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PSS1 l Trflwr fv inPf THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER nolds three barrels or Hour Tins quan tity is put into tho vat and mixed with Â¬ 1 1897 CONDENSED NO 7 NEWa -- IN FROM KLONDIKE The Steamer Portland at Last Reaches Seattle Has Only 850000 on Board A Million water to make critoker dough Taking up nearly tho wholo bottom of tho vat is a lorgo whool with flanges for nixing the dough This whirls ound by tho aid of machinery at a Hgh rato of speed Doggett fell into tno vat and was whirled around at a frightful rato of speed MINERS KEEP QUIET Preparations Made For an tive Weeks Work AcÂ¬ Ins features ot the counterfeit aro as follow It is about ouo eighth of an inch shorter than th6 genuine The is a decided pink color Instead of teal cnrmluo while tho fiber throads appear somewhat heavier and tho red ellk darker It is said iho counterfeits wi pass thousands beforo they aro detected Auguet EXPEDITION SAILED Depart Seventy Five Cubans From Cleveland Florida The Tug Hearing Them A ay Carried The Span Â¬ ish Hag Hut It Was No Doubt Done Tor a mind She R OF ENCAMPMENT Cincinnati Get the Haxt IhicHinpment nnJ Pennsylvania the Commander DOINGS aA New YonK Aug 80 August Mayer formerly sheriff of Milwaukee and for many years a lawyer of this city is dead at his home hero aged 68 URUGUAYS SENSATION Furthtr Details of the Aianlnutlon of Treildent Ilorda New York Arnr 27 A disnatch io Tho Herald from Mqntevidco via Bno- nos Ayrfs givts theso details of tho Â¬ Mer Dead Expected o Bring Was Delayed try i V w The Fields Worth 60000000 Storm Delayed The Boat at St Michaels a t Aug 80 The steamer Po land from Alaskan porta Captain William hits at last arrived Kidston in commnnd of tlio steamer reported n pleasant voyage and ox plained tho dolay of three duys in reach- Â¬ ing this port by stating that a very serious storm in St Michaels dolaycd tho dischargo of his cargo He laughed when told of tho reports that the Port Â¬ land was carrying over 2000000 gold Ah a matter of fact he said thero was only about 850000 in gold dust and nuggets on board of his vessel Up to tho timo ho left St Michaels ho had heard of no nowly discovered gold ilclds From a momber of tho Portlands crow it wits learned that Captain Kidston had cxpocted tho Wcaro ono of the companys boats to conio down the Yukon with about 1000000 worth of nuggets and gold dust but as she did not arrivo in time ho decided to bring down tho treasuro on the next trip Tho United States cutter Bear it is saitl will guard tho Portand on her next trip from St Michaels to Seattle As most of tho miners will make their clean up by that time it is expected that tho Portlands cargo will bo a very valuable ono The returning miuers say that tho remarkably rich claims on Eldorado Creek will number 140 Mr Ogilvio Dominion surveyor es Â¬ timates that tho rate theso 140 claims aro now producing and considering ground yet to be worked in the next threo years will aggregate about 00 000000 To this must be added tho fa Â¬ vorable possibilities of now gulohes and tho development of claims already found but not opened so as to permit of greatest production Among tho Portlands passengers front St Michaels is Thomas Boll who has with him 80000 in gold which ho dug from a claim that cost 125 Thero have been other rich strikes on Stuart river Hunker Henderson and Indian creeks but none of theso is as rich as claims on Eldorado and Bonanza creeks Until tho wondorful discoveries of Klondike were mado ground worth Itr cents to pari with two or three foot of pay dirt was considered very good for tho Yukon and miners made fair monoy with rockers and sluices This year miners are passing entiroly over tho ground of this richness in their search for sand and gravel that will pay liko that of tho Klondike discoveries Up to da to none of tho claims show any signs of exhaustion and scarcely a dozen aro more than woll opened Every ono has largo areas of ground to be worked It is impossiblo to make anything liko an accurate estimate of the probable yield of tho mines The ground is not at all oven in richness and the width of pay streaks varies greatly Tho most important news from St Michaels is that the Yukon river steam Â¬ ers loft there two weeks ago for their last trip up the Yukon It was not certain thoy would reaoh Dawson this fall in which ovent passengers who left tho sound on the steamer Portland as early as July 25 would only reach Circle City beforo navigation closes This makes it certain that hundreds of min ers who havo left tho sound nnd Cali- Â¬ fornia since Aug 1 for St Minhaels will have to winter thero At least thoy can scarcely get started up tho Yukon beforo the river freezes over solid AH vessels touohing at St Michaels this summer havo had great diflicnlty keeping their crews who have caught the gold fovcr very soon after arriving One sohoouer from Victoria was entire ly deserted and her crow from captain to cook started up the river for Klon dike Tho crew of the schooner J M Coleman endeavored to desert also but the attempt was discovered in timo and by tho display of firearms tho men wore compelled to remain on duty Tho mates of tho schooners Jewott and Coleman and a carpenter of the Sanders were piped off at St Michaels and departed at once for Dawson Every vessel from St Michaols has como away short handed Tho Portland lost several of her orew but was able to ob tain new men by paying higher wages It has been stated that the North American Trading and Transportation company brought 750000 from their various stores and trading posts Along tho Yukon but this can not be verified Wash Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Brattle FAMINE ON THE KLONDIKE RIVER r 4 Impoulble to Land Sufficient Food to Feed Thoie Already There Aug 80 W A Ban Francisco Ryan ono of the special correspondents of Tho Associated Press en route to Yukon gold fields writes from St Ml chaels under dato Aug 15 to tho effect that thero is great danger of a famine on tho Klondike this winter Accord lag to all roports received from tho up Â¬ per country it will bo impossiblo to land food at Dawson City to support tho population already depondont upon that base of supplies K T Lyag local agent of the Alaska Commercial company at St Mlohaols declares ihat thero are already over 3000 idle men in Dawson and now par ties arriving every day yi Ohllkoot pass while tho total amount of freight landed there this year will not exceed 4600 tons of which not more than fortha provisions Miners re turning from Klondike who left thero in July report that the food was run ning very low then and it was disposed of as fast as discharged from the steamers Old timers realize tho situa tion and predict distress and death as a li of IM Klondike craze Â¬ the Â¬ Â¬ s Haw ywf aid taetwy of J UrrsAaa at W Wwt Fjf in Wff uroapM to at Tors As WHIRLED T8 DEATH Mlur CnHhei Mm IMt Out of aa Vel1 inirtT Wafc wt Dcrt a workman ta tha etweker -- - ot m Taurine Buffalo Aug 27 Cincinnatis tri Â¬ umph in securing the national encamp Striking Miners Preparing to Resjst Eviction ment for 1808 and Pennsylvanias vic- Â¬ T Claiming That The Company Owes tory in winning tho commander-in-chie- f of tho Grand Army were tho assassination of President Idiarto Borda Them Back Pay features of tho encampment Both batMontevideo was in gala attlro celebrattles wcro hard fought Tho btrugglo ing the indopendenco of Uruguay was precipitated immediately after tho which was proclaimed on Aug 25 1825 nxecutivo session was called to order Miners In The Dcaver Valley Dcstrict Alay The day according to the program Tho solcction of tho next place of meet which had boon mapped out was ono Strike ing was first taken up and tho rival repleto with festivities and feasts cities wero given a hearing Of the official ceremonies the sing Â¬ The citizens commlttco of Cincinnati ing of tho Te Donm was the most B Mel was admitted consisting of W impressive President Borda had gone ish chairman of tho Convention Incidents Aug 80 Pitthburo tho cathedral attended by a military M E Ingalls president of the around