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Digital page images are linked to the text file. km -- if1 VOL SCSI THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 5 1897 NO 42 s xr St It 4 CONTINUOUS ADVERTISING COMPELS ATTENTION A HARD Sb JOB ALBERT Another 0 PORTER BEAD Nfti Partar McKlnteys Secretary His Varied Duties AN EVEN of Indiana Has lnaacit IVncrfiilly Away May 8 Albert G iNDUNAPOtis Porter ex govcrnor of Indluim and minister to Italy under General Har-Â¬ risons administration died at his horns In tliis city shortly nfter 3 oclock this Kx Uuvernor FRANKFORT Je Blackburn Will Probably Locate at Washington TRUE DEMOCRACY was an assemblage for patriotic purposes I hope my sympathy with its high alms and disinterested efforts will not be suspected when I confess that I have brought here a sturdy partisanship and a devoted attachment to the principles of true Democracy I should however not be here to make this declaration if by partisan Â¬ ship 1 meant adherence to a party orgatilziliou merely fjrtho purpose of compassing government control and the distribution of the spoils of party victory among groedy claimants The partisanship I mentioned means tho support of certain principles and theories of government and a co operation and association in political effort and activity with otheis who believe in the same theories and princi- Â¬ ples for the purpose of accomplishing their practical application and enforcement Out of such an association grows party discipline and organiza- Â¬ Â¬ STILL SCRAPPING And No I beitan by saying that this Prospects of Coasation of Activity at tho Seat of War PROPOSAL ptmt avmiiwr SQUIRE TEMPER PraaWant McKbiley at the Services Attwfflg the Sen fiOTHAMS WASllINQTON Unveiling grants ef Tomb morning aged 74 years Two years ago tho vencrnblo man sustained a severe fall and since then ho has been confined to his room almost A Member Wants After AdjournThis affected him both constantly ment tree Transportation to mentally and physically nnd of rccout months his ailment was regarded as The Nashville Centennial paresis ENGLANDS FAILS Â¬ It Is Said an Island off the Coast of In Asia Minor Has Rovolted Favor of Groeco OTHER WAR INTELLIGENCE Athenk May 3 AraNfi POWDER Absolutely Pure CONEW PECULIARITIES TOWN DESERTED Barnett Ana Franks Fight for the Collectorshlp In the Second District Growing Warm Spsakar Blaifjrd Department Tippad Place For a tion They are necepsary and useful as the servants of political principle but should never be its unquestioned masters The limits of their proper oper- Â¬ ation are easily fixedand it Is an impeachment of the Intelligence of the members of any political association to say that party management and dis cipline should at all times command implicit obedience even when such obedience leads to the abandonment or radical perversion of party princi- Â¬ Â¬ w i some dny bo gratified It In to bo governor of Connecticut Mr Porter it should be remembered In n grcnt poli- Â¬ tician hImolf If nny of tho ofllco seekers who Infost tho Whlto House Imngino Mr Porter Is a tenderfoot who can be fooled with any of tho Httlo tricks of jmlltlos thoy will mako n grcpt mistake Ho has been there himself At nn ago younger than thai of any man who over held tho ofllco of governor o Connecticut Mr Porter set out to got tho nomination for the chief magistracy of his state Ho was warned that ho would not get enough votes to save himself from ridicule but ho made a very good showing Thonojtfc time ho tried it with oil tho old political organizations against lilm ho camo within nn ncoof suc Â¬ ceeding A chango of a very few votes would hnvo given him tho prize Porter Ambition Secretary Porter in all probability will decline to lx it candidate for thn governor Â¬ ship na long as ho remains President Ma Klnloys right hand man It would scarce- Â¬ ly be seemly for him to go out as nn office hunter while standing so near tho presi dent But tho Republicans of Connecticut who oro just beginning to learn what o good and strong man thoy hnvo among them in the person of Mr Porter keep saying that they are going to havohim for governor now whether ho wants it or not They aver they will nominate him by ac- Â¬ clamation and take him away from the White Houso If thoy do they win not ploaso tho president very much for lie likes Porter immensely nnd scarcely knows how ho could get along without Â¬ Â¬ araltwlll Mar 4 fSpeclnl John Addison Porter President MoKlnleysseo rctnry has an ambition and the chances A dispatch from 24 ple at Washington A O Mr Porter was in his 74 year and has lived a retired liftfsinco tho close of his work as minister to Itnly in 1893 Ho was a native of Indiana and practiced law nntil he was mndo reporter of the supremo court in 1853 After an official term of six years ho returned to the law nntil 1877 when he was appointed first comptroller of tho treasury by President Hayes Ho was in Washington in 1880 when he was nominated for governor and re Â¬ turned to make ono of the most re markablo campaigns in the history of the state Mmno hnd gone Democratic that year and his olection in October was the first- - indication of Republican victory and was the occasion of a re markable outburst of political feeling He nominated General Harrison in the Chicago convention nnd upon tho elec- Â¬ tion of General Harrison he was ap pointed minister to Italy Â¬ Â¬ rORTEIt SESSION THIS WEEK WILL BE SLIM h Mr Porter has tho hardest job In Amer Â¬ ica Tho presidents task is easy compared to that of his secretary for the president can rellovo himself of trouble and impor Â¬ tunity whenever ho wishes to do so by simply giving on order to hnvo the doors closed Poor Portor has to stay and tuko It as it comes ami it usually comes lu largo and unpalatablo doses Ho must never lose bis temper Ho must bo a mon Â¬ ument of patience Ho must smilo when ho wants- - to curse HolttBtrrvenfrox ouses and offer explanations to men who do not descrvo either when every fiber of his body tingles with a desire to say what ho thinks and havo a row Now and then Mr Porter does hit out from tho shoulder at some ovoriraportunatc ofllco seeker some fellow perhaps who Insists that tho presi dent shall bo interrupted while holding a conference with n member of tho cabinet In Order to give him a chance The gall of someof theso chaps is an amazing thing and th6 wonder Is that Mr Porter does not more often sib down upon them It has taken somo of tho habitues of tho White Houso a long time to lenrn that when Mr Porter says No ho means Â¬ hhn DUKES h h ii4 Distantly Related President MoKlnloyg secretary nnd Duffer1- - is a fighter from tho word go and it is exceedingly difficult for him now and then to restrain bis temper He comes of fighting stock A Connecticut man was tolling ino the other day that Secretary Porter is rolated to the Grants to Qrover Cleveland and to Israel Putnam ho who was too lmioh four tho wolf If all this re- latlonehlpdocB not Indicate fighting blood Inmnta loss to suggest what does When Mr Porter first came to Washington and met Mr Cleveland ho said to him Mr President I believe you and I be long to tho same family Yes replied Mr Cleveland I know All about that I was rending it the other dttyin tho history of the Cleveland family Touand I aro kin suro onougb In one branch wo both go back to old Israel Put- awn - - Speaker Reed is well pleased with his vWt to New York for tho Grant core Ho was nt first reluctant to go snonies He did not llko to bo outshone by tho pres Â¬ ident of the United States Hut he flnnlly resigned himself to his Into nnd madothe - Journey Now ho is glad ho did for ho was overywhero woll received Of course he did not attract as rouchailaiMonaT the FrwidcnjauollettrSsniuoh applause biib ho was easily tho second rann in tho city during tHoso memorial exercises and that is saying n good deal for it was a wonderful assemblage of notable Wher Â¬ ever Mr Kcod went ho wus at onco rocog jllzed and cheered When ho mado his up- peaninco on tho grand stand in front of th Ornnt tomb tho cheers were almost as en thnslastid ns tboso which had greeted Pros Went MoKlnley s it - i V4 u stf tiii jj fv- - President McKlnleys training as an tHK lr speaker stood him in good stead at ma Grant ceremonies Half a gala was twwiiHt aoros the Hudson making things araostdiswm --ad tremble It was for blewqaaMfflng wind to speak lu it p In anry gusts which now and thcB MMtstted to take the Words out of a mans flMMta- - But th president got along beau- 4trty Knowing Juat how to do It from irfrwkpMM b started oat low and easily oloe e aa ritebatl h to mom tino ha has hi awoed Than wtd wing out gjaar aud diattnat abova Um whistling of Oajvind If very tyllaula wm pronounced an onuRotation Ilka thai of an ektou ta tUt Tltougb tlw prWenls vok U not a strong un it earrled txt on thla oo vm0t Three timw as xu h ny people wara kda to hear him siiuiddUtlngulh what Pvwot waa ssytog awl General wjw Where Fume Is a Vapor Jfew York Is a queer town Thero or t Making In the metropolis in which tho pop iitatlou cares nothing for a president or a apwtker Of any ono else lu tho wide- world doubt if the coming of Queen Victoria or t emperor of China would cause many a to turn tholr heads Ono of these ef Mfioas lies between Fifth avenue and the Hudson river president MoKlnley and fck party drovo through it after reviewing the naval parade They were not reeog Bljed by many peoplo Only now nnd then was any attention paid them Prob Â¬ ably tho president would not havo boon yeoagnized at nil had it not been for the presence of an unusual number of pollce wn which caused the populace to think here must bo something going an nl awl We are having quite an interesting Sunday school A few days of beautiful spring weather for which we appreciate so much Miss Rosa Johnson of Breckenridge county is visiting relatives at this place Wm Rowland and wife of Daviess The Legislature got along very well county ore visiting relatives here this last week aud if it does as well this week week it will wind up the ball of yarn There Patesville the voting place of this ire still several measures that ought to precinct was well represented from this be taken up aud acted upon with delibplace Saturday eration but this is not a deliberative We must if we accomplish any good body if anybody asks you Tiiey go in in the world hold up the standard of for speed and fun The only thing many of them are kicking about is the fact that truth and expoee the wrong Hon R J Tindle and wife spent San there are no junkets in sight I was talk- Â¬ I day at the bedside of their nephew ing to one last Saturday and he said Bob Dunn at Patesville who is serious- Â¬ think after the Legislature has had to work like dogs for three or four hours ly ill with lung trouble every day they ought to be entitled at The oftener we get the News the the end of the session to a trip to the more attached we become to it How Centennial That too mind pleasant and how cheerful after our Nashville you with the treasury as bare as poor days toil is over to sit down and read mother hubbards cubbord A giddy lot its interesting pages we have up here There are eorne good Some of tho farmers are planting corn men but there are some very small and this week There has been more work few in a hill done the last six days on the farm than in the last month The past week has I hear that Jo Blackburn who went been one of the prettiest down with head np is to go to Washing The prospects are good in this section ton and practice law in the District of for fruit of all kinds Tobacco plants Columbia I heard this from an inside are looking well the acreage will be ainrce and understand that one Wash Â¬ about the same as last year wheat ington paper has made positive mention though damaged some by the reins of the fact Jo will not go until after Um bids fair for a good yield Democratic convention at which time Some of the boys envied Richard Jo has a faw more old s tores to even up Hardin very much the other day as he and a little more corked up ekquenco to paused through Dukes in his wagon unbottle seated in the midst of a half dca rn of tho fairer sex They are afraid that if Demo- Â¬ Pity tis we are split good luck continues to follow Mr Har- Â¬ crats and greater pity tis that we all din that the next time he makes a dreg want to be leaders and leave no high he will get them all privates to make up the rauk aud fie Rev S J Ritchey will preach next But as much as I regret to say it tis true Sunday nt 11 oclock His time expires There are generals and colonels till you on that date for the year as pastor of the cant count them in a day but please 0 P church at this place We hope show me among the active energy exerthe may be called again to preach for us ing workers any privates The faithful Everybody likes Brother Ritchey and yoemanry who do the voting and upon the lots of him as pastor would be mucn whose shoulders the responsibilities rest lamented by the flock he has so faith Â¬ are the very ones who say the least and fully served tho last two years do the most Oh for a time when we The primary Is over and Mr Editor will all have an equal Bhow aud there it has cut a mighty swath through the will be no bickering ranks of the freo silver candidates On tho 20th of June is the day set we I heard yesterday that the fight be Â¬ believe to thin out the under growth of tween Barnett and Franks was going to the gold bug candldatoril park then the grow warm for the Second District col chosen few will buckle on the sword and lfctorship But what good will it do helmet and turn the batteries lose on them I have it from Deboea own side both sides which will make old Hanpartner that Crurabaugh will be tbemau cock tremble from Blackford creek to nho will walk olf with the persimmon top of Pattersons hill the while the other two are quarreling Then in the Paducah postoflice fight the same Prominent Cleveland Man Dei it thing is said to be true Frank Fisher Olkvklanu Atay 8 - Miller M the editor of tho Sun is said to be on the one of the pioneers of Cleve Â¬ Spangler stretch while land died yesterday nt the ago of 84 insldo track of the home He was one of the first chiefs of the three of the faction fighters in the Sic yoluutocr fire department and was for Crscken capitol city are pulling wool So it goi a iu these bus two terms sheriff of the county He over the pri was tho head of the house of M M tits for hay Company malsters and Spauglcr was the owner of much valuable real Mtete The bill making a new judicial district of Butler Ohio Hancock and Muh Th Plate Plaut Cloed by the ttherUK leabtirg counties hw been gaffed and Oanai Dovkb 0 April 80Wke tk employes of tho Americas Tia Plate Mitetrncked It will riot be from Manufacturing compay went to week aftftj Th RepubJleMM fosad tht It yMtorday morning they found ihq wm net juat wfett thy wjiUh1 aad woald notice o the plant cloMd and a mak was toovfrht by Mm 1m smn to twfceo uaefa of m door Th actio By Um way I hmrd ib seUai Reaves Iron oowpsny wkich it is Mid baa notor again tl tin mill to th Olbr morning thai tfer had bat a Muonnt oftSoQC aebM oa foot to fairy modr a lot of em1Tittmim4 ttmtU Hmr U Piikw4 owMtiaa Into BapMe4a disÂ¬ mly ad forsver t art Tu ijuli UtHMiea tricts aud vkw voim bo the ohat Mdt lull ef Uto pern t id vigor tfc No T Bm weMar wurktfr tka Mokaa weak ma faiM beetiM tfea old m4 wlawr batd All ArtMNTlM Bti0 Maottt OwwfMM jfonmw is it poHtiMt defa U It fw Wf pedal Cor- Â¬ Fkankkokt Ky May 3 respondence This old town is desert Â¬ ed and it looks mighty little like it had beon the scene of the wildly exciting ep isodes in state history of the past few weeks It is the calm after the storm and comes as a gentle reminder of the peace that is so much sought by the p o pie of the old world just now The pie hunteis have taken the place of tne pa- Â¬ triotic citizens and each Republican solon harsuddenly developed into a seeker after government honors Dtboe is the master hand and people who would not have noticed him two weeks ago are now groveling at his feet Strange what one whirl of the wheel of fortune will turn to the surface isnt it readeisof the News Those of the men who were active on the Republican side who are not kept here by some business have gone to Washington which is now the me cca of the hungry horde Â¬ V Â¬ V V I have ventured to speak of the political creed aud orgaaizalion of my attachment as true Democracy This definition tells the story of a party of noble origin and traditions identified witli the councils of the nation from its earliest days and whose glorious achievements are written on every page of ourcountrys history Always the peoples friend seeking to lighten their burdens and pro- Â¬ tect their rights true Democracy has constantly taught conservatism Amer- Â¬ ican fraternity and obediance to law The people to whom it acknowledges a duty are no more confined to any station iu life than to any section of the country It enjoins the utmost personal liberty consistent with pence and order It defends the humble toiler sgdnst oppressive exactions in his home and Invites him to the utmost enjoyment of the fruits of industry economy and thrift and in his intertst and iu the interest of all where all are equal true Democracy denies that In the American scheme of quality before the law there Is a limit beyond which the legitimate results and accumulations of effort and enterprise should ho denounced as intrinsically criminal and their possessors be treated as proper olj els of governmental discrimination and condemnation Tho people whom true Democracy would fervnare nil tho people of the land Those whom It would restrain are on the one hand the vicious and turbulent who defy the laws and on the other hand those who with con- Â¬ scientiousness greed and in abuse of theiropportuuitles wrongfully oppress their fellows and eat out their substance Above all things true Democracy insists that the money of the peoplo should be sound and stable neither shrivelllt g in purchasing power in the hands of the poor nor by its uncertain value driving enterprise energy into hiding Tli 08e who believe that a crisis is at hand can hardly fall to see that the party In power is so joined to its idol of mad protection and is so complete- Â¬ ly doomed to popular condemnation that It is a useless instrument of de- Â¬ fence against the impending peril I do not fear that I shall be accused of sinister desg is unfitted to the atmosphere of this occasion if I insist that thi path of duty and the best hope of Bafety lie in an immediate and earnest attempt to accomplish the rehabilitation and regeneration of the Democratic party and its return to the principles of true Democracy In a large part of the country where financial error is roost general the Democratic name can best arouBe the political s nllraent of the people and there as everywhere in out land tho people can be trusted to arrive at correct conclusion if they have adi quate opportunity for examination and information Let us devise means o break through the influence of the mischievous leadership that surrounds them and without arrogantly assuming that no wrongs or hardships nitlict them and that no reforms iu their condition are needed let us meet our countrymen face to face in argument and counsel We shall find in every locality able heroic men willing to strugi AgaJnst the tide of misconception j Let us hold up their hands by organized effort and timely assistance Let true Democrats meet the passion aud bitterrjessofiheir former associ Â¬ ates who have assumed the leadership of anti Democratic wanderings with firm expostulations reminding them that Democratic convictions and con- Â¬ science cannot be forced to follow false lights however held aloft and let us at the same time entreat them in the name of honorablo political com- Â¬ radeship to turn from the way that lead to party defeat and destruction The task is not an easy one but surely it is not hopeless The better we appreciate its magnitude the lesi will be the danger of iueflvctive and misguided effort The work has already been inaugurated by the creation of an organiza- Â¬ tion founded upon a declaration of Democratic prim iphs so sound so clear and so patriotic that they should rally to their support every true Democrat add supply an inspiration forbidding d feat With such a beginning and with the incentive to zealous effort which the transcendant importance of our cause aflbrdp we should confidently look for the approaching dawn redeemed