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T M Wl V mrrTii IxlJjj BREKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 21 1897 NEWS NUGGETS William Or at serving n ta m for petit lnrcony In tho Indiana reformatory at Jefforionvlllo Ind has ocnpcd George Fogk cf Anua Station O blow out tha gas In a Lima hotel and was dis- Â¬ co veto J just In time to save Mi life Joseph OConncll Patrick OConncll and John Blltt all young men nroloJgod In Jail at Warsaw Intl charged vrith VOL XXII NOl i x - A TRUE PROPHET lngtn Cerrespwident SCOOPS Cnttrprislni Feats ef Our Wash - u SOME OF HIS GREAT His Remarkable Career as Report- Â¬ er Editor Correspondent and Explorer AN INSTINCTIVE AMERICAN - l- - i t rj ir Among the passengers galling from Now York for Europo n fow day ogo was Mr Waller Wellman tho well known newspa nooompnnled by his per correspondent wlfo Mr Wollman said Just bofore sail ing that ho won not going to Europo for pleasure or rest If I wore going to travel for pleasure It should bo In my own coun- Â¬ try ho said and oa for rout I do not Ono need It I am going on business oaiiHo of tho hard times In tbla country la tho largo number of Americans who put spending off to Europo ovcry summer their money among foreigners Instead of with our own people Why they do It Is more than L can understand Men ond women Who hays sever scon tho Yoscmlto theYollowatono tho Grand canyon Den Â¬ ver San Francisco or any of tho other Interesting cities and scones In our great wort travel all over Europo scattering pood American dollars at ovcry turn Tho worst of it Is that all this good money Is picked up by hotot keepers and shop Â¬ keepers who sneer at Amorica and Ameri Â¬ cans tho uilnuto the books of our follow cltlzons aro turned I have no sympathy with this crazo for European travel It Is a mere fad and It Is a bad thing for tho United States taking out of tho country every year 00000000 to 80000000 If business did not oall mo to Europe I should now bo on my way to tho Yellow stone and the Pacific coast Bis Influence With the Freildent Mr Wollman talks llko tbe truo Ameri- Â¬ can he Is ills newspaper correspondence with Vfhleh our readers aro familiar al- Â¬ ways breathes tho Bplrlt of Americanism Mr Wollmaxrhus become noted among tbo publlo men at Washington for his advo- Â¬ cacy of what might bo called tbe American expansion policy Now that tho grout west so t tied ho bellovos this country should iroaden Its Sold always within Araorlcan Ho has advocated a colonial policy Iocs an all American colonial pblloy with innovation of Hawaii and Cuba It ls Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- WALTER WELLMAN Mr Wellmans views oa this subject havo considerably influenced WoKlnloy as tho two men are President warm friends and tho president often honors the correspondent by holding confidential convene wlih him whispered that Â¬ Walter Wollman Is now generally recog Â¬ nized as the loading newspapor correspond There aro so many ent at Washington bright men among the 160 stationed at tho national capital that it Is a great honor to stand anywhere near the top of the lad Â¬ der Somo prefer the writings of other for thoro are many bril correspondent liant newspaper men at Washington but It is probable a veto taken throughouttho country would place Mr Wellman as fa Â¬ vorite Tbe work of this successful oorrospond He Is first of all a ent s all round newsman Id the traditions of modern journalism nows Is tho first thing good writing next Mr Wellman Is a great news gatherer a great political prophet and a great letter writer As eerreepoaHlent of sjudkate of aewspapsrr ef which this paper Is a member and of tew Chicago Tiroes Herald he prepares an average of Ho works three columns of matter dally wth great ease and rapidity Ho writes or dictates an averagoof a column and a half a a hour No other newspaper man In Amerloa has such a record of scoops to his credit as Mr Wellnien A few months ago 1m startled the stewspapeM from Boston to San Francisco fey geMtsg a beat oa tbo Â¬ Â¬ lt ir nits to UiiBottawaad others Mr W words Tkuiauey evening Mourvd litis InsMlmoxt was sent late at ntgM aft Â¬ er the rush of newspaper work was mm and Mr Wallwans precious secret did not Hs g possession of thaoahotiilo 400 words frlday and began tending taunt at t eotoee lu the afternoon That wmnDw the evening papers won ofl the rtff and hours bstota the morning paper hsga jk sotrtug telegmphta matter Tint uawsga world was In blUsful lioorauo of th that throbbing ooptr wlrss wsra ear v igtha biggeai sooup of a sstMmtkin isir heli way aaroas the ountlaaitt hat hatsjsun s T and oiock In the evaptog flaw tanlSStoa that spread an IMWtnMttf nsi isnsu wstiiinuioo cist so -- tariff bill publishing that great docu--wIn full In advance of hU osHteinpo The Qhteago Observer In a resent Mtries issue tbue describes that Journalistic feat In many years there has been no news paper seoop Urtiaa same olaas with tbe Jest of Tha IHwos Hesuld in publishing te ad vnnee a complete eopy of ths Dlnglef test Mil Beveml Managing editors In that saatof omnipotence known MSwTort was seut to lunette asylums tbe neat day gton egiiisutinnd and most of the Was suts stroke to find their hair tunal whttu vbtea tudieates what a heavy burden rests tips the soul of farter Wellmeu an hto In sdooplDg the whole aen ksarttwr try far the beuelt of a Obleago paps JL Cawntr Jm Kmh r One way of measuring the at of the The test swop U by hs length had 40000 words but that la the dlasftiatan eowpared with lis money Dew J Â¬ lkout S SMBllhMVSJSOM in MM tu in sjahl Ml thwaknad towftshttt retting upon us nna after two wcotts oi minutes the principal newspaper offices suspension Involving more than 160000 from Boston to San Francisco wero about mliicrs wo aro well satisfied with tho as calm and comfortablo as a dan of roaring results Only those who nro best ac lions Night editors nhdmannglng editors quainted with tho condition of tho min Â¬ began a wild scramblo over long distance ers havo any idea of tho extent of this wires to savo their professional reputations but they wero baffled at every turn and Crisis Appraachtog In ths Great suspension and its paralyzing effects most of thom went crazy before 0 a m upon tho labor and business of tho conn MrAflrs Strike whlohwas tho proper and only thing to do try It has not yet reached its full pro- Â¬ First thoy stirred up their Washington portions Tho coming week will add corrospondonts and ordered thom to sourry 20000 men to the idle column Tho tbo Copltal City In scaroh of tho members week following will bring greater acces- Â¬ VIEWS FROM HEADQUARTERS All tho big of Mr Dlngleya committee sions to our ranks The movement will pnpors know Tho Times Herald had the continue to grow not only from the bill and appeals camo pouring In from point of numbers involved but publio north east south and west Among tho Striking Miners Marching on the opinion will becomo crystalizcd more to put In pitiful pleas wero tho New first fully and through the press of the coun- Â¬ York papers which claim a noisy partner Â¬ try will demand a solution of this great Mines That Are New ship with Providence but sorrowfully had difficulty Working to admit It was off for the night Others Tho organised trades of the couutry aro today in oloscr touch than ever be- Â¬ Joined In tho prayer but Tho Times-HeralIt stuffed Its ears full of cotton fore Is over in the history of labor CHICAGO FROM couldnt afford to tako any chances of hav Â¬ AID COMING troubles havo they been found so closely ing its scoop spoiled by being Wiod baok ollled Our demand for living wages to its contemporaries and tho determination of our miners to Pittsburo July 19 Tho cvonts of tecure it havo brought expressions of A Few Sooopm supAmong other great newspaper scoops tho past 34 hours In tho Pittsbnrp coal sympathy and moral and matorialof or which danglo at Mr Wellmans belt may mining district Indicate that thoro is port from almost overy branch our betrouble ahead The strike has been on panlzod labor whose efforts in be mentioned tho following half will endear them to Excluslvo announcement that Ireeldont for two weeks with no cause for alarm fairness and establish for all lovers of tho miners Eleot Cloveland had soleoted Walter Q in any quarter but tho pangs of hanger with their own efforts a living rato of Qrosham for his secretary of state and mattering of dlscontont have taken wages A sensational intorvlcw with tho lato tangible form and 1000 miners are WEST VIRGINIA MINERS WILL STRIKE Mrs W O Whitney defending President marchlng on Oannonsburg the object Cleveland against slanders concerning his point being the Boone and Allison Men at the Monoogah Mine Dcclilo to Ire domostlo affairs Quit and Other Will Follow Tho supremo court decision In the fa- Â¬ mines A few days ago tho operators Over of theso mines made a requisition on Faiiuioxt W Va July 10 mous Nebraska governorship caso the sheriff of Washington county for 600 men attended tho coal miners The supremo court decision In tho groat railway rato caso additional deputic3f It is supposed that meeting yesterday in the woods at Excluslvo announcement that President thoro are at loostSO deputies at each Willow Tree schoolhouso near Monon Cleveland had sent tho Monro doctrine mine well armed for any friction that gah and 317 of them raised thoir hands Vonezuela dispatch to the British govern may take place when J D Mahon the speaker took a mont Yesterday the miners of tho Millers vote to ascertain how many of them treaty Full text of tho Venezuelan wero willing to como out Tho miners Immediately after tho election last fall and Toms Bun districts held mass Mr Wollman visited Canton and on his meetings Tho men employed in tho wero chilly at first but got warmed up and showed much enthusiasm and tho roturn to Washington announced semioffi- Â¬ Slopo and Bridgovillo mines Essen Nos It cially theprogrammoof the president elect 1 and 2 and Steens mines mot at speaker was frequently cheered tho extrd session of congress prepara- Â¬ Bridgovillo Cecil was the scene of a was a noticeable fact that only Monon tion of tho tariff bill during tho winter meeting of Laurel Hill Noa 2 and 4 gah miners wero in attendance liono etc Crecdmoor and Bishop mines and the from the neighboring collieries putting He also made the first announcement diggers employed in the Standard and in their appearance Notwithstanding tho rain which that John Sherman was to bo secretary of Ellsworth mines in Millers Run also stato and that Mark Banna was to suooood held a meeting Tho gatherings wero commenced falling soon after tho meet ing began the miners listened for ovor attended by men womon and children him as senator from Ohio Tho women did not lag in tho interest an hour to the address It was tho as a Frophet Success taken Many of them openly branded largest meeting over hold in this disThese aro only a fow of Mr Wellmans their husbands as cowards Thoy trict by tho miners and many of tho achievements in tho scoop line Ho has argued that they might as well fight as operators who have been confident that forecasting of lato scored a big boat by starve The men said the victory could the men would stay iu say now thot President MoKinloys Cuban polloy the bo won providing overy coal miner em- Â¬ thoy are prepared for anything Not tho programme Hawaiian annexation ployed in the sections where the lake only the minors but their wives and sensational Instructions to Minister Wood- Â¬ trade is supplied would join the gcnoral children turned out at tho meeting ford tho Boring sea correspondence and movoment of idlenoss Conservative men hero think it is only tho administrations currency programme bringing out the miners at n matter of timo until tho men como Plans It is as n political prophot perhaps that work in for Boone and Allison mines out the Mr Wellman has won greatest reputation Tho company officials say if tho men Special committees were discussed In 1684 ho early predicted tbo nomination wero sent from one meetiug to tho other Btriko tho pits will bo filled with of both Cleveland and Blalno In 1893 he It was decided to march on to Cannons Italians and negroes and if this aotion was equally accurate In 1806 ho was burg mines The lleissing brass baud is taken the men say troublo may bo ex- early on record with prophecy of Mr corps wero engaged Eected It is said an impromptu arsenal nnd tho Cecil MnKlnlevfi nomination and throunh all and the march dram tho country is on arranged in tho companys across the months when only a few of tbo politi The procossion is made up of three di- Â¬ offlco nnd tho worst is expected cal writers wero able to oee how MoKlnley visions from the different sections MINERS ALL OUT oould win Mr Wellman repeatedly show boon in process of Tho scheme nigh Impossible for formulation forhas rd how It was well Â¬ several days It was No Chance Iu the Strike Situation Id him to fall talked of several days ago and got to ern Ohio campaign last year Mr Wellman v In tbo tho ears of the operators of the Can Wheeliso July 10 Thoro is a vlsltod nil the debatable states oast of tho nonsburg mines henco their decision Virginia coal heavy movomont Kooky mountains and analyzed tbo situa- Â¬ to ipttaso their forco of deputies through Wheelingof West or 70 cars of tion in n way which attraotod wldo atten- Â¬ aro armed Whiter thp miners they oxpect is not coal wero transferred Sixty the Wheel Â¬ tion His forecast of tho result of the eloo from to use known as yot but tlon in those states was remarkably aoou every influonco possible with tho offend- Â¬ ing tormiual tracks to tlio Wheeling Instance he said rntiiFor go mora than 6000 orKtuoky ing diggers tb get them to come out nnd liako Erie yesterday and sfartod 0000 one Sumo of tho most conservative of tho north without molestation It is learned would hot way op Jho other with tho ohanoca in Mo leaders claim there will bo no blood that all tho coal being sent over the Klnleys favor shed Xhey say that when tho colliers Wheeing road is fpr the Lake Shoro and Most political observers had said Insee such a big demonstration in favor of diana was qnlto as close with a largo what they term a peaceful battle for other northern Ohio roads that need tho thoir engines chauco that Bryan would carry tho stato bread thoy can not enter the mines and coal for firing chango iu tho stnko situa- Â¬ Thero is no After fivo days of Investigation by bis own retain their manhood Every effort was All of the eastern methods Mr Wellman reported Indiana as mado to keop tho movement a secret tion in this district By an analysis of tho for fear tho force of deputies at tho Ohio miners are out and there is no ineuro for McKinloj at any poiut total votq ho mado tbe plurality 81000 mines might be farther increased Just dication of a break By an estimate by counties ho mado It 10 what the result will bo it is difficult at TROUBLE FEARED The actual plurality was about 18 POJ this hour to telL The men aro known Such estimates upon state after state to bo in a state of semi insanity on tho The FIrtt Outbreak Likely to Occur at 000 aro mora than luck or oolnoldonoo They strike question Thoy have been goaded Dillouvale Indicate analytical powors of high order Wheeuso July 10 Tho striking on by suffering wives daughters and Mr Wollman confesses that he does not sweethearts and it appears as if it is miners at Dillonvalo np tho river on It is a sort of the beginning of the end of the strike the Wheeling and Lake Erio road havo know how he does It sixth sense ho says and I am not enThe negotiations to induce the coal been notified by the managers that tho titled to any credit for It operators of this district to sign a uniresamo this woek oTnd Â¬ This correspondent Is noted for his fa formity agreement aro still going on mines there will miliarity with ooourrencos behind tho The commissioners having it in chargo that if thoy do not intend to work their Bay after day the feel ad if they would be abler to accom- Â¬ places will be filled by outside men 6oehea ln Washington rcad aw of this paper havn had evidence of plish it Secretary Some of the Dillonvalo men aro iu Frank Schmid his knowledge and skill Ho deals not said the pros pec ta wore brighter than favor of returning to work but tha mawithlarge bows events aud politics thoy have been sinoo the negotiations jority most of them foreigners are vio only and mostlntcrestlng pergonal gossip but began He said that within thonoxt lentlv ODnoscd to such a course If ths ho strives to give the currents of thought few days powerf al and potent influences company is in earnest iu its expressed and notion in publlo and political life to would be brought to bear on tho opermen me to tiring in point tbe finger post at the future Few ators and with the Btriko in tho prcsont intentionofficials predictoutsiao there will that men perform Journalistlo work of such condition the indications were for a suc Â¬ miners be troublo at Dillonvale wide range Ho is everywhere regarded cessful consummation of the agreement as an authority upon political and diplo Â¬ Will Hold a Serlei of Mcdlng As an evidence that the operators aro That brilliant newspaper not counting on arbitration it was an- Â¬ matic matter July 10 A OiiAKLESTON W Va woman Margaret Sullivan opco called nounced last night byapronalnent oper- Â¬ conference of tho stnko agitators Fred Mr Wellman the undersecretary of state ator that if the strike in West Virginia Dilcher and W II Haslins of Ohio for Journalism does not prove successful tho Pittsburg was hold at East Bank yesterday with operators will make an effort early this local loaders It was decided to hold a Mr Wellmaaa Sarljr Life get week to start their mines at tho CD cent series of meetings at differont points in Now and then Mr Wellman likes to out of tho beaten track and roam the rate the rate now asked by tho strikers Â¬ the Kanawha valley this week Tho world a bit In 1891 he made a voyage to Thoy will claim that as thoy are willfirst of these moetiugs will be held at the West Indies and located the spot upon ing to pay the price staked tho law must Montgomery and it will be addressed Columbus first landed He erected a protect thou in the operation of their which by Dilcher Haskins and others Debs mines RWBUHMBtoa the spot aud hlSOOWltMlOBS is expected hero by Weduesday have been Indorsed by Clements R Mark FROM HEADQUARTERS VIEWED Aid Coming- - From Chicago the Royal Geographical society and other geographers In 1894 1reiltlcDt Rateliford Interviewed oa the Ciiicaoo Jnly 10 All unions affiliat Â¬ Strike SUaatiw an expedition In search of tbo north ha ed with the Chicago Federation of L pole He had constructed light beats of Columbus O July 19 President bor will cqntributo to the miners relief aluminium in tho hope of finding an open Ratchford summod np tho strike situa fund At amectiucrof tho Federation polar sea and making a quick dash to tho tion in an interview as follows The yesterday afternoon W P Deormit and pole Like other polar explorers ho was manner in whioh tho miners are conhis plan of truo uniformity wore se baffled by Insurmountable obstacles bat ducting themselves commoade itself to verely condemned gained much famo far bis daring aud the tho country aad gives their offloers re Â¬ originality of his plans AMEtlfA KOHLER DEAD MRS Mr WellHwn Is still a young man on newed encouragement and etotigtheBS The Lady That Subedited the 1ocin ot of the tha belief that victory will ultimately the sunny Me of 40 Hs is a native Raw of Suiunier The Western Unserve but a part of his hoyhwd orown their efforts The history of industrial strife Lm Nkw Your July 10 Mrs Amelia Was spent among the forests of Michigan He Mt no parallol to the present movement and on the prairies of Nebraska Kohlerdied yesterday nt Mount Ver Â¬ home at th age of 18 and began to earn Deputy marshals coal and iron police non Had it not been for Mrs Kolder kts living s a clerk ifa a counter store and secret detectives have beent work Tow Moore might never havo written He soon afterward want into a printing but their presence has failed to incite Tho Last Rose of Summer of 14 With a the miners to acta of lawlessness or even ottos At the mature The poem wm of her BUggostiou and oauMal of a thousand hopes and about to a resumption of work Their twsssore dollaas k started a nanatv He enoe in peaceable communities with a the first lino was from her lips She mads a smbssss as susoossos want oa the chip on their shoulder gave some owsso was early in the century a clcee friend Ohio tmsrttsr aoM owt and drifted for alarm and ordinarily would have of Moores sister who kept a private Ho W editor for those yaus t The Ha onwed a resort to violence Bat oar rioheotin London While walking in poet peattoM of Canton O and sssssiJWbMa iniuen in this wstauco prottiug by tho the garden of the Bchool with thoruns friendship with Major William experience of the past would neither one 4nr M- - Kohler so tho story annso trouble theuwelyea iter allow ptuskctt a nm remarking Ills nast mow was to Clnolnna Xtetha last rose ot summer why he and a nroihsc started TU Evening themselves to become involved in trou Â¬ not write about it Mr Moore Poet put It on Its feat and soU It to tfca ble by the aotiou of others Vhe inoident suggested tho thought League Ha than eetauiisnssi ana Heports from some of the cities to nser at Akron O He want io the effect that the coal supply is not that was afterward so beautifully woven into twacaad the poomwM dedicated Chisago in 1884 and Jatoad The Herald abort are otily intended to dtaconjuffe staff as nsUUsnl write ovrtk pen name the miners If the coal aunniyianot by the noK To Amelia which is Mrs of M iter i At various times ho was hurt why are ptioetfadvauotacr Why Mrs Kohler wm W years old when slty editor staff sorrsssjondsiit and edi Â¬ is ooal worth 91 a ton aud even torial wrltar Hs wont to Washington as more tttau It was