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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wifjrTj- - wjhiijiji iA MWri aw wirr w r w - ni r 4W THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 9 1897 NO 47 KHMWI fcL3 rTS jVOL XXI TO BE SUCCESSFUL YOU MUST ADVERTISE ySsrfw i fopS SJ H r jHMcrw HOPEFUL VIEW Taken By Walter Wellman Our Washlnton Correspondent McKINLEY AND CUBA The President Hat Sodded Upon Hit Spain Must Quit CENTURY Rounded Out By James B Polioy 4JSV lM 3fvv rK I - Vi K i Nkw Yonic Juno 7 Tho Journal print 3 tho following dispatch from Washington President McKinlcys Cuban polioy is THE BUSINESS FUTURE today concreto and fixed Already the first noto to Spain is blocked out and merely awaits tho nrrivnl and report of Farmers Are Replenishing Their Special Commissioner Calhoun to givo it its final impulse President McKin Exhausted Wardrobes and Ten- Â¬ ley has himself outlined tho main ants Paying Rent for the features of his polioy to confidential friends and advisers during tho present w ck To ouo of theso he said Unless Mr Calhouns reports differ FIRST TIME IN THREE YEARS very materially from tho overwhelming facts already- - in my possession I can havo bat ouo policy in tho mattor This V WAsnrKOTO Juno 8 Special Thai bloody war must stop as woll in tho in the times nro getting better In most parti terests of hrtnanity at on account of tho lives and property of Americans of tiio country that at last business la Improving nlowly but surely and tho pcopto aro which havo bocn and uro being need Â¬ lessly sacrificed regaining n little of their former cheerful I havo every confidence in Consul nest Is tlio testimony of most of tho sena General Leo his integrity and his tors and representatives with whom I have painstaking accuracy in reporting tho talked on this subject It must bo remem situation but I felt that tho American bered that our members of congress coino peoplo would bo Better satisfied woro from all parts of tho country thnt thoy my action based upon reports obtained by tho confidential agents and advisers are In closo touch with their constituents and thnt it is only natural they should bo of my own administration and for that ablo to feel tho public pulso qulto as reason I concluded to send in the first quickly and accurately as any one Tho place Judgo Day and later Mr Calrepresentatives from tho southern states houn to mako tho investigation Tho are pcrhups tho most encouraged Almost situation docs not admit of delay Prcsidout McKinloys noto to Spain without ofcoptlon they speak of hotter conditions now prevailing among tholr will recite tho condition of affairs in people Wlillo tho prlco of cotton has not Cuba as verified by tho consular reports Ho will then do been high It Is a llttlo better than It was and by Mr Calhoun clare that at one time a few years ago Tho most grounds oftho time to Interfere on tho humanity and interest lias nportant thing Is that In many parts of tho south tho planters liavo learned to di come The riendly mediation of tho versify their crops a llttlo and they havo United States will then bo offered to particularly learned to cxorolso greater settle tho difficulty in tho island on the They find basis of its independence and tho pay Â¬ economy In their operations ment of on indemnity by tho new gov Â¬ they can mako as rouoh monoy with cotton at 7 cents as thoy used to mako at 10 ernment of Cuba Spain will bo given 80 daya to reply or 11 Tho only dlffcrcnco Is that they liavo to cut a llttlo closer watch tho small to this noto Should her reply bo an accoptanco of tho offer an armistice - things manage mora judiciously will be immediately established Should Years ago tho cotton planter for Instance never thought of raising corn upon it be declined and tho administration to which to feed his mules or vegetables fears this nlternativo the president will bis family and help As n rulo he at onco scud a message to congress bought all such things from tho north or which ho has already blocked out and from other parts of tho country and con Â¬ will advise congress to take such action Now as it deems proper front evidence to be fined his attention solely to cotton submitted ho looks to It that his corn and vegetables aro raised on bis own place and also that TELLS ABOUT THE INSURGENTS tho pigs produco bacon at homo and tho An Odlcor In General Oomeii Hotly Guard hens eggs and poultry In many such Interviewed ways farming has undorgono qulto a revoWashington Juno 6 Captain W lution In tho cotton bolt and tho result Is that tho couth Is returning to prosperous D Smith of the Cuban army spent condays siderable time again yesterday with tho Hard Tlmo Lenoni senato committeo on foreign relations Tho times havo been very hard In th In a brief interview with a representa western states Thoro tho recovory Is pret Â¬ tive of the Associated Press ho said ty slow but It Is coming A senator who Tho Cuban army is now in better has Just returned from a Journey out condition to resist tho Spaniards and to through tho Mississippi valley and tho pralrlo states farther west tells me tho maintain tho fight for independence than it has bcon since the beginning of people aro beglnlnng to feel a llttlo- - hotter Thoy havo had such hard conditions to the war General Gomez has a well face that any change seems to them ono disciplined army of about 40000 men for tho hotter The hard times havo taught who aro determined to hold out until several loesons Chief among theso Is that tneir cuorts snau no crowneu witn suc cess Our soldiers aro rapidly procur- Â¬ debts never make a man well to do Another thing tho hard times havodono ing arms and overy day sorves to pnt Is to put a stop to the wild and reckless them on a better footing in this respect speculation In town lots and other real Our troops enjoy a vast advantago over estate that has bcon going on In tho west tho Spaniards in that thoy aro not in for several years Almost every man of juriously affected by tho climate I business In tho western country was caught may say that I have not seen a coso of In ono or another of tho various promising yellow fever or smallpox among tho Monoy was to bo Cuban soldiers slnco I havo been on tho town slto speculations Values woro to island and that I have not been sick a Hiado hand over fist day myself doublo In a few years Tho boom was on Furthermore wo havo no difficulty find merchants and professional men and thrifty farmers wcro uttraotcd by tho won Â¬ in feeding our troops In tho portion derful possibilities They put In their cap of tho country in which tho Cuban ital or their savings and tho only lucky troops aro iu control the provisions are ones among thorn have bcon thoso who protected and we draw our supplies gotout whllo the booms wcro still on from this source Our commissary is JJen who havo traveled through tho west therefore regularly rcnowod and our supplies aro received in quantities suf - my that all tho speculative fovcr has been taken out of the people Probably It will ficient to meet all our wants In rsply to a question Captain Smith bo a good many years beforo tho disease All talk about autonomy aud said returns to plaguo thorn Spanish reforms for Cuba is so much Siena of JTroipcrltr breath wasted Thcro is not a man in I am told that tho farmers of tho coun Â¬ the Cuban army who wilt agroo to ao try who stoppod buying things they oould copt anything short of absolute indedo without as soon as the hard times struck pendence the country aro now beginning to stoak Captain Smith is an American Ho up They shut down buying clothing ns has beon in Cuba for a year and is an much aa possible and boots and shoes and officer iu General Gomoz a bodyguard harnesses and wagons and books and CANOVAS CABINET CONFIRMED wall paper and paint for their housos and barns They woro out their old things Spain Slay Chans Her Cuban Toller and or peggod along with tho old vehicles Iturall General Weyler tools wall paper maohlnery eto Thoso Madrid Juno 7 Tho queen regont who had money stopped buying because they wcro too thrifty to spend mora than has confirmed Seuor Canovas tho pre Â¬ their lncomo Thoso who woro without mier in his ministerial powers and the oney stopped becauso tholr credit had cabinet which sent in their resignation run out Now thoy havo reached tho turn last week will romaln in office with of tho tldo They aro ready to replonlsh personnel and polioy unchanged The their stocks They nro feeling a little queen reached her decision af tor conmore hopeful for the future The small sulting with tlio former premier and merchants nro tho first to nototbo signs of the marshals Included iu the former wore aotlvo trade Boon it will bo felt among the jobbors and wholesalers Then were Scnor Sagasla tho present leader H reaches tho manufacturers more people of tho Liberal party and Martinez aro put to work and prosperity shows ao Campos the captain general of Cuba who gavo way to General Weylor tual signs of returning Campos himself advised tho queen In some of tho states of tho west I am not to form an intermediate cabinet told tho landlords of hotels in many smart government to tha ettles pro just beginning to pay rent for but to trnst tho party which offers tho best and most the first tlmo In thrco years All through dofiulto solution for Cuba and one th hard times tho owners of the bulldlugs which is mast calculated to insuro good Knvo given their property rent free rather than havo tbo hotels closed A man who relations with tho United States whilo dignity knows whereof ho speaks tolls ma he Is being consistent with national Uorro In addition according to tho abk to namo a dozen woll known hotels InÂ¬ spondeucla do Espana he advised the wsstern cities which havo not paid a dol to lar of rent slnco 1804 Many others havo queouthe recall Weylor leading mombors of tho senate All paH only nominal sums Tho proprietors that If tbo bouses wcro oloscd tholr and of tho chamber of deputies who were consulted by her majesty as woll vvaiMrty night bo Irretrievably damaged Â¬ marshals havo for them to it was cheaper by farrevonuo than go for a as three Captain Generaladvised the re Weyler to have call of or two without Havana DUprtlollei Now tho h cobwebs in tho windows fcMtaVtls plaklng up a little and tho land Havana Juno 7 In political circles lords are either beginning to pay rent or and among tho Spanish general public mp eipcotlug to do so In a very short tlmo whoro a feeling of acnto anxiety had Wbitt We Are Keulad existed as to the outcome of tlio cabinet Delegates to tho International postal crisis iu Madrid keen satisfaction Is ex- at the nows that Seuor Canovas entrees gay they And many things In this eoustry to admire but In eomo very Jra as received fresh proof of confidence yortoni particulars they think they aro from tho crown ahead of dm in the old world Vot Instance La Gacota the official gazctto pub Kerr Frltscb director at the German lishes tho text of the reforms recently people of promulgated by the queen regent iu yattet system wonders that the be United States havo given up their council for la sisases to all sorts of monopolies Scnor Joso Congosto the Spanish li tit he says that In Berlin where the representative on the Ruiz investigatjelapaoiM is managed by thn goveraineat ing commission sallod Saturday for Maa adjunct to the postal system there New York M m fewer than 80000 tubeorlbere to KrkUiuMon Killed It a Train taaasaaange This seem an Incredible Gaixipous Oi June- - JtL Logan that there are only wunbar nonsldwlo was brtekiBaaoa from Ciseianatl 100000 subscribers to telephone ex Smcw to M bole United States But killed by a ocin Vntiegr train venter sis cluUtewt taSarlht Um rosea are so low about one eW II toavej n wisW a th1 atwawr that atgMfc the arM tele- every householder nnd the MB Tkankimvt Ky Jwe 4 In the ajani a ooBvealenoe within hl reneh oo tion that had lasted a day The foreign delegate hav also mar Â¬ wi at aud night the allver Democratic state veled that we do not nee the pneumatio tobe system for quick dUpatoh of malls In oooveati- o- nominated Bam JfJhaokal Oweuaboev for foad Paris en great oitle In tendontbey haveBerlin clerkofdafuati Greene court of appeal the Blackburn used and other sSurooeah cities candidal agaimat whom Shackelford Ltubee tut several tears ww grmt uoram wnnm huh Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ire- Â¬ land of Sklllman HIS ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION Attended By Sevoral Hundred ple From Various Coun- Â¬ Peo- Â¬ ties A NOTABLE GATHERING ed it more than him but the Lord called htm home About the last thing he said was I am going to die but I am He was only sick not afraid to die about two montbB and was only confin- Â¬ ed to hhrbed about two weeks At the beginning of his slcknets iio was up and around every day but I could seo he Sunday was dally falling in strength May 0 he said lie was too week to get up and died about 2 p m He always spoke well of you and your family in fact he spoko well of all those old Ken- Â¬ tucky friends and nothing pleased him better than to hear from them or good reports of them I seo you are to meet at Sandy Creek church June 4 Pa built that in 1871 I helped him and we boarded at Dr Davidsons If you havo as many good things to eat that day as wo did while building that church no I would one will go away dissatisfied love to be thero and see your old friends I think met tand talk over tho past I am living in about tho beet Btato in LYNGHINGIN OHIO Was Preceded by a Foarful SlaughLife MOB Â¬ ter of Human MILITIA FIRED INTO THE Which Only Madt the Citizens Moro Dotormlned and tho Prisoner Was Quickly Hanrjed TWO KILLED EIGHT WOUNDED Songs Speeches Around Sermons and Hana Shaklrgs All ySiS INTERESTING RELICS EXHIBITED Court r Iourit I atlier was pleasant and a large crowd of people Assembled at the Sandy Creek Union church to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Mr James B Ire- Â¬ land It is a beautiful and picturepquo location surrounded by magnificent forest trees and is about five miles from ilawesvile There were at a close estl mate 700 people present from Clovor port Ilawesvllle Owensboro and various other points and everything combined to make Uio gathering a notablo one notable for the honor paid to a noble centenaiian and for the immense number of people who came together for such a purpose The following are the names and ages of the committeemen who had the affair in charge Stephen Powers 70 Henry Haynes 52 Frank Lander 70 Sam Brown CO Dr David Davidson 80 Jeff Burnett Oharlr s E Couty Charles E Price each nearly 80 James B Ireland was born Juno 4 1707 in Scott county Ky five miles east of Georgetown On April 25 1822 he married Misa Sarah Lancaster who died February 0 1871 He moved to Gallatin wi Â¬ The REV L B DAVISON the United States but will say during the twenty two years I have lived here there has not been a day but my mind would run back to old Hancock county Ky and her people May God bless you In the future as ho has in the past and may you live to enjoy sevoral more birthdays is my wish Please acknow- Â¬ ledge this and with your own signature My respects to all Yours truly J II Davidon Farmer City Illinois Mr Henry O Boyd of the Treasury Department Washington D O wroto a beautiful and interesting letter as fol- Â¬ lows UnBAJU 0 Juno 7 About 10 days ago a negro entered tho homo of Mrs T M Gaumer publisher of tho Cham paign Domocrat and criminally assault Â¬ ed her and attempted to forco her to givo him a check for 500 Click Mitchell was arrested on suspicion Last Wednes day owing to Mrs Gaumers serious nervous prostration Mitcholl was taken to her homo and sho identified him as her assailant Mitch jll was bound over on a chargo of assault to kill iu 2000 Ho could not givo bail and was locked up in jail As soon as it becamo known that Mre Gaumer had positively identified her assailant thero was tho most intense ex citement and talk of lynching About 10 oclock that night a crowd of fully BOO peoplo surrounded tho fail with tho intention of lynchingtho negro Sheriff McKln who with his deputies was guarding tho jail calloi to his aid a lieutenant and 10 mombers of Company D Ohio national gard Tho nrnicd mi litia had a quieting effect on the mob and about midnight thoy all dispersed Thursday night tho entiro company of guards woro placed on duty at tho jail and another attompt was mado to lynch Mitcholl nnd resulted iu two men being killed and oight others badly wonuded Ncarlv nil niirht tlio jail was surrounded by a howling mob of at least 1000 to 1000 peoplo Ad vances wore being mado so closo to tho guards that thoy at last opened firo on tho crowd and at least 20 Bhot3 wore fired Tho following was killed Harrv JJnll of IJrlinna a snoctator Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r Judge Gilbert San Francisco Juno 4 Attorneys for Theodore Durant again appeared boforo Judge Gilbert iu tho United States circuit court yesterday and ap Â¬ plied for a writ of supersedeas for tho pnrposo of staying tho execution of sen- Â¬ tence but this was denied by tho court An application for lcavo to appeal from this decision to tho supremo court of tho United States was thon granted Although it is an open question whether m viow of tho denial of tho writ of supersedeas tho order of tho Tho fury of tho mob was such that court acts as a stay of proceedings At Mitcholl was almost torn to pieces It i tornoy General Fitzgorald told Warden belioved by sonio that ho was dead bo Halo to tako no action in tho premises ponding tho appeal As tho United foro his body was hanged Tho body of Mitcholl was allowed to States supremo court does not moot hang for about an hour when it was again until October next this virtually cut down and placed in a rough wooden means a respite for six months at least bos in tlio courthouso yard Thero 1 lvetl 103 Ytmra thousands of spectators including many Boston- - Juno 7 Mrs Charity Green children and hundreds of women viowed tho distorted nnd lacerated 105 years of ago an inmate of tho home for aged colored women died yester features Tho coroner returned a verdict in tho day Mrs Green wa3 born a slave at caso of Mitchell that ho camo to his Portsmouth Va Sho came to Boston death br haueiur in tho court house in 1S51 and lenme a free woman Â¬ Â¬ Upton liaker of Champaign County Tho wounded woro Danlol Garvey Urbana shot through tho log John Wank of Oklahoma shot in tho hip Ray Dickerson of Champagno county shot in tho shoulder Wesley Bowcu of Cablo shot in tho hip Prosecutor Dcaton of Champagno county slight wound in hip Gcorgo Ellicott Urbana slight wound in chin Dr Charles Thompson of North Low isbnrg slight scalp wound Gus Wciser of Urbana bad wound in faco Shortly after 7 oclock Captain Leon Â¬ ard withdraw tho guards and a com pany from Springfield that arrived about that time wero 6cnt back by Mayor Ganson with tho remark that thoy wcro not needed lo Eooner had the soldiers backs been turned than a crowd of several thousand of tho best citizens of Urbana unmasked nttrirlrpd frm tnil Wltl slcdgo hammers thoy rained blow after blow upon tho locks But beforo tho doors wero burst open tho sheriff do livorcd tho koys to tho mob A mad rush was mado for Mitchells coll Tho leader of tho mob carried a long ropo which was put around tho negros neck Tho victim was literally dragged from his cell roceiving kicks in tho faco and on tho body from tho mob as ho was pulled nlong The courthonso yard was tho objec- Â¬ tive point and at tho first treo tho end of tho ropo was tossed over a limb Tho negro boon swnng in midair Tho ropo was not mado fast to tho limb but was seesawed by tho mob tho victims body being pulled up and suddenly lowered alternately As ho went up a jjreat shout escaped tho throats of tho thousands of specta tors of tho grewbomo sight Many women wcro either in tho crowd or jnst outside tho courthouso Â¬ 4 NrD3 fcAlOfifi POWDER Celebrated for Iti great learrnlng ttrength and healthfulness Atsures the food aealnit alum and all fotms of adulteration sommon to the cheap brands XOYAL BAKINO Absolutely Pure rottDKR CO NEW YORK yard at tno nanas or an infuriated mob whobo names aro to mo unknown Tho body was taken to Oakdalo como tcry and buried in tho potters field RESPITE FOR DURANT An Appeal to tlio Supreme Court Urantrd r One of my often expressed and very earnest