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THE BRECKENEIDGE NEWS VOL XXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MVY 12 1897 NO 43 CONTINUOUS ADVERTISING COMPELS ATTENTION THAT TARIFF BILL Is the Absorbing Topic at tho tional Capitol It Will Na- Â¬ Pass But Will Novor Look Like Anything THREATS OF RETALIATION Â¬ From Foreign Countries Cause Consternation In the Ranks of the Tariff Tinkers JIs rM i F x 7 1 iS V Pulling and Hauling But there Is a tariff bill and despite tho growling and kicking and pulling and hauling it is going to bo passed eomo tlmo or othor Just when no one Isnblu to say but I should guess about tho mlddlo of July Tho sennto will tnko up tho bill on tho 18th Inst and as thcro Is no apparent disposition to delay It a couplo of months should sco it pretty well out of tho way Thero is no telling howovor bow long a sonato dobnto will last for ns a member Thoy of tho houso put It to mo today havent any flvo mlnuto rulo over thore but Instead a rulo which permits a man to talk flvo days on tha crossing of n t A luost Interesting study Is that of the rmanncr In which tho tariff enters Into tho dolalls of tradoand consumption affooting the trade and consumption of nearly all tho nrticles used by our people It Is this which makes a general tariff revision Buch n tremendously important matter to our country nnd which oxcltos such great Interest In all tho details of tho work in oonimltteo and congress An illustration of this may bo found in a visit whlah a largo delegation of fish merchants from New York Philadelphia Boston and Chi cago mado to Washington whllo tho tariff bill was under consideration In tho flnnnco Their business ooiumlttco of tho senate was to protest against tha proposed in on salt herring and salt crease in tbo duty They pointed out that herring mackerel U a staple artlclo of food for the Danes Norwegians Poles Russians and Swedes who form n largo part of tho population of tbo northwostcrn states In view of tho fact that no herring that could tnko tho place of tho imparted fish nro caught this side of Holland and Norway it was con tended that it would not bo fair tolncreaso tha eost of herring to tho poor people who Thero is no Amer nee It on their tables ican herring industry to speak of and eeaeequently protection is not needed Threats of Retaliation v These visitors called the attention of tho tariff makers to tho Interesting fact that the only countries in Europe of which wa These buy fish nro Norway and Holland are by an odd coincidence tha only coun Â¬ tries oa the continent of Kuropo which admit our pork boot and Hour without tariff or other restrictions Norway and Holland have protested against tho In wwiw of our duties against their fish nnd threaten to retaliate by taxing our pork Ik U said only two votes aro lacking In tho Mefweglau parliament to carry an attack upon our pork trada Both Norway and XoUend buy very much more of tbo United State than we buy of them and It U wgued that It U poor policy to cut off that yrket by n scram bio for a little more Wo istty on Norwegian and Dutch flah etl to Holland each year about eo0OO0Q0 at ModueU and buy from her tHJOOO 400 We sell to Norway tf 600000 awl boy trout hr 1400000 The agitation of the duty on flsh ha laouatit out the Intoreatlng fact that ber HAf la a poor mans food while mackerel la found chiefly upon tha tableV of the well ta do Therefore it U argued that it would 1 poor policy to tax barring wl mackerel Boston OS tt tha were in the same oUes la toe greatest mackerel market in the Tha dealeta thNMRHe Ualtad Stato over half of all toe waekevel brought to this country and the average value In tele market la 140 a barrel The Boston dealers handle every yearatwut 00000 barrels of Imported mackerel abowlng that the trade to oh large than nny oas not taiuUlar With tha fmata would mwmm Whikow Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WAhiinqtoj Muy 11 Wo Special do not henr tmicli In Washington these days except tariff talk Evorylxxly Is ills cussing tho sennto revision of tho hill and comparing it with thti houso measure YVhorover ono goes ho hears tolls of the llnatico committee bill the Dlnglcy hill the Wilson bill tho McKlnley bill the Mllfs bill and of rates nnd Rohcdulcs ad valorem and specific till ones head has it tendency to none Ihcro nover yet was a tariff bill that Bultcd everybody If ono were to Judgo by tho expressions heard about tho corridors of tho hotels and where statesmen roost do congregate tho present tariff bill dues not suit nny ono Of course this Is not strictly true Thero arc plenty of people satisfied with It They as a rule nro gontlomcn who have Interest 111 only oro or two things nnd tho rates upon DUKES those few things happen to bo fixed just right But senators whoso constituents uro interested in n wldo rango of producTho weather has been all the farmers tion or manufacture And themselves in could wish for the past week very hot water Selfish Interests PBorn May 7 to the wife of William If ono wants proof of tho accuracy of the Davison a twelve pound boy pomowhat famous saying of n famous man Davo Starks and family of Gleudeane that tho tariff is n local question all he bas to do Is to como to Washington nnd are visiting relatives here this week spend a day or two among the statesmen Rev 8 J Rltchey preached Sunday who aro discussing tho current measure Hiapastorial jear Tho air is filled with sulphurous remarks at the C P church Inqulro what llos behind all tho complain- expired on that day ing and growling and In nine cases out of John Duko started Sunday to Tort ten you will find that It Is because the rates of duty nro not satisfactory upon Branch Ind where hu will spend a few soma article produced in this city or that days with his mother county or pcrchanco in eomo stato or region Mr John K Johnson and wife visited Tho senator from ono part of tho country may bo elated over tho duty fixed on wool on Lead creek Sunday tho guests of for Instance while a senator from another Forrest Bruner and wife Btnto may bo predicting that tho country Nate Starks Jr and wife of near will go to tho deinnjtlon bowwows If that wool rate la not put up or down ns the Patesvillo were guests Saturday and case may be This is explained by tho fact Sunday of bis parents at this place that tho constituents of ono senator raise Mrs Emma Ieom and baby Arthur wool to sell while tho constituents of tho other buy wool to use in their mills So it are visiting this week on Black fotd Ngoes It would bo exceedingly difficult to creek the guests of her mother-in-laDnd nny princlplo that runs through tho Mrs Frank Isom wnrp und woof of tho whole business of tariff making It seems rather to bo ir remains of Mrs Follle Patterson juazo of conflicting selfishnesses and Interof Lyonia pssed through town Saturday ests dependent in overy caso upon the to Cloyerport to be interred In the cem point of view You can always tell what a man is going etery at that place to say about a given rnto of duty by InTbo base ball season opened up here quiring the locality whence ho comes The Red Breeches with a I heard on old senator who has had a Saturday deal of experience in tariff making say tho little practice will be ready to accept other day tliero never would bo n tariff challenges and play any club that desires satisfactory to everybody till the United to bat with them States wus subdivided Into little lots about 600 feet square nnd a rato of duty mado to kTIio remains of Robert Dunntwho suit tho Inhabitants of each lot died Monday night at his homo in Pates- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Forging Hii Way to the Top The following from tbe Humboldt Tetin rrogresa will be read with pleas- Â¬ ure by the many friends of Dr Wlllett A Progrtsi repre- Â¬ at hluold home sentative chanced to call at the ofilce of Dr J Max Wlllett this week Dr Wll- Â¬ lett had just received quite a number of the latest nnd most Improved BUgical instruments including a comprt used air spray used In treating diseases of the nose and throat and everything necessaIn con- Â¬ ry In performing operations nection with surgery and dseases of women and children Dr Wlllett is giv- Â¬ ing special attention to diseases of tho no3o and throat and has been very sue cessful In that lino of prnctlro About one year Bnd a half ago Dr J Max Wll- Â¬ lett moved to Humboldt rom Kentucky buying out Dr Carrolls home practice etc As soon as he camo here he iden- Â¬ tified himself with every Interest of the town and community and by his uni- Â¬ form kindness and courtesy has made himeelf dmrvedly popular with all classes He Is an active member of the Baptist church and an enthusiastic K of P He is an examining physician for several insurance concerns resident sur- Â¬ geon and physician for both railroads at this place Dr Wlllett 1b yet quite a young man full of energy and an enthu- Â¬ siast in his profession and is determined to be one of the leading physicians and surgeons in West Tennessee Â¬ NEARINUN END W J BRYANS CRITICISM OF MR CLEVELANDS REFORM SPEECH SAWING And Saying Nothing WOOD are the Sturdy Is the Eastern War Turks Setm to Have Conquered Reports that Greeco Has Mado a Writton Application for the MEDIATION OF THE POWERS Tho Greek Troops in Creto Have Boon Recalled By the Greek Government Atiiksa Miy JO Tho rriie of tliQ Associated Press hams on thu very best nuthoiity that Greeco has mado a written application to tho pow Â¬ ers through then repio entathes ut Athens with a view of obtaining media All tlfo representatives havo tion promised in their leplics to use their best oillees except tho German minis ter who luui merely acknowledged tho receipt of tho noto from tho cabinet The porte is inclined to support tho powers with u iow to tlie facilitation of negotiation but it declines to consent to an armisted on the giomid that this would euublo Greece to reorganize her As a umttor of fact Tiukoy conforce tinues to send troop from fcaiouicti homeward and it is probiblo that Is mail Pashu has returned to Constanti nople from Slwonlea In view of loth facts It may be as sumed that nothing seiious U expectod but tho continuance of a stato of war is regarded ns the very best mains of hastening tho eflorts of diplouiucT Without doubt hopes have been rai scd hi Turkey that tho ottoman gen eminent might annex ihosUy and lestoro tho old frontier or 1SS1 bat tho Buitini is not inclined to risk Mich n step Un the contrary ho oppOMSit uiicoinproinii-iiig-land will not yield to tho pressmo of tho war party ut Constantinople Ho reasonable in will bo baiihiied with demnity und n Blight ratification of tho eastern Th 8 nlian frontr r sucli u one us would gio Turkey bov orl btrategio po itions in tlio vicinity of Noros A dspatch lrom Lainia says that Crown miuco Constantino is btill nt Domocos uud tiut ucui ril Sinolenskl is at Almyros Hiccoti Garibaldi und tho Italiuu volunteers havo umved at Almyros Tho dispatch bays that tho o odns of iiihubitatits fioiu Uomokos Lamia uud the surrounding coautry continues Greek torpedo boats still patrol the GulfofVolo It is piobublu that mora fighting will occar ut uonoax Tho teligruph is working to Comokos and tho latest dispatch fioiu that point says that tho Turks uro half way bo tween PliArsalos uud IjoiiiOSos nnd uro belioved to bo planning un attack upon tho latter Tho Turks do not molest tho inhabitants of tho vilaes they have occupied but thoy linvo burned Iiousoa und plundered bevcral churches ut Phur Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ y Â¬ roropondett salos or Athens May 10 Tho government ville wero brought to this place Tues- Â¬ has addressed u request to tho powers to day for burial The funeral was preach- Â¬ allow their udnihulsin Italiuu wuters to wurships to embark ed at the O P church by Rev S J permit tho Greek the troops thut have bion recalled Tho Rltchey in the presence of a large con government explains thorecail us due to courso of relatives and friends Rev tho urgent need of men for the defence Morton closed the services with a short of Thessally A dispatch from Domokos says tho talk full of sympathy and consolation to the bereaved ones The remains were Turkish udvnuco posts have reachedÂ¬ Skirmetzi uad thut the Tunis aro mov interred at the Johnson graveyard ing forward in considerable foico from The widowed mother sister and three Phnrsalos on the Domokos Almyros lino brothers have the sympathy of their with a vow of cutting olJ Geiierul Sniolenski Acconliug to tho dispatch many friends at this place it is reported ut Domokos that thoTuiks havo ulreudy como into coutact with WEBSTER General Snioleiiskis brigado Tho Greek ostern squadron has res Â¬ cued largo uuiiLers of women and chilFarmers are all busy planting corn dren from villages along tho Epirus Chinch bugs are destroying wheat in coast threatoncd by tho Turks Stylis ucur Lamia has been made this section tho port lor rovictualuig tho Grcok Big crowd at church Sunday it being army Some Grock troops from Velcstino quarterly meeting have embarked on tho Greok Elijah Ashcraft passed through this ut Volo M Skoulondls tho Grcok minister of place enroute to Hardinsburg foreign niluirs suys thut ho expecti Mr Forrest Haynes of Harned was many dltllcultios will bo ojicouuterod in Â¬ tha guest of Miss Gola OrenduiT Sun- the pcuco negotiations Tuo report that tho crown princess Is day going to lieiUu is not conimueu Tha ladles were all looking their best TURKS OCCUPY VOLO Sunday and a right good looking crowd Ten lluttalloui Kntor tho Town to booure they were lubllo Sufuly Payne Cotnpton are repairing their Oonstantinovlb May 10 Tho Turk Â¬ JOxOO foot store house and building a ish troops now ocoupy Volo that place shed room having beou evacuated by tho Greeks The real estate transfers in this place Edhem Pusha who is now nt Velostliio are at boom prices 1300 being realized telegraphs thnt tho French uud BritishÂ¬ consuls of Volo culled upon him Satur on a 700 investment day evening in order to stato in their It is said to be Inhumane to speak eyll own numes nnd tlioo of their colleagues of the dead We suppose this is why bo that tho Greek troops had evacuated the many good things are being said of the place after having loloased tho convicts and thoy requested turn to soud ut once Courier Journal here of late forces to occupy the town and socuro S B Adkhsons recent visit to this tho public order und mfety Tun bat Dr place was not to go Ashing as reported tnlious thoretoro sent for that purpuse enteiediiiid occupied tliocity but to see the only town in the United to VoloGreeks who Hod to Almyros will Tho States that was on a boom try to rejoin the main body of tho Greok We suppose the financial graduates forces at Domolios posslblo early interven Â¬ In referred to in the lost Issue of the News tion view of tho of the powers Edhem Puslm hus by the Webster correspondent are Jas been ordcrod to hasten his udvnuco St Clair Luby Adkissoa and Dr Bell leaving the line of communications to bo guarded by ruiiiforcouienta which KurU are daily dispatched to tho front That apostle of sound money who How Colonel Vho Cretf eame to this little villa to do missionary Lonpok May 10 The Daily Tclot work is meeting with very poor success grnphs Athens correspondent says that Websters Democracy Is as firm as the Lolonol Vnssoa tdd htm ho had great Rock of Gibraltar and as immovable as dilticulty in leaving Creto m all tho for the Pyramids of Egypt sign wurship i worn on the alert Ho departed fioiu the island he bays on a dark night at tor pasilng th two prev Â¬ Kliuull9M toivutui Arraugemcuta Columbus O liny 8 The Republi Â¬ ious ulghts iu u cavern can state central commlltoe yesterday Turkv War luitemiilty uf ewtow decided to hold the Mt con London May 10 A dUfiatch to Tha 38 ventloH in Toledo June M and Morning Post lrom Ooutautiutdo says H h Oltarle II Orosvenor of Athens It U iobablt tlmt Turkey will dewiaud a will b temporary chairman and John war indemnity of over I1W0 II MalWof Colombia temporary soo rctary Thero will be 1060 deWmtaa Is TrtM InlrrtHi Kllvit the convention tha largest in Utt uli May 8 Profeesor J TirTMf 0 lory of the warty la tho state Wvlattar of the state evuerimet station LamW hgkftafl aa bm leer MX at Wooater was iu bit city the eealur aad forever be taaa i To unit week lmtpwitUg fruit tnae Uujt uum eerve a4 vleer take etavleUel beer ke Unud for the In Um in this weekmea Â¬ men-of-w- THIS LOOK3 LIKE PEACE Tho Greek Troop In Crrtu lluvo lleen lte- cnlleil by tho OreuU iviiriiiiu iit The presence of Mr Cleveland two membeis of his cabinet and such eminent gold Democrats M ex Congressman Turner llyimrn and Patterson made tho barquct an Important political eviut and tho address delivered by Mr Cleveland may fairly be accopted as setting forth tho present views and future purposes of the bolting Democrats Probably the most unexpected thing In tho address was the reference He borrows emphasis from a scriptural to the Republican admlnlsratlon textund accuses the Itepubllcans of returning in hot haste to thtlr wulluw This is an unfair criticism ing in the mlro of the extreme piotCliou because the Kepubiicais have never shown any disposition to abandon extreme protection Mr McKlnley won politclal fame as the apostle of high tnrill and dur- Â¬ ing tho late campaign reiterated Ills devotion to this policy The se Demo- Â¬ crats who voted for Mr McKlnley voted with their eyes opjn to tarilT possibllltloj Neither Lave those Democrats reason to complain of Mr McKiuleys attitude on tlie money question To bo sure the president has sent an argosy abroad In search of not a goldfldece but of an object equally eluilve namely an international agreement for the restoration of bimetallism but In so doing he is only carrying out a pledge contained in his platform Unless the gold Democrats were iu possession of assuranci s not given to tlie public generally or they expected tho president to abandon his plat- Â¬ He promised form they ought to bo satistl d with their financial policy to maintain the gold standard until relef comes from abroad and he is doing It In spite of tho continued distress caused by such a policy The Drinucrata who supported the Chicago plalfirm can consistently condemn both tlm tariff policy and the iinanclal policy of the administration but those who supported Mr McKlnley are only receiving what they had a right to expect to repay Mr 01 ivelanJ accusis tho Republicans of a determination partisan uipport from the proceeds of increased burdens of taxttlon placed upon those atrea ly overla leu He knew that tho Republicans had collected a campaign fund larger than ever before known in American politics Did it ever occur to him that the contributors would over expect repaymeut through legislation friendly to their interests Has not the Dingley bill been drawn exactly upon the plan of the McKlnley It may differ in Its schedule lut does not differ in its general plan and preparation But if those IX muciats who supported Mr McKlnley have no reason to criticise his course what shall we siy o those Dumocrats who supported thu Indianapolis tickelY What claim have they to consideration at the hands of the president Mr Cleveland asserts that when the fact of the nation set m d in the Does he mean balance deliverance came through thu bolting Democrats through those Democrats who voted directly for Mr McKiuloy or through those who voted for the Indlouapolis ticket 7 The leaders among tho gold Democrats claim to have voted for Palmer and Ruckner Certainly this did not entitle them to pose m saviors of their country They know that the contest would be close even Mr Cleveland refers to the campaign as one of doubt and fear Was It patriotic for gold Democrats to throw their votes away upon a ticket which uad no chance when their support might have decided the contest Ihure is a touch of humor in the boisterous iutentlon of thote who during the contest watched tho struggle from afar alter tho battle was over claimed all credit oi the victory The important part of Mr Clevelands address however is feu id in his declaration of war against those who supported the Chicago ticket Iu this last address ho has given more aid to his opponents than to his supporters just as he did by his official acts His surrender of the executive branch of tlie government intiTttiB hands of the Wal street ffnaucieis dur Â¬ ing tils last administration did more than any other one thing to arouse the American people to the iniquity Of the fotd standard His thinly disguised support of the Republican ticket in the late cam paign did much to drive the silver Republicans out of the R publican party and their loyality to bimetallism has not been shaken by defeat In his address Saturday uight he aided the free silver cause stilt further by removiug whatever danger there might have been of couiesslons f om the tegular Democrats to the bolters If he had discussed the fundamental principles of Democracy and then urgd a union of forces upon a platform comprising tlie differences on the money question he might have done us harm in some section