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Tv T J w Lt J J1t qi r 1A1I 1I lilt J J 18 PAGES t r I j56COLUYNS- t I II R Ia vS r MOTH ii- l i The Summer Courtship Mary Darnell And Alexander McLean In The Country PAR L MEADE COUNTY 1 4 Since the notable dale May 1st 1803 when as every child in the land knows George Dewey of Vermont won hli tau els and became the naval hero of the world the name Dewey lies been eynonymoua with brava bands trium phal arches endlees pro eEeions and newspaper copy At ono lime or another every uewspapertnChrietendomhascon tamed a detailed account of his lIfo and victory and even sheets of small pre tensions have exhibited to the public gaze his uniformed likeness on their patent backs Thus does fame servo a man Norle It he alone whose every actevery costume and every ancestor is inspiration lo paragraph and editorial grinders but i every one who bears his name or shares his home or In any way partakes of the atmosphere of glory that surrounds him is given his full share of interest and newspaper space Just now the name of Mro Mildred McLean Dewey is brought pronvnently did4made her an easy mark for distracted v news gatherers and it la with a feeling of rtfA pride that we chronicle a bit of her moth + ers early life and romance It is to tho h excellent memory cf Mr John E Keith t off this place that we are indebted for I the facto of the wooing of Mary Darnell e by Alexander McLean for he was but a boy of seven years when he eat on his 4 grandmotberfl lap and witnessed the sea 1non which united the parents of John IMcLeanI springtime Haven the Meade Far that out Into the was sent from 1 Cincinnati to raise her and on this boat was the young and handsome captain Alexander McLean Many hands were I needed in this undertaking and youths from the vicinity hastened o asiiat Lee Darnell from Garnettaville was one of the foremost to Offer his services whicb were Immediately accepted On Sun day a party of young people drove to the river to see the unusual operations being conducted there and of this party was Mary Darnell the beauty and belle of the community with her faithful J swain now the father of- c June McGhec of Brandenburg The partywa Invited on the boat where they were introduced to the gallant captain by Lee Darnell k The soft dark eyes and the glow of red k lay tIthebrown hair of this handsome conc j1 try girl attracted the admiration of Mr J McLeanand his attentions to her on that t first afternoon were but a promise of the y ardent wooing that wee to follow t Alexander McLean returned againr and again daring the summer A fine tsbo a good fisherman and a tireless 1 deer hunter he won the friendship of all the young men of that section es pecially of the Darnell boys whose guest 1 be became From his bomeln Cincinnati he brought the most modern flrearmsand i expensive fishing tackle and ho was they first man to Introduce cane fishing rods f In the county He was a man 6ff much magnetism and it was no surprise to her Y frlenaawhen It was learned that be had 1 E persuaded Mary Darnell to become his Rite IRutthe moat successful card played byIbis lucky young man who seemed to hold handful of tonmps was the con 5sent to his suit and the cooperation of Y Mrs Darnel the ruling spirit of the r family Sog neralfwa U known that this lady was the bead off her house tI1t jWdtbe stronger mernbef of the mar e i I aotparlance the aaiati Diraell was f AMI tot Dr Mil lin eyldeaoeI th- atI iL IfMl kid preaerVed kit maiden I ifM wflLMknr strong phatacterli jHcslii aittag ker fortunes with those r ttbt a UliU Wt HBaMbhloos Mr iDflnifU Whatever ofJere whatever r 1- 1l THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS II7yoLDWEYS ERINLAW GARNETTSVILLE controle of justice and whatever of ambition jIs inherent in the character of the present Mrs Dewey can be traced directly to her grandmother Darnell and if there be aught of weakness or of falea Judgment can wo not put tint blame on this meek and mild old grandfather who Ticked the strength of character his wife pot eeise 7 The courtship of Alexander McLean and Mary Darnell hated the summe through Miss Dirnell was a splendid norse woman and on her handsome dark bay horse with two reins and about forty buckles on her bridle as was the fashion fliun and her lover by her side she wan the envy of the feminine por tlon of her circle Mr McLean was not so good an equestrian an thee country boys but at walking shootln and love making hiatqualwas yet to appear on the scene The marriage took place in the late fall Every neighbor and friend lot miles around was bidden and the bounty and excellence of the wedding feast was in proportion to the hopes and hap pl ness of bride and groom Immediately afterwards Mr and Mrs McLean left for Cincinnati where they established their household gods Two children John R and Mildred came to bless this union endall the wot Id knows the rest of the story FORDSVILLE Items arc Bcarco this week Lon Johnson wont to Owensboro Sat urday Lulu Jones visited MorJue Rush Sun day evening j Next Saturday is the day we elect our ecbool trustots at Fordsville There was a good attendance at Sunday school Sunday for such a warm day Jack Harris and family visited the family of John Miles Saturday and Sun dayMr Jordan Pierson an old settler of the Royal neighborhood died Saturday nightDr Matthews went to Dfanefield Mon day He la the mtnera doctor at that place Tho Editor of the Miscellaneous hIs moved his press back to his old stand tbe poalofllco lover Head Jess Crow Will Poole Sam Rush took a spin on their wheels Sunday morning to Oak and Mitchell Springs Ed Wright who has been working for some time for the Howard lumber and tie company has gone to work for the Deane tie company iiA little son of Worth Smith of Leltcb field was brought hero Thursday and burled in the cemetery The childs death was the result of a dog bite The Baptist people are making prepa rations to have childrens day at tbe church soon and also a childrens pic nic They have not yet decided where the picnic will be held Fordeville is a hustling little place Saturday was quite a gala day with a crowd coming and going all day Store keepers and milliners were kept busy from morning till night We only have three milliners here Big Pair This Year Owing to the fact that Owensboro will have no fair this year Henderson will make an especial effort In that direction Tblsatr will beheld September 2C29 icluftlve and will be the greatest one Byer heldthere J I Carson Prothonotary Washington Pa says Ihaye foaad Jfodol Dye oae i iniofatbtnactitr biaat4 haveode- rived great benefiVtre li fete fdl lIeeta what 7oa9ia4 4 oastot faii io care ARFIshwv I v i e J ECUMENICAL CONFERENCE Miss Tula Daniel of Hardlnsburg Is A Delegate To This Jreat Foreign Missionary Conclave In New York HARuiKtBUKO KY Special Inter eating Utters have been received from Mies Tula Daniel of this place wlo IIs In attvndance fts 41 delegateat the great Missionary meeting In New Yrk ThIs meeting will be known in history as one ol tfiu two great nioDumijntM events of nineteenth century chriitianltj he othe being the great twentieth century move uieut for ducatlon Mho Daniel1 nays she cannot begin to tell the half but the St Louis Gobi UiinHcrat will Klvd you ExPreeldent Harrisons address as honorary Presi dent at the opening session ThIs address alone nill give to the aver rgichurch member morn information and real food than they can digest in quite a while Six hundred mlaalnnRrles aro In atten dance besides delegates nod visitor How can anj church member afford to b j igut rant of a work ol such Impcrtanre and majiiitudi Tilt uiiuutfs in two volumes havo been reduced to 100 and nollvu raifsionniy society can afford to be without them Dont fail to read President Harnaona address MBS V G B Clonneu the liver parity the blood in vlroratfl the body by using De WILts Little Early Risen These famous little pills always act pronptlvAU Fisher POLITICAL SITUATION Mr John Keith Is Questioned On The Sub- Ject By St Louis Editors Mr John E Keith was one of the men from this place wh took advantage of the reduced rate to St Louis While in that city he was too guest of his cousin Mr Ben Burcb who is telegraphic editor of the St Loiils Globe Demo crat Mr Keith had the pleasure ot being shown all over this large printing plant and of meeting its abls editors who questioned him closely at to the politi cal situation in Kentucky The gist of Mr IKeltha remarks on this subject were published in one of their issues of last week WEDDING ANNOUNCED A Popular Brandenburg Couple Beall Qrlnnell and Miss Bondurant To Be Married In May BKANDENDOBO KY April 30tb Special The marriage of Dealt Grin nelland Miss Annie Bundurant will take place at 4 p m May 20th at the real deuce of Air and Mrs E Dondurants There will ha no invitations except to the Immediate relatives and a very fow Intimate friends Annie Is a very hand some sweet excellent girl Beall is a dear good boy They are too young perhaIIP but have been sweethearts long enough to know each others die position Marry for kve and work for riches PLEASANT MEETING Mrs Alex Heron Entertained The Ladles Reading Club Thursday ofMr Alex Heron one the most enthusiastic end popular members of the Ladles Reading ClUb waa the hoalecd of that clubThuredfyafternoon Though her horns is In the suburbs there was a good attendance and the meeting was one of the most interesting of the series This club will ba entertained at the home of MreLD Gregory this week Great opportunitytimed togood roll abe men Salary 6P15voer week and ex penses for man with rigto introduce our Poultry Mixture and Insect Destroyer in the country Send stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Inj Dellaven Estate Settled The great Jacob Do Ha von estate which encouraged hopes of riches in many of his loving heir In this state a few years ago has been divided Frank P Stacy of Philadelphia befng the prln cipalbenefictary This large property bas been In litiga tion more than hundred years Mr Stacy was a young railroad clerk with a salary of 50 a month until his income waa charjged to 50 A day by the outcome of Ibis lawsuit fUaailiChas Keplogle of Atwater 0 was inabletovork on aceOunt of kidney KldueZCurenan Oxen C COBWEBPARTY Misses Lillian and Virginia Rhodes Give aBrilliant- Entertainment MISS SUSIE ELDER THE NEXT iIOSTESS 4 BRANDIKBLRO KyHIECIArThA- jecp lon extended th + X V cjuhqn last Thursday evening by Muses Lillian and Virginia Rho les at their pretty hill eida home was ono of Ot very swellest afMra ever given in this community Nothing was left undone to add to the pleasure of the zitThe Brandenburg orchestra discoursed dance music for those who wlnhnd to indulge while games and piano music were indulged in by othsrs The ver anda and lawn were brilliantly lighted by fancy Japanese lantern The parlor WAS closed until all the guests hAd ar rived when it was thrown open for the unique mystic game of Cobweb Each guest Imd a string which was wound in doors out doors over hill bush street under rocks into uses till the end wee reached for till souvenir Bud Etherton found the rlnloa Benedict in a year Bud Price found nauGhtpoor fellow a bachelor for aye an1 aye What a world of fun it made Then came the march for the dinning room in couples Hern a veritable fairy sceno awaited us Airy filmy lace curtains looped and festooned with ivy myrtle and honeysuckle potted plants looming flowers soft mush with beautifully decorated tables with covets for thirtythree At each cover were sweet violets geranium leaf and pretty nourvenir pin Ices nndn variety of cakes were served Dancing games conversation and mtisfc wound apa jnost delightful even ing long to remembered Tlioee pres ont were Misses Susie Elder W D Ashcraft Mary Lewis Begs McGehee Bess Lewis Roy Wimp Linnie More man Will McGehee Mabel Hardin Eugene Fontaine Ethel King A 0 Burton Mitydee Pusey H K Ditto Annie Bondnrant Dealt Grinntjl Minnie BlanuWBud Etherton Florine Anderson mud Price Sallie Burch Lee Ditto Mary L Haynes James Bon durant Lena ievilt Uan Willett Fan nle Phillips E C Babbcge of Clover port Lillian Rhodes James Llckerstaff Virginia Rhodeo Dr P H Nevitt Mr and Mrs Fon Rhodos and Mrs H B GrInnell honorary member The next afternoon meeting will be with Miss Bailie Burgh May 8h Miss Susie Elder is the next hostess in order for the evening reception in May Thero will be two evening entertainments in each month of June July and August Weighing The Mall The wsrk of weighing the mails in Kentucky and Tennessee was completed last week No figures of the result offf- this can yet be shown but it is known that the weights exceed those of four years ago when they were last weighed The process of weighing the mail required an extra forty of men on all the nail traIns and lasted sixtythree days It was for the purpose of securing estimates the the contracts with the rail roads for carrying tho mall for the next lerfijd of four years A Pleasant Outing A pleasant outing was that enjoyed by the teachers of the Cloverpdrt High School Saturday and Sunday at the borne of Miss Ella Robertson at Glen deans The party composed of Misses Ella Robinson and Mary Moorman and Mr Rowland accompanied by Margaret Moorman drove to Glendeane Friday afternoon They were joined on Satur day by Prof W B Maple For The Spring Races Beginning May 1st tbs Louisville Evansville Mall line on account of the Spring Races May Festival and Conted orate Reuntonr will sell round trip tick eta for 2 70 good until Juno 8th to Te amon I W H fihlpmab BI tdsl yMlnp under oath says he suffered from dys epria for twentyfire years Doctors and dieting gave but little relief Final tybe used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and Jiwets whathe likes and as much fie- he wants and he feels like a view man Itt digest whafcyou eatA Fisher FOR COUNTY CLERK It Is Believed That Burrel Beard Will Soon Announce Himself For This Office Every one in the county knows Burrel Beard He now lives In Owonsboro but has always held his cltizinshlp in Brck enrid o where hilt record as a Rpnbli can la an open book to be read of all men Ho bas always anppoitd his party with his time and means and has never asked his tour ty for any office so far The one office hi has tilled was giver him by state ofll iers Mr Board is a staunch temperance man riot having tasted liquors of any kind for more than two j e Ul It has been wbippwred about and from the tone ofa communication the NEWS has received from him we feel free to stah that Mr Heard contemplates making the race for the Breckenridge County Court Clerkship Knowing this mana record as we do we fuel tit tt he would do credit to the office should his party see fit to elect him NOTICE REPUBLICANS I llAnuiNHiuno KY April 30 1000 You are hereby n quested to meet at your respective voting precincts on Sat urday May 12 1000 at ockck p HK and select one precinct committeemen to serve on the County Committee for the next four yearp also on Monday May 14 1000 at 2 oclock pm meet at the Courthouse Hardinaburg in mare convention and select delegates to our District and State convenions which nueton tho 10th and 17th of flap 1000 respectively The precinct committee men selected otSaturJnyta meetings are ri quested to meet us at the CourtHouse Monday May 14 h 1000 at 1 p m for the purpose of reorganizing tbe County Committee ALLEY R KIKCUELOK Chrmn CLINTP HOOK Sicy A TRIBUTE OF LOVE In Memory of Rosle H Wood Who Departed This Life January 7th 1891 Tills is a beautiful world with sweet flowers and trilling notes of birds but when the death angel visits our homes and takes our mothers away from us everything seems sad and lonely It has been nine years three months and fifteen days since our darling moth er departed this life and no one except perhaps some other lonely orphan knows what sad months I have spent in those long years I was with her but a short time for I was only eleven years old at the time of liar death Our only consolation is that as she cannot come to us we can go to her- On my twentyfirst birthday April 22nd 1000 1 was nicely enter rained by sotno young people but I could not keep my mind from wandering back to my mother who used always to cook my birthday dinner It seems to me that if I could only see her today I would be the happiest person on earth When we leave this world of sorrow Whoa we leave this world of care At home to mnther I will go And dwell forever there Walkers Tonic aids nature in tho relief and cure of all diseases arising from disorders of thojBraln Heart and N rves It is a Dajbritfodi Heart Tonlcand Nerve nourishmnnt REDUCED RATES FOR MAY For trains leaving Cloverport 510 nm anil 048 a m of May 3rd 10th anti l9th round trip tickets wilt be sold from Clo verport to Louisville good returning two days after date cf sale for 2 20 On may 14th and 15th and for morn- Ing trains of 10th round trip tickets will be sold from Cloverport to Louisville good returning May 17th for 2 20 Bound trip tickets from Oloverport to LouIsville will also be sold May 3ril to 10th Inclusive good returning May 21et fur S205 Agents oil salary of 31500 per week and expenses i the greatest agent seller eyer produced i every etock and poultry raiser buys it on eight Hustlers wanted Reference Address with stamp American Mfg Co TIme Haute Ind Protracted Services The protracted meeting at the Christian church which was postponed on count ot illness in the family of the aator RpvDriekelir will h gln Sunday May 13th In packing your valise for a trip do not fall to put in a bottle of Dr Bells nilPain A change of climate diet or water tften derangesthe stomtch or bowels which is instantly relieved by tthla whnderfu1 Pilnkliler r 1 5 i- to r I 4w 156 PAGES COLUMNS I QDR 46solutely Pure IIL Made from most highly refined and healthful ingredients Assures light sweet pure and wholesome food Housekeepers must exercise care in buying bak ing powders to avoid alum Alum powders are sold cheap to catch the unwary but alum is a poi son and its use in food seriously injures health t ROYAL BAKING POWDER COtoo WILLIAM ST NEW YORK WILL NOTCEASE The Defeat Of Local Option Has Inspired Temperance Work ers To Greater Efforts PLANS ALREADYFORMULATED The election held by time local option opponents Saturday April 28th in the first and second precIncts of the Clover port magisterial district retulU Pin a poll of 283 votes with a ml j rarity of 70 against local option This is the firet defeat endured by the temperance people Owing to the busy season with the farmers who could not all get in to vote and the great number of negro votes in these precincts the result was not unexpected Much electioneering was done on both bided for many days before the election Tim WUTU with their staunch honorary members met at the Metho dist church Monday night to review the situation and make plans for further work It was decided that a rumon stranca should be prepared to prevail upon the city council to refuse to grant saloon licensa pending court proceedings which will be instituted at once Law yers have been conferred with and the legality of this election in two out of the three precincs in the magisterial dis trict will be questioned Stricken With Paralysis Alfred Miller a prominent farmer of this county living near Hardlnaburtr was stricken with paralysis Tuesday morning as be was getting out of bed lie is between sixty and seventy years of age and his condition is considered very critical Notice To Teachers The School Board of Oloverport will elect teachers for the ensuing year school to begin about lit Monday in B jptember on the lIt Monday night In June All who wish to apply for positions in said school will do so In writing to 0 E Llgbtfoot Chairman Ilovorport Kv Done by order of the board R O WILUS Secjr Job Work done on short notice Call a IIe r r i c 4 t11 ttt 1 8 1 j J a w NAPHTHALAUNCH The Marguerite A Well Con strutted And Elegantly Equipped Boat PROPERTY OF OTSKILLA1AN Ono or tboltrfn homeat anl1 best equip ped pleasure boats on the river Is the Marguerite owned and run by Mr 0 T Skillman of this place It has just ben nuwly painted and launched for the jrrsummer season and Mr Skillman is lobs congratulated on pOt euln so complete a cralt a Mr Skillman sbat hia boat at Grand Rapids Mgt last summer It is a naphthalaunch twenty five feet long four feet deep with a six foot beam and draws two and ono halt feet off water It carries a sixty gallon t ink of gasoline and Is propelled by a four horse power engine The gasoline jn the engine furnishing the motor power Is ignited by an electric spark generated by dynamo stored in one ol the lockers The MargneritV it comfortably Tar nished with cushions and ha a canopy top supported by walnut standards with the natural wood finish The deck is made of one and a halt inch strips of ma hogany and oak with Ihl natural wood finish and eight lockers have the mahogany finish This pretty