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the six and a half feet from us Crossing tho Yukon river tho difforenco in tho two surveys is 14 seconds whioh in that latltudo represents 800 feet According to the lino of Ogilvie tho Canadian gov Â¬ ernment surveyor we gain 300 feet on tho British side Â¬ Â¬ SPAIN MUST MOVE Uncle Sam May Take Hand in Cuban Matters NEWS NUGGETS Irehlstorlo relics have been discovered in a mound near Portland Ind Mr and Mrs IlHrry Plnlott aged re Â¬ spectively 40 and 80 years of Marlon O were married the third time after being LARGE NUMOER OF PEOPLE INJURED A the Miners Strike FOOD ONE DOLLAR WHEAT Sensational Advanoe In Nearly All the Market of the World Chicago Aug 21 Wheat scored a Freight Train Crashes Into an Eicur Ion Train Aug 21 A tcrriblo smash FOR THE STRIKERS Farmers la be Coal Regions Say They Have Plenty to Feed tbe Miners v i PittbbCko Aug 23 Developments In tho coal mining situation in tho Pittsburg district will bo watched with nuusnal interest this weolc Both sides are making preparations for movements that will bo to thoir benefit From a ro llablo sonrco it was learned that if tho operators start mines on the lines laid down other mines will also bo started by tho miners It is proposed to scloct operators who aro friondly to tho min- Â¬ ers They will be given permission to mine coal at tho rato demanded and tho By this means it is excoal stored pected to got a fund from tho union miners that happen to bo working and with this fund pay the expenses of a fight against imported labor Tho miners ofllcials are making arrangements to hare a fund on hand to send foreign labor homo just as fast as it arrives With mines operated nnder tho jjurisdio tion of the labor loaders and with operators that aro friondly who reap a profit they hooo to havo an available and largo fund This plan has been outlined and will bo submitted to tho national ofll- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sensational advance yestorday at every market in the world with tho exception During tho regular session of of Paris the Chicago board of trade Septombor wheat gained 5 7 8 cents and Decombcr 5 3 8 cents On tho curb after regular hours another advanco of 3 cents was mado September selling frcoly at 90 cents The advanco was by no means merely a Chicago bulgo Liverpool Btartcd it tho English markets showing a gain equivalent to 4 1 2 to 4 3 4 cents per bushel Every American market fol- Â¬ lowed tho examplo New York gain ing 6 8 8 cents St Louis 4 cents and the northwestern markots 6 cents The strength of tho English markets was attributed to unsettled weather and covering by fihorts Tho official report of the Hungarian crop showing it tho smallest in 10 years might have had somo influence Boerbohra tho noted English statistician estimated European necessities at 884000000 bushels with 185000000 bnBhels of that amount required from America Cash whoat in most of tho American markets passed tho dollar mark That was the case at Minneapolis New York Buffalo Baltimore and St Louis The cash premiums here even increased to 3 cents over Soptomber option Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ap I ha Religious services were held in tho strikers several camps yesterday and all were largely attonded but notwithstanding tho religious air pervading the camps a conflict between workers and strikers took placo in tho afternoon during which thrco strikers wero badly hurt but none aro in a serious condition Five of the men who ore working for the Now York and Cleveland Gas Coal company went to William Sea inons boardinghouse about one half mile from Oak Hill tipple where a number of strikers are quartorod for tho purpose of persuading the strikers to go to work The meeting was a stormy one and resulted in Antonio Podasky boing shot near tho heart the bullet going almost through his body Grongron Pftnold was shot in tho oyo and Botiste Dalmeso was cut with a THEIR BODIES NOT RECOVERED razor The injured men aro all strik- dlsturbauca re-the aers iifhiswos caunmonlyThe Uggressivo Three Men Suupt Over- Niagara ralli on the Canadian 8lde workmen escaped before tho men in Niagara Falls Aug 23 Frank tho Oak Hill camp were aware of tho Weber of Buffalo Warren Bush 21 fight Tho report that Sandy Creek camp years old of Chicago a former employe will bo abandoned is denied by tho of tho United Statos Express company strikers and they say fifty men will bo and Charles Glasner 29 years of age of sent there from 1lum Oroek and Turtle Chicago omployed by tho United States Creek Express company who havo been camp-Â¬ In addition to the general missionary ing on tho banks of the Niagara river work for the week the leaders have do for tho past week with soveral compan- Â¬ cided to direct especial work to tho prevention of operations at the Sandy ions yesterday hired a small boat at Crook mine Tho strikers say thoy will La Salle and started to row across the resume their marching tactics claiming Niagara river to tho Canadian shore be- Â¬ Iu tho heavy current thoir boat that under the ruling of Judge Goff in The tho West Virginia cases thoy aro given came unmanageable and upset people mon wero seen by n number of this right It is announced that tho Now York on shoro struggling iu the water but all and Cleveland Coal and Gas company beforo assistance could reaoh them tho three wero carried over tho falls on will make eight moro evictions tomorrow from eight different company Canadian side Thoro is littto probaof tho houses It is not probable there will be bility weeks bodies being recovered for some any trouble The sheriff doos not say what oourso AN UNSOLVED MYSTERY he will pursno should marching begin Mo Solution Yet to the Horrible Murder but thinks he is ready to meot evory Ohio Near Dellefontalne omergoncy Sympathy for tho strikers by tho Bellkkontaine O Aug 23 Nearly farmers and citizens is not diminishing two wcoks ago David Detrick and wife In the least Yesterday thcro were wore brutally murdered at thoir homo about 700 visitors to tho camp at Sandy in Union township Their murdorors Creek many of tho farmers who came aro still unknown but local officers and bringing wagon loads of provisions Citizens of Now Texas sent word that Detoctivo Archambanlt are wel satisthey had plenty of food for the men fied that thoy havo facts in their pos and wanted them to call on them when session which will solve the mystery Officers are looking for several men needed who aro roported to havo seen Ford on ROBBER SHOT AND KILLED the fatal Monday night It is begin Â¬ Its ami III rate Were Trying to Hreak ning to be behoved that several porsons in this city know moro about tho men Into a llauk Vault aro supposed to bo implicated in Canton 0 Aug 23 At 1 oclock whomurder than thoy enro to tell Sunday morning Merchant Folicomau tho Low Deerwester is hotter but lies Chnrles S Hemmingor interrupted tho down a grcator port of the time It is operations of a gang of burglars which believed that in a day or two ho will be was trying to break into the vaults of in condition for examination Sons bank As a tho Isaac Hartcr Casper M Sanger Dead result one of tho robbors whoso naino Milwaukee Aug 23 Casper M is unknown is dead at tho morgue The Sanger died at 2 30 yestorday morning others escaped Hemmingor enmo upon after a lingoring illness Mr Bangor tho robbors in tho dark and they opened was well known having boon engaged He shot at thorn and fire upon him in many large business enterprises brought down one of tho burglars Other policemen arrived but not in Prior to the paiiio of 1893 he was con- Â¬ tiino to arrest any of tho other mombers sidered to be a millionaireallbut through his fortune of tho gang The wounded man died business reverses noarlySangor sufferod an hour or two after ho was shot Ho dwindled away Mr of paralysis and was about 25 yoars of age well dressed from several strokes and good looking Tho robbers were was confined to his bed tho lost two mouths undoubtedly professionals for an investigation of tho promisos revealod n full Clot a Ilaujr Intoxicated outfit of burglar tools The robbers had RICHMOND Ind Aug 20 Romeo begun work in a systematia way on the small colored was sent to jail yester foundation of tho vault and if not iu for terruptod they would probably havo day for 80 days girl giving intoxicants baby Small ento a inado a good haul tered the home of Sherman Byrd when americanflag n6traised no one was at homo excopt tho child sister ondgavo the IlrltLli auditsseveial drinks Hawaii Itefufi to lteglter but the girl ro baby Heg Utered Ship fused Whon tho parents arrived homo Aug 23 Tho steam Â¬ thoy found tho hifant intoxicated alSan Francisco er Coptic has arrived here bringing most into spasms Honolulu advices up to Aug 10 Tho Fllteeu leoU Injured American Hag has not yot been raised New Yoiik Aug 23 A tally ho over Hawaii and thoro is no indication of mombors that it will be Just before the last coach carrying a number association of steamer left for San Francisco on July of the John Palmer friends was run Brooklyn and their 87 it was rumorod that on Aug 2 tho into at Coney Island last night by a United States minister would take pos trolley car and wrecked Fifteen of tho sewiou of the islands He was to reoccupants of the coach were injured ceive definite instructions on tho steam Â¬ AnnaDrislor of Flatbush aud Will- Â¬ arriving at Honolulu July er Monawa iam Grufify of Brooklyn the driver of 29 but evidently they failed to corao as the coach are believed to bo fatally the raising of tho flag did not occur The Hawaii government has declined hurt Tried a ParaehuU Act to grant a permanent reltor under the Hawaiian flag of the PftciJio Mail steam Butler Ind Aug 80 Willie the Â¬ akip China whioh was granted a tem son of Peter Clarke living porary regfeter by Um Hawaiian coomI sear Blakeslef witnessed a parachute MLoo4om The OhiiM is a British built days ago and he decided vaaetl aud the Hawaiian government drop meral oiaiaw auei the sate of the ship to Col Â¬ to try it kimeelf Yeeterday he took a from onel MaArhvue a Hawaiian abjoot is eotnnioN umbrella and jumped an ar their bam He shot down like not a bona Ada one row striking on a wagon which was OeatiMM Air lMw Tee etaanlnc near tbe bam fatally injuring oOV Vwvt Yoa Attc 81 Tbe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cials formation has readied tho treasury de- Â¬ partment that the suspected filibuster Dauntless has left Savannah with a barge in tow and that sho is to bo joined by the Alexander Jones at a point southeast of Hatteras where the two vessels are to meet tho schooner Banna F Briggs supposed to bo loadod with munitions of war for tho Cuban insurgents Which vessel will make the trip is not known It is also stated that n filibustering expedition is assem bling near Tampa Fla In view of thib information Secretary Gage telegraphed tho collectors of customs at Savannah Brunswiok and Tampa to use special vigilance to pre vont violations of the neutrality laws and also to confer with tho command ers of naval vessels at their ports as to what steps should bo taken in the prem Â¬ ises AMMUNITION FOR INSURGENTS The Filibustering Steamer Dauntless line Lft Sarannali Washington Aug 28 Unofficial in- Â¬ night about 10 80 oclock at tho junction of tho Lima IN PAYING QUANTITIES Northern and Lake Erio and Western railroads in tho castorn portion of the city A Lako Erio freight crashed into a Lima Northern passenger train car Miners Refuse to Pay tbe Canadian Royalty rying a large number of excursionists on their return from Toledo tho train and Trouble Is Threatened bearing a special excursion given by a store of this city The Lako Erio on gine was knocked off tho track and badly demolished and two coaches of 23 The the Lima Northern overturned badly Seattle Wash Aug steamer George E Starr arrived at her injuring a large number of Lima dock Saturday morning shortly after 1 1 people The injurod aro oclock from Dyca and Skngnay and Mrs was mot by a great crowd of people it shoulderBert Bennett right arm and having been reported that soveral mon J B Tronfleld of West Cairo badly from Klondlko having mado their way bruised to salt wator overland wero on board Mrs A E Clutter This report proved truo but tho interMrs William P Hall badly bruised Miss Flora Gless back injurod est centered in the appcaranco of ono Henry Reed nnd wife badly injured passenger Ed Thorp who was expected Mrs II W Fox internally injured to como down on tho Portland and who Mrs W II Long leg broken is reported to have somowhero in tho Agnes Roscnbcok injured in sido neighborhood of 1130000 in Klondlko Rox Waltzcr kneo injured gold in his possession Mrs T N Scanlan cut and bruised Thorp and his companions talked but Mrs Ida Watt head cut it is impossible to get anything definito Mr John Watt ecalp wound Mrs Ed E Botkins internal injuries from them William Thorp father of D V Daughter head cut Ed Thorp received a letter a fow days Mrs Georgo Coo fatally crushed ago on the Alki from his son saying Miss Anua Kerch back badly that ho had 130000 in gold At least that is what Willis Thorp is alleged to sprined Abo Stein ear cut off have told his friends But now Thorp Mrs Will Murray head cut nnd Ids throo companions on the Starr unite only on ono point in telling thoir KIDNAPED BOY RECOVERED story and that is that thoy havo 20 Ho Had Ueen Stolen by Hit Uncle Who 000 between them Mas Deed Arretted Four men on tho steamer aro direct from Dawson Thoy aro Qeorgo I Albany Aug 20 Johnny Conway Stewart Ed Thorp Joo Wintcrfleldand who was kidnapod last Monday has Jack Ross and their Indian guide been found and returned to his parents Schwatka The return was through tho otlorts of Stewart went to tho Yukon in 1890 private detectives and reporters in tho nnd located a claim on Eldorado creek a branch of Bonanza crook and about employ of The Argus Tho child was When abducted by his undo Joseph Hardy sixteen miles from Dawson thoir party loft Dawson City July 4 and II G Blake Hardy has been nothing had been heard of tho discovplaced under arrest but Blako escaped Tho party came from his captors aud is being pursued eries on Stowartrivcr up tho Yukon to Polly river which by a squad of polico thoy reached on tho 17th of July From Blako was found and taken to tho thoro thoy came over tho Dalton trail Argus ofllco with Hardy Ho was ac and reaohod Skaguoy Aug 12 Dalton cused of tho kidnaping and at first dotrail necessitates packing a distance of llied all knowledge of it When threats between 400 and 600 miles and is used failed ho was offered a ransom and mostly for driving Btock over the Yukon finally it was mado so largo that ho It is tho intention of tho paty to re confessed tho kidnaping aud piloted a turn to thoir mines at once on the next party of Argus mop some fivo miles out trip of the steamer Georgo E Starr if in tho country where he left them and they can get ready Thoy all camq out in a short time returned with tho boy after supplies Mr Stewart said sup in his arms Ho was given a stuffed plies run short in tho spring and that pocketbook for his ransom aud an effort Hour went up to 70 per sack At pros was made to arrest him When ho saw ent it is 12 per 100 pounds he pulled a that he had boon Old miners on tho Yukon say that revolver fired four trapped ana broko shots company promises away from his captors who did not tho transportation every year to havo plenty of provisions pursue him but drove immediately to for tho next winter but that tho supply tho city with the boy invariably runs short Disastrous lliploslon of Dutt Stowart is a farm or who pursued his vocation until ho was poor for 10 years Daventokt la Aug 20 An explo- Â¬ in Pierce county this state Thorp sion of dust knocked out two walls of who is really at tho head of the outfit tho olovator of tho Davenport syrup re is a butoiicr Both are touderfeet as finery yesterday John Rappant and far as mining goes When they struok John Rahn two men in tho cupola tho Klondike Oct 31 last the people wero uud did not realize tho richness of tho dis- Â¬ badly forced to jump 60 foot a were injured William trict and claims wero bought cheap was fatally crushed andWolf farmer his Stewart and Thorp obtained a half interest in the claim adjoining Berrys on aaugntor was in ilea frame Htovens was also injured Tho building took Eldorado for half what they took out fire After 20 days work thoy cleaned up Loss immediately and was destroyed 15000 insured 8000 from a piece of ground 20 by 80 Thcro is 350000 in sight tho pay Man and Woman Kilted Hjr a Train streak being 145 feet wide Their Bo- Â¬ Washington Aug 21 A carriage nanza creek claims were taken opposite containing H O Olaughton a well that of Cormack the discoverer of tho known attornoy of this city and Miss Klondike He tried to hold the bench ground but it was against tho law and Villa Oustis a daughter of Dr W G Thorps filing was acceptod Thoy havo N Custis was run down by a train on the Baltimoro and Fotomao railroad at refused 500000 for tho four claims Thoir trip out at this season was a Deanwood n short distanco from the grim dash for grub When thoy left city about 7 oclock last night Both stores wero short in the camp and thoy persons were injured bo seriously that know nothing of what was coming they died while being brought to the Thoy hurriedly left with seventy pounds city Olaughton was a widower and each and 100 pounds of dust Thoy leaves four children rowed up the Yukon 175 miles and ANGIOLULO GARROTED then struok across country through tho woods 400 miles to tho Ohilkoot river The Assassin of Tremler Canoras of Spain The week af tor leaving Polly river they KiecuUd ran out of food San Sebastian Aug 21 Michel An For two days they subsisted on small and killed Senor Cau wild ducks caught in the ponds along giolillo who shot the primo ministor of the trail This was all thoy had their ovas del Castillo flour having given out They began to Spain at tho baths of Santa Agueda on fool the effect of tho limited diet when Sunday Aug 8 was oxecuted at 11 thoy met a train of cattlo iu charge of oclock yesterday morning acoordlng to Seattle stock men Thoy wero given a tho sentonco of the courtmartial im full supply of flour posed upon him on Monday lost after Stowart says that tho miners in Klonhis trial ou the previous Sunday whioh dlko who organized ref uso to pay tho 20 sentence was confirmed by the supremo per cent royalty and overy othor claim council of war Thursday which the Canadian government threat Angiolillo heard calmly the news that ens to exact from Americans He said but ho appeared Thoy will organizo to tho number of ho was to bo executed and bitterly comit 4000 and it will bo uo easy matter for to bo surprised atfrequent visits of the the 125 Canadian mounted polico in the plained of the priests declaring they would obtain distriot to enforce Canadas demands He dcclinrd to Thoro will bo trouble if this regulation nothing from him onter the chapel saying ho was comIs enforced his cell An execu The blggost strike iu the district says fortable enough iu the tiouer Stewart was made by four Americans roting from Burgestoperformed priestgar ex which a just prior who worked claim No 3 on Eldorado horted tho anarchist to repent to whioh on shares for the owners Alex MoDon Siuoo you aid and Niger Jim At the end of 30 Angiolillo responded prison leave can me out of days work thoy took out 80000 One not get metomysolf and with my God pan ran 300 tho highest of tho camp peacefully The execution took place at tho prison Charles Myers was at the head of the and of course was private baud Gollls crime was committed but 13 LINE BOUNDARY CANADIAN days ago Tho txecution illustrates the swiftness of Spanish justice under cer Klondlko la Certainly Witlilu the Ilrltlsa tain circumstances Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lima O up Occurred hero last ANOTHER SPANISH OUTRAGE The Situation In Cuba Must be Speedily Im- proved -- Ho jpllal Attacked divorced twlco previously Seven tramps robbed Mike Zoldren an Erie khop man and threw him from a fast freight train at Kent O He will proba bly dlo Zoldrens homo is in Akron At Bay City Mich n coal bucket dropped on the right leg of George Smart breaking it in tho same place it was broken 80 years Bgo He was working in Davidsons shipyard Joe Drowln caught his right leg in n sprocket chain at Handy Brothers mill at Bay City Mich Ho saved hU Ufa by seizing n post with both hands and holding tight until the leg was pulled out He will llvo John V Albertson postmaster at Brey Its great Celebrated Ind on awakening Saturday morning healthful nets forAssures the leavening itrrnpth and food was shocked to find his wife lying dead by all forms of adulteration common to against alum and the cheap brant his side Tho infant was asleep in her ROYAL BAKING FOWDRK CO NEW YORK arms and her body was not yet cold Airs Albertban was as well as usual at bed- Â¬ prof Di Â¬ fcAKIriti POWDER