Just as the onger citizens bad reached the bottom and Were wondering where the body was Pat came walking out of the bushes and good uaturedly thanked JobSome gusted but the Joke xvas too good to heartylaughfollowedLondonAnswers Be Fooled the Surgeons All doctors told Iteulck Hamilton of West Jefferson 0after suffering 18 months from Rectal Fistula he would die unless a costly operation was per formed but he cured himself with five boxes Bucklens Arnica Salve the surest Tile cure on Earth and the best Salve in the world 2o cents A box Sold by I Short dt Havnt DrnvKlsta I GOOD IlEUnitfO MAKES GOOD HOYS We wish wo could Impress the many fathers and mothers on the farms who will read these notes with the Impor tance of providing plenty of good clean healthful Instructive reading matter for their toys and girls There are so ninny bad hooks and papers so many which It not bad are worthless giving false Ideas of life and living tlioflj shoddy literary trash and tic 4 lea that this sort should bo watched and Ikept out pf the farm home Good literature Is so very abundant and cheap literature which will help the boys anti girls to grow up Into not on ly bright but good urea and women that It becomes 11 duty of the very first Importance for country fathers and mothers to see that the bad books and papers are kept out of the home and the good books and papers sup plied If xve wanted to make a bad boy In the easiest possible way we would furnish him bad books to rend For all pulmonary troubles BAL LABS 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 develops men of consumption Price 25 and 60 cents A Lonir Watt Thomas Nelson Page entrance into literature was discouraging He sent tho short story called Marse Chan to The Century It was accepted Then Page waited Just Vralted Six years later tho tale was printed It mode a hit and after that things came easily Now York World The Eablmoa LITer I Docs every ono know In what notable physical particulars the Eskimos who live In the far north differ from us tern purato zone people It xvlll be romem EskbiI zono with ono of Lieutenant Pearys homing parties Most of them died presently of pneumonia to the distress and somewhat to the Indignation of the public Of several of them care ful autopsies wero made and not aI little to tIm excitement of our medical world It was discovered that the Eslil mo Intestine was about tour feet short sI er than ours is and that bis liver was not shaped like what we have been used to call n human liver but was more like that of a dog The Eskimo apparently Is so constructed that he can live and thrive under such condi tions and on such a diet as ho can com mand nt home Harpers Weekly 1 That Con SeattleI In these days when HO many excuses are used to obtain entrance to dwelling houses and burglars carry off everything possible It Is fin well to bo care ful Therefore when a servant recently Informed her mistress that a strange man had called and said that be had come to measure for a coal scuttle tho mistress was naturally I bowI j and then It appeared that he had come i to put In an electric wire and lox forl messenger service What ho really meant to tell tho servant In the first place was that he had come to measure for the call box He had apparently broadened It Into coal box and the servant hind repeated It as coal scu- ttleNew York Mall and Express 08 Minute Cough tfuru is tho best remedy I over used for coughs and colds It is unequalled for whooping cough Children all like it1 writes H N Will ianis Gontryvllle Ind Never falls It In tint only harmless remedy that gives immediate results Cures coughs colds hoatsamra croup pneumonia bronchi tis madnil throat and lung troubles Its I RIi Fishnr j TIIIIEE DIUXK9 OF WHISKY A DAY iI We have seen three drinks of whisky a day get In their work on ns good n quarter section farm as there was In I I torImen would not work for him then he got to running to town playing pool and poker and coming homo drunk at night his crops and stock were neglected and then he ran behind and put a mortgage on tho farm more drinking and poker playing poorer crops a tall from his wagon one night as be came home drunk a big doctors bill n sec and mortgage defaulted Interest wife died broken hearted daughter ran of- twithnpeddhrson sent to reform school as an Incorrigible chattel mortgage sale of his llvo stock foreclosure on his farm delirium tremens six months a county charge and then a paupers burial Farm gone homo gone family gone man gono to tho devil and three drinks of whisky n day for a starter did It IS Lingering La Grippe Cough G Vacher 157 bgood St Chicago Q1TSlI My wife had a very severe case f la grippe and it left her with a very gad cough She tried a bottle of Foleys Hon and Tar and it gave immediate relief A 50 cent bottle cured her cough iintlrely Price 25c and 50c Moorman Owen Clilncao Fond of Snnerkrnnf With the advent of so many Chinese restaurants In different parts of the city It Is confidently declared that chop suey and other well known Chinese delicacies aro consumed more by Americans than by Chinamen A liar loin Chinaman who had been down to Mott street for a social time was on n Third avenue L ear and got Into conversation with a neighbor I suppose you like chop suey oh John asked tbo casual acquaintance No was tho others answer with a positive shako of the head Me no llkce chop suey Mo eat spareribs and sauerkrautAnd further conversation It was revealed that this Chinaman like many or his fellow countrymen In New York who had like himself been here 14 years or so hardly tasted traditional Chinese dishes One of the first dine dons In which n Chinaman becomes Americanized Is In his liking for Amer lean food cooked In the American way New York Letter In Plttshurs Dls patch Dr Bulls Cough Syrup never dlsap- init those who uu It for obstinate coughs cold and Irritation ol the throat and lungs It stands unrivaled u a remedy for throat and lung diseases Sold by all druggists at 2s cents Concise ana Explicit Many stories mostly fabrications have been told about long diffuse tele graphic messages sent by women ns If the feminine mind were Incapable of expressing Itself concisely How false and slanderous such an Impression Is Is well shown by nn In cident reported by a contemporary A gentleman went to Paris on business As ho went away ho said something to his wife about buying her a new dress Just before starting homeward be tale graphed to his wife Which shall I bring you a diamond ring or a silk dressThe I reply was concise and explicit one word Both Going Down Hill People Buffering