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TXVLXTP VOL XXI XJJtirf BREOKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 2 1897 NO 46 TO BE SUCCESSFUL YOU MUST ADVERTISE COILMMEBS I Think Recent Wao Reductions are John Koller wero found in Swan Another Cartjo of Arms for Inn Creek just below Newport Mich with Striking Evidences of Tireless Patriots a bullet holo in tho head Henry La fountain a fisherman made tho ghastly M HANNAS PROSPERITY SHOW discovery and at onco notified tho auREACHES CUBA SAFELY thorities Upon investigation it proved undoubtedly a murder as tho ball had On the Homo Strotch Tito Big 13 enteral tho back of the head coming Valued at 78000 and Sixly two out of tho mouth nud splitting tho Controls the Lake Front Docks Cubans Accimpmiod It longuo In its passage Tho shot had and Small Concerns are evidently been fired at closo range Palma Recognized Tho murder theory is still further strength cued by tho fact that tho body COLD OUT IN THE LEFT LATEST CUBAN WAR NEWS was bruised about tho chest and abdomen and thoro was a wound on tho PiTTsnuno May 28 Tho Post pub head that appears to have boen inflicted Wilmnqtok N 0 May 81 Tho lishes tho following Tho national ox by n blunt instrument Messenger prints a detailed account of Koller left homo Wednesday night Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ UNbOtBTEOLY A MURDER WekUlijr Cincinnati Merchant nody FUtieil Oat of n Lake Detroit May 31 Tho remains of FILIBUSTERING t if J I Wff - 1 - JAMKS H IKKLAXD Will celebrate Iris 100th birthday next Friday at his homo near Skillman Mrs Lamar who is 103 years old will bo present It will la a great day for the old people DRAWING NEAR A Crisis in Cuban Matters Will Do Reached Soon tib SPAIN SAYS NATIONAL HONOR Â¬ Is Preferable to a Cash Consideration of Cubas Release She Courts a Spanking MKINLEY WANTS A DIPLOMAT Washington Juno I Special Bc ncnth tho surfaces or ovonts mid gossip in tho national capital Is a gcuorol nlr of ex Â¬ pectancy as to tho Cuban situation That Presldont MoKlnlcy lias determined o do something radical toward a settlement of tho Cuban wnr Is no longer doubted Ho is only waiting for tho return of Special Commissioner Culhoun from Cuba and for our now mlnlstor to Madrid to pot 6ct tied In his post Just what tho president will do is as jet unknown It is doubted if ho has himself decided precisely what his procedure Is to bo but I find in clr clos which aro in closo touch with tho president a strong belief that ho will not stop at mediation or tho tendering of our no may mnko ono or other good offices of theso diplomatic moves at tho outset merely for tho purposo of putting upon Spain tho responsibility of rejootlng but no doubt exists that in tho end tho president intends to go much further that ho will lntcrvcno for tho purposo of bringing about tho lndopondcnco of Cuba Ilnt CM Diplomat Wanted Tho presidents nnxloty to get a first olnss man a diplomatist of experience for tho Spanish mission shows that ho re Â¬ gards tho negotiations upon which ho is about to enter ns of great importance As a matter of fact tho question is ono of war or poaco It is generally admitted that once wo havo set out to solve tno Cu ban problem once wo havo proposed me Â¬ diation or intervention thoro will bo no such thing ns turning baob Wo must go on to tho end let tho consequences bo what thoy may If Spain resents our Interfer Â¬ ence and talks of war that will not deter us At tho present time it must bo admit ted Spain la playing a strong hand Scnor Do Lome tho Spanish minister at this capital docs not conceal from his friends his belief that war between Spain and this country would surely follow nny effort on tho part of the president to Intervene Ho may bo mistaken but that ho Is sincere Scnor Bo Lome does not admit of doubt plainly says In an unofllrlnl way that his countrymen would infinitely prefer being driven out of Cuba by soldiers of the United States to giving up tho Island for a money consideration no matter how largo that might bo Tho ono would snvo tho national nrldo and honor whllo tho other would entail tho mostabject huinlll- Â¬ Â¬ It appears to bo pretty well settled that Spain will not consent to tho suloot Cuba Not long ago tho president was led bp llcvtf ji Bale of the island 46 tfjtf Insurgents with tho United States acting as sponsor would solvo the wholo problem but the Spanish statesmen of both parties bavo de clared tho nation will never consent to tho bargain method of disposing of their colony Tho Spanish leudcrs say thoy would no more think of soiling Cuba than of soiling Madrid So far as tho administration has any information there is not tho slightest clianco that Spain will bo found willing to accept a money bonus ns the prlco of independence Obvlans Difficulties There is talk that tho president will proposa to Spain that sho glvo Cuba n gov Â¬ ernment practically free with perfect homo rule lllo that of Canada Spain retaining a merely nominal or titular sover Â¬ eignty Men who have studlod the Cu ban problem in nil its phases tell mo tho homo rulo proposition will not work Tho property holding classes in Cuba do not want homo rulo They are afraid of it If Spains Is not to bo tho strong hand that governs they want tho arm of tho United States to extend its nutlioritatlvo sway over tho island Tho difficulties of the situation aro obflous If Cuba Is tohavt homo rule Spain must withdraw her troops Without armies tho captain general or other roprceentatlvo of tho crown could not maintain himself 80 days Tho Culuius would sweep him off tho island Nor could tho United States send troops down there to uphold a nominal Spanish rulo The pcoplo of this country would not llko that or tho pcoplo of Spain ci- Â¬ ther It Is evident that Spain and tho United States cannot both rnlo in Cuba and that tho guiding hand must bo that of ono or tho other Before wo find out which diplomacy will exert Itself in all its dovl ous ways rtnd possibly after nil tho question niuy havo to bo sottlcd by big guns Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nity Ulmt would bo n n achievement so much greater than Mr Clevelands and Mr 01 ncys victory In tho Monroo doctrine affairs that no comparison could bo insti- Â¬ tuted between them But Is it possible Is there nny woy in which tho Spanish can bo induced to glvo up tho Pearl of tho An- Â¬ tilles without warf Tho weight of opinion Is that there Is no wny that It cannot bo done and that If the presldont looks for a way and makes a movo ho will soon find himself in complications from which war will bo tho only means of escape with dig- Â¬ WALTfcl WELLMAN man hospital under tho direction of Dr Courad Woll Tho patient who owes his Hfo as tho physicians beliove to the new treatment is Edmund Sliein now about 23 yonrs old who rccoived an in jury to Ills thumb about a mouth ago Within 18 hours under tho now treat ment slgus of Improvement began and at the cud of the week tho patient has been prouounced out of danger Tho new treatment consists of Injec tions of a tetanus uuti toxino similar iu Btlon its source ti the nuti toxiue of diph Whethor Spain will or will not take theria test comos this nttltudd when the crucial A Jinloiiedlrl Heed remains to bo seen That tho test Is com MostiEUEit Vt May 81 Miss Millog und coining soon I havo every reason to bellovo It would bo almost madness dred Brewster tho daughter of a for Spain to go to war with tho Unltod wealthy farmer of Huntington shot States She Is bankrupt Her resources probably fatally Miss Annie Wheeler km already well nigh exhausted Sho Is of whom sho is alleged to havo boen no match for this country in any senso jealous Tho dood was committed iu a For fow weeks Spain might carry on n lonely spot ou tho outskirts of this city determined and not wholly unsuccessful After shooting Miss Wlieoler tho havsl war Sho might oven threaten Browstergirl turned tho revolver on owe of our ports with her fleet Hut In horsolf iutiictiiig a serious aud possibly short timo he would bo whipped to a a fatal wound tan4tlil awl would doubt loss bo com UfoiviieU la a latin twU4 to jHUr flelf far her temerity Still Audott Tex May 81 Mrs Fanuio Hpalu may light I know that tho posM babo and her sisMllty of war has been considered by tha L Barr her The president and liU ter HUa UiiUlo U Alexaudor aged 1 1 dmlnUiMUlon advlaara do not undorrato tho serlousaeM wea all drowned in u ak Kc1r tlie Of tba situation nor delude themselves house Tho boy was pbyiiw iu the wftfc tba Mm that Spain la sure to war hallow wafer and inadvertently tfwpett to us without the firing of a gun o into a de hole in tk oenter of ike KMr tank ami the ladle were drowned in Oai Wr AvdT PrwMent lfeKtekjra hope is to solve trying to rescue ike tittle fellow tin Cuban ptrttw without war While Met IKaMt la a JrMhmr Hit ll would baa ownpajatlyaly eaaywaMar MoxTiauK Vt May 1 A few foe this country to oonquer Spain and taka bed iu the Uuiou Hooaa oloaad auaansat Cuba aa the reward of vleioly tb prasl Uwt ulght whtk daut tixU It would redound ntuoa wore to leally daring SD waa aalaapUit MonrV He Kendall the credit of Urn bat toe and to tho fiery was daad afcvd taken oat when hariareithcr of hia ad ml ul trillion if Cuba eould ba txtau fajUan sswaWed or tmtd or aoqulNd bf puwly dlplonatto induced by frbjfBt died of haart iniiippi iimiccu sm ffwy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jntt been successfully tried nt tho Ger treatment for lockjaw or tetanus has Â¬ FOR tOCKJAW Orntlfjinc Succcii of n Now Treatment In San 1ranclco Sax Fuahcisco May 89 A now REMEDY ccntivo board of tho United Mino Workers of America havo decided to order a general striko throughout Pennsylvania Ohio and West Virginia to secure the C9 ccnt rate for mining Tho order is expected to bo iu tho hands of tho work- Â¬ men within a very fow days Moro than 60000 miners will bo affected by the order and n dosperato strugglo between tho men and operators will rcoult The order it is said hw been decided on becauso of tho fact that IS of tho largo coal companies iu tho Pittsburg district havo socured control of all tho lako front dockage This year tho conditions in tho lake market aro entirely different from What thoy wcro in former years Time was when tho smaller operators could market coal on tho lako front but this year all has been changed Now thoy can not dispose of any coal unless it goes through tho hands of tho 13 coal compuuy Whilo tho miners in tho Pittsburg district havo been battling against a re-Â¬ duction to 54 cents a ton tho operators have been quietly at work on the lako fronts Every foot of dockago is now in the hands of ono of the 13 companies Withcoal mined at 64 cents they woald be in virtual coutrol of tho markot and need not fear inroads by any of tho smaller operators Tho companies having succeeded iu getting Coutrol of the docks aro Mark Hanua Company Ellsworth Coal Company company Cuddy Miller tho W h Scott mines Ohio and Pennsylvania Coal company Moon Run Coal company Osborno Saecer Company Morgan Mooro Bain Pinkandi Company W P Rend Rod Mather bins Coal company Pittsburg and Chicago Coal company nnd tho New York and Cleveland Gas Coal company It is claimed by tho miners officials that irndo has been solicited nt the 54 coiit rate Tho coal comes from Ohio Pennsylvania and West Virginia Tho Pittsburg district was tho causo of much contention in tho national con- Â¬ vention of the minors hold iu Columbus 0 last January During tho month of December preceding tho opera tot 8 in this district ottoml tho miners CO conts a ton during tho months of January and February aufT 05 cents the following months Tho local miners refused to accept tho offer Tho question was act- Â¬ ed on by tho national convention and taken entirely out of tho hands of tho Pittsburg district officials It was referred to the cxecntlvo board and they wcro given power to act They were instructed to mako a demand for 09 cents at n timo they thought proper Tho board has been considering the question for somo timo During the past two weeks M D Uatchford tho national president has been in tho district and has made a report to tho board Patrick Dolau president of tho Pittsburg district said last night that tho board had decided to declare n strike in Ohio Pennsylvania and West Virginia I have advlsod against a striko and can say that I nm not in favor of it said President Dolan last night But since tho cxecntlvo board has taken tho matter out of oar hands I have como to tho conclusion that tho min ers of tho Pittsburg district might just as well go down making a strug glo for what is duo them as starving o death Tho men it this district have becomo hardoncd to hunger aud suffer ing aud aro iu as good a condition to striko now as thoy ever were If they can succeed iu cutting off tho supply for tho lako trado when it opens if for a short time only there nro good prospects of winning out On the face of it it is uufair to try to grind tho minors down to the GJ cent rata wheu tho operators offered them 00 cents tho first of tho year In tho com- Â¬ ing battle I bollevo wo will havo tho sympathy of many of tho smaller oper- Â¬ ators Just as saro ns tho operators having control of tho docks carry out their plans so euro will tho sheriff havo business with tho smallorono Their property will bo rendered valueless and their business gono unless thoy como to tho terms of tho big operators I think wo will bo in shapo to bring out the men employed by nearly overy coal company iu tho lako trout combination I look upon tho near future with dread and when tho striko is once start ed no ono knows what tho results will be I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ May 5 Ho wired his wifo from Ham- Â¬ ilton Out that ho had gouo away ou business but would bo homo that even- Â¬ ing The following Thursday morning a letter written at tho Wayuo Hotel Detroit was received containing four 50 cxprcus mouoy orders aud stating that tho writer intended to go to Buftulo and pla o himself in chargo of the sisters Fridoy a letter postmarked Clovoland was rccoived by Theodore J Moellor containing receipts for 100 a gold wntch and chain a diamond pin nud threo rings all of which had been sent by isollcr to Mocller per express It was learned that Koller arrived at Olcvolaud Thursday morning but returned again to Dotroit ou tho samo steamer Ho registered ot tho Hotel Wayno after supper but said ho changed his mind nnd would rctnrn to Clovclaud again Ho dd not uso his room It is believed that ho had from 1200 to 1600 on his person Employes on tho boat said ho seemed very strange Thcodoro J Moeller arrived from Cincinnati yesterday and immediately positively identified the body as that of his father-in-laJohn Koller tha miBsing Ho will tako the Cincinnati merchant homo Mr Mocller feels cerronaius tain that Mr Koller was murdered Ho says that tho dead mans business and family relations wero entirely pleasant It soenis that after leaving Cincinnati May 5 Mr Koller camo to Detroit by Steamer from Cleveland Tho last timo that ho was known to havo been seen was when he disombarked iu Detroit on tho morning of May 7 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SERVING HIS SENTENCE The Iognnnport Ilauk Wrecker lu the Ohio renltcntlary tho loading of tho tug Alexander Jones and her dopartnre with tho schooner John D Long of a Cuban filibustering expedition Tho facts were obtained from a member of tho crew of tho Alexander Jonos which returned to port sovcral days ago His story substantially is ns follows On Thursday night May 13 tho Jones took on a cargo of riflos uiachotcs rnpid firo guns aud ammunition nt tho wharf of tho Wilmington Newborn and Norfolk railway iu tho southern limits of tho city Bcforo sho had en tirely fiuished her cargo a report was s nrted that officers woro approaching nnd that tho revenue cutter Morrill was getting up steam Taking alarm at this tho Jones pulled up and started out at 10 40 a 111 and crossed tho bar and an chored outsidu Tho schooner John D Long having mcauwhilo been loaded with coal and other material at tho Wilmington aud Weldon railroad wharf was shortly aft erwards towed out to sea by tho tug Ja- Â¬ cob Brandon goiug past tho revenuo cutter Colfax On tho schooner wns General Nunez and another officer of tho Cuban army a Cuban pilot und Captain John OBrien of tho filibustering tug Dauntless At the sea buoy they wcut on board tho Joues anchored near by and Captain OBrion took chargo of mo expcaiiion a nawscr was mauo fast from tho Jones to tho schooner and early Friday morning the tug steamed to tho south with her tow Tho Jacob Brandon returned to Southport Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ en tno Way down tno coast no pore was entered but off Palm Beach on tho coast of Florida 02 Cubans wero taken on board The Jones then towed tho schooner to tho Bahamas nud iu tho vicinity anchored in tho open sea on Tuesday May 18 On Thursday morning Mny 20 tho filibuster Dauntless hovo iu sight and camo alongsido tho Jones nnd tho schooner Sho coaled from tho schooner took a cargo of arms from tho Jones and with Captain OBrien in command headed for tho Cuban coast nbont CO miles away Sho left tho Jones be tween 8 nnd 0 oclock Thursday night mndo a successful landing 111 Cuba near Matanznn aud after an absence of 24 hours cxnctlr returned to tho Jones took another cargo of war material and started for Cuba Friday night On tho last trip General Nunez and tho 02 Cu bans left tho Jones nnd went on board tho Dauntless and accompanied Captuiu OBrien When tho Dauntless left with her sec ond cargo tho Joues coaled from tho schooner towed her off Capa Canaveral Fla and tnrncd her loose Sho sailed back and got into Southport yesterday morning Tho cargo carried out of hero was valued at 78000 and is said to havo been tho second largest over landed iu Cuba Tho member of tho crow nbovo ro fcrrcd to says thero is no truth iu tho story that tho Joues was chased and fired on by n Spanish war vessel Tho Jones novcr saw tho Binoko of Euch a war vessel whilo on her trip Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 fWK QtaDflffl AKlrtfi POWDER Absolutely Pure TOWDKB CO Celeb aieil for its Teat leavening Mrenilh and liealthfulnri Atiurrs the food aninti alum on J all foimt of odullrralion oommen to the cheat brands KOYAL KAKING NEW 0K apain agrees to enter into negotiations looking to a salo of Cuba Tho sanction of tho junta was given to tho proposed institution ol corrcspondeuco having in viow tho relinquishment of control iu Cuba by Spain for a monetary consideration Tiie amount which tho Cubans aro willing to pay if discussed was not divulged Â¬ RECOGNIZED Tho Culian Dclesnta Uiiolliclally Itecelreil nt tho Stnto Department Washin otoni May 31 For tho first timo a representative of tho Cuban juuta has been received at tho stato de- Â¬ PALMA I REPORT ON THE RUIZ CASE Consul General Ico Senile IManatchei a Mraterloua Stranger 11 partment Columbus O May 31 Just 0110 wcok from tho date of his arrest by tho United States authorities charged with defalcations that aggregate 500000 tho doors of tho Ohio penitentiary Saturday night at 1015 clanked behind John I Johnson tho Loguusport bank wrecker Ho was brought from Indiuunpolis by Depaty United States Marshal Jerry O Foloy and upon his ndmission was as bfgued to Cell I Raugo I and Corridor I iu Block K and L When escorted ifto tho guard room aud searched ho was self collected dap- Â¬ per as ever aud polito to all The men tal struggle ho endurcdwos notovfdenced by facial expression Ho talked pleasantly to Warden Coffin Captain Lau donbergcr aud tho guards and when led back to his cell in tho now hallway he remarked that whatever else tho newspapers might say ho was snro they could not call him a coward Ho was fanltlossly clad iu n dark busi Â¬ ness suit aud appeared a model of neat ness Deputy Marshal Foley stated that Johnson read tho Biblo tho greater part of tho way from Indianapolis Tho rest of tho timo chatted about tho crops and potntod out what ho termed inaccuracies iu the nowspapcr reports ot his crime He told Foley that iu 1893 ho began gambling iu stocks ou tho boards of tmdo of Chicago Detroit aud Toledo Ho did so for tho purposo of getting out of a debt that ho had assumed for his father Deputy Foley states that John- Â¬ sons little girl aged 11 years knows nothing of her papas misfortune and has only been told that he has had to go away to stay a long timo It was only wheu Johnson