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WLtr f i rm V zrw rv WV T f ir rjrr r THE BRECKENRIDGrE NEWS satit V VOL XXI 1 CLOVEKPOKT A KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 7 1897 NO 51 SEND US YOUR ORDER FOR PICNIC BILLS NEWS NUGGETS - HELP FOR 1 IN FIRMER WARM WEATHER Sscrstary flMSV Wilson Is Trying Supply It to THE EXPERIMENT t BUTTER Milt Cartwrlght ngod IS of Princeton Ky dangorouly phot himself In tho eye with suloldal intent Hot Wave Swooping tho Ohio and Bocauao ho could not sloop owing to tho heat William Mnrzlnuf of St Louis ono of Mississippi Valleys four brothers killed hlmtolf His body was found hanging in tho collar Miss Lizzie Hamberg of near Golcondn PROSTRATIONS 100 Ills committed suicide by Jumping Into NEARLY tho well and drowning horelf She was 13 years of ago Bad health causod the suicide two ot them tntur Lambert Lmuocry a carpenter and Henry Behlin a team Lter Several other casa aro critical Vt midnight a sovero thunderstorm r wept ovor tho city sending the mer cury down sovcral points and bringing a wulcomo relief Drop Thoir Picks and Domand THE COUNTRYS CROPS Incroaso in Warjos Outtooii Continues Fnvornblo For Uxoel 200000 MINERS An Icnt Yield of Cerciils July 2 Tho weekly cliumto and crop bulletin of tho United Washington WILL LAST SEVERAL WEEKS L Pestmaster General Gary is an Employer of Men Some Good Characteristics - Â¬ iPVv MS i MR GARY LOVES POLITICS imk i r T ff v vyahiiikuiuh jiiiv u iMnofUni i hnrrn- i tftrv Wilson nf tliancrlnnHiirnl dnnnrt nnnt has a hobby nnd that hobby Is doing something or tho fnrmor Tho hard headed Scotchman Is always on tho look out or somo means of holplng tho farmer to hotter crops higher prices or new and nioro profitable produots or his arm As an Instanco of his alertness in this ditto Won I am ablo to tell tho story of how tho secretary conceived tho idea of Bonding American butter to tho English market It will bo remembered that tho government - started In tho butter buslnoss somo months Ago as nn experiment buylngqunntlttes of butter and Bonding It at different times to London to bo 0 what it would sold In tho open market for otoh By getting carefully detailed roports as to tho objections to our butter or tho niothod of packing It tho boo- rctary Is now confident ho will In a short tlmo bo ablo to tell Amorlcan butter mak er g just how to go about It to capturo their full sharo of tho British murkut Ilutter and Cotton Tho Idea camo to tho sccrotnry wbllo In was seated at tho wedding breakfast of Miss Gary daughter of tho postmaster gen- Â¬ eral In Baltimore BcslJo him was a Baltimore gontlcman who Is ongaged In tho export grain trado This gentleman told tho Boorotnry of tho largo quantities of corn ho wns shipping to Denmark Mr Wilson nt onco wanted to know what tho Bancs did with Amorlcan corn JIo was Informed that It was fod to tho cows which produco tho prlmo buttor with which tho thrifty Danos linc captured tho rich English mar ket and hold it against all rivals Secretary Wilson pricked up his cars If American corn will mnko butter good enough for English tables In Denmark Why should It not niako such buttor in tho Why ho said to himself United States should our cum bo exported raw when If wc go at It right wo can sell It In tho form of buttor and make tho double profit Immediately on returning to Washington bo gavu orders to buy butter for the account of tho agricultural department and to stiip It to England This experiment U working out very well and promises to bo a great holp to tho Amorlcan farmer In Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The strike at tho Brlttou Boiling Mill companys mill In Cleveland has been declared off tho company huvlng accepted tho compromlso tlnplato workers scalo adopted at Pittsburg John Goldon confined in tho county jail at Sldnoy O for burglary escaped by sawing tho bars of his cell window and sliding to tho ground with a ropo mado out of his bod clothos Whllo Gottllob Hlldobrandt and wlfo an aged couplo wore driving nlongastroot In Logan O their horso ran off wrecking tho wagon and throwing tho old couplo violently to tho pavomont seriously If not fatally Injuring tho old lady Eraitus Brown n young negro was lynched by a mob of COD persons at Vll lurldgo Mo Saturday for an assault upon Mrs Annlo Foorvlng a farmers negro was hanged after daughter Tho being ldontlflod by his victim who is In a critical condition Crimes and Ouunltlot Mrs Alice Cokonour of Donntson 0 burnod so badly by tho oiploslon of a lntnp that kho died Galo Beod of Belmont W Va wai ktoscd In tho hoad by a horso nnd died of lockjaw HU skull was frnotured Tho bollors at tho salt works of Hallo Company In Allegheny Pa ex Beck ploded Saturday Two men were klllod and ono badly Injured Tho namos of the killed aro Andy P0oagcr Goorge Krouso During tho celebration at Warsaw Ind a cannon was promaturoly discharged at Lnkosldo park tearing Andrew Pollocks nrm off splitting A Churles thumb nnd tho ramrod struck Veraon Carron and severely Injured htm Chnrlos Stickmnn 89 years of age nnd foreman of a hide and junk shop at Kvansvllle shot nnd slightly Ind wotirdsd Mrs Mnttlo Goodwin and then put n bullet through his own brain Tho nttnek U tho result of jealousy In a qunr ol nt Crawfordsvlllc Ind ovor tho mcrlM of their roipoctlvo bicycles John Ellis fatally wounded Daniel Goo ge by shooting tho ball taking effect In the mouth Ellis attempted u oscapo but was quickly overhauled by a posso Orrvlte Sxyro son of John O Sayro of Buvcudw ood W Va was drownod In In dian creek whllo bathing It Is supposod that he wns takon with an atnok of heart dltcase whllo In tho Water and was unable to help himself or call for assistance vtim Â¬ Â¬ Many Deaths Especially In tho tions throughout tho cutiro country Tha Mm Claim to Be in Good ConTho week was warmer than usual in dition for a Long Battlo and Largor Cities Automatic tho southern states while it was cooler usual in tho northern states Tho than WillWin or Starvo Fire Plugs Blow Out LOSS Â¬ apeaks very favorably States weather bureau just issued condiÂ¬ Â¬ of crop CAUSING CONSIDERABLE Cincinnati July 5 Tho wavo of torrid weather under which tho central states swoltcrctl last weok showed no nbatcmont yesterday From Pittsburg to Kansas City nnd from Chicago south cloudless Bkles and a blazing sun loft n record of prostrations and death which has seldom been equalled for tho early days of July Throughout tho entire district tho mercury rcgistcrcd close to 100 in tho shado during tho day and the number of prostrations ran into tho hundreds Cincinnati with a maximum tompcraturo of 08 degrees showed tho highest doath rato six deaths resulting out of a total of 60 prostrations but thcro wcro many fatal cases at other points Tho weather burcans record iu Cin cinnati yestorday showed tho mercury at 07 from 2 to 4 p in and at its max Â¬ imum OS at 5 p m Local thermometers showed from 103 to 100 in tho shado The sky was cloudless all day and but few pcoplo ventured on tho streets Fifty prostrations and six deaths woro reported Tho names of tho dead as far as ascer- Â¬ tainable aro Mrs Delia Ronncr Charles Stahloy Bertha Decker Jacob York Mrs Mary A Klosterman of Coving- Â¬ ton Ky An uuidontlflcd man found on tho strcots of Covington believed to bo Lon Smith of Cincinnati While thero wcro CO cases of sunstroko In the city that required romoval to tho hospital or to their homes it is estimated that there were 0 lighter cases tho victims of which went homo without as sistance of the authorities Of tho class requiring medical attention 10 cases aro quito serious Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ week was generally drier than usual excopt in a few sections whero tho rain fall wns excessive Tho Ohio vnlloy is included in tho very dry district Tho week has on tho whole been favorablo for the growjli and cultivation of crops and harvesting of grain Local storms havo caused injury to crops in somo portions of tho country winter wheat harvest continues under generally fa vorable conditions crop U maturing rapidly Spring wheat hns generally mado rapid progress Ohio crop conditions aro expressed in Sunny and tho following paragraph dry except scattered show ers wheat ryo and barley being cat in sontheru po tlon yiold fair heads well filled with good grain oats heading but crop not up to averago much good clover hay mado nnd timotlty about ready for cutting corn improved considerably and is fairly clean but is still short and uneven tobacco bnckward but boiiio reported lino gardens did well rasp homes and cherries rlpo in many local- Â¬ ities Â¬ Â¬ PRESf RATCHFORDS VIEWS- - CoiUmhio O July C TeleKrams re- Â¬ ceived by President Ratchford of tho United Mino Worker indicato that tho order for a gcnoral strike of tho miners has licen complied with generally throughout tho mining districts of Ohio men and a small boy last night and tho women dragged from their beds bound hand and foot aud at tho poiut of a revolver wero requested to toll the hiding placo of their monoy Tho women porsistcd iu saying they had none and tho fiends searched tha house lindimr but a nurso with 4180 in it They again demanded the information threatening to burn tho houso down but tho women again denied having any Finding they could get no money the men attomptcd to assault their captives but wero unsuccessful Iiotli ladles are badly bruised from their oxperienco with tho invaders Alter several hours efforts tho women man aged to nntio each other aud to call for help but tho men escaped Â¬ Â¬ HORRIBLY TREATED liound Hand nnd Foot nnd Itobbud by Tho Masked Men Tiniv O July 8 Tho homo of Mrs Lllirabeth Baumau and her sister Miss Anna Baumau ono mile south of this city waB entered by two masked WOMEN FARMERS A Scheme SWINDLED f- - fc it Kt t ft sWv P i --3 Tho residence of Rev J Honry Bnl lauco of Hard Money Gravoa county Ky was fired by nn Incendiary and partially doitroyed A handsome reildeno on tho same lot win burned by nn Incendiary four years ago Tho Grand Trunk passongor depot at Valparaiso Ind was burned to tho ground by girls who wcro throwing fire crackers on ho porch Loss 3030 In surunco 50 0 M L Buum who had chiirso of tho lostauruut sufforoi a loss of t JOJO with no Insurance The big wood bridge crosf lng the Bon son at Bridgeport three miles wost of Frankfort Ky on the Frankfort and Shelby road was burned Saturday night Tbo road was bought by the county Ins wcok and tho tollgatos removed The loss is charged both to tho raldors and tho retaliation of the former stockholders who sufforcd by tho tollgato raids Deaths Stephen Turner of Madison county Ky died In Richmond Ky ngod 70 Miss Ellen Miller tho only daughtor of N died In Rear Admiral Miller U Practical Agriculture London Saturday Secretary Wilsons bobby is tho practical J W Laud ono of tho oldest men in application of solence to agriculture Ho Madison county Ky died nt Klrksvlllo likes the scientific men who throng the Ivy agod 65 years department He approves of their em Airs Sarah Louisa Blair of Jackson ployment at good salaries but ho docs ob- Mich widow of the great war governor ject to their working for the sake of sci Austin Blair died Saturday night of ence Ho cures nothing for their beautiful 78 years The apoplexy aged reports for their claborato thcorlos trouulo with most sclentiflo men nays O Jacob llelnm Her aged Si of Bucyrus 3 dlod Saturday Mr Holumlllor at Is that they work for other the secretary HU doatb was They want tho approval becaino totally blind sclentiflo men and applnueo of tholr contemporaries The caused by brain fuvor brought on by the man I want them to work for Is tho farm failure of his sight John S Spnnna pioneer of Indiana who er If they cant show mo what they are doing for practical ngrlculturo I will take sottled In Indianapolis In 1833 Is dead no has eont letters At one time ho wai owner of Tbo State their cases in hand to tho heads of all the scientific bureaus of Sentluol For 80 years Air Spann had beon engaged In tho real estoo business tho department requiring them to demon ctrato what they aro thcro for and what LIGHTNING UNDER GROUND they aro doing 1ostmaster General Gary has already be Â¬ Four Men Knocked Unconscious While come one of tho most popular men in the Down In ft Con Mine new administration Ho U plain old fash Siiauokiv Pa July 0 Charles Rntz loncdj accessible Ho looks and acts lkoa gentleman of the old school and has not Eli Drchcr William Black nnd William Now and then Rutz wero at ruck by lightning whllo the slightest affectation soma fresh young congressman Imaglnos working iu tho Relianco mine 1000 feet - the postmaster goneral Is a vordant In poli- Â¬ beneath the surface They wero all tics and that he may be easily imposed rendered unconscious and Ruts wai upon hut ona or two attempts In that speechless while Drehors left arm wai dkeotfon satisfy him that he Is barking tip paralyzed after the men had come to tiw wrong tree Mr Gary looks somewhat Tbo lightning struck at tho hoad of like an Innocent Quaker but ho out his oyo tho tlopo and followed tho rails to the teeth Ib politics many years ago In fact bottom nnd ont to tho face of the gang iM has spent n fortune In the game of poll Uas simply because he loves It and likes way where the meu wero at work Tho workmen Buy that tho dark chambers te twlp his friends were brilliantly Illuminated as the light Mr Gary and HU Men ning bolt rushed toward them and Mr Gary Is best known as a buslnoss lupposini that tho mino gas had exoinployors In tho counploded they throw themselves on their msb nnd If all tho try were like him there would bu no strikes fftjea They aro stiff and sore but feol Mr Gary bay 00 men in his no other effects of thoir thrilling experor lockouts employ who have been thcro more than 85 ience Ono wan has been In his employ yew III Crime Was Driving Illiu Mad tmi his fathers before hlin or 67 years and 1st still curried on the ray roll though he Oiiulicotiiii O Jnuo 3 Albert J doesnt do any work Ho is an overseer Hamilton came to polico headquarters hi the cotton mills und puU iu on uppcur ami gave himsolf up stating ho wag anceoncoln awhile Just because he like wanted in Trumbull county for stealing Viand not because It is expected In the OS a horse from a mau named Marvin It 087 years of operation of their cottej was thought ho was crazy but he was sutU the Garys have never had a itrlke looked op and tho Trumbull county It has ocwulonally bees necessary to rt authorities notified His story was con When con duee tfc wages of the men firmed by a telegram from Trumbull Mr fretted with a necessity of this tortotlico county asking them to hold him on tha Gary salts all his overseers into the charge Hatnlltou states that constant Me talk tlwui that what fee has to do Is arrest was driviiig him mad and Is to them or fear of Mot painful to trim than It he decided to deHOunce himself He explains tba buelMM cob te taw wen Calhoun Decline im sMUtmi walofa make the step Imperative men under Mt tike ftw overseers and tM as the pre Dakvilm Ilia July 1 Colonel W u unnssptsill quite m well J CalhoaH after consulting with his tsshietiosi Is put In force ytrtwi family and baiues aotooiates has do Ik times sss MllH wythhME to the oideA to decline tha position of comp Some tttMfci end these l no rtubU In lns brighten up markets are bet traitor of tha troaaanr ex a teweut grati ter prist hlgbitv Without ward of no given oat bat night he forpre counidecuag tude to tho vrondottt fliHl tkair oM WMM or per Ua tw als Kane bat oMorti that he conI4 not kanoe atUl blliv amm m thelrMtalopta tk to himsalt tacrine his lav la MatHtttay ubjhi Tbto baa ooaumd tin gororiuiMat f or a Md atpOB mI U affltgnyot have moat prsvotie wwolt Umporary woua araiy m sam poattioo jWspiBH faith m Um Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ When sumo of tho southern sonators suc ceeded in gutting an amendment to ths tariff bill putting a duty on cotton Sea- rotary Wilson pricked up his cars again He wanted to know why cotton needed protection Postmaster General Gary who Is thoroughly familiar with tho agri culture its well as tho buslnoss of the south Informed him that tho protection was needed for tho son island cotton a superior artlclo which comos into compe tition with Kgyptlnn long fiber cottons for threads and pertain other special man ufartures Incidentally Mr Wilson learned that tho sea Island cotton grown upon a small strip of sand islands stretching along tho coast for about 100 miles in Florida and South Carolina Is worth fully twice as much in tho market as or dinary cotton lhls wasqulto enough At onco Mr Wilson started an inquiry as to why this sea Island cotton cannot be grown in other parts of the United States If there are the same soil cllmato and humidity else where why cant tba same crop be grown f That la what he wants to find out And in order to find out ho has sot tho raaohln cry of tho department with Its scores of sclentiflo men and experimenters to work Â¬ tlmo Fire Tho works of the Akron Paint nnd Color company of Akron O burned to the ground Losi 15000 partly covered by Insurance a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ft 4r Â¬ nb t Â¬ pay tyrlpf wpMaat ID WaSWIBgtUB Grocery agents Tiffin who canvassed Seneca county three Dethoit July 5 Tho maximum high weeks ago iu tho interest of a firm iu to tho tomporaturo yosterdoy according Toledo approached tho farmers and to tho official observation taken from asked to taki orders for goods in return tho root of tho 11 story Union Trust for which tho agents wero to buy their building was 04 dogrccs The temperabutter at tho end of every month and ture remained at nearly that figuromost pay for it at from 22 to 88 cents per of tho day Other thermometers indi- pound The only cated 3 to 0 degrees hotter As this was something unheard of iu sovero cases of prostration in tho city this county at this season of tho year wcro those of two omployos of the tho farmers bought lurgo orders aud a Hotel Barclay who aro reported ont of week ago thov wero brought to this An unknown city whero tho purchasers got them danger at tho hospital man died ufcar Wyandotto from tho ex- from tho Pennsylvania yaids paying cessive heat and there woro several cosh for them Yestorday was tho day tho farmers Coses of minor cases of prostration sunstroko aro reported from somo of tho wcro to bring their buttor to tho depot and thoy camo by tho scoro but the southern Michigan towns Tho extreme heat boating down agent was not thoro and thev sold thoir through a skylight yestorday afternoon butter us best thoy could after waiting caused the blowing out of twoautomatlo around a number of hours flro plugs Tho torrent of water thus MEN MORE LUCKY released flowed down through the building damaging tho dry goods stock of The President Sends In Another Hatch of Company and tho Appointments Burnham Stoopel clothing stock of the Poerloss Manufac- Â¬ Wamiinoton July 3 Tho president turing company to tho extent of nearly has sent tho following nominations to 100000 Tho Are plugs woro sot to estho senate cape at a temperature of ISO degrees William Woohvill Rockvillo of tho IN CLEVELAND District of Columbia to bo minister and Four Fatal Cases and Several Other Pros consul general to Grceco Roumania and Scrvia tatlons but Will Likely Recover Arthur S Hardy of Now Hampshire Cleveland July 5 Tho heat hero yesterday was most intense tho torn to be minister resident aud consul genperaturo reaohing 00 degrees tho high Â¬ eral to Persia Abraham K Smith of Illinois to be est point for tho season Two fatalities BO occurred hero yesterday and two last consul at Victoria to bo United States Asa W Tenuy night and thcro havo been several othor district judgo for tho eastern district prostrations The list is as follows of Now York Miss Sarah Clinton aged 60 found on Richard Austin United States mar glial for tho eastern district of Tenucs- tho street died in a polico station Mrs Lena Sodusky aged GO died in 600 Gcorgo W Allon to bo collector of her room at the house whero she was customs for tho district of Key West employed Mrs Agnes Leo of 1097 Woodland Florida avenuo died of nervous prostration Captured at Last brought on by heat Wapakoneta O July 8 Superin John Bendcl 4 Foljambo strcot died tendent Hogle of tho United States Ex soon afterprostratiou Martin Burns 207 River street taken press company with four deputy mar to a hospital will recover shals arrivod here yostcrday from MinJohn Lutchor 80 Berg strcot at a ster O having in chargo John Lowroy hospital will recover and J W Pattord who wero arrested Jacob Haffner aged 85 condition at Minster after a despcrato rosistanco serious About 10 days ago tho express office at E Cunningham 607 Kinsman strcot Hobbs Ind was entered by burglars will recover who secured two monoy ordor books William Stark 80 years s will recovor Thoy havo boon filling out theso orders D D Bcobe at a hospital condition for various amounts and having them lorlous cashed in Ohio and Indiana towns in eluding Union City Ansoula St Henry HOT IN LOUISVILLE and Minster Tho authorities havo been five Fatal Cases and Ulsht Other Cases of tracking thorn over tho two states and flually snecoodod in capturing them lrostratlon dooduy OIUllo Uoodby Louisville July 6 Yesterday was tho hottest day over recorded hero New Yohk July 2 Tho remains of There woro many casos of prostration William F Hooy wero conveyed to from tho heat flvo of them resulting their last resting placo in Woodlawn ThosO who died from the yesterday fatally Nouo but mombers of tho effects of tho heat wcro family followed the body to tho como John Sooto a prominent German tory The floral tributes almost cealed the casket from sight citizen Warren Tolbert VOLCANICDISTURBANCE3 Marie Ford Caves Olvlnc Away Causes Considerable Michael Hinds Apprehension Unknown man who was found at Fifth and tho rjver Ciiillicotiie O July 3 Residents Bosides these cases thcro woro eight for miles nronnd Baiubridgo who havo othor cases of prostration been alarmed by threatening disturbon til Street ances of a volcaulo nature for sovcral Ilorsts liropped Toledo Oj July 8 Yesterday was days post believo they have fathomed tho hottest July day in 23 years In this the cause of the disturbance though Tho government thormometor thero is still gravo causo for alarm city regittered 00 and tho Instruments oh That soction Is honeycombed with an the atresia indicated a tomporaturo of extonsive system of groat caves and it f ww 116 to 118 May cwea c f prottra It thought that tneso aro giving away toa have bea reported but none of Tho dteturbanco began Tuesday with Umm kva toe fatal Many hornet intervals of rumblings Great cracks dropped dead in tlw titrate Had it appeared in tho earth tree woro swal Hot been for a Hf at breen prevailing lowed tip and considerable emoke seeped many death wosild hare undoubtedly oat of erevlcee which still remain and oeeorved are very deep Twit has continued tinea then and a good many ot the inhab MlsvtV Ifef fM Ml Chi are expect Um itants of the neighborhood In Obiea Otiicfoo Joly tag tfee earth to twallow them at al mercury legtotetad Bloat to 9t dttjrew rnott fthow far the oavee part of the- day td extend k not known m they kare for the great tiMre were ovet a econ of oratntioae erer betjar thocblx uAxd O Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HOT UP NORTH Sunstrokes Reported From n Number of Towns In Southern Mlclilcau Carried Through on lroinlstl Alone- July 3 ci Id Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- - r Jt New YoitK July6 Tho Herald publishes tho following copyrighted letter from its Havana correspondent General Woylcr is now at Cienfuo gos on his way back to Havana Dcspito tho warlike tenor of his speech in San- Â¬ tiago ho has practically attempted noth- Â¬ Ilrutnlly Trenteil by llurcUrs OsoooD Ind July 3 Threo masked ing in tho way of military operations men broko into tho house of J A Bult Indeed ho has stated that it was im Â¬ man eight miles from here Thoy told possible to make any movement until Mr and Mrs Bnltman that thoy had the rainy season is over But tho rain seen them with largo sums of money fails to dampen tho activo spirits of tho and wanted somo of it Tho aged couplo rebels From every provinco in tho money that they had Erotcstcd was beaten until no was un- island como reports ot rebel raids and ho skirmishes Almost any night from conscious A firo was built at tho feet tho outskirts of Havana can bo heard of tho old lady und sho wns treated to volleys of musketry and tho glaro from othor Indignities At last tho burglars burning houses can bo plainly seen gavo up aud left taking two guna and Tho roport that Lacret lias crossed a number of other articles tho Jucaro Moron trocha is now conJapanese Thret Ho is now with Gomez firmed B0 July 2 Tho Vaxcouveu A letter to Tho Heralds correspond- Â¬ Empress of China has arrived ent from tho socretary of Brigadier steamer with mail from tho Orient Ono Japa- General Javier Vega in Puerto Principe nese journal remarks iu refcronco to provinco dated Juno 22 states that Tho Hawaiiaus boliovo that Gomcc is alivo and well Hawaii Thcro is no Japan will not daro to adopt so cxtrcma mention of his having been wounded a mcasuro as to go to war with so small a country This causes Hawaii to show or having been iu any recent engage Â¬Â¬ If Hawaii goes too fat ment Javier Vega however was seriso bold a front ously wounded in an engagement whilo wo shall certainly bo compelled to chas attempting to cross tho trocha Tho tiso her Spaniards evidently mistook him for Irish Flues Tullod Down Gomez Leadville Colo July B Thore Tho secretary thus describes tho fight was considerable excitement here yesVega JJwho intended to cross tho terday evening over tho pulling down of a number of Irish flags which wcro trocha with only a small body ot meu A to confer with Gomez had with him a displayed on several buildings Â¬ laruo number of men visited these forco of 500 cavalry Wo were en La buildings and ordered tho proprietors to camped on tho edgo of a plain called opOut Redonda waiting for a favorable take down tho green cmblom line Shcrty mau refused and tho flag was promptly portunity to cross tho 20 after daybroak on Juno oar couts pulled down by tho crowd informed us that a Spanish column was luillmis Not on the Warpath approaching General Vega at once Washinotox July 8 Information moved out upon tho plain Tho Span from General Copplngcr commander of ish column 1600 strong was attempt- Â¬ the department of tho Platto indicates ing to steal np tho dry bed of tho river disus that only 40 Indians including women and surprisewhenand was somowhat wo attacked them concerted and children havo left tho reservation Tho light had lasted 45 minutes wlion at Uailoy Ida and that no doproda another Spanish column under Castol tious have been committed savo that lauos approached from tho othor side of tho Indians when passing through a tho plain We were obliged to retreat deserted village toro out tho lining of a but m perfectly good order Wo lost 10 houso killed and Gcnoral Vega ono major and two lieutenants wcro seriously flood Disaster In France Vegas horse was shot undor TouLoUbE July 6 Tho river Sav has wounded destroying