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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ft t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 28 1897 NO 41 VOL XXI CONTINUOUS ADVERTISING COMPELS ATTENTION it Sb ANY OLD TIME Â¬ Wilt Do to Get the Emergency Tariff Bill Through CONGRESSMAN HOLMAN DEAD The Noted Indiana State man Hiiecumbs to fiplnat Menldfcltlk WifliiiNOTOS April 23 William S FRANKFORT prico me to see him beat tho opponents out hya length Holmnn represcutatiro f rom tho Fourth Indiana district diod at Ids home here The Senatorial Struggle is Still at 200 yesterday nftoruoon nftor an On Â¬ jj- r IN DEARTH OF 9 DISCUSSION A Its Merits ami Demerits Seated landholder at the White House THE FINANCE COMMITTEE Ji w Special As was expected by experienced observers tlio outlook for an curly passaga of the tariff billon the sennto Is dally becoming mora No one of good infor Â¬ and more gloom mation now believes this rncasuro will poos tho upper branch beforo tbo middle of July and soino bolleva all of that month nnd a good part of August will have passed before tho Dlngley bill Is ready for tho sig Â¬ nature of President McKlnlcy The dolay Is duo not do much to design or Intrlguo on tho port of tho opposition as It Is to tho heaviness of the senate tho slow rate at which It moves nil Us wonders to perform the proncness to longdcbato upon any and every question and tho nbsonco of any rules which permit the majority to cut off While It debate nnd proceed to business Is truo that tho IVmocratlo senators want they do not dlsclosa nny full discussion intention to kill time But d full discus Blon In tho senate conducted In tho best uf faith Is ah utmost Interminable affair The beet friends of early action upon the tariff do not sco how they uro to get their bill through by the 1st of July the date which President MoElnloy long ago sot for Us passage Welcome at the White Home While was at tho White Eouso tho oth er day G cargo L Pullman tho rich sleeping car man camo In to pay his respects to tbo prosldent Sir Pullman despite his immense wealth1 nnd great power In the commercial world Is an unassuming pleasant gentleman a delightful compan- Â¬ ion and a good story toller Ho has boon it generous contributor to several of tho re- Â¬ cent campaign funds of the Republican party but I understand be rarely or never asks anything of tho administration At tho White Houso Mr Pullman ap Â¬ peared to know Mb way about verjj well Therowas not a door a ball or nook which ho wan unfamiliar with In explanation of this Mr Pullman said bo had had the hon Â¬ or of living at tho oxeoutlvo mansion for a week eomo 0 years ago when General Grantwos the master there It lfln coble old building eaid Mr Pullman and I hopo congress will never pull it down It should bo preserved as long as It will WASiUNOTOlf April 87 illness of some weeks Spinal menin gitis was tho cause Judgo Holmaas death was due primarily to a full ho unstained early this mouth as tho result DeBoe Has His Trials as Well as of an attack of vertigo Ho soon com- Â¬ plained of feeling badly and his condi- Â¬ Hunter tion grow steadily worse until last Tues rallied somewhat nnd day Then he tho improvement gavo his family en- Â¬ couragement in hoping for his recovory Tho rally however wns brief Menin- Â¬ TWO MEMBERS NOT IN LINE gitis developed and since then ho has boon rapidly sinking At tho deathbed wero gathered his four children Mrs R E Fletcher TV S Holhmu Jr Mrs Log Rollers Getting In Their Work Fred Harvey and Paul Holtnau all of this cit7- on ravorite Bills Â¬ There comes from Washington a slate that is said to be tho administrations Greeks Compelled to Rotroat Aftor that upsets tho calculations of tho faith- Â¬ a Six Hours Battlo ful who had expected to be rewarded being originals by McKinley for F ranis goes on in the Second as Josh TURKS ARE GAINING HEADWAY Powers urcessor and tho good old Dan Collier is to be turned down at Louis-Â¬ ville s Surveyor of the Port to young Soyeral Towns with Unpronounca- Harnett of Hartford That Is my infor- Â¬ ble Names Captured by the mation anu it comes straight as a bird could 11 V WERE REPULSED grams to unnersutnd tlio oxact position of affairs Following tho Greek dof cat ntLaris a London opinion is almost nnanlmons that tho cud is in sight and this viow is probably shared by lho powers as they aro already moving to intervene It is believed that intervention will first tnko tho form of a suggestion of mi AKlrJ5 POWDER SPEAKER BLANFORD READS RIOT ACT The Senates bill allowing the Auditor to pay the Secretary of State but MOO an- Â¬ nually is a good bill and It ha every prospect ol going throunh The bill for paying for horses that aro killed while suiFerlng with glanders has paBsed through both Houses There remains but three weeks more of the session II W J V Sultans Bravos ARE GREEKS FIGHTING HARD MATTINGLY Special Ky April 20 When I last wrote lo correspondence the News I felt sure that something would drop br fore the 1st of May and the string has been pulled for the fall Hunter did the only thing he could do withdraw from a race he was never in The vanquished has folded his tents and silently btole away to his Washington re- Â¬ treat where he is the lion of the hour in Kspnlilican circles The legacy he left behind to Sriiaior Dehoo who by somo unkind D mocrala is callfd the legisla has been declared legal by tive mihflt political law and it only remains for the jnint assembly Jo elect IXboe for it all to be oy r But Deboe has troubles of his own Two of his party wont bupport til or havent done so and if they do not then will come a second edition 01 How- Â¬ the long and tiicjoroe deadlock ever I suppose Liebrrth and Llnnoy the recalcitrant members will come around all right to day or to morrow aud elect Deboe A great pressure Is being brought to bear on tho two independents to get them to give in and bring success to their partys nominee The shades of Beck and McCreary will have convul- Â¬ sions when doctorly lawyerly Deboe of Crittenden goes to fill tht shoes of theso illustrious representatives of the people But Deboa is vastly better than Hunter He is honest and conservative These two qualities make him worthy if he possesses no other Fkankfout r a I Â¬ Â¬ stand t 4 - 4 fK I1M T UvV v- - 2 s compelled to do while awaiting his turn at the chief magistrate he will bo sure to see a good deal of human nature There Is tho ehy timid man who sits nwny back in tho corner and who is compelled to stay thero hour after hour while bolder men step up to tho front and gain their coveted few moments with Mr McKlnlcy There is his opposite too the forward rann who crowds in ahead of every ono else who talks In a loud vOico who fastens himself upon the president as if he were going to stay all jlavt and who generally manages to dlsgtist Instnly tho president hut every ono with Â¬ in viewOf hlfi operations It Is pretty safe to hazard a guces that the timid wan will in tho end make more headway in advanc Â¬ ing his causo than the other fellow It Is worth going miles to seo the ease and grace with which President McKlnlcy slides out from under the clutches of the too insistent nnd volublo visitor Practice has utado him perfect in that art Wlicnfa vis itor has spoken for a few moments tho president conclndcs ho has had enough Then ha grabs tho mans hand shakes It rays goodby nrd turns with n winning smile to tho next in line Tho funniest man Is tho one who whis Â¬ pers I saw such a visitor the other day Ho was from the south and his greatest object in llfo was to beat some other fel For low who wns an applicant for office five minutes ho had his mouth nt President McKlnlcys left oar and alt that time ho whispered in n niost Intense rapid and exLong before ho hud finished citable way or even reached a convenient breathing placa tho president reached out shook the mans hand and gave him his moil polite and yet vevy effectual conge Way of Preside nto A senator who goes often to tho White House tolls roo President MoKlnley has tho sweetest manners ever seen In that office I sometimes think be Is too sweet Tho trouble Is thnj he arid tho senator almost always leaves the Impression in tho jijlnd of a new man in politics that ho Is going ta get his coveted appointment President McKlnlcy never says ho will not appoint n man not to tho man himself He Is too anxious ta avoid hurting any ones feelings If ho havp any disagreeable news to Impart he will tell It ta tho sen Â¬ ator or representative who may bo taking en interest in the case not to the appli Â¬ cant President Harrison was not so careful Ho was as blunt a blunt could be 1 havo often heard General Harrison oy JP X cant appoint you If tbo man taken back by this frankness asked for an explanation he generally got It The nJilMit tid Vniul lilira fititit til ITo H IVtMUVMI iinu map tuifiHwu hmui few not paid his debts or be drank whls- or tho other thing k or ho did this that Oeneml Harrison believed in coming straight to tho point Mr Cloveland was that wsy too Jfq made no bones about sewing out with anything ho wanted to ay The result was that both made ene mies but oh bow hard It was to fool Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ If one takes up his station in the presi dents room for n half hour as ono is often Â¬ Tho remains escorted by a delegation of his colleagues in tho houso and a committee frdm tho senate will be sent to his late homo near Aurora Ind leaving this city nt 8 15 p m tomorrow afternoon via Baltimore and Ohio rail- Â¬ road Funeral services will be held Sunday at tho old homestead near Aurora and interment will bo mado in Riverside cemetery William Steele Hnlman would have passed tho threo qnnrtor century mark had ho lived until next September and his career is remarkable for the large proportion of his life that was given up to the service of the public No living man and few men dead have a record as he did of in terms in tho houso of represcntativca and in all 65 years of his life wns spent in some public capacity beginning with a judicial posi- Â¬ tion ui his native state and winding up in the house of representatives which ho first entered in tho Thirty fourth congress Mr Holmau was a great force in political affairs for many years and even of late when advancing age made it harder for him to meet the most sovoro domanda of his place ho was an honored and respected coon KOllpr in the Democratic party canousses Where his ripe wisdom and long political experience was freely availed of in shaping party policies As tho Watoh dog of the Treasury he was known to the American people and the policy of strict economy that ho consistently pur Â¬ sued when in chargo of the appropria- Â¬ tion bills has been followed so long that it has eomo to bo regarded as ono of tho party tenets in all tho congresses Mr Holmau was born in Indiana id the country at a little pioneer home steadln Dearborn couuty called Vencs tau Sept 0 1823 As ha wrote Ids autobiography for the congressional directory it is recorded that ho had a com mon school education supplemented by a two years coarse in Franklin college Indiana Then he taught sohool and practiced law until 184a when at the age of 21 years he entered the publio service as probato judgo He was pros- Â¬ ecuting attorney from 1817 to 1849 and in 1850 he nttended the constitutional convention The following year he en- Â¬ tered tho legislature and from 1853 to 1860 ho was judgo of tho common pleas court His congressional career began with tho Thirty sixth congress and out of the 20 congresses that havo elapsed slnco that time he has been absent from only four namely the Thirty ninth Forty fifth Forty sixth and Fifty fourth on almost unparalleled record Personally Mr Holman was of a most genial and approachable disposition Ho was entirely willing to listen to any person who called for his assistance and although often obliged by his sense of doty to resist the importunities of his colleagues in favor of some measure of vital interest ho always did so in such an impersonal manner as to toko away largelv tho sting of his refusal In fact it was ono of tho strong points of Mr Holmau that in his long con Kressional career ho refrained entirely from personalities and consequently ho had f qw personal enemies Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ noui 111 Sunthine baa come at last John Wood Is on the sick list Farmers aro busy planting corn Miss Alice Bricky spent Sunday even- Â¬ ing with Mies Ida Frank Several of Mr Reardons family are down with the menses C D Pate is having a new coat of paint put oil his house Will Wood is doing tho work Master Aramet Pate Jollys Station is visiting his grand parents Mr and Mrs O B Pate this place There has been a Sunday School orga ilz id at Pisgah church Tney meet every bunday at 3 oclock p m Deputy Sheriff Payne Cloverport was through this community lset week open ibg the ejes of some of the tax payeis Ben Mattlngly Jr 1a suff rlng intense- Â¬ He went ly with a felon on his finger to Cloverport Saturday to have it operat- Â¬ ed on Co are building what S O Frank they call a Hydraulic Anti baloon with which they think they can rescue the The loK rollhg for favorite bills has begun in both Houses and the members are D sieged by every man who wants to see a pel uieabure get to the Governor This will bd k pt up until the poor lazy are worn out with the Hut the ptBta of business legislation Solona havo nobody but themselves to blame for if the work had been kept up to the calendar there would have been no need for thu present push and j im e V airship Balltown was on a boom last week Tne contagious blood of 8 ime ol our best citizjns would have run the mercury up to a remarkable point had it been tested but fortunately no damage was done starving to 40000 people in Ohlcag death la this the confidental restora bitnltalllBt tion the international high tariff sound money Bo6sHanna McKinley and Republicans promised us or is it a representation of Bro Clevelands management BEWLEYVILLE G P Paul was in Louisville several days last week Arthur Walker returned to the city Tuesday Moorman Hardaway was one to take atrip to the city last week also Will Jolly has a nice new coat of paint on his house Bewleyvlllo Bay Viewers nttended the circle meeting at Irvlngton Friday even- Â¬ ing Remember G E Drury always pays the highest price for produce F M Russell who was to sing here Saturday was detained at home but will be on hands In the near future Young men call aryl let us show you our line of summer hats shoes and pants To the ladles let us show you oar line of dress goods belts and half oboes in all the latest colore G Drury Mrs R N Miller HardloBburg yisited her sister Mrs Piggott several days last f It Iibs been mighty hard to get the turnpike raiders bill considered fn either Notwithstanding the lact that House it was one of the fits matters or iered to the attention of the members It was again passed Saturday until this week when it will doubtless be buffeted about for a lew hours Jn debate and put in the orders of the day Tue Senate substitute for the House bill allowing assistance for the Court of Appeals was passed yes- terday and Is ready for the Governors signature It allows 0000 a year for clerks etc e White tried to adjourn the H0U89 Saturday to next Thursday but fortunately there were members who did not want to loiter that much The speak- Â¬ er of the House read the riot act to the members the other morning about their time killing cheese paring methods He told them the people of the State wero disgusted and refused to allow an ad Â¬ journment motion considered after the joint BtBsioa It la probable that a little work will hei after be done in the after Â¬ noons but heretofore nothing but loafing has been thought of Chas The Senate hai passed the bill allow Â¬ ing Interest on all warrants from date of itsue befote the General Assembly This will help out many a warraut holder who had beeu sweating blood over not draw- Â¬ The bill for borrowing ing interest money to meet the prtsant deficit his been reported and is ready for action iu the Senate but looks as if that body was not at all anxious to provide a remedy or our pns ut financial straits It is the one tiling needful to the States wel Â¬ fare aud good tame with creditors who are tired of holding vrorthleBrfwvirrants week Athens April 2u The Turks at noon Saturday strongly attacked Mati which was defended by General Mastaphos brigade Aftor six hoars fighting a council of war presided over by the crown prince decided to order tho reÂ¬ turn of the Greek forces from Tyrnavos The retreat was effected in good order About 8 oclock Saturday aftornoon tho officials in charge of tho telegraph ofllco at Larissa observing a cloud of dust raised by tho advancing cavalry of the Turks asked leave to dynamito tho office Ho was directed to leave it Since that timo tho Larissa ofllco has mado no rcspouso to calls from Athens A dispatch from Rovcui says that Edhem Pasha on learning that the Greeks had hep 11 ordered to fall back endeavored to deliver a crushing blow with considerable forco which had been resting Jit hours and succeeded in breaking through the Greek linos in several places Princo Constantino tho Cretan prince of tho Greek nnd commander-in-chie- f forces iii Thessaly and his staff have reached Pharsalosis whoro tho Greek troops are boing gathered together Larissa has boon completely evacuated by the Greoks who spiked their guns in position and carried away all of tho movable cannon and ammunitions of war Naturally all sorts of reasons aro advanced to explain why tho Greeks retreated tho moro candid admitting that tho Turks wero too strong It is also pointed ont that tho Turkish cavalry did much to turn the scnlo iu favor of Edhem Pasha Tho Greek government has decided to persovere in tho strugglo and to re- Â¬ sist tho further advance of the enomy with greater energy than has hitherto been displayed It is officially declared that tho new linp of defonso is far Btronger than tho frontier where tho Turks gained their advautngo in conso quenco of tho superiority of their positions A dispatch from rta reports that tho Greeks havo captured Plaka Another dispatch says that Plaka and Pentepl gadia havo been occupied by tho Greoks after being abandoned by the Turks who hnvo also abandoned Kalctzla Colonel Manos in forco has advauceU beyond Pentepigadin en routo to Janina It is reported at Arta that a rising has occurred in tho inerior of Epirus Colonel Coumaudouros with a bat- Â¬ talion of 1200 engaged 2600 Turks at 6 80 p m Saturday on tho plain in front of Peulepigadia Tho battle lasted until 7 80 in tho evening The result is not yet known here though it is under- Â¬ stood that tho Greeks lost 150 killed and Colonel Coumaudouros had wounded no artillery Colonel Mano3 has returned to Arta with tho Third division The Second brigade uudor Colonel Bozarcs is 20 Its forward kilometers from Arta movent is reported interrupted A report has reached xhoro that a Turkish force of 12000 having pushed its way through the passes at Viodom droa Annlipsis Nozoros and Rapsani has descended on Derili Tho Greeks havo retreated to Makrychorf It would appear however that the position at Revenl itself and Boughasi is unaltered Tho Greeks as a result of the orders of Crown Prince Constnhtiue stopped just short of seizing Damasi King George means to go to tho front and to mako a decided stand nt Pharsala which was the lino of defense advised by General Vosseur and somo mombors of Ids stuff from tho very beginning Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RUNd0WN BY CARSr H PrrraBunQ April 26 The traction ronds are responsible for three deaths in Early in the this city yesterday morning John R McKelvy aged 27 sou of John H McKelvy late president of the white lead trast was killed by a Coiisilidated traction car on Forbes street near Pride It is supposed McKelvy in crossing the street mis Â¬ calculated tho distauoo or the speed of tho cor and wus run dowti He was dragged 200 feet and Was horribly Mangled There boing no jock screws on the car it was nearly 110 minutes be- Â¬ fore the victim could bo released Mr McKelvy waw manngcr of the Arm Â¬ tkewl strong At MoKelvy Lead nnd Oil com A Moit August Committee The It publicans who have been Bit Â¬ Tho flnunoe committee of the senate has puny and wn prominent in business ting in fear and trembling over the re Â¬ been hard nt work for soma weeks on the circles port that thy pie belonging to Kentucky In the afternoon tariff bill Tho committee- has had rooms Wachterwas driving wldlo Christian at the Arlington hotel the saipa apart Â¬ enue with his wlfu amiout Second av Â¬ would not Ira cut add distributed before Â¬ two children next year can compose their souls in pa ments In which Jndge Qrcsharo lived and died Hero the committee sits till late his horse becamo frightened and jumped tience and disabuse their minds The avery night poring aver the figures and la front of a traction car at Oreeutfela pastry Is coming and coming promptly atenao Tho car struck tho vehicle adjuetlng the rates acoordlng to their Idea Areuad the doors or out in tho lobby of with terriflo force Mrs Wachter Mid As soon as a Senator is elected tho ap babewero killed almost poiutment of Keutackians will begin her tkW hotel wy to seen at npy time a great of wH to do men dullness mw and Instantly whll the husband and tin aid the rascal two will be turned out not owl ct ker child ww lHJrd qteBUfaeturevf aaa lawyers waiting 4 rapidly m possible I think Dobo th committee ohnee aisome Himber of will b uUewd ta tky orty Thursday go fat but llttto ta known to the pe IHham Met Weeea jtsdlngs of tho oomniIMM Kven wnatow aayMw ThH the tlieaoBie wait will FauxKveerr K April M TJw mbljr iwiiia fad It almost lmpolbl fa gain aey in paUfeauhi of the ood to ta abet tawir uaoous swsbjiw Or W Md 1 formation ftfcca a stranger goes Dr Henry Dairy loft to Texas Utt mm steak id the hotel mMsw an asks to mm TUi U mmk Mtiel tali up hew Twsiday ejattf AUriek a Beaaio AKleaa b 1 Bake m VaUA SUtaa lUpnaMtaMva Ufath by 4e ritow U s0msA eferk tails I ollollo aoMBgtM Dpaowas Qm bear alots tiUwga aal jRe ara la avanr way MKMPMt The M starts off glad to be rafoaad toisjwwor ta w aad tatttV RMtanbas vewthy of tb patronage d Uta yaaag Moortatii taw paabosr UFmul od Udufc tal4 about Nteaoh good lank hut he uaver1 get fajr Itaiy body aeariy gre that k aw fist thoJc the door uf the oauilulttea roam by nrqvwtad a yaBWfa Billy Birch the old tbna amloataJ GeUBlUt Kou k taf bla party to doa enough bard Jfa cast of all toe Kveetae U not niore ex rloka with paralyeU Sunday aight daoarve the Appellate chirk aowlnajioa aleilva v swludcd than tmm gfataatoea mt the taaape eofuwrteat iW have nrkUa atteuug a tuaaUag of aa Btkt Ha bat a etrofig following among many far tejr GwmoioM taatffto JfPiPJlfVVfiakfilli J waj stsBore yP JP wtewr-it film mm V The ritUlmrB Traction Road IWijiontble Ftr Three Deaths V - oly bt ftiil The farming element of our com- Â¬ munity nnver was busier than at present Many are just in the midst of jilowlng for corn very little corn has been planted Mrs Martha Wolverton who died Saturday night will be buried near here this morning Monday at 0 oclock We now have the most complete and the nicest stock of goods that hsa been in this town for five years Give me a call aud I will convince you My prices are the lowest G E Diury Prof Pate vlsltedbls parent at Har dlnsburg Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs A16pzo Bennett attended the burial of Mr Griffia Djwell Mrs Benuetts father Friday Young ladles you should call and examine G E Drurys line of slipper Mlsa Lucy Olarkson will leave Boon for Paducah to engage In missionary work Just received a complete llneof the latent novelties of Bpriug and summer suitings and pautlngs from the old and reliable Globe Tailoring Co tailors to the trade Louisville Ky Npw is the time to order while stock is complete Suits to measure 121 and up Pants to tneaaure 300 and up G E Drury Our Womans Missionary Society met la the M E church Wednesday laat p ha Attaauevce slim collection extra THE BATTLE KEPT UP The rialn of Theualy rreent a Lurid Spectacle of Horning llullilliif News has Milouka April 20 reached hero that tho Greeks havo evac Tho Turks captured nated Kritlri threo Greek villager Saturday evening after a spirited attack under cover of artillery For a greater part of Friday a severe artillery duel was maintained the Turkish fire being woll directed aud tho reply of tho Greeks onorgotio to begin with but finally becoming feeble The plain of Thessaly presents a lurid spectacle Through a heavy cloud of smoko the flames of