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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOIi XXI CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 21 1897 NO 40 Circulation the Largest of Any Weekly Paper in the 4th Congressional District THE ANGELLS El Will PrAbablv D isn leas ft the Sultan H MRS Iter N TIUTON DEAD Demise Kept From the Publlo Vlinoit Up lo the Time or llurlnl ELIZABETH FRANKFORT With- Â¬ s bu H yesterday Since tho famous Beechor trial she had lived in MfiTH AHF ARflPNT ftHlinnM In recent years sho strict retirement had shared her EQUALIZATION BOARD PASSING wnoucaa homo with hor widowed daughter ON ASSESSMENTS UllltUIIUi Even the fact of hor death was kept secret and there aro no external signs of monrning nbout tho hoaso whero her W J Bryan Greeted by a Largo How tha Porte Can Annoy Our body Ilea ineouore Tilton her husband is in and Enthusiastic Throng- Pans whero ho has lived over sinco the Bceclmr trial For a long time Mrs Tilton was alOTHER WASHINGTON NOTES most totally blind but less than a year BOTH FACTIONS CAN ELECT MARTIN ago she underwent n difficult operation nnd regained hor sight Then about a From cur Special Corteipondtnt month aRo sho suffered n paralytic WASHINGTON Special April 20 stroke from which sho was slowlv re- Â¬ There Is n good deal of doubt In diplomatic covering when Arcutallant bold nitound us in the lntter part of last Fairly nagger and confound ui circles horo na to tho acceptability of Pres week she was again stricken And we altnoit lose our tilth n mankind ident Angellof tho University of Michigan The fan eial services wero held last People view with grave tufpiclon to tho govornnfent of Turkey Ho has been night Few wero admitted to the house Many men In high podlion appointed nnd confirmed as our minister Malaohi Exeter a preacher of tho Ply- Â¬ And are plunged Into a sorry state of mind to Constantinople but It remains to bo mouth Brethren to which sect Mrs Tilton bionced officiated Frankfobt Ky April 19 Tho Hun- Â¬ Tho inter seen If ho be persona grata to tho sultan A gentleman who holds n high place In ment took pkico today ter boom baa boen Bcuttled by a Demo- Â¬ the diplomatic world tells iuo ho very LOCOMOTIVE BOILER EXPLODES cratic anger and is now drifting into the much doubts If President Angoll will Three of tlio Train Crew Injured and Two shallows of oblivion where it will ro- provo ncccptablo to tho porta This means main until the end of time unless tbe ol Them Will Ille no reflation upon Mr Angolls character SpniNCf field O April 17 Engine present stock of conscience clear soap for thii 1 b nbevo reproach Hut ho is on of northbound freight train No 60 on can be bought and used unstintedly Mrs Angcll Is noted tho Big ardontehurchmnn Four exploded yesterday even- with elixer of life It was a cruel blow nil over tha country fdr tho Interest which ing at Osbom So hard that nlmoBt killed Godfrey alio takes In tho forolgn missions of tho Engineer John Hutchins of Ivorydaio Congregational church The board of for- Â¬ had he worked to prevent the grand was badly burned on tho leg eign mission of that organization Is said Fireman Fagiu of Columbus was jury from blighting his prospecta the to bo tho largest and best equipped mis- - scalded from head to foot and will die news came to him like a thunderclap on slunary conoorn In thoworld It has many Brakoman Doillo of Middletown was Saturday morning and those who saw ngonts In Asiatic Turkey It was tho first blown E0 feet ngalnst a stump and his tho willy politician realized that for to send missionaries to that country whoro head fractured His injuries are fatal squarely The it hns considerable property During tho Tho explosion was caused by seams once he was knockod out recent troubles tho representatives of tho on tho firebox giving away The en entire situation up here changed with Ixinrd hayo found thoiusclves Injured by gino at the timd of the explosion was the finding of these indictments and it the Turks and many complaints ararnow standing on tho side track Tho in Â¬ is now as complex as before except the ponding with claims for damages It Is jured men wero placed in a hospital at dead look may be broken now and that Dayton enid hero that thu influenco of tho church much could not havo been said in my A WELLDIGGERS HEROISM peoplo was paramount In scouring tho op- Mews If there r polntmcnt of President Angoll and so far rerlls III Own Life While Trying to Sara last weeks letter to tho is not a successor to Jo 0 S Blackburn of view Is concerned as tho American point a Friend it will be tbe fault of the Republicans tboro could not havo been a better solco CnAwyonDsyiLLE Ind April 10 Republicans be- Â¬ tlon Great heroism was aisplayed by Ed and the Democrats Turkish Condemnation Reynolds n welldlgger yesterday af ter cause they have one or two men notably As mlnlstor to Turkoy President Angcll noou His partner Rick Bennett was Yerkes and Holt on whom they can is expected to prove a most vigorous agent oyorcgmo with ftrpdamn whilo in a well unite and the Democrats have Henry L in demanding settlement from tho porto for outrages to American missionaries and Injury to American property Thoso who kndw him predict that ho will provo a most clllclont Instrument of justice Put It Is how will tic sultan rocclvo him well known espeolally among thoso who WW Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Nkw Yoin April 10 Mrs Elizabeth It Tilton tho wlfo of Henry Ward Beechers nccuser dic on Tuesday last Hunter Says He Will Not at her home in Brooklyn Tho news of draw her death was not mado pnblio until set lines ot firmness and determination about the mouth and eyes The weak twitching of the under jaw Is no longer noticeable and everything shows that the American champion of tho white Ended and a More metal la aging and improving He is The Suspense becoming more and more a leader as the Busnoss liko Phaso time bell rings out the hoursi He will be in public lite a long lime and his ca- Â¬ reer is only at its flood tide IS PRESENTED TO THE OUT- Â¬ SIDE WORLD The Legislature will continue in ses- Â¬ sion at least another week and I think they will Btay the full length of the six- Turkey Leads In Open Hostility ty days limit There is much needed But the Greeks aro work to bo done but the members ssem content to do a few minutes actual labor each morning and then give up for AS SOLID AS OLD GIBRALTER their joint session frolic This thous- Â¬ Â¬ and dollar a day nippodrome is becoming one ot the most gigantic perpetra- Â¬ CoNRTASTivorrK April Co Followtions ever inflicted ou a down trod Â¬ ing tho news of tho incursion of tho We need an im- Â¬ den constituency Greeks on Turkish teiritory tho council mediate revenue law But it looks like of ministers have declared that war has we wont get it broken out and havo oidered Edliem Pasha Turkish military commander o It is urged that in the event of an tako tho offensive election of a Senator this week the A detniled circular sent to tho Turk- Â¬ necessary legislation in the passage of a ish representatives abroad recalls the revenue bill will be enacted and an effort weeks invasions and states that the will be mado for a final adjournment newest incursion was participated in by but I think it hardly likely the Grcok troops which thcrcforo establishes war Tho circular oppresses The Stato Board of Equalizitlon ate tho hopo that tho powers in a spirit of hearing arguments from representatives jnstico will ugreo that tho eiitiro reÂ¬ of counties and passing on the asscsj sponsibility for tho wnr falls on Greece ments each day following the arguments Turkey has no idea of conquest and as of pacific sentiments offers of the committees They will probably a fresh proofTurkish troops on tho frou to retire tho conclude the hearing of committees by ter if Greeco will retire hers from the the las of the month frontier and from Crete Towtlk Pasha tho Turkish mlulstor Many complimentary remarks have for foreign affairs visited tlio foreign been made about the speech of Senator envoys yesterday and informed thorn Hayward in placing in nomination that the Turkish frontier had been Henry L Martin It was a masterly effort crossed on Friday night by fresh bands of Greeks among whom were a number of the Smator Irom Hardin and sot forth of Greek regnlais It was this news tho situation and tho man in happy which led to tho calling of a council of terms ministers and precipitated the decision to aunouiico that war had broken out Greece and Turkey AVEYLEIt FEELS SAFE betweenGreek minister hero Princo Tho Maurocordato was at tho same timo no- Â¬ HE CONSIDERS THE PROVINCE OF tified of tho rupturo of diplomatic reSANTA CLARA PACIFIED lations between Turkey and Greece THEYRE FIGHTING vesa Consequently tlio bombardment of Provcsa commonced nt 0 oclock this morning and continues as this dispatch is sent Prevesa which is in Epirus and 18 miles from Arta is strongly fort- Â¬ ified govcrjfimcn vonr oracrs to mo arcoR in tho Gulf of Ambracla to bombard Pro Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ V V He Thinks havo had cxpcrioiico at Constantinople that the government of Turkey Is greatly prejudiced against Americans who aro or liiivo been active In ohu ch work An nttacho of the stato department who has had experience In Turkey tells mo it Is fl mistake to send a churchman to Con- Â¬ stantinople Ho is if received under n Iran from tho first Tho government Ib preju Â¬ Its officials contrive diced ngalnst him to throw obstacle In his way They set up a system of petty annoyanco and delay Everything Is postponed from time to time Thorqis plenty of politcnoss but no op- Â¬ tion Nothing is moro annoying than this method of treating a dlplomntlo agent Ho is powerless to heto himself except by resignation Unless his go eminent is willing to authorize him to proceed to extroino measures which bavewnr as their alterna Â¬ tive ho may bo kept dancing attendance month utrr month and year after year Tho without scouring any satisfaction best sort of a man to send to Turkey said this diplomat Is not a ohurobnian or a professor but a vigorous fighting Ameri can who will sock at tho outset to estab Â¬ lish frank and friendly relations and then follow them up with cncrgetlqaction whioh luids to results To such a man tho porto would bo pleased to give attention Ho at luAstlsuhla to stnji on n fair footing A recognlztd churchman and friend of for olgn missions on tho other hand begins his work at a turrlblo disadvantage Ho Is almost suro to nocuro rank treatment as long as ho remains thero Senator riatta Position How aro McKlnloy nnd Piatt getting along This question was put to mo by ouu of my correspondents a gentleman who remembered that lust year Mr Piatt was one of Mr McKlnloy s mostbittor op oncnts Arguing from this he supposed thero was trouble or danger of trouble be Â¬ tween the president on J the senator from New York tho rock on which tho Republican party hug split moro thanonco in tho past Put rcolly McKlnloy and Piatt are getting along very well Tho president took occasion to toll Mr Piatt before In Â¬ auguration that tho now senator from New York would bo placed upon tho sama foot ing at tho Will to House as all other RepubNothing will bo dono In lican Bcnntors your statu unless you aro first consulted You will bo given aid tho president an opportunity to mako your representa tions concerning every appolntmont in Jvew York I do not mean by this that all your recoin mondatlons will bo followed Thero aro others and other things to think about Soino of tho things you ask for will bo done and somamuy not be but in every case ypu will bo treated as your po Â¬ More sition and your dignity require than this tho president said of a personal friendly nature and Mr Piatt who hi an old war horse in politics and likes plain blunt men who know what they NiMH and mean what they say was do lighted with thu presidents plan It has been followed out to the letter and the president and the senator from New York aw ntting along very nicely Situation In Tenniylraala One of tlw most del lea to political situa- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tlio Insurgents Can Do but Very Ilttln Dainngo Hereafter - Spanish Account of il Few Iteceut Skirmishes Other Cuban Wnr Vown Tho rumors that Emperor William is mentally unsound have drawn attention to lrinco Henry U 34 years old and is a naval expert Twice his probabl successor he has jumped overboard to save drowning sailors PRINOC HENRY WHO MAY BE EMPEROR ana tteynoas s4 w be piece them umlcr tho control of Quay amfthus anger the moil who stood by Mm r would he turn them over to Mafie and fellows who are Quays mortal Ik toosnlwr Xvery one could see that it was tteklial situation Yet PrvsitWnt Mc Xlatoy has hniW It with to muefc taet tions confronting the president yv in the In that state a toUe of Pennsylvania large faction of tho Republican party had worked curly and openly for the nomina tion of McKlnloy Mr Quay was at first much opposed Later Quay erawlcd jnster the test as tho politicians say The Mat question among Pemuylvanla poll Uelans was as to what tha president would o with the offices in that state Would Â¬ Tf br rra are seally faction thinking ahout Batting toguthur If Jo Xlnley aatnaUy eueewuiTs la eittuiplng out he will aeooov aha tend la CaMalmoate ottttoaj admola Only ate TiW and Pwiross are geMttig tMr share and the other wing of Uw party Moreover the to not aJtonetber ignored ant has carried waiter to suea an i that now for tho first Mine in many tfciwe Is talk o nariuoBy in hw parey ganslnii there tfat to farQaay wMbiuca rank understanding all around havo been no complaints artcr snouting for help lowered himself into tho holo And en ueavored to preserve tho life of Bennett at the imminent peril of losing his own After some time help arrived and Reynolds astened the lowered rope around Beruetts body first although he was fainting from tho deadly damp Bounett was dead when pulled out and Reynolds stayed conscious only long enough to fasten tho nooso uround his own body He now lies at deaths door Notorious Moonshiner Captured Atlanta April 10 Harris Bramlett tlio most noted moonshiner who over made blockade boozo lias been captured and brought to Atlanta for imprison- Â¬ ment Bramlett has been identified with soma of tlio bloodiest tagedies ever enacted on ho hills of north Georgia and lias made as much whisky as any 10 other moonshiners living He ws the leader of tho famous band of Whio Capj that terrorised north Georgia and the same gang that shot a volley into the body of Henry Worlev in his cornfield two years ago Worloy was killed for being an informer ou tho gang Victim or tlio Cigarette LoaANsroRT Ind April 10 Walker Green 18 years old son of W H Green a P nhaudle engineer is dead of cigarette poisoning He was an exceptionally bright studeiit in high school and had shown muoh talent as an art ist Ha smoked to oxcoa and his com pmilous often remarked that ho never lost n puff iulmliug every bit of the smokst Burglar Anderson Doomed ForXlfe County Columbus O April 10 Prosecutor Dyer wu secured the prison record of burglar Jjm Anderson It shows two terms- - to Ms credit This will make him an habitsuil criminal when cowvkted of ilm crimm for which h is how held twd he will b seat up for life Cwl MhH4 oh a Strike FrrrsBCfta April 16 T1mcosUw4mm wtiployed by th Ksmh Coal cowpfwiy en the Ptuthandto road km oh strike for tut mIvkiw of omits km in Um renMnr mt Threo hiIimm atid 09 mau mm Wle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ it Martin who can be elected by a nation ot both factions combi- Â¬ Havava April 19 As a result of the reconnoltering and fighting which has recently taken place Captain General Weyler infers that it can be considered that tho proviuco of Santa Clara and part of tho province of Puerto Prin cipo west of tlio military lino have He says ho doos not care been pacified whether Maximo Gomez nnd Quiutin Bandera romalu or do notf remain on the other side of tho military lino as both of them if thoy fail to cross nro likely to bo surprised and captured at any moment us was tho caso with Ruis Rivera und lacalloo Then again ho says tho picseuco of Gomez und Ban dera in Sautu C ant means nothing as they hivo uci her men nor resources with which to do nny serious harm Based on this outlook the captain gen Â¬ eral said that ho was not asking for re- Â¬ inforcement nor for substitutes to tako the placo of losses During u number of skirmishes whioh havo taken place locontly in tho differ- Â¬ ent provinces tho insurgents havo lost 102 men killed including Lcoucio Lam rldrld tlio insurgent governor of Ma tauzas and three officers Tho troops also captured a7 prisoners and tlio in surgents retired In every caso taking with them a number of wounded Theso of tonrbO are tho official rqpoits They add that 16 armed insurgents including Captain Carlos Delgado havo surrendered to the Spanish authorities at Mutauzas Finally the official reports say that in those engagements tho government forces only lost two men killed and had 43 wonndod Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The balloting to day promises to be very tame and as I write this I see a party of Legislators gatheied not far away discussing the prospects Tbe capital is almost deserted this morning because of the pairs that are out but the indictments and promise of an election TORE U3 OU3 FLAG has awakened fresh interest and to night will find tbe members all here ready and anxious to see tbe next big wave that comes rushing in from the sea of prom- Â¬ ise The vote will be formal one being cast fur each member but on the morrow it would not surprise me If thore should be an election Hunter will not withdraw I saw1 him Saturday evening and there was deep laid vengeance in his eye He says he will not quit the race to satisfy any set ot maligners on earth He insists that ho Is the victim ot conspiracy and that innocence will be proven before tho end of the September term of court He is mad over the repeated intermeddling of llaunas man Taylor who is here to get Hunter off at any price or cost Hunler says when be wants advice from Ilanns he will call on him for it There is blood on the moon and the Republican factions are digging the grave of the Ken- Â¬ tucky branch of the G 0 P as rxptdly as the damp condition ot the ground will permit Â¬ V Another Dmtaril y Outrage lerpjtrateil Ily Spun sli iolillers New Your April 19 A dispatch to The Herald from Sagua La Grande via Koy West fays News has just readied here of un outraRO perpetrated near the town of Eucrucijada by Spanish troops who destroyed tlio property owned by tho wife of the British vice cousul Mr Harris of Sagua und toro up an Amer Â¬ ican flog w hich tho manager of the es tate George Harris who is an American citlzon had draped over his bed Tho cstnto of Mrs Harris called La Palum is about two milts from En cruoijada Duriug Georgo Harris ab seuco tho regimbut Estremadnrti camo uloag burst open tho lockod doors nnd removeckthe daybook and other articles of value Finding tho flag in tha man agers Lcdroom tho soldiers carred it out witn many epithets and toro it to bits Having satisfied their vengeanco upon tho bit of bunting in tho ubsouco of its owners thoy departed Tho mutter was reported to Mr Har Â¬ ris on his return and ho promptly laid it boforu tho British and American con- Â¬ sular representatives in Sagua who will It is canso a thorough investigation said that tho Spanish assert that thoy had seou insurgents leaving tho estate but this is denied by tho inauager The American consul at Sagua his friends say will makn a full report on the fiag incident Ho is Mr Barker ouo of the most vigorous American representatives on the island Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ItVas V a happy thought of Representa Â¬ ot Ttrt YsVlA ksOk ISMtlllMtolNM fetlYI provtsd tfeM PeanaoU stops in height M Umm th nttmsMr of objutftM or ootubiiMUotu will b ft490 to h jwttMt look taring M Mtk sjHMshis of bintf mjMsM K uw nee immnu w fwmmim Andy ifsviii To alto with Um loft tea it i iHjt tive White to introduce a resolution in the House Satarday asklBgthe Hon Y J Bryan to spek before the General Assembly The town is thronged with people who have eome frota tar and Bear to hear thigifted leader dteewi the live Imum ot he hor The Assembly will H 1m Um ImI after be joint session this OsWtyxH to hear Nebraskas tlWttn hpiahed son Bryan is still tfce Wol of Um stiver DommmUo hsait and the oand money faction has a mmU higher opinion of tho bltnetalUat than ever bo Baturtlay pro I sow blot iu LoowtUs WnsFS ejsism sWB HPp WtspstensissT U sMMt4sMpVtt Jfe twUtMifm WtT sppejsjOA Fla April 19 The steamer Dauntless which was released by order of the United States court Sat Â¬ urday started down the river yesterday afternoon and was halted by the dyna Â¬ mite eroieer Vesuvius A search was wade bnt nothing being fonnd tho DttBUtleiM was allowed to proceed 8h will do towing at the bar and has one down to most some schoonen Captain Kilgor of the eniU Boat well has or ers to follow Um Daant im wheuover sho shall twees Um bar this being intended to prevent a possi Â¬ ble tUibuetfjring trip altaonth the Dauntless coald ettaily give tie Boat well til slip if dosired DAUNTLESS DOIN0 DUTY She Will So Towing but Is Helng Closely Watched by the Cutter Boutwell Jacksonville Kelattte Strength of the Two Armies About to Meet Ich Other Washington April ID Tho Turkish minister hero has received a cablegram from tho Turkish minister of foreign affairs at Constantinople confirming tho dispatches tliat Turkey has broken off all diplomatic relations with Greece and has instructed the Turkish commander-in-chie- f to protect Turkish interests on tho frontier When seen at tho legation tho minister in reply to a question mado tho following statement Tho Greek troops having contrary to tho rights of nations crossed tho boun Â¬ daries at several points and opened hos- Â¬ tilities without any provocation and tho relations between tho two countries beÂ¬ ing thus broken tho commander-in-chie- f on tho frontier has been ordered to tako all necessary steps for tho do feuso of tho rights of tho Ottoman gov- Â¬ ernment and her territory Tho TurkÂ¬ ish minister at Athens and all Ottoman agents in Greeco havo been recalled Tho representative of Greeco at Con- Â¬ stantinople and all tho Greok consuls in V I Turkey havo been requosted to with- Â¬ 11 flfM i rNYVw draw Tho army of Greeco is small when compared with that of Turkey but is in better fighting shape Tho total peace strength of tho Greek army is estimated at 1000 men as follows Infantry 14700 cavalry 2040 artillery 8420 engineers etc 12H In tho first re- Â¬ serve thero nro 50500 men and tho en- Â¬ tire reservo numbers 104500 men of all arms This makes a total strength of 120500 men But in addition to this thcio is what is known as tho territorial army or second reserve which has 140000 men With all of theso troops mobilized Greeco could put a total forco of 272000 men in tho field The Greek army is much weaker than that of Turkey in artillery but is as strong or stronger in cavalry and all linr troops- wiJ-- rl ht with desperation aideu oj iiio peasantry now uoilig rapÂ¬ idly formed into battalions Tho Turkish government declares that tho effective combatant strength of its army including tho rcsorvo is 700020 men comprising 683200 infantry 55800 SUBMARINE BOAT BATTLESHIP WITH ITS cavalry 54720 artillery and 7400 engi- Â¬ O C Coffin the marine artist has invented a battleship which will carry a sub neers marine boat nnd release it when near an enemys fleet The cut from the New York This seems a largo army but tho num Â¬ Journal shows the submarine boat backing out ready for aitiou ber of men which could bo sent to fight the Greeks in Crete and on tho Macedo- Â¬ nian and Albanian frontiers would bo scarcely half of that for from tho ag Â¬ His passports wfllbo iiauttca tolilm and tno urecKs ravo enprarea aTortmea po- gregate must be deducted 88 battalions of heavy artillery required to man tho ho will leave Constantinople At tho sition at Motexa iu Macedonia According to tho general understand- coast fortifications ana tho big garrisons samo tuuo tho archivos of the Greok leis obllg keep in gation will bo removed In addition all ing hero tho Turkish illan of campaign which the sultanJerusalem vl to all largo Constantinople and tho Greok merchants in Turkey wero is a concentration of tlio Turks near tho cities of his domains both in European Tyr informed that tlioy wore given a fort- Â¬ important Greek frontier town ofmoun- Â¬ and Asiatic Turkey Iu fact so far tho a view of forcing tho nights notice to leavo tho Ottoman em- Â¬ navos with leading toward Larissa Ouo laltau has ordered ouly 78000 boldiers tain pussos pire report which is generally credited has to tho Greciu frontier - His Falling IT GREECE ACCEPTS it that Edhem Pasha at tho head of 12 000 men has already begun thi3 move Â¬ An English rector in on agricultural of Wnr Announced In the ment and rumors in this respect nro fly- Â¬ Declaration parish found his own sermons accepta- Â¬ Legislative Assembly ing tho substnuco of them being that Athenh April 10 A late spocial the battle which is expected to bo ble enough to ids congregation but not sitting of tho legislative assembly was fought at or near Tyrnavos has already so thoso of his assistant Why dont you como to hoar Mr held yesterday The publio gallories oommenced ho said to tho loading farmer Tho Greok plau of campaign so far as Jones Amid intense oxito wero crowded is Hos nn excellent fellow and preaches niont M Lulyaiinis tho premier an Â¬ it is understood by the Athenians the far better than Ida nounced that tho Turkish government founded on tho defense of Larissa in placo an attack upon That maybe sir was the grave had notified Greece of tho rupture of first instance anticipated and that having been prepared but wovo been inquiring diplomatic relations on tho ground of for by occupying und taking every pos- rejoiuder thougtrossivo attitude of tho