little boat is lighted with electricity and proudly carries a hand some Yale blue name embroidered en y sign on its bow From the stern there waves a four foot flag the Stars and StripesFor cruising up and down the river the Marguerite with a guaranteed speed of eight miles an hour baa no tu porlor i She ties been used for extended outings also and is arranged to carry a party of fonr and baggage on an exten led cruise quite comfortably Old Maids Convention The Old Maids Convention will be gIven under the auspices of the ybunir ladies of the Baptist church Wednesday night May nth The success of this ervr + ertainraeat elsewhere has been great and with Mrs Dr Moorman ai Mra D11DktueIatfalaMag1beweadethI r jpvenatirs macidu1Ys arteaenskareir ie- assured I t II I t tar i F d t Tcr rnw u 2 THE BRECKENRIDGB NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 219001 i s i it1 t x H WHEN YOU COME TO 4 HARDINSBURG COMP TOTHE ECLIPSE FIRSTWe have recently added DRY GOODS NOTIONS GENTS FURNISHINGS ETC In our Dry Goods Departmen t I Iwe can show you some Fancy Calicoes Shirting Percales Beautiful Summer Lawns Plaid Quilts Fancy Hose and manyI other New Goods that will please the ladies COME and Bring your Pocket Books your Cousins and your Aunts and eeII if we cant give you some bargains 1 Remember tbat in 9fO6S we Defy Competition in prices I I 0ur New Spring Stock will please you both in quality and finish No trouble to show goods We are in the market to stay I THEECLIPSE Hi I A TX M l T f OO rffitffiiffia ffiyypy3i u iI m 91 iI mm1MiI IITHE CRUCIFIXIONI OF PHILIP STRONG IIW LiByLi Author of In Ills Steps What Would Jesus Do Malcom Kirk Robert Hardys Seven Days Etc IiCoprlsbt d 1 800 by The Advocate Publishing Co 1tJ1JIttiofl you liavc friends Mr Winter fought for youand others Mr Winter my old enemy That I was good And there were others Yes quite a number But nearly all the Influential members were against you Philip you have been blind to nil this I Philip TlicvhavcbriiHcn I Do you think pot ho asked simply Maybe that Is so I have not thought of people so much as of the work which needed to be done I have tried to do as my Master would Intro me But I have lacked wisdom or tact or Something No It Is not that Do you want to know what I think Ills wife fondly I stroked the hair hack from his fore head as site sat on the ouch by htm I p Yes little woman tell me To IllsI eyes his wife never seemed so beauti ful or dear as now He knew that they were one In this their hour of trouble Well I have learned to believe since you came to MlUou thatjf Jesus Christ were to live on the earth In this ecu tury aud become the pastor of almost any large anti wealthy and Influential church anti preach as he would have to the church would treat him just as Calvary church has treated you The world would crucify Jesus Christ again even after L000 years of historical Christianity Philip did it speak Ho looked out again toward the tenements The win ter day was drawing to Us close The church spire still stood out sharp cut against the sky Finally he turned to his wife nile almost with a groan he uttered the words Sarah I do not like to believe It The world Is full of the love of Christ It Is not the same world as Calvary saw No Uut by what test are nominal Christians uiid church members tried today Is not the church In America and England a church In which the scribes and Pharisees hypocrites are just as certainly found as they wero In the old Jewish church And would not that element crucify Christ again If he spoke as plainly now as then Again Philip looked out of tho window Ills whole naturo was shaken to its foundation I have made mistakes I have been lacking In tact I have needlessly of fended tho people ho said to his wife yielding almost for tho first time to a great fear and distrust of himself for tho letter asking his resignation had liakAii Ultn OB since ho JLhousbt Impos I sible 1 have tried to preach and act as Christ would but I have failed to Interpret him aright Is It not so SarahIlls was reluctant to speak But her true heart made answer No Phil ip you have Interpreted him too faith fully You may have made mistakes All ministers do but I honestly be hove you have preached as Christ would preach against tho great selfish ness and hypocrisy of this century The same thing would have happened tohimThey talked a little longer and then Philip said Let us go down and see the Brother Man Somehow I feel like talking to himSo they went down stairs and Into the room where tho Invalid was sitting with the old titan William was able to walk about now and hall been say lug that he wanted to hear Philip preach as soon as he could get to churchII with something like his old heartiness of manner have you heard the flaws Othellos occupations gone The Brother Man seemed to know nil about It Whether he had heard of It through some of the church peo plo or not Mr Strong did not know He looked at Mr Strong calmly There was a loving sympathy In his voice but no trace of compassion or won der Kvldcntly he hall not been talk lug of the subject to any otto I knew It would happen ho said You have offended the rulers What would you do Brother Mau In my place Would you resign PhilipI thought back to the time when tho Brother Man hall asked him why he did not resign Dont they ask you to YesDo you think It Is tho wish of the whole church No there are some who want me to stayHow do you feel about It The Brother Man put the question almost timidly Philip replied without hesi tationThere Is only one thing for tno to do It would be Impossible for mo to remain after what has been done Tho Brother Man nodded his head an It In approval He did not stem dis turbed In the least Ills demeanor was the most perfect expression of peace that Philip over saw We shall have to leave this house Brother Man said Sarah feeling with Philip that ho did not grasp tho mean ing of the event Yes In tho Fathers houso there are many mansions replied the Broth er Man Then as Mr and Mrs Strong sat there In tho gathering gloom the old man said suddenly Let us pray together about It Ho kneeled down and offered the most remarkable prayer that they had ever heard It seemed to them that however the old mans mind might bo affected tho part of him that touched God In tho communion of audible pray er was absolutely tree from any weak ness or disease It was a prayer that laid Its healing hahn on tho soul of Philip and soothed his trouble Into peace When tho old man finished Philip felt almost cheerful again lIe went out and helped his wife a tow mltiuhH III Mime worn about tile kiteD en Mid titter supper he was Just get ting ready to go out to Inquire after a f i J t uc tiiere was u knock ut tile dour It was a messenger boy with a tele gram Philip opened It almost me chanically audi carrying It to the light read Alfred died at t p a Can you come For n second he did not realize tho news Then as It rushed upon him ho staggered and would have fallen If tho table hind not been so close A faint ness und a pain seized him and for a minute he thought he was falling Then ho pulled himself together and called his wife who was In the kitch en She came In at once noticing the peculiar tone of his voice Alfred Is dead lIe Vns saying the words quietly as he held out tho telegramDead Anti you left him getting better How dreadfulI Do you think so Ho Is at rest I must go up there at once They expect inc lIe still spoke quietly stilling the tumult of his hearts nn guish for his wifes sake This man his old college chum was very dear to him The news was terrible to him Nevertheless he made his prepara bus to go back to his friends home It IIs what either would have dono In the event of the others death And so he was gone from Milton uutll after the funeral and did not return until Saturday In those three days of ab settee Milton was stirred by events that grew out of the action of tho church CnAPTEIl XXIV In the first place the minority In tho church lieu a meeting and voted to ask Philip to remain pledging him their hearty support In all his plans and methods Tho evening paper In Its report of this meeting made the most of the Personal remarks that were mndo and served up the whole affair In sensational Items that were eagerly read by every one In Milton But the most Important gathering of Philips friends was that of the mill men They met in tho hall where ho hind so often spoken and being crowd ed out of that by tho great numbers they finally secured the use of tho courthouse This was crowded with an excited assembly and In the course of very moans short speeches In which tim action of the church was severely condemned a resolution was offered and adopted asking Mr Strong to remain In Milton anti organize an asso ciation or something of a similar order for the purpose of sociological study and agitation pledging whatever flnan cia 1 support could bo obtained from the working people This also was caught UI and magnified In the paper exIcltementPhilip returned home late Saturday j afternoon almost reeling with exhaustion and lila heart torn with the sepa ration from his old chum However he tried to conceal his weariness from Sarah and partly succeed ell After supper ho went up to his study to prepare for the Sunday Ho had fully made up his mind what ho would do and hq wanted to do It In a manner that would cast no reproach on his ministry which ho respected wjth sensitive reverence Ho shut tho door and began his prep aration by walking UI and down as Ills custom was thinking out the details I of tho service his sermon tho exact wording of certain phrases ho wished to make Ho hind been walking thus back and forth halt a dozen times when ho felt tho same acute pain In his side that had seized him when ho fainted in church at the evening service It pass ed away and ho resumed bis work thinking It was only a passing disor whirledagainineverything in tho room about I him Ho clutched at a chair and was I conscious of having missed it and wa71thatI the floor and was unconscious andonII How Ions ho bad been Jn thisl cpndj I toII dill recover sufficiently to crawl to lila feet and sit down on the couch that Sarah had not seen him Ho managed to get over to his desk and begin to write something as ho heard her com Ing up stairs lIe did not Intend to de ceive her His thought was that be would not unnecessarily alarm her Ho was very tired It did not need muchIurging to persuade him to get to He awoke Sunday morning feeling strangely calm and refreshed The morning prayer with the Brother Man came like a benediction to them niL Sarah who had feared for him owing enIduringho appeared They all prepared to go to church the Brother Man and William going put for the first time since the attack I I We have mentioned Philips custom of coming Into his pulpit from tho little room at the side door of tho platform This morning he went In at tho side door of the church after parting with Sarah and time others lIe let Brother Mat anti William go on ahead a little Iand then drawing his wife to him ho stooped and kissed her Ho turned at the top of the short flight of steps heading up to the side entrance and saw her still standing In the same place Then she went around from the little court to the front of the church and went In with the great crowd already beginning to stream toward Calvary church i No one ever saw so many people In Calvary church before Men sat on tho platform and oven In the deep window seats The spaces under the large galleries by tho walls were filled mostly with men standing there The house was crowded long before tho hour of service Thieve were many beating crclted hearts In that audi once MCTO than one member felt a shame at time action which had been laucn anti tnlgut Dave wished It recall ed With the great number of work- Ingmen nud young people In tim church there was only one feeling It was a feeling of love for Philip and of sorrow for what had been done The fact that ho hail been away front the city that bo hud not talked over tho mat ter with any one owing to his absence tho uncertainty as to how he would receive the whole thing what he would say on this first Sunday after the letter hind been writtenthis at meted a certain number of persons who never go Inside a church except for some extraordinary occasion or In hopes of a sensation So tho audi once that memorable day had some cruel people present people who narrowly watch the faces of mourners at funerals to see what ravages grief has made on the countenance The organist played his prelude through and was about to stop when he saw from the glass that hung over tho keys that Mr Strong had not yet appeared He began again at a certain measure repeating it and played very slowly By this time tho church was entirely filled There was an air of expectant waiting as tho organ again ceased and still Philip did not come out A great fear came over Mrs Strong She bad half risen from her scat near tho platform to go up and open the study door when It open ed and Philip came out Whatever his struggle had been In that little room tho closest observer could not detect any trace of tears or sorrow or shame or humiliation He was pale but that was common other wise his face wore a firm noble peace tul look As bo gazed over tho congre gation It fell under tbefasclnatlon of his glances Tho first words that be ftpoko In the service wQre strong and clear Ho began to speak very quietly and simply as his fashion was of the fact that bo had been asked to resign his madeior hesitation or sentiment of tono or gesture Then after saying that there was only one course open to him under the circumstances bo went on to speak as bo said bo ought to speak in defense of his IntcrDretatlon of Christ and his teachingMembers ji of Calvary church I call you to bear witness today that I have tried to preach to you Christ and him crucified I have doubtless made mis takes we all make them I have of fended the rich men and property own era In Milton I could not help It 1 was obliged to do so In order to speak aa I this moment solemnly believe my Lord would speak I have aroused op position because I asked men Into the church and upon this platform who do not call themselves Christians for tho torIthe time has come 0 my brothers when the church must welcome to its councils In these matters that affect the worlds greatest good all men who have at heart tho fulfillment of the Christs teachings But the cause which more than any other has led to the action of this church has been I am fully aware my demand that tbo church members of this city should leave their possessions and go and live with the poor wretch ed sinful hopeless people In tho lower town sharing in wise ways with them of the good things of tho world But why do I speak of all this In defense of my action or my preaching Suddenly Philip seemed to feel a revulsion of attitude toward tho whole of what ho had been saying It was as If there had Instantly swept over him the knowledge that be could never make the people before him understand either his motive or his Christ His speech so far had been quiet un impassioned deliberate Ills whole manner now underwent a swift change People in the galleries noticed It and men leaned out far over tho railing and more than ono closed his hands tight In emotion at the sight and hearing of the tall figure on the pint formIYes he said I love you people of Milton beloved members of this church I would have opened my arms to every child of humanity hero and shown him If I could tho boundless love of his Heavenly Father But oh ye would not And yet the love of Christ What a wonderful thing It Isl How much ho wished us to enjoy of peace anti hope and fellowship and service Yes service that Is what tho world needs today service that Is wilt ing to give allall to him who gave all to save usl 0 Christ Master teach us to do thy whit Make us servants to tho poor and sinful and hopeless Make thy church on earth more like thy selfThose nearest Philip saw him sud denly raise his handkerchief to his lips and then when he took It away It was stained with blood But the people ltd not see that And then and thena remarkable thing took place On tho rear wall of Calvary church there had been painted when tho church was built a Latin cross This cross bad been the squrce of almost endless dispute among tho church members Somo said it was inartistic others said It was In keeping with the name of tho church and hind a right place there as part of Its inner adorn ment Once the dispute had grown so large and serious that the church hind voted as to Its removal or retention on the wall A small majority had voted to leave it there and there it remained It was perfectly white on a panel of thin wood and stood out very conspicu ously above tho rear of tho platform It was not directly behind the desk but several feet at ono side Philip had never made any allusion in his sermons to this feature of Calvary churchs architecture People had wondered sometimes that with his im aginative poetical temperament ho never had done so especially once when a sermon on the crucifixion hind turmea tno people wonaerruuy itmight have been his extreme sensItive- ness his shrinking from anything like cheap sensation But now ho stepped backIt was not far and turning partly around with one long arm extended toward the cross as if In imagination bo saw the oldjthosin ot the world I Yea jj In the croa of Cbriit I glory Towering oer the wreck of time All the tight of ucred story Gather round His voice suddenly ceased he threw his arms up and as he turned a little forward toward tho congregation ho was seen to reel and stagger back against the wall For one Intense tremendous second of time he stood there with the whole church smitten Into a pitying horrified startled motionless crowd of blanched staring faces as his tall dark figure towered up with out stretched arms almost covering tho very outlines of the cross and then ho sank down at Its foot A groan went up from the audience Several men sprang up the platform steps Mrs Strong was tho first per son to reach her husband Two or three helped to bear him to the front of Hl3 tall dark Mitre towered up with outstretched arms the platform Sarah kneeled down by him She put tier head against his breast Then she raised her taco and said calmly Ibis dead The Brother Man was kneeling on the other side No he said with an Indescribable gesture and untranslata ble Inflection ho Is not dead He Is living in the eternal mansions ot glory with his Lord But tho news was borne from lip to lip Ho Is deadI And that Is the way men speak of the body And they were right Tho body of Philip was dead And the Brother Man was right also for Philip himself was alive In glory and as they bore the tabernacle of his flesh out of Calvary church that day that was all they bore His soul was out of the reach of humanitys selfishness and humanitys sorrow They said that when the funeral of Philip Strongs body was held In Milton rugged unfeeling men were seen to cry like children In the streets A great procession largely mado up of the poor and sinful followed him to his wintry grave They lingered long about the spot Finally every one withdrew except Sarah who refused to be led away by her friends and William and the Brother Man They stood looking down Into the grave Ho was very young to die so soon at last Sarah said with a calmness that was more terrible than bursts of griefSo was Christ replied Brother Man simply But oh Philip Philip my beloved they killed html she cried And at last for she had not wept yet great tears rolled down into the grave and uncontrollable anguish seized her Brother Man did not attempt to con solo or Interrupt He knew she was In the arms of God After a long time he saidTMYes they crucified him But he is with his Lord now Let us be glad for him Let us leave him with the Eternal Peace When tho SUOTT had melted from the hillside and tho first arbutus was be- gInnIng to bud and oven blossom one day some men came out to the grave and put up a plain stono at the head After the men bad done this work they Went away One of them lingered lIe was the wealthy mill owner He stood hea4bentawrdl fittred Jnto Jhft atope JCey were = theseIPHILIP STRONO Tutor of calvary Church In gloryTowering time All the light of ucred story fMrf incumpteteline MiltonhomustfinishAh Philip Strong Tho sacrifice was not In vain I The resurrection Is not far from the crucifixion- S I S S S ceaturyAndupon the earth birthContainsPbarlteeOlouWouldcrow It stilltresmnswayThe wilLoHaaten the dawning of thy church to be wmyl TIlE END r + + +++ + + + ++ The Candy i 1 e Likesii iti i iiC i Ii Nut Creamsii i I iIi iiDid 40 Fashiooed Cents e Per Taffy di t tot IC- loverport i K- yA1JKIRST CafineHons Leading TTailor WILL ATTEND TO YOUR WANTS WHEN IN NEED p rGREGORY CO JtC1MaEEDoers Saifc Utbe ShissuiCetwat Hay flixeri FM- FertlH r BitW g afKB KIg X + H9- r t+ + 4 CI P I r u p i r