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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rWffr - -- jfytir S IHKrii t s i ii Walter Wellman THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS OLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 30 1897 NO 50 yfT- - jj SEND US YOUR ORDER FOR PICNIC BILLS MKINLEYS PLANS bentof The WBoEff t fe - NEWS NUGGETS son of William Broad Cambrldgeport Mass Ii bolloved to havo been stoleu by gypsloi Tho tli round bout botween John It Sullivan and Bob Fltzslmmons will take place at Antbroso Park Brooklyn on DISASTROUS Accidents to Trains Which Cost Many Lives NINETEEN PERSONS INJURED ISrc Wfl i 11 WwfvP Fer CHba8 Llberty Gven ln Fu by SPAIN MUST WITHDRAW TRO0PS July 6 Ex Sttto Treasurer R sWasFV - And That Means Freedom and dependence for Cuba In the Broadest Sense ONLY SPAINS ALTERNATIVE ru a a 5 Washington Juno 9 Gen SpccloJ crnl Woodford our new minister to Spain town several days receiving has been In from President MoKlnloy nnd Assistant Secretary Day Ills Instructions ns to his work at Madrid Gonerul Woodford will Inko with him to Spnln wrltton instruo tlona as to whnt ho is to Vi At first ho Is to prepare tho Spanish statesmen for whnt Is coming and whon tho opportuno mo mont arrives ho Is to present tho demand of this government concerning Cuba That this demand will bo all tho roal friends of Cuba could wish I know to bo tho truth Minister Yicodfortl will ask that Cuba bo given full and complete local self govern went Spain Is to hold a titular sover- Â¬ eignty over Culm and nothing more That would amount to very littlo It would bo tho slenderest sort of a thread botween tho old oountry and tho colony Tho Cubans would bo ablo to govern themselves as fully as If they wcro absolutely Independ- Â¬ ent Spain would bo required to with Â¬ draw her troops from tho Island nnd all the world knows that ovacuntlon of Cuba means Independence Spain has for many years maintained her authority In Cuba solely through military power and when this Is onco taken away Cuba will bo vir- Â¬ tually free Tho Presidents Flans For tho tlino being If tho presidents flans are carried out Cuba will virtually bo junior tho protection of the United States It Is not meant by this that tho United Stntcs will send governors or oth- Â¬ er ofllclnls thero or maintain troops In tho Island but that the moral pressure of our government will be used to regulate affairs ln Cuba Tho Cuban government will nat- Â¬ urally look to tho United States for guld nnce In caso of troublo tho power of this nation may bo Interposed to restore order Thus for a time at loastCuba would enjoy local self government really under tho joint protection of Spain and tho United States Nominally Spain would retnln the Island as a colony Actually the United States would bo tho controlling power Tho Cuban leaders In this country toll nQ that tho very day Spain evacuates tho Island they will declare their Independence Tho Cuban leaders figure that tholrormlea can take possession of tho cltlos control tho government and rulo the island But if the United States brings Spain too reali- Â¬ zation of the futility of further contlnuanco of tho war and induces that proud and hnughty government to admit too great republic as a joint regulator of Cuban af fairs It Is expeotedtho Cubans will yield to tho will of this government and respeot any pledges mada by us In their behalf All this Is upon the supposition that Spain will yield to tho United States with Â¬ out war Whother sho will or not no one can now say Thero oro Indications ln both directions First must bo considered tho proverbial prldo of tho Spanish Could any ministry maintain itself at Madrid after it had yielded to tho detested Yan Â¬ kees Would it not In swept out of power There is such dangor Tho party that en mo in upon tho ruins of tho offending ministry would probably havo as Its cam Â¬ paign cry war with tho United States Cuba la tho last of Spains great colonies ln America If that is lost tho dream of empire Is gone forever It Is not an easy problem this of asking n onco great and still proud nation to give up tho last of Its oversea heritage which at ono tlmo was greater than that of any other nation Spains Condition On tbo other hand it Is known that Spain is ln no condition to make war upon the United States or any other first class power Tho Spanish treasury Is well nigh bankrupt Tho war ln Cuba If costing about 10000000 a month Already Spain Is behind many millions ln her war oo Tbo counts The soldiers aro unpaid paper money falls lower and lower In com Â¬ Largo interest parison with gold values dues upon tho publla debt aro soon to bo paid and as yet It Is not clear where tho If Spain docs go money is coming from to wur with tho United Stntcs tho result of It will never bo ln doubt Spain will Ijo whipped In that caso badly whipped not only Cuba but probably Puerto Klco would bo lost as colonics In addition tho United States would have to be Indemni- Â¬ fied for the war expenses as a victorious nation always is Suoh u war might during Its contlnu Â¬ anco servo as a sop to Spanish prldo Whllo the fighting was going on Spain would bo Â¬ Bartloy of Omahn convicted of ombezzloment has beon son tenced o SO years In tho r nitontlary and pay a flno of 10000 Tho minors at tho Klin pits on tbo Mo nongahcta river nra out on a trIko for the 63 ccnt rate It may bo tho beginning of a gsjperal sttlko ln that district Hooper B Stephens Jr a farmor resid Â¬ ing near Huntington W Va hung himself to tho limb of an applo tree Ho had been suffering with grip and his mind was affoctcd His littlo son dlscovorcd tho body hanging Tho most romarkablo wheat crop over known Is now blug harvMtsd throughout Host Tennessee Tho season has boon a porfect ono and tho farmers had plant ed an unusually largo crop TLo output will boonormous Thomas Scott of Chattanooga In march of work fell in with two young men at Lexington Ky and tho throo wont 1st sleep in n box car About midnight Scotts companions pinioned him to tho floor robbed him of his clothing watch Â¬ Â¬ Train Plunges Into a Gorge Through Which Rushed a Raging Torrent CONDUCTORS AWrUL BLUNDER Tho St Juno 28 Louis express on tho Wabash railway which left hero at 0 20 Saturday evening plunged through a trestlu nt Mis souri City Mo at 7 03 oclock carry ing down tho cutiro train with tho ex- Â¬ ception of tho rear car a Pullman Tho gorgo which a fow hours previously was practically empty had become n raging torrent becauso of a tromondotis downpour of a rain and tho structnro Soven persons wero killed worked nnd 10 Injured A list of the dead is as follows W S Mills postal clerk St Louis O M Smith postal clerk St Louis Gustavo A Smith postal clerk St Louis Charles Winters postal clerk St Louis 1 W Brink postal clerk St Louis Edward Griudrod baggagoman St Louis Charles P Greasloy brakeman St Louis Nineteen pcoplo wcro injured though none of them seriously except ono Following is a listof thoso most seriously Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kansas City and ring H C Southcrland an old p ospco oiof Maultou announces what Is suld to bo the only bona fide gold strike tliU stdo of Xikos Peak Tho oro runs 110 to tho ton and Is found at an altitude of 10 000 foot on Ihj Phoenix proporty on tho east slop of Pikes Peak Tho company has a tunnel running 800 fcot Into tho moun- Â¬ tain and located near tho largo crater which Is said to bo a portion of the volcano which throw out tho famous Cripple Crook lock Crimes and Ouualtlt Whllo playing with a revolver at Cut lor O Charllo Campbell a 10 year old boy shot hlimolf ln tho groin and will Â¬ una tnu AKrou nuuour company started on n special Clovelaud Akron nnd Co lumbus train for their annual outing at Hiawatha park Mount Vernon Tho train was going through Millcrsburg at a high ratu of speed when tho engineer a iddcnly dlscovorod a Daltlmoro and Ulilo train on tho truck ahead of him standing in front of tho depot He whistled for brakes and applied thonir after reversing but thero appeared to be no check ou the speed It dashed ou and struck tho Ilaltlmoro nnd Uhlo train Tho collision was terrific Tho en gineers and Ih omen of both engines jumped and saved thcmsolvcs Tho Baltimore and Ohio engine was thrown from the truck as well as tho baggage car ou tho colliding train Both en gines wcro badly wrecked and both baggagecars weio badly damaged Thero wcro COO passengers on board tho excursion train and great excitement prevailed Tho baggagecar of tho picnio traiu ln which wero n number of wheelmen with their whcols was almost completely crushed and from tho appear nnco of tho car it is wonderful that any of tho occupants escaped with their lives Tho shock throughout tho cntiro train was very violent and Boveral of thoso in tho very lust car wero thrown violontly from their seats to tho floor receiving slight Injuries and bruises Tho names ot tho Injured uro as fol- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JAPAN OBJECTS To the Annoxation of Hawaii by the United States THEY CLAIM tiuu it is neciaen not to oraer a general triko and present conditions and prices aro nllowod to continuo iu the Pittsburg district then tho Ohio miners will have to accept a reduction from 51 to 54 cents per ton or wago an independent fight against tho reduction Â¬ Â¬ ROYAl AKlN3 them die Dr J II Tannor was shot and killed at Now Haven Ills by Marshal William Wade over nu old dlflloulty botweou a united and enthuslastlo nation For a short time a good showing might bo mada against this oountry for tho Spanish navy IJut after tho Inevi Â¬ Is not to be despised table defeat had come with all Its disaster and chagrin with ruin staring tho coun- Â¬ try In tho fuco what would be tho fato of This Is the the Spanish royal family question which tho ablest men In Spain aro today considering and which will be Â¬ camo a still moro pointed and vital ques Â¬ tion as soon as General Woodford shall havo presented his Instructions Over tho reigning Spanish family hangs tho shadow of republicanism on tho ono side and of Corllstlsm on tho other A disastrous wor with tho United States might bring one or other orHhcso up as an avalanche Simlas Only Alternative - it part tqniako tho statement that our gov Â¬ ernment expects Spain to yield to tho do mauds which General Woodford Is to pre Â¬ sent Under tho circumstances ourottl olals do not sea how Spain con do any Â¬ thing else It Is a stern necessity Itoal Ixlng this It Is President McKlulcys pol Â¬ icy to glvo tho Spanish government ovcry opportunity to accede to our wishes and at the tamo time to meet Its iuot difficult and hazardous home situation All the president wantsU results and ho does no tarn how thy are secured If Spain will wove apparently of her own motloaaad wtek and seetulugly not on account of smsiiiw brought to boar by the United In order to so much the tetter fcmt- - public aptnlon I Miwln the M4 m satetepieiit myJet ear prep kfaa aa then formulate wW in own to be aa adssQuate solution tt If this pro tk Csjban ptnbteM it will be aeosi Spain must expeet the In tmt tr not terventlon of the United States I am able to say upon ale anther that tvo sotUacMM of lb Cuban difficulty bat dons out switM virtual IndaMMbu te ts tetoX wtu be iiwBtid by w yw- - It Is no violation of confidence on my Artelia Prathcr Columbia Mo 8 years old head and face cut W H Wilkinson Kansas City shoulders Injured and head nnd fuco covered with cuts Mrs W II Wilkinson Kansas City right arm broken head nnd faco cut Miss Alico Darcoy Kansas City head badly cut both arms sprained sido injured Miss Nelllo Merrick of Carrolltou back badlv hurt Mrs Sallio Matthowa Kansas City sido hurt Edward Dillon Holliday Kan head bruised nnd cut kneo sprained Kentucky penitentiary and fatally InDr Sol Gray Prairio Hill Mo right jured Crabtroo suspected that Buokloy both elbows injured had revealed or Intended to reveal tho de- kneo andHlnnon Mexico Mo both legs J tails of a plot to escape In which many of badlyW bruised the prlsoucrs wcro concerned Conductor Copoland was supposed to Deaths bo dead when taken from tho wreck William P Noblo of Cincinnati died at and his body with a handkerchief Ashovllle N C whero ho had gono for down over tho face was ranged in a row with tho seven dead orpses A his health Ho was n promlnont Ma o i TThO daughtor of Charles few minutes later somo ono observed a Kraus of Elwood Ind was found doad In sign of lifo and ho was quickly transbed having died suddenly during tho ferred to a stretcher and given every possiblo attontion night All indications are that death camo to Kinllu D KeuBtndt senior nVmbor of tho flvo the firm of Xoustadt Company former-Â¬ at least four of instantly aufortuiiato Their car mail clerks almost ly ono of tho most Important flour com pitched eud flrst through tho break in nils Ion houses on the Now York Produo Exchange died suddenly Sunday aged 60 tho trcstlo and they must havo been years The firm which handled Uour from drowned in the raging stream while iu Tho remains Milwaukee and Suporior Wis fulled last an unconscious condition of tho four wero carried from tho April wreck and wero recovered somo dis tanco down tho stream Thero wero Flrt Tho Bass fouudry and machlno works signs of lifo iu tho body of tho fifth of Fort Wayne Ind huvo bcon placed ln muil clerk when rescuers dragged him tho hands of a receiver from tho wreck but he dlod a few minutes later ou tho bank of tho creek C Ii Dowcpso grocoryman of Book It was feared thero wero moro bodies port Ind has made an assignment H Hoch assignee Assots and liabilities un- Â¬ In tho stream but a careful search proved that tbo fatalities wcro limited known Arecelvorhas boon appointed for tho to thoso already named Thero is now but a small stream flowing beneath tho Hudson Iron company of Hudson N Y whoe plaut hai beon closed for three troitle whoro tho wreck occurred In ordinary weather it is a dry creek bed years Tho assots aro moro than fcfiOOO Tho storm of Saturday night which In excess of tho liabilities was almost a cloudburt had swollen Failures tho littlo stream to torroutial proporFlro completely destroyed tho Old Cap- tions Tho flood carried awny a wagon itol browing proporty at Mason City bridgo a short dlstanco abovo the Wa Woit Virginia bash trostle Tho wreck of tills bridgo Thirteen buildings wore totally de was hurled down upon tho railroad stroyed and four badly damagod by flro at trestlo and carried away a row of wood Â¬ en supports iu tho coutcr Utlca 0 entailing n loss of 30CO3 A neighboring farmer noticed tho George Otts slaughter and storago bouso containing 300 hami and 3 bar Â¬ perilous condition of tho trestlo and re- Â¬ rels of la d was dostroyod by flro n Kir solved to Hag tho passenger train which klevtugton Ivy Loss t3lW lnsuranco ho know to bo nbont duo For noarly 11500 lellovod to bo tho work of an In- Â¬ an hour bo stood thero in tho terriUo downpour of rain only to fall nt last iu cendiary his good intentions for when tho Wa Â¬ bash companys New York fast mail SWirfbLINQ SCHEME camo thundering on the storm was al A Woman Arrested FoObtalnlng Money most blinding and tho engineer evidently could not sco tho signal which Under False Fretenies I NDiANArous Jnno 25 Mrs Oharlca tho f armor so frantically waved across tho track O Brown of 103 Enst St Joo street Tho locomotivo struck tho trcstlo this city was nrrosted and locked up moment lator tho disaster was prea last night ou a charge of obtaining sented iu all its horrors The engine Tho passed over but tho tender went through money under falso pretenses Sho rep- Â¬ with tho tumbling bridgo Tho bag Woniati had u novel sehemo resented to hor victims that four mou gago car toppled off on its Bide whllo were Imprisoned In Sing Sing who the mail car wliich followed pitched into tho stream end flrst Every lifo know tho secret of a vast troaauro Sho was raising a fnnd of 10000 to in this car was lost Tho smoker next It was in secure their liberation fromprUon after behind followedCopeland was this car ridiug which all who had subscribed to tho that Conductor fnnd would profit largely It is esti Â¬ Tho other oconpauts oscaped serious in mated by tho polica that Mrs Drown injury Tho chair car noxt behind also secured thousands from hor dupes tho majority of viom aro women Soma plunged in upon tho mass of wrcckago end tirat and all its passengers wero prominent people wero taken lit thrown to tho forward eud iu an iudo Minister Drops Ueail scribablo heap How they escaped with 20 The Hoy K no moro serious injury is a mystery Kokomo Ind Juno E West pastor of tho Harrison stroet which all tho passengers iu this coach Christian church this city for flvo aro puzxled ovor Tho front end of tho sleeper noxt in years suddenly droppod dead last even tho rear jammed into the protruding hq was in tho act of reading tho end of tho chair car and was thus pre ing as evening paper Tho cause is attributed vented from following the others into to heart failure Mr Yeat had been tho chasm Tho two Excelsior Spriugs previously stationed at LoBalort coaches In the rear remained ou tho Ma Hou and other points and was 43 track years old Ho wm a popular mtulster The postal authorities report that prob Â¬ and a man ot extended iuiluvuco ably nearly all tho mail carried on tho train was lost or destroyed When tho Artful wreck occurred tho flvo postal clerks ara yoer Jiuibaud baa supposed to have iiad all of their pouches Mrs Potto I been at work boaftft a bkyck wit I thought ho waa open and to havoTho car was so distrib broken uting tho mall iwyer to wear one 4teMHid mail most of to get it by attd splintered that to drift tho the Mrs Watts to hm into floated off probably tAlUiur Uim lu wad tan nld in wear aJBT- - Mlasoari river and be lost Tho Wabash ItbiMg U tsMf ktol IidlMtpolUJor train each evening carries all of Kansaa Citys afterwow lstall far the east ana SHH it U always haswy and valuable Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tho offects Adam Lro aged 63 and his son William aged 25 of Hockwayvlllo Pa wore Instantly killed by tho explosion of n hollar lira small machlno shop at Brock port Klk oounty Pa Tno oiploilou Is thought to havo been caused by cirrylng too much steam Curtis Brendloy living near South Bond Ind aftor drlnktug hatd cider nnd alcohol went to the home of hlJather Jacob I eudloy where in a scuflle with his sister Sarah aged 18 It Is alleged hi struck her a blow In the chest from tho effects of which sho died Sam Buckley a convlot was assaulted by Sam Crabtroo a fellow convict In tho Â¬ Lafayctto Adams 13 residing noar Sycamore Iud was kicked In tho abdomen by u horso and died ln half an hour from jured G O Copeland of St Louis conduct- Â¬ or of tho train fractured jikull nnd sov oral ribs broken Ho is at the hospital whero he lingers between life and death bnt tho surgoons express a hopo that ho will recovor Mrs S O P Ilathor Columbia Mo head shoulders and neck very badly in Â¬ hurt si Â¬ I tn Kditof Im sorry I oanaot jwu aaHosoript bot your atswy wall writtea tnaka any aeft kmt I ONE KILLED AND TieiM Aa Kwtoa dsMai VssMsBBt wssUUInv mum wimw dif aranoo wba ii was srittt d woaVd ttf Brooklu UH nuaiau ntivmrmut 8atoday tka Autox O Jana muloyM of tho Goodrich Kabbar com Ituur tag Fainna st it Mm la IUVEN INJURED a MmuI th Diamond Bohta cawoaar Funeral Arrangement Washington Juno 25 Congressman RIGHTS Edward Dean Cook was found dead in Ids room at tho Cochran hotel yesterday morning about 6 oclock presumably of Were Not Rospected and that They heart disease Mr Cooko retired about 11 oclock apparently iu porfect health Wero Kopt in the Dark as Re- Â¬ At 2 oclock yesterday morning Night Clerk Cochran w as called to Ids room gards the Recent and found him suffering from nausea but ho soon recovered aud declined to WITH HAWAII havo a physician called Ho returned TRANSACTIONS Absolutely Pure to bed and uothgft further was thought of tho matter until If r Cochran reCelebrated for lis great leavenfce strength snd Assures the food Wahiiisoton Juno 28 Tho Japa turned to tho hotel nt 5 oclock iu tho healthfulnessadulteration common to against alum and the cheap brands morning and wont to Cookes room to all foims of nese position on tho annexation of Ha ROYAL BAKING fOWDKR CO NtW YORK forhlm Mr waii by tho United States has been inquiro physician who Cooke was dead was immediately and tho mado known from a very high source summoned said that ho had apparently Tho Japanese base their opposition to been dead for sovcral hours annexation almost entirely upou tho Tho members of tho Illinois delegaground that it is an interference with tion wcro at onco notified aud tho took chargo of tho body tho treaty rights of Japan and complain especially that tho treaty was ne- which was propared at onco for ship The Latest Advices Concerning gotiated in tho faco of tho most friendly ment to Chicago protestations from Japan aud at a timo 48 Mr Cooko was a native of Iowa and Our Recent Acquisition years old Ho was educated in tho lows when tho Japanese authorities had beon Philip Kosomond left leg broken at led to believe that no such treaty would publio schools of Dubuquo and laterÂ¬ graduated from tho Columbian uni tho hip and othcrwiso injured so badly bo undertaken The following may be that ho died after being romoved to a accepted aa an absolutely accurato out versity law school of Washington nnd JAPANS BIG SCHEME FAILED was admitted to tho Sinco 1873 ho hospital lino of tho position of tho Japanese le-Â¬ had practiced law inbar Chicago In 1882 John Wieso internally injured gation in Washington ho was elected to the Illinois legislature Ellas Capron back ami left leg badly Tho Japanese insist as on all former and served on important committees in Owing to the Prompt Action Taken bruised occasions that tho Japaneso govern Ho was elected to tho A Champ Lilly nose broken seVore ment has not now and novcr has had that body by Admiral Beardslee fourth cougress North bruises any designs against Hawaii This they Fifty or Sixth Illinoisfrom tho as a Resido1 district Cable Scheme - beFrank Hilton leg sovcroly Injured consider a most important pointaud then ro cloctcd to tho Edward Hilton injured about head cause- of tho talk about colonization publicancongress Arthur Cope broken auklo and in wliich they say has apparently had so present ternal injuries much weight in tho discussion of tho SOME WILD RUMORS DENIED WORK OF ANARCHISTS All of tho abovo wcro riding iu tho question The Ileccnt Holocaust In larls Now Laid baggagecar They contend that tho Japaneso first at Their Doors It is said that tho Baltimore- and Ohio went to Hawaii in rcsponso to tho de Sax Fiiascisco Juno 28 Tho steam conductor told his engineer that tho maud for labor in tho island under proChicaoo Juno 25 Tho Post says special was not duo until 0 1 a m visions of a treaty concluded in 1880 at According to a story which has reached er Gaelic brought tho following advices from Honolulu II I Juno 20 and that ho should go ahead when iu tho solicitation of tho Hawaiian govern Chicago from Paris via Washington reality tho ordor road that tho special ment Thoy call attention to the fact tho terrible holocaust which wiped out Sinco tho Philadelphia has been in was duo at 8 10 a nt that tho Japaneso government have al over 100 lives at the French capital port weekly battalion drills havo been Tho wrecked train was hauled back ways been averso to having their pcoplo held Ou tho 14th tho men from both o Akron It was met by umbulancod as tho Cliiueso May 4 was tho work of anarchists the Marion and tho flagship wco landgo abroad as coolies rovongo on tho upper and tho injured taken to tho hospital do and that tho government has always thirsting for ed Whllo on the march to tho drill classos of Franco striven to provont snen immigration EVEnYMAN IdASSACRED order It is claimed that whllo tho ofllcial grounds an orderly brought an board As a consfifuenco tho Hawaiian treaty Mnlullits Wtpo Out the llipcdltluu of was so worded as to proveut even tho inquiry into tho circumstances sur- Â¬ and the battalion returned ou Huron Dlianls suspicion of anything like coollo labor rounding tho catastrophe threw littlo This action was taken it is understood Tho interests of all parties were thoy light ou tho causo of tho flro tho secret on account of a rumor to tho effect that Buusselh Juno 25 Tho Uoforme scrvico department Is working on a clow tho Nnnawai would land a force of men says it learns from a good sonrco that say protected and as u conscimcnco secured a high tho the cntiro Dhanis expedition to tho classHawaiian planters labor upon fair that points to au anarchist conspiracy to tako chargo of tho Hawaiian customagricultural of said house Tho Japaneso failed to aot and headwaters of tho Nilo including Baron terms and under circumstauces that did of stupendous magnitude It is satistho Paris detectives havo not only Admiral Bcardsloos Dlianls himself has been massacred not givo tho least occasion for the dis- fied themselves that anarchists wero at it is believed that Baron Dhanls last year enlisted 0000 like and opprobrium which generally tho bottom of tho awful crime but that prompt action caused tho captain to men iu tho Congo Frco Stato to tako attach to contract labor This they say the leaders who planned it fled to chango his mind Tho English speaking pcoplo here be part in a secret expedition Tho British worked admirably for years aud nutil America as soon as they had soon with government allowed a number of its tho planters becamo restivo under tho what frightful success it had been exe- Â¬ liovo that thero was good foundation for tho rumor in spito of tho denial hussar troops to join tho expedition conditions imposed by the treaty cuted but it olllcially denied that an Anglo thinking the Japanese hold that thoy It is also asserted that sovcral persons mado at the Japaneso legation Belgian movement had been concerted could securo labor moro cheaply with are under arrest in Paris ou tho susThero are all kinds of rumors floatpicion of knowing moro about tho affair ing around said Counsellor Akiyama bgainst tho Mahdists Tho general im tho restrictions romoved an- Â¬ At tho same timo tho question of prosslon however was that this force than thoy care to tell Ono ridiculous ono was that tho Japwas intended to aot uiconjtuictlon With nexation came up and tho adherents of A momber of tho French legation at were to land and tako thongnt Washington is said to bo authority for aneso steamers chargo