n generated and disenthralled will when true Democracy bring us peace and national safety But if relief under the restored flag of tiue Democracy is lute in coming we will not despair but will remember that a just cause is never lost and on our camping ground wo will work aud wait witli approving conscience and constant faith declaring like the sturdy old unrecantiug German re Â¬ formers Here we stand we cannot do otherwise God help us Grover Cleveland excerpt from his speech beforu the Reform Club New York Â¬ V not know how true this is bat I had it plained but very little He manifested a great desire to get well and often spoke told to me of tho thiugs he would do upon his re-Â¬ I have been out among the patriots covery None hut the Dlvin are perfect Ev Â¬ listening to their guesses on the plums that will be shaken down by the hustlers eryone has his faults Often and true in the Republican garden and it is a has it beeu remarked that the faults pos Â¬ note worthy fact that the Bradloyites in Â¬ sessed by the deceased were such as af Â¬ sist that they will get two thirds of every- Â¬ fected hlinsnlf more than any other He thing good that the Huuterltes will get wan houorabl kind and genteel He nearly everything and the Deboeites get had tlieiespectof all who knew him and all they go after There is disappoint those who knew him Ixst esteemed him moat mut ahead for some of them But I intimateIlls goo I qualities magnified by aw elation heard from a good tipster that speaker HIh rtmffiH wtm Intnrrptl hv tlm cMa Blanford was already slated for a good of his sister in the Union Star cemetery department place at Washington and uii iuuuuuy aprii u a miner moiuer that au attempt was being made by the one broihur aud four sisters survive him Bradloyites to get Woithington a good thing BIGSPRING V Â¬ Â¬ brd hi oe p VW iP1 UK f will be I predict the II Meyer was In Louisville last week sllmly attended and that next week will buying goods see the close of the extraordinary session Mr and Mrs John Meador wore in of the General Assembly which has cost the State JJ00000 and been of very little Louisville several days last week John Meadorspenl last Sunday at Yer H VJ practical value to any one trets the gui st of Mis Etta Gross Dr Strother attended tho Meade CounObituary After an illness of ten weeks Stephen ty Medical Society at Brandenburg last L Parr died at the home of his parents Thursday Misses Ellen Allison and Daisy Clingle F G and MahalaFarr nearMooleyville Ky on Saturday evening April 24 1697 smith of Vertresi were here last week Four years ago the deceased bad a shopping severe attack of lsgrlppe from which he Dr Strotber will attend the Kentucky bad sever fully recoveiod although ap State Medical Society which beets at parently he wh m well m the average Offonsboro May 5 fl and 7 peio Previous to thla attack he was Mlaa Etta Gros a charming young m stM rohut aa ay naa Jh this lady o Vurtrefs Is hero siting Mrs aowraiMirty but bln attacked with Meyer wuch to the joy of some of our bmmIs which settled oa tha orjtaaa yottng mtu by iftgrlpa the baat oi ear tJM UM to Wag Mlfljital Dr BUa Vina Tar Howy osrva wwfa Jkst ttngatiac Uw wtaka ha vm aajUM M ottlda Jit sooth tfca air paaaaaJM Arttt Jaia nattily homatotha hoawt UhMtithbrottehUltoW UobtaNrth jm4 Ula Ma uwMDia wwa trjwiiMi aswaklnc It baiKwttolfaaoaa and 4attt ta wlUn th ewlwaajaa tt aaabtaa tfea blood to raeflaa Ha ffaytr HtM h bbaaatoiltoajajiaaaj t Â¬ Â¬ V sessions this week ad wkod ai idW Daughter of Dalla See tha Completion of a Work of Lore Dallas Tox April 80 Tho Confed Â¬ erate monnment erected through the efforts of the Daughters of the Confed- Â¬ eracy of Dallas wai unveiled here yes- Â¬ terday It is of Toxas granite tho shaft boing 50 f cot high and the monument honors both tho private and the chief On tho top of tho column stands the private and at tho baso aro four pedes- Â¬ tals on which oro lifo sized statues of Jefferson Davis It K Leo Stonewall Jackson and Sidney Johnson Jefferson Davis pulled tho cord that unveiled tho form of Ids grandfather Lucy Hayes did tho same for Kobert B Lee whilo the granddaughter of Stone- Â¬ wall Jackson completed the unveiling by pulling tho cords which removed tho veils from tho statues of Jaokson and Johnston After a number of young ladies representing tho different southern states had decorated the mon Â¬ ument with flowers Hon John H Reagan delivered a eulogy on President Davis Other eulogies wero pronounced as followers General B 12 Loe by Hon George N Aldredge on General Stone- Â¬ wall Jackson by Judgo H W Light foot on General Albert Sidney John Â¬ ston by Hon Norman Kit trell j on tho private by Hon A T Watts The ceremonies ended with a battle of flowers participated in by all the baso OF PEACE NO PROSPJCTS of tho monnment at the end being cov- Â¬ in Turkey ered with a mass of flowers War lrepnrntlons Joins With Unabated Vigor FORGER LEWIS IN COURT Constantinople May 8 War preparations go on with unabated vigor An KITort To no Made to Conaolldat Thirty Indictments Into Two Two commissions composed of officials TJrdana O May 3 Z T Lowis of tho ministcries of public works and of war have been formed for tho pur the bond forger was arraigned before poso of inspecting railways and facili- Â¬ Judgo Heiserman Saturday and pleaded tating tho dispatcli of troops to the not guilty His bond was placed at 30 090 in default of which ho was remand frontier It has been decided to extinguish the ed to jail A plea will be argued this week to torched in nil the lighthouses on the Gulf of Smyrna as far as Karaburnu quash ono indictment on tho trrounds during tho continuation of tho war that it was signed by the court clerk in- Â¬ It is officially announced that tha stead of the foreman of tho jury An Greek residents lu Turkey may become effort will also be made to consolidate naturalized as an alternative to leaving 80 indictments and have Lewis tried on the country This will bo compulsory only two for all Greeks of Sicily employed in Lewis is in very poor health and on Turkoy the advice of physicians the hearing was Tho porto has nndertnken to provide held in private guards for tho protection of tho AmerRIVER OVERFLOWEO ican inibsions in AsiaiMitior mid has promised that those shall not bo re- Â¬ Thouiande of Dollar of Destruction to tho consent of the moved without Orovrlnc Crops of Pennsylvania American legation Huntinoton Pa May 8 Tho in- Â¬ INVADED EPIRUS cessant rainfall of tho past 24 hours For the Third Time thn Oreeha Havo Oc has overflowed tho Juniata river and its numerous tributaries causing thousands euiilviLllilllphlHila Without Fighting AitrA May S After remaining in- Â¬ of dollars of destruction to growing active for two days the Greek troops ro crops The fnrmors along tho Itaystown invnded Epirus Tho Sixth regiment ndvauced and occupied Philiphiada for branch have snffored severe losses to buildings fences aud growing grains the third time without fighting The Juniata river is 10 feet Tho Turks aro still nt Pentepigadia water mark and is still rising above low and Imurt has born fortified tho mili- Â¬ The body of an unknown Italian rail- Â¬ tary bridgo over tho river Arta Aracht road laborer who was knocked off a destroyed having been bridgo 15 miles west of hero has just Tho streets of Arta present a strange been recovered horo witli tho contiunous oxodns of scene Judicial Convention citizens aud the stoady incoming of the Athens O May 1 At the Repub Â¬ peasantry who camped out in tho streets around fires with thousands of lican judicial convention of tho Seventh sheep and cattlo district held in tho city hall hero yes- Â¬ terday Judge D Warren Jones of Gal TROOPS REvTeWED llpolls was unanimously chosen as the Ilcniliiuarter of the Greek Army Will lie uomineo for common pleas judge Dele Â¬ Transferred to Vomokoa gates wero nrcsent from the counties of London May 8 Tho Athens corre Athens Qe lia Meigs Monroe Wash- Â¬ ington and inton which comprise the spoudout of The Standard says Tho ministers of war aud of the interior ar- judicial disMct It is tho first time in rived at Pharsaloi at noon Sunday and 40 years Gallia county has had a judge Kentucky ICepublfcanConventldn Immediately reviewed tha troops It Fiunkfoiit Ky May 1 Tho Re- Â¬ was stated that headquarters will be publican state central committee has de- Â¬ transferred to Vomokoa Thus far tho Turks havo captured it cided upon Louisville as tho mooting is estimated war material and orovis place for the state convention and Aug 10 as tho date ious of the value of 4600000 drachmas It is reported that as tho result of tha THE MARKETS queens letter to the czar Russia will lutervoue in favor of Greece Ttevlew of the Grain and Livestock Mar Â¬ kets For May 3 PANIC INCREASING Clucluuatl Tolmooo Market Oommuuleatlon With Volo still Itemaln Had Uninterrupted Offering for the week i 1730 London Mny 8 The correspondent Mow Comof Tho Times nt Volo says Old 768 munication with Volo still remains un- Rejections fo the week 42 Aotuol utlo- for tho viHk lB03 cut Locomotives have pushed out a Hoolpt for the week 6U3 short distance toward Larissa aud thoy lhu VM hhd new offered averaged 3 Otpor 100 hi against tSM for 1070 hhd report that the lino is apparently little The authorities aro dis Â¬ tho provluus week nnd f 4 73 for T7J hlids damagod tributing ritlcs and bayonets to civilians tho corroinouding week iu ISOfl The 775 hhds old offered averaged Si20 indiscriminately thus increasing the per 100 lbs against f UJ7 for 668 hhds tba week previous nnd 1300 for tW3 hhda panic Tho British warship Dryad has ar Â¬ tho amu wwk In X30Q rived hero and reports that she sighted 1ltUuurr the main body of tho Greek fleet on the Cattle Prime K 0CS SO feeders Island of Sklatho 3 70O1 40 nils stag and oowf ft 00 8 75 10a 10 Hoc Prime light HAS GREECE OIVEN UPt heavy tt 0ol 10 common to fnlr W ftj 35 sTAI 8 Kood ho p Extra t Oae ol the KIiib Stair Bars ThateAll i tOiSi 16 ommpn ll GCOS 00 ciioloo Hona 11m lleeu Abandoned 4 COsl 6 002625 Umbo veal calves London May 8 Captain Rubbok of 4 60 Kfug Georges staff has wired hero from CluclanaM theiiB that tho right wing of the Greek Wbeat OlslMte Oqrn JKw Ca army has repulsed the Turks but that tle Soleviwl uutehors H 0 sit Mr to 3 8 uommou tho left wing had retreated behind thaJ medium solwjWd aud prime bttteMre 5 84 Ho old irauuer nuu iu hvoiu poiug cireaai tg 80a Ml mhiwm 9C1J H Uakl vented Captain Rnbbsk adds t The Greek army i Epirwi after de Â¬ feat at FeotopagedM has retired to ArÂ¬ flhlsajr ia All hope at couUHiuur taw war is mow virtually a4tttMteM Tm AaathM Hu ftWrifat BuXaiMrf p aft4 W rataurittd to Volo for tha proMotis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 hours the of Greek troops near Pharsnlos nnd Domokoq has been drawn up in order of battlo but thero has ho ii no fighting Thn inhabitants of Pharsnlos havo nbamloncd tho town in fear of a Turk- Â¬ ish attack and an exodus lias begun from Domokos in tho direction of Lamia tho refugees pitching their tents in the open country on the ground It is believed that tho decisive conflict will be fought at Pharsalos and prob Â¬ ably tomorrow Thero are numerous indications that tho Rulli ministry intends to assume greater duect military and naval con- Â¬ trol and no longer divide tho responsi- Â¬ bility between the ministry and the court Tho novrs of tho victory nt Velestino has increased General Smolenkis popu Â¬ larity and ho is now regarded as the A foreign real hero of tho campaign officer who saw tho light says that the Turks numbered 2000 and the Groeks 8000 It is reported the island of Mitylono off tho coast of Ahia Minor has revolted iu favor of Greece aud that the Greek fleet will bo sent there forthwith A dispatch from Colonel Maiios ex plaining tho retreat of the Greek forces in Epirus says that tho morals of tho army was somewhat affected by the news of the retreat from Lurissa Tho entiro loss of the Greeks in Epirus is estimated at 200 Reports aro current hero that tha powers are about to mediato between Greece nnd Turkey Tho Italian and Austrian ministers havo had a long in terview with M Ralll and M Scoulodis Lamlii says whole body For tho past heilthulnej Celebrated for Its great leavening itrenath and Aiaurei the food aealntt alum and all orm of aduheralku oommon to tne cheap brandi XOYAL BAKING rOWDKR Y08K discuss measures witn a tiow or end Â¬ ing tho war between Turkey and Greece has already been nnder con- Â¬ sideration for several days at tho various foreign olllccs and may now bo con Â¬ sidered definitely abandoned MONUMENT TO JEFFERSON DAVIS Um ikWtauU Lcjnww May totted Um MHf WPaTrW ii Mtbwulriaidratlar Lwi 8iHaJNiT sasBsWsM SMte atlytfMga 1It 4 tm imttu ia aaiai otftoihUy t rtaT M- ptugmA to - Verk -- i Wff MiBBHIPPPw 9mWWNgm bt ai- f 33X3EFmmmn al 4 isaWlnli Isisiiiiiist fffKTminMilUMKBMXIOmWMmBmWmtB9MKmmmMT THR BKLElOKmNRIIDaR NKWS OLOYBHPOHT KY Breckenridge Tn News and 5 HARDINSBURG Circuit Court Next Monday No Other 2 New Paper Llko the Newi Suits filed Grand Jurors Have Been Summonsed Land Transfers Other Notes L H GLENDEANE 2 a keg at JtilUn Browus Allen Deane Is here from Owensboro Co flee 25c to tho dollar saved Julian BRANDENBURG More D VG Btlig Editor Proprlitri 1897 Nails WEDNESDAY MAY SIX PAGES CIRCUIT 1UDOK Brown I ant a candidate for re election ai Circuit Judge of tba 9th Judicial Districts subject to the action or 1 recognlie the Chicago the Democratic partY of Democratic IlaUbrm of 1806 at the true ftlLMiUEATH principle January ttt 197 COMMONWEALTHS ATTOIINEV W TIME TABLE OOIXS WMT Passenger Dally an Hardlnibnrg llsJl rm TiSO Iain a candidate for re election loth office of Commonwealth Attorney of the oth Judicial Dfs trkt ol Kentucky subject to the action of the WEED S C1IKLF Democratic party FOIt SHNATOIt ELtSIIA ASH llfE are authorised to announce the Mate Senate YY CRAFT a a candidate for ublect to the action of the Democratic patY HIT Passenger Dally arr Uardlnibnrg OOIKQ am J CIrcutt court begins next Monday G Stephens Holt was here last Friday Allen Klncheloe went to Louisville Monday Dr J B Frymlre Unoln Star was here last Friday There will be a meeting of the Democratic ecutive Committee on Monday May 10th 1897 Auction begins at 1 p m and 7 p m Meicer in Ilardintbutg the office of Meicer A X Klncheloe All member are urged to be present MikiMillir Clai drMehcik Chairman Secretary Charley Hook has sold his bicycle to Herbert DeJernett Democratic Senatorial Commitee Miss Ella Dillon is visiting Miss Laura District Com The Democratic Tenth Senatorial wheels mittee will meet at llardinsburg Monday May Boblnacker at Louisville Mike Miller Chm loth Miss Mary Peyton has stopped school When you go to Garfield call on Mrs Clauds Mece Sec and to tho regret of numerous friends S E Withworth for millinery Call of County Convention The city fathers could do a noble serÂ¬ here has returned to her home at Falls The Populists of flreckenridge County are raled of Rough to meet In llardinsburg on May 15 1S9T for the vice by restoring the street lights to the of electing Eurpose convention delegatesmeets inloth Senatorial which llardinsburg There has been forty two new suits June 1st I807 The County convention will con GARRETT filed for the present term of Circuit vene at oclock p m sharp May 13th 1807 H II McMullin Chm II Co I V Com Court J W Tuell and wife went to Vino If you need a pair of shoes or a hat SELF EXPLANATORY forget Kincheloes auction next Grove Monday dont Dave Henry the grocery drummer Monday Both tbo editors of the News did not Fine silver ware watches and jswelry was hero Thursday sign the Henderson petition that lias J R Downs and S P Allen went to There were others of all descriptions going at cost James been referred to Brandenburg Monday Klncheloe who signed it that did not support Mr J 0 Crutcher is treating his house The crowd that was to go on the fish Â¬ Henderson because as ono gentleman ing party didnt get off on account of tho roof to a now coat of paint remarked to us not long since He said Dr Miles attended tho medical meet Â¬ he signed it and did not support Hender Â¬ bad weather son because he had been informed that Remember you can still get some ing at Brandonburg Tuesday the petition or paper was not to be sent good bargains in jewelry at James Mies Nora Alright of GustonIs spend Â¬ to Henderson no way At any rate the Kincheloes ing this week with Dora Funk propriety of that thlDg was seriously Gas Bunger is at Brandenburg this Tho committee to arrange a program questioned at the time It was finally for the County Sunday School Conven- week serving as grand juryman sanctioned by several who wore Hender- tion will meet at Irvington tomorrow Casper Funk and sister Dora spent sons friends yet at the same time they Any thing In my house at cost for the Saturday night at Mr Bill Wrights believed he would regard the thing as a Goods must bo closed Joe Blair relumed from Hardin Fri compliment any way and decline the next ten days day after a few days visit to his brothers race However we hope now that as it out James Klncheloe is all over some of his over zealous Everybody wore overcoats and wraps Miss Myrtle Crutcher spent a few friends will try and get the kinks worked on lost Saturday the first day of May days this week in Vino Grove tho guest out of them before hot weather or they It was more like winter than a May day of hersiBter Lulu may have to go on cold storage V G B Tom Donahue says he wouldnt take Dr Miles and family returned home Womans Missionary will meet Friday one thousand dollars boot between his Saturday after several days visit in afternoon at 3 oclock with Mis 0 S However much we may dislike Mr girl at Kirk and any other girl in the Breckenridge county All members especially in Â¬ Cleveland he is capable of saying some county Mrs Buckler spent Monday night and Grinnell good things along Democratic lines His Some Mrs Roberts of Meade county was Tuesday at Garnettsville the guest of vited and visitors welcomed special music and reading idea of true Democracy which wo print here lost week visiting her son Prof her sister Mis Howard in this issue strikes us as having the Roberts of tho Breckenridge Normal Wm Bland is getting along fine The true ring to it The only objection any College Shooting Contest operation for appendicitis was an unusuDemocrat can have to Mr Cleveland is Cloverport Gun Club have ar ally severe one but has proved to be in Tho third Quarterly meeting of the his position on the money question And M E Church South in this district will Ulie to hold a match contest at their overy way successful We are all re- Â¬ if as he says free silver at 1G to 1 would be held at Webster next Saturday and grounds in this city Saturday May 8th joiced for Willie and his paronls bring ruin and financial disaster to the Sunday Tho contestants are W W Watson Miss Maydeo Pusoy takes great inter Â¬ country it isnt what we want We be- Â¬ Licensed to marry F 0 Tauley to Chief Train Dispatcher of the Texas est in base ball She understands the lieve Mr Cleveland is honest in what he Miss Vanda V Carson Mc II Cashman railroad and who holds the medal as ex game and can batt technicalities right says There is no cant or appeals to the to Miss Louisa Kelm Benedict Elder to champion of Kentucky and W F Hook along Mnydee like all true Kentuck passions or prejudices of men They are of llardinsburg who is considered an iaus isexultingovorthe Colonels ascent Miss Matilda Beavin sober strong words full of patriotism excellent shot They are to shoot fifty in the scale 1C9 pairs of ladies and gents I have and Democracy They wont hurt us to live pigeons for 25 a side the one kill- Â¬ Miss Sue Carter of Lebanon Ky has What Democrats of the fine shoes and 25 gents fine hats which ing the most pigeons gets the stake read them gono to Louisville but will return to be of Next Monday at auction country want to do and more especially I will dispose monoy They are to shoot at a distance with her sister Mrs Dr A X Klncheloe Pusey Miss in Breckenridge county is to get togeth- Â¬ of thirty yards rise with thirty yards Sue is a prime favorite of mine so intel- Â¬ A fellow came in last week and says boundary There will be er and we can never get there until we several shoot Â¬ get on speaking terms and quit calling here is a dollar send me the News its ing contests at Clay birds This is look- Â¬ ligent and well posted an hoar with her is manna to the soul the only paper that gives the news each other bad names An ed to