from kidney dIseases feel a gradual but steady loss of vitality They should lose no time In trying Fo leys Kidney Cure It is guaranteed Moorman Owen T THE HEROIC ARTILLERYMEN OP GUN NO 5 This gun No G Fourteenth field battery was captured with ten others at Colcnso and is now In Pretoria Every British artilleryman serving tho gun was either killedI or wounded Man after man was shot down till but two remained They fired a few minutes and then both toll Lord Roberta son who tried to rcecuo the gun was killed Thayer and Brian When William Jennings Bryan first went to Nebraska he was hired to take the stump against Thayor who was running for governor and said some hard things against the candidate Thayer was elected Bryan Is quoted as saying In the Chicago TimesHer aid After ho took the governors chair ho was called to bo toastmaster at a banquet at which I was set down for a speech 1 did not care to go to that banquet I did not wish to moot the governor I remembered all that I bad said of bin and I felt cheap But I went and sat there through the early proceedings qulto uncomfortable Finally It camo time for the govern or to call upon me Ho rose from his scat with programme before him and slowly said llr Bryan Bryan Then ho slowly turned his eyes upon mo and addressed me Do you speak or slngT That Is all I over beard from Gov ornor Thayer as to what be thought of my campaign speeches against him Great opportunity offered to good re liable mOl Salary of 15 per week and expenses for man with rig to Introduce our Poultry Mixture and Insect Destroy or in tho country Fend stamp Amen ran Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind Among the ronltry Good morning How do you do this morning said the duck meeting tho lien Nono of your business replied tho hen You are no doctor Quack squawked tho duck angrl ly Thats what I said cackled the henDetrolt Free Press EI m kf1t tiIi 2 rrml 1 r Public Sale I II- j = i I ATe j I Rites RunI ij 1 WEDNESDAY MARCH 28TH I a I ONC 9ZVr Ea I I Household and Kitchen Furniture Horses Mules CattleI ImplementsTERMS I IITERMS I 1iI Mrs N Oarney I 1 11f 7 Uj 11f i riI u 1 A I j4o i Ni ii le 1 I ZIGLEXDE FARM j iBENiI i NUR to FEEJI H17TTCED I IIHewas sired by Royal Denmark dam Shelby Girl lay Shelby Chief he by Alexanders Abdalla he by W I M Rhysdicks Hambletonian 2d dam Hintons Eclipse by American Eclipse This wellknown Stallion will make the season of 1900 at my stable and at L ii Cashmans for the low price of 500 to insure a living colt At Cashmans Mill every I FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OF EACH WEEK MARES PASTURED FREE WHILE BREEDING IIAMOUNT OF SEASON FOE BEST COLT at Owners Risk Money Due when Mare Traded Oft IIlccldents A FEW SAY ABOUT BEN HUR Bland the best horse trainer south of the Ohio says He is the best natured sad iiJoe rode SteVe Mills The best stallion in the country JEKing Best horse I ever saw Black i6 hapds high good length i large bone and feet Seeing iis believing Inspect Ben Hur before breeding elsewhere I Ee FRANK CARTER Irvington Ky e Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble IKidney trouble preys upon the mind dls ccurapes and lessens ambition beauty vigor hy one a and cheerfulneSSs on disappear when neys are out of or diseasedKidney trouble become so prevalent that It Is not uncommon for a to be born afflicted with k kidneys If wed urin too If urine scalds the flesh or If when the aches an when It should be able to control passage Ills yet afflicted with Hiwelting depend upon It the cause of h difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first slap should be towards the treatment of those Important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a as most people suppose Women as well as are made erable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the immediate effect of SiviiniDRoot Is realized It Is sold druggists In fifty cent and dollar sizes You may have ample bottle by mall free also pamphlet tell the kid order has child the ates often the child age the habit men mis soon home of SwawpJIoot Ing all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer fc Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Newsand OpinionsOF National Importance THE SUN ALONE CONTAINS BOTH N Dally by mall 600 a year Dally and Sunday by mall 800 a year r The Sunday Sun Is tho greatest Sunday Newspaper in tho world Price 60 a copy By mail 2 a year Address THE SUN New York w A WALicaa n COARD WALKER BOAR- DDENTISTS HARDINSBURO KENTUCKY At Irvington TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY after Third SundayI IEXPERIENCE I TRADE MAMaII Anyone sending a sketch and descrlptlon may quickly ascertain our opinion free w ether so mention iiDrobnblrtwiontabie CommuniCA- tions DandbOOk on IalenlaItrtctlJoonadentraLsent 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Jf7drl1ee1ewChnrrsBewonableIIWoJOOODorcrapo ItenmontalletterpIl KOBW Coamltotton free and confidential penoqtdly or by tetter Writ ne today SurgicalUYewessadfstof RAIN K l i + OFriARDINSJ3tTRG B F BEARD PrellldcnttWILL MILliE Vice Lrnaldent M H BEARD Cashier G W BEARD MORRIS ESKRIDGE E M JOLLY jl rDIRE miBs 11 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS t K IXI S S s WI r Best Goodsi I 1FOR1 r 1 BEST BUYERS 14 w t IBuyersIi I town itnhantweir will have itheysatisfaction of pleased by i an order to I MISS ADDlE G DITTO r j i 1910 BROOK ST T I r1 Louisville Ky J i ltpC 7 1 Office in Rear of Moorman A Owen Drug Store I IDr J L Dentist MOORMAN J Guarantees satisfaction in till kinds of Dental work jt- CLOVERPOW i r KV f 1 Shorthand Penmanship Etc taught BIT MAIIsFull courses 25 cash or you can pay iJ Jillooluy li the author of the UADIMO system bookkeeping which Is used in THOUSANDS of public and pateT j schools Including the public schools ol New Yak ISborlhandla iYou am vadolle Inyour srAaTIHIbitever ailittle Graduate anlttM U positions SeALATu TO THOia WHO SEND FOR CAHALOGUI1 AT OM- CBSC1JWARTZ JtSCHOOL ajsaW stJefer onSt LouUvllle K I The JH AiLl lportl Friday of every month withCasper May Co- CANNBLTON IND i AT THE RATE OF 14 t ti CENTS rr- r A WEEK f For the OLD 5T and BB3T AP- TEHN01 Newspaper In the South The Louisville u rrEveningPost tdallComlcte JAll the Abstracts of the OplalneS fiWuhlnl1enEVERYTHING THAT A DAILY NEWSPAPER SHOULD CONTAIN i iyBYftIIeCPOlt 1y t The Rates Arets1Os tr Three Meathtv ISO fer Six flo thslII 8200 for One Year f ju cerafor aee SIMS c ScndpaNlandforuetpleeplatI I t4I I rTvTHfiBR CKNRIDQ NEWS r WEDNESDAY MARCH 21 1000t n 1 t i Rt I prr ILl 1 tI 1r + 1y Ljj ii I l o- j