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Wsinlpy jswv rfnT - w - nmiir -- Tyws-r- A VH7 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XXI z CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 26 1897 NO 45 M i Decoration Day at Oglesby Sprin Will Celebrate Decoration Day at The following will Compose the Committee on Decoration i Murray Post No The Citizens Committe will be Composed of the Following Oglesby Spring near Gloverport The Public are Invited to Attend with Filled Baskets Jn ROWLAND L V THOMPSON 19 G A R SATURDAY MAY 29th 1897 The Committee on Flowers will Consist of Mrs J U ROWLAND Mrs R B PIERCE Mrs J D BABBAGE Mrs ANNIE BROWN Mrs W G SMART D ELI GARRETT LAFAYETTE NEWBERRY SAMUEL TAUL 6 ff If Y k B WM VEST WM ALLEN E B OGLESBY BABBAGE ROBT T POLK JD BURTON There will be Speaking fry JOHN P BASfflill wncn tncy were interrupting nun no is n holr tripper chap and no mistake Ncnmpaper ltcnort During tho senato debnto thero wns a great deal to say ubout tho newspaper re Â¬ ports from Cuba Senators ns n rule do not nppcar to put jnuch confidence In newspaper reports In this cose however tho fact lcmnlns that the reports of our consular olllccrs In Cuba hao confirmed everything that tho newspapermen wroto nnd disclosed much mure Ihcro Is altogether tou much of this business of discrediting nowspapers nnd I nm sorry to say that somo newspapers aro en Â¬ gaged In befouling tholr own nests My observation Is that newspaper mon almost imarlnbly do their best to get nt tho facts They prefer tho truth to any exaggerations Errors creep In of course but thero Is llttlo excuse for this wholesale and carping denunciation of newspaper statements as false and misÂ¬ Jr and V The Old Soldiers are requested to Assemble not later than 900 in tne rear or tho car Thoy complied with alacrity Tho robber than ordered the passengers to hold up their hands nud com menced relieving them of their vnlu Superintendent Damo drew his ablcs gnu and fired through tho compartment door nt tho robber who returned tho flro Tho robber dropped dead with bullets through his lungs nud heart Damo was shot in tho arm nud Jowett Smith a passenger received a ball in the leg comparTIncn Â¬ Â¬ ML A BIG JHAKE UP Is What Foraker and Mason Gave tho Senato RETORT TO SENATOR ELKINS v Newspaper Reports from Cuba and Other Interesting Gossip from Washington MASON A HAIR TRIGGER CHAP Washington May 25 Special Tho debnto oh tho Cuban resolution In tho fon nto has brought to tho front n number of now orators Among nil those who spoko on tho resolution recognizing thn belligerency of Cuba porhnps Senator Forakcr of Ohio nehioved tlio greatest success Boforo Mr Torakor camo to tho sonnto ho hnd the reputation of being an cxcltablo innn Every one knew ho was eloquent hut his fnmo wns that of n flro alarm of a man who dcpomltd largely upon fhctorlo and noisofor his Im prcsslvoncss How unjust this was to tho junior senator from Ohio his first set speech in tho senato amply demonstrated Ho in ado an address which for solid argument learning research and effectiveness bad not been cqualod throughout tho do bate Mr Forakor apparently was not un Â¬ mindful of tho gossip that had placed him In tho flro alarm cntogory and hocvldontly set out to show how much good stuff tlicro was In him Ho succeeded most admirably It Is now said on all sides that tho former governor of Ohio has taken high plncoln tho senate that ho has at ono leap becomo n membcrof tho Utile cotcrla of 10 or 13 senators who nro the real leaders of that body This Is quick work and tho eloquent senator from Ohio may congratu- Â¬ late himself upon his success Ho It oiled In Senator Mason of Illinois inmle ono of the most sensational speeches of tho Cu- Â¬ ban debnto Mr Mason Is n man of re Ho is shnrt and imirkablo appearance fat and almost ns big one way as ho Is tho other Ho has a smiling face a swarthy countenance and a big bass volco which rolls through tho senato chambor whenever bo lets It go Speaking of rolling reminds ino that ono of Mr Masons fellow sen Â¬ ators tolls Jitu they novcr ask llnson In tho cloakrooms whero tho grnvo and reverend tonntors dearly love their Jokes how ho enmo to tho capltol or whero ho has been Thoy Invariably speak of him as rolling up to tho Will to Houso or as rolling across the floor When tho jolly and rotund senator from Chicago mailo his speech on Cuba It was with tbo determination to shako things up Ha loves to bo Iconoolnstlo Ho has n prejudlro against traditions and such old cobwebby things as tho courtesy of tho conatc International law ho called an ancient barnacle and tho senato Itself ho ipoku of ns n body In which tho minority Mr Mason is really a very olwnys ruled eloquent publla speaker but ho loves to closo his most eloquent passages with what tho literary men would call bathos For lustnnco ho shouted nttho top of his volco that tho Republican party had placed n Cuban plcdgo In Its national platform This was very linprcsshp but a queer turn was given to tbo thread of his dlscourso when ho paused looked Mark Hanna who Ht near by straight In tho faco and said That was when wo woro looking for votes Allttlolatcr Mr Mason most eloquently pledged himself to support tho platform of tho Republican party concerning Cuba nd did It with much Improsslvcnoss bui eould not resist tho temptation to Indulge la ono of his llttlo quips nt tho finish llko I will standby the cracker out whip the platform ho shouted ns long ns I mn on tho pay roll Of courso tbo senate bad a good laugh at this confession Reeded No Coaching Thero was ono feature of Mr Masons pcooh which escaped tho observation of most of tbo spectators It was bis coach Perhaps It Is not generally known that jcnstorinl specohmakers bnvo their conches But they do New senators who ohj anxious ta make a record an tho occasion of their debut get some obliging fellow sena Â¬ tor tq sit near thoni and prompt them to uiako suggestions to them sotto voce to Mil Veep their rrers In order and occa sionally to remind them whoro they are at in cose they beccuuo flustered Mr Jaaeon hod such n coach and a very good one be proved to be It was Senator Chun kier the wasp iroui New Hampshire Take It easy Billy whispered Chan MwwkM Mr Mason becaroo too muohcx eitad and wm trying to lift tho rafters off You the eaMte chamber with hW voice re ajalnf pliidjy old nn but dont peek mite m loud Kow jou are all riaht Joyt ba tn a hurry TekelteMy Tlafarlghi 1bUwa VJwwar n whkh Mr Chandler aaaokad ataman through hours of stirring debate The eoaah was cxpeotal tq help opt when It Mine to In terruptioiu by other nouuUirs and la sug NUArtvo a iim the actor appeared to need help Hut blue joui aoal laid air Chandler amnravd Salty was aa Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a Ono senator was neatly caught In his carping against tho newspaper fraternity Wo do not know anything about this war in Culm declared Senator Klkins nothing save what tho newspapers havo told us Can wo predicate olllclal action on newspafor reports Now o know that thero Is n war Lctwcen Turkey nnd Grccco How do you know Itf asked Senator Forakir as quick as n flash Tho poser raised n great laugh at Mr Klkins ex penso for ocry ono saw tho point nt once Tho only Information nny one In this country has had about the Emopean war has como through tho newspaper disAYALTilt Wellmak patches Â¬ leading Washwhtox May 21 General Horatio King who was postmnster general during n portion of Buchanans admin- GENERAL HORATIO KING DEAD Ho Succumbed to an Attiok of Grip at lilt AVntlilucton Home Â¬ Â¬ istration died at his homo iii this city yesterdny Ho was in hid 80th year nnd died from the effects of an attack of gtip His wifo survives him HORATIO c mm Horatio King canio hero from Paris Mo mid was appointed first assistant postmaster general in 1851 serving un Â¬ der Postmaster General Holt Presi- Â¬ dent Buchauau loss than n month bo Â¬ foro his term expired appointed Mr King postmaster general lie served in this capacity from Feb 1 1801 until March 5 following when he was suc Â¬ Mr ceeded by Montgomery Blair King was n literateur of somo note Mr King retired from nctlvo life in 1875 BIG DEAL IN p OIL LAND Iuueitor of Seventy Foar Welti In Ohio Findlay 0May 21 Tho largest oil deal which has beon consammatod in this field in jiiany yeara was tho pur One III nn the Â¬ chase hero last evening by James W Kirkbrido of this city of tho half interest of his brother Thomas E Kirkbrida of Toledo in oil and gaa leases on 840 acres of tho most valuable oil territory in Wood nnd Sonoca counties together with the purohaso in fco of tho Kirk Â¬ brido furni near Rollcrsvillo Tho ooa sidoration was 35000 in cash This makes Mr James W Kirkbrida the owner of tho entiro property on which thero are 74 wells producing a largo quantity of oil Tho Kirkbrida brothers still own other territory jointly and singly and James V Kirkbridenow probably owns more oil territory- than nny producer in tho Ohio field ontslda of the Standard oil company Â¬ - STRIKE Twcoty ThrtaTliouisnil Men In tho Pen sylvaula UUtrlct VVHl So Out MINERS PrrrBBuno May 31 la accordance with tho action taken At tho miners na Â¬ tional convention recently held at Co luabas O the miner of tho Pittsbarg district aro preparing for a general ttrike for tbo restoration of the 69 cent The ujIhwh official r reticanf Vt ia nndaratood thai Mm atrikawill taka place ttbout the flrat weak in JMte There are 98000 mineta in the dlatrlot hat it it not believed that all of then will strike Pending the general strike the lafoers have betn HOtiled to atop all individual atrikaa and to retarn to work MteU tke ceueral atrlke i ordered i it Ht I mMaWftfffl burned and bruised Tho others injured nro Samuel Moody burned and bruised all Russia Ignores tho Rights of An For Peace Between Groocoand over tho body Miko Pctio head cut in half dozen American Citizen Turkoy Must be laces and braised and burned about the E ands nnd arms al- Â¬ William Hauua lioad cut arms PRISON THROWS HIM IN A MADE THROUGH EOHEM PASHA most soverod by falling sheet iron Joseph Love head a mass of cuts laying tho skull baro in throe places Who is Now Calling Upon tho Greek Frank Shcard head badly cut legs Becauso Ho Failed to Get tho Per- Â¬ bruised back burned nnd arms terribly Â¬ Pleopotentiary for a Setmission of tho Czar to burned His injuries nro very bad nml mar result in death tlement of That Become Half a dozen other men wero also moro or less injured bnt the above are tho worst cases AMERICAN A NATURALIZED LITTLE INDEMNITY BILL Tho second accident of tho day occurred about 20 minutes after tho one at tho Kosena furnaco It was a cavo New York May 22 Tho Herald Athens May 24 It is again semi- In nt tho big 70 foot cut of tho Newcastle Traction company that is engaged ays John Ginzbcrg has asked tho officially asserted that Edhem Pasha has re in making a track to the Now Coscado secretary of stato to collect 0000 for tho Turkish commander-in-chie- f Kurdy peated his statement that peace must park Michael of sand was buried under him from Russia to recompense him for gravel clay and at least 75 feet be negotiated with him and is now rocks nnd was dead whou taken out uujustifiablo imprisonment and by tho czars servants grossing tor tho appointment of a Greek Peter Herinsky wus terribly cut about Ginzberg tells a story which is sup- Â¬ plenipotentiary to conduct tho settle- tho shoulders and hips whilo his chest ported by official papers Ho was born ment of terms was crushed Ho will likely live in Lohenshin Minsk Pinsk Poland Ho M Deligorgis a former foreign minMore Iottofllcv came to America when 14 years old and ister has been elected president of tho May 22 Fourth As on Aug 10 1880 took out naturaliza- Â¬ Wamiinotov Croton central committee General Smolenski hus scut telegrams sistant Postmaster General Bristow has tion papers beforo tho United States to tho Athenian nowspapcrs donying inaugurated n now policy aa to tho es- Â¬ circuit court in Wilmington Del Ho thot he ordered a retreat except in pur- tablishment of postotiiccs Tho last ad- Â¬ saved a littlo monoy and in October suance of tho commands of Crown ministration oiercised n very conserva- Â¬ 1804 mado up his mind to pay a visit to I tive policy in dealing with this ques- Â¬ his parents Princo Constantino and adding earnestly beg yon not to publish inao tion holding that thero wero already IIo secured a passport good for two enrnto statements calculated to create too many oltices in operation and that years signed by Secretary Grcsham bo better as a general proposi- Â¬ When ho reached Hnmburg his pass- Â¬ Ho It would dissensions in tho administration also denies that any men fell into the tion not to havo tho otliccs too closo to- Â¬ port was examined and was approved hands of tho enemy daring tho retreat gether Tho present regime has deter- Â¬ by Charles S Burke the American vico mined to establish ollices whorover any consul nnd he passed through Germany from Velsdmo Owing to tho disquietudo caused by reasonable amount of busiuoss can bo without trouble He entered Russia nt tho prcbenfco in tho city of largo bodies secured with tho idea of accommodat- Â¬ Schuchin n frontier town opposite of volunteors tho government hastily ing as many people ns possible Prostkcn in Prussia Ho went nt once recalled tho f orco of gendarmes sent to to tho custom houso to proscnt his Cott uf Thrushlne Advanced Arta and will tako mtnsurcs to deport paperi and was immediately arrested Elwood Ind May 21 Thrashing A chargo of trespassing on government these dangerous allies to their various countries at tho earliest possible dato machine owners throughout the county property was mado against him nnd ho Tho Bcrthet column Italian insisted havo agreed upon a fixed scale of prices was fined niuo rublos which ho paid on coming here several of tho volunTho polico instead of releasing him for tho season of 1807 They assert that teers refusing to return to Italy on the thoy have operated at a loss during the howover proceeded to strip him of his ground that thoy uro liablo to arrest as past two years hulling clover at 60 monoy and clothing which they sold deserters The government has decidThen thoy locked him up onco moro 3 cents a ed that tho column must return to It cents nowbushel and wheat 75atcents for without his pasport or his citizenship prces call for The alian territory nnd will undertake to clover and 4 cents for wheat There papers nnd without tolling liim why board and lodge only thoso liablo to ar- Â¬ nro 13 thrashing outfits in this county From Schuchin thoy sent him by rest Most of them aro anarchists short stages from one prison to another of the combine Tho government sant them from Arta all niombcrs to Pinsk He was often confined for Killed by the Shook to Znverda and thero disarmod thorn weeks in tho pribons by the way where ho says he was flogged and subjected to with orders to leavo for Italy in Grcok New Philadelphia 0 May 21 vessels Thereupon they began to in Mrs Elizabeth Balliott aged 84 years other ill usngo dulgo in all corts of excesses and got who with her two daughters was so At Pinsk ho was informed ho would into conflict with tho inhabitants with roughly maltreated by midnight rob- be tried for havine become a citizon of tho result that ono Italian was killed tho United States without pormission Ho was finally released nnd six woro Eoriously wounded Fin- Â¬ bers on tho night of May 0 died yester day at her homo two miles north of from the czarhis passport ho neither got ally after n great deal of tronblo thoy but without this city from tho effects of tho shock homo or could leavo Loheshlu Ho says were scut to Brindisi under tho escort sustained Miss Emiliue tho soles of that ho was often without sufficient of t o Greek whoso feet were soverely burned by the food and that ho was in constant fear of PEACE NEGOTIATIONS robbers ii about recovered and is able being sent to Siberia houso Ho laid his case boforo tho United Amount of Imlonmltj ltrduced and ltu- - to walk about the States Minister Clifton 11 Brockin Mck Senator Uelter la Will lie raid mi Old Claim n lively intorost in it Washington May 24 Senator Mor- Â¬ ridgo who took Carroll nluo interceded Constantinople May 21 Tho peace Consul Goneral negotiations continue It is asserted rill who has been confined to his bed for him nnd Ginzborg managed to get that tho amount of indemnity will be for eomo days with an attack of bronword to Robert M Lowis n banker in reduced to 8 000000 lires 2000000 to bo chitis is roported to bo very mnoh bet- Â¬ Glasgow Mon who owikI him n debt paid in ciuh to Turkey and 0000000 to ter but it is not probablo that ho will of gratitude for having warned him of an attempt to rob his bank Mr Lewis bo nccoptcd by Russia as part payment bo able to attend tho sessions of tho son Representative ate for some days sent him monoy and Minister Breokin iiulomm y owed her by Turkey of Oregon was painfully also helped to relievo his It is mid here that nf terIIio suspen- Tongno by a cablo who Friday ia also ridge spite of tho assistance of hisdistress friends car In sion of ho tilltie i tho Greeks under injured very union better and will leave the Ginzbcrg found that thero was no pictenso of washing their linen crossed hospital in n few days change in his caso and ho determined to tho bridge cvor tho Arta nnd wero at sond a petition to tho czar After say Â¬ tacked by tho Turkish commander who Death at the Altar ing that ho had hoard of tho czars drovo thoni back after heavy fighting May 21 Mrs Ind Vincknnks gooduess nnd cnlling upon heaven to for 10 hours Nancy Smith attended services at the preservo him he explained that ho had Ambassador to Act at Mediator Freo Methodist church lost night and come to Russia only ont of a filial desire London May 24 Correspondent of whilo kneeling nt tho altar praying was to see his parents onco moro and that Tho Times nt Constantinople says The stricken with heart discaso dying in- Â¬ ho had intended to do no wrong having powers havo instructed their ambassa Â¬ stantly The congregation was thrown left homo when a boy and being lgno he humbly prayed of dors to act as their representatives in into a commotion by her untimely rantczarRussian law to let lum go Tho mediating betwe3n Turkoy nnd Greece death tho corpso was taken chargo tho Ginzberg thinks that ho owed what coroner who on investiga- Â¬ A collective noto will be handed to tho of by ho calls his speedy roloaso to this peti- Â¬ Palaco circles now tion found she had died from natural tion The czars secretary sent word porto forthwith realize that great nialadrtsso has been causes that ho had received it and a year aft Â¬ displayed om tho Turkish sldo Outbreak Again the Armenian erward he was brought to trial He London May 24 A dispatch to The was found guilty and was sontenood Colonel Mano Attempt Suicide Dally Telegraph from Constantinople lost January two years and ti half after London May 24 According to a dis Â¬ outbreaks against the his arrival to perpotnal banishment patch to Tho Daily Graphio from Corfu says that serious occurred in a village from Russia Ho loft gladly by tho aid Armenians havo it is reported thero that Colonel Manos near Van nnd at Inoboli a seaport of of tho monoy sent to him from Monnttomptod suicide whllo in jail Ho Asia Minor Tho Russian consul at Iu tana He lives in this city nnd found had been sent handcuffed with his en eboli has tocgruphod to tho government wotk this week for tho first timo since liis return tiro staff to Athens for trial by court to Bond a warship Charles Schwick has His connsol martial WTTrTRATgEK3 BATTCE sent his application for damages to tho Kdliem JMlm Sending- - Home HI Soldier Tho counsel Biys he stato department In Kentucky lleoomloft- Larissa May 24 Edhem Pasha tbo The Tollgate War Serlou hoped the caso would bring about nr Qulte Turkish commander has disbanded and rnngomouts with Russia for tho protec- Â¬ LexisotoV Ky May 24 A desper Ho has the of naturalized citizens sent to their homeu most of tho Albani ato battlo between 25 turnpike raidere tion certificates of citizonshlp ami tho pass Â¬ ans in Ills nrmy witli doublo barrelcd shotguns port which was corried by Gauzborg nud armed Ijut of the Troop Leave Crete nud pistols and nn officers posse of 11 returned to him after his trial They 24 Colonel Stalkos armed with donblo barrolod shotguns are worn nud soiled with much hand- Â¬ Oanea May with tho last dotachmout of tho Grcok loaded with buckshot Winchester rifles ling nnd bear translations iu Russia on expeditioucry force has embarked for and revolvers occurred on the Wyom Â¬ their backs for tho information of the wero cliarged with ing and Owlngsvlllo tnrnpiko two miles czars subjects whotho eillo Greece clock tho prosecution of of Owlngsvlllo at 12 Q0 south ACCIDENT AT A FURNACE SINGLE HANDED HCHDUP About 100 shots Saturday morning Thirty Mea Badly Injured Wx of Thorn were fired The Bandit Shot Down aad Two Olhar Qevlta SerauIy David Johnfcon aged 43 married waa Ma Wars WouaUed 24 Yesterday among the raiders Ho was shot ia the Newcastle Pa May 45 callbcr Wiaefces morning the big Rotena furnaco in