tho camps at tho Dcarmit mines to leaguo escort the members of his cabinet and Big Four railroad j Gustav Tafel mayor Â¬ diplomatic representatives from other of Cincinnati J M Blair president of Were not exciting yesterday Tho strik to leavo countries His party tho chamber of commerco Michael ers entertained tho usual number of the cathedral about Idstarted minutes after 3 Sunday visitors attended church and Ryan assistant United States treasurer Hundreds had eathorcd iu quietly made preparation for the weeks oclock and Congressman J H Bromwell of the president President Ingalls presented the claims work which is expected to bo fall of frontwellthacathedral andpassed out the was received as he and attractions of tho city in a happy activo operations Captain Bcliiugham door Ho had walked only a few stops speech and the comtnitteo retired with 25 men will go to tho Peterson when Arredondo stepped forward out Dolegato Woodruff of California premine whero tho men at work tho of the crowd and raised a pistol Besented the claims of San Francisco strikers say are filling New York and fore anyono could stop him ho had fired Oil tho first ballot Cincinnati reÂ¬ two shots ut tho president Tho first Cleveland Gas Coal company contracts ceived G2ft votes and San Francisco 214 Tho other members of the camp will ballot went wild but tho second struck votes h d not been announced when Tho Ho iu tho make tho usual morning demonstrations President Borda tho loft breast Mr Woodruff withdrew San Francisco arm of Bishop fell backward into and askod that tho selection of Cincin- against tho Plum Creek miners if they Solor and sank to tho ground nati bo made unanimous This was can evado tho deputies For an instant thore was an awful agreed to by acclamation It has been decided to start a cam silenco then a frightful uproar Tho Nominations for commander-in-chie- f Â¬ paign among tho miners of the Wheel crowd poured forward with cries and wero then declared in order and Isaao ing division of tho Baltimore and Ohio shouts and while Arredondo was belied F Mack of Sandusky O was nomi- railroad Tho miners formerly em Â¬ by several soldiers the other troops nated by Delegate Brown of Ohio J ployed in the Anderson Hackett Gcr wero thrown into line to keep tho crowd P S Uobin of Lebanon Pa was nom- mauia Nottingham Suowdon Gaston from tramping upon tho prostrate body inated by Delegate Stewart of Pennsyl villi and first pool mines will hold a of tho president Sharp cries for Orvania Georgo II Innis of Boston by massmccting at Finleyville Wednesday der from tho officers wcro unheeded Dolegato Wetherboo of Massachusetts morning It will bo addressed by M and as the crowd continued to push and and John G Linehan of Now Hamp P Uarrick Cameron Miller and others struggle the officers impcllod by the by Delegate Cogswell of New shire Tho Gastouville miners who wore belief that the lives of other officials Hampshire Mr Wetherboo later with Berved by an official of tho Pittsburg wero in danger gavo tho ordor to force drew tho name of Mr Innis and Chicago Gas Coal company with the crowd back The soldiers attacked Mack 253 Tho first ballot resulted notices to vacato their houses will resist tho crowd with bayonets and finally Linehan 181 Gobin 210 no choice tho eviction Nearly all of them for Â¬ drove it bak after many had been The voto on tho second ballot was feited wages aggregating 0000 when wonnded and several killed nover announced officially but as cast thoy went on a strike under conditions The president still breathing feebly it stood Gobin 358 Mack 349 Line imposed upon them by the ironclad was then removed under military guard haii 123 Before tho rcsalt could be contracts thoy had signed They ciaim to the city palace where ho died in a announced by the tellers the 10 Mis- Â¬ the monoy is duo them and they intend few minutes The body wa then souri votes that had been cast for Mack to remain in the houses until the acwrapped in the flag of Uruguay and ro wero withdrawn and ordered changed counts are sqnarod moved to his late home to Gobin who had received tho other When shot down the president was Spreading the Strike 12 of tho 22 votes belonging to the state on his way to reviow a body of troops 308 votes and enough This gave Gobin Beavek Falls Pa Aug 30 A rep which would havo closed tho exercises to elect Illinois and other states began resentative from tho Plum Creek coal of the day jiropcr Great excitement votes changed but while mining district has been heio siuco Sat was caused all over the city by tho to order their this was in progress R B Brown of urday morning interviewing tho min asassiuation Ohio who nominated Mr Mack asked The assassin is Avclino Arredondo an tho Beaver Valloy district and unanimous consent that the adjutant ers of to induce them to join the strike officer of tho Uruguayan army Ho is general bo instructed to cast the vote of tryingminers hero aro very reticent con- a Uruguayan 27 years old Now that the encampment for Mr Gobin making The cerning their movements but it is be- Uruguays chef is dead ho is calm and his election unanimous Tho encamplieved that tho agitation started by the declares that ho is content with his acment then adjourned for the day Plum Creek representative will end by tion Arredondo who is now iu prison Post No 128 of Philadelphia gave a generaL goiitg oat fj otniiiers iu under oloso guard declares that his Commander-in-ohief-oleGobin a rous this district and it may bo brought crime was not inspired by anything ing reception at tho Hotel Iroquois last about this week mure than a personal hatred for the night Thero was a big assemblage of president He had ho said no accomenPennsylvania veterans and much One Hundred Famlllee Destitute plices and is willing to take upon him Colonel Gobin spoko briefly thusiasm Steubesville O Aug 80 Great self all the consequences of the deed thanking tho members of his old post destitution is reported among tho miu Joae Oacstas president of the seuato for their good wishes ers at Dillonvalo and fully 100 families was nominated for president ad interim Tho department of New York G A aro on the verge of starvation Farmers by the chamber of deputies He imR gave a recoption last night to Govmediately dismissed all the members of ernor Black at their headquarters in tho fear depredations from tho hungry men tho cabinet except General Luiz Perez Ellicott square building at which a A commlttco is here soliciting for them who will continue at the head of the thousand people were present war department General Shutdown Feared Hazklton Pa Aug 80 The strike HORRIBLE STATE OF AFFAIRS WORK OF INCENDIARIES is moro unsettled than it An Appalling Death Itate In Cuba Army situation hero for some days and rumors of a Several rjulldlngi Said to Have Ileen Set has been Unpaid - lltnlnm Alinoit at an Knd on Fire In Akron O general shutdown aro current Key Wkst Fla Aug 27 A horriO Aug 28 Fire Chief Akuov ONYX FIELDS IN KENTUCKY ble stato of affairs exists in Cuba There Mandorbach and the police are investiaro 40000 Spanish soldiers in the hospiFreperationi Going on to Work Them In gating what they believe to bo tho work tals in Havana and at other principal of firebugs An attempt was made to Karneit points About 2000 aro sent back Hodqexville Ky Aug 80 The burn tho market houso ou Wednesday Siok monthly to Spain incapacitated The fire originated in tho cellar pcoplo of this section of the state aro night ness is increasing The health of tho becoming thoroughly interested in the and an investigation showed that empty city is not good Tho official reports onyx fields whioh lie 15 miles south and boxes had been piled up until they show that for tho week of Aug 12 the west of this placo in Hart and Green reached almost to the ceiling of the basement and on top of them the fire death rato was 00 per 1000 Business counties and iu the immediate vicini had been started Tho blazo was exis at a complete standstill Tho army of the ouyx fields tho excitement is tinguished before it had burned through is not being paid and a feeling of hope- Â¬ ties bo opened tho floor into tho building proper lessness