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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fei J i isa THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ctoVERPOBT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 16 2t S i VOL XXI 1897 NO 48 y- TO BE SUCCESSFUL YOU MUST ADVERTISE - - i HARROW ESCAPE An Attempt on the Ufa of Prosi- Â¬ dent Faure of France BOMB corpns prooeooings ana tlio appeal to the supreme court are not a stay of pro HU support by tho supremo cctdlngrf court will it seems seal Durnnts Tho stato court will doom next mouth render its decision as to tho appeal somo next 80 days timo withiu tho Is Prosidont Cisnoros CONDENSED NEWS Republic A Ciiltrrtlnn of Interesting Items on Varl on lrrpnreil For SilliJrWi Hie llnntv ltrnilrr VERY MUCH ALIVE of tho Cuban THROWER ARRESTED lpcrlly THE PATRIOTS Of ARE CONFIDENT To a Ruler is Great but to Bo a O employing hovcrul hundred men lu lu rolling mill liuvo shut dowu Indefinitely Target for Fanatics Bombs on account of tho dep csdon la tho Iron Bo Culcimin Shields Company of Nile Is Rathor Provoking PARIS ANARCHISTS SUSPECTED Paius Juno 11 An attompt wos made yesterday to ussassinato Felix Fnnre president of tho French republic whilo ho was en ronto to Long Champs to witness tho grand prix Wltilo M Fauros curriago wns passing a thicket near La Cascade restaurant in tho Bois do Bolougno a bomb which subse quently proved to bo a picco of tubing about six inchos long and two inches in diameter with a thickness of half nn inch chargod with powder and swan shot exploded No ono was injured by tho explosion A man in tho crowd suspected ns tho prime mover was arrested Ho gavo his namo as Gullet and mado only he briefest roplirs to questions put to him by tho police Gallct said ho had no occupation but resided at Lovallers Perret Ho is believed to bo insane for he shouted as tho enrringo passed along so loudly as to attract general attention in tho crowd Tho police have also mado another arrest in this caso a youth but it is thought piobablo that tho actual culprit Â¬ Â¬ trade GENERAL CONSTANTINE SMOLENSIU rr jl General Smolensk tho Greek leader who repulsed tlio Turks at Vclcstino nud otlior places Is S3 years old and is of Invnriin descent Ho is n veteran nnd linn erred wrer HO years in tlio army F ilS A GOOD IHVESTN1ENT Thinks WaltorWellman of tho Pur- Â¬ chase of Alaska i 7 MR CHANGS MORTIFICATION Sf an v An111ulB nofrersonal and Dignity Upheld Honor Â¬ In Ken- tucky Scono at THE DEATH OF COL G00DL0E Special Is so inuoli talk of tho annexation of Unwnll nnd possibly the estab lishment of a protectorate over Culm dur ing tlio MoKlnloy administration It la worth whilo to noto tho remark recontly undo by n distinguished sonator Ho Enid the TJnltod Statos had never yet mado n bud Investment In territory Every bit of land thnt wo had acquired whether by purchnso or conquest bad added to tho greatness nnd glory of tho country Our investments In Florida In Louisiana nnd even In Alaskn turned out to bo most for- Â¬ tunate said tho senator I well remem ber how bitterly opposed many of our most omlnont men wero to tho payment of E D Wushburno 000000 for Alaska Gonoral Grants great friend opposed the bill Goncral Butler wailo a characteristic speech In which ho scouted tho ldcn that wo should pay this sum out of consideraIf wo nro tions of friendship for llussla to pay this prioq as usury on tho friendship of Russia said Butler we nro paying for it very denr indeed A Good Bargain I remember tbntntonomoment It look cd ns If tho bill to purchase Alaska would bedefeatod It would havofnllod as n puro business proposition for no ono believed tho country wns worth having It was only becnuso Russia hod offered It to us ns n mark of hor friendship nnd becnuso It was feared thnt it would bo exceedingly ungracious in lis to refuse It that tho opposition finally gavo way Goncral Natlmntol Banks was then tho chalrmau of the com inltteo on foreign affairs In the liouso and lie mado n speech which nttractcd great attention Ho pointed out that Rula had been our frlond for n hundred years that nt every step of our history from 1780 to the moment In which ho was speaking Russia had shown her great regard for 18 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Washington Now that thcro Juno Icont Kentucky gentleman ordinarily calm nnd gcntlo of demeanor went to his death in vindication of this arttclo of the codo Every ono will remember tho dread ful tragedy at Lexington Kyn few years ago lu which Colonel Goodloo and Major Swopo killed ono another This tragedy recalled to n frlond of mlno tho other day ono of tho prettiest stories in real Ufa I have heard in n long time A Touching Scene I was nt tho funeral of Colonel Good- Â¬ Bald ho loo Tho colonol had been my A warmer hearted truer gentle- Â¬ frlond man never lived Ho had eight beautiful daughters To them tholr father was tho hew of tho world They worshiped him When Colonel Goodloo lay wounded to death but still conscious tho physicians told tho family thuro was no hopo that tho end would soon come Tho mother and tho eight daughters then showed they wero worthy to bo tho wife nnd chlldron Ono after an of a Kentucky gentleman other they wont up to him bent down over his fa co kissed him warmly and tenderly and withdrew Not ono of them wept Thcro wns no scone no breaking down no fnlntlng At the grave after tho cofiln had btcn lowered tho nine mourners lifted their veils looked down Into tlio opening that was nbout to swallow their hero for ever nnd with sweet sad voices together Thero they rocittd tho Lords Prayer stood silent find motionless till tho earth was heaped upon tho casket and then they strewed flowers upon tho grave No other such sweet sad picture did I ever see Every ono of theso lovely girls with truo Kentucky spirit said sho wns glad their father had defonded his honor oven with his life Colonel Goodloo mot his tuto be cause of tho passing of tho He Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Walter welluan Fauro returned to tho Elysce tho streets along the route where it was known ho would drive wero crowded with peoplo who choered him vociferously The bomb was a clumsily mado affair to which a piroo of fuse was attached and tho fuso was probably lighted by a paper fixed in the end of a stick as soon as tho head of tho procession camo into viow Tho presumption is that nt tho moment tho fuse was lighted tho culprit fled and in any case tho bomb could not have dono much harm In the thicket where tho polico found tho remnants of tho bomb they found also a pistol upon which was cngrarod tho words Mort A Felix Fanro nnd tho names Alsace Lorraine and Cologne Near tho pistol was a small dagger bearing a similar threatening inscription nnd a fow feet away tho polico found a newspaper with a cartoon grossly insulting to tho president This contained an oilensivo Inscription hinting at tho execution of M Fauro Several persons havo stated to tho polico that the moment the explosion occurred a man was seen to run swiftly into tho thicket but reports of this charactor nro likely to bo mere conjecÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ escaped Tho uows of tho attempt spread liko wildfire through tho city and when M It ANNEXATION OF HAWAII Will ISo Ono reaturo of tlio McKlnley r i J- nr - r this country I will novcr forget ono passago of this speech In tho darkest hour of our peril1 said General Banks during tho rebellion when Franco nnd England wero contem- Â¬ plating tho recognition of tho Confederacy tho wholo world was thrilled by tho up peornncu In San Fronolsoo harbor of n fleet of Russian warships and nearly at tho aanio tlmo whether by nccident or do sign n tccond fleet of Russian naval ves sels nppcarod In tho harbor of Now York From that hour Frauco on tho ono hand nnd England on tho other roceded from their position and tho American govern ment rogatned Its position and power Now asked General Banks shall wo flout tho Russian government in every court In Europo ns n mark of our apprecia Â¬ tion for its friendship This speech car rial tho clay Tho bill was passed Alas kn became a part of the Unltod States and Is today as it long has boon a territory from which our peoplo tako every year many timed tho original cost about which so much fuss wns raised in congress That was a en so In which it paid to bo goner Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 14 The annexa tion of Hawaii to 4ho United States will bo ono foaturo of tho MoKinloy administration It is announced that immediately after tho tariff bill passes tho prosident will send to congress a mes sage accompanied by a plan of annexation of Hawaii to tho United States This has bcou undor serious considera- Â¬ tion for BOino timo As to the method the president will pursue in bringing annexation to tho attention of congress it is thought ho will not submit a treaty for ratification by the senate This would roquiro a two thirds voto which might not be secured Ho will more probably send a messago to both houses of congress recommending tho adoption of a joint resolution authorizing tho executivo to effect annexation a conrso very similar to that mod when Texas was annexed In this case howover no wnr would follow ns did that with Moxico after tho nunoxation of Texas Hawaii is a frco and independent nation and if alio wants to becomo a part of the United States and Undo Sam is willing thoro is uono to say her nay Tho joint reso- Â¬ lution will provide for a commission to nrrango all the details of tho annexation Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Washington Juno Administration This attompt on the life of M Faure was mado on tho very spot where Berozowsky tried to shoot tho czar whilo driving to tho military raviow at Long Champs in 1867 and whoro Francois a lunatic flrcd his revolver at M Fauro on July 14 last On his arrival at tho raco conrso JI Fauro was warmly congratulated on his cscapo by tho Grand Duke Zcrgius M Hanotaux and other member of the cabinet Soino of the papers assert that Rous tcaux tho dotoctlvo accidentally saw tho man who threw tho bomb and gran- to hold Elcd with him but was uuablo in tho melco It is rumored tho profect of polico has information connecting the Paris anarchists with tho outrago but it is gen erally believed that tho act was tho act of a mad man rather than that of a conspirator Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ture jured Frank Wehrlo of Columbus O aged 05 years foil down a flight of JO steps at the postofllco building In that city aud died a fow hours aftorwurd frcm tuternal Injuries John Swelgcrt a baker residing at 4S3 West First avenue Columbus O wiw struck by a Iauhaudlo freight train as ho was eroding the trucks In his wagon llv was fatally Injured Mlchal Wagnorof Dclphos O ngod7l was Instantly killed at that city by an eastbound Pittsburg Fort Wayno aud Chicago train No U Ho was riding lu a huggy which was demolished Tho fast eastbound expioss on tho Wabash xallroad ran down and killed Philip Sandoz aged 70 of Wabash Ind as ho was walking on tho track In the western part of the city Mr Sandoz when struck was facing tho engine W J Carroll aged about 50 jeirs was killed by a freight train on thu Cincinnati and Muskingum Vulloy railroad at ltoo vllle O When first seen by the engineer ho was sitting on tho track with his legs across the rails Tho man had born drinking for a fow days aud It Is thought Â¬ tree Klro nt Huntington W Va dostroyed the A K Coxs queeuswaro hoiipn aud general merchandise store Lou IO0tO on stock and 115000 on bulldlug Small insurance on stock and nono on building Origin of flro unknown Kuginecr Jacob Corn of tho Missouri Kansas fc Texas road stopped his train nnd got out of tho cab near St Too Mo Hu thought ho hud killed n child His enllro train passed oor It but ho found It unhurt It had been asleep ou tho trncK While Conductor Cobb aud Dritkemin Mathcny wero attempting to put two coloicd men off a Chosiipcnko uud Ohio freight train near Charleston W Va ono of the negroes bovorcly out tho conductors fuco with a razor nnd tho othor shot thu brukomnu In tho thigh Tho uo grocs wero stealing ildoj aud both escaped Tho turnplko question lu Ourrurd coun tyi Ky i has been temporarily settled by the county lenslug all the pikes In tho county paylug thercforo a sum equal to the amount of toll collected during tho 6iune tlmo lu Oil doduotlng tlieiofrom tho expeuso of collecting Tho stockhold ers of tho various roads will keop them In repair The cost to tlio county Is IJ0O00 Crimen and Cimmltlea Don Harmon aged 40 a patlimt of the lunuu hospital at Athens O from Hocking county was drowned In tho rlvor thero while bathing His body was recovoied An English oicurelon tiotn while on Its way fiom llurmouth to Oldham was de railed at Wolshanipton nenr Oswedoy Nine persons were killed and 5 wore InÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho pcHtufllco at Dellmoio 0 was buglurlzed and money order books tnkou The thieves visited IContou and Lmi and worked off n number of tho ordo s on business min by forging them An unknown mnn deliberately leaped from tlio bridge Hint spans the Ohio at Parkorsburg W Va and wus d owned Later It was said that tho sutoido was William Kitchens of Cincinnati lliuhrod Kelch tlio wife murderor pojdol guilty to murder In tlio second degree nt Cleveland aid was soutcliocd to life Impi Iionment At a provlouj trial ho was convicted of murder In tho lrjt do tholr Ultimate Victory and Say All Thoy Nood is Arms They Havo MEN IN 30000 THE 1 rIELD it was In i A Queitlou of Caste John W Foster formerly secrotnry of state but now our special commissioner to England for tho purposo of trying to ssvosomo of Undo Sams valuable prop erty in Alaska tho seal life onco told me a queer story about Li Hung Chang It appears thnt whon tho groat Chinese states man was wounded by a pistol shot nt the hands of a Japnneso fnnntlo H Hung Chang wni so mortified that ho wnntcd to commit suicide Ho had himself dona nothing disgraceful but his person had bees touohed in violence by tho hand of a low caste man In tho traditions of tho Tho noblo orientals this is disgraceful who a thus tainted wants to dloli-ordcr-twipe the stainjMmyrltwas necessary fn iimirHysfo watch the aged statesman to wako euro that ho did himself no harm Mr Foster and others labored with him to ONvinoe Mm how foolish wan the no Mn thai because miscreant had attempt tfMiUitt he should feel knmttaetl and ttMNMmd 14 Hung Chang nWy rccov as welt as mm horn the hurt to his turn the injury to his person imtm thing like this Wca prevails In our ssm aouatry Down n Kentucky where HrtlHTrrfl Mass of personal honor and well cMUr obtain to this day Hinoug thoone la Mm aw thai Is a feeling that CUsgHKMd l aa enemy touch hint with An affront of this sort Is never hat baud forgiven An elaboration of the same idea If fotusd In the Kentucky code which re- Hp- i the We to tw avensKHl in Wood is not as strong now as mm only a verr Â¬ Â¬ otw Wamiinqton Juno 14 The Indian ofllco has recolved from Captain S touch tho agent of tho Tongue River reserva tion a detailed report of tho recent troubloat the post resulting from tho arrest of tho Indian Stanley for tho murdor of settler Hoover Tho report was supplemented by a telegram fctat iug that Yollow Hair and Snm Crow accomplices of Stauloy hud bcou ar-Â¬ rested uud delivered to tho civil authorities He adds that tho Indians aro now quiet and at their homes Captain Stouchs report indicates that tlio tronblo was largely caused by tho conflict between tho state civil authorities and the federal officers Whilo not a shot was tired thero was fear at ono time that trouble would bo proclpitatod if tho sheriff and his posso wero allowed to take tho murderor Captain Stouch decliued to give him up in rcipouso to the demands of tho sheriff uud succeed ed in avoiding a possible conflict Tho yoaiig bravo who was accusod of the murder had declined to surrender nudsont word to the ageupy that ho would light ut 8 oclock After tho In Â¬ dian custom ho decked himself in war dress and took station on a hill near tho agency buildiugs sending in his chal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ INDIAN TROUBLE ENDED Diplomacy of the Government Agent Was All Tint Averted Trouble In Montana negroes in tho cxtrumo northwestern portion of Kemper county A negro man named Sibley while crazy drunk on blind tiger whisky seoured n gun and started out to kill overy porsou ho met The first ho camo across hap pened to bo flvo negroes three women and two children Tho 11 cud shot thorn dowu and loft them doad whoro they fell Ho also shot at six other negroes who narrowly escaped As soon as tho bloody work of Sibley Was discovered tho most iutcuso excite ment prevailed and a mob was organSibloy ized to lynch the murderer took to tho woods carrying his shotgun with him and at last accounts tho mob had surrounded him uud a bloody light was imminent Word comes from DcKalb that the sheriff of Kemper county has gouo to tho sceuo with a largo posso Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ STARTED OUT TO KILL A Drunken Negro KI1U rive Others and Shoots at Six Store Meridian Miss Juno 14 Nows has just reached here of tho murder of live a caso of dcllborato suicide tho bottling department of tho Clurksvlllo Ice factory of Clarkhvllle Tenu two largo drums containing carbonated gas exploded killing Goorgs Sick and Gcorgo Muufoid boys it god about 13 assistants In the bottling works badly Injuring Manager J C Mattlll killing a horso and considerably damag ing tho pluut Â¬ Â¬ Iallurvs Tho Paine Shoo company of Holbrook Mns has assigned to Charlos V Hall of The company was ono of the Ilostou largest lu Holbrook A receiver has bion appointed for tho jowelry firm of Hofman Brothers of Bit ayrus O nud a receiver was uskud for tho Oallon Bicycle Couplor company of Gal ion O to adjust differences In tho Arm Tho Vose Edgo Finishing company manufacturers of shoe machinery and wood working tools of Lynn Moss has assigned to Ferdinand A Wyman of Huston Tho ossots are unknown but tho liabilities ae placed at tTSCOJ Â¬ BLOODY WORK A Jealous Man Stays III Wire and Her Grandmother Columbia S 0 Juno 12 Nows has just reached hero of tho murder of Ma Â¬ tilda Ncal and her aged grandmother Mary Jonkius by Thomas Neal Mati- Â¬ Koal ldas husband near Bascombvillo became iiitensoly jealous of his wife bo canso of attentions paid hor by her cousin She fled to her grandmothers liouso for protoctiou Her husband watched tho houso and believing ho heard a mans volco within no burst tho door down With an ax ho brained both Mrs Neal and her grandmother and flrcd two shots into tho older womans body Theu ho flrcd tho house aud negroes say sat and watched it burn Elijuh Jonkius lenge had tho aged grandfather Captain Stouch called the head men crawled under the house mcantimo NeÂ¬ to escape together and told them that ho would groes rescued him in time Neal is still not allow the dnel but that they must compol tho bravo to surrender A largo at largo REPRIEVE FOR DURANT number of Indians had gathered and in tho opinion of tho agent it was pos Â¬ The Exeoutloa Delayed Una Month by sible that a right might incite them to Order of Gorernor Hudd take a hand Several days afterward San Francisco June 11 A ropriove Stauloy submitted to arrest and was looked up in the reservation jail It was grauted Theodore Daraut yesterday was theu that the sheriff demanded bW aiitll July 9 Governor Bsdds decision custody and threatened to have Cap Â¬ to grant the reprieve was matte in order tain Stouch arrested for taterferettoe to settle whether the federal courts bo The Indian was finally tamed ore to allowed to review the state courts da the sheriff and taken to Miles City supreme court of Captain Stouoh conclude bis report etsious Should the with the recommendation that two the state uphold the governor lu deoUl troops of cavalry bo stationed at the in that the federal courts can not lu agency as the settler an la a disturbed tarfera tho aieoatioa will takeplaoe state and the poajette f aha sokliaw Guwaaikor stacat hsusU that tkehftkawa Â¬ that Billy Brady who unsuccessfully attempted to pull off tho Maher and Sharkoy light on Wednesday night is making arrangements to havo tho samo lighters moot in tho west It is stated horo ou good authority that Brady 14000 for has offorcd n purso of a light to a finish between Maher aud Sharkoy somewhero in tho vicinity of The date of raeotlug Carson City probably will bo lato in August or Sep tember Sharkoy will loavo on Wednes Â¬ day next for a trip to Ireland whoro ho expects to remain about three wcoks Coat Mlno Bcstrored by Vire Tehub Hautis Ind Juno 14 The bituminous coal mlno of tho Torrey Company of Chicago near Clinton was Fifteen burned yesterday aftoruoou men wero in tho mlno at tho timo but The mine is completely all escaped destroyed Loss placed at 50000 with Â¬ ngod 7d Ho loivos six Fornlcuf Ky children Jiimes Wilcox a traveling man for n mineral water Arm of Saratoga N Y was found dead In his room at the Gait Doath wus duo to House In LouUvllle apoploxy Benjamin F Nichols a retired carpou tor M years old while riding a blcyclo In Goodnlo park Columbus was oUod with apoploxy fell from hli wheel and expired before assUtance could bo audured Maher and HharCejr to Meet Airalu New Yokk Juno 12 It is announced Ileatlu Matt Worthlngton a farmer died at 112000 insurance New Yoitic Juno 1 Among the passengers who landed in Now York Saturday on tho steamer Va lencia from Cuban ports via Nassau N P was Dr H W Danforth of Mil waukee Wis who for tho past 15 mouths has been tho pcrboual physician of tho president of tho Cuban ropublio Salvador Cisnoros tho marquis of Santa Lucia Tho doctor is in tho United States on a six mouths leavo of nbsence having loft Cuba ou May 20 in a 10 foot boat for tho island of New Providence After much suffering and exposuro ho reached Nassau aud thcro awaited tho arrival of tho