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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w -- r lir tti ritfi THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XXI CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 19 1897 NO 44 4 X TOM AND CONTINUOUS ADVERTISING COMPELS ATTENTION JERRY IN URUGUAY HVOLUTION Has Cluerfd Afti r n lllooly ltal- tin at Tron Arbalet Waktiixihos May 15 Recent mail advices lrnm Uruguay received hero Btuto tlmt tho revolution 1ms been checked nf t r a bloody battlo nt Tres It itti TURKS DEMANDS DEFINITE ACTION t Ci- - Not That in tho Liquid Form But Aro Almost Unlimited and Exceed Referring With Apology to by Far the Expectations of Atlalcs in wlilch a largo number of tho revolutionist wero killed nnd their lend Czar Tom Reed and Every Ono They era driven to tho frontier TO MY FRIENDS IN BRECKENEIDGE COUNTY Owing to my official duties May Bo Takon By Congross This Week with Roforenco to tho Cuban Question WILL RELIEVE ALL AMERICANS Who aro Destitute Cuban Beliger oncy May Bo Reconnized l SOCKLESS Of JERRY SIMPSON 16T the Bewhl8kered State of Kansas Jerry First Speech Â¬ REED AS A CROSS EXAMINER WASHINGTON In Special Mry 18 tlio little room In tho Mioreham liotcl which Speaker Iced una us n llbrnry hangs n framed woodcut plcturo taken from tliu pages of nn Illustrated paper of many yeiirn npo Ibis picture marks tho beginning of ngord lciil of tho recent political Istory of this country It duplets thopceno when Tom Hocil won his spurs ns of tonpicfs n member It wns just SO years ago when Mr Had ciimo down hero rts a green congressman nnd tho Hayou Tllden Imbroglio was tho miwtlon of tho hour Nothing cli o was talked of A special comnilttro to lnvostlguto tho 1870 election wan ordered nml Heed was luoky enough to get a plnco upon It Garfield Hale and others who had mora reputation declined to serve because they wero afraid they might get into trouble Reed accept ed what they had refused and It turned out to bo n good tiling for hhu that ho did Tho committee it will be roinorabcrcd was known as tho Potter committee from tho name of its chairman Its first fcrlous work was an examination of tho witness Anderson conducted by Colonel William It Morrison tho famous Democrat from Illinois Ho induced tho witness to mako revelations which scandalized tho coun- Â¬ try and mmlo tho Republicans feel very lok That was on Friday Tho next morning Governor Claflln ono of tho Re publican managers of that day carao to Washington Ho mot Reed and said to Â¬ Â¬ At tho samo timo tho govcrnmont has seen fit to nllny public discontent by taking into tliu ministry sovoral lcadors who hero toforo havo been regarded as leaders In tho seditions inovoment Tho minister of war Ccucral Diaz gavo way for this purpose to General Perez who was noting president of tho committee oflicially denounced as seditious and revolutionary This is accept- Â¬ ed as the flint step toward making terms with tho revolutionists although a strict censorship of tho press prevents any construction being placed on tho conno of tho government Tho lighting has been bloody tho deaths reaching into tho hundreds Tho president has issued u proclama- Â¬ tion congratulating General Muuiz on his last success in dispersing tho revolutionists and a dress sword is to bo pro Bciited to him Tho government forces havo been re- Â¬ inforced by mobilizing tho national guard mado up of 0000 men and largo consignments of arms and ordnance havo been received from Bolgium Â¬ Â¬ THREATEN MORE TROUBLE If Their Demands aro Not Forthwith Acced to GREEKS ARE BADLY BEATEN - f RICHARD COKE DEAD Ho Itcprciented Texas In the United States Senate For Klchteen Years nxd Colco died It- - I L His remains will bo embalmed and lio in stato nt tho mansion until Sunday at 10 n iu when tho funeral will tako placo It will bo u state funeral SountOiri liills nud Chilton and Con- Â¬ gressman Henry wero notified also Governor Culbenxm and ex Governor Hozg Waco Tex May 14 Senator Rich at 1 C0 this morning IV it L 1 1 to fa- f- - 3tR Jtl c f V What Is tho roattorwlth all our fol lows They appear to hnvo run away slnco that man Anderson mado his confessions I cant find ono of our men Guess thoy must bo in hiding soinowhero drawled Well well cbungo all that Reed What oro you clug to dof Inquired tho governor I am going to cross cxnmluo that fellow Anderson urd tear him all to lKcos Reed m Cros Examiner When the Republican managers heard of this they tried to coax Reed off They paid It would be n mistake Even If An derson was a liar ho was a smart one and It would 10 imposslblo to catch him A failure to shako bin testimony would hurt tho Republican causo But Rccd stuck to his purpose Ill mako that chap trot or jump tliu harness ho said The noxt Monday tho commlttca met In again and Reod wmt at Anderson half un hour ho had his witness on tho run Is safo to say thdt n witness novcr before It had such on uncomfortable two hours of It before n congressional committee Tho confessions which Rccd wrung from him became tho sensation of tho day All tho nowspapora took It up Tho illustrated papers mado pictures of tho scono It was n great day for the now congressman from Ho was an unknown man no Idalno longor That ono feat mado him fumous Jerry Simpson says ho enjoys speaking to thohousoof representatives when things are lively Ho likes a fight abovo all otbor things When there is n storm on tno leg- Islatlvo waters and the spray Is flying It reminds him of his first speech Many years ago Jerry Simpson was n sailor bo- fore tho mast Later ho rose to bo tho crp- tain of a vessel on tho great lakes and In 1S78 ho was in command of tho bark Rut- tor which left Chicago Into in October and Tho bark was ran Into a dreadful storm I In tow of a steamer but tho hawser parted V in tho storm and tho bark was set adrift fltinllw iul1n1 tin In olinnl enrnr nfT CI Ludlngton Mich where a lifeboat tried to resoue tho Imperiled sailors but found tho son running too hlnh Thon a covcrn- I ment tug came out and tried to tako tho I men off Tho tug brought out n lot of I lonsshorcmen who wero to try to savo tho t nnrnn nf the bark and thov would have succeeded no doubt if tho storm had not Just then broken out with redoubled fury Tho cargo was of rye nnd every sailor knows that that is slippery stuff to hnvo In the hold of n vessol at tho mercy of tho winds and waves A Narrow Escape The ryekept running to ono sldo till our ehlp was Bays Mr Simpson frightfully listed nnd In fact tho water was standing anklo deep upon tho lco sldo of our deck Tho Beas wero now running pretty high and It looked as If wo wero In a tight fix I ordered tho longshoremon to take to the rigging and to hold on with a doath grip in order to avoidbclng In n few minutes tho crew washed away nnd I had to do tho same thing Wo climbed Into llio upper rigging with the seas boiling through and over our poor craft below us I felt particularly sad when I saw my trunk and all my best clothes go floating by By this time tho ship was pounding very hard on tho bot Â¬ tom nnd us overy big sen struck her I thought it would bo the Inst nnd that ho would break In two nnd go to pieces Fully 5000 peoplo wero gathered on tho shoto watching our strugglo against tho ek n nts nnd wondering it we should bo able to rvech tho shoro nllvo Twenty four hours wo stuck to tho rigging nnd pretty dreary work it was you way Im- Â¬ agine But wo knew tho gallant crews of tho life saving servico wero comiug nnd wo had encouragement to hold out Fi Â¬ nally tho lifeboat reached usaiul tho long Â¬ shoremon wcio sent nshoro on the first trip Then tho crew nnd I followed When we stepped upon tho shore tho people gavo us n royal welcome Thoy gathered about w with dry clothing with hot coffco nnd food Nothing was too good for us As soon m wo had been warmed nnd fed they Meted I should tell them all nbout tho They led tho way to a publlo shipwreck - Ml set wo upon tho platform and toldme te m ahead In this way I was into make my first speech In public I think it wns the beat spoecn i over Â¬ Â¬ him Ill Â¬ IKNATOH COKE nicMird Coko was born March 13 1829 Ho was a Virginian and was ed- Â¬ ucated at that famous od institution William and Mary college Ho was ad- Â¬ mitted to tho bar when but 21 yoars of ago and has since practicod law constantly when not in tho public service His homo ha boon in Waco sinco 1850 He served iu tho Confederate army fli 1805 ho was appointed district judge Ho was nominated by tho Democratic party for judge of the stato supremo court iu 1800 nud elected In 1807 he returned to tho practico of law and was elected governor of Toxas in 1873 by u majority of 50C00 Ill 1870 ho was re elected by a majority of 102 000 resigning Dec 1 1877 after having been elected tho previous April to tho United States senate He was re elected in 18811 and ngain in 1880 and voluntarily rotired from publio life two years ago uf tor serving 18 years in tho Â¬ Â¬ COXSTAWTINOHLK J i 17 Tl o porto has replied o li ial y to fin nof of tho powers and decliiiis to ajjreo to an arm istico until tho following coud tions aro accepted Tho annexation of Thes aly Turkish nn indomuity of tlOOOfO money and tho aliolit on of tho capitula- Â¬ tions Tho porto proposes that plenipo- Â¬ tentiaries of the powers should meet at Phnrsaloi to discuss tho terms of peace and declares that if theso conditicae aro declined tho Turkish army wiUccntluuo to advance Tho demand for tho annexation of Thcssaly is based upon tho fact that the province wa3 originally ceded to Greece on tho advico of tho powers with the object of ending brigandago and Greek incursions into Ottoman territory tho porto believing at the time that the ces- Â¬ sion would attain these objects but tho recent incursions of Greek bauds and tho events immediately precoding tho war havo proved to the contrary This is the snlwtinco of tho reply Tho ambassadors met yesterday to consider tho portos answer which is regarded us raising an extroinely grave issro It is believed that representa- Â¬ tions will bd mado to the sultan personally to induco a modification of theso tenni but it is foreseen that this will bo v ery diUonlt owing to tho attitndo of the pow erfnl old Turkish war party If tho porto should prove obdurate a European oiiferenco is not improbable although nt present Russia is opposed to this It is regarded as quite certain that tho pow oh will not consent to a retroces- Â¬ sion of Thcssaly Even Germany is believed to bo leoluto on this point be causo it would involve a violation of tho Berlin treaty and imperil tho peaco of the Balkans Altogether tho reply of tho porto has caused the greatest surprise It appears that during the discussion of tho note from tho powers by tho coun- Â¬ cil of the saltans ministers nows readied the council that 3000 Greeks had landed nt Palona und were march- Â¬ ing to Janiun with tho iutoutiou of cooperating with other forces from Arta This created u bad impression among tho ministers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ not had time to make such a canvass in this county as I desired and I must de- pend on my friends and my record as a public officer to secure my nomination for re election in the Democratic Precinct Conventions I ask my friends in every precinct to not fail to attend their Precinct Conventions on Saturday JIay 22 at 2 oclock and select Delegates to the County Convention who are favorI know I can able to my nomination win easily if my friends will attend the Â¬ Â¬ I have AKltffi POWDER Absolutely Pure CO PROGRAM OF THE SENATE Conventions Respectfully T R McBEATH Epirus wiiii Cooiiol Constantinidls as his chief of staff Coonol Lombrits has been appointed chief of staff to tho crowu prince General Smolciiski bolioves that ho can hold his own und is still confident of tho pluck of his troops which has already beon shown threo times PROMINENT FARMER DISAPPEARS Iio Started Atray With Ills Pockets Full of Money and Foul Flay Feared flvo miles west of this city is greatly ox Bremen Ind May 17 Tho vicinity SEVERAL BATTLES FOUGHT Heat of Eouato mi IMteHy mmI WravHy fciietty wm urevity ut On kl way to the Qfjus MfrlM l New York toM obo of nU tka fc ak ouly riMuld tba Urn I wtBbcf Mid M MeKlntay ti 0mm1 Owns oiMMtold na nudinos NfWtaUoti for IHibU MM fcto VwMm MaKlnky la gaining quit a Stly tkt ptfrJ pildv nddrkM alnoq rrtTini Inw4r la KngUtd i 4 poo- 0QMt7 to hkt Mwtatte lwwt wt I9- fPpT Ml wBPPWWPli aW SETTLeDAT Ex Cotirefiitnan S It Mallory KleetoJ United Matr Senator Tallahassee Fla May 15 Stephen R Mallory of Peusa cola was elected United States senator yestorday tho voto on tho 2Cth ballot of the contest that began April 20 stand Â¬ ing Mallory 5i W D Chiploy 44 Wilkinson Call 1 Chiploy camo ho near election Thurs day lacking only threo votos whilo the opposition was divided among four can- Â¬ didates that the leaders of the forces hostile- to him sought u coinpromiso can- Â¬ didate A caucus in tho senate cham ber that night was tho outcomo Sover al ballots wero taken in which tho leading candidates wero Mnllory Rnnoy At 2 oclock yesterday and Hookor morning tho caucus camo to un agree Â¬ ment upon Mnllrry Upon tho mcotng of tho joint as Bombly at noon tho new candidate for tho first time Mneo tho balloting begun was brought imo tho contest without a preliminary nominating speech When tho last name was reached on tho roll Chiploy 49 Mallory tho vote stoul 47 two liumos h iving beeu passed HeprosentatAH Morgan who had previously supported Chipley and who had not yet voted then jrnvo hU ballot Rawls Representative to Mallory broKo ms pair in no claimed no was authorized to under tho existing cir- Â¬ cumstances and throw his vote for Mallory This made tho resnlt a tio Paiuiemoumtn prevailed for a timo the partisans of both candidates jump ing upon tho desks and choirs and waving their arms fiaulically iu offorts to mako tlr wives heard At length Souator Bar el was ncognled and he changed his voto fron Oulploy to MUlory Threo others followed suit Tho voto wus veriiied us ttated above and President Purnnoi formally de clared Mallory oleoted Senator Muilory spoko bef oro a largo gathering in tho houte of representatives last night Ho said that hti in Â¬ dorsed ull or the plan a of the Chicago platform dwelling particularly on the financial queston and advocating tho frco c iuoge of silver nt tho ratio of 10 to 1 regardless of foreign countries Ho did not express decided views ou tho tariff question Stephen Rnsaell Mnllory was a mem ber of tho Ffty socond uud Fifty third congress froiu the First Florida district Ho lives iu Pensacola whero he was born in 188 Ho entered tho Confed erate wmy Jn Virginia iu tho fatt of 1884 twtd lter tervod as a mldsldpnuin iu the CoNfederste navy After the war ho entered Georgetown college District of ColumbU Mid utter gnWHuqon taught ftcuoal Mid studied law Iu 1874 he returned to Pesoon mid since then ha pi not ood law iu Florida ud sJeo boen iutrreud aetivcly iu polUlos wt iug In both brauches of the state legis tymr besld the utlotul house of rep- m Mteru ae LAST Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the right but Tills Dispatch Comes From Conttautlnuple ConstantixoiLK May 17 Tho coun- Â¬ cil of ministes met again yostcrdayand tho sultan has ordered a distribution of troops nt various points along tho Sa louica railway Oftlcial dispatches have been received from tho commandant at Janina who says that a division of the Greek forces approaching tho town by a narrow gorgo from the direction of Gromeuitza charged the heights of Griborom nnd Kououari but suffered heavily losing 200 killed whilo on the other sido the Greeks wero driven back upon Pa raskovi The commandant states also that fighting has occurred nt Kumu Turks Got the sados Jo further details are givon except that all theso battles lasted until oven iug nud that the imperial troops reÂ¬ nnd tho fighting renewed on tno morrow No stutcniont is made us to tho Turkish losses Tho Turkish commander at Luros tel egraplis uuder yosterdays date us folTho outcomo of a desperato lows battlo lasting two days against a force of 15000 Greeks is that tho latter havo abandoned the position on tho heights they had previously captured and havo withdrawu to tho olivo groves of Gro- Â¬ meuitza Â¬ Â¬ ity that tho Greokswill be tained their poiition with tho probabil Â¬ reorced DOMOKOS IN DANGER The Turkish Forces Are Advancing the Oreek Stronghold on clted over the sudden disappearance of Alexander KliTtr a prominent farmer Mr Kiffer sold his farm several days FOUR KILLED AND OTHERS DYING ngo and on Wednesday camo to Bre Almost nn Entire Family Wiped Out by a men und drew a largo hum of money nt tho bank with tho intention of pur Â¬ Holler lSxploslou Ky May 17 As tho result chasing another farm Glaroow Killer started to drivo to Bourbon n of a boiler explosion at Wards sawmill near Randolph Metcalf comity four villago 12 miles south of this city and men wero instantly killed two others that was tho last hcird or seen of him horse and will die from their injuries uud nearly The next morning Kiffers load near buggy wero found in tho an ontiro family was wiped out of ex- Â¬ Bourbon but not tho slightest clow can istence J D Ward and Tom Ward bo learned as to tho misiiiig man one of his sons owners of tho mill and Gravo fears aro entertained that ho has Gcorgo Brown and Simon Kirkpatriek beon murdered for his money Officers aro now Fcouriug tho country wero killed outright Kiffer has a wifo and three children Virgil Hundley wns fatally hurt William another of Wards sons had who are almost distracted over his dis both legs broken and is dying whilo appearance George a third son of Ward was badly SPECULATORS FR GHTENED Insufficiency of scalded b- - steam lkonetcr Coutlnuo Genuine invutur water in the boiler caused tho oxplosion limine For Oil The mill w as torn to pieces mil May 14 Tho Alexandria AN AWFUL BOjLEREXPLOSION by tho Ecaro causid Four Men Killed ami Three Others Terri- Â¬ damage H j tt lilod by tho statu gas subly Maneled pervisor nnd fios cuto S uiuhiti of this TirroxviLLn Ky May 14 A saw Â¬ county ha t ooai d tho city of wildcat mill boiler exploded on Reel Foot river oil speculator several miles from here killing Ed Patlui iopitentiit Ives of tho Standard terson and Dink Hodges whito and nnd other wol known companies aro two colored men whoso ojaiuoii could still hum uud aro nipully sinking nioro not bo learned Throe outer men wero wells They iissort that they aro not terribly mangled and will dio disturbed oor the oitcoino of tho prosOuo man was blown into pieces and ecution us proviom decisions havo beeu tho fragments t cattered for 200 yards rendered in similar controversies The null was a Hinall portublo affair and There is no doubt that when more oil had just located on tho river It is said is struck this city will be again filled tho water was ran lu tho boiler whilo with speeUiitois and boomer tho latter was too hot Cincinnati After tlittO A It IJiiLniiipiiient Tho chamber OiNCtNN iti May 14 Mistook Ills llrother For a llurelar Dayton I May 17 Clarcuco Wolf of commerce and other orgdiiizatous of aged 10 years shot and mortally Cineinnati havo appointed a coninitteo wounded his brother Gcorgo whom ho of 10 headed by beue al Audiow Hick buffalo to sccnio tho to mistook for n bur lur at u late hour cnloopor hero go totho national of Satnrtly uight beorgo had loft tho locution tho Grand vruiy of thoeneanip Repub ment of room or soio en se and returning can lio iu IHM The uatoual eiieampmout tjouidy so us no to aroaso his brother iO years uud for was iu tho doorway when Clareuco has not been held here secure effort awoko Seeing thp f nn of a mail and a vigorous year will be made to sapposing him to bo a b irglar Clareuco it for next toon 1mm btiteu h hi plllo v u rovolver One Man Sorluiialy Hurt Tho brother fell with u nud bred Cincinnati May 1 i Caution crackgronu The family vuis iiwukoned and ers uud material used iu their manufactho identity of the young man was thou ture oxpkded ut tho Herms Childo dhjcoveied Fostcrberg flroworks factory on Main Double TriiBi dy Jutt After Church street in Reading Thursday afternoon Tacoma May 17 John Arthur Mc and one employe Sam Scherloh was ho building u hut of Caity a Northern laciiio conductor seriously hurt shot uud kiled hiiusef and wlfo at wood 12 by 12 foot about 20 feet from Tho shooting took tho main bailding was wrecked noon yesterday placo iu front of their homo just as Wllllui to succeed Iloliiiau thoy wero retaining from church Mc Ind May 14 Hon BitowNsrowN Carty was formerly yuidmaster at Jutnos 1 Applowhito one of tho lead Spruguo iug attorneys of this county will bo a An Old Lady Drops Dead caudidiito for tho Domocratio nominaMay 15 Mrs tion to succeed tho late Congressman Zaneskield O Josoph Tuylor n very prominont lady llolmtiu This county is the baunor nud ouo of tho pioneers of tho county Democratic county in the district aud dropped dead at her home near hero his friends feel that Mr Applowhito is entitled to the nlaco Levees Holding Out at Her Orleans 17 Tho river New Ouleans May lliw lie Guessed It stands stationary hero and the levees She I dout see uuythlug so terrify aro reported iu good condition all along iug iu death tho line At Mclvillo tho Atchafullaya Ho Why didnt you toll mo you fell ono tonth in 24 hoars and tho bo havo frioutls liof is