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BauiMMi4HMi 1 Iff r M rpr 7 vl 9 V I XIJJJ LOGAN - wr ENRIDGE NEWS BRE Cm CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 28 1897 NO 2 near hero as a farm waiohman vm ly ing in his tent with his brother he I guess Ill drew a revolver and said tako a shot at tho stars no at my own fool self Shaw then shot himself and died boforo a doctor arrived Ho was a cigarotto flond V VOL XXII MAY END SOON 8TATUE UNVEILED Che Entire- Oltjr of Chicago Decorated For SUSPENSE OVER m A Crisis Approaching In the Strike ef the Coal Miners TROUBLE FEARED SERIOUS As the Strikers Threaten to Force those Working to Quit While the Operators Say They WILL PROTECT THEIR MEN PrrrsBtmo July 20 Sixty deputy sheriffs w611 supplied with Winchester rifles have beon dispatched to tho Now York and Cleveland company mines Tho request for deputies it ia said camo from Mr Doarmit who rocoived word from a scout that a large body of men wero marching towards the mines coming from tho direction of McKees port and Youghioghony district Nothing moro definite than tho above Is known hore Another maroh on Oanonsburg was begun last night A big meoting of the minors was held nt Relsslng at 3 oclock yesterday afternoon They wero in Â¬ formed that tho Allison mlno intended to resume work and in a very short time it was docldod to make another tramp across the country and reinforce the 100 strikors that have been on guard They will remain several days There was a groat hurrying to and fro in all tho mining settlements in that section boforo tho sun went down Women as has boon the case during the present strike were among the most They ndvlsod thoir nctlvo agitators husbands and sweethearts to take an other irksome tramp across the country in order that their conditions might be bettered Boforo evening more than COO deter Â¬ mined men from Cecil Relssing and Bridgoville woro mobilized at Brldge ville Shortly after 7 oclock they started on the march with tho American flag at their head Nearly all of the mon carried a dinner pail and thoy looked like a regimont of toilors going to their work Tho wholo country side along tho line of maroh turned out to witness the sight Thov reached tho Allison miuo at ubontkclock and made tho bost of their qWrTcrs Nothing wBono in tho way of ar Â¬ bitration yeKlay Tho commission- Â¬ ers rested agggKpoctto accomplish con- sidorablo durlsg tho early part of tho week They will endeavor to enlist more of the river operators and havo every reason to hopo that thoy will bo successful Â¬ the Occalon 23 With imposing ceremonies and in tho prcsonco of n ticmondons crowd tho magniflocnt equestrian statuo of General John A Logan wus unveiled yesterday in Lake Front park Tho statuo of Logan is supposod to typify tho dead commanders notion at Rcsaca whon General McPhcrsou was killed Logan on seeing his superior falf grasped tho flag and rodo up and McPhorsou down tho lines shouting and revenge I Tho figure is tho largest equestrian bronzo in America and is tho first equestrian work of that famous sonlp tor St Gaudons In position tho Btatuo is 40 feet high Tho podestal alone cost 10000 The stato legislature immediately after the death of General Logan appropriated 50000 for tho statuo Every train coming into tho city in morning brought hosts of excursionists It was virtually a local holiday Tho roviewing stand and buildings along tho ronto of tho big parado wero replendent with tho national colors aud other decorations Logans plcturo was in windows all over the city It is estimated that tho following number of men took part in tho parade preceding tho unveiling ccromonios G A R 5000 Unllod States troops 2 COO national guards 7000 Knights Templar 1600 Knights of Pythias 7C0 postofllco employes 1200 miscellaneous 1000 Total 18050 post of The right of tho lino tho honor in tho march was given to tho survivors of tho Thirty first Illinois vol nntcors Goneral Logans old regiment Thero wero 100 of thorn in lino led by General R N Pearson thoir last col- Â¬ onel Tho marine display surpassed in num Â¬ ber of craft and appcarauco of tho licet anything that Chicago has over seen Thero woro moro vessels anchored in sldo of the outer breakwater and op- Â¬ posite tho Logan monument than float- Â¬ ed past tho Grant monument at the time of its dedication and tho decorations of tho fleet surpassed everything heretoforo attempted Tho fleet consisted of 3d yachts 0 passenger steamers 0 merchant steamers 10 tugs lifesaving boats fire tug rovenue cutters Grcsham Fcsscnden and Calnmot OiHOAdd July The Dlngley Tariff Bill is Now a an Englishman HAVOC Law Whether FOR pieces oiittb spatted with mud On tho ropo which held it was tho American dag It hat not boon touched Both flags wero hung up by tho Fortnightly club in honor of a lawn party to bo held at tho house of II Picrsou Brocklcsby ON A SEVERAL INJURED An STEAMER Excursion Train Wrecked Near Marietta Ohio A Explosion In Which Four Men Are Kilted anil Several Injured NEWS NUGGETS PLUNGED THROUGH WHEELING CONFERENCE Will Wheeling July 20 Eugeno V Debs will bo the first of tho labor leaders arriving in Wheeling to attend tho con Â¬ Jiearly AH h Lahor Organization Be Ilenreented Â¬ rious labor organizations of the country called by President Itatchf ord of the minors to consider ways and- means to bring success to tho coal strike Advices received by local labor loaders aro to tho effect that nearly all of tho executive offloials of national labor or Â¬ ganizations will come to Wheeling for Tuesdays conference As to the outcorao of tho conference thero is much uncertainty though it is claimed that tho result will be tho calling upon the firemen brakemen and conductors to rofuso to haul trains car Â¬ rying West Virginia coal Thero is no hope of the ability to have the railroad engineers Join in this movemont in fact tho Engineers Brotherhood will not bo represented at the conference Â¬ ference of executlvo officers of the va- Â¬ DEBS MEETINGS The Great Labor Lender Coufldeit of Getting- the Men Out Fairmont W Va July 20 Dobs held three good meetings at the various mines yesterday and is confident that tho men will bo gotten out early this week but tho general Impression is that if tho break is not soon made it will not bo mado at all Yesterday the operators sucoocded in kooping many of tho men from tho meotings and it looks as easy to keop them in the mines All tho mines aro guarded by depu Â¬ ties and nojraen are allowed on tho companys grounds A body of the or- Â¬ ganized men will stay at each of the different mines and a herculean offort is to bo mado to induce tho men not to go to work Rumors of all kinds are afloat but no trouble is expected POISONED XN WHISKY CerauerVVerdlct la the peculiar Dentil of Henry C Lufklm yesterday afternoon Coroner Hiram Btreltenberger rendered his verdict in the case of mysterious death of Henry O Lnfkins fonnd dead in bed Snnday ia which several persons are implicated The verdict l to the point and is ia fall as follows 1 II k 4l tuU0 KajmI tlA and examined the body I 4d that de Â¬ ceased ome to his death by akohoHe Masoning I farther And that savarnl persona residing in Ohilllcothe were in strumental in plaeing unduly large aaantitiea of whiaky in tho hands of tb deceased that he might be kept in a oouWhued state of intoxication and they wrongfully induced hltn to give thettt a large poctiou of his nwmey while be was In an intoxicated eoadU A nnuiber of arrests will b tiott yde by the noloe 1 -Â¬ Ohjlucothe 0 July 23 At 1 30 July 98 George Din ning the Kentucky negro who has ea perteuoed the terrors of a iaob threat Â¬ ening hi life and who ha aeon she alluws statiiut him in tHefeWt who ia now a frea man arrived and will make this eity hU ratotw home Dinning was pardoned by Oojr raor Bradley Satarday night bat ha will Monday kaawuotbtiig abo auonuag when he war gftron a new nit of ofotheSr and a ink to Lonia- iMWAXATOUfl Â¬ Grf DhMttMC future fee ha War Wae Oer Jttly IM OONSTANYINOIUi staged that the Turkish military com mission will start immediately for JThaMalr tome the Utetik otUm and r i k J7 i w M Mi iwannnrien M t Ieluhe FdHWIWW IW At July 24 ovenlng a dread- Â¬ ful explosion occurred on tho steamer Nutmeg Stato of ho Bridgeport Steam Â¬ Remains to be Seen A Great Rush boat companys lino while bIio was ly iiig at her slip at tho foot of South to Escape High Impurt street and as a result four men aro Duties dead threo others aro thought to bo fa- Â¬ tally injured and a number of moro aro in a serious condition Tho stcamor THE BAND CEASED TO PLAY was damaged about f 1000 Tho dead are I Patrick Moran killed instantly Perry Wasiiinotox July 20 Tho Dlngley takon a Connors died whilo being to hospital bill Is now a law and congress has ad- Â¬ Jerry OConnoJl died at hospital journed sine dio Unknown man found dead in hold By a vote of 40 to 80 tho sonato at 3 The injured aro oclock Saturday afternoon agreed to Michael Rcardon burnod about face the conference report on the disagree and neck internal Injuries not expect- Â¬ meet bctwocn tho two houses as to the ed to llvo Patrick Glennan deck hand thought scnato amendments and an hour later tho president with a pen provided for to bo fatally burned Tprobably fatally Mlchaol Magulro tho purpose by Mr Dlngley whoso burned about faco and chest name the bill bears alllxod his signa Â¬ Edward Lynch burnod about face ture thcroto At 4 3S p m this act on and head tho part of tho chief executive was John Hartwoll seriously burned on communicated to tho house In which chest and arms and limbs Â¬ John Connolly burned about face tho bill onglnatcd and tho announce ment was recClvod with great applauso and chest Tho men are all conuoctcd with the Almost immediately after tho final voto tho senate went into executive boat Immediately after tho explosion an session and cleared up its docket with one or two unimportant exceptions con- Â¬ alarm of firo was sounded but tho ftro was quickly extinguished and tho firo firming all tho presidential nominations mon had That of Terrendo V Powdcrly to bo care for tholittle to do but to assist and injured commissioner of immigration with othTho stovodorcs woro oating on tho ers wrro in tho hands of committees supper deck just over tho hoid when aud wero not acted upon Tho houso assembling at noon had the explosion took place and tho men wero thrown in all directions against taken a recess until 8 30 p m and be fore it reassembled tho secretary of the tho woodwork Two of tho men wero senate was In waiting to comuinulcate thrown overboard and wero rescued unthe action of tho sonato upon tho con- Â¬ injured whilo nono of tho others esference report As soon as the body caped unharmed Tho deck under tho was called to order ho announced the supper tabl was blown open 10 fcot wido while both sides of tho boat for- Â¬ concurrence and tho announcement Was received with applauso which was ward of tho gangway wero torn into renewed a moment later when Speaker splinters A huge mass of fragments woro scat- Â¬ Reed attached his signature to it Tho onrollcd bill was hurried over to tered over tho lower deck aud as far back as tho engine room all tho carpen- Â¬ the senate by Representative Hager SINGULAR OCCURRENCE chairman of tho committee on enrolled ter work was wrecked Tho interior of tho dining room on tho forccastlo was A Young Lady Shoot Ilerelf and Light Â¬ bills aud Tiee President Hobarts sig ning Strike the Ilulldlnir nature attached Mr Hagor then re completely demolished Tho officials aro roticcnt as tho direct Booton July 20 During a heavy turned to tho houso with the bill under causo of tho explosion It was first al- Â¬ and in thunderstorm Saturday a bolt of light Â¬ his arm took tho company with Mr leged that lightning struck tho boat bill to the executive Dlngley ning struck tho 8 story brick building mansion for President MoKinloys sig- Â¬ but was later ascertained that a deck at 40 Kilby street setting it on fire nature hand went into the hold to light his When tho firomon forced their ontranco The houso vhilo all this was going pipe and it is believed that tho lighted caused into the pfflco of W S J Codman on had adoptod a concurrent resolution match iu a closed forccastlocoroners A real estate brokers on the third floor fixing 0 oclock Saturday night as the naptha vapor to oxplodo This went inquest will bo held thoy wero horrified to find tho dead hour for final adjournment body of the firms bookkeeper Mls9 over to the Benate and thero was the ONLY ONE LIFE LOST Allco Barrett lying on tho floor her merry mischiof to pay for Bomo three For awhile it was thought The Cloutlbunt Damage at Youngttown hours death being naturally attributed to the Allen and Morgan would never cease O Not a Great a Iteportetl lightning talking aud others took a hand Teller O The July 24 Youxostown It nOw appears that thoyoungwoman among tho number cloudburst that struck this town Thurs Â¬ was not killed by tho bolt but that her Bacon and Whito and tho linos of discussion novcr close- Â¬ day night was not as great a calamity life was ended by a bnllot by her own ly dtawn in tho senate drifted from hand A revolver was rounu lying oy tho resolution to adjourn to tho Pacific as it was at first feared would be Thcr her side A singular feature ofa tho railroad resolution introduced by Soua waters havo entirely receded and a case is that sho should havo fired tlfo faand tho Pres- Â¬ thorough investigation shows that thero tor Harris of tal shot at tho exact moment of tho tor idents message Kansas for authority to was but one life lost here during tho asking riflo peal of thunder whioh completely appoint a currenoy commission which storm drowned the noiso of the weapon had been sent to congress immediately Honry Mohor a young man was Miss Barrett It is said had accumupassage or the tariff bill a colling at the homo of a Miss OConnor after tho lated 800 or 1000 which sho had lent measure authorizing the appointment to an acquaintance who lost it in spec- of which was then pending in and was to whom ho was engaged to bo married Lightning struck a telephone wire ulation Sho worried over her loss and subsequently passed by tho house against which he was leaning and It preyed upon her mind Finally tho frank statemont was made death resulted almost instantly Miss Miss Barrett was 23 years old and by Mr Aldrlch that tho Republicans OConnor was- - badly shookod but will lived with her mother aud two brothers did not expoot to tako action upon tho at Waltham She was a member bf tho recommendations of tho president at rocovor Tho Mahoning river rose two f eot in Unitarian church and greatly interest this session and tho attitude of Senator an hour and washed away several ed in charitablo work Thurston mado It apparent that no ao bridges Crab Creek an insignificant tiou could be had upon tho railroad stream rose 15 feet in an incredibly HE WAS ALMOST MOBBED resolutions short space of timo doing greatdamago A Chicago Man Fire Into a Crowd of Then at 7 oclock Mr Morgan took in tho lower portions ofthe city Small Hoy llaylne Hall and moved that the adjourntho floor Houses wero washed fronvf heir foun Chicago July 20 James ODounoll ment resolution bo conourrod in Mr dationa and men women and children llfo of a rcclnso shot into Allen stood bv but refrained from fur Â¬ woro rescued from second story win- Â¬ who lives tho a crowd