Valencia According to Spanish report Presi dent Cisueros died in Fobruary last and this nows was gomi ofllcially confirmed in March last But Dr Danforth was with tho president as lato as April 0 hist and had in his possession a letter which ho showed to tho representative of tho Associated Press dated April 2 from tho president The latter is not only not dead but when Dr Danforth left him ho was full of quiet enthusiasm nud animated by tho most confident feoling for the eventual success of tho Cuban causo Dr Danforth was asked to express an opinion as to the numerical strength of tho Cuban insurgents being informed that lato advices from Cuba placed tho number at 8000 men Ho said It is difllcult if not impossible to nrrivo at a correct estimate But yon can say that Cubans for a rertainty havo at least 110000 to 35000 today armed and in good shape Tho Cubans have not been idle dnr ing tho last live years they having boon importing arms and ammunition right along Iu brief tho Cubans nro fight ing n despcrato fight aud aro iu a good condition to coutluuo it Tho Spanish nro also engaged in a desperalo contest but thoy aro exhausted or almost so I certainly think tho Cubans will succeed not bv reason of numerical strength for tho Spaniards havo about 150000 men in the field but thcro is no question but that tho Cubans will ulti mately win All their leaders aro sworn not to glvo up until thoy are all dead Thoy uro bound by oath to flght until tho lost aud thoy will do so As to Spanish atrocities what do you know of thorn of your own personal knowlcdgo Dr Danforth was asked Tho position which I occupied with tlio insurgent forces noccssarily precluded my obtaining personal knowledge of tho atrocities complained of But of the roports recoived at headquar Â¬ ters thero is absolutely no doubt of their existence I remember one littlo incident It was last Septombcr Somo 3000 or 4000 Spanish soldiers had been sent to reliovo Cascarro Iu tho fight which followed tho Spanish column killed among others an insurgent captain Ho wus to havo boon promoted tho next day to tho rank of major Whon we becured his body it was a Completely covered horriblo sight with bayonet wounds and machoto cuts hacked and stabbed with tho most hor- Â¬ riblo and unnecessary cruelty But from good sources 1 navo heard nud feol justified iu asserting that men women nud children have been most outrageously treated by tho Spaniards in nearly all tho devastated parts of Cuba Their homes havo been burned their proporty destroyed aud they havo been rolegated to Woylers zones of protection zouos of starvation is what thoy should bo termed What in your opinion will bo the noxt stops taken by tho Spaniards in Cuba It is difllcult to answer that ques- Â¬ tion But it is to be presumed that Weyler will continue wandering about tho island certifying to the pacification of tho provinces According to roports ourrent iu tho islaud when I left tliore Weyler will bo recalled aud Campos will bo tho mau who will succeed him aud ho will bo instructed broadly to do tho best ho can under tho circumstances It is a shamo continued Dr Dan Â¬ forth with energy that United Stntes citizens aro not more thoroughly proAs for tho Spaniards why tected thoy shoot first and inquire after as to tho standing of tlio men American or Cuban and then they say ho was bhot by his owu frieuds When I loft tho president and his party they wero all filled with hopo and trusting in tho United Statos Should Most tho United Statos iutervcuo emphatically yes y hopo that tho United I sincere States will Son decido to recognizo tho bolligorcnoy of tho Cubans How would that assist thom Why by giviug tho Cubans tho right to float their bonds and by compelling tho Spaniards to treat thoir prisoners with somo show of consideration If the Cubans wero recognized as belliger Â¬ ents any Cuban taken prisoner would havo n clianco to be treated as a pris oner of war What is tho present condition of the Cuban insurgents Thoir condition is satisfactory It is truo thoy aro hard pressed In tho Iiroviticos ou account of want of rations whole thoy are doing very well In Santiago do Cuba thoro aro no cattlo but plonty of vegetables and iu tho province of Puorto Principe thero is an abundance of cattlo and no vege Â¬ tables Iu Santa Clara on tho othor hand thcro is plenty of everything aud tho samo holds good with tho provinces of Matauzni and Havana Iu Pinar del Itio thero aro uo cattlo at nil only vege Â¬ tables How As to arms and ammunition aro tho Cubans situated in that re Â¬ spect Thoy still want arms and ammuni- Â¬ tion aud waut thorn yory badly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Important fitTUustcrihg expedition is be ing organized on tho coast of Florida and asks that steps bo taken by tho gov ernment to frustrato it No particulars wero given bo that tho only action that could bo taken by tho department was to communicate this information to all collectors and mastors of tho patrol fleet on tho Florida coast with instructions to bo ou tho alert to prevent tho do parturo of any expcditlou This has been dono by telegraph It dovclopcd later that tho department Dfi has specific information of tho shipment of nrms and ammunition for what promises to bo ouo of tho most import- Â¬ ant filibustering expeditious for several months A carload of arms left Jackson villo Friday morning by Florida East Coast railroad and passed near Smyrna southbound A second car- Â¬ load of rifles and dynamite left Jacksonville Saturday morning on tho regu Absolutely Pure lar freight train for tho probablo pur poso of being transferred to somo vessel Celebrated for lis Rreit leavrning urenElh and AtMires on tho east coast probably tho yacht ifilthfuW udullrrjlion the food aeaimt alum and somnton lo the cheap brands Valusla which has been engaged to nil formi cf JOVAL HAKINO roUDER CO NEW YOKK transfer theso munitions from tho rail ways to tho vessel destined for Cuba It is probablo tho vessel which will ro granf can not Do got lb tno sunercrs do ccivo these arms will not como close to youd certain parts owing to sections shoro mado impassablo by swollen rivers GENERAL LEES RESIGNATION Along the route to smaller towns num of bodies lay decomposing It Has Hern In the Presidents Hand Ever berssky was black with vultures whilo tho Since the llmueuratlon HIM SANE JURY BELIEVED Havana Juno 14 General Leo when shown a Washington dispatch to Charles N Cunningham Found Guilty of tho effect that J Frank Aldrich of IlForgery at Cleveland linois would shortly bo appointed to Clfvfland Juno 11 Charlos N succeed him as consul general hero ex- Cunningham was found guilty in tho pressed no surprise criminal court yesterday of forging tho General Leos resignation has been in namo of Jndgo E T Hamilton to n President McKinleys hands siuco tho check for 75000 Strenuous efforts now administration first camo into power Ho has continued at his post were made to provo that ho was insane at tho request of Secretary Sherman iu at tho timo ho committed tho crimo order to givo President McKiuloy timo Tho claim mado was that years ago an to more carefully consider the question indentation was mado in his skull by n of tho appointment of his successor fall from a horso His attorneys sent Unless previously relieved General Leo him to a hospital nnd had part of tho will probably return to Virginia upon skull removed during tho pendenoy of leavo next month Vico Consul Springor tho present caso but it availed nothing remaining in charge with tho jury Cunningham was sent to tho peniten Â¬ Iincstlcato Cuban Anitlrs tiary a number of yoars ago for a Madhid Juno 14 At a meeting of swiudlo perpetrated at Yonkers N V the dissident conservatives Saturday Died of Lockjaw Seuor Sllvcln tho leader of tho party Makiox O June 11 Mrs Georgo declared that tho Canovas ministry had Klinglo near Waldo died of lockjaw signed tho death warrant of parlia Ho earnestly tho result of a blow received about threo mentary government advocated an investigation into tho real weeks ago Her husband struck at a stato of affairs in Cuba tho creation of oow with n club but missed and struck a colonial army and tho dovelopmont his wife in tho faco of tho material interests of tho islaud Another Daughter as well as a reform in its army St Peteusbuho Juno 11 Tho czar- Â¬ ALL ON BOARD LOST ina has just been delivered of a daughThe Derelict Schooner Ocncral hlslln ter at tho Poterhoff Tho first child of their majesties born Nov 3 1805 is Towed Into Sitka also a daughter the Grand Duchess Pour Townsesd Wash Juuo 11 Olga Tlio steamer City of Topcka has just arrived from Alaska Whilo sho was at DEAD Sitka tho rovenne cutter Corwiu towod WIDELY KNOWN TURFMAN in tho derelict schooner General Siglin Ilyron McClelland Tassc Away at Ills Home In Lexington ICy which was wrecked whilo en routo from Sau Francisco to Onnalaska aud from Lexinotox Ky Juno 12 Byron McClelland tho widely known turfman which all on board wero lost Only ouo bpdy was found ou the died at his homo in this city at 8 oclock son of last night Ho was takon with a con schooner that of a Manager Grccnliold of tho Alaska Comgestivo chill at Latonia hist Saturday mercial company who with his wife was brought hero stricken blind ou and thrco children sailed on tho ill Monday later his left lung becamo confated steamer from San Francisco It is thought all on board were drowned gested producing pneumonia which beforo leaving the scliooncr and that was tho immediate causo of his death Mr McClelland was born in Lox thoir bodies were afterward washed out as all tho ports and hatches wero ington and was 45 years of ago Whilo a boy ho was a jockey but was forced to open dlscontiuuo riding on account of his 000 iu gold was A bag containing found on the steamer Tho Siglin wns weight Ho took chargo of a string of nearly under water when found but is horses iu 1878 from which timo hisÂ¬ turf career dates Ho has been eminent very littlo damaged ly successful leaving an estate of 350 ASSAULTED AND ROBBED 000 Ho was married about 13 years ago to Miss Sallio Smith who survives Nluo Masked Men Hob a Farm Itesldcuce him Near IMasslllon O Good Strike In OU Nino Juno 14 Massillov O Alexandria Ind Juno 13 Success masked men entered the frm rcsidenco of tho Bonder family two and a half attendod tho shooting of tho Black miles west of this city at 11 oclock at Harmon oil well in tho Bert Carver leaso in tho heart of this city Mr night during a terrific thunderstorm aud robbed them of betweon fU000 and Black states that tho well will flow 400 4000 After having gained an en- Â¬ barrols ovory 24 hours and it will prob Â¬ is figuro trance thoy alarmed tho family by loud ably roach a higher Tho oil asisit of conflno iucroasiug cries of tire Tho family sprang from stantly and freo from salt water Tho thoir beds and ran down stairs rilling of two other wells will beglu at Mrs Klcksccker tho housekeeper 100 yards radius was tho first to reach tho sceuo aud ouco within was knocked insensible bound aud PENSION PAYMENTS SUSPENDED gagged as wero tho othor members of Not Lnough Money Available to ray the the family all of whom aro aged people Old Veterans At tho pomt of a revolver tho robbers Pirrsuuiia Juuo 13 An order camo forced tho eldest son to tell whero tho money was kept After securing the yestorday from Washington to Captain booty tho robbers drovo hastily away G W Skinner the local pension agent A sistor suffered a uervonB shock and to suspend payment of all certificates doubts of her recovery aro entertained ou hand until next month when it is ex famIne and plague pected tho deficiency bill will bo passed by congress Captain Skinnor had ou The Number of Deaths In China Is Ap hand 11000 which he was using to palling certificates not yet cashed but Vancouveu B 0 Juno 11 Advices pay thobeen ordered to sond this money ho has Empress of Japan say by tho steamer In Now York for uso to The fatality from famiuo and plague in in tho subtreasury moro urgent business China is appalling Tho famino north Captain Skinner says tho only penaud east of Szechuan is causing many sions that v ill bo aflcotcd aro tho new doaths A travolcr who has just re ones Theso will havo to wait as ho turned from thero reports having seen will soud out no moro certificates until Tho ho gets orders from Washington numbers of dead bodies lying about un attended to In ouo largo town half regular quarterly payments will bo duo tho population had perished from starv- Â¬ iu July and theu money will bo avail Â¬ able but unless tho deficiency bill is ation Tlio government has Bout 120000 iiassod there will still bo somo who will Bionics of rico bx way of relief but havo to wait Â¬ Â¬ mi POWDER 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WwkWKBS WBKSLmKw PRESIDENT KKU0ER AT HOMK hh th Traaavaal has agile JJUJWs evident UU The aborn uwtura is from a laetaa sluraiag rusUWat KrafM UU presain Beat sUtsmiB as U to at hwae he canyasmeu were at work on the big tout of the Singling eiroos yesterday the center pole was struck by Ufhtsiutf Charles Wattsn and Charles itkdth were killed by tit shook aud four other Two Olreiu Mea XUUd br LlgUulf While Wahppton N D June 1 Oite of Wasmivoton June 14 The treasury department baa received by referetvM from the secretary of teat a oomutulc tio from the Spanish minister to the ssTsrt thai ha mi lafmmiiliM iha att FILIBUSTERING EXPEDITION the Me Impertaat Tar Several Meatk About to Depart Vow Cub jlin the V - tS mx mSm aww PllWPPSff raBRBOKRNRIDGEl Breckenridge fa D AV 0 wwswwTwim H1 y vi fjr HE1W OIaOYBRPORT KY News and FroprUtra 10 L HARDINSBURG H Battagt Edllon W TIME TABLE WEDNESDAY JUNK 1897 soma Fmngr hit SIX PAGES DEMOCRATIC TICKET IOR CtEUK COUHT OK AIlEALSi Dally arr UardlniWf 727 am soma wiit Fancwtr lially arr llardlDibargil SS pm Itoeco Eskridgo thinks of moving to mado some farther disclosures to the effect that ho had a gold mlno on his farm In Meado county and for which he bad been offered ninety million dol- Â¬ lars by New York parties As soon as be could close this deal he said he in Â¬ tended to build a railroad to Chicago Call another coynentlon and put sliver on tho free list Mr Cain can bo comÂ¬ Depression A LONG FELT WANT SUPPLIEDI of Spirits A MONEY SAVER so common In summer time accompanied by loss of energy lack of thought power means a deficient supply of nourish- Â¬ ment The vital force Is lost It Isnt aquestlon of muscle and sinew but of resistance and endurance At any age but especially In youth It Involves the risk of lung disease Loss of flesh and a cough are threat- Â¬ ening signs IS Ekron Miss Irene Board Is at home from litis Bollvllle Ky municated with at Ekron it he doesnt turn up at Hopklnsville A Loving- - Tributo to a Dear Mother On May 0 189 the Lord saw fit to take to Himself anotlur dear mother Mrs Christine Payne wife of James Payne She was eighty one years two months and sixteen days old and had been a member of the Cumberland Pres Â¬ byterian church for about sixty one All who knew her loved her for years she hail ono of the sweetest dispositions I ever knew A relative said bo hnir known her for fifty years and had never seen her the least out of humor A few days before her sickness she spoke of how she had always trusted the dear Savior and eald that she was only wait Â¬ ing for liim to call her liomt She seem Â¬ ed so lonely after the death of her hus band who died October 20 1800 All wadono for her that lovlm hands could do but we could not keep her so with trusting hearts we look up and say Thy will not ours be done The Lord givetli and the Lord taketh away She had six sons two daughters and quite a number of grand children with other relatives to mourn tholr loss Her remains were taken to the Baptist church where Bro Jtutledge preached almost excellent funeral discourse then followed by a large crowd of friends she was buried by the side of her husband in the Hill cemetery near Stephensport to await the resurrection day A loving daughter-in-laMrs S It Payne Â¬ 8 iiai-i-VjiwSjujsSsiM- B A MONEY MAKER ROGERS SAM SHACKELFORD lOlt CIRCUIT JUDOE JUDGE T It McBBATH FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTOKNBVl WEED S CIIELP IOR STATE SUNAIOK ELIJAH ASHCRAFT FUSION TICKET FOR llKIIttAKNTATlVK I J II LENNIN FOR COUNTV IUURK W E MTNOlt KOIltOONTV CIHHKi Roland Smith Stcphcnnport was here last Saturday Mr Allen Stitb of Meade county was hero last Saturday Prof Roberts and family have moved back to Meade county Supoilutcndcnt Driskcll has received money for tho teachers MlssMaudo Iulllam of Lcitchfleld is visiting Miss Eva Heston The Barnes hotel looks much ed with its new coat of paint GW BUNCHER i AND SEED SAVER WILL DO IT improv- Â¬ Â¬ AM HARDIN KV of Cod liver Oil with the hypo FOR COUNTY ATTORN GUS BROWN RS J IOR CIRCUIT CIKIlKi SKILLMAN 1011 JAIIBR IOR SlIHItlfl RICHARD OWEN D Guill of Custer sold his tobac co in Louisville last week at 10 60 and 5590 John Cook of Custer sold a lot of to bacco in Louisville last week at a good profit Â¬ BEELER IOR ASSRSSOIt I am still repairing watches clocks jewelry silverware and spectacles T O Lewis phosphites meets these cases It tones up fattens perfectly and strengthens In Scotts Emulsion the taste of the oil Is fully disguised making It almost as palatable as milk Rcott REV GEO E MORRIS FOR SUPT SCHOOLS For tale at too and lion by all drninctata c and get it while BOWHI Mfr Chamlita New Vor for mowing be attached to any mownr in a few minutes It costs nbont our fourth as much as a table rake and adds very little to the draft of tho mow r It will bunch any short grass or grain that is desired to be loft in Duncht s or wind rows It is made of RDrinir steel and malleable iron and will last a lifetime Every well stocked farm BbouldJ havo one It will more than pay for itself in the bunching of five acres of clover Wo are also headquarters for McCormlck Binders and mowers and can get you any repair you want Hay Rakes Spring wagons Buggies and in fact any tool or Implement needed on tho farm It will pay you to lnvestigite our prices before buying elsowhero Choice Mammoth Pearl Seed Potatoes 10000pounds ofBlnder Twine very low Be quick iQgmmHi it lasts THIS is An attachment that can -- An Honr With Kentucky Editors Judging from the comments of the STEPHENSPORT trRimxyac2atra state press the efforts of tho officers of HC JOLLY tho Kentucky Press Association and I OK CORONER Deferred from last week the great preparations of tho people of LEE BISHOP L B McCubbins went to Hardinsburg Â¬ Middlesboro aro making for their enter tainment many of the editors are going Sunday IlEPUHLICAN TICKET to attend tho meeting There is no Godfrey Haswell Hardinsburg was in There are no strings to tho guarantees we give you Wo IOR REPRESENTATIVE question but that their trip will bo a town Sunday JOHN P HASWELL JR plainly toll you what to oxpect from every purchase most delightful one especially the two Dr D Whito went to Tobinsport and IOR COUNTY JUDCE and Bhift all tho responsibility from your shoulders to days spent in Middlesboro for as a sum- Â¬ Cloverport last week WM AHL ours We giyo you the fullest measure of protection mer resort that mountain city has few FOR COUNTY CLHRK Wm Kelsey Cincinnati is visiting equals in tho mountains The officers Mr and satisfy our customers in overy Instance regardless OWEN CUNNINGHAM Wm Pettit and family of the Press Association have marked of money loss We want you to look up to this as the FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY J F Jenkins Louisville is a guest at out a very interesting itinerary It is R N MILLER model grocery store and trado hero with the feeling that the Smith Houso this week given as follows in full IOR CIRCUIT CLERK youre running no risk This is a store with n past a Bessie Anspaugh Rome was tho Miss Thursday Juno 17 8 30 a m leave SHERMAN BALL past that will bear tho keenest scrutiny Louisville Union station Tenth and guest of Mrs J W Jarrctt Sunday FOR SHERIFF Mrs Barney Gilliland Preston was Broadway over Louisville Nashville V B BURTON visiting Mrs Lee Dowell a few days last Knoxville branch arriving at MiddlesI OR JAILER i boro at 0 p m Dinnor at Junction City week GUS SHELLMAN 8 30 p m reception at en routo Mr and Mrs Jas Stephens and daugh- Â¬ I OR ASSESSOR Hotel Middlesboro ter Brook of Holt attended church here JOHN II COMER Friday June 188 a m business Sunday IOR SUPKRINTINIKNT SCHOOLS BffiffiffifflflBtBffiffifflfflg meeting and election of officers at Li- Â¬ Mrs Thos Brodio and Miss Maggie ANDREW DRISKELL brary Hall 11a m escort committee Brodie of Chonault were In town shop Â¬ FOR SURVEYOR will take the association on a ping Saturday CHINTZ ROYALTY journey starting from tho Belt Line FOR CORONER Miss Blanche Grant of Hazel Dell depot and visiting tho various industrial JOHN SPENCER was in town Sunday tho guest of her plants including tho United States aunt Mrs G W Payno Leather Companys tannery Watts The Millers say new wheat will start II S English Jr and Miss Mattio iron furnaces Holiday Stove Works off at 05 cents Every dollar spent in your home store Milner Union Star were guests of Mr Middlesboro Machine Works and coal adds to the development of the home mining in full operation 1 p m lunch and Mrs R W Vaughn Sunday ndustrics It helps the growth of the There is mighty little comes of preachMr and Mrs Sam Reynolds aud chil- Â¬ con will bo served at the New South ing unless you practice what you preach town by helping the growth of the in- Â¬ Brewing and Ice Companys plant dren of Rome Ind were visiting Mrs dividual for we are all more or less Reynolds parents Mr and Mrs II Lay 2 p in business meeting at Fern Lake dependent upon each other The great It is claimed that the demand for new 3 pm fishing and boating on Fern Lake Sunday trade centers pay tribute to the big wheat no matter what the price may be tackle baltetc will bo furnished every The school trustee election which was stock We aie keeping careful track will be the largest ever known