him aud ho himself foil to tho ground sverfiowed at Tho mombers of his staff At unconscious carrying him off tho field 40 houses and drowning 13 people succeeded in St Laurent threo pcoplo havo been The following day our forces un- Â¬ drowned and 30 houses havo beeu swept der Geneva Racio who had ossumod MINERS INDIANA Utvuy command attacked 0600 Spaniards un- Â¬ der General Linares who was encamped The Present Strike Is Little Klso Thau a PEOPLE UROWNbU EIGHT without artillery at Caonao It was a light Acnlnst Starvation Alone foolish picco of daring but our men Fatality Anions Uatheri Tkrkb Haute Ind July B Presi terrible thu Chicago Uracil wcro for fighting We attacked tho dent Knight of the United Mino Work Spanish from just at OnirAJo July 6 Eight people woro tho men camp wakingthreo sides nights ers for Indiana says ho is convinced woro from their drowned in Lake Michigan yestorday sleep During tho 35 minutes wo fired that practically all of tho miners in tho pointa along 60 shots apiece We wero so greatly stato will join in the strike He thinks whllo bathluff at vnrlnus tho beach outnumbered that wo had to retire lostho blockmcu will strike from tho faot ing only one killed and flvo wounded Miss Straub the irymnlst Doad that thoso at tho meeting Saturday Ciiicaqo July a Miss Maria Straub Ono ot our wounded wat Lieutenant wero representative meu from every Nelson Montalvau who Ib only 14 years part of the county It is not yet known well known as a composer of church old Gomez takes an especial interest bow many miners in tho stato have and Sunday school hymns Is dead in this youth and will probably toon joined iu tho strike Thoso who were Miss Straub was tho author of nearly prauioto him Since the expedition at work Saturday loft their tools In the 200 hymns all of which havo beeu set landed at Tunas wo aro well supplied mines when thoy qnlt work in the to musio by American composers Wo nave with arms and ammunition evening now under guard at a convenient spot A Not el Ladder President Knight says the presont in tho hills 12000 extra rifles A ladder is mado to bo walked on striko is little elso than a fight against FIRE IN NEW YORK One miner iu tho northern but a human laddor is a novelty and starvation said Mr sometimes n grand novelty Such a lad Â¬ Over a Hundred Thousand Dollars Worth part of our field told mo Knight that ho had drawn 860 for der camo into requisition in Now York of Property Destroyed Ho had the past two months work But after all New Yoiik July 6 Tho Louvre a His not very long ago days iu that tlmo had four pay highest was 2S0 for two weeks and his though tho act wns novel tho actor was dry goods millinery and houso furnish Â¬ lowest 160 On this amount ho was but ono iu tho loug lino of men and ing goods emporium at 2783 and 2735 forced to try to keep himsolf and his women who iu lifes emergencies are Third avenue which was about to be Docs anybody always on hand to exhibit that spirit of opened by Henry Rosenthal and Isaoa fumily from hunger think ho could doit courageous solf forgotfulncss which Weil was destroyed by fire yestorday mnkes thu lookor on fed that thero is Tho loss will oicood 100000 MINERS OUT The ILLINOIS something grand left in humanity yet ttructuro which was bnilt of brlck Fifteen Thousand Men Have Laid Dona It was but tho old story of a tene Â¬ was two stories high and had an iron Their Tools and Quit Work ment houso on flro and a Binall crowd front Tho B Tho coal of friRhtqncd escaping tenants Tiny tho top floor fire was first discovered in Ills July SUEATon engines ar Â¬ but boforo miners of tho Streator district with a cama down tho flro Cbcnpcs iu despcr Â¬ rived tho ontiro structurethe was ablaro total of about 16000 men havo laid ato haste beforo tho firemen arrived At tho tlmo ot tho outbreak of the down their tools in answer to tho call upon tho ucoue but between tho last flames services wero boing held in tho ot tho National association Tho Streator rung of tho ladder aud tho ground wus Reformed church close by The pastor tearing a panio gave out a hymn and district includes tho towns ot Streator a drop ot ton foot thou dismissed tho congregation Knngley LaSalle Peru Spring Valloy Tho light flimsy ladder swayed bo Whllo endeavoring to pat oet the Pontiac Mononk Wcuuna Braidwood noath tho weight ot thp most vcuturo flames a man named O H Hawthorne Brucovlllo Coal City Toluca and numer Â¬ somo tcuaut who stood irrcBoluto had his hands badly burned and a fire ous smaller places tho Streator field bo man named Jacob Hock wad overcome lug tho largest ot any with upward ot frighteuod to tako tha big drop and nn ablo to rctnrn for above was au over by tho heat 2000 meu xno nro spread to too ury gooas store Tho feeling among tho leaders is that increasing weight of human beings tho light will bo short and sharp but Creasing downward It was a moment ot Isaao Binder next door and the in Â¬ that thoy must w iu out Thoy aro In of peril aud it threatened to bo one of terior ot the cottago of George S Hen poorshapo o stand a months lockout catastrophe But just then tho janitor thaw on One Hundred and Forty Fifth Tho ordor to strike calU upon not only stopped forward self possessed aud solf ttroot was destroyed The loesee aro estimated m follows tho miners but tho company men to join forgetful Standing on the stoop he Isaao Siador 900000 Meeera Well the ttrlke roached np and found that his nrraa KosentuM on etacK ffluw sum HUMBUQ IN SEED3 could juftt grasp tho end of tho shaky lug fiuuw Hettenaw fOOOO A taort time Devote tne nre BfJIOtt laddor eeretarj WlUoa Tells About the Mean Henry am cm ot Dealers at Howe aud Abroad Climb over me be cried and stood u i Rosenthal and im man sMsVadLeo TMa artaua TsnirniAH utam smii en fnaes TB Wabhinqtox July 3 Somo interest Â¬ his ground holding on to the flitaay Keeenthal nviwwvM to tetjpsvviir explained the prfioethat ing ttatomeate and word of warning to ladder while weti wouten aud children te uau vuweu tne eeiemunmeut iu American farmer aro given in a report aotawbled over Win to a plaee os aafety purpose of making outautof they ana arranging uuslnebt oa pore aeed lnveUtlow submitted By mean of that htuuaa led Gun uection wun tu u to Secretary Wilton It tnoneaade all reached the been set fur J of poontk pnUbjbr taw of jene and peaioa 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -a 1 1 Indiana Illinois and western Pennsyl Â¬ vania and in sections of West Virginia and Kcntuckv It will tako sovcral days however to determine with any degreo of accuracy tho number of men involved President Ratchford roughly estimates tho number at 200000 but this is rogarded as very liberal Ho is pleased with tho unanimity shown by tho miners nnd says that ho has tho greatest confidcuco In tho successful outcomo of tho strike Ho thinks tho prospects aro better than in 1891 when a general stnko was inaugurated At that tlmo tho scalo of prices was bo ing paid in many mining localities notably West Virginia whero n major ity of tho miners continued at work and thereby greatly weakened tho strike Ho has hopes that tho West Virginia miners may now bo brought into lino inasmuch as they aro receiving wages far below the scalo nnd their condition is cot any better than that of tho miners in other states Tho coal production of West Virginia has iuci cased bo rapidly iu tho last fow years that tho output of that stato now Daring exceeds tho output of Ohio tho strike of 1804 tronblo was caused by tho shipment of West Virginia coal through Ohio tho Ohio miners endeavoring to htop the traffic Tho railroad companies promptly nppoalcd to tho stato for protection and almost tho entire Ohio nutional guard was placed iu tho field President Ratchford docs not boliovo thcro will bo any repetition of theso troubles in tho present strike Special efforts aro to bo mudo to enlist tho sympathy of tho West Virginia President Ratchford is cu miners couraged to believo that this may be accomplished by tho fact that the miners havo signified their intention to ttriko in many places whero efforts to enlibt thoir co operation havo failed on provious occasions President Ratchford has received tel egrams from n number of Pittsburg operators asking permission to operate their mines at kcalo prices These re quests aro all emphatically refused as it would work an injustico not only to other operators but their miners as well As to tho probablo duration of tho striko President Ratchford says that will bo governed cntiroly by circumstances It will last several weeks at least Tho miners aro in a better position to withstand a long striko at this time as a great many of them havo garden products on which to subsist and thcro will bo no great hardships entailed such as would follow a striko in tho winter Tho fact that thcro is a fair supply of coal in stock aud tho domand for domestic consumption is small will havo a tendency to prolong tho striko Tho contracts for coal for lake ship Â¬ ment will causo tho greatest trouble Tho bulk of theso contracts aro held by Pittsburg operators but tho Ohio oper ators also have a fair sharo Tho Ohio operators havo not yet held u conference to consider the matter but aro con siderably worried While thoy say tho striko is ill timed and likely to tlzzlo out they will closo down their mines for a short time at least until thoy can dotcrmiue now general tho suspension is A partial suspension only in tho Pittsburg district would bo ruinous to their business should the Ohio miners rcf uso to work Â¬ Â¬ clover seen aro snipped annually into tho United Statc i which contain all sorts of vllo weed seeds In this way such pestn as tho Russian thistle Can nda thistlo wild mustard chess dod Â¬ der wild daisy trefoil aud plantain wcro introduced hero Nearly every year witnesses tho advent of additional pests of this character brought to America in tho samo manner Tho difficulties in tho way of eradi- Â¬ cating such seeds when they aro onco established in a community aro woll night insuperable Tho wind stock and railroads it is cited scatter them far and wide A largo amount of cheap seed it is said is now being sold as novelties at fancy prices through ma Â¬ nipulation of tho namo and tho roport savs that tho German coffco borry which manv soedmcu aro now adver- Â¬ tising as a cheap substituto for coffco is really tho common Soja bean which can bo bought cheaply almost any Â¬ where Tho lack ot sultablo places for impartial tests by both tho seed dealer and tho buyer has been met in Europo for nearly 0 years by tho establishment of seed control stations now numbering about 100 and on whose tosts guarantcci nro basod Soveral orporl mont stations in this country havo taken this matter np aud recontly a committee- from them had a conferenco at tho agricultural department concerning methods aud apparatus For threo years tho dopnrtment has been investigating tho quality of agricultural seeds Tho tosting is itself an immense task and already this year over half n million of individual seeds havo been counted out and tested aud a small trial ground has been started at Kensington Md Prominent seedsmen it is BtatctTffrequentlv sell flvo or six al leged different varieties of an article out of the samo bin A collection ot 16000 vials of seeds from nearly all parts of tho world lms been mado at tho department to assist In Identifying tho foreign seeds found in commercial uso and tho department will thus bo ablo to give warning against now or dangerous pests Horticultural literaturo it is eaid is full of quack recommendations for treatment and special studies aro now in progress by government experts which aro expected soon to develop important results Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dftfl mn6 POWDER Absolutely Pure CO Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and Assures the food aealnst alum and hallhfulne all fotms of adulteration sommon to the cheap brands XOVAL DAKINO rOWOKX NEW YORK BRAVOJUBA They Carry On Their Warfare Re gardlos3 of Rainy Season GEN GOMEZ IS NOT WOUNDED But on tho Contray He Still Llv6s and is Making Spains Position EXCEEDINGLY UNCOMFORTABLE jjtrm r - THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS W tjt Kssbf VOL XXI CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 7 1897 NO 51 I SEND US YOUR ORDER FOR PICNIC BILLS ELF FOR THE FARMER t NEWS NUGGETS WARM WEATHER JUcratary Wilson Is Trying Supply It E - to nv t IS THE EXPERIMENT IN BUTTER - iSBX t J V ll t r Postmaster General Gary Is an Em- plover of Men Some Good Characteristics t t 3l n ub mm niDV unni inure bviku Dm i iwu uuimrc t hfjii - f iw ft btw4ii taiJ headed Scotchman Is always on tho look out for 80M0 menns of helping tho farmer to hotter crops higher prices or new and moro profltnblo products for his farm As an lnetanco of his alortness In this direc Â¬ tion I am ablo to tell tho story of how tho secretary conceived tho Idea of Bonding American butter to tho English market It will bo remembered that tho government started In the butter business soino months Ago as nn experiment buying quantities of Mrs Allco Cokonour of butter and sanding It at dlflorcnt times to was burned so badly by tho Dcnnison O oxploslon of London to bo sold In tho open market for what It would fotoh I3y getting carefully a lainp that tho died Galo Hcod of Belmont W Vn wai detailed roparts as to tho objections to our butter or tho niothod of packing It tho boo- - klokod In tho hoad by a horso and died of rctary Is now confident ho Will In a short lockjaw HU skull was fraotured Tho boilers at tho salt works of Hallo tlmo bo ablo to toll Amorican butter rank Company In Allegheny Pa ex ers just how to go about It to capture their Deck ploded Saturday Two mcu were klllod full sharo of tho British murket and ono badly Injured Tho names of Ilutter and Cotton tho killed are Andy Ffkmgcr George Tho Idea coma to tho secretary whllo ht K rouse was seated at tho wedding breakfast of During tho celebration at Warsaw Ind Miss Gary daughter of tho postmaster gen- Â¬ a cannon was prematurely discharged at eral In Jlnltlmoro DcslJo him wus a BalL tkosIdo park tearing Andrew Pollocks timore gontleman who Is engaged In tho arm off splitting A Churlos thumb export grain trade This gentleman told and tho ramrod struck Vernon Carron tho secretary of tho largo quantities of corn and severely Injured him ho was shipping to Denmark Mr Wilson Charles Stlckman 89 years of age nt onco wanted to know what tho Danes and foromau of a hido and junk shop at did with Amorican corn Ho was Informed Kvnnsvllle khot nnd slightly that It was fed to tho cows which produce uourdod Mrs Ind Mattlo Goodwin and then tho prlmo buttor with which tho thrifty put n bullot through his own brain Tho Danes have captured tho rich English mar ket and hold It against all rivals Secre- attack U tho result of jealousy Iu a quar ol at Crawfordsvilte Ind tary Wilson pricked up his ears If American corn will raako butter good over tho merits of their reipoctlvo blcyclos John Ellis fatally wounded Daniel Goo pe enough for English tables In Denmark Why should It not mako suoh buttor In tho by shooting tho ball taking effect In tho mouth Kills attempted lb oscapo but Why United States ho snld to himself should our corn bo exported raw when if was quickly overhauled by a posso Orrvllo Sayrc sou of John O Sayro of wc go at it right wo can sell It In tho form Kavouiwood W Va was drowned In Iu of butter and mako tho double profit Immediately on returning to Washington dtau oreek whllo bathing It is supposed that ho was takon with an attack of hoart ho gave orders to buy butter for the no count of tho agricultural department and disease whllo In tho Water and was unto ship it to England This experiment Is able to help himself or call for assistance working out very well and promises to bo Fires HOT UP NORTH a great help to tho Amorican farmer In Tho works of the Akron Paint and tlmo Color company of Akron O burned to Sunstroke Ileporteil From n Number of When sumoof tho southern senators suc Losj 15000 partly covered Towns In Southern Michigan the ceeded In getting an amendment to ths by ground Insurance Dethoit July 5 Tho maximum high tariff bill putting a duty on cotton Sea- Tho residence of Rov J Honry Bal to tho tomperatnro yesterday according rotary Wilson pricked up his ears again to the official observation taken from He wanted to know why cotton needed lauco of Hard Money Graves county Ky protection Fostmastcr General Gary was tired by an Incendiary and partially tho roof of tho 11 story Union Trust doUroycd A handsome reildenoj on tho building was 04 degrees Tho tompera who Is thoroughly familiar with tho agrilot culture ns woll as tho buslnoss of tho same years wa burned by an Incendiary tnro romaluod at nearly that llguromost ago four south Informed him that tho protection indiTho Grand Trunk passenger depot at of tho day Other thermometers was needed for tho son Island cotton a The only Valparaiso Ind was burnod to tho cated 3 to 0 degrees hotter superior nrtlclo which cotnos into compesovcro cases of prostration in tho city tition with Egyptian long fiber cottons ground by girls who wcro throwing flro for threads and certain other special man craokcrs on ho porch Loss 30 W In- wero those of two omployoa of tho ufarturcs Incidentally Mr Wilson learned surance 50 0 M L Baum who had Hotel Barclay who aro roportod out of An unknown that tho son island cotton grown upon a chnrcto of tho lostauruut sufforoi a loss danger at tho hospital man died near Wyandotto from tho exsmall strip of sand Islands stretching of 1 3000 with no Insurance cessive heat and thore wero several The big wood bridge crossing the Bon along tho coast for about 100 miles in Cases of Florida and South Carolina is worth son at Bridgeport three miles west of minor cases of prostration fully twice as much In tho market as or- Frankfort Ky on the Frankfort aud sunstroke aro reported from soino of tho southern Michigan towns Sholby road was burned Saturday night dinary cotton Tho extremo heat boating down This was qulto enough At onco Mr Tho road was bought by the county las The through a Bkylight yesterday afternoon Wilson started an Inquiry as to why this wcok and tho tollgatos removed son Island cotton cannot be grown in othloii Is charged both to tho raiders aud tho caused tho blowing out of twoautomatlo flro plug Tho torrent of water thus er parts of the United States If there are retaliation of the foimar stockholders released flowed down through the buildthe samo soil ollraato and humidity else- who suffered by tho tollgato raids ing damaging tho dry goods stock of where why cant tba same crop bo grown Deaths Buriiham Stoopol Ss Company and tho That Is what he wonts to find out And Stephen Tumor of Madison county clothing stock of the Peerless Manufac In order to find out ho has set tho machin Ky died In Richmond Ky ngod 70 turing company to tho extont of nearly ery of the department with its scores of Miss Ellen Miller tho only daughter of 1100000 Tho flro plugs wero sot to essclentlflo men and experimenters to work N died In cape ut a temperature of 130 degrocs Roar Admiral Miller U lractlcal Agriculture London Saturday IN CLEVELAND Secretary Wilsons hobby Is tho praotlcal ono of tho oldest men In JW Ho Madison Laud application of solonco to agriculture oounty Ky died at Klrksvlllo Iour Iatnl Cases and Several Other Irot- men who throng the Ky agod 65 years likes the sclontlllo tatluiia but Will Xtkelr Keeovnr department He approves of their em Mrs Sarah Louisa Blnlr of Jackson Cleveland July 5 Tho heat hero ployment at good salaries but ho does obMich widow of tho great war governor yesterday was most intonso tho tom- Â¬ ject to their working for the sake of scidied Saturday night of ence Ho cares nothing for their beautiful Austin Blnlr 78 years peratnro reaching 00 degrees tho high Â¬ apoploxy aged reports for their olaborato theories Ths est point for tho soason Two fatalities aged S3 of Bucyrus Jacob Helnm llor troublo with most solontlflo men says occurred hero yesterday and two last is that they work for other 0 dlod Saturday Mr Holnmlllor at fid night the secretary and thcro havo bcon several other HU doatb was Thoy want tho approval becamo totally blind scientific men Tho list is as follows nnd spplausoof tholr contemporaries The caused by brain fevor brought on by the prostrations Miss Sarah Clinton aged 50 found on man I want them to work for Is tho farm failure of bis sight John S Spanna pioneer of Indiana who tho stroet died in a pollco station er If they cant show mo what they are doing for practical agriculture I will take settled lu Indianapolis In 1830 is dead Mr Lena Sodnsky agod 00 diod in Ho has sont letters At one tlmo ho wai owner of The State her room at the houso whero sho was tholr cases In hand of Sentinel For 80 years Mrt Spann hnd employed to tho heads of all tho eclentlfla bureaus bcon engaged lu tho real ostato business Mrs Agnes Leo of 1007 Woodland tho department requiring them to demon they nro thcro for and what avenue died of nervous prostration strate what LIGHTNING UNDER GROUND brought on by heat thoy aro doing John Bcndcl 4 Foljambo strcot died Postmaster General Gary hns already be Four Men Knotked Uncouiclout While oon af tcrprostratiou come one of tho luost popular men in the Down In a Conl Mine Martin Burns 207 River street taken new administration Ho Is plain old fash Oliarlcattutz SiiAMOKivPn JulyB to a hospital will recover toned accessible Ho looks and acts llko Eli Droller William Black and William John Lutchor Su Berg strcot at a gentleman of the old school and has not Mow and then Hut wero struck by lightning whilo hospital will rocovor tho slightest affectation Jacob Haifner aged 85 condition soma fresh young congressman Imagines working in tho Rellanco initio 1000 feet They were all serious the postmaster goueral Is a verdant In poli Â¬ beneath the surface E Cunningham 607 Kinsman strcot tics end that ho may be easily Imposed rendered unconscious and Rutz was upon but ono or two attempts In that speechless whilo Drehora left arm was will recover William Stark 30 years will rocovor direction satisfy him that he is barking up paralyzed after the men had come to D D Bcobe at a hospital condition tho wrong tree Mr Gary looks somewhat Tho lightning struck at tho head of eyo like an Innocent Quaker but ho out his tho slopo and followed tho rails to the lerious teeth In politics many years ago In fact bottom and out to the face of the gang HOT IN LOUISVILLE game of poli- Â¬ bo has spent a fortune in the he loves it and likes way where the meu wcro at work Tho rive Fatal Cases ami Ulght Other Case of ties slmply bccuute workmen suy that the dark chamber lrostratlon to help his friends were brilliantly Illuminated as the light Louisville July 6 Yesterday was Mr Gary and HU Mao iiing holt rushed toward them and tho hottest day over recorded hero Mr Gary Is best known as a business supposing that tho mlno gas had ex ploded they throw thomsolves ou their There wero many cases of prostration mud and if all tho omploycrs In tho coun try wero llko him there would bo no striken fazes They aro stiff and soro but feol from tho heat flvo of thom rosulting Mr Gary has 00 men In Ills no other effect of tholr thrilling exper or lockouts ThosO who diod from tho fatally employ who have been thcro mora than US ience effects of tho heat wero t y cms Ono man has been In his employ John Sooto a promlnout German UU Crime Was Ilrlvlnff Illm Mad autl bin fathers before him for 57 years and Giiimjcothe 0 Jnno a Albert J citizen to stllj curried on tho pay roll though be Warren Tolbert do skMtcottonany work Ho isiuan overseer Hamilton came to pollco headquarters Mario Ford uu appear mills and put in the and gave hlmsolf up stating he was Michael Hinds oca onco In nwhllo just because he llko wanted in Trumbull county tot stealing Unknown to and not because It Is oxpected In tho 05 a horse from a man named Marvin It Fifth and thoman who was found at rjver o 67 years of operation of their cotto was thought he was crazy but he was Besides these case thcro wero eight UU the Garys have never had a strike looked op and the Trumbull county other case of prostration It ha qceasionally been neceseery to r authorities notified HI story was conon tha Street 4m the wages of the men When con firmed by a telegram from Trumbull llurse Dropped freatat with a necwlty of this sort Mr county askiug thom to hold him on the Toledo O July 0 Yesterday va Gary oell all his ovorseors Into ths office charge Hamilton states that constant tho July day in 22 years In this He toil tfteui that what be has to do Is fear of arrest was driving him mad and city hottest govornmont thormomcter Tho painful to him then It Is to them or he dedded to denounce himself ism registered 09 and the instruments on to the wen He explains the buelMM coB tho street Indicated a temperature of Calhoun Declines Mice sttttetM whloh iuk the step Imperative f ota 110 to 115 Many cae of protrv IU July 1 Colonel W MM ikw the overseers and the moo under Danville hut tjsveitt nmlasataiiil quit a well as the pro Oalhoeu after coHeultlng with his tiOH havo been reported Manyttoue of hore them have bCH riesoreTFRe reduotkm U put In force J ha do dropped dead in fatal street Had It to the family awl bswlnee associate the 5m ova explain evetythmg p not beMt for a Hf ht breese prevailing Some eldeA to deolia the position of com mumf tad these Is no gnunUln- are bet troller of tba treasury In a stMtsiueut iy death wottW have undoubtedly slay things brighten up markets Â¬ out last night to jcureese grati tor prices higher Without a woe ot no glvaa to the preudent for cotieiderUur oseorred tude tie Die am Bad their oM WM or per MiaeLr la Chls asaert that he coald not hi nan bailee etUl ftlfbev om la their envelope OutCAOO Jnly OitieafO the to himaalt aaorUice hi law night ibis has oeeurrea time is Maturou close to 9 temporary goverumeut mtrui7 en ail tMatoMOM aava woes ytMtsMfcsr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Washington July 0 ISpcclol Socro- Wry Wilson of tliongrloultural depnrtment has a hobby and that bobby Is doing something or tho farmer Tho hard adopted at Pittsburg John Goldon confined In tho county jnll at Sidney O for burglary escaped by sawing tho bars of his coll window and sliding to tho ground with a ropo mado out of his bod clothos Whllo Gottllob Htldebrandt and wlfo an ngod couple were driving along nitrcot In Logau O their horse ran off wrecking tho wagon and throwing tho old couplo violently to tho pavomont seriously If not fatally Injuring tho old lady Erastus Drown n young negro was lynched by a mob of 803 persons at Vll luridgc Mo Saturday for an assault upon Mrs Annlo Focrvlng a farmers daughter Tho negro was hanged after being Identified by his victim who Is in a critical condition Crimes and Caaualtlos sulcldo The strike at tho Brlttou Rolling Mill companys mill In Cleveland has been declared off tho company having accopted tho compromlso tlnplato workers scalo Milt Cartwrtght aged 15 of 1rlucoton Ky dangorouUy hot himself in tho eye With suloldal lntont Hot Wave Swooping tha Ohio and Uocauso ho could not sleep owing to tho heat William Marzlauf of St Louis ono of