took from his pocket tho picture of his little girl aud kissed it that ho showed signs of According to tho rales of tho emotion penitentiary ho will with good behavior as a result of his 10 years sou tcuco servo just six years and four months His coll is in what is known as Bankers Row where all tho noted bank wreckers uro coulliicd It is un- Â¬ derstood that within two weeks John sou will bo assigned to a clerkship in tho wardens ollloo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ haut JTj faenor To mas Kstrado Palma head of tho Cuba junta of New York chief del egate in tho United States of tho Cuban government called at tho department Secretary Sherman in oxtcuding tho invitation to Scuor Palma was obliged to do so unofficially nud to reccivo him as an American citizen Tho president was also unofficially awnro of his visit Tho proposition that tho Cubans buy tho island wns discussed by Secretary Sherman Assistant Secretary Day nnd Scuor Palma It was indicated by Scnor Palma that the insurgents uro willing to purchase their freedom nt a reasonable price A full understanding prevailed that tho necessary funds could bo easily secured to fioat tho bonds whenever Â¬ Havana May 31 Tho commission conducting tho inquiry iuto tho cirenm stances surrounding tho death of Dr Ruiz closed its labors at an early hour Saturday A mysterious messenger from Washington camo from Tainpn on the steamer Masrotte Saturday morning but did not land Mr Fishback secretary of tho commission accompanied by Consul Gen eral Leos bon went on board tho steam er beforo ho sailed and held a brief consultation with tho stranger and it is supposed that they delivered to him tho report of tho commission nnd other highly important dispatches from Consul General Leo aud Mr Calhoun who wns selected to investigate Dr Ruizs death The Hubbard Milling company nnd It D Hubburd of Mankato Minn lmvo failed Hubbard estimated liU llubllltloj nt t 0 0 0 und assets not over I33J0J0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i mJZm VVf FU OIES - fa 111 T- V- rj- - casffisj VIGILANCE RELAXED Church fathering Tex May 31 Tho Sweethome neighborhood was assembled at Salem church eight miloj from hero yester Â¬ day iu obsorvanco of Decoration Day Two young mou Will Lowis aud Wit Boaworth wero among tho number Bad blood existed between them too They much talk being tho causo walked away from the crowd togother und stopped after going some distance appearing to talk tho matter over very calmly Ouo turned as it to leave when tho other drew a revolver Tho tother wheeled aud both fired about tho samo instaut and continued uutil their rovolvers wero empty BOth wero dead when their friends got to thorn Every ballot firoa by each man took effect in his opponent Lowls was shot threo times through tlie body aud onco through the arm Boswortn was hit twico iu the head twico iu tho Ixxly nud onco in tho leg Tho duel could havo been prevented out every ono thoutrht when tney walkod away that thoy woro likely to patch up their troubles aim oa tnia waa oeurau may were allowed a clear Held -- ii DUEL TO DEAtH Two Young Men Kill linch Other at a Another llreak Has Oeeurred In tho Levee Jmt UeIor Uaton ltuuge New Ohlbaxs May 31 A crovasso resulting from over confidence and relaxation of vigilance occurred at 0 oclock yesterday morning at the lovee at Courads Point four miles by rail be- Â¬ low Baton Rougo ou tho east side of the Mississippi river At 3 oclock yester day meriting information was rccoived at Baton Rougo that tho lovco at Conrads sugar houso was lcakiug badly und that a crovasso was likely to occur at any moment There had been a feoling of almost perfect security throughout that section land tho thought of a crovasso had not cntitnd into tho calculation of things likely to tako place There wero no laborers within call as they had all been discharged nud sent to their homes The lovoo authorities at Baton Rougo hastily gathered togother a force of men and placing thorn on barges of material which liappeued to bo nnchored along tho front of the Burtou sawmill and by 4 oclock a tug was towing tho bargos of men and material to tho sccno of danger At 0 oclock shortly before tho barges arrived at tho plantation tho leveo TiuMt with a loud report and tho water iu a stream forty feet wide and soyen feet deep poured through tho breaks and spread rapidly over tho fcrtila lands lu tho vicinity Tho officials of tho Pont chartralu lovee dlstriot and Of tho Illi- Â¬ nois Central railroad aro on hand with largo forces of raon nnd unlimited sup plies ot material and will no doubt suc- Â¬ ceed in closing the break before any very serious damage k done to the ad jfaccnt plantations Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m kPHK SKTl rWXawJI SF3 0i wTi Until you sec the 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carrying aroand Ucye tha his nook tha frame of ha ww front lotfca in his Vbaol threw Tiotonily to the mmmt and r- baiT4 laJartaa from whkfc ha shortly alfarwarA ws Hook Miller tUt Co Ms Hardinsburg K n ft ryjipwjamRWimm THR Breckekridge Hews HARDINSBURG BREXGKEIISIHIDQEl NEXWS OLxOYKRPORT KV BRANDENBURG I-- climbing lot him tako others With him Whllo gainirg power dont forget that there are outlols Into spico for others m 3 4 T G Baggage Editors ul Prepttitri Strawberries abundant and cheap LH W TIME TABLE Ho wants boys and men to stand to their Mrs J D Hardin Is having her home 0010 WHT chosen work like a mason to bis wall WEDNESDAY UNE 2 1897 much improved Keep tbe samo loyel rise together Mr Piutnxer Dally arr Hardlniburg lJiJl pm Dr Pusey reports the health cf town Button and Mr Hardesty have taught ooixa hit nnd country unusually fine us n most excellent school 8hall wo riMDf r Dally arr IUrdtniburg 7t30 m Dr nnd Mrs J It Dowden spent Sun Â¬ keep them Tho community must day with Mr and Mrs Abram Ditto answer tho question OWJ SCHOOL I am still repairing watches clocks Long Branch Vk understand that Trot Logan will Bert Moremon was hero from Shaw not be an applicant or tbe public school Jewelry sllverwaro and speclacles T ncetown lost week Ills wlfo and babo 0 Lewis as It baa boon run heretofore IN My Bhop is well equipped for all returned with him II ho should conclude to remain bo will make somo needed Improvements repairs of time keeping machinery Dr J R Dowden has returned from in tbe present arrangements by pro- Every thing done first class Como sco Cincinnati whero he went in the inter Â¬ viding a nine months course for each me T 0 Lewis est of his profession dentistry grade instead of endeavoring to carry It A Bro Irtto and wife attended District A Richardson Garfield is the out in his department alone place to buy goods cheap Millinery a Conferoncont Ilardinsburg their home What Cloverport needs Is better school specialty this season Ladles hats last year which mnJo tho trip a twofold In Company With a New York facilities more teachers and better sala Â¬ trimmed in tho latest stylo Country pleasure Banker Squire Ludwell ries paid to them produce taken in exchange- - for goods Meads Bilver Democrats nro vociferous Good salaries secure good teachers Footo Makes For fear of some misunderstanding on in their claims for tho Hon Gus W good teachers make good schools good Richardson as tho nomineo for Clerk of account of Mr Klncheloo closing out schools make good citizens and good bis jewolry business I wish to havo it tho Court of Appeals citizens make a good state Childrens Day next Sunday at tho A Tour of the County and Writes With choice books for teachers and understood I am not closing out my pupils worthy and competent school repair shop but will do all repairs in my Methodist church A verv interesting Interestingly of What He Â¬ officers thoroughly prepared teachers lino as heretofore Bring me your work program is being gotten up for tho occayou will be pleased both with work and sion Everybody cordially invited of noble purpose and pure character Saw and Done Your jeweler Mrs C G Morcmcn MIes Linnle and what more is needed to turn out good price T 0 Lewis Henry with others whose names I did citizens and maken great community Iva Baaham was brought hero and not learn went down on tho Buckeyo town needs to wake up to the im- Â¬ This GOL LAFE GREENS PLANTATION portance of good schools We are fall lodged in jail last Friday on the charge State last Sunday to meet Taraccon and ing behind in this particular instead of of murder 0 L Pate arrested him In return progressing The interest on the part Grayson county Basham killed Harvey Mr Jess Ashcratt has appendicitis of parents is lagging Mn EniTon When I saw you last I There seems to be Byers down at tho big cut near Asking Dr Dugau came down and with our last January Ho immediately fled tho physicians and several others in tho was expecting a visit from my cousin L a dont care This is not the way to buildup a good country and has been a fugativo ever county an operation was performed I D Alexander of Now York and you school A town without a good school since Basham is only soventeen years hear ho Is resting comfortably asked me to wrlto up something Well has no attraction for anybody It is the of age and is a beardless youthful look Wo are looking forward to Commence- Â¬ to begin with Lawrence Is tho oldest son Tho man he killed was in a ment first thing they inquire about So if lug fellow week with much pleasure Tho of Junius B Alexander and was born G3 we expect our town to build up difficulty with some ono else at the time contest In elocution will bo held Satur years ago at tho old stono mill on Doe progress and prosper we must see to it All of them were on tho big road and day night Juno 12 Commencement Run His father then owned it and also drinking A row came up between that our schools are kept up and graduating pregram Juno 14 nnd 15 was selling goods in tho house now occu- Â¬ Byers and Dellaven Basham run in nnd About 1847 bo June the month of rosep is regarded as pied by Geo Yeakel Sick headache can be quickly and struck Byers over the head with a heavy moved to Daviess county and soon be bridal month May has long been re Â¬ completely overcome by using those piece of timbor of some kind and killed camo ono of the leading farmers in tho famous little pills known as DeWitls him He Immediately left the country garded as bringirg bad luck to bridal Beech Woods and at the same time was couples Howoyer In this town May Little Early llisere Haynes and was not caught up with until arrest- Â¬ Short president of tho bank in Owensboro a has been tho banner month for wed- Â¬ ed last week by constable Pate branch of tho Southern bank of Ken- Â¬ A WABNINO dings tucky which he managed very success- Â¬ neglect a cough because-- the Dont Mr and Mrs Stuart Pecklnpaugh neo fully for a few years when he was called Is pleasant before the next Emma D McGbee are visiting tho To the National Democrts of Breck weather Â¬ storm rolls around it may develop into a grooms parents They will be here this to Louisville to tako chargo of tho SouthHo remained there a few ern bank enridge County serious difficulty beyond repair Ono week Minute Cough Cure is easy to take and Life with alt itsyleds ofjoy and woo nnd hope years and formed a partnership with II D Newcomb and went to St Louis and and fear TheSilverites claiming the name with- Â¬ will do what its namo implies Short opened a wholesale grocery store in the I just their chance o the prlie of learning love out the substance of being the Demo- Â¬ Haynes Co Ha Wo of this burg are gad to seo that namo of Alexander Newcomb cratic party of Kentucky will hold their Griffin M Lovelace son of Rev S II was soon elected president of tbe bank WEBSTER State Convention at Frankfort on the Â¬ Lovelace has won tho Founders Medal of Missouri which under his manage 2d of June to nominate a candidate for He went ment was very successful at Vanderbilt University Clerk of the Court of Appeals Why is Rev Mr Blackberry w inter Loveiaco warfour pastorhere at ono time through some stringent times and tho so much zeal shown for the nomination A great many people are having chills and we all still feel a lively Interest in somo heavy runs were mado on bis of a candidate for a third rate office It banks lib always stood tbe strain Mrs Henry Beard was quite sick last him and his family is simply to become a test of the strength and met his demands in gold if wanted of the party Free Silverisra Bryanism week Miss Lula Lewis will leavo this week From St Louis bo wont to New York A good crowd at Sunday school last for Bowling and the objectionable features of the Green to attend tho closing and formed a partnership with A D Chicago Platform of 1S9C cannot win in Sunday exercises of Potter ColIg whero her Kelly in the banking business where ho Kentucky The writer will say In ad- Â¬ Richard Hall of Garfield was here sisters Mary and Bess have been for the made a fortune and retired some twenty vance that the said Convention will re- Â¬ Sunday scholastic term Mr J W Lewis will years ago affirm and adopt the Chicago Platform S G Hook Garfield was circulating join his daughters later when they will Mr St John who was treasurer in tbo as a whole not oven eliminating one ob- Â¬ among us Sunday return by way of Nashville Tenn Bryan canvass was partly raised in his jectionable clause Democratic suprem Â¬ The Courier Journal warns people bank and Lawrenco D Alexander mar Â¬ Mr Vittitoe of Irvington was doir acy will as3ert Itself with all its pristine about remaining away from tho Dem Â¬ ried his slstor Orliye St John and Is somo painting here last week vigor so soon as the anti Democratic Mr Felix of Olaton Ohio county ocratic Convention to day at Frankfort now doing -- business at 50 Broadway heresies are expunged from its platform The Dispatch does likewise Each under the namo ot L u Alexander of principles and when that good day visited Brandom Carden last week severe in its criticism with words of cen- Â¬ Co Mr Prout of Corbin Ky joined bis dawns upon us we will sweep Kentucky sure only for each wing Please again After slaying with me a few days we wife last Sunday on a visit to Mr Wm with our wonted majorities some ono define that great word Har were met at Irvington by my son Edwin What made it possible to elect Wm Halls mony and oblige a seeker for Union of S Foote of Owonsboro and to Ilardins Â¬ McKinley Silverisml What made it Several went from here to Sample Sun Â¬ forces burg we went We dined with my possible to elect Wm 0 Bradloy 811 day thinking It was Chlldrens Day Decorating the graves of fellow com V G Babbage and in the even Â¬ verism What made it possible to elect there rades In a lost cause with impressive ing went to seo tho old stone bouse of Deboe a United States Senator Silver Harry Stewart and wife visited her ism I What made it possible to turn over brother Mr Shumate near Guston last ceremonies by ex Confederato veterans Mrs Daniels where Lawrences father touched as usual Southern hearts clerked at 5 a month in 1830 31 the year tho offices of Breckenridge county to the Sunday Rev Mr Overton or Buck Overton I was born Republicans Silverism A great many people from hero will of the Orphans Brigade who is tho Pre Tho next morning we visited tbo Pres And until we get back to first princi Â¬ take in Childrens Day at Bewleyville siding Elder of our district offered up ident and cashier of tbo bank of Ilar- Â¬ ples the Republicans will hold us down the opening prayer most beautiful most dinsburg and then a pleasant visit to It may be palliative to the spleen of the next Sunday Mrs Vivian Daniel and daughter in com- Â¬ Joe Ciaycomb and Wathen Hender Â¬ touching it was unthoughtful to cry out Bolter and Tho races at Glen Fount attracted quite pany with my daughter Mrs Babbage Traitor but such epithets win nothing son visited in Hardin county several A good many ladies were Then a lunch and wo took tho train to a turnout Read and analyze the Indianapolis days last week Henry Simmons and Mies Alma out I was not present but have re Â¬ Col Greens at the Falls of Rough Platform and ask yourself Is it Demo- Â¬ At Kirk Jollys and Glendeane sta- Â¬ cratic 7 Read and analyze the Chicago Orendorf report a plesant visit to Bewley- Â¬ ports to the effect that much interest was manifested with spirited betting tions the country looked better than Platform and ask yourself Is it Demo- Â¬ ville last Sunday passed over itten years ago At cratic in all Its parts Echo answers Steve Hall will soon bo on the road Tom Ramsoys horio was the winner when I George McAulifTs horse flaw tho track tho Falls tho Colonel met us and bad our yea to the former and nay to the latter with grip in hand representing a Louisran into a barbed wire fence and injured baggago taken to bis hospitable homo And now in conclusion let us urce ville grocery house Tho rider made a narrow es- where wo spent part of three days The that in the event tho Frankfort Conven Â¬ T B Henderson and Charley Clay himself cape The meat exciting feature of tbe water was muddy and wo could not fish tion places their platform on the same comb attended district conference at day was a foot raco Henry Nevitt was but the Col and his sons Willis and plane as last year the National Demo Â¬ Ilardinsburg last week Master Robert made our time paes fast easy winner crats will call a Convention to nominate Payne Compton have their store and agreeably a Clerk of the Court of Appeals on true Over in Franco one M Melino made a house completed and it Is a credit to tbe The morning after our arrival three Democratic principles speech in which ho urged the nccersity firm as well as to the town nice saddle horses were brought to tho The Silverltes are simply gnawing a of settling the Monetary problem and door and we set out to ride over tbe farm Miss Lizzie Hall contemplates a crofile The judgment of the civilized toasted the Union Franco and these world is against them and nation after quet party now which is looked forward United States wonder if everybody but after riding all day we never saw tho nation is coming over to the gold stand Â¬ to with happy anticipation by the young wouldnt urge the settling of tho financial half In the first half I counted thirty five ard and parenthetically this does not folks problem McKinley and bis followers G G Jordan is smiling from tho fact we thought were dead sure to start the head of two year old high grade heifers preclude the use of Bllver at all There is no record of any nation having once that be is the happy grand father of girl ball but anyhow Wolcott and Stevenson short horns also some horses mules and In another field I counted adopted tho gold standard dropping it baby born to tbe wife of Mack Payne are having a goodtlrao if bimetallic com ponies about ICO head of high grade steers to go back to the sliver standard The May 28 missions never settlo knotty questions many of them fine The cows calves fight Is over In all tho rest of the civil Â¬ N D Payne and Mrs Taylor Bandy Pity our brilliant Kentucky Editor and bulls made up about 250 head all in ized world and it is virtually over In tbe went to Stepbensport last Friday to seo United States although there are some tuelr mother Mrs Jas Payno who is and ex PresIdent Cleveland a unit on good order two or three lots of bogs Monetary affairs cant bridge tho chasm being fed for market Sixty five ponies still clamoring for free silver The adopt- Â¬ very low of revenue reform forget tho Chicago and nice ones at that a fine red polled ion of this folly has already cost the How many men do you know who Convention of 02 etc and so on but if bull and casbmero goats Democrats enough without repeating It have increased their wealth or added to Mr Cleveland has a scintilla of my feel The Colonel is not cultivating so ex- Â¬ and It will cost them tho loss of tbe tho number of their friends by actively ings a friend who would mistreat him tensively as usual but grassing There Clerk of the Court of Appeals engaging in politics once could never bold the citadel of is about 450 to dOO acres in clover orchard The Chicago Platform Is a deadfall Rev G W St Clair returned home confidence and affection rgiln The grass timothy Ac 100 acres in wheat CO and destroys nearly all who get under It Crazes like this cannot last long They last Sunday from Chicago where he had vital air of f riendshi p Is composed of con- Â¬ in oats and 230 being planted in corn burn themselves out and then tho de- beon as a delegate to the Genoral Assem Â¬ fidence It