of tho customhouse Another is tho Anglo Egyptian expedition up tho union with tho United States necessary to mako changes tho story Nilo aud tako tho Mahdists between it would be to tho effect that tho Nanawal Is to two fires and eventually complete- tho in the method of obtaining tho labor leavo on Wednesday next That rumor TOO MUCH STEAM absolutely necessary to tho prosperity rcconquest of tho Soudan as also tho other is without any foun re- Â¬ of the sugar industry of tho islands Sawmill Holler Kzplotles Sculdlug- - and dation whatever About two months In August last Baron Dlianls was r ported to havo arrived at Ladd north This was thoy claim tho origin of tho would bo hence another Wounding Several Men system of immiso called voluntary of thoterritory of tho Congo Frco Stato Fostouia O Juno 20 Steam got hero and tho Nanawal is likely to leavo on tho White Nile and some 325 miles gration to Hawaii beforo then Tho development of this situation led too high iu tho boiler of Hatfield north of tho Victoria Nyauza It was Japaneso Minister Sliiinama denies a then understood that tho Dhanls expe- to the framing by the Japaneso govern- Sons sawmill live miles west of hero story to tho effect that Japan has withdition wonld push ou northward iu tho ment of its emigration law This law at 8 oclock yesterday morning causing drawn his rcqnest from tlio Hawaiian is very strict iu prohibiting tho exportadirtclon of Khartoum it to expli e Ephraitn Mills mana government for an explanation of tho tion of Japanese labor except where emEarly in December last it was reportger Seymour Mills engineer and John reasons for ejecting tho Japaneso immi- Â¬ ed that tho expedition had met with ployment is assured aud it is claimed Hostler were hurt Ephralm was struck grants disaster and that Baron Dhauis had that under its provisions it would be in tho sido by heavy timber breaking Thero has been no corrospondeneo been killed Later it was authorita- impossible to flood the Hawaiian islauds two ribs aud causing Internal Injuries between this legation and the m in t as has been asserted to bo the Japanese tively stated that there was no cronud said of foreign affairs sinco Juno for tho report aud that when last heard purpose without tho couulvauco of tho Hostler was upstairs Tho floor was tho minister At that time I adThis thoy hold takei froui under him throwing him dressed a letter to tho minister of for the- - baron was at Japaneso authorities from in September Stanley Falls 000 miles from the near Â¬ could ndt be secured iu view of tho pol on a pile of debris breaking two ribs eign affairs aud as yet though it socms ioy of Japan against tho exportation of aud causiuit internal injuries Both are a very long time I havo received no reest dervish forces coolie labor aud iu viow of tho repeated in a serious condition Tho engineer ply Baron Dlianls was born iu London March 1802 of a Belgian father aud a denials of Japan of any designs upou was scalded from neck to waist very Be Â¬ Tho position is this ho said badly mothor of English extraction Ho was Hawaii foro tho steamer having tho imm grants They assert that Hawaii took no Tho boiler room was demolished aud on board loft Honolulu I mudo a educated in Scotland and in Belgium aud entered tho military school at Brus steps to restrict immigration from Ja- nothing is left to show whero tho boiler formal protest to tho minister of foreign pan uutil last February wheh a sudden stood The boiler was lifted and carried affairs His answer was incomplete sels in 1882 and surprising demand was mado upon at least 40 feet taking the floor of the and unsatisfactory In due timo I re MINISTER TO PERU Japan to this end This they claim second story with it stopping at the ceived instructions from my govern Â¬ no end of tho building Tho head went ment and sent a request to tho miuister is ovidonco sufllciout that there was A California Man Selected as a Iersonal flooding of the Island They regarded the other way striking n house 400 feet of foreign affairs for the reason for the Appointment Â¬ Tho Washington Juno 20 Tho president this demand from tho island govern- away than SO mill has been aoperated expulsion of the Japan laborers Tho and coucluded that moro years without serious Hawaiian government sent me an an following nominations to ment as capricious purpose oi lncreas- - accident has sont the was mauo lor tno it swer wliich I considered vague and in Â¬ tho sonato ing tho agitation in the intorest of an- Â¬ definite On Juno 4 I wroto again and NEED QF A REFORMSCHOOL Irving Bj Dudioy of California to be nexation and to furnish a pretext for my lotter has remained onvoy extraordinary aud miuister plen speedy action in that direction To tho No IUce In Kentucky to Scud Youthful for two weeks I am daily cxpectiug a unanswered same cud they consider the cry of dan- ipotentiary to Peru Lawbreakers communication to arrivo Japa account Frank Dillingham of California to be ger from Hawaii toonhavo been ofraised Y Shlkawa editor of tho Toklo Chno Ashland Ky Juno 20 Tho grocery nese aggression consul at Auckland N Z Company was Shlmbuu who camo hero ou tho Japa Â¬ of O L McDanlol Captain Goorgo O Itemy to bo a com- They hoot tho idea that this fear had broken into tho other night aud 14 neso cruiser Nanawal to investigate tho any foundation in fact aud say that tho modore trnnblo arisinir from Janancse inimiirra Commander W Whiting to bo a cap- j danger existed only iu tho minds of tho taken from tho money drawer Tracks tion started for home on tho 16th inst of annexation tho door Ho of small feet wcro found over zealous advocates tain carried with him a proposition from I They assert that Japan has freely ex Â¬ and tho thoft traced to Jimmio Oslug Llonteuaut Commander Frederick M for a traus Paclflo ca plained ovcry step taken iu this con- - ton a colorod boy who acknowledged Colonel Spalding Symouds to bo a commander ble whloh he boliovcs capitalists of his troversy with Hawaii to tho United having committed tho crime Mr Dudioy who was appointed miu country will not be slow to tako hold of States aud thoy hold that tho fact that ister to Pern was a personal appoint This is tho same boy who was sent to at no very dl taut date explanation has been mado suoh ment of tho president Ho was uoither Bnt how bout the rlso ot your In the poniteutiary at Frankfort last endorsed nor approved by tho California should bo accepted as proof positivo wiutor for breaking a 100 plateglass to vestigation iu tho immigratiou tanglo that Japan has no ulterior designs upou delegation steal 60 couts Governor Bradley im- was asked roplled Mr Shl Tho California mou fear that tho tho islaudsof this explanation on their mediately pardoned him To speak fraukly Iu view may prevent solootion of Mr Dudley I havo found that matter was The sufferers from his numerous kawa Captaiu W M part to tho United States they complain depredations havo auything but com- not worth my timo aud attontion I the uppolutmeut of of tho announcement Morry as minister to Nicaragua which of tho suddenness treaty of that tho difference be annexation plimentary remarks for his turnluu am convinced and Japau will bo settled of the Hawaiian is being strongly urged tween Hawal Such cases em looso ou the publio Mr Dudioy was a member of tho and say that the treaty was consumated phaslzo tho need ot a reform school In in a most amcable manner Tho whole stato central commltteo last year but when they had reason from olllcial as this stato affair has been very much exaggerated previous to that timo had not taken au surances for beliovlug that no hasty Instead of stirring up moro strife I Wases Deduced action in that direction was contemactivo interest in politics think my timo can bo spent to better plated O JuHO 20 NoticOS SrEUBENVILLK working out this cabio I SAVED BY LIFESAVERS They consider that many subjects of wero posted last evening in tho furnace advantago nbringing tho two couutrioa sehemo and Kscapo Drown Â¬ Japan are entitled to damages on ao Mingo Junction Irou Into closer trndo relations Three Ohio Men Narrowly summary refusal to department at tho I count of Hawaiis ing at Louisville Hon Harold M Sowall mado a formal that after July 1 the permit thorn to land and that thoy aro and Steel companybo Louisville Juno 20 Three promt doprived of their remedy by tho con- wages paid would what they wcro in call on Prcsaleut Dole at tho oxocutive 1804 which is tho prico paid iu this building ou tho 7th and presented his neut citizens of Toledo O had a narÂ¬ summation pf tho treaty On this ac row escapo from drowning yesterday count they aro inclined to regard the district Notices wero posted in the credentials as envoy extraordinary and from tho minister plenipotentiary other departments to the samo effect afternoon They had just arrived iu action as unjust and arbitrary accompanied by They also hold that Janan has rlKhts and it moans a reduction of about 15 United States Ho was Mills A recepthis city from Cincinnati on tho naph Â¬ Chargo d Affaires Ellis tha launch Rcstloss ou their way to tho under treaties with Hawaii other than per cent tion was tendered tho minister on tho those detailed including reciprocal im DracsTd For Several Miles great- lakos When they got to the ca 16th It took place ou board ot tho not munities which they fear LtnoNiKit Ind Juno 25 Mrs Jacob Philadelphia aud was well attended nal iustoad of going through thoy renewed if Hawaii becomesmay pari be of HoITcr aud child of Cromwell were seri a tteered tho boat straight for tho falls in Â¬ tho United States Tho prcsout pur- Admiral Bcardsleo said that he had injured in a runa- received instructions from tho secretary tending to go over them ovidontly not poso thoy hold appears to bo to tenni- - ously if not fatally kuowing tho risk they wero running of the uavy by ttio last steamer con Â¬ nuto these-- rights without privilcgo of way accident Tho horso became fright cerning Tho boat was caught iu tho Kentucky be made on tho appeal aud against this proceeding they ened at a bloyolo and throw them to tho Marion tho repairs to anothor survey ohuto and was rapidly being carried to protest Tiiey hold that while Japan ground They becamo entangled in tho made and She will havo Â¬ destruction when tho mou ou tho look will bo repaired to a certain any author- - buggy and were draggod soveral miles has no nurposo of out at tho lifosavcrs station saw them ity in Hawaii tho asserting government beforo the horso could bo stopped aud extent in Honolulu After this has Japanese and gavo the alarm I nnd bleeding bodies recov been douo tho vessel will bo sent to in tho in- - the Captain Devau scut a skiff to their has the right to remonstrate to demand arm bruised Maro Island or somo other naval station caught just us torest of her citizens and respooted rcscuo aud thoy wcro for a general overhauling Tho admiral A lltl ratally Uurned prow of tho lauuch was going over that her legitimate rights be quo aa tho aid that everything ScoTTsnuKOtlud Juno 25 Report regards tho change of is in statu States llfesavers towed thorn to ADJOURN MINERS the falls Tho the United reached here that Miss Claudo Pass- - cruisers in tho Honolulu port The tho shore whero they tied up for the Urn daughter of Ilaltlmoro will rollovQ tho Philadelphia water the night Thoy gave their names as Gus Some or Them WeuWil to Strike ant Action Was Taken NVobcr Perry Lawrence aud Bert Wil Jethro Pass water was perhaps fatally lu this port aa sqon ae sue nas iter re GoLUWHUfl O Juno 28 Tho exoouson Tho party procooded ou their way burned at her homo near Lexington pairs completed oh Mare Wiawd tive committee of tho United Mine this county Tho girl was washing la tho proiitJalfMbJsjuarjiliur Unite Stated Cottsal General Mills Workers of Amcrioa adjourned without clothes in tho yard and while remov will leave or Washington aa soon as Child Drigjeil to Death arrives Mark taking definite action The taombors ing them from akettle her dreee caught kit swxwor William Nuw HoiK O Jane 25 wklek will probably be within the next son of Andrew of the committee are suable to agree ok fire llcckin the Mr Mll U not fully do Lav mJm1smm whllo driving a cow tied a the proposition to order a geaeral IleekiH ttstsisiMd upon kia faiuK plans Ho Smxripan Ind At Jane 8 rope which was attached to the cows strike HoprcseMtativci of souse of tke return to Hessoiolu and eugage iu Mi lmvr horns aroauH bis body The animal districts are ready for a Mrike but oclock yesterday evealag OalvUt Lo Uraetioa 19 years eld akot hti witadyMtv etarfed to ran dragging tho boy along others are MiuUter Cooper has not yet ape Ike ulke for about a kail mile He was operators have told tke mut- Â¬ tamed the weap- o- pou Msaaeaf feotk est a acoeeaor to tna law irranir Tke Ohio terribly tuauglad and broisad about the er that tke price mast either pg mp to will probably die Mm Lore vast asnrau uuta aecrotarr of tke lUwallaa body beaitlee sustaining a broken arm fOrtuUiu the Pittsburg district or yean hor koabande aeaior bad W N Ammtr and bsing badly oat ou ike head Hi come dowu to 45 oeots per too let Ohio been married before and Lor wm Joal at Wasniuutou now at the capital will It ta amid recovery ta Uapoattble a tkoroiukoauvaai of tke aita- - Qua of her former buabatict Ifi after Mr be asUucted THEIR nis REPRESENTATIVE COOKE DEAD Matadjr Presumably Heart Discus POWDER Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HAWAIANJ0SS1P Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ man-of-wa- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -ard huting te THK Breckenridge as D BHLaOKJESLJKHjLjDOI BRANDENBURG News tad rroptlilti 1897 PftiMBf L HARDINSBURG H 4 Tt Oi Balltgs Editors k W TIME TABLE WEDNE8DAY JUNE 30 SIX PAGES Mr McKlnloy Cuba shall be free has said bo and that Bottles it that ho lias deserted the free silver cairn Mayob CKOMDAUOir of Hopklusvlllo is still hot after the Second Distrirt col lectorahlp Nice clean cornfields how delightful Breckenridge thoy are to look upon county is full of them It Is said of Doles of Iowa town Monday Miss Nora Henderson is visiting Mrs Amon Kincheloo Judge Milton Board has been on the sick list several days Mrs George Hayes of Henderson is is starved blood It shows itself in pale cheeks white lips weak soma tut Mls Agnes Malln canto up from digestion no appetite exhaus- Â¬ PtiMDKtr Dally rr Htdlnibarilli55 pm Owensboro last Sunday tion lack of nerve force soft Mr W 1 Ashcroft loft Momby fur Fresh pure drugs at Witts muscles and chief of all weak tho Nashville Centennial Kentucky Photo Company coming Beall Grlnnell spent Saturday with muscles Your doctor calls it Take your rouutry produce to Witts Ora Woolfolk Meade Springs Anaemia He will tell you that Mrs Anion Kinchuloe has relumed Geo Fry mire went down to his old the weakening weather of sum- Â¬ from Webster home near Unbn Star Sunday Frof J II Login Cloverporf was in MIssJen Hardin will entertain Tues mer often brings it on tr Daily Mr Boma hit Mrs E Bondurant and children are visiting in Louisville MlfB Add Noafu of IxhiIsvIIIo G Young Poor UiVAfiFORT A Blood A LONG FELT WANT SUPPLIED WEWS A MONEY SAVER IS llardlmburt 7i3T im iting Mrs P Is vis Â¬ A MONEY MAKER ROGERS BUNCHER AND SEED SAVER Â¬ here vslting relatives Now the speculators want to make a Patent medicines of all kinds and at corner on the wheat If the farmers will bottom prices at Witts act wife thoy will not let their wheat go Miss Alice Mattlngly was visiting Miss for nothing Lulu Vessels last week The Kentucky Photo Company will be Times are getting better wo feel it and in Hardinsburg about July 10 the country feels it and the only thing Photos at 75c por dozen or Goc for one to do now is to go out and meet them half dozen by the Kentucky Photo Com- Â¬ and hid them welcome pany I am still repairing watches clocks seems that there is about to be a party formed in Garrard csunty jewelry silverware and spectacles T tew Ky called the Free Turnpike party 0 Lewis The wind storm last week demolish Â¬ Thoy have called a convention to nomi ed one of the shade trees in the court nato a candidate bouBO yard Mrs Salllo Miller and her daughter Fabmers are not talking politics but giving their attention to tobacco wheat Ruth will visit relatives in Owensboro I corn and things about the farm They this week are deeply interested in farm work and Miss Mittie Breeding who has been the how of doing it visiting at LeitchQeld returned home last week Ciiables A Dakna editor of the Now Quite a number of young people atYork Sun is reported as being critically tended- Childrens Day at Stophensport ill Mr Dana is one of the greatest last Suntlav newspaper men in this country and has ACharles Hawkins and Miss Zula John- Â¬ been so recognized for many years ston were married at the courthouse ono day last week Gov Bradley seems to be having a Misses Evil Herndon and Ellen tough time with the administration at McGhee were guests of Miss Eva Hens He is quite sensible of Washington the fact that he doesnt get the recogni- Â¬ ley lost week Mrs O M Simpson of Barbourville tion due a Republican Governor of a was here last week visiting RevS F great State Kelleys family B F Beard In a general way there is an improve- Â¬ Co purchased ft 500 ment in basinets This must be appar- Â¬ hearse last week This will be the first ent to any unprejudiced thinking mind ono the town has over had It is not from what the cause is or from 3loyd Mattlngly was brought here one what source the thing comes but it is day last week from Glendeane tried for for us to be honest about it lunacy and sent to the asylum Mr and Mrs Elisha Meador had their Our Washington correspondent gives baby Samuel Breeding baptizjd out at an outline of the Presidents policy in Ephesus meeting last Sunday evening regatd to Cuba It is conservative and My shop is well equipped for all ought to meet the approval of all who want the right thing done in the settle- Â¬ repairs of time keeping machinery Every thing done first class Como see ment of a very complicated affair me T C Lewis Johnson Stiles came over from Steph There are now on file it is said at the White House and the leading depart- Â¬ ensport one day last week and qualified ments 10510c written applications for as administrator of the estate of Beayin cfllce and that they are still coming in Tucker deceased at the rate of GOO a day What a mania Fraizer Horaloy was in town last week we Americans have for cfllce It is sad the first time for several months Ho to contemplate has been ill with heart trouble and has not been able to be out for three months Herb are our congratulations to our There Is strong talk of building a new old friend Bob Kobertson who is bor Â¬ flouring mill at Kirk We understand CO is a dering on the shady side of It the stock necessary to build it has all boy a handsome fine looking youngster been taken This will give that little born on the evening of June 2J A boy town a fresh boom baby is the grandest addition ever made Frank Haswell thinks of moving to to a household Cloverport and going into the saddlery The more we travel over Breckenridge business He and his father wero down county the more in love we are with it there one day last week and were very and the prouder are we that she Is our much pleased with the outlook native county Grand old Breckenridge Tho town of Irvington lias not only the best county of them all Her flow- Â¬ been Incorporated but the County court ers are the sweetest her women the pret recently made an order establishing a tieit and best and her men the grandest voting place there This makes It very Who would not live in old Breckenridge convenient for those people who hereto- Â¬ fore had to co to Webster to vote Mr Enoch Norton and Miss Eflie The Republican candidates are getting a move on them They never miss a daughter of Marcus Kincbeioo were public gathering of any sort All of them united in marring- at the brides resi Â¬ are making it a point now to gat out and dence near this place Monday June 22 hustle All of this taking place so long Rev Sneed officiating The wedding before the November election is a pretty was a quiet affair only a few special good sign that things are not so encour- Â¬ friends of the contracting parties being aging for them as they would libo for present The bride was the recipient of many handsome and valuable presents them to be There aro several good crops of wheat Wherever they can do it the Repub Â¬ on tho Darretts creek hills this year licans always make a fusion with the When these farmers give more of their Sound Money Democrats It they cant attention to raising grain and stock they capture the offices alone they are always will find that they can succeed better ready to make a deal Yet they aro For the last fifty years they haye thought always ready to condemn the Democrats they couldnt farm without raising to- Â¬ for the very thing they have been prac- Â¬ bacco what a mistake We are glad The Republican pie they aro giving more attention to grain ticing for years huntuB will bear watching than heretofore Rev Galloway pastor of the Metho- Â¬ My wikk is eminently correct and dist church at McDjnlels was here Mon the proper words to use and we are glad day and presented a petition to the our Brandenburg correspondent has call- Â¬ County court asking for a voto on the ed our attention to them There are local option question In that district lots of men in this world who would give Mr Galloway feels sure that It will carall they posess and more too just to ry as they havent had any whisky there have the pleasure of saying my wife for many years The vote will be taken A good wife la worth moro than on the 18th of Soptember once all the gold anl sliver In this world If Col Allen was alive now he could se in distance that which ho most de- Â¬ Mu O W Buinhfori is mentioned as sired durirg the latter years of his life a probable candidate for Congress in the a big fish pond built at the Cool spring Second District Mr Bransford is just He talked of this for many years but to never get the kind of material that we want in couldHe believed any oneone take hold of it It to be of the finest Congress He is a thorough business places for a fiih pond around here succiEsful in his own private af-Â¬ which it nndoubtedly is nan Mr Beard fairs honest consclentous conservative has spent considerable money t make it so but we bellevo it will prove a sucand is thoroughly In touch with the peo Â¬ Kws doesnt know of any cess and the property made very valua- Â¬ ple The tatter Congrtrslonal timber lu the State ble We would liko to see the House made Twenty llvo years ago Clifton Mills was one of the best business points In up of just such men this ounty That however was before tlie days ol railroads ana roller flouring W 8 Sterrett Sai No Opposition mills here There was a large crowd Irora the Hancock Clarion gathered In there last Friday at a sale and smo of the old residents said it W 8 Sterrett Republican candidate Horses for the State Senate from this district looked much liko old times were returned Wednesday from Breckenridgi close hitched pretty thick In tho shadeÂ¬ by aud the old water mill was hum county Mr Sterrett has no opposition for the nomination and has the united ming away running out its few turns of Quite dltlerent was it twenty party In all three of the counties pledged corn mill made the flour to him He is said to be exceptionally years ago when this country The roller strong with hie party In Breckenridge for all this section of county Mr Sterrett h peculiarly situa Â¬ procfss was then unknown to our peo the disÂ¬ ple ahd very glad were they to get the J ted regarding relatlosebip o UUW KTBUU WBUO Bl UllUOn BDU trict to a hustler of well known aWllty a tobacco warehouse were runA WWW like Â¬ there probably nike a etreyer a4 wMhl sjf wise on a large scale and many thous Â¬ jwmdijcu raee tMH dollars pas ed tm doee iwt agreeImwith him pollUeal a and ofThese buildingshands la this bast still remala but was represented by if wo are to ir KepiUhMU liV Mm hi aim tu do tt aa well thaf M not bear the Importance that kif ptm did Hi y ttt IhvMV It day night for Miss Charlotto Herndon French will hold forth tonight on his boat at tho river a good variety program Mrs Cave from Hardin county is vir iting her daughter Mrs John Ashcralt Miei Mnydee Iueey has returned fioin n delightful visit to Louisville nnd Now Albiny Mr W II Gou ih has been quite sick for several days Mrs Gough is chilling but is better Mr and Mis Tt mpo SimmonB bao returned from Henry county Frankfort High Bridge Mr Netlleroth of Louisville spent several days last week with Dr I C Pusoys family Mr W D Ashcraft and Miss Lula Lewis attended the ice cream supper and lawn feto at Guston Miss Addle G Ditto is visiting her brothers She Is looking well and is the same jolly Addle cordial and at homo Dr Snyder of Louisville was tho guest last Friday of one of Brandenburgs very sweetest loveliest girls I do know too All aboard for the picnic at Sulphur Well Doe Run next Saturday a beauti- Â¬ ful shady spot good music and plenty to eat Miss Belle Falrleigh and Mrs Smith of Ellzibetlitown havo arrived to visit Mrs O 0 Fairleigh nnd Mrs Jnmcs Lowis Miss Nannie Brashear of West Point is the guest of Miss Eleanor B Hendrick for whom sho entertained quito hand- Â¬ Scotts Emulsion with Hypo phosphites will make poor blood rich It is a food for over taxed and weak digestion so prepared that it can easily be taken in summer when Cod liver Oil or even ordinary foods might repel of Cod liver Oil SCOTT BOWNE New York J For eale at joo and fioo by alt druggist WILL DO IT IIISlx rii attachment for innulrg iiihiIiIihb that can be nttarbid to nnv ntoncr in n few mirttit ft It costs Hhoiit mu fourth us ninth as Hli jio rake nnd wills vi rv litllo to thn dinfl of tlm mowir It will lunch any nl ort g ass or grain that is ih sired to Im left In bunchiH or wind rons It is Hindu ptjti -- Every well stocked farm should have ono It will more than pay for itself In tho bunching of five acres of We are also headquarters for McCormlck Binders and Mower and can got you any repair you want Hay Rakes Sprirg wngins Bugglce and in fact anv tool or implement needed on the farm It will payyon to invesligite our prices before buying elsewhere Choice Mammoth Pearl Seed Potatoes Be quick 10000 pounds of Binder Twine very low and it wlulo It lass last a lifetime clover gt ADDISON DICK Adbison Ky somely Mrs 0 G Moreman ontertained the middle set of young