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Digital page images are linked to the text file. nPTTTP fvOL XXL BREOKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 23 1897 NO 49 HAWAIAN Â¬ SEND US YQUR ORDER FOR PICNIC BILLS BLAINES K rV - DREAM In Mn - NEWS NUGGETS Tho two yonr scntonco of Danker Wil liam M Shlpp of Midway Ky was nf flrmd In tha court of nppculs Connnt Brolhcn largo furnltura manufacturers nud donlors of Toledo O havo TREATY Differ From Will Prnhahlv hn Rnallrml 1 Does Not Materially Rlmeys American Policy THE ANNEXATION OF Ilmo an assignment IB IU0 HAWAII V y And Some East Indian Islands and the Construction of the Nic- Â¬ aragua Canal KT DISTINCTIVE AMERICAN POLICY -- i WAsniNOTOHJunoS3 Assets about f IS 0 0 The jury In tho ense of Ben Simon charged with the murdor of William Bentlcr at Limn O b ought in a vordlct of murdor la tho second degree Grlsvlng becnuso sho wns poor and could not wear Ono clothes Krhol Ponny aged 10 of Munclr Ind took n doso of mjrphlno and was dead In n short tlmo Fire nt Sponcer WVa dostroyed tho Hotsl Kelson and II O Wells two story brick block ocouplcd by Steel Lcpport Sj Loss 1100 0 only Companys storo Liabilities about That HeretoforoPubllshea FULL TEXT OFTHE AGREEMENT The Treaty Will Hardly be Rat if by the Present Session of The Senate EX QUEEN LIL GETS 3d f r t lf rv R- m - - j t3vr KtV ti e it- - Spcolnl Pros idont MoKlnlcys administration bids fnlr to mark an epoch In the history of tho United States In nddltton to tho nnnuxn tron of Hawaii and doclslvo notion In re gard to Cuba both of which lmvo been completely forcshndowed In these dis patches I nm ablo to announce that tho president ha still another project In view closely related to tho Hawaiian and Cuban matters This Is nothing loss than construction of tho Nicaragua canal President MoKlnlcy Is earnestly In favor of tho digging of thnt great waterway un Â¬ As soon der purely American uusplces ns ho can reach It ho expects to move and tho probabilities arc that ho will hnvo tho co opcratlon of congress it is as yet too early to pay just what form tho presidents Interest in this vast project will tnkc Jt Is enough to know that nftor looking tho ground over ho intends to tako such ac Â¬ tion ns will bring results in good time An Admirer of Dlalne In this phaso of our national policy rrosldcnt MoKlnlcy took lesions from tho Into Jumrs 0 Ulnlno Mr lilalno had ono gnat hobby while ho vros prominent in tho publlo affairs of this country and that was tho annexation of Hawaii on tho west Culm cr soma otbor West Indian island on tho oast and the oponlng up of Years tho Nlcaraguan canal In between ago Mr Blaino talked to Mr McKinlcy on this subject to my personal knowledge Probably nolthor of them thought at that timo that Mr MoKInley would over bo president of tho United Stntos with powor In his hands to formulate and forward At that tlmo thoro these great policies wns much mora probability that Mr Blulno himself would soon bo In position to excrcisa commanding lnflucnoo but Mr Blaino never hecumo prcsldout and ether things havo lntcncncd Kow Mr MeKlnlfy who wns one of Mr Illalnug lieutenants and admirers is In tho Whlto Uoufc and unless tho signs of tho present diiy aro misleading important action in tho direction so persistently and ably ad vocated by Mr Blaino Is likely to follow Ono step has already been taken and it is understood that others aro to follow as rapidly us possible It may not bo gonorally known that Mr Blaino and Mr MoKlnloy woro warm This was before tho year 1800 friends when Mr McKinley prepared tho famous tariff bill which boro his name In the presidential campaign of J 880 Mr McKin ley wns n delegate to tho Chicago convention which nomlnntod Garfield Hn was thoro as n Blaino delogato although John Mr Shorman Sherman was a candldato stood in large part as a sort of political godfathor to Mr McKinlcy and yet whon it camo to tho presidential struggle of that year tho young Ohio congressman wns found on Mr Blalnos sldo A New America Whon Mr Blaino waj secretary of stato tindor Gnrflold ho was already dreaming of a now America Ho had formulated in his wind tho grand sohomo of an Ameri can polity ns distinguished from tho European systems Tho Monroo doctrine which kopt tho United States freo from all entangling alliances with European nffulrs and oscjuded European nations from no tlvo participation in American questions savo ns they wero directly Involved through existing interests wns tho foundation of tho system as Mr Blaino saw It Built upon that was tho Unltod States as tho lender of ll American International poli- Â¬ tics as tho greatest and most powerful na Â¬ tion of tha western world as tho arbiter betwocn weaker powers as tho protector of nations oppressed by foreign nations as a haven of refugp for disorganized states whloh had not within themselves tho abil ity to perpetuato good government and to As n great sccuro order and progress practical adjunct to this stato of things and us n mighty agent in upbuilding tho Influonco mid oonunerco of tha United Stutos Mr Blaino wanted tho Nicaragua canal constructed as n purely American enterprise Mr Blaine was In advanca of his times Ills inclsiyo Intellect wus looking ahoad Blnoo his day events havo rlpcnod oppor Â¬ tunity for tho very policy whloh ho fa Â¬ vored Tho last administration thanks toRIehnrd Olncytook up tho Mouroodoo trlna prlnclplo and citnbllshod it mora firmly than ovur beforo It is too much to say thnt it is fixed by ronsent of tho na Â¬ tions of tho earth It is not Mo foreign jwwcrlmsns yet given direct expression to acceptance of that prlnclplo but tho Unltod States has assorted it In n way which will doubtless sccuro rospoct for it for all tlmo to coroo So far as wo aro con Â¬ cerned It is written in International law To keep it thcro wo nro ready to go to any Thus BXtromo should emergency require the foundation for Mr Binlnofl groat pol Its tendency Is to crcnto a dis Jejr is laid tinctively Amcrlcun policy The powersof JCuropo got together in concert for regula Tho tion of tho politics of tho old world United States ns tho only great power in this hemlsphuro Is its own concert ns to purely American questions Advancing Civilisation Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ partly Insured A mad dog at Kinsman 0 bit Chnrloj GUlis n boy sovo al tlim on tho fnco nnd arms and Ednard Henry who went HUFFY from tho committco nud thnt after tho tariff bill has passed it will bo called np Tho senato will bo asked if n time for a voto can bo fixed and upon tho objec- Â¬ Will Probably bo Advised by Pros tions by tho opponents of tho treaty its dont McKinley frenil u ill rny they aro content to al io v if to lio over until the noxt session i a r nson for not pressing tho treaty lu t tin fnco of opposition is that tho bo tlmeiit which may bo only part iallr CALHOUNS MISSION NOT ENDED opjHtl to tho treaty will bo crystal 1170 which is not ilo irablo It is nlso believed that senators who are now un The Pro8ldont will Vory Likely decided may ocomo influenced favor ably after mature cousidcraton nnd Base His Cuban Policy on Mr nftcr finding out what tho drift of It is well sentiment is in their Mate Calhouns final Report known that senators cm uot be held hero after tho taiilf bill is passed in tho hot wenther SPAIN WANTS TO COMPROMISE Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ oppositio i ns promised Tho progrnin now is thnt tho treaty will bo reported AN INTERVENTION titno tnnt during tho rainy seasons two battalions of 80 wero reduced to 300 nnd 100 by vcllow fever cholera and dysentery Idlngs Dally marches each costing 10 per cent tho disabled requiring further lossof eight soldiers to cacli stretcher are mado iu pursuit of nn invislblo enemy never open to at- Â¬ tack an cnomy that is never surprised for tho couutry watches for it an cno my whoso plan of campaign is to deci Â¬ mate tho troops by tho mortality in tho inarches stid tho camps nnd tho rigor of tho climate Weylers campaign generally is char-Â¬ acterized as nn expenditure of many mouths nud tmmenso resources iu try ing to destroy what in Cuba is indeÂ¬ Â¬ Hffl HlNrDfiJ structible LETTER FROM GOMEZ Uo Is Confident of tho Sticcoss Cuban Cause of the POWDER Celebrated for its great leavening strength and heatthfulness Assures the food aeainst alum and all forms of adulteration Oommon to the cheap brands ROYAL BAKINQ l OWDKR CO US iv of this distinctive- - American policy is just ash changes us tlo annexation of Hawull the freedom of Cuba under our protection mhI the construction of tho Nicaragua There is no uio of having this canal Auwrlcau system as a nicro dead letter ns toy or thing of ornament It meant sottMthirtg It stands for udvnncoment of world for rivltaton in tha western government per for feetltNs of tho solonno of Improvement of the relations Misting be Mas nations It Is a vital living prln stokr not a wot idcmlo declaration ii luoldent of tll poloy constantly teMfealu will b tko further upbul Wing f Mm American navy Mr Blaine used to mj that there was no diplomacy without no MtftMloa of foreign trade gnat wtfaout sHnloiweej neither without ships of war te tcssae Unlr ptcMOM feW when Tholrgltlinntooutcomoof establishment run 1 eear Is intttbt bsMoaatary Wheals ar ia la this way Um Awerlaan navy was a byword Kow it U a real navy and the work of upbuilding It has only beircMV In tbeae dlapstchs for sow weeks past I Uvo vnduavorud to daoiu tba gradual of policy that waf cowing la oar cb rattftw wttb m oaf worM the Â¬ ataiMsaf Htmm wUf uW Articlo 8 Until congress shall pro vido for the government of such islands nil the civil judicial and military powers exercised by tho oUiccrs of tho existing government in said island shall bo vested in such person or persons and shall bo exercised in such mnnuor as tho president of the United States shall di rcqt and tho president shall havo power to removo said ofiicers and fill tho vacancies so occasioned Tho existing treaties of tho Hawaii an islands with foreign nations shall forthwith cease boiug replaced by such treaties as may cxUt or as may bo hero after coucludod between the United States nor to any existing treaty of tho municipal legislation of tho Hawaiian islands not enacted for the fulfillment of the treaties so extinguished and not inconsistent with this treaty nor contrary to the constitution of the United States nor to any existing treaty of the United States shall rouiaiu in forco un Â¬ til tho congress of tho United Statos shall othcrwiso determine Until legislation shall bo enacted extending tho United Statos customs laws and regulations to the Hawaiian Mantis tho ex- Â¬ isting customs relations of tho Hawaii an islands ith tho United States and other countries shall romaiu unchanged Articlo 4 Tha public debt of the re public of Hawaii lawfully existing at thd Ixduvavous Jnno 31 At Snacks the dato of this exchungo of the of a small town near Flackvlile in this amounts duo to treaty including Ha Â¬ depositors in tho county a man nnd two horses were Saving bank is hereby Homer Sanders waiian Postal the government of the killed hy lightning assumed by aged 23 and employed by Marion Todd United Statos but tho liability of the Zlonsville wus driving a team to Todda United States in this regard shall iu no homo when the storm bogau Tho two case oxecod 1000000 So long how Todd children wcro with him Thoy over as tho existing government and stopped under a troo for sholter and tho present commercial rolatioiis of the almost immediately aftor a blinding Hawaiian islands are continued us here flash of lightning killod tho man and iubeforo provided said government horsoa and dazed tho two boya shall coutinuo to pay tha interest on said debt lllast Furnaces to Kesuine Articlo 6 Thcro shall bo no farther Youji8TOWx O June 10 Within Immigration of Chinese into tho Ha Â¬ a short time throe fanmcoi hi tho Ma waiian Islands oxcopt upon bucIi condihoning valley which hnvo beou oat of tions as are now or may hereafter bo alblast for soma tlmo will resume Thoy lowed by tho laws of the United States nro the Strathers furnace at Stratheri nnd no Chinese by reason of anything Company fur herein contained shall bo allowed to the Andrew Brother naco and tha furnace of the Youngs enter tho United States from the Ha town Steol conipauy of 4hli city The waiian island Hitchcock furnace at HubAndrews Article 0 The presldeut shall ap Â¬ bard resumed operations Tnesday point flvo commissioners at least two of Whom shall bo rosldouts of the Hawaii 0lrsc by HuMers soon as reason Maysviixis Ky June 18 TollgaU an islands who shall as ably practicable rocomuioud to congress toro dowu the such legislation concerning tho territory raiders 33 In number beyond Blue Lick Wednesday of Hawaii us thoy shall doom necessary gat They captured ilw gnards cr proper night Articlo 7 This treaty shall bo ratified Jamed Dawsou IlarrUou Green and Charles Dawsou The ruldew placed a by the president of tho Unttod Stntos by and with tho adrico and consent of rope around Charles Dawsona riock but released him oil condition that ha tho senato oil the ono part and by the president of tho republic of Hawaii by would collect no moro toll and with tho advlco and consent of tho Trices doing- Up inmate in accordance with the constitu tion of said ropublio on tbe other and Prices of sugar lumber tea and oth tha ratlHcatioiis thereof shall be ex er articles have already ritea tiuco du pos ties have been Increased or new ones changed at Washiugtoti as soon m Imposed Tle forcigucr uppcars to be Bible deoiiMeut in ttgued by Joha Tho onwwhat Mtekwattl lu cotulti forward Sherman Frwick March Hatch Ioria ibew tar I duttes but perhaps A Thanttou to jwy William A Kinney he was takeu by surprise by la mh IN THt StNATI OrTOWTION atoi actioii and will yt pssy all dutla Will Not HawaStaa sutteawd against him bf HMbllfUii hi M4isVHi Tbts Isistoa Dsngky bill Tb imprea WiJUHWOTOU Jono W If jndr Um reform even tba couaamar aiumlsliit attd lit for Â¬ loo U now pmalMt M the eigner wouldnt pay Um tw wktera by the friend of Hawaiian unMfttioa woull we be atf asks Um Memphis that the treat- - cu uot be ratined at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ klllo I with diniculty Joseph Schlnrott of Deflauce O plead ed guilty to forgery Saturday and was sentenced to ono year In tho poultcutlnry Sjhlarott forged hU fathers numo to a noto on April 8 18 A and eluded the po llco over two years President MeKIulcy nud his party w 11 bo cutortalned nt tho Auditorium in Chicago during tho exorcises nttuudlng tho unveiling of tho Loan mouuuunt In Lako Pront park which occurs July iX Several gorornors of various statoj will also bo present Jack Johnson who in company with Bon Hanoy took the 13 year old daughtor of J M Klrkluud from Mayflold Ky last Monday was filled with 47 buckshot Saturday morning by tho father of tho abducted girl Mo truce can bo found of tho girl Klrkland surrendered Crimes and Casualties Ij Gorlenc wlfo nnd flvo children of Oalltpults O wcro poisoned by eating bologna and checso Sirs Gorslono died but the othors will recover Two boys woro drow nod at Evaiuvlllu Ind The victims nro Andrew Kosenbor gcr aged 18 n son of n prominent citizen and Klmcr Meadows aged 11 son of a widow David Holtor 23 of Tiflln O was pro paring his Winchester rlflo for shooting rats vhn It was accidentally dlchargnd tin bill pissing through his head killing him tuttnutly Lightning struck a wagon near Maumoo 0 Frank Hnrrlgnu was fatally hurt and Ilnvld and Henry Trrrln eerluusly In jured Both horses wore killed nud tho vehicle splintered Francis M Clark S3 a lineman In tho Ceutnii employ of tho Lexington Ky Electric company was Imtantly kllle 1 by grasping a llvo wlro One thousand volts passed through his body Nathan D Crane an old tlmo minor wns killed In the Way to Wealth mine near Idaho Springs Colo by a cave In He was TO years of age nud a btotbor-lu-laof the late Jcromo B Chnffeo John Guggcnholmcr of Iasmort In muidired his wlfo by mixing strychnine with an aggnogg nnd giving hor tho drink He then committed sulctdo In the Guggsnhclmor was Insamo lninuer sane child of Mr nnd Mrs The John Lnnu residing nenrKacluo O was fatally toildod It wns in a llttlo wagon In the kitchen whon tho WHgon overturned and knocked n potof boiling coffoo from tho stovo scalding It ovor tho bnok nnd neck The 3 yr nr old son of Frank Stem of Hngorstovtu Md a carpenter was shoi with a revolver and killed by hU brother who wns handling tho weapon and accidentally dlschargod it The child was lying in n cradle whon the bullot wcut through Its head Mrs Clarence McCarthy and hor niece Miss Mary Kite wore drowned In Lltle Indian creek nonr Goorgotowu Ind They nttcmped to ford tho stream whloh had bocomo swollen br recout heavy rains In a carriage nud missed tho gross ing and woio swept luto doop water Deaths Mrs Lucy Bancroft Proston Wlokhnra wife of Judge F Wlokbam thj votorsn editor of tho Xorwalk O Reflector passed away Saturday aftjruoon aftor a protracted Illness Mr C D Woolly who was Injured In alighting from a stroat car lu Columius O a furtnlght ago died Saturday Mr Woolly wus olork of tne schoolboard a promront uiombcr of lbs Masonio and 1 O O F orders John F Collins aged 6J of Muuote Ind died Saturday at the- Hlohnioud hospital for tho Insane after IB years con HU mind bocaino do ilnement thero ranged from excessive piln resulting from nu Injury in his spluo received In the war by a cannon running over hfus nf tar ho hod been shot down Killed by Llshtnliic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tolh3 rcscuo ou the leg Tho dog was Â¬ poses Washinotov Jnno 18 Tho senato in executivo session yesterday nftcnioon inndo public tho Hawaiian annexation Tho treaty and accompanying papow following Is tho full text of tho treaty Tho United States of America and tho republic of Hawuii In vlow of tho natural depcudenco of tho Hawaiian inlands upon tho United States of their geographical proximity thereto of tho preponderant sharo acquired by tho United States and its citizens in tho in dustries and trado of Riid islands and of tho cxprossed deslro of tho govern ment of tho rcpnblio of Hawaii that theso islands should bo Incorporated Into tho United States as an integral part thereof nnd under its sovereignty havo determined to accomplish by treaty an object so important to their mutual mid permanent welfare To this cud the high contracting parties havo conferred full powers nud authority upon their respectivo appoint Â¬ Tho pres ed plenipotentiaries to wit ident of tho United States John Sher Â¬ man socrotary of stato of tho United States tho president of tho rcpnblio of Eltvwai Francis March Hatch Lorin A Thurston and William A Kinney Article 1 Thn republic of Hawaii hereby cedes absolutely and without re- Â¬ serve to tho United States of America all rights of sovereignty of whatever kind in and over tho Hawaiian islands nnd their dependencies and it is agreed that all tho torritory of nud appertain ing to tho republic of Hawaii is hereby auuotcd to tho United States of America under tho name of tho territory of Hawaii Articlo 3 Tho ropublio of Hawaii also cedes and hereby transfers to the United States the nbsoluto fco and of nil public government or crown lands publiobaildiiigs or uditlccs ports harbors military equipments and all other public property of every kind and description boouging to tho gov- Â¬ ernment of tho Hawaiian islands to gothor with every right nndnppurto nanco thereunto appertaining Tho existing laws of tho United States relative to public lauds tdmll not apply to such lauds in the Hawaiian islands but the congress of tho United States shall enact special laws for their management and disposition provided that all revenue from tho proceeds of tho samo except as regards such parts thereof as may bo usod or occupied for tho civil military or naval purposes of tho United States or mar bo assigned for tho uso of tho local government shall be used solely for tho benefit of tho inhabitants of tho Hawaiian islands for educational and other pnblio purÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ own-cr-hip Â¬ The Journal from Washington hiys In nu iiitorviow cx Quccn Liliaokalanl said of the proposed trenty bjtween tho Fifteen Umtid States nnd Hawaii J hundred peoplo nro giving away my country Tho peoplo of ny couutry dont wnut to bo utiuoxcd to tho United State Nor do tho peoplo of tho United States wnut annexation It is tho work of 1B00 people mostly Americans who havo settled In Hawaii Of this number tlioso who nro not na tivo born Americans nro of American parentage None or my peoplo want tho islands annexed The population of tho islands is 1OJ00O Of this numTho ber 40000 aro native Hawaiian rest nro Americans Germans Portuguese Jupjucso Chinese English nud n Miiull proportion from other conu trios Tho 1500 Americans who lire re spousiblo for what was dono today nro running tho ulluirs of tho islands There is no provision mado in this treaty for mo In tho Harrison treaty I was allowed 20000 por year but that I havo treaty uover went into olfect never received ono dollar from tho one lookid nftcr No United States my intorosts in tho proceedings of tho treaty Yet my people who form 60 largo n part of tho population of the islands would want justice dono mo Lllluokalunl Fllrs n lortrst Wasiiinotox Jnno 18 About 3 oclock yesterday afternoon ox Quoon Liliuokalanl filed a written protojt in tho olllco of the socretary of stato against tho ratification of tho Hawniian treaty Slu says that tho proposed treaty is nu act of wrong towurd tho nativo nnd pirt nativo peoplo of Hawuii nn invasion of tho rights of the ruling chiefs in violation of International rights botli toward my peoplo and towurd friendly nations with whom thoy hnvo mado tho treaties tho per potuatiou f tho fraud whereby the constitutional government wns overthrown nud finally an act of gross injus tice to tiic tv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ INTERVIEWED TSio Kr ynrcn lit llnwall lines Nut IIks tho lrnpmcil