with great interest among the boys Mrs Blancho Fontaine has returned Methodist claes meeting is what we Right you are sonny and a good crowd is expected to be In from another trip to Louisville She is want Short talks along this line from Mr T J Whitfield brought in a han- the city on that day posted in all affairs pertaining to Damo both sides of the house might do us dle gourd last week that measured 33 Fashion as are all our modistes Misses good Speak out gentlemen Wo would inches round and 87 inches in length Henry Moorman and Robt Dean of Hallle Dowdy Lida Powell Ada Vree liko to hear from you through these Whats the matter with that gourd Mr llardinsburg came to this city last night landi columns Sims in search of little Miss Nolte Allen of our base ball and Mrs J A tB F Beard Co have opened up an adoptedof daughter of Mr She left home of About twenty game went up lastlovers the natioual sun Chairman Mike Miller desires the art gallery They have some of the finest Witt llardinsburg members of the County Democratic Com- pictures on exhibition in the country after school Tuesday evening with the day to Bee the Colonels play the Windy mittee to meet at llardinsburg next and you pay your money and take your intention of going to her mother Mrs City team but Play Ball was not call- Â¬ John Farmer who lives at Patesvllle ed over the diamond on account of the Monday There is some important mat- Â¬ choice elements hence iome blue boys return- Â¬ ters to look after and the new chairman I will be hero eight or ten days prob- but was overtaken on the pike by some ed wants in addition to meet all the mem Â¬ ably as one In a buggy and brought to this city much as two weeks and I will bers and confer with them Mr Miller sell any piece of goods They found her at Mrs Jo Culleys who The Exposition at Noshvlllo in some in my house at is a new man in the chair but there is is a relative of Mr Witts respects will surpass the exhibition of cost for that time I mean just what I no discount on his zeal to work every- Â¬ the Worlds Fair We as Kentucklans say James Klncheloe thing for the good of the party This are proud that Miss Enid Yandell of our GENERAL NEWS A A Richardson Garfield is the year will require much effort and metropolis will place before the Parthe- place to buy goods cheap Millinery a in all the precincts to bring out on the largest statue evor modeled by Ladies hats good results There is no disaffection so specialty this season Nlitmil gut vmw truk nt Stn Antonio woman trimmed in the latest stylo Country Toxin far as the News is advised that will cut Watch out for pie distribution in Ken- Â¬ Tl o i dv auru o 5 o cott In tho prlco of any figure in the general results of the produce taken iu exchange for goods So mo luclous plums will go window Klntalu nil Mictions of tho country tucky Transfers George S Allison to John went lino effect May I election this fall That is if everything Thats nil right To the victor belong Son the Tar and White shall continue as at present That was a II Bates Authority uiw buun grnntctl for the or tho spoils When a house is divided gmlziitlou of tliuXnziircth Xntlonul bank against Itself very representative body of Democrats Sulpher Springs James P Minor to L down it is bound to go of Xiunroth Pn wiplinl tSJOOO Mitchell Treasurer of Perry county that met in mass convention and formu- L The giimo warden of Ohio linvo discov Tho Republicans have knocked down lated the present ticket They left the Ind 130 acres in Holts Ihttom consid Â¬ ered tliut thny oin not legally molest tho tho Democratic edifice hall with great zeal and determination to eration 5000150 enrp which are destroying all tho other D M Duncan had a pleasant trip work for the success of the party Not a In a letter to the manufacturers Messrs fish In the Ohio Rtioiuu homo and visited that famous Cooking Milton Mnnchealor while Intoxicated man on the ticket will bo scratched in Davis Buzzard of West Monterey Pa He reports well foil from rt cliff to tho tocky bottom of Club of Cloverport our judgment The whole ticket will go say Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Ciiyahoiriv rlvor CO foot nt Cuyahoga as usual more talking than cooking but through if a single man on It is elected has cured peoplo whom our physicians Falls Ho oxaped without n seraoh the little city of Clover is brimful of It is supreme folly to make any other could do nothing for We persuaded Bnnkor I S Wlmtnndloy of Now Al progressive go a head women backed by bany Ind charRcd with embezzlement deduction them to try a bottle of it and they now from tho Now Albany Banking company intelligence and information recommend it as do the rest of us For vn ncqulttod Tho Jury being out only Tho Evening Post of Saturday May 1 It appears at last that the proportion sale at 25 and 50 cents perbottlo by A R 13 uilnii oi of Democrats who were in our conyen lisher Druggist Tho stcninshln Ln fiiueoorno which came out iu Its nineteenth anniversary nailed for Kuropo Saturday had on board edition It was Interesting to road and tlon and helped nominate the ticket The following parties were ordered to iwuvju iu giiti tno largest consign note what patent process and improved that are now to bolt and scratch it is be summoned as the list of grand jurors incutof tho pt uolous motnl to tho other machinery has done to revolutionist exactly one to every five hundred And klclo for months niut for the present term of court Julius is a paper after my yet the boys will got along Chairman Grouse has called meeting business The Post DuUchke Miles Chancellor John M oi tno liiio iUpiiiiiionn centrala commit- Â¬ own heart progressive aggreesive inde Â¬ tee pendent iu opinion and assertions Long it In tho Nell Houso In Colum Hon Charles Blanford has engaged Hendrick John N Tucker Thomas bus to n eFriday to nrrungo next for tho stato may it live I Payne John O Miller Robert Matting rooms at Washington where he is soon ly It M Jolly E B Cjlesby Peter Kopituucun com on nn jfLast Wednesday was field day for the to go to prosecute his claims for the Owing to cl ish tho Lyons G B Cunningham Stephen ell ind tho ttcounty bit Aoonnt oltr conn Richardson name Mr Ben F Richard Â¬ court Charleston Marshalshlp Kennedy Clias M Heslon Milton W Vn tho luttor Iwdy refused to grant son of Chicago Miss Sallio Pusey of Hawkins Horace Winchell Wm II liquor licenses Iu tho city and every saloon Valley Station were married Allan Tub Hon W E Minor is keeping U closoil for nu Indefinite porlol Pile Ephram Gray James Haynes silent and sawing wood Youll find David Tho TcnncwOd couteulal exposition at Richardson and Miss Ncnfus Meado N Howard and Richard II Nnshvlllo was oponod at noon Saturday county wero made one Mrs W G Rich Â¬ him loaded tho when the time comes to Bandy with appropriate ccremonlo in tho ardson and Mr J D Hardin had the speak presence of many thousands of peoplo knot tied at the Fifth Avenue Louis-Â¬ It promises to bo a great success Â¬ Primary In Hancock The Beit County Weekly The supreme court of Canada has deÂ¬ ville This column extends congratulaThe Democratic primary election held cided that a man or woman who leaves tions from the Louisville Foil Hancock county last Saturday result- Â¬ O innda to go to the United States for dl Mr Editor baa your wife removed The Clovorport News continues to in vorco without lutendlug to live there nf ed in the election of the following nomi Â¬ torw mil Well shell put it on marrying and returning to Can that bandago print more county news and in better nees Legislature again I sunt the Nswa and Louisville J L Brown j county aln can bo proecutod for btgumy ahape than most any other weekly paper judge G D Chambers county clerk Tho Wisconsin Boot Sugar company Dispatch to a sound money friend and in Kentucky J II Jackson county attorney II E which ha Just completed a plant at Men asked for opinion He is somewhat of a nominee FnlN Wli hn nsslguod The Cigarette Smoking Killed Him a Duncan circuit clerk J O Bowling assotts are ostium od nt 115000 and Jho journalist and edits quite a spiov little jailer W T Sterrett school super Â¬ liabilities aro unknowu It is thought club sheet which I receive The com Â¬ Frank Allen the young men who was taken suddenly ill In this city some daya intendent W 8 Givensj acsessor J II probable that tho bondholders will got ment i The Nkws ia splendid I Better the plant and eontiuuo the business gotten up fu every way tljan the DIs ago and had to be removed to bis home Taylor she riff Mike Stephens Mrs Delia Nlcholnon of Indianapolis patch aud E K Kelley for Commonwealths has it rtlkcta great ciedit on at Haweayille died there yesterday sued the CltWeu Htreot Hallway afternoon Ilia dcth le attributed en Attorney carried the county over Rowo company of that city for I 6 OX ilamngus Breckenridge county1 by 650 plurality In the race for circuit for the killing of her lltllu ilnugh or by a I set the Hardlaasburg correpoadnt tirely to the aaioJtia of cigarett judge Judge Owen Is a winner over his motor car and for the additional nnnau aaya our uoun D AWxanuV ol Xew Owewtboro Mwenw that when tba fnthsr th mangled re eampmmmir yuuge jiu urown oy over malm of hi child bhw beOMiu raving York Oily will b thani some Unw thU No iuU vviiM tut 900 ad Howe for Commonwealths maniac and U now oonluad In nu tuaan month 1 have a lftUr from bin U weak Ouarautool toliaaeo fcavblt sura AUonpiKUs by 511 We L All dfutwltu Man sWMi- - 90i pur mIuui with no hop of ttoorvrf W Hying 1m vlli vUtnIl ol Uakti Demooratio Executive Committee Ex Â¬ at Mils Lulu Viseli Hnrilinshurg is visiting Mrs Mattingly Cash paid for produce at Julian Browns Mr and Mrs Olllo Haynes will return to day from a visit to Whltesvllle Buy your axes at 40c at Julian Browns Miss Ella Robertson was at home on the sick list a part of lost woek Vic Robertson goes to Loulsvlllo to Â¬ morrow with a nice lot of stock sfj aaAsnnetsV lnriftitA icpuii r hlanl lirI i yciioua ui uiouucaua uuuuui district shows 220 pupils for this year The Mattlnglys are moving their Btw mill from town out to Mr Charley Robertsons Rev B A Cundlff passed through town Saturday on his way home from Hardin county Paul Dempster ami W O Moorman are spinning around on their hikes Our town will soon have several otlior Cables Compliment To The News Miss Pussy Understands Base Ball Other Topics of Interest I Little Men Women Wc call them little men and little women but they are neither They have Ideas and Fortu- Â¬ ways all their own become fond nately they soon of cod liver oil when It Is p iven to them In the form of SCOTTS EMULSION This Is iUr mm valuable remedvin existence for all the wasting The diseases of early life poorly nourished scrofulous child the thin weak fretting child the young child who docs not grow all take Scotts Emulsion without force or bribe It seems as If they knew that this meant nourishment and growth for bones muscles and nerves Book telling more about it free 1 Â¬ Â¬ Prof A 0 Burton went to Loulsvlllo last Saturday Mr J D Hardin roturntd to Frank Â¬ fort this week Mr Novltt wants our boj 8 to form a homo ball tmm Mrs R II Novltt is Improving She sulTeis from neuralgia Mrs James Falrlelgh has taken rooms with Blancho Fontaine for tho summer Miss Fannie Pusoy Phillips spent Sat Â¬ urday and Sunday with Miss Eteanora B Hendrick Jlmmlo Lee and Mlnnlo Flemmlng Woolfolk spent Saturday nnd Sunday with Mrs George Frymire Miss Carter visited Miss Agnes Wor land last week She made n nioet pleasÂ¬ ant impression and left many friends Bro Pate preached a deep thoughtful sermon last Sunday Services every night this week at the Methodist church I leave for Louisville to day to visit my husbands relatives at Crescent Hill Ill bo back in time to report for you as usual Mrs Tom Howard entertained the Christian Contributor Society Saturday night A big crowd turned out and all had a j illy time Miss Mabel Hardin accompanied Mrs Richardson to Louisville last Wednes Â¬ day and witnessed the ceremony that made her Mrs Hardin Ed Yeakels house has received its final spring outfit exterior and interior It is a thing of beauty a joy forever A great ornament to our town I dont bclievo Dr Hunter is guilt of the things charged against him I hope the conspirators will bo prosecuted to the very utmost limit of tbo law Oh yes two more babies aro on my list to tell about Edwin Woolfolk son of our County Judge and Denny Walter son of D W Lewis Im going to see them A soft answer turneth away wrath indeed the Nkws carried it out towards the Messenger I would have scored it good fashion I meet individuals on their own ground FURNITURE aVeVrfaV Lace Curtains and Poles wf i t I Art Denim Japanese Art Draperies Fluer de lis Swiss with Per sian Flowers Coin Dot Swiss if 1H V Mi iv I druggists I SCOTT It wont pay to try a substitute for Scotts Emulsion with the children They will relish the real thing i rrt u ror sue at su a j ti nn w tt -- And Many Other Things to Delight the Heart Of the most Fastidious House Call on us and look Keeper Dont through all the new things fail to see our MX WWMHHMH BOWNE Mew York Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky eo we will expect him He was here in 1834 I shall write to Dr J B Alexander of Louisville and Rad Alexander of Chicago to meet him at this point and we will visit Doo Run their old home together whero we all as children spent many happy days togeth Â¬ er By tho way I see where Mrs Stan diford nee Gerard Alexander of Louis- Â¬ ville is to bo one of tho handsomo wo- Â¬ men in tho group of Kentuckys hand Â¬ somest galaxy of stars We have sent a Republican Senator to Washington Democrats had it In their power to send a sound monoy Democrat but refused and listened to sonio direct- Â¬ ors of tho destinies of tho party and preferred to seo Deboe go He is sound money and high protixtive tariff Mar Â¬ tin would have fought tho lattor which all Democrats ought to fight an absurd tariff Dltigleyism Democrats aud a queer commodity Henry D Martin was Blackburns friend I That doesnt signi Â¬ fy Use your frionds to accomplish your object and then let thorn drop is the motto of the political and social world Damon and Pythias days aro The generality of people have over frionds only to use them to accomplish an end The sooner you discard such friends the better off on are for time and eternity Ex President Cleveland cannot make a speech before a club without gutting rib roosters from croakers iu nil di- Â¬ rections How the N Y Suu hates Mr Cloveland and yet after severe sarcasm it came out with his speech in full One thing wo all certainly can endorse he wants all Democrats to get together to fight the common enemy Mr Cleve- Â¬ lands second administration is generally conceded to be lacking in wisdom when compared with his first but that he saved our countrys honor nono can doubt Mr Wattereons criticism was simply abuse showed that our brilliant Kentucky editor had lost none of his ha- Â¬ tred exhibited towards Mr Cleveland for many years Mr Bryans criticism was couched in courteous language and showed muddy dignity Certainly the papers and their editors niuet be at a loss for topics to begin to discuss 1000 affairs after such a recent struggle as our coun- Â¬ try has just survived Better discuss keeping a President in offlre for eight years so as not to tear tho country to Jiieces every four years aad stagnate bus 1 1 Straw Hats We propose to Lead not Follow in prices Remember our motto Quick Sales and Small Profits It Addison f Dick ADDISON KY HOME FIRST The World Afterwards Every dollar spent in your home store adds to the development of the home industries It helps the growth of the town by helping the growth of the individual for we are all more or less dependent upon each other The great trade centers pay tribute to the big stock We are keeping careful track of your wants and constantly adding to the stock to meet them Now dont fail to give me a call All manner of produce taken in exchange for goods Â¬ S rttau Sji OHAELES RADENHEIMER Clifton Mills ky DMnuMiu DADninu emcne occucnoi z HERES A GRAND OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU With every Hat purchased at the cost of 3 4 or 5 your selection from any of the following articles to you as a gift A Beautifully Decorated Dresden Plate Handsome Oheese Plate or a Bisque Match Sufe which will be presented Â¬ Son have on exhibition at their marble shop a fino monument which has just been completed by J M J E Keith Teboe who as a cutter and designer cant bo excelled It is of black pearl granite rustic style with polish face This handsome monument is to mark tho grave of the late L G Gregory fonmpli To the Editor I have an absolute remedy for Consumption By Its timely use thousands of hopeless coses have been already permanently cured So proof positive am I of its power that I consider it my duty to stitdtwo hot tits fret to those of your readers who have ConsumptionThroat Bronchial or Lung Trouble If tliey will write me tlietr express and postofTice address Sincerely T A SLOCTJM M C ISJ Pearl St Hew York Vf Th Editorial and Daslnu Msnseerant ol tnl Â¬ ANI ITa cuius Â¬ Rose Bowls Out Glass Violet Dishes Tooth Piok Holders in all colors With a S2 or 2 50 Hat you may take your-- choice from these articles Beautiful Line of Ribbons In all Colors and Widths Laces Veilings and Motions My line surpasses any ever shown in any previous Beason You will miss it by not calling to see me CLOVERPORT XT rr Uuarantee this kodwoo froposlUoo Harry Wilkei Friday and Saurdav My 7h nd 8h Itcturn sch rlnth day Other limes at mv sable Kindly atUng your patrnrutf e and thanking you for past CiAors us Kcixalully 41 3W C I- Mrs SS3IIF H VDUNCAN -S- rrson dslilE to brwl to the famons hose Harry Wllkti will find blm at darned Station - Hawkins TQ-CTIES Â¬ Notice I hereby glvn that th undersigned Commissioner will unt 1 Saturday May islh 1S9Y receive scaled bids for tint contract to huild an Anv person idditlon to the County lnor lloute wishing to secure the cnntinct wi i all at the Countyl udsrea office and se okin p-- ciflcatlons etc Said Commissioner srev thricht to re jert any and all bids ay j sooy Wll A ml A M KtNCiKLOcl Commissioner j C U IATK 41SW Notice ao 1fJrT O O Ha Jhi if 381 t The largest Wool dttlcr In Louisville BDr McUnt n Knit Market Streot IOUINVIXLE ICY Do not chare an commission and mal oromnt Will firnl1 ck to pMh Pf ff SAVE MIDDLEMANS PROFIT AND SHIP TO D Irvington Drug Store HEADQUARTERS FOR DAVIS Sacks furnished to panic WarthOUItl liT ItUlI lIOGst Mnln We buy Wool from Dtaltr Umbr uuni vriin in guarapic It l r0rmft tvmt dest rou shipping to u k SON aWtffSrSES WOOL i PURE DRUGS MEDICAL WHISKIES And Old 9 - lllfM Prt ihnnW I r U1 Tfl ba received from owlnif to our Kastwn coTSilon No commissions to pay Copper Distilled Irawiy Â¬ I mat given nrompt atten Â¬ tion and filled same day they are received OIvo ua a trial order Orders U W FRANK fe CO IRVINGTON KY There are other Pebbles on the Beach lil thrs vv at tk a usai WUI1 vtWI nAkl I lt i THE BLICKENSDERFER If you meBtvM A typewriter cant prnnounc alignment th nam sotll It vleibla writiiw r pt aiFfli ptlaung and lnklBg toy Jwit a fWHttHk lntrchajMM Vat n1 Uilng Wllt Prlo t3fi 00 I4MI a rix V r WW WIST VIMIKU SUPPLY Blaalnil tiaals Isi Vi ii is CO Lam K O V wt xFirtrw KFqnf r H ffi ffi I i fr fr iaiiiwiiiiiiiiiiLi MiiwiTiniiinniirnininifrfiirrifrirTitr - 5V t --- TtTnlTgrrinr --- Birawjii1iivirvtjtrtiiwwjiwigaa www BJiimmiiiijMwtiiii - m BHaoKmsttt2om mifr ijffwauj8iwiniiiiijiitiwiiiiiinjhiuwiiwtWiiai T diuovmHPOHT C BUSH D D S Office on 6th Sf iiHi4siiiirtwi ky MMNMEASlMPH linn t k RRPrWPNRTnrP 41MW v J V- - NFWQ 1807 AlUtlWf -- r 9 Lr WKDNKSDAY MAYS j I HJ Doctors Imvo eomo curious cxpnrlonnf a when collecting their bills aphjslcian lu this city attended the wife of a pros porous fanner through n serious Illness Unltf nnd when he went to collect his bills tho farmer wanted to deduct a quarter be icauso adoso of calomel given by the C ojoctor made his wife eo sirk that slio lii row up her breakfast which viaslost Jn an adjoining county a doctor present Â¬ hisblll for attending a severe caso of mumps and the patient contended that the bill should be reduced one half be caUso he only had the mumps on one aide jucaficlb ABSOLUTELY ANDY CATHARTIC Union county will try raising beet for tho sugar Industry WWfcWWWWIkW v iismi -- m tiixsaweeiMiomnii a f trrtttikwAiii justa x 2550 10 CURE CONSTIPATION HSldl 111 jaLJU --lsUJ AJ MTiU IlKJIUll 10 fhlcairo Montreal Cannelfon Ind