but his dog- Â¬ matic insistence upon a foreign I mnclal policy an his emplutic endorse ment of the gold Democrats of tlie folly of uuy attempt to reunite the Democrats who believe in bimetallism with Democrats who are wedded to gold monometallism Mr Cleveland recognizee that the contest over the money question In- Â¬ stead of being ended is just beginning he recognfeis itaian irrepressible conflict and in this he reasons rightly The Democratic party will In 1000 reiterate its demand for free and un Â¬ limited coinage ut 10 to 1 aud it will be opposed by those who at that time believed In a gold standard Tills being as certain us any future event can be why should those affiliato now who expect to engage iu combat so soon hereafter We now have a harmonious Democrutic party and we have a bolting Let organization which claims to represent another kind of Democracy them both exist and time will determine which is fittest to eurviv i If any bimetalllst is converted to the gold standard he can join their organization if any gold Democrat repents ho ran return to the fold How over much we may differ from Mr Cleveland we must admit his courage A less resolute man would hesitate to assume the leadership of a little bnd 130000 many of whom voted the Indianapolis ticket by mistake and then accuee 0500000 voters of being either designing agitators or the dupes of designing agitators A man uLless self reliance would re examine his own conduct to see whether It was his folly or theirs which separated them from 0500000 of Democrats who onco idolized hlin but lu the lexicon of Mi Clevelands mature years there is no such word as mistake The gold Democracy is impotent to briug any real relief to the country it Is long on platitudes aud short on performances It reaches its maximum at a buiquet and its minimum at the polls It is the toy of thoso financiers who prate about national honor while they fatten on the nations extremity and it is powerlet s to protect the people from the extortions of trust and the greed of unrestrained corporations Those Democrats who believe in i quality before the law-- will naturally gravitate toward the r gular Djinocracy and thoso Democrats who believe in a government by syndicates and for syndicates will naturally drift into the Republican party because It off rs them the best prospect of wiccess WILLIAM J I1RYAN Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Cuban Patriots And tho Spanish Warriors are Oft Reminded of Their Prosence CUBAN CAPITOL ATTACKED tw POWDER Absolutely Pure rowDBK CO Causing Considerable Excitement Among the Spanish Braves Other Nows Itoms Kky Wikt Fla May 10 Word r ache here that intcuso excltomcut wus caused in Havana Friday night by a sharp uud prolonged outbreak of musketry iu ho Miburbi and Saturday morning it was learned that u bcrious uttuck had been made by tho insurgents en the SpuuHi outposts Details of tho llriiig havo been sup pried by tho authorities but from the f at t that se eral battalions were hurried from tlie tity to support tho troops at tho point uttaekod it is belioved that the insurgents were in strong force It is um said that before daybreak a considerable number of wounded sol Â¬ diers wom brought biek to tho city Although it is evident that tho attack of tho insurgents was repnlscd tho fact that thoy actually advanced within tho buburbs of tho cty and that heavy Spanish ro inforccnieiits are now hold- Â¬ ing tho outposts iu anticipation of a fresh uttuck hus created a profound sen satioii in the city Â¬ mtt6 NEW TOKK Celebrated for its great leavening itreigth aid Auurei the food against alum and htalthfulneu all foims of adulteration sornmon to the cheap brands ROYAL BAKING SAND CAVE FLAT The cold rain is doing the fruit con slderable damage If you havo anything to sell just advertise it in the News Farmers are behind with corn planting on account of so much rain There will bo very little tobacco plant Â¬ ed in this part of tile county We congratulate Mrs F Pauley and wish them a long and happy married life The war Is on Little Milt talks like rebellion Verily changes have upon us come Mrs Syrena Jarrett will take your order if you want a new Bible or any kink of good religious book fcpeclal OFF FOR CUBA loci to Inveatlsato tha ltulz Cuit- Washington- - May 10 W J Cal houn of Illinois special counsel for tho CALHOUN Cuunael Â¬ cahe left Washington Saturday night ou tho Florida special for Tampa whero ho will take u steamer for Havana He wus accompanied by Mr FUhback who goes in the capacity of his secretary United States government in tho Ruiz Mr Calhoun expects to spend a day or two ufter his arrivul in Havana in consultation with Consul General Leo be fore undertaking tho formal beginning of tho inquiiy He says his functions uro htrictfy limited to tho investigation of tho couditons under which Dr Ruiz met his death iu tho jail at Guanabocoa Tho proceedings uro not to bo iu tho naturo of u legal trial for t o fur at least thero is no accused porson They will bo ruthcr in the line of a closo and thorough investigation which is to bo held with tho consent of und by tho in- Â¬ vitation of the Spanish government and the United States will bo represent- Â¬ ed by special counsel also by its invitation in order to oiror every ussnrance that the proceedings uro fair uud com Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ plete It i3 expected that tho invcstlgntlon will bo initiated by tho Spanish uuthor ities just us soon ns Mr Calhoun indicates thut ho Is ready to begin As tho death of Dr Ruiz took placo in tho jail at Uuniiubacoa a suburb within tho coronito limits of Havana it will not bo necessary to go outside of tho city to muko tho liiquiryj Sjmln ItuUIni War Iunilt Madkid May 10 The queen regent has isued u decree authorizing the rais Â¬ ing of 8100000 to bo becured by the customs duties of Spain to meet tho nna t9 iitllrii v rmnrnttnilii 111 Cltllin mill the Fhilipmuo islands The Rank of Spain will undertake the issue Â¬ A HOLY WAR lnt t llimo uf tlie Ircent Uprlflug lu Kcnixlur Nnw Yoiik Mny 8 A special to Tlio Herald from Runnina Colombia says Tlio revolution in Ecuador according to ull acU ices received seems to bo in tlio naturo of u holy wur Among tho lead ers of tho robels are many priests Tho Tho Â¬ uprising which started in the provinces of Caimr uud Chimborazo whllo not ns berious iu was thought at first is still causing bonie apprehension Thero has been no considerable movement so fur as kuown in tlio other provinces in the same dheotion bat the trouble contin- Â¬ ues in tho two provinces nniiiod In tho attack on the city of Riobama bn u fow dnys sinco tho rebels met with heavy roverses A Jeiuit superior who wus with tho robels was killed und two of the priucijMil leaders of tho reb- Â¬ els Chirpbogn und Coitnles wero taken prUoners Kighty two others wero captured among thorn 32 priests Tlie rebels ure receiving the aid of a small faction of liberals who are d Is contented with prevailing conditions BRA V ifB Oy7 Â¬ The BitECKENiiiuaE News Is the best county paper in the state Take notice ye readers eight pages of good reading and advertisements only 1 per year Brandenburg I appreciato your de- Â¬ sire to distribute good literature and you strike the responsive chord of my heart when you say that One who loves to read is never lonely never tires of How true and yet how few home n ally love to read or try to teach their children the love of good books There are parents who dress their children in ru files laces ribbons and flowers who seldom or never spend anything for good literature to adorn their minds and even many who never furnish their children with Bibles or cause them to know any Â¬ thing of tlie pure word of God It sad Â¬ dens my heart to see children reared without any knowlegde of the Holy Scriptures for all other books sink into nothingness when compared with the Holy Bible From this book emenates all good and pure literaturefrom whence springs all civilization We congratulate the Hardinsburg Woman Brandenburg and Uncle John athan on the subject of temperance and reform and ye editor for granting so much space to this subject Temper- Â¬ ance and reform should bo our battle cry and let every woman of both Meade and Breckenrldgo rise up aud by all just and honorable means help Uncle John athan to put this evil from among us and in the name of tiod we will set up But let us not agitate our banners this subject as a political Issue These are moral and religious questions and should elicit the attention of all good people in all churches and parties The temperance was not a political or national question with Daniel but he proposed in his heart that he would not defile himself with the portion of the kings meat nor the wine that he drank Our hope of reformation is not in tbe parties but in teaching both candidate and voter to Dare to be a Daniel Dare to stand alone And to propose in his heart that ho will not defile himself GENERAL NEWS Deaths Robinson G C M G Is dead iu Loudon Captain M J GrealUli ordnauco storeÂ¬ keeper i ilo ad nt lituburg Mrs Charles Marvin of Ravenna died f oin tlio effects of eating pork supposed to ocntalu trlolituoaU William W Ruihlter precldont of tho Terminal Warehouse company of Now Vork Is dead ut hi homo In lirooltlyn Mrs Simon Welch aged S3 of Dradncr 0 fell dead while witnessing a fire at that place Heart disease wus tho cause Rlohurd Fnguo n prominent farmer r tiding u fow miles west of Lugrnngo FinanInd sulcldod by taking arsonlu cial ruvorses was the cause Robert Glogstoti stild to havo boon n ban Uli od Russian nobleman commlttod sulcldu n Kureku Kan He was an eo ceutrlo old man and lived nlouo lu a hut near tlmt city for ft years During that time ho had never been known to loVo UW nbedi for mure than a fow hours at a Sir William C V Johnny Tlioina Stlolia to Ilia luit Amid UUtlui lluxa of Dynamite Muy 8 With a HoinuiTON Mich box containing i00 pounds of dynamite on tiro 10 feet nwuy from him John Thonius a boy who runs u compressed The Winditaoker Kunklln Ind Deni crit Iii cur trade and ttgrlcullnial exchanges we note some discussion con- Â¬ cerning the merits of the Pneumatic or Wind stacker We believe the farmers f Johnson county situated as they aro tn one of the best agricultural ri alons in the world are to be fellciatod for their excellent judgement in adopting improved methods in farming without be ing governed by pnjndlce or hearsay To the farmers of Johnson county who have been familiar with the Wind stacker sltci Its Introduction in 1801 dhcBsions at this time concerning the merits of the Wind stacker must be amusing When they know that they have straw starks that have stood for tkrer four and Ave yearswltli the straw bflftrit ind elran a few Iiwhw bolow the leey certainly cannot help Ntrtaee wondrriuf why the Wfrnl stacker eoukl beeaitee the anywiwe be eoridemu straw wetild net kwp Tue geofrapbi esJ Bwsitioai of th oooaty tke whole of wMofa ll witbU fe7 mUetot tba vt- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lft itr pt Nv-T- Qw ImuHaa iwvvifi upm xrm aVeVaa w UaaM vamm Tua w tfLSiXidwJ5JE5 Of Mm tHaUtil ftA erreaeye fler ppe www atMVQjta Itaaal mb - u muui accessible to the ageuts of all tho agri- Â¬ For cultural implement manufacturers that reason this county Is particularly favored in having the first oppoitunity to receive and judge of new inventions We suppose the contents by agents for tales of machinery ure as keen here as they could possibly be anywhere If therefore there thould be any weaknessÂ¬ es or defects In a machine tho agents of competing machinery would be swift to discover them and point them out to buyers The fact le that a thresherman Iu this county to day without a wind stacker has very little to do and none of them thinks of buying a new machine without it Fanners will no longer en- Â¬ dure the disagreeable and arduous labor required Iu stacking straw nor can tbey secure bauds In a busy season to do such work The manufacturer of a threshing machine in this day which hi not adapt Â¬ ed to wuik Ih oomieelle with lbs Wind stacker ha ha sale for his goods in this Bounty simI we ar surprised that fenp m or tbr shf ittrn in any locality woold think of oetiig ok time method or ni o atary not adapttd tor the best i I -- i air hoisting engine in the Tamarack mine stuck to his post uud saved the lives of thu men ut work iu the initio by his wonderful bravory Ten seconds after Thomas had hoisted tho men to tho lovel tho dynamite oxploded smash ing flio engine to pieces und doing other damuge but the men and the boy to whom they owo their lives wore in places of Safety The niiucr working in the 23d lovel had put seven cases of dynumlto in a jiox for futnro use At noon a miner accompanied by Thomas went to tho box and found it on fire Thomas went to his pot gave the alarm to the miners in the level below and ran hi engine until ho had hoisted them out He thea fled The alurm of llro caused groat ex cltomout but no miners were injured iu tho rush tcr reach daylight a Malthuuo Murutd Tho largo wait DirrtWMT May 10 Company was houso of Henry Ricke destroyed by tiro yesterday afternoon It U estimated thut 60000 worth of malt was I destroyed The loee oh the It tn trtl11 in AlUl nij raw a wi w ft I M4 fv t eV VW fnllv Ituuintul not known whether the iueoniNoe om the eoHteuts win cover ihsjom me strong wind which prevailed drove tho fire to roof of smaller bolhUmr yiciuity but a heavy dowupour of win prevented the name Iruui ssreadiUK Â¬ time 4 Tho minors tu tho Indiana block port fields ure still holding out for the 01 com have offered Tbo opurator sealo ecnts which thu mlnurs have refused Tho miliars employod by tw Duvhwi kave Goal compnuy of Montgomery fii been reduced from 3 to i Wt tea far wining Several hunJiwd won aie afÂ¬ fected ThoMaydnystrlks la Chlesmo Labor TUeuoteH wbkh huv not as ysjt bee aUe o seMle 1Ui their ewtraetew tbelr dlTini M are ttn herfcarreK Oerrfck wen biWfe wen aud Jualur stesnniHees Klre at Hrsstoer aofMriytt Isms volueec Uoii install lueurasee A Hm t GUo O oeSioyeA WtMinees Oolr- r ssrioaly 11 ilr Oi U FIsMlleWMIg lairoveaskte ii rrom an neoirie wsr lht Ui probably irmajifctijnureV iv trt4 tUtoJt wits hotel sext seeeMl mmu Uyfct V4mnndKUtufejwo Winn - Ktfa4d sLvc Atfjk n i MiiitVastnnlMirisiilnsiiiniiliiii rinniiilliMtliiiiiiifaiMsTr- - ftoM i Iliiiil mmmmmmimwm 7HIIWMVri mmUTt ljiWlfWWl JPTrw - TWfyTyTrW7lKy HBC THE BRKOKENRIDGH NRWS OLOYRRPORT KY Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News Priprliln L HARDIN8BURQ H BRANDENBURG Mrs Clin Caspotke is visiting in Louisville Tho mill is nearly ready fur all the IRVINGTON Items galore this week Ferd MtGiheo went to Loutsvillo yesterday Mrs Vittitoos mother and littlo girl aio visiting her Bro Overton spent part of Friday In town among his II x k Miss Man I Ailklnson of Giuton at tended church here Hiiiidny Mr Oaitlner of Union 8uu is wilh his daughter Mts Hendry Miss Salllo Harris of Louisville is visiting relatives In the vicinity Mrs Harry M j ir arrived Sunday for n slay at the Washington plHce Delighted to lit ar our old friend Mrs J W Richards on is so happily married Mrs Green B ard was the gutst of her nit it- - Mrs It M Jolly lait Thurs Â¬ day Quite a lot ot our townsmen attend Â¬ ed Qurterly Confront o Ht Webster Sunday M si Sallle Harris of L ulsvlllo and Harry Major and family mo with the Washingtons Tho surrles and pheatons sold by T N McGlothlan are the prettiest in the neighborhood We aro glad to greet Miss Settle Mc Gehee who has closed her school aud is at home for a stay Mrs Cunningham who spent some pleasant days in our midst making many friends has gone home Mrs Wathen and Mrs McGehce have returned from Hardlnsburg where they went to see their mothers Bro Buck Overtoil presiding elder preached a fine missionary sermon at the M E church Sunday evening Mr Gardner of Union Star father of Mib Sandy Hendry aud our genial depu- Â¬ ty sheriff spent Sunday in town Littlo Master Hubert Piggott got rain bouud Sunday and spent tho night with his little friends Louis and Edwin Jolly Miss Catherine Sterrett of Dakota who wintered in Louisville has return- Â¬ ed and is tho guest of her aunt Mrs John Wimp Miss Catherine Sterrett is visiting relatives in the nelghboihood after a four months sojourn in louisville with her uncle Mr Herndon Â¬ tno P 4 T 0 Battnga Editors tad W TIME TABLE 01lt MAY 12 1897 WUI Pantmier Dally arr lUrdtnibarf 12ill pm SIX PAGES CIRCUIT 1UDOB I am a candidate lor re election Circuit Judge of the 9th Judicial Districts subject to the action of the Democratic party I recognize the Chicago Platform of 1896 at the true esponen of Democratic principle TUMDKAT1I oia hit Peiitogsr Dally arr Uardlniburg TtJO am Walter Clarke has gone to Dakota Go to your district convention on the 22 January tM 1897 COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY office Â¬ Mrs Snced has moved here from Lou- Â¬ isville Miss Tulu panlol returned from St Louis last Saturday BK e K s s- - frm y eiatspg Ir Ed Goodson and Miss Mary Allen lire to be married May 31 FOIl SKNATOIt Dont run from the grand jury Stand your ground and quit your meanness are authorized to announce RIISIIA ASH irrE YY CRAFT as a candidate for the State Senate Richard Shellman sold three hun Â¬ aublect to the action of the Democratic pa tjr dred bushels of wheat last week at 00c Allen Kincheloe was at Bewleyvllle Call of County Convention The Populists of Ilreckenridge County are raled last Friday attending Magistrates court to meet In Hardlasburg on May 15 1897 for the of electing to the loth Senatorial Tho town is full of people this week Jurpoie convention delegatesmeets in Hardlniburg which You cant get full on anything else tho 1st IS97 The County convention will con June vere at I oclock p m sharp May 15th 1897 Mr Owen Cunninghams mother re- Â¬ It HMcMuliih ChmB Co P P Com turned to her home near Chenault last Dont forget to hold your district meet- Â¬ week ing May 22 Remember you can still get some good bargains in jewelry tt James The farmers are all in fine spirits and Kincheloes working like turks Miss Tida Mercer gave her Sunday school Jclaas a picnic down t the lak Sknator Deboe is the only truly great last Saturday Republican in Washington from Ken Fine silver ware watches and jewelry tucky of all descriptions going at coat James Kincheloe The green goods man never gets his Mrs Emma Stum who is here visltlm job in on the farmer who reads his coun- Â¬ her mother will remain until after Dis ty paper trict conference Bishop Wilson will arrive Well if Tue floods on the Miesiesini have subsided and the people will be able to you want to see a real live one you had better come early make a crop Mrs W H Thompson and dauehter If nothing happens to the wheat there of St Louis are tho guests of Miss Tulu will bo the finest crop ever harvested in Daniel tins week Breckenridge county Mr Laurence Alexander of New York city was here last Monday the guest of Ik the United States Marshals race Airs v u JJabbage for Kentucky A D James of Muhlen The District Conference will soon bo burg county appears to hold the win Â¬ on hand Let evervbodv come alwva ning card room for one more Any thing in my house at coat for the Good times are coming We feel it in next ten days Goods must be closed our business and so does every other man who wants good times and is mak Â¬ out James Kincheloe The girls think its all richt to marrv ing an honest effort to bring them but they dont want a fellow thats been of The Democrats Louisville are spoilt by his mother of one mind that the Republicans in Dolph Jones of Big Spring was here high places in that city should be turned one day last week He is for the Demo- Â¬ out but just how they are to get at it cratic ticket out and out seems to be the most perplexing quesDid you over notice it that most all the tion road overseers call their hands out about two weeks ahead of the grand jury The Breckenridge Bank has nearly a Sheriff S A Pate will probably take 100000 of idle money This is not a the town collectors place this year The bad showing for a town like ours It levy has been fixed at 150 and 25c shows that this community is not lag W K Barnes and Morris Eskridge ging for the want of money clearly went to Louisville last Saturday to take Wed much rather see it this way than a depositions in the Watlington divorce 100000 short suit Yes there is plenty of confidence but Democrats should remember the date it takes the same old gilt edged paper to of the district meetings for selecting del get a little indulgence on four months egates to the county convention that is time to nominate a candidate for Circuit Some of the girls want the marriage Judge Commonwealths Attorney and ceremony to read that a noman is to State Senator The dato is Saturday May 22 Delegates should be selected from have all the money she needs without asking for it each precinct without fall Joseph Teaff has been making some extensive repairs on his dwelling God- Â¬ MATTINGLY frey Haswell is dressing it up with a fresh coat of paint Corn planting is about completed Lafe