thie right thigh with a Vash May 53 A single TaCOMa eity owutxi by Sonator Mark Itiuuta tcr in tho hand of James K Kiumowa ranged robber yesterday afternoon held up and of The and ex Senator Cameron let go and one the the posae and hetatlletaet live attempted to rob a car on tho Stella can into ike next inetaat a he vy volume of Oharlea abdomen Jones aged 3 married aw ooom etecMa line Aa he got on thp ooal oame oraahlag other raider was ahoe in the tluh ooke iron ore and platform he puUed a waalc down ever tfaroogh the roof of the eaetinf hooaa thigh lie may recover Tw other hit face prefaced a revolrer and or boiriue m the neighborhoodu of aonten raiders wheat names the oAees Snpwintatideitt Pamjof the mo not learn are reported woaaded None dered under the debria torUee aud Motaruuut WeUman to a Itouacyr Bats wa taken oat Yitb the of the posse were injured Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ men-of-wÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEGOTIATIONS BKin ani arms nnd his legs wero terribly lufiignig in snrens innn nis nana VERY RECKLESS ON NEW LINES Tho Spanish Tako a Twist on tho British Lions Tail BRITISH And Made VESSEL FIRED UPON ROBBED Ono of AND MURDERED the Mont Prominent Citizen of llttnuiitg the Victim of Highwaymen PiTTSBUito May 22 E S Flcishor a well known real estate man was robbed and murdered while on his way homo shortly after midnight Tho deed was committed on tho Lincoln nvenuo bridge in tho East End After relieving Fleisher of his money and valuables his assailants threw him over thobridgo into tho ravine 00 feet below When found half an hour later ho was still living but died on his way to tho polico station The murdered man was ono of tho most prominent secret society men in Allegheny county being a member of high degrco in tho Mnsonio fraternity Odd Fellows and other organizations Mil bliortngo Grout Cincinnati May 21 Georgo Hob son had been recorder of Hamilton county six years previous to entering on his duties last September as clerk of the courts It has since been found that ho wa9 6hort J0O0O as recorder Tho ex perts examining his records as clork find that he is already short i3404 as clerk although ho hold that olllco only bIx months His trial begins next Monday on tlireo indictments for forgery embozzlemont and abstracting publio records Â¬ to Seek Moro Pleasant Cruising than that Surround- Â¬ ing tho Islo of Cuba A FRUIT VESSEL TWAS ONLY Â¬ his residence iu Greenvillo yesterday afternoon at 5 83 oclock Ho had beon 111 for scvornl weeks but until Wednesday hopes wero entertained for his re- Â¬ covery Brights disease was tho cause of death Governor Ellurbeo will have to appoint a suceevior to servo until tho gen eral assembly meets next winter when it will elect u senator for tho unexpired term Cougro snim McLuuriu and Attorney Genual 14irber aro mentioned iu connection wtli tho appointment Judge Earlo was horn in Greenville His father county April 10 1M7 Elias D harlo of Greenvillo wns a prominent lawyer Judge Eirles early cducutioii was received iu the Acadomy of Sumter Immediately upon leaving tho acadomy ho joined tho ranks of the Confederate army In July 1801 at tho ago of 17 ho eulistod as a privato in Charlos battery of light artillery At tho closo of tho war ho returned homo nud entered Furniun university whero he gruduatid iu 1817 Ho choso law as his profession but boiug too poor to tako a coure ho taught school by dny and studied law at night In April 1870 ho was admitted nud began tho practico of his profession nt Anderson wluro ho remMuod until Ho removed to Sumter S O ns 187S n lawyer and boon distinguished liim self Iu 1878 ho was elected to tho legislature and borved four years declining re election to the houso iu 18S0 He was elected senator from Sumter county in 1882 In J8SB ho was olected attor ney goneral und for two terms filled tho responsible position with blgnal ability ho represented his party iu the In national Domocrutio convention at Cin cinnati Again iu 1884 ho went as a delegate to the national convention and was selected as n member of tho com mitteo to notify Mr Cleveland of hit nomination In 1883 Judgo Earlo declined tho nomination for governor becaaso ho was committed to tho support of Governor Richardson who was a candidnto for re election Ho ran against Tillman for governor in 1810 but was defeated Judgo Earlo thou returned to Greenville the homo of his boyhood and opeucd a law ofllco Iu 12 ho wa elected judgo of tho Eighth circuit Tho history of tho campaign in whu I he triumphed over John Gary Evan and was chosen United States senator is recent history Earle was niarrieo May 10 18G9 to his cousin Miss Anm M Earlo To thorn havo been born nine childreu of whom six survive Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PASSES AWAY Unite State Senate Columbia S C May al United States Senator Joseph H Earlo died at JOSEPH H Death Cause EARLE n Vacnncy In tho Philadelphia May 24 After boing twico chm cd by Spanish gunboats and pasiing thiongh n perfect btorm of shot which splashed iu tho water across tho vessels bow tho Brtish fruit steamer Ethelred pass d through tho exciting ordeal unscathed and urrived at this port last night nftor a five days run from Port Antonio Jamaica When tho Ethuaed left hero May 12 it was tho intention of Captain John D Hart to accompany her bnt ho was nr rested us no was about to stop oil tho gang plank to go nloard As it wns his invalid daughter was a passenger It is supposed tliit ngeuts of tho Spanish government in this city had notified tho Spanish authorities at Havana that Hart would bo on tho vessel heuco tho effort to hold np tho Ethelred in Cuban waters Tho first encounter with the Spanish cruibers occurred off Capo Mnysi on tho trip down Just after dusk on Sunday evening May lit a gunboat without any lights bliot out from under tho Maysi capes and crowding on all steam steered directly for tho fruit vessel After steaming for nu hourwithout gaining an inch the guuboit turned a search light on tho other vessel All stoam was crowded ou tho hthelrcd which was beginning to show tho Spaniard a clean pair of heels when a rlond of smoke belched f romthu cruisers side and n ecc ond later a solid shot cut tho water a half milo ahead of her bows Then came a bccoml nud third shot each nearer than tho others Captain Israel kept ou his coure and after an hours hot chnso tho Spaniard dropped from tho raco The second chaso happened last Thursday afternoon in almost tho exact spot in which tho first nttempt to hold tlio vessel up occurred Just as tho Etlielrod rounded Capo Maysi a big Spanish gunboit of tho newest typo started out from under tho capo nnd chnso to tho Ethelred For two lours tho chnso was kopt up enlivened now and then by n solid shot throwing np a shoot of whito spray just nhcid of the swift vessels bows If began to look ns if the Spaniard meant to cljase the Ethelred clear to tho Dolnwaro capes when another stcnmshlp was sighted and the gunboat shoved off and gave vigorous chaso to tho newly discovered steamer Â¬ FIVEBoVs DROWNED The Itetult or lmlilllng a Small ltnft In the Chicago Illver CiUCAQO May 24 Fivo small boys wero drowned in that portion of tho south branch of tho Chicago river known ns Mud lako Saturday afternoon whilo trying to cross tho stream on nn improvised raft Thero woro six on board but tlio lad who was tho cause of tho disaster from his having started paiiia nuiong his compuii ons saved him self by jumping into tho water beforo the craft had drifted into tho deoper water Trunk Qninn 10 The tead nro ycarsoldiChailisCotrt II years old Jnmes Coato 8 ynnw nd brother oi preceding i hiirw tvi- I years oln i r tlu r of preceding Albert Svic t John Honis a t io n- y who escaped - 10 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pffl KNGPL99 HecovcTiui from tlio Hood May 21 Miss GitERNVaLK Tho Regular trains be Â¬ rived yesterday tween Greenville nnd Carey will com Tho river U meiico rnniiftiK tomorrow fnlliuK four tenths vicry Jinoars SAlntrV Wage Voiueett Danyiuk Ky May 1 The opor tors of 10 mines along the Cincinnati SoatkenvvaUway will ask for a reduo Uo of d cents on ttfe ton for dhjifiur Vifteer hundred mluerewUl beioterwW mi They will reaiet the redaotioa first traiu on the Yazoo and Mississippi Valley railroad hIiico the overflow ar- Â¬ POWDER Absolutely Pur mmtmMm Ul felt CWbftUl for Iu Stem UawJftg TUaQ IrJ lyw HMJWlU HJlUHHMt i tftj OYA tUUlHQ luDtU U S3 J 2 Breckenridge las D THE BRHGKENRIDGK News nd NEVWB QIxOVELKLFORT KY ADDISON DICK FALL8 OF ROUGH HARDINSBURG BRANDENBURG Brandenburg Normal commencement will fall Juno 14 and 15 The Mile nt Frank Webbs wan a pleas Â¬ ant affair with a big crowd Mrs P G Young has returned from Loulsvlllo after a pleasant visit to friends Miss Agnes Malin will return to Owensboro this week We will all miss her and wish she could remain with us D W Lowis is very much Improved in health He has been down on his fruit farm near Irvington for a week or ten days Lawrence Lewis is still in the South buying fruit for an Eastern firm He has been very successful and likes the business Mrs Geo Woolfolk of St Louis neo Bertha Lewis will arrive to day to spend several weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs J W Lewis I have been quito ill in tho last week and have had company hence this col- Â¬ umn is a little short which please excuse Mr Editor for this time A number of our young people attend Â¬ ed tho Sunday School Convention at Mrs D M Sandy Hill last Saturday Duncan Miss Lula Lowis Messrs W D Ashcraft and B Prico sang a quartet Mr Peckinpaugh and Miss Emma D McGehee will be married to day at the Willard hotel Louisville I know no particulars but I do witli all my heart extend sincere congratulations to the young couple Boss and Will McGehee were in town Sunday taking nieces and their aunts out driving It is nice real nico to be aunt to nice real nice girls and have nice real nico boys to take you out Keep on the good side of tho young folks is a wiso motto Mr L A Foote camo up with Mr L D Alexander and spent a day and night with us Cousin Lud is looking quito the same and we did enjoy his visit after such a long absence Lawrences stay in old Kentucky has been a most pleasant reminiscent one My friends Dr and Mrs Pusey Judge J F Woolfolk and wife Mr and Mrs James Lewis en Â¬ tertained him most beautifully while hero He has left for his home in New York Â¬ Â¬ I r r if 1 i L H av W TIME TABLE Miss Bell Davison went to Canoyvllle to liavo her trousseau made I am told OIRS WMT WEDNESDAY MAY 20 1897 Mrs Mercer postponed hor visit to Pensner Dally arr Hardlnibnrgl2M pm McDaniels on account of her mothers ill ooixa hit health Passenger Daily arr Hardlnibarj Ti30 am son daughter-in-laMrs Stephens Lrr everybody decorate next Saturday and grandchildren aro her guests this and give the old veterans a hearty wel week John Lyman died nt his homo near come It is their day to celebrate and Misses Mabel and Willie Chambliss Freedom lot ha join in and help them O L Beard was in Louisville a few wero guests of tho Misses Stone Tues day morning days last week Georgo Low returned to Louisville Mr and Mrs Phelps Louisville aro Hbmkmdkb the Mans Convention at Hardlnsburg next Saturday to select del Â¬ last week after a prolonged visit to his visiting here this week egates to the Democratic State Conven- Â¬ sister here Maj Horaco Scott is giving his resi- Â¬ tion which meets at Frankfort June 2 Childrens Day will bo celebrated here dence a fresh coat of paint Sunday with great pomp and ceremony Old hats bleached at very low rates at We want Meade countys Democratic A large crowd is expected the new millinery store on Main street majority and Meade county wants us to Mrs M W Mono came home tor a Charley Pumphrey Louisville is vis Â¬ support her son Qua W Richardson for few days but returned to Owensboro iting his fathers family near West View Â¬ Clerk of the Court of Appeals and we Saturday evening as her mother continIf you want cheap nico head gear give will do it ues very ill the new millinery store on Main street a Tom Butler of Shrove Ohio county call Meads county is the Gibraltar of is having his residence remodeled and Rev Hunt preached to a large congre- Â¬ Democracy of this District Let every several rooms added also a new veranda man vote for her representative for Clerk built Ho has just completed a largo gation out at Ephesus last Saturday night of tho Court of Appeals Hon Gus W and conveniently arranged stable About the oldest anlmul in tho coun- Â¬ Richardson On the afternoon of the 5th lust lit- Â¬ ty is a muln thirty seven years old be- Â¬ tle Miss Verna Storms entertained her All the delegates and alternates are little friends quito pleasantly the occa- Â¬ longing to tho heirs of Stephen McCoy urged to attend tho Judicial District sion being tho celebration of her fifth I am still repairing watches clockB Convention at Hardlnsburg to morrow birthday Games were played and a jewelry silverware and spectacles T A list of them may be seen in the pro- Â¬ general good time indulged in until 5 O Lewis ceedings of the Convention Cow pasture on the piko C5 cents a oclock when the little ladles were Fine grass and good spring escorted in to a dainty lunchoon by their month The new passenger service on the miniature beaux Tue table was beauti- Â¬ water J T Kingston Texas meets with the hearty approval fully decorated with lovely flowers and My shop is well equipped for all of the travoling public It suits the local lighted by five colored wax candles At trade It gives them an early morning the close of the repast which consisted repairs of time keeping machinery train to Louisville and an early evening of cake fruit candies and lemonade Every thing done first class Como see train home something they always each little guest was presented with a me T C Lewis The now millinery storo on Main longed for dainty boquet by their little hostess guests street has a nice new stock of head gear After another hour of play tho Tiikhe will be no contest in the Conven- returned to their homes feeling very which they will sell you at prices to suit tion to be held in Hardlnsburg happy after having such a splendid good tho times Give them a call Judge McBeath is an easy winner time and wishing no doubt that Vernas Give tho new millinery store on Main He carried every precinct in Grayson birthday would come every day Those street a call and purchase one of their and Meade counties and all but one in present were Margaret Peyton Leila nice hats at a prico cheaper than you Breckenridge and one fourth in Hardin Head Rachel Stuart Edwin and Wilbert over purchased one before His instructed vote is 31 J while MontÂ¬ Keh Thurman Stuart Wilberand Smith A A Richardson Garfield is tho gomerys is 11J There are 43 votes in Milam and Duncan Boisseau place to buy goods cheap Millinery a the Convention specialty this season Ladies hats WEBSTER trimmed in the latest stylo Country gold bugs aro still making a great Tho produce taken in exchange for goods fuss about the Chicago platform true A nice rain Sunday Democracy and in fact moat everything For fear of some misunderstanding on Saturday was drummers day here that happens to get in their way Now account of Mr Kincheloe closing out The prospect for fruit continues pretty his jewelry business I wish to have it we havent heard of anybody saying any- Â¬ thing hard against the gold bugs lately good understood I am not closing out my and why do they keep up their old 1890 We had a very good crowd out at tho repair shop but will do all repairs in my racket line as heretofore Bring mo your work Truly they ought to mend their convention ways VBorn to tho wife of Clint Norton May you will be pleased both with work and price Your jeweler 12 a fine girl That was a plendidenthusiaatic meet T 0 Lewis Joe Jeffries went to Louisville Sunday held at Sandy Hill church last Saturday on business Rev Buchanan of Hardin county There were some excellent papers read Dr Truitt of West Point was here on held a special religious servico at the and the music was simply grand And a home of Mr Robert Payne near this business lost week more intelligent fine looking assemblage With a little sunshine now garden place last Sunday morning Mr Payne of peoplo the News has not seen in is eighty threo and quite feeble in many a day They are great church truck will be ready for use health Tho sermon was preached at Miss Nellie Bandy of Irvington is people and Sunday School workers and his request and a large number of his thats the secret of their generous hos- visiting relatives near here neighbors and acquaintances were pre Â¬ pitality Jno Lyddan went to Louisville last sent week to consult an occulist For the last two weeks Hardlnsburg Breckenbidoe county should go solid Mrs Frank Huston is visiting friends has been moro interesting than usual for Gus Kichardson for Clerk of tho and relatives in Hart county Circuit Court has been in session and Court of Appeals Ho is our neighbor The out look is favorable for all kinds this always brings many strangers to the and our friend and ho expects and ought of crops and farmers are rejoicing town The business men especially the to have the support of his near by coun- Â¬ TGJordan and Horace Hatfield were hotel keepers are always delighted when ty Besides there is no more deserving a session of the Circuit Court rolls man on the track There is no man in in Louisyillo last week selling tobacco Quite a number from hero attended around It means a little more pocket the State that has done more or given up more for the Democratic party than has the Sunday School Convention at Sandy chango dropped here and there than up- Â¬ on any other occasion Hill Gus Richardson The greatest literary Ireat the people Misses Ella and Norrie Kurtz are on a In the Circuit Court of Jefferson coun- Â¬ protracted visit to Louisville and Vine of this place have had an opportunity to enjoy for sometime was a lecture at the ty the jury Commissioners recently drew Grove the namo of a woman Mrs Wolf for jury Denny Lewis has put out an exten- Â¬ Baptist church one night last week by service The Court will promptly ex- Â¬ sive orchard on his farm near hero this the Rev Carter Helm Jones of Louis- Â¬ ville Tho only regret was that there cuse Mrs Wolf no doubt when she ap- Â¬ spring was not a larger crowd out to hear the pears to take her seat in the jury box John Ilerten the fish man was here speaker His lecture was full of good The women are taking a hand in most last week and made glad the hearts of thoughts and well chosen words Mr everything it seems but the law makes our people Jones came at the request of Miss Lillle no provision for them acting as jurors Crawford Beauchamp and wife went Scott who is trying to raise a fund to pay This will no doubt be a surprise to Mrs Wolf but Bhe will cortainly be compell- Â¬ to Sample Saturday on a visit to friends off some indebtedness against the and relatives church ed to retire Harry Stewart has bought the windows On account of Judge McBeaths ab Â¬ and doors for his houso and will begin sence this term of Court Hon D R at Should there are not be a tax on dogs work on it soon Murray was elected to preside as special Such a tax too that would bo suflicent to Last Sundays Courier Journal is a require tho owner of the dog to look af literary gem and if you failed to read it Judge by the members of tho bar There was not a hitch in the proceedings any ter iilm and in about tho same latio as you missed a treat where The business went along very other property of value This question Atovn or community where peace smoothly with one exception A Glen has interested legislators in years past in friendship and good will prevail is sure deano negro stepped into tho court room some degree but not enough to attract to build up and prosper in response to a call by tho sheriff and any attention 0 wnine dogs seems to be Thurman Smith came home Saturday right enough that Is some dogs but the from Rockvale on a visit to his family blated out Heres your Sam Jones Judge Murray was considerably ruflled great majority of them are a nuisance returning again Sunday and ordered the negro removed from the There is no telling what a dog will do or G Claycomb is having her Mrs W not do sometimes Very recently in the house replastered and papered Albert court room His first impulse was to send him to jail ten hours for contempt state of Ohio a judgement was rendered Schindler hat the contract against the estate of ex PresIdent Hays J John Lyman an old soldier and pen- Â¬ The Circuit Court upon a petition which the members of his family will sioner died of heart trouble at his home from tho citizens of Irvington made an have to pay on account of injuries re- near Garfield the 17th Inst order last week incorporating it as a ceived by Mrs Smith in a run avtay Mrs Wm Hall went to Meadow Lawn town of the sixth class and clothing it caused by a dog owned by the Have fam last week to be at tho bedside of her with municipal powers There was a ily This may be a small matter after daughter-in-lalittle kick against it upon the part of one Mrs Rastas Hall