general that a steady decline liar wore from Philadelphia I Twinkles tlicro myself set iu Â¬ Â¬ niueh-tulked-Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WM I irov Jf y 17 Tho honso leaders hie not yet dcided upon tho methods by which they will make their respoiuo to the pie idents message which will bo sent to congress early this week asking for relief for tho bturviug Americans iu Cuba That tho rcsponso will be quick uud comploto howevir there is no reason to doubt Iu the present condition of affairs in tho houso threo methods of proceduro uro open Ordinarily the message would go to tho committeo on foreign affairs for consideration and that committeo would report u bill which would como back to the houo for action through Tho speaker tho regular channels could iu tho pre i nt emergency simply appoint this committee and let tho wholo subject tako the regular course But it is hardly likely that this will be done Tho subject is so well understood that It w ill probably bo thoupht that tho members with tho mofigo and accom- Â¬ panying documents which tho president will transmit befoio them can act in- Â¬ telligently withoit a rommittco report If tho committee is not appointed two other courses will be open First nf tor tho receipt of the tuessago a bill may bo formulated bV the leaders and a special order reported by the committee on rules for its consideration This would bring tho wholo question at onco before tho house for action But this method would bo disadvantageous perhaps in that both houses struggling to tho samo end simultaneously would act on different bills thus entailiug deluy for adjustment of difiercnco in conference The most likely conrso is that the house will await tho action of tho seiiato if action is had promptly and then consider the senate bill or joint resolution under a special order Tho sentiment iu favor of tho recognition of tho Cuban insurgents is strong in tho house aud a very radical measure could bo passed if tho house wero With a senate allowed free action measure dealing only with tho question of the lelief of tho safferiug Amoricans beforo tho house under a special order possibility of amendment would bo cut off and the horse would bo compelled to accept or reject it us passed by the sen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and Asiutes the food aealnat alum and hralthfulness all fotms of adulteration common to the cheap brands ROYAL BAKING POWDER NEW YORK Mrs Uert on circumstantial eviaenco des body wus found with a cord around her neck and the other end of tho cord fastened to a doorknob Ho is believed to have killed several other women in this part of the stato in tho same way but escaped suspicion and arrest the coroners juried rendering verdicts of suicido GENERAL NEWS Jleciuso his girt went biek o i him Preston Tho uton of Louisville Ky at- Â¬ tempted suoalu bv MliKotlu himself lu thu chest Ho can hnr lly nover Tho comptroller of the cur oncy has In sued his eett lento extending the corpo- Â¬ rate exist enco of tin Lebanon NnMonal bank of Lebanon O until Muy 10 1J17 Kdwurd Pa cell of LouUvllle u federal prisoner anil a tn sty e enped fom tho northern pili on nt M o ilpnn City Ind Puicjll urs muluyed ouuldo tho walls Gcorgo Harbor fm mcrly of Galllpolls O who n fun hioiiiIm ngo ut Huntington V Vn n SKsiniitcd Hugh Hoss who wns engaged to marry his daughter hits been sentenced to 13 years In tho stato ponttuutlarr Charles Slllllgas a Harrison county patient nt the Ohio stato insane asylum tried to escape from tho Institution by wny of n sower Ho broke from his guard nnd crawled down a manhole but found the sower blocko1 by fallen tllo SO feet uwny Ho was extricated with difficulty Vi htle rafting lngi nt tho mouth of Duck creek in West Vlrgiula John Dickey 1 K Dickey Junius Tanner Frank Ghon und Jack Friend beeamo in volved In a iianel tocks nnd knives bo lug ued Two of tho party w oro seriously luju o Jamus Tanner having his head cut open with a rock from tho effects of Â¬ which he will die Tho two Dlckoys woro caught nud phtto I in jail ut Sutton West Virginia lorelgu Madame lu Limine und her dnugh have succumbed to tho Injuries they colvednt thu charity bazar tiro in Paris Cardinal Ciimlllo Slclllano da Hondo archbishop uf lieueveno is dead in Home Ho was born lu lji7 und received tho red hat In Util Soventy hou cs lu the best part of Do rogoiunh In tho ptoviuco of Smolensk Itiifsla two churches und the government buildings Imo been detioytd by tiro The Bight H m Hubert llurry lord Jus tics of appeal for Ireland slnco 1883 who as solicitur net u nl for Ireland conducted the Funlun po ecutions of U03 Is dead lu Dublin He was burn lu 18J5 General Cunllo Pulavtuja fuimirly govuruoi geuunl uf thu Philippine lsutuds w a supurceJcd by General who recently Priino Kivera has nnlved lu Madrid Ho received it p ipulnr ovation ni d has boeu granted a special audience with tho queen Â¬ ate Tho conferenco report on tho Indian bill probably will como beforo tho house this week PROGRAM OF THE SENATE Senator Morpjnn Confident That Ills Cuban Destitution Will Pass Washington Muy 17 Tho proceedings in tho senate aro by no menus settled All will depend upon the course Â¬ Â¬ Lahissa May 17 Edhem Pashas plans for the cupturo of Domokos are Roiuforco beiug rapidly perfectod ments nronrrivlngandall thoGroek pos Â¬ sessions are carefully watched Tho bad irmrtitlnnu nf tho roads nnd tho hoaw raiiv delay tho opcrutioiis lor which the X u if Uh olllcers are unxlously waiting b Jt a general advanco began at dawn A number of Greek deserters who havo beon captured say that 25000 Greeks aro bohind tho fortifications and intrcnohntonU at Domokos but that the wholo organization is rotten and tlie medical and trausport services have They Bay that completely collapsed for 10 hours tho ouly rations was a half loaf nud that tho forces aro Locoming demoralized und aro desertlug by tho wholesale HEAVV LOSS IN s yX ffT 0 f evsfttrl MtffH J HmnM lCM I EPIRUS The Oreek Army Compelled Upon Arta to Fall Besolc the Cuban question may take Senatoi Morgans joint resolution occupies the favored place on the calendar and there is little doubt that it will bo takeu up at tho appointed hour Still there is a slight possibility flint the expected mess ago of tho president may cause a post pouemeut and that tho character of recotnmendatons may havo u bearing that will iu mence the tenor of resolution that ultimately will bo adopted Tho Alabama senator will not stand in tho way of u tion in accoidauco with such recoiniieinlutou as tho president may make upiuthis subject but he will insist that it shall bo independent of aud that it shall iu nowiso interfere with his resolution providing tor tuo recognition of O than belligorency With the Cu an question iu its pres ent shaps und with no other pressing busiuoss beforo tho senate tho debate on this subject ill bo of uncertain duration It may continue practically all the week and it muy como to a very sudden and speedy termination Thoro is littlo or uo doubt that the Morgan resolution will pass when a voto is reached and tho indications uro that tho major ity for it will be greater for tho recent deluy Thoro will continue to bo some opposition and tho plea will bo mado that any material aid given iu accordance with eiecativo recommendation is all that cau be reasonably expected If Cuba thios not occupy the entiro at tciiticn for tho week much of tho time is likely to bo given tho general calendar Senator Ciear will make an offort to havo the Paeitio railroad bill considered whilo S Miator Lodge will If tho mako tho same ef Â¬ opportunity o fort iu behalf of the immigration bill Senator Pettigrow will call up tho resolution for the investigation of tho PaTho Indian eitio railroad laud patents appropriation bill will bo brought In on a conferenco report Iu it thero remains only tho one point of difference ou the Uucoiiipahgro lauds to bo settled Tho Bundry civil conferenco probably will be postponed until Souator Allisons return to tho city Senator Mallory the now Florida senator will be inducted iuto olllco early in the woek Senutor Aldrieh will muko tho open- Â¬ ing statement in behalf of the tariff bill on tho part of the majority of the finance committee ou Tuesday but it will rest with individual seuators whoth er the debato shall be continued boyoud this speech ut that time The probabilities uro that tho statoment will produce some badliiugo und after this the senate will adjourn until the follow- Â¬ ing Monday when tho debato will be gin in earnest Senator Aldrieh is ex- Â¬ pected to fully explain tho position of himself nud colleagues nnd make quite an oluborute presentation ou tho sub Â¬ ject Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ regent Miss Edith Dnuqunrt nn Amoricnn R0vernc 8 cummlitod sulclda nt Wlts Germany by shooting herstll biulen through thuheuit Tho motive for hur self deatruutluu is supposed to be tho failure of a bank iu America iu which sho kept her savings Crimes and Casualties Joseph Summon lu walking over Mosquito creek b ligj ut Nlles O loit hU bnlnnoj and full luto tho water below Hli body wns iccovored An nvnlauchj of sand uud gravel nt n cut beirg Hindu by the New castle Traction company ut Xewcatle Pa burled five men Two were killed Instantly und threa others seriously Injured ono futuly Tho dead aro Juitu Abuyaucu and John Nichols Sirs James Kwen nnd Jessie nnd Kloa- noro Hiins slaters agol 10 nnd 8 years respectively wiiru drowned lu tho SchuylÂ¬ Â¬ ut Philadelphia through ho capsizing of a small pleasure steamer Twelve other occupants of tho bjat wero also thrown luto the river but woro reskill rive- Â¬ cued Iu n gouorul fight on tho Korthfork lu Kentucky between tho Whlitx Allen and Doc Whit were dangerously It not a tally wounded Allon was cut by Doo Dock wus shot by Woss a cousin Whltt a ton of Allen Anutlo man received slight injuries The causo of tho trouble U not known Tho parties havo been urtosied Â¬ Failures Tho Kenton Paper company of Louis- Â¬ ville Ky has aligned Tho Itichmoml Dma company of Hlch mund lias tiled n deed o asHlgnment Assets und llubllltlos nbout equal O 8 I ook dealer lu stoves aud farming lni 1 meus ut Tiffin O has bum forced So thu wall nud Miss Florenco Llubll- Â¬ Groultu hits tiuulllled aa uslgueo ltlos uru uut known L Y Boylo Si Company of Doyle Ml hnvo liinjn nn usslgnmunt of iher ml lumber nnd u township of 1 ind steam railroad stock nud In foot every thins they owned Tallied at I10OC00 They uru Involved nbout Tho high water is thu causo of tho assignment M T Horr osslgueo of tho Clevoltuid Paper company lllod the ncheduls ut aikots uud liabilities Tho stock ou band valued nt JMOUOO aud tho real estate IJ50COO tl ouii the lnttor U rated ou thu books nc IdttOOO The undisputed debts of the oompuuy ma placed at W8JQ00 MoKlntey WltWlalt W KspasMIosi 10 1 DECLARED HIS INNOCENCE Athijnh May 17 Tho Greek army lu Epirus has beeu compelled to fall back upon Arta bat continues to occupy a few position beyond tke bridge The Greek loseai at Griboro were 658 killed and wounded U3 keiMtf oMcers It U Mte4 that the jpvwuet fcM ordered the forces iu Thesialjr usd it Bpnu to reuimiii sirioily om the d feuttfve nui Nichols Bmolettakl brother o tltt general iu command vt Alasyree hai been aapoiuted to duoUef ooouwwd i AW THK dULTAK OOtWa FOK HIS DAILY - 4wr wM J lUnii vast i J ItABMrW fMllj RIDE olid Fred Ilovtmaii Alias llartiuan Hanged at Iaxtun Illinois Paxton Ills May IB Fred Hoot- man alias Hartman was hanged iu the jail hero yesterday in the presence of about CO wltuessos Profeosor Blots beÂ¬ oae of his spiritual advisers red half of Hoctuiuu u statement from tin Mt scaffold declaring his iiHOciic tuxlntf that ha body h sunt to Grand Haven Mich uul pacesi bo4U Uust of U wifo nud Jln d Hiwtiuou vjv huni toe killing M W ThomM of llw TeiiiieseaExpoiiii owptvny hai received a lotter htm PrwsideHt WlllhsiM McKIniey irtsI o ceuteaul ss tiMt ko wonhl aiskMi om OVdo L ay uauno Nasiiiiu 1ay 4 Prcsideat John vT Jh4k John tmH M -- rTuU 5 Jsw LswMl tirtUtiiruislied jurrnt d sl i Bns U hsmlnai 1st tor MiiByeniMty tome timo mi I hi- - denth kM Immh - BomN AUjC hsUOW bam oOst TMrtati UT sv lU l4t r t 2 Breckenridge News TNHEL BRROKENRIDGR NExWS GtxOVEiriPORT KY f I hli ted to probnto in tho County Court Mon- Â¬ John Wnnamnkor tho greatest Repub- Â¬ HARDINSBURG lican ol them nil Is crying out against his day Wm V Harrol is named as exec- Â¬ is utor One hundred dollars Is given to Hear his Ilia ImD4 V 0 BHg Editor uarroprUlri Master voice wall Our pitifulpatient and LH W TIME TABLE Sally Harrol widow of Moses Ilarrcl over warning OOIX WMT A heart and ono ADVERTISING RATES much tired people our over suffering Paiitngsr Dally arr llardlDiborgllil pm son of J hundred dollars to EwhenMoore promised people betrayed and EA T Moore payable ACATI HEASVRSUIKT Moore becomes 21 years of age Tho re Â¬ disheartened no longer have faith in ootxo HIT In effect on and after April 15 1S97 mainder of tho estate is given to Wm Y their party and will turn to any leader- Â¬ BlqUrAdTrrtljlng 3wtirHnr ships that offer promise of bettor times Paiisogtr Dally arr HarJIniburg- - TiJO am Harrol Tho will of Grlflln Dowell was Rrillng NImi The essence of life Is force 5etixrline believing that worse times can novor also probated G T Dowell is named as Every breathyou breatheevery HisceimTs come than those now existing Tia Administrators Guardians Licensed lo executor Allot his property real and heart beat every motion of 15 percent ISIiMrtltu true but tia a pity and wo guess Mr personal Is bequeathed to his widow Sal 36 InMrtlens 2 per cent your hand takes force The Marry Thirty Indictments Found DO per cent 621iuerilni lio K Dowell to hold in her own right Wanamaker will have to take his medi- Â¬ measure of force we call vital Â¬ by Tho Grand Jury 47Sptclal position 13 lo tj per cent extra cine along with the rest ot us so long as sho remains a widow In case ity If this is lackinp there is loss of flesh lack of resistive All advertisement Four of tho Spencer jury wero for of nor marriage thon she is lo have one discontinued before con tract expires will t charged at regular card tales Corn Is nearly all planted In Brecken- Â¬ hanging third ot said estate power a tendency to catch di Â¬ Locals with regular newt heads 10 to 10 centi ridge county and is coming up nicely Wo spent an evonlng with Col Green sease easily especially a tend- Â¬ per line grand jury returned about thirty Tho Foreign advertisers and advertlslnp agents will There has been a good deal of tobacco ency to Consumption For low at the Falls of Rough last week and he receive estimates promptly by addressing our set out in some sections and by tho end indictments vitality nothing is better than told tho following story Many years Northern office CiflA V Nichols Met Felix Slpes living near Big Spring died of this week most of the crop will bo set It supplies j Park How New York N Y Scotts Emulsion ago when the Falls was alive with many There will be a full crop set Wheat in last Sunday forceby furnishing the nourish Â¬ sorts ot wild animals old Jimmy Wilson WEDNESDAY MAY 10 1897 Mrs Kate Beard has been quite ill for was then about the only inhabitant tho county is unusually good with a ing strengthening elements of larger acreage than last year Tho farm- Â¬ a week or more food in an easily digested form down there He occupied a small cab ers rtro in better shape this season than enriches the blood and builds D II Severs has qualified as guardian bin near tho Falls Something had car- Â¬ they have beon for several years and of Chester Hicks up the system When ordinary of young pigs for ried of a number when this crop Is matured and disposed food is of no avail Scotrs Wilson and bo suspected it was a bear CIRCUIT JUOGK The case against Carwlle for murder of there will be very little kicking coming Emulsion will supply the body He owned a fine terrier dog which he was again contlnuod I am a candidate for re election as Circuit Judge from them with all the vital elements of life valued highly Ho put his dog on tho ol the oth Judicial Districts subject to the action of Joe B Cox is tho agent hero for the the Democratic party I recognize the Chicago track of tho bear tho two animals met Two tlta 50 cts and 100 All Platform of iSoi as the true uponen of Democratic Heres lo our handsome nephew and Louisville Dispatch at the foot of a big tree and had a rough principles T 11 Mill E ATI I druggists Voto for T R McBeath for Circuit and tustle time Tho fork of tho tree January lit 1B97 his beautiful bride Two souls with If you will afc for It we will tend but a single thought two hearts that Judge next Saturday was seventy five feet from the ground COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY you a book telling you all about Scotts Never let them beat apart beat as one Ed Guthrie was at Louisville last The bear mado for this fork and the dog Free Emulsion lam a candidate for re election to the office of In union there is strength A good wife week during tho races held on When Wilson arrived on the DisCommonwealths Attorney of the 9th Judicial BOWNE Hew York SCOTT trict ol Kentucky subject to the action of the is the best investment a man ever made Miss Ella McClure went to Leitchfleld scene there was tho bear in tho fork of Democratic party WEED S CI I ELF provided there is unity of heart soul last Saturday on a visit the tree with the dog sitting on his back Now David get right and purpose FOR SENATOR James Wortham of Leitchfleld was at How to savo the life of his dog bothered down to business loe cherish and con- Â¬ Wilson Ho was bound to kill tho bear but thero has to be a foundation to build Hardinsburg Monday attending court ITE are authorized to announce IJLtSIlA ASH fide in your wife and you and tho Mesand he believed tho fall would kill his on TV CRAFT as a candidate for the Sitate Senate Mr A 0 Burton gave a flno talk Mrs Blon Jolly and her children wore dog senger will prosper subject to the action of the Democratic paty So he blazed away and sure on Economies He has a fund of hu- Â¬ visiting hero last week from Bewley enough he got tho bear and tho fall kill- mor which he Bprinkled along to refresh Well yes our Brandenburg corres vllle ed his dog tho best one ho owned Mr Byerly an otherwise dry theme Votk for Judge McBeath In the pri Â¬ pondent is stepping on dangerous ground I am still repairing watches clocks said some good things Music and reci- Â¬ mary next Saturday truly when she steps on a race track jewelry silverware and spectacles T BRANDENBURG tations completed the exercises especially in this neck of the woods C Lewis The Lexington court Louse waa de- Â¬ But then shell step just as gracefully Typhoon won tho Derby at Churchill Dr Charley Gardner of Illinois was Meade County Teachers Association stroyed by fire last week won at Glen Downs I Bill Ramsoy and with as queenly air as any fair hero a few days lost week visiting his Fount last Saturday He beat George The Derby Uncle Wash Cross women over stepped And to the oyo of mother McAulifTs bay by a nose Jim Ricketts President McKinley will vIbU the man a beautiful woman is a thing of Enjoying Life Miss Nellio Mooreman of Glendeane horse would have won the first race had Tennessee Exposition in June beauty and a joy forever in the field or was the guest of Miss Alice Baker last he not flown the track Tho sporta on the turf Mrs Nellie Herndon has returned Thursday aro enthused over horse flesh and expect The Cloverport post office seems to be Mrs Gus Shellman went out last Sat- Â¬ home to havo races every Saturday at Glen bung up on a nail ior future delivery The Robertson Bros out at Glendeane Miss Maydee Pusey is visiting in Louurday evening to visit her father Mr Fount where the track is in flno order have paid out in the last four months isville GcorgoHook Over in France ladies bet openly and The toll gate raiders are still smashing over 550000 for stock The stock trade Hon J D Hardin was at home Sat- Â¬ are as conspicuous in tho ring as their James E Larkin and Miss Mary T over on tho branch has been extremely toll gates and demanding free pikes in lords of creation Here if bels are made lively this spring and has put a great Mattlngly are to bo married ot St Marys urday and Sunday tho upper counties Bro Jenkins will preach next Sunday its on the sly but the age has changed deal of money in circulation among the church June 2 materially Time waa when no lady Frank Jarboe of Kirk will be mar Â¬ at the Baptist church Individual credit s the key note to farmers who aro paying more attention counte- Â¬ ried to day to Miss Vira Howard at to it and are reaping their reward Mite next Saturday night at Frank thought of attending or even prosperity If you know how to estab Â¬ nancing a horse race Now the bon ton Rockport Ind Webbs Everybody go lish this and keep it then your fortune crane dCldCranc vie with each other in SrEAKER Blanford was offered a foreign Jesse R Eskridge is billed to speak at is in sight Mr and Mrs D M Duncan have re splendor of toilets box parties and lunch- Â¬ mission but respectfully declined Our a decoration on the 20th near Patty turned from their bridal trip eons Women everywhere are crowding The now owners of the Acme brick advice to Charlie is to come home settle villo Ohio county PostofQce appointments aro going