wo weeks ago why she died nnd for SO years had lived with N Saunders in her daughter Mrs orrospoodonl for tho Amaxtoan fraas As are the railroads oouftaoatin ooal ship soaatUoA in 1MH and has tsmtlnod that menu Why are the shop and factor Mount Vernon Her maiden nutue waa put in motion by Amelia Offirgtii and her father wa es whose wheels sioou lie sjsm has nrsssdont of tha Ma an officer under Ctenerul Bluohor aw wa the labor of the miner ceasing to op itosMi uaprsnt Fisna ottas 1 nt has n family and najswa a ahatBalnj erate f Why are operators all over the An etna atevewM even eases offering their miners a rate Antuum Ik T July 19 The higher than the one dasnantted if they union party proposes tu wul only oontinne at workf The reason Nonpar Is there asurdtfsssnw U patent to all ooal Is source Those Kent with the Dswes ccsniujnwlnn pro Â¬ a hash and a bluffl who have tt to sell get fanny prices and vided the United BtMse government boas will boy eU of ItasM A htaaT Is always awl Ohleka thee who offer an advance partMiular thosNjdt 4 sod mam hnnka am noihinc to in Want Virginia and portion of saw land outrifiLy They will then tVlMV- fianola do It tor tbe pucnosS of eheok into Mesioo buy a form a colony but inn and nofesrtnir thin infftewmt and lot of land from fpesleo and have their IUml aro t Via vigor nasi Jkssu a do know iMd itl kyva Theyaejr that a white mm if hull not move mam hem AIm full lt sharncWrMtn 4 fMhr IkkMjt en vgrK fftvombly Impressed MhMm LatWV ftR Lff W 5fc naanaigMfi TROUBLE FEARED 75000 5 CLAIMED Given iu Mi- Â¬ Â¬ Pointed Instructiana nister Woodford MUST PRESS THE PfAl I RUIZ CLAIM Other Important Matters Between the U S and Spain to be Brought Up d SPAIN WOULD COMPROMISE 10 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ int Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tho hope of forcing prompt action in tho Iulz caso by the Spanish government the stato department has made publio a statement concerning tho instructions given to Minister Woodfora with re Â¬ gard to this claim Tho statement is in great part practically the text of tho in structious to Minister Woodford Tho Instructions aro short and are based upon the conclusions reached by Mr Pcufleld in tho brief in tho Ruiz matter which ho recently submitted to the president It is not proposed by the department to lay this briof boforo tho Spanish government becauso of tho fear entertained that tho Madrid authorities would seize upon it as an excuso for arguing tho matter Therefore it was determined to make tho Instruc tions to Minister Woodford brief but to the purposo of tho United States so clear that there conld be no chance for Spalu to dodge tho issue ThiB is tho statement whioh the department gave out This government has dtrooted Min Â¬ ister Woodford to formally present and press tho Ruiz claim for 75000 The government animated solely by tho lovo of truth aud right and tho spirit of justice after maturo consideration of tho substantially uncoutrovertod facta in the case has reached tho conclusion that under tho treaty of 1705 and the protocol of 1877 between tho two governments and tho law of 1821 made a part of tho protocol all tho pro- Â¬ ceedings against Ruiz after his arrest aud notice given to Cuban authorities of his American citizenship were illegal wrongful and nrbltrary j were in violation of his treaty rights aud re- Â¬ sulted in his death nnd warrant a de mand of payment of an indemnity therefor While tho oirenmstanecs would jus- Â¬ tify the domand of a much larger sum yet in proof of tho spirit of moderation and absoluto justice with which tho United States is animated the govern- Â¬ ment of Spain is rcquostcd to pay an indemnity of tho sum named It is tho gcnoral expectation that tho Spanish authorities will now use ovory effort to compromlso f o Ruiz case It is understood that anV offer of a small sum was mado to Mrs Ruiz but upon advico of her counsel slio refused to ac- Â¬ cept it Tho administration howovcr is desirous of getting tho Ruiz case out of tho way as quickly as possible so as not to embarrass Mr Woodford in tho other matters which ho has bccii instructed to bring to the attention of the Spanish government The cabinet member says that the president has no intention of recogniz ing tho bolligoronoy of the insurgents No action of this character will be taken until tho success or failure of Mr Woodfords mission is known Mr Woodford is expected to sail on tho 28th He will go direct to Sau Sebastian and arrangements havo been mado for his presentation to tho queen at that placo so that ho will be able to commence negotiations with tho Span ish government at onco WASiiiN GTOtf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ July With HGIgrS counterfeiting All the employes of tho Hrmbcrgcr shoe factory at Circlevllle O aro on a strlko for higher wages aud tho dltohatgo of tho superintendent Ths 17 ysar locusts which vrero doing such great destruction In tho northern part of Ohio have been killed off by tho Kngllih sparrows Papers are bolns prepared for a now Absolutely Pur county In Kontuoky with Corbln as the Celebrated for Its crtru leflreninff strength and county soat It will be mado out of Knox healthfulnest Asure the food apalort eUnra ftntt Whitley and Laurel counties all form i of adulteration Ooramon to the cheap braiule While excavating for a building at MiNEW YORK XOYAL HAKtNO roWDEK CO llers Station Ind workmen unoarthed at de-Â¬ a dapth ot five feet tho remains ot tho composed body ot a man which is supposed to have bcon buried not moro than a year In tho past threa years a half dozen porsons havo disappeared In that vicinity and no trace of them has aver been found Offlco rs ara Investigating There is great exoltement prevailing The Goal of Prof Andrea and His In llcrcor county W Va caused by tha Big Ballon appearance of n mad dog thero a few days ago Fivo cows and CO dogs wors btton and had to be shot Two daughters of Albert Wessol wore bitten by tho dog aud are prostrated as a result Tho dog was A VENTURESOME BALL00HATIC finally killed by Mrs John Cook whom It had attaoked Sl struck It over the head with a poker und knocked its brains out Jogging Along Northward at ths I mm i POWDER r Mr hr Â¬ Â¬ THE NORTH POLE Dathj Slgman Ornsteln merchant lato of Louisville dropped dead at his homo In Danville Ky Christian Glntuor of Wooster O died suddenly from tho effects ot drinking too Rate of Twenty Miles an Hour ANOTHER NEWS FOUNTAIN much lco water Colonel Crocker vice president of tho Souihirn PaclQo railway died at his homo In Sun Stales Cal Saturday Dr J N Bonch of West Jefferson O died Saturday night in Chattanooga Tenu The remains were takon to his home for burial Mrs Jennie Phillips widow of the lata of the Gulf Colorado and Sunta Fo and Kentucky Union railroad is duid in Jef forsonvllle Ind Christian Ait ono of ths wealthiest clt Ircns ot Johnson county Ind is deud He was prostrated by tho heat two weeks ago and never recovered Ho was 70 yeare old and leaves a family The Rev Father Butler blshop clect of the Roman Catholic dioojso of Concordia Kan died in Rome Saturday of intostlnal paralysis The deceased was to havo lo in conseoratcd bishop by Cardinal Satolll within a fow days Mrs Julia Wharton Alger aged 63 wife of Captain A B Alger of Portsmouth O is dead She was a daughter of the late Colonel J II Wharton who founded the Wheeling Dally Intelllgencar and who was one of the pioneer journalists ot the West Edward Charlos Baring first Baron Rovelstokc Is dead in London He was boru in 1693 and was created a barou in 188S Ht waj formerly director of the Bank of England and was ths soulor partner of tho firm of Bating Brothors financiers ot London Captain James Phillips superintendent 0 Â¬ Â¬ hropkentof ld Crimes and Casualtia John Schmidt an Inmate of the Dayton sold ers homo fell off a shanty boat luto tbe Ohio rivor near Maryavlllo Ky aud was drowned Saturday Androw Clover a Hocking Valley flre manwhlle coupling cars at Columbus O wui caught between tho tender of the en gine and a car and fatally lnjuroit A young man giving his nnrao us Jacob Lochley fell under a westbound frolgbt train at Grafton W Va and was horribly mangled He can not recover PEACE CONFERENCE Albert Trlckcy while boarding a Big Four freight train near Loxtngtou Ind Turkey Uiluc Kvailve Tactlct and Frepar fell betweon ths cars and was Instantly log to Itcuenr Iloitllltlei was cut to pieces Constantinople July 10 At Satur- killed Ho Troy literally was accompanied O and Ht lived at sitting of the peace conference by his brother days Tewfik Pasha tho Turkish minister of In attempting to cross ths Norfolk and foreign affairs arrived lato Ho sub- Western track at Lynn W Va Mrs mitted to tho conferenco a new frontier Jerry Hughes wits ot a white miner ot soheme which was unacceptable to tho that plnoj was Instantly killed Sho was powers aud the ambassadors thereupon carrying In her arms her 0 months old informed Tewfik that tho conference child which sustutnod Injuries from which would adjourn until ho brought a writ- It died shortly af torward Dan ten accoptanco by his government of turer Farrell Jr otprominent luauufai tho directory ot tho tho frontier line traced by the military trans and member Kxpoiltlon company Mlsalsslppl attaches died In Omaha Nob Sunday evening It was arranged that tho Turkish from lockjaw On tho afternoon ot the military commission should meet the Sth Inst a firecracker explodsd in his European military attaches at 8 oclock hand Injuring that member seriously yesterday morning at Tophano but tho which finally resulted In his death Turks failed to keop tho appointment LAKE OF PIE IfV ALASKA Tho ambassadors assembled at 10 oclock but finding that Towllk Push a Fuel Kuough In Sight to Supply tho Co did not como adjourned to tho Austrian World Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ HI H Lt ae nts baio lBHif wf tito i ae Â¬ f thartoov embussy where Towfik Pasha presented himself at noon with tho excuse that thetultau had detained him and the military commission nt tho Yildiz Kiosk UTownk explained that the sultan had appointed Marshals Zekki Pasha and as now military dele gates to uegotiato peace Tho ambassadors unanimously and positively dcclinod to discuss the Ques tions at issue with anybody except Tow Â¬ fik Pasha Although the orders recently issued havo been countermanded 15000 troops are still hold in readiness to start for the island of Crete at tho shortost notice Farmer Uadly Hurt WashinotosO H 0 July 10 While HtrBi Clark a farmor living two miles north of this city was haul ing wheat ho attempted to get off his wagon His feet became entangled in tho linos throwing him to the ground and hi head fell under the wagon wheel which passed ovor his fuco breaking both jaw bones and other fa- Â¬ cial bones and mutilating his faco iu a borriUe manner lie is in a critical condition Mlatwuir Oraat Fruit Crop 8r Louw July 17 Tha Repuhlio ays Tho fruit crop of Missouri this year is roughly estimated to be wett taeOMQW and wany who know what ther are talking about say those ngures are too low The importance ot this crop may be better understood whenit U stated that it to worth more than the wheat crops ol Mtoaoeri and Illinois combined with tha cotton own of Mla ouii thrown la for good wiemure to the Oerm Suadod-Din-Pasha Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wash Jnly 17 What is said to bo tho greatest discovory ever made is reported from Alaska Some gold prospcctors sovcral months ago ran across what seemed to be a lako of oil It was fed by innumerable springs and tho surrounding mountains wero full of coal They brought sample to Seattle and tests proved it to bo of as high grado as any ever takon out of Pennsylvania wells A local company waa formed and ex Â¬ perts sent up Thoy havo returned on the steamer Topeka and their report has moro than borne out first reports It is paid thero is enough oil and coal in the discovery to supply tho world It is close to the ocean in fact tho experts ay that tho oil oozes out into the salt water It is said that the Standard Oil company has already mado an offer for tho property The owners have filed on 8000 acres aud are naturally very me oh excited oyer their prospects for fortune SiUTTLE tin Quick Juattoa Guahksbuko Teuu Jnly IS Train robber Gus Hyatt who robbed a IjOuU vill nnd Nashville expes meesengcr in June near Guthrie Ky just over the state line in Tenueseee waf in dicted by a special grund jury at 11 octeek and tried oonvioted and sen tenoed before I ootock yeeterday Me got the limit in tha state for snok u rime 18 yearn iu the penitentiary Â¬ XartMeaaM i Uioilr USWthOaaWt July IB A violent tjurthquake occurred in the laknd ot agpsuftutl one Bo tf tsw UpaH jBMUU Off mnsjBvi I iNWmm ttm M ti m ly 5SsWi ZTnTX IWr JM9 f - Jt nH P MrrtButx Inst July 10 the fawn era oi this county mm eomplniniiaf that the chinoh bag la desng great damage l to the growing nm Thuy ML hrveatta aJMiiinil an the sti t pp ssi1 fllu rfsoilKcASUaMuW loilowed rMMjiH rgBa Jbeokvjn ffvjtfMi of tbe In Sexmrary ftp TnosisOE Island of TromBOe Fin mark Norway July 17 The steamer Svcnskund which has arrived hero from Spitzborgen reports that Hcrr Andreo tho aeronaut ascended in his balloon on Sunday aftornoon at 3 30 Tho ascent was mado under favorable circumstances tho wind was good and all was well As tho wind conditions were moro fa- Â¬ vorable on Sunday morning than they had previously bcon the order was given that tho start should bo made as quickly as possible Tho preparations occupied threo and one half hours Tha balloon which was christened tho Eaglo made a successful ascent amid the shouts and cheers of tho crowd which had gathered to witnoss its departure Dcspito tho lightness of the wind tho balloon rose rapidly until an altitudo of about COO feet had been at Â¬ tained when it was forced down nearly to the surface of tho sea After a few sandbags had bcon thrown out how- Â¬ ever it again ascended The weather was clear and tho Eagle was visiblo for an hour travollng in a direction When last seen it was moving at tho rato of 23 miles an hour The balloon in which Andrce is at Â¬ tempting to penetrato tho Arctio re- Â¬ gions is constructed with a reservoir having a double oovering said to be im pervious to hydrogen or at least suffi- Â¬ ciently so as to keop tho balloon afloat for SO days and having a capacity ot 63000 cubio foot and a liftintr povtir when inflated with hydrogen of about 4003 pounds Tho balloon will Carry three perrcus and provisions for four montlis bi Hidoa scicntillo instruments and Bentons col lapsible boats and tho car is capable of instant detachment from tho reservoir No propelling apparatus is to bo used tho wind alone to be the means of pro- Â¬ pulsion It is provided with a sail and aUo drag or gnido ropes which will trail along tho surface below and retard tho balloon making its rate of speed about 25 per cent less than that of the wind and hence capable of being steered This apparatus has often boon used by Herr Andree enabling him to sail at an anglu of 37 degrees to 40 degrees from the direction of the wind The sailing altitndo is to be 260 meters equal to 0843 1 3 feet or a little less than two miles and it is expeoted that this altitudo will keep the balloon above tha surfaco fogs and bolow the lowest cloud This will bo accomplished by tho guide ropes the weight of whioh on the balloon constantly increases during ascent as rope is taken up from the surface till a point is reached where it will counterbalance the lifting power ot tho gas The contrary effect is produced by descent in proportion to the weight of rope supported on the surface so that any tenaonoy to vary from the sail Â¬ ing altitude fixed by this counterbal Â¬ ance will be oheokod in this way The rones aro so constructed as to be sup ported on the surface ot the water ni well as on that ot laud Tho balloon was taken to Spitsbergen in June and inflated in a temporary structure orectod there hydrogen con Â¬ densed in tanks being transported there for this purpose Andrcoa hope was to sail from Capo Thortdca on a clear day injuiy wuen tnowtuawM rront tne south aud with an aveeuge Bsnew of Id miles an hour rhich h U taneoted can be maintained roach the uele in 43 hours the vovane to he asm tinned thence to Berine strait the note IvUur nearly in a direct line between tha point und Capo Taoraden The average velocity ot the winds CapoThorsden i about 91 mile an hour and allowing for M per eent retardation by the guide ropes this gives a sailing speed of about Id asuec an hour as above The average tarn porature at this point in July isMtn greoa Fahrenheit the teweet being 4T degrees and the highest H degrees and there aro no atari and hut nttie SMoyr at that time err the year the tem Â¬ perature being so nearly even From thfc It may K inferred that a similar evenness of tetttperakure and freedom Arean storms will be found further north near the pole this date being near the middle of the Arotie rammer whom the win la oontingnUy Henee though a above the homott kWr taitnperutmre will of court be found nt the nolo eaoeesive eotd la niaudlv to be unacted and the eondt rer tne aucMeawuj royage arew favorable as could betetMd Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fj s UaJM tknla aa DUas Yaw VfimimmtX Ml tsw ir i riffSPST5i VrWfimHp TftJtP MillviUJC N J July IV -fhue been receivod Here from tJeouKe ttrunin of tho Urxai GUtu are ewoaiauow that the mi have aeoentud the rear This i t thurJWtj eunntyr iAlir fcJ n Lit - wv fc IBRBlOKKHKlUaEX NHW aUQVlmjRml i U Breckenridge fa News ud Priptlitrs 21 f kT G EUsg Editors WEDNESDAY JULY 1897 r ADVERTISING RATES AOATK MEAStmlMtNT In cflrcton Bit plX A4ff rtlsltig KfiJIsg Nsllws inl after April IJ if 97 2 rr ats ptr Hat 5 Mutt llir nisceUNTft rr 2tlsril 82 t3laxrtlRl lisrrllsni I Vjpfrtfnt 60 J to 5 per I5jrtt 4r9 3ptcial poilllon rent eIra before r teat con tract cap ret will be charged at tegular card tatea Locals with regular news heads 10 to ao cenla per line foreign adrertUcri and iilve tisln ngena will rccelre eitlmalti promptly by oiMitlng our Northern oflice Ciiav W Niciiolk Mgr sj lark ltow New Vurk N Y All advertUementt dticontlnoeil SIX PAGES ty f Tub Republicans and Bound money men are making their share of the noise now but the only truly constituted Dem Â¬ ocrats will get in the work that counts in November Alex Montgomery and Jim Wortbaiu are both late converts to the gjld bug crowd It is said that Worthaiu wants to run in this district for Circuit Judge and we dont know what Montgomery desires Tub County Teachers Instituto is in session at Ilardinnburg this week There is a good attendance and a lively interest in the proceedings The Teachers are complaning about the cut in the school rate this year but all of them are looking for a job Not much pay in it they say but they will accept what little there la and are gad it is no worse 1 No the farmers are not thinking a great deal about politics now But they cant rest very long There aro so many candidates that they aro not given timo to refit TI10 best thing for the farmer and every other ronn who wishes to pros- Â¬ per is not to muddle too much in poli- Â¬ tics The gold bag crowd though not longer than a week aga had to have a blow out in a convention in Louisville and scatter their complaints all over the country No body has faulted the gild bug Pemocrats but still they keep up the war If there is any undue excite- Â¬ ment around these lads are responsible for it The people want to get rid of so many parties and so many conventions The Louisville convention amounted to nothing except to allow some politicians to give themselves a fresh airing S JF - In this period of cheap yellow back literature it is quite a treat to have the monotony relieved by such a book as we haye just had the pleasure of reading from the facile pens of Horace Carter Hovey A M D D and Richard Ellsworth Call A M Ph U and through the courtesy of the publishers John P Co Louisville Tim title of Morton this interesting book The Mammoth nil at once portray Cave of Kentucky its valuo to every true Kentuckian who is proud of his native State and her won- Â¬ derful gfts from nature This book is the most comprehensive treatise on the mauy great features of Kentuckys in corn parable cavern that has been brought to pur notice It is almost useless after a careful reading of tho book to make a trip to the Mammoth Cave The vivid descriptions of the weird freaks of nature tlprnin contained are written by men who are peculiarly fitted for the work men who iiave mado this subject the study of their lives and make each indi- Â¬ vidual featuro stand in bold relief to the eyes of the almost enchanted reader giv him a faithful description which we have little doubt would be more easily com- Â¬ prehended than if ho were in the cave and viewing with his own eyes this won- Â¬ derful handiwork of the Creator Every known feature is graphically portrayed and the most important ones illustrated by beautiful half tone cuts direct from photographs impregnating the mind with a more truthful reflection of great Â¬ ness than could be civen by a sketch from the conception of an individual artist no matter how great he might be Every known route is traversed with these distinguished writers as guides and not a single feature is missed Among the many interesting scones we find faithful reproductions of The Arm The Bridal Altar Chair Booths The Elephants Head A rapliitheatre Annette Dome Lovers Leap The The Giants Coffin the fame Statue of which is almost universal The Star where the little twinkling Chamber orbits dimly glow upon the pathway of The Bot the awe stricken sightseer tomless Pit the gaping abysi and the Dridee of Sighs crossing it The Fairy Grotto with its magnificent stalactites Fat Mans Misery and stalagmites w here Speaker Heeds conception of the limit of a gentlemans corpulen cy would be necessary