desires will be realized on the 4th Inst when ou shall have turned the century mile post in the journey of life and attained to the unusual ago of one hundrtd years I send you my warmest congratulations and assure you of my deep inter Â¬ Â¬ est in tho etent thanking our Heavenly Father for His merciful providence iu sparing our lives beyond the ordinary period of longevity in this age of the world This evidenco of the Lords good pleasure in prolonging your days is for some wise purpose we may be sure and I know you rejoice in all the bless Â¬ ings which liavo filled the span of your earthly career and as St Paul said iu tho evening of bis days though his life was much briefer and more rugged than yours and your course is not yet finish Â¬ I have fought a good light I have ed kept the faith Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness which the Lord tho righteous Judge shall give me at that day I hope that by reason of strength your life may be prolonged yet many days and that I may be spared to grasp your kindly hand soon again as I propose to make a visit to Kentucky this summer if the Lord wills You know that I am living- - much in the shadows now under the heavy a mict Â¬ ion which has overtaken me in tho loss oi my dearly beloved companion but the great Borrow has cleared away all the mists that might have dimmed my spirit- Â¬ ual vision which reaches beyond this vale of tears and touches the boundaries of the Invisible It would plcaso me very much to have a few lines from your own pen after your one hundredth birthday lias been cele- Â¬ brated expressing some reflections on your well spentiife and a tbqugbt of the hope which illumines the future that stretches out into the unknown realm before you May our Heavenly Father continue to blets you with His tender mdrcies till the end of your earthly pil grimage and receive you at last in His upper and better kingdom where I pray that we may all be gathered together on the everlasting shores there to dwell in His presence forever In hope and faith and trust believe me always sincerely your friend Himby O Boyd There were no services in the after Â¬ noon the crowd engaging in talks of be Â¬ gone daya and singing old timo songs Nearly all present shook hands with Mr Ireland He seemed more than glad to see them and greatly enjoyed the day The relics on dUplay were numerous Here is a Hat of them aud descrlptloa Mr A A Lallelet of Oloverport had u hk aoaaatloa a letter wrlttea by Oath arlae LaHeiatto Mm Harriet Lallelat before there was any peei offiee at that alaee Thht letter was seventy yeaie old and well preserved JOLaHeietjbaoiittn BMwlein Penn Â¬ sylvania Mr LaHeiat abet deer with It la the Uatlta of Oloverport ToMaejmrt w W Weaiherbolt Â¬ fifc Srf ijtwi r IKlMl Did You Know reel guaranteeing it against Breakage r JAMES B IRELAND county in 1824 and lived near Warsaw until 1850 when he moved to Hancock county five miles above Ilawesvllle on the Ohio river where he still resides at the home of his son T D Iteland He has BOven children uow living the oldest being seventy His grandchildren num Â¬ ber twenty eight and great grandchil dren twenty nine His children are John Ireland Greencatle Ind oldest son who is in the planing mill business RL Ireland Madison Ind born 1833 Judge W W Ireland Evansville Ind born 1835 James L Ireland Sklllman born 1811 T D Ireland Sklllmanborn 1837 Mrs James A Thursby o Fal Â¬ con born 1845 Mrs Ann Oliver of Greencastle Ind born 1831 Mrs Oliver has the distinction of having been a widow thirty years and she looked to bo about the youngest woman on the grounds To all appearances Mr Ireland Is good or many more years in the land of the living The beautiful country church was opened at 10 oolock and was so crowded that it was uncomfortable Rev Black man Davidson an eminent divine read a chapter from the ninetieth psalm Ray G G Taylor ol West Point led the congregation In prayer The choir then sang How Firm a Foundation Rev Davidson thou made a few remarks Rev W B Rutledge de- Â¬ livered the closing prayer Rev U G Foote then read the fol- Â¬ lowing letter of congratulations Mr J B Ireland Ilawesvllle Ky My Old Friend Twenty six years ago this spring or fall I cast my first vote and It was for you I remember I went to the little brick school house In ilawesvllle to vote for School Directors or Trustees and not liking the ones being voted for I vcai informed that I could vote for any oa so put year Mtaa to tha list You were to wy mind at that tlm th kind of a maul tbeaglit ehottld All aaefe qAeae I alwaji looked np to you as a traa aantlamau and I am awry U say that aloe 1 lelt my MoW Kaataaky mat w Uk you My horn I father last summer expected tobe with yon oa the t- of Jose and there will not be oh thai that would have as joy Â¬ That the new 1897 Jones Lever Binder has a friction Did You Know That you can attach the Tongue No bolts or wrench necessary to the platform ready to move from field to field by simply turning a crank Did You Know That we have a lever to tie the knot and extract the bundle therefore saving one half the power Did You Know That the lever takes the place dred pieces on other Binders of from one to two hun- Â¬ kw Did You Know That it has what is practically a five piece knotter DID YOU KNOW That the Jones Lever Binder is the 7r Â¬ only machine that is carried on a SPRING relieving it from all sudden jars and shocks while on rough ground DID YOU KNOW That the new Jones Lever Binder is more simple to a boy than any other Binder is to a machinist Â¬ DID YOU KNOW That the above are only a few of I a4 the many advantages this machine has over All Others Come and let us Show you i Hook Miller Hardinsburg Ky Co B f la r MVvmtMmi V V - ICoatiewte aa Uemi Pea SSHPyrir J WlJWW jrWT JS THBi BRBlOKBINRIDQHI NHW8 OLxOVElRPORT KY CENTURY Continued From 1 4 Breckenridge Jm Si T 9 Satloge EilUri News HARDINSBURQ L H ui Froprlttri 0 1897 fc W TIME TAKE WEDNESDAY JUNE had a round looking glass about seventy five years old SOIXQ WHY Robert Tubln of Toblnspoit had a This lue of the News will do to file Paiinr Dally arr IUrdlniburgHJS pm beech cane and solid gold ring brought away or future reference Miss Annie Bassett returned homo last from Ireland each 116 years old Mrs Sarah Irelands side saddle was Saturday Bryan has received the appoint 0 county on exhibition made in Georgetown in Prof Roberta went to Meade ment aa post master at Brandenburg 1835 last week James B Ireland kit of tools used Miles Bessie Beard hai returned homo when a boy J also a reel Meads county lost a splondld man and that wound the thread that made clothes for the Ireland agoodcltlxm In the death of Mr Jesse from college Mlfs Eva Cashman is visiting Mrs children from 1830 to 1845 Ashcraft last week Cunningham Ilackel made by James B Ireland In Frank Jarboo has been appointed the year 1823 These were 800 people at Bewley ylll A piece of gopher wood last Sunday to celebiato Childrens Day Notary Public Shot pouch wofa in the Revolutionary There will be as many more there next Miss Maggie Baker is visiting relatives war by Edward Oglesbys father Joseph Wednesday to attend the Sunday School in Hancock county Oglesby Convention Mrs Elvira Babbage returned to Mrs O P Polk blue plate bought In Cloverport last Monday New Orleans In 1821 SicRETAny Mornlngstar of Bowling Miss Eula Miller has returned from James B Ireland cap 110 years old Green has Just been to Nashvillo and college at Bowling Green made of beautiful lace completed arrangements for a throe days Miss Ree Washington of Irvlngton Small basket made by an Indian 100 slay for the press boys at the exposition was visiting here last Sunday years ago Mr Mornlngstar Is exquisite Pewter dish usid by an aristocratic John I Gregory has been appointed Kentucky family eighty years ago The apple men are looking over the inspector of oils for the county Two handsome Dresden pictures crop prospecting seeing the condition Mrs Emma White of Holt Ky was bought in Paris France by Annie and what the prospect is They are very visiting Mrs J A Witt Sunday Hawes grandfather in 1835 They well pleased with the outlook Charley Cashman has been appointed Masonic apron property of Edmund say apples will be a very good price deputy county clerk at Union Star St John Newman a Colonel In the Rev- Â¬ The M E church will hold its Chil- olutionary war grandfather of Mrs We are very glad to note that Ken Â¬ drens Day exercises next Sunday Sarah McAdam Hawesvllle The apron tucky has been mentioned as one of the Richard F Hall has been appointed was made by his little daugh Â¬ greatest among the turkey growing Stati s administrator of John Lymans estate ter In 1770 Well just now she is not so confounded Map of Hancock county compiled by This town will send a good delegation slow with her crop of spring chickens down to the circus at Cloverport Friday James E Stone either Flax hackle in owners possession sevenTho trustees met last week and ap- Â¬ ty-five years Monday that l e pointed S A Pate tax collector for the A man told the News A box of soft soap made in 182 6 by refused an offer of 40 cents per bushel town Mrs J II Cannon Hancock county He said for a thousand bushels of corn Mrs G W Beard went to Sklllman Twosets of candle molds that furnished he wanted 50 cents and would get it last Friday to attend the Ireland celebra- Â¬ light by which James B Ireland read certainly getting better tion Conditions are history in this Instance at least I am still repairing watches clocks James B Ireland cow bell to assist jewelry silverware and spectacles T him to find his only milch cow in tho The Democratic State Convention at C Lewis hills of Gallatine county in 1824 Frankfort nominated Sam J Shackel Orvllle Gregory has been appointed School book written by Robert Hardle ford of Owensboro for Clerk of the administrator of the estate of L G while in school in Scotland in the year of Appeals The nomination was Gregory Court 1820 won on the tenth ballot by a combina Two solid silver candle sticks owned Johnnie Kincheloe returned home with Gns W Richardson of Meade tion from the Medical college at Louisville by Matilda ODonnal great grandmother county who is to bo Mr Shackelfords of James A Thursby in 1770 last Saturday chief deputy Tea pot owned by Mrs Sarah Ireland D S Richardson and wife of Union ninty years old Farmers tell us that there has been a Star were here Sunday visiting their Demijohn 300 years old very great improvement in the wheat daughter Mis P M Beard William S Alslp a German Bible 300 crop during the last three weeks Corn James A Tucker has built a new years old is coming up well but is not growing blacksmith shop here and is ready to do New Testament property of U G fast on account of Hie cold weather To all kind of work in that line Foote ninety years old bacco has been about all Bet In some Rev Sarnest the Persian minister Spico mill brought from Germany over sections there has been a full crop set in lectured at the M E Church South 100 years ago by the mother of Kit Jack- Â¬ others not so much The acreage will Sunday night to a large audience son be about what it was last year James A Tucker tho new blacksmith United States History sixty threo years will do your horseshoeing cheaper than old A suiwcRiiiER said to the News the any one else in town Give him a call A variety of books from fifty six to 134 other day Those letters of Nemos are Mies Mary Wheat of Louisville and years old a feature of the NKwstbatI like Every Razor bought by H W Bibb on the Miss Sallie Taylor of Rosetla were the one of them are good and worth the guests of Airs V G Babbago last Wed- Â¬ Ohio river sixty five years ago and then price of the paper for a whole year said to be more than thirty years old nesday Just so and the beauty about them they A Fenian 10 bond P M Beard has built a bath house at get better all the while The one we An Ulster County Gazjtte published the lake Bathing suits and a ticket of publish this week and that of last week admission are necessary before you can at Kingston Ulster county N Y Jan- Â¬ are full of good meat for boys and ought uary 4 1800 the property of Miss Georgia to be read by every boy in the land take n plunge Bibb Owensboro My shop is well equipped for all Nemos letteis aro character builders Skillet owned by James B Ireland repairs of time keeping machinery since 1822 Read our Washington letter and tho Every thing done first class Come see Bonnet over one hundred years old article Sngu In the Tariff and catch me T C Lewis Brass candlestick one hundred years on to the real conditions which confront Key S K Breeding is at Litchfield old property of Mrs Nancy Newman all of us What the most of us want to this week attending the district confer- Â¬ Cap pistol carried through Arkansas do Is to read and think and study our ence of the M E church Bishop by John Ireland own individual condition All reforms Walden is presiding Western Farmers Almanac fifty four bgn at home from the home they Sheriff S A Pate says the people ytnrs old spread to communities then to towns mustsHtle their taxes earlier this year Receipt for passage from Troy Ind cities states and to the nation The on account of the court requiring him to to New Orleans dated June 17 1831 on trouble with most of us is we want to be make an earlier settlement board steamer Louisiana It was the gu at the top and work downwards Goes Williams came up from Hartford custom in those days when a man This applies to politics as well as to last Saturday to meet his wife and chil- Â¬ went to New Orleans ho could pay religion dren who have been visiting her sister part of his passage by carrying wood They returned home This is remarkable in showing how peotho past week As numerous as banks are and other ple traveled Monday institutions where money can be depos- Â¬ Another relic was a well preserved pa- Â¬ John R Johnson and others have pe- Â¬ ited witli reasonable safety it seems We hereby titioned the county court for a vote upon per reading as follows strange that men will undertake to make certify that Catherine Adams is entitled a hiding place for money elsewhere In the local option question within the to ten shillings specie for one pack sad Â¬ the case of an Iowa farmer who wouldnt limits of Hardlnsburg The vote will be dle impressed for the late expedition trust his home bank or no one else with taken July 31 against the Wabash Indians under the Ira Baalism charged with the murder command of Gen Claik his money it has resulted very disastrously He had IjOOOO which he took of Harvey Beyers near Askins last winter Given under our hands this 10th day out and burled in a field Shortly after- had his examining trial before Judge August 1787 District of Kentucky wards he lost his mind and hasnt since Ah last week and was admitted to ball Signed Edmun Lyne Richard Taylor been able to locate his treasure or give in the sum of 500 Isaac Shelby any luf jrmation in regard to it except All Sunday Schools in the county The evening services were conducted fiat he buried it somewhere should send delegates to the county in the open air convention which meets at Bewleyville Rev G G Taylor mado an address A loon roads movement was put on June 1G An interesting program has Nearer My God To Thee was sung foot in this town last week A number been arranged and it will be a big day and the closing song was God Be With of business men have taken it upon Hook Miller Co received a car load Us Until Wo Meet Again themselves to have one good road lead of corn last week It is selling at 50c ing out of the town and with that end per busiel This corn ought to have NAMES OK SOME OF THE OLD PEOPLE in view they rode out over Nigger PRESENT been brought here from the county in Â¬ hill to Be the best route to the Tar stead of having it shipped from another The following well known and substan- Â¬ Springs They met with encourage Â¬ point tial citizens all above GO years were ment all along the route from land own Â¬ Notice to Taxpayers I will be at present and enjoyed the day immensely ers and dwellers who seemed as anxious Rock Valo June 22 Glendeano 23 Mc It was an inspiration to meet them and aa they for a good road The way is Daniels 24 Hudsonville 25 Ouster 20 be in their presence It is to be hoped open and a splendid road can be secured All taxpayers whoso taxes aro now due thaR each and every one of them may to the springs at a small cost It will must meet me on said dates and settle have the pleasure of rounding out their take a little work and good management century S A Pate S B C their taxes to get it but it will be a big thing for W S Thomas Hawesvllle 01 born For fear of some misunderstanding on this town and the good farihers who live account of Mr Kincheloe closing out January 3 1830 in Jefferson county In that section The road will be built Frank Lander Hawesvllle 07 born his Jewelry business I wish to have it and it will be a giod one understood I am not closing out my September 1830 headwaters of Sandy repair Bhop but will do all repairs in my creek Hancock county This is the only Marion Weatherholt and family of line as heretofore Bring me your work occasion and the first time In 30 years Holts Bottom have moved to this city you will bo pleased both with work and that Frank was ever known to give up and rented property on tho hill Mr price his age Your Jeweler W W Newman 74 born 1823 near Weatherholt has been given the depu T O Lewis ties place In the post ofllce Cloverport We con- Â¬ A very delightful hour was spent by gratulate Mr Wilson on securing such a Mrs Nancy Newman nee Haynes 73 the people of this placo at the M E born 1824 in Ohio county trust worthy and capable young man Church South last Sunday morning R O Lamar 07 born 1830 In Han Â¬ where they had gathered to witness the for Fifty Cent Guaranteed tobacco bablt euro makes weak Childrens Day exercises from 10 to 11 a cock county rue u strong blood pure too II All druggUt Capt Wm Weatherholt 03 born 1834 m The church was handsomely decor- Â¬ ated with flowers vines etc which in Toblns bottom Ind Squire Geo Harned living near Cus Â¬ made the surroundings unusually at- Â¬ Alex Hambleton 07 bora Jauary 0 ter has a two year old peach tree which tractive The house was ctowded when 1830 near Cloverport bloomed out this spring in a full dress Sam F Brown a sprightly youngster The children re- Â¬ of aa beautlfnl pink roses as you ever the exercises btgn aw on a rose bush In the center of cited beautifully and everybody was of 00 born Ma ch 14 1831 in Rockport Mch rose was a well developed peach It more than pleased The contribution Ind wm a wonderful freak of nature and Steve Powers another hale and hearty Mined much comment in the neighbor Â¬ for the Childrens Day fund amounted to youngster of 78 bora on Washingtons People for miles aroaad were W 40 hood I to uh uoum to see it birthday 1810 Mrs Lucdtla CarltoWJ bora nearly Tebbible Accident It la a terrible DwiY Waoto M4t M4 Bat Ink IJft iwJ acident to be burned or scalded but three quart of a eastary ago on tba forever bo mf Te tobco oll m4 Mm pia and agony rn and visor take the frightful aaaaa day aa the CMWtMrlM Juaa 4 Mtic fM i U Mm win4rnfcr tfco alte weak taca tHeflfureaiMta can be quickly ovareowe 1824 atruatf AM wiiMi We or H Cwiwih- Mawfctet twa swnrir rrs Mmii without laavlftg a tear by H DeWitts Dr Davla DavUee Weikaraf the Bar Waulf C CUwn w bw Yevfc WU Haaal Salva SUH A HMa Bkokwaw hala Mel Uaatty at 79 aad eomo HIT Passenger Dally arr Hardtusbarg Fnt Page IiJ7 ara SIX PAGES Â¬ ld spread one of the best dinners on tho grounds Randall McGavock 70 W R Tlndall 05 M May 08 D T Beauchamp 03 Goorge Wilson near 00 and Lewis Holmes GO and upwards tho old red headed bachelor E B Banks 83 born July 20 1814 in Breckenridge county that portion cut off which now forms a part of Hancock Has lived at tho same place ever since and grew up with the country A well preserved man for his nge Col Robert Tobln 82 born December 1815 In tho Territory of Indiana bif m it was made a State A B Sklllman 05 born 1832 in Breckenridge county Mrs M L Smith nee Urown 00 born 1839 in Brandenburg Mrs Cattle Greathouse GO daughter of Mike Smith Henry county born 1830 T Cummlngs 07 Cannelton Ind born September 10 1830 and wife GO born 1837 Mrs M O Davison 70 wife of Dr Davio Davison born April 1827 near Leavenworth Ind Her maiden name was Lathrop Henry Webster 