people Friday night in honor of Mimes Bertha Stokes and Lurena Jones Preston Grlnnell and Joe Hendrick went to Garrett last Sunday to sco the game of base ball and were the guests of Client and Myrtle Crutcher Misses Mattie and Mabel Shacklett Dr will visit the Nashville Ceutennial Henry Shacklett will be at home Friday from Leavenworth Ind to spend a few days Mrs Milton Rold and Mrs 0 GMoro men entertained a number of guests from New Albany and L iuisvIllo last Thursday who came down Ati tho ex- Â¬ cursion Lot us hope that vo of this the great- Â¬ est nation on earth may celebrate over General Prosperity next fall as jubi- Â¬ lantly as tho old country over the Queens Jubilee Canning Dew errlosl Dewberries preserving and jellying If I am ever a Legislator or a Congressman I know what bills Ill put through or try Bro Phillip Jenkins delivered such an excellent sermon lutt Sunday morning The Righteous and the Unrighteous It called for much self examination re- Â¬ flection and retrospection Let people talk Dont worry I tell you we are of no importanco whatever unless some arrows are aimed at us Only be such a character as to let them go clear over our heads refly and fall on those that send them - I have a long interesting letter from Miss Lula Crutcher who is nt the Conser-Â¬ orId vatory of Music Cincinnati and where she Is doing fino work Lula always was Woman is opposing woman up in Jef- Â¬ a bright pupil and has the moBt musical ferson In the race for School Superinten- Â¬ touch I ever heard She will be at homo dent on the Democratic and Republican soon tickets In anothor Kentucky county a John Fox Jr and James Lane Allen woman beat two good mon for the same are just now giving special prominence office Tho South is gradually convales- Â¬ to our own dear State and tho right kind cing from the spasm she had when her of prominence Both men and their daughters first stepped Into the busy works are full of poetry though of a difÂ¬ working arena Now thoy havo crossed ferent nature and they are both deserv over Into tho political fluid and aro Â¬ Mrs Potior Palmer is tho avolrdupos queenly woman and will bo tho hcroino of Nowport Sister Fato nnd Mits Daisy Mclntyro aro back from Hanesville but I have not seen them for report I am indebt- Â¬ ed to Bro Pate for a most excellent musical journal with poetry and clmrte The Ood homo literature besides Would onr tho true tho beautiful world had nothing elsi The Medical Association last Thursday had a full nttendanco Tho lectures were nil pronounced edifying nnd highly in- Â¬ structive Dr Hamilton wants our own physicians to bo equipped to perform surgical operations So do I I want to Drs bo independent of outside help Pussy Wells Shacklett Ekronj Will Strother Big Spring all made talks on progress and science Move on I To tho front We can do it Tho Musical Convention in its recent coming together In New York tosk some steps towards bringing women forward as composers It is a noticeable fact that so far tho fair sex bos done nothing creative in composition worthy cf note It dot s seem that women should be artists enough to give to the world a Lullaby that would reach the lunrt Let us hope a new era Is dawning for woman In the musical world I uover have any particular penchant for a Russian but just now I am struck on the last one of noto who was in these United States because ho gave vent to Why do you Ameri Â¬ this expression cans speak of your wives as Mrs A or Mrs B In my country we only aliudo thus to our partners if wo aro not on friendly terms Wo all say My Wife A lesson to the Good for tho Russian American I Let a man say my wife every time nhvoyp t hen lie speaks of his other self Thero is a law firm over in Shelbyvilie lnd doing a lively business in tbo mat- Â¬ rimonial line A wealthy young fanner has just secured through them a partner while a rich widow who heard of it ap Â¬ plied and was also successful in securing a poor but good looking companion It is legal I suppose for the firm a legit- Â¬ imate occupation perhaps but whonevor hearts are bartered and sold whonevor affection and responsive love aro Ignored in an alliance just so sure will divorces continue and marriage be a failure Wiionever a woman gives up sentiment for a home for possessions for a name just so lorg will misery reign in the Â¬ 1 edly popular Oar young friend Stuart R Young got there on tho well known here Democratic ticket for City Treasurer of Louisville My cousin Geo Alexander made It forSenator In his district George has done some good work for his party and desorved recognition Mrs R II Brashear and children of Owensboro ore with her parents Mr and Mrs E Wimp for her usual sum Â¬ mer visit Wo are always glad to wel- Â¬ come Miss Alice she holds a warm place in many of our hearts Sho understands Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w im ht keeping young and handsome Senator Walcott might as well sail for home till after that tariff has passed The currency questson Is uo go till the Commissioners aro satisfied how tho tariff wid affect their country across tho big pond Our commissioners cannot accomplish much till the btll la out of the way It is always with a feeling of sadness I see a great colossal intellect die Editor Charles A Dana of the New York uu For half a cen- Â¬ Js reported critically ill tury he has given to the world moro widely quoted editorials than any writer In the country and his loss will be great to the public We are glad to see Mr Ohnrlio Bryants spirit of enterprise Ho Is haviug the room next to Nevltt A Gougli nicely fix ed for the postcfllce department He will havo now boxes and about a dozen lock boxes a great convenience to busi Â¬ ness men Mr Bryant appreciates his appointment Newport society lias decided that the only drawback to Mrs Groyer Clove lands high social peeltloa la that abea too etottt Km Calvin S Brice failed to bare aueolate qannihlp because of Â¬ shoulder to shoulder with tho lords If they aro compelled to be wage earners and bread winners all right bid them God speed but if thero is a good strong arm upon which they can lean if thero is a homo nest to shelter and loved ones to cherish let them reign as home queens Mifsea Jen Hardin Charlotto Herndon and I took the excursion to Leavenworth last Thursday with the Trinity Chapel congregation from New Albany A brass band strlrg baud and one of four horns a piano the music was richly worth a quarter nice refreshments but my I the children the inevitable small boy tho proverbial musical baby but we had a fine time and wo are ready for another Ono thing always Impresses me uow In a large crond vz The number of young people aud children that wear glasses Oasuiux -- Avitt It Is astonishing Wo never saw such a thing thirty or forty years ago Don t4Mi at tht brldti home ou Sun- you reckon It Is a fad It Is quite fash- morning June 13th at 10 oclock ionable to havo onos eyes tested ratlur Mr Henry Uaibmm and Miss Llllle And gold Avitt two of our moat popular young aristocratic dont you know rimmed eyo glasses with a Btylish chain people were made one by Rev Wm to fasten in your hair is Ohicl English The attendants were Mlsies EUen McGshee aud Nettle Cashman arfd Meisrs M E Avitt and R F STEPHENSPORT TfJornsberry Tho bride was beatifully arrayed In Remember the Kentucky Photo Com- Â¬ white dress with trimmings of rich silk pany will only be hero until July 8 lace and ribbon and looked her awoetist Dont forget tho dales of tho Kentucky The groom the conventional black look Photo Company ed bis best After receiving congratula Â¬ tions from their friends they loft Im PEWLEYVILLE mediately for the grooms home where an elegant dinner awaited them The i dinning room wae beautifully draped In Weather very pleasant curtains and the table was well waited MIbs Ada Drury is at horns ngCift with food X dinner was alvoa thm Singing close met Saturday afternoon the day at the brides home which Fveryboly harv sting Wheat llghf will be WHwwWdl by all who had the but good graas pleaewe of partaking of the delieioua The WoflMna Mlatlonary 8 ctety met food Tfae bride la an aoootnpUabed and 1 Wednesday p m June 23d Mr 7i T Stith and family attended church at Hill Grove Sunday We 1 avo in our vicinity the nicest cleanest cornfields in all tho land Lewis and Edwin Jolly of Irvltfgtun There aro no strings to the guarantees we give you We wero guests of their grandparents all of plainly tell you what to expect from evory purchase last week nnd shift all the responsibility from your shouldors to Mr Georgo Cash visited his relatives ours We glye yon the fullest measure of protection at this place several days leaving Tues Â¬ nnd satisfy our customers In every instance regardless day June 22d of monoy loss Wo want you to look up to this as tho Roy Cain is now rusticating on his fathers farm but occasionally finds a model grocery store and trade here with tho feeling that job In Bewleyville youre running no risk This is a store with n post a Misses Mary Blanford and Florence post that will bear the keenest scrutiny Cain attended the meeting of the Irving ton B V R 0 Friday p m Dr Ben Walker and family of Gar nottsville visited his brother of this placo a day or two last week Ky Sunday services June 27 wore Sunday rvl ua uAKJTSiTTQJiMraoctCKMmatS School and Class meeting in the morniyn jtj LiLUL-i-yajTJLruiu- ir ing and Bible Reading by tbo League in the afternoon only daughter of J II Avitt The Dr Ainburgy dentist who has been groom the son of Len Cashman in our town for two weeks found plenty May their lives be one long ray of to do In his line nnd seemed to do It woll sunshine and may their pathway be Ho left Sunday strewn with the fairest fhwers is the Mrs John Frakee from Brandenburg wish of a friend Something You are always need Â¬ who attended tho convention June 10 ing and something that will bo remained several days the guest of her JOLLY STATION Satisfactory in Quality Quantity d brother 0 II Drury and price In the way of The Epworth League will hold a Liter Â¬ There are several cases of flux in the ary meeting Saturday night They have neighborhood arranged to have The Young Peoples Mrs John Murphy visited Mrs Cliff Goods Republic by the same persons who Duncan ono day last week took part Childrens Day James Lyons is around helping the In lees than six years three brothers ladies put up screon doors aud threo sstors of T J Jolly havo gone Farmers aro cutting their wheat which Â¬ on to a better life Of a family of thirteen children only throe now remain is very fine in this neighborhood Mr and Mrs Frank Lyons wore the Three of thoao lately deceased ate their guests of Mr and Mrs Nelson Jolly last regular meals a few hours beforo death in all lines In order to keep our goods moving during the dull I am teal sorry I did not get to have a Friday Tho moonlight picnic at Kirk managed summer months We are look- Â¬ say in the Nkws last week about the ing closely after our Sunday School Convention held at by Joe Frank and Jeff Seaton came off this placo tho lGth of June Wish to re Â¬ very nice spond to the nice reports from others by We aro having a good Sunday school saying that a nicer better looking class atcorinth with Mr Granville Wilson of visitors was never seen before Their as superintendent and Livery Business nnd offer easy pleasant appearance made us feel Mrs James Lyons and Mrs Eliza you the best service for your at once a joy in their presence and we Hendricks visited Mrs Sam Baker at money Dont forget us when will long remember and be bonofltted by Patesville last week you need GROCERIES the convention Truly this Is amovojUhere Is going to bo a flour mill m uio rigut mrecuon iiiose TO 6rected at Krk whcU wm be a t opgaged in Sunday School work build th ing for this neighborhood IRVINGTON KY for eternity The Ignorance of the Bi The wife of Mr Nelson Jolly Jr Is Farmers bring in your Produce ble in this Christian land is surprisi very low at tins writing TLeir little will pay Louisville quotations and dense and it behooves all to be up babe was buried on Tuesday the 22ad and doing The anti sweat club of Jollys Station Card Goldin Rod has disbanded for a time on account of We de Ire 1o Inform the public that wo are buyer ol Â¬ not tellcru that we their president having to join the ed tobacco nnd 1 Major warehouseare not connect-ny LODIBURG with the T nor wlh sweaters in the harvest field but will other tobAcco war house in the city and never have been WI1 MAJOU JouUville Ky HAKUY ifAjqR Htnry Johnston Garfield was tLe reorganize later on We have another death to note this guest of Miss Bobble Hardin Sunday eek that of little Isabel Lvons the two Cloverport attended year oiu uaugnter oi Mr ana Mrs Will Gus Gibson Assignees Notice church at Walnut Grove Sunday Lyons who departed this life on tho 10th The underlined gives notice that he bat made of this month We sympathize with the application to the Ilrcrkenrldee County Court to Mrs Henry Koch and daughterAlma V bereaved parents Dear father and be diichargeH aa Aislznee of1S97 S Smart are expected here ntxt weok to visit mother grieye not for the little ono who 48This the 14th day ofC one Moorman Assignee W Miss Lnlie Nicholas of Gai field Is has gone God baa seen fit in his wisdom to take your baby away in all her purity visiting her sister Mrs J F Payne and Whttkey Habit and innocence to that better world cured at home with Â¬ Mies ClaraPayne Is at homo visiting where you hope to meet her by and by out pala J look of par tteniamnpnt VHKK her parents Mr and Mrs J A Payne I1MWOOILFY M 1 urn Office 104 N Pryer m iMMtitt W B Arnold of Meade county was To Curs Constipation Forever Take CascareU Candy Cathartic 10o or 2S the gutst of Miss Dee Basham Sunday If C C C all to cure drugglvts refund tnonoj- Sam and Paul nardln have delayed their visit hero until the middle Of July Tooling Firmer Sample taxes from tho Bingloy bill Our popular candidate for clerk will attend the picnic at Mooleyvllle the with comparisons showing tbo over Â¬ whelming foreign competition to which 1st tho farmer is subjoctcd and what proM E Avitt left Sunday to attend the tection tho ways and means commlttco Teachers Auoclatloa at Bowling Green regards as indlsponsabTo ANY OF THESE NAMED this week Imports to Exports trom Duty United State United States mother-in-laIt T Payne visited bis Mngloy btlL 1863 1884 ARTICLES SEE Barley OOo por ba 807084 tra Mrs Viola Brown at Nortons Valley 7S80SBl bu fin ao fjui in Corn ISo ncr bu ifftllin who Iiqalte 111 uau 150 pcrbu 47M8 bu 10012660 bu Youre Safe With Us Gregory Gibson Cloverport Â¬ Midsummer Bargains Shoes Hats Dry Notions and Furnishings Reduction in Price UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT G T Marshall K aPUM ta The Next Time Â¬ You Want Jj per bu 154 bu e68MQbu zso per bn2J10M0 bu oo6Hoeobu 1804 bbta HCK08M bbU ad vol per lb 62007 lbs 1878013 lbs Potatoce25aiibu 17820 ba ffiO0ttbu Total valuo of three exootj dnrtns Flour WW Ilye 10o Babbages Line ISo nutter on fetal value imports Republican thonscui year io iiaoaaoe lBgiua CrltloUm of Taxed Hides at Acuordiug to tho protcctivo theory tho Imposition of a tax on noucompoting articles adds to their cost to tho con Â¬ sumer This theory would be nptly ex emplified in tho proposed duties oh hides as tho peoplo would bo compelled to pay moro for their footwear It is es Â¬ timated that tbo increased cost of boots and shoes for ono year under tho pro Â¬ posed duty would amount fo 20000 000 With frco hides our manufacturers of leather goods have been able to build up a groat export trade in footwear Aa Mr BlalMe saMwbeu It waa proposed to a duty on hides In the law of 180 It will yield a pofit to the Imeeitcr only tho last aian that Md tt The interest of the tanaera and afco nianefaotareni are Tartly more bapwtaAt than the Interests of batoh ta au4 western rauobmen Obieaao Tiaaje Herald Bepublloaa SOAPSj ALL KINDS HAIR BRUSHES CLOTHES BRUSHES TOOTH BRUSHES CQMfeS Stationery Line WK AKI CAJtRYpta A pt Complete Line of Mm BABBAGE THJ BHRGKENRIDQEX IBRECKEN RIDGE WEDNESDAY NHS GLxOYHRPORT KY WINTEBSITIITHS Â¬ 3 DO YOU TRAVEL I I NEWS 1897 JUNK 80 A Btoriu Scene TliHiilKlit nJauol7 1807 w ill ivcr be roineuilmrud by me ns one of Ixtrcmo terror by reason of Hie frightful extra ordinary ami inaKtilflcent dlspiiy of electrical phenomena It was Indeed tny apparent mltfortune though n g and opportunity fur ulectrl cal and nlmtipplitirleal olsurvntloiis to be out doom on tliatnlgit sheltered not by walla of wood or brick or roofs of shinnies or tin I it1 curtained by broad sheets aud Wy flunrs of gleaming Ighlutng The dark ominous clouds loomed up from the horizon to the r tilth like sable mountains aud the forked tongues of lightning pierced their very bosoms and spread fiery shoets of liquid fUmes from one side of the heavens to the other which lghtedthe whole visible universe with eleams of light brighter than tho noonday sunbeams The furious winds liowled meet dis- Â¬ mally and talked to themselves on the Ssistant hill tops and the muttering thun der echoed hideous growls through tho misty rain as the tempest whirled It into spray through the Interminable quiver- Â¬ ing sea of fire At one moment a man beheld himself amid a perfect deluge of flame tho contour of the landscapes and every object around wero delineated very graphically in a light more glaring than that ever sbed by the mid day Assyrian sun nnd the next minute he was enveloped in a darkness more dense and gloomy than that of the Egyptian night left to listen to the threatening tempest above nnd to feel the chilling sensation inspired by the terror of the storm Amid such an absolute warring of tho elements commotion of nature and dis- Â¬ turbance of the world both visible and invisible in which the whole universe seemed on the very verge of dislntegrt tlon the most cnlous hearted infidelic and atheistic man undersuch extraordi Â¬ nary display of natural power would bo compelled to acknowledg i tho All wise power Whose omnipotent hand mles and super ruks tho universe Who rides upon the tempests a a chariot and holds the lghtning in His right hand and scoops up the waters of the mighty oceans in the bosoms of His tempests and rolls them upon the land in destructive floods and Who will at some future day come from His courts of light above as swift as the rays of the morning sun with innum ernblo hosts of shining angels to call tho dead of all generations to stand before Ills immaculatn throne on the day of Â¬ Â¬ i WL K K ri i a W final jiidginmit Milton Clahk 100 Reward 100 The ri nders of this paper will be pleas d to learn that there is at least one dread- Â¬ ed disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and Hint is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Ib taken internally acting directly on the blood and mucqus surfaces if the system thereby destroy Â¬ ing the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors havo so much faith in its curative powers Jf that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for lists of testimonials t AddressF J CUENEYCo S6rSold by Druggists 75c Toledo O Longfellows Day The Bay View Circle of Irvlngton birthday will celebrate Lorgollows Wednesday July 7 Following is the in- Â¬ teresting program Call toordir Uoll care llespond with quotations from i mnent men about Longfellow Music Psalm of Iie Mlts Henderson Kurly Ufir College Carter and I Ho as a Pro- Â¬ fessor Miss Jrcenwood Tiavels Abroad Miss Jolly Literary Career Mrs Millei Miss McGlothlan Home In Cralzle House Iovq for Chlldnn Mrs Wimp Mrs Waihen Ills Sorrows gnl Death Dont neglet chills Chills bring on HOW TO FIND OUT congestion congestion brings on death Arejoncolnir to take a trip Doyon saffsr front Pill a bnttln or common gWs with Heer lZvhrmatlniir Arrvnunr Hcnslch You can euro chills and becomo stout Why mit tireci IS all hy nraor llendnetie MKKTirol IMIAlA WW and bealty by uslifg Dr Dells Pepper- Â¬ urine and let It stand twenty four hours lllDthlhMilUhmtnilhatntAnHnnl rH llJHUMtNM of this Inhaler the irrntet I eeanlrlncM hy thti m nsedlmont or settling Indicates an unmint Chill Tonic Short llaynes PtlmnlNtit anil rrrrntallra known Woitdi rfnl an Anthma mm in UfrJ 8 healthy condition of IliokMnojs When curls will alaays n llUVfl TVr II alanil J oil irHllVIt IIirHlIIt WH1 kt siJ ft If IMIAIiit h ALL ILLS BACK Queer Things Absut Lawyers Â¬ urine stains linen It is evidence of kidlilt Plkll 10 frafa H4 far IUb Ml Umlb IVt ttBliaW IIKtUCU TIUI5St3 lailt tH DIABBTCS KIDHBTS Too frequent desire to ney trnuhe The lawyer who has tho most mills K BLADDER DROPST sometimes dresses UiMshabbliBt Phila urinate or pain iu the back Is nlso con- Â¬ GRAVEL URINARf vincing proof that the kidneys and blad Â¬ At the Law Office of CURECOHSTIPATIOH delphia Ki cord J OROAHS BTC ETC der are out of order ajJIIILiUlMUJIILJIILl 10 WHAT Til IIO ALL They are dandles Slid Thos lionets V G UAliBAGE DRUGGISTS There In comfort In the knowledge ro of tho Crocket TVxss Hnterprise while YEARS SUCCESS IN HARDINSBUUO ofton expressed that Dr Kelmcrs 35 writing about Dh Witts Little Knrly J ABSOLUTELY GOAMOTEEDM pie and booklet trtt AA KTKKMNfl KFMKDY CO Oilraro Uontrr l Can or Nit York Illsers the famous little pills for sick Swamp ltoot the great kidney remedy tit headacho and disorders of tho stomach fulfils cvory wish In relieving pain in tho You back kldnoys liver bladder and every and liver Short A Hayne part of the urinary passrgs It corrects U5l A Ddotl Jlortgage or any writ Heavy Duties on Linens ROMANCE VERSUS REALITY From tho Former Literary Centre inability to hold urine and scalding pain ton insrumout drawn Rent Tho following nro soma of the com It or bad eilecU following uso buy or sell a piece of land An easy going thorotghy amiable in passing ments of n muii well acquainted with wlnu or beer and overcomes Collodions mado and remlt linens nnd tho linen industry upon the wife is after all not such u sweet boon to of liquor that unpleasant necessity of being com- Â¬ senate doctored Diuglcy bill a literary man for she sugjests vtry lit- Â¬ uuuei prompt pelled to get up many times during the Tbo proposed duties on linen goods tle copy Boston Journal Copying done on tho Call night to urlnato Tho mill and the ex Â¬ under tho amended Dinlgoy bill aro graph the best type writer traordinary elTijctof Hivamp Ibot Issoon heavier than ever although it has been In the world Elizabeth N Y Oct II 1890 claimed that tho sounto bad reduced realz d It stands the highest for its Ely Duos Dear Sirs Please accept Thoso goods paid for many years rates my thanks for your fifvor In tho gift of a wondeifnl cures of the most distressing 35 por cent and yioldcd n steady rcvo es If you nerd mi diclne you should cases uue to tho government Tho rates now bottle of Cream lluliu Let mo say I havo tho best Sold by diupgists prico proposed vary from 50 to 109 per cent have used It for years and can thoroughly I Good Neat Printing You may aud tho burden falls heaviest on low recommend it for what It claims if fifty cents and one dollar have a sample bottle nnd pamphlet both and medium goods which arc chiefly directions are followed siL Is just as essential to feSSMWMSsMM5 Bent free by mail Mention tho IJreck used in tho homes of tho poorer people truly Yours A cheap tablecloth now helling at resuccess In business KNUirxiKiNKUH nnd send your address to Kov II W Hathaway tail at 25 cents per yard will havo to bo NY Dr Kilmer Co Dinghamton as your rating with No clergyman should he without it The proprietors of in thoWorld Fold at 11 cents to 40 cents if tho this paper gnaranteo Kor It yenrs this shoo by nirrlt nlonp hnsitlKtniicod nil competitor quality bo kept up Cream Balm is kept by all druggists the genuineness of this offer any of the mercant- Â¬ V I Doimlas U lr and S3UI rtiors ere Medium linen for childrens summer Full sze GOc Trial sizo 10 cent We the pnxliirtlnnn of sklllcfl workmen from the ile agencies Write txflt lilAtcrlil KwsHiln nt theso rlccn Also blouses will bo assessed 99 per cent mail it IO nml UU shoes for men 2m fM aud July 4th Lew Rates Via B 0 SW I7aforlMr TIJKSK SENATOnS TOSKU FOIt A OTiKAT IIIS and tho retail prico will bavo to go up us for prices and ELY BKOS50 Warren StN Y Cily W I Donnlas shoes nro Indorsed TOIUCAL PICTUItK accordingly ly orer lnUU wenrern as the liest Ry In style lit and durability of any samples All work Linen forms the rnw material for shoo ever offered at the prices What Hoods Sarsaparilla has dono Thoy aro nindo In all the latest many American industries as linings lhe IJ O S W lty Co will Bell guaranteed shapes ami styles and of every vari ety of leather for clothing and other purposes whero for others It will also do for you Hoods round trip tickets July 4 and 5 at one If dealer cannot supply you write for cata strength nnd durability aro required SirRaparilla cures all blood dueass logue to V L Douglas Brockton Mass Hold by faro between all stations on its own and Breckenridge News Such goods will bo advanced 20 to 80 principal connecting lines within a raSAMUEL SULZER Sr ClOTerport Ky per cent Consolatory dius of two hundred miles from selling It is claimed that this ndvauco is nec Â¬ llacon What do you mippopo is tho point good going on dato of ealo and re Â¬ essary for revenuo but tho effect will bo turning to and Including July Uli 1S tbnt tho peoplo will in many enses substi- Â¬ meaning of tills long rain ItATEG rhomostecntr llj located tute something cheaper and thus bo de- Â¬ Egbert Oh I think possibly it is out For further information call on agents avaevptROAY H0teiitucitu O S W Ky B prived of this useful fabric aud tho reve Â¬ of compliment to Queen Victorias nuo will bo correspondingly diminished Yonkers Statesman It is said that linen goods can bo mado Y P S 0 E Convention at San Fran Â¬ been tried again nnd here but this has Tkrkiiiib Acciuknt It Is n terrible cisco California nguin nnd oxcept in tho caso of a few low crashes has been n failure owing to accident to be burned or scalded but rates via It it O S W Uy to San tho olimnto and other difficulties but the pain and ngnny aud the frightful Francisco and all other points WtBt cveu if they could bo mado hero tho dlhfigureinuts can be quickly overcome all stations rates are unnecessarily oppressive Tho without leaving a scar by using Du Witts from Tickets on sale June 2Sth to July 3rd entire icost of weaving liuou goods in Witch Hrzol Salve Short A llaynes -- Inclusive f Europo is about 1i to 10 per cent tho -Lliti - fifrVS s -- KZ BUT