Millers little boy Luther fell out Miss Nannie Jtyan Fiscal was here of a barn last Sunday and broke his arm Thursday Dr J T Baker went out and set it and Miss Ida Frank has returned from a the boy is doing well weeks stay on Beech Fork Jim Gardner is selling corn at five Misses Emma and Lillio Pate visited cents a can and thats cheaper than you on Beech Fork Saturday and Sunday could make it if you had a man to plant Misses Ada Brickey and Gracle Crist it and furnish the fertilizer were guesta Sunday of Miss Mary Min The Executive Committee of the Coun Â¬ gus Happy Hollow ty Sunday School Union met at Irving Benjamin F Frank will leave May 15 ton last Thursday and fixed the date of for Oklahoma where he will accept a the county Convention for Wednesday position with his uncle June 10 MIsb Bernilla Howard has returned I will be here eight or ten days prob- Â¬ from Ohio where she has spent several ably aa much as two weeks and I will months among relatives sell any piece of goods in my house at The boys say Clarence Mattingly bUU cost for that time I mean just what I makes regular trips over Cliffs every say James Kincheloe Sunday but he always gets back before James Tucker of Harned has moved night his family to this place and occupies the The mail route running from this old Hensley property He Is erecting a place goes now to Jolly Station instead blacksmith shop on the premises and is going to follow the trade of Glendeane only a few miles differ A A Richardson Garfield is tho once in the distance Quito a disturbance was created on place to buy goods cheap Millinery a Ladies hats Tar creek near Fisgab Thursday even specialty this season ing over a shooting affray between Jos- Â¬ trimmed in the latest style Country eph Mullen and Charlie Ryan It is re- Â¬ produce taken in exchange for goods ported that Mullen was driving Ryans It is said that in the spring birds will hogs out of his Mullens corn field fly miles to get particular buds and that when Charlie Ryan and his father Wm cattle will go almost aa far for fresh vege Â¬ Ryan approached him There being table food But man he usually takes an old grudge between the two parties what the old lady sets before him and but a few words were passed until Mr says nothing Ryan leyeled a shot gun on Mullen but Charlie Ryan stepped between the two Death of a Good Woman in time to prevent the intended shot Mrs Mary J Patterson wife of the Ryan remarked to his fathor to stand Â¬ aside that lie would act in his place lata Jas L Fatterson whose family liv ed a few miles from town but since the At these words he leveled a revolver and fired at Mullen twice fortunately death of her husband has been living neither shot took effect Ryan and Mul at Lyonia died at that place last Friday len ate both highly respected farmers of at 2 oclock alter a short illness Mrs May 27 1831 and this community aud it is much to the Fatterson was boru regret of their neighbors that such a only lacked twenty days of being 03 years old Her remains were brought to thing occurred this city Saturday for Interment in the cemetery She was an ex Â¬ The News is in receipt of two beauti Cloverport woman and had many warm ful photographs 8x12 taken by Hutchin Â¬ cellent friends who were shocked to hear of her son Brown photographers now located a deyout member She had at Wolf Creek One is the residence of death Baptist been for forty four of the years church Â¬ Ellsha AshcrAft candidate for State Sen a true christian life A Ufa ator and the other is a group of be autlf u and lived worthy of emulation It can be truly Catholic girls and boys of Faynosvllle None knew said of this noble woman The pictured are on exhibition in our her but to love her deal of how window and attract a good She died as she had lived a tru foltteatioa lower of Christ saying My time has Everybody Baya Be come and I am ready to go most CauHtU Caady Cathartic the age we- Her funeral was hell at the Baptist tlie ferial SMdletl hmcovw ofteste act gvuMy church conducted by Rev Donald M to the refreabt ad live and MM pMiUrijr Grant tpt Mm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of Commonwealth Attorney of the 9th Judicial Dis trict ol Kentucky subject tn the action of the WKED SCHBLP Democratic party lam a candidate for re election to the machinery Mr and Mrs WW Ditto were in Lou Â¬ isville last week WT Grlunell Is having his home very much Improved Hon J D Hardin spent the recera of the Legislature at home Fres Orinnell had a pleasant visit to Orla Green of Louisville Mrs P G Young and baby Gaztlla are In Louisville for a visit Mrs Georgo Woolfolk neo Bertha Lewis will soon arrive to visit her parents Miss Susie Estell Elder visited Misers Lillian and Virgil Rhodes Saturday and Sunday Bro Jenkins prescind one of his usual good sTUions last Sunday morning to a large congregation Mrs Bewley ami little daughter of Louisville visited Mr and Mrs Uewley of this place last week Mrs A ti Johnson and children have returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs D R Murray of Cloverport Miss Agues MalincameupfromOvTons boro last week for a stay of a few weeks with Mr and Mrs Gough Mrs C O Fairleigh and Mis Henry Malin visited Mrs John Radley of Elizabethtown last week Mr and Mrs Jess Herndon aud baby Lewis came in Saturday Mrs Lewis and the boy will spend this week Mies Emily Mumford visited Miss Jen Hardin last week who returned with her to attend the Heron Frank wedding Mr and Mrs Andrew Fairleigh aro visiting Mr and Mrs James Lewis An- Â¬ drew expects to open an office in Louis- Â¬ ville Emulsion is made up of Scotts S - What Wo Say We Do Wc DO DO BUYERS OF TUE RIGHT HAND OPEN ELEVATOR HAVE FAITH IN McCORMICK the most essential In Every Way They are the Best Thr y do not boliovo tho Billy fabrications of othor manufactur ore and will not accept tho big inducements oflbrod thom to cancel Ihoir orders for tho McCORMICK and accept old Btylo elements that go to nourish the body Where the appetite is varying- or lacking it in Â¬ creases it and where digestion is weak it aids It to perform its function in a more vigorous way It enriches the blood makes healthy flesh and cures chronic coughs and colds by making it possible for the body to resist disease Our friends tell us IT Works Wonders but we never like to over state the merits of our remedy even when It has been tested and tried for over twenty f ivey cars If you will ask for It we will send you a book telling you more about the subject than we can put in a few words Go to your druggist for Scotts Emul- Â¬ sion Two sizes 0 cts and 100 SCOTT BOWNE New York oheap machines instead PHOGEESS WINS fA - ITS WAY The New Right hand Open Elevator J4C 4 ffT- JUL V2 ffel HARVESTERS AKD BINDERS Japan is going to try the gold standard Her intelligence and higher ideas of progress and advanced clvilizttlon dictated it Dr D C Pusey Miss Maydee and Miss Pearl Wimp were in Owenoboro lost week Dr PuBey met with his fellow Â¬ M Ds Misses Mattiu and Mabel Sliauklett en tertained tho Mite last Saturday night A big crowd went from here and report a flue time Mrs James Stuart of New York and Mrs Lltitia Wilson of Illinois will be the guests this month of Judge C O Fairleigh and wife Rambling thoughts by Nemo grow in interest each week The last thoughts on Bpring time were full of originality sentiment and pat lies city banker L D Alexander of N and broker there for the last thirty three years will be here this week to visit all of his relatives I expect Dr Alexander of Louisville too Bro Pato is delivering a series of inter- Â¬ Misses LIU Scott Wai field Shweitaer and others of the Heron Frank wed Â¬ ding party remain aud form a delight Â¬ ful house party at Dr Frauks The Bay View Reading Circle will have another one of their delightful entertainments soon The literary pro- Â¬ gram is uuuually flue also the menu program Next Saturday p m at 7 30 oclock Bro Pate will preach iu the Methodist church and also Suuday morning and evening Let all ccme who will and feel welcome Genial good natured Heury Herndon strains of familiar airs into the grand tones of Mendelssohns Wedding March at the moment the bridal party arrived Mies Schweitzer and Mr Redman Mlfs Beula Bennett and Dr L B Moor man Miss Jenn Warficld and Mr Clarence Board Mis3 Roe Washington and Mr Fred Fraize the attendant entored opposite aisles forming a semi cirtjlo The bride attended by her maid of honor Miss LIU Scott of Har dlnsburg Mr Heron by his best man Mr Geo E Drury met at the alter and the words making the twain ono were spoken under tho soft sweet strains of the organ aud amid the heartfelt prayers and good wishes of a host of friends these two in the sight of God and man They re- Â¬ were made man and wife paired immediately to tho home of tho bride where amid lovely flowers aud sweet perfume friends and loved ones congratulated the happy pair The bride was charmingly gowned in purest white tho maids in colors and in white all looking as sweot and lovely as only fair graceful girls in bridal array can look all There were numerous presents handsome and serviceableaniong them noticeably and to be treasured intrinsicalin Wedding Bells ly a book called which was a copy ot the marriage certificate signed by the minister and witnessed by maid of honor and best man the attendants and guests also registered making it a gift worthy the givor the charming maid of honor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Now at work in Southern fields show how littlo truth is con tained in the reports and statements of a DEMORALIZED McCormick - OPPOSITION Machines For Long Life and Light Draft tho world has not yet produced a machine that ever approximates the success of tho Harvesting and Repairs Headquarters for the County for both Machinery ADDISON JE mJLm ADDISON KY f DICK tJLm IS OTJZES Special Ribbon Slaughter B3C VALUES Rejtuar Price per yard Cut Price per yard J aJLa I JL aJL No 30 Taffeta Eibbon No 60 No 40 No 22 No 7 35c esting sermons at tho Methodist church Service b morning and evening To have a revival of religion to have an awaken- Â¬ ing to feel the influence of the holy spirit all christians should work togeth- Â¬ er regardless of denomination To save souls should be the one thought McFall of Leaven- Â¬ worth Ind to send the Register of her town some Meade county items Mrs e McFall is a woman and I enjoy d our chat on the Ragon She Is a Democrat and helped me fight Capt Ryan who isaMcKinley Dingley Republican but all the same lie knows how to run a nice little steam- Â¬ boat as do Al Bishop and Mr Peck in paugh More of the latter gentleman in wide-a-wakÂ¬ I promised Mrs tho near future xThis afternoon Wednesday at toclock Mr D M Duncan active manager and editor of the Meade County Messenger will bo united in marriage to Mies Pearl Ditto daughter of Mr and Mrs Abram Ditto of this place The wedding will bo a very quiet homo affair No invita- Â¬ tions at all The contracting parties aro extremely popular and number so many friends on their list that they determin Â¬ ed to issue no invitations Mrs II V Duncan the mother of the groom elect will arrive this morning Bro Pate will tie the knot and he is renowned for his Impressive ceremonies He ties double bow knots into personified lovers knots The bride and groom will take the east bound train for Louisville where they will spend a day or two when they will go to Cloverport for a few days reaching here on Sunday next I have had the pleasure of viewing the brides trousseau Every article is sweet beautiful dainty just like our own sweet Pearle of great The quality and the material price are first class as is the possessor Pearle Ditto is one of the very loveliest girls our town holds amiable intelligent hand Â¬ some and an accomplished musician She holds the key to all the secrets of how to make home and others happy for she is a consistent consecrated christian in all it means Mr Duncan is a polished gentlemanly very handsome young man who has made for himself a warm place in the hearts of this people He is a rising young man and we all hope he may attain the top round of the ladder in journalism This columnfaels an unusual interest in this dear couple Already the bride elect has received sev Â¬ eral handsome presents including one May these young from her intended lives be ever as Â¬ and his charming spouse spent Sunday in town They expect to occupy old quarters at Sulphur Springs on Doe Run during the heated term Mrs Green Board Miss Mary Board and Miss Maggie Scott of flardinsburg Mrs Constance of Louisville Mr and Mrs Heron of Cloverport and Mies were Blanche Jolly of Bewleyvllle among the especially invited guests at the Frank Heron wedding Dr E M Bewley has sold his home to Jimmie Lewie We are Very much picas d to welcome MrLevus and his family into our midst but will be sorry to see the We hope he will purchase a Dr leave lot in the central portion of the town and build thus remaining one of us Sunday School at 10 oclock and preaching in the Baptist church at 11 oclock a m Sunday School at l oclock p m and preaching at 4 oclock in the Methodist church Services in the Bap Â¬ tist church at 7 p in Can our Bister towns beat that for one days religious zeal Tho new millinery enterprise is doing a fine business new hats coming all the time and on the 14th anl 15lh for the two days only will be on exhibition the finest and prettiest line of ladles and childrens hats ever seen in a country store All the ladies must see the latest A Good Man Gone A special from Hawcsville to Oivens boro Messenger under the date of May George Jarboe died at Mr 7th says Hawesville ycsierJay and was buried Satin 40c 40c 25c 10c 15c 4Cc 23c 28c 28c 19c 8c this afternoon at the Sterett cemetery He was 7J years old and one of the most successful and best respected farmers in Mr John Jarboe of this the county city is a son of the deceased Church Notes Preaching at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning aud evening Prayer meeting Thursday evening at tho Methodist church at 7 HO oclock Everyone invited Rev Elliott is still hero and preaching excellent sermons every evening to large congregations The ladies of the Presbyterian chuich will give a strawberry and ice cream supper next week Watch for tho date Next Sunday will be Missionary day in the Methodist Sunday School Let everyone help to tnake the collection a large one Rev Dr Hammond colored Presiding Elder of t e Louisville Conference will hold Quarterly meeting at Hardinsburg next Sunday Tho doctor is ono of the big guns in his church Childrens servlco next Suoday morn- Â¬ ing at the MethodiBt church The pro- Â¬ gram prepared for the occasion will be used At the service a collection will be taken for needy Sunday Schools and education Sunday morning will be observed m Childrens Day at the Methodist church in this place An interesting program has been arranged and the morning promises to be a very enj lyable one to all who may attend At a meeting of the congregation lost Sunday morning the Rev Donald M Grant v as re quested to remain for anoth er year The congregation pledged its hearty support and made a substantial increase in tho salary for the ensuing year The Tar Fork Christian church will celebrate the Fifth Sunday in this month by decorating the graves of their loved ones Rev O J Young will preside All ministers of different denominations are cordially invited as well ea all friends Â¬ No 12 No 80 Dresden No 5 Satin No 2 9c 30c 7c 4c No 16 No 22 No 80 This is all Now Stock - 10c 5c 15c 20c 50c 12c 25c 10c Dont miss the Opportunity MRS HVDUNCAN HOME FIRST The World Afterwards Every dollar spent in your home store adds to the development of the home ndustries 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 ccnteis 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¬ in headgear Miss Nora Henderson will close her term as governess in R M Jollys family next Friday She has taught two weeks longer than the time agreed upon which speaks woll for her as a teacher She has certainly been most satlsfactorv in the discharge of her every duty and her patrons and children aro both sorry to see CHARLES RADENHEIMER Clifton Mills ky SAVE MIDDLEMANS PROFIT AND SHIP TO Oi OniU Healers and Manufacturers I the purchase offfUUL her go ut omey yU Ft kwi tW mi vatomiw buy mm try Swul yer Uiho The Christian Endeavor will meet Wiirotioueok 127 uiitl 121 Eat Jtlaln Loulavlllc Ky next Friday evening at 7 SO oclock We buy Wool liom Ptalera A 1mled number of rnnrlgnmenti will be rectircd frorp farmer and M rchantu wUh the guaranteed- 1ipmi t lletutni und Higher prlfei owing to our Eatiern connection Mita Mollie Lyons will lead the meeting Sacks furubhid to parties dethout i rhpplpg to us No coinmlsiont to pay and Mrs Jolly will conduct the musical program in Miss Molllos place who is the regular organist of the society All oV5 are cordially invited to come Tho meet Â¬ In this case the other pebble Is ings are always open to the public and a THE BLICKENSDERFER hearty co operation is desired If jou cant pronounce the name spell It was in town Thurs Â¬ Out gnlal editor A typewriter visible writing per j day and attended the wedding He was uienaut alignment interchangeable so busy shaklug hand and looking at pe direct printing and inking Not our pretty girls which wo have In a toy but a real thing Weight nix plenty that he hadnt time to write pounds Price 35 00 A remarkable tree grows in Brazil up the affair so he hunted up my bet- Â¬ WEST VIRGINIA SUPPLY CO ter half and requested that he see that It is about six feet high and is so lunilu Oeneral Aecnls for Kv and w v I write it up for him this request com ous that It can be Been on the darkest II V WWsra IscjI AKtnl ilB Mb t U Vy ing from an editor and ho too present night for a distance ot a mile or more of course cannot be refused so I beg my friends to blame the editor and not your Nbtioe Notice la herrbv glvm that the underilgneil scribe fcr the notice run during the twelye ilays AU the crack horses Commissioner will until Snurday May isth Two birds in one nest V In the country are engaged In these stales Includ ruANK iiBrtoN iSjt rcelve itaoJ bid lor the contract to liuilii an Two hearts within one soul Any pervin addition to the County Poor I louie Injr Ornament Dr Catlett Typhoon II Meadow Two spirits la one fair Laat Thursday evening at 7 30 oclock wlihlog to tecuro the contract will rail at the throne Winged FootKusrnla Wlckes llurlesquo e plan pclRcatloni County fudge office and lrlrm league ol lores prayer Miss Lucy Frank and Mr David 0 etc Said CommlnloncM rewvo the right to re Simon W Souffle Duct Manic Rudolph Roanti Together hound fcr aye together bletl Heron were married in the Baptfet ject any3and all blda Uroatcat NprlHir iHovilitir Ilvor Hold ges Lord Zcnl Itotlnsnto lien Holladsy aud May 1807 Ih KoHlHLky KekiHHlHjr many others Nearly looo horses are now quar An ear that waits to catch church Rev Forrtst Smith officiating May 13 tered at Churchill Downs Insuring Urge fields A M KmciiaLoa Coramliilontri A hand upon the latch I a4 Episcopal form of ceremony 41 aw using the C L iATI Melting contests There will be five or more races A step that hastens Its sweet test la win tchday with liberal added money The affair was eiy beautifully planned A world of care without HHly20 tram Here rer the KsHHri All herailroads have put on chrap excursioa aud carried out every one pronouncing A world of strife shut out Trip This IhcIhiIps AdHtlluH raits the rourd trip from Cloverport tela only FOR 8ALI 0IIAF Jiuo This also toclu tes admission to ike Brand A world of love shut In a ftruHd Mmit4 it perfect in every detail MIt Lucy and one j vear old If taken toon one lckt havD opo Wrdlcfryd exchanged for sbidgVt a bred recently tn Hradley No can hat a host of frtonda and long bfom the Cntiter V WleSov Gllti and tra gste T hi Is the cheapest rato ever odered Irnin t Cheir The Cooking Club which met at the shades ol night had settled lh eager 7 Mil brrtoneChtnr inalr two IMand M China J4eilnning oy Ucrby Day May is ono of the this point and a big t niontha one ilu delegation will leave bW Chin m 10 wccki old 7 CkcHer male home of Mr J II Rowland but VM thr Bit fllld the hons Knateit rare meetlpei ever ht4 in Kentucky wHI oBjUerby J y to taU advantage of it At Uu appoint Poland ne wee JtaPiitj ai ivsniintfiiii tntmw al e Writ parpeiR to baalvea at the famous IuIjvIIj rice course WedMsday May be run on the onenbur of aewatalaf or come wdff for esgravrxl eartU to Mkky evMlsg with invited gneiss el hour Mrs Piggott Um niayltvf thoee la wed MffBV je and the 10000 huturit Tea atskaa bwhidlnf the Kialucky Derby wortai l HOC r Minwa ftM f liiomJ Urn aa SrTTTrT- - 7 M fWHl IB the orm Anally imtrg ttia soft o aid IMf lonoo louhviile Kutu y wl A PA 8rMttMIIpKr wt Â¬ iUAldd6alllljAgentfor llffln m88mmm There are other Pebbles on the Beach Louisville Races Â¬ Â¬ hl -- s f1 4 tas y igt Trtiry3s3WPp5 vfwyni m w fjir T v i aiivp1ir9TV THE BRROKENRIDQR NE1WS OLOyHPORT KY News 12 1807 Breckenridge WEDENBDAY MAY Rambling Thought by nimo - of a human being Is needed to gain meaning and profit and fame