on the one tine fishing guaranteed Naptha held here Saturday resulted in tho elec of your wants and constantly adding opening of a new crop season launches at tho disposal of the party tion of Messrs L R Adkisson J B to the stock to meet them Now dont 7 p m dinner at the hotol 0pm Biggs and S R Payne fail to give me a call All manner of Coin Harvey made a speech in Louis ball at Hotel Middlesboro luncheon produce taken in exchange for goods Mrs F O Perry and little son Francis ville last week but it didnt seem to at served Miller arrived from Henderson last tract much notice Harvey as a speaker During tho entire stay at Middles- Â¬ week to spend tho summer with Mrs ami writer nppears to be on the wane boro carriages saddle horses bicycles Ferrys parents Mr and Mrs E II Clifton Mills ky with escorts will be provided for tho Miller Thk National Democrats want to run a visitors to take side trips Mrs Amanda Smith and daughter candidate for Clerk of the Court of Ap Saturday Juno 108 a m leave for Miss Addelle who havo been visiting peals To this end they are making an WEST POINT Knoxville Train will stop for Cumber- Mr and Mrs R A Smith for somo time clljrt to get a quorum together July 10 land Gap giving the association ample returned to their home at Hardinsburg Mr Wood our favorite night operator opportunity to take in tho sights about Saturday Tiikv are laving a firht over tho Tariff is back with us again Pinnacle Mountain bill in the Senate with some voting as Rev Will English of tho Baptist Sem Â¬ to me Mrs Will and Campbell Taylor of Arrivo at Knoxville 11 a m View For All at Prices that will aston- Â¬ the interest of their particular section Beard Mrs C L Beard Mrs James inary Louisville filled Rev J B Hunts Louisville spent Sunday at home with ish you Alberta Drury is visiting relatives at principal points of interest in Knoxville regular appointment Gardner Mrs V G Babbago and Miss at the Baptist their parents uemamls and not as directed by their Depart for Chattanoogi 410 p m Brandenburg Tula Daniel will go to Hawcsville to at- Â¬ party church hero Sunday Mr English is a Miss Bessio Long and nelce little Jes- Â¬ A Beautiful assortment at great- Â¬ tend the annual meeting of the Womans The Leuguo held devotional services over Southern railway Stephensport boy and wo are always ly reduced figures Sunday June 20 The entire day will glad sie Parish of Owensboro aro visiting Foreign Missionary Society which con Sunday night to havo him preach for us ImatnuNT MeKinley made a trip to bo spent in sightseeing at Chattanooga Dr and Mrs W E Crutch er venes there next Saturday Hail to Childrens Day Nearly every Nashville last week to visit the exposiJ Lookout Mountain Chickamaugua etc West Point is becoming quite a sum- Â¬ For 100 per bbl Owen Robblns church celebrates it uon lie passed through Lexington and 7Lieensed to mnrry Walls Hawkins Monday June 21 Depart for Nash- Â¬ Undertakers Supplies and can other points in tills Stale and great to Eliza M Jolly E S Mcfeo to Jennie The young people met Wednesday to ville oyer the Nashyllle Chattanooga Tho wedding of a handsome and popu- mer resort about 0 persons havo already furnish hearse Mullen Clovis Walls to Mary A Haw- Â¬ practice Eongj for the Convention crowds were at the stations to see him lar young couple took place at tho reel secured board for tho summer When you want to drive re St Louis railroad at 8 a m kins John 0 Willett to Mrs Annie M Messrs G R Peak Huroert Long and lnomber me donee of Mr Caleb Hawkins Now Beth School teachers outnumber the Bchools Arrive at Nashvlllo 1 50 p m Sun Â¬ Tub price of tobacco is advancing Stewart S W Pate to Leali E Payne beyond comfort and convenience both to Visit tho exposition in a body i p m el Tuesday ovening June 8 at fivo Marion Ruttertf Louisville spent corn is in good demand at fifty cents a Henry W Cashman to Lillie S Avitt themselves and trustees oclock tho bride being the accomplish- Â¬ day at the lwome of Dr W E Oruteher Visit Vanity Fair 8 p m Farmers bring in your Produce bushel wheat is Arm at seventy five Warren Burnett to Efflio Bowman Mrs AVill Crutcher and MIbs Bess Tuesday June 22 Visit Vanderbilt and ed daughter of the house MIbs Mamie Morris Jolly of Irvlngton was the will pay Louisville quotations and hogs and cattle uro out of sight Mr Mac Avltt was here last Friday Hawkins and tho groom Mr Clovis Long spent several days last week with guest of his grandparents Mr and Mrs Fisko Universities State Capitol and Now what baa tho farmer got to com Â¬ He has just returned from school at Val- Â¬ Mrs James Ricketts of Long Branch Walls Bon of Mr and Mrs Leo Walls of omer points oi interest a a m T J Jolly several days last week and mtoey Habits plain about paraiso Indiana Ho and Mr Harman Ky near Sample Visit Bollo Meado 2 p m cured at homo with If any one finds any Golden Rod will be applicants for the public school out pain uook of par-The ceremony in a very Impressive Wednesday June 23 Visit the Her-Â¬ The circus has come and gone like Â¬ items wandering about please take po tlculan Bent FKEE Mil E C Babbage local editor of the here again this fall We hope thoy may wise several 910 bills that the boys mitage MWOOMKY tLU tho home of Gen Andrew manner was performed by Bro Duggins auMiM uhto colMWfrjoTac be successful as they cave verv caneral session and return to the right place of Harned News will take in the Press Convention thought they saw under the little Jackson Our congratulations are to Mrs Enfield Owing to their large circle of friends shell this week at Mlddlesboro Returning home members may leayo the Nash satisfaction to the patrons last year Shacklett whose baby boy is a treasure ille Exposition and other points of She Has 177 Descendants Nashville for homo any tlmo they do- - and the inability to entertain them all Mr EJgar McMurtrys little daughter The directors of the Breckenridge boyond the power of words to express interest in the South It is bis first Normal College mot last week and de Â¬ From The Philadelphia Itecord sire Transportation must be arranged tho wedding was rather a private affair of Vine Grove while visiting here last All honor to the Republican young for return trip before leaving outing with the press gang and wo com cided to employ new teachers for the en Du Bois Pa June 4 Seven hundred their there being but twenty one of tholr near- Â¬ week received quite a painful Injury by lady who belongs to tho B V It O at homes except over theL mend him to their tender mercies peoplo attended the one hundreth birth Â¬ N railroad est relatives add friends who witnessed falling and fracturing her noso Buing collego term Prof E 0 Crabbo is Cloverport May she be able to do mis- Â¬ day anniversary of Mrs Beck of Burn Annual Dues Each momber must the ceremony an applicant for the position Prof We regret the giving up of ono of our The bride looked her sweetest in an The Hardinsburg post office seems to Crabbe is now in Missouri but desires to sionary work remit 1 for annual dues before cer- Â¬ beat citizens Mr William Crute He side township Clearfield county on ecru novelty trimmed in silk and lace A large crowd from our vicinity attend- Â¬ tificates will bo issued be banging lire somewhere The an get back to Hardinsburg Ho taught a will go to Bardstown the 1st of July and Wednesday She was the mother of Hotels Arrangements nouncement was mado several weeks very successful school here several years ed the Childrens Day services at Guston havo been and carried a bouquet of whito roses go in the hardware and furniture busi- Â¬ six children and has thirty threo grand- Â¬ The groom looked his best in a suit of Sunday and some of our folks went to made for reduced rates at Middlesboro ago that tho appointment had been given ago children 130 great grandchildren and ness Big Spring therefore our Sunday School Knoxville Chattanooga and Nashville conventional black two to Mr Kinchelo- - but there are no ad living For fear ol some misunderstanding on is complete and wo Our new depot The carriages wero awaiting and im Â¬ was in a very deplete condition vices that it has been acted upon That In tho latter city good rooms may be bad account of Mr Kiucbeloe closing out feel very proud of it as it is one of the office is a very desirable allco of pie and Mr B F llussell has a vocal music at prices rangng from 60 cents to 1 mediately following tho coremony the nicest on Mr Isiac Hornor proprietor of the his jewelry business I wish to havo it the road betweon Loulsvlllo bridal party drove to tho resldenco of Meals may be had at hotels and restur while the cards seem to be fixed for Kin understood class at this place First lesson Satur Â¬ Burton House Burton W Va and one I am not closing out my ants at usual rates No advance prices the grooms parents whore a reception and Paducah It Is lighted by fourteen of the most widely known men in the cheloe there are others who aro yet try repair shop but will do all repairs in my day June 12 Mr Itussell taught sing Â¬ was given An elaborato supper was gas nguis anu wnen lit up is simply a state was 1 per day ing to overturn him cured of rheumatism after line as heretofore Bring mo your work ing for us a number of years ago and is Middleaboro hotels served In Mrs Wallas usual pleasant beauty Transportation Certificates will be three years of Buffering Ho says you will be pleased both with work and well known as a number ono teacher I Our spring school closed last Friday hayo not sufficient The good for transportation upon presenta- Â¬ manner ito about twonty guests Tiums is more money and true Inde Â¬ price command of language Bewloyvillo EpwortU will havo The Your jeweler bride and groom were tho recipients of a evening with an entertainment In the to convoy Nashville conduc- Â¬ any idea of what I suffered pendence in good farming even In these Young People Republic at tho next tion to Louisville TOLewis Thero was a large my physicians told mo St number of presents At present they Applegate Hall bard times than in any other business Literary meeting Saturday evening tors and Louisville Henderson that nothing James Snyder living within about a Louis conductors Transportation on will mnko their home with the grooms crowd present and tho entertainment could bo dono for me j and my friends calling 1 he farmers as a clam are in a mllo of this place was taken up and 7 oclock July 3d This is a ary enter Â¬ all other roads that was a succors In every particular butter candltion to day financially than Miss were fully convinced members are re parents that nothing but inircliauta mechanics lawyers doctors tried last week for lunacy and sent to taining exercise aud we will havo It per quired to travel over to reach Louis Lilly Erwin aud Miss Mogglo Jen Â¬ death would relieve mo of my suffering or olike holders The trouble with the the asylum Mr Snyders mind has not formed well Call For a National Democratic kins our teachers have given per- Â¬ ville or Middlesboro must postlvely be In June 1801 Mr Evans then ealet farmer is he doesnt know bow well off been right for more than a year Last A trip to Brandenburg Hardinsburg County Convention fect satisfaction and I hopo will bo cm man for tho Wheeling Drug secured by tho members themselves bo Is He Is the best fed the best cloth Co recom oil and ought to be the happiest man on week he got his gun and threatened to and Irvlngton gives one a good idea of Transportation for the trip from Mid Â¬ The Democrats of Breckenridge ployed for anotliQ year mqnded Charaberlaius Tain Balm At tho condition of the roads A Traveler dlesboro to Nashvlllo will Who wouldnt bo a good farmer kill Ids wife He snapped it at her onco earth bo furnished county who adhere to Democratic prin Â¬ this time my foot and limb waa swollea or twice but fortunately it didnt go off from AltruBia coming into our country at Middlesboro upon application to For three years we havo nover beiyi ip more than double their normal ato tho ciples and who are opposed to tho de Â¬ would be constrained to believe we were Complaint was made to the County secretary clarations and doctrines of tho Chicago without Chamberlains Colic Cholera and itseem3d to mo myjegwould burst Quietly Married Judge who issued a writ and put him traveling In air ships Important In requesting transporta Â¬ and Frankfort platforms of 1800 and and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house but soon after I began using tii Pais Dewlbwillb Kv June 1 1 On the under arrest Sheriff Pate and Newt Miss Leah Payne and Prof Sam Pa to tion members are earnestly requested 1807 are called to meet at the Court says A 11 Patter with E O Atkins ualra tho swelling began to decre nvenlng of Juno 10th at I oclock Miss Synder accompanied him to tho asylum were married at the home of herparents to state the names of ladles accompany- Â¬ House in Hardinsburg on Saturday the Co Indianapolis Ind and my wife Ieau Payne of this place and Mr S W the pain to leave and now I eowaMsc Tate of Hardinsburg were married at His friends think he may get all right in Thursday Juno 10 at C oclock These ing thorn if they will join the party lPth day of July 1807 at 2 oclock p m would as soon think of being without that I ara entirely cured For by two young people are eood friends of at Louisville en route or at Middles- Â¬ standard time for tho purpose of select Â¬ flour as a bottle of this the home of tho brides parents The a low months Remedy in the A R Fisher Olovarport mi X A boro and if they desire to take tho trip ing delegates to the State Convention ceremony by Rev Lewis was very Im Sir Cain of Meade county dropped mine and I do truly wish them a long which will meet at Louisville Ky on summer season We have used it with Shellman Stephetwport to Nashville pressive In here one day last week and went Into life and much happiness They are now greatly assist tho This information will Wednesday July 14 1807 to nominate a all three of our children and it has never The wedding was a very quiet one secretary In perfecting candidate for Clerk of the Court of failed to cure nt simply to stop pain Harvest time la sear at kaal Am only a few Intimate friends aad Bear the County Clerks ofllco on the hunt of In Hardinsburg but are expected to re- Â¬ arrangements It E Mokninostar relatives belntr present Aftertha vouna I the title to the town of Ganeyvllle Gray turn to this community in the near fu- Â¬ Secretary Appeals to be voted for at the ensuing but aire absolutely It Is all right aad yqu ready for it 7 November election couple had received the congratulatlow I son county Mr Cain says he owns the ture All persons who are Democrats be Â¬ anyonq who tries It will find It so For of their friends Mil repaired to tho dim I town of Caneyvllle by Hundreds of bottaaoda kav Inheritance from cause they believe in the time honored sale by A R Fisher Cloverport aad H For children to memorize and fix lu W B Johnson Newark O In room where refreshments suitable says duced to try OhaaaWtlaiaa of Democracy ara requested A Shellman Btepheaaport grandfather kit He went over to con Â¬ their minds to the occasion were served noble and lovely One Minute Couli Core wed my only principle uy by raadlag what it km dena it to be present and participate la said sult Barnes Mr and Mrs Iato will make Hardin Kincheloe attorneys thoughts that have been so beautifully child from dying by croup It has County Convention K L Nxwsow otltan aad baying taaUd ita mmtU tor burx tlielr future home He employed tli em to write to the Mayor expressed In prose or poetry is to uplift saved thousand of others auffcriag from AftigBaVi 3UUM County Ohrmn Leah hai many frlen li liere who w of CnyyJU and thawaalvaa art to day lb warwus demand oaa thousand and ennoble their characters and give croup pneumonia bronchitis and othar glrca nolle tht hi hai mid Tha jrrvt o low lir but nh noverthaleai dollar For sal by A B FJahar to ihe Brcknrldii CouBty Court la frlaoda I To Cnr CoaallimMoa apoteaau for his poiiasalons or them power to be of gracious influence aurious throat and lung troublaa Short ulaft Itaatl lit Iiumilniu iIium f ba dukhitrnd tularin ui woaaart Cloyrport and U A Shallauw 9t Take Caacarat Candy Cathartta loo or Sta I turn oyer the town to him ThU lb i tli day plTluo atore lor hwy Mr Gain In after lite Golds Rod A HayiMM u u i v iau to cur ruggUw rotund muuuy 4 CW MoobmAm Aiiln pbaoaport K HARMAN rOR SURVEYOR Mr Sam Pate of tills place and Miss Leah Payne of Bewleyville were mar- Â¬ Â¬ ADDISON DICK Addison Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ried last Friday James Kincheloe the jeweler has closed out his business hero and will locate at Carrollton Ky Misses Essie Bruner and Cot a Shack lett of Meade county are visiting their uncle Mr A A Richardson at Garfield Frank Haswell came homo last Friday He bos been traveling for a saddlery firm for a j ear or more but has laid off for A GIFT OF 30000 the present My shop is well equipped for all repairs of time keeping machinery The Citizens of Cannelton Present Perry County With a Hand Â¬ Every thine done first class Conio seo me T C Lewis some Court Houie Mrs D McGill returned homo from Louisville last Saturday whore she has THE COUNTY SEAT QUESTION SETTLED been about ten days yisitlng her sister Mrs Wlnebrinner Cannelton Ind June 15 1897 On Frank DoIIaven guardian for Orville lost Friday the board of county commisFrank has mado settlement and resign Â¬ sioners of Perry county accepted the ed the trust and M T Frank was ap new 30000 building in this city for the sum of 1 for a court house and on Sat pointed in his Btead Mrs A A Lalleist Cloverport and urday evening at 5 oclock five bells her sister Miss Sallie Miller of Wash- Â¬ were rung and 300 citizens assembled ington D C wero tho guests of Mrs G and marched to the old court house and county offices and began moving the P Jolly one day last week public records furniture etc into the Childrens Day was observed at the M new building Every mau and boy worked with a E church last Sundav The house was vim for two hours when everything profusely decorated and the program movable was transferred except the iron was excellent Tho receipts were about safes It was celebrated at night by tho firing of cannons A guard was placed 10 about the new court house that night C I Pate is an applicant for his old until everything cculd be shaped up place as deputy U S Marshal Mr Pate properly in the various offices Soon made a good officer while he was in the after it was erected Tell City who has a similar building erected for the service and ho stands a good show of same purpose presented the commis- Â¬ getting tho appointment again sioners with their building but were reTho members of tho Garfield Sunday jected tho commissioners voting 2 to 1 sgainBt it school are arranging to havo a Childrens Tills will probably settle the county Day the third Sunday in July They seat question in Perry county forever have made up enough money to pur- Â¬ Respectfully Ciiab Gallkian chase an organ and the school is in a flourishing condition Notice to Taxpayers BEWLEYVILLE I will be at Itock Vale June 22 Glendeane 23 Mc Daniels 24 Hudsonvllle 25 Custer 20 David Hardaway is home again All taxpayers whoso taxes are now due Zach Stitli has been to the jumping off must moot mo on said dates and settle place their taxes S A Pate S B 0 Allen Stith has left for parts unknown Mrs Owen Cunningham Mrs Kate Â¬ Â¬ Youre Safe With Us Â¬ Gregory Gibson E Cloverport Ky PffiffiffiffiaDggQgaf m eight-seein- g HOME FIRST The World Afterwards OHAELES RADENHEIMEB Â¬ Reduction In Price SHOES PRINTS SALT Â¬ Â¬ G T Marshall OPIUM Â¬ 1 Â¬ -- 4 Â¬ Â¬ te Viiv uilrlrt WgW r - vp THE BREOKKNRIDGH breckenridge News NBlWQ OLOYRRPORT K1Y SQUIRfe F00TE 3 BOARD AND TUITION Krerythlnc Kurnlehnl for the Sptclal Summer Term of 8 weclte which begins June 8 1S97 All our elu Irate will hare the oppor- Â¬ tunity of attending the Mjj WEDEN8DAY JUNE 10 18U7 lANDY CAD1ABTIC 24 FATS FOR wi ii m J t7-- Rambling Thought dv nkmo Copyrhjlilid - Vi CUREC0H5TIPATI0H SO JnBS0LOTELYGOAMmBDa J pie iiij boattrt fry id STKjtmn We will hi I iv trlff talk about Iglilliif ami ilien next wrik I must turn hark to llio Jynnbjirlii for older fnlliB Tim rtnwn I hnve wrlltvn to jou nbout lattice for these three wet kn liaa been liecnuso of tiie amount of war news in the papers and btcauao of the keeping of JVcornlion Day In ii numlmr of States And sinro lierejito ninny boys who think only of littUlm In connection with bloodshed It B jemed right to show you other ways of fizhllng It is I think now understood NJxitween U3 that most of us will never bo Wiled In a conflict except that of brains bgainst brains also that all of us are in ft fcUte of siege because of temptations that are trying to work damage to our jnnrecters i temptations that really do us od If wo resist thorn Now I wnnt to fjvo you some Idea that there may be fnlflfnra In vfinr nblfilttint liArul wlinm liave never thought of as being fightÂ¬ ers at all To Tim ono morn HoYB AtlAiN I 25 lot cacli ALL DRUGGISTS KKMKn Continues His Visit and Winds np With a Word or Two About Crops and Politics GniTOit News JVC lilrtro MontrMl Can orfttw Tort lt who instead of being crocs tiles to make Ufa pleasant for you boys showing you in his own life that it is n good tiling to do good Oio Is a soldier All those who forget their own sorrows In order to help others theso are FoUllore bravo ones Never let yoursolf doubt that such peo Â¬ ple are plentiful The world is growing fuller of them all the timo Something To Know bo worth something to know that the very best medicine for restoring the tired out nervous cyfitem to a heal Â¬ thy vigor is Electric Bitters This medi- Â¬ cine is purely vegetable acts by giving tone to the nerve centres in the stomach EX POUT BOUNTIES SENATOR CANNON INTRODUCES LU BINS SCHEME TO HELP FARMERS Ho Mnkr It may a Hot Speech anil rioora All Opnoccnti Present Protection Ii Ono fclJeil nnd Hobs tho Inrmer Ilo Now Sells