of small boys who wero play ther part Tho resolution was unani 9 dows in and ing ball near his homo yesterday after- mously concurred extraordinary when Squaw creek park a plearuso resort session Thomas Good aged 12 and oclock arrived tho congress adjourned near this city was practically wiped noon of the fifty fifth out of existence Frank Spears aged 8 colored wero Elno dio It is estimated that the loss In this badly wounded Spears will probably city alouo will approach 100000 A CROSSING PRECEDENT die A great loss of lifo was narrowly As soon as tho shootlntr becamo An Important Decision Rendered by Kail averted at the Spring Common fooan angry mob of nolghbors sur known tbridge Mon women and children inroad CominlMloner Kayler roundod ODonnells home where ho Railroad sisted upon remaining to watch tho Columbus O July 24 had hidden The timely arrival of a angry waters bolow In spite of the fact patrol wagon saved his life but by a Commissioner Kayler has mado a deci tho struoturo was unsafo Finally narrow margin as the mob surrounded sion that means much to the railroad that policemen with drawn clubs cleared the wagon and tho officers wero forced interests and will no doubt establish a two bridge and none too soon for a few the to fight to protect their prisoner ODon precedent in crossing disputes betwoen seconds later tho bridgo was swept nell said the boys annoyed him with electriq and steam railroads He holds away their noiee Reports from tho rural districts show that an electric road wanting to cross Two Yountf Men Drowned an established steam road must provide that tho farmers eufforcd greatly In Braddock Pa July 20 Two young tho necessary protection for itself and Trumbull county J5 barns wore struok were man Richard Clair and James Sohoon not iutorfero with tho running of the by lightning aha burned Crops damdestroyed and buildings generally over were drowuod in the Mouongaliela steam road in any way loss of lifo is yot reported Tho case in point is tho dispute be aged bnt no river at this point yesterday afternoon by tho ursdtlug of a skiff in whioh tween the Cincinnati Hamilton and Convict doe Cray thoy with threo companions wero Dayton and tho Miami Valley Traction William Columbus 0 July 24 crossing the river Tho skiff was uset company at Trontoa Butler county Pattersou serving an eight year sen by tho swell from an excursion steamer The traction company- Doing an elco in and though assistance was promptly trio must put a derail on eaoh side of tonco Biuco tho penitentiary from Cincin 1893 for robbery has gouo tho Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton nati sent to the party Clair and Schoou over who could not swim woro track with lovers so arranged that the crazy Ho imagines his foot aro on firo conductor of tho eleotrio must stop his Ho has been placed in the prison drowned car aud cross the steam track to work asylum I Dick Tate Still AllveT tho lever j William WorUworth Fkankfort Ky July 23 Attor PECULIAR ACCPENT Many readers havo thought Words Â¬ noys for the llfo insuranco companies sued by the holrs of ox Treasuror Dick Jaine B Campbell Intantljr Killed at worth to bo dull and heavy and that these defects aro unpardonable in a poet Tate Ultimate that thoy will spring a Cheter FeHniylvnul sensation when the caso comes to trial CiiESTteu July 26 James B Camp- Â¬ It ietrne that his pootry ia not uni Tho iuforeuco is tliat thoy beliove they bell ex city olerk of Cheater was killed formly great and attractive and that have evidence that Tato is still alive In yosturday af toruoou by a most peculiar much of what he wrote la tame No Japan and that his relatives here are accident Ho was one of a party stand writer eould yield so maeh wheat and still in correspondonoo with him ing on the government plor awaiting not have some chaff with it No poet hwaut the Kaalklt Channel the Wilmington Del passenger steam Â¬ could write a long poem like The Ex Â¬ cursion or The Prelude and bo bril Â¬ Peter MoNally boat London July the Boston bwlmmer has swam the A steam tug which was lying at the liant in every line Even Ilomer some Â¬ He started from pier with a hawser attached to a post times nods Shakespeare does not al English channel Dover at 1110 oolook Satwday morn begun to inoyo and tho hawser becom- Â¬ ways reach the tamo heights and I ing and wai In tho water flftepn hours ing taut slipped over the top of the venture to say that Byron who sneered iu which ho covered thlrty Y wiles post and whirling rapidly through the so often a Wordsworth flies very low He lauded at 3B0 oclock yesterday air caught Campbell nndor tho chin in wore than one of his poems Many morning at a point three miles from The rdpo enoirclcd itself tightly about of thdae who do not consider Word Capo GrizHesk the nnfortunate man worth profitable reading belong to a his neck lifted ten fcot in tho air and thoa dropped olaaa that Is incapable of a feeling of Crvat UI4 or Wheat him to the pier Hisneok was bcoken M The wha the power to an Akaixa Imi July ami ho was foaad to be dead when the poetry and withoutnot eaay to derive harveai U finished and the song of the horror stricken spectator ran to assist preoiate a poet it la Mrs any pleasure or help from hew thrasher ia heard in the land The him A P Peebody in Forum yield ia aWat phenomenal both in WMkArwM Wmkm CMra quantity and aaaUty many Acids turn Q July W Mw Mary Lef A Mew Hraaetri tug on nun than W bushels an acre under the grain weighing 90 pawn to the tier and her 14 alleged son are of set No hew dynasty wovld begin by the charge the arrest hew bnshel Wales weending Mae tlug ttra to their hoaanhoM goods which Prinen of still he the Maanmian shram dynas Three Uvtrae Vserng Mmm BrMHi It woald they had Uawred for fMQ ahont two Three Detroit weeks ago Unntistakabto aiidaaew of ty or family What ia unaant by change DrraoiT July W of dynasty ia ohaage wt fc migntng were drowd ywsarday ooal oil was dtscdrered in ffty few men the eepslxing of a ItwiMKm tty and closet while Mm swig enn was fawUy Th dynejW of thnTndos end bent jnTBniat Island near th wool jnrtar ed with Qnean tHntjbatikj the dynasty laud on the manjnl in of Detroit rivw The drowned were Ibe strongly denied the charge tor of the Btnarta cosnmfoad with Jantf William W hiw Frank K Uuasril which she ia being held The promnt I and ended with Que Anna service of tit firemen saved the honse Jr and Edwin Stafewuky Alexander the Great nnipleyed tho HrtUsh Vtag Oat eaa Tera -- A big British flrat Nhutarine boat ai the Uge of Tyre Large and rlah goidgalda bv been Maw Yokk Jnlr U M Faro tu diaoovered bj government rrveynca on nag whioh hong aeraas Cfcrrtland iu the year lb east aoyt ef aiherin iwrfcriift m treat Brooklyn was foond flatnrday foraned the Parte Society of Civil Sn in ghtenta reewtly jnaraiM to hjnra htnoMpiignt BETTER OR FOR WORSE DiUDaEPortT Conn 0 30 oclock yestorday TRESTLE Charles indisposed of Kurt4i ico Ironton Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ O feeling bath dying a few took an hours later from a sovero chill One Coach Catches Fire and Several thousand physicians in Indiana neglected to comply with tho new law and Holocaust Is Narrowly register and therefore are subject to a lino Averted Tho heavy rains of Thursday Friday and Saturday last did a vast amount of damage to the fanners of central York IN ARKANSAS York WHITE CAPS William Six In Jail at Springfield 111 on tho clinrgo of bigamy Is said to have Maribtta O July 20 As an excur Â¬ married thirteen women within tho past sion train was returning from Zones twelve months ftxlo caused a derailment of villo 0C0 last night tho trestle 13 A broken loaded freight cars ort the Norfolk and work over a bottomland threo and a Western railroad near Clrclovillc O No half miles from Marietta gave way and one was Injured The two of tho four coaches wero precipi part ofground upon which tho Isprincipal claimed Frankfort Ky Is built tated to a cornfield below Tho coaches by J S Alsinan of Virginia He threatens to bring suit wero filled with peoplo but by a mira- Â¬ Orville cle no one was killed About 15 per Â¬ his homo K Toney has disappeared from near Richmond Ind Ho was sons wero badly Injured nnd all wero supposed to bo financially embarrassed He was worth tll000 o year ago moro or less bruised The child of Mrs Llzzts Miss Nollio Purdy of this city was Drown of Winchester O was attacked injured in tho breast and will probably and terribly bitten by a largo shepherd dio dog Tho child will probably die Ahcad end collision occurred between Olio of tho coaches took firo and soma of tho passengers wero singed and had two freight trains on tho Monon railroad I near Bloouilngton their clothes burned before thoy could was Injured and both i Fireman Mlllor wero badly escape wrecked All tho injured were brought to tho District assembly No 49 of the Knights of Labor of New York city Sunday passed city last night strong resolutions condemning the nomBACK IN CABANAS FORTRESS ination of T V Powderly bs United 8nunlli Dlpatche Bay That General III- - States commissioner of Immigration J W Houston who cashed hundreds of vera Ha Recovered checks throughout Havana July 20 General Rlus Ri- Â¬ dollars In worthless two years ngo was West Virginia about vera tho Insurgent leader who succeed- captured in Alleghany City Pa and ed Antonio Macco in Piuar del Rio brought to the Jail at Parkersburg West and who with his chief of stalT Col- Virginia onel Bacullao was captured In March Four men stealing a rldo on a Louisville last after having beon seriously wound and Nashville freight train wero Injured Ono of ed has recovered from the effects of In a wreck near Peweo Valley his wounds and tho illness from which tho men was William Lnrlonla of Louis he suffered Ho was removed from the ville but tho others refused to glvu their hospital to the Cabanas fortross yester- names All will recover A disease that U puzzling phyblclans has day boy at North JackGeneral Rivera according to tho of- attacked a son O The boys fingers on ono hand ficials expressed himsolf as well satis fied with the treatmont ho received in have all disappeared and now tho other hand Is affected Tho disease resembles the hospital It was found not to bo necessary to leprosy but Is not believed by tho doctors perform an operation of tho removal of to bo contagious tho tumor from which General Rivera Crime and Caualtle suffered Jim Sellers a negro murderer was taken from the county Jail at Pittsboro CalConfederate Ofllcer Ilarled Savannah July 20 General Lafay Â¬ houn county Miss and shot to death by a mob ette McLaws tho oldest Confederate Worthlngton Martin Murphy 17 major general but ono was buried yes- Ky accidentally killedof himself while terday with military honors The First hunting Ono sldo of his head was almost regiment Infantry Georgia voluntcorsf entirely blown away First battalion Georgia volunteers the Mrs Aaron Cosund a farmers wife re Chatham artillery tho oldest artillery siding four miles south of Nowcastlo company in the country except ono Ind was killed by lightning Sho was and ono troop of tho First regiment of standing close by a wlro clothes line at tho WCM AkfrlG POWDER Absolutely Pure BAKING rOWDER CO m v Celebrated lor It great leavening ilrength and Atsure the food ozaintt alum and heahhAiIneii all foim of adulteration common to die t heap brand XOVAi HEW YORK 0at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Interdependence of Invention Thoadvont of important and valuable inventions ia often dependent not pppn the brilliant inspiration of soino indi- Â¬ vidual inventor but upon tho genernl and graduaf ndvanco of tho stato of tho art to which they belong making their occurrence not only possible but nlmost inevitable Tho bicyclo is an excellent examplo of this kind of growth in mo clinulcil construction sinco whilo it is ono of tho most important things both mechanically and commercially which has over been produced It owes its development to tho parallel im- Â¬ provements iu metal uud rubber work- Â¬ ing without which it could novcr havo existed at all in tho modern sense or to any extent Tho clumsy wooden velooipcdo would always havo remained n useless toy had not tho introduction of drawn stool tubing mado tho construction of a light and yet strong iramo possible whilo tho original leather tiro of Duulop could novcr havo led to tho practical niilicn tlou of tho pnemnatio priuciplo with- Â¬ out tho substitution of tho rubber con- Â¬ struction which only tho advances in rubber manufacture mado possible This is but ono iustanco of what is ap Â¬ parent in many other lines of work and thero iu little doubt that if the patent records of tho past 50 years wero thor Â¬ oughly studied by compotent specialists many inventions which at tho timo of their conception wero failures simply because of the impossibility of executing the ideas would now bo found both practicable and valuable Cassiers Magoziuo 4 Â¬ Foret Macreadj BlcCulloqeh Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cavalry tho famous Jeff Davis Legion and two divisions of the naval militia escorted thoromains from tho church to tho cemetery Died In Kaoh Other Arm College Cokneu O July 20 Henry Eillough and Maurico Cunningham aged 11 and 0 years wont black berrying and not having returned home at a lato hour search being made for them tho father of Maurioe discovered their clothes on tho bank of a small stream about two miles from town and at once went into tho creek and diving found them dead clasped in each othors arms The boys wero unablo to swim lluuc the Man and Whipped III Wife Louisville July 23 Ephralm Brink loy who shot and killed Oypern Trou alls last week was hanged by a mob in front of Troualis houso Wednesday night in the town of Ncbo which is about 10 miles from Madisonvillo on tho Providence brauoli of the Louisville and NashvilU railroad Tho mob toverely whipped Mrs Troualis who Is charged with being Brinkleys accomplice in the murder White Caps In Arkauaa Little Rock July 28 A baud of lawless White Caps Is operating in Ran dolph and Lawrence countios and have tho people terrorized Last night tho Kuklux took a widow from her homo and whipped her to death A man and his wifo wero whipped for not sending Lawronco thoir daughter to school Gray a farmer was carried away by them a few nights ago and ho has not beou heard from lllunder in the New Tariff Hill San Fiunciscq July 20 Tho custom officials here have discovered a blunder in tho now tariff bill whioh may bo Section 261 troublosomo to importers of the schedule provides that tho duty apples peaches currants etc on shall bo 23 cents a bushel But Section a number 263 provides that tho duty on currants and of fruits including other shall bo 3 cents a pound Death of a Frmutnent Ilrookljrn Divine New YonK July 26 Rev Dr Mal colm McGregor Dana died at his homo in Brooklyn yesterday Ho had been ill for a loug time with a complication of diseases and his death had been houcly expeotod for several weeks He was born in Brooklyn about sixty years ago Ho was graduated from Amherst oollego in lfaJD and from tho Uuion Theological seminary in 1803 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ytU yao4 Terrible lete Hanged Pa July 23 Peter was Terriblo Pete Wassel alias hanged in the county jailyard yester Â¬ day The drop fell at 10 80 and at 10 30 ho was pronounced dead Wassels crime