all to the Hays family but to many fam Â¬ Rev G WSt Clair has gone to Chica of the ealoon men but the expression ilies in this country it would be an irre- Â¬ go to attend the general assembly of tho was so largely in favor of incorporating parable financial disaster Cumberland Presbyterian church as that the defense did not amount to ministerial delegate from Nolin presby much Irvington will put on municipal airs now and proceed to do business un Faymastkii Bush came down Monday tery George and Abner Robertson of Mc der its own authority The officers ap-Â¬ and dropped into this city about 2000 in gold and silver and about 8000 into Fall Mo arrived last Friday in responso pointed to hold until the next genoral G A Hendry the county and yet some people think a to a telegram to be at the bedside of election aro as follows railroad takes all the money out and their mother Mrs Allen Robertson who Police Judge 0 P Vittltoo J B Horn don J 0 Mus3elman W E Brown A is seriously ill never leaves any behind The Texas B Coleman trustees Joseph Bland railroad spends more money for labor D Will on The Lucky Kan Hon J N McGlothlan Assessor lumber ties and taxes in Breckenridge The long looked for appointment to Marshal T county than any other firm or corpora- Â¬ the Cloverport poot ofllco came last Wed Â¬ The corporate limits extend one quarter tion in it Breckenridge county has nesday after the News had been issued of a mile in each dlrcqtion north east more miles of railroad than any other Hon J D Wilson ex Representative of south and west from the Texas depot county save one In the State And our this county was the successful man The District Conference is in session facilities for transporting our products Tho News received a special telegram this week and there are a number of vis- Â¬ and our rates are tho most reason giving the news of the appointment and itors in the city Bishop Wilson is the able of any county in the State What when the Hon Jonas read it he seemed guest of Mr and Mrs G W Beard we need and must have to compete with ten years younger There are a number of big preachers with the outside world is better county The question of removing the office here this week all belonging to the roads to the stations and towns It is from where it is now located is the all Eliz ibelhtown district Visitors preach Â¬ an actual act that it costs more to haul absorbing theme It ia Mr Wilsons In- Â¬ ers and layman are being entertained in a ton of freight a distance of ten miles tention we understand to move the fine style and about the next thing you over our county roads than it does to office from the upper side of Clover hear Hardlnsburg will be asking for the lead that ton of freight a distance of 73 Creek bridge to the lower side where a Louisville Annual Conference She is ffillM oVer the railroad to the market majority of the businera houses are situ Â¬ now possibly aVle to entertain that disÂ¬ These are bobjo problems we will have to ated This doesnt meet with the ap-Â¬ tinguished body If die would only en Â¬ solve aad that right quickly if we want proval of the business men and resident large her liberality Before the war the to keep tip with the proceasioa in this of that side who claim that there ia a Annual Coaference met here but at bo eetMWy Good eeuty roads should be clause in the town charter stipulating time since Any towa should be proud tke cry until we get them Breckea that the post ofilce shall always be oa to entertain that body because they al tWge eetwty with her pretest railroad ike upper aide of the creek If its re- - ways leave a floe inpretsioa on a sow munltr Toe Dietriet Goaieteooe 1 all faeiHttea hrrked up wtt a system of noyeJ abowkl be undertaken the Mppoai will be a big tight over right a Jar a it goes sad its proceedings there food oottxty roads would hm be the tfon k are netully eaterUiaiag the fSAle spot of Jteattteky T 0 Baobagt Editor Proprlstri 50 lbs of Coal small stove will burn only twenty five Hence discomfort and misery A certain amount of fat burned dally would keep your body warm and healthy But your digestion is bad and you dont get it from ordinary fat Hence you are chilly food you catch cold easily you have coughs and shivers while pneumonia bronchitis or con Â¬ sumption finds you with no re- Â¬ sistive power Do this Burn better fuel Use SCOTTS EMULSION of Cod liver Oil Appetite and digestive power will revive and soon a warm coating of good flesh will protect the vital organs against the cold and the body against disease Two tUes 50 cb and 100 Book free for the asking SCOTT BOWNE yfr m HimMtmMmmmmtmi AK OPPORTUNITY to make the Summer SIX PAGES A day would keep your rooms warm In winter But that ga Â¬ GIRLS HAPPY aud beautiful as A Very Little Money Will Go a Lcng Ways Competition out of cho Question between other Dealers prices nrd ours Never mind the distance Note the Difference you have to come you will save more than double the price of your time to come to us As we have added a big lot of Bargains It Will Pay You to Come and Buy New York New Hats New Ribbons New Flowers New Dress Goods New Shoes To show you that we arc not blowing but mean business we ask that you bring us your pro- ducc give us a trial compare our prices with those of other stores and you will be convinced that your money STEPHENSPORT 0 L Cash man and Miss Suo Brashear Union Star camo down Sunday to attend church Payne of New Bethel is Mrs visiting her sons G W and S R Payne this week Rev E N Metcalf left Monday for District Conference which will bo held at Hardlnsburg Ky Mrs Kate Jarrett arrived home Mon Â¬ day from a visit to her sister Mrs Fan Â¬ nie Board of Garfield Mrs Oscar Branting and little son Homer of Evansvllle are guests of Mrs Roland Smith this week Miss Ida Williams of Evansville ar- Â¬ rived Thursday to remain sometime with her sister Mrs 0 II Wellington Rev E N Metcalf filled his regular appointment Sunday at the M E church and preached to a large congre- Â¬ gation Miss Nellie Bennett of Derby Ind who has been tho guest of Miss Bertha Pettit the past week returned to her home Sunday Miss Helen Douglas Brashear who lias been with her uncle Edwin Brashear of Hawesville Ky for the past ten months has returned to her home at this place AO REE ABLE BUIUMSE will go farther with us than any other store in the county Always remember WE LEAD BUT DO NOT FOLLOW ONE PRICE TO ALL ovn motto QUICK SALES AND SHALL PROFITS ADDISON NEW MATTINQS DICK ADDISON KY Â¬ SSMlWi we vr V4- viv rJV v i Jt JkrL X X3 A IS OTTZEB Special Ribbon Slaughter BIG VALUES Regular Price per yard Cut Prico per yard I BEWLEYVILLE International Poultry food has arrived three feeds for twelve fowls one cent Makes the hens lay cures diseases and saves the small chick We guarantee every box Drury Bennett Polly Parrot died Tuesday night at her home at W N Drurys and was buried in tho yard Wednesday p m at 3 oclock A large crowd of friends attended the burial services I havo the International Poultry food for sale The best chick medicine on earth and I so guarantee Robert Cook Guston Ky T P Hardaway is making an extra effort to have early cabbage J D Babbage was In our town Satur- Â¬ day morning Mrs Laura Stith went to the city Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mrs Kato Stith returning Saturday Miss Florence Cain visited Miss Mona Price a day or two last week Tho Womans Missionary Society met Wednesday at 3 oclock Mr and Mrs T P Hardaway attended Quarterly meeting Miss Annie Johnson and George Drury went to Guston Sunday to attend church The Hon Charles Blanford is at iiome again Comments arc needless Phelps Walker was in Hardlnsburg Friday and Saturday Miss Mattie Lee Moorman has gone home Misses Mary Heath Willa Drury and Minnlo Walker visited friends in Meade county Sunday Pierce Hardaway hai returned from Anchorage Quite a large crowd from our vicinity attended the Sunday School Convention at Sandy Hill some of whom were so well entertained that they wero con- Â¬ strained to remain a day or so W II Cain Sr ha been quite sick at the home of his daughter Mrs J M Walker The friends of Mrs Kate Stith were made sad by the news of her death at her homo in Louisville Monday night last Mrs Stith was formerly a resident of this community and much beloved by all who knew her Messrs B T Russel and Mardls aro making an effort to get singing classes at Bewleyville and several sur Â¬ rounding towns We hope they will succeed There is nothing nicer than to know how to read hiubIc and be able to learn to sing readily By rt quest of J M Walkor adminis- Â¬ trator Saturday May 29 there will be a sale of the household goods of Mrs Martha Wolvertou who died a few weeks ago There is also some corn hay a milch cow and sorao hogs Golden Ron Â¬ On the eve of May 10th soveral friends of Miss Georgia B Hawkins surprisod her with their presence to celebrate her birthday she knowing nothing of it un- Â¬ til her return from her place of business where she found in the home of her sister Mrs R A Shellman the house beautifully decorated with flowers and a lunch of cake and Lemonade served in good taste May sho live to enjoy many more such pleasantry SHELLMAN UICKEItSON No No No No No No No No No No No No 30 Taffeta Bibbon a a 60 u 40 22 7 12 80 5 35c 40c Satin Dresden Satin a u a u u 40c 25c 10c 15c 40c 10c 5c 15c 20c 50c 23c 28c 28c 19c 30c - 9c 7c 4c 8c v 2 16 22 80 u a 12c 25c 10c This is all New Stock Dont miss the Opportunity At the home of the bride Wednesday eve May 10th at 8 oclock the marriage of Mies Stella Hlckerson to Mr Jas Shellman took place Rev M E Met- Â¬ calf officiating Both parties live near this place The bride looked pretty in white cashmere and wore cream roses The groom wearing tho usual black looked handsome Several friends and relatives were present Soon after the ceremony they left for their future home on Shellman flat May their lives be full of brightness and joy is the wish of tho writer They are dandies said Thos Bowers of the Crocket Texas Enterprise while writing about DeWItts Little Early Risers the famous little pills for sick headache and disorders of the stomach and liver Short Haynes MRS HVDUNCAN AVMAWAMAAAAAAAAAAAAAftAAAMAlAVWftVAV 4 Ul M FLOCKING TO TIE LIOH STORE Where Great Bargains Are Being offered Clothing Etc Pants worth 1 5 oo for Shoci worth i 00 for Ladiel Slippers worth 175 for Mens Hats worth 150 for Childrens Woolen Hats worth Dry Goods 4c per yard worth 35c yd j 50 13s 115 1 Kino Cashlrucrei Lawns fir 17c yi Vt i3j 00 50 aolbs Granulated Sugar for Green Coffee worth sec lb 7 lbs for Groceries fio lco E BAKER WWVWWllVWlWAVWVWVWIWVV And Everything Cut to Proportion in this Line SAMKYPLE TOBINSPORT Hal Wcatherholt is in Owensboro Little Floyd Whitehead is quite ill Prof M M Groves has returned from Rome Dave Weatherholt wont to Cannelton Sunday Hamilton Hennen made us a pleasant call Thursday Miss Lydia Powell Is visiting her grand mother at Don Juan Tobin Groves and Off en Champion wero in Cannelton Saturday Jim Wheeler and sister Miss Daisy are visiting Miss Kate Weatherholt Miss Nettie Baker of Chambers Ky arrived Friday the guest of Miss Powell Quite a crowd came up from Cannel Â¬ ton and spent Sunday with Mrs II Cockrell Mr Sam Groves of Spencer county Is among his many friends after an absence of 15 years Misses Grace and Kate Vaughn of Cannelton aro guests of their aunt Mrs Grace England Miss Mariemma Clark of Cannelton and Miss Anna Scott of Evansville will arrive this week the guests of Mrs Mol lie 0 Ryan Carl Lime who has been attending school here was called home at Derby oh account of the illness of hie mother aad brother We regret so maca to part with Carl ae he ie each a jolly good boy He has made away Meade while here Â¬ There are other Pebbles on the Beach SBIAXS - In this ease the other pebble Is THE BLICKENSDERFER If jou cant pronounce the name spell it A typewriter viaibio writing pcr monant alignment interchangeable pe direct printing and inking Not a toy but a real thing Weight eiz pounds Prico 3500 v WEST VIRGINIA SUPPLY CO Central Aireuli tor Kv and at KM 5th Mi Y 8 In Vs K Â¬ Ut couraglng On the fifth day however paralysis of tho bowels developed aad All Medical Records in Operations finally caused tho death of tho patient The first successful operation for the For Tumor A Keatuclcy removal of an ovarian tumor was doete Case byDrEpbriam McDowell ia this city Danville Ky May 22 Tho particu Â¬ in tho year 1809 and the house whew k lars of theaurgicai operation from the took place is still standing In 1879 the results of which Mrs Lula Meeks of medical fraternity of the United States Drennon Springs Henry couaty died erected a monument to hie memory ia rt- - u f1 Wednesday of this week show it to MnTtntonll Tab- - n nnnIH have been one of tho most extraordinary Jjoweiia oporauon was ail tue luow cases in the history of medicine Up to markable from the fact that the weawui the time of the operation on Mrs Meeks rode to Danville horseback from Green W B Johnson Newark 0 says the record for the removal of an ovarian county about forty mllos that she stood One Minute Qough Cure saved my only tumor was held In Japan where one It without an anaesthstio and recovered child from dying by croup It has weighing 182 pounds was removed from saved thousand of others suffering from NASAL a Chlacss woman last summer by a croup pneumonia bronchitis and other Japanese surgeon The tumor taken OATARftH serious throat and lung troubles Short from Mrs Meeks actually weighed 2J5 dc Haynee LOCAL DtMAsWMfi pound while she herself weighed only M MMKtfMttl 130 pounds 8he had been affected for S4njiHaMmilh eaasgM Hoary Waehiagtoa came to this city lit years This remedy dow noi Mr Wash Saturday from Louisville 8be bad beea a small woman slender contain any mercury or other Injurious drugs iagtoa ie row loeated la New York aad and slight of statue but her weight bad MwYbed 87 Be e at the aoadof a Urge Mereaatlle increased until she at this time weighed ELYS Camret Cand v CatttarUe the Most wea all of Ageaey Any mm that bad the pleas Â¬ aerf ul audio 375 pounifaand her waist measure Uie ace plea discovery CREAM IALM ure of eoav eniag with Mr Washington aet aad refreefchag to ike teele act eeatly Beat was xctly 0 feet 7 inches the and clean dts aad tHwittvebr would ever reeJisj that the hard times etoaoaln titi t kidney liver aad bowels abdominal protuberance extending from COLDN HEAD OPna entire ajrelm dtepel eelfe hadletmek this country While here cure beadeiifae fever habitual oooaUpMkm just below the chin Pain anil Inflamatioo Htala and Protests tf Mem Â¬ brane front Colds Hestorcs the hum of TaM aad he wee the goeet of W S Bowmer He aad eUktuMMta Please huy aad lrr a box Por four lay the prospect for the Smell Is quickly absorbed Cls rllof at nac o to days 10 attooeate bWaed returned to Loaiavllle Sunday noang riereateWtoottrebyaUdragyUet 50 recovery of the patient were most en by cents at Vruggutt or by nuui saawleaiO nail wrrx -- CATARRH RSsl wem nhvsau a 00 Pyiif8ll Pwllilwww taASfrfflvs Mb t j - rmqrv 1fvi Vlirwpfli -- 0 wr wjipnfnfTr r rT MaWMIMMMtfMWktf4MI AMiUUUMlMM Ism JSRECKENRlboB WEDNESDAY News 2b it AY 1807 K F A POPULISTB VIEW EuitoIi ttjswai n I wish to any n few and r county infact plain nfter ncandid manner genornl or front the hit raoaiU OMCOHSTIPATIOH to care BKmamHifiGa ftlfirs Xd4nil444 ANDY CATHARTIC irHEt u7iiwlUinfr mm llnrnr fi mi i T J A -- r OLovHiRPdH A 1i Bf t in r stir mini 9 r par- Â¬ J 1 tial consultation tlio Democratic leaders Veaw cknrly Hint they could not single t handed olect any body to any of the coun Â¬ ty offices They therefore agreed to offer tho leonlos party certain county offices The Democrats to Bolect their own can Â¬ didates and the Peoples party to mako llifeir own selection not Democrats for deputy or othcrwiss Undur this agree- Â¬ ment tho nominations were mado and ratified by tho largest and must enthusi- Â¬ astic meetings ever held in tho county Everything was fairly and honorably conducted and general satisfaction and good- Â¬ will prevailed with a very general ex- Â¬ pression that with united action the tick Â¬ et could win jj Some timo after tho nomination was wade I was greatly and sadUonly sur Â¬ prised to seo In tho Breckenridoe News quite a lengthy manifesto from Mr Henderson in which it seemed from his statement that whilo a candidate he had been charged with everything dis- Â¬ reputable and mean He had lie said been charged with being a Prohibition Â¬ ist that was bad enough Ho had been charged with being an A P A still worse Ho had beenchnrgjd with mistreating Catholics worse than all Now If Mr Henderson was guilty of the aboye charges as mentioned In his published statement which I know noth- Â¬ ing about having heard nothlug of the kind until he made them public And as be did not run fast enough as a candi- Â¬ date to get his namo in the nominating convention how can he in the namo of jnstico and all fairness as set forth in his published statement say Howcan I constantly ask my friends to support Ho had a fraudulant nomination pledged himself in his public announco mentinlbo Nkwj to abide by tho action of tho Democratic party I cannot understand how ho could have been defrauded out of the nomina- Â¬ tion when his name was never submit- Â¬ ted to the nominating convention If there was any fraud Mr Cashinan is the man to complain not Mr Henderson as Mr Coshman was tho only contend- Â¬ ing man pgiinst Mr Minor aud only lost the nomination by two votes Yet Sir Cashnian stands devotedly by his party and its nominees Like the man lie Is and always has been he now stands high in tho lino of promotion by his party While bolters if any by bo do- l Dg dig their political graves and become Outcasts and forfeit their good stauding In their party Now where shall I look for mv old friend Milton Board Jr who has been a wheel horse and an old Boldier in just Buch conventions as we have lately had and many a time nominated and always recorded it an honor he certainly will be found in the front of the battle as of Â¬ Â¬ 105 25 XRQAT 50 ViiJiULBL TITUr JHTUPTi ADOUIiUlttbl UUAnaniiCiUtTrBerrrrlporirrlpelntraiiierairiiilBrlrriiilt pit and booklet trtt id STFItllVO IIKJUIIV to flilfastu Montreal ranorSirTork V ATTAR jjjnanTfJar4llr ALL DRUGGISTS iiriirBHlTPl inrcMeorconatlpitlon Mnl Ijiis ire Casearrts tlie Sim in dlspdide vftth ciinlnd servldt Twd shearers whd havo bebii blddeh a day br two befdrej put in an appear Â¬ ance nlbut 7 oclock each provided with two or threo pairs of sheep shears an old pair for trllhtnlnR and ono nbw pair at least fdr shearing I he shears a to about a foot Idug Without rivets rach blade a sharp trlnnglo of stems that constituto the handle or grip and below that Is the en scent shaped steel spring which w hen the shears aro in operation comes tinder the shearera wrist Eomo shear on benches others on cushions Tho work Is of a class that apparently delles the Inroads of machinery except tho pecul- Â¬ iarly shaped shcarp riCKiKO OUT THE VICTIMS SPMdlleixJ Which mccUIn tlnwlln Own Jnnc2 lo nml July i 1897 If you Caiilllinrcinl niimr It will pay yoii tJ wriii tntn and nmlcliuentoiuit you Mention Course wane I SVfile now a thorourh mnvL AND TUfTION Iv6ryihln4 l8 which brgin JuneS iSn Allourttu ilcntt will iia th of unending Ilia KUf nldied for llio Special Sumnif rTcfra wc KENTUCKY STATE TEACHERS inl ASSOCIATION cinitiiv liettfr ecluratlonpr pire younelf for teaching gf la better cartlflrale or to like ill tmphiiispnt on tie Main TclirllT i ntirn Ynn can rnter now iiiiiis Smite n Normal SlIi olanJ llol njr f ret n IlinmcM Collge Howling Irecn Ky Julm Uroriri Ancestor Brown of Ossa watoniio had a nnnow ecapo of not be ing born for Winslow tells how his Mayflower ancestor Peter Browne tho curpentrr with John Goodman wan Â¬ dered off in tho Plymouth woods ono Â¬ FOR SALE lftalen soon rne CHEAP ii It teems that John A GREAT CURSE PROTECTION PAMPERS AND VATES INDUSTRIES AND BAUCHES POLITICS ENER- Â¬ DE- Â¬ THE SHEEP SHEARING TIME A tho Wliolo Rjratcm Severely Armlgiicd by lraukllri rierco With lrco Itaw Ma- Â¬ terial Our Machlno Mndo flooit Would Soon Capture tho World -- Inrrcnuliic Colt Happy Decision for tho Flock Owners and a Busy one For Tholr Wives of Government nll I But oh where shall I look for Little Milt who took an active part in work Â¬ ing up the convention The young man was honored by the Democrats as nevor before ho was appointed both as a com- Â¬ mitteeman and secretary to act for and with the raryi is fidelity was unquestioned There was tho biggest surprise of all to think this samo young man something like a month after the nomi Â¬ nations were made published in the News the astounding fact that he and a great many Democrats would not support the ticket and would organize to defeat It Now Littlo Milt I want to ask you in all seriousness where does jour grievance come in You wore not a candidate but was honred by the party it now seems far beyond your Moreover jou havo fneritoriousnesa 1 thrown away all prospects for future promotion in the party Milt I want you to come back If you t dont doit lam going to tell tho old Hian to glvo you a good spanking