Absolutely Pure Â¬ time Washington Aug 2l Officials of Â¬ the state department wero very roticcnt when asked concerning a report in circulation that definito instructions havo been given all our foreign ambassadors and ministers to European countries to sound and ascortain tho attitudo of European governments iu case tho United States should intervciio in While general denials were Cuba mado by some of thorn others intimated that tho United States was ready to assume tho position taken by Prcsidont Grant in 1871 as shown by tho instructions of Secrotary Fish to Minister Cashing Although it novcr appears that these instructions woro carried out aud there is no knowledge of what Spain would havo done iu tho promises it is possiblo that Minister Woodford will havo a different report to make Minister Woodfords instructions aro to intimate to Spain that the Uiiited States will intorveno unless tho situation in Cuba speedily improves This iu effect was tho instructions whioh wero given Mr Cushiug by Mr Fish and it is understood that tho attitude of tho United States is almost identical with the position taken during General Grants administration Then as now tho good offices of the United States had been tendered to Spain to bring about a settlement of tho war but said the well intended Secrotury Fish proffers of tho United States wero un Tho secrewisely rejected by Spain tary reviewed the situation which pre many similar phases to that which sents exists now President Grant said tho secretary regarded independence as tho only iwrtaiu and necessary solution of the Cuban question Tho attitudo of tho prtJent administration is said to be on the samo linos and it is said Min ister Woodford will make it clear to tho Spanish authorities that our interests will mako intervention by tho United States imperative unless something is done speodily by Spain to improve tho a prominent and wealthy farmer quar Â¬ presout situation disastrous as it is to reled and a bloody fight with pocketkulves all our iutcrcsts ensued Rebecca was horribly cut In the breast face and lower limbs and sho will SICK AND WEAK Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The youth who was found on the streets of Tlfll n O soveral weeks ago after hav lng been overcome by tho heat and who was subsequently taken to the county infirmary hag not recovered consciousness nnd Is thought to bo dying Ills Identity Is a mystery j Will Nowcomb aged 10 years of Ceredo W Vo attempted to board No 08 east bound Chesapeake and Ohio freight at Catlettsburg Ky missed the step and was thrown under tho train mashing both legs so badly that amputation of both limbs below the kneo was necessary His recovery is doubtful Levi Hissong a young business man of Coshocton O died Saturday of ptomnln poisoning A week ago he went on an ex- Â¬ cursion to Chautauqua and while thcro he ate some boiled corned beef He took sick immediately after and died Saturday It Is reported that another young man from Zanesville who ate somo of the meat also died tlnce Crime and Casualties Mrs William G Scarlett or Indianapo- Â¬ lis was hilled by a trolley car Paul Erskine a well known resident of Middle Fork Ind was fatally injured by a small calf he was trying to halter throwing him against a fence Mr Henry Irlng a wealthy contractor of Louisville met death by falling down the stairs In his residence They had just been varnished and wero not dry A fracture of the skull was produced Harry Mcllen was probably fatally in jured at Colon Mich by being thrown under a horse and kicked Ho collided with another buggy when both horses were going at a high rato of speed Tho other driver was also Injured James Heavenridge a farmer residing near Ureencastle Ind was returning from that city with a heavy hog pen on his wagon and his team ran away Mr Heavenridge was thrown down and run over His recovery is despaired of In Knott county Ky Miss Rebecca Jones and her sister Martha daughters of Â¬ FROM STURGIS Comes Some Welcome News oi tbe Shscklett m Family tuiui Ky August 10 1897 Dbak News Your familiar face is a weekly visitor in our homo and is always very welcome even the little ones pause in the play to hear what the folks at Har dlnsburg are doing We imagine that those friends would enjoy hearing from us too so beg leave to use your columns for that puipose because we know you go to many homes in both Meade and Breckenridge and will carry our roes sago to all Thouiaml of Soldiers Are Returned to Spain on livery Stramnhlp Philadelphia Aug 21 Some facts regarding tho present condition of affairs in Cuba aro related by Captain Leighton mastor of the British steamship Buckingham which is moored at Port Richmond The distress in Cuba among the Spanish troops aud the loyal Cubans is simply appalling said Captain Leigh ton All of tho patriots without ex- Â¬ ception appear to havo an abundance of ovcrything to cat but thoy will not sell nor give it to tho starving soldiers or tho loyal Cubans who huddle together iu tho towns Every mailship that leaves Cuba for Spain takes back from 1000 to 1500 of tho poor sick soldiers who aro too weak and emaciated to lift a gun It was an almost daily occurrence to see captnrod patriots shot down by Spanish soldiers on tho beach It is the Cuban policy to starve tho Spanish soldiery and they seotn in a fair way to accomplish their object Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dlo Joseph Brothers of Flncastle Ind was drilling a well on his farm using a heavy steam drill in the operation He had de Â¬ scended into tho well when tho wrong rope was pulled by those above him and the drill fell striking him on the head and killing him almost instantly Mixed train No 81 of the Illinois Central broke In two nt the water tank at Arlington Ky When tho sections collided at the foot of tho long hill the fireman and an unknown tramp wero knocked The flrumau was under the wheels killed instantly and the tramp lived only a few hours Â¬ Â¬ OUTRAGE Cuban lloipltal Attacked and Twenty Nine Tatleutt Killed ANOTHER SPANISH An electric light nt Sandusky O set fire to tho bazaar owned by Lehman Scherrer and 23000 worth of dry goods and notions were destroyed by tiro and water The loss Is covered by insurance The main building of the J P Thomna Sons comiiany fertilizer manufacturers on Mantua Creek near Pauls jto N J wero burned Sunday The loxs Is estimated at t250000 upon which thcro Is about 100000 insurance The buildings covered threo ucrcs and contained expen sive machinery A tank of alcohol exploded in the base Â¬ Â¬ rirr Â¬ Possessions rt In speakiug of tho boundary lino betwecn Alaska and the British possessions Gcnoral Duffield of tho coast and geodetic sur I do not believo that whon vey said the matter of the boundary line betweeu the two countries ia settled there will bo nuy appreciable changes from what Thcro is dowu on the map at present cortaiuly will not be as far as regards the Klondlko region which is beyond all manner of disputo iu the British Northwest Territory Dawson City ia a hundred miles or more cast of the 141st meridian which is the boundary line Mount St lias Is near the inWwoo tkm of the 10 marine Umgne line with the 141st meridian To be exact the summit is 140 degrees and 60 mlnstes or 6 Minutes on the Canadian side which in that latitude represent two and one half miles But on tbe south ern side it la only Si 1 S milos from the coast which brings it iaaide tbe IQ leaem Jinao So utUa limit and cam 23 Â¬ Â¬ Wahhinoton Aug Key West Fla Aug 21 Word roaches hero from Havana that Com muudaut Bailcn Moscoso with 160 guerrillas attackod a Cuban hospital killing 29 including six wounded four women aud fivo children Tho hospital is near Cumana Yagua in the Cicufue gos district The Otumba battalion of Armenteros Havana province had an engagement lasting soveral hours with forces of Auguercn Tho Spanish loss was heavy and they had to retreat An American Set at Liberty Wasiiinoton Aug 21 Under date of Aug 12 Captain General Weyler in forms Consul Geucral Lee at Havana that tho Bo callcd patriot Captain Georgo Newton an American citizen who recently surrendered to a column of First battalion of Cuba Spanish troops uear Baracoa had been set at liberty lleport Made to Madrid Mauuio Aug 21 A dispatch from Havana says that tho Spanish forces after four days fighting during which thoy lost 00 men killed or wounded have driven tho patriots from their mountain strongholds in tho province of Havana Nine IluiltieM Ilillldlngt Horned Indianapolis Aug 21 Stewarts villo Posoy county lost its entire bus foiled riflUuiUr iness section yesterday by fire Nina New Yohk Aug 31 A rumor has business houses lost buildings aud reached this city that a filibustering stocks The total loss is 30000 with f steamship had received a cargo of arms 110000 insurance The heaviest loser and ammunition off Long Branch yes- was Henry Domborger dry goods Tho terday and had sailed down the coast public hall aud Odd Fellows building bound presumably for Cuba wero partially destroyed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Richmond Ind badly wrecking the interior of the place end causing a serious fire The store was damaged to the extent of 1600 Dr Teugue was seriously burned about tho logs hands nnd face A ment of Dr I Teagues drugstore at Â¬ Â¬ J Going to Build or Repair Write Louisville Ky For Prices on Lumber Doors Sash and They Blinds Shingles Steel Roofing will save you money J P Will CO fall down a flight of stairs She was attending to her household duties when the acciuout ocourred Tho chances for rocovery nre of oourso very small The young ladys father is J T Davidson n minister of the M E church South Minister Acquitted Elnoha lud Aug 20 Roy Wal stein tho Christian minister who a fow weeks ago at Concord church tried to break up a gang of toughs who had been disturbing tho meeting and accident ally shot a girl as it lay asleop iu its mother s arms had his trial yes terday afternoon aud was acquitted The case was tried in Squire Hess court The trial lasted lebs than seven hours Unknown Tramp Lynched Chicaqo Aug 20 Au unknown tramp was lynchod by a crowd of in Â¬ furiated farmers yesterday afternoon near Mauhcim a small villago west of hero Tho tramp assaulted a woman and beat her in a torriblo manner He then flod but farmers attracted by tho womans cries woro soon in pursuit and captured tho tramp aftor a short chase Ho was immediately strung up to tho nearost treej Craijr From the Ould Exoltement Koicouo Ind Aug 21 Andrew J Holmick a briokmosou of this eity has been pronounced insane and will be scut to au asylum lie Lad been read Â¬ ing much of the Klondike gold excite Â¬ ment aud this is supposed o have un Â¬ balanced his mind His Kalkolnatiou is that he is immensely wealthy and that his neighbors we trying to kill him for his moHey Oswego Sweeney of Erie freitfht wm seen pare Hta Mead eeirered Hie With a llrokeu Neck Mo Aug 21 Miss Bottio Davidson is living at her homo fivo miles north of hero with a broken nock Tho injury was received by a Golden City We have often thought of sending thanks to those who were ro kind to us during our sllllctionsand of telling them about our present good fortune Now you know the old adage Procrastination etc is quite true but hope none will think us any less grateful Mr Shack lett has almost entirely recovered from the effects of his fever last summer His limbs are weak and his memory a little treacherous otherwise his sickness ben- Â¬ efited him His whole system seims to be tenewed aud he goes at his work more earnestly than ever He has been actively engaged in the school room since November He goes next week to Web- Â¬ ster county to hold Institute Our sliool began last year with 18 on roll and ended with 115 One of the pupils Mr Thomason of McClean county who was in attendance at Hardinaburg was the only ono to apply for a State certifi- Â¬ cate This year with our proppects a mag- Â¬ nificent building a rich country an in- Â¬ telligent people a 4 to 1 prohibition town jubilant farmers and all wanting a good school wo hope to ewuII tho num- Â¬ ber and establish as good a school as can bo found in West Kentucky Miss Maude Sinythe has a position in a graded school of this town Miss Mattio Taylor has a school about three miles from town Mrs Smythe is going to keep boarding houso for young ladies and I will attend to the juvenile depart- Â¬ ment of our company so you fvf are all busy and Of course contented t xpect ipg to make some of the 10 to 1 wo hear so much of If we do you mayixpect a visit from some if not all next sum Â¬ mer Mr Lamb will continue in the rehool He and family are well pleased indeed As I said above this is a fine country but there Beems to be a lack of devt lop meut There 1b n farm for sale just across the creek that I wish you would send some of our farm era from that section to purchase and teach these a thing or two This county now supports three times as many ppo ple i Breckenridge but could easily eupport a many more if all its resourres were brought to bear Our town is add Â¬ ing much to itself in the way of street grading and buildings two elegant res- Â¬ idences new work in louring mill and a large Btoro house Every mine is working night and day then can not fill all orders Strikes are expected hourly Miners here do not want to quit work they seem to be quiet and industrious and we hope nothing will reach them to cause discontent Now dear Naws we wish you to ro tiln all your present nnd gaiu many new subscribers before the end of the year and always continue to visit our home With these few remarks we make our v 4 bow TlIK BlIACKLETT FAMfY To give you an opportunity of testing the great merit of Elys Cream Balm the most leliablo cure for catarrh and cold in the head a generous 10c trial ste can be had at your druggist or we mail it for 10 conls Full size CO cents ELY BIMM 60 Warren St N Y City It is the medicino nboyo all others for o itarrli and worth its weight In gold I can use Elys Cream Balm with Bafety and it does nlj that W claimed for it B V Sperry Hartford Conn - Improved Koada For MlululppL Mississippi now has a road law which if properly carried Into effect nud if kept iu effect for a material length of time will probably give the state a system of publio roads superior to aay that it has over had pud perhaps superior to that of a majority of the soetheru states Mobile Regiaiw Dr K Y this anl m kei He Tula wa bsVrieli red blood boue aud eteo lutwiwi two freight flaak Tttta builda you np and ratkra twefcif setar tbMriwM Tula cure ejsUla a titoy yot hqr stela Ar SI John dtjii4lott tor reeelviwe a4 MalMila4ing city tried teVeurd an wbtyr your appetite war W here wdv stoat tibort pkaMst liver jpSN appetite It prejwirM BirsTvtorfiWIcla yr Itffl a you aa riowaeh and 4 Uayaaa 7 tgfaMMMppey1 iiWMjoyiMfmiWwy i WiV nt - - - -- r i7iK ifiWiWffflfWWfffBffTIB JT wiWBHRTlQHBrHBWiwB apjj --- - -- - THR M HRBlOKKLNHLlDQfe NElWS OLOYBRPORT KY Shorts New Building ft Shorts New Building R Announcement Extraordinary HHTJT7 17 Jf TT5 1 iliL be HARDINSBURG Will Have Their And would Gloverport Breckenridge Ine D r itlrv Price Store One OPENING Saturday Evei S3o wel in tli BRANDENBURG O0-ur1t37-- Aug 28 97 Cloverport - Pleased to have the People come and see the Handsomest Store and inspect the Best Stock of Goods - Ky 8OUYRNIR8 FOR THE LADIE8 the now church at Oakland The colored people who held their District Conference bore last week raised 50 to nid their preachers and L H W TIME TABLE for other church purposes OOIXO HIT Lewis Ditto has gono into the Circuit Passenger Dally arr llardlmburg 727 am Clerks office to assist R S Skillman Mr Ditto is a young man well thought of by the lawyers and court officials OOIXO fin V G Babbage will address tho Passenger Dally arr IHrdlnsbnrgll55 pm at Jolly next Sunday even- Â¬ ing at 3 oclock A full attendance of those interested in the work is desired Fresh pure drugs at Witts Dont miss the excursion on the Take your country produce to Witts branch Thursday Aug 20 to Louisville J A Witt went to Big Spring last Buffalo Bills great show will bo there This will be the last one run this season Sunday Ben Hook sold his buggy last week to Attention ladies Nese Heinzs pickling vinegar Your pickles preserv- Â¬ James Withers ed and ready for table use without use Mrs D McGill has been critically ill ing brino For sale by J H Hook the for several days baker Miss Lula Vessels has returned from a Revs Galloway and G E Morris visit to Vine Grove have just closed a two weeks revival at Fatent medicines of all kinds and at the now Methodist church at Cave Spring They report about forty con- Â¬ bottom prices at Witts versions Lannie Smith and wife visited at Lost A small gold watch and chain Long Lick last Sunday at Hazeldel picnic last Saturday En- Â¬ Frank Haswell Cloverport spent Sun- Â¬ graved on the inside of said watch is tho day with his family heie letters It A D Any person finding it Clanny Delia von and wife spent last will please return same to mo and be liberally rewarded Lula DeJernett week visiting at Floral Ky Hardinsburg Mrs Mollie Kimball has returned to Rev J S Keen of Highway Ky her home in Kansas City Mo preached at the M E church here last B F Beard was in Louisville lost week Wednesday night Rev Keen had been inspecting the tobacco market attending the Holiness meeting in Charley Cash man Union Star was Daviess county and at tho request of some friends stopped over here ono here last Saturday and Sunday night flis sermon was quite a strong MiEses Lizzie and Katie Eskrldge have one and based most altogether on tho returned from a visit to Hartford second blessing or sanctification theory Two members of Thomas Tabers Program Baptist nisslonary Meeting family are sick with typhoid fever 1 What may we do to develop a Jesse Henderson of Irvlngton was better missionary spirit among our visiting Amon Juncneioe inn week J N Lynch churches Johnnie Klncheloe went to Union 2 Ih the refusal to support the gos Star last week to begin his school there pal sufficient ground for disciplining a II Mrs Matthews and two children of church member for covetousness B White Owensboro are visiting Mrs V Daniel 3 How far is tho pastor responsible Miss Maggie and Nellie Goodman for a lack of liberality on the part of attended the Elizibethtown fair last church members W B Rutledge week 4 The children of the Sunday School Thomas Mac a oldest son who has as a missionary force I N Washburn 5 Do Christians receive the baptism of been ill wild typuoiU lever tiled last the Holy Spirit at the present day W Friday V Barrel Mrs Adkisson of Webster was here G How far may the Spiritual death last week visiting Itjbert Smiths of a community bo attributed to the lack family of family worship J D Duncan 7 Duties of pastors to churches and Miss Cecil Rowley of Stephensport was here last week visiting Miss Adel churches to pastors J W Vallanding ham Smith 8 Obligation of Sunday School teach- Â¬ A X Kincheloo has just returned ers J T Lewis How to conduct a protracted meeting from Louisville with a big stock of fall II Veach goods The Hardinsburg base ball club beat the Blue Bells in a game last week of ol Ky News 25 1897 JOLLY STATION Miss Annio Ball is visiting Mrs Znck DeJernette There is protracted meeting going on at Goshen church Ihey say that Hardy Pate is going to have a party all by himself Miss May Ball and brother Willie are visiting relatives at Tar Fork Miss Mattie McGary was visiting her friend Sudie Wilson n few days last week We were glad to have the nlco rain on Saturday night but would bs glad to have some more Joe Ball and family were visiting the family of Billy Ball at this place Satur- Â¬ day and Sunday The Misses Yeager who were visiting Mrs Nelson Jolly have returned to their home in Cloverport To the young ladles who have accused us of stealing cake please dont do it again We ore afraid of tho sugar that is in it There was a large crowd of young folks at the birthday party given in honor of Tommy and Ernest Uush on the 14th of this month Dont miss the excursion on the branch Thursday Aug 20 to Louisville Buffalo Bills great show will be there This will be thtWaat one run this season Tice Jolly shipped GOO bushels of wheat this week to the elevator in Louis- Â¬ The prospects are now that ville chicken feed will be very scarce in Tices granary this year There was a large crowd at Clover Creek last Saturday There was lots of good dinner and all were much interest- Â¬ ed in Bro Comptons talk about foreign We missions and Georgetown college wish we might hear him again In memory of Mrs Mary Cooney who departed this life July 30 1807 7 0 BalUge Editors and Fropiletn J WEDNESDAY AUGUST SIX PAGES Announcements W acceDtance of the nomination tendered him by the Republicans ol the Tenth Senatorial District composed of the counties of 1 lection llreckeiirldge Hancock and Meade November i97 for State Senator State Sen at ate from the Tenth Senatorial District