lu n Cheap nml Ilujrt In a Dear Market Can llo Protected Only by Ex- Â¬ port Dountlcs on Turin 1roilucU If He Cannot Oct Theie Ho Want Absolute Tree Trntlc Ju 1 know afchool teacher very thorough- Â¬ ly in a little country town Sho gave Beveral years to preparing to teach and alio teaches well She gels very little pay yet site never complains because she eels sure she is at the post of duty Scarcely any of the parents ever come to see herat work or cheer her with a word of thanks and sometines saucy chits of girls will whisper to one another ihat she is an old maid becnusj she is over twenty five She reminds me of a good general who lays out a plan of cam- Â¬ paign 83 well that he is quite Bute he is right and then carries out the plan in tplte of all rpposition by the enemy or r- by las helpers He tries to be right vand bu successful or if he cannot be suc- Â¬ cessful nt nny rate to be rght so does alio The old Roman legions stood up for many years attempting to roll back i tlia llod of barbarians that threatened the northern boundary but bravery fail id and the Kim in Empire went to 4t - pieces This dear woman is just one of many there are such soldiers right in your town who Btand by school detkp like modern Kiman soldieiB and fight with Uie danger that threatens our land from fgnoraat men and women The greatest power of warriors could not make knowledge Increase but what the arm of 11 sh and deadly warfare would fait to do the patient gentle large-heaed teachers are doing and doing success- Â¬ fully else our dear country would not tje improving as it Is I want to say ijrftne more about this teachei because I know her and bowne I know there are JTt IV many more like her You would say of 5C- a soldier that he wss a good one if he P- k - contented himself with doing exactly as n- he was told Bat tsaehen are not like this nearly all of them do tuuci more than they are paid for My friend for joinstance lives in a town that has a very bad name There is much drinking and roughness arid vulgar talk and vice This pure minded little lady who is hired merely to train the brains of the clilldrenls not content with doing that v- - but dhe is also watching over their mor- Â¬ als Her great heart lakes them all in and she is trying unaided by many of the parents to roll away the shame of tojrr own Sho does this by often ex plaining the right and wrong of things to all whooma under her care She teaches them to respect their bodied too Sb la a soldier I tell you and a brave s oael Perhaps there Is ono like her in your echool hous Please think of teachers In the future as f ghtors for good Xv HH1 Jou wll then easily understand that J the weak st lighting of all is that of mere bodily strength i rt gently stimulates tho Liver and Kidneys and aids theso organs in throwing off im- Â¬ purities in the blood Electric Bitters Improve the appetite aids digestion aud is pronounced by thoso who have tried it as tho very best blood purifier and norvo tonic Try it Sold for GOc or 1 00 per bottle at A K Fishers Drug Store SCHEMING SULTAN Ho In caviller Hie Pence Xpgnttntloni Wholly In the llnntli of II In MlnWten Constantinople Juno Acting npon tho advico of Irct Boy the sultan is leaving tho pciico negotiations wholly in the hands of his ministers thus evading personal responsibility and placing himsolf in a position to sacrifice them to popular indignation if ucccs It is reported that tho palaco party has entered into cxtcnslvo stock ex change operations on the theory that tho market will show a riso as tho prospects of peace increase Tho Ottoman ambassador at St Peters burg has informed tho porto that Conut Muravieff tho Russian foreign minister told him ho personally objected to Russian Intervention on behalf of Greece and had counteracted tho feminine intrigues started with that object but tho holy synod induced tho czar to intervene Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bary Grand Chain Ills Feb 10th Mendenhall Evansville Ind Dear Sir You may ship another Gross of your improved Chill and Fever Cure on some terms as last It is a splendid seller I consider it the best Chill Cure in the market Yours very truly Jacob Fklikkstkin New J O 175 DRESSES Iicutli of Mra Howard Aged IS Who 1 nil i Hobby For Clothe HAD 1 r f Ind Juno A The report of tho administrator of tho Obtate of Airs Dorothy Howard nged 75 years who recently died ono of tho most ec centrio women in tho state has been filed in court aud is a ronnrkablo document In spito of htr extreme ago tho old lady dressed as gaudily as a girl of 15 At her death sho had 175 dresses most of thorn of tho finest quality in unmerablo skirts waists uud other wearing apparel Tho unction of her effects drow a largo and curious crowd and tho bidding to secure her haudsomo silk dresses dozens of which had nover been worn was livelr Tier hobby was to spend her en tiro incomo forgaudy aud costly wear ing npparci Jkweksovvillk Â¬ Â¬ Buoklens Arnica Salve for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe- Â¬ ver Sorep Tetter Chapped Hands Chil Â¬ blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and postively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect Price Down on the Ems side of New York satisfaction or money refunded Glty where in some places three thous Â¬ 25 cents per box Fob Sale iiy A R and people are crowded into one small Fisher block think of that you boys who woods over COULDNT STAND SUSPICION V bva wide acres and ago a to roam man I met Bomj tiinu young InceiiillarUm Couimltteil by Otlicri Cuius wiw was scarcely nve leet tan lie was a Farmer Sulciilc Thrco Columuia S 0 lo very light in weight hollow chested Juno ple weak He looked as though u weeks ago tho little town of Clio Marl atfng breizj would blow htm away boro county was burned by iucendiarios Thero is no clew to tho criminals but a nd as for walking ho told me ten miles 11 Bluudy ono of tho most respected would cripple him Hut he is a brave in tho community and a pros- Â¬ sildler Just the same braver by far oltizeiis farmer becamo convinced that perous thau many a man who hia smelted iis neighbors wcro neensing him of tho powder Which do you think needs burning He could not bo convincol to tho con- Â¬ ih moat bravery In real war the lonely picket off in the mysterious whispering trary and Saturday morning shortly going into his field to superintend rustling woods or the man who marches after plowiug lie cut his throat with a razor onward with hundreds of others cheered dying instantly by t lwlr shouts I think the lonely Thousands of persons uso Sutherlands mm Well this young man goes forward Eagle Eye Salve who nover did have to hiu unpleasant duties alone and to It strengthens Jrfocw them be gives up all comfort sore eyes vision clear and weak oyes It makes the distinct II had a splendid education in college and to well fitted to mix with the bright- - is nico and convenient to use You need it Try it Short Haynes H U jjrfe But he denies himself all ia ofdf to b a minister among these Cloudburst lu boullinnverii Iruncu JrttrwawtUd families Ilia one idea is Paijis Juno A cloudburst in the to brighten this lives and the homes of hill country of tho provlnco of Iscro in M ihii who are troubled and ignorant aud southeastern Franco 1ms caused the WW a to what Is best In life All he overflow of tho River Morgo and tho to know Is that some one needs a destruction of a tinmbcr of paper mills and Bilk fuotories as woll as houses - kind word and he will go out of his way along the banks At tho towns of to five itr Some of the pooreutpect him Voiron n ml Moirans the river r030 sud Â¬ SO foot Ono person was drowned and think he wmt ba trying to get the denly is estimated at dMttafte of them because you know and tho loss to property thousand factory 10000000 francs Four do Aot umterstand the motive that operatives aro thrown out of employ Â¬ Mb him to do Ida work but ho goes ment ItV vWttaff the sick closing the eyed of Not only piles of the very worst kind df lag gathering the boys and the can bo cured by DeWItfa Witch Hazel taattwr for happy hours advising Salye bnt eczema scalds burns bruises ik JaoUdk ad polotlsg out better ways bolls ulcers and all other skin troubles D4k wkki Such umq k a hero cwi be Instantly relieved by the same I doubt mot If I were to go through VWMMiry bow town to towa and In remedy Short Haynes OK Par ft Tithing Trip ttttlo ewibtry dfatrkts I should w WBT Buzzards Bay Mass June 7 The ItiHTssnfs of olaoM JMt as steam yacht Otteido with ex President r mm ho Soek BMMI SM SOldtONI CtovekHd oh board toe gasst of K 0 v iU tfeiy bis wdrtby of nmc Bousdiot ft tn karbor yesterday aft Â¬ ernoon its destination boiiurGseeuwich wlfl Ml you bw to know a good Coou aud Mew York The intention I spidtsw whothsr roso orwoasM Find Of thoso on board are for a ftshlug trip aloim the Louf Island boots Mr i 4mt old lody who last takos psss- - OWvolaud spent a fow bouts st Gray itttsVtiof Ud4Mdt6 others 8to Gabies and devoted his time to look lug T gmjrnoadod old sksn over the house Itod Brocwds mltsii Â¬ Â¬ -- The Best Salve in the world mt bf sslf-for- Senator Caunou of Utah introduced on May 20 an amendment to tho tariff bill which is likely to innko trouble for tho Republican leaders aud which may bicuk down the wliolo protective system Tho umendment favors the Lubiu Kchcmo of paying export bounties on farm products This Bchcmo is now be ing poshed vigorously not only by its author David Lubin but also by tho granges of many states uud by trades unions nnd ministers It makes its fight insido tho ranks of protection and has already opened moro farmers eyes to the folly of tho system than all of tho tariff reform work that has been done Senator Cannon told somo plain truths when introducing this amendment Ho spoke in part as follows It was with great surpriso npon an ex amination of tho measure that I fouud that tho great class of our population who havo from tho beginning not only supported tho protective tariff party by their votes but havo supported tho pro tective tariff priuciplo by their industry from tho beginning of its operation were in n largo degree excluded from any of its benefits It is I say to sup ply ii very patent omission from tho measure ni it now Rtauds that tho amendment is proposed nnd will bo ad Â¬ vocated here until n vote shall bo had thereon Tho bill as it is offered today affords no protection to agricultural staples Thero is remaining I presume no ad vocato of tho protective tariff system who will contend that in this bill with theso import duties thero is afforded any protection or benefit of increased prico arising from import duties upon any of thoso commodities of which wo export our Burplus nor aro there re Â¬ maining nt tho present timo in tha fechool of protection very many men who will contend nnd iiono who will provo that tho indirect protection afford ed to tho farmer by tho tariff on man Â¬ ufactured goods Is sufficient compensation to him for tha vast cost entailed npon him in carrying tho protective tariff Bystcm upon manufactured goods It has becomo apparent to nil thought- Â¬ ful observers and certainly it is known to nil who havo any direct connection witli tho agricnlturnl industry of the United States that tho farmer cannot and tho man who reads him well knows that tho fanner will not much longer bear this burdou Thoro aro threo remedies possible Tho second romedy and ono which I as n believer in protection would bo ready to accept rather than to hold to and voto for an iucqnitablo bill would bo nbsolnto freo trade by which tho fanner might buy ns cheaply as ha is compollcd to soil and that romedy this congress will not seek to enforce Thero remains then but tho third tho application of an export bounty which shall in a measure givo restitution to the farmer for tho higher prices which ha is compollcd to pay in protected markets No proposition based upm tho decla ration of equal protection to nil tho In dustries of tho United States is com plcto nor can thero bo successfully mado a contention that it is just unless it gives to tho exportor of agricultural staples from tho United States an equiv- Â¬ alent benefit to that given to tho manufacturer by tho imposition of an import duty A duty of 35 couts a bushel upon wheat is a dolusiou aud a snare The farmer of tho United States gets no bou exit from it Tho imposition of dutyupou cotton if that woro attempted would bo of no value- to tho cottou producer Tho imposition of n duty on rye is of no value to tho farmer of tho United States Every other protected industry has a direct benefit from this tariff becauso whero wo do not produce in tho United States sufficient for our own consump- Â¬ tion and a quantity considorablo in ex Â¬ tent for oxport tho import duty serves as a means whereby tho local producer cau cuhunco tho prico to tho local con sumer Thu immediato benefit to tha farmor derived from the treasury of tho United States would not bo all Fqr this com- Â¬ paratively small expenditure to him ho would rcceivo for theso staples moro than 220000000 in higher prices than ho now rccoives It is truo that this would Jncrcaso tho prico of breadstuffa to the consumers in tho cities but uu der tho declaration made hero today that with highor prices the people will bo moro ablo to buy wo will havo u larger consumption of wheat nnd wheat flour and other agricultural staples in the pities of tho country than wo havo now at tho low prices Mr Butler Mr President the sena- Â¬ tor from Utah said ho was in favor of about 13000000 export duty on wheat at 10 couts a buahol If wo pay an ox part bounty of 10 ceuts a bushel that will raiso tho prico of ovory bushel of wheat whether exported or consumed at homo that much will it not Mr Cannon Certainly it will Mr Bntler Then for uu investment of 13000000 which tha government would pay out in tho shape of au export bounty tho wheat furmors of the coun Â¬ try would get their protection of SOt 000000 or 70000000 would they Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Alexander and myself left the Falls of Rough feeling that we had been well paid for our trip and regrettlrg that wo had to leavo We also rrgotled that wo could not stop at Olemhano After Htonplng off at my Bona 0 A Foote and Dr P W Foote we spent a few pleasant dajs with them aud took tint train for Kkron where we were met by my old nnd valued friend Judge James F Wool folk who conveyed us to his beautiful homo nnd family on Doe Run whero wp wero entertained in the real style Roth he and his wife did wliat they could to mako our visit pleas Â¬ ant and I dont think wo will soon forgot our visit to Doe Run If I had the pick- Â¬ ing of a place to live in Kentucky the balanco of my life convenience and all elso considered I would take Judge Woolfolks We visited tho old house of my uncles whero Lawrenco was bom G3 years ago tho old etono mill and then tho mill lower down where uncle Wash Coleman now lives The same carding machine stands there that my uncle owned In 1840 We roam- Â¬ ed up and down the creek and flBhedanJ dabbled in the water like boys The fin Â¬ est water I over found Is there J both pure and sulphur water and swimming pools After two days and nights there wo went to Brandenburg to visit rela- Â¬ tives and old friends We enj yed the trip thero very much but the change there was greater Chan I expected Tho towu has improved sinco I was thero and I knew none but the old people all of whom I was gad to see I remained n day and nght and then with much regret I left my cousin L D Alexander who has been with me two weeks It has b en 31 years since he was hero and he enjoyed Ills visit On my rorinds in Breckenridgeand Meade counties I found a very poor wheat chop oats not god not much tobacco will bo set a good prosp ct for corn Fruit prospects good and rb fine bluckbury bloom as I ever saw Taken altogether there is nothing to complain of except politics There Is plenty of that and that of the poorest quality Allow me to congratulate the people on Judge McBeaths nomination and cms quent election Some tried to maka him beliet o he was in danger and actually g it him to riding around That only made Montgomerys friends feel hopeful and work harder The wort thing in the world is swopping a good officer for one you know nothing about Â¬ Which mil If In lloIh Ocen June 2 3f nnil July t 1847 If you wint n heller education r pire Yrartrf for teaching get a Wtier cettlHrute or to talcs a IhoroiKh it will pay you td write tout bjiecil emphaeie put on the Mil to IMHllrr Innrkrt You can enter omitinrcittl and hnd cl mee to lull yen Mention Courie wanted SVnte now CIIIIIIIIV ItltllS Southern Normal School and Howl njr Oreen Mutineer Coll jre Howling Oreen Kr KENTUCKY STATE TEACHERS ourP ASSOCIATION Im Fait Speakers in Congrets Krrmlhe Witihlnfrtnn Tost Fretl S Irlnml one of the expert sten ographers of the House talked Interest Ingly yistenlay regarding the speed wllh Â¬ FOR SALE If lakrn soon rne CHEAP F A I3EAVIN which Congressman talk It lina lieen pnld In tho newspaper remarked Mr Irland that Representative Lewis of Washington talks nt tho rate of 300 words a minute He does not No man could speak in the IIouco at that speed and ho reported I doubt 1 whether ho could he understood mean of course such words as occur lu Of course in taking routlno debates testimony where frequently recurring phraBCF such as what la your name and where do you live are expressed hy brief arbitrary signs a stenographer can write as fast as a man can think It is a very different matter when a Con grersman talks He uses words with many syllables What Is the fastest record in the House Representative Johnaou of Indiana once talked for an hour and a half when discussing a contested election case at an average rate of 220 words a mluuto That Is rapid work If a man talks 250 words a minute he is very swift I have notic- Â¬ ed one thing added Mr Irland The fast talkers slow up after being in the House a little while Tho vriBtnets of thu air 8 nee they have to All w it li their volets cradually makes its impression upon them antl ihey find too that they get more nttenlion when they do not talk so fast Â¬ and enc 1 eir IJ Chester hlleSows hred ttcntly t llrndlev No two Chrstcr Ills nnd two Pol mil China Tut Lrnl one Chester mule months old one iiiits Poland Chiiii tnsle 10 wreV old 7 Cliler male pigs 8 weeks old all choice slm k A harifaln to those In need or somethirg ni e Wtllu or cotne llesp at once II A PARKS Chiton Mils Ky 4 Practical Surveyor TKUMS UKASONADLE Ailtlreeanll corrniunlcntlons to Clovor lort Ky At J C BUSH D D S Office on 6th St the Law Office of Gannelton Ind V G BABBAGE IN HAKDINSBUitO Dentil try In all Us Branches p actlced and all operation performed In tho molt skillful manner at prices to suit tho timet Crown and Bridge Work a specialty extracted Positively Without Pain Teeth You Cin Get A Deed Mortcaco or any writ- ton inatrumont drawn Kent buy or soil a piece of land Collections mado and remit a n ces prompt Copying dono on tho Call Krnph the best typo writer In the world Mont Complete Dental Hooiiin 1 Southern Itiillaiui Iio you suiTtr it tr Ml JUNinilNN Help that headache on rot lint ihttoihhmii anil Iiy the reaitlcbnrn nf thin Inlmlertt1n rrrntPft Mill prtTpntatlvo known Wonder r I rv tlmulant Urt In Hay KoTcr nt Arthma lfKII SIAAH iMrAIKICatand yon will mIwats 11 io H It 7SM cnI in It lrnrliU pnd fnrlU O MM iH flfad For Itmtk am 91 ml hoi frff JIC mlntf llruilucliea 8err lKliittikllitiif nfi or DO YOU trlpf TRAVEL Arajroutrolntr to take from Wir not yn MJINTIIOI rniiitif INitlcU r vt tt nilVI trIIVY ctsuMii puiiicu nckks ntiMi8A HHB BEST TRAINS TO P J8vw Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha Somo for ten some for twenty and some for thirty years liavemillered from piles nnd then lmvo been quirkly nnd permanently eiiMil hy using DdWItts Witch Hass Kilve Uih jjn nt remedy for pilfS and nil forms of i kin disease St Paul Nebraska lack Hills Short Haynes Miueuchuletts Alii Tor IloaiU W L DOUGLAS thl tlioo hy merit For 11 ntone m tlUtanctl nil competitors TV I IKiilH ft I Mi l0 nnU SU Khoon nro tho pnMluctlima of ftklllcil worbincn from tho Alwi bent material ix ijulble nt theao prlcea nml iU t 173 fur toys kliws for meu I2M 20U ami WiU DotiRlai bIiooii nro Indorsed hy oer IlimwJ wrnrer ns the txst lu stylo fit and durability of any ihoe ever offered nt tho prices They am mndo In nil tho latest ihapi nnd style aud of viery varl ety of leather If dealer rantiot supply tou wrlto for cnta loguQ to V L Douglas lirocktuu Mass Bold by SAMUEL SULZER VIA a The impropriations hy tho stato of Maesnchnsetts for tho improvement of country roads lmvo been 300000 in 189 1 flOOOOO in 1805 000000 in J800 and 800000 in 1807 a grand total of 2100000 iu fonr years S3 SHOE jenrs In thoWorld Si Louis or Chicago VESTIBUIED TRfilNS SLEEPERS DINING GARS GKAIR GSRS TRAV raetes officially Dont neglet chills Chlils bring on congestion congestion brings on death They are dandies said Thos Bowers You cm cure chills and hi como stout using Dr Dells IVpper of the Crocket Texas Enterprise while and healty by mint Chill Tonic Short Haynes writing about DdWItts Little Early lasers the famous little pills for sick William Krwln a rurmur residing nuar O headache and disorders of the stomach Portsmouth imlgiifrt to Cicorgo Moutt Assets 9000 liabilities flO5X and liver Short A Haynes Milliard F 1eturson grocurymnn ot Williamsburg O has assigned to Attor Bank Currency League ney William U Utshup Assets 150 lhv LA Foots CONSULT TICKET AGENT On F M RUGG PASSR AOENT Cloverport Ky ST LOUIS Ma Â¬ 4SjHII tsUim I gi HtM Prrm llie New Vok Sun J hill le 12 00 For the Baku of tho cause of w advise thu National Sound Moi uy League to change Its name to to thai of Greenback Abolition or Bank Curreicy League which seems to be its DR MENDENF ALLS IMPROVED CHILL actual purpose and then before issuing Its paper Sound Money to think a little more The leading artirle of the third number of that