and tell you you must not cast unjust re- Â¬ flections upon a convention that you took an active part in and just such a convention as has many times itonored the old man All of tin nominees aro good men if thoy aro not it is because It is a we could not find any better generally admitted fact that there is not a better qualified man in the county than W E Minor for any county oTOco In conclusion I want to say to my Djm ocratlc friends that If you staud back or backslide whichever you may call it and if this ticket is defeased just that cer- Â¬ tain you dig the grave ior the Democrat Â¬ ic party in Breckenridge county For it SPjw certain as life and death that the Peoples party will never again unite with or vote for any straightout Donio wat for any office If the united pledges thai were mado ant faithfully carrjed out I believe tho ticket will win T S FltYMlBE JVeaoa Ky May 15 1807 Â¬ Â¬ Some for ton soma for twenty and etae for thirty years have suffered from Um and then have been quickly and pMiaaaently cured by using De Witts remedy for Witch Haxal Halve tho p4l4 awl all forma of skin diseases Bliort fc Hayues gat Tha Juvenllo Witness Tb lata Mr Isaao Butt Q G M P was fond of relating two answers rhkn Jm kiwi self heard uiven to the lata Okltf Justice Lefroy lord chief of Jttlatid by children In tho instance a littlo boy whoso tcstlbt vu of Importance In a caw of lot between Protestants and Catholics rot asked what wwM happen to him When I ho did not tell the truth lu sir was the reply I should go On a similar llittf th CnthoMwS gq i - pastioit lietDg vnManu luteuigtut lit- girl die in lift after l paucf J ppuM i tfhiiuM not got my enptuwf Wvatiirt0t r Usxtttc Will Moon Tho principal speaker at tho annual dinner tf the Now England Frco Trado league held on May 8 was Mr Frank Â¬ lin Picico of New York Ho handled his subject without glovos Ho said iu part as follows Not only nru tho fnrmcrs beginning to appreciate tho truth that protection robs them and their families but our manufacturers as tho products of their looms exceed tho demand of tho homo market aro undorstauding that n pro tcctivo tariff especially upon their raw material is against their interests The present population of tho world Is about J iOOOOOOOO and only 400 000000 uo machinery nt nil Tho rest do their voik by rudo tools guided by tho hands oud wo tho Ynnkco nation who havo revolutionized the world by our inventions who uso machinery to n grcnter citent thou any other people wo refuxo to nllow tho law material which tlrso 1000000000 of iionma chino usii g pcoplo crcnto to cuter our ports in tsohango for machlno mado products except upon tho payment of excessive- duties whilo tho more intelli Â¬ gent of inir manufacturers aro clamor IitR for fico raw material and saying Givo us frco raw material and wo will conquer tho markets of tho world Instcul of seeking the markets of tho wcrhl employing millions of men now lying idlo mukiug tlio margin of proflis 1ms hut the output several times greater than at present getting thereby a steady market and continued sorvico for our laboring classes our trusts and combinritioin aro hiring their competitors to iIofo their factories and throw tens of thousnuds of laboring men out of employment Wo havo only to get freedom of trade nld wo can capturo tho markets of tho world in many Hues What tho Englishman is to tho German tho American is to tho Englishman and just an tlio German is crying out agaiutt competition with tho machine mado goods and high priced labor of England just so would England cry out against competition with tho machine mado goods and tho high priced labor of America wcro duties upon all raw materials removed Yib Americans walk faster talk faster woik faster do everything fastÂ¬ er than any other pcoplo on tho faco of tho earth A pcoplo of tho greatest natural vigor and tho greatest entcr priso iu tho world we havo pampered our lifo and cmasoulatcd our strength and I aigcly impaired tho virility of our national lifo by a protective tariff Mauliuess asserts its mastery in the samo way in manufacturing as it does iu ovcry walk of life Tho men in professions who ask no favors but get out upon tho dusty nrona nnd tight for a lead aro the men who gain strength by every effort Givo us 10 years of free trade nud wo would capturo from Eng land one fourth of her vast trade Givo us SO years of frco trado and wo will lead tho world as exporters The protcctivo system has debauch ed public men and corrupted publio life Givo any body of men howovcr pure tho power to tako 100000 000 from tho pockets of tho millions and tow men transfer It to tho pockets of through an net of legislation and you havo created n corrupting power which will destroy tho virtue nijd tho patriot- Â¬ ism of that body of men Wo shnll nover got rid of tlio evils which I havo described until ovcry dollar raised by taxation is paid into the untional treasury until wo stop entire- Â¬ ly this practice of allowing tho right of government to tax property to bo used for tho purposo of allowing tho manu Â¬ facturer to prohibit importations form trusts and 10b our pcoplo of hundreds of millions of dollars each year Tho remedy is in direct taxation Every man has n right to know oxactly what ho pays toward tho expenses of government and direct taxation is tho only means of stopping tho lavish ox pcuditnro of pnblia mouoy For a period of ten years between 1701 and 1800 inclusivo with n tariff of 8J per cent npon foroign imports nnd at tho very time when wo were go Â¬ ing to tho great expeuso of establishing our government tho cost of government was only 1808 per capita for tho ton years From 18S1 to 1800 inclusivo un Â¬ der n tariff for jevonuo only tho cost of government was only 3188 per capita for tho ten years From 1871 to 1880 inclusivo tho actual runuiug expenses of government had rlseu to 111041 por capita mora than six times tho amount required uudorn tariff for rovcuuo only nud during tho last ten years tho cost of government has been increasing As a nation wo cnu stand this lavish expeudituto of tho peoples mouoy hut wo can never stand tho luxuries tho iniquities tho lack of patriotism which great wealth quickly acquired is lure to bring Wo can bo robbed by a protective tariff aud still livo but when tho rob Â¬ ber takes tho raonoy and buys speoial legislation and turns it over to cam Â¬ paign committees to buy votes with tho very lifo of froo government Is as- Â¬ sailed Nations do not go down to death in tho momentous sweep of battle Thoy rather dio from tho poison which the lobbyist aud tho vote buyer infuse into tho body politic Tho mad riot of protection will oou fee over Tho evidences of tboxevolntlon which shall destroy it are upon every IU growth Iim been an evidence bund of what Ml interest and audacity and effrontery can accomplish ai egaiurt the aeopla not united by any bauds tart tnoae of tbw public welfare Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mad Protection Itlot Do Over HOW THE TASK IS CARRIED OUT Ono of Work That Defies Labor Saving Machinery Sport of tho Shoarors Kind Tho Soason For Political Visitors To Call on The Farmers From Tle New York Time The warm dajs of tho past week or two havo been with the firmers of tbo Northern States the sheep shearing time Among tlock owners it is a particularly happy though a busy season for sjiortly they look to receive tho reward of a vast amount of labor expended in feeding nnd sheltering tho sheep and to many of them indeed the money received from tho sale of tho annual wool clip is the principal royenuo depended upon to pay the interest on tho mortgage or to lay by In stocking savings banks for the proverbial rainy day Sheop shearing time is therefore a sort of festal occasion and there is reason to believe that it has been so for ages even us long ago as 3000 years from an episode narrated most graphically In the book of Samuel David not yet King of Isreal but t ho head of a band of refugees aud adventurers sends to a wealthy tribesman at the shearing season de Â¬ manding tribute Ho knows that the rich man will then havo a great store of eatables and drinkables provided and he gives such an elcqueut hint that it re Â¬ sults in his receiving a liberal share Justus in the old days tho tables of the flock owner of to day must be liber- Â¬ ally provided and upon the women of the household falls the heavy burdeii of preparation It is the first event of the year barring a raising or a funeral that partakes of tho quality of neighbor- Â¬ ing Tho sheep shearing hands are hired indeed but they aro drawn from the homo community right near nil true neighbors not of tho wandering class of laborers and there is much baking of pies and cakes and opening of canned fruits and cooking of mtats for shearing is hard work and it makes a hungry set of tho men Among tho farmers of tho Central West where tho traditions of the soil aro still observed more regard is paid to tho elements and the face of nature than to tho calendar in laying out their work When the white oak leaves aro tho size of a cqulrrels ear say the wiseacres it is the season for corn planting to begin About this time also tho farmer lads shed boots and stockings and put their feet out to pasture and schoolboys per- Â¬ sistently play hookey to go fishing in the brooks with bent pins for hooks and wriggling pink worms for bait When the corn has been dropped nnd covered tho flock already beginning to pant and coolest shadows during the mid seek dle of the warm dayo next receives the farmers attention Washing is the that oporation With tho sheop running to haystacks or lying ing in barns fleeces have become quite dirty and tho hay seeds and filth that is soluble must be removed Many of the btst fUece growers too aeirete a sort of yellow gummy grcaso or yelk in the wool that injures its appearance andean well be dlrpensed with The methods of weshing aro various Where convenient the farmer often builds a small dam across a brook on his own place and taking tho sheep ono at a time scours and rubs the fleeco roughly for one to three minutes under a spout of water In this tho operator of course becomes as wet as the sheep aud as ho is under the spout for hours the opera- Â¬ tion is really most severe on the tanner Another method moro comfortable but less t fllciont and rather slovenly in fact Is to swim the flock two or three at a timo for twenty or thirty feet up a shal- Â¬ low stream lakicg pains to see that each one is completely dipped and that none drowns The sheep walk away fleece soaked and dripping for hours and seek the top of a hill to lie down and dry in the sun After the washing several sun Â¬ ny days usually a week or two are need Â¬ ed to let the grease rise again In the fhece Then the ll ick Is ready for shear Â¬ ing If the woathcr happens to bo threat Â¬ ening on the eve of ehtarlng day the But ordinarily flick may be houesd the sheop aro brought In froua the Maid in the early morning a Hit the dew still A shepherd dog may be on the fl wee uaed la driving but at tbe jxwwat day the Uaiued xoycra are rather few and have suffered ao mnob ifooi flookmaaU beep do that Maey are Inclined to Â¬ EjcIi shearer makes his own choice begins and with it a constant conyersatlon gossip of tlio neighborhood stories and j eta upon ono another Tne flock owner very likely is inclined to talk tariff if ho can find any one to discuss tho subject with him The bands are not so much interested in tho duty on foreign wools as in the 0 8 or 10 cents a fleece they expect to get for shearing Usually in a a flock there aro one or two sheop from which a patch of wool of a bands Bare breadth or so has dropped off bellies they aro called and tho man who happens to get one of these is gen- Â¬ erally inordinately proud of his luck while the other shearers chaff him and ac- Â¬ cuse him of going down on hands and In every knees to select his victim fhek llkews there is one sheep the worst of the lot for shearing wrinkled or with a gummy fleece or perhaps with wide curly horns that make him an un- Â¬ pleasant subject to tackle He is known as tho rodney and there Is ever to ward tho timo when the pen grows empty no little malingering to avoid getting this undesirable victim and to be the first to get choice from the next section of tho flck to onter the pen Some of the wrinkly sheep thero aro breeds whero the main object is to pro- Â¬ duce tho largest and heaviest folds of skin from neck to tail are cruelly cut under the shears losing scores of bits of hide and being turned out mottled in red and white The shearer who is guilty of this is rallied for taking the pelt with the fleece and if flies are bad he may be re- Â¬ quired to be surgeon for his victim and daub tar on the wounds he has made Young beginners at shearing are naturally the worst at cutting and usually there Isa brgnncr on every floor Tho subjsctof a beginner always kicks moro than ono under an experienced hand It seems to kick almost inccsintly or tho youth besides cutting it knows not how to hold it in a comfortable position Once in a while it mausges to kick the shears aud send them flying across the shearing ibor which adds the element of danger to the sport for tho rest The first time the shears fly brings admon- Â¬ ition a second sharp instruction and a third oflense unless by special favor means the giving up of the shears to moro experienced hands Tho cusom of large sheop owners is to bring to the pen by tho shearing room only as many sheep at one time as will serye for a fort noons oi afternoons work One fbek after another is brought in from day to day and toward the end tlio owis followed by young latnbs The piteous bleatings of tho lambs soparated from their mothers are pathetic to note and when the ewe is turned out shorn and white to And her offspring the lamb at first is unable to recogniz3 her by sight By ear however It soon finds its dam aud follows sorely perplexed by her changed appearance from the flock and work Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ day in January way 1021 and lost their deer and wcro out all night healing tlio lions roar nud al most freezing tholr feet Finally It pleased God from n high hill thoy ills Si quish and Clarks islnnd In coveicd tho bay mid K got back to tho ramie vous as Winslow terms tlio fort on Burial hill faint with travel aud waut of victuals aud almost famished with cold Had they nover como in Kansas might 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and to be purely vegetable They do not weaken by their action but by giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly Invigorate the sj stern Regular bIzo 23c per bottle Sold by A 11 Fisher Â¬ BEST TRAINS TO Druggist Umbrellas An umbrella dealer cautious against tho double uso for sun and rain of a rain umbrella Silk wears ho says as long as its oil lasts then it splits nnd cracks aud is gouo Tho sun dries out tho oil heuco its harm A folding um- Â¬ brella is to bo found at somo of tho shops which will pack in nn ordinary 14 inch satchel Now York Post Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Otali Washington Omaha t Paul Nebraska WL DOUGLAS For II yenrs this shoo by merit nlone lins dlntanced nil competitors W Ia Uoiulis SI vi 10 and fSM shoes ore the production of skilled workmen from tlio bent material posilblo nt these prices Also and JIO shoes for men tlW flOO nud Slttforhors W la Doiinlns shoes nro Indorsed by over lonouo wearers ns tlio lest In stylo lit and durability of any shoe over offered nt tbo prices They aro mado In nil tbo latest shapes nnd styles and of every vari ety of leather If dealer cannot supply jou wrlto for cata loguo to W Ia Douglas Brockton Mass Sold by lack Hills VIA S3SHOE InthorLI St Louis or Chicago VESTiBULED TRAINS sFERflETEs DR MENDENHATiLS IMPROVED CHILL AND Ml 9tt CDEE SLEEPERS DIKING CARS CHAIR GARS F VI CONSULT TIOKET AOENT OB RUGG TRAV PASSR AQENT SAMUEL SULZER Cloverport Ky ST LOUIS Ma rllisMEsrflr I IHwilU DIHsfl IHB Mi m rl ttlW sV mV Hi Ik t A H BTH in h9 Qi M fl PfefcB JF ftHHHfl fHy a2l BrfB -- M GUAHANTEED TO CURE And Malaria In all Forms Tasteless genuine without the above picture and tho signature of J O Mendenhall CHILLS AND FEVERNono PREPARED ONLY DV Prloo 50 conts at all Doaloro J O EVANSVILLE MENDENIIALL IND HAYNES Sold by SHORT THE FARMERS DUTIES Z T COX Agent - - Ekron Ky Tobacco Warehouse CO W B TATE One man usually the owner devotes his time to rolling the fleece and can take care of tho work of from six to ten shearers Tho excellence of a roller is shown by his ability to make tho fleece bIiow snowy and clean aud stick togeth- Â¬ er well with two loops of cord about it Tho wool is then piled and stored away WINTERSjniTHS CURES ALL ILLS KIDNEYS BLADDER ffllH IN GOLDEN RULE Independent KY THE BACK DIABBTES DROFSr to Â¬ GRAVEL URINflRr carefully In a clean loft and kept under ETC ORGANS ETC Southeast Got of Twelfth Main LOUISVILLE lock and key At least it was until in recent years when the prico has been so Selling Fee Reduced to 150 per hhd and 1 per cent Commission greatly reduced Formerly it comprlsol 35 YEARS SUCCESS large value in comparatively small bulk aud was worthy of a thiefs attention IE1 OWHICT more than almost any other product of WITH lately it has been hardly the farm but worth tho risk of stealing Good Neat Printing Besides tielng tho wool the owner has The to enteitaln numerous visitors Is just as essential to wool buyers are especially numerous lMiuntiivroiis this seaion Sometimes they are about success In business OHAS A bridges Cor Eighth and Main Str6ots speculators in wool for themselves but W G bridges LOUISVILLE KY as your rating with more often they are the agents of come MONTHS STORAGE nny of the mcrchan New York Boston or Philadelphia firm They know just what farmers are partictile agencies Write ularly in need of money and wl nt ones us for prices nnd can afford to wait Some of them with All work samples back taxes or interest due are called up- Â¬ on and the lowest price In the market guaranteed offttred leaving a margin of a cent or two a pound as profit to the agent An Â¬ Breckenridge News other class to be sought out early con Â¬ We fully realize your thoughts when the idea of SXjOSxSXBS sists of farmers whose clips hayo a repuhaving dental work done comes but nevertheless These tation for superior excellence they must have attention and the sooner the better may get the tip top price of the ruling We arc pieparcd to do your work with a guarantee however market The average farmer to give satisfaction nt exceedingly low prices waits a mouth or two sometimes six bo foio selling It is not so unusual for We will be at Irvington on Wednesday and Thursday after the those who aro well fixed financially to fourth Monday of each month It is to your interest to consult us keep their wool crop for years before WILDER Brandenburg Ky HARDIN marketing It Thero is one case on re- Â¬ cord where an Eastern Ohio farmer kept his ilicccs for twenty years till they were almost rulued Deceived by the high prices ruling after the war be thought if lie should keep his wool long enough he would again be able to command 1 a pound for It instead of having to soil It May Co as he eventually did for something like OANNELTON IND one fourth tho price Still another claea of visitors that are to be entortalned comprises tho politic A lans of the district They are well aware I make a specialty of Fine Apple Brandy guaranteed AJAX TABLETS POHITlyELY GUKK of the advantage of the sheep shearing to bo strictly unadulterated I use nothing but sound and ftte pry Xmpotencr 81r bw AbuM yrothw Eimmm anj IndlV seacon in oitchlme numbers of voters to ripe fruit My Brandy is all fermented in tubs not in cement quUMtu and tttriitt entloa Tfcv Mtof LqUViuUl U oldorjoanganj gether and tbe county primaries aro com cisterns so that mean disagreeable flavor is not detected udi bdla Or BsiMTlAS II ftiiy ua delrgate a will be In demand ttttftloa Desirous of introducing my goods will make special pricei ing on when Lava ima TlMMftlT SH on one to four gallon packages The wool growers vote In eoyeral Statee Xt upas 95 goods fa 00 per gallon U maib Iju TtSfuU i gallon f o b All packages securely and 97 goods 175 is of aptcial importance and they are scaled and shipped on short notice catered to as a clais miGrkwm trdl tMit wli IhcMM mWl 1KP 7ll H O KEMEUY CO T Cviv PwMtlnaM Tk Cteeareta OmmLv Oaikania W r tea Vr tosl lu rUMrnar IMXQ O fall weare wniM tmtnMmomj I s5 ees5xs JT PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE C A Bridges Co FOUR FREE Â¬ I Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order Good Â¬ J H Hunsche The TAILOR with Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month Casper 1 MADE ME Â¬ MAN cal Pure jjpple Jrandy pr For Family or Medical Use you wArrT t r kt msc Am Kjrtr M SMITH Andyville Ky Vf i Breckenridge News WEDENSDAY MAY 20 1807 Tunriri In tho shallows of truth for both hands are busy holding closo to tho ear In childish glee empty shells of theory and BOKRNftibaR Mws thrayvy- oloVSirport kv PXOQKAX Of The County L If hair splitting and mental pleasures that shut out the occan llko sounds