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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 I IIINN 1II II I11II 1I I I II N 1 1ll 8 PAGES 1 j I 56 COLUMNS 1- N i NINN NNINMMIINM NNIIIIN cALL THE NEWS THATS FJI TO FRINT VOL XXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 251900 NO 41 HOSPITABLE BRANDENBURG t Entertains The Teachers of The Fourth CongressionalDistrict ELIZABETHTOWN CLAIMSI NEXT MEETING BRANDENBURO KY SMCIAL The latch string was on the outside lamit week the teachers only had to pull and enter our old town where they S jv found all they wanted except a fivedol Jar bill at their breakfast plates jfolj The program for each meeting was most interesting with S 0 Stephens from Beaver Dam President Miss Jib eon as Srcretary and Miss Mona Price assistant Secretary Hon Thomas II 1lton made the welcome address which was to the point A great many n absent W B+ on the program were Maple Cloyerport and 0 M Verbena conducted a discussion on How to Cult tivate a Taste for Better Literature F E Hardf sty was very much compliment t ra on his views upon Nineteenth Cen k tury Progress I Friday night the musical program was given with some recitations Mrs D W Lewis Misses Mary Lewis Daisy Mcln tire Lula and Minnie Bland and Beulah Fontaine rendered instrumental and vocal selections with Mrs Grinnell manageress Miss Mona Price had about twenty little girls and boys to cine Messrs Hook Clark Rhodes and Grin nell on piano violin and guitars added much to the program Misses Ten I Hamilton and Dink Price recited Little Verna Bryant six years old recited with the composure of a young lady of experience Doc Gray read an or- t iginal poem and Victor Spaulding gave a stirring recitation The event of the evening was the pre sentation from the Brandenburg Normal to the Fourth Kentucky Teachers Association of a beautiful gavelmade from a piece of wood taken from the old hull two years ago in low water of the Alice Dean a Federal steamboat that- Jpbn Morgan used In July l8G3 to set his 5000 men across to the Indiana shore in his famous raid to the North The boat was sot on fire here and the hulleank about two miles below The gavel was bound in bauds of silver with the three Presidents names engraven with room for twenty more Scott Grinnell made the presentation speech to which Presi dent Stephens gracefully replied Saturday morning E R Ray Braver Dam give a fine talk on Adaptation in Pedagogy lie bandied his subject like one of experience and used beautl fnl language Ho thinks this age is all right as far as industrial progress goes but believes we are declining in aesthet ic taste He wants ua to cultivate a greater taste for fine paintings statuary classical music and literature Prof H G Brownell Principal of the Manual Training School at Louisville added much to the charm of the session by his strong practical able address on Manual Training He was witty affable in manner and gave each idea in clear cut everyday words He was not on dneesparade and won the audience over j r by hla everyday manner t J 0 Pirtle of Hodgenvllle who mar tied one of our girls gave in his origi nal unique offhand style a talk on- Side Lines Impressing us with the fact that there is much to consider in Side Lines in literature school and life W A Bewley read a paper In which he showed etudy and concentration of thought Miss Ethel King read an essay Ethel hi one of our very brightest girls and is pushing to the front AO Burton bad a class to demon strate Short Onto in Figures Thepu pile showed careful training t Hygiene in the Schoolroom by N 1 Groves Fordsvllle was an eveopener on the utter disregard of the rules of health In most schoolrooms He gave r useful practical Illustrations to prove ilJlbow such rules Insisted that a reform was needed to protect chit dren from contagloua maladies TJiaaicame the very interesting cere N ma ttpof presenting the banner held bYI Okfc county since its fleet presentation rid QCMfcrCQunty Mies Gjbeon f in a Tgweeful happy manner pre ted B perintendent W P Aaheraft tv Vcite waived it aa gracefully with MaTely aids la behalf of Meade teachers c Prr ACliartonwaselected r Freak1 dotof the Toerth a7esirrceelonal lDt Coatlaued ell eighth page Y THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS GOLDEN WEDDING Air And Mrs J E Williams For merly Of This County Celebrate Their Fiftieth Anniversary At Newport Ark BnANDKNiiuno KY Special Louis ville people wero no more Interested in the gjldnn wedding Wednesday April 11th of Mr and Mrs James E Williams of Newport Ark than Brecktnridge county people Mrs Williams was a Miss Matilda Robertson daughter of Richard Taylor Robertson and Susan L Date early settlers of Jeflerson county Mrs Williams was married at the old Robertson home in Breckenridga county Elk Grove fifty years san It was a hninn renowned for ItfjlIJImt hospi tality Wi antebellum daya Mr and Mrs Williams lived in Braudenburg at ono timeAt the golden wedding were our old friends of Kentucky Mrs Sue Bite and Miss Kate Robertson of Louisville Mrr J J Webster nee Fannie Robertson of Nashville Tenn Jim Rabertson of Ella ibothto wn Ky and MrsMaria Fon taine Ross the grooms aunt Mr Wil liams mother was a Fontaine a de scendant of a celebrated Huguenot fam fly1Veead send congratulations to our old Kentucky friends whom we remember most aflectloDafely LOUISVILLE RACES Greatest Spring Meeting Ever Meld In Kentucky Beginning flay 3 Only One Fare From Here for the Round TripThis Includes Admission to Grand Stand Beginning on Derby Day May 3 one of the greatest race meetings eyer held in Kentucky will be given at the famous Louisville race course Eleven stake Including the Kentucky Derby worth 0000 will be run during the fifteen daye All the crack horses iu the country are engaged in theso stakes in eluding Lieut Gibson Bangle John Bright Lieber Karl Pink Goat Jean Beraud Rush Killashandra Ills Lord ship Kentucky Farmer Olson Anna Bain Streamer Ways and Means Flaunt Aveustoke The Rush F W Brode The Lady in Blue Cambrian and many others Nearly 1000 horses are now quartered at Churchill Downe insuring large fields and exciting contests There will be five or more races each day with liberal added money All the railroads have put on cheap excursion rates the round trip from Oloverport being only ono fare This also includes admission to the grand stand each railroad ticket having a cou pon attached which can be exchanged for a badge at the gate This is the cheapest rate ever offered from this point and a big delegation will leave here on Derby Day to take advantage of it The Derby will be run on the opening day Thursday May 3 and will be followed by the Debutante Stakes Turf Congress Handicap Biuegraes Stakes Clark Stakes Mademoiselle Stokes Fehr Stakes Wenonah Stakes Premier Stakes Juvenile Stakes and Kentucky Oaks in the order named These are the biggest turf events run in the West On Satur day May 12 the Gentlemens Cup race will be run- MEETS AT BEWLEYVILLE The Bewleyvllle magisterial District Sunday School Convention fleets There Saturday May 19th The Bewleyville Magisterial District Sunday School Convention will meet in Bewleyville Saturday May 10th at 030 am All the Sunday schools in the district are requested to send delegates to said convention and all unday school workers are invited to attlndA suitable program has been arranged and wlllbe published in due timer osJ JOLLY Pies No family can afford to be without one minute Cough Cure It will atop a cough and cure a cold quicker than any ether medicine writes 0 W Williams Sterling Run Pa It cures croup bronchitis and all throat and lung troubles and prevents consumption Pleasant and harmless A R Fishier Wedding At Greenville The marriage olMies Maud Rice and Mr Robert Shafer will take place at 730 oclock Thursday night April 20th at the home of the bride at Greenville KY Miss Rica is be daughter of one of the rrort prominent business men of Greenville and the niece of Mrs Jno A Barrj ol this place whom she bas vttltt fie qaently Mr Shafer 1la a native 01f GteeiaN villa and la engaged In bualneaa there r5 UPHOLDINGTAYLOR Who Has Been Derided Scoffed At And Insulted By The Beckham Followers HAS THE CONFIDENCEOF PARTY By MIl Bennett lIattlet own Ky How long will Taylor have to endure the tirade of abuse that is dally being heaped upon him He has atready reo ceivedhia share tenfol1 from the Beck ham contingent But the insult that has appealed to every sympathetic soul moat forcibly is the way he was treated on the two occasions when he visited his old home to attena the burial of n brother and a slater S me gentlemen high estate and journalists repnted talent even Henry Watterron were hoard to say He has deserted the office He has played a prank on the Republicans etc Yes he It ft the Capital on a sad otis slon but did he stay away As soon as possible he was found at his post again where he will remain He la a true blue eoverelgn whom every state loving Re publican should encourage in this his darkest hour ThinK for a moment what he has endured while trying to uphold our rights which were manifested at the polls last November How many of us would have been bin led before now by the blackhearted lot off Backham follow ers who have at last called to their aa oistanco Tom Campbell the greatest scoundrel In existence I recently heard some Beckham advo cates predict that Taylor would submit I have enough confidence in him to be lieve that he will submit to nothing but the ruling of the highest tribunal If that court should decide against him he will step out as he agreed and we will elect him attain next fall Of course he is a broken man at present but true frlehds are better than gold Every Republican should remem ber that he has spent his all trying to preserve their rights Let every Republican continue to battle fur liberty and may they soon wipe that damnable mat chine out of existence and once more enjoy peaceful tranquillity in our belov ed state Indigestion nausea are cured by Hoods Pil- lsMAKES MONEY A Colored Barber Of Hardins burg Retires From Business WITHACOMFORTABLE LIVING Hardlnsburg Ky Special Phoclon Guthrie the colored bqrber of Hardins burg has recently had to give up his business on account of 111 health For several years Phoclon was the most pop ular tonsorial artist the town afforded He had the best part of the trade and says that while he was at the business for ten vears he made about five thous and dollars He owns a comfortable home in the suburbs of the town and his success is the outcome of strict atten tion to his own business and having the good will of all who know him His friends hope that he may entirely re coyer his health CROPS IN CRITTENDEN A correspondent from Crittenden county to the American Agriculturist says that about a third of the apple buds and threefourths off the peach buds are kilted He also says that pasturage of all kinds will be scarce this eummer as coy erand greases were killed by drouth or winter killed Hogs are 425 per 100 iba This has been an extra good season for sheep aat Jeart 76 per cllntol the jambs hayebeensaved- I3 Clark Cbanncey Qa says De Witta Witch Hazel Salvo cured him of Pllea that had a filleted him forttwenty ftpn Ills also a speedy care fer skin dieeaesa Beware of das rou counter atelierAeR Fiahara I F DEATH CLAIMS Rassle E flogan Son of Mr and hrs Chas nogan Monday April 16th at His Home at Derby Ind At 740 oclock a m Monday April 10h 1100 Mr Rissie Eo Mogau son of Olmrltn aud Margaret Mogan sonin law of Mr Lilt Mitchell passed quietly away aged 20 years 7 months 11 days Hn leaves a wife and A dear little babe lUsole was in bad health at times for about a year though no rcrious alarm was felt in regard to his co iditlon until a few day ago when it WAS didcovertd that he had appendicitis Even then the fond paenta loving wife aud slater did not think the end cnuld be so near but iu an hour when they knew not tire destroyer came aud claim d Uasile as a victimIn this home Death indeed chose a shining mark bright handsome and intelligent I A kind cheerful disposition won him a plapaj In the nflVc tioulof all In the home circle he was the idol of doting parents tender wife and sister Ho was limo light and joy of the household But Rissio is gone I Tho once crowning joy of their hearts has II ull leaving an aching voidwhich they pow ffel can never be fillet God in his mysterious but all wise providence has taken this cherished one and though it seems and in heard to bear tuJi be reavement to see thu young cut down just in the bloom ol mnnhooil yet we must ocknowleigj that in some way though in the night of our oiiliction we cannot understand it is for the beat for it is the rulings of One who doetb all things well The remains wore laid to rest in tho Stephehaon cuietury iueaday evening and the mourning parents wife andeis tnr returned home to b hold the vacant chair and riallza as they had not yet idone that the family clrelwas indeed Jjroken The bereaved family have the sympathy of the entlre community FOR THE HEATHEN I The Womans Ftjrcicn Missionary Meeting Will Be Held The First Sunday Night In May Hardinsburg Ky Special Tho Womaxs Foreign Missionary Meeting which was to have been held nt the Di- E Church South last Sunday night did not tale place as was announced on ac count of the revivall that wailing held at the M E Church The President of the society Mrs V G Babbage has fixed another time the first Sunday night in May The meeting promises to be one of the most interesting the society line given publicly for some lime Ogood Mo Oct 283809 Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello1 Ill i Gentlemen I have used Syrup Pepsin for sometime and find it gives most ex cellent results and it is one of the great est selling preparations I have ever carried in stock I do not hesitate to recommend it Very respectfully DR T JONES Sold by Short Haynes Went to St Louis The following persons from this coun ty took advantage of the cheap rate to St Louis Saturday night Irvin Rich ardson Frank Compton Paul Compton and LIsba Simmons Garfield Robert Weatherford Harned W B Hender eon Falls of Rough Milt Miller Sam pIe Hugh Bruntr and wife Preston Walkers Tonic contributes to mental cheerfulness and enables the muscular system to withstand fatigue Walkers tonic antagonizes Heart Failure It is a nerve tonic allaying pain due to nervous tension It stimulates the digestive organs and increases the appetite Good druggists sell it Carload of Cattle Wm Hall of Webster went to Louis ville last week and bought a carload of grazing cattle at 5o a pound He has about 200 acres of meadow ready for the cattle and is feeding 40 head of hogs Card Of Thanks To our many friends who wore so faith fat during the last illness of our beloved son Stanley Simons we wish to express our sincere thanks for their kindness in our sad bereavement MB Awn MBS MARION WxATmnoir Death Of An Infant Alter a briefand painful illness Stan ley Simpns the nine months old son of Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt died April22ndlt Thepof their little son OPENINGRECEPTION Of The Cloverport Athletic Club Tuesday Evening April 17th SUCCESS IN EVERY RESPECT TliH opening reception and dance giv en by the Cioverport Athletic Club Tuesday night April 17th was a pro nounced Buceta Most of the members were present and sustained their long clues acquired reputUiou of courteous moats The gymnasium room was used as a dancing hall the floor of which was In flue condition for the dance lovrs who kept Urn to the muck of the IlKwesvillo band until the early morn Ing Tile reading room which is prettily and comfortably furnished was at all times popular witu the card and conver sation devotus This club has for its members the most prominent young men of the town who have generously oQtrtd the use of their wellequipped gymnasium to the young ladies on Tuesday and Fri day mornings Judging from the en thusiasm of the members of this club and the interest and eucourugemuut of Its friends wu predict for It a permanent and successful career Those who wore preaeiit and enjoyed its hospitality on the ocoa oii of its opening reception were Mr and Mrs George hort Mrs It E Moorman and Mm Etta Bvan MIa Jennie Green Falls of Kouuli Annie IlambUton Sonzho Ella Robertson Glendeaae Belle Bruce Boy 1 Nellie Gregory Alliuue Murray Annie and Jane Hambleton Mamie DaHaven Bessie Jarboe Eva and Elizi May Marlon and Margaret Bowiner sere Allen Owen Owens boro James R Skillumu Fred Fraizi Eugene Vest Olies Moormaii Fred Fur ry H C Cart E 0 15abbgg Roy Hey ser Jno Harrison and Fred Dulluy W W Mayhew Merton WIssays I consider One Minute Cough Cure a most wonderful nddiclnc quick and eats It Is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results It cures coughs colds croup bronchitis grippe whooping cough pneumonia and all throat and lung diseases Its early use prevents consumption Chil dren always like it and mothers endorse ItA R Fishie- rTEMPERANCE MEETING AT lUTES RUN Quite a number of temperance workers from here attended the meeting at sites Run church Sunday afternoon Somo of our best speakers were present and talked well on this subject that is of such vital importance just now Some good talks were made by the lutes Run people all ofwhich resulted in a pleas ant and profitable meeting The last meeting at that point before the election will bo on Friday night when a largo crowd is expected We Dont Want Money Bad We want It good and we will give you value received as in every bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin no matter be it lOc 50c or 100 as we guarantee it for Constipation Indigestion Sick Head ache and Stomach TroubleShort Haynes To Meet With Mrs Heron A most interesting meeting of the Ladies Reading Club was held at the home of Mrs R E Moorman Thursday afternoon April 10th There were say eral guests present and the reading in The Double Thread was continued The meeting tomorrow afternoon will be at the home of Mrs Alex Heron Coughed 25 years1 suffered for 25 tears with a cough and spent hundreds of dollars with doctors and for medicines to no avail until I used Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey This remedy makes weak lungs strong It has saved my lifoJ- B Rozell Grantaburg Ill Temperance Speakers Rev Z Ferreli of Hawesvllle and Rev JEd Murr of Rome Ind will be the temperance speakers here Thursday nIght Rev A H Davis of Hardins burg will conduct the services Friday night Rev Ourrey the colored minis terrof Hardlnsburg will address the col ored people both Thursday and Friday nights Fridaymghfand others will talk on temperanee I 18 56 PAGESII HI Baking Powder Economy The manufacturers of Royal Baking Powder have always declined to produce a cheap baking powder at the sacrifice of quality The Royal is made from the most highly refined and wholesome ingredients and is the embodiment of all the excellence possible to be attained in the highest class baking powderRoyal Baking Powder costs only- a fair price and is cheaper at its price than any similar article Samples of mixtures made in imitation of baking powders but containing alum am frequently dis tributed from door to door or given away in grocery storeS Such mixtures are dangerous to use in food and in many cities their sale is prohibited by law Alum is corrosive poison and all physicians condemn baking