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Vffdffy If nTllMlil iMuijl jj v7V BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVUBPORT FIERCE FIGHTING IN BRAZIL VOL XXII 5 t KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 4 1897 bananas raised in tho gardens The fruit is as well do volopod as any ffOm tha south and tastes much better than tho groen ploked and shipped article Thcso aro probably the first bananas OTcr rlpenod Tho Insurgonts In this stato thoso of Ihdldua NO 3 mi STILL UNSETTLED With Little Advantage Gained by ri q IV- - Either Side STRUGGLE OF THE MINERS Strikers Assembling Around Armltts Mines Still Confident that the VIRGINIA De Â¬ MINER3 WILL STRIKE PrrrsBWta Aug 3 Marching miner from all orer tha dlitrtot ar converging toward Camp Determination and if all thoso reported as being on the march reach the scone before il oclook there will be at least 6000 diggers present at the big meeting whloh is scheduled for that hour at McCreas lohool house The minors expect 8000 to be on hand The borough of Turtle Greek export encod the liveliest day in Its history with its targe transient population of miners and curious visitors but the day without trouble of any kind Surges Teats of the borough visited thq miners camp and statod he had no reason to order tho crowd to disband and as long as poaco prevails he will not disturb them There was a complote shift In tho irtske up of the oampera yesterday The men from the Wheeling dlslon of the Baltimore and Ohio who have boen on guard ever since the big movement against the Dearmit men was inaug- Â¬ urated left during Saturday night for thoir homes at Finleyvilld Gastonvillo Snowdea Whitehall and Banksvllle These same men after reaching home and recuperating somewhat have formed new divisions and are returning to tho seat of war in order to attend the big meeting While the old guard was flitting new men were talcing their places and took charge of the watch that is to be kept up until all of tho New York and Clove land men quit work Saturdays guard was noticeable for tho absence of foreigners Tho fathering on watoh today is just the rsvorsa and is composed almost entirely of the foreign element which if much more excitable than tho others and much hardor to control This ph99 gives to the situation a moro serious aspsot When the first batch of C50 marchers arrived on tho sceno yesterday they woro very hungry and clamored for food There wore provisions enough left for 300 men and a grand rush was made for the provision wagon and the result was many went hungry About this time Organlzor Miller arrived on the scene and announced that a Pitts burg baker had donated 1000 loaves of bread and a grocer had given a dozen choose To prevent another rush Mil lor organized a guard and all were sat isfied for tho time being As large do nations of food havo been promised to bo a repetition oi there is not likely this scramble Sheriff Harvey A Lowry spent tht afternoon in Tnrtlo Greek consultfug with bis deputies Chief Deputy Jnmei Richards was in the district all night Sheriff Lowry said that he would not intcrforo with tha strikers in holding meetings if they acted orderly He will not allow thorn to go on the property of tha Now York and Cleveland Gas Coal company nor will not allow them to aot disorderly while marching on tho road Â¬ Three Thousand Troop Slain And the Fa Â¬ natic Wlnjt Vlolorjr New York July 80 A dispatch to The Herald from Rio Janeiro says that nnthentlo information has rcaohed that olty to the effect that more than 8000 soldiers havo boen killed in a big battle near tho site of Canudos The fanat ics numbering moro than 10000 men all wU armed attaoked tho govern ment troops Whole brigades of the soldiers were swopt down and destroyed trampled under foot as the vioterlous fanatics with wild hoarse houts of triumph passed over thorn The full extent of tho loss of Iifo can not be told There is no reason to doubt however that the loss in killed on both sides is more than 8000 For miles the ground around Canudos is strewn with the dead and dying tho being compelled fovernment troops the field and flee to on to save themselves from completo do struotion by the avalancho of tho fa natics Whon tho report of tho awful battle reached Rio Janeiro it was considered by tho president and ministry and it was decldod to sond tho minister of war to tho scene nost week with 4000 men They will who are now gathering carry with them a great storo of ammu nition ana will endeavor to dlslodgo the fanatics from tho position they now hold Fighting has been in progress at Ca nudos for sovoral wooks In tho mean timo while tho fanatics fought apparently with little heart thoy have been gathering thoir f orocs from nil directions The result was tho final attaok on tho government troops which led to such awful results CAP HATFIELD STLL AT LARGE The Weit Virginia Mllltla Mar lie Called Out to Hunt Illra Williamson W Va Julr 81 Every effort to recapture or even learn the whereabouts of tho notorious Cap Hatfield who with outside assistance delivered himsolf from jail hers Wednesday night has up to this time proved futile Tho Bheriff has scouts out who are using all diligonco to locate the fugitive and a reward has been published for his body doad or alive All persons are warned to take no ohances when attempting his arrest and the probability- - is he will novcr be taken alivo A requisition will bo made on Gov- Â¬ ernor Bradley for Hatfield and his brothers who were with him at tho time of tho killing so that in rase thoy are found in Kentucky which is only 100 yards from tho jail in whioh they are confined he may bo recaptured It is hardly likely thoy are there howevor as Hatfield is wanted on graver charges thero than here The general belief is that he is among his kinsmen in the mountains of this ooanty who will resist every attempt to arrest him The authorities are determined to have not only Cap but Troy and Elias who were with him at the killing and unless thoy fly the country thoy will bo captured even If the state militia has to bo oalled out Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MANY Destructive DROWNED It is a line crop or this year on stalks kopt ATTACK HAVANNA Raid a Suburb Floods Throughout iUpper1 AHstrla of oiroulailon Have teen recftlvea at tflo document rooms of tho seuato and honso The law niakos a pamphlet of TOO pages Tho members of tho house will havo 25000 tho sonators 10000 and the senate commlttco on finanoo 16000 copies for distribution making C00OO in all to bo distributed by congress GREAT LOSS OF PROPERTY Which Will Reach Several Million MAN SHOT WITHOUT PROVOCATION SURPRISE IN WEST VIRGINIA More Hn Will Coma Out and It I He Itered All Will rollovr Thero is a surprise in store for tho operators of this region said Joseph W Rea lost Inside of 48 hours there will night Bamne Bellaire O July 80 be several additions to the men already Hoath a young man about 20 years of out age was terribly cut and torn by a Thero is more iu Reas words than reaping maohino in a harvost field just many peoplo think He has been here south of town Tho horses took fright since last Wednesday and has had two and ran away throwing the boy in or thrco meetings saoh day not in the front of the knife and he was out and usual way but has quietly gone to torn from tho shoulders to his feet the lomo schoolhoute or publio hall and the worst injury bolng a great tear of flesh miners have gathered there as if by from the inside of the left leg to the magio Rea says ho is highly elated groin and across the abdomen Physiover tho prospects and thinks West Vir cians dressed the wounds but this will yet come out ginia morning thero was little hope for his Mahon telegraphed from Charleston recovery though tho boy was still liv- Â¬ yesterday that tha Kanawha and New ing River men had struck for CO cents a ton Alleged Ilorse Thief Kscapes and a check weighman Rea says he Umjana O July 80 Newton Mil intends to call on special judge John ler who was arrested at Richmond W Mason who granted the injunction and that he wants to know what the Ind about a month ago for stealing a He does not know horse from a farmer near Mechanics judge means whether tho injunction attempts to burg and who was in jail awaiting tho keep him from holding meetings in the aotion of tho grand jury has escaped iHiWllo roidf or not Miller has boen playing siok for several There are more signs now of a general days and was talcing medicine while pioks than there has watching a good ohanoe to get away lnylng down of lnco the bea operators strike began None of Just how he escaped is not known On havo contracts of more account of his supposed illness ha was the than 10 days in length and tho men allowed some freedom whloh ho took ar if they do not came outtho other advantogo of and loft quietly without miners will go back and they will re Â¬ saying goodby turn to the 26 cont rates Two Deiperate Attempt to Kill Himself ENCOURAGING TO THE STRIKERS Cleveland Aug 3 Thomas Oush Owing Out of tho lalrmon tog a molder aged 88 years yestorday XM KefftM Xhaa There Wai Last Week afternoon stood beforo the mirror in his Whhlixq Aug 3 Thero has been room at a boarding house and cut his a decree is the amount of coal coming throat with a razor When taken to of th Fairmont region on the Bal tho operating room on tho third tloor of Â¬ Motor and Ohio road compared with an hospital ho made a rush for a winout falling 60 the asms ported last week Last week dow and threw himself tho cngino room of to the average number of cars received at feet body the roof through the skylight crashed 00 now tho average is Hie BIUh wh dosoont and iron bar in probably not over 100 Last week the struck toan floor of theIts engine room the Wheeling aad Lake Krio was handling reHed Gushing is still allvo but i is believed 7JS to 100 cars daily now Hot more then he will die M oars are handled The Clovoland Lorain and Wheeling comparison is tho Died of TliTrst and BtarTatlon aa the Wheeling atfrl Lake Krio San Francisco July 81 The niys 1m the Wheeling dUtrict tkecondU ery that for nearly a year hae clouded The break Won is foil of uncertainty Wells at Bogf s Run kas wado ft very difficult the fate of Charlesmissing and George members of to keep the wen at Qlendalo Mounds L Jones tha two vllle and Elm Grove out Some are the Calvert exploring epedition in West Australia is now cleared np by working ow bnt this week will wit advices received from Sydney L A pees a desperate effort to wake the soe Welle the leader of the search party minim general throughout the district The operators claim to be enre of their recently found the dead bodies of the btiUy U keep at least half of their two men near Joanna Springs in the heart of a desert The two men missed aw member of men at work Interest in Wast Virginia is centering the trail in November IBM and failed to meet the ntnin body of the expedi on the miners drr demonetMMon tion They died of thirst and starvation noosnmended at tha late Wkeeliuf eon teeense e the tabor W4r of the ooun KM4 Be try Although the assignments of riNpLAY O July 80 Oioyi Kift heve not yet been made by sneakers ftenident Qotnpere of the American mnd a young man who resides with Il his btOtheln law John Whiallar In u IMtwOOB Md hie beet men into this state with thie gouty hear Bluff ton was work the hap Jn reenlt of the deasonstre in M a flU yesterday ith a team of fis irW be the tying op of the mint horses when Jfirom some oanea the tatter it she aunt- - At use wneenng became Mrhtened and ran ewer Klrf JsrreMonmu lad Jnly Manna who tern land atte rted to hold thesabntwaai Hta gnramant atattontn rirtni nrfflheilu bedJy Baked aoont his Am and body lI gardens ihm fie hWeftbi JUMiMf tVPdMlt an4 died a few bensa taeev Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Fairmont W Va Aug Frobablf Mistaken for Another Person Tkrrk Hatib Ind Aug 2 At Hillsdale Ind about 20 miles north of here James McLaughlin shot and in Btantly killed Joseph Robson Mo Lauphlin and Robson were in a saloon when without provocation the former drew a royolver and fired three bullets into Robsons breast McLaughlin escaped One roport is that McLaughlin had sworn to tako the lifo of a man who had caused MoLaughlins father to rommit murder and Robson for that man MoLaughlin married a riob woman several years ago and has sinco been spending mon y recklessly Excitement is at fever htat Terribly Cut by a Reaping Machine Â¬ Â¬ The Victim Cl 0t tM Â¬ wedged in and opening tho switch whothcr it was driven in thero pur Â¬ theCritriea posely or dropped in suoh a position when tho northbound train in running over it spread tho switch is not known RISING RIVERS ARE STILL Tho engine tender two mall cars and baggago car wore thrown from tho track and piled nn Aug 2 Tho devastation an adjoining yarn in the street and in Vienna caused by tho floods in Silesia is wideEngineer Scth Winslow of Greens spread Nothing like it has occurred in burg Ind and Fireman Richard Crick that district for a century Tho loss more of Indianapolis were instantly already reaches many millions of marks killed Honry Priobo a tramp of Clove It is estimated that 100 persons havo land O who was riding on th front porished by drowning in Silesia and Bo- Â¬ end was injured internally and it is believed can not livo Charles Ryan a hemia tramp town hall recently injured also of Clovclaud was slightly At Loebtan a built and two other largo structures Tho passcngor coaohes and sleepers have collapsed did not leave tho track and cxoeptlng a At Linz 100 miles west of Vienna good shako up the paspongcrs escapod and at Mauthausen enormous damogo unhurt has boon dono to property A heavy Tho wreck crews from both Indian- Â¬ stone bridge at Linz has been partly do apolis and Lafayotto arrived about daylight and soon had tho wreck cleared mollshod away The rivers aro still rising A cloudburst is reported from Bud The remains of Enginocr Winslow weis Bohemia on tho Moldau and woro romoved to his homo at Greens there has boon oxtenslvo flooding in tho burg He loavos a widow and two outskirts of Ischl a fashionable water- Â¬ children Tho body of Fireman Criok ing place on the Traun moro was taken to his home Tho visit of the Emperor Frauds LAND OF PROMISE Joseph to Badon and tho proposed jour ney of King Alexander of Sorvla from Hebrews In All 1arts of the World Organ Bolgrado to Vienna have been stopped UlnE to Oe to ralestlne by the floods New Youk July 81 A dispatch to Berloue Floods In the Crimea The World from London says The London Aug 2 A special dispatch representatives of the Baron Hirsoh from St Petersburg says that tho No charities hero seem to tako very seriousvostl estimates that at least 160 persons ly the schemo of Dr Theodoro Hertzl havo porished in the recent floods at of Vienna for the formation of an inde pendent Jowish stato in Palestine It Kertchi In tho Crimea is said that the Jows are organizing in PEACE CONFERENCE DELAYED all parts of tho world The doctor in Turkey Preiente New Amendment Which tends first to sond an exploring expedition to thoroughly overhaul the land Will Neceiiltate Further DUcuulou to end establish tola Constantinople Aug 3 The peaoe from endtelegraph and toother and modern conference hold a three hours session phones conveniences bofore opening scientific Saturday and the result is a further the territory to general settlement postponement of tho actual signature f To obtain sovereignty over Palestine of the peaoe preliminaries The am- ho soys will bo easy as tho Turks will bassadors presented the remaining sec- be glad to lot it go He points to his tions of the draft including those pro decoration by the Turkish government viding for a limited control of Greek as evidenco that It thinks favorably nf sohemo If finances and a new article defining tho his givo PalestineTurkey should refuso up he says tho Ottotime and mothod of evacuating Thes to man emplro surely will disintegrate saly and thon a Jowish company can obtain Towflk Pasha tmo to bis woll worn Palostlne when tho powers divide up of Turkish territory methods of delay presented a series If it proves impossi amendments tn all the articles previous ble to get Palostlno ho will turn to Ar ly suggested This will necessitate a gentina further discussion To confer on this point a congress The sultan has instituted a new navsl will be hold at Basle Aug 20 Tho commission with himself as president doctor says thero is no doubt that this to projeot a sphome for tho reconstruccongress will bo the redeemer of the tion of the Turkish navy in accordance Hebrews Thero is no intention to folwith modern idoas low socialistic lines Ho proposes a limited monarchy liko that of Great Freib Trouble Urewlng Britain Tho capital of Oanba Crota Aug 9 The foreign company is to bo 260000000tho Jewish admirals held a conferonco on Thursday ItunsrUerself to a Flum Tree last and dooided to oppose by force the Mrs landing of any additional Turkish Winchester 0 July 31 troops In reply to their notification to Julia Reed aged 40 wifo of John Reed that effect Ismail Bey said he oould not the well known farmor and stook aocopt such a decision It is believed dealer two mllos south of hero arose that fresh troublo is brewing from her bed some timo during the night and hanged hersolf She was not PH EASANT3 AND FISH mfssed until daylight when her dead Qtmi Comralitloo Contem body was found hanging to a Bmall Ohio FUh and plate Great Work plum trcer near tho house Sho was In Columbus O July 8j Tho Ohio good health and spirits upon retiring fish and game commission at a meet and no causo is assigned ing held at the Chittenden hotel re Killed While Ulvlnsr Ueci elected L H Rontlnger state game Bllefostaine0 July 80 While warden and secretary of the board It cutting down a treo in which a swarm was decided to begin tho distribution ot ot bees liad lpdgcd and which Johu pheasants the latter part of August Brown P O Deardorf and Art Barber About 3600 birds will be liberated woro trviuif to hive the tree fell on throughout the state It was statod in Brown killing him instantly He the mooting that the 200 pairs distrib loaves a who ana lamuy uted last year have increased to 2000 or Karly Flowing For Wheat more Wheat needs compact ground but Tho distribution of fish will take place in September About 200000 fish not hard or rough ground Tho soil of tho black bass crapples and marble ought to bo nindo fine so that tho small Ohio roots can got thoir plant food and this catfish varieties will be plaoed in The Oleniangy and Soioto flno soil needs to be oloso about thorn streams rivers will receive about 10000 oaoh In commenting on tha foregoing J M Rico Oklahoma explains in Farm THE STANDARDS GREAT WELLS Can Not De Constructed Fait Field iiid Fireside thnt in heavy or Tank clay soils this compacting will coma Enough to Hold the Oil The naturally and quickly by gravitation Â¬ Alkxandhia Ind July 80 rainfall Standards phenomonal well on tho and the action of is light midIn tho farlooso and farm is produoing oil at the rate ther west tho soil Ulake ot 600 barrels a day and tho drilling is tho rainfall limited Ho Bays To got tho natural compacting of not finished Before tho stream of oil could be turned into tanks it had de- soil plowing as a rule must bo dono stroyed tho entlro field of corn in whloh early If It is practicable to do so tho ploWs should bo started as soon as tho the well is situated Tanks can not be constructed fast standing grain is out Whero a header enough to hold the oil and all possiblo is used this may bo tho samo day and haste is being made to construct a pipo even whom a binder is used n portion lino connecting tho well with oar tanks nf tho ground can bo plowed among tho This is the Standards first suooess in shocks at onco Of course with tho or Â¬ this section Tho Allegany City com- dinary forco of tho farm this is not al Â¬ is Sonys strong gas well 250only a short ways practicable but it would bo best away while its barrel well if it oould bo so nrrangod for the on a line with the Standards is ground dries out rapidly after tho stand Â¬ DEAD IN A QRAVEYARD FOUND ing grain is romovod and is likely to bo A Dhpoadeut Man KI1U Hlmielf on Hll too dry for plowing With tho usual light rainfall tho compacting is a slow Wifes Grave Deoraff 0 July 81 Last night process so tho longost possiblo time Frank Wright was found lying dead on should be had botweou plowing and his wifos grave with a bullet in his sooding There aro artifloial means oi brain Wright was formerly a resldout compacting in the nso of tho roller and Wo used both of thcso iu of Springfield but lately lived in New press drill York Sixteen years ago last evening tho wheat ground of tho prosont har Â¬ vest but early plowing was bettor than he married Miss Jennie Hamer Eleven years after the happy wod all elso ding the wife suddenly died and