of human RawMiBg Thought anguish and human aspiration You set beforo your hearers mere husks fit for BY HKMO swino and unfit even for prodigal Copyrighted sons You draw your toplo from every BUILD ROADS ON CREDIT To tub Envious How Ho you belter placo except tho human heart forgetting An Kntlinslitst Ailvocatee lloncllnjr Town youiself by coveting the prosperity of the while that if it wero not for tho hu Â¬ to Construct Ierfcrt Hljtlursii s others Do you not rather let loose In man heart and its yearnings for truth A pamphlet scut out f tho deport Â¬ your heart ravening woIvoh whoso teeth and a guide and a seer there would be ment of agricultnro contain an ex Â¬ are wbotted to tear down thoso who run no pulpit for y ou to All tremely vigorous address in favor of well Many untoward things havo hap good roads which was delivered by pened to you doubtless and you feel A favorite remedy for many of the ills Jndgo Thayer of Clinton la nt a re- Â¬ sick at allures but envy only leads you of this life is Simmons Liver Regulator cent mooting of tho Iowa Bunkers asso- Â¬ Concentration upon tho most popular medicino yet discover- Â¬ ciation In it ho declares that mud on further astray your own affairs ono of tlio ways to suc- ed It is a searching cleanser and by highways annually costs this country in cess is impossible if your malevolent its action frees tho system of all impuri- Â¬ tho destruction of vehicles feed of extra mind spends its strength estimating the ties producing a sound healthy liver draft animals nud delay in getting prod- Â¬ seemingly unfair distribution of worldly It is tho standard household remedy for ucts to innrkot something liko 250 goods The brighter the sunshine tho liver and stomach troubles and has tho 000000 of which sumthostato of Iowa Besides this darker tho shadow and your heart unqualified endorsement of thousands of pays perhaps 8000000 must bo reck- Â¬ says Judgo Thayer thero would almost standstill with dread could our bent citlzins throughout the country oned tho lmmcnso amounts each year you seo the gloom along some of tho ways Having been beforo tho people for many spent or rather thrown awny in mak Â¬ yon think bo bright and happy Tread years its long and honorable careen is a ing and repairing roatta of tho old fash Â¬ serenely once more your own way hold- - sufllcient guarantco of purity and relia- Â¬ ioned kind with no result except tho ing life to be a proving placo of merit bility Simmons Liver Regulator is necessity of doing tho work over ngain tho next spring and at tho end thero shall be peace manufactured by J II Zeilin Co What ho advocates is tho bonding of Philadelphia and is readily distinguish- Â¬ every town to nu amount sufficient to To Bewildered Ones Buffet led by ed by the red Z on each package build scientifically perfect roads wher ill winds with faith shaken by miseries ovcr they nro needed within Its bounda- Â¬ that seem undeserved you sometimes BISHOP POTTER AND MACHINERY ries and connecting with similar high Â¬ are tempted to cry out that life is naught ways of tho adjoining municipalities Bnt every The True Function or the Church and Jndgo Thayer ndmits that when ho ad- Â¬ butchancoand mischance vocates this plan among tho farmers analogy of nature is against you Thero The Destructive Course He HAYNES thoy always express n cautions droad of Sold bv SHORT and with you too everything is con- Â¬ Advises incurring n dobt so largo as ho suggests cluded to be the result of cause and This ho finds most aggravating and ho McKINNEY TEXAS From the New York Sun effect Thero is a reason for all that is Â¬ somowhat To the Editok of The Sun Sin In is moved to givo a fow tho beautiesim happening to you difficult though it of passioned paragraphs on Farmers are badly behind with their may be to discover it Learn from the The Sun of May 4 1 read the account of debt some remarks mado by Bishop Potter scientist In a number of eclences for savagism nud Igno- Â¬ work on account of too much rain Stagnation instance the study of stars or tho study in which the good man intimates that rance ho says nrotlta fruits of trans There is a largo crop of cotton being of life thero is a point reached beyond tho invention of machinery ought to be acting business on tho theory that no Â¬ planted in this county this season which the light of reason falls and all stopped because the workingman is growl- Â¬ body is entitled to tho coufldenco of A destructive hailstorm did great dam anybody Tho business of civilization is becomes impenetrable darkness Tho ing about it Now this sort of foolish- Â¬ transacted on tho credit system Tho ago to growing crops in this and adjoin- Â¬ scientist must choose one of two ways ness regarding machinery is as old as the business of barbarism is transacted on ing counties last week either concludo that the origin of things genius for invention For example any tho no trust plnu Tho 500000000 Tho east fork of the Trinity river has comes by chance or that all is ordered one who has read history knows that peoplo who go in debt havo food to cat when the spinning jenny was invented clothes to wear and nt night n placo to swolen so that great damage has been and directed by a power beyond his ken done to crops In the low land by over- Â¬ Which eeema to you to be tho most in England the workingmen mobbed tho lay their heads Tho BOO000000 who flows machines and destroyed them because do not possess sufficient confidenco in reasonable I need hardly inquire Over 4000 head of cattle have been Then let your reason lead you to the as they alleged this invention would themselves to trust ono another novcr tasted flour or beef go naked and sloop fed at McKinney tho past winter and same conclusion in relation to your own throw thousands of peoplo out of em- Â¬ Activity prosperity and spring The last of them havo just been ployment But to day many thousands out doors problems shipped more are employed in tho manufacturo thrift aro tho fruits of mutual depend enco on ono nuothcr cemented with tho of cloth than in tho days of hand labor legend Near Rock Hill this county largo promiso to pay I To Friendly Souls In ancient and cloth costs but a small fraction of fields of wheat and oats wero entirely When Columbus discovered America Mythology the world was believed to bo what it did them ho found this great continent occupied destroyed by hail last Wednesday nnd held on the shoulder of Atlas This The Bishop says that machinery makes by n raco of beings who wero not only tho ground is now being plowed and pre- Â¬ man of mighty famo has his counterpart tho operator a simplo idiot Would out of debt but who paid no taxes pared for cotton in these latter years and tho fancy of he or tho laboring man wish to revert to Debt has mado America what it is Its Confidenco is restored A F Beaver the ancients docs not seem eo very re- Â¬ tho days of hand labor and pay tho flourishing cities its vast system of sold a bushel of potatoes tho other day mote for I see this grand old age marked railroads its multiplicity of industries greater price for their clothes merely which givo employment to millions of on a credit That means business boys world rolling quietly along and the most that tho laboring classes might have a intelligent artisans its Columbian ox tho good times are coming that tho Resustaining influence in it is friendship greater field for the play of their wita position its woudcrful agricultural publicans promised The unselfishness of those who wish us It would certainly sound very trito if wealth and prosperity could only have well out of pure goodness of heart keeps Criminal Court is just over Four- Â¬ we were to say that machinery had con- Â¬ been brought about by ono man using many a toiler cheerfully in his place teen persons wero senterfced to the pen Â¬ tributed to the advancement of tho race nnothcr mans money and paying some Â¬ Gods vice gerenls on earth n e tho itentiary their time ranging from two to Any one of ordinary sense knows that thing for tho uso of it I canuot imagiuo friends we have When tempted and ninety nine years with several criminal Is tho worlds progress then to be stop Â¬ a moro dismal condition of things on this muudnno sphcro than tho world cases untried They will be tried at the tried even before we turn to God for ped merely because society is slow in out of debt guidance our thought is almost invaria- Â¬ next term of court learning to adapt itself to changed con- Â¬ bly What would dear my friend Tuck Hill formerly of Missouri and a ditions CONCERNING FARM VALUES comrade of Jesse James but now a citi Â¬ You magnanimous ones whose think Again tho Bishop seems to blame ma- Â¬ eyes are blinded to our outer faults but chinery as tho cause of immorality They Aro Lnrcely Determined by tin zen of McKinney has shipped from this keen visioned for the ideals and grand- Â¬ place the past winter and spring about Character of the Itoads among the laboring classes After deeur we are capable of still exert your How much would you givo for n farm 3500 headof yearlings the mest of them scribing tho work of a man whom he power unsparingly The ways are hord located 1000 miles from n railroad a going to Kansas saw in ono of our largo factories ho goes wagon road nnd every other means of and weary stay not the precious influ- Â¬ It may be that some of the readers of No wonder that at night communication with tho rest of the on to say ences that help us to believe in good and tho News would like to know something time ho drank gambled and fought He world in effort and in ourselves had to otherwise he would go mad It is How much would you givo for n farm about our thriving little town Bosh I AVai tho workingman a saint in within four miles of a railroad and tho situated in north Texas is tho county To Ministers Let no man deprive the days of hand labor We never wagon roads for thoso four miles filled seat of Collin county has a population of you of your right to take active part in heard so Nor do we believo it can bo with mud stones sand and trying 0000 five dry goods houses five imple Â¬ our countrys affairs You have the shown that ho is more immoral now than grades ment houses nineteen grocery stores And wouldnt you givo moro for that four saddle and right and the responsibility as well then If we hear more about vice now- Â¬ harness houses four Bear with me for a few lines in order to adays than formerly it is because such farm if tho road to town or to Ecvoral drug stores four hardware stores five market points wero hard and Eniooth see whether wo agree things are kept track of much more close- Â¬ and lovol so that vehicles of all kinds feed stores three livery stables two furThe highest civilization is undoubtedly now than in tho good old times It including bicycles would hnppily con- Â¬ niture stores three hotels and nine res- Â¬ ly that in which thero is the readiest In- Â¬ Is a new discovery of the Bishop that voy many peoplo to and fro and so you taurants threo meat markets six terchange of advantages and opportuni- Â¬ drinking and gambling are preventives could market tho farm produco quickly churches four schools four cotton gins ties among the members of the nation of madness and are diametrically oppos Â¬ and cheaply an oil mill comprecs ice factory electric Tho value of n farm depends almost light plant elevator flour mill two grist We not only boast of a high civilization ed to tho experience of tho race the wholly on tho railroads nnd wagon roads but we even dare to call ourselves teachings of the church about it Good roads aro worth more to mills two railroads threo newspapers Christian What is Christian civiliza The Bishop goes on to say that the tho farmer than to any ono clso Tho and fifteen saloons tion The reply must be made that employer of to day maltreats his em- Â¬ moro easily quickly and pleasantly ho civilization in order to be Christian in ployees is constantly on the lookout for can got to nnd from his farm tho moro Bucklena Arnica Salve any sense must be one that as far as machinery to do the work and that the it is worth nu aero Thk Best Salve in the world for Cuts potsible from tho highest to tho lowest church is henceforth to be put out Tho distanco to market depends on Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt by Rheum Fe- Â¬ is actuated by Christian principles If him on the side of the laborer Now it tho character of tho road L A W ver Spres Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ Bullotiu this be true then there is as yet very is a fact very much to be regretted blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions that little danger of us going too far in such many perhaps the majority of employ Bad Iloade Aro Expensive nnd postively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ a direction In fact a glanco over our ers are far from being Bad roads mud ruts and irregulari Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect what they ought political life up to this time and a con to be There is a great deal of selfish- Â¬ ties nro oxpensivo things An old farmer satisfaction or money refunded Price used to say that ruts and freezing and Bideration of tho motives that prompt ness still remaining in the world But it thawing cost him n new wagon overy 25 cents per box Fob Sale by A R many men into it is quito sufficient rea is just thero that tho work of the church flvo years Very fow peoplo rcallzo what Fisher Bon for our not yet even approximating should como in not in taking sides and rough roads cost them Of courso it is the Christian standard It must be inciting class against class but in striving only a bolt today n tiro tomorrow a borne in mind that any further introduc to teach tho employer the lesson Inas-Â¬ wheel sprung next week or an axlo tion of Christian principles into politics much as ye do it unto one of the least of warped out of shapo at soma othor time and business will never bo made by these My brethren ye do bnt theso things como sometimes over Â¬ it unto Me those who oppose such principles The and in preaching to shingles on a roof Thoy lapping JS 1887 LOUISVILLK KY M the employee at the aro put liko to wear nnd tear and in a down only hope that a gradual bettering of same time Shippers should mark all pseksges plainly the doctrine that godliness way accepted ns tho inovitablo simply conditions and a gradual moving of civil- Â¬ with contentment is great gain Both because roads havo always been bad and with shippers nsme and pcst oQc address isation forward to tho humanity and sides ueed to learn the Golden Rule and ono scarcely has n right to expect any Â¬ BUTTER brotherly kindness that ought to charac- Â¬ the church 10 thing oko But tho differenco in tho Chotee country should be the teacher terize it has to be found in the active 7 Medium 9 If tho church does this she will proyo lasting qualities of a wagon on n thor Â¬ Creamery - 12 Q IS participation in all affaire of life by those herself tho true friend of tho laboring oughly good road and nu extremely bad zaas who are the leaders of men along moral man and 8Ji the benefactress of the race ono would surpriso tho owner of such a fresh to keep track of heights Tho fact that our spirits take But if by KEATIIEKS tho Bishops words wo are to vehiclo wero ho ablo two conditions 31 Prime white goote- tho exact figures in tho v on a certian form of belief in relation to understand that the church is hence- Â¬ 20 11 Mixed Now York Ledger the future life does not in any way free forth to join the workingman 28 g SO Old in fighting 00 35 No 1 daok us from responsibility here We still his employer and in opposing the inven- Â¬ Another Accldept POULTRY need food and raiment we still need tion of machinery the Railway Clerk Another accident on liens per lb 5 church will de Â¬ l money for the comforU of life ond they stroy Spring Chickens per dos ls 20 her own usefulness and will go tho road today dr 8 Ducks per lb t are still obtainable only by toll That down in tho universal Manager That so What now crash that must 100 Clerk Man dislocated his neck try- - Gleeie per dos POTATOES toll still remains hampered by the social surely follow the senseless arraying of ing to read our new timetable New Iriib per barrel OS 60 conditions of the day in which we live u the masses against the classes S 00 York Journal New La 2 60 and thoso conditions must necessarily Behlin Md May 5 Cu Common Sense 7S Bweet potatoes per bbl remain bard and objectionable so long From store 2 to ft cti hlgbtr Cain For the Taxpayers i i as they are solely brought about by Q With tho convicts on tho roads it is Nary Scans per buihel Pine Weather Calendar ROOTS thoso who are prompted by selfish moÂ¬ thought tho highways will soon bo The News has received a Cardul ainieng U0 2 7 tives Lot your light so shine beforo Weather Chart transformed into beautiful boulevards Senlca Snake 21 and Calendar for 1807 and stato roads will bo mado to r inK that tho men in all the ways of life that in their from tho lz w is Chattanooga Medicine Co compare favorably with any To tho Yellow 21 reaching after higher life they may not manufacturers of McEIreea Wine of taxpayer tho road convict law would Wild Ginger S stumble and fall over material conditions Cardul ft Lady Slipper and Thedforda Black Draught mean a largo gain Under tho present May Apple 2 that you could better Hunger and This is ono of the 2K best calendars ever system it is charged tho taxpayer is Blood 2K Uiriftlessneas and oppression are remo- Â¬ published It consists twelve sheets burdened not only with tho cxpenso of vable enemies to the faith you preach of paper 13x20 inches of size all fasten Â¬ prison maintenance but ho is also Timothy per FIELD SKIDS 13S kaihel in Study them and wrestle with them that ed together with 4 SO a gilt tin atrip and a mulcted in good round sums for road Clover per baihsl bushel 3 SO Crimson Clover per Improvements New York World straight paths may be made for feeble braes loop hanger Each sheet contains 60 Red Top pel buihel feet 1 SO Orchard Urass per buihel the calendar for one month In large 1 40 Slue Gran fancy per buihel figures that can be read across any room Jjlue Qrasc extra per buibel To BtLr Stsmaa Fsnciicu s It Is Under the figures patent 2 SO Onloa Bete Yellow per bushel weather signals forbidden to apeak lightly of the Lords Indicating Prof DeVoes Weather White 3M Fore Â¬ la caused by torpid liver which prevents diges Â¬ HIB10 Moisted Tbbdol not for the Lord casts for every day in the year appear tion and permits food to ferment and putrlf y In VH 7 kM BoUilag to do with the spurious oil The moons changes and legal holidays the stomach Then follow dltzJeeaf beufacfce VfMf MtlteMMeteeta ffteef l7i IB iffy DaVKa fOj4fteeett l de tra tor mm and comfort that sets are also shown The calendar is valua J 31 tB 14 MnJ SMlMeseetaaate 3 0M HWjl MMHtSf HH lyltll MMIIHIttS mm w you above the turee too po ble in any home We understand a few WOOI Wu to be kowttt too Matla to etlr this copies of it can be secured by sending 3 B 39 aWSalfa eefV Nfriewji too isexMrieaead to kaow life 10 one cent Oreaae tae IS If poaUgt stamps to tho Chat VAaJj1 tee Mttkllyod too ladoloat to grata tbf taaoooa Medlclae Co Chattanooga IsMsmlna aarvousneM and P aft eafa v flB J ee eft stilt JIWEtaae K --H reUovad bilious fevwr W f 11 opiKtiiniUa ofyow poaitioa y 7at V Tauu II A 14 4 Oo4leeaaeeea Wiy 111 ar Mood posaoojoc Hoods W KUOal VXMOT puff thraofrh life like rhUdraa piaia r aUaudato the stomach for Vittr OeaU flB f mum Um awe cure beadaea dlnfneaa eosv TlltVaetetM oa ti aaoda You luvt m band to QaaraaiMd lofauea habit Make weak sjfiailiaeto 9S eauU sWM by all iliuwto JMNW4IisMtNt V Mm MSttaatS jDkkmpum tataL AUarau i for Uiom who floandor and expire I to take tta lioudt ttMaaiMftllsv aKCssMMMT DM only W p sW i MI0UI a P NTY W1M1K 4WSIv vi Sunday School Convention to be held at Bewley Tills Jane 16 Â¬ NERVB ORE GREGORY 11 CO KEITIMKY aHrf r Great RESTORER Dnntornn narfeet health vlorttml rnanhoodAijil ro- moves all obsta Â¬ - rim Wharfmaslers Sleamfcoit AfMh CLOVERPORT Local Agents oo ir lo to 945 1015 ttesponte m Derottonal Exercises Welcome Ad Jreta Mni Floteoci Cain fjC K Iter E N Mctcall Muiic ji Minutes of the list convention and reports from the rarlotit schools Â¬ SSt- V HtuUur fcJ II jo Irajer Serrc II 40 Quartette I p m The telcher ai a tcul winner Miss Sallle Itlchardson Mils Nora Henderson iso Solo How to hold jrcung people In the Sun Â¬ 1 30 O W Ucird day School a p nu Punctuality its value and how secur Â¬ ed Iter Walton ijo The churches opportunity In the Sunday School It evIorrrst Smith s 40 Character building in the Sunday School Miss Lena Drury sjo Muiic What cm be done to Increase the 3p m Sunday School work in tho county Robt McGuffin 315 iHotr to Increase the Interest of pupils In the lessons Ilev S K Kelly 3 30 Appeal Tor Evergreen Schools vfcp lcas pntlrn nemitia system and stops all vltnl io mm Rn moves effects of ibo Bins of youth and ex cnsscn of later year of dissipation and ro palm all wasto places Curos Insomnia nnd lestorM refreshing sleep Cures Im- nnd restores cles to rajirriiRQRostorou iho Homestead Fertilizer