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PJrSPJW1- IrWfJI J 1IUS v -- - S7r- - rw wvir WJBfT- - T THE BRECKENRIDUE NEWS VOL XXL CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 14 1897 NEWS NUGGETS Tho sea terpent has bcon soon at Mar blchcad Mass Farmers from Greenup county Ky ro port doprcdatlons of foxei in that section Several partlos aro being organized for fox hunts Senator Quay has authorized the an Â¬ nouncement that he would bo n randldato before tho Pennsylvania legislature for the United Stato senate to succeed himÂ¬ NO 52 I trr i OLD BUT OH MY Secretary Sherman is Sprightly ai Men of Half His Years r t J HC TiVCC I ICC AC IT nnitre Â¬ Many Peculiarities of the Distinguished Statesman Happy In His Work Stratton of r Frank for the telephoneSpringfield lineman company self ftsSU MEWSY WASHINGTON GOSSIP E6K ur t LJ V a WAsihnotoh July IB Special John Sherman Is still secretary of stato A great deal has been printed to tho off ect that Sir Sherman has broken down completely and that he If secretary of stato only In namo Thero la o courso soma truth In tho lat- Â¬ ter part of this stateroont Mr Sherman Is not the real head of the dopartmont Thii hard work tho knotty questions tho difficult problems fall to tho hands of As sistant Soorotory bay and tho other assist Â¬ ant secretaries Judge Day so far as ac tual work Is concerned la moro nearly secretary of state than Mr Sherman But It should bo rcmombcred that this Is just what Mr Sherman wanted Ho aocopted the offlco with full consciousness of the fact that howns not strong enough to copo with oil of Its duties He stipulated that bo should havo a strong first assistant see rotary who oould and would rollovo hlra of a great part of tho burden Happy In IIli Work Secretary Shorronn goes to his ofllco ov ory day about 0 oclock In tho morning He leaves promptly at 4 In tho aftornoon While at his desk he looks ovor all tho cor- Â¬ respondence signs tho department mall receives embassadors and ministers sonds for tho assistant secretaries and other em Â¬ ployees and goos through all tho forms and motions of managing tho department Ho Is perfootly happy In his work Ho is not jealous because all the Important eases nro prepared by Judgo Day or other assist Â¬ ant secretaries at tho presidents direction and brought to him for his approval He signs his name after n little conversation as to what Is going on and Is content Most man would ohafo under such a sys Â¬ tem Ten or SO years ago this method would not havo boon tolerated flvo minutes by Mr Shorman himself While sooretary of the troasury for Instance Mr Sherman was actually scarctary His will was su Â¬ premo No ono protended to question It Hut Mr Sherman is sensiblo enough to know that his days for arduous toll for alert attention to dollcato and dIOloult diplomatic questions has passed Ho is contont to permit others to do the hard work Ha realizes that there la moro to bo done in the stato department than any ono man could possibly do and he Is not worrying booauso thoro nro other and younger men at hand to do it Mr Shor Â¬ man is a good deal of a philosopher Mr Sherman attendvcablnot meetings and tho affairs of tho state department aro talked ovor at tho council board His fol Â¬ low mombors of the oablnot do not notlco that there is anything wrong with his In Â¬ tellectuals asido from nforgetfulness whloli is common to most men of advanced ago Mr Shorman has juat pnssod his seventy fourth birthday and while that Is not a groat ago it must bo rcmombcred that tho secretary of stato has performed prodigies of mental toll during bis long and most distinguished career As con- Â¬ gressman senator cabinet offlocr and can- Â¬ didate for tho presidonoy he has passed through an ordeal well calculated to break down tho retentive powers of the strongest wind Mr Shorman forgots names and faocs dates incidents occurrences Hut when ho ooncontratcs his mind upon prin ciples ho is still a wiso and strong coun selor He has all his life had tho habit of thinking In tho abstract Login always came easier and more natural to hint than a marshaling of faots As ho grows older this bent of bis inlnd Intensifies Soma amusing stories n part of tbein true and n part of them imaginary are told of Mr Sborinana forgotfulness A laps of Memory I am assured that when tho rcoont pub- llcatlons concerning tho seal correspond cncowlth Oroat Britain camoout in tho newspapers Mr Sherman sent for a stato department official and wanted to know what all this was about Had thero been any such correspondenee with Great Brit alnf Were tho nowspapors correot In tholr characterisation of it Tho ofilolal stood aghast for ho bad himself talked that matter all over with tho sooretary only a few months before Tho seoretary had read tho oorrwpondenco in quostlon and had signed his- name to it As soon os he had been dellcatoly reminded of theso foots Mr Sherman recalled tho whole affair and when ho had recalled it he talked of it In a jnQstltiteroatlng nnd comprehonslvo way His mind easily brought to view all tho principles Involved Tha foreign embassadors and ministers well understand the naturo of the caso They make tholr formal calls upon Mr All their minor matters they Sherman oall to his attention but they do not truit Thoy talk a lit Â¬ to oral communications tle about the matter in hand and then subIt is only In mit written memoranda Mils way that they Aro able to bo sure of actios Tho momonnda are turned over to the regular bureau of the department If tho matters and results are obtained wee M t to Score tary Sherman thoy would probably be forgotten tho next minute Tk Virtual Secretary of State Whenever tho foreign ministers havn matters of real importance to doal with at site etae department and conferences are Mi unary in addition to the submission of thoy call on written communications Judge Day In suoh cases the slight slen ser Ohio judgo who has for so many years been thd Intimate friend and confidant of President McKlnlcy is virtually secretary ef Mate Whoa tho president wishes an Important case taken up at tho stato tie paatwent he sends for Judgo Day Mr Sherman is well aware that work vafcfeh would ordinarily fall to bis hand is Maf attended to by others but he is not or rrltablo about It at all Ho ia ia faat remarkably cheerful and con touted He know M every ono knows that will take a fair view of tho case that Weatwy Bherman is filling a post la which Is o servioe to the country in hi owa way and that there is plenty of room tar ushers aad the work and ambitious of iMfcsrs n that great department which ia becoming wore and wore liupor fsy tostt M ny rate every one hooora Mr phuman for bis high character ata greet tmbliq aetata la the pa bU waned a ievaakM 19 the eouatry and it U rtWHah t wikJeWtof Ik Mrnltlw waist taessnoM mm him In bis old aft Mr mod ok health r -hflarmaiia w tataa aeuveeu la still is lively aud aiaaaMua Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in contact with a live wlro whllo at the top of a pole and foil to tho sldowalk and is soriously injured William St Clair of Columbus O hanged hlmsolf in tho basetnont of Homy Wucbors saloon Ho first tried to cut Do his throat but was unsuccessful mestic troublo was tho cause The outlre family of Henry Hoavlln a farmer living seven miles cast of Donnl son O was bound aud gagged by masked burglars late at night who proceeded to rnnsack the house from garrot to collar Â¬ came 0a 1 Tho robbors secured but 118 In money and an old revolver for tbolr trouble Willie Carroll an orphan boy aged IS who wa unmercifully whipped by Wil- Â¬ liam Welch and William Thompson in Bland oountv Va has since died By request of the coroner an autopsy was held and the physician found evidences that Carrolls death was oausod by cruol treatment Over 1000 Chayonno and Arapahoe In dians are holding a grand council and dance at Darlington O T domandlng that tho recent anti bigamy law bo not enforced against thorn Tholr sosslons aro In secret Thoy refuso to oboy tho orders of the ngont and thoro Is fears of sorlous troublo Â¬ ing W D Burton a Norfolk nnd Wostern day telegraph operator at Gray W Va was drownod In Tug rlvor whllo bathing Gcorgo Golden aged 00 years an old soldier was struck by tho soutbound pas senger train No 4 on the Pennsylvania road at Jefforsonvllle Ind and fatally injured o furmor Arthur Tuggle 48 a of Trigg county Ky was struck and In Â¬ stantly killed by lightning whllo at work in a field Two of his sons who were in tho field with him were badly shocked Mrs Ann Anderson wife of George Anderson of Amelia O had just left tho poatofllco whoa she was Btruuk by light ning and Instantly klllod All the clothes were torn from bar body She wns the wife of a promlnont farmer A S Fcasel a young farmer residing west of Tiffin O slid from n load of bay and alighted upon tho haudlo of a pitch- Â¬ fork which penotrated his body passed through his bladder and into the ubdo inon 13 inches Ho lived but a few hours son of Shorman Doran of The Cromors O caught his head in a fonco at their homo and before ho was released swine attacked him tore his clothing and lacerated his body In its fright tho child turned until Its nenk was dlalooatod and death followed before its mother reached Â¬ well-to-dÂ¬ Â¬ Crimes nnd Casualties Gld Dallor aged 13 was drowned In the Ohio river at luducah Ky whllo bath- Â¬ It Misses Mary and Rattle Pntorson ngod respoctlvoly daughter of William Patorson of Bellalro O were drowned at Pinch Run just below that city Thoy wore playing In the Ohio river and got beyond tholr depth Tho body of ono of tho girls was rccovorod but not tho other Deaths Andrew E Shiytho tho promotor of ths Uulvorsal Gas compuny cf Chicago is deud aftor a three weeks illness Gotfrled EUman aged 60 win found dead in his hay field near Keudallvllle Ind Murdor is tho theory advanced Hon Sir Patrick Alfred JonnlngJ K C M G h L D mombor of tho legislative council of Now South Wales Is dead in Sydney aged 60 years John E Davidson third vloo prasldont of tho Pennsylvania company controlling and operating tho Ponnsylvanlallnes west of Pittsburg died nt tho Hotel Lin ooln in Pittsburg at noon Sunday from the effects of an operation porformed last Thursday for appendicitis The deceased was 69 years of age and had boon omneot ed with thu Pennsylvania system for moro than 80 years 7 nnd 5 years Â¬ Fires Tho First Methodist church of New Ito cholle N Y was destroyed by fire It was more than J CO yoarsold and tho old Â¬ est church in Westchester county The Boyor companys world famed chemical works at Elberfold Gonna y one of tho largost Gorman oxportors to tho United States have been partially de stroyed by fire All tho goods were burned and the damn go done Is estimated at 60000 marks Â¬ PRrGliTSYy6LdflE3 founder of Xenla Soldiers Orphans Home laues Away at Oakland Cat Elyhu O July 13 Word received here from Oakland Qui nnnouncoa tho death of Dr L D Griawold formerly a prominent citizen of this county and stato Tho doctor came to Ohio in 1880 In 1830 ho was auditor of Lorain conn ty From 1805 to 1809 ho sorvod in tho state senate During the vrar ho was a iurgoon In the One Hnudrod and Third Ohio aud had ohargo of tho hospitnl Ho offered in 1808 a resolution establishing the girls reform and industrial home After the close of tho rebellion Dr Griswold succeeded in establishing the home for soldiers orphans located at Xenia O Ho was tho first inporintondent of that institution News and Notes etoi get rr American Agriculturists special crop report shows u loss in tho wiutor wheat area but a 30 per cent guiu iu spring wheat sowing Earlier weather foroensts aro among tho probabilities in tho service of the United States weather bureau From nil accounts American apples Lava found a placo lu Australian mar- Â¬ kets whllo Amoricou poaches find favor iu Italy Joseph Harris sowed turnips with a wheat drill in rows 28 Inchon apart The largoit present opening for tho anion of tho cultural and mecliauical is in beet aagar production Keep kaiuit away ftow Manure that is wwked ovr by hogs or poaitry Farm JourwsJ adviss a trial of oah huge ia Missing eoTH hJlh iw Cm4 Nsw by tk YostK Jttly KtIsHe KttU Ml4irthe QssMwd by la vjm yea 48 OUtset htsU WiUUm WW old 4 guard ou ths Third it IMOtUVWa -- years J rtj N 4MTUM NHH Waits Wkluu Mat saioida va4 niinnd pewnatttod to a bestaa tswdf ay stasMaUsT WiaaaU Ax 1st frovloun to adjourn Â¬ ment a telegram was received from President Simon Itarns who is in Washington pledging tho financial and moral support of tho Wiudowglass Workers association Judgo Selwyn N Owen of Columbus On Either Side in tha Great Wage Jamot Bishop of Columbus an ft TTon Struggle of Coal Mlnbrs John Littlo of Xenia O mombors of tho Ohio stato board of arbitration aud L P McCormack aud D Frank Schmid of Indianapolis members of tho Indiana ARE CONFIDENT OF VICTORY labor commission arrived in tho city yesterday evening Tho members of tho Illinois board of arbitration and tho statistical bureau of Pennsylvania aro De The Result of the Strike Now expected hero today Tho board will meet in joint conference nnd after ponds Upon the Action of the hearing both side will oiuleiior to se cure an nmicnblo settlement of tho West Virginia Miners differences between the miners and operators Tho strikers at tho mines of tho PittsMORE MEN JOIN THE STRIKERS burg and Chicago Gas C01l company wore greatly oxcited yesterday over a report that Owen Crotnowas in that re18 Tho second week gion and that an attempt would bo Pittsduko July of tho coal miners strlko has begun and mado to resume work with imported already it gives promise of being one of men Secretary Warner of tho United Mino Workers said tht tho greatest wugo struggles in tho his- douo thoro would likely 1 if thii was troublo tory of this country Ten days ago tho ho feared there would bo a9 lynching and coal operators in this district and the Tho only news from tho West Vir Â¬ miners themselves little dreamed that ginia field received hero was that tho within one short week suoh nu era of Bcchwood initios 12 miles south of general suspension could bo wrought as Morgantown had started up full and now exists In tho bituminous mining were advertising for 100 moro men Then tho mouth of tho Industry MINER3DESTITUTE many coal tipples that dot tho Motion Allegheny nnd Gravo State or Affairs KxIstluR In the Jet gaholn Youghioghony llco lenncssee District Peters Creek valleys and tho valloys of A special to CiiATTANOOOA July 12 Toms nnd Millors Run wero open and turning out thousands and thousands of Tho Times from Jollico Tonn says tons of tho best coal that enters into the that there is great destitution among competitive markets of tho world Now tho minors in that region many of all is changed Tho vast caverns are them having large families and not llko so many gravoynrds On the hill knowing whero tho next meal is coming Bides busking in tho shade thero is an from Somo of tho miners havo gar army of 18000 unemployed who are dens and thoy havo beeu nblo to make anxiously waiting for moro to join tho tho truck raised on theso to do them for troops of idlers On uoarly every railtho absoluto necosslticsy road track leading to tho mines thoro sent Rolicf committees empty cars apparently anxious to abroad to got help have recently stand returned and bo loaded that their burdens may bo reported that thoy had mot with poor carried to the ports along tho lakes success Committees aro to bo sent to Tho success that has attended the in tho hopo east movemont has greatly elated the miners tho aid Tennessee districts it is so badly may bo had whilp that nnd during tho next few days every needed The minors and oporators effort will bo made to bring out the have had no meetings sinco May and men iu tho fow mines that aro still thero does not seem to bo tho slightest working This will bo a difficult task prospect for an amicublu adjustment of but thoy express coufidenco in thoir the wago question ability to mako the suspension complete More lllluols Miners Quit Work before tho weok is 48 hoars old From the best information obtainable SraiNOFinLD Ills July 12 This tho Pittsburg operators aro in no hurry morning 1600 miners who havo been So working iu tho Springflold district re tho difficulty adjusted to havo many of them had stocks on railroad fused to return to work This action sidings which thoy hold for nn advance was decided upon yesterday afternoon Much of this was dlsposod of Saturday nt a delegate mcetiug hold threo miles at a good profit Ono prominont oper- from tho city attended by over 100 ator said that it would tako another 500 other mino workers week to determino tho exact stato of delegates and the markot and by that time a general Only threo mines in tho district wero cleaning up will havo taken placo All nnt roDrescnted Nonunion Mcu Will Not Work intorosted will bo ready to begin busi ness on a new basis und probably at a Massillov 0 July 12 Tho mass higher price meeting of miners hold nt Dillonvalo This whole thing will result in a for tho purposo of inducing tho Wheelcompromise said another prominent ing and Lako Erio miners thero to join operator The operators aro in a posi tho union failed Tho men refused to tion to stand it for somo timo and I be join Thoy will not liowovor resumo liovo the minors are in about tho same work becanso of fear of tho union men condition It looks as if business will it is said Severn prominent olllcors of brighten up and iu that ovent tho tho union wero proseut at tho meeting operators will be able to got hotter JULY CROP REPORT pricos aud tho condition of business id tho condition of tho miner will bo lleturns Made to tho Department of Agri Â¬ simultaneously improved culture at Washington Just now the greatest obstacle in tho Washington July 12 Tho July re- Â¬ way of buccoss of tho miner is tho activ-Â¬ ity of tho diggers in tho West Virginia turns to the statistician of tho dopart Â¬ flolds Thoy are working night and mont of agriculturo indicate the follow- Â¬ day and aro getting ready to supply all ing average- conditions Corn 829 tho coal that is needed They are re- winter wheat 812 j spring wheat 012 peating what they did three years ago combined spring and winter wheat when a general suspension was de- 840 oats 875 winter ryo 05 spriug clared At that time there wero a num ber of operators in tho Mountain stato rye 00 barley 855 tobacco 785 Irish potatoes 878 that wero on the vergo of bankruptcy Tho report 011 tho acreage of corn Tho general suspension was declared is and there camo a great demand for coal which per preliminary shows a decreuse cent as of 1 2 at prices that insured a big profit The of last year This compared with that represents a decreaso operators rallied around them a largo Illinois number of men whoso friendship and of nbout 1000000 acres Toxas and Misono support they have encouraged ovor souri Kansas Nebraska or two less important corn einco Tho operators profited by thou Â¬ states showing an increasedproducing acreage sands and thousands of dollars When tho the season had finished and tho striko but this isinmoro than off set byKenIowa Indiana Ohio wns declared a failure thoy balanced shrinkage Tho other tucky their books and found things on the avcragoTonncsso aud corn is states 820 or only condition of propor sido of thoir ledgors They real Â¬ ized that they owed much of their profit 05 points lower than m July of last to their miners and rewarded them for year Tho it On every succeeding payday tho Ohio principal averages aro as follows Indiana faithful miners wero paid bonuses in Illinois 70 82 Michigan 7580 Missouri 83 02 Iowa tho shape of gold pieces and naturally Nebraska 82 tho best of fooling provails among tho Kansas 00 00 Kentucky 87Texas 101 Tennessoo the employers and employes Tho condition of winter wheat 812 This is tho condition of affairs tho organizers that will go into the Wost Is 27 points higher than last mouth Virginia district this wook will havo to and 6U points higher than in July of encounter It is argued by the miners last year that of spring wheat 013 that thoro are moro men out in that is 10 points higher than last mouth of last soction than there wero throe years but 21 points lower than iu July spring ago and they oxprcss tho greatest con- year Tho average condition of fidence in bringing them out if thoy and winter wheat combined 840 is 15 can get their ears This failing tho points higher than that of the correrailroad organizations will bo appealed sponding period last year Tho percentage of tho wheat crop of to This plan of campaign has been outlinod by the national officers and 1800 reported as ou hand on July 1 avcrago condition of tho developments of tho week will be 1807 is 540 Tho compares very unfa tho oat crop 876 watched with interest 1800 Tho miners officials say that tho suc vorably with that of July per but is 1 cout less cess of tho movements depends on the only a small fraction of action of tho West Virginia miners than tho avorago July condition for the 10 years Tho avcrago condition of Thoy arguo that so many men in the last 05 than Pittsburg district who were not affiliat- winter rye lost is 112 points higherBpring yoar but that of ed with their organization sacrificed in July of it was thousands of dollars and joined the ryo 00 is 80 points lower than barloy at that timo Tho condition of movement Thoy will toll the Mountain state diggers of tho success in this is improving having advauced 11 point is now slightly district and every effort will bo mado during tho month aud last year Tho bettor than at this time to havo them join Thero aro a number of operators in tobacco acreage shows a falling off of the Pittsburg district who havo ex- - over 20 per cent as compared with last a wiilingnoBS to pay the prico year and the condition 785 is loss by omanded But tho miners havo said 13 points than that of July Thero is a deolino iu the acreago of nay They will insist that a majority of the operators in the district pay the Irish potatoes of 84 as compared with 69 cent rato or nono This is the ulti that of last year Tho shrinkago is the only state matum of the national officials from general Nebraska is acreago devoted whioh thero is uo appeal It is known with any considerable an increase In to this crop that shows that somo of the miner officials would point of condition also the crop at tills bo glad to lot all tho operators paying tho C9 cout rato oporato their mines timo compares