Greok sible advantage of ull strategio points and inquiring about your curate and government In a cool but dohborato Thp country there is admirably suited wo cant flud as hos got any property speech ho reviewed tho recent oveuts for dofonso and whilo this defense is and wo dont liko to bo told of our sins to sho von tho cintrary that Turkoy undertaken tho Greek fleet is rolled on by a person ns hasut got no proporty Strand Magazine hud been tho uggiessor that hor troops to destroy tho coast ports of Epirus and had attacked tho ieois and attempted Macedonia Tho Greok belief in ulti- Â¬ THE MARKETS to occupy neutral prsitiouB und that mata success is based on tho expectation tho biu tries ut Piovisa had Bunk the of a universal rising of the Macedonians Ilevlew of drain and Livestock Harketa nnd Eplrotcs so soon as tho Greeks suc Â¬ Oreo snip iu eiloua For April 10 de- Â¬ ceed in winning u brilliant victory any Â¬ lurkiy fliI JH Delyumiia where over tho Turks clares war ugaiust us N o accept it CluLiuuatl Tubaeoo Market This statement w as roceivtd witn pro Hbdi longed eh eix fiom the giuciius and tho DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS BROKEN OFF Offerings for tho weok 1bM Subjects of Iloth Countries Must Leave New floor o tho ciumbcr il16l Old 7Jsl The pieiiier thin fead dispatches ro Within a FortulEht Itejoo ion for the wook 4141 oitiug tlio u out- which had happened Athens April 10 Assim Bey has Actual blei for tho wook LV3 ou tho fiontier und with reimuce to tho hauded to M Skouzes thu Greok min Â¬ lUoelpu for the week 7 reported captuioof Muiuau ho said that iho 1161 ihits new offered evefaueu tho batter en at t ait important position ister of forgeiu affairs tho following t3Ulpor 10 J lbs against M 43 for ltti hfcu had been brought into action but he noto thu previous woow and toUJ for MM kiwis In colisequeiico of the aggressive at the corro iiondltiif week lu lbUfl knew nothing as to its alleged capture Tho 722 hbiUold otTereduvoraaedU t titude of Greeco dlplomatio relations Ho added that tho Turks after re tl33 for WklnU Um peated attempts to forco a passage at between tlio king of the Hellenes and por 100 lb ngalnstnud 1309 for weok prvcoeulng H bbtU ltovoiii which commands tho road to his imperial majesty the Sultan of tho samo wuik a year fttjo Laritua hud been driven back Turkoy nnd their respective govern lltuburg The leader of tho opposition amid ro ments aro hereby broken off Be 10t Mt BQwed cheers from all parts of thooham Tho Greek minister at Constantin Â¬ M Cattlo 40 Prlmo Uiitn sows tftwg 76t bcr and from tho galleries eloquently ople and the Greek consuls havo been a 70 Hon bulls stags Prlmo Ujt 4 WMI4 M endorsed the patriotic declaration of M ordered to quit Turkish territory heavy 4 6iii 81 oomumo to fair W i Delyanuis tho sumo reason the Turkish consuls in 3 6J bhojp Kxtra U S4 aetwL Greece havo been recalled to Constan- Â¬ M 80421 IB xmimoH ft M4 M eboTe GREEK STEAMER SUNK tinople Within a fortnight from the Iambi K -- Mi 40 veal aaiVM 84 00f Greek Fleet llombnrUliig the City o date of this announcement all Greek subjects must leavo Turkish territory 1rurcM Wboat Seawc Oea NWiie Cat Atiiksh April lO rCopyright 1897 Ottoman subjects now ou Greek terri- Â¬ butohevu The Turkish tory havo boen invite to leavo it with- Â¬ tie Soleoteu StVsM W 4 WMH M fair to by tho Associate d Prss tHotliuw N samo period rrHt m TM battcricu at Prevesa ou the north wtoro in the of the eutrauuo of the gulf of Arto FIQHTING ALL ALONG THE LINE whero according to tlte treaty of Ber Â¬ Lateet KeuarU Fre tha Turkish Anr lin the Tasks had no right to eeet fort HeadquarteM fthlSK iaoatious tired- - ou and ank a Gwelr KtAUWiKA April 19 War bwtvrtm Mat 8ol4Ml buMisers ft TMU M 1st wain w tho MacMi nia Soudsvy warn Greece and Turkey has WkM eat feig whlio she va atnipttnf to hmve SUnwlshse are taking plao all tJosty tbeOulfotAmbraosit Tae crew of tho lip frou tier fcMiiier were Paved by boats from snore mm mruuon of um trooMlaat b tit cptulii of be MMrVoni w Kaw Vwrk1 Mteik tno Moead KfettOMh u Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho Turkish minister hero Assim Bey has asked for his passports nnd they havo been handed him and ho has left Athens for Constantinople The German minister at Athens Baron Von Plcsson has undertaken to protect Turkish Interests in Greeco during tho severance of diplomatlo relations be Â¬ tween tho two countries Tho Greek minister at Constantinople Prinoo Matirocordato has boon recalled Tho streets aro crowilod with peoplo eagerly discussing tho outbreak of war and tlio probablo outcome Tho gen Â¬ eral feeling is one of satisfaction at tho relief from tho irritating tension of tlio past few weeks which had gradually become almost unendurable and which is ended at last by overt act it is claimed hero upon tlio part of Turkoy Tho Greeks hold that it was an at- Â¬ tempt upon tho part of tho Turkish forces to occupy a strategic position near ount Analpisis not far from Nczeros in tho nuntral 70iie which led to the encounter on Friday betwocn tho Creeks nnd Turks This it is added v as used at Constantinople as a reason for ordering Edhem Pasha the Turkish commander-in-chie- f to assume the of fensive uid led to tho rupturo of diplomatic relations between tho countries Tho so called ontiago of Pre esa Sun day morning w lion tho Turkish batter ies thero bmlc thu Gieek steamer Macedonia further justified Grpece In tho minds of the Athenians in waging war to tho de ith lieaiast TutUimt Thn OnwV govern tienrore is w arnlly commeud ed for recalling tho Greek minister ut Constantinople and not waiting according to the Greek version until Princo Mumocordato was handed his passports It is stated in somo quarters that As im Boy tho Turkish minister to Greeco did not wait for his passports to bo handed to him but so soon as ho reÂ¬ ceived tho sum of 5000 francs telo graphod to him from Constantinople thiough tho Athenian bank for traveling expenses etc he hastily quitted this city Little news of a rcliablo nature has been received hero or is allowed to lea out regard g what has really transpired on the frontior It Is known however that tho wholo frontier of Thessaiy has been blaing with murderous firing tinea earlr Sumlax juooiiuc and that Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1rl LMsDDTCJ AKlHfi POWDER Celebrated for Its great leavening strenftth and healthfulness Assures the food against alum and all forms of adulteration sojnmon to the cheap brands ROYAL IUKINQ FOWDRR CO Absolutely Pure NKW YOK1C or Koskny Tho last two are engagca iu defensive operations The Greeks who havo invaded tho district of Mount Godoman have boon repulsed Turks Have Entered Greek Territory CoxsTANTisorEE April 10 Theporte has received a dispatch from Edhem Pasha tho Turkish commandcr-in-chio- f at Elassoiia dated Saturday saying that in consequence of au invasion of Turk Â¬ ish territory by tho Greeks his troops havo seied tho heights of Pcrner and Velschko Tho fourth division from Elassoiia under Haida Pasha and a full brigade under Nam Pasha havo en- Â¬ tered Grcok territory CONFIRMED IN i WASHINGTON i h v J v I 37 -- V - 1 Ft W m I 5Kfti sjfcftrotiMtori M woogtaju tMltfesXjkt7ft ft 40 MsW M THBX Bkeckekridge News 21 1897 xBftOKJftIDQH NMS OLOVKRPOR I KY 4 Jk A - f 4 0f Mlllll The British Feed Supply INew York Times SENATOR CAFFE1Y DJCCLINIS if i1 if r enterprising inventive population needs protection agnlust countries with not half Its resources with population op Â¬ pressed with debt crushed by class dis-Â¬ tinctions or tyrannous goverment with- Â¬ The growth has been very rapid dur Â¬ The wonder is rather that tho alarm out the skill and inventive genius of our ing the month and the plant Is general Â¬ should be spasmodic only and not chron- Â¬ own people I will hand in my resigna 1 ly in a vigorous coudltion There has ic For England is in truth exposed as tion as beln out of touch with Demo- Â¬ 1 been some drawbacks In the way of the well as protected by her isolation A cratic principles I take It that Louisaua B 41b YlSKFlVMft fields becoming furrowed by the very nation which imports two thirds of its is Democratic yet notwithstanding the llr alii heavy and continuous rainfall and by food supply is in a seuss under heavier temporay split in the Democratic party overflow in the lowlands There is some bonds to keep the peace than any one of about financiB aud the defection of the We arc Soc Agents in Brcckenridge I yH aLrvsiaVil danger of the crop becoming bo forward tho Continental nations which could at sugar planters to Republicanism or County for the Improved Tornado Disc as to suffer serious injury in the case of least sustain its inhabitants for more rather to bounty 1 lH II I have received from no Democratic a late freeze Farmers are guarding than a month if it should be cut off from Ilnrrow nnd the Revolution Disc Culti- source any n quest to support a bill at against this to a great extent by grazing the rest of the world it oil It is gratifying that the expected The alarmists of the House of Com Â¬ war with the cardinal principles of Demvator two implements that every pro injury to early wheat Irom Hessian fly mons proposed that national granaries be ocracy I do not consider that a com- Â¬ Us W WW indicated in March report has not ma- Â¬ erected for the storage of food so that mercial organlzition which takes a comgressive farmer should have terialized In only two counties Logan she might be more free to chooso her mercial view of a political question has They put the ground in Thorough Order pulverizing it cutting tlie and Lincoln is any mention made of own foreign policy even if that policy any authority or weight in suggesting damage from this insect Late wheat involved a risk of war More specifically tho conduct and voto of a Democratic corn stalks and turning under all kinds of trash which looked to bo a failure a month the proposition was that she might be representative of a Democratic constituago has improved to such an extent that moro free to quarrel with Russia for it ency Nor do I believe that jour board They arc made of Iron and Steel throughout strong and durable the loss of acreage by plowing up or was upon that point that the debate has taken the proper view of the bill simple of construction and easy of operation The price is leasonnblc planting to other crops averages but 3 turned Even if Itussla could not block- considered from the narrow standpoint per cent for tl State w V3 w Vi w mi me mm mm 4 - w Come and see them they a e great labor savers ade British ports she could prevent the of local interest vKn y w -w m r yw 3 mm In the vicissitudes of political war- Â¬ OATS exportation of breadstuffs from her orn The oat crop owing to the continued ports and It was assumed by those who fare the tariff for revenue party some rains will be at least three weeks later favored the suggestion of Government time or other will triumph I confident- Â¬ than an average year The most favor food maguines that that action on her ly look for its triumph in tho near fuable report does not indcatethat moro part would very seriously cripple the ture If Louisiana pins i s fortunes to than 50 per cent of the crop was in the United Kingdom while those who op- Â¬ the party of protection for protections ground on April 1st and in Borne coun- posed it labored to show that a Russian sake a triumphant Democracy can easily ties the sowing had barely begun on this embargo would not have such a result ignore the claims of sugar as a revenue date Indeed the recent course of trade has producer Guaranteed to be the best running best con- Â¬ You have a fair tariff under the Wil- Â¬ xuuHverage esumaieu acreage lor isv given some countenance to the sugges structed and strongest Chilled Plows ever is 80 per cent of the acreage of 1890 tion The statistics of 1890 are not yet son bill Under it sugar flourishes as TOBACCO accessible to us But whereas in 1894 well as any agricultural interest in the made Full line of Uric Clipper amP mcdium The Initial stop towards a tobacco crop tho import of wheat from the United United States that I know of If the priced Steel Plows at Rock bottom prices could not be more unfavorable Few States was 2400000000 pounds against Republican party dropping the great tobacco beds have been sown and the 1000000000 from Russia in 1895 tho imfinancial question on the strength of season is so far advanced further sowing port from America increased but 300 which It went Into power thinks to in many instances will be abandoned 000000 pounds while the Increase from evade that question by piling up more Can save you big money on these A full line There is certain to be a scarcity of plants Russia was almost half as much again as revenue sugar presents a good article to plows Get our prices and it is equally certain that tho plants in the previous year the Import from get it from But neither you nor our will be late Argentina the next most Important people have any right to demand more Tho condition of tho plant beds sown source of supply actually diminishing tariff to build up your and their individfor the Sttito averages 09 per cent of an Sir Charles Dilke pointed out however ual prosperity when you already enjoy a average condition The condition in that in average years the import from reasonable amount ifMS Q if the dark or stemming district is worse Russia was declining also and that Great It is a mistaken policy to drop the even than the average for the State Britain drew and would continuo to draw party which recognlz d your product as Taking 11 of the principal producing half her food supply from the United a revenue product and join the party counties of this district tho condition is States While she could count on sup- which placed it on the free list It is 58 plies from the United States and her own worse than mistaken policy to clamor LIVE STOCK dependencies which altogether contrib- Â¬ fpr more duty on sugar because wool and Spring Lambs The number of spring ute about half as much as the United chemicas Ac are getting too much The Dingley bill carries rates between lambs as compared with 1890 is 87 per States he thought that England would cent of the product of that year They be Independent of Russia or in other 7 and 10 percent higher than the Mc are generally reported in a thrifty con- Â¬ words could afford to quarrel with her Klnley bill It is iu my opinion Inde Â¬ dition In any case it is clear that the safety fensible from any standpoint M protecOther Live Stock There is no notable of Great Britain lies not in providing tion or tariff for revenue mention of disease among live stock storehouses hut in keeping open her It will blight the budding promise of with the exception of glanders among communications The Old Hickory has the wheel that never fails Other wagons As Mr Balfour said increased export of American manufac- Â¬ horses in Harrison county This dis Â¬ in closing the debate the real reliance of tures It will cripple the export of our ease is rumored to prevail in Bourbon the nation is upon its navy That is the cereals fibre fuel and raw materials may have more selling points but the Old Hickory will last Idngcr county also but correspondents from fact AVhen Americans read that there It will add enormously to the burden carry a heavier load and give better satisfaction than any made Last The only tellable Combined Drill on the market Plants corn and that county do not mention it in their are now liuder construction over 100 of the-- toiling masses of our people year we sold over a car load of Old Ilickorys and a car load of other the various kinds of Fertilizers successfully Can be regulated to drill report Failure of correspondents to fur British war vessels they need to remem- Â¬ It will create greater discontent Guaran- Â¬ They are low in price up in quality any desired quantity nish detailed statement of ravages of the ber that it is a matter literally of bread where discontent Is already threatening makes We had to furnish repairs for nearly all the other kinds sold teed to give satisfaction If you want a drill we are the people that can disease leaves the Bureau without accu- Â¬ and butter that is to say of lifo and the peace and stability of society And save you money rate information on this point death for Great Britain to keep up a it violates the cardinal essential cher- Â¬ but did not have to furnish a single repair for the Old Hickory Legislation is now pending which if navy that will enable her to convey her ished principles of Democracy I will not vote for it I will vigor- Â¬ enacted will quickly eradicate tho dis merchantmen and to make absolutely ously oppose it I have received com- Â¬ ease and prevent any considerable dam Â¬ impossible any blockade of her coasts munications of a like character from the age in the future FRUIT IJIOSraCTS Thousands suffer from Catarrh or cold Sugar Exchange and the Chamber of The fruit prospects on April 1st are in head and have never tried the popu- Â¬ Commerce and my reply to you is an wpin Of the principal fruits lar remedy There is no longer any ex- Â¬ answer to them You are at liberty to quite bright grown in the State the conditions from cuse as a 10 cent trial size of Elys Cream publish this letter ksksH When you want to purchase a buggy the question arises where best indications are For apples 04 Balm can be had of your druggist or we Croup and whooping cough aro childpoaches 70 pears 88 cherries 00 mail it for 10 cento Full sizs 50 cents can I get the best buggy for the least money We would simply say hoods terrors hut like pneumonia bron- Â¬ grapes 97 and strawberries 04 ELY BROTHERS chitis and other throat aud lung troubles The averages are obtained from reports that if we cannot sell you a better buggy for le6s money than you can 6G Warren St New York City many of which wero made up before the A friend advised me fo try Elys Cream can be quickly cured by ming Oae Min- Â¬ get it elsewhere we will pay you for your trouble incoming to see our damage from tho freeze of about March Balm and after using it six weeks I be- - ute Cough Cure Short Ilaynes could be definitely ascertained and Hove myself cured of Catarrh It is a 27th line We do not take buggies on commission but buy direct from the are liable to correction in proportion as most valuable remedy Joseph Stewart Gen Harrison on Corporations factory and pay spot cash which means a saving of from 5 00 to 10 co the actual damage from this free za differs 024 Grand Avenue Brooklyn N Y From The New York Sun with the damage indicated on each buggy and of which you will get the benefhby trading with us In a lecture delivered at the Universi- Â¬ BAN JOSE SCALE ty of Michigan last week ex President An Illustration The attention of fruit growers and Harrison mentioned a few facts about Poor McKnight illustrates how weak corporations facts abvious enough but nurserymen is being called to the threat- Â¬ ened introduction of the San Joso scale and unstable a thing friendship is A apparently unknown to or disregarded which has proven so destructive to fruit few weeks ago before the United States by most of the persons who vehemently If you are in the market for a interests in many of the States A bill authorities w ere after him it was Mack denounce corporations and most of those has been presented to the lower house here and Mack there with a luncheon members of Legislatures who preparo of the General Assembly which is at Seelbachs and a cold bottle at Itufers measures to the injury of corporations thought by competent authorities will and a ninety day note in the back parlor Mr Harrison remarked that we have when it becomes a law prevent the in at First and Market Nothing was too corporations engaged in conducting Dont buy until you see lis and get our prices We can save you at troduction of this Insect In the mean Â¬ good for Mcknight Even Mayor Todd almost every form of manufacturing and courted his influence Now the scene and mercantile venture time it behooves every user of nursery least 10 per cent that the stock to use the utmost care so that its has changed and the poor fellow with4 people have not only authorized but importation may be prevented until said hardly a friend on earth is wandering invited the organization of atod the bill becomes operative The only abso- Â¬ around linked arms with a deputy investment in these corporations and lutely safe course is to require all deliv- Â¬ United States marshal looking for bonds Â¬ that the bankruptcy of any legitimate eries of fruit trees to bo accompanied by men If one one hundredth part of the business is a public injury He added a certificate of a duly appointed State or people he has been kind to would come that the work of reforming our corpora- Â¬ national entomologist that such trees to the front now McKnight would have tion laws is not for apprentices and ho have been inspected and found to be bondsmen to spare aud friends too who referred to the impulsive hodgepodge would defend him in his serious trouble methods of sixty day Legislature free of injurious insects or fungi This Is a great big selfish world though MISCELLANEOUS The current movement against cor- Â¬ Every section of the State reports farm Â¬ and every fellow with a dollar in his porations Is for the most pait artificial ers very far behind with spring work pocket pets into a cyclone cellar just as It has humbug and cant for leaders rhetoric of demagogues or the rant of Our Latest War Ship nago by one fourth aa the latest English two torpedo tubes pierce the casemate It Beems almost assured that tho corn soon as he hears a cry for help Mc- Â¬ and ignorance at its principal follower communistic newspapers The thrifty battlw shtp she is more powerfully armor Pron the Olob e U nio ra crop as well as the oat crop will be late Knight is simply having a practical dem- Â¬ Neither the humbugs nor the fools part of the community cannot syinpa The monster of tho deep has on beard armed and her armor is thicker She is onstration of tho ingratitude that burns seem to be aware that Jn attacking cor- Â¬ tblzs with the demonstrations against and a continuation of adverse conditions Tho Iowa the largest battle ship in tho last of the ships for wnich the gov a crew of300 men and is ready for iter into every mans soul who is old enough porations they are attacking a neceeeary corporations will soon make the situation serious Every savings bank the American navy raadearun of seven Â¬ ernmenteontracted to give for speed a wMor That it will be peaceful is the to know what sorrow is Lucas Moose form of transacting business and attempt Â¬ depositor and every holder of a life teen knots on her official trial trip At bonus of 60000 fox each quarter knot wsh of all sober minded citizens and Commissioner of Agriculture ing to injure vast Interests the profit or Insurance policy a very large portion of this rate of speed a person Waving St beyond sixteen knots art hour This the ship is to bo regarded As a ooiMervator Did You Ever loss of which is distributed among the workmen are thereby interested in or Louis at u iu the morning would reach was exeseded by one knot making the of peace rather than an argusseat for A colored brother writing to the Bishop Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your entlro thrifty part of the community dependent upon corporations Seventeen bonus 200000 nnd this amount will be war What would happen if the lew Their Chicago before midnight Send us a troubles If not get a bottle now and Anybody who reads the philippics wages come from corporations or their knots an hour ssems slow in comparison added to the contract price of 3010000 should meet a vessel of bsr own class In to send a preacher said Bishop to preach hero Sunday If you get relief This medicine has been found against corporations would suppose that savings are invested in them More- Â¬ with the thirty ktiots now achieved by It Is three and one halt years since the conflict can not even b imagined osntsenda Sliding Elder it you cant to be peculiarly adapted to the relie and these were unlawful and iniquitous con- Â¬ over au attack upon one form of pro- Â¬ torpedo boats but it isswlft by any or- Â¬ keel of tle Iowa was laid and a little There has been so mttk asa right la his jajpre mm senua Btationery preacber cure of all female complaints exerting cerns instead of being creations of the perty is an attack upon the rights of dinary test and means great celerity over a year since she was launched tory When those mighty batteries ara U tm cant spare hint send us a Circus a wonderful direct influence in giving law created and multiplied according to property It might be too rash to expect when needed iu the operations of our tier hull la of steel with a doubh bot Â¬ opened if tbat svsat should sows to A run of seventeen knots an tom or inner skin reaching 10 feet pass the world will look 00 as anxious Tidw ft you cant spare him send ua a strength and tone to the organs If you the demands of business and serving the justice to corporations from Legislatures navy Loses preacher 11 you cant do no bet have Loss of Appetite Constipation public in millions of ways There would but the instinct of selMnterset is sure to hour for one day and night Is an aggre Â¬ above the normal water line and extsndt spectators and modern navtss at last Headache Fainting Spells or are Ner Â¬ be just as much sense in trying to restrain stop the crazy clamor against them and gate of 408 knots and Is ealculated to lug 3M est fore and aft The main will corn to pMeUcal ttst TUs ability tar sand ua a Exhauster vous Sleepless Excitable Melanchoy and Injure business conducted by un as Â¬ even railroads may esase to be regarded Indues caution and eonstant preparation battery consists of four 12 Wb and sight of the United Mates to sMstoaet Iweii svidsiisa asaahanlfal Cels and ftrlpf Cure or troubled with Dizzy Spells Electric sociated individuals as there is in trying as subjects for pillage in an enemy The spesd with whisk 8 IhcU bfWttk loading rifles The largest ahlpsanonr