77 born June 3 182 0 in Virginia W T Moredock 03 born March 4 1831 in Breckenridge county Mrs Celeste Sterrett 75 born July 1822 in Shelby county John H RoDack G7 born 1830 in Ger- Â¬ many come to this country in 1848 A L Barties Cannelton 09 born March 1828 in East Tennessee and his brother E M Bartles of Cloverport 71 born September 3 1820 in the sarao State John D Lewis 77 born April 28 1810 in Hancock county Mis Sklllman 02 wife of Mr A B Sklllman born September 1835 in Breckenridge county Mrs Beard 07 wife of the Hon G W Beard Hardlnsburg born June 17 1830 in Elizabethtown W F Mason CO born 183 nnd Geo Ryan 08 born in Indiana Franklin Ditto Sr 77 born Dec 5 1S20 in Meado county There were a few maidens widows widowers and old bachelors present who nearly went into caniption fits when ask Â¬ ed their ags It is a matter of fact that we know their ages but for reasons best known to ourself and family we decline to make them public Â¬ Â¬ Weak Lungs Jew weather wont cure weak Hot lung3 You may feel better be- Â¬ out of doors more but cause the trouble is still there Dont stop taking your Goods at Low Priced Â¬ Never before have wc been better prepared to simply the wants of our customers in the wny cf SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE nnd nt so remarkably Low Prices Scotts IT IS GREAT VALUES In Spring nnd Summer Goods that wc have to show you now Wc nave 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 nnd thepricc wc ask is A Emulsion because the weather happens If you have a to be warm weak throat a slight hacking cough or some trouble with the bronchial tubes summer Is the best time to get rid of it If vou are losing flesh there is all theimore need of attention Weakness about the chest and thinness should never go to-Â¬ gether One greatly increases the danger of the other Heal the throat cure the cough and strengthen the whole system Keep taking Scotts now Emulsion all summer saving price for you to pay WE IF7ITE All Calicoes 4c and 5c yd Dimities worth our price 10c Grenadines worth 25c our price 20c Dotted Swisses nil shade worth 20c our price 10c Linen Madras Lawn worth 15c our price 10c New Linen Lawn worth 15c ntir price toe Linen Duck worth 20c our price COMPARISON 2000 yds of Malting worth 15c 20c 25c and 35c our price to close 10c 12AC and 15c Black Silk Veiling worth 20c our price c yd and a careful inspection of our offerings this season Every piece of goods in our store is a bargain nt 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 ic Fringed Red Damask Table Cloths worth 75c our price 40c A Good Coffee at 10c lb An Extra Good Green CofTce nt I2c lb Extra Fine Red and White Kidney IOC Lawns worth 6c our price 4c Beans for Seed per bushel tot ialo by all drnggiata at joo and turn ioco yds Lace all worth 5c to 15c Salt worth 125 per bbl our price our price 3c to close 90c per bbl Tho arrange 150 pairs Ladies Kid Gloves all ico water on the grounds fresh g oods worth 100 to 250 Our Mattings and Kid Gloves are ments for the comfort of the guests wore Special Big Bargains our price 50c pair splendid Tho people of Sandy Creek ati know how to treat people lho old man was of course the He seemed to centor of attraction enjoy shaking hands and was not tho Ho talked least fatigued or worried and laughed and recognized his old friends and bad a pleasant word for every one Rev G G Taylor of West Point was present and made an interesting talk out in the grounds in the afternoon He slid he had the pleasure of baptizing Bro Ireland togather with Wash Mc Adams and Col William Sterrett over forty years ago A Card of Thanks From The Old Man Sklllman June 7 Mr Babboge I beg a little space in the News to thank the good people of Hawesvllle Clover- Â¬ port and the surrounding towns and country for their presence at our old folks meeting last Friday and for the many kind favors shown and kind words spoken to me that day I appreciate it and thank them all for the interest expressed In my wellfare and happiness Respectfully Jas B Ireland Tired Nervous Sleepless how gratefully they write about Hoods Sarsaparilla dnco helpless and discouraged having lost all faith in medicines now in good health because and able to do my own work Hoods Sarsaparilla has power to enrich and purify the blood and make the weak strong this is experience of a host of people Hoods Pills are the best family cathartic and liver medicine Gentle reliable sure Men and women Our Millinery Goods go at the same close prices We have sold our first stock and bought new fresh goods Ladies Hats from 25c up Wc have no especial day in the week for Bargains Bargain Day Comes Eveiy Day in the Week With Us -- AND OUR MOTTO IS- - QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS AND ONE PRICE TO ALL ADDISON DICK Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Rev Blackman Davison who preached He the sermon is a grand old man says he is the happiest man in the world and he wants to live to be a hun- Â¬ dred years old that is if the Lord is willing and he can be of any use to his fellow man He has been a Methodist preacher for 55 years and during that time has never missed an appointment except in a case of Blckness or failed to meet a train except once and that was on this trip when he missed connection at Louisville and then ho was only two This was no fault of his minutes late however The time of leaving had been changed and he had an old time card in This little mishap seemed his pocket He said he to trouble the old man bad made it the rule of his life to be prompt and punctual in all his dealings and movements His sermon on this occasion was re- Â¬ markable It was not a sermon he said just a plain talk of a plain oldfasbioucd And it was Methodist preacher He read tho 10th chapter in the book His text was tho 31st of Proverbs The hoary head Is a crown of verse glory If it be found in tho way of right- Â¬ eousness This good old man before us he said is an hundred years old What docs it mean It means that he has lived under the administrations of every president of the United States slnco its foundation What a distinction I What an honor And how comes it that this man has been thus honored above so many of his fellow men Ill tell you boys listen He has lived up to the scriptural Injunc- Â¬ Honor thy father and thy tions Ho has made it a point to mother etc honor his father and his mother from his cradle And this is a splendid illustra tion of how to be old Speaking of him self he said he was 84 years one month and three days old today When I started out in life it was my ambition to live to be an old man I wanted he said to be like the grand old man who has long slnco boen called to his reward Col David R Murray He was my ideal of a man and I tried to be like him and the Lord has blessed mo up to this good hour and I hope he will continue to bless me and make me a happy old man not a tour discontented unhappy soul Young people sold he do you want to live to be old like our good old brother whose century is just winding to a close Then you must love and obey your parents and your heavenly father eiy many people ho continued die young because they haje violated the laws of nature man and the laws of God Ho said tho devil the fools and the fiddlers were responsible for the death of many a young man and woman The boys in this day and time smoke and drink their lives out No man he said who smoked 25 cigars and drank a pint of whiskey a day could ever attain old ngt Bro Davison was a son of Philemon and Catharine Davison and was born in Grayson county Ky May 3 1813 He lived in this Breckenridge county and came to manhood in Hancock county He was converted August 7 1831 and united with the M E church He was licensed to preach by the Hawesvllle quarterly conference March 10 1842 1 We are The Grocers Have you been to see us lately If not perhaps Youve Missed Something GBEGORY GTBSON OLOVERrORT KY BfllBreffireTBflBrBBBfrBgggiraHrarraBBraBggaiBgi AA GARRETT went to Garnetlsville AAftAAAftAAlAAAAAAAAAAlAlAV vswwvw Casper Funk ABE FLOCKING TO LION STORE Thursday Mrs Buckler spent Monday in Gar- nettsvlllo J C Crutcher and sister went to Vine Grovo Friday John Funk spent Sunday with Henry Goods Fine Cashlmeres worth 33c yd for Funk and wife 17c Tants worth 500 for j 50 Lawn 4iic per yard Dr W T Miles and Casper Funk Sboct worth Jaoo for 135 for Indies Slippers worth spent Friday night at Buras 115 Meni Hits worth 150 for aolbi Granulated Sugar for 100 4 100 Miss Guerdner Shacklett of Ekron is Child rrnf Woolen Hats worth 195 Green Coffee worth aoc lb 7 lbs for I Co 50 guest of Ida Hllf this week the And Everything Cut to Proportion la this Line L II Mills and family spent last Sun Â¬ day with Chas Ritchie and family J W Tuell and Gus Allen went to lVAVrtAWIAirVArtVVWWWVV Louisville with their sheep Tuesday Blair and family spent part of this Joe r r r o re ZlC2 week in Hardin county visiting rela- Â¬ lay tives Dr Miles and family spent Saturday It tr lu Would nav itv fnin Tiwwti a with D W Burch and wifo of Hill thought he could get one to do equally Grove at much work for j5 t Two Mormon preachers held services at Black Jack school houso a few nights this week Will do Ihe work of any ioo machine t l rf rntr Katie and Misses Drueie Wright to roponsible parties Bertha Fousbee spent Saturday night at West Virginia Supply Ce W W Miles lien Agents Ky and W Va J O Crutcher went to Garnettsville WHEELING W VA Â¬ Thursday to soe his cousin Oscar Simwmeessss j -ritsfoees swKJSxxsan w et v m e m mons who is quite ill Mrs Taylor Slpes and daughter and Miss Eva Buckler wero the guests of Blant Sbackletts family Tuesday Misses Dora Funk and Myrtle Crutch er were the guests of Mrs Mamie Rlcketta of near Brandenburg Tuesday night and Wednesday HI Ti Where Great Bargains Are Being offered Clothing Etc Dry ij Groceries E BAKER VAX WHAT SAYPLE 7 MAI ttfiiiP H the 1I1 I I A w w AMTHEBDEAL Buoklens Aralea Salve Best Salve in the world for Cuts The Worth of Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes bought for Spot Cash and at Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe- Â¬ Our Own Price We intend to put these goods on sale and ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil Â¬ make the greatest SENSATION ever heard of Con blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions suit your interest nnd attend this Sale and postlvely cures Plies or no pay re- Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect jc satisfaction or money refunded Price jo pieces of Fancy Calicoes worth 6c our price 3c I lot Childrens Hoso only Oood Ulnghams 36 6c 4c Ask to lee our Window Shades at t 15c 25 cents per box For Sale by A R Jj IrUh Lawns t lot Boys Suits worth po at 3 7c 74c v Fisher Fast Tercalts 8c jc t lot Mens Suits samples worth f6 our piicej 98 100 pes Best Hootlcr Cotton 6ci 8542 DOLLARS motes tio ad For children to memorize and fix in Gents Cclulold Collars only thair siads the noble and lovely jo aalis Heavy Nelson Socks only saw thoughta that have bees beautifully The Texaa has the thanks of the expressed 1b ptoee or poatry is to uplift Cloverport vlai tow for so kindly stopping and eaabla tbek ebafactafa aad give Wool Chickens and Eggs wanted at Highest train at the grotuuk saving a sjaad loeg tbew power to ba el paeieu laMmnen walk la altar Hie DONT FORGET THIS Mm A H Jaeksaa U LowiaviUa Biak headache oan ba aulekly ami eaaoa dawn to vWt tiatar Mbe Xate at Ilawaayilia and take in tba aaleta eowpletaly owooma by ualac tboaa Ma fcnooa littla pills knpvu aa Dalfltti A CO Thara wm piattty to mi tad banal of LittU Early RWef 8ori A Haynaa The old relics stand was an Interest Â¬ ing feature It was about aa handsome and Intelli Â¬ gent crowd of old people aa one ever Chills bring on Ladles Vests ioc sjcj congestion congestion brings on death Good Hcary Suspenders 1 lot snull beck White Goods You can cure chills and become stout 1 lot Mens Fine Fur Hats samples 10c far and healty by using Dr Bells Pepper Â¬ Iltst Hlue Cottonade Pants 75c J pieces ol Black Henrietta cloth Iayaes mint Chill Tonic Short 3 5c Dont neglet chills 4c I 5c 15c 98c 49c rercale Shirts yjej 49c GROCERIES 39 lbs Good Sugar 1 jc Green Coffee at 40c Pure New Orleans Molasses our price J100 1 piece of Heavy Serge Dlue 40c loe ilooTea 15c Good Green Tea jc Gold Dust jc Electric Starch our pile sj jo 3 j Market Price hr THE GREAT BARGAIN STORE Brandenburg 2 GI0 YEiXBI teriAw mfiii inyfri a W ww5S555SfSiS9i5iPIP Breckenridge f4fTVTflsfWvr ti-J HR eROKRNmiDaR NKWS GlxOYBlRPORT l4 News 1807 ky GREGORY WEDNESDAY JUNE 0 DUKES Deferred from last week Sirs Mattle Hall isra the sick Hat this week Several from this neighborhood at- Â¬ tended the decoration at Oglesbys Spring Saturday Mrs James Lay Is qulto poorly this week but we hope she will be able to be out again In a fow days Rev J N Burnett preached at tho Cumberland Presbyterian church Satur day night and Sunday Mrs Brown of Patcsville is visiting at this place She is the guest of her daughter Mrs Mary Duke Rev S J Ritcbey left for Ohio county Friday to fill his appointments Satur- Â¬ day and Sunday near Hartford The cold weather is causing tho corn gardens and all vegetation to grow slowly and to have a bad appearance Mrs Fanny Harris is yery poorly She has been sick for several weeks the chances are greatly against her recovery The Mr Vernon Cyclone played the ML Eden Club Saturday at this place The Cyclone scored 00 the Mt Edens scored 0 Lucky to come out that well in a cyclone Â¬ SSasSfe YSuw s j jaWV DDR QbOD EDIT wayww 3 Â¬ Spocinf Offer to a cssoSa j Abiiutirul lurbnii ur in Ba8MB arf4 exmilrallka trliuniul wlih plain r ritner linMilrii nib or I ico and ImiHjrtecl trench iu intiire r n 10 fich a cburmltiir crouton pltniur of Our LzitSj fcozdera elKtnllr Hal if n Mik iirnxl I n o cut tnfif mliirt tiro Nu cr crpinml MAKING DIRT 110ADS DRAINAGE THE MOST IMPORTANT REQUIREMENT frltruli n ii III mil trot IriallfHl ivMi Irimmrd hat l tttunlmiltktil vfonrrcriit lt crjilirwmilrifrlfcy ihl4 atlrerlUniirni ami the nit iiMirri ttn n yiurmmt atvlUh lady ativutntanttt 11V iMitlrtly ulH ll truly mil hfil to each punlatitrat Ihlt aitimUhtnqly loir wht I 5tf infi morrtktn tmt hat lXifd by Iht nir purdumr tl Tin will bt If 7 fur aoiiiimj Murit rotiiiMi mMoiuii tormMj limt mviim InonUr tn prvmpUv viln thtbuiittru ttwilntnitrfJ ynnrtlf and lt VThllo out 6nlHng ort Ioaco river in Florldi J U Itunnol of Coluinbur O in nttemptlnrr to untto a ihoct lino cauacd tlionhotgun lying on n teat In front of Wbrfnasters Sttamkit him to bo discharged Tho cntlro clinrgo of btiokahot from ono of tho bnrreli passed CLOVERfOftT KENTUMY through his iutostlnes lIofcll ovorbonrd Jocal Agent by his coinrndo llo illod but was pulled In Homestead Fertilizer Csifiiy mi shortly afterward CO Aih Grata Should llo Removed lictwecn Koail waynnd Ditch Italn Can no Made Ue ful Height of Crown Slinplo Engineer lnjr Principles of Itoad llulldlng earh aAiUUmutl hut Htnrt drcMt ftamtlc on1 flute your own ano Nn rilrn clmrpc f r ninkitttf nnr changes and ci tniltion dctirvt In lUr ttrlrrf irlmn Inimr Mime ur 1ml line of our u larno lllualraHil t ituli vura huthiu it t InrliUn and American tlei nbxiiutclr frco with cncli i rdir If you uwiuM llto lit tirt a tnllUni ry tlmt of ynur mm urut btrrnni an Indtptmltnt burtnrn tmmin ueuUlttartymi rjr lf 700 arc Intcrcilcd In tun I nun lullllncrr ntnrc cnclnfo S conla tarapi tor mailing large llluitiatcd cutulogueand full Inform Â¬ ation Addrcs 270 Spectator has reoutly had cvi denco of tho enlightening inflaenco of travel For yenrs ho bus hml occasion to walk to drivo and to whcol over n certain picco of country road n plcca of road ns bad as a combination of mud and saud and Eodi nud looso stones can innko n road Last summer ho found this picco of road not only good but cxcollcnt nud improving nil tho time until in tho nutuinn it wns ns good a dirt road at any one could want Tho other day tho Spectator chanced to meet tho overseer of tho district tho samo ovorscor by tho way who lias had charge for 25 yenrs past I wisli to TKo WlioIcanlennU Retail Milliners E NEWMAN 270J 2715 aad 2717 Fraaklla Ate ST LOUIS GO JJeatha JIoDowoll of Mlllorsburn- - O need TO years died Saturday Adam Drexlnr of Wnpakonota O was found dond In bod br his brother Colonel O T Vry ons Tcnnosscos most prominent lawyers dlod suddenly of apoplexy Colonel try was ft colonel In tho Confcdcrato army and ft fow years ago was extensively Indorsed for United Stntts circuit Juileo W C StaRitri Dealera In All Ufil I Doors Bash Blinds Yellow Tine Floor IniT ami Pottlnn Wnltn Ttntlnj Shingles Salt LImo Cement Laths Tiaster Plastering Hair riow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Bulldlaff Building Material MO- - a4 grado Is love Thcso fow simple en- ginceriug principles it Booms to the Spectator could bo inculcated and tho rural population relieved of a very heavy burden without nny cost what- ever in tho first instnnca Outlook Chamberlains Remedy the Best and Most Popular Cough NEWS NUGGETS Ilopklnl Ihiro is n feninlo lero liof Hnldcd tollgntot on tho Ktoimoud ICy turuplko nro to bo lcoputiocl ltlwnrd Gordon mlllhund nt Long Urnnch N J lmt Just secured a fortutio of IJOOCOOlnKnglnnd nmonpr tho physicians ptnl llattlinoro nt tho Johns ana licitlthr llrml nnil I hront elenr tp I nnneawi niwn ynt ousuwws toMrvrnoiiiiAiiu lithe rcitt rcllof mankind In nil henit trouble iitfs coriiH ho olnr of Culiirrll caTAKIIII IUflint nwrnlin tiiuoat dlf nppenrt br nn Wonderful In Ilnr Ken rand Aitiima hrnur omy Uhiiwaan It yM rN1 f t It ftt llrntttl tr4 fir II Bf mill ill Sid f i llok im n nlfciil frM ami Tour tnlml nnn hrolnl YOUR FORTUNE jour it1 i ccplhe licnun ToiirlifippintM is your sirenmn n boou meai mnung Is just as essential to success In business as your rating with any of the mcrchan- tile agencies Write us for prices and samples All work guaranteed i i I at - I HSIIIIS HKl a CO tlllMttB I1D U B A We sell more of Chamberlans Cough Remedy than of all others combined Sons druggists of write Mfsiri Knrr Marp 1it They also say Tho sale of It Wo lavo is something phenomenal sold two gross this winter selling as high as six bottles in one morning to as Kvcrycliyln tho union is loprosontcd hnvo gn hored In Ihtlndclphlit W Ii Ultter of Chicago wns nrrcstcd nt Indticnh Kr nnd lodged In Jnll on a charge ot swindling In Jackson Tonn Tho totnl vnluoof thomlnornlnndmctnl produ tlon In tho United Statot in 1800 wns 175173273 an Increase ovor 1803 of 118 701201 nnd surgeons who NERVE CI FEi VrfSft THK j V1v CCk i It Great RESTORER Rostoros psrfect hcriith mf- vtonr anil wanlioodTaud re- - Sold by SHORT HAYNES a t a B J K V I firf Stf JL tf 5 s v i t V V0 TW 1 The Thirty second Annual Stato Con- Â¬ vention of the Kentucky Sunday schrol Union will bo hold in Harrodsburg on June 22 23 and 24 A most attractive and practical program has been arranged Well known speakers will discuss topics of vital import to Sunday school work Among the speakers are Mr Marlon Law- Â¬ rence General Secretary of Ohio 8 S Association Mr Alfred Day Ganeral Secretary of Ontario S S Association and Mrs M J Semelroth of St Louis CLIFTON MILLS the well known and gifted primary teacher Prominent among the speakers Mrs II F Beard is very ill at this from our own Stato are Rov Dr J P writing McFerrln Rev Dr S M Hamilton nfBorn to the wife of M D Payne May Prof H K Taylor S Waters McGill F 28 a fino girl W Spreoo J L Amsden Prof E A A P Hook will soon have JeffMcCoys Fox Prof O H Poage and J T Elder Rev Dr W B Jennings will conduct bouse completed We are sorry to say that Mbs Mollle tho devotional exercises Mr P P Bil horn of Chicago will have charge of the Haynes health is no better music Thero will be three conferences Little Maud Beard spent lost week for Primary Teachers with Miss Mamie Adklsson Delegates Every Sunday school in Mr and Mrs J M Fitch spent Sunday the State is entitled to one delegate for with Mr and Mrs A J Keys each hundred members or fraction thereMr and Mrs H O Haddock spent of Sunday with Mr and Mrs OrendufT Entertainment All accredited dele- Â¬ Mr and Mrs Chas Bandy and daugh- Â¬ gates will be entertained provided their ter Mabel dined with Mr and Mrs names reach W O Rue at Harrodsburg Brandon Carden Sunday on or before Monday June 21 Transportation All the railroads in Quite a number of young folks spent a few pleasant