composed of the counties of Hreckenririge Hancock and Meade Election November 1897 authorized to announce IirG arethe Iopulltt candidate forIIthe VV CJ Smith Smith and Ashcraft are haying a red hot time of it while Bob Jolly sits back and Btniles and smokes dull care away Tiiehk is no such fool as the dema- Â¬ gogue who always consults the passions the prejudices the appetites of the peo- Â¬ ple unless it be the ultra conservative who has no conlidence in the peoples essential virtue and good sense N Y Times Another lunatic went out from Har Â¬ dinsburg to the Lakeland Asylum last we have it from Sheriff Pate week that his frequent trips to that institution of late has made him familiar with every- Â¬ thing and most everybody around there Breckenridge county appears to be fur Â¬ nishing more than her share of patron- Â¬ age to that institution Mr Horace G Smith of Hancock county announces as a candidate for the State Senate on the 1opuliBt ticket Mr Smith is the most independent man that ever offered for an office He cays if the people dont like his views on any ques- Â¬ tion religion politics or what not they dont have to vote for him He says ho dont want the office and is not seeking it nnd had as soon be defeated as elected It is highly probable that Mr Smith will be allowed to catch one end of the dilemma at least and that 1b to remain at home Â¬ Mr It M Jolly has accepted the Re- Â¬ publican nomination for tho State Senate in this district and is now in the race to stay Mr Jolly thinks he lias a walk- Â¬ over but hell find he is sadly mistaken Tin true that he is solid with his party and that they will support him to a man but the trouble is there is not enough of them When he runs up againBt seven or eight hundred majority In Meade county it is not an easy thing to over- Â¬ come He is deluded with the idea that Mr Ashcraft will not carry the strength of his party In this he is mistaken Meade Democrats are not made of that kind of stuff They stand by their nom- Â¬ inee They have always dono so and theyll do eo again Mr Jolly is a strong man with his party is popular and will make a good race but there is too much odds against him Poor Blood starved blood It shows itself In pale cheeks white lips weak Is digestion no appetite exhaus- Â¬ tion lack of nerve force soft muscles and chief of all weak muscles Your doctor calls it Anaemia He will tell you that the weakening weather of sum- Â¬ mer often brings it on Scotts Emulsion of Cod liver Oil with Hypo phosphitM will make poor blood rich It k a food for over taxed and wJc digestion so prepared that k can easily be taken in tumour Htn Cod Jivr Oil or pcl van oftteuwy food yesterday There are a few cases of typhoid fever around in the country but there are no cases in town Mrs J II Gardnor and her two daughters went to Louisville last week to visit friends Judge Board and wlfo and Mrs G W Beard attended Quarterly meeting at Mt Aon last Sunday Master Allio DeJernett has purchased a bicycle He is a young rider but lie keeps up with the crowd Mrs It B Pierces boys were here from Cloverport last Saturday visiting Wlllard aud James Logan Dolph Board is in tho country this wdek and is giving Huston De Havens residence anew coat of paint I will take all of your country proÂ¬ duct and sell you goods as cheap as any one J B Whltwortb Garflold Robert E Woods Louisville was here last Saturday He was at the Court- Â¬ house looking up some legal matters Alex W Jones of the Wlllard Hotel Louisville was here last week and spent several days with relatives and friends The first Quarterly meeting of the next Conference ear will be held at Ephrsus instead of Hardinsburg as heretofore Miss Mittle Breeding and her visitor Miss Batle Herndon of Meade county were the guests of Mrs V G Babbage last week Misses Myra Hanks and Emma Most Â¬ ly Stephensport were here last week za to 11 Miss Mary McMeador who has been visiting Miss Ellen Stith returned home y tbt Per at eke mm ft brwU etas attending the examination and topping with Mrs J A Witt Chariest Mlllesrfir Tim MUUu- on I Ttujltiarf Alhk ius lUtMimlltAn Vm1 sinmm f- iwiiu wo ilA vuauuiltn appointed to look after he bsIUUng ol - Andyvillo picnic Mrs S 0 Malin has returned from a visit to Vine Grove Will Woolfolk is recovering from a spell of typhoid fever Miss Annie Bondurant is having a fine visit to Morganfield Ky Mrs Payne has returned to Louisville from a visit to Mrs Emmet Coleman Mrs Chas Musgrove from Big Bend visited her brother Mr Thos Hamilton last week Mr N E Reese arrived last week to join his wife at her parents Mr and Mrs J K Ditto Little Dollio and Louisana Guedry of Ekron visited Mrs Taylor Haynes fam- Â¬ ily Saturday Mr D W Falrleigh and sons Frank and Houston came down last Saturday for a little trip Mrs T T Folrhjfgh and daughter Miss Nell of Louisville are at Camp Herndon Sulphur Well Mrs Beard will leave Thursday to at Â¬ tend the Corydon Fair and also to visit reatives in Indiana The Misses Jameson will arrive this week from Daviess county to visit Mrs Fannie Dittos family J T Ditto came up from Cloverport last week to spend the rest of his vaca- Â¬ tion with his brothers Willie Bland is getting along well after being confined to tho house for some- Â¬ time of typhoid fever Miss Merritt who has spent the heated term with Mrs R II Nevitt left last week for Memphis Tenn L L Lewis has gone on a prospecting tour through Indiana Illinois and Mis- Â¬ souri for his firm fruit dealers Grandmother Is gone but not forgotten Henry Malin is climbing towards re- Â¬ Never shall thy memory lade covery Dr Pusy has dismissed the Sweetest thoughts shall always linger Arcunri the grave where she Is laid case after weeks of closo attention A grandaughter Effie Cooney Mrs A 0 Lewis returned to Louis- Â¬ ville last Friday after a pleasant stay CLIFTON MILLS with Mr and Mrs J W Lewis family Mrs R II Brashear left Monday for Louisville to be gone a week or two and Joe Fitch has been trying to get on then to return to her homo in Owens- Â¬ the sick list boro Bring your epgs and chickens to the Tho Farmers Deposit Bank of Meade Clifton Mills store county is 0 K Mr Woodson is the Since tho recent rains in this locality right man All business prompt and the ciops are looking better punctual Cliff Haddock treats everybody alike Mrs Sallie Glover nee Miss Ashcraft from Texas is expected this week to see that buys goods from him her nieces Miss Hallie Dowdy and Mrs We are receiving new goods every FannieDitto week at tho Clifton Mills store Dont miss the excursion on the Mr Williams the new miller is giv- Â¬ branch Thursday Aug 20 to Louisville ing perfect satisfaction to his customers Buffalo Bills great buow will bo there William H Bell began the public This will be the last ono run this season school hero last week with a fine Prof Lipscomb and his niece from attendance Every mother Mississippi were here last week to visit The voters at this placo are anxious Fonfeels an indes- Â¬ his wifos relatives Mr Massona More Â¬ that tho county candidates should make taines family and Miss Mattie Lee an appointment for speaking here dur- Â¬ cribable dread men 7NisssssrCa ing the fall campaign of the pain and Miss AgneB Worland has gone to danger attend- Â¬ Irvlngton to spend Eometlme with rela- Â¬ A good crowd wont over to the picnic Saturday ant upon the tives and friends We will all miss her at Hazeldell lastMills and weWe want a are going picnic at Clifton most critical pe- Â¬ for sho is bright and sunny wherever you to have it in the near future meet her riod of her life Mr Editor thrco or four of our young Tom eon of 0 to Becoming a FalrleighFalrleigh excellent Judge 0 in men wantgold go to the Klondyke on the has an position How would hunt of mother should be Jackson Tennessee with a railroad com- Â¬ them to go Around by the you advise north pole a source of joy pany Tom is a fine business fellow and or through the cape of Good Ilcpo they a most worthy young man to all but the have no money but plenty of cheek Mrs Blanche Fontaine attended the siifferinrr rt n i wedding of her niece Z uunsT riEitM sicpTKMmnn o HITES RUN danger of the ordeal make len to Mr Youstler ofMies Blanche Al- Â¬ Indiana Blanche its anticipation one of misery is well and kindly known here in social COURSE OF STUDY gHiScf83 To the couple we extend con- Â¬ circles SaSBKHft We had a nice rain Sunday gratulations Bernard Carter is on the sick list kn0 jo eonde1fin to the lrcsMent lout the courses are Invited to write lnr i Ernest Babbage the handsome local wants - ewJ sfri editor of the DnECKENMDan News is of They say Charlie Mattlngly is talking w advancement 3 r month In other 8 is the remedy which relieves courJseONn Paralr buying him a Meador spending this with Mr Wm M women of the great pain and suf- Â¬ Dittos family week DOAUD From 1150 to iuao per week I enjoyed a chat and A Did you know is Will For further particulars address fering incident to maternity this call from my young friend who is in a the agent for the that Store Johnson Key jfcZ J H D LOGAN PHEST HARD1NSBUBO KY hour which is dreaded as womans land of pretty girls Felix Carter has moved into his new severest trial is not only made Henry Nevltt and Dick Dowden will residence which has just beeu com- painless but all the danger is re- Â¬ try it again next Saturday Besides the pieieu moved by its use Those who use footrace there will be a bicycle contest Miss Nellie Furrow and Emmett Bates Fount Theres a great this remedy are no lonccr de at Glen felHn the foot race Both deal of were the guests of Miss Mary Johnson young Notioe interest Katie spondent or gloomy nervousness men are popular and each has warm last Saturday and Sunday Notice Is hereby given that at thejure tenn 1897 Notice It hereby riven that Voting Precincts f t M1 MrA L 0 Johnson is cutting cross ties of the llrccaenrid County Court the Town of Nos land 3 In the Klrit Msfcliterial District f uuuotu aim uuicr uisircssing con- Â¬ backers Irvlngtoa In If anyone wauUajob order or said this Ureckentidge County was by an m s UreckenrUge County are changed as follows ditions are avoided the system is MUs Eliza Johnson spent several days off of his farm Court Incorporated and a voting pre clnct established In said own as follows vis made rcadv for the enmlnrr event last week with Mr and Mrs A S John- Â¬ there is the place to get it Hcglnnlag at he Court houle fa the town of Beginning at Harrison Kennedys near the llardlnsburg and running thence down the Torn son Mies Ells will graduate In Sep- Â¬ and the serious accidents so com tember as a professional nurso from NorÂ¬ Mr and Mrs John Furrow of this Meade County line thence to A Ion 10 Dowells rise roed to a point where the Owensboro road llalievs Nelson mon to the critical hour are ton Infirmary She is devoted to her place were the guests of Mr and Mrs Joe thence to O O to S T thence to thence Clay Jeeves saidtoTurn Pike road and with ae4WW Owens tombs thence a point where the IltUe Her il to Mrs bora road Jordans obviated by the use of Mothers chosen profession which ensures success Baeham last Sunday td Cennettii thence to lienry Pavlsi lveho aaldTPwenslMro roed ad M t4e read aeU thence to T K Little Itartfoid road to the Maejltterbtl Misses Ella thence to is a Messing to woman In any line of work She is visiting in Hardinsburg Emma and Willie A hi of thence to James nsndyilthence to lames McCoys line and all rerscne entitled to vete she fajattlirt Frtaid nruceV J M Lewis eeeUe are the gueaU of their B- - nd sm Owensboro for a few days Cardens thence to North and West of the aforW dfcUkw haw unci and aunt Mr and Mrs James ftrhBf 1 B Hendersons not to Include thence 10 K I shsH hereafter vote at frecsMt No 1 eM act aUOOPBRBOTTXX at all Drug Stores Oreenwoods thence to N and S Ouganst thence elsewhere Johnson r at by express oa receipt of price KetiM to t eorge Lyddans thence to a point In Meade WKAHfpCC and County line HIKS Oetttelaltvc laralaable iaformtlea of FOR SAIX One stoee house and dwelling at Pare rich blood feeds tits twves lefs llreckenrldBe Meaoe Countynear Albert Sfclnd thi nee with line to Ike leeln V iif tetimt to all woaws will be Mat Jollys Station An excellent point for any one To Cisr OsMustleMttsMi Veweveev conuln all the abese named bUcm net e Tltat Is why HooUi SftnajMurllU Ntt t My eddree I upea Malte by I the ning to and ell la said txwaeery ceptcd Ifce M1IHIU BMVUm SfMt blood purifier curaa MrvooMesw lUetsU II tt C t Jt Vo ewe tiruff iU rt Nt4 fcsttef WAHXJT 1100 T Ditto left Sunday for Cincinnati A big delegation went from hero to tho crmrmt d SCHOOL j SHOES For Girls c and Boys AT VESTS Baby Mine lJri saimmmmmmmn tmmmmn mm - BRECKENRIDGE fc 2 mjjteiiiiQ NORMAL COLLEGE E MOTHERS FRIEND f gy opens 3 gZ J y -- a O f THyf f1 V TVimi rT t 1897 Breckenridge News 25 WEDNESDAY AUGUST THR BRROKRNRIDGR NMS GLOVELRFblRP KY VVW THE TEST WS jMOTHERS nnnuTV mm lAHDY CATHARTIC o 4swsv mvmymi Gcnerol Roy Stouo dircotor of road iuqtiity department of ngricultnro In circular No 26 quotes from Tho En Â¬ gineering Nows regarding tlip laying of strips of brick paving iu macadam midways Tho Nows suye It appears to us that this combina- Â¬ tion of brick and macadam is tho most promising plan for the improvement of suburban streets and country roads of heavy trafllo that has appeared in n long timo and deserves consideration by overy engineer who has to do with mac ndani roads There aro thousands of miles of city streets where tho abutting owners can ill afford tho assessments for tho cheapest of block or asphalt pavements and on tho other hand tho trafllo is such that tho maintenance of present macadam streets is n heavy bur Â¬ den Cannot tho needs of such cases bo met by placing a brick roadway in tho middlo of tho street and covering nil tho rest of tho width between tho curbs willi broken stouo Tho News also makes an additional suggestion in tho direction of economy which may well lead to further experi Â¬ ment in this method of constiuction It says i robcofrgb tot jL CRUCIAL SPECIAL LOW SATIS No Kentncklnn Whatover Ills Color Is Able to Withstand It X DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CtKKK COUUT OF AfrKALSt SAM SHACKELFORD KOIt CIHCUIT JUDGE JUDGE T It MoBEATH FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNBVi WEED S CIIELP FOR STATE SENATOR ELIJAH ASHCRAFT FUSION TICKET FOR ItEPIlESKNTATIVK J H LENNIN FOR COUNTV IUDOK W E MINOR FOR COUNTV CLERK A M HARDIN T A McOILL Deputy FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY GUS BROWN FOR CIRCUIT CLKRKj R S SKILLMAN FOR SIIEHIFj RICHARD OWEN J FOR FOR JAILER D BEELER E MORRIS SCHOOLS FOR ASSESSOR REV GEO SUIT K HARMAN FOR SURVEYOR H 0 JOLLY FOR CORONER LEE BISHOP But in localities wliero there is a long freight haul on paving brick tho expense of even a 7 foot strip of brick in a road might be prohibitory In such localities tho schemo is worth consider- Â¬ ing it appears to us of laying two par- Â¬ allel narrow strips of paving brick through the middlo of n macadam road as illustrated in the accompanying cross section Theso strips might bo 10 to 20 inches in width and of such gauge that vehicles of all classes could follow them us they would a lino of ralli Tho decreased traction on such a surfaco would bo practically as great as if steel rails wcro laid in tho macadam as lias been proposed and if properly laid tiioy would wear n very long timo under any trafllo whero a macadam road is justi Â¬ fiable at all Thcro aro thousands of places where a short picco of roadway is subjected to a very heavy traffic Such loads occur around factories mills mines quarries railway stations and many other places Iu many of theso places an ordinary Â¬ p BEPUIiLICAN TICKET FOR REPRESENTATIVE CROSS SECTION OF IiniCIC TltACKWATS PKltDIUINKD AND STONE CUItCED UN Â¬ JOHN P HASWELL JR FOR COUNTY JUDGE r - as they could haul over a hard surfaco Iu many other cases stono roads havo been laid and aro effecting a groat sav Â¬ FOR COUNTY CLERK ing over tho old dirt roads id cost of OWEN CUNNINGHAM haulage but aro expensive to kcop in FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY repair under tho heavy loads that pass R N MILLER over them For such places as theso tho FOR CIRCUIT CLERK plan of using paving brick to tako the heavy wear appears to bo especially adSHERMAN BALL vantageous and deserving of extended FOR SHERirF adoption V B BURTON Tho details of construction such us FOR JAILER tho foundation under tho bricks the GUS SHELLMAN construction of tho macadam at their FOR ASSESSOR sides and between them tho filling be Â¬ JOHN H COMER tween tho bricks eta would vary with FOR SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS local circumstances and with tho teach Â¬ ings of experience but they nerd not bo ANDREW DRISKELL considered in a study of tho merits of FOR SURVEYOR tho schemo generally CHINTZ ROYALTY It may bo pointed out also in this FOR CORONER connection that such a strip of brick JOHN SPENCER pavement as is hero proposed would inako uu admirablo road for cycling TTmt as a Hint and tho inflaouco of that importuut i body of agitators for road improvement to- Â¬ she said thoughtfully John morrow ia tho birthday of that little might woll bo exerted in favor of this proposition Jones boy noxt door Tho drawbacks to tho narrow strip What of it he demanded method of construction aro tho danger sho replied Oh nothing much only I happened to recall that Mr of tho tilting of tho outside bricks iu Jones gave our Willio n drum on his driving on and off or crossing tho lino with heavy loads and tho danger of birthday Well do you think I fcol under any disruption or displacement by frost To meet tho first of theso difficulties ho asked obligations to him for that irritably If you do you aro mistak Â¬ a curbing of rough stone might bo laid en If I owe him anything its a If stono is not available bricks conld bo set on end for curbing or a special grudge form of brick might bo designed for tho sho answered sweetly Of course Thats why I thought that perhaps purpose of which tho surfaco would you might want to give tho Jones boy a form part of tho trackway Iu cases whero damago by frost is to big brass trumpet Tho most rcsourcoful woman in tho bo apprehended on account of tho charworld I ho exclaimed delightedly and acter of the soil tho construction might tho Jones boy got tho trumpot Chi bo combined with that of tho Illinois farm roads used by Judgo Caton Tho cago Post combination would bo as shown iu the A Valuable Prescription accompanying cut The ditch abovo tho draintilo could Editor Morrison of Worthington lad You have a valuable be filled with any coarso materials Sun writes spalls too soft or stono or prescription in Electric Bitters and lean field too largoquarry for roads or with tho gravel cheerfully recommend it for Constipa burned clay in lumps which is used for tion and Sick Headache and as a general ballast on somo of tbo prairlo railroads Mrs An Â¬ system tonic It has no equal this filling to be rammed or rolled nie Stehle 2025 Cottage Grove Ave down and covered with a little gravel f Chicago was all run down could not eat and enough sand for bedding tho bricks nor digest food had a backache which A light coating of gravel would eorvo never left her and felt tired and Jweary for tho spaco between tho trucks and of them but six bottles of Electric Hitters restored outsido so built and protected should A road her health and renowed her strength laBt for many years with no repair ex- Â¬ Price 50 cents and 1 Get a bottle at cept to replaco tho gravel worn out by A It Fishers Drug Store tho horses feet dirt road is in uso and teams are haul ing over it loads not ono fourth as largo WM AHL Â¬ No American writer has ruadon closer j study of tho various negro dialeots of notaslnglerepottofafallureof tho south than Oplo Bead but an ex TO amination of hs darky characters shows that their langungo is widoly nt varl Nntlonnl Iliirninpiiicnt Ron of Vet Dudm to cure this bad habit Winter nnco with that employed by writers of rritn CURE CONSTIPATION d smiths Duchu not only stops present negro dialect in tho past Unolo Toms butchccxscertatnfuturemtoryandpaln QolngSoptombor 8 and 0 Inclusive years success guarsntees Its value Alt Cabin was rcsponslhlo for many errors 31 ruggUU and merchants sell It Arthur Koturn limit September 15 ALL of darky pronunciation For instanco i Peter ft Co LoulsTllle Ky Genl Agents DRUGGISTS 25 50 Columbus Iteiinioii of Army af tho word massa used by Mrs Stowo West Vlrulnln so frequently in her novel nover was Going September 7 and 8 lnclusi re used nuywhoro olso Mr Road has studied tho subject so Iteturn limit September 22 thoroughly that ho prides himself ou his Inlnit Vcternti Iicirioii JVntlonnl ability to tell tho stato from which n Iliicainpnieiil negro comes by certain peculiarities of Going September 21 and 22 inclu- Â¬ SKETCHES BY QUAD Office on 6tli St Cannelton Ind I landed on his jaw was tho reply his speech Over