psopls aftiis safogwud da Koalas of Hitters Is the medicine yon need Health to restrain and injure business conduct- Â¬ our new navy ean oonesntrate will pre Â¬ guns are mounted ia turrets baUtaosd in oar eaatiausd wUlopal advansawaeU Dr Mendeuballa Cold and Grippe Cure is guaranteed to care Colds La and strength are guaranteed by its use ed by associations of individuals It should ba made a matter of public vent aa assailant from dividing bis nsst Mch a maaasr that tb trim 0 the ship AVe have said that humbug cant and knowledge that DewtUs Grippe Headache Neuralgia Aching Fifty cents and 100 at A R Fishers Whi Hasel for otherwise he might ba quickly ovsr is not sifsstod Thars is a ssooadsry Uaeondhfoaal aurrandw is las wily ignorance are mainly rt sponsible fjr the Sal ye will speedily purs pita of the Urngt ooweindstall 0nr oosau dsisHSM ara battsry of six 4 lnoh rapid flu rifles and terms that famous little pllln Vaowa as Prostration etc Drug Store Feverish Conditions warfare bow wads against corporations est steading ItisM For the Cough take Dr Meadsshalls household favor Â¬ greatly sirsagtltsBftd by the fast qnaU- - a aupulsmsuUry fores of twenty ft DsWlUs little Karly Risers will tasks HaweH With Cttitsrct The fools in it sm tits thoughtless perÂ¬ ite for burnt soakls esiU braltss and ties of all tits new crafts For sale XdHMta Cough awl Consumption Ciur pounders four 1 poandsrs and fotif With constipation siok haadaeaa CaaSjr CaUjrtlc ura MMtlpMloa romsr sons who have bss carrisd away by Um Whils the Iowa Is not as bsavy iotosw Galling guns On each rids of the ship stoaaen troubles Uaort A Mayaa Wm JfX 00 fell ctraesUui rtuadaMMsy of al1 kind by fthort k Ilaynes The debate In tho IIou9e of Commons on trio Tood supply of Great Britain was XJMTUOXY CROP REPORT a wonderfully forclblo reminder of the complexity and Interdependence of mod It was pointed out and Cenditien of Crops and Live Stock ern civilization not denied that the visible supply n April 1 1897 British Islands of subsistence for their Inhabitants never exceeded their require- Â¬ For this month 103 correspondent ments for threo weeks and often fell bo representing 109 counties havo reported low their requirements for a Blngle week a gratifying increase in the number of mat is to say tuat n tno islands were counties heretofore reporting The coun- Â¬ cut oft from communication with the ties failing to report aro Hell Casey rest of tho world for a single fortnight Grayson Jackson Lee Lyon Martin there would be ery extensive distress Pulaski Spencer and Wolfe which in a fortnight more would amount WHEAT to an actual famine An effective The wheat crop shows material im- Â¬ blockade of the British coasts would provement during tho mouth The aver Â¬ mean tho starvation of the British peo- Â¬ age condition on pril 1st is C4 as ple against 88 on on March 1st last and 09 It Is not to be wondered at that this on April 1st 1690 condition would excite alarm in England Â¬ WEDNESDAY AlHIL Bit Manly Refusal to Vote for the Dingley Tariff Bill From llie Ntw York Timet J te Senator Catlury of Loulsatia lias re- Â¬ ceived a letter from the New Orleans Board of Trade In which that body re quests him to use his vote and InlhiPtico to secufe the passage of the Dingley Tar- Â¬ iff bill From S nator Cafferys reply addressed to the President of the board The Times makes the following extract When my political views change so as4o convince mo that thlsreat country with its vast resources its free pushing Â¬ B F BEARD DILLON HARDINSBURG KY CO House The Urgent Agricultural Implement IN BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY We handle everything and anything in the way of aFarm Implement a Farmer needs and at the verj Lowest Prices DISC HARROWS Â¬ ANDjeuETlYATORS jvn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w w nw 5ajs wj Â¬ BLOUNT and OLIVER tJi Â¬ CHILLED PLOWS Â¬ DOUBLE SHOVELS Â¬ COKNis SEED DRILL Â¬ 3- - Â¬ Buggies Spring Wagons Surreys and Phaetons H Â¬ CHAMPION MOWER OR BINDER BF BEARD DILLON HARDINSBURG KY CO v Â¬ Yr ats A Si THEL BREOKRNRIDGK 1 FORDSYILLE TO L0UISYILLE3y WmtwUKmiMiIimrd isHssaitfrA mjssis1 EXCURSION ExzoTJisioisr co early Erar course it was reruscC Alter ner return fron abroad sh went to Washington aud studied law fclie completed her course and passed u brilliant exnmina Hon ranking above the 16 men in her class fehe wa admitted to the bar of Â¬ NElS GLOVKRPORT KY 1 Ladies especially provided for MATCH GAME BASE BALL LOUISVILLE AND CLEVELAND Returning train will leave Louisville at 10 oclock p m Purchase tickets before entering train if possible vV 4 BRECKENRIDGE KEWS WEDEN8DAYAPBIL2118P7 IS REDUCING RUBBER HOW ARTICLES OF USE ARE MADE FROM TIIS VALUABLE PRODUCT Fron Rubber Hands to hur glcal Supiillcs An Interesting Descrlp tlnn of How Ilulbj For fijiingcs and Atomizer Arc Made Rubber is one of tbo most stnpla and useful articles in modern ute Tboro nro but fow uses to which tho wonderful product cannot bo pat It can bo mado as pliable as putty or as hard as wood and is just as adopted for uso as a hair s pin as for a golf ball or a waterproof jacket Few people however aro as fafrmiliar with tho process of manufacture as with tho product itself Tho larger pnrt of our rubber goods comes from Brazil which is tho great Â¬ est rubber producing country in tho Hcie of course rubber workers - world lb haudlo- their olastio material with an V jcueo and colerity which is n revelation v to the man who lias wasted tho greater part of a forenoon trying to mend a holo in his pusoturcil tiro Although tho larger part of rubber manufacturing is done by machinery thoro is still considv erable douo by hand In making up goods for druggists stationers and surgical supplies tho best grades of Para rubber tho best in tho world aro gen- Â¬ erally used Tho ordinary commercial rubber is gray but its coloring is an easy matter This is done by mechanically mixing with tho rubber after it is washed and dried different kinds of pigments oxide of zino for white lampblack for black golden sulphurct of antimony for yellow and vermilion for red Tho rubber mixed with tho pigment is run through heavy steam heated rollers into thin sheets Tho making of rubber bands is n sim Â¬ ple process Thin shoots of pure gum aro wrapped around 11 form until it is a of V shaped intoThis flat tubothentho qgqnired tubo is vulcanized thickness when it is shipped off tho form and run through a machine which cuts it cross wise into strips Rubber erasers contain finely powdered pumice stouo oremory dust The abrusivo materials are mixed with tho rubber mechanically which is then molded into shape and vuloanized un Â¬ der steam heat One o the most interesting processes in tho manufacture of rubber goods is that of bulbs Long bulbs snob aB syr inges and atomizers are mado from two pieces of rubber but round bulbs such us pumps and balls aro made from three pieces For cutting the rubber zino or galvanized iron patterns are used Considerable care is necessary in this as the strength of tho seam de e pends upon tho smooth fitting of the edges Tho thrco parts for hollow balls may however bo cut with a die If tho bulb has a luck small pegs of iron are first prepared by being cemented and wound with strips of rubber as a nu cleus jf After tho rubber ia cut into thopropcr K parts it is then brushed with cement the whole length of tho skived edges and thoroughly boated The bulbmaLcr then takes the softened rubber and tak ing a prepared peg plaocs the neck oh ono pieco on ouu hi do of the rubber coro and another neck piece on the op- Â¬ posite side then presses them firmly to getbor and rolling the whole tube shaped piece botweon thumb and fore flngor has finished the neck of tho bulb Tho next process is that of knitting the edges which form tho scam This is done by holding the finished neck to ward tho operator in his left hand while with the thumb and forefinger of the right he pinches tho edges firmly together for nearly tho whole distanco wound Into tho side aperture which is left opcu ia poured a little water or liquid ammonia The opening is then made still smaller and as a final touch tb maker puts his lips to the orifice aud blows full and hard into the bulb The ofteucd rubber under this pressure ex mmmU tho flattened shapo is lost in a tatar Mid more rounded outline while ha operator with a quick nip of hfc taata closes the opening the imprisoned six aud wate holding the sides apart iu sjinwietrical corpulency The partly made bulb is bow passed on to the tamers who anwed with scis Â¬ sors witfc carved blades carefully circle tttt S9IMB0 cutting away all tmevenness till the who- - exterior is ready for the wold The bulbs as soon as tbey leave the trimmer bunds are laid in shallow Mpa tiled with chalk WImh taken mom am tbey are carefully dveied rubber will ot witftla o that the of tfit wold A adhere to the inside BtOld worker tbn tsjies oue nalf of the mold in his left kaud and with his right forces a bolta into it eappittg t Ubtn second belt laoii nolo if the pstttni frorkw it skiltfnl will flt its lMUeUrwtM the finished bulb i apt A Long List F Â¬ Â¬ ft Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bulbs taken out If tho work bo well done tho swelling of tho liquid within its rubber prison has exerted so intense a forco that every lino and letter within tho mold is reproduced upon tbo outside of tho bulb while the sulphur combining with tho heat accomplishes the vulcanization Tho final process taken placo in tho cylinder room whero in slowly lovolv iug tumbling barrels tho bulb undergoes a thorough scouring When taken out of tho cylindeis tho dirly yollow color which tho bulbs bore on leaving tbo mold has disappeared and they aro now smooth white and finished Tho neck being cut off the required length tho bulb is ready for market orfor the vail ous fittings whioh accompany it os adjuncts to the syringe or atomizer Boohcster Uuiou aud Advertiser Â¬ Â¬ FAME Hut SII came Tn Mar Work as Hard a Iter Studio In an obreuro attic iu Paris there is working away today a youug womau from Oshkcsh Wis who thrco years the supreme court of the District of ago was more talked about and written Columbia in 168i She was appointed about than perhaps any of tho younger United States commissioner aud exam school ol artists At tho ago of 10 sho iner in chancery in 1686 and was adhad achieved fnmc at a single bound mitted to practice before the supreme This was Miss Nellie F Mcars and you court of the United States in 1801 Mrx Bicker has taken an active part may remember what a sensation was sev- Â¬ caused when her statue entitled The in politics and has vtorkd hard in was accepted for eral campaigns for the success6 of tho Genius pf Wisconsin years She is the Wisconsin stato building at the Bepublieau amdidate old and not ut all frivolous nufl will nt onco proceed to perfect tho details of tho organization The plans will iuclndo tho best fea Â¬ tures of tho Salvation Army and of tho Church Array of Engluud from which tho former organization sprung Uni- Â¬ formed corps of trained evangelists un der military discipline will bo stationed Theso men will in different cities preach in the streets and bo aided by bands of music Tho Work ultimately will include tho erection of laborers homes aud lodging houses for men and Chi rcscuo homes for fallen women cago Times Herald Â¬ WiWV For Family or Medical Use Pure jpple you -- w-AJtro randy t- ivw Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Samuil Stamm of Loganton Pa bore her thirty four years of Buffering with courage and fortitude Her trouble was rheumatism in the knee In conse- Â¬ quence her limb had become so stiff that she could hardly walk Mr Stamm is a well to do merchant and had spared no pains or expense to relieve her but with little success until one night when it grew so painful that alio could hardlj end tire it he persuaded her to try Cham The flVt who barlaind Pain Balm The- - first application relieved magical the pain and its continue d use has re- Â¬ moved all stlflnets and given her tl e free use ol her limb once more If jou KFtME Y MKAHS AT WOHK IN 1IEU STUDIO have friends who are troubled with rheuWorlds fair At that timo sho had not matism insist on their giving this rem even had tho benefit of a training in edy a trial You can do them no treat art St Gaudens tho famous sculptor er favor as it is sure to give prompt re Â¬ saw her vork however and sent for lief and if they are a little patient it will her to work in his New York studio Â¬ eflVct a cure For sale at 25 and 50 cents After a year or so of this excellent ex perience Miks Mcars was cucouraged to by A B Fisher Drujgist per bottle go to Paris to study Although her means were limited iTiTt lipp a fanner of ltiunpsliiro Miss Mcars bravely sailed away with a couuty S Vn a fow days ago en led hi children around him and divided h s per Â¬ letter to MacMonuies in her pocket aud another enthusiastic Wisconsin girl to gonal property among thum Hj thou went out to tho barn and hauited himself bear her company Sho has been work ing hard in Paris for a year studying The example of W W Brewer jusIce drawing every forenoon in tho ateliers of the peace and a prominent citzin of and in the afternoon going back to her nttio studio where she works on the Mt Jewett Pa is worthy of emulation models which sho somo day hopes to tee I never leave home without reproduced iu marblo as has been the He says a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera plaster design which first won her famo and Diarrhea Remedy and alwajs recom- Â¬ and which now decorates the new capi mend it to my friends 1 is the b st 1 tol building nt Madison An American friend who hunted her ever usd and never fills to give imme- Â¬ up recently in Paris writes- Miss Fo- - sale by A B Fisht r diate relief Mears has tho walls of her attio decoratDrueglst ed with studies and half finished sketches Of some of these sho is proud and Harry iiu ptiy msistnut goneinVninna ger of the Western Transit oolnpuuy has of others sho declares that they aro so faulty that they will never bo shown died m Buffalo nftor a brief Illness Mr Murphy was o 10 of tho best known anywhere else They all looked strong und popular steamboat intn ou tho uppor and splendid to mo When sho has a lakes pieco ready to bo criticised Mr Mao Monuics comes and assists her with sug Deafness Cannot be Cured gestions Liko many other young stu by local applications ps thy cannot dents hero Mis Mcars has a heavy reach the diseased portion qf the ear heart when she realizes that sho must Tho 500 prize money soou go home There is only one way to cure Deafnts which sho litis husbanded so well is now and thatis by constitutional remedies about exhausted liilo her studies are Dafness Is caused by an ioflaml iondi- - hardly Leguu tion of the mucous lining of the Eusta cltlan Tubo When this tubo gets in AN AMBITIOUS WOMAN Aimed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entire- Â¬ Mr Kicker Want toto Re United State Colombia MlnUter ly closed Deafness is the result and uu You would naturally expect of a wo-Â¬ less the inflammation can he taken nut man who wanted to bo appointed minis Â¬ and this tube restored to its normal con- ter extraordinary and envoy plenipoten Â¬ dition hearing will be destroyed forevr tiary of the United States to the United nine cases out of ten aro caused by ca- Â¬ States of Colombia some originality and tarrh which ia nothing but an infltmed previous evidenco of superior mental Mrs qualifications Marilla Marks condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars lor Bicker who aspires to the diplomaticÂ¬ post in question fills tho bill In sevany case of Deafnees aus d by catarrh eral ways she has proved herself to be a that cannot be cured hy Halls Catarrh woman of uucommon brilliancy of mind Cure Send or circular free and sho makes her application to Presi- Â¬ F J OH BN bY t o Toledo 0 dent MoKlnley in all seriousness and confidence a 3old by Druggists 75e Mrs Bicker is a Now Hampshlro girl and was bom ou the shores of Lake Win George Ante age I S died at Seymour Ind of abscess iu tliu homl For years nepesaukce Her father was Jouuthan Mr Ablo hiw lMcn a mull messongor on B Young a cousin of Brigham Youug tha BUliuura and Ohio Southwenie n tho Mormpu leader He owned a big railroad rtinnlusc hltwc0UClcIuuatl and farm aud gave his daughter tho best of St Ijouls educational advantages In 1803 shd was married out went to Dover N Hf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Buekleis Arnloa Salve How a Saw Mill Man Saved 70 00 Mr J O Meserye of Chambers Ky one of the oldest and best saw mill men in this State saw tbo advertisement of the Bockport Saw Works in the Breck Is iu Jail knkidqe News He wrote the firm he John Cook of West Union O aged E6 had a saw that could never be made to eugliK er at tliu liciuonvllle flouring mil work well even when new and had sent was uuiRlit in tliu llyulucl bolt ami prob Â¬ ably fatally Injured Ills it to other shops sevornl times with ho crushul uu ho unstained terleftis arm n o Internal better results Itijurlm Fiank Scarle a freight brakimui fir The Bockport Saw Works repaired thio saw for Mr Meserve and they made it the Ptiitisyhiuilu company In jumping o O slipped first class in every way Mr MeservH from h eiifziuo at Atwa catching on n We fully realize your thoughts when the idea of aud fiil and his clothing says it wo ks belter than when new and truck hu was d agcd under tho tiaiu having dental work done comes but nevertheless takes its feed right along This saw was and killed Ho was 27 years of aru uu they must have attention and the sooner the better badly rusted and looked like it had been manlcd and nvhleil at Atwalo Vc are prepared to do your work with a guarantee A w reok occurred at Divlsvlllo W Vn given up and consigned to the scrap pile Two scctl ins of n freight woe g ting easit to give satisfaction at exceedingly low prices yeats ago Mr Meserve is highly pleased on tho liiiltlmo o and Ohio lailroail and We will be at Irvington on Wednesday and Thursday after the with the firm that repaired his saw tho no mil ect o i ran into tho first si o- Kiiglntw John Blchnrdson and fourth Monday of each month saved him 70 00 on a new one If you I tlon It is to your interest to consult us Huglllof tho second section we e want good work on your saws semi them Fireman Two biakemeii wero badly hurt killed HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky to the Bockport Saw Works Bockport Sam I ro n ot Huntington Ind Ind They will do all they claim to young m u i b nil S3 rwi s of ag was run Ttiey have a new process of testing saws over mid hor ibly mangled by a west bound pa sin o n i of tho Air LI le that makes them a Bure go lahqad nt tut pluo i Hio n was sub jiot to epll p io tit i and It Is suppts d ihit he ha i an attack whllo walMugon There is Nothing- - So Good tho tn ok is nothing just as good as Dr There Kings New Discovery for Consumption Whenever a drumstst tells you he has Coughs and Colds o demand it and do s mi tiling jiif t as good for coughp colds not permit the dealer to sell you some Southeast Got of Twelfth LOUISVILLE substitute He will not claim there is nrlp oe as Dr Bulls Pine Tar Honey Selling Fee Reduced to 150 per hhd and 1 per cent Commission anything better but in order to mak he is thinking of his profits and not of Wo make the genuine more profit he may claim something else your welfare to be just as good You want Dr Kings and authoriz i all druggists to guarantee E The New Discovery because you know it to it to be the lxst on earth Sutherland Mediilne Co Paducah Ky be safe and reliable and guaranteed to Works Rockport do good or money refunded For Coughs Repairs Saws of All Kinds Cold Consumption and for all affections FA of Throat Chest and Lungs there is Particular attention given to nothing so good as is Dr Kings New repairing large Circular Saws Discovery Trial bottle free at A B Hammering and Straightening a TERMS REASONABLE Bgular slz9 50 Fishers Drug Store Sp dclalty Address all communications to Clover cents and 1 Every Saw tested by steam port Ky before it leaves the shop Notice Every Saw warranted Why buy inferior or doubtful brandy Workmanship the very best when Burchs Pure Apple can be had so Prices lower than any shop in conveniently and so cheap America Mark your name Send O O D Price 2 00 per gallon on Saws and send a letter of L W I Buncii jug included advice as to repairs wanted Ky Bhodella THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS A New Religions Hand R00KPORT IND TO of The Protestant Episcopal church Jtho United States is tbout to organlro Kansas City Montana IF army of unifdmed cvungelists who an WITH will bo under military discipliuo and Colorado Pacific Coast xompete with the Sal vat io Army and ju the field of American Voluuteors Omaha Christ iru woik among tho poor This Utah Washington importaut prcject vi as decided on at n IMllllMlirTOltH meeting of prominent clergymen from St Paul Nebraska Cor Eighth and Main Streots chas a bridges different parts of tho country hold in w G bridges LOUISVILLE KY tho Church Missions Ilotme Fourth avo Black Hills Now Yoiki line ujid Foriy cecondstieet F0TJR MONTHS ST0KAGE Tho matter came up fir consideration VIA some timo ago boforo the Parochial Mis sions society A commit tea of this rep RATES Th most cantr- - Uu locslsd xosentativo body was appointed to in PER DAY 2 Hotel In tlu city vestigate tho nrmv project It spent several weeks examining tho Salvation VESTIBULED TRAINS Army mothods us well as tlioso of tho SLEEPERS DIKING GARS church army of England and a mreting was called to hear its report Bishop CHAIR GARS Sutterleo presided The report was read and recommended tho adoption of the OON8ULT TIOKET AOENT OH sohome After some discussiou tlio folw m 11 ii aim in ihi i2iat Lit z jf lowing resolutions wcro unanimously Ft M RUGG THAV PASS R AOENT adopted MO ST LOUIS C nines unci Ciisimltlps At Gc leva Ind William Newo m ha I both Ug4 iu ot Ju t btlow tin kuu by n t elgiu t inn William Hindi npnl St had hU th ou cut by hU 23 yei old brother August in an altetcutlou at their homo iu Mllwau kie Wis William is dylug and August t t to be strictly unadulterated I use nothing but sound and ripe fruit My Brandy is all fermented in tubs not in cement cisterns so that mean disagreeable ilavor is not detected Desirous of introducing my goods will make special prices on one to four gallon packages 95 goods 200 per gallon and 97 goods 175 per gallon f o b All packages securely sealed and shipped on short notice I make a specialty of Fine Apple Brandy guaranteed - Xi Good lAv Upon Health Depends C M SMITH Andvville Kv 1 Your Teeth Being in Order Vi THE t 1 GOLDEN RULE Main Independent Tobacco Warehouse CO W B TATE KY Saw BEAVIN Practical Surveyor ji 0i BEST TRAINS T OWBU PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Co C A Bridges FREE j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ St Louis or Chicago Â¬ si Y -- CM - 1 r- Tub Bbst Saivk in the world for Cub Ucra Salt Bheum F ver Boref1 Tettrr Ohapp d Hands Clill and all Skin Eruptions blairw Corn snd poelively curjs Piles or nopty re quired It Is guaranteed to glvn p ifect 8itWetkB or money refunded Prlee Fok Hals by A B 25 cents per box Fisher Uruisep Son s Cbnvlot Ifart In Mm nrr hern Indiana xuteutUry ivt MiphigHa City payed that tn ordar to he was iu u dylnf comltlo getupttnlm Uuvernor Mount Investigat Â¬ ed and foutuLttMt Hart was not vary II Ta Cure A CW Is Ose Bay Heaolred That tbo Parochial Mission Bo clety of tbo United Btatm will nndertaks tha cautious iuporvlslon of the church army as a distinct department of Hh work tor ono year that tor this purpose n committee ot four Shall bo appointed which shall be responsible for tho absolute control of the work until such time a a suitable olerlcal head shall bo ap pointed by tha society with whom such committee shall act as an udrlsory bourd that the following susscstlon of tbo special committee reporting on the matter of the church army today be adopted as the opinion of tha exveu tlvo committoe namely that there shall bo ot host twoco ordlnatu territorial departments each under Its own military director and thut these military directors shall beimJtr tha ub soluto control pf a clerical head aided by the church army committee ot tbo Parochial Mis sions society Â¬ NBRVE LIFE THE WsMr s J0HN SPiiw fjoUISVlLLEKY o Great RliSTORER Restores perfect 5 C fJmoves wu pilis beaith worand uanltuod iud re- Â¬ moves nil obtfv tes to marriage noaioroa me entile nervour yst n trtd sups all loasea Re- Â¬ WheelTobacGoGo JNCOIIPOKATED rT BANK or v Take All Drumrists refund tH Lxtiv Soe 2Se Quiniiw Tablets teOare For Bum bVphei sport Ky lyK neMy if it fall A Shell Hfi MARILLA HAIMM WCKM ftlj Her bneiwnd was a wan of wealth and after hU death site revived her iufcweet lu aoqulrinfr a higher edneasioH the spent two years traveling in Fraaaa Ta molds act ran upon snail tracks neenr Aprilf7i 18D7 the intoibe lukukiser After they neve Ry will iriw a anail low raty for the Oemtauy and Italy Iu 1870 Km Riokw caused a sawsv been cured a soMicieut Ujsm the vnloaa t trip tickets noil going April 34 to isers are opened and Um sans are run roun tios in New England by ininstinjr on wdat an ordinary abswet btttfc which 20 IMurolnr ood antil May 4th For casting a ballot at ibe asaie elaeeJon oooja ifma ManUmsw They aja abaft d- - fortber inforuatloa consult agents of the bhe was the trot woman Iu saabe the M iwilari mtm Imtm fla AftaVWI v w3r iy ft ito s PPiP Saetfal Lew Kates te Xew Yerk aid a JlstHrn On aMonnd of Grants Monument Ow Btostla For this occMrinn whiJi will bat six years later she was toft a widow Men to serve on tho army committee was recognized as a delicate task as it Was well ktiown that tho statement will be sore ta draw forth muoh opposition from certain quarters DUhop Sat4erlco Was spared this disagreeable duty how ever by the offer of several vpluHteers The ninttor of designating the clergy effects of the sins ot youth arid ex rnsw of later years Kemovot