publication informs its readers that the Greenbacks aud Treasury notes aro not intrinsically sound money bt cause their redemption depends upon the Government having in its Treasury a sufficient amount of gold to meet such notes ns aro presented for re- Â¬ On the other hand demption the 215000000 of bank notes are sound money because the Government money in which they are redeemable is itself redeemable In gold The rope holding up tho car is weak but tho occupants of the car are safe becauso the cars at- Â¬ tachment to the rope Is unexceptionable In spite of the shallowness of its reason- Â¬ ing our contemporary Sjund Money may stll do a gcat dial of harm to the cause- which It assumes to champion Â¬ - AI FEM GDI Wmmz Z T COX SB IlilHI GUAIUNTEED TO CURE And Malaria In all Forme Tasteless None genuine without tho above picture aud tho signature of J O Mendenhall Agent - - Ekron Ky - PICKETT oiias a bridges w 0WE1T TOBACCO - WAREHOUSE T DrP J WITH C A Bridges CHILLS AND FEVER SO Co LOUISVILLE KY a bkidgfa IMUUItlllTOIt Cor Eighth and Main Streets Price cents at all Dealers DY FOUR MONTHS STORAGE FREE BOOK KEEPING J LOUISVILLE KY PREPARED ONLY EVANSVILLE MENDETNIIAXX IND Sold by SHORT Juno HAYNES li 1817 8hlppri ihoald mark all paokagu plainly with ihlpperi namt and poit offlo addrtu DUTTKH Choto conntry Medium IMOTHERSi S S w j0 3hf bvwCsZifA SHOST HAND TELEQEAPHY PENMANSHIP ETC P09UWu Crtamtrr KQQS 9 7 - rj 10 B Say few children escape that most tnnoy- Inc but most common clildhood com- plaint caused by deranged kidneys and weak urinary organs In as years sales uot a single report of a failure of Who desires to better his or her condition in lire should write for tho Catalogue or tho BRYANT No 400 THIRD BTItEET LOUISVILLE STRATTON axSEEB KY 14 Fmh Prime 8 IWINTERSMITHS ti 30 10 00 6 11 VSATUERS whit goal duok Mlxtd Old Ho 1 POULTRY 83 15 3 It Gp butcheCKscertainfutureniUeryandpalii years success guarentees Its value All I druggists and merensnts sell It Arthur J 35 a Duchu to cure this bad habit Wiuter- smiths Buchu not only stops present i Htni per lb Spring Chlckeni per doi Oeeie per dot POTATOKS Irlib per barrel new New La Sweet potatoei per bbl From itnre 2 to 5 eti higher 1 9jv 7 Duckiperlb 8 UU BUCHU J rettrCo Louisville KyGnIAieiits 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 We nrc prepared to do your work with a guarantee to give satisfaction at exceedingly low prices We will bo at Irvington on Wednesday and Thursday nftcr the fourth Monday of each month It is to your interest to consult us 3 to 1031 SO M 3 00 71 H Hunsche Nary fleam per baihel Senlea Snake ROOTS 9 J 40 175 ainieng Pink The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with u Yellow Wild Ginger Ladv Slipper May Apple Blood ux a 10 IK 3 3t 15 31 HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky 2K V 13 t t FIRLD SKIDS Timothy per butbet Cloter per buihel Crimson Clorer per baihel Red Top pel baihel Orobara Orate per baihel bo eh el Blue Orate faney Blae Grate extra per bathel Onioa Eeti Yellow per bhel White HIDJW 4 50 3 04 00 1 SO For Family or Medical Use Co IND OANNELTON Casper May pr 1 40 3 1 3M 1114 13 not V Mr Cannon They would if there bo any truth iu tho protective principle Mr Butler That would he a very good investment Mr Caunou Uwoajd be a very aood iuvcetiueut if U were to he wade l he half of any utattofaotorhaa iodostrr any trait in the Julled Mates hot any Â¬ thing iu bthaht of the farmer is looked flrees rood Dfy Salt good Dry Mat goed Sheep eklni WJMJLe 34 h II lj A 13 14 MADETABLETS VOrllTIVKIiY CORK ME A MAN AJAX SI aaBt Pure jpple Jrandy er IiMeacr M r TlWsVfclee flWUf fWs MetVe eU MMMtt4 Mt 4 MeW MttMMl 21 ee 8U UU w 1ft rSwtMVNSf niiiMnMiaMl ciaf4 ir JSOHM ana twrly QuUhlv an4 isair la old 5iSiXt Vital ItyliaslaM ee roans nl a bmni Me si4i or uiiilu ft aa 4 UHMMtCtkM Ma4 raiiinc stear lv r taMBltf If f tt eVatfjr TeMMVf Mi sit O i IB 1 4U WW Cm eateJlteafaaalilUttw ten Wstlr a tat sfciAtHiweslMliifHtiwn u I rrUW ML T wtaNH niedUteatwMrU4taMatl MRTt imt Sisfaani far lfll SsMeMVwhS ftfeSft4tSStMleseeSej4 Mt S HCtMMi4tltettt lIBII fa sM sV t I make n specialty of Fine Apple Brandy guaranteed to be strictly unadulterated I use nothing bu sound and ripe fruit My Urandy is all fermented in tubs not in cement cisterns so that mean disagreeable ilavor is not detected Desirous of introducing my goods will make special prices on one to four gallon packages 9 goods aoo per gallon and 97 goods 175 per gallon f o l All packages securely sealed and shipped on short notipe CM SMITH Aidyville K rl Hsr Srisstilaia Br TTiniiifiinitirnf r TF PHEl Breckenridge WEDNESDAY JUNE RElOKElSIRirGHl NEWS OLOYHRPORT KY News 10 THAT w FREE BREAKFAST TABLE 1807 AK3WER To Some of The Goldbng Argu t ill flTw r nor Tfitic MINI31 EO TO PORTUGAL The Iresldont Makes oTcral Appoint ments One of Importance Â¬ aieati linve baen refinesteil to- anawer soma cf llio gollbng nrjtti niunlH 1 claim no great merit for argu ment ami will therefore only stato a few facts When wo speak of free coinage It Is Understood to mean and be the rule and regulations of tho mints ns establish cil by law in 1702 and on down to 1873 when the silver dollar was dropped from coinage One reason among many othen why we favor free or continual coinage It yields a largo revenue for the govern ment and will rasj the value of all commodities anil greatly relievo starv Nevvb Â¬ Â¬ Editor I Poisoned CSPVUSrSft vunnfit7 ii7cl nut -- Lznwtii chin r wl iseraSiSBi I vZLi M rTi I Mj HEsie is rD Mo c-- ulij lyowto S Tho prosldcnt Cairo Ills Juno i Richard Cald KENTUCKY has sent tho following nominations to well of Memphis shot and killed Mary CL0VEBP0HT Agents ho tho senate i lcsl Jenkins yesterday afternoon becauso Lawrenoo Townscnd ot Pennsylvania was jealous of tho favors bIio had bo Homestead Fertilizer Company in to bo envoy extraordinary and minister towed on others Immediately aft Standard Oil CtMiaij1 plenipotentiary of tho United States to tho shooting ho fled to a lumber yard Portugal back of town whoro ho was fouiid two Dealers In Ellis II Roberts of Now York to 10 hours later by tho officers Floor Ho was ordered out with somo diff- Â¬ Doors tywh Blinds Yellow Pino treasurer of tho United Statos Ing and Colling Wcathor Hoarding Conrad N Jordan of Now York to bo iculty when ho opened tiro on tho oill through siiingics tait lime uemenv assistant treasurer ot the United States cers His first shot passed Georgo the W wrist of Deputy Sheriff at Now York City laths Plaster Plasterln Mooro who returned tho flro killing William E Audrows of Nebraska to iiatr now nannies Moore was ao Caldwell instantly be auditor for the treasury department Bricks Etc William W Brown of Pennsylvania quitted of all blamqby a coroners jury yentcrday evening to bo auditor for tho war department Estlmalns Furnished for Bulldlsf mi Androw D Barlow of Missouri to bo Building Material consul general at tho City of Moxico Â¬ Washington Juno j DOUBLE TRAGEDY AT CAIRO ILLS A Olrl fihot nml Killed and Her Slnycr Kllleil Uf nil Ofllcer GREGORY Wharfmasters CO SleaMtoat Agiftts i i r- UJ Mexico d r-- Ji PPDrTr----- a Lrr rVai0f Wbi -- - no wmj c ft ing Immunity As will be plain by a bare statement of facts as they actually exitt All bul Â¬ lion Is estimated and purchased by tho as in tho Sherman Silver pur- Â¬ ounci chase act of 1890 also the London quo tations for silver billion Now there is 480 grains of pure silver in one ounce It only takes J71 grains of silver to make a dollar with 41 grains of copper a lded which makes the standard silver dollar of 4121 grains Under continual coinage silver bullion would at onco go up to one dollar per ounce whilo it is now quoted at 50 cents per ounce in 1indon For profit take say four mil- Â¬ lion ounces which will coin a little over five million dollars as rated by the ounce in all bullion exchanges It is no argument to twist and quibble by saying that that is not freo coinage for these estimates and regulations are the rule and law now and always has been The Bilvcr party dont propose to chango it let us examine fractions of a dollar Tho half dollars quarters and dime coins are 10 per cent light Or in other words eleven dimes weighs the samo as a dollar four quarteis and a dime or also two half dollars and a dime wiegh the same as a dollar Very fair profit But we now come to the biggest profit of all In 1800 a five cent pleco was issued commonly called a nickel com- Â¬ posed of seventy five parts of copper and twenty five parts nickel Now seventy cents worth of this material coins five dollars worth of nickels which will buy as much as five dollars in gold anywhere in tho United States Now when we learn that about one third of our coin in circulation is of this cheap class we may rcalzi tho enormous profit in silver coinage Why dont the goldbugs kick at the nickel dollar it beats the fifty cent dollar all out of sight and is a live reality among us while the fifty cent dollar is ouly imaginary and cant be found anywhere and never will be Let the gold bugs kick and kick at immaginary theories until the toes of their boots are through then they will look down and wonder what in the devil have we been kicking at Now tho silver party is fighting for the use of both gild ind silver and claims that we never will have too much When I hear a man or woman say that the single gold standard is better for our people than both gold and silver it makes me think they aro lunatics and ought to be Hint immediately to the nearest asylum Now a word In reference to our candi Â¬ dates for State Senator Why did tho Peoples party make a nomination for State Senator We answer because Ir Ashcraft bolt Â¬ ed from tho Peoples party and we believed that the Democratic party would nominate him as their candidate for that office Now all history shows that no party ever endorsed a bolter from their party and the Peoples party is no exception to tho lule They will stand aone in the face of certain defeat before they will eat dirt by indorsing a bolter While Mr As craft has a perfect tight to be a Democrat if ho wishes to yet lie must certainly know that the Peo- Â¬ ples party numbering fully 2000 voters in the three counties will not support him While Mr Ashcraft may probably got the Democratic vote still lie will be in a very doubtful position On the other haud Mr Smith will get tho full Populist vote and with the Dmocratic vote added would be reasonably sure of electiou Mr Smitli is represented to bo not only a big farmer but also a big man has a fine commanding appearance and has an excellent reputation at home and abroad As much as wo regret that Mr Ashcraft left tho Peoples party If lie Is a sincere silver man as I havo no doubt be Is he may see his way clear to decline making a doubtful canvass at this time rather than be the probable means of electing a goldbug Kepublican Senator for it would not Improve Mr Ashcrafis prospects if Mr Smith should decline for the reasouthat the Peoples party would not support him It is all Important that an undoubted silver man should be elected It dos SHin clear that the Democrats should more cheerfully and with a better grace vote for an unswayed Populist than tho Populist could voto for a bolter from their own party in fact no Democrat would do it and they ought not to ask or expect the Populist to do it Let ua hope that the Democrats will make tho dllll jult path amoothe 1 8 Fhymiuk Preston Ky June 10 1807 Farmers Journal copy Â¬ --SaSsar nn oa irauy Deif cAmruaj Kecpllie llenil mid Throat elenr and health Carl Bailey Hurst of tho District of anil Tourm Inland hmlnlnlwsTntreptnnneafe CUtfllMANS MKVrilOIIJVIIAIEKIJtho all hend troubles Columbia now cotlsul at Prague to bo IVKKS relief tn mankind In TiritUAT CA COT1IR NOICK consul general at Vienna Austria nfCnturrh dls TAKKII ItThru nwflil odor In Hut rercrana Wondrfnl Henry 11 Morgan of Louisiana to bo sppenrs br ANB Asthma irBUY OMIYY OUIUIM II Bj l II ir consul at Horgen Switzerland Prtt IU 4 Car Bull 10 rtnl t for llAk an Mnlliftt rrrt William W Canada of Indiana to bo naiuij nniu co YiiirjiH lio US A consul at Vera Cruz Mex Louis A Prodt of Wisconsin to bo as Â¬ sistant attornoy general Harold S Van Burcn of Now Jersey to bo consul at Nice Franco 1 YOUR Vonrlmpplnets jour sirenirth FORTUNE bcnlth Tour Is xs ei Good Neat Printing to Is just ns cpscnti success In business ns your rating Jvtth any of the mercjian- tuc agencies write mis lor prices anu samples All work guaranteed i i j i i r Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Best and Most Popular We sell moro of Chamborlans Cough Remedy than of all others combined writo M tsars Kerr Sons druggists of Mars Pa Thoy also say The sale of It is something phenomenal Wo have sold two gross this winter selling as high as six bottles in one morning to as NERYE LIFE yvOiVJV yt H Ai iiostpro3 yffe QUH GQin h 4sssw ME ri GOOD ROADS COMING THERE IS NO MISTAKING THE SIGNS OF THE TIMES WldeMrcad Discussion Uu Shown tlie Pressing Need uf Highway Improve ment Men From Alt Walks of Life Have Enlisted In the Came Â¬ always bavo good ronas wo might sco something substantial accomplished Hero is n paragraph from n Minne sota papor that attributes the failuro of four merchants in Marcli to bad roads Tho roads wcro so bad that collections could not be mado Oh yes my profession is doing its part in hastening tho good roads cru Tho conversation was encouraging very and indeed rather inspiring for what tho old editor said Is true Tho agitutiou is indeed widespread It must result in tho upbuilding of the required goal roads sentiment Â¬ Â¬ Orcal RESTORER Ro stores vorfect heaitli tkrnr and manliiioil Mil ro- movcs ol9ta trio Sold by SHORT HAYNES Stands at the Head Aug J Bogel the leading druggist of Shreveport La says Dr Kings Now TIiito is no doubt in tho minds of Discovery is the only thing that cures my thofio who havo studied tho signs of tho cough and it Is tho best seller I have times that nu era of road improve Â¬ J F Campbell merchant of Saflbrd Dr Kings New Discov Â¬ Ariz writes ment has dawned on this country Con all that is claimed for it it never tinned agitation has awakened tho pco ery is plo to tho necessity of action Tho Co Â¬ fails and is a sure cure for Consumption der ltnpldn Gazctto tells tho story of Coughs and Cold 1 cannot say enough Dr Kings New Discov progress ip a conversation betweon nn for its merits ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds old editor and a farmer said tho old editor who is not an experiment It has been tried At lost has been in tho harness for nearly 40 for a quarter of a century and to day years I soo signs which indicate tho stands at the head It never disappoints certain approach of an era of good road Free trial bottles at A R Fishers Drug building nud I look upon it as ono of Store tho best signs of tho times Evidences of Progress I Infer that you think It high timo for such an era remarked n furmer Trim the Savannah Press subscriber who had dropped in for n lit Two Washington county boys are tlo financial transaction Tho dodging builethJ at Sharpshurg I surely do In fact I cant find balls commenced to shave oil the bark oven tho shadow of an excuso for any of the pino tree which they wero using more delay in its Journey our wny I nro for shelter Finally an enfilading fire only wonder why when advances began to chip ofthe other side of the being niudo in so many other respects somo of which nro rjf lit tlo importance trees One of the besftg d Georgians compared with tho roads over which remarked many millions must pass each year that Dill dont you remember that Gen tho day of practical planning for better Toombs said in his speech at Sandere roads did not begin sovcral decades ville that Yankees couldnt shoot ago lie cer- Â¬ Yes Tom said the other May I nsk what it is that gives you encouragement that thoro is approach Â¬ tainly said so Well Bill they are learning damned ing u i evolution in tho matter of roads asked tho farmer adding that ho was fast arnt they awaTo that good roads mean moro to mo and my brother farmers than to any 100 Reward 100 and that ho was anxious other class The readers of this paper will be pleased to sco tho work go on Agitation sir agitation tho prac- Â¬ to learn that there is at least one dread- Â¬ tical agitation that is going on in every ed disease that science has been able to Why tho ministers aro cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh direction preaohing abont it educators are lectur- Â¬ Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive ing on tho subject tho farmers at least cure known to the medical fraternity all who aro organized and thoy aro or- Â¬ Catarrli being a constitutional disease ganized in nearly all tho states aro requires a constitutional treatment awakening to its importanco to thorn Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally personally to their purses uud comfort acting directly on the blood and mucous Fow if any of tho farmers institutes bavo passed without moro timo being surfaces if the system thereby destroy- Â¬ given to good road agitation than to aling the foundation of the disease and most nuy other question giving tho patient strength by building Tho question has been taken up in up the constitution and assisting nature ono way or another in 20 different legisin doing its work The proprietors have latures and tho discussion on tho vari- Â¬ ous mousurcs touching better roads has so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for been farrenchiug tho papers quoting moro or less from tho bills and tbo any case that it fails to euro Send for speeches Debating sociotics in thou Â¬ lists of testimonials sands of schools havo discussed tho good AddressFJ CHENEY Co Toledo O roads question Hundreds of thonsauds SSTSold by Druggists 75c of men and women who ride whcols havo talked moro or less on tbo samo A Good Word For The Banks question and tho great national organi Â¬ The South needs more banks and bet- Â¬ sation of whcolmen known as tho ter basking A well managed bank is a great influence for good in any com- Â¬ munity and meat banks are aa well managed as our legislators superinten- Â¬ dents inspectors and political agitators Â¬ Â¬ causo tho South and West need banks far more than the North and East There are men in banks who belong in the fields or factories bankers who have only the faintest conception of n banks obligations to its customers There are men in banks who bolong in the penitentiary and who rob depositor many dlflerent customers This remedy has proved particularly successful in customers croupy affections Our invariably ptonounce it the best they can And and wo know of no caso where For it has failed to givo satisfaction sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by A R Fisher Druggist REMOVING Km Scad Kfc nervous entire vstcui and stop All Ro- ital losses moves effects of the bins of youtli inJ ex ccnrei of later years Homovos all effects of dlGsipation and re pairs all waste places Curos Insomnia And restorer rercshltig sleep Curos Im potence and reitores Â¬ fo3 O Breckenridge News BANK Of and stockholder ruthlessly but these men are few and their sins count for little against tho benefits derived from a good bank It is assumed by some agitators that banks are the property of the rich It is a great mistake A few banks are owned by ono man or a small number of men Tho averago holdings in tho whole national banking system is less than i000 Tho millions invested in the capital of these institutions aro made up of the savings of the poor and tho frugal of the many not of the few It is time therefore fur Kentucky for tho people of the South to cease this ignorant clamor against one of tho most honorablo and one of the most beneficial We discredit our intelligence railing by tills anti bank clamor and we do the whole section irreparable harm Louis- Â¬ ville Post Wholesale POSTMASTERS Appointments Will Ilo Mailo Harljr Next Week Â¬ Â¬ Tho rulo anWabhixotox Jnno nounced shortly after tho administration assumed chargo that postmasters would bo allowed to servo out thoir full terms unless romoved for causo has been modified and it is expectod that wholo salo appointments to postofilccs will bo mado soon It was officially announced yesterday that tho president and the postmaster goneral will consider as hav ing expired all postofllces whioh aro duo to expiro betweon now and July IB It is understood that tho matter was discussed and tho decision reached at yesterdays cabinot mooting Tho rca sou assigned for tho modification of the announced polioy of tho administration is that it is tho desire of tho postoffice department to fill as many offices as possible beforo tho expiration of tho liscalycar July 1 iu order that accounts may bo begun with n new quarter Â¬ diseases and restorus development to all parts of tli body NERVE LIFE Is tho only purely scientific treatment and affords relief from It removes tbo causo tUo first days use and assists onturo to effect a cure Cures guurentecd Special discount to physicians Our new treatise on Nervous Dlstaseu Manhood Its Loss and Recovery mailed free in plain sealed wrapper for two 2 cent stamps Meition this paper or Trial Treatment and be Convinced NERVE LIFE MEDICAL CO KALAMAZOO MICH full vital powur Curos nJI vauing HAEDIUSBURG F BEARD PretlJent WILL MILLKR Vioe rreildsnt M II BEARD Cashtsr Q W BEARD 1 -- MORRIS KSRRIDGB r R M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON Dtreotnr mv TIME DEPOSITS I9B j Tiara Rockport Saw Works 4 y 5 Repairs Saws of All Kinds Particular attention given to repairing large Circular Sawa Hammering and Straightening a Spdclalty Last summer while attending court says D I Pat ton a at Uniontown prominent druggist of Fayette City Pa threo witnesses were- - suffering from diarrhea I gave each a dose of Cham- Â¬ berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy and it gavo immediate relief On tho way borne one of my neighbors