in Detroit nwhilo ngo sive Kelurn limit October 12 ha wns Introduced to n prominent col- Â¬ Aud is ho a licked man In all Its Branches practiced and Dentistry all opentloni performed In the molt skillful Ho is Ho is sighing to go homo to ored citizen After n fow minutes con For further Information as to special A Telegraph IllufT manner at prlcoi to suit the times versation Mr Itcnd suddenly nBkcd Hates and Limits for tho above occasions Ouo day as the telegraph operator at hismothor How long ngo did you lenvo Ken Yes ho looks like it Say Bill the Crown and Bridge Work a specialty Teeth and for occasions and points not men- Â¬ Iiuo Hill sat iu his offlco with nothing extracted Positively Without laln to don man dismounted from his cay uso nirth lias tipped up and you uro a licked tucky tioned herein consult Ticket Agents Tho Dotroit man however for somo Itlost Complete Dental Itoom rip roarer Lots go homo to ran at the door and entered to say B A O S W Ity or address And Bill slowly got up looked around reason preferred to givo out tho impres 11 Southern Thnrs a varmint down at Cedar Iudlann sion that ho was a northern man J IU CIIIISUIIOUGII I Uiovo by tho namo of Joo Bliss and ho as if ho had lost something aud leaned iu Kentucky sir r he Genl Passenger Agent niut tho inau as dares look cross cyod heavily ou his fathers shoulder while uovcr r did livopeculiar Eaid with n tho pair walked down tho dusty high roll to tho r at mo Cincinnati O such ns no southern negro over uses And you want to wiro him to that way nnd novcr looked back Tho novelist deftly turned tho convereffect asked tho operator Good Neat Printing sation into anotlior channel for n mo They Had lUasonS I da Jest wrlto it out and sign tho At the Law Office of Major Singleton was crossing the pnb ment nnd thou confidentially nsked namo of Jim Rcuslmw to it Mako it Is just ns essential to Wont you havo something to drink good and strong fur I want him to un Â¬ lio squaro from tho postodlco to tho V G BAB13AGE Tho negros sternness instantly re courthonso when ho encountered Coloderstand that I am n cyclone on wheel success In business laxed as ho eagerly blurted out Yas nel Tifton who was crossing from tho while ho is only a duffer IN UAMDINSmjIUi as your rating with Tho operator wroto out and sent a courthouse to tho postofficc It wa n sah yas sah Opio laughed Woll ho said you dispatch costing 1 and tho man rodo hot day and both wanted a drink You any of the mcrchan may not havo been from Kentucky Enid the Powerful hot colonel away saying he would call uoxt day nwhilo ngo but you nro from Kentucky tile agencies Write for nn answer Tlioro wns ono nwniting major A Deed Mortgago or any writ Â¬ Yes sah powerful hot was tho now him Joo Bliss had received his dispatch us for prices and Tho Detroit man beat a hasty retreat ten instrument drawn Rent and answered it and tho answer niado reply without oven waiting to reallzo a diviMakes tho throat mighty dry buy or sell n piece of land Jim Rcnshaw i hair stand on end as it samples All work dend ou tho novelists invitation Chi Yes sah mighty dry was read to him Collections made and remit guaranteed Cant say when Ivowauted n drink cago Times Herald Hos a thunderbolt on stilts is he anceB prompt whiio Im only a prairlo pullet shout- - so bad siuco tho wall Self Itellance Copying done on the Call Rmckenririge Nrws Sarao with me niajah Dont reck cd Jiii as ho raged around Now w Fight your own battles my young graph the best type writer then git that yoro clicker to work and on Ivo had so much cotton in my friends for in this wny will you tiso to in the world ssX 0 fiend him sunthin hot Call him n cow mouth in 20 ynrs Whar yo bound the grand conviction that honor is to bo thief and n sheep stealer and warn him for mnjuh piefcrred to life Tho craven hearted Ovali to tho cotchouso sah Yes to git ready fur doath never Their timidity got to go ovnh to tho cotchouso aud causes understand this from exposuro to The operator sent another dollar mes them to shrink iago aud when it was dolivcred to Joo plead a ense and nothing but watah pain and to them tho most sacred of all Whar yo duties is to tako euro of tiieir precious Bliss ho could hardly hold himself ovali thar plain watah When ho had calmed down a little ho bouud for colouol persons If they run bohiud their moth Â¬ Ovali to tho postofflco sail and tboy ers aprons said to tho Cedar Qrovo operator whouevcr thcro is danger or oven linvo watali ovnh thar Whats them things they put artcr dont whenever it is imagined and if they We fully realize your thoughts when the idea of Tho major stood digging his heel inwoids to mako om woigh a pound put their big brothers perpetually bo having dental work done comes hut nevertheless to tho gravol and looking down tho tween themselves and assailants they opicco You probably mean cxolamatiou street aud tho colonel stood scraping will probably not bo too nico ou tho sub the must have attention and the sooner the better his toes and looking up tho street The ject of integrity in futuro years points Wc arc prepared to do your work with a guarantee I reckon thats them Waal put painful silenco lasted for a long min Youth of today n now century will to give satisfaction at exceedingly low prices ute and then was broken by the major ono nrler each word and cull Jim Ben bo yours tomorrow Iu a fow more years We will be at Irvington on Wednesday and Thursday after the sliaw a liar a coward a Chinymau and who suid its light that shall full on our grnves Colonel Tiftou I have reasons sah anything else you kin think of will shluo on your upward and ouwnrd fourth Monday of each month It is to your interest to consult us for not inviting yo to nip with mo this path But if you would be equal to its evening I used to could stand whisky opportunities nnd rcwulds get rid of HARDIN A Now One on IIIII WILDER Brandenburg Ky Wo wcro waiting at tho Air Line by tho quart but now n glass of it flics your timidity now Arm yourselves junction for tho southern express 15 to my head and makes mo forgot my- Â¬ with courngo and strike down tho evils or 20 passengers when wo saw n man self If wo wero drinking together sah and foes that aro ambushed in your I might say something to hurt yo fool- - 6ouls Spnro not yourselves Seo that treason lurks not in tho citadel Then array your resources tho strength of ffc your intellect tho vigor bt your will and the unfaltering loyalty of nn honest purposo ngniust corruptions superstition nnd the debauching of tho public The timo of departure of tho ark and intellect Wbntover may bo tho cost whatever of immediate snerifleo or of people who didnt believe in advertising suffering do your duty confident thnt had to stay out in the rain for forty God will defend tho right Dr Georgo days They undoubtedly changed their O Loiimer Â¬ Say few children escape that most annoy Ins but moat common chldhootl com plaint caused by deranged kidneys and weak urinary organs In js years sales VIA THE B O S W RY IWINTERSMITHS IBUCHU C J BUSH D D S Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I tSS5 Â¬ Â¬ Can Get Â¬ Â¬ i i - Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order Good Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Noah Advertised DE MENDENH ALLS IMPROVED views but their postofflco address has never been learned CHE MD Mffl CUBE Try nn ml In the NEWS for lhU Dull time Ieelinr Are you going to get wet 1 JliiHi Book keeping shout hand telegbaphy rEKMAiissir Owxffy CALL HIM A COW THIEF AND SHEEP STEALER GUARANTEED TO CURE And Malaria In all Forms Tasteless None genuine without the above picture and tho signature of J C Mendenhall Who desires to better his or her ccnditiin in life should tho Cataleptic of tho 3RYANT 400 THIItD STREET IOUIBVlLtiEgiSSSESS STRATTON No KY j r tJWtv ru fox etc Â¬ Â¬ como running along tho country high Â¬ way with his hat in his hand As he drow nearer to us ho waved tho hat and shouted but no one could mako him out uutil ho reached us Ho wus a man of 60 years aud very much oxoited and bo had to wait threo or four minutes beforo ho could say Gentlemen my son Bill has broko loose nnd will ho hero in ton minutes Whats tho matter with your son Bill asked ono of tho passengers CHILLS AND FEVER BO inr -- ings something to bo mighty sorry for all tho rest of my life Mojuh Singleton said tho colonel as a smilo stolo over his faco and ho reached out his hand yo havo giveu mo yor confidence and I will return it For the last yar sah whisky has gono right to my brain nnd it bo hap pened that I havo drunk with n gentle Â¬ man aud then called him n Huh befo tbo tasto was out of ray mouth observed It is n queer coincidence tho major Â¬ 7 e RATES PCH OAY A 2 inilllil im nirii Theinoruntr Incited mm Uu u0M In th city Prlco conts at all Dealers i J PREPARED ONLY BY O MENDENIIA-I-lLEVANSVILLE IND Sold by SHORT HAYNES -- u Where TIo Stood Oat at a diuner party Thomas Italkes tolls us in his diary John Wil- Â¬ son Crokur who was uothiug if not dogmatic flatly contradicted tho old Duke of Wellington about some iuoident iu tho Waterloo campaign The duko Shortly gavo up the point courteously after tho disoussiou full upon poroussioa caps and Crokor again flatly contradict My dear Cro- Â¬ ed tho hero of Waterloo kor suid tho duko I can yield to your superior information on most points and you may perhaps know a great deal more of what passed at Wa Â¬ terloo than mysolf but as a sportsman I will malutaiu my point about the per Â¬ cussion caps Ouo day I f - On Mr James Jones of the drug firm of Jones Son Cowden III in rpeaVlnjt of Dr Kinds New Discovery bujb that last winter his wife was attacked with La Grippe and hercase grew so serious that physicians at Cowden and Pana could do nothing for her It seemed to develop la to Hasty Consumption Having Dr Kings New Discovery In sloie and Bell Â¬ ini lots of It be took a bottle homo and to the surprise of all she Wgan to get WUr from first doso and halt dozen dollar toUlM cured her sound and well Dr KBgs Nw Discovery for Coasmmpt ioii Ooagiu tnd Cold la KUWBUd to trial do tbhi gtod work Try it Dro Store bottU ftt A K Something to Depend FiW fn Hos tho awfulest fighter in all this state was tho roply Hos fit and licked overy thing fur 300 miles around aud fur tho last week Ivo had him tied up iu the barn cause ho was achiu to fight and nobody would fight him He was bustin tho ropes when I left and lioJl chaw this crowd up as n cow cats cabbngo Thar ho comes now On tho crest of a hill half a mile awny wo saw a man who was hoaded our way and tho passengers asked of tho oxoited father What do you think wo had better do in tho case Wide Tlrei Do the Rett Git iusido and lock tho doors Many a comity road today a typical shouted tho old man and mebbo I kin would Lo so im Â¬ coax Bill not to do you any damago If slough of despond proved by tbo uso of wide tires proper Â¬ I had a chunk of raw beef I think I ly arranged that repairing it to first could git him to follow ma baok homo class condition would require proper aglu See him cum Hos achiu fur drainage only by shaping tho surface death and dCHtruckshun Ho isnt foolish or crazy is he and keeping the sido ditches dear leaving tho rolling of wido tires to do Not a bit sir Hos jest a rip roarer of a fighter aud if he lights down ou the rest L A W Bulletin this crowd sunthin awful will happen A MahoEnjr Itoad What you goin to do Tho roadway of tho Una Lafayette Im goin to meet your son Billro hat been torn up and will bo rolaid plied tbo man as ho threw off his coat with blocks of real Brazilian mahogany aud pushed up his sleeves But hell made cats moat of you iu of duo tcxtnro and color two hoots and a holler Goutloineu fur To Hako Quito Sure hoaveus sako git insido while I seo if I Von tajr jou love mo said tho youth cant coax Bill to sparo your lives The only young man there Tho passenger leaped off tho platform To her whose eyes teemed bright with truth WhoM face wu gently air aud went dowu tho road a fow yards to meet Bill who was coinlugou tho jump Ah uy again rod can forget Oar difference In degree and yolliiigovory timo ho lifted his feet That when I loare you with regret from tho earth Ho was a chunky young You will not nckle be I man about 25 years old aud as he canio For absonoo oft brings dire dismay up ho made straight for tho passeugor Ah should thoie word provo chaff Hold ou Bill Dont kill hirul 1 pray you come with me anil aay Dont kill him I shouted tho father as Them In a phonograph I Washington Star ho rushed forward But he was too late Bill had ruined at tho passenger with In making champagne the grapes art his arms going llko flails aud some Â¬ aqaeeied six times each prestsro soak Â¬ thing had shot out and landod on his ing win of different quality juw and laid him on his back He did He Jay so not got up for ten minutes ttpH wU MM lew lid Away Deat Tekaeee dead but To quit tobacco easily and qrevcr be mtf quiet that sotuo thought him after a dash of water iu his face he cello full of life nerve and vlcor take yie wonder worker that make weak wen opud his fw awl Mt up and the fa tron All druggists McorM Ovn guaran liter queried of the pniaanggr teed Booklet aad sample free Addreea UUr what dWyou do to wy Mm Sterllaf Hsued Co Qnloafn or Nw York Powerful queer onol replied thocolo Then each of us had best Jest so sah Good oveniug Majah Singlotou Good oveniug Colouol Tifton And thoy bowed aud separated and oaebweut his way to buy his own drink M Quad aud drink it by himself Tho Other Leg A Georgia drummer had n customer whoso name was Lcgg Tho latter failed iu business and tho drummer who hap Â¬ pened to bo o hand at tbo timo tela graphed his firm Lcgg has broko Tho firm placed tho wrong construc tion on tho tologram aud replied Sorry Seo a physician nnd keep Atlanta Constitution sober Â¬ AVrrou Juifaict tailing Mem orrImpoUnc7iHMplMsnefcSeto oaua1 by Abate or other Kioewen An 4 Indir They autehtu a tut turtlu c ration rettortt Lot Vitality lu old or young and fit a ata for itudr builnesa or muri UgH Inaanlt anil fVitismmtif Inn If lrTnt Uknnia tiins Their a Bhowt immediate improve meat and effect a JUKE nhere all other fail In They Uit upon hating the sennlne AJx Tablets have cured thoutandt and wil I care roa We Rive a poe itive written guarantee to elf act a care CA pTC in Mch caw or refund the money Price W V I wi per package or alx pkgee full treatment for t3L6X Uy mall In plain wrapper iipon receipt of MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY CUBE ME A MAN AJAX jt xi Tyj - AJAX REMEDY CO For Nnlo In Clovorpor Ky Short llaynon UrtiKKlxtai suf by New 1 Aravontrolncr to take a trial Da you lufTer from Meualck Reverts lleutluctiea Nronm neaa or llxhmiatlnnl WUy nutpm It Kit UT BIKVIIIOI IMIA1 iiflnff OWHUMAVH J Mt Kelp that limUBVUCt UlO t hat IICIIUUIIIIM BeailcknttM bv the uo of tht Inhaler the greatefct tlmulant ana preventative known wonderful r I lef In Hay Krr and Asthma ttrilUY CLttll HAJVN INUAIjHH and you will alwava ue it It UrntffUU ftat ft Ma4atfor IIm It 0 cutiuux uuiacu tihumc If Mill Mtathftl DO YOU TRAVEL im i 4frlU IWBy s a Unfortunately I Decreased once knew a maiden both blithe and fair Bhoi dvud now Bho liad beautiful eye and boantlful hair Blio didnt spend nil of her timo nt the glass Blie nocr chewed gum like so many alasl She could serve up a dinner or scour a fork Oould wash up tho dlshos or any inch work And on koine occasions conld sensibly talk FALL IN FOR Laundry Louisville Ky York 1 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 But hos doad- - BUFFALO ONE CENT A MILE VIA Tlicro onco was have Although ho was known to bo witty and wto IIo spent not his tlmu giving othors advice ilo lived a good life working hard overy day And staid at home nights nevor went to the play He cared not a snap for what others might say Out lie died Ilus dead too He combined all tho virtue good men should bravo a man both handsome and First Class Work vTBiLsELrv AND BIG FOUR ROUTE 3 ACCOUNT Prompt Delivery fiissssHo MrS yHissssssssslHnM WrBBBBBBBBESBBB2tf V There may hare boon othors of similar kind Theyre all dead Theyve left life and Its troubles clear cleat behind Theyre living In realms which are claimed to bu fair They twang on a harp a they float through the air Theyve mutlo and sunshine Ice cream every da Are enjoying themselves In most any old way are likely to stay Aad now they are there lsr theyre toad -- Detroit Kewv GA D 1st ANNUAL t ENCAMPMENT AUGUST 23 28 flood r oJ Afgutt ti Tickets on turnlnir leaving Huflale frpra Aligu 1 14 to 31 la luiivt ilha Ulvl gsoftenJ n to HoMcmbcr oonlrpltol tlokst with Jul it Agent ai lluffjlo Auililckt and Inrlujlvt rmitloa call on any ll it anil ful Inf Ior at axtnt of th lllir Four Kuii or SUlreM K0 McCo rficKraTramMiir WtnaihJ Lynch At Oca Im TVt A All Goods Called for and Delivered E G l BABBABE thr H1 WJI sss mimmm m s i VhwIanatlO n L a i twmmimmiimmtmmmmm - uJJ 7 WJWrteTJ 7J i ir llMlriWHWUplli T HiiHiill HMM IIHllll tfjvTT lianSSHfTII tWi t TSfjSwj -- in Ji li nWJil u THR BRROKBNRltCiR NRWS feLOVBRPOHT Â¬ Â¬ JLY TO Breckenridge News WEDENSDAY AUGUST 25 1897 tensely Intnrostlng dlalogno which took plnco between two guest a ot a rocont uptown dinner party It began with soup Yob said one I call any stand ard whoel a good whooL Whats your test for a standard whoo Inquired tho other Well I dout moau a cheap wheel Ohl Your idea la that n whoel in all right if it cost f 100 Ididn t say so What did yon say I said that n standard whcol ought to bo nil right You rldo a Boomerang dont you Yos and its a good wheol Huhl I wouldnt givo it honsoroom Why didnt you trado It for a Dodo A Dodo I wouldnt havp n Dodo Tho Dodo uses tho on tho promises Flimflam tire Its tho best tiro made I wouldnt trado n Flimflam for n stack of Goo Â¬ Thin Happens All the Time This is tlio verbatim report of an In Â¬ goes gog I dont uso a Googoa Ha ha I uso a How A Howgog Thats tho worst tiromado Oh is frightened hostess best Chill Cure in tho market Ship me Tiicn they glared at each othor and one 1 Gross soon ns possible as I am Cleve proceeded with their dinners out land Plain Dealer WM T ItKNNER our truly Short Haynts Dlar- A Remarkable Cure of Chronic Â¬ Thats what I said Well Ill tell yon what yon aro Bloomfield Mo Feb 15th 1817 You aro n word that rhymes with tiro J O Mendenhall Evansville Ind thats what Dear Sir Your Chill and Fever Cure And I toll you what you are You aro a word that rhymes with gas thats has been a splendid seller with me the past twelve months and the sale is what Qentlomon gontlomcn cried tho steadily increasing I consider it the it Urine Ilerond Income Many pooplo aro living among lux urict which aro suited to their tastos and tholr dosircv but aro not tultodto anything else about thorn Their circumstanceswould wo could thorough ly apply that word aro not their rcnl surroundings not thoso of tholr proper standing Tho falso start is raado with tho wed Â¬ ding presents Foolish friends givo to tho brldo of the young clerk or book- Â¬ keeper nrtioles of luxury suited to nu establishment that should expend 10 000 a year It would knock out a great deal of tho sentiment no doubt for wealthy and liberal well wishers to send n check oxprcssivo of their inter est but it would givo a littlo freedom to tho nowly married folks to put it uwny for a futuro demanding mora ox jienso Of course tho foolish brldo might instantly spend it in some personal or furnishing finery might feel uudcrob ligations to tho giver to do so when tho money should bo considered rather ns a uest egg As it is now everything is mado hard for them Theynro expected to competo in church uud out of it with incomes fivo times thoir own They nro asked to contributo with tho rich to every charity that is going Thoy havo uover studied tho economies of housekeeping or cooking nnd neither of thom knows how to savo coals or how to teach tho ignorant sorvants who como into their service Good Housekeeping Â¬ THE Farm and Garden Some Interesting Items for Our Agricultural Neighbors CONCERNING BALED HAY Â¬ MteJ ut V w Tlwsi fix AJI weJi GREGORY Wharfmaslers CLOYERPORT Local Agents CO KENTUCKY v9C 0 est OrWe KLONDYKE GOLD Steamboat Agtnls r Kafl Homestead Fertilizer Company Standard Oil CeRpany SBRfiVKAQE OF WHEAT Thrasher a We tst What is tho gain in selling new wheat from tho thrashers at 75 cents over keeping it four mouths nnd soiling at 80 cents Iu other words what is tho or- Â¬ J dinary shrinkngo in wheat when kept under ordinary conditions This query was submitted for nnswor in Tho Rural New Yorker Among other replies como tho following from L W Bonhnm of Ohio Mr Bonham writes Tho first question involves more than ordinary shrinkage I havo measured wheat at tho timo of thrashing and again after it had been stored in tho Co Ji granary sovcral months but find that it is very difficult to arrivo at a satisfac rti tory answer Tho problem involves sev Â¬ M eral factors such as tho degrco of dry Â¬ ness of tho grain tightness of