in the same places where tho other sex plant should put the property in opera- Â¬ down on his farm and let politics and J O Lucas has been appointed ad Cloverport is out in the cold yet onco reigned supreme All right Men tion at once It is entirely too valuable politicians severely alone lie Is a good ministrator of tho estate of George P Miss SubIo Estelle Elder Bpent Satur- Â¬ want them and they nro better off for and useful man at home and tis a pity to be neglected Nottingham deceased day and Sunday witli the Misses Rhodes their presence even at races for such a man to throw his life away Oh yes ladies again I guess I am Cow pasture on the pike 05 cents a Mrs Clara Hunt Swan visited her When we get our individual credit seeking after such shallow honors month Fine grass and good spring nunts Mrs Bland and Mrs Dr Wells stepping on dangerous ground Im woll worked up to tho point where it is as aware well I guess the blue ribbon goes J T Kingston last Saturday The prospect of 60 cent wheat is gen- Â¬ water good as the banks then money will be on Denny Walter Lewis for size and Denny Mattingly son of Robert Mat Tho Christian Contributor Society met erally pleasing to the farmer but to we plenty with us Â¬ tingly fell from a swing down at the lake with Mr and Mrs Ed Yeakel Saturday looks hes a whopper and as hand fellows who will have to pay about 80 some well Bay as his grand mothers both night and had a delightful timo The District Crnferenco of the Eiha cents for twenty four pounds of flour it Sunday evening and was badly hurt of whom are remarkably handsome woÂ¬ The Washington correspondent of the Field Brown was tried before Judge men I havent seen Edwin Woolfolk bethtown District convenes at Hardins is not so pleasing Courier Journal says M L Kincheloe S P Woolfolk last Friday for lunacy I burg next Tuesday Bishop Wilson will but he too descends from a handsome will be the postmaster at Hardinsburg and wasadjudged insane He was taken family and may perhaps secure the red be present and preside DUKES Richard Adkisson who has been in to the asylum Saturday badge That silver boy at Silver Dick Cleveland seems to have dropped out Annie Dowden fell from the school Noyitts is a bouncing fellow of the Corn planting and tobacco setting ia Missouri about fourteen months return- Â¬ of favor eyen with his own crowd ed home last week and will remain here porch last week and hurt herself right younger set and a fine specimen of the The the pastime with tho farmers Indianapolis contingent do not want him seriously She is getting along very precious metal Tom McOavock of Skillman was in until fall to lead them in 1000 My shop is well equipped for all nicely at present and will soon be out our neighborhood Thursday L D Alexander of New York and we hope L A Foote of Bewley vllle are spending Several from this neighborhood attend Â¬ repairs of timo keeping machinery Judge McBeath is eminently fit and Every thing done first class Come see Bro Bruner of Baptist persuasion to day Monday with Judgo J F Wool ed court at Hardinsburg Friday qualified for the position of Circuit Judge me T O Lewis preached at the Methodist church last folk at Meado Springs Lawrence was J D Babbage editor of tho News His record proves it He is a Democrat Licensed to marry D O Heron to Sunday as Bro Pato went to lrvington born at the old home and his father and should have the support of his party passed through Dukes Wednesday Tho services at the J B Alexandor run the mill there I Miss Lucy Frank James E Larkin to to fill his pulpit Mrs S J Ritchey recently from Da Miss Mary P Mattlngly Felix Jones to Methodist church will be continued was amused at your letter Mr Editor Of throughout the week day and night Senator Deboe eays he will hayenoth viess county spent Friday with Mrs Liz Miss Balcona Board about my cousin of Wall Street ing to do with the appointing of fourth zie Starks The wedding of Mr and Mrs D M course ho is a gold bug and of course During tho district conference which Miss Katie Robinson of Skillman will class postmasters but will leave the mat convenes here next week Bishop Wil- Â¬ Duncan was a beautiful one The bride he is as well a plain overy day sort of a ter in the hands of the Kepublican mem- make her home for a while with Mr and son will preach on Tuesday night and on looked handsome in a lovely spilng fellow a Kentuckian in short What Mrs W T Burnett bers of Congress toilet She carried a large boquet of if anybody does live in New York City Wednesday at 11 a m Frosptcts are much more favorable for brides roses Tho luncheon was delic- Â¬ what if a man does have a little money The Tenth Senatorial District Conven- Â¬ The Owensboro Woolen Mills have a good yield of wheat in this locality than The why in the name of all that is great and tion of tho Populist party will meet at ious the presents handsome changed hands and will soon resume was harvested last year guests fow but a charming timo The good does that constitute a difference be- Â¬ lrvington on May 25th 1807 instead of tween him and a Meade county or a operations with 125 hands Mr E S It takes William Jennings Bryan to June 1st at Hardinsburg R II Mc ceremony by Bro Pate was the most im- Â¬ Breckenridge county man Foote formerly of this county is contin- sound the key note ol Democracy that I yield in pressive I ever heard Mullen O D O opinions to no one because he or she ued as general manager gives it the old time ring Uncle Wash Cross colored not only A A Richardson Garfield is the may bo differently situated or surround- Â¬ Miss Eva Downs went out near Fell place to buy goods cheap Millinery a has a nice now house with a mirandy ed and that reminds me that when I William R Moorman of Glcndeane vllle Saturday to spend a few days with specialty this season Ladles hats his own word in front but a splnk was in Louisville one time a Branden has 1C0 acres of the finest wheat in the her sister Mrs Mollle Hardin span bran new organ and which he in Â¬ trimmed in the latest style Country Oh I why dont you try burger said county and with 75 or 80 cents per bush Â¬ his own vites all who feel exposed Sam Burnett and wife visited in Breck- Â¬ produce taken in exchange for goods Get to a and leave Brandenburg el starning him in the face he of course word again to come and try Uncle enridge county Sunday They were Charles Mattingly of this place had a more progressive place is wearing a very broad smile I flashed just Wash has just as much right to coin the guests of Wm Tindle and wife strong endorsement from flash and said perhaps it was words as Webster hence ho uses tho like I can ForreBt Dunn and wife were guests John W Lewie for the post office privilege ad libitum rude well I would like to go to Chica- Â¬ State Inspector Lester is off looking infinitum go if I were out looking for progression atter tho toll gate raiders but he should Saturday night of Bee Philips and wife here but it seems that it didnt amount The Legislature adjourned to hear Old but not your old fogy Louisville near Patesville and attended services at to much She bear in mind and not overlook the big Kentucky Home on the violin Good My friends changed the subject quick For fear of some misunderstanding on lumber steal that has just taken place Bethlehem about the best featuro of the assembly here look just as well to mo as Louisville Mrs Emma Isom left for Blackford account of Mr Aincheloe closing out among the Republicans at the Frankfort Shows New York or Chicago pooplo They Saturday where she and baby will spond his jewelry business I wish to have it since It has been in session penitentiary thero is lurking Borne soul some senti dress as well as the average of them are a week or two with her mother-in-launderstood i am not closing out my ment if the silver Democrats didnt as bright as intelligent and in Mrs Frank Isom repair shop but will do all repairs in my Btand Mb Lawrence Alexander a broker up when prayer was offered All every way But I forgot I was talking A good many farmers in this section line as heretofore Bring me your work we fresh from Wall Street New York city Is want now is an adjournment regard- Â¬ I visiting relatives in this county lie Is are having to buy corn Corn was not you will be pleased both with work and less of toll gate mob laws revenue fid- Â¬ about your nico letter Mr Editor am glad you liked my cousin he is a Your jeweler a red hot sound money Democrat and so good In this neighborhood last year price Good Lord deliver good dear kind mau and loves Ken- Â¬ dles and prayers T 0 Lewis will accommodate you with an argument as it was tho year before us tucky and her people What a gold if you want Jt There was a cotillion party Friday Crit Hpencor Joe Dean and Weber all J F Woolfolk L A The Meade County Teachers Assoc- bug crowd night at John Johnsons and those who colored implicated with Peyton Spencer Â¬ They already have water works at love to trip the light fantastic toe had in the murder of Sam Owen at Glen- Â¬ iation was held here last Saturday with Foot L D Alexander Wise for Cleve tho teachers out in full force The pro- Â¬ land and Carlisle tho coterie would be Elizabethtown Ky and are now work quite a pleasant time deane confessed their crime and have gram was quite Interesting the discus- orthodox to a finish ing for an electric light plant Both of J L Duke returned Thursday from been sentenced to terms in the peniten Â¬ sion instructive Prof Gallett of Cory these things are needed In Cloverport Fort Branch Ind where he has been at tiary as follows Crit Spencer eight A Runaway They can be easily maintained in a town the bed side of his mother since Sunday years Joe Dean four years and Will don Normal gave a talk on grammar When ho was through I wondered if At noon yesterday a great deal of with a population of 2500 who has beon seriously ill but is some Weber two years thero was any use in the world to at Â¬ excitement was aroused over the runa better The most of the time of the Circuit tempt a study of Ik I wondered if old way of Delluys delivery horse Mal- Â¬ Rememueb Judge McBeath next Satur Â¬ Weddings are something of the past in Court last week was taken up in tho trial Butler knew what ho wai doing when colm Allon colored delivery porter for day and vote for him in the primary Ho our neighborhood but indications are of Peyton Spencer for the killing of Sam he put out his views He simply tore DoIIuy was just returning from a trip is the only Democrat regularly an- Â¬ favorable for the joining of hearts and Owen both colored down at a negro the grammars of that age all to atoms and almost reaching tho store when eud nounced for the place and should have hands with eoveral couples in the near festival near Glendeane last fall J A He said what many others argue that donlyfrom some unaccountable reason the support of all Democrats who want a Dean of Owensboro sat as special judge the English language had no grammar future the horse began to kick and run Allen good man in a responsible position Jack Smiley Is erecting a now frame The case was submitted to the jury on all know our language is In some jumped from tho wagon hoping to check Wo Saturday evening They wero only out him but the animal waa too much for The kickers over the present DemoÂ¬ barn which when completed will be a little whilo and returned a verdict of respects more difficult than others but him However Malcolm Is be prais Â¬ one ofthe most accommodating struct- Â¬ f defy anyone to take Butler and study I cratic ticket are growing beautifully less ures in that line that we have in this twenty one years in the penitentiary it through fully and attentively for a ed for the manly way in which he held all the time During the present term The other parties Implicated in the sufficient length of time and at a proper on until ho waa forced to let go of the of Circuit Court the Niwa met represen Â¬ community murder will not be tried before next age with competent instruction and not lines The horse ran nearly a half mile II christians would not let denomina Â¬ term tatives from all sections of the county know something of his own tongue and with the wagon kicking etrenously all and reports wore favorable for our ticket tional pride inhabit their hearts there Chapiza Wathn waa employed by know to use it more intelligently There the time The wagon waa found in the would be leas strife and onvyings be Â¬ Â¬ tween churches a greater interest taken some of the white friends of Sam Owen are so many fade at the present day pu- Â¬ upper part of town somewhat demolish Tux Republican officials who are in in Sunday Schools to assist in the prosecution ot Spencer pils are bo crammed with them that it is ed but the horse had brakes away still and all religious ser- Â¬ charge of the Sa4s business at the vices Its a singular fact that the first difficulty hard to get down to common sense and going at a rapid gate Mr George W Frankfort penitentiary are reported to Peyton Spencer not into waa such aa to a practical ide of the essentials in gram Â¬ Short ia the owner of the animal and have about bankrupted the concern W J Dean Son have aa flue a purÂ¬ send him to the penitentiary for life mar or anything else Each teacher ot was twed by hi wife M her bujjgy Dowa at Eddyvllle where Warden Hap Â¬ chase ol tobacco He baa always borne the same ol being any prominence now leek called upon animal The horse ho doubt can be we ever saw In one py l la charges like cowplaJat ie made house It is the pick crops of that a very peaceble colored maa until thk to make his own grammar set forth purchased cheap section beautifully bandied and la la affair came up lie haa several white his own individual opJaloB la opposition Charley BlatKlford laid dowa kit gavel flno order Mr Deaa says it U the beat frieada at Glendeane aa well aa the to standard that have stoed the teat CommwU Caedy CaUtartle th Most we Edward Everett aid Uaeli a Aerful m apkK of the HottM at Frankfort ttw purchase he hai ever made He made negro he killed who were la hopea the of age pi dlol discovery of Ut any Mt a4 rofrtttac to VM taaU w gmUf a Yry successful strike latt week get- - cue waa not aa bad against him aa made boy or girl tlw aeUnee ot wUttr day ad struck out for MMi positively en ktdaeya Uvwr att4 bowtla oapd hU life One grammar teaeh him or her praotioal efeaoainf tiag down all lie had hanging up ami out Ha barely Tba MarthaWhlp on tl kuat ol pi niir tjtutm dUp4 oold our hfUaha fevr baWtuat coaaUpatto wbfch 1m wtvf alUr though ailpped away inspkiadid order which is something or two ol tba otboia will follow him to arithmetic and to aftell to wad to writ buy and Mch well and ha or the ia riady for a and UllouaMM PImm W cant tnr a bos from him ad lie will liar toco to anoth Â¬ h bM not boon W lo do la many tba pen later Hold and of O O O Unlay J0t l life gvanuitaed to cur by all druefta Tba will of Alfred Haml waa admit-- sfclaUy then with which to tofor er a4nd Your What e Say We Do We BUYERS OF DO D to- - THIRIQHT HAICD OPEW ELEVATOR Vitality HAVE FAITH IN McCORMIC In Every Way They are the Best They do not boliovo tho Billy fabrications of other manufacture era nnrl will nnt nnrnnt tlm liir inducements offered thorn nanoM ihnlrnrWs for fho McOORMIOK and occept stylo cheap maohines InBtoad old- - PROGRESS WIHS ITS WAYH The Hew Right hand Open Elevator SIX PAGES Â¬ HARVESTERS AND BINDERS Now at w6rk in Southern fields show how little truth is con tained in the reports and statements of a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DEMORALIZED - OPPOSITION For Long Life and Light Draft tho world ha3not jet produced a machine that ever approximates the succees of tho McCormick Harvesting Machines Headquarters for the County for both Machinery and Repairs Â¬ ADDISON ADDISON KY DICK Special Ribbon Slaughter t FRIDAY BIC VALUES Regular Trice per yard 1 Cut Price per yard No 30 Taffeta Kibbon u u No 60 No 40 No 22 No 7 35c 40c 40c 25c 10c 15c 40c 10c Satin Dresden Satin a a u t 23c 28c 28c 19c 8c No No No No No No No 12 80 5 2 16 22 80 a a a a a 5c 15c 20c 50c 30c 7c 4c 10c 25c 9c 12c This is all New Stock Dont miss the Opportunity MRSHV DUNCAN FORDSVILLE Terry place Mrs week ROBERTS BOTTOM Dr Â¬ Cooper spent Sunday at this Coniff went to Louisville last J T Milnor is visiting Mr Dix S 1 1 1 I i te Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ English is having his residen painted Dick Neel of Whitesvllle was in town Fiio Hawkins and wife spent the d Sunday at Mr Dlxs last Sunday Mr and Mrs Brooks went to Whites vllle Saturday Miss Mattio Milner spent a few das Will Neel of Owensboro spent Sun with Miss Etta English last week piaco day at tnia Miss Jessio Weeterfield has been visit- Itor Metcalf filled his appointment ing in tho country Itoberts school houso Sunday evening Mrs Clint lledden ot Whiteaville is Mr Sam Dix who has been sick vlsltine Mrs Gananne We are glad to hear that Uncle Dan Bometlmo is some better at this writi Wise is still Improving II S English Jr has ordered hi Ilev Logan Martin preached at the new Columbus buggy He is certai Christian Church Sunday Mr Gaines returned Sunday night going to tako sonio ot the young la from a visit at Evansville riding Jerry Tilford wife and Bon Conley Tho furmers aro very busy plan went to Owonsboro Sunday Miss Nora Martin of Whiteaville is corn and will get through this weekif here visiting relatives and friends tho weather la favorable There is beiw Miss Virgle Kennedy of Owonsboro a larger acreage than usual planted ja week visited Mrs Lee Montgomery this this Bottom Wallace Lltsey and wife of Whltes Miss Etta English went to Owenabo ville were guests of Mrs Gananne Sun- Â¬ May 5th She Is visiting Misa Beit day Quite a number of the boys have Lee Dix She goes from there to Auburi bicycles and have built them a track on Ky to visit Misa Lou Blakey Mrs Drt Helm She will come back to Hopkins the commons Misses Florence Tabor Ethel Conniff vllle to attend Bethel JFemak College and Anna Petty spont last Sunday at commencement where she gradaaWd Jones Station last year Card of Thanks We desire to express our sincere thanka to our friends and neighbors of this com- Â¬ munity for their untiring help and assist Â¬ ance rendered us during the recent ill- Â¬ ness and death of our dear mother Mrs Mary Patterson Words aro inadequate to ezprets our appreciation for their kindness We also wish to thank our relatives and friends who attended her funeral at Cloverport May 8 1807 IIout A Pattibson and Sisters Lyonla Ky May 17 1807 too Oo II 83 EUucato Your Kernels With Citicareto Candy Cathartic cure constipation forever fall drusRlais refund mono Itaao Notice Why buy inferior or doubtful brandy when Burchs Pure Apple can be had do conveniently and so cheap Send C O D Price 2 00 per mllo jug included W L Bubch Bhodelia Ky To Curq Constipation VoreTOr Toko Caseareta Cundy Cathartic lOo ortt If C C C fall to euro druggists refund monoy Ul i h oa Waiilc gftnr There are other Pebbles on the Beach mnmmmmmmmm jtbL la this caw tit other is THE BLICKENSDERFER if you cant proaoua lbs bhw spell tt A typewriter viatbto writing peri NMtMBt alignment m a toy bat a ml poo da Priea SSfiOO dlret prUiing lntirehangaablt and inking Not thing Weight alx yH I bn m Mr WEITYIMUmSUmYCS tMMWt Amis Iter Ky u4 W Va VT THR BHHOKENRIDGR Breckenridge r WKriNKflpAY MAY NEVWS OLxOYRRPOR Â¬ KY 24 pats BOARD News 10 18W HALVES LIKE WHARF RATS A icavet CURE CONSTIPATION 10 ANDY CATHARTIC L xlngton Kv who under the provis- Â¬ ions of the bill Is made fllate Entomolo gist and charged with tho duly of taking I In ner8isry steps to check Its ravegrs ln f Garman has prepared an Inter Â¬ esting bulletin on the Seal which may Ivc had fie i of charge on application to him Ihmi Moonu CoiiimlFslnner of Agriculture jSSfeftaJjA KENTUCKY STATE TEACHERS m A AND TUITION Hreryttilni Furnlthtd far the Srtclat Siimmrr Tf rm of S wecltt which txgini June S 1807 All our uu tlf nit will have the oppor Â¬ tunity of unending he 25 ily Calves Droppad by Jsrwy Heifer on a Farm SO a I ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED VtlAil kAAVt fw au DTVtitlvn liv iw wuhic iibt U ro jjjww II iiim iBIJllllBikiidlBlT1lll m itiTall 11 DVMrnvin iinmrjiri vr MttZKtJ tJ atalril iuuiri iinv mmi ii DRUGGISTS aii r uwun iviat tei I ll itf atWaddy Nine THE TARfFF ON CUTLERY Wlijr KENTUCKY CROP KEPOftT roifconily High Iiutlei Conditions of Crops and Live Stock of Them Were the Size Ono of tho worst schedules in the May IU 1897 the Rats Youve Seen Dlugley bill is that relating to cutlery cspcclnlly podtet cutlery Tho iraties at the Barn on pockotknivej rnngo from 100 per Tho report lor this month is made up th rrtist Can Ulctnte Buoli Oat ef the Litter the Regular Size but All Wore Well Developed tNY CURIOUS ONES CALLED ILouiivlle Pott Waddy Ky May 11 Thta is a qulot ttle town and the people co in very uch the sftmo paths every day with Bathing to excite or upset them How ever an occurrence waa reported to the Vonlng Post correspondent yesterday afternoon that has caused everybody to Think turn out to see the curiosity o a cow being the mother of seventy f calves all born on tho samo day and all well formed The happening was so re markablu the Evening Post correspon dent could not believe it until he had wea the drove of diminutive yearlings himself X Ab investigation proved tho truth of Ftbe report and