for TimaepatlaK VegetaDles the past five years until the awful deod In sotting ont cabbage and celery tho of last night tho grief striokon husband had continually pined over his loss top should bo shortened severely so as He was a son of the lato Oolonol to lesson evaporation This will inako a Thomas Wright Tha deed was pre very vigorous growth besides prevent meditated Wright on the day before ins tho sotbMk which a wltborod lent having deedod hie farm to hie mother on a transplanted plant always glvos right lu the renlteeUarr With oecfl transplanting tnere will come Thomas a largo mass of roots so that after be Â¬ Columbus O July 81 Hale a Cincinnati colored ptleoner ing twice transplanted the oabbage or serving-- a Ilia sentence in the peniten other vegetable will grow wlthont any tiary einoe IfM for rape became ob perceptible check If the weather Is not et rep peons ysetiritny and assaulted Mitable heel the plants in covering tops Harry Biffed a Lwruce county pris and all for two or three days Then the oner with pur of Misaore and a mal roots will he ready to grow at ewe let Several prteonew and gnards Be American Cultivator came involved in the affair and a fight enened tn whioh Bate was IwLje Mear liitUawOe Mumed wereted He U now tn the hospital A Urge hrid BniXAUtn O An With several had enm on hie head fMudaf Big Short creak en the Wheel la aai Lak iMtena1 Vint Cto eirdl between Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ free-tor-n- il Marks Serious Floods in PASaeNQgH tHATN WnCCKCD That City Knglneer Fireman and Two Tramps In- stantlr Killed TnoimowN Ind July 81 Tho fast FORTY NINE SPANIARDS KILLED caitbound Clovoland Cincinnati Chicago and St Louis train due hero at 3 16 a m was wrecked hero yesterday morning The causo of tho wreck was And 0ns Hundred and Twenty One a coupling pin in somo way being Â¬ f0U AKIH6 POWDER Absolutely Pure CO NEWS NUGGETS Loulfui the daughter of Frank McCullough of Batnvtn O was attaoked by a bull and terribly gored Mrs Christina French of Moorestownf N J celebrated her 103d birthday Sun day In honor of the event there was a Wounded Engagement Was Short and Desperate TWO family reunion ONLY CUBANS KILLED Tampa Fin Aug 2 The story telo graphed from Havana last week about an attack by insurgents on tho suburbs of that city 1b confirmed by passengers who loft Havana on tho Plant lino steamer Mascott Saturday and arriving here last night Among tho number was Sonor Cnlbagcr a woalthy Span iard and his wife and daughter who aro now to bo rcokonod among tho ref Â¬ ugees who havo fled from Havana Tho attaok referred to was mado on tho little village of Marnanao about 10 miles southwest of tho city and tho terminus of tho antiquated and dilapidated Mar- Â¬ nanao railroad Scnor Oalbajer was an eyowitness of tho raid on Marnanao Ho says that tho attack was led by Baldomeroa Coasta Juan Dclgado and Hernandez The insurgent chiefs left 500 of their troops outsido of the town and carried in 800 to tho attaok They wore vwll armed with dynamite rapld firo guns and mot with but slight resistance The engagement was short and desper Â¬ ate Forty nino Spaniards wero killed and 120 wounded two Cuban wero killed and 40 wounded The inhab- Â¬ itants of tho town fled for thoir lives leaving the insurgents in completo pos-Â¬ session Thoy sacked tho placo ana secured 10000 in gold bcsldo a largo quantity of supplies that thoy could not carry away Other pnssongcrs tell about tho samo story of tho affair Scnor Calbajcr says thnt tho wildest terror reignB in Havana and that the inhabitants are leaving as fast as local laws will permit Â¬ Â¬ woll-to-do WEYLER GRANTS AMNESTY Dr Moutalro and About 1000 lixlles Aro In Iuolc General Madrid Aug Weyler has telegraped tho government from Havana that ho has decided to grant amnesty to 1600 exiles including Dr Montalvo and donles tho Amoricnn dispatches in which it Is statod that the Cubans are using artillory against tho outposts ot Havana Captain General Weyler has signed a pardon of Dr Jose Rafael Montalvo a leader of the Autonomist party Antonio Escobas former editor of La Discussion Tomas Alfonso Enrique Ca rillo and 41 other persons exiled to Cha farinas and Fernando Po penal scttlo mouts The Spanish mall steamer has roturned to Spain with Uoneral Lono 88 officers and 780 sick and unavailable soldiers Could Not lie Interrlewed New Yokk Aug 2 Captain Solva and Mato Lowis of tho filibuster Threo Frionds now held by the United Statos authorities at Jacksonville Fla arrivod here from that oity by steamer vesterday As they loft the dook instantly they could not be interas to tho cause of their visit viewed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PUDDLERS SCALE AGREED UPON Iron Manufacturers Have Their Say at a Youngslown Conference Younostows O Aug 2 It was daylight yesterday morning boforo the iron manufacturers and tho puddlers ot the Amalgamated association confor enco commlttco agreed on a scalo for puddling Thero wero 25 puddlors on tho Amalgamated committeo of 100 and tho puddlers had tho say about accepting or rejecting the proposition directly affooting them Tho puddlers made sovoral attempts to effeot a compromise and obtain 4 25 a ton for puddling but tho manufac turers positively refused to rocodo from their domand for a reduotlon from 4 60 to 4 When the puddlers hold thoir last secret meeting to coneidor the mat-Â¬ ter tho voto Btood 18 to 12 in favor of taking tho whole reduction and this portion of tho difficulty was at an ond The now scale adopted is as follows 1 a ton on on 1 cent card rnto f425 on 1 1 10 card rate 475 on 1 3 10 rate 5 on 1 4 10 rato and J525 on 1 6 10 rate a 1 centxjard rato meaning when bar iron is soiling for 1 cent a pound Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ will die from his Injuries George Sohrlderer a farmer residing near Marysvtlle O attempted to stop a runaway team attached to a solf blnder lie was thrown under ono of the wheels which passed ovor his head Little hope Is entertained for his recovery Deaths Rev J R Roller aged 70 of Nlles O is dead Dr Arnvth the historian and director of the Austrian Btate archives is dead in under Rivalry In love led to what will probably prove n fatal shooting affray atashvllle John II MeWhlrter was assaulted by Os-Â¬ borne Fuller the less favored suitor and fired shooting Fuller through the left breast As Potcr Kesalcr an aged farmer was driving across the Pewioky tracks at Steubenvlllu O a passenger train struok his wngon demolishing It and hurling Kessler 80 feet In the air seriously injur- Â¬ ing him Kincald Naylor a fanner living near Winchester O and an elder of the United Brethren church fell from a hay mow striking his head on the barn floor He Is in a critical condition and it la thought Lawrence Shoup a blackberry picker was bltton twlee by a rattlesnake near Portsmouth O Ho walked three mllea U get an antidote and la tn a orltlcal condition Mayor Strong hat announced the ap- Â¬ pointment of Colonel Ceorgo Moore Smith of tho Sixty ninth regiment to luooecd Colonel F D Grant ns police commis- Â¬ sioner Frank nermnn a collector for the Metropolitan Insurance company ef ChllU cotho O Is missing and with him It Is charged a considerable amount of the companys money A dispatch to the London Tlmos from Capo Town says a report has reached thero that tha Portuguese have been badly routed In the Bllenl district north of Delagoa bay The natives declare that not a Portuguese Is left allvo David Jones aged 42 formerly olerk foi J B Walker Brother KlrksTllle Ky and a highly respected citizen was found dead in bed Saturday innrnlncr fhn rm ult of an overdose of morphine taken the night before while ending up a spreo The price of window glass has boen ad vanced about 6 per cent by the manufac- Â¬ turers The now rate goes into effect at at once and is to continue until Aug 10 when probably if trade conditions war rant It another advance will be made Lottie Temple 17 of Rapids City 111 disappeared In Chicago several weeks ago since when nothlnsr hju been nnn nf hrr Foul play Is feared and a young marr nameu wiiuam uarrlson who has since disappeared is susploloued of knowing something about Lotties disappearance Crimes and Casualties Mrs William Green of Xonla O was probably fatally Injured tn a runaway Georglo the son of Mr and Mrs Richard Croak of Delaware O was cooked allvo whllo playing with a coal oil lamp Charles Sohllllng aged 21 while riding a blcyclo near Rahway N J collided with and was Instantly kllledtby a carriage a shaft of which pierced his heart Peter Quick aged 43 was kloked In the stomach by a mule near Harrisonvllle O and died from the Injuries He leaves a wife and eight children destitute In attempting to jump on a Big Four passenger train at Columbus O Edward Henry aged SM of Chicago was thrown under tho wheels and killed 11 was a boiler riveter by trade Samuol Markel of Crestline a Fort Wayne brnkoman was killed In a freight wreck just west of MusslUon O One oar of Mnrkels train left tho track and ditched several others Markel was thrown Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and healthTulnesi Aiinrei the food arabut slum and all forms of adulteration common to the cheap brands KOYAL BAKINQ rOWDIR NSW YOKK WEBSTER A good rain Saturday All aboard for tho Klondike No complaint of low prices now Tho blackberry crop is Immense Mrs Sash Jordan is on tho sirk list Wash Hall talks of starting to Seattle John Slaton of Rosetta was bore last Mrs B Thursday last week F Payno visited at Sample Mrs S J Parks has been quite sick for several rlavn hBorn Vienna day was a traglo Sabbath for Carllslo a town about 80 miles south ot hero Four of hor oltizons wero drowned at Hyatts Ferry in the Wabash river and one was ground to fragments by an Evansvillo and Torre Haute freight train Tho dead aro Mr and Mrs Grant Hammond Mr and Mrs Abuer Charles Hlnes The first four woro soon to go in bathing and later thoir clothing was found on the rivor bank It is believed ono of tho women was seized with cramps and tho others wero drowned in trying to rosoue her Charles Hlnes was found shortly after daylight lying oloso to the railroad track at Carllslo Tho head was crushed the right hand torn off and the body 1 most severed It is thought Hlnos fell from tho train while stealing a ride Only Slight Hopes For Andree Stockholm July 80 Dr Ekholm who was associated with Herr Andree in hU projected balloon voyage last year writes to Tho Aftnonbladet that he declined to join in the present at tempt because tho impermeability ot Ho the balloon was unsatisfactory ays it lost 61 oubio metres of gas dally from the time of Inflation In his opin ion it would not float longer than frotn 24 to i days Inaemack as the veyatje Under ordinary conditions of wind would take M least 24 days Or Ik he w believes Andree will he remark ably fortonate if he seoossds at ail Â¬ TRAGIC SABBATH AT CARLISLE IND Four leople Drowned and One Killed by a Freight Tralu TenitK Haute Ind Aug 3 Yester Â¬ Mrs Lulu Reed widow of the late Dr Thomas H Reed and sister of Judge T M Cardwell died at Harrodsburg Ky of a complication of diseases 01edlah Jennings Johnson aged 86 a pioneer of Marlon Ind is dead Johnson was a forty niner and made aa overland trip to California in search of gold Clifford Porter the well known turfman and owner of Clifford Damlen Elusive and other famous horses died on his farm near Lexington Ky Porter was 47 years old He had boen ill from consumption for a year Thomas Hillhouse 81 years old presi dent of the Metropolitan Trust company of New York died Saturday at the homo ot his son In Yonkere N Y Ut was apÂ¬ pointed assistant treasurer of the United States by President Grant and served 19 years under Secretaries Boutwell Merrill BrUtow and Sherman Â¬ Â¬ to tho wife of Mack Ross July 21 a ten pound girl Stay at home bovs WOO firkin fnrtnrtn afar from Yukon rRnrn fn Hia wIFa 4l OKnlt 1WUUJUS y U1IB1IIU Tjtut July 22 a fine girl Henry Kurtz and Joo Ball went to Cloverport Sunday Amon Klncholoo and family aro visit- Â¬ ing T B Henderson Thurman Smith is tho proud father of a girl baby bora tho 15th Frank Smith and family of BigSprlng are visiting W G Jordan Mr Goodwin of Hardlnsburg visited Jas St Clair Saturday and Sundav Mrs Lucy A Foot Bowleyville Is visiting her daughter Mrs Mark Ross Big fleas havo little fleas on em to bite em and so it goes on ad infinitum A llttlo baby boy arrived at Joo Jeff- Â¬ ries on the fast train early Saturday morning MIsS Oln Shumate roturned homo last Saturday accompanied by hor sister Mrs Harry Stewart Wo yield tho nalin to Mart Norton on tho egg story but he is no good on rais Â¬ ing Irish potatoes Tom Lyddan started last Friday for Jxmisvlllo and parts of interest in the Blue Gross country Republicans around hero aro highly pleased with tho nomination of Col Jolly for State Senator If you do not annually increase tho products of your farm perhaps you are not farming scientifically All produce of the farm command good prices Yet there is no prosperity to tho farmer who has nothing to sell Why Oh why I has it been necessary to increase our State taxes and county levy Let everybody investigate please Brandon Cardons flock of 19 ewes more than paid tho oxpenso of their keeping in wool this year besides paying him a net profit of 450 per ewe in lambs With wheat corn cattle sheen Imm and every things else going up all tho time we can see wnero tho good times como in to the poor old farmer if ho has any thing to soil Even an huniblo scribe is sometimes bothered by a species of paraslto belong Â¬ ing to tho genius home that tries to fas Â¬ ten upon him but fortunately their de Â¬ leterious effect h trivial Mike Lyddan John Lyddan Dugan Bros and Jesse norndon havo threshed and shipped their wheot from Jib Their crops ranging from 1200 bushels yuautygood and yield and price satis Â¬ factory 4 The recent good rains were the last straw that broke tho camels back with the croaker now he gooth Into a seclnd Fires ed place and taketh his meals from tio Lightning sot fire to and almost com bottom of a churn and prayeth for some college at Now pletely destroyed De Pauw Albany Ind It was a noted institution dire calamity to befall the people of learning for women It le doubtful whether It will be rebuilt LYONIA Tho ore bins and ore chute of the Bos Â¬ ton and Montanas Leon shaft at Butte Mon was destroyed by fire The origin G II Yickera west to Fordsvllle Sat Â¬ The companys of tho fire Is not known urday loss will not exceed 110000 The interior of the dry goods and cloth Mr Kirley House who hae been work Â¬ ing stores of Andrews Si Wolfe at Cat ing near Whltesyllle ie at home at pres Â¬ lettsburg Ky was destroyed by Are A fir In the furnace to dry out the building ent was the cause Loss about 110000 partly Miss Jennie J Patterson left Monday insured for HawesYllIo where aJiftwiU likely reÂ¬ The whole section around Millstone Ky is stirred up over the burning ot the main a lew days Baptlit church at that piece by some unOar chlld rens night hero Saturday known party The windows were taken night was quite a eos And a large out and secreted at tome distance the crowd was in aMesdaooe night before Mr W t Beewott of Rockport Ky FaMwee Whe has lieesi VkMlwr friends and rela- The First Kaetenal bank of AshevUle N O has gone lute voluntary Heu4eV ttveahe for the two weeks re-lion munsm to Ma iHMne Monday The Geersje I MaelhwM eemaanjr menufeoentees ef k renews nn hmshis r Â¬ Â¬ m r V pt hs aeessnked Ae- The qeMsst Beat WMc will ar ef sk sow m J has gnm neMsi ef Ms Hunetnarteet tf QLENQE i ilThe seat est over the read Ma mt she TerteT tow Jnky M WASMnrorbfcr DBiM of tha tariff sot In law the InT w tora to I n w 8 T WesjjaeA a aalt MM to esx eounex tUker V Mo ef Wlhasiuls ttrean MMMaIrBitjaMi at Met lor qu 7 ssa I have yet aboA nr one i Jr Hm Y - raxm to bring about a good result tor the ma HANDCNBUnG jority against whisky was thlrty alne nearly three times as many m was ex- Â¬ Tm S 4 T J BMiag Cdltra and FripUtri Henry Malln is better W TIME TAKE LN pected Tho voto stood as follows So far we havo no victims of the old Hot weather wont cure weak Â¬ Bank ward for local option 4i for whis Old BAIT WEDNB8DAY AUGUST 4 1897 ky 20 City Hall ward- - for local option fever lungs You may feel better be- Â¬ 1MMnf r Dally Mr HmiIIbiWi 7i27 m 21 for whisky 10 Hotel ward for local Mrs Wm Molntyro is visiting In In Â¬ cause out of doors more but MM WW option 21 for whisky 10 diana the trouble Is still there Dont Fiitner Dili tt Hardlnsburg 16S pm Miss Agnes Malln has returned to stop taking your ON NEW BETHEL Owenstoro roiYEit A good deal of sickness Nothing ser Â¬ Fresh pure drugs at Witts Hon Oiiab UlaNs ord who waa beforo Did you see the nun In tho eel Ipso last ious now the Republican Convention here Iwt This is still a local option town Thursday Miss Lillian Rhodes has returned from week spoke very earnestly of the good Has it boon hot enough for you 7 Mrs Mamie Gregory was at Custer n Hardlnsburg work the Itepubliean party had done for lajit wpplc Take your country produce to Witts few ilavs Kentucky since they had gotten hold of Miss Susie Esfello Elder is here to at Â¬ Mrs Ford McGlieo Is visiting here tins Wnrron Macy brgun his school last tend tho Institute SUtte aflaira two years ago As the state Â¬ Monday at Perlon school house ment is purely an assumption wo are weok Little Ben Ditto has bcon extremoly because the weather happens Miss Lena Hensley is visiting In LouWarino Macy called on Miss Essie HI hut is getting well quite sure Mr Dlanford had to draw If you have a to be warm Bruner lata last Sunday afternoon qulto heavily on his imagination to isville Miss Lafey Rhodes aunt from near weak throat a slight hacking round it up in acceptable tormB If the Tho old Freedom meeting beeins next Misses Nannie and Katie Board camo Irvington Is visiting her cough or some trouble with Republican party has dono anything or Bunday home last Saturday from Hardlnsburg Misses Mary and Bess Lewis will visit the bronchial tubes summer Is any good woik for the State we would Hiram Kelley has bcon in bed soveral Remomber Freedom Day the second Mrs Jess Herndon this weok like to know In what way It la true days with fever the best time to get rid of It Sunday in this month como ono come Will Casperko is at homo to try this If you are losing flesh there Is thoy made great promises to that effect Misses Katio and Lizzie Eskrldge are all atmoswhore as an anti fat remedy but they have amounted to nothing ylslting at Hartford in Wash Goods all the more need of attention Mr Raymond Meadorand DockSpring For a good many years they wore very Mary Louise Woodson has been Weakness about the chest and at gale of Custer altended church hero so Little Fatent medicines of all kinds and clamorous to get a look at tho books ill out she is Dotter at this writing Sunday thinness should never go to-Â¬ Thoy finally got the books but you have bottom prices at Wilts Bro Tom Teare will lead prayer meet Â¬ Irvlo Richardson went to Ekron Fri Â¬ One greatly Increases Mr and Mrs Ken Wathen of Irving not heard a word from them since The Everybody gether day to bo the guest of Clara Wimp for a ing to night Wednesday books didnt disclose anything out of ton were here last Sunday the danger of the other Heal go which they could make capital and they Wm II Bell will begin his school at few days and Mrs Jesse Herndon spent Sunday the throat cure the cough Misses May and Blancho Claycomb of havo been silent Clifton Mills next Monday whole system strengthen the with her parents Mr and Mrs J W As a party the Republicans have done Richard Owen candidate for Sheriff Irvington visited hero last Saturday and Lewis Keep taking Scotts now Sunday That is to say nothing for was in town last Wednesday nothing At Doo Sulphur Springs Camp Hern- Â¬ Emulsion all summer which to be commended for Thoy have A number from here attended tho bur- Â¬ Misa Laura Hayncs of Harned was For mIo by aU drursiu at joo uJ tn been in a scramble ovor come office ial of Mrs Oris Aldridge at Ephesus Sun Â¬ don had Borne twonty flye guests last here one day last week shopping weok either State or Federal all the while day evening Mr and Mrs Kosco bslcriugo catno Their appetite in this regard soems to J T Ditto left last Sunday to resume QUARTERLY REPORT Master Earl and Vernes Mattingly aro outweigh all other considerations beforo down from Ekron last Saturday paronts atllawes business but expects to bo back this visiting their grand This is strictly a moral town Send Bradley himself took the lead summor them vllle this week OFTHF becoming a candidate for United States your boy here to the B N College Mrs J D Babbage and children of X Tho funeral of Mrs Eula Bruner was Senator and allowing everything else to Dr J T Baker has a fine breed of preached at Pleasant Grove last Sunday Oloyerport are visiting in