perislu s in proportion as this There is more good land than I expected to see in hotter condition and much ceived face about and cry out Where bly of the Cumberland Presbyterian air diminishes church are wo at I quoto from Tom Wat- Â¬ Commencement Day is to bo abolish- Â¬ more of it 3000 in borne farm and 7000 son ed in some of our city schools Tho cus- Â¬ besides A lumber yard with about one Natlbnal Democrats of Brecken Â¬ Tkkbidlb Accident It is a terrible million and a half feet and sawing about ridge county and all holding our views accident to be burned or scalded but tom is condemned as it is claimed tho 25000 feet a day A grist mill and a of the fitness of things govern yourselves tho pain and agony and poor child is not on an equal footing tho frightful good one n first class country store and accordingly disfigurements can be quickly overcome with the rich Olten poor children can- Â¬ my list is not halt through His son R L Nswbom County Chm not purchase the necessary outfit and without leaving a scar by using DeWltts Willis who is a partner takes a good will quit sclool before school closes Witch Hazel Salve Short Haynes 8100 Beward 8100 Diplomas will be presented in tbe school deal of work off bis bands as does Frank J J Husk purchased a farm of 01 room hereafter Simplicity in Gradua Peyton and Mr Storms in the store and The readers of this paper will be pleased Charloy Gross superintends the farm to learn that there is at least one dread- Â¬ acres near Hawcsvllle Consideration ting and Commencement drerses is the 211 a part of tho farm was sold at tbe rule now A sweet pretty white dress But Mr Green tho be Is as cool as a ed disease that science has been able to costs little and can bo made at home cucumber and takes things easy I notic cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh court bouse Monday In Hawesville Why should people of modorato means ed that ho had an eye on everything that Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive Sutherland Eagle Eye Salve is new strive to keep pace with thoso more fa Â¬ was going on I never saw a man with cure known to the medical fraternity so much on bis mind that was better Away with it I It is a fallacy Catarrh being a constitutional disease and orsinal in stvie of nackaco and vored posted about It medical qualities It is perfectly barm requires a constitutional treatment Last Friday night Brandenburg Nor t I notjee that tho Col baa an ice house less contains no lead and is a guaran- Â¬ Halls Catarrh Curo Is taken internally teed curd for granulated lids sore eyes mal held Its last Literary for the scholas- mint patch a box of good cigars and acting directly on the blood and mucous tic year It was as usual quite Interest- Â¬ something else they do say Is invigorat Â¬ surfaces of the system thereby destroy Â¬ or styes Short Haynes ing Mr A 0 Burton was called upon ing but not stupifying ing tbe foundation of tbe disease and A good many of the farmers are done for closing remarks when bo responded Well I set out to write you a short let- Â¬ giving tbe patient strength by building setting tobacco tbe acreage in this vicin- Â¬ in bis usual happy vein He is a stout ter I am not half through and J have up the constitution and aritlBg aature ity will be about the same as last year champion of adhesive qualities choose talked about what I fear wont interest is doing Its work Tbe proprietors have your profession or vocation bo sure you many Now if this is published and you oaatKb faith In its curative powers Who can fall to take advantage of this are right and stick therein lies power want any mora of the same sort will I that they offer Ose Hundred Dollars lor offer Send 10 cento to us for a gener Ills Ideas of a soulful individual pleased Miab my trip to Me4e county In anoth aay ease that It fails to cure for chm trial rise or ask your druggist Ask me most He wants aud sayg a man or er letter lietaofUttlMoaial for Elys Cra Balm the moat positive women ruuet have a soul reaching oat to I left Lawrence with tbe good peopU AdOre F J CII ENE Y A C TeW 0 twiamk eN Fall rise 50 cento humanity to accomplWi great tkiagj ia of Bfftukburg L A Faom by DiitwUto 7fc mrBoM XCY BROS 60 Warns St N Y City U1M world Te tto od white om to Pilot Rid BwekMridt eotwty Ky The Foot 4Kb61 a Fly will iay an eminent Engliih doctor carry enough poison to Infect a house- Â¬ In lummer time more espec- Â¬ hold ially disease germs fill the air multi Â¬ tudes are Infected fall HI die multi Â¬ tudes escape These messengers of mischief do not exist for millions Why not Because they are healthy and strong protected as a crocodile Is against gun Â¬ shot It is the weak the wasted the thin blooded who fall those who have no resistive power so that a sudden cough or cold develops Into graver disease We hear of catching disease Why not catch health i We can do it by always maintaining our healthy weight gk Ji WE doods at 101 Prlee Â¬ life SIX PAGES Never before havo wc been better prcpnrcd to supply the wants of our customers in the way cf SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE and at so remarkably Low Prices IT IS GREAT VALUES In Spring and Summer Goods that wc have to show you now Wc have bought largely and at the closest Spot Cash Prices All the newest of this seasons productions for both Men and Womens wear you will find in great variety here and theprice w c ask is a saving price for you to pay a BACK THE THIRTIES INVITE COMPARISON and a carcfulinspcction of our oflcrings this season Every piece of goods in our store is a bargain at the price wc ask for it Wc bought at such low prices that wc can undersell all all competitors You can save money by buying from us Â¬ All Calicoes 4c and 5c yd 2000 yds of Matting worth 15c 20c Dimities worth 15c our price 10c 25c and 35c our price to close Grenadines worth 25c our price 20c ioc 12AC and 15c of Cod liver Oil is condensed nourish- Â¬ Dotted Swisses all shades worth Black Silk Veiling worth 20c our ment food for the building up of the price 5c yd 20c our price 10c system to resist the attacks of disease Linen Madras Lawn worth 15c Fringed lied Damask Table Cloths It should be taken in reasonable dosea worth 7c our price 40c our price ioc all summer long by all those whose New Linen Lawns worth 15c nur A Good Coficc at ioc lb weight is below the standard of health An Extra Good Green Coffee at price ioc If you are losing ground try a bottle Linen Duck worth 20c our price I2c lb now Extra Fine Red and White Kidney ioc Lawns worth 6c our price 4c Beans for Seed at 1 per bushel Far sale by all draggtaU at jec and 1000 yds Lace all worth 5c io 15c Salt worth 125 per bbl our price our price ic to close 90c per bbl THE PEOPLES PARTY itonairs Ladies Kid Gloves all Our Mattings and Kid Gloves are fresh goods worth 100 to 250 our price 50c pair Special Big Bargains Indorse the Fusion Made In Breck enridge and Hancock for Lo- Â¬ Our Millinery Goods go at the same close prices We have sold our first stock and bought new fresh goods Ladies Hats from cal Offices 25c up Wc have no especial day in the week for Bargains Ibvinoton May 25 The Pooplos Par- Â¬ ty met hero in Convention anu adopted the following resolutions Resolutions We the delegates of the 10th Sanator ia district of Kentucky in Convention assembly reaiilrm our laitn in tbe prin- Â¬ ciples of tbo Peoples Party as laid down at Omaha and St Louis Wo belloye that common honesty de Â¬ mands that where an honorable Uuion has been effected between the Peoples Party and another political organization and candidates placed in tho field by said combination that all truo Populist will glvo all said candidates from first to last tneir unwavering support We fur Â¬ ther believe that the great need of re- Â¬ form alone the lines of land transporta tion and Money demands that the Peo ples Party shall live and should Nation- Â¬ al Chairman Butler refuse to call a National Conference before July 4 1897 thereby letting us know where we are at and that in the future we shall never be traded nor sold wo shall follow tbo lead of the Reform Press Association pro- viueu u snau at its coming j uiy moetin g adhere strictly to overy cardinal doctrine as laid down at Omaha and St Louis Fusion having been agreed to on coun- Â¬ ty offices in Breckenridge and Hancock counties it is understood that the State Senator is not included in tho fusion and tho name of the Senator must not appear under the fusion device in thoso two counties Candy Cathartic euro constipation forever tOcSSc It C C O fall druggists refund money Bargain Day Comes Eveiy Day in the Week With Us AND OUR MOTTO IS QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS AND ONE PRIOE TO ALL ADDISON P DICK We are The Grocers DW Have you been to see us lately If not perhaps Youve GREGORY AAftAAA Educate Your Howell With Cuicnreta Missed Something GTBSON CLOVEItrOItT KY Free Pills Send your address to II E Bucklen Co Chicago and get a free samplo box of Dr Kings Now Life Pills A trial will convince you of their merits These pills are easy in action and are particular- Â¬ ly effective in tbo cure of Constipation and Sick Headache For Malaria and Liver troubles they havo beon proved invaluable They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious sub Â¬ stance and to be purely vegetable They do not weaken by their action but by giving tone to stomach and bowels great Â¬ ly invigorate tbe system Regular size 25c per bottle Sold by A R Fisher Druggist Â¬ son-in-la- w Â¬ AAAAAAAAAAAAAAkAAVAW VVVWAMM 1 111 M 1 Â¬ FIOCKI TO THE HON Where Great Bargains STORE jr f Are Being offered Clothing Etc Faati worth J300 for Shoe worth J j 00 for Ladles Slippers worth f 175 for Mens Ittts worth ijo for Childrens Woolen Han worth 123 And Everything 3 53 Dry Goods 4c 7 - I m apiiim Â¬ and Whiskey Habits cured at homo with Â¬ out pain Book of car W tlctiii lent FREE W BMWOOLLEYMD 4WIMMMMH Ofllco 1M N Pryor BU Atlanta Uu 13 115 100 Fine Cashlmere worth 35c yd for per yard Lawn aolbs Granulated Sugar for Green Coffee worth soc lb 7 lbs for Proportion fn this Lino Groceries J 100 Â¬ Â¬ Dont use Drugs E BAKER There are other Pebbles on the Beach jo Cut to ieo 1 sample rfvwwvvwwyvW In this case the other pebble Is THE BUCKENSDERFER If you cant pronounce the name spell It A typewriter visible writing per menant alignment interchangeable pe direct printing and inking Not a toy but a real thing Weight six pounds rrlce3500 Â¬ Â¬ Unless you need them and then only Iunn drugs such as are 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 Worth of Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes bought for Spot Cash and at Our Own Price We intend to put these goods on sale time now to begin that medi and make the greatest SENSATION ever heard of Con cine sult your interest nnd attend this Sale We carry a complete line of nil 50 pieces of Fancy Calicoes worth 6c our price jc lot Childrens Hose only 5c known patent medicines i H Good Ginghams ecj ic Ask to lee our Window Shades at ijc Ij Irish Lawns t lot Boys Suits worth ioo at Toilet goods of every descrip74c Flit Percales 8c jc lot Mens Suits samples worth 6 our pilce3 98 tion 100 pes Dcst Hooiler Cotton Prices right c 4c Fercale Shirts Si8S88S8SS8S8g8S WomjUcl Agfnt2l6BlhttUaKy WEST VIRGINIA SUPPLY CO Ocnertl Aetnli for Kr ind Vi AMTHEEDEAl 8542 DOLLARS 1 1 Â¬ AMON M KINCHELOE Ladies Vests Good Heavy Suspenders 1 lot small beck White Goods 1 iocj A yjcj jjcj Ik 101 HARDINSBURG KY Utst Blue Coltoaada Pants 3 pieces ol nisck Henrietta cloth 35c I piece of Heavy Serge Blue 40c Gents Celulold Collars only jo pairs Heivy Nelson Socks only wens fine rut Hits samples j jc iV oSc 4gc l9C Sc 15c IS 49e see j0 Je so lbs Good Sugar 15c Green Coffee at oc Pure New Orleans Molasses our price f 100 Tea our price Good Green Tea Gold Dust j cjectric Btarca GROCERIES lx isU 15 jo J t Wool Chickens and Eggs wanted at Highest Market Price Â¬ ryc v u mi tela iMa 3lx A V When you Co - vA Hardlniburg STOP ATTH rx 2fo GEO YEAKEL THE GREAT BARGAIN STORE CO JJUJNT FORGET THIS Brandtnbur Kr juy Sd BARNES HOUSE iMt Aooommodatiom Good Sample Room Only 100 Par Day - ebara or pokoa it with blue maa but aid Mtwt u Btttr by ualng LWUta Little AiWrew 0 rre Buckmhudok Miiw liken the iamoiu little pilla for eoaetl Oroverport Ky ten patloa bilioaeoeea ud ftomaeb m4 sMourowtkMd7uM GuaraaiMrf - Wanted Book keeper t take pi Mt of booka in LouUville Ky be ahla In Intra mtxvir In 11 liiUm Opportttiltr Dont thin your blood with mamUtm foe WM mWjEnSwK bk jr u altk I Jiver trouble They 8tsort A Heyae e purely THEX Breckenridge A BREOKKNRIDQR NEWS OLOYKRPORT KY cecapo with a relatively low tax Tho cbango will not protect or promote tho manufacture of pure linen fabrics in the United States for tho most sangutno champions of tho manufacturers hardly claim that goods wholly of linen can be made with profit In this country except of a low grado of crashes and in limited amounts In most of tho American manufactures linen is mixed with cotton and nearly all the linen yarns are spun nbroad The rent beneficiary of tho complicated linen Bchodulo is tho manu- Â¬ facturer of linen threads He has pros pered greatly on a duty of 33 per cent If his advantage over foreign competitors ran be doubled as the general tax on linens is his prosperity will increase accordingly And here again wo strike the Inovlta bio vice of tho whole Dingley Aldrlch system Thread is essentially and necessarily a material of manufacture Not an inch of it is used except in making something else Taxes on thread must therefore increaso tho cost of whatever it enters into It is a clog on American industry not on aid to it The same thing is truo of tho axes an tho linen fabrics that enter into clothing trunks boots and Bhocs bookbinding furniture Â¬ Â¬ News 2 1897 but theso PfEDNESDAY JUNE AHDY GATHARIIC SYSTEM n is - w luW Mfcavt Huts in Sunday School ujierauuuo by Ms Mauds Adkhson btforothe 1 CUREC0H5TIPAT10H 10 cadfc ALL mp or tripe not rims cat llTN RKMKPt CO Chlfiyo Honlrtil Cm AND TUITION m PATS BOARD rt i 2 SzysJ lVv fwYXSl iiAAiyL Jf FOR SALE CHEAP old and one 3 Ta Ct Itvcrythlnz furnished far Ihe Special SummtrTtrm of S weeks which begins June S 1807 All our stu Â¬ dents will hare the oppor Â¬ tunity of attending the i not bo divided Read thorn a bright worth attending now I say boom them story after tho lesson with amoral to It for all they aro worth How many of and boo which one can toll you first what our Sunday schools that have died can- Â¬ Si tho moral is Glvo them surprises often not trace tho cause of their death and keep tho little minds constantly to the fact that they were composed of a BitV comnato with tho attractive wondering what is coming next No select few and only those few ever knew of tho world I shall feel that I general law can he laid down for this what was going on or what the Sunday work The need itself will suggest the school expected to accomplish The Irtii liilnnM mAn nils AninH IUU UJUU UiJU JLUC UintUUOD CUtCIO lln method J Sunday school that puts its candle yeowaercial world in tills day of com- Get spiritually close to our boyB and thus under a bushel is sure to go out petition with only a poor stock of goods girls but In doing this dont attempt to therefore set your light on tho highest mkI neglects to advertiso even what ho put old heads on young shoulders They point that it may shed its rays abroad Sees have and the organisation that need o know that they may bo boys over your community and men will the world of usefulness without nnd girls without protest and with no then see your good works and bo attract- Â¬ attractive features and falls to spread disapproval of conscience ed theroby Scatter the news in every before tho world its alms nnd purposes They need to know that religion street and alley of your town in the jsost end in completo failure means a larger lovlier llfo for body country districts at every availablo pub- Â¬ So I say to those who desire and mind and soul that nothing that lic spot wherover it is likely to reach expect to interest the young people of brings the flush of health to the cheek even a single bouI the church and tho world 1st Mako calls forth moro vigorous thought en There are so many ways we can do plfcyour Sunday Echool bright interesting kindles enthusiasm brings them in a this and with little expense aad attractive and 2nd Lat tho world word into contact with what Is a good This stanza from tho pen of one of our r know what vou have already nccom- - anywhere is to be shunned or apoliglzed modern poets is as full of direful warn- Â¬ ijpllelied and what you Lave now to offer for that the one thing to be ashamed ing to our Sunday schools as to individu- Â¬ of is Bin lowering us as it does in our als Listen JandavBchool is a business institution self respect dread prophecy of our lleilde lifsi cold atd gloomy stream and think that tho church with all of degradation in tho sight of angels and You ttand upon a dangerou brink its departments must take care of itself men Forgotten all betaute you never used Rnough of printers Ink Klaad that people will take interest in it Look into the Individual character Ijgtf simply beeause it is the church How all of us like to see our names in istics of your scholars and find out in fr JLilUb 1UIUIi UU lUf BKUUg U1U 111 which direction each ones talent lies print especially a notice in a newspaper ryjiirist but it is not tue way to uutiu up then see that it is utilized This is a commending us for something wo have be work and win others from the ranks training Echool for christian workers and done So have your eoclety Sunday school of Bin Sunday school is a business you must look after thoso who aro institution to aid the church in soul- - different An encouraging smile or look committees get out some neat folders winning as announcing time of same field ira rj to cover thatsuch it has theorganizations may be all that is needed to break tho of Sunday school and place and meeting Bociety all worldly church ice of silenco and it is your place to combined hence the rivalry and ani break it Dont attempt to monopolize Have them send or give them to all non mosity of all and wo will succeed in gain all the time with a lecture You are church goers inviting them to attend ing tho interest of the young and old in asked to lead only so leave room for your meetings Follow these up with p this competition only in tho degree that otheis to follow Then be spiritually neat little reminder cards and present ii L wo mpet thn enemys advances bv rnual minded yourself What a sad fact it is them evory Sunday through your MU1UWWJU ljk Mi that many very many of our Sunday members to every ono met Get the This means outdo worldly organiza- - school workers are not even converted names of visitors to your community and ttnna In af Iranf I trnnneci lirtlli nq frt nlnnn If you are not my friend do not give sand cards to thorn individually Above of meeting and programme rendered up your class but seo that your heart is nil use your tonguo Talk about Sunday- Have a wide awaVe superintendent right beforo you go again into the Echool beforo and afterwards but watch and in him all that tbo term implies presenco of tboso you havo taken the that you talk In tho right direction Same people may think that any person grave responsibility of guiding into the Bo sure that you boom your Sunday- school instead of running it down If who can read and pray can fill this place higher kingdom but let us understand clearly that while Order is heavens first law jou there is little to praise resolve to make these are essential rcqusiles the super- Â¬ know so let us combine these two that little more next timo and be sure to intendent who can do only Muse will qualities order and spirituality Strange keep that resolution Seo to it that i soon burv tue work work wonderfully your service is announced a week ahead may seem F V AVhv In It flint wlifin nnw nrinnlzi- - it togetLorbut they need just enough at the regular church services or at We well jjfiptflgibs political or commercial are being system to make us orderly and we must Sunday school If you do not have church - fnrmoil linpn man eaolf ilincin tvlin ltnvn have spiritualty to keep us out of ruts services every Sunday and I believe a uniformly succecsful and hold high post- - Thoso who have experienced it never good idea is to have the best looking and tions of honor and trust to place at their cease to know how from the indwelling strongest