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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e 3 jjnpk- - uffM tj ih nrjyw 4 rp THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS VOL XXII AWAITING THE DECISION Of tho Court In tho Injunction Cas- 08 morning John D Maw a farmer living afow miles from hero attacked his married daughtor Mary J Hughes with a hammor Wo crushed in her He skull inflicting fatal injuries drove the family from the houso and set fh o to it and then ho fired the wheal stacks and barns Maw who is CO year old lias beon moutally unbalanced for years but was thought harmloss Ho is in jail DROWNING One an Indiana Man Who Wat Not tho Ocean DOUDLE CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 18 1897 KLONDIKES WEALTH Theres Plenty of Glittering Motal but Its Hard to Got ments aro now being maae to soo tnat Inspector royaltv feos aro collected Strickland of tho mounted polico left Ho hero yesterday for the Yukon takes a detachment of polico with lnm from Hcgliia Irlnh Iotato Crop a Failure Dudlin Aug 10 A potato blight is ravaging tho counties of Claro and Lhncrick Prices havo quadrupled and thcro is only a supply for two months FUNERAL Solemn Ceremony In Madrid Orer the Dead Premier Remain CANOVA3 NO 5 WEYLER HAS RESIGNED The Butcliors Pacifications Failod to Pacify Havo train on tho Louisville division or the Pennsylvania Both legs wero broken the rtgjit being mashed from tho knoe to the hip to a pulp as was also his right arm Bruises were about the head and chest and death must have resaltod instantaneously He was stealing a tide from Columbns to In dianapolis and was either knocked off or foil Tho body was sent to ColumÂ¬ f iSIBl bus of tho Miners GARRETT Ue to P w 4 r 1 ijj If j L TA f FX Sit feC 11Jf Bi ft K 5 ill RtV - rec - f fw Two von AN ORDERLY turcsomo bathers wero drowued in the surf hero yesterday Thoy wero Thomas O Loswoll nged 21 years of Princoton MASS Ind and an unknown man supposed to bo an oxoursionist from Philadelphia Young Laswcll camo hero yesterday Held and No Interforonco By tho morning with his friend J M Parrott on his first also from Princoton Ind Deputies It is Feared a Mis visit to tho Boashore Tho young men went into tho snrf shortly boforo noon take Has Been Made and Laswell who seemed to bo una ware of tho dangerous undortow was Aug 10 A leaden sky soon beyond his depth and calling for PiTTsnuno nml fitful showers contributed to tho help bravo effort to The life feeling of depression which existed at savo him guards mado a was so heavy bnt the surf miners camps at Turtlo and Plum that they woro unablo to reach the tho Creeks yesterday Tho men huddled drowning man Laswcll struggled in together for shelter under tho commis Â¬ the water for about 15 minutes in full sary tents and having nothing else to viow of about 10000 people gathered ou do put in tho timo smoking and dls the pier boardwalk and beach Parrott cusshig tho striko in all its phases Tho nearlv lost his lifo in attempting to friend taken spirit of aggressiveness however has savo that of his in an and was condi- Â¬ exhausted largely died out Tho samo grim de from the water the life guards named tion One of termination to stick it out until starva Reed was also overcomo in tho wator tion brings defoat or their efforts vic- Â¬ and was roscucd in on unconscious con- Â¬ tory is apparent but there aro no propdition ositions to attain thoir end by forco or Lato in tho afternoon tho body of to go contrary to tho sheriffs orders Laswell camo ashoro It was turned Tho men all rcalizo that in opposing over to a local undertaker who pre Â¬ tho law as represented by tho shoriff pared it for shipment to Indiana and his deputies thoy would have When Laswcll checked his valuablos about tho samo success as in butting at tho bath houso whero ho obtainod his against a stono wall Thoy bathing suit ho laughingly romarked thoir heads have no particular love for the deputies to tho clerk although thoro is an absence- of that I will leavo my address so that in caustic- rcparteo between tho factions case 1 am drowned you can send my valuables homo that has characterized lormor stnKea There wa no marches yesterday Tho jest was tragedy in less than an This has bocn tho usual Sunday custom hour at all the camps but oven if it had been Tho second drowning occurred at otherwise tho strict orders of all strike about 3 oclock in tho afternoon and tho Â¬ lenders to wait quietly until after Mon body of tho drowned man has not yet days decision would havo prevented come- ashore them Sunday has usually been used Tho surf yesterday was tho hoaviest by tho men to do missionary work of tho season owing to a galo which among tho working miners Nono of provailed and between 25 and SO perthem attomptod to seo any workmen sons wero rescued many of them howover and kept soveroly away from women tho company houses NEW 60LTJ FIELD DISCOVERED In tho afternoon thoro was a largo massmcoting at Plum Cretik About Nicaragua Said to lie Hotter For Irosjiec 1000 strikers and 200 miners from tho tori Than Klondike Plum Creek mino were present New Orleans Aug 13 A new gold Speeches were mado by President field has been discovered but this ono Rutchford Samuel Gompers James R Sovereign and tho local loaders Tho is in tho tropics Reports havo come to meeting was orderly and there was no this city lately that big finds of gold havo been mado in Nicaragua and tho interference from the deputies The marching into Westmoreland steamers from that section have been county will bogin as Boon as tho inbringing in gold dust in proof of it junction is settled in court Much anx S E Spenco a well known citizen of ioty is expressed as to tho outcome Houston Tex arrived here yesterday Tho men stako everything on their abil Â¬ on tho steamer Fulton plying betwoon ity to show tho right to asscmblo and Now Orleans and Nicaragaan ports march on the pnblia road Evictions from companys houses has and confirmed tho stories about tho disbegun Ono family has already been coveries in Nicaragua Ho says he has evicted and their household goods aro boon all over tho gold fields district on tho roadside- near Center It is and that gold is thoro in largo quantiprobablo other evictions will soon take ties Ho has acquired valuablo claims and will return as soon as ho can mako placo arrangements to work them Ho says MADE BEEN HAS A MISTAKE tho whole gold section down thoro is very rich and tho climate splendid A Muddled State of Affair hi the WheeliHo says unemployed miners of tho ng- and Eastern Ohio District United States wwl do much better there Wiiekuxo Aug 10 Tho beginning than in attempting to go to Alaska of another week of tho coal strike in Food in Nicaragua is cheap and other tho Wheeling and eastern Ohio districts costs are reasonable show a muddled situation A vigorous DEATH IN IMPORTED HIDES opposition to tho courso of tho United Mino Workers in closing down tho Anthrax Uaoterla Introduced Into ThU Country From China mines that supply coal for the sovcral Dubois Pa Aug 13 Within the iron manufacturing plants has developed among tho working mon them last few days four deaths havo occurred selves many assorting that a big mis among tho Falls Creek tannery em- Â¬ tako has been mado Tho situation at ployes two miles from this city and tho Laughlin mill mino across tho river several others are reportod very ill has beon straightened out by tho do clination of tho miners to work as long Some timo ago tho tannery company as tho campers aro in the vicinity Tho received tho first invoice of 100000 hides imported from China The hides Laughlin and other plants aro now got woro started through tho process of ting coal from Fairmont This afternoon a great massmeeting tanning and the liquors drained into is to bo hold in Bollairo which will be tho creek addressed by Secrotary Lowis and othor Sinco then over a score of cattlo havo leaders Its purposo is to force tho died It was discovered that the cattle Ilcatherington steamboat mino to sus drank water from tho oreok Some of pend tho tannery employes were subsequent Â¬ It is said that S00 strikers will march ly taken sick and lour have died so far up the river to tho Short Crook mines Investigation showed tho hidos woro and forco out tho small number of mon infocted with anthrax bacteria Only ono man who has been nftliotcd has reat work there covered The diseoso proves fatal in No Disturbance In Illinois fivo to eight days Decatur Ills Aug 10 At tho reÂ¬ from Considerable alarm exists at Falls quest of a committee of minors Mayor Crook over tho possible spread of the Taylor yesterday allowed a body of 400 disease Tho mattor has been kept as Springfield and Pana mon to march into secret as possible but it is understood tho city to rttend a massmootlng in tho that it lias been referred to tho state interest of tho striko Tho little army board of health and that an investiga quiotly marched to Miners hall where tion will bo instituted pacific spoechos wero made Anothor SENATOR GEORGE DEAD mooting was hold last night at which protest was ontorod against tho employ Â¬ Ills Ijut Day Spent at Mississippi City ment of deputy sheriffs at Heavy ox Where lie Had Gone For lilt Health There was no dis Â¬ penso to tho county Mississippi City Miss Aug 10 turbance of any kind United States Senator J Z Gcorgo diod DUEL BETWEEN TWIN BROTHERS hero at 2 40 oclock Saturday afternoon Senator Georgo journeyed A ItevoWer a Knife and a Whisky llottle aged 71 from his home at Carrollton to tho Were the Weapon Died about 10 days ago and IIicksvillk O Aug 10 Betwoon gulf coast chango would benefit him hoped tho 4 and 5 oclock yesterday afternoon this city was thrown into great oxcitomont and it was thought it had until Friday over a duel botwoon Dop and Gill Ack- - when ho began sinking and never again rallied ley barbers and who nro twin brothers Senator Georges remains will be Tho trouble aroso ovor a lotter ad- taken to Jackson whore thoy will lie in dressed to Dep whioh Gill had received stato in tho capitol building Tho re For it Gill sworo that ho would kill his mains will then bo taken to Carrollton brother Miss for burial by tho Bide of his wife Both met at Kleckners barbershop who only precedod to tho unknown a and both wero in fow weeks ngo yesterday afternoon taxioatod Gill drew a rovolvor and Fell Again lostpohei III Jump flrod at Dop but missed him tho ball passing through tho ooatsloovo of L O Oolokado Sprinos Oolo Aug 10 Arnsworth n bystander Ho then drow W B Felts was deterred yesterday in a knlfo and out Dop in tho arm Tho making his leap from the summit ot latter started to run with Gill in pur Pikos Peak A snowstorm raged from Upon reaching an alley Dep suit in tho evening to pulled a whsky bottlo from his pooket oarly morulugwent late Manitoa for the to Many pcoplo and turning suddenly on Gill clubbed purposo of going to tho peak to see him in a horrible manner Dop escaped Felts jump but ho did not makq tho to tho woods followed by a crowd of ascont on account of the unfavorable men and boys Gill is in a critical con Â¬ dition and can not livo Up to this weather Korean MluUtar Cremated hour Dep has not boen fouud WA6HINQTOV Aug 10 The body of SculiU a Child Woman O Aug 10 For soino Pom Kwaug Boh the foriner Korean HiCKflViLLE country whoso death timo past Eevoral women living on Elm minister to this last Friday was yester tree have boon taking up tho quarrels occurred heroaccording to the expressed of their children and throwing bricks day cremated deceased and his ashes of tho and stones at each other Saturday tho wish in tho keeping of the present placed child of Mrs Daniel Rhodes went to tho minister Mr Chin Pom Lea Later re4duoe of John Gilbert and ploked thoy may bo returned to Korea the fresh moruiug Mowers from the Bturm Datuage vines Mrs Gilbert not having tho HlCKoVlLtK 0 Asg 10 A torrifflo feeling for the childs mother storm swept ovor thin city yoiterday acs44d the child with hot water Mrs Gilbert wm wrested The child is ia a afternoon doing f 10000 damage in this oriUoal condition place in unroofing and otherwise Injur The loss to crops In the lug building Moersfcle f a Craif Xaa Qmmujcu BUb An je YMtur surrounding oonntry it great 10 Atlantic City Aug MEETING PASS WAYS BLOCKADED And Very Few Will Attompt to Faco the Frigid Elements Be foro Next Spring Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ New York Aug H Tlw Herald Confirmation of stories of vast wealth of tho Kloudiko district in Alas- Â¬ ka comes from a prospector now in this city who has mado two trips to tho now Eldorado He is Henry Henderson 33 years old a nativo of Piotou county Nova Scotia who took out his naturalization papers in this county 10 years ago To him tho credit of tho discovery of tho wonderful deposits of gold in tho Klondiko is to a certain extent duo Ho told his brother Robortwho was a miner in Colorado of tho wealth of tho district and gave him 100 to pay for his outfit to tho Alaskan fields Robort established a claim on Gold Bottom creok which yielded 10000 in coarse gold in two weoks When tho 1st of October shall havo rolled around a little steamer will leavo for Dyca inlot with 100 prospectors mining engineers and experts and as Bayers with Henry Hondorsou in charge With him will bo also his niece Miss She Maud Henderson of NovaScotia is a pretty girl of 17 years a house keeper and rugged enough to stand tho severity of the weather and tho hard Â¬ ships of the trip She will preside over her uncles household in the gold region Mr Henderson is 0 feet 4 inches high with a framo as sturdy as that of an ox He has been a miner for 15 years Tho olimato of Alaska has no terrors for him for he mado what he called tho dead winter outward trip frpm tho Kloudiko and crossed tho Chilcoot pass with tho thermometer OB degrees below zero He has established a claim of COO foot near that of his brother on Gold Bottom creek bat has not worked it yet as ho was obliged to return to Nnsa Scotia Mr Hendersons advice to inexperi- Â¬ enced men who aro thinking of start ing oat now for tho gold fields is Although ho believes the dont storios of hardships havo been exagger says tho land is in no condiated ho tion to be worked until tho frost has left and tho journey over tho Chilcoot pass is fraught with danger in the snowdrifts In tho lato spring and summer ho says tho trip ovor tho pass has no moro perils than a walk on Broadway Mr Honderson mado his first journey to tho Yukon river in tho spring of Ho 1803 covering 700 miles in 64 days says ho could now makp tho journoy in 30 days Ho loft thodistrict tho dav after Christmas of tho samo year with companions and an Indian to break two tho trail and attond to the nine dogs which drow tho two sleighs After 63 days of cold of a degree almost beyond snowstorms exhuman endurance haustion and hunger fho little band reached Dyea inlot At ono time they became so benumbed that they had to abandon 15000 in gold dust on the sido of Chilcoot pass pushing on with a few pounds of bacon and flour Thoy found refugo at a trading post and one of tho party put back for tho dust For two days and threo nights tho men wero obliged to huddle between tho sleighs with a canvas covering them Mr Henderson returned to tho gold district in March 1805 mining in tho vicinity of the Stowart Lowes and Sixty Mile rivers Pushing further in the heart of tho Klondike district ho met his brother who was established on Gold Bottom creek After Mr Hen- Â¬ derson had staked out a claim of 600 feot on the creek ho left it in charge of his brother and wont to visit his family in Nova Scotia says Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Madrid Aug 14 tho funeral of Senor Canovos del Castillo yesterday was a nfost touching and solemn ceremony All tho troops of tho garrison lined tho routo along which tho cortego moved tho flags woro lowered and tho publio buildings embassies consulates and clubs were hoavily draped with Moro than a thousand wreaths crepo wero dopositcd in the death chamber A salvo of artillery announced tho starting of tho funeral procession which moved slowly through an enor Â¬ mous crowd in which all heads wero baro and many eyes wero Hooping Tho military honors woro those duo a commander of a fortress dying in his command Tho procession occupied two and one half hours in passing a given point All tho shops in tho city were closed and a very large proportion of tho popu lace that thronged tho streets appeared in mourning garb Tho entire garrison marched past tho coffin and tho Bcrvico lasted from 4 until 7 30 pm Tho remains of Senor Cauoras wero interred in tho family vault in tho St Isidoro cemetery amid salvos of artil- Â¬ lery and tho tolling of all tho bolls of tho city Carnova Atiaiiln Triad by Courtmartlal Veriiaka Spain Aug 10 Michol Angiolillo alias Golli was tried hero by courtmartial for the murder of Senor Canovas del Castillo at tho baths of Santa Agucda on Aug 8 Tho court conisted of a lieutenant colonel and sk captains of artillery All tho statements of Angiolillo wero submitted in writing Tho scntenco of tho court martial will not bo divulged until it has been confirmed by tho supremo coun- Â¬ cil of war Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MORE Revolutionist CONFIRMED dold Prospectors Are Selling Their fit and Returning BLOCKADE IS Out- Â¬ Constantinople Aug 13 Placards printed in Arabic characters havo been found posted upon tho walls of all tho ministries demanding a change in the systom of government in tho Turkish erapiro and threatening violcnco unless Tho placards declare this is effected that othorwiso blood will flow as duriijg tho Arnieniau massacres The minister for war Riza Pasha has sent a circular to all tho Turkish commanders directing thorn to watch their This step is attributed officers strictly to the increasing discontent visible in Turkey against tho present govern ment Peculiar Fntnl Accident Buffalo Aug 13 Whilo tho steam yacht Enquirer was entering tho harbor yesterday a small cannon on tho upper dook broko from its fastenings Edward Smith a sailor attempted to prevent tho cannon going overboard Ho took hold of it in such a manner as to bring his stomach directly in front In and pressed against the mnzzlo somo maimer tho spring which operates Iho lock was touched and tho cannon Smith was instantly waB discharged killed Murdered Man listen by Hog MonEHEAD Ky Aug 13 J A Ncckell found tho decomposed body of a man lying in tho woods near this placo Thoro was an ugly btab wound in his abdomen and a cluster of stabs in his breast Hogs had eaten his lower limbs off Tho body was identified as that of Alviu Bowling who has been missing for somo timo No clew lias been found to tho murderers Mangled by a Freight Train New York Aug 16 As a Now York and New Havon freight train was passing the station at Van Nest on its way to this city last night a man named Jeremiah Lo Fouro who had stolen a rido on it fell to tho track The whoels passed ovor his legs mang ling thorn so badly that tho lower por- Â¬ tions of thorn had to bo amputated by tho surgeons at tho Fordham hospital Lo Feuro who will probably dio says ho is 37 years of ago and his homo is at 101 Hastings stroet Chicago Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THREATENED Who Demand n Chauge In the Turkish Government MASSACRES BALTIMORE BlAZE Worth of Â¬ Astoria Or Aug 14 The Oregon Railway and Navigation companys Â¬ steamer Georgo W Elder has arrived hero from Dyea Tho Elder left Dyca tho 0th inst Sho confirms previous ro ports that both tho White and Chilcoot passes aro blockaded Tho routo from Skaguay and Whito pass is moro levol and easier traveling though 25 miles furthor But tho prospectors is landed on Lako Bennott tho second lake above Lindcrman whero travelers by the Chilcoot pass aro landed Besides there is plenty of timber on Bennett lako to build boats whilo there is none on Liu derman Officers of tho Elder say that not ono half of tho peoplo will got ovor tho mountains this winter Many aro selling thoir outfits and returning Letters from parties who wont up on tho Elder advise their friends not to go this fall as thoy can not get through Â¬ Â¬ Over Half a Million Dollar Property Destroyed Baltimore Aug 16 Tho large saw and planing mills of tho Tunis Lumber company whioh are located nt tho foot of Boston streot on tho water front wero destroyed by fire last night Fire was communlcatod to tho structure by a bolt of lightning and the conflagration was only subdued aftor It had wrought damage to tho extent of 000000 