many burning houses aro visible Theso havo been fired in order to reudor certain military positions more socare Tho Turks aro comfortably installed mi tho Greek Teutsin plain Ono can now hear a sustained firing front the direction of Skompa NEW8 FROM 8ALONICA Sixteen llattaltoai orTurUlh Troop Will Concentrate There JbUo Osman Pasha arrived here Saturday evening and was received with great enthusiasm ne went forward at once to tho scene of conflict It has been decided to concentrate hero a Turkish resorvo division of six teon battalions Eleven have already arrived During the Greek bombardmout of Leftokarya a shop belonging to a British abject was dwtroyod The cohmIs have met to consider what atef sIkwW be taken Salonica April 20 XTIm WAR LAST WEEK OF TH Am AUeaey afertwtf ta la- ftehw tn WmWJ m wi Ma April m Wbat ttfcalykobetaa hat vraak 0 Ua war iMMbaaa aasevad bpou U if Aifltoalt ran tba u tfti a mwtatar- - ttie- - armistice to which tho combatants would no dOubt ngroo For tho past 24 aCflfiMTCl hours tho British foreign office has boon incloso communication with tho other members of tho European concert Great Britain suggesting that tho timo has now arrived for them to act The French German and Italian governments have already responded offering to agree though tho German govern- Â¬ ment adds ns a condition that It will bo Absolutely Pure necessary to enact a plcdgo from Greece Celebrated for hi grrat and to oboy the mnndato of Europo when heahhfuloess Auures theleaveninfr strength and food against alum all formi of adulteration oommon to the cheap brand this mandate is again given ROYAL BAKING fOWDEX CO NIW YotK The British foreign ofllco belioves that Grecco will give this pledgo as the disasters which havo overtaken her havo demonstrated that Turkey still possesses CONDENSED NEWS a formidable fighting machino a fact which must havo a sobering effect upon A Collection of Interesting- - Item on Tarl the popular demand for war at Athens ou Subject Kpeclallr Prepared Tor and which will permit tho Greek nation to climb down without disgrace after a the Hasty Header superb vindication of tho personal cour Â¬ Two thousand and eighty emigrants arÂ¬ age of the Greek troops aud a gratify Â¬ rived at Kills Island Saturday ing demonstration of Hellenic patriot- Â¬ Socn thousand five hundred elks starved to death at Jacksons Hole during ism If the Greoks listen to reason and arÂ¬ the past winter Tho president and three other officials guments pressed at Athens nnd Russia at Constantinople it is not improbable of the National Capital Life association of ill bo reached early Washington we 0 Indicted in Chicago that a decision Saturday for fraudulent use of the mall this week Aloxandor Allen the missing stock NOT DISCOURAGED merchant from 8alyersvlllo Ky hat been Prince Vr nllnnnit of llulgrirla I Prepar- - heard from Ho is in an a lylum in San Francisco Ho claims that ho has no In For War recollection of how le got there Beiimn April 20 Tho visit of Andy R Shidaker a Princo Ferdinand of Bulgaria to Borlin living near Sllgo O Invested farmer 100 in was an event of moro than ordinary im counterfeit money and on finding he hiul portan e Tho princes andienco with been swindled reported the caso to the the emperor was not satisfactory His authorities who are looking for John H majesty strongly dissuaded tho prince Ryan and C C May f Tho Evansvllle Holler Flour Milling from engaging in warlike enterprises and plainly warned him of tho uuploas company of Kvansvllle Ind mado an as signment to Paul Dokress for tho benefit ant consequences Liabilities Princo Ferdinand howovcr was ap of creditors Inability to aud asset are 10 O00 mako collections parently not discouraged for ho ontered about cause of the failure into negotiations with Berlin financiers li tho William O Lewis a dairyman living for raising a Bulgarian loan nnd also entered into negotiations with tho near tho outskirts of Hyden Ky became daughter Kruppj for a supply of quick firing nnd enraged becauso hts Minnie droptel a bucket of milk and heavy guns beat hor so unmercifully that it is thought DIPLOMACY SULTANS she can not n o vor Lewis was arrested The Threatened Trouble With Itulgarla and placed lu Jail Tho American Strawboard company is and ServU Warded On its stores at Cin Constantinople April 20 It is said negotiating the sale ofBoston clnnat Philadelphia and Now hero that the sultan has promised the York The company expocts to got 250 Bulgarian diplomatic agent to graut 031 to 1350 000 for the properties and this will be enough to pay tho entire floating threo berats warrants for tlio appoint of the ment of Bulgarian bishops in Macedonia debt largo company A number of tramps as soon as tho war with Groeco is over troublesome and Insulting at became so Bourbon Tho Servian minister has also secured Ind that a posso was formed and armed imperiul irades replacing tho Greek themselves with mlssllos and stones and metropolitan Ambrosins at TJskub by pelted thorn out of town A number ou aSorvian andgrnuting tho privilege both sides wero very seriously lnjuitd j of oponingnuineroas Servian schools in but the tramps all escaped alive J R Htidley city attorney of Gas City the vilayets of Monastir and Salonica Ind deputy prosecuting attorney of Greek Fleet lombnrlnj Mleopnlla Grant county Indiana and prominent in London April 20 Tho Morning church social and business circles is sup-Â¬ Pasts correspondent at Arta says that posed to have elthor fallen a victim to Chicago tbo Greek fleet is bombarding Nicopolis cldo Mrthugs or to have committed cul two hours sail from Provesa Ho said home slucoIladley had bean missing from 16 The lost hoard of I deeply regret to say that Clement him ho win March in Cblcrgj Harris the English volunteer and son Crimes and Casualties of Admiral Harris was killed at Pen tepigadia Joab Thompson a prominent manu facturer of Meutono Ind fell from a TWO IMPORTANT NOMINATIONS train near Bourbon Ind and was in Judge Day and llellamjr Storer of Ohio stoutly killed Provided Tor Allco Robinson a professional femalo President athlete from Pittsburg was murdired by Washinoton April 21 McKinley has decided to nominate hor Jealous husband at the Hotel Grand William R Day of Canton O to bo In Kast Live pool O Saturday night Robinson first assistant secretary of state aud ex accidental claims that the shooting was Representative Bellamy Storer of CinThe body of Daniel cinnati to be minister to Belgium O was fouud at the Smith of Dyesvllle bottom of a Theso nominations were to have been shaft at Daloton O It is evldont mining that he sent to the senate yesterday but owing had becomo bewildered and climbed over to that bodys adjournment over until the gates surrounding the shaft suppos Â¬ Monday will not go in until next week ing It a fence At Lexington Ky Bud Harris a ne Tho filling of tho ofllco of first assistant to Secretary Sherman ends a vexatious gro porter fired five shots at Georgo problem that has bothered tho president Smith a colored lad frcm Lawronceburg considerably Mr Storer was slated Ind Physicians pronounce his wound originally for this appointment but tho fatal Harris escaped The men hod nomination wns opposed strenuously by trouble over a 10 ojnt debt Souutor Foraker who protested against Ida tho 0 year old daughter of Mr and it on personal grounds Mrs Joseph Cochran of Long Run W w ho will bo named to Judge Day Vo caught fire from a burning brush succeed Mr Rockhlll as first assistant heap and was burned to death and Mr secretary of state is said to bo a fine Ccchrau was ptobably fatally burned lawyer anu ma name lias been menwhile trying to saro the little ones life j tioned frequently for solicitor geuoral Wakoman Hnynos LIzzlo Hudson He aud the presi lent are on closo terms uncle and niece aed and 10 respective Â¬ 3 and of intimacy aud at tho personal re- Â¬ ly who eloped together from Loralne quest of tho president ho recently be Â¬ Ills last Sunday a week ago wero found gan aa inquiry into tho facts as to tho dead looked in each others embrace in death of Dr Ruiz an American dentist Â¬ a pasture lot two miles from Loralne in a Spanish prison preliminary to a urday They had taken irrlchnlno Satvisit to Cuba whero ho was to attend Christina the in a legal capacity the investigation by ter of Louis Fischer of 5 year old daugh Indianapolis Ind tho Spanish authorities of allegations was burned Fischer to death Saturday evening that Dr Ruiz was murdered Tho Beloctiou of Judgo Day to be first She with several other children was assistant secretary of stato overturns playing with matches in a shed and they tho tho plan of tho president to send him to Ectflroto wus shed Tho others escaped unable to got out and was Cuba It would be without precedent but sho to death for such an official as tlio first assistant burned secretary to go to another country to prosccuto a case when later on he THE JVTARKETS might havo to engage in diplomatio no Rotintious with that sumo country on Ilevlcw of Grain and Livestock Market other subjects At any rate the con Vor April 80 viotion that tho pursuit of the original Cincinnati Tobacco Market mission by Judgo Day would impair his Hhdi usofuluesd in tho future as an official of Offering for the week 17U the Btato department has led to tho New 117a cancellation of tho order to go to Cuba Old eta Whether any one will bo appointed to Rejeo ions for tho week 511 Up the work of special counsel s le for the week take Aoual Ifc8l TU5 laid down by tho judge cau not he HoolpM fortbevtoek The lu7u hds now offered averaged learned bnt it is intlinatod that Consul 3 8po lOJlbt ugoinst I3U1 for 1161 hhd General Leo is anxious to bo relieved of tho previous week for his ofllco uud any qhango there proba- Â¬ the corre Dordtng and HV81890 1101 hhdi week in bly would make moro pronounced tho Tho oi3 nnd old offered averaged need of legal assistance in watching tho per 100 lbs against It 61 for 73J hhdaIs7 the Ruiz case weok preceding nnd I5C3 tor 7U hhdJ Bellamy Storer is a native of Cincin the soiuo weok a year ago nati where ho wus born iu 1847 and 1 lltLuurg has lived siuco his graduation from Har Â¬ Hi Cattle Prime ii 1UQ3 cows feeders vard in 1807 Ho is a practicing attorÂ¬ B 76 t 40 bulls tags aud aiaJej ney aud was first olected to tho Fifty U 76 Hogs Prime light We4ial congress sorviug on the foreign heavy ft 13 U0 oommon lufalrM 7 second 4 Wj food affairs committee aud takiug a promi- Â¬ 613 40 tihoop Kxtro li 16 oommon J nent part iu debates on diplomatio ques M 8itft W 043 40 vwU 10M eholoo oaJvei tions and also on iutorstato commerce lumb i legislative problems Tho peat he will 4 J ChtelSSSs got is ouo which waa sought by Whoat Cat CWa7Ko Mr ta Aldrlch of Chicago tlo8ol60txl hurajeaei 4 Weil Mi aommoR He medium 8 Old Xnretoye TI cV S huuVMMw Wted Jackson O April M A man who 8 1 10 Hog aaekhg aad prluw oom nena H tfcejj 9K t4Jri gave His name m Smith iwiadted a JO roaa m la Saaee a CM i number of Jaoksou merchant oh the Uleviw B TeW 7 old Hvoth eateu envelope brick Ha tihtaece wautedcoiH chaagvd for a SB bill He Jleas SwVMtwi taMaate M MM Jft placed the Mil iu an envelope aa Mwi WW4lllt CfeHts N4Mataaa 00 mor Mia a MM ta4i tuaoovareu aa uaa only mw mm want after the caaiur givtagi fcaa I Iamb M OQfra W uarehaat tnaaavvlopaVikacp ualW atamai fha envelope ha ga iha lawahawt contaJBaa ablajtk ftOM of Â¬ woll-to-do Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ 8f N0I 99o iH Tj ti vimrFmt Breckenridge Jb D v17 1 pwwiwwi THm w w utiinwmiMxw nmoxcmKRmo3Bi Nmwa oikCvhhpo f rl y I ii JI t hv - - - News Ftptit 1897 7 0 EHg Edllon ind THE CRETAN WAR How It Was Finally Brought About and By Whom WEDNESDAY AlML 28 To Cook Mutton and Lamb Tlio ileob of mutton should be a bright rod color the fat firm and white Bays Mrs S T Korer in her cooking lesson in the April Ladies Home Journal Select for boiling a leg or shoulder for roast Ing or baking a loin or saddle for broil- Â¬ ing the rack cut into French chops loin chops may also be used for stowing tEe neck oi upper part of the rack and for broth or soup the nock and feet or head lo boil a leg of mutton wipe it carefully with a damp cloth Dust a piece of cheesecloth thickly with flour roll the leg in it tie place it in a kettle of boll ing water and boil rapidly for Ave min Â¬ utes Then push the kettle on the back part of the stove whero the water will be kept at a temperature ol 200 Fahren Â¬ heit cooking twenty minutes to each pound When done remove the cloth dish the mutton and servo with it caper sauce Lamb like mutton should be a bright red color with whjte fat it is best when two months old While mutton is much better if hung lamb should be used within three days after killing The better way of cooking Is to roast or bake it and the forequarter is the choice portion Wipe it with a damp towel place it in a baking pan dust it lightly with pepper Put a cup of water with a teaspoonful of salt dissolved in the bottom of the pan and placo tho whole in a very quick oven In a few moments the water will have evaporated and the bottom of the pan will be covered with dripping Baste with this every ten minutes baking fifteen minutes to each pound keeping the oven medium hot from beginning to end Serve with it mint sauce Â¬ Â¬ SIMPLE STATEMENT OF FACTS The Armies tho Commanders and tho Seat of War Tho immediate causo of Jlio war be tween Greece nnd Turkey according to tho claims of tho iorte Is duo to the action of tho Greek lrrculnrs in ponetrntlnR Mace donia nnd attacking various minor Turk ish posts responsibility for which the Tho latter on Creole gorornmont avows tho other hand lays tho onus on tho Turks who advanced Into Thcssaly This result ed in n sharp conflict between bodies of the regular troops at tho town of Ncioros which lies immediately undor tho shadow of Mount Olympus tho fabled homo of the greater gods of the ancient Greeks Tho U rock who must bo considered tho nggrcmlvo party soy they sent troops to tho island of Crete to oppose tho Turks bo causo tho latter wcro massacring tho Christians A further causo for tho belligerency is their lmpntlenoo bocausa tho reforms imposed upon Turkey by tho groat powers havo not been put into elocution But it is necessary to go hack much farther to understand tho primary causo Crcto wni tho of this great eastern crisis last of tho Turkish conquests in Europe having boon captured from tho Venetians after a despcrato struggle Llko Ireland Crcto was Imperfectly conquered at tho beginning and tho Homo of discord has been kept allvo in tho island owing to tho exlstcnco of a large minority difforlng in creed from tho bulk of tho population and long maintained in a prlviloged position by tho ruling power A disturbing Influence was also exercised from without for tho Greeks of tho mainland havo nlways fostered tho revolutionary element among Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bottled Up tient to find that the treatment he Is given for a disease is more disastrous than the disease itself Such is the case however with the usual treatment given for diseases of the blood Notwithstanding the great progress made in many branches of medicine Greeks however havo tlo best reason to look for cfllclcnt help from tholr large body of irregulars which havo boon pour ing into Macedonia and Eplrus From this source tho tldo of uprising against Turk ish rulo promlees to swell into n groat vol ume Othor elements that favor tho Greeks oro tho facts that tho lighting will bo in Hollcnlo territory which tho Greeks know thoroughly and tho wholo of tho nation is on flro with passionato enthusiasm All that tho great powors can do Just at present is to look on and local I zo the conflict as far as It Is possible But the Issuo is not merely between Turkey nnd Grcoco nor tho question merely tho go v ernment of Crete A war bctwocn Turkey all of whose traditions aro despotism and Greece nil of whoso traditions aro liberty may easily involvo beforo it bo completed 11 Europo in a war between absolutism and democracy It may result In an upris ing throughout Eurorountll overy govern ment cast of Russia is revolutionized and mako liberalism dominant from tho Mediterranean to tho Baltic Tho accompanying map gives a good their brethren Shortly after tho Turkish conquests a general idea of tho country in tho nolgii largo number of tho Crook inhabitants borhood of tlio Greek Turkish frontier through one rnuso or another It may whero tho hostllo armies confront ono nn It is extended south to show the havo been compulsion or possibly it was other fear and self interest embraced tho creed geographical relations of Athens nnd tho of Islam and of course thus effectually present region of conflict The frontier dissolved all tics of blood languago nnd extends from tho Ionian sea at tho gulf of tradition Today the Mussulman Greek Arta on the west to tho gulf of Salonika of Crcto is to all intents and purposes a near Mount Olympus tho fabled homo of Turk and is so regarded by his Christian tho old Greek deities on tho east In moi ing tho Greek troops to the north kinsmen Crete howover played an lm- thev woro embarked c shloboard at the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ with trio exception or t tow part wniok arc held by tlio fleets of thp powors Tho Inhabitants of Crete both Chris tians and Mussulmans seem tonpprove of tho annexation and thoro is reason to boll evo that even tlio porta Itself would not strenuously object to It But Russia and Germany havo done all In tholr power to prevent It Tho alternative offered Is a measure of autonomy At tho bcglnqlrig of tho roar that would probably havo boon accepted Now It is regarded with suspi cion as n moro ruso of tho powers to throw Crcto book undor unrestrained Turkish rule The Turkish commander is ono Edham n Pasha Ho saw service In the war as colonel and brigade commander but he has hod no experience in the leadership of a largo army Prince Con stantino tho commander of tho Grook army has a military training which is pure ly that of tho academy and drill ground and there fecoms to be no general undor him who has had n different experience In numbers tho Turkish array of advanco is far larger than tho Greek forces and thcro is reason to expect that tho lattor may get tho worst of It lit tho outset Tho Â¬ Turoo-Ijtus-slaÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MMmfflzm sbksssSe - B F BEARD DILLON HARDINSBURG KY M CO The tarpst Agricultural Implement House IN BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY We handle everything and anything in the way of a Farm Implement a Earmer needs and at the verj Lowest Prices I ft s DISC HARROWS r jqibjsHT SSJBJSSHSjnsr AND CULTIVATORS We nrc So e igent in Brcckcrtridge Coutjly for th Improved Tornado Disc Harrow and tile devolution Disc CultiÂ¬ r vator two implements that every pio yssffff tMMw kvv rfsnAiv hht grcMve fiirmershotld have They put the ground in Thorough Order pulverizing it cutttnj the corn stalks nnd turning under nil kinds of trnli They are mtde of Iron and Pteel throughout s rng anil litirnble mw KS3K5 iv m n iw vm iiwh simple of construction and easy of opgration The price- is reasonable wsm Come and sceihem they a c great labor fnverr BLOUNT and OLIVER CHILLED tfii PLOWS Â¬ It certainly is disheartening to a pa Â¬ A LB A rm A I iu ck MACEDONA nr ik Â¬ r o 7 mx i jcrr v3 A Guaranteed to be the best running best constructed and strongest Clvlled Pi vs ever made Full line of Urie Clipper add medium priced Steel Plows at Rock bottom prices tiie doctors have failed absolutely to find a successful treatment for blood poison and the many diseases having their origin in the blood They give but one kind of medicine they know but one treatment and whether in the form of powder pill or liquid the doctors prescription is always the same potash or mercury Too much cannot be said of the harm- Â¬ ful and disastrous cilectsof these drugs The doctors arc unable to rid the sys- Â¬ tem of the poison and direct their efforts toward covering up tho symp- Â¬ toms from view There is but one ef-Â¬ fect to be obtained from potash and mercury they bottle up the poison and dry it up in the system but it must be remembered that they dry up the marrow in the bones at the same time gradually consuming the vital- Â¬ ity Those disfiguring copper colored splotches are but indications of worse results to follow No Booncr has the system taken on the full effects of this powerful drug than that Suppleness and elasticity of the joints gives way to a stiffness followed by the racking pains of rheumatism The form grad- - c i i m1t iumzr4n a A -- j Jli70V tHAlf thVv v rvti5i j L - AeCCAAf iiwiiM SSA DOUBLE SHOVELS A full line plows Can save you big money on these Get our pi ices 29u X fltf mum li v Alio J -i w -- N 1 f7 ot i Si v r hiy Au UJL v F i JsXs J f 1 ta rV A Om A Good CORN sd SEED DRILL u Wheel Is r G the J ARSOtli h Â¬ comttm MAP OF THE BEAT OF WAR sis Life of a Wagon Combined Drill on the market Plants corn and various kinds of Fertilizers successfully Can be regulated to drill the any desired quantity Guafan Thej are low in price up in quality teed to give satisfaction If you want a drill we are the pcplefhat can save you money IPOTASHf MERcuiy ually bends the bones ache while de- Â¬ crepitude and helplessness prema- Â¬ turely take possession of thp body step from vigor and health to a pair of crutches With this wreck of the system often comes falling of the hair and eyebrows loss of finger nails and decay of the bones a condition most horrible This is no overdrawn picture for the world to day is full of these hobbling mercurial wrecks Contagious Blood lolson is the most horrible of all diseases and has been appropriately called the curse of man Â¬ kind Until the discovery of S S 8 it was incurable It has always baf- Â¬ fled the doctors and it is in this dis Â¬ ease that the evils of mercury and potash are most common because these drugs arc given in such large doses in an effort to counteract the poison While they succeed in bottling up tiie poison in the system it always breaks forth again attacking some delicate organ frequently the mouth and throat filling thein with eating sores S 8 8 is the only known cure for this terrible disease It is the same in other diseases of the blood Scrofula Eczema Cancer Rheumutiam all arc given the same treatment by the physicians mercury and potash and the result as above set forth is always the same Wtf offer a remedy purely vegetable powerful in its effect yet harmless in every way For fifty years 8 8 S has been curing blood diseases from the most violent to the mildest case It is after all other treatment failed guaranteed purely vegetable and one thousand dollars reword is offered for to the It Is a real Sroof remedy contrary blood troubles for real and neyer falls to euro Contagious Â¬ Blood Poison Scrofula Eczema Rheu matism Cancer or any other diseaseÂ¬ of the blood If you have a blood dis ease take a remedy which will not Injure you Beware of mercury dont do violence to your system Dont get I Under this treatment it Is but a short bottled up Our books on blood and akin dis Â¬ eases wilt be mailed f rc to any ad tress Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga porta nt part in tho Greek war of inde- Â¬ T rrrs nna nnca rirrcus tho port pendence and it would hao been mado a down to tho part of tlio new Hellenic kingdom if the and then gulf of toEglnaportthoJKgcansoa of Bolos also tho north European powers had kept their hands off port is connected known ns Volo but they insisted in forcing Croto back un with Larlsa by railThis a fow hours after and dor tho Turkish rulo and encouraging landing tho troops Turkoy to retake it After a Insurrection present headquarters wcro In Larlssa tho of tho Greek army at which lasted over thrco years and which tho front Tho Turkish city of Salonika cost tho Turkish and Egyptian treasuries tho Turk Â¬ gathering liccn some 30000000 a schemo of reform has forces thoSalonika Is point ofhead of tho at tho organlo statute was ish known as tho gulf of Salonika 05 miles northeast of tho drawn up This mcasuro appeared to con In Macedonia Elassona cede n largo amount of self government to town of Elassona is tho headquarters of tho Turkish forces tho island It gavo it a legislative assem Tho Turkish troops have bly and Judicial system of Its own The In Macedonia other points along Utter however was merely a raookcry reached this tovn andfront by two routes and tho former was reduced to Impotence tho Turkish military gono west by rail to by being forbidden even to discuss any A part of them have Vcrrla from Salonika and then marched matter which had not previously received south to Elassona a