unfavorably with that of but can not owing to the decision of last year tho figuring being 878 aud tho national officers who desiro to havo 000 respectively Tho wool report indicates that 58 all tho surplus coal taken from tho pound is tho averago wolght por flecco market At a mooting of tho United Labor as compared with 67 last year and 60 league of western Pennsylvania last in 1805 ThoKuropeau agent of tho dopartnight 63 out of 73 labor organizations mont reports that the weather during Resolutions were were represented unanimously adoptod pledging finan- Â¬ Juno was generally favorable to growcial and moral support to tho miners ing crops except iu Russia and parts of and calling upon all tho trades unions Germany and Italy but tho wheat crop iu Great iu westorn Pennsylvania to aid and will bo bolow the average Hungary assist ia every possible manner in fur Britain Franco and Austria from thering tho interests of tho strikers A consular report good Winnipeg Man wheat W II Carney vico presidoutof the itoba indicates ou an crops of acreage increased Amalgamated association aud Roy oats and barley in that province Winston Green the colored preacher Tho July returns for cotton to the deÂ¬ minor were appointed organizers and ordered to begin work at ones Six partment of agriculturo indicate an av Â¬ more orjanlzen will be Appointed this erago condition of 800 as cornered Juno an increase of 26 week Messrs Carney aud Green will with 835 in average condition July 1 totals Tho hoW a meeting at Fayette City tonight M wm 935 The averages of the and tomorrow will have charge 0 a meeting of tniuant and their wives at ttateii am as follows Virciitlaf 87 North Carolina 00 Gaatortvitt It is propod to intoreat Georgi 86 Um m well as iho wan iu this South Caroliua 86 6 LtmiaiaM J Flor 80 Ida 0 Alabama inorassuMt Artaaaaa W Tennea a 80 Th UsM ftlao decided toaattdoata Tea 81 15 r OHEhonut 8S Miaaassappl troular to all trades tuiaooa relocating Miaaovrl aj lmaaadiaU ssssnwaat for the baoe-- 81 and Indian Territory M NO CONCESSIONS nt or rno miners FIFTY PER DAY Averago Death Rato of Spanish Soltllora In Matanzao Â¬ Â¬ oclock yesterday aftornoon Tho sena tor had been growing constantly weaker for several days post tho intcuso sum Â¬ mer heat which has provailcd greatly ANOTHER AMERICAN CITIZEN debilitating him nnd no doubt hasten ing his end Thero wero times when ho would rally slightly which gavo his Files a Claim for Damagos to Por family hopes that ho would bo able to regain strongth sufficient to bo removed son and Property to tho Ex- Â¬ from tho city but his vitality had bo como too much exhausted to withstand tent of 140000 the strain Yesterday morning tho sen Â¬ ator rovived somowhat but only tempoho sank INSURGENT LEADER KILLED rarily During tho afternoon rapidly and passod away peacefully Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wabiiinotos July 0 Senator Ishara Hams of Tennessoo died at his residence hero a fow minutes boforo 5 G Â¬ 6ENATOR 13HAM G HARfilS DEAD Ills Last Ilonn Peacefully Passed Away at Ills Woshlnston Residence flOYAl toVKlNG POWDER Absolutely Pure CO 1 Â¬ Â¬ Nrw Yonu July 12 A dispatch to Major Tho Herald from Havana Rays General Pedro Diaz has assumed command of tho insurgent forces iu Iinnr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Celebrated for its great leavening strength and hpalthfulnes Assures the food aealrst alum and all forms of adulteration dommon to the cheap brands ROYAL BAKING POWDER NKW YORK Â¬ Â¬ del Rio province Tho rebel army iu this proviuoo is being thoroughly reorganized and put in lighting trim to cooperate with tho eastern army if the latter succeeds in reaching Havana province Tho Spaniards havo destroyed a num- Â¬ ber of small forts becauso they can not sparo mou to garrison them Over 700 sick nnd wounded men have been sont on to Havana In Matanzas town thero aro over 5000 conceutrados of which over 50 dio overy day Tho Spanish troops have been ordered not to eat mangos but thoy disobey tho order becauso thoy havo nothing elso to cat Mango aggravates fovrr During tho last 10 days ovor COO soldiers were taken to tho hospital thero Tho Spanish mail stcamors leaving Havana Saturday carried 1000 sick sol- Â¬ diers many of whom will dio on the way homo Eleven thousand siok sol diers have been scut to Spain sinco Â¬ Â¬ WASTING WIND And Incidentally tho Pocket Change WERE GETTING Peoples AND WEARY Waiting 6ENATOH 1IAKIU3 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wou I Thero wero present at his bedsido when death came his boh Mr Edward K Harris and tho hitters wifo Repre- Â¬ sentative Benton McMillan of Tennes see Miss Polk a friend from his nativo Btatc and tho members of tho household 1 Jan whero tho senator has lived for somo filed a timo Another son Charles II Harris Another Amoricau citizen has imprisonment and dam claim for fulo had left tho houso a short whilo beforo ages with tho consul general Jose death camo Another son James E Gonzales for 30 years a resident of Harris residing in Tennessee is expectPhiladelphia claims 0000 for being ed to arrive in tho city beforo night and kept iu prison for five mouths aud 110 a fourth sou Isham G Harris Jr is 000 for damages to property now on his fathers ranch and stock A local paper published chiefly 111 tho farm nt Abileuo Tex and probably interest of tho merchants in Havana will meet tho funeral tiain when it makes a savago attack upon Dr Brun reaches Memphis whero tho interment nor tho acting sanitary inspector ap will bo made pointed by tho United States governSenator Harris was last in tho senate ment because lie has reported that tho chamber about 10 days ago but ho was importation of sugar from cetain ware unablo to Btay for any length of timo houses hero might bo responsible for an and had to bo taken homo in a carriage outbreak of yellow fever or smallpox During tho last six mouths tho senator in tho UuitQd States Iu an interview had been ablo to attend to his duties had with him Dr Brunnor stated that only nt intervals having bcon away his reason for making tho report was from tho city Boveral timos endeavoring that tho sugar was shipped from ware Â¬ to rocupernto houses that had been ued as hospitals Probably no man iu public lifo has for fever and smallpox patients Tho been identified with moro of tho history soldiers iu many instances utilized the of this country than had Senator Harsugar Backs for beds and ho considered ris Ho had uhnobt completed his 70th it unsafe to havo sugar sacked and year having been born in February 1818 and first becamo a mouibor of conshipped iu these samo backs gress in 1840 His congressional career CENSORSHIP NEWS thus began earlior than that of any memIusureeuts lu Trinidad Iteportcd to Uo In ber of either houso antedating Senators Morrill and Sherman by soven years Destitute Circumstances A Grow now a Havana July 12 Ropoits prcsonted and Honof Galusha from Pennsylva tho houso member by Enrique Gomes to tho authorities nia by ono year governor of Trinidad say that tho reb Mr Harris had when ho was elected els there are in a sorious poiition owing to tho national houso of representatives to tho great scarcity of supplies of all already become a man of state reputation in Tennesseo having tho year pre kinds A committee of tho local autonomists viously served as a presidential elector anu two years of Saiicti Spiritus recently visited Cap- on tno Domocratio ticiset momber of the a beforo boon tain General Woyler and presented to legislature of elected stato tho him an addicss in which thoy declared Mr Harris represented tho Ninth that tho autonomists always havo supTennessee district iu congress for two ported and will iu tho future support terms onding in 1853 when ho declined tho govorumeut and its representatives a reuomiiiation Ho then moved to Tho address congratulates tho captain Memphis whero he has sinco resided gouoral upon his maintaining a position Hero ho was engaged in tho practico of of neutrality with rogard to political law until 1857 with the interruption parties and declares that moro than necessary to allow him to become a afiy other governor has ho maintained presidential elector iu 18D0 Ho was this position Tho address adds that threo times in succession beforo tho not 0110 of tho local autonomists has war beginning iu 1857 elected govjoined tho revolutionists ernor of his Btato and was serving iu General Woyler thanked tho comthat capacity when tho war broke out mittee and promised that ho would not Ho took a pronounced stnnd for the abandon his polioy of neutrality southern Confederacy and was known Nows received in Havana from a pri as one of tho southern war governors vato source says it is believed that tho Tho vicissitudes of conflict rendered a insurgent leador Quintiu Uaudcras frequent chango of residence nocessary was killed on Monday last and ho was often with tho army in the field Ho attached himself at different MEN BLOWN TO ATOMS times to tho staffs of Generals Albert Sidney Johnston Joseph E Johnston A Gang of Workmen Annihilated by a Beaureguard and Bragg Albort Sid Dynamite llomb noy Johnston fell from his horso into Lexisoton Ky July 10 Whllo a Senator Harris arms when ho received gang of workmen were excavating on his death wound Aftor Leos surrender Mr Harris was tho lino of street railway ono of them struck what appeared to be a pioco of ono of a small party of political refu gees who escaped to Mexico going pipo but whioh proved to be a dyna across the country on horseback ParA foarful explosion mito cartridge son Brownlow who had becomo tha followed and fh oof the six negroes in military governor of Tennesssoe offered gaug wero blown to atoms tho a largo reward in a characteristically Joo Collins John worded poster for the capture of his The dead aro Washington Sam Truby Georgo Rose predecessor but tho latter remained ab and Will Thomas bent fiom the country until his roturn Tho other workman Gate Hutchinwas safe He remained in Mexico for son was so badly injured that ho can several months going thonco to Eng not recover land whero ho resided until 1807 Rolla Hart tho young sou of Stato when ho roturned to Memphis and re Senator Rolla Hart of Fleming county sumed his practico of thu law who was riding by on a bicycle at tho Mr Harris was allowed to follow the timo of the oxploslou was badly injured pursuits of tho privato citizen until He may die elected to the 1877 when ho wus Tho police are iuclincd to think tho United States sonate defeating Hon dynauuto was placed there by somo Ij L Hawkins Republican Ila has miscreant who had a grudge against remained a member of tho sonato ovor tho street car company and others since and would havo completed his think it was left there by men on tho iiOth cousecntive yo ir in that body on Oiuciuuati Southern railway somo years thu 4th of next March if ho had lived to ago wlieu they wero making excavathut dato Ho hud been four times tions for that road iu tho same noigh elected to the senate tho last timo iu boihood Windows in tho neighbor- Â¬ 1805 nnd his term would not havo ex hood were broken and sovoral buildings pirod until 1001 were slightly damaged Senator Harris had reocivod almost all tho honors that tho bonato could bo stow He was tho prosldcnt pro tout ANOTHER TIE UP poro duriug tho Fifty thlrd congress a Iron anil Steel Sheet Scale Conference leading member of tho committees ou Falls to Acre on Hates finauco and rules and also of tho Domosoale cratio advisory or steering committee Prrrsuuua July 10 The Joint conference of iron and steel sheet man- Â¬ Ho has long boon awarded by common consent tho front placo ou both Bides of ufacturers nnd the Amalgamated assoquestions ciation which has been iu session here tho chamber in parliamentary boon more ho had two days was unablo to agree aud u and in recent years expounding these for frequently heard iu filial adjournment without n settlement questions than in tho elucidation of was takon at 1280 oclock yestorday other subjects He was possessed of a afternoon No dato was fixed for an very positive manner aud novor failed to throw into his statements concorniiiB othor meeting Tho conferees Hgrecd upon overy parliamentary practico tho fullest forco His language point but 0110 Tho Amalgamated assoot which ho was capable ciation declined to concede 10 per cent on theto andothor occasions was gener Â¬ lighter ally so uncompromising that he was re Â¬ for rolling steel pf 22 gauge and garded by thoso who know him not as a over tho prico for rolling iron Tho dis agrconiont will affect 85000 men and man of littlo feeling That however cause nu indefinite suspension of work this w u uot truo and that the contrary iu all of tho steel shoot mills of tho wus trot 110110 aro now bo willing to tes Â¬ tify as his opponents iu tho sonato who coQiitry unite iu attributing to him a warm fhVriffht For uo heart ra well as a just apirit and bril Â¬ Pan Fkaxckco July 9 Ih ordor to liant miad wrtj am m Aght toe life tl parent Motel HUre ef Theedow Dwaat wlM place hte pho GRAno k W V- - July 18 KqrrtpW o asUav Tk ptottgntptw wM tkow Paiut ill prieosi gaffe t his SUcer hotel at Frartbturf was m Art daily eaevoaH withlu tha wafyi of Satt last Blent Mid bunted to tha aataM at 18500 daruas Qttentia Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to Try Our New Tariff Remedy for Business Insomnia ON LIVING HOPE AND CREDIT Washington July 19 The confer- Â¬ ees on the tariff bill held a four hour session yesterday The anxiety to reach a complcto agreement as early as possi ble induced them to meet on tho Bab bath aud both tho houso and sonata Â¬ conferees appear satisfied with tho progress that has been mado Several hun drcd minor amendments havo been agreed upon many of them mere changes of phraseology and on a largo majority of theso tho houBO conferees naturally have yielded Nouo of the real important probloms in the bill however havo as yet been solved All of them havo received more or less consideration and there has beeu a free exchange of opinions The torn- or and disposition of tho sonato and E ouso conferees on these important mat- Â¬ ters havo in this way been ascertained In several coses the conferees ore very Both sides so closa to au agrsoment ouo of tho conferees said show ft com mondable spirit of conciliation and whilo iu soveral instances each side sooms to bo holding out strongly for its contention as to rates he said there had not yet appeared ou tho horizon any Â¬ thing which portended suoh difficulty as would uot iu timo bo surmounted There is tho best of reasons for bellov ing that soveral of tho main points of contention will bo compromised This is especially behoved to be truo of lum- Â¬ ber hides nnd wool and possibly sugar though on tho latter the houso confer- Â¬ ees aro standing particularly firm for their schedules On tho subject of reciprocity tho drift of opinion bcems to bo in tho drift of the sonato substitute with certain nf tho houso provisions that is thuc tho list of articles which oan bo used as a basis for reciprocity treaties will bo broadenod but that the sonato pro- Â¬ vision requiring the ratification of tho treaties will bo discarded Several of tho eminent lawyers in both branches of congress question the constitution- Â¬ ality of the power conferred upon the president by tho senato preciproclty Â¬ provision The stamp tax on bonds and stocks provided for in ono of the senato amendments has not yet been accopted Tho revouuo afforded by it furnishos a strong argument for its acceptance in viow of the heavy anticipatory importations and thero is talk of widening its bcopo so as not only to include a tax on actual transfers but on all recorded sales This necessity of revenue also furnishes a strong argument for tho restoration of tho house rates on im- Â¬ ported tobacco It is inipossiblo to estimate yet when a final settlement will be reached and although various dates aro given as to tho length of timo the bill will remain in conference ono of tho most influen Â¬ tial of tho confercos said that all esti- Â¬ mates wero necossarily puro guesswork When tho report is completed it will at onco go to tho houso whore it is not likely that more than one day will bo allowed for debate The anxiety to get tho bill ou tho statute book aud tho great loss of revenue involvod in each 24 hours delay it is argued justifies tho Republican manngors iu dcolinlng to give moro than a singlo day for dis- Â¬ Â¬ cussion TURKEY WILL NOT YIELD The Sultan Defies the lourers la Their En Â¬ deavors Tor Tcaee July 12 Quooa Emperor William Emperor Nicholas Prcsideut Fauro aud King Humbert havo replied to the telegrams received by them front tho sultan and all give advice similar to that seat by Emperor Emperor Francis Joseph William says in substauoe that he re grots his lucMlity to dlssociato himself from the views held by the other powers Replies to the circular of tho Turkish government to tho powers relative to tho frontier quostlon have also boen re-Â¬ ceived by tho embassadors They all doclino to admit the Turkish preten Â¬ Victoria sions Constantinople WJ T The porte has scut another circular to tho powers proposing that in view of tho disturbed condition cxUelng in Orote Turkey send reiufc oetueat to tne island To this the povywe nave also replied endeavoring to diaauada tho porto froti Bach a step This latest proposal ou tajMrt ot tke Turkish irovrnment is fcelew indicate that tho sultan does ncA wWeM to yl la regard to tne ironue MattoaaVJieVuikraW tat tke VJj GotoMMJS Vf M wg e th state 0 July 9vj cutl tMJffcttoual Uaeaocn ttml eommltw wan etavrantlou tome tin ttrtpmaesot pis Itata tkifcet xx 1 10 oidad to ak tho the party to rmtj H yjllJsfjW1 NlM LjMiwwiyivjfryap w r - qEBBBIBy MPHPMH uuAtr t JgHBRff mmmhmm lrW75 --r i Hiiyly HiiiiffiiiWMihaiiriito iiltMiNE patWJP -J-T- - t JK--- - W dfj 7 fJ - iilHBHiB T- - THEX Breckenridge Im B BRKOKKNRIDQR NEWS OIxOYERPORT KY BRANDENBURG Neyitt went to Loulsvlllo last Saturday Miss Annlo Bondurant is In Louis- Â¬ ville for a visit Albert Richardson Is in from Chicago to see his relatives Durelle Falrlolgh of Louisville Is vis Â¬ iting relatives here Miss Opholla Bennett has returned to her home in Louisville Life It I may speak tho riddle is a schemo of Indirections oft times Miss Pearle Hughes New Albany is visiting Mrs Bondurants family OM News L HARDINSBURG H force The flro originated from a spark falling from the kitchen flue on to the roof T0 Blligi Edlton asA FrtprltVri 14 tc W TIME TABLE aoino WEDNESDAY JULY 1897 hit 65 FaiMngar Dally arr llardlniborg- - 7i27 am ADVERTISING RATES AOATX MCAMIRXUkNT flOUO WHT FantDgar Dally arr IIardlmbnrgil pm la fleet an nd Bljlr A Jrt rtlstns bail 13 titer April I J 1J9 Nstlcrt lint 2 6 ctnti per lia t rati rr BISUOUNTS Inwrtlon ISprrtent 31 per cent 5 atlnxriUnl 62 tascrtraw -- Spcctal position is to Pr BOptrtfit f cent intra per line Foreign advertisers and adre tislns ngena will receive estimates promptly by aditiessing our Northern office Ciiaw Nichols Jlgr j rark now New York N Y All adYrtlsments discontinued before con tritct expirca will be charged it tegular card lates Locals with regular neiri heads to to so conts 1 The BreckenrilkieKews years old to day SIX PAGES is twenty one Bon Duncan of llawesville seems to be the favorite with tho Hancock people for County Attorney Just wait until the new road to the Tar Spring1 and Pisgah is completed and you will see a dozen farmers in this town trading to where you seo one now V G Baddaoe is handling assignee He has had 20 ships very successfully years experience in settling estates of this kind and of a similar character From the late utterances of Col Joe Parker the Populist leader he seems to he very much out of sorts with his party Probably Mr Parker has failed iu getting things run in this State just to his notion WiiKN times are hard or appear to be it is every mans duty to keep up and keep at it nothing is to be gained by constantly complaining The opportu- Â¬ nities for mens usefulness are as great now in the business world as they ever were Fresh puro drugs at Witts Tho mill at Clifton is still running Take your country produce to Witts Childrens Day at Gat field next Sun Â¬ day Fine crop of blackberries in this sect- Â¬ ion Tako your produce to the Clifton Mill store Sale at Illley Snyders place next Sat Â¬ urday Only romalns 10 daya Kentucky Pho Â¬ to Company Kontucky Photo Gallery Is opposite tho brick hotel Quit talking so much with your mouth and go to work Mrs Walker of Big Spring is ylsiting Mrs W S Beard Jim Wortham of Leltchfleld has joined the gold bugs Patent medicines of all kinds and at bottom prices at Witts Fresh bread every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday James Hook Fresh bread every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday James Hook Chris Ahl says Parsons new threshing machine is doing fine work Miss Bettio Lawson of Hawesvllle is visiting Miss Maggie Baker Jesso Smith has gone to Louisville to yisit his sister Mrs Wlnebrlnner See the display of elegant work made by tho Kentucky Photo Company Frank Hoswell still thinks of going to Cloverport to open a saddlery shop You cant miss it by haying your work done by the Kentucky Phto Company Prof W F Pate and wife Lebanon Ky were visiting relatives here last week Dr Newsom is an enthusiastic Chair Â¬ man The body over which he has the honor to preside Is quite small but he manifests the same Interest as if he counted tho membership by tho hun Â¬ dreds When all Democrats get to work- Â¬ ing together again if they ever do the doctor will make a good man to work In the lead Dr A M Klncheloe of this city has 7000 applo trees put out on tho old 2000 are Moredock farmanear Garfield bearing this year Several years ago ho bought this farm at public salo at a reas- Â¬ onable figure Ho went to work at once putting it out in fruit trees Ho has had fairly good luck with them In a few years they will make a large yield Most evory fellow Beems to have his weak points for things of this world Leo Meyer loves a fine horse For Juts own use ho wants one that looks as hand Â¬ some as a plcturo and one that will He will step as lightly as a woman hunt the county over for n saddle horso to suit his particular fancy if he doesnt In this respect happen to have him Leo takes somewhat after his father Mr Meyer knows a good horse and us much horseolcgy as any othor man in the county Scons emulsion of Cod liver Oil with HypojShoi