was tho killing of Joseph Kuper avago In Georgetown in 18 97 Wassel shot at another man bat missed hltn and killed KHpersavage who was stand ing ontsiae the window WiLKEflUAiiKE Â¬ Â¬ Man nt -- Â¬ a wife aged 8 years a clerk and aged 17 were tnatantiy Wiled by a Uala en the Went Shore railroad ahont oelack last night Thny were aeen armsnrlinjt before the train atrnek than and it hi thnaght the man htteadad to cans the death of his wife and hinv elf IU had been heard to threaten her Me Waee Cigarette Flea J KHnA Citt July M While Ev erett Shaw who baa been emotared Utwa N a4 Mk Wife Y July S8 taaailr XttU4 Fhetgn JhnMa McCullough did not carry tho aotor into ovcryday lifo as Forrest did For Â¬ rest was always tho great tragedian aud after his dlvorco generally moody and silent but when ho spoko it was in deep trngio tones and with shakings of his black curly locks that improsscd the listener with unbounded nwo No ono I think over dared to joko or time daughter of bo familiar with tho great Forrest Rosa Funk the a fanner living near Tipton Ind was When ullmouy day camo around and struck by the breaking of a rope used in ho had to pay a good round sum to his unloading hay and died from Internal In- divorced wifo it was better to keop juries away from him for then hoallqwed his Edward K Palmer of TIdecute Pa to have full taking tho excursion train temper and ugliness who intended for Cincinnati at Belpre was killed by a sway Nowhere in American dramatio his- Â¬ yard engine before the excursionists tory docs an aotor stand out with tl a reached there While diving at Coney Island N Y prominence of Forrest His individual Â¬ Sunday O W Enrlght of that city struck ity was so pronounced that no ono who tho body of n man floating under water A onco mot him could over obliterate that search of tho pockets showed that the meeting from his memory Foricst is body was that of Qeorge B Vroomann of also a part of history for thero aro Brooklyn a shipping clerk many who romomber tho Mucrcndy Frank Keatloy an employo of the Nor- Â¬ Incited primarily by Forrest folk and Western railway shops at Ports- riots in Â¬ mouth O was fatally injured at that hissing Macrcady in Ilamlet forlikd pliico An Immense lump of coal rolled troducing somo business ho did not waving a handkerchief and dancing off a passing train and striking him on on in tho players scono which Forrest the head fractured his skull tho pas do Rolltn Bnrt S3 residing eight miles sarcastically dubbed north of Muncle Ind accidentally shot mouchoir This was in London and and killed himself In climbing a fence a tho news Bpread liko wildfire so that rovolver which he was carrying In hi after playing a magnificent first ongago hip pocket was Accidentally discharged incut all over England his second was the bullet entering his abdomen mado a fallnro by Macrcadys friends Mrs Margaret Thornton of Midway interrupting his Ky fell dead In tho depot at that place hissing groaning and waiting for a train She was going to plays Overland Monthly Georgetown Ky to attond the funeral of Never Saw Mercury her son who had dropped dead a few days To most peoplo Mercury is known before while fishing from a raft of logs Mrs Vernon Blssell and her two chil- chiefly as beiug very difficult toseo and dren of Akron O were seriously burned to bo sceu at all it must bo looked for the llttlo girl probably fatally Mrs Bis low down in tho twilight sky at certain soil was cleaning woodwork with gaso- specified times during certain equally line Ono of the children stepped on a specified seasons of tho yoar Boeing mutch and set tho liquid ou fire The him is enhanced by tho rumor that tho house was destroyed Â¬ William Grace aged 18 while being great Copernicus died without over hav lowered In an air shaft that was being ing dono so Ho is however not so difficult to de-Â¬ constructed at a private coal mlno near Coshocton O was overcomo by foul air tect as this probably truo fablo about and fell from the bucket a dlstanoo of 80 Copernicus has lod many to suppose feet When his body was brought to the Two impediments to Mercurys observa Â¬ surfuco life was extinct tion stood in Copernicus way tho ono Death that Copernicus lived very far north S A Piper president of tho First Na tho other that tho mists at tho mouth of tional bank of Maysvllle Ky died at his tho Vistula roso uightly to obscuro tho hotna In that city of Brlghts dlseaso twilight sky Tho latter obstaclo is as William Biggs aged 07 a rotlred cap-Â¬ evident as it mado Mercury tho rovcrso italists of Greenup county Ky died at the tho former will bo uono tho less appar Â¬ homo of his daughter in Huntington ent when wo reflect that tho path in West Virginia which all the major planets travel is iu Dr D O Scull a retired physician of northern latitudes greatly bowed to tho Lebanon Ind is dead of chronlo gas-Â¬ In couscqucnco that patch is tritis IIu had bet a an Invalid for throe horixon years and for tho last 40 days had gone subject or a long distance from tho sun without food He served four years lit the to all thosa atniosphcria disturbances peculiar to tho horizon disturbances war Near Donnelly Kr Mrs Helrvla Colo which niako observations near it prao 101 years She tiaully Impossible and tho farther north died at the uUvnnced ago of was born November 26 1700 and celebrat Â¬ tho greater tho difficulty Atlantic November At that ed her centennial last was good she being able Monthly time her health to travel on horsoback and could read a Took Him Daws a 1eir newspaper and knit without the aid of Tho young doctor to whom tho iEscu glasses Shu was the mother of nine chil- lapian oath was Greek looked con- dren teBiptwonaly at tho old woman who had Fire coma to tho up town hospital whero ho Five houses were completely datroyed watf an interuo to inquiro about her and several others badly damaged by lire en at lftlchnioiiil Ky They were the prop Ho has cercbro neurosis I told yon erty of Jerry Powell and vfere Insured he said MC A Mo barrel Uuk ef ell h4onlng to the-Oh dear said the woman for she Ohio Oil cawpany en the wateon farm waa net as ornately edncatcd an the ef rimatay O oangh threa miles w k it as bad an thatl Ire from a holler Vhe waniss cenmMn yonng physician ealt it ead ta three ether tanks and ail were Hew what do yon the wrgcon Dont KaaaiaieV1 said The starage haneoa af the Oyeh1 lee I talk slain euoagh for yon Ind war totally oMpang at Ia it anything like ucrvona prnrtrn- eoaMiaad by tra The tre originated in tionf inquired the woman wilg the telhtUg need for bathing elan pardon nrr sir Ky edaoatHm waa tern a XBtodTag Biewtt Hgfte a driver literary rather than wieuaifle for tha lea company waa in the huUding along and w fatally burned Than yun V linta IllPUaram wltier bttkiaa rtul i rv wr anen v was 000 tans of ice In the bnihling All the iHniji wagwus and haraaea ware efeetroyed The yunug physician as bo d hurwMM ere saved Total lose fK0QOj bo wake a run fur the aiiilulmwo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A i f Bd V m v toaurnncw door New York Tehgtuuf V sV i 11 1 if r1 iff i thel BaiikftHttt- nam kby - ijrrr -- fc Kfjsam he Foot of T -- I VATfc - -- tt - Breckenridce re fc NEWS T 8 Milage Editor ui Priprlitri 28 1897 WEDNESDAY J ULY SIX PAGES PMCEEDIKiS Qf 11m rfefHtfalrCM CmvmKm Mi Hare Last Saturday This town had the pleasure last Satur Â¬ day of erjjoylng a real live Kepublican convention something It does not see and hear every day In fact yre believe It is the first convention of the kind river held here Itepubllcana never had the following to do It before It was a curl oalty to rrfany of oor people For that matter a political convention of any kind is rare in the town The peoplo dont know much about Klitlcs and care less the majority of them Dut it they could have a convention every month or two of the character and warmth of that last Saturday wo think they would soon take an interc Bt and many of our young men would develope a very great liking for the play Long before the hour of meeting the lobby of he Mitchell House was a scene of stir and bustle and men in knots of twos and threes were sitting or standing with their heads closo together diecuss ing the situation and laying plans to capture the convention for their man The leading politicians of Iho three counties were on hand taking an active part There was tho Hon Olias Stan- Â¬ ford Mark Ilanna Miller Jesse II Eskridge V B Buton Bion Jolly E B Gardner anddlas Huckelberry Miller of Breckenridge Eugene Vance Dave Powers Eugeno McAdams Bone Cham- Â¬ bers John McAdams of Hancock and Dr Baxter Yaustler Simpson Chism and Archer of Meade all leading lights HARDINSBURG of Republicanism in the Tenth Senator- Â¬ ial District and conspicious workers In the lobby of tho Mitchell L HiJsWftaTJnjLE Jesse Eakridge seemed to be the most active and his work told later on in the 0010 HIT make un of the organization Passenger Dally arr Ilardlnibarj- - T27 am for Jolly and was flKhtaWiTi Ilanna aoixa WMT Hilii ii iff1 urn Mi null element And Passenger Dally arr Ilardtnburgll 65 nm he had easy sailing for the reason that a majority of the delegates of Breckenridge were with him and Meades instructed Good rain here Monday vote for Jolly it was no trouble for him Fresh pure drugs at Witts to capture the Chairman and the make Mis3 Allie Witt has a new bicycle of the committees and run things his up Porter Breeding arrlyed last week own sweet way He named the Chair Â¬ man and the Committee on Credentials Vote for local option next Saturday and when tho work of the convention Take your country produce to Witts came up he was the Mark Ilanna of Take your produce to the Clifton Mill tho situation and all that Iteuben could store do was to make motions offer amend Â¬ Burrel Btard is here from Eddyvlllo ments and be sat upon by the Chair- Â¬ man But Rube made a brave bold on a short visit figit for his man ngirdless of the odds frBorn to the wife of Dr A M Klnche- that wore agalnBt him It wna a pretty loe July 23 a boy fight and the spectators enjoyed it Patent medicines of all kinds and at THE WORK OP THE CONVENTION bottom prices at Witts Promptly at 2 oclock Chairman A M The local optionlsts should vote early Kincheloe called the convention to or- Â¬ and often next Saturday der In a few brief words he stated the Rev F S Kelly Is holding a protract- Â¬ olj ct of the meeting and said tho first ed meeting at Fair View business of convention was the election Fresh bread every Tuesday Thursday of a temporary Chairman On motion of Jesse R Eakridge Capt and Saturday James Hook D B Haynes has qualified as Admin- Â¬ J II Rowland was chosen Chairman Simpson of istrator ot John Haynes deceased without opposition and Miss Ollie Payne ol Bewleyville was Meade was elected Secretary Mr Eskiidge moved that the Chair hero last week visiting the Misses Good Â¬ appoint three committees of three mem- Â¬ man bers each one on Permanent Organiza- Â¬ Misses SubIb Elder and Lillian Rhodes tion Resolutions and Credentials of Brandenbuig are visiting Miss Ida The Chair appointed on Permanent May Organizition 0 E Haaweli A A Bax- Â¬ Miss Florenco Taber of Fordsville rA ter and E II Miller was here last week visiting Miss Nellie A Youatler Chas Resolutions 0 Hook Blanford and Joe M Fitch I want your produce and will pay the Credentials M Q Chism John B highest market price for it J B Whit- E B Gardner 4As soon as the committee on Creden- Â¬ worth I am still repairing watches clocks tials was named Mr Miller was on his feet at once protesting that it was a jewelry silverware and spectacles T packed committee and contrary to the 0 Lewis Misses Ruth and Mabel Gray of wishes of a majority of tho convention He moved a reconsideration and want Â¬ Louisville are visiting Mrs Alfred Tay- Â¬ ed the naming of that committee placed lor at Rosetta in the hands of the convention Before Miss Sallie Taylor has returned to her he was half through with his motion the fiome at Rosetta after a two weeks Chair called him down and said he was visit in Louisville out of order and refused to listen to his Several of our young ladles fell very appeals Bat Reuben appealed never- Â¬ much In love with tho now professor theless the harder ho appealed the loud- from Elizabethtown raps of the Chairman and er camo the harder was he sat upon until Reuben of Misses Charlotte and Eva Herndon Irvington were beie last week visit- Â¬ took his seat in utter disgust and con- Â¬ ing Miss Lillle Scott tempt of the wholethtng Thjg made Hardlnsburg has gotten along very no difference with the Chairman or tho committee who went on with their little well ni a Dry Town and we had just business of organization This was the as well keep her that way My shop is well equipped for all first victory for the Eakridge faction and repairs of time keeping machinery it meant the nomination of Jolly While the committees were out the Every thing done first class Come see convention grew restless and wanted me T 0 Lewis some speaking There wero calls for all Burrel Beard was accompanied here the leading lights and it was sometime by his two daughters Misses Marie and before they could bo induced to say a Hettle from Eddyville who will be hero word for the partys gxxl several days visiting FlMlly the Hon David Powers of Old inaa Henry Priest who had a Hollow Hancock county was In- - contract to run the mill at Clifton drew his brief experience in the out lost to tell Saturday and turned the concern Mr Powers Is an over to Mr oilcan ranks Radenheimer sot fluent speaker and the dele- Major Athcraft candidate lor State enjoyed his tlghts of oratory and itthlng rebukes hurled at the Dera Senate and wife of Meade county were a week il oy gave him many rounds of hereandfew days last Gklllmantho guests of Mr Mrs R 8 HalaaaMI IHM t Rev roataV tallowing this speech the committee tion Fred Kelly gave a public exhibi Â¬ in the courthouse ono night last organization reported that the tem m porary organization should be the per week In the nature of recitals declama- Â¬ lament ok which was on motion adopt Â¬ tions etc He had a good attendance The young ladies who arranged the ed The commltloo on resolutions reported Ice cream supper in the Courthouse hall for the benefit of he Baptist church the following We the Republicans of ihe renin Sen Itorbl secured about 30 clear of all expenses District in conyeotloo assembled approve the call While passing through Garfield on of this convention or tin purpose of nominating a your way to or from any point dont fall KcandUata for State Senator He has new That wo Indorse the ailmiaisiraiicri oi uov to call o J B Whltworth ridltr and l eflbrti to sire tbl State clean jjoodathat he wants to show you and sell we point with d fciMlMM Hbe aWnlMraib and yoa cheap J prU to KeveMMbIHe paeeea uy ID iicpuMicia tke credit of the Slate has Tk school teachers we all showhag v sa latsmln tU tvevew of the X X stwb4HaMWMi tUpflacljite of tKepub College J Thw uader tlie IsaJwiMp l w arty Mart fcreafcjriaa St LeMi They waat him ts have a goal Jlon TTi hinnrMcKinW tmd kto MeaaraSkea CmmtiM for the Mbool this fa ad will help bin o wlu prompt paMte wake it l Mwty State and tnittd liicdenrhUtroreretiiMfr Osoffe yfMetUftou it said to luvel ui- lSWiliroiactlfifltw o Hit lion Qhi s HI fen ipM tor tktown a dollar across tua Poiotnac1 Â¬ I tho tesolutoDB and tho good work the river Thats as far as a dollar