TUKY WIIJKT KKOW IT WAS A liOKJiTGEN For further Information rail on sgonts Belling prico of tho nrticlo here and in 1 vr 51 J JOHNSON -- JinijAr Ambiguous CAME1IA OU I SY1LLE 1YY tes America tho cost should not bo at tho BitOS W Ky MLSBisaevMiMtMm imfmmmmamKmimmmmmmmmaKmmmm That oracle is a corker for obscurity very outsido moro than doublo this per- Â¬ Now Gnglaud is much concerned about frco hides Somo of her biggest centage so that oven if Republican Bald Diogenes I asked her II I would be industries especially that of boots nnd theories bo true n protection of 85 per immortal and sho answered Thou Vou never can get shall die cganes shoes hnvo been built up during onr cent should bo ample to allow for high quarter of n century of frco hides She er wages and extra profits for our man a woman to answer a plain question or ufacturers Rockport Works now soils hoots aud shoes in all parts of is possiblo speculators may start Harpers Bazar It tho world Taxed hides would cripplo Repairs Saws of All Kinds this and other industries Her lending mills on the strength of theso excessive Mr Isaac Horner proprietor of the senators pretend to represent her uud to rates sell tho stock and then step out Burton House Burton W Yu and one Particular attention given to put up n fight for free hides In reality leaving tho nufortunato laborer aud of the most widely known men in repairing large Circular Saws the manufacturer to faco tho difficulties of they will if necessary sacrifice frco B F BEARD President Hammering and Straightening a hides to obtain high duties on sug Â¬ tho situation ns best they can Tho la- state was cured of rheumatism after WILL MILLER Vice President I ar with plenty of margin for trust prof- Â¬ borer probably having been brought three yean of suflerlng Ho Bays Spdclalty M U BEARD Cashier why this is so should ho a hero from Europo for labor is on tho have not sufficient command of language its Jnst Every Saw tested by team freo list with unrcnsonablo expectato convey auy Idea of what I suffered matter for senatorial investigation if O W BEARD 1 beforo it leaves tho shop tions will bo left to join tho nrmy of my physicians told me such investigation would only investi- Â¬ -- Director that nothing MORRIS ESKRIDOE Why disappointment and discontent Every Saw warranted gate Fortunately for tho Sugar trust R M JOLLY theso exorbitantly high rates be could be done for me and ray friends Workmanship tho very best but nufortuuatcly for tho rest of us should were fully convinced nothing but Prices lower than any shop in 70000000 peoplo tho Sugar trust un assesscdou an articlo moro or less in death would relieve methatmy suflerlng INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS of derstands well tho nrt of making friends uso iu overy household in tho land and America Mark your name whero thoy will do tho most rood It tho cost 6f livliig so much increased in In June 1891 Mr Evans then falet on Saws and Bend a letter of tbeso days of keen competition and mnn for the Wheeling Drug Co recomhas nblo attorneys to ndviso it how to advice as to repairs wanted Â¬ S distribute its sweets to politicians and small profits Why should tho plain peo- mended Chamberains Pain Balm At lawmakers aud at tho saino timo to plo bo taxed to put moro mouoy in tho this time my foot and limb was swollen THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS pockots of tho rich If tho wealthy steer elenr of jails Office on 6th St Cannelfon Intl manufacturers want to mako experi- to more than doublo their normal size ROCKPOKT IND -- In this wny and in this way only can and it seemed to me my leg would buret wo account for tho nttitudo of not n fow ments let them do so at their own cost but soon after I began using the Pain not tax tho poor for that purpose Dentistry In all Us Branches p aotlceJ and prominent tariff makers at Washington Halm tho swelling began to decrease all operations performed In tho molt skillful Tho situation is interesting decidedly to tho times lcttlcrcws Amendment the pain to leave and now I consider manner at prices suit eo Senator Pcttlgrow has introduced an Ihat I am entirely cured Crown nnd Ilrldo Work a specialty Tooth For sale by amendment to tho Dinglcy bill which A Price of Linen Go Up It Fisher Cloverport and It A attracted Positively Without Pain When tho tariff bill was about to bo provides for tho admission free of duty Shellu au Stophensport IHimI niiiplrtu Dciititl Itoomt framed tho Ilopublicau leaders stated of nrticlcs controlled by trusts Should in Southern Iiiillmin it beebmo law and bo carried out hon that they desired to bo modurato and to Why He Wanted an Autograph avoid uuything liko csccssivo rates Mr estly how much revenuo would tho bill Aldrich when introducing tho amended yield Thero nro trustB in sugar coal Recently a young man wrote to Will mcasuro into tho senate claimed that window nnd plato glass lumber pot- Â¬ lam Dean llowells for his autograph tery wnll paper rubber cutlery and in his rates wero gouorally lower than those of tho houso bill The linen nearly all kinds of hardware Thorc is Tho novelist replyed in a typo written schedule however is a notnblo ono of no trust iii tea but that is probably be line Have you bought my last book many exceptions In it tho seuato ratos causo thero lias been no duty to cucour The young man answered aro higher than those of tho lionso and ago it Thero uro also trusts iu the much higher than nujthiug over beforo woolen and cotton industries Revenue I havo not I want to sell your outo will bo Ecarco if such n law should be graph in order to get money enough to known Atlanta Constitution Under tho McKiuloy bill of 1800 lin enforced But will thoso elected by buy it in ens wero assessed 85 per cent with a trust funds destroy tho system which 3 FlhlKt rIWJItVaVaaH AsUeStf rsu iv I acVwTi f sVflsf assHri aVssssssr trusts Thoy may pass some sueh fow exceptions as high as CO per cent foster Dont thin your blood with sassafras ad valorem Under tho rates proposed law as they did tho Shorman antitrust or poison it with blue mas but aid Â¬ by tho seuato a largo proportion of the law in 1800 but it will bo only anoth nature by using DeWltts Little Early of er dummy goods in everydny uso will bo assessed Risers the famous little pills for consti- Â¬ from 05 to 85 por cent and in some Ilotr Protection Helps the Farmer pation biliousness and stomach and cases over 100 per cent Tho following liver troubles They are purely vegetatablo shows somo of tho changes in tho ble Short A llaynes low grudo linens cost of medium and May Co ibcaigftb nillMH Wr J 41 ANDY CATHARTIC U B A Â¬ 2550 u LJ Can Get Â¬ - Â¬ W L DOUGLAS S3 SHOE Â¬ ss yMir ttih fpr Â¬ Â¬ BANK QaUaiHIli aOil W4 THE Saw HAHLIlSrSBUEG Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J C BUSH D D Â¬ Â¬ J H Hunsche yflai tm wk vf ii I aASisBlaTLaW fWMK Si3 The TAILOR Â¬ Clover Will be port on the 2d and 4th every month Friday with Z T COX BOOE Agent - - Ekron Ky PENUANSHIP ETC Â¬ Mmic The Halny Day 109 Domaolc tablecloth B2J Crush for roller towolu Colored canvas fur drcsa lin- Â¬ Prico per yard Kew duty Pros- - Now porcont out bill Sao 6 Casper EEEPINQ SHOET HAKD TELEGHAPHY CANNKLTON LOUISVILLE KY IND Siia V4 10H Jilts nennstt Tales of The WnjslJe Inn Mrs Ilfgott Ttio Landlords Tul Mlts lllauhrd The Sccllllans Tale Miss Drury The Jew Tale Miss Cain The Poets Tate ft ings Clothing linens Linen for butclicru apron 03 CO 10 8f June 29 1897 05 10j 2i INOFELIOW IUNCIIBOV y 4 1 Mknu The tblet ol Life MaMjnhcod The SUeton It Armor ne uooa W r Ilewaie not tari snat onau on theic tsnvn 4wy Stair TliUCInrk TheSpIiltof Ptetty LauKhluE Wster The Golden Lrgmd Excels ir A Ialiaof Lift Afieimath TinstllerNot Tho domcatio manufacturers iu whoso interests theso changes uro supposed to bo mado havo stated that they do not dosorve over 60 per cent duty on linen goods aud ono of tho prinoipal manu- Â¬ facturers of linen and cotton handker Â¬ chiefs iu America of Achesou Harden Co Passaio N J states that ho docs not desire any ndvauco of duty on his goods wlvYam IPH Shippers should mark all packages plainly with shippers nam and post office addresi BUTTER Choice country Medium Creamery 9 7 EQQB Q tf - 10 8 14 7 Preib Mixed Old FEATUEKU 12 34 20 SO cretlons They ouUklu and turtlu rettoro Iwt Vitality In ol J or young and Unman for study buslneMor marrUs f Prfivnt InMnlt and IVmamnDtion If Ukrmo titn Their ue ahowa ImmodUU fmproja SeoU a tJUHK nhexn oil other rail in meat aud Thay 1st upon bavins tha genuine Ajax Tablet have oared thousantlaantiwiUcure yoo Wag iTsapoe ltiva written iraaranta to affect n euro CO OTC In eaelicaaaor refund tha money Price wV U I wipar packatfei or aix yiaea run iroaimenu xor z u uy inell in Plain wraiMttri u n rovmitut Iticv uvuitsr roe MADE TAULBTS POSITIVELY UUHK ME A MAN AJAX Falling Mm A IT f etc camej Xmpotnc ila or other ani Indl SmrvouB HlattpleMDMa orjr by Abut Kicesaea MJVZWZ i jfl Who desires to better his or her condition in life should write for tbo Catalogue or tbo tf- C464tZbMSWjWtWo 400 THIRD BTHEET LOUISVILLE KY BRYANT No STRATTON SggEgi Prime white goje AJAX REMEDY CO Jgirti1- - AITEIINOON iuIcTlie KtcllationThe Ilanlnjofthe Cram IlyMrs McOiolhltn Music Duett Th Curfew Mlms llendirsnn and Hennett Jkcno from Co irtlp of Miles btsnJIih Mlts Uaaford and Mr Cain Mu Ic The Day Is Done PC Arrow and the Sen Tho gross injnstico of tbeso duties can bo appreciated whon it is remem- Â¬ bered that owing to climntio condi- Â¬ tions good fiber flax cannot bo grown or linen manufactured successfully iu this country and when It is further ro memberod that tho kind of linca taxed is tho kind that is used by tho poorest classes while a much lower duty is put on tho flucr grades A Liocuso to Steal1 duck Triut Cuts Mora lee Forty ouo lonthor firms in Chicago portent against tho duty on hides Dat says the tho ticcf trust cuts moro ice liaiitou Trausciipt Iud Hop ROADS No 1 POULTRY 6 - m 28 36 Sliqrt InrNnloliiOlovcriinrS Kjr ly A lluyiick DmircUU Health Depends Upon 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 attention nnd the sooner the better We arc prepared to do your work with n guarantee to give satisfaction at exceedingly low prices We will he nt Irvington on Wednesday and Thursday after- the fourth Monday of each month It is to your interest to consult us 00 Hens per lb Spring Chickens per do Geese per dos POTATOES 10a 7 Duoksperlb 8 100 It THAT ARE NEEDED Irish per barrel new Now La Sweet potatoes per bbl From store 3 to 4 cts higher tfary Deans per bushel ROOTS Senica tioaka 1 3 Ml 00 75J 00 3 II PllSirilSi 11 Mrs Miller r Something to Depend On Mr James Jones of the drug firm of 8ou Cowden 111 in speaking of Jotiffl Dr KJngfl New Dissovery sayB that last winter his wife was attacked with La Grippe and hercasa grew so serious that physicians at Cowden and Puna could do nothing for her It seemed to develop inly Hasty Consumption Having Dr Kings New Discovery In Btoie nnd sell Â¬ ing letff t It he look a bottle homo and to tU mrjwU of all she begin to get Wife been first ikso and half dozen sjtind wd well tkHsV battle tutd Of Kbtga Kw DtswYry fixOwwwpt- M CsWfba d CdWs 1 gUMWl eO trial Mfcl food work Try ii hottU at A K Dri 8tor kr Fhr acvyar Howes comtlpaUssm WHb OtsomsMtc Caady rmlmrdc oure i In uv u rati arugxiau reiutn foravar information to tho United States seuato which Statistician Carroll D Wright fur Â¬ nished that body last weok coucoruiug tho labor cost of lumber in this couutry and In Canada His figures showed that while the uverago wages iu Canadian sawmills is 141 and 171 por day hero tho average labor cost of 1000 feet of lumber is 128 in Cauada and ouly 01 cents here Tho decreasod cost of production Iu this couutry is attrib- Â¬ uted to tho superior machiucry used Of course tho figures provo tbo free trade contention that tho rate of wages paid docs not indicato tho cost of proÂ¬ duction that low woges aro very ofton more cjpenslvo to employers nnd vico versa Hut tbese hard facts furnished by an officer of the government will not dissuado the lumber baroua from their purpose to got a tariff on Oauadliui latm m so that thoy can the wore effectually rob Auwricau cousawers ProiectiouUti cam nothing for facta What tbay want is lioeuM to rtfd Witioi Singh SfcMI That must havo boon embarrassing tho gcuorul government should havo chargo of road making that thero should be nutioual highways built and maintained ut publio expense Tbo good roads that uro needed says the Chicago Times Herald those that aro most needed iu tho language of Colonel Wattersou aro thoso that lead from tho farm to tho railroad tho mill tho factory tho school tho church tho ferry and tho inarkot This apt remark of Colonel Wattersou is a condensation a simplification au absolutely plain presentation of what is moat wanted in tho matter of good roads Carry out that idea aud what will bo wanting It will meet tho re Â¬ quirements of tbo farmer it will savo tho farming clement hundreds of Hill lions of dollars every year it will meet tho expectations of the pkiware seeker it will add to th yalti of every foot of laud iu tho country it will be U y1m to every merchant and vwypoJeialot of ykasaM al man it will h a aud profit to all olatwa in all eontma uitlea Henry Wattersoua Idea I That Thoy Ho Local Not National Henry Wntterson takes issuo with n good rouds advocate who insists that 7t ainseng Pink 340 30 BEST TRAINS 376 31 16 31 6 6 - TO Yellow Wild dinger Me Apple Blood 1W HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ey 10 Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha Ladr Slipper - IK 3K 3K 140 4 60 3 00 FIELD SEEDS Timothy per bushel bushel Clover Crimson Clorer per bushel Red Top pat bushel Orchard Grass per bushel Blue Grass fane psr bushel Blue Orass extra per bushel Onion Bets Yellow psr bushel WblU pr For Family or Medical Use m 0 1 1 St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA 60 40 35 3 60 Pure jjpple JJrandy I make n specialty of Fine Apple Brandy guaranteed to bo strictly unadulterated I use nothing but sound and ripe fruit My Brandy is all fermented in tubs not in cement cisterns so thnt mean disagreeable flavor is not detected Dctirous of introducing my goods will make special prices on one to four gallon packages 95 goods 300 per gallon and 97 goods 175 per gallon f p b All packages securely denied and shipped on short notice HIDBS Green rood Dry Bait good Dry tint good WOOI 8 Sheep sklM Qrease VJ4 e UK UK 3t f vW 8J 13 14 60 St Louis or Chicago YESTIBULED TRAINS srTEa AOCNTi Tab wasM SUTryttMMf 31 A 33 16 W M wy 4 CoU tMte Met mi W Ib S It 14 SLEEPERS GHJUH DINING GARS MRS TRAV mm MMOBLLAXsWUd CONSULT TICKET AQENT OR TMeHHT f4sWMftlMtHHMSIMMMHl HHHMMtMl aata S ll jp W 3 Fs M nUGG P5TR T- - OM SMITH Andyville Ky LQUI9 MA taaj SXF5 rmtirywrmfvi HKVT MIJWFfiW1 WtaUUU THIS BRROKE1SIRIDQH NEIWB OLOYBRPORT KY f Breckenridge WEDNESDAY JUNK News JO 1897 Rambling Thought jjy nkmo H in lsMW o TJio Employment of Â¬ JWVV--MVS-- - The Problem of Machinery Prom The Post Dispatch BIG 8PRING DR JCENDENHALL IMPHOVED A WLWXni CopirlKlilrd Sono months- ei 1 dared a BUgwst to young inoii who luij moro nneruy than they could fxhauBt on the ordinary affairs of tifetthat It might he well to ex Â¬ pend that energy for thoir fellow men by devoting themselves heart and boiiI to bringing about Justice for workingmen In tho form of employers liability for I point Injuries BiifTored whlluntwoik ed out that by modern conditions n work Â¬ man was unablo to guard liliiiHolf fully agaiiiBt tho criminal carolefsiets of his fellows and I also showed that nothing but a law i qual in lis obligations in all States would bo fair to the finployer Whcro this suggestion nmy havo lodged slnco thtse 1fTectiyoly I may not kiio Thoughts are not like bread cast upon waters to relum after many dajs but moro llko arrows shot forth at random hitting soniii limes And missing often 1 HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION Free Labor Olvee tho Ilest Itcsulta Common ting on tho employment of convicts on tho public liighwnys the Â¬ vK Ieeired from la tt wrek Jones Claude lirashcar of Midway Is visit- Â¬ Henry Hardin of Chicago Is here ve- Â¬ ing Ids uncle Mr U M McQIollilan iling his parents Mr and Mrs J W Mr J J Severs is at homo from Lou Hardlo Now Orleans Times Democrat points isyille where hit will remaii Indefinite Â¬ the Miss Zdnia Strothnr attended out that tho best results have been ob ly Sunday Nchool Convention a Harrodt tained in road building when tho best Miss Corn Cash man loft yesterday for hiig last week and remained In IUs It frco labor only has been employed Now Albany for an extended visit lo vlllu for a few days stay says friends Road construction is n saiouco re MIsb Sue Board who has beon with quiring n moro careful study of tho sub Mr Mag Cart our newly appointed her sister Mrs lvill Woodson of Kansas thou is generally imagined The ject postmistress has been indisposed for the City for tho psat two years returned prevalent iden Hint any ouo cun build n past few days Tho homu yesterday good road will not hold good matter requires study caro and n tlior Mr Sam Dix was in town Sunday and Dr Strother attended tho Meade opgh knowledge of tho tail aud country was greatly Improved in health we aro County Medical Society at Brandenburg through which tho road is to bo built pleased to note last Thurtday He was elected president Tho department of ngrlculturo has luto Chas F Oaahman was in Cloverport of the society for tbo ensuing year He good work by laying bo ly been doing 1iiday lookit g aftor his Interests in the was accompanied by Miss Lydia Ackley foro tho peoplo oxuetly what is neces school teachirg line Olarkson who was the guest of Miss sary iu road construction Tho employment of convicts in road R O Richardson arrived from Tennes- Â¬ Pearl Wimp construction is very popular just now see Sunday to be with ills mother dur Â¬ Miss Till Scott of Hardlnsburg and ns offering simultaneously n solution of ing her convalescence Miss Jennie WatfiVld of Clovorport ao piohlcms of what tho two tioublesomo Miss Mattie Miluorhas returned from companlcd byAliBfliB Louis Klncholoe to do with our prison population and I come now with another subjct that how to improvo our highways In view a brief visit to her cousin Mrs T J and Jim Scott Of Hardiusburg were the t ffcels every community and that is of tho fact that tho convicts iu Now guests of Mr and Mrs A R Morris Sun- Â¬ Mlnary Louisville Ky clamoring fur proper answer with louder York Indiana mid other states nro kept Miss Sue Rrashear expects to leave day and Monday and louder tones as tho years roll by a idle as tha law makes no provision for this week for a protracted visit to Iter question that mutt be answered proper Â¬ their support it is well that Louisiana A Valuable Prescription HAYNES grandmother at Midway Ky Sold by SHORT ly by this country or it will remain a should tnko some steps to utilize hers Dr Hennett of Derby Iud was in liOth century that is when it 1ms them on its hands and problem for the nn ideal em Â¬ Editor Morrison of Worthlngton Ind absolutely frightful to contemplate The road construction bccms attempted to punish anybody on account our town Saturday and jiurcbaied anaoS ployment for them You have a valuablo Sun writes is a to tho proper csro of the of religious belief but simply the people die mare of Dr Wm Mllnor Jr question On tho other hand tho oxperienco of feeble minded Now I mention it you thoso states which bnvo been most sucin tho neighborhood of the headquarters Everett Ecgish Roberts bottom cut prescription In Electric Bitters and I can of course admit tlut thoro is such a cessful with their roads 1b that only claimed the right to get some sleep o Ids foot very severely last Thursday with cheerfully recommend it for Constipa- Â¬ tion and Sick Headache and as a general nights They appealed to the courts an ax Dr Mllnor dressed Hie wound question hut its importance and its tho best labor mid convict labor is not system tonic It lias no equal Mrs An magnitude are hardly likely to bu felt by tho best should bo employed iu their and they gained their rase Tho Salva- Â¬ Mrs J T Hanks returnod to her ho mo you wive perhaps in jour community construction nud maintenance No statu tion Army with their drums tambo iu Stephensport Saturday after several nio Stolilo 2025 Cottago Grove Ave Chicago was all run down could not eat Hues etc kept up a din till long after days Htay there nie but n fow such t Meted ones Which has mndo any mntorinl improve with her sister Miss Pink ment with its highways has employed nor digest food had a backacho which Hear with mo its I lead you to deeper mid night every night and the neigh Â¬ Rickotts convict labor aud no stato which lias nevor loft her aud felt tired aud Jwcary feeling bors desired to havo quiet for rest The employed that kind of labor has secured it a lllcliariison Louisvlllo Mr but six bottles of Electric Blttots restored According to the Bureau of Statistics much improvement iu its roads Tho decision of tho court was manifestly just Ihs air and Mis Percy Beard aud dauchter Dr her health and renewed her Btrength If peoplo in the exercise of their religat Washington there aro in this country best results have been accomplished by and Mrs Wm Mllnor are with their Price 60 cents and 1 Get a bottle at ion wish to make such a nos so late at over ouo hundred thousand such people road taxes and tho giving out of conA R Fishers Drug Store night as to prevent tho neighbors rest- Â¬ mother Mrs Richardson I am not referring to cither idiots or in tracts We regrot to record the death of Mrs but only to those of insufficient in- Â¬ ing manifestly they should tako thorn sane GOOD COUNTRY ROADS tellect This 100000 includo3 only those selves to some wilderness where there Abner Robertson mother of Mr O M suicido Tho remedy is for manufacturMcUlothlan of this place which occurr who by their parents or gardians aro ac- Tlio liurden of Their Cost Mioulil iu ers to bo educated as to Hie capacity ol aro no neighbors to be disturbed Every ed Friday Juno 18 at her homo near Alike on Alt the People knowledged to the authorities aud man has a right to a fair clianco to get modern machinery to create wealth Lodiburg It has been cstimntcd that GOOOOO to sleep o nights learned ones on this subject think it fair 000 tons of farm produco aro hauled to which must bo consumed and as to the Mr T J Jolly lJuwleyvillo to nupposa Hint thoro aro halt as many Wu heard of a caso nhero in summer MeBsrs market right at hand to consume it moro concealed and unreported by sen market annually iu the United States Unless tills is dono we shall see the day when tho windows were up a stout man illon and Robeit Jolly Mrs Kondrlck nud that tho cost of marketing it is 82 Â¬ sitive relatives so that our problem re- Â¬ por ton or just about when perfected machines with a limited snored so as to disturb the slumbers of Wathen Irvington and Mis R A Mil1000000000 solves itself into tho care taking of 15 This is not money paid out but is the marktt will create a years wealth In his nearest neighbors on either side and ler Hnrdinsbuig attended the funeral 000 people too lacking iutdligjuce to vuluo of tho timo spent by farmers witli of Mrs R Q RIcketts Wednesday three months leaving nine mouths of insisted when complaint was made that properly look alter themsilvoj They their teams in marketing crops or what idleness aud a mau has a right to sleep on hs own starvation for the workers aro pining out n limited existence in theso men aud teams would havo earned Not only piles of the very worst kind premises Whether a man has a right our towns as the butts for all sorts of if they had been hired for cash to do to snore on his own premises bo as to can bo cured by DeWIUs Witch Haze Bucklens Arnica Salve Tho secretary jokes iu our pooi houses ai those who this nmouut of hauling disturb his negibors next door is anoth Â¬ Salve but eczi ma Ecalde burns bruises This Best Salve iu the world for Cuts may be abused without fear in our jails of tho farmers national congress and er question which so far as we know boils ulcers and all other skin troubles tho United States department of ngriUrulses Sores Ulcers Salt Uheuui Fe- Â¬ as those who have donu ciimt s that can be instantly relieved by the same culturo agrco in estimating that about ver Sorec fetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ has not been passed on by the courts seemed to bu committed without any 00 por cent of this vast nmouut or remedy Short Haynes St Louis IVy Co LoniiTille Hsndirson blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions It has been discovered that eye salves sense o I wrong doing iu our laud us a 000000000 would bo saved each yunr vast army whose dull ees look out upon if farmers wcro nblo to do this hauling and postively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ aud wateis containing auger of lead DUKES quired It is guaranteed to give perfect often produce lead poison fatal to the life si if it were a dream What is be Â¬ over good roads Time Card In Effect June 20 97 This then is tho amount of tho nn satisfaction or money refunded Price sight if not to life You run a great Tho total accom- Â¬ ing donu for them mial mud tax to which wo havo been 25 cents per box Fok Salic uy A E risk in using such preparations To No 41 No 41 No 46 The Nkws gets better all the timo Kat Hound modation in all tho institutions that al Â¬ Fisher effectually aud speedily and perman Lv St Iouj ready exitt for their proper caro and submitting says tho Cedar liapids la Itdim UMpui Wo were bleesed with two line rains Gazette telegraphs and Railroads Kvaatvile GSllm 220m Kim training is 0000 Fully twenty Satus steamboat Hues havo been ussibtcd by The Voters Will Have to bo Coruulled ently euro sore eyes granulated lids last week Hendcnon 7 15 2 4d 30 Spottsvuls 7SH 3X8 or styes without the possibility of evil 37 give them no attention at all In South tho states nud subsidized by tho governOwenlboro 8 IS Irom The New YoikSun 341 400 There was singing at tho C P church after effects uso Sutherlands Eagle 4 Jo llawtivile 917 Caroiua Virginia Missouri and Oregon ment but nothing bus been douo for 440 Let authority be given immediately Eye Salve Short fc Haynes Cloverport Saturday night 94 8 03 5U fe v of them are sent to the Insane tho common country road Tho farmers some Stephenport 525 512 107 for a monetary commission to determino Irvinzton 