Mississippi Valleys four brothers killed hlmsolf His body was found hanging in tho collar Miss Lizzie Hamberg of near Golcondn 100 PROSTRATIONS Ills committed suicide by jumping Into NEARLY the well and drowning herself She was 15 years of ago Bad health caused the Many Â¬ two ot them tatar Jjainncrt Lmuocry a carpenter and Henry Behllu a team Lter Several other casa aro critical At midnight a sovcro thunderstorm tweptovortho city sending the mercury down several points and bringing a wulcomo roliof Drop Tholr Â¬ 200000 MINERS An Deaths Especially In tho Larger Cities Automatic Fire Plugs Biow Out LOSS Â¬ CAUSING CONSIDERABLE Oincivx ATI July 5 Tho wnvo of tor rid weather under which tho central states Bwoltcrcd last wcok showed no nbatcmont yostorday From Pittsburg to Kansafl City and from Chicago south cloudless skies and a blazing sun loft a record of prostrations and death which has seldom been equalled for tho early Throughout tho entire days of July district tho mercury registered close to 100 in tho shado during tho day and the number of prostrations ran into tho hundreds Cincinnati with a maximum tompcraturo of 08 degrees showed tho highest doath rato six deaths rosulting out of a total of 60 prostrations but thero wcro many fatal cases at other points Tho weather bureaus rocord in Cincinnati yesterday showed tho mercury at 07 from 2 to 4 p m and at its max imum OS at 5 p m Local thermometers showed from 103 to 100 iu tho Bhado Tho sky was cloudless all day aud but fow pcoplo ventured on tho streets Fifty prostrations and six deaths Woro reported Tho names of tho dead as far as ascer- Â¬ tainable aro Mrs Dolia Uonncr Charles Stahloy Bertha Decker Jacob York Mrs Mary A Klosterman of Covington Ky An nuideutiflcd man found on tho strcots of Covington believed to bo Lou Smith of Cincinnati Whilo thero wcro CO cases of snnstroko In tho city that required romoval to tho hospital or to their homes it Is estimated that thero wcro 50 lighter casos tho vic tims of which went homo without as Bistnnro of the authorities Of tho class requiring medical attention 10 cases aro quite serious States wcathor bureau just issued speaks very favorbly of crop conditions throughout tho entire country Tho week was warmer than usual in tho southern states while it was cooler than nsual in the northern states Tho week was generally drier than usual except iu a fow sections whero tho rain Â¬ fall was excessive Tho Ohio valley is included in tho very dry district Tho week lias on tho whole been favorablo for the growth and cultivation of crops nnd harvestSrg of grain Local storms havo caused injury to crops in soino portions of tho country winter wheat harvest continues under generally fa vorable conditions crop is maturing rapidly Spring wheat has generally mado rapid progress Ohio crop conditions aro expressed in Sunny and tho following paragraph dry except scattered showers wheat ryo and barloy being cut in southern portion yiold fair heads well illlod with good grain oats heading but crop not up to averogo much good clover hay mado and timothy about roady for cutting corn improved considerably nnd is fairly clean but is still short and uneven tobacco backward but homo reported flue J gardens did well rasp Â¬ berries and cherries ripo iu many local- Â¬ ities Â¬ Â¬ THE COUNTRYS CROPS Outlook Continue Fiivoralilo lor Uiael- lent Yield of Cercnl Washington July 2 Tho weekly WILL cliuiato aud crop bulletin of tho United Picks and Domain Incroaso in Wages SEVERAL LAST WEEKS The Mm Claim to Be in Good Condition for a Long Battlo and WillWin or Starve PREST RATCHFORDS VIEWS Â¬ CoiUMiiiH O July 5 Telegrams re- Â¬ ceived by President Ratchford of tho United Mine Worker iiulicato that tho order for a general strike of tho minors this city was cnterod by two masked men and a small boy last night and tho women dragged from their beds bound hand and foot and at tho point of a revolver wcro requested to toll the hiding place of their money Tho women persisted in saying thoy had none aud tho fiends searched tho houso Uncling but a purso with 180 in it Thoy again demanded tho information threatening to bum tho houso down bat tho women ngaiu denied having any Finding they could got no monoy the men attompted to assault their captives but wcro unsuccessful Both ladies are badly brnlscd from tholr oxperienco with tho invaders Alter several hours efforts tho women man aged to untie each other aud to call for help but tho men escaped Â¬ Â¬ HORRIBLY TREATED Hand nnd Toot nnd Itobbod bf Tho Masked Men Tipiv O July 3 Tho homo of Mrs Elizabeth Hanman nnd her Bister Miss Anna Banman ono mile bouth of WOMEN Ilound FARMERS A Schema SWINDLED Alone Carried Through on Vroinlsei O a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I4 Â¬ Jtto bi llsMtotMoenw ffl wWiijr pogitioa which he asvya would hardly pay Mvlny Mpeoee In Washington for the tture were otes rjtet4 greater part In of the day and eoora of oroatretioM uyp stances It will last several weeks at least Tho miners aro in a better position to withstand a long striko at this timo as a great many of thom havo garden products on which to subsist and thcro will bo no great hardships en tailed such as would follow a striko in tho winter Tho fact that thcro is a fair supply of coal iu stock aud tho domand for domestic consumption is small will havo a tendency to prolong tho striko Tho contracts for coal for lake ship ment will causo tho greatest troublo The bulk of theso contracts aro hold by Pittsburg oporators but tho Ohio oper Appointments ators also havo a fair sharo Tho Ohio Washington July 3 Tho president operators havo not yet held a conferhas sent the following nominations to ence to consider the matter but aro considerably worried While they 6ay tho tho sonato William Woohvill Rockvillo of tho striko is ill timed and likely to fizzlo District of Columbia to bo minister and out they will closo down their mines at least until thoy can consul goueral to Grccco Roumania for a short timo goueral tho suspension dotcrmiiio now and Scrvia is A partial suspension only iu tho Arthur S Hardy of Now Hampshlro Pittsburg district would bo ruinous to gento bo minister rosident aud consul their business should the Ohio miucrs eral to Persia rcfuso to work Abraham E Smith of Illinois to be MINERS INDIANA consul at Victoria B O Asa W Tenny to bo United Statos The Ircsent Striko I Little Klso Thau a district judgo for tho eastern district Flcht Acnlnst Starvation of Now York Tehue Haute Ind July 5 Presi- Â¬ Richard Austin United States mar Knight of the United Mlno Work hal for tho eastern district of Tenues- - dent for Indiana says ho is convinced ere K00 Gcorgo W Allen to bo collector of that practically all of tho miners in tho customs for tho district of Key West Etato will join in tho strike He thinks tho blockmcu will striko from tho fact Florida that thoso at tho meeting Saturday Captured at Last overy men Wapakoneta O July 8 Superin were ofrepresentative It is not from known yet part tho county tendent Hoglo of tho Unitod Statos Ex many miners in tho stato havo press company with four deputy mar how iu tho striko Thoso who were joiuctl shals urrivod hore yesterday from Min- at work Saturday loft tholr tools In tho ster O having iu charge John Lowroy mines when thoy quit work iu tho and J W Patterd who woro arrested evening at Minster after a despcrato rosistauco President Knight says tho presont About 10 days ago tho oxprcss ollco at striko is little elso than n fight against Hobbs Ind was entered by burglars Ono miner iu tho northern starvation who secured two monoy ordor books said Mr part of our field told mo They havo bocn filling out theso ordors Knight that ho had drawn 3B0 for for various amounts aud having thom the past two mouths work Ha had cashod iu Ohio and Indiana towns In- Â¬ had four pay days iu that timo His cluding Union City Ansonla St Henry highest was 260 for two weeks and his havo bocn lowest 160 On this amount ho was nnd Minster Tho authorities tracking them over tho two states and forced to try to keep himself and his fiually succeodod in capturing thom Does auybody family from hunger think he could doit looduy Oldlloss Uuodtiy New Your July 2 The remains of MINERS OUT ILLINOIS William F Hoey were conveyed to resting place In Woodlawn Fifteen Thousand Slen Have Laid Dana their last Tholr Tool and Quit Work yestorday Nono but members of tho Siueatou Ills July B Tho coal family followed tho body to tho como miners of tho Strcator district with a tory Tho floral tributes almost total of about 15000 men havo laid ceuled the casket from tight down tholr tools in answer to tho call VOLCANic DISTURBANCES of tho National association Tho Strcator Cave Olrlnc Away Cause Considerable district includes tho towns of Strcator Apprehenalou Kanglcy LaSalle Peru Spring Valloy Chillicotub O July 3 Residents Poutiao Mououk Wenona Braldwood for mile around Bainbridgo who havo Bracovlllo Coal City Toluca and numer- Â¬ ous smaller places tho Strcator field beÂ¬ been alarmed by threatening disturb once of a volcaulo nature for soveral ing tho largest of auy with upward of day past believo thoy havo fathomed 8000 men Tho feeling among tho leader Is that the cause of tha disturbance though tho fight will bo short and sharp but thero Is still gravo causa for alarm that thoy must win out Thoy aro in That lootion is houeycombod with an poorshapo o stand a mouths lockout sygtom of great oaves and It The order to strike call upon not only cxtonslvo 1 thought that tnoao aro giving away tho miner but tho company men to join Tho dtaturbanco began Tuesday with tho striko interval of rumblings Great cracks HUMDUO IN 8EED3 appeared in the earth tree wcro swal up and considerable smoke seeped Secretary Wilson Tell About tha Mean Â¬ lowed ness of Dealer at Home and Abroad out of crevice which still remain and are very deep Thi ha continued since Washinqtox July 0 Somo interest Â¬ thtu and a good many of tho inhab ing statement and word of warning to itant of the neighborhood are expect Â¬ farmer aro given ing the earth to swallow them at al Americanseed InveetigatloHs in a report sabtaitted most any time Jaet bow far the oeve on para to Secretary Wilson It says thonaaiuk emtend k not known as they bar of pound probabjy ton of jriassi and tterw ben Usowncblx wlired Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Grocery agents who canvassed Seneca county throo weeks ago iu tho interest of a firm iu Toledo approaohed tho farmers and asked to tak 3 orders for goods in return for which tho agents wero to buy their butter at tho end of ovcry mouth and pay for it at from 22 to 83 cents per pound As this was something unheard of iu this county at this season of tho year tho farmors bought largo orders and a week ngo thoy wcro brought to this city whero tho purchasers got thom from tho Pennsylvania yards paying cash for them Yestorday was tho day tho farmors wcro to bring their butter to tho depot nnd thoy camo by tho scoro but tho agent was not thore and they sold their butter aa best thoy could after waiting around a number of hours MORE LUCKYMEN The lresldent Send In Another Hatch of Tims July 3 has been complied with generally throughout tho mining districts of Ohio Indiana Illinois and western Pennsyl Â¬ vania aud in bections of West Virginia and Kentucky It will take several days however to dctoriuino with nny degrco of accuracy tho number of men involved President Ratchford roughly estimates tho number at 200000 but this Is regarded as very liberal Ho is pleased with tho unanimity shown by tho miners and says that ho has tho greatest confidence in tho suc cessful outcomo of tho strike Ho thinks tho prospects aro better than in 1804 when a general striko was inaugurated At that tlmo tho scalo of prices was bo ing paid in many mining localities notably West Virginia whero a major Â¬ ity of tho miners continued at work nnd thereby greatly weakened tho striko Ho has hopes that tho West Virginia miners may now bo brought into lino inasmuch us they nro receiving wages far below tho scalo and their condition is cot any better than that of tho miners iu other states Tho coal production of West Virginia has iuci cased bo rapidly ill tho last fow years that tho output of that btuto now during exceeds tho output of Ohio tho striko of 1804 troublo was caused by tho shipment of West Virginia coal through Ohio tho Ohio miners en- Â¬ deavoring to btop the tratllo Tho railroad companies promptly appealed to tho stato for protection and almost tho entire Ohio national guard wus placed in tho held President Ratchford docs not boliovo thcro will bo any repetition of theso troubles iu tho present strike Spocial efforts aro to bo mado to enlist tho sympathy of tho West Virginia President Ratchford is en miners couraged to believo that this may be accomplished by tho fact that tho miucrs havo signified their intention to strike in many places whero efforts to enlist their co operation havo failed on previous occasions President Ratchford has received telegrams from a number of Pittsburg operators asking permission to operate their mines at kcalo prices These re quests aro all omphatically refused as it would work un injustico not only to other operators but their miucrs as Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ well As to tho probable- duration of tho striko President Ratchford says that will bo governed entiroly by circumÂ¬ ci Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ New Yonit Julyfi Tho Herald pub lishes tho following copyrighted letter from its Havana correspondent General Woyler is now nt Cienfuo gos on his way back to Havana Dcspito tho warlike tenor of his speech in San- Â¬ tiago ho hns practically attempted noth- Â¬ Ilrutnlly Trented by Ilurglitr Omiood Ind July 8 Tlireo masked ing in tho way of military operations men broke into tho houso of J A Bult Indeed ho has stated that it was im- Â¬ man eight miles from here Thoy told possible to make any movomcut until Mr and Mrs Bultmau that thoy had the rainy season is over But tho rain scon them with largo sums of monoy fails to dampen tho activo spirits of tho and wanted somo of it Tho aged couplo rebels From every provinco In tho protested that they hnd no money island como reports of rebol raids aud Bultmau was beaten until ho was un- skirmishes Almost auy night from A flro was built at tho feet tho outskirts of Havana can bo heard conscious of tho old lady and sho was treated to volleys of musketry and tho glaro from other indignities At last tho burglars burning houses can bo plainly seen gavo up aud left taking two guns and Tho report that Lacret lias crossod a number of other articles tho Jucaro Moron trocha is now conJnpnneso Threat Ho is now with Gomez firmed July 2 Tho Vaxcouveh B O A letter to Tho Heralds correspond Â¬ steamer Empress of China has nrrived ent from tho secretary of Brigadier with mall from tho Orient Ono Japa- General Javier Vega in Puerto Principo nese journal remarks in reference to province dated Jnno 22 states that Tho Hawaiian boliovo that Gomez is alivo and well Hawaii Thero is no Japan will not daro to adopt so extremo mention of his having bocn wounded a mcasnro as to go to war with so small Â¬ a country This causes Hawaii to show or having been iu any recent engage Â¬ go bold a front If Hawaii goes too fat ment Javier Vega however was seriously wounded in an engagement whilo wo shall certainly bo compelled to chas attempting to cross the trocha Tho tiso her Spaniards evidently mistook him for Irish Flues rulled Down Gomez Tho scciotary thus describes tho Leadville Colo July 5 Thore fight was considerable excitement hore yes Vega Jwho intended to cross tho terday ovening over tho pulling down of a number of Irish flags whioh wcro trocha with only a small body of men A to confer with Gomez had with him a displayed on several buildings Wo wero en Â¬ largo number of men visited these forco of 500 cavalry tho edge La buildlugs and ordered tho proprietors to camped on waiting of a plain culled op- Â¬ lledouda for a favorablo tako down tho green emblem On line man refused and tho flag was promptly portunity to cross tho SO our Shcrty after daybreak on Juno kcouta pulled down by fho crowd informed us that a Spanish column was ludlnus Not on the Warpath approaching General Vega at ouoo Washinqtox July 3 Information moved out upon tho plain Tho Span Â¬ ish column 1 000 btrong waB attempt- Â¬ from General Coppingcr commander ol of tho the dopartment of the Platte indicates ing to bteal np tho dry bedsomowhatriver and surprise us dis- Â¬ that only 40 Indians including women concerted whenand was wo attacked them and children Imvo left tho reservation Tho light had lasted 45 minutes whon at Hailoy Ida and that no deproda another Spanish column under Castol tious have been committed savo that lanos approached from tho other side of tho Indians whon passing through a tho plain We wcro obliged to retreat deserted village toro out tho lining of a but in perfectly good order Wo lost 10 houso killed aud General Vega ouo major and two lieutenant wcro seriously Flood Disaster In France Toulouse July 5 Tho river Sav has wounded Vegas horse was shot uudor ho himself foil to tho ground destroying him aud everflowed at The mombcrs of his Hint 40 houses and drowning 13 pcoplo At unconscious carrying him off tho Held succeeded in pcoplo havo been St Laurent threo The following day our forces un Â¬ drowned and 30 houses havo been swept der General Racio who had assumod tuvay command attacked 3500 Spaniards un Â¬ der General Linares who was encamped ORUWNfcU KfcOPLE EIGHT without artillery at Oaonao It was a Yerrlbte Fatality Anions Uatheri Along foolish piece of daring but our men Wo attacked tho wcro for fighting thu Chlcugo Ileach Ciiipaoo July 5 Eight pcoplo woro Spanish camp from throo Bides just as tho men woro waking from their nights drowned in Lake Michigan yestorday sleon During tho 35 minutes wo tired whilo bathimr at vnrious points along CO snots apieco Wo wero so greatly tho beach outnumbered that we had to retire los Â¬ ing only one killed and flvo wounded Mill Straub the llymulit Dead Chicago July 2 Miss Maria Straub Ono of oar wounded was Lieutenant Moutalvau who is only well known as a composer of church NelsonGomez takes on especial 14 years old interest and Sunday sohool hymns is dead In this youth and will probably soon of nearly promote him Miss Straub was tho author Since tho expedition 200 hymns all of which havo bceu set landed at Tunas wo aro well supplied musjo by American composers to Wo have with arms and ammunition now under guard at a convenient spot A Hotel Ladder iu tho hills 12000 extra rifle A ladder is made to bo walked on FIRE IN NEW YORK is a uovolty and but n humau ladder sometimes n grand uovolty Such a lad Over a Hundred Thousand Dollars Worth der camo into requisition in Now York of Property Destroyed not very long ago But after all New Yonir Jnly 6 Tho Louvre a though tho act was novel tho actor was dry goods mllliuory and houso furnish Â¬ but oiio iu tho long lino of men and ing goods emporium at 2783 and 2735 women who iu lifos emergencies aro Third avenuo which was about to bo always on hand to exhibit that spirit of opened by Henry Rosenthal and Issao courageous self forgotfulucss which Weil was destroyed by flro yestorday mnkes tho lookor on feel that thero I Tho loss will exceed 100000 The something grand left iu humanity yet structure which was built of brick It was but tho old story of n tene Â¬ was two Btorios high and had au iron ment houso on flro and a small crowd front Tho fire was first discovered In of frightened escaping tenants Tiny tho top floor bnt boforo tho engine ar Â¬ camo down tho flro escapes iu despcr Â¬ rived tho ontiro structure was ablazo ato hasto boforo tho firemen arrived At tho tlmo of tho outbreak of the npou tho scone but lietwccu tho last flames services woro being held in tho rung of tho ladder aud tho ground was Reformed church olose by The pastor fearing a panio gave ont a hymn and a drop of ten foot then dismissed tho congregation Tho light flimsy ladder swayed bo While cudeavoring to pat oet the ncntli tho weight of tliji roost vcuturo flames a man named O H Hawthorne who stood irrcsoluto sotno tenant had his hands badly burned and a fireÂ¬ frightouod to tako tho big drop and uu man named Jacob Hock wa overcome ablo to return for nbovo was au over by tho heat Tho flro spread to tho dry goods store Increasing weight ot human being pressing downward It was n moment ot Isaao Binder next door and the in- Â¬ ot peril and it threatened to bo one ot terior of the cottego ot George S Hsct catastrophe But jnst thou tho janitor ihaw on One IleHiirod and Korty lttfta troot wa destroyed stepped forward self possessed and self The lotse aro estimated a follow forgetful Stuuding on tho stoop ho Isaao Siader 30000 Measr WU and reached np and found that hi arm Rosenthal ou stock 70000 and could jiyit grasp tho pud of tho shaky luff 10000 Hetjehaw 10000 A short time before the fire Tjs qhs oot laddor and a Climb over wo ho cried and stood Henry Rosenthalsuun In man etataMd Leo fanfriiiiLti OTk Iamm M hi ground holding on to the ftiway Rosenthal urnrA explained to the cpolioe that mm cWUket ladder while m won ne nu vuuea me eatabiunuient iu sctatnbled over Mm to a place of aasety purposo ot making out a list of By mean of that hasnait latttsr Usejr ana arranging utuine YoatVa Com- - section witn tuo uu all reached tb gtoond been set for Julf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ clover seca nro snipped annually into tho United Statos which contain all sorts of vllo weed seeds In this way such peats as tho Russian thistle Can ada thlstlo wild mustard chess dodder wild daisy trefoil aud plantain wcro introduced hero Nearly every year witnesses tho advent of additional posts of this character brought to America in tho samo manner Tho difficulties in tho way of eradi- Â¬ cating such seeds when they aro onco established in a community aro woll night insuperable Tho wind stock and railroads it Is cited scatter them far aud wide A largo amount of cheap seed it is said is now being sold as novelties at fancy price through ma- Â¬ nipulation of tho namo and tho report sivb that tho German coffco borry which manv scedmcu aro now adver- Â¬ tising as a cheap substitute for coffco is really tho common Soja bean which can bo bought cheaply almost any where Tho lack of suitablo places for impartial tests by both tho seed dealer nnd tho buyer has been met iu Enropo for nearly o0 years by tho establishment of seed control stations now numbering about 100 and on whoso tosts guarantees aro basod Soveral oxpori incut stations in this country havo taken this matter np and recontly a committco from thom had a conference at tho agricultural department concerning methods and apparatus For three years tho dopartment has been investigating tho quality of agricultural seeds Tho testing is itself an immenso task and already this year over half a million of individual scods havo been counted out aud testod and a small trial ground has been started at Kensington Md Prominent seedsmen it is statccfffrequcntlv sell flvo or six alleged different varieties of an articlo out of tho samo bin A collection of 10000 vials of seeds from nearly all parts of tho world has been mado at tho depart ment to assist iu identifying tho foreign seeds found in commercial uso and tho department will thus bo ablo to givo warning against new or dangerous pests Horticultural literature it is said is full of quack recommendations for treatment and special studies aro now in progress by government experts which aro expocted soon to dovejop important results Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Klhr DOiffl MMNfi POWDER Absolutely Pure rOWDER CO Celebrated for Its great learenlnc strength and Assures the food attains alum and hfalthfulnoo all forms of adulteration sommon to the cheap brands KOVAL BAKING NEW YORK BRAVOJUBA Thoy Carry On Their Warfare Ra gardloss of Rainy Soason GEN GOMEZ IS NOT WOUNDED But on tha Contray He Still Llvbs and is Making Spains Position EXCEEDINGLY UNCOMFORTABLE A pV i l Breckenridge no a iJt jl t gTfryY irawTOxtyyyl Hk News nd 7 HARDINSBURG LX fc W TIMC TABLE 0 4 Ti 0 Baloagt Editor rroprltri 1807 WEDNESDAY JULY aoinoiiiT Pantngr Dally tr lUrdlnibarg- - Ti3T n pra fcyi Alex Stlth spent Sunday with his Bis Â¬ ter Mrs Wm Bowley Fresh pure drugs at Witts OWi BANKS Charlie Wimp ot Garnettavllle was Is the time that tries all the care Kentucky Photo Company coming our guest last Saturday of the mother and all the skill of Tits semiannual statements of our two Take your country produce to Witts Miss Inez Jenkins la visiting Misses bank which appear In thin lisuc show maternal management Baby Wm II Bell has tho school at Clifton Lula and Minnlo Bland a very healthy condition and reflect the comfort comes from fat fat standing of this community to tlio out Mills Mr Roland OBryan was hero Sunday babies have nothing to do but Miss Allco Baker has n school at side world Tlioy show that these Jnatl the guest of Mis Blands family to sleep and grow tntlons havo been airly prosperous dur Â¬ Kirk Mr and Mrs James Hawes aro visit Â¬ If your baby does not seem ing tlio past six months In spile of the Dr Sutton went to Louisville lost Sat Â¬ ing Mr and Mrs D W Lewis to prosper If he does not gain bard times Mr Heard cashier of tho urday Miss Susie Estel I a Elder is a guest of Burning itching skin diseases iustant Bank of Hardinsburg says tho business In weight you must get more Misses Lillian and Virgil Rhodes Take your produco to tho Clifton Mill ly relieved by DeWltts Witch Hazel of Ida bank for the past six months has store fat there A few drops of Â¬ Mrs James Fontaine attended tho funSalve unequalled for cuts brulsesburns been tho best in Its history Mr Skill J A Gardner went to Louisville It heals without leaving a scar Short eral of her uncle Mr Tom Fousheo man cashier of tho Breckenridge Bank Monday Mr Walter of Louisville has been a Hayneo Is very well pleased with his past six Mrs McGuflln is visiting her father guest of Charlie Casperkes for several months business and says it was an imdays STEPHENSPORT provement over tho last Our bank he at Buras Taylor and Wallace Babbage havo Mrs S O Malln is visiting her daugh- Â¬ each day will put on plump- Â¬ said is in fine shapo for futuro business Born to tho wife of Thomas Wright on ter Mrs Mason McMonigle of Owens We havo plenty of money which wo new bicycle ness fat outside life Inside the 28th a fine girl boro will be glad to place as soon as an oppor- Â¬ Deputy County Clerk Clint Hook Is baby and mother both happy Miss Marian Perrigo of Evansvillc is tunity presents itself We look for a on the sick list He who notes tho sparrows fall cannot Your baby can take and rel- Â¬ guest of relatives the good demand and a better business dur- Â¬ be unmindful of the pain of human Nobe Pate sold a big lot of stock In ish Scotts Emulsion as much Godfrey Haswell and Amos Board hearts ing the next six months as every thing Louisville last week in summer as in any nther So far as Brecken point that way were In town Sunday Mr and Mrr D M Duncan spent the Tho National Democrats are coming