distance of 46 milts tho sanction of tho government For somo weeks tho Turks havo had a Thus tho organlo statute proved a failvery consldorablo army posted all along ure and tho island becamo as discontent Elassona to ed as ever Another Insurrection occurred tho frontier from tho gulf of Janina with Aria Tho other forces op in 1878 and in tho fall of that year Greeks havo also spread a part of tho through tho mediation of England a com- Â¬ troops they concontrated at Larlssa along pact was drawn up which retained the pcneral system of tho organlo statute hut tho frontier from Nezcros south of Mount Olympus to tho western bordor of Thes provided for its moro practical application saly At Greyena in Macedonia tho Turks This was not satisfactory to tlio Cretans Inhowover nnd thoy soon divided into two havo had an entlro division including fantry cavalry and artillery under the parties Intrlguo followed Intrigue and command of Hakkl Pnsho the Greek In only ono man has had tho courage to hold surgents pushed northward nearly to Grov tho ofllco of clll rovcrjior for n full torm ena beforo they wcro beaten back All tho others wero driven to resign It Tho most of Thcssuly is a vast plain A crisis enmo in 1880 Tho governor ranges of hills In no other part of considered it to bo his constitutional duty with Grceco could troops bo so easily maneu Â¬ to bestow n certain number of appoint vered over so largo a territory Macedonia ments nn tho Liberals nnd tho Conserva and Albania on the Turkish sldo of the tives thcroupon took up arms and with contrary oro exceedingly drow to tho mountains Then tho half dor Â¬ border on tho As compared with Thes mant fanaticism of tlio pooplo becamo mountainous havo in tholr frontier ter Â¬ saly tho Turks aroused and tho Island was again plunged numbor Into civil war In tho spaco of a few ritory a far greaterdifficult to of strateglo months about 100 Christians and Mussul Â¬ points that aro not with all defend this territory Tho main difficulty mans worn murdered Nino thousand a mili- Â¬ dwelling houses 163 sohools 67 mosquos on both sides of tho Isborder from laok of vlow entlro and 14 churches wcro burned Property to tary point of Many of tho roads affording tho tho amount of hundreds of thousands of good roads aro mere brldlo dollars worth wus destroyed Tho Insur- Â¬ tho only means of transit nro narrow and gent Christians howover got tho worst of paths and nil tbo roads bad condition it Tho porto soon becumo master of tho In Tho powers aro plainly in alllancowlth situation and proclaimed martial law Tho Turkey in this crisis but tho consciences compact of 1878 was practically abrogated people aro largely In and for tho next llvo years Crcto was ruled and sympathy of the autocratically by u succession of Mussul Â¬ favor of Greece This latter ally should not be despised man governors Tho attontlon of tho powers was attractGooU lloads Delayed ed to tho unhappy stnto of tho Island and There is to bo no road legislation in toward tho ond of 1801 the porta was in- Now York this ycur In spito of ull duced to select a Christian named Alexan Â¬ tho country der Karatheodory Pusha as governor He hearings uud arguments ehuugo seemed to bo acceptable to both Christians members nro opposed to any Tho assembly met Tholr futhors carried tho griBt to mill and Mussulmans again for tbo first tlmo since 1880 nnd ou horseback und they uro willlug to passed somo good laws But theso wero do the Bumo They Bay tho roads aro ull vetoed by the porta and trouble again be right iu good weather uud when tho gan Finally In March of lust year tho weather is bud it is best not to travel Christian governor wus recalled and Tur A bill hud been arranged that placed khan Pasha a Mussulman was appointed half tho cost of road improvement ou Tho change seemed to dis In his stead satisfy everybody Mussulman as well as tho stute 85 per cent ou the county and Christian The number of murders on IS per cent ou tho locality boueflted It both sides increased Turklian showed reduced tho cost to districts to less than considerable energy in punishing the that attending tho old pathmaster guilty and In upholding tho law but the system But it did not go and as a re Â¬ molt continued and disturbances wars sult tho era of decent roads will bo put rife all last summer Greece sent consid Â¬ off another session New York JouruuL erable aid to the Christian Cretans and led Ruula and Germany to propose this Moving Vox Good Itojuls blockading the Island but Great Britain Tho first county good roads league in refused to sanction such a scheme and th tho statu of Pennsylvania was formally project was therefore abandoned Tho A plan of reforms was agreed upon by organised at Scran tou recently tbo powers last Scptoinbor end accepted uamo of tho association is tho Lacku by tho sultan There was to be a Chris Â¬ wanna County Good Road league und tian governor who should appoint tht it will b a branch of tho National As Â¬ subordinate officials two thirds of them sociation of Good Road Loagues of tho Christian and one third Mussulman end which is connected with othor reforms were agreed upon which United States the department oi agriculture promised to bo advantageous to the Chris For ono reason or another tian Cretan SteauU of XNr Xods however they wero not cnrrled out Thus tbo present aeuto crisis ensued and It do At the beginning of March tlio pooplo rives its Importance from the Intervention cf Fossil in Gilliam county Or wero of Greece Tho annexation of Crete to suffering for want of Hoar Tbe roads Greece has been proclaimed and Greek wero in such conditio do hauling tKitj buvp takenccrculon of tho Maud could be dotM a Â¬ The Old Hickory has the wheel that never fails Other wagons may have more selling points but the Old Hickory will last longer carry a heavier load and give better satisfaction than any made Last year we sold over a car load of Old Hickorys and a car load of other make We had to furnish repairs for nearly all the other kinds sold but did not have to furnish a single repair for the Old Hickory Jhc only tellable v Â¬ Buggies Spring Wagons get Surreys and Phaetons where Whenyou want to purchase a buggv the question nric We would t imply say can I get the best buggy for the least money thattf we cannot sell you a better buggy for je s mo ey than you can Â¬ Â¬ afc LEsS Â¬ lM3T tfBH it elsewhere wewillpayiou for your trouble in coming to see our line Â¬ We do not take buggies on commis ion but buy direct from the factory and pay spot cash which means a saving of from 5 00 to 10 o on each buggy and of which you will get the benefit by trading with us If you are in the market for a Â¬ Â¬ CHAMPION MOWER OR BINDER -- 4aTiWKersii-rr-- t irrvirjiv5-aoiv 1 cvo 5sV vL Cirsi TrTWhJrvaKiy T5 Dont buy until you see us and get our price least 10 per cent We can save you at m4 B F BEARD HOME FIRST DILLON KY CO Â¬ Â¬ HARDINSBURG Â¬ The World Afterwards Every dollar spent in your home store adds to the development of the home ndu8tres It helps the growth of the town bv 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 We are keeping careful track Stock Qf your wants and constantly adding to the stock to meet them Now dont fail to give me n call All manner of produce taken in exchange for goods Â¬ m8m2Bmm wmmmmmm There are other Pebbles Beach MCX ntnucao t inaoiDerrobOlo I THE BLICKENSDERFER Ifjouca rr n unc - ih name ontle A typHwritMr- vliibl tnftiiant alignment Int p dirt ct printiiK nd a toy but a real thing piUt writing pr Tclianicf atilq inking Not Wttjtbt Mx pounds H V wpsTViRciuli siippiy nn m utitrtl Attnlt rr Kir 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It nil bfcause a mnn tomes litre and ha Is slatci a beau X dftnt know how shoyaniurtil dim but ho comes h n- justtlm name And for fi or that ho will stay away I wilt not Rive his nmne DUt 1 only bono hoH always coma I real- ly love htm so For everything Is now so nice slnco sis Â¬ ters got a boiiu 1 can spin my top In tho parlor and gen- Â¬ erally havo my way Yesterday a boy cut loose my kite and sis bought one tbday Blio also pave mo marbles arid took mo to a show I feel sou happy now to say that sisters sot beau THo roosters and tho chickens all seem to no no proud And the cajs upon the back yard fenco at night sine extra loud S Tho hlrda up In tlio tree tops their happl- HMfl iln nhnu And this has all been brought about slnco sisters got a rbiau I h6pe some one will make him cpmo I only wish I cruld Yes theroo two bits n week get for keeping ma In wood Ill give thjn money to this man sis calls him Mt Jo Bccauso Im hovng too good ji time for sis to lose that beau A C Thelps In New Orleans Picayune X with tiro HflOi huoot nml kill tho bid birds tipoli their first npproncli for it fares ill with tho daring robber who at- Â¬ tempts to seenrd tho young birds with ond in protect but himself In this way nro many of tho old birds killed for tho taxidermists or for feathers whilo tho eaglots aro borne away nnd caged for a good talo Oiticinuati Enquirer A LAMPS AND OANOLESi There I an Art lu the Managing1 Them ol TEUEPATHIC EXPERIMENT IIciit to Demonstrate Thli Ctirloos Iowsr by n Blmple DeTlrc A very interesting experiment in tho fascinating saieuco of telepathy vouched for as being suroto com o out right by such high authority as Hudson au Â¬ thor of Tho Law of Psychic Phenom- Â¬ ena alid other works of tho samo or- Â¬ der may be tried nt any timo by our Â¬ rondcis Ono of theso very next evenings when the family aro comfortably settled aft Â¬ er dinner or supper tho experimenter should introduce tho subject of mind I tennessSeagles NATURAL KlOUNTAIN HOME A FOR THE BIRD Or FREEDOM There lie 1 Matched In Orent Numbers anil Sometimes Lives 100 Year Mating and the Treatment of the Young llow They Are Captured hcro nro many envies iu tho Tonnes sco mountains and tliero nro ruonntain ccrs who nro export catchers of tho R c i m i h r l 4f W I P H V i it - n CI I m t h- - M k M- - young eaglets who reap rich rowartls ia return for their porilous risks and ad Â¬ Eagles mako their eyries ventures among tho clefts nnd crags of the high est mountains of tho state They aro ountl on tho Stone ruonntain the great Homo 0200 foot high tho Bald 9550 iectj tho Great Smoky range 0080 feet tho Bnjlhend 0012 feet on tho Unakn tho Big Stono and others none of them less than 5000 feet abovo the iccl of tho country at thoir feet Young eagles bring from 40 to 80 occasionally 100 Eagles that aro of sonio age und of a great size such aro rarely captured however hring as high ns 800 nnd 500 Eagles which havo to bo killed while trying to capture them aro valuablo to taxidermists who al Â¬ ways find an oasy market for a great stuIcd eagle Thoir foathors especially ttio wing and tail feathers are sold for good prices Tho caglo huilds its nest upon tho top of a mighty trco growing far up on tho mountain nmoug tho myriad of twining vines or in tho thickest and almost in Â¬ accessible growth of busliea and shrubs or ou tho summit of n high rock An eagles nest is a largo ono always and is strongly and comfortably built Largo sticks and branches aro laid together nearly Hat and bound with twining vines Tho spacious insfdo is covered withiiairnnd mosses so minutely wovon together that no wind can enter Tho mother bird lays two eggs which aro curiosities Tho long eud tapers down to n point The color of thq egg is a ground of brownish red with manydota and spots upon it Tho egg itself is proof of tho wild and savage parontage An eaglo lives from 80 to 100 years MTJba young birds aro driven forth by thcirsnvagc parents to scratch for them Â¬ selves ns soon as they nro nblo to fly No training is given them by tho old bird That is left to their wild instincts whioh hunger nnd necessity dovelop back to tho old Tliero is no going homo1 for tho young eaglo Tho mother bird tears np over vestigo of tho nest whero thoy havo thriven sinco birth und whilo they emit plaintive shrieks tho ol J bird darts at them and pnshes them off tho crags or rocks and to proven t inlling they must take to their wings and this is how tlioy learn to fly It takes thrco years for a young eaglo to gain its full and complcto plumago and Btrcugth Awny up in tho mountains tho eaglo finds it as hard to gain subsistence na do tho grumblers of tho plain Tho precari ousness of its existence nnd tho wild manner in which food is gathered seem to give tho bird ferocity as it grows older They rango among tho mountains and valleys in pairs thojr young nover following but doing the bost thoy can aho stern unsooinl tyranny beginning with the homeless and outcast oaglot is continued in later years with their mates If tho malo bird bo tile stronger tho most of the prey bolongs to him and ho Allows tho fcmalo to cat a paltry sharo between florco thrusts of his beak at her If the female is tho stronger and alio generally is tho malo bird cowers and winces under many n fierce blow from hU uufeolitig wife rja matter how small tho morsel ho jta But wheu dnugur thrcatens no huuinu pair can bnttla so fiercely for each other as cau two eagles The breeding season logins uboutMuroh and each mala has brtt ono mato during his cntiro Ufa If Hie female is killed or captured the surviving malo becomes M eaglo hermit and fiercer than ever Thoy aro oftejt seen pear their uests together aud wieu tho suu is shining take their innjAtia flights straight toÂ¬ ward that Rtjt ball of flro until they tdknppoar frcnislglit Sittiug upon tho mountain sidf their vision is so keen that they canfce fur down tho valley id sheep or yoifig goat n big turkey or rooster n em u pig raouit or iargo bird and alu at iu the twinkling of on eye they dosit ml suddenly upon thoir iriotim Ouq mighty grasp und a Wist of their talcl s and tho victim is dead long before it eaglo lavs it down for a jrntxwt An el le cau live two and thrro ii uvq uays upon a gorg days aud In meal ioy proy upon all sorts of large birds Jambs kius ana goat OfHntimesJ ben a largo calf or goat U and carried off fow or to be ftttftcl ill unite ami Carry off Uw mx of then they will muMdUto- the carcass it oat toxso whiefa of ly begin to to tba obokwai Mia and tbeui ia enl ival U lim atfcwt in it is truly Â¬ -- reading or telepathy which will usual ly1 crcato an interest cvtn in tho most inveterate reader of tho evening paper or tho latest novel devourer curled np id her favorito Qoruer Now will bo tho opportunity to become n hero oven in onos own household for wo nro told thnt liLo a good trcipo for cako or whut not if directions given below aro strict Â¬ ly follow ed success is suro Lot a circlo bo formed by a few per Â¬ sons joining hands and one member of tho circlo bo securely blindfolded that is in suoh n way that ho will enter into a darkness so denso that it may bo felt To seeuro this desired trick dark Â¬ ness fold n pair of kid gloves into sov eral thicknesses and placo liko n pad ono over each eye with an ample hand- Â¬ kerchief bound tightly over nil and around tho head Now let a card bo se Â¬ lected at random from a pack take great caro that no ono sees any other curd of tho pack ovcu for on instant then placo whero all can sco it except of conrso tho blind man Tho rest of tho circle must now fix their minds nnd gazo upon tho card with every bit of earnestness they havo iu their nature In tho meantime tho blind man must put himself into a quiet passivo Bar kls is willln stato of mind He will soon begin to sco scientific authority for this remember indistinct objects floating in tho darkness Soou they will begin to tako shadowy shape thcu disappear tako moro defiuito form and finally tho card selected will appear Mr Hudson declare that out of tho six in tho company when ho witnessed this experiment each scored a sufficient number of Successes to remove the re- Â¬ sult from tho domain of coincidence It is well to bear in mind that sometimes tho information is convoyed from ono mind to another allegorically for in- Â¬ stance during the evening mentioned tho ten of diamonds appeared ns ten flashing diamonds Surely this is well worth n trial Louisvillo Courier Journal Â¬ Â¬ Tho most effective cleansing sub stauco for tho containers mid wick np paratui consists of ordinary wood nsh This has a peculiar effect upau petro- Â¬ leum crystal nud Other oils of tho samo kind Itub tho ashes well nil over tho parts that rcqulro cleaning and polish or wipo it off with n clrnu soft cloth ThiH ii n very simple method nud obvi Â¬ ates tho nio of wnter which may provo n serious difficulty cspecinlly if tho op Â¬ erator is not very particular ns regards tho drying process This trcatmont should not howovcr cntiroly do away with a periodical boiling of tho differ ent parta of tho lamp with strong soda but tho regular nso of wood nsh should mako tho washing a last resource and nn altogether rnro necessity Tho strictest cleanliness iu every do tail concerning lamps is of tho greatest lmportanco not only to insuro n good light frco from smell but also ns n preventive ngainst danger Odd bits of wick allowed to collect nnywhero noar tho flame for instance aro objection nblo from every point of viow Lamps that aro but rarely used should not bo left with tho wick to becomo sat Â¬ urated through contact with tho oil Tho best plan is to empty tho container clean it as abovo dry tho wiok if it is now nnd put it asido in a box into which dust cannot penotrato till it is wanted again For theso days when candles aro so much used it is well to know that tliero is nn nrt in choosing thorn Thoy should burn brightly steadily nnd without flickering yet at tho same timo dwin dlo away ns slowly as possiblo Tho can Â¬ dle that gutters is to bo avoided as ex travagant and worthless The best of nil are those which aro partially hal- Â¬ lowed out so that if tho flamo is ex- Â¬ posed to n draft tho molted wax runs down tho insido A thin closo wick will always burn better than n thick one Ono of tho cleverest contrivances adapted to candles is a metal automatic extinguisher It can bo fixed to any re- Â¬ quired depth of the candle say ono inch moro or less and as soon as that quan Â¬ tity has burned away two motal rings close over the flamo and effectually put it out Something of tho kind has al- Â¬ ready becu secu but tho newer patent is much moro practical from tho very fact that it cau bo fixed to any part of thocandlo instead of being placed in tho candle1 holder for iu tho latter cqso it could not act until tho illuminant had quite burned down when tho extin Â¬ guisher was obviously of doubtful util- Â¬ ity Sau Fraucisco Chronicle Â¬ Â¬ ttinthMmr hunk In Ohlnholuili of Quakers uppcnred be fotc tho Oklulu ii legislature tho othor day and asked for tho nbolition of capital punishment Ono of them started in to rend from tho New Testament when n backwoods member interrupted him with tho remark that ho neednt bring nnyof them eastern law books iu hero Philadelphia Press A roiutriliH Â¬ For Family or Medical Use ryr 3 V J Pure jjpple Jrandy In a letter to tho manufacture Messrs Davis A Buzz ml of West Monterey say Chainberlalnfl Ontigli Remedy has cured people whom our physic nos could do nothing for We persuaded them to try a bottle of it and they now recommend it as do tho rest of us For sale at 25 and 50 cents perbottlo by A It li Pure Drugs Prescription I make n specialty of Fine Apple Brandy guaranteed 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 flavor 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 scaled anil shipped on short notice Fisher Dru gst Notice CM SMITH Andyville Ky t Why buy inferior or doubtful brandy when Burchs Pure Apple can be had so conveniently nnd so cheap Send O O D Price 2 00 pr gallon jug Included W 1 Dukcii Rhodella Ky Sir Grntehar to lhlllp nl said Mr Grntebar ways writo plainly so that what you writo cuu bo read And abovo all things mako your signature unmistakably clear Thus oven on paper you will contiuuo to look everybody squaro in tho cye New York Sun Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order Good We fully realize your thoughts when the idea of having dental work done comes but nevertheless they must have attention and the sooner the better if yaPmjftJfj5VjCy We arc prepared to do our work with a guarantee to give satisfaction at exceedingly low prices We will be at Irvington on Wednesday and Thursday after tho fourth Monday of each month It is to your interest to consult us Philip Cold and Grippe Cure Dr Mendenhalls Cold and Grippe Cure Is guaranteed to euro Colds La Grippe Headache Neuralgia Aching Feverish Conditions Prostration etc For the Cough take Dr Mendenhalls Cough and Consumption Cure For sale by Short Haynes Sheridnn fell in lovo with Miss Lin ley aud told tho story of Tho Rivals which is a true account of his courtship PR80KA- t- The gentleman who annoy- Â¬ ed the congregation last Sunday by con- Â¬ tinually coughing will find instant relief by using Ono Minute Cough Cure a speedy and harmless remedy for throat and lung troubles Short Haynes Accurately Compounded oio oo HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky GOLDEN RULE Independent Tobacco Warehouse CO W B TATE Main LOUISVILLE KY 1 Southeast Got of Twelfth Selling Fee Reduced to WOOL 150 per hhd and WOOL per cent Commission WOOL JL 233 and 235 East Market Street SA SHIP YOUU WOOL TO sonars LOUISVILLE THE KY Wheel Tobacco Go INCOlirOKATED iDtT-rE-FEiir-xHi- Established in iSj6 We are the largett dealers of Wool in the Southwest and shippers will receive the hgher t vaue for their vri 1 from ui We handle all wool for our own account Yon have no commls sionto pay for sel tag Wiite to us We also furnish sacks to parties who will ship to us WITT Hardinsburg I Mrs Samuel Starnm of Loganton Fa bore her thirty four years of suffering Rockport Saw Works Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach tho diseased portion of tho ear There is only one way to cure Deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eusta- Â¬ chian Tube When this tube geta in- Â¬ flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entire- Â¬ ly closed Deafness is the result and un- Â¬ less tho Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by ca- Â¬ tarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Oure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O -Sold by Druggists 75c Â¬ Â¬ 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 merchant and had spared no pains or expense to relieve hor but with little success until one night when it grew so painful that she could hardly endure it he persuaded her to try Cham- Â¬ berlains Pain Balm The effect was magical The first application relieved tbo pain and its continued use has re- Â¬ moved all stiffness and given her the free use of her limb once more If you bave friends who are troubled with rheumatism insist on their elvlng this rem- Â¬ edy a trial You can do them no great er favor aaitls euro to give prompt re lief and if they are a little patient it wil effect a cure For sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by A R Fisher Druggist well-to-do Â¬ Ky Ship your tobacco to the Wheel Tobac co Co the only tobacco firm that is co-Â¬ operative Every one who ships us five hogsheads becomes a memher of the company and shares in all future profits Dont be fooled by agents false promises rebates and big prices We charge less than ever before our regular fees bave been reduced from fifty centa to oue dol- Â¬ A It KINCIIEIOK lar per hogshead to suit the low prices WK BARNES now being paid You will get the best KINCHEL0E BARNES attention every hogshead is handled with the greatest care and no rejection LAW ATTORNEYS unites actually necessary We will re Â¬ HARDINSBURG KY mit by check or registered letter Office Collections and b1ps room South east cornerof Main special attention and enforcement of Hens given and 12th streets Louisville Ky Mark your hogsheads Repairs Saws of All Kinds Particular attention given to repairing large Circular Saws Hammering and Straightening a Spdclalty Elll Win AT Every Saw tested by steam bofoo it leaves the shop Every Saw warranted Workmanship tho very best Prices lower than any shop in America Mark your name on Saws and send a letter ol advice as to repairs wanted THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS R00KPORT IND WHEEli TOBAOOO 00 LOUISVILLE KY WM BRUCE Seoy F A BEAVIN JT IE1 OWEUsT WITH GKAY SQUIRRELS For the Winter Giny squirrels aro winter neighbors but vciy shy out s I havo tried to coax them to come into tho yard for walnuts by leaving out it supply under the trees thcro and gathering ull from other trees but they wero too well supplied with nuts iu tho wood I did succeed iu gain Â¬ ing their confidence through a pair of tamo squirrels