r J rJ 7 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 2 1900 3 Light Run- ningPLANO Binders Mowers Headers Hay Construction Have Eqiiaftn n THE FAMOUS PLANO FLYWHEEL ATTACHMENT umiahed with the Jones Lever Binder It is a most valuable attachment because The FlyWheel caUses n binder to work with even steady motion over rough uneven ground The FlyWheel ctthses n bundle to be hound tightly without checking the motion of the machine The FlyWheel causes a binder to run lightly over EOn or wet ground wiiero it would down binder to remain in motion while turnmga corner HpkloThe1 canvases absolutely clean THIS VALUABLE ATTACHMENT IS FURNISHED ONLY WITH THE JONES LEVER BINDER The Jones Lever Binder hM the simplest knottcr in the world and it has onehalf less pieces than its plest rival It is the most perfect in the world armers it Will Pay You to See this Machinei We handle all the leading brands of Highgrade for obacco Corn Wheat and Potatoes Steam Threshers Boilers Saw Mills and Engines Flour Mill Feed Cycle Grinders Etc BATES MILLING COMPANY McQUADY KENTUCKYL WHITEHOUSE BRIDES Hues Nellie Grant Frances Folsom and riabel McKinley The Host Prominent Ones An event which will interest Wash- Ington society next autumn says the Harpers Bmr will be the wedding at the White House of President McKln leya niece Mlsa Mabel McKinley and Tt Hermanns Baer of Somerset Pa The historic old mansion the Presi dents House as It was first called baa been the scene of only eight weddings during the entire century of Ita exist ence Mlsa Todd a consln of the brill iant Dolly Madison was in 1811 the first White Houee bride the next in 1820 being President Monroes daugh ter Six years later President John Qalocy Adam son John Adam wee married in the Blue Parlor to Mm Adama nelce During President Jack sons administration Mies Mary Lewis the daughter of Major Lewis of Indian war fame was married in the White house through the friendship which existed between the President and her father and Miss Eastou of Tennessee aleco of the former had the same prtvi lfR a year or two later Mica E Izsbelh Tyler daughter of the last of the Virgin ian Presidents was a While House bride in 1842 and nearly thirty years afterwards another Presidents daughter Mias Nellie Grant followed her in the same rolo The last bride of the eight Mlaa FAlsom had the double distinction of being married in the executive man aloe and marrying the Chief Executive President Cleveland The bridetobe of the autumn Miss McKinley is the only child of President McKlnloye brother Abner She has been carefully educated and IB a very accomplished young woman One of her gifts Is atalent for music She baa charming voice which baa been highly cultivatedMr Mrs Abner McKinley live in New York City in the winter their sum mer home being at Somerset Pa Somerset Is also Dr Baera home and bis acquaintance with Miss McKinley has extended from their childhood lIe is a eon of IL L Baer of Somerset and tajpngs to an old Colonial family who Kre among the first settlers in that part of Pennsylvania He is now completing hIs last year at thi Jefferson Medical college of Philadelphia and ex pects to enter upon his profession during the coming summer Tile wedding will be brilliant and notable event AWe an8 Awful Peril There Is only one chance to save your life and that Is through an opera tion were the startling words heard by Mrs I B Hunt of Lime Ridge Wis from her doctor after he had vainly tried to cure her of a frightful case of stomach trouble and yellow jaundice Gall stones bad formed and she constantly grew worse Then she began to nse Electric Bitters which wholly cured her Its a wonderful Stomach Liver and Kidney remedy Gores Dlspepela Loss of Appetite Try it Only 60 eta Guaran teed For sale by Short Haynes druggist The Deflt and Moat Honey The finest honey In this country Is gathered from hires where White clo yeraad b MWOod are aoeewlble In ipanttt7fboweyer It fall behjaflJ that t1e from the gOldenrod andbllck- JI1eat blossom From New York Pennsylvania and yermout comes the moet of tile comb honey and from Art Bopa and California the largest amouat etextracted or liquid honey Job Work done OIU OffBOtlee Call f nd we as i REPUBLICAN CONVENTIONS Held at Owensboro Henderson and Louisville In May The Republicans of Daviess county met at Owensboro Saturday April 28th in precinct mata convention for the pur pose of electing new precinct committee men and delegates to the county conven tion held at the same place Monday April 80th to elect delegates to tbo district convention which will meet at Hon derson on Monday May 7th and the state convention which meeta at Louisville on May 17tb Outtlpg around the eyes should be avoided unless you are willing to make yourself a subject for experimenting in surgery This is unnecessary Suther lands Eagle Eye Salve will euro sore eyes and granulated lids when all others have failed It etrengthona weak eyes DERBY IND Beautiful weather lot the farmers Prof J L Cart and wife were the guests of J W Riddle last Sunday Mrs OHie Broadle of Ohenanlt visited her parents Mr and Mrs O Mogan ot this place Thursday Mrs Jarrett will open up a milliner shop in a few days Mr Baker moved into the house vacated by M Harper Wednesday The Derby Normal School is still in creasing in members and interest Pof Cart iis a live energetic teacher and handles his school with the tact and skill of one who knows his business Quite a number of his pupils will attend the county examination at Tell City SaturdayA crowd attended Catholic clurch here Sunday Wallace Bennett Is now well of the mumps and is again at his work in Mo gans store John R Champions learn ran away with atwohoree plow Wednesday No damage was done Albert Hargis lost his beet horse Tues day Teaching a Hone Tricks You Ian with patience teach your horse politeness to bow to nn audI once to say Xo with more or less decision to kiss you or even laugh The nulmnl may be tuught to bow by tapping him OB the back with a whip He bends his head In trying to avoid the annoyance The trainer ceases tho tapping caresses him then resumes It till ho repeats tho bow He Is again caressed and presented with a carrot or something of which ho Is particular ly fond At last It comes about that he bows upon any movement of the whip toward Ills back To teach a horse to say No a pin is fastened to the butt of the whip A slight scratch Is given to tho horses withers about where the collar would be At this he shakes his head and soon learns to shako It whenever he sees tho butt of tho whip coming near his withers The trainer teaches the animal to kiss by feeding him with apples from lila mouth gradually lessening tho also of the apples till tho horso does tho trick without any or ho puts adit of which horses are very fond on his check and tho animal naturally licks It off Ho Is taught to laugh by gently tore ing tho butt of the whip in at the aide of his mouth then prying his mouth open with It Caresses and carrots fol- loW tin at last the slightest motion of the butt toward his mouth makes him opea It lie does not really laugh he grins Good Words S J= J Rakes Have No Equal in No the Field otherwise- e Fertilizcrh A Fainter Ir a swamp Wishing to uiaUo a study of a portion of the swamp near El Akcwa In Egypt I st up my easel on thu edge of n pool where the ground seemed n little tinner than tho rest Quickly becoming engrossed In my work I did not notice that I was slowly sinking until I found that my sketching stool halt nearly disappeared and my legs were Imbedded In the mud almost up to my knees With the breaking ol the surface crust the black sUmo gave out most horrible odors and small stinging flies liberated from the earth quickly covered me crawling up my legs and arms while the mosquitoes combining In the attack eventually drove mo from my half finished work Though really quite clear the water was so alive with mosquito grubs as to appear almost opaque By thou sands every moment the grubs would come to the surface either crawling up tho rushes or floating and the outr shells soon cracking In tho sun left the little Insects at liberty A few seconds sulllced to dry their wings and give them life and strength and then with hum and buzz they joined their brothers In the air hovering In thou sands like n cloud of black smoke over tho stagnant pond from which they sprang Then I was discovered a rare bonno boucho for those parts and a rapid retreat became Imperative R Talbot Kelly In Century The Irony ot Fate Speaking of the queer flukes of luck In the goldflclds of Alaska a writer In Alnslees Magazine says Often after tho pile Is made ned dent disease or death steps In to pre vent Its legitimate enjoyment One man dropped dead when at tho weighing of the first clean up ho found himself a rich man There was some thing wrong with his heart lIe had tho physical strength to make the fight against bad food and water to endure the back breaking toll of developing and working out and nil the strain of the uncertainty that went before The supreme moment of success was more than ho could stand and tho use of the gold passed from him with Its ac quirementA James Mcadc lay down with typhoid fever In an outlying camp just as he was starting for homo with tho accumulation of the year and ho and his bnjr of dust entered Dawson together on a litter It took six men to bring him In alternating four to carry and two to rest and be paid each man 15 a day Onco In Dawson Mcade seemed to grow better and when his sailing day came he walked to the boat lIe reached tho wharf and fell dead as he was about to go aboard Sarcasm From the Pulpit Bruddren and slstabs sternly said good old Parson Woolluion after tho collection hind been taken up upon a recent Sabbath morning before the hat was done parsed I expounded the request dat do congregation contrlbuto accawdln to dclr means and I sho ex pectorated dot yo all would chip In magnanimously But now upon ex anjlnln dc collection I finds that do concocted amount contributed by de whole posse ob yo am only the signifi cant nnd pusillanimous sum of sixty free cents Aud at dls junction dar aint no caslon for yo nil to look at Bnidder Blewfoot what done circum ambulated do hat around In no such auspicious manner for In de fust place Brudder Slewfoot aint dat kind of a man and In Jhe second place I done watched him like n hawk all de time muhself No sixtyfree cents was all that wax flung In and I dcss wants to say dat In my humble opinion In stead ob contrlbutln accawdln to yp means yo all contributed accawdln to yo meanness Do choir will now fa vor us wld delr reglar melodiousness Harpers Bazar Good old Granny Metealf of Ken tucky 80 years old says that Dr Bells PineTarHoney lathe best Grip cure Cough Lnng and Bronchial remedy that has been offers J to the people during her life Sold every where 1TIffT WORKED IT BOTH WAYS A Kent StrlndllnK Scheme That Fleeced Bucket Shop 1atrona If the real Inside workings of the average bucket shop were laid bare said u telegraph operator who line had much experience In such establish meats the revelation would open the eyes of the young donkeys who Imag ine they can beat thu game Just to Illustrate the point Ill tell you a little Btory Some time ago there were two rival bucket shops In a certain southern city supposed to be run by northern operators Business was a little slow and It was evident that the specula tive element was Inclined to be suspi claus of both estnbllslmRute One day the manager of one of the concerns hunted up a young fellow who had more money than brains and handing him 50 asked him as a special favor to go over to the other house and make such and such a play Its a private speculation of my own he said and I have a straight tip but I cant very well place the money myself on uc count of my connection with Co If I did theyd get suspicious right awayThe young Idiot supposed of course that ho html struck a bonanza one bucket shop man playing against an other It must be a sure thing So ho not only placed the 50 as requested but played time tlpihnril himself and MO did alt his friends whom lo promptly let Into the secret Needless to say they were nil eventually skinned out of every cent they put In but tho remarkable part of the story Is that the same tactics were worked back and forth by both managers on at least a dozen different occasions Each time It was done they gathered In a lot of new clients and made a big haul It developed not long afterward that the two bucket shops were run by time came peoplNcw Orleans Times Democrat HE ROUSED JEFFERSON Why the lintel Porter Wnked JesTer aol Prom IIU Sleet Leslies Weekly tells this story about Joseph Jefferson A number of years ago ho played n ono night engagement In a small Indianatown appearing In his favorite part of hip Van Winkle In the hotel at which ho stopped was an Irishman recently landed who acted as porter and general assistant Judged by the deep and serious Ipter est which ho took In the house ho might have been clerk lessee and pro prietor rolled Into one At about 0 oclock In tho morning Mr Jefferson was startled by n violent tl Jinplng on his door When ho strug gled Into consciousness and realized that he had left no call order at tho office he was naturally Indignant nut his sleep was spoiled for that morning so he arose and soon after appeared before the clerk See here ho tIc mantled of that Iindividual why was I called at this unearthly hour I dont know sir answered the clerk Ill ask Mike The Irishman was summoned Said the clerk Mike there was no call for Mr Jefferson Why did you disturb him jot Taking the clerk by the lapel of the coat the Illherlau led him to ono Bldo and said In a mysterious whisper Ho Were shnorlng bike a horse sor and OId hccrd the bys say us how he were ouct afthcr shaping fur twlnty years BO Oi eez to mcsllf scz 01 Molkc Its a counting onto him agln and Its ycr juty to glt tIme craythcr out o yer house InstantlyI Had Driven Mule Before Daniel C Pomeroy onco a prominent New York criminal lawyer lu his ear ly life was a stage driver on the old Huttorfleld line and gleaned his legal education largely upon the box sent of his coach or while change of horses was being made at the stations Ho was associated with others In tho de tense of one Mrs McCarthy on her trial at Utica for the murder of a mnn named Hall of Ogdcnsburg who was killed by a bullet from her revolver which was aimed at another man Judge Doollttlu presided at the trial and seemed to believe In the prisoners guilt Tho judge was bitter and no was Pouicn The latter made an objection and Insisted upon It rather strenuouslyMr said the Judge I am not a horse and cant be driven Well your honor I learned In my early experience to drive mules anti I will try to keep up my former reputa tion Philadelphia Call Joins by the nyc Unless one has some other sort of knowledge to contradict It It Is to accept the evidence of natumlI Therefore the answer which a teacher recently received from her cluJS of small children was not altogether sur prisingWhich Is farther away she asked England or the moon England the children answered quickly England sho questioned What makes you think Cause we thnUIwo cant leo England answered one of the brightest of the class Youths CompanionII Lal Pencil of Old Ancient writers mention tho use of lead and graphite for ruling papyrus and pencils fashioned rather crudely In the manner of those now used wcro made in the sixteenth century tho graphite coming from the Borrowdalo mine at Cumberland England Chica go ChronlclII Your capital Is not large But quito sufficient You ace our business Is peculiar In that It does not necessitate any evasion of the laws Detroit Journal Irish stew Is a dish never seen Inland If ECZEMAThis Woat aggravating and tormenting or all skin diseases Is caused by an acid the blood and unless relieved through certain instrumentalities too muCh of this add t 1 I While Eczema Tetter Erysipelas Salt Rheum and many like troubles are tpoken ofas diseases of the skin they are really blood diseases because THERE DAN BE NO IRRITATION 1 WITHOUT AN CAUSE If the blood is in a pure healthy condition no poisonous elements can reach the skin External applications of washes lotions and solves sometimes mitigate the itching and soothe the inflammation but cannot reach the disease Only S S S the real blood medicine can do S S S the only purely vegetable remedy known is a safe and permanent cure for Eczema and all skin troubles It goes direct to the seat of the disease neutralizes the acids and cleanses the blood relnforces all the organs and thus clears the system of all impurities through the natural channels the akin relieved all subsides nnd all signs or the disease disappear fn Ida M Hodmln of Cardlngton Ohio sys he wax afflicted with Scrofulous sore and Eczema j from birth lIer face at tunes became so badly swollen that she was not recognizable and her limb and hand were very sore She was treated by all the doctors in town without being benefitted and In her 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MARK t t I LAXATIVE iI SYRUPT NATURES CURE FOR iI CONSTIPATION S made from the chol cest extracts of I 115 and fruits contains no In drugs and Is the best pre forfthej Side Headache Nervousness and to dispel Colds and Fevers It drives out all Impurities of the blood and makes the complexion clear i anylax1l1ve t druggist will tefund the An Ideal remedy for fils adults For sale by moneyII Isoc per bottle For Sal by SHORT ItAYNES CLOVERPORT KY f1 ri THE RIaCkENi IDaNWS wDNESDA 1ViA 2x900r a w w r hw v 17 N Tw i r p- Pio M H b k tDGE 4N Wsii BRECkEI It t I 7aaD iiV G la1l1lace Editors and Proptriefri J JcAteAor WAlKS TtrlTillie ckarpd heat lii rstpf 10 eau per Ilse- h 9CITBJUUU ciarteJ fir at Ut rat f6eeiti- firllasv YoNIT IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 1000 TiiRdrys and weU continue to h fightM THIJ fishing season in Indiana has closed for two months W F McGiLL a writer of ability and a leading citizen of Bardstown is dead AaroN F COLDEWAY one pf Lows villas prominent German Itizcnstl dead Ca4s F PHICK for eight years Socic tart of the Louisville Jockey Club has resigned i lion WILLIAM JBNXIXMS BUY AX rode 1 1tholay raty night goat at Lincoln Neb JIojpj WQODFoiiD county Republicans affera kunljtrngglo lavo endorsed McKinley and Taylor THIUTYTIIOUSAXD was the fitrength of tho New York Labor parade In that city Saturday night- TltvJentpemnce peophr in tills town are in dead earnest and tho fight against tho evil of intemperance has onlyI just begun CLAUDE M JOHNSON chief of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing has tendered his resignation to Secretary Gage A WELL known writer who spins rhymes by the yard says there are only two kinds of people in the world those who lift and those who lean The pro portion is twenty leauors to one lifter TiiEitK are serious apprehensions of a big Hood at Denver Colo It has been retried that the lain near Cherry creek thirty miles from Denver hold ing two billion gallons of water has broken Tae bill has passel tho House and work will soon begin on a Grant monu meat to be erected at Washington This is a tardy tribute to tho great civil war hero but when finished it will boa credit to the whole nation MAKACIKU Cerf of tho Fair ins removed his largo stock of gods into tho store recently occupied by tho Boston Willis Co whero ho will continue to servo his customers with the lest in both the dry goods and grocery lithe Seo his advertisement in this LsMie Tin temi cranco workers hero aro un wearied in their efforts to promote tho better interests of the community They will continue to fight for tho right though nanny more obstacles impede their progress God bless tho good women and their true fad loyal friends IT is n noteworthy fact that this Fifty sixth Congress lens made itself famous for two exhibitions of moral stamina In the one case it was to rofuso n slap in tho ifJouse of Representatives to a Polyg jrnist+ t aiiilm tho other it was to report unfavorably in tho milt of u rich Sena tor charged with having obtained his scat by bribes and corruption In tho question of morals versus money the wise was decided siwntaneouslyI and un hampered by petitions for morality and political purity 4 J1ttta tlI1l6 iis coin ing In national attalrs when money ceases to bo the important factor and whorl a inns rkh enough to buy the whole United States governmont bows at tho tribunal of justice divested of mero money influence to stand or full upon his record The world as it cease lessly notos the action of the great com mends and applauds the high morel tone of tho presort legislative mho oxo cutive Ixxly at Washington XOIUUTJUiLOCAT10X AXYWIIKKE f What has become ol1 the prtjctofJ forming H Coiiim rclnl Club in Clover port We mo satisfied tbat onr city fathers ant both whllineaed anxious to do everything in their power to assist in building up the commercial interests