powders containing it ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WilLIAM ST NEW YORK I1IIt It IifIY Tif EI Tf 9W1 Ihi GI j 1i11 1 S1 1l I1tlw l il itI1t l tliM a I1t t th wjt1ii 1t THE KISSAPHONE L 1i 1Timereason why kiss Contains so much felicity f 4Isjust becnuffo each pair of lips l Is full of 1 It fiR bce in the eyeliLt Or in smile so tender AAndthen the lips togethr preyed Produce time kiss splendor 4Now this envies in known Ifly the name of kiHanphofii tri t And of all the phones invented it Is by far 1thebeetlNo other eltctricity jtGiveshalf PS much felicity rZ4Forlove turns on the current end tln kiss IIdcee the wet It I kla8llPhonelIpLq With mnttnets nnl such matterft You do not ring bell Central call Hello long wants wish sigh IINorset the thing III going The kisiaphone was not by an Edison been patented IIIInventld or of is medlclnlII IThtroIs no yearly bill to pay charge for extra kiesing IY- I The kissaphonea in use Throughout the whole community You need not bo millionaire To have the opportunity Thems no more cost to pay For one kits or for twenty So why not push the thing along And kisses have in plenty H TIn Frank Leslies Monthly 1IIl1II1IK I3II3I=aIIII1 A Practicing Physician in Monticello Ill formulated Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin Ask Shoit Hay flee 1 IY 7 4- l flee I II I I IH I M It I 01 i i l a h u h U U h h u h l L I 1 a a j 1 n i l j h a a a a a h i I a d 1iII Most women with female weakness addlUontomay cured by unlne TABLETS UCKEYErr PILE 111b9 i y t r I2 THE BR CKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 1900 r rr ai3 4 I f J G tTI J HEN YOU COME TO HARDINSBURG CO ET01i i THE EGLIPSE FIRSTIWe have recently added PRY GOODS NOTIONS GEHTTS FUENISHISTGS ETC In our Dry Goods Department ifj we can show you some Fancy Calicoes Shirting Percales Beautiful Summer Lawns PJ id Quilts Fancy Hose and many other New Goods that will please the ladiesl COME and Bring your Pocket Books your Cousins and your Aunts and see I if we cant five you some bargains x I t1i Remember tbat in 60066 we Defy Conlpetiton in prcee I ff Our New Spring Stock will please you both in quality and finish No trouble to show goods We are in the market to stayII THE ECLIPSE I I oW r irOCiyu VdV1 r uJb n l JJ n 1 JIP I ITHE CRUCIFIXION iiOF PHILIP STRONG I By HEY CHAKIJiS 31 SHELDON Ii utlwr IIr In 1I1 tps hat Vlluld Jc6I1S II Inlcom 4 Kirk Kolwrt IlHrdys Seven Days Etc A Copyrighted 1800 by The dOte ItoblUblns Co Jioff = 8 UlilBIlWBI it iii hi on him were so urgent the II iVrt IImpossibility of providing men vitij work nUll no relieving tlwm hall 1 h11 such a bar to glvtng help In tbat dllItturn tlat out of sheer necessity us it xecmed to him Philip had given fully halt of tile thonmml dollar re Krrvrd for hls own salary nil entire l IIISIIi wlre reduced to tho eraalkflt llis iilo amount Everything abort that went where It was absolutely ucvdrd He was literally sharing what ho luid with the people who tilt not han niiytblng It seemed to hint that 11 rniilil not consistently do anything Jcss lu view of what hJ hail tweacbetl and Intended to preach dm evening In tile middle of the mitith he was invited to u social gath iTlng nt the house of Mr Winter The mill owner bad of late been exjierlenc I ln n revolution of thought Ills nttlI tud toward Ihlllp had grown more I nnil more friendly I It was a gathering of jversoual frtonds of Mr Winter Including some of tin1 church people The moment thnt I Philip stepped Into the ipaclous hall nnd runglit n gllmiwe of the furnish i ings of till rooms beyond the contrast between all the comfort nud bright ness of this house nnd the last place he had vlnltedI In the tenement district Btnoto him with a seiue of pain He drove It back nnd blnmed himself with an Inward repronch that ho was grow ing narrow and could think of only one idiaHe could not remember Just what brought up the subject but some one during tho evening which was passed In ronvermtlon nnd music mentioned the minor going about of Increased dls tur1 anoe In the lower part of the town nnd carelessly wanted to know If till paper did not exaggerate the facts Some one turned to Ihlllp nnd asked him about It as the ono best Informed1 He did not know how long he talked He knew there was n great hush when lie had ended Then before any one could change the stream of thought some young woman In the music room who had not known what was going on began to King to n new Instrumen tal variation Home Sweet Home Coming as It did otter Philips vivid description of the tenements It seemed like a sob of despair or n mocking hypocrisy Ho drew hack Into one of the smaller rooms nnd began to look over some nrt prints on a table As ho stood there again blaming himself for his Impetuous breach of society eti quette In almost preaching on such nn occasion Mr Winter came In nud saidIt does not seem possible that such a state of affairs exists as you describe Mr Strong Arc you sure you do not exaggerate Exaggerate Mr Winter you hove pardoned my little sermon hero tonight I know It was forced on me nut He choked nnd then with nn energy that was all tho stronger for being repressed ho said turning full toward tho mill owner Mr Winter will you go with mo and look at things for yourself In the namo of Christ will you see what humanity is sinning and suffering not moro than a mile from this home of yours Mr Winter hesitated and then said Yes Ill go When Bay tomorrow night Come down to my house early and wo will start from there When Mr Winter came down the next evening Philip asked him to come In and walt a few minutes as he was detained In his study room by a caller The mill owner sat down and visited with Mrs Strong n little while llnally she was called Into tho other room and Mr Winter was left alone TU door Into the sick innns room was partly open and he could not help hearing tile conversation between the Brother Man and his son Something that was said made him curious and when Philip came down he aiked him n question concerning his strange boarder Come In and see him said Philip He brought Mr Winter into the little room and Introduced him to the pa tient He was able to sit IID now At mention of Mr Winters name ho Hushed nnd trembled It then occur red to Philip for the first tlmo that It was the mill owner that his assailant that night had Intended to waylay and rot CHAPTER XXII As they were going out of the house tho patient called Philip back He went hi again and tho man sold Mr Strong I wish you would toll Mr Win tur nil about It Would you feel easier Philip ask ed gently Yes All right Ill toll him Dont wor ry Brother Man take good care of him I shall not be back until late IIo kissed his wife and Joined Mr Winter nnd together they mode the round of the district As they were going through the court near by the place where Philip had been nttnckcd ho told tho mill owner the story It affected him greatly but as they went on through the tenements the sights that met him there wiped out tho recollection of ev erything else How many people nro there lu our church that know anything nbout this plague spot from personal knowledge Mr Winter Philip asked utter they had been out about two hours I dont know Very few I pre sume And yet they ought to know nbout it How else shall all this sin nnd mis cry bo done awny I suppose the law could do some thing replied Mr Winter feebly Tho law Philip said tho two words and then stopped They stum bled over a heap of refuse thrown out Into tho doorway of a miserable struc ture Oh what this placo needs Is not law and ordinances and statutes so much as live loving Christian men and women who will give themselves and a largo part of their menus to cleanse the souls and bodies and houses of this wretched district Wo havo reached a crisis In Milton when Christians must give themselves to humanity Mr Winter I am going to tell Calvary church so next Sunday Mr Winter was silent They had como out of the district and were walking along together toward tbo upper part of tho city The houses kept growing larger and better Finally they como up to the avenue where the churches were situated a broad clean well paved street with magnificent elms and elegant houses on either side and the seven large beautiful church lillhiii v liili IITK Dinting upward nliioitt till f iVcin vlfclbto from where tilt two uifii stood A door tn om of th lioitmw near opened A group of pwplit ms8ed In Tho glimpse caught by thV two men was n gllmpue of bright flower dec orated rOOm beautiful drenm gilt luring Jewels and a table heaped with luxuries of rood It WitS the paradise j i ChrlftfaiM tntMt ffUO t emetine to 1111 tminltt- of society the display of Its ease Its sort enjoyment of pretty things Its careless Indifference to humanitys pain In tho lower town The group of newcomers went In n strain of music nnd the echo of n dancing laugh llont cd out Into tho street nnd then the door closed Mr Strong If you preach to the people to leave such pleasure as that we have Just glanced nt to view or suffer such things ns arc found lu tho tenements you must expect opposition I doubt if they will understand your meaning I know they will not Jo nnJ such thing It Is asking too much And yet the Lord Jesus Christ al though ho was rich for our sakes become poor that we through his pov erty might be rich Mr Winter what this town needs Is that kind of Chris tianity the kind that will shoe up tho physical pleasures of lire to show the lovo of Christ to perishing men I be Ilovo It Is Just ns true now ns when Christ lived thnt unless they arc will Ing to renounce all that they have they cannot bo his disciples Do you mean literally Mr Strong I asked tho rich man after n littleIYes literally sometimes I be llovo the awful condition of things and souls we have witnessed tonight will not bo any better until many inXny of I the professing Christians In this town nnd In Calvary church aro willing to leave actually to leave their beautiful homes and spend tho money they now spend In luxuries for tho good of tho weak nnd poor nnd sinful Do you think Christ would preach that If ho were In Milton I do It has been burned Into mo that ho would I bcllovo ho would say to tho members of Calvary church If any mnu love houses and money aqd society nnd power nnd position moro than me ho cannot bo ray disciple If any mon rcnounccth not oIl that lie hath ho cannot bo my disciple And then ho would test tbo cntlro church by Its willingness to renounce all these physical things And If ho found the members willing If ho found that they loved him moro than tho money or tho power he might not demand a literal giving up But ho would say to them Take my money and my power for It Is all mine and uso thom for tho build ing up of my kingdom IIo would not then perhaps command them to leave literally their beautiful surroundings nut then In some cases I bcllovo ho would Oh yes Sacrifice sacrifice What docs tho church In America In this age of tho world know about It How much do church members giro of themselves nowadays to tho Master That Is what wo need self tho sonla of men and women tbo living sacri aces for those lost children down jroa u dcr 0 God to think of what Christ gave up And then to think of I how little his church Is doing to obey hla lat command to go and dlsclplo the nations Philip went bock through tile av cnuo on which the churches stood When ho reached Calvary church he wont up on the steps nnd obeying an Instant Impulse he kneeled down on tho upper step and prayed Groat sobs shook him Thoy wuro sobs with out tears olll thnt were articulate hero and there with groans of anguish nnd desire IlS prayed for his loved church for the wretched beings In tho hell of torment without God and with out hope In the world for the spirit of Christ to come again Into the heart of the church and teach It the moaning and extent of sacrifice When tile eventful Sunday came braced the usual Immense concourse He did not come out of the little room until the Inst moment When he final ly apprnrid hls face bore marks of tear M1 lim they hud flowed ns a re lief to hia burden and hi gnvo tho peo ple hU mtwsotfe with n courage nud u r I and a lovirborn of direct cow i ilon with tho Spirit of Truth An he went on people began to listen In nmasement He had begun by glv- Ing them a statement of raMS concern Ing tho sinful needy desperate con dition of life In tho place He then rapidly sketched the contrnHt between the surrouudlugx of till Christian nnd nouChrlatlmi people between theI worklngmen nnd the church members Disciples of Jesus ho exclaimed the time lias come when our Master demands of us some token of our Ills clpletdilp greater than the giving of u little money or tho giving of n little work nud time to the solution of the great problem of modern society nnd IIr our own city The time has come win we must give ourselves The time has come when we must re nounce If It Is best If Christ asks It the things wo have so long counted dear the money the luxury the houses nnd go down Into the tene ment district to live there nnd work there with tho people I do not wish to be misunderstood here I do not be lieve our modern civilization Is nn nb surdlty I do not believe Christ If he were here today would demand of us foolish things But this I do bellcvo he would require ourselves We must give ourselves In some way that will mean real genuine downright and de cided self sacrifice If Christ were hero ho would soy to some of you as he said to the young man Sell nil you havo and give to the poor and come follow me1 And If you were unwill ing to do It ho would say you could not be Ills disciples Tho test of disciple ship Is the some now as then tho price Is no less on account of the lapse of I 2000 years Eternal life Is something which has only ono price and that Isii the same always Members of Calvary church I solefuuly bellcvo the time has come when It Is our duty to go Into the tenement district and redeem it by the power of personal sacrifice and personal presence Nothing less will nuswcr To accomplish this great tusk to bring lack to God tills great part of Ills kingdom I bellcvo wo ought to spend our time our money ourselves It Is a sin for us to llvo at our pleasant elise In enjoyment of all good things willie men and women and chlhlren by the thousand are dying body and soul before our very eyes In need of tho blessings of Christian civilization in our power to snare with them We cannot say It Is not our business Wo cannot excuse ourselves on tho plea of our own business This Is our first business to lovo God and man with all our might This problem before us calls for nI- llour Christian discipleship Every heart In this church should cry out this day Lord what wilt thou havo mo to dor And each soul must tallow tho com manila that bo honestly hears Out of tbo depths of tho block abyss of hu man want and sin and despair and an gulah and rebellion In this placo and lover the world rings In my car a err for help that by the graco of God I truly believe cannot be answomd by the church of Christ on earth until the members of that church lire willing In great numbers to glvo all their money nnd nil their time nud nil their homes and nil their luxuries and all thoir ac complishments and all their artistic tastes nnd all themselves to satisfy the needs of the generation ns It looks for the heart of tho bleeding Christ In the members of tho church of Christ Yea tiuly except a man Is willing to renounce all that he hath he cannot be his disciple Does Christ ask any member of Calvary church td renounce all and go down into the tenement Ills trict to live Christ there Yes all My beloved If Christ freaks BO to you today listen end obey Service Self Thnt Is what ho wants And If he asks for nil when nil Is needed what then Can we slug that hymn with any Christian honesty of heart unleM wo Interpret It literally Vtre UW wt lt rolm of mtarc nriM That wen in offering dr too mull Lovt to araulng 10 dlvlttr DtMKfc ray Mul ray We my alii It would partly describe tho effect of this sermon on Calvary church to Bay what was n tact that when Philip end ed and then Ikneeled down by tho side of tile desk to pray tho silence was painful nnd the Intense feeling pro voked by his remarkable statements was felt In tile appearance of the audi ence ns it remained seated after tbo benediction But the final result was yet to show Itself thnt result was not visible in tho Sunday audience The next day Philip was unexpected ly summoned out of Milton to the par ish of his old college chum Ills olil friend was thought to bo dying Ho had sent for Philip Philip whoso af fection for him was second only to that which ho gave his wire went at once His friend was almost gone He ral lied when Philip came nnd then for two weeks his llfo swung back and forth between this world and the next Philip staid on and so was gono ono Sunday from his pulpit In Milton Then the week following as Alfred gradual ly come back tram the shore of that other world Philip assured that ho would live returned home During that ten days absence seri ous events hall taken place In Calvary church Philip reached homo on Wednesday He at once went to tbo bouse nud greeted his wlfo nud tho Brother Man and William who was now sitting up lu the largo room He had not been homo more than an hour when the greatest dizziness came over him He sat up BO much with his chum that he was entirely worn out He went up stnlrs to He down on his couch In his small study He Instantly tell asleep and dreamed that ho was standing on tbo platform of Calvary church preaching It was tho first boISuddenly a man lu the audience raised a revolver and fired nt him At once tram over tbo house people aimed revolvers at him and began to fire Tile noise was terrible and In tho midst of It he awoke to feel to his amazement that Ills wlfo was kneeling at the Hide of his couch sobbing with a heartache that was terrible to him Ho was In stantly wide awake and her dear head clasped In his arms And when he prayed her to ten him tho matter she sobbed out tho news to htm which her faithful loving heart bad concealed tram him while ho was at the bedside of his friend And even when tho news of what tho church had done in his absence had como to him tully through her broken recital of It bo did not real ize It until she placed In his bands the letter which tho church had voted to be written asking him to resign his pastorate of Calvary church Even then be fingered tho cnvoloptTln an absent way and for an Instant his eyes left the bowed form of his wife and looked out beyond the sheds over to tho tenement Then ho opened the letter and read it CHAPTER XXIII Philip read tbo letter through with out lifting his eyes from the paper or making any comment It was oa fol lows nit Philip Strong Ctlnrf Church Mlltont A clerk of the church I am itntnictetl to In form jou el tbe action of the church at a regu larly calk mt lr kit Monday night At tbat tnMllnc It WM voted dy a majority prncnt that you be atLed to rctljtn lile p torate of Calvary church for 11M following rtamu tint Tbcrc IIi a very vritlcapmd discontent on th part oi the church imnbcnhlp on ant of the ua of the church for Sunday cnnlng dli cuMiont of social political1 atxl economic lute ttona aad the Introduction Ito the pulpit of per 10M whow character aad landing are known to be hoatlle to the church