Â¬ GOLD FEVER ABATING Â¬ Iteport From Dyea Are Having- - Their llflocU San Francisco Aug 14 During the past week the Klondiko fever has abated somowhat in this city owing probably to the discouraging reports re- Â¬ The aro plenty of ceived from Dyea people who announce their intention of trying tho Chilcoot route in tho spring and of those who aro anxious to go at once a largo proportion soem disposed to travel by St Michaels and up tho Yukon Promoters of tho oxpodltlon by this routo aro ready with profuse assurauocs that tho trip pan be mado before the closing ot navigation but in all cases they are careful not to bind themselves as to taking passongors through this fall At the offices of the steamship compaul6 It is reported that inquiry for tickets ia diminishing Discouraging Caaada Witt Collect HpyaUle The properties burnod and tho cstl matod daniago to each aro as follows mill and Tunis Lumber companys piers with 7000000 feet of lumber houso boat 500000 i H Clay Tunis Wanderer valued at 35000 Thomas McCoskors dry dock aud wharf fW 000 D W Brambles schooner Cadot 5000 tho Young Llcorlco companys 25000 storohouso and Bumao shod As far as could bo ascertained all dam age is fully covorod by insurance Rilled by a Man In Ahibuh Allister Indianapolis Aug 10 Wharton colored was stabbed to death last night in aristocratio Woodruff plaw by aij unknown man supplied to bo William II Bridgowater Jealousy is supposed to havo promptod tho crlmo Brldgowatorfs wife from Wharton whom ha is separated and threo others went to a plcnlo Wharton escorting Mrs Bridgowater homo and was killed by a man in ambush A hat found on tho scone was identified as the property Ho Is still at large of Bridgowater Â¬ bt b4 Aug 14 The Dominion govenfment aro fully deteminod to collect royalties from miners in the Klondike and aUswhwe in the Cana dian Urritorr In ths Yakon Arrange Congressman Wright Dead Mass Aug IB Con pressman Aihloy B Wright dropped cad at his homo hero Saturday night Dead Klited Nkw York Aug JO Colonol James R Haskell invontor of tho mnltioharge gun died at his home at Passalo N J yesterday aged 65 years He had beon - North Aiujih lumo Ottawa Â¬ His principal ill for several years troubles were mental tho resalt of busi Â¬ ness troubles of years ago Ho was paid 1000000 by the government for his in vention Â¬ Casper Funk went to Garnettsvillo Thursday G It Miles went to Breckenridge county Thursday Dave Honry the grocery drummer wH hprn Thnrailav j Absolutely Pure Fortified Towns Entered by tbo LVBorn to the wife of Philip Foushee August 12 an eight pound boy Celebrated for lis great leavening strength and Insurgents With But Very Assures the food Miss Willie Ritchie of Big Spring is healthfulnetsadulteration common to against alum and the cheap brands all forms of Little Rosistanco visiting relatives here this week ROYAL BAKING fOWDIR CO NKW YOBIC W B Mattingly and family spent Sat- Â¬ Nkw York Aug 10 Tho Herald urday and Sunday at Brandenburg Disdaining the services of railroad they publishes tho following from its Ha Â¬ Miss Bottle Osborno is visiting her traveled in a spring wagon and when vana correspondent sister Mrs Coleman of Hudson this last heard from Friday noon wero at Captain General Weylers summer week Morgantown Butler county with 35 campaign came to an inglorious end last Allen Stith ol Stiths Valley was the miles more to travel and having a good Wednesday when ho returned to this city with rebels firing on ffls rear guard guest of Misses Crutcher Wednesday time They expect to bo gono about ten all tho way from Aguacato to Havana night days Tho captain general mado a public en Â¬ Miss Cora McCan of New Albany is Goi dek Rod try into tho capital but his roeoption the gueetof James Tindall and family chilly General Weyler cabled his was resignation to Madrid ou Thursday I this week MOOLEYVILLE Mr John Blair of Vine Grove was saw a copy of tho reply ho received Ho was told to remain in Cuba so long as the guest of his brother Joe a few days Springs wells and cisterns are low and tho present ministry holds power this week If we do not have rain soon great suffer- Â¬ Tho suspense hero is intense but no Mr John Tindall returned to Indiana ing must result excitement appears on the surface General Woyler refuses to discuss tho Monday after a weeks visit to his pa We have forgotten who the candidates situation with any ono Tho garrisons rents here are for tho various offices to be voted for of all interior towns aro being with- Â¬ Undo Dick Willett and wife of Hill this fall I suppose they will arrive in drawn aud sent to larger towns on the coast Even these latter aro not safe Grove were guests of Jim Slpes and fam- Â¬ due time from rebel attacks Guantanunos ily Monday No rain hero Blnce the 13th of June strongly fortified seaport in Santiago Mr R P Adams and wife of Stiths The corn crop Is ruined apples aro suffwas entered by rebols on Aug 4 The insurgents numbered 200 and were un Valley were tho guests of Bill Tindall ering ruining in fact from the same der command of Lateral and Savon and family Sunday All othor crops that did not ma cause Thoy raided Btoros tho city hall and the Mr James Tindall and wife were the tuie early are completely ruined city jail They went to tho wharves guests of Mr Dick French and family of and unloaded a vessel that had ammu The Mooloyvllle and Meade county Thoy remained in Kkron Wednesday nition for them base ball clubs crossed bats at the Mool- Â¬ town for fivo hours Only a fow shots Several men from here attended the oyvllle grounds on Saturday the 7th wero exchanged and a man was killed sale of tho property of Mr Mike Flah- Â¬ Inst resulting in an easy victory for the No houses wero burned Tho inactivity of tho Spanish troops erty deceased at Flaherty Tuesday Meade county boys the score being 1G is Boverely commented on Tho rebel Batteries ISurch and Roberts Miss Edith Stith of Cincinnati and to 5 leader Cobreco ambuscaded a Spanish column at Vigia in Santiago killing Mss Blanche Bouchard of Vine Grove Livers and Mitchell Tho second con- Â¬ Captain Ramon Mollannd nine privates are the euests of the Misses Crutcher test which was played on the 8th result Â¬ Colonol Riza from Pnorta Principe ed In just as easy a victory for the Mool telegraphed tho captain general that tho this week eyvllle team the score being 18 to 13 vanguard of his column was BurprUod at La Estrclla and niuo soldiers killed Eateries Burch and Forbls Roberts VALLEY HOME Wldle at Aquate General Weyler de Â¬ and Mitchell brothers It Is said in no stroyed tho flno sugar estate known as spirit of resentment but we notice a tho Averhoff Tho rebel lieutenant Protracted meeting at Sandy Hill statement by the Brandenburg corres- Â¬ Pabio Roiuoso who became a presentauo in Piuar del Rio guided the Spanish Mrs Ella Smith is on the sick list pondent that leaves the impression that troops to a profectnro where the robols Meade county wiped tho earth with our Leo Bandy went to Freedom Sunday woro making shoes The factory was The result destroyed and soveral persons executed MIbs Nell Sith is the guest of Miss boys which is misleading General Woyler has ordered that Garnett Livers in the first contest was from the fact of tho military commander of Las Minas two very costly errors made by two of Mrs Jennie Stith Is the guest of Mrs in Havana provinco bo courtmartialed our best players and in justice to tho for commissarial frauds Rhoda Anderson Meade county boys it is probable that Tho Danish consulate in Matauzas Miss Willie Reese is visiting her aunt their dofeat in tho 2nd contest was duo has been ransacked by Spanish troops and tho acting consul has mysteriously Mrs Belle Ashcraft to over confidence for thoy aro dandles disappeared Tho senior of tho consular Leo Baudy and sister Miss L Ada at corps in Matanzas has entered a strong HECIAL NOTES OF THE OA51E3 tended tho picnic at Guston protest Jim Mitchell is a dandy and always in I havo just received information Miss Katie Bell Reese was the gutst of the game from a most roliablp sourco to tho effect that General Gomez lias reached Ma Miss Earl Ashcraft Saturday night and Ed Hughes did flno work both in the tauzas provinco Ho has joined General Sunday the field and with the stick So far Garrlllo and is coming west Mrs Buttle McCall of Louisvillp is ho has avoided any pitched battle but Bruners two phenomenal catch- s t IL signs aro not wanting that ho will spending the summer at Mr Robert ited enthusiastic applause from all strike soon Many Orientalcs natives Hendricks of Sautiago and countod to bo tho best Durblns two three base hits and Misses Sallie and Delia Hardin will rebel fighters havo beon seen in Ha Burens home ruu came at the right vana provinco visit friends near Andyvllle and attend time the picnic the 21 Crisis In Madrid Vessels is a little two small but did Mrs Bjlle Ashcraft and children and good work aud is getting larger Madrid Aug 10 Tho political hor- Â¬ all tho Senor Romero Ro izon is menacing Miss Willie Riese were guests of Mrs time blcdo has publicly declared in favor of Nancy Ashcraft Friday It was an all around good game and tho retention of Captain General Woy Â¬ Edward Askins Clinton Texas will was much eDJoyed by the large crowd ler and against any reconciliation with tho dissident Conservatives It is ex Â¬ arrive iu September to ylsit his daugh- Â¬ that assembled to witnees it ported that this will upset the plans of ter Mrs W II Brown But Jo Livers I Did you ever eco as the Conservative party and of tho court Miss Huttle Holt hai returned to her ugly a face as he makes when he pitches and will compol tho queen regent to hoire on Ball Knob from Irviugton that ball Its no wonder thoy cant hit summon tho Liberals whore she has boen visiting friends Mysteriously Disappeared them Fla Aug 10 No The meeting at Sandy Hill Is progress- Â¬ Jacksonville Fen Mitchell was a littlo off during further developments have ocourrcd ing nicely conducted by Rav Duvall the first game and in tho opinion of the filibustering ex- and Rev Brown concerning suspected We have good attend- Â¬ wrltor needed a good sound spanking peditions Tho rovonuo cutters Bout ance and very interesting sormous but oh why did he not redeem himself well and Mortill loft Fernandlna yes terday but their destination is unThere was a nico little crowd out at nobly In tho second contest Spanish Consul Carrio also Sandy Hill Wednesday night from known The Meade county boys are a jolly set departed from that porL presumably to Brandenburg Among them we noticed of fellows and all crack ball players watch dovolopmonts at other points the smiling face of Miss S Estelle Elder The only objections we could find with RESTORED POWERS OF SPEECH them was that they camo from every- Â¬ Christian ICopp an Indiana Farmar Un- where aud wero not oven acquainted with BEWLEYVILLE dereoe a Novel Kiperlence each other Aug 14 Christian EsoLisir Ind Kopp a farmer near Now Middlotown A splendid rain Saturday night until last Tuosday night had boon dumb Do not make your children to become Last Fri lay was Sulphur Rprirg day for two years During tho night claim decrepid In aftbr years by giving them ing to bo wide awako Mr Kopp imag again Ar- Â¬ chill tonics containing arsenic ined that ho saw a burglar enter his Tho Russollvlllo einglog school closed senic ruins their bone and puffs them room aud he was bo frightened that ho Saturday evening They look better for a whilo up could make no movo to awaken his Mrs Dr Smith of Louisville is visit- Â¬ Tho arsenic finally shows its ghastly wife sleeplug by his sido Presently tho sweat began pouring ing relatives in this vicinity results Dr Bolls Peppermint Chill from his pores and ho succooded iu Miss Rose Stith of Louisville is the Tonic contains no arsenic It makeB Mrs Kopp jerking his limbs bo that etout sound bone It cures chills per Â¬ was uroused by which time his fright guest of Mies Celeste Beaviu was so iutenso that ho omitted a yell Our people are attending the Irving manently Short A Haynes which aroused every member of tho tou protracted meeting very well This was followed by Mr family Good Farming Kopp shouting that fhero was a burglar I wonder If Hugh aud Annie did go in tho houso to JtiTersonvllle Hugh said they were One of the most important things Investigation showed that no one had about good farming that most ot us have cntored the house and that Mr Kopp going instead of belug awako was tho vlotlm colorod re- Â¬ to learn is to avoid waste Wo pay taxes Aunt Sukey Mucker However his spceoh re turned to her homo at this place Sun on land that we do not farm of n dream we only mained with him and now he Is confident that his visitor was a spiritual day after and absence of about four half cultivate our fields aud so waste both land and labor we leave a larr e phybiclan sent to heal him years we Mrs Tom Ditto and children Mr and percentage ot the crop in the field ELEVEN PEOPLE POISONED waste time and capital raising inferior Something- Was Mrs Ed Caldwell and children are to It I Ilotlaved That be tho guests of Mr and Mrs John Cox animals we waste money in buying Placed Iu the Dread They Ate what we should taUo ourselves wo Trenton N J Aug 16 Elovon for somo lime waste euergy in trying to do more than persons at the boardiughouse of George Bro Waldon and wife of Big Springs Hlbbs on North Warron street were were the guests of this scribe last Thurs Â¬ any one man can do right we waste poisoned last night presumably from opportunities to improve our conÂ¬ something they had eaten at supper day The visit happened to be strictly dition by Uyiug away from Institutions line of duty visiting the widow Drs Burroughs and Elmer were sum in his and neglecting to read papors we waste moned and In a short timo all wore out aud the fatherless in a thousand and one ways aud then danger The physiolans have taken of The position of anything makes quite we are ready to say that arming dont food for analysis taniples of tho as to its Importance The pay And it is no wonder Loutevllle It is thought the poisou was in the a difference bread bocauio Hlbbs himself who ate figure 1 is a small affair s1 alone bnt Live Stock Journal uo broad was tha only one in ths houso when you pat It before 8 30 It Is differ Â¬ who was not taken fiok ent tblrg altogether About ft month ago a similar cats of i crave dhi una Minute swift tne William Cain Will II Cain Mn W publio speaker in a Musky volee and occurred at tho same board fiolaonlng but it was nbt so sorloai as W Keith and bhy and Miss Florence then he took a dese ol One Ml not the presont case CmIbUK hefewrly Thursday nornlng Cengh Owe and pfoeeetkd with k pro KlUd by a TraUt for RujwllvllW LogM county Tboy dory Minute CottgU Cure ia s Franklin Ind Au 14 John Sin Mttokttsi ft ttm D M Qatnp for Utront and lung trmhlsji nsuiou of ColumJw wm killed In his who ism fownrly of Inh pi tHayiMC oltr last nlxht by belac rwj over br n bl CONSTERNATION IN MADRID POWDER Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ nil 0s A iir it Breckenridge i i Tmi SlfflifUfVgal w T f J v fl News 18 1897 greatest Im Si ft V 0 Bailsgs Editors and FriprUtri happiness to yourself and dnd dollar1 family for the next year invested in n years subscription to the Nkwb A number of our young people accomÂ¬ rr lA WEDNESDAY AUGUST y SIX PAGES For Jenny Im hr pplerthan any Of the Klondike folk I Me For Im diggln gold lor Jenny An shes baVIn1 bread lor me In tunny days or rainy For Im dlggin gold for Jenny In the valleys near at home An at my toll Im slngln For stall her face I tee Who thlnki no flower thats spriiigin la too wect to wear for me I Iti never tar I roam The gold aint alwayi ihlnln But never I repine For Jennys anna are twlnln An Jennys love Is mine So Im happier thin any Of the Klondike folks I tee I For Im dlggla gold for Jenny An shes bakln bread for me F U Stanton In Atlanta Co tliiulln HARDINSBURG L H W TIME TABLE Q0IX0 SUIT Pansngtr Dally arr Uardlniburt- - 727 am sous wur Panengar Dally arr Uardlniburg ll 65 pm Malin improving Will Howards pretty cottage is going up In a hurry Love endangers love and one who Is loved can easily govern Mrs A C Lewis Louisville is visiting Mr and Mrs J W Lewis It is vain in this world to expect tho complete fulfillment of our wishes Mrs Chapeze Wathen of Owensboro left Sunday after a visit to relatives here Mr and Mrs Wells from Maysvillo Ky have been guests of Dr and Mrs Wells Miss Bettie Clarkson has left after a few days with her aunt Mrs G II Cas perke Mrs Eddie Smith and her two daugh- Â¬ ters from Colorado are here to visit relBeard atives Quite a number of young people A number of our young people attend Â¬ attended the party at Charley Millers ed tho Ekron picnic and moonlight Monday night dance Leonard J Mattlngly living three Miss Eva Richardson of Ekron spent miles north of this place died last week the past week with Mrs R II Nevitts of typhoid fever family Miss Keta and Ada Beard have The campers from Sulphur Well returned home after a very pleasant Doe Run came In on a hay ride last visit to Big Spring Thursday night Notice Agents wanted to sell books The Arcade has a handsome double Apply to Taylor Salary guaranteed veranda adding materially to appearBeard Hardinsburg ance and comfort Miss Mittle Breeding has returned If you havent read Tbelma by Cor from Webster where she has been visit Â¬ elll do gst it It is lovely and true for several weeks ing pathetic and grand David Driskell who lives near Har Â¬ Miss Irma Gordon has returned to dinsburg fell from a cliff last Thursday New Albany after a pleasant stay with and broke bis left arm Mies Maydee Pusey Mrs W J Piggott arrived here last Mrs S C Malin Is at home after a pro- Â¬ Saturday from Bewleyvllle to visit her tracted stay in Owensboro with her mother Mrs G P Jolly n daughter Mrs Mason McMonigle Miss Eva Hensley delighted the con- Â¬ t How exquisite in life is the art of not gregation at the M E church Sunday seeing fl some things and of forgetting night last by singing a beautiful solo 8 many that havo been seen Miss Annie Hambleton who has been ft Mrs Stuart Peckenpaugh of Louis- Â¬ visiting Mrs W II Beard returned to a ville is spending August with her par - ir her home at Cloverport last Saturday ents Mr and Mrs McGehee Rev Henry Hook will preach tbe Miss Agnes Malin is with her brother a funeral of Mrs George Carwile at Glenshe will return to Owensboro where she deane the fifth Sunday in this month is engaged in the music business if Rev Dr Hammond colored preached Dr W B and T L Pusey have left s to a large congregation at tbe M E after their annual stay at the old home church last Sunday evening at 3 oclock Dee Pusey only spent a few days Rev Donald Grant will fill the pulpit Mr and Mrs Juno Brown gave a de- Â¬ at the M E church South in this place lightful dance last Thursday night A ei 11 the fifth Sunday in this mouth at large delegation came in from Ekron SI oclock a m Protracted services at the Baptist Walter end Marvin Pate came down Pj church are in progress with tho Rev from Brandenburg last week and spent a Mr Jenkins from Breckenridge county few days with Taylor and Wallace Bab assisting Bro Phillip Jenkins bage Dont miss the excursion on tho Mrs James T Robards and children branch Thursday Aug 20 to Louisville arrived from Owensboro one day last Buffalo Bills great show will be there week and are visiting Mr and Mrs G This will be tho last one run this season Misses Ada Brown and Zula Malin had L Beard A party of young people caino in from a delightful visit to Miss Lena Drury Kirk last Wednesday night and were They are good embassadors and exnert aniKiift enteitalned at a party given by Miss diplomats for n friend Tills column is cheered Ella Dillon Mr and Mrs Chaa Casperke Mr and Misses Nannie Leo Jolly and Mary G II Casperke Miss Bettie Clark- Wratber of Irvington and Nannie Pusey Mrs Chicago were yisitlng Neta and Ada son and Charlie Casperke formed a party to Milan last Sunday to eeo Mrs Joe Beard last week Woolfolk The fourth and last Quarterly meeting J McGehee is at home for his usual of tho M E church South for the summer vacation He Is back at tbo present year will be held at Mt Aon Mammoth Will McGehee has a posl church next Saturday and Sunday tiou with the same firm They have out Dont rolss the excursion on tho beautiful cards branch Thursday Aug 20 to Louisville Edward Bellamys new book Equal Buffalo Bills great show will bo there CaJ v This will be the last one run this season ity is selling rapidly It takes up the story to a certain extent