phites can be taken as easily in summer as in winter Unlike the plain oil it is palatable and the hypophosphites that are in it aid in digestion and at the same time tone up the system For sickly delicate children and for those whose lungs are affected it is a mistake to leave it off in the summer months The dese may be reduced if necessary We recommend the small size especially for summer use and for children where a smaller dose is reÂ¬ quired It should be kept in a cool place after it is once opened For aala by all druggiati at 500 ASSSV4 BARGAINS AT 4 CLIFTON MILLS Goods at Reduced Pricesfor Cash It heals everything except a broken heart may be said of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Piles and rectal diseases cuts burns bruises tetter eczema and all skin troubles may bo cured by it quickly and permanently Short Haynes EKRON Miss Ada Neafus spent tho past weok with Miss Hattle Warfield Emmett Daugherty leaves this week to accept a position in Owensboro Allen Sanders of Buck Grove was tho guest of J It Dowell Friday night Miss Lillie Bond was tho guest of her sisters here Friday and Saturday night Mrs O II Blanford and little daugh- Â¬ ter left for their home inUniontown last Tuesday Misses Clara Wimp and Lulu Woolfolk spent Sunday night with Miss Hattie Warfield Mr Brown and daughter of Vino Grove wero guests of R S Dowell and wife lost week Mrs Mattle Roberts and son Willie of Louisville aro here for a visit to S M Mrs G L Neafus has been qui to sick at her daughters Mrs Jam6s Ditto Mr Step Richardson is hero from the extreme Weet to see his father and relatives Little Graham McGehee is visiting her sister Mrs Stewart Peckenpaugh of Louisville Mrs Thomas Alexander of Louisville is spending sometime with her son Ed F Alexander Mr aud Mrs T B Falrlolgh have left for Paducah Miss Mabel Hardin has postponed her nip Tho Ladles Aid met with Mrs John Frakes last Monday Mrs Frakes regrets tho non appearance of members and urges more interest Bro Phillip Jenkins preached last Sun Â¬ 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 tlie best Bargains but we still have some left FOR THE LADIES1 fVfaVVkVVfVlVV 31 11 V G BABBAGE Assignee a FUttJlftJXJYJMnrUKMWWUKZvdlotCK5i rrnrJlijrnninlftfnmrH and to Youre Safe With Us Thero are no strings to the guarantees we give you We plainly tell you what to expect from evory purchase and shift all the responsibility from your shoulders to ours We glyo you the fullest measure of protection and satisfy our customers in every instance regardless of money loss Wo want you to look up to this as tho model grocery store and trade hero with tho feeling that youre running no risk This is a store with a past a past that will bear the keenest scrutiny v t k i t hi wf liort an iittli Kii Have your pictures made 0 for 50c Tits National Democrats claim to be a 7oc per dozen Kentucky Photo Com- Â¬ very loyal set qf fellows They say they pany dont want any of tho ofllces but are I am Btill repairing watches clocks wording to get the old party in proper jewelry silverware and spectacles T shape again There isnt anything to 0 Lewis iudicate that they are making much PhotOB 0 for 50c or 76c per dozen headway in this respect Kentucky Photo Company opposite brick hotel The newly appointed U S Marshal Deputy County Clerk Clint Hook has for Kentucky A D James has appointtwo negro deputies We shall not do been dangerously ill with the flux but is ed anything for which to bo called before now improving Thero will be an ice cream supper at the United States Court and our sympa Â¬ thy will be with those who do and will tho court house July 20 for the benefit have to be led up there by a negro dep- of the Baptist church uty marshal While in Louisville last week J II Gardner purchased a new piano for his Ouu wayward brothers the fold Dem- Â¬ two daughters Martha and Isabelle ocrats in this county are to bo com- Â¬ Life is too short to report all tho base mended for one thing They wont fuee ball games that go on around here And we give them credit for being hon Â¬ Dont know nothing about them nohow est and sincere in what they beliee It is astonishing how many fellows But the trouble with them is they think there are drawing a pension Eight dol- Â¬ they are right and those who differ with lars a month rain or shine live or perish them are altogether wrong John Lymans widow was hero the other day trying to sell her farm She Its the unity of localities through the dont like the atmosphere out around medium of good roads that make com- Â¬ Freedom munities prosperous Railroads bring My shop is well equipped for all towns and cities in closer relations They repairs of time keeping machinery facilitate closer commercial relations Every thing done first class Como see They bring the producer and the con- Â¬ me T O Lewis sumer nearer together and stimulate bus There will be an Administrators sale iness Just so with county roads If a out at the Riley Snyder old place next farmer has a good road to travel over he Saturday the 17 Farming implements goes more he produces more and as he household goods etc will be sold makes more he buys more and so it goes The school teachers will all bo here next week In addition to having one The circulating medium most needed or two freo lectures a free bath or two in Breckenridge county is the medium in Spring lako wouldnt hurt em of good county roads And to fully real- Â¬ Amos Skillman writes here from Tex Â¬ ize the want of them a man has to make a tour of the county Let him jump oil as that he is in fine health and feels as of the Hardlnsburg pike on to the dirt young as a boy of 20 He wants to come roads beyond and he sees and feels what back to Kentucky and get married The Clifton store is not closed You a difference there is The wonder is how farmers living a distance ot ten or can get anything there you can find on fifteen miles from railroad statlona have the American continent except panzy We dont keep that the heart to tackle them How they tasartaremghly ever pick up courage to even start to Hard times A man who has an appe- Â¬ market with their produce let alone tite for three meals a day and half a doz- Â¬ get there is a mystery to us Good coun- Â¬ en boys to help him mako a living hasnt ty roads is what we need and must havo any business talking about hard times if we ever hope to bo a prosperous comAn important pieco of work to be trans- Â¬ munity acted in the County Court next Monday will bo to make the necessary orders to CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE have the new road opened from Clover The News was right glad to meet in port to the Tar Springs Louisville last week its old friend Maj The picnics are still going on but the W V McCracken of New York The big Bhow hasnt opened yet It will beÂ¬ Major was spending a few days with his gin about the first of September when brother Mr A M McCracken He John Beeler and GusShellman will then looked hale and hearty and notwithstand- Â¬ make a few Introductory remarks ing his recent financial difficulties lie Robert and Louis Heston gavo a sup- Â¬ was cheerful and full of his old time en- per to few of a their young friends last ergy and push I have never quit Saturday evening Those present wore working he said and am hopeful when Misses Mamie Dellaven Ella Dillon times reyive to get my business in shape Mattle Bettie and Ella Hook Messrs and everything adjusted to the satisfact- Â¬ Ben Hook and Ken Board ion of all This section and especially Asa M Hardin the Populist candi Â¬ dues Breckenridge county owe much to date for County Clerk waa here last Fri Â¬ Maj McCracken It Is to his business foresight and enterprise that we now day eveuirg on his way to the picnic at He got oyer town and chat Â¬ enjoy the superb facilities for intercom- Â¬ McUaniels munication with the outside world He ted several fellows in his own behalf saw and recognized our vast and hidden J II Lennln went down and took in the resoiirccs and came with his millions picnic also Those were scorching hot days we had and spent them In tho spending of these millions some individuals and lost weok Tho fine shade in the court some communities have not been benefit Â¬ house yard was sought after by everbody ted from their own point of view but It waa the opinion of several that Jailer upon the whole the community in gen Â¬ Shellman ought to furnish free Ice water Very This might be an Inducement tocontlnuo eral baa been vastly improved few of us appreciate the benefits we now him another term A representative of the Singer Sewing enjoy over the old way ot travel and No amount ot money Machine Company was here last Satur Â¬ transportation would baa fwluceraeat to return to the day to establish an agency at this place way Aad i la to Men lke Maj Mr J B Busby who Is now in the rev sold more en born of the writ 01 enter- - enue service at Owensboro J progrt a wlia hare woaey and Singer machines at this point several pend It that th country years ago than any agent that ever Zaa iudi strw atA s ju ike tneMi - worked the county imm Mara The summer kitchen In the tear of t ss they a down That Withers residence tobk lira last i U i wUvoiM Wtafjak tmnri tndlra tliA fcattrJay morning about 7 but jr a niarwtaBsj wh WsgHUhaMlbfofe any oclock was TrrTirLZr damage aSTar he Iff t don Wu mnu of fir bewevr 11 rfgaJn nu bucket brigade u tall 4 brought Mttit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wrather and family Cecil Stanley arrived here July 5th With Gods blessing he will reside per- Â¬ manently with his parents Mr and Mrs S J Brown Gene Guedry relumed from Branden- Â¬ burg Friday He was accompanied by Miss Lida Haynes who will spend soy eral days with his mother The heated term of the past few weeks was interrupted in its onward course by a good refreshing rain on Sunday even- Â¬ ing Gardens and crops had begun to show eflects of the dry spell in our vicin- Â¬ ity There will be a lawn fete and ice cream slipper next Saturday night July 17 at Mr Frank day crofts near Ekron for the benefit of the Mt Merino Catholic church Eyeryone is cordially invited to attend and help in a good cause Lulu Woolfolk will return to her home in Brandenburg this week She spent the post week with her cousin Miss Clara Wimp Miss Lulu has a sweet lovable disposition and made many friends during her sojourn here who will be sorry to Bee her leayo Society was on a boom in Ekron the past week Tuesday night the young folks enjoyed a dance at Blant Shack letts Wednesday a social at Mr Jones Thursday night theyBtormed your scribe and amused themselves with music and games and Saturday night they were entertained with a social at Henry Weathers They spent n jolly time at each gathering A Wifes Tribute In loving rememberanco of Beavin Tucker who departed this life Juno 21 1807 aged 70 years and four days He was a man well liked by all who knew him and was ever ready to lend a help Â¬ ing hand to the poor lie whom I toyed 10 well Ii In his lone Ion sleep Yet I try not to lament him For he told me not to weep More dear to htm the grave Than I could ever be For though I go to him He cannot come to me I envy not the grave What yesterday was mine Hut bow my head and say Keep him he Is Thine Written by A Lovmo wire Stephensport KyJulya You may hunt the world over and you will not find another medicine equal to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di Â¬ arrhoea Remedy for bowel complaints It is pleasant aafe and reliable For salo by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman Stophensport GLENDEANE I have yet about one half car load of Masons fruit jars will close them out at SOcts for quarts complete per dozen 70cta for one half gallons completo per dczjn Respectfully Julian II Brown They dont make much fuss about it We are speaking of DeWltta Little Early Risers the famous little pills for conallpatlonblllousne88and all stomach and liver troubles They never gripo Haynes Short Everybody Boy So Cascareta Candy Cathartic M10 moit won- derful medical llacovory of the age plea ant and rofrcahinir to tM t6to act gently and potlUrely on kidneys Uvmt bA bowel ckanalnjr Umj entire yUm dispel cold euro kMdMtte fever kbitiMi coMtlfwttM amy try a box nd bmoiiinoii PI av ig r th-jir-- oruaatostayti w ww yujtTrn f McMt a4 armmm tfetst w4 day morning and evening He will be- Â¬ gin protracted services in the Baptist church horo in August Mr J D Richardson is still quite feeble Ho has been on the sick list for quite a tlmo after being a hale hearty man for a long life time I hear the Meade County team is con- Â¬ templating crossing bata with the Clover-Â¬ port nine The Brandenburg Sports are a little afraid yet awhile Prof T M Hawes stopped over for a day with his Bfster Mrs D W Lewis as ho passed enroute to his home in Louisville from Cloverport Mrs H C Rawlings of Kansas City who came to Kentucky to see her son married has been called home by the ill- Â¬ ness of her daughtor Miss Lucy Tho Epworth League will hold a liter- Â¬ ary and musical purely devotional meet- Â¬ ing next Sunday at 3 p m The mem- Â¬ bers have mightily fallen off Lots have a renewal Preston Grinnell has gone to Chicago to clerk for Ben F Richardson Pres held the same position two years ago and is glad to return to his old position and the Windy City Prof A O Burton made an address beforo the Teachers Association in Bow- Â¬ ling Green which was most enthusiastic- Â¬ ally received and which waa pronourced one of the very best delivered I pity the teachers in rural districts if the school fund should bo reduced by a court decision They receive little enough and the schools will all be crippled if it is decided that a refunding is in order Oh yes Mr Editor I forgot to thank you for that nice recognition in your editorials on tho My Wife theme I do like a man who ever and always places and keeps woman on a high pedes-Â¬ tal especially his wife Little Mary Alexander is quite ill Her aunt Miss Nannlo Alexander a professional nurse from Louisville is in attendance Dr Wells pronounced her better to day and we all hope she may soon be her bright winsome self Harvey Ditto Will McGehee and Boss McGehee are tho dearest boys aint thoy girls You are afraid to say so thats all They all have nico bug gies and good horses and they take old young ladies to church on hot Sundays I am ever glad to know ray friends like to read the News and especially this column I am delighted to hear tho packet line is not an exception How ever Capt Ryan understands how to run PATESVILLE a joko equally as well as he does a steam Â¬ boat Fred Jarboe is quite sick with flux Fanny Pusey Phillips and Beall Grin Â¬ James Lynch went to Glendeane nell spent Sunday with Miss Eleanor B and Joe Hendrick They formed a party Sunday to Sulphur Well for supper and ou here F W Haynes wont to Cloverport to church Mrs Hendrlcks home Kings Monday Rest is a delightful rest indeed To Dr Watklns Cloverport waa in town be there means a good time yesterday Mlsa Edith Ostrander a neice of Mrs Prof F W Haynes came down from Blanche Fontaine has come to make her Harned Friday homo with Mrs Fontaine who has had E F Marlow went to Whitesvillo her younger sister Blanche for several Monday on business years or since her mothers death There There has been three deaths near this is no higher mission than to faithfully fill the place of mother to motherless place in the last week Mrs W H Kyler who has been ill children and God will surely reward for several days Is improving And so our young friend Miss LaFay Dr R W Fryraire who has boen very etto Lalleist is to take up tho old song that poets ever chanteth and oi which sick for sometime is improving the world is never weary Soul is a Messrs William Lynch and Charles moon Love Is its loveliest phrase I Boling went to Ubadam Sunday congratulate my talented young friend We believe that Miss Jennie Patter Â¬ and her intended Love is a rosy cloud son will bo our next County Superin Â¬ in the morning of life and makes our tendent natures more fruitful in what Is excel- Â¬ Mrs Helen Compton has been quite lent and amiable sick for Eoveral days but Is somo better Mr W D Ashcraft our popular school at this writing Superintendent has returned from the Miss Mattle Young of Floral who has Teachers Convention at Bowling Green been visiting Miss Maudu Marlow Mammoth Cave and Centennial City returned home Saturday He says be is proud of the record he Messrs T W Harman E F Gabbert made In accomplishing to much and the sight Beeing he did in such a abort space and A B Philips returned homo Sun Â¬ day from a tour through Indiana of time and he promised me statistics Mr and Mrs P M Rlgdon who have in a most lucid and comprehensive man Â¬ been visiting relatives at this place ner but pressing business forbade Every one from here who hag been to returned to their home In Owensboro the Centennial s delighted with the ex- Â¬ Saturday Mr and Mrs Irvln Ellington of hibits Am I going Yes I If aerial who have been visiting flights become a fact of the future before Owensboro it closes Such a method of locomotion relatives at this place returned home seems possible aad will bring about tre Â¬ Wednesday mendous social corequece citi will Then U going to be an ice cream sup bo brought much closer together nud pr at thto pUee next Saturday sight will raeau social changM I afehll awlt Kmy obj Is invited the balooa will m the mean of traaeportatloa prefwfiiag ia830p as the third rail to rctrlo roavk it m Vbsw1 Taylor wm atraek by Ugh tawing lntrl net work aWl ltaniir klUai Hswur OwaJMalMaro TheNaU41wflsMUi Ut4r bum Friday HiawsMfaM uttemd 1 tata HatUlUMaTI tkaflMtauTy ami MfaM cob vtUloa hm Utt iftlvrday with Jtulg J F Woolfolk afetkaMB aad 8 J Cr- - taaday Â¬ 1 rlgan secretary indorsed the Indian- Â¬ apolis platform and Clevelands adminis Â¬ tration and opposed any fusion save un- Â¬ der the party devlco Blant Shacklett J B Weathers Jack Harrington J G Anderson Josh Lancaster and J F Woolfolk aro delegates to Louisville I am againBt any fusion with the Republi- Â¬ cans I am for the faith once delivered to the Saints The cardinal principles of true Democracy Heavens artillery has been playing havoc with human beings and property this season How sorry we aro to see the new Presbyterian church in Clover- Â¬ port bos been injured by a thunderbolt The youngest member of this family said Mamma why does God let light- Â¬ ning destroy churches and kill preach- Â¬ The mother is still thinking ers Recoiving no reply she continued Docs God make the lightning strike where He pleases and does He make the cyclones take away whole towns good and bad Some theologian answer people alike and go head Bro Pate talked Sunday lost about loving God with all your mind soul and strength and your neighbor as yourself Bro Pate made a clear lucid casu of his subject He had the right nail and he drove it homo Flattery is counterfeit coin and no minister wants it but kind- Â¬ ly words go a great woy and the average clergyman gets altogether to few of them but if we could all practice what our minister preachod last Sabbath this earth would be a different place But how can Why just love you lovo somo people them spiritually wish them no harm let em slide and go your own way News has reached us that dear Lucy Rawlings is no more She died on lost Friday Lucy waa very much beloved in this community and throughout the surrounding vicinity whore she number ed many relatives and friends She was quite a bright intelligent girl full of life and vivacity and a musician of taste and talent When she left this her home a brief while since she looked the embod Â¬ iment of health but since ehe had gone AVest her health had failed and she had grown rapidly worso in the last month We hope her mother and grandmother How our reached her ere the end came hearts go out in lovo and sympathy to those bereaved ones I How our tears fall as we wish we might mingle them with those bereaved ones around that shapely grace of maidenhood enrobed We can see her soft in virgin white brown sweep of hair her brow serene her lily throat tho closed brown eyes the folded hands Peace Sweet peace All this scene we see through a mist of tears She has gone to take her crown 1 Ml Gregory Gibson Cloverport Ky rvi ipacHQycxracftj rxj pJnrvirirnrvnr57KjrujT Gold and Prosperity From the Louisville 1ost In tho Loulsvlllo Dispatch which is just now appearing in the role of Mrs Partington in an effort to sweep back the RUSSELLVILLE KY waves of prosperity we find much to il- Â¬ lustrate the lack of information on which faith in free silvor rests bo serenely In a recent Issue it says While tho goldbugs aro talking 10000 APPLE BARRELS about the increased production of gold they forget that there has been an increased production of people and that tho population and business SHOPS AT IRVINGTON AND 6UST0N of tho United States aro growing fast- Â¬ er than the supply of gold ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED The per capita theory the idea that the financial question turns on tho IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY amount of money each person has allot- Â¬ Irving ion Ky O D Pickhell Mgr Guston Ky ted him by the statistician is the source of grave errors so it IsBometimts wise to answer a fool according to his folly According to recent estimates the gold production in America will reach 53 Endowed Four Courses Strong Faculty Nine Schools Thorough Send for Catalogue to W S RYLAN0 Pres FOR SALE J JS1 000000 In 1885 it was 32000000 Here is an increase of CO per cent in the gold pro- Â¬ duced In 1885 the population waa but 50000000 it is today 73000000 The increase in population is but 30 per cent But let it be considered the gold pro- Â¬ duced does not perish it is stored wealth It does not disappear as popula- Â¬ tions disappear in a generation it does not disappear in a year like tho wheat crop or the coal production it accumu- Â¬ lates Since 1873 the American product of gold bos exceeded 000000000 thus in- Â¬ creasing enormously the money of re Â¬ demption so called But take the world at large The years production bf gild is estimated at 240000000 It exceeds tho years of the California production In 1874 the tho worlds annual production of gold was 90 00000 The produe is now two and a half times the product of 1874 Midsummer Bargains -- jH Something You are always need- Â¬ ing and something that will bo Satisfactory in Quality Quantity and price in tho way of B e - Shoes Hats Dry