would go Republican party had dono for the state in tho days of George but If you will oi Kentucky His speech was well put a dollar with us well make it go twice as far in buying goods JB received and loudly applauded Tho Ghaliman announced that the Whltworth Garfield committee on credentials ws ready to Tho Notice Administrators Salo report and this closed up the oratory undorsigncd as administrator of tho The commltte reported that estate of John Haynes deceased will cock delegation was given five voles for have a public salqon tho premises near Sterrettand five for Heavefkig Gaifleld Friday Aug 0 Farming im- Â¬ Mr Miller was on jhfcjtijfl again and plements horses cattle hogs house moved as a substltaftjJpP tho report of hold goods and soforth will be sold to the committee that the entire vote ot Ihe highest and best bidder n ti Havnes Hancock be given to tho Sferrett delega Admr tton and that they be allowed to tako Ut Frank IIaawei h go to oioverport their scats on the floor pf this conven iinn n I iiiBr tlon He made a strong plea for the contemplated tuis lor sometime uut adoption of his motion but he was only decided upon it finally last week again declared out of order oy the chair The people of Cloverport will find Mr This time tho houso stood by him a Haswellto be very reliable He docs and gave him chance to bo heard and honest work and doesnt want to know a vote His motion was lost by a vote how to do any thing elso Ho was 10 to 0 This was another victory for schooled under his father who has beon tho Jolly faction and showed that in the saddlery and harness business in neither Storrett or Heavcring had any this town for over thirty years show and their names were withdrawn Mrs J II Logan came uplast Thurs from biforo the convention and the look nl our town lor the nomallon of Jolly was made unanimous day to take a first timu and to select a house Prof Then followed a political lovo feast Logan has been here Bevcral dajs Ho Oratory was again on tap and it flowed and flowed till the wholo houso was has looked at several houses that aro to shouting and shaking hands over tho rent He did not decide on any ono of happy termination of a most complicated thorn preferring as he said to leave that matter with his wife Prof and Mrs affair returning a Logan will movo up from Cloverport Tho convention after Mr Logan desires to go to vote of thanks to Mr Mitchell for right away as work at onco wotking up his school Courtises extended adjourned Tho Teachers Institute closed last Everybody soemed to be happy but work that should Friday after a Billy Sterretr who was anything but have been of weeks unusual interest to the pleesid over the result teachers The instruction of Professor Mr Jolly tho nominee was seen by a Thomas of Elizabethtown was very Ho gavo the teachers a representative of tho News last Monday thorough thorough drill daily in tho highest He said ho did not seek the nomination method of teaching and if thoy were but as his friends had so kindly given it capable of appreciating good things they to him he supposed ho would havo to should not soon forget the many valua- Â¬ accept and make the best fight he could ble and Instructive lessons Prof Thomas gave them during the week Outside of His announcement and acceptation will the teachers there was a good attend- Â¬ of the News ance of citizens From these wo have appear In tho next irsue togethor with a sketch of his life and heard various compliments upon Prof Thomas work Ho is decidedly up to business career uate in teacuiug tlljlfj 1 nn totil liist point and I correfWHdnl hope he will let us hear from him M he will rnake a good reporter Im sure To real ot the intense heat and the consequent suffering of the Inmates the Tenement district of Neiy fork should make us who havo p ire fresh air yards of shade gardens of fresh veg Â¬ etables pure Tain water and cheap fruit return sincere thanks And murmur not lam much gratified from your locals and also the correspondents to know my articles are appreciated and nflord pleas Â¬ ure to others I dearlylove to write for tho News and it has made mo many friends whom I havo never even mot but their letters have b6en wells ol comfort The young people gathered In at this domicile last Friday evening to while a fow hours in music and sociability Im- Â¬ promptu affairs aro always more pleasÂ¬ ant than formal anticipated premedi Â¬ tated ones The girls all looked as sweet and rosy as tho blush of dawn and there wero nearly 10 to 1 of them to the beaux J T Ditto Ditto our popular young salesman from North of the Ohio was here last week still enjoying single blessedness He wanted to know it I was in Louisville at the National Meet No to help on the Prosperity Wave but if ho and all other good Democrats bad beon there tho gold and Bilver pin- Â¬ ions flapping together Ihe wave might peradventure come Old Hardin county Is rankirg highor than over in a wheat raising record An enormous yield of the cereal will this year entitle it to a badge with Excel- Â¬ sior ongravlng thereon Dont you reckon Mr Editor that as things are going now well hear leas and less of 10 to 1 7 Dont you reckon too that Klon Â¬ dike Yukon and the broad gold fields -- jaw 9H hold oat-i-- u-- 4H a Fly will Myi an eminent English doctor carry enough polten to infect a houae inlly diieaie gernu nil the alrj multi Â¬ tude arc Infected fill ill die multi Â¬ These memngera of tude escape In tummer tirae more eipec mischief do not exist for millions Why not r Because they are healthy and strong protected as a crocodile is against gun Â¬ shot It is the weak the wasted the thtn blooded who fall those who have no resistive power so that a sudden cough or cold develops into graver disease We hear of catching disease Why not catch health r We can do it by always maintaining our healthy weight Prices Gut SUMMER ON GOODS in Wash Goods DRESS GOODS 25c 15c 120 10c f Cod liver Oil Is condensed nourish Â¬ ment food for the building up of the system to resist die attacks of disease It should be taken la reasonable dosea all summer long by all those whose weight is below the standard of health If you are losing ground try a bottle now Fat aale by alt dfarfbt at fee and Goods Goods Goods Goods cut to 15c cut to 10c cut to 8c cut to 5c QUARTERLY REPORT OF THF PRICES ON BANK KY BRECKINRIDGE CLOVERPORT BRAN JrtG - Â¬ Bro Jenkins preached last Saturday and Sunday Jeff Ditto and little Ben his son have been quite sick Mr Gouglt is very much better and will soon bo out we hope Miss Ava Board of Hardlnsburg is vis- Â¬ iting Mrs Pate at the parsonage Col R M Jolly seems to be a most acceptable man to the Republicans Miss Lida Haynes has been quite sick at Ekron hut sho will be at home soon Mies Agnes Malin is at home to see her brother Henry who has typhoid fever Mr P G Bryan of D II Baldwin Co was here Saturday and did some tuning A September wodding Who Who What will you give me to toll you I do know Miss Bernio Sbacklott of Garrett spent the past week with Miss Tennie Hamilton How sorry I am for my friend Mrs McGlotblan in tho loss of the hotel Sincere sympathy Miss Marriatt and Miss Lena Novitt went to Woodland last Friday thence to Stithton to attend the picnic I am glad to see our young friend J Frank Fairlelgh who has been ill at the Norton Infirmery convalescing If you want to havo a few days of unalloyed pleasure go to Camp Herndon for a few days at Sulphur Well Doe Run Miss Nettio Foushee visited Miss Beu lah Fontaine last week Beulah has just returned from a two weeks stay with Nettie Mrs George Fry mi re and little James spent the past week with her paronU Mr and Mrs J F Wool folk of Meade Springs Dr J M Hardin doesnt caro for any Â¬ thing in the musical line except of a high- Â¬ ly classical caste the old composers please him most Mrs II V Duncan will arrive next Sunday to yislt her son and wife Mr and Mrs II V Duncan We look for- Â¬ ward to her stay with much pleasure Mrs Ida Vaughn of Louisville is vis- Â¬ iting her brothers Dr J R and Mr Geo Dowden She is not enjoying the best of health and we all hope the change may benefit her Mrs McMeador who has been under medical treatment in Indiana is with her sister Mrs Uannahllardin of Holt 1 Â¬ 1 Ljata MwatKMA tlll wuuiCT SPflTuting At tho Close of Business on the 30th day Thomases tiSTstandard of June 1897 And thaL5frSntlnni nhniifd olnnt If Mr Wm Bowling of whose illness RESOURCES mention was made last week died last Loans and Discount Its loan I i Thursday and was burled on Friday in 1010534 to Director 10000 tho Brandenburg cemetery by the side Loans to Directors Loans to officers 7M5 ot bis wife Mr Bowling was seventy ifiSTJ five years of age and had lived here most Overdrafts unsecured 8 Ji03S34 Due from National Banks of his life an honorable honest upright Due from State Danlcs and citizsn He was postmaster for fourteen 7i79 M Bankers or fifteen years under Republican ad- Â¬ Banking House and Lot 300000 ministrations He leaves four sons Wil- Â¬ U S Bonds oooo v 38i6j3 liam John Dick and Ed and several Other Stocks and Bonis i 161500 grandchildren and two great grandchil- Â¬ Specfe 773 77 3J577 dren He had no enemies but scores of Currency friends 900000 Furniture and Fixtu es r 353S Tho Brandenburg mill is running day Debts In Suit ifii 39 and night The farmers that come with Protest Aect i 338643 98 their wheat and corn bring custom and LIABILITIES trade to the merchants To see the t 45100x0 wegons rolling in to hear the buzz of the Capital Stock paid in Incash 1000000 mill reminds me of busy days here when Surplus Fund 79659 Undivided Profits Mr A J Alexander ran his flouring mill Due Deposltoreasfollowsvk t present one stands Deposits subject to check on just about where the i which Interest Is not paid i 8177313 and which burnt down But there Is no such string of wagons no such rush of Time Certificates ol Deposit on which 3 percent Inter people as then during the busy season 8769704 I747M7 est Is paid I havo often seen the road so crowded Unpaid Dividends Dividend one could scarcely pass Let us hope 180400 4 per cent declared today this new enterprise nlay bring days of Funds to pay Taxes 473Auld langsyne 38643 9 Mr Henry Ackiey who is a cousin of State or kntvckv Mrs J F Woolfolk who was a daughter county oi urccacwuKc of the Hon 0 0 Richardson deceased A B Sklllman Cashier ofjlhe Breckinridge died at his Borne Granville Ohio July Bank a Bank located and doing builueis on Wall of Cloverport In said county street In 14 of heart trouble Mr Ackiey visited being duly the city says that the foregqlng report Is sworn bis Richardson relatives in Meade coun- Â¬ In all respects a true statement of the condition of ty during the G A R encampment in the said Bank at the close of business on the 30th 1805 at Louisville lie was a most pleas- Â¬ day of June 1897 to the best of his knowledge and of said ant well Informed gentlemanly man and belief and further says that th business named Bank has been transacted at the location one who was calculated to make and and not elsewhere and that the above report Is keep friends wherever formed His rel- Â¬ made in compliance with an official notice received atives hero enjoyed his all too brief visit from the Secretary of State designating the 30th Mr Ackleys mother is still living at the day of June 1897 as the day en which such report shall be made age of 02 and is a well preserved sprightA B Skillman Cashier ly woman for her advanced age Besides W 11 llOWWKK Director F N DHur mother he leaves a wife son his J T Skillman and daughter before me by A B Subscribed and sworn to Every social item especially of a per Â¬ SkOtman Caiherlhe and day or July 1897 Chas B Skillman N P B C sonal nature Is welcomed to this sanc- Â¬ Commlisbn expires Jan 16U1 1900 tum We wish all items of interest and never intentionally slight anyone Even QUARTERLY REPORT bad I an enemy anything of personal Interest concerning him or her would be OFTHE gladly published I am not running this column on individual grounds but for the public Difference in political or re- Â¬ BANK OF HARDINSBURG ligious views of Individuals has no weight and is not considered in a social or per- Â¬ HARDINSBURG KY sonal column us every fair minded rea- Â¬ sonable person will know Leave or send At the Close of Business on the 30th day all Items of Interest and rest assured I Of June 1807 will gladly publish them I am respon- Â¬ sible for my own views as expressed In this department and shall always express RESOURCES them fearlessly on any leading issue that may present Itself But social and per- Â¬ Loans and Discounts less loans to Director I 11037488 sonal occurrences are not my property Soooco Loans to Directors they belong to tho public i7 96 Overdrafts unsecured nlanmliniui MOuD Straw Hats Cut to One -- Half a Former price -- thatlds 36 00 HATS GO AT 95 HATS GO AT 60 HATS GO AT J 50 35 25 m - VEST J - m m f JkA y - - - Â¬ - You Like to Deal nt a Grocery house whero things look ncrtt and clean wjiero the clorks are polite and obliging whero deliveries aro made on time above allwhere you know you aro getting tho best in the market at the fairest of prices Thats the sort of house we keep Call and bo uro of it 1 Nothing but the Purest Prices tho lowest and Freshest Groceries We are anxious to please Â¬ Gregory Gibson VTMl gl LJIlegSltegBM aVaSvaVjL Come Cloverport Ky First i Plrt AT Served STQBiJ TAB GLIPTON MI ttS I Mrs Ida McMillen MrOIeadors daugh- Â¬ Tmm i im jEff UWtwf itlu t rd ter ia with her The smaller pupils are anxjous to be gin their muslolessons I love to begin with them at an early age before society has any clatms upon their time and when they are willing to practice exer- Â¬ cises alono Mlsa Elsie Yeakel Is an accomplished younrr violinist from Louisville and is delighting social circles with herbrllllaot performance accompanied by our 6wn accomplished pfanoist Mrs D MDun can Mrs Harriet Powell who broke both ankle bones of the left limb a week ago has suffered a good deal and is still suffering Iter age will cause tho bones to be longor in knitting but we trust ulti Â¬ mate recovery Teachers Institute noxt Monday Aug- Â¬ Prof McIIenry Rhodes will ust 2nd conduct It On Thursday night there will be an address by him recitations and inusio We hope our adjointng county friends wjll attend It will be a pleasant Instructive affair In your locals of last iesae you say Have you read Oholr JuvMbW by Da Oh Mawfer It k said tab Am dont say thai lofsly yged waailc was wrMoa Vy a Fienehito nt qwa Jawos Ijum Allen Km by UMt of wfcosa w are jaroud Mr piHy fhvti opt ol owr etafer at town fey V In Fonkvtyte He bora but week on a yWt tovbJBraoto Our editor bat roqittoWd him to b one Â¬ Loving Knows a Good Thing When He Sees It The Brecicknuidok News was free White and twenty one last Wednesday Brothers John D and V G Babbage have one of tho very best weekly news- Â¬ papers In Kentucky and heres hoping that they may live to celebrate their golden wedding The Elkton Semi Weekly Progress Due from N atlonal Banks Banking House and Lot Other Real state Other Stocks and Bonds Specie Currency and Exchange for Clearing Furniture and Fixtures 186690a 300000 61346 A New Broom Sweeps Clean r 3973io 1050343 100000 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in In Cash Undivided fronts Deposits subject to check on l5o77 I 1500000 S7 They ysby and wq have swept High Prices