where Looking wiW The prospects are very flattering for a Backward left off I will be glad when good attendance at the Breckenridge some of his predictions are fulfilled Normal College In September Prof The rain last Saturday night has reviv Â¬ ffi Logan is ery much encouraged over ed auimate and Inanimate nature The SwvPR the outlook only trouble wo didnt have near enough Why bavn your time pieces out of the gardens and pastures are DM perishing anlerwheB it will cost such a small for rain Corn is Buffering dust fright Â¬ rim nt to bve them keeping valuable ful X br leavlJMr them witu your jeweler WHt Madame Satah Grands new novel TaSiftl j b abort white T C LewU promises to be an important literary pro- Â¬ f BFMBg Wtthta week to duction She ought to havo been be Â¬ Mini Mwp MMtiisft is tie lower part headed for sending out Heavenly atato Ha will 1 tAmmt About Twins except the sweet Tenor In the im j mi wIM W h pwtMi at his tory QiMsfUttraalngi x THTay Al The new bank opens up to day Mon Â¬ twill Do yon kww what will htimg Uw day with Mr II 0 WootUofl president Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fresh puro druga at Witts Take your country produce to Witts Miss Lizzie Miller is visiting at Clo- Â¬ verport Misses Julia and Allle Witt are visit Â¬ ing at Glendeane Mrs Logan Fate fell Monday and broke ber right arm Patent medicines of all kinds and at bottom prices at Witts Miss Mary McMeador Big Spring is tbe guest of Miss Ellen Stith Herman Kelly who has been sick for tbe past tbree weeks is improving Sewing machine supplies instruments springs and findings at T 0 Lawis The membership at Oakland are talk Â¬ ing of building a new Methodist church Richard May and bis daughter Miss Ida are visiting Mrs Stum at Sacramen- Â¬ to Ky Mrs S E layno has been appointed administrator of tbe estate of G F Payne Tice Jolly had two three year old steers to stray away from his farm some Â¬ time ago Prof Eaaton wife and children New Albany Ind are yisitlng Mrs Taylor Emul- Â¬ In summer take given wait till fall Miss Ilattlo May has returned home sion now from an extended visit to Montana She or winter before beginning went there last spring for benefit other For sale at 50c and fiee by all druggist health and the stay was quite beneficial to her Her brother Warren came in Mr II B Phillips of Owensboro vice with her Sometime ago ho met with a president Mr D Laflbon of Central serious accident He was thrown from City teller and cashier with Gene Fon Â¬ tho delivery wagon he was driving and taine assistant Farmers Deposit Bank fractured his leg He has not been able of Brandenburg to do anything for sometime on account Brandenburg Normal building will of it have another room added before Sept Dont nauseate your stomach with tens 20th for the primary branch Wo are and bitter herbs but regulate your liver expecting a full school Let us all work and sick headache by using those famous and speak a word for tho coming year little pills known as De Witts Little Send for circulars My music class will open Sept 1st and Eearly Risers Short Haynes promises to bo full To pursue music BRANDENBURG means hard work I wish every pupil would start in with that idea playing pieces docs not constitute a musical edu- Â¬ Henry is panied by several married folks took an outing at Spring lake last Thursday evening A lunch was spread about 0 p m to tho delight of the wholo com- Â¬ pany Stjiaykd One two year old red heifer dehorned face nearly white and ring in right ear Any one- returning her to my place two miles east of Hardinsburg will be liberally rewarded Edgar Good man Wllber Brlckey the colored boy who has been living with Coleman Ilaswell for sometime struck out last Sunday evening a foot In tho direction of Clover port Tho supposition is that ho has left for good Ben Macy was adjudged a lunatic in the County Court last Saturday and ordered to the asylum Macy has been acting strangely for sometime His wife and child are both sick witli typhoid fever and he wouldnt allow any of the neighbors to go on the place to see them Tho court ordered a warrant Jor his arrest on this infinnation being - Losing Flesh You naturally lose flesh In the summer and running down Is so easy You get a little weaker each day without hard- Â¬ ly noticing It There Is loss of appetite headache weakness of the muscles disturbed sleep weakness of memory and these are the beginning of nervou3 prostration Iron and tonics and bitters may afford some temporary relief but what you need Is a food for body brain and nerves Dry Goods and Notions WAIT for the OPENING Of Clothing and Gents Furnishings BfcJt the Hy pophosphltes furnishes just the nourishment needed for those who are run down and pale and of Cod liver Oil with thin and weak If you lose flesh Scotts Dont OneJPricenStore Hats and Caps mmammmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmaoBssm tion here last Saturday Platform and resolutions about the same as usually Miss Frankie endorsed by the party Conway a well known Meade county teacher was put on the ticket for n can Â¬ didate against our Democratic nominee W D Ashcraft for School Superinten- Â¬ dent Frank is a progressive girl along educational lines but I am afraid she or her friends have mado a misÂ¬ take in her behalf Mr Ashcraft has made a most efficient popular officer No one could do more for the advance- Â¬ ment and interest of education than he He is a staunch Democrat and will poll a full voto the sound money Democratic vote does not amount to much in Meade but he will get his sharo of it Bennett and Jones were put out for Assessors again wo say stand to the Democratic nominee Stuart Owlngs National tick- Â¬ ets involve a different issue when it comes to county ticket let every Demo- Â¬ crat silver or gold voto without a scratch Under tho rooster oeiy time cation Exercises studies and etudes must be studied diligently Mr R II Nevitt and Mr Weathers of Leavenworth Ind will charter one of the excursion boats from Louisville and give a round trip to Tell City and back on next Sunday There is always some- Â¬ thing romantic about a jaunt on the water music is sweeter theres poetry in the motion a halo of pleasure not ex- Â¬ perienced elsewhere Success to the gentlemen I have heard of another marriage for the fall both Meade county people now elsewhere the would be groom is a wid- Â¬ ower tho bride elect one of our most versatile writers and an altogether fasci Â¬ nating woman The admiration has been of long standing Life is too short to postpone happiness Love at lost is all in this world spontaneous responsive love Due Notice in taasKzzzxsi2Bzzzgm Next Issue of this Paper Cloverport Ky reaywwTfc-aiajEiag-- Boots and Shoes The wave of prosperity has certainly reached Wall street judging from tho papers Let us hope the wave may over- Â¬ flow the bulls and bears domain and that we outsiders may feel the boom The high prices of wheat and the big crops will certainly mean a bonanza to farmers and when this class prospers we all prosper There Is surely a good foreign demand for our products I havo received a catalogue from Ellen dale Commercial College for 189708 Tbe college is situated in Daviess county a short distance from Curdsville on Green river and has met with great success the past year Our town boy or rather now Prof 0 M Neyitt whoso handsome picture adorns tho page devoted to short Â¬ hand telegraphy and typewriting will be ono of the faculty again for tho ensu Â¬ ing year See him for particulars There is an interesting meeting in pro Â¬ gress at Sandy Hill Wo had a hay rido out thero last AVednesday night A large hayframe and four horses A lovely moonlight night and lots of dust Misses Maydee Pusey Lillian and Virgil Rhodes Lida and Mary Haynes Ella Hendrlck Estelle Elder Mabel Hardin learle Wimp Messrs L L Lewis 0 M Henry and Lon Nevitt Gene Fon Â¬ taine T L Pusey Will McGehee and Miss Irma Gordon in a buggy composed the party Mrs Mary Martin and Miss Jen Har din were called to Holt by tho illness of their brother Mr Virgil Hardin News of his death has reached us He was one of Breckenrldges most prominent citizens A prosperous intelligent farm Â¬ er good man kind husband and father has gone Our sympathy goes out to tho bereaved family especially the compan- Â¬ ion that wife who has been by his side for lo these many many years The anguish Tho sorrow I Miss Roberta Richardson of Louis villo oldest daughter of Mr W H Rich Â¬ ardson the well known and popular commercial man of Neal Richardson Co and Mrs Richardson born Brashear will bo married In September to Dr Lynn Kennedy a popular young physi cian of Louisville Bertie was born and reared to young girlhood in this lit- Â¬ tle town where she has the blithest love and esteem of every one Her lovely amiable disposition her attractive per Â¬ sonality and winning manner long ago stamped her Favorite We are glad to know she has chosen well and wisely lor luture happiness The habit of looking on the bright side of things Is a good one and is worth a good deal to one who cultivates it Cer- Â¬ tainly one should not cultivate the habit of looking on the dark Bide especially when he must draw on his forbodings and apprehensions for his vision of that dark side We often see thus what does not exist and what may never exist God has promised grace for each time of need but we have no promises for our hours of worry and fretting Wo are told that we may pats through deep waters but they shall not overflow us Wo ought to uo nuuucu uui uow uiieu we are not He can change disasters to benedictions if we only trusted The Republicans met In maw conven Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hood Miss Jacy McKaughan is visiting Mrs Sash Avitl and attending church at Ray- Â¬ Thrashing in the neighborhood Childrens Day at Sample was attend Â¬ ed by nearly everybody in this neighbor- Â¬ mond rAtntivPH I Miss Zelma Lay is visiting friends and nf TTkflihMrv nrwl church at Raymond TjKMr Ben Lay who fell from a wagon IWftUDU YTIIU YVUCul uuu UTUKti two 01 Ills ribs about three weeks ago is again confined to his bed Rev J 0 Mitchell a relative and namesake of Hon J 0 Breckinridge flllnil nimfnr T Tt rTnnto nlono f Ctnl jnnnnrr Hia firpf flnrwlav In A tmot Saturday preceeding rpi i it iiuisrti iti iin iiijiiii nQV vihiimii rbuto riftm tuvuu ri a vVUiiUU nity August 8th and snatched from our midst ono of our best and most honored citizens James Grant Sr His remains were interred in the Stephensport ceme- Â¬ tery near the Baptist church of which ho was a consistent and faithful member And we might say of him 1 1 rw altntillnn I We I are 1 1 llIC Pure Fresh -- m Â¬ ol 1 Ppnnlpfi i Prompt i 1 CUpiC Delivery j Grocery 1 Gregory Gibson 1 I 5 Cloverport Ky I J IlelcRlon Ailed his soul with peace Upon a dylne bed Let filth look up let sorrows cease lie lives with Christ oer head TvAnd now the news comes to us that another one of our Stephensport friends is gone Mrs Lso Isaacs of Louisville Fort Sale Poland China PJga Worlds but formerly of Stephensport was Fair blood Top Buggy with polo and brought to that place last Sunday and shafts will trade buggy for milch cow burled wo suppose by the Bide of her C 0 Lewis husband and child who preceeded her by seyeral years To her friends we STEPHENSPORT WEBSTER would say that Old Sol la getting in some good work these days and you should bo prepared to protect yourself from his Ecorehrg rays for ho will be with us for some time and tbe weather men Bay hell cook everyone in his reach if theyre not clad In our B j JtorK i UlH A good rain Saturday night Our public roads need work work work Farmers bavo begun plowing for wheat Mrs J P Stewart Louisville is visit ing relatives hero Every expectant mother hao 7kBorn to tho wife of Doc Norton tbe a trying ordeal to face If sho does not 9th a ten pound girl T G Jordan went to Louisville Mon- Â¬ day to dispose of some fine tobacco The gratifying news is received here that Ernest Honderson is improving Geo Thompson and Mary Luney col- Â¬ ored went to Irvington Sunday and they twain were made one If there is any man more active at present than the candidate it is tbe trader He is seen everywhere ftock Norton and Berry Norton are each rejoicing over the advent of a ten get ready for it pound son at each one of their homes thero ts no telling the 14th wliat may happen This county needs thousands of good Child birth Is full immigrants and if we had good public of uncertainties if roads wo would get them Dont you Naturo is not given proper assistance bellevo it Looking to the futurity of his party L 0 Simmons would have preferred that tho eleven pound stranger that ar Â¬ la tho best help you can uso at this time rived at his house the 10th had been a It is a liniment and when regularly ap Â¬ plied several months beforo baby comes son It makes tho advent easy and nearly pain- Â¬ They dont make much fuss about less It relieves and prevents morning it We are speakiug of DeWltts Little sickness relaxes tho overstrained mus- Â¬ Early Risers the famous little pills for cles relieves the distended feeling short Â¬ constipation blllou8nessand all stomach ens labor makes recovery rapid and cer and liver troubles They never gripe tain without any dangerous after effects Mothers Friend is good for only one Short Haynes purposo viz to roliove motherhood of danger and pain SAND CAVE FLAT Oua dollar per bottle at all drug atorcsor tent by expreM on receipt or prlco Fb Sooki containing- valuable Inform Short corn crop tkm or women will be sent to any addrM spM applifttiea to Duet and dry weather TH MlAMtHLD RHKJLATOit CO Plenty of stock for sale There are love links so united Death himself cannot dissever There are true hearts bleeding bllchted That will beat to love forever There are brilliant hopes that perished Ileamlne brighter than before There are those weve misf ed and cherished WaKIng- 00 the ether vhore Gool Summer GETTING READY fearing Apparel Wo now havo everything that is desirable in the way of Summer Dry Goods and Dress Goods Un- Â¬ derwear Shoes and Slippers Light Summer Suits Straw Hats Parasols Umbrellas Fans Etc We are giving bargains every day in Summer Furnishings and take special pains in fitting you up comfortably for the hot summer months Trices suited to the times hard times too g W AT i JUi t7 OOeTVUiriVJ ikvinutun VAlj iliV W SsX3 Mothers Friend y BRECKENRIDGE C B NORMAL COLLEGE lPIUST TffiBM OPICNB SlCPTJEMlllfirt COURSE OF STUDY Persons desiring to know more about the courses are Invited to write their Individual wants to the President TUITION In preparatory according to advancement 13 per month In other courses I10AKD From Jtjo to ioo per week For further particulars address J II B LOGAH PRKST HATiDINSBURO KY mmmmmmimn t mmmmmwitu E2 j MT BUSINESS scientific classical iiuiiiuaiiiuuiuiiaiuuuuuiiuiuuiKi The News has been honored with com Â¬ plimentary tickets Cannelton Cycle meet which cornea off Monday Aug 23 This meet promisee to be one of the beat lo-Â¬ cal affairs this summer and should not be rnlid by any one The CftiuMltoa poplar noted for their lioapiUWy and never do thlngi by the half XUm KU Jolly desiring to enter the mercantile AdeWesa Dr R W BUKCUMcQuStV Ky 0W nouse and dwclliag at j5AEne excellent point for anyiwo Station An - To Cure GsMMttiMtlM Vrvw Take CuacureU Caady CattamlsL 14a or Ma J er Tiers IMtfa St In THE BRROKRNRIDGR NWS OLOYERPORT KY BRfcCKENMDGE NEWS 18 1897 WEDNESDAY AUGUST rakcaJaU CURECONSTIPATION 10 ALL m DR MENDfiNHALIiS SPECIAL VI LOW RATES THE CATHARTIC IMPROVED CIL A IYER GDI B O S W RY TO Assembly- I For Family or Medical Use aNaaaHI S Oliaiilmiqiiii X DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CLERK COURT OK APPEALS I 25 50 KKMKIIY CO DRUGGISTS ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED pis and booilft trtt Ad 8TKItlnO VeoJXX6rVB7VrVV Tork Chicago Montr at Can orfnr Going August 2 to 23 inclusive Itelurn limit August 31 Iiiillniinpolls lnd Alt Html Con vriitloit Youiijr lcoplba Llirlit Ture Apple Tfcrandy Inn Union ill SAM SHACKELFORD FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE JUDGE T R McBEATH FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEVl WEED S CHELP - FOR STATE SENATOR ELIJAH ASHCRAFT FUSION TICKET FOR REPRESKNTATIVK t J II LENNIN i f - - FOR COUNTV 1UDGK W E MINOR FOR COUNTY CLURK A M HARDIN T A McGILL Deputy FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY i v - GUS BROWN FOR CIRCUIT CIEHK V - R S SKILLMAN FOR SIIBItlvPt RICHARD OWEN k r J FOR JAILER D BEELER i FOR ASSESSOR REV GEO E MORRIS FOR SUPT SCHOOLS K HARMAN FOR SURVEYOR H C JOLLY FOR CORONER LEE BISHOP JBvfsi REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR REPRESENTATIVE JOHN P HASWELL JR FOR COUNTY JUDGE WM AHL FOR COUNTY CLERK hv OWEN CUNNINGHAM FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY RN MILLER FOR CIRCUIT CLERK SHERMAN BALL FOR SHERIFF VB BURTON FOR JAILER GUS SHELLMAN FOR ASSESSOR JOHN H COMER FOR SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS - ANDREW DRISKELL FOR SURVEYOR i CHINTZ ROYALTY FOR CORONER JOHN SPENCER Wheat and Silver From the Atlanta Constitution lX w The gold organs are now pointing to the divergence between the price of wheat and the price of silver and declar Â¬ ing with some bIiow of triumph that the recent fall in silver without a correspond- Â¬ ing fall p wheat explodes the argument of tho blmetallista that silver and the staple crops rise or fall together But some very able editors are calling attention to tho matter and pounding their tomtoms And this is all tho more singular Bince some of the newsÂ¬ papers engaged in gloating over the situation print in parallel columns a complete answer to their own argu- Â¬ ments In one column they say a free coinage fallacy is exploded by the up- Â¬ ward tendency of wheat and In another column they print a full explanation of the divergence They print the expla- Â¬ nation and then ignore it Tho truth is that the providential causes which cut short the wheat crops in Argentina in ltussia in India and in Germany have temporaiily given the advantage to tho American wheat grow- Â¬ The situation is such that the ers American wheat growers should he get Â¬ ting 1 60 a bushel for their wheat They are receiving about 70 cents But this is 20 cents more than they would receive if the worlds crop of wheat were an average one v 4 It is plain to be seen therefore that the divergence between the price of wheat and that of silver is due to the fact that the American wheat growers are called on to supply tun worlds de Â¬ mand for that cereal The particular circumstances that have brought this about are purely providential in their character and are therefore outside of all argumentation They cannot be re Â¬ lied on to establish a theory or to upset a fact They may occur again next year or fail to occur during the next cen- Â¬ tury Meanwhile it should be clearly borne In mind that blmetalllsts have never contended that wheat and silver or cot ion and silver would rise and fall toÂ¬ gether under all conditions and clrcum- Their contention which has DtaBces leeu established by irrefutable data is that other things being equal the price of silver and the prices of the staple crops will riso or fall together or to jnt it in simpler form that the avorage of price over any series of years will riiow that altverand the ataplu crop rise er Ml Ih the warkuls together Extraordinary conditions such a the bllMM of whaat crops In other countries UM0t U taVen In consideration Ttojr uw mJotmmii and stand apart mult of tl Wbm iUW Ml m obi of Uw IwUaa mlnU whsat ami -- cotton did not respond until tho follow- Â¬ PATESVlLLe ing year Just at present wheat shows an up- Â¬ Deferred from last weel ward tendency because our wheat grow- Â¬ Subscribe for tho News it is tho paper ers are unexpectedly called on to supply you need tho worlds demand Is there ony guar- Â¬ Wm Smart of Cloverport was here antee that thoy will bo so fortunate next yoar or tho year after Do the gold Thursday K F Gabbert who has boen quite sick economists propose to make crop failures in other countries tho basis of permanent is improving Do they propose to main Â¬ prosperity William Lynch went to the Falls of tain the gold standard by claiming that Rough Sunday among ether things it Is warranted to Miss nirtha Gist of Utility is visiting produce crop failures in all countries Miss Maud Marlow except tho United States 7 James Nix is very sick it is thought Along with the increased demand for American wluat there is a decreaso In he has typhoid fever