the bottom for BANK BRECKINRIDGE go by tho board game chickens that ho wishes to soil several days by Rpv Bozarth Our State taxes are about the Bame as Now is a good time to pay your subMiss Mabel Aylsworth of GrahamjH Miss Katie Board went to Irvington they have always been and yet there is scription all farm products are bringing OLOVERPORT KY Monday for a fow days stay with com- Â¬ ton is visiting Mrs Mary Crawford of no money in the treasury We are more good prices Long Branch pany Miss Fisher Not in debt than weve ever been County Attorney R N Miller and Tho keys of the city are delivered over At the Close of Business on the 30th day Ono of Glendeanes most charming and Yet Mr wife enough mbney to pay Juries wero visiting at Irvington a fow to tho teachers this week and they will of Juno 1807 fascinating young ladies Miss Nannie Blanford tells us of the good work his days last week have full sway Fisher is visiting the Misses Board party is doing for tho State The people Taylor and Wallace Babbage and Miss Alllo Reid and I aro booked for RESOURCES will reverse all this when they get Miss Katie Board and hor company es- Â¬ another whack at tho Republican party Franklin Kincheloo went to Bewleyvillo corted by several spent a delightful even- Â¬ Big Spring tho last of this week to spend Loans and Discount less loam S lolon to Directors Mr Blanford must be conscious of this last Wednesday ing with Mr M P Payne last Sunday a day and night Loans to Directors IOOOO Frank Haswell came up from Clover afternoon Assistant postmaster Stuart Young of Loans to officers fact It was only by accident that they 760535 got in anyway find one torm will do port last Saturday put in a vote for local Afiil7 The exciting accident that occurred to Louisville has gono out with honors be Â¬ Overdrafts unsecured Due from National Banks S 3503S34 Here is what their own official option and returned them to Misses Fannie and Nannie Board last stowed by his associates Due from State Banks and Miss Rebecca Owings of Woolf Crotk Wednesday as they wero just leaving organ at Frankfort says of them Thomas and Edwin my handsomo Bankers 3114161 6717995 Ten years ago it was not considered has boen visiting friends here siuco the town proved to be more of a scaro than great nephews from Henderson are hero Banking House and Lot respectable to bo a Republican in Ken- Â¬ close of the Teachers Institute 300000 hurt The horse became frightened and for a visit to aunt Ginnie Phillips U S Bonds 30000 Now it really isnt respectable tucky Mr Irwin Payne and wife and Mies turned the buggy over only bruising Cbas Nevitt has one of his students Other Stocks and Bonds 3183673 to bo a Republican of tho kind that Alice Brownof Harned wero at Nashville them up considerable and demolishing of Ellendalo College to boo him a Mr Specie 1615000 Currency is running party affairs here and in Wash last week taking in tho exposition tho buggy They wero very fortunato to Clark quite a pleasant young man T75 77 3865 77 ington They used to call it the nigger Rov S K Breeding began a protracted come out even this well Roy Dowden has typhoid fever About Furniture and Flxtu es 300000 party now the negroes are about tho meeting out at Oakland last Sunday He this time every year this fever begins Debts In Suit 35JIS IRVINGTON only descent ones left who affiliate with Is assisted by Rev Felix Roberts 4383 319698 here but our physicians manago it with Protest Acct tho gang headed by Hunter Deboo B F Beard and Mrs P M Beard have out trouble I 338643 98 Todd Taylor Franks Sapp Erdman and Mrs Richard Bandy is on tho Bick list LIABILITIES returned from And so our sister town Hardlnsburg their tribe And the negro suffers in was very muchFrench Lick Mrs Beard Miss Julia Greenwood is convalescent improved by tho trip 4510000 has carried tho day for local option by Capital Stock paid In in cash reputation by the association Surplus Fund aoooo oo MI83 White of Louisville is visiting twenty nine votes Miss Fronio Jolly daughter of John Tho women haye Undivided Profits 79639 Jolly Cave Spring was here one day last Mrs Coleman worked and prayed for it Due Depositors as follows t THE SEW ROAD Deposits subject to check on MIes Carrie Hall Is visiting friends in week the guest of Miss Maggie Baker Silver Dick Nevitt doesnt mind tho Mayob BAnnYSquiro Joe Mullen and which interest decline of silver Ho has this torrid lime Certificates is not paid 8277313 John P Haswell Sr was confined to the neighborhood ol Deposit Surveyor Chintz Royalty commissioners tempearture adopted decollete style of Mrs Bramlcta baby has been qulto ill his bed sovoral days last- - week from ill- Â¬ on which 3 percent intercompleted the survey of the now road to but is improving dress with elbow sleoves est is paid 8769704 17047017 the Tar Springs and Pipgah lost week ness He is able now to be out sgiin 1011 Misses Lewis and Rogers of Louisville Bro Pate filled his pulpit last Sunday Unpaid Dividends Dividend The candidates are staying out of town and will make a favorable report to the 80400 4 per cent declared today rrorning Rnd night Ho has been con- Â¬ court next third Monday The commis- Â¬ now a great deal Both sides are search- are guests ol Miss Bennett Funds to pay Taxes 473 Mr and Mrs Jollys little ones aro en- Â¬ ducting a Borier of services at Cedar sioners are to be congratulated for doing ing the woods pretty close Thoy want Grove and will commence protracted t 3S643 oS joying their pony and cart good work and securing a good road a votes State or Kintvckv much better one than was expected con- Â¬ ss There were nine teachers colored Charlie and Albert Marshall are rapid services atIrvington soon County of Breckenridge Our kind friend Mr David W Fair- sidering the lay of the ground It will oxamined here last week for certificates ly learning to ride their wheel A B Skillman Cashier of the Breckinridge leigh of Louisville is at Capo May the Bank a Bank located and doing business on Wall not be an expensive road to either the to teach Out of tho nine only one of Miss Breeding of Hardlnsburg has guest of Dr Ramsey Patterson a well street in the city of Cloverport in said county county or the public When completed them got a certificate been visiting Miss Batie Herndon known Philadelphia Counsellor Won- Â¬ being duly sworn says that the foregoing report Is it will be ono of the best roads leading Xfl W V Moorman was hero one day last Messrs Tom Beard and Lewis Kincbe der if handsome David can lead a german in all respects a true statement of the condition of to town and past able for man and beast week from Qlendeane He says that loe of Hardlnsburg were in town last the said Bank at the close of business on the 30th or play golf 7 the year round Tliis is only the begin- placo is shortly to begin the erection of a day of June 1897 to the best of his knowledge and week ning of the good roads movement T L Pusey arrived last Sunday from belief and further says that the business of said new flouring mill the cost of which will Misses Luella and Carrie Grodnis of Chicago for his for Breckenridge county and wo hope to be 0000 summer vacation with Bank has been transacted at the location named West Point are visiting Miss Lulah his father and family Dr W B Pusey and not elsewhere i and that the above report is see the work go on until every avenue Mr James Kincholoo who recontly Drake made in compliance with an official notice received in tho county is fit to travel over the moved to Louisville and Dee of Indianapolis will from the Secretary of State designating the 30th Carrollton to go into the jow good work Let the Miss Bennett gave quite n nice enter- Â¬ be bore this week to make tho old home day of June 1897 as the day on which such report whole year round elry business writes back that he is well shall be made go on we say and dont stop it even if pleased with tho town and his new tainment last Friday eve All report a Hyely A B Skillman Cashier good time Bomo of us are not directly benefitted And the News is free white and twen Â¬ home W II Dowhsr Mrs Hendry has been off on quite an ty one I What valiant eorylce it has F N DIIut-Directors Mrs Brandenburg makes a great blus Â¬ J T Skillman Ouu old friend McIIenry Rhodes is extended trip Wo welcome you back done socially and politically I How many a i Subscribed and sworn to before me by A B ter over a fow farm wagons going to mill conducting the Institute this week at Mrs Hendry homes greet it with cheor and good will I Skillman Cashier the nd day ofJuly 1897 right well is he doing in that town Why bless you cousin Brandenburg and Ciias 1 Skillman N P B C Mrs Richard Wrather has gone to Long may it live to add fresh laurels to Commission expires Jan 16th 1900 it He has developed into a great edu- wo have em here all the time And as Louisville to consult a physician We its editors I for flour we just ship that out to give cator and an enthusiastic school worker hopo you great success The Rov I B Timborlakos handsome QUARTERLY REPORT and we are glad to Bee it It is a noble tho railroad something to do Fact R S Bandys house will soon bo com- Â¬ profile graced last Sundays Courier Jour- Â¬ Tom Macy and his wife and two child Â¬ work A nd to sit and listen to the grace- Â¬ nal he is grand chaplain B P 0 E OF THE ful thoughts and bright ideas which flow ren are down with typhoid fever Mr pleted and will bo occupied by T N Mr Timbcrlako was pastor in cbargo of from his pleasant talks it is truly an Macy himself has been in bed three McGlothlan and family There were quiet a number of buggy Baptist church some ten or twelye years inspiration not only to the young and weeks but is now improving His fam ago and numbers many warm friends in BANKOFHARDINSBURG ambitious teacher but to thoso of us ily llvo on the Louisville road about rides taken Sunday attornoon That is tho congregation threo miles from town They all have right bojs and girls enjoy life who are older and know the value of an good attention Circulars are out for Brandenburg Nor- Â¬ nARDINSBURG KX Misses Alexander of Louisville and education All parties having watches or other Ella Hendrick of JJrandenburg aro mal and High School about the same as AT That was a great victory for tho good articles in my BUop that havo been on guests of Misses Nellie and Norah Hen last year School will open Sept 20th At tho Close of Business on the 30th day and the prospects are promising for a morals of Breckenridga county gained hands for three months and longer are derson Of June 180- 7good school Miss Mona Price will have at Hardlnsburg last Saturday It will hereby given notice that If not called for Miss Jen Hardin of Brandenburg has charge of the primary department and STORM bo felt all over the county and the good and charges paid on same in fifteen days been visiting tho Horndons Como JSJjA people of that good old town are to be from this date they will bo sold for the again Miss Jen we are always glad to she is finely fitted to take charge of tho RESOUROES smaller ones rCSS Thore is no good in charges on them for repairs T 0 Lew Â¬ see you congratulated Loans and Discounts less loans to The Meado County Deposit Bank cloo whisky to the man who drinks it and is Directors no 574 88 Mrs Dr W O Dugan and children of the further removed It is from him the 300000 Parties in the country who aro using Louisville spent a few days with Mrs ed last Saturday Tho President Mr J Loans to Directors Overdrafts unsecured 79 better off is he paris green on their tobacco beds should R M Jolly returning Saturday leaving W Lewis tho cashier Mr J L Fair Due from National Banks 186690s lelgh and teller Mr W Lewis go Banking House and Lot be cautious in handling it Ken Rhodes little Clark to remain a week 300000 SiLVKit Dick Nevitt says Meade will out as first class highly responsible pfll Other Real Estate of McDaniols lost two fine steers last 61346 Miss Lena Honsley and her brother glvo an increased Democratic majority summer from cers who have served most efficiently I Other Stocks and Bonds JWSoo drinking water where paris Norman made a flying trip to Louisville Specie Currency and Exchange for next fall and that Elijah Ashcraft will green had been used AVo fiayo to heard stopping with friends on their return to am not posted as whether thero will Clearings 1040843 carry the full strength of the party of other parties losing be any movoment to organize another stock by It 1 00a 00 Furniture and Fixtures Hardlnsburg Many other leading Democrats are of tho company to oporate a banking house The District Conference of the M E 5047077 Mr and Mrs Newman of LouUvlllo same opinion Mr C G foreman has a letter from church colored will meet here on the and his sister Hester are visiting Mrs LIABILITIES his son Robert dated Denver Col July 11 of August V G BABBAGE The colored people aro Newmans parent Mr and Mrs Bate la In Cash i tjccoco Mb Waltereon is digging Mr Clove IS in which he speaks of the snow Capita Stock paid Undivided Profits anticipating a big time 657161 Rov Ham Â¬ Washington land In tho short ribs again He cant storm which occurred in Leadville just Deposits subject to check on mond one of the ablest preachers among hit him a lick amiss To Mr Cleveland Mrs W J FJgjott gave a Flower beforo his arrival He describes how which Interest Is not paid 5435751 them will preside There will be other Time Certificates of Deposit more than to any man In the nation t SIEafiksssZksiEsSi preachers of note of their own race Luncheon in honor of tho Bay View beautifully the mountain tops looked on which 3 per cent inter does the Democratic patty owe its dis Â¬ Reading Olrclo It was quite a nice covered with snow Pikes Peak he par- Â¬ present est Is paid 6464164 1189916 ruption affair as Mrs PJgjott is capable of such ticularly mentions looking only four or ssxavi m m 8 Uo47 Tho local option election last Satur- Â¬ ssmmMiirwtMtSL 77 Mr Ernest Henderson is quite 111 five miles off which aro thirty five or Statk of Kintuc kv SS Tins hot wave is playing bavock with day was of general interest to thin town Drs Henderson and Cartledge came fifty Denver we remember Is 5280 feet County of Brcckenrldr e the corn crop in this suction bo say tho and tho country surrounding here down Saturday night to perform the op Â¬ above the sep level Bob left Kansas M If Beard Cashier of Bank of Hardlnsburg- a armors But we say dont cot discour- Â¬ When the petition waa filed six weeks eration but Mr Henderson was not in City with tho thermometer 102 la tho Lank located and doing business In he town of ago by the whisky men asking a vote shade and tho next day bo reached Den- - llardlnsburff In said county belnp duly sworn Is getting In eomo good work these daya a condition to undorgo it aged with tho weathur It will turn to on it and that It be confined to the cor- Â¬ nnd you should bo prepared to protect Messrs A M liardaway and Arthur vor ho found it 70 in the cool spots He says that tho foregoing report U In all respects a good in the end our porate limits of the town the belief waa Walker of Bewleyvllle spent tho oven is contemplating a trip to California or true statement of the condition of the said Bank at yourself froia hia cctttilrravH tnr kj close joth day protty gcnoral that they would carry it ing with tho Irvington Singing Class will ba with ud for uomo time and tho weather men nay hell Texas with hia cistern cleaner and egg thethe bcs of business on the and belief of June 1897 Tiik IIo Roiikbt Euuktt Woods is to to ol his knowledge and further The local optlonists however began Prof Russell takes great care and pains tester with which he is doing well cook everyone la his reach if theyre not clad In our Its a boy the first says that the buslnessof said Bank has been trans be congratulated their work in a quiet way and before the with his classes and likes to have pupils acted at the location named and not elsewhere day of election vote In town had the above report Is James E Bilckehy the and Its the dealer In wheat thats hit this been polled It everyconsidered so close from his other classes attend each meet Â¬ Tuxas who was pullingonglnoer on from with thatofllclal notice receivedmade in compliance 1 an from the Secretary was ing the local farmer tiwn not the of State designating the 30th day of 1S97 as when the polls opened Saturday morn Â¬ Hendorson yesterday when reaching the day on which such report shall be June We now nave everything that la dealrable la the way of made ing that both sides claimed it by a sinall R 0 Richards who Jias been on the this point had to go on through to M II Bcabd Cashier Its the cooks who need sympathy in majority All the while Tiowaver pub road for soveral months for tho well Louisville After transferring engines Goods a F UlABU Goods Un- Â¬ tbk trying weather Moans EskmoGi J Directors lic sentiment was working against the known clothing firm of HIlp Richardson at the shops and coming to the depot 5 QWJiiin wamamasssBSBBOSssssa open saloons and the local option people Co Louisville returned to his old he alighted from hia engine and calld Subscribed and sworn to before me by M It Mr Virgil Hardin one of Breckeri- - felt sure of a safe majority Boiheidas home Union Str last week for a short for a drink of water before he cmM Heard the sad day of July 1897 K 8 SkillmXn CItrk H C C ec uaty a mow prosperous farmers worked for votes fraity close up to 12 rost He reports a very succesful career put the glase tr hlq moath he fell JStC fm By FHANK Boaid D C Hvea Ih Holts bottom baa been oclock by which Mbm buk el the being that he was a new mu on the trated with heiat Mr Itttekeb wm la wa are giving Mrgaiita every day In So mm arolsAW take apacial paiaain omagra p oomsoftftMjr with flux vote had been cast Tk wowea wero road and not acquainted with the trade a serious coediUosi He waa Wwa to low for the tar tft feat snestuuor momas VrUm afM to tka farlUot He wtt mucu kin tbalr part Tby hJd jut opea He aaye thai he baa doe well awl thai Mm J A Murrays rl whre rvry troiiWa a kidn HI U Tk4 lai Mfc Ifatol ud GfAMrv loom aad his prayer to si the cuitrefe iow 9 kU hftN wel satiated all awhJak attention waa toStr lata y4nUy He blm fcrH Vat trtl iiil ssstf I aeon Vtock Title etotaiqb Ami a will be very gaasifyla thrt li to W psaay Nntofcl at 7 oeieek to Mas Frad Kay pny friend MKSKA good effect At laaat sooaMhliift proved friewk lil boasMlw MM a MptLVMVtf Jtyr x - Breckenridge News HARDIN8BURQ Â¬ Weak Lungs SIX PAGES IK rif piijrr m iv 1 Scotts Emulsion Prices Cut SUMMER GOODS DRESS GOODS 15c 10c 8c 5c Â¬ 25c Goods cut to 15c Goods cut to 12sC Goods cut to 10c Goods cut to PRICES ON Â¬ Straw Hats Gut to One Half Former price 100 HATS GO AT 95 HATS GO AT 50 HATS GO AT J v 50 35 25 tq Â¬ VEST Gregory 1 m Â¬ Â¬ 1 Hot Weather Drink H Iced Tea Gibson Cloverport Ky Â¬ The Best Quality of Tea Can always be had from -- Â¬ 5vvavvvtvmtv First Come First fiercei THE CLIEIOIf MILLS t j A New Broom Sweeps Clean They say and we have swept High Prices out of existence Assignee i 3vCffi3OX0Sffi5csyra Old Sol and Dress Cool Summer Wearing Apparel J 1 lu Summer Dry i W ln wk evl tt derwear Shoes and Slippers Light Summer Suits raw Hats ParaaoU umurcnas runs N i - mf utl T- - jWE rl BROWN mvmoTOH I ijmiL ijra v wmmLm - THE News A Heckleee Watte A Konuard street man who has until recently been tho possessor of a large mnatncho and very little hair shaved off tho former Whoa ho reached home lifter this sacrifice his family had to look lit him eovoral times beforo they Sw53prlpR5 BRKGKHNRIDQK TO RTF W NRW8 OLOYKRPORT KY DR MENDENHALL IMPROVED fwr i HP TSB 3 8 Breckenridge WEDNESDAY AtQ I Slf 11807 X DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CLEUK COURT OK APPEALS recognized him After awhilo they bo camo moro acenstomed to his altered appearance and finally his little girl whoso looks still denoted her Astonish ment said vSVelI anyway papa it was a shame to wasto your mustache Why didnt you havu tho barber stick it on the top of your headr Cleveland Plain Dealer ukcotk IRQflT TITPT V dm ana NDY CATHARTIC GHQL Al IYER CUE 2550 10 PniRlHTPPrt CUREC0H5TIPATI0H TiJJmB JiJ JMI Bill JgBP TillMIII eeilatlo Cecmtti eayeeaeef HiKKimil eoeeitirn nKiilni l1 ivuiriniinimi turn ALL DRW6lST3i rt Ike Ideal Uial ior inWiSr lilunvSftnnnnnnnnnnnK annnnunnuHuuHiL pure jjpple JJrandy t ITOXJ For Family or Medical Use WJHT1 1 5 vornti iraEflm Electric Bitters Electric Bitters is a modicino suited for any season hut perhaps more gon orally needed when tho languid exhaust- Â¬ ed feeling prevails when the liver Is tor- Â¬ pid and sluggish and the noed of a tonic and alterative is felt A prompt uso of this medicino has often averted long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers No medi- Â¬ cino will act more surely in counteract- Â¬ ing and freeing the system from the malarial poison Headache indigestion Constipation Dizziness