prevails among Spaniards and at a high pitch Quarries will The fire that destroyed the Academy Cubans alike No ono has much faith in a short while and tho work of get ting out the onyx will be bogun in of Musio is believed to have been incen in the success of General Woodfords diary and several mysterious blazes mission to Spain earnest The situation throughout the entire Since tho roport of Professor S Gorby since then have been attributed to the island is ono of inaction Tho insur former state geologist of Indiana the same causo gents aro not ou tho move except in people of this section havo been prosKilled While on a Vllt tho case of small bodies searching for pecting considerably and it is bolfevod GnAFrotf W Va Aug 28 John of Important recent provisions Stories that tho Holds will extend over a greater engagements are unfounded The territory than that given by Professor Goodsell a farmer of central New York state aged J3 years was caught iu the United States consuls throughout the Gorby In tho Knoblick community machinery at the tannery of the United island have been refused leaves of ab where two of tho most extensive outsence and aro rostless under the re crops are found preparations are betas States Leather company at Davis and straiut Soveral of them aro ill and made to quarry the onyx and it ii said terribly mangled Ho was paying a wish torn porary relief that In this section alone several thou visit to his sou J W Goodsell who is sand dollars worth ot tho stone can be superintendent of the company and BURNED THEIR VICTIM was walking through the taunerv alono got out looking at machinery when his coat Ou the Robinson traot near Little Slack Telle How He and ChrUtopher He wub sleevo caught iu a shafting Barren river preliminary work has be Othere Slew a Ieddler Two Years Alto hurled around no less than a hundred gun and tho onyx bod is found to ex W Va Aug 80 Charleston every turn his legs si rack Pretimes tend over considerable territory Christopher Slack now serving a term liminary work has also begun on all the a sill and at His death was almost instanta in the penitentiary for burglary con- fields and it is safe to say that within neous fessed that about two years ago ho and the next few weeks quarrying will have Minora Wage lleduccd In New Mexico about a half dozen others met a peddler been begun and the work pushed Be Â¬ Ratox N M Aug 30 Notico has John Wiseman on tho road and killed sides furnishing employment for soveral been posted at tho Blossburg coal mines him for his monoy getting 35 in caih hundred men theso fields will make operated by the Raton Coal and Cokj and other valaables They burned the millionaires of tho owners company o sa reduction of 10 per cen flesh off the bones and then burled STARTLING CONFESSION in wages to take effect Sept 1 The them price now paid for mining is 65 cents Slack mado the confession under the Tromlnent Cltliem Said to Have Taken per ton bnt as tho men are employed 1art In Dynamiting a Saloon impression that the murder was about only part of the time they claim they He to get out and he would bo hung Marios Ind Aug 30 A confessiou can not live at tho reduced rate turned states evidence to save hit neok made by Walter Bush and just made Officers have gone up the river to arret Terrlhle Dltaiter In the Orient publio Implicates 80 of tha most prom the persons named by Slack as accomTacoma Wash Aug 80 The Japan inent citizens of Fairmouut in a dyna plices steamer just iu brings uows of severe miting and White Capping that oo Struck by a Fattenger Train oarred In May I8Q3 Falrmonnt U a earthquakes iu Japan on Aug 6 folBuffalo Aug 80 An Erie passen friends town and Its citizens fought to lowed by a tidal wave nnd groat floods ger train moving 65 miles an hour tne last the effort to establish a saloon A thousand houses wero inundated and Sixty SOOpennn kilcd uud inurod struck a wagon containing flvo people thero at a crossing noar Oheektowaga last Luther Morris braved the popular five Chlne e Ml ppe were nundated night Melville II Valentine aged 38 warning and early ono morning his sa Chlueie Smuggled In loon went skyward impelled by achargo was instantly killed and M O Welder Mrs Welder Eddio Welder aged 4 of dynamite that shook tho town He Wamiinutos Aug 30 The treasury years and Georgo Cole nged 87 years resumed and tho mob came and smashed department is conducting an investiga wcro soveroly injured Mrs Welder his bottles and gave him an hour to tion of charges that Chinese are being and George Cole may die The party leave town smuggled into the United States at were returning from a days outing in Hush In his confession says he was Port Townsoud Wash tho country and started to cross the the man who lighted the fuse that ex tracks just after a freight train had ploded the dynumite He tells of the passed They did not hear nor seo the meeting at which the arrangements traiu coming In an opposite were made and give the names of RS SSO- SZMS irection doctors merchants and preachers bankers who were present at the meet if Faith In the Indiana Gold Fleldt ing Fiunkliv lad Aug 27 William Rush recently experienced jollglos at Blevini ot Speaisvllle Brown county a Quaker revival and hi ooafesio4 was in town yesterday telling of th is the result of a tautened tonscieace old finds in hii locality Ha kad a Morris whose plae was blown up aayi dol that If his losses aaiMHtlag to alu wgfcHt of pare gold worth several lars and ooMidrabla flake gold watktd 16000 are not mad food lie wlt s e Ha also hail a tosMffc cats oat in Salt on diamond of tvral oarats weight ViM4f4M xw DMar which ha had ptakad s ta tha Hoosier Am 97 4 A WASHtsTpx J Klondike BUvmu has faith ta tha of supply and h thlaka that aa aa art tile dangwoas m i trfeit it OMttaaal 4U tL urt4 ku TTiTdtMtajTatsh niBiac oompaajr ooaW oevtttd ia otwaa ia taaladaaa laid o V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Havana Dispatcher dencral Weyler Havana Leaves Collection of Interesting Heme on Tart one Snhjecti Especially Prepared Tor the Haitjr Header Tho entire Southsldo squaro nt Virginia Ills was destroyed by fire The loss U b out 1200000 with 65000 insurance At tho salo of Poland China hogs at Springfield Ills a hog named Klovers Model sold for ttflOO This is tho largest price ever paid for a hog The gunboat Marietta now lying at Mara Island is ready to go into commission She has been ordered to Alaska for duty She leaves Sept 10 The Spanish government is arranging for a fresh credit with a view of strengthening her navy The navigation tax will bo the security for tho loan The Western Union Telegraph com pany had to pay II II Todd of Kokomo Ind 200 damage for not delivering a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a Pkitfo POWDER Absolutely Pure IXUVDRR CO Tai a Fla Aug 80 An expedition left hero Saturday night over tho Pnnta Gorda division of tho Plant systom The train arrived at Cleveland at 11 43 p m and 75 Cubans lauded with their baggage Each had a valise and many had bundles from two to three feet long covered with white canvas They bore no arms They at once embarked ou a tug and sailed away The tugboat carried the Spanish flag The Cubans are very much elated but many of them are fearful of the result of an expedition that started under commission Spanish colors Thoy gravely shake Matthias Bank of Somerdale O has their heads and say that no good can become a raving manluo brooding over como of it Tho Spaniards aro plrased for they predict that an expedition the thought that he would dlo of hydrostarting under tho Spanish colors is phobia beciii ii he had been bitten ii short time ago by a rabid dog likely to cud under them son of Mr and Mrs A Telegrams received here from tho deputy colloctor at Pnnta Gorda denied George liungun residing near Chllllcothe that any expedition had sailed from O has supported life for moro than threft that place His official attention was years on nothing but sweetened milk All immediately called to Cloveliud iu his other food refuses to stay on his htomach district which placo ho overlooked Fred Bunnell 30 of Indianapolis drank The rovouue cutter Forward arrived a small bottle of chloroform and then shot at Port Tampa yesterday and signalled himself through the breast He died al at once calhng Captain Rogers ashore most Instantly Ho had been out of em whereupon consultations wero held ployment soveral months und grow deÂ¬ with tho treasury officials spondent Homer Smith of North Lewlsburg O WEYLERS SLIM EXCUSE a veteran of the lute war has Invented a The Cate of Ktungellna ComIo Clincro compound for utilizing coal culm which Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ telegram announcing a death While workmen were engaged In mak ing surface excavations at the Leesvllle stone quarries near Bucyrus O they came upon the skeletons of Indians John Miller Hobert Ault and George Jones In jail at Itavcnnn O tried to break out but was discovered just In timo to prevent them gaining their liberty Albert Kneclnnd in jail at St Joseph Mo charged with bigamy Is said to have 10 wives living Seven of them will ap Â¬ pear against him at his trial next month The fullblood element of the Cherokee nation threaten troublo over the overthrow of their tribal government and the allotment of their land by the Dawes Celebrated for Its great leavening tlrensth and healthfulnest Auurei the food aeaintt alum and all formi of adulteration common to tne cheap brarw e XOYAL BAKING NKW VOItIC The Tribune Will lie Delayed General Weyler as tho result of quiot and friendly influence on tho part of Consul General Lee to issuo an order dismissing tho caso of Kvaugcliiia Cossio Cisncros inashoit time but in view of tho publicity given to tho case and tho many contradictory assertions mado in regard to it tho captain gen eral has decided to postpono action for tho present The military commander of tho Isle of Pines recently stated that many ot the statements male with reference to Senorita Cisueros wcro without foundation and that so far as ho could judgo no extremo sentenco would be imposed upon her She is confined in tho Casa Recojidas occupying a well ventilated apartment in tho company of other la Â¬ dies It is denied that Senorita Cisueros is ill She- is allowed to receive visitors on three days of tho wcok Captain General Weyler left Havana yesterday morning with a hiuall force for tho purpose of carrying on military operations in the province ot Havana Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Havana Aug 80 It is asserted hero that it was the intention of Captain been finally sentenced and that in any case the queen regent will consider the matter beforo the sentenco imposed is carried out THE REVOLT DOES NOT STOP Anamination of Pro dent Ilorda 1ulU to Cheek tho Itebele New Yoiik Aug 28 A dispatch to The Herald rom Montevideo says Tho Some Hope For Kvangellna CUneroi London Aug 30 Tho Daily Chronicle says that as a result of representations made by Hauuii Taylor United States minister to Spain the Spanish government has sent instructions to Havana that Evangelina Cossio Cisno ros be transferred to the convent of It is stated that Senorita Cis Tetuan neros may be discharged beforo she hat Â¬ Â¬ revolutionists have declared that the BBsassiuatiou of President Idiurte Borda will have no effect upon their future The war will continue The present situation they say is not ono whioh promises peace in the near future and if Dr Julio Horrent y Obes who is the most likely caudidato for president is chosen the prospect ot n termination of the wur is extremely remote He is re garded by tnu Bhuicns tho revolutionary party as their mortal enemy Avclino Arredondo tho military offi cer who shot President Borda reiterates his statement that ho had no accomHe now says that he murdered plices Seuor Borda o savo his country from bad government Tho fact that he nnd all his family belong to tho Colorados the party of which Seuor Borda was the leader seems to provo that the revo lution has nothing to do with the crime Congress will assemblo ntouce to con sider tho sit lation Iu tho meantime the president ad interim Seuor Joso Ouestas is ti ken steps to form a new cabinet Dr Francisco Bauca has been named minister of tho interior All the leading military commanders are coming to Montevideo to consult with tho new administration as ta what policy to adopt against tho rebels In the meantime reports from the field show no decrease iu tho fighting Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Uituilie Sidney O 28 Aug Abraham Monteney for many years a resident of this city died yesterduy of dropsy Monteney was famous as being the largest man in this section ot the state His normal weight was about 383 pounds but since his sickness his weight has increased to over 600 pounds A special casket had to bo made meas uring ti feet 6 inches it length 81 iuches wide and SI inches deep He had gone to the porch to get a drink of water and was found dead ota Illg Man Going to Build or Repair Write 33S155 CO 0 1 erk Crtlt W akMf Louisville Ky Lumber Doors Sash and For Prices They Blinds Shingles Steel Hoofing win ve you money m J P Will paralytic- Is dead Hon Jonathan Haro died at Upper Sandusky aged 09 years He was for three terms treasurer of Wyundot county William Gillespie of Huntington Ind Two weeks ago he hud died of lockjaw his fingers pinched while coupling cars Miss Ida Owen of Belleville Ills died Saturday of starvation Her esophagus was closed by the grippe 11 weoks ago Since when she has been unable to eat Arthur G Burley 83 one of Chicagos oldest business men died of old age H had boon a resident of Chicago for over 90 years He was the head of tho crocker and china firms of Burlsy Company William Cratly died near Mnrysvllla Before tha civil war he O of old age under Â¬ was a notable conductor of thu ground railroad for tha assistant of runaway slaves It is said he helped over at I COO slaves to escape to Canada od tlmi a re vard of Woeo was offiMtMl to any person ho would d ellvw Mm dead or allva south of Masoa DUohs Ma Â¬ Tho Chicago Tribune publishes n let- Â¬ ter from n correspondent who says that the first paper called Tho Trlbuno was published iu Portsmouth O aud was known as Tho Scioto Tribuuo Com menting on this Tho Tribune says Tho writer unquestionably makes out a valid claim for Tho Scioto Tribune as tho first of Tho Tribunes though it was named for IUcnzi Bulwcrs hero tho last of tho tribunes Still thero is not ground for tho slightest belief that tho uuino applied to tho Portsmouth paper ever met tho oyes of Mr Greeley before ho estab- Â¬ lished Tho Daily Tribune in New York in 1841 Nor wus it seen by Edward J Ryan when ho established Tho Weekly Tribuuo in Chicago in 1830 It is only fair however to say that Mr Hamilton first applied tho Bulwcr nnmo to an American weekly paper Mr Grcoleyia entitled to tho credit of first applying it to a daily scmiwoekly nnd weekly pa- Â¬ per which caused hundreds of others to uso tho sumo title though it is also true that Mr Ilyuu used it first iu Chicago promises htm wealth Millions of tons of and in any stato west of Ohio and for culm Bre mined yearly which Is practi two years beforo Mr Greeley employed cally worthless it iu New York Matilda Mulllns the daughter of a Tho Portsmouth paper may claim tho prominent and wealthy merchant of Knott numo by right of original discovery Iu county Ky and widely known for her lino of descent Tho Tribunes nio Tho beauty and accomplishments has mysteri Scioto Tribune Ryans Weekly Chicago No possible reason can ously disappeared Tribune tho Now York Tribuuo aud be conjectured for her dKippearanco Francis Schlatter who culls himself tho present Chicago Tribune Healer and who has been the wonder Jumping a Straw of Denver of Nashville of Memphis and Snmo years ago tho late Major Roddy of Canton O besides some other cities where he has given demonstrations has Owen was nt Aldcrshot and offered to back himself to mako a horso he was gone to Chicago for a two mouths stay riding jump a straw Every ono laughed Crimea and Caiualllet and although his fondness for horses wns Frank Wellurook was fatally Injured by well known none believed ho could ac- Â¬ a tsiln at Kllwood Ind Charlie Moore accidentally shot Fred complish the feat A