to comfort the unapproachable Echo Itiver with Ita blue chilly waters gently rippling from the motion of the many pleasure boata gliding on its azure bosom Great indeed is the subject treated and great are tho doctors Typographically speak Â¬ ing the volume is a piece of art unexcelled perfect and complete The home library is incomplete without it and we predict for the publishers many exhaust Â¬ ed editions ere the public is supplied The book contains US pages with corn prehenlve map is beautifully bound with Kubftiaatfal paper cover in colors and sells for 50 eels Â¬ Â¬ DwrmtJt eewaittM c f M Democratic Executive Maws CotamittM ft hereby fceUfled to meet In ItwiHnaaarg at law office of Mercer A HNrat 1807 1 yrwutkobw wmmk wltbeat fail ItqtMittXl tWwt illdates M to b rr2Mitoy of Jaly Kaah laawaer aetaaa MltfK af M Cam- - jrnrt CUvob Maaraa Sae y iUa CuWa Katie and Nannio Board near Garfield BRANDENBURG last Saturday and Sunday People living out of town should not At host 300 at the races last Saturday L H ft W TIME TAWE got tho collego hero and tho public Tho lawn fpto at Mrs O G Morcmons Bchoot mixed They aro altogether soixa hit was a delightful affair separate and distinct Prof Logan is Pimngtr Dally arr Hardlniburg- - M7 am tho principal of tho college and has A big colored excursion last Sunday on the steamer Eunsiilno oiva WMT nothing to do with tho public school ranenrtr Dally arr llardlniburg 1 S pm Sister Brown is visiting her brother R N Hudson chief engineer of tho Mr Gus Brown at Cloverport What are your resources Texas was in town Monday seeing after MIbj Georgia Holmntottcrs little cous- Â¬ tho new road tho County Cout la to opon Have you for the summer Fresh pure drugs at Witts loading from Cloverport to tho Tnr in from Louisville is visiting her an abundance of health stowed D McGIll ban a very sick child Springs Mr Hudson went over the Miss Merritt of Memphis is spending Take jour country produce to Witts away for the long hot depict- Â¬ route and made tiio survey with the solo sometime with Mrs1 R If Nevltt D II Severs was here one day last viow of getting a good road out to the I am indebted to Mrs Llzzto Board for ing days or does summer find spring week ray drive to Glen Fount last Saturday you low In vitality run down Tnko your produce to tho Clifton Mill Mrs Robt Bowmer returned from Misses Lnla and Minnlo Bland are vis losing flesh and weak Scotts store Sho reports iting Miss Florlno Anderaon near Gus West Virginia last week moth- Â¬ ton Emulsion of Cod liver Oil will Miss Mittie Breeding is visiting at Robt Bowmer Campbell and his er both gatting along nicely Mrs R G Webster A good many of our Ekron friends give you the proper reserve Only remains 10 dajs Kentucky Pho Â¬ Gardiner is his grtat grtat grandmother came in last Saturday to witness the force because it builds up the 60 years old and Master Robert is her races to Company Sho of first great great grandchild solid foundation Mr Wm Bowling one of our oldest system on a Tho fire fiend seems to be at large courso is very proud of him and most respected citizana is dangerous- Â¬ A tonic may stimulate Scotts about Irvlngton Mart Norton wiio lives near Clifton ly ill Kentucky Photo Company is opposite Emulsion not only boosts Mills found on his placo what he sup Â¬ Ono lady on tho raco track put up some tho brick hotel posed to bo a doublo yolked egg on small change and we imagined it was it sustains Miss Edls Cully of Louisville is visit Â¬ breaking it he found that it contained gay Paris It k a wise precaution always to have at ing Mrs J A Witt not only a yolk and whito but a per- Â¬ Honry Nevltt Orla Woolfolk and Tol feast a small bottle of Scotts Emulsion in Master Burn Severs of Henderson fectly round egg betides Mr Norton will keep indefin the Wright attended the lawn fete at Mr ftetyhouse Unopened itafter taine kept la was here last Saturday Tightly corked Bays he owned a rooster last summer Frank Craycrofts a cool place it will remain sweet for weeks Patent medicines of all kinds and at that laid an egg overy other day Elsie and Jerome Yeakel are visiting bottom prices at Witts For sak by all druggists Mr James Kincheloe left last week Mrs Ed Yeakel Elsie Is a is for Carrollton Ky where he will go into Mr and of Louisville Mrs Winebrinner Cents and 100 prime favorite here here visiting her mother the jewelry business Mr Kincheloe Mrs Ella Gregory returned home last Fresh bread every Tuesday Thursday has been in the businisi here sevaval Saturday night accompanied by her sis Democracy The convention was cer- Â¬ and Saturday James Hook years and has dono well His friends ter Miss Annie Dowden tainly composed of tho representative here hope lie will meet with success in J E Monarch and family Owenaboro Mrs Dr Dowden and children are men of Kentucky and was national in its his new field lie was born and reared are vfslting here this week here and is a vory capable and worthy spending a few days In Loulsvillo with character But what a pity that all Dem- Â¬ Miss Mary Mooreman of Glendeane her mother Mrs Dr Ditto ocrats who are for a tariff for revenue young man is vlsitfng Miss Irene Board Mrs 0 G Moremen and Mrs C S only could not assemble on masso to re Â¬ Son nt Garfield havo Whitworth Mies Maggie Brodie of Chenanlt is for tho perpetua- Â¬ dissolved partnership J B Withworth Grlnnell will go to Long Branch soon for affirmof the principlesThe chasm seems to visiting Mrs Cunningham tion Democracy n visit to Mrs Cal Hendrick has g ne out of the firm and entered Tho programs for the fall and winter business for himself Ho has purchas- Â¬ Groyor Shackfett of Ekron took din Â¬ widen and yawn more and more for disB N College are out term of tho ner with us last Saturday He is as good cord ed the house there formerly occupied as The races last Saturday I Yes I Mr Harman and Avitt will have charge a grange store and has begun filling it sound money Democrat as ex President Editor I stepped with about fifty other of the public school here this fall his old Grover with new gjods lie wishes Miss Georgia Hawkins of Stephens friends to remember him and call on Miss Lula Woolfolk has returned from of my sex upon the race track to witness new stand port is visiting Mis Gus Shellman him at his Ekron I notice what the Ekron cor- Â¬ tho foot race between Henry Nevltt and Powell of Ekron Dick camo out See the display of elegant work made Parties who are interested in the respondent says of Lula and I can echo Dick ahead and I was mad just as mad as I by the Kentucky Photo Company meeting at Freedom tho second Sunday tho sentiment could bo Dick is a fine fellow and I Mr and Mrs Charles Fairlelgh of like him Mirs Mittie McCubbins visited Miss in August will not permit anything to but in any contest I want my be sold on the grounds there this year Paducah spent several days this week Katie Eskridgo during the institute home friend to win Henry was ahead Tho meeting begins on Sunday and with Judge 0 0 Fairleigh and wife Crafton Cunningham was here Mon butlike Lots wife ho looked back and Â¬ vlslting his brother Owen Cunningham always draws a large crowd Hereto- Charlie has a charming wife Dick made the leap that crowned him fore parties haye taken the liberty to set Durelle Fairlelgh has gono to Clover- Â¬ victor Henry is a noble generous boy A B Sklllman Jr of Webster is up little stands around and sell things and took his defeat in true Spartan man Â¬ here visiting his father K S Sklllman but it will not be permitted this year port to soe his aunt Mrs J D Babbage One girl sighed a sigh of regret John ner John and Cal Hardesty had a race You cant miss it by haying your work Mr Geo W Snyder owns a good deal of It Clary and Charlton Ditto accompanied on their horses John made the homo done by the Kentucky Photo Company the land adjoining the church and he him Btretch amid cheers No one would put Have your pictures made C for 60c has authorizjd us to Bay this Tho young folks had a fine time at the his horso against Tom Ramseys Bud Kentucky Thoto Com- Â¬ 75c per dczen Childrens Day nt Garfield last Sun- Â¬ St Cloud last Saturday night waiting for Price drove Wanda Moremens fine pany day was largely attended There were tho boat to have a dance on the water pacer around the track several times Mitses Rosa and Mary Mureman of seven or eight hundred people present Mrs John Frakes of St Cloud is a friend Bud is a fine rider and he drove a beauty somethlrg unusual for a gathering in to tho young folks Cloverport are visitirg Mrs It S Skill I enjoyed the drive out I enjoyed watching the horses I enjoyed meeting my man the country The exercises on the part Misses Annie Bondurant and Mabol friends George McAuIifle ran his norse I want your produco and will pay the of the children were well conducted Hardin entertained their young friends and bet against the field and his horse highest market price for it J B Whit and was quite a credit to those who had last Thursday night at Mrs Bondurants won the matter in charge Mrs Will T Ices cako and fruits were served and worth Gregory and Miss Minnie Bell had PATESVILLE overy one had a general good time Miss Lena Drury and Miss Blanche charge of tho music and assisted material- Â¬ Jolly Bewleyville are visiting here this thank you Mr Editor most kindly I ly in arranging ttie whole program It week F W Haynes went to Harned Sun Â¬ was very entertaining and spoke well for ono years subscription to Ladies I am still repairing watches clocks for the members of the Pleasant Grove Home Ideal I much prefer it to tho day T Sunday school Ladiea Home Journal Reading mat- Â¬ jewelry silverware and spectacles M V Marlow went to Whitesville ter Is more appreciated by me than any- Â¬ Wednesday 0 Lewis con- Â¬ The County Teachers Institute Robert McGuflins family have return- Â¬ vened in the court room Monday morn- Â¬ thing M V Marlow and Wm Lynch went Mr Bellamy has given to the world to HnwesvlUe Monday ed from a two weeks visit with relatives ing Superintendent Driskol called tho at Buras Iioubo to order The devotional exer- Â¬ another book which promises to be even Miss Ruth Aldrldge and Mr Jim Gil Â¬ Miss Fannie Smith is attending the cises were conducted by Rev Fred more popular than his Looking Back- liland of Hawesvllle attended the ice Equality is the title and tho cream supper Teachers Intstituto at Eliribethtown Kelly Tho President called for nomi- Â¬ ward this week nations for Secretary The names of rush for it is as great in England as in J A Clark W W Dunn Dr Lawless Misses Eva Cashman Bena Roberts America Photos C for COc or 75c per dozen and F K Gordon attended the conven- Â¬ Judge Lindsays address made before tion at Hawesville Saturday Kentucky Photo Company opposite Ellen Stith and Eva Heston were put forward Miss Eva Cashman receiving the National Democratic Convention was brick hotel Haynes have a complete Gordon worthy of the consideration of every B F Beard and daughter Miss Bessie the highest number of votes was declar- Â¬ nice new and Democrat in our land whether he votes drug store They have a and Mrs P M Beard are at French ed elected Mr John P Haswell Jr fresh stock of drugs also of groceries In a few well chosen remarks welcomed under the roostor of under the hickory Lick Springs There will bo a picnic at this place tho wreath Misj Ada Henderson was here last tho Institute on behalf of the town also a ball at night in the The response was made by Mrs Chas L L Lewis is back from his trip South 11 of August week visiting her sister Mrs Amon Ono hundred and fourteen for his firm in New York He has had a storo house owned by Mrs Martha G Graham Kincheloe teachers answered tho call of the roll very successful trade and is very popular Clark wife of Owens Dr Pennington and George Shorfand W 0 Blaln of Clo- Â¬ The meeting will continue through the with his company as salesman Law Â¬ boro are expected hero in a short time week and promises to be one of much rence is looking well and Is an all round verport wero in our town Thursday to visit Mrs Witt Mr Blain is talking of buying tho drug Interest Prof A It Thomas of Eliza fine fellow of Gordon Haynes Mrs Ely conducted the womans bethtown is conducting the Institute of Illinois son of Rob- Â¬ storo John R Clary prayer meeting at tho church south He giyes two lectures during the week ert Clary is vlsltlrg Mr and Mrs Wm The ice cream supper at this placo SatÂ¬ yesterday evening in addition to his regular Institute M Ditto and Mr and Mrs Abe Ditto urday night was a grand success There James Kincheloe and wile left last work Jr Johns father spent his boyhood and were a large crowd in attendanco and all week for Carrolton where they will early manhood here and is half brother seemed to pass the evening very pleas- Â¬ antly make their future home to the Ditto boys FreeMcthodiitB Mrs Clara Ely and her two daughters Fred Montague representing The I have from my esteemed friend Mrs Wednesday evening of last week two of St Louis arrived last Friday to visit H 0 Woodson Harpers Monthly Mag Frayser Grocery Co of Owensboro was Â¬ miuisters came to this city and anFred is a jolly lit- Â¬ her mother Mrs V Daniel nounced that they would begin a series azine for 1800 with Du Mauriers de- Â¬ hero Thursday Last Monday was quite an active day of evening services closing Sunday that lightful noyel The Martian in serial tle fellow He never forgets to enquire here The town was full of people and they were stopping over in Tohinsport form It portrays school boy life in Paris about Topsy the candidates were active The Blackford Association will meet at but on the following evening would a generation ago in the opening Our friend Will Hamilton who went to this place Wednesday August the 4 There are spots on tho sun but theres bring their wives over with several other none on me I am in business at Gar Â¬ ladies that were with them to assist in California for hia health is getting along All are invited to come People have bo field to stay J B Whltwortb the singing They took particular pains nicely He has regained bis health has gun making preparations A good tlmo There will be a Baptist meeting out at to impress upon those who were there a fine position with Dr Ez a Reid and is Is expected The following is a formula which is Harned on Friday and Saturday before that they were not Mormons nor the so perfectly satisfied His many friends aro On Thursday pleased to know of his prosperity very dangerous when united with a Re- Â¬ called Salvation Army the fifth Sunday in this month convention Ilaid headed Miss II E Brooks State Organizar for publican Quite a delegation came up Monday evening they came two ministers and to help engineer the new road through fivo ladles comprising the party They the Womans Christian Union of Ken- Â¬ Democrats 10 parts drunken negroes began services promptly in front of the tucky lectured Saturday night on 25 This formula should novor be used from pioverport to the Tar Springs Heyser House as announced opening as it is very dangerous We saw it com- Â¬ Alexander Needliam and wife who with singing followed by prayer To Womans work in temperance Sunday pounded Saturday and an explosion fol- Â¬ morning on religious education of chil- Â¬ have been visiting II 0 Hooks family the surprise of all MIsa May Connor who lowed which created quite a disturbance have returned to their home in Hardin formerly resided here but is now mak Â¬ dren and Sunday evening Education Sho Is an affable speaker and Crime county lyiOOLEYyiLLE ing her home in Rockport Ind was one full of enthusiasm in a great causa My shop is well equipped for all of tho party Various reports havo been Â¬ Tariff taxation upon nearly everyrepairs of time keeping machinery circulated about Miss Connor which are Threshingis on a boom Â¬ Every thing done first class Corno see all untrue some saying that she was cer-Â¬ thing we eat drink wear or use In proOat harvest Is about through la about to be largely Increased duction me T C Lewis tainly demented and had lost her mind Dan Styles has a patented krout cut- Â¬ Mr McKluley was elected on a high I will deliver Fordsville coal from the A Nkwb representative interviewed Miss protective taflfl platform He thinks lie ter first day of August to the first day of Connor who conversed perfectly rational is cfolng right and Miss Lizzie Ilayden was In towa Mon Â¬ then you know Let October at 8c per bushel after that at and showed no signs of a demented per Â¬ the currency alone means keeping the day son One of the ministers said that Miss 8Jc Jesse Whitworth Democrats apart The Republicans aro Jim Nevftt Rhodolia was in town Connor had only joined them for a few shrewd Miss Eva Heston who has been viaif Monday Ing in Leitchfldid for sometime returned days The meetings grew with interest Read how the Democrats gold and sil- Â¬ The dance at W H Burchs was quite home l at Thursday She was accom from the start and Iaig crowds assem Â¬ ver denounce the Infamous tariff a success bled to hear the sermons and the beauti panied by Mr W L Thomas What is the matter with the Clover Â¬ songs The best of order prevailed Read how they score the Populists and Jesse Whitworth will handle the iul given the beat of atten Â¬ then reflect how many of them voted port baas ball club and they wero Fordsville coal this summer He thinks last November aad is it any wonder that Fenley Cody wa tho guest of Joo lie will be able to put it in the peoples tion to be Fne Metlv we do not know where we are at or Qterk Tuesday eyealag aad Wedaeaday The ministers claim houses at eight and a half cent odista and have regular charges ono at what is to become of us The Populists Why sot arraage a game of ball with Talk Is cheap but it takes money to Cannelton tho other Uvea inllllsoU and are no more abxIous for fusion thaa th crck ajacks or the StaphaaspO t club buy goods Hut it doesnt take very is here assisting the regular paotor in a other parties Mks Elk Bryaa Daavilk Ky k much to buy them from me Call and erica of meetings at Toblnaport The Mrs Robinson living at the edg of see me and examine my price J B purpose of these meetings they say k to town has had two deaths her graad visiting Irlaada aad relatives at her Whithworth Garfield family la tea days Hoow get ftearor the people aud reach a clM childrea la Tbaaakgoiag la ba aaataar mm ol avary privileged family k nlak There will be a ministers ipeetiBg at who would not otherwise hear tb go Wha way to soaaa otbar tbaae grand balk ja tha ball aasaaiiaM Bethel church Har Bewleyvllls aaxt pei Thay will eontiau to hoW awTvioM taring la sease din Saturday There will be aaad alafap f tWr tatoraacki over at TwhiMport family lass privllagad thaa wa ar toW in Aagaatv Kywybady isaaa several talk by both raialatom aa4 lay for another awl exWwl a eotdk U social miHuea M bagia to Wwa tsMmtbattba fltavaspo baya at awa There will be iH aaer on Um laviUtkw te OIowM port popl to mw Iffcagan last waak la tA aiatwas of thai aotaaaaxiaa to play tha Mastefvilta ground pvwr ad bar tfyBi Thy axynwiJ faulty Privikgad aalgWbow was asosa boys anibay van thgtSol Jaaa Po will bit a bating jkaitfoaUrly pMd thaa kiatl and attaativa la mlakiatiag bably feat sm afatia U UiiWMlvtM JaaMS Mooreman and Mies Myrtl the witbt ttfOJ karbaat Moomm ami Mies Zaliaa ftooaaar 0 X S Hiailtaaa will via wtimr tha maaly om Hbm If a K Ity Tboy My tnay wm atvr tmtad Big Spring aad Miss Wary L CUrkioe hickory wraatb aaibUm aTtba Nataaa J da of IHmm Louisville was Ui 0 Ti HARD1N6BURQ Keep Up Your Scotts Emulsion in Summer time Prices Cut SUMMER ON m Fioy ii Â¬ GOODS araaca in Wash Goods DRESS GOODS 25c 15c 12 10c 50 Goods Goods Goods Goods cut to 15c cut to 10c cut to 8c cut to 5c PRICES ON Â¬ Straw Hats Gut to One -- Half Former price 100 HATS GO AT 95 HATS GO AT cO HATS GO AT fcol i 50 35 25 kx tioi Â¬ VEST You Like to Deal at a Grocery house where things look neat and clean whero the clerks are polite and obliging where doliycries are mado on lime above all where you know you aro getting tho best in the market at tho fairest of prices Thats the sort of houso we keop Call and bo suro of it - Nothing but the Purest and Freshest Groceries VVe Prices the lowest are anxious to please Gregory Gibson m Cloverport Ky BARGAINS AT tvvvvavvtvV CLIFTON MILLS Goods at Reduced Prices for Cash 50 Mens Fine Shirts for Summer Wear reduced from 100 to 50c each Ten days ago at our closing sale the men crowded in and as they thought got all the best Bargains but we still have pome left FOR THE LADIES1 Si sgKfrjixajygg SbViTSV Old Sol V G BABBAGE Assignee J I U Kottlmflu some god jrork these days aud you should be prepared to jwtect yourself from his roaiohrc rava for h will bewith ns for some time and the weather men say hoH cooV everyone la hia reach if theyre not clad la our f Cool Summer Wearing Apparel a Wa bow have everything that is desirable in tka way at hr wk Summer Dry Goods and Dress Goods Un tferweart Shoes and Slippers JLight Summer Suits Straw Hate Parasols um arenas fans jvic We an gWriBf aanaina amy day ialSomwa ranjblajsj u4 JJ oaulortakty for iSa has taka aaaaW paiasla ttslftg ntawMr pantos Priaea soitad to Hia times hard times too Ui n j iuta fta W E BROWN mmmmimmw S 1 y - jJSL J V VgfaMfc l lJ V- - rr yn IRVINOTON m v i T7f THE BRElOHBlNRIDGR Breckenridge WWf3DAY JULY NElWS OLOYRHPORT DUKES Corn all laid by Killing tobacco worms U tho order of News 21 1897 aa vMB 3Fsl v wr Cnrrnt Comment T Byour UrsniJenburs Correspondent kJ i Oar dear Dialiop Dudloy Is In England to attead theLambuth Conference which is the fourth of lis kind and to be held a the new and commodious church bottM at Vest Minster England a gath- risg l Bishops of the Anglican church throBBbeut the world It is said that at least 300 will attend the meeting which in in bo sense ecclesiastical but purely social Sflll Buch a body of learned men from the four quarters of the globe bound bjrthe tame vows could not come togthWiyithout great