that had been raised in a cage by n neighbor I induced tho neighbor to sot them free and apparent Â¬ ly to rownrd me thoy took up thoir abode iu tho tall cottouwoods nnd pop- Â¬ lars about tho lawn but moro likely bo cause the neighbor had no largo trees Whilo they remained an occasional wild squirrel would call or spqnd the day in tho groat trees with my tamo ones But the villainous pot hunter nud his worth Â¬ less cur destroyed my pots and drove tho visitors back to their wild state Tho gray squirrel is not as provident as tho little ground squirrol who toils through tho long days of summer and fall to provido himself a homo and lay up n StQro for winter nso What little tho gray squirrel docs lay by for a rainy day is not stored in his deir but scatter Â¬ ed hero aud there about tho woods liko tho pro dent housewife afraid to put ull tho eggs in ouq basket I learned from my tame squirrels thoir method of hiding nuts Tho nut is carried iu tho mouth and soma timo and thought pro given to the selection of a likely placo to hido it When tho spqt is finally decided upon a hole tho Bizo of the nut is dag in tho ground the nut thrust iu nud pushed down hard Vfith theuursen Jlttlo earth pressed and patted down nnd Jenvcs or grass tossed about iu tho twist unturul way Af tor a Buowfall their tracks will bo found ill every directcu from the deu trees to Following theso all parts of the wnod trails one will flud inuuy ijttlo holes lu the snow t1ico hidden nuts havo J II Ueuuedy iu Har Â¬ been dug up per lillgltUP Uott They Illdo Their Scattered Stores In many places iu worm climates it is customary to keep fish nlivo uutil they are sold It would otherwiso be imposslblo to keep them from spoiling oxcept by too expensive refrigerating Tho marketman is likely to be tho flsh erman himself and to keep his catch iu I well on his boat or in a slatted box in tho wnter Tho buyer looks over tho fish aud picks out the ono he wants and tho seller then kills the fish with n blow ou the bead With a olub or with a knife It is n common thing to kill the fish in tbo presence of tho customer Fish are sold in this way at for in- Â¬ stance Key West Havana nnd Genoa Now York Bun The example of W WBrewer justice of the peace and a prominent citizen of Mt Jewett Pa is wjorthy of emulation He ears I never leave home without a bottle of Cbamherlalus Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy and always recom- Â¬ mend it to my friends It is the best I ever used and never fails to give imme Â¬ diate relief Fo sale by A R FiBher Drueglst The lur Seat tu an Animal Mr David Starr Jordau president of tho Bering sea commission for 1800 aud George Archibald Clark secretary to tho commission say iu Tho Forum Tho malo fur seal or bcachmaster reaches full maturity at the age of 7 years At that timo his weight is about 400 to 500 pounds being considerably heavier when first iu from the sea in tho spring or after feeding iu tho fall than in tho intervening period when ho fasts on laud and grows gradually lean und weak lho males vary consid Â¬ erably in color tho general shade being blnok or dark brown with lougor hair or bristles of yollowlsh white These are especially loug nud numerous ou tho thickened back of tbo neck forming the so culled wig Tbo wicged males have n rpugb coarse coat aud their skiusure without market value Tho nnimal makes its homo ou tho rooky shores of tho islands in largo closely massed bauds forming what nro called rookeries It is ex tremely gregnrious individuals seldom venturing far from tho main body whilo on laud though wandcriug about singly in the sea Â¬ Frtir rri Practical Surveyor PICKETT oiias w G A bridges bridges TOBACCO C A Bridges - WAKEHOUSE Co LOUISVILLE KY BANK 0 TERMS ttEASONABLE Address all communications to Clovor port Ky iiioiuirToits Cor Eighth and Main Streets HAEDINSBTJUG B F BEARD President WILL MILLBR Vleo Preildnt M H BEARD Otihler Fine Confections FOUR MONTHS STORAGE FREE QW BEARD MORRIS KSKRIDOK B M JOLLY 1 V - -- DUtoton Lunch Stand Good Drinks You ean get this abovo Teaff fc Cob West Bide court house square CANNED GOODS A INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS H ERES YOUR BOYS AND 100 WALTHAM MODEL A OPPORTUNITY GIRLS COMET 1097 seSSre BICYCLE J C BUSH D D S Gannelton Ind SPECIATY Office on 6lh St Dentlitry In all Its Tranchei p sotlceil Bad all operntlom performed In the molt ikll ful manner at prleet to lult lho timo Orown and Bridge Work a iptolalty Teeth attracted Foiltlrely Without Pain TOM McGILL HARDINSBURG KY Moat Complcto Dental Kootna in Anutlient Indlnua budding Into womanhood Development aloweycf dulled face pimpled complex- alon aallow palm lu baclt and aldo and comtanUy tired life for time both mother and daughter Regulate and organa which atrenrthen the delicate ahould perform the natural Tunctlona of During1 J3 yeara Winter womanhood amlths Duchu hai never failed In curing the Ills of girlhood at thli critical time All druggist and merchants Arthur NERVE LIFE THE Fi t - DAUGHTERS WOMANHOOD of Host trying and critical WINTERSMITHS KyGentAgenta s Great RESTORER Restores parfect Deaan vu or arm uantiuod tid re moves ull obsta cles to marriage j Kostorou me These popular wherls have the patent three bait btarlnps ami carry full guarantee of the American Waltham Co Walthatu Mass Western Salesroom 165 Mad sou 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parutit Hat Ottf riving too to omjwh and bova great at Ktuiiiiufc tou EtlKUu eyritu vt Kr Tufa at StopUrtport wilt TkH vfH to ly luvijtomt lib AHm aiaa T Vnr CwwtMmW M ftotaa MtU very htiuiday m nmmiaitti iw fereyer Prinlin m xijljuJr k I Note Heads I Letter Heads Wjjf 11 The Sunday Sun Mr jof I Bill Heads Statements Oiroilars graatd Every Inritatioiis y j Visiting and blrt Bnsines Oarda -- JL wof Mgdtf Rur kU Vr Dcriplion Tr HHlOSPl a uMiiuuiyuM n Kavttfcwa Yiwv utaljr r V i 4K unwww rj 4 PippprT Breckenridge Ins D V rrv twr r B3aKOKKNKLIEam HEl fi r- tfrJ J NETW5 L - OiUeVElHFORSN EY Â¬ H fli n nil t ii nil IK 1M1 hi mmnti milium n l i nv n News aid Froprlitri 2rf 1897 HARDINSBURG L H BRANDENBURG D M Duncan went to Loulsvlllo Ihst 0 BaHage Editor W TIME TABLE ooiho yrntr WEDNESDAY APRIL Saturday Miss Loin VaaitMer Dull art Uardtnbtir Uill ptii aplKOIltT 7k10 Cracroft Morgan EIGHT PAGES CIRCUIT 1UDOB 1 am a candidate for re election its Clmiil Judge ol the 9th Judicial Districts subject to the action 9 f Mr J find M Is with het unolq to study music I Paitenger Dally arr lUrdioaharK Auction at James Klnchelous r am her brightaud studious recoinlre the Chicago the Democratic party Platform of io4 at the true esponen of Democratic T It MjllEATH principles January 197 1 it COMMONWEALTHS ATTOKNEY office B FBeard went to LouiavlJIoMonday Call for Sunset corn cure guaranteed at Atnon Klncheloes Granville Wilson went to Louisville Commonwealths Attorney of the oth Judicial Dis Irfct ol Kentucky eubject to the action of the WEED SCIIKLF Democratic part KOR SBNATOtl CRAFT at a candidate for the Stale Senate ublect to the action of the Democratic pa tr F are ntithorixed to announce ELTSHA lam a candidate for reflection to the of ASlf- - W S HoLMAN ono o Indianas ing politicians died lat week Kentucky day at the Tennetsjo sition lead- - Gov Bradley bas named May 24 as expo- Â¬ Suro enough brilliant April day last Saturday The fresh and fragrant breath- Â¬ ing Baid Nature is glad Tho blithe birds sang but nothing was more musi- Â¬ Tub Citizens Ticket put up by Dem Â¬ cal or so merry as our own hearts to feel ocrats of Louisville last week for the a balmy day municipal oflices Is a strong one Some We find that it is not always the peo- Â¬ of the candidates wo know personally ple who live in beautiful quiet valleys and they are good men where roses bloom all tho year that are week the happiest We find its the heart tho Tub best cditoral we have read in the Miss Tula Daniel left last week for a mind even on rocky bleak barren wilds Owensboro Messenger for a long time couple of weeks visit to her sister in St that makes happlniS3 appeared in its Issue of lost Sunday It Louis Bro Pate gave us an interesting talk was written by Dr Brlggs pastor of the Paines Celery Compound 74 cents and last Wednesday night on Easter and its First Methodist church of that city Hoods Sairapanlla OS ceiits at Amon observance describing the movable feast qulto graphically giving historical infor- Â¬ Klncheloes Dn Milton Board Jr thinks ho has a Mr and Mrs A B Skillman were mation To night Wednesday ho will We givo him space this grievance givo a talK on next Sundays lesson We are afraid the here last Sunday from Clovcrport visit week to air himself ing Mrs Bowmen Willie Bland has been critically ill for doctor sees only ono side of the question Dr Dugan came down You can have jour subscription sevoral days and that his own He that is without political sins let him rise up and call orders for advertising and job work with from Louisvillo and with Dr Pussy and Dr Willis performed an operation At hiniself blessed We have committed V Q Babhage Hardiii9burg so many in our time that we are actually Dr J 0 Buehwill be hero until Sat Â¬ this writing ho is doing well and hope is And urday prepared to do all kinds of den- Â¬ entertained ot his recovery afraid to accuse our neighbor until we get tho mote out of our own tistry in an up to date style Artists are aroused over tho Dlngley eye well keep silent James Kiucheloe began his big auct- Â¬ tariff bill The Wilson bill allowing the ion sale last Saturday He bus a big lot importation of paintings has been operaSpeaker Blauford ought to read the of jewelry and all of it will go at auction tive long enough for opinions as to its merits and drawbacks to crystallize A riot act to his gang some more And Call in and Bee our stock and get our keep it up until they get down to busi Â¬ prices before purchasing your spring and petition bas been gotten up in the stu- Â¬ ness The idea of a set of grown up summer headwear Hook Vandegrift dios which give some hope men acting like a lot of silly school boys In my paragiaph about Mr William Tho will of George Nottingham was Bryan the exclamation point was mischowlng wods and shooting them all over the house and paying no attention admitted to probata in the County Court placed which made me instead of him to business or order Is disgusting Men last week C B Weymuth is named as say All hail to bi metalllsm Nol inwho get 5 a day ought to work They extcutor deed I do not Im more and more gold The new millinery store on Main standard every day but if there is any- Â¬ are not sent there to play And we are surprised at Speaker Stanford for allow- street opposite the jnil is the place to thing in it I want it on a lone hand ing such things to go on Ho wasnt get tho latest styles of has etc at fair The Easter supplement of tho New raised that nay There is no playing prices York Times was a perfect gem The down here on his farm when hes at Misses Fanuio Trank Julia Straus nud whole was devoted to halftone reproduc- Â¬ home The men whom he employes Delia Loeb Louisville came down Sat- Â¬ tions of paintings by five artists and ser- Â¬ have to work Ihe respresentatives urday night and were the gueBts of Mrs mons from celebrated ministers of all de- Â¬ were sent there to do the work of the Kobt McGuflln nominations Each reproduction was a people and the Speaker should compel Mr Lawrence Alexander of New study in itself Each sermon manna to them to do it or send them home Do York City is expected here early in the soul your duty Charley you dwe it to your- Â¬ May to visit L A Foote and other Greeco and Turkey if left to themsel- Â¬ self your home people and the great ves seem to bo fairly enough matched relatives he has living in this county state of Kentucky Morris Eskridge AV K Barnes and to prolong their conflict for a good while N Me 0 Mercer are in Stephensport They will weakeu and impoverish each The Meade County Messenger takes week taking depositions Thoy other we are Bure In tho conflict of us to task for some utterances of Uncle this have several important cases for trial long by gone years Lord Byron was with Jonathan printed in these columns the Greeks to Bhoulder arms but died all Personally we know very little about the at Circuit Court fresh new stock with a practical too soon to realize his cherished hopes A late canvass before the Democratic priTho sympathy of all christian people mary in Meade but reports outside of milliner of three seasons experience in behalf of the sufferers what Uncle Jonathan has said about it a wholesale establishment is what Mrs are enlisted in It from the Mississippi flood It is consol- Â¬ effect that it was very badly Hook and Mies Vandegnfc offer you are to the ing even in such a great calamity to conducted Whisky was used freely at will pay you to call on them A A Richardson Garfield is tho kuow how fellow creatures everywhere every speaking This was done by the to the relief of those val- Â¬ candidates presumably to secure votes place to buy goods cheap Millinery a are responding God hides some ideal in and win a nomination But such meth Â¬ specialty this season Ladies hats ley sufferers every human soul An impulse to do ods will not be upheld by tho better clasi trimmed in the latest style Country good is ono of the noblest of citizens No man has a right to pull produce taken in exchange for goods himself into an ofllce at tho expense of Hardinsburg woman payB a glowing Licensed to marry John E Hinton thejgood morals of a community More or to Miss E Brickey Thomas 0 Mattingly tribute to Miss Lucy Frank of Bewley less whisky is used in every canvass but to Vie Storms John W Craig to Lydia viile And Lucy dear Lucv is to take a wholesale disposition of it isnt approv Â¬ T Worlens II G Butler to V P More tho matrimonial leapt Well we are tod ed by any one Thinking people and man ltaily G Powell t Sarah J Bur- Â¬ that Love is many sided sacrifice It means thougbtfulneas for another it those who are most to be aflected in the nett conduct of local aflars will set tbenisil Mrs Bowmor left Monday morning means putting his good hefoio Love is impulse no doubt but ves against any such proceedings So far for Huntington West Virginia Sho as the News is concerned wo are against will probably be gone until July or Aug- Â¬ true love is impulse wisely directed I any and all disreputable methods resort ust Her son Frank will meet her feel like the above is pecuiiatly appro ed toto secure ofllce We believe in that there He is to be married April 20 to priate to Lucy for I know sho can make thing which will odd to rather than dis Miss Neva Suga Mrs Bowmer goes to sacrifices and can wisely direct impulse tract from good citizenship Wo wan1 visit her daughter Mrs WN Campbell aud may she realize truly in her choice mate for every heart the best men for office and when they The trees in tho Court house yard are therosa come asking for public favor they should I sent the first issueof the Dispatch to the finest in the country They are be bo on their good behavior alwaya b ginning to leaf out now and will afford several of my sound money friends and Democratic party in this coun- Â¬ far as the a magnificent shade this Buinmer Tho asked for criticism and comparison with ty Is concerned we have never been county officers and politicians are One said Inferior wait Â¬ Courier Journal heard to boast about its success For ing patiently for the bright summer days to the Courier Journal not a fhst class twenty years we have done what we to come again when thoy can movo out paper in my opinion earelets proof read Â¬ could to push it along It has met with ing bad spelling and grammar Give and resume debate some progress and reverses Just now mo tho old Courier Journal Very The following ttantfers of real proper- Â¬ well I am not piejudiced she is a littlo disfigured but hopes to git I noticed there later on The Messenger cant lay ty were admitted to record in the Clerks some careless proof reading ditto spell Â¬ John E Casey to ing and grammar in Courier Journal and the blame for the present condition of oillco last week the party at our door bocause three Esther Casey certain land near Ilosetta have mailed it to tho prejudiced friend years ago its defeat was almost universal Finnfs Johnson to Davis Johnson a part Chauncoy M Depew thinks opportun Â¬ over the State That thing cannot be of the lireon S Johnson lands James II get back to rock bot Â¬ Quigglns to W C Qniggtns tou acres of ities for gaining wealth now are just as reversed until we good as formerly Much we all know tom principles and wiso leadership The land on Rough creek Commodore depeude on opportunity same condition may yet confront the A big excursion went out over tho Vauderbllt made a fortune in steamboats party in Meade although it lias a largo branch lost Saturday Thero were four but he saw before any one els did that Majority to overcome coaches crowded until there was not the railroad was to supplant transporta standing room There has been a num- Â¬ tion by prater so he put his fortune into Work of The Dcmooraic County ber of big excursions sent out over tho railways It takes foresight and power to branch and no ono has ever received tho grasp and to see future evolutions Some Committee ot thf Democratic County slightest injury from any fault on tho people aro naturally capacitated to solve pKiiMU good problems which lead to wealth and it trH H801 Breenrldge county held part of the company As a rule train safe men are put in chnrgo of the can bo done now as well as formerly there lresent in The appraisement bill of tho estate of Who at last can tell exactly what the inos u routey Thos L Vrn v Stephen MrCoy Austin Beavln and Re Â¬ faculty Is which makes money Ill tell Moorman JamVa ninii V Mike Mllfer n AdkissonJohn Moore mus G Whittinghiil were filed In tho you most anybody can make money but and E W JonM County Court last week 0 F Black tho faculty to keep it is wanting Keep Dtt Murray was elected ing it means judicious management of i filed settlement as Administrator of Jol the meeting andClaud McVr Look around us and we see On motion Charles ftyn wa SS3S lv Meador Mrs Mary J Miller filed her the surplus of J T Mil this verified hard as it is to convince the prec net committeeman oi settlement as Administrator precinct No 2 vice Jesse WhSrortS lerj auo settlement of the estate of Sam- Â¬ rising generation that to save and Invest resigned and Tice Jolly as ucU m uel Hovlns and of tho estate of Miller prudently is tho stepping stone to wealth raltfeeinaq for Hardinsburg precinct No and IIovlus 1 vice Dr Milton Board resigned Southern Writers by William Ma On motion Michael Miller was unani- Â¬ Mrs Mary Hook in connection with Jqhq Baskerville in a series of twelve mously elected chairman of th Tlrw giving a tolerably complete sur Â¬ enrldge County Democratic Executive Miss Lulu Vandergrift who has just papers be Â¬ Committee and Claud Mercer secretary completed the milliners trade and who vey of that literary movement which Is just from Uaird thereof wholesale mil Â¬ ginning about 1870 has spread pver the Sons On motion each member of the Com linery boum at Louisville Ky have entire South fs being enjoyed by me mlttee was urged to further the interests opened np a place Joel Chandler Harris Maurice Thorap- of bueluesa at Har of the Louisville Dispatch in Lis dlnsburis Sidney Lanier and on Man street opposite the son Irwin Uussel respective precinct The meeting then You will do well to examine their George Wahngtou Cablp are finished JI1 adjourned D Jl Mnrrar Beey goods and get their prices befora buying Five more to cowe monthly fron Nash Claud Mercer ChWu Ffoi elsewhere J vWTM Mr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jo Blackburn ought to bo a very hap py man He has at last secured an Organ in Louisville Monday Mr Charles Millor Sr spent last Sun day in town M s It N Miller returned last week from a visit to Irvlngton Your attention is called to Amon Klncheloes ad in this issue Mrs P V Duncan -- amo up last Satur- Â¬ day to visit Mrs V Diulos Mrs OConnell of Darby Iud is here visiting her son Mr Pat Dillon Auction will continuo until entire stock is sold at James Kincheloos Dent Browns littlo child has been qulto lit during the past week Lndlts are especially invited to attend the auction at James Kincheloes Walter Clark eajs ho will leave for Dakota about the first of May Mrs J A Witt has closed out her stock ot millinery to Mrs Clint Hook James Kfncheloe thq jeweler is hav Â¬ ing an auction of his entire stock this Â¬ Sunday school in all tho churches Tho Catholic church has quite a good number ot pupils The hymns are all good Miss Lena NovlU Is orgnuist Mrs Gough was to have given the young people a cotillion party lost Fri Â¬ day evening but it was postponpd on ac-Â¬ count of WillioBlauds illness No literary last Friday night as Willie Bland was exceedingly low Teachers and pupils were too much in sympathy with tho till ic ted family to enjoy It Mrs Smith and Miss Eula Kail of Vine Grove weie guests of Mrs George Dowden last Saturday in whoso honor tho Misses Dowden entertained the Mite Social A pleasant evening The Messenger has pitched into Uncle Jonathan and the News hot and heavy so I believe Ill batk out 1 dont want to bo either Greek or Turk I beliove but take a neutral stand while the fight Is on Any rjoutbernpr would In con nectlon with this series rend Little Journeys to the bonus of famous wo men as described by Elbett Hubbard Elirrbeth Barrett Biowning Madame Guyou Harriet Mattlncau Chailotlo Bronte have reached me eight more to To read the lives of come monthly such women fits Us for our own pll griuiPge arms us more fully for our own warfare with the adversary I receive letters often telling me that through this column one has been led to read good books I have recently been risked for a Het One who lovis to read is nevtr lonely nuver tires of home Its piti nl to Bee any ono who finds no rerponaivo cliord in good literature and one who takes no interest in lives that are beauti- Â¬ fully told and of lives that we never guessed I read with much interest the letter by llaidinsburg woman for I knew full well tho hand that wielded the pen Every word alio said was truo as gospel and emanated from a consecrated life and that eulogy to this column coming from such a eource caused the past to rise up vividly before me and caused as well the tears to flow Of course I am appos ed to whisky and tho use of it in a campaign I am bitterly opposed to the im- Â¬ proper use of it under any circumstances and I agreo with my friend in thinking that men who profess to be christians should use other means to Becure votes and popularity But at the same tim I do think the late campaign has been greatly exaggerated and I also know that behind tho whisky merit ranked with many of the candidates Some of our best most gentlemauly men were candidates and I repeat that I do not be Â¬ lieve they would maliciously or intentionally have caused onelo drink to intoxication And Uncle Jonathan neith er am I making excuses for any one I do not endorse some things in the Dem- Â¬ ocratic party nor some acts of its nomi nees but when I swap I want to be sure I am to better my condition and the con- Â¬ dition of my country In saying I be- Â¬ lieve the Prohibition party will someday be in power My Hill Grove lady friend cays I have touched a responsive chord in her heart and by the way bIib wrote an excellent article I did not mean the Prohibition party as it now is I want the whole Democratic party to get together heart and soul before 1000 and then I want a plank slipped in its plat form labeled Prohibition Principles Of course I would want that free and un- Â¬ limited silver coinago piece of timber slipped out Of course Id want the In- Â¬ dianapolis platform intact plus a Pro- Â¬ hibition plank and do believe the majority of our dear good men would decide with their wives and mothers and sweet- Â¬ hearts I toll you I will take up for the good men of our land Talk about womans influence I It is powerful and alwaja will be But whenever good true hon Â¬ est brave big hearted generous men cease to exist I want to shuflla off this mortal coll quick I am so glad I have only come in contact with such men in They will all my life long dealings clasp hands with us women some day to put down intoxicants see if they dont And now Mr Meade County Messenger I hope the News will score you soundly Id like to know if you Messenger havent published some rip snorting Populist articles Dont everybody know the Newj is broad liberal and isnt afraid editorially to be for or against I wouldnt give a flg for anybody that didnt carry out that