showed that Waddy mougii email nas a duucu 01 ireaks mac evea the Purchase part of the State can- viiot equal Un the farm 01 J M Whitehouse a well known and prominont farmer of itliis neighborhood a cow yesterday PROPOSED ECHEDULU dropped seventy calves Sxty nine of First All pocket knives not coBtlng mora than iO ctii8 it dozen Co per cent ad valorem a 29 of rats but them were about the dozen than 40 fully developed in every way They 1 Eccoud 20 Costing 111010valorem centsCOa cents a Undo per cent ad und v were all marked very much as their dozen Third Costing moro than 40 cents a dozen f iior lhey did not live but a short 2 blade 20 per tent nd valorem and a dozen were active while alive The but If f carl or shell 60 ccnlM n dozen extra pne is a full sizj calf and is living 8 Fourth 20 Costing Dtoro than 40 cents a dozen blado per cent ad valorem and JltO a med as much surprised at the dozen Firth Costing more than 40 cents a dozen 4 ce of so many brothers and sisters blades or 1101 u 0 por cent ad valorem und t2 people who were attracted to the a dozen It puail or shell 75 cents a dozen extra on S ty tho unusual occurrence and 4 blades happening was bo hard to balieve Calculation showing I csult based on importamais all over the county have tions for llscal car 1810 All knives costing 40 cents per dozen and less Mr Whitehouses farm since Sat- 90010 dozen avcrago price 20 cents value plght ta see the litter of calves and 170000 5 per cent Knives costing over 40 cents por dozent lvinced 43000 dozen t blado averago price GO cents huseum man could have made a valuo 128800 at 20 per cent and CO cents a dozen duty 2070 Jf AA Vlttn f fVljlnr Iff I n ImAjl Kaai n Ul WD1U 11 UV UttU USUI vu U02000 dozon 2 blado averago price 1103 fJlEatUIO and preserve their bodies valuo X17C0 at 20 iwr cent und ll a dozen 1 Â¬ cent to 000 per cent nbovo present du Â¬ ties mid nro nearly doublo thoso iu tho MoKinlcy bill Why you will nsk aro thefio duties so cxtraordluurily high And why nro thoy nllowcd to reninin there Both questions ore easily an Â¬ swered It is unnecessary hero to ro into de- Â¬ tails Tiofoio McKiuIcys nomination ono of tho flvo or six inrge manufactur- Â¬ ers of pocket cutlery who wns prom Â¬ inent iu th6 trust which raised prices an nvcrngo of about 85 per cent under tlni McKinley bill brgau to hustlo for MoKinley Ho Is said to linvo raised n largo sum of money by passing tho lint among tho 20 or 25 cutlery manufactur- Â¬ ers Just how tho money was spent is not known It is probnblo howovcr that several McKinley delegates to St Louis owed their presence there to this fund Tho hat passer himself was ono of the very fow delegates from New York who was for Mckinley first last and all tho tinio Ho was ono of Hau nas most trusted lieutenants Ono of tho two favors which ho is said to liavo asked as compensation for his valuable Ecrviccs was the fixing of the cutlery schedule This privilege being on ordi- Â¬ nary and expected 0110 under tho protec- Â¬ tion system was readily granted by tho power behind tho throne This is prob Â¬ ably tho whole story It explains fully why tho duties aro thcroi and why thoy will Stay there Below is given in detnil somo of the effects of tho proposed duties as npplied to importations for tho last fiscal year Of course but few knives will bo im Â¬ ported under such exorbitant duties from replies rtcelved from KlOcorreppon dents representing 01 counties 20 coun- Â¬ ties failed to report this mouth a dls coursitliK increase in tho number of dt llnqieuts r HEAT The condition of tho wheat crop on lit averages 05 which Is an improvement of one point during the mouth of April The condition on May May 1st 1890 was 74 Â¬ Tne htavy luinfnll has ranted tho plant lo turn jellow in tome rases es- Â¬ pecially where the drainage is imperfect Chinch bug is reported in the wheat in Msstii at d Livingston counties but no apjin cmble damage has resulted thus far Liviiigitnii county teporta Hessian ily doing some damng t I he lowest condllionexlsts in the west ern portion of thu State The counties reporting a condition above 100 are without exoption located in the central ori iibt rn si c ion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ duty SUMMER OUTING value duty valuo 1472752 277000 dozen 151710 485bS3 254000 dozen at 20 per cent and ilGOadozcn 4 3 blado averago price 1127 173 Teachers and Their Friends May SpandaWeH Earned Vaca- - i a w k tlon at Nominal Cost duty 1505884 Total value 1225770 total duty 11584254 129H per tent Estimated that of 2 8 and 4 blado 25 per cent are of pearl or shell adding duty as follows 08000 dozen 2 blado ut COo f 40000 50433 00250 dozen Ublado ut 75c 63500 dozen 4 4JO4J at 20 percent and V per dozen blade averago price blado at 75c 47023 740017 142Kpc ISPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT h- - N EA E nagementof the National Ed Assoclation for Kentucky is to bo able to Announce that ar hf Ints have been made with the W and Chicago and Northwest ilroads for a special through train from Louisville to Milwaukee lsuring to all teachers and others lay attend the N E A rapid and Louisville rable transportation een selected as the point of star- Â¬ tling easily and quickly accessible all parts of the State The special iu for Kentuckys teachers and their V jruMuuii win i 1 m ij iii leaYB ixiuiaviuu uu iuui- Uy night July 6th 830 0 clock and will have Pullman sleepers through to Milwaukee without cliangs arriving in Milwaukee at an early hour Tuesday warning Mr E If Bacon 1 P A of e Morion Louisville will accom- y tVe party to look after their com- au welfare Tne railroads nave id a one iVa round trip rale plus membehip fee from all can- points with the privilege of extend- tickets to September 1st by deposit- e with Joint agent The rate Louisville will be 1055 The ho-have wade reduced rates and the private fanilea in the Cream City NtwtaU guests at one dollar per Tiiose litwtring uoam in private jr iUt sotiia apply uirect to iyp aog tfrtice secretary juocai uom- Tho Milwaukee Wlnconsln mme is an able one and tnats of v topics Excursions on tho lake and many beautiful Wisconsin summer at very low rat s have been pro- 4Ud for No better arrangement could for the summer tout 1st than the t PPO4mbIMm afforded by this occasion lit fawptts rtworU ol Wisconsin are all jtjre maH fro j a Milwaukee Bagla vowiMkliaf nrnuitewfiU to attend the iln of Um N E A July 0 9 From will send tdseiou history UlMtioo la MtMtfMa ifHr and mora explicit jprMtfaa will l iMttsd May 1st fWdfOBlsMacMf tattUr inlwmailoa mmss McHmuv Hmoam 1 Knives to the valuo of 0 per cent of importations duty v ould bo 15 per cent Knives to tho valuo of CI per cent of Impor tations duly would Ihj 142K per cent Tho duty on pockot cutlery for somo years prior to lbCO was 4 per cent ud valorem From 1600 to lbX It was 50 percent ad valorem with the exceptions of a short time during Unit period when it was 43 per cent ad RESULT valorem Tho McKinley tariff averagod about CI per cent ad valorem Tho Wilson tariff averaged about 51 por rent ad valorem v Tho proposed Oingley tariff will averago based on the importations of 1800 iuyt per cent ad vnloi cm on 04 per cent of all knives Imported during Hint year Tho equivalent ad valorem duties on tho following popular description of knives under tha McKinley bill Wilson bill and proponed Dlngley bill aro as follows SIcKln- - Wilson Dlng Â¬ ley bill bill ley bllL p Â¬ S 1 1 aul blade Jnckknlvcs that retail at 25 cents 2 blade pearl ladles knives that retail at 25 cents 2 blade pearl ladles knives tliat retail at 50 cents 3 blado penknives not pearl or shell that retail at CO cents S blado penknives pearl or shellthat retail at 60 cents 4 blado penknives not pearl or fchcll that retail at 50 cents 4 blade penknives pearl or shellthat retail at 50 cents a po CO p a 112 112 143 1C5 50 51 63 120 120 170 83 83 CI CI 83 83 CI CI 100 201 Hit the Wrung larty ttf uit Jacksons Protection Prophecy Tho corporations and wealthy indi Â¬ viduals who aro cupngod in largo man Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mt Ktcky kr W I fUMKMf MtaMfrXJS T A Hmtimky ufacturing establishments desire a high tariff to iucTcaso their gains Design ing politicians will support it to conciliate their favor and to obtain tho means for profase expenditure for tho purpose of purchasing influence in other quar ters Do not allow yourselves my fel- Â¬ low citlacw to be misled in this sub Jcot It is a nystsw of injustice and if pewisted in will lead to coemption and AwImw Jackson iu hhm4 etid ta win HI farewell Address Â¬ last Sunday by eon tlcnaily MKtof will tad imsmU nllel to uUe h MiMto Cough Owe rdthtgrUoa wj4 PewesnU Harms nfa bill ba doue more hi Tbe Ding tbrM days to reootuitruct and atrutJii iba Democratic party than all th W omeiliators and managera mbim u amw WO m year X nJ ia OATS Kansas City Montana Fisher Duguist Tit condition of the oat crop compar- reign in Erglish h s ory will bu vividly prcstnted ed with an avotaieyear is 75 The close Iniquitous Lumber Tariff Colorado Pacific Coast of April haiely found the crop sown and tho Tho pioposctl tariff on lumber When John Wesley Was In America is sim the condition therefore is not very ap Boston Trmiicript Rep suys Few people know that John Wesley ply a mcusuto to pick tho pockets and Utah Washington Omaha pur nt To insure even a fair ciop tl e tifali from this until the maturity of was ever in America Few know that it crush tho industry of n largo useful and la St Paul Nebraska the crop must be above the normal for was he and not Iiobert Itaikis who influential class of American citizens stablislud the fist Sunday School in It is uneconomic unscientific suicidal that season Tho statements upon which thisschedulo the world It was John Wesley who COHN Black Hills was mado up nro shown to lmvo been iffisussi ujflnivvvci4ryAiv MXfJx s Probibly a entailer per cent f the preached thu first Methodist sermon insidious aud misleading Tho result VIA corn crop was planted prior to Jlay 1st delivered in the United States In Tbe will bo to strip the country not of au than ever b lure The ono week of fv Ladles Home Journal for June Itev W annually recurring income but of its oruble weather at the close of April was J Scott will tell In the Great Preonal whito piuo principal which nt present For 11 yearn this ihoo by merit alone ha1 distanced all comiotltorB rntca is within ten years of exhaustion tuHile mo of to the fullest extent and Events series the story of When John W Im Douiilas lVra m no aud 3XU thncs are tho productloim of skilled workmen from the which is nnd also to ruin a lurge class of business Wesley Preached In Georgia VESTIBULED TRAINS farmers were In ginning lo txperieicea tMt matorlnl poMlble at these price iOU Also and men in this country who deservo better nnd ill eliws for men 93SU t feeling of relii f when the rain of April said to be one of the most interesting 175 for boys things It docs not seem possiblo thut SLEEPERS DINING CARS WTa Douglas nhoes am Indorsed 20 h a titl J0Ui put a stop to further farm narratives in this most succts ful series by over 1MIM wearers as tho best men claiming to represent tno peoplo In style fit and durability of any work CHAIR CARS speraetes hoe erer offered nt tbe prlees will permit sucli a meiisuro to linvo the They am mnde In all the latest T e acreage for 1807 Is estimated at 85 foico of luw If they do it will ccuso shapes and styles and of every vari TO DEMOCRATS ety of leather to bo folly und becomo iniquity CON8ULT TICKET AOENT OR per cut of acreage of 1800 which would If dealer cannot supply you write for cat a loguo to W I Douglas ltrockton Mass Sold by make the number of acres that will be F M RUGG TRAV PASSR AQCNT Old People SAMUEL SULZER plai ti d this year 2101322 based on the Cloverport Ky ST LOUIS MO Call of The Committee for Precinct Old peope who nquiro medicine to number of acriB reported by assusjrsin regulate thu bowels nnd kidnejs uill And And County Conventions to Nom- Â¬ 1800 the true remedy In Electric Ilittei b This for Circuit Tne pr cent of 1800 cropstill in farm inate Candidates medicine does not stimulate and contairs era hand is estimated at 25 Com is And State Judge no whs oy nor other intoxicant but Scarce in many localities and the price Senator acts ss a touin and alterative It acs h s materially advanced mildly on th stomach and bowes add tod cco The co tali ion of plant bdd averagiu Precinct Meetings May 22 County ing sreiiKlh and giving tnneto the organs thereby aiding nature iu the per 70 A bhort acreagn ic s ill indicated by May 24 Dittriot May 27 fortnaucx of tho functio a Klctric Hitreportf hut tiiere Is a possibility that the ters h au ixcellent apneliz r and aids xptcttdthort g will stimulate piolu The Democrats of Bn ckenrhlge conn digestion Old penpo iliul it jus ixact tlou uutll au average acreage will be ty are hereby called to meet in their var ly what they need Price fity cents ant planted 100 per bottle at A It Fishers Drug ious voting precincts on Saturday Maj CLOVKIt AND FABTUIttS The condition i f clover is 88 and for 22 1807 at 2 oclock p m solar timefoi Store he purpose of electing and Instructing I rs ur s the condition is 00 The I rotcctlon Umbrella The bountiful rainfall has beeuviry deb tMtes lo attend n county convention fayorable lo clover and other grass seed which is hereby called to meet at Har sown this spring and the result is the dinslmrg on Monday May 24 18C7 at 2 oclock p m solar time to select and ino9t perfect stand obtained iu yeaiB instruct delegates to meet at Hardlns MVK STOCK Thu condition if livd stock nmaius burg on Thursday May 27 1807 at 1 generally g o I Cattle and shesp are in oclock p in fur the purpose of nomi xvellent demand at full prices Hogs nating a candidate for the ofllce of Cirare plentiful notwithstanding the pre- Â¬ cuit Judge and Commonwealths Attor- Â¬ valence of Cholera which seems to have ney of this the Ninth Judicial District and also a candidate for Senator from the come to Btay in many localities It is gratifying to note an improved di Tenth Senatorial District The senti Â¬ mand for horses after a long season of di ments of each precinct will be expressed presslon Good horses are now iu brisk in tho district convention so ss to give demand and rolling at a price which each candidate the vote he receives in while still slow is far above the ruliig each precinct as reported to the county LOUISVILLE Southeast Got of Twelfth convention price for several jearn Tho chairman of each precinct com- Â¬ The Glanders scare in B u bon and Selling Fee Reduced to 150 per hhd and 1 per cent Commission Harrison counties has passed away but mittee shall call the meeting to order in Bucklens Arnica Salve a malignant form of Distemper is report Â¬ his precinct and shall preside over same aud if for any caino the committeeman Tiik Best Salvb in the world for Cuts ed in Whitley county IF Buftilo Gnas have caused the death iu any precinct fall to attend or being Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Kheum Fe WITH of many horses and mules iu the western piesent fail to call the meeting to order ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions c aunties particularly Carlisle and Ohio then a majority of those present aud enThe number of hoise colts foaled this titled to vote shall select achalrman who and postively cures Piles or no pay re Â¬ spring as compared with the spring of shall preside and the chaliman and sec- quired It Is guaranteed to give perfect 1800 la 77 white the number of mule retary of each precinct meeting shall cer- Â¬ sttlbfuctlon or money refunded Price IKUIItllTOUK tify to the county convention the creden- 25 cents p ir box Foit Balk nv A II oiias a bridges colts by a 8 mllar romparison is 70 Cor Eighth and Main Streets tials of tbe delegates from their respec- Â¬ Fisher W G bridges LOUISVILLE KY kbuit raosri CTJ tive pneincts The fruit is generally reported in flue Why We Shlrer FOUR MONTHS STORAGE All known Democrats aud Democratic condition with the exception of peache It is truo that woolen clothing un jouths who shall attain their majority Iu regard to this fruit the reports are prior to the November election 1807 and derwear nud blankets will bo out of the reach of peoplo of modonito means when very coi fl cling ranging from 110 down all reputable persona who will agree to Diugloy has his way but just think to 15 pi r cent of an average crop It is support tho Drmocratlo nominees for to suffer for ouos coun Â¬ perhaps significant that the counties of Circuit Judge aud Commonwealths At- Â¬ how sweet it is in order that tho rob Â¬ try and to shiver Carroll And Trimble noted for their pro Â¬ torney and State Senator are cordially ber barons iray continue to wax fat duction of peaches report a condition of invited to take part in the convention and contribute to tho legitimate ex but 24 and 15 per cent respectively The following is a list of the precinctB pemes of the g a pi Louisville Post We fully realize your thoughts when the idea of Tne general summary of conditions is and the number of votes to which each having dental work done comes but nevertheless for apples Oil j poaches 70 pears 74 When the spring time comes gentle is entitled cherries 82 Grapts 04 and strawber Â¬ Hardlns urg No 1 Annie like all other sensible persons they must have attention and the sooner the better 4 ries 80 will cleanse the liver and renovate the ii a ii 2 We are prepared to do your work with a guarantee Karly Risers CHINCH DUO AND BAN JOSE tCALK 2 system with DeWltta Little 3 to give satisfaction at exceedingly low prices famous little pills for th liver and stom Â¬ In addi on to the presence of Chinch Cloverport No 1 1 We will be at Irvington on Wcdnetday and Thursday after the Haynes bug alrea y noted in the counties of m ii 2 ach all tho year round Short 2 fourth Monday of each month It is to your interest to consult us Livingston and Mason we know from 3 3 ruueture the Theory personal observation that the bug exists ii j ii 2 WILDER Brandenburg Ky The opposition of tho protected inter Â¬ HARDIN in considerable numbers in the counties Btophetipport 2 ests of Massachusetts to a duty on hides of Marion and Washington and thcro Is 3 looks like ait abandonment of tho favor Union Star reasju tu believe that all portions of the Moolryvllle the for Â¬ 2 ito protectionist theory that State inf sted lattyear contain the pest Webster 4 eigner pnys the tax Fanners are urgd to watch chs y and Howleyville 2 Unconditional surrender js the only as soon as I ha advnt of the bug Is noted MgPprlng 1 terms those famous little pills known aa application srould be made to the Direc- Custer 4 DoWitts Little Early Risers will make 3TOTT W-A-nsr- a tor tithe Experimental Station at Lex Hudson 3 with constipation elck headache and ington for a supply of fungus for dlseaa -- McDautels 3 stomach troubles Short Haynes lug it 2 Olendana j 2 It is greatly to be deplored that the KnckVale dnadt d San Jot Scale has rnada Its ap A 41 I make a specialty of Fine Apple Brandy guaranteed Total AJAX TABLETS rOHITlVKkY UUKK pcaranre In thu Siate Its pr s Hce hay Â¬ Mikk Mulch Clirma AiL Mtrvou HhwsleMUMVMag Xttn lHnat I use nothing but sound and to be strictly unadulterated Mo pry ImpoUiw ing be end doubt been dlicovsfed tw ujt x oration orouierquickly sd ladle Claupr Mkbckk Seoy br AbaM ripe fruit My Brandy is all fermented in tubs not in cement Imw h4 nrW Tkoy the county of Warres The bill lutewd CMtora XoM Vitaltur la old or wow aad cisterns so that mean disagreeable flavor is not detected Do yoH r eyes ever MMtrt burn or ed to eradicate it baa jmmlmi tim Lower Desirous of introducing my goods will make special prices IIq4mm oi the General Aaaewbly ami will Satherknda Eagle Eye 81 va wm la ilea mum improf otk fail In on one to four gallon packages 95 goods ioo per gallon It will maka LTTn nenei ifcaietlaX will bMOit thai fclls no doubt Ukuh a law iu a aw day WaatnauMand 97 goods f 175 per gallon f o b All pacWgei securely ia4 wtlloaMTO SHRTC distinct and wljl Narw rjuwn and fruit growura tiiold WrvHa4M- a4 tealedand shipped on snort notice LJfSJ Put sharp lookout fur any aiiQaoal titabt yoa to raad without Uria of uir trwa and wbaa lia ai a W tobia caamafcat and aiaa PMwrauo liTkWIiBB prM04w Uufetad tha faot aboaM ba to aaa Two aapHoasinw arc worth toa far Mala let Clwr r Mrl at oaaa raportid to YioL H Uaratan ol UaMMtbaprYV 1 education a gt a better Vou can or to Which roJu It 3inml July write If you Kecial cmphaili put onpr pare youritlf for leeching Imuran certificate enter uke Tin re Is innru Catarrh In this section n thnrou h mrrnln llnnlliir Cmirkr e2i will nay yr u t til1897 tout watt belter now fie Ninle Icncliere Coiniiiriiiil CIIIMIUY IlltON Proprietor rVrlte now ol thu country than all other diseases nnd linjcljiiettoi ill iu Mention tonne wane Soul he n Normal Vch ol and flow nff Gteen fluilncft Coll ge Howling Green Ky put tig ther and until the latt few jears was supposed to bo incurable An Oilloiu Tax FOR SALE CHEAP For a great many years doctors pro Â¬ A Tho tin pinto makers wish to boom nounced it a local disease and prescribed nld anil me 3eor old taken noon rne their IniHiiicM by increasing tho duty ChIftter While Sow Jteor recently to IImJIb No bred local remtdl s and by constantly fall011 importid tin plate to tho injury of t 14t