Trt nty New Youk Jtiuo 18 A special to LILIUOKALANI WASiiisorov Jnno 10 Mr Cnlhoun has been in frequent consultation tho past two days with tho president nnd Assistant Secretary Day iu nu endeavor to discharge himself of so lunch of his mission us will cnnblo him to return to Illinois to nttend to somo pressing law Ho will return to Washingbusiness ton however next Wednesday to ro sumo his labors Tho special commisÂ¬ Â¬ sioner already has reduced to tho shapo of n written report somo of tho results of his observations but his work is far from complete It is probable thnt tho findings of Mr Calhoun in tho cud will bo entrusted to Mr Woodford to tako with him to Madrid nud support such representa tions us ho may bo charged to nuiko to tho Spanish government It is nlso likely thnt upon Mr Calhouns return to Washington next week n full confer onco will bo hold betwocn him nnl Mr Woodford who is expected to como over from Now York for tho pnrposo Mr Calhouns official investigations wero limited to tho Ruiz case but his observations while in Cuba on tho been laid Erogrcss of tho rebellion havo unofficial tho president iu an way nnd will havo much weight Thcro is no doubt that an indemnity will bo promptly asked for tho family of the Into Lr Ruiz Mr Calhoun fco reported and tho president will act upon it Tho United States will not nrnko tho demand on tho ground that Dr Ruiz was murdered for that can not bo proved although circumstances Indicate that ho was Iiut a confession on tho part of Spanish officials that ho wus kept impriboncd out of communication with las friends beyond tho 73 hours limit will bo urged as sufficient giouud for an indemnity claim that will proba bly bo fixed at 150000 Special Envoy Calhouns unofficial re- Â¬ port on tho rebellion has created tho greatest interest hero It i known that ho told the president Spain would not be ablo to put down tho rebellion nud ndvisod the necessity of nn enrly intervention IIo docs not believe annexa tion at this tlmo advisable but boliovos the interference of this government is necessary to secure Spanish reforms FATHER KNEIPP DEAD nud n strengthening of tho local author The World Itenoiineil Water Curlst raises ity iu governmental affairs in tho direcAuujr nt Ills Ilavurlnn Home tion of homo rule If possibVo to attain Munich Juno 18 Tho Rov Father it the iudopeudciicoof tho island would Kneipp known throughout tho world bo tho host solution of the present probfor his wnter euro who has been suffer- lem according to Mr Calhouns idea ing for sumo timo past died at Wocris Ho is doubtful of the propriety of ndd ing such u population as exists in Cuba hofen yesterday nged 75 years to thnt of tho United States The president will not very much in accordnuco with what Mr Calhoun has suggested it is thought nnd iu a short time mnko known his views to congress That it will be nu intervention in favor of immediato cessation of hostilities is the opinion of tlioso who havo an insido knowledge ot the administrations forAmi the preaidcut may eign policy even tako the ground that tho island should bo fice and proposo terms to Spain Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ New Youk Jnno 10 Tho Cuban junta has received a long letter from General Maximo Gomez dated La Gloria Siucti Spiritus Mny 10 Gomez I movo freely among Wey- Â¬ writes lers swarming soldiers nud iu tho daily battles that occur tho reports of niauscrs resound in tho midst of smoko that arises from tho work of Incendiarism of tho would bo victors Weyler has been uuablo dospito nil his efforts to compel mo to change my plans nud when ho dares to anuouueo that Las Villas is wo aro defeating in open field lis columns aud our cavalry with its machete charges routs tho enemy This wns done recently by tho forces under tho Cubnn brigadier Joso Miguel Gomez and thoso under Colonel Jose Dc Montcnguitdo nnd similar encounters nro frequent When tho lnrgo Spanish columns mnko tho woods trcmblo with their can nouado and musketry when thoy havo been compelled to oxecnto quick marches aud to hido during the night in their en campments in tho woods without dar ing to light campflrcs for fear of our fdiarpshooterj tho papers iu Snncti Spiritus assort that this part of tho island is pacified Similar n crtion is mado in lOipcct to Pinar del Rio aud Intauzns though iu thcao provinces continuous fighting is going on under tho leadership of active nud able officers But Weyler must lio in order to suit tho Sp Milsh government to whom he owes obedienco nud ho lies impudently ns calmly ns ho beholds the sword of tho nssnssiu sink into tho bosoms of vtomen nud children and old Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Absolutely Pure NKW YORK QUEENS JUBILEE Tho Land of Little Johnnio Bull Colebrates tho 60th YEAR OF VICTORIAS REIGN British Subjects in This and Other Countries Also Pay Homage to Thoir Queon QUEEN VIC IS HALE AND HEARTY London June 21 Queen Vlctorit began tho celebration of her jubilee commemorating the 00th year of her reign yesterday as was bolltting her eutiro career beforo tho altar flf her faith Throughout London tho United Kingdom and tho empire in every cathedral church or chapel of tho estab lished church of England was held services similar to thoso at St Gcorgos chapel Windsor whero her majesty paid her devotions and olTcrcd bolemu thanks to God Tho announcement that tho services nt St Georges chapel would bo prlvato aud for tho mombcrs of tho royal fam- Â¬ ily prevented tho gathoring of a largo crowd The scene wns most impressive aud tho services wero simple Her majesty sat in tho chair of stato immediately in front of tho communion rail and just besido tho brass plato whoso inscription designates tho spot which was the temporary placo of in terment of tho princo consort The ladies and gentlemen who nro tho grand otliccni of the queens houso hold entered first followed by tho mili tary knights of Windsor in the full costume of cock hats and scarlet coats Tho Duko of Devonshire nud Lord their stalls as Rosebery occupied Knights of tho Garter Tho rest of tho church was empty tho scats of tho royal family being near tho quocns Tho dean of Windsor wearing tho insignia of chaplain of tho Order of tho Garter oillciuted nssisted by tho lord bishop of Bnrry and soveral canons Thero was uo sermon but a special hymn written by tho Right Rov Wil- Â¬ liam Wulsliam lord bishop of Wake field with musio by Sir Arthur Sulli van was sung at her majestys roquest The choir of St Gcorgos chapel ren dered the musical portion of tho scrvico Sir Walter Parrctt presiding at tho or gau Tho service lusted 40 minutes tho necn remaining seated throughout and ollowing closely tho special prayers and hymn At tho cud there was n panso Tho queen with bowed head continued in silent prayer Thon followed a touch lug sceno which will over linger in the memory of those who witnessed it Summoning Empress Frederick who bowed low at her sldo the queen kissed her on both cheeks Tho Duko of Con naught and tho others of the family followed receiving on bonded knee a similar token of affection In many cases the recipient was kissed several times The queen was profoundly moved and tears rollod down her checks At last and ovidontly with great rolno tanco she beckoned her Indian attendant aud leaning on her arm passed slowly out of tho chnpel tho eutiro con grcgation standing tho soft light fall ing through tho multi colored windows and tho exquisite- - strains of the organ rising nud swelling beneath tho gothio bannered roof It was a scono nover to be forgotten aud thrilled all present with strong emotions Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ men splto of Weyler his mon nnd his in fnmy I tlaro affirm based upon my expoiicnco iu this kind of warfare that tho winter campaign will soon bo over nnd our nrmy will bo unimpaired and tho Spanish cnuso without any advantage Tho revolution is therefore stronger than ever nnd wo shall con Â¬ Tho war continues with succes in tinue without serious obstacle with greater faith ns to tho ultimate result If this devastating war which is costing so ninny Cuban lives nnd both Cuban nud foreign property must ccaso and pcttco is to come it must bo with independence We hold very dear tho lives of our gallant soldiers nud In order to spnre them wo aro willing to make a pecuniary sacrifice though wo nre convinced that independence will coon bo reached Spains treasury is exhausted She has been humiliated On tho other hand wo feel hopeful and strong nud wo stand firmly united against her Â¬ Hold ANYTHING FOR LIBERTY Fraud on tho Iart of a Irlsoner t Sccuro a Iardou 5PAIN WANTS TO COMPROMISE Ircmler Cnmitns Willing to Iaj-- Mrs Iluls 10000 and Is Severely Criticised FATHEn KNEIPP When 25 years of ngo ho cnternd tho priesthood and wa3 sent to the church of his nativo town whore he remained nine years nnd iu addition to attend ing to his priestly duties prncticod tho water euro nnd met with considerable success Somo J3 yenrs ngo he was transferred from Ottobourn to Wooris hofen near Munich where he continued to heal the sick by cold wntor cures attracted much attention nud greatly benefited tho town Father Kneipp has treated many distinguished patients including tho Em- Â¬ peror of Austria tho Archduko Joseph of Austria several members of the Rothschild family and tho popo Last year it is estimated about 80000 people woro treated by Father Knoipp nud his assistants Â¬ Â¬ WHEAT CR OPS It Will lie Heavier and Command a Hot Â¬ ter Irloe Thau Lnst Year IxnuNAiOLis Juno 18 Grnlu deal ers sny thcro is now a break in tho clouds of adversity and through the rift may bo seen tho sunshine of prom iso Frod P Rush who has been re INDIANA Â¬ ceiving roports from correspondents all over Indiana and from parts of Illinois and Ohio says Indiana will have from 05 to 70 per cent of a full crop of wheat This is the prospect now taking tho state in its ontlrety Tho harvest will nverago 10 to 14 days Inter than last year which was a forwnrd sonson The percentage of yield In contral Indiana will bo 75 to K0 per cent of a full orop Iu Ohio It is expected to bo as good or better In Illinois tho average will fall bolotv tho general Indiana average Wheat last year started into tho market nt CO cents This year as soon as harvested it will got into the market and at from 03 cents to 70 couts a bushel Here we will have not only an addi tional crop but an additional prico over Â¬ lastyear ad m is s i in AhUm Tfr It tberew mstmob Take the average for tho itute of In Â¬ diana and in my judgment the crop thlsyearwllluieasuro 37000000 bushels Last year wo had 33000000 bushels by measure according to the government I do not bellovo it waa over report 33000000 bsishels in weight This yew from the prwt outlook as the grain appears heayy headetl we will have abot 99000000 by weight The berry will be flue bat there U considerable cheat iu the wheat This orop wll mean oOOOOOO for IadUua farmer more than last yew eud it will be moving dsrlnjr the next M days oiroalaUns in the natuk of mer chants Under present esretuaatanoei taut will mean a great deal to the farm er au4 to Uititueee oontmnnUisja New Youk Juuo 10 A dispatch to Tho World from Madrid says lromier Canovns is willing to pay the widow of Dr Ruiz sMOOOO if tho United States government will not press an official Tho announcement of this fact claim has aroused vehoment public opposition which tho Madrid press is inflaming Tho uowspapers blame tho government for allowing Dr Ruiz to bo killed but ccusuro it most for acknowledging It Thoy say Spain is under the iron heels of tho innkces The Imparcial bitterly declares that neither Cuba nor a hundred Cubas would bo worth tho sad humiliation to which in tho nauio of tho nation tho Cauovns cabinet subjects us with do Recognition of the plouiblo frequency claim puts Spain as a nation beneath Moors becanso this dentist for tho whoso dPiith buch an oiiormous sum will Imetobo paid wns not killed inn Spanish prison by undisciplined natives and somi onvnges but by functionaries of her Catholic- majestys government Tho present Spanish demnnd for tho truth about Cubn already mot by a fearloss statement that the military sit uation thero is hopeless is answered now by tho first detiuito admission of cruelty Tho Spanish officers nctions aro not so nmoh deplored ns their being discovered whilo it is their being acknowledged that causes anguish Sciior Silveln tho leader of a considerable section of tho Spanish Conservative party hostilo to Premier Cauovns strongly indorncs tho war policy in Cu Â¬ If it is true ba and has jnst said that tho Cuban war is ono of conquest in or dor to subdue a peoplo united against Spain it constitutes un iiisolva bio problem and tho island should have been given up a year ago Such a statement would havo caused tho speaker to bo publicly stoned it mado iu tho streets ot Madrid but it was received with prolouged and enthu siastic cheers from a high class audionco ot Conservatives packing a theater to roof was warmly commended by the Liberals nud independent pross nnd only perfunctorily criticised by tho Conservative organs The Liberal paper El Globo says t Weylor has already had 17 out of the 24 months in which he promised to finish tho war by the severe measures ho learned to use in the 10 years strugÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Columbus O June 10 Tho stato prison physician has discovered n bold fraud on tho part of Convict Rov G B P Howard iu his attempt to sccuro a pardon from President MoKlnloy on the ground that ho has Brights disease Howard induced n convict named Mont- Â¬ gomery who had ohargo of tho tests to falsoly report that ho was in tho last stages of Brights disease Tho report was sent to Washington together with samples for analysis At the labt minnto prison physicians beenmo suspicious and Montgomery IIo had so weakened and confossed cured data from another prisoner who has Brights discaso nnd used thorn for Howard An examination of Howard docs not reveal tho slightest trnco of Brights disease WHEAT A Scheme to TRUST Woodford county wheat growors havo issued n cnll for a state convention at which tho wheat growers of tho stnto will pledge thomselvos to withhold tho wheat crop nbout to be harvested for 60 days They will nlso ondcaver to In duce tho wheat growers of othor states to tako similar concerted action It Is likely that tomo steps will bo taken townrd fixing a minimum price It Is nt which tho wheat Is to bo sold hoped by the formation of this trust to forco tho buyers In this section to give a higher price Farmers in ndjoining stntes nro interested Liliuokalanl Is Tersoua Nun Grata Washinotov Juno 10 Ex Queen Liliuokalanl did not visit theWhito A Houso yostcrday as Bho desired party of Indies who had nprlvato inter view with Mrs McKinloy asked permission for tho ox queen to accompany them but woro told It would not bo ac- Â¬ ceptable to havo Liliuokalanl visit the Whlto Houso nt this tlmo Â¬ Â¬ Withhold the lrciont Crop Ior at Least Six Days Tho Ky Juno 10 Vehsailles Compact of Central American Itepubllos New Youk Juuo 10 A dispatch to The Herald from Panama auiiouuccs that representatives of tho governments of Guntomala and Costa Rlcn hnvo signed tho treaty which makc3 them a part of tho Greater Ropublio of Central America All tho Central Amoricau republics havo now joined tho compact Hoy Killed In a Kunaway June 18 James CniLUCOTiiE O Sohaffcr a boy 17 years of ago was London Juno 31 Special dispatches from Paris Berlin Vicuua St Peters Â¬ burg and nenrly every largo city in Europe show that thanksgiving services wcro held in tho local English churches numerously attended Tho uowspapers in rnauy citlos especially Vienna and St Petersburg publish long oaloglstin articles upon tho Victorian reign At Constantinople tho sultan sent a number of high Ottoman ofllcinls to represent him at tho service and the en- Â¬ tire diplomatio corps waa presont A guard of English blue jackets was drawn up aloug tho main appronoh to the chapel GLOOMY FOR THE MINERS Those in Jackson County Ohio Must Face Starvation Wkllston O June 21 Tho miners AT OTHER PLACES Thaukselvlnir Serrlces Held In Nearly All the Large Cities of Europe driving a wagon down Bothol hill when tho horses ran away Ho was thrown out and dragged behind tho When horses heels for somo distance found his head was mashod to a uulo Jackson a moonshine prisoner arrested at Grayson Ky en route to Covington on the steamer Stanley in charge ot Deputy United States Marshal James B Prickard cecaned from the boat at this place and W still at Urge gtV44ttg OH gle bt Â¬ Woylers Maricl trocha is called a horrible burial ditch for thousands its military efficacy Is declared to bo such that it was tranquilly crossod by Macco who only met hU death by falling Into Cirujcduas hands Weylers endeavor to surround Gomes is characterised m a fotir mouthi rlonrish during whloh the rebel chief never loft a small circle near the Jucaro trocha1 and the paoifted province us admitted to be eo ony in name Regardluff the present plan to invade the tuteru half of OVU VI Olota ote ftorn the resort Af General Jt- - Portsmouth Moonshine Trlsoner Escapes O Jnno IB Larkia PUm avf Athkns June 18 It Is reported here that the peace cossf prestos nn4 the jsorte have accepted a setttonteat saving Tur key either the town of Liffewta east of MUonnn or Nesswoa aorta f Â¬ -- I of Jackson couuty aro expecting a re- Â¬ duction from 01 cents to 43 cents per ton or mining cool The Pittsburg district is paying iu the main bat 6 cents and tho 0 conts differential iu favor of thnt district rcduoes this to 45 cents Should tho reduction occur tho miuers of Jackson county must face starvation As it is thoy have had less Novess than one third time elnco bcr Xorer in the hWoryof thksUks VN there sch distress m now seises here Bsseinetsj is depressed hnnshesfa ef uen seen die in the streets sleiljr and not a ray of hope for the iminesHate retire It k the impression here thai the miners will not aooapt a reneetion The operators say they concede tht the price of ditrgiui is now too low and they will ask lor uo change aaleaa sirivM to do so bj oosnpetiUoa lt IWyinWiil Vicita i mm l JiJWHT - l w-- jrv vwymrpFZttyp WflkWrw JTWpff i M1 i jj W nPrv vji wwwlv - J MiBW TfwWvrw THE1 BRKOKENRIDQR NKWS OLOVhrtPORT Breckenridge News - M HARDINSBURG L H BRANDENBURG Plenty of early vegetables and fine Filotho Nkw It grows better each 727 am 65 MM f ivwwiTO1iwipjW WwwgsgcgyF TTfw ir HiB atnr T fYvtJBBf fas D 4 V 0 Bbbge Ballon aid Freprltlri i W TIME TAfclE ii WEDNESDAY JUKE 23 1897 soma hit pm Pautngtr Dally rr UarJIniWg issue SIX PAGES VEMOCIUTIQ TICKET VOR CtEKK COURT OV APPEALS Piinr SOUd VMT Dally arr UtrdlDiharxil SAM SHACKELFORD KOU JtltCUlTJUDOE Krih pure drugs at Witts Take jour country produce to Wills 0 L Board has moved Into his new residence W V Bowmer of Cloverporl on anhott vacation is JUDGE T R McBEATII FOll COMMONWKAITIPS ATTORN KVi lnio WEED S CIIELF FOR STATE bKNATOK ELIJAH ASHCRAFT FUSION TICKET FOR IIEPHESKNTAT1VK I Tho late rains wero fino on the corn crops in this sictlou Miss Grace Faoto of 0vensboro will visit herp next week Patent medicines of all kl tics and at bottom prices at Witts Judge Mercer went to Ilewleyville last Friday to attend court The County Teachers Instilulo will be held here Monday July 10 Jasptr Dytrand wife Cloverpot were visiting here one day last week Moorman Deane Co are puttirg a big lot of tits in here for sMpment Rev S F Kelley went to West View last week to hold Q larterly Meotlng Mrs Charles Kad Louisville is hero visiting her mother Mrs G W Heard Mr and Mrs Thomas Ditto of Meade county ate visiting relatives here this week I am still repairing watches O Lewis J II LENNIN FOR COUNTV IUD0IJ You naturally lose flesh In the summer and running down Devotional rxerrltsof Kpworth Leo You get a little Is so easy guo last Sunday night weaker each day without hard- Â¬ Mrs P G Young has been q in ill ly noticing It There Is loss of but Is now Improving headache weakness Mis LIiIa Iln ties wl I arrivo next appetite Sunday from Patesvllle of the muscles disturbed sleep A number ni visllors wero here whoo weakness of memory and these names I failed to call It are the beginning of nervous The press hojs are having a big old prostration Iron and tonics ttmo on their annual outing may afford some and bitters Mrs W II Gouxh and Mrs J D Har temporary relief but what you din went to Louisvillo Monday need Is a food for body brain Mr and Mrs Andrew Hardesty will and nerves lake in the Nashville Centennial Â¬ Mr A C Burton will leave Thursday for Chicago University Losing Flesh A LONG FELT VTeaaSSPBP4 ieBN1 aa WANT SUPPLIED A MONEY SAVER is jil -- f16KflriiMMBennnnnV A MONEY MAKER ROGERS BUNCHER ft AND SEED SAVER WILL DO IT AH W E MINOR FOR COUNTY CIHIIK Mias Clare Wimp of Kkron is visiting Mr and Mrs K her grand parent Wimp Miss Ollle May Olarksonof Big Spring was with Mts Genrue Frymlre to attend A M HARDIN T A McGILL Deputy I Cod liver Oil with the Hy pophosphltes furnishes just the of OK COUNTY ATTORNKY QUS BROWN FOR CIRCUIT CLKRKt R S SKILLMAN I OR FOR MIRIU RICHARD OWEN JAILER J FOR D BEELER SCHOOLS FORASSKSSOR REV GEO E MORRIS SUIT K HARMAN rOR SURVEYOR II C JOLLY FOR CORONKII clocks jewelry silverware and spectacles Mr Joe Noe of Owensboro T LEE BISHOP tat 1 REPUBLICA2T TICKET FOR REIHESItNTATIVK FOR COUNTY JUDGE JOHN P HASWELL JR WM AHL FOR COUNTY CLKRK OWEN CUNNINGHAM FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY R N MILLER FOR CIRCUIT CLERK SHERMAN V B ft GUS BALL FOR SHERIFF BURTON FOR JAILER SHELLMAN FOR ASSESSOR JOHN H COMER MJIl SUPERINTFNDENT SCHOOLS ANDREW DRISKELL FOR SURVEYOR CHINTZ ROYALTY FOR CORONER JOHN SPENCER Kx PitKsnENT Cleveland will visit the Tonnceseo Imposition in October lma declared his emphatic opposition to the annexation o Hawaii war it seems that the pension business ought to be on the decrease but it is still one of the lag st departments that Uncle Sam has to look after Only lost week thirty ad- Â¬ ditional rlerks were employed in this department