t iiii- v t l j i 1 i1fi0 f v It e- Yr1Ni oJ j 1 11 J a- ff d rl 1ij j 1tf- tt 1f f BRECKENRIDGE NEWS rIN AR fW MANILArf r k A Youth From UnionStar Writes of Life and Conditions in The Philippine islands- MOSQUITOES L WORSE J THAN HEAT OALOOCAK P I1000 Dun In ED tTowWe are now situated at Oaloocan 1 which place is about four miles distant t from Manila to which city we can get a a pass most any time we wish This is headquarters for the 3rd but at present there are only two companies of tho regiment here Only part of our company Is here forwe have one bridge to guard which requires 10 privates and 2 non commissioned officers besides 60 train guards all of whom are relieved ol duty every twentieth day Our barracks are very good They ere made of bamboo and the roof is of a heavy seaweed the proper name for which is Nips We have changed quarters frequently but have witnessed little fighting but we have had our share of fatigue and guard duty We have been in the fol T llovv bg towns Malabdn Qulogua Me cu yan Polo and are now at Caloocan At present everything on tho north line is in a calm state but the south line is doing a little fighting Captain Mc Rae commander of the second battalion of the 3rd bad a small encounter about the 17th of this mouth and came out victorious He captured about 130 gone and several thousand rounds of ammu nition Four of the enemy were killed and soyeral morn woundedI Now a little about the natives They area cunning and a learned race They baye no equals in the construction of breast works and are exceedingly treach evens The city of Manila has improved greatly since the arrival of the Americans The prices of all products are exceeding ly high Chewing tobacco Is SOcta per pound very small apples are Sets apiece and lemons are the same The climate here ia very warm but we do not mind that as much aa wo do the mosquitoes which are indeed dreadfu- lI am afraid that my letter Is going to be entirely too long so I will close and write again some time Wishing you and your paper the best of success I am Your Respectfully JOAN D GABDNEB Co D 3rd ml- Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There Is only one way to cure Deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Drainers is caused by an inflamed condi tion of the raucous lining of the Eusta chlan Tube When this tube gets in flamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperlecti nearing and when it ia entire ly closed Deafness is the result and un less the inflammation can bo taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition 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 FJ OHENEY Co Toledo 0 MrSold by Druggists 75c Hall Famfly Pills are the best GARRETT jnohave our telephone line finished I IromGarretttoTipTop Mlle Ola Brown spent Saturday night with Dick Brown and family Misses Eva Buckler and Dora Funk V went Garnettaville Saturday k Mrs J T Collins and Children are the guests of her parents tide week Jim Tindall and sisters and Josle Le grand spent Sunday with Eva Buckler A L Wllhite and wife wore the guests of W B Mattingly one night last week RobertLucklor who has been here lor some time will return to Illinois in a few days Mrs W B Mattingly went to Brand eabarg last week to spend a few days with friends Mir Chew Ritchie and wife Lee Ha geraad wife Mrs J W Tuell and fami 1yJE Coghill and Ed Sipes Fred Vmuhe and Will Wright were the shirts of W W Mills and family Sun 4stay WltaiaYiiir Face Worth IhittMaaM a fortune but never if you- rasiI1ewi eomPledoa a jjaundiced- pMebes and blotches on the ifffjHBlLlTWTTonble Bat Dr JQtati New Life Pill tH Clear Skin OnlystJ OUR NEW WARSHIPS Condition of Work on the 51 Vessels Now Under Construction WASHINGTON March 14The monthly report of Rear Admiral Philip Ilichborn Chief Constructer of the Navy Ion the con dition of work on naval vessels under con struction sljows that on March 1 the yes sels being built for the navy uumbered 61 8 battleships 7 sheathed protected crulstra 4 monitors 16 torpedoboat de stoyera 15 torpedo boatnandl submarine torpedo boat Of the battleahios the Kearsage whichwas placed in commission on Feb 20 still lacks 1 per cent of com pletlon the Kentucky feDS per cent completed and the Alabama In 03per cent completed The work donoon the other battleships on March 1 was 88 per cent on the Wisconsin 75 percent on the Illinois 22 per coot on the Maine 15 per cent on tbe Ohio and 1 pur cent on the Missouri The ohuatbed protected cruiser Albany now in commission lacks 1 percent of completion and work has not begun on tbe six sheathed protected cru- Isers of the Denver class Tho nionitor Wyoming has had 43 per cent of work done on her and the other three mon itors range from 41 to 10 percentof work done The Lawrence heads the list of tor pedo boat destroyer with 85 per cant ot work done and the Goldaborougb the tor pedo boat nearest completion is credited with 08 per cent Np progress has teen made on tho submarine torpedo boat which remains at 85 per centol work done FREE BLOOD CURE An Offer Proving Faith to Sufferers Ulcers Cancers Eating Sores Painful Swelling Effects of Blood Poison Per slstent Eruptions that refuse to heal un der ordinary treatment are quickly cured by B B B Botanic Blood Balm the most wonderful Blood Purifier of the age made eepccally to cure all terrible obsti nate deep seated Blood and Skin troubles Is your Blood thin Are you pale 1 All run down 1 Have you Eczema Pimples 1 Blotches and Dumps Skin or Scalp Humors Boils Eruptions Skin Itches and Swollen Aching Bones Rheumatism 7 Scrofula Catarrh Then you need B B B Botanic Blood Balm because it drains from the Blood ante en tire system all the poisons and humors which cause all these troubles and the cause being removed a permanent cure follows D B B thoroughly tested for thirty year and thousands cured after doctors and patent medicine had failed For sale by druggists at 1 per largo bottle or 0 large bottles full treatment 5To prove our faith in B B B wo will send a trial bottle free and prepaid to sufferers so they may test the remedy at our expense Address BLOOD BALM CO 316 Mitchell Street Atlanta Ga To Facilitate the Handling of Mall An experiment designed to facilitate the handling of mall has been undertaken by Postmaster Hicks of Philadelphia with the cooperation of the business men of that city He has asked those in the central part of the city having large quantities of mail matter to meet mail wagons at certain street corners shortly afternoon in order to relieve the postmen and clerks of press of work in the early evening These