tho granary tho number of rats mico and fowls that find access aud so on If grain bo abnormally dry when it is thrashed and bo held until spring with- Â¬ out any loss from rats mice fowls aud HAYNES tli loves thcro will bo littlo or no loss of Sold by SHORT weight Thcro may bo n gain If tho wheat bo taken out during a thaw Candor when tho air is warmer tlinn tho wheat IA in the granary every grain collects a littlo dampness and by tho timo it hasj been sacked and hauled to tho scales the increase in weight may bo considerable Professor Brewer sovcral years ago reported for tho government tho at mosphcrio influences on wheat from tho timo it left the thrasher to tho timo it went into tho hold of the vessel This report shows tho condensation on tho grnin as it rnns ico cold from an olova tor of a warm day on tho lako or ocean coast to bo sovcral per cent Tho in- Â¬ crease in weight of n carload of new wheat from tho ranch in California to tho port in San Francisco was enough Daubor Whon I was 20 years of ago moro than to pay tho freight This factor of condensation will vary so I could havo died for my art Criticus Aw my dear follow if you much between tho timo of thrashing in I August and soiling in tho spring that only had Now York Sundny Journal moro accurato means tho farmor needs There is a time for every thing and of measuring and weighing for making tho timo to attend to a cold is when it tho test When the granary is so tight as to starts Dont wait until you haye con protect against any loss by vermin or sumption but prevent it by using Ono thieves it is safo to couut on taking out Minute Cough Cure tho greatest remedy as many pounds in February or March for coughs colds croup bronchitis and ns wo put in in August or September all throat an lung troubles Short Tho factor howovcr that has concerned Haynes mo moro is tho labor I havo sold from tho thrasher hauling direct to tho elo Tfie One lie Saw vator and havo stored it iu tho granary Harold Fathers in and for n short timo on tho baru floor Fiddloback But I called to sco your when I could not get teams enough to sister haul to tho olevator as fast ns it was Harold Yes thrashed Keeping an accurato account time you called bat father said tho noxt hod see you Now tho cost of tho two methods I havo York Sunday Journal of la- Â¬ concluded that thcro is a saving in bor of 5 cents a bushel by hauling at Dont nauseate your stomach with teas onco to tho elevator If it should hap Â¬ and bitter herbs but regulato your liver pen thnt tho wind rats fowls or men from neglect caused tho grain to got so and sick headache by using thoso famous dirty in bulkrns to need cleaning with little pills known as De Witts Little a fanning mill then tho cost is in- Â¬ Eearly Itisers Short Haynes creased 1 or 2 cents Unless ono is suro Chruuolocy In Chicago of moro than 5 cents ndvanco it is hot Yes remarked a Chicago girl he ter to haul tho graiu to market as it comes from tho thrasher when we represents one of our oldest fnmilics Does ho date beforo tho firo thrash from tho shock or stack If tho No not quite so far back as that grain is thrashed in tho barn tho labor of sacking loading and hauling tho but lies ouo of the peoplo who havo thrashed grain from stack or fiold is ridden tho old style high wheels saved and thero is less gained by haul Â¬ Washington Star ing direct from tho mnchino to market Vim vigor and victory these are Ue characteristics of DeWitts Little Early The Campbell System In tho semiarid region of Kansas und Risers the famous little pills for consti- Â¬ Nebraska tests nro now boing mado in pation biliousness and all stomach and thorough tillago as a substitute for irri- Â¬ liver troubles Short Haynes gation The work is being dono under The Time For Action tho Campbell system adapted by W H My typowrlter girl complains that Campbell of Iowa The process begins with a thorough pulverizing of tho sur iu this hot weather her baud sticks to faco for thrco or four inches with n tho paper aud her baok sticks to the disk harrow Tho land is thcu plowed chair Yos eight inches deep tho fino surfaco soil But you ought to seo her got np nud being turned to the bottom of tho fur- Â¬ Chicago row After this comes tho surfaco fly whon the clock strikes 0 packer a tool packing tho lower sub- Â¬ Record soil firmly living tho surfaco loose Burning itching skin diseases instant After this a drag makes tho surfaco per- Â¬ ly relieved by DeWitts Witch Hazel fectly smooth Corn is planted with a check rower and such small grains ns Salve unequalled for cuts brulscsburns wheat and oats aro drilled 20 inches It heals without leaving a scar Short Haynes apart Tho crops nre cultivated at least onco a week to a depth of two inches forming a mulch of loose earth Somo of tho western railroads aro trying this system on model farms considering that when properly carried out it will add to tho valuo of farm lands In this L0UI8VILLK KY Aug U 1897 connection Rural New Yorker says Many farmers not alono in tho arid Shippers should mark all packages plainly west scarcely realize how much is add Â¬ ed to tho fertility of tho land by con- Â¬ with shippers name and post ofioe address stant tillage It will cortaiuly bo a BUTTER necessary complement to irrigation Choice eoantry 9 Shall We Soli or Not Directly From the FIELDS 3 The Durlington Route is the direct north west line to Seattle or Tacomn and the direct westward line to San Francisco en route to Alaska From So 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 all through trains Several extra steamers will sail before the Ask your ticket season closes agent for detailed information or write the undersigned L W WAKELY General Passenger Agt St Louis Mo Â¬ Â¬ Dealers In less loss on tho top nnd outside of tho Black and if stored under cover tin barn room is expensive Particularly is this truo of straw During recent seasons when hay was n very scarco nrtiolo ou If left outsido thcro is always more or Haling Straw ami Shredded Corn fodder Slio of Hale Thnt hny to bo shipped should ho baled fow will question In somo cases it will also pay to balo for homo uso Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pino Floor Ing and Celling Weather Boarding Shingles Rait Lime Cement II P SJBfa WmS- Mft ri A Tho White Wliolee Tall when I served ray country as Looking at tho whito whale at the a private in Company A 107th Pennsyl- Â¬ aquarium n persou not familiar with vania Volunteers I contracted chronic water animals might bo mildly aston diarrhoea It has given me a great deal ished to seo that crcaturo lean outward of trouble ever since I have tried a when swimming around in a circle dozen different medicines aud several instead of inward Seeking tho eauso of prominent doctors without any perma Â¬ this tho observer unfamiliar with would nent relief Not long ago a friend sent whales set not discover that tho whales in a vertical piano ai is tail is me a sample bottlo of Chamberlains tho caso of fishes but in n horizontal Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy piano and after that I bought end took a 50 Set horizontally instead of vertically cent bottle and now I can say that I tho whalcs tall is of tho very greatest am entirely cured I cannot be thank- Â¬ assistance to it in diving and especially in rising promptly to tho surface which ful enough to you for this great Remedy and recommend it to all suffering veter- Â¬ it is neccsiury for it to do at intervals to fill its lungs with air If iu doubt write me Yours ans Going over again to tho wall tanks gratefully Henry Steindercier Allen tho observer may noto ngain and this Sold by A It Fisher town Pa timo with a new interest that all tho Cloverport and II A Shellman Steph fishes there havo tails up aud down in lino with tho body in u vertical plane ensport nnd ho learns upon inquiry that all fishes have tails in n vertical plane aud A French Dog Story The Gaulois tells tho following story that all aqnatio mammals of which tho ot an intelligent French pocdlo A whalo is one havo tails set exactly tho blind beggar was in tho habit soma other way iu a horizontal piano Now years since of frequenting tho Pont dos York Sun St a Peres wlicro housed to station him I crave but One Minute said the Eclf with n clarinet uud nn intelligent public speaker in a husky voice and poodle The placo was well chosen aud then he took a doso of One Minute charitablo contributions poured into tho Â¬ littlo wooden bowl which tho dog held Cough Cure and proceeded with his oraiu his month Ouo Jay tho bliud man tory One Minute Cough Cure is un who had reached an advanced age was equalled for throat and lung troubles not to bo seen Ho had fallen ill in Short Haynes fact and was unahlo to pursuo his avoSalvation Army Marriages cation His faitulul companion however continued to frequent tho accus- Â¬ In speaking of tho Salvation Army tomed spot and tho passers by to whom marriage bureau which ho recently esho was familiar understood that his tablished General Booth says I would master was unwell and touched by tho that we had somo snch arrangement for dogs fidelity dropped their peuco into every soldier in our ranks Beyond his bowl iu increased numbers After a question it will como to that Indeed I time tho beggar died an event which shall not bo surprised to find myself tho wily poodlo kept carefully to him Â¬ looking down from heaven iu futuro self until ho also became an absent eo years and seeing tho whole business of from tho Pont des Sts Peres His dis- Â¬ tho selection of partners for marriage appearance produced n great sensation intrusted to councils of tho wisest most The Buffalo Gnat among his numerous clientele and a experienced and spiritual of our officers Tho buffalo gnat hni mado its op search was prosecuted when tho poor who will arrauge not only who each pcarauco in tho in great num Â¬ animal was found lying dead in a eel officer aud soldior shall marry but tho bers this season southwest covering un- Â¬ lur near his former masters abode a timo of tho event nnd in certain cases protected animals literally tho cars nnd though sum of 20000 francs in bonds of tho whether they shall marry at nil instead nostrils aro tho chlof points of attack Orleans railway being discovered under of the business being left to tho hap An inflammatory fevor with a high tho litter ou which ho was stretched hazard accidental irrational system pulse soon sets in nfflictod cattlo or no system nt all of individual soon dio of crampsTho and convulsions choice ns at present 3100 Reward 100 Tho buffalo gunt has two great aversions Hence Bays an The readers of this paper will be pleased Hundreds of thousands have been In- smoko and darkness exchange tho best way of driving it off to learn that there Is at least one dread- duced to try Chamberlains Cough ed disease that science has been able to Remedy by reading what it has done for is to placo tho infected animal in n barn cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh others and having tested its merits for savo ncloso all tho windows nud doors singlo passage of escapo and ig Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positivo themselves are to day its warmest nito a slow firo of mannro peat or oth Â¬ euro known to the medical fraternity friends For sale by A It Fisher Clo- Â¬ er material which will give out mora Catarrh being a constitutional disease verport and It A Shellman Stephens smoko than light requires a constitutional treatment port Buffalo gnats aro found in greater or Ices quantities every year in Louisiana Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally Texas and some of tho other southern acting directly on the blood and mucous Telephone Nausea states bnt it is not often they occur in surfaces of the system thereby destroy- Â¬ A St Louis man has discovered A ing tho foundation of tho disease and now dicoaso which ho calls telephono such numbers as this season Tho plan in past seasons has been to produco a Tho other day after Bending giving the patient strength by building nausea Â¬ smudgo a telephono messago his faco grow palo ous partsby lighting slow fires in vari up the constitution and assisting nature his lips twitched aud ho pressed his animals of tho pasture Tho afflicted in doing Its work The proprietors have will surround theso fires and so much faith in its curative powers hand against tho pit of his stomach produced Im deathly sick he remarked to find protection in tho smoko nro farther When practical tho animals that they offer One Hundred Dollars for a friend Telephoning does Every protected by smearing cars it nostrils nnd any case that it fails to cure Send for timo I talk through ouo of the things parU liablo attack car HsU of testimonials Im ovcrcomo with nausea which other acid and lardto fish oil with other bolio or Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo O seems seated right in my stomach Sometimes it is an hour or so before I repellent Tho smudgo fires ought to bo JfcSrSoId by Druggists 75c built as far away as possiblo from tho recover swamps aud streams which brood these That is jnst my fix exactly said pests Curious Freaki of ltaion his friend I um mado ill cvory time Tho finest grades of razors nro so dol I uso tho telephone Sometimes I feel as To Tan Calf 1ults Icato that oven tho famous Damasous if I would faint New York Tribune Tanning is nu nrt best dono by ex Â¬ sword blades coj ot equal them in texperts but hides treated as follows will ture It is not generally known that tho While wo aro In the midst of a answer very grain of a Swodish razor is so sensitivo drouth with little hope of making severe according woll for mauy purpotes much toThoFurm Journal Bury that its general direction is changed have we thought that we have much to iu wood ashes till tho hair will camu after a short service out easy Itemovo hair and scrupo off Whon you buy a fluo razor tho grains be thankful for health the greatest blessrun from tho upper end of tho outer ing bestowed upon man We havo not tho flesh side with a dull kuifo Itub tho flesh point In a diagonal direction toward the been deprived of let us be grateful and parts of side thoroughly with equal pulverized alum aud suit haudlo Coustant stropping will twist obedient to our Masters divine will he Smoke hide as yon would a ham As it tho steol until tho grain appeurs to bo will send us rain at such time as seemeth dries rub nnd work it well to muko it straight up and down Subsequent uso god to Him soft It must bo strotohed by nailiug it will drag the graiu outward from the on a Btnooth surface There aro muuy edge so that after steady uso for several It heals everything except a broken long and tedious mothods but thin is mouths tho fiber of tho steol occupies n heart may be said of DeWItts Witch short and simple position exactly tho revert o of that Nazal Salve Piles aud rectal diseases which it did on tho day of purchase Gettlug Hid of Tree Stamps The process also affects tho totnpor of cuts burns bruises letter emma and It is not difficult to get rid of a tree tho blado and when the grain sots from all skin troubles may be cured by it stump by first chopping off somo of tho tho lower outer points toward tho back quickly and permanently Short A long roots with an nx aud then digging yon have a razor which cannot bo kept Haynes n deep hole near und with n lover toll in condition oven by tho moat conscien- Â¬ ing tho stamp Into tho hole thus bury Â¬ tious barber Those who aro desirous of keeping up ing it It is by no moans a costly way But heres another enrious freak that with the times in regard to news strict Â¬ of getting rid of an expensive tronble ly news and nothing else it will stand says will take placo in the saiuo tool Medians Monthly in If yon lento the razor alono for a you onlyhand to subscribe for the Njcwb the county paper in the Math or two and take It op yon will John Grifiln of Zaneavillo O says shuObat the grain has assumed its first State I never lived a day for thirty years oiMo The operation can bo repeated without suffering agony until a box of wml Ww Keel m worn tnrough to the Do Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured my haiit SttrasJ Vurnzlna a piles For piles and rectal troubles cuts bruises sprains eczema and all ke nacb taut about TaieyjlMt skin troubles DoWitts Witch Hazel IL We e Mwakiwr tf JWlUi Little Stimulate the stomach Salve is unequalled Short mU fUk tor rouse the liver cure bilious Â¬ JSwly KUw ttw Haynes ness headache dlixlncss ind all MMtlrto WHonm our stomach constipation for Fifty Ceata grip liioy MMlHtt Uvbl M Price M rents Hold by all druggist Guaranteed rhoea In 18C2 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ many farms nil tho straw was saved for forago As it is difficult to stack so that thero will bo littlo loss many had it baled shortly after thrashing when cnongh to feed ton horses was onsily stored in a comparatively small spaco This proved satisfactory and tho prao tico will undoubtedly increase accord- Â¬ ing to American Agriculturist author ity also for tho following Largo hay raisers havo ono or more presses of thoir own Whoro only small amounts nro raised tho plan adopted by thrashers is followed to advantage Ono man buys n press and puts in tho entiro summer nnd autnmn baling going from farm to farm remaining till each job is completed Tho ownor of- - tho machine furnishes tho men and charges so much per balo Timothy hay can bo baled as soon as it is thoroughly dry It is usually customary to stack it in tho field then balo as soon ns it is practically frco from moisture which condition is reached about six weeks after cutting Prairio hay ran bo baled iu tho field di rect Tho sooner tho work is dono tho I cm loss theno will bo from bleaching nnd rain Sinco shredded corn fodder has becomo popnlar it also is baled largely especially if intended for market As yet thcro is no general demand for shredded corn fodder for shipping con- Â¬ siderable distance but in many places it is wanted locally A trado can easily bo built up if tho fodder is always of tho best quality If quite dry when shredded it can bo run directly into tho press thus saving ono handling This fodder molds quite readily if nut woll cured nnd it will require somo littlo experionco to bo nblo to toll just when tho fodder should bo baled or stored Tho length of tho balo can bo regulat- Â¬ ed to suit tho tasto of tho individual as tho dividing boards enn bo dropped in wherever desired Tho usual length however is 3 feet for small and 4 feet for largo bales Bales 30 inches nro quito common Tho cross section of tho balo also varies ranging nbout ns fol- Â¬ lows 14 by 18 iuches 1G by 18 10 by 20 17 by 22 18 by 22 The larger sizes aro used for straw excelsior aud othor light stuff Tho bales weigh from 75 to 100 pounds Different markets reqniro different sized bales Chicago prefers tho small 14 by 18 balo weighing 70 to 00 pounds nnd about 75 per cent of this size tho next being a 17 by 22 weigh- Â¬ ing 100 to ISO pounds Tho most popular packago in St Louis weighs 80 to 105 pounds In New York largo bales are tho rnlo thoso weighing 200 ponuds or over Boston handles both tho largo upright press and tho small perpetual press bales weighing 100 to 150 pounds Tho amount of hay baled in nn hour varies from two tons with small horse power presses to four or four and n half with largo machines operated by steam many of which nro provided with auto mntio feeders Tho prices range from 225 to 575 each Â¬ Â¬ mrraA SASSKa Zrt Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Bulldlajs and Bnlldlnu Material BANK or Â¬ HARDIES BURG Fresldent WILL MILIiEU Vice President B 7 BEARD H J H Hunsche The TAILOR BEARD Cashier O VT BEARD 1 -- MORRIS ESKRIDOE R M JOLLY ON Director with Will be in Clover TIME DEPOSITS INTEREST PAID port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month Is jonr bpnlth FORTUNE YOUR your mremrtli Casper May Co IND llend nnd Thront clenr end health nl tout mind nml drain l nliny n t reH nnd a VUNIIMANM MiVrJIOlIMIAIKKltb0 errnuxt relief to mankind In all head troubles iUICKft COIllH HOICK TIIItOAT CA nr Cntnrrh dis TAICICII That nu Iul odor In liar Kpverend appears b lt n Wonderful Asthma HrllUV OMIY 1UNH WANM 4 lor ir rinl t II llmnlu XHlfc It frtB PmI Keep the Bull la rtftlt SnS US1DI1S Ultld CO 11SUV1IS ISV VourhupplnoBS Is Â¬ CANNELTON It US A HOW TO TRAVEL mMLiMiMMLLMm JSMfTvw B O S W RT ai3H rnjjBisEi Henderson Route LoaisTille Henderson Trains leave Louisville as follows BV O S W HAILWAY Cinclnnatl nnd the St Louis and the West Si Louis Rj Co Time Card In Effect June 20 97 East Hound Lv SULouls Kvansvillc Henderson SpotUville Oweniboro No 41 No 4 Xo 46 245am 310 32S 4 4 110 C5am 220im - Kim 865pm Â¬ Cloverport Stephensport Irvington Brandenburg Arr Louisville West Hound Lv Louisville Brandenburg Irvington Stephensport Cloverport Hawesville Owensboro Spottsvlile Henderson Evansville Louis Ilaweille- 715 733 818 945 24fi 37 341 622 4 40 5m 60 