and over 14000 new pen Â¬ sions were asked for TimiTY Senator Sherman jears after the The Senate is still wrestling with the tarill bill while the Lower house does nothing and looks on The Republican Idna is to tax everything vote every Â¬ body and run things to suit themselves generally Jmt now they are holding a tolerably etilf hand at the business EunKsi McAdams of llawesville who has been at Washington for several weeks on the hunt of a job with the new administration has returned home He brings nothing with him but he is still one of the faithful who has hopes that he may git Aud there are others K A son IiIcuardson of Ullp Itichard Co eajs ho is having a better trade this spring than he ever had He is selling more goods in the same terri- Â¬ tory and to the same customers than he ever sold before Charlie Babbage makes the same report for IiIb house Wo find there is a better feeling all along tho line Times are certainly improving per hundred for 11 ft and Alt Taylor Rosetta sold six hogsheads for enough to pay for his pur- Â¬ chase of twenty leaving thirteen as a clear profit It seems to us that tbeso salts are n sure Indication that times are getting bittor Prosperity has surely struck Mr Cook and likowise Mr Taylor and by blriking these two enterprising clllzms theyll let it strike some of their neighbors and bo it goes It hasnt Btruek us jet to any alarming extent but if it is in hearing distance of us It All will come our way bye and bye these things help fo get money out of its hiding out of the bauks into the channels of trade nnd traffic In other words get tho roan ftith money to mov Â¬ ing around hunting up the man with something to sll is real geuuino prosperity and this condition of alLiirs is coming slowly but surely week 3 Â¬ John Cook Custer that cost him sold tobacco last t A Correction to Miss Georgia Hawkins ami also myself I wish to correct a gross orror made by one of your correspon Â¬ dents of this place in last weeks issue Tho article stated that Miss Hawkins gitve a party last Thursday evening in my honor Such was not the cose for I was not prcsont and farthermore knew Injustice notlilrg concornlrg it until I noticed the account In your paper It is to be hoped in future your correspondent here will My being married be more discreet and from homo makes it very embarrass ing for all parties concerned Itesptctfully June 10 07 FJji Portich 1 The BrrckenridtfO Asphalt Co euc 1 week ia knocklag owt ewM tliH Hwber Co In a coutr for a 12000 MaJ Mf ImlMlit street c ntrwf rfe think Id i H light thl tluw Â¬ alii tions Sister Pato will attend the missionary meeting at llawesville her old homo Our society will send her as a delegate and our blessings go with a sweet good christian Mr Jake Shacklett and daughter were with Mrs Thomas Hamilton to enjoy the elocutionary contest also Mrs Mat- sionary Meeting at llawesville this tingly and daughter Misa Hilda enroute to Wolf Creek week A church excursion from New Albany Will Sterrett candidate for tho State Senate was in town one day last week to Leavenworth last Thursday Several Sterrett thinks hes a winner and was from here joined it and report a pleasant mixing around among the boya here at a time The Ohio is beautifnl now Let us havo an excursion lively rate Mr and Mrs D W Fairlelgh and Baptist ministers in their annual meet Â¬ ing at Georgetown Ky have adopted children and Mr and Mrs Andrew Fair-Â¬ resolutions denouncing tanctiflcatlon as lelgh Louisville spent Sunday with Mr I was glad to a dangerous heresy They urge minis- Â¬ and Mrs J W Lewis ters of their faith and order to handle it meetthem just for a howdy and a good bye not ySOur young friend Dick Ditto has token Notice to Taxpayliis I will be at unto himself a wife a Miss Martin of Rock Vale June 22 Glendeano 23 Mc His old friends of this his Daniels 24 Hudsonville 25 Custer 20 Owensboro All taxpayers whose taxes are now due childhood homo extend the best and must meet mo on said dates and settle kindest of wishes for a long happy life His motbor Mrs Fannio Ditto lias re- Â¬ S A Pate S B C their taxes turned from Owensboro Rosco Eskridge moved with his family McKinley evidently has a thirst for to 1kron last week Mr Eskridge goes there to g into the furniture business undying fame and would love to havo Ho in a fine mechanic and his friends his namo handed down to posterity as here hopo he will meet with success in having given territory to tho country Hence to annex Hawaii and then to diis new field put Cuba in a position to be annexed at Nfr aud Mrs David Barnes baby that a later day seems to be his present am- Â¬ been sick for the last week died bition juonuay morning Tue community Is in It dont take Mrs Blancbo Fontaine much sympathy with Mr and Mrs as this was their only child The long to see through motives and inten- Â¬ Barnes funeral took place Monday evening tions She thinks she bos a capital joke on this column Sho proposes a rising Rev S K Breeding ofiiciatirg vote by the convention Mies Barbara There are several vacant homes in this composes the body The report to be town for rent just now Rosco Eakridge forwarded in due time has a two utory residence with good gar- Â¬ The Ekron base ball nine came in last den yard etc stands vacant He left it last weok and hoped to find a renter Saturday to play our team Our boys did some flue playing and if the Colonels for it but had to close it up There Is other good property here idle that used dont look well to their laurels Chicago to be occupied all tho time but it Isnt wont be next on the ladder The score stood 30 to 11 in favor of Brandenburg the case now team Bert Brown Harry Teare and Miss Irene Board has beon offered a Carlt Pate did some stick work position in tho Echool at Glendeane There are some lovely spots around also a good music class there Miss The glen down where Board has been a close Btudent for sev- Â¬ Brandenburg eral year besides having had the ad the old mill ouce stood by the edge of vantages of one of tle best female col- Â¬ tho bonny Ohio the tall clifla surround ing it are among the haunts where leges in the country Wherever she maybe employed the News is satisfied nature woos these torrid days A party of us spent Sunday afternoon there lis die will be able to render very efficient tening to natures music singing birds services by silvery stream and hazy hill Mrs James Stuart of Brooklyn N Y Charles Radenheimer Assigns and Mrs Lltltla Wilson of Pinkeyvllle a merchant Oliailes Radenheimer Mrs aud timber dealer at Clifton Mills made III are h re to visit relatives an assignment for the benefit of his Stuart and Mrs Wilson lived hero for a creditors lost Friday June 18 V G number of years and nro sisters of Judge Babbaue Is named as the assignee The O O and Mr James Fairlelgh They statement o assets and liabilities as filed In the County Clerka office ia us fol are still handsome attractive Interesting ladles and we always feel that their visits lows are messages of warm hearted sympathy One farm of 118 acres Asset nnn llotirlnir valun mill ami with a teuder glance of by gone days W twenty two acres of land 1000 one Batter felt than told is the motto of half interest in a portable saw mill value 250 ouo third interest In a somo of the Brandenburg Normal girls distillery near Asklns 100 one store since commencement day They havo 100 A general house at Clifton Mills resolved to give themselves to things G00 accounts stock of merchandise one lot or lumner -- a one ware and causes leaving personal affection out io of the argument and will fortify Iu the bouse and tot at Clifton Mills 200 Co 1H0M Creel Liabilities spirit of the old Roman damsols A 22 78 Co ti dramatic movement and no doubt tho Robinson Norton 88 50 A and A W Co Welse Sunaifleld A Co Cincinnati 4534 characters will struggle in deep waters a while anyhow 12862 Louis for Carter Dry Gooda Co 30 00 Doll That high tariff bill is going to pass in ville Tin and Stove Co 01 50 Dunlap Barrett spite of all remonstrance TruUj cor Â¬ Paine A Co 21 40 poration syndicates to rejoice Won Â¬ aG 17 Mlnerallrid Rubber Co 345 00 Joe der which to the worst free silver or a Fordsville Basking Go tremendous hlh protective tarii 7 We 25090 40000 Jobs Gibson Jarred 000 J 8 Phelps Co have liawled the Iwwck4 qiteeUoa to iNMNtrtM the RepbUaM WkM bare tUy dose 90009 me T O Lewis A petition signed by some of the pa- Â¬ trons of the college will be presented to the dlrtctors at their next meeting re Â¬ questing them to retain Prof Kerrick Mrs Osven Cunningham Mrs V G Babbage Misses Tula Daniel and Kettle Beard are attending the Womans Mis Â¬ -- was here Friday looking after some legal matters The Misses WIthcrp of Muldraugh Ky are visiting their uncle Wm With Â¬ ers near Kirk Miss Fannie Smith has returned from Kllzibethtown where she has been tcachlrg school The big dam down at the lako sprung a leak last week It took a strong forco to get it checked Prof Kerrick has been offered a posi Â¬ tion In the school at Falmouth Ky He left for that place lost week Jmgo Ah Owen Cunningham and Gus Shellman attended Magistrates Court at Bewleyville last Friday B F Beard was in Louisville last week selling some tobacco He reports a decided advance in good Burlejs My shop is well equipped for all repairs of time keeping machinery Every thing done first class Come see tho commencement Little Mary Louise Woodson has been right sick We all hopo the idolized child may toon bo well Dont you forget we have new daisy ones too sidewalks all over town Street lamps are now in order MifsWalhena Hamilton is taking in the Nashville Exposition She will visit Hopkinsville before Bhe returns Mies Mary Burnett and Mis3 Du- vail were guests of MlssZula Malln to be present for commencement nights Misses Bettie Clarkson and Myrtle Moorman havo returned to Big Spring after a visit to Mrs G II Casperke Miss Ora Walton and Guy Meador were guests of Miss Alllo Reid to attend the closing exercises of Brandenburg Normal Mr Bain clerk at Yeakel Cos will leave iu a few days for Scotland to visit bis parents He w ill be gono about nourishment needed for those who are run down and pale and thin and weak In If you lose flesh Dont wait till fall sion now before beginning or winter For ula at 50c and io by all druggUU summer take Scotts Emul- Â¬ HIS In an attachment for mnwlig mar hints that can be attached to It niiv tnnwpr In n few mlntltiB KlHftjJaaWLSQHUaTnaaiHKaH 1l3SE2BaHSflaaaHattHaaKLIRaillllllllllH coBta about ont fourth as much as b labn rake ond atMs very little to the draft nf themowtr It will buncn any Biiortj 1 g ais or grain that is di sired to be loft iny jP It is made of bunches or wind rows nnrine ntppl nnd malleable Iron and will last a lifetime Every well stocked farm should have one It will more than nay for itself in the bunching of five acres of We are also headquarters for McCormlck Binders and Mowprs and can cat von anv renair vou want Hay Rakes r clover Hh Spring wagons Buggies and in fact anv tool or Implement needed on the farm It will pay you to investigate our pji F belore buying elsewuere unoice juauimom rean aeeu rotaioos loooopounds 01 Binder Twino very and get it while It lasts -ii A i alBW lowuc eMsffl0ELKr ADDISON DICK Addison Ky three months Misses Mary M Meador and Maudo Doran of Big Spring were guests of Mrs Tom Howard and attended commencement exercises Miss Charlotte Herudou a beautiful girl from Breckenridge county visited Miss Jen Hardin last week She is just home from Hopkinsville College Overton Rawllngs will lie married iu uuj weunesuny uj misb cme luyrue nil of Louisville Oyerton was formerly We extend congratula- Â¬ of this place Â¬ VIr hj Whero is the Moses that can get the Democrats under the samo banner again It is the only salvation Mrs II W Herndon is at her summer home at Doe Run Sulphur Spring a charming placo for a summer dutlng It is situated on a beautiful running stream of puro water and whero there is ns well fine sulphur water and plenty of shade Mrs Herndon Is a first class Kentucky house keeper and her table will be sup plied with the freshest and nicest vege- Â¬ tables milk butter and fruit She wish- Â¬ es a limited number of boarders and I know of no spot where one could enjoy a restful season at a most reasonable rate 450 per week or 75 cents a day I havo an invitation from my old friends to visit them while there When once you seo and enjoy the beauties of the place and Mrs Herndons hospitality you will bo loath to leave Reading Is certainly a great relaxation after the incesant affairs of a busy lifo Modern literature serves as a recreation after fatigue Forty years ago when books were not plentiful and cheap as they are now there was some excuso for not reading but at this day there is none I am indebted to a number of kind friends here and elsewhere for good My friends in Owensboro are books enthused over Quo Vadls a narrative of the time of Nero It Is translated from tho Polish by Jeremiah Curtin and is a very fine work It is a conflict de- Â¬ scribed of moral ideas with the Roman Empire a conflict from which Christian- Â¬ ity issued as tho leading forco in history A most comforting consoling Look is One of the Hiram Golfs Religion best recitations we had last Tuesday night was Book What would we do without good books 7 Queen Victoria bos been on the throne long Her court pure her life serene She has reigned well all the days of her royal career and now in this her diamond jubilee an empire turns to her with grat- Â¬ Sixty most itude love and loyalty eventful years have slipped by since she a slender blue eyed girl of eighteen re- Â¬ ceived the news that sho was to be the chief ruler of a great nation Were I to say why this pood queen is so beloved and so respected I would answer it in Her tho words Her womanliness political powers her faithful attention to affairs of State have male a deep im- Â¬ pression But the simple pleasures and beautiful virtues of home life have never beon ignored She has baen a tender mother and was a devoted wifo Sho knows how to extend sympathy toothers She lias a high ideal of duty the Queen is a woman liko all other women In all that we read of her there is a toucli of nature which draws our hearts to her I remember only too well reading a touch- Â¬ ing incident told of her visit to a poor woman at Balmoral after her widow- Â¬ hood The woman had like the Queen lost her husband and the two widows wept together Tho woman apologized when the Queen said I am so thankful to cry with some one who knows exactly We do not love Monarch- how 1 feel ism but as Americans we will rejoice with our sister nation during these days of rejoicing and pray that this true woman may yet be spared to lead her nation in the way of peace Â¬ STEPHENSPORT Kentucky Photo Company coming Miss Myra Hanks went to Webster last week Remember the dales of tho Kentucky Photo Company A crowd from here will go to tho Sulphur Wells on Str Tarascon Thursday MisaLillio McGlothlin of Irvington spent Wednesday with Misa Emma Moseley Mr John Domo and wife of Evans vllle were the guests of Mrs Chos Wat llngton last wcok H Youre Safe With Us Thero are no string3 to the guarantees we gtve you We plainly tell you what to expect from every ru chaso and shift all the responsibility from your shoulders to ours We glye you the fullest measure of protection and satisfy our customers in every instance regardless of money loss We want you to lookup to this as tho model grocery store and trade here with tho feeling that youro runnlog no risk This is n store with n past a past that will bear the keenest scrutiny Â¬ i Mr Will FulllnwiderandMrBramlott HardlnBburg passed through town Saturday enrouto to Alton Ind We regret to learn of the death of Mrs Rickette of Union Star We extond our sympathy to tho bereaved family Mrs Lehman of Louisville delivered an interesting lecture on Hygiene to a large crowdof ladies at the M E church Tuesday afternoon We desire to correct an Rom which appeared in our last weeks letter to the Miss Hawkins entertained at News home in honor of Mr Will Kelsey of Cincinnati instead of the gentleman Wo were whose name was mentioned misinformed He was not present Childrens Day will be observed at the M E church next Sunday The following is the program of Processional Welcome Gregory Gibson Cloverport Ky Aipeej Sale SSS SrCB i AT CLIFTON MILLS Friday and Saturday June 25 si 26 The undersigned as Assig nee of Charles Radenheimer will on the above dates sell at Clifton Mills a Stock of consisting of Merchandise Clothing Dry Goods Sad dlery Hardware Notions Etc for Cash 1 Chlldi Choice Music neciUtlon Recitation Song What I Can Do Gratitude By choir Speech Home Happiness Love and Rest Song RecitalLn Song llylhe children Dy four little girls Dy lx Teacheii Prayer Speech Song little girls Hy choir I Reading Hie Valley of Rljht Recitation Song Teachers Dream Duet Address Missionary Song Tte Widowt Mite Song ly t the children Ry pastor A j Monument Solo Farewell Uy Mlu s Dltnche C Moseey Closing Song ind Ida Williams From another Correspondent Ily the chtir Dy twtlvo little folks V G BABBAGE Assignee Our other fruit crop seems to be hit and miss Some of our farmers will have an abundanco while others will not havo enough or home use Oar individual orchard ia bare Work on our church was abandoned during tho crop planting time but will bo resumed again We feel much en- Â¬ couraged over the nice start and now can not aflord to giye up tho effort we have This neighborhood noeds n begun church and needs it badly AVe want every body that is interested in Gods cause to help us help in two ways mon Â¬ We need both ey and prayer A few from this place attended the county Sunday School Convention at Bewleyville the 1G Inst A largj per- Â¬ centage of the Sunday Schools in the county had no report n r sent delegates A nice crowd was out but not such a one Wo would as tho occasion demanded be gad for some of tho Sunday School workers to come up and talk to our peo- Â¬ ple about the importance of Sunday School and the necessity of the older Our school Is a peoplo attending The very nice one for the couutry childron attend regularly but we can not get enough older people to attend to make teachers It la not often you hear of a school having five classes and four teachers but it is the sad fact ono teach- Â¬ er hears two classes The Kentucky Photo Company will only be here 8 days Dont miss them Mrs Syrena Jarrelt is visiting her sis- Â¬ ter Mrs Williams iu Cloverport this week Mr Oayce of Louisville accompanied by several friends visited Mr Geo Jam- Â¬ Reduction in Price SHOES Trices For ibh you A All at that will aelon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ison at the Smith House Sunday The Kentucky Photo Company will be hero from Juuno 29 to July 8 Make photos at 75c per dozen or 5oc for ono half dozen Miss Katie Crawford left on tho 15th for Toronto Canada whore she will at- Â¬ tend the conservatory of inuslc and visit her many relatives and frleuds Mrs Will Courtney nnd little son Sammy returned to their home in OwensIt Is a crying shame to think that our boro Saturday after spending several own metropolis our beautiful southern days with her brothor 8 II Dix and city Louisville is making an effort or at other friends least some of her citizens to mix up ro llglon with the city schools The idea ROSETTA of competent efficient ladles being dis Â¬ missed on account of being conscientious Henry B Head Is at heme Roman Catholics It is in direct opposiThose that desire can certainly set tion to the constitution of these United States and of our own fair Stato When their tobacco plants now over we mix religion with politics and Mrs Martha Priest is vory ill at tho schools we are retrrgrading Wo are homo of her son Charlie Priost losing touch with the intellectual life of Mrs Ann Board tho oldest lndy in a country Teachers of auy denomina Â¬ our neighborhood is very feeble tion should not of course take their own The big Rosotta fiht came up for trial For Sale individual views into public schools but was thrown A Good Milch Cow and CairTersey stock five They should deal with the practical at Bewleyville Frltny years olJ splendid for m Ik and butter Trice 40 probloms presented by moral and social out of court H J KKUU1I Cloytrt ort daughters Mr Horaco Scotts sons and conditions and with the problems of ab- Â¬ stract thought Neither subject should Hurdlnsburg aro visiting their cousin Card be evaded or ignored Pupils will think Clarence Basham We dilrc o inform the public that we are buyer and will aBk questious along relig- Â¬ Mr and Mrs Elij ib Board came up ol tobacco and not sellers that we are not connect Â¬ 1 Major nor with any ious lines To tell a pupil not to from Hardlnsburg Saturday to make a ed with the T warhou warehouse and never havo other tobacco in I he city W D MAJOlt been think or tell him It Is wicked to think short visit at Clarence Bashams jAubvllle Ky 1IAHIIY MAJOR is as bad as to repeat the magic blunder The hardest rain that has fallen since of the Inquisition But teachers can we have lived at this place fell last night Dissolved meet all the eager questioning thoughts between the hours of ten and eleven The builneis firm of D Whltworth A Son has of a trained mind without bringing in in- Â¬ over to me lor Mr W Y llardia Is suffering from bcea diitolttd and th booVs turned themselves In All persons knowing collection dividual views and opinions A Method Â¬ debte heart trouble HI condition is very ma I to said firm will pleato come and settle with ist or a Baptist has bo more right to in- Â¬ without hirlhcr notice While very low bis J II W1IITWORTH it troduce his or her views than a Catholic precarlon Mrs thl Baeliam wai prostrated in a public school where all denomina Â¬ ter tions attend We want brave able with a serious nervous trouble and other Jfeti At thta writing they are trained unbiased unprejudiced teach Â¬ eewpHeatioiui Tha undersrned give notic tka Ve ka made ers then we will have owe oi the Naeet boihbeiWr application la tM Hrer konrldjM County Coutt to spirits a nation