much of the Bibie I admire the Messenger for defending its party but when it interferes or insin- Â¬ uates anything against tho News Democ- Â¬ racy why let it go slow and now Mr Editor my dear free silver friend will you and Mr Duncan please be so kind as to arise and explain the vast difference between a free and unlimited 10 to 1 ail ver Democrat and a rip roaring snorting Now if you wero both my Populist kind of a Domocrat youd be in a condi- Â¬ tion to criticise your Populist friends feel richly repaid for a perusal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 at VanderhiH Throat Coughs Is there a tickling- - in the throat Do you cough a prxat deal especially when lying Are you hoarse at down times Does nearly every cold you take settle in you throat These throat coughs arc very deceptive Dont neglect m FURNITURE Lace Curtains and Poles K Tfoches or cough them syrups wont touch the spot You must take remedies that will enrich the blood tone up the nerves and heal the in Â¬ flamed membranes Art Denim Japanese Art Draperies Eluer de lis Swiss with Perr sian Flowers Coin Dot Swiss U v t contains such remedies fihites wonderful nourishing and healing power The cause of the cough is removed the whole system is given new life SCOTTS EMULSION of Cod liver Oil with Hypophos- - UMSSSftS and vigor and the danger from threatening lung trouble is swept away For tale by all druggists 100 SCOTT BOWNB New York And Many Other Things to Delight the Heart Of the most Fastiditfus V -- - Book about It free at 50c and Fishing is unusually good on Sinking creek this spring They catch better and larger than common A great many farmers in this section find it profitable to bOw orchard grass both for seed and pasture Capability honesty and morality should receive first consideration in selecting a man for office The wonder of tho town is why Jim Kurtz did not take dinner last Sunday at B F Paynes as contemplated We are always glad to eee a letter from Uncle Johnathan who in the main is right Lets vote as we pray or quit praying Jno Lyddan is a practical horticultur ist He says bo never falls on fruits on account of Insects Spraying early and often saves his fruit Those who failed to attend prayer raeetingliere last Saturday night missed a treat Mrs Lucy Kurtz gave a very interesting address on charity We know farmers who know exactly how this grovernment should be run who when asked about the capability of certain soils to certain crops are as dumb as an oyster Something We often hear remarked must be done a spirit of discontent bas HEADED How would seized upon the people it do to have a freer and more general discussion of politics and increase the number of our dogs guns and saloons as a proper step towards the relief of this Complete Stock of Mens condition Bachelor Plow ShoeS125 and Womens Shoes Womens Oxforda at Low Filces It should be made a matter of public in Black and Wine knowledge that Dewitts Witch Hazel Salve will speedily cure piles of the long- Â¬ m Do you wear a Hat If so you est standing It is the household favor II tmmt 1 I Ifetfe can get a first class article I Ws ite for burns scalds cuts bruises and ImI imi9 in all the latest styles and shapes 1 1 s 1 I Bores of all kinds House Call on us and look Keeper through all the new things Dont fail to see our Straw Hats in prices We propose to Lead not Follow Remember our motto Quick Sales and Small Profits Addison f Dick ADDISON KY ALL ARE THIS WAY SHOES ft i mbim tr fi I Louisville Races Greatont Spring meeting EvorIIeld In Kciituclfy IleElnnliigr niur 12 Polks Best 3 lb Tomatoes 8 cans for 20 cents Polks Best Corn 5 cents a can Arbuckles Coffee 7 packages for 100 18 lbs Granulated Bugar for 100 GROCERIES y 100 24 lbs New Orleans Sugar for HIGHEST MARKET PRICE paid for and all kinds of Produce Only 300 From Here for the Hound Trip Tliln Include Adiuliaiou to Grutid Stund ltegirnioj pn Derby Day May u one of the greatest racs meeting ever held in Kentucky will be given at the famous LouIyIiIb Tact court e Ten itakei Inuludlng the Kentucky Derby worth Socoand lliejtoooo Louitville Futurity will be run during the twelve day All thecracli honei In the country are engaged In these stakes Includ Â¬ ing Ornament Dr Catlett Typhoon II Meadow thrope Winged Fool ljujtnla Wickes Iturleique blmon W SouffleDtick Massie Rudolph Boaner Â¬ ges Lord Zcni Roslnante lien Holladay and many others Nearly Jooo horses are now quar- Â¬ tered at Churchill Downs Insuring large fields and escitlng contests There will be rive or more races each day with liberal added money All the railroads have put on cheap excursion rates the rouod trip from Clqverport being only joo This also includes admission to the grand stand each railroad ticket having a coupon at Â¬ tached which can be exchanged for a badge at the gate This Is the cheapest rate ever offered rdm this point and a big delegation will leave here on Derby day to take advantage of it The Derby will be run on the opening day Wednesday May la and the iooou Futurity will be run three days later Saturday May ij Thee are the biggest turf events rue in the West DDnniirC rKUUUvC fujt Ufsftfll If VaJWLs JAS GARDNER HARDINSBURG KY STOTJS5 TO 381 MfWU IN t WEBSTER The rain Sunday was timely We have plenty of all kinds of fruit yet Henry Kurtz went to Cloverport Sun day Ether Hall went to West Point Sun- Â¬ day Considerable gardening done lost f i week -Â¬ SJESCXZE IfiJT w Tbe largest Wool dealer In Louisville to me ICab UDJ UAUS UI isaao JQ KY TLm Kaat Market Street Le01SVIIIE MMIIJUI MIUHMWMlMk rosiEiiETZB--crii- i ytv Do not charge an commission andmaka prompt returns Ref yv v l HiX TrAM T w vvu wv Col Fitch was here last week writing deeds See Jefleries straw hats before tnak DnAlflO ft SAVE MIDDLEMANS PROFIT AND SHIP TO Dealers and Manufacturers UJf II A I Jfr Cflil Agent for the purchase ef UUL OUWj Wurehouiea 137 and ISO Hat Main Louisville Ky If 3 T1 We buy Wool from Dealers A limited oumber of Consignments will be received from Farmers ana No commissions to pay Ingapuicliaso Our town Is giving constant work to several carpenters Sash Jordan and Dick Mays were in Louisville lost week Dick Popham moved back here from NOTICE The snnual meeting oi the stockholders of the Mineral Center Gas it Manufacturing Co will be he d for the Duruose of elcctinz a Hoard of Direc tors at tneomce oi tne company in clovcrport ny on ouiaraay juay ibi ui a ocioca pm 41 Jt J D GtEcoari lrest Sacks furnished to parties desirous of shipping o us V - neLl897 er Â¬ lerv Louisville laat Saturday Jeflcria defies competion in Bhoes as to price quality or style No goods will be reserved at the auction James Kincheloe Fred Moorman was at Gleudeane and Louisville last week on business Every thing Is guaranteed as repre Â¬ sented at James Klncheloes If you fail to find what you want else- Â¬ where call at Jeffries and got it Mrs S E Bash am is convalescing from a severe attack of pneumonia Mrs Lotitia Hall Prout Corbin Ky is visiting her parents here this week Dr S B Adkltson Oloverport was here last week visiting relatives and fishing Miss Lena Payne ot Stephensport is visiting her uncle B F Payne this week YOU SHOULD BARGAIN SEEKERS HERES A GRAND OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU With every Hat purchased your selection frcfrq any of tne loiiowmg aruoiea which will be preaeated to you as a gift A Beautifully Decorated Dresden Plate Handsome Oheeee Plate or a Bisque Matoh Safe EMPLOY None but the County Surveyor to do your work He Is the autnoiitcd Surveyor of the CountVi la an experlrnced workman and knows his business lie is also No ary Public write Deeds and takes Ackncwleogemedu Charges always Heasonable Address CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARDINSDUHOi KY at tho coat of 93 f4or 96 Beautiful Line of Ribbons Irvlngton Drug Store HEADQUAIlTEns FOJl In all Cllors and Wlths fl PURE DRUGS MEDICAL WHISKIES ANiQIiCflwirDistilM IriHtJy i Order gives prompt aHea tion and filled name day tboy are wwelved Give u a trial ortior Laces Yeili Joe Jeffries and Henry Jordan caught the excursion at Irvlngton and went to Louisvillo With a 92 or 92 60 Bat you may take your choice from theae article Rom Bowie Oat Ola Violet DUhe Tooth Pick Holders In all colore and ITptions any ever ByprevitH You will mlM it b j oaUing to see me CLOVERS My line a in TOT Bkvll Wanted A well supplied flh peddler to visit this town at once and weekly thereafter It will be both interesting and amus Â¬ ing to hear EddUons talking machine ft James KluchaWs rtHctioa U W FRANK to OQ IRVINQTOK KY ba Mrs HV DUNCAN K xn TWT i frtf i ii wtiinnujiiifKimnnijjxummesagsiesaess THE a RElOKBlMfiIDQH NK1WB OLOYHRPORT KY FALLS OF ROUGH Mlsa Stella Wilson entertained Satur Â¬ Awarded Highest Honors World A Fain - 1 v V 3i CREAM Miss Lena young near Guston has R 0 Willis is at borne typhoid fever Gome to as for carpets Suiters George JSmelsortrf Stephenrport was W1U cherry phosphate Salters Fred Fraizo wont to Louisville Mon Â¬ In thrf city yesterday Judgt James H Sklllman went jo day Tutts Pills Cure All Liver Ills For thirty years Tutts Pills have proven a blessing to the invalid Are truly the sick mans friend Often Dont miss seeing our straw mailings Sulzors Ira Dollaven of Holt spent yesterday tnthoctty Base ball Outfits we are the people t Owensboroyestrday O W Moorman and Charles May Sr went toulsvllle yeslKrday Preaching ni the Elm St Mahodlst church Sunday evening at 7 10 Dent Brawns little child who Is re- Â¬ ported so sick by our Hardlnsburg cor- Â¬ respondent died Monday Rev 8 4 Shelley will prench at Holt next Sunday at 11 am There will be no service Saturday night A L Howard is con fined to his room with a aovere abscess formed on hia left hand sustained from a bruise Miss Florence Lwp who haa been confined to her room for a month Or more with a sprained ankle la now able to be out Found In the neighborhood ot Union Star a large plain gold ring The owner can have it by giving the initials in the ring and paying for this notice Ad- Â¬ Ky dress W H Dowell Mofgantown William Victor Bowmer loft yester Â¬ day for Madlsonville to be present at the wedding of his brother Frank Bow- Â¬ mer to a prominent young lady of that place which occurs Thursday Frank is one of Madisonvllles rising young bus Â¬ iness men Carlt Richardson of Union Star was In town Saturday He Informed a Naws representative that he had closed out his interest in the mercantile business at that place to his father Mr D S Rich- Â¬ ardson and would locate in Louisville connecting himself with the well known clothing bouse of Hilp Richardson day evening The Sunday school lately orgauzd ia 11 lurlshing Mls Necle Tuttle ot Louisville la vls itlug tier pnrenlH Miss Mutllo Owen of Gtendennr- - boa the Question How can -- Whore wo piwo Tried Friends Best A Known Fact monoj T K BAKING PtWDIR MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 Years the Standard BRECKENRIDGE K NEWS 28 1807 WEDENSDAY APRIL LOCAL BRfcVITIES f Maw V ti Bbrctiu cijr oT nnai uuar di m w m K- Everybody ia house cleaning Lebanon Junction wanto a bank i New wall paper atT F Sawyers New line of wall paper at Babbagee 0 W Fletcher knows all about a cat v The pay car arrived yesterday even Â¬ - ing Three nice rooms to rent apply at this - Sulzors Trunks all sizes new lot received this week Snlzero IL L Kurtz of Webster was In the city Sunday Two packages of chewing yum fur 5 cents Sulzers New line of mens fan shoes Just in See them Sulzers Fishing reels rods Hues and minnow buckets Sulzers Out this week new ami pn tiy line of straw hats Sulzors Lace curtains at prices that will make you want a pair Sulzers The cdtest flower tools out rake hoe and spade all for 15 cents Wantbh 60 bushels of corn will pay cash market price Henry Solbrlg Miss Lucy Cannon of Kirk was the guest of Miss Florence Ltwls last week Have you seen the new delph style in picture molding See It this week Sul zers Miss Llda Haynes came down from Brandenburg Sunday enroute to Pates vllle Oser Rosenthal shipped to Louis- Â¬ ville last week thirteen head of hogs by A i V ii ifa 5 - farmers were in town boat Jessee Ashcraft of Guston is confined Lace curtains 25 cents n pair Home to his bod with ipflammatory rheuma Â¬ Xaundrv tism W 0 Allen went to Louisville lst Ladies dont forget us when you need straw mattings or drapery goods Su- Â¬ Tburedayj H A Oelxe and wife went to Louis- - lzers Mrs R 0 Willis has returned from vllle Sunday Louisville very much improved In Hair Brushes clothes brushes combs health etc at Biibbages Gregory Company shipped to writing mild tne greatest inic oi Pauls gj Brandenburg last week 0000 feet of the age Babbage b Mlea Mary Moorman Is the finest of lnmber Wilson Jolly and grandson Calvin friends in Owensboro Closing out our stock of furnishing Jolly of Hardlnsburg were in the city Saturday goods Seeus Babbage rar A car load of tan bark was shipped music Vocal and instrumental sheet a over the Texas to Louisville last Week for ten cents at Babbagee Mrs W E Minor of Addison was in from this point Marion McGavock shipped to Louis the city Monday shopping weigh- - Judge Jas It Sklllman went to Owens-Â¬ ville last week by boat a steer ing 1710 pounds boro yesterday on business Mrs Will Maltlngly of Hardlnsburg Old Rolker and Avery plows cheap spent Easter with her parents Mr and cash at Henry Sol brigs for Mrs Thee Lewis The mall from Utility to Hawesville is Messrs W J Jennings S Crawford J RW carried by Miss Maggie Butler and John Robert of SCepuensport were Mamie and Rowena Martin of Xewis in the city Sunday port are visiting Vlrgle Daniel Fixing up season has made a strain on Home Laundry will laundry your shirt our house cleaning outfits but we have waists for 10 cents send them in more left Sulzers Mrs AB Skill man and Mrs O B The man who loves his family and his Sklllman went to Louisville Monday work with all bis heart will be likely to Horse shoe brand of fertilizers good work for them with all his might for corn und tobacco at 0 D Paynes The Str New South passed down Harned Monday evening about 0 oclock for Jimmle Miller has a splendid voice for Memphis heavily loaded with freight announcing happenings into a Grapho- The Str Tantscon bad a goodly numphone ber of passengers on board Sunday 8he William B Eagles of Owensboro was laid at the wuaf over an hour taking a passenger on Mondays East bound on freight x train tor Louisville James Mattingly came up from Hen Â¬ Eggs for setting from Plymouth rock derson Saturday td remain until Sunday Uornien xnuian uame ana w uiie Leg Â¬ evening with his parents Mr and Mrs horns G W Short 0 B Mattingly Walter Kiog went to Oannelton There were more people at the wharf Thursday to take charge of bis saloon Sunday to see the Str Tarascon load purchased from J VV Bates and unload freight than has been since James Montgomery candidate for Cir- - the building of the railroad It looked cult Judeo was nuttinc his case before lke old times liis friends bore last Thursday Cards are not out bat they will be Do you want a permanent position some time next month announcing the If so write to The marriage of One of Clovurporta promin Â¬ with good pay Hawks Nursery Co Rochester N Y ent young men to a Meade county young Atadam rumor has it that in June two lady of rare accomplishments prominent young people of high social Roy Hoyser James Pace Jr and standing In this city will join hearts Amei Nolte- - went to Louisville Sunday You can caUibr any article at any to witness the ball game The weather time and it will bo sold at auction at was so inclement the game did not come Hardlnsburg Ky James Kincheloes off J The Naws wants all the local happen Â¬ Ken Ferry was thrown from his wheel ings With your assistance It can be while out riding Monday night and made the best weekly paper In the State badly bruised up His Injuries are not Pure rose comb brown Leghorn and aeriooe but he will be laid up for a few light Brahma eggs 60 cents and 1 00 per days t eetling-r- -J Scott Vance Oloyerport Remember the protracted meeting Ky which Bro Ernest Elliott of the Christ- Â¬ The Owensboro Messenger should quit ian church will begin to night in the stealing its Cloverport news from the vacant store room next door to Dr R L Singing conducted by colums of this paper or else give the Newsoms office All are cordial- Â¬ Prof W L Diugherty proper credit V ly Invited to attend Will Brown who some months ago Miss Vanda Carson of this city and broke his leg by being thrown from a runaway team was in town Saturday for Mr FletcherQ Pauley of Holts hot the Irst time since the accident ocÂ¬ torn will be married at her Shome this G Shel Eaorning attToclock Rev curred Wy performing the ceremony Only the Bishop T U Dudley of the Eplapaeal relatives and Immediate friends will be church conducted service We but pretest The will aaake Holta bottom Thursday in the M E church werlag their future boom mi evening At the evefoK s wvlc ThundaysPwerabore MeaMBgercays Mm J G Harris was eoafirmd Tb Mr Thoaaa WhiWi popular young awrvlcea were very Impressive lawyer ofJUaweavlili and Miss Ida Pell Mr J 0 PellrJr of Lewisport nd pi Lewlapeftt MBilome and accora Miw Dick Kobb o Hawesville will be pliahed yoMfMroman will b united in BMH rled at the home of the bride at the marriage tMrifcnuon t 3 oclock at latter place on the evening of April 28 the home oliMra Harriet Roberts at the They are both popular young people comer of Third and Daviess streets this and will reside at city They will leave on the 4 oclock Both the contracting Texas tnda for their future home at parties are well known in this city Haweavllle Samuel Ruxer Sr pf Louisville spent II L Stader came near meeting death U week with Mr 3 0 Nolte He last Wedaeadayakernoon but fortuuaie down about pace In every lx y cam out uninjured He with Mr eetha to look after his buaineea here Tate owner of the building occupied m He told the Naws that he was wall a butcher shop by Mr Sudor went up a ilias J aad tbt frbe bwiww wm vary pair of aatff connecting thaeM White MMMctory ixmrnmn tb Umw Vkm aim haws aod hia building to exaraiiM to eMipll WsftaUly a very tfce toy e tr rW 1poo reach boy ia ekaffe M tops tit k platfom thai raw back 9twtMMi 1JW clJb met katTiM- - abwat toy iaai Tb im alsoaai a D B Momy tke sMstor wjhM Mr TV tJtanMkk wild rv 4 lU Met aad Mr Um fsHMtisll ia4 osi Uu Oat fit y plaiaora hm tmUmmf H m P MBVf Kfbiiaffts iuJow tried to spark HeWladiaUM c4gU waistrwJW At rat It wm tbomht k William Vfftor ba most you w mm lajared InUroally but only rwwivr4 m man voted o iBowrtooltfc Watv ajtojtt ats It wan at tkaf AMMM aaioc ofWaU 1W llKllfl iM Good uiaiijr RAtnrdav Â¬ Lewlsportc-Owens-boroMWPgr H pfllce Co The Lousville Henderson St Louis Company will make greatly reduced rates from all stations on its main lino to Louisville Sunday May 2 on account of match game of base ball Louisville vs Chicago Rate from this cilv for the round trip 1 60 from Stephensport 1 25 from Irvington 1 The first Wednesday after Easter was marked ou the social ralendar f Hih spring Benson as the sixth meeting of the LadleB Cooking Club Miss Eliz Â¬ abeth Sklllman had the honor of enter Â¬ taining them with other invited guests As hostess she undersands well the knack of making all have a most enjoy Â¬ able time At the hour of eleven a dainty prepared lunch was beautifully served and the entirp evening was pleas- Â¬ antly spent Railway some beautiful now hats John Dean was here onnfldilng ex- Â¬ pedition last Thursday Mr Dave Oldhams son Tom Is very low with typlnld fever Miss Paul went to Qlendenno last week to have a tooth extracted Mamie and Ruby Stone attended Easter services at Union Chapel Fishing la on a boom and tbo slaugh- Â¬ ter of our finny friends ia great Miss Zlpah CliambHss was the gurst of Miss Cora Wingato lost week J II Wingnto visited hia aunt in Han- Â¬ cock cqunty last Saturday and Sui day MIssTillie Stone and little sister Ruby went to Glendeane last week shopping Mrs Ellis Lloyd is very ill at her home on East Artnaby street Louisville Every article will be sold regardless of the price at James Kincheloes auction Mrs Fannie Lloyd of Fordsville went to Owensboro Wednesday to aee her mother who ia very ill Mrs Catherine Rogers ia very ill at her home on Third and lVarl streets Owensboro she is the mother of Mrs M W Stone Miss Octava Burton while returning borne from the funeral last week wes thrown from her horse aud badly injur- Â¬ ed Arm broken and otberwke bruised Lafr Beauchamp went to Glendeane one day last neek to buy furniture It looks a little suspicious for a bachelor to he building a new house and buying furniture aud even wanting a ladys work stand Quite a crowd went from here on the Mrs Kitty Davison Bell excursion Davis u Lafe Beauchamp Mrs Lottie Stoue Mr ReyMrs Rey Ed Stone Mra Jennie Moignu Willie Davison Kd T Davison wife and baby and a great many others Â¬ can we get tlio mont as- Â¬ for tlio least tnonoy Woro can wo find the best sortment to select from For bilious headache dyspepsia sour stomach malariaconstipa tion and all kindred diseases f TUTTS Liver PILLS AN ABSOLUTE CURE W W Watson Chief Train dispatcher of the Texas railroad and George Roab of Loulaville were the gueaUi of R N To all These Questions Just keep a coming to our store We can fulfill all Wo havo done it for others wo can do tho abovo Questions it for you Wo say j 1 Hudson Saturday Old Citizen Grlfiln Stith Dowell died at hia home In Blue Spring Valley In this county last Thursday morning after a protract- Â¬ ed lllnesa Mr Dowell was seventy nine years two months and fifteen days old and of this long life he spent seventy three years at the place of his death He was a member of tbe Methodist church sixty one years and part of that time an official member Mr Dowell was a suc- Â¬ cessful farmer He reared n large family nnd gave his children a liberal education He was a useful man in his commun- Â¬ ity Some one said of him He was a He died in confidence of peacemaker his neighbors Mrs S G Sholley of thla city was hia youngest daughter His other children ace Mrs Alonz3 Bennett Bewlevville Mrs Hettie McCans Mrs Moss Bennett Big Spring aud Mr Gus T Dowell of Ekron Tbo funeral was conducted by Revl D F Walton of Big Spring assisted by Rev S G Shelley of Death of an HOUSE DECORATIONS NEXT SUNDAY IS In Carpets In Straw Mattings In Lace Curtains THE FIRST SUNDAY IN MAY Customary to como out in a new Straw Hat Lighter Clothing of all kinds In Draperies In Picture Frames Wo want you to como and see tho selection Wo havo a line that will please you that in price will euit you We are Tlie People Como Who can fit you out and take a peep at our Spring Lino of Mens Boys and La- Â¬ dies Furnishings Boys and Girls Send us Seven Gents and wo will send you by return mail a SOAP DOLL called tho Yellow Kid Stands 4 inches high and is tho exact imago of the little rascal which has taken the day of the Brownies cute and tho latest novelty out Send to day this city in stamp GARFIELD Rft -- te W tmm blbk utj - Farmers are very busy at this writing Mrs Nicholas has a new cropper for this year Miss Eliza Macy was in town ope day last week 0 S Board has had a severe spell of sore throat Mr VVarnle Macy entered college Mon- Â¬ day at Hardlnsburg Miss Matue Johnson was the guest of Miss Essie Bruner Thursday To the rear with the pessimist the people need encouragement now Mrs Sarah Whitworth has a full stock of millinery goods tolling at cost Miss Eliza Hook spent a few pleasant hours in town last Tcursday evening Bro Bozarth will fil his regular ap- Â¬ pointment at Pleasant Grove the first Sunday la A lay Our Sunday school at Pleasant Grove Is progressing nicely Every body is invited to take a part Mr John Springgates house burned CHENAULT down Wednesday between 11 and 12 oclock occupied by Mr Edward Tabor Miss Ililand Nora Robeits visited in and brothers Most all their house fur- Â¬ niture and clothing were burned Mr Derby last Week Mr and Mrs T D Brodie are visiting Tabor has our heartfelt sympathy his mother this weok STEPHEN8PORT Mrs Abe Bennett will keep a nice line 4 i f millinery goods this spring R A Smith weut to Louisville Fri Â¬ Miss Jesslo Lime of Derby is visiting day relatives at this place this week Mis M Blaine wont to Louisville Mrs Ruth Gardner has returned to Sunday her home in Irvingtonatter an extended Visit at this place B F Payne Webster was in town Wednesday Irs A 3 Alloa started to Connecti- Â¬ Miss Diisy Watlington is visiting Iter cut laat week She was called there by a telegram from her son James aunt Mrs 0 II Watlington Chicken fighting seems to bo the go Godfrey Haswell Hardlnsburg was in now days oer the way I think such town Sunday