long straw was procured and laid on tho ground Owen Parsons at Ellwood Ind He may dlo proceeded to blindfold the horso nnd Kdwurd Yunklns of Palestine W Va fell ncross a cut off saw and wos nearly rodo him at tho mark which tho animal cleared with a bound that would havo cut In two He died Instantly James Itourk an expert electric line Â¬ settled aflvobargato When ho returned man from Chicago wus killed Instantly to collect his Lots all the sportsmen had at South Bend Intl while adjusting o vanished Army and Navy Journal trolley hanger Richard Walters son of Sanford WalIlrlsht Hoy ters residing near Clay City Ky acci That wus a bright Atlanta lad who dentally shot and killed his asked his father for a bioycio and being brother Benjamin refused said O En A daughter of David Well for a man who has wheels in rider living near Illufltou Ind whllo his head I think youre mighty stingy riding on a tongue of a traction engine Atlanta Coustitutiou lost her balance and was fatally crushed with cm under the wheels Fire In New Stralghtnvllle O destroyed At Marysville O Johnnie Parthemer Jones Companys and W B Calkins aged 9 years accidentally shot Charlie lumber yards and an Ice house and dwell Lanhdawne aged 7 years with a revolving belonging to Hobert Berry a dwelling er the ball entering the right shoulder belonging to E S was It was another case ot didnt know It aged Loss about Martins no badly dam- Â¬ 10000 Insurance was loaded A Wicked Hoy A hurricane struck tho dancing pavll Hon at Luurelwood park In Chicago in Tho bicyclo stopped suddenly which several hundred people had sought Tho old man went over tho haudlo shelter The structure was demolished bar and turned a completo somersault killing Mrs Kate Brown and Injuring a in tho air number of others Thou ho sat down on tho pavement Clay Iluvey and Bruco Hall both citihard zens of Spencer W Va went squirrel Now you know how it fools to be hunting near that town Whila watch whacked there said tho boy ing a squirrel Halls gun wus accidentally And with a merry laugh ho disap Â¬ discharged tho entire load striking Hovuy Ciiic ica peared around tho corner In the bowels killing htm instantly Noel Whitehead assistant cashier of tho Post First National bank at Vienna Ills shot Shot While Alleep and dangerously wounded John J Mnnv Louisville Aug 28 Newton Wll han u cabman in tha Saratoga hotel it Chicago Whitehead claims that the cab coxseii a desperate negro was assassin man had robbed him lis was arrested ated in his home near Glasgow by ait A passenger train on tho Pittsburg Wilcoxsen was In unknown person Fort Wayne und Chicago railroad struck bed asleep and was shot through the a spring wagon ut Lima O Instantly window He belongs to o notorious killing Mrs William Miller aged 53 of family At one time ho entered anMinn and her nephew Ollte ths other negros house and kicked a dead son of J E Brechelseu a grocer at child out ot its coflln He was also tried Fort Wayne here some time ago for attempted as While In a demented condition Mrs sault on a white girl in this county but William Z Hutchinson of Flint Mich was finally released for waut of positive daughter und identification by the girl chloroformed her duughtwr hot Iva May her Mldnlsht Special Wrecked The younger died four hours later The older girl who was Shot in tho mouth Alton Ills Aug SO The midnight the breast and tho hip will probably repedal on the Chicago and Altcu wai cover wreoked In the outskirts of this city Sunday morning by tho spreading of a Ueathf Mrs L NScott well known in theat- Â¬ rail Fireman O A Johnson of Bloom inptou had an arm broken and received rical circles died at St Paul Saturday Engineer Ratferty Miss Mary Johnston 17 of MUlvule a serious injuries suburb ot Pittsburg died of excessive aleo of Bloomingtoni was iniured internally No panengers were hurt Dam dancing age fioouo George Pederson 60 a farmer residing near Batavla O was found dead in bod THE MARKcHS Heart failure Abnur Lord Andrews 61 of Columbus Ilevletr of the Grain and LTeitock Mar Â¬ O who for 87 years has been a helpless kets For Aug SO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W 1ltUburg- Cattle Prlmo 5 0035 15 fair 4 80 4W bulls ttag und cows 3 003 75 Hogs Prlino light tl BV8t 70j heavy II 4024 50 rough t OOdjI 00 Sheep Choice 14 05ffl4 10 fair 3 uOSSSO common i 5033 40 choice lambs It IXX3 9 00 veal calves to 50fl 75 Cincinnati Cat Â¬ Corn 8l333o Wheat 0o00W tle Selected butchers tl OOult 10 fair to VO common t- - 4 medium J a53 3 25 Hogs Selected and prime butchers 14 U3I 45 packing f I 8501 40 common and rough fJ 504t4 15 Sheep M 00 3 50 Umbs 3 0035 50 Â¬ IluATalo ad butchers f4 75S5 10 fair to good tt 034 Wi common J ib 3 50 Hogs Yorkers W 4u24 03 mixed 3 KMi 75 packers U 80 1 50 common feheep lrlme H JO fair to jaoice common IS fcXJD M Uwib 40 iOAi Cattle Choice h 35l ft 500t5 75 CM a4 r Jlogt KJlxed 5 50 W fcwteteM Seltctwl CaM 4 I0g4 40 mo Yomk FteywrittU yo tbM af Maf eiu T Aui whit ili aaa b io IttMjbs 44 bull tJ 50d 1 II -- W 1 4 VUi W- - ikmp m W0 Yallvtr It i ttMM 3 00414 46 CHW vr 0 Yew kmmmv ikm wmmi jJS tftftflt - H MHMMMMMfMMMHMMMii - wiWwm CTf JtV V Breckenridge fa D News Prprltr 1897 L HARDINSBURG H YELLOW LAKE Mlrscs Julia and Lulu Miotics nro on tho sick list Grandma llnrrol is stopping with Miss Dora McDanlel this neck Mr Frank Rhodes Jr is tho smiling and obllglng clerk at Mr J A Hestons now 4 Tt 0 JUottg Editors and 4 W TIME TABLE Babys Second WEDNESDAY AUGUST 25 oiaa ittr Iil7 am 65 WIST SIX PAGES AiieHieeflti rE are authorUed to announce R M Ioilvj acceDtanfe of tha namtnaftan tenfereii htm for Stale Senator by tha llrpnbtlcant ol the Tenth Senatorial District cornpovxl of the ccuntlei of nencoca anu jiieaue iwecuon iirecHennoce November 1897 CI Smith WKare authftrltedto anroance Uthe State Sen lopnlltcandtilale for ate Iron the Tenth Set atorial Uiitrkt compoied of the counties or UreckenrlrRe Hancock and Panto tr Paitenrir Dally arr Hardlnibttre eomo Dally arr llardtnibiirg11 pm Little Joo Bell continues quite ill Mits Ava Board Is visiting at Custer Miss Ada Meador Is visiting at Web Â¬ ster Chris Alii wont to Loulsvillo lost week Meade Election Norembcr 1847 -- It is said that Hon W J Bryan Is going into Mexico in October to talk on tho monoy question Tub talk about Washington among the members of tho administration is that Secretary Sherman will go out of the cabinet after tho November elections He has been long in public life and his health is falling fast Gait Hindman the gold bug candi date for Clerk of the Court of Appeals bas a big list of appointments for speak- Â¬ ing over the State The Captain is a mighty nice clever gentleman but wo fall to see wherein he hopes to be profit- Â¬ ed In this business Â¬ f Tub trustees of Adalrvllle Ky are an enterprising set of men They are men after our own heart They are men with back bone and push Adalrvllle Is a town with less than a 1000 inhabitants and yet she is going right ahead building a fine system of water works Bubino the month of July this coun- Â¬ try paid upwards of 2000000 to foreign ship owners for carryng grain to foreign ports It seems to us that this money ought to go Into the hands of our own people Everything else in this country is protected why not shipping The Hartford Republican is authority for the statement that the National Dem Â¬ ocrats will put up a candidate for Con gress in this district We would not bo surprisad at such a movement If it would play anything into the hands of the Republicans the National Democrats would take a hand in it Helping to put Republicans in office is all a candidate from their side of the question amounts to Uncle Is he a crank or is he Johnathan crazy or is he trying to make 03 percent of the best element the producing ele- Â¬ ment in society t dissatisfied and discon Â¬ tented with themselves and their neigh- Â¬ bors He forgets that tho 7 per cont of the people who own as he says their homes and lend money to their neigh- Â¬ bors to buy their homes have been with us and will still continue to be with us as long as time lasts Wealth is the most shifting thing in the universe Some have it to