good being accom- iisbeJjfef their Master Great comfort and strsith from association preat In- stiration will be felt for the extension awl uplifting of His Kingdom A mighty iihHaeRce Is bound to be felt from such a Omlerence albeit it has no constitution il existence To this assembly our dear 3tfaof Jtw gone Let us pray he may Je kept 1b Ills holy keeping and jfrrlsg him back to his children of our thHrch Ills last words were Mizpah IWe ail love that word The Lord watch ibetween me and thee- when we are ab- seal OBe from thee other t - iit Many thing lead us to belleye that the transmission of thought is a mystery bat alas a fact Telepathy is in its in faacy but It is destined somo day to be a swift subtle and potent force in exist- Â¬ ence It is tho language of our spirits and by means of which communication in both the seen and unseen world Is possi Â¬ ble I believe we are drawn by such a kforce to those whom wo have never even met and can feel their influence just as we can be brought into spiritual accord with those in an unseen world Think of what the telegraph the telephone and the X Ray hnv done Finally tele Â¬ pathy will come In a natural evolution- Â¬ Some scientific man has ary process t hti same persistent plea to make before ho world that Galileo iNewton and Edison did before they had followers and before the force is scientifically uhder itood The theory of the telepathic con tousness is a most comforting consist g theory though one might not en- irse quite as far as Mario Corelli in or Bondil c itomance oTtwo AVorlds i n in Nephele but I do endorse- nearly - far mit Wt f How to raise money to meet church penses Is a subject that is being just jw much agitated in the religious world Is It right to have fairs concerto suppers entertainments of any kind to Ministers raise money for churches are almost unanimous in denouncing such means being employed for chnrch support They do not wish us to think they depreciate human efforts and human instrumentalities but they seem to wish to teach us in this age of money worship that we should learn that prayer is more pwerful than large subscriptions holi- Â¬ ness more efficient in the cause of be church than a big bank account Loye and faith better builders and workers in the Christian world than unloving liber-Â¬ ality or faithless beneficence Hut Mr Editor we can have all the above but if we lack that almighty dollar how is the building to go up A poor man can do as much good in some ways as a rich oneja promoting the cause of tho church but when it comes to shelling out the Well if he or hard cash he alnt in it she is willing to give his time and labor ia aa entertainment wherefcfcthe harm Time is money In that recent remark Â¬ able book Quo Vadis which is being so much quoted In secular and religious papers and which I have just finished is given a clear sane and true picture of the growth of the church in the time of the Emperor Nero who was powerless to interfere with those who were seeking to build His church The worlds great- Â¬ est tyraat wondered at the constancy of the kaadful of ChrJstlass It is so now tbe werld will always recognise genuine goodntso and spiritual power but aside frew all thk a legitimate enterprise a properly conducted work cannot take freca the splrltaal life of a church The NMOfrees of any- chnrch ye gathered ttatetjsgh many channels and various which is not considered when the hat k pasjbd round or a subscription ake up An hoaestgood heart that aids in a fair Is often a marvelous Ineplr-- mw 3 Pi - Tbe Queens Jubilee celebration is not w4tbet its literary features for It has aaw attsaded by one of the greatest boat salea Loadoa has known la this gwwatlim CMaJegoee have for some tiM Ween la the baads of book levsM m both tUm of the waters all qwaUiag aaxUMsiy for what is a great boo to thorn If I had a surplus of dollars atad eeate h would always go for good books and a library to bo sold would aver eateb mo prosoat to grasp roeord hreoklag priooa This ealta to my mind tho tfSer onoo now la tho logal and social position of woiaoa and whoa tho Queen took her throe 90 roars ago that hi in Xafelaad When aba eanie to tho throne woaaaua position Was ono of moro or loos soiyI info Jf abo was married the law ro-ono with ItrM hoc w MMMMly her hoabactd that all that was th Utt iMght hats wMbi whllt all that was bis we own Wasnt that a onododaJWrT VMt it tho samo for eaoh M mua Mmym Is 4wHttfeMI slati ili Witt MtaMa Well Mabo was anurrtsd tho eye of tho lav aathlag grown ap iafaaL It aooms legislators tboaghtab vnajwjJCao lagal rights sxoopt thoso of Hj Cf jdrinc la marriage and of aad ins nursery ill baportAAoo wo laajaaaraoM High Iutle On Ilutton Tha button timntf no hirers present and prorfpectlvo aro unusually greedy in their demands for tnrill duties Ma JaW bK i igaiiiiV Kinloy duties nro entirely tod Blow for tho button infnuts Tha following is part of a stntoniput madu by button importers Tho proposed duties on buttons as per sohcdnlo of tho finance couiralttco of tho flonnto aro ns a ruin prohibitory and would provo n sevcro hardship on ALL 10 NJiTWaiiim Roods used by tho poorer nud middle DRUfiIST5t classes and also to manufacturers of or con ttlrMlon CueirrU r thldil various garments used by tho mass of nn I1CV trTPT ttUanAnlnnll I IKrVLUlblllV CtUDIlTtff n leefTriporrlbtfiioieMrBtrlrriiUi Iax 1 gini shirts such oh tlft our pcoplo clothing low priced followJr4M4tokMrrM id BTKKMJMIKBTlUChltKcBontilCnorNrork etc Tho underwear ing data will tivo somo Idea of tho In equalities of tho proposed duties Agnto Buttons Present duty also Remark 0a Gold and Silver but none of us women nor do men of McKiuloy bill 25 per cent proposed this age wish to be considered Incapaci- Â¬ I duty of ono twclfth of 1 cent per lino tated for business pr adopt a theory of If it is the right of any person having per gross plus 15 per cent ad valorem All this is now prac- Â¬ a claim on the treaenry of the United Utter helplessness would avcrngo from 07 to 101 per cent tically changed and women are on an States to be paid In gold coin then It is bearing heaviest on tho class of goods equality with men as In our own coun- Â¬ the right of the treasury to bo paid in that mako up tbc great hulk of the im- Â¬ try but the Idea died harder over thero gold by nil persons on whom it has portations Tho following schcdulo taking tho styles that soil shows tho than in our own fair land But these claims rnugo proposod days there is next to nothing a woman WHITE LENTlIXtS Off CARD BOLD TO JOOMNO may not bo and do in England from a II TIUDE sexton up to a member of the London Present Pro- - EotuiU If gold alone Is money at the treasury posed lulvnl duty wo- Â¬ This altered state of school board to be tho money at the Ho Lines Price 23 p ct dutjr p ct it ought alone 101 men during the Queens reign has pro- Â¬ custom houso 18 0011 0124 0100 1H 104 10 aOCO 0231 0235 0 duced many good results Women every Â¬ 20 SI 0253 0810 0078 where are gaining golden opinions in 70 00 23 0287 0005 0878 III 71 25 40 0441 0110 0810 every field except perhaps the battle If it is repudiation to redeem green B0 07 27 0128 0847 0510 fields and even there they can bind up backs at the treasury in silver it is re- Â¬ numma ron manufacturing thade in bulk 110 14 0034 0100 0U8 wounds and do nursing which are noble pudiation at the banks to pay checks in Mineral 10 125 0145 Ivory 0030 0183 and beautiful callings and their domain silver certificates 131 IS 02O1 0038 0163 Lcntlllo All hall to tho good old Queen for her Thcso Inttous nro not mndo hero nor interest in thus aiding to emancipate IV aro they likely to bo niado First he womankind But back to my old theory If the silver dollar is a fifty cent dollar causo Ilttlo or nono of tho raw material Lei a woman follow her chosen line of then the workingmen of the United required has besn found hero second work if she has to if compelled but any States are being cheated by their employ- Â¬ becnuso tho total sales being limited to woman will agree with me that It Is very ers out of half of tho wages that were this country would not wnrraut tho investment of tho necessary capital in a delicious to be absolutely dependent up Â¬ agreed on plant needed to mako tho various styles sho loves and who loves to in- Â¬ on a man wanted It is ovidcut that tho intention dulge her in this very dependence But V is to oxcludo thcso goods in tho interest when she does have to struggle to live I If the holders of obligations of tho of somo higher cost goods The proposed appeal to irons highest chivalry to band United States can demand gold payment duty would bo a real hardship nud bear together to see Mint she has fair play and so can the owners of all private debts heavily on tho class of pcoplo who buy ns well as on tho china buttons every help and every chance a mauly demand their payment In gold manufacturers of cheap shirts under- Â¬ hand can lend wear cto VI Bono Buttons to sow on Present Did You Ever The law of the Unltod States makes duty 35 per cent MoKinley bill B0 dollars a legal tender for per cent proposed duty from 100 to Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your standard silver If not get a bottle now and unlimited amounts in payment of all 104 per cent Thcso goods nro mostly troubles A green- Â¬ sold to manufacturers of cheap under- Â¬ geLrelief This medicine has been found debts publio and private to be peculiarly adapted to tho relief and back is a public debt and therefore pay- Â¬ wear childrens waists clothiug eta cure of all female complaints exerting able by law In silver The same is true Manufacturer Agalnat the Turin Hill a wonderful direct influence in giving of United States bonds and interact cou- Â¬ Ono of tho most striking indications strength and tone to the organs If you pons of tho growth of sentiment ngaiust high have Loes of Appetite Constipation protcotlou and of a liboral sentiment VII upon tariff matters is tho movement Hoadache Fainting Spells or are Ner- Â¬ There Is now 140000000 of gold in against tho pending tariff bill by tbo vous Sleepless Excitable Melanchoiy or troubled with Dizzy Spells Electric the United States treasury which John Manufacturers Association of the Unit ed States Mr A B Farquhar an ex Bitters is the medicine you need Health G Carlisle by order of G rover Cleveland tensivo manufacturer of agricultural and strength are guaranteed by its use and In gross violation of law bought at machinery at York Pa is at tho head an average premium of 12 per cent It Fifty cents and 100 at A It Fishers of tho movement ought not to be surrendered to foreign Drug Store It is well known that in tbo manu Â¬ When they want facture of agricultural implements and bankers for export coin for redemption give thorn silver machinery Americans aro far in ndvnuco A Busy Judge This will enable Mr Gago to avoid of their competitors in any other laud After hearing argument in a case a the impeachable violations of law of aud that tho products of thoir factories rural justice said may bo scon in tho fields all over tho which his predecessor was guilty civilized world Thcso peoplo need no Im sorter mixed on this here matter protection aud aro well abloto takooaro an Pll preserve my decision VIII About what time jedga said the Redemption in gold preferonco to sil- Â¬ of themselves All thoy ask is to have lawyer will you dish out them pre Â¬ ver is dishonest whenever it costs a pen- Â¬ untaxed raw matorial so that thoy will hot bo placed at a disadvantage serves ny extra A great list of other industries are Thars no tellln replied his honor practically in tho samo position nnd do IX Ive got a sight o plowln ter do an sire frco rnWliiatOriul ruorcT than thoy The assertion that any man is entitled desiro protcctiou It is also significant erbout ten acres ter fence in Jest take Atlanta to gold instead of silver at the treasury that tho manufacturers in thoir peti- Â¬ the prisner ter jail till fall tion to tho senate dcolaro that thoir for any purpose whatever is a falsehood Constitution and when uttered by thpse who admin Â¬ ability to employ American labor will ister the law and arO therefore bound bo greatly impaired by tho possago of The Grandest Remedy tbo tariff bill Thoy ask that tho Chi to read them it is a willful falsehood ncsawall that is obstructing tho foreign Mr It B Greeve merchant of Chill trado and crippling American enterprise howie Ya certifies that hb had con- Â¬ X shall bo broken down sumption was given up to die sought Asa conclusion from the foregoing Tbo plea which has been all medical treatment that money could it follows that the Unltod StatfB is a years by tho protectionists used foi namely procure tried all cough remedies he double standard country to the extent that protection js in tho interest of could hoar of but got no relief spent of the 430000000 of silver dollars in ex- Â¬ American labor is shown by census many nights Bitting upina chair was istence and the silver bullion now In figures to bo it sham Of tho 5000000 induced to try Dr Kings New Discov Â¬ the treasury represented by 100000000 persons employed in manufacturing in ery and was cured by uso of two bottles of coin notes issued for its purchase and tho United States it is shown iu tho po For past three years has been attending the remaining silver bullion being its titiou that less than 200000 aro cm to business and says Dr Kings New seignorage ou the same This too not ployed in occupations subject to active foroigu competition aud 110000 In Discovery is the grandest remedy ever notwithstanding the fact that as to all occupations subject to modorato for made as it has done so much for him treasury operation it was made a gold eign competition Tho remaludor over and also for others in his community standard bountry by executive usurpa- Â¬ 4000000 do not como at all in compe- Â¬ Dr Kings New Discovery is guaranteed tion tition with foroigu labor very plain that tho Dingley bill for Goughs Colds and Consumption It What is it to be made under McKin is It isdesignod any more than auy other not dont fail Trial bottle free at A It Fish Â¬ ley high protectivo measure was dosigucd ers Drugstore This question will Boon nave to bo an- Â¬ to protect Amorican labor or to proswered if gold goes out at the rate of duce revenues for tho government It is GARRETT 5000000 a week the amount of list designod primarily to protcot tbo trusts and to fostor monopoly Bultimoro weeks report Cincinnati Enquirer Sun guests of Mrs Misses MHoa were the Popular Bluff Mo FebI7th 1817 Medley Monday J O Mondenball Evansville Ind J G Roby was at Flaharty Saturday Dear Sir I have found your Chill MARKET REPORTS the guest of John Burnett and Fever Cure a good seller in the past Several from here went to Branden Â¬ year having purchased three gross in burg Monday to attend court that time It seoms to give perfect sat- Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY July JO 1887 of Branden- Â¬ isfaction as Lhave not hoard of a single MUs Beulah Fountain BMpperi ihould mark all paekagM plainly is the guest of the Misses Foushee complaint though I have sold it under burg with iMpperi nam and poit ofile addrwi The Literary here is progressing nice- Â¬ a strict guarantee aa directed by you Respectfully L F Quinn ly new officers were elected Saturday BUTTER 9 Q 10 Short HayB8v CoIm eoBBtry night 7 8 MwHam Miss Lulu Orutcher returned home Crtamary - W 14 HOW TO FIND OUT Saturday after an eight weeks stay In zaas VrMS Cincinnati glass with Fill a bottle or common FEATHERS D W Burch and wife of Hill Grove 3 34 were the guests of W W Miles and urine and let it stand twenty four hours Prim wMU go 1 20 MUd a sediment or seltllag indicates an un- Â¬ Old family Sunday 310 38 It 00 John Funk and family spent Sunday healthy condition of the kidneys When Stol daok POULTRY la GarnetUvllle the guests of C If urine stains linen It is evidence of kid m vy 0 Lane and family Too frequent dosire to Hbi por lb ney trouble 8 10 Spring Chickens par dot mid t urinate or pain in the back k also con Daoki per lb The threshing machine is ia our 0 7 say tneir wueat i94 vInciBg proof that the kidneys and blad Get per doi 400 anil tue farmers well taming out POTATOES der are out of order 1 S41C0 IrUhi per barrel new D S Roberts wife sad babyof Ekron S 00 2 69 New La WH4T TO BO wore Die guests of Rod Shacklett and 75 Sweet potatoee per bbl fawily Saturday night There is comfort ia the kaowlodge bo From ttore 1 to 5 oti higher Nary Beam per bnihel 811m Harrington of MuWwUgb pass Â¬ expressed that Dr Kehners ROOTS ed through here Friday en route home often 1 74 1 40 after a few days stay in Breckenrldge Swamp Root he great kidney remedy OiBieng - 30 i fulfils every wWi in rellsvlagpaia in the Sealca Haake county IS Piak m 11H 31 Garret and Grahainptort base ball back kidneys liver bladder and every Yellow 10 The 6 boys crowd bats Sunday The score part of the arlnary passaaes It corrects Wild Ginger was eloVon to three In favor of the inability to hold urine and scalding pain Lady Blfpser Ma AhJ7 - X Q 3K boys InpatslBgit or bad effect following uso 3H liquor wine or beer and oyorooaaos of FIELD SKIDS 8 A4HataHa MkVv 140 H that unpleasant nooeatity of balas coaa- - Timothy per Wekel 4 64 Ofever Thk Jtaar SjIlvk ia tho world for Cuts noljoH Vo get up many Uuios during tho Orieaeeaper kvehe bvefcei 3M Otever per Braiooa Soros Uloow Salt Jthoaai Fe night to uriaate M Thoniklaad tb x IMTayyi hsihil 1 19 Sofia Tottor Chapped Hawk Cull traordlnary effcot of Swamp loot k soon inm per fcuhel kutey r 159 Uaiaa Coras and all Skin Emotions realizsd It stands tho highest for Ik Mm Ova estre per heeael beefcel Mm i and postiyely ourea Pilos or bo pay re wonderful euros of tho sooat dfatrosaiag Oaie YeUew per Week 3 it TT White 3M aajfod It k gaafaatooJ to giyo porfoct eaaaw If you Bead attdktao yoaahould or mossy rafuMod Trios bava the boot Sold by drug ark 8 K ar A K any eoota and ono oxunw xou saay im ska Fob hm ti MM bavo a sample bottle and paaaplot both BsMajStf fVm mall Mention ton aacs aa4 lipnaaay aaso a maiBatlTBM and send your address to 1SM VttMMVltis lHSHlineeeeeef ii Oaaesrots OaixU OaUtartk the Bitot wont NY Br Kilmer Oa BbtghaiuU dorful medical dlanot ry of tbo ago ploas aui and NtrtMhiac to las taoto act sjoatly Tha proprietors of thk paper guarantae and MMiiivohr on kidnojrs IWeraaa sowola tbe uoaalnenaat of Into offer okaitstag IM ontiM ayoka Abnoloakt i nasasrsis mvr nawwai iism warns T Z ayMfcH DR MENDENTf ALLS IMPHOVED MmKk mABDY CATHARTIC TRAVEL DO YOU a trlpf Po you suffer from to Use Ar foufolnff 1 CHE AND EM CUE lUhiinallnnl WtiV fir firVt It iT Ml nrlnit JtJHIIMANM HllVTHHI IMHA1 KKi HHpththfadacheiirethtnerToiiarMii1 o evuilrlcnoft t 11 r I Â¬ gawCURECOHSTIKfflOH JiiJirtfTaa rlffillMII Ytn s4so Â¬ Â¬ 1 the day Esq E II Johnson and Nftto Starks went to IlRwtsvlllu Monday The chintz bug has mndo Its appear Â¬ ance In this neighborhood Mrs EmmaUsom and Mrs Lou lar boo wentto Cloverport Tuesday John Dnko and wlfo visited their daughter Mrs Ollio Campbell Sunday The weather has been so extremely vrArm tho last week that man and beast could not stand to put in full time John Shaw and wife of Iatesvillo at- Â¬ tended services hero Sunday and were the guests of S D Burnett and wife Thero was nearly GOO moro votes polled in the sllvor fusion primary in Hancock county than was polled in the Republican primary Lighting struck S B Burnetts farm Friday during the thunder storm but did little damage to the building Several persons were in the barn at tho time but none wero seriously hurt Health ono of the greatest blessings bestowed upon tho human family is what most of tho good people of this place are enjoying at this time How grateful we should be to Him whogiveth us this blessing that we know not how to appreciate it until we have tested the miseries that are caused by ill health Â¬ Iit th of hl Inhaler the erlest f tlmnUnt ana prerntllve known Wondrfnl rf and Ailhm Ilrf In IITHirT JUff JnlAMN INIIVIIJR and joa will aiwya ih It It at Drn1l oS f lu Sy 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inclusive Return limit August 12 TELEOSAPHT PENMANSHIP ETC r- yXTho OhattaHoera Young People lea Tcnii Iluptlst Villon of Ainer BRYANT No Good desiros to better bis or her condition la life should write for tho Catalogue of the 400 THIBD BTHEET LOUIBVII1IB KY STRATTON 33T2gl2Sf Going July 13 to 15 inclusive Return limit August 15 Chicago Ills Unvollliig of IUoKan JttOHIIIHelll fM U Going July 21 Return limit July 20 ClHclnHatl O SoriHun Kpivorth Icbkhc of M 13 Church Going July 21 and 22 inclusive Return limit July 20 lHdlaHapelle Ind Animal Coh ventloH Yohhic lcaplo tlhrUt Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order We fully realize your thoughts when tho idea of having dental work done comes but nevertheless they must have attention and the sooner he better We arc prepared tb do your work with a guarantee to give satisfaction at exceedingly low prices We will be at Irvington on Wednesday and Thursday after the fourth Monday of each month It is to your interest to commit us Ihh VhIoh a Going August 17 and 18 Inclusive Retnrn limit September 13 NallBHal KucantpaioHt SeHiel Vet eran HARDIN WILDER Brandsabury Ky Going September 8 and 0 incluslvo Return limit September 15 tiZZ HHffale N Y O A K EucMHip meat Going August 21 to 23 inclusive Return limit September 20 HchhIoh of Army Columbus For Family or Medical Use ft Of4 Wa4 Virginia Goiig Sa4Kbf 7 and 8 IbcIusI vs VetexnerM -- ti IThIsh KHCWtpHMt Going Spt4mMr 3 mm M ItveleK s1fv Rsun imiiMMVr 13 lAeHH Wattemal Pure jpple JJrandy tb afby J WtSaSu r l1 ss ttv ForlsrtlkMr iAferaMtio HsUs Mti UumUm Uwj1hits sn4 fnt mmtitpu aadataSr sot Uonsd iMpita aoeaaU Tteksi AstaW iesy B JtOSWy m orseUms OUrtSWAW0 s I pk a tpscUity of Fina Apple Jkiuwly jfuaranteo I uso notluaf but sound and to b atrictl aoadulWrmted not in cenMmt ript flQMt My Brttady is all