Goods Notions and XV JbS Furnishings V Reduction in Price f in all linos in order to keep our goods moving during tho dull summer months We are look Â¬ ing closely after our UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT and Livery Business and offer you the best service for your money Dont forget us when you need GROCERIES - Does any silver statistician euppoeo that the worlds population has in that time increased of 150 per cent 150 per cent or one fifth If bo he ought to be nominated for Vice President on a tick- Â¬ et with Bryan Since 1873 to 1807 the worlds product of gold has reached the enormous figures of 3200000000 This is certainly equal to 75 per cent of the worlds supply at that time But it is said we have made gold tho solo primary money hence a scarcity The annual product of gold in 1897 Is 240000000 G T Marshall IRVINOTON KY Farmers bring in your Produce will pay Louisville quotations IMUM Aiiaaw a and WhWuy BaMtS cured at boa withÂ¬ out Mia Book ot pan similar aeat aLWOOUiKX MB vatce iHrtjetwt rift In 1873 the total value of gold and sil Â¬ ver produced in tho world was 178000 000 The Next Time You Want ANY OF THESE NAMED Tnat is tho production of gold in 1897 is 33 per cent greater than tho combined production of gold and silver in 1873 when according to the Ignorant gold was made the primary money Hence this statement if gold bo the M F A only primary money the annual supply of primary money is greater by 33 per cent than tho annual supply of gold and silver was in 1873 And if we struck down in 1873 half tio money In the world silver we have since made good that lea producing enough gold to tako the placo of the ARTICLES SEE Babbages Line SOAPSj ALL KINDS HAIR BRUSHES CLOTHES BRUSHES TOOTH BRUSHES COMBS ekget stricken silver But to go further it can be said there Is more silver money in the world than ever before more silver doing the work of exchango than ever before more pa Â¬ per redeemable on demand In gold and silver more and bettor banking facilities and more devices to give vitality and activity to the money of tho world than ever before ruore readiness in exchange koto utility to all form of mosey aad lees om 1m expense oh account of ex The whol Stationery Line TE i- - ei volume of Utltlca k an asaual Mtmtatioa of every arguntaaU sound e unsound on wlileh mttj Hkt tteaMiul for - WE ARE OAXJtYIMO A w i - ii fj Complete Line of XotioM apaajaaBjJBjBjP ajappaaaa iJCKffSTgiSXSSSSSi Yr allvwr Mini Haw With ViutfU BABBAGE TJ S v rv w THR BRKOK151NRIDGR NKWS OLOYERPORT KY U n fcI V Breckenridg WXiUWJSHJJAY News 4u 4JUI BT Uncle Jmnathan Continued Aomltot week M ubco7gb CURtCOttSTIPATION I 25 JflDY CAItlARIIC Si R Eft Pfc m - M f t to JV r 3 dVlt - Ab this 1b a grand ud orlous coun Â¬ try In it ono man rcele8 the Income of 20000 men at A Colli a day while oiliero roe men ond iltlzens too beg for a chance to wA fr a dollar a day Ono man revels andyriota dally In hla ill got millions wbll others and more useful members of clcty end their own lives by their owrbands because tbey cannot find employment Then to he intelligent men and editors of grcapopers say the remedy or even a rercedy lies in the coinage of fifty cents orth of the mine owners silver into oAe dollar of money for Ids benefit attlo public expense How long 0 LortA how long will the masses of men peimlt themselves to be duped deceived nd betrayed by political fakirs and biipco steorers called statesmen To stop the concentration of wealth in fey binds it is proposed in apparent soberness in some quarters to coin at the public expenso for the benefit of millionaires who own the silver mines 60000000 worth of their bullion pro- Â¬ duct into 100000000 of If gal tender money virtually making tberu a present by law of 45000000 every year The way to stop the making of million- Â¬ aires and the piling up of millions is to adopt a policy that will start a stream of 40000000 annually into the coffers of mine owners who aro already million- Â¬ aires To stop tbo making of millionaires we adopt a policy that will make more millionaires Tlieio Is a remedy however a suro and safe one and it is our imperative and pressing obligation as citizens to find and apply it I will indicato the line along which tbo remedy lies and If the Editor of the News will permit will develop the remedy more fully in future articles a Landlordism must be abolished and the land mado tbo common property of the whole people of this nation b The transportation monopoly must be abolished and the railways of the United States be made the property of the people of the United States o The banking monopoly must be broken up and the business of banking made a function of government as the postal system now is d In a word every private monop- Â¬ oly in existence in ourcountry must be rooted out and replaced by public mon Â¬ opoly e The people must resume their right to make and urimako laws by direct voto at the ballot box Lt tho politicians and alleged states- Â¬ men becomo men men of honor and thoroughly imbued with tho sociologi- Â¬ cal side of Christianity aud stop throw- Â¬ ing sawdust in tho eyes ef the people Fraternally 1 1 of ALL DRU0GI5T3 a aw 50 aaaaa JABSOLOTELYGOAROTEEDft faaaaaaaaaaaa aaanaaajaaaaaaaaa a The Vevr Sonar Scruidal a ia SmMP-l- - mS S S a a Is tho country to bo nfllictod vrlth n ipoaml sugar scandal Aro tho senators from Havomoyer cx ofllcio members of tho financo committee and aro thoy to bo permitted to dictato tho important sugar schedule Chicago Evening Post Ind Rep Tho eonato committees bill whethor designed to do so or not will givo tbo trust a great advantage should it bo come law For that roason the country is bitterly opposed to tho sonato sugnr sohedulo aud if tho sonato Will hood tho voico of tho pooplo that scbedulo will not bo embraced hi the now tariff Indianapolis Journal Rop The storm over tho sugar nchcdulo is steadily increasing All tho examina Â¬ tions which bavo been rnado siuco iti report instead of clearing it up only make it look tho blacker It has appar Â¬ ently been mado of n very complicated oharacter to bnfllo analysis and to dis guiso n job but intricate as it Is it docs not conceal tho fact that it em Â¬ braces a very largo differential for tho benefit of the trust This conviction is universal and it is aggravated by tho stories of personal profit in connection with it Philadelphia Press Rep Tho specific chargo by a responsible newspaper in Chicago that thrco mem Â¬ bers of tho sonato speculated in tho se- Â¬ crets of tho oommlttco room aftor tho sugar schedule on tbo sonato tariff bill bad been framed and profited 30000 by the transaction is altogether too seri Â¬ ous to bo treated by tho sonato with contempt or iudifferonco Tho peculiar influonco which tho magnates of tho Sugar trust have oxorted in uio framing of tho now sugar sched Â¬ ule has already created suspicions as to tho integrity of tiro framors of tbo bill If the chargo against the alleged specu lators shall not bo investigated it will serve to strengthen if not confirm this suspicion Philadelphia Bullotin Â¬ tiiH summary or trust as rollowst BpccMo differential 013 W Of Thlrty llvo pijr cent ad valorem dlffirentlni 2l 00B 0 03 Countervailing duty Bay i OH0 Rep- - portion to thoir ability to pay it Its production and distribution aro control- Â¬ led by a concern which is at ouco the greatest of our moan trusts and tho meanest of our groat ones It is consistent tborofore that on this ono nrtiolo there should bo levied moro than ono third of our total tariff taxa- Â¬ tion and that our peoplo should bo bur donod by a tax of moro than 90000 70000 000 that realizes loss than 000 for tho troasury and moro than 20000000 for tho sugar refining com bino whilo thosamooombino is enabled to net an additional 10000000 by tho opportunity given it to import at present duty rates raw sugars from whloh it oau mako refined to bo sold by it undor the enhanced prico assured it by tbo Tho nut proposed Aldrich sohedulo protection of from 46 to 00 cents per 100 pounds given tho trust on its rofin ing process nlono should bo considered as sufllclont when wo romember that the labor cost of this process is slightly less than Q4 cents per 100 pounds that is to say Sonator Aldrich in behalf of American labor proposes unduly to tax wage earners in order to givo tho trust from flvo to seven times as muoh pro- Â¬ tection aa it pays for all tho labor in Â¬ volved Additional by substitution of 75 cent ad valorem for Hpoclflo 000 018 dutloa In low grad09 tolil7u Total In tho vast mnjority of coboh however the actual result ia botwoon O and 00 conta per 100 nounda net protection to tho trust and it la impracticable so to combine circumstances as to bring this below 40 conta or above CO centa tig any consldorablo amount As nu item of tariff taxation tho sug ar schodulo is ideal from the protection- Â¬ ist standpoint Sugar is tho ono artlolo used by poor and rich to an equivalent oxtont and a tax on which thoreforo falls most hoavily on tho poor in pro- Â¬ pr Â¬ for this will load to Us bocomtng badly solidified Tho effect of repeated f rrczing and thawing at tbo surfiico during fall ruid spring it suoh thut tho top earth bo come loosened and tho roots of strawberries grasi grain shallow growing plants in tbo flowor borders etc bo como injuriously disturbed nnd drawn out heaved It is this condition of things that calls for tbo wide uso of tho roller iu tho garden and farm early in tbo spring n matter so well understood m to requiro no further attention hero There is no ouo lesson which tho trco planter ncods hotter to learn than that of the importauco of firming tho soil in trco planting Success in tho operation hinges on this moro largoly than tho avcrago planter seems to bo aware To sot a trco as you would set a post is about tho right idea and a tool liko tho center ono in tho engraving mado out of a block of heavy wood with a handlo attached is n useful ouo at this work in addition to tho uso of tho feet Ono ddvantago of sowing garden and other seeds iu drills is that tho soil over tho seeds can tho hotter bo firmed Cov Â¬ er tho seeds thinly with fine damp soil compress it qnito firmly with tho feet or with a woodon firmer liko that shown by tho middlo flguro aud yon aro on tho right track Of broadcast sowing in tho garden a good illustration is found in lawn seeding Thoro tho courso should bo to havo tho surfaco on which tho seed is sown firmly pulver- Â¬ ized with smoothing harrow or rake and tho operation finished by passing over tho entlro surfaco with tho roller or in small plats a light maul may bo used instead of tho roller Irrigation Advice A Kansas correspondent says lu Tho Orango Tudd Farmer that tho most suc Â¬ cessful irrigators aro thoso who confine their operation to small tracts on tho theory that threo profitable crops from 10 acres aro hotter than ono crop from DO acres Some havo tho opinion that pouring largo amounts of water over a considerable tract of land is irrigating That is wroug Irrigation consists of so using water that tho largest returns aro obtained Each ono should water all tbo laud ho cau profitably and should never wotor weeds Cultivation with furmiug whero rain is abundant is absolutely necessary but whero water is Â¬ of lio Vulveranllat Church Going July 5 and 0 Inclusive Itcturn limit July 11 National Ilopubllcnu vontlnu Going July IiCue Con ImJJInc Into Tromanhood Development slow eyes dulled face pimpled complex slon sallow pains In back ana sldo and constantly tired Most trying mil critical time of life for both mother and daughter Regulate and strengthen the delicate organs which should perform tbe natural functions of womanhood During 35 years Winter smiths Iluchu has never failed In curing the Ills of girlhood at this critical time All druggists nnd merchants Arthur Ieter Co Ioulsvllle Ky QenI Agents DAUGHTERS flvcr tiree or 12 and 13 Inclusive Return limit JulylO WOMANHOOD WINTERSMITHS fenrniiinfM Wensfiffc Kshnnellnnff Wh not jiri vr I all by fjlJHHIWAnH MKNTHUI INNAI KR irk llrlp that hraUchtire that ncrfonsnrM and eai net and prerentatlre this Inhaler the grratet I hf the n of known Wonderfnl re Jtlmitlant Vrifr and Asthma irHUT CVm MAJVM iNirAIIJK una yort win wiwmjmjtwi it imsI II JK t d it 11 at rr freaf nreniMim Htmtaat 4 fWr ft vveiiaaa VKkuivt Tiaiaaaaes isp v es TRAVEL DO YOU a trip suffer firm Areroufpttiir to Ue Do ott If j ts I gtb eiatl 10 imIi Celeron N V Aiucrlrn lhntiirrahcrh Going July Take Chnutniiiiin 11 Association of At the Law Office of and 12 lucluslvn Iteturn limit July 20 Toronto Out rptvortli J ran II r National Convention Return limit August Going July 13 to 10 inclusive 12 G BUCHu V G BABBAGE IN HAHDINSnORO h ica a 1 1 a u a o sr u Toiin Ilnptlat Young Peoples Villon of Amer Â¬ Going July 13 to 15 inclusive You Can Get A Deed Mortgage or any writ Â¬ Return limit August Going July 21 16 Chicago Ills tJnvcllliifr or Ijonan Monument Return limit July 20 Cincinnati League of M O V Ccrman Upworth Church ten instru raout drawn Rent buy or sell a pteco of land Collections rnado and remit ances prompt Copying done on the Call graph the best typo writer in the world Going July 21 and 22 inclusive IndlunupoIlN Return limit July 2G Intl Annual Con Â¬ vention You n r Peoples Christ Good Neat Printing M MM Ian Union Going August 17 and 18 inclusive Iteturn limit September 12 W L DOUGLAS For II years this shoo liy merit alone has dltancrd nil comitltors I ni and tilt shoes are Douglas au the productions ot skilled workmen from tbe best material possible at thse prices Also ami aWJO JtM tor hoys shoes or men fi0 1400 aad W 1 Douglas shoes are Indorsed by over lnxjuj wearers as thn liest In style fit and durability ot any shoo erer ottered at the prices They aro mado In all the latest shape and styles and ot crcry rarl- ety of leather If dealer rannot supply you write for cats logue to W L Douglas llrockton Mass Bold by VT 1 National liicampmcnt terans SmiN of Ve- Â¬ S3SHOEntord Going September 8 and 0 inclusive Return limit September 15 Murrain incut N Y O A It Ihicaiiip 20 Going August 21 to 23 inclusive Return limit September Is just as essential to success In business as your rating with any of the mcrchan tilc agencies Write us for prices and samples All work guaranteed w Columbus O Itoiinlon of Army of West Virginia Going September 7 and 8 inclusive Breckenridge News GX3 SAMUEL SULZER Sr JH 0WMHmwmi Â¬ Gloyerport Ky Return limit September 22 Union Veteran iucampmont Lotion National poured over tho ground artificially tho neglect of careful intelligent and per Â¬ sistent oulturo is suro death to crops To uso moro water than is necessary to keep a crop growing rapidly will kill it quicker than hot winds Stacks Untapped Going September 21 and 22 Inclusive Iteturn limit Oaobor 12 For further Information ss to special Kates and Limits for tho above occasions and for occasions and points not men- Â¬ tioned herein consult Ticket Audita O S V Ry or address B 8 3 9JMImvKUt JUiaiawaaaaaMasiwaggMBaBaKMSBSIseaaisaaSSiSSBSSaSBMSiaBSlllsm X J EO ftEPCROAY RATES The most centrf Hu locaUi Hotel In trweitu j jw ciinsiiitoutiii Genl Passenger Agent Cincinnati O 1 Kerislng the Sugar Schedule Unclk Johnathan Reasons Why Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is the Best 1 Because it affords almost instant relief in case of pain in the stomach colic and cholera morbus 2 Because it is the only remedy that never fails in the most severe cases of This cartoon is from tho New York Press ono of tho most partisan of Re- Â¬ publican nowspapors which always ad vocates protection to any and every in- Â¬ dustry Liko hundreds of other Repub- Â¬ lican papers its disgust at tho action of Aldrich in writing tho sugar sohedulo at tho dictation of tho trust is so groat that it is daily denouncing tho sugar schedule and the sonato committees method nf doing business Â¬ Next to tho wago earner tho farmer is dear to tho protectionist boart and ho is thcreforo equally favored by tho sngar schcdulo Of lata years throughout tho eastern and niiddlo and many of Although I tho central states tho competition of tho kept tho middlo far west has driven our farmers from filled well I grain raising into fruit culture This would aftorward has now so dovelopod that except for levolupasshown exports of canned goods jams pro at A A A A in tho sup- Â¬ In which wo ought to serves oto cut shown here ply the world tho business of fruit raiswith Toward ing has in its turn booomo almost profit fall tho high UOW TO MAKE A STACK lesa And poverty is now assured to winds would un- thoso who aro dependont upon fruit cul- Â¬ top my stacks right nt theso joints I ture by tho proposed tax of two coutq learned to keep tho middles solid nnd This increases rounded gruduully froui eciitor to out- Â¬ a pound on sugar by from GO to 75 por cent tho article side so there would be no lovel places whloh would mako ni from 40 to 70 for tho wind to try Do not start tho por cent of tbo total weight of tho jams bottom too small oto tho export of which might insuro Lund Etcrics and lull born jests defilo living pricos for tho surplus fruits but which is now praotioally prohibited us body and soul whether we toll them And this is a government of tho or listen to them peoplo by tho pooplo and for tho peo- Â¬ Who uro tho people ple SPECIAL LOW RATES Â¬ Â¬ I used to often havo my stacks un topped and at longth I found tho cause writes a corre Â¬ spondent of Tho Farm Journal BANK HAEDINSBUM B F BEARD rinP7rftt Til ur m ve Ky I 1 nocknnrt ol President WILL MILLER Vioe Preident Cashier M II BEARD MORRIS ESKRIDOE RM JOLLY INTEREST PAID OW BEARD I Direetori ON TIME DEPOSITS J C BUSH D D S Office on 6lh St Gannelton Ind on San tle THE ROCKPORrr Dentistry In all Its Branches practiced and all operations performed In the mo ft skillful manner at prices to suit the times Crown and Btldge Work a specialty eitracted Positively Without Pain Teeth RO0KPORTef 0 M i dysentery and diarrhoea t Because it is the only romedy that will cure chronic diarrhoea 4 Because it is tho only remedv that will prevent bilious colic 0 Because it is the only remedy that will cure epidemical dysentery 6 Because it is the only remedy that dan always be depended upon in cases of cholera infantum 7 Because it is the most prompt and most rellablo medicine in use for bowel complaints 8 Because it produces no bad results 0 Because it is pleasant and safe to take 10 Because it has saved the lives of more people than any other medicine In tbo world The 25 and 50a sizes for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport and 11 A Stmllman Htophonsport r Vi - ST R I Trait Frollta Cinched Tbo trusts have a oinch on Diugloy bill profits Of courso thoy will mako many times moro if tho bill becomes law in anything liko its present shapo but they are already engaged in taking part of their profits Sngar has risou considerably in antic- Â¬ ipation of greatly inoreased duties and merchants all over tho country aro laying in stores becauso still higher prices aro oxpectcd Tho Sugar trust is consequently busy and rolling up profits In April it imported 757700537 pounds of raw sugar valued at 14747 189 An oxtra profit of ono half cent per pound on this amount which is nlroady real- Â¬ ized or guaranteed means nearly 4 000000 to tho trust If tho bill is two months longer in its passage tho trust will surely pocket 10000000 oxtra profits boforo tho bill becomes law Who says protection is not a good thing And why shouldnt Senator Aldrloh push it along and in turn get bis stroot railway syndicates Good roads place the remote farmer pushed along by tho Sugar trust Isnt who pays as much for all he buys and this reoiproolty Wouldnt Aldrieh bo gets no more for what he sells than the an ingratoif ho should desert his frionds farmer nearer market upon a more and backers when ho has an opportuni Â¬ equitable basis of competition Farmers ty to holp them Home Journal Why Dingier Rates Aro So Ulfh Afraid to open your chops about the There is Nothing So Good MoKinloy bill boforo tho election hav Â¬ There is nothing just as goodaa Dr ing won you aro out IIoroding ihrod Kings New Discovery for Consumption outMuKiuleyiug MoKinloy because Couglw and Cold so demand it and do tho men who furnished tho money to not permit the dealer to sell you somo carry tho election are relentloss task- Â¬ He wll not claim there Is masters clamorous for their remunera- Â¬ substitute ravenous appo better but in order to mak tion They huvo such anything tltcs that you have boen compelled to more profit he may claim something else mako tho rates higher than In tho Moto be Just as good You want Dr Kings Kinloy bill Lot this not bo forgotten New Discovery because you know it to inscribe it on tho tablets of your mom be sate and reliable and guaranteed to ory Bo it known that tho avcrago tariff tax under tho MoKiuloy bill was 4058 do good or money refunded For Coughs Colds Consumption and for all affections per cent ad valorem uuder the Wilson cent and uudor ot Throat Chest and Lungs there Is Gorman bill S004 per per cent Hence nothing bo good as is Dr Kings New the Dlngley bill 6703 thri nvnmirn rato of taxation on some Discovery Trial bottle free at A It thing like 4000 articles of ovory day Fishers Drug Store Regular size 60 consumption Is 8 per cent higher under aad 1 tbe Dlngloy bill than uudor MoKlnleyt law aud 17 per cent higher than under Tbe Oklahosu wheM crop is variously the WtlsoUGormau bill Hon Champ estimated at from twenty to twenty five Clark In Congress The yield In both Ok- Â¬ knllUsH bushels SUGAR TRUST PROFIT8 lahoma and Texas this year will much expectations wtrftfM ewllsr John lie Witt Warner Make Soma KU avta aad Score the Trnt stMlwr B1hMo Feb 17th 1807 Ex Congressman John Do Witt War J O jfciutottH EvsMvllls lad Bet is otMTof the best posted men in this 0WH- - 8ir I ksvs found your Chill eosntry on sagsr tarUTs Whew ia con house for fros sag aid Fsyw Ohm a aed ltr ia the past fvttss 1m cwied tbepoblisJied statesseut r Iu a reesutly r want psriiiMin turss groat Mw S It BSSJfM M glVS pSUcHK SM- - k sstiwMby tfes ast protsotioH to at lite AWrlofa schedule a sisgls trasi ftivea m bavs not m4 of from 85 osats to 114 oa svsry 100 mL though I bavs sold it Hotter pcuuda of refilled sugar asiftstgiisMnta ss diraeisvl by ywt Witaoat aitotaptiag to givs bk y Ovum UmMtAiby I assat as to eaoa of las ways la watch 7 ftmtikVwm pa tmtwoTOd b promoted ws gjvs Â¬ Sajr mako opposing argument