wagons will always follow the same advertised routes and an endeavor will be made to have them pass street intersections on schedule time so that messengers from business houses may be sure of depositing mall In them without loss of time These collections will not tap boxes but on each trip will receive mail given to them at the corner of the streets The service began on Mar 1 and will be continued so long as it is Justified by the willingness of business men to avail themselves of the advantages presented N Y Poet 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 drugstore 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 retun He also bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy which he hoped would give some relief until the doctor should arrive In a few hours he returned say ing the doctor need not come as the child was much better The druggist Mr Otto Scholr says the family has since recommended Chamberlains Cough Remedy to their neighbors and friends until he has had a constant demand for it from that part of the coun try For sale by A R Fisher Glover port R A Shellman Stephensport Wool Company A company has been organized at Leltchfield for a clothing and woolen mill The Incorporators of the company are all Grayson county people with plen ty of capital to back them Work will be commenced on the building about April Oth and it la to be very handsome brick structure The factory will start out with about 100 hands employed Miss Annie E Gunning Tyre Mich says I suffered a long time with dy spepsia lost flesh and became very weak Eodol Dyspepsia Cure complete 1ly cured me It dlgestsjwhat you eat and cures all forms of stomach troubles It ever fails to give immediate relief In the worse racesAr Fisher I FOUND A GOLD MINE It Was in His Poultry Yard Man In Iowa Uses a Compound That Makes His Hens Lay Double the Usual Num ber Summer and Winter Secret ofHIsSucoess People in the neighborhood of Creator Iowa are amazed at the number of eggs that title man drives to market with When naked what was the cause of his hens being so prolific he stated it was all in a certain compound he was usiny that kept his hens in goof condition and furnished them with the proper stimu Ins to egg production American Poultry Mixture is the name of it and Is made by American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind Every man in the poultry business is interested in the health iff his hens and their laying capacity In the eggs lie his profit This mixture is guaranteed to increase the production of eggs 100 per cent or money refunded It will do more than thrto times as much as the same amount of any other compound It is concentrated in form and the result cf years of practicalex perlenco in the poultry business There is absolutely no doubt as to what it will do and you are invlttd to try it at the expense of the company Send 100 for a sample package and if it doesnt do the work you get your money back This is fair and is made to induce practi cal poultrymen to give it a trial It is also a sure preventive of such diseases as the terrible cholera and roup which create such havoo In all parts of the country It acts directly on the craw nod gizzard nod Is a thoroughly scion ii fic preparation The manufacturers guarantee every package or refund the purchase money If your druggist dont sell American Poultry Mixture hes behind the age In that case order direct from American Manufacturing Co Terre Haute Ind How to Improve the Dairy Trade The more general preparation of email family packages of batter and cheese aud their use In the tetail Ire de is much to be desired A beginning has been made in this direction but much more is need ed For butter a rectangular block or brick shaped box or other package will be an improvement upon the round tub and box in several ways Still greater opportunities exist for increasing the va rieties and styles of cheese placed upon the market Proper effort will produco as great a variety of cheese in this country as is to be found in Europe enough has al ready been done to show the possibilities in this line The tendency of such va riety will bo to increase the use of cheese as food aud this is an object of real im portance to the whole dairy int rest of the country The regulation kind of American factory cheese usually called cheddar formerly weighing from 40 to CO lbs per cheese is now made in small sizes to some extent but not near enough The dairy division of the UB dept of agri has published a good deal on this subject of cheese and the variety in kind and form which is possible and desirable in this country and these pamphlets can be obtained by application to the department at Washington DO 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 Boechees German Syrup free of charge Only one bottle given to one person and none to child ren without order from parents No throat or lung remedy ever had such a sale as Boscheea German Syrup in all parts of the civilized world Twenty years ago millions of bottles were given away and your druggist will tell vou Its success was marvelous It is really the only Throat and Lung Remedy generally endorsed by physicians One 75 cent bottle will cure or prove its value Sold by dealers in all civilized countries WHAT A KOPJE IS No one who has not seen a kopja says a South African in the New York Tribune can easily realize it It is not a hill so much u the stump ofa hillwhat is left of it after ages of denudation but the spec cal feature of it is that it is almost inva viably covered with a breastworkof bowlders Tropical torrents have wash ed away the earth and all the soluble components of the rock and what is left consists of heaps and lines of detached masses of sandstone ironstone or gran- Ite August Flower- It is a surprising factsays Prof Honton that in my travels in all parts of the world 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 salesmen 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 IndlKetlonFiihtVi Bold by dealers in all civilised conn Boater and flame They used to tell a good story about Boutollo In connection with the cam palgn of 18S4 lie Idolized Blame and for years there was bad blood between him and Reed because Rood acted as though he thought himself as great as or greater than the plumed knight The story ls that Doutelle accompa nled Blame on his western tour In 1884 When the special pulled out of New York Boutclto rushed over to Blames seat his face white with an ger and his voice vibrant with passion Holding In his trembling hands a copy of the New York Tribune he pointed to an