If you want good fresh and cheap the domand for silver Japan is no long- Â¬ er a purchaser tho demand from China groceries go to Gordon Lynch Mrs T W Harmon has tho best stock has fallen off and tho condition of India is such as to warrannt no importations of of dry goods in town and the cheapest bullion to that country Thus we havo Thero vtore moro people hero during conditions that explain tho temporary the Association than has beon for many divergence in price On the otiior hand years we have with us an object lesson in cot- Â¬ Dont forget the ball Saturday night ton With the crop out the bauds of the Aug 1 f Everybody is invited to at farmers and at tho heels of the season it tend is bringing not moro than 7 cents on the Miss Nannie Kinder of Tobineport farm So far as the prices of wheat and silver Intl is visiting friends and relatives at are concerned we can confidently prom- Â¬ this place Mr and Mrs P M Rlgdon of Owens ise our gold oconomlsts that they will even up When competing nations boro are visiting friends and relatives at make average crops it will be found that this place the price of wheat will fall to the silver Thanks for tho ice cream at Sir Mar levol Wo would remind tho gold edit- Â¬ lows Saturday night it was just simply ors that true economists do not attempt splendid to establish theories on the basis of tem- Â¬ Jessie Marlow will leave soon for In Â¬ porary and extraordinary conditions diana where ho will work for the CinThey know that data based on these are cinnati Cooperage Co misleading and wholly untrustworthy School opened at this placo Monday under the supervision of W W Dunn A Remarkable Cure of Chronlo Diar- Â¬ and Miss Agnes Gordon rhoea It is very dry and hot Tho com crop In 1802 when I sorved my country us in this part of the county will fall short a private in Company A IC7th Pennsyl ono half unless it rains in a few days vania Volunteers I contracted chronic E O Gordon lias a fino crop of Tobacdiarrhoea It has given mo a great deal co Ho is expecting about 10 per hun-Â¬ of troublo ever since I have tried a dred for It Surely he has somo confi- Â¬ dozon different medicines aud soveral dence in McKinloy prominent doctors without any permaThe Herbert and New Chapel braes nent relief Not long ago a friend sent bands will visit the Tar Springs Aug 22 me a sample bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Several from this place will be in attendand after that I bought pnd took a 50 ance and a good time is expected The party ot M V Marlows given in cent bottle and now I can say that I am entirely cured I cannot bo thank- Â¬ honor of Misses Nannie Kinder and ful enough to you for this great Remedy Birtha Gist Saturday night was a suc- Â¬ and recommend it to all suffering veter- Â¬ cess Every ono spent a pleasant even- Â¬ If in doubt write me Yours ing ans gratefully Henry STEiNnnaEit Allen Miss Jennie Patterson our candidate Sold by A R Fisher for County Superintendent was hero town Pa Miss Jonnlo Cloverport and R A Shellman Steph during tho Association ensport is a splendid young lady and wo feel confident that she will be elocted by a ApiUi uie useful in nervous dyspep Â¬ large majority sia tlit y are nutritious medicinal nud Editor J D Babbaga was here Thurs Â¬ vitalizing they nid digestion cloar tho voice correct tho acidity of tho stom- Â¬ day shaking hands with his many friends and taking subscriptions for his paper ach tiro vuliiablo in rheumatism in somuin mid liver tumbles An apple The News is the best county paper in contains uh much nutriment as n potaState everybody should take it We to in a pleasautcr and moro wholesome would be lost without it form The True Remedy Old People W M Repine editor Tiskilwa 111 to Old people who require medicine Wo wont keep houBe Chief says regulate tho bowels and kidneys will find for This without Dr Kings Now Discovery the true remedy in Electric Bitters Consumption Coughs and Colds Ex Â¬ medicine docs not stimulate and contains perimented with many others but never no whiskey nor other intoxicant but got the true remedy until we used Dr It acts acta as a tonic and alterative Kings New Discovery No other rem- Â¬ mildly on the stomach and bowels add Â¬ edy can take its place in our homo as in Â¬ ing strength and giving tone to the orwe havo a certain and sure curo for gans thereby aiding naturo in the per- Â¬ it Coughs Colds Whooping Cough etc Â¬ formance of the functions Electric Bitis idlo to experiment with other rem- Â¬ ters is an excellent appetizer and aids It edies evon if they are urged on you as Â¬ digestion Old people find it just exactjust as good as Dr Kings New Discov- Â¬ ly what they need Frlce fifty cents and good because this Drug ery They are not as 100 per bottle at A It Fishers remedy has a record of cures and besides Store is guaranteed It never fails to satisfy Trial bottle free at A R Fishers Drug Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IflNaaaHI AaaaaaaaaBBSWll lassW GUAUANTKED TO CURE Going August 17 and 18 Inclusive Iteturn limit September 12 Nnllonnl iiicaniiiucnt Hon or Vet craim Going September 8 and 0 inclusive Iteturn limit September 15 i t 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 of introducing my goods will make special prices on one to four gallon packages 95 goods 200 per gallon and ojr goods 175 per gallon f o b AH packages securely sealed and shipped on short notice llllffnln moiit M Y l A It Inciimp CHILLS AND FEVER And Malaria In all Form Tasteless None genuine without the above picture and tho signature of J GMendenhall Prloo BO conta at all Doaloro PREPARED ONLY BY T O EVANSVILLE MENDENIIALL IND HAYNES Do yon aulTer Going August 21 to 23 inclusive Iteturn limit September 20 Columbus Kcuiilou of Army of Went VlrRliilu Going September 7 and 8 inclusive Return limit September 22 iw Good CM SMITH Andyville Ky Sold by SHORT ncvere llcntlnchei Aro Union Vctornn lliicnmpiuciit Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order We fully realize your thoughts when the idea of Iicirion Niitlonnl U llelp cure that nerrourneM and eoolckncil by tho ute ot this Inhaler the reateit ptlmulant ami proventatlre known Wonilcrml re lief In liar ctct and Aathma HIIUY OUHII MAVN tNIIAIrlt and yon will ajwya null If ul aft It el DntiprtL aed frlu By all 0 eat Redfor HMk en HMhl free UBiiais vuiucu rixciuiaas isu v s a nra or KxhiillMlnnr DO going to take a trlpt YOU TRAVEL you from JVVv VniIatjoi Arrvonanrsa Why not iMivii Hrnalck having dental work done comes but nevertheless Going September 21 and 22 Inclu- Â¬ sive Iteturn limit October 12 they must have attention and the sooner the better We are prepared to do your work with a guarantee For further information as to special Hates and Limits for the above occasions to give satisfaction at exceedingly low nrices and for occasions and points not men- Â¬ We will be at Irvington on Wednesday and Thursday after the tioned herein consult Ticket Agents fourth Monday of each month It is to your interest to consult us B O S W lty oraddreBS 4 j hi fjuusiiuouuii Genl Tassenger Agont Cincinnati O HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky At the Law Office of V G BABBAGE IN HARDINSDURO J C BUSH D D Gannelfon lnd S Office on 6th St You Can Get Dentistry In all Its Branches p actlced and all operations performod In the molt skillful manner at prices to suit the time Crown and Drldge Work a specialty extracted Positively Without laln IHowt Complete Dental ICoonm Teeth v3 A Deed Mortgage or any writ ten instrument drawn Rent buy or sell a ulcco of land Collections made and remit nnces prompt Copying dono on tho Call graph tho best type writer in tho world in ftoiitliftnt I milium SSSxStsxSSeSSiSiSxSxSiS I mTiwb iTfifsTsf 1 Vm ml2x Good Neat Printing Is just as essential to success In business as your inting with any of the mcrchan tilc agencies Write us for prices and All work samples guaranteed JnaeaMeataulDg Mem orrImpotency HlewplemtnoM etc cnaned bj Abate or other hicmsefl ana lodlr oretioni Thty nuicKtu ami turttu restore Lost Vitality In oMorjounBanJ fit manfarfttudr ImilnMi nr marrlami TfrdR IreTerjt Insanity and Consumption if taken In time Their um shows Immediate improTe mentand effects a CUKE nbero all other fall In eiit upon h at in a the eenatne AJnx Tablets They hare oared thousand and will cure you Wepivw apoe ltlre written Raarantee to effect a euro Cfl pTO in eachoasoor refund the money Price wU U Iwi per packages or six pkgea full treatment for 360 lij mall in plain wrapper upon receipt of price Circnlar ME A MAN MADETABLETS POSITIVELY CDItE AJAX ijuLtTirrromm Z T COX Agent - - Ekron Ky jM AJAX REMEDY CO Zuu For Snlo In Clovcrpor Ky by Short A Ilayncs DriiRclsla Breckenridge News Noah Advertised The time of departure of the ark and people who didnt believe in advertising had to stay out in the rain for forty days They undoubtedly changed their views but their postofflce address has never been learned Try an ail In the NKUS for Thit Dull time Kwlinr ALL OUT FOR ANDYVILLE To the Old and Renowned Are yon going to get wet Picnic Grounds Where We will spend one more Day of Pleasure BOOK EEEPINO SHORT HAND TELEItArHY PEUKAKSn ETC Saturday Anfist 1897 Who desires to better his or her condition ia life sbrnu wite fMzJMzz7fMrt j ov BRYANT No tho Catalog lie ot lis 400 THIllII BTHEET LOUIBVIJJD JY STRATTON t4 RATES nTSa Tht m sreontr Mu Hotfillntfwcltu As Usual no Pains will be Spared Music to make it a day enjoyed by all for dancing will be furnished by Fullen widers String Band A good Brass Band will be in attendance Hutchison Brown the celebrated Artists will be on hand to catch your shadows n Not All Do It said Any fool cnu writo a novol You can mako things como Griggle Storo r v- 7jyAi inrTi Hfiii 1t11iT -- - Ml rj out just as yon want them to roplicd Dixon Very true but you must admit that thero are somo Bos Â¬ fools who do not write novels ton Transcript 9100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dread Â¬ ed diseaso that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Curo Is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disoaso requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Curo is taken internally acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroy- Â¬ ing tho foundation of tho disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work Tho proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to curo Send for lists of testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 -Sold by Druggists 75c English authors havo in tho main Fow countries like Norway pension a poet as Ibsou has boon or as lu Hun Â¬ gary provide a resldonco and incomo by tho gifts of friends as has been dono for Moritz Jokai tho Hungaxiau poot Out of 350000 wen who Joined th5 Russian nriny lust yoar moro than 200 000 wore unable to road or write There Is a time for every thing and the time to attend to a cold Is wha It startfl Dont wait until you haye con sumption but prevent it by using One Minute Cough Cute the greatest remedy for coueua cold croup broachltte awl Short all throat an 1 lung troublr Haynea Â¬ It Takes Wins I knew Daniel Drew whon ho had 10000000 aud ho died in dobt I know a gentloman who at one timo had 3000000 in tho bank who is now earning about 1200 a year Tho 3 000000 was in cash in addition to his Investments of various kinds Thero arc a dozen men in New York who ask mo for occasional loans of from 50 cents to 5 who when I first camo to New York wcra among tho rich men of tho town Oliauucoy M Dopow TlXTitiTTTsMsTighfrirTs J THE COUNTY CANDIDATES Buoklene Arnica Salve The Best Salve in the 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 Fob Sale by A R Fisher Tho smallest book in tho world is a Kouvcrsatious Loxikou published in Berliu and propurcd by Daniel Sanders Tho volumo occupies tho Bpaco of only six cubic contimetors 0800 oublo inch although it is claimed to coutaiu 176000 words Tho Book must bo read through a microscopo especially pro pared for it will be on hands and will entertain you for a while Remember nobody ever goes away hungry at an Andyville Picnic Din Â¬ ner 25c Come everybody old young little and big and spend a day of pleasure I New 1 ggg3ii BSBSEffigaBgE no A I York Laundry Louisville Ky B T Owings Chester Buren Nick Hardesty Davis Cunningham Haynes Board C M Smith T J Greenwell Props I have resumed the agency for the above Laundry which is the best in the city and desire the pat- Â¬ ronage of all who appreciate been bettor paid than ou tho contiuont First Class Work AND DAUGHTERS budding Into womanhood Development alon tallow paint la back ana lido sad constantly tired Moat life for critical both mother and daughter Regulate and strengthen the delicate organs which should perform the natural unctions of alow eyes dulled face pimpled complex WOMANHOOD trying and time of WINTERSMITHS During 13 years Winter anttksktochu has never failed In curing the HI of girlhood at thU critical time All dnanlata and nerthaats Arthur eter C5 Louisville Ky On 1 AgaaU wosBMhood BUCHU An agent in ovory town to soil tho POST DISPATCH Tho POST DJSPATOH contains from 8 to 14 pngos daily and from 88 to 50 Tho Sunday FOST DISPATCH is the biggest and best Sun Sunday day paper outsido of New York City Besides its 50000 words of spe Â¬ This is a cial telegraph it contains a 12 to lG pago Magazine Section big budgotof bright interesting articles arrangod in a most artistio man Â¬ ner It also contains a Colored Cover which is Himply a marvol Nearly 100 per cent profit Writo for samples Bigmonqy foragonts Dont think your town is too small but write for particulars and try it Circulation Department Address at onco POST DISPATOir St Louis Mo WANTED Prompt Delivery mBC ftBjfy -- KP All Goods Called for and Delivered ISj jffl Iffll mi jA S7Sf T TWyrs w 53y i17wr sf Win -THE 1MJ BRECKENRIDGE BRHOKBiHHjOCH NHWS OJUOVEXRPOHT KY J ypwi CO KENTUCKY i understand what they are My Ing to you The sounds of the fields the highways and even the busy streets chime in with WEDKN8DAY AUGUST 18 1807 the rugged harmony of your heart Come tlio hoarse roar of the storm or the gentle sighing of breeze they aro both one to yon The storm you defy Â¬ W A and the breeze you would force Into ltwJtstitt TTu strength for you aro a man walking with By Memo Vs head fearlessly erect treading the earth Copyrighted by Dawe Tabor like a king You are nerved to your beet becauso a woman has owned that she tf W io nsW LiwrXiiw lrnciWFs u FATTENING CATTLE loved you she haa bowed down her HARVESTING CORN You have To YOUNG MEN IN LOVK Ynrks WelfjW iw w rrtf cYVvtf UJiToCuVJ had your chances to wit other follows mightiness to make you feel that she An Authority Snye That There Ia Good Result Gained Daring Fonr Years Test when they gradually absented them- Â¬ leans on you audit braces up all the best rroflt In Feeding Cattle at the Ohio Station -Twolvo cent corn in Knusaq No selves from the store or tho corner but that is within you You are now at tlio Two or thrco years ago as n result of supreme moment of your life your days brnska aud Iowa has been tlio means of tho dry season and consequent failure ayte1 now your turn has come for I assume your male companions have nl ready are big with fate Ivo is subllmo iu its enabling n great many farmors to mnko of grass both as meadow and pasture found you out Like thieves rot to influences it is awful in its possibilities money in feeding cnttlo during tho past it was strongly urged that tho ontiro year Iu commenting on this fact corn crop bo saved in order that thero calch thieves yon recognizo tlio syrup might bo a hotter supply of forago on At the outset Ispoko of Imoasancatls Orange Jndd Farmer Bays loins and they tease you a littlo if yon It has long been a well established tho farm It was insisted that it was An oasis ia exactly the sort of place that A Tfttvic are easy going and much nioro if you fact that tho most can be mado out of unwiso to grow a crop and allow half are bad tempered about it Now a describes the Irvo of many The travel- cheap aud ubundunt farm crops such of it to go to waste for tho want of addi Â¬ stranger a 3oung man among young er over a dreary deeert with its drought as tho ono named not by marketing in tional labor necessary to save it in good ln v iit l men would like n really thorough com and misery flings himself with joyous a raw state but by converting iutp beef feeding condition and a largo number niunlon with you on the same subject gratitude under refreshing shade The pork nud mutton Without tho bluro of of farmers in the south and west bo much discussion in i su r-a but not in the same rpirit of fun inak vory strergh he gains too often makes trumpets or veryvast number of farm caino persuaded that tho stover was tho newspapers n ing I realize that none of us know all him gow weary of pcacr makes him ers in our control and western starts worth looking after with tho result moro fodder is now that a groat things that Botne fnw of us think more pine change makes him dream of more havo profitably converted tho enormous shocked anddeal cured than was tlio case than others and that the greater beauteous epota yet to ha found From corn crops of 1805 aud 1800 into boof on ly a fow years ago In this connection JtfXV Tho faturo of profits iu fattening cnt- Â¬ tho Iowa Homestead says number enttr Into no sort of under Â¬ the desert became hack to the desert ho goes Since tlio iltsirt is a place of tlo is of course nn uncertainty as is standing of the beautiful oasis lovo can Many objected then however somo prove to bo in a desert life So let us danger detriment and death I would that of any basiness venture yet ac Â¬ becauso of tho amount of work involved and others bcoauso thoy boliqvod that chat together as though I were a tried warn you from It so next week wo will cording to tho authority hero quoted tho surroundings aro favorable Many to cut and shock corn caused n loss in to whom you had return to our present subj ct and trusted friend farmers begun tho campaign of feeding tho grain crop which wont far to nega come iu perplexity for later markets by pioking up stock tivo tho advantago gained from saving Practice Eoonomy HAYNES cattlo cither at homo or iu adjacent tho fodder There was at that timo lit- Â¬ Sold by SHORT In buying medicine oa in other matters markets and placing tlieso on excellent tlo if any nccurato experiment directly Do you realize how great a change It is economy to git Hoods Sarsaparilla pasturago in tho belief that hard feed bearing on tho question and tho dis Without B Light has come over your spirit Go bock a because thero 1b more medicinal value will contiuuo cheap for a long timo to cussion of tho subject was based prin- Â¬ A small boy cyclist was ridiug with- Â¬ Reserves of corn from tho last cipally upon nnalogios and on somo ex Â¬ out few years iu your memory As a whoop- in Hoods Sarsaparilla than iu any other como u light and was stopped by a park ing rollicking boy full of good spirits Every bottle of Hoods Sarsaparilla con- two crops aro unknown but aro un Â¬ periments in relation to cutting corn at officer who asked him in gruff toucs questionably largo and tho ontlook is different seasons and tho argument was whero his light was and a probnblo tyrant among your sis Â¬ tains 100 doses and will average taken for nnothcr liberal yield although per Â¬ inconclusive Why its hero exclaimed thoridcr ters girls were all very similar to you according to directions to last a month haps less than that of last fall So good Â¬ There aro now however more prac iu surprise Your free boyish spirit made you almost while others last but a fortnight has been tho demand for stock cattlo in tical data to go on Tho Ohio experi Yes but its out solemnly assert look down on tio helpless softies Hoois Pills are the favorite family Chicago Kansas City and other western ment station has issued a bulletin in ed tho patrolman who could not climb trees at all nor run cathartic and liver meJiclne Price 23 markots that tho prico early this sum which tho result of four years test of Well it wus lighted nt that last mer worked up to relatively high fig- Â¬ tho prcciso question la given Iu 1880 turn races well nor play games passably cents ures This has been followed by a reac- Â¬ n field qnito uniform in stand was di- Â¬ Thero may have been in those early Sonny cold couldnt havo tion making it possiblo for tho farmers vided iuto thrco parts Ono part was been lighted its days one bright eyed school miss who this ovoning triumph Â¬ to buy moro advantageously Institute