ridge county is concerned she was never McGary of Hardinsburg Miss Fourth In Cloyorport with Mis II V season hero next Saturday in better shape No better proof could For aalo by all druggist at joe and tuo Is visiting Mrs Geo Barkley Duncan Patent medicines of all kinds nnd at ho given than the statements of our Web Robertson Is visiting his mothor Henry Hardin and Gabe Meador of banks They have plenty of monej It bottom prices at Witts and also aunt Mrs Bettlo Napper Big Spring camo in Saturday on their short stop but didnt go with the team Estel Sutton has sold out his drug store belongs to the peoplo of the county It S II Dix sold his wheat at 71cts per wheels is being handled well it is in good safo at this placo to Ed Guthrie Poor Henry Hart that erring boy of bushel to be delivered by the 10th Mrs G II Casperke and Charlie Cas OwenBborol hands and the people get their dividends I know his dear sweet Fresh bread every Tuesday Thursday F C Ferry is the guest of his wifes perke aro visiting Miss Bottle Clarkson mother and my hoart bleeds for her and they aro happy So there is a good and Saturday James Hook near Big Spring parents Mr and Mrs E II Miller What crushes a mother like a child leav Â¬ feeling all around and after all thats Mr and Mrs Adams of Leltchfleld But what what it takes to build up and make a are visiting Charley Huston Miss Katie Board of Garfield is the I see our friends Mr and Mrs Toomey ing the path of rectitude prosperous community Banks are just guest of her aunt Mrs Kate Jarrett and Miss Floronce will spend tho sum noble grand gentleman friends Mrs Ever been on the parlor cars on tho Hart has and how they have come to her as necessary to the business world as are Mr George Jamison left last week to mer at Macklnnc Texas Mighty fine sailing stores railroads post oflices or express Dr Henry Shacklett and somo young rescue A good man a friond of woman visit Mackinac Island for a few weeks The Kentucky Photo Company will be in an hour of needl Thank God they ofllces and when they are conducted on Mrs Joe Smith of Louisville is tho lady visitors are visiting Misses Mattie do exist solid conservative lines liko ours it is a in Hardinsburg about July 10 and Mabel Shacklett guest of her brothers S and J McCoy Tho rabbits and ground hogs are get Â¬ Last Sunday on the greatest anniver- Â¬ fortunate thing for the community We Miss Jennie Cooko Webb Joe Mc Wick Moorman of Cioverport was sary in history of America Bro Pato congratulate tho banks and the people ting two thick around this town Gehee and Stuart Peckenpaugh are visit Â¬ gave us a fine patriotic sermon full of Â¬ and hope and bellovo that tho coming Jlonroe Wheeler who was sent to the tho guest of Mrs Andrew Crawford Sun ing Mrs June McGohee religion nnd zeal to God and Govern- Â¬ of 07 have in store greater poor house from Clifton MHIs died last day six months I see my friend Dr nnd Mrs R L ment Ho wants girls as well as boys to Mies Etta English returned from Hop prosperity for all week Newsom are having their already beauti- Â¬ honor tbo old flag He wants us all to Miss Iva Carlton of Rosetta was the kliiBvlllo and other places after a long ful homo made more commodious be full of patriotism and full of love to Mr R M Jolly of Iryington is being guest of Miss Allio Witt a few days last visit Gough are sure good weath- Â¬ mankind to the Giver of all gifts He Nevitt importuned to make the race for State week Mrs John Hook of Hardinsburg is er prognosticators bonce tho supply of preached in the afternoon to tho chil- Â¬ Senator on the Republican ticket He Photos at oc per dozen or 5oc for one visiting her mother and sisters at this pretty fans they handed out on tho 3rd dren and at night again not yet announced his intention but half has place dozen by the Kentucky Photo Com- Â¬ No nuptial knots to be tied soon it is thought he will enter tho race if pany This intense weather may accomplish Kyle Adklsson of Guston was tho giyen the nomination Mr Jolly is a one much desired thing an adjournment Cupid has sheathed his arrows till cooler guest of his father Mr L R Adklsson Charley Miller did not gat 118 for his first class man and a good citizen He is of Congress Its an ill wind Ac we breezes blow No alfresco entertain-Â¬ last week a successful business man stands well two head of cattlo as reported but ments on tho after the Scliool begins here on tho 0th of believe it 10100 with his party is popular at home and to read of that fall of snow flakes register being eo full tho past woek Just I am still repairing watches clocks August Miss Kitty Marlow of Vino at Leadvillo on throughout the county Tho Nkws dont tho 3d is refreshing and Frenchs show Miss Jen Hardin enter- Â¬ Grove is the principal jewelry silverware and spectacles liko his politics hut if its to be a Repub- Â¬ T ono anxious to be a carrier pigeon tained for Miss Herndon Miss Mabel G Hewitt Hawkins will givo a moon- Â¬ makes lican we would rather have Bob Jolly C Lewis Hardin gave a party for the debutantes light picnic at his home Saturday night for a while thrn any man yet spoken of If it is too hot for you you can go several small dinners and tho picnics and Mrs Dyer and daughter Miss Lillian yet it has been what you might term down to the lake and crawl under the July 10 Dont fail to come with Misses Belle Falrleigh and Emma Mrs Wm Kelsy nnd little grandson slightly warm Tiieue Is a good deal of politics in the icehouse Radley Ellzabethtown visited Judge little town of Mooluy vllle She has sev- Â¬ How I would lovo to bo with tho Bay Misses Netta and Ada Beard went up Jimmy Kelly of Cincinnati are visiting and Mrs 0 O Falrleigh last week View Circle to day at Irvington on this eral Unit class politicians and they keep to Mrs Munfords lait Saturday to relatives and friends at this place C M Nevitt teacher at Ellendale Col- Â¬ Gus Shellman nnd R N Miller of things pretty lively Tho business hasnt spend the 4th its Longfellow Day The program Is cer lege is at home for his summer vacation fairly opened up there yet but it got a tainly charming and those progressive Mr Owen Cunningham and his two Hardinsburg parsed through town Sat- Â¬ Chas is always glad to be back and his intelligent route to tho picnic at Helm urday good start on the first several of the can Â¬ daughters are visiting his ladies are much fathers family place en old friends are as glad to welcome him to didates being In town Both Democrats near Chenault be commended for tho interest and Mr and Mrs T B Falrleigh and Miss manner in which they conduct their and Republicans aro claiming majorities Mrs Rosie Bennett of New Harmony The candidates and picnics aro a little there next fall The Democrats claim too is visiting Mrs Leigh Isaacs of Louis- Â¬ Mabel Hardin will leave Thursday for a beautiful and brilliant programs It was frequent Giye us a little red lemon Â¬ 2 majority and Republicans say they ville who has been ill for sometime visit to Paducab Miss Annie Bondurant my full intention to be there to day but ade for a change will carry it anywhere from 10 to 20 but we aro glad to learn is some better will go on the same steamer to Mor indisposition and such extremely warm The Garfield Sunday School will at this writing ganfield for a visit weather forbid All honor to the Circle observe Childrens Day tho third Sun Â¬ Tho postofilce passed into Republican and to the memory of the grand old The farmers over in Tobiusport will The birthday party given by Mr and hands last Thursday Mr Bryant has poet surely have no kick coming this harvest day in this month Jerry Tilfordconductor on the branch Mrs Ben Lay in honor of their son the office nicoly arranged Miss Zula time With a forty buBhel yield and I am glad my friend Mrs D W Lewis Herman was well attended Friday even Â¬ Malln will be assistant till Mr Bryant gave me Hiram Golfs Religion to ten cents more in price is some better was here one day last week taking a ing We were entertained with nice understands all the bell ropes than Inst year any way Providence look at our town read It takes just such religion to even music on violins guitar and other instru Â¬ If you will run in all tho candidates ments Herman may you live to and not McKinly is smiling on the Our friends Mr and Mrs Jack Trent things up in this world of ours a enjoy tho attendance at tho picnics will be many happy returns of farmer in this good year of 1807 are beaming over with happiness they legerdemain it has to be under many the day slim this summer do not know that it is extremely torrid circumstances a gift of gifts If we all IUiCulican leaders say that the tariff Rev S F Kelly preached a red hot They dont make much fuss about After ten or twelve years of married life had Hiram Golfs religion there would question will bo settled now in about sermon on temperance at the M E It We are speaking of DeWltts Little a little daughter has arrived A new be mora right up and down Christians three weeks and then business will church last Sunday we would all have religion to do house- Â¬ Early Risers the famous little pills for love is reached We are all waltiug very patient move Miss Barbara Shacklett has relumed work with raise children contend with Zeno Hendrick was In Louisville last constipation biliousnessand all stomach ly for that time to come and if the tariff week and closed out his tobacco Ho and liver troubles They never gripe from tho Nashville Centennial and from all the little things of life and you know brings the promised good times well sold at a very good a visit to her nephew Lauren Taylor it takes a good deal of religion to over- Â¬ profit Short Haynes sty amen to it Miss Wathona Hamilton has also return- Â¬ come the every day annoyances and George Barkley of Stephensport has ed from her trip Both report a delight- Â¬ and petty occurrences in the by ways been appointed to tho AM College at DUKES This St Louis Globe Democrat says V ful time Mrs Judge Stuart and MrsLitltia Wil- Â¬ Lexington by Supt Driskell The farmers of Kentucky Indiana and Economics and social conditions are son have gone to Paducah and Hopkins George W Snyder was In town Mon Â¬ Ohio will receive o000000 more for Weather warm the uppermost topics and it is quite the ville for short visits Mrs Stuart is one their wheat this year than in 18WJ We day and qualified as administrator of the Crops growing nicely fashion for all globe trotters to jot of the most remarkably preserved women estate of Riley Snyder deceased hope so God knows they need it Oat harvest on hand this week down his or her views of subjects that I have ever known Bho has just passed The County Teachers Institute will should requlro years of close observation seventy two her beautiful hair is barely Farmers are laying by their corn meet Monday July 10 It will be con- Â¬ The peoplo of this town have cschewd tinged with frosted silver by the brush Mrs Nathan Starks is on the sick list to moralize about ed politics and taken up bpse ball ducted by Prof A R Thomas of Eliza Boss McGeheo James Bickerstaff of time but her eye is still clear her week this Even Buben Miller the greatest politici- Â¬ bethtown complexion blooms and the wrinkles of an of them all couldnt get a hearing on The shower Thursday evening inado Will McGehee Bud Price Harvey old ago have yet to come The long A boy will ride a bicyle four miles the his little talo of woe Ditto Gene Fontaine Misses Lillian and hottest day that evor camo but if you the ground work nicely Virgil Rhodes Maydee Pusey and Llda pathway of her life has often been mark Â¬ The Republicans of this Senatorial want him to hoe cabbage fiften minutes Thesorgham crop is not looking so Haynes composed a cool pleasant hay ed with bitter sorrow but she has not District have called a convention to meet its awful well in this neighborhood allowed trouble to sour her She is as ride to Sulphur Well last Saturday in this city sometimo this month We handsome as active and as much in My shop is well equipped for all Fine crop of early potatoes where the have not been advised as to the date Will D Howard has bought tbo prop- Â¬ touch with the world as a woman of repairs of time keeping machinery bug did not destroy the vine erty on AVest Hill known as the Dayis fifty The Silveriles held a big convention in Every thing done first class Come see Mrs Hettie Duke is confined to her home and will put up a modern cottage the state of Ohio last woek and it all Mr Mike Flaherty of Flaherty died bod with favorable symtoins of pneumo It is one of tbo prettiest sites in town reports are true she will turn everything mo T O Lewis over for the ticket this fall Some people are of the opinion that a nia fever with a pretty view of the river I am last Saturday night after an illness of a Mr Flahortys name was fifteen dollar plank fence around an Mrs Miss Beulah glad to welcome Will and Teggy for short tlmo Emma Isom synonymous wlthhospltallty good cheer If the Brandenburgers want to run up eloven thousand dollar county jail Is In Roberts and Master Arthur Isom went neighbors agalust a real live base ball team just whole soul and broad charity He was let thorn come down here and cross poor taste Good enough for these pros Â¬ to Cioverport Friday Mr Editor tho heat is Sizzling and kindly known throughout this and ad Â¬ perity times though bats with our boys fizzling but our young people are just Messrs Finley Burnett Nate Starks joining counties as Uncle Mike Flaher- Â¬ you nave 10 uo now to get up a Jr and wives of near Patesville visited as effervescent and there aro entertain Â¬ ty with good cheery word for every- Â¬ It is said that Missouri is well adapted mi ments galoro for the week Miss Linnte body He was a to the sugar beet Industry Why not try picnic is to get up three or four chunks relatives here Saturday and Sunday Roman Catholic devot Â¬ of mutton a bucket of water with one it hnre in Kentucky or in Breckenridge This Is the time of year when vege- Moreman will entertain to night Skiff ed to his religion and to all that pertain- Â¬ lemon in it a few slices of light bread comity tables of all kind should be cooked rides and moonlight picnics on the pro- Â¬ ed to the welfare of his church I have and advertise for a crowd thoroughly by so doing cholera morbus gram no particulars His wifo has been dead Lkvkl iikadkd business men all over The new flouring mill out at Kirk will may claim less victims In the Musical Million a Journal of several years He leaves a family of the country all feel and see that business Is improving gie that place a fresh boom A good The blackberry crop is a bountiful music and poetry I find a pretty sacred children who were devoted to him and mill adds custom to any point Such an ono this time and has begun to ripen in soulful song Im Going Home by our who will greatly miss his kind fatherly investment ought to bo profitable at a few days nlackberry coblers will be minister E E Pate Ph D and arrang care To them we all extend heartfelt An Interesting Service Tho ordinations and installation ser Â¬ Kirk It has a fine country to back it one of the palatable diets that constitute ed by J II Hall tiro Pate takes great sympathy interest in music and is anxious for a vices held at the Presbyterian church and a number of successful farmers the dnlng table of every house hold Last Saturday was a record breaker for last woek were very interesting Al good choir in his church The Walter Clark old farm Is being Mr Editor it is very natural for us to heat but still patriotic Americans had to though the night was exceedingly hot brought out this year May and Elder think that our girls are pretty and we I havo received an invitation from tho glorify Picnics were tho order of tho a largH audience greeted the Commls have a big crop on it and with soma know that you aro telling the truth F 0 of the B V R 0 this p m Mon Â¬ day eyorywhere Shady retreats BloutHH as thev entered tho church wheie Dr 0 1 Luce of Owenshoro preached improvements they have made on it Breckenridge girls day to bo present at their Longfellow the troes rustled in the warm summer a very line ssrmon after which the tlio old farm looks like qulto another when you say that are pretty for we iiave seen some of Celebration to day Wednesday As Ive air and where the sunshine sparkled on questions of ordination were put to the umdiikitH for the gospel ministry by place Tliero Is onough land in it for them that was hard to beat for good said elsewhere la this column nothing the water wero eagerly sought Groves Itev J It Collier 1 D A call having four good arms looks but Hancock county is the cap would aflord me moro pleasure were it all around rang with laughter song and been presented by the congtegation to PSMrs happy voices In spite of Sheol tempera Â¬ Abo Sanders who lives a few sheaf of femlnlno beauty of the state of possibly in my power Thank you F ture A number of our people went the Itev Donald U Grant and accepted to 0 for the invitation and accopt regiets Sulphur Well a good many to Ekron miles back of Balltown was brought Kentucky by him The Commission then proceeded to I nt tall him as pastor of the church here one day last week and adjudged a Sfster Pate says the missionary meet Â¬ Getting away for Natures retreats was There was a right good attendance at Itav K L Warren D D in a few well lunatic Mrs Sanders condition was a Sunday School the 4th With the new ing at Hawosvlllo wm a glorious one and the order of the day Mrs 0 G More cliosou words delivered the charge to men and Mrs 0 S Grinnell wero duon- tho newly Installed pastor while Uev very sad ono She was completely brok Â¬ literature we hope to see a groater she feels greatly benefitted by being pre Â¬ nas for a delightful coterie of young peo Â¬ down In health and talked in a wild interest manifested Witlt four grades of sent with such a body of enthusiastic ple who spent from 6 p m to 0 down at J It Collier D I in a very happy en manner gave the charge to the people strain all the time She left three little literature including cards for the smaller workers She wishes I had been thero the old mill where tho scorching sun is After the benediction a large number children at her home to be cared for by children should be sufficient to enlarge with my enthusiastic disposition I am forbidden to enter where the Ohio glides ot the members camo up aud greeted qulotly by and whero trysting her friends Her two Bisters came to the classes to such extent that will be never half and half I am either whole galore exist for hammocks and totua nooks the new pastor totes the court houso with her and their part Â¬ praise worthy of so honorable a people soul or nothing The party consisted of Mrs Lillian Dyer Tfils Is as it should be and the News ixuwratulates the church on their wise ing was an extremely sad one as constitues tho surrounding com- Â¬ Tho Sport of Brandenburg played and Emma Radley of Ellzabethtown OpUct Ophelia Itev Grant Je an excellent The directors of tho Breckenridge munity Ekronitea on their own ground last Sat Â¬ LouisvilleBennett and Bertha Stokes pastor an indefatigable worker and the Annie Nevitt Woodland Normal College met at the bauk build urday with another victory for the Lula Harris Ruth Phillips Bess Lewis church under his charge will grow and - ing Monday afternoon to elect a princi- Â¬ er and he a blessing to the memVim vigor and victory these are t e VSports who are seriously contemplat- Â¬ Llnale Motokm Agass Worbtad Allie me community in general pal of the college for the ensuing year characteristics of DeWltts little Early ing trying to play ball over the dia Â¬ Belt aad the thrse gracss Chas Nevitt very i ace aud will Elleadale see in a Malta Bert Brows GriMull Co1m Freak collatioa Pres A tteUeitKU Lthcompletbn of the hand- - Present Morris Eskridge President Risers the famous little pills for consti- Â¬ mond with the Colonels was - B F Beard Dr A M KIncheloo and pation biliousness and all stomach awl seems to be the cb anaploH for his age vsd ysmI waste usows e Wa will eniircictiov tiinjer construeV Q Babbage The application of Prof liver troubles Short Mqnwm is a m aM wag yswuMbsr J lily 3f4 1897 j he Is stroflfr Henry Hayses Â¬ SIX PAGES 8019 IHT Paunger Dlty rr IUrdlaibarg l 1 65 II Logan of Uloverport was present ed and tho board unanimously voted him tho prlnclpalshlp for tho ensuing year Prof Lfgon camo beforo the board highly recommended by tho citizens of Cioverport where ho has been conducting tho High School for the past four years Mr Logan will go immediately to work and do what ho can to make the school a success this year The first term will open In Sep Â¬ tember by which time ho will have made a thorough canvass ot tho county in the Interest of the institution Tho board feels hopeful that Prof Logan will bo able to give entiro satisfaction to nil patrons of tho institution Tliero is no doubt but what Hardinsburg is tho place for a successful school J BRANDENBURG Mr Gotigli is much belter Miss Charlotte Herndou has returned homo Harvey Grcon Is down from Louisville for a short vacation Babys Second BARGAINS AT Summer CLIFTON MILLS Goods at Reduced Prices for Cash 20 pairs of Ladies Fine Shoes reduced from 225 to 100 Ten days ago at our closing sale the men crowded in and as they thought got all the best Bargains but we still have some left FOR THE LADIES X lVlVVVVtVVMlVS SJfJ V G BABBAGE Assignee Â¬ Youre Safe With Us There nro no string to the guarantees wo gl vo you Ye plainly toll you what to expect from every purchaso and shift all the responsibility from your shoulders to ours We glye you the fullest measuro of protection and satisfy our customers in every instance regardless of money loss We want you to look up to this as tho model grocery store and trade hero witli tho feeling that youro runnlDg no risk This is a store with a past a post that will bear the keenest scrutiny Â¬ Gregory QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE Gibson Cioverport Ky MidUsummer BRECKINRIDGE CIOVKRPORT KY BANK Bargains Something You ore always need Â¬ ing and something that will bo Satisfactory in Quality Quantity and price in the way of At the Close of Business on tho 30th day of June 1897 riEsouncES Loans and Discount less loans toDlicctors Loans to Director Loans to Officers 453S 6577 Overdrafts unsecured Due from National Hank f 3503834 Hanks ami Due from State 11141X1 671799 Hankers Nanking Hourennd Lot U S Bonds Other Stocks nnd Bonds Specie 410105343 10000 Shoes Hats Dry Goods Notions and I VJ Furnishings wide-a-awa- 300000 20000 3182673 1615000 Reduction in Price in nil lines in ordor to keep our goods moving during the dull summer months We are look- Â¬ ing closely after our I Currency Furniture and Fixture Debts in Suit 77S 77 3S6577 00000 Proust Acct 3535 S3 43 31969s 38643 93 LIABILITIES Capital Slock paid In in Cash f 4510000 Surplus Fund 000000 Undivided Piofiu 76 59 Due Depositor a follows via Deposit subject to check on which interest is not paid 8177313 Time Certificate of Deposit on which 3 p r cent Inter 8769704 17047017 est Is paid Dividend Unpaid Dividend 4 per cent declared today Funds to pay Taxes 180400 473 UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT and Livery Business and offer you the best service for your money Dont forget us when you need GROCERIES G T Marshall IRVINGTON KY Farmers bring In your Produce will pay Louisville quotations Card We derire lo Inform the public that we are buyers ol tobacco and not sellers that we are not connect- Â¬ ed with the T I Major warehouse nor with any other tobacco warehouse in the city and neverhavo been WD MAJOK Louisville Ky HAK11V MAJOR V 1 V I State of Kentucky - 38643 98 County of Breckenridge A II Skillman Cashier of the Breckinridge Bank n flank located and doing business on Wall street In the city of Cioverport in aid county being duly worn lays that the foregoing report u in all respect a true statement ol the condition of the said Hank at the close of butiaes on the 30th dky of June 1897 to the best of his knowledge and belief and lurther say that the business of stld Bank ha been transacted at the location named and not tlstwhefe and that the above report is made in compliance with an onlclal notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 30th day of June 1897 a the day on which such report shall be made A B SkiixMam Cashier jSJ Assignees Notice The undersigned give notice that he ha made application to the Brerkenridee Couaty Court to be discharged a Atsignee of W S Smart This the 14th day ofjune 1897 C W Moorman Assignee 48 K W HBowuei J T Skillman V NDlluv J Directors IS Subscribed and sworn to belore me by A Ski I man Cashies the and day ol July 1897 Chas B Skillman N I B B iCth I900 Commitsion expire and Whtrter Habit cared at homo with Â¬ out pain Book of par ticuirsftnt FHEK w m wrwirritv u r OfllQOlOlNl rrorK f Jn QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE The Next Time KY BANK OF HARDINSBURG HAIIDINSBURG You Want ANY OF THESE NAMED 3t ARTICLES t At the OI030 of Business on tho 30th day of June 1897 RESOURCES Loan and Discounts less loans to Director I 1103748s Loan to Director 00000 Overdrafts unsecured 79 Due from National Bank 1860501 Hanking House and Lot 300000 615 46 Other Real Estate Other Stocks and Bonds J975oo for Specie Currency and Exchange t Clearings lMSH5 Furniture and Fixtures 100000 SEE Babtoges Line SOAPS ALL KINDS HAIR BRUSHES CLOTHES BRUSHES TOOTH BRUSHES COMBS Â¬ Sl7i77 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In lu Cash I 300000 Undivided Profits 657161 on Deposits subject to check Is not paid which interest 54157 Time Certidcatca of Deposit on which 3 per rent In terestUpald 6164164 11889916 JM7077 Â¬ State or Kentucky 1 County of BrtckenridjH M II Beard Cashier of Bank of Hardinsburg a nank located aud doing business In the town of Hardinsburg in said county being duly worn ys that the foregoing rtport Is in all respect a Stationery Line TE Â¬ Hue statement ol the condition of the aid Bank at the close of business on the jotli day of June 1897 to the best of his knowledge ami belief and further says that the buslnes ot said Bank has been trans acted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made jn compliance with an pfllcUl notice received fium tho Secretary of Mate designating the 30th day of June 1897 as the day on which such report sbll be made M II llEAtn Cashier WE ARE OARRYINQ A n Complete Line of Kpttoiu J Subscribed and sworn 10 before me by M Beard MoKRiiEsKKiDOi O W Beaep V 1897 Wrccurs II 1 w3 TS sr Heard the and dsy of July By Feane Kao RS DC Skillman CIcrkBCC V - fe1 JABBAGE TE21T2 wn r THE BHROKKNRIDGK JRECKENRIDGE NEWS 7 NEXWS PET SCHEME GLOYRRPORT of the Inlvcranllet Olmrcli Going July 5 nnd 1 Inclusive Return limit July 1 i Nntlniiiil ItopiiMlciui Xjourmc Con Â¬ ELY DEBS I iff tfKUNEBDAY JULY 1807 DIXIE rrtM Way Dwr In DWo a Lonely mkwwlfiga Bay Gives Hia wpre88lflH3 of racov mmmmm9mmmmmm9mmmmm4 ANDY CATHARTIC As It la Viewed By Our Brandon burg Correspondent I presume meet all of us havo been reading Dibs views and we have as wall some curiosity on tho subj ct I havo just finished reading How to Build Hero Now n Co opernllvo Com Â¬ by N W Leruioud hand monwealth ed me by my young and talented friend