yield to Electric Bitters 5Vand 100 por bottle at A R Fishers Drug Store Â¬ ilmBmimmimH IsmLVnrVBBBBmBmmBm SAM iTfrte SHACKELFORD Koucmcurr judge ATTORNEYi J UJJUJS T It AlOUlfiATU FOIl COMMONWEALTHS WEED S CHELF FOR STATE SENATOR ELIJAH ASHCRAFT FUSION TICKET FOR KEPUKSBNTAT1VE J H LENNIN FOR COUNTV JUDGE W E MINOR FOR COUNTY CLBRKt A M HARDIN A AtcGILL Denutv i ATTffRNBr - GUS BROWN OR CIRCUir CLERK 5 SKILLMAN FOR JAILER t FOR SHERIFF HARD OWEN D BEELER SCHOOLS FOR ASSESSOR GEO E MORRIS rOR i SUIT C K HARMAN FOR SURVEYOR Stdmp Grubblor This is the way otto of Caribous cro- jgtesfiivo furthers clears IahaT Ha- - has a portable fence wiiicn he can movo arouud without lunch Inconvonienco and he inoircles a stump with it plac- Â¬ ing within the inclosare two of his big- Â¬ gest hogs Then he goes to work with a crowbar and makes some holes aronnd tho stnmp filling the holes with corn or oats or buckwheat whatever ho has handy and tho animals get in their work In tho course of a few days the hogs havo so rooted tho dirt from tho stnmp that it is an easy job to tip it over and take it away Kennebec Jour- Â¬ nal Eur H JOLLY FOR CORONER LEE BISHOP REPUBLICAN TICKET TOR REPRESENTATIVE For three years we havo never been without Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in tho house says A II Patter with E C Atkins Co Indianapolis Ind and my wife would as soon think of being without ilourasabottleof this Remedy in the summer We havo used it with all three of our children and jt bas never failed to cure not simply stop pain but cure absolutely It is all right and any- Â¬ one who tries it will find it so For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman Stephensport Tale Tarnt What was tho latiolaviusl said tho tutor to a pitiable wretch of that order whoso intellects trunsfuso tho Bolid facti of positive knowledgo into a nobula of vague conjecture Boldly he concealed tho weakness of his defenses and faced tho enemy It was tho garment which the Roman matrons wore whan tboy went into tho Cloaca Maxima Equally uufortunato was the youth who volunteered to glvo the parentage Ho was of Trojan Ganymede said he the son of Mount Olympus and an oaglo Some doubt being oxpressed as to tho exactness of this biologioal statement ho proved his faith in au- Â¬ thorship and shocked a drowsy room into clamorous applnuso by reading tri Â¬ umphantly from the preface to his Ovid And Ganymede wan borno td Mount Olympus by an eagle Even tho mathematics recitation usually a desiccated repast was some timos flavored with a tasto of humor A much loved professor was deeply pained to coo an cstimablo young man whoso knowledgo was at his fingers ends put that knowledge into his poc ket upon tho professors approaob In a volublo attempt to cover his maneuver ho said Professor I think this sino of alpha cau bo computed upon a differ- Â¬ ent theory Sir mildly ropliiA tho professor it is a condition and not a theory that confronts yon Judgo Henry E Howland in Scribnors Â¬ Td Aihevillf North Carolina and Re Â¬ I make a specialty of Fine Apple Brandy guaranteed to be strictly unadulterated I use nothing but sound and ripe fruit My Brandy is all fermented in tubs not in cement cisterns so that mean disagreeable flavor is not detected Desirous ofintroducing my goods will mako special prices on one to four gallon packages 95 goods 200 per gallon and 07 COods I7C ncr trallotl f O fl All nnrWnirnc civnrilu scwlcd and shipped on snort notice For 800 Saturday Auguit 7th 1397 GUARANTEED TO CURE And Malaria In all Fonni Taatclen Nooo genuine without the store picture and the algnature ot J O Mendenhall CM CHILLS AND FEVER SO PREPARED ONLY BY SMITH AndyvillcKv t V Bucklens Arnica Salve Tub Best Salve in tho world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe- Â¬ ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and postlvely cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For Sale by A R Fisher llroDilos Tbo following method is recommend Â¬ The Southern Railway has decided to offer every ono an opportunity to visit Ashevllle in tbo Laud of the Sky the beautiful and picturesque mountain regton of Western North Carolina On Saturday August 7th round trip excursion tickets will bo sold from Lou- Â¬ isville for 800 tlckota good returning ten days This Is tho lowest rate ever made to Ashevllle which Is the world renowned all the year round resort for health and pleasure If you desire to visit the most beauti- Â¬ ful mountain region of American includ- Â¬ ing a day light ride along the famous French Broad River Asheyllle with its beautiful hotels and handsome residences and tho many points of interest in that picturesque rrgion do not fail to join this excursion Every arrangement will bo tlrst class including through parlor day coaches Pullman Palace sleeping cars and fast schedules For books on the trip to the Land of the Sky nnd other information call on or aJdrtss City Ticket Office Southern Railway 210 Fourth Ave Lou- Â¬ isville Ky Wm II Tavlob Asst Gen Pass Agt Treaaora fore Treasure trovo interests everybody Mr Robinson tells of 11 crowns of gold set with preoious stones found in 1858 by somo Spanish peasants near Toledo One of the crowns has tho Gothio namo of Sulnthila who reigned from 031 to 031 Who buried them Wo shall never know The brooch of Tara Irish work of tho seventh century was picked up by a child on the seashore in A viking robber may havo 1850 dropped it The bullion of English kings was found in 1840 at Cuerdalo whero it had boen laid in 010 Tho ring of Ethelwnlf of Wessex turned up at Lavorstock on tho Test A to draw Â¬ ings a friend of id loo found one by an intimate friend pf Michael Angolo in a dirty little print shop for half a crown At Morton my friend Mr Esson found a treasure trovo of old mezzotints beauties in tho attio over hs college Tho letters of Warwiok the rooms king maker were discovered in a loft ovor a coochhouso by Mr Maxwell Lyte The hi agio crystal of King Lo thairo in the British museum Was sold by a curiosity dealer inscription and all ior 10 francs Tho museum paid 207 But why magic The ball is ingraved with Susanna and tho Elders Othorwiso Miss X might go and have a sory in it Andrew Long in Long- Â¬ mans Magazine iiii Prloo cents at all Doalers IriD JT O MEIVPE1VTTALL EVANSVILLE Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order Good Sold by SHORT n We fully realize your thoughts when the idea of having dental work done comes but nevertheless they must have attention and the sooner the better SAZA3Atiijp We are prepared to do your work with a guarantee ArtToflffnltltr tn lak tHnl Tin nn stuff fim Revere jkrndaehvs ffrrfouintiii Meatlck- to give satisfaction at exceedingly low prices Why rJRxbiMUMlont nmnvn not nrvTt It ail by ucing MANH IMIAL 4 Bim naaamen We will be at Irvington on Wednesday and Thursday after the xwif iicip tn the uno of cwr cutt ntrTOOinti una letulckneM br this Inhaler the irttteit tlmuUnt and prerenuttr known Wonderful re fourth Monday of each month It is to your interest to consult us lef In liar Vrrtr and Aithma trBUY OUM11 MANN IMIALKH and you will aTwayi nw H HAYNES w DO YOU TRAVEL Ifjoa toVtffilt al PnMrtUU tvajferiu to Ht4 far Rok RfataaL Ota PRCQCO T1SCMXU anil tO CVftUaU Ul V ft a HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky J C BUSH D D S Cannellon Ind Wj Office on 6th St Dontlitrj in alt Its Dranchei practiced and all operation performed In the molt iklllful manner at prtcei to ault the timet extracted Poiltlrelr Without Pain Most Complete Dental Hoonie Crown and Bridge Work a ipeclaltj Teeth in Southern Indlann 8PECIAL LOW EATES RfXni VIA THE wmymrnmrn Z T COX Agent - B O S W RY TO Chautauqua Antcmbly Going August 2 to 23 inclusive Return limit August 31 - Ekron Ky JOHN P HASWELL JR FOR COUNTY JUDGE W 4 WM AHL FOR COUNTY CLERK OWEN CUNNINGHAM FOR COUNTY tORNEY I FOR CIRCUIT CLERK FOR SHERIFF t R N MffcLER SHERMAN BALL VB BURTON I FOR JAILER GUS SHELLMAN FOR ASSESSOR JOHN H COMER FOR SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS FOR SURVEYOR ANDREW DRISKELL CHINTZ ROYALTY FOR CORONER JOHN SPENCER BEWLEYVILLE Deferred from last week Miss ome Julia Sanders baa returned to her We havo had two good rains and are n glad Misses Blanche Jolly and Lena Drury ire at borne again Howard Drury went to Cloverport Sun Jay to stay a while Miss May Norris of IndianapollB is the ruest of Mm Rufus Cain Mr and Mrs R M danders of Louis illle visited relatives at Guston Sunday The teachers who attended the Insti ute at Ilanlinsburg report it a grand uccess Mrs Harry Stewart of Webster Is tho uest of her parents Mr and Mrs Jeorge Shumate Relatives of Dr Walker from fhe vicinity of Garnetlaville visited his folks Jaturday night Murry Blanford entertained quiet a crowd of his friends Sunday July 25th in honor of his birthday Prof A M Murphy of Logan Female College Raeselvllle called to see friends in this vicinity last Monday The R V R 0 will spend Tuesday July 27th with Mrs W J Piggott urs from early morn to dewy eve iTere is occasionally a sensation in roar midst that I have to omit because 1 not mm that my jurisdiction takes in thing Poytoa Shumate thrashed wheat for tretal faratr near by last week Lwdng the Matter was 0 D Harda way ho had 800 beabak Sunday July 25 was an extmmely d most J oar peefta re arm taf ined tbeiremesso that ourehareh nryicea were vry small I think the ladles Home Ideal will feavs to he indeed a superior paper to be prefsrsd to the Qoldearod iana of Uie clloms Jaaunal that came out last week The Republicans have done a alee Jibing for Hob Jolly IIke old OiMtnna ten called fmsaVrivaia lite he ought to obey the countrys oH and serve to Mm Lwt of bk ability Vomkt hw far honors extend I At reee OMwtlog U the Heading Otob Mm W J Pfafatt waa PswMwst Mm J K Wise chose Vice Prealdciat J Mtas alia HefWl r MicJUilwrawtlltMrkiMSMi tUM on Magna Jor sm sa lry v i - Irviaa UOLOBM KOU ys what iJoraai he doe not need what ft mum bat ed for bronzing objects of copper for example medals Dissolve 2 parts of verdigris acotato of copper and 1 part of sal ummouiao in vinegar Boil tho solution skim it and dilute with water until it no longer possesses a feebly metallio smell nor produces a whitish precipitate on tho addition of water Then let it boil again in an earthen A Sigh of Sorrow For tho Sinners of waro or porcelain vessel and transfer aou Breathed Out of a Holo In tho whilo boiling into another vessel con-it Â¬ Wall of an Earthly Vessel Known taining tho perfectly clean medals etc Among Men by the Name of Samuel and place the whole on the fire As Fish a Quaker who had been impris- Â¬ soon as the medals assume tho required oned color remove them and wash carefully Eggs of Charity Layed For tho in clean water Tho objects must not Chickens of tho Covenant and Boiled bo left too long in the aoid bath over With tho Water of Divine Love Take the fire becauso tho layer of oxide Yo Out and Eat would become too thick and would Tho Spiritual Mnstard Pot to Make easily scale off the surface whereas if tho Sonl Sneczo with Devotion the operation is proporly conducted tho Most of these wero published in the coating adhires so firmly that it cannot time of CromwelL St Nicholas be separated oven by scraping Of courso it is only after a certain Dr Kings New Discovery for Con- number of trials and with expert onco sumption that tho exact momont can be ascer- Â¬ This is the best medicine in the world tained for removing tbo objects from for all forms of Coughs and Colds and for the bath It is very necessary that tbo Consumption Every bottle is guaran- Â¬ bath bo not too concentrated as tho su Â¬ perficial oxide becomes teed It will cure and not disappoint less adherent Moreover proportionately Â¬ a whitish powIt has no equal for Whooping Cough der is deposited on tho modal which Asthma Hay Fever Pneumonia Bron- Â¬ turns green on exposure to tho air and chitis LaUrippo Cold In the Head and spoils tho appearance of the bronzing for Consumption Jowelers Circular It is safe for all ages pleasant to take and above all a sure Bloomueld Mo Feb 15th 1897 cure It is always well to take Dr Kings J 0 Mendenhall Evansville Ind New Life Pills in connection with Dr Dear Sir Your Chill and Fever Cure Kings New Discovery as they regulate has been a splendid seller with me the bowels We and tone the stomach and guarantee perfect satisfaction or return past twelve months and the sale is money Free trial bottlo at A R Fish- Â¬ steadily Increasing I consider it the ers Drug Stora Regular size 50 cents best Chill Cure in the market Ship me one 1 Gross soon as possible as I am and 1 out Wm T Kknnkr Your truly Johnj Hopklnj Johns Hopkins began life with u very How Ha Mads a Savins modest school cdubation and ho is a That xnino in Tuolumno county is striking example of what may bo dono costing mo a mint of monody said a by energy economy and perseverance He was 18 yours old when be loft his local capitalist to one of his employees I wish you would figure around and fathers farm on which he had worked since bis twelfth year bnt hard as ho sco if you cant mako a saving some Â¬ had worked in the country a still hard Â¬ where If you can Ill ralte your salÂ¬ er experience was his during tho first ary S0 a month But suppose I cant make a saving years in th city Inquired the young of 50 a month Boon after his arrival in Baltimore he obtained employment in his uncles man Well Ive tried to figure it out my Â¬ wholesale grocery store The work was laborious and the salary small Early self and I cant find where I can save n and late ho was at the store making cent If you can you are worth iSO a month more the fire in tho cold winter mornings All right sir Ill look into it running errands packing goods col- Â¬ The young man went over all tho aclecting bills receiving and delivering freight keeping account of slock help- Â¬ counts but he coold not flnJHvhero ho ing at tho books eta for it must be re- Â¬ could cut down a single expense Final Â¬ membered that when Johns Hopkins ly it occurred to him that ho was draw Â¬ was a clerk letter carriers wero un Â¬ ing fas a mouth for acting as secretary known sicam heaters undreamed of of the mining company Ive found a place whro you can and lightniug calqalators nninvonted The six years thai he passed in his save 35 a mouth he informed his uncles sjpro while toilsome were employer tho noxt day Ivo cut off that salary of 95 a month weve been pay Â¬ They tasght him methodeervkeable kal business habits and thsw prepared ing tbo secretary for doing nothing He got his raise r San Francisco Post him fer hip fa tare career as oee of the merchant pttwees of Baltimore one of Hundreds of thousands have been in- Â¬ that pesHtotorble trio of benefaetom PeboJy Pratt and Hopkins whose duced to try Chamberlains Cough Mllgbtemd liberality has provided Remedy by reading what it hat done for their adwptcel city with magnificent others and having tested its serits for MMRiaettta in the shape of libraries a are ts iky ittj warmest sutiyecsttyi afcospitai Of these taMlva sale by A RFhjhr Clo Mends For thte pwMIe twofaotots of Baltimore JoJibs MfkiM was the wealthiast and verport and R A Shellman Stephena- port fowaded two of ths west splendidly em tiowsd institutions that the werM has aver seen the Jehna Mnphins nnlvnr IbMMffttM Ml fntllitt CantMitUot stty ami thn Johns Monkls hospital The msrohaw of the Democratic and 8K Gnltnsn Populist Kxaentlw Committees of Breck sniiiVsa County nrnMby notified to FmNmMmIi BnMnr moot in joint assembly at 1 oclock In Far Mvnml ynaas I haw HardinstMirg at th count house on trottUao wish IndJgasttaw asnl djtssnpsia TIM t 12th day nf August 1867 and orta sjtlwnd Inianss pate I Tun menibiwi nfaaeh eosaatsUM art re- advialo try HoenVa hnnaacllk mk VsjnYtRBasni VV v9vsnngtUj guunuit it I hn4 ft nttnrl MiSK MJUMk My wm gtflng sm m uow c uVk BnWWan nan n bsntth la Bneh tsn I HInW Chw E S Com turn of tow Jan cam Mjrvnt nWy K Own IMmnJi An Tretty Nimel ITor Book The following aro some of tho curious titles of old English books A Most Dolcctable Sweet Perfumed Nosegay For Gods Saints to Smoll At Biscuit Baked In tho Oven of Char Uy Carefully Conserved For the Chick- Â¬ ens of tho Church tho Sparrows of the Spirit and the Sweet Swallows of Sal Indianapolis lua Annual Con- Â¬ vention Young Peoples ClirUt lan Union Going August 17 and 18 inclusive Return limit September 12 National Encampment Sons or Ve- Â¬ teran Going September 8 and 0 inclusive Return limit September 15 Noah Advertised people who didnt believe in advertising had to stay out in the rain for forty days They undoubtedly changed their views but their postofilco address has never been learned Try an ad In the NEWS for IhatDulMlme Ketllnf Hf Tho time of departure of the ark and nHtfalo mem N V O A It Cucamp Going August 21 to 23 inclusive Return limit September 20 CoIumdhs O Reunion of Amy or West Vlrarliila Going September 7 and 8 inclusive Return limit September 22 Cnlon Veteran Encampment sive Iiesrion National To make the complexion good and the bioath sweet use Dr Bells Pep- Â¬ permint Chill Tonic It purifies tho blood rids you of malaria and is an up- Â¬ building tonic aiding digestion Pleas Â¬ ant taste and pleasant effect It is guar- Â¬ anteed to cure chills permanently Short Haynes Two Blada of Garden Most of us havo met tho two kinds of Going September 21 and 22 inclu- Â¬ Return limit October 12 For further information as to special Rates and Limits for tbe above occasions and for occasions and points not men tioned herein consult Ticket Agents O S W Ry or address B J 91 CIIESDROUCHI Genl Passenger Agent Are you going to get wet mm8B8mmw8mmBm Cincinnati 0 At the Law Office of gardens which Alfred Austin thoEng llsb poet differentiates as owners gar- Â¬ dens and gardoncrs gardens According to the poet laureato nearly all the grand and costly gardens are gardeners gardens And then ho alludes to tho small cottago gardens littlo village or secluded plats cultivated and made beautiful by the pathetic expedients of whloh seem to havo a oharm tho poor that the others cannot rival It is in Â¬ deed the glory of our beloved art that it is open to the rioh and poor allko Thu former soek to make much of it the latter find somo of their sweetest joys and delights therein It is one of tho commonest of events for tho poor to grow flowers so handsomo and ao abundant that n monarch might well envy their success Flowers are tbo appropriate gift of love Is it strange therefore that success in their culture seems to be largoly in proportion as we love them Vioks Magazine Â¬ V G BABBAGE IK IIARDINSBURO CL70 tP B002 KEEPIKO SHOUT HAND jOi fa TELEQEAPHY PENUANSHir ETC M- vmu - Who desires to better his or her condition in life should write for tho Catalogue of tbo BRYANT No 400 TIIIBD STHEET I1OUIBVILI1B STRATTON V SSESa KY You Can Get A Deed Mortgage or any writ Â¬ RATES Z V PCB DAY The moiUontr llj licated Hotel in ttu cit ten Instrument drawn Rent buy or sell a piece of land Collections made and remit- ances prompt Copying done on tbe Call graph the best type writer in tbe world i Good Neat Printing Is just as essential to success In business as your rating with any of the merchan tilc agencies Write us for prices and All work samples guaranteed h XlJaaJXJaMUSJSaJljBaaaWaiammaT iSSjwfee IouisilleKy afjmMaM 1 1ITTBSi laWIIIIII r TfaT There is a time for every thing and tbo time to attend to a cold is when it starts Dont wait until you haye con sumption but prevent it by using One Minute Cough Cure tho greatest remedy for coughs colds croup bropchitis and all throat aul lung troubles Short Haynes Dom Sabtolllac FaT According to Tho NatioualStocknian theoretically tho uso of the subsoil should pay in most soils The settling of the ground the trampingOf toaips in the bottom of furrows and the absence of much organiq matter tend to exolude tbe air from the subsoil A thorough stirring of this soil loosening the whole mass to a depth of six or eight inches below the surface soil commends Itself to ones judgment Granting tbhylt is a somewhat remarkable fact that vory fow subsoil plows are ever worn out A progressive farmer will buy such a plow use it one season and then four times Out of Eva cast it aside His exÂ¬ perience does not Inspire hint with suMeknt faith to continw its use There are exceptions to this rule but comparatively few farmers practice sub soiling notwithstanding the antiquity of tbe Ben Tbe idleness of tho plows all over tho country is no alight oviuenoa of look of Tha diifioulty seoms faith in tnoir a tohenVat a anhsoil that easily packs a4 baMs hainis of anoh toxtaruft thatÂ¬ a aw soaring rain will compact aft er being stinod bysho sabaoii flow Dsob pJowhw in user Jtotive an it soda aouothar voftvtMbhi matte b rtohoM tho clayey particles apart Mors stirring of tho clay bMoath with out tho addition of asatarutl to nolo it sOOMyatoMiafly