fermented ia flavor ia not detected tftNA is that mean dUagreoablfwQlmaka special prices pcHirous 0 iatyoducing myifoods ou 6n to bar gallon psgtiiei 95 goods ax per gallon All xackages securely and 97 goods i7 pjev gaHA tv seated aud hippeJ oa shart aoHe t r y apggiaaSafc immnmvm t HJ C M SMITH Andyville Ky ni jfrjAm wVsMTiA J Ti - t iiKmimmmmumzmfinBt ftJ j kamaarA riL t JiaaW rn- wmmmmm ifTVH Oflp SiiSlO QKO YJ2AKEL IWSl HWm Breckeniixje tows 31 1807 ft T CO WEDKN8DAY JULY Tho Great Bargain Store and Palace Dry Goods Some Farm and Garden Some Interesting Items for Our Agricul tural Neighbors A A 11 A GREGORY WaWftuirtr CO AfNfe - o k Stattal Local Agents IK limbliog Thouyhti ly Jfe Copyrighted by Dawcft Tabor f Liko a specked apple tn a barrel of good ones Is an idler in a community of workers J powerful to produco a similar condition in others and that only Loafora are enemies to society tor tbey do not suffer the Iocs of moral back bone alone but they flash tho discovery before their fellow that it Is possible to scramble through the world without much effort Ah Mrs Josephine Shaw Lowell says The world Is divided into two great classes not the rich and the poor but the workois and the idlers The frowsy beggar of sturdy frame whin Â¬ ing at your door and the child of the Meal thy killing time in over conceiva- Â¬ ble fashion belong in tho ratno class Dirt and daintiness rrgt and respectability blend in one common downfall of all that is best in the human nature The race hitherto gained solely by the sweat of tho brow In somo form or another and we who toil see no other way to assuro further progress But these easy goers tell us in efTect that we ate fools and thoy are always gaining fresh listeners You who are halting between two opinions strong in capacity but weak in will undetermined whether to expend the minimum of effort in the world or whether to give of your capaci- Â¬ ty In full measure be the gain yours or not let a toller speak to you out of a full heart Â¬ I i May he bo confounded who would persuade us away from work It always lias beon a blessing in disguise or as V Whittiersays The curse of earths morning Ii the blessing of iti noon To work is to discover the happy the healthful the hopeful way through life The aboye very appropriately named dry goods emporium is tho largest dry goods house in Meade county Tho storo building a brick structure of mod ern architecture is located on Main street The largo plate glass show win Â¬ dows with thelf artistic displays aro very attractive and reflect with credit upon the management Upon entering tho store rooms and immediately to tho right is seen arrayed on shelves an ex- Â¬ clusive line of notions while on the loft and extending away back to the extreme rear part of the store is displayed an especially select line of dry goods and dress good from the serviceable calico and dcslrablo prints to tho better materials suitable for tho most fastidious Brandenburg has many well and fash- Â¬ ionably dressed ladles and an inquiry made as to where they purchased the materials for their dresses is almost sure to meet tho reply At Geo Yeakel Cos The opposite side of the store room shows an immonso stock of foot wear from the dainty slipper to shoes better adapted to the use of the farmer Btock man and artisan Hanging through the center of the rooms piled on tables are domestics sheeting blankets etc Suitable show cases arranged on tho counters display to an advantage those articles so dear lo the heart of femi Â¬ ninity The second floor Is devoted to cloth- Â¬ ing and you can not find a larger or better stock of clothing in the state than that carried by Geo Yeakel Co They also handle groceries and carry nothing but the very best goods in this line You are sure to find the prices right at this house and that the treatment extended patrons of this firm is appreci- Â¬ ated is manifested by the large army of buyers seen passing in and out every day Thoy aro offering some extraordi- Â¬ nary bargains this week Read their ad in another colmn Â¬ Â¬ divcnrwiT 1 wiil Wl lllXAXXllJ1 - A BEST TRAINS Â¬ UamatlaaJ tuHUw CiatiM Sto Dealers tn 4 f J HARVESTING GRAIN Thrashing1 From the Eoonnm cut lllnta Shock Marketing Grain Qot tho best bludor Loader or reaper SORGHUM AS AFODDERCROP Methods Practiced In Oklahoma Adapting Crops to Weather and Climate Frcoly conceding tho groat vnluo of Kansas City Montaiw Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha Doors Bash Blinde Yellow for definite labor puts the nerves to rest and quiets the feverish heart If bowed down with sorrow stricken because a beloved voice is silenced forevermore Go Work and the motions of dally duty will solace your spirit If bewil- Â¬ dered at the apparent confusion in the world misery where there should be joy crops of disappointment from a gener- Â¬ ous seeding of hope Go Work I and tho concentration of purpose needed by your duty will relieve your overstrained brain and a clearer understanding of the laws of life will be yours The balance of the wide worlds brain is kept by toll With nothing to do and bound Â¬ less time for thinking and puzzling over the mysteries of our ending we should became a universe of melancholic fatalists But the rhythm of work con- Â¬ stantly recurritg keeps as wholesome minded just as tlio ebb and flow of the ocean purifies the world Work is the anodyne for suffering It is geat sanity idlenefs the insanity of life How much ve loved the wonderous wand In childhoods story told Whkh waved by the magicians hand Turned everything to cold And changed the cottage mean and low Into a palace great And made crimed Cinderella glow In robes ol royal state Vet we too have a magic wand Which st anger changes shows And males the dreary desert sand To blosrom like a rose So let ui lift our power en high We may not dare not shirk And mote the very earth and sky lly limple honest work I a Reasons Why Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy ii the Best 1 Because it affords almost instant relief In case of pain in tho stomach colic and cholera morbus 2 Because it is the only remedy that never fails In the most severe cases of dysentery and diarrhoea 3 Because it is tho only remedy that will cure chronic diarrhoea 4 Because it is the only reinedv that will prevent bilious colic 0 Because it is the only remedy that will cure epidemical dysentery 0 Because it is tho only remedy that can always be depended upon in rases of cholera infantum 7 Because it is the most prompt and most reliable medicine in use for bowel complaints rloodgato For Dltclt 8 Because it produces no bad results Farm Field and Firesido originally f Because it is pleasant and safe to illustrated tho floodgato for farm ditchtake es sent in by a Wyaudotto county O 10 Because it has saved the lives of more people than any other medicine 7s fr In tho world Tho 25 and 50c slzs for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman A f4 XK Hi VY Stephensport suited to your needs provided a now machine is nccesary A binder in many cases is tho best but n hcador in qulto a largo scopo of tho farther western wheat belt is absolutely essential tho straw in somo years being too short to bind though tho quality and quantity of tho grain bo tho very highest Thero nro small farms hero and thero and es Â¬ pecially for oats for which tho reaper is best adapted and tho small farmer who owns a good reaper need bo in no hasto to throw it aside for ho can cut mid bind his small field without hiring of help or paying out money for twlno In tho further interests of economy J M Rice Oklahoma in a letter to Tho Orango Judd Farmer says I do not adviso that the binder with its wide tiro bull wheel and two to bIx horses bo driven ovor tho grainoven if but onco around the field nud not driven through it to divide into lands It is certainly not tho right way to do to rniso n 0 to 12 inch strip just to tramp it down A way to avoid this each ono can nrrango in somo way ac- Â¬ cording to his peculiar surroundings In my old Iowa farm whoro tho grasses did so well I had n strip sown to grass all around my field wido enough for tho passage or turning of all machinery Tho grass would straighten after tramp- Â¬ ing so thorn wat no wnsto whothcr this strip was cut beforo or after tho grain harvest In this section very fow of onr grninflclds nro fenced so if the plow Â¬ ing has been rightly dono tho horses and drivo wheel nro clear outsido of tho grnin Whilo thero nro advantages in thrash- Â¬ ing from tho shock I would not risk ad Â¬ vising my brother farmers to lenvo tho shocks stand in tho Hold until it would bo possiblo to got thrashing dono If thero was a thrashing machino for ovory dozen farms it might bo safe but it cer- Â¬ tainly would not bo profitablo to machino owners A 15 minute rain with oloudy days following would complete- Â¬ ly stop tho thrashing for days whilo if in tho stack by the use of covers generally at hand an hour need not bo lost As to marketing grnin direct from tho machino that may or may not be good ndvico It certuinly is not good ndvico to say always market from tho To thrash nt one- - from tho machino shock and at onco put tho grain on tho market would put tho great wheat crop of this country into tho hands of buyers insitlo of threo months nud tbo great bulk of it in less than two months I do not think any rulo can bo given on this point Tho rending intelligent farmer wants to study tho crop situation and sell or hold ns best judgment indi- Â¬ cates Â¬ Â¬ Rico the well known corn fodder J western agriculturist says It is not however tbo best foddor for all parts of Hero nro his views ou tho couutry tho subject of fodder crops as expressed in Tho Farm Fiold nTjfl Firesido Corn fodder may bd tho best foddor crop for tho cast and tho great interior and as far west as parts of Nebraska aud Kansas whero so much corn has been produced that it hardly pays to guthor it Thero is boyoitd this a soc tion whoro corn is not u certnin crop ovcry year and in soma sections is not a good crop in any year whero n moro certain grain and foddor crop must bo planted than corn Tako Oklahoma as an example I havo seen horo tho best corn I over saw grown anywhere With- Â¬ in threo miles of tho writer fair to good crops of corn havo been grown on samo farms ovory year sinoo sottlomcnt yet I dont find it profitablo to plant corn on my farm and will havo less than threo acres growing this year but I think I hnvo succeeded ns woll as tbo average in farming Sorghum in somo of its various forms and names has been our mnin grain and fodder crop for stock and in this respect wo havo not failed and today with stock on grass wo havo foddor left as wo havo had ev Â¬ ery year and tho drought of past two years is woll known A prominent wostcrn official and writ- Â¬ er says ho never uses tho word drought I am not afraid to nso it I came horo expecting it nnd havo not been disap- Â¬ pointed Instead of trying to ohango weather and climato tho effort has been to adapt myself to them A drought is not a blessing by any means neither is it all evil With all of our drought last year wo had sorghum hay that grew much larger than wo wonted it tho fanlt bciug ours in sowing it too thin Hero nro our work and plans for this year Common sorghum or what in tho north is often called cane or at ono has been timo Chinoso sugar cane sown at intervals from tho last of March to tho middle of April at tho rate of ono bushol per aero cut in with tho disk harrow thero having been no previous plowing then smoothed down with tho common harrow This will bo ready to cnt for first crop July 1 and from tho stubbiowill grow another crop ready to cut Sept IS This will havo a llttlo grain upon it but is largely a hay crop For grain tho various forms of Kaffir corn etc aro planted from April usu ally until May 35 though lust yoar we planted ns lato as July 17 This will be cultivated and cut same as corn for both grain and fodder and our flvo years ex perience has shown it to bo moro profitÂ¬ ablo for us than corn and wo boliovo in connection with stock raising success with tho avcragosoctions of other states can bo nehioved Of courso wheat is our leading crop Â¬ Â¬ int and Ceiling Weather Boentttaj Shinies Salt Lime Ottwrt Laths Plaster XMetfetg Hair gTftJaHLgaf Tim Plow Handle AgW St Pant Nibrasta Black Hills VIA sveTimfiin gsUaJ ITualsfttb atl r ninvim mmnWtVrfi ajij rvv iwwfivrajv augttl Ww tJheafgWLttaMtaa v 1 n skL mil Y jMJr i i IRaVfVrTOTf SJ v iff k2 kii33 St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRAINS SLEEPERS DINING CARS CHAIR GARS V SEATS FREE M RUOO TRAV PASSFt AOENTiST LOUIS MO HOWARD ELLIOTT OfNL MOH ST LOUIS MO W WAKELEVOENXPAOSrtAQTBTLOUISMO F HANK Of V w ajJHSH l HARDINSBT7M B 7 BEARD WILL MILLER Vlee FratMeet M H BKARD Caikler fl W BKARD 1 MORRIS XSKRIDOK r R M JOLLY mH fw S gtaaga Sold by SHORT HAYNES J H Hunsche Prhtet WASHINGTON April 10 1S00 Deau Mn MoKimwt It is a great mistake hides from tho frco Hat whero they to tako havo boon for so many years It is n slap In the foco to the South Americans with whom we aro trying to cnlargo our trodo It will benoflt the farmer by adding 5 to 8 per cent to tho prico of his childrens shoos It will yield a profit to the butcher only tho lost man that needs It Tho movement Is injudicious from beginning to end in ovcry form and pluisa Pray stop it boforo it sees light Buch move ments as this for protection will protect tho Republican party into a spoody retirement James O Duunk Yours hastily Hon William McKlnloy Chairman Ways and Â¬ Blaine Opposed a Duty on Illdca Tho following lcttor from Secretary of Stato James O Blaino in 1800 is supposed to hnvo had great weight with tho ways and means committee The TAILOR Direeteri Will be in Clover INTEREST PAID ON TIME BErT8 port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month Is your YOUR FORTUNl Keep the Jlnl snd Tkronl clear and amltlir ease and ronr mind and brnln nlwayiret with OUSKMANN MKNTHUIIAfHAJSKIatke all head tntet relief to mankind THROAT CA OUKKS CnTUH HUKF TAKKH Its nn nwful odor ofCittarrh dls That Wonderful ppenrs br Casper May Co liar Kererant Astlinm hrHUV ONLY OHUBMAJii bPitltli l Lanl In trowMes O In OANNELTON IND If J nal it It at Umsflils mswS ftir H r mil IA ftRti HaS f HmI Jkthl frte A USHHiS WHO CO tlKSSiHK ISB if p rci Feeding Soiling Crops With August comos failure of pas tures and a consequent shrinkago in tho milk unless Boiling crops are at hand to help out tho scanty pasturago Tho Â¬ lft f Let It not bo eupposed that riches bring happiness The owners are only happy if they have somo definite duty in life Many of the wealthy toil away under responsibilities that would crush the Inexperienced But the indolent among them are most miserable the with themselves and meu their comrades following ovil to down reflection and being of such little im- Â¬ portance to tho world when they pass away that they become nothing moro than worthless names to occupy valuable space on a hend stone the women wrapped up in soul shrinking ambitions and devoured by petty jealousies un- Â¬ worthy of humanity Tbey dress for dress sake having more worth without than there is within and strut their little day like puppets on parade No soul gets satisfaction from that sort of life anymore than tho prodigal could find nourishment in husks So spend no time in pining for a condition of ease that has more dangers than poverty I toll you that I see moro happiness in the faces of chop girls hurrying home from work than in a whole room full of idling women The girls toll rest tako their wages and look at the duty of life But tho With an air of independence Idling fashionables are scarcely raised above the standard of a Turkish harem they have been bartered for with dowries bought with social prestige and then shut up to an objectless life of social inanities Happier than they and freer to choose a fitting mate is the poorest child of toil bate foot beneath the burning sun ts ii ron oTiiiMi In aching thought I pondered deep On libs uivtUrlous was And why the vvoild must ever wicp The wicked ntoiper a bis ways Vol ever in Asleep I Ml rMU wrsrily Still gating on the mate And to an angel beckoned me To vtrdant heights light touched by rays Of sunlight And hence I saw the tangteJ web Stretched out la beauteous plan Aad marled the tea of troubled ebb fcevealmg there that man and nun Were brothers Aeif wmk the i ictur wrlisea clear I aaad We sect ev panai at 1 be A rials UWt atalas each life liivlae liH4r tit TorolUrs Hero is what is told in Tho Orango Judd Farmer about alfalfa Alfalfa makes tho finest of pasturo for nil kinds of stock Hogs will livo nud grow on tho green plant and will cat tho hay liko cnttlo They will ljvo ou tho hoy nlono hut will not do woll unless thoy havo some other supplementary feod Tho pasturo is excellent for tho production of milk Tho bay is fully equal to other clovers in every respect and is far hotter than timothy or wild hay Tho first crop is rather tho best for horses but later cuttings aro better for cattlo or hogs One ndvan tago over tho other olovcrs and somo grasses is that it is n perennial and does not havo to bo rcsown It docs notjex liaust tho soil liko timothy but on tho contrary adds to its fertility It is a 9100 Reward 9100 valuable fertilizer if plowed undor The readers of this paper will be pleased when six or eight iuches high It is one to learn that there is at least one dread- Â¬ of tho most valuable crops that can bo ed disease that science has been ablo to raised in tho western country and will very extcusivoly grown cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh soonbe t Halls Catarrh Curo is the only positive Improved Grain Shock cure known to tho medical fraternity According to a writer in Tho Farm Catarrh being a constitutional disease Journal nine bundles of grain make a requires a constitutional treatment better sheck than tho old fashioned Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally dozen Get up fonr in n cross then four acting directly on the blood and mucous more ono in each of tho spaces between surfaces of the system thereby destroy Â¬ two of tho first four and cap with tho well broken and tho tops toward ing the foundation of the disease and ninthprevailing wind If well set hat tho giving tho patient strength by building is each sheaf standing on its own bot Â¬ up the constitution and assisting naturo tom aud thoroughly closed in nt tho in doing its work The proprietors have top such n shock will staud a stiff wjnd so much faith in its curativo powers storm and n threo days rain without that they offer One Hundred Dollars for harm any caso that it falls to curp Send for Cure For Hog Cholera list of testimonials Dr Salmon of the government bureau Address FJ CHENEY Co Toledo O of animal industry is credited with STSold by Druggists 75c recommending the following as a cure for hog cholera Wood charcoal 1 part sulphur 1 part salt 3 parts bicarbon Large YMdefWJwAt ate of sodium 3 parts sodium hypo The ctlHit ed yed in this years sulpbito 2 parts Bodiuni sulphato 1 wheat l TwrnssaoB Is 10000000 partj jMitltnony sulphldo 1 part 10 all bwrheJs CnmvUT fralsi men put part in Dose Pulvurlzo aud mix hor 1 tableapocmful for pack the price at G9 a Wewkel if set oghly 900 peoudt of hog oco a day At tkte yttt t4 10000000 mote will wo WWOttft Ttom far FHtr CmM O wsamd ttiaaco hallt eur wake weak are efaKtlipg but stow J a jwti AUdruwWW ne to xbow say it ie Mi by aay ans aad aver ettimaU If yo doat m it in Um Nam mt Journal biim iti 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ A Rural Love Story Yes said the village gossip John wuz always a pesterin of Sue about mar ryin of him an shed dono told bim No more timesn I could tejl you You dont say Hits true as preachin Well you know John carries the mail 7 Yes Ive beam tell he does An las Wednesday wuz a week Sue wuz a travelin long with him goln ter town when John ups an says ef she didnt make up ter marry him hed make tho boss run down the hill tell all threo of em wuz drownded in the bot- Â¬ tom er the river Do tell I Thats what But what do you reck- Â¬ on Suo did Lord knows Caught John by the collar jerked him outen tho buggy grabbed up a live rattlesnake what wuz a sleepln by the roadside an lambasted John with ittell he couldnt stan Laws a raassy I Then she stomped the snake terdeath an John he took ter his bed whero he laid fer two weeks an Sue got sorry fer him and nussed him an killed a beef ter make stew fer him and now what do you reckon I dunnol Sbbe a goin tor marry him I Atlan- Â¬ ta Constitution FLOODGATE FOR FAEM DITCHES farmer and hero presented Following aro directions for making it Tako a piece of timber X 4 by 4 inches Make mortises through tho 4 by 4 nn inch wido and as long as tho width of tho slats you wish to uso IIuvo your slats about threo feet long Put weight W enough below tho beam to Make keep tho slats pcrpondicular framo of two posts and sills with cross sill hnving tho posts well braced Bore holes in posts to rccoivo tho rounded ends of tho flood gato boam When completed sink tho Bill S in- Â¬ to tlic ground across the ditch on a lev- Â¬ el with tbo bottom of tho ditch Valuable Alfalfa careful farmer has his crop of fodder corn or other green stuff ready for this annual emergonoy It is a wasteful praotico to cut such fodder and throw it upon the ground for tho cattlo to pick Whero is tho Blaino this year who can head off tho westerners who want thoir sharo of protection and foolishly imagino that thoy can got it by a duty on hides It is perfectly consistent with tho protection system to tax hides especially as tho bulk of tho tax would probably go to a fow monopoly butch Â¬ ers and ranchmen But obscrvo somo of tho effects upon our industries The importations of untaxed hides nnd skins last year woro valuod at 20 310628 Tho goatskins wcro valued at Tho formor wcro mostly 110800369 converted into solo leather boltings