voiced member of the church heads and lead In their management of this Holy One wo aro given new to make your announcements then they will bo heard and the pastor will not be Simply because of worldly wisdom and ideas new themes and a now life responsible for forgetting them Make truly the children of darkness are Then nnother very necefSiry feature all your meetings bo public that you will wiser in their generation than the child- Â¬ of Siindny ecliool work is music Have ren of light for they know what kind good music Some ono has truthfully bo as well known as any business institution of your town Be suro to keep of men will attract nnd thoy mako use said that every person has a curiosity abreast of all wordly of this knowledge attractions Get being more largely developed bump it So I say to the Sunday school workers ahead of them even and stay to Dont in somo than others and to secure forget that the most important way to exercise wisdom and thought in this attention you must touch it publish to the world what you are doing matter Fut some ono in charge of the Now I maintain on every head there is through your daily life and conduct work that will command the highest is a protrusion more or less prominent Be strictly religious everywhere in the respect and esteem of every member The Best Jfahoeany 61 the church and the world even but labeled Love for music and n sure home in your business and in your Tho best mahogany comes from Liv Â¬ Be a living advertisement erpool Tho Liverpool timber merchants dont let him fill this position moro way to arouso interest is to play upon it meeting itianone year develop a new ono within not with thoso dear old hymns of that Sunday echool is doing you good havo long controlled the mahogany Linked sweetness long drawn out and let everybody know bow much you trado nnd they got most of tho best logs that time f good material is scarce one who will work for and In har but something everybody likes to Bing enjoy tho services The young people from tho West Indies and latterly even Mnoh mahogany is from Moxico mony with your pastor and tho church for have we not heard it said that everywhere are hungering for christian brought to New York direotly from tho Music hath charms to soothe the sympathy It would bo a revelation and officials and especially one who is loved mahogany ports especially thoso of The influence of music is an inspiration if they could be mado to Mexico by ail the young people Having thus savage but for especially choico logs veritably incalculable and always ono believe that you are thinking and plan Â¬ Now York importers still look to Liver- Â¬ secured a good euperlntendetit have ning for their good What the world pool Indeed Engliih timber merchants your time and place of meetlug such of the very best means of gaining people young and old is to havo plenty of well needs Is sympathy of christian character own n good deal of tho mahogany now that all or tho majority can attend much depends on this Dont consult solected stirring and spiritual singing en the fair picture cf what we would lying nt tho Lewis strcot inspection yards Somo of it has lain thero nearly individual wishes but study the masses Dont drag This will run your audience have all men become ten years subject to damage by tho ele Â¬ Let this bo our ideal let us begin ments while tho British owners wait add select the time that will get the home while good soulful singing always draws Dont use tho same old songs with it let us what is rarer hold it crowd for in such there is inspiration for better prices New York Sun If the young peoplo of your community all the time introduce now hymns but fast throughout the years Let us seek to be among the few are to give a worldly entertainmentthey dont forget old favoiites That tired feeling is due to impover- Â¬ Tho choir should study the music and noble spoken of by Isaac Taylor select a time that does not conflict with Enrich the blood with ished blood Here and there eajshe hero is worldly attractions another exfcmplo of arrange the selections beforehand in strong and topic for tho hour ono who receives the religion of heaven Hoods Sarsaparllla and bo worldly wisdom Cau we not take harmony with tbo vigorous advantage of our observation and show Remember that the choir must not be after its own manner imbibes its beauty equal enterprise in advancing the claims expected or permitted to do all the sing and sublimity without detriment and ing Get everybody to sins especially glorifies God by displaying at once the of spiritual things We Sunday school workers havo more the childron The best way to do this triple nobility of nature culture and than onco been told to keep ourselves is to have a good leader stand beforoÂ¬ faith LOUISVILLB KY Juno 1 1807 in close touch with our scholars if we the audience and direct it this he cannot do unless he can sing and is not Shippers should mark all paekfcgM plainly would materially benefit them to know Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Best with shippers nam and poit offlo address each ono peisonally In bis or her homo afraid of his own voice and Most Popular Now music can get into ruts as and I wish to add that to be really a DOTTKR 9 10 blessing to them we muBt let our eouIs well as the other parts of tho service We sell more of Chamberlaus Cough Choice country 7 Gfl 8 Medium mora fully express themselves and by therefore see to it that you arrange your Remedy than of all others combined Creamery - tf 12 It is In the programme different for each service writo Messrs Kerr Sons druggists of more various methods xaas 8 not in the and above all things dont have any of Mare Pa They also say The sale of it yreih extent of our method and FBAinKRS nbsepco of it that wo reach the highest thoco long preludes and interludes you is something phenomenal We iiave Prime white goeie Q Si Mere oxuberanco without aro letting too much steam escape all to sold two gross this winter selling as Mixed freedom 11 3 29 28 W SO - 21 00 method may be as uselccs to tho world no purpose high as six bottles in one morning to as Old Having provided the material for many dlflerent customers This remedy No 1 dnek barrenness just as a bwi mpfull of un- Â¬ POULTRY regulated richness becomes as useless the succeesful accomplishment of our has proved particularly successful in If ens per lb 30 Chickens per dos llS U9 m a desert In spiritual matters it is by Sunday school work we will next pro- Â¬ croupy affections customers Spring per lb Our 8 Ducks habit and method that the things of ceed to the second part cf our subject invariably pronounco it tho best they Oeese per dot 100 POTATOKS Let the world know what you are can find and we know of no caco where into the bouI God grain themselves 00 75 Irish per barrel If an opera company came to it has failed to give satisfaction Quite recently wo heard n good man say doing For New La 3 00 2 10 0 reading the newspapers your town every availablo Bpaco would sale at 25 and CO cents per bottle by A Sweet potatoes per bbl 7i I have quit From store 2 to 6 cts higher I ooaHae my reading to the Bible and be covered with placards advertising tho R Fisher Druggist Navy Ileani per bushel -s He said this in time place and general character of the the religious papers ROOTS thing his experience in a prayer meet play The local papeis would be filled 275 240 Ginseng More Taxing of The Poor 22 Senlea Snake - 20 leg and evidently intended that bis with a description of its characters and 1 KiomTheNew Yrrk Times Pink UK religion had caused his loss of interest the whole thing written to catch the 21 20 Yellow We have already exposed the way in Wild ainger in what the great world is doing We public eye Can we as a banded com- Â¬ Slipper thought at once of the saying of another pany of workers for Christ let the enemy which tho proposed tariff is made to Lady AppttT May - IK 2X good man read tho newspapers to enter our own territory and entice our weigh heaviest on crockery used by the mood I 2K friends away from us outdo us in our poor The taxes on linens are framed kaow how God is governing tho world FIHLD 8KXDS 1SS in the same cruel way The device also Timothy per basbel And wm it not au old philosopher who ownflold 4 10 The successful merchant in this age Is the same the insidious specific duty Clover per bushel tnk said what Burns has so finely used SM Crimson Clorer per basket M I am a bum and nothing that concerns of specialities and day of sharp bat gain Â¬ so much per square yard This brings Red Top p bushel 1 59 fce alltn to mo I ing would not think of opening a stock the tax on such articles as cheap duck Orchard Grass per bushel a bab c 1 49 faacy per J net m we hear people talking about of goods in your market without first fpr clothing up to 73 per cent and other Blue drats eitra per boshel bushel BlM SfM 2 19 filling the pages of your newspaper low priced fabrics ae high as 100 per Onloa Sets Yellow per bashel Wular thinge ami sacred things as 3 J9 White if a peat gaM yawned betweea them with a description oi his wares anu cent The present duty ie 35 per cent BIOM if otr Miigkm wae not intended to scattering bead bills over the streets tell Â¬ The htgbeet McKlnley duty was on the flreeecood M 8 Stf M permeate our Uvea touching aad wact- - ing of hie high class selections and the major part of the Imports CO per cent Dry SaU good UH 12 14 UK 1 For whose benefit Ie Ihe McKinley duty Dry Mat e4 t i ivery trying the the soul low ptleea prevelllne Bkeee tMes MfM Can we ae etewarde of the Maeter let more than doubled wept gftrniabed in every mookand WOL Utile see The change hi not made Tb wafceJ tke dealew in mate ial thinge enow more 21 23 the dif Im Mwelliog Hum faf - It 10 Wfcii we plee4 lor indeed U that enterprlee than we when wa have for revenue for when cheap goods are SfMM is 14 11 Go ye into nil the world bavlly taxed the imports eeeee Certain Beery reUgWcenoUoM ail ei Uto then bow the oomuuuid eW4V4keeieeeeeeeeeeeeeseee S to every crea eoetly goods whleli are presilealiy luxu Â¬ eefn oar liv when we lire nnder the and preneh the geepel sJty AS OftsJnteeeeeeeateeeeee V VV MMOXLLAXBOtM huuur Loob un lift nn ture end the invitation to emtend to ries and which only the mote wealthy - -- ri - ri w eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei oan afford to nee Might be Imported Gome ye and bay wltbont prion If poMibki take jew Utile peeple to a all eeeepeeietMeeeeeneeteeeeees S eV MNiBWeteeeeMeea eeeeeee p JP room to their mmm bmt I have said mahe yoor itndajr eehool even if the cost was doubled by taxation iidiyichool Conrenllin hetil at Saiulr Hill dCTii iitci Meda cmintr ffoinnch lius been nl ready said and written upon nil the different phases 4 Ckf fitnnrldVnMinnl wtrlr ftiaf T ran aonrrn f-- ly hope to be strictly original bat 11 I Ii eH Bucceod In Impressing upon your s vglBcte and hearts somo truth you have Wrd beforo so that you will resolve to Sunday school in your com ftJKRfx oloir rtaJ 2 X 50 4 RTI1P SKTRRTi t0 tuvuuauu id gHHg Jp1j fcooMrtfry uvuiiuiiuuu ARRflTTITRIY nn ttiti r or eontiptioD cumcu mum mold DRUGGISTS ar th idni Which meets In Bowling- - Green June 2jo and Juljf t 1897 If yon want a better education prrpare yourself for teaching get a better certificate or to lake a thorough Comniercinl Coilreo It will pay you td write to us Snecil emphasis put on the Btato Tcnclirrajt Ootirse Vou can enter now and find classes to salt you Mention Course wanted ST Wtito now CllIHCKY HltOS lroprletera Southern Normal Schjol and Howl ng Oreen Ilusiness Collge Howling Green Ky KENTUCKY STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION orKtw Tort1 Sim UK w Ajflce vfctho as i ii -- Â¬ Charity In Judging Character Hasty judgment of tho actions of oth Â¬ ers is dangerous nnd often unjust Wo measuro too much by somo superficial appcaranco nnd condemn hastily when if wo but know and understood tho moÂ¬ tives and reasons wo would warmly approve Wo sometimes say of somo ono That pain sorrow or loss has not deeply affected him But wo do not know It is llko tho death of a fow of tho soldiers iu front of a regiment Tho broken ranks closo up again into tho solid phalanx and tho loss is not appar Â¬ ent Thero may bo no disorganization no snrrendcr no craving for pity no display of despair It is liko tho calm dazzling play of tho waves warmed by tho mornings sun after a night of storm and disaster Thero is no sign of tho wreck Tho tido has carried tho de Ac bris away far out on tho ocean tho industry treacherous water has swallowed nil Decreaso revenue hamper increase the cost of living especially for signs and tokens of tho nights awful tho laboring classes this is the Dlngley work Wo seo only tho fairness of tho Aldrich notion of protecting American morning not tho suffering of tho night Let ns bo charitablo in our judgment workinginan and condemn not when wo do not know William Gcorgo Jordan in Ladles Last summer while attending court Homo Journal at Unlontown says D B Patton a prominent druggist of Fayetlo City Pa Buoklens Arnica Salvo three witnesses wcro suffering from The Best Salvb in the world for Cuts diarrhea I gave each a dose of Cham- Â¬ Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt JRheum Fe- Â¬ berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhea ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ Remedy and it gave immediate relief blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions On the way home one of my neighbors and postively cures Files or no pay re- Â¬ was taken with a severe cramp in the quired It is guaranteed to give perfect stomach and was suffering with intenso satisfaction or money refunded Price pains I gave him a dose of this remedy 25 cents per box For Sale nv A R and within five minutes tho pain bad Fisher ceased Tho remedy is a favorite here I know of many who are never without The Work of Honeybees it I always tako it with me when go- Â¬ To securo a pound of honoy which is ing away from home For sale by A equivalent to Bomothing liko 0000 colls R Fisher Druggist would tako a beo several years In fino woather the bco makes calls upon CO to 80 flowers in a days outing During Too Bad Of courso thoy wero both dear friends this timo it collects what is equivalent of tho girl under discussion Feminino to a grain of nectar which is a thin critics aro nlways door friends of tho sirup and has to bo ovaporatcd to mako honoy Tho bco after working all day ones thoy criticise spends tho greater part of tho night Sho has such a lovely disposition fanning tho nectar with its wings to said tho first dear frlond ova porn to tho surplus water In this sho is such n brilliant talkor And way it shortens its lifo by wearing out said tho second dear friend Sho is getting n little old said tho its wings Langstroth says that a bco first dear friend but I seo no reason at tbo height of tho working season why sho shouldnt get marriod provid Â¬ lives about tbreo working weeks and then dies Bees frequently porish on ed Yes said the second dear friend tho way homo becauso their wings aro so shattered and splintored that thoy inquiringly provided continnod tho first refuso to support tho body If a disabled beo reaches tho hivo alivo it spends tho dear friond with an air of deep concern remainder of its days as nurse house Â¬ sho over meets a blind man Yes Isnt it too bad returned the keeper and in general utility work A good and fortilo queen bco keeps tho second dear friend Chicago Post hivo full of bees during tho season When honoy flow To euro a cUtl llio U When krlu laying thoonco then thostons shncppscfl workers kill all at to quiver and turn blue and before the of tho drones and manifest other symp Â¬ first chilly shivering sensation comes on toms of a consuming desire for retrench Â¬ take a full dose of Dr Bells Peppermint ment Now York Ledger Chill Tonic It It is stimulating warms the blood It will prevent the DR MENDENTT ALLS chill nine times in ten It is guaranteed IMPROVED to prevent the chill ten times in ten if taken four hours before chill time CUBE AID Short Haynes Â¬ F A BEAVIN year old Chester White Sows bred recently to Ilradley No wo Chester Oilts and two Toland China 7W bred one Chester male months eld one Gilts Poland China male 10 weeks old 7 Chester male 8 weeks old all choice stock A bargain to lose In need of something nle Wrlto or come Itesp at once 11 A PARKS Clllton Mills Ky 43 If taken soon one syenr Practical Surveyor TERMS REASONABLE Address all communications to Glover port Ky At J C BUSH D D Cannellon Ind S the Law Office of Office on 6th St V G BABBAGE IN IIARDIHSBURO Dentistry in all Its Branches practiced and all operatloni performed In the moit skillful manner at prices to suit the timet Crown 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they must have attention and the sooner the better We are prepaied to do your work with a guarantee to cive satisfaction at excecdinely low prices We will be at Irvington on Wedneulay ond Thursday after the Jonrch Monday of each month It is to your interest to consult us The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Casper May Co IND U HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky For Family or Medical Use 5TOTJ J OANNKLTON MADE TABLETS rWWTllKl I ME A MAN AJAX Jure - jpple JJrandy WACTT a4 Pt - ul arw ItUn Ml II HUM SWN wasM- I make a specialty of Fine Apple Brandy guaranteed I use nothing but sound and to be strictly unadulterated fruit My Brandy is all fermented in tubs not in cement ripe cisterns so that mean disagreeable ilayor is not detected Desirous of introducing my goods will wake special prices on one to four gallon packages 05 goods laoo per gallon and 97 goods 175 per gallon f a b All packages wcvrely sealed and shipped on short notice -i lr Vmr Mala Iss HrM ClaVrir KrUT JNrttufiot 1 CM SMITH Andyville Ky ijUWialieMeiMisW p5nFW THE Breckenridge WEDNESDAY - imWuaW i e TllW- - wmMHi li - v yrF13 - WTTnilXr r BREOKKNRIDGa NEWS all Old Honesty hauled out from Ids trou- Â¬ GLxOVRBLPOELT KY tho Sherman stlver pnrchue net was tho most potent factor In precipitating this panic It was followed by a considerable contraction of credits owing to the want ofconfldenco among investors of getting their monoy back The thtcatof the silver standard has been held over the country ever since Though the silver standard advocates were badly beaten in 1890 thpy refuse to accept that dociston asfinti and boast that they will win in 1000 This keeps up tho agitation and makes it harder to borrow monoy especially forthoso communities that aro known to be hot for tho silver standard which investors know means repudiation whether its advocates do or not To this may be added the growing ex- Â¬ travagance of our Federal State and municipal Legislatures which increases the amount of money taken from the citi zen by taxation This withdraws money from tho pockets of the private citizen and gives it to office holders pensioners protected individuals and trusts If thoso discriminated Against would aban- Â¬ don tho delusion of free silver and join with tho sound money Democrats in a campaign for reform and just taxation thero would soon be plenty of money in all Eolf Bupportlng communities But those whoso fayorlto pastime is to scare or drive away capital have no right to complain of the scarcity of monoy Â¬ Courier-- News 2 1897 AJT INTERNATIONAL HENCOOP money honestly I dont want to mako it at JUNE JUmbliag ThoufeMi dy mkmo Honest Amaia Barrow Feeds Hit sers pocket a little tin box containing Hem in Mexico and Gets Their pepper and salt which showod that ho was always prepared for just such Eggs in Arizona From The New York San Wre Fn vQC to1 those Chilic - havo valuo not only value in use but value in exchange Air and water have great valuo in use but under ordinary OF conditions thoy have no value in ex- Â¬ New York Times change because they are so abundant The Democratic Honest Money League that everyone can get all he wishes with- Â¬ ull vital powor appointed a committee some weeks ago out payment Our water bills in cities Curos all waallng diseases and restores to investigate a practical method sub- Â¬ are really paid for the transportation of development to till parts of the body mitted by Col J E Bloom Chairman of tho water to the point where we wish to NERVE LIFE Is tho only purely I reckon it is quite easy to understand B F DKARD Freildeat scientific treatment and affords relief from tho Committee on Organization of intro- Â¬ use