the guest of friends Lep A Miller Hardlnsburg wss the barbarism ought to be prohibited gurst of Miss Ida Jarrott Sunday Clerk Cunningham is visiting his mother this week We were glad to see Mrs PMIo D Hatvkina Union Star Come again was the guest of Mrs R A Shellman him In our midst Rev Metcalf filled his regular appoint Â¬ Saturday Mrs Wash Payne and children went ment last Saturday night and Sunday to Sample Sanday to spend a fow days He delivered two excellent sermons Miss Rebecca M Owing is teaching with Mrs H Dowell Misses Mattle Milnor and Blanche quite a successful school at this place Severs of Uuion Star were in town SatÂ¬ She has tweuty four pupils at present Harry Roberts of Alton Ind made a urday the guests of friends flying visit to this place last Wednesday of Owensboro Dr Hardin Basham was in town last week practicing Ida We were glad to see his bright and smiling face in our midst profession That of dentistry Miss Gertrude Elder is at home from Miss Mittle McCubblns came ovr from Hardlnsburg Sunday to spend the an exteuded visit to relatives In Union home day with her parents Mr and Airs Geo county She brounht her slat with her Mrs Vancycle aud Mrs Sam McCubblns Elder A funny accident occurred to one of boal Tobweo spit tail hmok lour ltrt Anajr our neighbor boys not long ego He was To quit UtLucoo anally atta foraver be wag nctlc tull ot 1lte nerve ana yltrar take No To of course out courting and his horse ran Uo tbo wnnder worUer that make weak men strong All drujgUu Mo or II Cure guaran- into k barbed wire fence and tore his teed Booklet and sample free Addreei trousers thats all Sterling omedr Co Chicago or New York Tbe beautiful spring days havo come once more with all their splendor What Xora Cattle Fim ikert but Geo Fttlix Carter returned last week is more beautiful than spring spring would be but gloomy weather If from a visit to Dubolae county Ind we had nothing else but apring whew he had been to look out a location We have quite air Interesting Sunday He wai highly pleased with the country and the people While there he visited School at this place Uuy E Burch the gee Mock krw at 0 JRntepqhIer A teacher o the ladlea senior claw and He sky tula Misa Mapgle Brodie teacher of the 8m aw HRllnghFg gentlemens aealor claw Let the goqd baa Um Iwk short horn Durham tm W aver saw ad th flaet Hai aad work utillprofrese i Ha aaw a Coatwall yaarliaf atWp Mr FraeUr of Owensboro was heref toaab Mm wool on which maaawfa 13 jaba lonf Mr Garter advUaa a who gaaday vb1h and wad an iRtereaMiHf talk to the tula aitaklaf a locailo to visitHa aaye it thk k oatf Tpworth Leu la Haya of the bast lefruea tha di tyytdsw tot tiiemaalvaa trtot UIaftotrtisffSkJaftaMBtrTWi earth Â¬ n Dr Bells PineTar Honey cures coughs and colds It sooths the air passages It heals the bronchial tubes It strength- Â¬ ens weaklungi It builds up the tissues It enables the blood to receive it prop r Tne beautiful and accomplished Miss supply of oxygen Liebe Jones of Louisville was married Tuesday evening April 20 to Dr Bog goes of that city The ceremony whb performed at tbe residence of her sister Mis Richardson of the Knobs New Al- Â¬ bany lnd After a fashionable lunch they started dn an extended bridal tour May all your sweet dreams and anticipations be realized to their fullest extent and your tour through life long and beautiful The merry Jingle jingle of wedding bells are tinkling their musical tones through the gib tongue of Madam From Ladies is great We have Rumor spared no money nor time to meet These are beautiful balmy spring days The selection of our the weather is so clear and sweet and this demand We is donning her lovely garb line cant be beat anywhere mother earth of emeral Veen to dazzle our vision with show you a beauty so old and yet bo new for she wore the same gorgeous robe through the countltis attes past and yet she dons it bright and new as each warm breath of spring melts tbe glistening icicles from the rugged cllfls and sends them trick- Â¬ ling down the steep hill sides in tiny rills and gently kissing the lovely ferns they raise their heads from ttieir mossy beds aud wave and flutter softly in their glee and grow till they droop in long An elegant assortment of box rich plunus and thus floats the warm life giving beath from the Great King of paper quire paper such as Cranes Light till all nature is clothed in richest Bond in all the latest colors Our vendure aud tbe merry birds almcst line is a betiaty SEE US Â¬ burst their little throats with their hap py songs Â¬ STJLZERS The Demand For Fine Stationery BJPBSGS Ladies Delight l M 4 to Trade With Us Groceries Pure Fresh and Y Prompt Delivery i At Reasonable Prices- Is What Catches Them GREGOKY GTBSON CLOVERPORT KY - M rcai fG9 AMON M KINCHELOE Auction CLOSING OUT SALE The entire stock of HARDINSBURG KY SXSSGX JAS KINCHELOE AT jj WANTED HARDINSBURG KY CONSISTING OF WATCHES Solid Gold Filled Plated must nil 10000 I Pounds Wool I CLOCKS all Kinds SILVERWARE Solid Diamonds Opera Glasses Jewelry etc be sold at auction to the highest bidder SALE FRIDAY IBISO iaSTS APRIL 23 nitt 100 Dozen Chickens at 130 p m and 7 p m ami 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 11111 MI OTHER 11SES1S AT Ml OWN i Butter Feathers W E You cont nlord to Jmiss it house put up at any time Any article in the Kineheloe Jas Haseltine SA Salesman fb H troknrlU Circuit Caurt royullj bred Jack BROWN Ltsf Mm BeaJar IK7INQT0N KY JM oa Miif a I TikJb fft r L - tet5ita Jamt Attii v I Jume AUri hi lit n4 crxllort ufndanti Will terra a limited number oturet doling lh All ttnoni hTn tlairat uulaM th ut myiUhlo rur M to dtoeuu d hrrliy poiilUd la fro wlonof Atrclilmi txsftu t ita undarIgncd cowm htMa foal lb motwj du yrhaa Addiwahatasctr lh bet ihwhIr Ky p uptilf Uiu4 or tbt mar putitd wUh Iron Crow a h iODrthli olllct in lUrJIaiburir Mtcl with whit polstt nearly i kaada bh firm pruvcai oi or bfr the Km day of May iSty old fa a4 vlaa loaa id py hnd at CemialfiMcr J4 Olo Administrator fkjuliff f lSt I tMhd0MKhXBjtAajtiCw uir yn V Ala a yotBCjacIc ta sat ira r sJR i i vmJms S JfclAJM t11- - ft 8 NEWS 1897 THO Under tho strain he pushed tho comple- Â¬ tion ot his biography waving Death aside until the work was done J BRECKENRIlDGE WEDNE8DAY APRIL 28 Kftmblinjj Thought nsper read by Miss SaMIe Henry Do not let us place him among the Gods He was not ot their kind We by kkmo shall lose ids helpfulness if we raise him Ho was above tho level of tho throng Copyrighted a plain man like thousands of others How nlco to have a flag over every among us who just bided his timo Bchool houso it is such an ornaraontl mourned a little over disappointments aays ono How much like ourselves never hesi What a good idea to decorate the tate to acknowledge a mistaken plan graves ot the dead it makes the burial How unlike us smaller men I and was ground look so bright and pretty Bays not deaf when the moment came that another summoned him to definite unswerving What a homely old scare crow Horace action Grcolys statue makes tho ill fitting OWNEY THE MAIL DOG DEAD clothes and the great pudgy face sur- Â¬ mounted by a bald head are a blotch on Qreely Square says a third And so The Famous Friend of the Mail Clerks on and so forth until the heart grows Killed in Cleveland 0 weary at tho large proportion of people who gaze only at the outer aspect of flags Owney the famous Scotch terrier of public ceremonials and monuments tho railway mall service who has been We need more of a national imagination through Atlanta a number of times and so as to look back of scenic effects and who is familiar to all the postal clerks look deeper than the surface then are running into the city was killed in Cleve- Â¬ we ready to be thrilled by the real things land 0 last Friday for having bitten a and the real sufferings typified in wav Â¬ brakeman and a policeman ing bunting or silent bronze This dog was perhaps one of tho most 1 1 V If broadens and Imagination deepens life without it the past becomes almost silent to us With it tho great are our compaions and great deeds our native atmosphere This inner sense of appreciation transforms the plain con tents of a church into an arena where souls have struggled together for an eter- Â¬ By this power the least nal destiny memory of the city of Washington is that of rooms and buildings tho great esttbat of a place where mental con- Â¬ flicts fierco and furious have been fought out with mental weapons sharp- Â¬ ened and serviceable where national destinies have been made or marred by words light as air and heavy with fatp We Americans ought to make it a rule never to visit a monument without eith- Â¬ er before or after reading up the facts of the life potrayed before us We shall then quickly freo our selves from the nonsensical elements ot hero worship which impart to the hero strangely favorable circumstances and a condition of being with nobler possibilities than our heroes of the battle field or of Con- Â¬ gress of the pulpit or of commerce are men who have been in every way tried like we are disappointed often cheered occasionally determined ever This sane view of them will be the best view for gaining most of good from their careers Take as an example the celebration in General Grants New York this week tomb is practically completo these days will witness its dedication and transference to the care of the city of New York Thousands of soldiery and hundreds of thousands of citizens will be gathered near it for a few hours martial music and impassioned speeches will thrill the hearers and then the great crowds will melt away each individual returning to his pleasures or burdenB leaving the tomb to its motionless vigil over the dead Scenically the tomb is unique It will always be one of the notable features of the city raised in forceful shape where neither houses or commerce can ever hide it from view either by water or by land and unnumbered living and those yet to live will come to it to gaze and pass on Some will see in it less of grandeur than is posessed by the mauso- Â¬ leum of Hadrian in Home after which it Beems undoubtedly to have been modelled others will admire its stern square simplicity standing sturdily alone and unmoved amid the restlessness of the tide before it and the turmoil of the city behind it the few will think of Grant as a real person and see in his tomb the Bpirlt of the man who endured hard duties quietly met disappoint- Â¬ ments quietly enjoyed triumphs quiet- Â¬ ly It seems to me that all this pagean- Â¬ try and pride is the very last thing Grant the himself would have approved thought of being idly stared at by sight-Â¬ seers would have disquieted him The encouragement he gives to us or- Â¬ dinary individuals is great in every point He was not a brilliant man but he was a forceful persistent one who just tried to do right and if unsuccessful just tried again The thing that seemed a duty to him he would follow through thick and thin with the relentlessness of Death His greatness consisted in doing one thing well and that the thing he was best fitted to do It is no derogation from his usefulness as a model for the average life to say that he ceased to bo really great aR soon as the rumble of battle had died down At that moment he rose to the zenith of magnanimity when he declared Let there be peace when he returned the horses to the vanquished officers because they would need them for plowing and when he forbado either music or signs of exultation in the Northern Army while the arms of the Confederates were being stacked Prom that time on he was a very ordinary man a poor judge of human nature while President a hasty man in connection with one or two colonizing schemes Ban Domingo es- Â¬ pecially a poor business man in associ Â¬ ating himself even in name with a hare- Â¬ brained gambling plan Yet like the light at eventide after a day of storm which seems to call back all the possible glorlesof the hours that are past his sublimity ot character re asserted it self when the doom of death His had been pronounced upon him last three months were grand in the ex Â¬ treme Not even the long struggle oi wounded Garfield with Death could equal Grants fortitude Fully conscious that the anglo whose behests he had followed in the time of war had now omeor him painfully aware of the shattered fortune ho seemed forced to leave nervojly sensitive to the igno minioiM effect brought upon bis life by boa yrhom h had trusted in his tin- i Ilka way he set his will to tktoryfrora defeat Oh on oa wUte the saada of life werfc bbyiiff -om o Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ V blessedly Li I peculiar that ever lived lie seemed to to have a perfect mania for riding in mail cars and has ttnveled many miles over the country from Main to Califor- Â¬ nia He was a general pet with all the mail clerks and always wore a collar around his neck bearing the inscription 1 am Owney the postoffice dog He was perhaps tho only dog that had ever been around the world It was two years ago that hie friends presented him with this trip and he Bailed on a steamer from San Francisco to Yokohama where he was well received by the mail men but lost one eye in a street fight with an- Â¬ other dog Fioin here ho went to Hong Kong Shanhai and Singapore and sailed through tho Suez lying on a pile of mail sacks He spent some time at Algiers and at Liverpool and finally landed back in the United States where he re- Â¬ commenced his trips with tho mail clerks Several week ago a Chicago superin- Â¬ tendent issued an order prohibiting dogs Owney from riding in the mail cars was therefore forced to quit his old time habits and it was probably from his ill temper on this account that he met his death Atlanta Constitution To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure 25c For Sale by It A Shell man Stepuensport Ky SAYS ITS A TOKEN Chicago Preacher Believes the Sun posed Airship To Be a teaming A 1 i jcriirLL i Easter day commemorating the cen- Â¬ tral fact Of our religion has always been sTSrtUl4i fflsfJsWjNLff f3 regarded as the chl f festival of thn christian j oar ami has been from earliest times observed in both slattily and sim- Â¬ ple forms and ceremonies Tho purpose of this artlcltt In not to givo an elaborate exposition of thcpn forme ritual observant a or the iiihiiv curious and interesting customs of which the giving or sending of Easter eggs is the most wide spread The Easter festival is tho oldest and greatest of the christian festivals It is Granny Metcalfe not observed by divine command nor is it apostolic but it has a very early origin I am 17 ytrt tad oitd tboai all ft U eouifc tad lang rtmd1a tatl hhrm ten wl4 ditiif and is now almost universally observed r ijr Hfi tint ftf tit bontQIftf tbffrlaf I vlll qial to Da lUut lit at I tut utter used m rme4 We may congratulate ourtelvt s that rim Tab Ifnwtv It flft qiltk aad wrntnrDl r other Mr1t lift In grlpp ti welt kto It t we live in day when the controversy as I at b wiihovl It and ear kn U the Mi UuU UtTeAiraTMfloaUkitaRtradaeabtKe to tho date is no longer heard Wo learn from St Ambrose that in 337 DR BELLS tho churches of Gaul kept Easter on March 21 while the churches of Italy postponed it to April 18 and tlios of Egypt a week later dill to April 25 ami it appears from an epistle of Leo tie Great that In 455 there was eight davs d I fie re nee between the Roman nuil Alexandrine faster But uow it is enough that it stands as commemorative of the Is sold by alt druggist or sent upon receipt Resurrection of our Risen Lord The of price 25a Sua and l per bctUe by rJw s ti e x surid attiM r resurrection of our Lord from the dead is the supreme doctrine of Christianity He himself made so many statements relative to His rising from the grave Unit to BEST one believing in His divinity and His mission a rejection of tho doctrine of the resurrection would be impossible Paul furnishes us with the most beautiful Illustration of the resurrection Ah the seed is put in the ground and dim while from the germ there springs up a new and more beautiful life to every seed a likeness of his own body How could wo bear the grief of to day if it were not for this hope How many of us can on this Easter day claim to havo done our duty 7 But thats where the beautiful part of the Easter day comes in If we fell yesterday we can lift ourselves up to day aud praying hope todo better things These words are wedded Your Choicu of Any of the Highest to each other Banter and hope There 100 Bicycles 1897 Grado can never be a single soul entirely unModel Free of Cost by Us- Â¬ happy while it cun lay claim to a little hope and united with faith and charity ing some of yourSpre hope grows to make life bo beautiful aud Moments it becomes so certain until believing and hoping you see pictured on the white leaves of the lilies that city which has about it the glory of God The great strides made ly Tiik Nw York When God shall wipe away ail tears Times within he Jan few months form n notable for all eyes will be bright with j y and chapter In Americsn Journal lim During a perind of general business depression Tiik New York there is no temple therein fur creeds are Times has made sternly proicreis having within unknown and each soul sends foith like six months nearly doubted lis circulation This a sweet inceise its glorification of God growth while indeed gralllin serves only to The sight of tho beautiful lilies and stimulate the management to grea er efforts With Times cfTtiE New a view to others of Gods sweet tokens make roe In hornet the Introduction now receivedYork the where where it Is not feel the truth and beauty of the follow- Â¬ improvement that has been made may not be known ing lines which 1 give to you as an a plan has been devised to reward thse who insy earnest of my feeling for you one and all assist in the work of increasing its circulation br on Easter Sumlsy BHRCKHNRIDOH NEW9 OliOVRHPOR livMatittMiaaMiMi mmm mm unm lrliln EASTER KY MdstaafidartwtHfiMnMAMiJtfe fHBsrflPJsri ra IV7 tiltmvfliB rjhlpiershiil1 mark all psokhges plainly with shlppors name and poit nflW sddreal KV tirll T J jfBSugJC tot the flftilltott SSWafJ - eafp - Bisr VOCAL t friD INSTRUMENTAL TO PUN0 ANf ORDAN HOTTER Ohnlne country Md1nm Creamery II V 5 13 10 CENTS w 16 ill 30 K008 C Mh VA PKATIIKrvrl white govt 9b ffttnf Mitel Old He 1 II ins daek POUIjTRY jstaid 21 fis On Ufa 20 By the most popular authors bf to day Ivduard Ilolsi Charles Graham J F Plyrin Harry Furncss Gussic h Davis Oto llclioe The Phil McDonald John T Connors Tcrcy Arnold and others Two Little Down Went McGinty samo authors who composed The Fatal Wedding Lighthouse by the Sea Girls in Blue and other popular successes Marine Band March Happy Birds Alt music new and never on sale before Title pages handsomely Illustrated hi colors Printed from now copper plates on best uuaHty heavy music paper full size 11 x 14 inches i Finest sheet music ever placed on a piano per lb Spring Chiokeni per dos Doeki per lb Ueese per dot Now La POTATOES 165 unra 2 aO 9 Uli Irlh per barrel ss J 00 VT wct potatoes per bbl From itnr 1 to 5 ots higher Nav Iteans per bushel ROOTS ninaeng fienlca Snake Pink Yellow Wild llnKor Lady Slipper May Apple Blood t i 603 ru Qfr 7J MAILED POST PAID FOR 10 CENTS EACH SELECT FROM TUB POLLOWlNd J 340 276 31 15 31 5 6 USTl Â¬ ne Tar Honey UK 2H Bid Me Good bycforevtr 10 FIEtDHBFD3 Timothy per bushel bushel Clover Grim inn Olorer per bushel Bed Top pea bushel Orchard Grass per bushel Blue Grass fanoy bushel Blue Grass extra per bushel Onlnn Peti Yellow per 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exploded Dr B Mitchell a colored revivalist and physician who cures by medicine and by faith declared to his followers yesterday that Divine Provi- Â¬ dence had reveald to him that the air- Â¬ ship was not an earthly invention but the secoud coming of Christ The world is wickeder than ever he said There are warnings in the Bible and no one has heeded them and this that they call an airship is another warning for the people to be ready Men make the report that it is an air- Â¬ ship to keep them from believing in Jesus Christ The devil he is on earth himself has got the people crowned with darkness so that they cant see Though thou on lonely Them is an eye that will mark thy loneliness and brighten all thy sorrow Though th u must toll among cold and sordid men With nono to echo back thy thoughts or lave thee Hope on dtar heart for all Is not In vain Since heaveu Is over all and God above thte Croup and whooping cough are child- Â¬ hoods terrors but like pneumonia bron- Â¬ chitis andvother throat aud lung troubles can be quickly cured by using One Min- Â¬ ute Cough Cure Short Haynes A Farmers Dream Once a farmer had 1800 bushels of wheat which he sold not to a single grain merchant but to 1800 different dealers a bushel each A few of them palJ him in cash but far the greater number said it was not convenient then but would pay later A few months passed and the mans bank atcouut ran low How is this 7 he said My 1800 bushels of grain should have kept me in affluence until another crop Is raised but I havo parted with the grain and havo instead only a vast number of accounts so small and scattered that 1 cannot get around to collect it fast enough to pay So he posted up a public expenses notice and asked all those who owed him to pay quickly But few came The rest said Mine is only a small matter and I will go and pay one of these days for- Â¬ getting that though each w count was very small when all were put together they meant a large sum to the man Things went on alius the man got to feeling so bad and rolled and tossed about so much in his efforts to collect that he fell out of bed and awoke and running to liis granary I mnd his 1800 bushels of wheat still Bafe lie had only been dreaming and hadnt sold bis wheat at all offering to any man woman or child any one of the standard high grade onehundrcddoIUr bl cjcles 1897 model if they will secure one hundred 100 new subscribers for Tub New York Timer each for three months j If delivered by carfler it jo If sent by mail That no effort to Increase the circulation of Tiik Niw York Times may go unrewerded to those who find they cnnot secu e more than fifty subscribers for three months each the choice will be given of any fifiy dollar retail priie bicycle American manulacture and to those who in their efforts fill short ol filly sub scribers there will be paid 50 cents in cash for every subscriber less than fifty YOUR REMEMBER YOU CAN HAVE CHOICE OK ANY BICYCLE OF AMERICAN MANUFACTURE DR EVANSVILLE 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will take His people with Him aud leave the wicked to be cast away to the devil and his imps I cant eay when Christ will come and I cant say how many will be saved I was convinced from the first he said that it could not be an airship No man who is smart enough to get up such a thing would do so without telling the people about it and letting them know who he was and when he expected to fiy He would want tho whole coun- Â¬ try there to see him start and arrange for brass bands and flowers everywhere he stopped I tell you man is to vain not to claim all the earthly honors and glory he can get Then to see how long that so called airship lias been up there drifting about from pillar to post Its been a month since I first heard of it and in that time if it was an airship the man whos running it would have to light somewhere to get himself food and drink No sir that aint no airship Its Jesus Christ coming in the clouds as the Bible says to take possession of this world The Saviors feet will 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000 jAJlAAAAAA Jacob y Breckenridge News 1807 Atlanta BIG SPRING KY Constitution Tli6 Watermelon Outlook The frost of last week hasplayed havoc with the watermelon crop around Colum- Â¬ bus and nearly all the patches of this juicy and popular fruit will have to be replanted as the cold touch of Jack Frot killed most of the young vines There is yet time however to replant the hills thathave been desolated which will be done without delay Thus the colored contingent can breathe easy for there will be a crop of this delicious fruit after all It will not be a large one though for from aecouuta received it seems that the watermelon Crop will be greatly reduced and it is understood that in the sections further South where the cultivation ql the watermllllon is a specialty not so much attention is be- Â¬ ing paid to this branch of fruit as here- Â¬ tofore This is because the market has buen overstocked and consequently prices are not what were desired and ept cted When the spring time comes gentle Annie like