Humors pimples boils are very an- Â¬ Dtntlilry In aM Itu Tlranchei practiced snd noying They quickly disappear when n the the blood Is purified by Hoods Satsap all operitloni performed the times molt skillful manner at prices to rut arilla Crown and Ilridge Work a specialty Teeth attracted loillirely Without ialn K n Frost aged 70 yearc wasMrtoken Itlant Ininplrlo Hontnl Itnonm with jmralj sis suddenly on thu street lu 11 nnlliarn liiitlmin Madlsonville had sire eyes lur ytais lie tried many doctois and remedies and always failed Ky Mr Will Skillirmn t t ror raimiy or jnjqici use Pure Jjyple JJrandy I make a specialty of Fine Apple Brandy guaranteed to be strictly unadulterated I use nothing but sound and ripe fruit My IJ randy 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 and shinned on short notice t t i t x GUARJHTEED Ad 8TKISIIM1 ed pie and booklet free aiimr tXStiSErsStiftS oetr Can York ALL limit DRUGGISTS Bring Out Your Plugs Tlterr will m llor rraihng at Stfptwwport Ky So come on with Hets MlllevirySitnriliy Ycuia truly joui plug at lorse Trader ff til to he tried Southerlauds Eagle Eye Salve which cured him ii side Henderson ladles gave a production of Gibsons living plclurts at the opera house gt relief until i WILSON VS DINGLEY Yes Weve Hoard That Tail ono week Not only acute lung troubles which FormBT Tariff Maker Exposes Abrt may prove fatal In a few days but old surdities of tho Dlngloy Bill chronlc coughs and throat troubles may receive Immediato relief and be perma- Â¬ nently cured by One Minute Cough TRUSTS WILL BE ENCOURAGED Ouro Short Haynes was sandbagged in his store ar goods wore lakeu A humble boy with a thiol g pall Went tinging down the vale To where a cow with a lirlndle tall On allafl did ttgll A bumblebee did giljr sail a Over the soft and thady vale To where the boy with the ahlnlng fail Wa milking the cow with the brlndle tail The bee lit down on thr c walefteir And her feet fl w up through the atmosphre And through the leave ol a cot onwood tiee The boy talle I In o eternity There truthful lines doth bring o mind The tall of an nrlnil of at other kind Which shows that a biy of itntcent mind Was given a lift b thu limbs behind Ilut for fear the rfader rhuld he veaed Well say Its contlnu- - d in our ni t W F Fulwiler a Henderson merchant No money childbronÂ¬ Â¬ While Labor Will Be Discouraged and as a Revenue Producer It is a Dismal Failure Ex Fostmatcr General William I Wilson is credited with tho authorship of tho tariff hill now in force His hands wero tied so that ho conld not mako tho bill nearly as good as ho de- Â¬ sired to mako it nnd tho bill as finally passed was not nearly ns good ns when it first passed tho house It was how over a great improvement upon tho Mo Kiulcy bill and is n model as compared Wo with tho Dinfcley monstrosity quote tho following from Mr Wilsons criticism of tho McKiuloy nnd Dinglcy bills in a recent number of tho Now York Herald Thcso bills nro eo nearly identicnl in general structnro nnd particular items excepting ns to tho sugar schcdnlo that it moy bo well to consider the offeot of tho first bill cm tho rovenue of tho conn try Both bills nro vast and aluminous schemes of class taxation tho production of public rovenuo being an incident and entirely subordinate to tho purposo of taxing all tho American pcoplo for tho benefit of n small part of tho people Tho protectionist has but one remedy which ho npplies whether tho rovenuo bo redundant or deficient If times uio prosperous and more money than is needed pours into tho treasury ho in Â¬ creases taxes by a schemo that turns the larger part of thoir nvnils into pri Â¬ vate pockets nnd this reduces pnblio rovenuo If times arc doprcsscd and less money than is needed pours into tho treasnry ho seizes tho pretext of in Â¬ creasing pnblio revenues by adding enormously to tho amount of privato ex- Â¬ action Tho act of 1800 whatovcr its other effects did rcduco revenue From a largo surplus it swept ua headlong to a deficiency although it weighted tho peoplo with heavier taxes and although another law passed in July 1800 turned into the treasury as n part of tho general assets to bo used for paying ex- Â¬ penditures a trust fund of moro than 54000000 which belonged to tho national banks and had always been held for tho redemption of their notes Even beforo tho Harrison administra Â¬ tion ended wo should havo been con- Â¬ fronted with a largo deficiency but for the ufo of this trust fund and tho fur Â¬ ther fact that Secretary Foster by a ohango of bookkeeping added to tho treasury balauco 20000000 of token and subsidiary coin not beforo treated as a treasury asset With thcso extraordinary additions even wo wound up tho fiscal year Juno flO 1803 with n sur- Â¬ plus of only 3841674 as against a surplus for tho fiscal year Juno SO 1890 of over 85000000 beforo tho abovo trust fund and subsidiary coin were touched And during tho fiscal year onded Jnno 80 1804 through nil of which tho McKinley bill was in forco expenditures exceeded tho rovcuues to tho amount of 00803300 notwith Â¬ standing tho fact that tho expenditures of tho government wero 16062674 less than in tho preceding year This statement shows how absurd and groundless is tho claim constantly made by tho protectionists that recent deficits in roveuuo nro duo to tho substitution of tho existing tariff for tho McKinley bill Nothing is moro certain than that if tho bill had been in force dnring tho last thrco years tho annual deficit would havo been humonsoly swollen whilo tho peoplo in a season of depression and bard times would havo staggered under much heavier burdens of taxation Even in this disastrous period customs duties uuder tho existing law havo increased from less than 182000000 in 1804 tho last year of tho McKinley bill to oven 162000000 in 1806 nnd to over 160000000 in 1800 In tho sugar schedulo nlono tho bal- Â¬ ance in favor of the existing law is nbout 55000000 Tho customs revo uuo reached nearly 40000000 scarce- Â¬ ly any of which would have boon re Â¬ ceivable under tho McKinley bill That tho Diugley bill present condi Â¬ tions considered is the most ultra pro- Â¬ tective turiff ever proposed to bo enact Â¬ ed in this country plainly appears from Chairman Diugloys statement that if levied ou tho importations of tho last fiscal year it would have increased the rovenuo 112000 000 that is to say it would havo gathered from nn importa Â¬ tion of 775724204 of imported mer Â¬ chandise tho ouonnous sum of 372 000000 which is nearly 60000000 more than any customs rovenuo over sollectcd in ono year in this country in tho past And to say tbut its rates will probably check dutiablo imports to tho extent of reducing tho estimate to 70 000000 is only another way of saying that to that extent such rates are pro Â¬ hibitory American consumers aro shot in tho home market to bo preyed upon by com- Â¬ binations nnd trusts without possibili Â¬ ty of relief from outsido competition Snob combinations by joining to keep np prices and to curtail production wago moro merciless war against tho employment tho opportunities and tho compensation of Aniorioun labor than any possible competition from abroad could do i Tho falling off of importations under tho present law dispels tho illusion that the American laborer is anyvvhero deprived of employment by tho impor Â¬ tation of foreign products Tho gratify Â¬ ing Increase in our exports of manufac tures i equally stroag proof that thosa laws aro helping us to outer and com which moans not maud ww marks only largo smdoyweut for our arU imum boa ooawwew for our Â¬ Â¬ Croup and whooping cough are hoods terrors but like pneumonia Clluton Ky Oct 12th 1800 Mendenhall Evansville I ml DarSIr You may ship mo J Grots Chill aud Fever Cure on same terms as lost I have sold two or three times as much of your chill cute this eeisjn as any other aud it has given splendid Yqurs truly satsfactlon T K TAYLOR Haynef Short Dr J O u alone tins Ultaneeil all competitors - Uoiialas tivi ainu anil 3Jl shoes are the productions of ftklllerl workmen from the bent material ponsltile at these prices Also VIM ami tut shoes for men S3 Ml IM aud 171 for hoju W I Dougta shoes are Indorsed liy orer lKi00 nearer ns the In style fit ami durability of any shoe ever offered at the prices They are made In all the latest shapes ami styles and of every vari ety of leather If denier cannot snnnlr Ton write fnr mtn v wvue 10 wi i uougias riurocaton Mass Bold by W I- CM SMITH Andyville Ky Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order Good chitis and other throat and lung troubles can be quickly cured by using One Min ute Cough Cure Short Haynes Mrs 8edley Downs sent to the Courier yesterday a natural Easter egg It is of ordinary siz and shape but la beautifully colored being shaded from a dull yel- low to a dark reddish brown and lookB as if it had been dyed Mrs Downs eaja it was laid Just that way by one of her hens about Easter time and has not been changed a particle It is quite a curiosity and may be seen at the Courier office Spencer Courier Â¬ Â¬ High license prohibits thu sale of cigar- Â¬ ettes n Cor don New6bojs on trains S3SHOEnthBobrld For II years tills by merit shoe WLDOUGLAS let are reaping a hirvest Â¬ 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 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 the fourth Monday of each month It is to your interest to consult us t- - Buoklens Arnica Salve Tits Best Salvk in the world for Cuts Bruisep Sores Ulcers Salt itheum Fe Iver Sore Tetter Chapped Hands Chil Â¬ blains Corn and all Skin Eruptions and postively cureB Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For Sale by A It Â¬ Fisher An Indian mound was oponed Monday on the farm of William Thresher near LfewlBport and in it were found seven complete skeletons County jailer William Brown was present and ho vouches for the truth of the statement that the largest of the skel- Â¬ etons measured nine and one half feet in length the skull of which was twice the size of that of an ordinary man Hawes vllle Plalndealer Dover N II Oct 31 1800 Mksjiw Ely Ilitos The Balm reach ed me safely and in so alio t a time thu effect is surprising My son eays the first application decided relief I havo medicine does not stimulate and contalis a Bholf filled with Catarrah Cures no whisiey nor other Intoxlcaut but Tomorrow the rtove Bhall receive them acts as a tonic and alterative It acts and Elys Crtam Balm will reign mildly on the stomach and bowols add Biipremo Ilesptctfully Mrs Fksk ing strength and giving tone to the or- lin Freeman gans thereby aiding nature in tho perCream Balm is kept by all druggists formance of the functloi s Eh ctric Bit Â¬ Full siz 60j Trial s z 10 cents We ters is an excellent appetiz r and aids mail it digestion Old people find it jus exact- Â¬ ELY BROS50 Warren St N Y City ly what thoy need Irico fifty cents and 100 per bottle at A It Fishers Drug Tito Mutual distillery at Uniontown Store started up May 1st as aleo the Daunacher cooper works Tho negroes hero helit ve now more firmly than ever that tho dtsvll is abroad There is some one in almost every in the laud A colored tramp went to neighborhood who is subject to attacks the house of another negro Wedneslay of pain in tho Btouineh or billions colic night and asked to stay all night but Mr J D Kfiinoy Warren Center Pa was refused at which he beeame offend used to be troubled in that way lie ed and told tho resident that he would Bays Tho attacks wero marked by damage him by firo He startml off terrible pains diarrhea and fainting through the grassy lot and every tirao spells At such times I sullcred exceed his foot touched the ground a bluze of ingly until I began using Chamberlains file was left in the track which is still Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy burning and tho negroes are frightened two or three dost s of which effected an almost to death Tue m gro liyei on the immediate and lasting cure For sale place of Rev Joseph Ballou aud the fire by A R F slier Druggist is there to show for itself hx Old People Old people who rujulro medicine to regulate tho bowels and kldnejs will find tho true remedy in Electric Bitteis This Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky GOLDEN RULE Independent Southeast Gor of Twelfth Selling Fee Reduced to SAMUEL SULZER Cloverport Ky WheelTobaccoCo lNCOItPOUATEI Tobacco Warehouse CO W B TATE Main LOUISVILLE KY 1 150 per hhd and IF1 per cent Commission JT Ship your tnbacco to tho Wheel Tobac- Â¬ co Co the only tobacco firm that is co- Â¬ operative Kvery one w ho ships us five hogsheads becomes a member of the company and Bhares In nil futuro profits Dont be fooled by agents false promises oiias A bridges rebates and big prices AVu charge less W a BitiDGES than ever before our regular fees havo been reduced from llfty cents to one dol- Â¬ lar per hogshead to suit the low prices now being paid You will get the best attention every hogshead is handled with the greatest caro and no rejection unless actually necessary AVe will re- Â¬ mit by check or registered letter Office aud siles room South east corner of Main nnd 12th streets Louisville Ky Mark your ho sbeads WITH 0WE33Sr7 - PICKETT - TOBACCO lltoruurroitM WAREHOUSE Co LOUISVILLE KY C A Bridges Cor Eighth and Main Streets FOUR MONTHS STORAGE FREE YOUR OPPORTUNITY BOYS AND GIRLS seJSre COMET 1697 UjERES 100 r Helpless Rheumatics Rheumatism Is no respecter of per sons the healthy and vigorous are as liable to its attacks as the weak The symptoms of the disease are almost unnoticed at first so Insidiously do they steal over the body gradually the little pains and stiffness Increase until they develop greater inconvenience day by day The knees ankles and other joints of the body ache constantly swelling to several times their natural size the patient finds himself unable to get around is soon incapacitated for business and later is confined to his bed utterly helpless It is a great mistake to expect relief from such condition by the applica- Â¬ tion of liniments and other external Â¬ Â¬ Card of Thanks WHEEL TOBAOOO CO AVM BUUOE Secy We desire to express our sinceiu LOUISVILLE KY thanks to the people of our community for their interest and kindness shown during thu illness of our beloved Bon Stephen L Parr Words are inadequate and lung troublis Short llaynts to express our gratitude to the neighbors or aud many friends who attended his bed A man must accept what his employer Bide and administered to his wants pays him pay out what other men F G and Maiiala Paiui charge him put on tho underwear his B F BEARD President wife lays out for him eat what she Dr Ti iiivj V II xinbloton who wu Null WILL MILLER Vloe Preldont Bpreads before him aud sleep in the bed known to pnblio men in reeonstruoion died M II BEARD Cashier tho way site makes it Still occasionally days born lu In Washington Saturday Ho was Virginia removed to Georgia there is talk of men being free aud inde sorvetl In tho Confederate army with Q W BEARD 1 Stonowall Jackson and at ono tluio was pendent Director MORRIS K3KKIDQE r R M JOLLY ooutotaijt for a seatin coniiro w 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 WALTHAM MODEL A BICYCLE Personal - Thb gentleman BANK HAmOTSBUEG These popular wheels have the patent three ball bearings unrry wannaiu ni iltham urn gumniee 01 8 tue American Madison to W Uciroom 165 Mass Western btreet Chicago 111 where the wheels may be examined at any time Tothe fie p rsons sending the five longest lists of INfliIiII wordt formed from the six letters In the name 1111 OW by MAY 15 of thetDpulariiiagnsine send one su 1997 lheOivl rublishlntrto will the same ol theseaud bicycles Use let rr twice in word prli omit proper nitnes and nMireUntions To enter contest iis jou must simscriiw rTHK nwi roroneyeir rrtce wcents Remit by V O Money Order nrtwo cent stamps ll- - sure nnd mention this patvr Should there be more than five persons sending thcMme tmmbrrnfwonls Ihe selection will be made according to the date lists are milled Addrts TH E OWL Union Square New York City THEOWLIS FOR SALE ON ALL NEWSTAN DS PRICE 6 CENTS 11 Fop FIFTY CENTS w J t Â¬ i5 The medical profession ad Â¬ mit that the disease is in the blood and it is but reasonable that only a blood remedy one purely vegetable and free from potash can afford re Â¬ lief 8 8 S Swifts Specific is an unfailing remedy for Rheumatism and has cured the severest cases where other remedies failed to reach the disease Mr Frank T Rey- Â¬ nolds of Daltou Ga was a sufferer from Rheumatism since his boyhood He writes Ever since I was twelve years of age I have suffered intensely with Muscular remedies IF fr kept me lu bed for eighteen months I took all kinds of treatment and visited many famous springs but could get only temporary relief the disease always returned and at times was so painful that It was impossible for me to use my arms and legs I tried almost everything that was sug gested and after eighteen years of suffering S 8 S was recommended and I was happy to at last find a cure for this painful trouble 8 8 S seemed to get at the disease promptly and afforded immediate relief The experience of Mr E J Gibson of Madison Ga was similar to the above Ho says I tried Â¬ Avhlch Rheumatism at one time Mr Charles II Welzel of Sunbury Why buy inferior or doubtful brandy Pa was so much pleased with a remedy when Burchs Pure Apple can be had so which cured him cf rheumatism that lie conveniently aud bo cheap V made affidavit to the fact for publication Send O 0 1 Price 2 00 pi r gallon as follows This fs to certify that on jug included W U Buitcii May llthl walked into Mellcks drug Khodelia Ky store on a pair of crutcheB bought a Our Blooinliigdale correspondent tells bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm for of a colt foaled at Tom Adams place this Inflammatory rheumatism which had week Half its body was bay the other crippled me up After using three half gray Its feet had somo resemblance bottles I am completely cured I can to a human foot with rudimentary toe cheerfully recommend it Charles II Wetzel nails around ihe hoofs The creature Sworn and subscribed to before me on lived but a little while Winchester Aug 10 1801 Walter Shlpman J P Democrat Pain Balm is for sale at 2o and 50 cents When tho spring time comes gentlo per bottle by A R Fisher Druggist Annie like all other sonsible persons will cleanse the llyer aud renovate the A system with DeWitts Little Early Kisers AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE famous little pills for ttia liver and stom- Â¬ Mem AIIWrvous jrac Falling oiaiej prrtlmpotencf81eplwneHeto ach all the year round Short Haynes vt AbuM or other Kiceuie Ami India- jKA crtttioDt They nulckly anil turttu T restore Lost Viulit In old or young and mamnrortud7t and Ooniamulon if An extraordinary shaped eg was innt jDMnlty utinor roarrlag it akftnla imoro eggshibited in this office yesterday by mentand tia Their um nhowi Immediate fall In effects a CtlltK liore all other lit upon h n tin a the genuine Ajai TableU They Ttioiuas Juffcism Hatcher It is eggs haTe cured thousands and will cure you Weniro apo Hire written effect a cure Cft OTC In actly llko a diminutive gourd with along eachcaseor auarantea to refund tho money lrlceuw U I Oirr pockaset or six pkges full treatment for f2A lij mall in plain wrapper noon recel pt of price Ircnlar handlo and is quite a curicsiy Ex AJAX REMEDY CO Egl When a cold fs contractt d cure it at Nnln In dm oriinr Ky by For A Short Iluyiiena UriiRtrUtk onco One Minute Coutjh Ouro will set you on the rOad to recovery in a mlnuto It will cure pneumonia bronchitis croup and all forms of lung amT throat Say few children escape hat most annoy troubles Short Haynes Notice INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS B00K EEEPI1IQ SHORT HAHD TELE0BAPH7 PS -- PENMANSHIP ETC F A BEAVIN ttl OlilVOVUl ClItJiTiilTAts A5sofvei iUtffltyCf0U0ttfy nsisjis jr vtac KY TERMS REASONABLE Address all communications to Clover port Ky Who desires to better his or her condition in lire should writo for tho Cataloguo of tho BRYANT No 400 THIBD 8THEET STRATTON LOUISVILLE W SSgg Fine Confections Lunch Stand Good Drinks m - T MADE ME MAN You can get this abovo Teaff Cob West eido court house square CANNED GOODS A 1 Dont Try to plant your crop of corn without a m 1U SPECIATY TOM McGILL HARDINSBURG KY m u m m ill Whiteeappers have warned Henry Vaupel postmaster at Madlsonville to leave the city 2 lng but most coiiimou- chldhood com plaint