out of existence V G BABBAGE Assignee 6 J Democratic and Fopnliit Committees The members of the Democratic and 1 150470 77 Populist Executive Committees of Breck Â¬ STAtaof KanTVCKV enridge County are hereby notified to County ol Breckenrl dge meet in joint assembly at 1 oclock in a M 1L Hi ard Cashier p flank if llardlnilwr Hardlnsburg at tho court house on Bank located and doing business in the town rf Thursday the 12th day of August 1817 Ita dinsburg In said county being duy worn The members of each committee are re- Â¬ says that ho foregoing report is In all respect a true statemrnt of the condition of the said Hank at quested to attend without fall the close ofluslntu cm the joih day of Juno 1897 Mike Miller Ip tkelxtolhIsUowldt andUlUf j and further Chajn D E Cora says that the business of slid Bank ha been tran R II MoMullen acted at thelocalan named and nor elsewhere I Time Certificates of Deposit on which percent later 6464164 i1St991t est Is paid whlchntcreitsnotraiJ4 54575 1sVaVaaVVtVtVSJka 0 i ll getting in some giotl work ilieoe daya and you should b prepared o protect youree H Irotn hk cctvtiifrg rays for htt tlma and th weather raa say JwU wiU b wiUi as ht cook mryoi In life rnil4l tMyro not clad In our Tri 2ajisaBaaTak Old Sol Wearing Apparel ChaaB P E Claude Never XotUa Com Becy D E Com To all those who have not tk Inci Â¬ 0 WJSA dental expense tax for DMrlet No 1 wiU Sueci4Vsd aad swo ra to before ne by K JJ pay Floats eoaM forward Beard Mm end Oaf of July v pJl and that the above report Is mars In compliance f from the Secretary with an official notice reef ol Stale designating me join nay 01 June 1197 as he day on wMch such report 4haJt b made W II Bxaso Cashier kFHx Au Directors Metaxit KsKRlDCx 1 Cool Summer further mUm ad wUkt wavawytWtUldWrabUwy Summer Dry Gooda and Press Goods Un derwear snoes ana upprs I Light Summer Suits Straw Hats Pfcrasols Vornahnp ia WrglvK aWtgaiM my dayup oojnJortably tor taksetoAtUniyM iissMmt misfit hi ar MlBuiaui ei j N NICAOAMAN aTaataBU XfKILLlAl CkfkBCC DC yraANKH0Aa laWIBsW - m freak ctata CSaauaawe a a sail k W eHiTpruaJirihs4 bjmm m abort swd mlkmu I frit aoid to tM Mm hard tlma and hot too rortbereaoVt OfefceMewe Ouloiea ever re Tbeaa www pat m lb Ib kskitAWl ttM Jv W E BROWN irvinoton sMSfiStaMMSSieiillllltiliiPIHil K- - - 0ML BimnKKNRfiDQm NEWS OKOYBRPORT KY JOLLY STATION Breckehridge f News 28 1867 It taWftlKWAY JULY Ql S0 CQHIT7 E0AB1 1 m an I 9xrnt CommentTl RyourfiriiidanburCorrut6nlent Editor of Ihe BRBCKENftiDac Nbws ltoadd form the greatest element in the advancement of a nation and while railways have somewhat superseded them yet roads retain their importance as their auxiliaries for were It not for the highways railroads would be ue less The greatest constrncters of roads in ancient and modern time wore tho Romans who regarded them as of the most vital Importance The solidity of construction of some ot Iheir roads is demonstrated by the fact that some of their roads have been in constant use for about two thousand ytare and it seems that as civilization increased the quality of public highways decreased We have in our county possibly more miles of railway than any county in the state and yet our public rords are in such a condition as to render them in some cases at leaet dangerous Why is his so It is due solely and entirely to the manner in which they are repaired or rather not repaired We have been living under the present System of working roads for years and years and when a new road is opened to the public as so many have been since the advent of railways In our county they are left alone until they become almost impassable Since then it has been demonstrated that we cannot have good roads under the present system Why not toy some othbr plan A good business man finding his business depreciating would endeavor to ascertain the cause and having found it would remedy tho matter Why not then look at this matter from a business point of view and try and discover some way whereby we may all be benefitted A good road upon which we might travel as well in winter as in summer would not only be a pleasure and a con- Â¬ venience but would also enhance the value of property adjacent to it It Would save many precious momenta of a farmers time in going to and fro it would save many precious dollars bo they gold or silver of a farmers money in the wear and tear of his animals and vehicles to say nothing of the saving of a mans religion when he is hopeless- Â¬ ly stalled in a mud hole or gazjs upon the broken spring of his buggy as ho has Inadvertently driven over a boulder in his path This subject is vastly more important to us than those that have occupied the public mind for the past year or so and it is time wo were awakening to the fact that unless som cthing is done to im- Â¬ prove the condition of our highways we Bhall bo left far behind in the advancement of prosperity and civiliza- Â¬ A Farmer tion hli thai grand musical old man o M Ih Ilia eighties and yet Is evl Jftittrjrot the opinion thai he to in the tyUm prime of life and tlio fount of nnpiratioa Hill Hows fn his soul for he given to us that delightful opera int Octogenarians need notlmng- k themselves ancient K Stkt ngllh papers are loud la praise Jam Laue Allens Choir Invisible it would have pleased them had British brain produced the flae of love of human passion ITati ttlAM arrr1 ttttvian frtWttnrfa y can no longer be said to have no turn Henry Taylor Noel is another tSS added to Kentucky novelists at the 1 11 TAh Pn Tm 1ttl OfT aiioui auuu xuauii Madison Cawein Their stories are 5nd Wje iumnn with no extra ordinary plot x inelo draiuatlc incident bit simply et stories of existence woven into a jri3 with the skill of a master fjraoiMice A - of Debs co oneratlve Com onwcalth reminds me that without lourish of trumpet a somewhat similar movement has been started in Aluscbeee county Georgia- called the Christian I Commonwealth A thousand acres of land were purchased and saw mills cot ton factories woolen factories railroads canals will be built It is an education-i- al nnd religious society Like Mr Debs jlt proposes to branch out from the first pcolony and start branch colonies If I mistake not that upon a different basis this has been tried before The medirc- vat monastery work in Europe which eared the forests drained tho swamps Ned the land and prepared the Tvny for ties Whether It will work in Georgia not remains to be seen but a great ml of economic complication will be countered - 4nalflne f Stands at the Head Bogel the leading druggist of ireveport La says Dr Kings New lscovery is the only thing that cures my ough and it is the best bo1Iq I have F Campbell merchant of Safford Vriz writes Dr Kings New DIscov ry is all that is claimed for it it never tils and is a sure cure for Consumption j oughs and Cold I cannot say enough tfr its merits Dr Kings New Discov- lor uonsumpuon uougiis anu uoiaa I not an experiment It has been tried of a century and to day Stands at tho head It never disappoints RJreo trial bottles at A R Fishers Drug Vug J riarter ctore A Wheel Devil From The Medical Record Another note of warning has been ounded in regard to the possible evils fof cycling Under the somewhat ambl- guons title of The Hidden Dangers of Cycling an alarmist article recently appeared in the National Review point ie out some of the risks of injury to ealtu to which bicyclists are liable and torkly hinting at others likely to be ucurred The hidden dangers cf the jxercise in the opinion of Dr Sbadwell lireaten women and moro particularly fonng women and tho prediction is made that in the course of a year or two J quite a different story will be heard xmcerning the health giving properties f cycling A few cases of serious break Â¬ t i down that came under the authors notice aro citdd ono of a girl who devel- Â¬ oped exophthalmic goitre as the result iol a long rldeand which become chronic FBat the complaints to which the writer Appendicitis and internal inflammation are also laid tohe charge of the wheel 7ktn tltt UAWAil Hw VU11 w n the National Review chiefly wishes to draw attention are the various forms of sill defined nervous effects resulting from uveu a moderate use of the bicycle The contention is made that the harmful ineas of the exercise does not consist so much in excess as in the Btrain on the nervous system The proposition is laid down that overexertion is quite inadequate to explain the effects from The symp-t which many cyclists sutler essentially nervous and point toms are Kto a corebial and not a muscular origin The theory brought forward as to the cause ia not the saddle tbeyibration or mechanical defects of the machine but its Instability and the constant strainÂ¬ an upright posi fc Required to keep it in IK Shadwell holds-- that this tion incessant tension is that which tells ww Olovebiort Ky July 17r Editor of Kindly allow me Bbbckenbidok Nkws the space for the following Is it any surprise that tiie farmers in Hancock and Ohio counties who in past years have sold and spent the products of their farms in Cloverport are to day drifting away from here Whon we consider for a moment the cause it is no wonder for no doubt they are justified in the action In the first place there is not a town in the state that takes so little Interest in the high Â¬ ways that enter the town Our mer- Â¬ chants should act It may be wise in making an effort to get better roads thinking that the peoplo have to come which in the past may have been right for then they had no railroads or opposi- Â¬ tion ttore at that time while to day we find them dotted at evor cross road and cause for same was poor condition of roads How many farmers can come to town with a load soyen months out of twelve So store after store start Our trado is going from us day by day for the want of a way to get here Now let tbe business men make a grand offer in behalf of good roads and cheap market Cloverport can again call he trade of the adjoining counties her own What we want is roads good roads and plenty of roads Fault Finder You may hunt the world over and you will not find another medicine equal to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di Â¬ arrhoea Remedy for bowel complaints It is pleasant safe and reliable For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman Stephensport Batter Than the Name Turkish baths strange to say or what wo know by that name aro un Â¬ known in Turkey whilo in Austria they are called Roman baths In Ger- Â¬ many with their accustomed vorbal ac curacy they call tho same thing Let us dampfbod hope theso Gorman baths aro not jeally as bad as they call thom Exchange Â¬ SewctMH Ts Kbjw It may be worth something to know tbat the very beet medicine for restoring ithe tired out nnrvotw tyte to a heal thy vIof i Kiwtric BiMws purely vegetable aets by giving tone to tbennm eeiitres In tbewoinacn awntly ttitnulntw the Liver and Kidneys organs in throwing off Im- knad aids Mirittea in the Mood Ekctrlc Hitters fiMnrove the HlHWtlte aid dlfMUon and Fl prononnoodby those who have tried very went uioou punuer Ht as l hierve ionic Try it Sold for 50c or Miers urug 00 pr bottle at A It Thereteatlm for every thing and the time to attend to a cold la when it starts tM Carethe greatest iwmdy Minute for coughs colds croup bronchitis and all throat an lung troubles Shet A Hay SoMcrtlT Toat wait until you haye raptlon but prevent it by using con One Cei day iltHAMjK nl yon llIwri wit MANI llr BT Wo are having nice cool weather now I k Mill IS ami hr WI nwk cuetuu pato to tiicuias up v a which we enjoy after so much warm weather A The funorat of little Isabol Lyons was V lYrcachod Inst Sunday at Clover Creek ALL K church DRlrMl5T5i Miss Mafgte Baker of Hardinshurg Office m fith SfrCmiltaR M 1 1RUV IITf T T finif IVFBKn nn r eitMI Cittirtb tr he Uttl Htm I and Mies Rettle Lawson of Haweavllle nBDUWUlliUl UURAWIfi5UtlTfrTkiortrlpbolfitMjBtirlrHft f4M4 hookMrra M RTKRMNfl RIMKBI CO CtilrtKtMoatrtilCaorKn Tert tlti visited Misses Nelson Jolly a few days Dentlitrj In alt lis Brunches praetloed and lust week all operation performed In the milt iklllfal Mr Granville Wilson is very sick yet manner at price to inlt the timet A Royal Siinollnr Diary Hie Xnekjr Number but wo think ho will get better row as W A Baillie Grohmou writes an Crown and Bridge Work a tpeclstty That Boat said tho old vossol own he has another fine boy at his hcuso Teeth artlcl6 on Sports In tho Sovontocnth er I bought on Friday the thirteenth extracted Poiitlvel Without Pain which they are very proud of T rContnry for Tho Century Mr Dalllio day of tho month and in tho dark of f rn Wo think tbero are going to be several Grohman speaking of some of tho old the moon Sbo was as sliok a craft as Mflkt Complete BoHtal Koetiwfel GUARANTEED TO CURE weddings in this neighborhood soon as records of tho chaso saysi you over sco and without a weak rpot In JfaHthern IniilgiMM CHILLS AND FEVER One of tho most interesting records in her I mado a payment down of 10 somo young ladles we know are laboring And Malaria In all Formi Taateless Nose i of this kind is a maunscript folio vol- - 000 and iho first crow I put on hor con very hard making carpets this warm genuine without the abore picture atul tbo signature of J O MendenhaU SPECIAL LOW SATIS ulno of 870 pages gorgeously bound in sisted of just 13 men Tho only pot they weather green elvet with solid gold olasps had aboard was a green eyed black cafrsV Prlco 50 cents at all Dealers The hardest rain that over fell in this PREPARED ONLY BY which is tho list of game limited and that slept in daytimo and toro around T viclnIly e11 hre shot by John Goorgo I elector of Sax tho rlggin at night O VIA THE A large new barn ony the foremost sportsman of his cen- Â¬ EVANSVILLE IND I loaded tho bargo at Grand Haven regular cloud tury It is supposed to bo mostly in his for Tonawanda with a cargo of green frame was blown down also a lot ot Sold by SHORT HAYNES own handwriting and forms ono of tho lumber Tho shovors began at 6 in tho fencing in this vicinity treasures of the royal library at Drcs tnornin and wero just 18 hours gottin is the order of the Thrashing wheat don From this pnnotiliously kept shoot- Â¬ her ready to olear Friday mornin At the Law Office of ing diary we learn that between July shd encountorod a foarful blow in up day and in this neighborhood is well by our noted club They 11 ldll and tho day pf hfs doath Jan per Lako Michigan Evory ono of tho represented TO 13 1060 this Nimrod and his suit orowof 13 was swept overboard ship are all very much taken up with the bagged 110000 hoad of game mado up and cargo being left to tho mercy of new thrashor it is a great improvement CliautauqHa Aaiemblrt of tho unprecedented total of 47330 red wind and waves Tho cat was tho only on tho old ono The members of tho IN IIAUDINSDUHO deer 31748 wild boars 103 boors 818 livin thing aboard Going August 2 to 23 Inclusive club aro good workers at the tablo wolves etc tho 30 beaver enumerated Tcrriblo wasnt it Return limit August 31 among tho smaller animals making np Might havo been worso Tho 13 peo- Â¬ You Iiittlaimpolla lud Annunl Con Â¬ tho balonco being perhaps tho most plo wero picked up alivo When tho HOW TO FIND OUT vention Yottnir Peoploa Chrlat interesting as showing tho provalcnco storm subsided wo found tho ship toss A Deed Mortgage or any