hours Sunday afternoon the State have made a rate of one fare for the round trip in the Penitentiary cave Credentials may bo obtained from Mr Henry Simmons and Miss Alma Orendorf were guests of Misses Ollie and county officers or from the State Secre- Â¬ tary Miss Mamlu F Huber at Louis- Â¬ Mary Payne Bewleyvllle Sunday Miss Nelle Bandy Irvington returned ville home Sunday after a stay of two weeks They are dandies said Thos Bowers with Misses Gola and Alma Orendorf Alfred Payne Bewleyvillej Joe Clay of tho Crocket Texas Enterprise while comb Charlie Payne and George Hook writing about DeWitts Little Early spent Saturday nigbt and Sunday with Risers the famous little pills for sick headache and disorders of the Btomach Victor OrendufT and liver Short Haynes Mr and Mrs Taylor Bandy were call- Â¬ ed to the bod sido of their mother Mrs Sugar Trust Knocked Oat James Payne of Stepbensport who is That Is an interesting story of tho sug- Â¬ very ill last week ar trust and the government bids for Dont thin your blood with sassafras sugar Uncle Sam wanted 1010832 or poison it with blue mass but aid pounds of tho stuff and six bids were nature by using DoWltts Little Early put in five of them from New York at cents per pound and the other from Risers the famous little pills for consti- Â¬ 441 Chicago at 4 01 which was the same pation biliousness and stomach and with freight added from New York to liver troubles They are purely vegeta- Â¬ that place The bids being identical the suspicions of the officials were aroused ble Short Haynes and the next bid opened was for 4 25 cents per pound The sample on which SAND CAVE FLAT the last bid was made was if any differ- Â¬ ence better than tho others It was Peach crop is splendid furnished by Gustavo Jans a sugar im- Â¬ Good Farming weather porter and when he got the contract there was a big kick by the members of Farmers are done planting corn A the trust who went bofore the secretary Prayer meeting once a month at of the interior and argued that the award Claycombs was inconsistent with the theory of pro- Â¬ Oreckenridge county wheat crop is re- Â¬ tection and would furnish an argument known ported the best ever for the Democrats but the contract Messrs L R Adklsson and Forrest sticks and for once a trust was beaten Blain are running a farm at Lick Run at their game of gougo the govern ment this year Owensboro Inquire If you want the people to hear from Some for ten some for twenty and you and yours juBt hand your ads and some for thirty years have suffered from items to Band Cave Flat News reporter Miss Annie Wright of Orchard Hill piles and then have been quickly and was the guest of little Miss Lei a Bell permanently cured by using DeWitts Hawkins of Union Star one night last Witch Hazel Salve the great remedy for piles and all forms of skin diseases week Short Haynes Â¬ Mrs R B Lay is attonding to the business of papering the Stephensport Bap Â¬ Colored Meeting at Stephensport tist church and will bayo it done in the BnANDENDuno KY June 1 1807 near future Mn J D Baiidaob Will you please Mrs L R Adklsson is the boss butter allow this sketch from Rev II Lewis in maker and is furoiehlng two railroad your paper men of Henderson with butlor and they At Stephensport Ky the Mt Calvary receive it at Stepbensport depot Ministers and Deacons Meeting held a Miss Florence Claycomb and brother Convention of three days session with Master Arthur of Owensboro are here Stephensport colored Baptist church to spend the summer with their grand which has resulted In great good to the parent Mr and Mrs A Claycomb town It seems that everything worked Uncle JohnathAn has a prophetic turn together for good and the Lord lias bless of mind and tells tw of the good time ed the good people spiritually and finan Â¬ eowiitg when there will be but ono cially amoug both colored and whlto kind of monopoly and that will be pub The white citizens and brethren of the llo monopoly from which dear Lord white Baptist church showed their lib- Â¬ erality and hospitality very much by dllw as Still the toll gate destruction gxw on opening the doors of their church to us aed it U tid that tfa toll fata raiders in and by giving their presence and money seme counties are supported by public fromjl down both white and colored the right of private to build a church for the colored Bap eatiuent yteperty be reqpeeted tad let the peo tiete of Stephensport Ky Rev G Preachers on the Rally Day pk awake aad eoaeWer what Is involved all private right o property teat II Thosapeon of Leltchfleld at 11 a m That take And il the people waat free tara- - Bey W H Pool of Hurdlaeburx 3 p pikes let tbem go about it in a legal way as Rev O T Turner of Louisville 7 p a let all oat laws be paafined Total awottat of ateaey raised oa San Met oalypUseoi the very wotai Wad My WW Wm Pan Muvaic Paaaaa Mbeeuredbf DeWltts WU Html lev H Lawu Faator 8alv bat ocaema asalde bora brakam ad all other akin taoaole Wiwtl Tew Wftb OaManta relieved by toe Â¬ Dr D R Rothrock of New Berlin Pa does not hesitate to recommend I Chamberlains medicines He says have handled them for a year or more in my pharmacy and find them safe and My customers praise them reliable No one who is troubled vory highly with rheumatism can use Chamberlains Pain Balm without praising it The quick relief from pain which it affords is alone worth many times its cost For sale by A R Fisher Druggist Sunday School Convention Harrodi burg Ky June 22 23 and 24 many difierent customers This remedy lias proved particularly successful in croupy affections customers Our invariably pronounce it tho best they can find and tve know ot no caso where For it has failed to give satisfaction salo at 23 and CO cents per bottle by A It Fisher Druggist Some Criticiims STOXE CULVEUT Samuel Gompors Is now making n trip through tho Indiana g is belt und Is looking nftcr tho better organization of tho V lyhs Â¬ From Good Roads congratuiato you Mr Ovorscor said tho Spectator on tho good road you Tho rug- Â¬ havo made It is flue fluol ged faco of tho overseer wni wreathed in smiles nnd his checks glowed with pleasure Then as ho spoke his look becamo serious Well I toll you how it was Mr Spectator Last fall I took n drivo down naming n largo town 00 to Blank miles awoy and three comities off and I seen some roads that mado monshamed of tho old mndholcs np hero and I says to mysolf If over I work tho roads of my district again I will havo good roads too So I asked cm how thoy did it nud by Gcorgo thoy toll mo that they didnt do nothiu but keep tho Btoucs outcn tho road kocp the sods off nnd open up tho ditches so as tho roads wouldnt wnsh And thats nil I douo this spring but I kopt on n doiii it nnd though wo had tho worst watlics this summer I ever see tho roads In my dis trict havo been better than thoy over was aforo Noxt year ho continued I menu to toll tho town commiltco that I will tako n milo moro of road and dont want no moro money than I keen gottin Now on this littlo excursion from homo this honest old farmer had learned the real secret of road making nnd ho had had tho senso to apply it when ho resumed work in his district Wutcr is nt onco tho most destructivo nud tho most beneficial forco that tho road maker nnd tho road repairer hns to contend with nnd to count on If it bo hnrncsscd so to speak it cnu bo mado to keep tho roads clean nnd smooth and hard if it bo uncontrolled it is suro to wash tho roads into ruts nnd mnko them nil hut impassable Draiuago is tho most essen- Â¬ tial fcaturo of a road and in most in- Â¬ stances this is simplicity itself In tho Spectators cxpcricnco ho has rarely como across n country road maker who did not boliovo that tho sods taken out of tho side ditches should bo put in- Â¬ to tho road to bo ground up into dust by tho wngon wheels convorted into mud by tho rains nnd Anally washed back into tho ditohes ugain This process of load repairing docs no good at any timo as tho road so worked is usually in deed in nino coscb out of ton better when tho repairer pnts his hurtful hand upon it thau at any other timo It is so easy to mnko a good dirt road nnd to keep it in order that it seems ever n wonder to tho Spectator that in this country whero tho pcoplo plumo thomsolvcs upon their ingenuity and adaptability tnoy should keep on boiug stupid in this very important mattor of Tho Spectator knows road rcpniring from actual cxpcricnco that in the aver ago country neighborhood tho roads can bo kept in most cxcollcnt order ten months in tho yoar with tho monoy that is now spont on thorn If elementary in- Â¬ struction in drainago could bo given to tho overseers of tho roads then tho powors of naturo now only destructive could bo mado to do most of tho necessary work of road repairing Tho spring rains can bo made to do tho work of road scrupors nnd tho summer rains will moro frequently thau not suffice to keep tho roads moderately frco from dust A good dirt road should bavo a slight crown EC that tho wator will drain each way from tho center to tho sido ditch nud there should bo no intervening strip of sod between tho roadway and tho ditch Tho Bccond requirement is most important and it is nlmost universally disregarded Tho sod is tougher thau dirt aud it also becomes higher Tho grass being permitted to grow its edgo forms a ridgo which interrupts tho drainage nud thon when tbo raiufull is heavy there is suro to bo a gully nbovo tho ditch a gully which in a littlo wliilo will extend into tho roadway and mnko it moro or less impassable Tho crown to a dirt road or to any road for that matter should bu higher on a gradq or hill thau on n lovol stretch The raiufall on a hillsido runs off with greater velocity and therefore does mora damage Therefore it should bo diverted from tho surface of tho road oven moro quickly at each places than where tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ development to alt parts of the body hnblt Uy our Ilracdcnburg Correspondent NERVE LIFE Is tho only purely Pletro Acclrlto tho anarchist who on from treatment affords Gn Lew Wallace delivered tho an- Â¬ April SJ last attempted to stab King scientificdays use nnd removes relief causo the ike first It nual address at Decoration Day exercises Humbert of Italy whilo tho lattor wns on and assists naturo to effect a euro Cures his wny to tho rncot wns sentenced Sat guaranteed Special dlscounttopbyatclans AVe sincerely trust he at Louisville urday to tho gallons for life Our new treatlso on Nenous Diseases remembered he wasrou Southern soil Manhood Its Loss and Recovery mailed Ton skolotons woro found in two free in plain sealed wrapper for two 2 cent and that his remarks in connection with mounds nenr Chllllcothc O by Dr Love tamps Mention this paper tho surviving members of the Confeder- berry curator of tho Ohio Stato Univer Seed 50c or Trial Trcitrrcnl aad be Coorlrjccd acy so dear to our hearts had moro of sity musoum ono thnt of a ginnt fully HERVE LIFE MEDICAL CO eight foot tall It U tho most uotablo find KALAMAZOO MICH sweet charity than upon a former occa- Â¬ yet sion His words then stung and pierced Admit Grlssc n votornn of Andorson overy heart Hint beat in sympathy with Ind lint been grnutcd n smnll pension It a lost causo and its bravo defenders As comes too Into Ho died two wcoks ngoln poverty bolug physio tlly by wnr for my individual self I ttouldut lend eon Ice Ho lived In hopesdlsnblcd of gattlng this him an audienco nor read hn famous recosuitlou from tho government Ben Ilur sgiln Im glad Ive read Crimes mill CntuMllca it Two children woro killed by a runaway Mr James Lane Allen said some sev- Â¬ team nt Dallas Tor 41 eral years rg thnt Kentucky had little 6 A woll dressed mnn nbout 20 yenrs old feet high weighing over pounds or no literature Then tho melody of committed sulcldo near Bellnlro O by drowning himself in tho Ohio rivor Mr Allens last literary effort The At Willlamstown W Vn opposite Mrv Choir Invisible hod not found a voice ricttn O Wllbort West n yoar old boy T Ull HEiWZ3yvtmiJarll il tf jjt A B in literature His A Kentucky Card fell head foremost into n spring of water nal his Aftermath nnd his Summer nnd wni drowned When found half his in Arcady all breathed a fino spirit but body was sticking out of tho spring David Williams nged 18 years met n the choir invisible of old Kentucky will ever be immortal as our hearts horrible death in tho Eureka Mlno No 3 nt Carbon Ind Ho wns drawing plllnrs The beauty of holiness aud thohollness when the roof cracked nnd ho becamo of beauty do burn as one fire in it dazed running under n fulling mass of This effort of Mr James Lane Allen slate which crushed his body into a shape places him among the foremost in Amer- Â¬ less mms During Dcoiratlon Day cxcrcUos at ican letters Washington Ind William Baker nnd Joo Smith members of tho local militia Nq other uovgl since Hawthornes classic Scarlet Letter has so touched company were plnying with n rifle when It exploded tenting nwny tho cnlf of B tho same uoto of greatness The very Bakers leg necessitating amputation of sweettst Btory out though nnd bySlt tho m mber i ss W wriiu5rtir In a streot fight nt Richmond Ky Eu Crockett is The Lilac Sunbonnet If you want a restful gentlo infiaonce if geno Johnson of Georgetown Ky was to death by you want to enjjy something true to stabbed colored ThoShclton IsChambers Both nro latter n brother every thy life read it It is fine fiction of Ab Chambjrs who wns hanged nt Lit for the hour We need such oft times tlo Rock n fow years ago for murder Col for soul and body Wo all have strug Â¬ oiol peopla throatcn to lynch Chnmbors Squlro Frank Osborne a p ominont gles of the human breast and fierce fight farmor residing near Chattnuoojrn wns iugs of the human spirit for victory shot nnd Instantly killed by L J Barber Such sweet helpful stories help us to car inspect r ot tho Chattanooga Homo and Columbus railroad at Crawfish conquer Springs in Chlcknmaugn Park A blttor JJ0SNQw Wo are all attended by tno angels foud had oststcd between tho two men for yearn this belief has been handed down from several generation to generation till we like to believo it as thero is something very im- Â¬ -pressive and sweet in it If no want to On these Tables and Youll a rm reach tho shining peaks of goodness hM wo must let tho gsod ono permeate our natunsand listen to his delicate kind wooings but for various reasons known to ourselves and in striking antithesis to H L Si L Blf Fordsvffe Branch the straight and narrow path how of- Â¬ ten wo resist the sweet presence of a good diffused and fall to bo spirit proof TIME TABLE No 10 but hearken to the other voice now irre- Â¬ TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 1897 sistible whilo the voice of conscience prompted by the first influence intones Wcat Hound Tralni Halt Bound Train Dally Dally Dally Dalit its muflUd insistent appeals A fighter ex bun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun in tho world wo must always be Be Â¬ No 2 No No6 No 1 neath tho sweat and wounds of all vic- Â¬ 10 60am Lv Irvington Ar 9o0im 1125 Garlicld 80 tories If wo carry the white lustre of 11 40 Harried 7 1 1147 Junction conscience how our good angel smiles 77 1153 717 llardlnsburir Ill tell you the conclusion I havo reach- Â¬ lit 10pm 7 17 Junction 12 ti 7 02 Kirk ed It is tho company wo keep That 12 35 Jolly 6 60 12 55 Glcndeane CS0 constitutes our good and bad angels If Dcmpitcr 620 15 an individual even though ono may love 12U ir Hall It ouKh lv 6fS Demjutcr 145 6 44 him or her exerciss an unwholesome Louisville H endeuoiifiiSI Louis RyCo 155 Itockvale 6J8 x05 ltuth sro itifluenco set him or Iter aside as unfit to 215 5 25 Aaklni help us climb to the great watersheds of 2 30 Oaka 510 Mitchell goodness While ono who bos a quiet 2 5 ra ArKnrHvillnT v 5 OCam power for uplifting may be kept as a sin Taking Effect gurarly beautiful chapter in a favorite At 630 oclek U Sandaji H17 30 1897 Safety Comfort book a constant souice of pleasure Goodness should be tho dominant chord Will Sound Train Sail Bound Train to which our wholo life is keyed Good- Â¬ 1 Louisville anil Evansvills 13 j it ness in itself is of the highest satisfac- Â¬ Mall Mall 4 Kipra Expra 8TATION3 Kxpra Kxprj tion Select tbo proper companies cul- Â¬ Dally Dally tivate tho nocloty of suro enough good Dally Dally 4 tdDin 7 30am WUan nt 12 35pm 7 45pm people and the two angoa will soon part Kentucky bt 12 Zl 74S 78J oiu Fait Mill Line Between 818 West 1olnt 1160am 6f3 company and our lives will know only 5 31 5 10 SSI 051 1145 Howard Like Rosettis Dantn 5W infiuite peace Wlllowdale 1115 145 821 Louisville 1118 Hock Haven Evansville 041 63 8 3 and Ueatrlct in Paradise we can dwell SCO Long Ilranch 1121 631 HI2 HA1 0 20 Krandenburg- 11 U as thoso pilrims of love in a coloured 60 STEAMERS 11 U 018 Ekron 86 618 calm Wo want friends that are strong 02ll 10 51 907 010 Guiton 10 4 U 3 Irvington 915 E G ItAGON 63 like good books deep reverential that DM 1037 560 92J Webter 10 2 6 42 Ixdlburg 9 31 F M Itjan Matter 65J W A Slihop Parier help us to live above all pain all passiou 10 20 1132 707 Ilerca bil ail pride We all havo such friends who 6 30 1015 bampla 712 043 TARASOON IT51 720 Stepkeniport 10 07 622 arc our good angels God bless them 10 02 318 950 724 Addlioo O L Peony Muter h T Conner Parser 9 50 VDO 737 615 Holt Â¬ Â¬ Honing tho loan of tho Belgian ryndlcato for tho construction of a railroad from lnolinrr Fu to Hanknu Mclvln Strous nprcd IS years son of D W Strom n prominent druggist of Motion Ind is violently lnsnno ns tho result of continued Indulging in tho clgnretto worklngmrn Li Hung Chnng hat Issued an edict sano Â¬ entiro vstcm and stout all Ro- vital losses T1OV09 effects of tho ilns of youth and ex cesses cf later years Flomovon all effects of dissipation and repairs all waste places Curos Insomolaand restores refreshing sleep Cures Ira- nnd restores Â¬ Â¬ nlm rn mnrrlnrrft S itostoros IIIO nervous 5a BANK s or B Breckenridge News all wanting diseases and restoros Curos nil vital power F BEARD Preildent WILL MILLER Vloa rrwlrleot MUBEAKD O W BEARD MOIUIIS E3KKIDL1E - Cashier II l ON -- M JOLLY Olreeinr INTEREST PAID TIME DEPOSITS Rockport THE Saw Works Repairs Saws of All Kinds Particular attention given to repairing largo Circular Saws Hammering and Straightening a Spdclallv Every Saw tested by steam before it leaves the shop Every Saw warranted Workmanship the very best Prices lower than any shop in America Mark your name on Saws and send a letter of advice as to repairs wanted THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS KOOKPOKT IND RATEQ ims Tha mott centr llj located Hotel in ttw citi Â¬ 1 i iu f siitV ii KEEP YOUR EYES r I IouisyilleKy r S NEVER BE TOO LATE B TinyCE t O B Eait W ET TABLE No 1 Trains lcavo Loulsvlllo as follows S W RAILWAY Cincinnati and bt Louis and the Weil Lv I oulll Ar uincinruu Ar Coin mbuj Ar rmtburg Ar Waililncion nam o No 3 11 16 nam 5jara Jjpm No 11 7 11 1 045am 11 ijam 5 ajpm j oospn ojpn ajam 2opn 3 40 p 2inw TIME SCHEDULE i S55pn ujonil o osp Ar iioiign 3ccm Nraln No 16 hat elegant Pullman lluflet 1arlo Car to Cincinnati and Drawinff room Slerwr am dlnlnjrcara Clnclnnili to Wainmgton llaltimore rniuneiimia anu new ora wunouc cnange Tra n No 18 hat elrgant Pullman Parlor Car t Cincinnati anu 1ullman lirawlng room and Ulnlni can Cincinnati to New York without chamra Train Na 30 hae tleepers to Cincinnati open a Ar lulthnnre Ar rnraaeipnia Ar New York 650am 1015am 750am aoaii St Louis Springfield and the West 7131 o 40pm Ar apriugnciu 9 3 North Vernon accomodation leavca at 7 13 a Lv Loultrllle Ar sit iouit No 10 1 No 16 No 35am 133000 040pm 8 13am Packet Line and - 1 daily Charlettown accommodation leaves at 3 30 p except Sundav Traint Not 16 10 and 44 have elegant day coac 1 uiiiuuii jiauur anu tictpiug cara u ot tJuuu T11A1NS AUU1VE From Bun 7 35 a ra It 15 noon 640 p I it t am 3 to a m lromWeit 7 tea m u 15 n m 640P m City llcket oflice touiheatt corner Fourth am Jiain itrccta ixpoi seventn and river Kor detail Information regarding rates lima connecting lines tleeplng parlor dining cart c 11 S HltOWN addrett Putrict Pats A TicVet Agent II O S W 11 y ana Alain jxjuiivuh 4m or 1 M CHKSSUROUCH General Paiicnjer A stent Cincinnati Ohl General Pattenger Agent Cincinnati Oiit O I WARFUL Attittant Kentuckys Publlo Debt When the present Constitution of Ken- Â¬ tucky was