east nave All the wipers dUcharye I M AMtatM 8ucu another blackberry crop never beTM Um ttthday rfjast i W S biuvl Loalevlfle are and all the mlaieteM ibr 1 PWmSomumAJiw denouBfilBg th HMveweeit wm know In this ecilo of eoontry Â¬ Â¬ Beautiful assortment at great- Â¬ ly reduced figures For 100 per bbl Undertakers Supplies and can furnish hoarse When you want to drive re Â¬ member me PRINTS SALT G T Marshall Farmers bring in your Produce will pay Louisville quotations 4- - The Next Time You Want ANY OP THESE NAMED ViTi ARTICLES SEE Babbles SOAPS ALL KINDS Line HAIR BRUSHES CLOTHES BRUSHES TOOTH BRUSHES COMBS Stationery Line TE WK ARK CAXRYIMQ A duh Complete Line of NotJait Amsbi BABR4GB -- rgrrH THEl BRRGKENRIDGB NEWS GLOYRRPORT KY BRtCKEURIDGE KEWS 25 1897 WEDEN8DAY JUNE V For lltryulo Illilcrs JTlio rucro fntt Hint n down or 30 wlirrlinrn nrn nIT trmotlier fnr u ilnvs FrHii Iocs not glvo them tlio right to tako WTO l WMsr ston at for dluiier Uinin tliu jl Wtl along which thoy nro riding nor r ty the right to bicomo noisy nml tronblo omo to tlio pcopjo wiiom thoy limy j meet eitiier on tlio road or whom thoy 6top Tliero lmvo been so mnuy hi itff stances of lain In tlio vicinity of largo ntllna twlinii n driven vnnim iiinn dull HUU v UV0 1TMV4W M IVU V virtually well bred and gentlemanly uwvo mnilo themselves so dlsngrccablo pjtJiat hotels nnd stopping places liavo laron nhllfrnrl in mnrn pprrtln rnlnn nnnli Tf m preventing tbo wheelmen from com into tlio dining room in bicyclo cos V f Wl rbmo or from sitting in tlio publlo rooniB except perhaps tlio cafo for tlio proprietors bavo found tbat tbo moment tbo monitors of a party dress in civilian b costume they again rcalizo their ro- fmonalbllity as individals to tlio com- wtfraity and that whilo they remain in twbir bicycle oostnmo thoy seem to think thoy liavo no responsibility whatsoovcr This sort of behavior docs moro harm to tlio general bicycling fraternity than can bo well estimated A fow men go- Â¬ ing to a placo and making themselves obnoxious to all thcro will spoil that particular houso for bicyclists for many a day to como Tho others nro treated like intruders Each ono is sliunnod by peoplo for fear ho is another of tho first gang Regulations such as tbo abovo are posted up in plain vlow making him so to speak a restricted porson and in general many quiet peoplo who are fond of bioycling trips bavo their plcasnro marred simply from this lack of responsibility on tho part of a fow who havo preceded them Harpers Bound Tabic g VI rlalit nor dots to tnke naascisJou nf tlin it tdvo raca to V JinPAf J ADOULU 1 U1 UUflllfln 1 LtiU I AA ktkiiiiimi kkiimii hi ild mil MoKin in ANDY CATHABTIC CUREC0H5TIPATI0H JllLikHl1 Hiram 2550 IITPf 10 MilillMHrl1M rcorronllptlon nnUPXflTUPn PROTECTION TOdlliUMIaL DRUGGISTS irr rnfrftnatural lie Mfil fJin rrmllt Kim rin nr rrlnclmt fane fair uonirrai Jta ALL Why Cansulatea Are Fopolar is woll known that tho pressure for consulates is greater than for any other olasn of offices Various causes contribute to this desiro to go abroad Rcpro cntntivo Hltt thinks ho has tho truo theory It is tho women folks ho Yon know how it is Brown or snys Jones or Smith when ho has means nnd leisure likes to tnko his family abroad When they como back his wife and daughters aro filled with their experiences Tho wholo town is fired with It DR MENDENKAiLS IMPROVED WINTERSMITHS During a third of n century has never failed to drive out all blood impurities Â¬ CHILL AND- - FEVER GDI The Time Tested Jl 1 Â¬ V inornrn ion PERFECTING Two Slleh ig in i ItT 1 Chnnees Saecctted In tho In Â¬ terest of Farmers anil laborers The sonato is now engaged in remedy Â¬ ing tho small import octious of tho Ding loy bill which as all good protection- Â¬ ists assert is ono of tho best tariff bills over drafted It distributes its blessings to all farmer laborer and manufac- Â¬ turer Without doubting tho good inten- Â¬ tions of the makers wo wish to suggest ono or two minor details which might possibly help tho bill to fulfill tbo ex- Â¬ pectations of its authors First Lublus export bounty schomo might cuablo tho farmer to get a small slico of tho benefits of protection Of course tho farmer doesnt expect espe- Â¬ cially at first to get as much of tho benefits as tho manufacturers havo been getting for 80 years A protection of about 20 per cent that is 10 conts per bushel on wheat 6 cents on corn etc wonld satisfy him whilo it takes four times as much to satisfy ordinary tariff Swapping Free Hides For Dutiable Sugar The senate tariff bill as a wholo pays ex Congressman John Do Witt Warner is a notico to eastern manu Â¬ facturers of what they may hereafter expect Hitherto they havo considered protection ai a sort of providential ar Â¬ rangement by which they were enabled to feed on tho rest of tho country Now liko Pdlouins in Hamlet they aro in vited by it certain convocation of politic worms to a suppcruot where they eat Tho manu Â¬ but whero they nro oten facturers uf New England Now York nnd Pennsylvania nro to tako their turn nt being mulcted for tho benefit of oth Â¬ ers who now control legislation This applies especially to tho hido schedule Cannot tho Now England senators seenro fnvorablo changes in that riched Â¬ nle 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dread- Â¬ ed dlseaso that science has been able to cure in all its Btages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to tho medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease r quires a constitutional treatment 1 full a Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces rf the system thereby destroy- Â¬ ing the foundation of tho disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors havo so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to euro Send for lists of testimonials Addreas 8Sold FJ CIIENEYCo Toledo 0 by Drugilsta 75c Vamoai TCIokers M if who knows what ho is talk ing about says in an exchange Most of us aro familiar with tho way in which a horso or mule kicks but fow of ns know bow n camel expresses his auger Tho camel doesnt seem to be out of tompcr Ho lazily chews his cud with his rtyes half closed and thoso not familiar with his ways might fanoy that he is half asleep But directly ho draws a hind leg up under him and then as soon as tho object of his wrath is in range ho sends his hoof straight back like a shot I havo seen a heavy man sent whirling sevoral yards in n donso crowd by tho kick of a camel An cum can kick ns hard as a lioreo I havo seen men kicked so hard by this vicious bird that their legsworo broken Jf Mind my choico of being kicked by a Jiorso or an emu I think I would take i tbo horso Tho omu stands on ono leg ami with tho other strikes n quick and wost paralyzing blow I never would havo believed that a bird had such pow- Â¬ er had I not had oculnr ovidenco of it during this trip After two or thrco of our men had suffered from tho tcrriblo kicks of tbeso birds wo did not venturo near thorn bnt after running our horses till we got close enough would bring them down with our rifles Wo did not approach them till wo know they wcro dead Wo killed them for their feathers nl- though thoy are not sovaluablo as thoso Wo also hunted for tho of tho ostrich eggs which aro to bo found in tho sand but in doing this we took caro not to collido with tho emu Tho eggs ard more In demand than tho feathors They are very beautiful and aro so tough that it is dlfllqult to broak them Profession Â¬ al curio makers drill a holo in caoh end tako tho inaido out and then tho sholl is caryed and mounted in silver v lr A v wrlcr Dr Kings New Sisoovery for Con Â¬ I - sumption y This is the best medicine in the world for all forms ot Coughs and Colds and or Consumption Every bottle is guaran- Â¬ teed It will euro and not disappoint It has no equal for Whooping Cough Asthma Hay Fever Pneumonia Bron- Â¬ chitis LaUrlppe Cold in the Head and jiar Consumption It is safo for all ages pleasant to take and above all a sure rare It Is always well to tako Dr Kings New Life Tills in connection with Dr Kings New Discovery hi they regulate aiid tnne the stomach and bowele Wo guarantee perfect satisfaction or return x WMMtey jree trial uottlo at A K turn Â¬ ers Drug Stow It gtilar size 50 cents and 1 Schlatter Wlca This small export duty would not mako good tho farmers loss becauso of import duties on manufactured products saying nothing about past losses but in courso of time after his industry had felt tho stimulating effects of real protection what protects tho farmer might muster upcourago enough to fol- Â¬ low tho cxaraplo of Oliver Twist which cxamplo has grown into a cus- Â¬ tom with protected interests and ask Possibly also ho might for moro form political trusts or combines to do mand moro and raiso millions of dol lars to send lobbies to Washington to bribo congress Whilo protection is in order export duties arc tho farmers on ly hope With them ho may liopo not only to chango his losses to profits but also to regain that power and position which wcro onco his but which havo long slnco passed into tho hands of tho manufacturers Second It is also fitting to rccognizo tho laborer in tho distribution of tariff profits Liko tbo farmer ho now puts his hand into his pocket to help swell tho profits of protection practically neno of which comes his way It is not an easy matter to cqualizo tho benofits of protection so that tho workingman shall got his full share A prohibitive duty on imported labor might in tho courso of tiino afford somo protection by restricting tho supply of labor so that manufacturers could carry out their good intentions expressed when askiug for higher duties aud pay American wages to American work ingmen At present tho condition of working men in tho protected industries is pitia bio in tho extreme Tho Philadelphia Ledger a good Republican paper told ns about May 1 that in tho protected iron and coal industries of Pennsylvania tho wago rato has been reduced so low that it is scarcoly sufficient to provido tho necessaries of decent sunitary liv iug It says tho lowest classes of alien cheap labor swarm in tho iron and coal districts of tho stato and tho com Â¬ petition for work is 60 flerco that they contend not against tho employers for tho highest wages but among each other for tho lowest As appears by tho testimony presented to tho legisla Â¬ tive coramittco thoy herd in squalor subjects of abject penury and aro beset by diseaso dirt and hunger Tho Ledger thinks our immigration laws nro dofectivo and improvident and suggests that to properly protoct Amoricau workmen congress should pass an immigration as well as a tariff bill This is a good idea and should bo acted upon at onco Tho only woudor is that soma of tho good manufacturers in tboir anxiety to protect and raiso tho wages of their workingmen did not think of this plan before Then if thoy Bhould havo a law passed which should mako it compulsory for thorn to gv at least ono half of their protection and monopoly profits to thoir employees protection would begin to be an all around blessing Tho manufacturers might still bo gotting tho lions share but thoy would not got all When theso changes aro mndo in tho bill it will undoubtedly be what tho New York Tribano dcolarcd its proto Â¬ type tho McKinloy bill to bo tho bravest and best tariff bill over passed Will thoy bo mado Byron W Holt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ infants I think not Tho bill as it stuuls is satisfactory to tho Sugar trust and prob- Â¬ ably cannot bo kept so except by tho votes controlled by tho Cattlo trust of tlio west Wcro the Now England sena- Â¬ tors willing to risk offending tho Sugar trust they could doubtless defeat tho duty on hides but tho fact is that Boston nnd Providence in proportion to thoir size aro far moro thoroughly sat- Â¬ urated with Sugar trust influences than is any other pai t of the country and however much Scnntors Aldrich Wot more Hoar and Locigo may bewail tho frto ot their toot and shoo manufac- Â¬ turers thcro is no prospect whatovcr that they will sacrifico tho Sugar trust interests to holp them Â¬ emulation Now John Jones may not have the means to tako his family to Europe bnt ho has influence in politics When tho pallltlcal whcol turns and his party is up he looks around to seo what the roward for his services shall bo Loft to himself ho would probably bo content with tho postofllce Bat his wifo and daughters have had to listen to what tho Brown women or tho Smith women say of lifo abroad and womenlike thoy havo listened with envy nnd with a fixed pnrposo some day to enjoy thoso experiences for themselves So instead ot letting John Jones nsk for tho post office they insist that ho must bo n consul Eomowhoro Their ideas may bo a littlo iudofiulto about tho uatnro and duties of a consuls office but thoy know it means golug abroad and that is enough for them So John Jones makes ont his applica tion to bo consul gcnornl to Paris and writes his congressman that whilo Paris is his first choico ho will tako something equally good but it must bo abroad And thus says lioprcsoutativo aro tho lives of congressmen Hitt mado a burden for tho first six months after n now administration comes into power By that timo tho consulates ore all disposed of aud tho disappointed applicants con return to tho postolQcca Now York Tribune Â¬ Â¬ SBr MLiliirU 1 Certain cure for scrofula pimples bolls in fact the time tested spring medicine Sold by druggists and mercnauts everywhere BEST TRAINS TO Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha SARSAPARILLA S91 3SS Good Neat Printing GUAUANTEED TO CURE And Malaria In all Forms Tasteless None genuine without the above picture and tho signature of J C Mendenhall St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA CHILLS AND FEVER PREPARED ONLY BY Price 50 conts at all Doalors C MEND13NIIALL EVANSVILLE IND Sold by SHORT HAYNES J Is just as cscntial to success In business as your rating with any of the mcichan tile agencies Write us for prices and 0 samples All work guaranteed 9 fl St Louis or Chicago VFSTIBULED TRAINS VrYe3 SLEEPERS DIKING GARS CHAIR OARS F M RUGG TRAV BANK or Breckenridge News 0 w w OONGULT TICKET AGENT OR PASSR AOtNT ST LOUIS Ma HAHDINSBURG 7 BEARD Freildent WILL MILLER Vlee Presldsat II M Q II BKAPD Cashier 0kWwM mliiuzffiaHfftb smmmmm vsTZSZMmzmm 9 I nc v my ef RATES ru oat-- The most centr llj located Hotel In Ou eltg L JlimlL SUArU Jw a MilSS Senator Hoar That frco hide has been in tho family 25 years aud it al- Â¬ most breaks my heart to part with it Senator Allison You neednt snivol ICcep your old hide if you want to but See yon dont get any sugar profits Sugar Trnat Uxlsts No linger Wo aro assured by Tho Sugar Trado Journal of May 13 organ of tho Sugar trust that if ovtx n monopoly existed Futhlnir Along a Good Thing or btanatlon I i A spoclul to Tho Mawi from El Paso Tox says that Yhwcui Soh ttter who claimed to per term winter ous euros by diviuo power was Noentb found dead In tho foothills Tba Bopar Tariff Prlxo Futile U Ster Hadro 85 miles southeast of A reward of f 23 is offered by tho uaaaurauae in tho state oi umnua- Ho had boon lasting ana Now York World for any liuguist who ViypaViiMtlyg rvod to death While in will translate tho sugar sohodulo in tho IHtver ftroM An 22 to Nov 13 1893 now tariff bill into English that can bo akMt 9Q00O neonTe vlaltod Schlatter to understood It is said that tho sugar Mev treatment men understand it perfeotly and if thoy do what business is it of others Tho Salve fctaktoac Araft Sugar trust is running tho United Tm Bawr Salvk is the world for Cuts States senate at present and it is hold Â¬ an Uloeia fiU Kheuw Ke- - ing up all legislation until it gets what QbaooMl Hanik Oiill it wauls If the people of this couutry Mafa Ooraa tmd alt Skin Eruption bad a chauoe to voto on the election of United Stated senators aotne of the old Jotwila in tbe aenato would rover be Journal qalra It U gtwraataad to riy baard of again Harriaburg Telegraph alletin MtUlnilwa or flMMMjr fhutAtA Jrk bos Fo 8am av A R 2SetliKHr Who Xf Fsf PretsetleaT Tke Traaf Warn JfUn4v KiaW Tba law is UiyaslaUa tbat tba aapro Senator Aldrioh baa always beau a i truly good friend laoied must pay tba ultimata oust for of tba Sugar trust and tt is apparant thai tbia friendship tba proiaoiion of tba psotaeiad David LuWu bat sot grown oold Bottoo Bwitlg DfiNVKH Tuno 7 J mtr jtlet jei in tho sugaatrcfiniug business it exists no longer and it is not likely that it This is delight Â¬ will over bo renewed ful news Tho Journal was discussing on amendment to the sonato bill to havo refined sugars pay tho samo duties as raw sugars in cases whero tho manufac- Â¬ ture is controlled by a monopoly If this visionary proposal should pass tho senate it would jopaidizo tho tariff bill aud tho Sugar trusts tens of millions of surplus profits which aro so near at hand that tho months of Have mcycr aud Scarlcs nro watering for them Tho Sugar trust trembles at tho prospect nnd tries to keep up its courago by hav Â¬ ing its organ inform tho world that A lot of such visionary proposals will no doubt bo introduced whilo tho bill is under discussion bnt in tho end tho sound judgment men will control and a tariff bill bo passed without very much chango from tho sonato schedule Tho trust may bo right It usually is for it can prcdiot what will happen to tho sugar schedulo of tho sen a to bill It knows what demands will bo mado by CL0VERP0RT KENTUCKY its agents and tools in tho scnato nnd tbo power of thoso who it also knows Local Agents ninko demands to enforce them It puts 70000000 against tbo interests of 70 Homestead Fertilizer Company and 000000 people nnd it knows from ex Standard Oil Company perience which has most weight in tho scuute whore two or thrco hold the bal Â¬ Dealers In ance of power Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor No thero is no sugar trust and novcr ing and Ceillug Weather Boarding was one Shingles Salt Lime Cement When thodovil was sick tho dovll a Laths Plaster Plastering taint would be Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc rcrpetual motion by Protection Tho California argumont for higher Estimates Furnished for Buildings and frnit duties is a sort of perpetual mo- Â¬ Building Material tion Tho only disadvantage tho Call forulau frnit raiser is at is to bo found in tbo cost of his land bnt tho only thing that makes his land expensive is Is jour benltli Vonrlinpiilness Is jour stranaib tho profitableness of fruit culture Keeplbe lleud unit Throiit clunr and bcaltlif ami rnurtnlmtaml hrnlntnliajfitretnleaw Sq tho matter works out in this way JUDUUANh MKVrjIOIINIIAIEKIathe Tlio great profits of fruit raising sent eroilot relief to mankind In nil lieiu trouble oa ivkih Thut noun tii Â¬ ofCutitrrh TAUUII coiiis nivAil odor In hoit ill tho value ot laud up to hundreds of dolII apponra Wondorfnl liar KnToraad lars an aero Tho interest on tho valuo AsUim hr HUVII ONLY IIUMIIMAMN B I l llruilU w4 t II ir of tho laud makes n largo item in a Nftlhol frM 4 fr IUli ll IS ttl usiixii lima cu tiiu sits uo u s x raisers balauco sheet and ho fools fruit tho need of a high prico for his fruit This Souator Jones proenrcs for him by lotting it bo known that ho will not voto for tho tariff bill unless it contains T TMK duties on hides and iuciuascd duties on Great RESTORER nnd tho cheapest sorts of wool fruit RQBtoros psrfeet Tho increased duty adds to tho profits ncaiin vLror ana of fruit cultnro and thu prico ot laud wanliiKMlTnd re takes anothor riso whereupon tho fruit moves all obsta fjrf grower complains that the interest on cles to marriage l Rostoros tlio his land investment is so great or tho mn r lr y nervous entire rcntul ho has to pay for hiu laud is so system and stops all Ts JSr w high that thoro is nu insufficient profit i Ra- vital tosses movoa effects of the iu tho business tor him aud tho ouly tins ot youth tnd ex thing that will save him from disustor cesses of later years Is moro duty Romovos all effects Logically this process can be carried of dissipation and repairs all watte places on indefinitely Practioally it canuot Cures InsoraulanOil becauso with the inoreaso iu tho price restores refreshing ot fruit tho consumption of fruit will sleep Cures Im- decline Tho consumer will bo worse and restores ull vital power otf for the chango Tho grower so far Cures all wasting as ho is not to be considered ns a land diseases and restores bo no hotter off bat tho owner will development to all parts of lbs body NERVE LIFE Is tbo only Vurcly valuo of the luid will bo as high as tho scientific treatment and affords relief from of frnit culture will permit t9 first days use It removes tho causa of Commerce aud Cowwercial Grand Chain Ills 14 10th MORRIS KSKHIDQK I Director R M J0LL7 17 J O Mendenhall Evansvillo Ind Dear Sir You may ship another INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Gross of jour Improved Chill nnd Fever Cure on some terms as last It is a splendid seller I consider It tho best Chill Curo In the market o you suffer from AroyAUtfoInfr to take a trlpf Hetcro llcailuclie Jttrvmmitftaf Hrulck Yours very Iruly t It all by ilea or Kxlmiiotlniif Whr nut jh u in if iimm imiaj Jacoh Feiiknstkin iuiiiiian ofjithin Inhaler tin uteri jklC Help that lieiularlie curt that m rvounn m an it Bealflcfifs by tho uo in Stimulant ana prorcntrttlre known wonderful rp fin liar fovtr ami Aithtna tflUTY UUsHlI A Western Hunkers llliifT and ymi will alwnjrs uu it MAVH tMIAIiiit at UrncrWU finlfurll It Iff CMit fftHrKd tor Hook en YUnthol fr Did you over realizo that there is Mftll ftn tnl t v h cian mi iuiu to muxk3 skill to bo exercised iu tho making of an eifectivo bluff Nearly overy man in a pinch is nnxious to frighten tho oppo- Â¬ sition but ovcrything depends upon the way in which it is done This was tho philosophy of tho rotircd banker and a story went with it Iu ono of tho Colorado towns that havo siuco becomo cities I was running a privato bank and thoro was another iustitntinu of tho samo kind iu tho placo Wo loaned hoavily