temporary in Its foots New Breckenridge News York - Laundry LouisvilleKy WINTERSflllTHS emu All ILU KlfrNBTs BlflBBES UMMftRT X6AMS 8 H U B I have resumed the ageiicy for the above Laundry which is the best iu the city and desire the pat Â¬ ronage of all who appreciate rHit in DWIKTSS Mnrsr GIAVtL BTC ETC First Class Work AND 35 YEARS SUCCESS ME A MAN MADETAHUnra rvm ITmUtTUURK ajajc Bja Prompt Delivery All Goods Called for and Delivered C W sVsnvnsnBvnnp rVD VT l W Aevae af 4i SSewXytrSlllr iaeU at ria -- aec aaatewa a2 JaSta all Mai ajSaaikaaa TovlltiLmAU TkMeaj UTJbu Taw flat asea kfea taulM Ewe aawt aMU aTwlan 9f mt Igywtiwea waaaeaejKaeye aaBTK SjaSrSJtt ttatw rStHniijiS few lusTr i Hows fika ear OWPWSS MC 0f CsMft JBSBmSpSjgSMOTt feort rwlMUlMCIvrr Hr atraiiclaUk Mr fcv dl BABBAGE fc H- - f THK Brkckenrime News W1DEN8DAY AUGUST 4 1807 lJr rZ34 I IjimbliDf Thoughts Jy JeM8 Tabor Copytlghted by Daw l34 l N r v - p r 5 3- 2 a W t tv3 M rhoea In 180J when I served my country hs a private in Company A 107th Pennsylunreasonably heavy structures day after vania Volunteers I contracted chronic day Thero is no wear of any amount diarrhoea It has given me a great deat about n ladder If it is strong enough of trouble ever since I have tried a o JL dozen difTdrcnt medicines aud soveral prominent doctors without any perma- Â¬ nent relief Not long ago a friend sent me a wimple bottle of Chamberlains Colli Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy and after that I bought pud took a 50 cent bottle and now J can say that I am entirely cured I cannot be thank- Â¬ r ful enough to you foi this great Kemedy and recommend it to all suffering veter- Â¬ UAKIKO A LADDEIt FIO I ans If in doubt write me Yours when first made it will he so as long Henry Steinberoer Allen To tub Ammtiouii Viewed from a gratefully as it exists No extra allowauco of ma- Â¬ Sold by A R Fisher selfish standpoint tin r is nothing so town Io terial need bo made on that account helpful as struggle in attaining an ambi- Â¬ Cloverport and It A Shellnian Steph- Â¬ Tho dosirablo features of n ladder aro tion Just think what a crowd there ens port least woight and tho greatest strength Tho first wo con have by using bass would be at tho top if the mountain of wood throughout sides and rounds or purpos were bored for a safety elevator Doctor and ratlents if wo can obtain it so called shoemako like somo of the Alpine summits But A physician with n largo practice for tho latter as it is still lighter than just because there is no beaten track but ees strange sights somo humorous Tho sides should bo tapered basswood only hardships and chilling reverses somo pitiful and somo irritating Sir both ways ns much as possiblo nud still Benjamin V Richardson commenting there is ami always will he room for retain sufficient strength It is tho on tho thesn singular sights The strenu- Â¬ tend to fact that in the doctors mind those who are successful weight of tho top cud that makes a lad- Â¬ produce ous effort that a writer has to put forth tho feeling All things are nllko to der heavy and clumsy to handle This is the great objection to thoso adjust delay In recognition for iustance all says he ouco surprised a bishop by able section ladders that are now offered the pittance of pay All these continue Buying that tho writer of Ecclcsiastcs to tho public They nro too top heavy year afler year wear out the feeble must have boon a doctor Thus writes a contributor to Tho Farm Onco a woman who kept n fuel store hearted and give large field for the lion and Fireside who is also authority for hearted who even If unaucctssiul at first brought hor husband to Dr Richardson tho following AMUA rrssrJf for later in a littlo cart with his body covered out of their failures get strength Yififrri Tho strength of tho sides lies in thoir with small coal under tho idea that by successes shape A round or squaro stick is not this means sho was keeping him warm Seek ye the power to rule your fellow mm nearly us strong ns when tho Bumo Another woman to whom ho prcsorlbed cooh ny right of silver spetch or golden pent nmount of material is changed into a Ituftti an ether mixture thercforo volatile rite Siekre above thecommon hard board or strip of one half its thickfirst mado it warm in order that it ronucfc I earn lint thyself to rule the wise nun cries ness but twice as wide Besides tho no ciow BrjVa Ufejwei might bo agreeable to take Seek ye the power to save thyself from fall holes for tho rounds weaken tho round lie was called in tho early days of Anil so obtain the mastery over all t TMiornr vrzif e or squaro stick a great deal moro than his London practice to visit a servant in Learn says a wiser still to conquer late they do tho flat This prlnoiple is plain- Â¬ a large house aud overheard tho mis Ye netds mutt be in all things temperate ly shown at Fig 1 a representing a AKU6 EHHHHQ tress nsk tho honsokeepcr What sort stick ouo inch square b u slat one of a man is ho and how did he come YIELD AND FOOD VALUE COMPAUnD half inch th6k and two inches wido To Croakers If the balloonist now Did ho drive tho station from 1 to 8 years old which and o n board ono fourth of an inch I think youll Hko him maam drifting ocroesthe flgld North asserted replied the housekeeper but poor bavo hardly attained their priino nnd thick and four inches wide Although tfiat his beloved homeland did not exist on soils not thought to be best adapted all thrco forms contain tho samo quan- Â¬ for the reason that it was out of sight man ho is only a walking doctor yet Pcoplo made a distinction between to heavy growth tho average yield of tity of material a ono inch holo would he would not be more unreasonable than tho walking and the driving doctor in green fodder from five crops of four out cut tho first clear off leavo ono half of we who decide the world to be retro- Â¬ former days tho second aud ouly tako one fourth of A physician with n largo tings each was over 17 tons per acre the third Thus tho wider tho board grading and worthless as a whole just paying pructico used to rido in a chariot This yield and its food value as combecause we ourselves are retrograding which cost 300 guineas Now peoplo do pared with high avcrago yields of other tho less it is weakened by the holes Tho proper sizo of tbo sides must of or our outlook is cheerless The world not care if a doctor comes in a landau prominent forago crops of tho furm nro graphically shown in tho cut hero re- Â¬ course bo governed by the length I is wide and the view of any one person or a brougham or a cab provided he produced from tho bulletin quoted Tho have now iu uso an 18 foot til basswood narrow Because perhaps for us there oomeg quickly Tho old physician wus known by blocks at tho left represent by their J ladder with sides of tho fallowing di is no good thing at this moment we may width tho comparative relations between mensions 1J by 8 inches at tho bot- Â¬ evciybody as a doctor Ho woro a long even deny blasphemously that there is broad tailed coat knee breeches Hestho total crop yields the shaded portions tom tapered five eighths of an iucli by sunshine for anybody for we try to be sian boots a frilled shirt with ruffles at show tho rclativo amounts of digestible 24 inches nt tho top Tho rounds aro IIuvh only in those things we see We the wrists and a large white cravat of matter in tho yields aud tho black turned U inches at the middlo and ta areas aro proportionate to tho quantities pered to lit soven oighth inch holes at S4e selfishness but we do not se far tho finest lawn Ho carried a cane with digestiblo protein tho ends Tho whole weighs 24 pounds enough for there Is much else in tl e a perforated box at tho top which hold of It is so easy to handle that a person of camphor or some other smelling sub world that is better Wesee immorality The Hiding Plow common strength can toko it by the near us hut we must be blind if we con- Â¬ stance When ho was called to a consulÂ¬ What second nud fifth rounds and easily raiso tation he expected to find a tablo plished has tho riding plow accomclude therefore that all women or all spread with wine glasses This question is answered ns a decanter of follows by a contributor to tho Iowa it from tho ground When first made Â¬ 15 years ago it was intended for hiv men or both are plunged in a seething brandy and a bottlo of wine Youths Homes toad ing bees Sinco thon its purpose has caldron of vice Take a broad view of Companion It has mado things oasicr for tho been lost sight of and it has boon used life and despite murders rapine cruelty driver but harder for tho team I havo for all purposes picking apples paint Â¬ 100 Howard 9100 you will be convinced the hands of time two riding plows both good but I find ing buildings served for carpenters move forward Bear in mind to your The readers of this paper will be pleased that it is about as fatiguing for thrco uso in building has been loaned to comfort that the things of good are ever to learn that there is at least one dread- Â¬ hor fees to draw cither of theso plows as noighbors and has answered as a barn quitter than the things of evil and yet ed disease that science has been able to it is for two horses to draw a common ladder when not otherwise in use and hand plow of tho samo sizo at the samo today it is practically as good as when as the quiet river erodes the land more cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh mightily and moro effectually than vol- Â¬ Halls Catarrh Curo is tho only positive depth Tho riding plow is tho plow for now I have also an 11 foot addition to tbo canic outbreaks so these quiet elements cure known to tho medical fraternity boys old men lazy men and cripples It can bo set by means of its levers so same ladder making outside of the lap of humanity are working our whole Catarrh being a constitutional disease as to run at tho desired depth thon any- Â¬ 20 feet in tho clear Tho sides of this selves ever upward desplto the crashing requires a constitutional treatment body who can inanago a team can plow are straight 14 by 8 inches and tho of downward tendencies noises Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally aud do fairly good work aud a reason- Â¬ lap is Bhown in acting directly on the blood and mucous able amount of it but it is done at tho Fig 2 Tho lower oxpenso of an extra horso and harness end of tho laddor surfaces of the system thereby destroy- Â¬ How sweet it is when soft Spring shoots appear To mark their dainty dress their color clear proper has a ing tho foundation of the disease and and with thrco times the cost for a And follow forth with farcys lilmei eye notch to rest on giving the patient strength by building plow Their futures glorious possibility I havo no word of disparagement for the upper round up the constitution and assisting nature tho riding plow becauso it has coino to of tho addition This tender twig with dewy verdant spray in doing its work The proprietors have stay aud I fully apprcciato tho rido and the addition Fresh as the promise of a new born day so much faith in its curative powers when I am n littlo tired or footsore Fed by the suns pure rays th untainted air has on Its upper that they offer One Hundred Dollars for Tho point I wish to mako is that tho May grow a trie majeitical and fair end an iron clasp any case that it fails to cure Send for riding plow is tho moro expensivo and to hold it firmly So rhllJhnods years with anilous Joy we vew this extra expense brings nothing but in Its place This lists of testimonials Knowing the noble deeds mankind miy do comfort to tho driver A good plowman olasp is made of Yet fca Ing lest the step of sordid gain Address FJ CIIENEY Co Toledo O can turn Just as good a furrow by hand Their promise pure unworthily should ttaln baud iron and BSfSold by Druggists 75c as ho can by wheels and levers The Or lovely poisonous vine with soft caress fastened by a Their bounding healthy upward Jife compress inventor should try and modify tho rid Â¬ fivo sixtoonths A Mew New England Or boughs of other trees with selfish growth ing plow so that it will rest tho horso bolt Tho wholo The trolley roads says Alvau F San Â¬ as well as the man Induce a tikly feebleness an I slolh oombin at ion born in Tho Atlantic are rapidly cov weighs 44 ering Massachusetts Rhode Island and An Omaha Show pounds and can O miy we strive who now have reached our Connecticut with a network that is A trausmisslssippi and international na ii laddku Vv ith ho easily handled frlme slowly and surely redistributing tho exposition will bo held at Omaha from apdition Though dwatfeJ perchance by Ignirance or by ono person population It seems almost inevitable Juno 1 to Nov 1 1898 As reported by As it is not always praotical especially crime Tucetrthe gioundnnJ glveths Nations youth that a great part of tho present rural Country Qeutlemau tho grounds in for long laddors to secure basswood for area of theso three states will ultimateThe air if Irredom and the sun oflruthl cludo about 200 acres Tho company is tho sides wo havo to resort to pino or ly bo included in tho suburbs of their to havo n capital of 1000000 and cedar poles Iu this caso we should not numerous and widely scattered indus it is stated that nearly half this amount sacriflco future convenienco for tho litTo Sad On kb Mark the tapping at the trial centers aud of their dozen or moro has been subscribed Tho railroads havo tlo may barometer during the next rain spell larger cities When this condition ar-Â¬ contributed 1100000 government and As timo itbefore- - tako to dross tho polos J said poles it is not the thickness No matter how lowering the sky if the rives if it docs arrive rural life will stato appropriations amount to 300 of tho half that gives them their 000 western states aud territories havo strength but thoir width They can be mercury rises upward eyer so little you havo become suburban nnd farming aside from market gardening will havo appropriated 55000 aud tho Illinois reduced to nearly one half of their thick are sure of tho better day coming where- Â¬ in the rain hath its rest and the sun its pratically disappeared Tho bicyole and appropriation is 116000 Agriculture ness from their rounding sido of good roads are exerting n minor but and livo stock will bo mado prominent course and uot loso very muoh of their victory Look out now through the considerable iufluenco in tho samo difeatures Profossor F Y Taylor Is strength steaming lattices of your soul scan all rection chief of the bureau of agriculture horthe afllictions that haye come on you Equally important is tho fact that ticulture forestry and irrigation and is Harvesting Machines from every side Question thorn closely largo arena in ull sections of New Eng Â¬ negotiating with tho largest irrigating Yhilo plows aud other agiicultural as it were to see if sorrows will ever land uro iu process of transformation company in the world which he hopes Implements of American manufaoturo Will install an irrigating exhibit coverto a considerable amount in dollars aro cease Then you will note an upward from furms to sites of country 6eats exported to many foroign countries the tendency Iu them all promising a bright Residents of tho cities are coming moro ing ten acres moro to vuluo of the American harvesting ma Â¬ er day wherein peace dwelleth As the and country mako their rcul homes in News and Notes tho They oro building their exported is groater than that of lash the earth with fury yet country houses storms It is said that tho Dwarf Essox is the chinery them American harvesting ma with moro comfort and uuy of clnthri it with verdant beauty so your moro solidity and are living in them a best variety of rape for tho United chines mowers reapers and biuders afll ctlotis cleanse away evil and weak much larger part of tho year than States and so on are used all over tho world Tho next fafstock show will bo hold and In many countries extensively Bess and uiiproductivem si In your formerly The conutry season cxteuds chhrarlttr that good may the more freely already from tho 1st of May to tho 1st Iu Chicago Nov 0 20 In addition to American machines like other Amer- Â¬ tho fat stock provision lias been mado ican products aro copied by foreign of November aud is sliil lengthening abound Improved railway aud steamboat trans Â¬ for an exhibition of agricultural and mauufaoturers but tho foreigners aro portation the multiplication of largo horticultural products also a poultry of course a year behind The American iTo All The death of an individual fortunes greater leisure above all a show ntachiuo pltwcd on the market contem Â¬ After you huvc picked early tomatoes poraneously with the forolgu copy is prominent matters very little growing appreciation of tho sports and however three or four weeks run the cultivator likely to contain improvements over tho except fo a few immediate friends and resources of country life havo contribto this result It looks very much between the rows if tho vitlcs will ad Â¬ machine copied from ono of a year be Â¬ relatives The few1 who suffer loss are as uted as if our urban society wero attaching mit Farm Journal says that this will fore nud it is sure tq have some touch nothing to the millions who not know itself primarily to the laud living on renew tho plants starting a second of superiority in detail or workmanship tug the deceased feul no poignant grief the laud and leaving it for tho city only growth harvesting machine are i American If all I have ever iu tho festive season Whether this tend at lik departure If wheat la to follow oats havo tho tho best in the world tho lightest tho written More Is fals this at least Is eucy will produce agaiu V landed aris- - maiiuro you intend to apply roady to uuuijruw uuu iut ucbi ituapteu ra ttwir luatorl lt nil nrlaj4iMw n nllm spread on tho stubble boforo it is plowed uses New Yprk Sua trif d truo unlvorlly Viewed from tnrraflV of I wealth whq can say Ouo It in claimed that all kinds of plant ImUt w owh uMrtsi some of im feel forms Iaper riant Httrned viewed from thing only is sure it would produce lice yiold to kerosene emulsion IMtJTesl kr wWi Iwppriswice Kaukauva Wis July The ex thereby a new New England Fall plowing lesseus the number of tensive pkut of tho Badger Paper com oaly uatts In a whbMt w cutworms the following spring awK living its life ad tlwn iiavriy waT totally destroyed br Are ly Celery grows bH oa soil jkat is fall jerday wornlug Tlw i SaesWIfMIll Mwl HSMrW for wU t of nature UhU has beeti applied U fJ0OCO partly coved W hsamtasawsi taf Tbe mv fsf Mm mtk momU aboat fdMUCO ptevioM cropa la Ha MtrviwM in Um J v aLAaf I lias I aWaf WsTsaW aWaf tWa PVarWnV IMC fafV Jimjf TIM HM We a y F v NVf iM ftyM OsulH At mmh la iHtlei always To tjMlt soaMta aaalty a4 k wag ciu altajy na K at WtpTMfAagjaaat aaVJent satlifae sssMUssL asHk Mil atttl an vtaw tw4 NevV lias a WHMaw- - vat torrirerMaoldor fever tUt makm W4staasNt mm awe bwlmay U Anuria Sas Ohm mmnm Msirt aSM duaMgatiaa M If k Wt mlhim Was mfr mm lafsV m mmpmfismsv miwim 3 J -wm sv tmmm i j m vrv you humbled in the dust to have the many dazzlod at your accomplishments But It tlmllng or despite lurk in your heart as the great gain ol rising you liayo missed the grandest pleasuro of power lie who actually hampers him Blf iu order that others may be uplifted Is greater than he who moves upward aloue The hampered one tots other forces at work the credit ol which is really his The imperious cold hearted one stands atone When he ends his power ends and ho leaves no beneficiaries behind him to carry on their work along lines to which he first gave the Im pulse in their hearts Â¬ Â¬ To Rising Osrai It is a delightful Bcnufttlon to rise In the world to have tho- few who thrust out the tonguo at - Tilings done lfVrTVVtfV1lVVlVTVfyVVVVvytVTVTVTVtVfTVlfVVVVlVVrTy lerred with our bones not merely dreamed about are the and things that make us Have I nt crest for our fellow creatures And theeo works must bo done without expectation of full recognition Ah offering of previous servico to the world is and must bo large- Â¬ ly impersonal for though our deeds may be widespread our own individuality is known to hut few This is as it is with our rulers Wo know them as names only impersonal they remain always un- Â¬ LADDER MAKING VALUABLE ALFALFA til we See them iDKlmrioi 3S3rHwtt Wte b ajiBI nna TUVsl v TvTr 1 JV J Farm and Garden GREGORY Wkirfustm ftlVERTMT Local Agent CO Aptfe KENTtKKY Stank Some Interesting Items for Our Agricul tural Neighbors i luteYX WiS52Z lottJ rWMrrtH wop tottY d BEST TRAINS Kansas City Monfaht Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha St Paul Ntbraska Black Hills VIA NiMttHd Fwtlllztr CiiHiy Stanton Oil Cupi Dealers In A Remarkable Cure or Chronic Diar- Â¬ fe lia Increased Cultivation Compared With Other Prominent Forago Crop Alfalfa has spread by successive steps