ol L the city by inducing capital to invest here but in union there is strength and II the cit zone generally como in to help them we believe tho results will be speedily seen in the establishment of some industry or industries that will prove highly beneficial to the community The whole country is prosperous cap- Ital y Is continually seeking investment and if anything Iii to he accomplished in 1 1this lint it should be started now There is no batter location on the Ohio River but before capital can be Induced to come her the advantages we have to P offer mint be brought to the attention of the manufacturing world through the medium ol one or more good industrial papers Wilhother cities patting forth every effort to secure the investment of- capital in their midst Oloverport cannot a i VT V expect to Increasehr businessI without a epeciat effort In that dlrrectloa- TheVSiwsV has the Interest flf plu vwporV ant BrefiUenridsi eotnlj at heartland will drr all It canto asalsVln accomplishatlythingttorth 1nltl ofpnrpose Let UBrali get togeth or and until something satisfactory has been attained sink all our dlfierenoo whatever they may be mod work for the ombnon good of our town and countyi a M Otto Korb Grand Ch uncellor K P Boonvllle Ind wy De Witts Witch Han Salvn soothes the most delicate skin and heals the most stubborn ulcers with certain and good results Cures piles and skin difeases Dont buy an Imitation A R Fishe- rHAWESVILLE ENTERTAINS prozr mme of the Missionary Institute of the Owensboro District to Be Held at Hawesvllle Ky May J10 1900 030 a m Devotional exercises and orgauizitio w a m Wliyere 1ya Weslpijry Ouurcb t V Joiner G W Shugnrt 1045 aPlfhll Nd of MJtaionary Information lint How to supply it J Fa eWttHJTiiouip on 1130 R mTtlO Sutidayechool and Missions J P SlubbUfirld Ella Smith 20 p mThl Epworth League and Mfcsione K P Crowe W F Casbman 315 p mHow to Secure Better Col lections J C IVtrio C F William General discussion 7M5 p m Sermon Charles W Byrd Leading speakers allowed fifteen min ute others limited to ton Five min utes allowed each speaker in general discussion VIRGIL ELGIN P E DISTRICT CONFERENCE Immediately after the missionary in stitute the annual meeting of the Owens boro District Conference will be held at Hawesvllle three days May lltb lath and 13th The bopitablu people of Hawesville are txpecUng a large crowd of both preachers and delegates at this meeting and are preparing a cordial welcome for all Sound advice to those who have kid ney and bladder troubles Is to take a Bate sure medicine like Foltya Kidney Cure It always benefits the Kidney Moorman Owen TOBACCOCROPAND MARKET Care of Tobacco Plant Beds fbce of canvas or plant bed cloth as asubstitute for glues Is a treat step in Advance of old methods Here we lay tho canvas flat on the bed as soon ss the seed Is sown but this method is bet ter adapted to burley than to cigar leaf varieties Where plants start tlonly the growth may be improved by watei ing with liquid manures made by teach logs from a barrel or box filled with hen manure or even that from the stable I know successful grower who applies strong liquid manure by making holes 8 or 10 Indeep 2 ft apart over the bed with a stick 21n In diameter These holes are filled with the liquid every three or four days If beds ate not more than 0 ft wide they may be weeded with ease without tramping the plants if wider the work Is best done from a heavy plank extend log across the bed and supported at the en14 by blocks BH careful to take out every weed no matter how small Somo pod up easily hIlt for deep rooted sorts such us clover or plantain the small blade of a pocket knife cute the roots just below thn surface with no damage to the tobacco plants I usually weed first when the plants av rather smaller than a dime and repeat in ten days A tobac co plant bed always responds generously to careful treatment and it pays to take stood bare ofitOl DLyon Drawn Co Ohloi I he Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist The Discoverer of swampROOt Work In Elj Laboratory There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so decep live Many sudden deaths are caused by Itheart disease pneumonia heart failure kidneydieaevance the kidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Then the richness of the blood the albumen leaks out and the sufferer has Brights Disease the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the new discovery Is the true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts have failed At druggists In fiftycent and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free SwampRootDr Kilmer Co Bloghlmten N Y and taatipgibhp3pcttf THB VACANT CHAIR When the little family circle Is broker and we fit sadly looking upon the vacant char we think of the things that perhaps keepthe10vedonewitb now before it is too late 1 Is it a kind lov lag and hardworking mother who is giving all her strength and efforts for the family wellbeing and happiness Is It a delicate fragile sister or a weak and ailing wife 1 Try to give her the tender care she needs Do not let her fade away for want of ell nest effort to preserve and restore her An Ohio lady Mm Shojwhlre living in ttallutt Shelby Co In a tbollthtul letter to Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y sayas My mother had an ovarian tumor which we thought would reo yourSFsvoritel taken three bottle ahe began to Improve he is living today and we have given your medicine the credit My mother was sixtysix years old when the tumor commenced to grow she la seventysix now and the tumor IIt all gone She Tidd gotten awful llarge and her limbs began to Jurel before she t epnn louse your medicine I ofItThis is but one of many thousands of In PrellcrlpIIQn and purification to the distinctly feminine Organism as to dispel every possible trace of abnormal or dangerous conditions with out resort to surgeryor similar obnoxious methods For every form of female weak specificdesignedby an educated skillful physician of ex tblsparllcularfieldDr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure conitl ualiou AII nil medicine store- sBATTLETOWN The farmers ore hucy planting corn and other crop M J Bennett spent a few days last week at Brandenburg I am sorry to report Miss Lark Kendall who has dropsy of the heart no betterJo lost a fine cow last week She fell over an embankment and broke her neck Mr Ward Bennett and Miss Myrtle Chlsm visited Miss Ellen Bennett at Singleton Sunday Will Guntermanand family hAve loft us and gone to Hnrdln county to make their future home Frank Greer went to Louisville FrI- day to attend the trial of his brothe fn law W E BsnneJtt A move is being made to finish the new Christian church near Cold Spring A lot of lumber came In last week Mr J C Chlern and Miss ulddte Chlem of Singleton wore the guests of Miss Mattie Bennett and the writer SundayJ Jarrett Jr Sand Cave Flat bad an interesting article on prose and poe try in last weeks Iissue It is vldent that the writer Is well informed on the subjectWelcome May the flower month with Its gentle breizis bringing sweet odors from every fragrant flower Natuie is fast putting on her robe of green and as the poet has told us There is beauty all aroundMr Mre Henry Stiff and daughter Miss May and Mr Alvin Stiff of Paradise Mr and Mrs M J Bennett and Mr and Mrs Frank Greer were among the guests so nicely entertained at J K Bennetts last Sunday week We express much regret at the depar trite of Rev J B Haynes and family from our mldet Their absence is con sidered a loss to the community We trust that they may prosper and make many friends at Lodiburg as they did hereWhile at Brandenburg lest wtek I called at tho Messenger office and twitched Mr Duncan roll off a few copies of tho Messenger He Is well equipped ffar the vocation he purcucs I have nOIlet been permitted to fee the NEWS office but have an idea of its construe ion by its fruit A BELOVED SON Frank White DIes Near This Place Friday April 20th The death of Frank White son of Mr and Mrs Walker White occurred at t lelr home near this place Friday morn- ingI April 20th I Mr White was twentytwo years old and a member of the St Rose Catholic church As be was greatly beloved he will be greatly missed by his friends and relatives Successful Operation Dre F M Smith and A A Simons performed an operation on Mr Isaiah anlels Tuesday morning by taking out his right eye jMr Daniels is In Ills 70th year IMPROVING SLOWLY Air OD Shaw Has Come to Toblns port for the Summer to Recuperate Through communication from Mrs G B thaw we learn that her husband who was injured in a railroad wreck soy erat months ago is improving slowly He Is now able to sit up for a while each day Mr and Mrs Shaw will spend the iummermontbn at Tobi Deport with Mrs Shaws father Mr Martin Frank GLENDEANE Harry Blum waaitf FbYdaville Monday HardlpsburMondayE John Gaiter shoe drummer was here Mondaye I rjlurnedlrornOllensboro 1 lire Miller of Falls of Rough will preach here Sunday Vic Robertson is In Mnhlenlurjr coun ty buying stock tithe week Miss Georgia Robertson was in Look ville a short while llest week hire Ell Deane anddangfiter Tome Jim Deane spent Monday with Mrs rule Howard Miss Mary Moorman was a guest at Mr Charlie Robertsons Saturday and Sunday MIsi Mary Mtttinuly of tock Lick neighborhood spent Monday with Miss Monnle Hunter 0 W Moorman accompanied by Master Elliott Moorman wont to Clover port Fridays and returned Monday Mr and Mrt Henry Harper went to Oirensboro Saturday to be present at the burial of the daughter of Richard HarperMisses Katie and Lizzie Eskrldgo and little Misss Della and Nannle Kincbeloe and Franklin Kincheloe of Hardlns burg were vWlors at Mr Willie Owens Sunday Miss Ella Robertson cams home Fri day to stay over Sunday She was ac companied by Miss Mary E Moorman and Miss MargnretMoorman and Profs Maple and Roland The colored folks organized a Mission ary society last week and elected Ed Williams Presiden1 Wyatt Board Vice President j Miss Frgnkle Spencer Secretary and Miss Ada Board Treasurer They had their first meeting Saturday night and collected over J500 The money will be deposited in the bank to be need to help the really needy at home They will have monthly meeting of literary and varied character and hope tb accomplish much good 1 EKRON Mrs Thcs Roberts is visiting in Etown Mrs M Meyer visited relallViBin Gar ret Sunday Rise Orrfe Johnson is visiting her brother Ed Johustn near here Mrs Tony Miles and Mrs Gus Bruner spent Sunday with Mrs JP Jones 1t R Smith received a nice car loado ear corn from Lewitpoit this week Mrs 00 Stlth anal Mre Norton ppent Saturday and Sunday in the country Mr and Mrs Z T Cox who hao been visiting near Stepbensport have returned homeJudge Pulliam was here last week talking up the insurance business in which he is interested Dave Meyeris at home from Irvington Willie their town is larger than ours the attractions are no greater thereat least for him Our Sunday schoqys thriving nicely and is well attended The little folks manifest much Inter stand it would be well for the parents to attend also Their presence adds much to the services and a good Sunday ochool is the wish of the people Business in Ekronis good and our little town is a wide awake uplodato place Our school will soon close and 1 think Mr Neafus a successful conscien tious teacher lie has faithfully ds charged his duty here and the patrons are well pleased SUNDAY GUESTS The City Officials From Henderson Are entertained Here By J Q Harris And W Q Smart Tim city cfllcials of Henderaon were the guests of J G Harris and W Q Smart at the Mitchell House Sunday The occasion of this visit was to see the Rock Crusher which is at the quarry about two miles above town For the benefit of the guests the plant was put in operation for an hour or so This plant is being operated by the old Spottavillo Iron and Gravel Com pany of which J G Harris Josh Pow eraof Owenebnro and W G Smart are the principal stock holders They are doing a good business with some valua ble improvements in machinery etc and will soon employ more than forty men They are getting out an excellent quality of stone and have contracts to furnish stone for street purposes to towns all over the State The contract with Henderson will probably bo a large one The party from Henderson was cordially received and nicely entertained by their hosts and our city officials In the alternoon they were taken for a ride on the river in Mr 0 T Bklllmans naphtha launch the Marguerite Those composing the party from lIen derson were R E Cooner Jno Mnndo Eo W Wlnstead PP Johnston L B Johnston JOThomajon and 8 H Kimmel A May Day Party The pupils and CaciJiftof the Brecken ridge JJormal College at Hardinsbnrg went to Oliver Creek Tuesday May let on a fishing expedition t r 4 Gash is Kin t = X Yrt J I YES IT IS We fully realize this as well as you andas it takes CASH to pay for our immense purchase of the r JIJl ES TONII I StOcljMteerchaniiseI we have placed the KNIFE DEEP DOWN INTO the prices of most of the goods and stand ready to offer you some special bargains Below we quote a few items only to give you an idea of what we are doing II Ladies Oxfords notall sizes 50c Shoes Heavy and Light 750 Mens Shoes Heavy and Light100T- he prices in shoes have in most lines been reduced 100 to 50 cents per pair which are all fresh and new and the largest lino in town to pick from We pay Cash for Produce We are Agents for- Buttericks Patterns A J KATZ H C J et Wonderful Flail Assuming that wo are walking on the ocean bottom at the depth of over a mile wo move cautiously along In water Icy cold and suddenly are con fronted with n blaze of light and find ourselves in a Hold pf light givers Imagine a cornfield with btalkn from two to four feet in height time tips gleaming with light and waving gently to and fro Such an the fields of umbcllularla present Above this forest of living lights strange and weird nab oro passing which wo recognize as forms that have been dredged from great depths by the Albatross the Challenger and others One tho chlasmodou dashes by emit five times Its own bulk and draw It self over it like a glove Its jaws by a special arrangement separate and tho mouth Is a cavern of India rubber like possibilities A similar flab mala costeus Is of a rich black velvet hue and as It poises wo see upon Its head two largo lights One emits n golden light the other throws out fitful green rays which have some hidden mean lug In the economy of nature Sotno of time fish seem to bo literal mouths Such Is the curyphnniyx or pelican fish The mouth Is enormous tho bones of the jaw being attached to the skull by movable joints so that It has enor mous powers of distension Professor Charles F Holder The Needles Ere A lady writes to mo and asks what Is really meant by the needles eye In the parable of the rich man I remember reading that It was the smallest goto that gave entrance tq tho walled city of Jerusalem and that a loaded camel had to bo stripped of Its burden and bend Its knees to squeeze through And so a rich man hall to give up his riches and como to his knees before he could enter heaven It was just ono of the thousand proverbs that adorned time moral teachings of tho Jews and tho eastern nations The writings of Job and Solo mon and Confucius and Mohammed abound In them In the Koran Is found this proverb The Impious man will find the gates of heaven shut and bo can no moro en ter than a camclcan pass through a needles eye There Is another In the Koran which says You will never see n palm tree of gold nor an elephant pass through a needles eye These proverbs simply meant that It was Im possible Strange to say the world has long slnco quit making proverbs All proverbs have como down to us even such as A rolling atone gathers no moss Coor Richard left us a taw such as A penny saved Is two pence In Atlanta Constitution Blftgta Berry Book lean manual worthy of a place in every far mars library The book Is condensed and praclica1 as valuable for the villager with hia 10x12 berry patch as it is for eco DEWCV I ft t a I = the commercial berry grower with hi lwentcr field The prlf+ IB 50 cent- lfe by mall address the Wilmer Co WHEN A FELLERS HIS TOE Did ye ever pan a youngster etd been an stubbed hie too An was crrln by th roadside sorter an Iow- Ahol4ln of his dusty foot all hard an brown an bar An tryln to keep from his eyes th tears thats gatherln there Ye hear him sorter tobbln like an tnufflln of his nose An ye stop an pit lib head an sorter try to ease his woes Ye treat lam sorter llndllVe an th rust thing that ye know lies up ao oft an imllln clean forgot be stubbed bis I Long th road of human life ye see a feller tray Inn slow An like as not yell find hes some poor cuss thats stubbed bis toe lie An his Wens kept burrrln onward an they her him hero alone lie aint sobbtn or aint tntfflln lies too old far i lean an crlts hes gricvin des as earnest II It only comes In sighs it slow does a heap of good sometimes to go a little An soy a word of comfort to th man thats stubbed his toeI Ycro never sure ycrsclf an thar aint no earthly way to know Jet jvhcn Ita rain to come yet turn to trip an stub ycr toe Today yere srallln happy In th bright suns light an glow An tomorrow yera iihlvtrln an yere strugglln through th mow Jea 11 th very time yell Sod et yer th likeliest to sUIIAn its mighty comfortln to hare some feller stopsl 1 know An comfort ye an try to help ye when yeve stubbed ycr toe Bismarck Tribune The The ringrhal does not an Inv sect diet Beetles and termites are all readily de soured as well as ticks and bots pick ed from the tildes of cattle have sometimes amused myself by the bold yet cautious and man ner In which one of these ravens will approach a reclining ox and after a course of soothing es by a soft note Insert his bead veto tho ear and extract tho ticks These birds always seem to have a good un with the older and moro oxen who will at a hint from one of them lie down and place themselves In tho most favorable posi tion for the extraction of their pars sites Btarka Birds of South Africa f A way out in Oregon writing to the of Horse Boojc advertised In this issue says I have read number of books on the horse some of them were Urge nnd of high price but Blgnte Horse Book did me wore rela good than any of them The price is e- Mends Straw Hats iin front 25c I Dark Suits300-I r J Jeans Pants 48c- Wo have mado some grqat cuts on Mens and feel Ure that our nrices will satisfy the closest buyers Have you tt neon our line of Shirts for traflti weather Its a dandy t covewao I ADMIRAL 4 We one s for Everybody We Complete of Groceries Proprietor CERF Manager THE FAIRr CLOVERPORTS ONE PRICE STORE 1 appearance wonIclcr somewhere gnlnedDIUArp excelfentlitte Price handle f publishers Atkinson Philadelphia STUBBED quletlike toeIbumptllInto IDul thfntnt innerhull disdain grasshoppers locusts I watching gentle preliminary caress accompanied cawing dexterously derstanding experienced farmer publishers a publishersdelphla Clothing have Line BIcycnESl u A y Fine Assortment o- fRamblers Clipper Sterling Crescent Ideal 4 From 2OIO75I A full line of sundries 4 landl SPECIALTY M Hamman Son r Commissioners Sale ll- J i B MAwmjo AtfmV PINOlkeJ J of Sal JJ B MANNING MetreC DCrIInJ Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Brcckecridje Circuit Court rendered at the February term ibereoi 1900 on the above styled Icause the nndeulgned will on Saturday the nth i day of May 1900 between the hours oll 1 oclock t f PlannIDl 1bidderAU the White Oak and Poplar timber onsaid land ol J D Manning deceased of twelve Inch and over thirty Inches frcm the ground or so mach ofJIsaid timber as nay be necessary to par off asd at j isty the fodebtednes of sell I B Mannings exue Including cost ofadmfaUtrmtois service and oC this actionThe J timber to bt told leI all the while Oak and Poplar timber of the above dimensions ODabout it Ito acres of land LTISIUTBiSde will be made Con a credit of i three and six months The purchaser will fro rec qulrtd tn give bond with approved secailtyfor the payment of tit purchase money to have tt Seers aad eflect of a Replevin bondbearioggal Interest I from the day of sale with a Lien reservedtipeniaLu property unUI alt the purchase money IIs pi3T W SCOTT CART Admr and Speclill Coaunltslcner Brecleorlitg Circuit Court i I w TO Feed Ills Hogs W R Smith of Ekros was In Lewis huloadIs feeding eighty head of hogs Poi n a IFS C 1THEERECKBNWDGE NEWS f=PN SDAX L i4X 2 WOR I r r A Strong Fortification t Fortify the Body against disease by Tutts Liver Pills an absolute cure for sickeadache dys a pepsiai sour sfomach jmaTaria constipation jaundice bilious MSS and all kindred troubles The Fly Wheel of Life DrTutt Your Liver Pills are the ijywheel oflife I shallever be grateful for the accident that brought them tomynotice I feel r as iI had a new lease of life J rleighPatteCannonColTufts