was taken with a severe cramp in the stomach and was suffering with intense pains I gavo him a dose of this remedy No Summer Shutdown Dg and within five minutes the pain had Notices wcro Beixaiue 0 Juno ceased The remedy is a favorite lero opI know of many who are nevor without posted at tho La Bello iron works posite here last evening to tho effect I always take it witli me when go Â¬ that thoro would not bo tho usual shut it ing away from home For sale by A down this summer owing to the fact It Fisher Druggist that they wero so far behind on their orders It will require them to work all summer in order to be ready for tho City Council fall trade Â¬ Â¬ Dr D R Rotlirock of Now Berlin Pa does not hesitate to recommend I Chamberlains mediclnea He says havo handled them for a year or moro in my pharmacy and find them safe and My customers praise them reliable No ono who is troubled very highly with rheumatism can use Chamberlains Pain Balm without praising it The quick relief from pain which it affords is aloho worth many times its cost For sale by A R Fisher Druggist Spgia SgH y rgtiflfofa Every Saw tested by steam it leaves the shopAr Every Saw warranted Workmanship the very bofct Prices lower than any shop in America Mark your nanib on Saws and send a letter of advice as to repairs wanted before THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS ROOKPORT IND 1 M M ea EV RATES PER DAY The inoretr o eilnthjclty llg located H I Deferred from last week will allow A bank gathers trg ither the savings of IlESL LT OK NAIIEOW TIRES From Good Roads Leoguo of American Wheelmen whoso Â¬ It is not a remedy put up by any Tom Dick or Harry it la compounded by expert pharmacists Ely llros offer a 10 cent trial size Ask your druggist Full alto Cream Palm 60 cents We mail It ELY BRO350 Warren 8t N V City Since 1801 1 have been a great sufferer from catarrah I tried Elys Cream Balm and to all appMraacai am cured TwrHile lwdchwi torn which I bad W J Iliteh- tofg mliwed nre gon Mk lat Mx j ir U b sol and A A -- iBueV membership I understand is fast climbing to tho 100000 mark has dona a vast amount of work iu making right publio sentiment Wo mast not forgot that among thoso wheelmen nro thousands of farmers and their sous statesmen diplomats mer Â¬ chants lawyers doctors manufacturers capitalists mechanics workmen men from all walks of lifo as good people na wo have patriotic publio spirited pushing citizens whoso power is being felt moro mid moro in many laudablo directions I used to look with suspicion upon tlioir efforts I do so no longer for I havo never known them to toko up any work that did not mean moro for others than It did for themselves I must not forgot my own profes Â¬ sion Why I can hardly pick up au ex change iu which thoro is not a rcf cronco to tho good roads subject Look at this just clipped from a wldoly circulated publication Tho editor was talking about a proposed picco of good road bo twocn two western cities His closing paragraph is worthy of closo stndy and is ns follows But theso roads cannot all bo bnilt In ono year The county board should lay out ft plan for roaa improvement covering a number of years A given number of miles might bo allotted to bo completed each year All parts of tbo county might bo lualudcd and in timo a syitem of roads vroakl bo bnilt that would bo a credit to ths county And a saving to tlw farmers Perhaps it Ate mmIom of tho county board were to be held In the early spring uouUm ittfUAuc in tbo fall when we nearly Â¬ the many and makes these savings ef- Â¬ fective for great business purposes A bank teaches and practices frugality It rewards thoso who desire to accumulate It takes these accumulations and makes of them a reservoir of capital which aids in developing commerce In diversifying industry in increasing the resources of every community A bank takes the idle capital of a community and makes it active It encourages thrift economy enterprise and self restraint It teaches men and women the true value of wealth and sheds iU light into homes darkened by tears ot the future It is necessary to say these things of banking timo und again becauso it is the part and the practice ot political dead beats of men who give up the struggle of life to assert that bunking is robbery and that the banker is an enemy of the poople Controller Eckels in a rocent address in Baltimore said It has become popular throughout the South and Wst to decry the bank Â¬ ing interests Those sections have been injured by raising that hue and cry This is true most unfortunately be- Â¬ Like biliousness dyspepsia headicho eonitl patlon sour stomach Indigestion are promptly cured by Hoods IllU TUty do their Mark Liver Ills Mttjr Md thoroughly The Council held its monthly meet- Â¬ ing in tho City Hall Monday night with all of the board present The May- Â¬ or called the body to order promptly The regular time of convening which has been 7 30 oclock has been chapged to 8 oclock The minutes of last meet Â¬ ing were read and approved Mayor took up bis regular rountine of work and called for any new business Clerk Delluy reported to the council that the city tax book for 1697 was pow ready to turn ovor to the collector but wanted to know whether he should be required to fill a new bond which was discussed but no action taken Unfinished business was the next in order T L Arnold at some previous meeting put a petition before the coun- Â¬ cil asking the privilege to build a bath houso between the house occupied by him as a barber shop and Solbrlgs black- Â¬ Upon investigation the smith shop council found they had not the power He could erect to grant the privilege the building if Solbrig did not object He objected Itoport from city ofllceis Police Judge reported fines collected since April 30 Street committee no report 105 There was much discussion over the that need different street crossings attention which will be looked into by the street committee Finance ordinance and calaboose com- Â¬ mittees no report Claims and accounts wore taken up Interest on approved and allowed shop bonds 500 00 marshals salary 5202 Jas It fet B boarding prisoners 2340 T F SUillman salary and fees W 10 Geo Bolder hauling rock Short haulirg dirt on river bank 1100 40 Standard Oil Com- Â¬ Wash Lane pany 5 2b Wilson street lampeflO 80 Ietiuons were asiceu lor mere was cone Under the head of mlscellanous busi- Â¬ ness compalnts were made against hog pens and the bad condition of alleys This was referred to the Board of Health Dr F M Smith and Chas May Sr were rc appointed aa health officers One of the councilman put in a com- Â¬ plaint about the slaughtering of cattle and the cleaning of fish within the city limits which will bo looked into by the health officers The mayor put before the body an application for llanning the distiller to build a sample house within the corpor- Â¬ ate limit This was refused Dut thoy would grant regular saloon or quart Â¬ Jlfary Ilnlns In Cuba 7 Heavy rains have fallen in tho provinces of Santiago do Cuba ami linar del Rio and many of tho rivers havo overflowed their banks Havana Juno J S3liniMAiltmiMtmmimti wars mS mill 35 Iouisyille il Ky rri8 WTJ tmif mi n i mi mi jg LLR KEEP YOUR EYES flBHsflsflslHlrPBBWilHHBUBb l On these Tables and Youll f NEVER BE TOO LATE - yKlaSLUkv esiH B I A mWL IV L II St L h FordsYlfle Branch B O S W ET iheKf WWW YLMW R li TIME TABLE No 10 TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 1897 West Bound Tralna Dally I Daily ex Sun ex Sun Hast Bound Train Dally I Dally ex Sun ex Sun No 2 No Trains leave Louisville as follows O B liiut S W ltAILWAY Cinclooalt and St Louis and the West I iB No5 Nol STATIONS I 1060am 1125 1140 1147 1166 12 lOpni 12 25 lv Irvlneton At 9o0m Oarlfeld 8 01 7 42 Harned Junction 7 27 7 17i 7 Cfl 6 60 6 30 6 20 1236 12 65 1 C5 llardlnsburir Junction Kirk Jolly irKallsfloughlv Dempster Uockvale Glendeane Dempster 717 Ar Cincinnati ionimuus Ar Ilttsburs f tlllUII Ar Baltimore Ar Ihladclphia Ar New York Lv IouIsUa No so jr iarn 6 9 11 No 16 S sjpm 45am 15am n 7 10 8 sjam 5jam 5 5Spm 50am 15am 050am 4Hp 2 40mB oojpmK itojpmHs 7amK l2oamHp 2opm No sS 1 i y l f S H 120 Louisville H enderEonSt Louis RyCo 1 45 TIME SCHEDULE Taking-- Effect A asro 4 V Snndaj 166 J 05 215 230 2 65 6 44 625 510 Kuth Asklns Oaks Mitchell Sim ArKnrdvillnTv 58 6 f0 6 OCaro At 630 oclck May 30 S637 Comfort PTil Sound Traim Satl Sound Train Mall Bsprs Exprs Dally Dally 410pm 7 30am 7 48 603 818 V S21 640 821 6 48 a Mali A STATIONS IvUan Kentucky St Wlllowdala Rock Haven Karoo Ouston ptar Uzprs Eipr Dally Dally 12 12 11 4 i Louisville and Evansvillc Ar Boston jocpm 905pm HS Nraln No 16 has elegant Pullman Buffet Tartar Car to Cincinnati and Drawioir room Sleeper and dining cars Clncinriitl to Waihington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Tran No iS has clrgant Iullman IarlorCar to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No so has sleepers to Cincinnati open at mm 9 oclock to receive passengers St Louis Springfield ami tin WmC No 44 No 10 No so LV Louisville Bsjam ajam 640pm 8sopni Ar St Louis IJjcmp 7Mia 9j3 Ar Springfield 8 40pm North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m Charlestown accommodation leave at j 30 pm except Sunday Trains Noi 16 so and 14 bays elegant day coaches Pullnun parlor and sleeping care to St Louis From East ujonn 3 555pm fHf 40 pm Wmi Umt B Q dally WcstPoInt Howard 35pm 2 I 7 45pm Packet Line Fait Mall Line Between Mam 6 63 733 1145 63 8 00 03 0 61 707 712 118 620 1145 1135 11 66 I3 8 35 60J 812 869 8 61 9 07 D1S 4 23 Iong llranch ilrsndenbure rvlngton Webster Lodiburg ricrco Sample Stephemport Addison Cloverport Shops 66J 9 31 932 l 61 966 9 43 9 69 1011 10 7 20 7 21 7 27 7S9 7 43 Holt 82 818 827 863 905 916 8 33 8 42 761 804 1026 1035 1043 10 49 1068 1106 1114 1125 It licensee After much comment and conversa- Â¬ tion the body adjourned 9 21 nt pin ImPI I I Kswta droctista IJI19 Fwfand ky ft I KeoJ ft lemnMau Best Hoods m ajur AM Co Hm Mir WH to Mm wim Hoods Barttparjiu 8 07 7 38 Evil after etcte sever follow the use TS1 301 Hf dirU T 16m tpm of Dr Bells Peppenalat Chill Tonic Trains Nos 41 and 41 make It lea pleasant liver laxative It makes viogton dally tacept Sunday connection at Ir with trains to and rteh red bo mI It asakee stout sound from HanUniWK Uvkitik d Vordsvlllc skancb bone It mke Hh It wake rosy Oaiy Hm ruMbitc Pastor Cart between Louis IPJtKV WWMIM direct line cheeks All of this curee cUille so Uy vllk Owsnskoio and H4rsoR Oaly IxforMtUoa pm to Um North and Xaet For tarther nr anaiws ahmi or 4ay euretl Dealers tfttaranUe it Short call I 0VWm4AwTrA tr unwniTw a OPAj A Hay J uUUIe Ky Off4uboto Ky 926 12 C2 932 1309 Keada 9IU Spottavllla 947pm if 17 9 Stew 1124 BaiMtt Wlflpm 240nmir 11 46pm 1161 1165 llUara Sklllman Hawesvllle 1ctrle Falcon I ewlport Waltman Powers Patee Owcniboro MattlnKly Orlft A btanley Wortnlngtoo 1121 1112 11 W 1063 1045 1037 1021 1020 1016 1007 1002 9 69 9 46 9 40 9 27 9 9 8 8 8 i8 641 ttJO Louisville and Evansville STEAMEKS 618 610 660 5J4 83 P D M E G RAGON Ilyan Maitar Penny Matter W A Bishop Purser L T Conner Purser 6 42 6 30 5 22 TARASCON J 1rom is j p m 6 40 pm City Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river lor detail Information retarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc address US BROWN DUtrict Pats Ticket Agent HROS W lly ill nd Klnln f fill I or J M CHRSSBROUC1W General Igienger A cent Cincinnati Ohio is 15 a m 7 13 am j so a m Wei- t- jta m THAJNS AIUIIVE 1315 noon 140 p m A 1 518 515 5 03 5 CO 4 49 l SI IVAIirak VB9IH General Passenger Agent Ctecinaall Ohio TELL CITY R II Ballard Master W B Newbell 917 0 03 64 47 38 8 07 8 02 7 68 827 818 3 44 8 33 440 413 418 419 113 4 0i 113 Purser P D STAGGS Ball except Saturday between LoultTllIe and lfevr Ataitrrdaio Freight ihlppea by this line delivered quick er than by rail TraTilers will And the steamers are asw passed la equipment and accoanoifeetoai The best cullnar ir employed u tmki aid he aenu Is eual to that of the iioeeie General oficts ITS d 178 dtjtAvvaiM Pk y a A a s L 329 762 745 8 24 32 83 bt B98sklHliiiiteaMiiririSi84eeee484aeBa THE BRKOKENRIDQE Breckenridge News NETWS OLOYERPORT KV Tutts Pills ARE Â¬ MMMiiuktuiaai 5 Alorzo Fallen Is sick PERSONAL BRANDENBURG Tho cry of Ice id beard Srf292BMBiiaVaBBe WEDNESDAY JUNE 10 1897 This is good lcmonndo weather Build Bomo cottages before next fall Jen Miller Sample wai Len Friday Miss Jenny Calloway Is quito sick at The flouring mill will soon bo In oper Her Donald Urant went to Loulitllle Mon day ation tho lfeyscr House LOCAL BRfcVITIES Henry of Wot Pulnt nas In town Wo aro nil in ft good humor tn this An ice plant would bo a good paying Wednesday EPJBJBJtyajBBjyR5VeBBJBajBBpBa Investment in this cltv littlo bnrg For lunch go to Itlcdels Mn W K Minor of Addlion wss In the UlBorn to tho wife of Leon MtGavock city Ftlday Social affairs will be dull tilt tho sum Â¬ YOU Mens green shoes latest Blyl i odiurutiy h iiuu gin uauy Mill Krama Tlnlui ti at Illtea llun flitt- Â¬ mer visitors begin to arrive zers ing her liter K Minor Miss The Vino Grove Is visiting V Cloverport ball players are hard to his bestHon W farming is putting In James Mattingly of Henderson was In her auntDuvall Sof 0 Martin Mrs licks now S Initrn constitution undermined by ex- Â¬ town Sunday tun Mrs Hardin of lidiburg visited her The fat men of this town aw getting 11 S Slclllmnn Tow llntn suits nro cool try one travagance in eating by disre- Â¬ of Itardlnibrg was n qultu a reputation as bull players Bon Dr J M Hardin last week town Iri t neek Sulzers garding the laws of nature or Mis Llizio Nevitt spent last week Mrs Beavln Tucker has added n very Mn Chirlei I Sklllman hm returned from Hardlnsburg was well represented at pretty witli her aunt Mrs It II Nevitt porch to her house on Murray Morganfleld physical capital all gone if so tho show M The Scientific men lay over one hair of the sickness and avouuo and Mr J M org tQ Fiuntalo were In Mr Burton and Mr Hardest will tonn Monday Tow Linen salts fur theso hot sultry contagious diseases could be prevented If the people take a summer course at some collnge LoulsOBrlen who has been in fall Â¬ days Suiters Waller Smart went to Ioulullle Sunday would tako the proper precaution to prevent them In a ing health for several month- - is rapidly Tutts Liver Pills will cure you MIbs Alice Brandenburg of Vino returning Monday Light wcltflit underwear for all ages improving recent article In the Scientific American one of the Grove is visiting Mrs Tempe Simmons For sick headache dyspepsia Mr and Mr Hugh OurJIncr of Irvlngton and szs Sulks leading germ olonlsts of this country says In my expe- Â¬ Zick Hardin is all smiles its a fl 10 were in tonn Friday Mia Maggie Curtur- was tho guest of sour stomach malaria torpid rience with the germs of typhoid fever cholera diph- Â¬ Btraw lints for the hot dayp we have a girl nud made its appearance Friday John Durki of Itenderion nrriroj In the MIbs Agnes Worland Saturday and Sun Â¬ theria and other contagious diseases I find that they dandy line Sulxns city Sunday eenlng liver constipation biliousness morning day readily succumb to A young In ly Is SRent for tho Imis Dr William Mllner of Union Star was In Â¬ LLjht hogsheads of Brtckemldge counMsaJen Hardin went to Irvlngton and all kindred diseases the city yeiterday vllle lost in Cannelton ty tobacco sold in Louisville last week at last Saturday to attend her church serMill Cora Clajcotni of Oweniborj Ii the 1 0 per hundred pounds Mens and boys Btraw hats new stjles vices guist ol Jim Mablo Uanon t prices cheap Suits Childrens Day was obbuived at the Thanks aro due Bud Pries W I Alice Poweri and Mra William AM Mn People wero coming to town Friday by lresbterina church Sunday with a vulud relatltes here lait week Ashcraft and James Bickerstall for tank one of the best and cheapest disinfectants now In use 7 oclock to see the show very Interesting program tanco In music Mn Jamei O Stephen of Alta Vlitn I am glad ono Brandenburg pupil carried Take a half gallon or as much a you like and sprinkle wlilto duck pants for tho hot Prof J II B Logan of Clojorjiort is ijient WeJneiday tn tho city Mens Capt Ryan of Rugon gavo tho young off nn honor I wish all had fallen to It around old outhouses pig pens stables or where dlih Waih Holt and A J Irons of IIolii Bot Â¬ folks a dance last weok whilo the boat our own summer days Suzsrs an applicant for tho position of Principal boys or girls I dont like for water Is thrown or around the eaves of the house damp tom wore in town Wednosduy lay at tho wharf See the bargain lot of mens summer in our school Cannelton Enquirer imported material to capture the beet plaoes and the like Weit View J 11 coate and vests William Victor Bowmer went to Har last weekSpencer ofthe cropi wero wai In town Suzns I never knew dry goods as cheap Our gifts Tho Judgs were entirely impar- Â¬ and laid Improving tial felt no interest except to perform Crndo carbolic acid will clean your dinsburg Monday Lis home he being Will Hale and Mill Nellie Bruner ipent merchants aro proving that competition quite ill It is to be hoped nothing seri- Â¬ Sunday at Chamberi the guesti of relatives Is the life of trade duty Perfect satisfaction was given by yards of all decaying matter Sulzjrs A L Battles of Cannelton ipent ireral Miss Fannie Ditto is visiting her son their decisions Company have sold their ous will develop Smart Notice the artistic scenery on tho side dayi with his brother K M liatles lait Dick and other relatives in Owensboro stock of furnishing goods to A J Grow week STEPHENSPORT and Daviess county The infant child of Mrs Effie McAhT wall of the office at tho Mitchell Hotel Mr and Mn er of Hardini can you tell what tho proprietor Intends burg were gueiti Reuben Mil Id the city Misjes Bettie Clarkson and Myrtle of relatives ter is very ill at this writing with brain lait Arthur Blaine lias returned from to make out of it week Moorman of Big Spring are gursts of fever Just as you want It we can supply your wants You per- Â¬ Florida Next Sunday will be Missionary day William Sterrett cf Haweirllle Republi Â¬ Mrs G II Casperke When you write to an advertiser tell haps can save a doctors bill or help your neighbors keep can candidate fur Stato Senate waa In town Lewis Stiles Valley Station is with Let Big picnic at the time honored resort him you saw his ad in the BiiECKENitiDOK at the Methodist Sunday School Fridaj off the dread contagious diseases that are now prevailing U 0 Lewis everyone make an effort to make the News Sulphur Wells July 3rd when you will Bring your can bucket or Jug and get some and try it Her and Mn W B Rutledge left yetter collection a large one Mrs Will Lenuin Hardlnsburg is day morning for Mt Waihington to rlilt her meet nearly every body in tho county We have Allens Foot Eose Come It cleans it purifies kills all bad smells Its a fever visiting Mrs R A Smith Mr Henry Boyd has resigned his parenti Mr James Bland had numerous guests and get a sample package it will do you germ destroyer we have It position in tho Treasury department at Mill Jenle Kjler of Fateivllle was In the whoso names I did not learn It was Mis EN Metcalfe has returned from god Sulzers Washington to accept a position with city lait week the guo t of Mill Lula open bouse with every one on commence- Â¬ a visit to her parents at Falls of Rough Nk holai Wild Cherry Phosphate is good the a New York corporation Miss Mary Allen Chenault was the ment da s most popular drink of the season try a Dr William Oage of New Albany Ind Tho News is informed that Geo O ipent Saturday with Prof J II II Logan Richardson Anderson and Park Booth guest of Miss Blanche Moseley last bottle Sulzers Patton president of the Patton Vltrlfled and family Big Bend were guests of Mrs 0 S Grin weok Picnics and festivals aro now in order Mines Clara Heiton and Ophelia Miller n ells family Saturday to attend the Brick works contemplates starting the Will ivelsoy Cincinnati is visiting Wo print tho bills at a momenta notice and Mr Sllai Pate were in town Friday t 3X works sometime next month his grandparents Mr and Mrs Wm olocutionary contest tako in the ihow Prices lower than anybody Petitt Tho Cincinnati Cooperago Company Our genial editor Mr 1 M Duncan Mn L W Ada mi and baby Clarence of From now on we deliver fresh bread purchased of Jo Beavln white oak Loulivlll are viittlng her parent Mr and got up nbbby programs for the com- Â¬ Childrens Day will be observed at to all our customers dally Let us sup- Â¬ has S5X3Ss Mn D V Wllion timber to the amount of 400 and Charlie mencement Ills column and notes on the Methodist church tho fourth Sun Â¬ ply you with bread Sulzers Mln Cornelia Ditto of Brandenburg ii samo aro creditable in every way Mattingly to tho amount of 300 day in this month with her couilm Mines Addle Louise and A good crowd went from hero Monday Mr Jas Payno and daughter Mies Tho following postmasters have been Mildred Dabbaje Tho small boys happiest dajs are at to attend thegamo of ball between tho Tho pinnacle of his earthly am- Â¬ Lena attended his brothers funeral at Chai Ryan Mike Popham and ten Erncit hand fats of this city and tho fats of appointed J W Pate McQuady E M Jolly Irvingtou J L Curtis Glen and Dr J L Moorman went to Owensboro bition is to stay in tho river longer than Lodiburg Saturday Hawesvillo yesterday tnorniog some other similar struck companion Mrs F C Ferry of Henderson is Taylor Wells a highly respected color- Â¬ deano and Lcn Taul Tar Fork Is getting in somo good work these days Mlsi Prayer meeting at tho Methodist will be Lydia Ackley Clarkion of Big Spring Â¬ Tho Rev Mr Pate filled his pulpit as hero to spend some tlmo with her ed man of Addison died Monday morn- Â¬ and you should be prepared to protect with Mill Forrie Hardin Holti Bot V1SLVKiaHHHIMSBZj9 ii usual last Sunday The Roy Mr Jen- mother Mrs E II Miller ing of heart disease after an illnes3 of church Thursday evening at 8 