1007 1045 1112 12 35pm No 6 03 7 45 dill 5 57 7 30 43 No 45 510 525 017 No 20 Nn ifi No 18 8 ajam Lv Louisvira a 3am 245pm Ar Cincinnati 645am ir 55am 605pm 11 15am Ar Columbus 555pm 1105pm S 9541m Ar Pittsburg 7 35am Ar Washington 650 am It Joara 1 2opm Ar Baltimore 7 50am 10 15am Ar Philadelphia 3 40 pm Ar New York U3onn 555pm Ar Bosten 3 oopm 9 05pm Nraln No 16 has clepant Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Cincinnrti to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Tran No IS has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and PullmanDrawtngruom and dlolng cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No ao has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers St Louis Springfield and the West Lv Louisville Ar St Louis Ar Springfield No ao la 3onn a 35am 4I No 4 640pm 8 40pm No 16 8 13am No 7 44 8 sopm JOlm 851 1011 915 951 loai 1 720 739 JB 043 50pm y 3J 823pm 952 taara 8 14 1135 915 1217pm 947 10 10 1240 15 10 40 1021 10 r 10 58 1148 1223am 12 5 1 North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 13 a m daily Charlestown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p m except Sunday Trains Nos 16 ao and u have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis 9 33am 4 TRAINS AIiniVE Arrbt 15 7 32 7 20 A I trains run through Solid to Evansville Through parlor cars and Pullman seepers on all trains between St Louis Hvantville aqd Louis ville Numbers 4t and 42 connect at Irvimzton for Â¬ Fordsvllle and liardinsburg daily except Sunday II C MOIIDUE A 0 1 A From East 7 s a m la 15 noon 640 p m ta 5 a m 3 aoa m Krom West 7 ai a m is 15 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket ofHce southeast corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river For detail Information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc J- - LouijvilleKy iiitn Pass District Ticket Agent n O S W Ity 4th and Main Louisville Ky G B US linOWN Â¬ General Passenger Agent Cincinnati L Hi St L Rv Fordsvllle Branch General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio orJMCHKSSBROUGU WAIUEL Assistant Ohio Â¬ TIME TABLE No 10 Â¬ Â¬ TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 1897 WestUound Trains Rast Bound Train Dally Daily Dally I Dally ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun No 6 Nol No a No 1050am Lv Irvington Ar 9o0am 11 25 Garfield 8 00 1140 1147 1155 12 10pm 12 25 12 35 12 65 gAjSMBL Ssfety Comfort Harned Hardlnsbnrg Junction Junction Kirk Gtendcane Dempster Dempster 7 42 7 7 7 6 6 5 6 6 6 7S7 27 17 Jolly 120 1 If5 02 50 30 44 Wis anil Evansville 45 arFallsIloughlv llockvale Ituth Askins Oaks Mitchell 630 605 38 f0 25 Packet Line Fast Mall Line Between 2 05 165 215 2 30 610 5 00am 26pm ArKordsvillaLv Louisville and Evansville STEAMERS i Â¬ Creamery Where Ushtnlng- - Strikes soob American Cultivator explains that fresh all prominent objects Invito lightning yuATUuns tho moro so if isolated Where thoy abound as in towns tho electricity is Prime white goes Mixed most likely to bo drawn off invisibly Old Whilo it is risky to stand under n trco No 1 dack in n thunder shower it is a protection POULTRY to havo high trees near a house No liens per lb Spring Chickens per doi doubt tho column of invisible molsturo Ducks per lb ascending from n baru full of new hay Qeese per dot Be makes a ready path for lightning POTATOES sides tho very combustiblo contents of a Irish per barrel new bam nt any timo or tho rubbish in an New La empty barn may result in firo whon a Sweet potatoes per bbl building less ignitiblo might- - not be From store J to J cts higher Navy Deans per bushel fired by n lightning stroke Â¬ Aisaium Loulsvllfe 13 34 3 20 0 28 mo 12 3S OOO H endersonSt Louis RvCo 3STO TIME SCHEDULE Taking Effect A 4 E G KAGON P SI Byan Matter W A Bishop Purser TARASCON D L Penny Master L T Conner Furser M 630 oclck 41 U Saadaj Uaj 42 30f 1897 Train 44 TELL CITY R H Ballard Matter W B Kewball X 6 Wtil Bound Traint 13 Sail Hound Exprs Dally 35pm 20 fOam 1146 It 36 12 12 11 11 18 Purser SI 0 3 00 Bxnrls Uxprs Daily 4t0pm Daily 818 111 821 7 Warn 7 43 Mall STATIONS Mail A P D STAGGS Kxpr Dally 745pm 665 061 6 45 6 1 160 361 Q ftu lb oiu IvUnn 8 tO 6 48 531 Kentucky St ptai ROOTS te few f -- w i - X Uliu f jvir Hoods Pills IW1T i I JIM tills 10 MM Willi Hoods Serseparlll - tobacco men strong blood fv The Uarley Crop According to returns mado to Tho Amoricuu Agriculturist thero is a material enlargement of tho acreage of barley this year Now York is the only state cust of tho Mississippi river in whiob the gain is of importance Iu tho last fow years thero has been a marked increase in tho barley acreage in California It is boliovcd that the total product will prove dccldodly larg er than that of last year Tho acreage in the United States approximates 8700000 acres Buckleas Amies Salve Tiik Best Salve In the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Ithenm Fe- Â¬ ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chll blalns Corns and all Skin Eruptions and postively cures Pile or bo pay re-Â¬ quired It la gtHtranteed to give perfect satiiactioa or mosey reiunju rnce 25 cent per box Fox Balk by A K Ftaher t sea4a Taw ltowate Wtik Ctearta habit cure makes weak I Gaadr CaUartlc oura oeaatlpMUa forever Me tl All urwu un mfsu ji uuuMii1aratsaHresissMi Â¬ Ginseng Senlca Snake no lji 20 10 175 21 21 613 600 Dig 62tl 013 707 712 720 6U9 8tt 8 42 907 915 923 9 31 Pink Yellow Wild dinger Blood u j j 8 SI 8 69 Lady Slipper oil 6VJ Howard Willowdale Hock Haven Long Branch Brandenburg Kkron Guston Irvington Lodlbure Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops Sklllmsn Hawesville Kalcon Lewisport Waltmsn Powers West Point 1121 1112 1063 10 4 ilea Webster Myppi IK VA 932 9 43 Clover per bushel Crimson Closer per bushel Red Top pet bushel Orchard dress per bushel Blue Orsii fancy pr bushel Blue Orest extra Dsr bushel Onion Bets Yellow per bushel White HIDKS roo Dry Belt good Dry flint jood FIELD SEKDS Timothy per iushel 3X 143 4 50 3 00 72 727 739 804 812 818 961 66o 969 1011 1011 10 26 35 43 10 49 1068 11 OS Holt 1037 1021 1020 1015 1007 1002 9 69 9 40 90 62d 618 610 613 660 530 622 818 515 603 6 4 CO It The best culinary ire employed as cooks and he menu is equal to that of the lest hotels deneral offices 176 and 178 4th Avenue Louisville Dally except Saturday betwsen Louisville end Hew Amsterdam Freight shipped by this line delivered quick Â¬ er than by rail Travelers will find the steamers are unsur Â¬ passed In equipment and accommodations 64 6 42 DL PENNY BaP1 WWHITK Pris V A O V Williams T 7J 61 IU 8 42 8 27 945 Owensboro Ky a to lip 2 55 3 SO 160 Pctrle 927 917 49 4 40 83 9 01 91A 0 21 9 3J J QUH 923 1114 1126 1136am 11 46pm 1101 2 12 Bleep skins Tub washsd ureese on Bleak WOOL it 16 rS to 02 09 9 47pm 1217 9oIod 1224 lOlOom J240om IU 919 OrlffitV Stanley Worthlngton Heads Spottsvlile Owensboro Mattingly Pates 838 827 818 807 768 8 47 903 864 433 418 419 413 36 ioi 5 8 02 7 82 7 45 7 38 7 31 329 326 313 307 3 83 S44 8 20 3 01 SfGpiB t eJ Jrry eeMeeMsfftteeeeeeteeeMt is s14 J tf I sr1lrnnrlv 78m 4 Bassett me eomwctlon Ir Ssyry sad Cote MIMBLLAMBflilB VMIfWHMllMHfMHHIIUSMsUMia vs 8U II jaesensi e tftMt I iPtfW V-t- t- oTeeWnV LoutswiU M HtfMOHDUKAOPAy if TtSf rr THE BRROKENRIDGR Breckenridge WEDNESDAY t NE1WS GLOVRRPORT KY Twenty Years Proof Tutts Liver Pills keep the bow elsinnaturalmotionand cleanse the system of all impurities An absolute cure for sick headache dyspepsia sour stomach con- Â¬ stipation and kindred diseases News 25 1897 THE SENATORIAL CONTEST Candidate II AUGUST a Smith Submits Ills Views on Religious Mailer LOCAL BREVITIES Mrs Mary McCrackcn la much im Â¬ proved WInrlghl Lynns was in tlio city Satur Â¬ day and tiunday Miss Nowburger of Clilciigo III is visiting Miss Kate Oglesby Miss Stella Arms spent Sunday with her sisters in Louisville Miss Lorraine Norrls of Louisville is visiting Mrs T M Watkins Miss Kosa Tiuius of Louisville Is visiting relatives at this placo Jesse Weatherholt and Joe Seymour spent Sunday at Muidraugh Mrs Q B Taylor of Owensboro is visiting her mother Mrs Burks Mrs Wra Barrett and family will return to Louisville next week Mrs Itobert Bailey of Louisville if the guest of Mrs It N Hudson Mrs Mollie Hambleton went to Green river last week to visit relatives Mies Jennie Green after a visit to Mrs Geo Short has returned home Misi Bona Moser of Evansville Ind is visiting her sister Mrs Wm lloflius Miss Daisy Boultinghouse Cannelton Ind is the guest of Mrs Thomas Boh ler Mr Gordon of Louisville snent Sun day in Holt the guest of- Miss Nellie Burks Mrs George Jordan lias bought the Payntor property near the Mitchell Hotel Mrs Will Moorman and a party from Glendeane returned to their home yes- Â¬ terday Mrs Lannie Smith and son of Louis- Â¬ ville were tho guests of Miss Lalleisr Friday Mrs W T Hubbard of Jacksonville Florida is visiting her brother T 0 - i cence Lbwisport August 23 1897 I was openly charged by my opponent Mr Ashcraft at a picnic at Oak Grove in Meado county and that too in my absence by agreement with him as being ono disqualified for the office to which I as piro by reasons of my views touching ro ligtous matters I hero with submit somo ot my views to tho constituents of this Senatorial District I believe in that religion that cheerful- Â¬ ly concedes to your neighbor the right to freely think and act your political relig ious and all other subjects I believe in that religion that at all times swings open the doors to tho poor the wanderar and the unfortunate with- Â¬ out charga and without price without hope of any other reward thau tho con- Â¬ sciousness of having done something to the comfort of a fellow being and having taken away some of tho sting of poverty and misfortune I believe in that religion that lights up the face of tho father with love and confidence and with the spirit oi iorgive nets that his little children will come to him at all timesbelievinuthathe is their protector and support in all their little trials I bellovo in7 that religion that elevates man and instills into him tho spirit of chivalry and manhood that would scorn to strike frailty and inno-Â¬ Â¬ - i V ft to noble acts and cements tho brother hood of mankind I bellevo in that religion that moves a man to pay his honest debts with 100 cents to the dollar with accurred interest I believe In that religion that moves a man to pay these debts even though ho has to forego somo of the pleasures and luxuries of life I believe in that religion that moves a man to pay his debts to his creditors and not seek to make his religion tho scape goat for bis dishonesty I submit my case and will accept the verdict without a murmur II G Smith Mr and Mrs J Scott Vance and fam Â¬ ily aro at tho Tar Springs for two weeks accompanied by Mrs James A Vance and son Mr A M Vance of Missouri I believe in that religion that goes out from home and inspires men and women Tousoy Bishop McCloskey will give confirma- Â¬ tion at St Hose church next Sunday at 10 a m Misses Lutie Moorman and Edna Iloberteon drove in from the Tar Springs Tuesday afternoon Mrs Frank Stein nee Li In Adams and Master Frank are guests of Miss LaFayette Lalleist Mrs Aria Warfieid lias returned to Fordsville after a visit of two weoks with Mrs Frank Fraize It E Woods ami mother of Louis ville came down Friday Mrs Woods will remain several weeks Miss Ladosca May of Cloverport was the guest of Mrs Ohas Sheldon on Mon day Cannelton Enquirer A trip to the beach is a rest to the mind and body The steamer Clover port makes three trips a week Catechism and instructions on next Friday and Saturday at 8 a in for the children of St Rose Sunday school The Cooking Club was delightfully entertained by Miss Warfieid assisted by Mrs Fraiza on Wednesday evening Mrs Belle Boyd and daughter Miss Katie of Cloverport are the guests of Mrs G W Rail Cannelton Enquirer Wllderund Hardin the dentists will be at Irvington to day and to morrow Call on them if you need work in their line Robert McUavock brought to this office last week a corn stalk which measured fourteen feet grown on hill land Mrs Alfred Oelze Miss Ethel and Walter after spending three weeks at the Tar Springs returned home Tues-Â¬ day Mr and Mrs Randall son and Miss Katterjohn took the round trip to Louisville and return on the steamer Ragon Aaron Norton will hold his regular annual colt show Saturday Sept 4 If you waat to see some fine colts be on hands Miss Elizabeth Skillman has returned homeafter a delightful visit of six weeks with her cousin Mrs Waltor Sherman of Toledo Ohio Mrs James Boyd Henderson was in the city several days last week She returned home Friday accompanied by Mies Emma Tinius Mr Chas T Cottrell tho well known will arrivo Thursday photographer Any one wishing work done in bis line can be accomodated by him There will be a collection for tho American Bible Society in the Method ist church Sunday morning and evening Please do not forget it and come prepar- Â¬ Â¬ ed k h Mr J Brown mer The firm of Brown chants of Paynesville has been dissolv Â¬ ed Mr J L Brown retiring Mr Thos Brown will continue the business under his own name MissLula Nicholas and Miss Tinius have accepted positions with the Fair They are popular energetic young ladles and the Fair people are lucky in secur- Â¬ ing their services The parting of wheat and silver is not troubling the Democrats in this neck of the woods They are only too glad to get a dollar for their wheat and still vote the Democratic ticket Bush and grandson Lso Mrs M Cimt Afloaoa Mnvmn and Teonia Selfiert MIbs Lena Hornbrook and Frank Selffert of Evansyille Ind spent Hnnday with Mr and Mrs Clia May JE Keith returned yesterday from the Elizabethtown fair He says there was a splendid turn out of people and an excellont show of stock and it was one of the bust fairs ever had In the county Mass next Sunday at St Rose church All the children will be at 0 oclock and grown rolks who are to receive Holy Communion and Confirmation must be present at this mass Immediately after tne services uonurmauuu wm no bid Mrs Long who has been spending tho summer witn her mother Mrs Minor left Monday for Lexington to Join her husband Dr Long who Imo recently been appointed by Gov Bradley assist Â¬ ant and first physician of the Lexington ajsylum -- ABorn Aug 10 to the wife of Mr Martin WliUford of Walton on the Thames England a daughter christen ed Harrie Hambleton Wbitford ThoNews with many friends send congratuUtions ncrosa tho briny deep to the luvpfy fether Andy villa scored another grand success Mow than 2000 m hmr uawl picnic to went prmnt MkUm iky The and all weraeu we wwtet Mittic arfrl w ever the pwttU toot thick aw aorna But IpWMidiM olto th 4twt to sttWMl Â¬ day morning Sept G 1897 at 7 oclock The friends of botli parties are cordially invited No cards Immediately after the ceremony the couple will leave for go the Nashville Centennial to spend a On their return they will bo week MissEddio Scott was visiting at Irving glad to meet their friends at their home ton this week in Leltchfiold Ky The meeting at Freedom still contin ues with much interest Notice to Republicans C S Board went to Glendeane Satur Â¬ The Republicans of the Cloverport Magisterial District will meet in mass day to bo gone a few days convention in Cloverport Saturday Rev Buchanan of Vino Grove began Aug 28 for the purpose of selecting a meeting at Lost Run church Sunday candidates for the office of Magistrate Mr Tom Taber has a son and daugh- Â¬ and Constable in said district ter very low with typhoid fever at this H A Oklze writing Chairman Committee Mrs Belle Board and two of her little ones from Owensboro are visiting her WEBSTER sister of our vicinity Messrs Matt P Payne and Robert A good rain Sunday Weatherford returned from tho Ellz Corn is retailing at 50 eta por bushel abethtown Fair Saturday Rev J 0 Lewis passed through here Lets strike for better public roads Friday from Harned where he had been A jirulractod moating wllLbegln hero conducting a series of meeting in whicli noxt Friday much good was manifested Dont miss the excursion on the Henry Kurlz returned Sunday from branch Thursday Aug 20 to Louisville Tar Springs Buffalo Bills great show will be there Something needs to be done to stimu- Â¬ This will be the last one run this season late farm pride M P Payne and Robert Weatherford Joe Jeffries and wife went to Stephens were passengors on the West hound train Sunday port last They were on thoir way Saturday Jno Haswell Jr and Gus Shellman home from Louisville where they had been for the past few days were here last week Miss Nannie Fisher returned to her is feared that Jno Lyddan may lose It home last Thursday accompanied by the sight of one eye Miss Fisher won n Miss Nannie Board Frank Carter went to Cloverport Sat- Â¬ host of friends while with us and we re- Â¬ urday returning Sunday gretted for the time to come when she Aro you trying to talk up a local option had to return home but hope she will remember us with another visit sentiment in this district Misses Nannie and Katie Board and Dr II B Kurlz and N D Payne took Nannie Fisher came home last Sunday in the Elizabethtown fair They had spent the from Irvington The corn crop will far exceed the ex- Â¬ week with Mr and Mrs Tebo Bandy and pectations of most people attendod the Methodist meeting at Irv- Â¬ was at ington The girls can charm us by tell- Â¬ Fred Moorman Oftonsboro ing what a jolly timo they had and say home Sunday on a visit every thing is lovely at Mr Bandys home Mrs Anna Porter of Louisville Is vis Â¬ to make ono delighted with a visit there iting Mrs Horace Hatfield Mr and Mrs Tom Macy and two of T G Jordan sold some tobacco in their sons havo been sick several weeks Louisville last week at good prices with typhoid fever Death entered tho A subscribtion paper is being circulat- Â¬ home circle last Friday and took from them their oldest son Clarence He had ed for a new church at Raymond been sick six weeks and for several days Our public schools will not open here the friends of Clarence could see ho was before the first Monday in September fast sinking and his stay here on earth Are you saved If not you should by was short It is hard kind parents to all means attend our protracted meeting givo one up so dear and one who Is just Gods will is entering into manhood Mrs Robt Mattingly and children of your trust in Him But Hardinsburg are visiting relatives here not our will best put who knows This town needs a Cumberland Pres Â¬ byterian church and a Masonic hall A distinction without a difference What say you 7 amounts to but little There Is a differ- Â¬ Dug in Bros have 3000 busbols of corn lor which they say they would not ence a real difference a vast difference between Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve take 50 cts per bushel It is unpopular to refer to it but there and any other Tho greatest difference is in tho results obtained from its use is a dearth of genuino old fashioned hustlers among the agricultural classes It cures sore eyes granulated lids and Misses Cora and Lula OaMiman re- Â¬ styes quicker than any known remedy turned to their home near Union Star and cannot injure the eye of a babe Sunday after a stay here of a f6W weeks Short Haynes Mike Lyddan and wife and Jno Lyddans children Anna Don and PATESVILLE Myrtle visited the Ellzibethtown fair last week Miss Agnes Gordon id on the sick list BIGSPRING B F Arbra went to Owensboro last week The marriage of Mr W L Thomas of Leitchfield and Mif s Eva G Heston of Hardinsburg will take place at the residenco of the brides mother on Mon Â¬ are on the mend at this writing Quito n crowd from Herbert and 1VII vlllo went to Tar Spring Saturday ac- Â¬ l Air Samuel Sulzer a Pioneer companied by the Herbert brass band The A B U S meets every wcok Merchant Chas Knapp President Thos Lynch Secretary and Cornelius Sapp Treasurer Little Edward Lamb youngest child lie Passes Away at the Ripe Age ol Eighty of Horace Lamb died Tuesday morning August 17 at 8 II We extend our sym five Was a Native of Switzerland pathy to tho bereaved parents Tho nowsof thosuddon death of Mr E O Gordon has accepted a place Samuel Sulzar at his home in Louisville tho Cincinnati Cooperage Company with and last Saturday morning came as a great went to Rockvalo Sunday shock to his many friends in this city commence his first work where he will for tho coin He was taken ill on last Wedneslay and died from the effecta of kidney ttouble pany of which he has been a suflercr for many To Cure A Cold In One Day years Hn was In his eight fltth year and has been an active buMncis man Tnko Laxative Bromo Quinlno Tablets all his life Ills name has been a household word In this town for many years All Druggists refund tho money If it fails being tho proprietor of tho Suzr store to Cure 25c For Sale by R A Shell which has built up a large and lucrative man Stephensport Ky Mr Sulzur was a genial kind- Â¬ business