it and not for tho water ilsjlf Wa Â¬ tUo first days us It removes tho causo for wise why j ou should feel this way WILL MILLER Vloa Prefldnt ducing in the United States tho German ter would not be a good instrument of and assists nnturo to effect a euro Cures M n BEARD Cashier men do say that children show forth in HANCOCK COUNTY guarvntccd Special discount to physicians system of mutual credit land banks exchange because it is too abundant Our new treatise on Nervous Diseases their little lives all the different stages of Gen Lloyd Brice a member of tho Exo Manhood Its Lo3 und Recovory mailed a vr BEARD A certain degree of scarcity therefore j past human history Let mo tell you free in plain sealed wrapper for two 2 cent MORRIS ESKRIDQK I cutivo Committee is now abroad and is necessary for money because other Â¬ DIreetor llawesvllle Clarion tswips what I mean MoiUon this paper R II JOLLT will there investigate the subject and its wise people would not glvo labor or Semi W for Trial Treatment and fee Coarlncel Six gallons of strawberries cold here When you were much smaller you used 1 practical workings and it is belioved other commodities for it UERVE LIFE MEDICAL CO yesterday for fifty cents to love fairy stories tolling of the gentle INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS KALAMAZOO UlCH that its introduction here will proyo a We could not well make money out of A crowd composod of about twenty deeds of tho funny little creatures that means of affording financial relief to the small blocks of limestono because one fiye pleasure seekers from Cloyerport were supposed to be inside flowers and people of tho West and South who want could obtain all he wanted of them if he were in town Thursday having made under toad stools Just like you ages more money circulation among them wanted them at all with very littlo labor tho trip on tho steam Tug Cloverport ago grown up people believed In fairies The German system of land credit de and would not give for them commodiRockport Works too so that it is fair to siy that the Friends of Mr N B Chambers claim benture currency companies was found- Â¬ ties which coat him a great deal of labor world has had a fairy tale age that ho will bo looked after by the ad Â¬ ed in 17G7 Repairs Saws of All Kinds A species of mortgago Under the lawB of Lycurgus money was Now that your strong little body holds bonds based on land is circulated there of iron and it is said that it took a wag Â¬ ministration Probably a census place Partlcular attention givento a very fierce little heart within it that tho small denominations after poising on load to buy a small quantity of mer will fall to him It will bo remembered repairing largo Circular Saws takes pleasure in struggles and revels in that the time for tho census of 1000 is from hand to hand liko coin or currency chandise or produce Lycurgus belongs of great generals you forget the stories Hammering and Straightening a in this country and the larger denom- Â¬ rather to mythical than historical times near at hand harmless little fairies So has it been Specially The long distance telephone is up inations being quoted upon the leading but if we suppose he was an historical with men Not many years ago great Every Saw tested hy steam stock exchange at a premium of 3 to 5 person we still must note that his money again and an overhead wire instead of and good men spent all their time think Â¬ before it leaves the shop pr cent These aro excepted in banks system was a failure Iron cost much eub marino No charge for talking to ing about battles and training them Every Saw warranted in Germany as collateral for loans as moro labor to produce then than it does Cannelton parties who have put in selves to kill just as many as posjible of Workmanship the very best Government or railway bonds having a now but still it was too abundant for boxes their fellow creatures Prices lower than any shop in stock exchange quotation in tho United permanent uso as money and henco was The Owensboro district conference will But gentler times have come among America Mark your name States One of tho requisites ot meet at Lewisport next Thursday Tho abandoned men When large numbers camo to think on Saws and send a letter of The institutions Issuing these mortgage good money is that it must bo portable district includes Hancock Daviess Mc- Â¬ it over they saw that war like your new advice as to repairs wanted bonds are chartered by tho Government and that means that it must have a high Lean Ohio and a part of one or two jacket lias two sides one very nice to and are under the inspection of tho Gov- Â¬ value as compared to its weight and bulk other counties The session will last look at and the other full of seams Tho THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS ernment officials under a system sotne In other words Uinust be comparatively three days Thursday will be taken up wnat similar to that ot our National scarce RODKPORTIND nlth Sunday school work A largH at Â¬ who could never see their killed boys bank supervision Col Bloom argues Our correspondent speaks however of tendance is expected again and whoso hearts felt robbed of that the same system could bo adapted the extreme scarcity of money by the precious dear one who lost his life J J Egan has struck a three foot sevÂ¬ to tho United States with safety and which beseems to imply that it is scarcer because perhaps of a silly quarrel among en inch vein of clean coal on John Hen- Â¬ gdf BOO TE8nv Thonoirt8ntrufocatd would supply the desired expansion of now than formerly As a general propo- Â¬ big people like kings aud generals dersons farm near Falcon It is said to the circulation in the farming districts sition this is not true In the country be of These thoughtful men gradually saw tho finest quality of any Kentucky South and West at largo money is more abundant now coal and equal that a human life was a wonderful if not better than PittsIt is proposed to introduce a Congress- Â¬ than it was years ago or oven one year burg thing and that to cut it short was very It is only a abort distance from ional bill to authorize tho incorporation ago Between July 1 1890 and April I the Texas railway and is sure to bo of serious luey saw too how seamy a slue of companies which shall have power 1807 tho money in circulation in the life always must bear to those who were great yaluo to the operators Mr Egan throughout the United Stato3 each to whole country increased about 100000 wounded and lived for years in pain or is an experienced miner and will shove is3ue its own debentures secured by the 000 The monoy in circulation has not the work ia order to be with tho early maimed So though great armies still deposit of bonds of individuals or of only increased but the amount per head fall trade It will bo known as the Egan exist you will And people growing more companies secured by mortgage or re- Â¬ of population tho so called per capita is coal and more anxious to avoid war because mines ality these companies to be under Gov- Â¬ larger It is evident therefore that J JOHNSON of the terrible side of it t Mrs Margaret Carlton wife of John ernment supervision similar to tho money is not scarcer than heretofore so loUISVILLE KY Carlton died at her home in Happy Q iimnriiin National banks far as the country at large is concerned Companies having a So if you waut to have tho history of capital of 500000 or 1000000 could be Thero is plenty of money at comparathe race completely sketched out in organized in every State tively low rates of interest for all legiti your little life you will have to prees Mg5Q3flkflLBLflHAt Col Bloom prepared an elaborated ar mate demands Of course it can only back your fierce temper and your desiro ticle recommending tho adoption of this be had by those who havo something to On these Tables and Youll to be in a big array in a fight Yet I am system or that of the French Credit give for It or by borrowers who can givo going to tell you there were lights in fairy Foucier which has similar features aud satisfactory assurances that it will be paid times and there are fights now People advocated tho passage of a general net of back This is not anew condition It fight now with their heads instead of Congress to permit any person to incor is the same that has always existed arms and you if you expect to win tho now I porate thereunder similar to National That money is scarce in particular U H St L Rv Fordsvllle Brock full power of manliness must prepare The speckled hen had found a crack banks places is undoubtedly truo It always is to light too Wise men say that all the she could squeeze through and with a Between March 10 and 20 Col Bloom For tliis there are numerous reasons struggles of the past havo helped to demure but anxious air was hurrying off was in TIME TABLE N 10 Washington where ho presented somo applicable to particular localities make men determined and that if some into the land of Montezuma Barrow tho matter in person to Secretary of War only some to many places Failure of TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 1897 form of fighting were not continued on gave chase and the hen taking immedi- Â¬ Alger Benjamin Butterworth crops in one place while they are good Com Trains leave Louisville as follows we should drop back and be- Â¬ ate alarm half spread her wings and the earth WeatBoundTralm Eat Bound Train misslonerof Patents Secretary of tho in others may mako money scarce in tho Hr i DalW Dally come lazy people with a cackling chatter rushed off at top Treasury Gage and Congressman DallT Dally ftO S W RAILWAY CInclnnall nml 1L ex Sun ex Sun J M section where the failure occurs Exten Â¬ STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun B uat at louu ana the west What is the fighting I am talking speed They ran and ran and the hen Mitchell all of No 5 Nol 2- No 2 No whom received copies of sive losses from fire flood or tornadoes about It can he easily told to you doubled and turned and dodged around the papers 1060am Lv Irvlngton Ar goOim No jo No 6 Nojg marked private and confi- Â¬ may liaye a Blmilar effect Low prices la 11 23 Lv IouIll uarnelrt 800 attain 897am 245pmw Look around your school There are cactus clumps aud scooted through dential 1140 Ar Cincinnati Harned 7 42 645am 1155am Oojpm of staplo commodities havo made money 1147 r toiumom 11 15am tw entyfi ve fifty perhaps a hundred Junction 717 J Jtpra 11 05pm bunches of sage brush sometimes well 1163 J It Dos Passos a law partner of Con- Â¬ scarce in many localities Want of em Â¬ Ar Pltubunt Hardintburg Sajpin 727 71 jam boys there They all will need to earn ahead of her pursuer and sometimes 12 10pm Ar Washington Junction 717 650am Jiloaa gressman Mitchell who has an office in ployment for largo masses of the commu Â¬ Ar Baltimore Kirk 702 i2offc 7 50am a living in Eomo way or other Your barely slipping from undor his hands this city I2S3 Ar Philadelphia Jolly to 15am 3 40 pm 660 yesterday obtained publication nity makes money scarce in many indus Â¬ 12 63 Ar New York Olendeane fight is to train the brain so that not one 630 la 3onn Sism ou dad gummed old fool I panted of plans for tho founding of trial centers Ar Uoiton a gigantic Demniter Prodigality in fat years 15 620 3 oopro 905pm of them can go ahead of you or cheat Old Honesty making a dive for the 120 arFttllartouKhlv 6C5 financial institution in this city after tho makes money scarco in lean yeas for Louisville 145 5 44 ucmpticr Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and you or laugh at you for being foolish HendersonSt Louis RyCo Kuh-tut speckled hen 165 Itockvale 6 28 motliod advocated by Col Bloom with those who indulge in it Monoy is al dlnlngcaraClncinnttl to Washington Baltimore 203 ltutb Hurely you do not want to be with- Â¬ gasped tho hen fresh wind and darting Philadelphia and New York without chance 50 ways scarce with those who spend it as 100000000 capital stock 215 Aakioi 523 Train No is hat elegant Pullman Parlor Car to out a good head and a good store in it around a cactus bush leaving Barrow 230 Oaka 610 Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining Col Bloom charges Mr Dos Passos fast as they mako it and go in debt be Â¬ Mitchell can Cincinnati to new York without change There are such they are tho sort that clawing the air in tho effort to keep his with plagiarism in m ArKordtvillelv SOCam 25 having published his sides for luxuries Train No ao hai deepen to Cincinnati open at always havo time to watch tho train balance You gol darned Mexican synopsis of tho proposed system almost TKblHsr Effect 9 o clock to receive pauengera The complaint that low prices of prod come in but never find time to work greaser of a coyote I Show back thoro word for word St Louis SprlsafleW and the Wert ucts are due to the scarcity of money is a At 630 oclek A V Sandaj Mj 30 1697 Safety Comfort the sort that rather than plow or chop nowl Aint the United States good Noao N010 No44 Col Bloom further claims however confounding of cause and effect The Lv Louliville a 35am 8ajam 8aosa JCaitBouud Train wait around post offices to look for letters enough for you to lay in ArbtLoui Kuh tut that Mr Dos Passos seeks to pervert the prlcee of commodities are due to supply Wul Sound Traint iijoo n 640pm 7 Ar Springfield 840pm TlH when they know no one ever thinks of kuh tut I from the lion as plans originally proposed for tbo relief and demand and vary constantly with Â¬ 42 43 LouisviHe anil North Vernon accomodation leaves aly u 44 5 Mall A writing to them she again slipped from under his grasp of the public and to make them serve to out any change in the quantity of monoy Bzpra Mali A STATIONS Kxpra dX Bzpra Kipr Cbarlettown accommodation leave at 5 jo p mBrains tell dear bojs and the more with the loss of a tail feather iou securo a giant monopoly virtually an- Â¬ or in spite of it Cash corn in Chicago Dally Dally 3 except Sunday Dally Dally boys thero are in the world tho sharper gosh dinged fool Ill ring your carajo TralnaNof 16 eoand 41 have elegant day cocW Saturday was worth 24jc to21per bush- Â¬ 40pro 7 30am other monster United States bank Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louie IrUan Dt ar 12 33pm 7 43pm becomes the fighting for any positions neck for you el Kcntuc ay St Dad gum you to blazsa In 1893 tho average price for the oiu 7 48 I 33 TUA1NS AKKIVE 63 818 Faat Mill Line Between Weat Point 1160am 663 that open In the country the fight is you blamed old idiot shoo back there year was 40Jo while it sold as high as 6 40 o from ilait 7 15 a m 11 rs noon The Scarcity of Money 8 21 11 45 Howard 661 vaef 6 48 is 5 n m 3 o a m 82 Willowdala 1133 on just as it is in the city There the I tell you or Ill Oh Lord shes none 643 A reader down in Alabama asks the 551c In 1891 the average was 43 Jc 663 Hock Haven 8 33 From West 7 a m it 1 6 43 m Louisville Evansville City Ticket office a southeastj pcomer6 46 p n a ml farmers with good brains beats the and done it I The speckled hen with Courier Long- - Branch 8 42 while it Bold up to 60Jc oai In 1891 the SOU Journal to answer this question Foartli COJ 8 61 Brandenburg 626 Alain streets Depot Seventh and river slouchy one whether the weather be a proud and defiant cackle made a fly BTKAMEU3 869 Kkron 1102 118 What is the causo of tho extremo scarc Â¬ average was 58Jc and the maximum 618 For detail information regarding rates tisw PR 8 07 620 1063 fine or not there the storo keeper with ing rush from under a clump of sago Outton 610 751c In 1892 tho maximum was a dol- Â¬ 0 33 connecting lines sleeping parlor dining ity of money 10 45 916 Irvlngton 8 13 E G RAGOJNT brains makes an honest profit and lives brush where she had found a moments SM 0 61 ltSBRbwNj ec Webiter 1037 660 Money must be in one sonso scarce In lar though the average was only Hie - District Pats Ticket Agent B 66J BS1 O Lodlbur 1021 5 4J r P it Itjan Matter while tho foolish one is sold out by the rest and started back towards the chick Â¬ 7 A Dlihop Purler 232 4th and Main LoulsvDle Ky 1020 Pierce order to be tbo money of civilization at These figures which might be indefinite- Â¬ 707 674 712 0 43 Sample 10 IS Sheriff 630 or J M CHESSBKOUGH en pen and the Arizona line ly extended show how independent all The fundamental idea of money is 720 TAKASOON 961 Stephemport 1007 General Passenger Agent Clnclnnitl Qnla 522 limes are now so peaceful that you do 96S at the top of her voice She that which will readily exchange for prices are of tho supply of money Of 7 72J 10 02 Addiaoa O II WAHPKL AssletatH 518 P L Penny Matter L 1 Conner Purler 969 WW Holt General Passenger Agent CinclastttT Ofclei not ueed to think of how to savo your had accomplished her intention and labor 55 course if such products were paid for in 7SJ 1011 Cloverport 946 and for all commodities which are 60S 7 43 10 ji 8hope 9 40 6 CO own life by taking some one elses way become the proud parent of an egg on for sale TELL CITY 1026 Sklllman In order to do this it must bad money they would bring moro dol- Â¬ ZSf 10 86 927 40 Yon have therefore much more timo Mexican soil Barrow shooed her back R II Dallard Maiter W B Newbell Haweivllle lars but not more purchasing power 917 40 A Purser 1043 Ml 90 Petrle M than tho boys of long ago to prepare for to the enclosure without difficulty heap The dollars would get away from the 818 Palcon 908 18 827 1068 STAGGS Lewliport 864 19 the battles without blood The schools ing upon her meanwhile all the Yankee seller just as fast us they do now in fact 8 33 1106 Waltraan 8 47 13 8 42 1114 too for raining you to the struggle of and Spanish epithets of derision and Dally except Batnrday between LouliTille Powera 4 01 faster because bad money leads to ex est 1125 863 Patce 127 and Hew Amiterdan 83 brains are so much better than they used contumely of which his limber tongue travagaqt expenditures for the reason U0S It Mam Owcntboro 818 3 44 018 Freight ihlpped by this line delivered oulek Wittingly 807 333 to be that you have no excuse for beipg was capable Then he made a little When you take Hoods Pills 8 21 Orlattl7 sugar coated plUJ which tear you all to that people do not care to retain money 802 w tata by rail B25 anything but a good soldier S3 heap of grease wood and sage brush pieces are not In it with Hoods Easy to take that Is constantly depreciating Stanley 768 1202 D3J Worthln rton 7 61 Traveler will find the atanen are mw 32 around the egg and set it on flro Among the general causes for the 1209 89 Keada 7 46 818 pitted la iqulpmat and aceoamoilatte 0 47pm kn Spottevllle Ttt 307 Weve got to eat this egj down lure I hope I havo not used any words too scarcity of money In particular localities 7 81 Bataett etiw 1 24 TkaWt culinary an employed M oeoie aJ 3 hard for you Difficult wortb may sound in Mexico he exclaimed to his visitor as compared with former yeais mut bo M IOpmI 1240omar Hendarn lv TlSiro k eu U iiul to that oUfee Utt fco44 well but they sometimes fall to reach I generally get them chased back to mentioned first of all the panic of 1893 Tralni Not 41 and 41 make connection at Ir Gwl offlcoe ns and 178 tfc Anam the brata For two weeks more I shall the United States before they lay but and easy to operate Is trtia Tbia panic was the result of tho fear that ylngton dally except Sunday with tralee to and Iatrill HarJIniUfj and KorJylll Nfaack write to you about battle and la mek I if any of them dog gorned critters get of Hoods rills vrhlch arp Only line runnW Parter Car Mwm Loul the country wm about to go to a silver IPJtXMY up to data la erery roipcet 1 YWIHX a way I hope that the men In yourfam ahead of me I roast the ogga and eat em to whon vBU QweoAofq miHeirio - jOaly direct Hn in which v to Um North a4 War 8fe certain and sure All Tux IP TT Jl wm piiini uaia or Uy will not loso anything by i sling tie down here caste I aint smugglln egge druggist aw a I Hood 4k Co IawH mosey wm dtie weuhl Have kxt half the u cTMonbyiL a uUcUm too the Hae no sir If I cant make Tho only rtU to Uko with Hoed liMMpMUfe value of their MeinitUe The pawage of cfm march into battle about shrieking shells and pinging bullets fierco charges and bursting mines you are sorry when ho stops I know you it is the battles you like best of all to hear about in history and when you have heard them you sometimes get off by yourself to dream with your eyes opened of what you would do with a repeating rifle and a trusty revolver against twenty foes creep-Â¬ ing toward you to