and lu teaching SecollllTbe wt men of tb durcb I nunt without exception are agreed and to ex preaaed themaelvea at the meeting that tba aer mon of Sunday before hut waa exceedingly dan ceroua In Ita tone and liable to t a4 to the gramt retulta tn a Hi of lawlettneee and anarchy on the part of people who are already Inflamed to dceda of violence agalnet property aid wealth Such prraoblnc in the opinion of the majority of pew owners and aupponera of Calrary church cannot be allowed or the church win inevitably 1loae IU Handing IB lorlety IblrdIt IIt the fixed detcrmlutlon of a major ity of the oMcet and moat Influential member of Calvary church to withdraw from the oranUa tlen all rapport under the preaent condition of af faire Tltt truateea announced that the ftleddu vcrjarplrI lar amount wae received Tide waa ucrlbed I the eermed of tIM flret of tire month toII Fourth The vantlen et the panonage and removal ol the mlnlater Into the reffon of the tenement diatrict have created an Intenae feeling on the part of a targe number of bRIm who have for years been flnn eapfwrters and friends of tIM church They feel that tha action was alto gellttr uncalled for awl they think It hat been the means of disrupting the church and throwing matter Into confusion beside placing the church In an unfavorable light with the other churches and the community at large nUblt waa the opinion of a majority of life members preaent that while much of the spirit exhibited by yourself was highly ooamendiLle yet In vltw of all the facts it would be cxriedltnt tor the pastoral relation to be severed The con tinuance of tbat relation seemed to promise only added dlsturbsnce and increased antagonism in the church It was the well nigh unanimous ver diet that your plans and methods might succeed to y ur better satisfaction with a constituency made up of nonchurch people and tbat possibly your own Inclinations would lead you to take the step which the church has thought wisest and best for all concerned It Is my painful duty as the clerk of Calvary church to write thus plainly the action of the church and the specific reasons for that acUon A council will be called to review our proceedings and advise with reference to the same In behalf ot the church Clerk Philip finished the letter nnd lifted his eyes ngaln And again ho looked out through tho window across tho sheds to tho roots of tho tenements From whcro he sot lie could also sec across tho city up on the rising ground tho spirp of Calvary church It rose distinct and cold ngalnst the gray De cember sky Tile air was clear and frosty tho ground was covered with snow and tho roots of the tenements showed black and white patches whcro the thinner snow had melted no was silent so long that Ills wife became frightened PhlllpI Philip I she cried as she throw her arms about his neck and drew his bead down nearer They have broken your heart They have killed youl There Is no love In the world any morel No nol he cried suddenly You must not say that You make mo doubt There Is the lovq of Christ which passctb knowledge nut oh for tbo church the church which he loved and for which ho gavo himself But it Is not tho church of Christ that has done this thing Nevertheless It Is tho church In tho world ho replied Tell me Sarah how this was kept so secret tram me You forget You were so entirely absorbed lu tho caro of Alfred and then tho church meeUnlt was held with closod doors Even the papers am not know the whole truth at once I kept It from you as long as I could Oh It was cruel so cruell Little woman spoke Philip very gently and calmly this Is a blow to me I did not think tho church would do it I hoped Ho paused Dud his voice trembled for a brief moment then grow quiet again I hoped I waa gradually overcoming opposition It seems I was mistaken It seems I did not know tho feeling In the church He looked out of the window again and was silent Then ho asked Are they all against me Was there no one to stand up for mer The ques tion call1f1 with a taint unite that waa rar more neartDreawng to nla wife than a flood of tears She burst Into a sob TOBSCONTINTJBD IIThe Candy I I She Likes I IIHan bdeII I Delicious Chocolates I I i i iiii- I f iIiiII I T i 40 Cents Per Pound I t Send your orders to iiADDIE LOUISE BABBAGE Clovcrport Ky i FOR SALE Clover Leaf- Fertilizer FOR CORN AND TOBACCO A L OELZET CLOVERPORT KY A J KIRST AI Caiineltons Leaning Tailor WILL ATTEND TO YOUR WANTS 41 WHEN INjj NEED I I T r 7T 7r 1I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 1900 3 Dream of the Mnln a M do Mnuacelnitlio Russian psychol hit mentions the cdse of a person rn without arms or feet win always mritned that ho had been mutilated ow It should be borno In mind be ays that the majority of persons born without arms or foot always dream hat they possess theso extremities It Is evident he maintains that this dif ference results In the first Instance from weak Impressions hereditarily transmitted and In the second Instance ftvMil the strength and precision of thes i Impressions Persons whoso i limbs have been amputated are subject to curious delusions while asleep They j never dream that they arc walking on crutches quite the contrary they hiI variably dream that they are walking with their feet with this difference only that as time passes their extrem ities appear to become shorter and shorter M do Manacclne mentions as a curl bus fact that this hallucination Is very pronounced when tho wound has healed without complications while on the other hand there Is no hallucination when tho process of cicatrization has been painful Moreover wo flnd the reason of this difference In the greater or lesser Intensity of the sensations ex perienced Still If the dreams of ab normally formed persons aro charac terized by certain peculiarities they are none the less subjected as are other dreams to the mysterious conditions of the human organism and like other dreams their repercussion on the wakeful state Is Identical The Inranu nnd the loOter A good rooster story comes from a Somerset county correspondent A cer- taIn clergyman whom wo will call novo Mr Little gave one of his parish loners a rooster as a slight token of esteem In tho family was n bright 4ycarold boy and bo always called thejQoster Brother Little One morn Ing tho llttlo fellow saw tho rooster coming toward the bouse and he shouted Grandma here comes Broth er Little Grandma never stopped to look out or make any Inquiries but started quickly to pick up and set things to rights about the room This done she asked the boy Where is Brother Lit tle1 Just gone Into the stable replied the boy Grandma thought she might have time to change her dress and quickly dodged Into another room and In a very short time appeared attired In an other gown but somowhdt out of breath Again she asked the boy If be had seen Brother Little Yes said the Innocent child there he goes back to the barn with tho rest of the hens- GrondU1adll1 net say a word but sat down for a tow minutes to rest and later she seemed to enjoy tho joke with her grandson who looked on won deringly as though he only portly took in the situation Bangor Whig and Courier Uaay Choir Sololati Roman Catholic and Episcopal churches have the credit of providing tho finest and most elaborate music but the finest music In New York Is heard In the Jewish synagogues It Is chiefly sung however by the best fltagcrs of the Christian churches who Hjflftlly double up and draw two salaries a gOOd arrangement for both theItrue salaries of soloists In tho larger American cities rango from 800 to 2500 tim latter sum being paid In a single Instance All engagements date from May 1 which Is moving time for church singers as well as house movers Their church salaries form the basis of the soloists Incomes but many fees are earned as a result of church work Weddings and funerals yield quite n number and private recitals at tbe homo entertainments of millionaire church members aro weighted with tho golden fruit There are also whole orchards of concerts and oratorios for thoso capable of shaking the treesSuccess A Tunlo Needle Mrs Ilohmboddle John dear whllo youre down town I wish youd Justcall And pay the milliner 17 the bill Is but if you give her 1G Mr Ilohmboddle Id rather settle It In full jjflrs Ilohmboddle Well but I want i u to bring me six yards of that love tjr stuff from Matchems Ill get you tho pattern and that will tako tho other 7 Then Ill just make a mem orandum of the trimmings that will be about 3 more and It you love mo you know the kind of gloves I want Youve bought them often nough Now dear boy yqu wont forget Mr Ilobmboddle No Ill remember and by the way Ill tako my tonic bot tle along and get It renewed Ive felt quite run down of latev Mrs nohraboddle Your tonic Why that costs 160 It seems just like throwing money In the street to pay for medicine Dont you think you could get along without IttJudge The fond to Convalescence h woman will bo In bed all morning and go to a whist party In the after noon She will be genuinely sick all day and go like a martyr to a card par ty at night Tho plea that her absence fojglit Inconvenience her hostess Is con sidered sufficient excuse A man with an ache goes to bed and roars t would be Interesting to learn which Is the shorter route to recovery Atchl Ion Globe- rr A HefBUburttood numorlat Yesterday I met George as I got on car and 1 said Hello George re you getting on r Then ho said aint getting on Im getting off v Welirf Today I net him as 1 was getting ilfthe CAr and I said Hello George hoVre you gettisgon r Then be said 1 aint getting OB at all Im putting my taotberlaUw oa Chicago neo Ii Light Runn- ingPLAWO Binders Mowers Headers Hay Rakes Construction Have Tllli FAMOUS PLANO FLYWHEEL ATTACHMENT Is furnished with tho Jones Lever Binder It i ia mat valuable attachment because The Fly Wllfelcnuses a binder to workwith even steady motion over rough i uneven ground The FlyWheel causes a bundle to be bound tightly without tho motion of tho machine The FlyWheel causes a binder to run lightly over toft or wet ground where it would otherwise mire down The FlyWheel causes a binder to remain in motion while turning a corner Tho FlyWho1 causes a bundle to bo bound and discharged after tho team stops leaving the sickle canvasesabsolutely clean THIS VALUABLE ATTACHMENT IS FURNISHED ONLY WITH THE JONES LEVER BINDER The Jones Lever Binder has tho simplest knottor in tho world it has onehalf less pieces than its rival It is the most perfect in the world Farmers it Will Pay You to See this Machine Ve handle all the lending brands of Highgrade Fertilizers for Tobacco Corn Wheat and Potatoes Steam Threshers Boilers Saw- Mills and Engines Flour Mill Feed Cycle Grinders Etc BATES MILLING COMPANY McQUADY KENTUCKY cuitrioito llronte Not Flattered An interetR anocdotc of Charlotte Illcute Is 1ixcnlled by Mrs Humphry Ward In her biographical Introduction to Vlletto In 1851 the authoress having refused rvpuntcd Invitations to London on the ground that having done no work she deserved no treat finally consented to pay a short visit to the family of her friend null pub usher Mr George Smith Thackeray was at this time at the height of his popularity In London and Miss LTroute arrived In tlmo to hear his second lecture on tile English bu morists Whun It was over Thackeray who had recognized the timid little woman sitting by Mrs Smith came down from the platform nnd shaking bauds with Miss Hroute asked her bow she llUtd It There are few persons who would not have been llattorcd by such an attention but Miss Ilrontc on tile contrary was almost offended by It and when she Introduces a similar In cident In Vllcttc she comments on the restlessness and the lack of do slrablo self control on the part of the lecturer No Huller For Him There Is u wealthy but very hard beaded citizen of Detroit who has no hesitancy In telling this story on him self If theres anything on earth grinds me It Is to plunge Into the social swim Id tar rather plunge into an Ice cold bath One of thuso here steel pen coats makes mo want to go out and hide In the hayloft and n standln collar puts me Into a grouch or a week after Ive worn It- But you know how women are Theyll stand right by you when llvlu Is up hill work skimp hustle and save but once they get money they want n show for It and the bigger the show tho better Things sorter come my way lu pine and I cleaned up a neat little pile I just grinned at carriages horses a coachman n lot of servants n snooklu round the house receptions theater parties and all that sort of tiling But when they rung In n genuine butler on mo I had a warm conversa than with mauiuui and tho girls It didnt do a mite of good They talked me clean off my feet and the butler cnmc I could have got away passably with the president of the United States but that fellow stilT hacked high head ed looking supurlorllko and never smllln less It was to stab you riled mo awful One tiny while slttln In the library I heard him tell one of tho maids ho wns goln to resign What tor1 she asked The last lady aa barbarlanjthntsFor years I dealt with raftsmen and lumbermen I paid his bill for six weeks In tho hospital and his wages too Wo keep no butler Detroit Free Press Why fte Wn Arrditod Thero Is such a thing as being altogether too clover You think s01 I know It I was walking along the street yesterday when I noticed a LG note lying on the pavement I stooped to pick It up but It looked like a counterfeit so I passed on And the note turned out to bo a good one of course No It did not but I was arrested before I had gone ten steps farther Arrested What for For passing counterfeit money London Answers A young clerk received instructions from the proprietor of a produce house In Front street some days ago to put Into n case of eggs a card marked Guaranteed The proprietor thought no moro about the matter until later In tho day when ho was called to the phono by the pur chaserI want these eggs ho said What Is the matter with them asked the proprietor They aro marked Quarantined and are too suggestive of disease It developed later that tho clerk had written Quarantined Instead of I Guaranteed Memphis Scimitar LOUISVILLE Market Reports llUTTBII Choice country 17 Elgin 10H EGGS Freih lo VouLtiiv lltniperlb 7 Spring Chicken per Ib lo5Turkeys per lb t5 7 Duck per lb dl 7K HlfllD SKKU- STimthy perbuthel 15 Clover per bushel jorfSJjC- rlmion Closer per buhel I3 40n IiRed iopprbushtl Orchard Orassper uinel 12OtfiS lljucirail lancr rer bushel 110 HAVOUA1V EnD HAY Tirao byI 0 iSxortJMoo Timothy No a uSoJoo God IIrlgbt Straw SS ioo CORN No2 White at More Mi OW No2Mls dold 43- No iVVhiteincWlt 43 No 3 Mlxd new 43X OATS No 9 White 3 No 3 Mixed Oati 16 WHEAT No 2 Ione tlerry 73 No i ned 73 No3 7 HVE- No a Western 6o tsPOTATOES IrUh per barrel t1 35 Sweet per barrel I1 00- ONIONS ler barrel j V- HXCON Shoulder 81t Clenrnhiidei 8 Clrar sldst34J Sucar cured hams JJLard in tlercts 7KO9K MISCELLANEOUS Silt7bnbbl I 50 N O Molasses 4Mi1 0 Sugar cranl percwt c lOWS 30 LIneper but 75 Cement per bbl BIO 76 Puns Itlack skunk No I cased Sig oo Short stripe skonk 5tii it Ins stripe skunk 25fW 35 Whiteskunk 3 Raccoon No I large da 6 Mink No larec2sed tallI 0- 0GexNolllaeealect dl o I SntIa no Muvktat No I large 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of the Andes at an elevation of from 10000 to 14000 feet tho men have voices like tho women and tho women like the children and their singing Is a shrill monotone No Industry except that of cloth manufacture has contributed so much to tho comfort and advancement of man as that of glassmaktng which Is ono of tho oldest of technical indus tries Its earliest home was EmtI u U CllJARRU Pew realize what a deepscntcd obstinate disease Catarrh is regarding it as a simple inflammation of the noe and throat little or no attention 1in given it Hut however insignificant it may seem at first it iis serious and farreaching in iu remit The foul secretion entering tile circulation poison the entire system The stomach kidneysin fuel all the organs feel the effect of this catarrhal poison and when the lungs are reached its progress III rapid and destnic vc and finally ends in consumption It frequently happens that the scnsea of hearing and smell are In part or entirely lost the soft bones of the nOM 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sensible They anetSouthrightIFARM JOURNAL 1 yearoldIatheofAmerica having over amillion and l alfregular readers f ONE of the BIGGLB BOOKS and the FARM JOURNAL I ttoI IISample of FARM JOURNAL and circular describing B1QQLB BOOKS I1CC WILUL ATl5SOl I jZexIL- p t SWIFT I i month Ii Jr BOOK i Any AddrtM PARK JTOUIUfAX I w 1s 7U1 I 4 tt L I I r 1 A I TTr M 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 1900IBRECKENRIDGB NEWS Jno D v Qi Babble Editors anti Proprlitri CARDS OP TANKS ner Ire III1tI charged brat- tie rate et 10 cull per line OCITCAK1ES charged fr at the rate St h tests- perllaa MOSEY IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 1000 DONT forget to do jour town and yeuredf a Rood turn Saturday by voting against the open saloon THE jury in the Coleou case was out only eighteen minutes when thy rev turned a verdict of not guilty CiovEKroRT can claim tho banner tar educational ombitlo ovr all other towns In Lrecktnride county Our three teachers were the solo representa tives of the county at the Congressional Teachers Association at Brandenburg Fnday and Saturday LAST Week was a busy week with tha NEWS Besides the customary prepara tions for tho Wednesday issue the three presses were running day and nightI turning off a big lot of jJIb work All hands were kept employed and the busy hum of machinery sounded more lke a city office than that of n country town Tint COUNTRYSIDE is a new Lonisvlllo periodical to appear monthly published by the Avery Publishing Co It is In an attractive dress and contains trading matter suitable and interesting to all clarses and age p Its information to flu mers will be of the molt autnentic na ture and its editorials pertinent and pleasing TUE HANCOCK CLAIUOS eays there is a mode of swearing that is more irritating than the use of oaths It is the lam ming of doors and the kicking over of chairs when exasperated to the swear ing point and may be denqmlnatcd wooden swearing Its place and pun Ishment should be put in the list of Thou Shalt Note IN view of the decision to he made by the voters of precincts Kos 1 and 2 on Saturday the text chosen by Revs T V Joiner for his Sunday moraine discourse was especially fitting Hghteouiness exalteth a nation but sin is reproach to any people Let each man remember these words when he polls his vote on Saturday the consequences of which he they god or evil will live throughout tternity THE items from Pellville this week contain a compliment which is greatlyI appreciated by ua Our object is to keep the Saws a clean well printed welledit ed uptodate DUp per containing all th niWB of the countyI with itrmi of in larva and information to every one dour many lemders and we fuel that we lIe on the road to IUItJtOH aftttr rendiiiii furli words of enomirgument and com nen i tion ut our lVllvilecorr ppoudfiit ten usthis week IllsI our desire to merit the prato BO often btttowed upon in ty our wtllKichirg correipoDdeali and with their pood will and coopati- Oli to