ly old man who possessed a big heart a world of charity S7EPHENSPORT He was especially kind to his family and n friend to the orphan Mr Julius Nolte manager of Flovd Miller is at home from Hender- Â¬ his large business here assisted by his brother Emiel aro his grandsons The son Ky Louisville Times says of lilm Mrs Andrew Crawford went to Louis- Â¬ From 1R30 to 1882 Mr Sulzir was ville last week proprietor of a large dry goods Btore at Master Helm Vaughan who has been Ho was Jeflereon and Clav streets quite prosperous Fifteenyears ago the quite sick is out again infirmities of age compelled him to retire Everyones spirits were lifted up by from active life Sinco that lime he had the fine rain hero Sunday lived quietly at ills Jacob street home Lewis Stiles returned last week from a lie was among tho best known of tho viBit to his parents at Valley Station German residents of tho city Mr SuIzt was born In Bern Switzer- Â¬ Mrs Leo Dowell went to West Point land in 1812 He came to tills country Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs J G Bra in 1832 and settled in Cincinnati Four shear years later he came to this city engag Â¬ Mr and Mrs II S English of Roberts ing in the dry gods business Ho was married two times His first wife was spent some days last week with relatives at Long Branch Miss Magdalen Herman of Cincinnati His second By her he had fivo children Mrs Parker of Lewlsport was visit Â¬ wife was Miss K Krugel of this city ing her brother L T Roberts In the resulted from this union Bottom last week Eleven children Five sons and three daughters survive Misses Marlowe Emma Mosoley and They aro J F Sulzer their father Albuquerque N M S L Sulzer Can- Â¬ Myra Haux spent several days in Har dinsburg last week W T Sulzer Chicago nelton Ind Oscar and Fred Suzar of this city Mrs O O Lewis has been filling coal houses Charlie Scholl of Indianapolis Mrs for the past two weeks a gentle reminder Louise Prlnz and Mrs Charles Beecher of the coming bleak days of this city Mr Oscar Suzer is a mem- Â¬ Bro E N Metcalfe will preach at Abell ma- Â¬ ber of the firm of Sulzer chinists Mr Sulzer was the father of Holts Chapnel on tho fifth Sunday at Mr Henry Sulzer of the Suzir Vogt 11 a m and hero at night Manufacturing Company who djed re- Â¬ Mattisu Boisseau who has been cently He had been a member of St ing her aunt Mrs E N Metcalfe vsit has Pauls German Lutheran church sinco returned to the Falls of Rough his residence in this city Mrs Richard Palmer after a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs O C Lewis has returned to her home in Louisville GARFIELD Mrs T J Perkins and son Lewie were visiting the formers uncle L T Remember our excursion let evcryouo Roberts in Roberts Bottom last week SUDDEN DEATH Â¬ gagj gH -- Cant do without them R P Smith Chilcsburg Va writes I dont know how I could do without them I have had Liver disease for over twenty years Am now entirely cured gftl - H gggf jgffl fggS Â¬ Tutfs Liver Pills McQUADY There was night N n show B gggv wggfl in town Monday W Nelson ville has returned to Louis Â¬ Â¬ Mattingly Taylor Beard Hardinsburg was here Wednesday Robert Mattingly Hardinsburg was here Saturday John Johnson Reynolds Station is here on business Dr R W Burch is visiting relatives in Meade county Tom Robertson Louisville is visiting at J T F Owens Several of our people are attending the meeting ut Goshen Mrs 0 A McDermott lias returned to her home In Louisville Mrs Floyd Lewis Harned is visiting her brother M L Crews 0 B Pate Mattingly spent Thursday night with his son J V Pate Misses Anna and Lizzie Coomes are the guests of Misa Clara Crens Mrs J T Bate Knottsville is visit Â¬ ing her mother Mrs J B Pate Mrs Richard Hayes Fordiyille was with Mrs Milton Coke lost week R N Miller our clever County Attorney was interviewing our voters lost Â¬ W L Frank went to Hardinsburg last week Miss May Bali is visiting relatives at gggfl gggfl week S B Rico and family spent a few days of last week with relatives and friends nee Smith who has been visiting her brother R A Smith has returned to her home in Missouri Payne Payne are putting a nico Iron and wire fence around their lot on Ceme try Hill which will be qultoan improve- Â¬ ment The Smith House has been full to over Â¬ flowing with visitors this summer Folks know where to get good dinner and cooling breezes ForSalb Poland China Pigs Worlds Fair blood Top Buggy with pole and shafts will trade boggy for milch cow C 0 Lewis Dont miss tho excursion on the branch Thursday Aug 20 to Louisville Buffalo Bills great show will bo there This will be the last one run this season Dr White is having the cottage on Third street just vacated by Mr Brown repaired and papered preparatory to go ing to house keeping 0 0 Lewis and little son Palmer left Monday for Louisville The former will attend the Swine Breeders Association whicli convenes at Shelbyville on the 24th and 2jth 3Hrnnd Mrs James Irwin havo re- Â¬ turned from Ellzibethtown where they visited the formers parenta They have also just moved into the Payne cottago on Main street RT Short N R Short and J W Boston of Caihoon Ky havo been in our town for the past two weeks orKaniz N J ing a Knights of Honor lodge Ness Grand Recorder of tho State of Kentucky installed tho officers and put the lodge to work Friday night Mrs Ella Myres Â¬ hore Mrs Susan Frank went to Glendeane Saturday to see her daughter Mrs G P week A jolly crowd of our young people spent a pleasant day nt Tar Springs Sat Â¬ urday W D Wilson is erecting a pretty little cottage for Mr Sam Jackson near this place Ball D G Miller a Mormon preacher from Salt Lake City Utah was here last - I School Time rfcvw is near svvvwi wmvv of SCHOOL SUPPLIES This season I have purchased a large assortment Come and sec them W A Bates who has boon vory low with typhoid fever for somo time is slowly recovering M Marlow Patesville was hero Thurs Â¬ day and Friday receiving staves for the Cincinnati Cooperage Company Cas Mason attended church at Cave Spring Sunday and after services wan Â¬ dered aimlessly in the direction ot Josh Weatherfords Dont miss the excursion on the branch Thursday Aug 20 to Louisville Buffalo Bills great show will be there This will be tbe last one run this season Mr and Mrs J W Wright gave a party to the young people of this place Satur day night After spending a few hours delightfully in merry games all repaired to the dining room and were regaled with ice cream and other dainties A large crowd was present and report a pleasant evening Â¬ Have you seen Our pretty line of BOX WRITING PAPER Call and Examine before purchasing It will be to your interest AMON M KIOCIIELOE Hardinsburg 2 SOLDOUT Inventory to take place September ist Will sell DRY GOODS CLOTHING NO TIONS and 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 see us EKRON Tub Elizabethtown News is still boom- ing its gold mine lately discovered in that county We hope editor Summers is not mistaken about the fiud and that it may prove to be valuable Miss Inez Votrese returued home Tuesday Notice Roy Frymlre relumed to Uniontown Notice It hireby given thai by an order ol the IlrecLenritlKe Counts Court at uj February terra Sunday Sj7 changed the Webster and llewleyvilie voting the Fourth Mafrliterlal District of this Mr Beauchamp of Irvington wop In preonctt inIce county by taking Irom the Webster MrecVenri town Friday 1recinct and adding same to the llewleyvilie prc- vizi Mrs Guedry was In Brandenburg cinci ine louowin- uounuary across Slnklnrr Creek Ileclnnlnir at Dents Ilridce shopping Friday thence witn the IIarUinshur road to the links of said road In the town of Garnrld thence with the Albert Richardson returned Tuesday Irvington road to the Msher llrldue on the said Sinking Creek thmce up said Creek to the beginfrom Oloverpnrt ning lersons living in said boundary v ill vole at Mrs Henry Wathen and niece spent llewleyvlle in the luture and not rltewhcre Vn AIILJUCC Monday at Irvington Commissioners Sale Slug Brown and Jim Warfieid went to Cloverport Wednesday bhepard Co Plalntin Nichols Notice of Sale in Miss Helen Pollock returned to her John T Iriel C Deendams Equity y virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the home at Gusto n Tuesday Hancock Circuit Court remlendut the July term II SBrown and wife spent Monday thereof j in the above styled cause tne under Â¬ signed will on with his father near Guston Tuesday the 7th day of Sept 1897 Rawlings and children returnod Mrs between the hours of ten oclock a in and four Ohio Sunday to their home in oclock p m at the sawmill hereinafter describ Kentucky proceed to They have begun setting the posts for ed Irrlireckentldge County highest bidder the folCJiposj to public sale to the the telephone line to this place and liopo lowing Described property vli One 13 hoise power traction steam engine com to have it in operation by Wodnesday plete No 5099 built bv Nli hols 4 Shepard Co of fucks hi so belting and Mr Reid of Louisville came down llallle Creek Mich with with or and to the Saturday night to spend Sunday with fiituresSaid appendages locatedbelonging public near the eniilne is now ime his wifo and children at Mis Richard- Â¬ road leading fiom Lcdiburg to fierce about two Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ G T MARSHALL Irvington Ky 03S eSS Old Sol In gettirg in some giod work these dajp and you should be prepared to protect yourself from his ccorchrii rave for ho will bo with us for bo mo time and the weather men say hell cook everyone in his reach if theyre not clad in our Cool Summer Wearing Apparel We now have everything that is desirable in the way of sons Mr James Harned is remodeling his house Miss Mary McMeador has returned from Hardinsburg Mrs Collie ot Louisville is visiting her father Mr A It Morris Miss Amelia Wolf of Tampa Fla is visiting her sister Mrs Meyer Miss Daisy Meador has returned home after quite a lengthy visit to Oeclla Dr Gray of Elizabethtown was here looking after his property last Saturday Mr Joe Medley bought Dr Grays home and will move here and run a saddlery Bbop Mr Tom Humphrey of Louisvillo was the guest of Mrs Jets Clarkson last week He returns to Louisville Tuesday with his wife and daughters who have been down for sometime The following from here attended the fair at Ellz ibethlown t Mrs Ben Clark son Mrs Jacobs Mr and Mrs Meyer Misues Lilly Mr and Mrs Alex Scott Clarkson Daisy Meador iSalma Strother men Thanks to the Herbort band for their nice music Saturday LVfJorrj to the wifo of M V Marlow Lamb are still improving Miss Ola Clark and Eddie Gordon are very sick with typhoid fever Miss Maud Marlow returned home from Tobinsport Wednesday James Nix who has boon quite sick with typhoid fever Is getting better Little Jim Lawless who has been very low with typhoid fever is not expected to live There have been more cases of typhoid fever in Patesvllle this year than th re have been for 20 years A B Phillips has moved into Mrs Browns property in the upper part of town on Clover street Mrs Eldred Gist Mewrs McGee and Rumpfell of Tennessee are vMlicg Jno Gist and family this week Lynch ara paving top Wkee Gordon Drugs hardware aad mo for produce cerlM at lowest city pries E F QaUmH wife and cUIU have all bMU yery sick with typhoid hvr Mrs E N Dean and Mrs Horace Alex Jones of the Willard Hotel Louisville returned to that place Saturday after a visit to relatives at Big Spring and Flaherty Mrs Mugoesa of New Albany and Mrs Watkins ot Louisville returned to their respective homes Friday after saveral weeks stay with Mis Dan Neafus The advanced price of wheat is a good hobby with tho gold bug and Republicans but what good is tliat price to the hard working farmer If he has not got tho grain to sell I know of a farmer near here who sold I think about 200 bushels last year for 45 couts this year he will about have enough to supply his family with bread stuff and still yo gold bug and R publicans have done a great thing for the farmer I think it looks as if the hand ot Providence had cut short the wheat crop Â¬ Â¬ ofuo8 KUMS 1 truth of Iodiburg in llreckeniidge County Mate of Kentucky to produce the sums of io J3 the amount of money so ordered to be made and the costs hereof 33 20 amounting in all to the sum miles 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 FuruiahingH and take special pains in luting you up comiorianiy ior me not Bummer months Prices suited to tho tinus hard times too Sale will be made on a cedit cf four and eight months The purchaser will be requited to give bond wilh approved security tor the pay Â¬ ment of the pu chase money to have the force and erlcct ol a Judgment bearing legal intcrttt fri m the day ofsale with a Lien reserved upon said properly untd all the ijurchis mr ney Is paid K K 6 W E BROWN are II IC Commissioner Ilamock Circuit Court KtXIY iS33S2i Pure Fresh IRVINGTON lwum lauila Ut and Whlator Habltl cured at home with- Â¬ out pain Book of par Â¬ ticulars OfllCO nMWOOILEY UU 101 N lrior St tnt lKKE iM A 7011 When Co Fougbt With Pocket Kalres to IN Hf wM wdtMiut alttIwamothplokaleJL jfcldcatAodyvill John Meador Br and Dr Strother il Guy Mnln Mpoarfl Meador John Tim Moor Meador Jr- - Buhr and Charles LIghtfoot fought with pocket knives on the Court Â¬ Sunday house square in HawesvlHe night liuhr now lies at the point of death with a gash in his throat five inch ea long Bubr is the stepson of Hon W W Taber and LIghtfoot la the ton The trouble arose ol Dr J F LIghtfoot over a beautiful young lady of the town with whom both young men are la love Geo j Grocery 1 V Hardinsburg --P STOP AT THE BARNES HOUSE Only 100 Par Day COpiC Delivery Gregory Gibson Cloverport Ky Owinci to the dlcoufhK report from Alaaka town the Klondike fav U aid to t abating Maay proaptoN are returning bt Thi people of Ikvlese county are fight lag for free gravel niiit X vote wa the will be submitted to the people n November Bait Accommodation Good Smpl RKma L THEl BRROKRNRIDQE NRWS plxOVEXRPORT BreckikridoeKews tWKDENSDAY AUGUST 25 1897 WeH Ckt on the Brighter Side from The Atlanta Constitution Toll In the cities and till the ground- The world Is Rrtcn and wide viiAad some of these days when the woild turns round JrVell get on the brighter sklot KLV 4H mSow and reap and work and weep n For the blessings that are denied StkjWad some of these days la the mornings Well get on the brighter side passing Into the hands ot rent lords money lords and rail lords God in bis book says Woe to them that join houso to house and lay field to field till there bo no place It seemes to mo that if our preachers would devote a little more timo and at Â¬ tention to the question of ront Interest and profit the oppression of tho working classes by their capltolistic masters and less to Infant baptism predestination etc that civilization would movo faster forward Was Growing Worse Liver All WIDE TlftES TESTED PROVED SUPERIOR TO THOSE STANDARD WIDTH OF and Stomach Troubles Too Woak to Work -- Now Able to Do Her Housework i rajs Uncle Jounatiia Credit 1rom The Wool Record NtSome of these days In the thorny ways Will the miles of Joy abide dtVThe birds will sing and the bells will ring At And well get on the brighter side rMrhen toil ft In the cities and till the ground Whatever may be denied t or some of these days when the world turns round vt Well get on the brighter side I ft Daniel Webster declared that credit has done a thousand times moro to en Â¬ rich nations than all the mines in tho world UNCLE HIBkutmlnntcs JOHNATHAN Some Interesting Statistics on Property Ownership jCTbofe are according to tbo census o 41800 in the United States 12000000 Htamlllesjand of theso families 52 per accent ront their farms or homes and 48 ifstper cent own them Of those who own tfetbeir homes or farms 29 per cent own Mubject to mortgage and 71 per cent own fvfree of incumbrance Among 100 families on tho average S52rent their farms or homes 11 own WiBnbJect to mortgage and 36 own without ruiucumbranee i These facts are from the census taken Vtbythe Harrison administration and they hthrow a good deal of light on tbo causo of tUepubllcau disaster and Democratic raVktory in 1892 With only 35 families in every 100 us owning their homes and the other l5 families obliged to buy of the 35 the aright to hvo on the earth by paying rent uand interest it is not surprising that i tthe people long for a change In regard to families occupying farms nthe census shows that 31 per cent of the families rent and GO per cent own tho farms cultivated by them that 2S per cent of the owning families own subject to mortgage and 72 own free of raort-- ff gage Among 100 farm families on the average 34 rent 19 own subject to mort- Â¬ gage and 47 free of incumbrance On the owned farms there are mortgage loans amounting to 1080000000 which is 3C per cent of the value of the incum- Â¬ bered farms and this debt bears interest at the rate of 7 per cent per aunum or an annual interest burden of 70000000 Only 47 families in every 100 own their homes in free America Nineteen per cent of the families of the United States must raise every year 570000000 witu which to buy their right to live Tho number of brave and patriotic Americans who can raise the money to pay the interest on their mortgages as it falls due is growing less year by year and the farms of free America are drifting steadly into few and fewer hands How is it in the great cities of the great Republic Let us see The cities that have a population of 100000 or over number 28 and in these cities 77 per cent of the families rent and only 22 per cent own their homes Of the homo owning families 38 per cent have mortgages on their homes and G2 per cent own free of incumbrance Among 100 families on tho average 77 rent 0 own subject to mortgage and 14 own free In all the large cities of the United States having a population of 100000 and over only 14 families in a hundred own homes thoy can call their own I In New York city the metropolis of the New World only 7 families in a hundred own their homes Ninety three families producers of wealth must buy of the other 7 chiefly idlers parasites the poor privilege of living in the land of their birth or adoption I The 93 represent the useful members of society the 7 represent the drones The 03 aro those who build houses streets railroads shops factories and open mines who weave clothes and pro- Â¬ duce the comforts and luxuries of life the seven are those who hold bonds and stocks and gamble in them who receive huge Incomes in rents and Interest give charity balls indulge in riotous pleasures and fast living and donate a part of their stolen plunder to the churches to seal the lips of the preacher Kemember reader that all this is and other evils of gigantic magnitude are flourishing in this good day and hour right under tho stars and stripes the emblem of our glor ious liberty How is it possible for the men work Â¬ ing for 1 and 2 a day to pay rent and living expenses and compete iu tbo buy Â¬ ing and building of homes with the men whose income is counted by the hun Â¬ dreds and thousands of dollars monthly It Is simply impossible for the worker on small wages to ever own a decent habita- Â¬ tion It is impossible for the rent pay Â¬ er to compete with the rent taker in the buying of land and the building of homes If the various governments ol the world had divided their people into two classes and declared by statutory law that one class should live forevor and their children after them live on the labor of the other oven tho average old partyito could soe the Injustice of such a law But when the same identical re wild are brought about through the opÂ¬ eration of a barbaric system df economics through rent and interest tbey are un- Â¬ able to we it The deep dark besotted and benumb- IgaoMRce ol the maseee of mankind awl tb 0Mt craft hypocrlcy and Ilea of ruin toehf 1 tfceir ImiIsw jhsatoeni 13400 bm Wty aay to la Get off lamaiaee people Mjtmim with coaaoo ay aaW nnti sMtval eUed out mmlrerfe mdmyumkt aejr Â¬ 1 It may be true that under existing conditions tho business of the world could not bo transacted without credit It Is estimated that per cent of tho worlds present business Is conducted upon a credit basis It constructs and operates railroads opens mines improves farms and builds bouses and Is thus an agent and promoter of civilizttlon Credit pays capital for permltlng Itself to be employed in reproduction and transfers it from hands that cannot use it into hands that can It enables those who have industry but no capital to en- Â¬ joy the advantages of both It repre- Â¬ sents the value which is attached to a mans word to the skill and experience he has acquired and to tho relations he has established These should undoubt- Â¬ edly be considered as in some sense a mans capital In short credit Is an esti- Â¬ mate of a mans ability and disposition to fulfill business engagements On tho other hand credit is a tax up- Â¬ on labor because prices on credit