BRECKENRIiPrIGE WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 iOOO MP P S TLc News in Brier 4144 44444444 4444K- lppela t for ice cream Ice lor eale at Sippels Soda water at Sippets Cascadena cream SIppel Cascadena Ice cream atSlppela Boy your bat frpm Mies Judith Miller x JDr Rial of Cannelton was here Sun dayDI1Severs wasMn Oweneboro Friday ti The City Bakery furnishes a swell lunch i John Barks was here Friday and fat nrday tW Marble of OwenBborowas hero it FridayFor goods call on Mies Judith I Sunday MillerJasSmithof Hardinsburg was here Pante Pants for old and young at SulisrV House cleaning goods of ell kinds at SuluVe J Go to Sippels for fresh frultaand veg etableaeSoda water all flavors at the City BakeryUse the want column for immediate t rejuki Order by telephone from SippeL PaonelOS Homestead fertilizer and brick Gie gory Co- Theprettieet Hue of straw hats in town at Sulzers Homestead fertlllzar and brlckGreT- KOryt do Co Lowney a chocolates the finest brand at Sipuels Vegetables in and out of seaaou at Jule ejlppels x John Vest was in Louisville several days last week lICharlee P Babbage was bere Sunday and Monday 1- t Alias Judith Miller Into a new lot of 9s millUwry tfojda The town want iwetin precincts 1- and 2 Saturday Mrs Morgan Fontaine of Holt was in ito+ru Monday Lr Austin Popham of Irvington was In SSundayS post office was robbed of 45 last week Buy your spring and summer hat from Miss Judith Miller 3 Ken Ferry of Fordsville was here a day or BO last weal Mr Robert F Ball of Henderson spent t Sunday evening here Take your girl to the City Bakery for a glass of soda water J L Mtttlngly of Kirk is visiting ppi Ohas Fi Haltingly 1 rJJohnWeiaenberger and wife went to StephensporSundayY Reheareala for the Old Maids Con vention are in progress 1 Fans Fan Fans the biggest line in this section at Snlzera j Mills Judith Miller is the leading ff milliner of the county ilThecolored man says I moat have my morning morning tfce cream picked and delivered at j spent Sunday ISippelI most sty i Strawberry Ice cream fresh every day 1 from Lonisyllle at Sippets r lMrII E H Zirckalof Liuiivlllo spent Monday here wfth Mends J Fresh bread rolls and fancy cake de livered every day by Jnle Sippel SeeM Judith Millers full line o- fbsahats You can be suited d AttoraeyObapezs Wathen of Oirena t bero spent yesterday In the city Jeeee Howard and W J Daan Jr Glendwae were in town Saturday Hebron and roaaaeed potatoes genuine fctttenr stock at Gregory Gitwoas Hebron and rose seed potato genuine MtUra stock at Gregory Glbeonu New Hns ofparawoli at SnlrejrJe fReadSee Miu ndith Millers display New linealf ladies oxfords at 8uz ra- P M Rt don was la the city yesterday MrFrank Boyd and little daughter Marie of 0wensbcroepent Sunday here W 8 Bowmer and 0 W Moorman Jr went to Louisville Sunday afternoon Miss Delia Batt returned Sunday from a ten days viiit to friends In Louisville Mr and the Sam Potter And cllIdre sent Sunday atWaltman with relatives Mrs R N Hudson and sister Miss Saute Gregory were iii Louisville Fri day E C DabbagJ attended the X V reception at Brandenburg Thursday nightGeb W Short went to Hartford Mon day to seethe sister Mrs Dr Miller who la Suite ill- MiesJenuette Warfield Tetnrned Satt urday night from a visit to friends at tiardinsburg Mr and Mrs Philip Kline of German Ridge spent Monday with Mr and Mrs Ohas May Jule Sippel wilt serve or deliver fresh strawberry ice cream from Louisville every day Mrs VG Bnbbsge and son Taylor of Hardiusburir were Ruesta of relatives hero Friday John G Claycomb of Union Star was in town last week on business the gueat of T B Squires Miss Judith Miller carries a complete line of fhwera ribbons trimming and fancy lingerie Dont wits the opportunity of teeing Muse Judith Millers spring and summer millinery display Miss Judith Miller will trim to order any style uf hat or bonnet to null the moat fastidious taste The most complete line of fancy gro eerier lush fruits and vegetables will be found at Sippele John Wendelkin spent Saturday and Sunday at Howell Ind with his brother Walter Wendelkln Mr Henry Boyd of New York City has been the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Alex Boyd ltfsaaldtbatCol Colson may be a candidate for Judge of the Court uf Ap peals two years hence 11118 Minnie Murray who hen been viajtlngMiBaAlllene Murray returned to Hardlnsburg Saturday Mrs T D Ireland of Skillman baa been visiting her daughter Mrs D 6 Williams in Owensboro The infant son of Mr and Mrs G W Gibson of Greensboro was buried In Hancock county Saturday C W Moorman and little son of Mr David Moorman of Glendeane spent Saturday aid Sunday here Mrs Charles P Babbage has returned from Louisville to spend the summer with her mother Mrs Alex Boyd John Phelon manager of the J B Pace Jr Co tobacco factory at this place wan In Onrenaboro Monday Miss Judith Miller Is now exhibiting the largest aad most uptodate stock of millinery ever shown in the county Members of the Lawrence Library are requested to bring their books to Moor man Ovens drug store for distribu tionNO USE TRYINGII I oil Doctor says try it He might as well tell me to melt lard or butter and try to take them It is too rich and will upset the stomach But you can take milk or cream so you can tak- eScotts Emulsion It is like cream t butwill feed and nourish when cream will not Babies and chil dren will thrive and grow fat on it when their ordinary food does not nourish them Person have been known toaJn- a pound a day when taking an ounce of Scotts Emulsion It gets D the digestive machinery In working order so that the ordinary food Is properly digested and assimilated soc nd i oa ill druyglsttI SCOTTa COVNli Chimlits hew York MIss Ruby Ryan an attractive young lady of Mattlngly was in town shopping Friday and made a call to the NEWS office Mrs W J Sherman and little daughter Margiret of Toledo Ohio are the gueeta of her parent Mr and Mra W a Bowmer The body of Albert Lanham who was drowned off a barge at Rockport two weeks ago waa found at Grlssoma land inl Thursday Jnle Sippel is prepared to furnish his customers with the freshest line of traits n11 ar GOVERNOR JPfiORD Recommends Per na For CatarrhX V Iton M u tcCord Hon Myron II McCord ExGovernor of New Mexico in a letter to Dr Hart manfrdm Washington D C nays Dear StrAt the suggestion of a friend Iwas advised to use Pon na for catarrh and after using ono bottle I began to foclbcttcr in every way It helped ma In many respects I waa troubled with colds coughs lore throat etc but aa loon as I had taken your medicine I began to Improve and soon got well I take plcasuro in recommending your great remedy to all who are afflicted with catarrh MH McCord The spring presents a much moro favorable opportunity for tho permanent cure of chronic catarrh especially old stubborn cases Now la tim time to begin troiytment Insist upon having Perjina There are no successful sab itltutes for this romody Send to Dr Hartman Columbus Ohio for a free CIr tarrh book- vegetables canned good cakes candle and bread Give him a call The Cumberland Telephone company will shortly extend its line Irom leaver Dam to Ellztbethtovrn establishing twelve or fifteen way stations We desire to call the attention of the ladles of the community to the new and complete line ot handsome and stylish millinery goods for sale by Miss Judith Miner Mrs J H Stiles left Sunday night to spend two weeks with friends at Nash vilja Frqm there she will go to Hop klnavlllp to visit her parents Mr and Mrs F W Owen COMMENCEMENT The UJ N College Students Are Already Preparing ForThelr Closing Exercise HARDINSBDRU KY Special The liter ary society of tire Brtekenridge Normal college was disbanded last Friday night to give the students time to prepare for the commencement extrcists In June The college attendants are making great preparation for tills event There will be a program covering two or three evenings l and besides the exercises from the pupilp there will be addresses from some of the finest educators in the countryThis college is on the upward move there being more students in attendance than ever before The faculty proposes to make this closing session something of importance by living one ofr the most delightful entertainments the people of llnrdlnsburg have enjoyed for many years MURRAY ERVINE Miss Evelyn Murray of Bowling Green To harry Mr Irvine of Salt Lake City Today Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Evelyn Murray to Mr Ervlne of Salt Lake City to occur today at Bowling Green the home of the bride Miss Murray ia the only daughter of the late General Eli Murray and has lived In Bowling Green only since his death a few years ago She la pleasantly re membered by many friends here who met her wbie visiting her cousin Miss Alllene Murray sometime ago 1 Will Have An Operation Performed Mr John Duke of Dukes left Monday for Lou vlle Mr Duke has been iii bad heath for sometime and goes there to have an opertation performed for ap pendicitlr Services At Holt Rev T V Joiner will preach At Holt Ohapel Sunday morning at eleven oclock This Is his regular appointment there and it is hoped a large crowd will come out to bear him On The Pay Train Misses Sallie and Nellie Gregory and Marion Bowmer were the guests of Mr H N Hudson on the pay train to Hen derson Thursday They were Joined by Miss Jean Todd at Oweneboro Subscribe for the NEWS Becoming a Mother cy robS conlillement and dapger Inaure- aufety mother and child This sdentlae liniment godsend aU women their critical t 7 NEWSY NOTES i A woman was sold for 40 at auction last week In Texas x Queen Victoria has returned from her triumphal march through Ireland A bill has been Introduced In the sen ate requesting the Preoidenklo withdraw all forces from Cuba before July 4lb Mrs Mary Baker EJdyf of Christian Science fame counsels her followers to submit to vaccination when the law requires it Mrs Ca1lle French the only licensed woman pilot on the river and a great favorite with Ohio nver towns will attend the Paris exposition completely 12000 and 15000 people were rendered homeless and nearly twenty millions of dollars worth of property lost Thefend between Admirals Schley and Sampson Is ended and Schley out ranks Sampson by two numbers Ad miral Schley will soon be second only to Admjjat Dewey in the U S Navy Fifty thousand school children of the Northwest have presented Admiral Dewey with a gold watch In token of their esteem The money was raised entirely by one cent subscriptions A Little Daughter Mr and Mrs Harry Hills who live at the Bullitt place in the suburbs are the happy parents of a little daughter who arrived at their home Thursday April 26th FREE BLOOD CURE i An Offer Proving Faith to Sufferers Ulcers Cancers Eating Sores Painful Swellings Effects of Blood Poison Per sistent Eruptions that refuse to heal un der ordinary treatment are quickly cured by B B B Botanic Blood Balm the most wonderful Blood Purlfierofthe age made especally to cure all terrible obsti nate deepseated Blood and Skin trou bles Is your Blood thin Are you pale All tun down Have you Eczema Pimples Blotches and Bumps Skin or Scalp Humors Bolls Eruptions Skin Itches and Swollen Aching Bones Rheumatism Scrofula Catarrh Then you need B B U BqtnnIc Blood Balm because it drains from thiilodd and en tire system all the polsdna and humors which cause all these troubles and the cause being removed a permanent cure follows B B B thoroughly tested for thirty years and thousands cured after doctors and patent medicine bad failed For sale by druggists per large bot tie or large bottles full treatment 5- To prove our faith in B B B we will send a trial bottle free and prepaid to sufferers so they may test the remedy at our expense Address BLOOD BALM 315 Mitchell Street Atlanta Ga LARGE CROWD More Than Five Hundred People Present There was a large crowd at Kirk last Sunday morning tq hear the funeral sermon of Mr Nelson Jolly preached in ttlx new Methodist church there by the Rev F M Petty Mr Jolly was seventynine years of igi and was one of tbp pioneer residents of that section of the country He left a large connection besides an extensive acquaintance in the county There were over five hundred people present and the little church was taxed to Its fullest capacityIVantedAngora Goats The demand for Angora Goats is be yond the supply Our farmers are just tfginning to find out their value in converting the waste products of the farm into money They utilize the weeds and brush of the farm which the farmer spends time labor and money to get rid of each year Gone To Loulsana Mrs J Scott Vance and children who have been visiting A Vance and fami ly for the lat three months left for Sbreveport La Tuesday the 24th where they will make their future home Mies Julia M Vance accompan led them Pierce City Empire Caught A Carrier Pigeon Jo LaHelst captured Saturday at his home a carrier pigeon In color it was a dark Tiluu and a tag bearing this Inscription a21004 Mr LaHelst only detained the bird from its journey a short while then turned It loose Bead our want column It an ordeal which all women approach with Indescribable horrors of childbirth ThetpougMorheanauffetganddanger Instore forher robs the ex ntmolher or all pleant tlonofthecoming event and casts over her a shadow of Btoom that cannot be shaken OUt Thoueanda of women have found tbattheuteof Mornxia PKIBND during pregnan ofrI1t pain an to IS a to at the time of most a16 CO out J wore Mothers other ordeal system through GeorgiaFriendbottle Atlanta j 1- 1It owl Wti4NS S 1A dlItl JnBltmsrled under this head at ifit rate ofaccent a word each Insertion fOR SALIRESJDEJiCE FUR ti JnI ntdcK of K N aterhouseeight roeplsIs lo excellent repair ibe lot JOliNPLEGAL BUNKS T70II SALKIIInk Deednd IUortjr ci and UnXCJENtlDvEOFIlCltTUITION TOll SALE Ccrtihcato in Bryant dr Stratton touFgoodworkercheapmareeightyears AddreL oldrtnull DOWNSStepheasport FOIL SALKPoland China main hnll so mdnth bred byJohn RlckI Son Hibben Ohio KnnTermlSQUIRESCloYlrporl Administrators Notice All parties Indebted to the estate of tlubin G otecrInUnionAll panics having claim against the estate will present the tame proven according In law C At McGLOIJILAN RickettUnion Commissioners Notice Breckenridge Circuit Court R II Cardeni Helrn Plflt vi Jesse Cardan tc Delta Notice In Equit- yAu person having calnu against the estate of II Cardan deceased lire notified to present tame properly proven to Ihe underlined Comr of the IlrcckenrldgD CirraltConrt at hit effi In the town ol IIardlniburgr Ky on or before the tgth day of May 1900 Given under my 110GUSC C n r j HOUSE CLEANERS 1 ATTENTION j rr We have the largest 1 line o- fMATTRESSES J I j In the county from i a 50Ij lo 550 j I EACH Cotton top all Cotton Wool and the- perfectionf I Call and examine e them 111 Hamman Son 5 J NEWSOMS COLUMN Do you yant to buy a house Call on R L Newsom- Do you want to rent a house or farm Call on R L Newsom Do you want legal documents drawn up such as dcedsjinort1 gages bonds agreeriiehts etc Call on R L Newsom Do you want an estimate on build ing a house Call on R L Newsom- Do you want to place a loan and and have it well secured Call on R L Newsom- Do you want to know if Cloverport is on a fresh boom Call on R L Newsom Do you want something for noth ingCall onU Somebody Else In short anyone vis iting Cloverport with a view of buying property or locating will be driven around and shown the place and its advan tages and with his forty years experience he can point you out any defects of title Money saved is money made Call on R L Newsom r i A BroughtOiitoftlie Orient for us j S e SOME DAINTY JAPANESE WORK IN fNSII We have just received and shall open and place on sale 1CAY 3 EQE4 s SPECIAL LOT OF FANS which we know you will want to have 2or 3 ofIWe had an opportunity offered us to secure this lot at a great advantage and we shall give the ladies of this section a chance to pick up some de lightfully artistic Fans at very fascinating j prices From 3c 1to 38c e IIon ILSULZERSchII I Get Ready for Spring something- to right heirpull right HarnessCollars Back Bands Plow Lines Bridles and Saddles in fit Spring work Spring cleaning we Paints Ready Mixed Paints Roofing are showing a complete o- f4HARDWAREin of branches JMAGHINESIIIIM 1 e II 11 I usodone of utomotio Sewing Unchines a I TheYlUorthe ltoUsewiresjaUth Mnken vjsltto I of them operate Then youill want II r McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT IRVINGTON KENTUCKY iVVORMSj For 20 Years Ells Led Worm Remedies atoxn axz DXCVGrGrlTIIiI JAMES BALLARD LouIs 1 1 PENNYROYAL PILL Ortdarand etjOealsArc rwiMfc LatDi- suIn tee aiekaur i Dlt eulwIetl I Aiutlfcutitr eo In tti p br jwnln ue fr WeiMIttrerreste- eoMIL In R Nye AIcnCItIaltIIten + r04 ki U LMtl uu16An1 rA Beep in Your Home when bowels to actt n Ivons LAXATIV- E5V8UPIt gently effectually on kidneys liver bowels will keep system good working order make complexion clear A horse is like a man He cant do good work unless he do it with Har ncss him and and plow right We keep Hames Trace Chains Come and let us you up for And for keep and Oils and Floor Paint We line all its CC- A eSHave you ever our our store and see one one 1XJ all taxPrepared by Fe St S slp n41 INMAJ sedagtla llellef THOII sea Urucliu It And the fall prop erlv take dose of acts but the and your in and your has EXPERIENCE CO YEARS I TRADE MARKS- DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac mayquietlyg CommullllAoUouI llt1ItILtentaIatentetftctol notice without chnreo In tbo StWntlfk Mtnerkaa A halJlOmelr ttln trat 4 weekly 1 Arrat 4h cuUtlon of any elentlflo Inertial rem W a M orkBrao 4 E r r i f i 1- 1o 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 2 1900 n lbI I 11 4I BRECKENRIDGE NEWS A MAN OF SCHEMES 1 1The Grand Promoter Explains Matters To His Landlady HlsUttle Account U Under Discussion Aid He Shows Her That She U Flylig r Along Th Road To Wtallh Thus t He Dodges A Calamity Copyright 1900 by C D Lewis The grand promoter expected It For the past week lie Imd observed many signs that Ills landlady bad lost con fidence In him anti was working up her nerve to present him a bill Ills cheer fulness at the dinner table nlmost lher dered on hilarity and as be left tin table he executed a think movement by raying My dear woman If It Is not asking too much I wish you would hand me my account this evening I dont want to occupy your valuable time nor put you to any extra trouble but It seems to me that wo ought to have a settle ment without further delay0 He hadnt been In Ills room two minutes when the landlady followed She had tho bill In her hand and the light of anticipation In her eyes Ahl said the major an he took the bill from her hand Nothing like promptness In business attaint Let me see The bill Itself Is made out In r proper form The chlrography Is fair i Itoom anti board for ten weeks at 7 per week makes exactly 70 and there li no mistake there My dear womnn permit me to congratulate you You have a business l lad on you Had you AND YOU MEAN 1 OWE YOU U30f k needed this money before you would have asked for It Not having any I need of It and having perfect confi deuce In my lluauclal1 Integrity you Jt have held the bill till this date Ex iiiBCtl ten weeks and 70 i yes sir 70 replied the landlady I i as she moved about uncaHlly While It Is only a trille continued i the major as he looked the bill over I again It should lbe void and the books balauccdthat Is If there is any Ictlllu coming to you It should be paid nt once If there Is anything coming tot mo Ill Give you SO or CO days to square up hut how can there be anything com ing to you r protested tilt landlady Weri cant tell until we have figured l My near woman my treasure of 11 landlady let me say at the very outset that I urn perfectly satisfied with your table and as for my room kings have I hind far worse U you will kindly go over the past In your memory you will admit that I have not made one single I kick natlsncd my dear woman per I fectly satisfied Then the bill Is all right Perfectly all right couldnt be bet I ter Let me sec When I organized the Universal Hand Organ trust I let you In on the ground floor for 30000 worth of stock I believe That stock ought to have given you dividends of nt least 5000 a year Hut It didnt major The wholo thlug busted up you know Ah I remember It was not a bust up but the Hand Organ trust was consolidated I with tho Great American Antlbllzzard syndicate I havent tho books here but If my memory serves me right I presented you with 100000 i worth of stock If your annual Income i from that stock has reached the sum r of 10000 If you have been enabled to purchase lInt I never saw any stock pro tested the landlady You said something about It one day but a Week latcr you claimed that you had dropped the scheme for a hotter thing You owe for ten weeks Let me see mused time mnJorlet me see Did I drop the Hand Organ and Antlbllzzard trust for a surer thing Ah It cornea back to mol Yes we let go of It to take up nnd push to success tho International Nursing Bottle mo nopoly Object was to control the man ufacture and sale of all the nursing bottles In tho world Any mother who refused to buy one of our bottles had 1o fend her Infant from a trough Each and every one of our bottles was pro Tided with a squirt gun and when tho Infant wasnt filling up on mllfc he was squirting at tiles and developing his annricsuwnshlp That monopoly was capitalized at 50000000 I believe You were let In on the ground floor As my landlady I took you In first of all My dear woman If your dividends on that stock But I havent bad any That was another of your schemes that busted Tho major looked at her for a mo meat In doubt and perplexity but then Jils face cleared and reaching for her hand ho shook It heartily and exclaimed My dear woman what n business jhead you have on your snonioers what a beadI It Is no wonder that your landlord never has to como twlco for his rent and that the tame of your everYII tforTto secure the Investment cspltal In their midst Oloverport cann taure nas spread noroad through tho land Let nib assure you that I am not only satisfied with everything up to date but I mean to continue oa with you Indefinitelyfor years and years nut you must pay I cant run my house nnkM my boarders pay White perfecjljc assured that the In ternational Nursing Bottle monopoly would pay 20 per cent dividends saId the major as ho walked about we decided to drop It for a better thing You must know the difference between 20 and 40 per cent profit you surely mustOf course I do Then I neednt go Into details You will see at once why we went Into tho Physical IMckand Ax Handle syndicate It was the difference between 20 and 40 per cent That organization was perfected only three days ago and I have seized the earliest opportunity to talk with you about It You are U conic In on the ground floor Whe Major Crofoot gets bold of a good thing he remembers Iris friends Not only have you as my landlady fed and lodged me on the best in the land but But you are behind ten weeks she putInBut my dear woman you did not stop there You showed your confidence In my Integrity by allowing my Indebtedness to accumulate until It has final Iy reached tho figure of 70 Where can such another llandlady be found 7 Who will point the out another such case of financial confidence But you shall be rewarded People who repose trust In Major Crofoot cast their bread upon the waters to have It returned J0 times over You will remember that this is an interview of my own seeking Had I not sought It you would have let the bill run on for weeks nnd months yet No I wouldnt exclaimed the wo man Ive been trying to catch you for the last two weeks But I sought time Interview serenely continued the promoter I brought about this meeting In order that we might balance the books My hear woman you are n stockholder In the Physical Pick and Ax Handle trust You are In on the ground floor I have set aside fo you 10000 worth of stock nt 10 per cent of Its face value Thats 1000 You know how It Is when a man strikes n blow with pick or ax Ho grunt Wo make nil our handles hollow They do the grunting and save the mans vitality makes the labor 10 per cent easier nnd every laborer wants to work 11 hours per tiny In six months we shall be supplying time world profit of 10 cents In every linn dIe anti 1000000000 used every year But this ten weeks bill she In sistedYes wo now conic to the bill Your ground floor stock comes to 1000 Tnku 70 from that antI we have 030 lift III other words you owe me 930 Hut take your time woman take your time Take 10 m or 00 days If you will I have confidence In you And you mean I OWl you 030 As you see niy dear woman as you Soc Look over the figures for your self exactly 130 nUll you neednt worry about It Our first call on tho stockholders Is only for 3 per cent arid If you havent the money Ill lend It to you And thats all tonight I be Ilieve limit III dont understand But you will after thinking It over Bun along now and think Plain as day after a little reflection Dont want to push you out you know but really Im very busy anti you also want to figure It out Dont worry nnd dont worry and good night to you M QUAD The Mot Stubborn Coughs resulting from an attack of la grippe or heavy cold must yield to the wonderful healing properties of Follys Honey and Tar which strengthens the lungs and makes them sound Moorman 0ei Weatea Bridal Tour The marriage of Miss Kldiu Watkins of Owensboro and Mr F li Pierce of Las Vegas N M was tho society event of last week in that place After a reception at the home of the bride the newly mar ritd couple left on the 1140 train for St Lull and Chiefg After a months journeying through the West Mr and Mr lierce will be at home in Las Vegas NM Science hiss found that rheumatism is ca laed buric acid in the blood This puleon should be excreted by the kid neys No rheumatism with healthy kidneys Foleys Kidney Cure always makes them well Moorman Owtn MASS MEETING of Meade County Republicans Will BeHeld at Brandenburg nay la Pursuant to an order of the Republi can State Central Committee I as chairman of tbe county committee here by call a mass convention of tbe Repub licans ol Meaoe county to acsemble at the court house In Brandenburg on the 12th day ol May 1000 at 1 oclock p m for the purpose of selecting eight dele gates to attend the Slate Conveution to be held at Loaiville on tue 17th of May 1000 to elect lour delegates and lour alternate delegates to the National Con vention at Philadelphia June 10 1000 aao to elect eight delegates to the Con gressional Convention to be held at Elizabethtown May 10th and for the transaction of such other business as- mayproperiy c me before It- O 0 FAinLEiali Chairman Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin Is guaran teed to cure Constipation Indigestion Sick Headache and Stomach Trouble Short HaynesI 1 1lootrNKilmer Co w lnctauno n y tteQ9DbI pporJ BURRS FIGHT AGAINST FATE Jnst a Bnceess Returned the Crush inn Sorrow ot Ills Life Came Aaron Burr was CO years old when lie resolved once more to battle with fortune writes William Icrrlno In The Ladles Homo Journal Going quietly Into New York he opened an oflleo for the practice of law and In a fortnight hind earned 2000 In fees Hut hardly had he written to his danghter about his luck when there came from South Carolina the news that her beautiful boy who had been the Idol of tbe ambitious statesman was dead But there was In reserve for Burr a still heavier blow Toward the close of the year 1812 Theodosla Allston made preparations to visit her father In New York Passage was engaged on the schooner the Patriot for Theo dosla her physician and her maid and the lovely woman was radiant with the expectation of meeting her father with In tIme next five or six days Tho Patriot sailed from Charleston out Into I time ocean In Christmas week and not a vestige of her was ever again seen and It Is surmised but nothing Is I known as to her fate that she toun i dered oil the coast of Hatteras Day after day anti long after all hope hind been abandoned there might IK seem on the flattery at Now York time lonely nnd unhappy father peering- II far down the boy as It he were scanning the sea for n sail Of his agony Aaron Burr gave the world but little view lIe hind schooled himself In the habit of never exhibiting his emotions but In one of his letters he declared that he felt ns If he had been severed I from the human race- Vegetable Ivory In the forests of time taclflc slope In Ecuador abounds the species of palm which bears tIme nuts known as vegetable Ivory The nuts are ex ceedingly hard and white Germans takes twothirds of the product anti time rest goes to the United States Trance and England The harvest Is In the rainy season and great rafts loaded with the nuts are sent down the swollen rivers Those engaged In the Industry are Indians and mixed races The unpeeled nuts bring In the native markets about GO cents for 100 pounds net Tull Tendon Among the many materials for sew- Ing up wounds are the strong sutures that can bo obtained from the tall of tho rat By proper manipulation n bundle of five or six tendons per tall can be obtained anti can be used as they are being easily threaded A Burirnl May How on earth did you como to accept him- FeyOil ho looked so cheap when lie proposed I couldnt help taking him Philadelphia Press Market gardeners around Paris culti vate the dandelion on a very large scale and sell It for good prices lu tho market Cured A Running Sore I had a bid running sore on my breast for over a year says Henry R Richards of WIllBfyville NY and tried a great many remedies but got no relief until I used Banner Salve After using one half box 1 was perfectly cured I cannot recommend it too high ly and wilt never bs without it in the bouse Moorman Owen No Vie For a Throne Napoleon Bonaparte Is quoted In The Century as saying to Dr OMeara at St Helena If I was In England now and time French nation was to offer me the throne again I would not accept of It because If I was to do so I would be obliged to turn bourrcau executioner I would be obliged to cut oil the heads of thousands to keep myself upon It winch would not be pleasing to me Oceans of blood must bo shed to keep me there No no I have male enough of noise already In the world perhaps more than any other man will make perhaps too much I am getting old null only want retirement What could I do In IFranco Alone to set myself against all the powers of Europe Madness Rheumatism Is conceded to have its origin in a colsonrd condition of the blood and to be most nuccesefully treated by HERBINE which nets upon the liver kidneys and other blocd purifying or gnp tliprnhy divesting the system of the offending agents Price CO cents The Polite Professor The palm for absentmindedness should be nccorded to a learned Ocr man professor One day be noticed his wife placing a bunch of flowers on iris desk What do they mean ho asked Why she exclaimed dont you know that this Is the anniversary of your marriage Ah Indeid Is It said the professor politely Kindly let me know when yours comes around and I will return your attention In kind Colliers Weekly When the liver fails to secrete bile the blood becomes loaded with bilious properties the digestion becomes Im paired anti the bowls constipated HEROINE has a direct action on the liver and excretory organs and a few doses will cure any case of biliousness Price 60 cents AhMd With Their Crop Mr and Mrs Sam Hall with their three bright little boys made a call at the News office Saturday Mr Hall says that tbe farmers In his section on Bull Creek are farther along with their crops than usual at this time off the year and be predicts a prosperous year SI wlftaine1jI1r17JlIn CHARMING grandmotherI A What a pleasant influence in the house is a delight ful old lady in good health MRS MOLLIE BARBER St James Mo writes I took Lydia E PinkhamS Vegetable Compound during change of life and hue passed through that critical prOd safely I suffered for years with falling of the womb and female weakness At times could hardly stand on my feet also had leucorrhosa I tried several eood doctors but instead of getting better grew worse all the time A friend advised me to try Mrs Pinkhams Compound I did so and after taking six bottles was cured of both leucorrhoea and falling of womb I am now enjoying good and They box and well It helped me through change life period am fiftyfive years old The of advanced years who are healthy and are those who have known how to secure help when they needed Mrs Pinkham will advise any woman free charge who writes her health address is Lynn Hustling Pastor Rev A F Bears From Bloomlngdale Send Congratulations To The WCT U The NEWS has had an interesting com munication from the Rev A F Baste formerly of the Christian church in which he sends congratulations to tbe W 0 T U for the f rjat work they have uQ ciedRev Bears has a large church at Bloomlngdale Mich with a seating ca pacity ol five hundred His member ship Is more than thrLe hundred with an average Sunday school attendance of one hundred and fifty He baa bad charge of t e church since February and has had seventytwo additions to the churcb A Fast Bicycle Rider Will often receive painful cuts sprains or bruses from accidents Bucklena Arnira Salve will kill tbe pain and heal the Inlury Its the cyclists friend Cures Chsficg Chapped Hands Sore Lips Burns Ulcers and Pilee Cure guaranteed Only 25c Try It Sold by Short Haynes druggists SHILOH I Farmers are busy planting corn Several large crops of tobacco will be raised here this year Victor Bandy cut his foot with on ox last week while working with ties Tom Cartt purchased a cow from Abe Bennett recently Miea Sallle Richardson has employed a Louisville trimmer in her millinery storeMiss Maggie Cartt our popular post mlstrero who has bad a severe attack of rheumatism Is improving There will be church services at Shiloh the second Sunday by tbe pastor Rev SoeedPreacblnllservlcell ate held at Union Star every third Sunday and Sunday school Sunday morning Mrs E A Kissam and little son James Edward will visit her mother Mrs EJ Dan Jy this summer Mrs E J Bandy spent Thursday at Union Star shopping Alex Barger one of Prestons most prominent young men has moved his saw mill back on E H Shelmans farm Mr Mesa McCubblns a prosperous farmer of this community was recently a nrrled to Miss Bruner near Preston Mr McOubbins more than sixty yeas old and this is his second matrimonial venture Piles are not only most painful but also very dangerous as the inflamed nodules are very apt to take on malignant action and cancer of the rectum is pro duced They should be cured TAB LERS B00KEYE PILE OINTMENT will cure the moat obstinate cases Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents Speeding the Pnrtlnir Guest Is that clock right he asked after It had struck 11 Why she answered Because If It Is I shall have plenty of time to catch tup 1130 car 1 remember now she sold that the clock Is about 20 minutes slow If you hurry you will Just catch the carDuring the 20 minutes that be stood on the corner he arrIveat the painful conclusion that didnt really love him as he longed to be lloved Chicago TimesHerald HEALTHFULOLD health and feel very grateful for the good your medicine hast done me I would recommend it to all women suffering as I was MRS N E LACEY Pearl La writes Ihavehadleucorrhoea for about twenty years falling of womb by spells for ten years my bladder was affected had backache a great deal I trieda number of doctors would re lieve me for a little while then I would be worse than ever I then thought I would try Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Eleven bottles of Compound and one of Liver Pills cured me and I am now sound the of I women happy invariably it of about Her Mass I every she LOUISVILLE Market Reports BUTTER 17ElginEGGS Freih 10 POULTRY lltnsperlb 714 Spring Chlc1 per lb 10 1- 5Turtfi per lb tiM Ducks per Ib OM- FIRLD SEEDS Timthy perbnthel liS Clover per bushel f oortJs 15 ClmlOI Clour per bnihel CB oo Red Top per bushel si Orchard Graperbushel uortJusl- lluegrass lancy per bushel i lo HAY GUMS FEED HAY limo hy No t 133oj11400 jjogjljooGoldCORN No2 White at More old 4314 No 2 Mixed old 41 No jWhite new 4334 No3 MIzed new 43n OATS No I Whits 31 No3 MUed Oaw 854 WHEAT No 2 Line Kerry 73 No s nedI 73 No3 to 73 RYE No1 Western 60 065 POTATOES Irish per bsrrel tmIlS Sweet per barrel 3J 00 ONIONS Per barrel I W I1ACON Shoulders S- Clesrrilxldes S Clear sides t SH Sugar cured hams II Lardln tierces 7JtiS MISCELLANEOUS Silt 7 ba bbl i SON O Molaise 4fli1 fs Sugar ersnpercwi f itoUrns per bbl 71 Cement per bbl KS 79 pulls mack slunk No i cased 8i3 oo Short stripe ifcunk joffi 7o Lnng stripe kunk 3iS 35 Whitetkank 15 Raccoon No I large 61 Mink No i large cased Ol 00 GleyfNollaflliecued iii QO I sniill 00 Mutkiat No t large cad tttfD 10 Opossum Nn i lane caied iiI IS Wild cat No I Urge med itrm 30 Otter Nn I large curd 7 ocfiSS oo Heaver Not large cued 4000600 WOOL HIDES FKATHEItS ETC HIDES No i Green silted per lb 8lo 9 No s Green salted per lb 8s8iNo i Dry flint per Ib is1 No a Dryflintperib 16 No I Pry tailed per Ib 16 Nos Dry sailed per Ib 13 FEATHERS Prime white Iiooie per lb 4 Dark and mixed old per lb 17a 3S MISCELLANEOUS Tallow per Ib iii 1 Prime bee wax per Ib 5Prim ginseng perlb 3 6t11S jKfiUHDriedI UWOOLHurry la SitGood tnhwashed per Ib 13 IS3t 070Lambskins1 40 HOOTS Sroeca snake IS ii e Pink 1 ballLtdyMayAppi JfEstf LOUISVILLE LIVE STOCK MARKET QUOTATIONS Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Ex change Bourbon Stock Ysrds LOUISVILLE KY April ii looo CATTLE Eitrs good export steers 1350 lbs and 4751a1500Lightlb 4 soffl 71 Choice butchers 43oa470 Fair to good butchers 4 f5a4 40 Comiron to medium butchers 350400Thin rough steers poor cows and ISGoodajCommon310460btockers 50Bulls75Choice35004500FairUOOS Choice Dscklnt and butchers aoo Ib to 50GoodSliajsiFalahoatsI 7oPigs430RoughsSHEEP 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SFHGMLTVV Located at JfHamman dcSori JQ old furniture BtandjOlQverport t MA1tedSFor iMtlma toCOO Russia i4500 id 4000 Ne ntrT gary th- of war Hangar make t e Basal d exce rnmfin te as a a loT n Incre ry reI tameByi00O i00Oab shGotMto tMtohorse I horseut37pmeu0 y that fge mail untries untlY 2 these b nice b uth All- nntrles J5 apd- et rl here arelIlta- rYwintrieequire3O each an j jnduraiaranc Tbefi Ismwi nan jlsclat will ag enontf t never 1 Pain E- itw1l bear h- ment pala fords jj- Pore 1BA I boys upon otflcgot I- wee1lngttim nee Ban BUll troour ton laE bet i I Ij R F CUi Ctc Uitt ttn tta xla v II II IS I 1 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 2 1900 1 a AND FOR HORSES acted States Is A Popular liar RGFor Horses For Military Use thesfdentBowl 13600 XX In the United 4600000 In the Argentine Repnb roBS d 4000000 In AustriaHungary 7f he New York Sun It Is to the OBITSentry and more particularly to gary that heretofore horse bnyeraln a of war have gone for the reason Hungarian horeea have been ballev i make the beet mounts for cavalry e Russian horses are not to be pur S id except with the permission the irnment and the Argentine is too to as a rule Now the demand fore for military use is being supplied t I increasing extent from the United I Ir ry recently agents of the British irament began to purchase horsee In e s By the last enumeration there 1000000 horses In Texts and the Ltofeeyeral thousand of them to the Government at prices ranging lrah50 toy4i0 ahead the average value horse In the United States Is now e uf37 marks a feature of the de of a new Item of American I fopmeute is not in respect to hones y that the United Plates offers a ge market to the Governments of other untries for there are now In this O untry 2000000 mules and thousands these have been purchased for war rvIce bY the British Government in I nib Africa The armies of European luntries are constantly increasing in with this increase comes the more horses Roughly speaking 11S8aid 1000000 horses required for service on a war footing in all or one horse in sixty The x equlrements of the Russian army are e0andofrEnglandGermany United 200000 States 100 000 each Horses and melee bought in the United States have been teen Inactual warfare to possess the very qualities needed The horses have speed Endurance strength and the mules en Jurance and strength without speed R The ancients believed that rheuma ism was the work of a decRon within a lnan Any one who has had an attack a jf sciatic or inflammatory rheumatism will agree that the infliction is demoniac enough to warrant the belief It hast never been claimed that Chamberlains Pain Balm would cast out demons but it will cure rheumatism and hundreds I bear testimony to the truth of this state ment One application relieves the pain and this quick relief which it affords is alone worth many times its cost For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shollman Stephensport Wonderful Luck l A young man over In Delaware recent f IjTOBd a wonderful stroke of what the boyscall good luck He was calling upon his sweetheart when the health officer quarantined tho house and he got free board with the girls family three weeks with twentyone nights of sparking thrown in Swtzee Press Opportunity Is The Cream Of Time Now is your opportunity There is no time when the system js so much in need of a good medicine like Hoods Sarsaparilla and no time when it is so susceptible to the benefits to be derived from such a medicine By purifying enriching and vitalizing the blood and toning up the system Hoods Sarsaparil lastarts you right for a whole year of health TO SELECT DELEGATES r Republicans Will fleet At Elizabeth i vjown May 16 For This Purpose The Republican Committee of the 4th Congressional