day and to morrow the other fellow will have it It never stands still It never has and it never will A mans rich to day and to morrow he dies and bis wealth is scattered to the four winds He leaves it to his children they get it and spend it and it goes into the hands of his neighbors children who were poor probably and they become o the the land owners the corporation magnates the bankers and so on Iligbt here in our own good county of Breckenridge this process bos been going on for fifty years to our own knowledge The men who have the money to day were the poor men of fifty years ago and in fifty years more the same changed conditions will prevail And why this murmuring this dissatisfaction this dis- Â¬ content in this the best freest and the most glorious country in Gods universe For one we are glad we live in this day and time It is lota better than it was forty years ago and its growing better with eyery year The trouble with Un cle Johnathan is that he dont know how well off ho is He dont appreciate his surroundings Hes studying the other fellows condition instead of his own He reads cranky books and listens to cranky preachers and intriguing politicians Get out of your environments Uncle Johnathan Listen to reason and common eeneo and quit your calami Â¬ ty howling well-to-dÂ¬ What is the matter with our The public school will open Septem Â¬ ber 13 Miss Maggio Smiths school will opon Sept 0 Jesse Eskridge went to Irvlngton lost Saturday Dent Brown lias a boy quite sick with typhoid fever Crawford Lyons of Sample was here last Friday Dont buy your fertilize until you see CD Payno There Is a protracted meeting in pro- Â¬ gress at Mt Zion Joel Pile of Glendeane was In town last Thursday John Squires purchased a car load of corn last week James Miller went to Louisville Mon Â¬ day to sell his tobacco Leo Meyer is still handling large lots oLbolh cattle and hogs 111 tickets were sold here for the ex cursion last xuursuay Owen Cunningham came homo quite sick last Thursday night Mies Marion Babbago has returned to her home in Cloverport Warren May and bis sister Miss Lucy are visiting at Sacremento Fenley Mitchell of Mooloyville was visiting here loot week Co ore runlng their Hook Miller flouring mill night and day Miss Lena Hensley thinks of attending the Georgetown Female College Will compare grade and prices on fer- Â¬ tilizer with anybody C D Payne Misi Mattie Wheatley of Jolly was visiting the Miss TeafThere last week Miss Lillie Scott has been in Louisville for sometime having her eyes treated Johnnie Hoben went to Louisville last eek to purchase his fall stock of goods Miss Irene Board left last Saturday to take charge of her school at Glendeane Thomas Withers and wife returned from the Nashville Exposition Monday George Jolly and John Riley went to Louisville la3t Tuesday to sell their to- Â¬ bacco Miss Verna and Zula Monarch wore the guests of Mrs Dr Milton Board last week Miss Mary Bell Baalism of Union Star was visiting Mrs Gus Shellman last week A lot of Horse Shoe Brand fertilizer for wheat See me bafore you buy 0 D Payne Sheriff Pate purchased eleven head of young cattle last week and sent them out to his farm Mrs Richard Carman and son of Bu raa were here last week visiting Mrs Robt Allie Withworth of Stephensport were hero last week visit Â¬ ing G D Shellman Mr Frauk Haswolle family left for Cloverport yesterday where they will reside in the future Mrs J A Witt and Allie and Julia Witt visited friends at Stephensport last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Virgj Hardin was hero one day last week and qualified as Administra- Â¬ tor of her husbands estate Graham Eskridge came down on the excursion last Thursday and is spending a few days with his fathers family Mrs Tom Macy who has been ill for sometime with typhoid fever took a re Â¬ lapse a few days ago and is not so well Foit Sale Charles Radenhelmers one third interest in a distillery and fixtures near Asklns Ky V G Babbage As Â¬ signee MksB Addie K and LIzzo Eskridge Allie Witt Morris KIncheloe and Jeff Dillon were visiting Bessie Eskridge last week McGuflin Mr and Mrs Mr John Rhodes dellvcrod 100 bushels of wheat nt Leitchfleld last vcek at 100 per bushel Miss Julia Coo men of Kirk was the guest of MIsaSue Rhodes last Saturday and Sunday Miss Maggio Wheatley of Kirk Is spending some timo with Miss Margie Rhodes Mr Tom Frank who has been sick with fevers for eomo weeks is able to be about again Bob Rhodts and Roy Parsons made a flying trip to this placo on their wheels lost Thursday Mr Eli Storms sold a nice lot of cattle last week to Mr Clint Ramsey of Gray Â¬ son county Mrs Ken Rhodes and Mr Jim Rhodes and wife are visiting tho family of Mr T II Rhodes of Annelta Grayson county this week The new residence of Mr Bill Dockery looks qulto nice since painted and Mrs Dockery seoms much at home and pleased with her situation Dolphle Rhodes says he Is still very partial to flowers but thinks the rose one among the fairest especially the Rose that blooms over at Mr John Com p tons Old Mr Frank Rhodes was very much pleased last week over he and his dog Bruno killing a big groundhog whilo ho was out in IiIb tobacco patch master Â¬ ing the horn worms Dr J II Hart and family have re- Â¬ turned from a pleasant visit to Hardin county where they have been spending sometime with friends and attending the Elizibethtown fair Messrs Matt and Charlio Jarbor aro having a new residence erected in tho lot just back of their store This will be a nice improvement to tho town and very convenient for Messrs Jarbers Rev Wm Gabe preached a beautiful sermon last Sunday at Long Lick He preached from tho words Ho doeth all things well Tho church was filled be- Â¬ low and above sevoral attending from Hardlnsburg Glendeane Kirk and Mc Daniels It seems our Telephone is progressing very slowly just now All the posts have been up for sometime but have not put the wiro on yet Hope tho un- Â¬ dertakers will not let It drop for surely it would be very nice to have in urgent business we rtish to transact at different points While Mr Lonnle Glasscock was re Â¬ turning from McDaniels last Saturday In his cart Mr Weber meeting him on his bycicle run into the cart from which Mr Glasscocks horse took fright jumped over the fence taking cart and all Very fortunately no one was hurt and not much mischief done Friends of Mr John Mooro will regret o here of the loss ho sustained in lose- ing his beautiful and commodious dwell Â¬ ing and more than half of his household goods by fire week before last It is supposed the house caught by sparks falling from the flue where an ironing fire had been lately kindled No one was at home but Mrs Moore MissRoxie and some Bmall children and the fire was under too great headway to be ex We hope tinguished ere help arrived Mr Moore will obtain his insurance which isabout 2000 1 believe Summer Baby maternal management comfort comes from fat fat babies have nothing to do but to sleep and grow If your baby does not seem to prosper If he does not gain In weight you must get more fat there A few drops of Is the time that tries all the care of the mother and all the skill of A SUCGESS Was the unanimous verdict of the people of Breckenridge and adjoining counties who attended the opening of the FAIR on last Saturday and from the way the store was thronged all day with eager purchasers and delighted sight seers it fully convinced the management that the PQBUfi knew a GOOD THING when they saw it and were willing to APPRECIATE it It is the intention of the Fair to give more and better values for your money than you ever received before THE FAIR does not intend quoting any prices aX the present time but simply wants the public to call and see for Â¬ I each day will put on plumpness fat outside life Inside baby and mother both happy Your baby can take and rel- Â¬ ish Scotts Emulsion as much In summer as In any ther season Â¬ I For aale by all drneeliU at joe and tx HAWESVILLE From the Clarion y Opening of llljb School Annie Raitt primary department The doesnt rely wholly on the teachers but the pupils and par- Â¬ ents should do their duty Encourago your