two CheMer Olltt anil two Und Chi a ing to cure with local treatment proISilie bred one Cheiter mile e months old one the cunning industry and other indus weeks old CMnl mil nounced it incurable Science hai tries that flourish by reason of cheap Poland weeka rlJ at10choice itcclc 7AChester male bargain to plg S TERMS REASONABLE th e In of proven catarrh to bo n constitutional tin plato Another blow is struck nt at once reed lle sumithlrg nl e Writo or come Address nil communications to Clovor requires constitu- Â¬ business by ubolishiug thu rcbato on ex- 43 Ky II A TAHKS Chiton Mills disecs and thereforo port Ky tional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure ported tin cans Now canned goods ex ported iu can made of imported tiu nro Co manufactured by F J Cheney allowed a drawback of tho duty paid Tidedo O ilo Is tho only constitutional and thus At the Law Office of mi export business has been cure on the market It 1b taken inter- built up in canned fruits oysters vege Office on 6th St Cannellon Ind nally in doses from 10 drops to a G tables petroleum etc Over 4000000 Itattsdirtctly on the blood tin cans nro rent abroad annually conIN ItAHDINSUUUO TJentiitry In all Its ftranehei p nctlced and and mucous surfaces of the system They taining oil which competes with that of all operations performed in the tnoit skillful offer ono hundred dollars for tach case Itussin When Russia can buy tin pinto manner at prices to suit the times wliilo wo have to pay 370 it falls to cure Send for circulars and nt CO forititbox is evident that our com Â¬ A Deed Mortgage or any writ- tA it Crown and Ilrldge Work a specialty Teeth testimonials Address ton Instrument drawn Rent petition will Lo rendered difflcult Mr estracted Positively Without laln CHENEY A Co Toledo O Dlngley rcba Ictcr to pay Paul Balti buy or Bell a piece of land ItOOUIN HIoit louiplote IlClltlll CSTSold by Druggists 75c more Sun Collections mndo and remit- Â¬ Southern I ml I ruin tances prompt Quen Victorias Diamond Jubilee A prominont western newspaptr Copying douo on tho Call In Its June number The Ladies Homo recommends ihx need tea as an excellent grapi the best type writer n trip Do you Buffer from Aroyoupolnff to tnlte Journal will celebrate the Diamond remedy for whooping cough It may be Heiere lleuiluilirn IStrvoiistiirsiaip Henxlck in the world llxhtm tlonf Why not jnivt it nil f Jubilee in a way distinctly its own In good but It Is not to be compared with ifintf or iiNUMNs MKvruoi imiii-hrheadache Jill Help thatthe ue of cure that nerYOUinrf a and Cough Hmedy This leaBlckneiiii by an article by William George Jordan Chamberlains thli Inhaler the yrpateet entitled Wl at Victoria Has Seen the preparation will allay the violent fits of fftlmulant and nrerentatlvo known Vonderrnl rr lief In Har Fever nnd Asthma UTIIITI CUNII and you readtr will be taken on tho British coughlni and make them less friquent MAJSM lMrVrnit tfor llnnk willsd alwars Hne It fnrlt llmarrlatt lr o cant l It Prsid mill ftO ttl fa MmlLol frf It aho liqtf fl S the CL8I1XU DUltiCU tliroue and the marvelous panorama of and leBS Bveri tlMUlStS 1M 1 B tho worlds history for Bixty years will tough mucus in iking it easier to expecComplete recovery is much He will at a glance torate pass bi fore him Inven- Â¬ quicker too when this remedy la given see tl e progress In art icier tion music education the great social There is no danger in giving it to small reform tho growth of nations and tbe children as it is a plenant syrup anil TO advance of civil zition The whole sto y contains nothing Injininis For sale a It f the worlds progress of the longest 25 and 50 cents per bottle by A ASSOCIATION F BEAVIN Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Practical Surveyor Â¬ Â¬ J C BUSH D D S Â¬ V BABBAGE Â¬ You Can Get FJ Â¬ 1 DO YOU TRAVEL A Â¬ c BEST TRAINS w MP Â¬ S3SHOElnthDoorld WL DOUGLAS St Louis or Chicago Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MHglWMHHl Â¬ Â¬ Z T COX Agent - - Ekron Ky GOLDEN RULE Main Independent Tobacco Warehouse CO W B TATE KY Â¬ JT OWBF Â¬ PICKETT TOBACCO C A Bridges WAKEHOUSE Co Â¬ Â¬ FREE Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order Good f VAVAVWSj for rtuiiiiy ur jimmi um -- Â¬ Â¬ MADE ME MAN Pure jjpplc JJrandy CM ruli fl - kp att SgSa Hr TitaWlTSSiSSSSn HEKSF arKU Krtr t SMITH AndyvjUleaXy n 4 MMmwHaMMaMm ivr A ffl i Hem per lb bi tion Mr Otto Donier secretary of tho a JO Spring Chickens per dm Wisconsin Stato Lcaguo For Good Roads L B 9 Duokiperlb when there Is comparative politic l0 Just calls attention to this phaso of tho road Qecie per dot t00 Iti al quiet let us have a little talk together question and states that it costs tho POTATOES A OS about traitors That sad failure Major trlh per barrel farmers of Wisconsin 8250000 n year New La i 6ll1u 3 00 for marketing Ulicir wheat com nnd General Benedict Arnold with his pas- Â¬ t weH potatoes 76 per bbl t outs and says thut two thirds of this sionate tomperament his extravagant From Horn 1 to 6 ct higher Something to Depend On sum or 5600000 could bo saved ou Nayjr Items per bushel habits his fashionable wife his delayed Mr James Jones of the drug firm of HOOTS rank and Anally his foolish attempt to Jones A Son Cowdon III in peaklng of tho transportation of grain nlono if tho stato wero supplied with good roads A r Ginseng 10 175 humiliate his hatred compeers Is known Dr Kings New Discovery 21 Senlca Snake taking Mr sas that last writer in Tho Farm News 1 X fia 16 to every child as the traitor Unhappy Pink her winter his wife was attacked with La Dorncrs figures as a basis shows tho J Yellow 21 man his name is buried beneath moun Â¬ Grippe loss to tho dairy ntid Other interests from Wild linger 6 and her case grow so serious that I tains of the most awful obloquy and his 6 Lady Slipper phjslclans at Cowden and Pana could do the sumo cnusu Unsays 2 May pple This Is n very largo amount of monoy is made to give point to many a 2K career nothing for her It seemed to develop to wasto Blood oviry yeur and wo would sup 2i speech as if a man were able to prove into Hasty Consumption Having Dr poso that it ought to ltavo power to agi Â¬ FIB1 l HEEDS his own patriotism by pointing out come 1 35 Timothy per bushel Discovery in s oie and sell- Â¬ tato every ouo who is In nuy way In- Â¬ Kings New one elses lack of it Now patriotism is ing lots of It 4 60 Cloror per bushel he took a bottle home and volved Indeed it seems so largo that 3 00 Crimson Clover perbuehel not a negative thing like that it is Phar Â¬ to all she began to get sorno ouo might imagine that Mr Dor 60 the surprise of Bed Top pel bushel isaism which prompts a man to cry out 1 60 Orchard urnis per bushel must havo mado sonio mistake Dut better from first tlcso and half dozen tier 1 40 to a witnessing world and a recording Blue Grass fancy p r bushel dollar bottles cured her sund and woll this ppiitlcninn is no doubt perfectly ac Blue liran extra per bushel heaven I thank God that I am not as curate and within tho limits of tho nc 2 51 Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumpt- Â¬ HAYNES Onion Fetf Yellow per bushel tual loss to tho state because ho has uot Sold by SHORT this poor traitor Before high heaven 1 ion Coughs 3 50 Wbito and Colds Is guaranteed to calculated tho loss ou general market- Â¬ UIDES swear that I would never betray my do this good work Try it Free trial ing when tho fanner must puss so many 7J Green pood Among The Poultry country There is the everlasting re- Â¬ bottle at A It Dry Salt gcod Fishers Drug Store times over bad roods or not market at buke to meet that the first to cast a stone 14 13 4 Dry flint gtod Save all the feathers all many cf tho products of his farm 60 25 Sheep skins should be a sinless one Besides ho has not taken into tho no Wheat Is one of the best egg produo- PARTY FEALTY WOOL count tho tinio nnd labor wasted by tho ing foods 20 23 Tab washed Bear in mind that in Arnolds time the farmers family in doing tho necessary 16 5 16 Grease fine Habdinsdubo Ky M y 12 1807 The IDS 15 Sunflower seed promote laying and Burry shopping In tho towns sothatwhilo tho test- Â¬ principles of Democracy were being personel of any ticket when all the cilices Black It 13 ed but also bear in mind that they have of the county are to be Ailed cannot pos- amount of wasto seems largo it is cer- Â¬ good health 10 Q 16 Dairy and Outs also been tested in no less degree at any sibly ever be entirely satisfactory to all tainly not beyond tho real loss Let us MISCELLANEOUS Keep the tail and wing feathers sepa Â¬ now seo how it is last It docs not go 3 Tallow moment since Great dangers are not the voters of a party If such could be from tho fanners pocket directly in rate from the others 23 Beeswax always noisy and battle like they may the case there would 16 26 be no need of con- Â¬ money but in tho cud it is a loss of Chuff is a good material for the nestn Sorghum Molaxes be elltnt as the work of king fhhers ventions It is because we have our money vuluo of the early sitting hens craw fish and musk rats along tho levees favorites Mr Doiucr supposes that it now that It is necessary for parties AjtJaH4aitUs1 J I The secret of raising goslings is to keep of the Mississippi and the more danger- Â¬ to hold conventions When a sensible takes 3 to market each ton of tho thrco them dry and warm 43 TIT I grains com outs aud wheut and that ous because of their silence It seems man thinks of this fiai it is a mystery to the i Young fowls need bone meal to supply clear to me that a nation that lives and writer why he will to use a common there uro raised of tlicso grains iu Wis Â¬ consin 2750000 tons This gives tho strength and vigor to the growing frame Puring a third of a century grows Is never out of the experimental expression beef about the nomina- Â¬ amount 8 250000 Ho then supposes has never failed to drive out stage it never can until It dies take a tions Of It will require an average of one course excuses can bo found that if thcro wero good roads through all blood Impurities definite unchanging place in history and by any one looking for ghosts but they out tho stato the marketing could bo pound of grain per week for ten weeks be spoken or as having a sure and cer- Â¬ are not sufficient in the eyes of candor dono at 1 per tou This would amount to feed a chick tain glory of shame A nation sunk deep and honesty and those who do the kick If chicks are allowed to free run on down In unprogressive ways like Den- ing cauuot Certain cure for scrofula pimples lUht warm dajs it will add considerable even convince themsolves boils I u fact the time tested spring mark a quarter of a century ago may that their course is a correct one hence to their vigor medicine Sold by druggists aud pick up and show enterprise and a na- Â¬ you will find them loud mouthed lucrcnanta everywhere The use of cross bred cocks often pre- Â¬ tion like France lifted to tho very heav they are seeking to drown their convents uniformity in the color aud char- Â¬ enB by its privileges may be so untrue science In a din of words wliistllng to acteristics of the chicks in its individual life to the things that keep their courage up New blood in poultry is tho basis of are good and pure and loyal to nature But is there not a reason why men beauty vigor prollficalness Introduce that its future becomes a dubious one should support candidates who may be it every two weeks DR MENDENHALLS persona nou gratia t I us3 the word If the lage white breed of tho ducks Thus we Americans must never lose IMPROVED men advisedly I am not speaking of sight of the fact that our vast area Is are kept the feathers will b uearly as things or those peoplo who do not CHILL FEYBR valuable as those from the geese morely a great stage on which an exper- care for the welfare of the country who iment in government by the people is have no views of public aflairs who alIf cracked oyster shells are kept whore being tried on the grandest scale In the low their prejudices the fowls can help themselv s there will pasjions or selfishhistory of the world So because the ness to govern be no sift shelled eggs them but I address my outcome has just the element of uncer- Â¬ self to those Winter layers depend upon early pul- Â¬ who feel the responsibility tainty about It that all other experi- of cillzsnship lets Early pullets depend upon early aud have views as to what ments have it is ours to work and watch principles setters and early setteis u ion winter are necessary for the weal of and wait to remove every possible hin- the people To layers suuh there Is presented drance to a progressive proof that gov- Â¬ a serious question of affairs scink ox a country hoad before which Keep tho yard and poultry house 11 ors From Good Roads ernment Of the people by the people and the personal of the candidates representto 2750000 still n largo sum but it sprinkled with air Blacked lime aud thorn for the people is such a success that it ing those principles pale into insignifi- would bo n saving of 5 500 000 of what will be fewer cases of roup St Louis need never perish off the earth as a cance I have no preference for the fig- it uow costs Tho farmer who markets Republic thing that has been tested and thrown ure 2 over the figure 3 nor for the 3 over 100 tons of grain would save 200 in aside the 2 yet If you place the figure 2 at the timo labor and wear and tear of his Mr Charles II Wetzel of Sunbury head of a column representing those horses and wagon Besides it would not But as in a field the contest is with principles which bo necessary for him to keep and feed Pa was so much pleased witli a remedy I believe are the true weeds so in our government the battle which cured him of rheumatism that he principles of government and the 3 is so many horses tu do his work Now that wo may realizo how tho made affidavit to thtt fact for publication is with traitors and they exist not mere Â¬ placed as a representative of contra prinGUARANTEED TO CURE constant adding up of a great many ly in the pages of a school history to be ciples follows This is to certify that ou it representsand the figure 0 would small sums produces a very largo as CHILLS AND FEVER held up and execrated as things that under such circumstances become my amount wo will tako the statistics of May 11th I walked into Melicke drug And Malaria In all Forms Tasteless Nono have been I say they exist not there choice and on a pair of crntclus bought a genuine ltliout tho abort picture and tho preference I am a Demo- Â¬ tho dairy products of this samo stato of store signature ot J C Mendenhall and then only but here and now as per- Â¬ crat because Wisconsin as given in tho last dairy bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm for I believe the principles f Price SO conts at all Doalore ennial as weeds as stubborn as disease infliinmatory rheumatism which bad that party are absolutely the only prin- bulletin of the United States agricul- Â¬ PREPARED ONLY BV as dangerous as powder They do not me up Alter using three ciples which will secure to our peoplo the tural department Tho value of all theso crippled JT O prowl around wfth guns and cannon is given for Wisconsin nt 30 bottles I am competely cured I can blessings of liberty happy homes and products IND EVANSVILLE 000000 a very largo amount of mouey cheerfully r commend It they sign and seal no unholy agreements are necessary to the prosperity of the Sold by SHORT HAYNES No ouo knows better than tho indus Â¬ ClIAHLIS II WktZSIj they cannot be found lurking near ex- Â¬ people The candidates of that party trious aud economical dairymen of Wis- Â¬ plosives with torches Sworn and subscribed to beforo mo on Where are they represent those principles and hence un- consin how many little hits of work then Let us away with them J you Aug 10 1804 Walter Shlpman J P der all circumstances they receive my and enro enter into tho making up of 5 say But go gently lest perhaps your this largo amount of money Lotus now Pain Balm is for sale at 2 and 50 cants support Can I believing as I do afford mothers son be found among them comparo tho loss to the farmer which per bottle by A R Fisher Druggist to oppose a candidate becauso he is not results from bad roads and whloh hap Â¬ my choice or because of any other fake pens llttlo littio Wo will omit for Traitors are those who occupy posi- excuse who is the representative of prin- tho timo by loss to the the dairyman Tho tions of trust and forget that they are ciples which I sincerely believe are nec- Â¬ farmers los for Wisconsin has been es Is your bttttltti Yonrlinpplncss la your urenutb bealtliy the Head and Thront public servants traitors are the voters essary to the happiness of the people timated nt 5500000 This is moro Keepyour mind nnd hrnlnl ninnyclear andnnd eaue and fltrel MEVrilOI nil head who condemn house servants for ineffi If I do so I am false to myself false to than 18 per ceut of tho valuo of tho CimUMAJil to mankind In 1MIAIKU lithe irrentent relief troubles ovkfn That mini tiiuoat dis ciency ana uiscuarge tuem yet cringe my country false to the people I will dairy products of tho stato If wo now TAKKII coram awful odor orcntnrrh ca- and crawl before public officials as though not sink my judgment to such a level 1 add to this tho dairymans loss aud tho appears by Its nfte Wonderful In Ilnr rererand AsUima JrnUYII ONIYV flUNHarANM I If in l they wero of superior flesh forgetting will not permit my patriotism to strike loss of other murkcting for want of good Vranltt trail hr II By II IS hr llo l Krnthol frw roads it will easily roaoh 0000000 cmixis uaia cu iijujuu im u b i the while that every such official would ita flag to my paltry prejudice or passion This is 20 per cent of tho dairy product be ai naught save for the people who I appeal to everyone to rise above such of this rich and prosperous stato each placed him there traitors are legislators Ignoble action and buckle on the armor year and must still continuo and in who promise to obey the will of tho peo- Â¬ and join tho fight for our country our crcaso if thero is no improvement in the ple and straightway do the opposite homes our prosperity and our happi- Â¬ roads Tho farmer and fmiryman of Wiscon Â¬ bringing shame and public doubt upon ness the very home of good laws without Lot the cry of hard times and poverty sin must bo content to seo 20 percent of which no nation can live traitors are cease and let tho bells of joy and happi- tho whole nmouut of tho dairymans the selfish men who buy the bodies and ness ring out again Our country tis of products literally sacrificed to the LouIsylJle Hsnd ersonXSI Lruls RyCr greedy god of thn mud and that by souls of law mukers and have their will thee sweet land of liberty We do be- Â¬ tho barbarous proerss of i ticking their with them for a price traitors are they lieve that prosperity can only como hand wagons and horses and sometimes themwho forgetting the blood shed for their in hand with Democracy then let us solves almost up to tho boot tops into welfare and their privileges hold up labor for the supremacy of Democracy tho black swamp mud and tho yollow raktiiir Kiren their votes to be bartered over and pur- Â¬ and then we will have the approval of sticky day of tho roads Suroly when tliis condition is properly considered nil M 600 oelelc A M Saiidj Dee 27 189G chased so that great questions asking for conscience and judgment while if we are unbiased judgment are looked upon governed by pitiful selfishness or rank- who aro involved should bo somewhat Bint Bound Trait iTttl Bovtd Truint agitated through tho alluring glass of monetary ling prejudice the future will prod us other states Nor is tho condition of tho May Co of tho Union on an average 42 gain traitors are those who living un Â¬ with the thorns of mlf disipproval and any better 41 A but ratlior worse OANNELTON IND Kxprs Mall A STA rilNV Mail Kapr Kxprs Kxprs der a free and thrilling government regret If now there wero no way out of this Sextus whose strength fs Ita rellanco on the Dally Pally Pally Pally difficulty wo would bo in tho end great 12 6 30n 8 034 m hearty co operation of the people take no There is some one in almost every yearly losers as well as being always utai 12 4Vn Kentucky St 30 812 0 43 more share in Its active support than a neighborhood who is subject to attacks in a sorry plight Tho only way out is 11 fflaro 84 7 04 West Iolnt TM v limy ird 8 48 THB to agitate and ngitato until tho motive 7 28 112 71 Bushman or a Hottentot or a Itusaian of pain in the stomach or bllllous colic Wlllnwdala 1143 T37 663 8t Great RESTORER power among us tukos some deflnito dU Hock llavcn 1187 serf Every indolent voter unapprecla UOJ 6 47 Mr J D Kennoy Warren Center Pa 74 rootion Let each mnn talk to his neigh Â¬ Lonjr llrinch 11 SO Restores psrfect 7 tO 9U1 641 tive of a condition of life and liberty and used to bo troubled in that way He bor llrandenburir 7fca U10 633 U2J and to every mail that ho sees plod Â¬ 1113 Karon 808 926 manlioocfuud re 626 individual iniluence that down trodden says The attacks wero marked by ding through tho mud and soon there 1114 9DJ 110 Outtou 018 moves all obsta 9 41 1060 8 21 nations gave at with longing eyes evory terrible pains diarrhea and fainting will bo n sentiment that something must Irvimrtoo 010 fi JV cles to marrliure 8j2 9 48 1046 Webster 