on real cstato in thoso days and a sudden collapse of tho boom left our securities greatly depreciated Under such circumstances rumors that wo could not pay soon gain ed circulation and wo had to mako tho best preparation wo could for n run It camo iu trno western fashion with n rush with threats and a flourish of guns amoug tho moro excited My rival took tho old plan of paying at but ono wiudow making each transaction In thoorld For II jenxa this aline by merit as long as possiblo nnd thus staving off alone lias dint nnccil nil competitors W I DouKlns SIM Slot ami SMll alines are tho inevitable whilo hoping against the pruluctlnii ot akllled workmen from tlio hope Ho announced to tho crowd ev- Â¬ best material poMlnln nt these prices Alao SVil ami tun suws fur nun MM t2M nuj ery fow minutes that ho could pay dol SIHrorbors Douglas ahnes nro Indorsed V u so lar for dollar but his uuxicty was by over wearers ns the best In stylo lit ami durability of any apparent thut it mado tho depositors shoe ever offered at the prices moro insistent They are mado In all tho latest shape and styles and ot every variI took tho other tack in making my ety of leather If dealer cannot supply you write for cata bluff I had raked together enough to logue to W L Douglas Urockton Mass bold by stand a good stiff pull so I told all SAMUEL SULZER Cloverport Ky hands to stop ovcrything clso aud or dered each ouo to becomo a paying tell- Â¬ er I also posted notices that tho doors of tho bank would remain open till ov- Â¬ At the Law Office of ery ouo was paid oven if it took all night This set tho crowd to guessing V G BABBAGE and they cased up n good deal My next IN HARDINSI1UUO raovo wus to place money iu tho hands ot friends havo them uiiuglo with tho You Can Get mob besieging tho other bank and then rush over and deposit witl mo This A Psed Mortgage or any writ- ruse turned tho tido and by 0 oclock ton Insrument drawn Rent I had moro on doposlt than when tho buy or sell a piece of land run began Detroit Frco Press Collections made and remit ancn prompt Copying dono on the Call graph the bust type writer in the world Wlisrfmasfers Steamboat Agents New -- W BEARD WsSmmmm r Z m DO YOU TRAVEL -- Tmwrramaa r Tf JrtrJyviMll J0HSi lB a in iS Z f I C lVLTn 1 JouisTTlle Ky KtEKtMJjry Vi4S-S--atSLsTT1 wffit3rRrErn 1 l- Jl KrRa Ti115ta C1 i i 11 faa tf n Hjivvat m KlMjE uwW t SS9fl r3Sta kwa w Jfllit SortJlorJ - 1 Rockport THE Saw Works Repairs Saws of All Kinds i jfl Particular attention given to repairing large Circular Saws Hammering and Straightening a Spdclalty iy i- - Â¬ Every Saw tested by Btecn before it leaves the eliop Every Saw warranted Workmanship the very bet t Prices lower than any shop In America Mark your name on Saws and Bond a letter of advice as to repairs wanted THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS ROCKPORT IND Â¬ WLDOUGLAS 3 SHOE lli0 iTVxfllsPhaVwHawlPfliiiiilH iiiiH Â¬ h V HmJr Biff I 1 m jm Ll Â¬ Z T COX Agent JT - Ekron Ky GREGORY CO T IE1 OWZEJIfcT WITH PICKETT - TOBACCO - WAREHOUSE C A Bridges Co ciias w G J til C BUSH D D S 6fhSt Cannelfon Ind bridges bridges A lMlOlltirTOUS Cor Eighth and Main Str6ots LOUISVILLE KY FOUR MONTHS STORAGE FREE BOOK KEEPING Office on p actlced and operations performed In the inoit skillful to suit the times manner at prices Daatlstrj In all Its Branches SHOBT HAHD TELE0BAPHY PENMANSHIP ETC Crown and Brldt Work a specialty extracted Positively Without lalo Teetb PijjCJ- LS LM VStWt C4Wfr72t7tZSfLSfri7jVUfru Who desires to better his or her condition in life should write tho Catalogues of tho fox Itloat Complete Dentnl Itooiii in Southern Indiana FOR SALE CHEAP and cne j tear old II taken soon rae hlloSows breJ tecently to Ilmdlcv No Chiler f i lwi inesier tints ami two l umi wniru hilts breilione Chister male c months dd one Poland Chim mild to wri Ls old 7 heitcr male pigs 8 weeks ol J all choice stock A bargain to thoia In rcelof somcthlic nl e Write or come ltesp at once II A PARKS Clilion Mils Ky 43 BRYANT No 400 THIRD STBEKT IiOUISVILLE STRATTON TgggEMx KV YOUR FORTUNE Health Depends ITpon Your Teeth Being in Order Good We fully realize your thoughts when the idea of having dental work done comes hut nevertheless they must have nttention nnd the sooner the better We nre prepaicd to do your work with a guarantee to give fntisfaction nt exceedingly low prices We will he at Irvington on Wednesday and Thursday after the fouith Monday of each month It is to your interest to consult us J H Huusche NERVErhLIFE The TAILOR WfL rvwv Â¬ Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky Â¬ Casper May Co IND I For Family or Medical Use OANNELTON rv and assists piiture to effect a cure Cures guaranteed Special discount to physicians Our new treatise on Nervous Dissases Manhood Its Lous and liscovcry mailed tree in pitm seawi wrapiwr ice two z osac MsnUoa ttus paper iv He is Tata TrimsiU 14 U Cssrtstst Puling Mea 4ZfArrveu oryupoUnef Hlaeplauaoeaa eto efBf4 bj Auai or otuar Kiewuea aad Indkr 3Aty quuutiy ana oration Vitality In older MtorI4trstudr bgilueaaor roonsanJ a m a nan ra marrl tf nsdaprnwi install and Ounauatuttoaom mm la iiiaa Tklr naa alum iminedlata Udm MADE TABLETS TO8ITIVK1Y CORK ME A MAN AJAX jure Apple Trandy Pfl fua l i hi ww have crc aaahaaw lniaiani Mat and all ass tMvwwrtssM ska aanlna lax Tafelatf TW ifcamaali aa4 will ear sea We alja a Mt- - CURE -- lti ft ffxsrxxsssa eta iaa Hall tnatjaeat I make a specialty of Fine Apple Brandy guaranteed to be strictly unadulterated I use nothing hut sound and ripe fruit My Brandy is all fermented In tubs not In ccnicnt cisterns so that mean disagreeable flavor is not detected Desirous of Introduclnsr mv foods will make special nrices on one to four gallon packages 95 goods f joo per gallon nnd 97 goods ft 7 per gallon f a b All packages tec u rely scaled and shtppell on snort notice m urt MMML M tAW4S4j SiStM hr trtiolMCIavrior fcrtMnrMaa DrMKKllUKf C M SMITH Andy ville Ky tV i p hht nifiny iii ztTiiatTlffi- - Til St lX- - Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JUNE 22 18H7 b i i it i t T 4 t f f tr i v Hundreds of thousands havo been in- Â¬ duced to try Chamberlains Cough Rem- Â¬ Why Increase the tioal Duty edy by reading what it has done for Under tho existing tariff bituminous others and having tested its merits for coal pays 40 cents a ton Tho Dingley themselvea aro to day its warmest bill proposes to mako this 75 cents In For sale by A R Fisher friends 1895 0 the imports of bituminous coal Cloverport and R A Shellman Stc into tho United States wcro 1243835 tons Tho exports wero 2240284 Tho phensport figures for Canada were Imported from THE srniXCTIJIE is be Nova Scotia Now Brunswick etc CHURCH CAVE The Star Customer Joke From a ood Roads 123404 tons from Quebec Ontario Ono of tho attractions of n certain du- Â¬ states in this country that cannot etc 30087 from British Columbia Come Out plicate this condition this spring or any Chestnut street cafe is a beautiful An Â¬ 027257 exports to theso tbrco divisions other for that matter It is a constantly gora cat which is generally very mild respectively 413 tons 1671303 recurring evil that will continue so mannered and ladylike Tho cat passes 3094 Canada now proposes in case and the long as present methods of highway raost of her timo sitting upon the cash- Â¬ Dingley rato is imposed to retaliate by repair prevail Hero iers desk Sho was posing thero ono a high duty on our coal which construction nnd will aro a few items taken from tho Chicago day when tho star customer went up to certainly not stimuloto exports Here Evening Post of March 29 They relato tho desk to pay for his noonday meal Electric Bitters Did you over ticklo a cats noso is on export business worth twice as a familiar talc Â¬ tho patron asked of much as tho corresponding import busiElectric Hitters is a medicino euied Aurora It is next to impossiblo to with a toothpick ness and it is to tho tho cashier It has an awfully funny of ruining thoproposed for run sakorisk get about in tho country with n load Â¬ for any season but perhaps more gen of former tbo erally needed v hen the languid exhaust Â¬ Light milk wagons aro drawn into tho effect on tho animal mnkes it sleepy screwing 350000 taxes out of tho lat- Â¬ Ho had n toothpick in his hand and ed feeling prevail when the liver is tor city each morning by four horses in Â¬ offering ter nnd plea of reviving it to tho cashier said Tako Anieiican this on thoCan nny sano man two Tho stago which runs be- Â¬ industry pid and slujrgisli and the need of a tonic stead of tween Geneva nnd Bntavia has had this and ticklo tho cat thero with St and alterative is felt A prompt use of difficulty getting through with four Tho cashier took tho littlo splinter of fail to sco that even assuming that this tnedicinn has ofteu aerted long and horses This too is on tho famous wood and passed tho end of it over tho imports do not fall off it is hardly for of No medijM rliajis fatal bilious fuvi ra Elgin Aurora bicyclo course which noso of tho drowsy Angora Tho next worth whilo tempt tho sake into a paltry ruining 350000 to Canada puss emitted a scream of nn cino n ill act more surely in counteract- Â¬ guidebooks call tho best strip of road instant guish and leaped many feet into tho an established business nearly twice as ing and freeing the system from the ma around Chicago large as that which is to yield tho taxi Elgin Roads iu this vicinity are air With tail erect sho clambered up Yet Siirial poison Headache Indigpstion is tho way in which tho old practically impassable except for light tho wall jumped over tho bar over- Â¬ thingthis Constipation Dizziness yied to Electric works turned a number of glasses and bottles loads Tho bottom is hub deep Hitter r0and 100 per bottle at A R Galena Tho roads in Jo Daviess and finally disappeared through an open KiBhers Druz Store HOW TO FIND OUT conuty nro impassable Farmers can- Â¬ trap into tho cellar where for five min not get in to market with produce Un- Â¬ utes sho seemed to bo having u fit Tho Fill a bottle or common glass with Prance and American Students dertakers nnd liverymen aro uuablo to cashier was pallid with fear Ho could Tho Sorboune is by no means satisfied attend funerals in tho country as not imagino what had happened nnd urine and let it stand twentv four hours of Good nith simply allowing its students to hearses and carriages cannot bo drawn tbo star customer had suddenly disap- a sediment or settling indicates an un- Â¬ listen to courses of lectures It therefore over tho roads peared After awhilo the cashier exam healthy condition of the kilnej s When provides on n largo scalo a system of Harvey Tho impassablo condition ined tho toothpick aud found that tho urino stains linen it is evidence of kid- Â¬ conferences or cours fermes which are of tho roads throughout Thornton town Â¬ end which had tickled thco cats noso ney troube Too frrquent desire to designed to drill tho student in special ship lias practically suspended trafllo had been generously daubed with taurinate or pain in the back is also con- Â¬ problems and question as well as for between Chicago and Harvey duriug basco sauce Philadelphia Record vincing proof that the kidneys and blad explaining aud dovcloping iu detail tho last two weeks Yesterday tho first of Music Some for ten some for twenty and der are out of order those subjects which tho professor can- Â¬ delivery wagon for over n week got not fully dwell upon in his regular through from Chicago Heights but some for thirty ears havo suffered from be WHAT TO DO be A course Tho instruction hero is given with only n half load piles and then have been quickly and There is comfort in the knowledge to mostly by assistant professors but it Jolict Jolict is completely embar Â¬ permanently cured by using Da Witts often expressed that Dr Kehners must not bo inferred from this titlo that goed from tho outside so far as tho Witch Hazel Salve the great remedy for Swamp Root the great kidney remedy OF Come they ore tyros iu science In the depart Â¬ country is concerned It is absolutely piles and all forms of ikin diseases fulfils every wish in relievirg paiu in the ment of mathematics tho teachers at impossiblo for farmers to reach tho city be back kidneys liver bladder and every tho Sorboune includo men who in addi Â¬ Funerals in tho country havo been dis- Â¬ Short Haynes part of the urinary passeg s It corrects tion to holding a very high rank among posed of by temporary interment on tho Champ Clark Wit tho mathematicians of tho world have homestead land Farmers como in with inability to hold urine and scaldirg pain Champ Clark of Missouri is not only in passirg it or bad effects following use displayed that forco and cleganco in four and six hones for coal and gro- Â¬ one of tho wittiest men in tho houso of of treating their subject which has long ceries liqnor wine or beer and overcomes been n fcaturo of French scienco and Lcmont Tho roads in tho country representatives but ho is ono of tho that unpleasant necessity of being com best posted on the tariff question w ho have prepared textbooks uucqualed near Lcmont nro so bad that farmers Iu ridiculing somo of the rates of tho pelltd to get up many times during the fnr cleanups aud precision cannot get to town without using four Heretofore admission to theso coarse horses and tho wheels sink down in Dingley bill that to him seemed subject night to urinate The mill and the ex jvirrLHR JTiifk7i has been mostly confined to holders of clay to tho hub They cannot travel to criticism ho recited how a man of traordinary effect of Sramp Root is soon tho French baccalaureat but thero i moro than ono eighth of a inilo with Â¬ tho namo of Goodyear went beforo tho real z d It stands the highest for its ways and means committco and secured wondeiful cures of the most distressing no regulation absolutely requiring this out stopping to rest tho horses qualification If any American student Napervillo Tho roads wero never ns the tariff he wanted by somo skillful cases If you need medicine you should who has taken his bachelors degree bad in 20 years as now ilud is nxlo palaver about tho great statesmen that havo the best Sold by diuffgists price fJfgljBW wishes to enroll himself at tho Sorboune deep Farmers do not venture out to Maine had produced Then ho said fifty cents and one dollar On these Tables and Youll You may Mr Chairman that pleco of soft as n student ho will experience no dif- market unless necessity drives them to toap mado it harder for every poor have a satnplo bottle and pamphlet both ficulty except that arising from the in Â¬ it creasing numbers who flock thither for Princeton Tho roads in many sec Â¬ mail in the United States to build a sent free by mail Mention the Bbeck house Governor Dingley swallowed tho KxmnflE News and send your address to instruction At i conference at which tions of Bureau county aio impassable the writer was present tho number at Â¬ Much inconvenience nnd financial loss bait as quick as a trout would swallow Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y L H tending was so great that auy individ Â¬ is beiug occasioned to farmers who for a fly laughter and next summer somo The proprietors of this paper guarantee St L Rv FordsYlile Branch ual must havo felt himself somewhat four weeks havo been uuablo to draw poor devil out west living in a dugout the genuineness of this oflV 100 miles from a railroad station who at a disadvantage Professor Simon any loads TIME TABLE No 10 Kcwcomb iu Forum Woodstock Tho roads in this section voted for McKiuley under tho doluded TliJVEIEj for Fifty Cent aro tho worst iu many years With idea that prosperity would como under Guaranteed tobacco cure makes weak TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 1897 his administration and who has not men strong blood purehabit L All druslU- 60c For three years wo have ni ver IVen warm winds they might bo in fair con heard of this tariff bill ciphers it out Trains leave Louisville aa follows without Cha nberlalus CoHc Cholera dition in two or three weeks Wcit Bound Trilm Hilt Bound Train that ho can build him a two room cot Whiting Ind Tho roads in this sec DailT and Diarrhoea Rsmedy in the Iiousp Dllr Daily T5 iO S W ItAILWAY Cioclnnatl and lie tago with lumber aud other building LOUISVILLE ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun Uatt St Lous and Iho West REPORTS sars A II Patter with E C Atkins A tion for mijes around aro in n terrible materials at tho old rata He goes to the NoS Nol No 2 No state In many places they C 100tm f IrrinptonAr SoOtm No o No 16 No 18 Indianapolis Ind and my wir impassablo to vehicles of any nro utterly station to get tho lumber and finds that Lv I ouIill kind 1125 jsam Ssjam 2pm I0U uimein would as soon think of being without tho price has gone sky high and ho goes 1140 I Ar Cincinnati Harned 7 42 Knnkakce Most of tho highways in 645am ts sjara 605pm LOUISVILLE KY Judo 1897 1147 i Ar Columbus 11 ur as a Junction 717 si 15am SiiPm 1105pm bottle of this R medy iu the Kankakeo township aro stoned and aro back to his homo and says to his wife MM i Ar rnuburg llardintbur Ssjjiro 7CT 7 sjam My dear I am sorry that wo must stay V have nsfd it with U 10pm Shipper ibould mark all paakiget pUlnly in fairly good condition In eorao parts 6 50 am li soatu uninnirT season Junction Jir wasninjton 717 ArHiltimora Kirk sZopra no 702 all three of our children and it lias never of tho county n wagon wheel will sink in the dugout Wo cannot bnild our lit- Â¬ with ihlpper nam and poit offle addrui 12 SS Ar Phi adelphia Jolly SCO 10 13am 340 pm tle house A great man by tho namo of to its hub Ar New York Glcndetne S0 f tiled torur not s in ply to stop pain is joon SS5P Dempster Ar lloston BUTTER irs 905pm Governor Dingley has put tho prico of 20 300pm Waukcgan Tho highways in tho out 120 but ntrt absolutely It is all right aud irHalliftoughlv era Nraln No 16 has elepant Pullman Buffet Parlor 9 lumber and other things so high that CholM ooonlry skirts of Waukegan and tho surrounding J 45 5 44 Kcmpiier Car to Cincinnati ami Drawine room Slerper and LoolsTllle HecdenontSt Louis RyCo Medium mi one who tries it will find it so For country nro simply frightful 1SS wo cannot do it but thank God ho Kocku1 S diolnrcanCincinntil to Washineton Baltimore The coun Crtamtrr xcr Iluth a tie by A R Fisher Cloverport and R lhiladelnbiaanj New Vnrlr wttkivif rhanve 5f0 try people nro mud bound A number of has left dragons blood free Laughter 2 15 KUU3 Atkla 823 Train No IS has clrtant Pullman Pallor Car to A Shellman Stephensport 2SU Oak Sill country schools nro closed becauso it is Next year when my handsomo friend Fraih Cincinnati and Pullman Drawintr room and dinloj Mitchell FEATHER8 care bincmnati to new York without change too hard for teachers and rrauils to net from Iowa Mr Dollivcr returns to 2 Sin ATynrHTiierT SOGim Train No to has sleeper to Cincinnati open t that fine agricultural district which lie Prim unit goi- to them London and IU IJoa Taking-- Effect 9 o clock to receive paucogeia represents eomo man who has not been Old Vorkville Tho publio highways nro London does its liouizing in such a J8 St LqhIs SprlBgUeW and Mm Wst At 630 oelekl Snadaj Uij 30 2697 Barely 15 very original fashion that thero is no an impassablo gulf iu most places and able to buy a coat becauso of tho high No 1 duek No 4 Comfort No 16 No to prico of woolen cloth will say to his POULTRY LyLoulsilU Ssop tolling iu udvauco whether a visitor the hitherto sound roliablo gravel road TTmI Bound Travu 35m Xatl Bound Train 3sm yltas 3 0 ArbtLouis 640pm aro cut through to tho bottom Milk neighbor There comes Dollivcr who Hem per lb isjuin will bo iguored or taken up Wo Ar bpringneld Chlckeni pr dot 9 840pm t 933am ll 42 But Spring per lb make a tremendous fuss over some sec wagons havo abandoned their routes put up tho prico of woolen Boods LouisviUe Duek 44 North Yernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a 7 8 Mail A Mail A tho successful candidate for tho post Gecie i per do daily owl rote celebrity who excels only iu and creamories havo been compelled to il09 Bxprs Kaprs STATIONS Kiprs Kipr Charlestown accommodation leaves at 3 30 p m POTATOES blowing his own trumpcr whilo tho close for want of tho milk and cream office in that district says Ob but Dol except bnrday Dally Dally per J J0Q1 7J Daily Dally Traina No 16 ao and 44 hare elegant Jayeoachcs rsul empire makers aro sometimes al supply Four horso teams como to town livcr put divi divl on tho frco listl IrUh La barrel new 4 Opm 7Uam N 12 Slpral 7 43Pa ot J0Q 3 00 6 m Pullman pallor and tlecplns car to SU Louis lowed to come and go unuoticed For for half on loads of coal and find great And in chorus they sing Dollivcr and 8wet poUtoejrxr bbl Kentucky fat 12 21 7 44 733 7J divi divi forever TRAINS AKKIVE Laughter Ap rrum nore 2 to en SIS West 1olnt llfOaml 6fS S3 difficulty in returning Fait Mill Lino BttwMn solid and w oil planned progress achieved nigotr Howard 1143 Prom East 715 a m 113 noon 640 p651 50 til plauso on tho Democratic side nary per buibel with tho most limited resources thero 64S 821 Willowdale 1133 645 iaasam3aiam nock Ilaren 11 18 K3 6M Iat the Convict at Work 641 ROOTS has been nothing since the days of CHvo lrom Wcst 7 tea m is ijp m Louisville jMng nranch 1171 Evansville City llclet oRice aoulheasi corner64op u and ew Dont neglet chills Chiils bring on Olonr mi 031 To set tho inmates of tbo stato pris Â¬ H0 to beat that of tho Kigcr company Tho J7J 10 J Fourth 861 HrandcnburK lilt 61 congestion congestion brings on death Seoiea Soak Main streets Depot Seventh and river 3 863 1102 II 618 Ekrua A18 STEAMERS last ltttlo campaign against tho Fon ons at work building such roads would 1 Pink 9 07 62il Guiton 0M Ior detail Information rrcardlnc rates time oa is 610 iu luhs Tirtually deoided the question of bo n particularly appropriate proceed You nn cure chills and bi come stout Yllow Inlntjtoa 913 104 ConriectuglueslwiluetMilor dlnlrs cars tC joQ 1J U 3 92J 03 E G RAGON 1161 Webster 