from any or all of these acts Your sheep is a follower of instincts equally as much when mature as it was when it frisked its restless tall and Hod affrighted from CopyriKlilfd To Youno Mkn Ilomeinbor liow small n placo money ought to liavo in EW your calculations at any rate that you should never reckon your success by the amount of money you make Even granting that you are toiling In order to win a wife if money is your sole standard you will lay at her feet the least valua Â¬ ble gift if you bring not to her a clean mind an upright life and a soul above robbery And ho that maketh haste to be rich runs danger of stooping to things so mean and so contemptible that he is not fit to be the husband of any wife or the possible father of any living children though he be wealthy as the mostgolden dream can fancy Remember that courage the quality you so muck admire and about which you possibly use such falso estimate s is not measured by tho strength of the arm nor a readiness to die Bodily courage is sometimes only the mark of a coarse grained naturo mere insensibility to danger like tho mad frenzy of a bull Real courage is that of the mind that will keep working on in the face of do feat or that enables you to dare great purposes when the way to their accom- Â¬ plishment is like the way to an Alpine summit only attained by cheerful self denial and tho constant crying to that inner purpose Excelsior Excelsior It requires more than a broad chest to stand a sneer more than a fearless eye to turn from the pleading glances of a pleasure loving woman more than mere muscle to keep on doing those things that are of good report when all tho com- Â¬ panions of your youth call you a fool 1 1 1 Eft ti K- H k Romember that disappointments build the muscles of our character much as walking otrengthens our bodies It is tho things we have to strugglo with that make us men Some few geniuses seem able at a leap to accomplish whatever their hearts are set upon but tho vast majority of us attain ourambitlons only by stem purpose and unwavering it a tide just drags us uloug we are as dead things or sticks if we swim against it we grow more and more in power Wel come the north wind my beloyed it is cruel to be kind it would seem to wrest thy all from thee only to make thee hold on tho faster Iters to the men who lose I The touchstone of true worth it not success rhere Is a higher test Though fate may darkly frown onward to pre And bravely do ones test Heres to the men who lose I If triumphs easy smile our struggles greet Courage is easy then The king li he who after fierce defeat Can up and fight agtin V B 8 Remember that mistakes are not neces sarily fatal Show me a man who has uover mado a mistake and I will show you a lazy who has es caped errors of judgement and conduct by being too indolent to attemp any- Â¬ thing Mistakes are good school-mastethey show us that we know not in order that we may be hotter able to know A mistake is a danger signal that warn into new more careful and more thoughtful ways And I do not limit the utility of a mistake merely to the range of studies and business I refer even to awful mistakes in morals to so- Â¬ cial sins that are sweet to the taste and bitter in effects These may teach and purify if we will but drag ourselves away from them and think them over at a distance Remember that he who goeth to ac-Â¬ complish great things for himself or for the world needs not to be known to bo weak and immoral in order to lose his power of accomplishment a wrong thing done need have no witnesses in or- Â¬ der to undo a man Yielding to a darling sin takes away tho ability to be all you might be not becauss your friends know you to be a doer of evil but be- Â¬ cause you know yourself to be so and the traitor within the citadel of your honor and purpose does not remain un- Â¬ discovered for the traitor is the professed defender V r moving objects Neither honor nor dis-Â¬ 300D ftOADS GOOD TIMCS honor attaches to Its lift savri that it has Wlinn tlin Mini Nil Lunger Knfortri Iilla been all it could be lint you are a man I1PSK the Purincr Will Trouper born a creature of instinct yet capablo of At tho good roads congress held nt becoming a creature of thought whoso Roy Stuno use of life has within it tho possibilities Albany lust winter General to antago Â¬ cautioned tho wheelmen not of shame or of esteem If you merely nize tho fanners if thoy wished toscenro follow your instincts you are less worthy tho best results Among other things than an animal for it lies dono all it ho said could and you hove not lie a man That good roads will bring prosperity dear fellow and venerate yourself then is no idle dream Through nil tho patiio no matter how humble your lot in life and depression of tho last thrco years Â¬ you will bo a worthy comrade of those tho farmers in tho tow good roads dis- Â¬ tricts of tho country liavo gono on mak who through the patient ages have ltd ing money and improving their farms us away from mere animalism und they havo not trnnblcd themselves much about politics or finance Dr Kings New Disoovcry for Con- Â¬ It is enforced idleness that makes farmers poor and no fanner need bo sumption idlo n day on nccount of bad weather or This is tho best medicine in the world wet flolchi if only Ills roads nro good On for all forms of Coughs and Colds and for n good rtfcid tlicro is nlwnys paying work Consumption Every bottle is guaran- of somo kind and wet weather is just teed It will euro and not disappoint tho tlmo to go on tho rontl Tho French It has no equal for Whooping Cough farmer never loses a good day in his Asthma Ilay Fever Ineuinonla Bron- Â¬ fields for ho can do all his marketing chitis LaUrippe Cold in the Head and and hauling of fertilizers in rainy times What prosperity would burst upon for Consumption It is safe for all ages tliis country if every farmer mid farm Â¬ pleasant to take and above all a sure ers boy not nt school nnd every fnnn cure It is always well to Uko Dr Kings hand and team could earn a full days New Life Pills in connection with Dr wages every day in tho year rain or Kings New Discovery as they regulate shine When you hnvo convinced yonr neigh and tone the stomach and bowels We guarantee perfect satisfaction or return bors in tho cities and especially thoso for public money Ftee trial bottle at A It Fish of them who uro candidates city popu Â¬ lifo that tho interests of tho CO cents ers Drug Store Regular size lation demand that thoy shall como to and 1 the rcliof of tho farmers you can go to tho farmers with this assurance of help The farmers in plowing land this and ask tbcm to tako into careful con- Â¬ spring report the presence of the tobacco sideration tho practical measures by fly in alarming numbera Many planters which this relief can bo brought about have informed us that if all signs do not and especially tho measures for provid fall the worm plaguo will be greater if ing stnto aid und for tho nso of couvict possible this summer than lost year labor It is only through stnto and county nid that the cities and villages Tobacco planters in Roaring Spring district have not only agreed to reduce the can help flud tho farmers clinging to tho If you output of tobacco this season but they old ways say to them that theso ways have also concluded to cultivate tho nro mainly an unfortnnuto inhcritnuco growth of the gympson plant in the blos- Â¬ from tho mother conutry which wo soms of which they are at sunset every brought nwsiy with us nnd fnilcd to evening to place a few drops of cobalt as shake off when tho system wns aban a means of working the destruction of doned there and that today in Great main Â¬ tho the fly which filled witli millions of Britain not only nro cost roads people of tho tained nt tho general eggs after sipping w hat is supposed to bo but government loans arc mado for any pure nectar goes on its work of devasta- Â¬ specially heavy improvements that nro tion only a moment or so when the pois- Â¬ desired Two hundred yenrs ngo tho on will have killed tho fly and thus put great highways of that country wero an end to the mischief it would do if left kopt up so far as thoy woro kept up at alone Spraying it is said will do some all just as thoy are in this stato today whilo thoy actually good but it is not reliable It is recom- Â¬ by local taxation of tho whole kingdom served tho pcoplo mended that the gympson blossoms into which the cobalt is placed at night fall THE TIRE QUESTION should bo pulled off the next morning without fill before sunrise ss the chemRoad Students Are Unanimous for the ical might destroy tho whole stalk if perllroad Hearing Surfuco mitted to romaln CadizTelepJione In nn nrticlo in the Indianapolis Broad Versus Narrow Journal on Tires n writer argues strongly for tho A Valuable Prescription Editor Morrison of Worthington Ind former Ho says in part Without ouo singlo dissenting voico You have a valuable Sun writes tho students of road economics say that prescription in Electric Bitters and I can tho greatest road destroyer is tho nar- Â¬ cheerfully recommend it for Constipa- row tired wagon It cuts liko a knife tion and Sick Headache and as a general and no matter how carefully tho surface system tonic it has no equal Mrs An Is graded and lorclcd a rut is bound to follow its use It finds every soft spot nie Stohle 2025 Cottage Grove Ave Chicago was all run down could not eat and cuts until a lino reservoir is formed On tho nor digest food bad a backache which to hold tho rains keeps contrary tho gravel but also wldo tiro not only never left her and felt tired and weary dirt roads smooth and in good condition but six bottles of Electric Bitteis restored Tho amount of bearing surf aco presented her health and renewed her strength to tho road prevents nuy material cut Â¬ Price CO cents and 1 Get a bottle at ting but on tho contrary acts as a roller smoothing out rough spots nnd solid Â¬ A R Fishers Drug Store ifying tho smooth ones When tho frost is coming ont of tho Had to Buy Corn ground in tho spring tho narrow tiro A farmer from the Frog Island neigh- Â¬ gots in its work of cutting tho surfneo borhood came to Henderson yesterday and forming ruts to start tho season day to buy corn for feeding purposes He with whilo tho wido tiro is in itsolf a went to the Heilman Hominy Mill and road maker smoothing and packing the purchased two wagon loads part of which upheaved surface Tho wido tiro is also he will use for seed lhe faimer report Â¬ easier on the team A much heavier with tho samo power load may bo ed that none of his neighbors had auy on wido thanhauled on narrow tires over any corn and that all would have to buy be Â¬ road in tho stato outsido tho larger fore the new crop is available Hender cities Tho samo is truo on tho farm in son Journal tho fields Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ d lsswsv COUNTY ROADS WStsv4 iWw ittork iiiui l 4rirpsf rDorft TWV JO- WOOL 1807 LOUISVILLE KY Mnj Bhlppsn ihoald initrk all packigtl plainly with shippers name and poit oOe addren MITTKR Choice country tt 11 Medium Creamery BOOS Fresh Prima white goose- Mixed Old WOOL Ml IP VOUB WOOL TO WOOLl - 233 - and 23C East Market Street - scasrs LOUISVILLE TUB KY -r- noVh liKt lotouynoITAinC lV a iimrriii ryhxt - wc li Established in iHjrt We are lhe Urgest ileilen nf Wool In the Smithweit anil shippers will rseelre thul e nnnnie nu wool lor mir own account von nave no coimius iignetc vaiue ior mnr no i irum u sion to pay for selling Wiltetous We alio furnish sacks to parties who will ship to us luina of - 9 ID 15 Cfi in i Varmint iheChflJkft5l oil to- - 0 RPll FEATIiKKa 12 VA 115 Rockport Saw Works No 1 dnotc sBe aK ItfetotEO dthechUdren Path nd II become moth tire That -- -- eS v nrtSYrt J Ko u -- tiHJren Id - lost thelr Mid are POULT RY Ileni per lb Spring Chickens per dot Ducks per lb Geese por doz POTATOES Irlh per barrel New La Hweet potatoes per bbl From store 2 to 5 cti higher Nary Deans per bushel nOOTS Olnieng Senica Snake ii li 28 g ft 20 XO Repairs Saws of All Kinds 00 yd 8 60 2 50 6t 10 V Particular attention given to repairing large Circular Saws I Hammering and Straightening a 4 00 65 3 00 75 f0 240 275 21 15 21 5 5 r aatiJeffaraW Pink - ttous Yellow Wild Ginger Lady Slipper May Appl Blood UK Q 2 3 Jm 2M 2H 1 35 4 50 3 00 SO 1 1 Sold by SHORT HriYNES FIE D SEEDS Timothy per Vmliol Clover per bushel Crimson Olorer por bushol rledToppej bushel Orchard Grass per bushel Blue Grass fancy p r buhel Dlue Orass extra per bushel Onion Sets Yellow per bushel White niDKS Green aood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skin Jrt 1 fvV Jwir Spdclalty Every Saw tested by steam before it leaves the shop Every Saw warranted Workmanship tho very beet Prices lower than any shop ia America Mark yonr name on Saws and send a letter of advico as to repairs wanted THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS ROOKPOItT IND HnHHMBM eaSDSS MMHHMMVMMSMMMHnSMSMWIV9tMaaBBSi0HNBai RATES The moKtrentr llu locatad T Hotel In ttw city SVtktVPaOKf 60 40 55 2 61 3 50 7 The Fen wick Hotel at Ilendeisnn was damaged by fire to the oxtent of 000 llji 3 12 14 60 23 15 13 15 13K 26 20 15 WOOL Thirty years is a long time to hVlit so Tub washed paiutul a trouble as piles hut Jacob Create fine Mitchell of Unlonville Pa struggled Burry Black that long before he tried De Witts Witcli Burry and Cots Hazel Salve which quickly and perma MISCELLANEOUS nently cured him It is equally eil ct Tallow Beeswax ive in PC ma ami all skin nir ctiors Sorghum Molasses Short k Hiynes Â¬ 103 12 10 It Cw aaiiwpiaiaiaaiiisiaaaw saiaii mmmmmmmmmrmimmmmmmtmmmmmmMBm 3 23 15325 GREGORY Wharfmasters CLOVERPORT Local Agents CO KENTUCKY h Steamboat Agents Kcrnpn tho lloads Country Mipeivi iui4 should bo ndvised and instructed to Fcrnpo nil roads in their tespecivo townships nt least thrco times a yea spring summer and au Â¬ tumn particularly thu latter time then roll down hard tho surface of road after each scraping by heavy rollers This will protect tho loadbed at nil times and givo at very littlo expenso just Good Roads what wo want Thero is some ono in alnnst every neighborhood who Is subject to attacks of pain in tho stomach or billions colic Mr J D Kennoy Wniren Center Pa used to be troubled in that way Ho says Tho attacks wero marked by terrible pains diarrhea and fainting spells At such times I suih rt d exceed Â¬ ingly until I bepau using Chamberlains Colic Cholera aud Diarrhea Itemedy two or three doses of which eff eti d an For sale immediate and lasting cure by A U Fisher Druggist The State Medical Society convened at Owensboro nst Friday Mr Charles II Welz of Snnbury Pa was so much pleased with n remedy which cured him of rheumatism that he made affidavit to the fact for publication as follows This is to certify that on May 11 tli I walked Into Melicks drug store on a pair of crutches bought a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm for inlhmmatory rheumatism which had crippled me up After using three bottles I nm completely cured I can cheerfully recommeud it Ciiaiilks II Wmzsi Sworn and subscribed to before mo on Aug 10 18M Walter Shipman J P Pain Balm is for sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by A It Fisher Druggist 1 QXsiLPlQ1 liLUW lever fflswfflw CoU MTMf fr jS8P n y t Xft jrvau MSik LouIsvllIe Hend Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Dealers In Oil Company Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pino Floor MflK fsifl Vxv eaa ELYS CKEAM TIATM I a pogltl venire 0 Apply Into the nostrils Ills quickly absorbed cents at Bracelets nr bv moll samples 10c by moll ELY BltOTUUKS 60 V nrrim I u New York City ing and Celling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Building Material S - erconSt LguIs RyCti DR MENDENF ALLS IMPROVED S S TIME SCHEDULE Taking Uffoct A 2f nsro 3 CHILL AND ira CURE 1 Good Neat Printing Is just ns essential to success In business as your rating with any of the merchan tilc agencies Write us for prices and All work samples guaranteed 1 At 6i00 oclck Snndaj Dec 27 1896 Weil Baund Traini 43 41 Eatt Bound Train Mall A 42 4 Kaprs Kxprs Mall A STATIONS Dally Dally 630pm 800am 6 45 812 7 25 7 24 7 37 7 41 7 50 lvUan ptar Kentucky St Wlllowdale Hock Haven Long Branch Kkron Guston IrvlnRton Kxprs Kapr Dally Daily 1243pm 7 55pm 12 8 45 8 48 9 04 866 West Point Howard 30 7 43 1155am 7 1152 1143 1137 1130 1122 1113 7U 653 Ofi C4 75J 8 OH 9lH 910 9 25 9 33 9 41 9 48 9 56 1003 10 07 1015 1020 1022 1035 1038 10 44 Brandenburg Webster Iodiburg Pierce Sa1ple Stephcnsport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops 816 8 24 114 C41 6 33 U2t RrRnkpnririefi Npwr -y ww 82 8 40 sSIxd GUAItANTEED TO CURE And Malaria In all Forms Tasteless Nona genuine without the above picture aud tho signature of J O Jlendenhall CHILLS AND FEVER Price 50 cents at all Dealers PREPARED ONLY BY J O EVANSVILLE MENDENIIALL IND HAYNES Sold by SHORT the aw Office of Tho body of a woman wns found in the river between Henderson and Evans At villu r V t i rAV rC pm - li A prominent western newspaper recommends flax seod tea as an excellent remedy for whooping cough It may be good but it is not to be compared with Chamberlains Cough Remedy Tills preparation will allay the violent fits of coughing and make them less frequent and less severe It also liquefies the tough mucus making it easier to expectorate Complete recovery is much quicker too when this remedy is given There is no danger in giving it to small children as it is a pleasant syrup and contains nothing injurious For sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by A R Remember that I can safely go one Fisher Druggist step further and assert to you who think may your number multiply a still Last Sunday night while tho Union more note worthy thing about yielding town train was on its way to that place to evil The thought of wrong cher- Â¬ some one shot into one of tho coaches ished as a pleasant thing is enough to The ball went through two windows unnerve you without waiting for the without hitting anyone There were 57 deed to be done Cardinal Newman says passengers on board but most of them very wisely and very beautifully wero darkies and wero in the colored But be who lets his though run en coach Very fortunately no one was on In soft luxurious flow the seat tho bullet passed over but a lady Faints when hard service must be done with her baby was on the next seat be Â¬ And shrinks at every foe The thought Is father to the deed We hind The shot was fired just as the talk of dissipation for the body there is train pulled into Uniontown Morgan a dissipation of the mind and that field Sun is found In letting the thoughts run Bucklens Arnloa Salve unchecked particularly if they are of an unclean character The Best Salve in the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe-Â¬ Remember in following that last ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil Â¬ thought that there is a dissipation of the blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions mind even apart from filthy musings it and postively cures tTiles or no pay re te found in boing insufficiently seveie quired It is guaranteed to give perfect with yourself Rernemberalso that satisfaction or money refunded Price there may even be spiritual dissipation 25 cents per box Fob StK uy A R when in the higher regions of thought Fisher that effect mens souk and future destin Â¬ The decomposed body of a new born ies you let your spiritual desires run riot until all who fall to bolieve with you are Infant was found in a well near Henshaw It was supposed to have been tolleved to be in the wrong Remem Â¬ Ky ber too the common fault of bodily dis thrown In the well by its mother while aipfttio I bag of you to rewember w yet alive MwiUo belBff that the powers you In Clinton Ky Oct 12th 1806 youth regard m solely yowr emowI livea for yetr pUwwre aw Merely aa Dr J 0 Meadonhall Evawille Ind Gross You nay ship mo DwwSir InkirWuawi fern your pamita to be syrtlisi Md wummoiI to your Chill and Favor Care os aarno Urins aa last I kava mM two or throe Ummo as much of your hill euro tlila aooaoa aa thai a stridor tUpiMd in lak any oUior and it baa givoa aploadld Yours truly erowk aorooi vapor that a aatiafaotion dogoM ocrstoh aaiib that a moekry TK TAYLOR Short A Uayuoa aaa daob siaiwt bat that tho intalllgonao Â¬ ROAD REFORM LAWS V G BABBAGE IN HARDINSUURO The Idea Treralls That tho State Should Help Unlld Main Highways So far ns improved road laws have taken shape ill this country tho French It should be mado a matter of public knowledge that Dewitts Witch Hnzsl Sdlve will speedily cure piles of the long est standing It is the household favor ite for burns scalds cuts bruises and sores of all kinds Short Huynes Â¬ You Can Get A Deed Mortgage or any writ- - idea is recogjized that tho stato should bear n considerable sharo of tho cost of constructing main roads says the St Lonls Globo Dcmocrat French rural prosperity can bo traced in no small do grco to its excellent roads Tho substitution of a solidly built road for n dirt road soon effects n trans formation