all effects of dissipation and re Curea full w all wnfito places textures refrellnf 1m steep HjI power CuruH ah waatlnr il euvs stul csstorM all paru of tbb body i nly nurelj neis relltf jov Li ri mnvc notnnci and restores nsninnUafld CuCd deveiopioent B08W L- Tr - y aud the eoHiwittee was finally rustle up as follows Jtev Dr M A Bradley vkr ot St Dr Ans chapel uud Rev JamesbV WulpnW ebureh Warren xwtor ot bt Hew YorkHe W B BotlUm mror of the Chimb of Oar Saviour Phila delpbla aud Rev Nuwlou Perkins ate rotary of tbe sue rob baildiif cosbmIs too alto of Now York Tbey will bo nnnwu at the Qtrri Amu apswarltjaa scientific trruiturnl and NERV UFC Ui ranis tLutiii dis use t huA nfUl imtiife to elTv u uro CVrv fepttfldl tiWiit wplrrtelis ruiAlcnl ClirMVf ttjill in furuj Uauwvsss Minttooii it Lum 0J lt wery mailed pjiin t il ssr fJi tWS ent dee v tttivks Hi ni mLfam 4 U I r Irtil IfSSSm KtDVI jf llil fclICAi n A4StSIO MHNSsl 4ISSM r ll - WILL MILLXR VlfS rr hogsheads becomes a member ot the M H BEAKD 0hUf company and shares in all future profits Dont be fooled by agents false promises 8W BKARD J -- WmU rebates and big prices We charge less MORRIS SBKRIDSK I than ever before our regular fees have RMJOLLT been reduced from fifty cents to oh dol Â¬ INTEREST PAH N TIME iEPMITS lar rfr hogshead to suit the low prices now bslog paid You will get the beet attention every hogshead is hadld with the greatest eare and bo reiretHwi unless actually mscsoary We will re HrlMMltlSt mit by ekeek or reffiftwrcxl leUar OAUw sml mIm rflasa iVwtlfasat eonwof Mafat BisititiylasslikBsaaaM i rfrif mid ISth straate LoHlavilla Ky iUrit H ssfnBM ysjumsM K tv smm m yoarhosiiaadsi Ofw Bri Trtr Mintiilrr lM4k J toMMPwiUvsly WttbMt fcla WHTOL TOBAOOO OO WUBRUOSsW7 MSM VsHHUt sHplal IOU18VILUB KY Ship your tohacco to the Wheel Tobac- Â¬ co Co the only tobacco firm that is co-Â¬ operative Every one who ships us five HAnrmsEima B V BKARD 1 Prstiwt i J C BUSH D D S CiihM 1 sl i TSff II hi Th tHK BRGKKNBtlDGEi HARDIN1BURG L H NEWS OLOYBRPORT KY MMUMHll ftBli Breckenridge Im S 4 T 8 Brit WEDHBBDAY EiHor News uil Prefrleira 21 1887 k W TIME TAKE APKIL sows wmt Pauenger Dally arr ilardlnibargliil pm RAIT TtSO OIKO EIGHT PAGES NOTICE Ratee for announcement in then column are aa PMSBr Dally arr llardlniburf am Auction at James Kincheloes M Meyers of Euros was visiting here Circuit Judee or Attorney ojoo last week County Office 5 00 Mr Lee Meyer shipped two car loads CIRCUIT JUDGE of hogs last Friday 1 am a candidate for re election at Circuit Judge Mr Joseph TiefTls building a veranda of the gth Judicial Dutrlcti tubject to the action f I recognize the Chicago to his dwelling house the Democratic partr Ilatlbrm of 1896 at the true exponra of Democratic Call for Sunset corn cure guaranteed principles T It MjIIEATJI January itt 1897 at Amon Kincheloes Wm Beards family left last week to COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY fe j py join him at Eddyvlllo Dont forget the excursion to Louis- Â¬ ville Saturday April 24 No goods will be reserved at the HOK SENATOIl auction James Kincheloe Every thing is guaranteed as repre- Â¬ ITfE are outhortied to announce ELISHA ASH Y CRAFT as a candidate for the State Senate sented at James Kincheloes subject to the action of the Democratic paty Auction will continue until entire Conservative right thinking men of stock is sold at James Kincheloes all parties are becoming very much dis Â¬ Jesse Whitworth has moved to the gusted with the proceedings at Frank- Â¬ Wm Beard property near the depot fort Ladies are especially invited to attend the auction at James Kincheloes Henry Earned sold six head of young War has begun in earnest between the Greek and Turkish armies How long cattle to Luther Marrs of Custer for M hostilities may last cannot yet hardly be Every articlo will be sold regardless of determined but at present they are the price at James Kincheloes auction fighting with a vengeance James Kincheloe the Jeweler is hav Â¬ ing an auction of his entire stock this The Turkish war has sent up the prico week of wheat already in this country The Faines Celery Compound 74 cents and dealers in Chicago were all stirred up Hoods Sareaparilla 08 cents at Amon yesterday over the advance in prices of Kincheloes grain and agricultural products Mrs Hiram Phelps of Louisville has Hon James Montgomery was at liar been visiting her mother Mrs Lcnnin dinsburg last Monday and spoke at tiie the past week Mr David Murray of Salt Lake Utah Court house at night He is a full fledged candidate for Circuit Judge now and was here one day last week visiting his says he is in the race to stay There was sister Mrs M II Beard not a large crowd out to hear the Judge It will be both interesting and amus Â¬ but he nevertheless made a good speech ing to hear Eddisons talking machine and one that pleased his hearers at James Kincheloes auction Clyde Owen youngest son of M M The I Dispatch the now Democratic Cundiff died Saturday April 17th and paper at Louisville made its first ap- Â¬ was buried at New Hope Sunday pearance last Sunday It is a neat and The auction will begin next Friday newsy sheet and its general make up is April 23rd and continue until the entire first class Its editorial work seems to is sold at James Kincheloes be good enough to enable it to hold its stock Mr Horace Butler and Miss Pearl gold bug press in that city V own with the and elsewhere The paper is the same Moorman will be married this evening at the brides residence near West View Blze as the Courier Journal and is issued Ladies will be taken especially good dally and weekly care of and everything will be comforta- Â¬ Jo Blackburn has no possiblo chance ble and pleasant at James Kincheloes auction of being elected by the present Legisla- Â¬ Ladies wlahlngto purchase silver ware ture Mr Martin his staunch friend and of any kind knives forks spoons tea life long supporter has He is a Demo- Â¬ crat and with Mr Blackburns support sets or any thing in that line will save one half or more to attend the auction at and influence they say can be elected James Kincheloes Mr Blackburn owes it to himself and to Richard May went to Cloverport last his party to help elect him and he ought to do it and end the matter We prefer Thursday to sell his fine saddle and bug a good Democrat any time to a Republi- Â¬ gy horse The price asked was 150 which was too steep for the Cloveport can mans purse and the horse was brought Walter Evans the Republican Con- Â¬ back The State Auditor at Frankfort has gressman from the Louisville District telegraphs tiie politicians in Kentucky written County Clerk Owen Cunningthat the distribution of Federal pie will ham that his recapitulation of the tax not be with held any longer from the books was the only one in the State sent anxious seekers here So they will all in so far that was absolutely correct in have their turn and we think the sooner every particular Clayton Beard John Haswell Jr Jes the better For the general good of the country tho politicians and everybody eieEskridge and Taylor Babbage have let us get down to genuine business mat Â¬ organized themselves into a private fish and game club They have purchased a ters once more tent built a large boat and expect to When a few years ago a Democratic launch out into the waters of Rough Governor vetoed the bill to reduce tax Â¬ river about the first of May ation every mothers son of a Republi Â¬ James Masterson and James Gray were can voted with a few misguided Demo- Â¬ brought up before Judge Ahl last Satur crats to pass it oyer his veto During urday on the charge ot taking a horse their several campaigns since they have from George Horsley Masterson and stoutly maintained that taxes were too Gray claimed that they traded for the high and that if given a chance they horse On ahearing of the case Judge would reduce them It is easy enough Ahl dismissed Mr Masterson and held to promise but it is not always so to ful- Â¬ Gray under a bond of 200 to answer at fill and even if it were Republican prom- Â¬ the Circuit Court ises are like pie crusts The Republicans iVOn Thursday morning April 15th Mr were given charge of the State affairs and Mrs Lee Bishop surrounded by eighteen months ago and what do we loving friends and relatives sat by the Taxes reduced oh dear no Tues Â¬ bedside of their baby Charley Hill as see day every Republican in the House vot- Â¬ his little spirit was quietly and peace- Â¬ ed to increase the rate from 42 to 52 J fully yielded up to Him who gave it and keep it at that for three years Ver- Â¬ Human words and sympathy are almost ily hath the people been given a stone powerless to bring comfort but Jesus when they were promised bread and said Of such is the kingdom of heav- Â¬ nice white light bread at that Interior en He is not lost but saved for you Journal forevermore You can go to him KDIed in St Louis Mo April 14 1897 1HT A Democratic politician said to a NEwsrDavld R Hardn Becond Bon 0f man at Hardinsburg last Monday that Hardin of Breckenridge county Mr our ticket was growing in favor all tho Hardin had been in failing health for The disgruntled element that sometime time After living in Missouri a aroee in the convention was now soberÂ¬ number of years marrying there he ing down and viewing the situation en Â¬ came back to Hardinsburg two years ago tirely different from the way they did a hoping change of climate would benefit few weeks ago Just following a heated him For a while he rallied but the contest for ascendancy in tho party fearful enemy consumption settled upon among several popular candidates the him and a late attack of pneumonia has Â¬ fellows are lucky if they get out without tened the end He leaves a wife and a scratch The fact is they dont Some four children two brothers and four sis- Â¬ of them get pounded like thunder but ters and many friends to mourn his aa the saying is it all goes in politics death The best of friends sometimes precipitate i An interesting case came up in the war in a Democratic convention but it is over County Court Monday from the Cut Oil doesnt last When the battle that is or should be the end of it Sure- Â¬ Precinct in this county on the applica ly no one calling himself a Democrat tion of McIIenry Dowell to sell whisky would wish to conspire with the enemy in that precinct by the quart When beto prevent the success of his own party the case was called Judge Mercer on Â¬ half of the citizen who opposed the No no that thing is so obnoxious to us that we dont care to entertain it Suc Â¬ license read an act of the Legislature Col L Green was in the cess is what we want and let all Demo- Â¬ passed while Senate which phohiblted the sale of liq- Â¬ crats come up shoulder to shoulder uors within five miles of the Falls of Rough Mr Murray contended that the Lovm The News act was unconstitutional and void The Pbkston Ky April 15th 1807 Ed case was wrangled over for sometime tor Brkceenridoe Nkwb Dear Sir I wltoout being finally settled The Court am a little girl nine years old My fath Â¬ ordered the County Surveyor to go down er hu been a constant subscriber to and suryey the distance from Dowels to your paper for quite a while but he is the Falls Front a Ilardliiabura Woman dad Bow Bay mother Ukee it yet We aU love to read It It rains all the time I wish to say a few words by way of endorsement of our dear Uncle Jonath- Â¬ mm farsaers are very much discouraged helping toother raise chickens to an whose excellent letter in your last I aa Jry this MMMsver I like chickens dont issue stirred my heart to its depths and which I trust will be read not only by Eva GwrtJHiws Aluuj yogf all your stibseriben but by their neigh OUrioa uyt The bon aad their aunts and uaelea as wail Tbe tilled In fain w W- - It does y very soal good to see tuan MUtiyoeleM Two mil two Joltat sad two of say party have tbejMwsl eountfe to Ay thai We is tifed of Utfa political am-lam a candidate for re election to the office of Commonwealth a Attorney of the 9th Judicial Dis Â¬ trict ot Kentucky subject to the action of the WEED SC1IKLF Democratic party Â¬ Â¬ i of dispensing liquor to win an election I am glad too that he endeav ors to show our dear Mrs Brandenburg what a power for goodBho might hecorao if her facile pen was only wielded in this God honored warfare agiclnst the corruption in political life She is against whisky of course but wo need to go fur- Â¬ ther I happen to know somewhat of this good womans influence especially over the youth of her town anil as our countrys future depends largely upon the education and training of tho rising generation God grant that every woman who has an opportunity to mould these unsophisticated minds through any source whatever may use every talent she possesses to convince them that it is moral cowardice to affiliate with any party that as Uncle Jonathan says does so much to increase the number of drunkards with every returning election I am tho wife tho daughter tho grand daughter and the the sister-in-laof true blue Democrats also the mother of five boys and I trust I havent a boy among them who adheres to the Democratic or any other party whose leaders persist in making up in whisky what their can- Â¬ didates lack in merit Let me say to Uncle Jonathan Go on go on goon you are undoubtedly on the winning side and the only reason I dont add the name and amen of every mother In this community is because I hadnt the time to canvass it We are evidently looking up politically for as good Bishop Spald Â¬ ing says This moral question is going to bo brought into politics more and more It is encouraging to hear men complaining that christian men dont vote as they pray They are demanding that now They are clamoring that tho christlau men should begin the revolu- Â¬ tion by sundering these ties that are leading counter to the true interests of the community and of society V When the scales shall have fallen from the eyes of the christian voters and the new party is upon Us then the candidato shall carry his Bible instead of the bottle of red liquor in his pocket or he will have a very small following for an office in these old United States God speed tho day I was surprised and pleased to see the announcement of the approaching mar- Â¬ riage of my old school mate Mita Lucy Frank to Mr David Heron of Cloverport Lucy was always a kind hearted good girl and is a thoroughly practical woman with business qualifications of which any man may well fell proud A bright and happy future to you torn Â¬ Â¬ w 1 BRANDENBURG A number bf our representative peoÂ¬ ple attended services at St Martin last Sunday No sickness in town M Da are rest Â¬ ing somewhat on their oars getting ready for an impetus Misses Rula Matin and IVarle Ditto did a noble work aa well as our people for the fl kxI suflerere Mrs John Snyder was tho guest ot Mr and Mrs Nevltt Inst Saturday She is very much improved in health and spirits Social items scarce and press of en Â¬ gagements and more business than usual prevonted your correspondent from gleaning the flying sheaves Mr A O Burton Mr and Mrs Har destv and moat of the senior clars at Â¬ tended the Association at Big Spring last Saturday and report a profltahlepleaiant time Uncle Johnathani Yesl indeed Uncle Johnathan I thank you a whole bimetallism heap for all of those White roso Wm J Bryan compliments I do appreciate them I assure you I will come again on the subject next week I have a secret to disclose when I have more timo In the meantime Uncle Johnathan aurevoir I would have been delighted to have heard Col Robert G Ingersoll last Sun day on How to Reform Mankind Most significant subject for the great orator to handle I have heard of peo- Â¬ ple beginning at home with reforms That master God given talent should be employed to elevate and advance his follow creatures in Christianity com- Â¬ bined with advanced theories Wonder if the Courier Journal is scared Wonder if it is exercising that beautiful charity requisite for a clear conscience Wonder if tho Dispatch vaunteth itself is easily puffed up Long live the grand old Courier Journal But an early grave for the Dispatch I do not wldh Let the people all be repre- Â¬ Down with sented Give us liberty and thought or give us death The program rendered last Sunday night by the Womans Missionary Society and the Epworth League was unusually fine The singing by the choir was pronounced the best heard here for a long time The selections were all of the best We could have just as good all the while by practice The congregation was large I heard a number of gentlemen say We had but one regret it was in church and we couldnt call back Dear me scientific research is always invading and trespassing upon areas and upsetting time honored theories such as the earth is no longer hollow I The idea of this old terra flrma being solid to the core is quite consoling I love people I loye theories I love any Â¬ thing that is sound and substantial and solid to the very center no variable- Â¬ ness and with no limitless depth nothing superficial Let science stalk on Â¬ ward and upward while we wonder The Louisville Dispatch with Wm Jennings Bryan silvers champion to adorn as a frontispiece All hail to bi- Â¬ Well McKlnley says the metallism same but international Whilo the great Nebraska with the beautiful white rose adorning the lapel of coat ernblem of white metal views reflects the sentiment of his followers national stand alone go it on a lone hand dont let foreign powers assist If ttiere Is anything in bimetallism lets try it on the selfish platform proposed by the stalwart orator Brother Bruner preached at the Bap Â¬ tist church last Sunday morning He is an earnest man full of zeal for the Mas- Â¬ ter Mr Editor is it any harm to mix up Easter hats and spring costumes with divine wotship Well anyhow here goes The prettiest daintiest loveliest creations in head gear fresh from an artists brain for youknow I think an expert milliner has to be artist Misses lone and Ada rank in the role no two alike and then the dresses I Here again reigned artietiu designs and new revela Â¬ tions galore Times may be hard but such an array of beautiful exquisite goods I never saw in this town Every dress maker is crowded hats bonnets going like hot cakes Who has the money Wliat is i Who Is hard run the matter with times Alnt lots of it habitual fault finding comes from cioakers etc I think the world on resurrection mom was beautiful I think everybody looked lovely I think contentment and happiness consist in being satisfied Dont you Mr-- Editor dont you all readers correspondents Â¬ 1 Â¬ Broken Chain Thfc family circle 2s never so happy after the chain is broken and x link taken Some family OUR MOTTO wall profits M MILLINERY The Largest Stock cVcr brought to this county which will surprise you all Just think of it nt prices couehs there a throat or bronchial troubles weak lungs Has a brother sister parent or near relative had consumption Then your fitrrv tendency to others weak Have you a good family chains are strong TRIMMED HATS FROM 25c UP to any price you may wish to pay Or is LOVELY FLOWERS BEAUTIFUL FOLIAGE sTB family chain is weak EMULSION of Cod liver Strengthen it Take SCOTTS m Bjjasj arm mm sssa a sjh mm hbjj shmsb i Oil J v with Hvpophosphltes makes rich blood givesstrength and vigor to weak lungs and run down constitutions With its aid the system throws off acute coughs and colds It pre Â¬ vents the chain from breaking Shall we tnd you a book about thb free For salt by all druggists at 50c fld 100 SCOTT tc BOWNE New York It DAINTY ENOUGH TO PLEASE A QUEEN We f carry the Vw Another thing We wish to Impress upon your mind if uirgcsi siock 01 Wit wm Tfx-- s Laces and Embroidery With Edgings and Insertion To Match We Want Your Trade You Need Our Goods LTsr f fS -- T - iifj Jt 3ti re sistor-in-la- McQUADY logs last Tuesday Excursion to Louisville next Saturday 1 for the round trip The prospect for an early crop is not encouraging in this vicinity Bland the McQuady merchant went to the county seat Tuesday The jewelry auction at James Kinche- Â¬ loes is daily at 130 and 7 p m Goods at the auction of James Kinche- Â¬ loe will not be missrepresented W D Wilson carpenter is at Mill- Â¬ wood Grayson county this week Free concert on Eddisons talking ma Â¬ chine at James Kincheloes before every sale My goods that I will sell at auction are the very best to be had James Kincheloe Ferd Owen his daughter Miss Carrie and Miss Edna Robertson are kindly re membered by the poor and sick Born to the wife of Clias Lyons tho 15th a fine eleven pound boy Charles has a smile that he cant get rid of Every article is guaranteed as repre- Â¬ sented at James Kincheloes auction the same as at private sales Messrs W D Wilson W A Jolly Tice Jolly and Shade Nichols dined with J W Lyons and wife Sunday last Watches clocks silver ware jewelry and musical instruments at your own price at James Kincheloes auction Wm Lyons Jr had a smilo on his face last Saturday about the length of a four gallon churn They say it is a girl Tice Jolly spent ssveral days in the city last week trying to sell tobacco Ho reports the market in a deplorable con- Â¬ dition Dogs killed quite a number of sheep for A M McGary and Jas W Lyons last Saturday night Let the sheep go but spare the precious canine Shade Nichols has been re plantlcg ap plo trees and is authority for the follow- Â¬ ing statement Each hole that I dug had from one to two healthy tobacco worms in it I wish to call the attention of all finan cial pi eachers to this one fact Neither greenbacks gold or silver is at present the circulating medium of exchange It is butter and eggs Jollys Station has a new tobacco ware- Â¬ house the rent of which will be teneered free to some good tobacco who wants to buy and put up tobacco There is lots of good tobacco in the community Unless tho promised relief soon comes to the agricultural masses in this vicinity farms will be turned into poultry yards and the business ol the community con- Â¬ ducted upon a purely chicken and egg basis Frank Lyons rolled Easter Sunday was very quietly spent in our little village Alter Sunday school a good many attended services at Buck Grove That Meade County Primary is still being chawed up by Uncle Johnathan We Know we can save you money and our merchant and dont spit it out until it is thoroughly eleansed and puri- Â¬ Highest market price paid for 50000 pounds of wool fied Though it is plain to be seen he is Bring us your Chickens Eggs Butter and all kinds of produce not in line with the Democrats We pay you all there is in it and sell our goods in exchange at cash Mrs A E Guedry happened to a very painful accident Saturday morning As prices she stepped oil of her porch her ankle gave way letting her fall her full weight on her left foot and badly sprained it which will keep her confined to her room for several days There is talk of a new store here we would like to see a little more doing and not so much talking for if there is one thing needed more than another here it Is a good store to keep our money in our own town in place of it going to the x Brandenburg and Louisville Thanks to our Brandenburg corresFoTSy pondent for her compliment in these columns lost week It seems like olden times to be again jotting down items for T the News besides enjoying the newsy items contained in its columns Let us hear from our county seat every week for when it fails to appear it looses a little of its charm for us Meade county folks r iRhii ri Stephen Polk who is one of the oldest CLOVERPORT KY X citizens of Tobinsport Ind is very low and his death is expected at any time He is in his seventy fifth year Our GRENADINE and LACEOTSi Not to be duplicated in the county STRIPE ORGANDIES and DIMITIES all arc matched in denburg spent last Tuesday with her Mrs Mollie Brown 4 color with Undcrlinings and Ribbons i M i v Wi- M gjfj - a jjv1 ADDISON DICK Prmlm f Letter Heads Bill Heads Note Heads t f Â¬ lof I I Circulars Statements Every Invitations Visiting and Business Cards De5cripIioii mn Everybody Says So Coscarets Candy Cuthartlc the most won- Â¬ derful mpdical discovery of tlio ago pleas- Â¬ ant and ro f resiling to tlio taste act gently and positively on kidneys liver and bowels cleansing tho entlro system dispel colds cum hcadaolio fovcr habitual constipation and biliousness Pleaso buy and try a box or O C C to day 10 25 so cents bold and guaranteed to euro by all druggists ALL ARE HEADED THIS WAY Bachelor Plow ShoeS125 Womens Oxfords in Black and Wino Do you wear a Hat Complete Stock of Mens and Womens Shoes at Low Prices If so you in all the latest styles and shapes Pure Drugs Prescription Accurately Compounded A Polks Best 3 lb Tomatoes 3 cans for 20 cents HATS HATS GROCERIES Polks Best Corn 6 cents a can ArbuckleB Coffee 7 packages for 100 18 lbs Granulated Sugar for 100 24 lbs Ttfevr Orleans Sugar for 100 HIGHEST MARKET PHIOE paid for and all kinds of Produco PRODUCE WQOL JAS GARDNER HARDINSBURG GARRETT Tom Hamilton of Brandenburg was Yfc KY I BreekeRrldfle Circuit Court Jame AteriAdminUtrator Plaintiff June Alert hcln and creditori DefenAintn AU perOD EKRON Mrs Simmons returned to Louisville Monday Jako Shacklette Jr went to Irving ton Sunday Will Brown and wife went to LouisÂ¬ ville last Wednesday M A Bowley and Dr Warfleld went to Brandenburg Saturday Geo Qasperke 9 Brandenburg was here last week on business Miss Llda Haynes leaves next Sunday to begin a music class at Patesvllle A Sunday school class was organized here Sunday with very good attendance Allle Simmons of Hardinsburg visited his giy nd parents Saturday and Sunday James Montgomery- - candidate for Circuit Judge spoke here last Wednes Â¬ day Engineer Lawson of the L II St L lly spent Sunday with P P Areher and family Mrs Jbn Rtehard of Brandenburg was here Friday selecting hw spring F Millinery Will MeGeeboa aad Wm May Dee Paeejr of Bmsdoflburg visited Mite Ud Haynes Boatky ealag Mrs JohD WiUBoArd of Mar Bnu bavin claim ugulnit the cMate hero Tuesday Jamei Ater tleceatrtl are hereby notified to pro Â¬ The Literary met Saturday night with duce