awtet tu wti feell that the saws has a bright and snnshiny future TIm DUTY OF THIS VOTE BflevloKl that the principal work of the prtbs vf till country should be to aid in the t ducat ion of the people as to make them inlelligrut law abiding eihzeue we feel that a united effort should be made by the newspapers of the State to bring Ithe people to a realizing cense of UR fact that to a grit i xtlnt the laws of the State art btcouiing obsolUe anti if we may UK the uprufcion unfashion able Soue off the moat prominent women of Louisville recently oiganizjd tbenisolvM into an orjrmifMtion known as The Womens KraergBncy Associa tion tff Louisville and at a millY meet ing ImM on Tuesday February Cli strung resolutions WITH adtipttd whlcl principally dealt with the unlawful and pernicious practice of carrying tconcent d and deadly weapons We cannot en dorse too strong v the stand taken by tine isdits on this qitfttion but after all this practice hoe been brought about by something more than mere habit For years put we have btttn gradually drifting into a condition of lasvltsMOM that ia poeitmly appalling Mur dote in the State of Kentucky are of al most daily occurrence and yot the ex treme penalty of the law Is as seldom inflicted aa to make a hanging a nine days wonder In a few caws the crimi nals are sent to the penitentary for a term of years a large number are acquitted by the petit juries BODID are held over to the grand jury but never in dieted and many aro acquitted on the examining trial Why do eo many pea plo carry concealed and deadly weapons Because iu this State overy man has to be a law unto himself knowing full well that he leas 1ttio to exptctnt the hands of those whose sworn duty it is to execute the law Is th trouble with the Jjudges No Is It with the juries Gen erally speaking No In nine cases out of ten it la with the prosecuting attor ney who through lax nrosecutlon or by other means frequently permits a cold blooded murderer to escape that justice which if enforced would bring him to tho scaffold or at least put him where It would bo out of his power to harm any one else Enlist the sympathies of a competent prosecuting attorney in the prosecution of a murderer nod the ciiaucea are 100 to 1 against his aiqultinl and 10 to 1 lu avor of hU BUtleru g tee tXtreino peuniiv uf tree lawrake BU lUbtHLce teceutlj ruMed to the wilw wulca occulted tome time ago tu tnu portion tf the State wlieru the Wile ot the murdered mat called on the prosecu ting attorney and ou her knees demand eu justice TUB auswur bite received Woe what she naked for So help me God you shall lulve justice if I can obtain it for you and tin verdict ol the Jury WAS Murder in tilt first dnrrre Tue rem edy fur tile present awful state of affaire lies with the people DI the ekctlon of men who have been tried and found worthy keep the ermine of the judges spotless and by the election of prosecu tin attorue14 of ability and the highest degree of integrity insure the earnest and faithful prosecution of all evil dome Goatill further end elect governors who when a man has been found uilty of a crime by a jury of his peers and sen tenced by n just judge to a just punish ment will not take till first opportunity of pardoning him The wardens of our pentteutarles will not then have to de Bide us is the CASH today whose pardon tliKTBhall recognize To sccomplif this end the voters must know no party when it comes to the t Ilection uff men to be Intrusted with the conduction and and enforcement of the law What is to be expected of those who fn qucntly owe their nomination and election to the very men whoso pro eclJllon for viola tious cf law Is afterwards committed to them If we cannot keep such offices out cf politics let us endeavor at least to elect such men as will carry poI has sunk to low that it hall become necessary for the good women to inter fere in the interests of common juetto The enforcement ol the law against the carrying of concealed and deadly weap one in certainly badly needed but it is the enforcement of the common law of the land that will riot only cure this evil but which will take from our be loved State her well earned title of the Dark and bloody groundT W II That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you If you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchletfl merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 cts Money back it not cured ijoLl by Short Hanes Druggists To The Members of The W C T U The ladles of the W C T U fro re quested to ho on the str wt early Satur day morning to work for the cause of Local Option A rood corps nff aimers and workers is ne1ll and txptrtnl to hr out and helpI tin not Ilater than 7 a in The children are alto expected to be out and aleMrs J II Stiles President MrK Nannie F Ferry Secretary WHITES CUKAM VERMIFUGE not only efleotnally diMroyn wormp it also increases till appetite nidi rsshnllntion and tratsorDJs a frail inf nt into one of robust health Price 36 cents NEW LODGE AT HARDINSBURO The Independent Order of Red lien Organize With Thirtytwo- nembers At Hnrdln Uurg Monday night April lord tlure ties organized n new lodge the Independent order of Red Men mposcdof 32 numbers The follow fug officers were t looted A 11 Davis Prophet i Chitiz Royalty Sachem j J II Lennon Senior Satjainore j LPH Bis hop Junior Sajtfmoflj J A Ilayntfl Keeper of Records j W K Barncp Keep er of Wampum 0 Mf Hesion Coil ctor of Wampum j W A Walker Sieietary DO YOU GET TJP WrrH A LAME BACK rWyl TrotiMc KaUc Yeti SKssraWc Alnioit evcrytcywhot read the rsiw rtIu IIs aura to know of the wonderful In cures made by Dr Kllmsrs SwampRoot l the great kidney liver R cal triumph of the nine tenth century di i after year of rent kidney and bUd + der specialist and la eurlnglamebles and Bright Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmer Swamp Root U not rec ommended for everything but Ifyou have kid nay liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need IItt has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to purchase relief and has proved so successful In case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer this paper and send your address toi KtlmerCoBinghamton remedyIt I covered byDr every bottle I regular fifty cent and nomaof iiijiIoo dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists At blUes was Inv vulnerable in every part of the body save 1is heeL The myth runs that he was rendered inval beingdipped Styx in infancy the heel by which he was held being the only part not submerged UA and there A fore retain ing its mor tal weak rnessr gi Everyone = v has some spotIn sirol organism and that weak spot is the Invariable attacking point of disease No man is stronger than that weakest spot in him We see great robust look ing men go down like ninepins at a touch of disease and wonder at It It is simply the wound in the weak spot the vulnerable heel of Achilles- It is the office of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery to build up the weak places to strengthen the weak organs of the body It aloes tills on Natures own plan of nourishment Iroper food properly assimilated makes a weak man strong Hut the man is only an aggre gation of parts so that the strong man lungsliverDiscovery puts into Natures hands the material by which the stomach is strengthened the blood purified the nerves nourished the lungs vitalized It makes the weak strong and the sick well It contains no alcohol or other intoxicant WllllanuiburRCorheum tIm for twelve years ra tad at times I crippledTried1 goodThetime in my head would nearly kill me My appetite wao v ry had 1 U oU five bottle of the Golden Medical liijcoyery nnd four vials of tenets aud to day tuy health 1is good NEWSY NOTES The German Empire registers more than 1000 weddings per da- yYrThe British Government expenditure is now running 7000000 a week beyond reyenup Miss Helen Gould will be Chicagos guest nt the Dewey Day celebration and will receive the same attention us Mrs Dewey- 1eMiA The Board of Education of Alameda Cal has forbidden the employment as teachers in tho public schools of any persons flllicted with tuberculosis 9Y9 The kissing bug is out of date A fierce little insect caller the Probos cidian Xovispamolum las become the fad whicu fashionable bug deals with noses exclusively V v Chaos still reigns at the Paris Expos lion Few of the bmldincs are com pleted and everything is in great disor der By June it is thought that this mammoth show will ho in fine running order rV V A Princeton Ind man whose son has been wrecked by liquor lies sued four saloon keepers for 5000 damages He claims that tlivy have been eelllug in toxicants to his son since he was nine years old and that he has Incurred great expense for fines and costs on account of disorderly conduct of the son when in toxicated There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other ilfotntaeH put together and until the last fewf years it was supposed to bo incurable For a great many years doctors pro trounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly fail ing to euro with local trtreatment pro trounced it incurable Science has proven catarrli to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitu tional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken Internally in doses from 10 drqr s to a tea spoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for each case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Addrew F J CHENEY l Co Toledo 0 CSold bv Druggists 7Cc FOUND DEAD Good Woman Near Her Home at Rockvale GLKNDEANE KV Special April 21 Mrs W W Jones Itockvale was found dead at the milk trap near her home Saturday evening She had gone to milk and stayed unuaanally lone her daughter Btught her only to find leer etill In death Mrs Jones was CO odd years old very active having ridden several miles the day of her death She was in apparently good health She is the mother of Joe Jones and C W Jones both well known activlo business men In this part of the county Tho writer does not know tbe other children Nearly every person needs a tonic medi clue at this time of year to brace up and invigorate the nervous system to clenee the bowels liver and kidneys lIEn DINE Is the best and safest remedy to do this as it will cure constipation regu late the liver and enrich tbo blood Price 60 cents AGE OFREASON The Nineteenth Century Can Boast Numberless Scientific But Few Imaginative Thickers POETRY ON THE DECLINE ray J W Jmrreltjr Sand Care Flat The question presenting itself tu theI literary world at the present is will not the time come when poetry will not bl1 written And indeed the tendency of literature appears to bo in that direction In the early ages of our literature rhyme was written almost to the exclu sion of prose and even until the beginning of the present century poets far exceeded prose writers In both quality and quantity of works At that time very little was known about science and almost no novels were written The only prose writing then in existence were a few essays on miscellaneous subjects and fewer histories In the seventeenth century Shakes peare and Milton were the centralflgurea in English Literature both were writers of verse Lord Bacon wrote some excellent essays which were scarcely noticed People cared nothing for BO deep a thinker as Bacon In the next century we find Pope Gray Goldsmith and Burns dazzling England with their rhymes end Sir Isaac Newton at the same time working in obscurity on knotty questions in Natur al Philosophy What cared the people of England for science It is astonishing how little progress the world had made in the line of science Few discoveries had been made in the preceding two thousand years A little had been done in Physiology and Astronomy but aside from this nothing more was known than had been known to the old Grecian Philosophers But in the latter part of tire eighteenth century a radical change took place In the line of thought The great polit ical upheavals in both the old world and the now caused a revolution in mens minds Thinking men turned their minds to political problems The good rather than tire pleasure of man kind was studied In the bglnnit g of the present cen Ii v when the governments of the world cme in a measure settled come wri i era galu took tin the old theme poetry Hilt the enchantment of the Goddess Imagination was broken and gradually thinking men turned their attention to suhjCtaof more importance to man kind This wave of thought resulted in the great inventions and discoveries that have made the nineteenth century noted for its progress The study of scientific subjectsJ lies caused the reasoning powers of the worlds mind to be developed to the detriment of the imagination This has producedl amakcd change In our litera ture which chins ga Is due chit fly to the fact that the writing of poetry has given way to prose A careful student of titer rtlurti cannot fail to s e this fact Tilt noted writers of the nineteenth century are clllllh writers of prose And the deepest thinkers are men who think on scientific qaestlonr With all our boifctrd lenrnlugaud culture we hnve bad 110 poet in the present century who ban come near the genius ofShakeepeare or Milton True we have had a few poets such as Tennyson and Longfellow who wrote excellent poetry But even the beet works of these contain finer art and lees imagination or what tho old writers called fire than tbe works of the old poets Tnelr writings art mora practi cal more in touch with true everyday happenings of the world And the ben ffit derived from such writing is appar ent Then it is true the present century iras produced no Grays or Goldsmiths neither did the eighteenth produce any Macauleys or Huxleys we have nothing to compare with the Elegy iu a Country Churchyard neither have they anything to compare with The Descent of Man Poetry is evidently on the decline and prose is taking Its place It being more useful to man Poetry is the result of imagination prose the result of deep thought Poetry Is suited to the mlpd of a chivalric funlovinc people prose to the mind of a practical progressive nation This is an age of science an age of progress an age of people who live iiii tho present not in the deeds of ancient heroesSome have affirmed that poetry Is the pro uUon of diseased mind This no doubt ion mistake but K Is an evident fact that some of our greatestt poets and L RISING BREAST childbirth for it robs ordeal of its horror and insures safety to mother and child book t Before Baby is is worth its weight in gold to every woman and will DrodfietdRegullitor A r 2 INTO 1 i i a This Seems a Pretty Hard Problem to Solve In truth the majority of our matter of fact people can not believe that it can be done but we are 1 going to do it As you know we have bought out the well known firm HESTONWILLIS CO t And have therefore 2 stocks cf goods which we are going to throw into 1 In order to accomplish this we have done some lively cutting throughout the entire stock It is our sntention to move the stocks together within the next 30 days and in the meantime can promise you some bargainsii TAKE NOTICErf t 25c Buys choice of any straw hat in the house 76c For pick of about 200 pairs of La dies Heavy and Light Weight Shoes 1GoodsE3vex3rtkLing else In Fcopoctionfx Our past record bespeaks for us your future goodwill and patronage Whether in need of anything now or not it would 1 i pay you to see our Summer Stocks and avail yourselves of thett good things set before you 4j Bringus your Produce 1 We pay Cash 1 THE FAIRIONE PRICE STORE VVVVVWWWW WWWWVWV1 t co o especially English poets were sadly de ficient in some faculties of the mind Poets generally live in an imaginary world not in an ordinary one It is a well established fact that the early ages of a language are the most fruitful for tine production of poetry The customs of tbe people are wild and unsettled Daring deeds are doneprompt ed by the passions of a semibarbarous people These things are sung by the poets As a people become more refined and cultured thepowerof writing highly imaginative pottiy is diminished Shakespeare lived Just after the close of the Mediaeval Period in which chiv alry and feudalism had been at their height In thin SRO armed knights per formed deeds of heroism to gain honor Then again a man was honored accord- Ing to his courage and bodily strength Shakespeare in his verse immortalized the valiant deeds of these valiant men but if Shakespeare were living now could he iu the same manner record the researches of Darwin or the diecoverhs of Edison Ah nol We think even Shakespeare would fall in such an attempt The day ol poetry is over ROil in the future ages mankind will not be moved by rhyme but by reason J I Carson Prothonotary Washing ton Pa says I have found Kodol Dye pepsin Cure an excellent remedy in case of stomach trouble and have derived great benefit from its use It dl Beets what you eat and cannot fall to- cureA R Fisher Gone To Oklahoma George Miles of Paytiesvllle has gone to Oklahoma to ingage in the practice ol law He is a worthy young man and the NEWS wishes him success In his now field In packing your valise for a trip do not fail to put in a bottle of Dr Bells AntiPain A change of climate diet orI water often deranges the stomach or bowels which is instantly relieved by this wonderful Painkiller 1Good Sale of Steers Ben nToindaxter and Horace Smith of Lowisport sold on the market last Monday 71 head of steers averaging J200 pounds at 475 to 485 I think De Witts Little Early Risers are the best Pills in the world says W E Lake Happy Creek Va They re move all obstructions of the liver and bowel act quickly and never gripe A R Fisher Wanted Contractorfor car track ElI Gregory L E M Co The poach crop looks flattering nhAnd other painful and serious ailments which bytheremedy is a Godsend to women because it carries them through their most critical ordeal with perfect safety and no pain No I woman who uses MOTnuRs Hurt D II need fear the suffering and danger of this Our Born MOTHERS FRIEND 1 r to n m C o minis sinners Sale I J B SaleAgatost I JB MANNING Heirtc DdtIn Equity fly virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the BrecVenrlilfe Clicult Court rendered at the February term thereof 1900 on the above styled cause the uaderalgned will on Saturday the nth day of stay 1910 between the home ol 1 oclock PIoI and S oclock r M on the premises of J B Manning In Brecltenrtdge County Kentucky proceed to expose to PUBLIC SALK to the highest bidder the following described property vlt All the While Oak and Poplar timber on laid land oIJI1 Maiming deceated of twelve Inches and over thirty Inches from the ground or to much of said timber is tray be necessary to pay off nnd sat- isfyi the Indebtedness cf said I 0 Mannings estate Including cot of administrators service and of this actionThe timber to be rold Is all the While Oak and Poplar timter rf the above dimensions on about 140 acres of land i TERMS tSale will be made cn a credit of three and six months The purchaser will be rev quired f give Load with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and eflcct of a Replevin bondbtarir legal Interest from the day of sate with a I itn reserved upon said property until ell the purchase money Is paid W SCOTT CAnT Admr and Special Commlislcncr Breckenrldge Circuit Co- urtDeHUYS