unnecessary in tho rncro reading For example the rate is G6 per cent on second class wool 289 per cent on garuetted wasto 326 per cent on shoddy 171 per cent on woolon cloths valued at not moro than 60 ocuta por pound 107 por cent on blankets moro than tbroo yards iu length and valued at not more than GO cents per pound 312 per cent on shawls valued at not oxooediug 40 cents per pound 161 per cent on knit fabrics val Â¬ ued at not exceeding 40 cents per pound 257 per cent on hats of wool val ued nt not moro than 80 cents per pound 410 per cent on folti of tbo same value 147 percent on plushes valued at not over 40 cents per pound and 04 per cent on tho aggregate of woolen carpets Tbo pooplo of tho United States could bettor afford to buy every sheep in tho country and to put ovory shephord on the ponsldn list than to submit them- Â¬ selves to suoh shameless plundering Philadelphia Record Â¬ -- The Infamous Wool Schedule Tho sonato computations of tbo equivalents for Dingley bill rates on woolon goods only nced to bo stated Thoy VI THE B c O S W RY TO Moat Complete Doutal ItooniN in toutliorii Indiana fllaiititnlii fnko Meeting Going July Iurlt rilU Cump J H Hunsche 1 to 11 inclusive Return limit July 10 Chautauqua Amoiubly Going August 2 to 23 Inclusive Return limit August 31 Milwaukee Wh ftutlonnl Kducn The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Casper May Co IND CANNELTON tioual Association Going July 3 to 5 inclusive Return limit August 31 minunapolle lyinu Meeting II I O K National J Z T COX Going July 3 and 4 Inclusive Return limit July 31 Detroit Mich National V 1 C V Agent - - Ekron Ky SSk- - i LOUISVILLE KY July 13 1897 ME A MAN MADE TABLETS rOHlTlVKUX AJAX wixArrou Sugar trust king than it is for a camel to go through the eyo of a Oleopatrian Bcedlo Baltimore Ilorald Cannot Convict Sugar Kings In theso days it is hardor to convict a Shipper should mirk all paokagti plainly with iblppcrl name and poit oflcs addreii Cholos country Medlam BUTTER 8 7 FIRMING THE SOIL Vide Use OrttmerT JSQQS - 08 Q 14 7 010 of the Roller and the Earth Maul now houso or in grad Â¬ Freu rrlma white FBATUKIUJ gooia- Mixed In building a ing or other operations that require Old Ho 1 duok soil to be filled in to somo depth it is POULTRY necessary to well firm tho soil if regard Hani per lb sur Â¬ Spring Chiokeni per doi is had to f uturo shapeliness of tho face for this purpose Kllas A Long Dacki per lb has found an earth maul useful Mr Otoio per doi POTATOES Long tolls how to mako ono along with Irish per barrel new - - 38 21 0 84 II 20 S 10 Ot 0 10 natoroLMt Vitality In old or ivuuauv fltamaaforttudy buolnew or marring Prevent Insanity and Consumption It Uktioia Urn a Their qm howt Immediate m prove- In mentnnd enecu a uujt nuere an oiner iui They lt upon bavins tha genuine Ajax Tahlate have cured thousand and wUlcuwyoaWegapoti in lira written guarantee xo en set icnrt kti WJ or refund the money lTinvw w wt pr each t ikagei or sia pkgee all treatments i or 2X0 liy roe IL in plain wrsiper nron receipt ot pirioe cuTJUiar IMarWra Bt ret UU1US jfUMMf railing oiam orj lm potency Hioepleunetta etc cnasM Â¬ by AbuM or other xowe tutd Ind ItThty Quick u ami eration tt tjfl BOOS EEEPINQ SHORT HAND TELEQSAPHY PENMANSHIP i sss rssrs7s7st VTho dosiros urtu BRYANT No Good to better bis or her condition in lifo sbonld write for tno uataioguo ot tno 400 THIRD STItBET socwrstfrtm tao -- - ETC STRATTON LOUiaVIIiLE KY JAX REMEDY CO fUUt uu For Nulo In Clovernor Ky by Miort Sc Iluriic IruKBlkU Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order 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 a guarantee to give satisfaction at exceedingly low prices We will he at Irvington on Wednesday nnd Thursday after tho fourth Monday of each month It is to your interest to consult us- - 9 7 8 400 71 3 00 75 1 Now La Hweet potatoes per bbl From store 2 to 6 ets hlghsr Navy Deans par bnshel ROOTS 2 60 S01 fu Senlca Snake ainiang Pink 2 40 Yellow Wild Ginger Lady Slipper May Appl Blood UK Q 10 20 J 75 21 15 21 6 5 BEST TRAINS TO IX M 2 Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky VA 60 i 00 3 1 1 cta FIELD SEEDS Timothy par bushel Clover par bushel OrimaoB Olorar par buibal Had Top per buibel Orebard Orsit par bushel Blue Uran fanoy pir buibel Blue Grass extra par busbal Onioa Bats Yellow per buibal White KJUKfl 140 80 60 60 St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA For Family or Medical Use 2TOXJ EARTH MAUL WOODEK TIHMER AND ROLLER i other information on firming the soil in a paper submitted to American 2 50 Qardouiug He says 3 60 is a simple The earth maul dcploted 8Q 8 6 Sfaea food homemade affair consisting of a 4 by Dry good ll 4 12 or 6 by 8 scantllug a boat 8 feet long Dry Salt good slat 13H W U on tbe sides of whloh have been nailed ft 50 Mm 21 two haadles of plus wood as shown WOOL tool suoabi be freely ase4 as tbs Ttt wSJ 21 A II This BllinjC ia goes em passing over tbe Bar It S 1Q MM IMiaiMMMtMMMiMM SB H of eVttffyssiMSs sestsi foes again aad agaja aati a fseliag solidity is rsastiad lias tfast awt wbea iswry ad Cuts SfU tba inaol is WU4 oa lawu or osasr laud MWOHLLAMHOUi SJD that is well sattlaoV It k aot well to TeJeaw m I fa 2S asa tas msal smso1 that ia wsi est SaSajSaas i is flt SS lailT if to ltts aa at a asaTaala Pure APPle 1 WrN T St Louis or Chicago VESTIIULED TRAINS GARS SLEEPERS mm QMAIR OARS 7 Oft mf I make a specialty of Fine Annie Brand cuaranteei T 1 use iu u - Biiiuiiy uuuuuiieraicti iioiiiinui sQunu fruit My Urandy is all fermented in Urbs not inj ripe cisterns so that mean disagreeable Ha not Desirous of introducing my goist wilmake sj on one 10 lour giuion picKfi 95 goxis fzj nnd 07 gooils 917c ier b scaled and shipped oa saort notice B Wly 1ST 1 1t I 1 CONSULT TIOKRT AONT Ft M RUGQ TswvfAMsrAMNTt T LOUt il W CM irm WH 1 3k UU - the BimeiiiSQSi i JIjjckEWijippE tims 14 1807 THE TRUST8 HAVE THElrt NNlNQS itVV iNSDEftBDAY JULY st - XOSISS PUBLIC TtI8T 01 iVMkV in 1 kir i ST3 V V wgrar w71 v SW1 bi y sty- tu tno cause w ll9U IJ r- - a 11 y mm Par JF ft 77 - I evWsIn vV trampled TinaerW - JiiAj i any 1 r6vA it STATE All FOR ROADS A Toeler al Offlba Which Wai More THitTtiftH ItWAi a Private MV 7 From 1 ntanO Washington Jbna fe Danto inr ono of the committee rooms at the Capital the picked up an old repoit of other tlnFenHtotvhicU conlaliiptl the history qfA nsmarluible business transaction betHventho Government of the United Statoa and an honest though liliiorato cltin Jt illustrates what n hard bar Â¬ gain TJnqle Sam drives ant liow merciless he ia when ho gets a fellow In his clutches as well as the amount Of red tape which is requlrod to tie up a small mailer of executive business but he didiiot propose to be trampled Daring Mr Olerelands first term as upon by a Second Assistant Postmaster President Mr Vilas as Postmaster General bo quit General advertised for proposals for The Government sent a special agent carrying tho United Slates mails three to Knob Lick at the cost of 75 or S 100 times tv week dver route 28030 from who hired somebody else tpjearry vthe Knpb I Jck hy way of Llbortyville to mall bags for 2 n trip whereas Moses CofTman Mo and back thirty miles had rdceivGd biit lj cento a trip After each refund trip When the bids were this special agent had mado his report opened the highest of twenty live pro-- Adlal 13 Stevenson then acting Postmaposals was 099 a year The lowest was ster-General and afterward Vice 4 a year and came from Moses Pender- - President of the United States issued a On the 1st proclamation declaring to all mankind graes who got tho contract of July 18874 Mosps qualified with that Moses Penderrass was n defaulter his neighbors MeesrsPresnell and Black on his contract The sixth auditor of as sureties Oil his bond and commenced tho Treasury figured out the damages to to carry lijs mall On tho 1st of October the United States and suit was brought following being the end of the quarter against Moses for tho Sum of 1 15985 Mosw had made seventy eight round and costs against which thenr was n tr ipspl tliirtymilea each riding allot credit of 172 for making 312 thirty mile gf tlier23 10 miles over country roads in trips There was nothing for Moses to nil kinds of weather delivering letters do hut to sit down and swear You can and newspapers to tho people of Liberty imagine that ho put his whole soul into villa and CoJlman with great punctuality it Senator Cockrell was appealed to amiability and cheerfulness If he had lie took the matter up and after seven traveled the same distance in a straight years of negotiation succeeded in getting line he lwould have gono nearly one a report from the Senate Committee on tenth of the way around the world or Post Office and Post Roads in favor of from Now York to tho Isthtis of Panama relieving Moses from his obligations to or fromJfew York to Leverpool and the Government finally Congress had ho gono north from Knob Lck and passed the bill and authorized the Post kept on going he would have reached master General to settle with him at w i fit tho Tisney cver IKy were visiting tu to rate of 400 a year But Moses had a lesson lie week rW dLmore business does not want to I with Uncle Snuh I loft nA i aBtounu ftnyViiug at any uuieu jive expert w tionat Democrntaciv w Iroro 1 0 ioUwT that Uovortitnent contracts CiM0B set qf fello 1Wrtu WedAlontlmODJVl Tie Chicago Record dyl Â¬ nriSl2 a - Heinw l aB6erv - c0n- - aywari n this for one give tin Biucere trouble a right an re altogetl A Ketr Source of Itubbor Tho discovery of n now source of La gos rubber from a tree known to tbo T was natural at 1p natives ns tho lrc t iici MnmaVOBl i nilDV evl- v- lu TM6 iimr given n great impetus to tho trado of tho west coast of Africa iii a rubber of Kicksia nartrotnl iwmaete TGcncJ Elvery invention or discovery places oxtrcmoly good a quality to Thofeet high r africana forms trco 60 GO another force nt tho service of man A Third with a trunk averagiug 13 to 14 iuohes I crave but One Minute said the in dlainoter It is said to bo ono of the most beantiful trees of tho and is public speaker in a husky voice and capablo of producing in a forest season good then lie took a dose of One Minute as much as from 10 to 15 panuds of - ranuo oih Cough Curo and proceeded with his ora- rubber por troo For tho purposo of ex-Â¬ rtu irc tory One Minute Cough Cure is untracting tho rubber n deop vortical cut is made through tbq hark and Epyeral equalled for throat and lung troubles obliquo cuts on caoh side running into Short Haynea tho main channel at tbo baso of which Knob Lick Good Government may be expensive a vessel is placed to roocivo tho exuding jl ft t T h av n nl MCII lUObUJUaWl flii llifl yoi but it is always cheaper than bad givern milk which IS coagulated by allowing n quantity t6 stand for somo days in a Fuhmitteil tho letter to inent cavity mado iu tbo trunk of a trco so distant Postmaster-Genor- that tho watery portion evaporates or icond Assistant Postmaster- 100 Reward 100 soaks into tho wood leaving tho solid vsppctfally rtferred it to the The readers oi this paper will be pleased portion behind which is kneaded and femlnnt of the star route service pressed together into a solid mass or snectfully referred it to the con- - to learn that there is at least one dread- tbo milk is placed in a vessel and boiled disease that science has been able to ed tho rubber beginning to coagulate ft division who ordered a clerk to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh almost immediately heat is applied ik it up and that clerk upon examin ing tho original paperp notified Ituddy Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive Haturo that the amount of the proposal of Mr cure known to tho medical fraternity LonCttroeton Ills Farm Moses Pendergrass for routo 28G0 on Catarrh being a constitutional disease A visitor who recently called to soe file in this office is very plainly written requires a constitutional treatment l per annum The same amount ap Â¬ Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally General Longstrcet at his farm near I looked for a pears in the contact and the bond bear- Â¬ acting directly on the blood and mucous Gainesvillo Ga says Therefore thero can surfaces of the system thereby destroy Â¬ large old fashioned southern place ing his stature ing the foundation of the disease and with piiluru and a wide hall Instead Im no mistake and the rate at which Mr tho houso was an ordinary story and a Pendergrass was paid for tho quarter giving the patient strength by building half farmhouse cuoh as a northern carup the constitution and assisting nature penter might ended Sept I0 is the most that can be build A board nailed to In doing ita work The proprietors have n tree offered wine for salo nt a very paid fir the wjrvire Whereupon there v as a good deal of so much faith in its curative poners low price and I saw an extensivo vino wrjtrng back aqd forth between Wash that they offer One Hundred Dollars for yard across tho road A loan farmcrllke ingUin and Knob Lick and it was any case that it fails to cure Send for person told mo that General Longstrcet was in his vineyard and thero I camo developed that Mr lendergraes not lists of testimonials Address CHENEY Co Toledo O npou him scissors in hand busily prunbeing able to rend or write had asked ing his vinos Ho is a big old man Postmaster Ituddy to make out the pro- OaTSold by Druggist 75c stooping n littlo now and slow of gait posal for him at the rate of 100 a year Howoors long whito whiskors cutaway Deeds of kindness and goodness will from his chin His hair is whito as wool By some strargj fit of heterography Mr Kuddy wrote four dollars instead of prove our wisdom more than ever so but his skin is ruddy as though sleep both in the many words that sound well but mean and good digestion wero still his to comfour hundred dollars -- WfTCm tn Ir WS -- cents rate ilnB H r 01 arrt to the ReXpT aio your uiomacii wmi icas i Dou Wierns dui reguiaio your Jiver n Wficadache by using those famous juiie jwpms Known as ue Haynea yiy ItiserB Short - ftlieiuy About tho end of January or when thb sun dfrainWcHfs ubdVotlitJhMU zoV niany families nVthb flvb Eskimo villages near Point llirfdw IbAlaska leavo their wiuter houses audtravol in Â¬ land 73 tor 100 miles to hunt reindeer along tho upper AvntQraof the largely ors that flow into tho Arctio ocean east of tho point llcrq they onoamp In large comfortablo unqvr hpnscs usually dug out in a solid snowdrift Like all EsKimowintdr houses fheso nrehtori cd by monus of a long low tunhcland opening out of dnoeide 6f this tunnel thero ia a flrdplaoe built of snow slabs A XQungmnud hhwifo mqyt down from Point BorrflWafrervJptor liad sot in and ns there was no accommodation for thom in any of tho per Â¬ manent woodoh houses they built them sCltcsi rfmall hut from blocks of snow nnd roofed it over ttitb strtlcloth I made thbm n visit ono afternoon and found tho houEO pretty cold and nnoom fortablo in spite of tho largo stono lamp that was burning all the timo Tho en trauco tuunel was about ton feet loiig At tho loft hand as you ontorcd and closo to tho ddorwas tbo fireplace This was about 2g foe t square nnd neatly built of slabs qf snow vith a smoko holo at tbo top and it stick stuck across nt tho proper height to hang a pot on Wlich tho first firo is built in suchj fireplace thero is considcraUla nelling of tho surface of ViTo snow bnt as soon as tho lkoIs allowed to go out this frccica to n hard glazo of ice which nftorwnrd melts only a very little Theso flrcplnccs nro used only for cook- Â¬ ing ns tho Eskimos rely wholly on tho qil lamps fcr warming tbo daelUngj Lippincotts Magazine Â¬ Â¬ llrplooj of Snow uius orirohhas tolligoutly to provida tbo tato with good hard smooth roads nnd within that period l400j000hai hooiixpoUdr c4 by tho flUtccounUefl nndindHiduidBi on pcrmanont roads od wliioUsum tb9 fltato oxpended 400200 JcnvingnojrJ l000y000whichhos hcon raised by tho oonntics and individuals to moot tho etato Appropriation Agtt result of thifl oxpeudituro BOp miloottbjj mosMro- quanted highways havo beon perma nontly improved on modorn Unca h antiquated highways haviughocn turn Â¬ edInto smoothithardrondfl wltlj fopt- paths nndcyclo paths and beautified by treos nnd shrubbery wheroby tho ap- poaranooiDf various communities has been so changed that thay havoboqpmo nttroatlvooontcrsof sottlcinont So anxious nro tho pooplo to oval themsolvoa of tho fostering aid of- - tha state in tho mnttor of gpod road Jhat inmauy caKospotitlonscf ocitalucow- munlllca havoboon onillo for years nnddn Massachusetts not inoro 4 ban 15 por cent of similar petitions could bo acted on last yoor ior lack of etato funds Now- Jcr8oynnd Jdnnsaohusotta havo demonstrated tbo valoo of good roads to a community and as a result tho fear of increased taxation which has In pthcr states provented lnsqmo cases thp adoptioi oi n liberariind bys matioplan of road constroctlqn boa bpqr qompolply ovcrc9mo fariher and all pthors being 90gcr to ndijto Ihb H raqUye99ss and ynluo of tnclr lands in thlflyrny Jo hia work 0 pcrmnncntroail lm prpvomefll tho opd ipads leagnpsaud associations formed throughout tho statq hvp VJocn Important factors In 6du Tq6 mucli catlng publlo scntlnienV stress pajs dommlsslonor BqdJ ot jXoyt Jerspy cannot bo laW upon iho im- Â¬ portance pf thpso asspclatlpns thero lb no power so useful as that which per Â¬ suades cachnnueyory person or cpmmu ulty tqdcits best to help Iteqlf by its own Jabqrnud contributions uph leagues and associations shtraty lw formed nj oqcq throughout tllindis nnd tho work of imnrovlnff and beauti fying this groat stato by a systom df splendid highways hould rccoivo tho most oarofnl ntleutlbn Vt tho present legislature As a motto 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timfadiirlng htf night to urinate Thdniildawd tlid ex- Â¬ traordinary effect ofSwainp ltjidt Visoop stands thoJliglii reaiii for fh WOfldeMulcuwQf the Jnotdlptressjpg casses Xfyou necdmedicinayoushould havo the bestyi Sold by druggists prioo fifty tJentff and one dbllarYoumay Have afdmplobtittlb afcd prtmplfct both seh frebbmail MentldU the Bnkei- KNnirqENKNsaniieril Qur ptjdress q Vo- Binguamton PftKUmei The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness1 of this ofler ui tl iii so ICelmer if IM tfti I IfllVnVMIiaAMA I fMllUR XbdMitIa aH pn bildoBOeehttfitUWaleTi PBEPARtOteHLYXV oltteSdto ANDvttfiKsboi ForWWdemti INhi 4mt iT 3MENIBIVilAaWU EVAN8VILLE Sold byBHORI HANBB1X111 - GREGORY Wliafniaster CLOVERPORT CO AgtBts Seamfrat lynt A KENT0CYJ iinil R u WFfK v StaRdariar oyiiiiii 1 HpmBSffiadFprUfliI9mMapOEr d- - JO Cwfipai iu- - flhiv h i fucits tvishtn linnnr ninro niirtla- liiariya guest n succcialon of lp or 26 courses arp sorvedat dinner but as ho and before npy1 qhcsHohs aSjq akk6u coh cernfng tloylsltirs business dvonIji fore tho master of Wo housi has mhdo his appearanpo a legion of Sorvnnts rusifqrward and carry1 tho Visitors baggagofoouo of thehalf dozou rpoms nlvays readylofccdlvo guests Ipvitbd or pthprvise TvVplvo oclock id tho uspttt Unto fdr dfnnerj and1 font or flvo pmjty scats aro always rtfeftarotTfor who might arrlvo When th6 oalpngarfdn uplii hiscprrlaso 16 jfb6ehtraufcb ddb chateau fmrncdlfafM nMit reltefto nmnxlnd ll nil lirnd IJ oiMni IVItPN CIIMIH NOKK IllltUVr CA- - Doorb Sash Blinds Yellow Pine- - Floor ing and Celling Weather Boardraffr Shinies Salt Lltee Cemeat i Lathe TlasterJ- Fldsteriag Hair Plow Handle1- n Bricks jElcT 1 8hWifrWMitKFF in tn tvall III I P If tm DrnifUti eVt tt li Attor Rook en tO tfntt inlt Br lUfittliol ff Estimates Furnlihetl for Buildings airi Bolldlng Material rr HOW TO h TRAVEL B MJZZKlZISZXfcXMm mmsmHMnmmMXx i MLjaQ O S W RY -l-rV time tablb TraliiB leave Louisville aa followa O B East Lv S W HAILWAY Cinclnnatl and tha bt Louis and the West lontr NOVEL HIGHWAYS tant y rlm secvjrt- i ierster 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1lUcr nnd Wood ShaTlne tftlllied In JtoadbpJldltiff General Roy Stono chief of Iho bu reau of road inquiry spoaking cif tho progross of xoad lmprovemont soya thoro ought to bo a highway commission in every stato and a local commission in Talking of every county of tho Union roads reminds mo saysGcnoral Stone Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- -- Â¬ kn6wn as fiber road and Is mado of tho refuse of tho palm fiber that la used for brooms brushes baskets and other pur- Â¬ poses They spread his waste eight or ten inohes deop upon a foundation of sand nnd then sproad sand over It When moistened by rain tho fiber and sand pack olosoly and becomo a solid sub- Â¬ stance cvon moro olastio than tanbark Tho only other road resembling it Is at Nooodah Wis whero tho shavings from tho mills that saw shingles with tho grain of tho wood aro laid on a short roadway with groat success Another good road in Florida is mado of flno fossilized shells but It Is moro expen- Â¬ sive owing to tho cost of transportation Tho good roads movement In this country I may say owes Its success thus far to tho bloyclo riders Thoy havo taken tho inltlatlvo in nearly ovory state and look after tho legislation Â¬ that they havo a novel road In Florida that Is delightful to ride over It is tean or pay n Visit io tijo nQighborihg H isa Sunday a vlSit Is madp to thbjuearesi villjgo wh6r6 a peasant cpuntfy daupo is iu Ifuli swliip upppr at tho dliatpnutafccspiacobo twcou It and 8 itftpr vhqh h danco is glyefl or a Ayhlst partyls Indulged In Thoiiext inorBJing oVortliiug is silent iii lfo houso piitil lb oclock Much as in iEugland and Scotland break Â¬ fast is taken whon ono pleases at no fixed hour During tbo wholo morning tho noble ownor of tho mansion is ex Â¬ tremely busy Tho upper Hungarian aristocracy still manage tho business details of their estates themselves and as may bo imagined this Is no small work since many of these domains aro larger than somo petty German states Such is tho ovoryday lifo of a Hunga Â¬ rian nobleman In winter ho generally goes with his family to spend a fow months in Budapest San Francisco Argonant diivoovcr tho estates of thoclia- - Henderson Route Louisville Henderson castle If r Si Louis Rj Co Timo Card In Effect June 20 97 East Hound SuLoul Vvansville llendcnon bpottiville Owentboro llawMvllle Cloverport Stepheniport IrvinRton llrandenburg ArrLouiivllI West Hound No 41 No 44 No 46 Iv 7 IS 053am 788 017 945 8 IS 7 Kim Afnpm 240 37 341 50J 622 6 03 440 621 745 