cut aud shocked in tho usual way tho antly announced tho ofllcor found in you a champion and a pro- Â¬ Tho same is truo in n degree of tho second was topped whilo tho third re Â¬ The Fifth annual session of Brecken Huh I That thin motal cools in n tector But you were more or less ridg County Colored Institute convened older middlo states such as Ohio tlio mained undisturbed to maturo on tho miunto Ill light that lamp and wait ashamed of your sneaking regard had Virginias and Pennsylvania wherocorn stalks That loft standing produced 80 until it gets redhot put at Hirdmsburg Ky July 20 and con- can bo eocnred it out then no idea of the kingdom of lovo whose from tho west at low bushels to tho aero tho topped tinued five days The Institute was initial prices and low rates of freight 7G0 bushels aud tho shocked corn corn rido to tho next comer nnd back and you were traversing and the outskirts 051 when I return itll bo cold to order by the County Superin- Â¬ Isnt it probablo that tho old timo mon bushels This indicated a considerable boy who poked fun at you about it called All right assented tlio tendent The choir furnished music ey making industry of feeding cattlo for loss iu shocking But n repetition of ncuto policeman try it was almost sure to be given the lie may bo revived in many sections tho test tho lioxt year reversed theso re Â¬ Tho boy lighted tho lantern waited witli a full measure of the lists behind prayer was offered by Prof Win Poyn- - market ter The instructor Prof J E Woods where it has apparently gone iuto dis sults and tho corn loft standing prountil it grew redhot turned it out and it In time that experience proba- Â¬ of use The country is very largo how duced 0 15 bushols per acre tho topped started and that kid is going yet Elizabethtown being absent the Insti Â¬ bly came to an end The girl was for- Â¬ ovcr and iu spito of reports from im Â¬ corn 053 bushols and tho shocked corn Philadelphia Press Vlr portant territory gotten or if ever remembered only as a tute elected tho following olllcers that tho number of cat- Â¬ 720 bushels Threo tests on farms in giniaScott Secretary Itev HintonChap tlo availablo for later markets will be different parts of tho stato uudcr tho confirmation of your later theory that An Atlanta Enterprise of Great Merit Tho Superintendent appointed small it must not bo forgotten that tho woman direction of tho station gavo varying needs a protector in man lain the following committee on pregam development of a real shortage is over results two of them favoring tho stand Â¬ It affords us pleasure to call especial Schooling came to an end business nud nlwnys only n rcmoto possibility ing corn uud ono tho shocked corn The attention to the advertisement of tho began and the chums of the store and 0 T Cook Addie L Blair and Mrs But this docs not niter tho fact that ju conflicting results mado further investi- Â¬ Committee on resoluMothers Friend appearing in this the street had so much of evil suggestion Pauline Jones Wm Poynter Iula Helm and dicious feeding of cattlo well bought gation necessary and four varieties no issue tions to make regarding girls that your main will insuro good returns to tho farmer two ripening at tlio snruo timo wero The BradHeld Regulator Co of Atlan- Â¬ thought of them was as a very pleasant C S Braxton It is ndvisablo to push tho fattening sent to ten different formers with in Twenty five teachers wero enrolled alterlhought of tlio Deity devised for procesi as rapidly as possiblo if tho cat- Â¬ struotious as to how to conduct tho ta Ga have at great expense issued a the amusement and comfort of mankind The county syllabus was carefully fol- Â¬ tlo tiro to bo marketed soon Tho ad tost Counting each variety as a sopa most attractive and meritorious book lowed The various topics wore discussvlco is given that young steers intended rato test 14 gavo best yield when which they mall free containing infor- Â¬ of whom you were chief ed in an interesting and instructive for fattening this fall and winter bo fed shocked and 10 yielded moro largely mation of the greatest value and impor- Â¬ manner The teachers felt themselves si littlo grain nil summer oven if tho when matured on tho standing stalks tance to all ladies expecting to becomo But now another change has come greatly benefitted by tho information pastures aro first class This solid food Tho average for four seasons however mothers socms to givo n thriftiness and vigor was 5520 bushels from shocked com Forgetting your belittling ideas of received from their instructor That the Mothers Friend is a rem The Superintendent was preaent every which starts them off readily when put aud 5445 bushels from that left stand Â¬ edy wonderful in its eflect and relieves softiea and playthings you have on full feed and moro than pays tho ex ing expectant mother of incredible been press d forward by the selective session and enlivened the Institute with tra cost Iu attempting to ascertain tho reasons tho impulse of Nature to a point where you many pointed and pithy sayings The fur tlic variations it careful study of tho suffering and robs the final hour of Illsulplildo of Carbon see one whom you desire to have and following resolutions were adopted by details of all tho trials lead to tho con- confinement of its dread pain and tor Sinco bisulphide of carbon is being so clusion to hold though all the rest perish In the Institute whero corn is sufficiently ror is fully attested by the experience commonly used for tho protection of all matured that tho timo of cutting tho of That tho Institute retain a vote of at happy mothers all over this conti other words you are in love and grains which aro liablo to attacks from diffcrenco in yiold of grain per aero be because you are I believe for a time at thanks to tho Hardinsburg people weevils in storage it becomes an impor Â¬ tweou that cut aud that loft standing is nent That the Institute tender Prof J tant question to know what effect tho bi A perusal ot the book will convlnco least you have escaped from earlier vory slight If not sufficiently matured any lady and the uso of Mothers unworthy ideas The woman you lore E Woods their thanks for his patience sulphido has on tho germinating power at cutting timo unless is very grcon of tho grains Tlio division of botany of moro sound corn will boit has opened the dismal dungeon of las- Â¬ and instructive work secured by cut- Â¬ Friend cause her to become its enthu- Â¬ That the Institute tender their thanks tho department of agriculture has made ting and shocking than by allowing tho siastic friend blessing tho hour when civious thought that holds so many youths in thrall How has she done it to MiBS Virginia Scott for the service as a largo number of oxperimonts with dif com to stand on tho stalk and tako tho first she heard of it and was induced to use it Mainly through your own conviction Secretary Rev Hinton Prof 0 F Har- Â¬ ferent varieties of grain and vegetables Â¬ chances of cotton peas Indian com rices comSend your name and address to Tho that whatever of playthings other vey as Chaplain and Organist and mon garden beans Kaffir corn barloy Yon and Your Grandfather That teachers use thor influence wheat and oats Tho gonernl conclusion women may be this one your one is Bradfield Regulator Co Atlanta Ga a pure noble spirit Your soul is at for the re election of Supt A Driskell from tho oxperimonts was that thero Are removed from each other by a span and receive in return free this excel- Â¬ Virginia Scott Sec was no npprcoiablo diffcrenco in tho of many years Ho travelled in a slow lent book To Expectant Mothers last out of its prison of wrong under- Â¬ vitality of wheat corn barley or rye going stage coach while you take the containing information of value to all standing a woman lias released it and between seed that had becu treated uud lightning express or the electric car ladles in the first access of a new idea you For three years we have never been place her on a pedestal of glorious without Chamberlains Colic Cholera that which was untreated when tho When he was sick he was treated by Ecodwas rrcatcd in bulk for 21 hours at old fashioned methods and given old EdncatoVour Itonrola With Cuscareta esteem you worship her in secret as a and Diarrhoea Kemedy in the house Candy Cathartic euro constipation tho rata of a pound of tho chemical to fashioned medicines you demand lOo 26o If O O O fall druggists refundforeror but monoy goodees hoping soino day soon to pro- Â¬ says A II Patter with E 100 bushels of tho grain Generally the OAtkins modern ideas in medicine as well as in claim her as Mich in the ears of the Co Indianapolis Ind and my wife seeds of cotton peas boons buckwheat eyery thing else Hoods Sarsaparilla is community would as soon think of being without oats and tho cobbago family and cow peas will cuduro very severo treatment the medicine of to day It is prepared flour as a bottle of this Uemcdy in the by modern methods and to its prepara- Â¬ Wo have used it with all with tho fumes of carbon bisnlphido summer Mark how the sleeping lamlsrape without injury to their germination to tion are brought the skill and knowledge three of our children and it has never any appreciable extent Lies In Iht twilight gray On the other of modern science Hoods Sarsaparilla LOUISVILLE KY Aug 17 1897 failed to cure not simply stop pain but hand corn wheat ryo Uy the hades of night half hi J Jen and other orops acts promptly upon the blood and by Dreaming the time away cure absolutely It Is all rigit and any belonging to tho gross family except making puro Shippers ihonld mark all paokagei plainly rich blood It cures disease ono who tries it will find it so Watch at a roiy finger For Kaflir corn and oats should bo treated with shippers name and poit orSe address Heralds the coming dawn salo by A It Fisher Cloverport and It with cautiou as sorious deterioration in and establishes good health Iointing the varied beauties BUTTER vitality is likely to result from oxcessivo A Shellraan Stephensport Choice oountry Of tree and wood and lawn I 9 010 exposure to tho gas No Property Exempt Medium 7 8 NEWS Farm and Garden Bambling Thought si 1 Some Interesting Items for Our Agricultural Neighbors cfr ftUatcU ever TO GRECDRY WharfmaslM CLOVEnPOBT eV AttltXt 4t5ful KLONDYKE GOLD steamboat Agents 1 LociAgtnts Homestead FertlllziQompany and Wu itFSAto Steward Oil Company FIELDS The Burlington Route is the direct north west line to Seattle or Tncomn and the direct westward line to San Francisco en route to Alnskn From 80 to 200 miles nnd several hours saved by the Burlingtons splendid passenger train service to the north west from St Louis Kansas City or St Joseph Pullman Sleepers and Free Chair Cars on nil through trnins Several extra steamers will sail before the season closes Ask your ticket agent for detailed information or write the undersigned L W WAKELY General Passenger Agt St Louis Mo Â¬ Â¬ Dealers fl OSS -ass jive Doore Sash Blinds YelW Pino Floor lngand Celling Weather Boarding Shingles Bait Lime Cement a Plftaterlng Latlis Ilaatcr jZSL Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings Building Material aid JrT Â¬ Ss wul JUs BANK or LRrss HAEDIUSBUE B J J H Hunsclie OW Â¬ The TAILOR 7 BEARD President WILL MILLER Vice President M H BEARD Cashier BEARD 1 Â¬ MORRIS ESKRIDGE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ with Will be in Clover INTEREST PAID OH TIME DEPOSITS port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month Is Tour tjonllh Vonrlmpplnoes your slrcnitili YOUR FORTUNE Is nnrl rnnrmlnrtanrl RMJ0LLT Director J Casper May Co IND OANNELTON Keep the Head nml Tlirimt clear and beaithr hrnln t nl wars nt rest nnd ease CJUSIIMANS 3IENTlIOfIJVIIAIEKIS the PTPfttet relief tn mankind In all head troubles OUIlKft COFllS HOICK TIIKOVT CA nruntnrrh lis Tlrnt iwHil odor In TAltltll Its appeara br iie Wonderful Har KcTerand AsUimn hJ JIUV It OMY OUHIBMANM Ur II Br If J lul t st Druttll Biftll SO rnl Rd for Itoftk 0n IfMk fr tlSllllS 11110 CO f ISIUSH ISD VL Â¬ HOW TO TRAVEL B O S Â¬ Â¬ W RY die timej Henderson Route Louisville Henderson i St O B Kast Â¬ Â¬ Trains leave Louiavillo as follows S W TtAILWAY Cinclnnatl and the St Louis and tho West tb Louis 2Vy Co Â¬ Time Card In Effect June 20 07 Eait Hound Kvansville Henderson Spottsville Owensboro Hawesville Cloverport Stephensport Irvineton Brandenburg Art Louisville West Hound Lv Louisville Ilrandenburg Iryinjton Stephensport Cloverport Hawesville Owensboro Spottsville Henderson Evansvllle ArrSt Louis Lv St Louis No 4a No 41 No 46 Â¬ Â¬ 9 45 1007 10 45 11 12 715 738 818 917 65am 7 66tm 20m 240 37 344 440 522 5 03 6 03 6 21 855pm 245tm 310 328 400 450 610 525 6 67 No Jo No 6 Np 8 Lv Ioulatlla 2 4Spm 335am 8 13am Ar Cincinnati 645am 1155am 605pm Ar Columbus 555pm 1105pm 1115am Ar Pittsburg 8 aspm 7 ajam Ar Washington 650am Ar Baltimore 1 2opm 750am Ar Philadelphia 10 15am 3 40 pm Ar New York l3onn 555pm Ar IJoston 3 oopm 9 05pm Nrain No 16 has elegant Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Tran No 18 has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman DrawImrroqmand dlnlne cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No ao has sleepers to Cincinnati open at g o clock to receive passcngeis - 12S5pm 745 43 617 No 7 30 43 St Louis Springfield and the West Lv Louisville No 4I No No 90 70irn 1011 861 915 961 460pm 609 8 43 Â¬ W3 1135 1217pm 1240 720 739 95 947 10 10 8 04 1021 10 6 10 68 1148 12 823pm 932 962 1223am 5 Ar Springfield 8 40pm 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 s m daily Charlestown accommodation leaves at 30 p m except Sunday TrainsNos 16 so and 44 have elegant daycoaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis Ar St Louis U3onn a 35am No 16 No 640pm 8 13am 8 aopm 44 711am sv te TIIAINS From East 1 115 7 32 1040 115 720 A I trains run through Solid to Kvansville Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trains between St Louis Evaniville and Louis ville Numbers 4 and 42 connect at Irvington for Fonlsvllle and Hardinsburg daily except Sunday II C MOUDUE A O V A Louisville Ky L H St L ITy Fordsvlfle Branclr 7 15 a m 11 15 noon 6 40 p m 20a m From Vest 7 at a m is 15 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 lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc dd s imbwNi District Pass Ticket Agent II O S V Ry 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHESSDROUGH General Passenger Apent Cincinnati Ohio G n VARFEL Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio a 35 arrive am 3 TIMETABLE No 10 TAKING Dally ex Sun No 6 Dally Sun EFFECT MAY I 30 1897 WcttBonnd Train East BoundTrain ftif - For many years past the distribution io on the youth or maidtn of gardeu seeds in the United States has Frtsh from the realms above been looked upon as one of tho peculiar Their twilight life transibrmiajr T here breaks the Dawn of Love functions of statesmanship In this way some of our national lawmakers havo not only managed to keep in touch with Mile after mile will you travel in the their constituents but what ia even stormiest weather if only you may see more surprising thy have managed by her for a few moments Without a this judicious scattering of seeds to reap qualm of conscience you now are apt to sufficient votes to compass their let the ordinary girl shilt for herself where escorts are needed But your dear Tho magnitude of tills patriotic indus Â¬ one finds in you one so persistent that try is set forth in a receut tabulated he sees her home tho longest way round statement of tho agricultural department even though his own comfort and rest at Washington I 0 issued for tho are seriously effected You count all fl cal year ending June 00 1897 From loss of ease gain if you can but travel this statement several interesting figures a few further footsteps If in Scripture may be extracted Of flower Boed thero parlance sho ask you to go one mile wero 1012500 packages distributed dur Â¬ you gladly go twain Whether fit or ing tho year at a cost of 780902 to tho unfit you spring to perform almost any government ol radish seed 2101278 task she may lay on you If you are in packages costing 12007115 of beet love you know well I havent exager seed 2U7C0- - packages costng125r2 atod a particle the complete way in 10 of cabbaga need 2130 118 packages which you aro now compelled to costing 1231070 and of turnip seed acknowledge to yourself that weak 2130418 packages cost 12291 In llko womanhaa at last asserted her strength quantities other popular garden seeds Her power Is so great that compared were distributed during the year mak with it you are feeble and apart from Ing a total of 10053839 packages sent it you have none out by the agricultural department at a cost to tho government of 110087 11 undoubtedly the governments liber Â¬ During the hours of gloomy employ Â¬ ality in this respect may accomplish ment there come flashes of memory some good but whether or not the vast wherein one particular smile or one Bum of money yearly expended by con expression of love brightens your whole gress in the distribution of garden seeds horizon like lightening on a summers ia prompted by the wisest statesmanship Your senses recall her every may be gravely questioned sight vgeture with a sort of testacy that Is a to your eager heart until you Hundreds of thousands have been in eee more to the donor of sweet duced to try Chamberlains Cough As Remedy by reading what It has done for wholeeone pttrpoaea auwvaoaiil that ba vour time others and having teatod Its merits for mt iMMMl luu- - wnnpr sijoula vait roai themselves aro to day Its warmest keWlf ItfM It ui trks aildr WMsd to Mend Fprsaleby A R Fisher Clo- Â¬ i Sie the world spring to brightness Glisten with laughing dew Changed in a single moment The heavtns the earth are new I Federal Seed Distribution From The Atlanta Ccnstiiution Ileets Instead of Dare Falloir From the Spencer Courier Creamery ing tho crop should bo ono of rotation This could well bo substituted for tho baro fallow to which wasteful praotico so many farmers in this stato nro wed- Â¬ ded It has boon found both iu Europo and in this country that it is much moro profitable as well as better for tho land to raiso a crop of beots than to allow tho ground to lio fallow Instead of substituting beets for somo othor crop thoy should bo mado supplomontal to thoso at present availablo No farmer should think of giving up corcals or potatoes for boots but ho can by proper cultiva- Â¬ tion dovoto ono flfth of his land to beet cultura and raiso as much from tho re mainder as though uouo of tho land was occupied by beets In California it has been fouud a most oxcelleutcrop to pro ccdo barloy giving botli n hotter yield of grain and n better quality Oregon Btatiou umictiii In the Short Grass Camntrj The short grass country which is understood to inoludo overythiug west of tho ninety ninth meridian which constitutes tho west lino of Smith Os borne Russoll Barton Stafford Pratt and Barber counties is going rapidly iuto the raugo cattlo business Except as varied b tlio reclamation of portions of tho laud by irrigation this is likely to bo tho pormaucut industry of that great section Kansas Farmer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ If farmers undertako sugar beet grow- Â¬ A question of much interest to ewery cltken of every county of the State has just been decided by Circuit Judge Wil Â¬ liam Carroll In Henry county a resi Â¬ dent housekeeper with personal eotato including household furniture of less value than 250 and no real estate whatever was Indebted to the county for poll taxes Tho Sheriff levied on and sold bis only cow and calf He sued the Sherifl for damages on the ground that the cow and calf and all his personal property was not subject to execution because it was exompt from taxation Â¬ EQ08 Fresh Prime white goeee Mixed Old No 1 duok u g Dally I Dally ex Sun ex Sun No 8 No Nol 1060am Lv Irvington Ar 9o0am 11 25 Garfield 8 00 1140 Harncd 7 42 1147 Junction 77 STATIONS Safety Comfort FKATHEHS Jh 12 23 3 29 SO si 1165 12 10pm 12 25 12 35 12 65 1 05 Hardinsbnrg Junction Kirk - 120 1 45 Jolly Glendetne Dempster arPallslloughlv Dempster Rockvale 7 27 7 17 7 02 Louisville 660 605 6 30 6 20 5 44 5 38 Mils d Line Packet Fast Mall Line Between STEAMERS 2 POULTRY rt 00 5 8 2 05 165 SO 215 2 2 Hem per lb Spring Chickens per dos Ducks per lb deese per dot Irish per barrel new Now La Ruth Asklns Oakt Mitchell 6pm ArKnrUvillelv H 50 6 25 610 5 QCam Louisville and Evansvllle R vCo a ga 7 400 1 