from its prqbable native homo in tho west Asian valleys to Greece Homo tho Mediterranean colonics Mexico South America California and our western mountain nud pralrio states As lucerne it wa raised in New York many years ago without success but its remarkable popularity in tho west has again attraotcd attention to its merits aud its culturo is rapidly extending It has been grown at tho New York sta Â¬ tion for several years and has yielded heavy crops of very nutritious fodder Experiments in feeding alfalfa to milk cows lias given at tills Btation very favorable rosults In a bulletin from tho New York sta Â¬ tion alfalfa is compared with corn as follows Farm animals of all kinds find tho fresh material very palatable na muoh so as corn and it is much richer in tho nitrogenous or inusclo forming matters than is corn It thus supple Â¬ ments tho nitrogenous poor corn ration aud supplies tho lackiug ingredient iu a highly relished form As compared with tho maturo fresh corn fodder fed at tho station tho alfalfa forago con thins a littlo moro moisture ash fiber and fat much less staroh and similar compounds times as but nearly muoh of the nitrogenous protein and of this protein about 77 per cent is in tho form of easily digcstiblo albuminoids Alfalfa will furnish thrco or moro cuttings each year and from Holds at Â¬ Desirable Feature Are Least Weight and Greatest Strength As n rule farmers aud fruit growers mako thoir ladders too heavy Thero is an endless wiuto of musolo in handling Doors Siwh Blinds Yellow Tine floor Ing nnd Celling Weather Hoarding iuv lcrXclS ft Will w a tattle to- - -- i - Shingles Salt Lime Cement Laths Floater Flaetcrlng Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc EstlaMtes Furnished far liilhllsja kmI BallalH Material m0 rD Jt o SSteJf5eaiesPy gE Secede e a evorry Tt5iiMren - XiVld t v eLraiitee 8itaoll Sor rV iir are 2 lost itld St Louis or Chicago VPSTiimcn SLEEPERS UalAII r M BANK 0 SnU SStllSU tbimc Ma MO UP lsBtjCWfc SnZZ HATNES DINiUfi CAMS CARS SEATS FREE RUQQ TRAV PASSH AOCNT T LOUIS HOWARD ELLIOTT OCNL MOR ST LOUIS IWWAKELCVaCNLPASSRAaTSTL0UI8M0 HAEDDTSEU B 7 BEARD President WILIi MJLtKR Vlae PrsiU M II BEARD OashUr Sold by SHORT JH Â¬ Hiinsche QW Â¬ With a yearly slaunhter of about 14 000000 muttons and lambs a possible growing export trado in live muttons an annual Increase of at least 15 per cent In mutton consumption and less than 35 000000 sheep In tho country the prospect for an overstock of sheep within the next dozen years is not particularly brilliant Farmers Homo Journal HOW TO FIND OUT Fill a bottle or common glass with urine and let it stand twenty four hours a sediment or settling indicates an un- Â¬ healthy condition of the kidnoys When urine stains linen it is evidence of kid Â¬ Too frequent desire to ney troube urinate or pain in the back is also con- Â¬ vincing proof that the kidneys and blad- Â¬ der are out of order WHAT TO DO Thero Is comfort in the knowledgo bo The TAILOR BEARD MORRIS KSKRIDQE J R M JOLLY Dlr with Will be in Clover INTEREST PAI0 ON TIME port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month Is YOUR FORTUIaires vftur DEC I Casper May Co IND Wyifii- 1 OANNELTON Keentha llAfl nnd Ihraut clear and heal nnu tiiii r ml nu nnn iirniniRaiwaTnuL nrmniiu CUSIIMANH MEVniOI INllAIKKIitha irreateAt relief to - mankind In all head troubles JUKIH COLD80KR TIKOVT CA Â¬ odor orCntnrrh dis TAKKII Ita appears bT That nwnil nte Wonderful In ITar Kererand AaUima Ur RUY ONLY GVSIIMAKH I JO cant II l Drnnttli M4 rr II Br nkll SO eeali Smi fr Hnk M Hatbel frae Tnnp tipHtth VniiihftmilnfNft la nn cisuais oniu CO tixcuiixs iju is B a 11 Â¬ Â¬ HOW TO TRAVEL B Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Trains leave Lonisvillo as follows inability to hold urine and scalding pain In parsing it or bad effect following uso SW BA- O St LouisItAILWAY Cinclnnatl and the and the West of liquor wine or beer and overcomes No so No 6 N6 8 that unpleasant necessity of being com- Â¬ Lv Loulsvila warn 8 93am 2 45pm St Louis Ey Co pelled to get up many times during the Loinill1 Henderson Ar Cincinnati ssjam 11 55am 605pm Columbus Ar iticnm jiipm 1103pm night to urinate The mild and the ex Ar Ilttsburg fln 6 jo am is7 ajam oam Ar Washington traordinary effect of Swamp Root is soon s 2opm Ar llaltimore 7 30am Tine Card In Effect June 20 97 realzed It stands tho highest for its Ar Philadelphia 10 15am 3 40 pm I 3oun Ar New York s 53pm wonderful cures of the mott distressing East Hound No 41 No 41 No 46 Ar lloston 3 oopm 9 05pm casses If you need medicine you should Nraln No 16 has elegant Tutlnian nufTet Parlor Lv St Louis 7 Mini 8fipm Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Kvansville havo the best Sold by druggists price fKJani Wilpm 241nn dining cars Clnrinneti to Washington Sleeper and Baltimore Henderson 24rt 715 30 Philadelphia and New York without change fifty cents and one dollar You may bpoUaville 738 37 328 Train No 18 haa elrgant Pullman Parlor Car to Ovrensboro 4 CO 818 344 havo a trample bottle and pamplet both Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining llawesville 4 SO 440 JU cars Cincinnati to New York without change Cloverport BIO sent free by mall Mention the Bkkck 945 5ai Train No ao has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 10 W Stephensport 6 25 52 oclock to receive passengers ENniDQK Nknb and send your address to 9 1045 603 657 Imnetoir 11 12 Brandenburg 6 21 617 Dr Kilmer Co Dlnghamton N Y St Louis Springfield and the West 1235pm 7 45 7 3d ArrLoulsvill No so No 16 No 44 The proprietors of this paper guarantee Lv Louisville 8opm 813am No 4 No 43 Np 45 135am West Hound the genuineness of this offer 6 40pm Ar St Louis la 3cnn 7 isam often expressed that Dr Kehners Swamp Koot the great kidney remedy fulfils every wish in rolievingpalu In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passages It corrects 0 S W EY TinyCE TJLBXjE Henderson Houte 1 l YY lOHE MMET KY REPORTS Aug 3 18S7 LOUISVILLE Shippers ittOBld mark all packages plainly with shippers nam and poit ofiot addren Choice country Medium Creamery ArrSLLouls Louisville Itrandenburff Irvington Stephensport Cloverpoit Hawesvltl Owensboro Spottsvtlle Ilcnderson Evansvllle 1011 1035 7C0im 450in 823pm BW 851 6 43 915 962 1021 951 720 9i 7 39 U35 1217pm 9 47 1010 1240 1040 115 804 915 1016 1068 1148 12 1223am 6 8 40pm Ar Springfield 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m dally Cfiarlestown accommodation leaves at J 30 p m except Sunday Trains Nos 16 20 and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis 732 115 720 is ssa From East m 3 so TRAINS ARRIVE 7 15 a m ta 13 noon- - am 6 40 p m BUTTJtR XQOS AM trains run through Solid to Evansvllle Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trains oetween St Louis Evantvllle and Louis Wile Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvlnirton for Fordsvlllc and llardinsburg daily except Sunday II C MOUDUE A o A Louisville Ky r Freak FEATHERS Prime white goose Mixed Old No 1 duck 12 2B L Hi St Li Ryi Fordsllle Branch 0 30 1897 From West 7 at a m i 13 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river For detail information regarding rates time on connecting luies sleeping parlor dining cars etc address R 8 BROWN District Pass O SW Ky Ticket Agent D 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHESSDROUGir General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio G n WARFHL Aasistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio POULTRY 54 TIME TABLE Ne uenaper lb Duoki per lb Qeete per doi Spring Chickens per dos POTATOES Irish per barrel new Now La Sweet potatoes per bbl From store 3 to 5 eta blghsr Nary Beam per bushel ROOTS Ginseng Senlea Snake TAKING 8 EFFECT 1IAY s 75 76 West Bound Trains Dally I Dally ex Sun ex Sun 1 J 40 S01 o 3 00 Hast Bound Train Dally I Dally STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun Np 2 No NoB Nol 10 60am Lv Irvlnrton Ar 9 oOam 11 25 Garfield 8 00 7 42 II 40 Ilarned 1147 lunctlon - 7i7 65 10pm 25 1235 12 66 11 12 12 Safety Comfort llardinsburgJunction Glendeane Dempster J 40 34 ITS Pink Â¬ Yellow Wild Ginger 1JK a ll 2t 21 6 Kirk Jolly 7 27 7 17 7 OS Ii t 105 120 1 1 Lady Slipper Blood M7 ppl 3K Â¬ Â¬ IK iyi FIELD SEEDS Timothy per atuhel Clover per buahe Crimson Clover per bushel Red Top pea baihel Orchard Grass per bushel Blue 0 ran fancy par bushel Blue Grill extra per bushel Onion Bets Yejlqir per bushel 140 4 60 8 00 00 1 SO 1 SO 6 38 Itockvale X 6 f0 Ruth 215 6 26 Asklns 230 Oaks 610 Mitchell 2 6pm ArKnrdsvilleTv gflCaaa 45 65 05 arHallailoughlv Dempster 6 44 660 630 620 60S Imk and EvansTills Packet Line Fait Hall Line Between Louisville and Evansvllle 8TKAMKRS LsHlsyllle H Â¬ etideff ooiSI 25TO 4z LoylsB vCs F M E G RAGON Ryan Master Peaay Matter WA Â¬ White Â¬ Â¬ Sheep iklni Tub washed Grease In Burrr Blaok Green rood Dry Salt good um i guuu BIDH 2 tO 3 SO 13 TIMS SCHEDULE Taking Elkeet TARASCON DL Sm Pattec - Ii T Cccaar FwMr if WOOL H ifa UM V cs ib SO ii 631 bUVIufaj Kij 301117 MatlSpxmd Train trl Sound Train MM MaM Rll mi TELL CITY Ballard Master W B XfmUU trw m P D STAGGS 31 33 IS W 18 B Kxpra Hxpri Dally 4f0pm 6 03 6 40 6 43 Barry nd Cots MIBWJEIiljANKUUB XNlWftlteaeei Sorfliia MeUeHM f sat a A dt 11 Dally 7 30am 7 43 If 33 2S 631 818 8 21 663 618 626 60 0d 831 i 8 42 V 9 07 9 861 869 915 Â¬ AaflHK I araBBBi nis- HH5 J JEAWB BpT f JLj 661 659 707 712 7SS0 93 931 932 961 966 9 43 60 Sally exeept fiaUrday bt UtfW Hew Aiasterdan Freight shipped by this Has UrlVtMd sjaUk 13 35pm f tism IvUan Kentucky St 1123 K than by rail TM West Point 1160am 665 TraTelen will Sad tbo ar 1143 Howard 661 Wllloirdale 1136 patted la eqaJtHBeat and snnmnitaiafii 646 Hock Haven ll8 64 The bst wltsary are eeoplojed M aast Long Brapch 1131 6X4 Brandenburg 1112 he aenu Is eual to that of the Wt batti 626 Xkron it Of JU8 ttacat 176 and 178 4th Af Ouatou 105J 610 Irvington lOth CoftllTlll 6t3 W37 Webster 660 iOtl 642 Ix4lburK DJiPKNWY W If STATIONS Kxpra Dally Knr ptar Dally taN eat aar 7 724 734 744 if Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Cloverport hop4 aHHlaaaa KiNJf1C lK tt A 764 864 111 Mil Mil 1026 W36 Holt 1020 1016 1007 1002 9 43 6 6 30 6 2s 969 to 927 W 8 47 tit 598 ICO 4 OVWar4AMBTP SPt litis r VJ Sfg 1106 M43 Hawesvllls Petrle -- m vt Â¬ Ota IB 8 P 9Sf 1U4 lc0J tf lafKirt Waltman tU 0J 864 il ill 414 M rtv A OvfWsaWts aw JCjTi u acaeggr 13 ML OweietUS U41k i I aBHsBBBBBSFSrAsBiBBBBaSBHaV rly H If CMJ 8 nr R 47gelS II r fS 8 to f msWlta f aaVssiBBSssstt0SBSssT asssll jbil sssssssssssssWsssssVI laW ftaBtatkaLat i sA le1tsli Pills t fr VUaaMy i iep Sunday with iralea UAMMJhmt aad Foraavilla Vraasah -- VvjkaMTjnyn HHBrSasssssssssnsBSBav VlAsBssssBsaaiBsssr -- mmMh k- - ARsKasMSJT ji Jl 1 J V-- f- VT1 - tVTBSJElORfr KY JBRECKENRIME - NEWS - Hardlnsburg still remains lobe dry farmers in his section are needing rain badly L E T Marlow went to Whltcsvlllc Fri Nice clean straw in bales cheap day -- ffffe fftN JU II TUT J TOtHwjn WVJ Al ZUa Sulzors taken in time will prevent M V Marlow went to Hawcaville Iicntca next Saturday at Una ton and Saturday Thoc 0 Touiey srxnt Bund at Holt llalltown Dr Chambers of near Floral was in dyspepsia biliousness malaria Morzaa Fountain of Holt wi In town Sat W Orudo carbolic acid it puriUes try urday tho city Friday fleTSTy4 LJM constipation jaundice torpid it Sulzers Mm William Vest li at tho Tar Sprlngi for James Lynch went to Loulsvlllo Wed Â¬ Yestorday Tuesday was tho hottcrt a Wook liver and kindred diseases nesday and returned Friday Tho Fair nmy ol tho yoar Big Loeb ol Ouston went to Loulirllla Aretus Haynes has moved into his 1897 AUGUST 1897 Tho fair is a ouro thing r PPoru Aug 3 to tho wife of Julian II Sunday Smith now resldenco on nigh street ABSOLUTELY CURE Roland ofSlophensport was In town The fait will soon bo open Brown a girl Dont forgot tho barbecuo at this placo Su Ho Th We 7iterday h Fr Sa Tho ico men aro reaping n harvest Kraut cutlng machines goou ones Aug tho 11 a grand tlmo is expected Mri Ruieau Williams xteui to Stephens port Bunday Try wild cherry phosphate Sulzors and cheap Sulzers Messrs Kennedy and Montaguo of got our hearty thanks for our good tlmo and congratulate her ability to make Tho coolest placo to bo found Is on tho Mr ami Mra J II Ron are taking their Owonsboro woro in the city this wcok Good walor barrels 25 cents each at pcoplo enjoy themselves Country poo meali at the Hejier llooio front of a steamboat If you cant find wlyit you want in plo need not 7 SuUers lead tho treadmill existence Mii Beltle Downier pent Sunday at Addli town go to Gordon Lynch they havo thoy are prone to tako unto What would you think of a person that on tho gueit uf Mri Burks Tho opening day ol tho Fair will soon theinsolves calls this pleasant weather it bo annonncod 23 Meorgo Jolly andCharllo Miller of Manilas because thoy aro deprived of the artifiJL6 JL7 JL8 burg were here Saturday A party from here spent yestorday af- Â¬ James Jackson and W T Stcrrctt cial but with tho beautiful things of Oddities and froaks aro getting to bo ternoon at tho Tar Springs qnlto numerous Oiear Ilaynei with the Cincinnati Cooper Â¬ candidates of Ilawesvllle woro hero naturo at their immediate command 22 28 jJ5 Friday If any thing occurs worth mentioning age company was here Monday A party from Hardlnsburg wore at the and capable minds they can go on to Obrli Perrtgo and hit twt beautiful daugh youll find it in tho Nkws Tar Springs Sunday Littlo Reuben Marlow who got his perfection in culture and refinement 29 30 31 ters ipent Sunday at Stepheniport foot mashed sometimo ago is getting All that is keoplng some parties away For salo 100 empty sugar barrels with W V Falo went to DtIcii county lait To Cure A Cold In One Day hotter from Alaska hero is the prlco heads to fit Sulzors week to rlilt hit uncleThomai Pate Hon R J Tindle of Dukes was here Take Laxativo Brotno Qulnlno Tablets Mrs 8arah Wells of Addison has Mri W II Bowmer went to Powers Satur Â¬ James Logan Jr gave a party to a Wednesday mixing with his many All Druggists refund tho money if it fails been granted a pension of 3 per month day and Mr Bowmer followed Sunday number of his friends Friday night to Cure 25c For Sale by R A Shell Mist Maggie Johnson of Ilardlniburg it friends Tho tobacco crop in Hancock county Are Olovorport campers going to let toe gueit or Her aunt Sin Xnomaion man Stephonsport Ky Mrs Horace Lamb and Mrs Dean says the Clarion Is a sorry ono in- Â¬ tho Tar Springs go by this hotfipell Mri II V Duncan went to Brandenbnrg who havo been quite sick for Bomotimo deed Monday to vlilt her on D M Dunoan and Hardin Walker Magistrate was in the are improving JOLLY STATION II L Stador has sold out his interest wife telty Friday and Saturday holding court Gordon Lynch have brought on a Mill Suilette Mattingly of Ilardlniburg Stader to IWhen that now road is thorouahlv in Jho livery flrir ofjleyser z ii with Mill Mattle Mattlngty for leyoral nice lot of candles etc thoy will havo a Wo aro needing rain very bad abllslied wont tho lovers buguy ride Heysor dayi stand during tho association Mrs J T Daniel who has been quite is Old Mr Tom McQuady la in very poor Hammocks hammocics u beautiful Mill Cecil Rawley of Loulirllle li tho Mr and Mrs P M Rlgdon arrived health i ino I you want one Babbatm Imn sick for tho post two weeks is slowly im Â¬ gueit of Mr and Mri Roland Smith Ste Â¬ Saturday evening and will stay in our proving pheniport Item Bro White preached a good sormon JptT town until after tho association Charlie Bouffler left Saturday for Santa Fe Opening of the postofilco after the Sunday bore novel has been before so many New Mezloo where he hai accepted a lucra Prof J 0 Wheeler of Hardin Grove ptty lady visitors as aro in Oloverport evoning7S0 train brings nearly every tire poiitlon If any ono has a real nico palm leaf Ind was the guest of E 0 Gordon and fan to one out summer loan please send to Mrs Josle Mr and Mri A B Sklllman left Monday Mid Sum The Nkws contains more local and per- Â¬ for French Lick Sprlngi They will bo gone family Tuesday and Wednesday Jolly To get profitable results from an ad for two weeka Frank Haynes and Walter Stinnett vertisement it must bo continued for a sonal matter than any other county paper Clover Crook is to have a ministors Helm and A D Mlnaty aro gueita of their returned to thoir homes near Hardlns- Â¬ in tho State period of time goods grand parenti Mr and Mra J U Stepheni burg Wednesday Frank lias sold his meeting the third Saturday and Sunday Tip Connor who resides near town at Alia Vista of this month Ho time better to save money than part of the drug storo at this placo to now drop in and got our clearance sale lias been quite low with malaria feyer J B Iloagland of the J F Whiteside t James Withers wifo and daughter MONEY SAVERS for several weeks Bro commluion firm of Loniivlllo waa In William Lynch prices Sulzers Sallie visited Frank Lyons Saturday tho oit yeiterday Tho stillness of our littlo town was night Murray Murray have moved their and Sunday A good way to let tho buying public Jesse W Owen arrived home Sunday night broken Wednesday evening by a fight Â¬ know that you are still in business is to law ofllco to the dwelling formerly occu- to remain loveral dayi with his parents Dr between Rev John Wilson from near Hardlnsburg J M Fauver and W II pied by J II Wills and Mri J T Owen insert an ad in tho News Kylernclther ol the parties were serious- Â¬ was visiting his brother Granville near Mrs Geo Barkley of SteDhonsnort Have You tried Wild Cherry Phosphate yet Mill Ethel Oelte who hai been with frlendi ly Get it now get it quick old boxes hurt and wo hope as one of them is a this placo last week In Georgetown tho pait throo months oame and barrels for kindling dellvored to and little daughter Murray moved to homo Friday night Miss Rebecca Wilson has our school preacher and tho other a good Methodist Evansville yesterday Tour house cheap Sulzers Mill Alllo Hughes of Owomboro wax the that they will soon forgive each other this year and will commence tho third Parsonage and Home Mission Society guest cf her cousin Mrs Vettle Napper and be friends again Wo understand Monday in this month Henry Ray is improving tho looks of his dwelling in tho lower part of town by will meet at the Methodist church Wed Â¬ Btephemport last week Born to tho wife of William Osborne that ono of them says the other had nesday aiternoon at 4 oclock Mri Alfred Oelte daughter and ion Mln been talking too much this was the on the 20 a fino girl Mr Osborne has- refreshiig it with a coat of paint Ethel and Prayer meeting Thursday night at the week at theWalter left yesterday to aptnd a cause of the fight Remember tho com- Â¬ nt worked any for a week Tar Springs It is utterly impossible to get all of the Elm 8treet M E church All are cor Thou eh alt not lio Thou Old Mrs Polly Coony who has been names of arriving visitors and thoso de Â¬ Mill Mayme Crutcher after a molt pleas Â¬ mandments ant visit to Miss Maymo Griffith has returned sbalt not boar falso witness If thy sick for sometime died last Thursday tho parting Your assistance along this lino dlally invited to be present brother smite thee on ono cheek turn 29th and was hurried Friday Mr Mitchell is treating tho public to her homo In Owensboro will be appreciated Co Mines Pearl Gregory and Lillian Selb of the other also with a very pretty design of artistic The report hero is that tho tobacco We would like to know the names o LauisTllle are witb their cousin little Miss Maud Polk for two weeks crop hero is fifty per cent short and wo those fair damsols that sauntered around painting on the side of his hotel Dont nauseate your stomach with teas think if it dont rain pretty soon it will Mosquitoes aro getting so thick at some the Naws office the night of the K P Messrs Frank English Emmett Gregory of the watering resorts that the guests and Misses Ausette Powers and Mary Lallelst and bitter herbs but regulate your liver be short tho othor fifty per cent excursion from Troy spent Sunday at the Tar Springs and sick headache by using those famous are forced to take thoir departure Missos Mary Katio and Josio Yoager Â¬ We appreciate the fayor of the Hento Mrs O 10 It is said by good authority that if a Sorghotown E Iilghtfoot went Sundaytime little pills known as De Witts Littlo of Cloyorport are visiting Mrs Nelson derson Gleaner clipping a portion of our where she will remain some Eearly Risers Short Haynes Jolly this week Wo liko to have the news but do think that proper credit person could sleep eighteen hours a day with her father Edwin Ilambleton they would livo to bo 200 years old girls with us wo enjoy their company should bo given David W Falrleigh and son Houston were on yesterday BEYVLEYVILLE If any ono in tho Jolly Station neigh- Â¬ J E Hanks Addison waj in the city