Company Standard Dealers In Doom Bash Ullmlfl Yellow 1ino Floor SIJ kfrj Homovosaiionect1 diseases anu restores development to all parts of the body NERVE LIFE is the only purely aclentiflo treatment nnd nffcrda relief flora It removes tie cause Uje first days uso and assists onture to effect a euro Cure3 guaranteed Special discount to pbjJlclaus Our new treatise on Nervous Diseases Manhood Its Lom and Recovery mailed free In plain sealed wrapper for two 2 cent slumps MeUlon this paper Snd Si or Trial Treatment and be Coavlccci NEnVE llFE MEDICAL CO CALAUAZOO MICH Curon till vital power oil wallng lug and Celling Weathor Boarding Shingles Salt Li mo Ccraont Plastering Laths Plaster Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for BHlllf aaa Dulldlng Material Wheel Tobacco Go INCOItPO RATED CDPayne 345 Duties ofa Superintendent 4 Election cf delegates V G Dadbagi Pres Datc Hkkndon Secy TIJollr BANK EAEDrtTSBURG Â¬ Covington Kv April 12 1897 Wo or havo taken Hoods Sarsaparllla In our family for some time since It cured my mother of kidney trouble and dyspepsia My daughter has also been cured of pimples and sores by taking Hoods O F BEARD Freildent Sarsaparllla and Hoods Pills I believe WILL MILLER Vlee Preildeat there is no medicine equal to Hoods M H BKARD CaiMer Sarsaparllla as a blood purifier and we cheerfully recommend it Jcsaph Hepp Q W BEARD 1 -- Director 801 Orescent Avo MORRIS ESKKIDQE r R M JOLLY Ship your loliacco to tho Wheel Tobac- Â¬ co Co tho only tobacco Arm that is co-Â¬ operative Every ono who ships us five hogsheads becomes n member of company and Bbares in all future prof Dont bo fooled by agents false promises robatcs and big prices Wo charge lees than over boforo our regular fees have been reduced from fifty cents to ono dol- Â¬ lar per hogshead to suit tho low prices now being paid You will get the beet attention every hogshead is handled with tho greatest caro and no rejection unless actually noceesary We will re Â¬ mit by check or registered letter Office and sales room South east cornerof Mala and 12th streets Louisville Ky Mark your hogsheads Hoods Fills are tire favorlto family cathartic Easy to take gentle mild 25c WHEEL TOBAOOO CO LOUISVILLE KY INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS WMBIUJOESecy Two New Passenger Trains We congratulate MrHOMordtieQen ornl Passenger Agent and tho manage Â¬ ment of the Texas on their successful N which will secure deal with the L Rockport Saw Works Repairs Saws of All Kinds Â¬ to their road and tho public a through passenger service to fit Louis The through trains will stop only at Irvington Cloverport and Owensboro and gives us an early morning train to Louisville which will pass here about 5 oclock giving passengers from this city all day in Louisville There will be no material change in the time of tho local trains only the evening train which now leaves Louisville at 030 will leave about 5 oclock arriving here at 8 Chill tonic containing arssnic make children look fat its not flesh Arsenic pulls them up and ruins tho bone Its dangerous It should only be given by the directions of a physician Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic contains no arsenic It contains no kind of poison It cures chills permanently It mates stout sound bone and rich red blood Hay flesh vigor and vitality Short nes Smart Pupil Teacher Onn you tell me in what year Cajsar invuded Britain Pnpil Yesm Teacher What year was it Pupil Yon cant expect mo to an Â¬ swer two questions in succession That question belongs to tho next in tho class Boston Transcript Particular attention given to repairing large Circular Saws Hammering and Straightening a Spdclalty Every Saw tested by steam beforo it leaves tho shop Every Saw warranted Workmanship tho very best Prices lower than any Bhop in America Mark your name on Saws and send a letter of advico as to repairs wanted THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS ROCKPORT IND 2M2VPCR0Ar RATES The mottentr llg located Hotel In Uu city Â¬ j J JOHNSON AfANAfelH J JOUISVILLE Ky mm ETC BOOK EESPINff SHOST HAND TELEQBAPHY Â¬ Â¬ Is your health Tour happiness la your strength Keep the Head nnd Throat clear and healthy and your mind and tirnlnUalwayirel and ease CUttllHANt MENT1IOI 1MIAIKK Is the Kmauitt relief to mankind In all head troubles OUKFM COI1I8 HOKE TJIKOAT CA TAKK1I That awful odor or Catarrh disÂ¬ appears by Its uro Wonderful In liar rererand Asthma tTBUY ONLY CIVSIIMANB By It Mall YOUR FORTUNE U Who desires to hotter his or her condition in life should write for tho Cataloguo of tho W4 4 St L PENMANSHIP Â¬ ccsiuii ya ctat 10 for Hk M mil tsa4 mcusits InUiltr ituixi co iid II at DrartUu for BRYANT sa fra No 400 THIRD STUEET LOUISVILLE STRATTON Jrggg KY OOEEEOTED TIME TABLES L ii h Fordsvlfle Branch B O S i-j-sj- s W EY TIME TABLE No 9 TAKING I EFFECT opiice 22 1805 DEO WcstBound Trains East Bound Train Dally Dally Dllw 5Hly ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun Wo5 No 1 No 2 No 1110am Ly Irvncton Ar 9 20am 11 60 8 10 Garfield 12 05pm 7 60 llarned 12 12 12 J2 12 35 Trains leave Louis villo as follows BV rr-ii-- O S W HAILWAY Ciaclonatl and til St Louis and Iho West i No 10 1268 110 128 135 165 Hardlnaburtr Junction Kirk Jolly arFalliltoiighlv Dempster A skins Oaks Mitchell Glcndeane Dempster Junction 7 40 7 30 7 15 7 00 6 60 6 80 1 -i L Columbus Ar T Ar nttsbure i Kiuiisi0n tllNlliUHl Ar IhuaJalphU Ar New York -- 1115am b ajpm U434U No 16 -- jjdlll No A U UJJi 11 ospn 7 15am imh SOam rr 050am It T 10 15am 3 LoulsvlllejHendersonSt Louis RyCo 2 20 230 264 309 320 ILTO - TIME SCHEDULE TaklHg- Effect Ai 61OO 3 2 42 Itockvalc ltuth 620 600 537 627 5 16 5 08 4 60 3 40nm ArInrttilTv 4fam Comfort 441 has elefrant Pullman UulTet Iarloi w u k uiviuuaii anu urawigz room aierper an dining cars Clncinnvtt to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Tran No 18 has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawlnir roont and dinlaf can umcinnaii 10 new vorK without cnange Train No 30 has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers 16 Nraln No uivi u jonn oopm loaia I UJM 3 40 pm S55Pn 9 op oclck A U Sundji See 27 1890 Safoty St Louis Springfield an the West Ar at Iouis Lv Louisville sjjam 813am jKW 640pm is jenu 7 isa Ar Springfield 8 40pm 93 N orlh Ycrnon accomodation leaves at 7 11 a ft daily tChflrlaitlAivn arAmmitJAil ia n HI A except Sun3ay TniuiNosi6 30 and 44 have elegant daycoadu I MU 91111 teaiueuM lMW CHr J Ql JUUUe Wut Bound Train 43 Jtait Bound Train Mall A Dally Expra Kxprs Pally SIS 7 25 7 28 6 30pm Mall A STATIONS Biprs Ezpr Dally 7 63pa 7 04 Louisville and Evansvills Dally JOOam 813 45 8 48 0 02 SOS WUan ptar IliSpm Kentucky St USO Westlolnt UCSam Howard Willowdale Rock Haven LonrBranch flrandtnburt Inrlngton Webster Pierce Sample Slephensport Addison Kkroo Guston 1162 1143 1137 USO 1123 713 Paoket Line Fait Mtll Line Between 8 24 7S7 7 4i 760 769 808 816 8M 71 663 641 6S3 626 618 610 6 67 6 47 832 840 847 8 62 9 04 9 07 8 83 9 41 9 48 10 10 S16 925 Louisville and Evansville STEAMERS is sj From Hast 7 as TRAINS AUltrVE a m bi 1115 am 3 so noon 640 p 966 0J IS 1007 900 920 923 933 963 9 45 9 68 MG6 102O 1021 10S5 1038 1049 1069 1107 V Biliousness i w U13 1129 1136 MM M4 1100 11 0A K15 M2 122 119 Sao 1108 Ullpm U16 1169am Owenaboro Sklllman Ha eivllle PcUIe Falcon Lewlsport Waltman Powers Pate Mattlnrlr Stanley CloTerport Shops Holt 1104 1066 1046 1037 1029 1024 1013 1008 1086 113 nil 6 49 E G RAGON P M Ryan Mailer ttf 5 29 6 22 5 28 W A Dlihop Paner From West j it a m is 1 j p m 6 40 p tn City llcltet office southeast comer Fourth asi Main streets Depot Seventh and river For dttad Information regarding rates time connecting lines sleeping parlor dinlcg cars etc dl KSUIIOWN m x1 Ageur 11 1 u 3- - w iii TARASCON D L Pennji Matter 936 918 912 908 866 844 834 613 98 937 988 511 608 48 4 47 444 4 81 I Ctneral T Conner Purser Genera Passenger Agent Cincinnati K CIIBSSBROUGH Isteneer Aptnt Cincinnati O WAHFELAssltant or I OW OW TELL CITY R H Ballard Mailer W B Newbell Farm 6rlli I 8M 8M Hoods IM lS lS 1 4W 18i H 419 4lfl PD STAGGS 11 ilHl 1 OWsaUr Talta Vai iT aa HesuUrii UI ma 4 witbtrelas feTmf from HarJiatWc aT roraUvUle Kraisck iIT aJ 8utey 7 t Sasa it ecuo Stxi to t w ir a4 1 Dally except Satarday between LouIitW and Hew Amsterdam Vretftbt aUf p4 by thll line dellransd naltfc c tbfe by tU will lad tbe tteataera are mar paeeed la equipment aad aceemaoiatlosi Tie beet wHaa ry an ectfiioyed m eeeli be mm U to tbt 0 A beet bokle ButiM eVM 176 and 178 411 A Tmlf eal rewieTHes Vykr Care baeweea Loele OafaJUe nmai K- U that Kortk uat Kail nik ruVT celt OS M add rase Aaeau or Ti -- c udmvvs a o p a Lastinille Ky O J Vixuahj TPA Qwwmm JUj ystniML lMijs a TT 7 r jr THE BREOKBNRIDGB NEWS OLOYERPORT KY Breckenridge WEDEN8DAY MAY News 28 1807 LOCAL BRfcVITIES w u- 11 0 j IA 1- I B- - i m h i i n Duns Rovlow roporla huslncis on an upward tendency Dr J P Klmhley a leading physician of Owensboro is dead Mies Sada Dirk an Owonsboro belle is with Misa Mary Moorman Mr and Mrs Jesse W Owen arrived in the city Sunday evening Tho railroad boys are feeling good tbelr pockets jlngly with lucro E Baker proprietor of tho Lion store at Samplo was in the city Monday John Jennings an insuranco agent of Rockport Ind was in the city yester Â¬ day Samuel Conrad is adding another story to his residence in tho lower part of town 3 Tho strawberry and ice cream supper Jbtrawbcrrles have reached tho low at tho Presbyterian church was a finan- Â¬ figure of 15 cents per gallon in this mar cial success ket Mrs Fletcher Pauley came down from Rouben West Starksof Hardin county attempted suclde by cutting his throat Holt to spend Sunday with relatives and friends with a razor Merchants that use Printers Ink judic-Â¬ Eugene Vest and Fred Fraists spent Sunday pleasantly rusticating at the iously can always be found sending goods out of their store Tar Springs Mr Alvln Simons and Miss Ella May Local wool market burry 10 to 12 clear grease 15 to 18 washed 20 to 23 spent Sunday InCannelton the guests of Miss Etta Polk cents ln trade Mr and Mrs E A Kissam spent a few Clarence Davis of Iryington was In the city Monday tho guest of Mr and days last week with her parents Mr and Mrs E J Bandy Union Star Mrs Eugene Hayncs Mr and Mrs Morris Beard returned to Vie Robertson sild a bunch of Breck Â¬ enridge cattle on the Louisvillo market Hardlnsburg their home Sunday Miss Alliene Murray accompanied them last Saturday at 1 cents When you aro In Hardlnsburg and jjloreman Harrington an old bachelor living near Custer in this county died want a first class shave call on Crit Ham bleton Ho will fix you up in flno style last Thursday He was 50 years old There were 8520 dozen eggs shipped Pure rose comb brown Leghorn and from Garfield during the month of April light Brahma eggs 50 cents and 1 00 per and still Abo Richardson is not happy setting J Scott Vance Cloverport The A O U W lodgo enjoyed a most Ky delightful timo at their lodgo room in The Katie arrived in tho city Mon Â¬ this city lost night Another feast was day evening in charge of paymaster indulged in the second this year O P Bush and Auditor Geo II Lam Hagman lumber men of kin Lawson Hawesvllle passed through town Mon Â¬ Miss Amanda Tinlus of Stephensport day with four teams loaded with baled Is the guest of her sister Mrs Geo Un hay enroute to Kirk where they have sor on Clay street Owonsboro Messen- Â¬ been sawing lumber They have just ger sold 200000 feet of poplar and begin Msj Nellie Beverloy who was the delivering it to Kirk this week guest of Miss Rosa Riedel for a week Through the efforts of Mr James B returned to Henderson Friday her Pace Jr tobaccolst of this city there home has been organized a substantial base James Wheeler and sister Miss Daisy ball team and one that will be hard to of Rome and Miss Kate Weatherholt beat all they need will be more practice of Tobinsport spent Thursday with Mr The boys have the fever bad and the and Mrs Geo Weatherholt outlook is good for a number of exciting Roy Heyser who has been the guest games of Mr Newman Blrk for several days The members of the Murray Post No returned to his home at Cloverport Sat- Â¬ 10 G A R are making every prepara Â¬ urday Osvensboro Messenger tion to have a good time on Saturday An ice cream and Btrawborry social in as Decora- Â¬ May 29 It will be observed Babbages Hall Thursday afternoon and tion day and will take place at Oglesbys Read the ad night for the benefit of tho Baptist par All are invited Bpring sonage All aro cordially invited that appears in this issue and learn full Frrnk Fraize had a very fine Jersey particulars cow to choke to death Saturday night There was a Christian Sunday School from eating grass She died in fifteen oranizjd in the room over Babbages minutes and was fourteen years old W O Allen is the store last Sunday Taylor Babbage of Hardlnsburg came Superintendent assisted by J H Wills down Saturday after his grand mother There was a good attendance for the Mrs Elvira Babbage who returned with first meetlng and the members aro very him to attend the Methodist District much encouraged The hour of meeting Conference is 3 oclock p m Miss Warfield of Cloverport Miss who has been Mary Van Cleave of Lebanon Miss Lutie Moorman and teaching a private school over Babbages Maydee Pusey of Brandenburg are store room for the past four months visiting Misses Roberta and Ilia Richard- Â¬ closed it last Friday Miss Moorman is an son Sundays Courier Journal handsome and attractive Intelligent Thero will bo an old folks gathering young lady who made many friends Friday Juno 4 at Sandy Creek Church while here all of whom will regret to Skillman Ky The occasion will be to see her leave for her home atGlendeane celebrate the centennial birthday of William Doret who works with the Mr James B Ireland All are invited bridge crew on the Texas and who and aro requested to bring any relic sometime ago fell off of a trestle near over fifty years old Sample fracturing his knee cap was Miss Bessie Logan after six weeks stay brought to Gibsons this city his board Â¬ Logan and who ing house for medical aid The fracture with her uncle J II has been assisting him in teaching grew worse and Thursday he was taken school left yesterday morning for hor to the Norton Infirmary for treatment home in Troy Miss Logan is an intel Â¬ The News has just printed for the ligent and handsome young lady and gradnatlng class of the Cloverport High has mado many friends while here School a beautiful program requesting Miss Corneille Ovcrstreet one of Ken- Â¬ their friends to attend the commence- Â¬ tuckys most brilliant performers on the Â¬ ment exercises which takes place Fri piano will give a concert at the Presby- Â¬ day evening May 28 at Elm St M E terian church Friday evening June 4th Â¬ church This will be quite an interest Misa Overstreet is the daughter of the ing entertainment and all are cordially Rev Geo O Overstreet a former pastor invited of the Presbyterian church this place 4fis3 Jennie Mullen oldest daughter and comes highly endorsed by the lead- Â¬ of Mr and Mrs William Mullen will be ing papers of the State married Tuesday ovening Juno 1 to Mr The following fourth class postmasters Edward McAfee at the home of the for Kentucky were appointed Saturday brides parents Rev W B Rutledge U G Bond Cuneyville Grayson coun- Â¬ pastor of the Baptist church will per Â¬ ty J II Baker Clarkson Grayson coun- Â¬ form tho ceremony It will be a quiet and ty j E W Veluzint Horso Cave Hart affair only the immediate relatives county Gertrude Sanders Now Castle frlendfl will be invited Miss Mullen is county J ft Byron Owlngsville deserving and accomplished Henry an excellent Bath county J S Harp Sharpsburg young woman Mr McAfeo is an emBath county R B Carrlco Stlthton ploye of the Texas and is held in high Hardin county Olalrborn Cash Upton esteem by his employers The News county J II Langley Big Cllfty and hopes their Hardin extendi congratulations Grayson county Kyle AdklssonGuston unloa may be one of happiness and pros Â¬ Meade county J D Hamilton McIIenry perity Ohio county J aim Waters Mlllerstown John Ditto of Brandenburg a promis Grayson county Wm Petree Powers ing young man and well known here Station Daviess county who for a number of years represented Preiwer Jc Wellenvoss wholesale hatters General Association of Kentuoky of Louisville but in the past two years Baptists Co has been with Kibn Fellheininr headquarters at De Â¬ The sixtieth session of the General ol Cincinnati with catur III has associated hltmelf with Association of Kentucky Baptists will Gore R Boone who is the invontor of meet in Georgetown Saturday June m umbrella name plate holder This is 10th 1807 at 10 a m The annual ser Â¬ mUL to be the latest Invention oat and mon will be preached by Rev E V a very useful one lor the recovery of lot Baldy of Bowling Green or his alter uttbMlUw Tho Louisville Dispatch of ste Rev A M Sardeman of Trenton uulay ha this to say of the lavettlioa Th ministers Meeting will convene Tlmnnky June 17th at 10 a m out is as THe taUat laveatlo All delegetia to the General Afcsocl bwdU iMwe late holder It I the in VMtioa oX George R Booee who was Btioa who expect to attead the neetlag will eoafor a for loMftsOM with the gfcuukrd OH at Georgeiew next old favor on the JowultfcM or EaUrialn Oofitpaay tad John T Ditto LovjiivilUao who now travele oat oi neat If they will Mod their aawee to UlncinntU for Kahn Fellbeimer A Co the uudndud at lb earlieet powdble Thl novel invention 1 being Buautu day Free entertainment la offered all delegates btiwd by the Boom A Ditto Ifwatactur B Yitaa Obn Com iH Oompnay pj Wnpfl and to bound Georgetown Ky April U V7 to toon awtjrite to si KMÂ¬ Â¬ Taylor HnyncF Brandenburg Is in tho city Silas Pale of Hardlnsburg was in tho city Sunday Miss Rosa Rledel went to Holts Bot Â¬ tom Sunday Judge Wm Ah Hardlnsburg was in town Sundav Mr and Mrs Eugene Haynes went to Sample Sunday Clarence Baker of Hawcsvlllo spent Sunday In the city Alvln Simons and Miss Ella May went to Skillman Sunday John Heston of McDaniels was in the city last Thursday Mr and Mrs L II Schorer of Hawes- Â¬ vllle were in town Saturday Charlie Beard and Jonas Mercer of Hardlnsburg wero in town last week Alex Harthill tobacconist of Louis- Â¬ ville spent Sunday with J B Pace Jr Dr David White and It W Vaughn of Stephensport wore in the city Sun- - EKRON Mrs Dave Henry returned Saturday to West Point Clara Wimp spont Saturday and Sun Â¬ day with Bettio Jones Jlramlo Leo Woolfork loft Saturday for a visit to Louisville Mr Eskridgo returnod Thursday to his homo at Hardlnsburg Mr Eskridgo of Hardlnsburg was hero last week prospecting Wm Brown wife and baby spent Sunday with J P Shacklett Andy Kendall of near Webster was here last week for a short visit Several from hero attended the Dem- Â¬ ocratic meeting at Brandenburg Satur- Â¬ day Messrs Warren Richardson and Dave Henry KnlghU of the Grip wero here last week Mrs Bettio Carlt Richardson and Mrs J P Shacklett were visitors at Sandy Hill Saturday Mrs Mattio Reid who has been visit Â¬ ing her mother left for her homo in Louisville Saturday Hattie Warfield and Beulah Craycroft attended tho Sunday School Convention at Sandy Hill Saturday The scribe was a recipient Saturday of a lovely boquet from Mrs Tom Roberts and such roses They would have to bo seen to appreciate them Among them was a curiosity as near as I can describe it it was a large red rose while the center of It was In the shape of two perfect buds and was quite a beauty IRVINGTON Miss Mollie Lyons is making a short Clminir Exercises Olovflrnort Hirrh School On last Friday the patrons friends and visitors in tho city gathered at tho Cloverport High school to witness the closing exercises for the term 1897 It will long be a memorable day in the minds of the school children and graduates Flowers were in abundance Prof J II Logan who has been principal for four or five years has put forth his energy time and patience to keep the school above the standard and seems that he He is well has been fairly successful liked by all tho patrons and is yery near to the hearts ol his pupils Miss Annie Raltt bos had charge of tho primary de Â¬ partment for ten years or more there to Incorporate the town has The effort more could not bo found anywhere been successful and the following officers competent and devoted teacher to her pu- Â¬ Sandy Hendry have been appointed pils She fully understands the knack Police Judge Joe Bland Marshal A B of starting the young idea on the road to Coleman W E Brown J B Herndon an education The following program O P Vititoe and John Mussslman was the order of the exerclsos Trustees The projectors are to be con- Â¬ Music gratulated for the succcess of the much Salutatory F M DHuy needed act Mary M Jarboe Men of Kentucky The exercises of the Endeavor were of very interesting last Friday evening Tho Battle Lookout Mt Leila Daniel Music Mrs Sandy Hendry was leader and had History of Class Jano Hambleton a very excellently written article on Annie Branenburg Peace When to Seek it and How 7 Prophery of Class Kenneth