1045 Crops aro lookiig much better after 603 557 Asylums the very last place they ought nlono havo had to build country roads Hrindenburg 1112 021 617 what the United States wants to do on baviog hot weather for a week 1 3d to be since tliey can bo trained to eomo without assistance from tho cities from ArrLouhvill U35m 74J The Greatest Nation on Earth the money question aud then let us go wealthy corporations or from tho state degiee of usefulness In Montana they Jesse Burnett was at Tobinsport Ind No 4I No 43 No 45 West Bound Every citizen will bo benefited by tho after it aud get it as promptly as possiThe value of timber yearly cut iu the Saturday and Sunday the guest of his are grouped with the daf aud dumb a construction of good roads directly anil ble John Wanamaker United States is double that of the out- Â¬ 823pm Iv Loulivilo 70im 460pm 9 32 clasjiliuilion that mud be of damage iudiiectly and overy taxpayer should uncle Lige Tindle llrandaoburg 851 614 One third of tho No monetary commission can deter- Â¬ put of all our mines Irvington 915 643 952 to the deaf muted Maine Vermont and contributo his sbaro to their cost No Mrs Frank Isom of Blackford return Â¬ 72U Stephensport 1021 981 population of this country aro church Wyoming piss thoru on to other States Ploverpot 739 10f6 wondor tho farmor opposes tho good mine what thu United States wants to loll 1035 members Hawesville 8C4 1058 It costs I0G882 every ed home Friday after several days with if acommodatiou can be fouud In tho roads movement if bo alouo is to stand do on the money question At the last Owentboro 1148 US 915 minute during the year to run our her daughter Mrs Mart Robins 1217pm 947 Spottsvile 122Um case of Waiuu and Vermont Massachu- - tbo expense Ho has rightly suggested Presidential eliction ueailv ono balfof 10 10 1240 12 5 lltndetson Wheat harvest is at hand While the Uncle Sams farms conthat bo should bo assisted through tho voters voted for the free coinage of silver Government 1 15 1 15 10 40 b Us is looked to for help though its own Evaosvilla acreage Is small in this viciuitythe grain- - ArrSt Louis stitute one fifth of Hie National wealth 7 20 7 32 State applicants exceed by hundreds medium of a stato road tax under a sys at tbo ratio of 10 to 1 and a little more tem of stato aid as now employed in than half of them voted agdiust it Nearly one half of the 8000000000 is fine aud will make a good average every possible accommodation at either Now Jersey Connecticut and MassachuA trains run through Solid f Uyansvllle Through parlor cars and Pullman seepers on all Tho3e who voted for it demand an letters making up the worlds annual yield Waverly or IJarro North Carolina setts trnlna betwetn St Louis KvanvMe and Louis S B Burnett spant Friday near Pates opportunity to vote for it agalan and ic mail belong to the United States ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irviniftcn for Georgia Arkansas Alabama Mississippi Good Koada Object Lesion Mrs Fordsvillc and llardiisburs daily except Sunday the meanwhile the Administtation These aro but instances of tho thousands ville with bis daughter-in-laTexas Utah South Dakota Colorado HC MOKDlEA G1 A Four or flvo years ago tlio town of repusentirg tbcsj who voted agalcst it of wonderful facts about overy phase of Eliza Burnett who hts been sick for Louisville Ky and a fow olhei State do nothing for Hempstead Queens county N Y voted is trying to nigHiate with the great the life and progress of our country from several days them unless the fact that many of them tospond 9 100000 iu road improvements We learn that Mr Hank Tindle who naturally giavitatu to the poor houses bo Furms at tbo timo wero worth from U0 commercial natioi s of Europe an agree- Â¬ an illustrated article on The Greatest by William George has been sick for some time is no Si I FordsviMe Branch- ment for the free coinage of both gold Nation on Firth better L II regarded as something done to 50 an aero They nro now worth and silver at a ratio yet to be fixed On Jordan to appear in tbo July number of at this writing and that there is little sovcral bundrcd dollars an aero and re this point too the voters of the nation Tho Ladies Homo Journal The article hope of his recovery TIME TABLE Ns 10 turn thoso Jiw then am I merely bottiug up a chasedgood interest for prico who pur Â¬ will havo to bo consulted and a com- pictures in a novel way Americas vast thorn at that This bus Tbo Mattingly correspondent can in Â¬ TAKING man of draw in order to make n great beon such an object lesson to their mission cannot anticipate their decision area her matchless resources boundless EFFECT MAY 30 1897 form the young man that the Duke cor- Â¬ show of bravery iu demolishing him wealth her marvelous development and noighbors that I understand something Kast Bound Train respondent is not a married lady and WestUound Trains A glauce around your own community liko 1000000 will bo spent this year Iu mediciue tbo best only la good show how the United States leads the that Bhe Daily Dally Dally Dally dots not object to his corres- Â¬ ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sua will con II i m or disprove what I say in other parts of Queens county and enough The best gives tbo quickest world No 6 NoV No 3 No ponding with her neighborhood iu building good roads and longest relief without leaving any Unlike tho idiot the feeble minded 10 60am Lv Irvington Ar 9o0sm Mits Tllla Husk of Daviess county man is able to re produce his kind und This may seem n largo amonnt of mon Â¬ evil after dr cts Dr Bells Pepper- Â¬ Garfield 8 03 U 25 W B Johnson Newark O says 11 40 7 42 Harned strong intellects do not coma from feeble ey to bo spout for tho purpose but ow- Â¬ mint Chill Tonic is mild It does not Ono Minute Cough Curo saved my only returned home Saturday after a pleas1147 Junction 7i7 ing to character of tho soil and tbo U 55 7 27 Hardlnsburg minded parentage Iojk arouud your fact tho good It hao ant visit of several weeks with her broth- Â¬ Bi 10pm 7 17 that road material must bo rack your bom s and shock your nerves child from dying by croup Junction neighborhood and se if this is correct brought tho cost of construction is high- Take it and see the results chills and saved thousand of others suffering from er J J Husk Some of tho young men 12 25 Kirk 7 02 1235 Jolly 650 In nearly every poor houbo of the er than it would bo iu most parts of tho malaria disappear as snow before the croup pneumonia bronchitis and otbor are looking sad since ber absence Glendeane U55 630 1 C5 Dempster 6 20 country will bu fjutid one or moro feeble stato The time of year is bore when the suushino of spiinir Tlio after effecta serious throat and lung troubles Short 120 ir Kallaltoiigh lv 615 1 45 minded women all the inevitable proy Dempster farmer and his wife can enjoy sonio of Haynes 6 44 aro sound bone rich rod blood good FKtjr Miles to MarkuU 1 55 6 28 Itockvala of deprived men and year aftor year tbo fruits of their labor potatoes and flesh and no more chills Short 2 05 Kuth 60 It is not 215 Askina 6 25 their olliprii g are augmenting the num- Â¬ Franco to scoan uncommon thing in Haynes green beans for dinner filed chickens Uor Awful Ordeal 2 30 n furmor 40 or SO miles Oaks 5 lJ ber of Idios or feoble uilndrtd children Mitchell Miiry had n dreadful oxperienco on for supper ham and eggs for breakfast from homo inwotweathorwith a heavy 2 fnm AKnfitileTv BOCam nuoh women ofton prove veritable lire- - load That Endless Chain a Subterfuge her trip to Puinesvillo If he sees n prospect of a threo There has been about a full crop of to-Â¬ brandriiiiaoommuuity too weak minded days rain ho nuts his turnaulln over How was that bacco planted in this section but tho Iiom The New York Sun Louisville H erdersonS Lcufs RvCo Why sho got something t know the evil of what tiey do too his load n cover over his horsca and n oyo The so called endless chain procesf of and it hurt her so that sho in her ulco grasshoppers have eaten it badly Some nuiiiiulieh to find pleasure except iu waterproof coat on and starts off to mar- Â¬ asked n IfcTO redemption and relf tie for redemption looking young mnn to look for it and have one half and some one third of a grosanttss too feeble- to resist If your ket Ho may go SO miles boforoho finds a market that suits him or ho mny of tho United States notes must bo stop Â¬ ho was so dreadfully ueursighted that stand whilo tha plants in the beds have know ledgu confirms this bear iu mind failed and there is a poor chance of feed know ho got so udvimco just whcro ped his big that iu overy community it is the same Yon doinnotofteu bco anybodyho is going cess at once Tho dangers of this pro- tickled iior oloso thatthat iu tnustaoho ing the hoppers much longer Takiug Effect uoo so driving 60 of repetitious redemption of a debt trying not Again let it never more escape your mi Ion through a rainstorm iu tho United that is never conceited aro too palufully to sneeze right iu his fuco sho burst four John Duko says ho has been feeding At 63Q oelcls A H Snndaj Ua 39 1897 mind that feebltimiudoduiHs is Inunmblo States to find u market for n load of plain to bo either ignored buttons off her new jacket the tobacco hoppers for five weeks and Weil Bound IVatni or evaded Thu biuiu of such may with advantage buy but it is not at all uncommon to XaiiBound IWrtw Dcurmol Clovoluud Pluiu Dealer that thoy have become such slaves lo the If permitted to continue a currency be trained to a certain point and tho sco furmors wagons 40 or 60 miles from 44 43 44 For three years we havo never beon tobacco habit that ho will iiave to pro- Â¬ Mall A homo in Frunce Thoy chooso tho wot collapse will bo an almost inevitable Mail A baud anpiiru facility in handling tools cure the Keeloy cure remedy for them Bxprs Uiprs STATIONS Bxpra Expr result Wool Record without Chamberlains Colic Cholera biituftotull is done thu fuebU iniuded weaUior for that purpose Their roads Ho dont intend to feed them but one Dally Dally nro just ns good then ns lit any timo Tho Wool Uncord starU upon its career and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house Dally Dally unu remains at still K quirol a great Genoral Roy Stono with the above absurd piece of misin- says A H Patter with E C Atkins A week longer when ho Intends to com Â¬ 4 ropm 7 Slam nt St 12 35pm 7 45m authority sums up the nutter this way 4 7 Kentucky 2 20 733 formation Tho endliBi chain process 53f Co 816 West Point Indianapolis Ind and my wlfo mence cropping their wings and break 150am 616 Tim feehle uilndud person is like a man Com let Lubor on Itoads 5 40 8J1 Howard 1145 66 of which it speaks was stopped long ago would as soon think of being without ing their spring poles 5 48 Wlllowdala 82 who is burn poor and ulwuya remains so 135 645 Convict labor iu road building is bo Hock Haven 8 35 ny the increase of tho Government Hour aa a bottle of this Remedy in tho 64 18 Indications are favorablo for a worse 653 thu liiHiii llliu a man who is horn rich ing employed in Duvnl county Flu 600 8 42 Lonir Branch 121 631 1 moro than summer season We have used It with plague of tobacco worms this year than liW 861 Brandenburg 112 mid in North Carolina 026 nml heciiutS poor In tho latter ruvonuef and since March 616 864 Kkron 102 tUH oiu0 31 yt cents per day per head is said ft000 000 of thu UuiUid States notes all threo of our children ami it has never last Tho files aro plentiful already be 62t 9 07 Guston 053 610 IrvJngton to cover tho cost of food olotbcs medi- Â¬ subject to it have accumulated in tlio failed to cure not aluiply to stop pain fore tbo plant 1b of much ate- 045 0J 915 One roan 63 Konniny humanity and all that Is 661 Webster 037 650 cal iittomhiiiCQ mid guards an compared Treasury Tho cum nay collapse but cur absolutely It is all- right and was heard to say that ho had caught six 05J 931 Lodiburg 021 612 nobliHtli the heart of man declares with 38 cents 707 93J Pierce 020 por day for 64 which Hie Record pronounces Inevitable anyone who tries it will find It so Surely tho For woyna ofl of one plant 943 Sample that fur thu sake o tha happiness of tho samo prisoners iu jail maintaining 1015 SSU Tlio Duval Ufil Stephensport 1007 S22 aalo by A R Fisher Clovorport and R man who is lucky to house a small crop ta 72 tlSji poor qrnaturers iwid for their pro Good Roads association of Florida ml is therefore not in sight KM Addison 1002 G18 A Shollnian Stephensport 969 this time will reallm a good price Holt 960 616 ttciluji and Hie protection of society vooatoa tho uso of short term couvicts 10 It 7aa Cloverport 945 603 Now Grand Chain Ills Feb 10th 1014 on such work and mokes tho claim that Shops 9 40 agufiUdil Hiliintilliplying flood of Idiocy Several from here attended tha Child BCO 1025 SMUiaan 927 149 himTKfiIihccllity pauperism and crime thoy would in this manner pay back 17 J O Mendenball Evansvlllo hid Kptcritin on Hough lloadt rens Day services at IMteavillo Sunday 1035 8o Hawesville 40 8 wldnrPnay plans Statu by Siae and kouio or mo utouoy oxpoiiuca upon them 812 1043 Dear Sir You may ship another Petrla Im now arrived thanUa to tbo goda 90 49 13 All report a nice time 816 049 Falcon Nation by Nation must bu adopted to nud thoy would nlso stand a hotter Gross of your improved Chill and Faver 903 118 luthwaya ronisU ond nmiUlr Turounh 827 Lewlsport 068 854 A certain ilin that inaklu rouda pine timo unfortunates where they aro chunco of being called back to 1 06 8 33 8 47 Waltinan an honest Curo on soma terms as last It ia a Ia no thin poqplua study I iiarnifva to themselves and others Hfo than if Uioy 14 Sick headache can ha quickly and 8 42 Powers 838 01 wero modo to nssoci AtttiQUBh Im uot wi Ocripturo crarnd 1 25 splendid seller I consider it the best Patea Look Ht the Juko family ill one of tlio nto 85 827 coranletoly overcome by using tuoea u0t with Im Burn tbo Bible sayn Owentboro 618 WYstHru counties of New York In 76 prison moro lmrdcnod criminals iu a Chill Cure in tho markot Thut hoodlum atnnera aboil 11 dumnti Matting 807 famous little pills known aa IMVItta UK yean from a family orlirln it lias nro- 802 Unlou thoy Blond tblr war tn frSain OrlfttT 329 Yours yery truly 1 56 925 Llttjp Early lilser8 iljicei 00 tuluves and murderers 2b0 Stanley tiijort 758 Haynoa ItoUirt Darns 1202 Jvcou Fkmknstkin 933 Worthlngton 7 52 IrjvallilxUll flted with blindness phthisis ou 100 Heads 744 or Mi iV IX harlots nud 100 children Spottlvllle 947pa 1217 Hundreds of thousands have been In 738 95d It 24 is who liri In infancy Jt has cost tho BasKtt 7 34 ducod to try QbamberJalna Qough Rem A RfgHtconi Deoliion lOlOau 12 4J m r HnviMlv 71 84tiivrratnllIlnrtdQllanito Imdc after S Tour Irpin iw edy by reading what H has done for Keep lb bullu VourllADnlneaa leurrour ainxwlft irrji Ktcurdcr all pracUeally avoidable iliero poop and beaUa Trains Noe 41 and o raake eoniMrtlcm at Ir Jlul nnrf ntrtMtt Tlio pry o persecnUon la now wised others and having tested its merits fpr iJ2llLD5iiefa1Jiajj 1K ir nvrcaioof the unhappy ancestor ylnglon dally tacepl train Mtleti fromHardmiburg andSunday yiihMsmkJi a and wsiii jstautTtwvstll Ul MtO IMS Cuia ick beaUaeue bul m fordvl4l fijir ftuijly NUMIn because tho Savtpn Army doJnat tiemalyea are to day IU wrmet tMtu u the mouUi coated nmwM thmoa I the headquarter In New York have frtonik toxwuo sm Iri tha stauuen yiU OwensbtHo and HtHuhf s For sl by A R Fiklier Oa4y fvpari nHHriii ia toikW0KaaKi Foe IwlVr WliSi I chall o liirn o ti Is sull ct next tlH mU ItuilfMuVn Do Ik on declared a ly th Qlovwport mh M A Shellman ciMouonul4i Ages or t S llrl tonl f H CliOKpUK A Oi P A Tlrtutly MW UlM U4 ST i SiMprllU courts fh a cry I vIh Nobody M TliflttriiMr MwUeflley Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Replying to a correspondent apropos of Iliahop Potters recent utterances n girding tho problem of men and machinery the editor of the New York Tho mote lahor tavinu Sun says machinery enables hem tho industrial people io produce lo a given length of effort per day week month or year the more of the commodities ptodured will each worker rtcelve in the shape of money or goods Theoretically this is true Practically it is not as long as labor saving machin Â¬ ery enables the manufacturer to keep As soon as the ahead of his matket purchasing power of tho people which constitutes the manufacturers market is exhausted thu labor saving machinery goes on addit g to Hie sleek on hand at a loss and thu only thing to do is to shut down until consumption catches up with production As IHehop Potter Intimated this constitutes a real and serious prob- Â¬ lem and it is not solved by slating a theory which Is not bornu out iu practice Several years xgo Cnnuressmau Reed in his minority report on thu Wilson bill pointed out that thu capacity to manufacture window glass iu tho United Slates is greater than thu largest consumption of foreign and American glass combined With machinery a pair of shoes can be made complete every twenty mluutes Machinery of equal swiftness and perfection is invading every indus- Â¬ try Even thu whisky men find them selves at their wits end to get rid of the product of improved machinery Experts who have gone through the great Liggett Myers Tobacco factory just finished in St Louis say that the factory could turn out in one year all it would bo likely to sell iu two years Periodic shutdowns aro inevitable unless the market can be enlarged to keep place with modern machinery As lias been frequently pointed out the best market for Hie manfacturers products is tho wage earner Every increase in wgis means an increase in consumption Every cut is economic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Our Neighbors UNION STAR Ballon attended tho preachcls Institution In Elli ibetbtowu Inst week Tho hard rains havo damaged the wheat considerably by beating it down Miss Mamie Ilayuef of Henderson is horn the glint of her nilht MiS E W Jiov GEL AND W1R cm - iojr OUA11ANTEED TO CUIUS And Malaria In all Formi TattcleM Nsm genuine without the aboru picture and ttte Signature ot J O Mendenball CHILLS AND FEVER v Prloo 50 cents at all Dealers IND J PREPARED ONLY BY EVANSVILLE Sold by SHORT HAYNES GREGORY Wharfmasters CLOVERPORT Local Agent CO KENTUCKY A Steamboat Agents Homestead Fertilizer Company and Clinitiul nil Pamiiiim Manual uu wvm Dealera In Tlnnra Ranli Ttllmln WWW YAllnwr VW j- AJ r k Tln Floor Ing and Celling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement M Plastering Laths Plaster Hair Plow Handles v Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings aad Building Material m Â¬ Â¬ HOW TO TRAVEL B O TinycH B O S Â¬ S W RY tjlbjs f Henderson Route Trains leave Louisville as follows W HAILWAY Clnclnnail and the Kast St Louis and the West - Â¬ Â¬ No 18 No Jo No 16 8 jjam Lv Loulsila a 35am 245pm 605pm Ar Cincinnati 645am 1153am 11 15am Ar Columbus 5isyn nojpiiu 815pm Ar Pittsburg 715am 650 am 11 loam Ar Washington s 2opm Baltimore 7 50am Ar Ar Phi adelphla 1015am 340 pm Ar New York la joun 5 55pm Ar Boston 3 cx pm 9 05pm Nraln No 16 has eleirant Pullman BafTet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Cinciutisti to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Tran No iS has elrgant lulman Pmkr Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No 10 has sleepers to Cincinnati open at j oclock to receive passengeis Lv Louisville a 35am 8 13am 8 aopm 640pm ta 3oan Ar St Louis 7 saam 8 40pm Ar Springfield 9 33am North Yernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m dally Charlestown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p m except Sunday Trains Nos 16 10 and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cara to St Louis - t- J St Louis Springfield and the Wet No 16 No N01J 44 Â¬ Â¬ THAINS AIIRIVE ia Â¬ 1 Â¬ m Â¬ h From East 715 a m ia 13 noon 64Q p m 25 a m 3 aoa m m ta 15 p m 640pm From Wes- tCity Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and uffL Main streets Depot Seventh and river lor detail information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc T address US BROWN District Pars Ticket Agent B a O S W Uy 4th and Wain Louisville Ky or J M CHESSBROUGH Ctneral Pasenger A rent Cincinnati Ohio G B WAUKHL Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio - aa j Â¬ I I Safety Comfort Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ kiwi asil Evaim M Line Between Â¬ Packet Line Fait Mail Louisville and Evansviile STEAMKTIS - Â¬ TIME SCHEDULE 4 E G RAG ON P Jt Ryan Muter D W A Bishop Purser TARASCON h Penny Maiter L T Conner Parr - TELL CITY It II Ballard JUlter W B Newbell Purw P D STAGGS Daily except Saturday between Lowl44a and Kow Ainitrrdam Freight thlppetl by thlt line Ml erthan by rati Travelers will find tho sleamera e pasted in equipment and acoowaiudfttkosev Tha beit oullnary art employed oooki wid he menu U equal to that of tho beeLhoteU Oenoral offices 176 and 178 1th Ayea Â¬ dllrfJ u Â¬ mw Louisville D - I O PKNHY T1- - WWHITIt V WUJUM8 1 P A Owonalmro rai Ky Â¬ A XTkXJ siiSs 2 TCTZT TZA 4v J r h 1 JWkSjmBSBji aA sBSfiaKxiHk aflHaaVavlaVMaalH RveeflafletMMeai2NLft I V Hoodsa E9 1yl Ui Â¬ YOUR roRTUNi ur I III S ixasr shIc lrjlS3E fwtujictn IlBJn r r f U r -- mr THEL BREOKKNR1DGK NEIWS OUOYERPORT KY Breckenridge iHteT- News 1897 WEDKNBIUY JUNE 30 - HH Local Brevities New honey is on the market Fair will soon be open Now line of lift just In Suzers Ncjw line of ladies collars Su1zrs Bicycle repairs of all kinds Sulzers The rPuiely S8kh 0 trr Personal w it win inW J Â¬ HARTS DEFAULT ARE YOU 306c 5m mem1 v- - VujiiAJ deoc JUJJ jijIu JJLC L m BANKRUPTinhoattl constitution undermined by ex- travngancc in eating by disre Â¬ garding the laws of nature or physical capital all gone if so mm m vt mif fy S - ft v - Si hu frlr - v W rr- - - - E- - b Br- Jfr -- ft Jciia Millar Sample wai In Iba eltj Satur to Louisville Flno crackers Salrer11 day Grandvlew Iud sutTdted a 25000 John Neubfaur la quite nick J 1 Draihear returned from Onenibetn fire Mont ay Monday Ulcycln lamps cheap Susurn Light weight underwear for these hot Llnhlfoot Miller llaVetllle nil In town Buo biil headquarters Suz rs Sunday days Sulzers TliijIfllr will ho ready about August Henry Warg fer went to lnulavllU yniler That delightful fruit tho peach is day evening let abuudant this year Flags for 4th of July decoration Sal W Carter Johnlon of Loulnvlll niH In jiirV Shorts new store building will soon bo the ttty Sunday 81 Adkliaon and W 0 Smart vent to Frenchs Now Sensation U nhjht at ready for The Fair cherry phosphate save Louiarille Sunday Usa wild ho whaif Mill Ruth Ilaynei nent to Sample ttr Gilt wall paper 4 conla sliglo roll at doctors bills Sulzers day to vlilt relatWei And still they ko the cool comforta- Â¬ T F Sawyors Mn Wn Smith of Onennburv li vUltlng Hnon suits Sulzers Rev S G Shelley preached at Holts ble tow Mri Annie E Brown Crude carbolic acid It kills tho odor Jhapel last Sunday John Baldwin of Cincinnati U vl I Ing tits from pig pons try It Hulzors father Mr K A Baldwin Sawyer will hang your wall paper at Lee Meyer and Frank Mere r if llirllm The fountain head of bargains you the tamo price others do burg were In town Sunday Prayer meeting at the M E church will find it at our store Suz rs RN Miller and Jo II C x of llarilldi Tho Cloverport Club will cross bats Thursday night All aro invited burg were In town Monday with tho Royals of Owcnsboro Saturday Hammocks hammocks o beautiful John lteeie of New Albany tnd wai the line If you want one Itabbago has July 3 gueit of Mr Mitchell Sunday See our 4th of July display In good them Clint Adkliion of Webittr ll with tits department brother at the Mitchell hotel AVhen you write to an advertiser tell eating in our grocery Rer S 1 Shelley and wife left Monday for him yqu saw his ad In the BnECKENiuDOE Sulzers Boys and girls you cant guess whats Highway to Tlilt hli mother News Mtn Katie Sawyer went to Ilawri lite yes Watch the Fair thatll soon appear going to be in our big show window on terday to ipend lereral dayi Sulzers the 4th In the Nkws Will be of some interest Mri limner and daughter Nellie are visThe E A Woodruff a United States iting relatives In Hancock county to all Do you want to buy a fire and burg- Â¬ snagboat passed hero Sunday afternoon Charlei Rledel and alitor Mli Kmnm of grp the river Holti bottom were In town Sunday lar proof safe worth 150 for 100 If r Fred Welse age 78 died at Mat Mill Mary Arnold of Oweniboro li tho you do Write James Kincheloo liar Monday The cause of his death gueit ofherau t Mn Frank Selfrled dlnsburg Ky Jesse Wealberbolt li Tlslllng hli ilstor Fifteen large sample books of wall could not be learned Mri Rhomby Renbrow Sulphur Well Robt Lewis has compromised his suit paper nil new designs to sjlect from at who haa been In Ioulf J against the Texas and has gone back Title P Dltientacbmonth haa returned home T F Sawyers for nearly a French the king of river showmen to work in the shops M II Heard and wife nf Hardlnihurg pent wilt be at the wharf to night It is said Only a few more summer coats andÂ¬ ray Sunday with Mr nnd Mrt I 11 Mur vests feft whats left aro great big barto be great this trip Mn A Y Ford and children of Louiarille them Sulzers bur- Â¬ gainssee James Kincheloo has n Are and were panengeri on Mondayetrenlngi train for M Ilawes will give a recital at homo Rev T glar proof safe brand new worth 150 the Presbyterian church Friday night for 100 Write him Mr and Mn Geo lleatlr of Haweiville were -- lilting Mr and Mm F N DHuy last Can you beat it 43 rats in one night June 2 Be sure you hear him James Cooper colored has purchased week fn our Marty traps they catch them Mrs Win Barrett and clldrenof Louis of 11 L Newsom one house and lot in every time try one Sulzers ville are with her mother Mn Uurkt for the western limits of the city for 157 summer Julius Sippel who has been employed WatchThe Fair their ad will shortly as clerk at F Fratzes for tho past four Mill Ireland ol Skillman came sp on yes appear quoting low prices on all kinds terday evenings train to visit her iliur Mri years resigned his position Saturday Leon McOavock J Ji Keith Son shipped Monday a of goods Save your money for them Victor Robertson and MIsi Lutla Moorman Loan Co of Lonl Globo Building large barre granite monument to Lewis of U endeane were In the city a few bouts pro- Â¬ Monday evening port for the grave of E W Pate It was vllle has sold the Nathan Mercer perty In western portion of town to R Mr 0 M Bnllltt and family of Louisville elegant