District met at Elizabeth town Thursday and named Elizabeth town May 10 as the time and place of meeting to select a presidential elector and two delegates to their National Con vention at Philadelphia The following members of the committee were present CM Barnett chairman Mr Irwin Ohio county by proxy Grayson county Wvlc Archer Meade county A Anderson Nelson county OL Barnes Har din county W T Hawkins Marion by proxy Taylor county W N Foster Green county J E Bailee LaRue county Mr Rlordon Hart county by proxy B elfin county Washington and Brecken ridge counties Were not represented fj jTenured A Witness Intense Buffering was endured by wit newfT L Martin of Dixie Ky bef- orejh gave this evidence ffconghellevery Sightnatllniy thrtXUifcaa nearly raw lhati tried Dr Kings New Discovery wliltkVelInstant relief IJiave used lkttli myfamllyfor four years and reeom ltaa the greatest remedy for u Colds aadd all Throat Obese and 4 rDlJroub1 It will stop the worst congh sad not oaly prevents but abso l defy ears GoeaaiBfon Price 60e and Job Every bottle guaranteed Trial bouie free at Sbortn tit Haynes Drug Store a DEMOCRATS From The 4th District Will Meet At Bardstbwa May 24 ipOO To Nominate A Candidate For Congress The Democratic Committee of the Fourth District met at Eliubethtown Friday April 20b and selected a time place and manner of nominating a can didate for Congress The following is the report of the committee on resolutions which were adopted- It was resolved that a convention for the pnrpcse of nominating a Democratic candidate for congress in the Fourth Congressional District be held in the City of Bardstown on the 24th day of May 1900 That the respective counties in said dis trict shall on May 10 1900 hold precinct conventions and select precinct delegates to attend a convention to be held at the county seats of each county on May 21 1000 and that said county delegated con vention select delegates to attend the said district convention The basis of precinct representation twentyfive vided that each precinct shall have one delegate Said precinct conventions to be called to order by their respective pre cinct committeeman or in his absence by any Democrat That the basis of county representation in said district convention shall be one delegate for each 200 votes cast for Bryan in 1890 and one for each fraction over 100 That due notice of said precinct and county conventions shall ba given by their respective county chairman That all Democrats who voted for Bryan in 1890 or Goebel in 1899 and all Demo cratshaving heretofore affiliated with the Democrats party and all youtho attain- Ing their majority before the November election in partlclpstef An Epidemic For Whooping Cough Last winter during an epidemic of contracte1thespells We had used Chamberlains Cough Remedy very successfully for croup and naturally turned to itat that time and found it relieved the cough and effected a complete cureJohn E Uhf ford Proprietor Norwood House Nor wood N Y This remedy is for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell man Stephensport Kentucky Killings Twelve men and one woman have been killed in Irvine and its Immediate vicini ty aince last Juneand the record in some other mountain towns is much larger A gentleman who hItS spent some time in Breathitt county says that in roe country graveyard lie the remains of nineteen men who died by violence It iseuch undeniable facts as these that have given our State a bad name Win cheater Democrat Cyclists should always carry a bottle of BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT In case of accident if applied immediately it will subdue the pain prevent swelling and discoloration and quickly heal the wounds Price 25 and 50 cents Hard To Beat Hon W H Hays who formerly represented Hardin county in the Legisla ture is a candidate to represent Bullitt Hardin and Grayson counties in the State Senate As he is widely and favor ably known and exensivly related in the district he will be a hard man to beat Dont despair because you have a weak constitution The vitalizing principle of HEROINE will assuredly strengthen it In every drop of HEROINE there is life There is a stimulating regenerating power unequaled in the whole range of medicinal preparations Price 50 cents Buys A Home Mrs S S Watkins has bought from Mr Henry 0 Watkins his house on Seventh St Otvenaboro Ky for 5000 Dr and Mrs Watkins will occupy their new home about the 20th of May Children who are weak fretful or troublesome should be given a few doses of WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE They will then become strong healthy and active have rosy cheeks bright eyes will be happy and laughing all the day long Price 25 cents A Fair Crop David L Talbot who ii a large fruit grower at Elizabethtown says that the crops of all varieties in that section will amount to 75 per cent at the lowest cal culation Alone In MidOcean or on the train in the house or while at your office duller you are subject to disagreeable results from Irregular or Ex cessive diet Dr Caldwell Syrup Pep sin cures positively Constipation Indi gestion Sick Headache and Stomach Trouble Sold by Short Haynes One or the Other Doctor what ails my daughter Before I answer that question let me ask If you have reason to think she has bad a love disappointment of any kind I know she has not Then madam your daughter has the grlpEx y S r VIOLIN MUSIC It Peculiar and Varied Effect on Wild AnlmmU The violin was used recently with In teresting results In experiments with nil sorts of living creatures First It was played before a tarantula She paid no attention whatever to It But a nest of scorpions became Intensely excited and wiggled frantically A cobra showed remarkable suscep tibility She was sleeping soundly when the experimenters approached her but the first tone awakened her and she raised her head As the mu sic swelled she continued to rise till she was standing straight as a pillar supported only by her tall Every change In tempo and pitch had effect Tito pizzicato made her puff her entire body swift waltz music caused her to erect her ugly hood to Its fullest size nnd a suicn dissonance made her wind and twist her body as If she werd In real agonv The polar bear tried to dance to the sounds of till Instrument At least he swayed his body rhythmically and made a rumbling sound which portray ed deep measure The grizzlies and the lions moved their paws and the lions their tails also In tIme with the music It happened that a string snap pod with Its peculiar sharp smack Just as the player bad begun to per form before the cage of a hyena That poor animal at once hunched Its back up drew its tall between Its legs and crouched trembling In the farthest corner of the cage The elephant and the ostrich were delighted by soft tones and appeared to surer true distress from loud and sharp notes New York Press PETXBSBDRO ILL Oct 13th 1899 PEPSIN SYUP Co Monticello Ill Gentlemenour baby Esther hag never tasted a drop of medicine other than Dr CaldwelPs syrup Pepsin for more than a year She is a lovely child and since I gave her your medicine she has been perfectly healthy although she had not been well and strong until we began using it We know of others who are using it with equally good results Wishing you successGratefully yours MIlS 0 A TrUCKMULLER Sold by Short Haynes A Decided Opposition On one occasion says the Chicago Inter Ocean when Booker T Wash ington was In Chicago he stopped for a day In one of the hotels He was painted out to William an old waiter who had been In the hotel for n long time William was delighted to get a glimpse of the great man of his raco and was never tired of telling about It after that One of the regular board ers Is n stanch friend of William and a liberal tlplwr- WUllam said the boarder next morning putting on a serious face I met Mr Washington yesterday and I asked him what le thought of tipping lie Is opposed to It The boarder stood with his hand In sinuatingly In his change pocket Wil liams face fell and settled into despair- inggloomWell boss the waiter said shak- Ing his head emphatically If dat Is de poslsbun of Mlstah Washington Ise unal ably opposed to It I consider not only a pleasure but n duty I owe to my neighbors to tell about the wonderful cure effected In my case by the tlmeluse of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedv 1 was taken badly with flax and procured a bottle of this remedy A few doses of It tffccted a permanent cure I take pleasure in recommending it to others suffering from that dreadful dlseaseJ W Lynch Dorr W Va This remedy is sold by A R Fisher Oloverport R A Shellinan Stephenaport Cpiettlnz Arithmetical Tradition Jack How did you come out on that bulldog pup you bought DIckLost over 100 per cent on the transaction Jack Ob 1 guess notl A hundred per cent Is all you can possibly lose Dick Think so do you Well I paid 10 for the pup and then I had to give a boy 1 to take him out and drdTro him If that Isnt 110 per cent loss Id like to know what you call It New York Sun Alasl How Soon Forgotten I is an ache or a pain or trouble of any kind when one is well rid of it and if it haopens to be Headache or Stomach Trouble that bothers you taka Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin and you will not on ly forget you ever had it but will know that you are not liable to have it again The dose is small and It is pleasant to take Sboit Haynes Sir nicUerleri Method I have here a complete and concise history of our war In the Exactly exactly hurriedly Interrupted Mr BIckcrley Just what 1 have been looking for What a beautiful edition By the way dont for get to go around and see my wife She wishes one you know Never mind the price Heres 10 and you can keep the change The book agent had fallen helpless against the deskTbe surprise was too much Here boy called Mr Blckerley Help me carry this fellow out Thats the way to fix em Indianapolis Sun A Keen Clear Brain Your beet feelings your social position or business success depend largely on the perfect action off your Stomach and Liver Dr Kings New Life Pills give increased strength ajceen clear brain high ambition A 25 cent box will make you feel like a new being Bold by Short tir Haynes druggists h r NIGHT BELLS Various Kind of Help to Be Invoked Through Their Aid Of night bells of ono sort and another there will bo found In cities many There Is for Instance the drug store night bell which Is old and familiar In largo cities tbcro are nowadays more drug stores than formerly that keep open all night but the drug store nlgbt bell is still an Institution Inside the window there Is a light so placed that Its IHumluaton serves at once to give a glow to some highly colored jar of water time honored emblem of the apothecary and male that serve as a sign and to show to those who are seeking It when they shall have come near the location of the bellLikewise is the undertakers night bell old and familiar and to be found In numbers with a light so placed within as to reveal It plainly- A peculiarly modern night bell Is the plumbers night bell for whose coming Into existence there are two reasons one the multiplication in cities for the equipment of dwellings In accordance with modern Ideas of comfort of pipes and plumbing of all sorts for steam heat and water and gas and so the multiplication of emergencies arising out of the use of them the other be- Ing the modern way rnot putting things or till tomorrow of following always a beaten track In doing things but of being ready It called upon for work at any time day or nlgbt The night bell that probably is to be found In most limited number and then only In great maritime cities Is tbe nIght bell of the wrecking company Even In this big town there Is perhaps but one such nIght bell but there Is at least one which may be found placed In tbe wall outside of a wrecking companys olllce In a water side street with n painted sign on the wail beside It In the usual familiar words Night bell a place where one can go to get help for vessels In distress by nIght as well as by day New York Sun Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the larg est sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers and grand mothers never thought of using any thing else for Indigestion or Biliousness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostra tion Heart failure etc They used Au gust Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate tbe action of the liver stimu late the nervous and organic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with head aches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in llqnldform to make you entitled there Is nothing serious the matter with you For sale byA R FISUER A Chicago Street Car Episode Passengers on an east bound Archer avenue car were thrown Into a panic one night by the prospect of n holdup At the sight of a wild eyed man jerk ing the bell rope and flourishing a huge revolver timid women sought shelter behind brave men Quiet was restored when the real cause of tilt disturbance was learned Car 1811 had been about to cross the switch tracks at Ashland avenue when the conductor asked the man for his tare lIe took a 5 bill and was about to make change when bo saw the warning lights ahead Walt a moment bo said and dart ed ahead with his lautcrh Stop the car roared the excitable passenger who saw the conductor and his 5 disappearing dqwa the track Hes got my moneysI The would be holdup man had reached the front door when the car flashed past the conductor who was waiting for the rent platform The passenger tried to Jump from the car but found It Impossible because of the Archer avenue bridge structure Then be made a mad dash for the rear door where the conductor met him with a polite Dont forget your change sir Chicago Record Does It Pay To Buy Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs and colds Is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall ycu do Go to a warmer and more regular climate Yes if possible if not possible for you tthen in ether case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduced in all civilized countries with success in severe throat and lung troubles Boschoea German Syrup It not only heals and stimu lates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation causes easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE bottle Recommended many years by all druggists in the world For sale by A R FISIIBB The Nature of Ether If any reader Is disposed to object to the assumption of a medium behaving In such very different hays with regard to motions of different speeds It may assist In convincing him that tho objection Is not a valid one to direct bis attention to the similar behavior of such a familiar substance as pitch In moderately cold weather this ma terial has all tile appearance of a solid and will resist a blow or momentary heavy pressure If however a denser body than the pitch such as a bullet for example be laid upon Its surface It will gradually sink until It rests upon whatever Is supporting the pitch If on tho other baud the pitch Is planed upon a less 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1166 921 1215imtVonhingtonHeads 1214 939 1239Henderson 12MEvaonlll125SLLouiaAr 101 45 and 6 have rnllman Buffet Sleeping Can and elegant hgb back seat Passenger Coaches through between ouisvflle Kvansville and 51 Louis without change NOL 41 and 44 have elegant highback seat Pass enger Coaches and Parlor Car service through be tween Louisville EvaniYille and St Louis without change elelutCoacbeout changeLJ IRWIN Traffic Manager Louisville Ky LLIIIiiH St LLI Hf Fords IIIe Branch TIME TABLE NIIO IN EFFCT SUNDAY JUNE 18 18J9 Vett Bound Train Hut hound Train No3t Vo8ll STATIONS No2ttNot AM PM AM PM- l0 50 6 45 Lv Irvington Ar 9 00 5 45 11 13 7 US Garfield 8 a5 520 1124 719 llarned 8 2 6e1 1128 7 23 Junction 820 605 1133 7 28 lardinsbure 8 15 6 OU 1140 7 M Junction 8 10 4 M 1150 7 45 Kirk tl 01 4 46 1157 T 62 Jolly 754 4 89 12 09 8 01 ftlendeaneDempster 742 4 27 1214 819 730 415 1230 825 Falls of Houch 716 400 1150 8 4S DempsterKockvale R57 3 n 12 55 850 653 335 100 8 55 Ituth R148 3 31 IUS 900 A akin 644 I5 113 908 Oaks Rt6 321 120 915 Ar FordsvfllLv 6 SO 315- FM PM AM M tDally Trains 44143 and 44 connect ot Irvington with Train Nos 3 and for points on FordsvU branch Trains 234 and 5 run Trains Nos s end 4 connect alhylnglon with Main Line trains 4t 4s 43 and 4- 4LOUISVILLE EVANSVlll MAIL 00Incorporated I Fast Passenger and Freight Steamers TARAS CON TELL CITY liE GK RAGON ROSE HITE AN- IABELLEDUE 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 OE HYDES Q F and P Agent Louisville Ky SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR STOCK Quick Time Close Connections Low Rate t i JI m H 18 THE BRECKENRIDGB NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 2 1900 r t 1I =nn x f 11 i w1i 1 f 10 r toIt Cures those eruptions boils ndpfaple which are so like to appear fx the J Spring cures scrofulous diseases in their most tenacious forms cures salt rheum or eczema with its dreadful itching and burning cures all stomach troubles due to generally weak condition and impure bloodcures debility sick headache and that tired feeling which just as surely indicate that the blood is lacking in vitality and the elements of health Hoods Sarsaparilla Qif ll fiaIWVeIII UVJf1Jlfl a BRANDENBURG Hon Cbappze Wathon of Owensboro was here last week to attend Circuit Court Mite Elizabeth 0 Alexander has been Ihe guest of her friend Mrs Ella Dow den Gregory Mr Donaldson Phillip of Taylor county visited his eieter in law Mrs Clnnie Phillips last week Miss Annie Bondurant and Beall Grinnell spent last Sunday with Mite Jennie Lee Woolfolk Meade Springs The young men gave a delightful dance in the rooms over the Messenger office last Saturday night The young lades had an enjoyable evening Mlsjes Gin llardin Daisy Mrlotire Suele Elder and Nell Trent Mended the mutlcale at Irvington Friday night and reported it a perfect success with a de lightful evening socially Brandenburg will have on festive at tire for many a month now May has several pleasant dates June Is commencement mouth then picnics and ex cursions to the old mill on Doe Hun willbejaprdtr E 0 Babbace city editor of the BBICKKNBIDQIC NEWS was the guest of Mrs Hattie Grinnell last Thursday to to attend tho Rhodes reception Ernest S is a most pleasant young man and made a pleasant impression The reading club will be dnterlalned by Mrs Tom Rhodes Tuursday afternoon The III act of Romeo and Juliet is the study with notes by Rolphe The members are much interested and a most charmine time is ever enjoyed The next hostess will be Mils Lulu Woolfolk May 17th t The Literary Society of Brandenburg Normal gave one of its very brtt programs f of the scholastic season lost Fri day night The essays debates society paper current topies quotations recite t tions were all interesting The music ly the orchestra was stirring Our liter v ariee are of four years standing estab lished us a permanent feature of our excellent Normal so I often neglect to speak of its work Suffice it to say the society has ever been a success Mr A 0 Burton delIvered a lecture in Oareiiaboro last Saturday night He Is always in demand for addresses and cannot fill the appointments requested Mr Burton is similar to Prof Browuell of the Louisville Manual training school in one respect aud that ID he doesnt dull every day attire In laugu gtl and is no n ore on drees parade before an audience than he la In the school rooUl But his language is tho ben Ku gliah full of Eouud logic concise lien tence rounded and trimmed with hit mar and wit which is spontaneous end original Misses Elizabeth 0 Alexander cf BreckeuridKe counts who has been I studying tut for two years la Cincinnati gave a beautiful program under the au spices of the reading club on the Twelve Greatest Pictures of the Woilu Tuesday night at the Brandenburg Nut mal Thobubj ct nt this ege is a very popular cud ffuBCinatiug one and tends to cultiva e au aesthetic taste in which most of us are eauly deficient not from desire or inclination but from lack of opportunity to develop that aide of our character In consequence we are de cidedly lop sided M Prof Browuell expressed thoidea 1 Illweeds grow apace ImpurUiea in yo ur bjood wlllaliw grow uuleai yw promptly ejcpsi them by taking Hoods t win11 tSarsaparl a JOLLY STATION Drr rent thoughts and different views Make something fine for the grand old NEWS i So let us toil end llilt u9 sask To make the NBVI butter every week- Farmers are all busy W J tale went to Louisville Mon dayJ B Bates now residence is nearing completionThis was well representedat KirK Sunday Mr and Mrs Horace Blend spent a day in Louisville hilt week Roscoe Lislle was here last week col jectlnc taxes and attending to other bus nelll Henry Wrightjtook advantage of the cheap rates to St Louis