oclock tom for a few weeks yourself from his scorching rays for ho kins was absent Ills placo was supplied and Friday evening at tho same hour Mrs Joe Williams and her two daugh several weeks Mr and Mn Chrli Ahl of Hardlosburg will bo with us for some time and the weather men Bay hell League business meeting were In town Friday cook overyono in his reach if theyre not clad in our It was Mrs Ahli first by the Rev Mr Farrell who preached ters of Bowling Green spent soveral One 25 cent bottle of Wild Cherry Epworth visit here tn four join morning and nlgbt days last week with Mrs 0 II War ad- Â¬ II L NewBom is making quite an Phosphate makes four gallons of delic- Billy Sterrott and Eugene McAdami were When summer did como it came in lingtou loud boverpgj invigorating to both old dition to bis dwelling house on First panengeri on yesterday mornlngi out bound earnest The thermometer danced glee- Â¬ street enlarging two rooms under the train fur Hardlniburg Misa Williams will return to her home and young Sulzjrs Wo now have everything that is desirable in the way of Mln Mary RIdgley Griffith came home fully round the 00s last Saturday and in Evansville soon accompanied by Mr Edwin Hennen of Cannelton and a supervision of Kingsbury and Mayhall Mr Mitchell has converted tho vacant Sunday night after a prolonged visit to Sunday and for the first time this sea- and Mrs 0 II Watliugton and son prominent young attorney of that place frlendi at Cincinnati Goods Un- Â¬ Goods son femininity rejoiced in shirt waist Edgar Lee I has brought suit against Miss Daisy Mar- - room at the Eist end of the Cloverport Mr Jen Weatherholt and Mill Nettle comfort Hotel into an attractive office The for- Â¬ Harrington were in Pateivllle Sunday the Mrs M Blaine has returned from lataall for 3000 for slander Music on the piano and voices in open Louisvillo where sho purchased more Irvin Richardson came over from Gar mer office will be used as tho dining gaeita of Mill Jesse Kyter Wel Â¬ field lost Friday on his wheel to see the room Mill Margaret Sklllman who has been air amount to very little The pupils millinery goods for the Blalno Mr Thos Payne and Mrs S A Rob attending Oxford College In Cincinnati arriv Â¬ are all young and really should not lington firm tiaw He made the run a distance of ed home lait Thursday evening sing at all I would prefer not to have We are giving bargains overy day in Summer FurnishlngP and ortson wife of Mr Allen Robertson both Miss Georgia Hawkins entertained bout twenty miles in two hours take special pains in fitting you up comfortably for tho hot Mlnei Mable Canon Cora Clay comb and them sing if it could be helped Wish her friends last Thursday evening in summer months Prices suited to tho times hard times too Allens Foot Ease will cure blistered well known and prominent people liv- Â¬ Mn John Paulo ipent Tuesday with Mr we could havo had the band both nights ing in the Lodiburg neighborhood died and Jin F 0 Pauley Holts Bottom honor of Mr Porter of Louisville Bet sore spot and that sore feeling Mr J W Lewis and daughters Misses Those prosent were Mrs Jas Brashear Mr and Mn John dalloway and little ion prinkle it in the bottom of your shoe last week Lula Mary and Bess have returned from Mrs Jas Crawford Misses Helen Bra Dukei ipent Friday with their There will bo a crowd of young peo- Â¬ near free Sample on second floor Sulzers parenti Mr and Mn William Ualloway ttio iNasiivllle exposition They were shear Georgia and Bertha Petitt Jim Meadows has made a great itn ple go to Cannelton Thursday on the Mill Sada Birk an accompllibed young lady there McKinley day when everything Mitta McCubblns and Messrs Will steamer Cloverport to participate in a jrovement in the old Bates farm on the who haa been the gueit of Mils Mary Moor- Â¬ was in gala attire for the second Repub Kelsey and Geo Jainerson JOLLY STATION ke lie has built new fences filled up musicale which takes place that night man left for her home in Owemboro Thurs llcan President who has honored the fair in tho opera house for the benefit of the day L tagulloya and it now looks like a new To Cure A Cold In One Day South with his presenco for bo long a Presbyterian church of this city Mr and Mn Alf Hennln of Haweivillo Mrs CHIT Duncan has been on the sick ace time Jarrett Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets The Christian church people are con- Â¬ and Mn Kateand Mn of Stepbeniport were KA LThe Nkwb is in receipt of Fancy Fowls gueiti of Mr Klnam Fri The music class has closod for the sum- Â¬ All Druggists refund tho money if it fails list but is better templating purchasing tho Cooper pro- Â¬ day TV When you Go vA Thero is only about half a crop of tc Iiuonthly poultry journal published in mer I will be lonely without the pu- Â¬ to Cure 25c For Salu by R A Shell Mn David Culiey after a visit to her pils to whom I was warmly attached office of tho Hopkinsville Keutuck- - perty on the corner of Elm and Second bacco set In this vicinity man Stephonsport Ky to be used as church property pirentrat Sandy Hill returned last AVednes of which Chas M Meacham is edi- - streets Most of them will be with mo again this v HarJinsburs Bro Dugan preached us a good sermon nr T The News hopes that the enterprise will day her slater Miss Matilda Alhcraft came fall I will havo a number of smaller with her and manager It is a striking jour-lost Sunday and Sunday night Notes By the Way and should meet with a hearty sup- - go through as tho location isa desirable Let tho children begin Judge Mlllon Board of Hardlniburg came ones on the roll Littlo Mary Mordue Beulah and Er- Â¬ Mrs Kate Bennett has tho best field down Saturday to meet hli daughter Min early more satisfactory results are at- Â¬ rt The subscription price is 25 cents one AT THE nest RubIi have all been on tho sick list Irene wbe has been attondlng school in of wheat we have Been It will bo ready Captain Penny on his return trip tained every time rear Ruiiellville for a few days but are up again for tho harvest next week Jayid Culiey moved his family to Thursday with the Str Taroscon re- Â¬ The sound money men of Kentucky Mlssoi Catherine Breeding from Hardlnsburg Bro Mrs 0 E Cornwell Louisville who mained at the wharf for nearly two Muldraugh and Mrs and Mattle Wlhers of have arrayed themselves against the Tom Chandler of Louis etoria last Wednesday Mr Culiey preached us a good sermon on tho fifth Only 100 Per Day II take charge of the Breckenridge hours and gave the young people a most ville are gueiti of Miss Klliibeth Hall of Chicago and Frankfort platforms afresh has been visiting her paronts Mr and Sunday in May Wo all love to hear Mrs W J Dean Glendeane returned delightful dance the music was excell- Â¬ Webiter toll week apanys Limited store at that place It strikes mo now is not just the time to him and hope he will come again 0 L Oambrel with Chamberlain Wllo Gregory who has had charge for ent Everyone present certainly appre Medicine Co Dei Moines the who Ii itate fight free silver The Democratic party homo Saturday 0 There is to be a missionary meeting the hospitality of the clover Cap agent with headquarteri at Lexington wai in is making a much fiercer fight in its own Mr and Mrs Chas Mook Louisville rai years uas resigned and moved ciated held at Corinth on the first Saturday in tho city lait Weaneiday iiis city where he will go into the tain lines than ogilnst the enemy A house went down to the Falls of Hough Mon- Â¬ Good Sample Rooms day to enjoy the cool and refreshing air July There will bo speaking morning Mr Henry W Herndon and family Mn A A LaUelit and lister Mlsi Sallle divided against itself etc rf business and evening with dinner on the ground Miller of Waihington D 0 went to Har- Â¬ crowd at the of that beautiful summer resort There was an dsville Express says Mr Aris of Louisville who every Bummer go to dlniburg lait week to ipend a day with Little Ermine Bland daughter of Mr Jabe Haynes Union Star cold his eld the popular young fireman on the Doe Run Sulphur Springs near relatives They alio went to Naihville to Methodist church last Saturday night Brandenburg aro there now and have take In tho Expoiltlon The contestants in elocutiou received crop of tobacco last week at the hand Â¬ and Mrs Horace Bland of this place Texas engine happened to a serl- 080 and 440 died on the Oth Inst and was buried at Mn Joe Robertion and children who have beautiful flowers from admiring friends some price of 1100 ccident Tuesday morning He was fitted up the old Herndon Mill property for those seeking a summer outing been the gueiti of Mrand Mrs Henry Wlndel Tho girls looked like a rosebud garden Mr Haynes believes in quality more Corinth church Funeral preached by is engine making preparations to None but the County Survejor to do your kin for several week returned to their home Bro Dugin and was attended by a large work He lithe authorized Survejor of the out when the glass tube on the This building is a five story stone struc- at Earlington lait Saturday Tney were the young men handsome and command than quantity and it pays him County Is an eipelrnced workman and number of friends who extend their ing The first year of Brandenburg Nor- Â¬ knows his business lie is also Notary liUic guage bursted and ono piece ture where one can enjoy the rest and accompanied by Mill Winnie Wlndelkln The Flood Bros near Stephonsport heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved par- Â¬ writes Deeds and takes AcLnowleugemcdts quietude of life It is quite a pictureshim under the eye lacerated the Menn David 0 Herndon of Loulivllle mal has been a grand success Every- Â¬ raised last year 40 hhds of tobacco and Charges always lteasonaMe ents to the bono inflicting a very pain- - que place haa beautiful sconery and and Henry W Waihington of New York and body delighted Atldressj last week they finished delivering 800 Mln Addle 0 Ditto of Loulivllle came down Mrs Don Rush gavo a quilting beo wound The accident will disable the water has a wide reputation for its Saturday and remained until Sunday evening worth of slllngld blocks Tho Flood James Lano Allens Choir Invisible medicinal properties on the 0 of May which was attended by Tho accomoda- Â¬ the gueiti of Mr and Mn J D Babbigo for several days farmers has placed him foremost among authors Bros aro hurtling tions are of tho very best and you will a number of ladies Those pre- Â¬ We Kentucklans most especially think F J Ferry wife and ion Toot left Wed COUNTY SURVEYOR Ferd McGohce has one of the finest quito baso ball club composed of the rnlss a treat if you fail to spend a week neiday for Old Point Comfurt Mr Ferry it an attractive book sent were Mrs Joe DeJernette Mrs HARDINSBURG KY that leads into looking orchards in the county The ht nf tMn nltv wont In Trnwoavlllo been has bein In very poor health takos the there The rates are reasonable Zach DeJernette and sister Miss Amelia trip hoping that It will bo a benefiolal to him charmed reigons It puts one In touch troes aro all young thrifty and many of play the fats of that place Jay to Mr They expect to be gone about a month with the varied and wonderful life that thorn will bear fruit this season Mr Squires Mrs Nelson Jolly Mrs Sam game was exceedingly exciting from M A McCracken Louisville and Mrs DUKES spring about us from all sides but of McGehee cultivates and looks after his Jolly Mrs Eliza Hendricks and daugh Â¬ art It is reported that the Hawec- accompanied them which many have never thought Tho orchard the same as ho docs any other ter Mrs Itessa Miller Mrs Dud Miller club kept putting in men from Mrs Lula Miller Mrs CI Iff Duncan and wide popularity of the book the com- Â¬ product of his farm Jaok Smiley is remodeling a part of laboring towns but with their assist- Mrs James Lyons Misses Lula and BIG SPRING his residence plementary criticisms prove its merit could not defeat the fats of this Tho Cincinnati Cooperago Company Clara DeJernetto Sudio Wilson Annie and tho boundless interest a public feels will haul to Stephensport this We are having fine wiathor for farm There was some dissension and Bummer Jolly Ltda Lyons Mattle McGary Sallle 0 F Morris is home for a short stay in it six Innings were played the score ers to clean their crops and fall over half million staves and to Jolly Tho young ladies quilted one to the wlfeofltobt Dowell ou School days are over for a season The this town a million This company is ling 15 to 13 in favor of the Clover- Nearly everybody went to Oloverpord oBorn quilt while tho married ladies quilted cloBiig ol Brandenburg Normal bos cast putting lotsof money afloat club Friday to see the show in this coun- Â¬ another the young ladles finished first Mrs Carrie Oryder after an illness of a gloom over us We miss the ringing ty flssos Forrle Hardin and Clarkson They have done more business and wero given a party at night and Times never get so hard that a show of the bell we miss the many cheerful during the past two with plajs and delightful iiile returnlug home Saturday even- - doesnt pack oil a few nlcklea and dimes several months died Sunday Juno Oth months than during ed to enjoy themselvesmusic all Beem Mrs Rush Mr Phillip Noel a promisirg young faces of the morry pupils wo miss the the whole of OU And yet thero are wishes to thank all tho ladles that were carao pretty near meeting with a Mrs Molllo Hardin of near Pellville weekly coming together on Fiiday evo croakers who say times are not improv Â¬ present for their kind assistance attorney of Ilrandenhurg was here last rloua accident but coma out unlnjurspent Saturday night with her parents We will miss teachers and pupils at ing week Tho horso they were driving is a at this place PERSIMMON FLAT Miss Georgia church Sunday School in fact eyery M y vicious animal and was frightened Mr John Meador and Charlie Dean of the firm of W J Mrs A in line Tindle is right sick with Uusol were guests of Miss Etta Gross of where their smiling countenances greet- Â¬ Dean Sons Glendeane says they have the evening passenger train and at- W S King wont to Cannelton Satur Â¬ Unless you need them nml ed us They are gone and wo wilt novor kmpted to run but the vehicle hit a congestion and flux and her son Homer Vertress last Sunday the finest crop of wheat on their place day then only i uiie drugs such as haa had bilious fdver but ia able to go all be together again Parting separa- Â¬ this year they havo ever raised FA Cox and Miss Alice Swan of Vine mp and u upset lhe young around We Mr Jas Johnson went to Hawesvllle are sold by responsible drug- Â¬ One cross in Wo among the Grove were the guests of Dr Strothor tion Urn were thrown and considerably have 110 acres sod land which we Saturday many gists We keep only the best Rev S J Rltchey will preach at the and sister last Sunday rulaed up but not seriously hurt broke very early plowing it deep and Sunday School at Hltos Run is pro Â¬ Miss Lydia Ackley Clarkson one of That is the great distinction to was called to the O P church the aacond Sunday In July Tho elocutionary contest came off last harrowing it well before sowing and it gressing very nicely Pr A A Simons Session on Saturday evenour most popular young ladies Is visit- Saturday night as advertised and proved has paid us one day last week by Dr Kin- - at 11 a m be looked for when tho time He thinks it will yield Thomas Manning wai elected trusteo ing relatives at Holts Bottom a most pleasant Interesting event not less than 25 bushels to the acre helot of HardinBburg requesting him ing before at 2 oclock comes that you need them Miss Mary McMeador has returned lliere wore seventeen candidates alt ot 110 says the crop In his neighborhood Is of Persimmon Flat district My arretted a lot of Indian who In the lost few days tho weather has Nowhere else will you find so Lee Payne who has beou ill for some Â¬ Mm roaming over the county practicing gotten considerable warmer which with from Vine Grovo whero ho was the whom Acquitted themselves with great generally gxxl complete a stock A good we are glad to say la better credit Hewitt Nail of Hardin county The following is what we pick up time iaa ami would Ilka reach this point showers and a contlnuatioa of warm guest of Misa Blanche Burkhart tlmo now to begin that medi- Â¬ Childrens Day exercises were held at received the medal and well d served It about the tobacco crop In Breckonrldge that day r bat Ui doctor wm later inform weather crops will grow rapidly and Mrs Jas Johnson made a fly Mr cine the Methodlat church last Suaday A IJe waa aolI p amaed graceful spoke county Glendeane full crop McDanlela ing trip to Sklllman Station Friday wltfe lb principal one had crowed Willie Clark ad Jack Smiley are cut Â¬ good crowd waa out and several from a distinctly with fine features aajrly feat jnornlajr Im the Mlasee not more than 10 per cent of an average ItM Tho cut worms are doing much dam We carry a corwpk toVmdto ting dowa the Bakar hill on the road Aut Hatalltof aad Lula Bland received crop Hardlnabuig Hot over half a crop tvtablf twa ywng MM aod o woman HawMvllk Whwi eowplated will be a diataace aga to the corn crop In this vicinity known patent jm Mlasas Battle CIarkoJ aad Myrtk second honor aad there waa only a aell Sapheaapoit about oaa forth c f a crop VHA two vaaoaa wo Iwlongad to Ui There will be preaching at Illtaa Ru to tha travaliag public PRscrip- oormaet are vialtlug rc Wttivaa I Bmm Toikt goods of party that bad praWooalr eroaawl Tba great help per eaut difference between them ad Unlan Star oo fMrth of a crop Rataa church tho third Sunday ia Juaa Ray Flnley Burnett and wife naar Faiaa daabuig and attending the eamaeee Mr Nail Plua Yatee not the medal in and Ottttar about half a crop Ia soww ti o Fricaa riariit vofflu won a bah eoatalaing two pia Jeaeph DuggltMi will pfeach All ara peatnaaehlp Tietor Bpauldiug aecood aaciio iaU and a buoy knlfa 8ba Bald tb pao vllle eame to Duka Saturday to vlalt waut exefeiaitt tfia praaahoppara deatroyad all cordlaly Invltad to attad Ha wm bara but hoaot- - Bill Hamilton waa the laoky boy Ua ftfat plaatlmj Tha crop aa a whola hort pla of Uiia atata wera mum Tttay waia his pastel AMON WMI Kf-T- H MM Tmv Ma wta for riftjr CUk 1st Mr Hardaatyi room he weaia the WlHavaraaw about Bo par MtU ol an raaatad to LaitobfltUl bot war ralaaa tima whaa bht wlfa waatakaa ill and Oands Cathartic our touitlpaUo forever OuaraaUwl wAmm baMt mtkm vaak medal tor prodcieBcy in panwariahip avaraffa crop 0 had to bo takes back home ia a wagon wuaw ji vuuiaiicuruagiawraaai Ma wroc Mo4 pun Maii aHi aajiaiaT BADIN8BUAO XT Cure All STOPl Ild Liver Ills mm BANKRUPTinheaUh Danger Ahead NEVER DESPAIR - Â¬ Tutts Liver Pills an absolute cure Crude Carbolic Acid By the Pint By the Quart By the Gallon SULZERS Old Sol Â¬ Â¬ ijiUM 4ii3sflfl Cool Summer Wearing Apparel Â¬ Summer Dry and Dress derwear Shoes and Slippers Light Summer Suits Straw Hats Parasols Umbrellas Fans Etc W E BROWN 5jSSj rv IRVINGTON Â¬ Jfc M Â¬ i STOP BARNES HOUSE Â¬ Best Accommodations YOU SHOULD EMPLOY Â¬ Â¬ i CHINTZ ROYALTY Dont use Drugs Â¬ Â¬ wu - re I XIXCHaOt 5Jf Vir - tprxpi- - rifWSKr 6 Breckenridge WKDNE iDAY THi News 10 1807 I JUNE Carbuncles Appoared Each Soason Until Blood Was Purified With Hoods Sarsn parllla An Indolent Ulcer SAM SHACKELFORD G For several years 1 Was troubled with carbuncles on my left sldo and my back Sons Personal History And Traits They would disappear In winter and re- Â¬ turn tho next summer I began taking ef The Nomi Â¬ Hoods Sarsaparilla and have never had nee any carbuncles since My little son had a ecr and an Indolent ulcer appeared on his left limb and spread half way around Our physician recommended a blood It HE IS A FARMERS SON purifier and I gavo tho boy Hoods A Sarsaparilla with gratifying results O D James Tolkvllle Miss Bamnel Shackelford Is a farmers son 1 have been a great sufferer from mus- Â¬ lie was born tutrty flvo years ago in many cular rheumatism and In October began Hopkins county and has worked I continued taking Hoods Sarsaparilla a day on the farm lie has served his January when I could go nnd Its uco until people in a nurabor uf capacities about as well as any one and I havo had was never found wanting lie is a self I W MlNNICK no aeuto pains since utado man Grand Isle Louisiana He was made sergeant a nrms of the statu BHiito just after reaching liis majority and soon bicamo n familiar H sold liy all druggists lrlcoSUstxforgB T figure in Frankfort being beloved by r7l aro tlio only pill to tike all wno knew him Subsequently he HOOU S FlIIS wltli Hoods Baroparllla went to Otfensborn where he was given a position in the sheriffs office and feated either Greene or Shackelford sin Â¬ after working In this capacity for a gle handed He lost his natural strength number of years was made auditors In the First District by Watson combin- Â¬ agent which position he has tilled with ing with Greene and in Eastern Kentuccredit to himself and gain to the state ky by Ford combining with Shackelford Only recently he discovered a miser who With all this to carry ho still held tho was worth 00000 and had not paid any key to the situation Gusmado a mag- Â¬ taxes for twenty years The amount nificent race due was 12000 Mr Shackelford is considered ono of History the best young buslnesn men in the From the New York Sun state He is especially fitted for posiIf the principle of making a tarifTfor tions which require closo application revenue only on which tho Democrats and a clear head Wlillo acting as tho national election of 1802 and auditors agent ho was sent to virions carried Groyer Cleveland President for a most mado parts of llio state and uivon tho second term had been honestly aud logimportant assignments Ho is known Â¬ full ically applied by those to whom the peoall ovor the state and will gt the ple committed tho power of legislation voto of tho party tho tariff law would now bo substantially Â¬ Hoods Sarsaparilla Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ visiting her slater