adopted it was claimed the Stato of Kentucky was forbidden to in Â¬ crease Its debt to an amount exceeding 500000 without submitting the question to tlio people To show bow baseless this claim is wo have but to cite the fact that the debt warincreaaed by the pres ent Legislature twice the amount per Â¬ mitted by the Constitution aotwlth landing the dabt wis thn ow the limit It waa doae by aa indirect plan which only bom to alto how uaalesw cooatittttloa inhibitions aw whoa they at and ia the way of tbo pablte neotaaU tlee CJariiia Mercury Â¬ 780 7 43 80T a 12 754 1025 10S5 10 43 10 4 It Much in Little Is especially true of Hoods rills or no muM cine Brer contained to treat curat Ire power in o small space They ure a whole medlcloe U0- 818 827 8S3 S4J 863 Blfl J1 Haweivllle Paula Clovcrport Shops Sklllman 9 45 9 40 603 6 CO 068 105 1114 1125 Iwltport Powari Iatea Owsniboro Mattlnaly Worthlogton Keada Spottivlllc OrlSith Stanley Waltiuan Kalcon 927 917 901 903 864 8 47 8 27 07 8 02 7 68 7 62 7 45 8 4 49 4 40 4 S3 TELL CITY II II Ballard Muter W B Newbell Purser 138 418 419 413 401 3 63 3 44 P D STAGGS Mam lI4Bnm 11 818 333 32W Ueat always ready a a a way Seleut always Mb- lenvetorjrt ptynt a cold er fever aura alt Uvm Ilia atok hMdnolts Jaundice cuutltvii etc W Tuaeoly Pills to tka wUb Uocd a ttanaj aUla Hoods 3 nnt 9JU all a 1118 vlogton dally except Sunday with traloa to and fronf Hardhnburg and Kordivllle Branch Oolyllaa iwmIoc Partor Can batwtra Louli llt Owaaatwro and Haa Wtoa Oaly direct line to ike Worth aad Kaat Far furhr hiuiautloa call on ar Mdiaaa Aaaatt or HcTmOHDUB AO P A LquUvllla lly 95lwr 124 301 aitett WlO iw U 41im 715 to t46p B Train Not 41 and 41 mala eoanactloa at Ir 120S 0 47pm U17 83J 925 law 324 32 1Hilv 78 7 31 313 J 07 Dally eicept Saturday between Loultrllle and Hew Amsterdam Freight shipped by this Use dell wed quick er than by rail Traveler will Und the tUaneu are pUHd Ir equlpaaeat wd aoacaaeitaUoai The bei euUawy m eaiflojed m u i ha bub Is tMl 0 tha t of tfce UeihoaJe QmnA sAea J7 W 4 LUvlrU B fWMX ft tj mu Prd t W W HIT 0VWlUMTPA 32SSrSiiSS 0r4uboiH K VV igrvmm W HT trv T v r fyrw News 1897 FJUKwwi iPJp3 jjpaPKfwsgwrE vvr r V3rvwrojjrw iwrjwiw 3 THE BREIOKEINRIDGEX NEIWS OLOYERPORT KY Breckenridge GENERAL NEWS Interesting Items on Vari Â¬ ous Subjects Especially 1repareit Tot lie Hasty Iteader Clarence Vlngar who murdered hli Ky has been sou wlfo at Georgetown tsnceU to hang Friday July a Thcro In n bnlnnco of 1 cent duo G rover Clovelnml ns president ot tho United States ou the recoriti of tho treasury de ALL ift pirtmout awaiting his signature DRUGGISTS t The sugar industry oHJnizIl 1 thcnt To eucd with a rovere crlslr owing to overlABSOLUTELTGOARAmEDi production Tho elects of available ox id KTKHUBn KKHK I w imcire onLr pliidbooMtrr port for ths currout year Is moro than 10000 tons Benjamin CoUon n travollirx mnn for Q Bonder of Akron O A tried to Struggle with then you were before commit sulclilo by cutting his throat in n wrong la really the temptation to do toilet room nt 7J Fifth nvcnlio Chicago Ho had been drinking heavily best thing for us in making us pure nnd PROTECTION CAN GIVE NOTHING TO Dr Theodora Brockawny of Youngs vigorous in character This I want you WORKINGMEN WHILE LABOR town O surgeon of Tod oit O A It to remember the next lime that tho im- Â¬ and n prominent physician has inystort l IS ON THE FREE LIST pulse comes to do something that you ously dlsnpponrori Tho doctors mind is said to bo unsettled Ills financial affairs have learned Is wrong Tho Laborer Now Competes With Lowrst are In good shapo Tramps tried to capture n Baltimore Hespontlble ltldiler of tho World Low Last summer whilo attending court Prices Stimulate Jloth Consumption and nnd Ohio freight train at Cherry camp says D B Tatton a at Unlontown Iarkersburir W Va but woro beaten off Production Eiainplo of Steel Unit lool by tho train crow Conductor James Cor- prominent druggist of Fayette City Pa threo witnesses were suffering from Ouo of the best speeches made in tho bin was severely boaten with a club In diarrhea I gave each a dose of Cham Â¬ houso whilo tho Dlugloy bill was being the hands of the tramps Tho long pending litigated Kolsor will berlains Colic Cholera and Jjlarrhca diMusced was niado by John O Bell of cmont Andorson Indwaasottlcd for good Â¬ gave Immediate relief Remedy and it Colorado With facts which nro indis Saturday by compromise in which Mri On the way home one of my neighbors putable nnd logio which is unanswer Â¬ Samuel Kciser tho wife was allowed was taken with a severe cramp in the able ho exposed many of tho fullacics of Judgment in consideration ot small paycxposuro of tho absurd ments to tho contostlng holrs stomach and was Buffering with intense protection His SiuloBoyd aged 8 and Willie Butler1 pains I gave him a desa of this remedy claim Hint protection helps tho work nged 13 disapponrod from their homos in itigmnu is especially good Hero is a Jofferson county W Va and for a weik and within five mlnutrs the pain had part of it their parents could find no trnco of them ceased The remedy Is a favorite here But our f i tends upon tho other sido At Intt thoy woro found keeping houso in I know of many who are never without say that they levy n tariff for tho bono a shanty in tho woods claiming to have it I always take it with mo when goÂ¬ fit of tho vrageworkers I say to you oloped Adjutant Gcnornl Martin Thornton of For sale by A ing away from home that nuy tariff bill I caro not from whom it comes that docs not contain a the Confederate Veterans of West Vlr It Fisher Druggist gluln has issued a ircncral order designat provision for prohibiting tho frco in- Â¬ 5 as Confederate memorial day ing flow of immigration from foreign coun nnd June Too Much Politics calling ou tho various enmps the rights of labor United States to observe tho dayinwith tries is oblivious of tho The peoplo of Kentucky without re- Â¬ nnd is opposed to tho interest of all proper ceremonies Applnuso gard to party will ho sorry to learn that wagoworkers Tho strlko ot tho American Flint Glass Protection is nlways nsked in tho WorkorV unton which w inaugurated Auditor Stone has become financially involved and that he finds it nectssary interest of others Now obscrvo how It four years ngo has been declared off Tho is asked ill behalf of tho poor laboring dlspulo was over working tho unlimited to 6ell his fine farm In Madison county man jnst enough to cover tho differ- Â¬ turn nud of tlu 760 nun connected He was thought at one time to be quite ence between tho European scalo of with tho American Flint Utnss Workorsi wealthy but bad investments have wages nnd our own What hypocrisy I union 10X struck Tho strlko cost tho Klnss workers over ll00CO While he has Who ruined him financially heard of tho laboring man during tho fourunion 400 strikers died and j years been engaged in farming he perhaps getting rich manufacturing Tho staCrimes and Casualtlos turned his attention too much to politics tisticians clearly figured from tho cen Â¬ Jonathan Androws nged 40 whilo in- sus of 1880 that nbout 0 per cent on As an office seeker he no doubt suffered nt Irvlllo himself to be too much imposed on by our dutiable list would cover tho differ- Â¬ snne shot himself in tho head instantly ence between tho European wago sched Muskingum county O dyins those who arealwajs ready to wok Lawrcuco Gordon shot and klllod Gundy1 ulo and ours or that about t8 per cent the man who is seeking political prefer- Â¬ nd valorem covered tho entiro labor cost Melntyru nt a ilnnco nt tho William Tell Houso in Madison Ind Gordon is In ment Madlsonvllle Hustler of our list of 1880 Whilo tho manufac Jail turer then asked for tho poor laborer Au Infant son of Lewis tflotoher resid his G per cent ho got for himself nt tho ing in Stcubonvllle O was found dead The Grandest Bemedy hands of congress six times 0 per cent in bed From appearances the indica-Â¬ Mr It B G reeve merchant of Chill Is thcro nny reason why a high tariff tions nro that tbo child strangled Â¬ conhowie Va certifies that lib had Yes by en affects wages injuriously Mrs Cnrrio Hardy 27 wlfo of Attorney sumption nan given up to die Fought abling employers to build up n vicious Hardy of Boston Ind was thrown from trust system for tho manufacturer and a liorso two wcoks ago and sustained Inall medical treatment that money could juria from which she died Saturday procure tried all cough remedies he against tho laborer Tho high tariff Jo eph Slcrcr ot Ironton O was complcto mas Â¬ could hear of but got no relief spent makes tho manufacturer knookctl down and run over by an olootrlo ter of ho wagoworkor car crushing his head Death was Inmany nights sitting up in a chair was Co In tho rovicw of K G Dun induced to try Dr Kings New Discov- Â¬ in their weekly roviow of trndo dated stantaneous He leaves a wifo and ono child ery and was cured by uso of two bottlts Feb 13 it is stated Hcubon West Starks ono of tho most For past three years has been attending No other event of tho week ap prominent citizous of Hardin Ky com- Â¬ to busines and says Dr Kings New proaches in importanco tho disruption mitted suicldo by cutting his throat dy Discovery is the grandest remedy ever of tho steel rail pool In two days says ing a few hours afterward Ill health Is assigned ns tho causo made as it lias donoso much for him tho report after it a greater tonnago of Otto Kcppllng nged 18 yonrs while roo rails was probably purchased than tbo and also for others in his community entire production of tho last year re- Â¬ ing on his blcyclo with n train ou tho Dr Kings New Discovery is guaranteed ported nt 800000 tons And instead of Irondequolt Hay rallrord nt Rochester for Coughs Colds and Consumption It 28 in December and 25 in January N Y caught his pedals in tho stop ot a car and was thronu under tho wheels oud dont fail Trial bottle free at A It Fish Â¬ 17 is now tho piico at which works killed oast and west aie seeking orders And ers Drugstore Pari Durclnn auomployo nt tho Mingo further says tho report tho Canicgio Jtincilon Iron works near SteubcnvlUo selling at 17 Chi- Â¬ O while wheeling pig iron for the cupola company has been A rural editor in his bicycle items cago delivery These sales will employ was caught In tho-- elevator and had his wroto that Miss Perkins looked harm- Â¬ many thousand hands with au impor Â¬ head crushed so badly that death was aling on her wheel in a short skirt but tant decrcaso in tho cost of track laying most liiAtnutancous child of Mrs Mary Frank the when the compositor reached the word ou rcncwul of railroads Kelly nnd n little daughtor of Frank Now my friends let mo ask you skirt a letter h had wandered into the Vuwtcr of Kokomo Ind woro ploylnj in k box and the poor scribe lost seven- Â¬ was it the rising or lowering prico that n second story room and getting too near employed theso thousands of mon Our tho window both fell out a distanco of teen subscribers before the papeis had friend Mr Hopkins of Illinois tolls of 14 feet to tho ground Tho Kelly child li been out twenty minutes tbo benefits of n higher duty on iron cxptocd to dlo ftom concussion of tbo and steel Did tbo steel rail pool need Siiinu and tho othor escaped with a compound comminuted fracture of tho left moro tariff 100 Reward 3100 WEDBNSDAY JUNE 0 Kawalistg Thenghtf by nkmo Copyrighted racaxctb CURE CONSTIPATION N33ntVMaHffnHTf7s JSDY CATHARTIC 24 Mini BOARD AND TUITION hyerythlnft Furnished for the Sptclal Summer Term ofSweclcs which begins JuneB 1807 All our stu Â¬ dents will nave the oppor tunlir of attending the A Collection of Morr to Boys baltlcsttiosa things you enjoy talking about hut we only got as far ai telling you that you had to struggle we talked ot Â¬ la last weeks letter 9i miM HIM or to lata nnd July t 1807 If yon want a hettc r education You can enter now td write toiis Specs emphasis put on the Stnto TeiichorjJ llpMrao It will a thorotih flnllllllrrcinl Cnil winied wWrite now orv and find cissies to suit you Mentioi Course Kjr Southern Normal Schiol and Ilowl ng Oretn Dullness College Howling Which iritets In Bowllnir O een June KENTUCKY STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION certificate prcpsre yourself for teaching get n better re 2io cJulY 50 l rplf Â¬ with your brains against others instead of with deadly weapons like the men o former ages That article had to do w 1th fighting fair and square in the open just the sort of fighting a strong boy thinks to be honest But wo are not always able to cliooso the manner of our righting We may bo quite willing to stand up and test our strength band to hand with the enemy but ho may suc- Â¬ ceed in shutting us np in a city or fort Â¬ ress in other words be may besiege us and then instead of the beautiful motion of marching troops deploying into lines p of battle and the excitement of scattering in various directions there is the silent sullen waiting for as- Â¬ sault and the noiseless work of the sap- Â¬ pers ss they endeavor to get where they can destroy the walls of the besieged with mines of gunpowder aides-decam- ry LABORS SHARE Â¬ FOR SALE CHEAP Admits Prices Will IIo Higher F A BEAVIN With regard to Chairman Dlngloyi taken toon one yr ar oM and one j tearnld if admlr ainu that tho duty on wool will Chester White Sows bred recently to urauiev o China 41 two Chester Gilts and two PtUnd iucrenso the prico of wool tho Kansas months old one one Chester male tilts City TiuvcH Bays Tho consumer nnd Polandliredi mule 10 weeks old y Chnter mslo China not the foreigner thcrcforo pays tho nles 8 weeks old all choice stock A bargain to TEKMS REASONABLE of Something nl e Yf lite or come tariff tax It concedes also that tho thoonceIn need Itesn at Address all communications to Clover- Â¬ homo producer puts up his prices arbi- Â¬ 4j II A PARKS Chiton Mills Ky port Ky trarily Mr Dingloys own words aro a confession that tho Dlugloy bill is a fraud and a roubery of tho peoplo for T At the Law Office of mo Doucnc 01 tho low Individuals and corporations - la fir1 Practical Surveyor r C BUSH D D S Cannelloni Ind Office on 6th St V G BABBAGE IN IIABDINSBURO 38 v r ri van Did You Ever I Many of you ought to be able to member the facts concerning the seige how Washington and of Yorktown V re- Â¬ Lafeyette carefully made their plans threw up earth works and with those as a means of protection commenced to haiass the defenders of the town then how by watching for the favorable mom Â¬ ent they moved forward again and threw up a second line of earth works notwith Â¬ standing the enemys guns were for a litte time shootlsdown the length of the trenches and finally how Corn- Â¬ walls cut off on the water side by the French and surrounded by the land forces gave up the defence and surren- Â¬ dered over 7000 men as pris mere In your histories you can find numbers of other slfg s described some of them lasting week after week like that of Hebastopol in tho Crimean War which scarcely ended in a year Sieges call for great courage both on the part of those shut in with starvation and thirst and death coming nearer and nearer and also on the part of the besiegers who are sometimes slaughtered in heajs as they attemp to enter the town through some breach in the walls I dont like this Idea of an enemy crawling creeping burrowing alort uuttt ho Is ready to spring up suddenly and strangle power and life out of you I expect you do not either Bat If the people shut In have plenty oi food and a good supply of wa terlf their walla are to thick to be broken by cannon balls If they can make a sud Â¬ den rush and break up the defences of the besiegers or If they can burrow un- Â¬ der ground and meet the mines of the enemy with countermines there is not Yet there remains one much to fear danger with which even strong forces sometimes hive to contend the danger within from a traitor who will tt lt se- Â¬ crets to the enemy or open the gates to them Â¬ Try Electric Llttors as a remedy for your troubles Knot get a bottle now and get relief This medicine has been found to bo peculiarly adapted to thorelle and cure of all female complaint exerting a wonderful direct influence in giving strength and tono to tho organs If you have Lots of Appetite Constipation Headache Fainting Spells or aro Ner- Â¬ Excitable Milanchoy vous Sleeplecs or troubled with Dizzy Spells Electric Bitters is tho medicine you need Health and strength are guaranteed by its use Fifty cents and 100 at A It Fishers Drug Store Leading lliyslcliin Drops Dead Pomehoy O May 28 Dr A D Knight a lending physician of West of Dr Probst Virginia father-in-lasecretary of tho Ohio stato board of health dropped dead from heart trou bio at West Columbia VY Va yester day Ho was 74 Moro Dentistry In all its Branohes p aettoed and all operations performed In the most skillful manner at prices to sail the times Crown and Bridge Work a specialty extracted Positively Without Pain Teoth You Can Get 23 A Deed Mortgage or any writ lUoat Complete Dental Itooiim in flouthcrii Indiana Revere ileii1nchei JVerroimieiB tteimlck Why not ntrTt It nil by nfM or llxhnnsttloii jHJlNTJHIL n in OUNIMANH IMIAl tteatiache Hit lielp thatthe use ot cure that nerrousnctia and seasickness by this inhaler tlietreatctt and proTentatlre known Wonderfnl re ftlmnlant Yorer anrl Aithma LtTHUY CUflll uto ALUVN IMUIiKR and you will always Dy it 1U tv ntt for It t it at 0 ftwNtfr ItMk TlNCKSMtt Ct 811 HAS MtiaU Malt YOU TRAVEL DO coin to tnka n trip yen lufter from Are Do you ton Instrument drawn Rent buy or sell a piece of land Collections mado and remit- Â¬ tances prompt Copying dotio on the Call graph tho best typo writer in tho world Ujti enl ff Pratt MrtHkftt V ISU B frr 4 Â¬ aw BEST TRAINS TO Â¬ Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha S1 jri s cer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Curative power Is contained In Hoods Sarsaparilla than in any other similar prepiratlon It costs tho proprietor and manufacturer more It costs the jobber more and it Is worth moro to tho con- Â¬ sumer Moro skill is required in its preparation and it combims moro remi dial qualities than any other medicine Consequently it has a record of more cures and its tales aro mote than those Hoods Sar of any other preparation fnparilla is the best tnedldno to buy becauso it is an honest medicino and thousauds of testimonials prove that it cure does actually and permanently -- St Paul Nebraska Black Hills WLDOUGLAS S3 SHOE It n mh Tfl VIA disease Lawrence and Ills Rams Lawreueo is not interested in wool tho Chicago Tribuno but lu sheep Ho and a scoro moro Rep explains of Oliioans rniso blooded rams which they sell to tho ranchmen to I in pro vo tho breed of thoir sheep nnd better tho quality of tholr wool This is n prosalo usoful business but tho country would not be ruined if it were stopped It is in order to ho ublo to soil moro rams that Judge Lawrenco poses as tho disinterest ed chuiuplou of tho sheep ralseis Â¬ Â¬ years this shoe by merit For nlone has dutanced all competitors W L Douglas txai I0U and tSM sbors are the productions of Rkllled workmen from the ticst material possible at theso prices Also nnd tM tlrt for foovs shoes for men ti M 200 and S 175 W I Douglas shoes aro Indorsed by over lUajU wearers as tbn best In style fit and durability of any sboe ever offered at the prices They aro made In all tho latest shapes and styles and of every vari ety of leather If dealer cannot supply you write for eata loguo to W L Douglas lirockton Mass Sold by SAMUEL SULZER throne Sf Louis or Chicago VEST13ULED TRAINS sfcraetes SLEEPERS DINING CARS GHA1R CARS OON8ULT TIOKET AQENT OB F M RUGG TRAV PASSR AOENT Â¬ Cloverport Ky ST LOUIS Ma - Â¬ DR MENDENTT ALLS IMPROVED slw liTO I soxSJS m ssssssssssssL ElH Sfmim 1 asssWasV JssasssT M ElCm ysW JB jS VssssssssH We can learn from battles of the past This week I to look for battles now want you to remember that sieges have not come to au end even in our peaceful country and that you small young un- Â¬ known to me are in a state of siege not CHILL Al FBVBH GDI lRSSsSM3pRSSHHaEHBiB with cannons nor with battering rams but with temptations If you will follow me a little while I will show you just how closely you re- Â¬ semble a fortress that has enemies encamped around It to starve it out and destroy it A fortress can usually be at- Â¬ tacked in moro nays than one So