writ Ian Union of an animal at present almost extlnot in around in a dead sea but not very Fill a bottle or common glass with ton instrument drawn Rent Going August 17 and 18 inclusive in Europe seriously damaged Tho cat was sittin urino and let it stand twenty four hours buy or sell a piece of land Thogrcatwoightof somoof tho stags on top of the dcckload washin his faco a sediment or settling indicates an un- Â¬ Return limit September 12 boars and boars brought to book by the and theres wasnt enough lumber lost healthy condition of Collections mado and remitt National Encampment Bona or Vet the kidneys When elector is as surprising as tho enormous to build a hencoop Sho mado that trip ances prompt eriina totals wo have given Today red deer and 60 othors without nn accident I urino stains linen it is evidence of kid- Â¬ Copying done on tbe Call Going September 8 and 0 inclusive Too frequent desire to stags of 300 pounds avoirdupois ore novcr allqwed hor to clear oxcopt on ney trouble graph the beet typo writer Return limit September 10 Â¬ urinate or pain in the back is also con- Â¬ with tho exception porhaps ot Hunga Friday tho crew remainin at 13 and in the world IlHffalo N Y O A II Kiicamp vincing proof that the kidneys and blad Â¬ rian red dcor considered unusually flno tho cat was tho mascot ment animals Indeed Scotch deer of that But ono night tho captain got smart der are out of order Going August 21 to 23 inclusive woight clean aro today next to un He loft the harbor before midnight on n ns WHAT TO MO known How much therefore must tho Thursday Ono of tho men had failed Return limit September 20 racu havo degenerated whon wo road of to appear nnd tho cat was foraging Hcunlon of Armyol Columbus There is comfort in tho knowledge so Good Neat Printing sportsman ashore Tho weather was flue no colli- Â¬ stags killed by tho nbovo Utit Virginia often expressed that Dr Kelmcrs scaling ovor 860 pounds avoirdupois and sion was reported bnt Ivo never heard Going September and 8 inclusive Is just as essential to Swamp Root tbe great kidney remedy hear that ho shot 4180 stags which from her since Detroit Free Press Return limit September 22 fulfils every wish in relieving pain in tho weighed over 450 pounds Tho antlers success In business Union Veteran Itcffion National theso animals wero in proportion to of The Yellow Boot In the Homo back kidneys liver bladder and every Kiicainpinontt as your rating with their bulk Evory Sportsman knows that Up to a few years ngo the yellow part of tho urinary passages It corrects Going September 21 and 22 inclu- Â¬ today red dcor antlers bearing moro bcot was unknown in England outsido inability to hold urine and scalding pain any of the mcrchan than 1 4 tines aro exceedingly rare How tho annual visit to tbo seaside nnd in parsing it or bad effect following use sive Return limit October 12 ono wishes oncsolf bnck in tho electors tilc agencies Write thero many peoplo would have been dis Â¬ For further information as to special days when ono hears of great heads posed to look upon it as tho uniform of of liquor wine or beer and overcomes us for prices and Rates and Limits for tho above occasions that unpleasant necessity of being com- Â¬ 80 tines and peruses bis summary with what is called in ouomatopoctio fashion and for occasions and points not men- Â¬ pelled to get up many times during tho according to which ho bagged 80 stags tho bonndcr All work samples But In this rospoct tioned herein consult Ticket Agents of 20 points and upward and 1785 deer again tbo leveling spirit of tbo age as- Â¬ night to urinate The mild and the ex- Â¬ guaranteed O S W Ry or address B of 14 points and upward serted itself Men are now occasionally traordinary effect of Swamp Root is soon scon walking through tho streets espo nr cursiHoucn realized It stands the highest for its Breckenridge News Jmect Feita In Hawaii oially whou spring comes with yollow wonderful cures ot the most distressing Genl Passenger Agent Few countries havo boon moro plagued boots who could not bo sot down by any cassee If you need medicine you should Cincinnati O SKBaxtx by tho importation of insect pests than enemy however malignant as bound- Â¬ havo tho best Sold by druggists price tho Hawaiian Islands and nono has ers benefited so greatly by tho introduction It was reserved however for Lord fifty cents and ono dollar You may RATES of species to destroy them Tho greatest Randolph Churchill to bring yollow have a sample bottle and pamplet both The most cenlrtllu located Hotel In tlweltu Ea2VPCH0AY harm was dono by scalo insects which boots into tho house of commons There sent free by mall Mention the Bbeck multiplied cnormoTtsly and spread nil was n visible shudder through tho houso enmdob Neks and rend your address to over tho islands To counteract theso of commons on tho historic ovonlng Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y pests coccinollideo vulgarly known ns whon Lord Randolph was observed The proprietors of this paper guarantee ladybirds were introduced into tho walking up tho floor with theso staring genuineness of this offer islands in 1800 and wero a completo appalling yellow boots on Nobody had tho Â¬ success They becamo perfectly naturalever seen such a thing before It was ized increased prodigiously for a timo observed that tbo lato speaker who had almost cleared tho trees and then as a very Btately flguro and was very roso 10WIME MAIET REPORTS their prey became comparatively scarco luto in upholding tbo dignity of tho -decreased in numbers only to reappear house of commons it was observed that iwoikwa Liii when tho plagno returned somo timo tho speaker turned away his eyes as nftorwardinjtho island of Kanui Tho though hn would at least appear not to LOUISVILLE ET July 17 187t fruit trws on this island enpccially tho sco this horror and profanation But n iii in lii lMn i Mm llil li Till 1 wi mm iniiiini Shippers ihould mark all ptokagu plainly orange and limo wero in a most do once tho daring oxamplo was given tho with ihlpperi aim and poit oOo addreu plorublo condition from the attacks of revolutionary movement at work do aphis and soales Very few ladybirds olarod itself openly Now it is quite a BUTTER could bo scon but in a few weeks they common sight tho moment tho flno Cnolo country 6 Q 10 7 8 swarmed and in six months timo tho weather comes to sco the yellow boot Medium Creamery - 0 11 infested trees wero all in perfect Cond- Â¬ Harpers Magazine Baaa ition full of fruit and flower The rea Â¬ Prna Onr Nation Wealth In Gold Dollarf son why the imported beneficial insects bi IKATUERS havo dono so much good in Hawaii Tho wealthiest nation of tho world is 31 whilo clsowhero their success has been the United States Tho census of 1800 Prime white goie 12 20 Mixed less markod is that tho remote portions shows tho true valuation or fair selling Old SO 28 00 of tho islands and tho consequently price of tho real and personal property No 1 duok m 2i limited fauna havo given free scope for of the country to bo 106037001107 POULTRY Now It is an increase of over 40 por cent on Hem per lb increase to tho now arrivals 6i 85 v York Sun tho valuation of tho provlons decado Spring Chlckeni per doe 8 7 Duckapertb and is about six times tho value of tho Qtttt per doi 100 Mlncllng With Strong en money of the cntiro world Tho mind POTATOES The effect of mingling with now peo Â¬ cannot grasp tho meaning of such fig- Â¬ 1 501 75 per plo who havo now methods of thought ures without graphio illustration This Irlih La barrel new 2 50 3 00 Now is very salutary Alwuya to sco tho amount in gold dollars would load 123 76 Sweet poUtooi per bbl samo peoplo do tho samo things fool tho 670 carts oaph carrying a ton If 3000 From ttore 2 to 6 oU higher samo way produces a stagnant condi- Â¬ gold dollars wore piled ono on tbo other Nary Beam per buihel ROOTS tion of tho mind and heart that is very thoy wouldform a stack throofoet high 2 75 240 distressing to behold Thero are thou Â¬ Make similar piles oloso togotber till a Qlnteng 31 20 sands of invalids who might bo greatly wall of gold one mile long and worth Senlea Snak Pink UK benefited by getting away from homo 21 this Yellow 20 280403000 is formed Iucreaso 6 if only for a short timo to minglo withÂ¬ wall to 38 milos and tbo amount Wild Ginger 5 Lady Slipper strangers and bo touched with tho mag would represent our national wealth May 2H BOOS KEEPINa S10ET EAND TELEQEAPEY PENMANS1IP STG netism of tho great world as it courses Placed side by side tho coins would BloodApple IK in its accustomed rounds And there are form a carpet of gold covering flvo FIELD SEEDS mental and moral invalids who need square miles William George Jordan Timothy per tmihe 140 tho same change to get their heart and in Ladies Homo Journal Cloyor per buihel 4 60 S 00 Orimion Clover per buihel mind enlarged and let in a little moro SO Red Top pu buihel of the great light of life Outsido in Â¬ A TurkUh Drlde Who desires to better bis or her coalition ia life shomld write for 1 50 Orohard Qraii per buihel fluences are very valuable to thoso who Richard Davey in his book Tho Blue Grin fanoy per buihel 1 60 tbe OataloiBe of tae at homo have been woll trained by Sultan and His Subjects thus de Â¬ Blue Oraii extra per buihel 2 50 healthful influences in early youth so scribes the appearance of a Turkish Onion Seti Yellow per buihel i 3 50 White No 400 THIHD BTBBET IOOI8VIIIiB KY they can avoid tho snares and pitfalls bride SIDES into whioh somo so often blindly fall The bride whom wo will call Gul Green rood 8Jf 3 t True Flag Hannm or the Lady Rose is dressed Dry Salt good 11M II in tiro most elaborate Parisian bridal Dry flint good 15 GS iX The Daniel Parrot 60 15 Sheep ikin costume with an immense loug train that died in a wreath of orango flowers at her hoad The Daniels parrot WOOL St Jofansbury Vt tho other day was and a pink veil reaching to the ground 31 25 Tub weihed 16 Q 16 O re tie fine 61 years old Ifo was taken from the Sho sits like a statuoonasortpf throne GO H seat when very young and lived for 14 placed at tho farther end of tho apart- Barry 3 BUok years on tho Isthmus of Panama For ment boneath a canopy composed of Barry and CuU 8Q H seven years ho was with tho Spaniards garlands of artificial roses We fully realize your thoughts when the idea of MISCELLANEOUS All tbe in Mexico on a cattlo ranch and spoke ladies ot her family and acquaintances Tallow 3 IS2 having dental work done comes but nevertheless 1 1 yuara on a Beeewax Spanish well no spent aro present some fow of the older in Sorghum Molauei 16 26 they must have attention and the sooner the bcttjer steamboat crossing tho Gulf of Mexico tho beautiful oriental costumes of a by three years with the Win family in St genu timo tbe rest in badly chosen Eu Â¬ We are prepared to do your work with a guarantee Johnsbury and for tbo last 15 years ropean evening dresses and blazing with to five satisfaction nt excppilinrrlv Inw nrirps family who rccoived with tho Daniels all tbe Jewelry they can load upon their We will be at Irvington on Wednesday and Thursday after the- an offer of 45 for him six years ago persons from the managers of Barnuma circus fourth Monday of each month It is to your interest to consult us During a tldrd of a century He laughed and scorned very bright al Coadttent New has never foiled to drive out jHOMt to tbo timo of his doath WILDER Brandenburg Ky HARDIN Mrs Duckloy is very mnoh afraid all blood impurities York Tribune of germs HI tm aWl HDV cathartic n DR XENDENHALLS IMPROVED Mrs Molllo DeJarnette and daughter Lusy were visiting Mrs Don Rush Sun Â¬ never DO YOU a trlpt TRAVEL Arayougelnv to Uke inlTf from or JMendnenra f JNrrTinta MI XiMlnn Whr not jre Do yon awaeaew- - GUL AND MM CUE ir IMMAlX KH HtlpthfttbMdacbVicnrwthfttnrn eemslrkllrfe br the or thfi Inhaler the ereatet t ami prorcntatlre 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Dorothy Yaohtsanan I Mippose M IWMNUBS tory On MtynVs On MS SM 111 Utty why Jack Ko clergyman Kew York rithtaiaifc qilnttfior throat and hing toonblaa a good rooting iinytirion Tint as afconktat I mi him to rontinf for wnr TIm bttor atmoapbere aad wianiag Short A Hanot IH IndUnapolia Journal ol mn urf knit a the MveWd Knnh U tk snlnbnta nvoonend in lae earn do The ilagfUh in1 hi MpoitM In Qiw any wham M nothing IHaiUnaaa Caaearata Otndjr Caitwrtie tka Most jwn and it fa natal yrineinftlb in Mm ntttvation blood ia atirrad to qnlelmr pulai irtui meiuoBi aiacovnry oi w My dnar sir yon boons am in otttfmot irrtb Imp laaa with bw ambition nut ak ana Mfraahlm M tan trigntfal disorder Boat yon hnyn to nktodtnd in the nost mind wanry M nad uoalttTtiy onHdMys liver aad rtaartsum thn wUn Vatem dUjx make up a deficit smnaHmntf Man than SM0 paopn earn n living fikorUla YonennMt aSnrd to nfVt rwrar mbimuu nan is Ok van aometiawt Ink tknm In Paris by tarrnne telling and their -- I Plata buy and to n I in u narnl n snnrtn total itnrly earnings ir Mtiauited at it nVtttnatfoUl fOt WUHHMH WWBH SHPI hi July 9Mb XxefeMfcm J tickte al I wavn bt retired business man friends A man ia lucky to havo gcod faith fsl frlendd said tbo listener It wasnt luck I picked them out at tho ball games the I owo to my Always bolls tho water oven that which sho uses for washing her faco and hands Indeed But I noticed today when sho paid her car faro that she had been carrying Cleveland her nickel in hor month Leader Yes The Time Tested merchants everywhere Certain cure for scrofula pimples boils in fact the time tested spring medicine Sold by druggists and SARSAPARILLA A MAN MADE MErotUTivmfci unn s For Family or Medical Use roir vrjiisri I make a specialty of Fine Apple Brandy guaranteed strictly urvauuneraii i us Hottnnf but sounu My urandy is nil wmnntetl n tubs not in cj rirns irwtc cisterns m that mean dkng flavor is not jjnwrotH of iqtroiucinr my gnoatt will make pto u 0 tABi rrsigaigng ip II M lnl trji3mjzsi 22iIHN8f kxt laaiTaan Mnao Taili a lit7hM faaJFelTafaa ele aOQn in i Alu mirlfcefcllIa Mm aawilM Tka bt 19 Sam mmi JLomiait and wII ear raaJfa aHea Ma 1 Bw aflMi awtrealiiia t Bt an aae ay i eaea eaea av iBHatttEe ihmTi rriea ajv wabnii frals ka tfaTttmtawali lor uo TB yv ayaaeaapeieaar MMajnFaanMn faeeaiir aataU nray mn MMaaecaamaaa aaa oaaeiHaMMai it 5aai3tr nTWllJU StfaV rtU - H on rr OgflOQO ftar ftkarl nla laa Haraie rmss I 27Iia7 llvrr nr Urugglela VU Ubu four cation pneknann ot oods eoo gnllon f rx bt AH pnckagJ n-o- off good T W Mttlnd an4 ihinpnu on snort notice nut U 4 Pt 3 M SMITH Andyvillej - lialfcf lrrl aTfll Ai Eut A- - BEtttKRIDGE NEWS 1897 i 13 j Pdvoered laaldiii AJI forgMiKf Ct rhruir abiding three Greatest oth EterlltrnfC Holy blessed Charity May ll natkms m j - T k 9 WKDEftSDAY JULY 25 Farm and Garden jj 5 lamblinf Thought ly ftJ p C rouroMatloni 1 v Mm h r r l 15 D - -- wntcj Kansas City Motitatu Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Hue Floor vn and Fovor Curo a good soller in tho past Information Given by It W Wiley In et Treatment of tfnrlfto Honey Advised fcr oJ C V Hidfint ing and Celling Wtathor Boarding Farmers Ilnlletln year having purchased three gross in Tollowlrlg nro oxtracts from n lottor Colorado Pacific Coast Blilnglcs Salt Limo Cemont Tho tlmo for harvesting varies la that limo It soema to give perfect sat Â¬ Deo Journal Laths Plaster Plastering isfaction as 1 have not heard of a single different