Mr Albert Johnson He Ih of nn Invrs llgHtlng nilnd fo ho sent to headquar ters for literature Tho article mention Â¬ ed nbovo thinks nt tho rate this nation Is going now that it will not take lone to wipo out tho last vestigo oi the middle classes nnd reduco the people to the condition o paupers and slavts The writer thinks a remedy must be applied and speedily or we will soon ceaso to bo a freo nnd independent people He does not think our secret elections tend to Inspire us with much confidence In the efficacy of the balot He says wo aro crushed under the whrcs of capitalism and ho wants all Socialist brothers and sisters to come together to practice what they preach and fdrm his Co operative Commonwealth and to put collectivism to the test nnd prove to a doubting world that it is practical He goes on to tell how to build massing forces In one State is tho main Idea and then say by 1000 he thinks n real Cooperative Commonwealth might be established The State preferred is one West of tho Mississippi orSmth of the Ohio Bring land and la- Â¬ Man has beon divorced bor together from naturo long enough is the idea I am not sufficiently posted to even take tho initiative stand on these opinions but the discontent this arraying of sect- Â¬ ion against section this cry against cap- Â¬ ital tho uprising the upheaval of our peoplo against movements aiming not at honesty but nt comfoit show Socialism is g lining not as politics so much as a religious bolief to its followers It has become a creed to them Thoy feel and bcllovo they nro compelled to lead dlr honest lives nnd nro honest In thus agita ting a subject so dear to their hearts It will however and thoy realize it be slow and tedious work to educate all their followers even up to the truo eco- Â¬ I dont nomic iinciples of Socialism think I could ever endorse tho Socialist theory but I do want something to happen to see the wheels of prosperity roll round Man and nature closely wedded and their offspring the fruits of the ground recognized as profitable in our maruota Certainly there is some up- Â¬ ward tendency in prices apples that sold for 50c a barrel last season are now bring- Â¬ ing double that We notice other things in proportion Let us hope that this momentous controversy may be settled by men learning to feel an interest in all that concerns men The old heathen Becauso I am a man poet that said therefore nothing that concerns men is without interest for me was right and we as a nation should exercise that spirit not masses against classes not capital against labor we live iu a grand Repub- Â¬ lic wiioro no such spirit Bhould be toler- Â¬ ated But there is something alt out of joint with us sure aud only tho good Lord Who rules in wisdom can tell the result Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Women Uonr co in mm I nn chronic illwuc wunun Women ftctillar to to deranged kidneyknow end failure of delicate orgaut to perform their natural funcllons vention airrvmianeaa NrAiiIck Whynit nrevr H alt tr iVi jltlNHMANN euro J 11 llilp tlmt ticwlAf heMKVrilOf INIIAIr antt eenlrkniw br the to of this that nervouinen Inhaler the srettet tlmnlnnt and irerenUtlro known Woiulerrnl MAiNH IMIAIIJlt onl yon will 1aj ea4 re It By DrneeUU Its eaatiilt rv mii la Mi a4 rp iiMk uu c tmiiJin imiaio tiituiu niiii a a r- uf Netor JteHdnrlie new Vh itllonf DO YOU a trljit jon suffer from TRAVEL to Aroyotiirnl UV Do J nine July 12 and 13 inclusive It planbooiltfi ADDULUlnhl 2550 UnQflfnTUr gvw4 10 V CURECOHSTIPATIOH ALL Ill II1J JBP TJJUlBl DRUGGISTS III 1HH UTiill fiTIM XBTIPntor eauaof fonsllnsJIon CasttrMi ire lliclitfillii UUflllflMrjEiU Mm nnfr rrlpor rrlplutfnmefsrnstarlrniDlli t AH Return limit July 10 Cotoron IV V II alio Cliniituiiijiui IlioloKruplicrftt Aocliitlon of WINTERSMITHS nuchu corrects the primary cause heal ing and strengthening tlieie organi Itau years of iKcei Luirsntees ll value fse It nnd von will have a clear complexion nnd better health America At the Law Office of Going July nnd 12 Inclusivo Return limit July 20 11 Toiniiin Int runrlli Niitloiint Cont onllon Return limit August 12 Iciianr 8TKKMNO UKKI 0 rMrro ttontrnl Co orMn Tnrk in Going July 13 to 15 Inclusivo BUCHU V G BABBAGE IN IIARDIHSDUUO IrHS JEAUJIFUL SOUTH LAND A Wonderful 1111 Dhi Nashville Centennial Tho Cot- - JAIMNQaEN A w 18H Field The Father of Waters and USEFUL HAYRACK It It MTHER POINTS OF INTEREST Undo Sam Why doctor that looks llko tho pill MoKiulcy gavo mo to ro dnco my revenue Dr Dingloy Yes Its iiinmllcuts nro practically tho sumo though perhaps they aro somewhat shoncr U8 But you say this is to increase my revenue How cau it work both wnys IlinllnnnnKii Young rcoplc ica VIiIciiro III Tcim llnpllat Union of Amer Â¬ You Can Get 3 A Deed Mortgage or any writ Going July 13 to 15 inclusivo Return limit AugiiBt 15 monument Unveiling of 20 Iouan Going July 21 Return limit July owns it in a lottcr to Ohio Fanner In tho illustration tho sills A A nro 3 by 7 and 15 fcot in length Cross benches B B on sills aro 2 by 4 and 3 feet 5 Inches long or to suit width of yonr wagon These aro bolted on to sills as in llce engraving using 10 inch bolts putting Oa June 15 1 took my l avo from my them in from underside of sill with owe at Webster bid farewell to thos a nut on top of cross boncli Tlicso bolts tat were dear to me and started for you will find nro an Inch too short to llfl place by way of Louisville and Nash roaoh through but aro countersunk an ille It the reader will bear with me I inoh beneath and n small nail driven 111 try to describe my journey and throngh tho holo cross wlso to prevent loss of bolts should a unt work off ns smo of its beauties I spent the oven igof the 15th with friends n Louisville they aro apt to do The nuts aro on top whero thoy can bo scon Tho correspond- Â¬ Ad at 1165 a m the 10th took the train ing cross benches C O on wings aro 3 In feet G inches in length and mndo of 2 ir Nashville to visit the centennial Lulug through Kentucky Ballet II a - by 4 stuff Tlicso aro cut as shown in n Hart and other southern counties engraving to slide on over sills and fit saw some very pretty country and under tho boards on center of rack pWutiful seuery but as this part of the Thcso boards aro 1 by 0 and cut right nntry is perhaps farmiliar to the length to reach as shown in cut of rack sumo Tho boards or Baler I will passou After crossing In length sido tho sills wings1 aro tho stuff by 0 as and runnessee I belield for tho first time Thcso aro boXcd and nailed to bouohos m tton llie chief crop of the Sinlli rowing broad beautiful fields of waving otton Then passed on into the beaut it hill country North of Nashville Oh tie hills 1 long for a look at the hills fere there is no rise in the ground road flat acres as far as the eye can ee But I must go back to Nashville I rrlved at Nashville at 503 p m and af- ler finding a good boarding house I vent at once to the exposition grounds Ind buildings of Yanderbuilta Unlversl- the greatest seat of learning in the uth That evening I spent in view ig the wonders of what is known as anlty Fair something similar to the lidway Flaisance at Chicago in 03 it ntalns such shows as Moorish Fulace firror Maizj Edisons Mirage Streets Cairo In Did Yionna Chinese and pancse Theaters Old Plantation a gro allow Animal show Oiant See- Jq w The Shutes Battle of Gettysburg d mauy other shows of interest fter spending several hours in Yaulty air I wont down to the Lagoon to the lue Grotto and witnessed the fire works hlch were very good pn the followfng day I visited the bishing house of the M E Church ith which is an enormous buildirg a place of much Interest From ere I went to the stale House of Tenn- AN OHIO HATKACIt usee then to the Exposition and the mainlng time of my stay in Nashville O 0 The end ladders ran readily bo ae spent in viewing the exhibits of the made after tho rack is ready to faston utheru States not only of the States together I will say that laddors on my rack aro 5 feet high and back ladder is it foreign exhibits The Government arranged with n looso trou pin to boom eplay was a repetition of the display at tho load on nt any desired height filcago only on a union scale but was Tho holes at D D iusido wings are nice Tha 17th was Virginia day mado for purpose of hinging wings on 1 the Governor and his staffand about to main framo of raok and correspond Bo malitia were present It was also with hoc9 in oross bouohos B B whero noxville day and the Knoxville people n half inoh bolt 5 inches in length fastens them together nnd is itsolf held we there in force in placo with a key through it This X heard Fischer grand Orchestra at the makes n cbmbiuation raok whioh by at- Â¬ dhotium and when they took up the taching end gates and tight board floor alnsof Dixie there went up such a can bo used to haul hogs tllo pump Â¬ eerthat one would know without be- - kins etc nnd by plaoiugn fow boards g told that he was in Dixie Land on sido wings a largo load of corn in The Kentucky building is very small tho oar can bo hauled As I havo al- Â¬ Fit home like as Kentucky is While ways haulod a great doal of feed each n ere the Misses Green from Hopklnt- - wiutor I dotaoh tho sides placo it on of sled and mako a very good feed rack tlle came in and one of them began to it upon which to haul feed from tho lay My Old Kentucky Home this fiold to tho barn ook e back to my native home and My raok is all mado of red elm and jyb1 WW made me realize that I was painted with two coats of oil and Vene Â¬ wIek my Kentucky home perhaps for- - tian rod whioh makes quito a durable ver I went to Memphis by way of paint for farm tools and better by add kcKeuzle spent only three hours in ing a fow pounds of white lead A rack very conven- Â¬ Memphis but looked for the first time of this kind will bo found ient upon the farm and I nssnroyou I poa the Father of Waters the burial would not trado it and go back to the lace of Desoto tho great Mlsslssln- - old platform rack river It is very low now and one lould scarcely think that this was the Prairie liar tread rolling destructive river of three A contributor writing from Nobrnaka oftthfl ago Memphis Is a real nice to the Iowa Homestead gives this ad ws more modern than Nashville but vico After getting tho olovor nud tim- Â¬ aee I left Nashville have tasted no othy saved In good condition dont wait until tho middlo of October to put up red water I came over the Yazoo your prairio hay thinking it is good from Memphis enough for tho cows to winter on Prai Hatlsslppi valley road trough the cotton belt of Mississippi rio bay is worth tho same caro and judg- Â¬ hkfe two months ago was under water ment you glvo tho olovor Staok it green it k now green with cotton and corn enough to tako salt raid havo a littlo of when you stuck artiolo mw beheld a more beautiful country that give eachon handsmall dose and if load and wr juora bountiful land resembling the day is favorable ntho hay Bhould be Ih our own Holts Bottom only raked luto light winnows aftor 0 oclock ilktd Crops in tho evening U 100 miles wide It remains in tho wind Â¬ k well here considering the late plant rows until n littlo crispy or in othor I am here with Dr T Taud O O words until dry ouough to rattlo like ndotf formerly Breckenriege county hay whon it should bo put iuto tho I Both are bachelors and are doing barn or staok as fast as posilblo Tho haystack should not bo too largo but mi wwy nave over jwu acres in cue the bulk iu tho bam may ba large This is con MUob cotton and corn barn bay does not pack like bay ih unhoalthy locality especially in tho staok not raised here and I am afraid Stock winter woll hero upon it nnd twill m compelled to leave shortly as I fatten without grain whilo horses do 1X4 think the climate and water at tho ordinary farm work fed on such hay alone Cattlo and shoep aro futteuod ere with me to a flnlsh1 Ob no thoy nro not Just of the News last rttlvd a copy fed stock but thoy gol k and H m a letter from some liko tho corn friMuI la the Apiary rwwl every thing pHaiiiiagtBredf Puttiug on sapors sometimes puzzles ad Mjuta eeMMtlM i waM to begiunw Farm Journal says As a Web gcefl rule whonvor bees multiply itM bM all the hote to tJMtovllfeOHfcmlimi M that tttey crowd each othor is tho hive or begltftolle out at tho entrance Mm awl all th mm my wur of wrlUn I Am mpeN shoHW t onee be put on This Moom give tfaM plenty of roam and keen a WmIjt boy to Dtafct thaw at work They ehotkhl mtoc be Wathut 1 Uaiu 3Wwd to lounge oa fee oateMe for laok of MM to deposit houey T lir OawMiwitM Wmpna Oftttiuf Ita qsittti wiugs will mv LC fail W aw 4nwciM miA m mwr nmm tton foinf to the lotwi Editor of the News and friends BsifeclcenrUlge county Some of my ileaiknaay be surprised to see a letter Bh the New from mo nnd from this 2 JllouiKa Fonit MlsiSuarkey County Way Ahead of the rintrorm Rack How to Make One A hayrack that has been in nso for four years is hero depicted It has given grent antisfactlou is as good as new nnd is thus dcscrlbod lyr tho man who ity pill Its n protection and prosper nnd vlll produco nuy effect de an infallible euro for any sired hud all fiscal and industrial ills If tab- Dr D Â¬ Cincinnati O lcaguo of 11 Its i Going July 21 aud 22 Inclusive cruiiiu Kpworth Church S Con ton Instrument drawn Kent pieco of land buy or boII Collections mado aud remit nuccs pro rapt Copying done on tho Call graph the best typo writer in tho world Return limit July 20 IiidlaiiiinolU I ml Annual e SOS2 pfy vrntlon Young 1enploN Christ- Â¬ ian Union Going August 17 and 18 inclusive Good Neat Printing Â¬ Return limit September 12 National Rucnnipinent WL DOUGLAS For II yenrs tlili ohoo by nicrlt nlonelmdltancod all coniolltorn W DouKln and Ui Mioo nro the proiliictlnnft of akUIcil tvorkmen from tho bout material noMltito nt thcso priori Alio 2X0 nud find tiU shoes for men t2Wt l3fortKrs DouRins thocn nro Inrtnrc4 W Tj by ovor lniu woarcra ns tho lest In stylo fit and durability of auy shoo oTer offered at the prl oa They nro mndo In nil tho Intent shapM nnd styles and of every varl ety of leather If dealer cannot supply you write for rata loguo to V L Douglas lirocktun Mass Sold by I nranw GoingSeptember 8 nnd 9 inclusive Return limit Septembur 15 Iluffalo N Y f2 A It rucump Noim of Vrt 3 SHOE S1 In thoWorld uicnt Going August 21 to 23 Inclusive Return limit September 20 Is just as essential to success In business ns your rating with any of the mcrclian tilc agencies Write prices and us for All work samples guaranteed ColutnliiiN o Itctinlon of Army of Went Virginia Going September 7 and 8 inclusive Return limit Septembor 21 Union Veteran IUcgion National I Breckenridge News i3X5XS2eCSG SAMUEL SULZER1SrICloyerportIKy r- I en in sufficiently largo quantities it will keep nil foreign germs out of your system and lcavo you happy prosperous and Hold ou there doctorl Youve US said enough to couvinco mo that llko all ndvertised panacea1 its n quack remedy Besides Ivo tried it nnd found it about tho nastiest doso I over took Its effects wcro nlso bad very bad It deranged my wholo system nud filled It so full of trust germs thnt Ivo been laid up ever since I dont want any more of yonr protection pills nnd dont sco why they called n protection doctor again It must havo been by mistake Dress Goodi Will Tho extremely high duties which Dinglcy proposes to collect from wom- Â¬ ens dress goods should bo moro gener Â¬ ally understood by tho women of this country It Is they who must suffer most becnuso of thcso duties Hero aro a few samples of tho increased duties taken from a list prepared by Mr P B Worrall of tho dress goods importing Co of New firm of Fred Buttcrfiold York A wool nnd cotton cloth costing in England Is per yard equal to 24 cents in our money weighing 10 ounces to tho running yard costs under tho pres ent tariff 330 cents per yard whilo un der the proposed tariff it would oost 07 8 10 cents per yard A wool and cotton cloth costlug in England 2s 4d per yard equal to CO cents in oar money weighing 28 ounces to tho running yard and costing under tho present tni iff 784 cents per yard would under tho proposed tariff cost 114868 per yard An nil worsted cloth costing in England 2s Id per yard equal to CO cents in our money weighing 10 ounces to tho running yard and costing under tho present tariff 70 couts per yard wonld cost undor tho proposed tariff 1208 per yard A 82 inch black sorgo cotton wnrp costing In England 7 5 8d per yard equal in our money to 1526 cents woighlng less than 4 ounces to tho squaro yard costs under tho present tar Â¬ iff 2287 cents per yard Undor tho pro- Â¬ posed tariff it will cost 8007 cents por yard A 27 inch black sicilienno cotton warp costing In England 7 7 8d per yard cqunl to 1575 cents in onr inon oy weighing 37 ounces to tho ruuning yard costs undor tho present tariff 2802 cents per yard Under the pro Â¬ posed tariff it will cost 8802 cents per yard rrotectlujr tho Few Woolcrowers Supposo tho Dingloy duties on wool would glvo tho woolgrowers all tho protection claimed and that tho prico of wool would nctunlly go up tho full amount of tho duty which of courso Is absurd What would bo the effect upÂ¬ on tho country at largo Mr Edward Atkinson statistician estimates tho annual wool product at 65000000 out cf a total of 18200 000000 produced by all the workers of tho country nnd the persons dependent on tho wool industry at 800000 out of a total population of 73000000 Tho wool duty then means thnt out of every 840 persons 380aroto bo hold up for the boncfit of tho othor one This is a Of sample- of what protection docs courso more than 800000 persons may somotimes raiso a row sheep but the interests of these others nro mora thoso of tho consumer than of tho sheep raiser and they would loao moro becauso of in Â¬ creased cost of woolens than thoy would gain by tho incroasod prloo of wool Tho protective tariff system is a fnrco when considered In connection with tho Will they farmer or tho uorkingraou evor fully upprcciato it The Will and the Method A gamo called pokor is charged by an oillcial of tho American Surety com- Â¬ pany with responsibility for a majority of tho embezzlements that tako placo iu tho United States It docs not require any famlUarity with tho sport mention Â¬ ed which is wo belle vo much liko golf excopt tht tho object Is to got your opponent Instead of a ball into tho boles to justify tho belief that the Surety man confounds effect with cause Tho embezzlers stake stolen mousy bo cause they are dishonest nnd tho particular medium of their operations can hardly bo charged oven with complici Â¬ ty Now York Tijpfci Women Com Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Encampment Going September 21 nnd 22 Inclu- Â¬ sive Return limit October 12 For further information as to special Rates and Limits for tho nbovo occasions and for occasions nnd points not men Â¬ sSKfca CVa2MPEHDAY RATC8 The mosttcntr llg located Hotallntlvcltu nlkdiJ Wwi atffiHl tioned herein U OS j consult Ticket Wlty or address Agents hi Genl Passenger Agent Cincinnati ciiisiiuou2ii 15 X WwWFP25P r J i a gg Sia O yuwvi a i hw jbc n JOHNSON BANK or xsjwmso b Joui syille Ky yii f 4T High EAADniSBTTXlGr Preildent WILL MILLER Vice President M II BKARD Caihler BKARD Rockport Saw Works Repairs Saws of All Kinds -- BJf Particular attention given to repairing large Circular Saws Hammering and Straightening a Spdclalty Every Saw tested by eteam before it leaves tho shop Every Saw warranted QW BBARD 1 -- Ji LLlj MORRIS ESKUIDdK R M JOLLY INTEREST PAID DlrMtnr J ON TIME DEPOSITS J C BUSH D D S Cannelton Ind Workmanship tho very best Prices lower than nny shop in America Mark your name on Saws and send a letter of advice as to repairs wanted THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS KOOKPOHT IND Office on 6th St Dentlitry In all Its Brancbei p actlced and all operitloni performed In the niott skillful manner at prices to tuit the time Crown and Bridge Work a specialty extracted Poiltlrely Without laln Teeth 1 SPECIAL LOW RATES VIA THE m I B- - O S W RY TO Irlotit Complcto Dental Itooms n Southern Indlaiin P llouututii Lake ffleetluiTi Going July 1 to 11 inclusivo Return limit July 10 lurit 11 il Camp J H Hunsche r fSttrnwri SCHi VT 1 MHtT liDW n I hB TH 1 jw mttiJr Hftif 1 Olinutauqua Attcinbly Going August 2 to 23 inclusive The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with V Return limit August 31 rvnlloiinl rMucn iTIllwnulice IV I tioual Atmocliitlon Going July 3 to 5 inclusive Return limit August 31 m yil i niniicnpolli nilitii mooting II 1 0 Nutlonnl 12 Going July 3 and 4 inclusivo Return limit July 31 Detroit irtlch JVatlounl Y I Z T COX Co IND BOOK Agent - - Ekron Ky ETO Casper May OAtfNELTON LOUISVILLE Shipper SEEPING SHOET HAND TELEQ3UPHY PENMANSHIP Â¬ KY July 6 1897 ME A MAN MADE TABLETS rOSlTIVKliY AJAX iboald mark all paokagei plainly with ihlpperi name and poit oSe adilrtn BUXTBtt Choice country Medium Creamery BOOS 1 - 9 7 - Q 10 8 14 Freeh 7 Â¬ Prime white goeia- Mixed Old Nol dock POULTKY Ileni per lb Spring Chtokeni per dot Ducki per lb Ueeia per dot POTATOES Irlib per barrel new New La Sweet potatoes per bbl From itore 2 to 6 eti higher Nary Beam per buihel ROOTS rKATUKRfl SI orr I m by Abuo or other Kxom ana Xndlf Thy quieMu and suvly crtlon rMtorvLcMtt Vitality In oldoryoantfana uanonior mmag nttmimoriiuar and Oomnmptlon it reTnt Inunlty UknttlaTtimo Thalrnfta ahqwi 1m mod lata jmprov inantand effeota a CUKE n here ail oinar fall Thay in J 1st upon bavins the gvnnlna Ajax TahUta hata oarad thoiuande and will oara yoa W r1 a poa-in writtan snarantaa 10 enact a cure cri w Itua wipar aachoaattor refund thai money rnoa iwckasei or iu pksaa loll treat menu i malLia Dialn wrannar nnon rjcli tofn free A iA V DRMrlnV CO T aiem jJiea jiLLAtvou HlMpleuneMtrailing ofiateU eto potency UU1U5 iuvw C40tt0tzfa - 7- 0kr - fMwatt - Who desires to hotter his or hor condition in life should writo for tno catalogue ortno BRYANT No e 400 THIUD STBEET IiOUISVILIiB KY STRATTON g w njr - - 11 28 21 20 10 00 A For Nalo In Cloverpor 1Cr Short A llayncn IlruKKletv by Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order Good We fully realize your thoughts when the idea of having dental work done comes but nevertheless they must have attention and the sooner the better We arc prepared to do your work with n guarantee to give satisfaction at exceedingly low prices We will be at Irvington on Wednesday and Thursday after lie fourth Monday of each month It is to your interest to consult us 9 7 10 8 10U 00 3 00 74 1 2 U 7il u Q - I I Qlnieng SenleaSnake Pink Yellow H0 20 J75 21 ffl 1 BEST TRAINS TO UK 10 e- Wild Ginger Lady Slipper May Appl Blood 11 6 i Kansas Gity Montana HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky Hi li W 3 00 DO I Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha FIRLD BBBDS Timothy per buihel Clover per baibel Crlmios Clorer per buihel v Red Ton pea buihel Orchard Iran per buihel Blue drew fancy per buihel Blue Oraai extra per buihel Onion Sti Yellow per buihel M 140 4 60 St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA For Family or Medical Use 1 JO SO 1 White 2 19 3 tO HU rratee A Norfolk Motor writes to tho Lon Â¬ All Norwich wop don Dally Mews flrten rood Dry Salt good Dry Bint good Sheep HIDSS 8 S Pure jjpple JJrandy yes I mako n specialty of Fine Apple Brandy guaranteed to be strictly unadulterated I use nothing but sound and ripe fruit My Draudy is all fermented in tubs not in coment cisterns so that mean disagreeable flavor is not detected ijguuua m iiuruuuciug my goons will mn0 special prices m uu unu vu twin Kuiiun pitcKagcs Pkyii 95 goons 9300 per and 97 goods 175 per gallon f o ft AU packages secuwj r mtu Biiippuu on fiiiorijioiice f 1 lltf 13 J WOOL 21 II 14 St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRAINS rttM tO knew how oupthrttely the lato Dt Goalbum read the leaeotM especially Hera is a Norfolk farm tho Kplatlc o rs ovitichHH Ku hlas May whom of a jwaieW HUi atrocious Hbel but hay wua a wttuuarrul by th way igle leetara 0im man at the gwia Tab waeaed Oreaae a BUnTTa JVfiMC a 21 IS a4eytMeMMf 4 It I SLEEPERS GMJM DININQ CARS CAMS I wba Xaliaw hr Ce tjeeeteetfMete VP flB 8 KIMaUiLAXWHJIi It 4iim aliAatjt Sa S 21 W CONSULT TIOKET AOCHT OR 9 F M IUQQ TAV PAS H AMNT O Ma M SMITH Andyville Ky t loui m THH1 BBLBlOItmiStRIDQB Breckenridge WKDNE8DAY News 7 1897 CONDUCT OF RURAL SCHOOLS JUIA Uncle Johnathan Gives The Interesting Report to Ee Submitted By the Commission of Twelve a Recommendations Maintenance LsHisvllla Dispatch Few Pelnturs in the ECONOMY self and not solely through extraneous agencies that tho intellectual and mor- Â¬ al dopondenco of the race must not be MIAM perpetuated and the responsibility of teaching his own race furnishes incenvtvtv tives and means for raco elevation The conclusion reached is that tho instinct of raco Identity renders impossible tho ROADS MEAN ADVANCEMENT realization of an Ideal relation between white teacher and the negro pupil Eaee of Cotntnnnlcatlon Mark the rros the Â¬ r ww mm NE1WS OIxOVEiriORX KY Of Xo Coneeqseaee WWnl FruatVSir XVelai I WOW evet u W1 jM flgSTferfe - It Tu yta - Tho brewers arc good campaign con Â¬ tributors Therefore they aro to bo ex Â¬ cused from thoir propor sharo of taxes Tho wcarors of clothes aro of no particÂ¬ ular account to tho Mark Hannas of our tlmo Why shouldnt thoy and tho con Â¬ sumers of sugar and shoes bo mado to World boar tho wholo burden HOW TO FIND OUT DR MIWDENEULLL IMPROVED GEL MO FEVER CM rese of Civilisation as to Organization Teachers Instruc- LINE OF POLITICAL tion and Discipline v - A Few Remedies For Our National Dliease One Result the Centralization of Wealth of the Last Meeting of the Na- Â¬ tional Educational Association Tho now silver reform Democratic daily Tho Dispatch o Louisville said The rnpld in Its Issue of Sunday last and phenomlnal concentration of wealth in the hands of tho lew with tho cor- Â¬ responding spread ol poverty and dis-Â¬ tress among the maracs in this country is a mailer which causes serious appre- Â¬ hensions among the thoughtful and patriotic who see in it the grentest dargr to our free institutions Tho Disraoh goes on to quote from the New York Herald a long list of eitatea whose great value is given as an illuitra tion of the tendency of tho times This is the way that paper places bo inn real estate holdings in the city of New York 110000000 Asor W W Astor 35000 R and O Goelet 70000000 000 A 11 Eno 25000000 The Dispatch gives twenty real eatate holdings whoso aggregate value amounts Wasiiikuton D O Juno 27 The re Â¬ port of the commission of twelvo on ru- Â¬ ral schools in tiie United States appoint- Â¬ ed at the convention of the Natlorml Ed- Â¬ ucational Association in July 1895 has been completed and will bo submitted at the next annual gathering It is ono of the most Important documents on school education that has appeared since tho promulgation or the report of the commission of ten a couple of years ago The commission consisted of Henry Sabin of Iowa D I Kiehle of Minneso Â¬ ta A 15 Hold of New York O O Hounds of New Hamphire N C Philip of Alabama B A Hinsdale of Michigan S h Black of California W S Sutton of Texas L E Wolff of Missouri United to