article and exclaimed Was there ever such fatuous blundering as thatFor half nu hour he commented on the article to the half score persons who had gathered round The Tribune was ninlnoH chief organ as Ivory one knew but the fiery Yankee of French extraction continued to pour hot shot Into It Finally Ulalno said Charley do you know who wrote that and pro cured Its Insertion In Tho Tribune No was the answer but I take It that It was Whitelaw Reid or some other Infernal fool You are wrong Charley replied Blaine I wrote It and had Tho Trib uno print It Washington Cor Louis villa CourierJournal Banker Routs a Robber J K Gurrifinn Cashier of the hank of Thol i lit Ohio lied been robbed of health by a serious lung Iroubln until he trim Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Then tin wrote It is the best mediclr e I ever used for a fee vere cold or n bad cano of lung trouble I always keep a bottle on hand Dont suffer with Cough Colds or any Throat Chest or Lung trouble when ycu can be cured PO easily Ouly 50s and 100 Trial bottles frlla at Short Ilayiien drug cfor PRODUCE WHAT IS WANTED The farm should be run on the same plan as the store In this that the things which the consumer wants should be raised and not the things which ho docs not want This Is a most Important I matter when the farm Is turned I Into a factorywhen finished products Instead of raw material are sold If I the market calls for baby beef raise ItII If for good road horses dont dromedary scrubs a cross between a Pcrcherou and a cayuse If all whlto eggs will bring more than half brown and half white change your breed of hens and get layers of white eggs If the public wants white oats dont raise black or yellow ones If It will pay us much for a ICO pound veal calf as it will for a yearling let It have the veal If it will pay you aa much for your good apples or potatoes sorted as It will for big anti little mixed sort them and feed the small ones to the hogs or the cows If It Insists upon an ounce of salt In a pound of butter and a Juno color salt and color It so You cannot con trol or shape the public taste You can only cater to It and the man who most closely watches the whims of the pub tic appetite and caters to them will be the ono who will make the most money lut of his products WH have saved many doctor hills MUCH we began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy In our homE We keep abottle open all the time nnl whenever any of my family or myself begin to catch cold we begin to use the Cough Remedy and as a result we never harp to send away fora doctor and Iincur a large doctor bill for Chamberlains Cough remedy never falls tocure It is certainly a medicine of great merit anllwortbD 8 Mearkle general merchant and farmer Mattie Bedford county Pa For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell man Stephenrport TeWhaU- A good story Is going the rounds at Harvard college concerning Blast years graduate a dutiful son and ac industrious student yet withal a some what liberal youth At the beginning of his concluding year his father who was Just setting out for Europe said to himNow Harry you get your degree and Ill send for you to come over and travel all summer Harry was delighted Father said he I will He studied faithfully all the college year and In June went through with flying colors Then ho cabled his father YesBut the father alas had forgotten his Impulsive offer Ho mused over tho message wondered and then cabled back Yeswhatr The son was in turn perplexed but being a well trained lad he did not re main long In the dark and flred by duo teous zeal cabled back Yes sir- Letters of explanation followed and ho won the grand tourAtlanta Journal A R Dx FluHtit editor of the Journal Doylestown Ohio suffered fnr a number of years from rheumatism In his right shoulder 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 con stant companion of mine ever since and It never falls For sale by A R Fish er Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens port dnabPENNYROYAL oetse Oilr Ce da- ffa 0101 rliifcl ikon uk ==Ia 54 M =UI- MMII4hl IHm nN111 Take ftkn 3Nt M4IImIPotk- Y sose eoII 11 SAYEYOUR STARtags showing small stars printed on under side of Shoe JT flood Luck II Cross Bow and Natural Leaf Tin Tags are of equal value in mentioned below and may bo assorted woman and child can find something on tho list like to kayo and can have P 8ti a EE2 1 Teat D I Rood fleetl 93 a ft 23 4 Fork and Kpoon 26 0 Ret I10e each quad 8 Woodtrinets M I7 YOURTHEground Quo Eugllih 8 triple plate b ii6U 9 rwIe plae beai nnaL 10 rlln iUrer roOI U hitter two bladM 12 Keen Kutter I 8ln 1s IS Kutter 8 lnchbi II and 0 Plots lIver J 15 cUtlon beat quUl18 uj17 Teupoool belrag IIf atom wind and actaU19 steel buck born tw80 er Table Slxioni ll ro21 and forks buck IW 83 Rouen KahN pled guodsboo I I rise23 Clock 8 day Calendar Thermom U double action tools CM 21 TnUet Set docoitod porcelain anti durable 1000 31 i6W Uuo 1100 34 Guitar Waihburn rosewood In laid 2000 SS Mandolin very St Winchester Repeating Shot Don U Range 9000 17 Remington double barrel bam uior Bhot oun 10 or 13 ganta 2000 33 Blcjclo standard make ladlei or Santa ssoi 89 Shot ann Remington double bar rot hsminerlcai 9000 40 Reglna Music Box IM Inch ntaabooo WOVE OFFER EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30m 1900 I Special Notice MOitRoTolrerHntomatlc 600U800ntratcbaterlingttlrerfunlewelydluasu lib1Iltlchlontl bluedIhandfames10 Wain Star Tin Tags that Is Btar tin tests with no small CASllonthoLSzsortwsntycetriaoerhundredt I nrBKAK IN ailMl that a dimes worth of STAR PLUG TOBACCOwill last longer and afford more plcanaro than a dimes worth Of tiny otherbrand MAKE THE TESTI Send tags to CONTINENTAL TOBACCO CO St LoUIS Mo c roe A TRIAL MONTHS BUaiCIIIPTION TO TNt LOUISVilLE TRIES THe BRiaHTCST AND BttT ArTtBNOO rAPE IN THe COUTH Latest Market Quotations Latest State News All the Local News Complete Press Reports Largest Circulation In ttie South 50 A MONTH Or 1500 a Year by Mall roe FOURTH AVCNUC LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY PERFECT SCALESL- AST FOREVER WARRANTED FBEIOIIT PAID COMBINATION DRAM AND DRAM BOX CHEAPEST AND BEST JONES OF BINGHAMTO NV 0 mJ 1jI 1jI 1 iI 1 iI iI 1j1 iIi 1 1 1 1 mm 1j1 m m 1 i0 r r- tjf k I ij rr 1 i OF I I hi PIANOS tr ii uuuualIi IIJ dTHROWN ON THe MARKET AT I IJC SDEIKTD CENTS BINGHAMTON I I j Y2 PRIG 1 1 We have purchased the entire stock of Pianos Organs and Musical Instruments or the I Greenup Music Co AS OUR WAREROOMS ARE CROWDED TO THE DOORS we will rrt for the next thirty 