children to attend regularly and no will vouch for the teachers 1 here is not any reason why Cloverport shouldnt have just as pros- Â¬ perous a school as any other place The great difficulty is the lack of interest taken by the patrons of the school An education is not accomplished in a day month or year virtually it takes a life time The foundation when proper- Â¬ ly constructed in school days will more or less make the road of life and easy ono to travel success of the school Th Cloverport High School oriene Monday with a fair attendance with the following corps of teachers Messrs C S Cashman of Union Star as principal Frank Beavin second assistant Miss Mary Moorman third assistant and Miss V Tho Hawesvllle hotels aro a disgrace to the town Every drummer that tries them Is on tho kick Not one ba the slightest enterprise and they aro gradual Â¬ ly ruining tho town The Haynes Ball Club hereby chal Â¬ Hancock lenges any club In Davles Breckenridge or Meade counties Con- Â¬ cordia preferred to play a game of ball on Hawesvllle grounds within next two weeks Address J J Carter Capt Hawesvillo John Allen Stephens a promlnont farmer and threshing machine man of Fellville made a deed of assignment late yesterday to Geo W Lawson for the benefit of his creditors Assets about 3000 Liabilities about 2000 The theft of 300 from his son Robert in Owensboro a short time since precipitat- Â¬ ed the assignment This is possibly the first farmer who ever assigned in Hancock county B F Temple who lives two miles out of town Is an example of what a young man can do it he will Six years ago when ho returned from college he hadnt enough money to gst his trunk out of the express office lie now owns a good farm is well fixed generally and Not is building a handsomo cottage long since he quit batching and went to boarding and with the completion of his home and so many fino girls in his neighborhood we hope to sae him even doing still better Mr J D Broshear with the Ameri- Â¬ can Tobacco Co at Cloverport was in town Saturday interviewing the farmers and ho finds the prospects for tobacco not so good He is more favorably im Â¬ pressed with the Hancock farmers than ho used to be and buys much more of their tobacco In fact he bought in ono week 85000 lbs and every leaf of it was from Hancock county Bob Pierce of Cloverport is said to have a pretty good thing on the Hawes villo Coal Mines Sdveral months ago everything was on tho drag and it was the intention of the company to abandon tho property thus letting it fill with water Fierce saw his opportunity and proposed to put in a new pump keep the water out and work the mine and control was given him He is now putting out 1500 bushels per day and could sell more if he had it Political Notes themselves THE FAIR ONE-PRICE-STO- RE SHORTS NEW BUILDING man on the Republican ticket Mark Hanna Miller is next with Drlskeil puii i ninnn finfl Shellman ta he says will lead the ticket and that Asa Hardin will lead Owen Cunningham by 150 He thinks the fusion ticket will win by majorities ranging from 150 to 300 Bob Jolly to whom he was talking was jusc of the opposite opinion The Hon D R Murray is not alarmed about the three cornered Senatorial fight in this district He says that matters will adjust themselves and that Ashcraft will bo an easy wiuner in November Nkw Providence Tank Oct 27 1897 J C Mendenhall Evansville Ind Dear Sir Please ship as soon as pos sible i Gross of your Chill aud Fever Cure as offered in your letter of 25th I consider your Chill Cure the best in the raprket Yours Respectfully V W Smith Short Haynes CIOVBrpOTt Kjf wALL STREET iri All The Nuggets AreNotinthe Â¬ Klondike We have them in the shape of Bargains in MR SAM SULZERS WILL Numerous Bequests Made to Children Relatives and Down in Hancock the political pot is From the IoulvilIe Time MOTHER and about Public Speaklnr for the By agreement the candidates on the Citzins and Republican ticket T I t k f various county offices will speak at the following limes and places Stephensport Monday September 0 Mooley vllle Tuesday September 7 Union Star Wednesday September 8 Webster Thursday September 0 Irvlngton Friday September 10 Bewleyvllle Saturday September 11 Custer Thursday September 1C Hudsonvllle Friday September 17 Garfield Saturday September 18 Hardlnsburg Monday September SO McDanlel Tuesday September 21 Glendeane Wednesday September 22 Itockvale Thursday September 2 Balltown Friday September 24 Cloverport Saturday September 25 McQuady Monday September 27 Speaking to begin at 1 oclock Mikb MiLLEn CD O O R II McMullen O P P O O Allen R Kinciixloc O R O 0 Mr aud Mrs G W Beard accom Â¬ panied by their grandaughters Nettie and Ada Beard are attending the exposi tion at Nashvlle Mrs Bon Macy died at her home near here h s Wednesday with tvnliold fover Her remains were interrtd in the ceme Â¬ tery at Freedom Clanney Dellavens now warehouse is about completed We are glad to note something now and on the road of pro Â¬ gress and Improvement P M Beard Jeff Hook John Hoolr Joe Cox Nat Hook and M II Beud composed a fishing and hunting party to Rough creek last week Mrs J A Witt Allie and Julius Witt and Misses Allie and Julia DtJernett and Taylor Babbago spent an enjoyable evening out at Mrs Blythes last week Attention Running sores Indolent ulcers and similar troubles even though of many years standing may be cured by using D Witts Witch Hazel Salve It soothes BtreBthfl and heals It is the great pile ewe Short Haynes W A Bate wHk who has been very low 1 I if if K BBetjfc K f mmi tfyhoJd fever for the last eight or tlBU wm thought iM jmuI for ImiHovlBg my rapWIy mc Hr 1 w llifll pil - jvn VHt triMt MJOIefM altft i be ot Me yara pickling vinegar Your pickles pre Â¬ served and ready for table use without useing brine For sale by J II Hook the baker The Cincinnati Cooperage Company has stacked about sixty thousand staves on their yard near the depot ready for the bucker There are also ttn thous Â¬ and cross tics stacked on the depot grounds NoTiCE This is to ceitify that R May of Hardlnsburg is our agent at said plrcs for the falcon coal No pther man 1 as a right to sell tho old famous Falcon coal Any man with theexcept ion of R May who is caught selling coal under the name of the old Falcon will be proKevteHl to the fur extent w - Hi v Wf jwk M ladies Use Heinzs el wu--- And therd are just lots of fellows who bolleve all such twaddle Tho Senatorial race Is In a tangle and the Republicans are making much capi Â¬ tal out of it They claim that Jolly will be an cosy winner in the three cornered fight that Is now on Tho Democrats la nA 4 n are a little worried over th6 situation affect Mother iscna They are fearful It willPopulist their coun-Â¬ ty races Smith the candidate 19 II bled to lookfor II ward without is a strong man in the ccunty with his dread suffering or gloomy fore- Â¬ party and it Is conceded that ho will poll bodings to the hour when she tho full streng h of his party which is experiences the joy of Motherhood about 300 votea in the county In theÂ¬ Its use insures safety to the lives event that ho does it gives Jolly a ma of both Mother and Child and she jority in the county of 200 to 300 over is found stronger after than before Ashcraft If the same thing happens in confinement in short it makes Breckenrldgo the Populist vote going to Childbirth natural and easy as Smith It will give Jolly anothor majority so many have said Dont be of 100 to 300 which tho Republicans persuaded to use anything but claim will give him the race It all de Â¬ If she comes up pends upon Meado OATARHH with her usual Democratic majority Ash ii a dis-Â¬ cralt will win it not this Senatorial LOCAL DISEASE laj Ii the rnull cfeoliLi trict will be represented by a Republican an luJJtn climatic This is the situation as we gather it from Â¬ My wife suffered more in ten min t binge leading Democrats and Republicans in Â¬ utes with either of her other two chilThJ rrvnetr doo not it is contain kny mercury or dren than she did altogether with her Hancock We give it for what oilier Injurioat drug last having previously used four bot worth If the Democrats and Populists