1037 66U supremacy over a population estimated ing Tho criminal is an enemy of the and healty by using Dr Balls IVpper Wild linger- MSMMOWN JJrM a 31 fliJ Idibuir 1024 6 42 Dutiut Iass Ticket A jent B O S W Ity P M llyan Master Ldy Slipper at 6000000 or 10000000 of tho inoot community aud of tho general welfare mint Chill Tonic Short llaynte W A Bishop pBrir 9 32 Pierc 1020 77- U43 6N 4th and Main Louisville Ky A ppi m 71Saaple 1013 1H warliko of African natives and a coun Â¬ aud ho would thus to mado to minister H 631 or J U CHUSSHROUGM U Iood TARASCON l2 720 951 Stepaensport 10 or 612 It I Dcttcr try of Iniwenso potentialities The vic Â¬ to ouo of tho chief needs of tho commu General Passenecr Airent CinclaaaN Ohio 72i 868 Addison iota 618 D h Pnny MnUr FIELD SEEDS O B WAHPKL Assist Th Matter of better roads is an im Â¬ 727 96t L T Coanr Pnrir tory was achioved by a few hundreds nity and to promoto tho general welfare Holt 969 6 IS General lainger Agant CiacisausW Ohio Tlmotby 1011 Cloierport 14t 729 943 603 in tho most effectual manner He would portant one aud it is tho coming prob Â¬ Clorer perper fcuibl of black troops led by o handful of Eug 41 1014 buihtl Skop 940 SCO lt 7 51 1023 TELL CITY bogcttiug tho occupation ho needs for lem to bo solved by county governments lfsh officers It was as significant iu its Silllman CrimioB Clorer per buihtl 4 49 927 39 8M 10 S3 HswesTille R 11 Dallara Mailer W B 917 4 40 RtdToppej luihel vraj s Plassey bnt when the organizer hU own health he would bo much more In tho rural districts of Philadelphia Orchard NwUII Purr 12 104 901 Iettle Urau iter buihtl of victory Sir Gcorgo Goldle reached than paying the cost of his trial and and tho adjoining counties there aro Blu Falcon 9 Id 18 V D STAGGS Unit finer txr buhel 1468 Iswispoit 140 8 27 mauy mile of smooth well kept and Bin 854 419 Londou a few lines in small typo on on confinement and ho would be confer 111 bnih llfrt 8 47 Waltmaa flrut itr 413 iusido patro of The Times wcro all that ring a permanent and incalculably enjoyublo roads and thero is no reason Onlcn Fell Yellow per buhel 8 42 1114 ally xept Bturd7 UtwMa 4 0 Power IM A Vi a a iT LHIT great benefit upon all classes of honest why Delaware should not move in tho Zll u 51 1125 Patts 827 163 be got Wodo not regret thU Neither Whit and Wr AmitsrJiBi n uism Owensbons 818 341 peoplo in the state matter It pays better to havo good Exchange wo nro sure does Sir George Goidic It US HUS 914 Mattinrly 807 333 yrlght skipped fcy O roads than to keep on patching np poor Qretn rood GlilV OM Ma4 8g 339 llOt is better to let things develop quietly in r Itiu t ti Dry Salt food aHaalay 768 11 338 UK roans witn pieces or sou old roots and Dry that part of tho world But when one Wortklnjtton 768 lint rood 32 TTUr will laa th stones as big as a mans head WilÂ¬ HMn lata Kads 74S recollects tho gazettes and medals and 313 N4Hf4HMfMHIHHN U tottpBMl m4 aww 9 4 O fTlJM 9 IT I SfOMSTllI 7M 3oI 738 mington News distinctions devoted to comparatively MM WOOL Vataett TfcM4 eulUarytr Bipto4 at Ma U ajnwlsy WMHly T15m WWi IZ II A U Tab WMk4 auirnportaut skirmishes In India and t09 nu I to thai of th They are dandles said Thos Bowers Ortue It IS B M M t af Ut tnth elsewhere it raises queer ideas as to our Trains Noa ii and a ml t uni flD 8 M4 at the Crocket Tex Enterprise while Stii j a4Kt jlnaton dally except Swnday with Iraios to and national discrimination AmM Loadoa Sat Art sfriaemMi m m aad foravsUla Kraaca t much In little always aj HarJUf mmm writing ahoet DWiUs LitlU Early urday Review MTJ M4 Kim OOvHm r WPaefcr Car twtwa ready elBclent satlsf ao- Lau IinNXY Um Mttt XIMSLlAVaftM HtCWsak aad HwsdarwB Onlrdtnct tin villa for WWMIT orriPrttentacoMor teter W 1 1 1 I ia oW Nonh wn For fixtker lafaiifo KdarateVub Itnnrc Wnh r xesret aailaw JkF car all Ur UU kk b4 laF IIII1H M o Utt r mU Mm I can candy llllt fr lr nirw roumlpailno foreier StXHMJt toutlpaUca H CTlioslDIJaT A O A Uuua i amtfuUlt IW oaJf HID rn v L nil itruTCfei refund nosey ataaa4l to U IUi el Itk eeate ad Uttw HhttH k Hays iiim 1 f w I IuUvilk Ky Owwboto K7 Â¬ Tha Imitative Quality To thnt far distant region lying bo low Jlodra bay a iur trailer took liii Uoston brido and on thafolloviug Sun day proudly led her to tho Bent of hon Â¬ or in tho littlo chapcL Tho congrega- Â¬ tion to be Ruro consisted chiefly of converted Eskimos but there vrero a few English nud Amoricnn reiiilputs nnd tho natives ns the story will show vrcro not nnnppreciative Tho brido wai dnweii in tho Tolnmi nous fashion of SO yearn nga A geuor eras circle indeed would haro been ro quired to outlino her skirts aud n co- Â¬ quettish little Toil shaded tho upper half of her pretty face Entranced Fat tho Eskimo women but with tho call to prayer their head bent reverently in tho customary atti tude of worship Wcro they following tho earnest words of tho minister Wcro their petitions rising with his On tho contrary all tho women wcro busily en Â¬ gaged in dragging forward to tho tips of their noses tho nets which after long urging tho missionaries had induced them to adopt to confiuo their flowing hair Tho voil of tho brido had demor- Â¬ alized their religious devotion Such was tho honesty of theso Hud- Â¬ son bay Indians that uovcr but ouco did tho missionaries loso any posessious by theft Tho week following this memorable Sabbath tho Americana could not keep a barrel for themselves oven tho ouo devoted to ashes falling apart ouo night becauso its hoops had been purloined Whero they weut how- Â¬ ever tho former possessors had abun dant cvidcuco at tho next chapel service It is not alouc among primitivo peo plo that tho imitative quality is promi- Â¬ nent After Fox mado his brilliant Fpceches in parliament it was the fashion oven as far as Paris to bo a think- Â¬ ing man to think like Fox whilo tho Ftory of somo haughty Lady Imogen or of a wrecker of the west has ruined ninny a young follower It is by imita- Â¬ tion of what is trivial and false or of what is beautiful and good that we dcsceml or mount a few Mops toward tho likeness of what wo admire Youths Companion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Drama Ilut anil Present Lamentation over tho inferiority of NTY R AHS S the present to tho past has been going on probably over slnco thero was n past mifiloiently remote to bo haloed by dis- Â¬ tance aud critics of a certain class havo always failed to rcallzo that what they really regrot is youth not tho con- Â¬ MUD ditions under which youth was passed HUB DEEP Tho deterioration of tho stago has been for ages tho constant topic of comment nOADSOF ILLINOIS WERE IMPASSABLE which considering tho steady improve THIS SPRING ment in plays ns plays is ns ludicrously unvarying ns it is willfully Inaccu- Â¬ Farmer Unable to Oct to Town ror rate Tho Pall MallGazotto has dug out of ono of its first numbers n criti- Â¬ Creameries Unable to Get 9111k School Were Closed Even tho Dead cism written in 18G5 by Georgo Henry Lowes and it calls attention to tho cu- Â¬ Conlil Not ne Decently Darted rious likeness which his words present 2fo better nrgument for good roads to what ono not infrequently hears to- Â¬ was ever spoken or written than tho day The present condition of tho dra- Â¬ record of business stagnation which tho wroto Mr Lowes in tho timo farmers of Illinois have experienced ma during this spring becauso of lack of which has como to bo called tho good is deplored by all lovers of decent roads For moro than n month old days And ho went on in an amus Â¬ tho art they wero nuablo to get to town to pur- Â¬ ingly familiar strain to say It is tho chase tho necessaries of life pupils and moro irritating becauso nover wero thea- Â¬ teachers could not get to tho schools ters so flourishing A variety of concur- Â¬ creameries wcro closed becauso milk rent causes which need not hero bo could not bo delivered most of which enumerated has reduced tho stago to must havo been n total loss and oven its present pitiablo condition Wo have tho dead had to bo temporarily buried many theaters nightly crowded by an ou tho homesteads tho mud being so eager but uncritical public and no ono theater iu which a critical public can deep ns to bo absolutely impassable But Illinois is not alono in this em- Â¬ hopo to enjoy n tolcrablo performance bargo of mud Thero nro few if any Yet thero is n smaller publio choico in its tastes nnd largo enough to support a theater which would eagerly wolcomo n fine actor or a well written drama Surely it ii to langh New York Times r AAfvAvyi j WITH THH SiREXOHKNRmQR NElWS QLOYRiRFORP KY LTheyD iYVi ravtfontUelhr iiMivw lo toiYr mrrVt mtv no play rKl XiaTtaaaaa 7Tjf irrnrwTf ivi Â¬ Â¬ And Only First Last ffli lcfVW wZ3rwH 111- CAlW IVieTo- Vhe KJiJorSO0na srs mrA V children i 1 bcl cr hietojt tire btm eWoYik Wl - PICNIC Of l tc tt8 VS Sie WgZ 1M11L I V- - tureoerjfTKfdtrt - re rwicci the Season Sold by SHORT HAYNES Saturday July 3 1897 In the Beautiful Grove Between RICES STORE SPRING It will a Day of and Pleasure Let Everyone A NUMBER ONE GOOD Will be Served DINNER for 25 cts his Usual Speeches Â¬ All the Candidates will be on Hands Â¬ HON D R MURRAY Will Delight the Crowd with one Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AN ELEGANT DANCING FLOOR Has been Prepared and the Very Best will Furnished There will BARREL RACE between Four Negroes the Winner to receive a PRIZE 100 Let All The Best of Order Will Maintained J B RICl and J B U Proprietor i1J55SSSSSSllS5WffSSJS8S3rara Lwwwamggzagjgqg 0MitwwwmwiiiW4iiAfMaia RKXym3VgTCTrTJfTy KEEP YOUR EYES Â¬ NEVER BE TOO LATE B O SW ET TBJLS Â¬ UWt Â¬ TIME SCHEDULE 2ro 4 Â¬ Â¬ i d Packet Iwnk Line ini - and Â¬ a Â¬ ir - la L Hoods J f talilUiijiL taM p4 S Rln - iiU LcrZ tn OVWituATPl 4 ilWF y T THR BRHGKBNRIDGE NEWS GLOYERPORT KY i IS i 5 rxr txxtt tsc- - fr 4 M Jr k Breckenridge e-- News 1897 -1 Fruit etna WKDKNSbAY JUNE 23 Nlco now hotioy SuzVa of all kinds Sugars Epwoith League at 3 oclock p m PERSONAL John Morrli Gtegory went to Hiwrirllle Sunday was la the city P U Ilrjixn of IiOulillt Sunday Hurry Moo man of OwentWo uperit SunÂ¬ 73 R Mrs J L Adklsaon Superintendent Bozarth primary teacher i LOCAL BRfcVITIES If the entherrows warmer Tno women will melt And all Hint theyll w nr win ue imirpins nnu belt While Biifferlrg man Would rIvh all Iih own If the wind tore tits hide cifi Mosquito bar ready made Sux irs Fresh bread delivered dally Sux irs Blcjclo reiatrsof al kinds Suzirs Linen suits just as cool as a ton of ice luzerH A new rt r X w h rV vf- - j r - v 4 4 And blew through IiIb bones Picnic reason Chorrios aro ripe This cool spell is peasant II E Moorman is qulto sick Itaspberrit s are ripe and plentiful Everybody gutting ready to celebrate July 4 There has boon a new base ball club organzd here Gilt wall paper 4 cents Blnge roll at T F Sawyors George Wolf a prominent jewelor in Louisville Is dead J W Bates has moved from Cannel- ton to llawesville 500 hcgt wero shipped from Ekron last week to Louisville Born to the wife of Chris Terrigo Monday evening a son mfm Sawyer will hang your wall paper at the same price others do Mrs E 0 Vance has taken charge of the post ofllco at llawesville Cloverport will soon be right in it she is ging to have a base ball park A largo crowd is expected in Ilawes July 20 the day of the cycle meet The way to keep your feet dry on a rainy day is to stand on your head W 8 Sterett Republican candidate for Stato Senator has no opposition Miss Mary Ridgley Griffith rides a new yellow wheel with gracefulness Hammock hammocks a beautiful lino if you want one Babbage has them Whon you write to au advertiser tell him you saw his ad in the BitECKENninaK Nbws e w i jr Fishermen your attention is called to a new stock of floe seagrass silks and Beavin Tucker a prominent business linen reel lines best assortment in the man ot Stephensport died suddenly city Sulzars Monday morning of heart disease Payno Compton Webster have im- Â¬ Charlie Ham man will Improve Mc proved tbo appearance of their store- Â¬ Oraes lot in the lower part of town for house very much by the new addition a base ball park and will build a grand and shed stand The landscape painting on the side of We would like to see a game of ball Mitchells hotel is well executed and between the Ilardlnsburg nine and the gives the route to all tho leading hotels club here Wouldnt the boys have a in the city puddin Do you want to buy a fire and burg- Â¬ The manngers of the Str Cloverport lar proof safe worth 150 for 100 If are arranging to give a series of excur- Â¬ you do Write James Kinclieloe Har- Â¬ sions between different points on the dinsburg Ky Ohio this summer A 25 cent bottle of wild cherry phos Â¬ James B Pace Jr tobacconist of this phate makes 10 quarts of delicious sum Â¬ city gave Messrs F P Payno and F T mer drink equal to 3 dozen lemons Ileyser a trip to Evansville hunday Try It Sulzers morning by way of boat S G Shelly will preach at Holt next The following fortb class postmasters Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock and at Peckinpaugh the Elm Street Methodist churh at 1045 have been appointed a in and 8 p m Meade county H P Peckinpaugh Itosine Ohio county Thos Allen Robertson Bros Glendeane bought The musical given by home talent of Horace Smith Lowisport last week and assisted by Ilawesvillo and Cannel 40 head of cattle shippers at 3 00 ton at the opera house in Cannelton last They averaged 1300 pounds Thursday night was quite a success Mrs Nancy Vessells the aged mother An exchange says of a man in Miss Â¬ of W W Vessells died at the home of ouri that times are so hard with him ho her daughter Mrs Jas N Payne Har- Â¬ has to put on a rod bap and sit on the ned Monday night of heart disease fence bo the woodpeckers would feed A young gentleman in speaking to his him girl said Suppose I should call you darling what would you call me What would you think of a man bor ing a hole in a skiff to let the water in She answered I would call you down and then turn around and do tbo same Mrs D E Meyer and children arrived act over to let the water out This was Monday from Chicago to visit her brother-in-really done law Leo T Meyer Hardinsburg Alf Heunin aud her father-in-laM Meyer Buras Hancock Clarion says and wife have issued invitations to their County Juiga Ahl by petition has tin wedding which will occur Monday ordered a local option election in the night at the residence of J S Shallcrosi town of Hardinsburg for Saturday July Cannelton 31 There will be an appeal taken by Mr John P Haswell Sr and son the local option people Frank of Ilardinsbutg were in town Mrs R II Brashear Owenaboro ac- Â¬ Monday They were here looking for companied by her two little sons was a a suitable location to start into the passergir on tho East bound train Mon Â¬ harness and saddlery business day for her old home in Meade county The young people who went down to to spend the summer Cannelton on the Str Cloverport last Green apples have now reached the Thursdayevenlng had a delightful timo size where the temptation for the little Why cant we have rooro of those trips boy and old as well to eat with salt canduring the fiuo summer months not bo refrained from bo as a warning The Christian Endeavor Society of do not eat too many you know the Guston will give a lawn party Thursday result June 21 in the beautiful yard of Mr Mr Frank Fraz went to Martinsville Refresh Â¬ Ind and French Lick Springs to try the George Hicks Andersons ments will be served and all are invited virtue of those waters for rheumatism Next Tuesday evening June 29 at of which he has been a long sufferer tlie First Presbyterian church a cordial Ho remained nearly a month arriving invitation is extended to all the friends home Friday night ery much benefited to be present at the ordination and Julius Dutschke Holts Bottom sold keUktlon services beginning promptly his Early Harvest apples last week at 1 at 8 oclock for the fill of the barrel He will 7 xHancock Clarion Samuel Allen and have between three and five hundred Good price Last year the hia wife died within a few hours of each barrels ollUr Monday la this county I hey same kind ot apples sold for 40 cents a wtM both 62 years old and had been barrel Who says times are not getting bmtiM fifty five years Their comae better for tho farmer wm etaeUy alike and tVey weraimried pTbe sews of the sudden death of Mrs la ike mma grave George Praut nee Mies Latltla Hall At pt4Mttn of the utiigrf gjJU Sub Monday a Webster where she had been day monitg a call waAxteiMMr to tlte at home oa a vlelt to her parents Mr Rev DooaM M Great Tula will be and Mrs William Hall was a shock to MM upoa at a Meeting of the oongre her many frleade la this city Her gattoa la the pweeooe of a oomwUelo remain were brought here yeaUnlay The funeral eervleaa were oJ the LotiaTlIle Preebytwy ooaaiatlng mornlog of the tttm K OolUer 0 I Laoe coadneted la the Uaptiat ehurefa by Iter ajulDiNMidafcrtfcNaiJdaMtBktefa T S 8 Q Bheller aad iaUroient took olaee at the Glover pert oetaaWy Atitoma d P ft Mam Watch the Fair thatll 60on appear in the News Will be of so mo interest io all Preaching at the Presbyterian church at Guston next Sunday morning and evening Fifteen large Bam pie books of wall paper all new designs to select from at T F Sawyers Grasshoppers aro destroying nearly all of the tobacco in tl o neighborhood of Jollys Station The 7 M west bound passenger brings out all of tbo pretty girls in their pretty new evening dresses mills Suz rs nn i ntboltc acid kills chicken mill s Try it Sussns Signal servlco exchange at Georga Shorts drug storo Sorvu your visitors with wild cherry phosphate Suz srs The Katie will arrive this evening to make the boys happy Crude carbolic acid will preent hog cholera Try it Suz irs Prayer meetirg at tlio Methodist church Thursday evenirg Charles Miller Sr IlardiiiHhurg sold last week Uo steers for 118 The best way to mind a baby do everything he tells you to do Mis Barney Bolder who has been sick is now able to be about rgtln Files ate mighty bad this summer So bad you cant keep an ay from them Our Brandenburg correspondent is right in what she says about the News W W Vessels went to Harned Mon day to be with his mother in hor last illness Thero was a great deal of scare over the cyclone touching this town last Fri day night The use of paint is adding a good deal to the looks of the town keep on with the good work Lee Montgomery breakman on the branch is at his farm in Daviess count harvesting wheat Mrs Will Hook Hardinsburg re- Â¬ turned Monday from a visit to relatives in Hancock county The merchants of this town should awaken to the point that to do business they must advertise James Kinclieloe has a Ore and burglar proof safe brand new worth 150 for 100 Write him Ask to seo tuo new safety oil can Fill your lamp so full pump all you can you cant run it over Sulzers Umbrelas will go up for the next month Not in prices but for hot weathSee our line Sulzers er protection If the new road movement goes throuh to the Tar Springs it will be a desirable drive to that famous waterirg Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ line of base balls and anchors Liberty Teachers and pupils 45 John Mercer Superintendent M si Ilettie Taylor ptimary teacher Webster Methodist teachers and pu- Â¬ pils 71 T 11 Henderson Superintendday tiers ent Miss Emma Kurtz primary teacher Stare N Hall of Webster was In the city Irvlrglon Baptist teachers and pu Â¬ ye terday pils 80 J 1 Herndon Superintendent William Victor Dimmer has ronrnet from Miss Addle Herndon primary teacher llardlniuurg Cloverport Methodist teacherB and Jacob Ii Milter of New Albany was tn the pupils 111 J Burn Superintendent city Saturday Mrs W II Bowmer primary teacher John lltrk and ton llowmer went to Ad Â¬ Tutts Pills Cure All Liver Ills To those living in malarial rr wcrr 90 in the shade Red Hot Sizzling oo 80 I i Wt Oi n n reg V districts Tutts Pills arc indispcnsiblc they keep the system in perfect order and are I J 91 dlo n Sunday EVENING 8ESHION 1 7 T Cnx and wife of Ekron l le lait Friday went to Iruti an absolute cure John Batt went to Kirk Saturday where he ti the guest ot Irioudi Mri S S Watklni and children went to Iiouiirllle yesterday Oeorge Hoard lireryman of Brandenburg wis in the oity Monday Walker Board and ion Harry of Holta bottom were In town Suuday Mr Laura Uarner of Harned Is tbo gu3it of Mr and Mrs Eugene llaynef Mri Fltcher Pauley of Holts bottom pent duuday In the city with relat vet Mr and Mrs H N A lams of Leitchneld are visiting Mr and Mra 11 A Oelze Mlas Ethel Clajrcomb of Owensboro is In the oity the guest of Miss Mabel Oaion L Ii Mitchell of Cannel on and Treasurer of Perry county was In the city yesterday Dr Sam OBryan of Mooleyvllle was In tie rlty yes erday enreute to Oweosboro Tbos Ireland and wife of Sktllman spent Sunday with Mr and Mra Leon McUavock Geo Dentley of HawesTllle and O M Bullitt of Louisville were in the city Satur- Â¬ day Mlssea Era and Eliza Mot are Tiiltlne Air and Mrs Charles Mook Louisville for two wetki Mr and Mrs A J Keys of Lodlburg were the guests of their on Jesse Kevs and wife Sunday Miss Belle Bruce Boyd went to lUwcarllle Monday She Tho convention convened at oclock Tho exercises ncro openod by a beauti Â¬ ful song by the choir The President called tor short talks from tho delegates Mr F N DHuy spoke in the interest of children aud the duty of parents to them Mr DHuy was followed by Miss Mamie Adklssou who by request read Tutfs Liver Pills CHENAULT Farmers will be very busy this week harvesting Miss Befsle Cunningham Is visiting in Derby this week Mr A Bennetts father was down to seo hira last week Miss Maggie Brodle was at Derby shop ping one day last week They aro going to liavo a picnic at Mooleyvllle Saturday July 3rd Mrs Electa A Bennett grandma Is visiting her son at Cedar Branch Miss Laura Bennett is visiting her brother Mr A Bennett tills week Miss Rebecca Owlngs was the guest of Miss Kilpah Fry in I re one day last week Miss Bessie and Mr Harry Cunningham have gone on a Hying trip to Louis villo