VW000000 States Commissioner of Education Beethoven almost went crazy about The Dispach does very well In stating Harris L B Evans of Georgia and C the disease hut it does not point out a H Skinner of New York The report the Countess Qinliotta Gnicciardi Ho remedy The true reformer will not discusses the rural school problem In calls her my immortal bolovod and oonoludcs his letters Ever yours I Ev- Â¬ rail at conditions and stop there The In the different aspects of school main- Â¬ er rhino I Ever each othor si Amen will disgnoso tho disease true reformer tenance supervision supply of teachers point out the causes of tho discaEo and and Instruction and discipline Each of It is commonly said that tho gift of state the remedy The hest physicians these subjects was in charge of a sub- Â¬ humor is faro among musicians strike at the disease they are not satis- committee of thrcp their work being re- Â¬ fied to apply mere palliatives viewed by the entire committee The 100 Reward 3100 These figures report says that for purposes of organ- Â¬ Tho Dispatch says Tho readers of this paper will be pleased find their parallel in tho holdings of ization maintenance or supervison to learn that there is at least one dread Â¬ personal property The rage for accu- nothing should be recognizjd ns the unit ed disease that ecienco lias been able to mulation has become n form ol insanity smaller than tho township or tho county legislative Tho school district is the most undesira- Â¬ cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh which stops at nothing Halls Catarrh Curo is the only positive bodies courts nnd juries aro looked ble unit possible Effecting this clmngo cure known to tho medical fraternity upon as If gitlmato articles of merchan- wherever tho district system provails Catarrh being n constitutional disease dise and personal and private honor would conduct to eOVctiyenesj and sim- Â¬ among theives plicity of organizttion economy in force requires a constitutional treatment except such as obtains Halls Catarrh Curo is taken internally is held up to ridicule and contempt f quallzation of taxation and a systom of acting directly on the blood and mucous is pretty strorg language but the supervision which would produce better This surfaces cf the system thereby destroy- Â¬ facta justify it Now does the Dispatch results All the subcommittee favor tho HIGHWAYS TO WEALTH ing ihe foundation of thu disease and the rage for accumulation suppose consolidation of schools which are too giving the patient strength by building Will those small to employ profitably the time of Farmers Vronperooa In Communities II will dio out of itself up tho constitution and assisting nature tog Oood Road millionaires who aro engaged In the one teacher into larger schools when in doing its work The proprietors havo Good roods arc fho highways to business of accumulating wealth which practicable in order that better Instruc- Â¬ so much faith in its curative powers wealth If I could taso pan with too they do not create voluntarily go out of tions may be provided than is now pos- Â¬ that they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for north south east and west to whero Will the sible Well hardly business1 any case that it fails to curo Send for tho beginnings of road improvement concentration of wealth in few hands Every community should be Induced lists of testimonials have been mado I could show yon small and the corresponding spread of poverty to ialso a curtain sum for the support of Address CHENEY Co Toledo O forming communities growing rich in theso lwrd times contented nnd happy and distress amorg the masses stop or its schools as a prerequisite for receiving JlSySold by Druggists 75c and troubling themselves not at oil with wen appreciably lessen so long as the its share of public money A certain tho great problems of fluauco which agi- Â¬ causes of this concentratiou of wealth definite sum should be appropriated to Cheerfulness JTol Wauted tato thoir brethren Thoy hnvo no timo in few hands is left in full force and each school out of stato funds and the Muster Now boys remember every to wasto in talk If their fields aro too Tho clear headed man of remainder should be divided in accord- Â¬ ono should go about his work cheer- Â¬ operation wet to work thoy go on tho road Their sense must unhesitatingly answer no ance with some fixed and established fully I hopo your fathers set tho ex marketing is dono in bad weather and The Dispatch vainly impglnes and its rule a discrimination being made in fa- Â¬ ample Pillscr docs your father do his in rainy spoils thoy bring from a distance party vainly imagines it has a remedy vor of the townships most willing to tax work in n cheerful manner cheap fertilizers to enrioh thoir farms Pillscr No sir ha dont such as marl city refuse eta PhilaIt thinks and its party thinks that the themselves for school purposes And are wo yet allvo Master Then I am very sorry for delphia refuso is carried 20 miles on tho To sco each othori focol freo coinage of silver at the ratio of 11 to One of the great hindrances of the im- Â¬ him What is her stono roads Iu a certain town whero tho confer Â¬ 1 with gold at 2 per cent income tax on provement of the rural school lies in its Pillser Au undertaker London In theso fortunate communities every ence was hold the preachers woro treat Â¬ tho rich would remedy matters That at isolation and inability to furnish to tho Fun day brings its oarnings to man and ed with extraordinary hospitality least is what they propose as a remedy pupil that stimulative influenco which boast for thoro Is always paying work Every housekoeper had tho tablo groan Â¬ But last fall wo were told by the sliver comes from contact with others of its The True Remedy on a good road nnd if n man has no ing with fried ohickon nnd yellow gravy of redemporators that if the volume own age and advancement The commit- Â¬ hauling of bis own to do ho can get All the choico fowls wero killed off to W M Repine editor Tiskilwa 111 tion money wero doubled as would be tee therefore recommends collecting Chief says Wo wont keep house work from others and good wages Ex Â¬ satisfy tho whito cravattcd cnicuros the caso under free coinago that the pupils from smaller schools into larger without Dr Kings Now Discovery for tend theso conditions and imagino if Tho day after adjournment tho ovoning prices of farms and real estate would be and paying for their transportation be- Â¬ Consumption Coughs and Colds Ex Â¬ you con tjio prosperity that would burst paper of the town had a picturo show Â¬ doubled lieving that in this way better teachers perimented with many others but never upon tho country If ovory farmer and ing two scrawny looking ypung roosters The Dispatch professes to be greatly can be provided more rational methods got the true remedy until we used Dr evory farm team could earn n fnlr days peeping ut each other out from under wages for every doy In tho year rain tho barn and then crossing thoir necks alarmed and that thoughtful and patriot- Â¬ of Instruction adopted and at the same Kings New Discovery No other rem- Â¬ orshlno if ovory farm could bo culti- Â¬ taylug ic people are greatly alarmed at surh time the expense of the schools can be edy can take its place in our home And aro wo yet alive as in vated and Improved to Its utmost ex To eoo oach others face f immense fortunes as those enumerated materially lessened There is a tenden- Â¬ it wo have a certain and sure cure for tern t Address by General Roy Stone Buffalo Express above being lodged in the hands of cy to fill the rural schools witli untrained Coughs Colds Whooping Cougd etc individuals Yet it advocates as a remedy immature teachers Tho establishment It is idle to experiment with other rem- Â¬ FARMERS AND GOOD ROADS New Grand Chain Ills Feb 10th a policy which its own party declares of normal training schools under compe- Â¬ edies even if they aro urged on you as Tho Value of 1arm Land I Determined 07 J O Mendonhall Evansvllle Ind would double tho size of those fortunes tent instructors with short hours each Just as good as Dr Kings New Discov- Â¬ by IU AoceMlbtlltjr Dear Sir You may ship another Seems to me that that would only aggra Â¬ year of which shall be complete in itself ery They are not as good because Tho farmers would bo mora benefited this Gross of your improved Chill nnd Fever vate tho disease would do much to remedy the evil Tho remedy has a record of cures and besides by good roads than any other class Tha Tho other remedy they propose is extension and adjustment of the courses is guaranteed It never fails to satisfy valuo of a farm la dotcrminod by its ac- Curo on some terms as last It is a right in principle hut it is entirely and terms of the Btato normal schools so Trial bottle free at A It Fishers Drug cessibility Tho land that is favored splendid seller I consider it the best Chill Cure in the market with best transportation facilities inadequate take a private Individual as to constituto a continuous session store Yours very truly whother by rail or river will bring the 10000000 a year would enable them to contribute more whoso income is best price por aero wboa put upon the Jacob Fjcllknstsin The 2 percent income tax would leave directly than now to the improvement Pretty Low markot There is no doubt that ono mile that individual the very comfortable of the teachers of rural schools The Revenge carried beyond tho grave Is of good macadamized Shown Up Still Again road lsmoro val- Â¬ income of 98000001 This remedy stato would then bo justified in demand Â¬ Instanced in tho obituary notioe writ Â¬ uable in this country than flvo miles of The haughty beauty glanood at tho ten by a Tennessee editor of a man who plow nnd scraper road would havo about as much effect in ing some degree of professional training that goes to pioccs cord that tho servant had brouobt her and noticed that it boro tho namo of u remedying the evils complained of by Irotn eyery teacher in the rural as well died owing hhn a ten years subscription in ono year Tho turning over of soil Is labor in titlod fortune hunter of unsavory reputho Dispatch as the small boy would as in the city schools Tho establishing ior jiib paper xio sam that tho deceased had fallen so low in have In trying to empty the ocean with of the libraries the prosecution of the he had to climb up bis mortal Hfo that vain and wo do not consuro tho farmer tation hill to get into per Â¬ when ordered to work on tho roads Show him up sbo said work in tho school by the teachers dition a tin cup Kansas City Times What again asked the footman in when ho either takes n pitchfork or n I submit in all sober seriousness ttiat and other meanc the introduction of surprise lioo or if ho is rheumatic a martres a remedy in tho language of tho such studies as will have a tendency to Old People such Again repeated the haughty beau Ono mllo of good roads mado each year Old people who require medicine to would bo moro editor of tho Nbwh is a delusion and a connect the school and the home and What do you moan beneficial than all tho ty Why tbo papers havo already shown especially thoeo having a direct bearing regulate the bowels and kidneys will find work dono in a township Iu tho noax snare Effects cannot bo removed without upon the oyeryday life of tho communi- Â¬ the true remedy In Electric Bitters This futuro thoro will bo somo dovico fonnd him up once answered tho footman removing the causo of those effects ty and tho necessity of applying tho medicine does not stimulate and contains that will enablo our farmers to make who had been doing a little reading Nevertheless returned tho haughty The concentration of tho nations laws of sanitation to tho construction of no whiskey nor other intoxicant but good roads at a small cost Jamestown beauty with hor most imperious ges-Â¬ wealth in the hands of the few danger- Â¬ rural school houses demand immediate acts as a tonic and alterative It acts Pa World ture it is necossary to show him up mildly on the stomach and bowels add Â¬ ous as such concentration is to the peace attention beforo I con turn him down California1 Wide Tire and stability of tho Republic and how- Â¬ Ilural schools are suffering from tho ing strength and giving tone to the or Saying which sho turned to a mirror Californias new tiro law requires ever wide spread tho poverty and dis want of official and intelligent supervis- gans thereby aiding nature in tho per- - that tires should bo from throe to six to prnotice tho ley staro for which sho ion In every state some standard of lormanco oi tiie junctions Electric Bit inches wide according to sizo of axle had bocomo noted tress resulting from it thin concentraChicago Post tion of wealth must goon with increas Â¬ qualification moral and Intellectual ters Is an excellent appotizor and aids or carrying capacity Wagons with Last summer one ot our Old people find It just exact Â¬ smaller tires may not bo sold or used ing momentum from year to year until with somo amount of actual experience digestion was sick with a severe bowel trou- Â¬ a UK A I IIKMEIIY HIIALL IIK KOUNI AND should be demanded by law from those ly what they need Price fifty cents and within tho stoto after Jan 1 1000 100 per bottle at A It Fishers Drue Narrow tires aro tho most destructive ble says Mrs E GGregory Fredericks who aspire to fill the office of superin AlTMKI influences that aro at work upon the town Mo Sfjre Our doctors remedies had Tho only way to stop the accumula- Â¬ tendent or supervisor of schools roads A broad tiro mado In proportion then we tried Chamberlains Good morals and good manners con- Â¬ tion of these gigantic estates in the to tho load to bo carried may leave a failed A Jojoiu Moment Colic Diarrhoea Remedy hands of a few individuals is to absolute- Â¬ stitute a part of educational requirement inero is my lust poem said tho road better for Its passago where a nor which Cholera andspeedy relief gavo very For row tiro outs it into ruts It would have ly cut oil the sources of theqo enormous The inculcation of patriotism respect young but melancholy contributor been a further improvement hod ths sale by A R Fisher Cioverport and R TliunJc the Lordl Ktrlko at thu root of ttio for law and order or whatever tends to incoiuos replied Hio dt truuhlitor confess Inability to apply a mako a good clt t n is of aa much Im- Â¬ nlflod editor as ho clung to his chair legislature ordered that the hind wheel A Shellman Stephensport should rnn insido tho track of tho front ho might not dance a hornplno portance in a small as woll as In a larger that rernnly In addition to sandals of elogant form wheolu o tho wagon Whoro wheels Detroit Pron Press us rxamino lor a moment soino way Obedience and iudustry aro nee frail enoh Other Ju the samo track the tho Egyptian ladies wore gold anklete of tho large incomes of tho millionaire rssarj iu tho country b well aa in larger tendency to cut ruts is much greater If cnamelod in various colors Tho legend Had a Se7era Attack aa to how Nitokris reached the tbrouo claim Here aro some striking example towns Teachers should call to their aid tho wheels woro sot Having a severe attack of rheuma Â¬ of axlo six inch in different longths of Kfiypt through tho possession of the W V Astor por annum 8900000 J the beautiful things iu nature tiros would glyo tho tism and malaria fever and not receiving effect of a ono foot roller on each side smallest and prettiest foot recalls our per annum 7000000 D Ilockfeller Some Important recommendations are story of Cinderella benefit from J Gould Estate per annum 1000000 made as to instructions and the discip- Â¬ began taking medicines prescribed I of tho wagon Hoods Sarsaparilla I HnssellHage per annum f 1500000 O line and attempt to grade rural schools The greatest capo in tho world is MONTANA HIGHWAY8 was very weak at that time After tak Â¬ V 1000000 as the city schools are graded are aet out Vanderhllt per annum Capq Ilorc a precipitous mountain over ing thrco bottles I was relieved and at Recent tawt 1705000 K Vanderhllt per annum at length Iu connection witli schools rrovlds Jtor Thl 84Ubj 6000 foct blah the end of three months I was cured atlo Improvement How Is this for an illustration of the exercises at the town or county center James F JIillkb Grundy Kentucky Tho highways of Montana by a bill You may bust the world over and you steady and rapid concentration of wealth onco or twice a year competitive exam Â¬ Baedfeltve equal to passed Hoods Pills act easily and promptly placed by tho state legislature are will not find another inations an not recommended unless ia these United States la the chargo of the county Bar- - Chamberlains Oe lie Cholera ami D Think of a monthly income of 741- - they are carefully guarded The feature on the liver and bowels Cure sick arrhoea Remedy for bowel cowpklaW daily income of 2048511 of social Intercourse the stimulus which headache It Is pbMMBt safe and reliable Fer euto in Meado and comes from meeting with ones mates if trill sale by A R FWmmt Crowport awl R Ilagm 1eoullarltle UmiuhI all the Mr-- hye advantages which ought not to be A Shellman Stopbsswport Daring tho ckotara pkguo of 1845 Uie fltfftMMtfFlk lch U UaWA Uxa- - JJ Reasons Why Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is the Best 1 Because It affords almost instant relief In case of pain in tho stomach colic and cholera morbus 2 Because it is tho only romody that nover falls in tho most severo cases of dysentery and diarrhoea 3 Because it is tho only remedy that will cure chronic diarrhoea 4 Because it is the only remedv that will prevent bilious colic 5 Because it is tho only remedy that will cure epidemical dysentery 0 Because it is the only remedy that can always bo depended upon in cases of cholera Infantum 7 Because it is the most prompt and most reliable medicluo In use for bowel complaints 8 Because it produces no bad results 9 Because it is pleasant and safo to take 10 Because it has saved the lives of more people than any other medicino in the world The 25 and 50j sizes for sale by A R Fisher Cioverport and 11 A Shellman Stephensport Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ strongly suggostiro of tho readiness with whioh wo aro apt to accept tho frrcatcst facilities in communication as matter of course if indeed wo do not quickly como to regard thoir usefulness with indifference says tho Now York Mail and Express Too many men aro controlled by n slnglo idea They nban don interest in highways becnuso thoy havo canals or they abandon Interest Iu canals becnuso of railway dovolopment and somo day thoy will vote railways a nuisanoo because of a perfected flying machine They fail to appreciate tho valuo of maintaining tho best in any and ovory form of human communica- Â¬ tion that is worth maintaining at nil Upon tho perfection of ovory moans of communication and transportation rests our progress toward higher civili- Â¬ sation and social development As bar barism is invariably characterized by a lock of adequate facilities for travol nnd commercial intercourse so tho highest civilization Is marked by tho greatest advanoement lu ovory phase of tbeso When tho Roman empiro was at tho height of Its grandenr it was dis- Â¬ tinguished for its roads which all led to Roma In strong contrast with this early civilization was tho compnrntivo barbarism of tho middle nges whon tho feudal barous perched thoir castles upon inao ccssiblo heights when roods and bridges wero almost unknown whon wheeled vohiclcs wero generally tabooed whou social and mental progress woro stag Â¬ nant and all commorco and reciprocal activity woro halted To tho friction of ready intercourse all progress is duo As steam nnd electricity mako n neighbor- Â¬ hood of n nation so improved highways tho first evidences of civilization bo canso tho oarliost demonstration of mans dcslro for easy lntcrcourso with hisneighbor will ovor romniu tho test of pTOgross in tlwsoparnto communities that go to mako up tho stato A generation henco tiro town or county which has not tho mo3t lmprovai high ways known to scioncowill bo tho town or county whero tho moral nnd mental standard is lowest Tho sign will bo unerring Â¬ Tho movemont in behalf of coodrondi in this nnd othor states nnd tho obsta- Â¬ cles it is cnllod upon to ovorcomo are FJ Â¬ LaaaaaaaaaaaafllfMilfc Fill a bottle or common glass with urine and let It stand twenty four hours InfA Uujw tnCVi ft a sedimont or settling Indicates an un- Â¬ Whealthy condition of the kldnes When urino Btolns linen it is evidence of kid Too frrquent desire to noy troube cai fJolVS urinate or pain In tho back is also con- Â¬ x vincing proof that tho kidneys and blad- Â¬ der are out ot order WHAT TO DO There is comfort in the knowledge ro GUARANTEED TO CURB often expressed that Dr Keliners CHILLS AND FEVER VA11 Taatelw lioot the groat kidney remedy ui1 Swampevery wish in relieving pain in tho And Malaria In all Forms picture ae m genuine without the aboro ita fulfils signature of J O MendeahaH i Attn Mi back kidneys liver bladder and every Prloo BO oents at all Dealers 2W PREPARED ONLY BY part of the urinary passages trIt corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain aT O JI3NI13XirAXaL v IND EVAN8VILLE in passing It or bad effects following use iV of liquor wino or beer and overcomes Sold by SHORT HAYNB fktfxo that unpleasant necessity of being com- Â¬ pelled to get up many times during the night to urinate The mild and the ex- Â¬ traordinary effect of Swamp Root is soon realized Wharfmasfers It stands the highest for its Steamot Agents wonderful cures of the most distressing KENTUIKY Sold by SHORT HAYNES cases If you need medicine you should CL0VERP0RT have the best Sold by druggists prlco Local Agents You may vuyor nuu my oiu omco or roaa super Â¬ fifty cents and ono dollar visor usually hold by an inexperienced have a samplo bottle and pamphlet both Honestead Fertilizer Company ail man is abolished Tho act defines tho sent free by mail Mention the Breck powers and duties of county surveyors knridoe Nkwb and send your address to Standard Oil Ctipaiy Dr Kilmer Co Blnghamton N Y and provides for their compensation By this act oach of theso oflloors is re Â¬ The proprietors of this paper guarantee Dealers In quired to keep tho highways in his the genuineness of this offer Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor county clear of obstruction and In good ing and Colling Weather Boarding repair and maintain bridges to mako Shingles Salt Lime Cement all plans and specifications for new ft your benlth YonrhnpplncBft Is your strenjtlb Keep the Head and Throat clenr and heallbr LatliB Plaster Plastering roads and bridges to report to tho counandyour mind nnd brntn1iialwaynfitretAndeafie ty commissioners on all work completed Hair Flow Handles CUSllHAKH MKXTIIOIIVIIAIKlt lithe nil head troubles and if tho work is dono according to frenteftt rellr to mankind In TIIIIOAT CA Bricks Etc COTJIM SOKE odor or Catarrh dis tho plans specifications and contraot TAHKH Its appears by That awful ne Wonderful In nT Kererand ho is to draw his vouchors for tho somo Attnma tTBUV ONLY CUSIIMANN Estimates Furnistieil tor BalltUtfa awl U SI Drvcrlat m4 fbe II By If Jtm eaat beforo payment is mado mil te ewli st fr Re k H Blkel free Building Material CO CKSIIIM VBlS a4 TIICKIHa 110 VBA Tbo county surveyor is chairman of all boards of viewers of roads keeps tho records of road surveys nnd is tho general superintendent of nil roads Ho may employ labor teams etc and has power to contraot for nil work not ex ceeding 200 in cost For larger amounts tho approval of a majority of tho board ot county commissioners Is required Tbo salary received varies with tho class of county from 700 to 2000 per year Viowers and oil assistants of arjLBXjEi tho county surveyor may not recelvo moro thou a per day Trains leave Louisville aa follows Bucklen8 Arnica Salve S W nAILWAY Cinclnnatl and the Tiik Best Salvk in the world for Cuts St Louis and the Wen Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe- Â¬ No 70 No 16 No 18 ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ Looimlle Henderson Lv Louisvlla s 35am 8 axam 2 45pm St Louis Rj Co Ar Cincinnati 645am 1155am 605pm blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions Ar Columbus Vn 15am J Jspm 1103pm S 95pm Ar Pittsburg and postively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ 7 ajam Ar Washington 2011 650 am quired It is guaranteed to give perfect Time Card In Effect June 20 97 Ar Baltimore 2pn4y 7 50am Ar Philadelphia 10 15am 3 40 pm satisfaction or money refunded Price Ar New York U3onn 555pm East Dound No 4 J No 4 No 46 Ar lloston 25 cents per box Fon Salk by A R 3 oopm 9 05pm 16 has elrpant Pullman lluflet Parlor Nraln No Lv St Louts Fisher 766im 865pm Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and - Hvansvllle 0 55am 120pm 2 45m dining cars Clnclnnttl to Washington Baltimore Henderson 715 310 Z4tl Justifiable Joy Philadelphia and New York without change Spottiville J 7 88 37 328 Train No 18 has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to It Is a custom among tho Methodist Owensboro 3 44 818 400 Cincinnati and Pullman Drawinir room and dining Hawesville 4 40 917 460 preachers to open their annual confer- Â¬ cars Cincinnati to New York without change Cioverport 945 503 610 ences with tho hymn Train No so has sleepers to Cincinnati open at Stephensport 10 07 522 525 it HJBT KKroi - - nlli teftSStHSrip t wrw s as w ki VS dtluttt ltB vBasts iMo GREGORY CO YOUR FORTUNE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HOW TO TRAVEL B O S W EY time Henderson Route BO 11 1 Â¬ Irvfneton Brandenburs Arr Louisville 1045 1112 12 35pm 41 603 745 6 21 557 617 730 9 oclock to receive passengers St Louis Springfield and the West Lv Louisville West Bound Lv Louisville Hrandenburg Iryingtoii H Stephensport Cioverport Owensboro Spottsviile Henderson Evansvllle Arrbt Louis No 7 No 4 43 No 45 823pm 9 32 1021 10 6 1068 1148 201m 851 60pm Â¬ Ilweivllle 6 43 915 9 51 720 1011 739 10 35 804 1135 12 17pm 9 47 12 40 1010 962 95 1223am 12 Ar Springfield 8 40pm o 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 am daily Charlestown accommodation leaves t J 30 p m except Sunday Trains Nos 16 so and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to SU Louis Ar St Louis sjsam ii3onn No so No 16 813am 640pm No 44 8aopnr 7 nam 115 732 1040 5 THAINS AUniVE is 7 15 a m la 15 noon 640 p av 10 a m From West 7 ac m is 15 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and 35 115 720 From East am 3 Â¬ A I trains run through Solid to Evansvllle Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trains between St Louis Evantville and Louis- Â¬ ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvineton for Fordsville and Hardinsburg daily except Sunday II C MOUDUE A G P A Louisville Ky ej 1 connecting Main streets Depot Seventh and river For detail Information regarding rates time oa lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc address HSBUOWN District Pass A Ticket Agent B O S W Ky 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHESSBROUGII General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio OB Li Hi St L RVi Fordsville Branch