are always higher than for cash Moreover those who take credit and pay aro charged to make up average losses from those who do not pay Cash discounts show the cost of credit Then too credit favors extravagance and speculation It is easy to spend or risk money which has cost neither labor nor selfdenlal but merely a promise to pay While credit may enable those who are temporarily embarrassed to draw upon the future for present necessities still those who buy on credit pay much more than they would on a cash basis Credit Is the opposite of money for it pays nothing Debt is a thing to be paid and money is tho thing that pays it Tho man who buys with money uses the realized profits of the past If he buys on credit he utilizes the value of a futute payment Credit is too often only the transferr- Â¬ ing of a payment from the present to the future with a diminished ability to pay Â¬ I was under tho caro ot a physician for two years and ho was treating mo for stomach and liver troubles and female difficulties but I only grow worse nnder hs treatment I was so weak I could do hardly any work I was at last Induced to try Hoods Barsaparllla and Hoods Pills and theso medicines havo done mo so much good that I now weigh 112 pounds and am ablo to do all my house- Â¬ work I firmly bellovo I should have bocn inmygravotodaylf It had not been for My littlo girl was Hoods Barsaparllla afflicted with phthisic I gave her Hoods Barsaparllla and It has relieved her Mrs It S Hatifer 701 University Avonuo Knoxvlllo Tonncasco The Draft of the Wlilu Tires Materially Lighter Than the Narrow on Nearly All Kinds of Iloads Uroail Wheels on the Farm Cost No Greater Uttr Death Edward Edwards 79 of South Charles Â¬ ton O died of lnjurlos received by being struck by a frejgbt train Albert Bsalof Kostor Deal New York died Saturday muslo hall proprietors night at his horns in Now York city of nervous trouble from which ho had boon suffering since last February He was and born in Uerlln Germany 64 years ago ago came to this country when 91 years of HOW Is tho best In tact tho Ono Truo Blood Purifier Be sure to get Hoods At all driiRglsts ssft ciirollvcrlllicaiytoUko rlOOCl S PIUS easy to operate 25 cents Hoods CONDENSED Sana- - parilla NEWa The RightRemedy The disastrous effects of potash and mercury which the doctors always pre- Â¬ scribe for Contagious Blood Poison should convince anyone that these are not the proper remedies for this horrible disease Instead of forcing the poison from the system and getting rid of it forever potash and mercury only bottle it up and by driving in the outward appearance of the disease induce the patient to think he is being cured But he sees his mistake before long when his joints become stiff and his bones ache often his hair will fall out by the handful and if he follows the doctors advice and continues to take his medi- Â¬ cine his ringer nails will dropoff There is a cure for this destructive disease though no doctor has ever yet cured it Of course they may pronounce a patient cured but the disease has never failed to return with increased severity SSS Swifts Specific is a permanent cure and is the only remedy tree from harmful ingredients It is the only blood remedy which is guaran teed purely vegetable and for twenty years its proprietors have offered one thousand dollars reward for proof that it contains a particle of potash mercury or other min eral ingredient Mr W RNewman a well known young man residing at W R NBWMAN Staunton Va tried various other treat ments but found no relief until he took SSS He writes I was afflicted with blood poison and the best doctors did me no srood thoueh I took their treatment faithfully In fact I aeemed to get worse all the while l took almost every so called blood remedy but they did not seem to reach the disease anil had no effect whatever I was disheartened for it seemed that I would never be cured At the advice of a friend I then took SSS and began to improve I continued the medicine and it cured me completely building up my health and increasing my appetite Although this was ten years ago I have never yet had a sign of the disease to return Mr E L Hlte also of Staunton had the samedlseaseand his experience was similar to the above He says S S S is cer- Â¬ Items on Vurl ons Subjects Especially Prepared Fof the llatr Iteailer Xntlmn A Hitchcock of St Louis has been offered and has accepted the minis- Â¬ tership to Russln An advance of from 10 to 15 per cent has been made In the price of all foreign crockery caused by the new tariff bill John T Hastings confectioner of Shel byville Ky has assigned He hod been In active business there for nearly 40 yeurs Poveral Illicit distilleries have been dis covered almost In tho heart of Chicago Samuel Marlow a Prussian Jew and his son ar tho only ones so fur arrested Tho Indians on the Wlnnobngo reservation are celebrating tho wilu of their wheat crop by a sprue and a war dance and threaten tho annihilation of tho reservation authorities An open outbreak Is feared Fifteen moonshiners and n number of other men charged with violating various revenue laws havo boon arrested and lodged In Jail at Huntsvllle Ala among the number was John Stubbleflold ths father of moonshiners Klslo Dick tho daughter of Mrs Thomas Dick of Louisville has been asleep for 27 days She was suffering from typhoid fever and afjtor tho fever had mged for two days she tank Into It stupor from which sho has not recovered What promises to be tho best well yet struck In the fields surrounding Marietta O is tho Chicago Oil companys well on tho Malr farm at Hendcrshot The capacity of tho well is estimated at 800 HARD OM HOUSES barrels ikt doy Tho woll lies a mile From L A W Bulletin buyond the developed field amounting to an average of ono third or a load pt 2000 pounds could bo Crimes and Cnsunltlo drawn with tho narrow tires ri easily Theodore Itussoll 41 of Muncie Ind was fatally injured at the Bennett brick as 2000 pounds on tho broad tires works by several tons of brick fulling on When this same road had been wet to a him great dopth by continued rains and Hubert Acra S of Rising Sun Ind thomud had becomo stiff and sticky was drowned In tho Ohio river at Grant so that it wonld gather ou tho wheels Ky while In bathing Ills body was retho diffcrenco was again Inrcelv in fa- covered of tbo narrow tires In this caao a James Miller 10 of Marlon O while vor playing ball was hit on tho head by a load of 8200 pounds was drawn with pitched ball and died of concussion of the the same draft on narrow tires as a 2000 pound load on the broad tires brain thenext day Theso two aro tho only conditions of Tho boiler of a sawmill opposite Mound City Ills in Kentucky exploded killing tho dirt road in which tho narrow tires Captain Hawking the owner and Injuring showed to advantage viz Whon tho 15 others Hawkins was from Kewanea surfaco is too wet soft or sloppy to Illinois compress nnder tho broad tires and is Ell Hurney fiitally shot V B Green at nudorlaid with a hard dry snbstratnm Whitehead Ala because ho was forbidden In tbo uaturo of tho caso this condition to visit Greens daughter Tho young woman saw the shooting and tried to pro of road surfaco is of short duration If tho rains ceaso a few hours of sun in tect her ruthor Burney flod tho spring summor or fall will dry tho Dawson the son of Leonard Anderson of Steubonvlllo O was drownod surfaco materially or so that it will while Ashing His two companions wero compress and pack nnder tho broad so badly frightened they ran horns and did tires enabling a given load to be drawn not tell of the drowning until the next over its surface with tho wido wheels day with much less draft than on tho nar- Â¬ At Ellzabfthtown Ky Edward Show row ones If moro rain falls this sub- Â¬ ors a mulatto aged 25 years shot and stratum is softened and tho narrow killed his sweetheart Jano Thomas at ths tires cnt deeper resulting in a Kreatly residence of Bunker Qrimcs whero sho was employed as domestlo Jealousy was Increased draft compared with tho broad tires tho oause Tho second couditiou of dirt roads fa- Â¬ By tho explosion of an oil well boiler vorable to narrow tires is when tbo mud near Marietta O Amos Miller was killed his infant daughter fatally scalded and is deep and stiff and sticky enough to his wife badly injured The derrick was gather on tho broad wheels A careful demolished and several persons had iiilrno observation for tho last two years has ulous escapes shown a stiff poorly drained clay road Den Toney living near Qreencastle to bo in this condition but n few times Ind was shot and killed by Sainual and thon for but a short while Gardner Tho men were brothers-in-laOu and had quarreled Toney threatened havo meadows and pastures the results been strikingly in favor of the Gardners life Both had guns and Gardner sent a load of shot Into Toneys head broad wheels Whon the meadows aro soft from 8000 to 4000 pounds may Fires bo honied on tho broad wheols with tho Supposed enemies set Ire to tho hay eamo draft as that required to haul a barn belonging to Caleb Harsh near load of 2000 pounds on tho narrow Delaware O and It was destroyed On stubblo land and plowed St Andrews Episcopal church at Koko wheels mo Ind was burned tho fire starting ground the results aro favorable to tho broad wheels from tho machinery In the basement Tho experiments practically demon A Are at Eaton O destroyed tho now strato that tho impression that tho broad fuctory of tho Eaton Creamery company valued ut about 0000 Tho Are started wheols in tho average condition of road near tho engine The loss was Only par will increaso the draft is wrong tlutly covered by insurance In round numbers tho sum of 20- Incendiaries flrod tho postofllce at 000000 is paid out each year for the Galena Ind and with an adjoining maintenance of our pnblio roads outside building It was burned down Miss of tho cities This cstimato docs not Florence MoDanlels newly appointed postmistress charges enemies with tho include tho cost of permanent improve- Â¬ ments All improvements must como deed from expenditures abovo this amount A Collection of InterestingÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Elaborate testa of tbo draft of wldo and unrrow tires extending over n period of 1 yearn bnvo recently been completed by tho Missouri agricultural experiment station nt Columbia writes n correspondent of tbo St Louis Globe Democrat Theso testa havo been mado on macadam grnvol und dirt roads in nil conditions nnd also on tho meadows and plowed fields of tho experimental farm Contrary to publio expectation in nearly nil caees tho drnft was materially lighter when tires 0 inches vrido woro used tlinn with tires of standard width Tho lopd hauled was in nil cases the gome and tho drnft wns most carefully dotermiucd by means of n self record- Â¬ ing dynamometer On macadam streets hard nnd Etnoolh ns an average of all tests tho difforenco of draft was in favor of the 0 inch tire and the Bnmo draft required to haul n ton load with narrow tirca over this street lmnlcd moro than IU tons with tbo broad tires On gravel roads tho results show that tho draft re Â¬ quired to baul 3000 pounds with nar- Â¬ row tires hauled 2010 pounds on tho broad tires On dirt roads dry nnd hard nnd frco from ruts tho broad tires pulled moro than one third lighter sinco 2700 pounds could bo hauled ou tbo broad tires with tho eamo effort required to haul 2000 pounds on tho narrow tires On n dirt road cut into rata by tho nar- Â¬ row tires in tho ordinary travel with hard surface tho results aro in favor of tho broad tiro after tho second ran oven when tho broad wheels aro run over tho rats made by tho narrow tires On mud roads spongy on tbo surfaco and soft nndcrnoatb the broad tires drew one half lighter than tho narrow tires Thrco thousand and sixty pounds on tho broad tires pulled as light as 2000 pounds on tho narrow On tho Bnmo road when soft and sticky on top and firm underneath tho narrow tires palled materially lighter tbo diffcrenco TO FIND OUT Fill a bottle or common glass with urine and let it stand twenty four hours a sediment or settling indicates an un- Â¬ healthy condition of tho kidneys When urino stains linen it is evidence of kid Too frequent deslro to noy trouble urinate or patn in the back la also con- Â¬ vincing proof that the kidneys nnd blad Â¬ der are out of order WHAT TO VO 5 Thero is comfort in tho knowledgo so often expressed that Dr Kelmors Swamp Hoot the great kidney remedy fulfils every wish in relieving pain in the back kidneys livor bladder and every part of tho urinary passages It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain In passing it or bad effect following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being com- Â¬ pelled to get up many times during the night to urinate The mild and the ex- Â¬ traordinary effect of Swamp Root is soon realized It stands the 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consump- Â¬ tion are curable in any cliruate is proven by heartfelt letters of gratitude filed in his American and European laborator- Â¬ ies in thousands from those cured in all parts of the world Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ chial chest and luug troubles lead to Cousumption which uninterrupted means speedy and certain death Simply write to T A Slocum M O 08 Pine street Now York giving post office and express address and the free medicine will be promptly sent Suffer- Â¬ ers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition Flease tell tho Doctor that you saw his offer in the BnECKENEioaii News Ereryboilr Bars Bo Cascarcts Candy Cathartic tho most won Â¬ derful medical discovery of tho age pleas Â¬ ant and rotrcshing to the taste act gently and positively on kidneys liver and bowels cleansing tho entire system dispel colds euro hcadaoho fever habitual constipation and biliousness Pleaso buy and try a box of O C O to day 10 B5 50 cents bold and guaranteed to euro by all druggists JOE JEFFRIES WEBSTER KY rTB n 11 onsTEs HI1E1 THOUSAND Wc nld during the past two years 30000 lllickoimilorler Typewriter In other words 30000 business and nrofessionul men instesd of payinir f 100 for a Typewriter have bought the 1ILICKENSDERFEU for 35 thereby savine themselves the neat sum oi nzz nionsr MMS I CO -- st 1 IBM 1 WED Hf WO you nave purcnasea one your snare is tint sos ana It you have not pu one will it not pay yru to Investigate and see if every word of the nbove Is not truet 1 ne largest Dullness corporations tne most prominent Duslress men the most suc cesiful lawyers and the United States Government ate wel satisfied users of this machine 11 Horm 33 Exchange Hank II lilding 1 WEST VIRGINIA SUPPLY u u u or1 uocj i w eeao GENERAL AGENTS WHEELING W VA jrVl m vw- - m eScHOb GEO YEAKEL GREAT 3c 35 BRANDENBURG KY ANOTHER BIG CUT AT THE CO B BARGAIN 3c STORE 3c Nice Plain Hemstitch- - V 3c Full sltVscrub llrush pes Fancy Calico j pes Irish Lawns worth jc Â¬ worlh 6 wWoc l5ft J QUARTERLY REPORT OF THF 59c SSPrs Ladies Opera 13c i box of Baby Shoe 298 KmersoVs Celebrated 125 o prs Mens Fin BRECKINRIDGE OLOVERPORT BANK KY TPSh JnhlU ihliy Attho Close of Business on the 30th day of June 1897 RESOURCES 79C Big Deal in Blankets Nice one at 70c 5C For 3 One pint tin Cups Big Remnant Sale this week Mason Fruit Jars 4t5C THE MARKETS ig ad tlIr tainly far ahead of flS all other blood rem Irf7 0575 833 ta0 0575 103 HO It 75 178 edies for it cures U8 115810 0 tyo3 I2I4 cases they cannot Ar llttsburs touch I was treated una 8 Cattle Prime fs 00 5 10 fair ft 00 by several good doc- Â¬ 5 00 bulls stags and cows FJ 00I1 60 tors and took various blood remedies lfght hoavy 8034 IIS but they did me no pood I then took Hogs Prime rough fl 75K8 75 Sheep 1 15 S S 8 and was cured completely and ft 1034 f 4 1084 CO fair 13 4033 75 comChoice permanently for I have never been mon fJ 6033 50 ohoico lambs 5 03 troubled with the disease since I have 6 40 vwil calves fo 6038 75 recommended S S S to others simi Â¬ Cincinnati larly afflicted and have never known it Cu- Â¬ Wheat 6800o Corn 27H33o to fail ttleSelected butchors f 1 004 40 fulr to 8 8 S is the right remedy for Conta-Â¬ medium fcJ 853 fJ 8533 00 common gious Blood Poison because it goes di Â¬ 8 25 Hogs Selected and prime butchers rect to the teat of the disease and forces 14 0334 10 packing W 8331 00 common It from the system It will cure any and rough 3 41X33 SO Sheop 13 Ql3 8 60 lambs f3 6035 60 case of Cancer Scrofula Rheumatism Uu fflo Kciema Catarrh or other blood disease Cattle Choice butchery f I 7636 S3 of the most obstinate Battue Remem Â¬ good II 1034 45 common ft XX8 fair to ber it is guaranteed ivnirvi i Review of the Grain ami Livestock Mar Â¬ kets For Auff 33 Cincinnati Touaeeo Market Hhds Offerings 9140 Rejection 374 Actual sales 177 J Receipts 2710 Tho 2140 hhds offered avcrryred J708 rur 100 lbs ugulnst 773 for 3530 lOids for the tor snaa lihda firevlous week and Wva 1800 week In The price on tho offerings ranged us folUS fcO lows 170 tl 03H5 25i Â¬ It is well known that tho narrow tired vehicles aro among tho most destrnotivo ngents known to tho publio highways Theso publio roads may bo maintained at a greatly reduced expenso by substi Â¬ tuting 0 inch tires for tho inch tires now used Inasmuch as tho cost of the wido tired wheels is not greater than that of thoso now in use also consider Â¬ ing that they aro as dnrablo as tho nar- Â¬ row tiro wheels and tho fact just dem onstrated that tho draft is not in Â¬ creased by tboir use but in tho uvcrago caso materially decreased removo tho last objection against tho gradnul adop Â¬ tion of tho broad wheel ou tho farms tho country roads and city streets For tho furm and country roads tho tiros should not bo less than 0 laches wide For tbo city streets 4 inches should be tho minimum width Â¬ Loans and Discount i lets loans to Directors S 101053 43 Losns to Directors 10000 Loans to officers 760MS Orcrdrafu unsecured S77 Due from National Danks 8 3503s 34 Due from Slate Hanks anil Danker 1141 rii 67179 9i Banking House and Lot U S Hoods Other Stocks anil llonds Specie 24c unto01 Vf0rth c 25c J1 ajedosen New Stock of 10c LidlC Linen Colhr all styles CARPETS 750 Prince Albert Suits reduced from 5c 10 doi Spools KnittinxSUk all colors 5c Celluloid Collars all styles 10c wiouiici worth sec m Currency Furniture and Flxtu es Debts In Suit Protest Acct 1015000 soooo 3iSao73 300000 J8577 ooo 00 IT jwoo 775 77 4Sc LOtUmDrJiraVne worth 00 25c J Mens slrZSlIat 49c 31511 8j Wanted Vour Country Pro I 319008 9 Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided lrofit Due Depositors as folio vrs vli t ueposits subject 10 chock on which Intrrest Is not paid i Time Certificates ol Deposit on which 3 percent Inter Â¬ est Is paid Unpaid Dividends Dividend per J s to cent declared today pay Taxes LIABILITIES paid In In cah I iS UdhKhU o ul f SO 4SI0O00 OCO OO 7959 8jjnii 97 4 mwMi 1704701 m KY APPLE 11UJ53ELLV1LLE 180400 475 ton V Purely Vegetable and is tke aly Wood reswdTCoaUlalM tto mercury potash or other jaiaeral Valaabie books on the disease aad He tree tsaeat wilt be stalled free to all who aUreM tke 4wlrt Specifle Coat pa ay i Ceofgie K SKX PW 0 0PJBjroUU i ia tat stetBtry tlM am k etwMiUy nH Hogs Yorkers ft 2S4 80 mixed V6 common packers H S0 flI 4033 tJO bheep lrimo ft 4034 60 fair to choice a 601X4 40 common ftf 6033 6 lambs 14 6035 73 Chicago Hogs SelecM butchors fa 550 CO wUed ft 76414 00 Cattl Native steers SO 60 f a4 bulls meet mIm ft gtwu tb cows ii 004J fl 7t4M W W Wmlt N i 8 60 The Intense itching and smarting inci- Â¬ dent to these dlsoases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain a Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad cases have been permanently cared by it It to equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites box and chronic sore eyes 23 cts Totter Salt Jtlioum and Eczema Dr Cadrfl CeMdiUe just what a horse needs oadltlonl vermifuge 93 Tonio blood earlier The are o food bat medlciiM and Uie beet ia bm to put a SUtta Price M bom tariiM eodttku pr rwtni wUen In ss County of Breckentldgo A B SltlUman Cashier of the llrecklni1 Hank a Bank located and doing business on Wall street In the city of Cloverport In said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report Is taall reipectsatrue statement of tbo condition or m Mb iie biuB 01 business an the 10th dY of June iSot to the best of his knowledge nnd belief and further says that the business of ssid - Mn aviou i named and not elsewhere 1 and thatmi locationreport Is the above nude In compllsnce with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating- - the soth WhCh UCh 7 V0 shalf limlie A B Skuuiak Cashier W II Bowmx Directors J J Subscribed and sworn A H - State or Kentucky Four Counts Endowed Nine Schools strong Faculty Thorough FOR SALE SHOPS AT Send for Catalogue to W 8 f RYLAND Pres IRVIMTBN ANi tUSTM V SPl YOU SHOULD 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