their cltimt befofe the undersigned commie Ineruthli office in liardlnibunr Ky propeily a large attendance proven on or before the firtl day ofAlay 1897 Given under my hand at II P Jonos went to Braudeiiburg court thli 30th day ol MarchCommlwioeer ot mhi 1897 VOHABBAGKCom Monday ou business Dr Miles and S P Allen went to Tba tovoll v bred Tack Brandenburg Monday Will acrve a limited nuraW oimar dwiac Ilia Chester Slpes of near here Is very low eefceoti of 89 at my KWe ner AiMUm atji m with pneumonia at this writing laaare foal tie mnatj dtw vm taa jbat k awter tahd or the nut pntti Mi hmi Craw le Mr Emmett Williams of Flaherty bl with wMk fM mtr fcawta Wfb Hum yean old t fae a id wrialw tuaiinAi attended the speaking here Tuesday joJTfflpIIKNS I S Alw a yHc Miss Ethel Farlelgh of Garuettevllle ta Ui out free of chars spent Saturday sight with Mlw Dora 1 J l Jk Funk My goods are all clean and up to date and aro guaranteed to bo as represented James Kincheloe Hardinsburg Ky Not only acute lung troubles which may prove fatal in a few days but old chronic coughs and throat troubles may receive immediate relief and be perma- Â¬ nently cured by One Minute Cough Cure Short A Haynee R L Newsom sold to Mrs Mary J R Polk ot Tobltuport Ind twenty five acres of sb divlon number four Barrett tract ot land last week Comldetatioa 100 WITT Hardinsburg Ky Mr Wm Hllf lost a fine horse last VBllmeJtlI0 e Kkholdm el tlw Center Gae week caused from falling on a sld awl JflJl the purvoaa of Manufacturing Co will k hed for electing a Hoard oflHw the office nf the company In Cloveraort toriat snagging itself Ky on Saturday May ut ou oclock p m iO GmoY rtttK James Montgomery of EllsaWthtewa candidate for Circuit Judge spoke fesro Tuesday evening D W Barch and wit a of Hill Grove vjeited their mother Saturday night aad attended the Literary Miss Dora Funk aad brother Oryille spent Sunday at Garnet tsvllle the guests of Uiwr auat Mis 0 II Laae none irvingtoil Drug Store PURE DRUGS Auction will begls Friday the Sfd ol April at Jaiaes KlssheWa Jewelry stare The M MEDICAL WHISKIES AriWCoiprMstHled IruejJif mMnj---mWm ttoal Tetwaea fcK aaS Mwti Iwir lift Awsf ka mmt To qui tuba uoo eta a4 Mtta full ol Ufa wrve Md viW tevlt No tV Sm Mm wimtor woftwr that autiU mt strong AU ArwogiaeSiiOeortl OwsitsiU IsacL IsooUsi 4 sswiiile ffss AdvtfsmY MoriUc MMMSstjr Oft OkfatfQ or Mtw York kt Jorr MUkr sonf of Mr Alfred MUtor UrUag asr UanUMburg Who with MMt Mills ooa pern Um asm Aro lRtmt of MaUiBgty A Millw fin has been stiosesded byMiHw Jaok MaMingly has sot4 his to DWde awl DmbU Milter Otton fitr prompt attn- tton utd Brled tme dj thej are HKwdvd Give ua trial order1 I J I V j MdMMMaifc6dfliaiiaiMattiaiUttiiMaMiaaaMtti THE BRElGKRNRIDGIS NEWS OLOYRPOR Salzera pair At flol- - KY mr 5 aaaalafaBlla4BNMaM 4 Highest Honors Awarded Baled alraw Blnnle tree a Worlds Fair 30 cents brigs Coma to us for your lljliing tackles Suzts Clibtn to the wife of Andrew OConnell v aVen pound CREAM Headquarters for house cleaning out flls Sulzers Mr and Mrs John Burns went to Lou- Â¬ KAHINfi POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE k pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 Years the Standard BRECKENRIDGE V PiEWS WEDEN8DAYAPRIL211897 LOCAL BRfcVITIES Fly screen wire Sulzers New wall paper at T F Sawyers New line of wall paper at Babbages Three nice rooms to rent apply at this office Good many farmers were In town Saturday Aise Bates came up from Hawesville Sunday Lace curtains 25 cents a pair Uome Laundry E Baker bas opened a genera1 store at Sample Good wall paper 2J cents single roll T F Sawyer Miss Kate Og1esby spent Sunday In Holts bottom Frank Deane of Glendeane was in town Saturday Call on us or writo for prices of bicycle - repairs Sulzers Allen Dean of Otvensboro arrived in the city yesterday V II Bowmer arrived from Washing Â¬ ton Sunday night Short is receiving the brick for his new store building Re seat your chairs with a patent wood bottom at a small coat Suzsrs Jack Moorman who has been at wprk In Lewisport returned home yesterday Mr and Mrs Morris Beard spent Sun Â¬ day with relatives and friends in this city You can get a 3 lb can of California Gib- Â¬ peaches for 16 cents at Gregory G AY n sons - JC r- 4 Efl rv r y J MJ Pretty picture and pretty moulding room pretty see our display Sulzers MisB Ethel Wedding of Rome Ind was the guest of relatives last weak in this city Richard McAfee of Stepbensport was in the city Saturday and called at the News office Ohas Llshen tha city butcher is getting up some tempting meat displays on Saturday Our stock of straw matting exceeds all other stocks ot previous years see our display Suzjrs Our boys have organized a base ball club and are ready to receive challenges from other clubs Mr and Mjs Breldenbauch of Owens- boro spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Charles May of this city Star Truth says lhat red fox Gus Rishardsou is hot on the trail of the Appellate Court clerkship Showers of springtime bargains has iallen In our dry goods department gather them In now Sulzers A beautiful line of sailors walking hats toques turbtns and bonnets In all the latest styles at Misses Calloway Mr and Mrs Geo Bentley and child Â¬ ren of Hawesville were the guests of Mr and Mrs F N Delluy Sunday of Fordsville Mrs Arls Warfleld arrived Friday to spend a few days with Mrs F Fraize She returned Monday Pure rose comb brown Leghorn and light Brahma eogs 60 cents and 1 00 per getting rj Scott Vance Cloverport Ky Miss Addle Louise Babbage after tbres weeks stay with her aunt Mrs D W Falrleigu in Louisville returned home Sunday O B Wlieeler with the Major Tobac eo Warehouse of Louisville was in the oity Saturday and made the ftswa offiee a pleasant call Mr James B Scott Jr traveling 0 Railway Vin passenger agent B oennee Ind spent Sunday in this oity A pleasant and affable young man wIiohj the News was glad to meet And we kriow well we wont say what pleasure it gave some others r Julius Hardin a prosperous Jirnw na resides ny lls south of this cltyi lias invented a ichln for shaving shlagiw which aeUptt any of the kind known It eau bi worked by eiiher ateaai house or kawl pewar will asake one and a half shlBg1 at a strata raa b worked at any uVwtrad speed gad turM out a perfect bawl male shingle Patent applied or SIavlUtlons r nut RBBaaaeiBg the Carrfeae at Miss Vanda Careoa of this oity to If r Fletcher Q Pauley of lists BoUoai W Uke pJaoa at Hue horns of tba Vrife WedaMdif April M at 9 eataak a m Mia OawHi is ww at a quartette of beautiful you Mi who do Um ooaipoaittoo on tba aws She has been with us for fiv years awl a more situ and raliabla young lady Hil pine4aklB is not to be found anywhere We regret to give her op Her alaas in this office arlt be bard to All We congratulate Mr Pauley oa seouring so grata a prist and helpmeet and oar beat wiabaa follow tfaMa tor a proaatwM and bappjrwad- UU it makes a isville Monday Mrs Russel Williams went to Stepb- Â¬ ensport Sunday Hair Brushes clothes brushes combs etc at Babbages Notice the change of the Texas time table in this Issue Pauls writing fluid the greatest ink of Ihe oge Babbages Nat Taul went to Loulsvlle Thursday to buy a pair of mules Closing out our stock of furnishing goods See us Babbage Vocal and instrumental sheet music for ten cents at Babbages Home Laundry will laundry your shirt waists for 10 cents send them in Tne Easter number of the Dally New Era Ilopkinsville came out in purplo Let us frame your picture this week get ready for house cleaning Suzsrs You can get an Avery Old Roelker plows cheap for cash at Henry Solbrlgs Rumor has it that there is soon to take place at Toblnsport a swell wed- Â¬ ding Dicks Addison Red At Addison and whlto kidney beans at 120 per bushel Horse shoe brand of fertilizers good for corn end tobacco at O D Paynes Harned The Ladles Cooking Club meets to night with Miss Elizabeth Skillman at her home Fresh from Hbgans alley the yellow kid the latest novelty out in soap see it Sulz Abraham Sago passed through town last week on his way to Cairo Illinolsto spend a few days Eggs far setting from Plymouth rock Cornish Indian Game and White Leg- Â¬ horns G W Short William Kinder of Toblnsport is very low with inflammatory rheumatism He is sixty five years old Every lady should haveone of our flour bed outfit hoe rake and spade all for 15 cents Sulzers Mr and Mrs J D Hambleton of Henderson came up to spend Sunday with relatives and frinds Mrs John Weisenberger and Mrs William Embry went to Addison Sun day returning that night G W Baalism and wife Harned were visiting their daughter Mrs Sam Ken Â¬ nedy Irvington Saturday Mrs Martha Hendricks and her niece Miss Mattie Miller of Clover Creek are visiting Mr and Mrs F N DHuy Do you want a permanent position with good pay Jf so write to The Hawks Nursery Co Rochester N Y New clubs are developing in this cHy Miss Florence Cottrell will entertain the Stick Tights club next Saturday DavidS Murray of Salt Like City was here Friday and Saturday with rela- Â¬ tives He returned home Sunday night wfue Cincinnati Cooperage Company has purchased of John Gibson of Lodi bunt a tract of timber amounting to Â¬ Fresh candies at Gregory Glrsons Jack Ackerman of Rome Ind was in town Friday Ribbons and flowers in endless variety at the Misses Calloway Daisy pickles tin bottles something very fine at Gregory Gibsons Good newspapers for wrapping pur- Â¬ poses at this office for one cent per pound Miss Mamye Ireland of Skillman spent Monday with her sister Mrs Leon McGavock GLENDEANE D Tutf s Pills Cure All Liver Ills Bilious and Intermittent Fevers which prevail in miasmatic disÂ¬ 0 Moorman went to Hardlnsburg The Hawesville elevator handled 0000 bushels of corn in one day and night of last week x Miss Alliene Murray after three weeks stay in Hawesville returned home last Wednesday J A Hook and son Ji sse of Hardins burg came down last Wednesday his first visit in 10 yeais Mrs Alvlu Skillman and Mrs Phoebe Skillman of Hardlnsburg wero in the city yesterday shopping Misa Nellie Major a most handsome and charming young lady of Louisville Is with the Misses Bowmer A A Hennen of the Cincinnati Cooperage company was on yesterdays East bound train for Louisville Mrs A A Norris of Louisville spent Friday with Mr and Mrs E B Oglesby She left that evening for Madlsonville Church Notes Rev Shelley will preach Sunday morn- Â¬ ing and at night Mr John Nan Hill joined the M E church Sunday night Prayer meeting at the Baptist church Everybody invited to nluht The Methodist Sunday School had a good missionary collection Sunday Preoching at the Patterson Memorial church Guston next Sunday morning and evening Joseph Culley and Tom McCoil were baptized at the lower wharf Sunday afternoon by Rev 8 G Shelley Rev S G Shelley and wife went Mon- Â¬ day to Big Spring to see his wifes par- Â¬ ents Mr and Mrs G S Dowell Bishop T U Dudley of the Episcopal church assisted by M M Benton will hold confirmation services in the Metho- Â¬ dist church on Thursday morning at 11 oclock and 7 30 oclock at night Elder Ernest Elliott of the Christian church who was mentioned in our last weeks issue to begin a protracted meet ing in Dr Newsoms yacant store room Monday nas been postponed until WedProf W Leonard nesday the 28th Daugherty of Elizibethtown will con- Â¬ duct the singing The Louisville Presbytery met at Owensboro last week a very fine repre- Â¬ sentative of ministers and elders In adÂ¬ dition to the regular routine business the Ladies Missionary Society oi the Pres- Â¬ bytery was addressed by Dr Katherine Ford on the subject of Medical Missions and by Judge R N Pecklnpaugh on Mission Work in Alaska The closing session was devoted to Sunday School work and able addresses were given by the Revs J R Collier W E Bryce and S M Hamilton The Presbytery accept Â¬ ed an invitation to meet with the Clo- Â¬ verport church at its fall meeting which occurs on the fourth Tuesday in Septem- Â¬ ber Â¬ ts -- IRVINGTON 500 Mrs Caldwell Norton and son James Excursion to Louisville April 24 1 Stephens are visiting her parents Mr round trip and Mrs Jamts G Stephens at Alta Bro Overton was in town Monday Vista between trains Mr John Buzby father of Mr Joe MIbs Lill McGlothlan wont to Louis- Â¬ Buzby died at his home in Crandal ville Sunday night Ind last Thursday at the ripe old age Mr R M Jolly and son Morris were of 63 in the city Saturday The Busy Bee Club met with Miss Mrs Will Gardner is at home after an Margaret Moorman last Saturday and extended visit to her mothers re organized under the namo of Stick Miss Lucy Frank and Rue Washing Â¬ Tights ton returned from Louisville Monday Dont hesitate to report if our carriers Mrs Sue Bewley and daughter of fall to leave your paper every Wednes Louisville are spending a few days with day so that you may thereafter receive Dr Bewley It promptly Quite a number from Bewleyvllle BherifJFuqua of Hancock county is came over to the Easter exercises Sun Â¬ 63 years old has been married forty two years has thirteen living children and day afternoon Miss Minnie Legrand and Mr Frank thirty three grand children Miss Brook Stephsns after spending a Wade of Louisville spent Sunday with pleasant winter with her sisters Mrs MissSallle Henry T J Mlnary and Mrs Card well Norton Albert Moremen and his little nephew of Branden Â¬ Master James Drury of Louisville has returned home Showing carpets isnt any trouble with burg spent Sunday with Dr Lt B us finding a carpet to suit you wont be Moremen Little Mary Keith and Beie Cain any trouble to you in our splendid stock they are good and reliable Sulzers Tpm Cain Rine Cox and Junius Foot The town of Patesville Is certainly on of Bewleyvllle were guests of Morris a boom The merchants of that place and Nannie Lee Jolly Sunday Misses Blanche Jolty Lena Drury and hdve been receiving more freight in the laUwo weeks than they have for the Messrs Fierce Hardawa and George past four years Drury of Bewleyvllle were guests in The Breekearidge Company Limited town Sunday taking in the Easter shipped by rail yesterday a car of can exerclsts pel coal weighing 50000 pounds to Last Saturday Master Will Wimp Niagara Falls Ns Y It was consigned entertained a number of his young to the Niagara Falls Gas Light company friends In honor of his 15th birthday 0 G Hughes and son Hal ot Bowl Â¬ The children enjoyed the event heartily ing Green are in the city Mr Hughes and oaaae home radleatly- - happy from is the state organlzsr of the A O IT W the many pleasures affordediby the U lodge and is a candidate on the prohibi- Â¬ young host tion ticket for Leutenaat Governor He i An Eaeter sag bust was one feature has written twenty applications for entered into with sal aud much merri Â¬ membership Mnee the first of the week ment resulted Many happy returns V Sims bas left in wir office a of the day Will U Miss Lily MeGlothlaa is In Louis handle gord the largest of the kind we ever saw It measures 30 inettes round vllle for the purpose of purefeaelng a Lowland is 31 lushes long Mr Mbm spring stock of mllHuery She Vrlll bave ays it any one eaa shew a bigger gourd her spring eeeaimc next Thursday to of the mbm specks lie will make the whtea tUe oommuity and surrounding eounky are eerdially luvjted both for person a present of a years Hbserip4ie to the Waws Issue of Maruh 18 We the purpeoa of pHrebeeiBgaad seeing the HHttffetaui Utat some parties elulmiug In m Umm the to have a auurd The Jfastor opealag at Um Method ooe owu4 by Mr Maw think tfeey are ist eburefe Bauday aKetuooa ameuatod entitled to Umtyuars wbeeriptiou Tbe propoeUiofi W Mt mmhIu by the editor ansoubl toaatbef wttlL waat rnay be bio ot the Mawu but by Mr Mom bimeeU cased will b apfnprietari far Utpw as will be tees by reiuUag the aattoa ueee of iMitaaaalac a pulpit stead aad a Mr Dima atlU autadt by the psopoaMaa niiiaa A baartf isnea to the words Ctod laaj of aarwartay JMaiijitoanaal if tba party vUl proouoe Â¬ Monday Edgar Lewis was here a short tlmo last week Xrho wife of Mr George Carwllo died on the 14th Miss Paul teacher at the Falls was here Saturday John Whiteley has moved back to Glendeane Some of our farmers will finish plant Â¬ ing corn this week Ferry Hoskins is painting Charley Robertsons new house Mrs Sallie Robertson reported sick a short time ago Is improving Dont forget the excursion Saturday Only 1 00 for tho round trip Mrs F L Curtis went to Stephens port last week to visit Mrs Lewis e John Deane went to Louisville Saturday to hear Bryan on bimetallism Surveyor Royalty was here last week surveying town lots and writing deeds John Deane has lately returned from Frankfort where business had called him Five town lots Bold in ono day last week and others are contemplating early buying A small party spent Sunday at Sand Knob and came back tired and badly sunburned I understand Saturday that an appli- Â¬ cation will be made in Mav for making Glendeane an incorporated town Henry Moorman came down from Hardlnsburg and canvassed the neighborhood selling bonedust Saturday You can call for any article at any time and it will be sold at auction at Hardlnsburg Ky James Kincheloes Vic Robertson will leave the first of next month for Coloradowhere he hopes to bo beni fited by a change ot climate Solid silver ware or Rogers 189 plat Â¬ ed ware to be sold at public auction at James Kincheloes liar Jinsburg Ky Dr Overton Louisville preached here Sunday night to a crowded house His theme the General Resurrection was admirably handled Messrs Bob and Charley Robortson and Dick Owen went to Union chapel Sunday to hear Bro Overtons Easter sermon John Hennlnger Ben Galloway and Henry Roberts all of West View were here Saturday delivering hogs to Ernest Robertson It is no free advertising but a fact when you hear that Julian Brown will have an immense crowd onthat excur- Â¬ sion next Saturday Dr Haynes excellent workmanship and his notlceB in the News are bringing him all the work he can do when he comes to Glendeane John Deane and Lews Ashley are in the sheep business and are already wondering how they will dispose of the sure profits they see just ahead WAnd It is said Buck Moorman is going lo erect a dwelling right soon Of course some fair lady could explain it all meanwhile well wait to see whos to occupy it At present It Beems that Utopia will have three teachers for the next school year The new teacher comes from ono of the best colleges in the state In movements forward Glend ane is always In the front Your scribe was at tlie home of Mr Lewis Ashley on Saturday afternoon and saw the little one who was named through the News Beulah was the name selected from those proposed by the News correspondents Beulah Is an active wee tot with a really pretty face and Is the Idol of nine brothers who have but one sister each Â¬ Â¬ Dainty Pictures Should have dainty frames bold pictures bold Doctors Say frames tricts are invariably accompan- Â¬ ied by derangements of the Stomach Liver and Bowels gaily colored pictures should have gaily colored frames No matter what the picture is you The Secret of Health The liver is the great driving wheel in the mechanism of man and when it is out of order want framed we can do it to the best advantage the whole system becomes de- Â¬ ranged and disease is the result WE ARE MODERN IN OUR WORK Have you Striving to keep in touch with the latest Fads Dainty strips in seen the latest style in Picture Moulding tinted colors hand painted in the enameled goods Prices always right Tutfs Liver Pills Cure all Liver Troubles STEPHENSPORT P G Bryan the piano man was here last week Clifi Payne Harned was in town Thursday J II Payne was in Hardlnsburg Thursday Dr D AVIiite made his usual trip to Cloverport Sunday Mrs Grayham Jolly Sample was In town Friday shopping Rev E N Metcalfe will fill his regular appointment here Sunday lWallace Skillman spent last week with his sister Mrs Geo Barkley E II Miller is trying to look very de croplt now as he is grand pap Mrs J B Biggs who has been quite sick Is improving at this writing Mrs Curtta of Glendeane nas the guest of Mrs C C Lewis la9t week Mrs Sam Elder lniontown Ky Is visiting relatives here and at Chenaiilt Little Maori Beauseau of Falls of Rough Is visiting her aunt Mrs E N Metcalfe Balmy Days of Spring make you want to take a spin on your Bicycle Dont your wheel need some repair We have nitrh mhhpr fnr innnr tiriv hard ind r ilfiVV fillIwmi I 2f e lla liquid cement for cementing tire to rim Maybe your wheel looks r vmll All iv- - rusty Why not repaint it uiacK kcii anu ureen inamei -5e color that will brighten it up Then how about a good lamp Sec our stock of Bicycle Supplies J Wl II 2r ius SULZERS rTrl L01J I 0 F Cashman of Union Star was in town Sunday the guest of Mhs E A Moseley Dr J T Milner of Union Star was the guest of his aunt Mrs L B Helm last week Mrs Oscar Branting of Princeton Ind was visiting Mrs R A Smith Saturday and Sunday Miss Kate Crawford accompanied by Smith English spent the day at Clover- Â¬ port Sunday iMrs Russell AVIHIams Cloverport came up Sunday to visit hermothor Mrs A Claycomb Ladies Delight to Trade With Us Groceries Pure Fresh and Prompt Delivery iaTW M m IUJ Ben Hawkins of New Bethel was tho guest of his aunt Mrs Bottle Brashear Saturday and Sunday MIps Blanche Moseley has some beautiful fl iwers for sale from the Tell City green house Give her a call H S English Jr who has been visit Â¬ ing relatives in Meude county for sever- Â¬ al weeks returned home Sunday Madame Rumor is mistaken about our Boss Milliner getting married She is still prepared to make bows by the whole sale if necessary Â¬ Is What Catches Them GREGORY GTBSON CLOVEHPOBT KY saooBflMvjr3rvrummflr era ujLjujLnxj ocjaccrXKxrycriS rci rjvjjTrvwynrVKyryx A ZZi JftrvouB HUeate Falling Mem or Impotence Hleepleaaneaa etc oaated by Abuaa and India p cretionfl or other LxcaAaami turelu They quUhtu T rMtoro Lost Vitality in old or young ana fltamaaforitudr butlnMsor marriage Prevent Inaanltr and Conmmntlnn if tuknn in time Their ae shows Immediate Improve ment and effeeta a UIHT nhara all nthnr fall In upon bavins the genuine Ajax lableta Thar have oared thousands and will cur you We ntve a posÂ¬ itive written suarantae to effect a cure Cft ATO in each case or refund the inoner Price ww U I wiper packaset or sli pkaea full treatment for HCO By mall in plain wrapper upon recall t of price Circular ME A MAN MADETABLETS POSITIVELY COKE AJAX tt Auction CLOSING OUT SALE The entire stock of AJAX REMEDY CO TS Inr Nalo In Olovorpor Ky by Short A ituyiick Druirclvlii BEWLEYVILLE F F Morton has been ill fcr several days Hon James Montgomery spoke in onr t6wn Friday afternoon Rev Lewis preached in the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday Marguerite Stith was sick a day or two last week but is now recovered Moorman ilardaway and Overton Blanford were out Sunday night Superintendant Driskell stayed here Friday night on his way to the Big Spring Association Arthur Walker came home Friday night for the purpose of making us a short visit He Is looking well and hap- Mrs py Cain has accepted a position as salesman for Geo E Drury He solicits the patronage of all especially the young KducFI WANTED JAS KINCHELOE AT HARDINSBURGTKY j j 1 CONSISTING OF WATCHES Solid Gold Filled CLOCKS- all Kinds SILVERWARE Solid Plated - Diamonds Opera Glasses Jewelry etc be sold at auction to the highest bidder must all I 10000 Ea2hjIL BZEO XZfcTS tltoy J I Pounds Wool I 1 1 FRIDAY APRIL at L30 p m and 7 p m 23 N Wl ladies Little Beulah Payne entertained sever Â¬ al ot her friends Saturday The occa- Â¬ II sion was a birthday dinner and was high ly enjoyable The Epwprth League held Easter ser vlees Sunday evening 8 oclock p m A very alee little crowd attended and we Leaguers trust they were entertained I want to say to my friends and cus Â¬ tomers that I thank you for your liberal patronage In tho past and solicit a con Â¬ You will as heretofore find tinuance I us glad to see you My stock Is now full and complete in eyry way and all of It will be sold at the closest possible rah prises Remember that I always pay the highest prises for produce of all i Drury kinds Â¬ 100 Dozen Chickens 1 and will continue from day to day at the same hours until the entire stock is sold out Everything will be guaranteed same as at private sale A great opportunity to get WEDDING ASn OTIIEIt PHESEA ill im VATTI 1UU11 Utti You cant allord to miss it house put up at any time Any article in the Butter Voofhana I ii I Jas Kineheloe Haseltine SA m Salesman GJ IMS ggggggssBg5gsgaaaaaaBgBwaaaaaaaaaaaa Fmsotui The gentlemaa who annoy ed the eeagreaatioa last Sunday by een tiaually eeughlag will and Instant reJief by ueiufc Que Minute Cough Care a speedy aad harmless remedy for threat and taag troubles Short A Ilayaea Robert Xatawtt Woods lias naaauused hlatulf as a RepubUeaa saadideto for Coauaaawealitts Attoayhi Louisville Mr Woods is a OJovarport bay ad by push eaargy aad hard workbe brought ife Mghir Bapabiiaav frtrf n WOOL J WOOL WOOL lgr ML 298 Â¬ aad SABEL m lart Markat Strwt Wa SHIP YOUR WOOL TO - dc S03iTjS W mtw t waw DnHaVN m1 KUklMu4 id rift an lhlarttlfen LOUISVILL1 KY tka of WMtkttoMUiwtaWiUamwiM JfQTHUL iipi Maaan uaN Alt ytiMM XOVIOI bi jumvuj ijm U via cJa o C MO rf AUwrHCMviMtairwt 5 tkt an ainii Tw AY rOAkMKj fcSuavz ysasrssrA4ar UM Smrga f r 6 Breckekridge News Wry nl outfit THK BRROKBENRIDQR NRW8 OLOYRRORt KY MOMMY JHidftMM al 1 riaeiplM Defined by XanllteB Madiiea aid from the New York Sun - f- - tr The Scriptures tell us that no man should think moro highly of himself than he ought to think from which we Bambling Thought may certainly deduce that no man BY NKMO should think less of himself than he ought to think and that he should so Copyrighted II I were to question each reader there venerate himself as to associate his mind would bo very divorce answers as to only with ideas that have the benefit what constitutes the greatest power in and gain of the human race wrapped up the world Electricity steam dynamite in them volcanic eruptions would all doubtless In a letter to tho manufacturers