in design have moved to their lUinmer borne In tbli city L Newsom for 100 cash Rov W Bt 4 11 begin next known ai Font HI borrowed my Iron The person that Sunday a series of four sermons which Rer W B RntleJge and wife who bare he is especially anxious for his members roofing tools will favor me very much been visiting her parent at Ml Washington by returning them at once A A La arrived home last Friday to hear and requests their presence Col W W Hlte President of the Louts Dont stop advertising because times Hi est Evanivllle Mall They are working night and day down Tills Jc on the boat Sunday Line Co was a pn- are dull for that will make them duller at the shops Things are getting better lenger Besides the more competitors that Mill Annie Hambleton of Sorgbotown ar Â¬ leave the field temporarily Hie better down there too More men are employ- Â¬ rived Saturday evening to be tbo guest uf Mr ed in the machine shops than over and Mn 0 K Lightfoot is it for yon during their absence before Mm A L Batlman went to Rome Daviess The church meeting at the Baptist to visit K Eddy Luella the three months old eonnty yesterday Wlnfield her patents Mr church Friday evening will bo at 730 and Mn Tbomaa I daughter of Mr and Mrs Alvin Wllker sharp All the membera are earnestly who have bten vis C died at 2 a m Snnday July 27 and ilng L Shelley and wife bis brother Rev Shelley returned Mon Â¬ requested to attend Prayer meeting at sonr was buried at 3 oclock Sunday afternoon day to their home In Albany the same church at 8 oclock Wednesday at the city cemetery evening Mri J D drsrorr ion and dauarhter Her Mrs Marshall Morris and MIsi Ben Â¬ aid and Inei and niece MIsi Ola Uraham re Â¬ Once more all lovers of shows will ton of Louisville two charming women turned home Saturday from Waltman where have the pleasure this evening of at- Â¬ are guests of Col Lafe Green at the Falls they have been visiting relatives Mr and Mri F J Ferry refornod from tending Frenchs New Sensation It is this week They were passengers on Sir Ferry wai F rtren Monroe last week said to be better this year than ever the Katie last Friday He leavei very much Improved by the trip before Mr French always has a hearty to day for Waukesha to be absent for leveral Save your money and bring to The weeki welcome to Cloverport Fair which will be ready about August John Mrs Wm Bowmer The Columbia Circle B V R O baa 1st can be found next door to Short Jb Mn Walter Sherman Mri Jamei Barks Jr Â¬ G Steph Mri had a most successful and interesting Haynea with an entirely new line of ens ani Mn Jno Burks Sr ipent a most delightful day Tuesday with Mri Minor of year The attendance has been regular dry good boots shoes hats and caps Holt and great interest shown Tbo circle Carl Brayfleld traveling correipondent of anticipates large additions next year A Heal livs Game the Louisville Dispatob was In the elty yes which will be the German year It held terday Mr Brayfleld Is making a tour of the The first real and live game of base State reporting Its condition along the pros Â¬ its last meeting at tho residence of Mrs ball In this town for years came off Sat perity line Dr Sinltb St Rose Court last Monday urday at 1 oclock at the new base ball Mrs Henry Ballman and daughter Mls evening park between the Concordia and Clover- Â¬ Mary left yesterday for Mt St Joseph n sir In Daviess county The examining trial of Jo Simmons port club It was a regnlar professional Ellendalo exerclsee of that school to ofattend the which she elosinc Harnly Johnson and James Welch came game from start to finsh and It took ten has a daughter who will take part up Monday before Jadge Skillman innings to decide the game It was just Mrs J C Nolle and daughter Blolse Mrs Ttiey were charged with breaking into by a hair breadth that the Cloverport A M TaU- - Mrs Wm B Allen and children Cornle and Dayld left Wedneiday to visit Mr one of the Texas cars at this place load- Â¬ club rame out victorious R D Witt and family at Hidden Brook near consigned to ed with merchandise Following is the game by inning Roietta Breckenridge county Owensboro and were arrested at the Concordia 1 Messrs nelra and James S MInary the 00 2 414 5 0 017 latter place The evidence against them Cloverport 1 of Mr Thomas J Mnary Sromtslog soni 000360C1 118 Manager of the Louisville Railway was not sufficient to hold them over to The game was prettily played all Company will spend the summer In this city next term of grand Jury and they were returned from the through some few errors occurred Helm MInary has already Boaton and James released School of Technology In There were two hundred people present S MInary will return in a few days from Har To have seen the large gathering of and all took great interest in the gime vard University Coulrer Journal friends at Monday evenings west bound Manager Hamman has taken it upon Mlssea Maggie Bowmer left Saturday for train one would have presumed that himself to erect a grand stand and get Cincinnati Elisabeth Skillman went to Louis Â¬ ville Monday evening Cupid was leavirg with one of our fair the lot in shape He will endeavor to ladles will join Mrs WalterThese two young Sherman who Is girls No t It was tho departure of Miss havo a gime every week with the very bererthe guest of her parent Mr and Mrs for her Allien Murray one of Cloverporta most best clubs and should be given encour- Â¬ W II Bowmer and who wilt letve Bowmer Misses In Toledo 0 Friday popular Intelligent and charming young agement as be has been to a good deal home Skillman will be with Mrs Shermaa for and ladles She goes to California via Hen Â¬ of expense everal months derson where Miss Alice Dixon a most NOTBU rhe Hon Jdnas D Wilson has receiv- Â¬ excellent young woman joins her to ed his commission as P M of this town Hall saved a pretty fly make tha trip with her They will signed by the old man His Excellency Livers is a bard pitchef remain at ui Francisco for ten days or Thero is one thing peculiar about his Stader can hollow for balls more then they go to Salt Lake City autograph tho he dont dot his Id Mr Utah where they will visit the Misses Receipts amounted to 5 50 Wilson will tako possession to morrow Murray who formerly resided here Everything went off quietly U Jf Nevitt of Brandenburg was on There will bo a petition put before All eyes turn towards Hammaa the Str Tarascon Sunday en routa fo the County Court which convenes at hishome at Brandenburg Mr Nevitt Jim Satterueld is safe at the bat Hardiuaburg In July asking the prlvl Yeager stays behind the bat to a was making the trip in the interest of legeof building a road from Cloverport the Ellendale fulr which takes place In naish to Tar Springs and beyond intersecting There were several visitors from a dis- Â¬ Auguat He Is one of the professors in the Oweasboro road at Pisgah church the school at that plaoe Thta road will pass over the farms of tance Tom Burdett figured prominently with i RB Oglesby Barrett tract O A Esk oimuua rvuiKj his mouth ridjffr Mm Mary OConnell P A Dho BMbs Nellie SlmonB of this city and Honrv O Dry an did well not to havo Dr David whlta of Stephousport will Bae Dr Hunt Tar Springs property Cincinnati Cooperage Co and others any practice be married today at the homo of tho This movement should bo given all of Tbo ladies looked pretty upon the brldos grandmother Mrs Thos Saltor tho mipfjort possible m a good road from grand stand fleld Rav Donald Q rant pastor of tho this town to the Springs is very much Tha Hawesvllle club will play Clovor Presbyterian church will perform tho nncded Tlio cent ol constructing tha port Thursday Julyl the ceremony It will be n quite affair road will be small Hawesvllle will go back with their only tho relatives and a few intimate head down Thursday Oh night last week aai owl appeared friends will be present Tho Concordia club is hard to beat Miss Simons la bright attractive of back yard ot R E Moonaaas in the an amiable disposition and has many who lives on thai hill and mad a way they are all up to sauff The Coseonllas are all smooth play friends who wIhIi her well Dr Wlilto with owl of his fine hens A portloa Is formerly from TobltiBport Ind butlu at tho hen had been leftsj Mr Moor art Thay have ta be watched tho laot fow years located at Stephens tho iwtfc algki to mum aofa siewl tat Yob caat dawn t portlupfactlceof medlciue Ho Isasterl iBgyoHBg man and will smudy roach ol midooiefe Um if k w4m it eowos ta gotttsg a nmhi iooMM sw tii top of the ladder in his profession ktttt itt a poeoHor Abailxauiek itey Hoyserim sxoooiWwoJy wli m4 The Nkwn wishes thorn all the lmnpl viMkMtfag Mr Mow won k IyMy oowpHwiootoJ o ttoa hl flmf mow tttot ca be gotta out of thlHlifo bsiMtn TlMy will rnako Btepheseport their vsaQM wwtt to kU ooep and I tjate waul hit Mryiri to Awl a MnniijrWWMoWoytkow vosgfoot iWmo hoeaa outer omU tToW sslooWoKt of omom a- Aim 4 of oasoaaotadx largo -To tort A fei ii oratehatt of tbo fcov Bio ojfoorpi of imI tOMoodt ofeotnY oft latafltf Umoo looi QlitliTAlelw fttelsMttvo Bote ooiyllH sVafa to mo brooch doom term la tv oaop lor tfcUg thMioottU ho ttooowor wot in MPI osbibitiou muI otiooototi qolto Mo by Hi A Shall lMl of f4 Â¬ fVCi oiewb Stilz irs Iaco is shipping a car of tobacco a day Several more residences are needing paint Tho latest in band bows for ladies R Touiey wtnt to LonUrllle vuoilT Mlil Carrie tatntr ofOrmllew li In Ilia elty Kujena Magnet want to Irringloa yeiter- da Teller of First National Bank Ownnsboro Arrested For Em lipzzllno 2130 oF tbo Banks Funds Un Confrtsgos All Wild Cherry Phosphate Qyf A Tutts Liver Pills NEVER DESPAIR will cure you Delicious Beverage In Extract farm mora easily and quickly pre- Â¬ pared than Lemonade It was Is Put Undor n 10000 Bnntl Tor His Apponr- nnco At llto January Tnrm Or tho For sick headache dyspepsia sour stomach malaria torpid liver constipation biliousness nnd all kindred diseases 1 US Court Tutfs Liver Pills an absolute cure that Ird him tnst The Only Beverage INDORSED BY THE HIS FAMILY WELL KNOWN HERE TIih OPiiiboro Messpngsr of E Â¬ Â¬ latins 1 Thursday plvis tho following Kutphlc account of lliulnnfnll of Henry S Hart n proinlnont young man and teller of thu First National Bank of Hint city Tho nilalr created iw imiuh tnlk mid exillemcnt In this city and throughout tho county as It did in OffotiBboro from tho fnct that his family Is well known nnd hglily conncctrd hero having form erly lived in the county There Is much sympathy nnd universal rejrpt for tho good mother and sister of tho miforttt nnto young man The MfB3ener snys Henry 8 Hart tellur and Konural book keeper of tho Frst Natlonnl bnnk was arrested yesterday of 0votnboro for cmbtzMng f2l0 of tho banks funds He had confessed his guilt to Bank Kxamlner lCsiott Ho was taken beforo United NIiUih CommlasloiiDr Bell and waiving an exnmtiilng trial wasndmltlptl to ball In tho sum of 100M until tho neitt January Inrin of Unllpd Slates court In this city Tho matter created intonso pxclto merit and great sorrow throughout tho city as Henry Hart wos held In the hgh est esteem and his ftmlly are universally beloved On Monday ngtit National Bank Ex Â¬ aminer James S Escott arrived In tho city for the purpoao of making his regit Inr lnrpcutlon of the natlonnl hanks here and on Tuesday morning wont to work on the books of the First National About 4 p in Mr Escott discovered that the accounts of foreign banks did not balance and when ho called tho atten-Â¬ tion of Mr Hart the bjok keepor to the Irregularity Mr Hart coufoesed to tho examiner that tho canse or the discre Â¬ pancy In tho accounts was due to various amounts which had been taken out by himself and chargul to other banks Mr Hart then went over tho books with the examiner and pointed out the various entries In which the shortage occurred It it quired until shout midnight Tues Â¬ day to complete the Investigation and at Its conclusion Mr Hart atked tho examiner and the bank officers to give him until 10 oclock Wednesday morn ing to see Ilia friends and fit euro a suiTic-1-snm to reimburse the bank for U o entire shortagp amonnting to 21H0 and as the proposition was a satisfactory one with the lank Mr Escott consent- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ thoso temptations in a young mans life to extravagance which could not bo met with a salary of only 75 a month He explains that he at one tlmo carrlo n dnht of about 1000 In auntlmr hank that his sureties be come Insolvent and payment of the noto was demanded and to avoid suit on It ho took the money from the First Nationals funds Tha remainder of his shortage he claims was due to pretBlng debts of the faintly of long years stand ing The principal shortng was carried on thu books of tho bank by falsifying the account of the First National of New York to tho extent of 1000 and likewise tho account of tho American Natlon nl of Loulsvlllo for 1000 Of tho re Â¬ mainder ho had taken 100 from tho safe and 30 from tho cash drawer 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Womans Cbrisiian Temperanoe Union And Used in Their Fountains OF THOUSANDS of Families are now using It Instead cr It Is sold only aa a beverage yet It Is practically a drink and food combined It aols on the brain nerve tissues nnd bone There Is nothing known to Materia Medloa better than phosphate for the stomach Only pure phosphates and wild cherries are used In preparing It Directions on each bottle One 25 cent bottle makes four gallons The Cooling Influence of Wild Cherry Phosphate Is at once apparent and It goes di- Â¬ rectly to the spot In a most delightful way TENS Bright Bubbling Sparkling wilh Bracing YJ Strength and Lasting Vigor Harts Shortage Paid Firm Sundays Me srnger Off There is Ilealth in Every Drop Palatini In fhn rmirlh fit f paaffnri vntti trtmnti with tho Cool Dellghtrul Beverage Put up In lOo 15c 25c and SOo bottles Fresh Supply at Tho entire-- amount of Henry S Harts shorlagu with tho First National bank ninonnllig ta 210 was paid lo tho bank yesterday Now that his friends havo mailo good the shortage a strong ebrt will ho made tosla the prosecution ngtlnst Hart in thu federal court Tho flrct step to be made in that direction will be to inter Â¬ cede with Attorney General JlcKennn to havo tho prosecution dismiss Ex District Attorney G W Jolly and and young Harts mother will visit Wnsliit gton to make this Intercession Mr E ott o Louisville the bank ex Â¬ aminer who detected Harts shorlrg has promised to use his Influence with the authoiltUs at Washington in his be- Â¬ half The Outlook for Tobacco The Nkws met Mr Ferd Owen last week who has been traveling over this county and several other counties In the State looking after fohncco and getting the facts as to the present crop on hand and the growing crop He says In the McDanlels and Hudsonville sections of Breckenridge county where there was formerly grown from 1500 to 2000 acres there Is not now In the entire neighbor- Â¬ hood more than 50 acres planted and what Is planted Is badly missing having been eaten up by the grasshoppers He thinks there Is about 25 per cent of last years crop In thu hands of the farmers In thu Custer neighborhood he found about half a crop hurley planted in a radius of five miles and this he said was all he found In the county with the ex- Â¬ ception of Z no Hendrlck near Hardlne bnrg who has ten acres as fine ss he Mr Hendrlck has 30 hogsÂ¬ ever saw heads of old burley on hand which will bring him a weiy handsome price Alf Taylor sold last week 13 hhds Builey at G to 13 which cost him 180 Foster Lyons sold 13 hhds tips which cost him less than 2 cents for 7 round Mr Lyons will make a very handsome thing on tobacco this year E T Taber Webster sold 4 hhds at 5 to 9 J McCoy Clifton Mills 3 hhds 5 to 850 Alf Oreudorf 2 hhds very poor at 450 to 7 In the Webster neighborhood there are only four small crops planted Mr John Dean has reports from 100 farmers in the Bennettaville and Fords ville sections which shows the present crop to be CO per cent of last year Pre Â¬ sent condition rank and uneven with a gnpu ileal missing worms abundant - SULZERS rSSXSS5S Old Sol I getting In some god work those dayp and you should be prepared to protect - ravs for be vourself from his tr rj aaov mr will be with us for some Hum and the weather men say hell cook everyone In his reach If theyre not clad in our as- Cool Summer Wearing Apparel We now have everything that is desirable In tho way of Summer Dry Goods and Dress Goods Un- Â¬ derwear Shoes and Slippers Light Summer Suits Straw Ilats Parasols Umbrellas Fans Etc We are giving bargains every day in Summer Furnishings and take special pains in fitting you up comfortably for the hot summer months Prices suited to the tims hard times too 535S25 EKRON W E BROWN IRVINGTON CI ed Â¬ Â¬ Clovntkf - gr - i However at noon Wednesday Hart had not reported to the bank with the money and Mr Eicott went before Uuited States Commifsioner Bill and swore out a warrant against Hart charg- Â¬ ing him with embt zzemont of funds of the First National bank In various sums aggregating f 2100 United Slates Dis- Â¬ trict Attorney Smith of Louisville had been notified by wire of the shortage by Mr Escott and was prestnt to direct the The warrant was legal proceeding placed in the hands of United States Deputy Marshal Moeo Bulllngton who accompanied by J W Ashby went to the residence of Harts mother to make the arrest Hart was found in bed and when the deputy marshal entered the room he jumped out of bed and snatched Ills a pistol from nndar the pillow mother ran to him seiz- - d the weapou and implored him not to make any re- Â¬ sistance He at once acceded to his mothers entreaties gve up his weapon and went with the officers At his re Â¬ quest Mr Bulllngton walked some dis tance ahead while Mr Hart ami Ashby followed In the rt nr Hart was taken to the custom house and delivered to Commissioner Bell He sent for his attorneys Messrs 0 S Wal- Â¬ ker and R W Slack and It was not long until quite a number of his friends were present His attorneys tlrst asked that a time bo sot for his examining trial and the commissioner set It for Friday morning and fixed his ball at 5000 He asked to be allowed to employ a guard to which the commissioner con Â¬ sented but the marshal refused to guard him He tli on waived examination and executed bond in the sum of 10000 for his appearance at the first day of the next January term of the United States court which will bo the 24th day of the month Ills sureties aro Clint Griffith E II Luckett Jr Johu D Elliott Blair GUmour J H Hickman n G Artls R S nughes J E Englehard D M Grltllth a J Bhnekelford and II B Eagles An agreemout was signed by the sureties binding each to pay an equal sum lit the event of default Henry Hurt Is about -- 7 years old II o Is tho only son of Mrs Mary Ellon Hurt who for many years has beon a teacher His In tho public schools ol Owensboro only Bister is one of the mcut accom Â¬ plished music Unoliuro of the city No family in thu city stands hlghur Mrs Hart is ii sitter of thu lute Clint M cClarty of LouIbvIIIh Bho Is a gentle Christian lady whoso lifo hss beou most beautiful Shu httaIdofdhcrson and he has no faults iu her eyes Thu devotion of both his motlierand litter should have IihJ the highest Incentive to allfo of rectitude Wthfotyc eMtKinan And whllo ho hoo boon dovoM otul wot to tfcow Uo 009 loo noi boon oopoblo of jpy--- 5 Albert Crajcroft is on the sick list Ernest Brown spent Sunday with his When you Oo brother Sing to Mr Eskridge was in Lovisvllle several lV mJT Ifardinstrarg days last week Miss Nottio Carico spent lait week with Mis ISettie Jones AT THE Jim Mitchell of Mooleyville spent several days hero last week Henry Nevitt and Vol Wright wore Only 100 Per Day here ono evening last week Dave Henry and Mr Nail represented their respective homo here last Mon day Good Sample Rooms Bea Gncdry attended the teachers examination In Brandenburg Friday and Saturday Dr Warfiold and daughter Hattle and Jim JoneB were In Brandenburg trading last week None but tha County Surveyor to do your J P Shacklett and wife spent Satur work lie is the auihotizi Surveyor of the day night and Sunday with his father County Is an experienced workman and He is also Notary Public knows his bualneij near Guston writes Deeds and takes Acknowleugemedts Charges alwaya Reasonable Mrs B W Shacklett and Mrs J G Atldreai Shacklett were tho guests last TJiurslay of Dr Warfleld and family Stephen Richardson arrived unexpect- Â¬ COUNTY SURVEYOR edly last week to visit his relatives here HARDINSBURO KY and at Brandenburg this his flst trip home in eight years The L II A St 17 advertise one fare tho round trip all along the road for tho 4th so we oxpoct visitors from all points next Saturday the day of the picnic here Society was on a boom tho past week Burtie Bruner entertained tho young folks on Wednesday night and on Satur Â¬ day nght Lottie and Grocy McDonald entertained tho same crowd an enjiya blu tlmo was reported at both places Ekron bos under gone several chang s in the past few woeks Mr Eakrtdgu having moved here from Hardlusburg will open an undertaking and furniture Unless you need th em and store In R S Dowells store room Mrk then only ruitE drugs such as Dowell Is closing out his stock ofgods are sold by responsible drug preparatory to quitting business J P gists We keep only the best Shacklutt has moved opposite tho depot whuro ho will handle drugs hardware That is the great distinction to nud saddlery be looked for when the time NexV Saturday July 3rd is the day for comes that you need them the grand Ekron plculo and Messrs Nowhere else will you find so Shacklett and Tobln the proprIetorshave A good complete- a stock employed every means to mako It a riow to begin that rMedi time The beautiful grove has been ouccMM clrfe welleltd Mil fitted up with aoots Tltoy kv oUod a Hno lot ol Hm of aR Wos os ail wooorlyilacw with twwo4y tjoi We carry a Imoswh fsotoM mOMaHciltaH of isio otooM from t loa to Toitoi foaxk oaf owry irooctip Madia oWnoy oaa toga oowy h sMfJsiffgbsMkatvlIU tkm FfM rigitt STOP BARNES HOUSE Â¬ Best Accommodations YOU SHOULD EMPLOY Â¬ Another MVs Good Woman Gone Ellzibeth Fisher wifo of the late John Fisher died very suddently last Thursday afternoon at the home of her daughter Mrs Ely Dean near Glen deane Mrs Fishor was subject to heart trouble and has been a suffer from this fatal malady for a number of years Last Thursday she seemed unusually well was bright and cheerful conversed freely with her daughter and appeared Dinner came on in the best of spirits and sheato heartily after which she took herusual place in the household got her pipe and smoked as was her usual habit and seemed in the best of health Later on sbo complained to her daughter of smothering spoils that sho felt weak and tired and her daughter advised her to llu down and rest She said no It was not necessary that she would soon get over It Mrs Dean be- Â¬ came alarmed and sont for Dr Demp Â¬ ster who camo In a little while gave hor relief as best he could but it was only temporary About Bix oclock she got up out of her chair and walked to her room to Ho down Just as eliu reached her bed shu full over with a gasp and before any one could roach her shu was dead Mrs Fishor was in her 72nd year a splendid Christian woman loved and cherished by bur children and all who know her Blic was a member of tho Baptist church to which she wm devoted and lived m shu died a pufo Okriotian woman She feovee qlte a wmW chlldroa an I tpowdtiwm oy who she wos tawd oawl to wfcooa otto wiM to CHINTZ ROYALTY Dont use Drugs - eo4 aei km WieoMfapmM yv tab to boose boo MUtfeetooiWQfsiNsay w4 Wti to 1m mm iV W old ni root SStSrStl ItO-- f tJiqriNoa VMlt uor 1 imei HARDING aajlt WW tMHj r 6 laJ1flCTj5gMg5 MufynFT i -- DJLi aSJMBS News VO SJJWMHBJIw WlPflflwiMflfflNiffW7fHBI3P iVW MwWiii1itIWpiiitfcliilMliiiil I ii IIHiHIWHigiH 1 lWWiMrr VWWtF I1I51TTI3PSLZ2 rWi A flnelcy Minister rilr Jobu Drnmmoud Hay was a flno horseman nud on ono occasion having bceu to interview tbo Moorish forolgn minister at El Araisb 00 mllos from Tangier ho desired to catoh the outgo- Â¬ ing steamer which left next morning Ho had arranged that four relays of horses should bo iu readiness for his re- Â¬ turn On obtaining his reply ho rodo off His escort thoughtfully provided by tho governor of El Aralsh wcro early iu the raco left behind They declared that Sir John after outruchig them spread largo wings nud flow away Ou arriving nt Ho woro n looso capo the town of Aznlla half way to Tangier ho discovered that his rolay was locked up in tho stablo nud summoning somo loafers ho batterod in tho door ob Â¬ tained his mount and rodo on till ho camo up to his own pony Ou reaching tbo river ho jumped his pony into tho ferryboat and out again on tho oppo Â¬ site sido and finally reached Tangier having riddon tho distance in flvo hours On another occasion when out with his children n fanatio attacked him and ono of his ehildren nnd Sir John struck tho man with the cano ho carried such a blow as stretched him seemingly lifeless on tho ground ouly vouchsafing tho remark Tako away tho corpse Tho crowd drow back and tho bigoted pilgrim wus taken to tho hospital So Bovcro was tho out givcu by tho cano a present from Sir Walter Scott to Sir Johns father that wo nro told that tho basha sent to inquiro tho nature of tho wenpon which had caused so dangerous a wound The companions of tho fanatio interceded for him nnd Sir John only too ready to listen to them had his as Â¬ sailant spared tho bastinado Loudon Spectator w rw1 VV THEl v RRdltJMRliDQm NmiTS GnOYmROfiLF KY Was Growing Worse Llvor and Stomach Troubles Too Wonk Ablo to Do All Hor Housowork I Whs under tbo euro of a physician for two years and ho wa trentlng me for stomach and liver troubles and femalo difficulties but I only grow worse undor ha treatment I was so weak I could do hardly any work I was at last induced to try Hoods Sirsaparilla and Hoods Pills and theso medicines havo done mo so much Rood that I now weigh 112 pounds and am able to do all my house Work I firmly believo Iabould have been in jny gravo today it it had not been for My littlo girl was Hoods Sarsnparllla afflicted with phthisic 1 gavo her Hoods Sarsaparilla and It has relieved her 701 University Mrm It B Harper Breckenridge WKDNEHHAY Mythical Crefttnrea JUNE 1897 fffiiplpiM the tub silo Does aood Work nnd I liccoinlnff More 1opular Ererjr Seiieon The farmer t1io uro using tbo tub silos nro iu ovury caso so fnr ns I