General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio WABVEL Assistant TIME TABLE Ns 10 TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 1887 West Bound Trains Btst Hound Trsln Dally I Dally Daily I Dally ex bun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun Wo NoB Nol No 1060am Lv Irvineton Ar 9o0am 11 36 Oarficld 1 00 i Safety 1140 Â¬ 11 65 12 10pm IS 25 1147 1235 12 Junction HardinsburgJunction Kirk llarned Comfort - 65 215 230 45 65 2 05 1 1 106 120 Glcndeane Dempster sr HsIURoughlv Dempster Rockval Jolly 7 7 7 7 7 42 37 27 17 02 Louisville and 6 SO 6 20 6 44 5 38 5 TO 5 26 650 lwi4i Betweaa 60S Packet Line Fait Mall Lis Oaka Mitchell 245pm ArKordsvilleLv H Ruth Asilns 510 BCCara Louisville and Evansville STXAMERS Louisville endersoniSt Louis RyCo Iw TIME SCHEDULE Taklnr Effect At 630 asro 4 E G BAGON F H Ryan Matter D L Peeny Matter WA TARASCON B t Muif Parser Parser Ss L T Conner Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ odeklKlulif Hj Exprt Mall A 2 30 1897 grand-childre- If Bound JVaUs Mail Bound Train n TELL CITY Ballard Matter W B MhWII FarWT JLe n STATIONS Dally Dally IvUan ptar Kentucky St wcsiroint Brandenburs Irvlnrton Webster Lodlburg Pltrca Holt Kkron Gustoo Wlllowdala Hock Haven Long Branch Kxprs Hxprj Dally Dally 12 12 Mall A 41 lie STAUUS ttV m ft 3 35pm 20 V JK Howard 1143 11 S3 U60am 8M 645 733 665 II 81 11 Jm 63 Si 610 360 It 1063 1037 In 1013 Si 630 622 Sample Stephensport Addison Cioverport Shops Sklllman Dally except BatarJaj between LetsriMe and Mew ABHterdaa Freight tMpped by this line delivered cMc- W than by rail Trayelen will find the tteaaeri areiwKjr0 pueed Ib eqolpmeat and aoooaaodeleeM The best culinary ire employed at eooka U be nenu I t equal to that of the beet hotel I oOeei ITS and 178 4tft AyM Loalirllle DL PENNY WWHITI HuP Pfe T-- v wj Qal Wg OVWltXUMBTrA V Av rel a r 4nlr Tralae Noa 41 Hawasville Pctrle Valcoa Lewlsport Waltmaa Powers Pates Oweasesro MsMnrly 917 M J y IB Wf 1 ZK 7 eriSkl Stanley IH IN s ai ts I Mo MtMUt not eqMi Utt sabhaI pjlwt of sd s nmlllkMMir tuouistry oontlnutd cak vhutlnu tlw I lot f I neglected There Is embodied an Interesting re Â¬ port urging iwgro teachers for segro ukook It sni that the ImUuc Um I ttavetopmtnt of the aegtn bs fro wiUtia sad by Uw mm it- - greatest mortality at Rewe and Aft4rld was oa Sundays at Loadoa and Berlin so WadMwdays at arte oa Saturdays Wess WWta CuMHk K4ea Vor Mwi soMtlaMUm Candy wn f Cure all river Ills bilious neat headache sour ton- sch ImllceeUoa eewUpa- - WF Hoods mm -- Wortklngtoa Reads Spottsviile BSSSStt I 3ft ielea IT k Kw laafrflKVaaBl leelluJllaBWMaV VrlWWm ssHKrVfsaBsHSVVsBA assssssKrosBVaabSAsBBak JsaH05fSMsBkBa aaaSBrfiMkBQCieVSBsk A353fri VkJSBBBBV2sB JiiS5 Hnderelv iTtti lortvt 0tril IfUacfaltBruuwrHuMwoi Hon Tjr tcl euilr villi P oatpelaMirle SaUbrallilratfUt Tae ulr nu te take U HoaTlaraarUlX aa I 1 1T E 1 II Ihuatf JVWHM Maalt MM m4 To quit tobaeaa aaaUy aa4 be naT mmiwii mmi rwoevilM saSKR Oalyllae ntnnla Paivar Care Between Loul MlU full at Uu aarrs aa4 tfe M 1V H Baa taa waattorworkar Oat aakaa waftk MM Only direct Hue and last For larther latomaUoa MroaaT AU druffista ate or St Oarapwaa can ea or aaarase Anats or tajsjd Booklet aad aasapla idar 1 HCM UIRDUKAGPA Oo OhWafn ot Maw fort tavllaf Hum LtwlaeflK Ky f - MSBV YataL frwt ror ftf f Jab kmAM IVW WW AWt and IZIttWLY nuke coetwctlasi at Ir tP M aad VsaaWsVrArsWsMB SflHBsaVaaaaBHsaawL TJ5rORtTri alVrXVaBaiarWal sal saV VaraaBBBeaBBl JiA I 11 iTRLjr saaaaaaafc 3C THEl BREOKHNRIDGR NRWS OLOYHRPORT KY ruie nMKanx terday Low Dlibop Monday Monday Breckenridge WEDNESDAY SaiK -- News 7 1807 JULY Local Brevities 1 1 1 Sso Conncll met Monday night To go in bathing la now in order Mrs James Ifambloton is quite sick Willinra Victor Bowmer is quite nick Icecream nt MartlnV Ave cents n Miicor r feMEsfl1 H 1 The stores wero all closed Monday af- tternobn isveryone is trying lo keep cool this f warm spell fc 0 RTousey is confined to his bed with chills Ice cream at Martins 11 vo cents a kT saucer An elegant room for rent oyer tho News office The work train has been taken off for an indefinate time Gilt wall paper 4 centa single roll at T F Sawyers John Morris Gregory has been very low with typhoid flux Adolphus P Clark Giendeane has 20 head of fine ewes for sale rt Sawyer will hang your wall paper at yi the same price others do kf The new addition to R L Newsomes rv S residence is about completed Mrs Arad Weatherholt of Toblnsport TN who has been quite ill is not improving fe Hammocks hammocks a beautiful JJt fr lino if you want one Babbago has them When you write to an advertiser tell E J hlm you saw his nd in the BitECKitNniDaK g News The Sir Tell City passed down Sunday Kt fcj - morning with about 100 passengers on g board Efe- Allen agent at the depot is in y Louisville actiDg as chief train dis- vpalcher Fifteen large sample books of wall f f paper all new designs to select from at T F Sawyers There were about 37 took in the ex- Â¬ cursion on the Str Cloverport Monday w evening up the riyer r i tS - t- Ico cream at Martins five cents saucer James B FaceJr wont lo Henderson w Sunday C 0 Slith has moved from Cannelton to Ekron Our merchants all report a good bust nesa for Juno Christian Sunday School Sunday after Â¬ noon at 3 oclock Kmel F Nolle went to Louisville to spend the Fourth Mrs Russel Hawkins lias returned from Louisville Ernest Popliam has accepted n post Hon with F Praia John Fholon spent Sunday at his home in Owensboro Miss Ellio Culley of Louisville is vis- Â¬ iting Mrs Julius C Nolle Mr and Mrs Frank Buttles of Skill man were in the Monday Walter Reldel is sick at the home of his parents Holts bottom Miss Lamar of Haweayllle is with her slstor T F Sawyer Miss Mary Jarboo went to Sklllman Monday evening for a months stay James Dean of Giendeane was in the city Sunday Miss Carrie Owen return- Â¬ ed with him W 0 Mossbarger with Bradas But terwich was in town last week He re- Â¬ ports business good Herbert Reldel of Owensboro came up to spend the Fourth with his sister Miss Rosa Reldel Mis E Patrick bos moved to Hites Run and will In th6 future reside with her daughter Mrs Frank Walker The Young Ladies Home Mission and Parsonage Society will meet this after- Â¬ noon at 3 oclock at the Methodist church The Redman Bros gave n splendid dinner and ball at Mooleyvlllo last Wed Â¬ nesday They know exactly how to run a picnic Edgar Lewis with the well known firm of Lewis Wald Co Cincinnati is in the city the guest of Dr and Mrs J T Owon v rersnna W i CLOVERPORTS wgaaj To those living districts Tutts Pills arc intlispcnsiblc they keep the system in perfect order and are in malarial IflfleGi jccc i rxt no Miujw mrtrrgaw kuxkzzxM iw Win Two Games Out Leon MrOaTock went to HurJImburg yes Â¬ of Three- But Wore The Royals or Irrlngton Did Well wai In town an absolute cure HOW THU 4ft Not Strong Andy Garrett oime up from Oircnitioro Jamei Moorman of Qlendeane wai In the city Monday Mr Vina Clssel Cinnelton Ind was In Enough ror The Homo Boys tin city Monday la Clovorport Has Tho Ball Fovor Bad Tutts Liver Pills llycs in Hardin county and represented Meadu whllo ottpiidlng tho convention A llttlo extraordinary this Bro Walton preached a real Fourth of July sermon Sunday He remarked at the beglnnirg that ho was glad that the Fourth was occasionally given to preach- Â¬ ers Among the very many good things he said ono point especially fastened itself on my mind that a man should vote as he prayed If he prayed Lord 11 deliver us from the whisky devil why vote so a to help the Lord to do it Golden Rod To Cure A Cold In One Day for sick headache indigestion malaria torpid liver constipa- Â¬ tion and all bilious diseases m I aonJo Seymour Mn Seymour New Albin visiting hsr at Toblmport Ind Mines Belle and Mary Ryan i pent Sunday MGR Mn E At Klssam went to Union Star her old home Siturday HAMMAN IS of Mlia Mabel Carton J D Hambleton wife and children of Hen denon are In the city Mn Brnner and daughter Mln Nellie re tornod home Sunday Mix Francis Smith returned from her visit at Ilaweirille Monday Mln Sue Datli of Owembuo U the gueit Three games of base ball camo off at the park last week Tho visiting clubs were all composed of good players and much interest was manifested in each gamo On Wednesday the Hardinsburg club came down and carried off the banner from the home team with a score of 10 and the stump speakers and the small boy have had their say and made their noise Lets get down to builneM UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is the only known country with a birthday All the rest began they know not how Now the fun Is over we have made Old Glory float from many happy homes Lets try to keep cool x v fv ssr u S T L Caley and little daughter Lucy went to Henderson to spend the Fourth with relatives and friends They return- Â¬ ed yesterday Mr and Airs D M Duncan of Brand- Â¬ enburg camo down Saturday morning to The Cannelton Telephone of last week spend the Fourth with Mr and Mrs devoted its front page to write up of H V Dancan a passenger on Monday evening train for Jts progressive business men klsson W C Moorman and Miss Carrie Owen ijouitviiie Kasey did good work Â¬ A studied systematic conduct of busi Tho person that borrowed my iron of Giendeane came to town last Thurs James Mattlngly and family of Henderson OBrion did good fielding roofing tools will favor me very much day and were the guests of Dr and Mrs are guesta of his parents Mr and Mn 0 U ness coupled witli rigid economy gener- Â¬ Mattlngly Satterfleld was horned for first base ally insures success by returning them at once A A La Jas T Owen Orvtlle T Sklllman ifter a ilx months stay Tho Owensboro team are nil flno litest i One of the nine months old twin in California fir hit health has returned very The summer girl is off for her outing players but tho gill that stays at home will be Judge James R Sklllman has rented a I tables of Mr and Mrs John Blytbe much improved Wm Allen holds down right field to gaged beforo the season is over room over the Breckeniudqe News office died Monday night and the other is not Mrs George Nottingham and Mrs M J Basham of Lodiburg were In the city yester Â¬ a finish - Mr Bruce an aged farmer living near and is now ready to give advice to any expected to live day shopping that might call Seymour played ball belter than ever ore who was seriously Injured by be- Â¬ Mrs M J Miller Mrs B F Itafferty Mn Wm Smith who has been visiting coming entangled in n reaper several Sorg services at the Presbyterian and son Douglas and MUs Lela Henley Mrs Annie E Brown hai returned to Owens Â¬ before Batteries Davis and Rtnoy Allen days ago is still in a precaiious condi- Â¬ church Sunday evening There will not are visiting relatives and friends in New boro her home tion J V Ah of Kvansyille Ind spent the and Yeager bo any preaching in the morning All Albany and Louisville Last Sunday v as announced for Sun There is scarcely anything said about Fourth with his wife who li vi itlng her old are cordially invited Tho ladles are getting to bo fond of home at Sample day School Rally Day hero but tho expolitics in thiH town until a Hardins the sport Prof T M Hawes will give his recital J PScott Jr Traveling Passenger Agent the 0 Railway wai in the city sever Â¬ Allens small but ho can hold them cessive heat prevented our having a that was postponed from lost week on burg candidate puts in an appearance for dayi B t week al last good attendance so como out next Sun- Â¬ He sets things to going and it is kept up down in the box Friday evening of this week Let every- Â¬ day and join us for the new quarter M s Henry Tate and daughter Miss Ethel at a lively rate as long as he Btays body come and hear him Hall and DHavon umpired can be The cry stop thief was raised in 0 P Bush paymaster for the Louis- of near Rome J Ind spent tunday with Mr relied upon to treat all fairly and Mrs H May Tho Christian Endeavours will give an St Louis Railway order that the rogue might escape Like Â¬ ville Henderson Misi Carrie A LaMar of Lulsvllle for Â¬ entertainment Thursday night July 8 The Cloverports go to Hardinsburg Â¬ nt Mr R J Pattersons near Guston came to the city last Wednesday to pay merly of Grandvlew Ind ii visiting Mrt A to day to cross bats with the latter wise tho cry hard times is being perpetrated in order that nu excuse may be oil the work train crew He was the E Brown at Rose Cottage Every body cordially Invited club afforded for the postponement or evasion guest of Mr and Mrs It N Hudson Mlsi Jessie Tallalerro has returned to her Clyde Morrison has not entiroly of the payment of debts home in Owensboro after an extended visit to Tom B Pell Jr of Lowisport was up Capt Marion Ryan says that a certain her sister Mn Oscar Holder recovered from the victory yet He is a Monday to arrange the inscription on a mail agent in the Evans ville line is very Miss Lulie Nicholas went to Sulphur whole soul ball crank larje family monument that J E Keith much interested in the BitECKKNiuDaE EKRON Springs Ohio oounty Sunday where she will Son are building for them The battery of tho Cloverport Club is News That be likes to read all the oe tne guest or Airs uomoy ueniro an exceptionally goon one ana all are fcfTand Mrs F M Smith announce correspondents and more especially the Misi Bailie McOavock of Franklin Mo Gene Guedry of Paducah is at home arrived yesterday morning lo be with her pretty safe hitters t engagement of their daughter Brandenburg department for a weeks visit for several wteki relatives and friends James B Pace Jr should bo congrat- Â¬ LaFayette Lallelst to Mr Lathrope The City Council held ita regular Miss Essie Bruner of Garfield is visit- Â¬ Mr and family Mr ZIrole and Tracy Reld of Bucyner Ohio The monthly meeting Monday night at tho family Joe Culley Mary Harris spent tho Fourth ulated on working up such an interest ing relatives here and Miss wedding will occur in September at Sklllman the guests of Mr and Mn Couty in base ball as is being taken by every riifv TTnll vartr II If In Ymolnaaa nt imn1 Irvie Richardson of Garfield is visit Â¬ up before the body Claims Handsome TCannelton Inqul Frank ono Two special coaches attached to the tance came ing relatives here In the elty K7 wai The Acrobats and Athetotics played regular passengar train yesterday morn accounts and salaries to the amount 0f U c0er f IIrdlnbar the eirti of oar girls Sunday breaking Tim McAuliff was in Ekron a short yesterday evening The former is Irvin 18227 were allowed ingwore packed with military boys from while Sunday evening Misi Alma Miller with her brother Arthur to attend the Mrs Julius 0 Nolto and daughter arrived In the city last week from New Albany OBriens club and the latter is 0 W Owensboro and Henderson Miss Lotta Compton of Garfield is State encampirfent at Fountain Ferry Elolse Mrs A M Tate Mrs W B Al- Â¬ They are the guests of Mr and Mn A A Moormans Pitcher Davis for the Royals said visiting Miss Cora Shacklett jn Xoulsvllle len and children after a pleasant visit to Lallelst prk Mrs W J Sherman who has been vlstlng they never were treated better and the Miss Lulu Wool folk Is spending this Henry Shaw and Bessie Morton of Hidden Brook Rosetta returned home her parents Mr and Mrs W II Bowmer wholo set went off with a good opinion week with Miss Clara Wimp Saturday They a islted Mr and Mrs R for leveral weeks returned to her home in Backenridge county Ky ran away and of our boys Misses Mary and Sallle Manning of D Witt Ohio last Saturday Muo6 to this city at a very early hour Rhodelia attended the picnic here 0elz9 Frank Waide and Misi Minnie LeGrand Bro millers bought last Teuwday and procured license and were BEWLEYVILLE Louliville were at Sulphur Sprlngi last Sat- Â¬ Clarence and Lillle Board spent pic- Â¬ visited in marriage by Eeq Win Heck Saturday about 4000 bushels of wheat urday Mlsi Legrand will visit frlendi near from parties in Tobins bottom at 02 Guiton for leveral dayi nic day with their sister Mrs Mollis Cannelton Telephone Miss Mattie Ileitis visiting Mrs Ruins Brown centa at the thresher which will make Mines Elita May returned home Allen Fisher colored was arrested about 01 or 5 cents delivered Tboy last night Eva and plea ant from a visit to Mr and Cain Ted Warfleld Will Wat field and sis Saturday night in this city on the charge say tho quality is good Mrs Chas Mrs Mook Louisville Roy Cain has charge of tho postoflico tor Miss Sallle of Louisville spent the but it has con- Â¬ and her little MookChirlei came with them to ion efsedncig Nannio Satterfleld colored siderable rye mixtd in it Tho yield is at Irvingtou 4th here kMler jwomlso of marriage The case the best for years one party the Hon ipend several dayi Hon Chas Blanford was in Louisville Miss Lena Simmons and Mr Footo wis set for Monday but was continued Till Groves crop averaging 40 bushels several days last week of Irvington attonded the picnic and otkecount of the illness of the woman to the acre JOLLY STATION Mr and Mrs Chas Drury are visiting were guests of Mrs Norton Xight blooming cereus is a most won Mrs Polly Omm who lives with her relatives in Hardin county Mrs Wiliett and children of Hum This peculiar variety son ilwful flower Brother Duggins preached a good ser- Albert Orum at the Tar Springs and Ob just lots of folks attended tho pic boldt arrived last Thursday to spend fee not bloom but once In a year and Mr Peter Beele of near Hardinsburg mon on Sunday the summer with her parents nics at Ekron and Sulphur faeglni about 0 oclock and re- were married yesterday afternoon at the Farmers say that tobacco worms are Mis3 Claudia Frymiro Mrs and Jim looming until midnight Miss Stella Paul left for Louisville former place Rev W B Rutledge off- Â¬ getting plentiful in this section visited her Ctolzehad one to bloom at her iciating Mrs Orum is Thursday to make an extended visit to Mitchell of Mooleyvlllo in her 05th year Mrs Nelson Jolly has had quite a lit- Â¬ parents and attended the picnic deuce Sunday night and it was quite and Mr Beela is about 70 This relatives records tle sick spell this week but is better a ewriottty to the passers by Mrs 0 II Blandford and little daugh- Â¬ Misses Kate and Mary Stltli of the the oldest wedding that has taken place Thero was quite a large crowd attend- Masonic Home are tbo guesta of Miss ter of Uulontown spent several days The land owner of the proposed road in llreckenridge county for sometime ed the missionary meeting at Corinth Mary Blanford with hereistor Mrs II S Brown efcamgh tb Tar Springs to Plrgah and The News cxtonda congratulations last Saturday ntowootlng Ua Owensborq road have Mrs Pollock and daughter Miss There has been meted out to us in tho vT ho announcement of the marrlr gj of There was quite a big wind struck this last week some of the CO days of hot corn Helen of Guston and Mrs Kendall of flmawa privilege oingutoi way tho Miss Lalayette Lalleist lo Mr Lathrope neighborhood last Thursday blowing growing weather of Ctoverport should do their Webster attended the picnic Saturday Tracy Reid appears in this issue to take down trees and barns and scaring peo tewewds Ha construction as it will Saturday n as an Ideal picnic day for place In September The marriage of Misses Blanche Jolly and Lena Drury in general an aatyMtage to both the farmers and this popular couple Old Sol shone down in all his glory leave Thursday JuIyO for a visit to has been expected hata of this place There has tor some time but Importuning friends Mrs Nelson Jolly has the nicest Miss Carrie Owen of Qlendeane In the afternoon tho grounds were something near 180 subscribed could not Induce them to confirm the fruit I know of in this neighborhood Mr and Mrs Sam Pate of Hardins- Â¬ crowded and a large crowd remaining Prince Koawnnah a genulno South rumor The prospective bride is one of some of tho finest peaches I ever saw burg camo up Friday afternoon and aro for the ball that night which was a Mean negro was in town Saturday the prettiest girls in town and her sweet also raspberries cherries plums and gutflts of Mr aud Mrs M grand success Messrs Shacklett and P Payne ng the costume as worn by Africans gontle disposition places her on tho list apples Misses Laura Mary Katio and Tobln closed out all their perishable Fletcher Blanford who has beon at- Â¬ goods elaitned to be only 20 year old and of friends of all her acquaintances and Josle Yeager now la your timo to come The cream was grand and sold school at Lebanon Ohio for tho He was brought she is admired and esteemed by all - -- - poumk Thero Is to be a Methodist meeting tending readily showing that the pooplo appreci- Â¬ to tkU eeustrr by Bishop Gaines of New Lathrope Tracy Reid known better by carried on for a few days some time in past four months arrived homo last ate a good tiling Owing to sevoral pic- Â¬ JeMW Dtl Rotsannah can lift a man hie fellow friends as Fatty is to be August by Bro BreedinO and Bro Thursday nics in tho county the crowd was not Harvesting oats agitates the farmers as large as in the past year weiihiBf 209 pounds with his teeth and highly complimented for securing such Roberts It will be held in a grove if Thero eaa tread on glace with his bare feet an elegant young lady Well nothing one can be found suitably close to Jolly mind this Monday morning to be more oats about than for Btittb M Miller Republican candidate ran be Mid too good of Fatty he is the Station if not it will be in the Jolly seems WOLF CREEK IjMveralyears most aer the re eleetlou to the dffice of Cgun- - cleverest drew accommodating mortal school house breath Hie home ie in that ever anu wr8 JOIy ara the nappy Mr area itook from near HardlswTr3 Mr Morris OUUm It mt ff AnorMy was la the city Bucyrue Ohio but since the ceoetruc tfTJnT In eonvereatioR with a ifiws tioa of the Texas road has We acting burg met with quite an accident last Veuta of a baby boy born June JtOth ter This youngster is my nephew and I give Ommmmmtiklma Via aalka1 lurv luliltuBt in the capacity of an esgineer During -w w JW t hie residence la thk city he bee wo h Sunday While returning home from him a glad welcome Mm Xawijr is vfcitUw km OMgMM church wKh a young lady is a bugy Mps S J tlte reepect aad the frieniWiip of all imtytkt gtd io ttate itiat the farmer W H Cain Sr went to see his broth- Â¬ the taggy overturned almost tea ring it Bt bealttodlt wm getting It lieale everything except a brokes to plea and tmrtisg the young dy I er Peter Cain who was badly httrt mm fcMM it ttM IMmhL y WUtitoUm tot bk eMW ko v ws heart M ef DeWItts Witch have ot ImnmU week y be badly The home tlnw agO I IJe alao yWta4 waa sot in frl eada in Vine Grove Piles mhI Metal dleeaeee Maforaowe dieUaoi AmAklkfom In hie eeeUoa be HaselSalv Mm Mm Strothwr tJMPid that every farmer wee a cute berse Wraieaa tetter etecnia atl Jwl f Mg ptafc My all akin traablea my be ewresi ky it Mi Bah rift ittokiieUotioalMeeid wkswMMiMii iHHtaf 1om tadteAtftMifeMakaA And I mmmtd ma qeickly umI pertuaaeaUy Short k Svkool ConvBUoa at WJalsWMH ay belag w lUoted Hayae Um Bfoknric QmhIp BftHn to frcra Â¬ 1 to G Take Laxative Brotno Quinine Tablets Thursday tho Hawesvllle club came All Druggists refund tho money if it falls up and when the home team went to bat to Cure 25c For Sale by R A Shell In first half of the nintli inning the Bcoro man Stephensport Ky stood 12 to 4 In homo teams favor These two games were well attend Â¬ WEBSTER ed and grew vory interesting but tho the game long looked for was tho ono to Sizzling hot take place between the Royalsof Owens- Â¬ All off for tho summer outiug boro and the team here Saturday July 3 Joo Jeffries went to LoulBvillo last Somotimo before tho game had been week called thero vore fully 800 people Fred Moorman camo home Sunday on gathered to witness it a visit Tho grand stand looked like a solid Mrs Jnko Kendall attended tho picnic mass of Marechonell roses The Royals at Ekron went to tho hat first and roado a run of Ed Adams spent tho Fourth bore with three but in the first half ot tho second his best girl Inning tho Oloverports camo in with English Kondall Louisville Ib visiting Tom Bowmer came down from Louisville four scores Sunday to vlit hii brother Win Victor Tho game grew exciting and was Clyde English Mr and Mn David White will return this beyond an amateur game for the Olovcr John Hawkins and Wash Hall wero week to Toblmport to ipend leveral daji ports didnt let tho Royals make a score out plcnlcing last Friday Mill Mayme Calloway of Ituisellville Ala until they went to the bat in the fifth Misses Emmaand EllaKurlz aro off at visited her filter Mill Jennie last week inning and by awkard playing the home Tar Springs for the summer B II Fickard went to Steph Mr and Mn ensport Satuiday on boat returning that night team allowed them get in five scores Mits Rebecca McGary Hardinsbure It was a tie gamo almost up to the is visiting Miss Ada Henderson Waldo Simons of Toblnsport wai in the last half of the eighth inning city yesterday morning enroute to Louliville John Lyddon lost a horee last veek By excellent playing and close watching Erneit Gregory spent a few hours Sunday overcome by tho extreme heat with his parents Mr and Mn J D Gregory the Cloverport nino took away tho Mrs Wm Allen is convalescing from Mlsi Annie McGavock Sklllman wai the honors from that well known club At a severe attack of typhoid fovor guests of her aunts the Mines Newton last first tho Royals appeared quite warm week Jas and Ed Colgan and Ruby Esterlo but it soon developed that thoy wero not Mlsi Patty B Anderson of Owensboro was of Louisyille aro visiting Mrs L H Ad NOTES Mlnei Carrie and Oeorgle Urabam are flatt Â¬ ing relatlrei In Laulivllle Mlia Sallle Gregory Ii the guest of relative and frlendi in Evanirllle Air Jamei Fenn of Kirk wai the gueit of Mln Delia Batt Saturday Dan Dlek and Mli Brook Tlnlui Addlion fpent tho Fourth tn Onemboro Mill Jennie Calloway left Thuidty for Waltman to ipend tereral weeki Mln Era Younr of MorganQeld li with her liter Mn C B Sklllman Mlia Mary Manhall li with Mln Llnnle Dlluy for moral weeki itaj Eddie Rledel of Louliville wai here to ipend the Fourth with his parenti Mr John Baikett of Irrlngton wai the gneit of Mill Stella Mullen Sunday Mr and Mn Dan Walli and ilitcr Mln Annie Walli wore in the city Monday Min Alma Moredook of Louliville ii with her grandmother Mn Thoi Sawyer Mica Ella Dillon of Ilardlmburg wai the gueit of Mill Alice Mattlngly lait week TOW LINEN SUITS that will woo every passing brreze coo and PRETTY STRAW HATS that will keep your head comfortable LIGHT WEIGHT SHOES that will glye you ease and comfort these hot days that will shade you from the glaring tun c SILK UMBRELLAS Cone to us for OMFORTABLE LOTHING of all kinds for hot weather wear OOL SULZER S XjSXSiX3 cwa i ccxcccHoas93VA Old Sol In getting in some good work these days and you should bo prepared to protect yourself from his rays for he will Kq with us for somo tiinn aud the weather men say cook everyone in his reach if theyro not clad in our caciirg hell r Cool Summer Wearing Apparel Wo now havo everything that is desirable in tho way of Â¬ Â¬ Summer Dry Goods and Dress Goods Un- Â¬ derwear Shoes and Slippers Light Summer Suits Straw Hats Parasols Umbrellas Fans