caused by deranged kidneys and weak urinary organ a In 35 years sales not a single report ofa failure of Corn Drill of the make It should he made a matter of public kuowledge that Dewitts Witch Hazel Salve will rperdlly cure piles of the long Â¬ est standing It is the household favor ito forlmrns scalils cuts bruises and eorea of all kinds Short Haynes iWINTERSMITHS Buchu to cure this bad habit Winter smiths Duchu not only stops present but cliecjcscertaln future misery and pain J M years success guarantees its value All j druggltts and merchants sell it Arthur S better The sharp aching pains pe- Â¬ culiar to Rheuma tism took possession of my entire body and the suffering I endured was intense I was soon unfit for business and became as helpless as a child The potash pre-Â¬ scriptions of the doctors almost ruin Â¬ ed my digestion and I found no relief in anything until 8 8 S Several bottles cured me completely and for more than four years I hav wot had a symptom of Rheumatism 8 8 8 is unlike the many blood tonics on the market for it cures the jsot obstinate cases which they can net It la a real blood remedy tfn only one guaranteed ItTcuM CaavMr Blood Poison Scrofula Conta almost every rheu- Â¬ matic remedy I heard of but grew of worse instead The Stnrgis Piople editor ia no more f II Stewart BUCHU i eierotto wiuUTiueKy oen lAgcuts m HI EMPIRE It is the Swifts Specific was recommended Thirty years is a long time to fiht bo palntul a trouble as piles but Jacob Mitchell of Uniouville la struggled that long before he tried I j Witts Wittjh Hazel Salve which quickly and perma nently cured him It ia equally ell ct ivoln ecz in and al skiu affctlois Short llayuts mJJ9 WKMmm 1 J WMZM vmwPAWMMmwmrzm 11 Best Corn Drill on the market SOLD BY Â¬ Purely Vegetable tUaCtrrh and otlur blood diseases h matters not bow dtstMssatsd Books on blood and skis dli y lililr1 sWMud mo to fsWHsswsfSsP a4 rch arfaMM Imwa Rhuma lsfWp I VJ WPWssWPlW bt am Dr Bells IVppermlul Olnlt Toniu presents a happy combination of sim Â¬ ple aud laiuUss vegetable remedies The first iho warms the blood and promotes Its circulation You feel bet ttjr m soon m you take it It is differ ent from any other It Is better than any other It cures the chills so they stay cured and leaves your stomach aud dlyestW orifaua in a S IJJ J W Pate JOIaIaY KY ui Go tnftsaWM Hr folOMMliUoO hlth Z T COX Agent - - Ekron Ky nE3E3ii mmzmi -- jggM42g MMMfcW THEX iWf rww TrypifiewwySJBfJWpf a i4 ft it I The commercial value of any fertilizer Ingredient Is not always the true standard of its value on any paiticular crop It is well known that the corn crop needs liberal supplies of nitrogen phosphoric acid and potash hut since corn grows through the whole hot season when nit- Â¬ rification is most active in the soil par- Â¬ ticularly when as should alwajs be the case a sod is buried for the corn tho ar- Â¬ tificial application of nitrogen is seldom profitable in this crop at its commercial valuation while potash in some form is generally profitable particularly on sandy soils near the sea coast either North or South It is better to apply very early This is not tho place for a discussion in spring but 150 pounds of muriate of as to whether death will be finally driven potash or 100 pounds of kainit may be from our sphere That is too remote a broadcast now and harrowed in contingency to be considered On the other hand the present law the one that A prominent western newspaper has control of you and me is that after recommends flax seed tea as an excellent a certain time life will cease to energiso remedy for whooping cough It may be us and our conscious sharo in the worlds good but it is not to be compared with doings come to an end Becauso of the Chamberlains Cough Bemcdy This agonizing fear of death that darkened preparation will allay tho violent fits of my childhood days I am not unaware coughing and make them less frequent of the fierce longing in the Btrong and and less sovore It nleo liquefies tho energetic heart for life everlasting in the tough mucus making it easier to expec- Â¬ world ever beautiful I sympathize with torate Complete recovery is much it But that cannot be Then what quicker too when this remedy is given shall be done 7 Take another glance at There Is no danger in giving it to email nature to emphasize what this feeble children as it is a plouant syrup and mind would fain utter with compelling contains nothing injurious For sale at force Like produces like with this 25 and 50 cents per bottle by A It limitation that an individual tree or Fisher Druggist creature stronger or weaker than its The Mayfleld Mirror tells of a calf that fellows passes on a strengthened or weakened heritage to those who follow is growing and thriving thatiias not a Outside influences good or bad and the hair on it from the tip of its nose to the surrender of the individual to their pow- Â¬ end of Its tail Its skin is soft and piuk er also help to make or mar the prospect and It seems to enjoy life of that race of trees or creatures There Unconditional surrender is the only la no imagination in this but sober terms those famous little pills known as truth Now our raco also has its perpetual DeWitts Little Early Itlsors will make spring in the beauty and charm of child with constipation sick headache and life where bright smiles and joyous stomach troubles Short Haynea laughter overflowing energy and eager Dr II P Sights of Henderson re- Â¬ hopefulness proclaim the same truth as the glorified landscape that now solaces ceived the appointment of assistant su Â¬ the eye Life is not in childern save by perintendent of the Western Kentucky reason of us j life is not in ut save by Lunatic asylum at Hopklnsrllle reason of those who have gone before To Curo Constipation Forevrr Exisienco is therefore no mere toy to Taka Cascurels Candy Cathartic 10a or CSa V played with and thrown away but a It a C C all to cure druggUu refund mousy Â¬ Â¬ 1 still maintained by the living who step into the breach they in their turn passing on to others the precious heri tage of life to be guarded at all hazards and entrusted in undiminished force and beauty to those that follow still later The greatest joy of Bpring is therefore that it is a living picture of conquest a short lived triumph iudeed but yet sweet while it lasts for there is prepared from its results the nozt generation of plants and insecta and animals so that the world may not be lifeless Spring now is thy glory Grave whore is thy vic Â¬ tory trust fund from tho interest of which wo gain all tho bliss and joys of lifo but from tho principal of which wo must WEDNESDAY MAY 5 1897 tnko nothing by reason of wrong living or tlioso who follow us may righteously Rambling Thoughts curoo us for our selllshuess bV nkmo Slcupat the end of a weary day Is fit- Â¬ ting and right the death of tho honor Copyrighted able nud bravo is part of tho order of Tho ground beneath our feet la Already things and part of progress Tho old restless with tho thrusting vigor of seed giveth place to the new and tho only whoso mysterious and resistless power Is sting of death is sin dead compelling tho soil to give up its to livo again Our every footstep Is Thero is moro Catarrh in this section dogged with tho tireless tasks of earth- Â¬ of the country than all othor diseases di- Â¬ worms and insects tunneling in all put together and until tho last few rections that the soil compacted by tho years was supposed to bo incurable Winters storms may bo in reach of tho For a great many years doctors pro- Â¬ life Impelling influences of air nnd nounced it a local dlsenso and prescribed warmth Invisible enorgles are crying local remedies and by constantly fallaloud to tho hillsides and to the valleys ing to cure with local treatment pro- Â¬ to the creatures that hibernate and to nounced it incurable Science has the birds that migrate to insecta and proven catarrh to be a constitutional be life and there to grubs Let there disease and therefore requires constitu- Â¬ is life bo pervasive that though wo fly tional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure to the uttermost desert it is there Co manufactured by F J Cheney though wo bury ourselves in tho deep- Â¬ Toledo Ohio is tho only constitutional est mine it is thero cure on the market It is takon inter- Â¬ nally in doses from 10 drops to a tea Tho glory of green flung suddently spoonful It acts directly on tho blood over sober fields and naked trees the and mucous surfaces of tho system They flutter of busy birds twittering and offer one hundred dollars for each case whistling of love and defiance the subtle it fails to cure Send for circulars and all testimonials Addresp odors of flowers and of grasses united to thrill the senses until the FJOHENNEY A Co Toledo 0 healthy heart is filled with tho same uni ESTSold by Druggists 76c versal Joy of living The blind can feel the change and the deaf can see it Topics in Season every living thing answers the summons Plow up the old briar and Tho heart of tho young grows light for fence row and farm it for a year Ten is not the time of listening to the birds chances to one you dont heed the fence The and of gathering flowers at hand anyway sluggish blood of the aged courses more Bye for soiling should be cut at least freely again and the devout heart swells twice But bo sure to make the first cut- Â¬ with gratitude for one more spring in the World Beautiful Even tho room of an ting before the heads appear It is said invalid becomes the home of unselfish the Germans cut it threo or four times If it he true that the place to look for pleasure at the thought of the merri- Â¬ anything is whero it was lost then tho ment and sunshine that ii tho world crops in which farmers lost their money But there Is a message to the reason in 1890 are the ones to grow in 1897 and an appeal to the soul in springtime Dont lose heart from one seasons failfar transcending any gratification of the ure nor even for two of them senses It explains at once to us the Tons and tons of hay are spoiled every almost delirious joy with which the sea- Â¬ year because the barn roof has not been son is greeted What is it The real repaired the horse fork is not in work- Â¬ recognition in some cases instinctive ing order and the mows are not ready but none tho less real that for the and everything has to be done or loft un time being life has triumphed though done on the morning of tho day when the earth for months has lain in the tbo new crop is to be stored valley of the Shadow of Death Life out Crimson clover loses much of its value victory out of defeat new as hay by cutting too late of death It is at its energy fed by the things that perished best when in full bloom and before any This is the joy note of Spring of the heads die Tho cutting should begin at this time and tho last load Viewed in one way the gloom and de- Â¬ should be gathered beforo any of the pression of death is over everything seed is ripe enough to fall mundane It is a sad enough picture A good stand of corn is an important yet needful to remember in order to point in securing a good crop and a good gain the full lesson from the new life stand can seldom be obtained when fer- Â¬ now swarming in earth and air and sky tilizer is put in the hill or drill without It is unsafe to assert that there are things mixing it with the soil Any solublo the Almighty cannot do One thing complete fertilizer that is good for any- Â¬ however is certain He has never yet thing will injure the tender rootlets of made living creature with a material the young plant when it comes in conbody that lasts forever As soon as the tact with them elements of living things are gathered Corn smut cannot be prevented by any together tho conflict between life and treatment that may be given to the seed death begins with ultimate victory for the spores of seeds of the fungus are completely assured for tho latter Everyin the soil Sometimes however the thing that lives is a battle ground for spores may get on the seed when it is in forces that are doing their best to send it back dissolved into itsorginn element the field or in the crib In this case soak it twenty minutes in a solution of one And they succeed pound of copper sulphate blue vitroil to a gallon of water This will destroy The Creative Force in the world ap- Â¬ the spores on the grain pears to love living things and to hate That new subscribers ap well as old death if it were not so why the tricks may know about the new remedy for and devices for enabling things that live potato scab so far as originates it in the though they thcmself perish yet still seed pieces we ropeat the discovery of to retain a place on tho earth through the Purdue University Experiment StaThe arch enemy of tion their descendants It is that soaking tho uncut seed all created things may triumph over two hours in a solution of eight ounces the individual of any class but he is not one pint of formalin and fifteen gallons triumphant all along the line else were of water is just as effective as the use of this globe long ago a lifelessldesert Vic- Â¬ the poisonous corrosive Bublimate For Â¬ tory Is wrested from death by the var- malin is chemically known as formaldeious species passing on their life into hyde and is the watery solution of a gas beings of the same species or in new and not very expensive and not corro- Â¬ other words by reproduction So while sive nor poisonous except in very large the dying perish the feud with death is doses Breckenridge News BRROKENRIDGR NEWS OLOYRRPOIiT KY M ftfcVB ItEPOP IWVILIE sVSVtVfc MARKET WOOL WOOL BHIP YOUIt WOOL TO Vi 0 uuurn ROAUS A Plea for Wider Tires Narrow tirvH nro n prolific rfntrro of trou Mo nnd oxptiiw in thc liintiitriifiiiro of highwnyfl nud linvo lieeii mukIoiiiiiimI hy nil mitliorities on rondmnking A writer in tho Davenport In Itepub lioau makes some suggestion in this Man Was Poisoned BHHH u nis LOUISVILLE KT Myt I8V7 Shippers should mark alt packages plainly with shippers name and pott onea address MlTTKn IS II Choice oountry Medlnm Creamery 9 h iuimi ln --LOUISVILLE 1 233 and 235 Kixat Market Street w it In t itealoranf Wnnl In the Southwell and MplfrS will fCI Von our own accojnt elicit tilus for ihelr wo I from ut We handla alt wool forto parties who wilidiip tohave no cj ns We also furnish sacks o- sonsrs THE C lo pay for selling WilMtoua ltd OS - l 4i 10 18 1 connection which whilo not entirely now nro worthy of consideration Ho snys Â¬ 1 Sluco tho question of good roads is being consldoicd with moro interest al- Â¬ most daily I beg to offer n few sugges tions in regard to our present country roads being kopt in ropair with littlo oxpeupo and no attention required to speak of nftor they nro onco properly lovoled off and graded allowing tho necessary fnll for gooddrainnge Would it not bo feasible to urgo tho nso of broad tired whcols for wngoui say 8 or Â¬ E553SA M and not mi oniajjn - a ciuii enc lfc r- - Fresh Prime white Mixed Old No 1 duek FEATHERS gome- IX 2S - li 6 20 X0 00 35 liBHBiiliySf 11 niM nUUiJUIl OdVY Uln UJ i -- - Repairs Saws of All Kinds POULTRY - it 6 Particular attention giv ZytbaZThi no r V ssa H isFweusfi an S r i Shattjy Hens per lb Bpring Chickens per dos Ducks per lb Geese per dos POTATOES Irish per barrel New La Sweet potatoes per bbl From store 1 to i ets higher Navy Beans per bushel ROOTS Ginseng Senlea fcjnako Pink Yellow Wild Ginger 15ft 8 Jf iV 9 0 3 0 fu 05 3 V0 7 111 Wjtt TJrL2Lfyt -- tidal 2 40 J 75 UK 2 d j 21 15 21 5 repairing large Circular K Hammering and Straightening a J Spdclalty Every Baw tested by at before it leaves the b Every Baw warranted Workmanship tho very U Prices lower than any shot America Mark your n on Saws and send a lettei advice as to repairs wanteq V t Lady Slipper May Apple Blood uccia r ii IU 1 1 5 tut 111 unntpnnT ciw wnR C IIUUIU uus ursii uwnrii ROOKPORT IND Timothy per eushel FIELD SEBD8 85 4 60 S Oft An r Sold bv SHORT HAYNES Clover per bushel Crimson Clorer per bushel Red Top pel bushel Orchard Grass per bushel Blue Grass faney p r bushel Blue Grass extra per bushel Onion Sets Yellow per bushel 60 1 40 White HIDES Green food Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins WOOL 65 26 3 50 weed-covere- d PEDAGOGUES RUTS nUIS THE ROAD UK 3 7 IS 14 60 23 13 X 26 20 M From Good Roads Hold a Pleasant Heeling at Big Tub washed Grease fine 16 Â¬ 1 V Â¬ Â¬ 1 V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ inches wide and in ordor to sccuro their ourly adoption lovy a tax on nil wagons having tires less than 3 inches wide vrhilo wngons with 8 inch tires or even widor should not bo taxed ns much If nt nil Iu this ns in other cities tho upo of narrow tired whcols for heavy hauling particularly over paved streets is pro- Â¬ hibited by law and why should this law not bo applicable to nil wngons with narrow tiros used in tho country for tho hottcrnicut nnd improvement of tho common dirt roads with low excep- Â¬ tions tho present l inch tiro wagons oro cutting our country rouls into ruts and making thorn nlmost impassable If it woro not for tho ruts our country roads would drain off uicoly and bo in good condition tho year round but dur Â¬ ing tho wot season ospcclally in tho spring after tho frost leaves tho ground tho 1 4 inch tire wheels net us n plow nud find their way soino 8 to 13 inches into tho soil Tho narrow tired wheols nro being used in less numbers every year slnco tho furmor fully realizes tho fact that ho must uso broad tires in order to light Â¬ en tho load for tho horsos especially over tho soft meadows and fiolds Farm Â¬ ers would bo only too willing to nbido by tho law by using broad tires provid Â¬ ing tho law is rigidly enforced Tho uso of broad tired wheels would enablo tho farmer to haul hoavicr loads to market nud whero ho now makes thrco trips to transport tho produco to market only two would bo necossnrj This to him would bo n saving of time labor and horsoflcsb It is said that tho nvcrago cost of moving n tou ouo miloovcr our country roads nt tho present timo is about 35 cents nnd for fivo miles not includ ing tho timo lost by tho farmer Such a tax for hauling is heavier than that paid for simply keeping ordinary roads in ro- Â¬ pair As natural consequence when tho roads nro improved heavier loads can bo hauled and hotter speed secured Why not then oncourago tho uso of broad tired wheols oxolusively for tho improvement of our roads In my opin Â¬ ion tho question of good roads cannot bo passed upou moro economically by our county supervisors nud obtain equal re- Â¬ sults than by lovying a tax on alljiar row tired wagons Havo each wngou so taxed numbered and recorded and tho roveuuo derived therefrom placed for tho improvement of country roads in tho district whero tho taxpayer rosides Should tin inducement bo offered to dis card tho narrow tired wagon wheels it would only bo a question of timo whon they would bo n tliinrr of tho past and tho broad tired wheels would bo used exclusively instead 4 1 Â¬ Â¬ Spring A LAftGE CROWD PRESENT Burry Black 5 10ft MISCELLANEOUS i 11 a 10 fc o It Burry and Onts Tallow Beeswax t Z2ZZ iira r ssrraTzfxwcnT SvSiIoUISYILLEKY 5 8orghum Mnlanies a 15 a GREGORY Wharfmasters CLOVERP0RT Local Agents CO KENTUCKY The Very licit Itoad Gonorul Roy Stono says that tho best road iu this couutry is tho Jacksonville Fla boulovard which extends six miles iu a oirclo around tho city It is mado of white flint rock and is 80 feet wlilo Tho macadam is 10 feet wido and D inches deep Tho road was built by convicts ut a cost of 0000 por milo A Handicap to llemure The kings highway belongs to ovory body and when it is well planned nnd woll cared for it is a pleasure to all who pass ovor it But had roads nro n handi Â¬ cap to ploasnro n posltivo hindranco to busiuoss nud it is sourcoly too much to lay nro a disgraco to any community in which thoy are found Solcotcd Road Improvement ou Lone Island Tho Quoens county N Y board of lupervisors has authorized an issue of bonds amounting to 400000 for tho Improvement of couuty roads Tin bonds nro to run for 20 years und will bo of tho denomination of f 600 oaoh bearing interest at tho rato of 4 per cent Money Thrown Away Best alter dinner plus cents All drumttsts Educate Your Howeta With Caacarata Prepared by c J Hood Co Lowell Man I Candy Cathartic euro constipation foretar TUo only Fill to take wlpi Hoods BanapaMU I0cso It aaClldrnKlHriuBilBiOMtf 23 Mr James Jones of the drug firm of In tho now tariff hill spunk Is on the Jouf s A Son Cowdon