h BALMOLINE REST HEALING SALVE For MAN OR BEAST Riverside Stock Farm CHAPMAN KAS Feb 13 1900 Dr B H DeHuy Denver ColoIDear SirI have given your Balmolme a thorough trial in our stables for the last three years and find it the most successful cure for horses and cattle in the shape of a especiallyshoulders of horses I have also used it for sore teated cows and find it splendid I can highly re commend your Balmoline to all stock men We use so much that I buy it in large quantities and think there is nothing like it for healing sores on stock Respectfully yours 0 L THKSLER Jar Send 3 cents for sample to B H DeHUY Manufacturer Box D Sta A Denver Col Price 25 and Soc All Dealers A CORDIAL WELCOME I Will Be liven Those Who Attend The Ministers And Members fleeting At Harned April ayth And 28th Editor of the NEWS Oloverport Ky Dear SIrI write to thank you for marked copy of your paper contain MeetingHopethe meetings Wo are expecting a good attendance and the Harned people are preparing to entertain all that may come Dinner on the ground and homos for those who remain over at night Yours truly W V HABHBU t Closing 1 1t t Ou- tSAL i I r h i ti t Ii tBr BrRIGt ON Ii 1 IAll1 i ai I ttr Qb- f Harness I Alq- Sad D k Uery w AND J STOVES I lt 9 FRANK HASWELL te- J r tJ1 ICLOVI tl KENTUCKY J L SyrupNilurea Dons NOT QRIPS If you do not like R better than any laxative you tavtf ever used your druggist will refund tile money Pood for children M well asssa grown pepple tvj- T S a- a THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 1900 r g I To those living in malarial districts Tutts Pills are indispensible they keep the system in perfect order andare q an absolute cure for sick headache indigestion malaria torpid liver constipa ticsjhand all bilious diseases Tutts Liver Pills JV BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 1000 V3 if 3t t4I I l p I The News in Brief r Itr 3 M44444444444444441 t Sulzsrs tor everything Fresh cakes at Sippels Pure cider at the Bakery X Order your fbh from Sippels Screen doors at Payne sit Gos Hale Deane was here Saturday Vegetables of all kinds at Sippels C Nice line of crash skirts at Sulzjra- 4v All kinds of fishing tackle at Sulzsrs A J Kalz of Louisville Is In the city j Ladles muslin underwear at Sulzera y Lowneya pure chocolates Sippels- fcj Screens and screen doors at Payne 5 V Cos Tfei will be plenty of peaches this jf year ffi II you desire to be prettily shod go to tSulzers P For results use the want columns ol the NEWS j5 Soda water an lice cream the purest fTf at Sippea 1y Mr0has May 8r spent Sunday in 1a Cannelton Misses and childrens ready made drees 4 i es at Seizers iY The largest variety of pickles can be had at Sippels 1 y CuBcadons cream strawberry and va nllla at Slppels h 1 J N Paxton of Pat nl1le was In f r town Monday 1M Mrs Jule Hardin was jn town Thurs r day shopping Yeaman Henderson was here VHarny iar v W 0 Blain of Stehpbensport was In rV I the city Monday vw Geoiga Baker of Owensboro was here v Sunday evening r4= Buy tht B B B brand of fertilizer 4from Payna Cos f Mrs Charles P Babbage returned to 4 Louisville Saturday InHawesvlllel iiNorthern early rose seed potatoes 75 cents per buat Slppels V I c The market report column of this S paper Is corrected weekly y Miss Mollie Goff who has been serl I ously ill is Improving slowly LuLaces and embroideries the largest f 4 line In tthe city at SugarsI fJ1 The celebrated B B B brand of fertil izerspld by Payne Gos Tom Blythe was the guest of his sister Mrs Tom Tousey Monday rJesseFallon and Charlie Jackson left Sunday night for Brazil Ind Frank Boyd of Oweneboro was the i guest of Jils parents Sunday Sippsl keeps the bestcheese IJoInza bulk goods carried at Sippals The rock crusher east of town will J v i a agive employment to forty men t t tNm MullenI of Owensboro spent Sun ifi day here the guest of his parents Jf2 0 F Mattingly went to Kirk Saturday t visit his brother J L MattinglyI titMrsALOelze and daughter Mis r Ethell spent Wednesday in Louisville Tom Bobler and John Corley took In v the excursion to St Louis Saturday night c Henry Wright of MtQuady was In the city Saturday enroute toSt Lo- uisIMO I Maggie and Julia Wroe are via helr brother Durward at Cham r If you haye anything to sell and want r to sell it place an advertisement in the Nkws Mr Tyler of Daviesa county was the V SaturdayYt At Remember Snteera when you get V TCreSiyf0 your spring carpets mattings NFOt andrugs oJ h MlwLIta Ford and Mr Massle of liar 0n dinsburgepent a few hours here Sunday f s evening y Owen Beaton left Saturday for Call V v forma to visit his daughter Mrs J T V f KlMBBn 1t i The National tobacco grower fertilizer Itt lIs the beat goods at L50 per hundred at lyneCoB j tif Sheldon Jarvis of Henderson was i 3 here yesterday llooking after his tobacco 1li 1InteieML f ri Stanley Allen the popular drummer t lor a Loulavllle millinery firm was here ldayl TI i Mw George Bentley of Hawmllle waa s 0 the guest other aunt Mrs F N DHuy WednesdayMrs D Brashear spent Suuday night bere on her WAY from Frankfort Owenaboro Misses Eva and Eliza May were the guests Of friends fin Cannelton Sunday and Monday David Brodie Is acting Deputy Clerk in the place of Owen Cunningham who is In Louisville Messera Stout and Riley of Louitvllle were the guests of Mr D V Wilson and family Sunday Mrs Mattle Walter who has been suffering with the grip tor several weeks ia some better They were accompanied home by Walter Oelze who has been attending school as GeorgetownProf B Maple attended the Teach ers Association at Brandenburg Friday SaturdayMiss Batt IS visiting Mrs J D Gregory Jr and Miss Georgia Graham in LouisvilleMrs Weatherholt of Midway vis sited her son Postmaster Marlon Weath erholt last week Farmers I your attention is called to the market report that appears In every Issue of the NKWJ Jacob Hoag and Mr Coleman of Ger man Ridge Ind were in town last work delivering tobacco Mrs John Clark Esarey Sr who has been visiting her daughter in Illinois has returned home J L Mason Lollle Keenan and George Lancaster took in the excursion to St Louis Saturday night R W Shoemakerand daughter Leotl Miss Allle Pettit of Rome Ind were in the city last Saturday Mr and Mrs Luther Richardson of Daviess cunty were the guests Sunday of Mrs Sallie Ycajjer David Murray Jr spent last week in Frankfort with his father Aest Adjutant general D R MurrayIMiss Lady Clarkson of Big Spring has returned home after a visit to Mrs Alice Brashear at Owenaboro Miss Jennie Green who has been the guest of Mrs George Short for a week re turned home Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Jim Hambleton moved into their nuw home the Gregory pro petty on the river Monday T J Compton of Webster went to Pierce last week to see his brother Oeo Compton who has been quite ill Mr and Mrs Ben Carter spent Sunday at Dukes with Mr and Mrs Forest Dunn Rehearsals for the Milkmaids Convention to be given under the auspices of he W 0 T U will begin this week T F Sawyer and J H WIlls had the contract for papering and painting T D Irelands house at Skillman last week Ralph Bingham who was much ap predated here this winter will Rive his entertainment in Hawesville May 18th Muses Ella Robertson and Mary Moor were in Brandenburg Friday and Satur day to attend the Teachers Association- J H Oareon took advantage of the cheap rate to St Louis Saturday night to visit his sons Percy and Ernest Carson The National Tobacco Grower fertil- Izer has an universal reputation of being the best goods On sale at Payne A Cos R D MGoe the engineer of the first fire engine ever brought to Otvonsboro died there Saturday April 21 of paralysis Mrs Eliza Webb of Louisville was on tho train Monday night enroute to Hawesyille to visit her brother Frank LanderJ Bramlette went to Louisville last week to buy material for a four room cottage he has contracted to build for Deputy Sheriff Will Gardner at fry melon Mrs W D Holt who has been visitt Ing her daughter Mrs Walter Rose In California returned to her home at Holt hnrsday The handsomest line of wall paper a- tGRANDMA HAD CONSUMPTION and I am afraid I have in herited it I do not feel well I have a cough my lungs are sore am losing flesh What shall I do Your doctor says take care of yourself and take plain cod liver oil but you cant take it Only the strong healthy person can take it and they cant take it long It is so rich it upsets the stomach But you can ta- keSCOTTS ZIONIt is very palatable and easily digested If you will take plenty of fresh air and exercise and SCOTTS EMULSION steadily there is very little doubt about your recovery There are hypophosphites in it they give strength and tone up tho nervous system while the codliver oil feeds and nourishes uc and 100 ill dnjjrfit SCOTT DOVNEdheml t Ntw York of BO REMEDY EQUALS PERUNA SO THE WOMEN ALL SAY Miss Husnn wymnr Miss Susan Wyinar teacher in the Richmond school Chicago Ill writes tho following letter to Dr Ilartman re sanding 1oruna Bho sosII Only thoso who have suffered aa I have can know what a blessing it Is to bo able to find relief in 1orunn This has been my experience A friend in need is a friend indeed and every bottlo of Iorn na I over bought proved a good friend to moSusan Wyinar Mrs Margoretha Dauben 1214 North CityWiswritesIthat pen cannot diwcrlbo it Peru na is everything to mo I Lava taken several complatntII good Poruna has no equal in all of the irregularities and emergencies peculiar to women caused by pelvis catarrh Address Dr Hartman Columbus 0 torn free book for women only n T F NawyerR that has Pverbepn offered In this city foqpublic Inspection 2Jca rolland up Mr and Mrs George Stormes and Mrs S P Chambers of Chambers spent Sat urday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs David Hale Jno A Harrison manager of the Cumberland T A T company at thin place attended tha dance at Owensboro Friday night Mrs Joe 0Y Bruner and son Garhnd of Preston and her mother Mrs Sue Roberts of Sample were in town Saturday shopping Mrs Frank Lander of Hawesvllln and niece Miss Mary Young of Scotland spent Sunday evening here the guests of Mrs Alex Boyd Miss Lula Harrington who has been upending the winter with her sister Mrs Jesse Weatherholt left Monday for her home atUnldraugh Miss Jennie Green FaIs of Rough was in Owensboro last week to attend the dance Friday night She was the guest of Mrs C L Applp ale Misses Grace Ferry and Frances Smith who are attending Jessamine Institute at Nlcholasville spent Easter with Miss Anna Brad Felix at Obllesburg Ohas Rush who has been here rEfill naptJJalaunchhis home at Brandenburg Sunday Mrs Marlah Webb of Cannelton Toblnsportnear Tobin port Thursday April 10th Mrs Georgia Seymour and daughter Mrs S B Mugnees of New Albany Ind have reached the city to be with her son Mr Joseph Seymour and family Cleanse the liver purify the blood in vigorate the body by using DeWitts Little Early Risers These famous little pills always act promptly A R Fisher Mr and Mrs G W Mullen of Owens boro who have been spending the winter at Palm Beach FJa have returned home They were accompanied by their daught er Mrs J Q Haynes Neuralgic paler rheumatism lumbago and eciatic pains yield to the penetrating Influence of BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT Price 25 and 50 centsMr John E Keith and eon Proctor took advantage of the excursion to St Louis Saturday to visit their cousin Han F Burch who holds a responsible position on the St Louis Globe Democrat M re Robert Nichols and grandchildren John and Pauline have returned from Thomasvllle Georgia She was accom panied by her daughter inlaw Mrs Tony Nichols and little daughter Sue LouiseRev W W Duncan formerly of Han cock county died at Hopklnsvllle at tho Western Kentucky Asylutn last week He was an aged minister of the Presby terian denomination and has been an Inmate of the asylum since August 30 1809 Discontinue Business Together Hardlnsburg Ky Special Drs Walker and H 0 Board dentists who hays been working together A year or more have dlesolved part nership Thodlseolullon was by mutual consent Wanted a Horse Ed Gregory L E M Co I Putting Ia Machinery Seymour A Yeager proprietors of tho Home Laundry ate putting in a new machine It Is for omestlc work and is one of the latest Improved BEWLEYVILLE Weather pleasant The NEW desirable Miss Lena Drury Is in Brandenburg Miss Krall was the guest of Mrs Pig gott Sunday Miss Mary Keith was made Secretary of the Sunday school recently Mr and Mrr Junius Foote have been visiting Dr and Mrs P W Foote Mrs Jamison of Oncnitboro was tie guest of Miss Blanche Jelly Friday Sunday was Roys time to go to Meade county Bab was the disconsolate one Mr and Mrs Coleman of Irvington came over to hear Brother Melt preach SundayThe Missionary society will meet Fri day nfiernoon at two oclock Dont fail to come David Hardaway was bidding his friends good by Sunday lie expects to leave for Dakota Tuesday Walter and Hubert Piggoit with sev eral of their little friends had a jolly time Saturday before Easter hunting Edsteregvs and in various other ways Good friends if you want to read something indeed worth reading buy for yourself To Have and To Hold The herplne is one of the maids brought from England by Sir Edwyn Sandys to become a helpmate to a Virginia Colon ist If ho who causes two blades of grass to grow where only one grew belore is a benefactor of mankind what shall we say for the quiet Inoffensive sheep that destroys any and al vegetation hi its reach Taking issue with my honored fatherand my own better hall who wish the pleasure of possessing green fields I suggest that they dispense with this profitable animal- I very much appreciate an invitation to attend the Musicale to be given at the College Hall next Friday evening the 27th which promises to be an entertain ing event The program found in this isiiie of the NEWS shows the good quality of the talent employed Miss Reynolds Mr and Mrs Jerry Gannne of Fords yule Misses Krall Mclntire Nora Hen derson Nannie Lee Jolly Rena Lewis Anna Crabbe Kitty McGlotblan and others take part So let everybody come and gut the benefit of something nice as well as help a good cause GOLDEN son Just as Good Whenever a druggist tells you he hap something juet as good for coughs colds grip etc as Dr Bells PineTarHoney he is thinking of his profit and not of your welfare Good druggists will sell you what you ask for and you can ask for nothing as good as Dr Bolls Pine Tar honey Good drug gists sell it FORDSVILLE Mrs John Smith is still on the sick list Miss Beulah Rush Is still visiting in HendersonMrs Brntulier visited Mrs Jack Harris one day last week Born to the wife of Albert Mitchell on the 14th met a fine girl Park hall who is atteatllng school here visited Sam Rush Sunday MM Jones of Rock Vale wife of Mr Buck Groves died Saturday night Sunday was a beautiful day and our Sunday schools were well attended The little boy of Jim Oiler who has been so sick forsometlme is much better Mrs Bcb Gillens who lives below Hawesville in visiting relatives in this neighborhoodThe who have been on a strike have gotten a raise on their wages and gone back to work again Rev Ratcliffe lectures this fifth Sunday night on tho Ups and downs of life We should All go to hear him The entertainment at the Hall Friday and Saturday nights was a great success with good attendance both times Sam Keown our city marshall is making a great inprovemunt in the looks of his property with new fencing The Baptist church is being enclosed by a new fence and there will also be an addition added to the building shortly Miss Laura Oiler and John Murphy were married last Sunday evening at the home of the brides father Mr D Oiler We wish them a long and happy life There was a smash up ecrapo close to Jim Roberts Saturday night Three men hired a rig from the livery stable got in taking throe jugs with them Wo suppose the jug overbalanced the wag on and all went Into a ditch horse in cluded Tho men escaped with a few cratches and a broken wagon A Single Facttt- Is worth a shipload of argument What shall be said then of thousands of facts Every cure by Hoods Sarsaparilla is a fact presenting the strongest possible evidence of the merit of this medicine Thousands and thousands of such facts prove that Hoods Sarsaparilla will cure all diseases caused or promoted by Impure blood It is the best medicine money can buy A Feminine Falling David what makes you call liquid air sheWhy when it gets started nothing can stop it Indianapolis Journal nn rMtNt9ty a0NtiOt- iiLWAN TSJs Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion FOR SALEUESIUEXCE F N after house of eight room Is In excellent repair tre lot epplytoJO11NpIIASIS LEOAL BLANKS IFon IF I OH SAIK Certificate in rirvant V Stratton NOTICE llrcckcnridgt Circuit Court V G HabhaKC an Administrator 1lalnIIT vs I signed Commissioner the Mreckenficge Circuit I GUS IIHOWNC n r c NOT1CK IALt ORSAIRRendenceofIt lnrtgssetandIIIJlIIHlJElJUDGEOFIIICET1T10 ApytoItItECKKNItmoi EOlliyIAnrllfirdwJnaroltsburgKY1quoGiven AIXMINISTKAIORS PKRSONS Indebted to J A Witt deccas either by note or atccunt will please acme fotwardand souls E A WJ1 T Administrator CROPS STOCK ETC Sheep and lambs are selling in Chica go at recordbreaking prices Tea has been successfully raised in South Carolina for about ten years The cultivation of rice is destined to be one ot the most successful of southern products Doe Beckburn a bay stallion owned by Mr Nicol was sold for 580 at the SmIey Horse sale at Lexington April 10 Sunny Slope California is the largest vineyard in the world It contains 1000 acres 735 of which are devoted to the grapevine and the remainder to orange lemon and olive trees Ison Dodd of HnrroJsburp sold a saddle horse to Bennett II Young last week to bo ridden bv Gen Gordon at the Reunion in Louisville in May Tho price received was S250 InIthis country In other words tho re turns are greater in proportion to the investment than in any other invest ment Florida Is on the verge of a big boom In tobacco growing There ore now 800 applicants for seed tobacco on file In tho Florida state deparemeut of agriculture and tobacco growers associations are being formed throughout the state NEWSoars COLUMN Devoted this week to the Prohibition Cause- DRUNKARDS ISAIAH 51 1 Woe to then that rise up early in the morning that they may follow STRONG DRINK that continue until night till WINE inflame theta JOEL 15 Awake ye DRUNK ARDS and weep and howl jill ye DRINKERS of wine ST LUKE 2134 And take heed to yourselves lest that any time your hearts be over charged with surfeiting and DRUNKENNESS and cares of this life and so that day come upon you unawares ST LUKE 2135 For as a snare shall IT conic on all then that dwell on the face of the whole earth- ROMANS 1313 Let us walk honestly as in the day not in rioting and DRUNKENNESS not in chambering and wanton ness not in strife and envying GAIATIANS 521 Envyings murders DRUNKENNESS revilings and such like of which I tell you before as I have also told you in time past that they which do such things shall not inherit the Kingdom of Heaven Como out next Saturday and vote right An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure and a bottlo of DALe LARDS HOREUOUND SYRUP used in time is worth a staff of physicians with a drug store or two included Price 25 and fifty cents Agents on