30 days sell the stock at just onehalf original prices This will prove the greatest sale in the history of Louisville 88 PIANOS AND ORGANS MUST BE SOLDr g LOOK AT THESE PRICES Ii JAA new S400 Poole Piano walnut case for 195 eg A new 385 mahogany Stultz Baur Piano fr187 Ufa A new 8850 qrcenup Piano in any wood for 175 New860HainosCofor 185 m JlAtcmwilYs lurizmatlnsTt ttce l Co llar tins Filchers Kranich t antiathor10 Square PianosSteinway Hinzen Rosen 85 UpWaru Kurtzmann and other makes 25 to 85 eachGREAT BARGAINS IN ORGANSEsteys For rand Voteys Mason Hamlin andreJothers 8 to 49 each C 1MandolinII 1 It will to ifyouPurchasers living outside of the city are invited to write for special list of bargains in new Uprights SMITH NIXON CO622 and 624 Fourth Avenue Bet Walnut and Chestnut Sts In order to accommodate the large number ot purchasers who can not find it convenientto call during the day we will keep the store open until 980 oclock every night this week c i y t S THE BRfiCKENRIBGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 21 1900 l =s i Imo I aF l ll k r4IBlood offhis SllWn craves and wcctuncs tilt purifying and vlattabitJ t properties of Hoocfs Sarsaparilla TIlls afardSt Rheum eBluod cures Poisoning crof JPimples and all other complaints caused or promoted by impure blood GLENDEANt A AWado Pile Miolc vw Rare ony night last week V G mbbag Hardlnalmrg was here 01 bminrss last week Meg Hannnh Smith of MoDanlele has entered school pore Paul Darapstar is at home lrom med teal college having finiih d Ida ywrV workF L Curtis nod son plaster Kultrt went to Loulsvlllo Saturday to hear Sousi If you want ono of the very beet al rnannw call on W O Mwrman who will gladly furnish one gratia GlIn Fisher bar accepted a lucrative and rsponibw position with the Deane Tiu Co Hefennwat Kirk in the die I chary of lila sew itntiee John DanA bonrht 10 fino draught mules iu Im vill lat week Ho hoe rrrntly porchagrda number of now vagone There Utnueli activity in his bUIIIOM now Jess Uowiird purchased a tine horse in th upper part of tilt county hat wenk It is tbe prattle t tliioi in this part of the country ii9 is a fine saddler and perfection in iiarn M- VillieOwHiiwanat Olaton and other pnintfl in Otlo county last week He sold two good horses at fair prices while bet was away Ho reports farmers very busy and getting rady for unusually big crops fill young folk were given a party at i W It Moortu nn Saturday night Those present were Missea Louise Moor man May D anritf Emma Lou Moor niHii Emma Deo Motirman Daisy Deane Lizzie Flakier SAil 11 Robertson and Elliot Moorman aud John Fishe- rFORDSVILLE Mrs W S Galore is on the sick list Friday was examination day at the collegeDr hat been on the sick list for several days Misi Fannie Worsulv has beeu on the sick list this week Sunday was a had day for church but a good crowd attended J nit as wo were hunting up garden eetd winter set in again Mrs Jack If arris visited Mrs Alfred Mitchell last Monday evening The trustees of the college have bought a piano for usu at the hall Mrs Don Rush was the guest of Mrs Florence Keown one day last week Itev Katclille preached good sermons Sunday both in the morning and at night Ray Druner has sold a part of his farm to his brother Oacar who resides in Owensboro Misses Dmlah Rush and Ella Jones visited Means Allis and Amanda Chan cellor Monday night There was a Urge crowd in town Sat urdav stores were crowded and merchants were kept busy The Ladies Aid Society meets with Mrs Joe Harder Tuesday All the ladles are invited to attend From the number of plant beds that were hurried during the season of pretty weather we presume there is going to be a large tobacco crop raised Wilson L Jones are having a room fixed up below stairs for their new millinery goods which will be on in a few days The Literary society met an usual Friday night with a Rood attendance The debates songs recitations and dialogues were good and Prof Godsey gave an Interesting talk on the Life of Napoleon Notwithstanding that many farmers have begun to turn their attention to the muleraising Industry it is claimed that it will be four or five years before the stock of mules is fully replenished There was ueversuch a scarcity of them in the coun try while the demand is strong and in creasing in strength Farmers know that mule money is the most satisfactory that they can get hold of and business men have learned that a thousand dollars of money paid out in the country for mules has a greater effect than the same amount paid for wheat orany other com mod ity I B BYSBIRTH t womenti perbotUeA booklet giving all details will be cent free by Dmdfield Regulator Company 4 4Atlanta Ga Illlif11111111111NO Appetite = could es no beak fast and scarcely anything during the Sarsaparrtlalaincured my pimples and Improved my eneral health Gertrude Stodda Peterson Iowa Remember HARDINSBURG JutiuR Kinnieou has bought Henry llarncdp farm Mr Clint Hook has been quite ill with pneumonia A X Kincbelott tvf s in Louisville last week haying eoodp- Mlw Mary Hoard went to Bewlcyvlllt last week to yUit Mire Lna Drury WH con furuiflh you with any kind of garden eeeil elrdEeJipse GroceryI Clarence Lewis is in Louisville helping his father conduct bio new restaurant on JiflVraon street Mrs M D Pumptirey who has been quite iil all winter at her home near Vern Vmrw iis improving slowly County Cl sk 0 veil Cunningham and Mike BIA u linn tslhed of spending a few weeks in Florida this spring There are about one hundred and twenty five pupils now In regular atten dance at the Brvckenrldge Normal college Mr Slum the young merchant at Glenduane has as fine a stock of goods as can be found in any country store in thj county Jeeea Whit vorth and 0 K Haswell have erected public scales near the de pot that will bo quite a convenience to the teamsters Gabe Taul who was arrested last week and taken to Frankfort has returned They couldnt tluiI any use for Mr Taul and released him Mr Brightwho bought Marcus Kinche Ices faun adjoining this town is making some vdlunbltil improvements in the way ofnew fencing There is nothing so at tractive to a farm as bright aud cheerful surroundingsWhen folks got up last Saturday morning and found the thermometer down close to zero they went out and wanted to scratch up their garden seed they had put in the ground a few days before But as boy Pate would say It was none use There was a big crowd out at Henry Harneds sale last Friday but little was sold Mr Harned had previously sold nearly everything tnat was of any value at private sale Yet the crowd that at