can wlenru well plouscd with thcin They en u Ixi built nt half tho oxpcimo of tho squuto or rectangular Mlo mid they coiuuicuil themselves iu ovcry way to It tho small farmer and dairyman Thoy call bo constructed of 3 by 0 scantling but thoy should bo bovclcd not grooved mmmm TUB SltO UNDER A SHED or tongned writes a correspondent of Itural Now Yorker and authority for tho following Tho reason for hoveling is this If put up otherwise they corao in contact only nt tho interior edgo Should thcro lo u knotholo or an irregularity in tho scantling or should it by shrinking bo con o slightly warped there it would bo almost impossible to mako it airtight Hovo the scantling bovoled nt tho mill Tell tho sawyer what sized Rilo you purposo to build and ho will bevel them so that they will exactly fit The additional expeuso will bo less than that of attempting to stop up tho cracks with rugs We do not desiro to stop all shrinking and swelling When filled wo wish tho silo to swell souio to aid in making tighter joints and then when empty wo want it to shrink so that nioisturo cannot collect between the staves and rot them out Tho coating of coal tar on the inside applied nftcr tho hoops aro drawn up tight is entirely sufllcicnt Hot tar is vory penetrating and will find its way into every crevice thoroughly excluding tho air Whether it will lust longer or bo moro elTcctivo than when thinned with gasolino I cautiot state Thcro cau now bo pur chased in tho market tar paint ready for application In our experienco with tliis tho man who was painting tho in- Â¬ terior was twico overcomo by tho nox ious gases and was compelled to leuvo the silo Gas tar may bo purchased very cheaply and when heated slightly makes a very efficient paint Trinidad asphalt may bo purchased for about 3 a barrel This if used alone is fo brittle upon becoming hard that it soou cracks and is worthless Mixed in the proportion of nino parts Trinidad asphalt to ono part of gas tar and heat td it makes u viiluablu application for roofs stablo floors or silo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ To Prevent Hoc Cholera A Wisconsin stock grower writing to tho Iowa Homestead says Wo believe if you could educuto tho breeders and feeders how to feed and tako raro of their hogs there would bo very littlo hog cholera iu tho country Wo believo hog cholera can bo prevent Â¬ ed Wo havo raised hogs for 35 years ami havo had cholera but onco during that time Thero is too much corn fed to pigs A variety of feed should bo fed Young pigs should get very littlo corn until they uro months old If thoy aro fed for health and growth tho first six months of their lives with proper care the chances uro they never will hovo cholera Afterward they should havo tho run of n good grass pasturo and all tiio salt and ashes they will cut plenty of mill feed good water and abovo all n good plaro to sleep in Their pens should bo cleaned out ovcry day and their bedding twico a week If farmers would grow moro root crops and less com anil feed their hogH a good supply during the winter thero would bo less cholera iu the country 1 alter tho picnic Rev 0en Young returned from Rock port Friday where ho hai been holding a series of meetiigi 0 B IUtes preached at Tauls scliool houso Sunday evening to a large audi Â¬ ence Mr Bates is an excellent talker Coffee a n Disinfectant MiusLulu Brickey returned home Sun- Â¬ Tho ubo of coffco as a disinfectant is gcncrully known but it is doubtful if day after a visit of two weeks with rela- Â¬ the mujority of pcoplo aro awuro of its tives at Tar Fork Her uncle B II truo vuluo in this direction Thoy prob Â¬ Wilson accompanied her home ably know that it is handy and harm Â¬ V B Burton candidate for Sheriff less but besides theso qualities it is sajs all the voters that havo died and all really ono of tbo most powerful and effective agents known as has bceu that liavu been sentenced to the penitenshown by repeated experiments In ono tiary in this county since the primary caso u quantity of meat was placed iu election wero all staunch Republicans n closo room and allowed to decomposo and were all soul and body Burton men A chafing dish was thcu introduced aud COO grams of coffco wero thrown on DID YOU KNOW tho tiro Iu a few minutes tho room That Balltown was not incorporated entirely disinfected Iu an had been other room tho fumes of sulphurotcd Thai Jim Perkins had made a ham- Â¬ hydrogen aud ammonia wero developed mock and thu smell which no words cau ex That Miss Ada thinks her fellow real press vus destroyed iu half n miuuto by tho uso of 00 grams of coffee As Frank n proof that tho noxious smells arc real- Â¬ That C B Pate is a hustling iner- ly decomposed and not meroly overpow chant ered by the fumes of coffee it is stated That James Taul is a candidate for that tho first vapors of tho coffco nro not matrimony swelled nt all und nro thcreforo chemically absorbed while tho other smells That Frank labeling says Grace be Â¬ gradually diminish as tho fumigation tween meals continues Tho merest pinch of coffco That Fred Frank h g tting tired ot a is usuully sufllcicnt to clcanso a sick- Â¬ room even in aggravated cases Tho bachelors life best way to employ it is to freshly That Miss Alico thinks tho preachers pound tho coffco iu n mortar if no mill are all handsome is at hand and sprinklo it on a rcdhot That Miss Bessie desires to bu Taul as iron surface New York Ledger well aa handsome Earth Movements Thht Miss Bailie of Becchfoik likes Professor Joseph Lo Couto recently Rice without sugar read a paper beforo tho Geological SoThat MissSallie of Irvlnton admires ciety of Amcricu from which wo loam that there uro two primaiy aud perma Â¬ a Whitehouse very much 7 nent kinds of movements of tho earths Thar your scriliu is lookirg for a rich crust namely those which couso con- Â¬ lady in the last sti g i of consumption tinental surfaces und occauio basins who wants to marry and thosu which by interior contraction detenu ino mountains of folded struc- Â¬ Some for ten some for twenty and ture Tiicso two aro determined tho ono by unqual radial contraction tho some for thirty years havo suffered from other by unequal concentric contraction piles and then have been quickly and that is contraction of tbo interior permanently cured by using DdWitts moro than tho exterior Thcro nro nlso Witch Hazel Salve the great remedy for two secondary kinds of movement piles and all forms of tkin diseases which modify tho effects of tho other Short Haynes two und coufuso oar understanding of them Theso arc first oscillatory moveWEBSTER ments affecting largo areas and isos tatio movements or gruvitativo readjustments by erosion and sedimentaCopious rains tion In the minds of somo writers oscillatory movements havo masked and Corn is in good condition obscured the effects of continent nud The oat crop will be good ocean basin making and isostnsy has Times are easior we all feel it concealed tho effects and prevented tho proper interpretation of ull tho others J I Babbaga was hero Saturday It is believed that to mako sccuro prog Fruit of all kinds is very abundant ress o uiusS keep tlicso several kinds S Geo Hook Garfield was here Sun- Â¬ of movements distinct iu our minds Sau Fraushco Chronicle day No scarcity of money at an auction or For Succcm In War show For success iu war tho iudisponsablo Wheat ia much baltjr than farmers complement of intellectual grasp und insight ii a moral power which en expected ables a man to trust tho inner light n Kti i ui kti u povirr which dominates hesitation audV 18th a flie the by sustains action iu tho most tremendous II G Stewart went to Louisville Sun emeigencies und which from tho for Â¬ midable character of tho difficulties it day to ylslthislamily is called to confront is iu uo men so Mrs Wm Allen has been seriously 111 J conspicuously promiucut as in thoso of typhoid fever far three weeks who uro cutitled to rank among great The aucton sales at Clilton Mills wero captains Tho two elements montal aud moral power aro often found sepa- Â¬ well attended and liberally patronized rately ruicly iu duo combination Iu Misses Ella and Norrle Kurlz returned Nolsou they met and their coiucidouco lait week from a protracte 1 visit to Louiswith tho exceptional opportunities af forded him constituted his good fortune ville A J Dyo went to Louisville Tuesday and his greatness Captain Mahaus Lifoof Nohou with several hogsheads of nice hurley Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Now that tho cold light of sclcnco has thrown its ray upon tho rnoit re Â¬ mote parts of our globo thero is no longer room for legoudary creatures snvo tho sea sorpent and wo aro told that tho mermaid is nothing moro thnn a dugong a unicorn either n rhinoceros or n Tibetan antelope whilo tho cook atrlco tho phoenix and tho roc appear to bo puro imaginations Bat in tho Elizabethan ago an ago when tho dodo had but recently been these nud many other discovered mythical creatures were if not living at all events actual realities to the ordi nary public and ai such wcro referred to iu the works of tho great dramatist and other contemporary writers Wo meet for instauco in tho Winters Mako rao not sighted Tnlo tho line aud iu Tho Tem- Â¬ liko tho basalisk pest Now I will bollevo that thoro aro unicorns But not only was moro or less of orcdulity given to tho exist enco of tlicso and such liko fabulous monsters but a web of mystio loro encircled tho most common aud best known of beasts birds and fishes Who for instance is forgotful of tho popular superstitions connected with tho sala mander tho newt and tho blindworm aud who fnils to remember Whites ac count of tho shrcwush at Solborne Aud if such suporstitious still survivo among uneducated peasants of tho pres ent day wo may bo assured that two centuries ugo they wcro fully beliovcd by tho higher classes Nature Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Our Neighbors MATTINGLY Wheat harvest is about completed here Fred Wise who lias beeu 111 for some limp is better Ilido your pocket books until Ittco Bates picnic July 3d Owen Whitohotiso is at home sick He has symptoms of heart trouble Miss Melvina Taut was visiting her cousin Miss Docle Bates last week B P Frank is doing somo plastering for James Harris near Hardinsbtirp this Avenue Knoxvlllo Tennessee week Road working has commenced and the subject of road tax is thoroughly dis- Â¬ cussed each day Mies Ida Frank weut to Tarfork Satur- Â¬ day to visit relatives Site will stay tilt iFARMERSll 3 H Have Your Clover Hulled on 4 I The New IT WILL j W Is tho best In fact tho Ono Truo Stood Purifier At all druggists Uo suro to get Hoods curollverllHcasytotako k easy to operate 2Sccnts rlOOu S Hoods Fills Sarsa-parilfa u business and tho future out look but tho croaker draws his darksomo veil of hoary mots a little further down over his eyes and says no prosperity The sympathy of this community goes out to the bereaved family of Mr Wm Hall and Mr Prout in this sad hour of bereavement in the loss they have sustained of a loving and devoted wife a kind and affectionate daughter and sister Birdsell J Huller Co 3 3 fr -- i of Ball Frank An Ancient Telephone rt Â¬ Â¬ Serviceable Farm Gate A farm guto recommended by Coun try Gentleman as cheap durabla and eucily constructed is hero depicted It is morticed and dovetailed as shown Every joint is n brace and ecu- - - - ii A Looilou Incident Landlords iu poor districts iu London aro not ullowcd to tako tho tools of a defaulting tenant for rcut Yet a wom an compluiued to tbo magistrato in west Loudon that her landlord had seized her sewing machinofor rent and so had deprived her of tho means of livelihood Tho machine did not belong to her She had it on tho liiro system Tho magistrate told her that sho could not recover it and sho would not only havo to loso tho machine but also to pay its vuluo to tho Arm from which she hired it Womans Journal Â¬ tobacco Edisou may read with interest that in SAND CAVE FLAT 1783 M Linquotdola Bastillo issued a prospectus published iu the Corro spoudeuco Secrete London 1788 vol Plenty of rain umo 14 pago 903 of a singular ma Crops growing chino or experienco of tho propagation of Laying by corn sound nnd tho voico through tubes prolonged to a grcnt distance If it succeed- Â¬ Cultivatiug common sense ed ho nunounccd people would be ablo Squirrel law Is out and wo aro glad to maintain with their sweethearts nnd The storm on the night of tho 23d did friends at a distance of somo hundreds of leagues a couversation which would somo damage to fruit and crops become somowhat publio on tho wny Mr and Mrs Oliver Shellman enter Â¬ but by suppressing tho names no one tained on the night of the 10th inst would bo iu tbo secret of tho interlocu- Â¬ All the young folks attended Child- Â¬ tors But it is not recorded that tho schemo was put into practice In a pa Â¬ rens Day at Stephensport last Sunday per published in Llllustration for Miss Daisy Sargent of Derby Iud 1854 by M Charles Bourscul ho says was the guest of her Bister Mrs Frank Lot us imagino thnt n person speaks Shellman last week near to n mobilo plato sufficiently flexi Miss Annie Bennett of Sample and bio not to loso nny ot tho vibrations pro- Â¬ duced by his voice aud that this plato Mr Nuwsoin Gardner of Uulon Star wero the guests of Miss Jncy Mclvaughan interrupts and establishes accordingly communication with a battery Then wo Sunday might havo nt a dlstauco another plato This scribe has just roturned from which would givo nt tho sumo timo tho Clovorport whero wo were very pleas Â¬ snino vibrations An eloctrio battery by relatives and two vibrating plates nud a wiro would antly entertained Iu apportioning tbo hon Â¬ friends all of whom wo liopo to mett bo sufficient ors of telephonio discovery M Boursoul again at least would seem entitled to a share We regret to hear of the death of G T Now York Tribune Payne of Lodiburg and extend our con- Â¬ dolence to the bereaved wife and daugh Watch Chain of lluruan lionet ter and can only point them to Him Gyrus O Thornton n farmer living a who doeth all things well and who alone fow miles out of Bolivar has au odd is the widows friend watch chain It is mado of human E C Babbage local editor of the bones Tho chain consists of eight links moro tbau Nkws Thats right young man follow each a triflo plated rings an inch long Tho chain is connoctcd by in fathers footsteps but with Ernest about ten Indies long nnd has beeu high Â¬ find a gem ly polished by years of wear and glis efforts and if perchance you that father has passed by pluck it and tens liko Ivory add to your crown of laurels Thornton secured tho chain at Peters Sociability and politenessis incumbentig Va in 1804 Ho wns n momber r on us in a certain sense yet it is just as of Company E Fiftioth Now York en gineers A incumbent to be discreet in our choice Now York member of tho Twenty first infantry mado two chains of intimate friends For some are whilo confined in Libby prison and on Only f lends lhat flutter near bis rolcaso met Thornton and sold him While fortunes sun Is watm ono chain for 50 in greenbacks Thorn- Â¬ Hut itartle If a cloud appear ton has forgottcu tho makers name And fly before the storm Tho bonos wero taken from ampntatcd arms nnd legs and it required 18 Dont tobacco bpittnd Nmoie tour Ure Arts months time to carve out tho chains To quit tobacco easily and forovor be mag nutlc full of life nervo and vigor take For many years after ho camo homo tho woniter worlier that makes weak men from tho war Thornton woro tho chain strong All druggists WW or II Cure guaranovcry day but for several years Bo has teed Uoolilet and gampio free Address Sterling Uemody Co Chlcairn or New York worn it only on Memorial day nud nt Grand Army rounions Somo of his neighbors onco laughed at tho idea of Colonial Fear of Lawyer tho bones being taken from human bod- Â¬ Iu tho columusof tho Now York Gaz Â¬ ies nud ho sent tho chain to a surgeon Â¬ etteer of Sopt 8 1780 thero was a par who examiued it and pronounced it to agraph lamenting the incrcaso of law Â¬ bo of humau bones Fall River Nows yers ns threatening to tho futuro pros- Â¬ perity of tho community and degrading Tho Servian Army to freemen An honest trado in for- Â¬ A curious thing connected with tho mer days said tho writor was all Servian army is tbo manner iu which that pcoplo of common ability and edu- nearly all tho regimouts carry the big cation wero umbitious of but now uo drum Instead of boiug slung iu front profession is genteel but tho lawyor nud of the man who plays it this instrument tho merchant Tho lawyors nro now is put upon a small two wheel cart creopiug into every post of importance drawn by a largo dog tho latter being nnd thrusting thomselvos wherever so trained that ho keeps his placo oveu thero is a vacancy Our congress our through tho longest marches The assembly aro crowded with thorn and drummer walks behind the cart nnd oveu iu our groat commercial convon performs on tho instrument ns it goes tiou thcro aro flvo lawyers to ono mer- Â¬ along Each regimeut has two or threo chant drums but scarcely any of the regi xucuts havo a band Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Save All of Your Clover Seed Nicely SOLD BY p IJWPateCoi 3 JOLLY KY V WHAT MAN Wmild IK1V firm f r n TmwiiI it Im Ihrught he could get one to do equally a mu h woik I35 t 3 fr mil VX Wl I do Iho urn woilcrfany firo n aehinr nt the price Machlnn lent on tlial to reorisible 1 nrtiei West Virginia Supply Co Oen Agents Ky and W Va yS3cecajMfiBe WHEELING W VA uu S3 eeaj cesaees er v leesssseesse dt T k Noah Advertised The time of departure of the aik aud people who didnt believe in advertising had to stay out in the rain for forty days They undoubtedly changed their views but their post office address has never been learned Try an al In the NKWS fnr That Dull time Feel nf Are you going to get wet wjoj MAWliVWl ttV9V i AAMUNUMLN SHOULD BE OF FIRST CLASS WORKMANSHIP VV CORRECT PRICES UP-TO-DATE There is a great deal of money in hid Â¬ ing that should be sent on a debt paying mfsion EverettTaborwasinthoclty last week and sold his tobacco crop at hlgily grati- Cancer 0 the Face Â¬ Â¬ u MOIITISEIJ AND MUCED a ctructcd iu this way tho guto will not eaj but will awing freely if tho post to which it is attached is firmly set iu the grouud Devcloplnr 1lanta With Ktlier Considerable success has attended the treatment of plants with other Plants thus treated huvo been forced to do mora work than normal Conclusions nrotus yet not very deflnlto It seems prbbablo that the increased energy in dnccd by tho vapor of chloroform will bo followed in timo by collapse and death OeUlBjr Oat of Tetter Salt Rheum and Eczema The intense itching and smart in incident to theso diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bud coses havo beon permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite romedy for soro nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 23 cts per box Â¬ condition Toniu blood purifier and vermifuge They aro not food but medicine and tho best in uso to put a Prico 25 horse in primo condition cents per packago bArli Savlnsa Ilanki Switzerland has as many as 6S7 sav ings bauks iu which 1100640 persons or moro than a third of tho total popu lation aro depositors Everybody Bays So just what a horse needs when in bad Dr Cidjs Condition Powders nro It 4 And uow ladies ud gentlemen I will mako this said tbo hypnotist i yon man think ho in under tho influ- cxaioouoi the Mect sat still mJ appnr- sorrow fftt lioaMit look WBcJa liko h jag to mb said tM Md sotoa stun in tM Â¬ lit ftoat MrW Our you m v that M Jim m Jom ndiauApolig Journal retried I Mm h on his ant and rofrctlitnir to the taste act gently and positively on kidneys liver and bo welt clcnlni tho entire system dlapel colds W keadaelio fovor habitual constipation mhJ Wlkmsnen Ptcwo buy and try a box mOO to day 10 Miteou tJolUaoU giMMiMMd W euro by all dragiflaM derlul medical dftcovery of tho age pleas r la Mrs Laura E Minis of Dawson Oa Beauchamp A small pimple cf a strawberry says The times demand that a debt paying color appeared on my cheek it soon gospel be thundered forth from the pul- Â¬ began to grow rapidly notwithstand ing all efforts lo check it My pit and pres eye became terribly inflamed and was so Mrs Laura Kurlz attended the msilon svollen tbatfor quite ary meeting at Hawesvllle and roports a while I could not a delightful time see The doctors said I had Cancer of Charley Claycomb called at Mrs the most malignant Laura Kurtzs last Sunday just for a type and after ex- Â¬ change you know hausting their efforu f tv without tlotng me Tho individual who continually crirs jf9 any good they gave hard times Is a worse enomy to his coun- Â¬ p tile case as boneless When in try than a foreign too formed that my father had died from II G Stewart has hU threshing ma the same disease they said I must die wancer was incurable chlno loaded for shipment to Holt us uereuitarycrisis At this I was advised to try where lie will thresh this season SSSaudina short while the Cancel Miss Emma Kurtz will Join a party of began to discharge and continued todo so for several ladies at the Tar Springs the heal three months then it began to I continued the mediciue a while 1st oi July for the summer outing longer until the Cancer disapptared enHad you ever thought that many of tirely This was several years ago aud there has been no return of the disease the croakers of to day were making dole- Â¬ ful plaints when we had war prices Cancer is a blood disease aud only a Wathou B Henderson one of our SSS brightest and best young men has gone blood remedy will cure it guaranteed purely vegetable Is a real to Rolling Fork Miss to accept a good bood remedy and never falls to perposition there manently euro Cancer Scrofula Eczema The peoplo here are highly gra tilled at UheumatiatH or any other disease of the blood Send books being able to secure the services of Miss on Cancer and for our DwcaaM J11CKX Myra Hanks of Stepheftsport lo teach ma led free to our fall term of school any addrM Bmdstrt Dub s4 o4Ur umk a- - I Swift Specific couraflHly of ottr pmat voIum of 1 Co Atlanta Oa Â¬ fying figures Lee Walls and wife of Sample visited here last week the guesta of Mrs 0 Thcro Is u cypress iu tlio vicinity ot Padua which is looked upon as having been a contemporary of Julius Ctcsur aud nccording to another and moro plnusiblo legend it was against tho trunk of this trco thnt Francis I seeing ull lost savo honor endeavored to break bis sword THE MATVrCETS Kevloir of the OrIa and Uvestdok Mar Â¬ kets For June 30 Cincinnati Tobacco Market a ANOTHEBDEAl 1 fr VytWIVlr WEstlnutci FurnUlied -- 2S22 J E KEITH S CLOVERPORT KY SON Onorlugfor the wook llvjoo ioni forthevreok Actual suloifor iho wook ltecelpts for the week The prleo ou tho ofurluK i 003 tfiQiaoji follows UO csi tm i5i ai7 isao oij cm 131 Hhdi 8542 Our Own Price We jo iere of Ioncy Culicoetj worth be our j6 OnolUlnghami Ikci Ij Irkhlawnt 71 DOLLARS sale and iter 1 t- - 3000 i88 eUIR H Worth of Dry Goods Clothing nml Shoes bought for Spot Cash and nt riuwd S273 05 0 incnd to put thee goods on ever heard of tuatl 16 61 Itoatlt 26 i tun f3 lifts make the greatest SENSATJO Con 0 lltlsuurir ft 005 O0j fucdu s H UUCil 60 bulls stag aud cows ti Odd S6 Hogs 1riiue light IJ 0533 iU heavy M M1 46 common to fair U 25 ou OJj good f ttl lS3 Sheep Uxtro 13J t QJ 10 choice UO common IJ 593 luiubi 91 0 05 00j veal oilvei 0 00 Ciitlo lrlmo suit your interest and attend this Sale lce jc c 11 6U Clnclunatl Wheat 7080 Corn 20237Kc Cat tle Retooled butchers ft OOtitt Uo fair to 3 U3J Da medium common I J tt50 I 00 Hogj Selootcd nnd prtmo butcher 3 oil common 43 6093 6 packing 13 to rough I i 0033 4U Sheep 0 003 36 1 ioopcDft llootlcr Ladltt Veu rjutlerctli fc Ji 5 Ak 1 I I lot lot tChlMrvni Him only to tee our WJidow KhJi lloji Sul wonli no jc Calton Mj MrnUila taiiiplca worth t at 74c our locf 4c Â¬ lambt 13 LOSS S5 A Real Blood Remedy Â¬ 1 7638 OT Cattle Cholco butchers fair to jfood 13 004 1 C0i common f J 754 flofw Ynrkeri 18 7048 73 ml 1 3S U023 s Saokcrt 13 1003 Oi rough 93 to 01 fair Primo It oho 00 18 7S4 00 common 11 Z6Q1 75 lambt Buffalo Good Hrayy Suipenderi ajc 1 lot imull heclc While Oomli iocj I lot Mens Iln Fur Ilata urupto j Iltat Illu Colionada Pjnti 7jc peceol llhck Henrietta cloth jjc I piece of Heavy Serge Uluc 40c GraU CeluloU Collari only jo plu Heivy NUon Sockt only jc jUc g8c 49c ItrraloShliu jjet 1iKfJj oK 49- k i ijc ao lha Rood KuKr 15c Green Concent 40c 1urBMew Orleana GR00ERIB8 MJjii our frfia our pifce 1 n j jo aJ loe JioTra jjC Goed Giko Tea jc GolJ Dut jc Kleculc btaich t 5 7t1 Wool Chicksns and Eggs wanted at Highest Market Pries U 63 60 sss wlzaM 00 Hoe U me 7t6 im 10 Solooted Chloago Butcfcew Cl iatoi 9 Iambi JI M ltmbj Cattl 91 lOtlM Ww Yiftf k MM 00 M- t0i 10 Ml M- KatlTHHi M 1643 61 DONT FORGET THIS r 71 THE GREAT BARGAIN 8TOHE IQf 0l aXCTXAXXLAOO Brtadtnlmff Iji jr t jf Mi ftl uintmmtVMMmm -- v ViH nKiolm mnumdnDHiimii tnwnniii ihii hi ijMMMiMie3 ifagjttBMlHHH -- w r the BRK6iftmdG nhws giuovrrposlt ky I Our Neighbors Was Growing Worse Llvor nnd Stomach Troubles Too Wonk Ablo to Do All Hor Houoowork MATTINGLY I was under tho caro of a physician for two years and ha was treating me for Wheat harvest ts about completed stomach and liver troubles and female difficulties but I only grow worse undor here ha treatment I was so weak I could do Fred Wise who has been ill for some hardly any work I was at last induced time is better to try Hoods Barsapnrllla and Hoods Pills and theso medicines havo dono mo Hide your pocket books until Hlco so much rood that I now weigh 112 Bates picnic July Id pounds and am able to do all my house Owen Whltohouao Is at home sick work I firmly belle vo Ishould havo been He has symptoms of heart trouble in my rravo todny If it had not been for My little girl was Miss Melvlna Taut was visiting her Hoods Sarsapnrllla aflllctod with phthisic 1 gavo her Hoods cousin Miss Docle Hates last week Barsapnrllla and it has relieved her I F Frank is doing some plastering Mrs It S HAnPEn 701 University for James Harris near llardinsburp this Avenue Knoxvllle Tennessee A Fluelcr Mfnliter tAr John Dramuiond Hay was n fins horseman nud on ouo occasion having been to intervlow tho Moorish foreign minister at El Avalsli 00 miles from Tangier ho desired to catoh the outgo- Â¬ n H Breckenridge WEllNEHDAY News iO Mythical Creature mote puts of our globe thero is no longer room for