POTATOES 2 U Louisville 3il Q ymhrt 3S rndRA- 6mn - Interesting Facts Numbered with interesting facts revealed by tho ofllcial stato censuses just completod are tho following While Kansas lost 0 per cent of her population between 1800 nnd 1805 Minnesota gained 91 per cent Iowa ovor IU per ccut Soutli Dakota six Tho very appearance of Sutherlands tenths of I por ceut Jiah aud Florida Eagle Eye Salve signifies that this 10 per ccut whilo Massachusetts aud remedy is new and original in itself It Rhodo Islutid Increased iu population is manufactured on an improved 1 14 per cent method The many miraculous cures of long standing that aro belug ac Â¬ for Fifty Centa Sunranteed tobacco habit euro makes weak complished by its use eraphasli a its rucu atronif blood pure 60c II All drusvutts importance the greatest cure known I for any and till kinds of sore eyes Short fc IIyne After very careful search and mature deliberation Judge Carroll dismissed the suit for damages and held that the prop Â¬ erty was subject to execution and sale for taxes This means that no property whatever is exempt from the payment of taxes and tho judgment is far reach- Â¬ ing in its effects In Sponcer couuty the contrary opin- Â¬ ion hai beou held and the Sheriffs have made no effort to subject the exempted -- 50 of property This was becauBo Judge Carroll expressed a somewhat dif- Â¬ ferent opinion in the Bert Rouse case The result was that the delinquent list was very largely increased and consider Â¬ able rovenue was Irst in the various school districts This matter has been widely discussed in this county and a test case to settle the mattor was in con temptation Judge Carrolls decision in the Henry court Is well considered and will save Spencer two or threo hundred dollars taxes each year Sweet potatoes per bbl From store 2 to 4 ct higher Navy Beans per bushel ROOTS QlnieDg Senica Snake Yellow Wild dinger Lady Slipper May Appl f0 05 3 00 76 enderonSI Louis 3STO TIME SCHEDULE Takluir Effect Al 630 oclck A 4 E G RAGON P M Ryan Master W A Bishop Purser L T Conner TARASCON DL Penny Master Purser 2 40 2 74 K Sunday Hij 30 1897 TELL CITY R II Ballard Master YT Pk 20 MX 20 3 nh sy 21 21 5 6 n IWsl Sound Traint 43 Eatt Bound Train Mall A BNewbell Tuner 4 ntJ li FIELD SEEDS M IU rm 140 4 60 S00 J 1 1 Exprs Hiprs 4f0pm 6 03 7 30am 7 48 Mall S 77 Hxpr Dally 7 46pm 33 PD STAGGS STATIONS Bipts Dally 12 12 IvUnn Timothy per hustiel Clorer per bushel Orlmson Clorer per bushel Red Top pea bushel Orehard Urass per bushel Blue dress fanoy pr bushel Blue dress extra per bushel Onion Sets Yellow per bushel White fi8 653 BOO 537 640 818 821 8 ntar Kentucky St West Point Howard 21 80 3 dreen good HIDES 8J 12 WOOL JM St 009 018 026 913 061 7 07 835 842 861 907 9 IS 8 69 Ilrandenburg Bkron Guston Irvlntrton Wlllowdale Rock Haven Lonar Branch 86J ZU Pal vol 923 Dry flint good Sheep skins Tub washed Urease floe vtj oaugooa itJJ 2 CO 3 9 32 9 UK 711 s9 7 43 a 943 Lodlburg Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops Sklllman Webster 11SS 1121 1112 1102 1063 1046 1087 10 10 1160am 666 1143 661 1136 646 634 626 618 610 33pm 20 WM I inn 1014 lu in ii 10 Holt 1020 IS 1007 1002 9 69 9 40 2i 6C3 6 60 6 42 Dally except Saturday between Loulsrllls and Hew Amsterdam Freight shipped by this line delivered tjulek er than by rail Travelers will find the steamers are unsur Â¬ passed In equipment and accommodations The best culinary are employed as cooks d ho menu Is equal to that of the best hotels Oenerat offices 176 and 178 4th Avenue Louisville 946 622 618 615 603 84 630 CO DLPENNY Supt O WWHITK prM A Owensboro V William T P Ky llurry Baok Barry and Cots Tallow Beeswax Sorghum Molasses MISCELLANEOUS is 8 IQ 3 14 19 WU 818 ii 49 5 11 Ol PJ II 0 133 01 am 9 01 1105 Hawesville Petrle Falcon Lewhport Poweri Pates Owensboro Mattingly Wortblngton Reads Spottsville tiaasett Griffith Stanley Waltinan 927 917 90 8 64 8 47 49 903 lilt Ho Im 1161 1203 a ia 9 21 1186am jEtf - u nets headache tour stotsv ach Indlcestlon constlpsv outbalnorirrlM tten Tbf act easily with The oaljr H1U to take wit Cure all liver Ills Hoods blllou sssj W LTl mmm SalJIiriilitnuMa III I GS sP Mes sarsajikrllta tttp n Trains Noe 41 and 4j male cmnectlon at Ir vlngton dally except Sunday with trains rrom Hardinsburg and Fordsvllle Drench to and Only line running Parlor Cars between Louis yille Owensboro and Henderson Only direct line to the North and kasu For further Information call on or addrew Agents or H C MOHDUX A O P A leoleviUe Ky HeniWrlv TlSrn 9 47pm 1217 1224 10 10 im I240omsr 932 919 ra U66 12 0U 838 827 818 807 802 768 762 7 45 419 413 401 333 329 826 3 63 3 44 8 20 96in 7S8 7 31 aoi 318 307 4 v t j in ir 6- - c jitirrTTiTii ISL AUaKWEflMM ME BREOKMHlfiGn TPuielyPersonal NKW9 OUOVElRPORT KY LYONIA BreckeKMdge WEDNESDAY OYEjgas News 18 1897 AUGUST Try coltoIcno SdUerB Obollsk flour Sulzerd Good country lard at II L fitftderfl See our picture moulding Sulzers Clovernort will play Mooloyvllle Aug 25 J We heed a good rain Ollto Nowton went to Fordsvlllo Forthirty years Tutts Pills have Fri Â¬ Â¬ Tried Friends Best A Known Fact Local Brevities Hooras to rent apply at this office Kraut cutters good ones Sulzors I you want first class lard seo Stader If you want nlco toilet soap seo Bab Box paper from Babbage 10 to 50 cents a box bages 800 pounds good lard for salo at II L Staders 0 how delightful that shower of Sun Â¬ 1 day evenlDg Office or sleeping rooms to rent apply at this office IK M1 W SS i V4 Prayer meeting Thursday night at tlio zers church Come and see Aug 25 it will William Etnbry has taken charge of bo interesting gatne Adruitsion 10 and 15 the comelory rents larmerp wo can use your fruit bring Miss Eubank daughter of Mr Eubank it to us Supers of Garnettsville died Tuesday Aug 10 Prajer meeting at the Baptist church of typhoid fever Wednesday night Best game of tho BPnson Mooloyvllle You ran so to Louisville Sunday Aug vs Cloverport Aug 25 Admission 10 23 for 100 and return and 15 cents That plcturo will look belter framed Wrisloys parma violet soap eorao than it does laid aside to ruin Get it thing very line at Babbages framed now Sulzers Get your picture framed now pretty Rev M M Benton will hold morning moulding of all kinds Sulzra services in the Presbyterian church Sun- Â¬ Some mighty pretty school tablets for day All are cordially invited to attend the school children at Babbages Hon D II Smith Congressman will Courier Journal pictures with whlto be present at the Andyville picnic in mat 12x21 only 39 cents SuV rs Meade county which comes off Sat- Â¬ Hammocks hammocKs u beautiful urday Aue 21 and will delight tho line if you want one Babbage has crowd with one of his excellent speeches tnem Capt Oscar Simons an old soldier of Mr and Mrs W W Hinds havo rented the war of the rebellion died last Friday a dwelling near Dr J L Moormans on at the residence of Peter Brandenburg near Grahamton of dropsy Ho was 00 tho hill years old Has it ever occuned to you after eat Â¬ Rev Donald M Grant will not be able ing a clove what a suspicion it will to fill his appointment at Guston next create Sunday on account of sickness but Cottage prayer meeting was hold Mon- Â¬ hopes to be able to his engagement day night at the home of Mr and Mrs at Hardlnsburg on keeo5th Sunday the J J Dyer Henry Wright fireman on the Texas To keep up with the news of this has been confined to his bed with county Ilancock and Meade read our typhoid fever for several weeks It is correspondence in a mild form and his many inquiring The adding of the Saturday supple- Â¬ friends hope that his recovery may be ment to tho Louisville Post makes that soon paper for news one of the very best That now road to tho Tar Springs and St L R R have mado Pisgah which has been in contempla- Â¬ The L H the low rato of SI 00 to Louisyille Sun Â¬ tion for the past month should by all means go through as it will be a great day Aug 22 returning the same day benefit to everybody adjacent to the William J Bryan the boy platte ora- Â¬ road tor is the recipient of a 81 J pound water- Â¬ Dr L W German of Louisville will melon sent to him by friends fiom arrive to day to practice his profession Fitierald Ga dentistry and remain until the 31 He Lody Thompson returned by boat from will occupy Dr S 8 Watkins office and Curdsville on Green river where he will be glad to see those in need of Don has been visiting rolatives lie reporta tal work All his work is guaranteed plenty of rain in that section and at reasonablo prices Dont miss the excursion on the Dont miss the excursion on the branch Thursday Aug 20 to Louisville Buffalo Bills great show will be there branch Thursday Aug 20 to Louisville This will be the last ono run this season Buffalo Bills great show will be there This will bi the last one run this season T J Ryan better known to every one as Nance has just constructed quite a pretty row boat which lias been given to vx uwia oi virge aaram fife death of Virgo Hardin which master Lilbon Smith of which he is occurred at his home in Holts bottom justly proud last week removes from among us one The Str Gertrudo brought an excur- Â¬ of the most prominent citizens of our sion from Troy Hawesville and Cannel county Mr Hardin was a farmer and a ton to this place Saturday night reach- Â¬ successful man with his affairs ing here about eleven oclock It was verywas closely identified with farm pur- Â¬ Ho for the benefit of some Baptist church suits because ho had made it a life work It is impossible to get ahead of Clover He will bo greatly missed not only by port You do not have to ko off East to his family but every citizen in Holts some noted watering resort Stay at bottom who knew him only to admire Mr Hardins acquaintance was home and visit Coney Island tho second him which has just been discovered by some not confined to the people of the bottom of the athelete sports about half a mile for he was a man pretty generally known itntrykho city it is quite a noted resort throughout the county He conducted Aligs LaFayotte Lalleist tho bride to farming on a large scaleowniog and operating ono of the largest and most boin September and who has gained valuable farms in this section His quite a reputation from her musical tal- Â¬ influence as a citizen will be largely ent as a Binger has been invited to sing felt Mr Hardins station necessarily at the Nashville Exposition in October interested him in the public affairs of Miss Lalleist has cordially accepted and our county Matters coming up which it is to be hopsd that tier voice will bo aflected the public engaged his atten- Â¬ at its best tion No man could have so successfully F J Ferry master mechanic of the a farm like his and not have been inter- Â¬ It Is his Texas road arrived home Saturday ested in public matters night to resume his duties at the shops romoval from these things that makes Mr Ferry has beon to Washita Mack- Â¬ his influence felt among us Mr Hardin was born in this county inaw and Grand Rapids Mich for his health He has been gine about six but when a young man moved to Meade county where he spent several years of weeks and the News is clad to inform his friends that bo is much improved in his lite About fifteen years ago he health The trip was in overy way ben Â¬ wished to return to the county of his birth and it was about this time he eficial to him in young lady somp few days purchasedtothe farmonce Holts bottom A certain He went work at in improving it ago was eating a striped piece of candy until to day it is one of tho most desira- Â¬ seemed to heartily enjoy tho flavor and locality He leaves a ble homes in when one of her young gentleman wife and four that children all grown who friends appeared on tho scene and asked will sadly miss him He was a kind her for a bite She said nay I but you husband and an Indulgent father He can kits my mouf which is sticky Of was just In the prime of life being 57 course he preferred that to a small por- Â¬ His luneral was held at his home con- Â¬ tion of the candy Tho performance be Â¬ ducted by Rev 8 G Shelly He was gun and would you believe that those buried In the Cloverport cemetery and two lips suddenly became fastened attended by one of tho largest funeral The new road to the Tar Springs and processions ever held in that beautiful by the County Court city of the dead Pisgah was rejected at Hardlnsburg Monday Attorney Mil- Â¬ ler made the motion and gave his reas Â¬ DUKES ons for so doing that there was a remon- Â¬ strance from citizens who were most in terested and that those who were interÂ¬ The drouth is becoming cerious ested in the enterprise were not present and he thought if they wanted toe road Several from hero attended tho picnic it was their place to be present and ask at Patesville Saturday for it The trouble with the whole mat Â¬ ter is that politics has gotton mixed up Tho ball at John Dawsons Saturday with it And if there is anything that night was a pleasant affair knocks a eounty road into smithereens Miss Issle Johnson of Cloverport is it is politics Two blue eyes gazing into two black visiting in the neighborhood or brown eyes were engaged in a deep Jenkins Oacar McGavock sold to conversation This was tho case but a evenings since 1 he black or brown Saturday 58 nice sheep at 2 25 per head few eyes knew Nthat the 5 oclock morning Dave Starks and family of Glendeane passenger train would carry off the two visited relatives here Saturday and Sun eyes and they would not bo seen blue for a period The night was growing day late and every valuable thought was Rov S J Rllchey la doing a bg busi Â¬ being expressed When the time came ness in the blacksmith business this dry for tho black or brown eyes to leave they weather left but Ill till you it was extremely Frank Arbraa threshing machine is in hard to give up They wandered away This almost perfectly lost didnt know what the McGavock neighborhood to do They would talk awhile cry winds up threshing in this vicinity for awhile and kept crying until the tears this season became such a size that their thoughts Dont miss the excursion on the of the two blue oyes were driven nway branch Thursday Aug 20 to Louisville They embarked for home but those Buffalo Bills great show will be thoro twoulue eyes surely did go This will bo tho lost ono run this Beason The new and spacious store recently Pete Ball man had a horse stolen at the built on Main street by George W Short dance Saturday night It made its way and which has been giyen the naino of in home Monday morning minus a Bad Tho Fair will be occnpled by Messrs die and bridle and looking considerably Frankel Company of Louisville who worsted about the hope to be ready for business Several prrsons in this vicinity are They are recognlzod 25 of this month m makeis of close prices but strictly one digging wells If thero is a time that price to all Their stock will be entire- will make ono hunt for that precious ly aew comprWng such lines as dry gift its just such a hot and dry time as seeds clothing notions boots shoes we are now having ma ami cans H O Oerf their mana Some gentlemen from Michigan stop mr hMawfved and is getting things In ped in town Friday They say the silver He l a thorough and capable cause la gaining ground all the time la Vanuatu muBd will make a useful their State ami that Bryan will ride Into itle to Cloverport Mr It T Polk 1900 on a chariot pt aowtiaia eoatwcUd with the wrl the White House in with 18 silver whta of ftulws has UiUhwnt v mmhw A saver drouth prevails In this neigh Â¬ janrinliil hlmMlf with them and will ia Sail 4lmt U glad for his friends to call borhood Corn en thin land cutpaat reÂ¬ TM Sawa ia plMMd to not th Mining demption wlilWiaall eorn ia but about very aorry with at aoeh an walerpripliig people aa it puta half rrotiaoco tobacco and 7iW lift and rlfor into avaryoae in boa lain in a fair daya wonderfully cana would both coma out inaaa M -Â¬ Â¬ Plant kalo seed now and havo greens Li Kin Pate Hardlmburg was In the city all winter Sulzers Sunday Try malt vinegar it keeps the pickels Forreit Llglilfoot of Hawesville wai In tha firm and solid Sulzors city Monday Hunting season will soon be here how Glendeane wai In tbe Dennis Moorman about a good gun 7 Sulzers city Monday That now road to tho Tar 8prings and Mrs Emma Moredock left yesterday for her Pisgah should by all means bo built home In Louisville Mliiei Clara Pajne and Nellie Bruner spent Tho soap for bathing is the carnation Sunday at Lodlburg toilet soap Can bo had at Bahbagos Mn O E Llghtfoot hai roturned hunie Mrs McCracken who was takon very suddenly ill Monday morning is no bet- Â¬ from Sorghotown Mlu Addle Ditto of LouUvllle li with her ter tster Mrs J D Babbage For a real good strong cup of coffee Mrs T P Sawyer went to Hawosvllle yes try Chase Sanborns Golden Ulo Sul- Â¬ terday to Tlsither parent Fred W Fralte has gono to Old lolnt Com- Â¬ fort to spend a week or two Iter W D HulIeJge went to O ihcn Mon da to assist In a meeting there Clint OrlRHh Owensboro spent iunday with bis sister Mrs Dr S S Watklns Mr and Mrs Waldo Simons ToMnsport wore In the city Saturday shopping Mrs Thos Lewis is spending a week with ber father Mr John Rhodes Kirk MrsW 0 Allen afcer a visit to relatives at titendalo will return home this week Mist Bessie Jarboe left yesterday for llawes Tills to be with frieDds for several days Mrs James K Vanoe of Pierce City Mo visiting her son Mr J Soott Vance nlgqt Tom Diane spent Saturday at Cannelton Ham Funua Owensboro was bera Sunday Is Mrs Crockett and son Kay cf Louisville are visiting hor brother J A Mayhall C W Moorman Jr and I B Tlmberlake went to Holts bottom Saturday evening Mrs William Mattlngly and little daughter Agneta are the guesta of Miss Florence Lewis Mrs S E Wilson and children aro visiting htr parents near Paynesvllle Meade county several days with her aunt Mrs F 11 Saw Â¬ yer Miss Lena and Maggie McQary Kirk spent Friday and Saturday with Mils Klorence Lewis Miss Ilena Birk after a pleassnt visit to Miss Mary Moorman returned home last Wed Â¬ nesday Mrs William Redman of Adolphus Ky is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Wil liam uauoway Rer I B Tlmberlake arrived in the city Thursday evening to be with Mr and Mrs C W Moorman Misses Jennie Patterson and Flora Smith of Cannelton spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Russell Hawkins Mrs H V Duncan came home Monday from Brandenburg and Rosetta where she has been with relatives Board of Har- Â¬ Misses Lisite Miliar and dlnsburg are with the Missos McOavock at their country home John T Pltto of Decatur Ills arrived In the city Sunday to be tho guest ot his sister Mrs Mrs S A Hawloy of Hawesville spont J D Babbage Misses Judith Miller and LInnle DHuy went to old Point Comfort last week to spend t portion of the summer Fiank Dean and Miss Lutie Moorman of Glendeane who a e at tho Tar Springs were in tbe city Saturday Mora Ualloway returnod from Adolphus Ky yesterday where he has been with hit sister for several months Miss Jennie Warfield will entertain tho Ladies Cooklug Club this evening at the home of her sister Mrs Frank Fralte Missos Marion Bowmer and Margaret Skill man after a visit to Mr and Mrs Morris Beard Hardlnsburg hayo returned home Mrs F II Sawyer with her daughter Mrs J II Wills will leave to day for Columbus O to visit ber daughter Mrs L D Lloyd Reuben Miller Commonwealths Attorney oame down Monday from Hardlnsburg to pros Â¬ ecute several cases that have been arranged in the Police Court Harvey MoCrutchenn of Russellville is vis Mr Mo iting the Holts in Holts bottom Crutcheon is one of the most prominent young In that plaoe attorneys Mrs Annie Kennedy and daughter Miss Nannie of Louisville who hare been visiting her daughter Mrs C M Bullitt at Font Hill left Monday for Ashvllle N C Misses Mary Katie and Josla Yeager re turned home Sundiy after a visit of three weeks to Mrs Nelson Jolly Jolly Station Mrs Jolly accompanied them borne Miss Agnes Malln of Brandenburg passed down on the train Monday for Owensboro Miss Malln has accepted a position in Kim- Â¬ balls muslo store and Is a talented musician Miss Echo Hart after a sojourn with Miss Mavmee Griffith left for her home in Cincin- Â¬ Miss Hart has become a favor- Â¬ nati Monday ite here and her summer visits are looked to Â¬ Â¬ with much eagerness Miss Jennie Green of the Falls of Rough is with Mrs Q W Sbort and ber niece Miss Miss Green Is the only Florence Cottrell dantbter of Col Lafe Green and is an accom Â¬ plished young lady Hon D R after two Springs oame ray went for