localities In southern Cali- Â¬ written to Tho American bco man On n Hair Plow Handles Utah Washington Omaha complaint though I have sold it under fornia tho beets planted in February nro- by a woll known Illinois ready for harvesting in August In contopio of common interest to beekeep Â¬ Bricks Etc ft strict guarantee as directod by you oral it may bo said that beets planted ers Mr Dadant writes St Paul Nebraska Respectfully L F Quinn the first week in May will bo ready for Estimates FaraMml Hr BHHtNafe and Tho fuct that bees are capping a If a man commit a crime bj given a Short Haynes harvestlug about tho 1st of October comb of honey docs not mean that tho iHlWsf Material fair trial be found guilty and con- Â¬ Harvesting shonld bo postponed to as bonoy Is sufficiently ripe Black Hills I have often BALLS IDEA OF LIFS lute- n dato as possible provided tho demned what becomes of htm lie soen hoiley work or ferment in such a VIA beets are in no dangor of a second goos to prison and works out his sen AJ tence And then He Is guiltless in the Spent 25 cents a Say Saved 100- - growth and are not cxposod to a freez Â¬ way as to burst tho capping of tbo -Tho loaves of tho comb This happons moro especially in ing temporaturo eyo of the law and he is as though ho 000 and Left His Honey to an ftcurWWtJ ripened beet chango from a rich to a hot and damp summers when it is very had done no wrong thlrg His retention oaatnty rjuruiPerwi VESTIIULED TRAINS yellowish green become drooping and difficult for the honey to ripen owing Adonted Son In prison has expiated his crimo ho is a or - sue T applied closely to tho earth and many to tho dampness of tho atmosphere In SLEEPERS DINING CMS pure member ot society But what says of them die Tho harvesting is easily an ordinary season honey may bo con- Â¬ cm itbm the JJew Yurk Sun society through you Tho answer by accomplished by first loosening tho beets sidered sufficiently ripened when it has CHAIR CARS 3ptes Tho funeral of Ezeklel Oromwell Ball deed is this The stain of that wrong in the soil and then removing them by been on tho hivo for a week or moro one of the oldest residents of Irvlngton hand For loosening tho beets thoro is Tho greatest trouble with unripo honey T M RUOQ TRAV PASSF AGENT ST LOUIS MO shall stay on him forever he shall be HOWARD CLLIOTTi OEN L MOR ST LOUIS MO N J was held on Sunday Ho was an apparatus sold as tho boot harvester comes from thatwhlch is daily added hampered in every way he shall be pre- Â¬ UW WAKCLCVQCNLPASSRAaTiSTLOUI8fMa vented from getting an honorable posi Â¬ born In IrvlrgVon sevcnty nlno years ago which can be used to advantage if tho to an unfinished sunor bv tho bcos and had lived in the village all his life rows nro quite straight and tho bcots of During tho flrsrt two or threo days af tor tion by meddlesome tongues reviying it is harvested clover or basawood honoy a uniform sizo By B 7 BEARD Prolldsnt the Btory ot tho past lie shall be tradedillgont work at the carpenters Having lifted tho bcots tho uoxt is usually so thin as to shako out of tho and putting into practlco a theory HAYNES Sold bv SHORT hounded by the voices of those who say Wlhh MltLIR VIw PrMtawt operation is removing tho necks This combs very roadily or oven to drip out M II BEARD CMfaler I am holier than thou ho Bhall be that no man ought to spend more than 25 is done by a largo knifo nnd tho top of if tho comb is upturned Such honoy mado to led that the world is too small a day for living expenses he accumulat- Â¬ tho boot or neck is cut off so as to re Â¬ will not do to extract unless it is after Â¬ Artificial Ear ed property worth oyer 100000 Most move with tho f p that portion of the ward ripouod artificially for him to hido himself and the grave The making of artificial cars seems to ayr beard i of this it is believed will go to George beet to which the stems of tho loaves Messrs Muth Son of Ohio who havo readied scientific perfection within two shallow to purify him MORRIS ESKRIDQX for the Dlrestor Wooley an adapted eon Balls wife havo been attached Tho object of re- Â¬ handle hundreds of barrels of honey ov- - the lastdecado Mado of a specially pro R M JOLLY stigmata of crime shall fasten even on his only child a daughter died long moving this portion of tho beet is to ery year teu us that thoy ripen their pared rubber flesh colored in tho rough and children after him honey by keeping it in open vessels ago and Howard Stlth another adopted provont tho mineral salts which havo thoy aro painted by band in exact imiINTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS after extracting in n warm and dry tation of the remaining car pf tho uu accumulated in large quantities thorcln son ran away If a man commits a sin and no one from entering tho factory Thcso min- room Thus it is quito likely that if fortunnto cusfbmor and as carefully knows it he is as pure as unsoiled snow eral Baits oxcrciso n deleterious influ- Â¬ tho supers nro taken off and placed touched and marked over as an artof where they can hnvo air and warmth ists picture in the eyes of tho world but if it bo Reasons Why Chamberlains Colic ence ol tho crystallization of tho sugar la jour health Tonrliapplnoaa la your alronttM They aro well fitted for feod or for fer- Â¬ the honey will thickon and becomo Keep tbo Hend nnd Throat clear and konltta Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy known though ho weep over it until Its and Vonr mind nnd hrnln M nlwnya at and eaao tilizing purposes and aro of moro value ripo but wo prefer to loavo such supers CUSaiMAVM MKNTlIorjfNHAIFKUth very substance is washed away by the It Will Surprise Ton is the Best crrateat relief to mankind In nil head troublea when left upon tho soil than when re- Â¬ on tho hive oven if wo havo to tier up iiUKES COTUa BOKB THKOtT CA flood of grief though ho spend his last In order to prove the great merit of 1 Because it affords almost instant moved to tho factory Tho neck is also to such an oxtent that it would becomo ofCntnrrli dla TAKKII Ha Thnt nwriil odor In May Co appeate BT effort to right a wrong yet in every relief in case of pain in tho ne Wonderful liar Ferernnd stomach much less rich in sugar than tho other necessary to prop up the hivo with Elys Cream Balm the most effective Aatluna ilr UTtNIV tlUSHHAKa li t Dmrtll a4 fr II Br If r caat neighborhood are those whoso memories colic and cholora morbus parts of tho root stakes or braces Not only would tho cure for Catarrh and Cold in tho Head Mill 0 fMt PraC rr llk m atfel frt CANNELTON IND a CIMIHC onto CO VIJCUIIKS UU V are long as death or whose hearts are Tho removal of tho tops of the beets bees ripen this honoy faster than can bo your druggists will supply a generous 10 2 Because it is the only remedy that hard as adamant whose cool calculating never fails In tho moBt severe cases of is a tedious process which hi Europe done artificially but thoro would bo al- Â¬ cent trial siz9 or wo will mail for 10 so tho advantage of tho super furnishing is performed by women and children ways save them from sin or whoso clever dysentery and diarrhoea cents Full size 50 cts In this country tho process of topping them additional space for honey as fast concealments savo them from discovery ELY BROS 50 Warren St N Y City 1 Because it la the only remedy that tho beets will provo much moro expen- Â¬ as tho quantity is lessened by evapora- Â¬ these Pharisees I say will summon will cure chronic diarrhoea Elys Cream Balm has completely sive than in Europe It is probable that tion Consequently wo would not start tho ghosts of a mans past from the grave 4 Because it is the only remedv that somo mechanical dovico will bo invent extracting until thero was absolutely no cured mo of catarrh when everything though it all bo buried deep beneath will prevent bilious colic room loft lor tbo bees to store honey or else failed ed by which tho beets can bo topped Many acquaintances have accumulated years of remorse and un so little that further delay would bo used it with excellent results Alfred 5 Because it is tho only remedy that So far as known ot the present timo happiness Like mythical ghouls and will cure epidemical dysentery likoly to induce them to swarm howovcr this process has not been sucW Stevens Cladwell Ohio aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaCTj9fflaUjfVnaaaP Thero aro several reasons why the real hyenas these lovers of carrion will G Because it is the only romedy that cessfully accomplished by machinery and tho topping must still bo dono by bees work bettor in an empty super dig till they And the treasure they seek can always be depended upon in cases Infection Maladlea In Italy of hand than in a full one that is provided tho the sin spot and they rejoice with bowl- Â¬ cholera infantum According to an eminent Itqlian hy When tho beets nro topped thoy aro combs aro already built Tho hivo be Â¬ ings that all the world can hear 7 Because it is the most prompt and thrown into piles and tho tops thrown ing less crowded they find tho placo to gienio expert official medical roturns Trains leavo Louisville as follows most reliable medicino in use for bowel over them as p protection from tho sun deposit their load much more readily show that in Italy 200000 persons die OSW If a life of probity be lived for 25 years complaints or frost until they can bo dolivorod to nnd thus loso less timo in hunting for every year from infectious that is B East St LouisRAILWAY Cinclnnati and the and the West empty cells Then thero is no need of from preventable maladies most of the factory Tho boets aro best dolivorod or more and the deeds of good be plenti- Â¬ 8 Because it produces no bad results Â¬ them being young tho hopo of famto tho factory in dump carts which per Â¬ building additional combs or whitening No o No 6 No 18 ful as grain in harvest time if the citadel 0 Because It is pleasant and safe to Lv Laulsvila a 35am 8 ajam 2 45pm or strctohing tho combs already built ilies Louisville Henderson St Louis Rj Co Ar Cincinnati mit of their quick unloading of character be held by keen conflict lake 603pm 645am 1155am But when one super is full and tho othAr Columbus 1115am 555pm irospm with evil until sorao weary moment of 10 Sutherland Eagle Eyo Salve is a fine Because it has saved the lives of 8 aspra Ar Pittsburg 7 jam Cottonaeed Ileal lor FertllUer er only ono story nbovo it thoro is but Ar Washington 650 am It soara sloth and evil then rush in through more people than any other medicine little timo lost and wo boliovo it is a creamy snow white ointment put up It is told in Tho Now England Homo Ar Ilahlmore 1 2opm Time Card in Effect June 20 97 7 50am some unguarded spot though only for a in tho world 10 15am Ar Philadelphia 3 40 pm stead that a Now Hampshire farmer has mistake to remove either beforo they are in air tight screw cap tubes and sold for Ar New York 55pm i3onn J 05pm few mouionts the world through the East Hound No 42 No 41 No 46 The 25 and 50a sizes for sale by A It proved beyond doubt that cottonseed well filled unless moro may bo procured 25c by all dealers It is known through- Â¬ Ar lloston 3 oopm 9 deeds of the world says that tho years Fisher Cloverport and It A Shellman meal is superior to phosphato as a fer- Â¬ or unless tho crop is at an end 16 has eleptnt Pullman llullet Parlor out the land as the bcBt and quickest Iv St Louis Nraln No 75utm 855pm Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and ft 50am When tbo crop is ended it takes but harmless cure for any form of sore eyes Bvansville 2 45im tilizer ou light warm soli Ho uses less of probity count for naught Thereafter Stcphensport dining cars Cincinnttl to Washington Ilaltimorc u Henderson 715 310 Z4n a very short time or tho last honey or granulated lids styes etc Scores of of tho meal than of phosphate in a drill 4 niiucuma unu ww i orK wiinout cnange the spot shall be larger than the charac- Â¬ bpottsville 7 3S 37 328 Train No iS has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Owenboro and lias raised from 200 to 800 bushols harvested to mature nnd wo mako it a people claim that it has 3 41 818 400 ter it is on the fragment be larger than Cincinnati and Pullman Drawintr room and dining Why The Chickens Died saved their 4 40 Hanesvflle U17 IKI of potatoes to tho aero and tho hoaviost point to begin tho extracting just as cars Cincinnati to New York without change Cloverport 9 45 610 503 the whole the five minutes of eyil blot From The Chritlin at Work Train No 30 has sleepers to Cincinnati open at crop of silo corn over grown in his soon as tho harvest coascs Thero aro eye sight Short Haynes 10 07 5 22 Stephensport 625 M out the whole memory of a quarter of a 9 oclock to receive passejigets 10 45 Irvmeton 613 657 A professor at one of our universities locality Mixed with hen manuro and seasons however liko tho present ono V Ilrandenburg 1112 017 H2i century of good An earthquake rends is thesubjactof St Louis Springfield and the West 1235pm 745 About 200 miles from Sydney is a Arr Louisville- 730 a queer anecdote Last ashes tbo meal has proved exccllont when the honey flow is so strong and No o No iS No 44 in a moment the works put up by a pa Â¬ winter ho was married so continuous that tho bees got over- Â¬ placo called Wiugen and in ono of tho when Feeding down and went house- Â¬ Lv Louisville a 35am No 41 No 43 No 458opm 833am West Hound crowded and the supers aro all filled mountains there is said to bo a coal tient process of accretion and there is keeping outside town Ar St 1 ouis 640pm Ijjonn g 7 isam This spring he long before tho end of tho crop Tho mino which has been burning for over Lv Louisville 40pm 823pm Ar Springfield Objection to Saohalloe 9 33am 70im 4 50pm 9 32 nothing then but dust and disaster where thought he would add few llrandenburg a 851 hens to his North Vernon accomodation leavea at 7 15 a m only remedy for such a stato of things is 100 years Somo of tho objections to saohaline as beauty stood before and so it is with stock ho already had n dog Irvington 9 52 0 43 dally 915 He set a a practical crop to grow aro given as to take the chances of a littlo unripo 9 51 Stephensport 7 2U 1021 Cnarlestown accommodation leavea at 5 30 p rn the dazed man who is the sufferer from couple of hens and in good 10 M rioverpott 1011 7 39 except Sunday Louisq of Bavaria is regarded timo had two follows in a bulletin from tho Michigan honey and relievo tho hivo of its load Princess 10 S5 llawesville 105S 804 Train Nos 16 30 and 44 haveefegaat day coaches the moral upheaval of bitterness and large broods of chickens Owensboro 1135 He was very station 1 It is more troublesome to beforo any timo is lost by tho bees or by the Euglish Jacobins off tho do jure Pullman parlor and sleeping cara to St Louis 95 1148 uncharity in a community One mo Â¬ proud of them 12 17pm 9 47 12 23am bpottsville TMAINS AKIUVE but in a week or so the start than otbor fodder crops 3 It wili boforo swarming preparations aro made queen of Great Britain being tho last 12 40 Henderson 12 5 1010 ment he rightly stands before them all fowls began to die From East 7 5 am la 15 noon 640 pm 10 40 Evansvllle 115 115 Tho professor call- Â¬ remain as a weed when the ground is When there is any doubt howovcr as lineal descendant of tho Stuarts ta 35 a m 3 ao a m 732 720 Arrbt Louis worthy of confidence and reccgnized as ed in a neighbor to