in tho region tbrongb which it passes nnd even tho old topography seems to vanish Improved accessibility tells upon every farm nnd adds to its value Time and money whioli nro us ually equivalent are saved to tho furnier aud to nil whoso business it is to com mnuicnto with him Economy is consulted ns well as convenience Now that the rural inhabitant is ex- Â¬ pected to bear but a portion of tho ex pen so of good roads his disposition to- Â¬ ward tho movement is changing With a dozen states nlrcady engaged in the reform its extension promises to bo rapid Â¬ Â¬ Joe Skaggss ot John McBrlde in the arm on Main street Henderson chapter of an old feud When a cold is contracted cure it at once Ono Minute Cough Cure will set you on the road to recovery in a minute It will cure pueumniin bronchitis croup and all forms of lung aud throat troubles Short A Rent St L RVi FordsYllle Branch L H buy or Bell a piece of land St Louis Springfield and the West Â¬ Collections mado and remitTIME TABLE No 9 No so No 16 No 44 tances prompt Lv Louisville a 35am 8 8 13am pu TAKING EFFECT DEO 22 1895 13 3onn 640pm ArSt Iouis Copying done on tho Call Ar Springfield 7rn WcstBound Trains 8 40pm Hast Bound Train 9 33am graph the best type writer North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m Daily Dally Dally I Dally dsily ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun in the world Cnarlestown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p in No I ton Instalment drawn S 35pm Ar Pittsburg 7 35am Ar Washington 650am 11 soim 1 2opm Baltimore Ar 750am 10 15am Ar Philadelphia 3 40 pm Is 3onn 555pm Ar New York Ar Boston 3 oopm 9 05pm Nrain No 16 has elegant Tullman lluflet larlor Car to Cincinnati and Urawinc room Sleeper and dnlng cars Cincinnati to Waihinjton Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without Chans Tran No IS has elrgant rullmau 1arlrCarto Cincinnati and Pullman Drawlntr room and dlninc cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No so has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passergets Sklllman Hawesville Pctrle 953 Falcon 968 Lcwlsport 1003 1015 Waltman 1025 Powers 1038 Pates Trains leave Louisville as follows Owensboro 1048 1159am 1211pm 1100 Mattlngly Griffith 1216 O S W IIAILWAY Cinclnnatl and the 1105 1108 1220 Stanley Kait St Louis and the West 12 26 Worthington 1115 1233 Heads Ko o No 6 No 8 1123 Spottsvllle Lv Ioulslla J 351m 833am 245pm II 31pm 12 41 1138pn12 48 Bassett 605pm Ar Clncinratl 645am 1155am W ll 55om Qnni sr 3 55pm 1105pm Ar Columbus 1115am 9 33 9 45 B O S W RT 907 920 923 847 8 52 9 00 9 04 1056 1046 1037 1029 10 24 1015 10 08 1005 9 43 618 010 667 549 6 42 6H 512 523 511 608 4 4 6 29 962 937 918 912 TIMB TABLE 1069 1107 1113 1122 1129 1138 1149 9 26 9 02 8 65 8 46 8 34 8 25 t0 4 31 410 869 349 333 313 67 47 46 119 3 38 3 24 813 818 8 04 7 68 7 43 7 36 1 1 Ht 316 310 304 Tifum a6Qpis 751 Trains Nos 41 and 43 make connection at Ir vlngton daily txccpl Sunday with trains to and from Hardin burg and Kordsville Branch Only line running Parlor Cars between Louis- Â¬ ville Owensboro and Henderson Only direct line to the North and East For furlhtr Informali n call on or addreu Agents or II C MOIIDUE A G P A Louisville Ky i J H Hxmsche except bunday Trains Nos 16 30 and 44 have elegant da coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis 5 Nol TltAlNS AltltlVE is lrom Kast 35 Hayues The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with am 3 30 a in 7 7 35 am m la 15 noon p m 640 pm 11 10am 11 50 12 05pm 12 12 12 92 12 35 No 2 No Lv Irvington Ar 9 20am Garneld Harned Junction Hardinsburg Junction Glendeane Dempster Dempster 8 7 7 7 10 60 40 30 Irom West at a 13 13 6 40 p m 1258 Three Webster county Whitecappere were given six months each They had atsaultod two negroes and whipped them City Ticket office southeast comer Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river Vor detail Information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc address US IlltOWN Ticket Agent II h O S W Hy District Pass 4th and Main Louisville Ky 110 128 135 155 Kirk Jolly 715 6 6 6 6 5 6 4 7 00 660 30 20 00 37 27 16 60 arPallsIloughlv ltockvale Huth Asklns Oaks Mitchell Aw-a-li- T 2 20 2 30 2 42 unmercifully When the raring time comes gentle Annie liko all other sensible persons will cleanse tho liver aud renovate the system with Da Witts Little Early Risers famous little pills for tlu liver and stom Â¬ ach all the ypar round Short Uaynes orJMCHESSIlROUCII General Iasenger A item Cincinnati Ohio 0 11 WAIUKL Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio Safety 264 309 3 20 608 asnn 441 ISfim Comfort V India Robber Streets India rubber in spito of its growing scarcity and oxpeuslveness is meeting with favor ns a paving for streets It was first tried on a bridge in Hanover A tumor weighing forty five pounds a littlo morn than a year ago aud has was taken from Mrs Juliu Miller of proved so satisfactory that experiments Qralngertown the latter pait of last with it for ordinary roadways nro boing mado in Berlin and Hamburg It is said week to bo perfccV noiseless unaffected by PcitsoKAL The gentlt nuu who annoy Â¬ hoat or cold and less slippery nnd more ed tho congregation last Sunday by con Â¬ dcrablo than nsphnlt tinually coughing will find instant relief Mm Mary SkiMugton died nt her homo in Wooiuookot It I Sunday aged lull by using One Minute Cough Cure a years Bhu was lxirn In Irvlitnd and hud speedy and harmless remedy for throat boon ft resident of that city 40 your Itor and lung troubles Short Uaynes mlud wus cliar to tho end tiho dropped uuuii ivhiiu waiuin itpQUt taeiiouQ Notice Casper May Co IND OANNELTON Louisvill anil NERVE OFE THE i W i Great RESTORER Rostoros perfect PTM BEST TRAINS TO Packet Line Fat Mall Line Between STEAMERS Ei Louisville and Hvansville iMfecJuMpeoltactellMfarm HetiWsi eftMeat tbonmafc E Jt asy to Take asy to Oprat As mm laNla mum Why buy interior or doubtful brandy when Burchs Pure Apple can ba had bo conveniently aud so cheap Send O O D Price 2 00 per gallon jng included W I Duech Ilhodelia Ky SIHHMMI manliwhiVjil re- Â¬ moves all obsta cles to marriage Hostoroa tho nervous entire svstem and itons all vital losses Re moves effects of the kins of youth and x ctujci of later year Romovos nil effects of dissipation and ro pairs all waste places Curoa Insomnia and restores refreshing sleep Cures Im potenco and restores diseases and restores development to all parts of the hody NERVE LIFE U the only purely aclentlilc treutment and affords relief from tUe lint days use It removes tba cause and assists pature to effect a cure Cures giiornteeil Special discount to physicians Our now treatise on Nervous Diseases Manhood Its Lot and Recovery mailed free In plain seated wrapaar for two S cant stamps Mention tills papar UU Mc br Trial Trsiiam aaa at CaavlweJ MOVI Urt MIMMl M KAlaatAJOa WMH Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha F M E G RAGON W A Bishop Porter L T Conner Vursw Ryan Master TARASCOiV D li Peony Matter St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA TELL CITY R II BallarJ Matter W B Ktwbell Pihmc P J Delly except STAGGS full vital power Curos all- wasting - St Louis or Chicago VESTIIULED SLEEPERS DINIM MAS Batr4ay Wwsa LoWtU4 and Utn AutUrilan Freight sfclppW j thli 11MItmJ pik r than by rail TrYt4ri I r owr3eaiHoodCo Proprieuifs LoweU Von naYrrknow you bare taken n plU tlU It Is m Hoods Jl 11 Mm The only puis to take wltb Hoods IkuMiaurlUa 1IIIS Unconditional mreder the only tortus thoM famous llttla pills Vnowa aa D WiUs Llttb Kafly XUew will make With eoaatlpttaav atak ha4acb awl stomach troublfalUiort Haynaa to Mwani miM asa fun Tk V MUX QMS Vfe ttMaMBNasaanMMaaaia Kdural Your IhtweU With Cm Oaadr Catlmrlle our eooatlpaUaa foror u v u init arva tfiaurefiuMll ft OOMItULT TIOKCT AOINT OK ttftal D It MIIT will Bad th4 stsatasft wb tqttitMtMt Mil 4aMMsIlataas M 4t MHtMwy art f oy4 m maw hart fc4a 4e H 14 iWM I UtUtltftlM fk m WW Hit I r F M RUGGs rvMnaMT T lOUt OVWnuTPA II - apsrwf ipjya tvaappi ipiwpTrwis w wtfjgsM iViTiirtTriisiiiiriiiTr7MiriiyfSi TM jTii mm IT H a BKmOKRlSmDGS i in iiiii iiiiimj ii ffr1 r n p S NWS - - yM OJUOVafiPORT KY r fl Tr IT - BtiECKENRlDdE WKDNRHIiAY NEWS 187 iim4itiii44SAitA4S4itii4 ma ttdrl Wlid MAY 12 SUNDAY SCHOOL Convention Will Meet at Sandy Hill Saturday Hay 22 abcagb CUREC0HSTIPAT10H ANDY CATHARTIC Im llaty yean of aire to ay And I bare worked and lit red And voire die ele thatl presently Get all that t have a ived I Tint It Ii not h Ki it K ot XtUtl tit Cleveand Leader 1 he Jim pie the tight Of going that I deplotet In the cold eauh lie Theyll think of me no more I Ive labored on Irom day to day With one hipe In rny mind Twas that when t was laid away Id leave a void rxhnd T a thl When 1 AN INTERESTING PROGRAM v i I The annual meeting of tlie County Sunday school Union will bo held at the Sandy Hill Baptist church on Saturday May 22 Every Sunday School in the county is e arnestly requested to Bend as large a delegation hs possible The following Is the Â¬ nmiMmnS MANUFACTURERS WOOLEN URGE MODERATION DRUGGISTS Csjwarfts are the Ideal Laxa any earner constipatta flTDf UUAnBniKU AOjUliUlBbI 7 fniDirMi7Ti ta can Sass tire aeeer trip or tTipebitraas easy Bstaralresalt pla aad booklet rree 14 kTFKiimj kkmkiii tifc rairasoaoaireai tan or new ior 2550 10 WfJJIILJKjlJLIJJW l I7H 1 ALL I nowW G eenJu e2i3 and July t 197 a th ormi hCominornnl write nnrr it will ray ru IdrWritetous now and rndcLmestosMtou Mention Co use waniet Which meet m i AN EXPLANATION bom thing you know To always show That I had lived and wrought But now at last That dream Is pan Ive got to share the common lot J iTiCORAM PraUe Tarls Youns Address of Welc me to ioCcttituie lections of our county what can Jas Bryant we do for them F lot ao Sate Work ard leichers Training Her C Christiansen to 40 Muik io 45 Va ue of Bnthusliim In Sunday School Miss Annie Willett Work II 00 Punctuality Its Value and I low Se tir Â¬ Strother Stlth ed I jo trajer and Iralse 11 45 Quartette Atijcurn till I 30 pm 1 1 jo 1iayer and Iralse of Lait County Ccmrntoi tnd 1 45 Minutts Secretary Iteporta ol Various School 1 00 Kuential Qualifications cf a Good Superin- Â¬ A C llurton tendent a 30 S J item Without ltuti In Sunday School Miss Msude Adkisson Operations J 4 j Quar ette Cheeiful 3 00 Systematic Gittns How Secured A D Ashcraft Ctrlnj a Christian Virture 3 lj Collection 3 30 The Chriitlcn Homes of Sunday School Mrs C II Mathews Pupils Ham 3 45 The Teacher as a Scul Wlnrer ilton Smith Iluildmg In the Sunday School 4 00 Character Miss Iula Lewis 4115 Muiic 4 Jo Ileriediction W U ASIICKAr T EVA CARHIGAN Secretary President gtjo llajeranrf iooo turers themselves in tbeir struggle with opposing interests Mr S N D North secretary of tho Woolen Manufacturers is now and always has been a cinlioi As such he be Â¬ t stanch protectionist lieves that tho 70000000 consumers of this country are legitimate subject for plunder and thut tho mauufacturcis aro the proper persons to enjoy tho pro-Â¬ tection plunder Tho free wool experiment which wo havo been trying for three years besides being an object lesson in tho way of cheap woolens has taught tho woolen manufacturers that they can make as much or more profit with frco wool and moderate protection which permits pco plo of mederato means to wenr real woolen goods than with high duties on both wool and woolens which restricts the nso of woolens to peoplo in gcod cir- Â¬ cumstances Tho manufacturers there Â¬ fore display more than their usual mod Â¬ esty and patriotism in the advice which they aro giving to congress Mr North is in Washington to voico tho manufacturers patriotism Hero is part of his advice as taken from tho Washington Aissnic is the poison most chill tonics correspondence of Tho Dry Goods Econcontain Dr Bells Peppennent Chill omist Is satisfac say I am Tonic does not contain arsenic or any tory to frco tooolcn the bill far fromThe chief tlio manufacturers other poison It makes bone and flssh fault la to bo found with tlio raw wool duties our manufacturers will for children It cures chills so they uhich aro ho high that ombarrasHcd It Is true find theinselvus sonly stay cured tho committee hna provided comijennatory Â¬ Â¬ Admit That High Duties and Consrqnent High Prices Will ItesUlct the Use of Is Very Much In Demand Cencern Woolens Somo of tho severest criticising not fng that Campaign fund only of special duties mid clnnsos but of tho wholo accursed protective sys Â¬ tem coiuo from tho protected manufac- Â¬ Will Mr Bradley Kindly Statu Ive thrown a fever oil to day And risen from my bed For months Ive been bat helpless cay With wild thoughts In my head Id fendly thought The mill would not Run if I were no there to set llut its kept right on Though Ive been gone And thats the thing that laddens me Dentistry In all IU Branches pactlcd and all operations performed n the most ikllfat manner at prices to iat the timet Crown and ltrldta Work a specialty attracted Positively Without Pain Jik Tmil -- 8 - - - - ftwrTaafr-virf-- WT ftr 4 BOARLl 0 AND TUITION June 8 IS97 All 011 stu aenis win nave ine opir- tunltf of attending Ihn ofSwecka which Krervthln Furnished for the Special Summer Trrot begins yn t KENTUCKY STATE TEACHERS ASSOCtATION nt a heller education pr pi re 01 self p bpeclil emphals puton the Nlnto Southern Normal Sch ol and Bowing Oiecn rccJr1iJ VS2iiV Uumfs nil JCttrtter T r lfh2 Coll ge Howling Green Ky C BUSH D D Cannellsn S Office on 6th St Ind v tt h ror r amiij 1 m 1 1 svk 1 nninni inf ui muuiiiai use f vt VS T i Ttb noat Complete Dental Itoouta in ftniitlient Indlnna Bring Out Your Plugs There will be Horse Trading attephensport Ky Pure jpple randy si v -- What He Did With It So come rs with at Bete Mill every baturiiay 1 ours truly jout piugs I torse Trader FALLS OF ROUGH 1 I r P it r Fishing is the order of the day Dr Ilaynes was here last week Ben fUorras went to Louisville Satur Â¬ day M W Stone had a bit log rolling last Saturday Will Green went to Louisville on the sumption This Is practically saying to Diugley excursion Aldrich ami the other servants of tho Master Robert Green went to Louis- Â¬ protected manufacturers at Washington ville Saturday Go low with your high duties and If yon Lafe Beauchamp was the guest of Miss dont try to protect too many let everybody into tho protection ring Bell Davison Sutiday there will bo nobody outsido to prey Miss Jessie Cary ofItck Vale went upon and wo will havo to prey upon to Louisville Saturday each other Dont mako the mistake of I wsh Mr Editor would give us anoth Â¬ taxing raw materials too high Wo wouldnt mind it if wo could sell our er real spicy little story goods and chnrgo tlio tax over to tho Ifardinsburgl is staying consumer But when tho tax is so high Ken Biard of in the express office for a tow days that we havo to make our prices almost A party contemplafes going to the out of sight wo havo found that we can- Â¬ not sell so many poods becanso the peo-Â¬ Catholic church some Sunday soon ple cant afford to wear clothes that Madam Kuiuor sajs that Mr Willis in woolen clothes which aro the only Green will marry a beautiful millionare ones worth considering because they aro tho only ones which we manufacture heiress George Low and sister Mits Pearl of Our solicitude for the dear American is such that wo do not wish Louisville are the guests of Mrs Smith coiiHumcr him to clotho himself in the to compel Quertermous Farmers are having some lovely weath Â¬ er for corn planting and farm work is progressing rapidly Mrs Ben Storms and little son Stew Â¬ TnoT n art went to Glendeaue shopping and and calling last week Mr and Mrs McCrackeu and little son came down in their special coach Saturday and remained till Sunday Mrs M W Stone has gone to Owens boro to see her mother who is very ill Many many thanks for the nice little budget of news received incognito Miss Bell Davison has the lai g st g urd she says It measures thirty four inches in circumference and thirty six inches long says she will ship it down if neces- Â¬ skins of beasts which aro neither fash sary as she wants the BitkCKENitiuoE ionable nor healthful Let us not tax Ntws him to death Let us bo reasouablo and Last Sunday a party composed of Mr euconrago him to live and to wear and Mrs John Kelt Mr and Mrs Char Â¬ clothes By so doing we can keep onr givo employment to lie Gross Misses Mary Paul and Hattie mills running and American workiugmen at American Messrs Brack Peyton Ilay Stewart wages which after all is tho chief ob Â¬ nes Board and Oir visited the beautiful ject aimed nt by us protected manufacand pittureique Pine Knob The party turers Byron W Holt was chaperoned by Mrs Iteh and Mrs The Protectionist lerforuiance Gross and although the day was not de Tho following is a part of Blrable one in all respects yet all feel John Do Witt Warners criti amply repaid for the drive despite bad cism of the Dingloy hill scenery roads and rain for the beautiful As it stands tho most brilliant part and lovely views which this place affords of tho pending performance consists in eating tho words of tho uamo actors lit are rarely to be found elsewhere tho Fifty flrst congress Tho McKinlcy There is more Catarrh in this section bill of that date was virtually cutitlcd of the country than all other diseases a bill to reduce revenues Tho Diugley put teg t her and until the last few bill is specially commended ub a revenue years was supposed to be incurable getter Tho McKinlcy bill pointed with poor mans freo breakfast For a great many years doctors pro- Â¬ prido to thoDiugley hill puts upon sugar tuLlc Tho nounced it a local disease and prescribed n siuglo item of tho breakfast tablo local remedies and by constantly fall one third of tho total amount of the ing to cure with local treatment pro- Â¬ turihT tux proposed Tho items which Science hai aro supposed to help tho farmer are good nounced it Incurable proven catarrh to be a constitutional exumplcs of so setting your trap as to For cotch cm u eumin and n gwlue disease and therefore requires constituiu order Halls Catarrh Cure lnstunco wo havo reciprocityabroad for tional treatment fanners a market manufactured by F J Cheney A Co to givo theassumed they cannot produce what it is Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional for liomo consumption unless they aro cure on the inaiket It is taken inter Â¬ highly protected us is douo by uuothcr nally tn doeea from 10 drops to a tea ecctiouof the bill spoonful It acts directly on the blood Senator Kliennau at Ills Heat and mucous surfaces of the system They Every ndvunco toward a frco ex Â¬ offer one hundred dollars for each case change of commodities is an ndvanco in it falls to cure Bend for cirqulais and civilization Every obstruction ton frco testimonials Addrew exchuugo is born of tho sanio narrow Co Toledo 0 despotic spirit whichplautod castles up- Â¬ F J OHENNEY on tho Rhine to plunder peaceful com Â¬ jfirSold by Druggists 76c merce Every obstruction to commerce The good times are on the way Farm is u tux npon consumption Every facil Â¬ h la thtasmd adjoining counties are al ity to a free exchange cheapens commod Â¬ population ytmdy aelllag their Juno wheat delivery ities Increases trade and Johu Slier may yet reach mid promotes civilization at 70 cent per bushel It 1808 time Elkton rro- - mail iu a dollar at Tha ef TnuVi THh V- 3the price of It congfc caa advance this country Nottntfr ac ts iaag twwl kf wlich hides 9 ociJt a pound iu mar Jiev fatal In a tew dy bat ekl tbo peopte will pay wvcral million a chronic eoofiw and thrust IrcnibiM aMy year mora Hum ttwy do bow for tbeir Imuwdiat- - wHrfaad boparitv boo ami sboaa md Uw ewncy will go Uwt Miaow uwn iuto tlM poeka a tiw B uetitly cured by 0 Hartford Tint dutleri which are probably nufllciunt to oflwt tho duties on raw wool but tho difficulty will be In my opinion that the very considerable lncrottwj fa price which must bo mode to tocr tho ncklll ional coht of raw material w ill have the effect of cutting down consumption to an extent that will bo dluutrou to the manufac- Â¬ turers 1 do not contend that the rates on woolen manufacturer In tho bill aro not sufficient to protect tu against too severe foreign competition but the limit of the consumer purchasing power must control him In buying w oolcn mnnufoctures and I fear the rotoa of the new bill will very materially restrict con- If i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ When you aro suffering from Catarrah THE FAITHFUL ARE INQUIRING or Cold In the head you want relief Harry Wilkei right away Only 10 cents 1b r quired Persore deiil g to breed to ihe famnns hOS Harry Wilkes will to test it Ask your druggist for tho Friday and SaurdaT find him at Harned Station Twas a Very Strange Way of Do- Â¬ trial size of Elys Cream Balm or buy J eich linth day OtherMy 7 h and s8h Hi turn times at mv able Kindly inking your patrnrare and thank ng you the 50c 8 ze We mail it for past faAois Kcspectlully vru s ing Business Even for a C L Hawkins ELY BROS 50 Warren St N Y 4a 3w Politician City I was afflicted