salary of 1500 per week and expenses the greatest agent seller eyer produced every stock and poultry raiser buys it on sight Hustlers wanted Reference Address with stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind m mB PAD I DontiII I Obligate I Yourself ITo Purchase Until You Have Had the IOpportunity of Inspecting the I ligIost Variedd Line off GoodsG d it m So Essential to Every Housekeeper B I 1iK 1 A Wonder to all who have seen is thedis 1- gM r P play of Lace Curtains Draperies MatttH tings Rugs Carpets their prettiness ofr m Design the quality the price Your time M will be spent profitably in giving the line a M JIp thorough examination gSS rfe Should you be unable to visit our store in person we will take JJg N pleasure in telling all you wish to know by letter J- gI 1 SULZERSm PHONE 5RING 2 fe pj l1or ZnijI1ti31 tM l1 1 Iil i dJ LL 1k91ifiildtYt1 lvthl av+w lv lit1 l t1iht jet Ready for Spring 1 something right- Wo S- Hame Back Bands Plow Lines Bridles Saddles lnP lunorS Congo lot us fit SpringI work for Spring cleaning we Oils Ready Roofing Paint Wo showing complete of 44 HARDWAREin JYIAOE3INESHave used one of our Automatic Sewing Machines They are the housewifes dojight Make visitto our see one of them operate Then youll want pnp McGLOTHLAN PKJGOTT IRVINGTON KENTUCKY JIi I t St Louis Tho your father say lio saw mo yu In the hall last night 1 Was lie very Melissa Ami OIi no pa wasnt mad a bit It only made him sick so bo told inn Boston Transcript Senator Quay was knocked out of his place In the U S Senate yesterday by a vote of 33 to 32 opportunity ofiVicd to roll abo men Salary per and ex penses for man with rig to introduce our Poultry Mixture and Insect Destroyer in the country Send stamp American Co Haute Ind A horse is like a man He cant do good work unless he has to do it Harness him right hell pull right and plow keep S Traee Chains I you And kuop Paints and Mixed Paints and Floor are a lino you over a store and did when kissing angry Great good of15 week MIl Terre with and S and WHITES CREAM no IE IVY EjX a R aanaty rag S Remedies v TGkG26lT8Prearetlby flee- tPapplnlayWont HzraessICellars BO YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac maynntcI g strictly robabIYlftll1ntImunl 0 LatentPontlocnrlnlfPAeDIalAtl1nl8 reeelTtptnalScientific Hmerican eftculattonoranyselentlaeyean four months JL Sold by all nowtuoalen YorkBranch sy u w V F w t o THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 1900 = A I BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 1 1Current Topics UjrMra Hattit Qilnntll Isnt it tnnrvf loiu to think of a lecture being delivered in Cincinnati nud heard in New Orleans over the long distance 0 telephone Orvpnakine In a phono graph and even liMring and recognizing the voice I What will our children set Tranimittinx from the phonograph by telephone our graud patents would have pronounced a intraole The welMcuoim lecturer Albert E Hyde Uke tlie position that the pre vention of diewMe should be the crown- Ing science of the twentieth century What a vast difference there Iio now awl- twenty flvu years ago in the prevention and tho treatment of diaeaseaven aim pie cont ious difwaees and epidem Ice And tbiuk of the etridts in tugorj I With the publication of Jms Lane Allena latent workSThe listen of Law a uniform illustrated edition of his worke will appear including the Blue Gnu Kegion of Kentucky Flute and Violin Other Ken tuoky Tales and KomanctB Ken tuckv Cardinal and After math sec ond part oft Kentucky Cardinal We are proud of Jamas Lane Allen as we are of John Fox Jr I have received this week from a friend who spent some time at the Worlds Fair two tiny but valuable lila toric souvenire One is a piece of root chipped from the remains of a bilige thrown acrOllaswampluan old forest by tht Kauuiui in the year 4 II C The second is piece of woo J from the boat used by Oracu Darling in her heroic resent of nine p nons out of 47 souls on board a wrecked steamer on the coast of Northumberland on the night of Sep tember 0 1838 A section of this Roman Bridge and tilt entire boat were exbi its at the Fair Many persons Lot Inteicat ed in such thing would not remember them but my friend is a collector of rare t and htatoriu souvenirs for his cabinet hence his interest Tliesu mementos L arc minute but I prize them t rt Woman is a natural conservator anJ rthisis being verified by the attitude of l women in many places in striving to preserve the forests of tne country In jSMinuceota near the head waters of the F Mississippi is a beautiful trac of laud which good women are trying to save t from the ax and saw An association f has 1een formed to induce Congress to r make this tract a National Park and protect the tree and birds the fishes and wild animals The Senate and t r Washlugtonrpower many of thorn lage beautiful tracts of viigm forests and give them to the people ol i earth those here now and our children and those who shall conic lifter What a pity for Euuh spot to become worth less and unsightly tile genie destroyed and the homes of the birds and aniwale rendered uninhabitable We are glad that strong anti excellent men and 4 women are pushing thlu eubject a historic sentiment against money John 4Ruskin acftiMt Jay Gould d a The American Woman In the Marks at Iiaci by an American Mother III the April Ladle Home Journal should bo inreully rend and studied by every girl I lothlJrIl mother fihu in ghctd home husband or children lor anything in lilt and who 1I goiss abroad leaving tho husband to drudge fur thIS mouny which she spends having R HII exrtiit tin boyV eciooling or one diiuihteriibtuil 1 OH for remainiug away from liar hu bud a year or more Tneren only one flolntion lack of true coijiig l Nlleottun and spiritual nflinity Title HIut AmerieNti MotherI ilplorea bow rapidly the inatinct of motherhood is dying out among our women aud the nUIUbtr of chililkes hoinfl In the Uuil llniulrt of our Itutlli g Aintrlcan fain ilies ISVH btcsme cutset ill liD last de- cadeI Tins viv nil know Our gmiul mothers knew little d logic Edeuc arts per apu but they wore true mothers and never lull they were not tent here to fulfill the sacred tlllcu ol wife anti mother Marry the right man the one- to whom you me drawn by nflitmy and you will tmlorua the IVuluitat All plays upon the since should con tain some lemon of courage or chivalry some moral effect should be carried out Themta siiould be made from the old eternal motives that guide our lives al ways the same and always diy rging A dramatist has a great responsibility and should reallza it Ills plays certainly do Influence the public for goad or III They should set forth the fine aud worthy in life rather than the despicable the clean and beautiful rather than the ugly the noble and Inspiring rather than the vcr verted Our lives are all dramas We are all playing our parts on the stage just like Mansfield or Marlowe We are nil leaving wrlttenjfive six ten or more I acta In plays as Edmond Koetand J M Barrio or Mrs Francis Hodgson Bur nett In a broad sense the lessons are all aa great No audience especially sum mooed sits at our feet but the curtain toes up just tho same and la rung down r just the same The Intensity the pleas ures tbe suffering all all crowd rn the stage and in the plays as a lesson for good or HI How many of us who have read Rostands La Samaritaino Imvn not been stirred deeply where Jesus forgives and comforts tho penitent wo man Ohthat we all might take that much of a drama as a lesson I In Cyra no do Denierac the pagi a of Cyrauon death stir tho profounJcat emotions And what charming lyrices the play eon tameI Sa do our lives if we were morn sensible to the fact There arOl sag t triumphs In our own daily yearly Ilvis Just as Victor Hugo knew or Shakes pear j flesh and blood reilzitioim we but knew it To conquer some uflktll propensity in our own hearts ti deur mine to live more for others and in prove it is a new era in our lives just as Cyrano de UcnrniRe marked It nw era in the dratui Life Is only a Tt gled Drama at last Listen I Thesi word are from the pen of an inspired Apofit of God There ari Apostles now and Iinspired ours just in whan those twelve followed their Leader lie who Is orthodcx iu ductrine arid ceremony may be all right but lit that has tbe soul and mud holy alone is good It wore butter to stump a spiritual pattern on one roof than to p r ensue a thousand men to ray Lord Lord or to adhere to some little dc trine We should alt bear in mind that the Kingdom of God is within An atmosphere of sacrifice purity love a spirit or unselfishness is the evidence from an external point I believe the friendship which existed between Jesus Mary Martha Lazarus and John gave a new character to inauy otiera and today makes friendship more beautiful than ever Friendship with one who lives right gives a new character ts the soul and causes one to aspire to better things We can all have so many enjoyment so many pleasures such sweet friend- shIps and yet commit no sin do no evil break no coinmmidmont anti keep all the Beatitudes Our Saviour loft tIre Jordan came forth from the shadow to attend a marriage feast A delightful epihode in tIle life occurred at this feast and at once proves that ocal offiirs and earthly friondahipa wore sanctioned He came to the rescue of entertainers and converted tho water Into wine showing sympathy with the houiehold and obedience to ills mother S thoughtful so kind so courteous on this joyous happy occasion I What a lesson for long faces sticklers and cold Chris tians PELLVILLE We have a fine prospect for fruit of all kinds G I Miller has been very sick but is better now Adam Hawes has bought and received 170000 pounds of tobacco William Jett who has had an attack of bilious fever is improving Prof T D Hale has been appointed census enumerator of this district Miss Lou Crenhaw of B lltown via lied her uncle Miley Long last week Miss Jennie Patterson is teaching the best spring school we have ever lied here Mrs Dr Lancaster who has been In bad health no long Is thought to ho some better W W Spencer expects to leave soon to accept a position as inspector ou till L lItSt L K It A great many of the farmers Imvn planted some corn but none are through on account of the late Bpriiig The Ilardlu boys aie trj lug to get a post olllce at their store about 2J wilts above here It Isto be called Oben Ed Hunter who has been in bad h alt i so lung is at his mothers bed fast nearly blind and not expected to livlougWalter Wilhltu has routed his shop to John titt Clalr and will move to Habit this week where he will engage In black smith lug Mrs Crow of Herbert was buried at Panther creek church Monday of last week She was the oldest person In this country According to her own statement slut was 103 Horn to tho wife of James Berry on last Sunday night a fine 10 lb boy Jim Is a progreislve farmer and as this is his tlrt the neighbors hind to sit up with him several nights W H Shipman Beardsley Mimi under oath says he suffered from dvs pepsin fur twentyfive years Doctors and dieting gave trilL little relief Final ly ho used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and now eats what he likes and as much us lie wants and he feels like a new man It digests what you tlltA It Fisher No onu can accuse the NEWS of being a yellow journal While other papers are cutting and carving about the Frank fort affairs and tearing to pieces the administration crying trusts Bryanlsui and expansion and grumbling about their government generally the NEWS continues to give the people each week a whole churn full of good wholesome reading matter good advice to farmers good advice on temperancemoralityand brotherly love It is improving all the time being now one of 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and s fnr points on rordsville branci Train J 34 cr4 run dtiIv Trains Not j HI 4 connect alllVlBKtlln with Main Itae trains 41 I i 43 and 4- gLOUISVILLE nu EKVILLE MAIL COIncorporated Fast Passenger and Freight Steamers TABABCON TELL CITY E G RAGON ROSE RITE A- MBELLEVUE I THROUGH RATES TO Lower Ohio Green and Barren Rivers Cincinnati Madison and Upper Ohio River For rates schedules and other information address GEO H WILSONSuperintendent 0 E HYDES G F and P AgentLouisville Ky SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR STOCK Quick Time Close Connection low Itat- esGREGORY H 4V 4 Co- IUMBE1P IDoors Sash Lathe Shlnglca Lime Cement Hay Mixed Feed Fcrltllur Stout Wages R B Ktofiog J I PAINFUL PERIODS NO MORE 1MRS GEORGE OSMUN of Belvidcrc Warren Co N J writes Suffering as I had front weakness irregularities anti backache forevcrnl years n release from this suffering was a blessing Obi bow I wish more s7erivg woman would accept yourhind offer and bo relievedI There is no need f6r women to suffer Mrs Pinkhatus advice and Lydlu E 11 Pinkhams Vugotablo Compound w111 relieve them MRS IDA PETERS Milan Tenn writes II DAR Slits PINKHAM When I wrote to you the first time rtking your advioo I was a great BiiSeivr Menstruations were Irregular some time a week too soon and then a week or two late and when they appeared wen very profuse great iiuin anti tenderness In the bowels pain in HA S Cedar Street Owosso writes Nearly ago asking advice regard health so suffered menstruation backache received you tellingnervous do advice recommending Lydia Eo JUSb Finkhams thank God for destroyer CHENAULT MfBsrn Hi and n wia U hto npnt last week with tet Missea UB Mrs B F Gilliland Preston WHS the guest of T D Urodle last Joe Gllliland Preston ted Mrs J D Broiiie last Thursday George Fryinir who has suffer ItiL with rheumatism Is much improved Several from this aid attended the funeral cl Rasie Morgan laet day Mr Abe DmneU our popular has his now house very com pletion Mrs Bennett will on a new line of millinery gooda in time Jail and Misses Coy Mitchell and Mattie File Derby Ind visited Miss Bessie Cunningham last Millions Oven Away It is certainly gratifying to tire public to know of one concern iu the laud who are afraid to he generous to tire needy and suffering The proprietors of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds given over ten million trial bottles great medicine i and have satisfaction of knowing it has cured thousands hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarseness and all diseases the throat chest and mugs surely it Call on Short Haynes druggists and get a trial bottle free Regular sze COc and 1 Every bottle guaranteed or price refundedSHILOH Wheat is looking well The prospect for fruit Ihi g Lonnle Hull will Uuuh school it Union Star Bill Cart who was badly burned last winter Is improving Mrs McDonald has returned from a pleasant visit to her parents at Curdt yuleTide section Is improving Va sawmills within a radius of and a telephone line In contrtii pall111 I I Jesse Pnyne of LodibiUK and Blanche Basham were quietly married at tho home of the bride Wednesday April 4th J Bandy spent Easter with ner daughter Mrs E A Kistam at of Rough She also visited her nolce Mrs Robert Weatherfordat Harned W Carter of Ashboro N kidney trouble and OUR bottle of Folaya Kidney effected a peiftjct cure and be says there is no remedy that will compare it Moorman Owen FALLSOF ROUGH From another correspondent Mary Peyton spent two days at Glendeane recently Mr Henderson Peyton and Iris Jennie Green attended the entertainment at Glendeane Friday night Apr13- tb Mr Brack baa visiting his parents at Short Creek Ida Frank Is visiting at Mr Franks to the wife of Mr Morgan Saturday April the 8th Wedding still ringing The Leltcbfleld fishing party has re turned home anti limbs Icncorrhacu all tho I WM weak and nervous anti had no appetite 11 urn Injf and choktny sensation my throat I rlechod your iP1Y wid followed all lust iuct und nt W Lain cured I owe my reccvuy till to Mrsf rinkhaiu3 advice and her wonthrrrIl rcmcuio ELLA E BRBNJJIR Rochester writes I been thankful u thousand times since I wrote to you for what Vegeta blo Compound has done for me I followed advice carefully now I feel llko a different person My troubles were noire headache nervous feeling pain ful menstruation and leucorrhoca 1 took four bottles of LydIa E Piuhhims Vegetable Compound ono box Pills one package of Sanative Wash nnd am now well MRS MAGGIE P STINE Berlin Pa writes 6 I suffered terrible backache in the email of my back for about seven years and could never got any thing to me I several physicians but found no help I have now taken three bottles s of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound und feel like a different woman MRS 124 Mich I three years I wrote to you In to my from painful and was I was miserable dizzy and I such a kind letter mo what to I followed anti I now nm Vegetable Compound I this pain Mn Mrs week vis his sister been Mr Tues mer client near have a short see them week not have away of this the of of are cured by toil the fall have three three miles Miss Mrs Ellzi Falls ThPS Chad Cure with Miss Mack been Miss Mad Born a bry bellaare bocK time in your ia East Ohio have your your anij back tired of New have with help tried faint from your Remarkable Cure of Rheumatism KICNNA Jackson Jo W Va About threw YrR HBO my wifr liad an Httack cif rlienmntipm which confined her to I r bed for over a month and rendered her nimbI i to walk a step with out FBxMtancHI lies limls bcliig cwollen in doubl their normal Biz M 8 Maddnx insIsetionI nyusing Cbatnher lains Pain Balm I jarcha ml a fifty cent bottle and used It Recording to the directions and the nixt rnnrnmg she walked to breakfast without sistance iu hay nmnner sail ehn him not hart a similar attacksiceA B Parsons For sain by A R Fishier Cloverpott R A Shelloian I Stepbennport llarnuiui Hxcnve P T Bnniuins propunitty for prnctl cnl joking began early to assort Itself Once a man Will on trial In n local court fur u small inlsdcnicnnor Learn ing that ho hall no money to hire n lawyer Itanium ofTmd to conduct his do foiiHC With great noluinnlty ho made ii Itugtliy pica In which ho virtually nccnsiHl lila clientI of being guilty of halt the crimes on the calendar und lug with n recommendation to the mer cy of the court on tbe ground of un sound mind TIre man through escaping with n merely nominal fiuntuuce was furious nlf tho trick that had been played on him lie was finally appeased by liar nums explanation that he lund pre pared n defense for two different cli ents anti had In his case delivered the wrong pica Maltland Leroy Osborne Iu National Magazine THE AIR WE BREATHE An AvcrnKe of Ont Cable root Con iiiicil Kvcry Two Minutes Stan wants but little here below Is an axiom which applies markedly to tire quantity of air which Is necessary to support life It Is estimated that when u man Is at rest he consumes 500 cubic Inches of air every minute an al lowance which at the first glance ap pears large It Is however absurdly small when we consider that at this rate of con Btiuiptlou It would take a man D days nnd OVfe hours to exhaust the air In a small room 10 feet square and 10 ftIt- hllh i Any form of exertion however greatly Increases the consumption of air Thus If we saunter at two miles an hour wo require just twice as much air as whun sitting In our armchair and at tour miles an hour nothing less than 2300 cubic Inches will satisfy us Taking an average consumption throughout life of one