Ha reports a pleasant trip Several fishing parties have gone from thlspla tp the FalliJ butjhavu met with little success i s Mr and MrsJHenrylfYeajsr fOlover ptdhiet Miss Ora Brlckey who lias been spend 4 t r w ing a fey weeks with Mrs Rhoda Wright returned home Sunday Mis Rhoda Wright whp lives near this place got two of her fingers badly meshed in a corn shelter last week Mutert OlUe Brickey who has been vblting his grandmoher near Clover Creek cburchretnrned home Sunday A county road has been surveyed from this place to Glendeane It is a toed that is badly needed and we hope the work will be rapidly pushed C10U Reward 8100 The readers of this paper wilt be pleased to learn that there hi at least one dread ed disease that science has been able toM curu htftMtA stagesarid tUal Is jfrateAh IlgWk CatdrrhCuro1sttievobYyRoeW itcure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dlaua- serequla cppstilutional treatment Hallti Catarrh Cure Is taken internally acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroy ing the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith jn its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for lists of testimonials Address FJ CHENEY Co Toledo O- Iffld by Druggists 75c t t HOLT Mrs J G Stephens is visiting her sis ter Mrs Wm E Minor Mildred Fontaine entertained several little friends Thursday Mrs Lucy Coons has returned from a visit to her parents In Offensboro Mrs Long and children left for their home in Shelby county last week Mrs Jennie Mogan and son Charles are at her fathers Mr L L Mitchells Mr and Mrs IV D Holt have return ed to their home where they will spend the manner Claude unwell has purchased a one half acre lot from L D Addleon and Lee built a house ou it Mrs L L Mitchell and son and daugh ter have returned from Derby where they bad been attending the funeral of her eon inlaw Mr Raasie Mogen Andrew Coons has moved on the Brin lev farm between Addieon and Stephens port which he has purchased recently and on which he has erected a house H Clark Ctiaunciy Ga says De Witts Witch Hi zdI Salve cured him of Piles that had sill cted him for twenty I years it is also a speedy cure for skin diseases Beware of dangerous counter feiteAIt Fishers- Dreckenridge Unreported The Goebel monument fund raised by the ladies of Daviess county will reach 500 by May What have the ladles of Breckeuridge county to report I think DeWitts Little Early Risers ate the best Pills In the world says W E Lake Happy Creek Va They re move al obstructions of the liver and bowtla act quickly and never gripe A It Fuller Miss Mary Smith one of Hardlns burg most popular young ladles was the KUBt of Ms Nellie Gregory Friday night and Saturday Cu rrsti atrn s a r JtYW s9 F ben rk1T r + i4n1IIII = rsMrawt =sir nl 7e WEST VIEW Items are few but work is plentiful Some of the farmers are through plant ing corn The fruit crop bids fair to be excellent in this community Mr and Mrs Neddie Skillman visited at McDantels Sunday General Goodman and wife visited at Hardlnsbnrtc Sunday Mr and Mn E McDavis visited at W D Matthews Sunday Mrs Frank Hennloger visited her parents Sunday at McDaniels Tom Hunter and wife of Tennessee have been vllUng in this vicinity The manwho talks about anotheid politics or religion should know whereof he speaks Roscoe Laslie off Cloverport was here Thuieday in the interest of taxes due the estate of V B Burton He will be here again about the last of May when we hope he will have an easy and agreeable adjustment with all indebted W W Mayhew Merton Wis says I consider One Minute Cough Cure a most wonderful nedicine quick and safe It is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results It cures coughs colds croup bronchitis grippe whooping cough pneumonia aud all throat and lung diseases Its early use prevents consumption Chil dreg always like it and mothers endorse ItA R Fishier BEWLEYVILLE Llttla Jennie Anderson has been quite sickMr Si Miller visits Miss Mabel Stith againMr Skillman was visiting Miss Ola Shumate Sunday Mr and Mrs Will Jolly have been in Irvington trading with Jolly Cain Dr Walker and daughter Kathleen were visiting in Meade county Sunday Miss Stella Paul is spending this week in Guaton the guest of Mrs E L Stith Elisha Smith Sr has au all summer job of sawing lumber for G W Richard eonMr Will Paul alter a visit to his par ents left for his home in Louisville Sun dayMr and Mrs Hugh Hardaway were attending seryices stud visiting friends here Sunoay Miss Blanche Jolly is giving Misses Minnie and Nellie Smith of iiill Grove music lessons The Womans Missionary society last Friday was good Bro Mell is a mem ber and a regular attendant The Bewleyville irviugton and Web ster Sunday School Convention will be held hire Saturday May IDh Mr and Mrs Harry Stewart of Web liter recently visited Mrs Stewarts parents Mr and Mrs Geo Shumate Jesse Payne lies been visiting his homefolks several days He is a student of the college in Hardinshurg Jim Morton came down Sunday from the city to visit his uncle Z T Stitb for a week or more Jim has been ill and came for a rest G P Paul has given away his tools and will not work any more We need Ring oat the oil fling ta the esw King out the false Ring ta tu tne theMyDR BELLS PineTarHoneyNatures bysdedcePosltivoCoroof the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs an exhila rated I tho microbebearing mucus Is cut out tt the cause of that tickling Is rpuoved and the Inflamed membranes are Healed and soothed so that there Is no Inclination to cough SOLo BY AU GOOD DR aqtSTa Battue Only 28o 60s snd 100 6taa BE SURE YOU GET Ir lilli MitTarlMqr aeLLWeatbi rMgea td wr tie h IfI t a good smith to take his place and he offers his shop lor reaL- LewlllKlscbetoe Raymond ileadow and Misers NIta Beard and Baker passed through oar vicinity to and from the meeting at Big Spring Mrs Mary Cainand son Robert Rand Miss Florence Cain of Irvlngton were guests of mine Saturday My grandson to a gem without a doubt We all met Roy at grandpspe Sunday Caring for a flock of peepa week in early spring does not lessen my antipa thy for them but still we who hard en dured the ordeal of keeping them are now reaping a very nice little recom pense which compensates somewhat for their numerous offences Mre Ijegott Miss Lena Drury and I are a committee to arrange for our Childrens Day exercises which will take place within a month Mrs Obas Drury and the gluts and boys are to dec orate when the time comes When we undertake this it is to do our level beet always IRVINGTON Mr Ed Shellmanis town again John Hfggtuv of Owensboro is here for a short stay Misses Elder Trent aud Hardin of Brandenburg attended the mnairale Mimes McIntIre and llardin have been tho delightful guests of the Mc Olotblans D 0 Heron has received a splendid order for his very fine hors from a party in Alabama Little Harry Smith who has had a spell of sickness is reported some better at this writing Miss Ada Begird and Morris Jolly came up from Hardlnsburg to the entertain ment Friday night Joe Bland and Bud Stinnett from Garfield were in town Monday circulating among their friends Mrs Bramlette and children are home again after a lengthy stay at their old home near Alton Indiana Mrs Hensel has returned from a delightful visit to her lathers In Meade county end relatives in Louisville Mrs George Wash Smith of Guston and her three daughtera In law were in town visiting and shopping Saturday Lee Meyer that hustling shoe drum mer was in town on business and re mained aday longer for the musicale Sam Keys and wife have gone to Meade connt visiting and fishing No doubt Sam will return with a large fish story T Mrs Paul Frost who has been quite complaining all winter has been out to spend the dayt with her brother Mr Taylor LittleClaycowbI and for sale a nice lot of pot flowers atI Jolly Cains store Call and see Edwin and encourage the new enterprise Mrs Lon Moorman came from her mothers home in the country to attend the musicale Mrs Moorman is much improved in health and we hope to se her in town again soon Irvlngton never is behind in anything that calculates to elevate broaden er entertain her people Hence the ser- vIces of that most delightful entertainer Ralph Bingham of Phlladelpba has been secured ffor the night of the 21st of May Another rare treat is in store for our good progressive people The entertainment given by the Ladies Aid Society was success in every way Those wtioftook part in song and recitations acquitted themselves with honor We hear nothing but praise from every one and a wish that this same enjoyable evening would he re peated sums time In the near future ROSETTA Wheat and tobacco plants are looking wellJames Carigan is farming with Mm John Slatou Earl Head has gone to Illinois to spend the summer Jesse Hardaway will be in Rosetta the first Sunday in May Joseph Slaloti has returned from a visit to Shawneetown HI Alfred Payne and Sam Gross have ben visiting Mrs Chas Gross James Mercer has returned from a visit to relatives on OloverCreek Quarterly meeting services will be held here the first Sunday in May James Mercer is putting up a house for John G Roes on his farm here Otto Robinson has sold his lambs for 5c a pound to be JulyIAlfred Taylor and family were the guests of his sisters here last Sunday Mr and MBChas Teed who were recently married in Louisville have arrived here Martin Rogers is our new post master q W Kasey his deputy keeps the of- fIce at his resideukO Brother George Gnlll is the good sup erintendent of our C1Ioolwhieh- opena at 0 any eVery Sunday morning Od account bi tfie ill beallh of lite mother and wife William B Beard is dlschaigefront i Read our want column t 00 t4- y Un+ y t J i txe MIIDY a schoolL1 k 11 r4b1 andaShIftIciSI 1 when she 11theV She cant study easily falls asleep is nervous 1 and tired all the time And what can you expect Her brain is being fed with impure blood and her whole system is suffering from poisoning Such Ilrls Are wonderfully helped and greatly changed by ta- kingAyerS SarJiRarillB Hundredsthousands of schoolgirls have taken it during the past 50 years Many of these girls now have homes of their own They remember what cured them and now they give the same medi cine to theirown children You can afford to trust a Sarsaparilla that has been centurySltt If your bowels are consti pated take Ayers Pills You cant have good health unless you have dally action of the bowels u eta a lox mydyspepsia1JIUI12I819 Y Write the VectorIt- youhareanyeomplalntwbaterer and desireI the boil medical cdrlea you ulbly recelTe write the doctor tree You will receive a prompt re ply without coat Addreei DBJOATER Lowell Mm HARDINSBURG We sell bacon at 8Jo per pound Eclipse Dr Dempster of Glerdeane was hate SaturdayDr Warfield of Ekron was here SaturdayMr C Lewis came down from Iou isville Friday Djiph Bbard sold his saddle horse last week forr5 cash Grnnvlllo Wilson of McQiady was here last Saturday TheM E church is being rrptirod and newly papered Jeeee Eakrldge was at homo last Sunday from Henderson Owen Cunningham returned from Louisville last Saturday Remember tbo Missionary meeting at the M thodist church next Sunday night Mrs Nancy Snyder is having her res deuco dressed up in a fresh coat of paintMr anti Mrs Gideon Miller of Kirk were here Saturday visiting friends in the town Cashier M H Beard and Jeff Hook took a day off last Friday and tried their luck at fishing Charley Durham was at Oloverport Saturday working for the local option people in the election Mis Enla Miller accompanied by her father Mr Will Miller spent Wednw day in Louisville shopping Harrold Bard who is attending the Kentucky school of Medicine Louisville was here lastS turday and Sunday Rev F M Petty left Monday morning for Jeffarsontown where he was call ed to perform a marriage ceremony The Rev Father Gabe took a day off last Friday for some flahingeportin Dor r Ua crtek He didnt meet with extra good luck + MIl RF McGary has Jast roluTncfl from Loufsvuf with a Salt lido til the newest styles lhi dress furnishings for the ladies G WBeard and Judge Milton Board wtut to Kites Run last j day night whereifieyPave a talk on temperance Rev F Mt Petty was also present from this city Young Wllliard Klncheioe has be come qtolte a farmar of late ffe la plant tag about two acres this spring in Irish potatoes from which he hopes to reap a fine harvest The meeting of the W F M S to be held at the M E Church South on Sun day evening and to which the entire community Is finvited is notone of otijr own planning Thf Btephenpport fishermen are fur jaiabinrthi8 place with plenty of flee tstplgcebrbubtI e4 nlneijr founds FoVjEa j5ay only tomorrow we will belllpleached cotton at 6c per yardj call co at Oc per yardrtislfdgttlrekid2i a p oolrroftapeatadpaperof pinesaftao jWd two Kood t6waji for ISeThe Idc1Illedt f- epnt78hriglletltgrtBeatdurreaie i j t N4 r 415 I1 II i fr s MtQtaD fta k tal plpiideane 1dakJ ei- Qurdaybn tfie charge ot fm er1 is- wanied ln 1dmondsosconlilyom Iiii cbaig81betlft Beard left lQrhat pl- MondaynljthhrUat with hifprispner A Sundayschool was orgy iced at Ephesus last Sunday aftern6oit JlrLam Black was appointed superintend into The school will open nett Sunday promptly at 2 oclockjwhen an increas ed attendance wJH be looked for V G Babbage Will conduct the service Mice Mary Smith of thfq place baa placed her application before the trus tees of the Oloverpbrt High School for a position as assistant teacher in that 1bstie tutipn this fall Miss Diary baa every qualification tor give satisfaction in belt a portion should Itbe awarded her lThe relatives and friends of Mrs James G Hasweli who sat New Haven Conn received word last week ttfafrehats very ill and her recovery doubtful fIer son John P Uaswell Jr ban gone to be at her bedside Mrs liaswelfchaq been at New Haven about two yeara stiyfnf with her married daughter James Lyons of McQisdy WAS Iin Louisville llast week offering some of rile tobacco ou jhe market tie oulyaold two hogsheads of trash t5 Ilebas on band yet about twenty hogsheads of leaf that he hopes togjt a good pride for Mr Lyons tobacco has been well land ledand he will doubtless secure the top of the market for its Mr Thomas Hone left last west for a trip to Virginia where he will visit the home off Ma youth and Took Upon the surroundings thathe I left tbjy yearsa o Mr Simmons came here in 1800 and began life as n farmer HIS success bas been unusually good although he wasnot located tu n rit i sec tlon His v 001l1lUV and jood iudgment have been the cause of his success A iTTelT Roar Dinner They dined well lit not W4selyr ifl the old days described by Sir Algerjid West In his hccplfectlgna ao ayiff1 Thanks tto the Introduction nJBH Ing after dinner wine drinktngle Mow oyer What It wasin old dnys nv pfcrs most incredible The 1hlb Lord cianwIUInm told pie of mhc pccnjjlw when lac bad llnn1 nf n frlendpylla- negr Putney The dinner was tr1oJo dlnnrlly late for those yoajts fitJt8 oclock When they nt last rose frothe table and vent up to their rooms JWrd Clanwllllara flung jpcn hla wjndqw and saw the baymakoYs comIng into the Held I wonder ho thought what hour they begin work And on consulting his watch he found It was 80rtbp haymakers were rctuYnlns to work from their bredkfastItfow York World p No Vie For Him No said the prnctltnl politicIan we dont want him figuring In rUie campulgn But be Is exceedingly well Irvform ed I doubt It He has put In all his time studying the tariff and finance and the United States constitution Ho doesnt know anything about politics Washington Star One or the Other Doctor what alls my daughter Before I answer that question let me ask It you have reason to think ibe has had a love disappointment of any kludV I know she has not Then madam your daughter has the grip Chicago Tribune Gratitude la n nice touch of beauty added last of all to 1110 countenance giving a classic beauty an angelic loveliness to the character An orange hit In tho exact center by a rifle ball will vanish at once from sight scattered Into Infinitesimal pieces Sweet Bells Jangled Out of Tune and HarsMr Shaketptarea deidrlptton flu thou sandlot women They ore oro des pendent sickly Ooi burden to themselves and their families Their sweet dispositions are gone and they Ilka ButthenMcELREES WineofCarduiI womanlyornn1sm tm1gthItIttoseattp the nerve lvhichssffer ing and disease havehttend It fa the most perfect remedy everdevised perfectIiUsdroggtetaForUl dlreetloca addrew givtaraympi toms SlvtoSy De1hecliApargieat mooga ledtdie Co Chattanooga Tear L we p M 4 FOUND i GOti MrREt r 011 It Was in His Poultryr Yard- Man i t lalowt Use a Cospsond Thatt Make i ills Hess Lay Dsable the Uuit NWH 55 ber Serand Wister Secret HisSuecets I 71 People in the neighborhood of Ore to Iowa are amazed at the number oC eggsrthat this man drlvee to market When asked what was the cause of his hens being BO prolificl he stated It WM all tn a certain compound he was delay tbatkept his h4n in gold condition and furnished them with the proper stints 4- M Ins to epg production American Pout try Mixture is the name of it and la i mlleby American MIlo Co Terre i haute Ind Every man in the poultry xt t jbJsjIIthe eggs lie his profit This mixture la guaranteed to increase the production of 4 eggs 100 liar cent or money refunded It will do more than thrto times as J l much as the same amount of any other t compound It is concentrated in form R mad the result cf jeara of practical perlonce in the poetry business exff is absolutely fdoubt as to what it willfI ei dOla you dreinvf4 t j it at the expense ofth coeu 1100 for j r- uampepast1i +ge loraat do J f the work Jpu tWnev backr ii This is fairandjemadeduce pracUI t ctl poultrymij4 gv 1J trial It Is b also a sure Drtviritlx f9t anch diseases tt- as the feet b1a e1Wo1e14d Loup ayhich p rcountryr r e and gizzard andlBoiBorougb yvgcIenti v fie preparation ir 1 The manufcturerirNgrJranfeo every package orretundtbojccbaa mODeyt44- If your druggist dptfti American f aPoultry llixture bfbIJ the age In that cgeA odder Jirect from American Manufacturing CoT ire Hanlo Jid t i v luvrtonm grubber I itbCiib General Lawton uiado It a habit of 4 this life to take a cold wdter Bath ev 1j cry morning before iircf fask and i while cauipaJafafag he ciurfd with him I ti rubber tub It madono difference ftuhfulf every morning I In following the Apflchcp ho reached adlana r beforgju3aFitug i tub anti other tent equipments hUtue base of the mountains ftt charge of an old and faltbfgjL jcrgcant to guard carefully untUiheycturnod It was an iold trick wlth itbaU trlboi ot Indiana J When beln pursued tocircle around j and return tO tbo cxaufcofiit whencoIfthey started e 6 I loutl I of the mountain When he got there he found that the old sergeant and his sIx turn hall bfen killed and that 1 stub 1 had been carried off by the In dians The Apaches evidently learned how highly the general prized the rub her tub fdr they placed great store by It after they ImdTapturcd It and guard ed It as closely as they did their own lives Loulsylllo CourierJournal ajemorlfei of a Walti withforeigner a man who had been traveling abroad I did once he continued and that experience was more than enough for me It happened at a ball at Mustsaphant tho Hotel St Georges I asked an Austrian countess to Wultz and when wo started I supposed wo would dance In the leisurely American fash rl Ion The countess hind a different Idea a In her head She preferred to whirl madly like a dervish on a space that could bo covered with a parasol and on account of per superior strength I clung to her nndWQ began to spin Finally when It seemed to mo that we were performing our antics pa the ceiling with our heads hanging down I could stand It no longer and gasp Ing for breath suggested that wo sit down I saw two chairs gs lIorg around the room and prepared to erir 1 them on the next lap We steered Xor them I clinging helplessly to t oath letic lady and then wo sank down tIsat dosed and almost Inscjualblo rUU1Ixwas aroused by the countess saying II Excuse me but we are sitting on the Bamo chair Detroit Free Press Our First rOtal RauThq first law of congress flxlnj raW t of postage went into effect on Juno 1 1702 with rates as follows Not exceeding 30 miles 0 centa 8 10 1OTer1t miles 12j cens i f- Oyer 150 nAdnot excjcpdjn 200 miles 15 cents S Over 200 and not exceeding 960 sy miles 17 cents c- Over 250 and not exteedingt1160- miles 20 cents Over 350 and not exceeding 430 miles 22 cents v Over 950 mlet CS eats- It would seem that ixwtmastcro of that day must leave fie a greatly 1ro plexcd In adjusting the rates oaeaek letter under such aiaiversified schedule z as tho above The weight limit ija ono ounce single but a sl tfooewas a single sbeet two sheeli three sheets triple four sheets a fjMdi ruple letter even It the whole tout did- n9tAxreacd anunCeI Ji ubecrllO for the 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