all other sensible persons will cleanse the liver and renovate the system with De Witts Little Early Risers famous little pills for thd liver and stom- Â¬ Haynes ach all the year round 8hort Seeing Airships intelligent newspaper reader can have observed the numerous columns of airship literature which decorate and en- Â¬ liven our journals these days without commenting on the difference in the air- shirrspecles as It is reported from dfTer- ent sections of the country In Milwau- Â¬ kee where the metropolitan boverage Is lager beer and where people do not drink in the day time the aihip Is al- Â¬ ways observed between midnight and 4 oclock in the morning and moves about in the atmosphere at a distance of a few hundred feet from the earth show- Â¬ ing flickering lights and always seeming to be uncertain aa lo its course No Dovrnt N II Oct 31 1807 The Balm reach Messrs Ely Bnos ed me safely and in so short a time the My son says the effect 1s surprising first application gave decided tellef I have a shelf filled will Catarrh Cures To morrow the stove shall receive them and Elyd Cream Balm will reign su Â¬ premo Reepectfully Mug WEDNESDAY APRIL 28 Turkey ia 1877 and 1897 From the Globe Democrat In the case of Turkey history often ru if 4 - K 1 - j ijfc- - i peata itself with startling fidelity Twen Â¬ ty yeara ago almost to a day a conflict b gan with Turkey which altered the map of Southeastern Europe in several places and again that country has entere 1 on a struggle which promises to have an Im portant intluence on its destiny In April 1877 as ihprjk 1897 the afesault on Turkey started though in each case the provocation liad existed from a per iodlqng before the actual opening of hos tllitiesiv Ierzegovina Bosnia and Bul garia had risen up in revdlt against the Turk in 1875 and 1870 and had been put down with Bavaae barbarity the Bulgar Ian atrocities of the laUer year resem Â¬ bling the Armenian maasacna of 180q aud 1800 and the atrocities against the Cretans in 1807 Then as now tio great powers or some of them protested against Turkish ferocity but then as now the powers were jwalous of each other and discordant and Turkey per- Â¬ sisted in its savagery Thus far the parallel between 1807 and 1877 is complete but in 1877 Turkeys enemy was far more powerful than its present foe Russia was the Mussulmans assailant twenty years ago and Russia was assisted by some of the Balkan peo- pie then or until a short time previously k under the Turkish yoke The menace to Turkey was vastly greater twenty years ago than it ia now bo far as sur- Â¬ face indications rev a1 for all the Bal- jkan states declare they will remain neu itral this time But if Greece gains a few victories at the outaet their neutrality Is likely to quickly end Turkey has some territory which each of the little Balkan nations want to round out their frontiers but which they are afraid to strike for immediately lest vengeance should bo visited upon them when Greece is beat en uut it TurKey meeis wuu a jew ser ious reverses this dread will be removed and then Greece may get a few allies which will CQunt in the conflict But in any event the war which has now begun will attract earnest attention throughout the world A rising against the Turks in Macedonia and in the part ofEplriMi which is still outaldeof the Greek domain Is of course morally cer- Â¬ tain and this will strengthen Greeces The odds however in popula- Â¬ hands tion number of soldiers and in general military resources are heavily In avor of Turkey Greece though haa the sym Â¬ pathy of the people in all the Christian nations foreveuln Husa and Germauy the mot reactionary of Europes great states the mosses wish Greece to win Despite BonaparttTa dictum that Frovi 4ence ou the side of the heaviest bat- ilAoui the worlds history shows that ttie battle is not always to the rtrong There is a chance that some of the great Miloua may ba drawn iuto the confl ct in which cawallof them would be likely a participate but tbi chance seems to tmnmote It U m to predict that Tur wy wtil wet UTftlloweil by the mMoihs Franklin Fkkbjun XoXtnley as a Horseman Waihlngtnn Cor Chicago Record PreeldenUMcKialey Is now riding a white horse1 and if he would wear a cocked hat ho would look very much like Napoleon but he insists upon wear Â¬ ing a silk hat ami u frock coat made of black broadcloth which gives him a cler- Â¬ ical instead of a ruililtary appearance He alts a horse well and handles his bridle gracefully but everybody who pretends to know what is what thinks he ought to change bla costume General Miles wbp goes out with him every day wears what the Engtfslt call a hunting cot with a black slouch hat and rides a handsome black ohargar yety suitable forth Qwipral of the army No man el Mfusssrn Kwjw tu tlhnsubMr revce la tho world looks better oa horseback if U fotnm ot wrtarw gittt the Jut thi Gwrl Mil When he wentout the whole spirit yetttnlitf afternoon the President mm Ur Fabtt uil ta4ti4N QfibtAtw r hotll to Owners Mil rods fd by i4 white m the im behind them ctuua acrtry Turtwy mH imummtt Portrt Cap Â¬ oottmrftcHM rw It will tain IKJohUr of Owwtwl Milts aUfl iwryrtaW pWoa of iir the mm4 to lark ftoiu njpe mewttMir MMW to Mid OwmU Osbort wit baud ba hflttf ptwtty feood tltM q fidnud iftL The department of Agriculture has issued n stutinth al report showing the numbers and prices of farm animals in the United Mut on January 1 1807 It Ih fht cially nil itsliiig uud valuable In regard to the home breeding industry which iu the last few yeais has taken a downward c unm and continues tube much illHlurhed This statu of nf laiiHln usually uttribttttd to the rapid introduction of the trolley and the bicycle nut the figures submitted by the department prove these to have been nob it minor causes Most of the decline In pricts is due to the heavily increased production of horses on tne newly open ed ranges ol the West and the facilities afljrded for handling the traffic by the We are Continually studying the needs of the People transcontinental lints of railway The we deal with and endeavoring to give them a world has never before seen so laige a region suddenly made available for LESS MONEY QUALITY hoiBe brcedliig Between the years 1889 aud 1803 the number of horses in Mon- Â¬ Can we win than they can find elsewhere tana Wyoming Colorado New Mexico your patronage by Square Dealing and Liberal and further west increased from 1470 08 to 1 U7i623 or about one third Treatment in Every Way Tlie surplus was shipped to outside markets lu the year 1800 the average price of hotcs lu the United Slates was 16980 From 1883 lo 1889 the average price ranged between 170 CO and 74 01 the latter price having been reached in 1834 By 1892 the average was U5 01 Tho rapid decline set in after 1803 in which year the uvernge price was 0122 The figure in 1804 was 4783 in 1805 30 20 iu 180U 31 07 and at the beginning of We have engaged the services of MISS GEORGIA the preBeut year 3151 Ou Western reputa- Â¬ She has a high UNSEL for this season rungts the prices are about the lowest tion as a Trimmer Would be pleased to have you on record The average price of a horse call get prices and see the New Goods but what it was m there isand of two fifths ofthan one half mules less in 1884 In tome parts of the lange country borers are rated at 2 a head They have even been given avny or shot to save pasturage Jneap western horses have rtdticed breeding iu the eait and south uud it is well known that their quality is inferior to that of the horses displaced Ah to its future the Department of Agriculture takes an encouraging view fTt uud glyi s the reason for it Since 1803 the Lumber of liorbes in tho western di vision has dtclmed from 1072523 to 1 020 402 or nearly 18 per cent Our for- Â¬ eign expoits of liorses have grown from 3000 a year prior in 1803 ro 28000 iu 1800 The horee has lost much of its value as a product in western breeding areas and they will be devoted to in- Â¬ dustries that pay better An improving demand is reported fur the better class of horses especially young ones for draft and driving purposes The department expresses the belief that the depression bringing alout tno present low pneo ot in the horse market has already passed A ROAD EXPERIMENT f horses And wo find another making its lowebt polut Probably there is no the prepositions t tuteuieut that bicy- dirt cuou iu which tho breeder cau look Durability f VltrMuil ISrlck Pavement t clists and tho mauuluctuurs of stouo for better pric s more hopefully than in llo Iilly Teitud Tho successful use of vitrified brick crushers and of brick aro tho ouly oues that of good quality At all events the for tho paving of streets has caused benefited by good roads So long as tho market for cheap horses of ptor quality much discussion of its adaptability to farmer stands iu his own light after is greatly overstocked country roads iu sections whero good this fashion uud refuses to lend his en stotio for macadam U not readily ob Â¬ couragement to n movement inteuded to boncilt him moro than any oue olee tainable BIG SPRING how can ho expect to hotter his present Tho pcopla of Moumonth township couuty Ills have the credit of bard lot Others aro not going to do it Warren being tho first iu this country to pavo a for him Mr E W Jones has returned from country road with bricks This experi Â¬ the city The True Remedy ment will bo watched with much inter Â¬ Grifiln Dowell living near here died W M Riplne editor Tiskilwa 111 est by all who aro concerned iu road im We wont kpep house Thursday April 22 Chief says provement iu tho prairio regions This road was built by contractors at without Dr Kings New Discovery for John Morris went to LouUvillo Sun- Â¬ about DO cunts per running foot The Consumption Coughs and Colds Ex day topurchato goods ground was prepared for it by grading perimented with many others but never Mrs Meyer has returned home from and hoiuir allowed to stand for two got the true remedr until wn used Dr Louisville where she been visiting xuontlid It was treated to nu occasional rem- Â¬ relatives scraping eo thut it would pack evenly Kings New Discovery No other edy can take its place in our homo as in Rev Hartford and Dr Bean of Vine it we have a certain and sure cure for Grove were the gu b u of lUv Walton 5WifcsMrtiCoughs Colds Whooping Cougn etc last Tliu s Jay It Is Idle to experiment with other remMrs McMeaior who has b en visiting edies even if they are urged on you aa CIMIbd MCTION OK MUCK UOAU ictora weio ready to just as good as Dr Kings New Discov- Â¬ relatives here left last Wednesday to and wlifii tho visit her sister Mrs Judge Woolfolk ol huril uud ovou us a ery They aro not as good becausethls lay brick ir wiu floor remedy has a record of rnn n and hesidfa Meade bprlng Tho flrat thiug wn Mttin the curb- Â¬ is guaranteed Kuv Walton who has been sufTsring It nnver falls to satisfy ing Tliii wm moUo ofJ hy 0 inch oak Tilal bottle free at A It Fishers Drug from an attack of lumbago we are glad plank set ceveu ltet ipavt and held by Store to gay is able to be out again IH luetics long uud put oak stake V of D Howard Mr and Mrs down every four Kit lusldo this was Urandenburg were here last Suuday the put a 5 inch bed of sand This was The Parsons Philosophy evened up uid the single courbo of To A colored revivalist was told by a guests of Miss Lydla Clarkson paving biicJiH was put dowu They Miss Jiettie Clarkson has returned of his chuich that it wasnt his wero set on edge uud uutku a flue road- Â¬ member preaching that converted tho people but from Ellzihethtowu where she has been bed Outsldo the curb two feet of tho visiting her Bister Mrs Dr OCouuer crushed rock was lJid graded up to the singing of the choir He replied Dats all right I Ef I only ketch em mako nu easy approach This makes a Mr and Mrs Fuller Gros of Ven road 11 feet wido uud the finest iu the hit doan make no diuunc how leys trees were here shopping last Tuesday land Tho cartii road ou each sido was kotched Der main thing is ter ketch aud were the guests of Mr aud Mrs graded uud worked making it all 40 em en pitch em ter klngdom cnme Meyer feet wide mid utfordlug trucks ou each Atlanta Constitution Rev G O Overton our presiding elder sido for ufio iu dry weal her Btopped wifb us Ust Friday evening and Thcso vitrified bricks aro not inado of cloy but of u peculiar shale rock aud Louisville Ivy March 10 1807 I preached oue of his impressive sermons aro so excccuiugiy naru mat ah suarp have had an attack of malarial levrr He wes ou his way to Constantino edged frubiueut will cut Iron or stcol every year for several years pHSt Some K Alex Abraham the Infant son of Mr mo to try llou ECONOMY OF HARD ROADS one advised began taking it s IParsapait and Mrs Alex Scott died last Tuesday rilla and I take We from h o wiplicaioii ol ilistjana They Bare Money For AH but More EsÂ¬ every spring and fall and liavn fiutid it extend our heart felt sympathy to the pecially for the farmer excellent for malaria and other similar bereaved parents Tha wcukuuss of tho common nrgu diseases Other members nf my family Jaunh Meyer have opened up their ment of tho farmers that good roads aro have also takeu It with benefl Mrs K millinery department with a beautiful of beuefit to wheelmen ohly is brlofly Poschinger 024 E Main St and forcibly 6hovn by a writer In tho an 1 complete jlino of goods with Miss To one who Chicago Record Ho says act harmoniously with Georgia Uusel a chinning young lady Hoods Pills is accustomed to hard roads the discus-Â¬ in charge who can trim to suit the taste sions of Illinois farmers ou tha futility Hoods Sareaparilla 25i of the ra st fastidious U constructing them seem rilonloua It would seem as if the reason would this season of the year colds gener Â¬ At When a cold Is contracted cure it at teach them that it would bo more pleas Â¬ ally affect the lungs worse than at any to suy tho least to drive pver a other time Dr Bells Pine Tar Houey once One Minute Cough Cure will set ant hard road that would only Jxicomo a will break a cold In less time than any you on the road to recovery iu a minute trifle sloppy iu tho worst wouthpr than bronchitis known remedy and it strengthens and It will cure pneumonia to struggle through the stickiest of mud all It is soaraoly better wheu H freqzos I invigorates the lung and bronchial croup and auorrforma of iiing and throat ct uaynes irouutes havo known farmers fn western Illinois tubes to completely wear out a uow buggy by driving over the rough rquds where ou hul roads tho wluter season would havebccn but little harder upou a vo blohTtbnn any other Hard roads sbqatit bo looked upon not as a luxury ulouo but as u matter of economy although luxuries thoy un Â¬ t doubtedly are Put let tho Illinois farmer consider iu how many ways he is hampered hU workhlndered per Â¬ haps his crops sold at a loss all ou uo couut of bad roads and lie will come ta the conclusion that bicyclists are uot the puly ones Interested iu tho good oda movement It seenu a weak sort of argument apou which to base opposition la this wwh needed reform tht ftxwum to oppose the movement btoawsa Moy Yo citato aro in favor of Jijw Mch m rgiNeit we lad advanced at wJc H Illinois farweN iunUtute the r oonsldM hiif tb wlmlmiai m tfa te V u4oi nyaf tk fwpuw tided bk bkveksJiwta ceHsM H Â¬ ANDY CATHARTIC xibca7b CUREC0NST1PATI0H 10 ALL 25 50 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED pie nd booklet frw Ad RTKKMNG KEEIT tOCMwHontrfilCiirK XaTXSfSte Tork DRUGGISTS til than EVER BEFORE for - Â¬ SAMPLE Deferred from last vrcek GRAYSON COUNTY Irom The Grayson Gatette1 Department HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR I Meyer Â¬ Mr Claud Grant was in town one day last week Mr J M Matttngly has moved to Har- Â¬ din Grove Ind Mr Eugene Connor has rented the Mattlngly property Mr Ed Brown Is on the sick list He is some batter at this writing Miss Annie Brown was the guest of Belle Hampton Friday evening Mr and Mrs Gibson entertained a large crowd last Thursday night Miss Belle Hampton was the guest of Mrs Nancy Squires last Thursday Mrs Graham Jolly was visiting friends in Stephensport one day last week Mrs J H Hampton was the guest of Mrs Eugene Connor Friday evening Miss Ellen Hampton was the guest of Miss Jabe Brown last Friday evening Mr Clark Owensboro was the guest of Mr Henry Gibson Thursday night Miss Annie Bennett was the guest of little Ella Gibson last Thursday night Little Annie Comnton of Webster was visiting relatives at that place last week Mr J M Stllwell of Hetulereon is yislting friends and relatives near Sam- Â¬ ple Mr Lee of Owensboro is visiting his daughter of this place Mrs Carltou Ad kins Rev B F Hampton was visiting his father at this pace a few days last week Mr June Brickuy was tho guest of Miss Gertrude Brown last Wednesday Charley Armstrong sou of the late Rev Armstrong died at his home in Little Clifty neighborhood last Tuesday after an Illness of several days Owing to the fact that tho roads were iu such a bad condition and tho difficul- Â¬ ty in securing witnesses the work of the grand jury was somewhat hampered Only 20 Indictments were returned dur- Â¬ ing tho week Last Tuesday morning Evan Saps house out near the George Wortham place burned down The fire occured shortly after breakfast while he was away at a neighbors and caught from a defective flue to the cook stove Dr John W Conklln and Miss Effle Rogers will be married next Wednesday April 21st at 715 p m at the residence of Miss Rogers father Mr John B Rog- Â¬ ers As no cards will be issued a gener- Â¬ al invitation is extended to all their friends Perhaps the oldest resident of Gray sou county was William Cummings who died on Reedy March 30 1807 having attained the ripe old age of ninety five years nine monthB and eighteen days He was born before Thomas Jefferson was elected President and while this country was a wilderness and when the red man and the bear and the wolf roamed the forest He was the father of twenty two children and had sixty nine grand children He was a strict member of tho church and was a Dem- Â¬ ocrat throughout his entire life One by one the old pioneers are disappearing from among us It will not be long un- Â¬ til not a single one will be left Peace be to the ashes of this good man though he led an uneventful life he waa a clev- Â¬ er man an honest citizen a good hus band and father and a deyoted friend Â¬ Thirty years is a long time to fight so paintul a trouble as piles but Jacob Mitchell of Unlonville Pa struggled that long before he tried DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve which quickly and perma- Â¬ nently cured him It Is equally elect- Â¬ ive in eczsma and all skin affections Mrs J II Hampton was visiting her Short Haynes brother near Hardinsburg last Saturday and Sunday Everybody Says So Mrs Chas Compton and Mr Nelson Cascarets Candv Cathartic tho most won- Â¬ Gibson were visiting Mrs Henry Gibson derful medical discovery ol tho agopleas ant and refreshing td tho taste act gently last Friday and positively on kidneys liver and bowels Mrs Sanford Whitworth was the guest cleansing tho entire system dispel colds cum hcadacho fever habitual constipation of her mother Mrs Susan Roberts one and biliousness Please buy and try a box of O C C to day 10 Si r0 cents fcfoldanl day last week guaranteed to cure by all druggists night Little Bruce Jolly the son of Uev Gid Jolly has left the city to regain his health Mr and Mrs J H Hampton were the guests of Mr aud Mrs Lee Stewart last Friday Mr Mack It ibblns was the guest of Miss Mary Hampton last Wednesday evening Mr Chas Stllwell near Hardinsburg was visiting his sister last Sunday at this place Â¬ Rev Kelley filled his regular appoint- Â¬ ment at this place Saturday night and Sunday morning Sunday School will be organized at this place at 3 oclock Suuday evening All are cordially invited Mr Juno Mattlngly and Miss Lucy Jolly were guests of Miss Ella Gibson last Thursday evening Â¬ j Mifss Ethel and Annie Compton were gusts of Miss Ella Gibson of this place last Friday evening People dont forget the fishing party at tho fills of Sinking the First Satur- Â¬ Come everybody day in May We know you wont regret it Rev B F Hampton is on his way to Tracy City Tt nn where he expects to He has gone to the remain for a while mountains to recuperate his health It seems as though our church mem- Â¬ bers have gone to sleep Wake up friends and tell us if you have dreamed of our prayer meeting on Sunday night Brown Mary Hampton Ger Â¬ trude Brown Mr B F Hampton aud C M Rohblns wore the guests of Miss BmIIo Miess Oanle Burnett Lsna Hampton alone hna dUtanced all competitors IM IXI and SUM ahoei are W L Douitla the production of 111111011 workmen from tiie Alio beat material poululo at these price Lw and 110 hoe for men liw im and 1 173 tor hoya W L Douglas ahoe are Indorsed by over lMDUU wearer as the best In style tit and durability of any sboe ever offered at tbe prices Tbey 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NEWS OMYHRPORT KY Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 28 1897 Gloomy Hopeless Life ADDED TO THE FLOOD HEAVY mode GENERAL GOMEZ OUTLINES HIS PLAN OF CAMPAIGN I f M I1 I i At Greeuvillo the river fell two tenths of a foot in 24 hours At Memphis a fall of ono tenth of a foot is recorded 000 GLENDEANE The river nt Cairo is falling at nu in Â¬ Tho old excuso of tho Spaniards that creased rate Tho big stream hns uomoz coma escapo tnem oniy Dccauso dropped niuo tcnths of a foot during his wholo force was cavalry and their Nails 2 a keg at Julian Browns tho last 24 hours and the gauge now infantry can not bo used now as the Pay train out today and money allow reads 427 or 27 feet abovo tho danger Spanish columns operating against Gomez havo moro than 15000 cavalry Coffee 25c to the dollar saved Julian line Rain is falling at Cairo and the weathor is somewhat cooler at this time The fact is that in 13 Brown years of war against Spain and during FIGHTINGTHE FLOOD his life with the Spaniards until ho Miss Amanda Deane has been Bick for reached the rank of major in the Span several days Weak llacei In tho Now Orlrans Levees ish army Gomez acquired such a Heine Strengthened Cash paid for produce at Julian knowledge of his foes that he can fore- Â¬ New Orleans April 20 Tho river see their plans Browns is still 10 foot abovo low water and tho They havo no originality ho said fine stretch of weather has enabled the Mrs W R Moorman has gone to Mi to tho Sun correspondent Gasco and levee forces to hold tho bankB despite Luqno and all other Spanish generals wood to visit her parents tho torrifiio strain Tho fight is a costly now opposed to me have tho same Buy your axes at 40c at Julian ono as can bo judged from tho fact tactics A Spanish general with tho ozception perhaps of Martinez Campos Browns that the last weeks work on tho Car- novcr has an idea of his own Ho Jeeso Seaton and sister Miss Georgia rollton levee about ono fiftieth of tho always follows tho old routine and city system cost 14000 gives the same orders avoiding a fight visited tho Misses Willis Sunday A number of weak snots havobeon when he believos tho enemy strong and Miss Neddie Hunter of McDaniels added to tho list but the levco boards attacking when he believes them weak was here Saturday enroute to Ruth have gone piomptly to work in all cases relying ever on numerical superiority Mr Curtis our R R agent will at and danger bus been bridged over I have kept only the best armed Captain Derby ef tho United States men in our army and began that ter- Â¬ once begin building his house engineers has already begun arranjeo rible warfare which is exhausting the meuts to rebuild tho levees whore de Â¬ Our merchant went with the crowd resources of Spain and annihilating her fective leveo soldiers Whenever a Spanish column Saturday and spent the day in Louis- Â¬ river has and the over board across the turned threo lovees to tho passes it is fired on and harrassed withville governments supervision out cessation by tho Cubans Tho Henry Butler went up to the Buras Spanish soldiers are hunted as wild FLOOD IN TOWA beasts Every shot of tho Cubans is neighborhood Saturday to move some All Ilullroad Trnfllc Has Been Abandoned aimed at a particular man in tho Span man and family to Glendeane at Ottumwa ish lines Mr Raley Powell and Mis Sarah Bur- Â¬ Their big mosses of men ore usoless Ottumwa la April 20 Tho river against this modo of warfare The nett went up to Hardlnsburg one morn Â¬ broke tho levoes Saturday night and more there are tho mqro we can chastise ing last week and were flooded tho bottoms carrying several married them Fifty Cubans can in this way houses down stream