Ferry Mrs Frank will lead the next meeting J A G Topic That Ye Bear Much Fruit It Music will bo consecration meeting so let all Mannie White the members remember their duty All Characterization Class Poet Fannie S Smith aro cordially Invited to attend Higher Education of Women Our band Is extended In friendship visit at Guston Mrs Nannie Henderson is with rela- Â¬ tives In Louisville Mr Cullom will preach next Sunday morning in tho Baptist church Mr and Mrs J R Wimp and baby Catherine were in Louisville last week Little Miss Cecil Spradlin will have somo young guests from afar jiext week Miss Lily McGlothlan went to Lodl burg Saturday to sse her very sick aunt Grandma McGlothlan is at tho bedside of her sister who is very sick at Lodi burg Mrs Loeb and Miss Wilkerson of Gus- Â¬ ton were guests at Mr Foster Lyons Sunday Mr and Mrs Gardner and little boy Lamar after a pleasant stay in Branden- Â¬ burg are at home Dr E M Bewley and family leave for a visit to Mrs Bewleys father Dr James of Penrod Ky Miss Sallle Henry is engaged as pri- Â¬ vate teacher of music for a private family near Jolly Station Bishop Wilson will stop over night with R M Jolly on his way to District Conference at Hardlnsburg Mrs R M Jolly will entertain her Sunday School class with a few others of tho younger set next Wednesday evening from 7 to 11 oclock Rev W R Cullom of North Carolina is expected this week in Kentucky We hope to greet him among us before he returns to his home in the South A number of our people went over to Sandy Hill to tho Sunday SchoolConven tlon Saturday A good time is reported Sandy Hill is noted for its hospitality Through tho untiring efforts of Mrs A B Coleman and Mrs W E Brown the new carpet for the Methodist church has been purchased and is ready to be laid Rev Forrest Smith pastor of the Bap- Â¬ tist church offered his resignation Sun Â¬ day His flock are loth to give him np and tho community at large will be sor-Â¬ ry to have him leave Demooratio Convention Tho County Democratic Convention of Breckenridgo county met at tho Court House in Hardlnsburg Monday May 2i in pursuance to a call of Chair Â¬ man County Committee In tho absence of tho Chairman Claude Mercer Secretary called tho Con- Â¬ vention to order On motion tho Hon David R Murray was elected Chairman and Jno D Bab Â¬ bage Secretary The Chairman on motion appointed a Commlttco on Credentials consisting of Judge Mercer J EKeith J T FOwen John Cook A W Jones and Lee Walls who reported that all the precincts in tho county wero represented by delegates except Rock Vale Balltownand Mooley vllle which report was received and adopted On motion tho Chair called for nomi- Â¬ nations for Circuit Judge Judge Mercer put in nomination Judgo T R McBcath and Felix Butler nomi- Â¬ nated Judge James Montgomery The nominations of Weod S Ohelf for Commonwealths Attorney and Elijah Ashcraft for State Senator were mado unanimous The following resolutions were adopt Â¬ ed Jlesohrd That the delegates from this Convention bo instructed to cast the vote of this county 3 38ths for James Mont- Â¬ gomery and 35 38ths for T R McBcath and they are further instructed that if before or at the District Convention it is ascertained that the precincts of Rock Vale Balltown and Mooleyvllle have held precinct conventions and have giv- Â¬ en instructions for either candidate then such vote shall bo added to the above vote of such candidato so instructed for and the Secretary of the County Com- Â¬ mittee is directed to ascertain the action if any of said precincts Rooked That we the Democrats of Breckenridge county in convention as- Â¬ sembled do hereby recommend tho Louisvillo Dispatch to tho Democrats and all others who believe in the princi ples enunciated at the Democratic con- Â¬ vention held in Chicago in 1890 Said Dispatch being the only dally Louisvillo paper by which Democratic principles may be spread throughout the State Boohed That if in the District Con Â¬ vention any county is allowed to cast its vote solidly for any candidate when in such county tho opposing candidate had carried any precinct and is not allowed such precincts strength then in that event the delegates are instructed to cast the vote of Breckenridge county solidly and as a unit for T R McBeath for Cir- Â¬ cuit Judge The following is a list of the delegates appointed to attend the District Conven- Â¬ tion to bo held in Hardlnsburg Thursday Delegates D R Murray Dr May 27 J B Frymlre A W Jonee James St Clair N McU Mercer J W Whltwortb John Alexander Jno D Babbage Wil- Â¬ liam Storms Lee Walls R L Mercer Alternates P M Beard Tice Jolly Dr Sam OBryan J A Barry WScott Cart Alf Taylor Forrest Claycomb John E Dyer T J Moore L R Adkisson Joe Mullen On motion the delegates were instruct- Â¬ ed to vote as a unit on all questions The convention then adjourned Tutf s Pills Cure All Liver Ills One box of Tutts Pills will save many dollars in doctors bills Theywillsurcly cure all diseases of the stomach liver or bowels Save Your Money J V M fcX11 H 1 JrgjjSsWsJ DMMTIOS DAY Will as usual call for a lot of Flags Festooning and such like We aro Headquarters for Deco- Â¬ rating Goods of all kinds Oome or send your order to us for them For sick headache dyspepsia No Reckless Assertion TUTTS Liver PILLS malaria constipation and bilio- Â¬ usness a million people endorse ggSsV N Base Ball There is to bo a game of baso ball which if all the arrangements are per- Â¬ fected will come off Tuesday June lat 2 oclock It will be between the fats and leans of this city and tickets will be sod before the gamo comes off The proceeds aro for the benefit of the Pres Â¬ byterian church The players will be in uniform and it promises to be one of tho best games played anywhere this sea- Â¬ son Below we give you the list of play ere and the places where they will play Another Spring Month Dont you need a shirt that wont show dirt at the close tie days work They Will soon be gone was a cold one at that but never mind June will be a hot sizzling one and hot weather wear will bo in great demand Better get it now whilo the picking is best You will want one when Silks Silk- youseeOuiw ollne in the most delight- PARASOLS ful shades and colors white handles with pretty trimmings Got them for little girls too Our assortment now ready for your inspection Little tots will coo and crow when they stick BABY their little chubby feet into a pair of the pretty SHOES little Blioes we are display Â¬ ing this week Mothers bring baby to ouretore and let baby select a pair of shoes If the word SULZERS was printed on eyery hat 8TRAW that we have sold this season HATS in big letters what an outstanding ad- Â¬ vertisement it would bo But the styl Â¬ ish shapes for so few cents is what sets our customers to telling their merits which are bringing us hosts of new pur- Â¬ chasers to the long procession of happy buyers LADIES rxis Alomo Tale Irvln ODrlen S S WatLlns M W Mitchell LT Ilekl Thos McCool Oscar Holder It L Stader S II Adklison CW Fletcher Gus Gibson Extra men Logan Kay Eugene Haynes Umpire for Fats LEANS Pitcher Catcher t Haw d Base 3d Base Short Stop Left Field Center Itlght amino have cuffs attached and de- Â¬ tached tho swellest line of Colored Shirts you over saw If you could peep in the show windows of tho Stobes In Now York you would see the same line we are displaying this week If you have not Been the CO OKING Cooking Crocks you must No come and Bee them more old brass kettles to CROOKS clean when you use them And have you seen the 5 and 10 stewing crocks with lids They are the cutest tricks out for stewing purposes Spring house cleaning has called for a lot of new ar ticlesStraw matting for DECORA- - the floor Lace Curtains and Carpets and we have TI0NS been Belling great stacks of them Every lady knows we have the popular line and we want to fix you up with your spring outfits Come and see our line HOUSE Â¬ James SUllmin lames D Pace Jr Geo Baker Hal Murray R I- Oelzo WS Bowmer Eugene Vest jus Brown James Miller Jetss Weatherholt extra Tom Caley Umpire for Ians - Pitcher Catcher 1st Base ad Bate 3d Base Short Stop Left Field Center 1 light Economical Housekeepers Gus Richardson Should Be Rewarded Mr Gus W Richardson of Meade county who is a candidate for the Dem- Â¬ ocratic nomination for Clerk of the Court of Appeals is one of tho most zealous and hard working Democrats in the State He has spent his own money and time without any compensation whatever for the cause of his party and he has been of great service in many campaigns Ills unselfish work should meet with some suitable reward Hart Â¬ ford Herald are always interested in Remnantp if they aro tho right length and Sometimes great bargains can bo found on our Bargain counter Wo are constantly filling the Bargain Counter Keep watching it GLENDEANE Mrs James Moorman says she has over six hundred little chickens Bro W B Rutledge filled his regular appointment at Goshen Sunday Mr and Mrs James Kincheloe have been visiting friends and relatives here Jesso Mattlngly ordered a hand car Sunday morning to take a boquet to his girl Dr D Haynes will bo at Glendeane June 10 11 12 prepared to do all kinds of dental work Clint Hook and Josse Smith of Har Â¬ dlnsburg were down last week on a fish Â¬ ing expedition Mrs Joo Howard and baby of Rock yale spent Sunday with her mother Mrs W D Owen Jlmmle Lewis of Hardlnsburg was down Saturday and Sunday the guest of Mrs J O Mattingly Victor Robertson returned Sunday morning from Louisville well pleased with sale of his hogs Jesse Moorman who has been very sick for the past few days was reported worse Sunday evening Joe Hunter of Sulphur springs Ohio county spent several days last week Mm Lucy Hun Â¬ with his sister-in-later Dawson and Lawson Hook who have been with Nelson Show Co left here for their home at Hardlnsburg Monday morning Mrs Owen Cunningham of Hardins w We are The Grocers Have you been to see us lately If not perhaps ra DsC Youve GREGORY Missed Something GTBSON CLOVERPORT KY V J m burg and little boys James Owen and Crafton have been visiting friends at Glendeane Mrs Kate Bennett Miss Beula Ben- Â¬ nett and Edgar Bennett of Irvlngton spent several days last week with Mrs R W Owen The patrons of the Glendeane school are going to meet at the haU Saturday evening to discuss the importance of voting another tax upon themselves YOU SHOULD EMPLOY Kane but the County Surveyor to do vour work lie Is the authorised Surveyor of thi County Is un experienced workman and knows his business He Is also Notary Public writes Deeds and takes AcVnowledgemedts Charges always Keasonable AUdrosi CHINTZ ROYALTY Dont use Drugs Unless you need them and then only runs drugs such as arc sold by responsible drug gists We keep only the best That is the great distinction to be looked for when the time comes that you need them Nowhere else will you find so complete a stock A good time now to begin that medicine Â¬ pin HARDINSBURG KY COUNTY SURVEYOR WANTED THE NEW WAY VTOMEN used to think fe Â¬ rn a la diseases could o n y bo treated after lo c a 1 examina Â¬ tions by physi Â¬ Dread of cians sQch treatment kept thousands of modest women silent about their suffering The In Â¬ of troduction Wine of Cardul has now demon strated that nine tenths ol all tho cases of menstrual disorders do not require a physicians attention at all The simple pure 1 j 10000 1 I Our heart goes out to you In love Mary Musio MHarris Pounds Wool I 100 Dozen Chickens j j I u Jm mawt Dont thin your blood with sassafras of or poison It with blue mass but aid Address Seniors to Juniors Pearl Perrigo nature by using DoWltts Little Early of Juniors to Seniors Risers the famous little pills for consti- Â¬ Address Florence L Cottrell pation biliousness and stomach and liver troubles They are purely vegeta- Â¬ ble Short Haynes Church Notes Prayer meeting at the Baptist church Orator of the Day Wednesday night Mr Jesse R Eskridgo of Hardlnsburg Prayer meeting at the Elm St Meth Â¬ has been invited by G A R Post No 11 to deliver an addrets to the Veterans and odist church Thursday night Next Sunday the fifth Sunday of the Sons of Veterans at the Pollard Ceme Â¬ tery near Fordsville on Decoration Day month thero will bo no sorviccs at St Mr Eakridge though young in years is Rose church a fluent speaker and tho mere announce Â¬ To morrow is Ascension Day and all ment of his addrees on that occasion Catholics are requested to attend Mass should draw a large crowd He Is in perfect sympathy with the Veterans of Services will hell eld at St Rose church the late war and his address will be along afrlO 30 am that line and will be well worth the time BIhop McOIoakey of Louisville will of all who can attend Hartfjrd Repub- Â¬ administer the Sacrament of Conflraa lican tioa at St Rose church within a few Tkubiblk Accident It I a terrible weeks All are invited to Come and accident to be burned or scalded but hear him About thirty children and tho pain and agony and the frightful adulu will be conflrmed dieflgHreaasaU can be quickly overoosae Rev W B Ratledge paetor ol the without leaving a sear by neing DeWitta BaeUet churuh delivered the BaoeaUu Witeh Hazel Salva Snart A Haynes rente sermon Sanday night to the eight graduates ol the Cloverport High SehocJ Te Curt A OeW One Bay and a large congregation Hie aermon Take Laxatlye Biomo Quinine TaMete waa to the point very impreoeiye and All DramMa refund ttu money H it Mia one that abonkl b carried ail tbjongb to Our Sic For Bale by B A Shell liia by every one that bad the opportn man Htopoonaport Ky alty to bear him i I We carry a complete line of all known patent medicines Toilet goods of every description Prices right ANION M Â¬ I Wiiieofpitt taken In the privacy of a woman own homo Insures quick relief and Women need not peedy cure hesitate now Wlno of Cardul re quires no humiliating examina Â¬ tions for Its adoption It cures any disease that comes under tha head disordered ef female troubles menses falling of ths womb life It make change of whit women beautiful by making them It keeps them young by well 100 at keeping them healthy the dru store rV aJtlc In ctM rutrlnff ftcM 4aVM flrlor Nrmptomi 4lreUoM nLsW AfeWy Hrtflint TIM HtoHM Co CaM- MOftTt KINCHELOE 1 HARDINSBUilG KY Butter ii fv pva JX When you Co to 11a dlnsbu g v k I j STOP AT THE ff ir Featter i i i WE IT X ii ii ii Cknt BARNES HOUSE Only 1C0 Per Day BR0W1 PsJ sMsv V wt cry mim AMMoa m I u4 WIm f fHtel h eUewl b sMQsrlP WM Seat Accommodation Good 0tunpl Boonu IEVINOTON KT MtffMM 6 Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAY 20 1897 THEi BHEiOKKNRI2DC3rH NRWS OLOYERPORT KY BEST SPRING REMEDY PLEASURE riit-ln-ltn- A Wife Drowns In BOAT OVETrUnNED Iter Husbands Arm at Gloomy Hopeless Life For nearly Avo years I miffcrcd with a severe caio of stomach trouble I had 8m Mb Tu We Th Fr Sa pains in my stomach and bowtU bo that I could not nlntid or work without great suffering My nppotlto was very poor and fEE when I did eat anything I wn shortly afterwards selzetl with vomiting Bpclls I could not rest at night and felt lamo and tired alt over I becamo ncrvouj and had My Ufa seemed no energy whatever 10 My husband ad Â¬ gloomy and hopeless vised mo to take Hoods Sarsaparllla as ho had been taking it with great bone Tryfne lo Snvo Dnrnnt Montevista Colo May 31 William used I began taking it and tho Arst bot tlo did mo a great deal of good I con- Â¬ 29 T Bryant an aged inmato of tho soldiers homo at this placo has mado a tinued with It regularly and have now sworn statement to tho ofJfcct that Thp almost fully regained my natural weight 30 31 J odoro Dnrant who is under sentence of and sm doing nearly all my housework death for tho murder of Blanche La Mns Kinda Crocker Gladstone Ala mont in Emanuel church San FranMy blood was out of order and I had cisco is not guilty of tho crime but no energy After taking two bottles of Mr Charles II Wetzel of Sunbury that Itov J George Gibson pastor of Hoods Sarsaparllla I felt better than for tho church is tho murderer Ho says Pa was so much pleased with a remedy a year Mahion W Smith Colllns Paines Celery Compound that he wat in tho church on tho day ofÂ¬ villc Alabama which cured him of rheumatism that he tho murder and saw Pastor Gibson car Hoods Sarsaparllla is sold by druggists made affidavit to the fact for publication rying Iter body to tho bolfry Bryant as follows This is to certify that on f 1 six for 5 lio suro to get Hoods There is no true specific for diseases has been in tho homo but a fow months Discusses Some Social and Eco- Â¬ having lived in Denver a year prior to May 11th I walked into Molicks drug arising from impuro blood and a debili Â¬ his admission nomic Tendonclos and Mor store on a pair of crutches bought a tated nervous system and that is Paines Scene Painting as an Art bUNK IN1 COLLISION for Â¬ celery compound so generally prescribIt is n daugerous experiment now for bottlo of Chamberlains Pain Balm had alizos on Samo inflammatory rheumatism which ed by physicians It is probably tho Tho Stcnmi r Ilorlila Lost In InUo Huron oven n barnstorming mclodramatio nir Mlildlo Island crippled me up Alter using three most remarkablo remedy that the troop Chicago May 22 During a denso sceneryto carry lundfuato nud ugly bottles Whllo n writer in Lo Figaro I am completely cured I can scientific research of this country has fog tho steamer Florida of tho Lacka produced Prof Edward E Plielps M wanna lino was sunk by collision with complains that a subscriber of tho cheerfully recommend it WHAT INSURANCE COSTS THE PEOPLE Comcdio Fraucaiso would bo ashamed ClIAKLlS II Wktzel D IL D of Dartmouth college first tho steamer G W Roby in Lako Huron to applaud a scene an American nu Sworn and subscribed to before mo on prescribed what is now known the world off Middle island yesterday afternoon diouco is always prompt and hoarty Aug 10 1894 Walter Shipman J P over as Paines celery Compound a Tho crow of tho Florida was taken to with recognition of a good stago picturo Theories of political economy and so- Â¬ postive cure for dyspepsia biliousness Port Huron PajnBalmis forsaloat 2 and 50 cents and on occasions even calls out tho A prlvato dispatch from Sault Sto cial growth are interesting but facts illus- Â¬ liver complaint neuralgia rheumatism per bottlo by A R Fisher Druggist Mich corroborates tho news of tho loss painter In all important productions trating them are more so One hard all nervous diseases and kidney troubles tho nnmo of tho painter of each sccuo is Sleep of tho Lackawanna steamer Florida on solid fact will often penetrate a mind to For the latter Paines celery compound printed in tho proginmmo and half a Lako Huron Tho captain of tho steamA man recoives a certain term of which a mere statement of principles and has succeeded again and again where er Gllddcn which has just arrived at dozen names have thus becomo familiar lifo Nikola Tcslasaid recently so tho Soo reports having passed tho pilot to tho gcucial public Tho very decent many hours to pass on this earth theories is unintelligible and uninterest- Â¬ everything else has failed I houso and other wreckago from the compensation for good sccno painting ing It is for this reason Mr Editor Florida off Middlo island at S oclock nud tho fascinating problems that en mean hours when ho is alivo nwako I do not count tho hours when ho is sleepthat I will endeavor to lay before your last evening dear success should commend it most ing I do not beliovo thoy arc strictly readers this week some extremely inter- Â¬ are intended to serve whether national PLEADEDF07 CRUCIFIXION highly to tho interests of the best art speaking included iu his term of life Btate or municipal and always for esting and important facts istn Tho painter with a tendency to When a man really lives ho is dying A Maniac Attempts to Nail Himself to the The State of Rhode Island paid out for the public good and never for the landscape can find congenial employ- Â¬ hour by hour bdt when ho sleeps ho is Cross private greed At that time the evil fire insurance in the year 1893 the sum ment for his highest flights of fancy accumulating vital forces which will A Vancouver B O May 21 of 2500000 more than the losses paid spirit of competition will be replaced by straugo story of religious frenzy and nnd his most intimnto psychologies of mako him go on living In other words by the companies amounted to In other the more human and christian spirit of self immolation comes from Kamloops nature Tltc impressionist is particular- Â¬ in measuring out our dole of hours to words tho fire insuranco companies of co operation and then men will work B C about 25 miles cast of hero on tho ly needed to carry out tho revolution each ono of us the great timekeeper now waging on tho stago against tho stops his count whilo wo aro sleeping Rhode Island collected from the people for each other instead of against each Pacific railway James Bond suffering from roligions old graynesu and dun sovcrity of the Theroforo tho longer a man sleeps tho of that State J2600000 moro money for other Scribncrs mania got an idea that ho must bo bituminous school Ah longer he will remain on earth doing their insurance business for