can you through your brain your vanity find the appetites of your body In a fortress you cannot choose the manner in which your enemy ehall at- Â¬ He will seek the weakest tack you point and the delence must be made right there It would be a poor defend er who massed his troops remote from the point attacked So if the enemies of your character come tempting you to conceit because you know more than others it is no use for you to say in defence that you never eat too much be cause conceit concerning knowledge has nothing to do witli overloading the stomach Then again if another time you are tempted to be greedy what de- Â¬ fence is it to say that you are not con- Â¬ ceited If also some day you are tempt- d to say vulgar words to boys or girls it is no defence to declare that you stood at the head of your class and so on I could multiply the number of temptations that may assail you from day to day all of them different and all of them be Â¬ sieging your character Did we not say something about the advantage of food and water in tho fort- Â¬ ress The besieged boy too can hold out long it he havo the body well stored with strength and the mind filled to over flowing with pure thoughts that vanquish impure ones And we must go back to Blege in or- Â¬ der to illustrate a further point to you What did we say was tho greatest dan- Â¬ ger Inside a strong fortress A traitor So I want to tell you all the enemlrs that come f gainst you are not nearly so m -w jww nun mil v i wnu auui tf UaugOfUUa character has very little chance of vic- Â¬ tory if your will joins with temptations for then you will yield to naughtiness and find the fortress of your character taken Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tlie readers of this paper w ill be pleased to learn that there is at least one dread- Â¬ ed disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly on the blood nd mucous surfaces f the system thereby destroy- Â¬ ing the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith In its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to euro Send for lists of testimonials Address FJ CHENEY Co Toledo O r8old by Druggists 75c GLENDEANE Dr Hart of McDaniels was here Mon- da fyorn to the wife of MrGid Ball a girl nay zi Miss Iutie Moorman lias returned from Cloverport Miss Hay Heyser of Cloverport Is vis Â¬ iting relatives at this place Mrs It T Dempster and daughter May weut to Louisville Tuesday Miss Tie Moorman of Cloverport is visiting her brother James Moorman Miss Mary Moorman who has been at tending Logan Female College will bo homo Thursday A large crowd from this place attended tho funeral of Mr Lawson Matthews Sunday Mr Jack Mattlngly and wife of Clo verport were here Isst week to see tholr daughter Mrs Julian Brown who is Â¬ sick Miss Fannie Greens school closed with a very nice little entertainment Friday J O Rudd of Owensboro was here Thursday and Friday trying to persuade I do not intend to seem like preaching the people to believe that insurance is Mrmoa to you so I shall close with the thing Mr Qua Lewis who has been confin- Â¬ just ona won idea that is sure to be un Â¬ derstood by you How is it with ths ed to his room for the past few weeks at young solders who go through the hard tempted to come down stairs Monday ilp of a M m ami coaae out victorious I Bight aad fell and hurt himself very Are they not pfsjr ad less likely to run badly lit was carried up stairs again away Are tliey set strefr aad less all bleeding It was found that he had Inclined to doubt tattir qwb ability thw broken sovew ribs lie can hardly re Â¬ cover he wer when Uwy wets ymr UIne recruiU Just m k it with you T Cur v iit u you jjava resisted and eo of Tluieaoaru Cniiltsiailoii CwHfar CattoMU Moor O p fall W u Sfwarisis wfeH moatf yiaoHjus yoa are strondSfs that point U O Â¬ Fvcr What is tho difference in giving the manufacturer n doublo profit through a Do they high tariff or through a pool ever share tho profits of tho pool with Will they over sharo tho labor No profits of a tariff Novor It takes no political economist to answer theso questions If tho United States manufacturers can reap twico tho profit under n high tariff by limiting themselves to tho homo market and running half time why should they run fall timo and invade foreign mar Â¬ kets They never will They will sit down comfortably and sell their limited supply of goods for increased profits making them moro than whole whilo the laborer tramps the conntry in search of work just as ho now docs under tho trust system It is unfortuuato that tho humdrum of tho tariff has been sounded in the ears of the peoplo until many of them really bolievo that foreign trado is unimportant if not a curso Why did the breaking of tho steel rail pool put so many men to work It was becnuso the consequent lowered prico for iron and steel brought most liberal orders from abroad as well ns at homo Suppose the tariff had been prohibitive and we would havo been confined to tho homo market Would tho manufacturers havo raado so many goods No but thoy would havo doubled their profits ou what they did make Tho peoplo could not havo bought so many becauso of tho increased price Who would havo suf Â¬ fered First tho workmen becauso they would havo had fowor goods to niako secondly tho consumer becauso he could not havo bought so many nt a higher prico Who would havo been ben Â¬ Tho manufacturer becauso ho efited might havo niado and handled less goods niado u doublo profit and really havo gained ns ho would havo had few er to handlo for tho sanio profit This bill will incroaso tho manufac Â¬ turers profits on tho individual arti- Â¬ cles but will lessen tho power of tho people to buy or uso his wares It is tho poverty of tho buyer not tho producer that must bo relioved bo foro things will thrive Tho manufacturer has ovory facility to produce but no facility to sell It is tho consumption that must first bo stimulated and that will stim Â¬ ulate production There nro but a few crumbs lu this bill to aid tho oppressed tarmcr of the interior or tho laborer but thousauds of things to further oppress him Highor sugar higher salt higher lumber high Â¬ er clothlug higher manufactured prod- Â¬ ucts and absolutely nothing to raise the prico of labor a high tariff on labors products limiting the demand for his labor by narrowing the market uH throwing tho ports wide open for the frco importation of other laborers Iron foreign couutries to freely ootapsU with bis work art jwfl CoatUUjwy tb Â¬ Â¬ arm rircs Flru destroyed tho wholesale groojry Company at Patterson house of Man no Minn und damaged soveral olio buildings Loss 176000 lnuram8 oiK Z T COX Agent - - Ekron Ky r Chi 1st church tho ohot church lu Sa Â¬ vannah founded by John Wesley before ho piomulgated tho Wdloy faith was burned almost to tho ground shortly after midnight Tho 4 story bilck building ou Tulip street Philadelphia occupied by William Abbott as n furulturo factory was de stroyed by flro Sunday cuuslug a loss of llVJO on building and contents partial Origin uu ly covered by Insurance kuowu Â¬ half J T IE1 OWES- WITH PICKETT TOBACCO - WAREHOUSE C A Bridges Co GUARANTEED TO CURE And Malaria In all Forms Tasteless genuine without the abore picture and tho signature of J C Mendenhall CHILLS AND FEVERNona at all Dealers IND PREPARED ONLY BY ohas v G bridges bridges A lHOIItlliTOHs Cor Eighth and Main Streets LOUISVILLE KY Prico 50 cents FOUR MONTHS STORAGE FREE BOOK HUE 8hlppn MARKET KY REPORTS Jun offle J O EVANSVILLE MENDEmiJlkJLX HAYNES KEEPING SHdlT HAND TELE3EAPHY PEKLANSHIP ETC Sold by SHORT LOUISVILLE with shippers nam Choice country Medium Creamery Fxeih Prime whit Mixed Old Ho 1 duck 8 1897 should mark all packages plainly DAUGHTERS Development budding Into womanhood 22 Who dosircs to bottcr bl3 or bpr condition In life should writo foi tho Cataloguo of tho and poit addrsst DUXTEB alow eyes dulled face pimpled complex alon sallow pains in back ana side and constantly tired life for Most both mother and daughter Regulate and strengthen the delicate organs which should perform the natural functions of - 7 suuo FKATHEHS - WOMANHOOD trying and critical time of WINTERSMITHS 8RYAWT No 400 THIltD BTBEET LOUIBVILIiE STRATTON KV SSSod joeie- - H P0ULTR - - 3 Kent per lb it Spring Cblckeni per doi per in uucis Qeese per dos During JJ years Winter womanhood smiths Duchu has never failed In curing the ills of girlhood at this critical time All druggists and merchants Arthur Peter Co Louisville Ky Genl Agents Irish per Now La rvrAivao barrel new 1 50QJ Sweet potatoes per bbl From store 2 to 6 cts higher Nary Beans per bushel ROOTS Ginseng Scnlca Snake 2 50 fU 75 3 00 74 BUCHU J H Hunsche Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order Good We fully realize your thoughts when the idea of having dental work done comes but nevertheless they must have attention and the sooner the better Wo are prepnred to do your work witha guarantee to giye satisfaction at exceedingly low prices We will be at Irvington on Wednesday and Thursday after the fourth Monday of each month It is to your interest to consult us iS K r- - n l A- i Pink - 140 31 175 31 21 The TAILOR Will be in Clover- Â¬ port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Gasper May Co IND CU8K Imvm n V- - s U HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ey Yellow Wild Ginger May Apple Blood Ladr Slipper FIELD Timothy per auibtl SEJCDS - 20 IK 2K JW Clorer per bushel Crimson Olorer per bushel Bed Top pu bushel Orchard Orass per bushel Blue Orail fanoy ptr bushel Blue Grass eftra per bushel Onion SU Yellow per bushel - i to 8 00 80 135 I 1 For Family or Medical Use vl 150 140 2 53 8 I OANNELTON White HIDM 30 UA 1SH I I Qroea rood Dry Salt good Dry Hat good Sheep skim A MAN MAHr MP FOBlTiyKIX TABLETS ITMiawM w otur iliiinin h4 OTMMIBtf Ture Apple Tlrandy I make a specialty of Fine Apple Brandy guaranteed to be strictly unadulterated I use nothing but sound and ripe fruit My Brandy is all fermented in tubs not in cisterns so that mean disagreeable flavor is not iUUeti Desirous of introducing my goods will make special prksaa on one to four gallpn packages 95 good aoo and 97 goods f 175 per galloa j o b AH jtkagas acely sealed and shipped on shoiinotice rf 1 IBB J W00I jasta Tr6w4 HI JiUMFalHasi MsMil soy ov SMrrlaa XMW H 21 cmst Tub washed Grease slurry sfcUTT la II t aMakMufMand Ms- 44t4 sua u will imIIsmmiuawaii ear WtSSMMHiawiMt immm a fiEiltb aJu yoa Uf pr glq i MIMBUaXBOUI t lMUVlNINIMMIIMMNIMHHHltIHI tf4Mlteia atari Mole In lvrpr sfrtr Maris UruKstlaia C M SMTTR T AnlvlllA TJV uw MJ rijtfCS yjjfejiiBi1 wv f vT WS1 THH BREOKBNRIDQE NEWS OUOYERPORT KY PERSONAL KvanTlIU l In the city John Fhslon went to Owensboro Sunday Walter Smut went to Eranirllle Sunday Harry Moorman Oweniboro spent Sunday Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News 0 1807 JUNE Mons white duck panto Suzsrs Cornwalls rock quarry has closed down Pretty parasols for Misses nndidlttje folks BRANDENBURG Phillip Noel was in town last Satur- Â¬ day Miss Pearlo Wimp has returned from Owensboro Mr Bennetts sister from Louisville is rhlt dregorr Tutfs Pills Cure All tSSaii- - 1 If you come to the LOCAL BRfcVlTIE8 Fresh Cakos Sugars For lunch go to llledels Knight tho pliotograpiior Mrs Annie Brown ts quite sick New sailors at Miller Llghlfoots Pocket knives table cultery Vests Knight Is turning out some beautiful photos I low about a neat Mo for circus day Suiters ra balls at Vests BuVrB S for - - Oollara and collar pads at Vests cheap cash 100 good river fish hooks for 10 cents Sulzers See the new style green shoes just in Suers Do you want something to eat k the place -- Vests Fancy sash ribbons pretty and stylish Suiters vtykt Mfcl i L i w Stfzsrs are painting the front of their store house The place to get queensware and glass Â¬ ware is Vests Born to the wife of A E Adams Mon Â¬ day a fine boy Be in the swim get a pair of green shoes Sujstb Do you want a good likeness of your coif If you do seo Knight Our tempting display of eatables will be great circus day Suzars Gome In circus day and get somo fans you will need them Sulzers Have your pictures taken when you come to the show by Knight Born to the wife of William Parklnp Sunday a fine boy 111 pounds Police Court was in session Monday There were several cases tried To have money left In your purse buy LightfooU your hats from Miller W S Bowmer has been confined to his bed for several days with chills Those coming to the show should re- Â¬ member Iiledels is the place for lunch Ojcar Holder has purchased a house and lot from J R Dellaven on the hill Gibson are brighttng up Gregory their store front with a fresh coat of paint When you write to an advertiser tell him you saw his ad in the Breckknridoe r How about a white summer vest 7 We have a pretty line Suzers The ladles cooking club will meet this evening at the homo of Mrs I It Murray There is a movement on foot to organ- Â¬ ize a stock company and eroct a largo flouring mill In this city Sulzers extends through the News a kind invitation to all its readers while In the city to make their Btore their headquarter show day Bundles laken care of goods delivered to all trains A now industry in Florida has just been brought to light The farmers ore raising cheap milch cows so they can be killed by the railroads It is said they are getting rich Mies Bertha Mattlngly of this city and Carlton Benton who Is an employo of the Texas were married In Cannel Thoy will mako ton last Thursday Louisville their future home Rev 8 G Shelley was vory much pleased and surprised yesterday upon tho receipt of a handsome gold watch a present from tho church and his friends at Unlontown It was a beautiful tribute to a worthy good man Waltor King claims to have been rob- Â¬ bed on the turnpike last Friday night of 50 while returning from Hardinsburg He says ho was held up on tho read three miles this side of Hardinsburg by two masked men and his money taken from him here Oharlei May ton Daniel Monday Dick Liver Ills One box of Tutts Pills will save many dollars in doctors bills They willsurcly cure all diseases of the stomach liver or bowels Jr ipent Sunday In Cannel of Addison wai In tle cltjr Kobert Lewli of Ilottt bottom win In town Sunday Judge Wm Abl llardlnburg wai In town Sunday Owenaboro Newman city Sunday evening Ilrkf waa In the Â¬ Mri S S Watklni and children bate re turned from Oweniboro Mr and Mri Yatci returned to their home In Derby Ind Sunday Mri Jane Qardnir of Hardlniburg li the guest of Mri Ihoi Ryan Board William Victor Dowmer and Sam ient Sunday In Hardlniburg Mill Mary Dearln went te Oweniboro Sun day to vlilt Mlu Laura Pollne D II Plcbard and wife of Hardlniburg are stopping at the Mltoheli Hotel Iter I D Tlmberlikeof New Albany Ind li with Mr and Mri O W Moorman Mliaei Fortle Hardin and Emma Rtedet Holts bottom wire In the city Friday Mrs R L Kewiom and Mill Lela Henly took the titr Taraicon for Loulirllle Sunday Dcncdtct Deavln wai In town Sunday from Leltcbfleld enroute to bis hme In Hawei Â¬ Hie Little Miss Rachel Vance returned home Sunday after a vlilt of Are weeks In Oweni boro Â¬ BEWLEYVILLE Arthur Walker visit Miss Annie Johnson was over field Saturday Is home for a short Miss Llstlo Halt and brother Murray are visiting their aunt Mri Hawkins Toblni- port ind at Gar- Â¬ W II Cain Jr and M P Payne are our now trustees David Hardaway came homo to take In Childrens Day Miss Alma OrendorfT Is vlsltirg her relatives at this place Mlts Leah Payne does not always attend Sunday school Miss Mattie Lee Moorman is visiting relatives in our vicinity Miss Lulu Drake of Irvii gon Is the guest of Miss Maiy Snider W D Ashcraft Meade countys School Superintendent is visiting friends here Many thanks to our worthy Editor for the nice programs sent for Childrens Day If not prevented the Bewleyville wing of the Irvington Bay View Circle will attend the next meeting 11 Friday Juno 27bws Close prices are being made on all Light classes of Millinery at Miller There was never in the memory of st- - foots When you come to the circus drop in and seethe tempting display of eatables at Sulzers Keep under the shade of one of our umbrellas circus day If you have none get one Sulzers Hens tow linen suits the neatest and coolest summer suit you can get wo have them Suhers Dr James T Owen went toGlendeane Saturday to seo Mr James Moorman who was quite sick Conrad Slppel has purchased of Dud Â¬ ley Hambleton his store houso on Wall street 22 feet front for 000 The Elephant snei and and fell on his knees and called for a glass of Wild Chery Phosphate from Suzws Oar pretty line of mens shirts are Stylish new patterns hard to beat iheap aso see them Suzers the oldest inhabitant such a prospect for blackberries as there is in Meade and Breckenridge counties this year The next thing for us people is the Sunday school Convention That is to be Wednesday June 16 An all day meeting with dinner at the phurch Hope all who are interested will attend The exercises of our Childrens Day as a general thing were conceded to be a success All honor to tho dear children who so creditably acted their parts However well the leaders may be quali- Â¬ fied the material is the important con- Â¬ sideration and Bewleyville young peo- Â¬ ple do well A large crowd was on hand but I am very sorry to eay that they did not realize the true object of Childrens Day The exercises and dinner are of minor importance simply courtsey and pleasure to those who came It is the money we work for and in this free silver country we do not feel it fbwB very freely We who did the work feel very much disappointed over this turn O E Oelze of HardlnBburg was here of the aflalr I say this to not oQendbut Sunday enroute for Owensboro to servo to put people In mind that giving money on the United States Petit Jury is one of the important duties of a religi Â¬ ous life Golden Rod lllnes Mrs Sex Newton after a short died Thursday She was buried in the Catholic cemetry near McGavocks LODIBURG Mr G T Payne living near here has been very sick for several days and was not improving when last hoard from All the Populleto and Democrats in this vicinity are sold for the county ticket this fall No dissensions no hick erlrgi All harmonious and lovely Miss Dee Basham had for her guests Sunday Mr John Basket and Mr Thornsbeiry of Meado county and MIbs Nettie Cashman of Raymond Mrs El lube th Robertson of this vicin- Â¬ ity who has been dangerously ill for two weeks is no better at this writing but is gradually sinking and her death is expocted at any time Several from this place attended the funeral of Mrs James Payne at Steph enaport last week and were very much Impressed by the funeral discourse de- Â¬ livered by Rev Rulledge Mr J W Scull of Tell City Ind who bought the poplar timber on the Facklcr farm near here is moving things lively over at his mill He has had his mill there only one month and has cut 100 Will have some 000 feet of lumber 200000 more to cut This was consider Â¬ ed the finest tract of timber in this sec Â¬ tion of country and Mr Scull is certain- Â¬ ly making some of the finest lumber we ever saw Most of it will go to his lum ber yard In Tell City r TBIr Wm G Payne residing Vione mile I Am Iihm tl UIB iroui HI 10 JJIBWU IUOIi ttla UBIU UJ MIO tn Sunday tho Oh Inst at about 7 oclock p m The entire barn was a complete loss Including about 200 bushels of corn a lot of sheaf oat and gearing The horses saddles and wagon were saved and some coru No Insurance One of the boys was feeding late Sunday eveulng sad had just left the crib with a basket of cora whsa glsnclng back he saw a neks rielafc ffora a phe of shucks in the erib he bad jast left He acted quickly tat there fasias a large pile of loess sbttoks ha eould do aaihJag It la sap poQgif tbat at soeneiisse a wmlsh bad been aooldeotly dropped la the stfb aad la g dag out tbs boy stopped oa it without notloa with tbs above result This la aulte a loss to Mr Pavaa aad ba baa tba j syasoathy of tbs aabjbborbood f Tltra lil James W Wright of Jollys Station was In the ity Sunday going to Owens Â¬ boro to serve on the U HPetlt Jury Mr and Mrs John M Beavin have sold to AJbert Beavin 75 acres of land ob the waters of Clover Creek Consid Â¬ eration 000 When you come to the show make yer headquarters at Itiedele where all the refreshing drinks are to be had and a good lunch There are