There is a sensation browing at Web- Â¬ Owensboro to nveslngi East bound train from Louisville their home Saturday Mr Hanks had not disposed ster You can find out what it is by borhood wishes any thing put in tho Mrs Dr S S Watkins Mines Mayme News can leave it at tho post ofllco in of his wheat and was much gratified to looking over our advertising columna Wheat nearly all threshed Qrifflth of this city and Echo Hart of Cin- Â¬ caro of Will Pate and I will put it in know that he would receive the advance Merchants who advertlso in the right cinnati went to Owensboro yeiterday Fletcher Blanford Is on tho sick list Mines Flora Wathen Andyvllle and Ce- Â¬ Chas Tindal postal telegraph messen- Â¬ way aro always rewarded That way is Dr Haynes spent last week in our guests of Miss Co ger from Evansville was here lost week to use tho columns of the BmscKENiUDaE cilia OBrien Rhodella wero and Sunday town Alice Qreenwell last Saturday He had Just returned from the Mam News Mr and Mrs RN Miller visited Mrs Is Mrs Mlt Hawley of Birds Point Mo All items pertaining to news when visiting her brother-in-lainotlf CaVO on his wheel Ho will spend Doo Furrow at Figgotlast week a week at the Tar Springs sont in are certainly appreciated It is Kirk Sho wits at Elders picnio Saturday Mr and Mrs Sam Fate attended Frank Payne this city and Sttas Pate of The date has not been announced yet a difficult matter to get the names of all church hero Sunday SUFFERING Uardiniburg havo returned from the Tenn but if Indications and a few side remarks of the visitors essee ezposlton They report a pleasant The Epworth League held n successful 10 Tho proper authorities should give trip that have been overheard can be taken Thousanda of meeting Saturday night for anything Cupid at a far distance has their immediate attention to the sowers women are Mines Carrie and Georgia Graham who Mrs May Norris oi Indianapolis is tho captured a Oloverport belle and hog pens in this city which are have been spending the past month with troubled at relatives in Louisville and Kkron roturned guest of Mrs Rufus Cain monthly inter- Â¬ Mrs Dr S S Watkins entertained the quite offensive home Saturday vals with pains Minnie Walker was the guest of Bovle The game of ball which took place last Ladles Cooking Club last Thursday eyen in tho head Rev S G Shelley went toRinoyville Mon Â¬ back breasts ing in honor of her sister Miss Mayme Wednesday afternoon between Cannel Â¬ day to assist in a protracted meeting Ha Cain a few days lost week shoulders sides Griffith and Misses Hart and Crutcher ton and Oloverport resulted in favor of will return In time to hold services here Sun Â¬ The young peoplo met In the church hips and limbs day morning and night scoro 18 to 22 the latter who are tho guests of Miss Griffith Thursday to prepare for tho literary But they need Mlsa Ausette Powers of Ilawesvllle after a not suffer Misses Ada Brown and Zula Malln of Rev II Lewis colored authorizes the two weeks stay with Miss Mary Lallelst will A550 new piano in any wood for 108 These pains are symptoms of on easy terms Largest factory in tho News to thank the good white people of return home to day She is one of Uawosvills Brandenburg aro visiting Mies Lena dangerous derangements that world Drury Can save you agents commis- Â¬ Hardlnsburg for him for a liberal contri- Â¬ most striking young ladles can be corrected The men- Â¬ Mrs J 0 Tinlus who has been visiting her sions on piano or organ Kimball Music bution for church purposes strual function should operate Mr and Mrs Georgo Lyddan wero father Mr J J Dyer returned to her home painlessly Ifouso 352 Fourth street Louisville Ky Farmers dont you need n good hand at Pbllpot yesterday Her stay here Improved guests from church at 0 II DruryV her health very much Malcolm Allen colored imagined that saw hand axo and Othor farm tools Sunday When you Go v jk Mr Oscar Holder left Saturday for Cincin- Â¬ he could strike a partial gold mine in the only a few moro left get them before Our singing school draws to a close nati where he wilt be for about two months gutters of this town yesterday He be Â¬ they are all gone Sulzers His wife and little son are In Owensboro visit Â¬ Mr Russell is making an effort to get Ilardlniburg 3t gan digging and dug fornoorly five hours JWXW another class fltS The advance guards of fall goods will ing her parents Mr and Mra Taliaferro makes menstruation painless without accomplishing any good results was John Marie and Hettio Beard of Eddyvllle Boon bo coming in they will want number Horn of Livingston Alaguest here a and regular Â¬ It puts the deliof days last week tho of Mr A S Worsley editor of The Weekly cate menstrual organs in condi- Â¬ summer goods space Nows tho time and Mrt R N Hudson Mr Horn was were tho guests of Hubert Piggot a few tion to do their work properly Express Fordsvillo has increased the to get big bargains at our store Sulzers formerly an employe of the Texas road during days last week AT THE And that stops all this pain Iti construction size of his papor Just double Which is Mr and Mrs Mac Richardson Mrs Why will any woman suffer There will bo a missionary meeting at now a creditable paper Heres hoping Mr and Mri Lum Wright nee Mist Josle Griffin month after month when Wine Dowell and Mra McCans aro that the enlargement will bo a successful tho Clover Creek church Saturday Braahear of Daviess county visited relatives visiting Mrs Alonzo Bonnet ofCardulwill relieve her It August 14 beginning at 10 a m Din Â¬ In Stepheniport last week their nephew costs f roo at the drug store one James Ray Braihear accompanied them Only 8100 Per Day Why dont you get a bottlo Mr and Mrs Alonzo Moorman of ner will be served on the grounds A home Sunday morning -- Clifw Moorman son of Mr and good II to day Brandenburg visited 0 II Drury Wed- Â¬ attendance from neighboring Mrs J II Moorman of this city died at churches and communities is For advice in cases requiring desired They dont make much fuss about nesday and Thursday of last week special directions address giv Â¬ Augusta Ga last Monday Tho news Dr B F Rafferty a physician of this it We are speaking of DeWitts Littlo The farmers are all busy now demolish- Â¬ ing symptoms Tho Ladies of his death was quite a shock to his famAdvisory Department The ily Ho leaves a wife and uoveral chil- Â¬ city has written to his family hero from Early Risers the famous little pills for ing the beautiful shrubery and flowers Chattanooga Medicine Co Europe The Doctor is a direct heir to constipation billousnesand all stomach and the graceful vines that adorn the dren Good Sample Rooms Chattanooga Tenn an immense fortune which is being held and liver troubles They never gripe fence rows eaaei Emll E Hearing a member of the in trust for tho legal heirs Short Haynes in that coun DM rozena lewis Frank Peyton Falls of Rough who firm of Hearing Arnold merchant try Ho bos for a number of years given olosnsvllls Tsms isis I was formerly of Bewloyvllle was tho I was troublsd tt mcnlhl Inttnrsls tailors Cannelton was hero Friday Mr all of his time to working with ttrrlbfs pains In my hud and back the matter up guest of Mr and Mrs T P Hardaway EKRON but hat bun tntlrslj rtlltvad by Win Hearing will make this place regular and looking up other heirs and has never ol Cartful Saturday end Sunday and hopes to receive a share of your pat- Â¬ in the least been discouraged His many Murray Blanford entertained quite a ronage Lola Jones of Louisville is visiting frlonds here would like to seo him secure crowd of his friends to dinner July 25 her uncles family The Browns or rather the Clover it after such a struggle of his Thoso who Something You are always need Â¬ port club went to Tell City Sunday to J T Jones family spent Sunday with in honor all reportbirthday1 tlmo L D Bishop section foreman of the attended a No ing and something that will be play that club They didnt come out L II St L hied himself off to Gus Bruner at Buck Grove Cannel Â¬ Satisfactory In Quality Quantity Miss Stella Paul arrived at home Sat victorious but when thoy visit here what ton last Wednesday and got married Mr and Mrs Eakridge left Saturday and price in the way of urday She has been visiting In Louisthis club will do for them will bo a suf-Â¬ Miss Annie F Walls a sister of Dan for Hardlnsburg to spend a few days ville for several weeks and reports a ficiency Walls of Irvlngton whose home is at Quite a crowd from hero attended the good tlmo tor herself while there Everyone you meet has some com- - Bardstown went with him and the two Pleasant Grove plcnc last Saturday Bro Walton filled his itppolntmonts Goods jtWst to oder to the expensive heat were made one by a Justico of the peace Miss Ava Board of Hardlnsburg is Saturday and Sunday preaching in his Very little if any stir it being made by There was no parental objections It visiting Dr Warfields family this week accustomed earnest way His subject those that can comfortably exiet without was only a matter of age with the bonny Col Babbage of the Naws etoped off Sunday was The Observance of tlte it The thermometer steed at 162 1h the bride It was a very happy affair all While the trains were passing Monday Sabbath shade yesterday at 11 oclock are und as the young couple had the 20 Last night while indulging in pleasant approval of their brothers and their Saturday August 21 is the day for Ben Shacklett and family and brother dreams somebody put a bug in my ear big mnwl picnic at Andyvllle This wives who accompanied them Thoy Your moneyls nist as good as place has the reputation for giving the were Sam and Davo Blehofi aad Dan Dan spent Sunday with Jake Shacklett not a silver bug nor a gold bug but in all liaea in order to keep our and wife- anvbodvs We dont mark one that required a surgical operation to picnic and having larger crowds h Walla ant tliatr vivos goods moving duriag the dull - our stun at a price where we Sfck Fiymlre says he has the finest remove it ay other point in the two summer months We are look Â¬ Mn UDI boy in the county it gladden thoir home citn afford to give anybody a Taylor Babbage of Hardlnsburg is Hot there youll miss some- - Vkon was broken nln flml 17 If yo ing closely after our taken with its presence oa last Friday discount Dont think because visiting relatives in our community He HllDf from tho cash drawer The enkasce some stores offer you a dis Irvla Richardson of Garfield came up always attends our Sabbath School and Ohapexa Wathen and W S Morrison was affected through the side window count tuat youre getting an Oweiwboro have formsd a partnership Th parties hava dot baea cagbt bui Friday1 for a visit to relatives or more Is in my class I find him a good student ol We want to make it bo inside price because ail stores count him my good frleud and la peloe law in that ctty Thwu aeu atreaf afJcioBfl are centered on ccr llkeltohear Little old red shawl that give discounts allow for pleasant in our store Humum are wjsll kaowaliers mm ikHw tola mm Hardlnsburg is indeed to be congratu- Â¬ a4 Livery Baaiaeat aad Th saloon quit business here last Sat Â¬ these discounts When goods It k Hudarstood that 25 of and sp economical for you tba beat service for syusa Bra ctMwryea a loenttl ve pwctfoe They ths moey has b arc-- marked Get them to offer loeated That night urday The license expired and Mr lated on the recent vote on the whiskey you to trade here that oaey Deat focatt aa tfaeir tba poat otlca yaaaor was found to be Archer did not come to renw Opinion question Sorry thore wero anythoro cajtabW sad ttend higfe KM bsh you as big a discount as thy yea need diwcMHM you will not want to go will then coma here and sW apaa Mr WaaJdMtkotttae aasiataat is divided as to wHthr whiskey selling who wanted this most powerful weapon of tba devil in their midst All the good how much lower youll find anywhere else Vbak Measly pretty aad charming ia ooDflitoat ibat aa loakad th door will b a benefit te tba town or not people of BewleyvIIIe have spoken of our pricea marked in pkiH fi XtghlanoV is Tba condition of rka look ptava thai Qh no Mrs Bnmtknburg I for on m urcs an tvery article in the tltelr great Joy at success of the- election We want your own ex Â¬ kit attempt had baaa mada Mining ao wont offw you anything for dlvalalng 1 thf ho IRVIMOTOII XY Mi Job Saddkry line Cellars and missed The Bay VIw Beading Circle and a perience to teach you The was only tba seeaat I think lam right i Hyina ftmere bring in your Predaee Barka whlahpwasmta maay attractions far baa wlU pay LonUrllU qeotaiioae The ooe- Pais a Specialty thirty one eaat lait ia th oath drawer a oartain young lady from yostr town few other friaaai war baauUfally eater that you may hay uo Vtth liar allot liar Thaw katoall system la Use ealy which was fouad to tee thar Otoyaiv waa not anxious to gat np a matte clans tajaad by whh la all namlMw aightaaa W J Fjajot Ut Wednes Â¬ fitUnoe in ue Cjr haaaat way of tkaaf baai Tba esaasloa was a Tbay wr tandarad Friday alsjbJ a sarw port has sneh law batatar that It arous and I do kaow oa of our aaad to be day afternoon neea ed a good dnaj of axottamaaL Tba Kntemadaoanaterribithrata to mo Mia James O Stephen riowand Lnnahaoa and haul lor il Priae party AMQN M KIICHE1JE ipd MnWim toad ha Old Virginia ajuilty oaaa are anadairad and likely to about thiaUma last yaar about what a objaei tba extension at Um OtwWa intended to do la tba eoaiaa of a year mambeiejbtp ha eaagbt any maaaaiat We all tender Mra Pjsj-Stoat HAaDlNSBUfcCr KT 1 Â¬ WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1897 i W V nin PATESVILLE I rui isiv rBisunai i better than cure Tutts Liver Pills will not only cure but if Prevention IffltttttTO iwocro Local Brevities i m Fffffl wmwmi OUR Sick Headache Mid Summer 2 TUTTS Liver PILLS 89lil22l3Ss 920 Jtf Â¬ j 2627 Â¬ 1 1 CLEARANCE SALE SZ We have some special Bargains in Clothing we are selling cheap to 2g reduce stock If you are needing g any Clothing here is your chance It wonderful what a loud noise a Dollar will make these days j Even the humble Penny makes itselt heard We are turnina gz stock into money its a mer Sale that will give us more ST room you lots of for a g small sum will you join the t crowd of r g SULZE RS Evansville Packet 3 3 f CLOVERPORT Via Louisville AND VICINITY To Louisville Eound Trip 300 Day Limit Including Meals and Berth Via Louisville and Cincinnati Packet MONTHLY To Cincinnati Hound Trip Day Limit 700 Including Meals and Berth ELEGANT STEAMERS FOR WiiiteM Sale City Bakery Stock and Fixtures For Terms Apply to Cloverport Ky STOP 3d BARNES HOUSE Â¬ Best Accommodations L Midsummer ChasHRiedelCo Bargains Shoes Hats Dry Notions and You Jo Discount HeriUav 0X6 Furnishings te Reduction in Price i coutkfrrtRilillriv iw Welcome UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT 4 S fekri w th - G T Marshall It giand-chll-dr- bn Â¬ wtthaa4aJ9fr FRANK HASWEtL J vmm U BWcKENklifeE WJKDENSDAY NEWS 4 AUGUST 1807 Jon of Louisville were guta of Ml Lydla Clarkson last Sunday Mr Chfts Motria left SalnrUtr V- r- u OKRNRIDOE NRW8 OLO YMPOR Watermelons 4 JKV pwsiprIN - XSkSTTSj Our pgj STEPHENSPORT Amos Board town Sunday of llahllnSburj - Neighbors vlsltlnir Blue I 1 is now unco Dr D E Lewis of Strother ry WM In alterMra T T F Jenkins of Lou -v- lllo is In town for a few days Wallace Skill - h w Bneat of his y tf vtr Allle Hughes ol Owoneboro Is irM XIOILID tj lUIDi UBIIiraii Mrs Jas Crawford who has been elck for seyeral days coHvoloscont Mine ilattle Hewitt of Louisville is TialtlBg Irieade and relatives hero Our tittle town can boasi of Ave teach ere this year all who are energetic Mrs Cum Kembol of Kansas wastbe guest of her brother It A Smith Sun Â¬ day Miss Ceclle Italefgh of Louisville is the guest of her cousin Mrs It A Smith Mrs Bettie Brashear and daughter Sue spends wvoral days with her broth er 0 L Hawkins last week For Sals Poland China Pigj Worlds Fair blood Top Buggy with pole and shaft will trado buggy for milch cow C 0 Lewis The ice cream supper glvon by Mrs Ben Lay Saturday night at her home for the benefit of the Baptist church was a success financially Mrs Allen Stucky of Oxford Ala who has been visiting her cousin Mrs It A Smith returned to New Albany last Saturday to remain a short time t aLaaaK tiaa the guests ot B S Clnrkson Jr last Thursday Mrs Tom Humphroy and her two daughters Miases Iteba and Lucy of Louisville are guests of B S Clarkson and family Misses Noltlo Kurlz and Katlo Nuz of Cecilia who havoccn visiting Misses Ruby and Hortense Miller roturned last Thursday Miss Lettyo Herndon who has been the guest of Miss Lydla Clarkson for two weeks returned to the camp at the old rail last Frldav Mr Henry Sipcs died July 23 after an I lines of a few weeks We oxtoud our heart felt sympathy to the bereaved mother and sister There will be a picnic given in Mead ors park one half mile South of town Saturday August 7 All are cordially invited to attend There will also be a moonlight danco in Mr Meyers yard that evening Burning itching skin diseases instant Â¬ ly relieved by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salye unequalled for cuts brulsesburns ir Hugh Ditto of bwensboro and froi iverrtck ot fiizabetiitown were Ills annual cQnt1ftRiet arrived yesterday and a number ot them wero addressed to the editorial rooms ot the Constitution They weighed from sixty to eighty five pounds apiece and would take the gold medal at any fair It the gontlcman from Columbia would enter them for a single standard prize The flavor and size otCol Branchs rattlesnakes aro so famous that ho gets orders for the seed from nearly evory State in tho Union and last spring thoro was a demand for seed from Europe -- An Abscess had an abscess In InOctobor 1803 my etpmacn I was alio taken with pleu Â¬ I was risy and eoughod very badly treated by physician j but dldnot Improve I gave up all hopo of ever cettlng well My right side was swollen and I waa not ablo to walk ncrosi the room and was connncd to my bod I was advised to try Upods Sarwiparllla and began taking it In thrco days I could see a change for tho bettor I kept on taking Hoods Barsaparllta until I had taken four bot Â¬ tles and continued to Improve I am now able to do a good days work on tho farm M K MANN Demossvllle Kentucky 1 FOR MARKETING PRODUCE Wagon For Belling- - Irom Door to Door Box For Various Product In the Stomach Caused Great Was Confined t the fferl Bed But New Able te Werk Many gardonors and farmors havp discovered that much nioro money is made by soiling tholr pTodnco at first hands from door to door than by soiling to merchants or commission men A convenient wagon is of tho greatest im Â¬ portance if ono is thns to mnrkot his produce Suoh n wagon is shown In tho cut hero reproduced from Amorioan Gardening It is low hung nud has SENSATION Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Notions WPi m i Vim vigor and victory those are characteristics of Do Witts Little Early Risora the famous little pills for consti- Â¬ pation biliousness and all stomach and liver troubles Short A Haynes te n 1 I iBn Yu EH aHiflai igJPBji Mrs W J Piggott Entertains IlAnDiNsnuuo July 31 Special That life is full ot poetical elements is a delightful fact and it was certainly veri- Â¬ fied in tbo novel and pretty Flower Luncheon givon by Mrs W J Piggott at her home in Bewleyvllle July 28 from 12 oclock until 5 The entertain Â¬ ment was fiven in honor of tho Bay f 1 j six f or f 5 rreparcd Lowell Maw Hoods Sarsapariilai sold --r by A MAHKETINO WAGON HOOd t S only by I Hood S Co Get Hoods and only Itooda are the best after dinner PUIS plus aid digestion see a A Kansas Fhiloiopher On Fork From the El Dorado nepnbllcan It heals without leaving a scar Haynes RAISES RATTLESNAKE Short MELONS The Hon Mel Branch of Georgia Champion Melon Man of the World From the Atlanta Col Charlie Wilson w cahler Constitution of the Louisville Evansvllle Mail One with Mrs Roberts his wife mother-in-laand her daughter Miss Koberts are spending a few days at the Smith House Miss Hattie Hewitt of Louisyille is also a guest of the house GARRETT J C Crutcher and sister Lulu spent Monday in Vine Grove Miss Eva Buckler and Dora Funk spent Monday in Garnettsvllle Dr Wimp of Louisville came down Tuesday to see after his farm Mr J II Shacklett went to Louisville Tuesday with a car load of hogs J N Hill representing the Knoxvillo Fruit Nursery was hero Friday Miss Keys of Irvington is spending this week with Mr Gas Hunger and am- Corrico Sr gavo a party Thursday night which was enjoyed Jiy Mr and Mrs B Amid the crash of parties and the wreck ol leaders tnero is one serene Populist who sits quietly at home ab staining from midsummer convention watching his cotton fruit and bis met ons ripen under the July sun He keeps far from the madding throng recking not whether it moves along the middle of the road or on either side This optimistic Georgian is the