667 unjust judge bringing his high andes spells At such times I suffered exceed- Â¬ bo dono Tho couolnslon will generally Rcstoraa tho 8 10 9M 1037 6 49 fodburc nervous entile 1029 1013 847 lierco 642 bo roached that sonio outsido help must Bential office down to the dust of person- Â¬ ingly until I began using Chamberlains system sad stops all 10 OT 10 24 Sauiple 863 6f7 10 IS Stepbeusport U00 1016 al considerations every one who never Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy bo called In Tho help must como through 629 hrnM wiai losses i BW i I 1020 10 08 904 Addison 5i2 movoo effects ofio the It may bo the looks at a question excopt from a point two or three doses of which efT cted an somo organized body 1022 0 07 1006 Holt 621 slos of youtti nnd ex stato or tho county or both but certainly as Cloverport 9 62 820 io 611 of gain orlosa to himself all these I say immediate and lasting cure cesses of Ister years For sale something must be done to stop this 10 88 9 48 Shops 823 6C8 Romovos nil effects 633 10 49 SXIUman 937 yjtre making us tremble at the cup of by A It Fisher Druggist 467 groat waste of dissipation and re 45 1U69 926 llawesvlllo 47 wrath which by the immutable laws an waste place 1107 023 pairs 918 1etrlo 912 falcon outraged opportunity Cures Insomnia-- and 968 1113 gradually of Nothing But Pie 1122 008 Iwisport 901 416 restores rurcalilnu 01S Waltman fills up to be held to the lips of a nation Fobdsville 866 419 Ky May 10 07 Fmknd sleep Cures Iu 1023 11298 11 Powers 846 410 worshipping an Ideal of sloth or Bauuaoe oftiib BniccKUNRirxiBNicwa nod restores found 1149 498 834 fates 869 Causes fully lialt the sickness In the world It ull vital power Owcnsboro U6U4D 048 3 44 826 wealth or conscienceless selfishness I lived at the time of J J Crittenden 1311pm Mattlnrly Cures ull wasting lift 1216 3 38 813 retain the digested food too long la the bowels 105 diseases tad restorus OrlKth 818 who was Senator and now we see men of and produces blliousaess torpid Hver fcua- tw 1220 108 Stanley 804 development to all parts of the body 12 2d 116 Worthinrton 768 NERVE LIFE is the only purely Search them out asd see how near Dr Deboea caliber in tho same chair 1233 Heads 761 scientific treatment and atTonls relief from II M 12 41 door step yon will come I Then dealing out Keutucky patronage and a Spottsvllla your owe I sa IM Ui first days use removes the cause It iJIpm 1244 Nassau 164 pack of hungry wolves Blandford pi yevnvlf with tb qotkH m to how and assists nature to effect a euro Cures - iI 0Vil IMP guaranteed Special disoouut to physicians cosdlUoB Bet 1 a distant Combs and a host of others at his hel to bHw Our new treatise on Nervous Diseases Trains Nns 411 d 41 nuks cirnactlon at Ir no wonder a rata of political principles feitlon bad tiitc coated MB B ye Uv It cm state fct right wn Manhood IU JUm and lUeovery wailed vnulon dl vixtf pi Sunday wlh trains to aad toiiiiue tick Uc aUactw In- II from Harilla burg aa4 KokIsviII Wach free in plaJa seated wraser for two S MBt omnia etc Hoods mil W t 4mm Is prt Md by Yrjr itple get I dlagwted at politic if there Is Both Only Una tunaaf Parkr Ca stamps Me iUea tfcla imww Ittls lag U but pie let us all quit m Ui bHt lUMfettalM ft CurecoutUNUioaadtJllU vll Owsutboio a4 HHarsoa Oary iHrvcl Mb MtMHM H r te Cmisc bat mtM Trie TreasaeM lolheNorikand Kaat For sWUmu bafonBaUra tut thoroughly Xc AUdruattats mlmd byoad all oba Youra Truly NiHVf ltff MIMAl 00 tea oa yourCwn call 00 or staUtaaa Agents or fTtparwt by a I Hood ft 0a LotwU Kms hcTmohpuk AOTA AkAMA9 MtCN mm w T M DavMport pf MOBM MM mc apiuwwuw lkt u i V only nils to Ulu with HMtfi HtnsfarttJa Luimll Ky a man tacitly accepts llko a hungry animal all the blessings of n alarm all quiet country free from WEDENSDAY MAY 10 1897 the protection in his rights and then feels no call to make even the slightest The Ruler of iho World return unless it he of still further person Prom the PhlladelpMa Ameilean al gain to him Then remember as a The hand that locks the crsdleM saM the poiti clinching fact In the BolMectuing you relet the world have been enduring that a man in re Â¬ And once perhaps the etsirment had its worth But to day we give the medal to the foot that works sponsible as far as his influence reach s and that that lofluenco begins at homo the pedal I The wheetwoman now rules oer all theeiith Jerusalem was kept clean by every man sweeping beforo his own door and the Rambling Thoughtcleaning and bettericg of our political conditions is to be vffected by the same BY HKMO simple method Copyrighted Breckenridge Kews shown when THBl BHKLOKHNHID6S1 NKtWS OLOVERPOftt KV BANK HIE fiLlllUI IIEIIW wars r wvmi IT 10 V J msatV Mlyi i if ttdbkmuitmif GREGORY Wharfmasters CLOVERTORT a Ik CO Â¬ 5 WVJ MS 7 or Steamboat Afitnts KENTUCK 18 lh 7 LOUtSVtMiK KY M Shippers sboulJ Diatk nil paoKea plainly with shippers name and post nine vltlr EAEDIE3BTJEG F BliARD President WILL MILLEU Vl lreslden B M U Irnl trots Homestead Fertilizer Company Standard Dealers In MUJ COSTS MILLIONS HOW POOH ROAD3 CUT DOWN THE FARMERS INCOME Tho euonnons nmonnt of money which is annunlly wasted becauso of poor roads is not appreciated by tho farmers oh n clnss becnuso they hnvo not given tho matter serious considera- Â¬ lUITTHR Choloe nonntr Medium rc ni Oil in 9 16 i 7 Cretmsnr - Ih Bews Frh Mixed Old No 1 duck tana FHATUKlln Ua a CqbjJ UKAKD Cashier Doom Hash Winds Yellow Pine FloJ O W BBARD 1 MORRIS ESKUIDQB V J R M JOLLY -- VA iJ 74 1 Director Prime white goons 28 21 ft 20 XO INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Bring Out Your Plugs There will be Horse Tradlns at Steohcnpori Kv So come on with at liens Mill erery Saturday Youts truly joul plugs Horse Trader 00 TO VOTERS AND THOSE WHO 10 VK THEM would not thre to thus write to you unless in my own small corner an lion ctt endeayor were being made to prac- Â¬ tice some of this preaching I V POUliTR7 Fm visaM SlMM fi ing aud Oiling Weather noaru Shingles Bait Lime CetneJjjJ Lalhfl Master Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished far BulMtsjs ami Building Material Harry Wilkes each rlnth day Other limes at mv sable Kindly Hiking your pairnrnce and thanking you ua for past fjAori Ktspectlully 41 3 C WheelTobaccoCi WCOKPOllATED Pcrsorsilelilrg to breed to he lamnns hose Hnrry Wllkfs will find him at Harned Station Hi turn Trlday and Saturday My 7 h and 8 h - Hawkins o uuuu Ntiai mining Js just as escntial to success In business as your rating with any of the mcrchan tilc agencies Write for prices and All work samples guaranteed us se J ti Ship your tobacco to the Whcql ToV co Co the only tobacco firm that la operative Every one whoslilwius hogsheads becomes a merarJro company and shares in all future prnu - n Dont bo footed by amenta fatso prorulsl Â¬ V51 Rrpnkpnrirlpp Npuq ww D DS rebates and big prices We charge 1 than ever before our regular feea bs been reduced from fifty cenU to one d lar per hogshead to suit the low prlc now being paid You will get the b attention every hogshead is liandl with tho greatest care and no rrjctlo unless actually necessary Wo will mlt by check or regictered letter Offl and sties room South east corner of Ma aud 12 ill streets Louisville Ky Mai your hoisheads Â¬ S59 - WHEEL TOBAOOO OO Wtf BRUCE IAUIHVX1LB Sec KX aVSaVlaTBJSUsl MIBn3 vim LHUli rnnniiaii IHX PS IMjyg-ti-- V- - TECH Rocknort Saw Work li Repairs Saws of All Kinds Â¬ Particular attention gives repairing large Circular Sai Hammering and Straightening a Spdclalty The Time Tested SARSAPARiLLA Â¬ Â¬ Every Saw tested by ste before it leaves the si Every Saw warranted Workmanship the wry b Prices lower than any alio America Mark your n on Saws and send a lettej advice as to repairs wantej THE ROCKPORT SAW WOR BOOKPORT IND Â¬ Al CM mumtmmmmmaMMLJMmmMZcmaKmmBmmrmsosBsnB11ti 5Sr1fe S f e RATES e UAT-- ThafTvstrentr My locoUM Hotel in Uu city Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JOHNSON ygi Jou SYILLE I Ky ETC BOOK KEEPING SHOBT HAND TELEQBAPHY PENMANSHIP Â¬ MENDENHALL Who desires to better his or her condition in life should write the Catalogue of the BRYANT No 400 THIRD BTItBET I1OUISVH1I1E STRATTON BT5iS2 KY Â¬ V CORRECTED TIME TABLES L H Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ YOUR FORTUNE I St L Rv Fotfle DEO Branch B O S-W TIME TABLE No 9 TAKING EFFECT 22 1805 TIEE R0 at jiaii S -- 0JLBJLiSJ Â¬ gast Hound Train West Hound Trains Dally I Pally Pally I Dalt ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sub No6 No 1 Trains leayo Louisville as follows W TtAILWAY CincInnatl an uouu and ihe West No 1 No 2 No 11 J H Hunsche 1160 10am Lv 12 05pm 12 12 UJ2 12 The TAILOR 35 1268 Irvlngton Ar 9 20m Garfield 810 Harned 760 Tunctlon 7 40 llardlnsburg 7 SO Kirk Jolly niendeane Dempster Junction 715 7 6 6 6 00 60 80 20 I Â¬ 110 128 135 165 2 20 Â¬ Will be in Clover usro 3 port on the 2d and 4th TIME SCHEDULE Friday of every month Casper 230 2 42 3 09 3 20 TQInm 264 arFallsItouKbU Pempster Rocavale ltuth Asklns Oaks 600 6 37 6 27 5 18 608 4 4 ArWoHT Mitchell 60 441 Vam with Safety Comfort Â¬ Louisville -- and Evassville 3onn Ar Boston 300pm Nraln No 16 has cltjrant rullman Buffet V Cut to Cincinnati and Prawneroon Sleepe dnlnz cars Cincinnati to Wathington Haiti PhllsnelphUand New York without chanee Ira n No tS has elrgant Pullman Parlor l Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and il cars Cincinnati 6New York without ehanja Train No so has sleepers to Cincinnati v n tn rain n m St Louis Sprlnifisl bmI Mm Wid No ao No i6fW 1 Lv Lnulsvilla imtfB m sijara Ar St Iuis 640pm Isjonn Ar Springfield 8 40pm North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 ArClncin atl Ar Culumbus nftriiliuuq Ar Washington Ar Baltimore Ar Phi adclphia Ar New York Lv Iulsira nam 15am 0 645am 11 035pm -6 8 nam 1155am 5 5pm 6 50 am 7 a 1015am 3am nrtlr 8i NERVE LIFE 9r Packet Line Fait Msll LIdo Between excent Sudav Trains Nos 16 so and 44 have elegant day j uuuuia parior anu sleeping cars o bt 101 From East 7 aj a m u 15 noon 5 a m j so a m From West -- j a a ro is 15 p ra 64QP m m City Ticket odice southeast corner Fourth mad Main streets Depot Saventb and river For di tail Information rrArdihg rates times m connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars K a daily Charestown accommodation leave ai THAINS AKIIIVE id 1 Louisville and Evansville BTKAMERS Â¬ E G RAGON F O M addnss Hyan Master W a Blibop Purser Purler Puner District 4 Iaiand Ticket Agent R Alain Louisville 4th nri II HSBKOWNt Ky O S VV K TARASOON h Penny Muter L T Conner m Crneral Pasenzer Agent Cincinnati iienerat ruueoger Agent Wnckwa4l niitsoBBniTmr q WARlKL Assistant OkW vwa TELL CITY B II Ballard Master W B Newbell Constipation PD STAGGS LoulwlHa jjk A Daily eicept Saturday batw aad Hew AsMtfrdam 3rfarft 1 Jll muuuy Hoods U -- Tke t Frlkt salf pad by tliU Use WIK4 qalokr r Uum ky Mil Twrtkra will Ind tha ttoMMfi ftM utt -- l U ama CUMM4 Ut ulpsseat mhI xaeMaaaaWtoM eullatry ra m m1u aai U 0 tkt of Mm U ao4i M IH It 4tk WM al a4o4 BlbVI tyll BoaaVtValB aw I a LW awBL vT BeaftVBBih14 jt2W4m HIS I CVWiuiamTPA Ft OfPtjiiboro Tij xrtiidu yfWfUllyliPllllWyVlirwTwJTWr - n- - -- t 8a THE BKLElOKRNHlIDQR NEIWS OLOYlElRPORT Breckenridge WEDNESDAY MAY KIT News i 10 1807 Straw lints for small children Sul Â¬ STEPHENSPORT JB PELLVILLE- - zers Two good Miss Dolly Jett wont to Kirk last Sat Â¬ Biggs is homo for a fowdays visit urday to visit relatives to his family William Jett of Kirk was visiting his W G Blaine went lo Louisville last old home and friends here last week week on business Mrs T V T Baker and her pretty Barney Haynes and O F Cashman daughter of Flotnl were here last week Union Star wero In town Sunday Rambling thoughts by Nomo is worth Mrs L B Helm was In Louisville the price of the Nrws if ono will read shopping for n fw days this week few sk Pi 1 LV f Remington rifles for sale cheap Sulzers Frank Mercer of Hardinsburg was In LOCAL BREVITIES tho city Sunday Lee T Meyer of Hardinsburg was In Toilet soaps boo tho Intent SuIsVb the city yesterday Miss May Connor went to Homo I ml Laco curtains and curtain drapery of Thursday all kinds Sulzeis Flags of nil kinds for Decoration day Chapf z3 Wathon of Owensboro was in the city Saturday Sulssrs Lace curtains 25 cents n pair Homo Shirts dont miss seeing tho new Laundry styles Just in Sulzers Mr and Mis Tom Watklns returned Scott Cunningham of Ohouault was from Louisville last week in town Saturday Jleorgo Baker and 0 R Tousey spent Blrk of Owensboro is tho Miss Sunday in 1atcBylllo guest of Miss Mary Moorman Osar Holder joined the Methodist Mr and Mrs O L Knight went to church Sunday night Stephenspcrt and Rome Monday ChftsU Galltgan of Cannelton Ind Tho appointment for tho postofllce in was in tho city yesterday this city is still eagerly looked for MIes Bessie Jarboe is the guest of her Mannlo McGavock shipped to Louisgrand mother at Skillman ville Sunday ft fine lot of hogs Tom Mliier of Calloway county died Miss Rice of Greenville Is tho instantly from eating hemlock guest of Mr and Mrs J A Barry Home Laundry will laundry your shirt You will mlsa It If you dont strike waists for 10 cents send them in that pile of bargain shoes Sulzsrs W Carter Johnson and D B Loleht Editor Slerrett of tho Hancock Clari- Â¬ of Louisville were In the city Saturday on was in the city yesterday evening Wo want to crown every noble brow Dont you neod a pretty chamber sat with ono of our pretty straw hats Sul Sulzers see the pretty ones we have Tutfs Pills Cure All DECEPTION Destroys Confidence Liver Ills A CLEAR HEAD good clip isiion sound sluip a fine appetite and a ripe old age aresomc of the results of the use of Tutts Liver Pills A single dose will convince you of their wonderful effects and virtue INTEGRITY Wins It bargain-seek-jtSying Mr and Mrs O C L3wls left Satur Â¬ day for a pleasure trip to CincinraM Chas look Hardiusburg was tho guest of M Iss Helen Brashcar Sunday Misses Kate Crawford and Ada Hanks wero in Louisville Wednesday shop Â¬ ping Lannle Smith Louisville was in town Sunday to visit his mother Mrs Amanda Smith Mr Calet Hall Whltesville Ky was the guest of Mr and Mrs R A Smith Friday Misi Bertha Pottit spont a few days in tho country lost week the guest of Mrs Sallie Blaine Mr Board Hardinsburg has charge of tho R R ofilco at this place while O 0 Lewis is absent Quite a crowd from this ptaco attended the celebration of Childrens Day at and comprehend Dr Daniel Ba singer of Meade county has been circulating around In this country tho last two weoks doctoring horses Misses Sudio Oblnchaln Lilly Lelbo vitz and Orfa Mosely took a Btroll oyer the fields last Thursday gathering greens and wild dowers Rev Joshua Bruner while at the South- Â¬ ern Baptist convention went a little far-Â¬ ther and took a peep at tho Atlantic Ho sayB its a great big thing Ocoau Apples aro falling off tho trees worse than was ever known ho re peach crop tine plums plentiful and a prospect for more blackberries than was ever seen Â¬ BSTWhen worda aro dcods when fiction is facta thoy aland When wb say BSrtiB monumonts of tho words of advertisers CSTtho wholesaler was so anxious to close out his lino of early BSy Spring wear it moans untold values to tho Such tempting prices as wo offer this week public jdSTon early spring wear will mako you over happy when you afthink of tho big bargains you secured this week A Known Fact An absolute cure for sick head- Â¬ ache dyspepsia malaria sour stomach dizziness constipation bilious fever piles torpid liver and all kindred diseases Tutts Liver Pills BEWLEYVILLE D best patterns selected but durability in wear and permanoncy in colors n ere con- Â¬ sidered The floors of many homes aro now being covered with new matting from our store and every one has pleased the possessors Have you seen our Have you seen the line of Oil Cloths Then see them this week Tho season for these goods Vi IJJIO i8 rapidly approaching Picqua White Lawns Di mities White Organdicsand India Linen pretty trimmings to match It Tnf fr greater than that of any J ItLLY T8 other previous season lVTnf tinrra lYliitUIlgB Not only wero tho years selection was Carpets 1retty before zars The Chocolate Candy Club enter- Â¬ tained at Mrs Dr Smiths last Thursday night Horso shoe brand of fertilizers good for corn and tobacco at 0 D Paynes Harned Walter May of Louisville spent Sun Â¬ day with his parents Mr and Mrs Chas May Sr Rev S G Shelley left Monday for Unlontown to assist In n protracted meeting in that place When you aro looking for n pretty gift tako a look through our fancy China ware Sulzers Mrs Etta Evans who has been spend Â¬ ing the winter in Chicago has returned home for tho summer Mrs J II Rowland and Mrs Robert B Tierce entertained Mr and Mrs D M DUncau while in tho city Lewis Jarboo Bon Hook Roht Guth Â¬ rie and Charley D Hook of Hardlns burg were in tho city Sunday The first shipment of strawberries from this city twenty five cases wont off Monday night to Owensboro Chas B Skillman Dr Watklns A R Fisher John Llllard and R L Now som went to Hardinsburg Monday Pure rose comb brown Leghorn and light Brahma eggs 60 cents and 1 00 per setting J Scott Vance Cloverport f Is- Richard Ditto of Brandenburg spent Saturday with his sister Mrs DM Dun- Â¬ can George W Jolly of Owensboro was - The Cincinnati Cooperage Company shipped Monday night a barge loaded with 76000 beer barrel staves to Cincin- Â¬ nati Mr and Mrs J E Arnold of Owens-Â¬ boro moved to this city last week and have rented one of Mrs Annie Now corns dwellings If wo can catch 200 rats in ono trap how many can can you catch In one like they aro tho best traps we ever It sold Suzsrs I1 v James Kennedy will have a sale at his place near Garfield next Friday He is breaking up house keeping and selling ofiall his effects Mrs Wm Mullen who has been visit Â¬ ing her son Willie at Nashville Tenu and attending the exposition returned home yesterday Bafilngton Forman of Murphysvllle ran a foot raco of 100 yards with a fellow on horse back As they were returning Foreman sank to the ground and died A four year old child at Savannah Ga died from the efltcta of swallowing a copper cent and yet there are people in this town who swallow every cent they make Samuel Baker a progressive farmer near Patesvllle will finish planting his crop of twelve acres of tobacco this Ho has fifty acres of fine wheat week And a nico bunch of hogs the latter ready for the market Mrs Mary Keenanwho has been visit- Â¬ ing bor cousin Miss Alice Seaton and other relatives left last week for Rolla Mowbere she goes to join her husband Rev J T Keenan who has charge of thephureh in that city rrflrs Samuel Johnson gave a birthday dinner yesterday Those present were the Hon Jonas 1 Wilson and wife Mrs Price Graham and Mrs O B Mattingly It was a sumptuous affair and heartily enjoyed by nil present in tho city Sunday cn route to Hardins- Â¬ burg Orvllle T Skillman is visiting the Misses Murray in Salt Lako city en routo home Mrs D R Murray and son David were visiting relatives in Hardinsburg last week Scott Morton Warfleld Hendricks and Dr Howard this county wcro In town yesterday nett Str Cloverport went to Leavenworth YJ News was received hero last week of Ind Sunday to purchase a boat for ex- Â¬ the death of Grant Wheeler formerly of cursion parties this place but late of Tarscaloof a Ala Mrs Morris Beard and son Benjamin Ho leaves a wife and Hires children to Franklin of Hardinsburg are with her mourn his Iocs We extend condoence to tho bereaved wife and relatives aunt Mrs D R Murroy Felix Elder went to Elizibethtown Centennial Birthday Monday Ho contemplates going Into There will be ft gathering of old peo- Â¬ tho saloon business in that place ple at Sandy Creek church Friday Mrs R E Thompson of Hardinsburg 1897 to which everybody is is visiting her sister Mrs James L June 4th invited The occasion is the centennial Lewis and will remain several weeks birthday of James B Ireland The base ball club has been Tho veteran Rev L B Davison of fairly good players and is Louisville the oldest active minister of with growing this season with intense interÂ¬ the gospel in Kentucky will make the est address assisted by Revs J F Winchell XMrs Chas B Skillman and daughter and U G Foote Elizabeth have gone to Morganfield to It is requested that everyone bring for attend the wedding of her brother T B exhibition any old family relic they may Young Jr possess such as books papers letters Hardin and Wilder the dentists will pictures farming implements tools bo at Irvington next Wednesday and household and kitchen utensils table- Â¬ Thursday May 2G 27 Call and see ware wearing apparel firearmB knives or anything that is over fifty years old them if you need any dental work Walker and Scott Tate both A committee will be appointed to care Rip colored had some words in Staders for them It is expected that everyone will bring butcher shop yesterday Scott had been playing with Rip and he in turn hit their own baskets Committees Hawesvtlle S Powers him a hard blow W S Thomas S F Brown Henry Mr Willis Smith of Owensboro was Frank Lander Sandy Creek in the city Saturday and Sunday the Ilcjnes guest of his brother Dr F M Smith Dr D Davison Chas E Price Jeff They visited their old home beyond Burnott Chas E Couty Cloverport A B Skillman Dr J T Owen- - Jno Hardinsburg Sunday William Heinsey