kill you Noo ales Ariz May 8 Amain Bar Â¬ the Boys About Battles 1 know row has a chicken ranch not far from just how you col when you hear the Nogaleson which ho has divided matters boom boom boom hoom boom of a between conscience and thrilt with truo drum on tho street Yoar lively feet Yankeo ingenuity Barrow is from almost without your knowing it move Massachusetts and he has an eye that backward and forward in time with the magnifies the main chance by many Bound and you are very glad indeed if diameters and a Puritan conscience that you can run out of thehouso to join with would have shone rerplendent on the tho marchers Mayflower itself Barrows local nick- Â¬ I know too how excited you feel when name is Old Honesty and those who a food brass band strikes up a stirring know him best do not hesitate to declaro tune It makes a creepy feeling come that ho wouldnt take an advantage even over tlitf top of your head then a sudden in a horse trade He is a survival of tho little shiver goes down your backbone severe old Puritan morality which hold clear to your toes a Bort of a lump comes that to take a pin is as bad as to take a in your throat so that for a moment jou pocketbook and ho governs his dally feel as thongh you could scarcely breathe life by its principles But that does not and then off you go feet hardly touching hinder him from being as anxious as the ground ready to march mile after tho next man to get hold of a good mile if you may but stay near the mu- Â¬ thing So when he decided to start a sic chicken ranch near Nogales he saw at Another thing I know you like and once the big advantage it would give that is to get somo old soldiers to tell him to grow his chickens across the you war stories If his eyes grow bright line in old Mexico But he wanted to in telling about brave little drummer supply the Arizona trade and to pay boys about bands playing as the men duties would eat up Ills profits To Copyrighted catastrophes and then sat on the ground across tho Mexican border and ato tbo egg which tho speckled hen had inslstod On laying on Mexican noil And then Amasa Barrow came back into Arizona with ids conscience at rest Ho had smuggled no egg and would not be tho richor by tbo perversity of the speckled hen MJl ucofj r fit rKtefr1 w - mMM- -- vi - mJw KflW Mm There is Nothing So Good Thoro is nothing just as good as Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds to demand It and do not poimlttho dealer to sell you come substitute He will not claim there is anything better but in order to mak more profit he may claim something elso to bo just as good You want Dr Kings New Discovery because you know it to bo safe and rollable and guaranteed to do good or monoy refunded For Coughs Cold Consumption and for all affections of Throat Chest and Lunge thero is nothing so good as Is Dr Kings New Discovery Trial bottle frco at A It Fishers Drug Store Regular size 50 cents and 1 Bten Kedrl tht m I W Jr wu Probably the most unusual or pecu Â¬ WlWfllSttfS k StMMfett AfMrtt liar clrcumstanco connected with any KKMTUfftY crimo In this coonty for years was that ClIVERPHflT ot disposing of tho whlto malo Infant of Local Ag tnti It will bo Massie Jane Lee colored remembertd that tho child was born out MKtiii Fertilizer CeipjRy of lawful wedlock and deserted by its SUhM tfl CftupMj mother in a brier patch near Pellvlllo to dlo It was discovered and cared for Dealers In and when two years old raado way with Doors Bash Blinds Yellow Piae Fleer The mother confcrccd having killed It ing and Ceiling Weather Boardiaf while in jail but when brought to trial Shingles Salt Llmo Cement her attorneys refused to let her testify and on failure of proof sho was acquitted Laths Plaster Plastering f This has been three years ago and not Hair Plow Handles a thing has over been heard that would Briclu Etc lead to the real truth of the manner in which tho child was killed Estimates Furnished fer BnHMif mm Hollow near town on Wednesday oven ing of cholera morbus ago 72 GREGORY CO ni VA Building Material J K ft TonXTV n rr- - naonbfUf way cured fep0eir areatflut relief to mankind In fill Iirnu irguuiv irUKFf CttrBD HOKE TIIKI TAKKII t Tlint- nwruiodor In Tntnrrh dis appear br Wonderful nT KeTcrarKl Asthma JrHUT ONLY OIIRIIMAVS 11 una Cla I 1ft ami far wniii IralM fret ir It ta mh UB UIIM1S DlllO CO mcLStS 1I i Throat ahMliiitwi nt rptnnrl MMi OUfllIMANMENTIIOIiNIIAIEKIjltho Tceptbs Head nml nM FORTUNE YOURronrhpplnc rour hetllh ni Mini tranBtta l rour clenr and henltbr Good Neat Printing isnssm l I nt use w Sold by SHORT HAYNES NERVE ORE the r T 1 I - MU Great RESTORER Rnstoros perfect Journal fss 1 Is ncaiui vifor ami manhoodTttid re- Â¬ moves all obsta cles to marriage But to Yankee ingenuity tho thing was easy enough Barrow just built an international henhouse American money changed into Mexican money means nearly two dollars for one while tho cheap prices for labor and products increase the adyantago for the buyer But his chickens and eggs would command far higher prices on tho Arizona sido of tho line If he bought his grain and other feed for his chickens in Mexi- Â¬ co ho would get it for about halt what it cost him in Arizona But Amasa Bar- Â¬ row would col smuggle chicken feed across the boundry That would be tho same as stealing So ho built a long coop or pen half on the Arizona side and the other Lalf extending down into Mexico He buys all his supplies on tho other sido and stores them there in Bheds Never a grain of his chicken feed is carriod across tho border When he wants to feed his chickens ho opens the gate between tho two parts of tho pen and drives tho flock into Mexico where they fill up on Mexican grain Whon they have eaten their fill he shooes them back to the other end where under the folds of the Stars and Stripes thoy lay their eggs and hatch their young Financially the schemo works beauti- Â¬ fully and if it were not for tho errant nature and perverse disposition of the common barnyard fowl Amasa Barrow would havo easy profits as well as a clear conscience Every one of his hens is possessed to lay her eggs in Mexican territory He has built the cosiest houses and the softest and most comfortable nests for them on tho Arizona wt4w lMtr 11WJ Ill Nwh utwl Ul tUll time and much of their flesh hunting around for chances to slip over into Mexico and hid out their nests under ma rnie oi rresiuent Diaz Tnis gives conscientious Amasa Barrow no end of trouble To a visitor to his innch the other day Barrow told what a life his hens lead him Do ou ee that speckled critter prospectin along the fenco yonder he said Well shes looking for a place to get through right now But tho wont find any Ive fixed them all so there aint a crack sho can squeeze through Shes tho goldarnedest fool you ever taw Shes the tarnationlst one in tho hull lot Shes got a nice big nest all to hersslf in a cool comfortable shed But sho wont lay in it No sir she hikes off into Mexico and hides ner nest out in the 6age brush and cactus every chance sho gets and keeps me busy tryln to chose her back before sho lajs Gosh nil mighty there sho goes Â¬ Â¬ CKEDITPLAN Proposed Schomo to Adopt the Ger man System of Land Banks for Use in America Dr D R Rothrock of New Berlin Pa does not hesitato to recommend Chamberlains medicines Ho Bays I have handled them for a year or more in my pharmacy and find them safe and reliable My customors praise them very highly No ono who is troubled with rheumatism can uss Chamberlains Pain Balm without praising it The quick relief from pain which it affords is alono worth many times its cost For sale by A R Fisher Druggist y JSfcv entire nervous system and stops all Ro- vital losses movoa effects of tho bins of youth and es trsscs of Inter years Romovoo all effects of dissipation and repairs all waste places Curos Insomnia and restores refreslilna sleep Cures Im- and restores Rostoroa Is just ns essential to 1 success In business as your rating withS any of the mcrchan tile agencies Write us for prices and samples All work guaranteed ttio Breckenridge News CS BANK HAEDIlTSBTJRiG P v is 34 Â¬ Saw Pill S Â¬ 4 Â¬ Â¬ KEEP YOUR EYES NEVER BE TQ0AATE B O S W RT -- TinyEH T BXiS TJ kuh-tah-k- nsro TIME SCHEDULE 4 kuh-tah-k- Mile 1 - 1 Paoket Line and -K Â¬ No Gripe d P j Hoods Pills r I l evt ai 09x r it m Ai rH4Li Witt tiBiaffi ft tiariti MjwaMlMinl ngnm lyii1 fPIPiPpPJIllifiJIiliiwwJipiL p -- wirrr TW -- - THR BRROKKNRIDQH NEWS GLOYHRPORT K Commencement Exercises of the Clo- Â¬ BEWLEYVILLE verport High School The closing day of school is a period of WEDNESDAY JUNE 2 1897 W N Drury is on tho skk list rejoicing in a pupils mind but when the Dr Strolher was visiting at Charlie day for graduating arrives it in a meas- Â¬ Drurys Sunday LOCAL BREVITIES ure brings a sad feeling over all The sale Saturday was largely attend Â¬ The closing exerclres of tho Cloverport ed and everything sold well Tho City Council meets next Monday High School came off as previously MIbs Laura Yates of Louisvlllr at Â¬ announced Friday evoning in Iho Elm bight tended tho Lesguo Sunday night cake-- walk at Cannollon was qulto street Methodist church at 8 oclock The Mrs Dan Dowoll died Tuesday at her Somctimo before the opening the church a success was crowded to its utmost capacity all homo near Guslon and was lniritd at The new Texas Unio card appears In nailing witli eagerness for tho tinio to Freedom Wednesday p m this issuo come Our farmers aro very much gratified Tho Heyser hotel is bolng given a fresh Mies Florence Cottroll assisted by Miss at being able to get 18 cents for wool coat of paint Lula Owen rendered a pretty march to Sheep business Is looking up Isnt this remarkable weather for this which the graduates headed by their The Epnorth Leaguo met Sunday lime of tho year Principal Prpf J II B Logan and fol- Â¬ evening Tho Epistlo ot Jamo as a Johnnie Lees machinist at the shop lowed by the Hon D It Murray march- Bible Reading was tho subject ed down the spacious aisle to the pulpit Is on the sick Hat The continual cold weather has caused Tho Tarascon Tell City and Ragon all Itev Donald M GraLt could not be pres the apples to drop off considerably and ont to dellvor the invocation and Prof carry an orchestra Is a very light crop Logan opened tho exercises with prayer tho prospect now All tho banks were closed Monday it Z T Stltb and daughter W II Cain MIsi Ethel Oelzi then delighted tho being a legal holiday audience with an instrumi ntal solo Jr wifo and little boy attended Dis- Â¬ Mrs Waldo Smart has ronted a portion Miss Mary Dean in a violin solo on tho trict Conference at Hardinsburg a day of the Cooper building Dauubo waltzes accompanied by Mies and night Goldstein Bros a large dry goods firm Annie May was perfectly grand and she The Childrens Day services for at Henderson have assigned will somo day make her mark as a vio- Â¬ Bewleyyillo will bo on the 1st Sunday Farmers our market report la correct linist O W Moorman rendered a most in June morning and atternoon Din Â¬ charming solo which was heartily ap ner at the church Everybody invited ed every week do you read it The picture of Mr and Mrs MIcawbcr Watermelons aro on tho Loulsvlllo plauded Miss LaYajolto LaIIelstLullablyfrom David Copperfleld and Traddles which market and aro going at 75 cents Ermine with her sweet and touching Did you see James B Face Jr driv- Â¬ voice assisted by a number of other appears in tho Juno Issue of the Ladles Home Journal awaken pleasant mem- Â¬ ing that turn out Sunday all alone young ladies was something extra Tho ories of the good times I havo had form Â¬ George Getz3ndanner is putting a new Hon D R Murray delivered the diplo- Â¬ ing their acquaintances metal roof on the M E church colored mas to the graduates in a most happy IRoanAii cuildbenb daysundayjunk 0 Master John Allen Murray who has vein and gave them somo beautiful Morning bcglnlng at to oclock been ill for a week or more is improv- Â¬ thoughts on their opportunities in life Opening bong School nine the ItUi The class of 1897 is composed of eight Opening Address ing Â¬ Tom Cain and Emetine Drury Born to the wife of Noah Green wait graduates six girls and two boys all re- Welcome Emmctt McCoy They are Misses May 10 a ten pound boy William siding in this city rtccltatlon Scripture Acrcstlc Pearl Perrlgo Annie L Brandenburg Recitation Eiith Hope and Charity Sule Jartett Hoben J- Mannie White Frances Louiso Smith Three boyi The Henderson packets now leayo Jane Hambleton and Mary Harris Recitation Bessie Foots Louisville at 5 oclock p m daily instead Messrs Fred M DHuy and Kenneth Children Day Chapleti Concert Bxerclie Ilve Hoys in n How Mvoboyi of 4 p ni Ferry Recitation Hula Dowell Corn has reached the forty cent notch How Lovely IsZlon ex- Â¬ Song The graduates all did well in their and farmers who have it to sell are get- ercises Their subjects were well chosen Afternoon beginning at 3 oclock School ting that price taste 1ialso YeThs Lord and handled in good stylo and Recitation Wllla Druty Zach Stltb of Bowleyvllle says The Tho many beautiful boquets which were Conquering Cross Missionary Exercise chinch bucs have almost destroyed the showered on each showed that thoy Recitation The Ycung Peoples Republic School wheat in this section were very popular and pleasantly re- Â¬ Glory be to the Father was a early morning train will give you membered by their friends The It To Cure A Cold In One Day a whole day in Louisville and get you very happy and charming oyont and con gratulations are in order home in time for supper Toko Laxative Bromo Quinlno Tablets All Druggists refund tho money if it fails If you have anything in the way of Tho Fats Win to Cure 25c For Sale by R A Shell news it will be greatly appreciated If Tho largest crowd to witness a gamo man Stophcnsport Ky you will inform us of it Decoration day was observed atToblns of base ball in this town turned out They are dandies said Thos Bowors pdrt Sunday Quite a crowd from this yesterday to see the game played bo On ar- Â¬ of the Crocket Texas Enterprise while tween the fats and leans county was in attendance rival at tho grounds Knight tho pho- writing about DeWitts Little Early Keep off the trestle you are likely to tographer had them to form a group Risers the famous little pills for sick bo caught unexpectedly since the Tex and they were grabbed They were headache and disorders of thb stomach as ba put on new trains dressed in uniform of bloomer style and liven Short Haynes A very young couple were married last The game was promptly called at 2 Wednesday at Faducah The groom fif- Â¬ oclock and grow very exciting from the GARFIELD teen and tho bride sixteen start It looked as though the leans Jeese Bell Is quite sick at his homo There was nearly twenty five dollars would certainly carry off the honors realized at tho services of tho M E but the fats had the last half of the near here church colored Sunday night Master Irvo Richardson went to Louisninth inning and did somo excellont Rev Fred D Hale breaks the record batting which resulted in the score of ville Friday for baptizing He baptized 142 persons 41 to 40 in favor of the fats Mrs Dan Dowell was buried at Freein fifty two minutes last Sunday dom Monday lybeath of Little Susan Mattingly Tho Fellville correspondent of the Miss Lyddla Macy is visiting her broth- Â¬ Last Wednesday morning May 2Gth Tho wheat orop Hancock Clarion says er near Ephesus tho death angel visited the home of Mr in that section is the poorest for years Mr Donovan of Louisville spent a and Mrs Robt O Mattingly and took few days hero last week Pure rose comb brown Leghorn and from them their darling little babe Litlight Brahma eggs 50 cents and 1 00 per Misa Katie Board attended conference tle Sudie as she was always called was Betting J Scott Vance Cloverport only 4 years old yet she seemed to be a in Hardinsburg last week Ky Miss Essie Bruner went to Ekron shinning light among her brothers and Mrs Lucy McLaughlin of Mt Olivet sisters who numbered 10 She was al Â¬ Thursday to visit her mother who after using glasses for nearly a cen- Â¬ most an idol of the home circle So Mr Clarenco Board and D II Smith tury has received her second eye sight kind and noble was her disposition that went to West View Thursday She is 86 no one knew her but to love her She Little Miss Mary Gregory roturned Woodford county farmers are endeav Â¬ always seemed to be the center of attract- Â¬ homo from Hardinsburg Saturday oring to organize a trust to hold back the ion whereyor her presonce existed D R M Smith went to Hardinsburg 1807 wheat crop with a view of demand Little Sudie was only sick two days to hear Bishop Wilson- ing higher prices sufferings wero intense but she bore Wednesday her Quite a number from hero attended All essential medical The celebration of Mr James Irelands them patiently last Sunday one hundredth birth day at Skillman aid was contributed but of no avail for service at Mr Robt Paynes Mrs A Morris baby died last Monday Friday Juno 4 will in all probability be a highor Physician bad called to see her Yes he had prescribed for her a home We extend sympathy to the joung V a day of much rejoicing and everlasting life where all are puro couple Â¬ Tho Illinois Central railroad will en Mr MatPayno lost a fine buggy horse large the shops at Faducah at a cost of and clean where sufferings are un and last Sunday The girls regret the death 20000 A contractor at that place has knowu where eternal happiness glory remains forever Her remains of Prince been awarded the contract were Interred in the cemetery at St Ma Misses Mary and Blanch Claycomb of Mr and Mrs R O Mattlngly of Mat Â¬ rys church near this place Thursday The sympathy of the community is heart- Â¬ Irvington were visiting here Saturday tlngly desire to thank their neighbors ily extended to those who survive her and Sunday and friends for the kindness shown them Mattlngly Ky 0WS Some one wonders why Mlis Lola Nor- Â¬ during the illnees of their daughter Sudie twenty and ton failed to make her weekly trip to Some for ton somo for George Durelle Falrleigh of Louis Â¬ some for thirty years bavo suffered from Garfield last week Dr Strother Mr J W Moorman and ville came down Thursday night to be piles and then have been quickly and present at the closing exercises of the permanently cured by using DeWitts mother of Big Spring were tho guests of Cloverport High School He returned Witch Hazel Salve the great remedy for Miss Nannie and Katie Board Tuesday piles and all forms of ekin diseases Sanday Dr Strother J W Moorman and Miss Zalma Strother of Big Spring called to new Short Haynes Since tho Texas has put on the see Miss Nannio Board Thursday on service which is greatly appreciated Democratic Mass Convention their return from Hardinsburg thing liking to make there is only one The Democrats of Breckenridge county everything complete that is Cloverport met in Mass Convention at Hardinsburg Not only piles of the very worst kind ought to have a new depot last Saturday for the purpose of selecting can bo cured by DeWitts Witch Hazel There was a good crowd out at the delegates to the State Conventionwhlch Salve but eczema scalds burns bruises Decoration exercises hold at Oglesbys meets at Frankfort to day to nominate bolls ulcers and all other skin troubles There was a a candidate for clerk of tho Court of can be instantly relieved by tho same last Saturday spring good dinner served on the grounds and Appeals remedy Short Haynes Mike Miller presided and Claude after dinner there were some good apeaclie It was a pleasant reunion and Mercer acted as secretary Bay View Cirole Tho convention passed resolutions as enjoyable day for all All mombera of Irvington Bay View endorsing tho Chicago platform and Thero will be an election Saturday re affirming their belief in tho necessity Reading Circlo are requested to be Jhm 5 to elect officers for school true for the free and unlimited and independ- Â¬ present at our next regular meeting tefl for the ensuing year There seems ent coinage ot botii gold and silver at the Friday June 4 as thero is somo business which will require tho to transact te be very little interest taken and Jt Is ratio of 10 to 1 presence of each member mm ot the most important offices to be The delegates were instructed to cast Mrs Kendrick Wathen President looked after It Is a sad state of affairs the vote of Breckenridge county as a that we cannot have more than five unit tor the Hon Gus W Richardson I suffered from catarrah