In somo placos mako havoo among 5000 Spaniards Charley Deant either catches moro The Spanish always enter the towns fish than anybody else or knows how to the water is abovo the first story of tho houses One Burlington main lino leaving behind on the rods a trail of dead Thus they are reduced in num Â¬ spin out better fish stories than any of track is impassable and hundreds of the others men aro at work attempting to prevent bers and made desperate Naturally General Weyler would One day last week Bob Crlder was damage to the other lino Tho situation like me to risk in a single battle the lifting at a small weight in unloading the is critical and it is not behoved that tho future of Cuba ho at tho head of 100 Burlington will keep tho main lino 000 men and I with 10000 or 12000 he train and butt his back so that he has open with the best munitions of war of mod been bedfast ever since Tho Wabash and Milwaukee tracks ern times I with scarcely 10 shots for here The Dispatch is here and eagerly are genoother for a distance of 200 feet each man and the roads are tied up Tho No courage no scienco would bo read but somehow we who pinned our Rock Island has miles of track under needed to defeat me under such circum- earliest faith to the Courier Journal re- Â¬ water No attempt is being made to stances Tho cause of Cuba would be run trains Tho river is still rising ruined on tho day I risked such a con- Â¬ member it still and love it for what it slowly flict and Spanish tyranny would con- has done DISASTERS IN INDIAN TERRITORY tinue in this land Everybody welcomed Frod Moorman The end of that tyranny is near A Series of Cloudbursts Heavy Winds and Spain bleeding and penniless can not of Webster last week He scarcely ate Rainstorms keep np the war a year more She has or slept while here We would tell why EtJFAtJLA I T April 20 A series of no resources and wo are finally resolved but fear some admiring heart near Webcloudburts heavy winds and rainstorms to stay in tho field to tho bitter end ster might feel cause to be uneasy when occurred in and around Eufaula all of Spain is living on lies The lies to tho foreign bankers from whom sho asks hes away Saturday night and extended over money She lies to tho American gov- Â¬ 420 is the number the excursion car- Â¬ about 100 squnro miles of territory Tho ernment to prevent tho recognition of ried Saturday Fifty one went from raitfiell In torrents and was the heav Â¬ the Cuban republic Glendeane The train is hired for anoth- Â¬ iest for CO years Farmhouses fences WILL NOT BE PROSECUTED crops were er sometime in June The News read- Â¬ and amounting washed away to an ox tent to a calamity Tho Two Men Now in Spanish Prison Will ers will see the ads and get the benefit North Canadian railway bridgo is so Boon lie Relented of the dollar rate to the city badly damaged that no trains can cross WAflinjfOTOH April 20 Tho Spanish Success hovers about some people and it can not bo repaired for 24 hours minister informs tho stato department that the cose against George Washing- Â¬ Our young friend Paul Dempster is one The southbound passenger train had ton Aguirro has been dismissed by the of these This year he has graduated at scarcely passed it at 0 45 last night Havana authorities and that ho will bo Utopia won first medal for excellence when the south end gave way Many trains are tied up at this point and there released as soon as the formalities are has been openly told that hes the at- Â¬ is a series of washouts for 20 miles that completed Aguirro is a native born American and was captured by tho traction for all our girls All this ho aro impassable for tho present Tho damago to crops Spanish July 20 chorgod with rebellion takes with apparent unconcern and now mate nearly every aero is beyond esti- Â¬ of ground for proves himself greater than an ordinary Ho was confined in Cabanas fortress many miles n all directions will havo Friends claim he was on his way to hero he resisted Saturdays excursion to be replanfd many farms aro entire Â¬ surrender under Woylors amnesty even after buying a ticket and boarding ly under waier Several covered wag Â¬ proclamation when arrested ons floated down tho South Canadian The minister also declares that Santa tho train he decided not to go stayed at river accompanied by small houses and home and worked the entire day Beat Clara authorities have dismissed the household furniture All ferryboats coso of Joso Cespero in tho same this and well send you the laurels are washed away and communication manner cut off Sohool Reports So far no news of loss of life has been Bays IMrera I Dead Nkw Yobk April 20 Lieutenant Holt Ky April 23 After passing an received A Remon Navarro of tho Spanish cruiser examination the following pupils in south cyclone passed about five miles of town destroying somo houses Inianta Isabel which arrived here for their respective grades are and killing somo cattle but full loss the Grant memorial exercises declared can not bo ascertained at this hour Grade V Frieda Rledal 07 Rluz Rivera is dead of his wounds It The rivers nre now falling but ro Grade IV August Riedel 00 j Cilia pairs can not yet be made is a well known fact that he nover on tho rail reached Havana alive and at the timo Stewart 01 Alice Board 00 Efile Boult way bridge of our departure all the island was talk-Â¬ inghouse 89 MINISTER TO HAWAII ing about his death Grades III Nannie Boultlnghouso Harold M Bewail of Maine Appointed t WILL NOT DOWN 00 Sallie Williams 00 Frank B White IT That Ilace by the President Tbe Revolt in the Philippine Islauds Far 00 jldella Stewart 00 Washington April 28 The presiGrade II William BLong 07 j Mil Trom llelng- Suppressed dent has sent the following nominations Tacomi April 24 Nows just re Â¬ dred Fontaine 02 to the senate for confirmation ceived from Hong Kong by steamer Grade I A D Smith 01 j Ernest Harold M Sowall of Maine to be ov contradicts tho stories from Madrid that Pierce 01 Minor Pierce 01 voy extraordinary and minister plenipo- Â¬ the Phllipplno rebellion is practically I wish to extend thanks to the patrons tentiary of tho United States to Hastamped out On the contrary two im of the district for their hospitality and waii portant engagements havo been fought Thomas II Phair of Maine collector recently in both of which tho insur Â¬ also for the interest taken in the educa- Â¬ of customs district of Aroostook Me gents wore victorious tional work James S Harriman of Maine col- Â¬ On March 20 a large column of Span Â¬ Euoknk Gilliland Teacher lector of customs district of Belfast troops under command of Colonel ish Maine Saliendo mot with a serious rout at tho Assistant Chknault The following is a report jmow jersey Surgeou Ezra K Sprague of Insurgents hands Saliendo with 2000 to do passed assistant surof the spring school being taught at this geon marine hospital service men had boen ordered to attack San Nicolas and to dislodge tho enemy place for the month ending April 0th Also a large batch of fourth class Saliendo was misled by the native 1807 postmasters guides who took him through a cross Grade V Goldsmith Fryjnire 04 Negroes All Run Out of Town road on both sides of which strong forces of insurgent troops wore am Bessie Cunningham 02 Harry Cunning Â¬ Ardmouk I T April 20 As a result bushed Tho Spanish force was badly ham 01 Zllpah Frymlre 80 Bobbie of tho warning given to all the negroes defeated and forced to retreat in con- Brodie 80 Violet Bosley 88 Prentia in the town of Davis last week by a fusion The rebol force 1b reported to have been 8000 strong It was a hand Frymire 80 Anna Musgrave 83 Hilan mob of masked whito men not a col- Â¬ ored man romafns in tho town Tho to hand conflict Tho royalist troops Roberts 77 federal grand Jury which was called to- Â¬ lost over 200 men and the insurgents U0 Grade IV Nellie Cunningham 87 gether by Judrro Kilcore to investigate Mother MeKlnleys Illrtbday Talmage Frymlre 84 John A Bosley tho outrages examined a small army Oajjton O April 23 Nancy Allison 80 Goodson Frymlre 70 Paul Gilliland or witnesses out reported tnat it mid boon impossible to identify any of tho MoKinley mother of President MoKin 78 Walter ONeill 70 Mary Manning raiders When it became known that ley oelebratod her 88th birthday at her 74 no Indictments had been returned the home in this city yesterday She is in Grade III Nellie Leo Gilliland 82 colored people hastily quit the town excellent health barring slight attacks Tho murder of a whito man by a negro of rheumatism All day letters and tel- Â¬ Bessie Roberta 77 j Irone Beaven 63 was the preliminary causo of the egrams of congratulation were received Grade I McDonnell Cunningham trouble at Davis by her from friends and in many in 77 Eddie B Frymlre 80 Grady Fry stances from strangers A delegation rVl UJLJwnal pf Jttllcb of 60 womei composed of members of iniro 77 J John Manning 77 rror w h reeie who Number enrolled in school males 11 the Olevoht d SorosU Akron Century nuke a specialty ot club and Canton Soroals called on her females 15 total 20 Upiltpsy has without doubt treatsd and cur Uearns Parents are urged to send their child Â¬ ed more case than any ltvlnr Physician i him Edwin Mors a veteran pool seller and ren to school regularly and try to en Â¬ success is astonishing- bookmaker widely known among raoe courage Wo have heard ol case them We extend an invitation tottk habitues died of heart touba at his of so years standbier ttaauiu Boston Sunday night aged 05 to all the patrons to visit lis and pee years He had recently returned from what we are doing 19 soutu wnete ne went lot his health M Rxbkcca Owinob Teacher Antonio Maximo Mora who after a smarts W it century of personal and Is Unconditional surrender lathe oaly I8CC tarwaUanai ctnteaUM woelTod fiw the if U Bfswwint W3lt0974 term those famous little pills knowa m isissttlisnisitofaeealm far tfct oobssso JJeWitts Little Early Risen will U ste ot Us abaoltst owe fr to any suffer 1h Cue Met afrur with aeMtlpMloa sick tie sf Ms ad ho saay sa4 their P p and XaprtM addrtsa U wMcinnHf st Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For nearly Ave years 1 suffered with a severe caso of stomach trouble I had pains In my stomach and bowels so that I could not stand or work without great My appetite wss very poor and His Soldiers Instructed to Make Krery suffering when 1 did cat anything I was shortly Shot Tell Opn Battles Am AToldel afterwards seized with vomiting spells I but tUo Spaniards Are Continually could not rest at night and felt lame and Hjtransd latest Cnban War News tired all over I became nervous and had New York April 20 Tho Sun cor no energy whatever My llfo seemed respondent who is with General Gomez gloomy and hopeless My husband ad Â¬ In Oaba writes his paper that tho vised me to take Hoods Snrsaparllla as patriot gcuoral continues to ovado and ho had been taking It With great benc Gomez is in used I began taking It and the first bot- Â¬ baffle tho Spaniards Banta Clara provinco with 3600 men tle did me a great deal of good I con- Â¬ 1800 of whom oro cavalry For nearly tinued with It regularly and have now s month ho has boon moving around almost fully regained my natural weight these hills in an area soma 20 miles and am doing nearly all my housework square and that one Spanish column Mrs Rinda Crocker Gladstone Ala after another has- - been outwitted by My blood was out of order and 1 had him and all tho efforts of Weyler to no energy After taking two bottles of catch him betwoen two fires have failed Hoods Barsaparllla I felt better than for Several times whon tho Spaniards a year MABIOK W SMITH Collins thought thoy were following Gomez vllte Alabama and pressing him to tho trocha ho has Hoods Barsaparllla Is sold by druggists fired on their rear guard Yet all tho sure to get Hoods time tho Spanish regulars in tho small fl six for f5 lo 40 area described havo numbered fully pit Warfare Internal Pains Lnmo Tired Nor- vous Every Bad Symptom Cured by Hoodo Snrsapanllo - NATURES BEST REMEDY Afrofltahto tnresttupni JUIN3 THROUGHOUT MISSISSIPPI VALLEY THE The Threes Are Soft and Mushy and With a Continued Precipitation It I Feared That the Kinbankment Will aire War Flood Damage In Iowa MEMrms April 20 Yesterday was n Paines Celery Compound Prevents Nervous Breakdown rainy and threatening Sabbath in tho lower delta country and tho Louisiana levers aro being taxed to their utmost At Natchez tho river guago shows a rise during tho last 24 hours of ono tenth of afoot Showers prevailed in this section all day and last night a steady downpour was reported Tho levees aro soft and mushy and with a continued precipitation it is feared that tho embankment will give way A telegram from Clayton La states that tho Tensas river has risen over ono foot in tho lost 24 hours and tho swift stream is full of heavy drifts Tho backwater from tho Biggs crevasse is showing itself near Vidalia and it will inundato many acres of rich land in that section isiPm Ppring lias come is time for all persons to think seriously of their health But that doesnt mean taking the first spring remedy that happens to be offer- Â¬ ed Persons who make it their business to get the most effective remedy to be had are sure to carry home Paines celory compound No other remedy is capable of cleansing the blood nourishing the nerves and regulating the bowels and digeUive organs like Paineo celery com- Â¬ pound If you aro troubled at all by rheumatism neuralgia headaches or sleepless ness even if these attacks come only now and then now is the time to purify the system of them Dont procrastinate and daily till frightened into doing some Â¬ thing when you find the task of getting well has assumed desperate proportions Paines celery compound will cure kid- Â¬ ney trouble heart palpitation and dis- Â¬ ordered liver accurately intelligently and permanently when other remedies only raise hopes that are never fulfilled Paines celery compound which owes its origin to the nust distinguished physi- Â¬ cian and investigator this country ever produced Prof Edward E Phelps M D LL D of Dartmouth college has been publicly indorsed among medical experts as the only spring remedy in any sense entitled to that name It can be said without fear of contra- Â¬ diction that no other remedy can truthfully refer to men and women so respon- Â¬ sible so trustworthy so convincing be- Â¬ cause of their straightforward enthusias Â¬ tic and easily verified testimonials in praise of Paines cejery compound given country can bo reduced by 10 per cent through tho building of good roods that country will find good roads a pay Â¬ ing investment Good roads onco built or High Prices must will last almost forovor and tho cost 0 maintaining them is relatively smnllcr The House Upholding Them the better they aro bnilt in tho first placo Crops nro marketed y6ar nfter yearnd tho unnecessary nipondituro of timo and effort tho unnecessary wear nnd tear On wagons and harness result Â¬ Wo have declared war against High ing from bad roads ropeat thomsolves llcod Groceries Clothing Dry Goods nnnually Boots and Shoes Hats Wall Paper Monoy spent on good roads Is an invest Â¬ Carpets flatting Trunks Oil Â¬ ment which pays handsome annual div Cloths and Ac We are deter Â¬ idends They nro as certain too as tho mined to placo before tho Pub- Â¬ aunual return of tho warm spring sun Â¬ lic tho lowest priced goods shine nfter the frost and snows of win v Â¬ er Good roads nro a most profitable t they have over had occaInvestment Cedar Rapids Gnzctto sion to look at We have prepared for an- Â¬ Farmers Are Waking Up other busy season Tho interest of tho farmers in tho jt Read our impres Â¬ matter of high improvement was hard sive bargain list to arouse but a distinct impression has and boar in certainly been mado upon them It is mind only in tho poorer towns of Connecticut that any opposition is offered to tho bnilding of improved highways Tho samo is reported trno of all states whero We Will Pay the Highest Market price for tho good roads movement has gained an apprcciablo hold American Cyclist WOOL EGGS Two of Kind Tho man who opposes good roads in CHICKENS and all this day and generation is as shortsight- Â¬ COUNTRY PRODUCE ed as his ancestor who entered a loud braying protest ngaiust tho railroad bo causo tho cow wonld bo suro to get on Shirt Waists detached collar fr colors the track Minneapolis Journal Road Notes Tho bettor tho rond is drained tho easier it is maintained There is usually good road material within easy distanco of every mudholo Good roads mean as much as good crocs to tho farmer If tho cost of marketing the crop of n Must be Downed j ra SJ M It Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It is foolish to take poor health phi- Â¬ losophically these spring days is no reason why anyone There should sit hands in lap and submit to headaches poor appetite contin- Â¬ ual tired feeling or constipation If every disheartened invalid will go right at getting well by using Paines celery compound that person will be astonish- Â¬ ed and delighted with the quickness with which this wonderful temedy is able to call a halt to wasting diseases of debility and a run down condi- Â¬ tion Paines celery compound does wonders in making people well Here is what a woman an ambitious hard working member of tho legal pro Â¬ fession in New Yprk City says of Uiis great remedy v 220 4th Avo New York While a student in the New York uni- Â¬ versity law school and under great press-Â¬ ure from work and study I was advised to take Paines celery compound I did so and its beneficial results to one whose nerves are under the trial of severe men- Â¬ tal effort I am only too ready to assert After taking three bottles I found that it produced quietness of nerves and in- Â¬ duced sleep very beneficial to my health For those troubled with insomnia lean heartily recommend it as a harmless in- Â¬ ducer of sleep on account of its quieting eflect on the nerves Yours very truly Signed Florence II Dangerfield Attorney and Counselor at Law Paines celery compound which makes the weak strong haa received testimonials from thousands of people who had almost despaired of ever again being in perfect health Â¬ Falling Mem iXX sVervoM DUeas oryImpotency Hleepleranecs etc cnaied by Abate or other Kxcmtes ana Indis Â¬ Thty auleklti ami nretu cretions rmtore Loet Vitality in oidorroanaend fit a man forBtudr buelnmjior marriacm Pro rent Insanity nnd GDninmotlnn if in time Thetmra nhowa Immediate Improve taken tnentand effects a CUItu nhere all other fall In Ut upon tiATing tho genuine AJax Tableta They hare cured thouoande and wl cure yon We tire a pos Â¬ itive written ruaranteo toeffect a cure CO PTC n w I wi per each case or refund the money Price puckase or six pkgee foil treatment for fGQ lly mall lu plain wrapper npon receipt of price Circular H MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE ME A MAN AJAX lil latest sleeves at only joe New line of JLadles Spring Capes silk lined worth twice the money we only ask so Oar Una of Ladies Fine Dress Goods can not be ex Â¬ celled anywhere and at lowest prices 50 pes New Spring Brocaded Die Goods Wool filling at island 13c New Design SpMng Percales at 8 to and it 1 000 pair Ladies Ulack Hose former price 8jc ic to close them out quick at only A few more bales of Hoosier Cotton as Ion as it lutwill sell at yds far f loo 35 4c A first class 4 4 bleach cotton at only pair new Spring Window Shades complete arij jo 4 Bee our new line of Ladles Shoes lu all tho newshades Ox Blood Chocolate ut the right price Juit received w AJAX REMEDY CO Sale III Clovorpnr For A Miort IlaynuN Drtisrirlli lr - by Ladies op Toe Oxford at 19c new line of Wall Tapers at 3 to 2oc New Catpets Oil Cloths and Matting on whfcS we can save you meney Cents Clay Wortted Suits nicely made at 390 See our line of Mens all wool Suits at J 500 which excell any we cvcj had at the price 50 pair Mens will made Jeans Pants at 50c 35 pair Lace Curtains Taped nice length new Spring pattern at 50c Curtain Poles and Fixtures 19c Our Grocery Department w ft w lsVA y I V d3 m issjssa Is the most complete in the County and our prices are the lowest Wo can and will save you money We solicit your trade The Great Bargain Store N j Geo Apply Into the nostrils Ills quickly absorbed SO cents at Drmrgtst or by mall ssmpes 10c by mall ELY BHOTIIEKS 68 Warren BL Now York City TAXS CREAM IUJM Isaposltlvecare Yeakel BRANDENBURG KY Co i U LITTLE MILT Explodes a BombshoM Into the Democratic Ranks He Roasts the News and Minor and Everybody Except Little Milt HE THAT IS WITHOUT SIN ETC ETC Fits Cured IK Hi7 4 m Pti hdeh In your last weeks issue you said editorially A Democratic poltician said to a Nkws man at Harditsburg last Monday that our ticket was growing in favor all the time The wish is often father to tho thought and in this case I am afraid our Democratic politician Is becoming optimistic through an intense desire Tho fact is Mr Editor that a very large element In the Democratic party are not going to endorse the nomin Â¬ ation ot Win E Minor that they ore pacsiye now is true it being a long time until the election but they are deter- Â¬ mined in their course and will be organ Â¬ ized and active before November They have no hesitancy in asserting that Mr Minors nomination was secured by the employment of means both impolitic and dishonorable The private charac- Â¬ ter of a man who has stood as a model since boyhood in his community was malignantly and falsely assailed as a re- Â¬ sult of such tactics Mr Minor stands as the nominee of his party and your organ calls upon Hendersons friends to rally to his support By waiting patiently a few short months you will get our an Â¬ swer to your summons This scribe makes no pretention to otthodoxy does not stand as one of the pillais of his church but he has yet to learn that a mans sobriety honesty and ardent religious character unfit him for a judicial position But we are tod Mr Editor thavthe t4irutirig of the relttkxu and twpr aee question into ty raee and earn paisiu wm but rtlUtory teotio ior m Editor Brkckknridqb News 4UctoMrMf4rtjiirt iirli I wm MVwwnutarufriirvUM fail to see the significance Mr Minors political record is an open book to the people of Nelson and Breckenridge coun-Â¬ ties it is public property his private life belongs to himself and his family and should be and was unassailed The former was held up in 1885 by Charles Blanford then a tyro in politics and as a result a proud old Democratic party was for the first time dethroned and has been living an uncertian life ever since It will be held up again in this good year of 1807 with whatever additions twelve years have made and there are many so the Statesman from Holt may as well begin to prepare his defence If there are any two men in the county who should have aa little as possible to say about the recent campaign they are the 111 editors of the Bheckkniudoe News After Mr Minor was an announced candidate one of them wrote and both signed a petition to T B Henderson calling upon him to enter the rape for County Judge both betrayed him by vote or influence on tho day of the Con Â¬ vention one of hem was Superintend ent of a Sunday school during that cam- Â¬ paign he would hurry up to gat through on a Sabbath morning so as to go down on the street and tell the boys that it wouldnt do to nominate a Prohibition Â¬ ist for County Judge In conclusion Mr Editor allow me to Inform you that if you havo numbers sufficient to elect Mr Minor outsldo of the Disgruntled ele mentwell and good but if you are assuming in your calculations for sucÂ¬ cess that there will be A sobering down and viewing the situation differently you will find yourself wonderfully mis Â¬ TTT taken No there will be no conspiracy with the enemy to prevent the success of our own party only men who betray their friends havo dreams of conspiracy but there will be an open organized and determined effort to defeat the nominee for County Judge led by men who will not go Beefing all summer and then show their ballot to an officer to avoid suspicion of voting he Republican ticket I wonder who Minor showed his ballot to when he voted or Jao W Lewis against Alex Montgomery but who will do their work boldly uad fearlessly resulting we believe in a ting rebuke to peweel politics Sincerely your Ml TO oabi Jjt Apfil liiiia 1W apiw w ii aWncAtaVsMir K4wa WHh ituwanta u ewgttlpailoo forever uS Â¬ Z T COX Agent - - Ekron Ky avsvssi f Si m m m ill ssvsv Tit Dont Try T nt ui ui J wsasjasy ill ill to plant your crop of QQrn without a 0 m ui m ui m ui m m Ul Com Drill in - of tiie EMPIRE make It is the M m Best Corn Drill on trjrnarket 4 1 2 IE m iJfw Pate JOISUY KY nprfi So V w