10C7 1045 1112 1235pm No 8 61 851pm 245am 310 328 400 450 610 625 5 67 Ar Cincinnati 645am 1155am Ar Columbus nljam 5 55pm 11 05pm S5pm Ar Pittsburg 715am 650 am li soam Ar Washington 1 2opm Ar Daltlmore 750am to 15am 340 pm Ar Philadelphia la 3onn SSSPm Ar New York 905pm Ar Doston 3 oopm Nraln No 16 has elegant Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Cincinnali and Drnwlng room Sleeper and dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Hsltlinore Loulsvlla Noto No 16 a 35am 8 93am No 1 8 245Pm 605pm Train No 18 has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No ao has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers 017 7 3J 43 No 0 32 45 St Louis Springfield and the West No 44 No 16 No to 8 aopnt a 35am 8 13am Lv Louisville Ar St Louis lajcnn 640pm 7 isam 8 40pm Ar Springfield 9 33am North Yernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m 4I No Iv Louisville Ilrandenburg Iryington Stephensport Ploverport Owentboro Spotlsviile Henderson 7f0im 460pm 823pm 915 961 10 10 0W 0 43 lUweivllle Appearances One had long hair and a high collar and tho other had hair croppod oloso to his head Thoir silk hats wero n littlo rusty yot thoro was an air of gentility Evansvill Arrht Louis 8V4 35 916 It 35 1217pm 947 1110 1240 1040 115 7 32 U 720 739 1021 10 6 1068 062 daily 1148 1223am 12 6 115 720 Charlestown accommodation leaves at 3 30 p m except Sunday wv Trains Nos 16 90 nnd 44 hMacIcgantdaycoachea Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis TRAINS AirKlVE From West 7 sea m ia 15 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river For detail information rrgaFdlog rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc address US UHOWN W Ily OS Ticket Agent II District Pass 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHESSllROUGHt General Passenger A pent Cincinnati Ohio G II WAUKKL Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio is sj From East am 7 3 ao am s a rn la jj noon 64a p m f BAD ROADS TO BLAME Â¬ proposal hlank and afterward In the con- Â¬ tract and tho bond There was no evidence of bad faith on his part hut nevertheless by his inexplicable he made his frieud Moses Pen dergrass miserable for many years When Moses learned the facts he sent an honest and candid letter to the which is full of pathos care--les-ii- H Â¬ and homely dignity He said that he was not responsible for the mistake for Postmaster Buddy admitted that his I luitrucltona were perfectly clear hnvegOt to quit the contract he said I anl a poor man and have a family to support and how can I do it onl a year and hirea team besides giving my own If you can do time to tho business something to get me out of this scrape e the favor wilt never be forgotten I have now carried the mall for nine tnontliH and tho Government proposes to pay me only tJ You know that it taTndMk uoi right nor honest for the Govern- Wen l lo uutenuvauuige ui ma Jiuomne nicathVyfri d cprapel o joqr man to accept so and W1I4 tie mortoy or so much service At odrcca Warn y rate U am bound to quit and I I spent wiuld likefco be paid what is justly due se millffiB e Please let me hear from you soon JS rJaraY6ryixIpua wMy m 1 expects every man lo carry out his Tbfl Secos4 Aas4tant rost- nt 111 IHMI fil ft Meal wrote a leUtrto Moses me Le oy over tiww No ajnon lve to be carried Mat MportalUu U1 b am reibeat of the four ytta w mlizd tl r Ad o the 7 w tmM ami o born to f WoareM whfthave ft Butthe Govorniaewt has a hard heart Iiw Tf whuji bi0u IpaTm taeunatrv MP V qjgin ndit thatiMi wjaaLui And tlier i llkethaM ma iiniak U ttlAV BO HUWUi WOtKB u- ID vyy l I tlliy the Funueri In the Eat Find Their BuainoM Unprofitable A highly important fcatnro of tho highways question is tho effect good or bad roads havo upon tho local markots FJ and their sources of supply says tho Now York Tribune In all tho cities and largo towns of tho stato there is rt do maud for farm products nud for tho bulkier nud hcavior products suoh as hay mand Wo talked for a timo about his and straw and grain nothing gnrdon nnd vineyard I get out ovory In many casos tho surrounding coun- Â¬ afternoon ho said nnd work about I try is quito capablo of snpplying that Last summer one of our One demand in nil cases It should do so as find tho sun and air do mo good was sick with a severe- bowel trouof his nnns is n littlo disabled uud ho far as possiblo in most cases It docs not ble says Mrs E GGrfgwyFredericks is quito doaf in ono car Ho could not Instead supplies aro brought In by rail Our doctors remedies had town Mo hear vory well in tbo open air and nt or canal from far away perhaps from failed then we tried Chamberlains his suggestion wo returned to the houso other states while at tho sarao timo Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I livo with my tenant Ho is a veteran within n fow miles of tbo market thus which gave very speedy relief For of tho northern army ho said at tho supplied nro farms tfcat havo been sale by A II Fisher Cloverport and R door and thoro was a slight smilo abput ubaudoncd ns not worth working nnd his eyos New York Tribune A Shellman Stephensport others whoso owners nro In chronic dis- Â¬ content nnd despair at tho apparent im- Â¬ possibility of GOttlug profitablo prices for their crops Tho big farms of tho west they say monopolizo tho ranrkots and so farming hero no longer pays Now ono primo sccrot of tho trouble lies in tho bad roads which keep the producer nud tho consumer apart by making it difficult if not Impossible for tho farmers to got thoir produce to market Tho farmer 1000 miles away can get his crops to market by rail or canal moro easily and xnorochoaply than tho farmer only ton miles away can haul his In over roads that aro so billy and rough and miry that half a ton is a hoavy load for a harso to draw at a slow footpace It Is not that farms in tho oast aro no longer prodnctlvo nor that tbo eastern market no longer offers fair prices It is that tho roads between tho farms and tho markots aro so bad as to make sblpi mont unprofitable Good roads through Â¬ out tho farming regions adjacent to tho cities and towns would do moro than anything elso to restore prosperity to tho farmers cnabjing thom to got their goods to tho best possible market easily promptly and cheaply Good road would mean good farms good markets good prices and good times for all con- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ grand-children Â¬ about tho two men I saw thom this morning from tho window of n ohop house They walkod to tho sido door of a pawnshop ucross tho way aftor they had first taken a furtivo look about to They soo if anybody observed thom would not havo been seen ontoriug a pawnshop for worlds They oamo ont a minute later Tho ono with tho long hair had ono loss watch chain than ho had whon he went In They stopped within two feet of tbo door from which thoy had come Tho long haired man di- Â¬ vided somo bills with his companion Ho lookod at a littlo slip of paper in his hand nnd any ono might seo that tho slip was a pawn tickot Thero they stood for ton minutes by tbe side door of that pawnshop within sight of Sixth nvonuo and Broadway that all who walked might see that they had been to visit an avuncular rolativo Yet thoy would not havo thought of boldly entering that Now pawnshop by tho front door York Telegram Do Women Sharer said a I should think thoy do dealer in cutlery whoso specialty Is trains run through Solid to Eyansvllle Through parlor cars and rullman sleepers on all trains netween bt Louis Kvansvllle and Louis- Â¬ ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvington for Fordsvllle and Ilardlnsburs daily except Sunday H C MOKDUE A 5 1 A Louisville Ky A 1 t VaSfc t L II St L Ry FordsvEUe Branch TIME TABLE No 10 - 1 TAKING Dally DaTiy EFFECT MAY 30 1897 West Hound Trains exSun cxSun No 5 Jnt 1060am Lv IrvlnctonAr Garrield 11 25 1140 1147 1165 12 10pm 12 25 1235 12 65 Nol STATIONS Harned lunctlon Ilardlnsburg Junction Kirk Jolly Glendeane Dempster Dempster Hockvale Hound Train Daily I Dally ex Sun ex Sun No 2 No 3 9o0im 8 00 7 42 Safety Comfort 1 1 7i7 7 27- 7 17 7 02 Louisville 660 606 538 105 120 1 45 irFallsHouchlv Huth Asklns 6 30 6 20 6 44 LVassie Packet Line and Faat Mall Lin Between f r 1 1 1 2 05 165 215 5i0 a SO 525 26pm ArKndiilleTv Mitchell 5U 600am Louisville and Evansville STEAMBRS - Louisville H endersonSt Louis RvCo safety razors You would bo surprised nt tbo num Â¬ IETO- ber of them who como in hero to buy safoty razors nnd accessories as pres Â¬ ents for brothers cousins orsons thoy Talc I riff Effect But aro usually careful to oxplain they roqnlro tbo most minute directions At 630 oclck A V Snndajf Uaj 30 1397 for tho sako of thoir inalo rolativcs of Weil Sound Traini Xait Bound Train oourte as to tho way in whloh tho ra sors aro used But tbey mostly bear on 13 Mail A Mali thoir faces marked evidence of a person- Â¬ al nccossity for a mustaoho and whls Expri Kiprs STATIONS Expri Kxpr Daily Dally Dally Dally k6r demolisher I can tell thom at ouco 410pm 7 30am Ivuao ptar 2 35pm 45pm oven though they como thlokly voilod 2 20 DIM Kentucky St S3 On ono occasion a raggod littlo 631 1 60am 818 West Point 65 8 SI Howard street urchin camo iu and asked for ono 6 40 1145 661 Wtllowdala 82 135 045 of our best safoty razors I could not 6 48 1 IS 663 Itock Haven 8 35 64 8 42 Long Branch rofraln from asking him if ho wanted it 600 121 631 8 51 609 Ilrandenbnre 112 626 for himself 618 Kkron 869 102 K18 Ob ho ho ropllqd Quston It is for n C21 907 063 610 Irvington 915 045 lady outsldol Sbo is going to glvo mo 983 63 661 1037 923 Webster 6 50 sixpence for buying It I say guvnor 669 9 31 1021 Lodlburr 642 7 07 932 Pierce 10 20 do you think Ill get any more jobs like 64 712 Sainple 9 43 1015 630 it if I wait outsldof 9 61 720 Stephensport 1007 622 Addison 966 1002 Without thinking I told him ho 7 2t 618 969 Holt 9 69 615 might but alas ho was doomed to dis Â¬ 727 1011 739 Cloverport 8 03 945 Shops 9 40 appointment for with n persistence 7 43 CO SMUnan 927 49 worthy of a better causa ho rondo hint 1036 HawesvHJe 917 40 9 10 43 90 solf obnoxious to every woman who Pettlo S3 818 49 Falcon 903 18 lookod into our wlndowB by asking her 68 827 Iwisport 864 19 if she wanted n razor nud wo had final Â¬ 83J 8 47 Waltman 13 Powera 838 401 ly to threaten him with a pollcomau in 8 4i 863 Patei 827 863 9 05 order to drlvo tho kuqwlng young ras llMam Owensboro 818 8 41 143pm 016 Mattlngly 007 SS3 weekly cal 9 21 OrlClth 8 02 329 IS 925 Stanley 768 TIME SCHEDULE 4 E F D M Q RAGON Master W A Bishop Foraar Itjan 4 TARASOON L Fenny Matter L T Conaer Fataar 1 TELL CITY R II Ballard Matter W B Jf cwbell PwWr P 1 STAGGS Dally except SitafJay batwaaa LobIitW and Hew AmiterJam Freight thlpped by thli Una daHraraJ efaWt- er than by rail Trayelera will find tb iteaaie ava ar patted In eqolpmeat and aeeoBBiodAtlaax The belt culinary are employed m cook asii he menu It eijual to that of tha beat hotala Geueral officet 1T6 and 178 4Ut At LooIjTllle lJ P L PENMY W Wr HIT rtU Bopt O V Williams T 1 A uwwwooro mmmmmmm 5 xyr j- m aaaasssaaaaBiasaaaaajty - C 1 awojr--learso- ns cerned I i Wbh - iv i i n nmm-rw- - - vBBBL- - JVOrCSgOK BARNARD jm kur Bnurd nwtUd -- 111 n BBBr X i Mlu r ftottuoijitf KpOMUOM i Ut SEFwHvar BBaBlBflHHKMi rauii Hwand makfttb w my Lav Ma III I t rjfiiu hi f- artwRi V AND HIS FLYINO MACHINE mbmU on at the Thhhmn ExpeaitlM Ntatt- ptaoUMi alwhlp 11a Mat It up ia th tit M rw mttE KW MM MC Duut Tsbtrco bH ww ttmont Un iwf to quit tobacco eiuljy Mil lower be mm nctlo full of lire norvo d vior take tbe wonder worker IBM malm weak awn tron All drugcUMsata M teed Booklet Addreaa sd aaB4 Ira Sterling Hancdy Co- - Qhtwkf er Xw Ycra w Oarnta ttwubUe the stomach tho liver cure billow- 1 14 mm lieatlaobe UUjImm wF aw near MMsaoa eoniUvaUas Me mo W oeat tot bf all diruagfata XU eatr nil te take with MooTi HaruparUla rout Hoods aaajHH aaB A 9i9 0 47pm 96loo 9 32 1209 1217 202 Worthlngton Reads SnottsvUlt 12 21 lOlOnm J240Anlsr ItrnHrlnlvj Baisett 826 313 738 107 781 801 115 m 7 81 7 46 III S rJlnnDllupc A TralntNos 41 and 41 make connectlpn at Jr ylngton dally except Sunday with train to and mh huuw ww rurusvma Branch Only Una running Parlor Cara hatwaaa UuU Villi iwensoro and Henderson Only direct line to tho North and Xaat IVr Airtatr taloraaailon MOKyUK i6vr ioulsvuU Ky AO PA S I mi l hroushtlHfeNrVHHIil TTHMI V V f- WWHWPJs-aaassaraaay mmmmrm f tMH SMtAmMSBiKKBKnVml s- - THR BHHOKHNRIDGE raWQ OIvOYERPORT KY Breckenridge WXSME1DAY JULY ft - News 14 1S87 r Of Natlenal Demecrats at Tony Nicholas has returned from BIG SPRING Hardinsburg Lo c Alabama American sewlrg machines for 25 Dr Strother had a horso ovorcomu THB RACE M Hamman Son The Fly Wheel of 4- heat last week ELECTED SEVEN DELEGATES 125 buys an American sowing machine Clias Morris and John Meador Jr The Fair DrTutt Your Liver Pills are at M Hamman fc Sons visited in Eltzabethtown lost week Mies Bom Ryan ia yery ill the fly wheel of life I shall ever Everybody ho prepared to give the -INMies Zelma Strother was the guest of Tow ltnoa for ladles dreseoa ySuljserB Hon Lines S Wortham Will Act Miss Williams near Flaherty last week be grateful for the accident that Fair a strong welcome Ready made ow linen suits ASuIzers Soverat persons woro slightly shocked Witt Trje National Democrats Dr Hardin dentist from Brandenburg brought them to my notice I feel Without IhB parse lhr would be no fascination In the race to cause the riders Rebt B Fierce went to flaweavllle from tho lightning Friday was here three days lost week practicing as if I had a new lease yeeterday i of life to strain every nerve fo wla In the Future The American Tobacco Company has his profession D B Murray went to Owensboro Fairleigh Platte Cannon Col closed down for this season We want your irade we want Is mak u interesting for you to Misses Nettle Kurtz and Katie Nuz of J come a long ways In next weeks Issue- wo will give a de- Â¬ Cecilia are guests of Misses Ruby and to see us and with overy dollars worth or flooei are giving such values for the Diehard Bandy of Irvlngton was in scription of our cycle riders SHORT TALK BY DR NEWSOM Hortenso Miller money that you will come back for more tews Sunday Its to your lfare to como to see us You will be surprised when tho Fair Miss Annie Jones has returned from learn that tho crop is better than usual T Obae Galligan of Gannclton was in gets started Save your money Hardinsburg whore she has has been The protracted meeting at Tuckers tews Satarday A busy spring A big have the exclu Nearly all of the farmers in Tobins- Â¬ In response to a call of the State Ex- Â¬ visiting her brother and sister DRESS Flat is being largoly attended There BICYCLE lot of Dress Goods to Freak Mercer of ifardlnsburg was in port are through threshing wheat sivesgcy for Morgan Henry Hardin who has been visiting has been several Conversions and all ecutive CommitteOjpl the National Dem- Â¬ gan select from has left NVrTggooJa tews Saauay GOODS many short pieces that GOODS none neuer There will not be any preaching at ocratic party thd members of that party his parents Mr and Mrs J AV Hardin seem to be greatly interested in the AVe have never met will soon Home grown Watermelons can be worked up into in this county metat the court house in for a few weeks has returned to Chicago good work tho Fresbyterian church next Sunday something sold n tire of that brand that did not give be on the market Hardinsburg last Saturday The object Miss Lydla Ackley Clarkson ono of They are from late patterns satisfaction The Cloverporis will go to Rockport of the call was to select delegates to tho Big Samuel L Salter of Cannelton was in Prices sometimes cut holt in two It your wheel needs a new tire como Springs most charming young ladles Buoklen8 Arnica Salvo Ind today to cross bats with that club Better get them this week city Monday State Convention which meets In Louis- Â¬ visited Miss Fearl Joplln of Elizabeth the and lets talk the matter over The Best 8alvb In tho world for Cuts regular Bicycle Mrs Morris Beard of Ilardlnsburg is The valuo of an education is measured ville on the 14 lo nominate a candidate town last week Its no use to try and LanternsLanterns to 100 price 150 Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe- Â¬ for clerk of the Court of Appeals Those COOL reduced sweat it out by what you are able to accomplish from the gaeet of relatives Better Mrs Geo Casperke and Charlie Cos ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ make yourself more present were R L Newsom Oloverport Patch Rubber Tire Tape Cements of Mies Emma Tinius is in Henderson It porke of Brandenburg wero visiting blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions CLOTHING comfortable If you all kinds Bundle Carriers and Trouser B F Beard Frank Board W K Bar- Â¬ visiting Miss Minnie Camp John Morris Gregory alter a hard Miss Settle Clarkson her nioce last and postively cures Files or no pay re- Â¬ will como in and see Guards nes Ed Guthrie Hardinsburg L A week and part of stock of light weight goods you will this Henry and George Jolly of Hardlns spell of sickness is now able to be out quired It is guaranteed to give perfect ourpleased with thom Foote George E Drury Bewley vllle be again AVhen Old Crimp howls feurg were i tbe city Saturday Miss Jennie Hardin of Brandenburg satisfaction or money refunded Price If wo cant fit you we can have your John Moredock Garfield John Dean FRUIT around the corner this Wallie Liehen who has been attend- Â¬ Charley Dean Glendeane and Cliff and Miss Charlette Herndon of Irving 25 cents per box Fon Salb nY A R size hero in a few days N Hudson and daughter Vir- Â¬ Mrs It winter and asks how How about a straw hat ing school at Ware aw 111 has returned Howard McDanlels ton were here visiting Mrs J AV Har Fisher ginia went to Louisvlllo Monday CANS you feel you may re- Â¬ gret you did not can din and Mrs Ben Clarkson last Thurs Mrs Jamrt G Stephens of Alta Vista home Last week we sold a Dr Newsom called the Convention to WILD TAR FORK bottle to a lady in this more fruit was in the city Monday shopping Mies Katie Carrol this county is the order and stated the object of the meet- Â¬ day and Friday Mason self sealers in pints quarts and city Sho used as di- CHERRY directed told a friend half gallons Mr and Mrs Frank Haswell of Har geeatof her sister Mrs William Mc- ing Nominations for permanent chair- Â¬ John Griffin of Zanesville 0 says Cracken Crops aro Bplendid hero and farmers of its merits her friend Stone cans in quarts and half gallons man of the meeting being calfed for Mr dioebarg were in the city Monday PHOSPHATE I never lived a day for thirty years are encouraged tried it then ordered 3 Mr Alexander M Vance of Fierce B F Beard nominated W K Barnes Stone jugs too big mouth fellows of the 25 cent bottles William Sweeney of Owensboro is City Mo is without suffering agony until u box of the guest of his brother There being no other nominations Mr Miss Alma Goffs school closed Fri Â¬ and sent them to a frlond out of tho city that you can get your hand in to can De AVitts AVitch Hazel Salvo cured my the guesi of W D Holt at Holts bottom Scott Vance day with a nice treat was elected chairman of the cheaper than lemonade builds up fruit whole Barnes Its piles For piles and rectal troubles Tin cans for tomatoes and other fruits the system quick Miss Mayme Board of Louisville is make 10c 16c Miss Nellie Burks of Addison went to meeting Frank Board was elected sec- Â¬ cuts bruises sprains eczema and all Uncle Billy Tucker who has been 25c and 50c bottles to It Soldering outfits like tinners use only try visiting her aunt Mrs 0 W Moorman Glendeane Monday to join Miss Amanda retary skin troubles DeAVitts Witch Hazel sick some days Is still unimproved On motion of R L Newsom the chair Hammocks hammocKa u beautiful Deans house party Miss Mary Tablelng who has been Salve is unequalled Short Haynes Leavo or send us your order for fruits of all kinds line if you want one Babbago has Frank Haswell of Hardlnsbutg has an appointed a committee of three to select very sick for two weeks is now much delegates to attend tho State Convention excellent 45 gun that he will exchange improved MATTINGLY The committee were B F Beard W J -When you write to an advertiser tell for a good milch cow rTar Fork post office has been- changed Dean Jr and Cliff Howard Col Ell Garrett came out Saturday in from T H Bates to L 0 Tauls Mrs him you saw his ad in the BitECKKNitiDOE i While the committee was out arrang- Â¬ James Beavln went to Cannelton Fri Â¬ Taut tho postmistress abrau new blue suit He said lam ing Nawa a list of delegates tho secretary read day The storm of last Thursday ovenlng Mrs Elvira Babbage went to Rosetta a true friend of the blurs a letter from James Crawford of Steph Owen Whltehouso is traveling for the blew part of Len Stevie Wilson returned home Friday Monday to visit her daughter Mrs Eliza Tauls born away and eusport expressing his regrets at not benefit of the sick from Germantown where he has been diu other damages of minor importance Taylor being able to be in attendance on the AVlllie Brickey has been at tho Tar B II Bates and granddaughter Miss Miss Florence Cottrell will leave this visiting his sister Susan Davis Convention Another lottor was read Tho score as reported In lost weolpB is from Hon James S Wortham of Leitch Springs rusticating Docla baa returned from a visit to Ohio week for Glendeane to be the guest of AV BTaul is building a veranda in sue in favor of Hardinsburg should have fleld addretsed to Dr Newsom in which county Rev Owen Young and daughter friends beeu 15 to 9 instead of 10 to 5 eturned with them he declared his intention in tho future front of his residence The parties along the proposed road to Rev Richards filled his regular ap- Â¬ Is getting in some good work these days Miss Lilly Mattingly returned to her to act with tho National Democrats Miss Sallie Henry who has been for the Tar Springs have all signed the right and you should be prepared to protect home near Faynesvllle Saturday accom Mr Wortham f aid he expected to be pointment at Fisgah Sunday some months at J B Bates instructing of way yourself from his eoorchton rays for ho by her niece little Grace Wilson present at the State Convention in The farmers are sUUfied with the Mlsa Docla in music returned to her Mrs W W Hinds and daughter Katie will bo with us for some time and the weather