tended was a large one which is always the case where a sale has been advertised in the NEW Mike Donahue is one of the farmers out on Tuella creek who prides himself on keeping good fat horses fat cattle and fat hogs If you go to Mike to buy corn you will not find any for sale lie raises plenty but he keeps it for his own stock If you want a fat hog or a good tome though Mike can furnish either It Is surprising how many folks will attend a sale And it is a mighty poor sort of a thing that some fellow wont old on if it is put up Old pans broken horse shoes rat traps or just any old thing will bring something About the toughest thing that Henry Harned put up was an old horse that Art Goodman offered fitly cents for provided they would throw iu the bridle WOLF CREEK Our Normal school is excellent with B F Willette at the helm Miss Mary Owings has returned from a long visit to Leavenworth Lee Meyer tho handsome drummer from Louisville was here last week Mr and Mrs W D Smith have re turned from Louisville and Jefferson ville Mrs Mary Robertson one of Meade countys beet teachers is a pupil in Prof Willettes school Paul Gilliland of Blue Grass Landing who has been visiting his aunt Mrs S F Owlngs has returned home Miss Precious Bristow after a pleas ant visit to Mrs R N Smith has re turned to her home on Cedar Flat Will Asbcraft and Stuart Owings are candidates for county clerk and are both as good men as old Meade can put in of lice Mr Ashcraft has been enjoying this good office for some time BO we think it would be right for the people to glvo Mr Owings a trial They will find him honest and strictly uptodate in all things He is a true blue Democrat and one who will not leave a stone unturned for the good of his party Is looked forward to with expectations of joy and gladness The ordeal of bringing the little one Into the world however is a critical one for the mothertobe and her anticipations of gloomlIatrtwo be entirely avoided by the use of MOTHERS FRIEND a scientific I MOTHERS FRIEND 4 Economy andstrength are charac 3 terlstlcs peculiar to Hoods Suttparffla the great blood single bottle contains 100 doses and w last a month white others average m to last but a week or fortnight Hoods Sarsaparttahas an unequalled T repordof perfect and ptmti1nent cures SMALL DOSEStt LARGE RESULTS tBRANDENBURG Brother Ltchfielil preached morning and evening last Snndav Mrs Hawes Is spending some time with her daughter Mrs D W Lewis Father Mycring preached last Sunday and had early mass aausunl on Monday Mrc D M Duncan IB in Cloverport for a two weeks visit to Mrs Ili V Dun canMi see Sue and Beta Nell visited their aunt lire1 Leo Hagan and Mies Beulah I Fonjaiue mail week Miss Agues Matin is at home from Louisville quite sick Agnes lies a posi tion in a kindergarten as musician HAUl Novllt Is at home from Medical college tie hag only one more yerr when hfl will receive his diploma and can affix M D to his name ThefoX V enjoyed having Mr Herb ert Beard of Hardlueburg as n guest lat Saturday night and Mr Bard in joyed boiiig with the j IllyIIX V ThefiX Vclub regretted the rush of buaineu in the NEWS office that kept the city editor E 0 Babbage from attend ing time St Patrick celebration at Mrr KingsI the Farm Journal for March and it is unusually rich in information Every former and ills wife ohould have it and the BRECKEXIUDOE NEWS See the offer in this paper and subscribe The Ladles Aid of the Methodist church will have Ralph Bingham there uowned lecturer and violinist to lecture here III May We are del gbted to know that agiin such a pleasure lit to be ours Mrs D M Lewis has joined cur read- Ing club and is a valuable acquisition as she is both musical and literary Misses Ruth Phillips and Ten Hamilton have also cast their lot with us They are bright girls who will do good work Misses Lula and Minnie Bland bad theIIX Vclub last Tuesday afternoon Parches crokinole backgammon and music were ihe amusements The Oath olic members Misses Lillian and Vir ginia Ruodes Susie Elder Lena Nevltt and Sallie Burch are sadly missed during Lent Miss Fannie PhllipsJlwilljentertaln the reading circle Thursday afternoon After the regular study of the first act in Romeo and Juliet there will be an Ad Libitum talk of thirty minutes when questions in the box will be an swered and discussed or any other liter ary topic will be briefly discussed I appreciated Mr Hoa wells menaga by Herbert Beard in regard to my cousin Senator George Alexander who was in conversation with Governor Taylor ut the moment Mr Goebel was shot I wonder George has not been arrested aa Mr Taul of Breckeuridge county and as Mr Miller was threatened and others I am glad Saeriff Burtons name has been cleared by the prominent citizens of Hardlnsburg Justice Justice Whith er art thou fhd My but what a cold wave we have had March has ever reminded me of human beings some not all How hot and bow cold Sunny today freezing tomorrow Please excuse me from the month and the people The weather has no effect whatever upon my spirits neither have such people for God has made and put on this old earth so many many dear good people and sent us so many sunny months we should not complain Cards are received from Mr and Mrs Brennan of Evansville had announc ing the marriage of their daughter Ellz abeth Jlesale to Mr Ernest Vance Bishop Wednesday evening March 28th with a reception from nine to elev en oclock to follow They will be at home in Brandenburg after April 15th A great many invitations have beeu is sued to Mr Bishops friends here and many have forwarded handsome pres ents Congratulations saysOursores DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve cured her A specific for piles and skin diseases Beware of worthless counter leUoA K Fisher Wood Floors For Fowls Floors in poultry houses has been a subject of much discussion and it Is not likely to be settled soon as different people have different ideas In regard to this If dirt floors are used it is impossible to keep the fowls from scratching them jnto holes and keep the hen house covered with dust all the time while board flcors are liable to cause bumble foot by the fowls flying from the roost But tak ing it all In all we believe the wood floor better but beat of all we think Is concrete which Is easily kept clean and pnrebutnmet be well covered with straw t ItT I e The French Workman I TbqFronch workman Is thc creature j i of the sweet for the sense of tho Joy of llfd and time creature of the homo and the workshop for time sense of time hardship and sometimes of the sorrow Fashioned as he is In this way