several ways to speak To speak well to speak easily to speak justly and to speak at the right mo Â¬ ment La Bruyere K Taul of Oaklahoma 111 was here Friday on his way to Mattlngly He had in a box four prairie dogs which Mils Clarkson of Die Sprlntr will arrive at Holts bottom this week to bo with MlisFor rie Hardin Mrs Nel on Jolly Jolly Station was In the city seven days last week visiting at Mrs S 0 Yeagers Miss Ettel Oehe went to Oeorgeown Fri day where she will spend the summer with relatives and friends MIis Jenny Sterrett of Hawesvllle who has been the gueitofMIss Mamie Dellaven returned home last week Mr Lee T Meyer and MIis Ella DIIIIonof Hardlniburg were In tbe city Sunday morn- Â¬ ing enrouta to Haweiville Miics Delle Ryan Fearl Ferrlgo and Roia Ryan are visiting frlendi and relatives In Tublniport Ind this week Mrs Elvira Dabbage after a stay of several weoks with her ion Mr V O Cabbage Har Â¬ dlniburg returned hime Monday Mill LaFayette Lallelit went to Leltch to aailit Mill Vila field Inst Thunday Mclleath in a muitcale at that place Mri Emma Fierce of Cannelton Ind and Mri LIstle Bnulware of Springfield III are visiting their annt Mrs Qeo Gregory Franklin Ditto r who has been with hli daughter Mri J D Dabbage for aeveral weeki returned to Brandenburg Sunday Dr A J Kim of Tell City and Mr Markum of Cannelton Ind came up to at Â¬ tend MIis Carnellle Overttreets piano recital Mines Addie Louise and Mildred Dabbage wect to Dianenburg Sunday to spend Mon Â¬ day with their uncle and aunt Mr and Mri Wm Ditto Mr and Mrs Walter J She man arrived from Toledo Ohio Friday to be with her pa Â¬ rent Mr and Mrs W U Bowmer Mr Sherman returned Sunday Mr and Mrs Edward MoAfeo are In Nash ville Tenn vlilting Mri McAfees brother attending college there Wm Mullen who and taking in the Centennial Mri Mollte Wohler or Grand View Ind who has been vlilting Mr and Mrs J 11 Logan returned home yesterday accompan Â¬ ied by Master Willatd Logan Mrs Sash Jordan and her handsome little son Allen Rosooe haye returned to their home at Webster after a visit of a week to relatives and ftlends In thli city of Yevlngton who Mis L E Temple formerly bad charge of tbe old Uloverport Hotel for a number of years Is in the city the guest of Mr and Mri J li Willi Mils Belle Biuce Boyd of Washington lilting her grandpa who ha been D 0 renti Mr and Mri Alei Boyd went to Hawesvllle Saturday to visit relatives JIlis Luoy Hel Orayson Qaiette saysi ton of Hardinsburg arrived h re last Sun day to vlilt herunole Dr R 0 Pulllam and family Mill Helton is a sister of the at tractive ycuog lady who ipent several weeks with Dr Fulllam and family last season Miss LaFay Â¬ The Orayson Oasette says ette Lalleist of Cloterport has arrived here io vlilt LeltebDeld friends and will take part In Miss Ella MeBeaths musicals at the eourt MIis Lallelit Is a charming houie to night young lady and has been highly compliment Â¬ ed as a vocalist wherever she has favored the publio In Kentucky At a Paducah muslcale recent y her productions were received with much enthusiasm and the people of Leltoa field are anxious to hear her sing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WEBSTER A light wheat crop in this suction Dr L B Moreman was here Saturday Mrs Henry Beard continues quite sick Mrs B F Payne weDt to Louisville John Saturday Bewleyville has tho record on Child Â¬ rens Day - tf - he worked ten days to get We call your attention farmers to the fact that you can get a blind bridle worth H 00 for 75 cents and riding bridles worth 00 cento for 75 cents at Vests Has D It Murray will go to Bran- tlwrtwrg Thursday June 24 to deliver aWetvreoa Medical Jurisprudence bo iota the Meade county Medical society Hoss Jonas D Wilson qualified Mon Â¬ day m post master with Marion Weather Mt m hto deputy Ills bond has been foriHufal to Washington He will prob aWy Uka charge July 1st Ak election for school trustees was faU la the High School building Satur Â¬ day Mmssn W G 8nwrt Dr J L Mosmmmi sd Jobs Morris Gregory were Wis I to 11 the office for the easulng Thurman Smith was at home Sunday to see his family Miss Elmer Hatfldld is visiting rela- Â¬ tives in Louisville Misi Barnett of Louisville Is vltitirg Mrs Crawford Tate At the school election hero Saturday Dr Parks was elected trustee Mlas Alma OrendorfT laVialtiig rela Â¬ tives at Bewleyville this week Thos Compton and family weut to Sample Sunday for n weeks stay Quito a crowd from here ntten led Childrens Day service at Bowleyvllle Wm Kendall is ainlllltyg over the ar- Â¬ rival of a small girl at his houso Sunday the Oth Dick Claycomb and 11 D St Clair went to Louisville last week with a car Church Notes The Young Ladles Home Mission and Parsonage Society will meet at the Meth- Â¬ odist church this attornoon at 3 oclock Rev I B Timberlake preached Sun Â¬ day nght at tho Baptist church to a large congregation Ills sermons aro always forcible logical and Interesting Tho M E Sunday School appointed celgUes to tho County Convention at They Bewleyville next Wednesday are Oscar Holder Ellsbaor Nicholas J D Babbage and Mrs J II Rowland Prachlngat the Presbyterian church Sunday morning at 11 oclock ChilA drens Day exercises at 3 oclock special program will he rendered and a sp clal olTerlng will bo made for the Board of Publication and Sunday School work Let the ollerlng be a liberal one The Third Quarterly Meeting will be held nt Holt next Saturday and Sunday versa Preaching at 11 oclock each day and Next Friday afternoon at 3 oclock the preaching at tho Elm Btreet Methodist Womans Missionary Society will meet church Sunday evenirg at 8 oclock with Mrs D W Lewis and will spend Quarterly Conference at the bank Mon- Â¬ the hour talking about China and our day evening at 8 oclock Dr G II Hayes P E work there The closing exercises of the Nashville To Cure A Cold In One Day Conservatory of music came oil last Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Tuesday Miss Mary Taylor sent me an invitation Mary has been at the Con- Â¬ All Druggists refund the money if it falls to Cure 25c For Sale by R A Shell servatory for a year or more I enjoyed Mr L A Footes letter in man Stephensport Ky last issue of this paper hope ho will con- Â¬ Business Opportunity tinue it A party of us from here expect Wanted Book keeper ta take charge to go to the Falls of Rough this summer of set of books in Louisville Ky Must We have a cor- Â¬ he able to take Btock in the company on a fishing excursion Address 0 care Breckeniudqe News dial Invitation 40 2t Cloverport Ky Mrs Chris McGeheo declares her in Â¬ tention not to grow old She certainly Everybody Says So gave such evidence lost Sunday Tho Cascnrets Camlv Cathartic tlio most won heart can always be young despite the dciful medical discovery of tlio ngo picas tasto act gently gathering of years We can all keep ant and rofreslilnq to tno liver and bowels aud positively ou klduoj s cleansing tho cntlro sjstcm dispel colds young hearts if wo so will It euro hcadaoho rover habitual constipation Fie and plums are being distributed and biliousness Plcaso buy and try a box right quickly Our post office has gone of U C 0 to day 1 0 i M cents Hold and guaranteed to euro by all druggists to Charlie Bryant We all hope he may make as faithful and conscientious one The Sunday School Convention as our present friend Mrs S 0 Malln IlAiiDiNsinmo Ky June 0 1807 whom we regret to see go out Mn Editor I noticed in your last 1 am iu receipt of an invitation to the Issue tbat a program for the county Sun Â¬ commencement exercises of Buchtel Col- Â¬ day school convention at Bewleyville I am glad lege Akron Ohio where my young June 10 had been arranged to see our peoplo moving up in Sunday Miss Maud Herndon graduates school work friend I attended the first con- Â¬ Maudes many friends from her old homo vention of this kind held In the county some six or seven years ego and Mr send gwd wishes and congratulations Editor I tell you It was a small aflalr On Monday and Tuesday nights the But now our people are so milch inter- Â¬ commencement exercises of Branden- Â¬ ested in the Sunday school work that the burg Normal will be held at Sebastians value of It is reaching into every locality is praised for park Bodenstadbs band will furnish God bo to improvethis influence of It bound the the morals Piano and young I expect to ho at tno meetirg on the music the last night music pupils of the Normal the first the 10th and hope to meot a large num- Â¬ ber of Sunday school workers there night L A W Tho sweet spirit of charity was beauti fully evinced on Childrens Day by some Littlo ones who of our noble women were lacking in this worlds goods were equipped by them and their little hearts made to rejoico Even as ye haye done It to the least discom Â¬ Silver Democrats of Meade are disap Â¬ and of pointed tbat the Hon Gus W Richard- Â¬ child birth can son didnt get tbe nomination at Frank- Â¬ be almost en fVVlMnB fort for Clerk of the Court of Appeals tirely avoided up- Â¬ WineofCardulu Gus has had many honors conferred relieves ex- Â¬Â¬ on him in politics and ho has as wello pectant moth he always ceived bowo knockouts but ers It gives rises and comes agiin tonetothegen Â¬ Â¬ visiting him Childrens day next Sunday at Big Spring Look out for us Preaching next Sunday at tho Moth odlet and Baptist churches A good many from hero will attend the exposition at Nashville Miss Corn Trotter of Mauckport Is visiting Mrs Chas Coleman Mr and Mrs James Bland and Willie wero in Louisville last woek Mrs Gus Dowell of Ekron visited Mrs James Bland last Sunday Mr Hayes of Hardin county vis ited his brother Horace last Sunday Mr and Mrs Pecklnpatigh left Sunday night Mrs Pccklhpaugh will be in Louisville Mrs King and children of Missouri aro with her sister Mrs Helmstetter for the summer Miss Sue Carter who has been with her sister Mrs Dr Pusey has gone to Louisville for a visit Emmet Coleman has improved his home immensoly by putting in hand doors and windows A spirit of renovating and improving is abroad in the land round about here Let the good work go on Childrens day last Sunday at Bewley- Â¬ ville Several of us would have been there had it not conflicted with our own Mr and Mrs Snyder and Mrs Nevitt and daughter Lluo of Woodland spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs K II Nevitt Geo Keiman has had an L added to his beautiful home handsome windows to the front He has one of the prettiest homes in town The Christian Contributor society will meet on Friday night witli Misses Lillian and Virgil Rhodes Everyono cordially Invited Mr Wm Bewley Is out after a spell of sickness which confined him to the house for several days He wife and baby are In Louisville for a visit Miss Lena Willett of Groveland was the guest of Miss Jen Hardin last Sun Â¬ day Aho Mrs Dan Koberts and Mrs Carlt Richardson of Ekron Johnnie Meador and Frank Hardin two of Big Springs nicest boys were our guests last Sunday Our Branden- Â¬ burg girls like Big Spring bojs and vice Â¬ Save Your Money Circus aaHnaaw japaajBjBjiMwjBX s 1 Here will be a chance to peep Ints our For sick headache dyspepsia No Reckless Assertion orBargalns Â¬ L MUSEUM Bar- Â¬ malaria constipation and biliousness a million people endorse Side S how of New Novellles congregated rrom evtry known gain center throughout the country TUTTS Liver PILLS hard study and diligent persistent prac- Â¬ tice will enable one to attain it Childrens Day was n success in every particular Each child to the smallest tot did well The church was simply but prettily decorated Tho choir ren- Â¬ dered some good selections with Mrs D W Lewis as organist The church was full Bro Pate made excellent appropriate remarks Everybody had on his or her best bib and tucker and alto Â¬ gether it was a happy day for old and young Â¬ to cultivate such a standard of musical taste Every pupil of ambition everv lover of music should determine to reach such a poal Thero is no royal road only Free Admission to every department of our store See the tempting displays of Dress Goads Take a peep Into our Shoe and Clothing Department on 3rd Floor bled from every quarter of the globe Look Into oar Â¬ Grocery Department at the great stacks of tempting eatables displayed assem The eagle tho king of all birds is noted for its keen sight clear and dis Â¬ tinct vision So are those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind or granulated lids Sold by all dealers Short A Haynes An Endless Procession of Bargainss p Begins Immediately after you pass Into cur store Money saving Items will the face appealing to your purse appealing to your taste to be- Â¬ come their happy owners While in the city make yourself at home at our store Come In and rest Leave your bundles Coodi delivered to all in stare you trains freo of charge SULZERS HOME The World Afterwards Every dollar spent in your home store adds to the development of the home industries It helps the growth of the town by helping the growth of the individual for we are all more or less tlcpendcntupon each other The great trade centers pay tribute to the big stock We are keeping careful track of your wants and constantly adding to the stock to meet them Now dont fail to give me a call All manner of produce taken in exchange for goods Â¬ FIRSTLY CHARLES RADENHEIMER Clifton Mills ky The Uusical at Presbyterian Church Miss Corneille Ovorstreet a graduate of the College of Music of Cincinnati gave a piano recital at tho Presbyterian church last Friday night that was greatly enjoyed by all present Miss Ovorstreet Is a very attractive young lady but nowhere does she appear to as gxd ad vantage as sitting at the piano Her fingerinc is wonderful executing the most difficult passages with seemingly Her interpretation is the greatest ease perfect She enters at once into the thought of tho composer and completely loses herself In the work she is render ing She has a larga knowledge of all the best compo3nrs and always plays from memory After spondirg a year as principal of Â¬ TV When you Go 1 txJjJ Vy vl to Hatdinibure v ijv JLf Iri 3C --F STOP AT THE v 3 Al BARNES HOUSE Only 100 Per Day Best Accommodations Goo d Sample Rooms sffc tho music department in tho George- Â¬ town college Mies Overstreet expects to go to Europe and will put herself under the Instruction of tho very best musi Â¬ cians in the world We predict for her a place iu the music world as high as tho n U nwt 1 1 R A M ftTl 1 1 1 MM cured at borne with- - TOer mMtHtmmmttm bmw oollky md Allnuttt UuTOfflco lOt N lTjor St highest Miss Overstreet nas assisted by Miss Zuia Z Neel of Henderson and Mr Jos B Pace Jr of this citv I PRODUCE WANTED YOU SHOULD EMPLOY None but the Countv Surveyor to ito rur work lie Is the authotlzcd Surveyor of the Countv Is en experienced vorlcman and He is alto Notary IHillic knows his buslneii writes Deeds and takes Ackncwlcugeincdtt Charges alwaya Keasonable Addremi Mothers CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARDINSBURG KY The 5fl We regret to chronicle the death of Mr Jesse Ashcraft whose illness was mentioned In this column last week He was a most useful excellent christian gntlenian a devoted husband and fath- Â¬ er and to those bereaved ones all friends extend great sympathy and condolence Last Saturday was tho day to elect rchool trustees Dr J M Hardins name was the only one presontod he got a italorgansand cuts them in condition to do their work perfectly That makes preg Â¬ nancy less painful shortens labor and hastens recovery after child birth It helps a woman bear strong healthy children Dont use Drugs Unless you need them and then only ruitK drugs such as arc sold by responsible drug gists Wo keep only the best That is the great distinction to be looked for when the time comes that you need them Nowhere else will you find so complete a stock A good time now to begin that medicine Â¬ 1 j 10000 I Pounds Wool I Dozen j Wiieofifrf has also brought happiness to thousands of homes barren for rears A few doses often brings oy to loving hearts that long or a darling baby No woman should neglect to try it for this trout 1 It cures nine cases out of ten All druggists sell Wine of Cardul loo per bottle Pbr Ulrica In cat requlrtnir seochl address rWlnc symptoms UiW Advlicry Papartnisnt1 Tha Owttenoot MHctoa Co CbUa attractions thai 1100 i i j ymr A y ylM aUBctoa the Toblasport fod nt yottiis people from this school fha mdnataa saytosa la aumbsr thijr had been eawfttlly moia that tba oooaslon Thsir ate-dtMotsd lor Lbls good work V MBiMBOsmrat last Thtusday evening wbltts was a cooesM la svry rsspeet r Mr Powall dsaarvsa uaay nononi rdar to bs arsasnt at the Holla went to LoultvlUa aMnrtaa of bis oottsto Hl Lalla Friast to Mr Job U Schauta which will occur tbk afsalM at 8 SO p m at tbs resldeaos of sunosl Bolser Hi at 110 Jaoob stress MJM PriBM Is well known la this Uy terfMUsadbata a aaaiborol raam aajap 4aW wmmfMfm PWPPflyMPJi rousing vote Hes the right man In tbe right place We shall look forward to a load of hogs most excellent school this ensuing fall Geo Nicholson went to Fordsvllle with the same faculty Put up some cot Monday to take a position with the tagee a good school will bring aa In- Â¬ crease In population bridge crew Our publio roads in this Immediate The pupils of Brandenburg Normal section are In a fearfully bad condition will bold their contest in elocution oa aad It seems nothing Is being done to Saturday sight at tbe M E church A better them haadeetae medal will be awarded by the eaaditkte The people of this comUHlly desire Jodfes to the successful to extend coadoleace to Mia bereaved Vocal maetc will be furalelied by the family of Jesse Ashefeft Verily a gtod mttete papils The contest will be later retiag improving aad exeftiag Lead waa lias g me from uwg as your presanoa great game of ball tookftUee here A Miaa Daley Melatyre la at home from Saturday between the soiamd blub of Loaaa Female College BaesoUvUla place and tbe Hardtasbstift oosoted Delay is a la piaaiat aad playa only tbe tbk flaeat alaaalaat aalaetioaa We all want - i Â¬ Feathers W E BROWN IRYIWQTON aeetaTaa Mrs laatmUftaMeWtMHa MU PxW 0 Wfea I lft Uh WhtaafCaraul W Nt ht baa iMffi4 ta wtTMtteM W fMhttaa TlBa m Mitr i m a aa em aaay- - We carry a complete line of all known patent medicines Toilet goods of every descrip tion Pricw right Â¬ MOM M KINCHELOE T HARDINSBUAO KY I mmi Bctj mn frr itf - - riin i i f p iiiiiBim iiiMwipni4iipiifg w nrP ffFBtTfjgl fHk Breckenridge News eriwppfl fM culties thoy create Is a perplexing prob Â¬ lem However faulty in princlplo the arti- Â¬ WEDNESDAY JUNE 0 1897 ficial stimulus of beet sugar producing In the Stomach Catwed Great may bo it has so far been effectual that Suffering Was Confined to the lagaria the Mew Tariff of 7000000 tons of tho worlds annual Bed But Now Able to Work Promtha New York Sun crop 4300000 tons now come from beets In October 1893 1 had an absccs3 In Gold exports wore unexpectedly and only 2700000 tons from tho cano my stomach I was Also taken with pleu Â¬ I was renewed early last weok and to an Germanys share of the beet product is risy and coughed ery badly treated by physician but did not improve unexpocted amount but they produced about 1750000 tons that of France 000 I gave up all hope ot ever getting well 000 tons and that of Austria 750000 tons no appreciable effect upon either the not tho rest being contributed by Itusstn My right side was swollen and I was was money market or the prices of stocks Belgium Holland and other countries able to walk across the room and Ma- Â¬ my bed I was advised to The public Is becoming more and more These figures however it must be obÂ¬ confined toSarsnparllla and began taking try Hoods pri- Â¬ enlightened every day as to the true served aro not strictly correct the sta Â¬ It In threo days 1 could sco a chango function of the metal and is not alarm tistics accessible not being brought down for tho better 1 kept on taking Hoods ed at what it sees to be a healthy and to tho latest dates but they are nearly Sarsaparllla until I had taken four bot- Â¬ natural movement of it The diminu- Â¬ enough so to illustrato the subject Tbo tles and continued to Improve I am now On Good tion of the Treasury reserve is viewed nations consumption of sugar being able to doa good days workon the farm M E Mans Dcmojsvllle Kentucky with equal indifference Since the gold 2000000 tons