glad to say Is Jr Murray wtfo and son David weeka outing at Ro k Castle home Sunday night Mr Mur Â¬ his health which we are very very much improved California and Dulaney Mlises Uerrleb Messrs Will Sweeney Frank Louisville Dean Owensboro Thompson Klmiey 0 Id are with Mr and Mrs Wash Holt and their daughter Miss Mary In Halts botom Misses Nettie and Lula Harrington sistors of Mrs Jo Seymour who have been here for sometime loft Sunday for their home In Mul They are both amiable and have draugh many friends here Mrs Seymour went with them to visit her parents Dont mls3 the excursion on the branch Thursday Aug 20 to Louisville Friday as Tom Stout Will Richards Huflalo Bills great show will be there and Henry Payne were returning homo This will bo the last one run this season Miss Lydia Clarkson is visiting Miss from Deanfleld Payno was thrown from Mayme Barnard of Louisville and in Ills mulo and hurt but not seriously company with Miss Barnard attend Dont miss the excursion on the the fair at Ellzibethtown will bo and the branch Thursday Aug 20 to Louisville guest of Miss Pearl Joplin Buffalo Bills great show will bj there This will be the last one ruu this season Dr Strothor attended the meeting of the Muldraugh Hill Medical Society composed of the following counties IRVINGTON Hardin Bullit Jefferson Grayson Hart Meado aud Larue at Elizabethtown lost Mrs G 0 Bailey is quite ill Ernest lionderson is rapidly improv- Â¬ Thursday ing PATESVILLE Miss Emily Munford lias been com Â¬ plaining Master Clarence McGlothlan is con- Â¬ E F Gordon is on tho sick list valescent Miss Ola Clark has typhoid fever Mrs Mary Munford is recovering from W II Lynch wont to Cloverport Mon Â¬ a spell of sickness Mrs Miller Hardlnsburg is tho guest day of ber sister Mrs Ken Wathen Jeesio Marlow went to Ubadam Mon Â¬ day G T Marshall and son Albert attend ed church at Sandy Hill Sunday James Nix is very low with typhoid P P Roberts and daughter Rena fever visited relatives in Concordia last weok George Milnerol Ononsboro was hero Miss Rodgers of Louisville who was Thursday the guest of Misses Bennett has returned William Lynch has purchased a fino home span of mules Any ono wishing to buy good work- Â¬ Dr Watkins of Cloverpott was in the ing mules apply to Mr J V Rhodes of Rhodelia city Sunday N B Netherton it seemB has retired John Gist of Utility was hero Satur- Â¬ from society Have Ihe boys whipped day aud Sunday you out Nick There are reported to be Bix cases of The Ky Photo Co left Monday for Vine Groye Quito a number of pictures typhoid fever In this place were taken bore Mrs E F Gabbert is quiet sick it is Miss Carrie Hall of Henderson b thought that she has typhoid fever spending a few days with Mrs J C We were blessed with a nice Iittlb raiu Lewis while Mr Lewis is away Sunday night tho first for several Misca Mary Bessie and their cousin Edith Lewis were guests of Mr and months Miss Birtha Gist who has bcon visit Â¬ Mrs J M Herndon tbe past week There is a great deal of sickness ing Miss Maud Marlow returned to her around us but we have been very fortu Â¬ homo at Utility Sunday nate in not having many serious cases Mr B II Loth candidate for Repre- Â¬ Several from Mt Marino vicinity at- Â¬ sentative attended the picnic Saturday tended a cartilllon party at Worland Mr Lotli is a nice man and wo think he Carters near Guston on Friday night will be our next Representative The protracted meoting at Sandy Hill Miss Nannie Kinder who has been still continues with very good interest Rev Burns who is assisting is much visiting friends here for soveral days re- Â¬ liked by all turned to her home in Toblnsport SunMiss Mary Mattlngly and little sister day accompanied by Miss Maud Mar- Â¬ Irene have returned home after a low pleasant visit to their aunt Mrs Columba Rhodes Resolutions Little Misses Nannie Lye Jolly Mary Pursuant to tho call of tho chairman Wrather and Nannie Pusey have return ed home from a pleasant visit to Misses of the Democratic and Populist ExecuHitaand Ada Beard tive CommittecBof Breckenridge county Chaprz Wathen and family of Owens- the two said committees mot in joiut boro and Richard Wathen and family assembly at the court house iu Hardins of Bardstown Junction aro visiting their burg Ky on Thursday August 12th brother Ken Wathen at the okl home- Â¬ 1607 Tho meeting was called to order stead by Chairman Miller and upon motion Misses Luella and Carrie Grooms who were guests of Misses Drake have of Dr McMullen Dr J B Fry mire was returned home leaving many sad hearts unanimously chosen chairman of tho behind especially in our neighboring meeting town Bewleyvllle Mr Charles Payne presented the fol- Â¬ The death of Mr Virgo Hardin was a lowing resolution which was read and great shock to the family and friends unanimously adopted We sincerely sympathize with them KitsoiAKn the chairman and He was taken for a purpose and God secretariat of theFirst That and Populist Kxecu Ddinocratic Almighty knows best tlve Committees of llreckenrMge county act jointly as Chairman and Secretaries of the Cam Miss Ellen OBrien of Richmond paign Committees of iad county which campaign Miss Paul Manning of Owensboro and commltteu shall be compoed f respective cnalr mencfthu Democratic and lopulut inaglttetlal Miss Bessie OBrien and brother of district committees Rhodelia spent several days last week Second Tint the fuion ticVet now in the fie d shall be known and deilgnatcd as te Citi with Frank and Magio Carter zens ticket and the device of said ticket shall be G T Marshall has sold out his storo clasped hands1 to Messrs Ed Shellman and Haws Mr Speeches by both Democratic and Marshall will sell his goods at cost until Populibt committeemen were indulged of September If you want a tho first in to tho effect that perfect harmony good bargain call at once to see him provalln in all parts of the county and Reo Washington went up last Miss brought down Mr and Mrs the Democrats and Populists are enthus- Â¬ week and Mayors little ones to their grandparents iastic In their support of the ticket and as they are ill with malaria fever Lit- Â¬ all predict a great victory at tho polls iu tle William is delighted with the November Ou motion the meeting country then adjourned Oyerten Blanford by the expert play Â¬ Claud Merceb Sec J B Frvmire Chrmn ing at croquet that you and your partner did at J M Herndons last week havo been challenged to beat the champions Mr aud Mrs Newman at Mr Washing Â¬ tons home The Methodist meeting is still continu- Â¬ ing There has not beeu as much inter- Â¬ est shown as the members would like to see but nevertheless the good Bros JVJlHE TEMTllS Of Pato and llaynes go on with their good all tha pain Brn Overton a presiding older work andslcknessfrom expects to be with us a few days this Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ day Peyton Huff wont to Fordsvlllo Wed nesday If you want a paper to read subscribe for tho News Lomon Nowton is erecting a now dwelling on his farm Miss Lfczlo Bennett of Rockport is visiting relatives and friends Mrs Nan Lyons who hai been sick for soveral days is worso this week Robin Vlckers of Hawesvlllo who has been visiting his grandfather has returned home Messrs Nat Blckott John Blckett Walter Huff and Ed Cecil went to Henderson county this week to get work and without success returned Friday Â¬ proven ablessing to the invalid Are truly the sick mans friend For bilious headache dyspepsia sour stomach malariaconstipa tion and all kindred diseases AN ABSOLUTE CURE mnxiiaxi Now is a In Nearly Every - - - - 6 bftMatfjtl TUTTS Liver PILLS Busy Time Household Getting ready for Winter Fruit ripen- Â¬ ing fast on tho trees makes rushing times in the kitchen If you are going to can a lot of Fruit for winter let us sell you cans We have Miss Rose of Ellzibethtown were the guests of Mr and Mrs Meyer last Sun Â¬ day Tom Hardin returnod to Louis- Â¬ ville lost Sunday after two weeks stay with his parents Mr and Mrs J W Mr Hardin Quart and Half Gallon Stone Cans Pint Quart Half Gallon Glass Cans Big Mouth Jugs Tin Quart Cans Large Stone Jars Sealing Wax Can Rubbers and Can Tops Everything to make Fruit Canning Easy Practical and Economical Send your order to us SULZERS Farmers Bring your fruit to us we can use it School Time This season I have purchased a large assortment Come and sec them of SCHOOL SUPPLIES is near Have you seen Our pretty line of BOX WRITING PAPER Call and It will be to your interest Examine before purchasing Cw Vwiivsr4 JSOIjID AMON M KIOCIIELOE Ilardinsburg - L oxjt Irvington Inventory to take place September ist Will sell DRY GOODS CLOTHING NO TIONS anil GROCERIES up to that time AT COST Come now and secure Bargains We will continue to carry on our Livery and Undertaking business and add new Horses and Buggies When wanting anything in the FURNITURE line call and sec us GT MARSHALL Ky J fP M rssBPMalSBll tHaMlilMiSHLV V For It jreara alone has dlstaucril all comxtltor W I Dotwlaa ttu tut and 5JW shore are the productions ot skilled workmen from tha at these prlcea btt material twulble or men IJJU U0also aud lvi aud till shoe ilfjrorborii nouglaa shoes are Indorsed WI by over 1UjuujO wearers as to best Iu style fit and durability of any sboeerer offered at tbe prlcea They are made In all the latest shapes and styles aud ot every vari Â¬ ety o leather If dealer cannot supply you writs for cata togueto V LlKuijla llrockton Man Bold by flo Discount Here - our moneys uist as good as anybodys We dont mark our stuiT at a price where we ALL WOMEN 3SHOElnthBowtorld this shoe bjr merit LDOUGLAS week Tlmberlake left Monday for Hen Â¬ He bad just received a letter from derson Meade D Delweiler Grand Exalted rulor B P 0 E Ilarrisburg Pa informing bim of his reop ointment as Grand Chaplain The letter was exceoingly oompllmentiry B Rer I BIG SPRING The sck aro all improving They are building a telephone line from here to Custer Seyeral of our people will attend tho fair at Elitabethtown Miss Bettle Olarkson ia visiting rela- Â¬ tives in Brandenburg Mr and Mrs Jacobs of Lontsvllle are visiting Mr and Mrs Meyer John Morris visited friends at Rhiney vilio last Saturday and Sunday Miss Mathis of McDanlels is the gur at of her aunt Mrs Henry Penick Dr Gray and wife of Elizabethtown were visiting friends hero last Sunday We are needing rain very much as it has been three weeks since we had any one of Big Misa Mary McMeador Springs fairest la visiting friends In Hardlnsburg Miss Myrtle Moorman is visiting friends in Ellsibethtown and will remain until after the fair Mr John Meador Jr Is vUitlng frlanda at Long Grove and Steveaaburg and will also attend the Mr atllxibeth town Mr Warnar Bhacklatt of Jtkron and which women suffer is caused by weakness or derangement in the organs of To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Brotno Quinlno Tablet All Druggists refund the money if it falls to Cure 25c For Sale by R A Shell man Stephensport Ky Our Coney Island Do you want an outing and a good timet If you do just take a trip to Coney Island ouo mile below town you will think that you are at tho seashore or somo of tha summer resorts Quite a party went down Monday afternoon and took a roll In the serf Some of the young ladies will soon be experta in swimming and just as pretty iu a bath Â¬ ing costume as you will find any where One young lady goes to see others in Sho had never thought that she would be an attraction at the Island with her beauty and blushes and that they would Ilka to see her participate Orvllle Skill man baa tha onllart bathing suit Looks aa though tha calf bad gotWn hold of hla summers wne by cottonade trousers Its fun and tha water good for you Tha ohaparone was an all rounder thorough Â¬ in taking oara of a frolic Â¬ ly some crowd Shawaaaapaolallyangaaad On or tub Pisty tor tha occasion ta KM Is natures provision for the regu- Â¬ lation of the menstrual function It It cures all fejnala troubles Is equally effective for the girl In her teens tha young wife with do Â¬ mestic and maternal cares and the woman approaching tha period known as the Change of Life they are all They all benefitted bT Nearly always when a woman is not well these organs are affected But when they are strong and healthy A woman Is very seldom sick menstruation SAMUEL SULZER Sr CloTerport Ky qpium o and Whlster IlatlU cured at borne with Â¬ out pain Hook of par Â¬ ticulars sent FKEK bfflcelOiN Prior St can aflbrd to give anybody a discount Dont think because some stores oiler you a dis count that youre getting an inside price because all stores that give discounts allow for these discounts when goods are marked Get them to oiler you as big a discount as they will then come here and seo how much lower voul find our prices marked in plain figures on every article in the Saddlery line Collars and Pads a Specialty The system is the only fair honest way of doing busiÂ¬ Â¬ ness FRANK KASWELL HE IS COMING DR L W GERMAN nsifk DENTIST port from Weilnwdnji August 18 to Wednesday Spt jtt Call on him for any Demtau work you wish Prioot raonabl to hvf done Office with Dr S Watkir n A T- When you Go to HanUosUirg For adSrtea In cases requlrlnr Kxebl directions address stria symptoms Ladles Advisory Department1 the The Chatunoota Medicine Co Caatta nocsa Tcnn Tltefn l i STOP AT THE Wlu TWW Vn MMA Atd InfcYrahffs---- rsVpv ui aahkiul u kUu J GBvan TIT rHValir RVT IW I THpeM affaa uMmmA Cam kim Sftaae4r uattosi aa4 rfaSafa W1 Of Louisville will TuJ kWJ itf 1 W bn BARNES HOUSE Clover- Â¬ Oalyti00Pw9y A 1 aavgj left JLoomnadatfrmi Good Smpl Booms jt in - i im i I IH Jw J AVo THE BRHGKENRIDQB NEWS OLOYERPORT KY News 1897 Breckenridge EKRON W L Archer went to Louisville Mon Â¬ day Irvln Richardson returned to Garfield Monday Gloomy Intornnl Polna vouo by Hopeless Lnmo Tlrod Life Nor- - WKDENSDAY AUGUST 18 Evory Bnd Symptom Curocl Our Neighbors CHESTNUT GROVE aro needing tain very bad The cbolr of Long Lick meet to prac- Â¬ tice every Saturday afternoon Mr Qulgglns of Canovllle eras in McDaniela buying cattlo last week Iter F Gabs will fill his appointtnont at St Anthonys the fourth Sunday Mr and Mrs John lihodes are visit- Â¬ ing her mother at Owensboro this week J T AVoosley is preparing to build a new dwelling near the Monastery bridge Dont forget tho grand picnic at the Monastery bridge the 14tb Come one Come all Miss Cretie Cannons health is much improved since she has been taking buggy rides Mis3 Suda and Bob Rhodes of Mc Daniela were the guests of Miss Julia Cooines Sunday Misses Mary and Rosa Hafley were the guests of their uncle John OCon nol Jolly Station Sunday As this is my first attempt and for fear it will reach the waste basket I will close Willi best wishes to the News Misses Lena and Maltie Mattingly Clara Cannon and James Mattingly attended meeting at McDaniela Wednes Â¬ day night Mrs Tula Buckman and sister Miss Neddie Mattingly of Frederlcktown are the guests of their father Mr Felix Mattingly near Kirk this week Miss Mary Mattingly and little sister Iiene who have been visiting their cousins Maggie and Lona Rhodes at Irvlngton arrived home Saturday Miss Mary Mattingly and Mr Joe Wheatley of Kirk were tho guests of Miss Minnie Rhodes Saturday night and Misses Julia and Lula Rhodes Sunday Revs Hartford and Ganoway are con- Â¬ ducting a series of services at the M church at McDaniela and Bro Fudge Baptist minister at that place will com- Â¬ mence protracted services Sunday l i r I i I It J A HARDINSBURG KY There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kelmers At tho Closo of Business on the 36tb day Swamp Root the great kidney remedy John Griffin of Zanesville 0 says Of June 1897 fulfils every wish in relieving pain In the I never lived a day for thirty years back kidneys liver bladder and every without suffering agony until ii box of RESOURCES part of tho urinary passages It corrects De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured my inability to hold urine and scalding pain Loans and Discounts less loans to piles For piles and rectal troubles Director i 11057488 in passing it or bad effect following use Loans to Directors cuts bruises sprains eczema and all 200000 of liquor wine or beer and overcomes Overdrafts unsecured 7 o6 akin troubles DeWitts Witch Hazel 18609 01 that unpleasant necessity of being com- Â¬ Due from National Dunks Salve is unequalled Short I laynes 300000 pelled to get up many times during the Banking House and Lot Real 61346 t ire7usccaq night to urinate The mild and the ex- Â¬ Other Stocks Kstatllondj ccaa BIGSPRING and Other m 3975 100 traordinary effect of Swamp Root is soon Specie Currency and Exchange for Clearings realized It stands the highest for its 10508 45 Deferred Irom last week iooooo wonderful cures of the moot distressing Furniture and Fixtures THREE HUMS Sffil Miss Mayme Moorman of Loulsyille casses If you need medicine you should 15047U77 We sold during the past two years 30000 Illlckoimilorfor Typowrltora is yisiting relatives here LIABILITIES havo the best Sold by druggists price In other words 30000 business and profession men instead of paying f 1C0 for a Typewriter have bought the BLICKENSDERFEIt for 435 thereby saving fifty cents and one dollar You may Capital Stock paid in in Cash Miss Pearl Joplin of Flizabethtown f 3500000 themselves the neat sum ol 657161 havo a eamplo bottle and pamplet both Undivided Profits One of the most encouraging features has been visiting Miss Lilly Clarkson It heals everything except a broken sent free by mall Mention the Breck Deposits subject to check on THREE 1I11ED fflOHUI MUDS of a cure made by SSSSwits Specific Dr Strother attended the medical which interest Is not paid t 543575 Is Its permanency Of all diseases it is heart may bo said of DeWitts Witch enridge Nens and send your address to Ii you have purchased one your share Is just I6j and if you have not purchased Certificates of Deposit Time society at Klizibethtown last Thursday well known that those of the blood are Hazel Salve one will It not pay you to investigate and see if eery word of the above is not truet Piles and rectal diseases Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y on which 3 per cent inter The largest business corporations the most prominent business men the most suc the most obstinate nnd therefore the cuts burns bruises Mrs Milton Board Sr and daughter cessful lawyers and the United States Government are well satisfied users of this tetter eczema and The proprietors of this paper guarantee is paid est 6464164 11889916 I most difficult The medical macnine Miss Irene were visiting relatives hero profession In to cure fact have virtually ad Â¬ all skin troubles may bo cured by it the genuineness of this offer 5047077 WEST VIRGINIA SUPPLY CO GENERAL AGENTS last week mitted that a real deepseated blood quickly and permanently Short State or Kentucky Boom 33 Exchange Bank H illding WHEELING W VA disease is heyond their skill lllg Advance In Steel Haynes Miss AUIe Reed of Brandenburg was SJei3 w r - ee ijcigsaaegsa tezszsa Of course County of Hreckenrldge Is made Clfveiaxd Aug 16 An average the guest of Miss Ora Walton Saturday in so mnnv their admission not sneak M Cashier Bank of words but actions advance of 3 a ton in the price of Bank H Heard and doingofbusiness Hardlnsburg a and Sunday in the louder than words nnd their Inability to located structural steel has been made at the Hardlnsburg In said county being dulytown of McQUADY sworn Miss Ava Stith of Cincinnati was the cure after months and often years of mills in this oity within the past three says that the foregoing report Is in all respects a treatment is sufficient evidence that Â¬ guest of Mias Zelma Strother last Satur- Â¬ eases of the blood cannot be cured dis or fonr days and another advance is true statement of the condition of the said Bank at by After a long silence I will again re- Â¬ looked for A roprosentativo of the the clou of business on the 30th day of June 1897 day and Sunday doctors Their mercurial mixtures al Â¬ and though taken faithfully only cover up port a few of tho happening of this quiet Olovcland Rolling Mill company said to the best of his knowledge and belief beenfurther says that the business of said Hank trans Miss Mayme Barnard who has been the symptoms of the disease inducing little place At last wo have had a good that ho wonld not bo snrprisod to see acted at the location named and has elsewhere not KY the guest of Miss Lilly Clarkson return- Â¬ the patient to feel that he is being cured rain J W Pato went to Rockvnle on the prico go up 3 a ton