with catarrah last From the iVankfort Capitol autumn During the month of October While Hunter was going through his I could neither taste nor smell and manikin part as a candidate for a seat In could bear but little Elys Cream Balm l faaWrVPV the United States Senate tbe public was cured it Marcus GeoShautz Rahway fooled into thinking that perhaps he was NJ We fully realize your thoughts when the idea of at least a politician if nothing more Four men alleged to be tollgate raiders having dental work done comes but nevertheless His only claim to consideration was they must have attention and the sooner the better based upon alleged services rendered were arrested and jailed at Harrodsburg the party in the organization of the cam- Â¬ by Iinkerton detect vesaud local author We are prepared to do your work with a guarantee paign of 1895 and later the impudent ites to give eatisfaction at exceedingly low prices claim that he had organized the cam- Â¬ Not Exactly Eight We will be at Irvington on Wednesday and Thursday after the paign ol 1890 and that Chairman Sam Thousands of people are in this con- Â¬ fourth Monday of each month It is to your inte est to consult us Koberta and the campaign committee dition They are not sick and yet they were mere figure heads WILDER Brandenburg Ky HARDIN are by no means well A single bottle The Capital is willing to let Hunter of Hoods Sarsaparilla would do them a retire to his well earned obscurity but world of good It would tone the the Republican paity which Hunter In thoWorld stomach create an appetite purify and For 11 years this shoe by merit betrayed is entitled to a settlement and alone baa distanced all competitors enrich the blood and give wonderful vi Cino and 5XXi shoea are W L Douglas that settlement has got to be made or vigor and vitility Now is the time to the productions of skilled workmen from tbe best material pnulblo nt these prices Also the party will regard with suspicion the WUft and flit shoes or men ftsa and take it 173 for boys conduct of its representative who per Â¬ W I Douglas shoes are Indorsed by over lMMIU wearers as the best Hoods Pills cure nausea sick bead mitted a campaign fund of f 30000 In style fit ami durability of any shoe ever offered at tbe prices 000 to be covered up in a private room ache indigestion biliousness All drug- Â¬ They am made In all the latest shapes nnd styles and of every Tarl gists 25c by W G Hunter and George D Todd etr of leather If dealer cannot supply you write for cata LOUISVILLE Southeast Got of Twelfth Tue Capital has the statement of two logue to W L Douglas Urockton Mass Bold by Family Compromise membets of the McKinley campaign SAMUEL SULZER Cloveiport Ky Does your wife allow you to smoke committee that Hunter did not turn Selling Fee Reduced to 150 per hhd and 1 per cent Commission over to them any organization at all in the parlor 7 Yes you see she also keeps her bike lie had a few boxes of stationery and Boston Herald not even a list of county or precinct there IF committeemen If Hunter had any WITH Croup and whooping cough are childplan of organization he failed to give it INCOItPOKATED No hoods terrors but like pneumonia bronto the last campaign committee a human being has ever been found who chitis and other threat and lung troubles Â¬ has ever heard of any organization for can be quickly cured by using One MinShip your tohacco to the Wheel Tobac VHOIllIETOIlS the Republican party that Hunter and ute Cough Cure Short ilaynes co Co the only tobacco firm that is co Cor Eighth and Main Streets Todd ever made in any county in Ken- Â¬ operative Every one who ships ua five chas a bridges Crimes mill Casualties tucky LOUISVILLE KY hogsheads becomes a memher ol the w a bridges Jeff Morrow hliot anil killed Dr C P From all that can be learned this pair Leo near Klk oi Ky Morrow alio company and shares in all future profits secured in tbe Bradley campaign some- Â¬ wounded it Is thought erlousIy Hon Dont be fooled by agents falep promises MONTHS STORAGE lirothi who win with thu doctor thing like 30000 to 40000 and in the Le rebates and big prices We charge lees During n scvero rulnatorm Mrs K J than ever before our regular fees have subsequent Blalz Carroll race about f 10 Williamtv Ulliig iit nr httinfonl Ky 000 If there was no organization and win struck by lhhtuliig nnd instnutly been reduced from fifty cents to one dol- Â¬ H XL there was none so far as known made in killed Hhe wits standing under 11 large lar per hogshead tn suit the low prices now being paid You will get the beat either of these races wherb did the niiiplo tret nt the time Hurry M Mtwou nmll clerk running attention every hogshead is handled money go Tbe only settlement that bonveen Mackinaw City and Houghton C7 iCv has ever been made was when Hunter was a rciteil at Mn qucttc Mich charged with the greatest care and no n j ction 321 Kust market Street LOUISVILLE KY We will rr Tbe largest WonI ie tier In Loulsvl le Dn net charge an commission and make prompt returns Ref and Todd got Auditor Stone to take a with robbing thn m ills Ho U n uephow unless actually necessary erences any Binit or Merchant in Lomjilile Will furnish sacks to parties who will ship the Wool of cx Uuvcrmir Rich of Michigan mit by check or registered letter Office list of receipts and a list of expenditures to me While A O Wallace with two com and sales room South east corner of Main neither of which he knew anything pnnituu wim attempting to cro Island about and foot them up He found creek near Manchester O which had and 12th streets Lonlsville Ky Mark your hogsheads BOOE KEEPINa SHOET HAND TELEQBAPH7 PENMANSHIP ETC that there ought to be a balance of a been swollen by a cloudburst tho wagon WHEEL TOBAOOO OO few hundred dollars Tbe Captltal wa overturned nnd he was drownml Chnrltg MrCnnu of Murdock Frnnklln charges that Hunter employed agents o Wt BRUCE Pocy county O while plowing In 11 LOUISVILLE KY the campaign committee ot 1895 to work ing 11 thuuderstorm was terriblyfield dur nnd per I for him for Senator and that he failed haps fntnlly Rhucod by tho tame bole Wlio desires to bptter his or her condition in life should write for to make an organization for the Repub- Â¬ of Itgutulug Iliac killed 0110 of hU horses Mm Mnry Peterson and four children tuo oataiofnio or tee lican party cc mdlii Knti were run down by a How much money woo used in the of or Hock Inland passengor train Two chilLegislative race and how UBed are dren were killed tho leg of n third wero No 400 THIBD BTBEET LOUISVUiIiB KY matters that ought to be investigated cutoff and the womans arm foiokcu Hunters connection with the cam- She hml1 been lusnno for tonio time Maasoy of Pilucctou Intl was Johu fVfVWfVV paign of 1890 was simply this He begg- Â¬ VVVV B 7 BEARD President assaulted by n highwayman in his own anaaMtymsa ed from tbe beginning to the end for yard Saturday night and robbed HU WILL MILLER Vloe Presldent He got all the money that was condition is dnngorous hi skull being help M II BEARD Csihisr to be used in his district and then never fractured Mr Mnstey is a wealthy cltl 1 1 made a showing in the race against 7en on Tho robber only secured 12 leaving fl W BEARD Oi Mr Musseys person -- Director H0RRIB ESKRIDOE r Rhea The Capital would suggest that RMJOLLT 1 Hunter and Todd can easily get a settle- Â¬ INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS ment and show that they can make the A orgaizatlon that they claim to make by AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE XJlMotfe railing Also Jijijrvou Klaspleatnau ate eaased submitting to a thorough examination cry ImpoUncy by Abase or other Kioassos and Indis of their transactions And if they do A BEAVIN cretions Thty rufeJctv ami sureli restore LostYiullt in old or young and not submit to mh an investigation fit a man for stndv btitlbM Ar mArriirM SaJcwfravent ass they will have to leave the general pub- taken in lim Their insanity and Consumption If shows Immediate IrncniTe CU11E nbera all other and In lic to guess what become of the 40000 maatupon ettsota athe tannine AJsx Tabletsfall Thsy Ut having you Wa give a cored thousands to 50000 collected in 1800 Of course have written auarante and will ear cure Kfl PTC pos TERMS REASON ADLE itive to ettsct a in or refund the money PrioawUwl wiper the Kentucky Republicans have Icis each case or six pktas fall treatment for tGO lly Address all communications to Clover packaini interest in the use to which Hunter put mall In plain wrapper nnon receipt of prioe Circular port Ky a larra tu free CUnft UU the campaign fund last fall when he tnr Nnle In Cloverpnr was so completely beaten by John 8 Short llayiiea UriiKBlklk Rhea in a district that two years before gave a Republican majority of about a thousand and in which the Democratic asaeSsaV ttiAst4 aWS party was split by the currency issue Bay few children escape that most annoy E lag but most common Out the time has come for a settlement chldbood com- plaint caused by deranged kidneys and Hunter and Todd must make or stand weak urinary organs In 35 yeara sales not a single report of a failure of without a settlement which they know has been repeatedly demanded- - And that settlement must be made before a competent authority and not in a secret Buchu to cure this bad habit Winter- i smiths Buchu not only stops present place t t I make a specialty of Fine Apple Brandy guaranteed I use nothing but sound and to be strictly unadulterated ripe fruit My Brandy is all fermented in tubs not in cement cisterns so that mean disagreeable flavor is not detected Desirous of introducing my goods will make special prices on one to four gallon packages 95 goous zoo per gauon and 97 goods 175 per gallon f o b All packages securely seated and shipped on short notice f C M SMITH Andyville Ky t f J3 Good Health Depends Upon rfMssaybaku Your Teeth Being in Order WL DOUGLAS S3 SHOE tu GOLDEN RULE Tohacco Independent Warehouse to0 W B TATE CO Main KY Wheel Tobacco Co J T OWEIT I Â¬ Â¬ PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Co C A Bridges FOUR 11 FREE - SZZZS3 jUSfrt QTTIEa TO ze3oseibim yOO Â¬ a a Oi iLJVm C4tZ6m7LSb4SWn BRYANT vvv tWo BANK Â¬ STRATTON ast5i2Sgim Â¬ HAHLINSBUHG SSt33 i j w 3ES Sm MADE ME MAN Dont Try W Â¬ F m m Ui ill iii Â¬ Practical Surveyor Ui Â¬ Kybf 1 iii to plant your crop of corn without a tn iii W Ui iMOTHERS J M years success guarantees Us value All a druggists and merchants sell it Arthur g m iii n UIll JLyilll TA m iWINTERSMITHSi butchccKScertatnfuturemtsery and pain ill - iii iii HI Â¬ What We Inherit We are not to blama for We can- Â¬ not be held responsible for the disposi Â¬ tions and tendencies which we derive from our ancestors nor aro we responsi ble for the germs of diseases which may manifest themselves in our blood as a heritage from former generations But we are responsible If we allow these germs to develop into serious diseases which will impair our usefulness and destroy our happiness We are respon Â¬ sible if we transmit to our descendants the disease germs which it is possible for us to eradicate by the use of Hoods SarsaparllU tho one true blood purifier This medicine has power to Biaka rich red blood and ealablMi perfect health ia place of diseaae Aa eye for as eye and a tooth for a tooth k the old Moealo doetriae bat the tloetofti of to Uay save tbe eye eight by aaelyiMiulHerfeadi Eat Bye Salve j It etiree ai forme ofeote eyee aad gnutu- HteQ Hue U aaivllBIMMaS y 0mt vnaj BUCHU rctcrCoLouUTiUeKyCenlAgcnts m of the EMPIRE J make It is the tt m lit H Best Corn Drill on the market T IS TTT ii Ji t nlJW iii Ui SOLD BY TTT T h thrIi - IB 1 vv rate Ui uo n III III 111 J3T lr rIre oit tToiaIaY Z Cu--Su- Allay T COX Agent - - Ekron Ky r E3E3a ky IB III CJiuJ Hi r m jJkAjiMhi ilAAfisliaiifijSiiji maSSmSBammM m j rvT tT etfsy nHiKijjm y - v 1 THE BRELGKEiNlRmGB NEWS OTOYEURFORT Joseph Poter is quite sick Pat Burk Victoria was in town Sat Â¬ WEDNESDAY MAY 12 1807 urday Lace curtains 25 contaa pair Home Laundry LOCAL BREVITIES Walker Board Holt was In town Saturday This is a good tobacco sea ton Mrs J I Brashear Owensboro is In Good crowd In town Saturday tho city Shorts new store building Is now un- Â¬ Big crowd at liardinsbiirg Monday der construction Bco our lluopl straw hats Supers Dr J M Clayton Owensboro was In Gorgeous millinery goods at Miller the city yesterday LIgbtfoots Suven or eight men were laid off at Cbas Ltsben baa painted tbo front of the shops Monday bis butcher shop All the boys are off for the Ddrby at Millor fc Llgbtfoot pay special atten Â¬ Louisville to day tion to mail orders Mrs Dr S S Watkins went to Owensltichard Adkissbn Jr returned from boro Monday night Missouri last week Chapln Son Hangings distillery Mr and Mrs Win Vest have returned has closed down for this season borne from Louldvillo Home Laundry will laundry vour shirt Anew line oi uz uiooa Buoeafor all waists for 10 cents send Hum in ag s and siz ss Suzjrs TJobn Warflsld sblpped by bi at yestor- Mis A M Tato is In Unsetta visiting tlhy 13 head of hogs to Louisville nor parents Air and Mrs K Witt G A R Post No 19 held their regular NMre Martha Wolverton died at Bew moutbly business meeting Friday Meyville Sunday May 2 ago 57 years Pa del Scbank and wife Home Ind Mens white shirts with fancy colored were in the city last week shopping bosoms in choicest patterns Sulzers Appointment for port ofllsa at this Fred Fraizs oi Henderson was attend- Â¬ place is eagerly watched for this wiek Â¬ ing Circuit Court at llardinsburg Mon Dr S S Watkins residence on rivei day front is being given a new coat of paint How about a Going oil on a visit John T Ditto of Decatur III spent new trunk Como to us for trunks Sul Sunday with his sister Mrs J D Bab Â¬ K1V 5 Breckenridge News Dcanes aro working a big forco of at Bewleyvllle which Is another nttrac hands In their warehouse this week tlvo feature so now every body will be Merchants report a flno spring trade sure to bo on bands The tltiio is Juno lGh and all are smilingly happy and busy Bob Owen left Thursday for Ihe South THE SHOOT ern Baptist Convention at Witiiilngtin Â¬ Tutfs Pills Cure All Liver Ills disease by the timely use of Tutts Liver Pills an old and favorite remedy of increasing popularity Always cures Spring and jtaner NO Mrs W boro J Deano kv w u irv I U Risveral weeks In hai returned after Loulsvlllo and Owens Wation An Easy Winner Aud tures The Prfz Cap Arrest itf ft R 8L i zjrs at the east end Hotel M W Mitchell Is repairing the room of the old Cloverport Miss Mary Moorman who has been visiting friends in Owensboro returned borne New pallors new flowers and new stylo bats in rough straw at Miller LIgbtfoots Wt can please you and suit you in car- Â¬ pets We invite you to inspect our line Sutz bage Mrs Emma White of Holt was the guest of Mr and Mrs H A Oez- last week - Horse shoe brand of fertilizers good for corn and tobacco at 0 D Paynes Harned Squire Franklin Ditto Sr of Louisville is with Ills daughter Mrs J D Bahbage AV Â¬ F Hook and wife of llardinsburg srs l Miss s Judith Miller and Maria Wat kins go to Louisville to day for several days stay Fancy negligee shirts in plaids stripes and figures in the latest patterns now in Sulzers Tho members of tbo Cloverport Choc- Â¬ olate Candy Club gave their friends a ibavjjde Friday night jCu J Pickard has bought the John Pato tract of laud near this town from the Miller heirs for 743 Geo Jolly with his two Bisere Misses Bessie and Ada Jolly of llardinsburg heroin the city Saturday shopping That tired feeling is relieved by that cool and refreshing drink Wild Cherry Phi spbate Try a bottlo Sulzers The beauty of millinery has never been so thoroughly displayed this sea Borby any house as Miller Llgbtfoot -- Aailram Wincholl Kirk had bis knee thrown out of joint last Saturday by a kick from a horse He is going about on crutches Ladders to fortune are the kind most desired but during house cleaning times our step ladders are in great demand Sulzers Mrs Henry Harned is visiting her son D S Harned In Oklahoma and is She will delighted with tbe country leave there May 25 for nome Physicians recommend matting for floors during summer they are so cool and so cheap they are in the reach of everybody see our line Sulzers Mrs II V Duncan left yesterday for Brandenburg to be present at tho wed- Â¬ ding of her son David to Miss Pearl Ditto of that place this eveuing at 4 oclock Mrs H V Duncan left yesterday for Brandenburjr to be present at the wed Â¬ ding of her son David to Miss Pearle Ditto of that place this evening at 4 oclock Mrs W II Hinds and her little daughter Katie Nell of Louisville ar Â¬ rived Monday to be with her hus band who sometime ago accepted the position as foreman of the News W G Smart returned from Louisville Monday where be bad 1een to have a an operation pel formed for the piles He is very much improved and hopes to entirely recover A newsy bright paper full of good reading matter has just been Issued from this ofllce entitled Clover Blossoms The Sunday School children of the Methodist church have it in charge Â¬ spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs J It Dellaven Judge T It McBeathf candidate for Circuit Judge spent Saturday and Sun Â¬ day here The building of water works in this town is again agitating the minds of pro- Â¬ gressive citizens Strawberries first of the season were on the market Friday and started off at COconts per gallon Eggs for setting from Plymouth rock Cornleh Indian Game and White Leg- Â¬ horns G W Short Reuben Miller Silas Pate Charlio enmo down to Hook of llardinsburg see the shoot Saturday Shousa have the con- Â¬ Whitehead tract for the brick work on George W Shorts new store bouse Laplanders are the shortest people in Europe their average height being males CO inches females 57 Mrs James Lees and son Shannon were the guests of Mr and Mrs J II Logan Saturday and Sunday Pure rose comb brown Leghorn and light Brahma eggs 60 cents and 1 00 per setting J Scott Vance Cloverport Ky The owners of tho Str Cloverport Rave a crowd of young people a delightful barge ride up the beautiful Ohio Thurs- Â¬ day night Miss Nellie Major after a most pleas ant stay of several weeks with the Misses Bowmer returned to Louisville her home Saturday An old man of 75 and bis wife of 70 in an English Home for the aged have petitioned the authorities to let them have a tandem bicycle Dolph JoneB of Big Springs passed through the city Friday for Owensboro He was riding a very lino saddle animal and hoped to flud a buyer at that place To Cure A Cold In One Day Henry Moorman came down from Hardinshurg Friday and stayed till Mon day Mrs Cornwell of Louisville is visit Â¬ ing her parents Mr and Mrs W J Deane Mattinglys mill is sawing at Charley Robertsons The lumber is being httul cd to Rockvale Attorney Haswell llardinsburg was In the community last week and called at Mr Bob Robertsons had K nnle Board of llardinsburg llc charge of tho depot and telegraph here a few days last week Lttlo Misses Louisi and Emma Lou Moorman are visiting the lntttrs grand ma Mrs Margaret Deane Wade Pile Custer went to Hardlup burg Monday to court and came on to Glendcaue on the same business Mrs Kate Bennett her daughter Mhs Beulah and Master Edgar of Irvlngton aro visiting at Mr Jesse L Owens Our merchants are getting away from Louisville to purchase goods DeWeese has just received a big line of shoes from St Louis Miss Fannie Green is preparing to close her school with appropriate exer- Â¬ cises in two weeks more Other depart- Â¬ ments of Utopia close next week Taylor Beard was herd last week delivering a history which he bad sold sometime before The book is an inter- Â¬ esting and attractive one and for a subscription book is reasonable enough in price Ollle Haynes several months a resi Â¬ dent of this place is going to be deputy sherlfl in Daviess county next year and in view of bucIi work he has purchased a horse aud dally rides around town to get into practice Of course everybody expected Col Eli Dean to be sly enough to excuse him self nicely from the home folks and take a number of girls on a fishing party but no one thought of J T F Owen being still more skillful in the business and getting away in the manner of a youth Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The shooting match between AV AV Watson ex chninpton of Kentucky and W F Hook of llardinsburg came off as previously announced last Saturday The match was for 25 a side and fifty birds each There was n large crowd present interspersed with a godly number of ladles who seemt d to take a great Interest In the sport It was ex citing from the start and in the first round Hook seemed as thoiuh he would win easily but in the last round Watson did some nice shooting and was an easy winner Follow lug Is tho rcon I mm thats SICK HEADACHE sour stomach malaria indiges- Â¬ tion torpid liver constipation and all bilious diseases Both coming togothor has kept tho weather nuin pretty busy trying to tell what tho noxt day ia going to be Tho backwardness of tho season has made two seasons goods como together making it necessary to