IU in speaking of froo list We huvo our opluiou of i man Dr Kings New Discovery says that last who is compelled to uso imported winter his wife was attacked with La- Philadelphia Call spunk Qripp and herensa grew so serious that physicians at Cowdenand Fana could do nothing for her It seemed to develop into Hasty Consumption Having Dr Kings New Discovery in store and sell Like biliousness dyspepsia headache constilug lots of It o took a bottle homo and pation sour stomach Imllgestlon are promptly to tho surprise of all sho began to got cured by Hoods Pills They do their work better from first doso and half dozen dollar bottles cured her sound and well Dr Kngs New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to do tills good work Try it Free trial easily and thoroughly bottle at A It Fishers Drug Store At a good rowlsr meeting of tho prop- Â¬ erty owiiois of Montgomery township Pa it was stated that tho township had txponded 3111 in tho maintenance of dirt roads siiico 1870 and ins toad of Improving them thoy wero gottiug Norao overy year The Trl County Joint Teachers Asso Â¬ ciation composed of Hardin Meade and Breckenridge counties met at BigSpring on Saturday April 17 1807 Quite early in the day teachers pupils trustees and friends of education in gen- Â¬ eral began to assemble and it was soon evident that in point of numbers this meeting was to eclipse all ever held in the vicinity The commo lions Method ist church where we convened was soon packed to the doors with members and visitors Promptly at the hour for opening sup- Â¬ erintendent Ashcraft of Meade sounded the gaval and proceeded to organize wnereupon lie and l J J llardesty were chosen to the o dices of presidont and sec- Â¬ retary respectfully On motion of 6 L Crume reporters wero appointed for the papers of the Miss Lula Wood and three counties J C Cardwoll for Hardin A O Burton for Meade and J II Hoskiuson for Breck- Â¬ enridge being named Tho order of the day was next taken up and the Welcome Address by one of the oldest citizens of Big Spring Mr J V Hardin was delivered Wo regret that we are uuable to furnish the read ers of the News a copy of this very able and fitting discourse In point of merit we regarded it a literary treat while it combined just enough humor to place the association in tho best of cheer Then followed the response on the part of teachers by J F Nail Education as a Business Investment was next discussed by A O Burton after which the meeting was adjourned for noon when the good people of Big Spring made another display of that hospitality for which they have always been noted The doors wero thrown open and the teachers found within a hearty welcome and tables liberally spread At tho time appointed for the president rapped for silence and the order of tho day was again re sumed Many features of tho afternoon work woro worthy of Bpeclal mention too many indeed to speak of them all here Talks wero made by a number of the leading teachers of the three coun- Â¬ ties Some delightful recitations were performed and music a most enjoyable part of the exercises was interspersed throughout tho day to the perfect delight of all It was quite lateinlheaftemoon when the program was concluded and after voting a resolution of thanks to the citizens of Big Spring one of tho most pleas- Â¬ ant and profitable meetings of the year was adjourned To tho teachers of Brickenridgo let me odd that out of an attendance of fifty teachers we only furnlehed six or soven Our sister counties are outstripping us educationally They announced the next regular meetings of their county associations and invited us to meet with them Wo couldnt do tho same for them wo havo none Now I have full confidence in the ability of our teachers to compete with tho teachers of any county in the State if they will only try Let us then organize our county associ- Â¬ ation hold at least ten meetings a year and attend them In this way we not only gain profit and enthusiasm oursel- Â¬ ves but the patrons of the public schools will becomo moro interested in the cause and our work In the schools will thus be made more pleasant aud success-Â¬ ful Very Hespectfully J II IIogkinson Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ELYS Steamboat Agents CREAM Is quickly absorbed Cleanses the CATARRH BALM Â¬ Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Dealers In Oil Company flammation Heal and Protects the from Membrane Cold Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Gives Relief at once and it will cure COLD Â¬ Nasal Passages Al- Â¬ lays Tain and In- Â¬ mflfr Louisville Hend Doors Bash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor N HEAD oeref able ple ioc liv mall KLY BROTHERS s6 Warren St A particle It applied oirtctly into the noitiili is 50 cents at Dili gists cr by mall sam Â¬ New York City ing and Ceiling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Building Material S ersonSt Louis RyCo DR MENDENTT ALLS IMPROVED TIME SCHEDULE Taking Effect K AtSiCO oclckJL nsra 3 CHE A FEM GDI I Good Neat Printing j ho Sundij Dc 27 1S3G Is just as essential to success In business Ifsil Sound Traitu Eai Bound Train Mail A m w w w GO your rating with any of the merchan tile agencies Write as Eiprs Ezprs Dally 6S0pm 615 725 7 28 7 37 7 43 7 CO a Mall STATIONS Kiprs 12 SO Rzp 4 Dally 8 00am 812 WUan Kentucky St ptar Dally 12 45pm Dally 7 Mpm 8 45 8 48 w for prices and samples All work guaranteed us 866 9 01 9 US 769 808 816 8 24 8 32 8 40 925 941 1003 1007 1015 1020 1022 916 9 33 9 48 Breckenridge News 847 862 9 00 9 01 9 66 Jlrandenburg 1122 U 13 Ekron 11 U Guston 1066 Irvinfrtou 1046 Webster Lodlburg 1037 1029 Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops 10 Wlllowdale Rock Haven Long Branch West Point Howard U55am Ufc2 1143 1137 743 7C4 1130 647 041 633 626 618 010 667 7il 653 6 49 6 42 24 907 GUARANTEED TO CURE And Malaria In all Forms Tasteless None genuine without the above picture and the signature ot J O Mendenhall B jO S W BT and the No 18 2 45pm 605pm 1105pm 9 20 CHILLS AND FEVER PREPARED ONLY BY Price 50 cents at all Dealers Trains leavo Louisvillo as follows O B East S W nAILWAY Cindnnatl St Louis and the West 1008 1015 1025 1038 1100 1106 923 933 9 45 963 968 1035 103S 10 49 1069 1113 Holt 1107 1122 1129 US8 1149 1159am 1211pm 1216 1220 1048 1108 1115 1123 J At O EVANSVILLE XENrENIXA3LX IND Sklllman Hawesvllle Petrle Falcon Lewlsport Waltman Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlngly Woithlngton Reads SpottsvlIIe W 1015 1008 1005 962 948 H7 6 29 512 62j 93 611 60S 4 67 4 47 4 40 4 31 926 918 912 9 02 865 8 46 8 34 8 26 416 419 4 10 36 Sold by SHORT the Law Office of HAYNES V G BABBAGE IN HARDINSBURO You Can Get A Deed Mortgage or any writ Â¬ ten Instrument drawn Rent buy or sell a piece ot land Collections mado and remit ta nces prompt Copying done on the Call graph the best type writer in the world Ar Cincinnati 11 15am Ar Columbui J 5spm S 25pm Ar Pittsburg 7 95am Ar Wmhington 650 am 11 joam 1 2opm Ar Baltimore 7 50am to 15am Ar Phi adelphia 3 40 pm Ar New York l3onn 555pm Ar Ilojton 3 oopm 9 05pm Nain No 16 has eleirant Tullmaa nutlet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dnlngcars Cincintmti to Washington naltlmore Philadelphia and New York without change Train No 18 has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining can Cincinnati to New York without change Train No 30 has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers Lr I oulvHa No so a No 16 8 ijam 11 jjam 645am 35am 1226 1233 1 Griffith Stanley 8l 804 763 751 743 813 3 49 8 83 3 21 J 3r 380 343 1165pm USlpm 12 41 US3pir1248 OSnm ar Bassett Trains Nos 41 and 43 make connection at lr Tington daily 1 xcepi Sunday with trains to aud from HarJuvburg and KordsvileBranch Only line running Parlor Cars between Louis- Â¬ ville Owensboro and Henderson Only direct line to the North and East For furthtr Informal n call on or address Agents or II C MORDUE A G P A Louisville Ky li U 316 310 7 36 304 Tlllim ipOpm L II St L St Louis Springfield and the West Lv Louisville J H Hunsche 713am Ar Springfield 8 40pm 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m daily Cnarlestowu accommodation leaves at 3 30 p m except Sunday Trains Nos 16 30 and 44 have elegant day coaches ruuuutn pariur aim aiccping cars 10 at IXHIIS Ar St Louis No 30 s 35am i33onn No 16 No 640pm 8 33am 8 sopm 44 TIME TABLE h Fordsvlfle Branch TAKING Dally Dally ex Sun ex Sun EFFECT Ni0 DEO I West Bound Trains NoB TIIAINS AltlllVE The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with From East 7 35 a miar5 noon 640 pm 13 35 a m 3 30 a m l rom West 7 a t a m ri 15 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office southeast comer Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river Kor detail information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc No a No Nol 11 10am Lv Irvington Ar 9 20am 1160 Garfield B10 1205pm 7 60 Harned 12 12 Junction 7 40 1222 Hardlnsburtr 7S0 35 1258 12 22 1895 Kast Bound Train I Daily Dally STATIONS ex Sun cz Sun f addnss District Pass Ticket Agent II O S W lly 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CIIESSriROUGH General Pasenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio G II US nitOWN 2 20 2 30 2 42 110 128 135 165 arPallsRoughlv Dempster Glendeane Dempster Junction Kirk Jolly 7 15 700 660 620 600 6 6 6 6 4 6 30 37 27 16 08 CO 264 320 3 09 Ilockvala Ruth Asklns Oaks General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio Safety WARKEL Assistant flannn AfTHMT Mitchell 4 41 4 Xf am Casper May Co IND Comfort OANNELTON Louisville and E NERVE LJFE Paoket Line XC a ircat RESTORER Hoatoro3 psrfect oeatn tiforaad A fUrKM I fJSK Something to Depend r 1 O On 1 if Rostorou the en til H nervnnc system and stops all viuii loajea of youth and as lea to tiathiVjd re moves all obsU taarrliicrn BEST TRAINS TO Fast Mall Lino Between Louisville and Evansville BTEAMEttS Kansas Gily Montana P M E G EAGON W A Bishop Parser kjCzBSf -- movoa ln eUUU of t no Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha Kjan Master TARASCON D L Psnny Master WvTS t Liver Ills development Hoods Pills Â¬ Sptelal dlwount to physicians Our new treatise on Nervous Diseases Manhood IU Iias and Hecovery mailed free In plain sealed wrsppor for two 2 cent stamps Mention this paper to forTrUI Trcstmcnt tai U Contlocse NERVE LIFE Is the only purclj clcntlilo treatment and affords relief fron Ue flrt days use It removes ibe cauM and assists nature to effect a cure Cure guaranteed Ui dseascs ami ruatnro all parts of tbo body Curoa IrsonwiHUM i out ores reno iulus sleep Curca lui potonco and restore full vltil povtui Cunm nil uinilno cf dissipation and rv Mire all waste plat ec if omovoa irt vt later midfeet yor t T Conner Porw St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA TELL CITY B H Ballard MuUr WB Nwbell lur w P Ffkt rn STAGGS - St Louis or Chicago VESTIULED TRAINS SLEEKJU DIKING SAM MM MRS Crog OONULT TIOKBT AONT CM Daily except Saturday IokIotHM andVssr ABstarttan y tkU Use dHrse4 mWi shift r if TftUh will fad lis sUaners ar hhw patd ta tcjitliwitfit and smeossmashHsM TkaWt wl4aryar emplojo m 4m 4 bmoq k to that of the U ke4b ITS ssd U3 4tti A bitra ti SJ mm un Mwnr U V MfiicAi c kilCH ttwmitb A AlAttA9Q F Ms RUQQ TMVrVtM1SASlNr T UQUI Whxuisj T P HO Qi j IBWffpilivlV-WJ- - lipjip HIJJHHJ Wf m uwwmw iwymifw mwwMwmw1- - WHUJJ THR BRROKRNRIDGK NRWS OLOYEiRPORT KY Breckenridge WEDNE8DAY 6 -- News MAY 5 1897 LOCAL BREVITIES This is a Rood tobacco uciuon Oity Council met Monday night New line of wall paper at Babbages George Graham Ekron is in the city Three nico rooms to rent apply at this offlco Tho shops aro the busiest placo in town High class printing executed at this office Lace curtains 26 conta a pair Home Laundry Deacons meeting at the Baptist church Thursday night Pauls writing fluid the greatest ink of the age Babbagos Ira Dellaven Holt has been here Beveral days on the sick list was in Orfllo Dellaven Owensboro the city Monday D M Duncan Brandenburg was here Saturday and Sunday Frank Jarboe Kirk wai in tho city Sunday enroute to Powers Deboe will do but not heartily en- Â¬ dorsed by the Republicans Steve and Ether Hall of Webster were in tho city lost week Home Laundry will laundry your shirt waists for 10 cents send them in All mail orders sent to this office for printing will have prompt attention You miss something every week if dont read our Brandenburg column Chris Ahi Hardinsburg was in town Monday on his way to Hancock county In conversation with a number of farÂ¬ mers they say tho fruit crops will bo flno Horse shoe brand of fertilizers good at 0 D Paynes Harned To post yoursolf you should read our correspondents irom this and Meade counties A Redman tho elevor agent at Irving ton spent Sunday with his Bister Mrs W 0 Allen A number of poreons took advantage of the cheap rates over the Texas to Louisville Sunday Eggs for setting from Plymouth rock Cornish Indian Game and White Leg Â¬ horns G W Short The Cooking Club will meet with Mrs J H Rowland to night The meetings are growing in interest Mrs H V Duncan took the Str Tar ascon Sunday for Louisville to replen Â¬ ish her millinery stock Miss Ella Ahi after a months visit to her brother Sam Ahi returned to her home In Hardinsburg Monday Jo Taul this county spent a few days in the city last week As usual he lelt at night with a load of fUhing poles of Mrs Sam Keith and children Owensboro arrived Monday to be with Mr and Mrs J E Keith for a week Do you want a permanent position If so write to The with good pay Hawks Nursery Co Rochester N Y The Young Ladies Home Mission and Parsonage Society will meet at the Meth Â¬ odist church this afternoon at 3 oclock Pure rose comb brown Leghorn and light Brahma eggs 60 cents and 1 00 per eetting J ScotV Vance Cloverport for corn end tobacco Ky Watkins and children with hor sister Miss May me Griffith are in Owensboro to visit their relatives for a month The Cincinnati Cooperage company is loading a couple of barges at the lower wharf with staves Ten ortwelve teams are employed A crowd of young ladies and gentle Â¬ men went up Clover creek last Thursday for a day of fljhing Tho rain com pelled them to return soon after dinner Mrs Dr 8 8 Â¬ The Bay View Circle met with Mrs DrF M Smith Monday night It was a most delightful meeting and a great deal of interest was taken by every one present Gideon F NapfltSr has won for him telf the distinction of being tho boss gardener of the town Take a look at Ills place the noxt time you pass by It is a beauty Found in the neighborhood of 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 II Dowell Morgantown Alloa Anntn DttTprnftttn who has been attendimr sAobl at Bowling Green at- lived In the city Sunday enrouto to her She was sudden tiome in Hardinsburg ly called home on account of the illness other mother Levi N Voyles Constable of this coun Â¬ ty found Friday two miles from his liouso a war catridge supposed to have It ibeen used by the Union side weighed two ounces It has every pi oontation of a war catridge and Mr Voyles considers It quite a relic Quite a party took passage on tho Str Cloverport last Thursday for Anderson creek Eorao miles below Troy Ind to bo gouo until Saturday fishing They report fishing good but the weather be Â¬ ing so Inclement forced them to re Â¬ turn Friday night They had a good old iaahion time any way Jajalcolmn Bullitt the enterprising grain dealer whose headquarters are in LohWyWo with branches at Ilaweavlllo Illinois last awl HeBtknkHi wm over ek mm bought of one farmer 173000 InmImIs ol oorjB all grown ou one farm IM was not all b rated ither His wboU crop waa oyr 900000 bushk be ridM ha ralMd 66000 baabl of outs This 1 the Urgt purctiiM wrhp vr hukU by at dMlr iron UgW jUrm er 1 UwiUtkMttMl0iumHlh9 Cloverport is noted for her pretty MATTINGLY girls Hardinsburg J W IVito Jollys Station was here Judgo William All used Tuetday was in the city yesterday All tho periodicals for May at Bab MIbs Flora Ran Pisah was In town Mr and Mrs Marion Weatheihoi n bages Thursday for engraved cards to Holt were in the city yesterday Send your ordor W N Pates family wero visited by Prayer meeting nt tho Methodist this office church Thursday night all are invited the measles last week Dr J C Bush Cannellon was in tio Thomas Ryan Pisah has gono to Mrs Vanco wife of County Attornory city Saturday E L Clark of Cannelton was in the Vance will be post mistress at Hawrs Rvannvlllo where lie will spend tho summer villo city yesterday O B Pate and B F Frank took the The Cloverport ladies wero all out Â¬ Mrs Eugene Haynes wont to Louisupon the street yesterday afternoon in advautago of tho cheap rates to Louis ville yesterday villo last Saturday full bloom Rev W B Rutledgo went to LouisWm Tabellug Wllchats Kan is Miss Lorena Mattlugly of Kirk spont ville yesterday Saturday and Sunday the guest of MIbs visiting Ills mother at Tar Fork Ho Hair Brushes clothes brushes combs will remain a mouth or so Alice Mattlngly etc at Babbagos Wm Brlckey Jr Beech Fork was Tho childrens meeting at tho Baptist E A Baldwin is giving his dwelling a church Sunday afternoon at 1 30 oclock overcome by a very serious case of heart fresh coat of paint ills nee last Sunday evening at Vain was well attended Prayer meeting Wednesday night at Miss Laura Robbies accompanied by Patus near here He was ahlo to be the Baptist church Mrs Robbing was In taken home Thursday her sister-in-laMan and wife died last week in May Owing to the inclemency of the the city yesterday field from eating canned blackberries wtattier there was not a very large at Yesterday was pension day Tnere Rev Rutledge preached two excellent were many old veterans in town getting teudenco at tho oyster supper Thursday evening at F N Brlckey although sermons Sunday morning and night their papers fixed up L E Campbell and wife of Cincin Â¬ Hardlnsbuig those that wero there enjoyed them Lee Mnyer shipped from nati Ohio are registered at tho Hejser last Saturday 300 head of hogs This is solvts Your scribe was through tho Jolly louse largest shipment of the season Station neighborhood last week on a Rov S G Shelloy delighted his con and chlldrenwpre Mrs J Scott Vance bum and I must say a few words in greation Sunday night with n good ser the guests of her cousin Mrs E H regard to the prospectlvo enterprise of mon of Owensboro last wetk Brledenbach that country It is one among the Mrs E J Bandy of Union Star spent Mr Ezra Lamb an old roldier and beautifulhst farming localities in Breck- Â¬ Sunday with her daughter Mrs E A pensioner residing in Tobineport died enridge county there are hundreds of Kissam Monday of heart trouble He wns acres of land that are almost as level as Church meeting at the Baptist church old prairie land while the soil denotes a Friday night all mombers aro requested The Texas has on sale now tickets to strong fertility The farmers seem to to attend tho Nashville Exposition good for t even clearly comprehend tho advantageous Misses Lillie Scott and Lizzie Board of days Faro for the round trip from ideas of farming they all seem very Hardinsburg were in the city shopping Cloverport only 575 attentive to their work Their wheat last Thursday Elizabeth Gordon Miss Cather- Â¬ crops are extra good while tobacco Mrs R B Cox of Union Star has rented ine May and Mr Chos May of Cannel- Â¬ plants are far ahead of any in this localithe hotsl below the livery stable and ton were the guests of Mr and Mrs ty There is any amount of oak and popular timber Iu the town of Jolly will keep boarders Charles May Sr Sunday we fiud a small but enterprising placewe Presbyterian The Cupola on the James Sampley of Tobinsport died church has been painted a beautiful last Friday of pneumonia He was 41 flud there several of Balltowns former citlz ms who are doing a good business green color with gold trimmings and leaves a wife and four children among them is Will Pate of tho firm of Some people think because they have He formerly resided in this town Co who are doing an J V Pite a few notions in their head they have S J Brown is doing some vry lie excellent business as general blacksmith developed into a department store He work at his photo gallery in Ekrrin and also handling all kinds of farming Mrs Albert Johnson and children and liB3 some as fine specimens of home peo- imph nientp b eds fertil rs etc To in her sister Miss Delia Price of Branden- ple and nsldunces as you will Aid make a long story short the whole com burg are visiting