legendary creatures savo tho soa sorpent and wo aro told that tho mermaid is nothing moro than a dngong a unicorn cither n rhinoceros or n Tibetan nntolope whilo tho cock- Â¬ atrice tho phecuix and tho roo nppcar to bo puro imaginations But in tho Elizabethan ago an ngo when tho dodo had but recently been these nud many other discovered mythical creatures were if not living at all events actual realities to the ordi nary public and at such wcro referred to in the works of tho great dramatist and other contemporary writers Wo meet for iustauco iu tho Winters Talo tho line Muko mo not sighted liko tho basalisk and iu Tho Tern pest Now I will bolievo that thoro aro unicorns Hut not only was moro or less of credulity given to tho exist enco of theso and such liko fabulous monsters but a web of raystio loro en- Â¬ circled tho most common and best known of beasts birds and fishes Who for instance 1b forgotful of tho popular superstitions connected with tho sala mander tho newt and tho blindworm and who fails to remember Whites ac Â¬ count of tho Bhrowash at Solborne And if such snporstitious still survivo among uneducated peasants of tho pres ent day wo may bo assured that two centuries ago they wcro fully believed by tho higher classes Nature Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JUNE 1897 that tho cold light of sclenco has thrown its ray upon tho most reNow SJWtttttMliSlSS tit iStttttttTttttl I rf T5e i ing steamer which left next morning Ho had arranged that four rolays of horses should bo in readiness for his re Â¬ turn On obtaining his reply ho rodo off His escort thoughtfully providod by tho governor of ElAraish wcro early in tho raco left behind Thoy declared that Sir John after outrnclng them THE TUB SILO spread largo wings nud flow away It DoeaVGood Work nnd I ltecomlne Ho wora n looso capo On arriving at e c Mora Popular Every Seuon the town of Azaila half way to Tangier Tlio farmer who aro using tho tub ho discovered that his rolay was locked silos tiro in ovnry caso bo far ns I can up in tho stable and summoning somo They leant well pluasod with them loafers ho battered in tho door ob Â¬ citii In built nt half tho oxponso of tho tained his mount and rodo on till ho squuro or rectnugulnr silo nml they canio up to bis own pony On reaching commend tlieuiFolvcB iu every way to tho river ha jumped his pony into tho tho Rinnll farmer nuil dairyman They ferryboat and out again on tho oppo- Â¬ cau bo constructed of 2 by 0 scantling site side aud finally reached Tangier week but they should bo hoveled not grooved ridden Sarsa- - havinganother tho distanco in five hours Hond working has commenced and the occasion when out with On -subject of road tax is thoroughly dis-Â¬ bis children n fanatio attacked him y cussed each day Is tlio best In fact tho Ono Truo Blood Purifier and ouo of his ohildren and Sir John struck tho man with the cano ho carried Mifs Ida Frank went to Tarork Satur- Â¬ At nil drtiKRlsts Ho suro to get Hoods such a blow ns stretched him seemingly ciircllvorlllseajytotako day to visit relatives Sho will stay till liOOCl S FlllS easy to operate Mccnts lifolcss on tho ground only vouchsafing after tho picnic tho remark Tako away tho corpse Tho crowd drow back and tho bigoted Rev Otven Young returned from Hock pilgrim was taken to tho hospital pott Friday where ho has been holding business and the future out look but tho croaker draws his darksome vol of So sovcro was tho out given by tho cano TTT I a series of meetltgi hoary mots a littlo further down over a present from Sir Walter Scott to Sir C H Kites preached at Tauls school Johns father that wo nro told that tho his eyes and says no prosperity Ujil house Sunday evening to a large audi Â¬ bash a The sympathy of this community goes weaponsent to inquiro tho naturo of tho ence Mr Hates is an excellent talker which had caused so dangerous out to the bereaved family of Mr Wm a wound The companions of tho fanatio Coffee aa n Disinfectant WILL Miss Lulu Urlckoy returned home Sun- Â¬ Hall and Mr nso of coffco as a disinfectant is lrout in this sad hour interceded for him and Sir John only The generally known but it is doubtful if day after a visit of two weeks with rela- Â¬ of bereavement in tho loss they have too ready to listen to them had his as- Â¬ the majority of people are awaro of its tives at Tar Fork Her uncle H II sustained of a loving and devoted wife sailant spared tho bastinado- - Loudon truo value in this direction Thoy prob Â¬ Wilson accompanied her homo a kind and affectionate daughter and Spectator ably know that it is handy and harm- Â¬ V H Uurton candidate for Slier ill sister less but besides theso qualities it is en all An Ancient Telephone s the voters that havo died and all really ouo of tho most powerful and Edison may read with lutorcst that in SAND CAVE FLAT effectivo agents known as has been that have been sentenced to tho peniten1783 M Linquet do la Hastillo issued shown by repeated experiments Iu ono tiary in this county since the primary a prospectus published in tho Corre Â¬ m caso a quantity of meat was placed in election were all staunch Republicans spondence Secrete London 1788 vol Plenty of rain SOLD BY a closo room and allowed to decompose and were all soul and body Burton men TVB SU0 UKDEH A SHED umo 14 pago 2103 of a singular ma Crops growing A chafing dial was then introduced and or tongncd wiites a correspondent of chino or oxperienco of tho propagation of Laying by corn Itural Now Yorker and anthoiity for BOO grams of coffoo wero thrown on sound and tho voico through tubes pronin YOU KNOW the tiro In a fow minutes tho room tho following longed to a great distance If it succeed- Â¬ Cultivating common sense That Ball town was not incorporated Tho reason for hoveling h this If had been entirely disiufoctcd In an ed ho announced people would bo ablo Squirrel law is out and wo aro glad Thai Jim Perkins had made a ham- Â¬ put up otherwise they corno in contact other room tho fumes of sulphurcted to maintain with their sweethearts and only at tho iuterior edge Should thero hydrogen und ammonia were dovclopcd mock The storm on flio night of the 23d did frionds at n distanco of somo hundreds and tho smell which no words can ex E ho a knotholo or an irregularity in tho of leagues a conversation which would That Miss Ada thinks her fellow real some damage to fruit and crops press was destroyed in half n minuto scantling or should it by bhrinkiug bo become somowhat public ou tho way 7 Mr and Mrs Oliver Shellman enter Â¬ como slightly warped there it would by tho ueo of 00 grams of coffee As Frank but by suppressing the names no one a proof that tho noxious smells arc real- Â¬ That C B Pate is a hustling mer- - tained on tho night of the 10th Inst ho almost impossible to make it air would bo in tho secret of tho interlocu- Â¬ tight Havo tho scantling hoveled at ly decomposed and not merely overpow Â¬ chant V All the young folks attended Child- Â¬ tors But it is not recorded that tho the will Tell tho sawyer what sized ered by the fumes of coffoo it is stated schomo was pnt into practice In a pa That James Taul is a caudidato for rens Day at Stephensport last Sunday that tho first vapors of tho coffco aro not silo you purposo to build and ho will por published in Llllustration for Miss Daisy Sargent of Deiby Iud smelled at all and aro thcreforo chem- Â¬ matrimony bevel them so that they will exactly fit 1854 by M Charles Bourscul ho says qffivgwBss nn isre3 srasrrw essn t guest of her sister Mrs Frank That Frank Tabeling says Grace be Â¬ was the The additional expenso will bo less than ically absorbed while tho other smells Lot us imagino that a person speaks Shellman last week that of attempting to stop up tho cracks gradually diminish as tho fumigation tween meals near to n mobilo plato sufficiently floxi with rag4 We do not desiro to stop all continues Tho merest pinch of coffco Miss Annie Bennett of Sample and blo not to losonny of tho vibrations pro- Â¬ it That Fred Frank is Kttlug tiroJ of a VfoiM ay tioo ft r a Typewiitf r if lie is usuully sufficient to cleanse a sick- Â¬ swelling When filled shrinking and duced by his voice and that this pinto Mr Newsom Gardner of Uulon Star life thought hocoultl get one to do equally wo wish tho silo to swoll some to aid in room even in aggravated cases Tho bachelors interrupts and establishes accordingly ai roil1 li woik frfjs t That Miss Alien thinks tho preachers wero the guests of Miss Jacy McKaughan communication with a battery Then wo making tighter joints and then when best way to employ it is to freshly 3 Sunday empty wo want it to shrink so that pound tho coffco iu a mortar if no mill are all handsome might havo nt a distanco nnothcr plato miir THE moisturo cannot collect botwoen the is at hand and sprinklo it on a rcdhot This ecrlbo has just rolurned from which would givo nt tho samo timo tho ID That Miss Bessie desires to he Taul as EKBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBa9VBr staves and rot them out Tho coating of iron surface Now York Ledger Cloverport where wo were very pleas- Â¬ satno vibrations An eloetrio battery Wi Idotho wotkafany Jiro n achinp 7 well as handsome coal tar on the inside applied after tho wlViSSSSSSBSLMHHb by relatives and two vibrating plates nnd a wiro would at theprie Machines lent on iial antly entertained Earth Movement Thbt Miss Sallie of liecchimk likes friends all of whom wo hope to mett bo sufficient hoops aro drawn up tight is entirely sssssmssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssVcJK to responsible urliet In apportioning tho hon Le Come recently Itice without sugar Professor Joseph sufllcicnt ors of telcphouio discovery M Bonrseul again Â¬ West Virginia Supply Co Hot tar is very penetrating and will read a paper beforo tho Geological Soat least would seem eutitled to n sharo That Miss Sallie of Irvinton admires Gen Agents Kyantl W Va ciety of America from which we learn We regret to hear of the death of G T find its way into every crevice thorNow York Tribuno a Whitehouse very much WHEELING W VA oughly excluding tho uir Whether it that there aro two primary and perma Â¬ Payne of Lodiburg and extend our con- Â¬ yggegyif-Vrf--ULI Thar your scribe is looklrg for a rich dolence to the bereaved wife and daugh- Â¬ will last longer or bo inoro effectivo nent kinds of movements of tho earths etvjj ers3 er tjbcssb w i Watch Chain of Human Bones thun when thinned with gasoline I crust namely those which causo con- Â¬ lady in the last stigt of consumption ter and can only point them to Him Cyrus O Thornton a farmer living a tinental surfaces and occanio basins who wants to marry cannot state There cau now be pur who doeth all things well and who alone fow miles out of Bolivar has an odd chased iu tho market tar paint ready and theso which by interior contraction is the widows friend watch chain It is mado of human for application In our oxperienco with dctermino mountains of folded struc- Â¬ Some for ten some for twenty and E C Babbage local editor of tho bones Tho chain consists of eight links this tho man who was painting tho in Â¬ ture Theso two aro determined tho some for thirty years have suflered from moro than ono by unqual radial contraction tho terior was twico overcome by tho noxNews Thats right young man follow each n triflo platod rings an inch long The chain is connected by ious gases and was compollcd to leavo other by unequal conccntrio contraction piles and then have been quickly and in fathers footsteps but with Ernest that is contraction of tho interior permanently cured by using HeWitts efforts and if perchanco you find a gem about ten inohes long and has been high Â¬ the silo Gas tar wny bo purchased very ly polished by years of wear and glis cheaply and when heated slightly moro than tho exterior Thero aro also Witch Hazel Salve tho great remedy for that father has passed by pluck it and tens liko ivory two secondary kiuds of movoment piles and all forms of tkin diseases makes n very efficient paint add to your crown of laurels Thornton secured tho chain at Peters Trinidad asphalt may bo purchased for which modify tho effects of tho other Short Haynes The time of departure of tho aik and two and eoufuso our understanding of Sociability and politeness is incumbentlnrBi Vo in 1804 Ho was a member about 3 u barrel This if ubed alone is so biittlo upon becoming hard that it them These are first oscillatory movepeoplo who didnt believe in advertising on us in a certain sense yet it is jiiBt as of Company E Fiftieth Now York en WEBSTER gincers A soon cracks and is worthless Mixed iu ments affecting largo areas and isos incumbent to be discreet in our choice Now York member of tho Twenty first had to stay out in the rain for forty infantry mado two chains tatio movements or gravitativo readtho proportion of niuo parts Trinidad of intimate friends For some are days They undoubtedly changed their whilo confined in Libby prison and on asphalt to ouo part of gas tar and heat- - justments by erosion aud sedimenta Only f lend that flutter near Copious rains bis rolcaso met Thornton nnd sold him Iu the minds of sonio writers os ed it makes u valuable application for tion views but their postofflce address has While fortune sun It warm ono chain for 50 in greenbacks Thorn Â¬ Corn Is in good condition dilatory movements havo masked and roofs staldo floors or silo nut itarlle If a cloud appear never been learned ton has forgotten tho makers name obscured the effects of continent and And fly before the storm The oat crop will be good Tho bones wcro takon from amputated ocean basin making aud isostasy has To Prevent Hog Cholera Times are easier we all feel it arms nnd legs and it required 18 lioiitlobatro spit and Mnoke lourljre Airay A Wisconsin stock grower writing to concealed tho cfTocts and prevented tho months time to carve out the chains proper interpretation of all tho others To quit tobacco easily and foiovor beinag J I Uabbaga was here Saturday says tho Iowa Homestead Try an aJ In the NKWS Tor nctlc full of life nervo and vigor take For many years after ho camo homo It is believed hat to mako eccuro prog Wo believe if you could educate tho That Dulltlnie Feel nf Fruit of alt kinds is very abundant tho wonder worker that makos weak men from tho war Thornton woro the chain ress vtomusi keep theso several kiuds breeders and feeders how to feed and S Geo Hook Garfield was here Sun- Â¬ strong All druggists 60o or Jl Cure guaranovery day but for several years flo has of movements distinct in our minds take caro of their hogs there would bo teed Ilooklet and snmplo froe Address day San Frauhco Chrouiolo Sterling Itcmedy Co Cblcairn or New York worn it only on Memorial day and nt M very littlo hog cholera in tho country Grand Army rounions Somo of his Wo bcliovo hog cholera cau bo prevent Â¬ No scarcity of money at an auction or For Succci In War neighbors ouco laughed at tho idea of wJo ed Wo havo raised hogs for 35 years Colonial Fear of Lawyer show t tho bones being taken from human bod Â¬ For success in war tho iudispensablo and havo had cholera but onco during tho columns of tho Now York Gaz Â¬ ies and ho sont tho chain to a surgeon In Wheat is much battjr than fanners that time Thero is too much corn fed complement of intellectual grasp and etteer of Sept 8 1780 thero was n par Â¬ who examined it and pronouncod it to iuKight ij a moral power which en expected to pigs A variety of feed should bo fed bo of human bones ables a man to trust tho inner light n IBorn to the wife of Liwls Norton tho agraph lamenting the increase of law Fall Kivcr Nows Young pigs should get very littlo corn yora as threatening to tho future pros Â¬ until they aro 0 months old If they power which dominates hesitation and me loin a nig uy perity of tho community and degrading The Servian Army sustains action in tho most tremendous aro fed for health and growth tho first An honest trndo in for Â¬ II G Stewart went to Louisville Sun Â¬ to freemen A curious thing councofed with tho cmcigencics aud which from tho for Â¬ six mouths of their lives with proper mer days said tho wrltor was nil Servian army is tho manner in which caro the chances aro they novcr will midable character of tho difficulties it day to visit his family that peoplo of common ability and edu havo cholera Afterward they should is called to confront is in no men so Mrs Wm Allen has been seriously Ill cation wcro ambitious of but now no nearly all tho regiments carry tho big tti1 drum Iustcad of being slung in front havo tho run of n good grass pasturo conspicuously prominent as in thoso of typhoid faver for three weeks profession is genteel but tho lawyer aud of the man who plays it this instrument who aro entitled to rank among great and nil tho salt and ashes they will cat tho merchant Tho lawyers aro now is put upon n small two wheel cart A The aucton sales at Clifton Mills wero SHOULD BE OF CLASS plenty of mill feed good water and captains Tho two elements mental aud moral power aro often fouud sepa- Â¬ well attended and liberally patronized creeping into ovcry post of itnportanco drawn by a largo dog tho latter being abovo all a good placotoslcepin Their TE thomsolvos und thrusting whprover WORKMANSHIP rately ratcly iu duo combination Iu pens should bo cleaned out ovcry day Misses Ella aud Norrio Kurtz returned thero is a vacancy Our congress our so trained that ho keeps his placo oven through tho longest marches Tho and their bedding twico a weok If Nelson they luot nud their coincidouco laH week from a protraetel visit to Louis V CORRECT PRICES assembly aro crowded with them nnd drummer walks behind tho cart nnd farmern would grow moro root cropi with tho exceptional opportunities af ville oven in our gront commercial conven Â¬ performs ou tho instrument ns i i it goes and less corn and feed their hogs a good forded him constituted his good fortune tion thero aro flvo lawyers to ouo mer- Â¬ along Each regimeut has two or thrco A J Dye went to Louisville Tussd ty Captain Mahaus supply during tho winter thero would und his gteatuess chant Lifoof Nohou drums but scarcoly any of the regi Â¬ with several hogsheads of nice hurley bo less cholera iu the country ments havo a band tobacco CLOVERPORT KY O EttlDiatet Furnhlitd ft A London Incident Serviceable Farm Gate There is a great deal of money iu hid Â¬ Thero Is u cypress in the vicinity of n Landlords iu poor districts in London gato recommended by Conn A farm Padua which is looked upon as having ing that should be sont on a debt paying try Gentleman as cheap durublo and aio not allowed to tako tho tools of n been a contemporary of Julius Cicsar mfslon defaulting tenant for rent Yet a wom easily constructed is hero depicted and according to another and moro an complained to tho magistrate in Everett Tabor was in the city last week It is morticed and dovetailed as plausible legend it was against tho shown Every joint is n brace and con- - west Loudon that her landlord had and sold his tobacco crop at higily grati- Â¬ trunk of this trco that Francis I Beelng seized hor sowing machine for rent and fying figures ull lost savo honor endeavored to so had deprived her of tho moans of A livelihood Tho machiuodid not belong break his sword Leo Walls and wife of Sample visited TH E MATTrCETS to hor Bho had it on tho hiro system hero last week the guests of Mrs O Mrs Laura E Mims of Dawson Ga The magistrate told her that sho could Beauchamp Kertow of the Gralu and Uveitoek Mur- A small pimple of a strawberry says not recover it aud sho would not only keta For June 20 The times demand that a debt paying color appeared on my cheek it soon havo to Ioeo tho machluo but also to began to grow rapidly notwithstand- Â¬ Cincinnati Tobacco Market gospel be thundered forth from the pul- Â¬ pay its value to tho firm from which sho ing all efforts to check it My pit and press hired it Womans Journal eye became tenibly Offering for the wook 3000 Worth of Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes bought for Spot Cash and at ntfK tnuameu ana was so lUjoo ion for the weok Mrs Laura Kurtz attended the tnsiion 2318 swollen thatforquite Actual sulei for tho weok Tetter Salt Itlieum and Eczema ary meeting at Hawesville and rojwrts Hecetpts lortheweok Our Own Price We incnd to put tlic e goods on sale arid 273 G a while I could not The intense itching nnd smarting inci- Â¬ a delightful time The nt see The doctors follows prleo on tho oTorlnirx rnnimt 15 00J cSQtJDjt- - rx8 dent to theso diseases Is instantly allayed said I had Cancer of 631 t0O7 Ml 817 fdi9 make the greatest SENSATiptf ever Heard of Coiu Charley Claycomb called at Mrs MOHTISGU ANIJ IltUCKD f63 by apply Incr Chntnbor Iains Eye and 75 5 81 1168 the most malignant 181 88 i fJ 3J ttructcd in this way tho gato will not Skin Ointment Many very bad cases Laura Kurtzs last Sunday just for a type and after ex Â¬ fult your Interest and attend this Sale sag but will swing freely if tho post to havo been permanently cured by it It change you know rituuurir hausting their effort 1 IW5 00 Prlmo focdo s Cutlo which il is attuched la firmly tct in the is equally efficient for itching piles and iV witnout doing me H outiSl 60 bull stngi aud caws J 004 The Individual who continually cries a favoiito remedy for soro nipples ground auy good they gave 0 SJ Hogi Prime light tj dS33 u jo Ilerei of Iancy CuUooei worth 6c our lcr 3c il tChlllrenUUrie only chapped hands chilblains frost bites hard times is a worse enemy to his coun- Â¬ vp me b jc boneless case When in heavy tJ Mifii ii common to fair W 24 58 loot Unshami 6c c Ak loieeour Wjodow KliJt Developing 1lants With Kther und chronic sore eyes 21 cts per box try than a foreign too a OCIi w tjhoep Extra IJ 8 2J 0J good ie formed that my father had died from Ij H IrUh lawni m lot HojV Sulln wo j 00 at ii IJtl U I commou Considerable success has attended tho 13 83 choice Fnt Jc II G Stewart has his threshing mo- - the same disease they said I must die Ii V601 II 0 Q3 OOj vuul 5oalvej10 to ltrcilt 5C I lot Mm Kuitt ampin worth i our Dr Cailjs Condition Powders aro Iambi treatment of plants with other Plants piKrj 4 us ucrcuuary vuutcr was incuraDie 04 100 pci Dot llooilcr Cotton it bad horso 4C I PerruluShliu 75c treated huvo been forced to do just what a Tonlo needs when in nnd chiuo loaded for shipment to Holt At this crisis I was advised to try thus Ladlei Vtt condition blood purifier ioc jc Cincinnati where he will thresh this season mora work than normal Conclusions SSS aud in a short while the Caucer Good Itravy Suipenden GROOERIKS vermifuge jc 5C Thoy nro not food hut Wheat 7D38 o Corn 30a37Ka Cat began to discbarge and continued to do are as yet not very defluito It seems medicine and tho best in use to put n Miss Emma Kurlz will Join a party of lot imall heck While Rondi tle Selooiod butchers 1 0001 tl4 fair to 0 lh Onoil Kujr loci HC fiw so for three months then it began to medium probable that the increased energy in Â¬ horse in priino condition 3 UJ81 Ui common Prfco 23 several ladles at the Tar Springs the heal I continued o5 ijcCrcenCoHVeat IJ iS0 I lot Meiij Fine Fur Halt iamplc fi the mediciue a while 1 00 llogi Seloeted and prime butchor uf Ulue Cottonade ljnti duced by the vapor of chloroform will cents per package jc 49C 40c Pure New Orleans Miiluiuiotjrrhe 1st of July for the summer outing longer until the Caucer disappeared en- Â¬ 13 5093 6j packing 3 fi3 Mj ooiumon Ilt ol Black Henrietta cloth tj pieces 35c bo followed in time by collapse and our pi Ice v jo iuTa le Oond tirely This was several years ago aud to rough J ia03 4ii Snoop Id 0003 uji I piece of Unrj Serge Dlue Had you ever thought that many of sc 40c Cteea Tea KiVIm Savlng i Ilanlu death lamb IS t026 85 ej there has been no return of the disease Grata CuluIoU Collart only 5C Cold 5 Switzerland has as many as 057 sav Â¬ tho croakers of to day were making dole- Â¬ Buffalo jo pairs Hesry NeUon Socki only Elocttlc Statch Getting Out of it ful plaints when we had war prices Cattle Cholco butchers II 7625 00 j ings banks in which 1100640 persons fair J And now IndieV and Routlemcn or moro than n third of tho total popuCancer is a blood disease nnd ouly a B 5 to jrood 13 0Q4BI C9i common ml-7J Wathon B Henderson one of our flofw Yorknr H 70B 7J 1 will make this lation aro depositors j sail tho hypnotist SSS 13 103 iSi rough Id 0043 brightest and best young men has gone blood remedy will cure it guaranteed purely vegetables is a reaj Saokeri Prime IJ 741 0J fair to ouo 00 Wool Chickens and Eggs wanted at rligbett ru man think ho ia under tho influ Price yoig to Rolling Fork Mlsa to accept a good bood remedy and never fails to per 18 ot alcohol 76l 00 commou I tQ 75 Iambi Everybody Says So position there maneutly cure Cancer Scrofula Hczetna II 7646 60 Bat tiw MBject sa situ Him Hpjmr- Coicarett Candy Cathartic tho most won Â¬ Ckleago SOffOWfgl The people here are highly gratified at KheutnatUiu or any other disease of the DONT FORGET THIS derful medical discovery tlio nge pleas Â¬ Scud for our books Hog Selooted witotiaw M Hti Mi cb liko a Utc ant and rofretlilnK to toooftaito act gently being able to secure the services of Miss blood bat itoMtit look or Cancer and Blood Bis sages mliaM 4 U OaeUa XathHi mswnl and positively on kidneys liver and bowels Myra Hanks of Stepuefupott io teach the kA oed wan la aaid to I maled free to clean lu ir the entlro nytrin dispel cold and bui MkMa 19 trrmt tow II Ttmn oum bemdaaiie faver habitual onintlnatlin our fall term of school any addr i W Iambi M toft N Tmmtt- vrui rr rfrd tka aMi Mlteuinom PJeac buy and try a box I Swift Specific BradttrMt Dan ad otlten mi fO C O trwlay 10 Jo M cents HoutaW that hu few a load oa ruanuntoM U euro by all uroegiaM couraglRgly of our prttat voIhom of Co Atlanta Ga iidlauAjwlii Journal A IFARMERS Have Your Clover Hulled on 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 - - i i i The New g IT 3 3 i A h Hoods parilla M Birdsell a Huller Co -- of Ball Frank I Â¬ Save All of Your Clover Seed Nicely Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iJWPateCoi -- JOLLY KY j3 Â¬ m WHAT MAS iflHV J Â¬ Â¬ eesaees WI Â¬ Â¬ 8 Noah Advertised Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Are you going to get wet Â¬ Â¬ amfemyfe- fvAkAtss FIRST UP-TO-DA- AAMUNUMLN -- 222S Â¬ Â¬ J J J E KEITH S SON Â¬ Cancer Of the Face MOTHEEDEAL - 8542 1 DOLLARS d lliU tt 1 tl5 Iiil 1 Â¬ 1 A Real Blood Remedy 1 Â¬ Mt tt spk ru sss rgtflA 4 av t THI GREAT BARGAIN TQUfc 100 TjUKXI CO Brwdrabary Xj