cubic foot of air every two minutes we reach some very Interesting conclusions Thus an hours supply of air could bo contained In a trunk G feet long 3 feet wide and 2I feet deep In a tIny wo should exhaust a small roomful 10 feet long 7 feet wide and 10 feet hlglr For a years supply we should require a reservoir or ball 100 feet square and a shade over 20 feet high and tho supply fora long life of SO years would bo contained In a largo ball 1000 feet long COO feet wldo and 42 feet blgb Chicago TimesHerald Unredeemed flank Notes It frequently occurs that officials of national banks retain tbo first notes Issued by the bank as souvenirs It theso notes are never brought Into circulation and are never presented to the government for redemption the government Is that rngpn richer Tho records of tho redemption division show that tncro has not been an In stance since national banks were first organized where the entire circulation of any bank was fully redeemed and there Is today a considerable fnnd In tbo treasury to that account Boston Globe Kentucky furnished more soldiers Confederate and Union than any other state according to population- S sa t f Kirks i New Store f New Goods At prices that will surprise your purse e Everything in doI G c FIGroceriese Q S S FURROW G Kirk v fpLa r 1 Spring i MillineryMy and a ready for inspection The entire line embraces all the newest designs New Hats Bonnets Tam 0SIianters Sailors Walking Hats The nobbiest i assortment o- fRibbons and Plumes the of Slephensport iopporluni oj Come while the stock is fresh and pick your Spring headgear Mrs Ella Wellington Stephcnsport Ky L u N E WOOD A M M O ProfitChicago Medical and Surgical Institute 017 LaSallo Avenuo Chicago II- IEstabllihed In ChlcuRu over twenty years Regularljr chartered under net of Illlnoli Legislature Capital fully paid 8100OOO The oldest larRcst mot reliable anti sue tonsfal Medical Institute In Urn V S- fritate rooms for 1atleuta with facllltlM far any emergency XIlny BIlcroRcoplrnl and Urlacoplca Eininlnntloiu are made In All cases whenever diagnosis U doubtful Wrlta for free Hook on Deformities and Ilracei Club Feet Curvature of the Kplnc Ilronohltli Catarrh Cancer Tumors Illm ParalysIs Epilepsy Kidney lllad lcr Ejc Ear Skin and Jllood Ul cmeH nnd ull Sup Clcal Operatloni lleI facilities appuratui and remedies for the successful treatment and cure of all Obscure or Chronic Diseases We absolutely guarantee to cure every ease of Nervous DoCility and diseases re suiting from abuse and Intiarrcthncs cl Youth and Manhood Spermatorrhoea Sem inal Weakness night losses and vltnl drain In urine Impotency Varlcorvle hyde cele Stricture 1hlmosls etc etc Charges acreptlNoU unknown tons 10OOO testimonial letters on mil from cured patients Many cured at home Consultation free and confidential personally or by letter Write us today SurgicaliJ4ascs HUGHES TONIC Palatable Better than Cab mel and Quinine THE OLD RELIABLE Excellent General Tonic aa well as a SURE CURE FOR Chills and Fever IT NEVER FAILS Just what you need at this Season MUd Laxative Nervous SedativeSplendid Tonic Guaranteed byyour Druggists Dont take any Substitute 50o and 100 Bottles BANK- QF j HARDINSJ3U1tG 1 B F BEARD President WILL MILLER VIceFreeMenf M H BEARD Cast W G W BEARD MORRIS ESKiilDGE R M JOLLY DIREOTS t I fINTERESTf Best dsl1j Ii BEST FOR VERSII I aremm Ii arei1mm- I they want in their i I own town will haveI w 1 the satisfaction ofI 1 being pleased by I sending an order to jlj- lII mi m G DITTO i 1910 BROOK ST r 8LouisvilleL J Shorthand Penmanship Etc taught BY MAILFull courses 25 cash or you can pay 100 OR 200 PER MONTH I schooIwhich iIs used in THOUSANDS of nubile and private ichoolt Including the public schools ol New York and other large cities The LEADING tystrm ol StatYoI little Qradutes tsslslfd tIs posttliu SPECIAL SATES TO Tibia WHO SEND FOR CABALOOUES AT ONC SCHWARTZ SCHOOL 3333 West JeKenon St Louisville K J S H Hunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month withCasper Mil May Co- OANNELTONIND News and OpinionsOF National Importance THE SUN ALONE CONTAINS BOTH I Dally by mall 600 a year Dally and Sunday by mall 8 00 a year The SundaySuff Is the greatest Sunday Newspaper lac the world Price 5o a copy By mail 2 a year I Address THE SUN New York P WINRTcMerchant5 d Tailor j vV JV Suitings I v 111 and Repair Work A SPECIALTY Locatedat M Hamman Sons old furniture stand CloverporiKy7jp 1 PAKR II- 51Sv II I Mls I ZI 5 1 1 y THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 1900 7 CUSTER Willis Li wson was III last week N Tho merchant Ihen ate doing a good business1ftllBlRosa D Haulaway will visit Ler Bluterf Mrs Haynes at Uartield soon iViliJn Johnson Qraadvlnir wai thei gutet of Mr and Mrs 0 P Haidawoy re CAn f1lfHB Munlo and Lillie Miller Bg Spring attended the wedding at Ouster onthe 8th of April Mr John Morgan and M16s Dacia Bus haUl Yen quietly married at the home of the bride at Ouster Sunday April Sib Rev 0 Priest performed tlia ceremony August Flower It is a surprising tact says Prof Hbutqu tbnt in my travels in all parts of tbo weld for the Inot ten jcam I have met more people having users1 Greens August Flower than any other remedy for dyspepsia deranged liver and stomach nndfor constipation I find for tourists and saltemeu or for persons filling office positions where headaches and general bad feelings from irregular habits exist that Greens August Flower is a rand runedy It does not injure the rystem by friquciit un and is ex salient for sour stomachs nod indices tloq Sample bottlea free at A II Fhdipre Sold by dealers In all civilized coun tries f A BUCK GROVE i JiBeaviu ban been suffering with chilllt JK Wbeatlev was in Hardln bur last week Madam Rumor says there is to be a wedding soon Miss 0 E Beavih was in Gleudeano last week chopping Frank Deane was around last week taking tbe school list J A Nowby spent two days with friends at Long Lick recently F G Beavin one of oursucctssful farmers is through planting corn Plies Olaa Bfiavln was the guest other aunt Mrs itose OConnell last week Mica Maggie Beavin has been visiting bet sister Miss Lizzie Baavin at Kirk Miss Alice Beavin entertained a num ber of guests at her home Sunday April 8thMisses Clara and Daisy Play were the guests of hisses Mary and Clara Beavm recently Miss Sarah Nxwby has been visiting friends and relatives at Uardlnsbufg and Long LickI Free of Charlie Any adult suffering from a cold settled on the breast bronchitis throat or lung ttrpublea of any nature who will call at tR YUi Fishers will be presented with a temple bottle of Boecheea German Syrup free of charge Only one bottle given to one person and none to children without order from parents No throat or lung remedy ever had such a sale as Boscheee German Syrup In all parts of the civilized world Twenty years ago millions of bottles were given away and your druggist will tell von its success was marvelous It Is really the only Throat and Lung Remedy general ly endorsed by physicians One 76 cent bottle will cure or prove Its value Sold by dealers in all civilized countries Magazine For Bachelors Seeing the popularity and real benefit to womankind in mstttra of etiquette and necessary Information bestowed by the numerous womans magazines two en terprising western women are publish ing at Chicago the Bachelors Home Journal This periodical contains a geartto heart Talks with Bachelors De partment a Vhattodo Page and Paz jr Corner the standard puzzle being Helton Button whos ml the button The bachelor presenting the button at the office will get the magazine free for ten years v This venture may prove disastrous to the female cohorts by making the life of the bachelor no easy and pleasant that he will neglect to end his career of single blessedness so we would suggest to the ecitoM that they add a matrimonial agency to counteract what evil Influence the other departments might exert Spreads like Wildfire When things are the best they be eome the best selling Abraham Hare a leading druggist of Belleville 0 writes t Electric Bitters are the best Belling bitters I have handled in 20 years You know why 7 MOt diseases begin In disorders of stomach liver kidneys bowels blood and nerves Electric Wttors tones HP the stomapb regulates liver kidneys and bowels purifies the blood strengthens the nerves hence otwM multitudes of maladies It builds np the satire system Puts new life and jlyot into any weak sickly run down SoldC5M life laterM- tDri3Moeae has sold his Interact ia tbe drag firm pTHoremea Pppbam aYiagtoa to bid partew Austin Pop- perS BathoflheeeyeanSeaseare gn weUluiowNi 41iA = h h n n I M p m X PHOTOGRAPHED FROM LIFE SQUIRREL DENMARK 515 A S H R Bred byJohnSteeleNicholasville Kyt foaled property of W W Adams Lexington KyW A Dickinson of Trenton Ky one of the best saddle noire men in the State describes him as follows Dark Bay 16 handsLhigh the finest finished and biggest natural styled stud thing For n sire of high class fine finished big natural styled five gaited saddle horse I never owned his superior I never saw a colt by him that was not a high class natural styled and five gaited horse PEDIGREEHIS FIRST SIRE Red Squirrel53 was exhibited in 1887 at each of theII following fairs without n defeat as the best saddle stallion any age and the sweepstakes saddle stallion mare or gelding Harrodsburg Lexington La tbnin and Paris Ky Meeting with no equal in Ky he goes to the Worlds Greatest Fair StLouisMoand there wins as the bestaddle stallion any age the best utility stallion and sweepstake saddle stallion mare orgelding He has proven a most phenomenal sire his produce winning many of Kentuckys noted prizes and selling af prices from 500 to 3000 SECOND SIRE Black Squirrel 58 He and his produce are too well known to need further comment It is sufficient to say his fee was 650 cash the highest of any saddle stallion in thcVorld THIRD SIRE Black Eagle 74 Sold as a yearling for 730 Proved the greatest show horse that ever lived He sired Black Squirrel 58 and King 750FOURTH SIREKing William 67 Was invincible under saddle in show rings He sired Old Artist 75 and others of equal fame King Williams I Warwick is an English Hackney imported by Burgess I3ros Wenona lit is dark bay 16 hands high and weighs 1400 pounds As he stands square ly on the best of legs and feet with head erect anda rched neck his bold self possessed appearance conveys an idea of power and courage and his promptness energy docility and endurance combined with the best of action com mend him for usefulness as a park horse eastern saddle horse carriage and roadster possessing all the qualities of the Morgan with greater I more size and better action I The Hackneys are very compactly built horses with short backs close coupled strong in the loins and chest well ribbed out long sloping quarters which gives them that superior high knee and hock action Hackneys have been bred in purity for centuries for courage endurance and action and im part it to their progeny stronger than any other breed in the world For carriage coach and saddle horses in the east they command long prices 1000 being very common Henry Fairfax of Va with his Hackney Stallion and 24 of his fouryearold colts out of common Virginia mares sold in New York in the fall of 1896 for an average price of 995 And to bring it nearer home by W H 16 a ears a age he the in be to be is by 16 an first dam Queen 48 the dam of Diamond Denmark 68 I athama Denmark 6 FJ5FIFTHrings and takes rank as the of sires SIXTH SIRE Gainea 6t Sold Ci years old for i76ba Proved not only a great show horse but the greatest of saddle trackingdirectF S Pint dam Miss Black Time dam of 895 that sold for 1800 at three years old Hy Montrose after a career in Kentucky was sold to Mo where he met equal fame t- He again to Kentucky and stood nt 50 a season until he was put to death by on account of extreme old age Montrose first hun by Imp Glenco Second dam Nellie by Denmark at 64 as above 7WARWICK 136 1311 horseI I geldingforThese were out of Kentucky bred snares and not much if any better than ours In Hudson Bros April sale in Hackney type horses from 250 to 810 At the National Horse Show in New York in I 189495 over 10000 was paid in for Hackneys while only 700 was offered for Hays French and German coach horses At the show 1885 over 3000 was given to and only 150 to the other three breeds largefairdud a demand breed Hackneys out of from ponies to The time has come when all the buyers want some thing good and it behooves us to cater to their wants and breed to the best in reachWarwick sired by Bataplau 2 236 by Freedom Dam 985by Rifleman 2241 r by young Doctor Synrax u u I NOTEIn offering this stock to the public I dont claim the best to any in Ken tucky but think it is as good as any in reach of us and last year 877TERMStook in five coup- ties I believe begets and would not a breeder with or weakness Squirrel Denmarks colts are beginning to drop now and have not not a sad dler and all have the great style and finish of their sire with EUREKA Bred Pugh Logan county Ky foaled June 1896 black and white points hands high with bone and foot Percheron horse has the best of head and and splen didbodyWhen little better developed and more will bring remarks from best jack breeders Kentucky This jack must seen appreciated He New Forest hands high and dam unbeaten show jennet perhaps greatest Denmark Denmark progenitor SEVENTH SIREDenmark Delmonte successful returned chloroform Thoroughbred Washington Louisville brought premiums Cleveland combined Philadelphia Hackneys combined growing Hackneys everything Percherons T like like buy like Warwick 1000 1000EurekaColts to stand up and suckle Money due when facts are known or mare traded PREMIUMSBest colt by Warwick 1000 Best colt by Squirrel Denmark 1000 Best mule by Eureka 700- I will give 7500 each for premium mule and next best at colt show Mares pastured 150 per month and tried regularly Accident at own ers risk SHORT HORN BULL CALVES FOR SALE 6 W LYDDAN Ijrvington Ky Awake To The Use Of Ink Cloverport merchants did a good bust ness 8 tiinUy Farmers from every section went In town and buying goods hy the wagon load Oar morchants should offer an indnotrnent by the judeclout us of printers ink which method would make tliie point the grtatat trading cxiitrr lltteu Loultt vllio and Oirenaboro Palm In theJBack A D Farrlngtoii Constunig N Y aye I wastrcnhifri eevrralyears with kidney dlaraae and nnflirpd sV vcre pains In the beck I used Foloye Kidney 0r1re sad one bottle cured m + I recom Wend It to ry friends It has given IMrfiOt MtifHftion T ku no iuheti I lite Xoorm an dr Outfit XraUe Paitv Aa XraIIt lPotrlaii euior the btntlt of the wuMrry find was a ttottl ratertaiiuiiant given lIy lni tell eM at Unlontowo recentlr Attar LiSrlppe What 1 generallsdinaI and Tar la gnarantrHl ht cue tin grippe coughand mP YI1 strong atitl wen Moorman k ov n Relief Pr lulls Thfl OTcraaMnt In mlkrranlemtnU to charter a v aeeltto tt pro vWeaa nd medicine to tlt tnl rUB of Imdla TlieJIWIlor of tilt Cl Iiallj Her ail kat been Intrnmrntn iin Fleeting tin atone Plated Mealier lnTon Tbefreatethealer of njodirr times is BanaarJSalTs for Cut wonnds aoree pl 4andll skin diee BK Jt ii truaran te d Moorman A Owen A New Industry A new indwtrr which is in Us infancy is the iaanaactnra of Lich trade of from rice straw wliith product bee been using as wade by tho thouMtnthioftoae Lajflrippe COIIKlt often curlinue fo- rmontlrand sometimes ItmtY to fatal results after the patient is supposed to Lavejpwaed the danger jpoint Foleys HOBOY and Tar aliorda positive protec non and security from Ithis congh Moorman A Owen WORD FROM MISSOURI Ceo U Paul ShoesJfAICar Load Of Horses For South Africa Every Week Uorge II Iaulof Clinton Henry ownty Mo lu renewing his fuibicrip tlon to the Naw writes an i ntoresticg loiter lIe speak of Gin UI1Il Squire Wm Paul who Iii still haV aril hearty the aps of eighty yarn nndr ills sis ter who it with hlmUa ln M mt know when they will return to their od home nawloV111E fMrPaulig a competent blackamith and shots a car load of horses every week for S lilat A Sou who ship them to South Africa A Horrible Outbreak pjOHnrg tfree on my little daughters bPdeveloped into a case of Maid head writes 0 D Isbill Morganton Tenn but Buoklena mules 8alv completely cured lint Its a lijuaranteed cure for Eczema Tetter Salt Ithruin Iluiplce Sores Ulcers and Piles Only 25c at Short d1 linynes TAR SPRINGS Miss Maguie Bates of Iltgali fa on the sick list- Mlsse Elelo Pate and EfBoIIpmhlelon were the guests of the Mistre Newman last Sunday Mre Mase 1IR kiDS isvibillnglierpar ents Mr and Mrs Lew Pate Frank Stotler a farmer who ban been living near Tar Spnne for 38 yenrp moved last Wednesday with life family to Evans ville Ind- James Taul and wife nee Bessie Oram i who waved tolEvansvllle eome time ago are wall pleased with their new home The marriage cf Mr Itocco Lulie of West View and MIw Flora Walker of Mattingly was solemnized at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Uar din W lker April the 12th- OarBalltownJcorreepondent has moved away We miss his bright newsy letters and hope helwill continue to write from his new home There will be preaching at Pisgah byRevwill be admlnstered to three candidates Miss Oblora Miller daughter of Mr and Mrs Low Miller is teaching school at Balltown We wish her success The Beat In the World OoughRemedyweeks ago we suffered with a severe havIngand other papers we purchased a bottle to see if it would affect us It cured ustbefore the bottle was more than ball used It la the beet medicine out for colds and coughs The Herald Ander t sonvllle Ind For sale by A R Fisher Oloverport R A Shellman Stephen port r- rhr + r rC 7 r r t J 8 THE BRECKENRIDGB NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 1900 t WNNNNNNNJnWNiNNlNNNMWNNlNNmHaWNNNNHNNINffl 1 Hoods Sapsapapilla Americas Greatest Medicine T y + J Best that Money Can Buy II u u u u UuRWnmMwwIwmwNfnwOW1m IRVINGTON David Hiirilaway leaves for North Dakota soon Mr Rudd tint lively insurance man is working this town now The many friends of D G litrollfro gret to bear he bas typhoid fiver Mr and Mrs Keys went to Lodlbnrg Sunday to eeo their per nte Pierce Haulaway wild hero to John Deane a sue pair of tuuUp trf X400 Mrs lUduian has goon to L miif ill for a new supply of millinery goods i Owenehuroif Tho young folks were peaBnutly en l tertained by MtH AJa Smith Friday evening j lire Will May of Olovttrport was here Friday nod Saturday to see Mrr Itaoijy and Mrs Odder Perry Weaver made a short vWt loses his wife and Mr Washing nus family Haturdayaud Sunday Mrs EfHe Richardson of near Ekrou k is visiting her mother and father Mr and Mm Dave Henry I Dick Hmlawmy the stock buyer for this JIcl shipped tome very fancy hogs and cattle to the city this wtmk I The most desirable building sites now i for sale in the town of Irvington art h uwued 0 R B McGlotblan On the Hill r Mrs D C Heron is the right woman in the tigjt place Sbe offen flowers to tltcoraie the lunch boxes to In Old Frt I day night f returnedfMcGlolhlan very much unproved in t health Mr KnbtrU and brothers have pur chasedI the last one of those bMuUful building Iota in Woodlawu and will build there on very soon Mre O F Redman Lee a nice line o millinery at reasonable priwi She w itcits theptronageofall thu