Etc We aro giving bargains every day in Summer Furnishings and take special pains in fitting vou up comfortably for tho hot summer months Prices suited to the times hard times too Â¬ W E BROWN 55 IRVINGTON f -- tho South looking halo and hearty Mrs Robinson of Big Clifty is tho guest of her sister Mrs Lambert Mr D S Richardson of Brandenbutg was here Saturday the guest of J S Onings Mies Rebecca Owings went to Brand enburg Friday accompanied by 0 T Evherton Mr and Mrs Harney Boono of Louis- Â¬ ville are stopping at the hotel rueticatirg for a while Little Nellie Lee Gilliland of Blue Grass Landing is visiting her aunt Mrs Sallle Owings Miss Susie Elder Is expected h omo to seo her father who has been very much indisposed for some time Miss Belle Smith of Cedar Flat visit Â¬ ed her brother Rob week before last and was the guest of several of her young friends while here Miss Hi Roberts of Chenault who has been visiting Miss M R Owings went to Alton Ind to visit her cousin Miss Alice Roberta MesarB llutcherson Brown the pho- Â¬ tographers who have been doing some good woik hero aro thinking of taking their departure this week Â¬ C When you Go v iO fe JC tVy 5l Hadiniburg f STOP AT THE d BARNES HOUSE Only 100 Per Day Best Accommodations Good Sample Rooms YOU SHOULD EWIPLOY None but the County Surveyor to do vrur work He is the authorized Surveyor of tho County la an experienced workman and knows hit builncn He Is alio Notary Public writes Deeds and takes Acknowledgemcdts Charges always Reasonable Atldrem Mothers Tim discom Â¬ of child birth can iNSr be almost en- tirely avoided1 WineofCardul CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARDINSBURG KY and iViriW LLLV Wir Â¬ relieves ex- Â¬ nancy less painful shortens labor and hastens recovery after child birth It helps a woman bear 6trong healthy children tpnetothegcu italorgansand tiuta them in condition to do their work That makes preg Â¬ perfectly pectant moth Â¬ ers It givea Dont use Drugs Unless you need them and then only ruiiE drugs such as nro sold by responsible drug gists We keep only the best That is the great distlnctioa to bo looked for when the time comes that you them Nowhere else will yo find mi complete a stock A good tun now to bgtn that ntodi Wmianli has also brought bappItMM to thousands of oM barren ttsr AfewdoaMoftemMFiqp levin ktarta thai Vame i tUrliiur Wby Ko wnsn btHiU aswJsKt to try H foe tfcta trwtUa BHtaiM caMpcmt Cwfcil m nd AEdnaiMMll WisM oo pstr boMfe i - fHt lw bt wJO HAUL f of foaVMBta took w fearful I Tw goods of every Frkes rifirht 1M0N etMMUtelinffa Woab tteat modiiW -a-- 5A- JHplisUr Iis4 S Fft S Uo li HARD yrJr 8 Breckenridge News 1897 t T7f n fmrX t How to Examine n Watch To ond who has never studied the mechanism of a watoh its mainspring or tho bnlauco wheel is a moro plcco of motnl Ho may bavo lookod at tho faco of tho watch and whllo ho admiros tho motions of its hands nnd tho tlmo it keeps ho may havo wondered in Jdlo nmazemont as to tho character of tho mnchinory which is concealed within Tako it to pieces and show him onoh part soparatoly and ho will rocognlzo uoi thor design nor adaptation nor relation between thorn but put thorn together set them to work point out tho offices of cnoli spring wbcol and cog explain tholr movements nnd than show him tho result Now ho poroolvcs that it is all ouo design that notwithstanding tho number of parts tholr di verso forms and various offices nnd tho agents con- Â¬ cerned tho wholopicco is of ouo thought tho expression of ono idea Ho now rightly couoludes that whon tho main Â¬ spring was fashioned and tempered its relation to all tho other parts must havo boon considered that tho cogs on this wheel aro cut and regulated adaptod to tho ratohcts on that oto and his final conclusion will bo that such n pleco of mechanism could not havo been produced by chanoo for tho adaptation of tho parts is such as to show it to bo according to design and obedient to tho will of ono intelligence Harpers Round Tabic Suth-or-land- WEDENBDAY JULY 7 X DEMOGllATIC TICKET FOR CLERK COURT OF AlFEALSl 4fr SAM SHACKELFORD FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE JUDGE T It McBEATH FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEVl WEED S CIIELF FOR STATE SENATOR ELIJAH ASHCRAFT FUSION TICKET FOR REPRESENTATIVE J H LENNIN FOR COUNTV IUDOE W E MINOR FOR COUNTY CLERK A M HARDIN T A McGILL Deputy FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY GUS BROWN FOR CIRCUIT CLEHKi R S SKILLMAN FOR SIIERIFi RICHARD OWEN FOR JAILER J D BEELER FOR ASSESSOR REV GEO E MORRIS FOR SUI T SCIIOOIS K HARMAN FOR SURVEYOR H C JOLLY FOR CORONER LEE BISHOP llajiDg croquet seems to be our favorite amusement this summer Mrs Charlie Fearl was taken suddenly very ill last Sunday evening Lonnio Glasscock Is again the smiting father tis a boy Iorcy Lee There will bo services at St Anthony the second Sunday of this month Miss Cretlo Cannon is spending this week at her brothers W T Cannon Chester Rhodes who has been suffer- Â¬ ing with white swelling is oblo to walk without his crutches again Miss Mattio Mattlngly and Mr Tom Donahue of near Kirk spent last Sun Â¬ day with Miss Margie Rhodes Ill 11 Dell of Irvington is spending Boveral days with his old school mate Jiminie Matlingly at St Anthony Uncle Ned Cannon is quite feeble and ailing and bis good patient wife is still sufJcring with her arm that was broken some time ago Misses Lizzie and Lulu Hall of West View and Miss Mnpgie Rhodes spent the day yery pleasantly with Mrs Viola Spencer last Wednesday Tho musicale at Mr Robbie Spencers last week and social at MrJohn Rhodes this week were well attended and all seemed to have a pleasant time Tho new dwelling of Mr Bill Dockery is beginning to look nice It will he a pleasant little home situated in the shady grove just this side of McDaniels Uro Fudge of Louisville who is out here on vacation is stopping at Mr Wil- Â¬ lis Dockerys and will hold meeting every Sunday at tho Baptist church dur Â¬ ing tho summer Mrs Ira McMullin Mrs Mollie Tar sons Mrs Viola Spencer Misses Templo and Eula Hart Julia and Lulu Rhodes and Ella May Glasscock who compose tho music class taught by Mr Burnett are progressing nicely The recent rains put quite a new ap- Â¬ pearance on our cornfields and gardens Farmers were harvesting during the rainy spell which made it alittle difficult to save tho grain Wheat in this local- Â¬ ity is very good alsj oats Miss Ola Shumate who has been en Â¬ gaged as milliner at J A Hestons re Â¬ turned to her home near Big Springs Inst week after doing a successful business here and making many warm friends Â¬ Â¬ THE BREOKBNRIDGE NEWS OXiOVEiKFORA KY iJWWWffl An Abscess caugtit 10 rats In one trap at one time Pretty big rat story but I guoss wo will have to record it Bates and Rices picnic was a grand In the Stomach Causotl Great success Everybody seemed to enjoy Suffering Was Confined to the themselves and all wero peaceable 8ov Bed But Now Able to Work eral of tho candidates wero present shak Â¬ In October 1895 1 had an abscess In ing hands with tho people Good music my stomach I was also taken with pleu Â¬ I was was furnished in fact it was a day of risy and coughed vory badly treated by physicians but did not Improve pleasure to all Igavotipalt liopo ot over getting well My right do was swollen and 1 was not Griffin of Znnesvllle 0 says John able to walk across tho room and was I never lived a day for thirty years confined to my bed I was advised to without suffering agony until u box of try Hoods Bsrsaparllla and began taking De Witts Witch Ilaiel Salve cured my It In threo days 1 could seo a chango piles For piles and rectal troubles for tho bettor I kept on taking Hoods cuts bruises sprains eczema and all Sarnnpnrllla until I bad taken four bot- Â¬ skin troubles DeWItts Witch Hazel tles and continued to Improve I am now able to doa good days workon tho farm Salve is unequalled Short A Haynes M E Mann DemossvIIIc Kentucky fit 8ratttttTfl I FARMERS r 5 Have Your Ciofyei Hulled on et rfSlp PELLVILLE Hilary Bruner of Fordsville was here Saturday A nice party at Dr Lancasters Thurs Â¬ day night Miss Hortenso Moseley has been sick but is better Miss Mabel Hunter of Pleasant Ridge is visiting here Tho young people had a nice social at Dr Huffs Saturday night The tobacco crop Is nearly a failure here on account of tho drouth Miss Jennie Patterson was here last week She is very popular here Thomas Jett and his daughter Miss Dolly went to Henderson last week Rov J D Ilocker filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday Bud Moorman hauled his tobacco to Owensboro last week where ho got a good price There has been six threshers in Pell villo in the last ten days all bound for the bottoms Misses Rosa and Lilly Leibovitz are visiting their aunt Miss Bessie Brodsky in Louisville Now that the candidates are divided up two and two let us havo a good race on till November A petition is being circulated for a new potoffico at Browns Bridge under the name of Hoben While Bud Brown was moving some egg in Leibovilzs store last week he found a full Hedged chicken hatched In the bottom of tho box These egg had been on hand sometime The young chick is doing well I crave but One Minute said the public speaker in a husky voice and then ho took a dose of One Minute Cough Cure and proceeded witli his ora tory One Minute Cough Cure Is un- Â¬ equalled for throat and lung troubles Short A Haynes Â¬ 81 six for 65 Lowell Maw orscipnllciandEKiiit Prepared a only by 1 Hoods Pet Hood St Co Hoods and only Hoods pills aid digestion I The New Birdsell Huller of Ball Frank IT WILL tin HOOd S FillS aro the best niter dinner 25c 3 3i J1B8 Mrs Laura Burch Saturday night Miss Dora Funk and Dan Williams went to Hill Grove to church Sunday and dined with Miss Bornie Shacklett Misses Bates and brother and Charlie Wooldrldge of Garnottevillo were the guests of Miss Eva Buckler and brother s Eaglo Eye Salvo cures Co Sunday Miss Hettie Miller of Louisville came down Friday to visit her uncle W W Miller and family a few days and attend tho picnic sore eyes styes and granulated lidr It strengthens weak eyo In both old and young It allays all inflamatlon It gives a pleasant feeling about tho eyes and makes the vision clear and dis- Â¬ tinct Short and Haynes Camphor For DU Wife Thorn was he farmer up home who used to havo his occasional said sprco Evory ono know his failing and Save AH of Your Clover Seed Nicely H SOLD BY v J IlEPUBLICAX TICKET FfR RElRESRNTATIVK POur JOHN P HASWELL JR FOR COUNTY JUDOE WM AHL FOR COUNTV CLERK OWEN CUNNINGHAM FOR COUNTV AT TORN EV R N MILLER I FOR CIRCUIT CLERK SHERMAN VB BALL FOR SHERIFF BURTON FOR JAILER GUS SIIELLMAN FOR ASSESSOR JOHN H COMER FOR SUIERINTFNDKNT SCHOOLS ANDREW DRISKELL FOR SURVEYOR CHINTZ ROYALTY FOR CORONER JOHN SPENCER finr Nairilihnnci VUl HUI5IIUVID m PATESVILLE E F Jlnrlow wert to Ilartlinsburg Monday Mr T W Harmon Is putting a new roof on liis house Mr Walter Smart of Cloverport was in the city Monday Mr George Milner of Owenaboro was in tliecity Tlinrsday Hurrah for the Nkwp it is the htet county paper that cornea to this oflice Mr Calhoon repersenting Foley Co of Chicago was in the city Monday Weddings are plentiful in this place there is coing to be another one this week Xf Dunn who has been Bpending a few days in the country returned home Sunday We have two giod working Sunday Schods in this place Everybody is invited to attend y Misa Jennie Patterson is n candidate for County Superintendent and will carry this place by a large majority Miss Jennie is a dessrving young wo- Â¬ man The Baptist Sunday School of this place Is going to celebrate the Hit of July at Tar Springs I t every body go they will not regret it A god time in expected The correspondent for the Clarion says wh are all for D II Loth for Representa Â¬ tive We will have to disagree with him he may bo for Mr Loth but we are all for Capt J A Clark Childrens Day at the M K Church last Sunday was a great success The quartette by Misses Llda Haynes and Minnie Lynch Meesrp Horace Lamb and Frank Haynes was good and was en Â¬ joyed by all Mtsj Llda Haynes who has taught a nice and successful music class at this place returned to her home In Dranden burg Sunday Miss Llda is one of Kentuckys most charming young ladies and ia loved by ll le Has the best wishes of the WlMtr Â¬ sympathy is with Mr and Mrs Robert Rhodes of Kirk whom death bereft themof their little baby boy Har Â¬ ry last Thursday He was a frail sweet child a beautiful subject for tho King Â¬ dom of Heaven being called from earth in his innocenco ere the foul stain ol sin had disfigured his pure soul Miss Lucy Frank accompanied by Mr Edgar Lewis was visiting friends and relatives on Long Lick last weok and at Â¬ tended the social at John Rhodes Wed Â¬ nesday night Mr Edgar is looking real well and seems glad to return to his old home and mingle with old friends He win going from here to Oweusboro to visit his mother Someone from home has sent me word to please send in something to the Nuws from here I wish twas in my power to write a nic newsy letter real often We all like to read our home news especially those who are some distance away leav- Â¬ ing dear ones behind I think we might have news more often from Giendeano and Kirk than we do AVe were sorry Miss Nell Mattingly and Mr Wallace Medley did not get to make their intended visit hero lost Sat- Â¬ urday on account of Mr Medley getting badly hurt by falling from a scaffold while at work on the new dwelling of Mrs App Mattingly Hope recovery will soon follow and that we may have them with us in the near future Tho health of the neighborhood is very good at present and I think we are all jogging along about in our way seem to have plenty to eat and enjoying life This is you know the season of all kinds of vegetables fruita and fried chlckon Tho weather has been very warm but their is no place so inviting on n hot day as the shade of these stately old trees out hero where you are fanned by the gentle bree 23 and can listen to the ripple of tho cooling water as it flws along from the many good springs here I think too the girls are as pretty the birds Bing as sweetly the flowers send forth their fra Â¬ grance as delicious as of old All seems to invite and welcome the absent ones return There Is a time for every thing and the time to attond to a cold is when it starts Dont wait until you haye con- Â¬ sumption but prevent it by using One Minute Cough Cure the greatest remedy for coughs colds croup bronchitis and all throat an lung troubles Short A Haynes 1 GARRETT Casper Funk went to Garnettsville Friday Will Brandenburg of Vine Grove was here Monday Sheriff R P Ilagan of Brandenburg was here Thursday Charley Wimp of Garnettavillo passed through here Friday Miss Myrtle Crutcher was tho guest of the Misses Ritchie Thursday evening Mrs W B Lancaster and children were the guests of Mrs Roby Thursday Miss Ida Bell Shacklett spent several days this week the guest of Mrs Buck- Â¬ ler J 0 Crutcher has purchased a now buggy we think ho must mean business girls Mrs Felix Meyer of Buras is visiting her sisters Mrs J W Tuell and Mrs Dr Miller Mrs Sue Pfoifer and daughter of Lou- Â¬ isville are visiting relatives here this week P T Noel was here one day this week and purchased a new wagon from the blacksmith Mrs Buckler spent several days this week in Garnettsville tho guest of her sister Miss Howard Mrs Mollie Wright and children of St Louis are here to spend the summer the guests of her Bister Mrs Burch DSRoberts and family and D W Burch and family visited their mother Bottled Up MUflM ll Whether in the form of pill powder or liquid the doctors prescription for blood diseases is always the same mercury or potash These drugs bottle up and poison and dry It up In the system but they also dry up the marrow in the bones at the same time The suppleness and elasticity of the joints give way to a stiffness the rack MATTINGLY ing pains of rheumatism The form gradually bends the bones ache while decrepitude and helplessness prema Will Wood of Cloverport was here turely take possession of the body and Sunday it is but a short step to a pair of crutches Then comes falliug of Sunday was a day of recreation at the the hair and decay of the bones aeon- Tar Springs HtUII UMljf UU1UU1C Mrs C II lite has been very sick for Contagious Blood WtUTASHfy Poison the curse tho past weak HERCUfly of mankind is the Mr Weymouth the drummer was most horrible of all diseases and has al here lost week ways unfiled the Mr and Mrs Alfred Hawkins little doctors Their pochild is very low tash and mercury bottle up the poison Miss Alice Brickoy spont several days but It always breaks at Tar Fork the guest of Mrs Annie forth again attack- Â¬ Taul ing some delicate organ frequently U 11 Tate went to Jolly Station Sun Â¬ the mouth and day lie was the guest of his son while throat filling them with eating sores there SSS is the only Tobacco is looking exceedingly well known cure for this considering the time It was planted The disease It is guar-worms are almost as plentiful as last tfcTXOW LAKE table and oue thousand dollars reward Is year rt jL oncreu lor prooi 10 me contrary It u Wm labeling who baa been visiting never fails to cure Contigious Blood Saturday July 10 his mother at Tar Fork for sometime Poison Scrofula Eczema Rheumatism Uoatheslck JIt haa returned to his homo at Witchlla Cancer or any other disease of the blood If you have a blood disca mm MetMed MM k CrMJH tUWHif Km take a remedy which will not injure yon -- rr wn nt Qii the rat atoriea that ever was told Jsware of mercury dont do violenceI your Dont get bottled p ieoamtry tbe GtwMMlIor boya of Cave Spring toOur system sent t UilUiMtM book fm to any addrew break ft Meerd They claim that tbey Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ca Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dont nauseato your stomach with teas and bitter herbs but regulate your liver neither of the druggists in town would and sick headache by using those famous sell him a drop Ono day ho brought a little pills known as De Witts Little quart bottlo into ono of tho apothecary shops with two or thrco big lumps of Eearly Risers Short A Haynes gum camphor in tho bottom Ho told tho druggiBt that his wifo wanted her This Ought to Settle It Without Far camphor bottlo filled with alcohol The druggist filled it without suspecting any Â¬ ther Trouble thing In n week tho old man camo ngain nnd in a littlo whllo tho third LKiTcnriKLD Ky June 21st 07 Mr timo Finally tho druggist discovered Jno D Babbago Dear sir I want sev- Â¬ that tho gum camphor was milky eral words printed and this is what I quartz picked up in the Holds and that the farmer had poured camphor over tho want you to print for me our marriage There are such in this world that dont outsldo of the bottlo until enough had crystallized thcro to look natural and bolievo that wo wero married and it has smell right Tho quartz didnt hurt tho caused us a vast amount of trouble and alcohol or drinking purposos Tlmo now is the time for all trouble to stop I nnd tho Hour dont want trouble in any way but want My maiden name was Lucy A success Sou must not make flesh of ono and Dalton and was married to J L Dunn bone of another make both for your- Â¬ in Oct 27th 1890 Our marriage is now self by using Dr Bells Peppermint on record in the clerks office at Hardlns Chill Tonic do you good if you never burg This is what I want you to do had a chill If you are having chills Write to the one that has our marriage now it will cure them cure them when on their book nnd let it come out in the every thing else fails Short Haynes News This is what I want published and that part of my work will be com- Â¬ Medical Effectaof lcctrlclty plete In n recent communication to tho So Will you do this and let this marriage cieto Iutcrnationalo des Electrioicus appear in the next issue of the Nkws concerning tho therapeutla and physio- Â¬ Very Respectfully logical offects of high frequency currents M dArsonval showed tho powerful in Mrs Lucy A Dunn ductivo offects which can be obtained with these currents A striking experi Â¬ THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE ment consists of placing tbroo lamps In tension allowing tho current to pass Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be through the body Tbeso enrronts causo no sensations and n man placed in a Cured circuit does not feel that ho is traversed by tho currents which brilliantly illu minato tho lamps Tho principal results An Eminent New York Chemist and Scienof this electrification aro tin augmenta Â¬ tist Makes a Free Offer to Our tion of tho oxidations in tho organism and an increaso in tho production of Readers heat A subject who under ordinary conditions eliminates 17 to 91 liters of The distinguished New York chemist carbouio acid per hour throws off 87 T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ liters after having been submitted to ery of a reliable and absolute cure for this action High frequency currents do Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis upon tho surface of tho and all bronchial throat lung and not act solely body but also profoundly upon tho in Â¬ chest diseases stubborn cougbs catarrhal terior All of these results have boon affections general decline and weakness loss of flesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ obtained upon a number of subjects by ing away will send THREE FREE BOT MM Apostoli and Charrin M dArsonval cited in closing the TLES all different of his New Discov- Â¬ eries to any afflicted reader of the Bkkck action exorolsed upon microbes and bac ENitinas Nkws writing for them toria by these currents Tho inicrobes His New Scientific Treatment has and bacilli aro modified and tho tox cured thousands permanently by its IncB aro killed and transformed to vac- Â¬ timely use and he considers it a simple cine MM dArsonval and Charrin hope professional duty to suffering humanity by this mothod to arrive at a direct to donate a trial of bis infallible cure Science daily develops new wonders treatment for tho interior of tho bodies and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ of patients suffering with zymotlo dis- Â¬ menting for years has produced results ease and experiments to this end buvo as beneficial to humanity as can bo been begun Electrical World claimed by any modern genius His as- Â¬ sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ tion are curable in any climate la proven Tetter Salt Rheum and Eczema by heartfelt letters of gratitude filed Tho intense itching nnd smarting inci- Â¬ in his American and European laborator- Â¬ dent to these diseases is instantly allayed ies in thousands from those cured in all by applying Chamberlains Eye and parts of the world Many very bad cases Skin Ointment Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ have been permanently cured by it It chial chest and luug troubles lead to Is equally efficient for Itching piles and which uninterrupted Cousumption a favorite remedy for sore nipples means speedy and certain death chapped hands chilblains frost bites Simply write to T A Slocum M 0 and chronio sore eyes 25 cts per box 08 Pine street New York giving post office and express address and the free Dr Cady8 Condition Powders are medicine will be promptly sent Suffer- Â¬ just what n horse needs whon in bad ers should take Instant advantage of bis condition Tonic blood purifier nnd generous proposition They nro not food but vermifuge 1iease tell tue Doctor that you saw medicine and the best in nso to put a In the BitECKENBiDqit News his offer Prico 25 horse in prime condition cents per package Â¬ IJWJPateCo JOLLY KY 71UUU fAtVdtevfW -- - TDK 11 SWAV crrr 3cc uirc vscszxne - t1 T s WHAT MAN WKmmF M Would nav tioa for a Typewriter if he thought he could Ret one to dcr equally at much wotlc for f J5 T the 11 10 Will do the work rfanv lioo machine nl Vi the price Machines tent on trial to reipomible parties -- 1 West Vlrnlnla SuddIv Co Gen Agents Ky and W Va WHEELING W in wi VA - ww ff nrf virnt nM - i Noah Advertised people who didnt believe in advertising had to stay out in the rain for forty days They undoubtedly changed their views but their postofflco address has never been learned Try an ad In the NKWS for Thst UulMlme Feelinf The time of departure of tho ark and 51 Are you going to set wet frt -i llltos Wsm MAMUNUMtNT i ANOTHERDEAL THE MARKETS Review of the Qraln smd Llrestook ket For July 0 Clnelnuatl Tobacco Market O florins i or tho weok Ki Jeu ton for the week Mar Â¬ Eutlag-- Between Meal Hhdl 308 Actual inlet for tho wook Itccelpu or the week Ihu prluui on tho otlerlucM OS 470 2183 ruiifceil 1 840 as 07i 14 UU1 00 bulU stngi mid a 60 Hog Prime light heavy 13 W83 6S common 0 cows 3 004 1356413 o to fair W 96 31 lo Sheep Ultra IIUAl 10 good J 1631 00 common 13 0033 6 choloo Iambi 11 260 3 i veal oulvej 10 004 33 Oil folon i itW a UktS f te7 usi Jit stag oo 6t 1 an 761 143 tltujU 6j 101116311 7S 3 13 ftl i4 rituburtr Ca tlo Prime It IW35 W coders l5 Eating betweon meals says a wiso doctor is a bad hub it for one to acquire It will certainly injuro tho digestive process and soon upsets a natural healthy appetite for regular meals It is a very easy habit to get Into and is rather difficult to broak up If any eat ing is indnlged in between meals por footly ripo fresh fruit is tho least hari ful kind of refreshment Â¬ 8542 Our Own Price 58 liit ssa J -- SHOULD BE OF FIRST CLASS WORKMANSHIP TT11 CORRECT PRICES Ef UP-TO-DATR I E KEITH S SON Kllnulf FarnUIird CLOVERPORT KY lW rjjrsi XSSfl m V t m DOLLARS 4 V Worth of Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes bought for SpoLjCaah and We intend to put these goods on sale ami ConÂ¬ i V make the greatest SENSATION ever heard of sult your interest nnd attend this Sale st Cincinnati XoCatÂ¬ 70080 butchor It uol 4o fair to 13 643 6 medium common IJ U8 8 00 Ilogi Soleoted and prims butcheri 13 4I03 6 packing 13 Uuat3 4 common Corn-a703r- tle Whoa Selco ed EferYuodjr Sajl So Cascarets Candy Cathartic tho most won- Â¬ derful medical discovery of tlio ago pleas Â¬ ant and refreshing to tno taste act gently and positively on klduoys liver and bowels clcauslng tho entire system dispel colds euro headache over habitual constipation and biliousness Pleasa buy and try a box to day 10 iirU cents bold and of O guaranteed to euro by all druggists 00 to rough j iiu3 30 Sheep lamb 13 603 t5 IluSfclo Id 0043 60 STSm i packcH 13 0043 f rough 13 0041 M Fhcep Prime II 004t 16 air to oholos 13 7641 00 common 84J 00 UrnlM ft 641 80 CklMgo Hogt Sftloatod outcler N 194 4H kmim Biixaf 04noes oa wlM Ki H46 mom It TllNm and bulls It 74T 8kwi l4 mo 1 60 Cut tlo Choloo butchom II 7645 fair to good It 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and Protects the from Membrane Cold ReetorMi the bVumm of Tat and Wool Chickens and Eggs wanted a Highest Vw Haiti HH jLtdMw DONT FORGKT THIS lt I 7 Iwubj at Mw CtUU MM Iftiuba K 94 0 00t llel at oac and it Will ours Me qiv R tt Yrk A particle U spplW directly intp the nourib COUP HEAD b St THE GREAT BARQAJN STORE OE0 TKAIBL CO T s ttMMp M4 00 jf WY ioc msII IULOTHM8 joWrrw Nt Vurl Citr Imndenburf Xjr iV