look to ripcnesB of tho honoy it is well at tho chickens wanted for something else 8 It cannot to the From West 7 ac a m is 15 p m 6 40 p m follow the Muth method and keop it a power for good the next moment his and offer advice To cure chills and fever dont rack be cured and handled as hay 4 Tho through Soltd to Evansvllle City Ticket office southeast comer Fourth and All trains run They were certainly stems quickly becomo woody and unfit in open vessols in a hot dry place for a the system and shock tho nerves by Tlirouih parlor cars and Pullman sleeptre on nit Main streets Depot Seventh and river character lies bruised and mangled nev a dilapidated lot of chickens that the for feed G Tho yield is no greater than few weeks beforo attempting to put it Louis Kvantvllle traina netween and Louis For detail Information regarding rates time on er to be well again so lar as the Levltes neighbor viewed using medicines containing arsenic vjlle Numbers bt and 42 connect at Irvington for connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars 41 They were thin and that of corn and other crops moro easy on tho market eic Ilardinsburg daily except Sunday address and Fhariseet care never to live and apparently without It S nitOWN rrorcury or other dangerous drugs Dr Fordsvllle and ambition II C MOKDUE A G 1 A to manage District Pass Ticket Agent II O S W Uy move and have full being asjain unless The New Feed Stuff Bells Feppermint Chill Tonic is a Louisville Ky 4th and Main Louisville Ky What do you feed them asked tho some barred out Samaritan with good Â¬ neighbor The now corn product being talked guaranteed cure and it contains no kind or J H CHESSBROUCir Trough For Calves after brief survey General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio ness far excelling that ot these aloof A handy pen for feeding calves is a about is obtained by grinding corn- Â¬ of poison Children love it and it can O II WAIIKEL Aaslataqt Feed them responded the professor General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio great saving of timo and labor Tho stalks The pith of tho stalk is used for not hurt them Short Haynes ones comes to the rescue with sympathy as though he St L RYi Fordsvllle Branch- LH didnt hear right Why plan hero given of n drinking trough packing between the plates of ironclad and love I dont feed them anything I thought can hardly bo improved upon although warships Tho hard shell of tho stalks Men of Standing TIMETABLE No 10 the old henB had enough milk for it is nn old idea and has been tho sub- Â¬ after the pith is taken out is ground Who aro your leading citizens If a girl kept Intentionally ignorant of fliom ject of illustration in times past It into a fino powder It can bo bagged TAKING EFFEOT MAY 30 1897 usked tho man who was solicitherself by those who train her and who consists simply of n plank trough raised like oats or bran and will keep as well horo to a convenient drinkiug distanco from as any other ground feed Analysis ing for county histories know not the diflerence between IgnorÂ¬ WcstBoundTralnl East Bound Train 9100 Reward 100 Which asked tho farmer Dally Daily Dally Daily the floor with partitions in it Tho proves that it is richer in muscle makers ance and purity makes afauxjmt under ex Sun ex Sun The readers of this paper will be pleased stalls aro made from each partition STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun Your men of standing than tho wholo cornstalk and ozperi NoB Nol No 3 No the stress of feelings that she does not to learn that there is at Oh theres Bill Bright Abncr least one dread- Â¬ largo enough to admit tho calf without enco shows that stock will eat it up 10 50am Lv Irvlngton Ar 9 oOam understand and the pleadings of the man ed disease Safety clean Tho stations toll that a balanced Bruutwiatle and and oh a lot moro Garfield Comfort 1125 that science has been able to 8 00 who ought to be worthy of trust then cure all 11 40 7 42 Harned ration can bo readily mado up by mix- Â¬ of cm They dont do notbiu but stand in its stages and that is Catarrh 11 47 7 S7 Junction her own kith and kin too often turn on Halls Catarrh Indianap- Â¬ ing tho now feed stuff with oil meal or around tbo deepoo all day Ilardinsburg II 55 7 27 1210pm 717 Junction her like ravening beastdrivlng her out curo known to Curo is the only positive cottonseod meal A ton of tho ground olis Journal and 12 25 7 02 Kirk the medical fraternity stalks Will occupy but littlo moro spaoo into the world to further wrong doing 1235 Jolly 660 Catarrh being a constitutional disease 12 65 Glendeane n 030 Last summer one of our than a ton of onsilago Thero is author- Â¬ and certain destruction Upon her head 1 05 Dempster 6 20 requires a constitutional treatment ity for bolioving that this new feed stuff was sick with a severe bowel trou- Â¬ 120 arKallsttoughlv 80S fair and inexperienced are visited the 1 45 Dempster Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally 6 44 will havo some effeot in reducing tho ble nays Mrs E GQregoryFredericks sins of omission committed by those who 1 65 fi 88 Rockvale Fait Malt Line Between acting directly on the blood and mucous price of hay 2 05 town Mo Ruth 6 to Our doctors remedies bad raised no warning voice to tell ol tho 2 15 6S Aaklna surfaces of the system thereby destroy- Â¬ failed Barnyenl Manure then wo tried Chamberlains 2 30 Oaks DitiKKixa mouau fob calves pitfalls ot life 510 Louisville Evansville ing tho foundation of tho disease and allowing Mitchell Conclusions reached by n German au Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy it to turn around and aro 2 45pm ArFordsvilleLv 5 OOam giving the patient strength by building mado high enough to prevent thority aro that tbo manuro pilo must which gavo very Bpeedy relief stealing For STEAMERS If the All Father takes note of the fall up tho constitution and assisting nature from or interfering In any way with its bo carefully constructed and protected sale by A II Fisher Cloverport and It of a sparrow and tenderly bears with in doing Its work Louisville H endersonSt Louis RyUo from extremes of moisture and sun Â¬ A Shellman Stephensport E G EAGON The proprietors havo neighbor The auvantago of this ar Â¬ our misdeeds giving solace to tho so much faith in its P M Ryaa Matter W A BUhop Parw curative powers rangement is tho oalves do not have to shine It should bo kopt moist but not wot It is well to turn wounded spirit when even those who that they offer One Hundred Dollars for bo taught to driuk Tako them from it occasionally to tramp cattle in upon Welt Qualified TARASCON tho cow turn thom into should cherish it turn from it how grim Â¬ any case that it fails to curo it down and stall Send for in the milk and thoy tho soon put thus oxoludo excess of air When tho What mokes you think Smoothly 1b D L Peaoy Master L T Conner Puree will ly must He smilo when He sees little lists of testimonials learn Taking-- EUcct honp is completed it should bo covered un experienced fisherman to drink without aid Again it mites of humanity and frail as small Address FJ CHENEY Co Toledo O their suoking each othor afterproven ts with earth If thcso precautions aro ob Â¬ Because he is ono of tho most nat- Â¬ At 630 oelck A V Snndaj Uaj 30 1897 TELL OITY taking usurping tho power of God and dethron fiOTSold by Druggists 75c their milk for thoy can be left in tliolr served the uso of preservatives may be ural nnd artistic liars I have over had It II Ballard Master W B Newbell Purw ing Him to sit themselves in harsh unXatt Bound Train Wit Sound Train DotroitFroo stalls until tho tosto is out of their dispensed with Tho profitableness of tho pleasure of mooting forgiving unrelenting judgement on tho uso of tho latter in uuv caso is do Prew D STAGGS mouths A Fish with a 10 to 1 South 4T U 43 44 their fellows whose conditions of strops Mall Mall termiuod by their cost front The lUltimore Sun Mere Mention Dally except Saturday between LouIitIIW Buokleaa Arnica Salve Eiprs Kiprs STATIONS Bxpra Expr and temptation none but the All Wise A wonderful fish story comes from Stables of baled hay or straw havo and Hew Amsterdam A llant Murker Dally Dally Tub Bbst Salvk in tbo world for Cuts Dally Dally can know And those of us whose hearts Tort Tampa Fla been for several years in successful uso Freight shipped by this line delivered qulek It Is about a twelvo 4 0pm SOarr IvUan ptar 12 35pm 7 43pm 7 When a lurge plot of ground is to bo Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt ilheum Fe Â¬ have sorrowed and suffered whose feel foot shark which was er than by rail 7 48 Kentucky St 12 Zl 733 caught in the shal in tho west where lumber is scarce oiu sot with plants ut equal distances apart Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ 6 3f 818 ings have grown tender under afllction low water near West Point 11 C0m 665 Genuiuo locusts havo nrmenred in tho marker originally illustratod in tho ver Travelers will find the steamers are unnr the beach a short dis 8 21 6 40 1145 Howard 861 blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions wheso feet linger nearer and nearer the tance from Port Tampa 82 6 48 Willowdale 1185 passed in equipment and accoinBiodatiaM 645 Now York Tribune and iiero presented Ilia sharkship South Dakota 653 Hock Haven 1158 8 31 6 40 source of gentleness ami kindness meek Â¬ appeared to be sick The belt culinary are employed M eooki aad It is reported that Utah has n stato will bo found serviceable It is a oircu- - and poetively cures Files or no pay re- 600 Long U ranch 11 21 8 42 6 34 and was an easy quired lt is guaranteed to glye perfect 609 8 51 Brandenburg 1112 ness and peace have the growing senso victim The parties who he menu Is equal to that of the beat boteli 626 board of sericulture which distributes captured tho 1102 018 nuron 869 618 satisfaction or money refunded Price 020 Cleoeral offices 176 and 178 4th AveaM that much of tho evil in the world is prize noticed that his stomach was con- Â¬ silkworm eggs freo to residents of tho Ouston 907 I06J 610 Irvlngton 9S3 915 603 stato and tho stato payB a bounty of 25 25 cents per box Fob Salb v A R Louisville ion fostered and strengthened by those who siderably distended whllo 6 61 923 1037 Webster 660 the lower cents n pound on cocoons produced in G60 Fisher 9 31 1021 Lodiburir D L PENNY falsely conclude themselves to bo good portion of his body 642 W W IIITK 10 M and tail wore quito the stato 707 032 Fierce 6S 4 barring as they do their sacro sanct man- Â¬ thin Tliess facts esclted to Supt Sample 0 43 712 1015 630 rwt dissect it Stephensport U61 720 1007 North Dakota requires all livo stock 622 The Compoute O V Whaums T P A ners tho way of hope and life and labor Upon opening his stomach a small Addison 960 1002 618 pork shipped through that stuto to bo accom 721 Sou thorn countries aro usually ad 9 69 U6U Hot 615 Owonsborp Kj and liappinrsa to the sinner who sorrows barrel with one head knocked out was panied by a TS9 Cloverport certificate of health 945 603 vanced iu cruel and novol methods of 7 43 1011 and would do better The wondering found Tho mouth of tho barrel was tho state veterinarian of tho stato from Shops 1014 9 40 i CO from punishment Puorto Rico has ono which 764 1025 Sklllman 4 49 927 one grows hardened at exposure callous pointing upward towards the fishes which tliey came 1085 llawesville 4 40 is known as tho compoute 1043 90 letrle gain of tho race once honored 433 to the throat and wus literally filled with dead The Arizona station is conducting It consists iu beating tho individual 818 10 49 9 03 Falcon A UOHKkMDK PLANT itH 10 68 827 Lewlsport lerce is enmity to society and so on fish but they could not be digested Qxpcriraouts with sugar boots with co lar rim of wood cut fromUARKER wood with a mauate until ho faints Some B64 419 n Wa ltrhan 8 47 43 times however it is carried out to the 883 1106 bad to worse until the end confirms hence the shark was literally starving ojxirativo experiments throughout tho board aud provided with cross soft from 8 4i rowers 1114 401 8s supports 1125 863 8 27 latei the evil theories of tho professedly good to death yet ho had a barrel of fish in territory and handles as shown Holes bored ut extreme and becomes a form of oupltal V0 1195am Oweniboro 818 11 48nm Tho legislature of Michigan hapass 018 spaces about the oda of tho punishment tho last blows beiug given Mattlngly frequent 807 3SJ his stomach Griffith 8 03 320 Though uplifted cd tho bill giving a bounty to all sugar rim have pegs fitted to them Inserting to persons sentenced to death with a 9 21 Jl 01 1165 025 Stanley 7 68 3J6 piece of ron Freely gifted made in the state 02 pegs in tho proper holes will then give 032 Wothlngton 782 82 1200 910 With the power of prophecy Reads 746 313 Iu too rich u soil sugar boots grow a marker to ba whcoled along tho row 9 47pm Sppttsvllle 738 3 07 Naught arailelh John Grlfllo of Zanesvllle Q says Onion 1217 Haswtt H2ct too largo and have little sugar and too whojo tho plants aro to be set giving 7 31 set who fill tch lllm I never lived a day or thirty yere lOMsm 12 Worn ar HendaTnW Tift any apace desirod many leaves a dlvioetf ChAtliy without suffering agony until h box of Trains Nos 41 and i make connection at Ir 4 pm Itoftt Tofcwto kip J wht ti 4wtr Kollr apurnlnjr D Wilts Witch Htutil Sftivt cured say ylnirtoit aVally tacept Sunday with traina to tad for Vlfty Cent Are gaining laror rapidly rem JardlqWg and Furdsvllle Kraacfc To quit tobacco oaally 4 ltervera OcarshUMHl tobaocobablt cure make weak Â¬ Biitlnoes ucn anil travel wftf tilfeiandbunr For pit mm Metal krtxiblM saea aire Only Hm running Parlor Caw Kstwsst tooli jlMiltlr f In line rlftbfttrjfl tlo4 pure Mo H All drumrUts llAtfa full atf Ufjl Lmm taaaj uLia tLl lUMI p3Wa lers carry them In vet BMthownadr wpler Uhm Mlm iwak mm j asta Wuiisa tprabu stasia aud all vllle Jwoswhoro and HeadeMen Omiy aMrvot line toekau ladlet earrr then Jtck to Um North ad aja ftr fcartaasr ktoraaeUioo CW8 1 akin hi purua houiekeepera kef them In If VMrioatsee Uia llta Ntwa ilrmt tremble JWltt Wltok HmI cadi e or addraaa Auaie ffttMaaWly Chailly at cwf M frleuila reeoutiaeud lUra to frtea H cTmORDV A 0P A- ill saaty 0 OUeaf r w Tffc Btitt is CUeullexl 6hort A HcytMt tomUvUU Ky Dcolcra In person whom past has a blot on it and whose name is mentioned with a look of holy horror by cronies when together for a chat 7 It is of sach pennons I would write this week and may my pen be dipped in power Mr the task J 0 Mendonhall Kvansvllle Indt la there not in your neighborhood a Dear Sir I have fonnd your Chill 8Sira4Jf3 Copyrighted by Da waft Tabor To thy sweet divinity Hailing others Friends and brother In the name of Charity I Some Interesting Items for Our Agricul v tural Neighbors Li4JtAAA Thh Matt GREGORY WMisftfs 6LlVCHfMT Ixcal AeenU lb CO NCNTlHMCr StaiM Aftirts Popular Muff Mo Feb 17th 1897 Harvesting sugar beets EXTRACTING HONEY J ii Wias poisoned T 8 wc -- J BEST TRAINS Hmrnkti Fertlllzw CMpaiy ni Stiifenl III bfttf V Sit rwc RSfHSS aiT tUinzr9i St Louis or Chicago BANK HAEDDTSBUEG J H Hunsclie The TAILOR V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday every month YOUR FORTUNE with rt Casper HOW TO TRAVEL B O S W RT teme tabxjB V Henderson Route Â¬ - Â¬ I Lsuisie Evaiifi grand-childre- Packet Line and TIME 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