men say hell home at Irvington lost Saturday Miss Tho farmer is in his glory when har Louisville on the 14 After these letters yield of their crop this season Nell went to Louisville Monday to visit cook everyone in his reach it tlieyro noi ciau in our vesting time comes Big dinners are were read Dr Newsom made a short Owen Young preached an excel- Â¬ Sallie made many friends while among Rev her parents talk commending in high terms the lent sermon at Tar Fork Sunday us by her happy sunny disposition and the special features pf the week City Bakery stock and fixtures for sale to say some of the boys miss her would Rev Donald M Grant will occupy the action of Mr Wortham and expressing Mr and Mrs C B Fato went to Jolly Co terms apply to Chas Riedel For pulpit of the First Presbyterian church the opinion that the National Democra- Â¬ Station Sunday to visit their son not half express it and it is thought that Oloverport Ky ono will go to Irvlngton soon to finish We now have everything that is desirable in the way of of Owensboro next Sunday morning and tic party would oe the Democratic party Willie fehorta new store building is about of the future because it was the party his musical course started undor Miss evening ir Goods R Kirk and nephow Arthur of Sallles Instructions the fact is ho told Goods completed and will be ready for the occu- Â¬ founded upon true Democratic princi- Â¬ Frof Logan came up from Owensboro ples He said Owensboro are boarding with 0 D us so and as he lives at Balltown we pants next week that they could nominate yesterday where he and his iamlly have a good man for Clerk of the Court of Hamhleton dont care to say just what he said but Mr and Mrs Zach T Hardin spent been visiting He will return and rejoin Appeals and S CFrank has returned from Jolly he said I want to go I feel I mustgo that he would be elected Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs them in a few days Dr Newsom and about all tho members Station where ho has been in tho inter- Â¬ I feci I ought to go and I feel I am go Â¬ John McGavock James Fulliam and Marvin Beard came AVe are giving bargains every day In Summer Furnishings and ing and that soon to and from the L B Fincke representing Lockyears down from Hardinsburg yesterday to as Â¬ of the Convention probably a dozen all est of the Joseph Ball estate take special painsln fitting you up comfortably for tho hot told expressed themselves as being expression of his face wo are sure he Miss Sallie Henry who has been at Business College Evanaville Ind was summor months Prices suited to the times hard times too sist the Oloverport base ball club in tho opposed to a fusion with any other poli J B Bates for two months has return- Â¬ meant it so Miss Sallie watch all trains in the city Monday game at Rockport to day for him tical organization ed to htr home at Irvlngton Mrs A Y- - Ford of Louisville arrived There will bo a mass meeting of the The committee appointed to select 0 L Rice and wife of Evansvllle yesterday morning to visit her mother Republicans A Real Catarrh Cure in the Bewleyyille district delegates to tbe State Convention at Ind alter an absence of eight years aro Mrs Annie E Brown 17 to nominate candi- Â¬ Louisville on the 14 reported the follow- Â¬ Saturday July The 10 cent trial size of Elys Cream here with relatives and friends M II Beard cashier of tho Bank of dates for magistrate and constable ing delegates and alternates which was Balm which can bo had of tho Owen Duncan and sister Miss Rena need Hardinsburg was in the city Monday r AV K Barnes B druggist Is sufficient to demonstrate its consequences Feathers certaluly Mrs C B Sklllman of this city adopted Delegates of Hardinsburg were tho guests of once in awhile earoute to Owensboro accompanied by her sister Miss Eva F Beard Cliff Howard George E Misses Maggie and Eflie Hamhleton last great morlt Send 10 cents we mall it a renovating Misses Annie Kasey Ella Daisy and Young of Morganfield The Irvlngton B V R 0 has one Full size 50c are spending a Drury W D Holt W J Dean Jr F week Lulu Crist are visiting relatives and weekor two at French Lick Springs N Delluy Alternates John AV Vest ELY BROS 50 AVarren St N Y Olty particular bright spot on memorys page When you Go v Dr AVm MUner of Uuion Star was truly a Red let- Â¬ friends at Rome Ind Catarrh caused difficulty in speaking Longfellows day was Tho following fourth class post masters John Moredock L A Foote James o There will be a party from Greenville were appointed Saturday for Kentucky Crawford C B Sklllman Enoch Norton called last week to tho bedside of Mrs and to a great extent loss of hearingt ter day with them Notwithstanding and some Forrest Fate Mrs Fato has been an By and Willis Fayne Hardlntburg to arrlye next week to spend sevoral H D Smith Fordsvllle Ohio county JL4 the use of Elys Cream Balm drop Â¬ tho extremely warm day fv v invalid for four years bridged over tho to be A furthur motion was made request weeks at the Tar Springs of mucus has ceased volco and difficulties ping W F Gerkins Willowdale Meade coun- Â¬ luncheon a success AVeddlng bells ore rolling the old hearing have greatly impoved ing all sound monoy Democrats in the J AV exercises wereaffair and thoThe J 0 Ahesion from Danville Ky has ty young ladles was a unique county to attend tho State Convention folks are scolding still tbe boys and Davidon Atty at Law Momouth HI AT THE for the past few days in bees in the city Mrs Jesse Tinius of Fbilpot is visit- Â¬ who Berved it the sweetest over seen on the 14 and the meeting then girls go strolling every Sunday regard the Interest of Old Center ing her father Mr J J Dyor Mrs adjourned The guests all seemed to enjoy the day less of parental objections BEWLEYVILLE Mrs Clarence E Keith and children Tinius is in very poor health and her and the circle does truly disiro to havo came over from Leitcbfleld yesterday to friends are in hope a the change will be Only 100 Per Day Vim vigor and victory these are somo of these nice people enrolled next There Is a time for every thing and be with Mr and Mrs J E Keith beneficial Look out for the eclipse July 20 year characteristics of DoAVltts Little Early the time to attend to a cold is when it Mrs R T Folk and children went to Golden Rod A 350 new piano in any wood for 108 Risers tho famous little pills for consti- Â¬ starts Dont wait until you have con- Â¬ Many farmers are stacking their wheat the country Sunday to seo her mother on easy terms Largest factory in the pation biliousness and all stomach and sumption but prevent it by using One this year Mrs William Beavln who is quite sick world Can save you agents commis- Â¬ liver troubles Short Haynes Minute Cough Cure tbe greatest remedy Burning itching skin diseases instant Â¬ David Hardaway made a trip to the Good Sample Rooms Geo 0 Harris Frank Hall and 8am sions on piano or organ Kimball Music for coughs colds croup bronchitis and city last week ly relieved by Do Witts AYitch Hazel A severe lightning storm passed over all throat an I lung troubles Short Board came in from the Tar Springs House 352 Fourth street Louisville Ky Mrs R N Mlllor visited Mrs Figgott Sal ye unequalled for cuts brulsesburns city afternoon accompan- Â¬ Haynes Moaday where they have been taking It heals without loavlng a Bear Short 0 F Caabman of Union Star was in thisby last Friday The lightning a few days lost week struck heavy rain a weeks outing Haynes the city Saturday Mr Cashman is an ied Moorman Hardaway was off In quest the new Fresbytorian church doing con- Â¬ Mies Mary Lewis Clarkson is visiting applicant for the prlncipalsbip in the PERSIMMON FLAT of a school AVednesday siderable damsge to tho tower and roof A Pleasant Event ia the eoaatry and will be one of a merry school hero He is a deserving young Men were at work yesterday repairing Mr and Mrs Ed Smith attended sing beaee party at Miss Zell Strothors de man and fully competent for the place None but the County Surveyor to do vour R S Carter went to Tell City Ind One of the most pleasant occasions of ingechool Saturday afternoon the damage work He lithe authorized Surveyor of the liflfetfal home ia Big Spring Saturday John C Jarboe a successful farmer in County I Sunday n eiperlcoced Vrorkman and the season was tho Longfellow celebra- Â¬ Mies Peyton Stlth of Louisville Is Sons have The firm of AVillim Vest knowi hii builncis He it alio Notary Public Loaleville Times the lower bottoms has in something AVednesdayi tion which occurred on last Lee Payne attended Sabbath School at visiting friends in our community wrltei Deedi and takc Acknowlcasemcdts Charge alwayt Heatonable Mis Callie French with Frenchs like 100 acres of wheat To a Nuws added several new and stylish cases to Uites Run Sunday Irvlngton Ky Fine weatbtr for making hay the past at About fifty guests were prosent who Addroae Biamtloa No 2 is likely to drop at the representative he said that tbe wheat display their assortment of goods In a Chas Cox of Tobinsport Ind was In week The yield is an average one wharf moet any moraiag Be prepared crop would be an average yield of last few years this house will equal any of our midst last week enjoyed overy featuro of a well gotten the well equipped stores in the city Misses Edith and Ethel Heron are tho up and well executed program The or tbe scare aa the show Is said to be year Mr and Mrs Emmett Hawkins were guests of AVilla and Ernestine Drury COUNTY SURVEYOR Miss Settle Taylor of Rosetta left last They are constantly making improve Â¬ excellent this trip beautiful singing of Misses Henderson ments to attract tbe eye of the buyer visiting relatives near Stepliensport HARDINSBUROi KX Misses Mary and Kate Stlth continue and Bennett was much enjoyed A Miss Mayme Ridgely Griffith will Joia Monday for Arkansas where she goes to tuneful duet The Curfew was well Dr Rice Pennington and wife came up Sunday to be the guests of Miss Maiy Blanford earty from Owensboro to day oa the teach Miss Sallie her Bister accom Â¬ a John Fayne sold last week one mulo rendered as were the solos A Psalm of B F Russell will sing at Irvlngton Dtefuaer Ragoa who are making the panied her as far ae Louisville Miss from Owensboro Monday to visit his old trip Mies Mayme Crutcber one Battles many friends wish ber much home Rice is in poor health and he three years old to 0 D Payne Harned AVednesday July 14 at 8 oclock Instead Life by Miss Henderson and a charm Â¬ mad AVhy Dont You Speak For ing ballad hopes the fresh pure air and the grand for f 60 of the party will stop off on their retara success in her new borne of afternoon as announced Gid Carman and wife of Harned were Yoursel John by Miss Bennett Ml Griffith a visit F Fratze merchant of this city will old hllleof Breckenridge will do him to aw B F Russell our singing teacher has Tho table talk embracing periods in clubs build an addition to hie store house and good All hie friends join in the hope the guests of J A Fayne and family a class of twenty five members at Salem Tfce Males aad Pinacalee Longfellows life was patlcipated in by exeJUag aaate Moaday It put in a new Iron front Mr Fraize does that he may be fully restored to hie Sunday had a very church near Brandenburg several members of the club and was mlLM aaai a cJosa ouu that tlifiv were this to be out of danger in case of fire former vigorous manhood Leo Payne went to Harned last week --r m Ray Keith Philip Cain with five or quite entortalning The luncheon was to accept a position as salesman for 0 xne riaa and to reduce the rate of insurance Mike Tieraey of aeer Victoria was la jmm to play tea taaiagj bIx other young men are in Jefferson served picnic fashion and eacli guest Wkei eaaw o at e top with the score Work will commence at once towa last week Ia conversation with a D Payne county employed in harvesting hay was provided with a dainty menu card Spring Back is the name of a little news man he said Mis Jennie Blake who has been very I have 31 acres of etaadtef 21 to 22 ia their favor Mis AV N Drury Mr and Mis T J tied with tho club colors from which to acknowledges the receipt of boat that lauded here last Thursday wheat that will average 30 bushels to the low for sometime we are glad to Bay is Jolly and several others attended the The Nswa Many amusing order his luncheon eewplimeatary tickets to the Hawesville with quite a party from Louisville to acre when threshed This crop wae well improving Bay View moeting at Irvlngton Wed Â¬ incidents aroeo from persons falling to There were a number cultivated on strong hjll land drilled and Cycle Clab meet Tuesday Jaly 20 Mempble Tenn The hot and dry weather we aro hav Â¬ nesday follow the courses Great pieprUoM are being made and of Louisvilles prominent men aboard fertilized I have never tried this before ing is very detrimental to tho corn and One gentleman was found struggling Tho Evening Post not long ago sug Â¬ and all seemed to have a jolly good and It pays W w ao attend will be assured of cour tobacco crop gested tbe Idea of a society for men to with a joint of fried chicken a dish of Unless you need them and time tooua fceetaaeat frosa the member Mrs Elizabeth King and little daugh- Â¬ coajuder the maintenance of their salad and generous slice of cake his Randall McGavock this county wae then only runs drugs euch as James Klncbeloe of Hardiaeburg will be ia attend- cycll Setae acted ia town Moaday Mr McClavock will ter Grade went to Petrie Sunday to order having been Maidenhood Trust bta aro sold by responsible drug Â¬ He to Moving ia twelve days reach the ripe old ga of vielt relatives wae In towa yesterday Â¬ Her Not and Excelsior Another un iss Earl Sanders of Eltzabethtown gists We keep only thebeet We leant that Ilea D K Murray has to Carralltoa Ky where he iatoade to 77 While tlking ta a Nkws represen Â¬ Mies Genie Beavln Oloverport was fortunate upon asking the guest of Mjb Smith She attends Clock on the Stairs and for The Old Mr tative be reatarked the jewelry buelaee The Spirit of 1 have beea work vrfll be invited to deliver aa eater That is the great distinction er the gucet of the Misses Irene aad jM meetings and iu a Welcome visitor to Poetry found himself the unhappy be looked for when the time 1 ft the Teaaessee xpeakloa at Klncbeloe toaaextmplary yoHagBMB lag bard lee tbe peat week In the harvest Florence Elder last week Kuer iriesue Hies Baauer was lormer poasessor of a corn dodger and a dish to that field aad I rather eajey Mr add will make a useful cltizaa tfaskHrtife m seaae day to be fixed Vn it He ia poe Walter Meador aad Emmett Bate y a reeideat of Sewleyville and it is of ice cream VWUi4 M4Mb YUll IIWVM IVIU eeaed of wach vttaHeyaad will ae doab M array wil atere aartJeakwly reareeeat place The luncheon was most delightful aad gwate of Mioses real sice to have her In oar mldet Glevetport wbm the Nowhere else will you n4 so eHar ia la tbe mesa eerde will servo as a pleasant live lor maoy yean a eeaM Fiof Georee Lbom adlefcrckirvcy WeaWra Ximkr The Lacy aad Mary Johneoa Saaday No oee doable tbe verity of the text souvenir of the day complete a ttocav I good at the Heyeer House eaearye Wt wa hefe to be able to eoea ate bow located Mr Heary 0 Bapl a New Yotk U There will be a aitadoaary ateeiiag We leader a vote of thanks to those WBid are tbe peaeoeaakerB bat time now to mmn that nu taM aiMfltoakw are greatly wrprtoiag the people with ia WaabiafWM earoeae to his eld uoate at flee Hltea Raa Soadey next Key Dg tbere ie aaotber tbat it h wall worth entrpiIng clab women for theee readiaaa cine Ifta km kaa oreaaleed ia Oew their woadetfal aad aoearateafejht JaUjr ta Haweavilla Ha ae aeeepted a aeai gjaa will aoadaet tbe eerviee All aro wbile lo eeaeidwr eaaieelang He tbat pteateat oecaetoea which are both ia tractive aad eatertalalM aad eo aee We carry a caajdate g JJIJilnMaf afcad of a lod Mostly Their visit eade oa ftatar Jay thafcr Uaa fat obarae of tbe eamaiwinteaea aad eerdiaUy iavited tddlilb with latUe beioaalB aot to dttetlve of Mlowablp and kladly fck ahll raa Utat part of 17 Aa a eoavisatag P WMwIia of Um ew York aad Pauey known patent medic A Guar TboBMoaMfbipieakateMid Caador bia b like oa that tabettt a dog lag e Ac aeaauai Jty they acme to toll tbe naiae yo dMraM h mtf flair of aapef Maea1 yiidey aifbk I lean wee a aa vaaia Ooaiaaay ipaaufcrtare ToUt gootU of eyj vtoiawr at a tfeaae Advhw apos word to kaown and of each l MwiwaitM aIp aad fheailaal feata probably U Te ear A OeM la See My tfoh Prices a ia aigkl auk or Ow advioe toto glv largaat oooaara al ia kiad ia tbe world em Taorewaia latge crowd paraaal M M ha aaea our miafortaa aa to UeffaiMofWa aad aU eeaaMd lo eajoy tboaearim tbafliabonia tbe hjajjliar hadam elaaiea p at call bonai a as to Tak Laaarlfa Brew Qniaiaa Ifcbje to tbea a CJaaHer Joarnal Washington special eetoaeoftey It to too The farmers are doao with their wheat around Irylagtm peo- - All Pnvdatj Mfoad that wonay il Jflaiki imarin iva eat We hay been given the alga Ohargrt M oaato a4 1 Laito private barvrei and one eaa boar tbe tbceaher pUUMtaaleealbay beratbotr ateJsere to Care Jtfe Fo Bale by K NrfeMiaaMthaboawithaaMotpkaa- - eatraaoo Ant door Seat of poet ofRe teaaese habit r nUe wk hamming from early mora till dark 1 tewMtatafr dfee will be the ataa Btopbaaapott Ky an dnoitot See atga - Wht a change ia the weather The Fair will soon be open Tow linen for mens suite Suiters Mrs William McOrackeais quite ill John Simons of Tobinsport is very Li CONVENTION n f vlU hiv Wairfhhnna A UUlgllUUlDi al Brevities Iorttfy the body against disease jj Jty Tutts Liver Pills an abso Â¬ lute cure for sick headache dys- Â¬ pepsia sour stomach malaria constipation jaundice bilious by ncss and all kindred troubles J Strong Fortification BBBBBBBaMaaaBaaaBBBBBaBBBaBBBBBMaaaaBaBMBaaBBaaaaBBBBBai its the nm --t THAT MAM tile TERESTING -- - Tutts Liver Pills -- - IP Wg w d2 Old Sol BHHP Cool Summer Wearing Apparel Un-derwct-- Summer Dry and Dress Shoes and Slippers Licht Summer Suits Straw Hats Parasols Umbrellas Fans Etc W E BROWN IRVINGTON 5sXiXBSi M 9k STOP Hk Sv idg BARNES HOUSE te Best Accommodations YOU SHOULD EMPLOY I CHINTZ ROYALTY Dont use Drugs ttnnd lffes v 99 WU te aaIJeattodri PW w wttaiwa 6 tHS SROltANRIDQ itdint GUOYKftFOH Hds 9r KV k aBaBsm ST- - tt nmmmmmBmaatmajamttumt iBBBViaasrrUiak49jrWBMBB aBaaf JaafBWBMaWBVYrwaBVBBBsriitji BHerasrsV BjlCXEKRiDCE WiCOEMSDAY KEYfS JULY lim r tPEMOCliATIC TICKET FOR CI EIIK COUNT OF APPEALS SAM SHACKELFORD ATTORNEY Foncmcurr judge JUDGE T R MoBEATH FOR COMMONWEALTHS WEED S CHEtfF FOR STATE18KNATOR ELLTAIfcABHCRAFT WV I- - TICKET 1UDGK - IkslMSK- - f If f 1 K air ff- BbfiV FOR REPRESENTATIVE J- - H LENNIN FOR COUNTV W E MINOR FO1 COUNTY CfKnK T A McGILL Deputy FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY AMHARDIN GUS BROWN i - FOR CIRCUIT CIKUK itoO Pf Rri- sunfi RICHARD OWEN FOR R S SKILLMAN FOR JAILER 4 V a kAf- i J D BEELER it FOR ASSESSOR REV GEO E MORRIS FOR SUPT SCHOOLS L K HARMAN - HP fflk fe HC F0R SURVEYOR JOLLY FOR CORONER LEE BISHOP i J f f L REPUBLICAN TICKET - FCR HEHIIESKNTATIVK FOR COUNTY JUDGE JOHN P HASWELL JR WM AHL FOR COUNTY CLERK fKf 8B ffi5 K rKV KsKt1 fl V MW OWEN CUNNINGHAM FOR COBVTY ATTORNEY R- - N MILLER Folt CIRCUIT CLERK SHERMAN BALL FOR SHERIFF XWktl N J V B BURTON FOR JAILER I V I r H Ejtfc P Ee1 V GUS SHELLMAN J0HN FOR FOR ASSESSOR H- - COMER SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS FOR SURVEYOR H 3Bb EA ANDREW DRISKELL fK chintz royalty FOIt couONER JOHN SPENCER Rambling Thoughts ny nkmo Copyrighted by Dawe Tabor Continulnf our comments upon the qu stlon of the proper care ot the feeble- Â¬ minded let me in order to emphasize the demand for prompt and general ac- Â¬ tion make a lengthy mention of some facta set forth by E P Dicknell Esq Secretary of the Indiana State Board of Charities I have up special reason for selecting Indiana above other States for all have the same conditions to con- Â¬ tend with but hla statements are near at hand where I am writing this and they Bpeak with greater authority than my unsupported statements would do The great threatening dan Â¬ He says ger from the increase of is the frequency almost certainty witli which It is passed from parent to Take the fact that children there are over 5000 feeble minded per Â¬ sons in Iudlana today of whom about one half are women and think of that in its relation to the other fact that 100 feeble minded women of whom we have partial records are the mothers ot at least 140 feeble minded children and the real significance and danger of the He situation begins to bo apparent then gives inauy family histories in In diana one of which innst be inserted here as a typical one that ought to arouse my readers from any lethargy in regard the subject and force them to a determination that such things must stop and becauso they must they can bo made to Â¬ V asylum butllvolun nelghtoring coun ty whore they are glyen assistance by a township trustee Thlscouplo has one child of whose mental condition I havo no information Tho other slstor Maf garet has a daughter feeble minded and unmarried who works in another coun- Â¬ ty and a feeble minded Bon now in tho school for fcoble inlnded This woman has also borno two or three other child- Â¬ ren now dead but all said to have been feeble minded 01 the son Andrew wo have no record Hois dead and probab ly died in youth The eon George Washington married a feeble minded woman ana a leeble minded son was born to them Qeorge Washington after wards separated from his wife and later married a socond feeble minded woman Before marriage this woman had borne an illegitimate child by George Washing ton Tli Is child was also feeble minded It should be remembered that nearly all tho persons referred to in this family record have been during tho whole or a part of their lives a burden upon the community Every member of the fam- Â¬ ily so far as known has been feeble- Â¬ Probably one half the mem- Â¬ minded bers of tin family have been illegitimate Those who havo entered into the mar- Â¬ riage relation have had Uttlo or no re- Â¬ spect for it and there is much doubt as to the legitimacy of tho children born to married mothers Tho history of this family is not closed As itstauds to day there are probably thirteen members supported wholly or chiefly through public funds Hardly a year passes that other feeble minded illegitimate child- Â¬ ren are not born into tho family The burden upon tho tax payers grows great- Â¬ er and the curse of feeblemindedness