Messrs be prime favorites But I name a great- Â¬ Davis fc Buzzard of West Monterey Fa er than these an Idea Ideas are silent Chamberlains Cough Kemedy but their powor no rending flash of say has cured people whom our physicians lightning eyer equals To speak of ma- Â¬ We persuaded terial things even the house you inhab- Â¬ could do nothing for them to try a bottle of it and they now it the clothes you wear the prepared of us For food you eat the monuments you ad recommend it as do the rest sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by A It mire are nothing but materialized Far Druggist back in the ages some poor shivering Fisher savage added a riven piece of wood to The Bay View Beading Cirole the front side of his cave as an extra pro- Â¬ Ky It has been come InviNOTON of these forgotten tection Another benefactors found fire and conserved it time since we have been heard from by ideas that held it in subjection so through the columns of your paper but that it no longer destroyed but warmed If the success and enthusiasm of a move- Â¬ cheered and lengthened his days Then ment must make it an interesting subagain one of these ancestors of ours ject to write about then should the Bay thought how to add strength to his arms View Reading Circle offer a most pleas- Â¬ by means of a club at the endof it And ant task While Plato rejoiced that he since ideas aro orderly much as stairs was not a woman Swift considered womby which we climb the higher one an only a higher species of monkey and possible because the lower one has been the Turks will not allow them to have passed so these early discoverers are tho any soul The position accorded an actual precursors of the home comforts American woman is in keeping with our wo enjoy and the machinery that puts progressive civilization The cultured puny man abovo all powers of nature woman which is not the woman accom- Â¬ organic or inorganic The old methods plished in art science and literature but may pass away both of protecting our- Â¬ the woman that possesses mastery over selves from the inclemency of the weath- Â¬ self politeness charity fairness good er and of entering into conflict with op- Â¬ temper and good conduct is tho charm page 504 posing forces but the new methods are of our society and there is nothing in Is it not an insult to common sense for simply built upon the old that have American society more sensible than the a people with the same breath to cry libLiterary Club served their purpose and led to higher erty and abolition of debts and division things The value of knowledge is appreciated of goods James Adams Vol0 page more and more with every generation 80 But we come to ideas that are not and the Reading Circle justifies its place The rich have as clear a right to their merely material but mental and spirit- Â¬ by and expansion of human intelligence liberty and property as the poor It is ual the power to turn and change and fostering a higher type of social life and essential to liberty that the rights of thq reform is even more remarkable and cultivating a fairer ideal that must reach rich be secured if they are not they dis- Â¬ wonderful in its silence and its might upon the community To worthily will soon be robbed and become poor The government to which you owe alle- Â¬ charge the duties of life every woman and in their turn rob their robbers and giance the peace and orderliness of life old or young should grasp opportunities thus neither the liberty or property of the spiritual impulses that sway us are to improve herself for I am convinced any will be regarded John Adams all the outcome of ideas that have taken more people rust out than wear out Vol 0 page 80 their origin like some mighty stream In It is to be deplored how many persons Property cannot be an obscure and hidden spot that leads are satisfied with an intellectual death man bo at liberty to secure unless the acquire use or One of the most enjoyable features of on to growth as it flows Take the idea operate with it at his discretion and un- Â¬ of God for instance when the savage our circle is the delightful comradshlp less he have his- personal liberty of life saw the power of tho wind and the wat Â¬ We draw close together harmonious re- Â¬ and limb motion and rest for that pur er and the seasons his idea was that they lations are preserved by maintainance purpose John Adams Vol 5 page 454 were living beings who could be pleased of a general spirit of good humor of that It may gratify vulgar malignity and or irritated and he named them various equable temper which gives and takes ly and worshiped them But gradually of that generosity which respects the popular envy to declaim etereally against grew up the conception in the national wishes as well as the opinions and rights the rich and the great the noble and the mind of a power over and above these of others We have no wall flowers and high but generally and philosophically material signs of power and that was from opening to close of meetings leave speaking the manners and characters of a nation are all alike John Adams Vol worshiped as the God over all other no moments unoccupied There Is often an enthusiasm In organ- Â¬ 0 page 05 Gods Yet while the tribe or the nation Property is surely a right of mankind remained stationaiy God was for it alone ization of Literary Clubs that is not last- Â¬ and not for other peoples Each nation ing this is perhaps better than no en- as really as liberty John Adams Vol pre empted to itself the right and con thusiasm at all but not the kind to do 0 page 0 trol of the true God or Gods For long the greatest good the kind we possess is Property must be secured or liharty ages the thought of the Fatherhood of a persistent tenacious kind that never cannot exist John Adams Vol C page go the kind that will atom the God and the brotherhood of man did not lets 280 We dawn upon the human mind tide and brave the elements so much as The moment the idea is admitted into not even the Hebrew mind But when hear in mind the utmost excellence at society that property is not as sacred as which humanity can arrive is only by fierce wars followed by peaceful adminthe laws of God and that there Is not a istrations broke down the walls of par- Â¬ constant and steady pursuit Our club force of law and public justice to protect room at the McGlothlan House is an tition between nations the Idea gradual- Â¬ it anarchy and tyranny commence ly began to grow among thoughtful ideal one thoroughly American in dec- John Adams Vol 0 page 0 orations and surroundings we are inminds that it was possible for nations to If Thou shalt not covet and Thou spired with an unusual amount of zeal eo operate with one another and this shalt not steal were not made com Â¬ to very tendency to co operate paved the In order improve the literary advan mandments of heaven they must be tages ofour community we havo estab Â¬ made infallible precepts lu every society way for the prevalence of the All Father lished a library yet in its infancy but before it can Lh civilized or made free idea that now entered tho human mind John Adams Vol 0 page 0 And now is sweeping through the heart hope and expect to add volumes from to time Imbued with the spirit of the world the feeling that God and time of patriotism our course this year is one Wanted to ba Galled a Gentleman his revelation is in some measure found of unusual interest we have travorsed From The Detroit Free Press among all people and all religions rugged paths of our own civilization There was a d What further ideas are yet to be regard- Â¬ the perfor Â¬ his- Â¬ mance In the opera house that night ing the length the breadth the height and have now reached a period in tory and literature when our American and way down on one of the front seats of Gods nature of mercy and tender in terest no man can yet tell But this we writers will vie with their contemporaries there sat a man holding his shiny silk for fame The teachings of Franklin hat ostentatiously before him with an know the human mind is growing Washington Jefferson Webster Clay expression of deep anxiety broader and the human heart is warm Â¬ and watch- Â¬ ing into brotherliness in our day we al Â¬ and many others are so indelllbly fulness upon ids face Before the performance began a friend so know that you and I are living now stamped upon our national character no and it is ours to live think and act that other names wield such an influ who sat immediately behind him and broadly as becometh the dawn of a new ence in shaping our destiny The name had noticed his manner leaned over and of Bancroft Motley Parkman and Pres asked him what the trouble was century cott rank with the most brilliant histor Â¬ Wal you seo Tom said the man Again look at our government We ians of the century while the mellow with the hat confidentially strive here for the maximum of liberty its this atmosphere of Irvings works rare and way Ive been in politics now for ten and the minimum of restraint upon the unique genius of Hawthorne pleasing years and Ive been cussed and abused individual but it would bo absolute and critical style of Longfellow and and called all sorts of bard names until foolishness to assert that the breadth of Lowell are associated with the brightest oar constitution Is all duo to the clear periods In our Literature Our club is Im just longing to hear somebody ad Â¬ dress me In a decent manner one more vision and emancipated minds of the composed chit fly of busy housekeepers time When the magician comes on Rather let founders of the Itapubllc but conflicting duties seldom prevent a the stage hes going to say Will some s acknowledge that the ideas they had good attendance and I am sure could were simply an orderly development each one speak message it would tell her from thoughts that had been stirring hit - maa hearts for agea under all sorts of di of the thorough enjoyment of these meetings Rainy days are forgotten eoeditioeu back to Magna Obarta we learn each other and cherish a com- Â¬ te Alfred the Great back to mon affection among us the bonds of a WBa yoa takeHoodi nils TlwWgoM-lM-loaeyou all te suaar coat4 pllfc wbleb to Caw back to OtMstaMgoa back Kaiy to take fidelity that shall out last this frail bark pieces are not In R with Uoodi baek to Moaea and avea to pre will be made and sealed Hoaar We of the Iiistark iBMajaiaga awl aspiration fortnightly send greetings to oar ulsÂ¬ ter club Let us as maeaberfl of the Sow thrHHag to raaogataa the power Bay View Reading Cirela use our la K- Wbea flaeaea to extead the work to exalt sad uy to iairais U Irm ol IhoatV ana1 el Hoods WUa which ar I fttat w eoiM ifi NaUa that w Uava am he beat of evarythlag ia aoeJety and la vpkidfttoriteitryrespoet Uw oowmwaUy ao otbar axVrteaea will B4 MttabiMMtaufe All develop Um a oldest qaalliiVa or aaaaw afiMMam m 01 Hood oolinHlbM1 ycopiea Vm aafr 9m taa wlta Maoa s Batinm ao atwak BeVf Of Ottr BttfiUH MM BftUW 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bleight-of-hanÂ¬ it rained an mowed A powerful tight by day an night on that weary Washlnton road I but as yaws go by wsd ottr individuality becomes more decided WMyjMDAY APRIL 21 1867 coyly at first idM ol our own force theneelvea upon us based upoa other The Waatshgte KmcL ideM that we havo learned Let ua nev- Â¬ Prom the Atlanta Constitution er close our minds ftgalset these ideas WH MoHy Im home from Washington an1 1 originating within for so Ion as hu Â¬ reckon Ill stay awhile manity lasts and so long as each human Fer I never wut good oncountln of crosstles by brain differs from every other one new the mile i An how hat the weather tarred yout I tell yon ideas have a right to life and there Is no It raloed and mowed reason why your idea and mine should A powerful sight by day an night on that weary not have in it prevailing power How- Â¬ Washintonroadl ever to know how ideas originate is to Ive UHced to the politicians In many a big hotel t understand all the mysteries of our fro been up thar to the white house an I left the minds and that understanding is not Irettdent well yet We can merely say that they are An WashbWs mighty big an line but Molly the evldonce of originality in a man Ill Jest be blowed lft want any more any more In mine on that and that as far as tho ideas are now ho is weary Washlnton road t a creator I repeat again how thrilling I dont keer nothln boat oflice taint much at the to have a share in the world of ideas and very best t to be wielding ideas of our own with Im tired o hangln roun all day an losln my broad and useful purpose What we nightly rest j Id better stayed here an worked along at home call public opinion a most mysterious with the folk 1 1 knowed and fantastic thing passes through its But I tell you Iye larnt a lesson on that weary vagaries because of this operation of Washlnton road I ideas The strange swaying of tho pub- Â¬ An ao Im home fer business an I reckon Ill lic mind are explicable only by under- Â¬ uy awhile J Â¬ Fer I nerer wux good on countln of crontles by standing how an idea operates from individual to individual with a power that the mile It lookt like the skies are clearin up but I tel you will not bo denied 1 mmmmmmmmmMmmMitm J Nothing cau be deemed my property to which I have not a perfect and uncon- Â¬ trollable right by law Alexander Ham- Â¬ ilton Vol 2 pago 132 The genius of liberty reprobates every Â¬ thing arbitrary or discretionary in taxa tion It exacts that every man by a definite and general rule should know what proportion of his property tho State demands Alexander Hamilton Vol 2 Â¬ The Demand For Fine Stationery From LiiiHcn is great We hnvc spared no money nor timb to meet this ilcmnrul The selection of our line cant be beat anywhere We show you jfMVusic for tbe flftitlton V6CAL AW INSTRUMENTAL FOR MANO AN8 ORflAN pago 100 Government is instituted to protect eeneatlon In the throat It lnatantly property of every sort as well that rolloved by Or liells a wonderful remedy for which lies in the rights of Individuals as cougiin nnu an troubles cauaed by Inllumruntlon of tho tmicoua mem- that which the term particularly ex Â¬ Jg bruticrf of tho throat nud respiratory m presses This being tho end of gjvern- A purely vegetable com- - K Jh orsnne j iiuunu it cunuiiua nomine but Deal ment that alone Is a just government ing ntidltivlgornUug medicinal prop-Â¬ erties It In guaranteed to cure the which impartially necures to every man moat attibborn coughs ns well at whatever is his own James Madison nailmm bronchitis sore throat La s urippo wnoopiug cough and croup Vol 4 page 470 Give all power to property and the UK indlgnent will be oppressed Givo it to ar-Honey -Tthe latter and the effect may be trans- Â¬ i 1 eat ai mA posed Give a defensive ehare to each 6oo and ifo a bottle or P1 S and each will be secure James Madison P6 Enl upon 9 Vol 1 page 107 The K It Sutherland Medicine Compnnr In a general ylew I see no reason why Inducnh Kentucky the rights of proporly width chiefly Uny mmmmwivsim bears the burden of Government and in so much an object of legislation should not be respected as well as the personal gentleman kindly loan me his hat and Im going to jump up and give him rights in tne clioico of rulers James mine Itll muke mo feel good for a Madison Vol 1 page 101 month to be spoken too that way Ive This term property in its particular been looking forward to this occasion for two weeks Youll excuse me now application means that dominion which for Ill have to jump quick when ho one man claims and exercises over the speaks for I see one of our aldermen sit external things of the world in exclusion tint in the front row with his old brown his hand of every other individual In its larger derby into the sameand Ill bet a dollar game hes up and juster meaning it embraces every thing to which a man may attach a value and have a right and which leaves to every one else the like advantage James Madison Vol 4 page 478 If all power be suffered to slide into hands not Interested in the right of prop- Â¬ erty which must be the case whenever a majority fall untfer that description ono of two things cannot fail to happen either they will unite against the other description and become tho dupes and instruments of ambition or their poverty Your Cholca of Any of the Highest and dependance will render them the 100 Bicycles Grade 1897 mercenary instruments of wealth James Madison Vol 1 pago 188 Model Free of Cost by Us Â¬ If the earth be the gift of naturo to the ing some of yourSpare living their title can extend to the earth in its natural state only The im Moments provementu by the dead form a debt against the living who take the benefit The great strides made hy Tub Nbw York of them This debt cannot be otherwise Times within ihe last few months form a notable discharged than by a proportionate obe- Â¬ chapter in American journalism During a period of genral business depression Tim New York dience to the will of the authors of tho Times has made steady progrefs having within Improvements James Madison Vol 1 six months nearly doubled its circulation This Xicfelmjjf That Iolst Charles By tlteMiOjtt popular putltora of to day Ktluard Graham J 1 Blynn Harry Iurness Gusslc h Davis Otto Heboc Thil McDonald John T Connors Tcrcy Arnold and others TJic Two Little same authors who composed Down Went McGipty Girla ia Blue Lighthouse by the Sea The Fatal Wedding Marine Band March and other popular successes Happy Birds JX e f Reasonable Prices An elegant assortment of box paper quire paper such as Crarios Bond In all 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KKMKp riilcigq Montrttl CnL ertn Tot Iu WHEN WE CRITICISE OUR FRIENDS to 4 50 are Gregory Sg33-S5Be3-SjS4BS- PUREST WHITE LEAD AND OIL alo8SahdW8T FERTILIZER A LETTER DOWN Smllfifield Man Claims to Have Picked it up rrlday Night The Kindness of Ignoring Trivial Mistakes In Our Dally Life ARE THEY PIPE DREAMS IOulnllle Dispatch Mr W II Suiithurs of Smitbfield VM In the city yesterday and Says the From Tli Hrnliip passed over that town Friday night liu tjajs there la no doubt about it for he got A jitter which was dropped from ill j aerial monster Mr Smithera gave the Dispatch thu letter which exÂ¬ plains inoro about the airship than has ever been given before The writer sajs there are only two u the craft himself and companion and that they cannot come down berauee they have dropped out to much ballast Fiom this it is evi- Â¬ dent that the machine to somo exteut is propelled by gas The letter is as fol Â¬ lows if t ft We are To whom it may concern in the greatest trouble We myself and companion are way up Id the air in an airship perhaps some one has seen us and cannot come down The last time We were on the earth was when we light Â¬ ed at Ltke Michigan about three weeks ago Iu our attempt to rise we threw out too much ballast and our ship w nt up o fast it almost U ok our breath We have icachtd a strata of air which seems to keep the ship from going higher for it has not ascended for several das Wo have tried every way to cause it to de scrud but the machinery iontopaud vo cannot get to it from tho basket Our What will ever become of us provisions are giving out and starvation is slating us in the face If the receiver of this letter will fi ml a balloon after our craft and rescue us we will give him a fortune for we are both rich The ship was made iu an old barn in southern Illinois and lor fear some one would stt al our ideas we managed to keep it a secret until we started on our aerial vojage Tins was about a month ago aud since then we have been on earth only three times although before we tlirew out the ballast we could alight a often as we desired The ship is a success but unless we are given a eist auce we are lost Yours in trouble Samuel Haoin Dr J W Blauton and L J Arbegust twdof the most reputable residents at Loclcland called at the olllce of the Louisville Dispatch last evening and said that they had both witnessed the strange sight At first their story was laughed al and w j only regarded as a Joke but tboth men were so sincere in their ex pressions and offered to bring fo ty or iiity ollhe most truth lul men in their siistricts to testify to the fact Dr Blan ton and Mr Argebust were just coming oat of the hall at pleasure Kldge Park avout a oclock where they had been holding a meeting of the freo turnpike company which Col Bennett Young the prominent attorney from this city jhad presided over We were just walking towards the front gate said Dr Blauton when we were suddenly startled by hearing a harp whirring soun I which attracted We arMUtftiUon toward the heavens all looked up simultaneously and saw shooting at a frightful rate ot speed the bright glare of a lighted lamp Everybody was at first frightened at the queer eight and wo thought it was a comet un Â¬ til we met Mr Smltherp who showed us the letter which he bad found Then we aeaqlutfed it was beyond a doubt the mys4riou air ship We watehed the light for several ceconde and finally saw it disappear oyer the Iudiaua hits The wind was blow Â¬ ing at a stiff gale gainst the ship hut from he way she was spinning there maU have been considerable foree to any it along The two wen said they would be will mt to take a solemn oath in subUiutla ttett of their story and Bald that Co Vouig would also say the same thing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There are two kinds of mistakes mistakesofmomentandtiivial mistakes writes Edward W Bok in the April UndouhUdiy Ladles Home Journal the best service which one friend can render another is to save him from a mistake liable to be serious in its results In such an act lies true friendship But in these days of criticism when we ate apt to criticise everything and everybody we are all too apt to correct mistakes which aro absolutely trivial aud not worth correcting And yet iu calling at- Â¬ tention to them wo oftou hurt the ieel ings of our best friends Not one of us even tho most good natured likes to have his mistakes pointed out We may appear not to mind corrections and ac-Â¬ cept them with a smile But it is human nature to smart under correction although some of us may be clever enough to conceal the smart Hence ihd fewer mistakes we call attention to in others the better Two thirds of the mistakes we make are trivial Their Why then correctionJs unimportant Yet some people do and notice them A person speaks of do so constantly having done a certain thing on Tuu rs day when in reality it was done on Wednesday If no Important point is involved why call attention to the mis What good does it do to have the take exact day ait right It is a matter of no upon correct Â¬ importance bo why iw ing the trivial error Staunch friend Â¬ ships have often been prlcktd by this needle of useless correction It is agreat art tliU art of learning to allow others to be mistaken when the mistake is un- Â¬ important Few learn it but those who do are among the mrst comfortable friends one cau have Â¬ Â¬ last years expenditures the amount of pension money paid out together with interest on the public debt there still re mains a balance of 1260839020 the war burden amounting to 174810028 Otn it be fairly claimed even after this sub- Â¬ traction Is made that tho governments expenditures have not materially in creased per capita Of course the machinery if the government is much more complicated at tho present time than in 1840 and Borne due allowance should be made on this account But in spite of the countrys growth during the last half ceiAuty there is no warrant for the enprmous expenditures which have characters d Itepublican administrations since the war What the country needs at the present time and what it must adopt ere long is a frugal aud economic policy Under Mr Jefferson aud his Demociatlc successors in oflice this country enjoyed the greatest measure of prosperity it has ever known and not until Democratic principles have beeu restored in their purity to the government cau the better days of the republic be revived Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Co CONDENSED And Sell them as cheap as Others Sell Inferior Brands There has been but little done in this ctton yet in the way of gardening Work on the farm is more backward than for many years those that have broken their ground the heavy rains have packed nearly as hard as before it was broken and taking everything in consid- Â¬ eration the prospects are not very flat taring to the farmers The great pyramid of Gizch is the greatest monument of human history the mightiest building on earth and tho oldest in structure a miracle in extent Forty centu- Â¬ almost incomprehensible ries have passed into eternity with the tooth of time gnawlni at the grandeur of the pilp generations have come aud gone nations have lived and died em- Â¬ pires have rcsj aad fell Cheops shaft like tho rock of ages Btands grand silent defiant a sj inboliz d finger of Deity b NE73 Iiitrrratltii llciin on Vari Â¬ Iairilnllr lrcpnred For the Hatty Itruilrr There nro 8000 families embracing fully 4 000 men woinrn and children nctunlly starving to ileit h In Chicago Alii may bo asked from oil side the city JennrUo paid to linvu been tho only African elephant in thu United State died nt Peru I ml having starved herself to deal h She hud uot eaten anything for A Collection of ous Subjpcta HOME FIRST The World Afterwards Every dollar spent in your home store adds to the development of the home mlustries It helps the growth of the town by helping the growth of the individual for we are all more or less dependent upon each other The great trade centers pay tribute to the big stock We are keeping careful track of your wants and constantly adding to the stock to meet them Now dont fail to give me a call All manner of produce taken in exchange for goods Â¬ ovor 40 ilnya Many lives have been sived by the The longer you neglect a cold the haid timely use of Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey er it is to got rid of it Tho very first Wheu a cold creeps upon you or a cough symptom should be mot with a dose of racks your