two outside forces contend for the posses slon of him The question of ques I tlons Is Will he take Ills guidance from tub recognized agencies within the law or from tho agencies of re volt Tho state nnd also ns we have soon the church otter him nil sorts of bribes and bonuses to consent to work In their WilY They recognize ills trade and self help societies They try to get him to the altar ns a devotee and to the urn as a voter But he has heard of Utopias and he longs to have one more struggle for absolute perfec thou nt snort notice though ho may have to lay down his life In the at temptThe hay to modern French history Is to be found here Every political movement has to be a compromise be tween the aspirations of the tnubourgII and tin world ns U wags workman has been bred In the belle In revolution as a recognized agency of progress and by Instinct and habit he loathes second best The old order offers him the churches the thrift and benefit societies cooperation Insur anco agaliMt ncqldents education tech nical and other the old political econ omy in n word and the paternal stnteI The new whispers socialism the com mune anarchy sometimes nnd with these the barricade Illchard Whltcing In Century JllnnniHDitooil Patriotism Professor pried B Adams of New Vorl was a uoldler In the civil war and tool part lu the fled river campaign under Major General Nathaniel T BanksAt one place he said recently to one of his clnnHus we surprised n southern garrison nod tool many prlsI oners They were guarding a moun lain of cotton bales which were In tended for shipment to KuropeI on account of the southern government General flunks promptly confiscated the cotton mill transferred It to his tlo tllla Inch bale was miiielled C S and this the northernA over with marking brushes wrote sohllNSI i characters U S A I was on guard at tho time nnd one of ny prisoners aI handsome bright eyed young southern officer said Yank whats that writing thereI Ioocd proudly at him as I replied The United States of America over the Confederate States of America Cant you real1V S A over C S A Ho looked at me quizzically Thank you he said Do you know I thought It was United States of American Cotton Stealing Association The next question he put to me 1 didnt answer Saturday Evening Post Until and Fatigue Protcssor 1C Bccrwhld says that When the body Is fatigued or the brain has been overtaxed by excessive men tal work It Is very wrong to take n cold bath Such a bath excites he says nnd If we add this to the already excited state of the body the result seems rejuvenating for The moment but very soon tbe tension becomes too great and the body cannot be forced to do more work- Accyrding to the professor a warm bath is time only kind to be applied when one wishes to recover from fatigue and the longer a tired body remains In a bath of say 70 degrees the quieter become the strained nerves and the easier follows the sought for restIn the morning after a good nights rest a cold bath Is very Invigorating but at no time during the day If the nerves are strained should It be repeated A Hint Did you see that story about the man who got a ncedlo in his arm while trying to kiss a girl he asked No she replied and then she added fervently but thank heaven I never learned to scwl Chicago Post Time lateDr Campbell Black of Glas gow eminent as a physician and chin heal lecturer was fond of saying that medicine Is no more an exact science thin millinery LYONS I IITRADE I MI t tt t tI LAXATIVESYRUP NATURES CURE FOR J oflIVegetablesofl I preIscriptionpreI e anylaxativemoneyAn well adults For sale by druggists at las per bottle MMForStsCLOVERPORT KY t y w I THIN I HAIR may rely Lots of peoplehave hair haps their parentshad perhaps children have thin hair But this does necessaryfor HairOne OneI you upon Per air makes the hair healthy and vigorous makes it grow thickand long It cures dan druff also It always restores color to gray hair all the dark rich color of early life There is no longer need of your looking old before your time SI 00 a bottle All druggists As a remedy for restoring color tu too lair I believe Aycrs Hair Ylgorhas no equal satisfactlouinpivcn mo perfect everyway3trs A M STRFni Aug 18 1893 lIammond i ortNY Welle the Doctor Ire will tend you a book on The egaeetIttheVigorAddreti DR J C ATKR Lowell Milt A White Season in Womens Wear IA white season Is predicted for this Kinunr which means that light access ories of womens costumes will be worn bn they will be of the pastel shade- sIIrrt than the morn brilliant colorings thr brighter shades to be used with whit +And the lighter tones with black DIr iLedies Home Journal ONNNNM O NNO- s i 0 HOMES 0 4 ON 1 I EASY TERMS I IIWeowo 03J feet front byii 200 feet deep in Cloverport adjacent to the John Allano 1Murray residence There is a cottage already on one end T of the lot which we will selliiwith 481 feet of ground I icuhi i monthly payments thereafter We are willing to build a tago to suit purchaser oncotI t other half of the lot and f on consult For the same R planII the L HcC i Cloverport Ky Columbia Finance and Trust Co Louisville Ky iN NNN NNNNNN- t N NN NN N 1= Sweetest Sweets Fof Sweet People iiHandmade 1Ii i 1 Ii BABBAGES 1 11FreSh assortmentii i Leave i Your Orders 1 t X40 cents f f per pound P 44 Seeds Seeds We Welcome the Appearance of Spring with joy and gladness So also wo want to welcome you as a customer for I ISeedsGarden Seeds IISEED POTATOES IIIEarly Rose Peerless i and other varieties L Sweet Potato Seed for Bedding Begin your work early arid thereby get the best results from gardening These are the best seeds Cultivate iwell and your crop will be a joy to your household IFor further information call at the GroceryrI i Hardinsburg Ky i I Seeds Seeds A VALUABLE FARMt FOR SALE Attention Purchasers o1 The farm of Peter Dhonau deceased lying three miles southwest of Cloverport near the White Sulphur and Tar Springs consisting of 385 acres will be oflered at +s Public Sale in the City of Clover port on Saturday March 24 1900 at I Oclock j About onehalf of said land is cleared for cultivation ii- II has good dwelling barn and outhouses thereon ipure neverfailing water and the usual necessary adjuncts fo a welt regulated placo Persons desiring a good homo aro invited in the meantime to visit and inspect the land and premises I Tho land is susceptible subdivision and may be sold t as a whole or subdivided into smaller tracts ii- A public road leads to Cloverport Terms of sale will be made easy to good purchasers Cloverport Ky March 6 100Q Irr MICHAEL HAMMAN Administrator v