and such liko heavy material for which our native hides aro not thick enough Louiwile Henderson 2 Si Louis Fy Co Tho goatskins nro not produced in this country From this raw material wo not only Time Card In EfTect June 20 97 manufacture boots shoes and leather goods for our own pcoplo cheaper and No 43 No 41 No 46 East Doand better than they aro mado olsewhero in Lv St Louis 76im 86rm the world but we exported finished Hvamvillc Warn 24Aim CMm 24- Henderson 715 products of tbovaluoof 120243760 SO SpotUvill 7 3S 3 7 - 328 and cheap raw material Without freo 00 Owensboro 818 34 4 HI 4 llawesville 4 40 917 this export trado would havo been im- Â¬ 9 45 Cloverport 6 03 510 possible and our own pooplc as Mr 1017 Stephensport 625 622 TrYuigton 1045 Blaino poiutod out would bo compolled 603 557 1112 617 021 to pay more for thoir footwear Tho Arr Brandenburg Louisville1235pm 745 73J wages paid to our workers in leather No 4I No 43 No 45 West Bound to 26542100 last year amounted Louisville 7f0im 450pm 823m Dont nauseate your stomach with teas lv Brandenburg 861 619 0U 9 62 Irvington 6 43 915 and bitter herbs but regulate your liver 1021 Stephensport 720 951 and sick headache by UBlng those famous 1011Cloverpott 739 lOffl Hi a8C4 1068 llawesville little pills known as Do Witts Little 1135 Owensboro 95 1148 i217pm 047 Spottsvlile Eearly Risers Short Ilayncs 1223am 1240 10 10 Henderson 126 Â¬ Moans HOW TO TRAVEL BlLll B O S W KY V ft Henderson Route Trains leave Louisville as follows O B East S St Louis and the West W nAlLWAY Cinclnnatl and the s Lv Ioulsvllo Ar Cincinnati Ar Columbus Ar Pittsburg Ar Washington Ar Baltimore Ar Philadelphia Ar New York Ar Boston No so 935am r 643am 1115am x 833am 1155am 815pm No 18 245pm 605pm S 55pm 1105pm 7 Sjam 650am it aoau lA No loijam la 3ann 300pm j 50am JJpmr 9 054111 a 2opm 555n dining cars Cncinnvtl to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Tran No 18 has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to NewYork without change Train No- - so has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers Nrain No 16 lias eletrant Pullman Buffet Pstlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and - Sf Louis Springfield and the Wwt No i No so No 44 a 35am Lv Louisville 8 33am 8 aopoi 640pm 3 3pnn ArSt Louis 7saam Ar Springfield 8 40pm a 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves st 7 15 a m dally Charlestown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p ra except Sunday Trains No 16 so and 44 have elcjant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis Miss Columbias Overdrawn Infant-- Evansvllle Arrbt Louis 7 32 115 1040 115 720 is From East 35 a m 3 so a m TRAINS AR RtVE 7 35 am is 15 noon 640 pia A 1 trains run through Solid to Evansvllle Through parlor curs and Pullman sleepers on alt trains between St Louis Evankville nnd Louis vllje Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvlnetoa for Fordsvllle and Hardinsburg daily except bunday H C MOUDUE A 0 1 A Louisville Ky From West 735 a m is 15 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office southeast corner Foartk and Main streets Depot Seventh and river For detail Information regarding rales tlaie on Connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc address US BROWN W OS District Pass A Ticket Agent B Ry 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHESSBROUGH General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio G 11 L II St L h Fordsvllle Branch- - General Passenger Agent Cincinnati ONo WAUFKL Assistant FEED HACK FOn BOILINO CHOIS TIME TABLE Ns 10 up as many da Much of tho feed is thus trampled under foot and lost The accompanying out hero reproduced from tho New York Tribune shows a handy rack for feeding soiling crops It is easy to mako and can bo put up anywhere against tho pasturo fenco or against tho outsido of a building tho only thing needed being a couplo of staples for oithor end ono for the iron hook at tho bottoui and ono for the bit of chain to hook into Suoh a rack can readily bo moved from ono placo to another Value of Sorghum A Texas correspondent of Homo and TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 1897 West nound Trains Hast Bound Train I Dally Daily Dally Dally ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun No 5 1140 1147 1165 12 10pm 12 25 No 1 No 2 1060am Lv lrvlneton Ar O0O101 Garfield 8 00 1123 No Safety Coafett feet high nnd grow whiskors and when they threaten to kick tho end out of tho oradlo if they dont get moro pap I think its about timo to take tho bot tio away from them Colonel B Q Ingcrsoll Rop Bix -Â¬ I believe in proteoting infant industries but when tho infants get to be Â¬ Harncd Junction Hardinsburg Junction Kirk Olendeane Dempster 7 42 717 7 27 7 17 7 02 6 20 Iv 6 05 6 44 6 38 5 f0 5 25 Louisvills and -- 1235 12 65 1 C6 1 20 Jolly 660 630 65 2 05 2 15 1 145 ar FallsRough Dempster Hockvale Packet Line Fait Mi 7 230 Ruth Asklns tmi Llao Between STSAMXKS Farm writes about sorghum as follows Begin feeding to hogs as soon as headed out Cut only what will mako ono feed or meal and give them entire stalk fod- Â¬ der stalk seed Ono planting will fur Â¬ nish food for several weeks but to havo it last as loug as possiblo thero should bo soverai plantings two or threo weeks apart It should bo sowed near a hog lot so as to bo handy to out and throw iu tho lot overy day Sow in drills liko cotton Hogs got fat on sorghum and a very little corn If tho pcoplo know its value thoy would plant moro For horses nnd cattlo it should bo sowed broadcast Break land sow two bushels seed to aero mow aud rako tho hay It makes moro to tho aoro than anything perhaps you can sow aud thoro is no bettor feed for both horses and cattlo It often makes two crops a year Brief Mention Sowing wheat about tho middlo of Septomber is recommended by the Indi Â¬ ana station Six pecks of seed per aero nro advised as suflloieut on good laud well prepared Experiments at the Wisconsin station indicate that rape is valuable for pas turing hogs as well w sheep A correspondent in Moehaus Monthly tells that forcing vegetables forjuarkct is oue of rho pro table industries in the city of Denver Tho lumber trade ol Oregon is begin Â¬ ning to attract increased sttitic Tho prospect mw U that fat oattle aud stock sireep will be good property toowu tor sewe sitae to come Â¬ Burning itching skin diseases instant ly rolieved by DeWltts Witch Hazel Laulsvllle Salye unequalled for cuts hruisesburns It heals without leaving a scar Short Haynes Elklns on Wages Wages must go down says Senator 25pm ArKnrdiyilleLv H Mitchell PV BW 8 OCaei Louisville and Evansville J D M BndersonSt Louis RyCs lETO TIME SCHEDULE TaklHg Effect 4 h uf Elklns in a recent Interview published M6i30oceUlSiiDa7Iij30l97 in tho Cincinnati Enquirer Wago tail Bound Train earners do Weil Bound JVatns continued tho sonator not wish to seo it or believo it bnt it 42 43 ii Mill A Mall is co Wagos in And again ho said Eiprs Exprs STATIONS Exprs Expr America stand against any rovivul of Pally I Pally Pally I Dally business 0pm 7S0am IvUan ptar 12 35pm Ho was discussiug the coal trado Ho 4 03 Kentucky St 7 44 6 Wo do not export coal to Europe said 6 31 818 West Point UtOam 8J1 1145 Howard bocauso wo havo wages against us and 6 40 Wlllowdate 1135 821 648 that is tho whole kernel of the coal 663 11 M Rock Haven 83 6 00 8 42 Long Branch 1121 trade Brandenburg 112 609 861 Being asked whether black labor was 0 18 1102 Ekron 8 69 Guiton 1063 S07 settled in the mines of West Virginia 0il 1045 Irvlngton 915 0 13 ho said 1037 Webster 661 921 Lodlburg 1021 9 31 Firmly It is as effective as whito 66U 1020 Pierce 707 032 labor and docs not combine and con- Â¬ 712 Ssuiple 1015 943 10 07 Stephensport spire and tho negro spends all he 720 861 10 02 Addlioa GM makes whilo tho Italians and Poles 721 Holt 9 69 727 969 Cloverport send ovory cent out of tho country 7 89 9 45 10 11 1014 7 43 9 40 Shops Tho senator has just as dcoided idoas 764 Bkllluian 1025 927 on tho tariff question Ho is firmly con 1035 804 Hsweivlllo 917 Fettle 90J vinced that protective duties especially S12 1043 10 49 818 Klcon 903 those oh coal should go up Tariff up 1058 Lewlsport 8 64 827 Waltman 8 47 wages down That is what happened 8 33 1105 8 42 1114 Powers 186 under tlie KoKiHloy bill and is what 863 1125 Fates 827 118 will happen Msd in fact is happening Uin 11 Ms ro Owensboro 9 Id 1146pm Mattlnjly 197 under the Dingley bill It is all done 9 21 1181 Ctrl A 803 11 M Stanley 925 76 in the iirtereet of labor 12 2 0 32 Â¬ Ef G RAGON WAJ TAEASCON Venn j Master h T Caaaar Put TELL CITY Ryan Muter n R II Ballard Master W B HewWsJl Pppar P tndjfew D STAGGg kvsre LevisvjUlt Dally ezeept Batarday VMf4 oaf r than by rail Travelers will Bad tea stsaate pasted ta eqalpateat va4 liiniaajbiHai The best onWaary are sprayed M aaafcg ajeaj he menu it etnal to thai f tea Wat General offices 171 ITS 41k Aliara Louliyllle y AmiUrdatB Freight shipped by this He at t4 DL O PENNY Sopt W Hlf H Prsa V Williams T P A JUILWHIli iJUiFS 4 cSi tta Mi4 Ml To quit Inimi eawllr aa4 forvr he neU lull ef life aerve aa4 vigwr take the etdr worker the MfcM weak men Utoag AH Oanrikraa- - lafrsisMtm mm rUt Awaf mr riliMaorti QftOfcioaewefltev Vert Hhould be in every faniltf jeMdielae chest aud every uaveuer s grip They are valuable vhsa the ttasusub Is out of oraar sum keaeaelii Hoods Pills btliuusswas SUSIN aa4 eelJecereJ5ea syy aayawwMr jSj BWewWi vr r from Hsrduttburg aad Fordsvllle Mraaek Oalyllae raaalag FarUr Cars ketwcea Louls Qsly dhrvct tins vllUfnsirasdHea4ertsn to the Worth and feajt far asrttsar tatorssaUo Wortkl4fvon 751 Mesas 74 8 vllle TM tt T31 sr He tf n lv T Oleosa Trains Net st aad is wake conaaaUen at Ir Vlagloa daily Sua ey vUkyeias M aad 919 9 96lnlil l24i 1209 1117 J K JSi - lAsJtJ v k HfWfrK b BRECKEHMDGE THBt NEWS Dont BKtOKNRrDOR i ru KtKWS OLOVERPOR1- - KY Perfect Health lot tho base ball fever die out Wheat 02 conls here 70 con to in Lou Keep the syrtcm in perfect or- Â¬ isvilto re JULY 21 1807 WJEDNlflDAY der by the occasional use of Cloverport has enough cyclers to have rw- Our regular Mid Summer TjtrJtfCiTir0OCSlSiiiit ccswas Tutts Liver Pills They reg- Â¬ a meet Frank Bojd mi her Sandsy In Mass Convention Name Dele In real estate are rather on Transfers Clearance Salo begins to day ulate the bowels and produce WatterS Smart want toOweniboro Sunday the decline In all departments we begin gates to State And District A Wm Victor Downier went to Loulartlla Prayer meeting at tho Baptist church Bnndnjr to weod out goods that must For sick headache malaria bil- Â¬ Conventions Wednesday night Oeorgo Dtktr optraor went to Loulirllle iousness constipation and kin Â¬ not bo carriod ovor another New roads are being esahtlslied Sunday Thd Fair throughout tho county dred diseases an absolute cure season Bettor soil it at a RtaiUrimnt Snndiy wltb hit father Ifti Tomatoes nro rlpo Bills are out for a big picnic at Ball at Ueit Point MILLER GETS IN HIS WORK HANNA loss than keep it Why not take advantage of thoso special Mm Marlon Iljran of Loulullle town Saturdayj August 7 Thd fair Is a sure thing wi In the elt lust neck sales a loss to us money to you Mrs Joe Seymour ia very ill Trade with tho merchants for tho past Mn ft T Polk and children hare returned N Millar Alternates Felix Hamilton week hai boen rather quiet The Fair will Boon bVopen from the country Mens Summer Coats nnd Vesta Miller and Burton Havo a Lively nnd Wm lllo The Blackford association meets at VisltOra tire constantly coming to tbo GOO your choico Eugene Veit and W O Smart returned Cloverport John Bates J II Row Â¬ regular price Tho season will soon bo hero from LouIitIIIo Friday Patcsvillo Wednesday August 4 city 250 Tussle Over Instructions land L L AVapgoner and Hardin Walk- Â¬ when somo lino of Fancy Grocories Mill Clara Moredook of Louisville li rli Have you over noticed tho beautiful If thoy ask you tellem you read it in 83 and 4 Coats and Vest 200 will cither er Alternates Henry Board and Tom Itlng relatlret In thli city havo to bo closed out scenery along tho banks of tho Ohio theNanvs Adams 200 Coats nnd vest 50o now or carry them ovor another Jamei Dean of Glendeane ipent tereral Have you read Choir Invisible by houri in the city Sunday All eyes are turned toward Brattle Stephensport Geo Gllllland li B season Better sell ihem now and GO FREE DELEGATES THE Du Maurier it is said to be quite fluo Washington 1 lot White Tics sold every Â¬ havo a fresh stock for next season Gardner EB Miller and John Daniels Mill Flora Ron of Loutivlllf li with her Miss Vanda Pauley is visiting her oouiln Mn T O Touiey Alternatrs G B Cunningham nnd R where for 60c your choice 5c The gold excitement has Btruck a few Nothing tho matter witlvtho goods A Smith brothers Messrs Till and John Pauley persons here Mli Jeule Kyler of Pateirllle li the just somo special prices to reduce gueit of Mill Lula NlchoUi A Republican Moss Convention mot Bewloyvillo W J Ilggolt COO people took advantage of the cheap Chas 1 lot of Gents White Collars stock The News is growing better ever issue Mln Cenle AIti hai reurned homo after at Hardlnsburc Inst Mondty Blanford J M Fitch Crawford rate standing and lay down worth 15c rate to Louisville Sunday over the Prunes 3c lb so they say an extended villi at Webiter It was mado up mostly of politicians Alternates Dr II P Barks and Bion now fie Pancako Flour 2 pkgs for 5c Cupid will get in his work in the Texas V O Qabbago and ion Wallace of liar office seekers and their friends There Jolly Dried Apples 5 lbs for 5c Charley Patterson presented to the dlniburg ipent Friday In the cltj month ol October were a few Democrats scattered over tbe Hudsonvllle Sandy Butler Jas Hay Largo Mackerel 2 for 5c 1 lot of Childrens Slippers News a fine tomato Â¬ sevIt is of the largo Mill Lliiio Allen of IlaweiTllle ipent Sun Â¬ ball as interesting spectators There ncs Bud Bennett Felix Caiter is building a new dwelling and John CamlBh Cracked Wheat 2 lb pkg 5c day with- - Mr and Mn A H Fliher variety eral sizes 10c to 50c pair thoy on his farm near town The were about 75 present all told Forks ol Rough W J Hall V B aro big bargains Washing powder 2 pkgs fid Mlsi Annie Dowden of Brandenburg li the Oscar Holder has sold his property on War In the ico trade would be a good meeting was a very quiet affair jn tbe Burton John A Heston Alternates Washing soap 2 bars 5c gueit of her iliter Mn Orrllle Gregory the hill to S II MuCracken Consider- Â¬ thing for the consumers tho wind up developed Henry Cannon and E T Williams Good whito soap 2 bars 5c John T Ditto of liecatur Ilia ipent Sun Â¬ beginning but ation not known Mens and Boys White Shirts Delegates to Stato convention some spirited passages at arms between Silas Lillurd shipped uoveral hogshead day w th hit iliter Mn J D Babbage Canned Apples 3 lb can 5c Prayer meeting at the Methodist the leaders headed upon the one side by Uardlnsburg Milton Coke 0 L Bate regular price 50c nnd 76c now 25c of tobacco to Loutsyllle Monday Canned Tomatoes 2 cans for 15c J W Batei and family et Louisville are church Thursday evening at 8 oclock at the Tar Sprlngi for an outing of a week or Mark Hanna Miller and upon tho Alternates Clait Hook and Clint Hook Mrs J J Dyer who has Tjoen ill for two Every body invited other by bis Majesty the Honorable Vicl 1 lot of Mens Shirts your choico Cloverport II A Oolzi and F P GUNS several weeks is still confined to her Mri Tom B Chandller of Loutitllle li vli fJmus Basterfleld Burton Payne Alternates J 0 Nolle nnd J 50c thoy wcro 100 shirts The Louisville Conference will meet Fall hunting may be good now bed Itlng After tbe organization had been com- Â¬ B Bates at Henderson Sept 22 Bishop A W week Mln Klliabeth Hall at Webiter thli is tho time to get a gun cheap When you write to an advertiser tell pleted with the Hon ChaHiB Stanford Stephensport James Brodle R A Wilson will preside 1 lot of Framed Pictures A good 2760 Double barrel Gun Mr Sherman Ball and Mlii Kuli Miller oi him you saw his ad In the BitECKUNiupaE Alternates John Daniels Alf subjects nent frames your choice for 20 You can hear those persons who take llardtmburg were the gueiti of Mill Luoy as cbalrmau and Squire Bion Jolly as Smith Nkws secretary the business of tho convention Root re- Â¬ McQaTOok Sunday 75c A 82100 Double barrel Gun Hammocks hammocKs a beautiful in the excursions make the same old to name dele Â¬ Bewloyvllle R M Jolly Chas Blan- Â¬ mark Ill never go again Mlnei Annie Kaiey Ella Daily and Lulte was taken up which was for 18 line If you want one Babbage has ford Alternates John G Mlllor Crlit hare returned home alter a Wilt of a gates to tho State convention at LouisJames B Pace Jr tobacconist has week at Home Ind them A 81500 Doublc barrel Baso Ball Bats tho kind for boys Gun ville and the Senatorial convention at Hudsonvillo J M Butler Peto Ben for 812 your choico of lot 10c Mln Lula Nicholas returned home Sunday Cloverport Ulrlch Farber has made quite an im- Â¬ closed down his factory for the season This was done witbout a Bennett Alternates R T McCoy J after a vlitt to Mn Hornby Renfro Sulphur brake and It appeared as tho things M Camlsb provement on his dwolllng on Elm and left for his home in Virginia Through our Olothing and Dress Goods Department you count Sunset is the name of a romantic Sprlngi Ohio street would glide along witbout a rlilla to pass McDanlels John A Heston Alter Â¬ kstk Mtnei Mary Ryan and Nettle Hertlngton over its placid waters But politics is natesDavid Howard Miles Chancellor will find many rich values that will be a great saving to you City Bakery stock and fixtures for sale and picturesque place that has been In ipent pieman t day Sunday with M II Mln nothing If it isnt livened up with a fight nilo Legrand Louisville For torms apply to Chas IMedel Co auguratedfor the evening strollers if taken now Rush ifyou want them Each member of the Christian church Cloverport ky Mn Eraitui Hall and children of Mpvltw or two We dont menn In this connec- Â¬ BEWLEYVILLE Lawn aro spending a few Vtlth Mr- Wm tion that there were pistols and clubs Mart Norton Clifton Mills has a curi- Â¬ Is urged to be present at Sunday School Uall and family Webiter dayi BVv Brcckonridge and fists Hying around osity in the way of an egg Read the next Sunday afternoon at i oclock Roy Cain spent Sunday at home W W Hindi foreman of thli office and county politicians aro not of that kind lJohn P Hoswell Jr of Hardlnsbuig Clyde MorrlDn the devil look in the ex Â¬ Uardlnsburg column Hugh Hardaway is visiting relatives i they take theirs straight and play on Cloverport with 2000 inhabitants is an who has had charge of the editorial page cursion to Loulivllle Sunday words these thoy throw around pretty this week of tho Uardlnsburg Leader has resigned Mln Carrie A LaMar returned to her home exceptional city Nothing very sensa- Â¬ Dr Hayncs dentist will be in our fully spent lively Dut they aro tempered with good In Qrandrlew Ind A J Gross who some time ago pur- Â¬ weeki among frlendi after visiting for teveral tional ever takes place In thli city Esquire Bion Jolly Is a candidate for Â¬ feeling and dont hurt Down in Han town next week Ifyou desire to live in peace comfort chased the furnishing stock of Smart k election to tbe magistracy in the Bewloy- Â¬ Mn Will Sahlle and children who have cock when they want to get a fellow off Blackberries galore but we havo to nndhopplness no better place can be Co has moved it to his store at Holts been visiting her lister Mn L V ChapInof tho track or out of their way they pounce work hard villo district November election We to get them Ultei Run returned home Friday Bottom tfound than Cloverport bopo the good people appreciate bis TV When you Co on to him a ball dozen of the in and Si Miller of Uardlnsburg visited Miss Ellsha Aibcraft Democratic candidate for Rev and Mrs 8 G Shelley returned competency and attention to official Quote piices in your ad this in time State Senator was in the city yesterday lie choke him till hes glad to give up or go Mabel Stlth Saturday and Sunday duties and will testify to it by giving will convlnco you that the rnedlum used last week from a two weeks visit to his reporti hli outlook U be a Battering one OH into a corner and hold a rump con- Â¬ Uardlnsburg X iVjV X The Inovltablo thrashing machino him an overwhelming majority old home in the mountains of Kentucky is a paying investment Milt Fannlo Calveard of Louisville came vention We dont know if this is true passed through our country last week He reports a pleasant trip down last Friday to be with Mr and Mn or not but they do say thats what hapMiss Lllllo McGlothlan will eyer bavo Shorts new store room is now completW O Allen She left Monday for the Mam- The Church in tbo Wilderness is a very light place in my heartfor dis Jeff Jennings with his two sons this motn uare pened down there last Saturday ed The proper thing is to christen the AT THE county killed a snako last Friday It These warring elements had transfer the subject of our next League literary turbine tbo slumbers of my boy Roy building with a dance W 8 Bowmer the junior firm measured three feet eleven inches and of W H Bowmer A Son member of the for a red their fight to this county and were night of the burning at Irvington Charlie Drury bos cut his clover hay the left Monday Rev Donald M Grant went nP to months vacation taking In a number of tho at Uardlnsburg bright and early Monday and says ho will bavo plenty nil winter We of this household tender her our Louisville Tuesday morning on business had ssven rattles and one button Urge Eastern cltlei morning telling their troubles to their A delegation of K Ps from Troy Tell The weather tbe last week was de- Â¬ grateful thanks and the whole com- Â¬ to be gone several days Mlssei Mary Marshall and Llnnlo DHuy good Republican neighbors seeking an Only 100 Per Day City Cannelton and Hawesville