them crucified Ho built a largo cross and How bright how swtet this world would be than it cost the companies to do it This If men could lire for others I irmHrW after a long sermon begged his hearers The True Remedy A prominent western newspaper sum is more than twice as much as it How iwect how bright how full of Ight to nail him to it They refused and a 111 W M Repine editor Tiskilwa cost to maintain the government of the This life ifjustlce truth and right few nights ago ho undertook tho task recommends flax seed tea as an excellent Ho actually drovo a spiko himself We wont keep house remedy for whooping cough It may be Chief says Wete once enthroned if men were fiee State through his two fcot nud into tho cross without Dr Kings New Discovory for good but is not to Mould all be brothers I Query be compared with it -Wouldnt it be better for the If men Then ho cut n gash in his side and folAnd is this nothing but a dream This people of Rhode Island to do their own lowed by nailing his left arm to ouo of Consumption Coughs and Colds Ex Â¬ Chamberlains Cough Remedy on forever tho arms of tho cross Ho was taken perimented with many others but never preparation will allay tho violent fits of insurance business in their collective ca- Mut wrong go forever be t Must poverty down weak from tho loss of blood and got tho truo remedy until we used Dr coughing and make them less frequent pacity as a State And selfish greed and tyranny t may dio Kings New Discovery No other rem- Â¬ and less severe It also liquefies tho The report of ex Governor Anthony Must hate and strife be still supreme gasoline explosion edy can take its placo in our home as in lough mucus making it oasler to expec- Â¬ superintendent of insuranco in Kansas And love and peace come never t Thfl timfl nf rlnnnrfnro rP tlia owl c nrtA Thrco People 1crlsh nml lour Others Are it wo have a certain and sure euro for torate Complete recovery is much shows that the people of that State paid No I will not believe it No llailly Humeri people who didnt believe in advertising 4s5 Coughs Colds Whooping Cough etc quicker too when this remedy is given out 1939000 for premiums on their fire God still reigns somewhere brother St Louis May 22 An explosion of It is idlo to experiment with other rem- Â¬ There is no danger in giving it to small sometime -race had to stay out in the rttiu xur insurance policies last year and that Somewhere selfishness the crime wll climb Above Its gasolino resulted in tho death of Mrs edies even if they are urged on you as children as and rlnT7R TrlOTr llf1MlMalTT nYn nrnA flini it is a pleasant syrup and during tho same time the companies Well gentler nobler happer grow Ada Mohr 33 years old her just as good as Dr Kings New Discov- Â¬ contains nothing injurious For sale at paid fire losses amounting to 1000000 And men will love each other baby ani Hugo Howard 15 months viewsibut their postofflco address has Wouldnt it be better for the State of The morn Is rlslrg soft and bright old Mrs Bcssio Howard nud William ery They are not as good because this 25 and 50 cents per bottlo by A R never been learned remedy has a record of cures and besides Fisher Druggist son were prob Kansas to do her own insurance business The way grows bright bclore Howard her ably fatally burned while Max Gum is guaranteed It never fails to satisfy at cost and save to her people the sum Cheer brother cheer through doubt and fear The world grows brighter year by year A Method of Measurement pert and Honry Surmau wero badly Trial bottle free at A R Fishers Drug of 933000 per annum Try an nd In theNEWS for And fast and bright a day of light burned in attempting to rcscuo tho un- Storo Thero is such a thing as becoming IhatDuIMIme 1 eelnr A number of years ago when a private Will spread its white wings oer us fortunate victims too much dovotcd to tho bloyole said corporation supplied the people of ChiLooking Upward Tho occurred in the nppcr tho young woman thoughtfully I was When such faith and hope as the rooms explosion Menard cago with water the cost was 93 50 per of 2341 street occupied Ono who accustoms himself to think riding with a friend of mine who dem Â¬ above inspire the minds and warm the by Mrs Mohr In order to mako tho 100000 gallons Since then tho city has of puro and holy things who sets his onstrated that fact yT Scw iU frfv jkKw wk affections on things abovo and strives assumed the ownership and manage hearts of thousands of our noble men flro in tho cook stovo burn faBter Mrs Did sho talk continually about the jrji gasoliuo over tho wood f and women theres no reason for the Mohr poured to reach whatever things ore lovely will wheel ment of her waterworks and now sup- Â¬ GENERAL MCQRMACK DEAD grow upward toward tho things ho loves No Sho didnt talk about anything plies her citizens with much better water earnest reformer to despair Our moth- Â¬ -nud thinks upon But ono who lets his until I asked her if she knew what the ers used to teach us to say Our Father Physician With a War Record and an Ex at the rate of 3010 thus saving her peo- Â¬ mind turn habitually to debasing hour was Sho looked down at her cyCongressman ple 5740 per hundred thousand gallons who art in Heaven instilling into our St Louis May 22 A dispatch to things things unholy unclean sensual Â¬ clometer and said wod hotter hurry Is there not a very valuablo lesson in budding minds the idea of the univsrsal will find his wbolo soul bending down homo as it was two miles and a quarter fatherhood of God and the brotherhood The Republic from Bonuo Terre Mo Did not the people of Chicago this post dinner time Washington Star says General James R McCormack died ward and growing toward tho earth gain much by killing their private water of man J R Miller D D Ah how much happier and better this thero yesterday aged 73 years monopoly and assuming the owership There is some ono in almost every General McCormack was born in Mis After using a 10 cent trial size of Elys neighborhood who is subject to attacks and management of this business them- Â¬ world would be would we more fre- Â¬ souri Aug 1 1824 Ho graduated as a quently revert to the lessons of our child- Â¬ physician in 1849 from Transylvania Cream Balm you will be suro to buy the of pain in the stomach or billions colic selves SHOULD BE OF CLASS At tho out CO cont sizo Cream Balm has no equal Mr J D Kenney Warren Center Pa Bangor Maine paid a private corpora hood Remembering these early lessons university Kentucky wo would never permit our minds to be break of tho war ho was appointed sur Â¬ in curing catarrah and cold in the head tion 150 per lamp per year for lighting used to bo troubled in that way Ha WORKMANSHIP geon of regiment the city The peoplo of that city now poisoned with prejudice political or re- Â¬ infantry tho Sixtli afterward Missouri Ask your druggist for it or send 10 cents says Tho attacks wero marked by Ho was appointed V CORRECT PRICES ligiousagainst our neighbors who be- Â¬ brigadier general own their own electric light plant and terrible pains diarrhoa and fainting In 1800 General to us lieve a little more or a little less than we McCormack waB elected to congress and ELY BROS 50 Warren St N Y City spells At such times I suffered exceed- Â¬ supply themselves light at 48 per lamp do Let us never speak of our neighbors was twico ro elcctcd Ho was a Demoper year I Buffered from Catarrah three years ingly until I began using Chamberlains crat A widow and two sous survive Elgin Illinois paid a private corpora- Â¬ or fellow citizens as the common ene- Â¬ it got so bad I could not work I used Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy There are no common enemies Trial Opened WAtt nayer JT9 ttmates FurnliliI tion 2Cfi per lamp per year The city my two bottles of Elys Cream Balm and two or three doses of which effected an CLOVERPORT KV Tkemont City 0 May 22 Tho am entirely well I would not bo with- Â¬ immediate and lasting euro now furnishes itself light at 43 per in this country but ignorance and pride For salo AfsJ triol of Rev James Carroll beforo prejudice and greed by A R Fisher Druggist lamp out it A O Clarke 341 Shawmut Ave SquiroNcese and a jury for unlawful Shortly after Christ ascended to the Fairfield Iowa paid a private com Â¬ ly catching fish with a gig was opeued Boston Greek Fire pany 373 per lamp They now get bet- Â¬ Father and the sweet influence of his with song and prayer by tho defendant In Britain of courso membors of Greek flro which had several other ter light and pay better wages and tho teaching and example still moved the and his flock members of tho now sect parliament rcceivo no salary but in names wild flro liquid fire wot flro price is only 70 per lamp The city minds and hearts of his folio wore The called Saints Thero wcro 200 specta- Now Zealand they rccoivo annually and flro rain descriptive of its destruo multitude of them that believed were of tors After four hours hearing of tesnow owns her own plant B00 Japan 800 South Australia tivoncss is said to havo been tho most tho one heart and of one soul neither said timony a jury retired and soon re 11000 Victoria Private corporations and monopolies turned verdict of not guilty The 1500 Franco 1 dostructivo cugino of war previous to Every dollar spent in your home storo always come high and the people must any of thorn that aught of the things caso caused iuteiiso interest 800 Queensland gunpowder Discovered by Calliuicus 2000 Canada 2 adds to the development of the home which he possessed was his own but 000 Brazil 3000 Mexico Still TaringXbwu Tollcatei learn this fact The above examples 3000 a Syrian it was first usod in the siego industries It helps the growth of the of Constantinople 078 078 and at Meo Lancaster Ky May 23 Anarchy United States 5000 show that it is wiser and better for the they had all things common town by helping the growth of the in ca GOO And all that believed were together still prevails in this county Two valu people to own and manage their own dividual for we are nil more or less Not long ago a lady in Japan during ablo gates on tho Richmond piko wcro business than to farm it out to private and had all things common dependent upon each other The great Clinton Ky Oct 12th 1890 Neither was there any amone them torn down last night A noto signed a slight illness had 423 physicians in corporations attendance trade centers pay tribute to the big Mountain Jack was loft threatening Dr J O Mendenhall Evansville Ind Six years ago twenty cities in tho that lacked for as many as were possess- Â¬ President Doty and others with dynastock We are keeping careful track Dear Sir You may ship me J Gross ors of houses or lands sold them and mite and death should he replace them United States owned their electric light Â¬ of your wants and constantly ndding Chill and Fever Cure on same terms as ing plants now the number has reached brought the prices of the things that Ono gatokeorftx a lady was terribly to the stock to meet them Now dont last I havo sold two or three times as frightened 150 and in every case public ownership were sold fail to give me a call All manner of much of your chill cure this season as And laid them down at tho apostles and management has proved a decided Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic is produce taken in exchnnge for goods any other and it has given splendid feet and distribution was made unto a perfect liver laxative anti malarial success Slowly but surely the senti Â¬ satisfaction Yours truly ment in favor of public ownership and every man according as he had need and blood purifier Removes bilious T K TAYLOR Those were the times when christian operation of public utilities is growing ness without purging Cures chills and Short Haynes Clifton Mills ky This is the line along which the nation ity was fresh from its author and the makes tho complexion good Guaran- Â¬ people understood and practiced it must and will move to greater achieve- Â¬ teed by all dealers Short Haynes Dont neglect a cough because the Fraternally ments progress and prosperity Mr E D Jenkins of Uthonia Ga weather is pleasant before the next Ida Uncle Johnathan The city of Glasgow Scotland now It I oftcu said that Newcastlo Is the says that his daughter whichiuherited a storm rolls around It may develop into a the usual severe case of Eczema ownes one thousand dwelling and is most drunken town for its sizo in Eng Ono mercury and potash remedies failed to serious difficulty beyond repair There is more Catarrh in this section land but it does not follow that It is relieve Year by year she was treated Minute Cough Ouro is easy to take and using the incdme from their rental in of the country than all other diseases so At any rate the amount of crimo with various medicine i external appli further improving its sanitary and archi- Â¬ put together and until the last few does not support tho oft repeated asserÂ¬ cations and internal remedies without will do what its name implies Short tectural conditions The public author- Â¬ years was supposed to bo incurable tion tho libel as many think on ths result Her sufferings were iutense Haynes ities animated by public spirit and civic For a great many and her coudition crew steadily worse years doctors pro- Â¬ fait fanio of tho city pride are steadily pulling down and A Cong- - Ured lllrd All the so called blood remedies did not nounced it a local diseaso and prescribed scemtc reach the dis- Â¬ Tho following ihstauco of longevity clearing away the old rookeries disease local remedies 2 per cent of tho Siberian run Only and by constantly fall ease at all until S in a bird may be of interest to your Worth of Dry Goods Clothing breeding tenements owned by private ing to ways pscapo with thoir lives and Shoes bought for Spot Cash and nt cure with local treatment pro- Â¬ SS was given when readers My cousin Mrs O had a land lords and are erecting on their sites nounced it Our Own Price We intend to put these goods on sale and an improvement siskin given to her iu 1881 incurable Science has Sick headache can be quickly and It had been large airy and comfortable dwellings to proven catarrh to was at once noticed make the greatest SENSATION ever heard of Con be a constitutional completely ovorcome by using those The mediciue was bought at a dealers in 1870 In tho be rented to the citiasns at yety low disease and therefore autumn of 1884 it escaped out of tho requires constitu- Â¬ famous little pills known as DoWitts suit your interest and attend this Sale fav- Â¬ continuecd with rates orable results and Window whilo flying about Mrs tional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Little Early Risers Haynes Short The politicians In the United States manufactured by F now she is cured dressing room as it had boon in tho 9 pieces of Fancy Ccos worth 6c our price 3c t lot Childrens Hose only Co J Cheney sound and well her habit of doing every morning Every jo way cry out against this movement in Toledo Ohio is tho only constitutional uoou uintnimi 6Cj Ask to lee our Window Shades at 4 A Lost Chance skin is perfectly effort was mado to get it back but it Ij lilsh lawns JC the direction of collectivism they may cure on the market It Is taken inter- Â¬ Hi t lot Hoys Suits worth lioo at 71 clear and pure anil could not bo found Mrs C wont away Fast Percales Help helpl cried tho drowning gCj 5C 1 lot Mens Suits samples worth 6 our call It paternalism or socialism but they nally in doses from 10 drops to a tea man piklj 98 slieha9 been saved for tho winter and did not return until too pes Best Iloosler Cotton Ac I am drowniugl 4C Percale Shlits cc canaot stop it from what threat 4e spoonful Jo vol What an opportunity cried It acta directly on the blood I0C1 sc tho following spring Her Kardoner then Ladles Vests Iteary The time is coming dear reader when and mucous surfaces of the system They tho reporter on the shore whipping out ened to blight her life forever 15c 15c GROCERIES told her that during the winter a siskin Goodsmju Suspenders 1 101 SSS guaranteed purely vegetable Â¬ had squeezed itself into cage ineclc www Ucods iocj so lbs Oool Sugar the people of tfaeee United States will offer one hundred dollars for each case his notebook Quick tall mo your sen a of his 1 lot Mens Flna Fur Hats cures Eczema Scrofula Cancer Rheu toa ijc Green Coffee at T which was hanging outside his cottage Vest Blue Cottonadt Pints samples s ewu aad operate their railroads their it falls to cure Send for circulars and sations and Ill givo yoa a send off Ju matism or any other blood trouble sijf 75c 10c Pure New Orleans Molassts ourprfce 49C next Suudays paper rw It is a real bloc d remedy and always Tho elskin was sent up to Mrs O and 3 pieces 0 Black Henrietta cloih jjc bflsklBg iMtitutioM their coal mines testimonials Address IOC MT our atlce But it was too Into Tho man had cures even aftr all else fails evinced Jbe greatest dollght at seeing plccooHeavy Serge Blue m4 ell well The time k coming my iocs F J CHENEY S Co Toledo O gonodown for tho third time Hat fcta mistress In fact there fc bo doabt Gents Celulold Collars only e D Wet fear whn every private monopoly Sold by Druggists 75c 1 2M pers Bazar that it wm her bird From that day jo pslrs Hesvy Nelson Socks otly JC Wectrk Statch tttat k sow aatlag out the vitak of our until its death in September 1884 it IulSoued Wlilla at riay Not only piles of the very wont kind Take or blood remedy for a blood disease could uovcr bo will be rooted out and there will I Rudolph induced to leave its cage 0 May 23 Tho b cured by Do Witts Witch Hm1 a tonic wont cure ft be but mm klftd of mosonolv is tbk I though the door was often Jeft open oa Wool Chickens and Eggs wanted at daughter of William Judson wa can Highest Market Price purose Londi Speoutor Our books eenelry mmI that will be public vaoaof-Wb-- probably fatally poisoned last ovenlng Salve but ec maa seahk burr bruia boili ucM ad all otfaar skin trouble oa blood and With her brother nnd soma neighbor TSH m ax n4a Iw JJA A WW skin DONT FORGET THIS ttoai good la the provi- - fcW fWi they wore playing1 dootoraad a be loaiaeAly relieved by the tawe mailed dtesti To quit tobao aMUjr and foravar ba au to fr had Mrttntf bottles Oat contained wmedy Short A If aynw MUo lull of Ul but and vlfor ta at Gad eluUl mom all pablk eater tod-sp- ay oddrcM wWk wa gtveu intarjiaUy to th wnadar worker that makaa waak mm Swift Specific KJaetaefswMf Mtss Wttk BmhwH will b irmdneM hv the oeonarly f Oar ftttaa KG Booklet Cud cathartic-- wira Muilpatlon forever Co Atlanta toad aad muds fraa Addi aat eowUtatod amuoritlee of the jwojtla they xxi m si u v v i O oroexMU muaa i Srtfoif Banad Oa Caiao ur Maw Vara 1897 MAY 1897 23d567J Jl 212 li 23 x 2i2Z252 2324 25262728 21 y Island Sandusky O May 23 A sad casdof accidental druwnitiK occurred yostertlny nt island near Sandusky Mr and Mrs 0 1 Chapman of Woll ingtou O who wore visiting friends on tho island whllo out fishing in n small pleasure boat accidcntly over turned tho crnft precipitating both into tho water Tlio Husband rnauo a licrolo effort to save his wife who was fluall overcomo by tho wator ana ulcu in his anns before assistance arrived Tho remains wcro bronttht to this city and sent to their homo in Welling- Â¬ Tho husband Is a ton for interment well known choose manufacturer Pat-in-Ha- y Intornat Pains -- Latno Tlrod Nor vouB Every Bad Symptom Curod by Hoods Sarsnpanlla Â¬ Â¬ Old Sumptuary Lan Mr Bnrdctt Coutts M V in an nd dross tlolivcrcd beforo tho English Uni Â¬ versal Cookery and Food association called attention to tho sumptuary laws of tho fifteenth century Then it was cnaoted that food being necessary to tho sustcuanco of man thoBcllor hail no right to ask his own prico but it was tho duty of tho state to fix it lu tho samo century equal supervision was ex- Â¬ orcised over cooks Thoy wcro ordered to mako thoir meat woll seasoned nnd wholcsomo and soil It for a reasonablo winning and that thoy reboil or rcbako no meat in hurt of tho kings peoplo Tho mayor of n town in thoso days up Â¬ on entering office was obliged to swear that ho would oxorciso vigilant super Â¬ vision over bakers brewers tavern keepers cooks and such people This was no perfunctory oversight but tho official oxcrclscd his authority with groat bo verity lu cases whero cooks and dealers in food and drink failed of their duty I Dont Try without a To plant your crop of corn iE 3 3 Corn Drill It is Uncle Johnathan of the Empire Make the BEST CORN DRILL ON THE MARKET r I 3 y X Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SOLD BY I J W Pate E tTollxY VfeVfe iUmmmkvv yvv in aSi Co ky J 3 4 UUUIUIUK f Â¬ 3jV 4k7 a fi Â¬ ah Adyertised 4k 4k afe rfF i iory yivy 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nv- rg is wk rfV rgV fy Are you going fa to get wet 5sr aSfc iSk 4fe 4fe vmvmtsvfV asr Â¬ fwVVt vw-vi A A MONUMENT FIRST UP-TO-DATE Â¬ Â¬ n -- 22 J E KEITH 5 SON vrfVftv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HOME FIRST The World Afterwards Â¬ Â¬ Eczema Â¬ All Her Life CHARLES BADENHEIMER i A ANOTHEBDEAL 8542 DOLLARS 0s 1 ffi A Real Blood Remedy m tat sss lli THE CHEAT BARQAIN STORE 0 aiOYKAHXCO Brwadtmbur Kj