and MraJo Cartright of Victoria were united in marriage at St Rose Catholic church Monday Rev Father Carrol efilciattng They will McGavock hS Mr8 Ti10tI1a8 Jett who hai been with her sister Mrs William Downs at Kirk the last three months returned home Wednesday Mrs Downs died and was Union Star Sunday buried near Hardinsburg last Monday Mr Fullonwlder Alton Ind was In the 10th of ths month town Sunday visiting his cousins Mr Walter Bennett has moved to Hop Â¬ and Mrs C II Watlington kins county He traded all of his posses Â¬ Capt R T Williams of Evansvllie sions here consisting of a farm two was visiting his daughter Mrs 0 II store houses and considerable live stock for 625 acres of fine timbered land In Watlington a few days last week Mr and Mrs R A Shellman entertain Â¬ that county and has gone down to open ed a few friends very pleasantly Monday up and improye it Mike Stephens the Democratic noml evening in honor of their sister Miss neo here for sheriff is the father of fifÂ¬ Goorgio Hawkins R A Smith left Sunday for Blue teen children twelve of whom aro still will Lick Springs for ihe benefit of his health living Ho says that if tho voters remember this and consider the fact that Ho wes accompanied as far as Louisville yet ho by his wife who will remain in the city ho is comparatively a young man is sure to be elected a few days the guest of Mrs John Ben- Â¬ 0 Johnson spent several days in ClnnAa UOOUS White Ducks the city last week Miss Blanche Jolly retutned from Louisville Tuesday Mr and Mrs Minor Payne are visiting friends in Hardinsburg Tho wheat crop in this community is very eeriously damaged by the Hessian fly Mrs Tom Ditto of Louisville is tho guest of her parents Mr and Mrs John Cox -- Yest Skirts T nlJOCJ lJtlUlt n Made good and strong of the best material well cut to fit easy and comfortable Trimmed with embroidery cheaper than you can mako them yourself For little children Patterns wear Stylish and regu- Â¬ lar beauties for the price we ask the sun gets hot you will need a good Umbrella and when it rains ydu will need one worse Get one now then you have one ready See our line and Gowns tho wearer to John DBabbage tof Cloverport was here Wednesday attending the Sunday School convention and once in a while taking a subscription for the Breckkn nmaE Nkws which people here say is the best paper in the State The con- Â¬ vention tendered a vote of thanks to Mr Babbage for arranging and printing a program for tho convention which was gratuitously distributed among tho mem- Â¬ bers To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All Druggists refund tho money if it falls to Cure 25c For Sale by R A Shell man Stephensport Ky EKRON II vllle M Willett left Sunday for Louis 4 make Victoria their future home Weed Chclf Democratic candidate for re election to the office of Common Â¬ wealths Attorney came down from Har- Â¬ dinsburg yesterday where he has been fulfilling his ofllcial duties Mr Chelf is a strong man and will be hard to de Â¬ feat At 330 oclock Sunday afternoon tho members of the Christian church will organize a Sunday School in the school- Â¬ room over Babbages store All are cor dially invited to be presmt especially the children John Hill who drives Olesbys milk wagon while out making his usual round yesterday morning happened to rather a laughable accident Just as ho was turning the corner of Mr William Mullens residence in tho lower part of town he struck the corner of the fence capsizing tlie wagon throwing him un- Â¬ der it and spilling all of his milk When he crawled out from under the wagon he was literally covered with milk It is said Mr Hill made a few remarks about his misfortune but afterwards indulged in silent prayer then arising he went after more milk apd butter finished his delivery and was as happy as though Girls didnt ride bicycles nor put on nothing had happened Hns cravats tuey utuntuug ami kiss a dog or wear mens coats and hats The Diffloulty on Tar Greek they didnt grab at foolish fads in fash Mr Babbage There was a paragraph ioas giddy whirl nor try to dress andaW in the Mattingly items in your last issue like en when grandma was a girl T of the News concerning a difficulty on Creek Childrens Day was observed at trie Tar Mullen between Charlie Ryan and Jo M E cfeurcli last Sunday In a highly The article I understand was revised credible maner by both teacheiB and by same friend of Mullen and contained missions only one partys statement and that Collections for chl extremely one aided and misleading to awrasted to 770 of tula amount Miss say the least of it Iik White and Mlsa Maggie Bowmers Charlie Ryan only acted in defense of ekwMfl coutiibuted 0 realized from the himself and his father after their lives wk of their bright little paper Clover had been threatened repeatedly Hoping you will correct tho statement BloawflH of last week I remain Tf M Pttwan reached the city Friday Respectfully WDRyan pvbt from Louisville with his charming They M fae Misi Tearlo Ditto iL2 Mn WV tta lintna nf Ilia f Church Wotw www w - - firmnmfi MW M who i by a koet of young psohj Thore will bo no preaching at the ul Uim the hand of thera prosperity ad Presbyterian church next Sunday i ad within Prayer meeting at the Methodist hapyiMW Tiwy rtnalsed until bub church Thureiky night will bo con Â¬ by Wat to Bnuukntauf fey vbith plM thty will make thlr future ducted by Pi of J H Logan StMwWfiw and k cream at the HU itikt-- ika muwrvmiu WM ffwbytwton ekttrcb Friday eveala ir r Boy b mu ye cosw iwd bring ev- ausu wim in eotul rrain k U ynnptsta ol iMhilWr iteto4 crop Bit pwn ivoy win M mU Ha pay fold nwwly 800 btMhcte datl f attention to W eulUv IfenofMMkbwTiaaiKl Mid th yiam of mow t mmwt MR HMW i ro gni yfe4UtehMfeiad Capt Guedry returnod last Tuesday from the South He reports a great deal of distress and suffering caused by the high water Virgle Richardson left Thursday for Louisville whero ehe joins her aunt Jen Â¬ woman nie for their visit to Dr and Mrs Willett Both families aro sure the house is in Tennessee haunted and declare they will movo out The time will soon be here to elect a as soon as they can find another house As a suggestion we new school trustee Nearly everybody in that end of the 1 think Mr Gus T Dowell would be the town have been out to see the ghost right man in the right place and the women and children are very Schumate and Lampkin have resumed much excited over it It was the talk of tho neighborhood all last week and work with their saw mill at Mr Patter Â¬ sons They will finish there in a fow Is still exciting some good people A representative of the News called days and move to Big Spring on Mr Fred Fralzi son of Mr Frank Through the carelecsness of one farm Â¬ Fraiz who is owner of the building er h04 cholera has been freely distribut- Â¬ supposed to be haunted but failed to get ed around this section Mr Gus Dowell any facts In conversation afterwards has two fine hcgi sick with the disease with a prominent young buslnisi man Though his wifo has about cured them was revealed the story relative to Freds with sweet milk and carbolic acid going out to Bee If there was any truth E T Hickereoas school will close here in the story He said J Fred and James lu a few weeks Though disliked by Kasey had made arrangements to go out Friday to Investigate the matter When some of the children he has tried to bo the time came Kaeoy backed out and fair and just in his dealings with them this left Fred to go alone Ho went and and his duty to their parents which upon reaching the place Lo found the should be thoroughly studied by the He then climbed upon trustees in s lectlag a teacher A year doors locked ly change of teachers la not and can uot the porch eutered a window leading to tho second story when suddenly a swift be a benefit to children breeze came along and rallied the tin Kew Ftstataiteri roof and Freddy by that tine carae to the concloaioa that tb yUm wm haunt Â¬ Th following fourth class poatuaatera ed rare enough and kfc in abort otdr for tub secUoa were appelated last Fri Â¬ day m el Iowa Efieor Davbes cowaty f CmmHm Dr J 0 Bul awl wlf M H Melatyro Hawvilk Haeok tlrk cimNh Iiwl were pamnjiw e Mm ataawer eMHty B A Vasee Hebtodevllk FfMbla 4 tb Fwafeyria for Drty Ind to be Hndnoa eouaty 8 J llkknj KmoM at Gnitos st 8ttdy mwaiac awl 1 TaHweoa Sunday Mvtml fife iwUtlvea for eounty H T And ftdk vlu Davis vising By raquaat Mr tinutt will d villa HaMMtk eowUy P J Morrimi livr Um samoa oa TemperauM lit n fa VMtr Owl Dwiw ooiy P U pMcb4 i UUwrport kmmUum ago OuaratMd totasra habit mm wA WkUfttvUl blood put HaAty Ma n All dinaftiii trac Go oat and hmt Ik A Genuine Ghost In the extreme portion of this city in what is known as Cow Heel the citi- Â¬ zens aro somewhat worked up over the Mr appearance of a supposed ghost John Elmoro and family and Mr Jetse Koys and family are occupants of the building It U the old Yeager place located on the Short Line railroad On last Thursday afternoon about 1 oclock a peculiar sound was heard ip one of the rooms up stairs as If some one was walking or falling around the room this was kept up for nearly an hour when it ceasod Mrs Elmoro aid Mrs Kejs wero determined to solve tho mystery and kept watch on the room for About seven further developements oclock the same kind of noiso was heard again and they say they heard some ono coming down the steps Mrs Elmore says Bhe spoke to It but there was no reply again she called in the name of the Lord and this answer came Leave mo in peace Mrs Elmore says it was a genuine ghostandshesawit through a crack in the door Slio says it woro a whito roba over its head and looked llko an old Jim Wimp went to Louisville last Tuesday Mrs Tom Ditto went to the city Thurs Â¬ day shopping Dick Wrather of Irvington was in town Wednesday J P Shacklett and Jim Warfleld were in Brandenburg trading Saturday Mrs James and Mrs Eula Craycroft are on the sick list at this writing The fruit prospect is the finest in this section for years so say reliable farmeiB G T Dowell and W N Bewley went to Louisville last week to soil their hogs D S Roberta and wife of Hardinsburg visited his parents Saturday and Sunday Mr Withers and family of Kirk visit- Â¬ ed bis wifes grand father Dr Warfleld last week Mrs Mattie Reld and children of Louisville is visiting her mother Mrs Dutch Richardson P T Noel Democratic nominee for County Attorney was in Loulavillo sev eral days last week Mr Hayes of Louisville came on the down train to spend Sunday wlth Miss Lona Willett of Groveland Albert Richardson S M Wrather S J Brown and Jim Wimp were in LouisÂ¬ ville saveral days last week Barnuma show is extensively billed here Quite a crowd will attend the performances in Louisville from this Â¬ The relatives 01 Mr Laurence Alexan Â¬ der are enjoying his stay among them very much The Childrens Day folks aro getting on fiuely and will accomplish some excellent work Mits Mattio Leo Moorman Is making a continued visit at the home of her uncle 0 II Drury Mr and Mrs Harry Stewart passed through our town Sunday on their way to visit her parents Sunday School and preaching a m and Epworth Leaguo in tho evening were the services Sunday Judgo McBcath while candidating around last week stumbled on our home and took supper with us Saturday even- Â¬ ing Even now there are farmers among us who have not begun to plant corn The excessive rains have retarded farm work ganerally Misses Lena Drury and Blanche Jolly and Roy Cain will take part in the Sun Â¬ day School Convention at Sandy Hill Saturday 22nd Miss Mary Paul is expected home in the near future She is quite a favorite with her young friends and all will be glad to see her back again Prof Pate closed his school here Fri day p m and will leave for HardinsHope to burg this morning Monday see him back again about September 1st Dewey Heights is beautiful in a new ccat of paint of white and green Mr Drake of Irvington has charge of the job of putting it on and fully under- Â¬ stands bis business The Boys Brigade are performing in a certain corn field near our town with what intent wo know not but perhaps if the Childrens Day committeo knew of it they might utiliza their efforts Prof Allen Stlth one of Breckenridge countys teachers is rusticating on his fathers farm near hero That he is doing his part in the work of putting in eighty five acres of corn his sun brown cheeks plainly show He thinks he will gladly go at teaching again in the fall Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lace vtipo that can be washed When wutlei 1 s JftfiX s The Art of Living And Living Well GTBSON Is in judicious marketing Whore you buy is of as much importance as what you buy and what you pay for it when of it comes to food You want to know the surroundings our tho things you aro going to eat Note the cleanliness of Everything is fresh appetizing and attractive store Prices always Right GREGORY CLOVERPORT KY mmmmmmMi Dont use Drugs Unless you need them and then only runn drugs such a 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 A good complete a stock begin that meditime now to cine Â¬ I YOU SHOULD EMPLOY None but ihe County Surveyor to do vrur work lie is the anthoilicil Survejor of the CountYi It n eplrnceit workman rn J know hi ImisIiicm lie li alto Notary lulli write Deeds and takes Acknowledgement Charges always Reasonable Address CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARDINSBURG KY We do not dispute the word of the Hatdlnsburg man when he says he SSc PRODUCE WANTED t Qy takes what the old lady sets before him If that be really and says nothing true ho deserves a blue ribbon for we know that men as a general thing often eat very miserable stuff and sometimes food that Is actually not fit to eat Golden Ron 1 Â¬ place HOLT Charlts Rledol Is serving on the pottit jury the present term of court John Dellaven went to Louisville on the excursion Saturday ulght Will A Smith of Owensboro was the guest of Miss Forest Hardin Sunday Henry M Dick aad Miss Emma Rledel attended church at Hardins Grove Ind Sunday Harris in DdHaven set tho first tobac- Â¬ co in the Bottom this season on the 13th Inst WlllSolbrlg of Mllltown Ind was the gupst of Fred Dutschke and slater Miss Mary Saturday and Sundiy L D Addison and sibter Mrs Will lams and two children went to Louis- yllle on a business trip Wedm s lay Wheat looks better than It did a month ago and the prospect is good for an average yield A few chinch bugs are reported in places - Wc carry a complete line of all known patent medicines Toilet goods of every description Prices right w w Â¬ S AMON HI 1UUUU s 1 KINCHELOE 1 HARDINSBURG KY Pounds Wool CLOSING OUT I i 100 Dozen I Chickens 1 m m SALES AT 1 SLAUGHTERING PRICES 1 Demooratio Primary in Hardin wk Euzabktiitown Kv May 15 The Democratic primary election in this Will soil at reduced prices ev county to day showed a surprisingly largo ery Friday and Saturday until vote over 2500 votea being cast II W English was renominated for County Hals Judge F 0 Qorley for County Clerk J All New and Stylish Attorney II Stanmeter for County James Sweuta for Jailer and J R Ash aro sold We receive new and For lock for School Superintendent stylish goods every week qircult Clerk R E Setth defeats D W Doat i83 tbig rare opportu Â¬ Rider the pmeiit Incumbent by QO nity for Bargain tfefcafa M II Wll vefcatOyrM YU Umm lor aWll by 72 vptoa and koine W TfvWor wm etalaYlii for AaiHimr ty s Butter i I K Feathers W E BROWN raVINGrTON 3 m Mrs E A BLAINE St yTiM 100 for JUpriMtiUUv by a Urn Majority ttatylmg GImmhm A Hawoa w nam- vw 8at M WATLItf GTON Next door to Pott Oftkw r peciact is Um oooaty ITEHtlUVMT KY iiimiiiii mm J MPga a MUKMfckdaaiHM THBl BfiLRGmMSIDGBX NEWS OLOYERPORT KY county woity ir a won Known ao tcotlro nnd tho owner of n konnol of tho best trained bloodhonnds in the state Tho bloodhounds will be brought into use in running down tho dynamiters nnd seiners who kill tho fish in Deer crcok nnd tho lower Wildcnt Breckenridge WEDNESDAY MAY News 10 NEW SERVICE Louisville 1897 Carbuncles Â¬ Ills Kdllnrlitt 1897 Sh Mil MAY Th We 1897 Th ts Have Three Passen L H Fr Sa FREE SILVER IN EUROPE Woloott Talks With Salisbury and Reports to Nevada Jones ger Lines To St Louis St Ls Venture With Appeared Each Soason Until Blood Was Purified With Hoods Sarsa parllla An Indolont Ujcor Forsoverat yoars 1 was troubled with carbuncles on my left sldo and my back Thoy would disappear In winter and ro turn tho next summer I began taking Hoods Barsapnrllla and have nover had any carbuncles since My littto son had a fever and an indolent ulcer appeared on his left limb and spread half way around it Our physician recommended a blood purifier and I gavo tho boy Hoods A Barsaparllla with gratifying results Q B JAMES Iolkville Miss I have been a great sufferer from mus- Â¬ cular rheumatism and in October began taking Hoods Sarsaparilla I continued Its uso until January when I could go about as well as any one and I have had I W Minnick no acute pains since Grand Isle Louisiana Is sold by all druggists lrlco lslx for5 are tho only pills to ttko HOOd S FlllS with Hoods Sarsaparilla The American Negro 8 From the New York Sun L N Will Operate Double 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 J23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 RESOLUTIONS Adopted at a Mass Meeting of zens of the Stronghold of Freedom CONDEMN CitiÂ¬ SPAINS MANNER Of Carrying on Her Warfare Cuba in EXPRESSIONS OF SYMPATHY An old railroad worker was converted and being present at a meeting at which there wore many inquirers ho was asked to lead in prayer He hesitated a mo- Â¬ ment says Rams Horn and tbon with trembling lips he said reverently O Lord now that I have flagged Thee lift up my feet from the rough road of life and plant them safely on the deck of the train of salvation Let me see the safety lamp known as prudence make all the couplings in the train with the Btrong link of thy love and let my hand lamp ba the Bible And heavenly Father keep all switches closed that leads off tho siding especially thoso with a blind end O Lord If it be thy pleasure have overy semaphore block along the line show the white line of hope that I may make the run of life without stopping And Lord give us the ten command Â¬ ments for n schadule and when I have finished the run on schedule time pulled into the great dark station of death may thou the superintendent of the univereo STRIKERS UPHELD say Well done thou good and faithful Mlntr at Washington In J Ilava a servant como and sign the pay roll and Grlsrance Wabhinqtox May 15 State Presi receive your check for eternal happi Â¬ ness dent Knight of the United Mino Workers visited this city and personal Thirty years is a long time to fight so ly investigated the trouble between Cabcl Company and their coal painlul a trouble as piles but Jacob miners Ho declared the miners right Mitchell of Unlonvllle Pa struggled and advised a lory of 23 cents each per that long before he tried DeWitts Witch wook on minors working elsewhere in Hazel Solve which quickly and perma Â¬ the state to assist Cabel Companys nently cured him It is equally eflect miners during the strike It will ive in eczema and all skin affections amount to about 360 to each striker Cabel Company say they will not Short Ilaynes rmbmit to the mitten demands that tbey liavo been running at a loss for A Prosperity Pudding thM yean and that tbey have been Take three gallons confidence fareea to order mining Machines to One peck international agreement wwpete with other operator Wilsons smmn hare rctnnted to work One ounce gold standard Seven tableepoonfuU prosperity MiHibu4 4i lnainHrs Two quarts sound money Kowme lad May 11 State Fih has take pound protection Coimlattonnr mww to atop riofetioM of the hetesa Sell with twelve luostfa of no work fteli hws in this vioinlty of which there for s how oat eat while hot he unuiy Jar tfweeewy this If it tsWt OffM with your atooMck OaoarWfUy U this week afMiup4 op tfowwl ia smut yon nyeat Uw dose oiljr dfMtiy eosmuiavioiies Â¬ May 17 An cnthusV Washington astio audience of men and wornon many of them well known In Washing Â¬ ton packed the Columbia theater to its doors yesterday afternoon at a monster inassmecting hold in behalf of tho canso of tho Cuban insurgents Tho theater Seated was appropriately decorated on tho platform and participating in tho exercises were Senators Gallinger and Allen ex Senator Butler of South Car- Â¬ olina Rev Hugh Johnson pastor of tho Metropolitan MethodUt church Rov Howard Wilbur Ennis and a number of others identified with tho interests of tho insurgents General William Henry Browno president of tho Cuban league called tho mooting to order nud introduced Senator Gallinger us tho presiding offTho latter mado a brief address icer and read a number of letters and tele grams of regrets among them being those from Senators Fryo nnd Burrows and Commander Clarkton of tho Grand Army of tho Repubiu Mr Karl Dtcker of Washington who ns correspondent of tho Now York Journal spent bomo time in Cuba much of it with a branch of tho Cuban army in Santa Clara province gave a description of tho condition of affairs existing and of tho pitiablo plight of many of the people suffering for tho necessities of life Ho ridiculed tho claims set out by General Wcyler that tho island had boen pacified and said that if tho Cu bans wero granted belligerent