accompanied by their father Mrs John Frymlre Jias purchased a beautiful Valley Gem piano Also Mrs Mack Frymiro has one of same finish The storm wo had last week done much damage to the wheat blowing it down but did not liarm any buildings Quite a number of friends were the guests of Miss Mary Allen ono day last Mr Guy Tlioso present were week Burch Miss Emma Mosely Stephens port Mr Edvnrd Stallman Miss Rose- Â¬ mary Burch Mr Gus Dutschke and sis- Â¬ ter Annie Mr Richard Stallman All roport a plearant time Childrens day uas observed at this place the second Sunday and was a success Rev E N Metcalfe filled his rrg ular appointment and had a very large attendance more than expected from a distance Yts we are alwas glad to have Bro Metcalfe with us and only hope vte will have the pleasure of hav Â¬ ing hira with us this next year he is a splendid minister Â¬ Â¬ for sick headache indigestion malaria torpid liver constipa tion and all bilious diseases could not express the hot days last week I 70 00 Frances Bmlth Mr and Mrs Carl Benton of Louisville were the guests of Mr and Mrs 0 B Mat tlngly Sunday Mr and Mrs Orccn Boar of Hardins- Â¬ burg came down to attend the funeral of Mrs Goorgo Prout Capt Alex Boyd and Charles F Mattlngly left Monday for Nashville Ihey will be gone about a week Misses Bessie Harris Era Isomo and Edith Walker were in town last week the guests of Miss Mary Farber Mr and Mrs F N DUuy went to Hawes Â¬ Tllle Sunday to spend the day with Mr and Mrs Geo Dentley Miss Annie Brandenburg who has been at tending school here returned to her home at Â¬ was accompanied by Miss her admirably paper recently published In the News Music quartette by Mrs Charles Drury Miss Lena Diury Roy Cain and How to Hold Young People in tho Sunday School vtsi tho subject of an excellent talk by the Hon G W Beard Miss Nora Henderson charmed the atidlenco with a beautiful solo Holy City Punctuality lis Value and How Se- Â¬ cured was discussed by the Rev Wal- Â¬ ton followed by the Rev Forrest Smith on the Churches Opportunity in the Sunday School Alas and Did My Savior Bleed was beautifully rendered by Mits Beulah Bennett The following delegates were appoint- Â¬ ed to attend the Stato Sunday School Convention which meets at ilarrods Mrs R M Jolly V G burg this week Babuage Misi Emma Kurt Bato Horn don F N DHuy Miss Carrie Owen Miss Zalma Strother W O Allen Miss Sallle Richardson D R M Smith Miss Florence Cain and Charlie Clavcomb The following committee of six ono from eath district in the county were appointed to organize the schools in their Hardinshurg Rob respective districts ert McGulUn Cloverport F N DHuy Stephensport Andrew Crawford Mc Danielo Horace Hunter Hudson Geo Harned Bewleyvllle W H Cain Jr V G Babbage was re elected Presi Â¬ dent and Roy Cain Secretary Garfield was selected as the next place of meeting With the singing of tho Doxology tho Conyention adjourned Â¬ 50 40 Did You Sweat Did You Get Hot Wooing lhe cool breezes with Cool Comforta- Â¬ ble Linen Clothing was much better than try- Â¬ ing to sweat It out with your last winters clothing on Get an entire suit for a small turn I no 20 10 0 10 More Hot Days To Come- Days that will mako last week seem like cool weather Come in and see how you like the looks of yourself In a Straw Hat with a higher crown and a little narrower brim than you wore last season thats the change fashion made the change we have made is to give you a better hat for the money SULZERS IT 5SSsxSxS Is getting in some good work these days and you should be prepared to protect yourself from his scorching rays for he will be with us for some time and the weather men say hell cook everyone In his reacli if theyre not clad in our GARFIELD Sheriffs A Pate was hero Wednes Â¬ day Farmers are buiy harvesting tills week Orabampton Sunday Mrs Will Courtney of Owensboro been the guest of Miss Nellie Blrk returned home Sunday who has of Holt placo Mr D S Richardson who has been quite ill since the death of her mother last week was very much improved yesterday Joe Bruner and wife V F Spounger of LouiTllle were the guests of W L Archer Ekron Meade oounty Sunday Patesvlllecorrespondent Hancock Clarion Jesse Weatherholt of Cloverpurt aocompanled by Miss liar lngton of Muldraugh called on Miss Jessie Kyler Sunday evening William Ditto and son Fred of Branden Â¬ burg came down to spend Sunday with bis sister Mrs J D Babbage Cornelia his daughter returned homo with him Master Willis and George Short of Union town who hare been visiting their uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Qeo Short bare gone to Rnck Vale to spend a week or two with Mr Chas Robertsons family A young man who gave his name as Carter from Lodlburg struck the town Cora Shacklett returned to her home at Ekron Saturday Warnlo Macy and others from hero took the examination Friday and Satur Â¬ day Charlio Moorman of Big Springs took the train here last Thursday for Hardins- Â¬ burg Miss Lotlie Compton callel on Miss Nora Bandy lost Saturday at the Misses Boards home V G Babbage visited our Sunday School last Sunday and give our people a splendid talk Mrs Ada Goodman aud charming little daughter Ruth and niece were in our vicinity Tuesday Clarence S Board lias been confined to his room very sick for tho past week and is no better at this writing Miss Emma Seaton and mother of Sample visited Mrs Beatons daughter Mrs Laura Compton of this place last W Old Sol Wearing Apparel Â¬ Cool Summer To Cure A Cold In One Day Wo now have everything that is desirable in the way of Take Laxative Bromo Qulnino Tablets All Druggists refund tbo money if it fails to Cure 2oc For Sale by R A Shell man Stephensport Ky Summer Dry Goods and Dress Goods Underwear Shoes and Slippers Light Summer Suits Straw Hats Parasols We are giving bargains every day in Summer Furnishings and tako special pains in fitting you up comfortably for the hot summer months Prices suited to the times hard times too MATTINGLY Guy Wood Is on tho sick list A much needed rain fell here Saturday night J W Pato Jolly Station was hero Friday on business Rev George Jones will preach at Pis gab the fourth Sunday Eyery body should attend Rice and Bates picnic Saturday July 3rd Miss Mice Brickey spent several days last week tho guest of In Cloyorport relatives MissMaggio Bates spent Saturday and Sunday with her uncle Will Bates near Jolly Station Misses Ada and Lulu Brickey spent last week near Jolly Station the guests of Micses Docle Bates and Elllo Wilson Rev Owen Young went to Rockport last week to hold a protracted meeting B II Bates Tarfork accompanied him but returned Friday Mlsa Esther Frank entertained the little folks Saturday night by giving them a party It was a birthday affair and all enjoyed themselves The candidates are beglning to sow their seeds of kindness amongst the peo- Â¬ ple that they may Bprout and bring forth good fruit But alas I when the cold nipping frost of November comes it will without doubt find sorao faulty sheaves Those sheaves will bo cast out of exist- Â¬ ence whilo faultless ones will progress- Â¬ ively move ou and help to roll the wheel of prosperity aud banish from our own native country all thoughts of panic or any financial degradation Sick headache can bo quickly and completely overcome by using those famous little pills known as Da Witts Short A Hayiies Little Early Risers umorenas fans iiic y Â¬ Â¬ Monday and feelipg indisposed com- Â¬ menced to take on boozj He began to feel pretty good aud being somewhat out of mind Btarted to disrobe but was prevented All of a sudden he dashed out of the saloon like a wild maniac but week Nannie Board returned homo MIbs was overpowered by the marshal arrest Â¬ Thursday from Bewleyvllle accompanied ed and lodged in jail to await his trial by her charming little cousin Nora Bandv IY The invitations are out to the wedding Sunday School Convention bf Mr E B Norton to Miss Ellis Kinclie The Breckenridge County Sunday loe of Hardinsburg nxt Tuesday at 4 p m School Convention convened at Bewley Mr and Mrs Tom Gregory attended vllle last Wednesday There was a fair Childrens Day in Hardinsburg last Sun- Â¬ attendance of delegates and visitors but day Their littlo daughter was in tho not what was expected considering the exercise number of schools in tho county The A good crowd attended church from citizens of Dewleyville made prepara- Â¬ here at Harned last Sunday and was tions for a large crowd and entertained delighted with the sermon delivered by Rev J O Lewis of Irvington who Is those present handsomely giving them the pastor of the Baptist church at that a cordial welcome in asocial and substan Â¬ placo A bountiful dinner was tial manner The Sunday School convention at served on the grounds and mauy homes Bewleyville last Wednesday was a grand Those from here who attended wero thrown open to delegates and visit- Â¬ success were Mr and Mrs M P Compton and ors The good people of Bewleyvllle family Mattie Johnson and Mother and vicinity are great church and Sundcy Robt Weatherford and the Misses School workers They have one of the Board Your correspondent has been best Sunday Schools in the county and told that we are to be honored with the While we will bo next Convention young and old take an interest in the gad to entertain the Convention we wot k and aro doing great good Tho day teel sure that Bewleyvllle cannot be ex- Â¬ was pleasantly and profitably spent and celled much interest manifested in the Sunday School work which will redound to the future wolfaro of tho Sunday School cause all over the county The convention was called to order by the President Mr V G Babbag discom Â¬ promptly at 0 SO oclock a m Tnit and Devotional exercises conducted by of Rev Walton The welcome address was cmld birtlican read by Miss Florence Cain and respond Â¬ be almost en Â¬ tirely avoided ed to by Mr Jesse Eskridge then follow Â¬ WineofCardul ed some beautiful music by the choir relieves ex- Â¬ The minutes of the last convention pectant moth era were read by tho Secretary Mr J B It gives touetothegen Herndon after which carao the reading italorgunsand of tho reports from the various schools nut them In condition to do their work uiroRTs or school That makes preg Â¬ perfectly Gaifiold Gross school house teachers nancy less painful shortens 0 pupils enrolled 47 labor and hastens recovery after child birth It helps a woman Bewleyvllle Methodist teacher 10 bear strong healthy children GO Jolly Superintend Â¬ pupils Thos J ent MIsj M Blanche Jolly primary teacher Irvlngton Methodist teachers 0 pu- Â¬ pils 05t A B Coleman Superintend Â¬ has also brought happiness to ent Mrs G A Hendry primary teach thousands of homes barren for er years Afewdosesoftenbrlnga joy to loving hearts that long Freedom Teachers 8 pupils 28 lor a darling baby No woman Aaron Norton Secretary should neglect to try it for this trouble It cures nine cases out Cloverport 1resbyterlan teachers 0 of ten AU druggists sell Wiue pupils 03 Julius SIppel Superintend Â¬ of Cardul Jhoo per bottle ent Mlea Laura Salterield Secretary Cloverport Chrietian teachers four For 4rlc In att reculrtnr asedd directions address tlvlnj symptoms W O Allen Superintend Â¬ pupile 40 Ladlta Adrltory Department the ent M1m Laura Yeager Secretary ChatU The Chitunoce Madlcla C BOOtaTBfU Cloverport Beptlet officere and Uach Mrs 3 P Conrad ewIW puplW t Km WW HAU primary teacher Win I Ant Uk Wine r Caretol Frleadeblp Teacheia and pnplk 64 we hf4 kaa tarrUd Uu Tears but Miae M tut have say tfcMHbu Geo W Payne Mies MMtSM mm i m a im im at Florence Payne prlauary taaohaf GArteld Untea teaekaia aad aopili W E BROWN DSsSXS3elXsXiS oats grass is light and in tobacco tho acreage is smaller than was ever known George and Abner Robertson who wero called to the bedside of their sick mother more than threo weeks ago left last Wednesday for their home near McFall Mo Sam Hardin of Kansas City Mo a brother of the future clerk of this county will arrive here this week for a ten days visit Ills last visit home was more than five years ago IRVINGTON iffrMjl When j ou Go v y stop AT THE - I m BARNES HOUSE Only SlOO Per Day E T Pope friend and room mate of M E Avitt while at school at Valpa raiso Ind aud who came home w ith Mr Avitt for a short stay returned to his home in North Carolina last week Payne whose Illness was chronicled in these columns two weeks ago died at his home near here on the 11th inst at 1 20 oclock pm He was aflllcled with a complication of diseases but the immediate cause of his death was congestion of the brain Thirty hours before ho died lie lapsed into a stupor from which he never roused Ills funeral took p ace at Walnut Grove church on the l ili at 4 oclock p m after which his remains were laid to rest In the Walnut Grove cemetery Rev Wru English preached the fuueral dis- Â¬ course which was listened to by a very large congregation of the friends aud Mr Payno relatives of the deceased was only 54 years old mas a tender and loving husband aud father a consistent Christian and one of the neighborhoods most honored and respected citlzjns The bereaved wife and daughter have the sympathy of the entire community Mr G T Best Accommodations Good Sample Rooms YOU SHOULD EMPLOY None but lhe County Surveyor to do yrur work lie Is the authorfitd Surveyor of tho County tt an expeIrnccit workman and knows hfilniMncsi He l alto Notary IhtUic writes Deeds and takei AcLnowleugeinedtt Charges always Iteasonable Addrcta Mothers CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARDINSBURG KY LODIBURG A splendid rain Saturday night Sam Robertson saw tho belled buzz trd WinSSWtfi Saetil4t Sunday Rail aud Dan Miller and Cash Basham went to Stephensport Sunday Mr Basket ot Meade county was visiting Miss Dee Basham Sunday Miss Nettle Koch of Louisville Is at her aunts Mrs Catherine Smith for a two weeks visit Henry Koch of Louisville came down Sunday to see his sister Mrs Catherine Smith returning home same day Mr and Mrs A J Keys went to Clo- Â¬ verport Friday evening to visit their son J E Keys and returned Sunday even Â¬ ing McKlnley prosperity struck Clifton Mills last Friday Mr Radenholmer the miller and merchant of that place made as aaalgnment Mrs Mary J Hardin who baa been oaa five weeks yielt to her son aad daughter at and near Brandenburg returned Lome Sunday Wheat in thla vMnity la a very poor crap Con it looking well llkewiae oclock p m on the samo day died death also visited tho homo of Mr Allen Robertson and robbed him of his beloved wlfo She had been lying very sick for five weoks and her death was not unexpected Her long suffering was homo with Christian fortitude Her funeral was preached at Walnut Grove by Rev Wm English at 11 oclock Suuday the 13th and her body interred in the Walnut Grove cemetery amidst a largo crowed of Borrowing friends Mrs Robertson was 07 years old had lived an exemplary Christian life since chll Ihood and was much loved by all who knew her A husband and seven children are left to mourn their loss and their grief is shared by a host of friends and relative Thua has Lodl burg vicinity lost two of Its most loved and cherished clthans and wo are only comforted by tho thought that God doeth all things well At 5 40 that Mr Payne Dont use Drugs Unless you need them ami then only puiik drugs such as are sold by responsible drug gists We keep only the best That is the great distinction to be looked for when the time comes that you need them Nowhete else will you find so complete a stock A good time now to begin that medN cine Â¬ Tot tie We carry a coepkt Hn of all kn owH patent nvedlciiw goods of very kcrip PHcs right Wmmm AMON M KINCHELDE HABDIN8BUBO KJ BSPV f vw iyEPP A WA ri 8 Breckenridge WEDNESDAY y News 23 1897 Ml BRRS JKEUSiRlDGR Gloomy Â¬ NEWS OLOYERPOftT KY A Â¬ MMtMlHMMAi What the Papers Say TIIKIKNNY Irom The Si Louis GlobcDtmocralJ Â¬ Hopeless Life 1ennles have just appeared in circulation of Hawaii In spito of somo drawA Trip to tho Atlantic backs tho penny is a mark of high civil To listen to tho relation of tho stories ization of travelers is indeed a pleasure But to norKFUL attempt togivtfnn nccount o uiy own FomTheNeTr Orleans Picayune travels I suspect my inability to toll It Tho coming business Beason promises in a way that would be Interesting Having lately made a trip to the shores to be a prosperous one Let everybody of tho Atlantic I thought it would not tako heart of grace and get ready to reap bo untimely to speak o it through tho its benefits columns of the News From Louisville Ky to Wilmington Californias ooin N 0 it Is said to be about eight hun Â¬ from Th San Francisco llulellnl dred miles In making this trip by rail California is onco more leading in the on the fast flying coaches a person soon production of gold and that contains one realix s that distanco is palpable and in great reason why the State can never these times ol wrecks and accidents in fall into lino with tho silver procession cl dental to travel it makes one eel often times that life might be rendered preca- Â¬ TUG RAQE FOR OHICB rious Snch however was the case From The LouivlHe Ky Courier Journal with myself whllo crossing the high bridges and going around and over tho Tho one member of the State Govern high mountains that intervene between mout who has been supposed to be weal- Â¬ these points But the scenery along the thy has had to sell his farm large enough way lias the effect to dissipate the idea and rich enough for a dukedom to settle of fear and will more than compensate his debts and his estate is in hands of a for tho danger and anxiety to which one trustee Tho path to political prefer- Â¬ may be BubjpeUd It would be telling ment Is always a costly one but when a the eame old story over to attempt to man abandons a Blue Grass home like describe that plateau known as the illuo this to draw the meager salary of an in- Â¬ Grass region of Kentucky whose toll conspicuous ofllco one can only marvel yields a harvest as bounteous as the at the folly or ambition that dictates the valley of tho Nile and with its green step Bnard n sting like a jewel upon tho hoc om of nature From thenco you pass It is a terrible Tkruidlk Accident through that portion of Kentucky Teun accident to bo burned or scalded but etBie and North Carolina on account of the pain and agony and tho frightful ib picturesque fcenery it b called the disfigurements can be quickly overcome You can see without leaving a scar by using Do Witts Switzerland of America numerous streams from tho rivulet to Witch Ilazot Salve Short Waynes tho river pouring their bright murmer iug waters down from tho rockribed hills Hawaiian Job and mountains and in their course form Â¬ The reciprocity treaty with Hawaii of ing every variety of cascade and water- Â¬ 1877 was and remains ono of the greatest fall known to any country Mountains jobs in our political history covered with every variety of flower In 1800 wo import 20 J 1011500 duty shrub and tree whose summit divides was collected only on 2709544549 tho storm cloud and furnishes a resting pounds the remainder came from Ha Â¬ placo for tho eagle on his heaven decend waii free of duty ing path In 1890 we bought of Hawaii 11757 North Carolina does not present the 700 we sold to tho islands only 3935 appearence of a good agricultural coun- 707 try yet it lias many features of impor- Â¬ Under reciprocity Hawaii has all the tance Her plains of sand remind one commercial privileges of an American of what he has heard of crossing the de Â¬ State though less than 2000 American sert yet they are covered with pine for Â¬ live in those islands ests which yield a product of great comNow to appease the jingoes to divert mercial value North Carolina is the attention from our finances we are home of grapes and tho vintago of its to discuES a treaty of annexation under purple clusters is renowned as being which the United States will assume the superior in quality Tho name of North payment of the debt of Hawaii Carolina is sacred to me in tho reflect Â¬ This debt amounts to four millions ion that it is tho nativity of an honored population 90000 aucestry whoso indomitable courage The population of the United States is virture and native inteligence has helped 800 times as la ge as tho population of to diffuse the light of knowledge and Hawai if our debt were 800 times as clear the nay for the civilization that is largo it would bo 3200000000 so abundant around us to day In this The whole scemo of annexation is a SHte tho declaration of Independence job of conscienceless speculators it ex Â¬ was first procalmed and iier sands drank tends aud perpetuates the reciprocity ii tho blcod of the bravo anil I would scandal It is promoted in Hawaii by pay a tribute of affection where our a gang of adventurers and in Washing Â¬ fathers knelt in prayer nnd battled for ton will be promoted by men who given our freedom power to settle our financial problems Hut it is time to get a look at tho ocean seek to distract public attention from It is related of Ualbora Spanish cavalier their failures with the proposition to buy w lien ho first saw the Pacific he knelt something we do not want by paying down and offered thanks lo God for per 4000000 for it Louisville Post millng him to behold tho sight I was impriKrijd in a similar manner when I Dont thin your blood with sassafras lint saw the Atlantic When I looked or poison it with blue mass but aid out on this broad bright mirror of the nature by using DeWitts Little Early Dully where the form of the Almighty Risers the famous little pills for consti- Â¬ glasses itself the emblem of eternity pation biliousness and stomach and tho throne of the invisible There were iiver troubles They aro purely vegetaseveral thoughts suggested to my mind ble Short Haynes I thought that at last I beheld that ocean that has long been a cherished hope Tho Republicans and Trusts at last I was looking on tho 6tago on From The New York Sun which so niuny mighty events had been We should greatly like to know what enacted I could understand better why Sherman in the remoteness and the psalmist cried tho sea is His