tadlee earl invites their inspection MiM Ada Beard and others from liar diaiiburK make very faWiionable olli on their Irvingtau friends arriving and return U4 ou mtue traillII Father Herbntb Fitzgerald of Oweiwooro and Father Bray Cloverport Weru the guests of Fatuar Meyenng on Tuesday last You will find that tatty and stirring littl milliner Mrs Ittrbnau at Jolly Cains store She is always ready andI willing to suit the people with her line of goods Mrs 1U wee who has been so closely t coulineJ to tri with a sprained ankle la improving uuu we trust we I nhall soon Stm her juuiling faee in its ao tustouieJ place The paiatenj and paper hungers are areIthey All the houltekllepllnl are pro paring for soma epaulal occatiou hence the demand fjrtheai Jf- cThe Misse Corbett and Nevitt cordial ly invito all to call They have just re turned from the city with a new and well selected stock ol millin ery also the very latest stylo in dressmaking j Mrs Minted is atjlioms after a most delightful stay with friends and relatives in Louisville Mrt Miutea has purchased her househoiill goods and will open a no ARPMt41rbt4uA4tr14 ttt5t4tttA4VRbuNkNrkIM4144R11414414- 44111ti D vt ss IN KENTUCKY Dodlc tPiI tn J IP siotHtt J II Stewart and others They are groat upon a straddle In Kentucky The long fnca is in the g In Kentucky snddleiiAll the olden times Has been mixed so ibypocrncyi for both sides they tried to smother In Kentucky Through from silver they have wandered They were not for the gold standard I But to everything they pandered In Kentucky 0 they are a lot of odd fish They Where are In In KentuckII Is beyond all human knowing Though they do such lusty blowing- In Kentucky They were addled badly addled In Kentucky So all things they deftly straddled- In Kentucky They rained such a lot of thunder That they filled the world with They did In nothing Kentucky oho but wonderii Whats the matter with the great Have they In got Kentucky too many menii In Kentucky l Theres Carlisle cannot bo trusted Jo Blackburn is badly worsted And poor Brcckonridge is busted In Kentucky Still they have some pleasant features In Kentucky They are not much stuck on preachers In Kentucky Theyve good horses fine blue grasses Hare old whiskies buxom lassos But in politics theyre asses In Kentucky CLINTON TEX Nov 28 VG QGaDaaoaaaaD rpfirst class boarding house veiy soon Success to you lire Mintee Grand DramVle t n tIiiriigynl tertainment to be hnld in the College Hall under tho auspioies of tho LadleI Aid Society of the Dsptht Churoli Do not fall to attend this delightful enter talmninl A delicious lunch will be prepared by the ladles whose fame in the culinary department Is wide spread AdmiiBlon 10 cte C H Keverkords of Evansville lad was here Saturday hunting good general utility horses The people here have that kind of n horse but do not cato to part with them at themnall prices off n d The horse raisers of this community are awake to the fact that there Is a growing demand for horses consequently they are raising that kind Open Air Meetings Open air temperance meetings will bo held nt the railway depot tonight tomorrow and Friday night commencing at seven oclock nt which all voters white and colored are earnestly invited to be present Good speakers and good music will be provided In almost every neighborhood there is byChamberlainsI Diarrhoea Remedy or who has been cured of chronic diarrhoea by the use of that medicine Such persons make a point of telling of it whenever opportu nity offers hoping that It may be the means of saving other lives For sale by A R Fisher Oloverport R A Shellman StepheUHport aria Chills 8 t RcoeJe I1AKE5 fMAKES 1 = I =bJltyt IIr atJU z THE BEST PRESGRSPVIOM IS Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic1 The formula is plainly printed on every bottle hence you know just what you arc taking when you take Groves Imitators do not advertise their formula knowing that you would not buy their medicine if you knew what it contained Groves contains Iron and Quinine put up in correct proportions and is in a Tasteless form The Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine drives the tt malarja out ofthe system Any reliable druggist will tell you that Grove is the Original and that all other socalled Tasteless Vjhill tonics arc imitations An analysis of other chill tonics shows that Groves is superior to all others in every respect You l arc not experimenting when you take Grove sIts superiority been established Groves is the and excellence having longr the entire malarial sections ofonly Chill Cure sold throughout the United Stater No Cure No Pay Price 5oc i HARDINSBURG r Born to the wife of Marvin Beard April 21st a boy John W Miller from Louisville was her Tuesday Circuit Court will convene the second Monday in May W J Dockery McDaniels was ia town last Monday Kendrick Rhodee McDaniels was in town last Monday Miss Irene Board was in Ltuisvlllo last week shopping Deputy Sheriff Gardner of Irvington was here last Monday Mies Mamie Clarkcon went to Louisville test Sunday evening Mr John Kennedys little girl died last week with brain fever Dr J T Baker has moved his ofllcu over Traffic Hobens store Dr McMtillen of McDauIels was here last Thursday on legal business Mr aud Mrs 0 L Beard spent last Sunday at their farm on Clover creek Miss Ida Gardner and Mr Lon Hall entered the B N College last Monday Mr and Mrs Irvin Payne have re sumed their former residence at Harned Mr Mattingly the photographerwont- to Glendeaue last Monday for a short stayCounty clerk Owen Cunningham has gone to Louisville for a stay of two weeks Drs II 0 Board and T D Renfrow have formed a partnership in the dental businessMiss Macy of Garfield was tho guest of Miea Allie Witt last Saturday and Sunday Mrs R N Miller loft last Sunday morning to Join her husband in Indian apolis Ind Mies Rosa Moorman arrived from Cloverport last Sunday to visit Mlles Lena Hensley The M K Church South Sunday School will celebrate Childrens Day the first Sunday In June Joseph Jarred and afew other parties came up from Clifton Mills last Saturday to attend the Witt auction sale Col Chintz Royalty has been at the Falls of Rough several weeks doing a big lot pi surveying for L Green Louis Ditto returnedlast Saturday from a few days visit to Danville Ky Mr Ditto is prospecting for A business out lookRev F M Putty organized a Sunday School out ut Mount ZIon I lat Sunday and appointed it G Butler Superinten dentMrs M D Pumplirey of West View ia quite low with consumption and at this writing is not expected to live but a short time It Is still hard fora good many oeople to become accustomed to the County Court being changed from thr third lo the fourth Monday Patrick Tieff is trying to buy the R K Miller properlY Mr TieiT owns a good farm near town but he wants to quit farming and come to tows to live Mr L A Foote of Bowleyville was hero and spent last Saturday and Sunday Mr Foote contemplating a trip to Texas some time in the near future Norman Hensley came up from Cloverport last Sunday and spent the day hero with his mothers family Mr Hensley has a good position with tho rail toad people at Cloverport Mrs Iva Dowell was hero Monday from Rosetta and filed a suit for divorce against her husband George Dowoll 111 treatment is alleged as grounds for the divorceSome of our kin folks have recently moved into Hawesville We were at Hawesville a bout twenty years ago and we understand that nothing very start ling has occurred there since Mr Frank DeHaven who lives one mile and a balffrom town was here one day last week and while walking around fell on the street In a faint He was taken to the hotel and soon revived He had complained for several days of not being well The Witt auction sale began last Saturday and the goods went off at close prices Mr Barnes posed as the auctioneer and the crowd took a good deal of interest in the way things were sell lag All of tho stock will be disposed of in this way Some people can get more good news from reading the advertisements in a newspaper than others who try to read everything but the advertising matter People who read advertisements closely always find something to benefit them if they know how to handle it The Hardlnsburg bus carries moro people to and from the trains than any other vehicle around here and still Mr Blythe says it is not a paying investment It meets all the trains and there is no better accommodation of this sort in any of the towns along the Texas road There Is not much public improvement going on In this town The big ware house of B F Beard Co has kept the carpenters busy for some time but that being about completed there Isnt much ahead for them Mr A X Kincheloe has purchased apiece of ground out near the B N College and will likely build on It some time daring the year You would be surprised at the number V V Ever have them Then we cant tell you any thing about them You know how dark everything Jlooks and how you are about ready to give up Some how you cant throw off the terrible depression Are things really so blue Isntityournerves after all Thats where the trouble is Your nerves are beingpoisoned from the impurities in your blood Yfr3sar- JftPftfillBpurifies the blood and gives power and stability to the nerves It makes health and strength activ ity and cheerfulness This is what Ayers will do for you Its the oldest Sarsaparilla in the land the kind that was old before other Sarsa parillas were known This also accounts for the saying One bottle of Ayers is worth three bottles of the ordinary kind 1100 i bottle All dtaulJtJ VJrlto tho Doctor aJJ you any complaint whsWrer rt beit medical adrlca you can poiilbly rccelre write the doctor freely You will receive a prompt reply wIthout roit Addreil- Dit J O ATElt Lowell stare of new buggies that go out of this town in the spring and summer months The season is just now opening up for them and It will be hotter this year than it was lastt The dealers are Hook Miller Co B F Beard Co and J 0 De Haven Sc Co and all of them do a pretty good business in th c sale of buggies and carriages Otto Korb Grand Chancellor K P Boonville Ind i says DeWitts Witch HfizelSalvw soothea the most delicate skin and heals the most stubborn ulcers with certain anti good results furew piles and skin dienkes Dont buy an imitation A R Fisher IN MEMORY Of Florla Dowell Daughter Of fir Arid Mrs Mack Dowell Who Died Friday April 6th God in his wisdom has seen fit to re move from our midst Floria Dowell the eleven year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Mack Dowrll after a brief illness Her happy face will be greatly missed by her relatives and friends Site has gone yes gone furover Oh tin hard for us to beat But tis jiy to know in heaven She will be an angel1 there A precious one from us is gone A voice we loved is stilled A lipmeWhich A FBI END WEST VIEW Fishing has began Mrs Jennie Harper is on the sick list Mrs Mary Pumphrey is very ill at this writing The wheat crop is looking fine in this vicinity Mies EssaMatthews visited at Hardms burg Friday Clint Drano of Louisville Is visiting relatives here Miss Minnie Smith is visiting Mr and Mrs George Pile Corn planting is the leading thought of the farmers now A vast amount of fertilizer has been hauled past here lately Rev Davis preached a very Interesting sermon to a large congregation the third Sunday evening The Sunday school people entertained the public on Easter Sunday with a long and well rendered program Tho pupils and teachers deserves much praise for their faithful work On the J2th of April Mr Roscoe Laslle and Miss Flora Walker were marrIM at the home of the brides Rev Davis of ficiated The couple are very popular young people and their many friends wish their wedded Ijfe a happy one Married at St Louis Miss Jessie Tollver and Mr George Mendall were married at St Louis Mon dayApril S3 Miss Tollver spent sever al weeks here last fall the guest of Mrs manyfriendsMr and Mrs Mendall took advantage of the excursion to St Louis to get mar ried r- a GLENDEANE M D Pnmphrey West View was here SaturdayJohn went to Owensboro Sat urday morning Jack Howard Fordsvllle came up Sunday afternoon Miss Hannah Pile spent Saturday at ber home at Mook Pierce Hardaway a Bewleyville bust ler was here Thursday Guthrie Tucker of Book was tho guest of friends here Sunday John Pile of Mook was hero Friday delivering stock to RobertsonBros Joe Mattingly has purchased a valu able horse saddle and harness qualities perfect Dave Mattingly and wife of West Viewvisited at Joe Mattingly s Saturday and Sunday A call at the Mattingly Hotel Satur day night Music dancing enjoyment all tire class MM Mary Coleman and Miss Inez Philippe both of Aetnayllle were guests uf Mrs Dewees last week W R Moorman has the boss plant bed in this section It took ten dollars worth of canvas to cover It John Deane bought a pair of mules from Pierce Hardaway Bewleyville last week Consideration 300 Ed Cary recently married will move to Arkansas this week where ho and his wife will hereafter make their home Miss Mary Moorman and tobacconist 0 W Moorman were visitors at W R Moormans and at Judson Owens Satur day and Sunday The Rev Mr Rutledge will preach at Goshen next Sunday This is not hie regular day but as he expects to miss an appointment soon he gives an extra day at this time A crowd made uu of Misses Ollie Hoe kins Annie West Rose Haffey Lulu Rhodes Alma Mattingly Ada Matting ly and their escorts and others went to the Falls of Rough SundllYe Wm F Bczarth employed by an Evansville lumber firm will be at home this week for a day or so Next month he will go to Georgia for three months work in lumber inspecting Clint Westerfield and Miss Matilda Oiler both of this place were united in matrimony the 10th the Rev A L Os borne officiating She was tastefully at tired in white while the groom wore the conventional black Mr Stum Edward Swett Paul Demps ter Eddie L Moorman Heber Well born Mrs Swett MiesesLutie Moorman Daisy Deane and May Dempster were in Fordsville tho last of the week to witness the plav given by Fordsville people Nothing but praise comes from all who taw it- BLOOD POISON CURED BY B B B Bottle Sent Free to Sufferers Deepseated obstinate cases the kind that has resisted doctors hot epriig3pat eat medicine treatment quickly yield to U B B Botanic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for 30 years B B B has cured such indications ae mucous patches in the mouth sore throat erup tions eating sores bone pains itching skin swollen glands stiff joints copper colored spots chancres ulceration of the body and in hundreds of cases Where the hair and eyebrows had fallen out and the whole skin was a mass of boils pim plesand ulcerethis wonderful specific has completely changed the whole body in to a clean perfect condition free from eruptions and skin smooth with the glow of perfect health B B B is the only known perfect cure for Blood Pols on So sufferers may test B B B and know for themselves it cures a trial bot tie will bo sent free of charge- B B B for sale by druggists at SI per large bottle or 0 large bottles full treatment 5 For trial bottle address BLOOD BALM CO 316 Mitchell Street Atlanta Ga OAK GROVE Fred Price has moved to Lewisport Mrs Hannah Coans little son is quite 111 0 H Moorman went to Dundee Satur dayElmer Haynes of Patesville Ili visiting hereJoe Coon spent Sunday here with his family Mr Benie Jackson had a log rolling Friday Oharley Isomof Patesville was here Sunday ThnrqdayMrs CharleSj Corle who has been quite ill is Improving Willie Downs sold his tobacco at Owensboro Thursday Dont Be Fussy goodthingmeans to attract attention We say right out and mean it too that Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin will cure every J case of Stomach Trouble It will stop I any pain caused by Indigestion j It 1I knocks Sick Headache by attacking the cause of the Complaint and airs you to digest your food no matter what yon I eatj WAR TO THE DEATH Pests of the Poultry Yard Must Go I + s American Lice Destroyer Kills Mere Mitesii Lice and Other Vermin In a Day Than all Other Remedies r Combined The war is on I The days of lice arid ltbeiand1 American Lice Destroyer is the proper 1 ammunition to use I This preparation is J l wonderful in its power and vermin can 1 fnot exist twentyfour hours after it is ap k F plied to the coop or fowls Every poulftryman needs it It is cheap reliable and effective one package being suffi cleat to protect 250 fowls from mites and lice for one year When the Destroyer I is used profits at onct increase Lice l and vermin do morn to kill profit than all other causes combined You knowtIit Dont go on losing money every DestroyerYou out success but if this fails you can have your money back We are in this fight to stcy and will back Destroyer againstiany number of mites or lice you may have Dont fool away money with lire cipes or homemade make shifts Use scientific means The American Life Destroyer has been used by thousands of poultrymen it has been on the mar ket several years and has been tested thousands of times We know it is all right and if it doesnt do the wgjfir remember jou get your money backr tgistt It t fi Ind w MAYFIELD MIRROR i L A Chandler who has been connect ed with the publication of the Mayfleld Mirror for some time now has the en tire charge of that thoroughly uptodate i semiweekly having bought out the recent i owcer Lee Elmore This paper Is one of the best in Western Kentucky and in politics is thoroughly democratic PROGRAM musical Entertainment At Irvington fThe following program will be r renrdored i1 Piano Duet Swlected Miss Mrs Piggott Krallff 2 Vocal Solo erenadeDe Korea Miss Henderson 3 Recitations A Wynkenand 3lynk en and NodB Owl and the Pussy Cat Anna Crabb Reba Lewis 4 t 4 Piano SoloLoreliaPerry MW r Mclntlre lie Recitation Selected Mr Ganane 0 Piano Solo The storm at Sea 1 OriginalMiss Krall t7 Vocal Solo Soug That Reached My Heart Jordan M IBS Munford fi 8 Piano SoloPolka Boheime Ru bensteln Nanalee Jolly 0 Vocal Solo Selected Miss Rey nolds 10 Happy Birds Hoist Miss Clare Krall 11 Dramatic Reading Birth of Christ Ben Hur- Arranged by Miss Krall a Scenesa On the Housetopb The Shepherds of Judeac The appearance of the Anjelsd The Find lag of the Christe The Simple Men never Doubting Kiss the Hem of thetMothers Robe Perfect digestion is tho only founda ton for perfecthoalth The food we eat makes all the blood we have which In turn feeds every nerve muscle and U sue in the body HEROINE quid flbf the appetite aids digestion gives tone and vigor to all the functions and insures good health Price 50 cents First Visit In Eleven Years Mr Albert Lisbon of Hamilton Ill is in the city visiting his brother Mr Charles Llshen Mr Lishen Is a farmer Hithasundertakings This Is his first visit In eleven yeata and many improvements are noticeable 4 to himlireH L Stader returned Tuesday after a pleasant visit to friends at ViM i1 Grove JI1 HOSPITABLE BRANDENBURG trlct Teachers Association tfor the nbea Elisebethtownin i The meeting of the distinguished hotly WM Immensely kmunltyLltchfleld took an active part TbV courthouse was lull at each seseUk ands number of visitors beside the teachers attended Mrs Wllhite aRitbr fromv755aiaidI rendered twe k a 41arselections ifnf liu i 4 OBelmVBe hebaabeB4B AUie ijl 4- t her palmlsWays But one son iMftk theJitWtats u y yP