and illegitimacy spreads It must be apparent now to all who read with head and heatt in combination that this country cannot afllordtohave this taint of preveiitihle imbecility gain Â¬ ing stronger and stronger hold upon our vitality Broad plans faithfully crrried out must be adopted else tho evil will grow beyond our control In the first place all feeble minded wo- Â¬ men during the child bearing age should lie kept in institutions other than the poor asylums of townships Next though feeble minded men are not likely to find wives among normal women they ought for their own sakes and for the sake of making them productive laborers to be gathered with their kind in insti- Â¬ tutions where the whole plan is for the b Befit of these defectives and where the constant watchfulness as to occupation makes work stimulating to the feeble in- Â¬ tellect Further we must put away all senti- Â¬ mental protest against these thousands being forced to celibacy Celibacy is tho only way to stop this stream There aro higher duties thau reproducing our kiud The lato war removed ten times ten thousand and thousands beside from life and all chance to marry yet we admire them for their self surrender The Catholic clergy forgo marriage in order that they may be free to go hero there and everywhere at the call of sarred duty we admire them also The highest duty of self is to serve soci- Â¬ ety and we merely wish to call these defectives to a grander battle than any fought witli weapous a battle with in idiocy illegitimacy sanity pauperism and vice waged by those who heretofore havi from no conscious fault of their own been working entirely on behalf of these evils Every State must he aroused through its legislature to take action based upon an intelligent understanding of the whole question To this sacred duty to generations yet unborn I trust some of my readers will pledge themselves Tho question of expense will solve itself since we cannot choose whether or not we shall support the feeble minded for we do now at expense individually greater than it could possibly be in a well ordered asylum village with ample tillable ground around It Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Neither has over married poor asylum Mary had borno six or seven children Two Or three havo been deal for years aud their mental condition is not posi Â¬ Two daughters now liv Â¬ tively known the school for feeble minded ing are in and a son who died within a few years wax feeble minded A third daughter is feeble minded and is the wife of afeeblo minded man They are not in the poor in kntnlib Thoi o was grcnt oxaitomcni orio day ht n small ilutsinu port on tho Baltic Tho captain of a newly arrived forolgu vessel was arrested for tho alleged rrhno of having attempted to bring n largo number of dynaniito bombs Into tlio country of tho czar They brought tho unhappy man boforo tho judgo who hopponed to bo ono of tho few intelli- Â¬ gent men in tho town Whom aro tho bombs said tho jndgo On board the ship said tho police Thero is a small cargo of them said tho judge Go and fetch ono It is dangerous to touch it said tho police said tho jndgo I cannot convict unless havo tho material evidence Bring mo n bomb With jnnoli trepidation and many precautious they at last brought ono on tk cushion of cotton wool Tho judge laughed n most unjudicial laugh is a cocoanut ho said That And so it was London Tit Bits Freo Fills Send your address to II E Bucklon Co Chicago aud get a free sample box of Dr Kings New Life Pills A trial will convince you of their merits These pills aro easy in action and are particular- Â¬ ly effective in the cure of Constipation and Sick Headache For Malaria and Carbuncles AHMftred EmH atoMafi Until Was Purified WWi parHIa An Irtcfefont Ulcer For soveral years I was troubled with carbuncles on my left sido and my back They would disappear in winter and ro turn tho next summer I began taking Hoods Sareaparilla and have never had any carbunclos since My Uttlo son had a fever and an indolent ulcer appeared on his loft limb and spread half way around it Our physician recommended a blood purifier and I gvo tho boy Hoods A Saraaparllla with gratifying results Q B James rolkvlllc Miss i I havo been a great sufferer from mus Â¬ cular rheumatism and In October began I contlnuod taking Hoods Sarsaparllla Its uso until January when I could go about as well as any one and I havo had I Y Minnick no acuto pains since Grand Isle Louisiana Is sold by all druggists rrlcolilx for 85 are the only pills to tako HOOd S PHIS with Hoods Barsaparllla Herasrsv BeralersV aBsfsaersVsaVsirsrsV 3 LOOK HERE ABOUT POTATOES Hoods Sarsaparilla hesitancy is folt in recommending such varieties ns While Star Rural Now Yorker No 3 American Wonder Car Â¬ man No 3 Governor Rusk nnd Sir Wil- Â¬ liam ns thcflo havo been roportcd on favorably from bo many scotlons Bo garding less known varieties timo must dcoido on tholr merits Just bocauso a certain variety has given a fair yiold this year it docs not follow that it will do equally woll next season Tho causes of variation from year to year in tho samo varioty cannot bo duo to tho soil alone Itria not uncommon to bo nblo to solect two hills of tho Bnmo varioty sido by Bide tho ono far moro productivo than tho other Tho 16 varieties giving tho heaviest yiold iu order of productiveness ut this station woro Reeves Roso Whito Roso t tho New Hampshire Bta Varieties Talked About Eighty varieties of potatoes wero test Â¬ ed Inst season at tho Now Hnmpshiro station In n roport ou results littlo iperlmenls tlon FARMERS fc aa arsSISrsSIBSISISBBBSBSSSBBSSHSn SB V TSr Who Tays the TaxT Tho Republican claim that tho for- Â¬ eigner pays tho tax is amply proved Liver troubles they have been proved by tho following letter which will apinvaluable They are guaranteed to be peal to tho people of Nebraska and Iowa perfectly freo from every deleterious sub- Â¬ as it interests them particularly Omatta April 10 stance and to bo purely vegetable They The Albion Milling Company Albion Neb TfiwoughbrecrK Oentucukm Aiuworlng your Inquiry of tho do not weaken by their action but by 7th nut Tho explanation ot tho recent marked giving tone to stomach and bowels great Â¬ advance tn tho prlco of burlap bags la in thii ly invigorate tho svrtcm Regular size prcMpccttvo changes in the tariff Undur tho Wilson bill they aro on tho freo list but tho 25c per bottle f oldby A It Fisher Dlngloy bill provides for a duty which would Druggist amount to Bomcthlng over 1 cant per ta on tho 00 inch eight ounce burlap Tho prlco made jrou on your recent invoice li the lowest which Two OtanU wo can offer on tho present market Yours Cojanns n Swedish giant who was 0 truly Bniis Omaiia Bao Oompadt rOTATOM OF PKOM1SE M C Pktzrs Manager feet high was on exhibition in London Governor Rusk Vicks Perfection in 1743 and soveral Old handbills still Tho consumers of burlap bags who exist which set forth tho measurements livo in this section of tho country need Woodbury Whito Sir William Qnick of this freak of nature Thirty years not imagiuo that tho increased prico of Crop Woodhulls Seedling Vnughan later we havo Charles Byrno who was bugs concerns them Tho foreigner has Whito Mountain Late Puritan Quoon of tho Valley King of tho Roses Leon 8 feet 4 inches in height in his stock to pay it inged foot Ho howovcr died young Congressman Champ Clark in his ards Fovorito nnd Whito Star Tho first at tho ago of 23 from hard drinking speech ou tho Dlnglcy tariff bill said named yielded 45S busholsper aero and Cotter OByrno another Irish giant the passage of tho bill will force every tho last 300 bushels Tho averago pro Â¬ followed a few years later Ho was morchant in tho land to muko a tariff ductiveness of nil varieties por aero was born at Kinsalo in 1701 and at tho age for revenue only speech every time ho 344 bushols Tlioro was very littlo dif- Â¬ ference iu tho effectiveness of muriato of 1G was 8 foot high This by tho time eoIIs a bill of goods across the counters ho was 23 had increased to 0 feet 4 Tho nhovo letter is only ono of the tariff aud sulphato of potash on potatoes Ono inches and thon ho changed his uamo speeches referred to by the eloquent uud appears to bo about as effectivo as tho other Those treated with corrosivo sub to OBrian in order to mako pcoplo witty Missouri congressman World limato gavo on an average 10J por think that ho was descended from King Herald cent less scab than thoso untreated or Brian Boroiiimonnd wenton exhibition The Airships Mysterious Voyage about 35 bushols to tho acre At that business ho of courso Eoon Tho nirship that was launched in Potatoes attracting attention and con- Â¬ realized n very comfortablo fortnno nnd retired dylug at Clifton on Sept 8 Kashvillo Inst week has disappeared sidered sufficiently promising to bo the subject of illustration aro Country Gen1804 His will especially provided that from sight but by accounts of cutiro his body should bo thrown into tho sea ly reliablo observers it was last seen tleman medium Into roso color shallow iu order to provent tho surgeons from heading for Canada Intimations aro eyes HonovyoRoso good size shallow thrown out that after taking on au as Â¬ eyes Early Thoroughbred Whito Ohio cutting it np London Standard sorted cargo of dutiablo goods tho ship claimed by iutroduccr to bo tho earliest If your eyes feel liko sand were under will rccross tho lino and laud its cargo whito potato Roso No 0 a late red the lashes If they burn and your sglit in somo quiet spot far from the roach of variety Undo Sam heavy yicldcr of custom houso ofllccrs In regard to such tubors of fluo quality is indistinct Sutherlands Eagle Eye a cargo it would bo extremely difficult Tho Sir William potato is reported to Salve will make them right It has to apply Secretary Goges circular of bo n vigorous and prolific lata varioty cured thousands of carci of sore eyes instructions for the retroactive section which did woll at tho Now Hampshire and granulated lids of long standing of tho Diugley bill Philadelphia Recstation Professor Green of tho Ohio It cures when others fail It is harm- Â¬ ord experiment station after having grown less Drupfists sell it Short Hay it on dlfforont kinds of soils for two THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE years says It is an almost ideal pota- Â¬ nes to both forhomo uso and for markot Dr I B Chumborlaiu of tho Ohio The Monkey ami the Cats Luntf Troubles and Consumption Can be Farmer claims it to bo tho best potato ho over grew Cured Reovos Roso which heads tho list for productiveness at tho New Hamp- An Eminent New York Chemist and ScienÂ¬ jtr E 2L- - HERE IS A M0ry KNAPSACK SPRAY PUMP With Patent Agitator for spraying vour tobacco orchard vineyard or A convenient outfit with which you can cover 4 t G ncres of tobacco in one day Tho tank holds five gallons and is flt ted with lid nnd strainer which can be removed Tho pump is My ere Regular Brass Bucket Pump with large air chambers ball valves solid plunger and agitator We wish to call attention to the fact that this is the only knapsack outfit on tho market with an agitator This sprayer is so arrangod that no water can drip on tho operator can be carried by hooking snap in staple on the opposite side provId ed for that purpose making a neat handle as shown by dotted lines Tho handle lever can be shifted from right to left shoulder at will AVe are eoIo rgenta for the A first class outfit at a reasonabla price E j gnneral use Just the thing IZjJ Z- y stw sa - j Z3 -- Z3 g i 3 Â¬ Â¬ t 7 a y j fe above sprayer in Breckenridge county EE eltl T-- TTvT- - -OrES -A- c3s OO- - IMIQTJ AirOY IKY 3 Â¬ nimmuu Salaries of Kulers ill isvewaya- - illlillilliirc- Â¬ Â¬ Tho royal family of England coats tho British government in round numbers 3000000 annually Of this sum tho qucou recoives noarly 3000000 a year besides tho revenues from tho duchy of Lancaster which amount to a quarter of a million Tho lord lion ton ant of Ire Â¬ land receives 100000 a year for his sorvices and expenses and tho Princo of Wales 300000 a year Tho president of Franco rocoivos 340000 a year for salary and expenses an enormous salary when it is remem Â¬ bered that tho republic is sweating un- Â¬ der a stupendous national debt of mora than 0000000000 tho largest debt ever incurred by any nation in tho Italy oan havo 10000 men world slauahtcrcdJiuAbyssinia and still pay her king nues from vast estates belonging to tha royal family Tho czar of nil tho Russias owbi iu fco slmplo 1003000 square miles of cultivated land aud enjoys an inooBi i of Tho king of Spain Utile 13000000 Alfonso XIII if ho bo of a saving depo Â¬ sition will bo ono of tbo richest sov Â¬ ereigns in Bnropo when ho comes of ago Tho stato allows him 1400000 a year with an additional 000000 for family expenses Wo aro said to bo tho richest- - natloB on earth yet our presidonta salary s only 50000 a year It was only 3S Pittsbarg Dis 000 from 1780 to 1873 fOOOOO a year Tho oivjl list of tho Gorman emperor is about 4000000 a year besides large reve p- 1 Bah OHSriE lLXXXXOT I Â¬ tist Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers Tho distinguished New York chemist T A Slocum demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis and all bronchial throat lung and chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal affections general decline and weakness loss of flesh and all conditions of wastÂ¬ ing away will send THREE FREE BOT TLES all different of his Now Discov Â¬ eries to any aflllcted reader of the Bceck knmdqb News writing for them His New Scientific Treatment hoH cured thousands permanently by its timely use and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity hi donate a trial of his infallible cure Science daily develops new wonders and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ menting for years has produced results as beneficial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius His as sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ tion are curable in any climate is proven by heartfelt letters of gratitude filed in his American and European laborator- Â¬ ies in thousands from tboso cured in all parts of the world Medical exports concede that bron- Â¬ chial chest aud luug troubles lead to Consumption which uninterrupted means speedy and certain death Simply write to T A Slocum M 0 08 Pine street New York giving post ofllce and express address and the free medicine will be promptly sent Suffer- Â¬ ers should take Instant advantage of his generous proposition Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer In the Bbeckenhidcib News Â¬ we sild during the past two years adooo IIHcKcnsderfar Typewriter In other words soooa burincts nd professional men instead of paying too for b Tjrrewrtti r have bought the IiMCKENSDKRlEit for I35 thereby saving thtmsrlves the neat sum ol it 1 TWO YEARS I nwlrl Â¬ II VOU have Durchaied on vnnr ahsra l In At unrlfrwti tintr nnl one wi 1 it not pay yru to Investigate and seejf rvery word of the above Is not trutt Die largest business corporation Ihe most prominent bnsi ess men the most sue cestful lawyers und the Unittd Slates Government a e we I satisfied users of this it IflEflliilia JPUHBsy sbiie station is grown extensively by tho Jersey and Long Island trubkeiu It is ratbor doop eyod pink in color slender and oblong iu sbapo and sec Â¬ ond early in rlpeuing with strong Vigorous tops Itcst Soli For Bug ar sleets Tho reports of experiments show that in Wisconsin tho richest beets wcro ob- Â¬ tained from a fortilo olay loam In Washington tho best results woro obtain Â¬ ed from a soil intermediate between a olay loam and a Bandy loam In South Dakota a dark sandy loam nnd cloy loam gavo tho most satisfactory crop In Nebraska tho best crops aro grown upon a sandy loam In Kansas tho best results nro from a loam In Iowa a dark loam proved best In Indiana most ara bio lands gavo about equally good results though n modoratoly sandy loam soemed rather better thau others From thcBO results tho ideal soil for the sugar boet may bo called a modoratoly fertile lather porOus deep sandy loam with n porous subsoil Â¬ I jo machine s T iu m n uxenanga uanK u liming WEST VIRGINIA SUPPLY r ss oe CO ssee GENERAL AGENTS WHEELING W VA The monkey could pnll its own sugar out of tho flro but prefers to uso tho paws of tho cats Poor cats how it must hurt them I Yes it docs hurt them n Uttlo but they can statu it for tho sako of their good friend tho mon- Â¬ key Perhaps they will get a sharo of tho sugar or if not that something else Which they lika bettor Perhaps I It is certain that they havo long been fast friends of tho monkoy nnd that they like him for his sly aud cunning tricks A Scorcher1 Victim Noah Advertised Tho time of departure of the ark and people who didnt believe Jn advertising had to stay out in the rain for forty days They undoubtedly changed their views but their post office address has never been learned Try an ad In the NKWS for That Dull tlme Keeling i If these weeks and this have any merit it will be in their suggest iveness merely They are not complete studies and could not well be in the limit of 2000 words The confidence of the peoploin Hoods Sareaparilla is due to its unequalled record of wonderful cures Hallways are adopting larger freight cars becauso it is a matter of profit to do S3 the progress of the age demands lar-Â¬ ger wagons and larger horses to haul them for just the same reason V articles last Jnd July 9 Rufus Pusey aged 70 died here yesterday from injuries received by being run over by a bicycle scorcher an evening or so ago The scorcher cscapod but au effort will bo mado to run htm down Siielbyville Are you going to get wet sCsL J t Rheumatism Is a blood disease and only a blood reme-Â¬ dy can cure it So many people make the mistake of taking remedies which at best are Only tonics and cannot possibly reach their trouble Mr Asa Smith Greencastle Indiana says For years I have suffered with Sciatic Rheuma Â¬ tism which the best physicians were un Â¬ able to relieve I took many patent medicines but they did not seem to reach my trouble I gradually grew worse until I was un Â¬ able to take my food or handle myself in any way I was abso- Â¬ lutely helpless Three bottles of SSS re- Â¬ lieved me 6o that I fc was soon able to move my right arm before long I could walk across the room and when I had finished one dozen bottles was cured completely and am as well as ever I now weigh 170 Â¬ mmmmmmmmmmttmiL mmm La m THE MARKETS Iteview of the Grain aud Llrcstootc Mar Â¬ kets Yor July 13 Cincinnati Tobacco Market Offering for the week Sftll 471 IUJ00 lon for the week 1713 Auual sulet for ho week Kctelpw for tho week 9440 Tho piluu on the oTeilnKs ranged as folio vk nt 6 K23 Oil 603 Sl25 Oil 6J7 10417 Vol OlVtmV 06 100 It 311 70 16 Hhdl In one of the Southern Indiana coun- Â¬ X E B L I I IK IB WM - ties ia a family of which from one to six members have been In the poor asylums at all times for thirty and probably forty years Aiany oi me meiuDers nave uieu but their descendants have always been ready to take their places in the ranks of pauperism and vice It is impossi Â¬ ble to secure a complete record of this fetnlly but from the fragmentary history WHW Kchis available and which includes r not more than half the whole BT mJsljnetnbers the following facta lfllrAlnna nf tliu illflaf nt til fam Y X He MvstMEW livitur wm born in 1823 feeble-isfcmlnded HU first wife was Fpur children wore the result MfcrrlMC twe sons and two jMble mlnded AM wr eM K Law OrvKlib ili MM y Mar- en Of O VfftMaion There is no use taking pills or pur- Â¬ gatives to cure chills Dr Bells Pep- Â¬ permint Chill Tonic cures them by itself It does more than that too It gives you a new dress on the inside It tones you up and makes you strong It makes you feel some account Sold on a guarantee Short AHaynes When a man gets on a little in the world he is always desirous of getting on a little further All The People lldU 5 07 00 aud aut Hog built staxilight 00Idvi SJ 009 98 Prlmo 7i3 6 95 heavy 13 0003 43 common 10 fair U Ca to Prime lltuburg ft U0 1 Ilea IW 7o03 00 ll fcodo s At IS tihop Bitra J VcBt OU good f i wfiat ou common Hi 008 -- 6 ehoioo veal oatves W 0u lumb f I StiU fi 1 t Oar d Winter Pasture Ono ot tho best plans for hay and winter pasturo on poor uplands is to ho fes bow fescuo grass and cow pens cuo will come np iu tho fall and grow for grazing during winter and resocd in early spring Cow peas may thou bo planted and they will como off in time for the fescuo to grow again during tho succeeding winter This process can bo continued as long as desired Tho pea roots fertillzo the fescue This combina- Â¬ tion furnishes abundaut rich cow pen hay and oxcollont grazing in the winter aud spring Tho only objection to this plan is that tho fosouo may no on ao oouut of boII or season begin much growth until Into in winter or early spring Prof isssor Bennett Arkansas Station MOTHERDEAl j-- RAO HOI I ADC laWkliTI 1W -l-- Worth of Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes bought for Spot Cash Our Own Price We intend to put these goods on sal and Cow make the greatest SENSATION ever hearde suit your interest nnd attend this Sale 50 pieres of Pancy Csllcoes worth fc our Jood Ulnghtms 58 6q M ItUh Lawus rj Fast Percsles 8e 100 pes Best Hoosltr Cotton Ladies Vols iocj Rood Heavy Suspenders Jl loci f lot rmalthek White Goods 1 lot Mens Fine Fur lists samples s lie st Blue Cottorude Pasts 75c j pieces ol lUick Henrietta cloth 35c 1 piece of Heavy Serge Blue 40c GenU Celulold Collars only SO nsai y Helton socks only diftij mV ilf vlfe lillalk 96 W WE traiMpo1 would b W 9 end it And time It Mm W ttSZsS t7 4i uwuniV Should keop themselves healthy and especial care should be given to this matter at this time Health depends upon pure rich blood for when the blood is impure and impoverished dis Â¬ eases of various kinds are almost certain to result Tho one true blood purser Is Hoods Saraaparllla By its power to purify and vitalise the blood it has prov Â¬ ed itself to be the safeguard of health eul the record of remarkable cure that it has wonderful It actually and ear when all other pre jrmtaji to do any good whatever A Real Blood Remedy SSS cures Scrofula Cancer Eczema f and any form of blood troubles If you w ucii 25 hleofai have a blood disease take a blood medi i Jfstft SaWiMi BtuoJwfS M cine SSS gitatauUtdjuitvly 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