Mrs Will Jolly Mrs Conn near Stephensport was taken suddenly ill Saturday night We will probably havo Childrens Day here the third Sunday In August Mr nnd Mrs Kugone Conner and children visited in Rome Intl last Sun Â¬ day Messrs Pomp Brumfleld A J Bonnet and Letcher Brown aro our school trus- Â¬ tees We need a d pot very much and ac cording to contract wo ought to havo one Master Vatco P Hardin of Onrensbo ro is visiting his cousin Master Brico Jolly Mrs II O GibBon who has been suf- Â¬ fering from a badly cut foot is almost well again Rov Kelley will not be here to fill his appolntmont tho third Sunday but will preach hero the fourth Miss Nellie Cashman of Raymond will teach our school Slio taught us a good school two years ago The big fine fish which are caught about the Falls of Siukirg all slip off the hooks and jump back Into tho creek Some excuse is better than none Mrs Hughs Frymire of Preston was down visiting her old home last week When sho returned home her little sister Anna Miller accompanied her for a two weeks stay Mr E Baker of tho Lion store here was made quite happy last Friday by a visit from his mother and brother of Patesvllle Mrs Baker will make Sam Â¬ ple her home in tho near future We feel sad over tho news of tho deaths of Mrs Allen Robertson and Mr T Quito a crowd Payne of Lodiburg from this place attended tho ico cream supper at Mr Conns near stephensport last Saturday evening Â¬ Â¬ BRKGKKNRIDGK NEWS GUOYERPORT KY PANES CELERY COMPOUND ajtmrnmnssss w ssssssttmmmtK 1 g The Greatest Remedy in the World It Makes People Well i P g-- WE CAN SAVE YOU M0NEY On practically everything that a Farmer or Housebuilder buys either in the line of Tools or Ma- terials Let us give you our pri- ces and terms Heres a Good Tiling to Start On i 3 3 J 3 -- M B pWKhw mWA ililiilii I Mm BF draft expenses - ffliU There s one Inn specific for diseases arising from a dehllltitcd nervous system and that is Iainos celery compound so generally prescribed by physicians It Is probably tho most remarkable remedy that tho scientific research of this country lias produced lrof Edward K Fhclps M 1 LL D of Dartmouth col I ego first prescribed what Is known tho world over as Iainos celery compound a positive cure for dyspepsia biliousness liver complaint neuralgia rheumatism all nervous diseases nnd kidney troubles For the latter Faines celery compound has succeed- Â¬ ed again and again where every thing elso has failed L THE HiATFOIlM Of TIIK KENTUCKY DEMOC- as follows GARRETT Our Literary is doing nicely All we need Is better order Miss Laura Tindall is visiting rolatives in Indiana this week Thomas Downs fell from a horse Sun Â¬ day and broke his arm Bert Fife of Louisville is ylslting friends in this community Harry Smith who has been attending school at Brandenburg has returned home Mr Will Crutcher of Vino Groye was here last week looking for farmers who are needing bludeiB Mr Jim Coleman and wife of Hardin county visited Mrs Oiborno and family Saturday and Sunday Miss Lnla Crutcher who is attending the conservatory of music at Cincinnati with Mrs Whitehead of Vino Grove writes that she is well pleased aud is progressing nicely in her music RACY That wo hereby re affirm our faith in the principles sst forth and enunciated in the platform adopted by tho Democratic party in the National Convention held at Chicago in July 1890 as the platform of tho Democracy of Kentucky Second That tho principles adopted and set forth in that platform are the true principles of Democratic faith and we urge upon true Democrats to stand by them at all times aud under all cir- Â¬ cumstances and conditions Third Wo indorse the canvas made by William J Urjan the nominee of of the Democratic paity for the presi dency in tho last election Wo commend its wisdom approve it as just and fair to all parties arid all intetess of our cotniion country Wo recognize in him tho fearltsj orator and statesman aud the great champion of tho peoples righti sgninst the money power the monopolist the syndicates and trusts Wo pledgu tho support of united Democ Â¬ racy in our state Fouitb Wo condemn the dishonesty corruption and Incompetency of the prtseut State administration It lias resulted in disorder encouraged crime and increased the burden of an already o vei taxed and oppressed people 1 lie Democratic party has Fifth always been and is still the friend and protector of the laboring man whether in the field mine or workshop and we recommend tho passage of such laws that will prevent any competition of products of convict labor against the pro Â¬ ducts of free and honest labor Sixth We remember with pride the heroic ellbrt of our late Senator J C S Blackburn and tbcsj who nobly stood by him in the recent contest to prevent our State from being misrepresented in tho Senate of the United States and wo commend the Democratic members of the legislature fur the successful defeat of the inquitous measure to change tho elcctiou laws of the State in the interest of fraud and corruption Jletolied Â¬ Â¬ I All goods brought Into the United States from any other country shall pay a customs duty cf 40 per cent ad valorem II There shall he no free list Kvirylhlng shall pay 40 per cent ad valorem 53 ST 1 Immigration ideas SUBJECT INFORMATION ON THE ASKED OF TRADE UNIONS died Saturday morning May 22 1807 at her home on Third and Pearl Streets Ky She had been ill for many weeks watched over by tho lov Â¬ ing care of her children and attended by two of tho best physicians in tho city Drs Todd and Kimbloy but to no avail for about 2 oclock on that last morning tho death angel came and snapped the tender cord of lifo and boro our loved one across the broad deep waters of Eter- Â¬ nitys sea Funeral services wore held at the house Sunday afternoon conduct- Â¬ ed by Key Morrel pastor of the first Baptist church of that city Afterward her remains wcro borne to Kim wood cemetery where the last sad rites were performed nnd laid ta rest in a lovely spot in that beautiful city of the dead A large procession of mourning friends and relativt s followed her to the grave One son and three darghters survive her J O Itrg rs Oweiibooro Mrs Mary M Lanham Daviess county Mrs Fannie Lloyd iordsville Mrs Lueretia R Stone Falls uf Hough Owonsboro This would have been a consistent aud respectable tariff audit would havo sup Â¬ plied reyenuo enough But the men to whom power was In trusted to make a tarifTfor revenue only proved themselves to be impostors and humbugs Instead of a sincere revenue tariff they made a bastard tariff for pro- Â¬ tection and a deficit Thoy covered themselves with shame and contempt and they destroyed the Democratic party They can never recover but perhaps tho Democracy may yet rise again Â¬ Ilr This Means nu KITort It llclnc Made to i Obtain the Scnto r Organized Labor on tho liulcrntlnn Question in Its Several riiases iJWPATECO JOLLY KY -- It is DEERINGS Ball and Boiler Bearing Pony Binder the Lightest Draft Binder on the Market Sold by Z S 31 S 1 5 HOW TO FIND OUT Notes of the Frankfort Convention From The Ktown New Ollie Jamis made tho best nominating Â¬ Fill a bottle or common glass with urine and let it stand twenty four hours a sediment or settling indicates an unhealthy condition of the kldnnjs When urine status linen it is evidence of kidTco frequent dcslro to ney troube urinate or pain in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad- Â¬ der are out of order WHAT TO no There Is comfort in the knowledge po often expressed that Dr Kelmers Swamp Boot the great kidney remedy fulfils every wish in relieving pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passages It corrects inability to hold urine and scaldiDgpain in passing it or bail effects following use of liquor winu or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being com- Â¬ pelled to get up many times during the night to urinate The mill and the extraordinary effect of Swamp Boot is soon realz d It stands the highest for its wontloiful cures of the most distressing ctses If you need medicine you should hive tho best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar You may have a sample bottle aud pamphlet both sent free by mail Mention tho Breck kniiiikih News and Bend your address to Dr Kilmer A Co Uinghamton N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this offer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ speech Hob Greeuo lost the race by had man MATTINGLY Fred Wise Is very ill at this writing Several from hero attended the show Friday Alton Mattlngly has returned from Nashville Tenn Miss Florenco Wood has returned after a stay of a week In Cloverport Saturday was Magistrate Court day here There were several cases on dock- Â¬ et W B Taul sold his crop of tobacco to W J Deano A Son at Glendeane for V T0 250 and 50c If you have any items for publication in the BitKCKKNitinu News leave them at C B Pates store J W Pate and wife Jolly Station were here last week visiting his parents Mr and Mrs C B Pate C B 1ato has returned from George- Â¬ town College where he has fitted him Â¬ self for the ministry better keep your eye sklnnod Mr Pato or youll lose your clerk A young man In this vicinity Is very anxious to know whether the Duke cor- Â¬ respondent is a married lady or not and if single if she would like an unknown correspondent agement Western Kentucky got everything It went after Urey Woodson managed Shackelfords race admirably The platform is a straight forward dec laration of Democratic doctrine Joe Blackburn was the most popular man in the convention and next in pop- Â¬ ularity was Senator Win Goebel Sam Shackelford tho nominee is an original free silver man He has been for free coinage ever since he has been a voter Tho Fourth DisMct got the pormanent Chairman of the convention in the per- Â¬ son of Senator Fulton and no convention ever had a better or a fairer presiding Â¬ President Juno 14 Gompsrs and tho other membors of tho executive council of tho American Federation of Labor have sent a greeting ou tho immigration question to affiliated unions in order by this means to obtain tho si iiEO of organized labor on tho im migration question in its sovcral phases Tho greeting says Tho subjects has beon divided in inch a maimer so that each member may have a fair opportunity to voto either in favor of or opposed to tho on tiro subject of immigration restriction or upon tho measure and scope of such tcstriction Of courso thoso who aro opposed to Everybody Bays So tho restriction of immigration need Caicarcts Camlv Cathartic tlio most won Â¬ givo llttlo attention to tho manner by derful medical dfscovcry of tlio ago pleas which restriction may bo secured while ant and lofresbing to tho taslo act gently those who aro favorable to restriction and positively ou klduoj s 11 cr nnd bowels can fully discuss and docldo us to tho cleansing tlio cntiio ft stem dispel colds measures of restriction euro licadaclic fover habitual constipation The following aro tho questions sub Â¬ and biliousness Plcoso buy and try a box - 60 cents Hold and mitted of U C C to day 10 guaranteed to euro by all druggists First Does your organization favor amending tho laws of the United States MARKETS to restrict immigration more than it is THE now restricted Itevlevr of the Grain and Uvettook Mnr Second Does your organization faL kets For June 1 vor a provision in the law guarding against criminal and pauper elements Cincinnati Tobacoo Market into tho United States Hhd tho foreign Third Olloilugi for tho week lbJ service andShould immigration consular U3 depart onr Hujeu ions for the vt ook 163J ment bo entrusted with greater powers Aottal alo for tho week Kioulp4 for the week 14 i to cuforco immigration laws llio muiiiKU prlco of the utTeilugi was Fourth Should tho violation of tho IS 5 per 100 pounds against IB 1U tho eor alien contract labor law by employers rirfpumlluu week In lbOO be punishable by imprisonment rittsburjr Fifth Should tho steamship com Ciittlu Prime ti Wi 13 focdor pauics bo hold responsible for a term of UJ bulls stair mid cows U 003 14 years for tho character of their pas Hog8 6i Prime light SJ 6MS 7o heavy W 4jC2J 60 common to fulr U 25 seugors Sixth Should a stricter civil and 1 10 QSOi Shoup Extra 0 good IJ D501 00 common tJ 023 80 choice educational test be ouforced as to qual3 60J ification for naturalization luliili 11 304JI 75 YOl OUV04 6 7S Seventh Should every immigrant bo compelled to declare his intention to Cincinnati Wheat 7J980j Corn 2UKaJo CutÂ¬ becomo a citizen of tho United States tle Soleo ed butchord 1 lutdi U fair to What oilier provision docs your or Â¬ Oti common U 50Q ganization fj 31 medium vor and suggest if auy 3 35 Hogs Seloolcd and p imo butchorv to further tho restriction of immigra- Â¬ 3 4533 n picking IJ sluJ3 45 common tion to rough II b883 vO cihoop IJ 252 0 Organizations whioh cxpoct to be lamb 13 G38 75 represented at the Nashvillo convention Clllotgn of the American Federation of Labor lloai Suloaloil Dutchuri 13 IBuJJ 45 are urged to instruct their delegates so 45 mlxuiitJ Cnttlo Nmlvouor most rnloi It 3534 85 cows that tho convention may fully express II 0 5 and bulls 117533 75 Sbcep IJ 5Ja the real judgment of organized labor on 0 lamb II 0035 75 4 tho subject and unions which will not bo represented aro directed to discuss New Yurk aud voto upon tho question and to re- Â¬ Citttlo tt 5K35 It fchsep 13 0031 5 turn tho voto to hcadquartors not later I amu i t i out ou than Oct 80 1807J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Washington WHAT MAN Would pay fioo for a Twnirr if he thought he could get one to do equally as njuh woik 35 1 fr v Ftrore ft Wll do Ihe woik rf any if o n achinr at the price Machines sent on tiiat to rcjponslble parties M9V -- West Virginia Supply Co Urn Agent Ky and v e i a -- mm w WHEELING W VA ssseerssn ft Dont thin your blood with sassafras or poison it with blue mas but aid nature by using DoWltts Little Early Risers the famous little pills for constipation biliousness and Btomach and livor troubles They are purely vegetable Short flaynes Â¬ egiM rfl3 w w 7 Hi Â¬ Noali Advertised The time of departure of the ark and people who didnt believe in advertising had to stay out in the rain for forty days They undoubtedly changed their views but their post oce address has never been learned Try an nil In the NftWS for That Dull time Keelinf nrtiiiv li hid Juno 12 Tho case of Henry Huff of Brimfleld this county is claiming tho attention of tho medi- Â¬ cal fraternity Huff was stung on tho head by a beo Dizziness dovelopcd followed by total blindness and to add to his temblo sutterings his cutira body is in a stato of convulsions Physicians havo been unable to afford him any ro lief and ho is being slowly tortured to death t j 1 IKntli Lioosirit 4 n Bolls pimples and eruptions scrofula salt rheum and all other manifestations of Impure blood aro cured by Hoods Sarsaparilla CYCLONE IN WEST VIRGINIA Several 1cojile Injured and Considerable Dnmngo llmiu In the Town of Klklhs Whkclino Juno 14 A sovero cy olono struck the town of Elkins yesterday and did coiibidernblo damage Treos were uprooted roofs wero blown off several houses liftod from their foundations mid tho walls of now build Â¬ Â¬ Are you going to set wet n Sii VtVWVita 4sAi A A MONUMENT 1 Beware Of Mercury Mr Henry Roth of 1848 South 9th Street St Louis was given the usual mercurial treatment for contagious blood poison He was twice pronounc- Â¬ ed cured but the disease returned each time he was seized with rheumatic pains and red lumps and sores cov ered ills body I was in a hor-Â¬ rible fix he says and the Dont tobacco bptt inil Kmoke lour Lire To quit tobacco easily and forover be mag netlc ull o life nerve and vluor talio tlio wonder worker that makes weak men strong All druggists Mo or II Cure guaran teed Ilooklot and sample free Address Sterling Itemed Co Oblcnirn or New York ings under contraction wero wrecked The house occupied by Henry Hay was blown from its foundation aud his wifo aud child wero seriously in jured Tho damago uns prnelpally in the rcsidonco portion of the city Trees and outbuildings on Senator Elkins grounds wero badly daumgod Postous now opera house under construction wns completely wrecked Â¬ Â¬ SHOULD BE OF FIRST CLASS WORKMANSHIP YT V CORRECT PRICES UP-TO-DA- TE 4 L f4 J E KEITH CLOVEnPORT S SON KY FALLS OF ROUGH Deferred from last week officer The Fourth District put S M Pay ton on the Committee on Itesolutioiis II A So m mors on Permanent Organisation lien Itlrgi on Credentials and Kobt Ty ljr Vice President Maj 1 P Johnson was the unanimous choice of tho convention as Chairman of the State Central Committee and West- Â¬ ern Kentucky would not bear of his resignation He is the right man in the light place Tho Second District should not forget that tho Fourth District voted solidly for her man oxcopt Bullitt county which was Instructed first for Greene and Hart county which had second instructions for Green Two Important new rules were made part of the party law Oho provides that In all future conventions State and District the dropping process shall be gin alter tw a tenth ballot the other that all proziaa to committee must be la wiiil mm tka coBimltWe men shall say haw Ike jwexy kliall be voted tim RciiarVnB wa He could ltMfnYMiiy more treat- Â¬ ment I receiv- Â¬ ed the worse I SAMPLE Fine blackberry crop in this section There Is a little dog ho re namedJohn Halt Miss Josephlno Gwnrtney is on the sick list Mr F W Basham weut to Lodiburg Saturday Iter O Royalty will preach here the first Sunday in July Mr T Larkn of Owensboro U vllt lag her ieter Mrs Card Roberta Mtea ttfttta Fate of Hardlfrsburg it fronfeHwn seemed to get A New York specialist said he could cure me but his treatment did nte no crood w ijrr whatever I was stiff and full of pains my left arm was useless so that I was unable to do even the lightest work This was my condition when I began to take 8 S 8 and a few bottles convinced me that I was being benefitted I continued the medicine and one dozen bottles cured me sound and well My system was under the effects of mercury aud I would soon have been a complete wreck but for H 8 S S 8 8 louaranteed purflj vegttalle is tnc oniy cure for real btood dis eases The mer-Â¬ curial treatment of the doctors al Â¬ ways does more harm than good Beware of mercury Books on the disease and Its treat went mailed free to any address by Swift Speclitc Co AtlMta G Â¬ Mrs Stone returned from Owonsboro last week Mrs Stephens and family will move to Owonsboro soon Mrs Duncan was the guest of Mrs Ben Storms Wednesday Mrs Lou Seaman of Louisville is the guest of Bro CundlfTand family Preston Green will be at home from college In a few days to spend vacation MIsj Mary Paul who taught a spring school at this place returned to her home last week Miss Jennie Groen Is expected home this week from Princeton where she has beon attending school It is a terrible Tkhbiiilk Accident accident to be burned or scalded but tho pain and agony and the frightful disfigurements can be quickly overcome without leaving a scar by Using DeWitta Witch Hazel Salvo Short Ilaynes Fishing Schooner Wrecked Lynn Mass June 14 Tho fishing sohoonor Jcaunio D Phillips 65 tons arEstlmalra FumLhul MOTBBDELI 8542 DOLLARS jf Worth of Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes hought for Spot Cash and at Our Own Price We intend to put these goods on sale nnd make the greatest SENSATION ever heard of Con suit your interest and attend this Sale jo pieces of Fancy jlti ocs worlh icj our price je 1 lot Childrens I low only je j4 Good llngtumt n Ask to tea our Window Shades at 6c uc c Ij Irish I awns 1 lot Hoys Suits worth 1 100 at 74c Fast Iercalri jc I lot Mena Suits samples worthjr our pilceJj oJ H 6c 100 pes Ucst Hoosicr Cotton lercale Shirts 4c I 75c 441 Ladies Vests ioc jc Good Heavy Suspenders tjc ijc 1 lot imalhecl White Goods11 loci yjc a lbs Good Sugar tlno t tot Mens Iine Fur Hats samples f 11 g8c ijc Green Collin at Hist Ulu Cottonad ljnts Iure New Orleans Molasses onr prlf e 75c 49c 40c S 3 pieces ol IlUck Henrietta clnih jjcj 10c J 100 Tea our pi ice 1 I I piece of Heavy Serge Blue Good Green Tea 40c 95c Gents Celuloid Collars only J 3c Gold Dust S jo pairs Heavy Kelson Socks ot ly 50 Kloctrlc Starch was wrecked yostorday on Hardings ledge Tho crow of 10 men took to a boat acd rowed to Swampscott headache can bo quickly and completely overcome by using those famous little pills known as DeWitta Little Early Risers Ilaynes Short Sick sss We hear the merry Jingle Jlnglo of wedding bells they are not quite here but are rapidly approaching Rev Me teal f wife aud children of Stephensport were guests at the parson sgo several days last week They re- Â¬ turned home Tuesday morning Childrens Day was qulto a success A good and bountiful dinner was sorved in tho grove at the church which all en Â¬ joyed as well ai the excellent sermon de- Â¬ livered by Bro Ouadiff There Is a protracted meeting In pro- Â¬ gress here coaducted by Bro OhiuIIM and hl nelce Mrs Smiom r of Interest k bolng 8uIftUtl and the meeting bid Mr to b a iupoisw Mr CatWIs I Hojprt sgd 74 IoculUr Accident O Juno 11 Thomas Reaser and his wifo aged 80 woro riding iu a buggy lost night Sparks from Reasors pipe set tho vehicle on fire and hh aged wife was fatally burned bofore she could bo rescued Ashland GROCERIES Totter Salt Itlioum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting incl dent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chnmborlatns Eyo and Many very bad cases Skin Ointment lmvQ boen permanently cured by It It Is equally efficient for itching piles and remedy for soro nipples a favorite chapped hands chilblains frost ultos tutd chronic soro eyes 25 cts per box -- Wool Chickens and Eggs wanted at Highest Market Price gt dl just what h horse need when la bd condition Tonic blood parittyr and Thevjtre not food verrolfuga -- Dr CmIj CmmUIImi Ptwdero r 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