have a general Clearance Salo of Early Spring wear Wo dieh up a dozen lota or more of Bar Â¬ gains and sorvo them with tho Spico of Relish going to make them TUTTS Liver PILLS tFdemocrats The Choicest Tid bits of the Season Climmor OUIIilllCl Cot or to of rrgular JJ nnd 6 and Vciti browns Krajiantl i Tow ILlllull De i Toi liallll iiiaoiiaiiailiaSili Tot it number rlrds ki led tn bouniN jlioti find HOOK 39 55 2 lilJo SUMMARY WATbOM nioiiiiiiiiimiiiiji Jo oaioiaiaajgoaiabcuida j t n Tilal number birda killed In Call of The Committee for Precinct Coals and Vests forawulre7fn Suits tret losing them out aigianct 115a Small lizes And County Conventions to Nom Â¬ only Hoy ani Misss In Tnn nhnnii Ox inate Candidates for Circuit all Just been througH our ttncK culline out Season OIIUCO Chocolste and any Wood colors prevlns sea line Kreatrr Hun that of the odd tires Iletei tell them cheap son Come in nnd tee if we can fit you Judge And State than let them lay around t and 50c We uve hem from ij tn 41 coil nnd romelhinfr that will worn ny everyone wno wants a cooi comfortable airy shirt Senator a Shirts Drift Kttsa shirt th it is worth Ji ard 1 30 shots fired KXrLANATirtf I 3 Cij One hhrt a Two shots Dead birds out if bounds o Lost bird Precinct Meetings May 22 County May 24 District May 27 Â¬ OIIUCo are the can use a pair or so a pole Aoor I70 InKlni onlairs cfrn second m ire UUU OIlC Shoes or Cknnn that were realyli and higher Ihey Fancy Fans be inierTects lnt re munt o If you of a line ir choice for ate and 511c Iteil hand painted ones trimm- Â¬ ed with silk game and spark- They are just as pretty as they can Ycull think so too when you see them WtnrinUI Wation klled mli eJ Hook killed inUsrd NOTKS 4 5 41 9 R N Hudson needs practice Carey Applegate Is a flue shot llardinsburg was well represented Charlie Tight is an expert trap shooter Ladies flguied prominently in the Bhooting Shop men all layed oil to attend the shooting Everything passed off nicely not a word out of the way Tight Randall and Jungllng mauipu lators of the trap did good work Sam Stltes Is an excellent shot when in the woods all alone but a crowd get away with him Carey Applegate Yelvlngton Judge McBeath Leitchfleld A M McCracken and Sam Stltes Louisville were among tho visitors from a distance PROGRAM GARFIELD Pensiou day in our town last Monday For Childrens Say Services at the Mr Joe Claycomb of Irvington was M E Church Union Star Sunin town Saturday day May 16 1897 Mr and Mrs Aaron Norton spent the day at Mrs F M Boards last Monday Inst umertal Wm Macy who tiavels for the Sland- Sorig Childrens Day week Concert Head nc if Scripture ered Oil Company was here last Jesse Gardner family moved to Chant Wirds of Jtsus Mr Ed Taber and lo lowed by Mary 1 Itichsrdson their new homo near Freedom last IlrclUtJon He ter Tate week Pastor Prajcr Song We re Singing on the Way Guy Meador of Big Spring called on Address on Sunday Schools W I Milner Dr Misses Nannie and Katie Board last Sat Â¬ Song Bright Angrl Francis Sevirr Arti Chappcll Leila Hawkins Mary K llard urday Essie Cushman Frankie Sapp Mrs Katie Jarrett of Stephensport Recitation Ihe Missionarys Dream spent last week with her sister Mrs Mis W L Milner S hool Faunie Board Sng Jesus Lives Â¬ Â¬ The Democrats of Ilreckenrldgu coun- spring rollers and fiitues ty are hereby called to meet in their vat Rood Ralle Thlt season there are join to UUOU UClllo Ctraill Unto 11ie lm pf th season fnr here Grounds be some good games played ions voting precincts on Saturday May Oil dlT nalo Mraw Hats has come In nave been made and everything shapes and pretiy straws we can please you now in readiness vVe have a pood supply of Uaso 2J 1807 at 2 oclock p m solar time for 1rices right alio 1UII Outfits league Halls at 150 euh the purpose of electing and instructing del gates to attend n county convention In ono of our show windows you will notice a lot of which is hereby culled to meet at liar Monday May 21 18C7 atJ llnshnrg on oclock p id solar time to select and instruct delegates to meet at llardins They are greatly admired being medalion figures in bronze burg on Thursday May 27 1897 at 1 YOU CANT BUY ONE oclock p m for the purpoeo of nomi WE WONT SELL THEM nating a candidate for the ofllce of Cir- Â¬ cuit Judgo and Commonwealths Attor- Â¬ ASK FOR INFORMATION AT OUR STORE ney of this the Ninth Judicial District and also a candidate for Senator from the Tenth Senatorial District The senti- Â¬ ments of each precinct will be expressed iu the district convention so as to give each candidate the vote lie receives iu each precinct as reported to the county convention Tho chairman of each precinct coin mltteo shall call the meeting to order in his precluct and shall preside over same and if for any cause the committeeman lu any precinct fail to attend or being present fall to call the moeting to order then a majority of those present aud en titled to vote shall select a chairman who shall preside and the chairman aud sec- Â¬ retary of each precinct meeting shall cer- Â¬ tify to the county convention the credentials of tho delegates from their respecIs in judicious marketing Whore you buy is of as much tive precincts importance as what you buy and what you pay for it when All known Democrats and Democratic it comes to food You want to know tho surroundings of joutlis v ho shall attain their majority tho things you are going to eat Note the cleanliness of our 1SU7 and prior to the November election Everything is freeh appetizing and attractive Btore all reputable persons who will agree to Prices always Right support the Democratic nominees for Circuit Judge aud Commonwealths Attorney and State Senator are cordially CLOVEKPORT KY invited to take part in tho convention The following is a list of the precincts and the number of votes to which each is entitled llardinsburg No 1 Â¬ Â¬ e nne claninir Is goinf on SaSll RjbbOnS peluilbbontjustlnfor IllllUUn ou will want some nw shades We hashes trimmings stripes and solid bnuhtalotofFEtTS that we are ChnHoc closing out at 15 cents Including colors 3nnd 5 Inches wide rlaidt to OlldUCO NOVELTIES IN CLOCKS WE ARE GIVING THEM AWAYI li 0 The Art of Living Â¬ And Living Â¬ Â¬ Well Â¬ GREGORY GTBSON IBJMM 1 11 11 2 2 Forrest Haynes of Harned passed through our town Saturday enroute to Webster vicinity Mr and Mrs Minor Compton and family visited her mother near Sample last Saturday and Sunday E W Jones of Big Springs passed through here Thursday for Henderson He was riding a fine horso for sale Jackson Brear and his bride of Con sentlne passed through our town Thurs- Â¬ day enroute to his home near Freedom Myrtle and Katie Mattingly the charming littlo ladles of our town are working haid for their Sunday School class Mr Wm Djwell is the teacher of the Young Mens Bible Class at Sunday school and Miss Katie Board of the Young Ladies at Pleasant Grove Forty Questions und Answers Missiinary Exercise Iluilraiirg Dlshnp He Sue llrasheir Emmi bets lljmn Severs Ida Gardner Aha Crosson Cora McCoy Eva Cashman Blanche Severs Mrs W U Milner Address on MISions Mis Tennie llruner School Song Go Tell the World of His Love Hesitation FVelgn Missions Pearl Pember ton Katie Seven Mary Richardson Mabel Ammous Laura McCoy Daisy Who ler Daisy Hall Clyde Seves Song Solo and Chorus Uldaing to the Feast Cora Caihmsn Address en Epworth League A 1 Caihman Song Forget Me Not Recitation Loving Work- - rs Laura Tate Nellie Cavhman Song Ho Work To day First Division What Can I Dot Mary llarge lleul ih McCoy Hallie Stveis Mary Cashman Mary llasham Artie Chappcll Song Cl Work To day Seci nd Division Recitation The Master Is Coming Mallle Mincr C F Cashman Address on Education School Song When The Rull is Called Pastor Address collection Sung Halelujah Ch rus Benediction 3 2 1 Cloverport No II 11 1 II o t o i 11 o 2 Stephensport Uuion Star Mooleyvllle 3 2 4 Dont use YOU SHOULD EMPLOY None but the Countv Surveyor to do vour work lie is the authorized Surveyor of the Countv Is an eipelrnced workman ard knows his business He is alto Notary lubli writes Deeds and takes Acknowledgeincdts Charges always lteasinable Webster Dewleyville Big Spring vildrciik 2 1 Custer Hudson McDanlels Olendeaue Rock Vale 4 3 3 2 Drugs Unless you need them and then only Iunit 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 medicine Â¬ CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARDINSBURO KY 2 41 Total Mike Millbii Chrmn Claudu Mkiicek Stcy Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All Druggists refund tbe money if it fails to Cure 25c For Sale by R A Shell man Stephensport Ky -- VvAV-aj Bhodelia 21st at eight oclock April the Mr BEWLEYVILLE A big rain Sunday night Our school will close this week Mr Logan Pate of llardinsburg was in our town AVednesday morning Mrs Melissa Cuningham was tbe guest of Mrs T J Jolly a day or so last Mrs Elvira I irr Daniels returned from Louisville Mon Â¬ day where they went as delegates to the Epworth League Convention which met In that city last week They report a pleasant time GLENDEANE Messenger says The Owqnsboro Texas baa put on a new mall car It has an added length of Ax feet over the Nails 2 a keg at Jullau Browns old oar and affords much better accom Â¬ Paul Dempster is on the Blck list modation for tho mall clerks Coffee 25c to tbe dollar saved Julian The blackberry crop which was unus Brown allyBhort last season is reported good Vic Robertson is in Louisville uutil this season Mr John McGavock says Friday It will bo tbe largest for yeais pas and Buy your axa at 40c- - at Julian that blackberry cobbler will be in the Browna reach of everybody this year T L Curtis was In Louisville last 0 K Hikes representing the stock- Â¬ week holders of the Acme Brick Company Cash paid for produce at Julian has been In the city for several days The Acme Brick Company which was Browns Grip K ulglits Yates and Hardeaty advertised to be sold was bid in by him Monday for tho low price of 7559 2J were here Mouday Mr Hlkw hopes to reorganize tho com Mrs Lucy Hunter is visiting In llarÂ¬ aaay aiid operate it this season dinsburg this week An unusually large number of Makes The Kkws received In yesterdays mall this spring they say ft narked copy of the Kvawvlllo Jour TUa article marked wh headed Ml Hon L E Green of Grayson county HooUl al Famoaal It was a dea la vlaUlag Mr Ike Owen arijtiaMofa baby show in that city Lawrence Yaawk of Oweaabora h Vfeiofc took plaaa Thuwday May 8 vlaiting at Joa Maitiaglyg Tbata vata foriyfoor babtaa aatarad Mlw Joala Leaf of Stockport U vlU Mad Mm Frank Main Mlas Jr AtkaM of LawiapoH baby agatl lag har Bistort Mm Adaox lilt MIm Carria Oanaoa oJAxtai yttid twojrWWaa awanlaa tb tat rii Mi Mftelt wait k la tab diy Mm Jor Mttlfly Saituday W K Mmimm MMirad Saiuday W ww J Babbago and Mis Sallle and Mrs Charles Huyden surrounded by dear friends and near relatives sat by the bed side of their dear and only babe and sadly watched the angel of death creep in and snatch It from them It was two years three months and nine days old Words cannot express the sorrow of tho dear mother father and two loving brothers who seemed to almost dio at the thought of their dear Ob the littlo pets berug forever gone sad words I Forever gone What could sound more heart rending than this hope to Viliui iiiii get no community on p ittor can full PRICE ON GOLD FOIL BOX PAPER Sin WANTED J W M 1 s J Â¬ ihuo m TfWK M CM TL AzmitiM TOMK SH v r nn ut MuAitluir O Awlirr UHL101I1 mm niyi uujii nom tn jnll nt itlL limonil lml oil n chnrgo of week iioro ht- - a ng his enteral n plea of utility AVar col was niul rcojivovl a omoaeouf three joim lu Old Aunt Easter tho v oiltentjm y burled hero on Sunday afternoon at Tho fimlly of Albert Uurklmrt of Ken 3p m ton O wiuremlurotl critically ill by eat largo crowd of friends from lug cun tail fl h Fatlior niotlio anil tort Quite a tliis place attended the marriage of Mr wore nil pal on d uud tho life of tho boy U iilmou ilo pulni of The doctor iiivd Heron and Miss Lucy Fiank tho tmreum T J Jolly and Tom Cain attended lauitii nunttiiz ut Alton ITU nml Al church at Irvington Sunday afternoon bert lllek of Ht IrOtiU two Itinerant were ouurlit lu u wwlft our rent In Preaching by Bro Overton Presiding trailorx tho Forkoil Dour river ut Jncknon Tenn Elder their bMs nwampod nuil Scbultx wa Kltck cmnped Tho Sunday School has begun prepar Â¬ drowned annm illatunco to tho khoro after ri ir ation for Childrens Day The 1st Sun Â¬ Hlelmrd Itoth n blftckunlth or Marion day in June is the time appointed for O win fatally hhot by Wllllum Stall the services mllli a sewing imichlna nitcut Ouuball If you want the highest prlcts for enteral tho 14t bnut aud 0110 entered Slullimlth won arrested your wool chickens eggs In fact all tbo abdomen county Jail Tho ghoot placed kinds of produce take it to G E Drury aud wax the in tho of u nuirrel over an uu rosiilt luir who will sell you goods closer than any paid bluckuulth bill of f 0 body AT OlttTki sMeiit Dead Elyiua O May 1 Catherine Say Overton Blanfoid Roy Cain aud Miss ago ono of tho oldest residents of tliU Blanche Jolly went off to Louisville Friday morning to ba the guesta of Mks county died yesterday her birthday at Lula Nunnelly and attended tho Stato the ago of 03 yearn She was iu good health up to tho time of her death Couveution of the Ep worth League VTreTu Monlrent Several joung men went home In the WownEAX May 10liire hurt uight rain Sunday night but doubtleaa they wrecked tho building or K A Small didnt realize any iBcoveIce for iU OoMipauy wholesale clOtlilertion Beaver alwayi ud a WMtiirfe of feeling and Hall hill Damagu to building and that a fellow rom koau Sunday ktock U5CX night Ratwwn Ut tlark and daylight T J Jolly met V G RUtfeaga at Iry Wbaa Uta alaat la h ffnHln to lowers ftHBPaapaMaaiNthiMrAvViafrmpatlofl infioa Tuuratlay for tha parpaas of ar Known m tha chllUrana koar ranging a program for tfia Braekaa Jetwaaa tha wialer ami wmmfr ridge Otwaljr Sunday Beaoal Uaioa in im uaignt aaa mm 01 uta May WUb tbaaa wo maa aa cowtwlHaa Oosh ua eaown at ttta yaar aae- ia aa ta aUraativaMM of tbo pragmas fgatftamUMCkwfaaiittljttt bo Tip k af- - fa OMWraaa ooou uitH K I Â¬ Â¬ Iiiiii Mlkou mi a n b Ulvu mul Uilu iu Uoo We carry a complete line of till known patent medicines Toilet goods of every description Prices light Â¬ 0 0 S 0 ft 1 w 10000 - 1 w AMON M KINCHELOE 1 HARDINSBURG KY Pounds Wool I 100 Dozen Chickens 1 FOR ONE WEEK CLOSING OUT I I 20cts PER BOX SALES AT WORTH 25c a SLAUGHTERING PRICES i Butter r gjai i Will sell at reduced prices ev- ory Friday and Saturday until All i New and hrt I COMPLETE LINE OF ALL GRADES OF PAPER Stylish Hats i i i i Feiithtr W E BROWN IRVINGTON i are sold Wo reooivo new and stylish goods every uont miss tms rare OjtperMr I ity for Bargatse wk i i Mrs E A BLAINE WATLINCrTON Narf door o Pott OHm BABBAGE i TVtOaWOtT Y a Ui fctSjs u4tyif TJT jaflllN xfrr7W8mvswr jj fF ri riirv riWf f1 fH rfT tu f j V Hf a Breckenridge News rVEDENSDAY THE MAY 12 BftBlOitfillSlKLIDQm Â¬ MWe OLOVEHWM CONDENSED A KY tJOaaSMsrilftrfUfiWi Iriim i iKtyiiltiiiiVJJinViri i SAME OLD CHE8TNUT3 By making the foreigner contribute from 160000000 to 200000000 an nually to get into our market we enable our own people to run their businesi at a American Economitl Organ of Protective Tariff league March 20 1897 profit 1807 An Abscess In tho Stomach Cnusod Croat Suffering Wn Conflnod to tho Bod But Now Ablo to Work my stomach Iwntnio luken u I Hi pleu Â¬ I was risy and roti5li very badly treated by phyiiclm i but did not Improve Igavoupall hopo of ever getting well My right sldowai swollen and 1 vvtu not able to walk across tho room and vvm confined to my bed I was advbed to try Hoods Barsapa Ilia and began taking it In three days 1 could boo a change for tho better 1 kept on taking Hoods Barsaparllla until I had taken four bot- Â¬ tles and continued to Imp ove I am now ablo to don good days work on tho farm M E Manh DemoMvllte Kentucky NEW3 Â¬ 1897 Su fc3 I MAT Tu We 1897 Th In October 1S05 t had an nbuccsi n Ma Fr Sa V 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 I5t ffl 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 I Wii I un4 STEAMSHIP ON MliE SHE HAD JUST LEFT NEW YORK FOR GALVESTON Sarsapariilai JljsIxforS I H B sold by druggists The Fir Made Such IUpld Heaitwny That Ilefore tlia rssusers In the Steernce Could lie Awakened Thirteen of Them and Three of the Crew Were Suffocated Prepared only by C HoodCV Lowell Mass Get Hoods and only Hoods nre the best atter dlnner rlOOU S HlIlS pIlU aid digestion see New York May 10 Tho Mallory lino steamer Loona which left her pier on Saturday bound for Galveston took fire at sea put back and arrived in port last night with 16 corpses on board Tho dead were IS steerago passengers and three members of tho crew who luccumbed to a terrible Are which oc- Â¬ curred off the Delaware capes at an early hour yesterday morning The horror of the story cau hardly be told Those who aro dead were penned up below decks nud although frantic efforts were mado by tho otllcers of the vessel to save them tho firo had gained such ternfio headway beforo tho danger was discovered that all escapo was cut off Say Dingley you might as well como down Youre not Unci Sam getting any chestnuts and youre not fooling votors McKinley had some ex Â¬ perience up that tree its a horse chestnut in 1800 Ho pretended that he was making tho foreigner pay the tax but he Boon found out what tho peo Â¬ Tho bulk of Americans aro both honest ple thought of him and his bill The intelligent voter knows that you cant moke tho foreigner and intelligent pay his tazos and the honest voter prefers to pay his own tuxes You can never make your bill popular by such tomfoolery Tho steamer carried in her cargo many bales of cotton It is not certain how the fire originated but when it was discovered it burst forth with such fury that it was impossible to reach the steerage Even then the steerage pas sengers apparently wero unmindful of the danger else tho smoke- and flames had not reached them The saloon passengers were first aroused and in buch a niunuer as to oc- Â¬ casion little alarm When it becamo apparent that the fire hail cut off tho 6teerago tho captain and his men poured great quantities of water down tho ventilator and tho most frantic efforts were made for tho escapo of thoso penned up In this way eight of tho steerage passen Â¬ gers mado their escapo Tho dead stceragu passengers aro Bridget Sullivan It Catianc Mrs G Guzza Miss Guzza Miss Hannah Solomanson Â¬ Â¬ Now York Myra Wades Two unknown childron Two unidentified Tho dead crew are Alfred Hardy waiter 41 years old Now York Alfred Lang waiter 19 years old Mrs Valcicks Miss Valcicks Sophie Schwart II Hartman butcher -- 7 years old New York The Leona is a schooner rigged steel screw steamer of H829 tons gross and 2831 tons not register She was built in 1889 at Chester Pa Her dimensions nro Length 814 feet breadth 403 feet and depth of hold 203 feet Slio lias three decks and six bulkheads Sno was last surveyed in September 1890 Sho is almost entirely destroyed VESSEL BURNED AT SEA Mie Had Nearly- Keached the End of Her Voyage From Frisco to New York N Beach Haven J Mav JO Tho ship Francis or Now Bedford Mass order proniDitmg a pension claimant under command of Captain A F Smith whose claim has been adjudicated eith and with a crew of 25 men which left er favorably or unfavorably from filing Sau Francisco on the 17th of January papers for its reconsideration if disallast with a general cargo bound for lowed or for an increaso if pension has New York took fire at sea Saturday been issued until cue year from tho and in order to save tho lives of those date of tho previous consideration of tho on board and the ship and cargo if poscase is contemplated by tho commis Â¬ sible she was beached on the south end sioner of pensions and may bo issued of Long Branch six miles below hero soon at 9 oclock Saturday night Tho capTho purposo of tho proposed order is tain and crow reached shore safely and to lesson tho great volume of work conwcfe taken care of by tho crow of the fronting the bureau and to enable it to Littlo Egg Harbor lifesaving station devoto most of the time of the examin Tho vessel was burned to the waters ers to original cluimauts edgo and with her cargo will prove a total loss STEAMER IN AN ICEFLOE Tho captain nud mate left on ono of tho tugs for New York nnd the crow Two Vessels Arrlre at St Johns N P will go by train on Tuesday That Were Iloth Overdue Captain Smiths wifo died at sea on StJoiivV May 10 Tho ovcrduo trip of tho ship He had tho outward IN HJOU1AS REVOLUTION tho body embalmed and sent home by iteamcr Benedick arrived last night Tho United Mutis Crulii r Si ntThcru to train It awaits his arrival in Boston after a 15 days voyago from Liverpool For nearly a week sho was in an icefloe Irotrct Anw rlinii lulir at Tho Francis is a full rigged ship of 1 Sho was out 112 days and unablo to mako any progress 974 tons burden Wamiinotov May 10 11m interests and experienced no unusual weather though sho escaped serious damage of United Staten