lungs no remedy is so prompt Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey This famous or eilectual Can be given to children remedyrlll cure it whether of long or with perfect safety and is sure to proB duce beneficial results Â¬ -- DUKES The weather remains unsettled Long live the BnECKENitinoE News Little Arthur Isom is having the chills John Shaw of Patesville was in town Friday Backward is the condition of the farm- Â¬ er this spring Jerry Bashams little boy Otis has pneumonia fever Charley Campbell and wife went to Cloyerport Friday Thu roads like the present Legislature continuo in a muddle Mr Simon Rowland dined Friday with Nate Starks Pr aud wife If April didut barrow from March she is trying yory hard to immitate her S B Burnett and wife visited relatives in Daviess county Saturday and Sunday Nate Starks Jr of near Patesville spent Suuday with lils parents at this Â¬ Fetters Luck him to becomo a millionaire and retire to a luxurious mansion on Easy street iu the couisi of a few jears The Fetter Com Â¬ pany now lias the three blggrst con ti acts in Kentucky They are tile sfate print- Â¬ ing setting up and printing the Dally Geog Felteis friends expect it Wtieu the spring time comes gentle Annie like all other sensible persons will cleanse the liyer and renovate the system with De Witts Ltttle Early Hisers famous little pills for tlu liver and stom- Â¬ ach all the year lound Short Hayues A Rest msive Chord Hill Gkove Ky April 10 Editor BitECKKNliinciE Nhws Dear Sir Your Brandenburg correspondent struck a re Â¬ sponsive chord in my heait when she asserted lar belief that the Prohibition party would come into power I agree with her and 1 also believe the time will come wheu the women of this land will see the Uecebslty of rising up in their might to put this blighting evil down The Temperance question has become oue of vital importance to all moral and Christian people Every year our polit- Â¬ ical parties are becoming more corrupt and intoxicating liquor without stint is thp price the candidates have to pay for their nominations Not that they all enjoy this state of atlairs or feel at peace with their conscience for so doing but they urge in exctae we must do us the others or we will be left in the rear All honor to the few moral Christian gentlemen of our county who were not afraid to show tlieir colors and positive lyrefused from principle to use any f irm of intoxicants to farther their nom- Â¬ ination or election To their shame be it spoken that our two great political parties which have achieved bo much good in the past have fallen victims of this mighty foe While to most womanly women the idea of going to the polls is repugnant yet 1 believe the time is near at hand when to save their husbands brothors and lovers they will feel impelled to urge their right of suffrage Audi will venture to assert that were the women of our land aroused to a clear sjnse of their duty the greater part of them would be Prohibitionists We have no business in either of the other parties but if we might be allowed a separate voting place where we could vote our sentiments with a free ballot and a fair count we would roll up a sweeping ma jority to banish from our fair land the manufacture aud sale of all splritous liquors Aud the blessings that would follow in the wake of bucu a happy con Â¬ summation who can estimate Yours for ri form Dispatch and issuing the mammoth Belknap catalogue the bipgist job of the kind in the Souh Fetter ruus along hs easily ss a pneumatic wheel on a ImII hearing fpludlo and gets there In double quick time lies got lots of grit enouxh Irish for a good flavor ana is as aurcable as a net feline when he is rubbfil the right way and lice xerta Star Truth congratulates 1 elter upon his merited success Star Truth Cancer Can lie Cured It la very often that the most insignificant symptoms are forerunners of There is the most violent disease not a more destructive disease than Cancer and in a majority of cases it Is first indlcatd by a very small pim- Â¬ ple or sore to which no attention is attracted until it before long develops Into the most alarming conditions Here is another case where the first symptoms of a most violent Cancer were too small to receive much notice until the disease had fully developed Mrs Laura K Minis has resided at Bmlthville Georgia for years andis well known throughout the adjoining country In a recent letter she tells of a wonderful case A small pimple of a She says strawberry color appeared on my cheek It soon changed to purple and began to grow rapidly notwithstand- Â¬ ing all efforts to check it until It was the size of a partridge egg My eyo became terribly inflamed and was so swollen that for quite a while I could not see The doctors said I had Can- Â¬ place Dukes is famous for marble playing Every person from 10 to 1 00 enjojs the game Farmers are becoming somewhat Im patient about their work The cry is too much rain Fort st Dunn purchased a good milch cow and calf Wednesday from Mr Phil- Â¬ lips near Patesville Overseers are working their roads through the country We hope to soon have better traveling Mr Willie Doyle of Earlington Ky visited his uncle LaFayette Newberry and family last week Miss Laura Bobbins attended Sunday School at the O P church Sunday and took part In the school Finloy Burnett wife and baby Arthur of near Patesville visited his parents at this place Satin day and Sunday Some one found a cut worm the other day while working the road Perhaps it was a forerunner of anothor pesti- Â¬ lence Grant Winckler the blind musician held a musical entertainment at the school house Saturday night A large icrowd was out to hear him The class did some splendid singing Sunday evening at the C P church The class was led by J J Husk They will spend an hour next Sunday even ing at the same church The heavy rains of last week did con- Â¬ siderable damage to Oscar McGavo k by washing away his fencing and water gates along the creek and wahlng away and covering up his wheat and grass on Â¬ lt T r A Woman WJm i a cold is contracted eure it at once due Minute Cough Cure will set Thirty years is a long time to fight bo you on tba road to recovery In a minute bronchitis painful a trouble as piles but Jacob re pneumonia wil wwp anil all ferns of lung aad throat Mitehell of Unloaville Pa struggled that long before he triedD Witts Witch iioab es Short I lay use HtA Salve which quickly and perm Is equally efleet neatly cured him Jeno4ratie State CMveation iveia eczma aad all skin affectiona The Democratia State xecstive Com Short Uaynes mlUe lM called a SUt6 eeavantioa for Frankfort Juaa 2 to nominate a aaadi Oar Xtttiesal Bxtravagaaee date for Clrk of the Court of Appeal Within the test twenty Hve or thirty of voters The resolution oh qualification yearn the national ship at state has t m follows MnoltfJ It is the pew of this cona drifted a totig way oa from IU old Dj Btitiee that we adhere unreservedly and ecratte SAoeriHl In 180 the expaaaaa wtiwlifUdly to the great frsptoa of the governssaat including latereat aa Miiirjtfitrl la onr auonai iJtitwwmiw the public debt aggregated otily M3M ylatiorm adopted at ObUwgo ia IBM and fill w lass titan 140 par aapite Daekladly at variaaae with thaae flx It ia now declared titat the DmoeraU voters and other in this State who nip aras hewever k the governawats ex of the Darooeratk paadtture tor the year ending Juua 90 parted Matinee for fraaldan in ISM aa wall ISrtJ at whlah tine It reached the aaoraaraonawho by tbair par ummm saw of f431878A64 or nariy aaalt tM othr tioipatloai Um aateotioiroi the ifajle twenty Unas aa oi ia 18 Ml In aaaoyatlHff toe UiU laowia it k obligated to gUm team tkMMalv aupport the uftAlftM ot auen ooavantioa ulalawd by our Kapablicaa frteada ttttt am aad shall be wrtMesJ to vote la tl the dlnVee is diw almeat BMlaaivaly to the bordani antailad upon tfaa gov iterate ltloo of th innaat by the fete war Bat ia thla x- Mat county oMfantlona an uallad tor ajajajtoa pHahrtory T SobtawtUg ron J oclock it thslto Mrs Laura E Mims Mr Editor candidates are almost aa cer of the most malignant type and without after thick down here in Hancock as cut doing exhausting their efforts up the me any good they gave worms were in 05 It would be Wi II for case as hopeless When informed that them to bell their horses so aa to give my father hud died from the same men that are cutting timber warning of disease they said I must die as hered- Â¬ I was itary Cancer was Incurable their approach terribly reduced in he ilth and felt aa my life was wasting away The cheerfulgunshlne the sweat notes Jf At this crisis I was advised by a of the forests songiters and the pleasant friend to try S S 8 and in a short odors of the beautiful flowers Is not suffiwhile tho Caucer seemed more la cient fo content the heart of the young flamed than before I was informed man wtiosa beat girl has gone away to that was favorable however as the medicine acts by forcing out the be absent for a few weeks poison through the pores of the skin Schoo met Sunday with very good at Before long the Cancer began to tendance considering the inclemency of discharge and continued to do so for three months then it began to heal the weather If we want to have an I continued the medicine a while interesting and successful Sabbath longer until the Cancer disapÂ¬ School we should be present at all com peared entirely and I enjoyed better This has lugs totitter of the school and do all we health than ever before been several years ugo and there has can to make it Interesting not been a sign of a return of th The bfldgaaeroasjoasaton the Cloy disease Cancer la becoming alarmingly erport aad Otrenaboro road In Breeken prevatent and manifests itself ia ridge aouaty one wlla waat of tows attch a variety of forms that any owe the alMitiaefit oa the Kaat aad of the sore or scab it matters not bow awall bridge ia oavlag in aadIavlBg it la aueh which doea not readily lteal Hji and well be regardad with a eoadiUoa aa to damaad of the proper disappear may suspicion autborMaa thair Immediate a4te4toa aaaraateid a fact that S S lowlands Â¬ Â¬ Ky John Craft of Kockhouso Cicck uns lined f3 and given 10 days Imprisonment for i tiling n hoi so into n Uaptlst chinch last week whllo meeting was In p ojre n William J Keiguu of Cleveland a brakeman gained judgn en fo for damage against the Vnlo Hallway company of Michigan Instead o thu f0 0 X ho asked for Tho road appealed to tho circuit court of appeals Attorney General Harmon says he Intends to return to his law practice Iu Cincinnati nt tho end of his term and ho of tho samo llrni with which ho luw been conniccd TliU effectually dispose of tho story that hu would associate himself with Judge Hoidly iu Now York George T Urutford traveling for C Nolly i Company wholes do grocers of V Vn jliccil In Parkcri huir money and u vnlunblo gold watch under his pillow at tho Omega hotel Cairo Ills and letlred without locking tho door Wlion honuoktt In tho morning bothilio money and wa eh hud dlsnppcated MIS Mnrthu Mctcalf aged 70 and Henry A lhubour aged 80 were married ut Milfoid Center O Saturday Thoy were lovers In tieiumuy 00 years ago when Mlis Mo calf enmo to this country Harbour cafho to tho United States two months i g lifter having roi niilated a little fOiUine mid lha t a n were mar- Â¬ ried Saturday night S I HurrUun assist Â¬ ant cihlilK of thu Mciiliantx Nuiloual bank of C nrksburir W Vn vai hold up on his a homo and robbed f bsvornl bundled doflirx It Is suppo il tho rob be s thought ho had tho keys of the hank ns they r eaichod him hut found nothing exiept the money This Is tho third o d up I hero In tho In tt few days There win n had sccuo at the Mo ho list church nt Anderson Iud Sunday night when Ur Mor on tho noted o u ho had been conducting meetings there uutll ti week ago when ho huddcnly went blind uiouutid the pulpit and In dark ness again lookup the work which ho had begun He lias faith but tltore Is tmiill hupo of his hight returning say tpecliilliti It lesulted from a full on the Ice 10 days prior Mr KckcN comptroller of the currency has sent n letter to tho g ve din of tho different states sugg s lug that they rec ommend legislation by tuo legislatures providing for uniform rcj o ts from statu hanks anil banking institutions at tho sumo time on which national banks nro required to maku their reports to tho comptroller of tho oiirrouoy nnd thnt provision bj maile for tho prompt tabulation and publication of these returns D L Garbor tho lossoo of Hnvucsvlllo flouring mills nt Ashland has been served with two White Cap notices order iug him out of tho country inside of n week Olio was fouud posted on tho d o of his mill and tho other ho reccled through tho m ill Ho has left tho country his family uot being awaro of his whereabouts Some time ago an explo sion occurred lu tho mill knocking him senseless It was thought to bo un at- Â¬ tempt to burn tho mill Crimes and Cntnnltlrs Juntos Iiallnrd aged 73 of Palpt Lick Ky died Satirday of Injuries caused by being thrown from n horo A terriblo rnllroml disaster occurred In A train plunged over n preciDarbadoes pice killing a Inrgo nt mwrof passengers No details nre given Mr Gcorgo Jtatiiol of Gallon O by mistake ued gasoline to klndb a Arc nnd an explosion followed which wrecked tho house and killed Ilethel Mrs Susan Dcckard of Bristol Tcnn has been arrested nnd confessed to killing her husband with an in because tho feared thrt ho would kill bar I D Hnlstoiul a Chesapeake nnd Ohio brakeman nged 83 yoirs mot with n fatal nclldeiit In Upper Hluton W Va Ho Mttviuptod to jump otf n moving freight train nnd whs thrown undor tho wheels cutting off both legs Ho loaves n wSfo Henry Lutz an omployo of tho A h Pile Fit oworks company of Heading O mot with a painful accident Ho was carrying a kottln of hot pasto when hi 6llpped and the paste flow over his fivco nnd arms and burned thorn lu a frightful At Whltcsburg 7t00 CHARLES RADENHEIMER Clifton Mills ky Â¬ Â¬ t0 There are other Pebbles on the Beach oifo In this cac the other pebble it THE BLICKENSDERFER If you cant prencunce the name spell It A typewriter visible writing per meuant alignment int rchangeablo pe direct printing and inking Not a toy but a real thing Weight six pounds Price 3o 00 H WSWfoWSJSJOTOT OPPORTUNITY GIRLS COMET 1097 WEST VIRGINIA SUPPLY CO Grnrral Aprnta for Kr and Yt V P Wliilonijl ocal Acmt 241 5th tt Ua Ky H ERES V0UR BOYS AND 100 WALTHAM MODEL A seSSre BICYCLE 1 aiilljt Â¬ Â¬ Waltham Mass Western Salesroom 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Catalogue of tho nat Â¬ BRYANT No 400 THIRD STKEET LOUISVII1I1E STRATTON KY ISI Ex President Harrisons Success as an Author Ex President Harrison will conclude his series of papers on life in the White Houeo In the Slay Ladies Home Jour- Â¬ nal and take a respite from his literary labors which have so profitably and congenially occupied him for more than a year General Harrison is the first President to show the public through the Whito House upstairs downstairs etc and to detail the Presidents dally routine and the social and domestic phases of life in the Executive Mansion He is also the first Chief Magistrate to crystallize bis knowledge and the experience gained as Chief Executiye In a series of lucid Instructive and inter- Â¬ esting magazine articles on the functions of our government such as were This Country of Ours papers Peoplo buy Hoods fearsaparllla year after year because it does them good It will do you good to take it now DR MENDENHALLS IMPROVED Â¬ taaL Sottdll relieves and cures Cough Colds Consumption Bronchitis Asthma Grippe Hoarseness Whooping Cough Croup and all diseases of the lungs and respiratory organs manlier Deatbm David HooYor of Klohm mil Intl aged 7 Ud d Mrs Sarah O Crnnor died at Richmond lnd at tho ago of 68 John Calloway a Union veteran died at Dorea Ky nt tho ago of CO Levi Moore died nt Greonsburg Iud Saturday evening nged 76 yours General John M Stevenson of St Louis aged 70 Is dead after n protracted Illness Ho Bcrvod with distinction In tho Mexican XMtior an umi no contH DR Women How common are chronic diseases to wunicu Women know hey are due to deranged kidneys and failure of delicate organs to perform their natural functions V rSCFARtO 0IY IV C MBNDENHAll EVANSVILLB IND J Sold by SHORT HAYNES WtNTERSMITHS THE pers CHARLES SUN Â¬ war General H G Thomas of Portland Me died nt Oklahoma City Ho owned the Qklahomn City waterworks and had other Inrgo iuvostincnt iu tho territory William Clayton n well known former gamblor died very suddenly at the city hospital lu Inulsvlllo of double pneu monia a god Si Ho was admitted only the day before Â¬ o U O ri U Fine Confections Lunch Stand Good Drinks BuchucorrectstheprlraarycaMse hesl lng and strengthening these organs Its 33 years or success guarantees its value Useltandyouwlllhaveaclear complexion and better health The First of American NewspaA DANA Editsr The American CeHstltutlen the American Idea the Americas Spirit These firs las and all the time forever Dally by mall - - 8 a year Dally and Sunday ay man 1 a year paays laroe I laut near Pbllllpsburg N J w cutlrply destroyed by tiro entail lag a low of 18 The reildunco of Mr J Wf Scott at Loss 18500 Shady Nook Kyburued no insurance Tho AiuorlcHU Ilrlek and Tllo com failures - The Sunday Sun KtMiw 2 a yaw delU Jjrtht of the UWghtott aad Raster was moat beautltal daya wa bava bad tor a loeRtjM Thayouagand iba old t at tended Sunday aoltool aa a maalftsteUon of thair graUtnda to Gad tor hie lava toward his fallow oraaiiuaa aad aa thair duty which wa all ow to am all wlae aad tvw utareUttl Barter oh purtiy infftiabU earn haaadltary Caa ear which ia oanaidarad inaarabU placaa it withoat an onaal aa a anr cura for all maauer of real blood diaeaaes such as Scrofula Jfeaaitia Contagioua Blood Poison or tty other o form of bad blood Our treat Oancer aad Blood Diaaaaaa yUl U mailed fra to any addreaahy Swift mcif Cooapaay Atiaata Gaorgit lltUMMll TbaYlnarrtrd Hall aae of tho laagast at lie Normal aad ftsst lioiwItolU sabool at Valparaiso Ia4 wh totally utroyad by I e tog H awr with mot of Mm outsat flu k liming was campled by whom km Rrty To riionivrs must of 1oj-The nd profl t I auo ohes an Imurans KU of saated wtk whlh ws 00 i very valuably mostly on uiachlnsry There wm aa You can get tliia above Teaff jb is the gmWftt Swwky in tba Vrorld Gos Wct side court kotu Prtoa St a MMy ly mad gqiMre CANNED GOODS A SPECIFY adklrsMniasVKNtwYwk TOM MoGILi BARDINBBURG KY ITktn trill b Hosm TnMiac at SUsjIsaMMH Ky irH t Yr ftfl iBjiuljt Jr - t KL yZ --rL33EEif rmmzmwrn fpr 8WBf flpjfw JWV fjfH11 iF ifJfwyiwuiBipwuiMjiJ n u ilfli ypSWppMliff sr V s 8 FLEEING THEFLOOD - THE BRROKKNRIDGH GRANTS 5ECRETIVENES8 Hie lteipntilblllty of III IVwiyon Forced lllm to Guard IIU Utterance Cam Â¬ General Horace Porter in NES Â¬ OIxOYKRPOR HOLDS WORLDS RECORD KY Carbuncles Appoarod Each Sanson Until Dlood Wna Purlflod With Hoods Indolent Ulcor Snrsa-pnrllla-- C0tfDND Rtwa THE MISSISSIPPI WATERS POURINQ THROUGH A CREVASSE Several Vlllagei Jnnnlntel unci Miiny of the llou t Have From Two to Three Tet t Water In Them right Thou and Mora People Made Destitute paigning With Grant inTlio Century says concern lug Goueral Grants scro Â¬ After the general had got somo miles out on tho march from Cold Harbor on officer of rank joined liim and as they rodo along began to oxplaiu n plan which ho hnd sketched providing for tho construction of another lino of in trenchments soino dlstanco in rear of tho lines then hold by ns to bo used in caso tho army Bbould at any tlmo want to fall back and move toward tho Jamos and should be attacked whilo with Â¬ drawing Tho gcpcral kept on smoking his cigar listened to tho proposition for n timo and then quietly romorked totho astonished ofllccr Tho army has nl ready pulled out from tho enemys front and is now on its march to tho James This is mentioned ns nn instance of how well his secrets could bo kopt Ho had never been n sccrctivomau until tho positions of responsibility in which ho was placed compelled him to bo chary in giving expression to his opinions and Ho then learned the forco of purposes tho philosophers maxim that the un Â¬ spoken word is a sword lu tho scabbard whilo tho spoken word Is a sword in tho In tho Hold thero hand of onos enemy wcro constant visitors to tho camp ready to circulato carelessly any Inti- Â¬ mations of tho commanders movements at tho risk of having such valuablo in- Â¬ formation rcaeh tho enemy Any en Â¬ couraging expression given to an appli- Â¬ cant for favors was apt to bo tortured into n promise and tho general natural- Â¬ ly became guarded in ills intercourse When questioned beyond tho bounds of propriety his lips closed liko a vlso und tho obtruding party was loft to sup Â¬ ply nil tho subsequent conveinntlon Thcso circumstances proclaimed him a man who studied to bo nncommunica tivo and gavo him a reputation for re servo which could not fairly bo attributed to him Howascalled tho Amor Ulysses the Silent and lean Sphinx nnd was pop Â¬ tho Great Unspcakahlo ularly supposed to movo about with scaled lips It is truo that ho had no smnll talk introduced merely for tho sakoof talking nnd many a ono will recollect tho embarrassment of a first encounter with him resulting from this fact But whilo liko Shakespcaras sol- Â¬ dier ho novcr woro his dagger in his mouth yet in talking to a small circlo of friends upon matters to which ho had given special consideration his convcr tion was so thoughtful philosophical nnd original that ho fascinated all who listened to him Â¬ ti vencss river is 618 feet a fall of 3 10ths In the past 21 hours and a total of 0 10 lis 1 Vicxswmo Miss April 19 Tho ince tho crevasso at Biggs lovoe Tho eltoatlon In Madison parish La is growing hourly worse Tho flood of water going through tho Biggs ureak in tholorco is fast covering tho lowlands and is flooding Bay Vidal and tho greater part of tho land in tho southern portion of tho parish Tho water has rcaohod Tallulah somo 18 miles west of Delta Tho water has risen seven feet in tho bayou ut Tallulah and is rising a foot an hour Delta is about depopulated only enough persons remaining to look after tho houses Many of them have two or three feet of water in them The back water is fast covering lands north of Delta nnd at Youngs Point much land is already covorcd At Omega tho floods aro coming fast Relief boats aro running to Davis island and iCelloggs section Planters in Entlnl and north part of Madison aro placing their stock in reach of boats on the river fro t or at stations on the lino of tho Vlcksburg and Shreveport rail- Â¬ road so thoy can bo moved in tho event of another break in tho upper portion of tho parish which is now severely threatened MUlikens Bent and Duck port levees are both caving Reports from Madison parish stato that tho water began rising in Brushby bayou at Tallulah at 7 oclock Sunday morning and up to this time has risen 8 foot About threo miles below Tallu- Â¬ lah tho water is gotting over the lovees and is overflowing everything two miles below It will not bo upon tho higher lands until to morrow as thero is several feet of bank left in tho bayou Richland ja reports tho water go ing all over verythlng overflowing the Kings and Kcls places also tho villages of Trinidad and Ashwood eight mflos bolow Rich nd Tho telegraph lino is down some dlstanco below Richland and commu icntion was shut off from thero up to noon yesterday Tho water is beginning to backup Lake One on the lino of tho Vioksburg and Shreveport road Work is going on at Milllkens Bend lovees and they aro reported in goodshapo aero They aro working over 100 men thero Tho people at Tallulah aro building up the old leveo on Bushby tayoa as far south as So viers about eight miles south in an endeavor to hold the water in tho bayou Everybody is getting their stock to gether howover so as to move prompt Â¬ Â¬ sll Â¬ Â¬ Mr Stubbs of tne Vlcksburg and Shreveport railroad says an effort will bo made to handlo passengers and mail servico from Delta to some point on tho lino west where tho trains can come thereby keeping np communication Tho road was transferring hero under tho most adverso conditions before tho break at Biggs which soon made that impossible as the track was flooded to tho depth of several feet in less than 12 hours It is now estimated that not less than 8000 persons will want relief in this county for tho next CO days at least Lieutenant Crowley of the United States army reached hero from Wash Â¬ ington by tho noontruiu yesterday hav Â¬ ing been detailed to duty hero to pur Â¬ chase and distributo rollef He has gone actively at work nnd will purchase meal meat and molasses for distribution through the gentlemen named by the governor John M Coulton one of tho leading planters of Issaquena county is in tho city and makes the following statement I have just returned from Issaquena county Tho present indications aro that the overflow will break all former records as to duration and destructioa of property in tho lino of plantation in provoments and loss of cattle leavK little prospect of planting a crop in Â¬ -- A Lively Itoman Sauce Garnm tho black green sauco of the Romans was a species of universal con- Â¬ diment but its principal uso was for fish Tho recipe is as follows Let tho cook tpko several fishes ii matters not much which but mackerel are tho best for the purpose Let him toko out their entrails and pot them in vinegar and leave them thero for ten days Then let thorn bo taken out and dried and pow- Â¬ dered in a mortar with popper frumen Â¬ ty roots of dandelion mint thyme sago and a littlo ginger and well mix ed after which tho powder must bo put in jars together with honey and left to ferment during several weeks When ready for tho table it must bo mixed with Falernian wine Now York Post Â¬ A Discouraging Sign 1897 I have seen somo pretty hard knocks In my timo began tho anvil in ring ing tones whou the bellows interrupted him with Bnfthhikof the trouble I have There isnt day that I am not Ciu hard pressed to raiso tho