annually costing last year 00000000 to import the question wheth Â¬ exports began tills nsarvo has been decreased by redemptions of notes by er wo cannot ourselves produco at least a about 11000000 but the excess of part of what wo need of it becomes one revenuo over expenditures of 15000000 of great interest me agricultural exports ot this coun- Â¬ tho last three months has enabled the Treasury tn accumulate not only the try have hitherto been chiefly tho pro- Â¬ Vn i ireil only by G I Hood Co notes thus redeemed but considerably duct of the simplest and least skilled 11 six for s unil only Hoods labor Our wheat for example is culti- Â¬ Lowell Mass Get Hoods more making tho total amount of old are the best atter dlnner vated with so little caro that while in nOOClS PHIS is aid digestion 250 legal tenders now on hand over 32000 000 against about 9000000 held at the Great Britain with u much less advan- Â¬ Oil beginning of March More concusive tageous climate and natural soil the MATTINGLY proof that the endless chain works average yield per acre is 33 bushels with jUKtow sE MrrTHfrm only when the rovenus are deficient us it is less than 15 buahela and in rait Â¬ ing Indian corn tobacco pork Lee but- Â¬ could not possibly bo furuUhnd B V Burton was here Friday The debate on the new tariff bill in ter cheese and other articles we have The farmers all have the back ache the Senate was opened auspiciously ou aimed rather at getting the greatest Fralz Matt ugly Cloverport was here Tuesday by an explanatory speech from quantity for the labor ixpended than at mWbW i last week bklra jg Senator Aldrich which excepting a few improving ils quality Wag a have been Miss Ada Brickey has been on the high and laud cheap and our farmers petty criticisms has commanded unlvor sal admiration His xpositlon of the and planters for a long while did well in sick list for the past week Mr Nelson Ball of Missouri is visit- Â¬ probable results of tbo bill after it goes spite of their slovenly methods but of Into operation was lucid and convincing late years the conditions have changed ing friends and relatives here REPAIR LIGHT India Argentina and Australia success- Â¬ and his frank recognition of the economMiss B irrilla Howard spent last week EXPENSES DRAFT ic principle that high protective duties fully compete with us in growing cheap at Jolly Station the guest of Mrs V L are hostile to revenueis creditable to his wheat the beef nud mutton from Aus- Â¬ Frank intelligence Protection which effective tralia take tho market away from ours A protracted meeting is being held at ly bars out importations necessarily we send abroad great quaotitka of but Tar Fork conducted by He v Young of ter cheese lard and pork but our epi- Lexington yields no revenue and in proportion as even moderate protection enables a cures import tho finer kinds The con- Â¬ Rev Owen Youngs two bojs and It is DEEJRINGS Ball and Roller Bearing country to supply its wants from within sequence lias been that In a glutted mar- Â¬ daughter aro here with him during the ST Pony Binder the Lightest Draft Binder on the revenuo which is indeed for Govern- Â¬ ket and the lower prices that result from protracted meeting ment purposes must be sought from it our agriculturists suffer and complain Z the Market Sold by Mr M E Hambleton and sister Miss excise and other internal taxes Hence that their calling ha ceased to be pro- Â¬ lie advocates a reduction in many in fitable but they have tho remedy in Maggie Tar Creek attended church at stances of the duties fixed by the bill their own hands They must either by Tar Fork Wednesday night improved processes improve the quality Miss Sallie Perkins Beech Fork wai as it passed the House of RepresentaWashington D O Congressman comprehensive a knowledge of norvous tives and the addition of others which of their good or else by tho employ- Â¬ here a few days last week visiting her ment of machinery they must cheapen brother James Perkins and attending Peter J Oety 1 as distinguished himself i xhausion It cures where other means that bill did not impose by active and honorable service In the have been tried and found futile The item to which Mr Aldrich devot- Â¬ their cost If both these expedients meeting Tliere is less hesitation nowadays ed the greater part of his speech was that fall they must turn their attention to The prettiest lot of girls that ever ex- Â¬ house of representatives where he was of sugar and in regard to It he effectual- Â¬ the production of articles for which isted live in and around Ball town so sent from the Sixth district of Virginia among intelligent people in attending to ly disposed of the objections made by they can find an ample market at home says the young men here and the preach- Â¬ On the floor of tho houso and in the tho beginnings of poor health It Is committee room he is a conspicuous well known that disease is progressive Mr Wilson in the Herald that the duties and ouo in which thoy have their er from abroad advocate of measures for the advance- Â¬ and cumulative easy to drive out at the on the article in the new bill unduly foreign competitors at a disadvantage Mr John Taul returned from OklahoIf sugar ma last Friday He brought with him ment of good government In what start but a menace to life when allowed favor the refiners of this country Mr which cannot be overcome high honor Paines celery compound is to entrench itself in any organ of the Wilson it seems based his argument with a protective duty can be profitably four prairie dogs which were a curiosity held in the family of this distinguished body If people would consider head upon the prices of a year ago and upon raised in Louisiana from cane possibly to us Hill BUUys legislator appears from the following aches rheumatism neuralgia sleeplesscomputations which aro arithmetically it can be raised with profit in other Miss June McQuady and Virge Wilson letter ness indigestion and languid feelings in inaccurate and his defence of his errors states from beets Jolly Station Miss Ida Pate and James Oqo thing is certain Dar Sirs For years I have been a their true light and as seriously as they the excess of has thus far been very inconclusive That the proposed duties protect both any crop of which the quantity produc- Â¬ Brickey Sr of Beech Fork were guests great sufferer from neuralgia and during deserve to be and made a stand against the past winter was advised to try your them at once by means of Paines celery the American sugar refiner and the ed in this country is greater than that Sunday of Miss Alice Brickey Miss Sallie Henry of Irvington a Paines celery compound and I used compound there would be a wonderful American sugar producer is not how which can be consumed here must be eer disputed nor that they will in- Â¬ marketed abroad and the price obtain Â¬ splendid organist furnished the choir two bottles of it with great benefit I diminution in the amount of kidney crease both the production and the refin Â¬ ed abroad necessarily fixes that which with music during tho meeting She is whs so much pleased with it that I per- Â¬ liver ans heart diseases Anyone who reads the heartfelt ing of sugar in this country so that we can be obtained at home So long as we stationed at T B Bates as private music suaded my brother John Floyd to use teacher may eventually supply ourselves with all go on raising more cotton tobacco it He had been having a bad form of emphatic letters that havo appeared of it that we consume and import none wheat corn beef pork laid butter and Mrs Sallie Bates after the death of nervons dyspepsia and now after using here from men and women who owe cheese than can bo sold to our own her husband Ben Lee Bates formerly of the compound for two months is so their health and often their lives to whatever The effect of legislation in stimulating citizens the prices that we can get for this county has returned from Kansas much improved that we feel sure a third Paines celery compound will be im- Â¬ Every pressed by the sincerity in every line invention and industry was nevermore the whole cannot exceed tho price wo She will live with her father Mr Will bottle will complete his cure one has spoken of the marked change This great modern scientific in vigor strikingly shown than it has been in re get for the part we are compelled to Bates near Jolly Station for the bolter in his appearance ator and health maker is doing an enor- Â¬ spect ot this very article of sugar At export in order to sell it at all No We learn that Virge Wilson formerly Respectfully mous amount of lasting good these June the beginning of this century the sugar protective duty can raise its value in of this place now of Jolly Station has days Its success in making people well Mis Mallio Floyd Otey obtained from the sugar cane was the the market because the market is accepted a position with his father J D beyond the reach of any protection our only kind knowu to commerce Chem This is one of some 15 or 20 letters has had no parallel in the history of Wilson in the postofDce at Cloverport On the other hand an Virge is an old school mate of ists had succeeded in getting at great laws can give It has cured thousands of from United States congressmen or medicine ours and expense Binall quantities of it f om other article like sugar of which we cannot wo congratulate him on securing this members of their families that have cases of rheumatism and neuralgia among them beets or as the possibly for years to come produce as position Bourcee recently appeared in the newspapers many of long standing that taave been English called them beet roots but much at wo consume so that we shall here heartily recommending Painos despaired of by friends and physicians Compared with other remedies its commercially their discoveries were of have none to export can bo protected celery compound W B Johnson Newark O says no importance When however about until under tho stimulus of protection Ono of the most eminent physicians in permanent cures stand out as a moun- Â¬ One Minute Cough Cure saved my only the year 1810 the blockade by Great we increase the product beyond our own tain does beside a mole nill If all city child from dying by croup It has tho papers being interviewed by one of men and women who have entirely the needs and have a surplus over Urilaln in its contest with Napoleon got the siys Another thing too that the agricul- Â¬ saved thousand of others suffering from Bonaparte of the ports of Europe cut Paines celery compound marks a rid of nervous debility threatened croup pneumonia bronchitis and other off the Continent from supplying itself turists of this country should bear in tremendous stride in the euro of dis-Â¬ nervous exhaustion sleeplessness and mind ia that they are not the only citi- Â¬ serious throat and lung troubles Short eases with sugar iiom foreign countries the such organic troubles as kidney liver Haynes attention of speculators was turned to zens who suffer from the low prices No romedy has ever succeeded in and stomach diseases by its help during the beet and with so much success that caused by a production in excess of the driving out the underlying causes of the past year alone could bo brought BIGSPRING Bonaparte publicly visited the first large needs of home consumers The coal nervous and organic troubles so surely together what an army of grateful peo Â¬ beet sugar factory erected in Trance miners the iron miners the steel rail and rapidly No remedy represents so ple it would make Will Miller of Cecilia was here the and decorated its superintendent as a makers and the cotton manufacturers are likewise public benefactor with the cross of the they are able unable to sell as much as guest of Harry Miller to produce and with of this plate nod T V T Baker of PELLVILLE Lgion ot Honor The peace of 1815 was whom the cost of production thoseabovo Mrs Harvey Miller is visiting her pa- Â¬ is Floral have been selected as commis- Â¬ a serious blow to the infant industry but the limit of price obtainable for their rents near Hawesville f Sam Bruner and wife went to Hawes- Â¬ sioners to divido tho real estate of tbo those who had embarked in it were not product have had to stop work The MIbs Mollie Board of Constantino is farmers late J F Bennett ville Tuesday discouraged and by dint of ingenuity are no and the planters in this respect the guest of M Jones worse off than are the miners and Drs Lancaster and Haynes made ar Â¬ and economy suceeded in maintaining the manufacturers They have out run Bud And of Knottsville was here on Mr Daniel Jacobs of Louisville w as rangements last week to tako the four- Â¬ themselves against the competition of the needs of the world and they must business Tuesday here looking after bis interest cane sugar imported from abroad Visit either remain partially idle or they Several went from here to the Ireland teen year old son of John Ad kins to Dr must find new kinds of employment in Â¬ Mr Ben Clarkson Jr was in Frankors to France forty or fifty years ago Stirmau of Owensboro for the purpose supplying wants now supplied by the fort last week attending the convention centennial Friday S of having his leg amputated The young will remember the surprise with which foreigner Matthew Mabshalu M Mosoley went to Lyonia on legal man has never recovered from typhoid Miss Hortense Miller lies returned they regarded the peculiarly fine grain fever which he had nearly two years ago home after a six weeks stay in Louis-Â¬ business last Saturday ed white sugar in little oblong cakes and which settled Walter Bennett and family of Hop Â¬ a cripple for life in his leg making him ville with friends tho Biz and shape of dominoes which was served them with their coffee and Mr II Meyer who has been confined kins county were here last week A Coitljr JJlaze Dr Delas Haynes of Owensboro was which they were told was made from to his bed for several days with malarial The Monarch of all Amusement Enterprises Alkxandkia Va Juno 4 Tho most doing first class dental work here last heels It did not seem to have as much fever is able to be out disastrous flro in tho history of this city week sweetening power as refintd cane sugar Dr and Mrs Gray of Ella ibethtown occurred at an early hour yesterday VY COL GEO HALLS UNITED STATES RAILROAD but it dissolved more readily in tho coffee SHOWS Is a deep seated blood disease which were here last Wednesday the guests of A large crowd went from hero to the morning The loss is estimated at 100 and answered its intended purpose yery all the mineral mixtures in the world Mr and Mrs II Meyor Herbert ico cream supper Saturday 000 or more The principal losers aro COMUINED WITH cannot cure SSS guaranteed purely well An imitation of it called dom Bryants fertilizer works and Moore tegelable is Dr Strother and sister Mies Z jlma night real blood remedy for Sons foundry ino sugar is oven now made and sold blood diseases aand HERR ADAM HAGENBHCKS TRAINED ANIMAL EXHIBITION Vorus Moseley who has been attend hai no equal attended the reception at the college in in this country and is largely consumed Mrs YTBuckofDelaneyArkhad ing school at Otvensboro returned home Ellz ibethtown last Friday Germany followed France at a few Scrofula for twenty five years and most Miss Mary Harl of Cecilia who was last week years distance in raising sugar beets of the time was under the care of the doctors whocould not relieve her A here visiting Ruby Miller and other While good rains have fallen all around and extracting sugar from them For specialist said he friends has returned home us it appears that Pellvillo ia in the mid Â¬ reyenue purposes the Government laid a could cure her but dle of a drouth tax upon the raw beets but to encour- Â¬ Miss Bettie Clarkson has returned he filled her with The tobacco crop will be tbo shortest arsenic and potash from Elizibetbtown where she has been age the export of the sugar made from which almost ruined visiting her sister Mrs Dr OConner here this time for years on account of them It allowed a drawback upon it cal her constitution She the scarcity of plants and lack of seasons culated upon the assumption that 11 tons then took nearly and her mother of beets would yield a ton of sugar By every so called blood AND DAY Mrs A W Clarkson who was called to plant 2S5 AS meuicine aim uranic to Jefferson county on account of W VTi carefully selecting seed tho amount of J ilA i Tho same old croakers who abused the the V them by the wholesale sugar in the root was increased and by but thev did not reach death of her nephew Mr Geo Herr government this time last year because See Our Hugh Performing Elephant tho adoption of tho diffusion process of corn and wheat were so cheap are now her trouble Some returned home Wednesday Wfo -extracting the juice in which warm See Oor Monstor Den Performing Lions wjr CREAM BALM la a positive cam Mr Guy Medor visited Cecilia last standing on their heats because bread- Â¬ KITS 5 os had anu sue very Sunday and was the guest of Misa Katie stuff is so high water was passed through the beets soou Apply Into the nostril II It quickly sbtorbed M See Our Funny Performing Monkeys and Dogg found real cents at DniircUti or by null samples 10c by mall after they were reduced to pulp instead remedy at lastthat she says a Afterblood Mossbarger and from there he She J A Clark of Patesvillo M Mosely KLY BROTUKH3 64 Warren St New York City Â¬ atten ded tak See Our 25 Beautiful Performing Shetland Ponie of squeezing them in presses a larger ing one dozen bottles of SSS I am the Commencement at Buffalo Ky See the Largest and best Show that ever exnibitail 1mm my skin is clear quantity of saccharine matter was ob Â¬ perfectly well Mrs Dr Ray of Rome Ky who has and healthy and I flf tained and thus 8J tons ot beets were my former condition would not be in for two thousand been here visiting her parents Rev and made to yield a ton of sugar with the re- Â¬ dollars Instead of dry ing up the poison Mrs Walton returned home last Friday sult that the rebate allowed as on 11 tons in my system like the potash and was accompanied by her brother John gave practically to the manufacturer a arsenic SSS drove the disease out through the skin and I was penua The following attended Childrens Day considerable bounty for which in 1802 ncntly rid of it exercises at Bewleyvllle last Sunday was substituted a cash bounty the tax 111 Misses Zelma Strother Georgia Nueel o the roota being abolished Austria 5000 feet to tho clouds and Purachuto lenp to the earth W Moorman and Dr Strother Mrs SSS never fails to cure Scrofula J and France talso pay a bounty o a sugar SHOULD CLASS OF Ecxctna Rheumatism Contagious Blood Walton and daughter Miss On produced within their limits ee that In Poison or any will positively talcq place disorder TE blood WORKMANSHIP all thew couHlrlea It coU the horn tm Do not rely upon a simpleof the to cure 4 tonic Dont neglect a eeegfa because the rawer more tot bit war than it doe a deep seated blood disease but take a weather it pleasant Wlow GRAND STREET PARADE AT NOON EACH DAY TJ CORRECT PRICES the aext i the fore lea buyer Utmf efforts have ml blood remedy storm roll arovad H nay develop a uur uooica Uea sad to abollab by treaty these rrecHBeaappli- 8PBOIAL NOTICE tolerate no gainhllBg or jpuiwa ot ohnc erioM dlMeftjr repair Om oppressive aad ewbamuaisg beuaUeo catiOM Swift Mlsuta flauah rhtra la tun i tL DONT FORGET THE PA AND DATB Co bat hitherto without Mure and the Specie will do what it bmbm iapliec SttoH A CLOVBtfOfTT KT ftdjbatment if our tariff to meet the diffi I UajriMM SRROKRNRIDGH NMS QIaOVRRFOT KY Mmmtrmtuiii An Abscess OTEY OF VIRGINIA itthAwAtutmadmm I WE Paines Celery Compound in High Favor in His Family i CAN mmmte SAVE YOU 3 m i MONEY On practically everything that a Farmer or Housebuilder buys either in the line of Tools or terials Let us give you our ces and terms Tiling to Start Heres a SarsaparillaaIdM Hoods i g jmk ill 3 Tsiim J vFSm - Kf f mmr -- Hk Â¬ iT zi S Â¬ Â¬ 1 J W PATE UilUiUiUH Ill tTOIaLY KY CO lUUUUUift 3 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Scrofula COMING V7ILL EXHIBIT AT NIGHT JgX 0Q Vj CLOVERPORT A v JOJfl Htli W vf fS rr --- rsi A Real Blood Remedy fvvvfefemVA A MONUMENT I FREE GRAND Worth coming niileg to see BALOON ASCENSION 4a4 BE FIRST UP-TO-DA- sss byd iie VMMtv Mtyiifr -- 28 J ff p KEITH 5 SON W Cloverport Friday June Util