Hon Mel Branch Representatiye from Colum bla Col Branch Is as famous for his melons as for his leadership of the mi nority in the House Ho is easily first in either field melon or the legislative It is a time honored custom with him to send up to his Atlanta friends every year a choice collection of rattlesnake View Circle and its colors lavender and white with loads of flowers were every- Â¬ where As Boon as tho guests had ar- Â¬ rived a Flower Guessing Game was introduced to break tho appalling still- Â¬ ness which always threatens to over- Â¬ whelm n company of ladles Tho game was quite exciting and interesting Miss Nora Henderson won first prize a beau- Â¬ tiful flower stick pin and Mrs Dr Footo tho consolation prize shaped as a cut glass vaso Luncheon waa served at 2 oclock The guests representing flowers alphabetically arranged marched into the dining room by the sweet strains of the Flower Waltz It was flowers flowors all the way Sometimes a scent of violets and blossoms white loitered around us After luncheon Violets Love Story another flower game of chance was indulged in with much mer- Â¬ riment and Mrs Herron captured two beautiful flower studies as first prize while Miss Rogors of Maysvlllo a guest of Miss Bennett was consoled with a bunch of orchids The entertainment was most charming and unique and the guests all say it was a most delightful day A Guest Â¬ No man who lives on meat was ever known to lick his wlfo or ask lor a di- Â¬ vorce Adam got into a row right off because ho had no hog meat butter or black bass Nepoleon lost Waterloo be- Â¬ cause tho allied forces had bacon for breakfast the morning of tho fight The French had vegetable soup The South had to give in at Appomattox because they wero out of meat No war can be successfully waged without hog meat Americans aro the most frisky people on the earth because they eat the most hog meat Ingalls would havo gone back to tho Senate had ho not lived on oatmeal baked apples and blind robins A vegetable diet woman is aa cold and clammy and unlovable as a turnip If you wish to put roses in the cheeks ot your girls vitality in their every motion givos eoporato and brains in their heads feed them space for each meat variety Such n If you want your boy to get a job and box was doploted hold it go to the front and amount to not lonir ago in A MAIlKKTINa BOX rrju pflrm Jour something give him bacon grease ham nal and is also hero given This box is fat or tallow three times a day The world is full of cranks who aro al Â¬ made of such light material that it can filled ways getting up somo new fade about bo carried easily even when woll Tho handles aro arranged to fall down At this season of the year the blaz- hay soup or corn fodder tea over tho ends that tho oover may bo ing sunshine is very trying on the op- Â¬ raised The shelves can bo movablo and tic nerves and often causes granulated mado either solid or of slats Mako tho THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE lids Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve Is ends of thrco quartor inch stuff and tho a positive cure 25c a tube at all deal- Â¬ rest of threo oighth inch pine Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be ers Short Haynes Â¬ floored over Access is had to this inolosed spaco by raising tho drivers scat in front by a door on eaoh sldo in tho middle aud by two doors in tho roar At ono sldo two drawora aro shown Ono of these is most convenient for carrying tho flat paroh ment covered prints of butter to markot carrying tho drawer to tho customers door to avoid handling Tho other can bo usod for eggs using tho ordinary pastoboard fillers placed ono upon nn othor Tho roar can have drawers or not nocording to tho natnro of tho produce to bo carried Abovo tho roar doors aro two metal openwork doors that hold in tho vegetables or other articles that nro piled in loosely in tho wagons top Tho oon tor of this top spaco is cosily reached from tho canvas door in either sldo Tho top is of conrso covcrod with canvas and should havo tho namo of tho farm painted upon eaoh side with tho natnro of tho goods carried This will advertise and cnlargo onos trado When ono carries to tho customers on his routo or to the gonoral market a va Â¬ riety of farm products as butter eggs berries etc it is often dosirablo to novo a box tunc its lower part boxed in and aaT Groceries ---2- I 600 worth Going at Cost - I i 1 These Goods have to be disposecL of iir order to make room for Fall Trade t Here is the Chance of vour Let it Slip LifeDont ij r i AUCTION SALES on Friday Saturday and Monday Attend the THE MARKETS Review or the Oraln mid Livestock Mar Â¬ ket For Aug S Cincinnati Tobacco Market Offerings S74 698 Rejections Actual sales 2148 13123 Receipts Tho price on tho offerings ranged as follows 833 at 70c3 05 613 4B 95 794 05 433 309 05 878 11011 76 158 1814 75 123 I1610 75 83 20331 85 1ltttburg0035 00 fair 13 05 Cattle Prlmo 4 00 bulls stags and cows S3 0033 CO Host Prims light 14 1634 80 heavy rough 60O3 85 Sheep f3 6083 00 Choice ft 16ft4 20 fair 13 553 60 com3 763 mon t i 8533 85 choice Iambi 00 veal calves t5 0086 50 Cincinnati Wheat 7374o Corn S8K29o Cat- Â¬ tle Selected butcher ft 00 4 85 fair to 3 8S common f3 4033 00 medium 8 15 Hogi Selected and prims butchers 3 653 00 parking 3 7033 80 common 3 2i33 65 Sheep U 253 and rough 3 76 lambs 13 26Qi 00 Uuffalo 4 8585 00 Cattle Choice butchers fair to Rood f 4 1534 60 common 3 60 4 S0 4 80 90 Ilogt Yorkori mixed i 7 a wa w common 3 vwsa 4U heep Prime f 4 254 60 fair to choice 13 60 4 60 common tl 5033 65 lambs 4 6035 00 Chicago 3 60 3 85 Hogs Selected butchers mixed 3 0533 86 Cattle Native steers f3 605 15 most sales 4 2034 85 cowl Sheep fJ 60 and bulls fl 7533 76 4 85 lambs f3 5085 40 New York Cattle H 855 15 Sheep fS 7534 85 Â¬ Cured An Eminent New York Chemist and ScienÂ¬ John De Griffin of Zanesville O sayBj tist Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers My Hair Hhda J by all L A Mills and family spent Sunday the guests of Henry Peak and family of Rock Haven Alex Montgomery of Big Spring and Bab Eusor of Ekron were hero Monday Came Bad f7 - 1 - r M buying stock S Roberts wife and baby of Ekron were guests of their mother Mrs Burch Friday night Mrs R P Adams and mother of Stith Valley spent Tuesday with JamcB Tin dull and family Mrs Florence Pagltand children of Louisville are visiting her sinter Mrs J T Ritchie this week Miss Rosa Allen returned home Thurs- Â¬ day after several days visit with Miss Patie Harned of Hudson Mr Jim Rlcketta and family of near Brandenburg were the guests of J 0 Crutcher and sisters Sunday Two gentlemen of Louisville whose names I failed to learn passed through here Thursday enroute to Cloyerport Mrs EmThornaberryand daughter of Sirocco returned home Tuesday after several days visit here with relatives The Garrett and Sulphur Well base ball clubs crossed bats here Sunday The game resulted in favor of the homo boys To day Saturday Mrs R L McGuflin and children ot Hardinsburg and Mrs D E Meyer and children of Chicago are expected here to visit their sisters Mrs J W Teull and Mrs Dr Miles Almost every mall brings letter overflowing with gratitude from those whom SSS has cured of that vilest of alt diseases contagious blood poison and restored to health and happiness from a condition of forlorn misery wriat nope ana en- Â¬ The couragement these Â¬ Plain irUtll are worth more than thousands of claims made as mere advertisements For twenty Tears this straightforward sincere policy has been strictly pur- Â¬ sued in offering S S S to the public and its unparalelled success la not due to what is claimed it can do but to the boundless words of praise from those for whom it has donb so much It is with pleasure that I write to inform you of the great benefit I have received from your wonderful medicine 8 8 8 as I cannot thank it enoug h for doing- what a number of doctors here have failed to do Six months ago I r had contagious blood WI18H poison so badly that I had given up all hope HOP8 ftf Tilnrr rnri1 fnr If seemed that the more Had Fi6Cl medicine I took the worse I got All of my hair and eye- Â¬ brows came out I had paralysis of the face and lost my hearing besides I had eight immense carbuncles on my back and arms My mouth and throat were so sore that I could hardly swallow and I had lost twenty pounds Could a man In this state be blamed for putting1 an end to his miserable Â¬ - nces of those who have been cured letters carry to others who have been atrujr- gling with this dreadful affliction These plain unvarnished experie- Â¬ PniLADSLMHA Pa Nov 11 1896 lambs f I 05 60 Bjtem For Cutting Corn Â¬ fv It heals everything except a broken heart may be said of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Piles and rectal diseases cuts burns bruises tetter eczema and all skin troubles may be cured by It quickly and permanently Short Haynes BIG SPRING Miss Ruby Miller is visiting relatives in Cecilia Mrs S Jacob and son Morris are the gueetB of II Meyer aud wife Mlaa Nannie Mercer of Long Grove la vMtlng Miss Zslma Strother Mr Allen Fritz of Louisville is visit- Â¬ ing his cousin Mrs Harry Miller Mr Kurtz of Cecilia was a visitor at Irom th New York World farmer along with his method as illus Â¬ The past month of July broke all re- Â¬ trated in Tho Farm and Eircsido Ho writes I cut corn onco in tho same Sold cords with the greatest rainfall the the with a follow who was not any quicker greatest heat wave gold greatest crop boom the greatest the in tho motion than I was but in spite of greatest sugar speculation discoverygreat- Â¬ and the all I conld do ho would cut a third more est number of lynchings and sensational corn in a day than I could I watched crimes that the country has ever known him and disc6verod ho had a system a And it also appropriately wound up with regular method for cutting and putting the adoption of tho worst tariff bill on up his shook He wont exactly tho samo record r- rv-N-- f-- Havo n system in cutting corn It saves lots of steps Hero is a communi Â¬ cation on tho subject by a Now York Tho distinguished New York chemist T A Slocum demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis and all bronchial throat lung and chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal affections general decline and weaknoss loss of Hesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ ing away will send THREE FREE BOT Â¬ TLES all different of bis Now Discov- Â¬ eries to any aflllcted reader of the Bseck KNiuDdi Nkws writing for them His New Scientific Treatment has cured thousands permanently by its timely use and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure Science daily develops new wonders and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ menting for years has produced results as beneficial to humanity as can bo claimed by any modern genius His as- Â¬ sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ tion are curable in any climate is proven by heartfelt letters of gratitude filed in his American and European laborator- Â¬ ies in thousands from those cured in all parts of the world Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ chial chest and lung troubles lead to which uninterrupted Consumption means speedy and certain death Simply writo to T A Slocum M O 08 Pino street New York giving post oflico and express address aud tho free medicine will be promptly sent Suffer- Â¬ ers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer in the BrtECKENBiDOB News Â¬ without suffering agony until a box of Witts WtchHazel Salve cured my piles For piles and rectal troubles cuts bruises sprains eczema and all skin troubles DeWitts Witch Hazol Salve is unequalled Short Haynes Vest Gram Shock Nino bundles of grain mako a bettor shock than tho old fashioned dozen Writes n contributor to Tho Farm Jour- Â¬ nal Ho sayB Get up four in a cross thon four more ono in oaoh of the spneos between two of tho first four and oap with tho ninth well broken I never lived a day for thirty years JOE JEFFRIES t f I r1 - OZfcTIB THREE a 0000 nilcketitderfer Typewriter We ioldduririj In other words 90000 business and professional men instead of paying fioofora Typewriter have bought the HMCKENSDEKKKK for 35 thereby saving themselves the neat sum oj Hill IMIXHiXjIOIfcT TIIdAi PIMRS SATED II TWO YEARS the past two years THREE HUNDRED and the tops toward the prevailing wind If woll sot that is each sheaf standing on its own bottom and thoroughly closed in nt the top such a shook will stand a stiff windstorm and a three days rain withont harm 01 MILIIOI II you have purchased one our shsre Is Just 6j and If jou have not purchased one will it not pay you to Investigate and see If every word qf the above is not true The largest business corporations the most prominent business men the most suc Â¬ IllBlHllIC WW IIL1RS cessful lawyers and the United States Government are well satisfied users of this Room 13 Exchange Bank tlulldlnc HI til II H WEST VIRGINIA SUPPLY CO I GENERAL AGENTS WHEELING W VA W-- Ul I crave but One Minute said the public speaker in a husky voice and then he took a dose of Ono Minute Cough Cure and proceeded with his ora- Â¬ tory One Minute Cough Cure ia un- Â¬ equalled for throat and lung troubles Short iic Haynes Totter Salt Rheum and Eczema The intonse itching and smarting inci- Â¬ dent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eyo and Skin Ointment Many very bad coses have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronio soro eyes 25 cts per box condition Tonlo blood purifier and vermifuge They nro not food but medicino and the best in use to put n horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package Where Wool Is Grown GEO YEAKEL GREAT 3c 35 BRANDENBURG KY ANOTHER BIG CUT AT THE CO BARGAIN 3c 3c Lawns STORE 3c Nice Plain Hemstitch ed Handkerchief worth 8c pes Fancy Calico worth Cc j pes Irish Pull site Scrub llrush worth 10c That Awful July Cadjs Condition Powders ore just what a horse needs when in bod Dr worth je 59c 55 13c 1 298 Eratrsoas Celebrated Shoes worth ti 50 125 to prs Mens Fln Shoes oo quality Mason Fruit Jars prs Ladles Opera Tip Shoes box of Baby Shoes 79c Die Deal In Mantels Nice one at 79c 5c For 3 One pint tin Cups Remnant Sale th week j I- - Mr Henry Millers last Wednesday Mrs Miller of Rhlneyville was the geet of Mrs Henry Miller last week Mies Horteaae Miliaria visiting her couaiu Mr Will Miller of Rhlneyville Dr Stretker attended the Meade Conn ty Media Society at Brandenburg last Tkrnwky Mm Dkk Dowll asd daughter Edna e vMfetwg srf VwiMn hrfee4kw Mr Moesboggar That is what I thought of doing before I read of S 8 8 Swifts Specific I am now taking the four- Â¬ teenth bottle and I wish you could see the difference My CaUSO hair has all come back my hearing restored and I have gained four- TO teen pounds Havent I RelOlCe something to be thank ful for The name and address of this writer will be furnished to anyone Interested upon application Mr W M Rutherford of G12 S Main St Muncle Indiana Bays I had a severe case of blood poison for which I was treated by the best doctor here but he was unable to check the disease TilO and I grew steadily worse I also tried Right several remedies but they did not seem to ReHlOdy reach the trouble at all I had begun to think I was Incurable when someone recommended 8 8 8 and before I had finished the first bot- Â¬ tle I knew I had the right remedy at last A dozen bottles cured me com- Â¬ pletely and I have had no sign of tiie disease since It is no experiment to take 8 8 S It la absolutely the only cure for the most horrible of all diseases Con Â¬ tagious Blood Poison 8 8 8 is the only remedy guaranteed existence W I 1 VH CATARRH aVtHCOtDI Nt7 3 yf-- S i J i 5 LOCAL DISEASE and lithe result ofrld ani soilira climatic ebaoges ThU remedy does not contain any mercury or other injurious drugs oaeh la ELYS Candy Cathartic core constipation forever lOo SSo O fall druggists refund money If The most significant movement in toxtilo industry is tho rapid building of cotton mills in tho south It pays to manufacture tho cotton whoro it ia grown and Orango Judd Farmer asks How long before the west and south Wcst will wake up to the fact that it pays to manufacture woolens whoro tho wool 1b grown At present mora than half 60 per cent of tbo wool produced in the United States is hauled across tho continent to New England mills Educate Tour Bowels With Cuscarets 45c 10c Ladles Linen CoUrs all styles 24c Gents nice cool Undershirt worth 40c 25c Dig lot nice Jely Glasses sjc dosen New Stock of CARPETS 750 Prince Albert Suits reduced from 1 1000 5c Knlttlar bilk all colors o dos Spools Be Celluloid Collars 10c All Silk Ties worth sjc I CREAM BALM Naul Passages Allays Palo anil InfUroation Ileali and Protettithe Mem brana from Colds Restores the tentes of Tstte and Smell Is quickly abiotbed i Gives relief at once jo cents at Druggist or by maUj samples lO cents aa all styles CONVENIENT FARM WAGONS Especially Adapted For Hauling Big Loads of Cora Fodder Where ono has a large aiaoanfc of jimiVtlll Lam teat ItMav JMottt a H Meyer Ll4U who waa Purely Vegetable by mail round of steps for every shock I had no system After I got my shook started I cut my urmfula hero and thoro just as it happaned I learned his system and stack to it and I was surprised to ceo RUSSEtJVILLE KY what n difference it made I havo drawn Four Courses Enikwed a sketch showing the plan la this sec- Â¬ Nine Schesls Strew Faculty tion corn is always planted in rows both Ttrsreugh ways and in cutting a squoro 7 by 7 49 hills are put into a shock Tho Send for Catalogue to W S RYLAND Prea dotted Hues show tho conrso taken in cutting up n shook The zigzag lines aro whoro I out two rows by stopping back and forth It takes six trips to cut a shock I dont believe it is possiblo to cut aud shook a square ot corn with a fewer number of steps PLAN FOR CDTTIKO CO UN th COLDN HEAD 48c Lot nrLadits Pine Umbrellas worth 100 aMajaj OKf - jcxam 49c Ladles SbirtWalsts wera sold at 100 Wanted Your Country Pro Â¬ duce at Highest Market Price V Choice of all our joe and 75c I Mens Straw Hats YOU SHOULD EMPLOY A4st corn fodder to turn into ensilage quiok work is required in cutting tho corn and gotting it to tho barn It is impor Â¬ tant thoroforo that tho wagon or oart nsed in hauling tho stalks bo entirely suited to tho work It must bo easy to load and unload and must bo capable of carrying a largo amount ot corn at eaoh trip The ordinary farm wagon hardly answers theso requirements as the body of it la not long enough to make loading fron tho sldo by two men easy or expedition A long low aad narrow frame beat answers tho purpose This gives a ehaaoe to load frota the side with bo interference of wheels or warned home waa JYtaeO whl iWmmm JMHK Hfci r we Hem- - Wfy uaouy we moot won which means so much to all who know id plea the the disastrous effects of pot auk and MrfMdmedtoaj discovery ofUl age geatly refrvMau to Um act mercury the foundation ot all other Mt pelttvly mi kklMys liver asd howata Mi blood Medicines Mtaf tM mun syiMW rUtl ooMa peek o the dlseeee m4 He tseet- - mm MMasis vx kwtual coaaUpaitea will be Mallei fe by ImH To O Ot3ys is so esat IhU mi awwiic Co AtUaem C H dwwiiW fowaatNtt to mm iacru KTerrb4r uiW v Says 8 None but the County Surveyor to do your work lit Is tho authorised Surveyor of the County Is an esperlenced workman and knows his business He Is also Notary Public writes Peed and lakes Acknowlcilgemcdii Charges afways KaasonaUa es t LOUS aqfrrj3aw--M-a3B- J XAW X ABNOW rKAkUL CHINTZ ROYALTY OOUJfTY SURYIYOK ffWstwfWBtsPisPasW of aitlaa stub m ia fouid in tan Tk fecaa at f wag- Â¬ sjPBPQ vtjW Haw York- TiIIhsm akaaa aavati fywoft wiib almji uiwtmmt for - aoootapanyUsg UffptMftioti light traaio ana nkewlso tue hauling of heavy loads since au Invert Â¬ ed truaa of tbta sort is ex trMaoly power Â¬ ful A frumo Ilka thta cwj easily bo made by aay ono from sprace lumber and nt- taobed to two Fain ot whoola rigidly 4 r uro j1 svtts imju uy 11 luumw iron iu it A id n luun pin to the axis of those ia front thug permitting tho forward wbeeh te tarn vcadlly beaeatk the frame Twe mea eau work oh either side ot m a rig a taif both in loading an4 wloacUng and the work can be ttotw wi ezpedi tlon The same oaMt earn be need for batv dllng other farm orofM by Use additiea of a light flooring of board aaok M afrpWa ia barrak potato weal and wood- prsN it k beat wood to aaa ia 1 1 quo otjk iooGB applf IKVKMT0N mm ANO FOR SALE V SMfSAT SU8T0U MMBfMr PROMPTLY FILUaB IRVIWOTOM MiLUMCI COMPANY arYlMtvtAKv 0D n Ky Pickmm Ifgr Gnatoa Ky lagan TtnuUe LhtJaMhwaflam ear scurf roU afctdaMs aad aasuras thus Ar College stenJtwIir Ha ooautroottoB YliMlwnMUtM lough and atroog iaiawoed la ry light an4 B4vtiaMM timaveiry baoaoaa Bast of work la ali a to tor sad ikir frSads thai RaswsavaUky 11 31 FMw