c tireim at Puerto Cor throughout tho voyage The origin of Tho steamer Coriutha 10 days out tez tho seat of the revolution now in tho fire is unknown from Cadiz which camo into port yes Â¬ progress iu Honduras will bo looked terday morning reports that sho en- Â¬ after by the United States ci uiser Mar LEVEES HOLDING THEIR OWN countered vast fields of ico 140 miles blelicad The vessel is now oil hor way louthcast of Capo Race and mot a num The Mississippi Klver Is Steadily Climbing bor of largo bergs Tho weather was thcro from Key West ordirs having Higher at New Orleans commander lato Satur Â¬ New Ohleans May 10 The river very sovere and her chiof officer had been given herto procoed day afternoon nt once both legs badly injured gaugo is 195 foot nud tho water is stead- Â¬ These orders weie issued nt tho re Â¬ ily climbing higher The southern sec- Â¬ Women and Children In Peril quest of the btate department officials tion of the btato enjoyed fine weather B C May 7 Tho who felt that the United States should Vancouveh yesterday but tho upper portion had steamer Miowera from Australia re bo reprepented in thoso waters by a storms to contend with Nevertheless ports that tho steamer Bothwell Castle warship mi that if oco on shoild ariso the levees held their own in good style took fire 300 miles from Adelaide Tho there might bo no delay in affording work beiug kept up steadily when hatches wero battened down und tho the necessary protection to citizens of needed fight began Water and steam wero this government The latest information received by Tho Burton loveo troubles aro not yet poured into tho hold for three days over Saturdays break is about clewed which finally subdued tho firo There the minister of tho greater republic of but another has developed at tho ox were CO women and faO children on the Central America in this city is that tho tremo southern cud und the large quan- Â¬ ship No lives were lost Only the rebels about Pncito Cortez wero waiting tho shipment of a consignment of arms tity of water passing through is causing shell of tho steamer remains from Belize British Ilonduias nbont uneasiness both breaks however are Klectrlcian llurneil which some troublo had nriseu owing to said to bo under control The police jury und city council of Tims O Mny 7 John B Sharpo tho representations niado to tho officials Baton Houge have voted appropriations an electrician employed in tho Seuoy of that country Nicaragua and Salvador it is believed and massmeetings were held calling electric light works had a narrow es upon the citizens to meet tho emergency capo from death while at work at the already have dispatched troops to the scene of the troublo but as the journey Governor Foster and Congressman Robtop of a plo on Washington street diflicult one ertson wero among the speakers His forearm camo in contact with a lire Is a yet urrived it is probable they have not wire and a holo was burned to tho bone MUST WAIT ONE YEAR ST Ho was securely fastened to tho pole The most rotroaotivo feature of the A Tension OrdeavWhloh Would Lessen a which prevented him from falling and Dingley bill id tho provision for paying Vast Volume of Work when he recovered and was able to do back to the big manufacturers their cam Wjaiukotox May 7 An important Eccud he was uhiioit prostrated paign contributions Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LUUKy MEN he lrosldent Makes a Few Tore Ap Â¬ pointments Washington May 7 Tho presi Â¬ dent has sent tho following nominations to tho Bonato Frederick A Trittlo Jr register of tho laud office at Prcscott A T Morris O Brown to bo receiver of pnblio moneys at Douglass Wy Lieutenant Colonel E Miles First in- Â¬ fantry to bo colonol Major W H Bisbco Eighth infant- Â¬ ry nontenant colonol Captain Benjamin II Rogers Thir Â¬ teenth infantry major First Lioutenant J G Goo Thir- Â¬ teenth infantry captuin Second Lieutenant Ernest B Goso Eighth infantry first lieutenant Private Bert II Merchant First cav- Â¬ alry second lieutenant John N Qunekeubush lato com- Â¬ mander in tho United States navy to bo a commander James M Tyncr of Iudaun lies been appointed assistant attorney general for Mr lyiicr tho postoiBce department ut onco took the oath of office and enon tho dibeharge of his duties tered Collfitlon nf Inlrrrntlns llrms on Various RnliJrrU iim l illy Prrpnrril For til c Itastr ltemtrr In hum IiMIIn ltMirlfilnnl of fprmt 1lilIlliK In i KKtuttimrf IluoMur BuIkkiiii t r lm lxvn xfrlokuti with pn ulvi l ui h 4 In in i lu Y v iy 1ml ion oral nnil M h Hani niin liit iy daughter Kllrulijili uanlirl o nil Sat unln by ltov M L Hilnuiuf ho First Pioshy o lull clinch lmllnii imhIK A foiv family f lemU wero ilit nnly juo U An noon 8 itimlay II t f ullo und D cvot Mnjor Utfiiimil Frank Wliwitau re rod from serv 03 In tho United Stato army having real o I thu ago of 0 years of which llnu I crr lmvo boon spent lu tho service ThomiM llynn n L icni county p lorlcr nttlm Ohio penitentiary Hindu a runnel out of ipjr jilaco It ovor li s mouth ourl Ho vu uncoil then turned on tclousulieii fuuml and It Is believed ho can not recover A knockout bow to tho Rtrlko of lha CoiolIilnti it Sleel company of Clcvtland win delivered by Judge Snjjo lit tho United Hi allowed Iho Slatot clioult court ttiinporary Injunu Ion agalnH them to stand at tlio conclusion of an cshai s Ivo opinion John Kohler a Cincinnati con m islou iiirrohnut bin my t lou ly dhnppoarod Ho was last hen d f om la Cleveland but Inn ill appeared frnu t nit city How us supposed toll io from 11 0l to 11600 on hU person nt tho tlino of h t disappear nnce It U thought ho U luxiiue E KolloRg Heach n rotired capitalist of Chicago committed oulcldo In tho bithv room of hU homo SI No th Stato struct by hlu o lug hiiiHolf In ilia mouth Do hi o nloncy oMtr HI hoi 1 h N Bitppocdto havj boon tho cau ho Mr lleuoli wai a e mluato of Vet Point HU fortuuo U cslmatcd ut about 16000 0 Cance Of the Breast Mr A II Crausby of 158 Kerr St Memphis Tenn says that his wife paid no attention to n small lump which appeared In her breast but it soon dc veloped Into a cancer of the worst type and notwithstanding the treatment 01 the best physicians it continued tc spread and grow rapidly eating twe holes in her breast The doctorr soon pronouncco A her Incurable celebrated NewYorL specialist then treat ed her but she con tinued to grow worst and when Informed that both her aunt and grandmothcrhad LffflsSSSSsVSVV died from cancer hi gave the case up at hopeless Someone then re commended SSS and though little hope remained she begun H and hnJiproTMiMitJas noticed The cancer commenced to heal aud when she had taken several bottles it disappeared entirely nnd although several years have elapsed not a sign ol the disease has ever returned Â¬ Â¬ WOnKS AN AIR3HIP THAT A Successful Flight In it Mmte at the NlMlirlllo Imposition ihn 1 1 kga 1 A Real Blood Remedy guaranteed purely vegetable is a real blood remedy and never fails to cure Cancer Eczema Rheumatism Scrofula or any other blood disease will be mailed free to any nd Professor Arthur Barnard physical in slruclor of tho Y M O A of Nash villo began It journey in nu airship con Â¬ structed by himself Tho oillcials of tho exposition and tho pcoplo attending tho exposition witnessed tho ascent of tho nodal voynger Tho Bhip moved off in perfect order and passed oat of sight In a fow minuted Professor Barnard promised to Bail against tho wind after rising into tho nir nud ho did bo Mr Barnnrd returned with his nir ship last night and said that ho had per fected a niachiiio which will fly under ordinary conditions Ho eaid that it was not porfect nor conhl it bo perfect- Â¬ ly controlled but ho bcllovcd that ho could porfect it so that its courso could bo controlled After disappearing from viow yesterday tho ship circled around tho navigator hoping to meet with a fa vornblo current At last tho ship bo gnn to sail to tho West and Mr Barnard says as far ai Watkins it villago 18 miles west of tho city turned and when fodr milos from Nnslivillo tho gas iu tho balloon attachment began to give JlUbfi Ho then sought a safo placo to do- Menu uuu uiiuo uuwu euaiiy iiuiiu aloft a sudden gust broko ono of the spans of tho ship No othor damago was dono Tho timo ho was aloft was ono nnd a half hours Ho was return ing along tho lino of tho outward light when ho was forced to lahd Â¬ Â¬ TciincfiHeo centennial tttjKwitioit grounds Nabiivhxk May 7 Yesterday ofc tho iA r 1 ANNEXATION OF HAWAII SSS Ilenresentatlre King of Utah Ilns Intro- Â¬ duced Much n lCcsolutlon In Congress uur uooks Swift Crimes unit Casualties dress A Big Four potsjnger tuiln ran down nnd fatally Injured IVnrl Want not 14 ou a trestle across Tioityoieck licarWa b i ih I ml Co Specific Atlanta Ga HE OWfcD sss Clan-nn-Ga- Otcir Ulttlngor 83 of Wllllamsport Iud was drowned lu tho Wabash river at that p ato Ho wan out lu a small boat fish n r and had au oplloptlo fit nud foil Into tho river 1 itido Tuekor hot and fatally wound ed Olllo Tollu nt Orangeburg Ivy Thoy aro brothors-ln-lTho tingedy was tlo result of nu old grndgo hoth nro tho a lie lreferrcil Â¬ boih of lending fiiiiurs Tollo was tho aggressor Jiunoi T Cnron n Virginia lunntlo who cscnprd ftom tho asylum n fuv mouths ago jumped from a fast moving train at Hosby Vn nud win lustaiitly killed Ho win once n prominent lawyer of Richmond Vn Laurens Tuoltor and wlfo wont fishing on the Kuo eo river Laurens county S O Four child ou itudor 10 yenri of itro woro locki d lu tho hou o In somo way tho b illdiug caught lire aud win con sumed Tho littlo nuoi woro cremated Joseph Kuj o 1 nnd John Wright prom Incut nud wealthy fa mars residing near Corydon Iud engaged in a qunricl and Huporc struck Wriglit ovor tho hond with a boo crushing his skull causing instant death Hupurt is lu jail charged with murÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ der Till In res The Clovelnnd Iapor company has been placed In tho hnmW of a rocelver upon Its own nppllcailon bt JmluO Dellenbaugh Noiton T lit ri qtinllllid as receyjr Denton Ambtusj hatdwnro moicbant of Ashland O hat nslgued to Frank Patterson his store nud re htencc and n house lu Polk Liabilities J 6 JO intets 7000 Mamlovlllo Comp my largo cnrrlago mauufactuiers at Now Haven Conn cis Pottor as tnutoo Tho h ad of tho firm Httrlbutjs its falluro to lose of 10 000 tovenil jeirs ago tbiough a trusted employe and tho later business depres sion Dentin Glon Harvey 1J years old died nt tho home of his pit en iu Indianapolis from tbo effects of swallowing some washing nodn Joslnh Glovur of Jeffor o i ojunty O died of pin alyls aged 8 years Ho died on tbo farm uhOio ho was born und con tluuoiuly lived Nellie Noon nged 10 an lnninto of tha Sisteikuf thu i od Sheplieid convent nt JelTersonvllle Iud died m a result of in June i ecivod w lulo iittompcing to escapo u fuw d iy ago I hne madoau inslgnmout naming Fran Â¬ They Shine For All AAAAA AArAAA AAlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVSSAAWAAW rsoual Major Lewis ilute- - has resigned from thu uuoilcaii Tobacco company Ill BiaGEH and BMGHTEE than EVEH BEFORE wvyVWVWVW A I i Jidgo F T Hntd of Columbus Ind who was iu bo liartholomow countys riuco at o andidaio fur congress to suo Leed Judge jlolniau deceased has pub lished a ciitd positively forbidding his iiaiuo to bo u oil MayorS long of Now York city has io uprohi ed ienonl Anson G McCook fo me ly of Ohio city chainborlalu Gen eral Mctooks term is for fojr years and the salary Is fSOvO a year out of which he payu tho cloiks lu thu ollice Â¬ healih We believe in giving our customers the Worlds Best at the Worlds Cheap- Â¬ est and our belief is strongly exem- Â¬ plified in our new Spring and Sum mer assortment of Â¬ We are Continually studying the needs of the People wo deal with and endeavoring to give them a BETTER QUALITY for LESS MONEY DRY tjOODS CLOTHING Boots Shoes Goods MIE Furnishing DOLLAR Oan we win than they can find elsewhere your patronage by Square Dealing and Liberal Treatment in Every Way AAAAAAAAiAVAAAAAAAAA Hats Caps Notions Etc Which you will find Perfect in Satisfac- Â¬ Millinery Department We haye engaged the services of MISS GEORGIA UNSEL for this season She has a high reputa- Â¬ tion as a Trimmer Would be pleased to have you call get prices and Bee the New Goods A In go farm barn of ox Coiumlsstomr Abraham Cildor a 1 cmt of Lima O Loss was bin nod i to p irtly luuied It wnssut ou Are by a iinmp A large double 3 stoy frnmo building boloujlng to the New York and Perry Coal company at tjhuwuei O was totally 600 Insured desiioyid by flro Logs A largo htook a id grain barn situated ou tin U N Tvachnur land 10 miles southeast of Winchester O was burned to thu ground Loss 1 4000 lusuranco I 0 0 Alliort Adam i who nays his homo is In Have hill Muss was sentenced nt Rich mond Iud to tho penitentiary for ono year having omovd a plea of guilty to the Â¬ THE MARKETS ltevlew of the Grain and Lhestuok kets For Mar 10 CluclnuutI Toliauuu Market New Old Mar Â¬ and Hays members of tho old pension board have refused to turn over tho ex Â¬ aminers books and documents to Drs Thoiss and Boerstler their recently ap- Â¬ pointed successors taking tho Btand that tho civil servico rules protect them from removal without cause When tho now members made a for Â¬ mal doraand for tho proporty of the board yesterday they mot with a polito but very Arm refusal Miner Killed Tho caso has been appealed to tho Jackson O May 7 Bert Blackford civil servico commission and a decision nged 21 years wns killed at Victor miao by that body is awuitcd with iuterest near Coalton yesterday Blackford had In tho meantime tho old board is hold on and examining applicants for just mado n shot and was roturuing to ing Tho now members hnvo pensions his room to remove the coal when a raised tho question of tho legality of hugo mass of slUo which had been loos- Â¬ such examinations ened by tho discharge fell killing him TO SAVE THE LAST BUFFALO instantly His body could not bo re moved for some timo after tho uccidont The Interior Department Has a lropusl- owing to the sizo of tho f tllou mass tlou lroiu IlufJUlo Jones Muy 8 Washington J ll it go Thomas lowing Head Buffalo PrrTSBunci Mny 10 Judge Thomas Jones of Oklahoma who is at prcsont iu Ewing died last night of pneumonia tho city has mado tho luterlor depart nfter an illness of only foar days Ho ment a proposition to corral the rem was 70 years old nnd litis been on tho nant of tho once mighty herd of Ameri bench for 23 years Ho wns a member can bison Practically nil of those ani- Â¬ of the state constitutional convention lu mals left in n wild state are in the Yel187U which promulgated Pennsylva lowstone National park and Mr Jones nias present constitution nud has been says they do not exceed SO in number many prominent in legal circles for Ho is an authority on burfaloes and years he says that if the romalnlug animals nro to be preserved thoy must be gath Jealousy Causes a Iluublo Tragedy ered at onco as tho gamo in the park CiHCAao May 10 Freeman O Bnrd mercilessly slaughtered the uer a carpenter yesterday shot Ida has beenyears Mr Jones says the su Â¬ Miller alias Ida Droyer nt tho Acme past two aban Â¬ hotel in Twenty second street and then perintendent of the park 1ms singlo doned all hopo of preserving a Both will dio Tho specimen The secretary has not acted shot himself shooting caused a small pnnio in tho upon tho proposition hotel Jealousy was tho cause of the for fifty Cents tragedy Tho woman came hero from Guaranteed tobacco habit oure makes wenU Appelton Wis men stronir blood pure Wo l All dru njists Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kansas City May 10 Mnjor Henry McNnmnrn a veteran of tho Fenian army that iuvndcd Canada in I860 aud again iu 1870 and who was later prom incut in tho Iuvinciblcs and kindred Irish bociotics killed him self last night rather than suffer tho disgraco of being sued for 20 debt An acquaintance who had lamed him tho monoy threatened nrrest if it wero not paid McNnmnra had been unablo to seenro work and could not meet tho de- Â¬ mand Major McNamara wns 60 years old and formerly camo from Boston where ho now has n brother iu tho employ of tho customhouse Ho wns a member of tho Grand Army of tho Kopublio hav Â¬ ing served with distinction through tho Union army Ho was a nowsiinper writer and had dono work on dailies in tho southwest for years Ho leaves a wifo Wuslilncton Attorney Drownril Vashinotox May 10 William Hal lett Phillips a well known nttorney nnd prominent club man of this city was drowned yesterday while sailing on tho Potomao river lie wns knocked over- Â¬ born d by tho shifting of tho boom Tho body has not beon recovered Mr Phil lips was unmarried und resided with his mother who holds a prominent placo in social circles hero Tho decoded was counsel for tho Cuban junta iu this city Ilosse Hall at Kenyon College Hurtled Mount Vkhnon O May 10 Rosso Hall at Kenyon College burned Sunday morning Tho loss on the building which was totally dostroyed was only 10000 but tho hall hud a historic interest It was built fiO years ago with monoy raised iu England by Bishop Mcllvaino Lords Gambier and Kenyon and Lady Rosso contributed most of tho money and tho hall wns named in honor of Lady Rosso True Uoiioolonco Paws May 10 An anonymous donor has sent tho sum of 37500 to tho com mittco of management of tho charity bazar in tho Ruo Jean Gonjon which was tho scene of last weeks terrible tragedy from flro This amount with tho proceeds of the first dnys salo 1800 equals tho full receipts of tho bazar of 1800 aud tho committee is thus enabled to mako distribution as beforo Â¬ Â¬ TWENTY DOLLARS Dcnth to the Discrace Heine Sued ftf Wasiiinqtov May7Roprcsontutivo King Democrat of Utah has introduced a resolution for tho annexation of Ha- Â¬ waii Tho resolution declares that citi Â¬ zens of tho United States somo of whom reside iu tho islands have cxton sivo financial interests thcro that many of tho citizens wero formerly citizens of tho United States and by the ties of aflluity and consanguinity nro indissol ubly bound to this government that tho rights and liberties of tho Hawaiian pcoplo nro guaranteed by its constitu- Â¬ tion but that tho perpetuity of the ro publio is not assured by reason of efforts to securo European control or Asiatic domination Tho resolution declares that tho territory may bo received into tho Union whenever tho govemmout of Hawaii shall cede it to tho United States tho president of tho United States to receivo it by proclamation nnd congress to make laws for its government It is provided that tho laws of tho United States for tho exclusion of Chinese shall apply to tho islands and no Chinese there shall bo permitted to enter the United States Tho nppointmcut of a commission of three by tho president to act with a liko commission of tho Hawaiian govern- Â¬ ment is provided for Â¬ EFFECTS OF THE TARIFF BILL An Imuieme Itusli of Mexican Cuttle Into tho United Mate Kassas City May 10 Tho prospect- Â¬ ive duty on Mexican cattle as proposed in the pending tariff bill has resulted in an unprecedented rush of Mexican cattle into the United States Tho representatives of tho Kansas City bureau of animal industry of tho United States department of agriculture show that the impor 8 of Mexican cattle for the month of April wero 2T 044 the greatest in tho history of this countrys cattlo trado with Mexico The imports for March generally ex Â¬ ceeded tho imports for any provions month but tho Murch flgnreo wero exceeded in April by ovor 27000 head The importation of 73044 head in April is compared with 14005 in April a year ago About two thirds of tho cattlo im- Â¬ ported wero entered at Nogales and El Paso Â¬ -- 8 HOLDING ON TO OFFICE Itemoved Members of a lonslon Hoard Itefuse to Surrender Akron O May 7 Drs Waldron ii Ira- - Offoriugifor tht week Hojeo lon for the rook Ao unl aide for tho eok Ilhdc 40 ls7 731 7 8 AlOTHEBDEAL Worth of Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes bought for Spot Cash and at Our Own Price We intend to put these goods on sale ant make the greatest SENSATION ever heard of Con- suit your interest and attend this Sale tion and Reliability It is our intention them such B for iho week 707 iUu price on thu I4t7 hhds ranged an 9l hhiWuoiw laSaifiSctaiJ Wt follows 183 f lu6 UJj 70 1637 i ii loUO 05 10oJt 05 I Hoelps 1030 v6 1 111 TtO 10 - and purposo to treat every one who enters our eacablibhment so well and to give HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR tiditi lucmlJ Wi 11 173 I16d28 tl at 05 Ui 75 hhds 68 Itiaf 08 filial ii oj 8542 Irhh Lawns jc gcj DOLLARS 1 430 81 IS GOOD VALUE for EVERY they Invest that they will come back again and again WANT WOOLPQUHDS Ilttsbiirg- AJSfAASfAVVVMAA Jacob a Meyer nt 20000 Prime 15 104S 6 fooders 3 76A1 40 hulls utags ana cows I J 004 9 75 llog Prime light 1 1 154BI VO heavy II OOOt t common o fal IJ 60 Kxtra 14 li 41 35 good J bOOl 6 romiuon Uj choice tl lamb f5 OCdJS 15 veal ouyu 14 60i 3 6 Catlo it I o pieces of Fancy Csllcocs worth 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