wind Â¬ future mo In the lilackemlth tu Improve Memphis April 10 No more breaks oro roportcd in tho Louisiana loveo dis- Â¬ trict although the embankments at Hancock and Forriday in tho northern part of Concordia parish aro reported to bo very weak nnd a break may occur at any hour The crovasso at Biggs is no v a seething torrent and tho waters aro spreading rapidly throughout Madison parish At Cowpou tho lovoo is seeping badly and although a superhuman effort is bo ing made to hold it many experienced river men aro of tho opinion that a break may occur sooner or later The town of Vldalia is in a very critical con dition and many of the inhabitants are hastily packing their most valuable effects and aro fleeing to Natchoz The waters from the Biggs crovasso are ex- Socted to iuundato tho town by Wednes At Natchez logs are arriving in largo numbers whilo live stock is coming into the city in large droves Thousand of men line the lower lovoes watching every weak spot and hoping for tho best In the Mississippi dolta the situation continues to slowly improve Tho wa- Â¬ ters are receding Tho work of relief is being systematically carried on Tho river at Memphis is still falling a recession of l 10th of a foot in tho past SI hours being reported by tho weather bureau Not Alarmed at New Orleans NkwOrikan8 April 10 Contrary to expectations tho river at this point has not touched the 20 foot mark Tho river may bo pronounced stationary at 188 Tho cxcitemeiit concerning the condition of tho loveo at Carrollton has been more or less at fover heat but on tho authority of tho best informed engineers and levee directors it is stated that no extraordinary causo for uneasi Â¬ ness exists Electrocution Machinery Ordered Warden Columbus O April 10 CoOln has ordered a newarmatnro from Port Wayne Ind to bo nsed exclusive- Â¬ ly for electrocution purposes It will ooat 375 Tho new machine will ar Â¬ rive in time for a thorough tost before the execution of Haas and Wiley and after that event will bo stored away for Â¬ Â¬ REPORTS FROM MEMPHIS Afllrs lu the Mississippi Delta Continue Mrs Hnnniker Im really discour- Â¬ aged about our Will I dont believe ho is destined to bo a great man after all Mr Hunniker Nonsenso nonsensol Whats put that idea into your head Mrs Hunniker Why look at this letter Ivo just received from him Hes been in collego twd years now and his handwriting is still so good that you can read it right off about liko print Cleveland Leader Who In III Generation Irato Father What you need young man is a sound thrashing Delinquent Well pop my Sunday school teaoher says that tho Lord will supply our needs and I dont mind New York Times waiting SPANISH TROOPS NOT RECALLED No Soldiers Will lie Withdrawn From Cub 10 Tho Spanish minister has received a telegram from tho president of tho council of minis- Â¬ ters Senor Canovas saying that tho re port of the recall of 80000 men from Cuba has no moro foundation than tho fact of its publication in an opposition papor of Madrid Minister DoLomo says no soldiers will bo withdrawn from Cuba Captain General Woyler has telegraphed that ho does not need moro reinforce- Â¬ ments to terminao tho war and that ho docs not need u single soldier more tiiiurul Itlvera Ilecovering Havana April 10 Goueral Ruls Rl vera and Colonel Uacallao tho insur Â¬ gent leaders recently captured in tho provinco of Pinar dol Rio aro no longer incommunicado They aro recovering from thoir wounds and it is reported aro well cared for Â¬ Washington April SENATOR HANNA BEREAVED IIU Aged Mother Nuccumbs to lneumonla at Ashevllle N C Asheville N O April 17 Mrs S M Haiina mother of United States Senator Mark Hauna of Ohio diod at tho Kenilworth iuu Blltmoro at 4 oclock yesterday morning of pneumo- Â¬ nia She had beoii in Ashovilfo only a fow days visiting tho kindergarten iu which bIio was much interested uud her death was totally unexpected hero Mrs Raima came to Kenilworth iuu several wocks ago accompanied by her daughter Miss Hanua Mrs Hanna was 84 years of ago Sho leaves threo sons and as many daugh ten Tho latter aro Miss Lillian Hau na Mrs Colonel Piokands nee Seville Hnnua and Mrs Jones formerly Mrs George Chapin The sons aro Senator M A Hauna Messrs II M and L O n- Â¬ Tin Shop ronsumplion ANT ITS To the Editor I remedy for Consumption cianti Enquirer m Margaret queen of Honry IV king of Jranoe oonfln4 in the LouYro pur Dower that I consider it mv dutv elegant m4 very warmly the studies of skillful tendtvo bottln fro to those of your readers cowvoaed a Tory literature au4 who have ConsumptlonThroat Bronchial or Moloiyfor tit imtfularltlwof hereon Lung Trouble if they will write me thtlf express and postcfltce address Sincerely 4a et have an ibsoluta By Its timely us CUW the jiriuoipjj COUMSW put of tkafiag fcud JCafflri re fenoU A jj ywi t NT jtacK KC--a4Beata at t W MnsiMttMit th For several yrara 1 was troubled with J carbuncles on my left sido and my back They would disappear in winter and re Â¬ turn tho next summer I began taking Hoods Barsaparllta and have never had any carbunclesilnce My littlo son had a fever and an Indolent ulcer appeared on his loft limb and spread half way around it Our physician recommended a blood purifier and I gave the boy Hoods A Barsaparllla with gratifying results G B James Polkvllle Miss I havo been a great sufferer from mus- Â¬ cular rheumatlf m and in October began I continued taking Hoods Barsaparllla its uso untjl January when I could go about as well as any ono and I havo bad hands I W Minnick no acuto pains since Tho jury in tho cao of Lafayette Mil Â¬ Grand Isle Louisiana lers holrs at Klchmond Ky against tha National Fratornal Union Immrano com Â¬ pany for an Insurance policy for 5000 Â¬ Is sold by all druggets Trice Sit six for 5 brought in ft verdict for tho plaintiffs af ter being our threo days nro the only pliM to Liko inIn tho caso of Oscar Jtoorc HOOCl S PUIS with Hoods Bamptrllla dictment at West Union O under for slaughterfor killing Albert Easter last October the jury found him guilty of as- Â¬ sault and battery and Judge Miller imPAY OF ACTRESSES posed n flue of 1150 and costs All of the alleged tollfrate raiders ar havo bocn WOMEN ON TH STAGE RECEIVE AS rpstod at Lawrenceburg Ky released on 11003 ball John Wnrford A RULE SMALL SALARIES one of tho six Indicted has not boon found Attorney Jnmss Wash ha boon employed ns counsel by tho men Indicted There Are n IVw Who Are ltewonleil 11b Miss Nclllo Bnlrd a popular young lady e roily but Octiernlly the Iluttnras Is Not Snndy Springs p in company with rrodUblc and Not Jinny In ThU Coun- Â¬ of soveral other young ladlov was cngnpod try Havo Mado Fortune In playing ball when ono of tho battnrs of and it Into a loom in an up town ofilco lot go Misstho butonaccidentally breaking tho nose Ilalrd building thero passed at irregular inter- Â¬ struck it vals young women who after having At tho Instigation of Robert Saner Ed Â¬ spent some timo insido reappeared nt ward Cox Albort Mitchell and William tho door and started down tho flight of Normnn woro arretted at Lexington Ky steps that lead to tho street This hap Â¬ charged wlih highway robbery Suueris pened all day A lino of womon was u Madison county farmer and olnlms that continually going iu and out Nono of he was relieved o qulto a bundle of mo jey them staid very long aud nono of uy i no pari los nrioucu jio says tuMtney dLMfih them left tho room with expressions of sandbnpgd him of On tho farm W W WllllnmsOSj particular satisfaction Delaware O n double calf wpb5ra3lE I dont think thero could bo any bet- Â¬ had two Heads and eight feet perfectly ter warning said a theatrical man fo mcd Tho animal wna grown tfpftBcr who had an ofilco opposito tho door from tho hack of tho slinuUlcrs to tho hind parts TlniyposKo iseilbit ono sioiunch through which tho girls disappeared to womon who think of going on tho which wns also perfectly formed Tho stago than tho sight of that string of monstrosity Is dead Dr W O Davis of Batavla O while women That is a theatrical ozchango and in and out of that ofllco thoy go ev returning homo from a professional trip colored ery day Somo of them the lucky ones at night wns held ofup by threo case m n ami rtllovid his medicine disappear after awhile and thoy seem u fow wortliloit articles which he hadand In to havo found places But tho majority his pockets Tho lobbcrs after gutting come and go fern long time beforo any- Â¬ tho medicine enso nnd exnmlulng It gavo thing is found for them Tho best dont tho case back to the doctor Mayor Campboll of Bowling Groen O como to tho exchanges you know Only those who nro not well onough known has instituted a rigid reform lu municipal to havo their services always in demand nflnlrs aud promises to mako it decidedly aro compelled to look for positions warm for snloonkcepors who vlolato tho Hj has also declared war on ordlnnnces through tho agents Tho others can go gamblers and slot machines Tho initial to tho managers or in somoraro cases step was to flro the night policemen for have tho managers como to them alleged card plnylng whilo on duty Thero novor wos a subject about Burglars ontetod the home of Hon S which loss wns really known than that M McGregor judgo of tho circuit court of tho rewards that a Hfo on tho stago Brazil Ind aud stole- tho judges clothes bring to a woman I remember to havo from his bedroom Xha thlovcs secured over 100 In money a 300 watch valuablo seen onca nn interview with Lotta Crab trco in The Sun in which she said that papers silverware nnd other valunblos the stago gavo women moro than any It is hinted the thlovo were partlos tho other profession could Lotta is one of judgo sentenced to prison years ugo Crime and Casualties tho fow very rich women of tho stago Lnfayotto Ladd ono ot tho most prom and I am afraid that optimistic opinion was affected more or less by her own inent citizens ot Adrian Michigan wns success If she had not accumulated shot and fntnlly wounded by a burglar nt Tho 500000 or more Lotta might not look oclock Saturday motnlng lew a rolbor cscypetl and thoro Is no tj his so favorably upon tho stago as a means identity of livelihood for women CorwinSpltlorof North Baltimore O The ideas that aro prevalent about was Instantly killed accidentally shootsalaries tho general idea of tho largo ing himself with n rovolvor Ho was amounts paid and tho prospects for sav Â¬ showing tho weapon to his two brothers ing money that such occupation affords aud did not know that ono of ho cham Â¬ nro all based on very erroneous impres- Â¬ bers was loaded A son of jitndon Pedlgo who lives at sions Thero aro of courso aotors that mako largo sums and some that mako Trammel j Usn county Ky accident Â¬ Â¬ fortunes But thoro nro not many of ally hanged himself Tho boy was play- Â¬ tho barn when them Thero aro very few people for ing In and when found tho accident unpolled ho was hanging instance wlm would believo that tho from a rafter with n rope aroundhls neck leading lady of a prominent Now York 14 Willlo Akors son of a wealthy stock company gets only 100 a week farmer of Elizabeth Wirt county W that is forubout 80 weoksof the year Va was fatally poisoned and died iu tor or mayhe 35 at the outside On the rood rlblo agony Ho was sick and took arson sho receives 135 a week A certnin loal powders by mistake thinking them amount is paid by her manager toward to bo tho medicine presoribed by hU phy-Â¬ her costumes but when it happens that sician Will ITcmbrce In Bonne county Tenn tho plays aro not successful and havo to be changed frequently tho expenso of shot through the heart and Instantly Constablo Hickman who was nt costumes uses np a largo proportion of killed tcniping to arrest lilm nnd thou il it what sho may mako The most popular Ben Heagler through tho hip and he v til leading woman iu American rccoives dto Heagler was assisting Hickman to only 125 a weok when sho is in New make tho arrost York and an extra 35 on the road Yet F G Hosmnn of Yonkcrs N Y at- Â¬ as many of tho peoplo at tho theaters in tempted to board n moving pasfeugor which sho nets go to sco her as go to soo train on tho Louisville and Nashvillo road at Hopklnsvillo Ky Ho slipped and fell tho star with whom shos associated tho undor But shes to bo a star herself after him tho cars log wheels passing over His had to bo amputated awhilo and then sho will make enough Ho receivedleft othor serious If not fatal into ropay her for all tho timo sho was juries t building tip her popularity oven if sho Bev D Corbett a Roman Cathollo was not getting rich prlost attached to tho cathodral parish at Thcso women that get tho salaries St Johns N B ell from the third window of the bishops residence en ly spoko of aro tho best paid in tho conn try Among all tho women on tho stago Sunday morning and was Instantly killed I doubt if there are 50 who receive as It Is presumed ho was takon with a weak spoil raised tho window to get air lost much as that Ono leading lady in n his balance nnd fell out New York theater gets only 05 a week William Bnro a farmor living The women who act on tho road with Now Carlisle O committed sulcldonear by stars get usually 75 or 80 and in somo shooting himself In tho head nnd breast cases 100 But as I said thero aro not with a U2 callbor lovolver Ho weighed many of them in the last schedule Tho 850 pounds He had been slightly de prices rango on down to 30 which is mented from grip Somo think thatio about tho smallest salary paid to any cont financial disasters caused him to take tho step Ho was worth about 50 woman in a first class company When thoy get to bo stars on thoir 00 peaths own account tho caso is different Usu- Â¬ Mrs BcsmIo Wright of Greensburg Iod ally tho women stars got certain sums every weok in salary aud certain Is dead MUs Nettle Dungan aged S3 died at amounts from tho profits Somo of tho best paidgct 300 n week in salary and Muncle Ind of typhoid fover Andy Woplor who killed Henry Clay ono quarter of tho profits Then they grandson of tho Commoner died In Louisbegin to make money Ouo quortor o ville tho profits may equal under favorablo William F Maok the comedian died at circumstances 3000 That mnklS tho his residence in Boston Sunday aged 87 salary of tho actor engaged on tho terms years mentioned 800 a week But only tho MUnes Lovlck the aotor died aths lucky ones succeed in over accomplish- Â¬ homo In Now York City Sunday of caning such success as that Of course thero cer Ho Was born in England January aro others who take all tho money and SO US5 Charles Qraotct of Ylnoonnes Ind ra merely hiro their managers But they old aud wealthy citizen died Saturdoy aro still fewer in vumber night igjd 80 years He was born in Another thing that has to bo taken Into consideration is the fact that n wo Alsace lierimiuy Mrs man has only a certain timo on the Robert Carolina Clowery wife of Colorjol Clowery vlco president and gen Â¬ stage She must bo a gonins to lost eral suparlmendpncof tho Western Union muoh beyond 40 and sho Is not likely Telegraph ompi n dld at Lluoola to booomo famous much beforo 80 So Nebuudaj of Drulynl her tlmo Is rather short After n certain NASAL poriod tho decline begins and salaries CATARRH begin to go down just as beforo tho ago ri l ay of 40 thoy increased Think of the BBaaaaPJaaVJ LOCAL DI8EA8E fow rich or even comfortably off women ad Is lie result sfMlds of tho stage Thoy conld bo counted on sniliuiUmellmallo tho flugors Lotto Maggie Mitchell tuingei Fanny Davenport and Clara Morris This remedy does not contain my mercury or Thero may bo a few others but thoy aro olhr Injurious drugi mighty few Compare this with tho long list of women that have boon popuEUY8 lar aud successful in their youth nnd i CREAM BALM you will agree with mo that tho aaaK i think - aa v OP Ma cleans tnt women on the stago aro not us well paid Mjt Allay LULU as the aspirants ttluk New York Ftia iil aflamacfon Heals and PioteMsihe M B0 bran from Colds Km tores th aeniet of TM aa4 grall If quickly tWortxd MxTt Reii for Ttij CeaMV Gii nllefat ones or ly aU samtileaiQ ccats teteeeo habit cure malMw v k so teats at Prus IMa mroag bUMt pun Ho it A4 dv MUl A Collection of Intrrextlugf Item on Tarl on Snljel Iprclnlly rrearetl Tor CHAMPION WATSON RECOM- Â¬ the Hatty Header Two thmmnilil nnd eighty emigrants ar MENDS PAINES CELERY rived at Kills hlnnd Saturday Tho potdtflloa nnd the store of II Moore at Williams Ind woro robbed early Saturday morning a largo amount being scoured Profo88ional Athletes Find This It L and Georgo Samuols two negro Romody Invaluablo in the Spring prisoners In tho Fiaakfort Ky Jail sawed through the Iron rod lu thoir coll wltulows a id escnpoi Edward W Stemn aged 81 ntaltorot Washington Ind committed sulqlda Brings Frobh Blood and Retjulaies taking 40 grains of morphine Brooding ovor hU wlfo leaving htm Is ristincd ns tho Wholo Noryous System tho catifio Tho Berlin Iron Brldgo company nt East Borlln Conn which for somo tlmo hasbccurunulngon a tohedule of eight It la useless to attempt to compare any hours adny has started on a 10 hour schedule Tho company employs 100 other remedy with Palnos celery com- Â¬ raovnted roart wilf tt nwnkerlt rt at thtt crow of olilokens In tho eouutry and yet bo nnahlo to sleep at H- - Mmnds at nlL Tho taan who is disturbed by tho noises of tho oity in n norvous man who would toss all night on a sleopluss couch in tho dead quiet nf tho eouutry Tho only reason there is moro nervousness is because our mode of life chanted nervous ness Wo drink moro smoko moro cat mora aud ro tho pace aouornlly olid then lay it oij to noises Now York Hnnild Â¬ Must be Downed High Prices must go or The House Upholding Then IN SEARCH OF- - A WIFE- - Cnntlons fialtor States Ills Requirement Hoods Sarsaparilla un Â¬ Â¬ pound iPaines celerv comnound Is another sort of thing entirely from any substitute that was ever banded over a counter It nuts fresh blood lntd the shrunken velnr regulates the expenditure of ner vous energy and positively cures general norvous debility and such specific ner Â¬ vous disorders us neuralgia sleeplessness melancho ia hysteria headaches lassi In a Letter of Inquiry A prominent nttornoy preserves tho following document ns one of tho chief cnrlos of his ofilco It bears a recent dato and was written from one of tho Missouri river towns Tho young wom an referred to is tho presiding genius of tho kitchen in tho lawyers homo Deaii Bin I got ncqunjntcd with AHs8 through our corresponding with each other Sho wonts to marry mo Should sho suit I will not mnrry her for threo or four months yet Ploaso find out through your wlfo and lot mo know by roturn mail if she is worthy of We Will Pay the Highest Market price ff n good husband xIs her character good How about her honesty aud integrity Goes sho scorn to liko chlldron Is sho neat nnd WOOL EGGS clean Is she tasty about her dress Is CHICKENS and all she gay or frivolous or what you call sullen Is sho1 wasteful in her cooking COUNTRY PRODUCE Is sho strong and healthy Can she hear and talk good Is sho homoly or pretty Is sho smart To mako it short would Shirt Valjt teuched collar fast colors sho mako n good man a good wife lateit ilcetat only Sx I fun n cooper by trade n widower New line of Ljdlei Spring Capet tllk with flvo children nud I need a woman lined worth twice the money Vro only cik i JO thats a good cook aud to look after my Oar line of I diet Fine Dm Goode can not be ex- children Sho has been working for celled anywhere and at loweit prices your wife threo weoks You ought to 56 pet New Spring Brocaded Des Goods Wool filling at knoW her pretty good by this time wi3Undic 8 oajidii Anything yon may say sho wontknor Nev Design Spring Percalet at 1000 pair Ladies Black Hose former price if it isnt good unless you tell her yourIJC RiclOse them out quick nt only 8c self Is sho stylish Has slid begun to Afew more bales ofHoosler Cotton as long as it ait will tell at break or show edge Is she steady and A fitst cUtt 4 4 bleach cotton at r S1 yds for loo jtc Only docs sho know how to plenso You can 50 pair new Spring Window Shades complete atjj do mo a great favor if you take five Keo our new tine of ladies Shoes in all minutes of your valuablo timo to an tho newshades Ox Blood Chocolate at swer theso fow questions Ploaso write once to know quick Your the rght price I want at 49c obedient servant St Louis Republic Ladies op Toe Oxford at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We have declared war against High Priced Groceries Cjotblng Dry poods Boots and Shoes Hats Wall Pepft Carpels Matting Trunks Oil Cloths and Ac Wo are deter- Â¬ mined to place beforo the Pub- K lie tho lowest priced goods they havo ever had occa- Â¬ sion to look at We liave prepared for nn other busy season Read our Impres- Â¬ sive bargain list and bear t in mind O Juitrcceircd Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tude In a word Painea colery compound Is ablo to soundly build up the nervous system and make it healthy and active Among the testimonials received re- Â¬ cently by the proprietors of Palnes cel- Â¬ ery compound was the following Boston Feb 8 1807 Gentlemen The strongest of athletes sometimes feels languid and drawn out I havo often found myself eo more especi ially in the spring beforo the outdoor season begins Lhave tried many things but have found nothing that does me so much good as Palnes celery compound I eay this with much pleasure KeBpectfully yours J P Watsou Mr Watson is the worlds professional champion jumper and pole vaulter He defeated Tom Burroughs and others at the worlds fair in Chicago Not long ago Iijertberg the champion steeplechaser wrote to Welle llichard son Company that Paines celery com- Â¬ pound had been of great benefit to him and said that he wished to recommend the remedy to others John Giahnm of the Boston Athletic Association took the victorious Amer ican team to Athens James Michael the champion long distance bicyclist and George Wright ol Wright Ditson are among those who have recently in- Â¬ dorsed this best of all spring remedies Advice from such men is worth following in a matter of health and strength Â¬ nistory on a Watch Face Almost tho last work of the Bdlgian astronomer Honzoau deceased wns an article in which whilo arguing in fa- Â¬ vor of n decimal division of timo ho pointed out tho origin of the doublo set of 13 hours represented on our watch vnd cfock faces Tho ancient inhabitants il Mesopotamia chose tho number 12 as an arithmetical baso because it has four divisors viz 2 3 4 nnd 0 whilo 10 has only two divisors viz 3 and 5 They counted 12 hours in tho day nud 12 iu tho night measuring the day by tho progress of tho sun and tho night by tho progress of tho stars across tho sky This system prevailing over nil others has como down to us aud so our watches bear on their faces a souvenir of thoso ancient days when tho sun served for a clock hand half of tho timo and the stars tho other half Youths Companion new line of Wall Papers at jc to 2uc New Carpets Oil Cloths and Matting on which we can save you meney Gents Clay Worsted Salts nkely made at Ij90 See our linr of Mens ell wool Suits at fixx which excell any we evej had at the price oc 50 pair Mena will made Jeans 1antt nt 35 pair Lace Curtains Taped nice length new Spring pattern at 50c Curtain PoUs and Fixtures 19c Vj 4 M Our Grocery Department Is the most complete iu the County and our prices are the lowest Wo can and will savo you money We solicit your trade The Great Bargain Store Geo Yeakel BIUNDENBUKG Go J KY f mmmm 3IHSra0WXdaV 5 Z T COX - Agent - - Ekron Ky m T ill iytv tn avsswavsv t HOMILY ON NERVOUSNE88 Practical Idea That Are Drawn by a TlilnUlui Iyman Tho most casual glance nt tho col- Â¬ umns of the newspapers betrays the fact that nervous complaints as ro- cently asserted by tho medical profes- Â¬ sion aro greatly on the increaso Com- Â¬ parison will demonstrate that wo Amer icans are becoming IX wo are not al Â¬ ready tho most highly strung and nerv- Â¬ ous peoplo in the world But nervousness as expressed by va Â¬ rious well meaning citizens seems to bo a certain resentment against noise I am considering tho point from the van tage or disadvantage of a layman Is moro nolso tho oause or simply the evl donco at nervousness Thats what I want to know To bo clearer is inero nolso tho creator of nervousness or is tho universal complaint ot these noises morcly tho evidonoo of growing nerv ousness Most of tho errors of reason Â¬ ing I beliove aro from tho confusion of causo and effect When a letter carrier suddenly nnd unexpectedly pipes his thin shrill whis tlo up n vibrant hallway and causes mo to start it is oasy and natural to say ho makes md nervous And when an olo- voted train brakes down approaches a statlou canning every wheel to scream and shriok it sets my teeth on edge aud tho charge is instantly filed against tho railroad company of creating nerv Â¬ Wherons the facts are I ous disorders was nervous already aud tho lottcr car Â¬ riers shrill whtstlo only demonstrated it aud if I had not been n suiTerer from nervousness the elevated noises would simply have had no effect upon ray mind whatever Aud If I sat down and wrote to tho newspapers complaining against all these manifold noises I should only advertise my nervous con dition to the wholo community I am aware that I shall run counter tp tho popular theory when I assert that noises have nathiug whatever to da with nervousness Tho nervous per Â¬ son will jump Mgbcr and quicker when silently approached from tho rear being unexpectedly confronted silently in Wtk dark bciug suddenly touched by some etiU that niomcpt uujrcrn or unheard or even prove moro iiTvous under con Â¬ ditions of absolute eliding H ou be easily demonstrutrd that utau wfco Borne Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t iy uont Y HTi ijry - V y h m m j a m HI - w m m m Ui to plzQi your crop Â¬ of corn without 1 m in TTT Com Dill of the makev M EMPIRE Bris the - Â¬ W H Â¬ m m m Best Cor it Drill on Mte market v f yr Jl Vv if1 m CATARRH I aP4SlfiI TT nrt-wmes-- t am TT ri - -- 71 iv Â¬ PcJB I ntMNIPst IQLvLYf KY Ui armd if 4mWi