weredn lightful and everything moved serenely munity sympathize deeply with those Hawesville you are in- Â¬ Youll be surprised the r- - formed of the prices whenclothing dry tho city last night having a good time left yesterday for be the gueitita ofattend and adjustment of their difficulties at their on who have so sadly been bereft of their eyele meet and to Mr on hands and this is what brought on tbe They were given a hearty wolcome by Mn Geo Bentley All of our school teachers aro going to homes goods boot and shoes at the Fair Golden Ron the K Ps of this city Johnnie Clary of Decatur Ills t Oeorge trouble attend the Instituto at Uardlnsburg this Uncle Dudley Hambleton as a good Durelle FalrlelgU of LouIitIIIo and Charlton The Hon Mark Hanna Miller as Bur- Â¬ weok The new road to the Tar Springs and Ditto of Long Branch are with their aunt gardener cannot be excelled His gar ton dubs him is not at himself unless Plsjah went through the County Court Mn J D Babbage den contains all of the tare vegetables Good Sample Rooms jr hes in a political fight lies not afraid Mrs Bell Kurlz of Webster ottended Monday in a whoop R N Hudson J Mn Chas B Sklllman of thli city The fair will soon greet you with a A Barry and Chintz Royalty will begin Mln Era Young of MorganBeld after and to show his hand when the time comes our Epwortb League sorvlces Sunday two night weeki itay at French Lick Sprngi returned it matters not whos agin him tbe more display ad quoting prices on all goods the survey to morrow locating and stak- Â¬ hore Monday evening Bion Jolly has moved into the Lousa kept by them Watch for their prices ing It off tbe merrier with Reuben 1uei Sdlth and Kihel Heron who bare Reuben was in favor of sending tbe formerly occupied by Mrs Martha Wol Glen Fount Brandenburg is getting Fire at Irvington last Friday night de- Â¬ been visiting frlendi In Bewleyrllle will re- Â¬ delegates instructed He wanted them verton to be ratber a popular place Foot and stroyed thia the McGlothlan Hotel and Viti turn home Nell week accompanied by Miisei to cast the vote of the county for his Wllla and Dury Miss Inez Beaviu horse racing aro the drawing cards every toes store house and who has been contents We un Â¬ Something You aro always need- Â¬ attending school in Owensboro for ten Mln Echo Hart of Cincinnati Saturday here friend and co worker Col W S Sterrett derstand the Hotel was insured for Monday evening Mill Hart li aarrivedcaptiing and something that will be molt in behalf of mouths returned to her homo Thurs Â¬ He made an elegant appeal James A Holder the artist who was 1000 and Vitltoe had about 000 on his vating young lady and while here will be Satisfactory in Quality Quantity bis friend for these instructions This day here last summer will be here in a few store and contents The origin of the M Mary Rldgely Griffiths guest and price in tbe way of raised the ire of Col Burton who sat Mifses Stella Paul and Lena Drurv days to Serve those wishing their pictures Qro isnot known Mr and Mn Chat Mook altera plea ant visit to Mr and Mn Chat May Br left opposite him add listened to his plain- and Blanche Jolly Continue their respec Â¬ sketched If you wish to get along In this world Friday for Grayion Sprlpgi where Mrs Mook tiff appeal on behalf of bis friend tive visits We miss the girls sadly Preaching at the Methodist church observe the following Drink lees will ipend the rimaipder of the summer Goods Col Burton didnt like it Ho didnt but dont anybody tell them Sunday morning at 1045 and at 8 oclock breathe more eat less chew more ride Messrs Jamei R Sklllman Chu W Moor Â¬ like men who were continually warring man Misses Mayme Crutoher Misses Willn and Nell Drury will go Â¬ Onemboro i in the evening Ep worth League ser- lets walk more j clothe less bathe more Echo Hart Cincinnati and Mary Rldftelr within the party lines and fighting for with Misses Edith nnd Ethel Heron vices at 3 p m worry lees work more wasteless give GriSth attended the cycle meet at Uaweavllle the offices Therefore be opposed the when they return to their home and be The new road from here to the Tar more writo less read more preach instructions as offered by his friend their guests Mln Ora Leigh of Paducah an amiable For II years tbls shoe bj merit a while Springs through to Fisgah has been less practice more talk lew think beautiful and faiclnatlhc young lady will ar Â¬ alone has dlntaneed all competitor Mark Hanna Miller He was in favor W - DouKlaa IUI M and 3XW ithoel are rive In a few dayi to be with Dr and Mn Dr Walker Rufus Cain Hugh Harda confirmed by the Court The next thirg more and above all pay your debts the productions of skilled workmen from tho be said of naming a new roan entirely F M Smith and their daughter Miss LaFay belt material possible at these pricesiCO Also Vtf way Miss Annie Johnson and a largo to work at it isgo and Two communications on the subject of ette Lallelit and tlM shoes for men 3H one who was abettor man than either in all lines in order to keep our 1173 for Iwts The Louisville Post which is recog good roads came in this week too late Ool Sterrett or Dr Heverlng W L Douirlas shos aro Indorsed He pro- number of others from our vicinity Roy Ileyier went to Cinonnatl Monday goods moving during tbo dull l7 Oer IIOUUJ wearers at tho best attended Chlldrpns Day services at niz d as one of the progressive evening for publication In style fit and durability of any They will have a place Roy hai accepted a position with the well posed tbe name of Amos Freeman a summer montliB We are look- Â¬ shoe erer offered at tbe prices known firm of Lewii Wald Co He will papers of the age has added a bright next week In the mean time let us remain a few weeki in the house then go on good stanch peaceble Republican Garfield Sunday They are mado to all the latest ing closely after our shapes and styles aud of every rarl MIfs Julia Sanders of Louisville came and newsy supplement of Hancock county He said ho felt hear from more people on this all im Â¬ mo roau lor iuem etr of leather cannot supply you write for cata- It dealer like spanking these fellows aud sending down July 11 to be tho guest of Mrs A lOftio to V L Douglas Ifyou want to engage in a lengthy portant subject If you are opposed to ktouilass Sold by Win Sterrett the Hawesville Republican convorsatipn just mention to an insur- Â¬ good roads put in your objections If candidate for State Senator waa in the eity a them home until they could come before T Stlth a fortnight She Is ono of tho SAMUEL few hour I Monday evening Mr Sterrett It saLZERSr Cloyerport Ky ance man that you are contemplating you are for them say so and give your yery hopeful oTiecurlng the- nomination The a convention in the right way and he lovlieat of girls and makes a glad wel- Â¬ come for herself wherever she goes and Livery Business and offer gave them a genteel word thrashing convention determining the matter convenoi taking out a policy Hell stay with reasons you tho best service for your Of course this didnt suit Mark Han- Â¬ Mrs W N Diury gave her daughters It is an evident fact that advertising hen Saturday you Mr Henry Boyd arrived from Waihlngton money Dont forget us when na and he came back at Col Vaster Willa and Nell u picnic in honor of does pay On the contrary youH hear Rev Dowald M Grant will fill his jeg D 0 last Tuesday evening He will be the you need GROCERIES ular appointment at- - Pattlson Memorial some business men say to an ad solictor gueit of hli parents Mr and Mn Alex Boyd field and made it hot for that gentleman their guests Mieses Edith and Ethel in closing her fifty first year sends erecting to her them and tnelr friends that that be dosent believe in it but you let here and relatives In Hawesville nntll the lat Â¬ After Miller and Burton got through Heron last Thursday at- - the Sinking old students and assureswork In all den church next SundayVThe subject for she does the best of ter part of thli month then be will return to the treat Teachers the morning service will be Gods Re Â¬ something take place that he is involved New York where he hai accepted a lucrative with their little set too Jesse Eskridge Creek bridge Quite a number of friends seminariesare sell ctedAfrom MURPHY colletes and U irest came in as peace maker and presented were invited and tho time was dolfght- - l ot personally That gentleman will come position IRVINGTON KY serve KussellvJIe Ky to the newspaper man in a pace with tbe name of Col R M Jolly and asked Farmers bring iu your Produce M Brown went to Louis- Â¬ Airs Annlo the convention to instruct its delegates arms stretched put ready to embraco BIGSPRING will pay Louisville quotations ville Monday evening to put herself un Â¬ to cast the voto ol the county for one of him with all kinds of pleadings not to treatment She was accom Â¬ der medical v its own sons than whom he said no make mention of the happening Mr Chas Morris has returned from panied by her daughter Mrs At Y and Whitley Habits Doesnt this prove that it is not a fallacy better material existed for senatorial RUSSELLVILLE KY cured at homo with Â¬ Ford Elinbetktown and Louisville out pain Book ot par- honors Breckourldge county he said Hawesville was chuck full of people Endowed Four Courses t cnlanient FRKK Miss Mollis Clarkson of Louisville Is was entilled to the nomination and he There will be a missionary meeting at yesterday and the principle attraction aMWOOILEYJCU Nine Schools Strona Faculty rrorMi Goshen church Saturday July 24 begin Â¬ was the second session of Circuit Court the guest of Miss Zlma Strotbcr SUFFERING was in favor of giving it to ono of her Thorough ning at 10 a m in the morning There and the Cycle Club meet Miss Ollle May Clarkson ia visiting at noble Bona Col R M Jolly The attend- Â¬ Send for Catalogue to W S RY LAND Pres Thonsands oi are saveraHistting ministers expected to ance was beyond all expectations Mr Miller was on bis feet again He In Mr Virgil Hardins of Holts bottom women nro be present the forenoon it begun to rain in torrents Mr Henry Simons of Webster was said it was tbo first intimation be bad troubled at monthly inter- Â¬ Tke local editor has had the pleasure and every indication was favorable to tbe guest of A K Morris last Wednes Â¬ had that Mr Jolly Was a candidate And vals with pains of bearing quiet a number of corapll he wanted to inform the gentleman that the race being declared off bat it ceased day in the head afatary remarks paid to our Jfrpaden raining in time and the track got in good Mr Jolly couldnt take bis seat if elect Miss Palsy Meador is visltlBg Miss back breasts bttwt correspondent which tLwrIter condition for the race That excellent Proata Clarkson and ahouldera sides other friends sear ed That he held ono office now and hips and limbs hilly Vleeervw until he resigned that he was not elegi mechanic band torn Tell City delighted Elizabeth town y t But they need hie for this He referred to his being 108 the spectators with their woet thrilling Af850 nw plaae Ia aay wwd not suffer Misses Mayme Daraard and Letitia oa jNuqr Verms Largest fjetry IR the music Seven races were scheduled to Herndon of Louisville are tbrt guesto of postmaster These pains are symptoms of Here the convention got into a dangerous derangements that Cm save you sweats asjeomis- - take place Honors were carried off by Miss Lydla Ckrksea Vaild can be corrected llawsetilfe CauaeUoa and Louisville wrangle rgaln Burton Coke Fjskrldge The men Â¬ jtrstt m piaao or organ KimhfVK Miss Mary McMeador was the guest of strual function should onerata Mi 2 Fwtlj swet Lou VjpvJ ridels The presence of so many pretty Miss Blanche Berkhart ol Vine Grove and Coleman Haswell all had something painlessly to say and all seemed to have it In for feminine faces made the meet a moat last Friday and We kew of a mm who Apyjlfoba Saturday Miller A gwdly iwraW of litly Jooaie here if a suitable rseldeaee pleasant event Miss Ota Collie who has been visiting Finally a peacemaker appeared on the could be found Cant sosae one with the visitors remained to trip their trilby here for several weekp returned homo Unless you need them and floor in the person of John P Haswell mwm erect a comfortable dwitlllag so feetin the Courthouse last Saturday accoouaakd by Miss Jr who oflored an amendment that the then only IUkk drugs such as tttk part can beecme a petmaent citU makes menstruation painless x Mabel Scott Yob dcelvl Wte WttwIy deTg4teBgo unlustructed to Cloverport are sold by responsible drug- and regular It puts the deli- Â¬ whew yo married w e Mrs Geo Oaspftrke and Charlie Cai Miller consulted with his friends after cate menstrual organs in condi- Â¬ gists Wo keep only the best We areglad to note that k3HKjil of HuUwt I did wore Umb tlit Iik-- per k have returaed home alter a short coaetderable debate and dropped In line tion to do their work properly at the depot eamMvi at oivwtl That Is the great distinctlo to mterieLk And that stops all tula paiu stay with Mr A W Clarkson ami Mist wltb Harwells amendment which was Why will hny woman suffer and all lnaW iUb for kapsafwiBdo bo looked for when the tlm fettle Glftfksoa AMm carried by a voe of 31 yeas to 12 noes aHy mM Max SISM month after month when WiQ church The week r fiija Presbyter comes that you need tlieiw Mm Sallta Clwkion ofKlIxilMthtowa 11 was a pretty little fight aH around of Cardul will relieve her it July 29 ad Aug 19 y t kej L H A U - will ha eeehed TUlr alowr aad it k and her two yraedshlkJrw Jaaaes ami costs f rco at the drug store Nowhere else will you find se t it developed afyer the vote wee L Ky For fcariiw kaferU jaM Clarkson OCosaer are vteltisur Mrs keyed obftreh will be rfedy ft Why dont you get a bottle takea that Miller could have carried the complete a stock A H O MrM A Q P A ImtwUU or A W Qlariwen to day wef peney by th fall MVatieWblsmais If lie Mad only aH m W 0 AUm time now to begta For advice in cases requiring Mlawes Moilie GUrksea MrvtU Moor medl OttmrfM AaAineHoaoywitorhaajiataMMMd special directions address glv pan ZflBMtSUotber aiMl Mr Jlau Moor- - priwad it cine ed to eoapieitag the svodel a ahma ing symptoms waa toruted a Mfiy tbot wmU p Gr-bt LdW TtMOftwll be renewed here next toe boat which it ia eUayrfed will Advisory Department We carry a complete line af a The usau HetaueVtjr beiere Die dWrlet convention wu saw rmtwvmkjasxt wejx tmm Chottaejeogo Wedkiue Co ol MustM mimmm Turn travel under water at tlia rati of six known patent medicines It wtil be a pe4ty lively one too as all IlkfMMMtMaviMU oar tod ol Coattaaoogo Teon v mJW minute or abont MO miles fa an aa--i of Haoeoek ooewiy fa worked up and tbe Toilet foods of every deacttp MaWbatU JtM wiD olow iooi TWrwW TsOreA OoUteto boor Ilk boat k conatraoted oa a ifiOote tor Mm JMHN UWtt Mm of both ftorreit ad Heverfkg Hon Price rifht par aWa qoavti Mghanieaj theory which wbta toad KM for rwaA Tate Lwoitlre Brocao Quiniao Tabeota Vtll La hero la loll fane I M OMtelf ajKRott ooaiploU wut ajlKioM lb world It let drcjn All lruTisBt niumi tbo Mswy U it Met riAtMWeKlai DeletatMko Cloverport oooveotioo aro M faeirevvr aatU ak pet- Bampoothiliy f or Sale bf B A Shell efoUotr Hardiaeborg MlitoM Coke tsOws i IB fW HojhtoIL Jem Xakrklge and B Qfhmm f frcrsDira eeso REPUBLICANS A GLEAN SWEEP Â¬ Local BreviiiBs Vigorous Body Jh its J TUTTS Liver PILLS GROCERIES Â¬ - lllliM Ilk Â¬ STOP fir BARNES HOUSE Best Accommodations Midsuminer Bargains Shoes Hats Dry Notions and Ml mi Â¬ Â¬ WLDOUGLAS SSSHOEnttWorld I- Furnishings Reduction in Price Â¬ UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT trj Logan Female College G T Marshall MONTHLY OK Â¬ FOR Jr Sale Drugs mmM City Bakery Stock h Dont use V 4 v ylf ete Fixtures tht gol ntf ot pr -- For Terms Apply to rsu l4J tw I AIM UKHELK T i t v i Clovrport Ky IUW WMHJAO t W s wywiawimiiiw in ij THfi BREOKMRIDQR DAHGEft OF WAR Til teport of an Alllanee Between Spalft knit Japan Not Believed Nkw YonK July 17 Naval oHicori NO NR1 Htpthrss Life S 4 ry jr Y BRECKEKRIDGE WEDEN8DAY News 21 1807 NEW BETHEL Mr Alfrod Miller and son attended church at Uarned eunday Mrs Jenno Frymlre of Preston visit Â¬ ed Mrs Lee Walls one day last week Miss List Squires and Mrs Jennie Miller are at the Tar Springs for their health Mrs Nannie Atwood and daughters Misses Delia and Carrie spent last Wed Â¬ nesday with Mrs Nollio Miller Dick Miller and wife and Master Silas attended church Saturday and visited his parents Saturday night and Sunday Miss Hattio Lyons and Mr John Gib son attended the Harvest picnic tho 3rd and visited Mr and Mrs Olovia Walls Mr Frank Pate and wlfo are with his father Mr Aris Pate We understand that Mr Frank Pate has bought tho old mill at Fall of Sinking That could be made a noted place Church meeting last Saturday The church called Rev Bro Lewis for their pastor another year He will be with the church tho last Sunday in July and the first Sunday in August All come out to hear him GlMiirj JULY If C8SBS3 aSSB 80 ur Neighbors CLIFTON MILLS Take your ptoduco to the Clifton store A J Dye and wife Bpont Sunday with J M Fitch J M Fitch went to Webster on busi Â¬ ness last evening Cum Itadenheimer went to Owonsboro on buolncrs the 12th II L Haddock will treat you nlco if you will go to the Oliflon store Call on him The Clifton store is not closed as has been reported but is stfll giving good bargins Herbert and Forrest Haddock havo return from Tell City where they had a nice timo the Fourth The Clifton Mills Free Silver Band thinks of giving Webster n call in the near future Will you know sister Webster Last summer ono of our grand child ren was sick with a severe bowel trou- Â¬ ble says Mrs E GGregoryFredericks town Mo Our doctors remedies had failed then we tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which gavo very speedy relief For sale by A K Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman Stephensport hore laugh at tho story cabled from Paris that tho governments of Spain and Japan havo arranged nn of fonsivo nllianco ngainst the United States Japan they say mado up of an activo and progressive peoplo is not going to tlo itself to a nation that is living on tho reputation of a past glori Â¬ ous but dead Japan more eager to learn than to fight is too wily to bo in veigled into a Bohomo to fill tho Spanish money chest But oven if the state Â¬ ment woro truo It excites no alarm among people versed in naval affairs War with this country on the ono side and Japan and Spain on tho othor supposing such a contingency should arise would bo in tho main mado np of sea fights This country is far su perior iu the number and build of its vessels and tholr armament to Japan and Spain and the ultimato outcomo of such a war might glvo us some hard knocks in tho Pacific but our sqnadron there would bo spoedily rolnforcod and we would soon it is said sweep tho seas of thoir craft Â¬ Â¬ e Tired Her Internal veus Every Bad Symptom Cure by Heeds SaraapanHa - Pains-1-Lam- t r wr V STEPHENSPORT Dr David White and wife arrived at the Smith House Saturday Master Joe Holm of Lexington is vis- Â¬ iting his aunt Mrs Brown Helm Bro J BIIunt filled his appointments here Saturday and Sunday and delivered good sermons Mr Will Head wife and daughter were the guests of Mr and Mrs L R Adklsson Saturday Miss Rena Hawes who has been assist Â¬ ing her brother-in-lain photography has returned to her home in Hawesville Mrs Geo McCubblns accompanied by Miss Georgia Hawkins spent tho day with Mrs L R Adklsson last Tuesday Miss Mitta McCubbins has secured the Lookout school and we trust she will bo a successful teacher this being her first school The moonlight picnic Saturday night at Hewitt Hawkins was a success It was largely attended and all report a pleasant eve r1 f r If i There is a time for every thing and tho time to attend to a cold is whon it starts Dont wait until you haye con- Â¬ sumption but prevent it by using Ono Minute Cough Cure the greatest remedy Tho new chill cure Dr Bolls Pep- Â¬ for coughs colds croup bronchitis and permint Chill Tonic tastes better acts all throat an 1 lung troubles Short better is better than any other It Haynes combines anti malarial properties mak- Â¬ CHARGED WITH MURDER ing it an ideal up building tonic as well A Conplo Tliat Tried to Kill Themselves as an effectual and permanent cure for Are Now Looked Up chills and fever Short Haynep Cincinnati July 10 Ono wook ago George and Lottie Jacobs woro found JOLLY STATION in a dying condition on a log raft in tho Ohio river juBt above this city having taken laudanum and sovered tho ar Â¬ Dud Miller lost a good horse last week body of their is very sick at this teries in thoir wrists Tho Granville Wilson dead child was found in the river near writing them It has sinco developed that they Will Pale went to Louisville one day had for somotlmo oontemplated getting rid of tho babe and thon commit suicido last week on buslnesa together Tho laudanum did not have Mrs Eflie Jolly is much better at this tho desired effect and then they slashed writing thero is now hopes of her themselves with a razor but wero found before they died recovery Both of tho parents aro now recover- Â¬ The thresher is in the neigborhood at ing Yosterdoy the coroner rend- Â¬ Tice Jollys and begun threshing Mon- Â¬ ered a verdict charging them with murdering their child and last night day morning the couple woro arrested and transf erod Attendance at Sunday school was very from the hospital to the police station small Sunday on account of the weather GOUNTCrtrfclT TKTM and some sickness It I Joorly Executod and Very Kaslly If you wish to know the latest stylo of Detected introducing a gentleman to a lady call Washington July 10 Chief Hazon on Barney DeJernetto of tho seoret scrvico has givon notice of We haye been having some very tho discovery of a new counterfeit 10 is of the series of warm weather but it has turned much silver cortiflcato It 1891 check lottor D with the small car Â¬ cooler