Mr and Mrs D R any gallery munity looks as though hard times was Murray Lieorge Radenheimer Clifton Mille u thing of the past WffTss Jennie Warfleld leaves to day for caught out of sinking creek last week Irviugton She will be one of the brides Â¬ with a pole and line an eel which meas Â¬ PROTRACTED SEE VICES maids at the Heron Frank wedding ured 25 Inches in length The fishing which occurs Thursday A Series of Meetings Being Held by in this creek is excellent this season Lyonia correspondent of the Hancock ZjSam Bishop section foreman of the The Members of the Christian Clarion says Mr Court Duncan a to- Texas road and Miss Llrzle Anders n of Church bacco buyer and stamp collector from Stanley were united in marriage in the Cloverport was in our village Monday parlors of Rev Mr Elliott of Sulphur Ky Is tho Rudd Honse Owensboro G W Newman and G B Snyder of Saturdayat Messrs O W conducting a series of evening meetings 2 oclock Hawesville have charge of the loading Moorman and O L Chamberlain were iu the Newsom building on Main St of two barges of staves at the lower the attendants from this place which aro well attended and are destin wharf for the Cincinnati Cooperage Co ed to accomplish much good for the cause of Chitstiauily iu this town Mr Grayson Gazette says Gordon MoorCity Council Elliott is a forcible speaker and a geutle man and wife came down from Hodgen villo last Saturday Gordon has been The City Council met in regular month- Â¬ mau thoroughly capable of propounding placed in charge of the railroad office ly session Monday night at the city hall religious teachings Though apparently here Mr Lee going to Dawson At the appointed hour Mayor Barry call young iu years he has evidently been in Mrs Annie J Reeves of Cincinnati ed tho body to order for business Clerk the Beryicu fur a period of time sufficient Ohio is stopping at the Heyser House F N DHuy read minutes of last meet Â¬ to render him one of the few who preach Mrs Reeyes came hear for her health ing which were approved Major then in a manner eaBily comprehended by She will try tho water from the Tar and called for any unfinished business none and thororoughly acceptable to the White Sulphur Springs hoping that it new business none Report from city masses His language while embody Â¬ will be beneficial to her officers Judge Skillmans monthly re- Â¬ ing eloquence is plain and to the point logic is foicible aud his general Preaching at the Presbyterian church port n ad collected 1 00 which had been lus delivery displays that little strain ol next Sunday morning and evening Af- Â¬ reported with several warrants that had is necessary in keep ter the morning service a meeting of been returned Strtet ConmUtee had pious humor that close audit nje iu touch with the congregation will be field and it is no business Finance Committee nothing ing the the the sinking fund was still theme of the discourse Ills illustrations very desirable that all the members be further than neglected and should have attention are pictured iu a manner that make present Ordinance Committee no report Claims them most impressive and are brought Mrs Calvin Hendricks Long Branch Wash out only at the time when they are most celebrated her forty first birthday last and accounts were then taken up Lane burying dog 25 cents E M Bar effective Some of them are humorous Friday by inviting several friends to an aud all are original elegant supper Miss Ella her charming ties lumber for culvert and putting in During his sermon Monday evening 3 00 Heyser Stader transfer Â¬ daughter was the hostess of the evening fame ring sick boy to Galloways 50 cents Mr Elliott had occasion to refer to and did the honors most gracefully Where Standard Oil Co oil 5 40 W H Bow piizo fighting He said The road question in this county is Son 1 70 J R Skiilman salary two men measure what they call their mor growingalarmlng nearly every thorough Â¬ 25 00 Wil- Â¬ manhood rather I would suggest their 15 00 Marshal Hall salary fare leading to this city has become In speakiug mulehood or bull doghood son salary 10 60 almost impassable The County Judge W S Galloway was before the coun- of habitual drunkards and those who say whose duty it is to look after them cil to present his claim for keeping a they cannot quit drinking Mr Elliott should give tho matter his immediate Bick boy who had been found sometime said I say they can quit I Suppose I attention condi- Â¬ were to take a gla s of pure Old Ken- Â¬ ago at the depot in a dangerous a Jasper J Dyer colebrated his Bixty Dr A A Simons and Dr J T tucky bourbon and pour therein an tion tilth birthday last Thursday by inviting Owen adylsed the Mayor to find lodging outice of Btrjchuiue and oiler it to a a number of friends to dinner Those he acted and board wwj had at Mr Gal- drinker would he drink it No sir I present were RevS G Shelley Mr and loway It s ems that Mr Galloway was Suppose every glass had an ounce of Mrs J E Keith Mr and Mrs Price away when the boy was taken to his strychnine or paris green in it would Graham Mr and Mrs John Neubauer house and 4 a week was contrutUxl for they drink it Not they would all quit and Mr and Mas J T Daniel keeping him At tho previous meeting There would be many a blooming nose of the council they were not disposed to that would turn white in a short while D R Murray acted as judge protem The building is filled with people allow his bill claiming that it was the of the Meade Circuit Court last week duty of the county to pay the claim Mr every night aud we predict a successful The members of the bar and officers of the court were universal in their Galloway went before tiie County Court campaign for Mr Elliott aud his co rcutse of his ability fairness and the and put his claim before tuat body they laborers manner in which he dispatched business saying that ho being atranscieutboy and left within the corporate limits of the WEBSTER They say he made a model judge town the couucll should pay his claim Tho jury in tho Anderson will case but they finally agreed to allow him ill could not agee and It goes over to the if this touucil would meet the balance Quarterly Meeting Some Things You Will Find Out About The Farmer Who next court There were seven for break Â¬ After quite a lengthy dlscueslou over the ing the will and five against If this matter as to whether or not the claim Has Thoroughly Mattered The case goes through many courts like all Financial Question should be allowed it was finally agreed similar cases there wont be any thing to allow Mr Galloway 4 a week for bIx left of it but the heirs Compromise is weeks the time the boy was there The weather is a little unseasonable the word A petition was put before the council Will Hall came home Saturday night The marriage of Mr Benedict Elder to by Thomas Arnold asking privilege to A croquet mania has struck our town Miss Tillie Beavin took placo yesterday erect a building between Ryans building Quarterly meeting here next Sunday morning at 10 oclock in the Catholic used by Arnold for a barber shop and church at Hardinsburg Rev Father Solbiigs blacksmith shop to be used as Wanted 10000 pounds of wool at JefGabe officiating The groom is a well a bath room This was held over until fries to do farmer of this county while tho the next meeting for further consideraMay festivities postponed for May bride is a most excellent young woman tion Dog tax and beer tax qiiestiou weather and is the daughter of Mr And Mrs brought up but no action taken Fred Moorman has decided to quit Albert Beavin The Mayor then handed to tbe clerk farming Heyser Stader liverymen who have an auoujmous letter which baa been re- Â¬ Ed Adams was here Sun lay to see his ono pf tholr toams hauling staves to the ceived by him through the poatifilco best sir which was read before the body making lower wharf for the Cincinnati Cooper to the wife of Joe Haynos May ago company came very near losing a complaints against the towu marshal lor miorn not fulfilling his duty as an officer There 2 a ten pound boy fine bay horse Monday Their driver Johnnie Jeffries Is visiting In Louis had driven the team into the river near were several chargis made If action the barge and not knowing the dopth was not at once taken they would take ville and Jeflerson county Jeflries will pay you more for wool of the river tho horse next to the the matter up themselves This letter barge became entangled in some was very badly written and signed GUI than you can get elsewhere The council Ignor- Â¬ ns of Cloverport manner and was thrown down After a Here is wishing you an honorable and great struggle he was cut loose from tho ed the letter stating that it was con successful career Senator Debio harness but jumped around in tho water temptible in every sense further if any Bring your next lot of produce to Jet and again fell near the shore Through one knew that the officer did not fu fill fles aud have your oyes opened the aid of Beveral men ho was dragged his duty complaints should be made in If you want a stove plow or any farm Â¬ out almost in a lifeless condition but person and the matter would then be just in time to save him ing Implement Jeffries will save you looked after Council held on until half past nine There being no further busi money ness they adjourned Metwa Teafe and Price of Branden Â¬ T XvertbeJr burg painted George Lyddans house CascareU Canity Cathartic Uie most wob- Aerlul met leal discovery of Uio ago plea let we k Ta Curl A CM hi ft Bay ant and lefreablns to we taste act geouy and positively on SUleys llvr ami bowela MImm AHuta Olaycorub and Ella Kurd Take Laxative Bromo QuIuIim Tablet olonieW tho nllr ayatetn dispel colds row a several daya cm totuiitotto fever habitual couaUpattoa All Druids rtfuad tu atwwy If it fails returned hat a4 bUloimians Pleat buy aoA try a box to Cure 26c For 8aU by R A Shsll vhat at OwMttbofo Tha Lykft atom luiuaa rAaivl a waii Stephei sport Ky Fishing season bos opened up Tho paint brush is being extensively Â¬ slxty-flve-yea- rs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tutts Pills Cure All Liver IllS Twenty Years Proof Tutts LivcrPills keep the bow elsinnaturalmotionancl cleanse the system of all impurities An absolute cure for sick headache dyspepsia sour stomach con- Â¬ stipation and kindred diseases v 38 yy mr nX mfT1 SHOEING v t j iff r THE WM -- Sft FAMILY eorrnioMTWi Cant do without them R P Smith Chilesburgf Va writes I dont know how I could do without them I have had Liver disease for over twenty years Am now entirely cured Is one of the Problems that the head of the house forth a groan has- - to contend with and the size of the bills generally calls with just is less They always cease when we undertake but the bill Tutts Liver Pills new coat of paint last week which added greatly to Its appearance Of course tho boyd will not let Circuit Court next week interfere with tluir pre arranged plans to go ou fishing The grand juror is usually a good citi zen who is possessed of the happy faculty of mind of not knowing anything and very meager facilities of adding to his store of knowledge Miss Emma Kurtz closed her school last Friday evening with a beautiful program that was crrditably rendered by the pupils and highly appreciated by the Â¬ Â¬ the contract the family is just as well shod as stylish Shoes as they ever were The Center of -- Attraction for Shoes is our store so our customers say and if you arc not one of our customers- - You are Cheating Your Feet -- assemblage To discard tho Couiier Journal for any other Louisville paper is as foolish as for a person to eat desperately miserable mule meat when excellent corned bei f can b had at the sump price If yr u will go to the hem - of ti farm er wl o has ti oruiighly solved the fi ynu i Hud his fauces nanrial down gates neki ty houses dilapidated stock poor farm gronn up witli filth children out of t chnol mid that his wile chopi tho wood tends tho garden and makes two thlrda of tho living for the family Just give them their way and they will bring to our store you--lig- ht Suppose you drop in this week--an- d let us talk Shoes to you quiiu fEBBESasEgmgagg55gggg tf The Art of Living WhteSfSflM And Living aiiBo air baa demonstrated ten thousand tiinef that it Is almost lnlalllbls FOR WOMANS PECULIAR WEAKNESSES Irrepilarltlcn and derangements It has become the leading remedy for this clais of troubles It exerts a wonderfully healing strengthen Â¬ ing and soothing Influence upon the menstrual organs It cures whites andfalllngof the womb It stops flooding and relieves sup Well Is in judicious marketing Where you buy is of as much importance as what you buy and what you pay for it when it comes to food You want to know tho surroundings of tho things you are going to eat Note the cleanliness of our Everything is freeh appetizing and attractive store Prices always Right GREGORY GTBSON OLOVEKPOUT KY iBEQDeBgDgBBgBtggiataggBgraragTO M to pressed arid painful menstruation For Chacgo of Lite It Is the best medicine made It is beneficial daring pregnancy and helps to bring children Into homes barren for years It Invigorates stimu- Â¬ lates strengthens the whole sys- Â¬ tem This great remedy Is offered Why will to all afUictvd women any woman suffer another minute within reach with certain relief Wine of Cardui only costs 100 per bottle at your drug store Tot adxki fn tattt rtquMnq irxcUt dtrtc limn addrtll frtt lna tymptomi IJi Ladltt IVnft Dont use Drugs Uncss you need them and then only runn drugs such as are sold by responsible druggists We keep only the best That is the great distinction to be looked for when the time comes that you need them Nowhere else will you find so complete a stock A good time now to begin that medi- cine Â¬ YOU SHOULD EMPLOY None but the Countv Surveyor to do vrur work He is the authorized Surveyor of the Countv Is an experienced workman and knows hit buslneu He is alto Notarr Public write Deedt and takes Acknowledgements Charges always lleasoiidble Address CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARDINSBURG KY Advisory Itrpartnunl Mm Co Chattanooga Tht Chattanooga it tiU Rev J W SMITH Camden S C tayi Mi wlte uied Wine ol Cardui at home for falling ol the womb and It entirely cured hor rjcAmL PRICE ON GOLD FOIL BOX PAPER wy i W WANTED i w qL ftj We carry a complete line of all known patent medicines Toilet goods of every description JS J Â¬ Prices light AMON M 10000 KINCHELOE HARDINSBURG KY Pounds Wool 100 Dozen Chickens FOR ONE WEEK Louisville Races Greulent SprliiK In ITIeoiliiK liver Hold Kentucky lleirliinlnir JHuy 18 20cts PER BOX Only ti00 front Hero for I lie Hound Trip rhU Include Admission to Grand Stand llcglmun oi Derby Day May is one of the greatest tact mcetlngi ever held In Kentucky will be given at the tmout Loultvl lo race courts Ten Hakes inulurllng ths Kentucky Derby worth Socoandthe ioooa Louisville Pututity will be run during the twelve days All the crack horses in the country are cngsged In these stakes includ Â¬ ing Ornament Dr Cutlttt Trphttn II Meadow tlirjrs Winged Foot Uugi n a Wiclet Mutletqic Sliron WSoulflUuck Maitin Rudolph Uoancr ges Lord Ztnl lioslnante Dan HolUday and many others Nearly iooohoiMt are now quar tered at Churchill Downs Insuring Urge folds and eicitlng conttttt Thsie will I five or more races each djy with liberal added money AH the railroads have put on cheap excursion rates the round trip from Cloverport being only fioo This alto Includes admission to the grand stand each railroad ticket having a coupon at tachsil which con be exchanged a badge at ths gats This Is the chejpest rule ever offered from this point and a big delegation will leave here on Duby diy to take advantage of it Tbepeiby will be ma on tka epeaiaa day Wednesday May l and the ftoooo Vutitifty wBlbitun tare dnyi later SeMda May Teie the bkjgeet turf ttmttu rust is U Weal WORTH 25c COMPLETE LINE OF ALL GRADES OF PAPER Butter Feather i W fr E BROWN Ihyir i wk RARRAfSF LMtlhsf Him i tVV- - V4 if IBVINQT0N XT WrWWWMIIHUl - - 6 Breckenridge News 1897 THE BRHOKEMRIDGK NHWS dlxOVEHRPORT KY MAT Tu We WEDNESDAY MAY 5 1897 Su Ha 1897 Th Fr Sa T -- y 4 5 6 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 t 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 51 FIKE IN PITTSBURG THE LOSS WILL EXCEED TWO MIL-Â¬ LION DOLLARS tl Wnithe lloit Drstructlre Conflagration That Ha Ylilted That City Since the Grcnt enltr in righting tlie Flames Memorable One In 1845 11111 Pittsboro May 3 Tho greatest Are that has visited this city Blnco tho mem Â¬ orable one of 18 15 started this morning ihortly after midnight in tho immense wholesale grocery establishment of Ihomas O Jenkins Ponn avenuo and Liberty street and noon the threo largo blocks extending from Liberty to Pcnn avenue and from Fifth to Sixth streets wero reduced to smouldering rains Ihe loss will exceed 2000000 and is well covered by insurance Among the buildings destroyed aro Jenkins wholesale grocery establish- Â¬ ment Homes 0 story dry goods estab- Â¬ lishment Homes office building the Onaucsno theater and tho Methodist Book Concern Hall Brothers building in which the American Press Associa Â¬ tion has its offices and Lee S Smiths dental establishment The fire btarted in tho cellar of the Jenkins building in a pile of barrels The flames filled with waste paper were discovered by Watchman William Hunter while making his rounds on the third floor Ho had smclled smoko earlier in tho oveuing but believed that It came from the outside and had paid no attention to it Tho flames leaped rapidly no tho elovator shaft and he made a vain attempt to extinguish the tiro with buckets of water An air draft used to veutilato tho great build Â¬ ing fanned the flames and ho found it Impossible to do anything Ho made his escapo from tho building with great difficulty becnuso of tho immenso The alarm was volume of smoke turned in about tho tamo time by Officer Milton Bailey who noticed smoko issu- Â¬ ing through tho window Tho fire made rapid headway nf tcr it hod started and by 12 80 oclock flames began to pour out tho Pcnn avenuo All tho firemen of tho front city and Allegheny were summoned and the fire department fought bravely to check the progress of tho conflagration Tho flro however attacked tho immenso quantity of barreled oil sugar molasses and flour that this building contains and by 13 15 oclock tho Penn avenuo and Liberty avenuo iionts wero ouo mass of flames The flro ato its way so rapidly that tho firemen narrowly escaped falling debris Flames filled Pcnn avenue com- Â¬ pletely and shot into the nir 200 feet or more presenting ono of the most mag- Â¬ nificent sights seen for years The splendid buildings of Joseph Company opposite caught Home and tho firemen worked desperately to prevent its loss At 1 oclock the Home building was burning from cellar to roof aud tho flames had communicated to Homos immenso ollico building ad- Â¬ joining Thai true tnxa was of stone and also I Columbus O May 1 Passengers on 4 Within tho past year among tho bound to think tho remedy is an excel- Â¬ the Panhandle train arriving nt 2 rlo thousands of health testimonials to the lent one and do not hesitate to yesterday morning from tho cast ovo wonderful curative powers of Paines recommend it to the suffering their lives to Thomas Burke a switcn To postpone nt such a vital time as celery compound that have been receiv- Â¬ man who accidentally discovered shortly before the train was duo that this regulating the nerves and purifying Company ed hy WellB Richardson cut of cars had by a wrong throw of tho among the thousands of grateful letters tho blood is a serious mistake Men and switch Ijiwnthrowii on tho main track received from every state and town in women distressed by nervous troubles nt Leonard nvenne the country there have come no less or the effects of impure blood cannot By rtso of it lever under tho wheels ho than Bix hearty indorsements from afford to lose n day before taking ad Â¬ managed to start tho cars down onto tho members of the national house of vantage of Paines celery compound switch but finding tho motion so slow that they would probably not clear tho representatives In order to avoid disappointment ac- Â¬ main track by traintime ho secured All were willing that their experience cept nothing but Paines celery com- Â¬ handcar and run east to meet tho limit ed passenger train and stop it should be published believing rightly pound A clerk who tries to sell some- Â¬ It wns only two minutes until trail thing else than what people ask for is