rights by tho United States thoy would cortainly win Mr Decker has just returned from Cuba A privato letter received in this city from an American resident in Sancti Spiritus was read which gives tho fol- Â¬ lowing details of the death of Colonel Carlos Aguirro a Cuban officer resi dent of Now York for 20 years whoso family is well known in this city It is dated at Sancti Spiritus May 7 and tho portion referred to roads as follows I send a letter to you with tho ro quest that you will be so kind as to send it to Colonel Aguirros wifo and children in New York Ho was killed last week by tho Spaniards and half nlivo was dragged by the guerrillas with a ropo around his neck into tho town and to General Obregon Aguirro had a silver watch with his picturo in it and about 300 in gold which tho soldiers took from him Colonel Aguirro was a brother of MaÂ¬ jor Goneral Aguirro the Cuban leader who died in tho field last winter a few days after Maceos death In tho course of somo interesting re Â¬ marks Senator Allon of Nebraska hu morously declared thero was no division in tho Populist ranks on tho question of Cuban liberty In this whole matter he thought there had been too much sacrifice to a spirit of commercialism nnd it was time this government had a littlo more humanity and a littlo moro Americanism Ho declared that the United States could not afford to have a decay ing monarchy with a foothold on this continent and ho would bo delighted to seo Spain and the Ottoman empires wiped from tho map of Europe If tho president v ere to send a fleet to Havana war in the island would ceasoin 80 days and it would not be necesary to fire a gun If the United States should say to Spain Yon shall not war upon tho hospitals upon women and upon chil dren Weylers occupation would be gone airs Clara Belle Brown of tho Womans National Cuban leaguo said the leaguo had but one platform ono aim and ono end and that end was establishment of tho republlo of Cuba Remarks wero also mado by Rev Dr Kent Mrs Lincoln vico director of tho womans league and Rev Howard Wil bur Ennis Ex Senator Butler of South Carolina read a series of resolutions which had been nreparod and theso wero unani mously adopted Thoy earnestly proÂ¬ tested against the barbarious and in Â¬ human methods of Spain in conduct ing the war in Cnba declared that thii government should recognize tho insurgents as belligerents aud that Cuba had demonstrated that it was hor man if est destiny that liko Mexico sho should befreoand independent without tho payment to Spain of an y indemnity Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Standing by the long distance tele phono to day I fancied I heard tho words ireo coinage I put my ear to the telepliono and listened Tho voices talking weio familiar It was Senator Wolcott and Vice President Stevenson talking to Lord Salisbury Yes my lord said Senator Wolcott I hope that England is in favor of re monetizing silver What silver Sonator asked Salis Â¬ bury Why all silver my lord Ita all been demonotiz hasnt it Well no not quite all Senator The 112000000 we have had coined in England is all right That is good as gold The 102000000 worth of Bllver that France has coined hasnt been demonetized Germany has 215000000 worth of coined silver RtiEsta 48000000 Austria 121000000 Spain 100000000 and not a dollar of this has been demone- Â¬ tized Yep Senator and the United States has coined 025000000 and be Â¬ tween you and me I will give British gold for every dollar ol it delivered to mo in New York and But I mean my lord interrupted Senator Wolcott I mean that the sil- Â¬ ver in our mines has been demonetized It is only worth half price Oh well my dear Senator England you know hasnt got any silver in the mines You know England France Germany and nil tho Latin States buy their silver at market price We buy fifty cents worth of silver coin it and guarantee it to be worth a dollar Did it over occur to you Senator that England would bo quite foolish to double the price of silver when we have to buy it In fact my dear Senator cant you Bee that all the civilized nations that buy silver are rather interested in keeping the price down Senator Wilcotts voice was silent Why yes Senator continued Salis- Â¬ bury and dont you know your own Goyernment is veryfoolish to think of paying more than market price for corn cotton or silver just to benefit the farm Â¬ ers and mine owners The 025000000 worth of your Yankee silver is as good as gold England will sell you all the cloth cutlery and pottery you want for that silver We civilized nations are all right If you want to remonetiza silver feenator wouldnt it be wiso to go to Africa India or Mexico where they are using billions of cheap demonetized sil- Â¬ ver T You can double the value of their silver by remonetizing commercial silver but our silver is as good as gold now India China and Mexico are now using 60 cent silver They would be as glad to have the value of their silver doubled as would the Denver mine owners Dont you think bo g buzz went the telephone and Senator Wolcott called up Senator Jones of Nevada who yelled back from Washington Silver be darned Issue played out Silver States joined Republicans and looking after sheep Em Pekkins Ting-a-linting-a-lin- g 1 Daily Trains Will Run a Direct Line to Evansvllle 30 SERVICE TO BEGIN MAY Courier Journal St Louis The Louisville Henderson railroad for years known as the Texas will Inaugurate a through Louisville and St Louts passenger servlco May 30 This will givo Louisville three lines to St Louis and will give the Air Line and Ohio South western the Baltimore railroad an opposition line This is one of the most surprising and unlooked for railroad deals made within the year When this service is put into effect the St Louis will Louisville Henderson have accomplished in a measure what they had in contemplation when the road was built For the past year or since the road was reorganized the new company had been giving the matter of establishing a through service to St Negotiations Louis serious thought wero opened with the Louisville and Nashville about three weeks ago and yesterday through tho efforts of Mr II O Mordue General Freight and Passen er Agent of tho LU St L and O P Atmore Goneral Passenger Agent of the Louisville and Nashville the deal was closed Hoods Sarsaparilla don editor soma years ago to writo his leading nrticlo or articles ut homo tho night before publication Tho rest of tho week ho did nothing Ono night his articles hud not conic to hand nt tho office Ten oclock came li 12 nnd still no sign of an nrticlo Thero was commotion in tho ofilcd nnd at last ft messenger was sent to tho editors house Ho found him with a glass of brandy nnd wutcr beforo him and uows papors scattered about Thero was no What do you want nrtiolo written Tho article for to- Â¬ asked tho editor No at morrow Didnt I scud it least it has not como to tho office Tho Times was Givo mo Tho Times found and handed to him nnd with un Â¬ steady fingers ho cut out ono of its lead ing articles This ho stuok upon a sheet of paper and then taking his pen What docs Ths wrote nt tho top In that form and Times mean by this with that introduction it appeared noxt morning as tho editors leading artiole San Francisco Argonaut Â¬ It was tho practice of n certain Lon Â¬ 1 JE skills- Dont Try To plant your crop of corn i E without a 3 3t It J I of Corn Drill the Empire Make is the w Brooklyn N Y Dec 19 1890 Messrs Ely Bros I have used Elys Cream Balm a number of years and find it works like a charm It has cured me of the most obstinate case of cold in the head in leos than 48 hours from the time I felt the cold coming on I would not be without it Respectfully yours 283 Hart St Fkeuk Frikrs Cream Balm is kept by all druggists Full size 60c Trial size 10 cents We mail it ELY BROS 60 Warren St N Y City A Railroad Mans Prayer to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cl Â¬ twmr 0e hf St03porlOJlbiuirnlust tJxfi for the previous weok uud i 43 for 513 hhiH tho corresponding nook In lbOO The 1161 Iihds old o food uvo ngodst 8 time under treat for 768 lihiU tlm two of perlOOlbsngaiosttlUl ment of the best physi- Â¬ week prefloiu inand I J 60 tot bV7 hhds Worth of Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes bought for Spot Cash and at 13WJ cians of thi3 city the umo vtivk 1 lssssE I Our Own Price We Intend to put these goods on sale and ntlburg for a severe case CnHlo Prime W 1U5 S focdor of blood poison make the greatest SENSATION ever heard of Con- Â¬ unci 7621 40 but my condition 8 76 Hojmbulls stnjr light cows J 004 It should be made a matter of public 1J V0U US sult your interest and attend this Sale grew worse all heavy SJ bSfSJ triino UJ common to fair tU 26 knowledge that Dewltts Witch Hazel Â¬ 4 USBSk sB the while not- 43 5 Shwp Kxtro IJ 8331 BOJ good jo pieces of Fancy Ciillcoci worth 6c our price jc lot Childrens Hose only Salve will speedily cure piles of tho long- Â¬ withstanding the SJ tXXil 16 common f 0wU jo choloo GoodUlnghsms S 6ci 4C Ask taste our Window Shades fact that they lambs l 0031 83 veal cuivos tj 60 est standing It la the household favorÂ¬ at 15c Irfah Lawns Ij charged me three 1 lot Hoys Suits wotth 7 00 at ft ite for burns scalds cuts bruises and Fast Percales VilsW III M hundred dollars 5C 1 lot Mens Suits sampli worth to our pilcej S Cincinnati eores of all kinds Short Ilaynes too pes Beit Hooiler Cotton c 4C 1 Percale bhirts IVY My mouth was h Wheat OiaWo Corn 2833310 Cu I 75c 49e Ladies Vests toe SC filled witu eating sores my tongue was tle Seleotwl uutihors 4 lOtft 60 fair 61 414 00 13 inodlum common I J 731 Good Heavy Suspenders llou A I Etlf trton Demi GROCERIES away so that for three tl 4 lC almost eaten nultutcd nnd I lot suull beck While Ooodi so lbs Good Sugar toe Foivr Waynb May IB Hon A P months I was unable to taste any oolid SJ 76 Hog i pitoklng S3 prime butohur tlco 70b3 73 commo i osc Ijc Green Coffee at t lot Mens Fine Fur Hats samples t Edgorton ex Unitod States civil service food Myhairwas coming out rapidly t to rough 13 033 66 titioop SJ 7641 75 Iiest Vlua Cottoivide Pasts 40c Iura New Orleans Molasses our prk jjet 49 night at Ilioks and I was in a horrible fix I had tried amb 13 843 6JL commissioner died last t 3 pieces ol Black Henrietta cloth jjci loo our price various treatments and was nearly dis- Â¬ ixTta Ville jo J Chicago I place of Uearj Serge Blue Good Green Tea SC 40c couraged when a friend recommended r Hogs Selwtod Dutchers S3 4523 tr Orals Celuloid Collars only Gold Dust One Hundred Doeea One Dollar is 3SS After T had taken four bottles 1 mliixlSJ J j d3 00 Cnttle Nitilvo strom jo pairs Heavy Nelson Socks only Ulectric inarch began to get better and when I bad 13 75S 4 most roles t -- 523 00 cmv peculiar to and true oaly of Hoods RBialted eightee bottles I wus cured tihocp- - i 504 bulls SI 7Wl K5 Saraaparilhu It is economy to bay aoaad and well wy thin was without a nnd Iambi SJ 6Mi 31 i 70 Hoods blawiah and I have bad no return of Wool Chickens and Eggs wanted at Highest Market Price New York the dlnoie SSSoaved me from a life IU shuop Cattle f J M OCtfi 11 SS8 gwtraMUtft furcly Utubi 4 7643 tit It it not widely known that Qsma of miaary wgtUtUi will care any case of blood Victoria rates over wow MobamaMd DONT FORGET THIS TstatM MfK 1M shnM KM IJ Awf Rooks on thediscase mm Uhus tlw Mlton of Tarky over poison TO quit tebaoM aMUr a4 Iwr1 b mm ani tu mat store Jw tboa thM an ia FahMtiiM mnt Mil lull of life aarva ua vlor tk the wnadar worker tkat atakM waak ugicM than aayotitar hm by nailed Swift AU drowUIOaocSl WOM Otir tuaraa who Li Mt a baUtc of tfeair Specific Co WM BockM aad aaaipla frao IddrM aoaatrjr SMorllag Mamody Oo OkUatM or Mev York Atlanta Oa OXO YXAXXL CO The L H St L will have a double daily service two trains leaving Louis-Â¬ ville and two leaving St Louis each day The route will be from Louisville to St L and Evansvllle over the L H thence to St Louis over the Louisville 6 Nashville Henderson will not be the St L as heretoterminus of the L II fore Evansvllle under the new ar- Â¬ rangement will become the terminus of the line the trains arriving in and de- Â¬ parting from the L N depot at Evans- Â¬ vllle So far as the schedules have been made up the trains will leave Louisville at 7 30 a m and 8 p in and will arrive at St Louis at 030 p m and 7 30 a m The trains will leave St Louis at 8 a m and 9 p m and arrive in Louisville at 7 p m and 7 30 a m The trains will be splendidly equipped Pullman sleep- Â¬ ers will be put on the night runs Par- Â¬ lor cars will he run out of Louisville to Evansvillo during the day and Pullmans attached at Evansvllle The company will do everything in their power to pop- Â¬ ularize the line They expect to give a seryice that will do credit to the road which has always been popular between Louisville and Henderson and which has always done an excellent business The new line will work in connection N and for that reason it with the L will start off under auspicious conditions The L fc N will be made a feeder to the line from the East which means a good business The new line will also feed N from the West Working theL both ways the arrangement will take away considerable business from the Air line which heretofore has secured many of the L N passengers from the East Besides the excellent through service tho L H St L will continue its dou- Â¬ ble daily Bervlce to Henderson and Evansvllle Evansvillo will be given three dally trains by the arrangement the now line being the only direct one to that city without transfer The road bed of the new line will com- Â¬ pare favorably with any of the roads out of Louisville For the yast year the L H St L has been perfecting its road- Â¬ bed with stone and gravel ballast prepa-Â¬ ratory to a better passenger service and every foot of the line has been newly N has and solidly ballasted The L also repaired its tracks and road bed from Evansvllle to St Louis bo that the new line will have nothing to contend against so far as physical condition is concerned It is said that the alliance between the L N and the L II St L is the dlr ect outgrowth of the fight between the L N aud the Southern It will be re- Â¬ membered that some months ago the N was Air line which with the L a member of the Cumberland Gap Dis- Â¬ patch drew out of the fast freight line and fed the Southern instead of the L N The L N then began to give its freight to the L H St L The officials of the L 11 St L saw an opportunity to perfect its passenger N also service in this split and the L seeing that such an alliance in passenger business would prove mutually beneflc ial the negotiations were begun The outcome speaks well for the L II St L Company which is largely back Â¬ ed by Louisville capital and the fight of the new line the Air line and the Balti- Â¬ more Ohio Southwestern will be watch Â¬ ed with much interest Â¬ Blood Poison Tho typicul negro tenant arrives at a now homo in a mulo wagon or ox cart with a bundle of rags a frying pan nnd a covoy of children nnd ho stays with n landlord who may havo saved him A Poet riijrslclan from destitution by advancing provi- Â¬ Hearing of Dr Goldsmiths great hu Â¬ sions and dry goods only so long as tho manity a poor woman who believed caprico of tho hour dictates Landown Â¬ him to bo a physician onco wroto to ers who havo sunk into financial rnin him begging him to proscribo for her by mortgaging thoir property havo hnsbnnd who had lost his appotito nnd nearly always been dragged into tho was nltogothcr in a very sad state Tho slough by tho effort to help thoir negroes kind hearted poet immediately went to out of it Tho crop mado by tho averago seo hor and after somo talk with tho negro farmer is subject to many continman found Him almost ovorwholmcd gencies besides thoso of tho weather with sickness nnd poverty Ho docs not hesitato to lenvo his field at You shall hear from mo in an tho most critical soason if plcasnro calls hour said tho doctor on leaving and Big meetings ho uovcr can re- Â¬ I shall send you soma pills which I nm him sist and thoso toko placo during tho im- Â¬ suro will do you good portant agricultural months of July and Beforo tho timo was up Goldsmiths August first at ono church aud then at Borvant brought tho poor woman a anothor small box which on being opened After the mnles havo been working was found to contain 10 guineas with hard all tho week in this busy season tho following directions they nro often driven from 10 to 16 To bo used as necessities requiro miles on Sundays carrying wagon loads Bo paticut and of good heart Rams of men women and children long Horn bright ribbons flying out from tho heads Clinton Ky Oct 12tb 1800 of tho fomalo members of tho family whoso hair has been tightly plaited and Dr J O Mendenhall Evansvllle Ind bound with cords during tho week in Gross Dear Sir You may ship me order to produco a holiday sensation in Chill and Fever Cure on same terms as an amplo psycho knot at tho back and a last I have sold two or three times as bushelliko roundness in froift They much of your chill cure this season as appear in fancy waists nud big slcovcs and it has given splendid and regalo themselves nnd thoir friends any other Yours truly cako satisfaction with n dinner of fried chicken T K TAYLOR nnd watermelons after tho meeting Ilaynes Short rags boing good enough to wear hoecako and bacon being good cnongh to oat dur Â¬ ing the week Liko his African ancestors A Characteristic Reply tho American negro is miserable with Â¬ Tho incorruptibility of Genoral Walk- Â¬ out jollifications nud fenstings If ho er lato president of tho Massaohusotts can havo them ho will do n hard job of Instituto of Technology was abovo all work between times Francis Albert Euspioion A characteristic anecdote is Doughty in Lippiucotts told of him by J J Spcncor in Tho Ro viow of Reviows The Silkworm At ono timo when General Walker Wo owo tho introduction of tho silk- Â¬ hold n govcrnmenc position a placo worm into Enropo to sticks shared in a measure by another ho was Silk was produced in tho cast prac- Â¬ approached with tho suggestion that tical ly solely in China When Christian sinco tho wholo department was under missionaries penetrated into that strango their control by working in harmony land thoy heard much about silkworm thoy could havo whatever they desired breeding and tho muunfactnro of silk I havo no desires said General bnt although they longed to mako nso Wolkor knowlcdgo in thoir of such profitable said his coadjutor But general own countries thoy wero not nblo to do do yon not seo that wo can push for Â¬ so for tho Chincso guarded their val Â¬ ward our friends and relatives into good ued silk industry with tho most vigi Â¬ places lant jealousy I havo no friends wns tho reply To attempt tho removal of tho cater- Â¬ pillars or eggs across tho nations bor When a cold is contracted cure it at dor meant death by horriblo torture once One Minute Cough Cure will set Daring adventurers there wero but thoy you on the road to recovery in a minute met tcrriblo fates Tho prizo was a It will cure pneumonia bronchitis great one however aud men porsovercd Tho popes at Romo offered largo To Â¬ croup and all forms of lung and throat wards to any ono who could bring them troubles Short Ilaynes tho much coveted tiny eggs Two pil Â¬ The Vote Wan Secured grims at lust succeeded in doing sa An ex M P who contested a high They mndo a very small cavity in their long staves concealing therein a fow land constituency in tho sixties tells eggs Theso ragged and dirty wayfarers tho following anecdote Onco after a long and fatiguing awakened but littlo curiosity boing re Â¬ signedly dooilo to nil formalities of days canvass I tackled a dissenting minister who wns very keen upon tho searching subject of getting tho bishops out of Thoy trudged on cautiously to Homo tho houso of lords ahd in pnrsuanco of Then they felt safo nnd laid thoir sticks with their priceless treasures nt the his favorite hobby ho asked mo Well sir what nro you prepared to feet of tho pontiff From thoso few eggs tho silk industry was established in En- Â¬ do about tuu Lusnopsr I was irritated aud fatigued by my ropo Strand Magazine days work and I testily muttered Oh hang tho bishops Willing to Consider Tho minister bowed and replied Sho If you were worth tho million Well sir you go rather beyond mo nnd I was poor would you marry mo He If you feel liko transferring tho thero I canna undertake to go alto- Â¬ fortuno to mo aud taking chances I gether that length with you bnt you Pearsons Weekly will give the mattor niy serious consid Â¬ shall haomy vote eration Detroit Free Prw Croup and whooping cough are child- Â¬ hoods terrors but like pneumonia bron- Â¬ chitis and other throat and lung troubles can be quickly cured by using Ono Min Â¬ ute Cough Curo Short Ilaynes Â¬ Â¬ Eye Waters or salves containing sugar Sometimes sore eyes are cured with them lead poison does not always result Thousands of persons have lost their oyes as a result Suther- Â¬ of the use of such preparations lands Eagle Eye Salyo contains no lead and cannot injure the eyes of a babo of lead is dangerous S I BEST I CORN DRILL 3 ON THE MARKET 1 SOLD BY JW Pate I j Co 1 tJolly ky 3 - r- efi 4 4 7 - 4 -- Noali Advertised The time of departure of the ark and people who 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