of the worst MMtha free school for clerk of the Court of Appeals kind ever since a boy and I never hop JCr James Larkin a prominent The delegates are as follows N McO ed for cure but Elys Cream Balm seemH fame ot this county was married Thurs Â¬ Mercer Jesse Whltwortb D R Murray to do evon that Many acquaintances day to Miss Mary Mattlngly of Brock Jno D Babbage J J Severs A J have used it with excellent results Htrkitp eouaty The ceremony was pro Gross E W Jones D H Severs John Oscar Ostrura 45 Warren Ave Chicago aouBqtd at fit Marys They will make A Cook R W Owen and D 0 Moor 111 Uilr future homo on bis farm about maa Tho past week has been one that Uire wiles from this city Hancock Alternates lice Jolly Dr J T Baker gave the farmers a cbanco to catch up Clario J A Barry J E Keith Lee Walls with their work Every body la dono Jonaa Lyons Fkal eomapoadent Hancock Clarion Wm Storms M Meyer W R Johnson planting corn Somo tobacco has been Dr R T Dempster and O Mesacm living near here had a set but few plants were ready for tho Dr Wffl Howard bmuw thai foakd two colt last week oae to vote late showers last weok were instructed bM eolt ad om muto colt Such a as The detegts questions a wait cm all rioat Tobacco spit ana Hook lour Ure Awsj Umg imvr happened In thto ecmaty he To quit tobacco easily and forever bo mmr BeUieJ It U twvrtUls4 true low netlo mil o lUo nervo and visor take Xsw GhumI Chain Ilk Feb lOtb Um cote diwl In about twaty for hmn 97 J O M0BtMll EvMville lad the wftQder worltcr tbat makes weak men strong All druggists Wo or H Curo guaran Dear Mr Ya nay ship another teed Booklet ad smplfl free Address tiUrtWrfoliif Qf4M qj ykr mpttv Oblll ad Fever fcWcrllE K wswdy Co Oklcswo or Mew York Gww a bm tarsal aa last It k a MvcffrtMMlr toys wlodM aallar I eenalJir it the bast was OaaoartfaOaaar Oalkartto Urn The dirt dumped oa lh edg of the Chill Cum la Uw markt bank I front of residence on river Yours very truly jMSMTaUatn liver usIWwsH atmt to protaet it fww giving away will Jacob tmmmg tM mun yiiNa WMl eeua no doubt b baaaJUoal Bat it oogbt to OmmUmUmi nr or Ma bo amootbod down so tbo graaa w grow Ma omit If INtcASnaUHHIM Breckenridge News PERSONAL Frank Hoy J li at home Jo lUrpole of Cowling Orecn li In the clly J I Dlltcnlacb nent to Dei by Ind Sun Â¬ Win Hall Webster Tutf s Pills Cure All Liver Ills ARE YOU I Iffl day t Jsy Lljhtfoot Miller Sunday iras In the city jester- wfti hero MY34Am t Ks3sW of llawctrlllo The Hanipir 1l mthiMM Latch Strinc Hnil Lm is Out KHEEQEH Wt JVscrOKwsSSSas ILC e EsMsssssBHlul nM j - BaMrKMsriU aw tv LJ i ssBaBhJ IssV Wt Wfll lice Jolly this ccuny wis In the eity was In tho city BANKRUPTlnheaJth constitution undermined by ex- Â¬ travagance in eating by disre- Â¬ garding the laws of nature or physical capital all gone if so A Cordial Wholo touted welcome to Every Visitor to Cloverport n Wl tSs- - Monuay W L llurch of Rhodclla Monday Will Miller Hardinsburg was In tho city Mondsy Mr and Mrs Yttci of Derby Ind are In the city Hon 1 R Murray left yesterday for Frankfort Mlis Salllo Siraggot ti visiting relatives In Otvemboro Be Perfectly at Home in Our Store Your Bnggago ruul parcels taken caro of whilo you nro knocking Wo will deliver your gcods to tho depot city whars or nny around placo in town givo you tbo desirod information of persons or places you IVt raw Â¬ 1 Â¬ lenedlot Beavln of HaweivIIle was In the city Sunday William Dell of llardlniburg was In the olty Sunday Iloraco MoPhle with the Times was In the city yesterday Lee Walls ofSamplo was In the city Mon day on business Mrs F Shcris of Victoria was In the city Monday shopping Her W B Rutledgo returned Monday from Grayson county lion D R Murray and Gus Ilrwn went to llardlniburg Saturday Mr and Mrs Orvllle Gregory of Victerta were In the olty Sunday Fnnk Warfiold of Louisville spent Mon Â¬ day with Mr and Mrs Frank Fralte J E Mattlngly of Concordia was tho gucit of bli son Will Mattlngly lait week Marlon Lallettt of Henderson spent Thurs- Â¬ day with Mr and Mrs J E Keith Phillips of Ellzabethtown arrived Mr In tho city Friday enrouto to Hardinsburg Mrs L T Williams of Owensboro Is tho gueit of her daughtr Mn J A Mayhall Mill Nettle Daker of Chamberi Ky was the gueit of Miss Nclllo Bruner Monday If you know of any vsltors In the clly you will condor a favor by sending In their samei Wells Mrs W 0 Smart and Mrs took the Str Tarascon Sunday for Louisville Is Mrs W II Wohler of Orandvlew Ind vltitlng her sister Mrs J II Logai this Â¬ will cure you For sick headache dyspepsia may bo looking for Mako our storo your stopping placo roam nbout sour stomach malaria torpid liver constipation biliousness tbo Etoro ask tbo prico of tbo goods stay at long as you like and all kindred diseases Tutts Liver Pills NEVER DESPAIR Tutts Liver Pills an absolute cure Church Notes Rev Donald Grant will return Owensboro to day from Straw Hats June tho month Shoes Prayer meeting at tho Baptist church to night all aro cordially Invited Tho city looked somewhat deserted Sunday thero was no preaching at any of tho churches Now is the time to get a good Straw Sco our lino of Mens Shoes in Black All tho New Hat beforo tho assortment Is picked Ox Blood and tans Shapes in Toes Button and Laro Never a better time than over just as you like this season of rones thunder storms aud hot weather is here Trotcct jour head with a Cool get ono to day Christian Sunday School in tho vacant room over Babbagos storo Sunday after- Â¬ noon at 3 oclock Tho strawberry and ico cream supper given by the Baptist church Thursday evening was quite a success Dr Geo Savage of Winchester agent American Bible Society spent Wednes day night with Rev and Mrs S G Shel- Â¬ Â¬ Straw Hat Ladies Ox Blood Tans and Black now and splendid assortment to select from See our pretty White Slippers also Black and Chocolate colors Como to our Shoe Depart Â¬ ment Seo tho line of Spring Wear for all ages You Get the Worth of your Money Back in tho Wear and Beauty of tho Goods our plan of securing naoro trade ley Thats Childrens day was observed at tho M weok Is the Miss Mar Wheat of Louisville guest of Misses Bettto and Sallte Taylor at Hosetta Kincheloe Sunday Henry Mcorman of Glendeane and of Hardinsburg were In the olty BC V JC r f - Mrs David Ueron of Irvington spent Sun Â¬ day with Mr and Mrs Alexander Ueron at the cottage William Beavln and wife of near Hardins Â¬ burg spent Monday with their daughter Mrs lLr 4- - Â¬ KT lolk iv v Â¬ Mrs John Bruks and children of Hender- Â¬ son are with her pirints Mr and Mrs W U Bowmer There wero eighteen persons from here In Hardinsburg last Wednesday attending Dis Â¬ trict Conference Mrs Sash Jordan and llttlo son Allen Bos coe of Webster are In the city gueits of rela Â¬ tives and friends Mill Agnes Matin of Brandenburg is vis Â¬ iting at Mr J Y Smalls -- Sundays Owens- Â¬ boro Messenger David Ogleiby May went to Loulivlllo last week to be gone teve al weeks with his brother Walter May Misses Elttabeth Skillman and Jenny War field wero visiting friends and relatives In llardlniburg last week Mrs Frank Lyons Jolly Station the olty a couple of days this week some dental work done was in Â¬ Â¬ having Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr James Brown of Louisville former engineer on the Texas with headquarters here was In the city Monday Mils Virginia Watklni daughter of Mr H C Watklni Oweniboro li viiltlng her annt Mrs Marlon Hambleton Mrs E II Miller and Mrs J W Jarrett of Stephensport were in the city Friday to attend the Commencement Tom Morrison camo up from KvansvIle Fri day and remained until Monday the guest of his mother Mrs Jscob Morrison The following came down from llardlniburg Faturday to attend Decoration Day t John P Haiwell Jr Qui Shellman Owen Cunning Â¬ ham Judge Wm Ahl and Claiton Beard The following five beautiful young glrli from this city took the Str Taraicon Sunday for Loulivlllo and wilt return to day Mliies Florence Cottrell Fannie Louise Smith draco White and Nellie Orcgory Mannie Ferry They were chaperoned by Mill Georgia White and Mr F J Ferry Mill Marlon llowmir youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs W 11 Bowmer this city will arrive to day from Georgetown where she has been attending school It Is very gratifying to ber family and friends to know tbat she lid First on the her school wlih high honors roll of honor and recolvlng tie blghoit aver Â¬ Â¬ E church colored Sunday and quite a large crowd from Hardinsburg Irvington and Hawesvlllo were hero Rev S G Shelloy will preach at the Elm street Methodist church Sunday Juno G morning and ovening and as Quarterly meeting will bo held at Holt on the second Sunday ho will preach there Miss Cornelllo Otcrstrcet wll glvo a piano recital at the Presbyterlanchurch Friday ovening Juno 4 assisted by Miss Zula Neel and James B Pace Jr Ad- Â¬ mission 25 and 15 cents reserved seats 35 cents Next Saturday morning at 0 oclock will bo Catechism and Instructions for tho children of St Roeo church Par- Â¬ ents pleaso see that all those attend who are preparing for First Commission and Confirmation Father Carroll will hold services at Mr Friels house in Victoria to morrow Thursday morning at 8 oclock It is requested that all bo present especially those who have not yet made their Eae ter Commission Rev S G Shelley who went last weok to assist in a protracted meeting nt Lew Isport has been appointed by the Bishop on tho visiting committee to visit Logan Femalo College at Russollville but he will return in time to hold prayer meet Â¬ ing Thursday night WSitSiiSBSMSwWMiMaiMMsaaMaMS SULZERS rXfl fdr 5s rf- - Si3L3Sl ssb sSSSSN S33g KS5P5v ttw YOU SHOULD EMPLOY None but the County Surveyor to do jrur work He it the amhotUid Survcjor ofthe County Is an experienced workman and knowi his business He it alto Notary Public writes Deeds and takes Ackncwlcoeemedti Charges always Reasonable Atidroai CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SUnVEYOR HARDINSBURG KY PRODUCE WANTED S g age child from dying by croup It has saved thousand of others suffering from croup pneumonia bronchitis and other serious throat and lung troubles Short Haynes W B Johnson Newark 0 says One Minute Cough Cure saved my only w w w w w m W ING Tho Monarch of all Amusement Enterprises COL GEO W HALLS ONITED STATES RAILROAD SHOWS EKRON J T Cox and wife went to Loulsvlljo Friday R S Dowell returned Sunday from Larue county Lee Hardesty grocery drummer was here last Thursday Jake Shacklett Sr and daughter went to Louisville Friday Etsle and Bertie Bruner spent Sunday with llattle Warileld Mr Schultz preached at the school house here last Sunday Miss Essie Bruner came up from Gar Â¬ field to attend her sisters dance Tho first through passenger for St Louis passed hero at 0 10 Sunday night Tom Roberts returned last week from several days yislt to his sou at Hardins burg J T Jones Peyton Shumate and i rioju Juiujmm wtjju ju iuuiaviiiti day and Saturday Dr J P Shacklett and Dr Miles ot Oarrett attended the medical meeting at Braudendenburg last Thuisday Mrs Martin and MIsj Jen Hardin of Brandenburg visited their sister Mis D S Roberts several days last week Misses Edith and Myrtlo Oraycroft and Messrs Burnett and Berry of Flaherty attended the dance here last Thurslay night Miss Essie Bruner returnod to Gar Â¬ field Monday sho was accompanied by Miss Cora Shacklett who will visit her uncle The east bound passenger ami west bound patsoager la the evening pass each other her and makes the Iowa look quite buaJneM like Mlas Berila Jttruaer eatyiUlatd her Islands last Thursday alht with atsaaoe was prawni aad tlppad woa m Hjbt faoUailo too Wtvtll ti Â¬ w COMniNUDWITlI 10000 Founds Wool 100 Dozen Chickens HERR ADAM HAGENBACKS TRAINED ANIMAL EXHIBITION WILL EXHIBIT AT m o0o0OOOO0000OOOO0o0 GL0VBKP0ST - JOHB Hti NIGHT AND DAY See Seo Seo Seo Seo yog i Butter Feathers W E iMttiaf Our Hugh Performing Elephant Oor Monster Den Performing Lions Our Funny Performing Monkeys and Dogs Our 25 Beautiful Performing Shetland Ponies tho Largest and best Show that ever exhibited hero FEEE GRAND Worth coming miles to see 4f BALOON ASCENSION HOOK EACH DAY bt 5000 feet to tho clouds and Farachuto leap to the earth will iiOBitfvoly tako plnca Â¬ BROWN SttM GRAND STREET PARADE AT 3 Fixktik fealtr SPECIAL NOTICE Wo tolorato no gnmlAipg or games ot chwve IRVINGTON KT F doport iiiiniiiimu Clorerport D01ST FORGET THE DAY AND DATE Friday June 11th 1 t jL Bll iL WMMHMMHMtwMKaat i J sjaiaffls nti7W TaHHP twph WliPWJipPW 8 Breckenridge News THE BRKOKENRIDGE Was Growing Wuse LIvor and Stomach Troubtoo Too Wonk to Work -- Now Ablo to Do All ir Frf stVw NEWS GIaOVEXRPOBLT HV r- i t JH W1 sfvw v4pR W1 OTliFJi TVHEbIPIS WEDENSDAY JUNE 2 1807 CONVENTIONS Ttw Hlfith Judicial And The Tenth Hor Housowork Swaterkl Cenventfons Meet Judge McBeath Chelf And Elijah Ashcraft go Through In a Whoop I wfcs under tho caro ot ft physician for two years and ho was treating mo for stomach and liver troubles nnd fctnalo difficulties but I only grow worso under I was bo weak I could do his treatment hardly any work I was nt last Induced to try Hoods Sarsaparilta and Hoods Pills and theso medicines havo dono mo bo much good that I now weigh 112 pounds and am able to do all my houso Â¬ work I firmly bellovo Ishould havo been In my gravo today If It had not been for My Jlttlo girl was Hoods Barsaparllla nflllcted with phthisic I gavo her Hoods Barsaparllla nnd It has relieved her Mrs R 8 Hawer 701 University Avenue Knoxvllle Tennessee Creek bo raised to ctrcuU This report 9lli elicited a pretty warm discussion pro and con and being submitted to a vote tho Conference voted to continue both points as missions The proceedings all told occupied about two days and thoro Biomed to bo much interest in tho work Tho attendance upon tho sossion was good and thero was a large number ot visitors present Bishop Wilson was all that could bo do sired and his vory presence soemed to inspired and onthuso all present Ho preached threo sermons during his stay and tho church each time was packod to lta utmost Bishop Wilson is a great orator and a profound thinker Tho Sunday School Convention busi- Â¬ ness was taken up on Thursday Tho Sunday school work and various sub jecla treating upon it was largely dis- Â¬ l FOR EVERY BICYCLIST Champion Michael Advises Use of asmmmtttisisis m vassmrmrm I 5 S WE CAN SAVE YOU Paines Celery Compound 3 MONEY3 On practically everything that a Farmer or Honsebuilder buys either in the line of Tools or Ma- terials Let us give you our pri- ces and terms Heres a Good Tiling to Start On jsssssssssssk t P B cussed HARMONY AND GOOD FEELING PREVAIL Miss Wood and Miss Delia Taylor Leitchfield wero tho guests of Mis Dr Kincheloe Miss Barton nnd MrsRlchard Cannon ed Leitchfield were the guests of Rev S The convention having appointed ihe undersigned K Breeding a committee to confer with the committee appoint ed by the Iopulltt Senatorial Committee respectMr Milton Coko and wife Jollys fully report that we have conferred with said dolegates Station wero the guests of Mrs Morris committee and while we cannot recommend that The temporary organisation was on this convention endorse the candidate ol the Popu Eskridge motion made the permanent organiza- list Conention for senator being Instructed other Irvington Mr and Mrs Coleman wise yet we do not do so because ol any fault t tion were the guests of Mrs Wm Hensley find with said candidate but we rcommend that the Judge J C Graham of Grayson stated nominee of this convention confer with the lopuliit last week that as there were no delegates present candidate and that if they can agree thereto that I W Twyman and wife Hodgensville from Hardin he desired to offer the fol- they request a Joint met tine of tho two Senatorial Ky were tho gucss last week of Mrs Committees to confer on this subject and if possible lowing resolution which is as follows G W Beard Whereas R G Phillips has been re Â¬ agree on an adjustment of the matter so that there shall be but one candidite And we senator Dr Mitner Jr and wife and MIs3 Sallie quested by J I OMeara nnd W C hereby recommend that thisforconvention empower Montgomery representing the delegates the said District Committee to settle raid question Richardson were tho gueBts lost week of Mrs P M Beard appointed by the Hardin county conven- Â¬ finally We heartily desire harmony and unity and Mrs Ora Meyer Buras came down tion to cast tho vote of said county in hope that the union of all forces who agree upon to attend tho conference and visit her this convention Therefore the financial queition to fight the common old friends a few days limited That said R G Phillips bo entmy D It Murray permitted to cost the vote of Hardin Misses Lizzie Skillman Aliouo Murray It IUNewtt county as requested and Jennie Warfield Clovorport are litOMrsoN AJ Tho resolution was adopted visiting hero this week J W Storms The Chair then announced that the K McC Mercer Wm Cain and wife and B T Stith convention was ready for nominations It II Nevilt put in nomination Klljah Ashcraft aud daughter Bewioyviilo wero the for Judge or Senator There being no other nominations euests of Mrs Taylor Beard Judge J C Graham of Leitchfield in Sir Anhcraft was declared the choice ol the con Mrs Heron nee Mhs Lucy Frank an eloquent and eulogistic speech pre- Â¬ venton Irvington was here a few days last week After a short address by the nominees the consented the name of Judge T R McBeath vention ad ourned tho guest of MisjLillie Scott Morgan Richardson of Meade county Mrs Gross Williams and children M E CHURCH CONFERENCE seconded the nomination Hartford Ky have been here several In the call of tho counties Grnjson days visiting Mrs John P Uaswell IfARDiNsnuna Kv May 31 1897 and Meade voted solid for McBeath The district Conference of tho M E Tho vote of Hardin was cast 223 27 for Ferd McGehee and wife and James McBeath and 11 4 27 for Montgomery church South for the Elizibethtown dis- Moorman and his daughter Miss Allio Breckenridge cast 1035 38 for McBeath trict convened at this place last Thurs were tho guests of Mrs R S Skillman 3 33 for Montgomery The result was 31 day the 23 inst Rev G B Overton Pro lost week Rev E E and a fraction for McBeath and 11 and n siding Elder in the chair Mrs George Kurtz and Mrs Herndon Pate was elected Secretary fraction for Montgomery Webster Miss Hart aud Miss Lelia The charges were called and tho fol- Â¬ Glasscock McDaniels and Dr Savage lhen qame the nominations for Comlowing ministers answered presont monwealths Attorney were tho guests of Mrs V Daniel Breeding Prof 0 T Yates in a very humorous Hardinsburg Rev S K Rev Ed F Goodsou and Miss Mary Rev B F Orr Vine speech nominated Weed S Chelf which Hodgeuvillo Grove Rev O F Hartford Branden Â¬ E Allen were married last Monday was seconded hy V G Bnbhage May 31 in Faith Hall Loreda Seminary Tho nomination of Mr Chelf was by burg Rev E E Pate Big Springs Rev Loreda Texas by tho Rev Frauk D F Walton Falls of Rough Rev B Onderdonk in the presence of the acclamation made unanimous A Cundiff West Point Rev W T Mil- Â¬ missionaries of tho border a few lemain The Chair appointed G A Cubbage Dr and Rev J B Galloway ing pupils and their Mrs Tarpin several of Grayson and J A Thompson of ler McDaniels wives Immediately ministers Con after tho marriage Mr and Mrs Good Meade a committee to wait on the suc- Â¬ Stephensport Rev E N Metcalf eon left for San Antonia and El Paso cessful candidates and apprise them of stantine Rev W T Dayenport Louistheir nominations and bring them be- Â¬ ville Circuit Rev S P Stiles Woolf and thencn to their future homo in Arizona Tiie Creek Rev R WShenlwell Litchfield formor pastor groom isPthe son of our fore the convention Rev J Goodson Ilo The convention had to wait only a few Rev G F Cundiff South Litchfield is a young man of fino character and of Rev W A Hines Milleistown Misson great power aud usefulness in the West minutes when the gentleman made their appearance and in neat and grateful Rev W B Wagoner HarJin Springs MIsi Mary uono know her hut to love her nor name her but to praise The Rev M M Hunter speeches accepted their trusts blessiug of the Lord that maketh rich Tho laymon presont were as follows Judge McBeath said that it was pecu- Â¬ nnd addeth no sorrow be upon their liarly gratifying to him as it was hero in Hardinsburg M D Pumphrey V G united lives Vet in herself she dwtllelb not tho old town of Hardinsburg where he Babbage Chas Miller Elisha Meador