more within and that the above report is made In compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary tno next Boaays but when he is sooner or later seized his bicycle Thursday W A ed home Tuesday of State designating the 30th day of June 1897 as Bates is with stiff joints pain in the bones etc the day on which such report shall be made Misses Clara Morris Mablo Collie and the evidence Everybody Says So M II IIeakd Cashier of the doctors patchwork very low with typhoid fever Milton Lucile Collie of Louisville are hore is conclusive Such results caunot be ex Â¬ Coke attended the Republican Conven- Â¬ n F Heard Cascarcts Candy Cathartic tho most won Â¬ Â¬ Mohxis Hskridck Directors pected from the use of S S S Being tion at Louisville Mrs McDermott is derful medical discovery of tlio ago pleas visiting relatives G W Heard ant and refreshing to tno tasto act gently Â¬ purely vegetable containing Subscribed and sworn to befure me by M II Tom Hardin of Louisville is here ful mineral ingredients it is no harm visiting at J T F Owens Miss Kate and positively on kidneys liver and bowels the only cleansing tho spending his vacation with his parents blood remedy which acts on the true Shrewsbury Kirk spent Thursday night cum Iicaiiaolio cntlro system dispel colds Beard the and day ofjuly 1897 fever habitual constipation 3c 3c It S Skillman Clerk II C C 3c 3c principle of forcing the disease from with Miss Pearl Ball N V Nelson and biliousness Pleaso buy and try a box Mr and Mrs Hardin By Frank Hoard D C O C C to day 10 as 60 cents Bold and the system building tip rather than Louisville Is here looking after the in- Â¬ of 35 pes Fancy Calico Full size Scrub Brush Nice Plain Hemstitch 5 pes Irish Lawns Misa Fannie Phillips of Brandenburg guaranteed to euro by all druggists tearing down the health No loss of ed Handkerchief worth 6c worth 5c worth 10c was the guest of Miss Myrtle Moorman hair no stiff joints no decrepit mercu- Â¬ terests of the Deering Harvester Com- Â¬ worth 8c pany Miss Sarah Newby spent last QUARTERLY REPORT rial wrecks result from the use of SSS TrTE TyTARKETS last Saturday and Sunday week with Miss Clara Crews Mr and Review of the Grain ami Livestock Mar Â¬ Mrs Grinnoll of Brandenburg was OF THF 13c Mrs Joe Ball Mattingly are here visit- Â¬ kets For Aug 10 tho guest of Mrs E A Strother and prs Ladies Opera 53 box of Baby ing relatives and friends A laree crowd HmersoVs Celebrated 60 prs Mens Fine BANK BRECKINRIDGE Cincinnati Tobuoco Market other friends last Saturday and Sunday Shoes Shoes attended the Missionary meeting at Clo Tip Shoes Shoes worth j jo HhjlS f aoo quality Miss Mayme Haynes of Henderson ver Creek last Saturday Miss Carrie Offerings 8630 OLOVERPORT KY Kcjoctloiis who has been visiting her aunt Mrs E 4C9 Pullen of Rockport Ind is with her Actual eaIos 8067 At tho Close of Business on the 30th day Mason Fruit Jars W Jones returned home last Monday 5c Big sister Mrs W L Frank Miss Majrgle Receipts 11857 The 3636 hhds offered averaged 778 per at lilg Deal In Blankets of June 1807 Uakor who has beon visiting Mrs Nel Â¬ 100 Misses Neda and Ada Beard of Har For 3 One pint tin Remnant Sale this lbs nsalnst IT00 of 3711 hhds for the son Jolly returned to her home at Har- - week ended Friday July 80 and 409 far dinsburg returned home Monday after a Nice one at oc Cups week dinsburg last Tuesday Bros Breeding 2201 hhds the corresponding week In 1800 short stay with their aunt Mrs G A RESOURCES Iitteburg and Roberts will begin a protracted Meador Loans and Discounts less loans 14 24c New meeting at Jollys school house the Fifth 4 Cattle Prime U 005 10 fair0038769 to Directors J 10105343 10c Mrs Torn Humphrey and daughters 85 bulls stags nnd cows J3 60 10000 Sunday in this month Miss Eva lies Hogs Prims light 4 384 SO heavy Loans to Directors Cents nice cool Big lot nice Jelly Stock of who have been visiting Mrs B S Clark- Â¬ Ladies Linen Coll trs Loans to officers Undershirt 00 60 Sheep rough 13 7605J5 Glasses ton Hardlnsburg visited Miss June tajSWi N 1B84 85 fair 6028Sg3 60 com- Overdrafts unsecured worth 40c son are now spending two weeks with 3 Choice tjc dozen CARPETS 5 77 all styles McQuady last week 85 Mies Eya has mon 8 10 3 0533 choice lambs Due from National Banks Mrs Jess Clarkson 3 3503s 34 6 25 veal calves 5 7BjtO 5 many friends hero and wo are always Due from Mate Uanks and Miss Nannie Mercer of Long Grove Cincinnati Hankers 3114161 6717995 5c glad to see her bonnio face in our midst 5c 10c Cat- Â¬ Whoat 85287o Corn 8338fo who has been visiting Miss Zelma Little Minnie Hart McDauiols who tlo Selected butchers tl 004 U5 fair to Banking House and Lot H myjjrs lrincc Albert Suits 10 doi Spools Celluloid Collars 300000 All Silk Ties Strother returned home Tuesday accom- Â¬ Knittlnjr Silk 3 8538 00 3 853 U S Boads common Mr H L Myersof looMulberry street has been visiting her aunt Mrs Milton medium aoo 00 reduced from to00 all colors all styles panied by Miss Strother who will remain Newark N J made the mistake of re- Â¬ Coke has returned home Nellie and 3 00 Hogs Selected and prime butchers Other Stocks and Honda worth 50 386 73 Specie 10 paoklng 3 WX4 00 common 1615000 t until after the Ellzabethtown fair Miss lying upon remedies based upon mineral Edgar Crews camo home from Kirk last and0504 Currency SheiTp 13 35 rough W 86S3 85 775 77 J8S577 Mercer is ono of the most charming ingredients and for the hundreds of weok where they had been visiting their 8 60 lambs J3 2536 60 4Sc Furniture and Ffxtu ei dollars which 3OC00O Invested 49 c Debts In Suit young ladles that has visited here this disappointmenthein return received only aunt Mrs Linos Coomes Little Vern lluflalo 35tjS He says LotofLadifsFine Choice of all our 30c Ladies Shirt Wains 3l0o8 Cattlo Choice butohexs f3 0081 25 Protest Acct 4Ji summer I was afflicted with a terrible blood on Sapp who got his leg broken some Your Country Pro Umbrellas and 75c were sold at fair to good f3 6534 00 common W 600 duce at Highest worth 1 100 disease which was Mens Straw Hats 338643 8 uuxeo fioo The following from a distance attend afterwards spread in spots at first but weoks agd is rapidly recovering under g w i loirs xorusrs t zixg voi1633 2b Market Piico LIABILITIES all over my body paokers433 DVUVIf OOjcommon V Capital Stock paid In In cash I 4ioroo JSJSassjjajajaass ed the moonlight danco in Mr Meyers These soon broke out into sores and it the skillful treatment of Dr R W Burch jiheep iVrlmo 4034 66 fair to choice Fund Surplus 3000000 Mrs W L Frank returned from a vis W VM AOi common 13 WS 05 Bimbs Undivided Fronts yard last Saturday evening Misses Ava is easy to imagins the suffering I en Â¬ 79659 Due DcDOsItors as follows viz II 6025 75 r It to relatives in Owensboro and Rock Edith Stith of Cincinnati Miss dured and Deposits subject to check on Before I became convinced that Chicago which Interest Isnntpaldil 8jj71l1 Ireno Board of Hardlnsburg Misses the doctors could do no good I had port last weok Miss Hamilton Owens 05 3 6533 Hogs Selected butohors Time Certificates ol Deposit rn which 3 percent inter Ruba Humphrey Mayme Barnard and spent a Hundred dollars wulcU was boro spent Wednesday with Sirs J W mixed 13 7628 DO Cattle Native steers 10000 APPLE BARRELS esllspaU t3 7635 35 most sales I 8A5 00 Cows 8769704 17047017 really thrown away I then tried vari Wright Miss Artie Pato Cloyer Creek Lucy Humphrey of Louisville Miss 3 603 Bheop RUSSELLVILLE KY and bulls SI 7523 85 ous patent mediclnas but they did not returned home last Sunday aftor spend UKid Dividends Dividend tyi WXSo 40 4 00 lAinb Fannie Phillips of Brandenburg Miss reach the diseaio When I had finished i percent declarrd today 180400 Four Courses Nannie Mercer of Long Grove Miss my first bottle of SSS I waa greatly ing sovoral days with friends and rela- Â¬ Nr York f3 0031 6 Funds to pay Taxes Endowed 473 Cattlo tl 2505 05 8hccp Miss Mabel Frank one of Miss improved and was delighted with the tives here Pearl Joplin of Ellzabethtown Nine Schools 1 7636 25 stronfl Faoully 9S JS43 Iambs f Stats or Kintvcky Mayme Haynes of Henderson Mrs 0 result The large red splotches on my Owensboroa most charming young la- Â¬ Thorouflh ss chest began to grow paler and smaller dles Is expected to visit here County of Breckenilde this week 8 Grinnell of Brandenburg Messrs and before long disappeared entirely I A B Sklllnun Cashier of the Breckinridge Send for Catalogue to W S Seyeral of our young people will atSHOPS AT IRVIN8T0N AND HUSTON Wintorsmlth Alfred Hastings regained my lost weight became strong- Â¬ RYLAND Pres Hank a Hank located aad doing business on Wall street In the city of Cloverport In said county Tow Hastings Will Howard Jtoblnson er and my appetite greatly improved tend the AnUyvllhyjfinlc Saturday being duly sworn say that the foregoing report l I was soon entirely well and my skin as Wesley Williams of Ellzabethtown condi Ion if ORDERS PROMPTLY PILLED clear as a piece of glass aUmfn f the said Ilank VIS business on the Xool lwfcflld of Wet Point NY SSS is a sure cure for aU manner Vim vigor and victory these ore day ofJuneiSo to the best of his knowledge 30th and Brandenburg Jess Tay- - of blood diseases aad disappointment characteristics of JJaWltta Little Early belief and further says that the business of stU Ctarll Nsvltt Bank has been transacted at the location IRVINQTON MILLING COMPANY RIsors the famous little pills for constilor Garw4t Jim Mercer Roeco Nail never results from its use It is and not elsewhere j and that the above named J nude In compllsnee with an official notice report JJaraoW ot Viae Grove and pation biliousness and all stomach and IrvlHKicjM Ky tuul XelMtt from the Secretary of State designating reielved ihioth liver troubles Short Haynes WiJte h d7 a hW uch O D Vickhkll STgr QmUm Ky Frank Bftm haTll G maV8 W and one thojMsd dollars will be paid A B Skiuman Cashier for proof that it contains a particle of Itout Tobacco tipit suit hmole tsar Mrs Awsj W II Bowuii mercury pc4h0Tothertnlneral 889 To quit tobacco easily and forever be mug Km by I WWW WM by all droggitU Ji sold netlo ull of life nerve and visor take Address fLkbt Valuable books on blood and skin dl fti ri h mitt Www In closing her firtyfirH year tend the wonder worker that make weak men cSUcribJ nil sworn to before me by A II wmm to hi XVP8 CREAM Mil students and assures then sad tWIr will b frse to all who ad strong All druggists Wo or II Cure guaran Apply bitotti nostrilsBALM UVMltiverflM Skdlmsa Cashier thsnd day of July 8 4ll4 u mmw flboii him It Uqalcklr sriiea that CltAS B SiCILUMN N J B C It htnu wjil Y1 teed Booklet and sample tree Address cmU at Pni7glt or bf mall t samplesabsorbedmalL drtM Swift 8jKic Co Atlanta Ga 10c by COUNTY SURVKYOR Sterling Remedy Co Chicaao or New Yprk Coamlishn eiplrss Jan 16th 1900 1UY BROTllCltS 6 Warrcu ft hcw Turk City HARDIMMimcKr sty For nearly flvo years 1 suffered with Ermnett Daugherty loft to day Mon Â¬ a severe caso ot stomach trouble I had pains In my stomach and bowels so that I day for Owensboro could not stand or work without great Essie Bruner camo up Wednesday for suffering My appctlto was vcrypooronil a visit to her mothers when I did cat anything 1 was shortly Llttlo Earl Saunders camo up Monday afterwards seized with vomiting Bpells I could not rest at night and felt lamo and to visit her grandparents tired all over 1 became nervous and had to Holt last no energy whatever 0 0 Richardson went My llfo seemed Wednesday to seo Mr Hardin My husband ad Â¬ gloomy nnd hopeless Roy Frymlro of Unlontowu camo up vised mo to tako Hoods Sarsaparlllaos be had been taking It with great bene Wednesuay to seo his parents used I began taking It and tho first bot- Â¬ Col J D Babbago of the Nkws was tle did mo a great deal of good I con- Â¬ In town Saturday for the picnic tinued with it regularly and hnvo now Flaherty Guston and Brandenburg almost fully regained my natural weight and am doing nearly all my housework were well represented at tho picnic Gladstone Ala Kixda After a sovero dry spell wo wero bless Â¬ MrsMy blood Crocker of order and I had was out ed with a good rain on Saturday night no energy After taking two bottles of Mrs D S Roberts was called to Holt Hoods Sarsaparilla 1 felt better than for Makioh W Smith Collins to seo her brother Mr Hardin who died a year villc Alabama last Friday Sarsaparilla is sold by druggists Mrs Jim Woolfork went to Holt last f 1 Hoods f 5 Bo sure to get Hoods six for Thursday to see her brother-in-lawho is 111 with typhoid llux ness camp meeting near Yelvlngton last Miss Claudia Frymlro came here Mon- Â¬ week day to see her father who was hurt In a The Republicans here are well pleased run away accident last week with the nomination of Bob Jolly for Mrs Jim Reld and children of Louis- Â¬ Senator ville came down last Wednesday to It Is said that Bob Stevens of this spend August with iier mothor Mrs place was robbed of 300 below Owens- Â¬ Datch Richardson boro one night last week Bloomfield Mo Feb IGtb 1897 Miss Ofa Mosoley who has been very J 0 Mendenhall Evansvllle Ind sick with typhoid feyer for over five Dear Sir Your Chill and fever Curo weeks Is thought to bo belter has been a splendid seller with me the f he typhoid fever scare Is about over past twelve months and tho sale is here as most nil the cases now nre steadily Increasing I consider it tho improving nnd no now ones developed best Chill Cure in tho market Ship mo Sam Bruner and Bion Moseley return- Â¬ ono 1 Gross soon as possible as I am ed from the Ellendale Falrlast week and out report the finest crops they ever caw Your truly Wv T Rknnkr around Curdsville Short Haynes It is thought that Miss Jennie Patter- Â¬ son will bo elected superintendent in PELLVILLE this county by tho largest majority given any candidate Aside from her Hilary Bruner of Fordsvillo will being popular and deserving the people locate here soon want a woman officer for the novelty P M Rtgdon of Patesvllle was here there is in it on business last week If Dave Powers and Bill Sterrett start V M Moseley begins teaching school tho Hancock Republican at Hawesvllle at Sourwood next Monday wo look for tho liveliest canvass this Miss Bessie Brodsky of Louisvillo is county ever had It is well known that these two men are up with tho times with her sister Mrs Lelbouitz Misses Ada Ida and Dolly Jett have and aro as fearless ob they aro energetic and will spare no pains in dealing out gone to Henderson to teach school their best ammunition and using the Hugh Ried and wife visited at A T best field pieces nt their command while Skinners near Lewisport last week battling with tho enemy We antici Â¬ Vora Moseley is attending the Teach- Â¬ pate a bully time sure ers Institute at Beaver Dam this weok The drouth has nearly ruined tlifc Several from here attended the holi- - country It has not rained to amount to anything here since the first week In May and fields that with a good season would have made forty bushels of corn to the acre will not in some cases make over four or five bushels and some not that much The pastures are complete- Â¬ ly dried up stock water is hard to get and the tobacco crop is almost a total failure Unless rain comes soon farmers In this locality will see hard times until crop time again Hoods Snrsnpnnlln Vood Product peanuts aro n favorlto dish with tho Chlnoso An nttompt has been mndo In thin country to cook and dry poauuts nnd grind thuin into n flonr Bread inado from peanut flour is said to possess especial valno to dlabotio pa- Â¬ tients Thoro is llttlo doubt that wo still slight many useful food products Tho snverni niycologicnl clubs which ox 1st to disseminata n knowlcdgo of tho eatnblo fungi that nbonnd in our fields and woods havo been sufficiently suc Â¬ cessful to show that movomont in such directions is qnlckly onconrnged but wo havo muoh moro than mushrooms at car hands that can bo mndo available Ital Â¬ ians mako n most palatablo flour or meal out of chestnuts and also from somo spcolos of acorns Now York Post Steel Hoadway Bollod Secretory Wilson has given directions to General Roy Stono chief of tho bureau pf good roads nt tho dopaftment of agriculture to coustruot a eamplo stocl roadway at tho most convenient loca- Â¬ tion ho can find nt tho Nashvlllo expo- Â¬ sition whoro it may bo sect and studied by tho visitofs who will attend tho ox position during tho summer Secretary Wilson thinks tho stcol trackway for wagons is tho easiest solution of tho good roads problem particularly in tho west whero stono aud gravel aro soarce and tho soil is deep and sticky THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be Cured Â¬ Tho intense itching nnd smarting inci Â¬ An Eminent New York Chemist and Sciendent to these diseases is instantly allayed tist Makes a Free Offer to Our by applying Chamberlains Eyo nnd Headers Many very bnd cases Skin Ointment hnvo been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles nnd distinguished New York a favorito remedy for sore nipples T ThoSlocum demonstrating hischemist discovchapped hands chilblains frost bites eryAof a reliable and absolute euro for nnd chronic soro eyes 25 cts per box Consumption pulmonary Tubercnlosis lung and Dr Cndys Condition Powders nro and all bronchial throat catarrhal just what n horso needs when In bad chest diseases stubborn coughsweakness decline and condition Tonic blood purifier nnd affections generalall conditions of wastÂ¬ loss of flesh and vorraifugo They nro not food but ing away will send FREE BOT- Â¬ medicine and the best in use to put n TLES all different THREE Now Discovof his Prfco 25 eries to horso in priino condition any afilicted reader of tho Bukck cents por package ekridcje News writing for them His New Scientific Treatment has The Eyes cured thousands permanently by its When awaking hi tho morning do timely use and he eonsiders it a simple not rub tho oyes Indeed ono ought professional duty to suffering humanity novor to rub or Prcss bo fingers against to donate a trial of his infallible cure the eyes If thoy fool at all irritable Science daily develops new wonders Cold and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ spongo them with cold water water has a most beneficial effect upon menting for years has produced results tho eyes nnd tho strongest will find it as beneficial to humanity as can be good to daily batho tho eyes in cold wa- Â¬ claimed by any modern genius His as-Â¬ Â¬ troubles and ter This invigorates thorn nnd holps to sertion that lungin any climate consumpis proven tion are curablo keep tli oiii in good working ordor But by heartfelt letters of gratitude filed it must bo remembered that quite cold in his American and European laborator- Â¬ bo used when tho ies in thousands from thoso cured in all water should only body is at n modorato temperature parts of the world When ono is very heated or warm tho Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ chill must bo taken off tho wator to chial chest and lung troubles lead to Cousumption which uninterrupted nvoid any sudden shock Philadelphia means speedy and certain death Ledger Simply write to T A Slocum M C 08 Pine street Now York giving post HOW TO FIND OUT office nnd express address and the free medicine will be promptly sent Suffer- Â¬ 7111 n bottlo or common glass with ers should take instant advantage of his urine and let it stand twenty four hours generous proposition un- Â¬ a sediment or settling indicates an Please toll the Doctor that you saw healthy condition of the kidneys When his offer in the Breckenuidcie News urine stains linen it is evidence of kid Â¬ Too frequent desire to ney trouble QUARTERLY REPORT urinate or pain in tho back is also con- Â¬ OF THE vincing proof that the kidneys and blad Â¬ der are out of order Â¬ Â¬ Tetter Sair IUioum nnd Eczema Ten Days More to secure Bargains i i tW AfclS - 8 1 Everything Going f -- JT COST LET THIS DOS OPPORTUNITY After that time our entire stock will M i WHAT TO DO BANKOFHARDINSBURG be removed to Meadow Lawn so come and take advantage of the rare Bargains in Dry Goods Clothing Notions Groceries etc JOE JEFFRIES WEBSTER KY cso I No Patchwork r aas2xcri COTE IMIXHiXjIOItT Ii P TIM HUD f1111 01 HllIIl Â¬ Â¬ rtls m GEO YEAKEL GREAT BARGAIN BRANDENBURG ANOTHER BIG CUT AT THE CO m I STORE Â¬ I t if iM 59c 298 125 1 79c 45c 25c Â¬ l 750 25c Â¬ Wanted Â¬ Â¬ 4- 1 - Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE Erst - 1 fe Â¬ 0P YOU SHOULD EMPLOY Purely Vegetable wJvl Logan Fmnla iuty CHINTZ 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