which wo are glad to know mine seal the portrait of Hendricks and There is to be a new road cut from tho names of Mossrs Tillman and Mor- Â¬ Jollys Station to Kirk next week It gan as register and treasurer respect Â¬ will be great convenience for this part ively Tho counterfeit is described as appaof the country rently a wood cut production very poor Hon Tice Jolly went to Louisville last ly executed tho seal boiug light pink week to sell his tobacce He has instead of carmiuo tho numboring ir twenty nine hogsheads but only sold regular and tho printing and engraving bad part of his hurley He sold at a very fair price Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fl For nearly flvo years I guttered with a severe enso ot stomach trouble Iliad pains In my stomach and bowels so that I could not stand or work without great su tfcrlng My appetite was very poor and when I did cat anything I was shortly afterwards seized with vomiting spells I could not rest at night and felt Inrao and tired all over I becamd norvoui and had no energy whatever My llfo seemed My husbtnd ad Â¬ gloomy and hopcloss vised me to take Hoods Baraaparllla as he had been taking It with great bene used I began taking It and tho first bot Â¬ tle did me a great deal of good I con tinned with It regularly and have now almost fully regained my natural weight and am doing nearly all my housework Mrs Kinda Cbockkh Gladstone Ala My blood was out of order and I had no energy After taking two bottles ot Hoods Barsaparllla I felt better than for Mariou W SMtnt Colllns a year vllle Alabama Hoods BarsapArlllais sold by druggists Six for 5 Be sure to get Hoods A PEST OF GRASSHOPPERS The Appear In Great Swarms and Dam age the Crops July 17 Iu certain county north of hero and in southern Miohigan immonso numbers of grasshoppers havo suddenly made their appearance and aro causing great damago to the farm Many flno fields ot wheat havs been and they now wholly destroyed threaten tho oat crop Thoy travel In large swarms Thoy aro of the com Everything is mon green variety swept before them when they take to wing and it is imposstblo for a man to withstand their onslaught Thoy aro killed by tho bushel but apparently their numbers increase and tho farmers aro dismayed localities In thi Bristol Ind John Griffin of Zaneaville O Bays I never lived a day for thirty years without suffering agony until a box of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured my piles For piles and rectal troubles cuts bruises sprains eczema and all akin troubles DeWItts Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled 8hort Haynes DRIVEN AWAY BY CANNIBALS All of our teachers are attending the Institute this week Stephen itichardson ot Arizona Is visiting his brother nt this place Mrs F M Board and daughtor spent several days In Louisville last week Miss N N Board returned home from a visit to Union Star Stephensport and Borne Ind last week J II Morcdock returned from Louis- Â¬ ville Thursday where ho attended the Democratic Convention B Whltworth has his now store filled with all kind of merchandise and is now ready to accommodato his friends Aftor the Sunday School closed lato in the evening a crowd assembled at the cemetery iu Garfield to lay to rest the bright Infant babe of Mr and Mrs Ollle Priest The friends are in much sympathy with the parents over the loss of their darling little boy Grieve not fond parents for dear little Miltons hands are beckoning you to come The Childrens Day at Pleasant Grovo last Sunday was a grand success owing to the experience of our people in this work There were a large crowd in at- Â¬ tendance Some from a distance wero V G Babbago and son Clayton Beard and two young ladies Itobt McGuflln and children and others from Haidins E burg Other towns wero well represent- Â¬ ed Bewleyvillo Webster Clifton Mills CuBter and Bnras Misses Nannie and Katie Board enter Â¬ L tained Saturday night in honor of their sp suests Miss Zelma Strother James and zSZ Mies Myrtle Mootman of Big Sping and S Misa Mary Lewis Clarkson of Louisville JfThose who camo from a distance to meet g the yonng people were Lewis Kincheloe 5 Ed Dillon L T Meyer Marvin Beard aT Frank Mercer and Mies Lizzie Board of Hardlnsborg Mr S T itichardson of Arizona It W Weatherford of Harned Iko Meyer of Buras Misa Esslo Bruner of Ekron The evening swiftly passed tmmmmtattt nt mmmmmmi LOOK HERE FARMERS 4 OJ 5 sBal I HHI kf HERE IS A r KNAPSACK SPRAY PUMP With Patent Agitator for spraying vour tobacco orchard vineyard or A convenient outfit with which you can cover 4 to 0 acrea tobacco in ono day Tho tank holds five gallons and is fltv- ted with lid and strainer which ran be removed The pump is My- era Regular Brass Bucket Pump with large air chambers ball valves Bolld plunger and agitator We wIbIi to call attention to the fact that this is the only knapsack outfit on tho market with an agitator This sprayer is bo arranged that no water can drip on tho operator can be carried by hooking anap in Btaple on tho opposite side provid- ed for that purpose making a neat handle as shown by dotted lines The handle lever can bo shifted from right to left Bhoulder at will A first class outfit at a reasonable prjee Wo are sole gents for tho general use Just tbo thing - y E above sprayer in Breckenridge county 3 W-- uCTE 111 cSc - iMiQTj ATDir k- CO FALLS OF ROUGH ploring expedition of Jesse Grant and associates which reoontly landed on Tiburon island in tho Gulf of Cali- Â¬ fornia has been driven from tho island by tho Scri Indians Tho expedition will go to Gnaymas where tho vessel will bo loaded with moro men and nnothor effort mado to explore tho island Tho Seri Indians are said to bo canni- Â¬ bals and the exploration party mado but littto resistance when a strong force of tho Indians camo down from tho mountains and ordorod them from the islauds THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be Jesse flrant and Ills Associates Mot ler- mlttrd to Explore Tlburon Island Hermosillo Mox July 17 The ex Â¬ Wait for the Ky Photo Co Will only remain ten days Ky Photo Co Dont forget tho date of the Ky Photo Co You cant mha it by waiting for the 1 Ky Photo Co Tho Ky Photo Co will be here about I tho 23rd or 24th Photos six for SOcts or 75cts per doz I zen Ky Photo Co You will miss It if you dont have the Ky Photo Co to make you some photos A Beloved Wife of my beloved wife LeTisba Prout nee LeTisha Hall and infant who departed this lifo June 21 7UIUU v AVVsV4t vtvfvevvfe mmm J TUVft IIU j4js av3rr Ml t -- m V iw We sold during the past two years 30000 Illlckoiinilrrf or Typewriter In other words soooo business and professlnnul men instead of payinfr lioofora Typewriter have bought the IILICKENSOKKKBK for 3 thereby saving themselves the neat sum ol J tip i vn mimrm inrirnniiii mirniifimBaai ti 1 su su is 11 m si E 0 JL1U LU II UUflll 11 JJVLLHllrt 11 1 UU IIU II you have purchased one your share is just 65 and If you have not purchased one wlil it not pay yru to Investigate and see if every word of the above Is not trm t The largest business corporations the most prominent busiresi men tho most auc cessful lawyers and the united Stttes Government ate wel satisfied users of this machine WEST VIRQINIA SUPPLY CO GENERAL AGENTS norm sj Exchanire Dank nilldng WHEELtNQW VA w cyryj mi in SevVP et mira fr Am w tw False teeth will do to eat with but goss eyes wont do to see with Loss You may hunt the world over and you of sight is a serious thing Granulated will not find another medicine equal to lids styes and sore eyes often result in Chamberlains Colic Choera and Di- Â¬ tho loss of sight Sutherlands Eagle arrhoea Remedy for bowel complaints Eye Salve is a guaranteed cure It It is pleasant safe and reliable For Strengthens weak eyes It is harmless salo by A R Fisher Cloverport and R Druggists sell it Short Haynes A Shellman Stephensport The Most Popular Trip For the Summer Comfort and the 14 Carbuncles Its the same story The experience jf all auutfrcrs with blood diseases isÂ¬ Jcntlcal Firtt the doctors are consulted and their prescription of potash and mercury is taken faithfully but without result Months pass and the until mercurial dose is continued finally his condition being no better or often wane the patient becomes discouraged and decides to change In memory T ti 1897 i Call not bsck the dear departed Anchored safe where storms are On the border land we left them Soon to meet and part no more Cared An Eminent New York Chemist and ScienÂ¬ oer GEO YEAKEL BRANDENBURG KY 5c c pes Crrpony GPaEAT JULY AND AUGUST COS 8c Good Dcd Tick Worth B tist Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers Tho distinguished Now York chemist T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ ery 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 Bend THREE FREE BOT Â¬ TLES all different of his New Discov Â¬ eries to any afflicted reader of the Bbeck kkridob News writing for them His New Scientific Treatment bas cured thousands permanently by its timely use and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure Science dally develops new wonders and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ menting for years baa produced results as beneficial to humanity as can bo claimed by any modern genius His asÂ¬ sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ tion aro curable in any climate is proven filed by heartfelt letters of gratitude in his American and European laborator- Â¬ ies in thousands from thoso cured in all parts of the world Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ chial chest and lung 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 office 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 Bbecicbmbidqe Nkwb Far beyond this world of changes Far beyond this world ot care We shall find our missing loved ones In our Fathers mansion fair My wife Is gone but not forgotten Never shall her memory fade Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger Around Cloverport where she Is laid Since wife is goce Ive lost a friend The best I ever knew A better wife never lived A wife more kind and true Cormn Kv July 1 8 1897 Gao W Pbout CLEARANCE SALE 8c t WEBSTER A light rain Sunday Mr Bruce is convalescing To Old Point Seashore Much 10c Swiss Organdies 15c desen Suspenders worth 15c I This town needs a public well John Lyddan is still under the care of an occulist Bro Breeding preached a powerful sermon here Sunday J V St Clair aud family visited at Hardinsburg last week Miss Shumate of Big Spring is visit- Â¬ ing Mrs Harry Stewart Miss Nannie Hawkins returned from a visit to Stephensport Saturday Watlien Henderson returned from an extended trip South last week One half the people dont know what kind of water the other half drink Mrs J B Kendall and little daughter Mary Addle are visiting Miss Addle Englioh Col R M Jolly would be highly satis- Â¬ factory to the Republicans around here for State Senator Will Bobbins is smiling from the fact that a little girl arrived at his house early Monday morning July 12 The man who does not so farm his land that it is made better or at least not Injured la perpetrating a crime against coming generations IrouAnotlier Correspondent 0 H Adklsson is on the sick list Lee Meyers was buying Iambs in this neighborhood last week Mrs R D St Clair went home last week to visit her little brother who is Sight seeing For Very Small pense Ex- Worth Worth 15c uc yy I crave but Qae Mkttte said tin They tloNt nalw mmk km about pgbtk speaker la a kwsky voice awl and is a real bo4 remedy for real kwlOAsl teaMs promptly rtacklur tk DaWMf Xittea then he took a doe a4 Om k We m oat Us dliMi aitd irMwtof it oat Wty Wnn tfc hmm ym vim r Cttk Owe aad prossiJsd wMf W or rmrmattamtly it mimmmr w aU mmobm lory 0 MlnuU Ootjgti Ow k u sjm meoa a a nomow s aaa aaaa rusv a r pqwlbd for throat and brag treobi strNMwishM lit j wyr grip Vtlt tpeclic Co AtUsita ba AHjujmw Short HajrMt quite sick Miss Elmar Hatfield returned home last week after an extended visit to rela Â¬ tives and friends In Louisville We are glad to report Mr John Lyd Ian and children muchimproved under the treatment ol Dr L B Moreman of Irvington With wheat corn cattle sheep and luigti going down all the time we cant good times come In for the see where poor old farmer That Had from this place who cor respond to the Hardinsburg Leader Is doing some great pufling about that fall Â¬ ing off of Popocratio votes which Is to o cur at this place this fall will find himself about as much mistaken as he fall when the vote was counted wm The whole truth of the matter is that noing to do herself hand Â¬ this place some when the time cornea for the voters to cast their ballot and If everr precinct la the county will stand la Mm m this om that party which Imm doubled the nAwi State taxes will county levy certainly be eW to stow aU The regular Annual Excursion to Old Point Comfort in charge of Mr W A Wllgus S P A will be run Wednesday Aug Uth via L II St L Railways from Cloverport Ky on regular train leaving at 040 a in connecting with Seashore Special which leaves Union Station foot of Seventh street at 130 p m The round trip rate to Old Point Comfort is only 1500 and the tickets are good until September 2nd with stop- Â¬ over privileges returning only This trip surpasses any offered the traveling public and affords many de lightful diversions Grand and beauti- Â¬ ful scenery Invigorating mountain air surf bathing ocean voyage palatial ho- Â¬ tel entertainment and a visit to the Capi tal if desired The low rate of 250 per day has been secured at the Hygela and Chamberlain Hotels Every attention and courtesy will be extended to ladies without es- Â¬ corts Choice of routes returning be- Â¬ tween Richmond and Clifton Forge will be given enabling those who desire to visit Lynchburg Natural Bridge and other points of intorest Sleeping car rates will be 400 for berth Louisville to Old Point to be oc cupied by one or two persons and appli- Â¬ cation for sleeping car space should be made at once to W A Wilgui S P A Hopkinsville Ky Fof further particu lars address a nove or call on Agent 1 ti fit Li uaiiwaye - treatment Patent medicines are then taken but until the right one is found the results arc the lame S S 8 is the only blood remedy on the market which is guaranteed purely vegetable It is the only one that contains no mercury no potash or other mineral and therefore is the only one that gets at the bottom of all loot diseases and cures permanently 95c Ladles Fine Shoes worth 5c Yard Wide Bleach Cotton worth 7c - 15c lace Orsandfes Wotth ajq T 3jc jo Pieces ltoosler Cotton Wise Men Know It is folly lijj to build upon a poor founda- Â¬ tion either in architecture or in health A foundation of sand is insecure and to deaden symptoms by narcotics or nerve compounds is equally dangerous and deceptive The true way to build up health is to make your blood pure rich and nourishing by taking Hoods Sar saparlila 324 Mens All wool Suits 34c Uue Coltonade joe Quality 5c rtnts Fiye llole Mouse 71c Straw Matting - Worth I700 Trap Worth is 13c 15c White Kid Dtlts S5c Every Day Shoes Worth 198 prs Mens Fine Mioei in Tan and Illack worth 50 60 - 75c s 3 Hoods Pills act easily and promptly on the liver and bowels Cure sick headache Hardware Store Burglarised Coshocton 0 July 18 Tho hard ware store of Benjamin Ooe was burglarized last night About 50 worth of goods consisting of silverware pocket knives scissors and razors wero taken A small amount of moaoy was alao secured Â¬ Â¬ sjc Quality - - iif rtpji Fulls to SHnee 1anta Cheap Jijo lot 5c Side Combs 5c 0 doz Ladies 3c - 5c Ladies Bleach Veit Illack I bottle ijc Quality - Hose Carters black i Ink ii Worth iov - 15c Ladies and Gtnts Ti jc Quality Ladies Silk Mts 3c Nice New Patterns In Wall Paper t- I2c Arbucklea Coffee XXXX Cnflee Jersey Coffee Wotlhije MR JOSKPII C MYGATT LOST MINE DISCOVERED te at ad Aulut lUperlencee o the Men Who round It Piissix A T July 10 John V James and Henry Blako have returned frome the desert region near the Mexi can border bringing a story of extreme ufTorlng aud of access iu the discov ery of the famous California mine one ot the mokt famous of tho lost mines of the southwest The mine lies 80 miles south of San tiuet station on the Southern Pacific In a region that appears absolutely waterless For 10 days the men and their burros were compelled to livo by drinking tue mtter laice or tho cactus The men are terribly broken down through their Bufferings on the blazing desert They could stay at the ralno out proupnt fc acic only a snort samples of gold specked ore taken from the bottom of the shaft where yet were tne toou ten by tue Mnr of au years ago They will oatlt aad return m soon as they regain streagtk Â¬ uo All who are afflicted with Scrofula Eczema Tetter Cancer Carbuncles Rheumatism Contagious Blood Poison Catarrh or Unv other form of blood troubles will iind In S S S a prompt and permanent cure It matters not how deep seated the disease or what other treatment has failed Carbuncles arc the result of an impoverished con- Â¬ dition of the blood causing a depressed vitality and ouch a low state of health that h is difficult for the system to with stand even the mildest Illness Mr Joseph C My gat t of No 400 Hancock Ave Athens Ga says I con- Â¬ tracted blood poison from dye which developed such alarming- symptoms that my life was almost despaired of At one time there were fourteen car- Â¬ buncles on my body and my Buffering was such that for mouths I was unable to do any work The best physician In our city treated me constantly but his efforts were of no avail mr condi- Â¬ tion growing worse all the while 8 8 8 was recommended and after I had taken the first bottle an im Â¬ provement was noticed I grew better every day and after taking1 six bottles I was entirely cured The carbuncles all disappeared leaving my akin perÂ¬ fectly clear and I have never had one since There is not a disease of the blood It matters not how severe which 8 8 S will not cure It Is guaranteed Â¬ - Purely Vegetable caer u n -- dent to theso diseases is instantly allayed EKRON by applying Chamberlain b Eye and Review of the Oraln and Livestock Mar Skin Ointmont Many very bad cases ket For Juljr 10 have been permanently cured by it It Gene Guedry left Thursday forlVdu is equally efficient for itching piles and Cincinnati Tobaeeo Market Hhdl a favorite remedy for sore nipples cab a 730 chapped hands chilblains Offering for the week frost bites J T Jones vyent to Louisville last ltvjeoilon for ik week 6et3 and chronlo sore eyea 23 cts per box week 8173 Aciual sides for iho week Itocelpu for tb Week 8010 J P Bhacklett Jr wont to Louisville Br Cadys Condition Powders are Thw price un the offerings ranged at bud Monday folows ta at ri5c08 93 C89 lifts OSi just what a horse needs when in and condition Tonio blood purifier ti 7 097 OS 4S3 W4JU 06 aH Ilutl 7S Judge Woolfolk returned from the city vermifuge Soft 1UH They are not food but Thursday 113ll6aitf 75 01 3 JJ 2 mediclno and the best in nso to pnt a lltUburr Mlse Ada Neafiu returned to Louis Â¬ Frfco 23 horso in prime condition Prime ft tOi 00 fa dors cents per package Cuttle ville let Thursday II U 4 Oi bulls stag and cows 18 U0t Mm Will IlOtwrU left Friday to visit Lrima light 8 60 fl 7XsJ3 7ot JIoith heavy 13 458 S common to fair 13 28 friend at Hawesville A ChdEats IoIsob aS IA clittep Kxtrii U 0521 10 rued HtaoiNsroRT O July 17 The 3 Jltumie Lee Woolfolk left Monday for IX I 00 L oiiimnu cho OJ IJ 753 lamb H 0C33 1 veal oalres SO COdi year old sen of John Lang had a nor a vMt to relatives at Holt 0 C8 row escape from death yesterday Mrs Fred Schuukhouee apple buyer from Lang had prepared some poison to kill Cincinnati s at the Hotel Cluolnnatl Tir1 flics During her absence the child got Wlwot 7874o Corn 3787Ko Cat Irve Richardson and Misa Essie tie Seleoted uutcher i of tho poison atd swal fair to 00t 83 14 DM hold of a lump when dUoovered was in returned to liai field last Monday Bruner medium M 8603 S5 common lowed it and a 0 Hotrs Seleotetl mid plme butokw ipaami A vigorous M of the atocwMM Clarence James leaves to fky Mon Â¬ 13 1B41 SO paeklng 10 Oft 3 13 commoa pump and considerable hard work saved day to join his father in Arkansas to rough I 0Qa U5 aheop 3 03ft3 ec the childs hfo M lambs 3 Pre E AbUimv of Falmottth arrived Friday to yieithhi friend U a Roberta nuffalo Jr Cattle Choice butcher II 50ft t Ml fair to cood IS Cftt 00 oommou 8 00ft Mayor Barry of GteverpoK ws here 8 SO liotrt Yorkurs I 7ft3 90 mliw svjrl daye Ink wek looking after hk g ackers 13 ftftS 70 rmwrn W 10 3 10 farm havp Prlme 118 11 fair te choice W 0 ft 60 common t Mftl 00 auitM J Qaltt erowd fsotn hre aUenuW th it o Ja so lawm M4 at Mr Orayeroita CktsT abjW H0f Sekoted bwtoW I MftN Q BIsMfcbsmtaa at rUta ad ssiMtifvl to Mv a Mixed W Km N Osssl eanaing iuhI iiwrwisi j iM aghq of 14 m Mftt Hi wo it s4 1 THE MARKETS Tetter Salt Rheum and Eczema The Intense Itching and smarting Inci- ii Miss Eliza Jonea visited her brother here last week and returned to Louis Â¬ ville 8unday night Mesdamea Righardson and Dllto of Brandenbunr were the guest one day last week of Mrs M Bewley Dick Powell was an easy winner In Saturdays foot race at Glen Fcujstt race track Doverar irom nern attoud Â¬ i r tj s YOUkSHOULD EMRLO phrvejoriO do vrut ufhorilid Surveyor of ta Countvi spelrnced workman and knows his business Helsalso Notnry IuliHf writes Deeds and lakes Acknowledsamciltf Charges slwvs Htuionable M vTa jrXi rCelnty vorkvs W9 ifail iV T- t Atltlraaa 63 Cmi5 vROYALTY ltf jCW s SURYSYW a W KAlTMIMMUia i xr i laasvaiii sissrsssanaaMsa m mm at apple mn wvm CO 1 FOR SALB mvwtTon an OHOBWI 4 80 UwlM M Mit ft miim ttsM ali - th tky V Ctti tm Mr Ye li -- ft M4 Mi i i tdVUt tolw 4mf r- Ohm laSSiSSavmnlmtmoi r CmXAM MUf te ikmMItsmvM aoctra It Is qcJckri aaaorfcaa ky mail Msrt at DrasHsss nt bj 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