Although no home were half so fair married his first wife and where subse Â¬ Milton Board B F Beard Matthias No simplest duty is forgot Ilfe hath no dim and lowly spot quently he studied law under that grand Miller Robt L McGuffln HodgmsYilte 1 hat doth not in her tunsilne share Vine Grove It II old man and eminent jurist Judge Kin J W Twyman Sle docth little kindnesses cheloe and it was here that ho received Hartford Big Springs A It Morris W Which most leave undone or depose Tor naught that sets one heart at ease to practice law This town Clay Moorman II L Penick Falls of his license And givctli happiness or peace Is low esteemed in her eyes he said has many pleasant memories for Rough Robt Charablis West Point me and for thishonor conferred upon me Thos Gill Constantine Luther Marr South Litchfield B 55 Green to day 1 am exceedingly proud and grateThe morning session of tho first day ful Mr Chelf in an exccdingly graceful was taken up in appointing committees and forcible speech accepted the honor and org tnizng the Conference for busi Â¬ and trust given him and promised his ness Bishop A W Willson arrived on the best efforts on behalf of the success of traiu Tuesday at noon and presided over tho Democratic party The following resolutions were adopt Â¬ the session of Conference for the balance the time ed The principal business of the Confer-Â¬ HtmUed By tho Democrats and other The use of the surgeons knife is be Â¬ persons entitled to participate therein of ence was the reports from the preachers the Ninth Judicial District in conven- Â¬ of the work under their charge Theso coming aso general resulting- fatally In such large number of cases as to reports were listened to with much in occasion general alarm tion assembled 1 Mr William Walpole of Walshtown Wo approve of tho call of this con- terest They referred to the spiritual About vention to nominate Democratic candi- Â¬ state of tho membership state of the South Dakota writes three years dates for the ofllces of Circuit Judge and finances and what tho preacher and ray left eye a ago there came under little blotch about the Commonwealths Attorney of this dis- Â¬ members were doirg to promote the size of a small pea causo of Christianity in their several ap- Â¬ trict It grew rapidly and shooting1 pains ran 2 We endorse and re afllrm the prin pointments All of this indicated an In every direction pies of the Democratic party as enunci- Â¬ improvement over last year I became alarmed A S Boswell the sgent of the Widows ated in the platform adopted hy the Na and consulted a tional Democratic Convention at Chicago and Orphans Homo Louisville was good doctor who pronounced It can- In Juno 1800 prosent on Wednesday and presented cer and said that it 3 We endorso the Louisville Dis tho claims of that institution Twenty ss YViiW must be cut out patch as a true exponent of Democracy in seven dollars in cash was secured and Rlw wfe XHVn This I would not Kentucky and urgo upon all Democrat consent to havintr an additional sum by subscription little faith In the to further tho interests ottlii organ of Mss Tula Daniel District Secretary of indiscriminate use of the knife Read Â¬ the Wonnna Missionary Society sub truo Democracy ing of the many cures made by 8 S mitted a report of the work done by tho 8 I determined to give that medicine The convention then adjourned Society in tho district since the last ses Â¬ a trial and after I had taken it a few days the cancer became irritated aud sion ot Conference Mrs Lllllo Beard began to discharge This after awhile Tenth Senatorial Convention mado her report on the work of the ceased leaving1 a small scab which Immediately after the adjournment Womans Parsonug and Home Mission Â¬ finally dropped off and only a healthy of tho Judicial Convention the Senatorial ary Society Both of them were highly little scar remained to mark the place Convention was called to order by the complimented in a short talk from Bish Â¬ where the destroyer had held full sway op Wilson District Chairman Mike Miller W 0 Moorman of the Big Spring Cir- Â¬ The delegates to the Judicial Conven- Â¬ tion held credentials to this convention cuit was granted license to preach It Cancer Is In the blood and it ia lolly II Hartford a local preacher from the to expect an operation tocurelt 888 and the tame organization pmidod guaranteed vegetable Is a real A call of the counties showed that all same circuit was recommended for ad remedy lor purely every the dekgaUa wpf preeeat exempt Haa mWon on trial in tho Annual Confer Â¬ dlseateof tho blood Boolf Stalled free cock wktett wm not reprwwted The ence add eblr appointed Albert TLompeoa of The Committee oa mUeions recota cificre w Hwift Spe Â¬ Co Atlanta BMJMled tkt Millcretowa and Wool Mm awl Jarae St OMi- a4 J 6a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Ninth Judicial Democratic Con vention met in Hardinsburg Inst Thurs day or tho purposo of nominating can didates for Circuit Judge and Common wealths Attorney There wore full delegations from Breck onridge Grayson and Meade counties Hardin county was represented hy proxy Tho best of feeling prevailed There was no contest and the work of tho con- Â¬ vention was only a matter of form Chairman Mike Miller called the con- Â¬ vention to order and on motion the Hon D R Murray was made the temporary chairman and Claude Mercer temporary secretary On motion tho Chair appointed tho following Committee on Credentials It II Nevilt J M Richardson Meade county C E Keith Grayson county and N Mc Mercer and Wm Storms Breckenridge county which reported all the counties represented by delegates ex- Â¬ cept Hardin which had no credentials or Â¬ Is tho bcst ln fact tho Ono Truo Blood rurlflcr Ilo sure to get Hoods At nil druRglsts ciirellverlllieasytotako easy to operate Mccnts Hood S Hoods nn Sarisa parilla Whitworlh a committee on credentials which reported that tho counties of Breckenridge and Meade were represent- Â¬ ed by delegates There being no cre- Â¬ dentials beforo tho committee from Han- Â¬ cock county osid county was not repre- Â¬ sented Tlin chairman appointed a committee to confer with n commitleo of Populists who were beforo the comentlon seeking R II Nevitt A J n conference Thompson D II MurrayJudge Mercer and Wm Storms were named by the chairman as a committee to confer with the gentlemen Tho two committees retired and after a conference of an hour or more brought in the following roport which wa3 adopt The next mooting of tho Conferonco at Litchfield Irvington and Hodgenvllle were voted for but n ma- Â¬ jority favored Litchfield Tho following wore elected delegates to the Annual Conference which will meet in Henderson in September T B Henderson Judge M Board A R Mor- Â¬ ris and A 0 Glasscock Alternates G W Beard and V G Babbsgo will bo held CONFERENCE NOTES s Miss Mary Smith is at homo from college at Midway Ky Louisville was MissTablthaBarnctt the guest of Mrs G W Beard Mrs Owen Raitt and Miss Emma Kasoy were tho guests of Mrs W S I James Michaol the champion long distance bicyclist of the world He recommends all wheelmen to take Paines celery compound His experience is that of thousands of others With the opening of tho bicycle Beason many a young person and hun Â¬ dreds of older people who have deter- Â¬ mined to take up bicycling as a health giving excrciso find themselves really locking tho proper snap or of stamina to begin on Their bodily condition They prevents bo spirited exercise would llko to rido but they nro out of sorts run down by a winter of work or indoor life Many who aro really sick who havo Buffered from debility or wast Â¬ ing diseases for a long tlmo until they had begun to think their troubles had become chronic as nothing gave them relief would turn to bicycling for relief but this splendid exercise like any other The requires strength to undertake blood is out of ordor tho nerves are de Â¬ ranged and natures food for both is needed All such persons will find to their immense joy that Paines celery com- Â¬ pound taken now will mako them well Paines celery compound works won Â¬ ders in June If you have labored under the load of repeated headachepneura1gic pains and days of nervous debility now is your best time to get well Michael is to day the most phenom enal rider in professional ranks As far back as 1894 he was undisputed champion of Great Britain and in tho follow- Â¬ ing year he went to France nnd scored 25 straight wins against tho picked ridors of Europe He has defeated such Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ miiBf jiri wk REPAIR EXPENSES 3 L SM T Beard Mr Samuel Baker IIancok county was the guest of his brother Dr J T Kf LIGHT La mm DRAFT MmP sJBB ii S Biker famous men as Jaoquolin Gougoltz Huret Rlvierre Bonboure Bourrillon and Harden of England and Leyton the Belgian champion He has just returned from Europe and is now ready to Join the racing men on tho Pacific coast despite tho large amount of work ho has gone through during the past months Michael has made cycio racing a care ful study and in a position to give excel- Â¬ lent advice not only to racing men but to wheelmen and athletes in general In reference to his own methods tho following letter will interest everybody Boston Mass Feb 21 1697 After the exertion of my record rides whilo with the Morgan Wright team in tho south last winter during which I lost somewhat in weight on account of the unaccustomed climate I was advised to uso Paines celery compound Iom pleased to say that it gave such satisfaction that I was Impelled to use it again to brace up from the effects of the two unusually rough ocean trips that I have taken during the past month I believe that wheelmen who have to undergo the hardships of circuit chas- Â¬ ing will find Paines celery compound of assistance in keeping up thoir physi- Â¬ cal tone Jimmy Michael Tne more intelligent portion of every community are tho ones who best recommend Paines celery compound They have looked into this great remedy followed Kb remarkable achlovementa in the coso of friends neighbors and relatives and know just what to expect from its use as a nerve and brain Blreugthener and restorer and an ideal invigorator for a rundown system in lH YsssssssssssssJl Z Z t 7UU w HOME FIRST The World Afterwards Every dollar spent in your home store adds to the development of the home mdustries It helps the growth of the town by helping the growth of the in dividual for we nre all more or less dependent upon each other The great trade centers pay tribute to the big stock Wc are keeping careful track of your wants and constantly adding to the stock to meet them Now dont fail to give me a call All manner of produce taken in exchange for goods jWPATECO JOLLvY ky W It ia DEERINGS Ball and Roller Bearing Pony Binder the Lightest Draft Binder on the Market Sold by 1 3 UlUUft CHARLES RADENHEIMER Clifton Mills ky REPUBLIC IN DANGER Confident or Victory NO FEARS OF A WAR TURKEYS ARMING HAS NO GENERAL SIGNIFICANCE There It No Fear That KItlior Uulcarla or SerTla Will Abandon the lollcy They Have Iollowed Thus lar Turk Acting Suspicious Near Lamia Too Mini Knife - Â¬ Londox May 31 Tho Athens correspondent of Tho Times says Tur keys continncd arming nnd reported Russian preparations with other rumors of a bcllicoso character rniso tho hope3 of somo ot tho Greek newspapers that Greeco may yet benefit from n general European war But tho majority of the nation absorbed by a sad oxperienco is only desirous that Europe should protect Groeco against her conqueror Thero is no reason to fear that either Bulgaria or Sorvia will abandon tho pol loy thoy havo followed thus far Tho Turkish troops who havo been Bentto tho Servian nnd Bulgarian fron Â¬ tlet b aro only intonded to replaco thoso who wero withdrawn just boforo tho war began Tho reports of alarming troubles published abroad causo surprise here as thero is no sign of any such movement nor is nny prominent politician likely to commit himself to an antl dynastio program Ifrnnnears that tho Princoof Wales lias oxprosscd his personal desiro that tho Grown Princo Constantino should como to London for tho jubiloo festivi ties and this is regarded as indicative of English good will toward Greeco Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TURKS ACTING SUSPICIOUS Â¬ Â¬ VA W Â¬ A Real Blood Remedy - sss King Oeorco Urgei tho ICmpcror of Itui- la to Intervene Athens May 81 Dispatches from Lamia report forward movoments of a suspicious character by tho Turks Major General Nelson A Miles ar- Â¬ rived Saturday at Lamia visited tho Greek lines and subsequently lunched with Crown Princo Constantine King Goorgo paid n visit to M Onou tho Russian minister Saturday and after a two hours interviow sent a long telegram to Emperor Nicholas urging him to intervene on behalf of Groeco Conspiracy Against Klue Goorgo Losdojt May 81 Tho Berlin corre Â¬ spondent of Tho Daily Mail says From a Russian sonrco comes nows of a conspiraoy against King Gcorgo of Greeco far moro dooply rooted than was supposed Thero is indubitable ovideuco that Premier Rail and his colleagues in the cabinet aro gravely implicated in a ylot to overthrow the dynasty Mora TroatiU la Crete London May 81 A dispatch to Tho Times from Owe island of Oreto says that armed UnMolinans made a aortici from Cudl Saturday night aud burned tho villa of Kalivia killing 14 The diauatchadda This ia certain to hare anoosi otumauMktm m it will iaon New Yokk May 81 The big striko Startling Statement of General llenjaniln of garment makers ha3 entered upon its llutterworth at Philadelphia third week About 2500 operators Philadelphia May 31 General But whoso omployers havo signed tho new terworth at tho Memoriul Day services agreement havo returned to work leav Â¬ said Theso exercise nro not for tho ing about 22400 still on striko in this Leader Meyer dead ho said thoy aro for tho living city and vicinity Wo best honor tho boldlor dead hy an Schoenfold says that thero is many I for tho striko and exincorruptiblo purposo to keop tho ro omens of snecessas satisfied that the presses himself pnblio thoy gavo their lives to savo Is operators will not return to work under the Cretans Who wni lnaKo reprisals our conduct worthy of tho dead and tho tho old conditions DEATH ON A CROSSING country for whloh thoy died Morely Milwaukee May 81 Many points Four Children Killed and Four Other paying tribute in words to tho dead is in Michigan nnd Wisconsin experienced hut a mockery Injured Two of Them Fatally Tho courso of all republics has been tho novelty of Decoration Day snow Â¬ Denver May 81 At throo oclock Our own is tho samo storms yesterday At Monomineo yesterday morning a spring wagon toward tho rooks reason and for tho samo Tho theory Mich it snowed at frequent intervals driven by Henry Mnrsau a carpenter government is that men will pro of our nil day times quite hard At and containing eight children ranging servo that which they prizo most high Â¬ Bayfleld faomo sufHoiont snow fell Sat Â¬ Wis in ago from 3 to 0 years was struck by ly hut thoy do not It is said that tho urday night to cover the ground and a special train on tho Denver and Rio peoplo lovo liberty nnd home nbove all tho thermometer dropped to 80 At Graudo railroad and as a result four of else and that it would be absured o Oshkosh Wis snow fell yesterday tho children nro dead and the others are say that thoy would destroy that which morning nnd at noon tho thermometer terribly injured two so badly that they makes lifo worth living Theoretically registered tho lowest in many years at it is not will dio Marsau with his threo chil- that is so Practicallymoro danger today this season Tho ropnblio ia iu dren had been spending tho day at the than when THE IVTARrCiTS Fort Sumter was flred upon homo of Christopher Schoneweiss in Thoro aro influences that nro making for He view of tho Grain and Livestock JUur- the southern portion of tho city When ready to start for home ho took a load ill Wo havo plenty of education bu kets Tor May 31 of children gathered up in the neigh- education unless leavened with moral ity simply fits tho man to bo an export Cincinnati Tobacco Market borhood for a short rido Hhdj It is claimed by tho polico that Mar scoundrel Our country is in dangeris bo Offering for tho weok as causa corruption in our politics i 810 Ban was iutoxicated and paid no atten Now U37 common as elections and in our munic tion to tho signals of tho engineer but ipal and state legislature thero is an or Old 785 drove upon tho track whilo the train ganized banditti that demands tributo Hojco tons for the nook yji was in plain sight aud but a fow foot Aocual snloi for iho ucok 1001 away Tho engino strnck tho wagon and sells lop elation ripo aud ripening Hioelpcs for thoueek 1213 Tho influences aro Tiio 0J7 tuud now utfered averaged 00 demolishing t aud crushing nnd mang Â¬ to destroy our govornlnent unless wo por lOJlbi against II 05 for 013 lihd II Jtho ling tho children in a horriblo manner turn nsldo from tho way wo havo beer previous weok and 4 63 for t67 hhd tho Tho dead aro going and adhero to principles rather corroiponding weok In 1800 Elsio Marsau aged 8 Tho 763 Jiluls old olforod nvoraged fi 83 to party Thero aro too many men who Otto Schonowoiss aged 6 Ibj nguluit I1C4 for 707 hhds tho would scorn dishonesty in privnto af per 100 provlo Gcorgo Banker aged 5 Weok is nnd fairs who encourago it iu politics Half the samo week in 1890 IS48 for 1711 hhds Etta Speaker aged 0 tho world is going to the devil because Tho fatally injured aro rittsburir out loud no Tho Alfred Marsau aged 7 bady man Â¬ hasono willifshoutropnblio is to bo timo Cn Uo Prima W 105 6 focdors pre como tho gled f 1 tSSJl 03 bulls stags and cows 13 00 Hogs iMino light 13 05O3 7u Willio Bankor aged 3 crushed and served whon wo will have to rcbuko 8 75 meu out loud heavy ti c53 GO common to fair U 25 internally injured 33 15 Shoop Kxtra 1 2 Ol 25 good Ccusuralili Dltimtclies Badly but not fatally hurt commou fJ Emtio Marsau aged 6 log broken Havana May 11 Captain Genoral 11 C08t f10 VOOl 75 veal 8033 40 oliolcu 1 cUvoj 0 000 Bertha Schoneweiss badly bruised Weyler went from Tunas to Jucaro on Inmbi 1 Honry Marsau tho driver sustainod Friday hut roturued to Tunas yester Cincinnati day a sovoro scalp wound 3aw37a CatÂ¬ The insurgents dynamited a passonger tleWhoa S088Do Com 0094 6J 5 olcocil EX CONGRESSMAN BOYD DEAD butcher H fair to traiu between Santa Oiaru and Esper medium f J 3583 00 common U 601 auzas Tho baggago car was capsized 8 25 HoR4 Solected and prlmo hutchen lie Came Within One Tote of Ilelng Gov and the loconiotivo and throo passonger 13 5CtB3 fi picking 13 4033 60 common ernor or Illinois In 1873 J t03 40 Lewiston Ills May 81 Ex Con cars wero derailed but uo lives wero to roughIt 0030 03 4J Sheep 3 Jnmbj grossman Thomas A Boyd died at his lost Chicago lttlr of ConiuU Appointed homo in this city Saturday night aged Ilogi Soloatod Dutchors 3 2503 00 67 years Judgo Boyd was born iu Wasiiinoton May 29 Tho president mixed 13 4533 OS SO 1880 and came has nominated Ferdinand W Neumann Pennsylvania Juno 7t3 5 j most ralei II Sheep -- 13 cows 16l 85 to Illinois in 1850 locating in Lowiston 769 of Illinois to bo consul at Cologne Ger- Â¬ nnd bulls 11 7503 75 4 5 Inmb3 13 6085 60 Captain Boyd was elected to Congress many and Max Bouchscin of Illinois to New York in this the Ninth district in 1870 de- Â¬ bo consul of tho United Stated at Bar Â¬ Cnttlo lt 4035 25 Shve- p- 533 53 feating George A Wilson of Peoria men Gorman y lamb II 6035 00 He was re elected to Congress in 18 by a greatly increased majority after which he declined to again bo a candi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r i 61 CiUtle-Niitvoiteo- Â¬ Judgo Bovd was stricken with paralysis and slnco that timo has been an invalid He came within ono voto ot being governor of Illinois in 1873 whon he was defeated by Governor Boveridge for lioutenaut governor on tho tloket with Richard J Oglesby who was Ua afterward chosen Unit senator 1888 date In HMUNUMhN y l -- Sugar Xlflg IMetulMoi May 38 The court has sustainod tho motion of the defense and tho case agaiust Henry O Havcmeyer president of tho Amwlew gage Re flulag company for eootonaojr ot Dm eaat atupw- iareetigaciiur oonmiMM it dluuleead This probably tigmitm a similar result in the wmalnlnf uaeea of BearlM aud Stjariver WAsrnNQTON - n SHOULD BE OF FIRST CLASS WORKMANSHIP YT CORRECT PRICES f UP-TO-DATE JHO t 4 4 1 s 222 itrfctiMfef VwisVsM J KEITH OLOVBHTOaT y SON i SV