and John quiet of tiie State Department thinks of Ho made it Who else could have the attitude of his party toward the poured nut its magnificent fullness Trusts which he used to denounce so around the solid land and laid hh in a savagely and against which ho aimed store house safe its walory treasures by cartridges of his anti Trust Yes the sea belongs to God in a unique the blank law Buna It Is true that man by Ids ingenWe fancy that ho is fairly well suited uity lias launched upon its bosom the The attitude of his party is very like his white winged messengers that on ac- Â¬ own It talks fiercely it enacts laws count of their quick passage across its have so far accomplished nothing wtteis have moved the old world be Â¬ that it votes the Sugar Trust moro and than side the new and biought into close its eager appetite has ever beforo receiv- Â¬ louimuuion the ends of the earth but ed he can not on n any part of the sea he Wo regard much of tho talk and his a temporary lease on the land he action of the Republicans in this matter plows and builds and gathers in barns both in Washington and in Albany as ami he marks the eartli with luln but his control stops at tho shore of the mischievous and unscrupulous demagogy or worso We can see nothing in the ocean his tracks are not upon its paths famous Lexow law in tills State but an s From tho depths of ocean the appeal to ignorance on tho ono hand and has brought up gems that have glit- Â¬ a new wagon of blackmail in the hands tered in the crown of Kitigs and on the of the Republican machine on the other bosom of Queens hand The Sherman anti Trust law has On this ocean tho Armadas prido was never been enforced htiinbed In defiat Tho armaments of Court applied to until tho Supremo a case that whether it nations have belched tlioir war lhme it fits or not the law was not meant across Its waters but Ineffectual are their by its authors to reach But bad as is thunders for they laugh at tho fury tho demagrgy of the Republicans in of battle its waves roll on as when legislation their creations dawn first beheld it time actualspeeches and their Sugar their subserviency to the Trust is wiites no wrinkle on its brow What a far worse and its tendency is to arouse place to contemplate tho handiwork of a feeling that may do much harm the creator with the bihery clouds rollThe Sugar Trust is tho one great com- Â¬ ing along the erdant landscape the bination of captical that depends almost sun mining up from the rosey halls wholly for profit on National legislation of tho Host giving to the ocean a tiara Every tariff slnco 1890 has been a source embossed with morning glory and giv- Â¬ of immensi gain to it That tatifl give ing back to It his good night kisses while it rawsugir freo and ample protection tho night heavens spread over it the em against refined The presout tariff was hroidury of silver and luuer light changed in tho Senate by scandalous Great and marvelous are Thy works means to put money Into tho pockets of in wisdom hast tho i Lord God Almighty Trust And now the tail I which But the most has Thou made them all been accepted by the Republican prominent thought was of that day caucus of tho Senate gives the Trust when time should ba no longer when more favors than even the corrupt tho sea would rise up and call to the combine of 1893 dared to propose mouulaliisas they crumble in tho grip And hardly a whisper of rebuke Is of tho last convulsion and all who had heard from any Republican souice evergonodowu with bubbling groans to a whether it bo the friend watery grave In medicine the4 best only is good less outcast or the cherished friend for enough The best gives tho quickest whom tho piayer has gone up in the and longest relief without leaving any gloom of night and the vaia yearning evil after effects Dr Bells Pepper- Â¬ had gone out iu despair would come up mint Chill Tonic Is mild It does not witli their garments driping with tho rack your bones and shock your nerves brlno o f tho deep Then above all other Tako it and see the results chills and couditioBa let me be at peace with Him malaria disappear as snow before the who made tho tea and whose hand stiMhlne of spilnir The after effects W MMtad bone rich red blood good form tho dry Ian I Ram buck rlMit mi ho more chills Short Ky June Htli 18J7 HaynM GJeuiWani Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pearl-diverÂ¬ Â¬ JUNE For nearly llvo years I suffered with a severe caso of stomach trouble I had pains In my stomach and bowels so that I could not stand or work without great My appctlto was very poorand suffering when I did cat anything I was shortly I afterwards sol cd with vomiting spell at night and felt lamo and could not tired all over I becamo nervous and had no energy whatever My llfo seemed My husband ad Â¬ gloomy and hopoloss vised mo to tako Hoods Barsaparllla as ho had been taking It with great beno uscd I began taking It nnd tho first bot tlo did mo a g cat deal of good I con tlnucd with It regularly and have now almost fully regained my natural weight and am doing nearly all my housework Mas Hinda Crocker Gladstone Aln My blood was out of order and 1 had no energy After taking two bottles of Hoods Sarsaparilla I felt bettor than for MxmoK W Smith Collins a year ville Alabama Hoods Barsaparllla Is sold by druggists fl six for 5 Ho suro to get Hoods Intornnl Palno Lnmo Tlrod Nor- vous Evory Bad Symptom Curod by Hoods Sarsapnnlln nt less by both sides has boon tho Intoler- Â¬ ttjtti nf llnttntn Wtrtl 1k Inat WI Mnal ance that wo bavo had of the views of Rev Watson of tho Baptist Theolog those who did not agree with us and the ical Seminary filled tho pulpit hero at disposition to charge our opponents with the Baptist church in tho placo of Rov unworthy motives My own Mosoloy who is away on ids vacation purjioso Is to mako tho best of presont Miss Ora Collie of Louisville and her conditions by absolute fair dealing to all brother Master Morris Collie aro horo and tho encouragement of legitimate visiting their grandfather Mr A It enterprise Morris and their aunt Mrs J II Mca This Is tho language of patriotism and dor and Mrs Alexander Scott common sense nnd therefore of states Â¬ Mrs Ben Clarkson Mlfss Qennlyio manship Itlsalmostlnipertinontto say Kilty nnd Ollie May Clarkson Maud that Tho Times which cortalnly has no favor tor compromise on what it regards Deran Mary McMoador and Gabo Mca Â¬ as principle in finance can co operate dor Jr attended tho tho commenceÂ¬ heartily with all who work in this spirit ment exercises of tho Brandenburg Norand expects ultimately to find Itself and mal last Tuesday Miss Georgie Unsol of Bloomfleld them substantially agreeing even as to finance In this particular instance the Ky a charming young lady who by her sincerity and intelligence of tho writer pleasant and attractive ways mado a have been abundantly demonstrated by host of friends while hero returned to his official and personal conduct He her homo last Friday much to tho ro has shown himself a fast friend of order gret of somo of our young men and justice and a firm administrator of the law interpreted by a high standard Notonly piles of tho vory worst kind It is on the certain final union of such can be cured by DeWitts Witcli Haze men that thqliopo of the Republic rests Salve but eczema scalds burns bruises 3 m ssssuntmmffi K - 2r WE CAN SAVE YOU 1 p MONE- On practically everything that a Farmer or Housetiuilder buys g either in the line of Tools or Ma- terials Let ns give you our pri- J5 ces and terms Heres a Good Tiling to Start On V T Y- GARRETT G R Miles and family spent Sunday the guests of Richard Willett and wife Miles and Drusie Misses Fouslioes Wright were the guests of Miss Susie Burch last Sunday Mr J W Tuoll aud family spent Saturday night and Sunday with Sig Loeb and family Guston Rod Shacklett aud family spent Satur Â¬ day night and Sunday with J G Shack- Â¬ lett and family at Hill Grove J G Roby and family aro expected homo Monday after u ten days visit to relatives at Washington county Joe Toby coloreddled Thursday after a long illness of consumption Ho was buried in the colored grave yard at this place Dr Walkei and family passed through here Friday on their way home after a short visit to Dr Morris Walkers of Bowleyvllle Dr J P Shacklett and wifo of Ekron andMrsJImTindall and Mrs W W Miles were the guests of Dr Miles and family Wednesday D S Roberts and family of Ekron and D W Burch and family of Hill Grove were the guests of their mother Mrs Burch Sunday Bob Spaldin of Flaharty spen t Fri day night at W W Miles en route to Brandenburg after his son Victor who has been attending school at that place John Kirg of near Grahampton died Monday after a long illness His funer- Â¬ al was preached by it v Judson Willett Tuesday evenlrg Ho was interred in the Bungar cemetery near hero Â¬ Oldham Ky Last summer my feet and limbs broko out in sores 1 tried various remedies but nothing did me any good At length my friends per- Â¬ suaded me to try Hoods Sarsaparilla I began lo get better before I had finish- Â¬ ed the first bottle I continued this medicine until I was entirely well As a blood purifier I believe Hoods Sarsaparilla is unequalled Miss Dodie Wheeler Hoods Pills are tho only pills to take with Hoods Sarsaparilla Easy and yet efficient A Practical Statesman From The New York Sun Some times since The Times had oc- Â¬ casion to comment upon tho efficient and judicious policy of the Government of ono of the Southern States who hap- Â¬ pens to have been elected by an over- Â¬ whelming majority by the party whoso views on finance The Times has vigor orously opposed Apropos of these comments this gentleman wrote a note from which we venture to quote the following brief passage which seems to express a sentiment of much value at the present time I shall never forget the debt the South owes Tub Times for its splendid and successful fight againt sectionalism in tho past Tho attempt to draw new lines of sectionalism on other questions will also fail All of us are entitled to our yiews on the currency question The mistake made I regret to say more or Beware 01 the Knife Mr Lincoln Nelson of MarshfieldMo writes For sir years I have been a sufferer from a scrofulous affection of the glands of my neck and all efforts of nhvsiclans in Washington D C Springfield 111 and St Louis failed to-Aiicr six reduce tue enlargement months constant treatment here my physician urged me to submit to a removal of the gland At thia critical moment a friend recommended SSS and laying aside a deep rooted preju dice against all patent medicines 1 be gan its use Before I had used one bot- Â¬ tle the enlargement began to disappear and now it is entirely gone though lam not through with my second bottle yet Had I only used your SSS long ago I would have escaped years of misery and saved over f iso This experience is like that of all who suffer with deep seated blood troubles The doctors can do no good and even their resorts to the knife prove either fruitless or fatal SSS is the only real blood remedy it gets at the root of the disease and forces it out perma nently Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SSS guaranteed purely vegetable A Real Blood Remedy is a blood remedy for real blood troubles it cures the most obstinate cases of Scrofula Eczema Cancer Rheumatism etc which other so called blood reme Â¬ dies fall to touch SSS gets at the root of the disease and forces it out per Â¬ manently Valuable books will be sent free to any address by tho Swift Specific Co AtÂ¬ lanta Ga sss boils ulcers and all other skin troubles can be instantly relieved by the same Mr Isaac Horner proprietor of tho remedy Short Haynes Burton House Burton W Va and one of tho most widely known men in the Mrs Bettie Ann Iticketts Dead state was cured of rheumatism after Mrs Beltio Ann Ricketts died at the threoyearj of suffering He says I homo of her Mr D S Rich- Â¬ hayo not sufficient command of language ardson of Union Star June 15 1897 to convoy any idea of what I suffered aged 74 years When quite young she my physicians told me that nothing was married to Elisha Ashcralt and to could be done for me and my friends this union God gave A daughtor Mrs were fully convinced that nothing but Richardson But this husband and fa Â¬ death would relieve me of my suffering ther was called to leavo them and go In June 1891 Mr Evans then tales Â¬ beyond She was then joinod in mar man for tho Wheeling Drug Co recomriago to Reuben Ricketts and to tills EXPENSES W DRAFT mended Chamberains Pain Balm At union were born seven children flvo of this time my foot and limb was swollen whom with their aged fattier remain to to moro than double their normal size mourn their loss but to her children and it seemed to me my leg would burst aud husband sho leaves the richest legacy but soon after I began using tho Pain that could fall to sorrowing friends tho Balm the swelling began to decrease sweet memory of a christian wife and the pain to leave and now I consider mother In tho early morning of the It is DEERINGS Ball and Roller Bearing For sale iby day she died she walked to Mrs Rich- Â¬ 5--that I am entirely cured Pony Binder the Lightest Draft Binder on A R Fisher Cioverport and R A ardsons to spend the day perfectly well Z3 Z the Market Sold by Shellman Stephensport and happy About 5 oclock in the after- Â¬ noon she was laughing and chatting pleasantly with the family around her SHREVE KY whon without warning the summons came Come up higher and the doors of heaven wero opened to her She Littlo Miss Mollio Butler is real sick fought the good fiirht kept tho faith and Lee Phillips of Deaneflold was tho gained that for which her soul sought Her holy life has been as the melody of guest of friends last week VVWV a loving song hushing the tumult of sin H D Trumau of Owonsboro is about her May we cherish her mem- Â¬ Rev ory follow her Christ and meet her in visiting relatives here this week heaven affiaBV3tsjfMrc7SJ9cesiJ9 ts n 1 it rrw cTTmcsxssrrTKCGzrrrt Mrs Sallle Wlilttinghlll was tho guest of Mrs O W Butlor Wednesday Tetter Snlt Ithoum and Eczema Mr Houston Basham wifo and Mrs Tho intense itching and smarting inci- Â¬ Would pay fiooffrnTjpewiiier if ho Wiiito wero guests in tho village last dent to theso diseases is instantly nllnyed thought he could pet one to do equally Eyo nnd by applying Chamberlains week a mu h woik f r in t Mnny vory bad cases Skin Ointment Rev Duggins and wifo of Harned are havo been permanently cured by it It tho guests of their brother J S Arm is equally efficient for itching piles nnd 11IJ ULIlftlJUMJL n favorito remedy for soro nipples strong Wl do Ihe woik rt any ico n achinr T chnpped hands chilblains frost bites at Vj the price Machine- - lent on trial T Miss Floy Murphy who has boon vis 25 cts per box and chronic soro oyes tj rononiibte rartlet iting relatives in Cioverport for some Dr Cadjs Condition Powders nro West Virginia Supply Co time returned home last week just what a horso needs when in bad Ccn Agent Ky and V Va Mrs Tom Butler MrsCharles Davison condition Tonic blood purifier nnd WHEELING W VA They nro not food but Mrs Luther Shrevo and Mrs Albert vermifuge J6 w --it medicino nnd the best in nso to put a Vlf W S3 VI W1Wf WftT --I fgEgiB Mauxley wero guests of Mrs Jim Shrove Prfco 25 horso in primo condition ono day lost week cents per package Quito a large number attended church iBvJw A Muddy Ilnatl at Pleasant Grovo last Sunday The Ono day this week as a teamster was pastor Rev Taylor of Pleasant Ridge slowly working ills way through tho delivered a very interesting discourse quagniiro commonly known as a counFarm work is booming Tom Butler ty road between tho Cnmmiugs hill lias 114 acres of fine wheat ready to cut and Fossil ho espied n hut iu ono 90 acres of corn in good condition 20 of tho tuts iu fiont of him As tho acres of tobacco growing nicely and a headgear appeared to bo iu fairly good The time of departure of the ark and very fine garden thrown in Mr Butler condition ho dismounted to pick it up people who didnt believe in advertising has several workmon employed repairing As ho niibod tho hut ho was nstonished had to stay out in the rain for forty and adding new rooms verandas etc to to hear u voice coming from under it Hcildouf Thats my hatl days They undoubtedly changed their his house nnd is also putting on a fine exclaim As soon as ho had gathered his breath metal roof Mis Butler has about 450 and wits the teamster nsked What nro views but their post office address has young chickens nearly large enough to yon doing down there Which brought never been learned fry forth tho reply Im in big luck to bo On the 1G inst little Miss Mary Shreve wheiolam Thcros a horso underneath Fossil Or Journal entertained her baby friends most mo Try an ad In the NKWS for elegantly the ocraiion being the colebra 1 hat Uulltlmc 1eelinf Everybody Eajl So tion of her fourth birth day The little Cascarets Candy Cathartic tho most won ones wero permitted to play tholr baby deiful medical discovery of tho ago pleas Â¬ games till the dinner hour when a boun Â¬ ant aud refreshing to tho taste act gently and positively on kidneys liver and bowels tiful dinner of oyfrters chicken cakes cleansing tho entiro system dispel colds J0H0J constipation candies fruits and ice cream was served euro hcadacho fovcr habitualand try a box and biliousness Plcaso buy The old folks waited and ten little tots of O C C to day 10 8S CO cents Bold and ruled the board supremo Those pres- Â¬ guaranteed to euro by all druggists y mk ent were little Misses Mollio and Eva Worth KememVtrlnf Butler Sallie Mauxley and Pearl Shreve Tho community with tho host roads 9 MV A A Masters Wilber and David Snreve Wil- Â¬ is voiy likoly to bo tho best community lie Davison Ernest and Ira Mauxley A narrow tiro will dig a rut but a Quite a good time was enjoyed by all good broad tiro will roll it shut The guests carried boqueta of towers to Tho depth of n road is moro to bo their little hostess dreaded than its length CLASS SHOULD BE OF f Tho stato of tho road tolls tho sizo it TE It has been discovered that eye salves tho load f WORKMANSHIP and waters containing sugar of lead Dout tobacco Spit and Wmose lOtirUre Amy YI11 CORRECT PRICES often produco lead poison fatal to the tobacco easily and forover To sight if not to llfo You run a great notlc quit of life nerve and vigor takobo rone full risk in using such preparations To tho wonder worker that maltes woalc men Curo Guaran All druggists BOo or effectually and speedily and perman Â¬ strong Dooklet and sampleII free Address teed ently euro sore eyes granulated lids Sterling Itcmody Co Chlcnn or New York WErtlmatM FurnlshM CLOVErtPOM KY or styes without the possibility of evil Iloail llrlof after effects use Sutherlands Eagle A good toad is n publio Joy Eyo Salve Short Haynes Tho hotter tho road is drained the easier It is maintained BIGSPRING Reform tho roads and reform th people Mr and Mrs II Meyei wero in Vino says W B Johnson Newark O Grovo last Friday One Minuto Cough Curo saved my only L Born to the wife of Dau Brown on the child from dying by croup It has 13th Inst a daughtor saved thousand of others suffering from Fred Kayo of Vino Grove was hero croup pneumonia bronchitis and other last Friday and Saturday serious throat and lung troubles Short Worth of Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes bought for Spot Cndh and at A A Grief of Vine Grove was horo Haynes Our Own Price Wo intend to put these goods on solo and last week doing some tin work Messed Are tho Poorl make the greatest SENSATION ever heard of Con- Â¬ Frank Hardin and Guy Meador at- Â¬ Hopresoutatlves of tho crookory in sult your interest and attend this Sale tended tho commencement at Bothlo terest who havo gouo to Washington to hem protest against tho new tariff complain lot Childrens Hose only jc 5a riierei of Iuncy Cullcoci worth 6ci our price 3c Mrs Harry Miller has returned from that tho proposed sohcdulcs discriminate anojlllncham Ask to ie our Window Shndrs at Ijc Hawesvllle accompanied by her mother agaiust goods usod by tho poor and in S I1UI1 1uwni at t 1 lot Hoys Suits worth floo 74c favor of thoso purohasod by tho rich I Mrs Fritz our piicelj 98 8c lot Mens Suits samples worh jc Dlcssod aro tho poor bnt tlioy uocd ex- Â¬ Fait Iercilci M re rcale Shirts sc 100 pet lint Hoojler Cotton 6ci Mlrses licttie Clarkson aud Myrtle pect littlo holp from a protectivo tariff c I if Ladlei Vctti jc ioc Moorman have returned homo from Philadelphia Record GROCERIES Good Heavy Suspenders C 1JC Brandenburg 1 lo small heck While Good floo iocs 7i so Ins Rood Sugar Kino Fur Hat- - ampjei 1 lot Men oSc 15c Green Cofleea raji Charlie Moorman was in Ilanllnsburg Ile t lllua Cottonada Puti 40c Iure New Orleans Molaurs our prlra 7JCJ 4V tj being examined last week He will ot IlUcIc Henrietta cloth jjcj ourpilco IOC 100 Tia 3 pieco jq teach at Oustor I piece of llearyherjt Blue Good Green Tea 40c j Genu CeluioIJ Collar only T Soveralof our young people attended 5 5c Gold Btst I Klectrfc o pairs Ilsavjr Kelson bocks only i tflarcn 5C J Childrens Day exercises at Howolls church last Sunday Miss Ora Walton attended the com- Â¬ Wool Chickens and Eggs wanted aT Highest Market Price mencement at Braiidsaburgand was th guest of Miss Allie Heed Miss Daisy Mwdor and John MorrU DONT FORGET THIS vbtlted Cscllia last wslc mm aMwuled the tomwanoeujwit at BeiiikliMu KrTrl CREAM IUTM iBpoltlrrar MImm Zoliua Strothw and Buby Mil Apply lata the nailrll JUqtiUlly l rtl W il I xiMplu lUc tr nnlt Mat at of Ur attended tb Sunday School Oonvf n- CO GEO C uy l Kits m Vcw tr a MLX son-in-laÂ¬ securely Mum - 11 l jM B 1W 1 n TV gT S 2 A ll Vl IJ W PATE SWf ill 7IUUUIUIU JOLLY KY VSi CO i uuuiuiuft 1 WHAT HAN iiir I nwaMf JM 1 frX fiOr SsiW CI1 -- f Â¬ Noah Advertised Are you going to get wet t svssvsssv v m AArU w ivr M - FIRST UP-TO-DA- I Â¬ SsssH J E AMTHEEDEAL iVtvvvmmV 8542 W KEITH S SON DOLLARS 1 Â¬ 1 f -- f tF yr ggjCaXc 1 11 THE GREAT BARGAIN STORE YEAXKL Ultoi 1 1 YWk Brandonbnr f Iy lit m