that they may thus do good to others DR ZERTUCHA ARRESTEP timo but ho signaled the engineer and In theso columns have already been evidently not disinterested He has an General Weyler Una Ordered Illm Ie saved tho train At that point tho train published the letters received from oyo to profits more than to the good of makes high speed ptirtnl to Chararlna Ialand Congressman Meredith Bell Grout and customers 3 to A dispatch New York May Train floe Through a llrldge Powers There can be no substitute for Paines Tho Journal from Havana says Dr Wakiiknton O April 80 An en Â¬ Now comes a letter from Congress Â¬ celery compound Maximo Zcrtucha Antonio Maceos gine and 14 cars of a freight train on physician who is alleged to havo be- Â¬ tho Wheeling and Lako Frio railway man Robert Neill of Arkansas as fol This has been shown time and time trayed tho Cuban general to the Span- Â¬ went throngh a bridgo near here yester lows again in cases where persons too easily iards was arrested at his home near day and plunged into a creok Engi Â¬ My homo is at Batesville Ark Dur-Â¬ ledhave carried home something besides Guinea Saturday and brought to neer James Garulettcr was scalded to ing the last spring and summer my Paines celery compound and have failed death Fireman Edward Muuu nnd Havana under closo guard eldest daughter then 17 years of age to get the decided benefit tbey bad hop- Â¬ He is now in tho military prison in Brakcmau O E Keyser both received was in very poor health suffering from ed for tho fortress of La Cabanas opposite this broken legs and wero otherwise injured severely xno train was a Heavy ono oity He is held incommunicado general debility nervous prostration and The strongest indorsement over receiv- Â¬ nnd was pulled by two engines Tho It is understood at tho palace that first locomotivo crossed the bridge safe Â¬ insurance 80000 frequent slight fevers She had the best ed for this great spring reinpdy and no Wcyler has ordered his deportment to medical attention but apparently with remedy ever compared witrTPalnes celChnfnrluas Island the Spanish penal ly bnt tho strain wns too heavy for tho Teraonal second and the structure gavo way little benefit Iu the latter part of Sep- Â¬ ery compound in the character and the Chnuncoy M Depevr oolobratcd hls 0M station of the African roast tember last while still feeble she began number of the witnesses to its efficiency birthday Saturday Tho Montnuk club SLEEPER DERAILED Irlih OlrU Comlnr Weit of Brooklyn tonilorcrt him n banquet the use of Paines celery compouud and New York April 80 Three steam Â¬ the strongest indorsement it ever Seternl lenple 11ml ly Injured on the Illi- Â¬ Rev William Koeulg of Bremen Ind ers lauded 800 Irish girls most of them improved in health continuously In received did not overestimate or exag- Â¬ nois Central Ilallroad ono of tho bctt known Luthoinu clergyyears of age at three months she had fully recovered gerate in the least its unrivalled power Paducaii Ky May 1 Spreading between IS nnd 22Representatives Ellis men In that stn o hits accepted a call to of a island yesterday and is now in perfect health I am of making people well tho pasturato u thLutheran rails the result of a washout sent tho Catholio mission looked after them cant hurt it ilnl Mr Editoi please allow mo to make sleeper of the fast bound cannon ball Many of the girls will go west church at IliUllpburg O one quotation from the Messengers arti- Â¬ V W Hinckley husband of Florenco express over the Illinois Central railroad Mrs Chas James Fnulkner of Mnrtlns cle though I must apoliglze for inserting dinsburg for her kind words of encour- Â¬ carry oil tne water ac vmaaa They Blythe Hinckley tho uecesful litlgmt bound from New Orleans to Cincinnati burg W Va I am glad that my words aro being worked on by a largo force in tho famous villi contoit for Thomas into a deep cut at Boss stntion 18 miles West Virginia at was chosen rvgjnt for such language in the columns of the agement tho from Paducah early yesterday morning gress of tho Daughters sixth annual con Â¬ News closely guarded Blythos millions died nt Poi tland Ore Ho says Under its Nkwu found echo in her maternal and woman- Â¬ and river is within less In many places of tho American tho Saturday in his room at the PortlnuJ Tho other cars remained on tho trucks ltovolutlou rccttutly in session than a foot of guiding and protecting hand and under ly heart And I believe every good wo- Â¬ the tops and tho current is very swift in Washlwitiil The sleeper soiled over for 25 feet and ington man wife or mother in Breckenridge care the Deinocratio party in Breck An Aged Lady Tortured nnd Itobbedenridge we are sorry to say has gradu Â¬ and Meade will giyo me their sympathy Sisteusvtlle W Va May 1 iiksT and support in this work ally drifted from bad to worse and at night Mrs Shook an aged lady living -Fraternally present the indications are that it has at Adonis was horribly tortured and Uncle Jounatiian gone to h 11 That is pictureequo isnt robbed by a negro and white man who forced an entranco into her house The it and has the true Democratic ring robbers brutally beat her baro feet with AFTER ALLEGED RAIDERS too Certainly no one can doubt the switches burned them to a Bound Democracy of the man who wrote One Man Arretted anil Indeed in Jail and candles and also burned tho crisp with hair from Other Arreita Will Follow that language her head and roasted ono ear The HAnnoDSBona Kyt May 8 William woman finally toldvrhero her money He accuses me of attempting to throw dirt in the face of the grand old Demo- Â¬ Carter wns arrested at his homo in tho was hidden aud the robbers secured west end of tho county and lodged in jail 500 and escaped Tho woman will cratic party in Meade county No no hero is said that he Is a member of probably die I was only uumatking hypocrisy in poli- Â¬ the tollIt gato raiders and was with tho Five People Hilled by a Waterspout tics and exposing the methods of oflice gang that set flro to the toll houso four Mosticello Ky May 8 On White hunters that I believe are hurtful to soci- Â¬ weeks ngo aud bhot Keeper Atkinson as Oak Creek Tcunesseo several miles ety This new apologist for tho late pri Â¬ he came from tho burning building from this town a waterspout struck the mary says that it was no worse than any Ho is one of tho best known farmers in farmhouso of a farmer named Branders demolishing tho houso and killing the of tho past But I put against him tho tho West End Tho sheriff had a number of other testimony of Mr J T Jones of Ekron warrants bnt the parties were evidently farmer his wife and ono child Two farmhands who wero sleoping upstairs who said in a letter published in the in hiding1 wero so badly mangled that died Detective Kimball a Pinkerton man in a few hours after tho sheet they Messonger in its issue of 17th of March AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAv of water has boon in the West Eud for some struck tho houso No further damage There never was in this county as woeks and it is said he has a We are Continually studying tho needs of the People list of the many drunkards made worse if possible raiders Kimball is with tho sheriff was dono in tho neighborhood we deal with and endeavoring to give them a Â¬ An Knalneer1 Fatal Jump and as many moderate drlukers made but wont talk GOIUMBU8 Ind May 8 While en drunkards and as many of any and all LEVEES UEAKINQ exem- Â¬ routo to a freight wreck at Jonesville QUALITY clatses started on the road to ruin degra The MlulMlppl Hirer Situation LESS MONEY While yesterday in chargo of a yvrocking trali Â¬ dation poverty and to be plunged head- Â¬ Critical Keinulm Uiiehaiiged from this city Engineer jtoink Weteell foremost into hell Iu the Bamo issue than they can And elsewhere Can we win Natchez Miss May 3 With an ex Â¬ was confronted with what Ko thought a of that same paper aud on tho same ception of n half tenth rise during the fatal danger by tho breakage oX the your patronage by Square Dealing and Liberal right engine- railing Ho rushed to the page appeared over tho signature of A last 34 hours tho river situation ro Treatment in Every Way Never in mains unohanged Tho weather hav Â¬ left sido of tho chb and made a leap to Subscriber the following tho ground His ncok right arm aud the history of this county has its oldest ing cleared beautifully the situation thigh wero brokon now seems moro hopeful citizens seen wjilsky and brandy used Whilo tho leveo at Vidalio and Cow iConcreninun Terry ifead moro plentiful than it has been in the pon Point aro probably iu fair shapo POUTLASl Me Alar VvrVui last few weeks and as mauy loafers of all they have many streams of wator run ning through them necessitating n gressman John J Porry died suddenly political beliefs following for free drinks t his homo yesterday aged 86 years I have been credibly informed by sever-Â¬ lartre ditch to bo duir on tho outsido to al persons that during the fifteen days previous to the election over twenty bar Â¬ rels of whisky and brandy was used in Hence it is seen that It the canvass We have engaged the services of MISS GEORGIA was not Uncle Johnathaus vivid imag Â¬ IS UNSEL for this season She has a high reputa- Â¬ ination or his dtslre to thrust a sword Â¬ into the vitality of the Democratic party tion as a Trimmer Would be pleased to have you that enabled htm to chronicle many call get prioes and see the New Goods things Worth of Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes bought for Cash nnd at rAAAAAAMVAAAAVWVWVVSAVVAAAAAAAW Your Uncle Johuathau had plenty of uur uwn rrice We intend to put these goods on sale and facts aud data on which to boss librc 9E It is our intention and purpose to treat every one who make the greatest SENSATION ever heard pf Con sr matks It ia not a question of veracity enters our escablibhment so well and to give K sult your Interest and attend this Sale between me aud tho Messenger man V them such The question Is between the Messenger ja flecej of Fancy Callcoet worth 6c oar price 3c I jotCMUfWallpae ealy Good Ulnthami c At tq Me our Wiadew Mw4ee at and two reputable cUiuis of Meade jS Irish Uwm II 7c t letmukavettfc ftee at county of his own political faith GOOD Fart Percalti gq I let Mcna Sufca meipla ve er poteej at He did not expect anything else from 100 pea Bttt Ilooiler Cotton Sc 1 repw wiint w jay 7cj they invest that they will come Imok again and Uncle Johnathan Anything eke than Ladlrt VcaU ioci Good Heavy SntpanJara tjcj GROOlRim No man need expect sae to fawn what again 1 lot no fee Good Segar hck WbU Good Sfcae and cringe before the grand moguls of 1 lot nll Fine Fur Haw laaapkr10c AAAyAAAAAAAAAAMAAAAAAA Heai Cx at In ftWrWWWWWMWWWVWKVWWVW 4 90 iSeGrees 4 tef the Democratic party or any other poli Â¬ Biat Wm CoUooada Iaata c v nw uiihh iMHMt ear ansa ijjjfli af tical organisation Iahall neyer surren Â¬ j placet o l Black UaarMU cloth jjci liee Ta ew attas ipiaMoHaavySefxeM 40c ueod vfeaa Tea der the keeping of y political conduct Cellart ealy CW D s t ft f 1 orolUwnshlplatolhe hatida of any set Onto CaWloW Nalaoa ktoelta osly pain Heavy KMCtflC Mm JC ft M fm J I1 of political trlektterf or packed conven Â¬ tions WoOrChickens and Eggs wanted at Highest Market Price You need not i xpaot of Uncle Johua Â¬ thau that b will am take abiea with DONT FORGET THIS Uut oppress ora or deepollera 1 Mankind or that he will lever he found aywbr exoipt o th side of right and jutio Let sm tbaak the good lody of Ha iS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ s win occupied Company clilna by V P Qrlcr dealers Bon Marcho Glove company Bnnmaus carpet honso and scores of physicians Hacks cigar factory and Hall Brothers building next fell victims to tho flro flend and they wero quickly followed by tho Dnqursno theater Methodist Book Concern building and tho Surprise clothing store The latter was an immenso factory building run ning back n ucptn or Luu leer Tho flro was tho most magnificent j eigne seen in nttsuurgior years wneu tho Jenkins nnd Homo buildings had become enveloped in tho conflagration Penn avonuo was ono mass of flames nnd sheets of flro with heavy columns of smoko were sent 200 feet into thoalr Tho glare of the flames could be seen for miles nnd tho streets for blocks around wcr brilliantly illuminated As soon as the flro attacked theso buildings sovcral streams of water woro turned on t em but tho water had no more effect than if it wns not an extinguisher Tho flames ftom tho burn ing oil in tho Jenkins building rolled out ngalust them and in five minutes tho two beautiful Homo buildings wero burning briskly Tho firemen then left tho Jenkins building to its fato and nscd their united nnd desperated efforts to savo the Homo buildings All tho streams of water that could bo sum moned were turned on these buildings but they wero now ono mass of firo The fire department then turned their attention to Mio surrounding buildings but the raging flames rapidly ato its wuy to all sides oclock the firo wns finally At mastered bnt was still burning with Intense fury within tho limits of tho blocks bounded by Fifth street east and west and Liberty nnd Pcnn avenues north and south A number of firemen wero injured by falling walls and livo wires bnt none of them are seriously hnrr Fireman Georgo Achcson who wns ono of three men in Cecil alley when the Jenkins wall fell is missing and is supposed to bo nuder tho debris The namej of other firemen hurt aro Miko Daly Elmer Crocow Georgo Meekiu William Irwin Robert Badger Tho individual losses as far as could be obtained nro as follows Horno Company dry goods and officobuilding with stock 81000000 covered by insur ance in 100 insurance companies T O Jenkins 300000 on stock and 3200000 tho Dunuesno theater on building 50000 Mayers glove house 3000 Company 310000 W P Gricr Snamana carpet house tho Methodist Book Concern building with tenants probably 30000 Hucks cigar factory 2000 Speer mansion 50000 tenants of Horno office building 50000 Small losses were sustained by J D Chantler Bcesom Paper company Harmony creamery nnd Forco Briggs Ma chinery Supply company In 600 Penn avenue tho Mollinger Remedy company occupied two floors while tho lower floor wns Sweenoys millinery parlors Jordans millinery establishment tho Novitn Remedy com pany and Dr T F Baskerwitch occn iiiecl 502 Dr Sykcs Dr T H Swift and Miss M J Conlon dressmaker occupied 504 Mmo Vclma millinery M Hart dressmaking Neill nnd Gels manicure parlors and M E Hvans in fants dress goods occupied COO which ndjoincd tho Jenkins block oil Penn avenue Ilro In Toronto Toronto April 30 Fire In II P Eckhardts wholesale grocery establish ment yesterday did 120000 damage six stone in height Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BANES ItKCAirflJRED SPANIARD- Was Growing Worse Llvor UNCLE HOLD THAT PORTANT SEAPORT - AGAIN IM- Â¬ J01H JGilR HEARD Meade NEILL OF ARKANSAS Another US Congressman Indorsed Paines Celery Compound TlioAMnck Wan Made if the Combined Army anil Xnvj nf tho Spnnlali Tore The Hnnlli Troop Will Iurnue the In- tirgmU - Havana lUatche May 0 Tho port of Banco in Santiago do Cuba held by General Cnllvto Garcia nnd 0000 Cubans ever since tho Lanrada landed Roloffs expe- Â¬ dition lias been recovered by tho Span ish combined army and naval forces un Â¬ der General Gomez Ruberte nnd Ad Â¬ Tho Spanish forces miral Navarro combined at Nino and General Gomez Rubcrto formed his forces consisting of two columns including 700 marines 400 navy nnd 1200 infantry commanded reÂ¬ spectively by Lieutenant Colonel Cris toval Nunez and Lieutenant Colonel Aynla r entered tho Their seven harbor Tho Nueva Espana bombarded the insurgent heights ultimately capturing tho Cuban fortifications with n loss of 10 men The gunboats then communicated with Santiago dOplco who with 50 men commnndodnn ironclad fort Within this fortification his men had heroically defended thorn selves during u 13 days eiego Tho commander of tho fort says that when tho Laurada entered he sent nn nrnied boat with 20 men out into the harbor He claims that th- Tuurida nttemptod to run this bout nnd that tho men wero compelled to seek refuge on n near by quay Tho Lanrnda then proceeded to tho interior of tho arbor lauding tho expedition out of reach of flro from the fort ro nmitrng in port 24 hours Tho Ma nlleues aud tho Nriera Es Â¬ pana rouiiin nt Bancs for the purposo of protecting tho tovn of Banes from further atfao Tho Cnl aus in vie v of tho combined nttac c of tho nnny nnd navy aban Â¬ don d their stronghold without further resistance Jewing a Lrgo quantity of The Spiiish forces will ammunition soon leave or Port abonico nearby where tho lusurgciU aro now reported to be located Tho report that Qnintin Bandera has passed to the westward and that he is now in camp between Alquiznr and ArteinlMi with DUO men inlly onulpped with now rifles is confirmed They are awaiting tho arrival of bands of in- Â¬ surgents from Matauzas and Santa Clara It is reported that Salvador Cisneros president of tho Cuban republic was recently married to MUs Angero It is officially announced that Joso Ccpero tho insurgent leader has bcou released aim expelled trom tho Island and Stomacfi Troubles Too Weak to Work -- Mow Able to Do All Her Housework H Havana Â¬ I whs under tho euro of a physician for two years nnd ho was trotting me for stomach nnd liver troubles ami femalo difficulties but I only grow worse tinder his treatment I wns bo weak I could do hardly any work I wns at last induced to try Hoods BirsapariUa and Hoods Pills and theso medicines have done me so much good that I now weigh 112 pounds nnd am able to do all my houso work I firmly bcllcvo I should havo been in my grave today it it had not been for My little girl was Hoods SarsaparHIa afflicted with phthisic I gave her Hoods SarsaparHIa and It has relieved her Mrs R B Comei Back at the County Metieoger With Quotation from that Paper Daring the Campaign THE NEWS NOT TO BE BLAME D He Advises the Messenger to Quit Barking1 at the News and FolÂ¬ k low Its Example I sea that thp Messenger the cudgel In a sort of half hearted and Dbatao faced defenco of the late Democratic campaigners in Meade Or was that article penned hy some onoclose to the Mtteenger It reads not Jlke an editorial of my friend D of the Messenger Well it does your Unclo Johnathan good to see that he has stirred up the animals and they are hi ginning to winco under tho Ore of public criticism This writer in tho Meesenger tells us tlint We yes even we do not approve of everything that was done in the last campaign But ho apologizes for that Campaign and lnbors hard in his picturesque fashion to berate both yourself Mr Editor nnd your Uncle Johnation youreejf for presuming to mnnaga your owu paper in your own way admitting to its columns what you are pleased to admit and your Undo Johnathan for daring to criticise the course of tho little political bosscB of his party in tho lato primary Mr Editor who do you suppose this new autocrat is that would presume to dictate to you how you shall run your paper this modern would be czar that would bad he the power establish n cen soisbip of the press I know Mr Editor you had to smile when you read if you took the time to read it what he eail about the News and how the News as a Democratic pa per should he conducted Everybody else too would have to smile that knows anything about the two papers Instead of carping at the News he ought to imi Â¬ tate its example of fairness and indepen- Â¬ dence It is the fair manly indepen- Â¬ dent and courageous course of tho Breck Â¬ enridge News tlint has won for it the largest circulation among the county papers of Kentucky Mister Messenger since you eay you dont object to good and well meant advice your Uncle John- Â¬ athan advises that you quit barking at tho heels of the News and try to imitate its example The News has quite n large circulation among an intelligent nnd ap- Â¬ preciative constituency but as for the Messenger why an ordinary Democrat- Â¬ ic campaigner with a jug of whisky in each hand could easily walk out of its circulation in an hour or two unless he should fall too much Under the influence of the contents of the jugs No Mr Messenger dont scowl at the News j you Mh DiTon lias taken up Â¬ Harper 701 University Avenue Knoxvllle Tennessee men-of-wa- riOOCQ 8 parHa Â¬ Is tho best In fact tho One True Blood Purifier At all druggists Ho sure to get Hoods ciiroIlrcrlllscasytoLiko HOOd S FllIS easy to 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