tles of Mothers Friend1 It is a persist in running two men for the same ELY8 blessing to any one expecting to be- Â¬ CREAM BALK ears a customer place when they ought to unite ob om come a MOTHER Hxndkrson Dalx Carml Illinois there la a chasce for boh to be Oio and clean tha Faiaifet Atari betides it jopodhe the fuefea Uck4s ia COLD N HEAD Pala aad IaUawtiaa Heala aud Protest the Mem- Of Drawlttaat N MiOrMnt braxpraw on rtealpt Haseock u well m ia TckwWf of Taet and braae roaCoMa Rtwtorea the tan o prtaa Write for book oontetaiiw tMUaiolala feUy akavaed Give reWrfat once JeMlllralwUqElUtfe4M ho faT 1 at Dntjajieu er fcy ataJM una 1 1 ceatt M4 Talaaeto lnJorasMo for aH Matfeata free a ceela 9he aMtMeU Kefleeaeaf Ce AMaaAe 6a tlw optaloa Wt Vmtim k tha holy recollections cluster as that of Mother she who watched over our helpless infancy and guided our first tottering step Yet the life of every Expectant Moth- Â¬ er is beset with danger and all ef- Â¬ fort should be made to avoid it so assists nature in the change tak- Â¬ ing place that Â¬ beginning to boil at a lively rate Both parties are organizing their forces get- Â¬ ting their men in line their pickets on duty and before many suns there will be one of the hottest political contests rag Â¬ ing that was ever known in that good old county It is a close fight in Han- Â¬ cock Neither party has any votes to spare Both are claiming it by majori Â¬ ties anywhere from 40 to 75 and either would be satisfied with 25 or even less The Republicans aro very jubilant They hold the fort and have a sentinel There is no on duty at the Court house motlrg word so full every fellow who comes in with a smile of meaning and a shake and singing which such tender and Wheat tp Sliver down McKinley is the man Who brought it round Mothers 1 mm rl lUllil LPIfttfln IK Samuel Sulzers will was filed in pro bate in the County Court today To his son Frederick he leaves his gold watch and chain His carpenter tools in the part of the house used by blm as a work shop he desires to go to his other son Oscar Louisa P Prinz his daughter is to have the choice of any one of three combination book cases and writing desks To his daughter Ida S Beecher he bequeaths 000 in cash his piano and the right to divide among his children the family portraits retaining such as she may wish for herself Two seventeenths of the remainder of the estate he leaves to each of the fol lowing Joseph F Suzar Elizabeth M Scholl Louisa P Prinz WmT Sulzer Ida S Beecher Oscar R Sulzer Fred- Â¬ erick NV Sulzsr He gives Mrs Samuel L Suzer one soventeeth and to each of his grandchildren Julius Edward Ho also and Emil Nolte forgives to Samuel Sulzer tho dobt he owes him All money advanced to bis children as gifts is not to bo chatgad against them when the final division of the property is made But all notes given by them aro to be charged Any of the children who may so wish may reside In the house on Jacob Btreet between Floyd aud Preston rent free for the first six months after that at a yearly rental of 500 F V Sulzer and Chas E Beecher are made executors without bond Tho In strument under date of January i lait was witnessed by W II Hill and F Schneider Â¬ Glassware Queensware Crockery Handsome Glass Sets Dinner Sets Tea Sets Chamber Sets EVERYTHING NEW All the new decorations are represented in our stock Of course you -- Â¬ know we are the leaders in Low Prices t VEST gjgIgmMgg Miss Molly Hambleton returned to her home In Owensboro Monday The health of tho community Is not Miss Mollie Wliltehouse lm wtwnep good 1fyf after a visit of a week in Ckmiwrt O B Pate and wife spent Sunday at Yon sever Ishow how yaw iMlgbbors Tar Spring are getting alog vvitm vvt Ulce the James flergen Owensboro Is hero vis Â¬ T Nkws iting relatives The light limnr Smttky tvwliii MIm Mabel Fraalr of Roc V port Is vls qtwwhd the itiBg relatives here toejMM extttU Mm Wm Dafeoww of Oh Mo b vWMug lektlvefl bre ftmml from UmiU tt to Ttont will h a is hum umii al Harts 8 0 J milks Tbwjdy b MOTHERS FRIEND CATARRH SATTINGLY Â¬ dfUd Nl thWriUloB A t Mia M li 2 laatrii tlk ai tfn Jt m nia m jieS mi ll lwh tp1 MthaUMMBP wvfZ7wj T wuMtnr mi TfiiVnl wn BftECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY NEWS 1 SEPTEMBER 1897 WVW 1 JO HI RA THR BRROKRHRtDGR KtRWS GIkOVRKLFORT KY m - -- ry 5 tW MW X DEMOCIUTIC SAM TICKET FOR C1KUK COUIIT OV AIMKALSl SHACKELFORD NA f ff If WV Ifc V V fy - ff L f- - f f fi K U- - T tf if s - ft u k tfi fcNP I It - r was quito an experienced housekeeper thing about your manuscript that I said n well known cooking authority I thought for n beforo I knew what tho beard of an fulled to understand FOIt COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY oystor was It is I bollovo tho littlo miuuto that you wero forgetting how to S CIIELE WEED spell frill FOR STATE SENATOR If thero is anything I prido myself Tho question then occurred Why ASHORAFT ELIJAH With on it is being n good spoiler I havo ofshould this portion bo romovod our American oyster thero is no occa- Â¬ ten wished that I had put in tho timo I spent in acquiring tho art of spoiling sion to remove it and wo uover do it No doubt many a new housekeeper words of six syllables in learning to calhas felt guilty of omitting to do some Â¬ culate compound interest I know that Your reliability in thing that should bo done when sho served her husband oysters with their that respect made tho sentence that I beards on Sho folt doubly guilty rofor to all tho moro mysterious May bo it was n slip of tho typo when ho praised thorn and declared thoy writer wero tho best oysters ho had over eaten Possibly It would havo looked abÂ¬ Prob bly sho kept tho secret until sho FUSION TICKET consulted some old housekcoper who surd if I had not happened to catcli it AFTER A HEAVY R A IK FOR nEIItESKNTATIVE t promptly told her sho didnt know what At tho bottom of tho last page instead From L A W Bulletin To bo continued in our J H LENNIN and tho rata of wear would seem to de- Â¬ tho beard of on oyster was and that cer- Â¬ of writing customary you put To bo noxt as is FOR COUNTV 1UDCK pend directly upon tho hardness of tho tainly no ono nowadays evor removes it This expression is generally found in continued in our necks mad stono used in its construction and W E MINOR And you changed it yet so many factors havo to bo taken old English works of the order of tho FOIl COUNTY CLKHK Of course into consideration in choosing a road Complete British Housowifo It is prob A M HARDIN Im sorry you did I wautcd this motal that it is found that tlui question ablo that this portion of tho oysters of T A McGILL Deputy story to bo something particularly real of hardness important as ft may bo Great Britain is especially tinctured FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY istic I wroto it in our necks because with thoir coppery flavor and was for when combined with other qualities GUS BROWN morly removed Certaluly no ono today thats whero wo writers of this stylo of of greatest consequence singly is not invariably cct it from both tho FOrt CIRCUIT CIRIIK Quartz tho hardest of our common who oats his oysters at Dclmonicos or fiction Dotroit R S SKILLMAN minerals nscd alouo docs not mnko a at any famous restaurant finds tho frill publishers and tho critics FOR SlIKRWs desirable road stono as its dust is lack- Â¬ or any portion of tho mollusk oxcopt Freo Press ing in cementing power it has a law tho shell missing Servant In Japan RICHARD OWEN speciflo gravity and is very brittle Servants are very cheap and very good FOR JAILER A Caro for Bilious Colio qualities wo should seek to avoid in sein Jupan Tho foreign housowifo has J D BEELER lecting a road material ItEfouncE Screven Co Ga I havo nothing to do and sho lives likon queen FOR ASSESSOR On tho other hand rocks as soft as been snhjtctto attacks of bilious colic Tho Japancso cooks aro far better tliau REV GEO E MORRIS limestones and slates aro quickly ground for several years Chamberlains Colic most American cooks and 20 a month FOR SUfT SCHOOI5 to powder and aro rapidly carried away Cholera and Diarrl ou Remedy is tho Svill pay tho board and salaries of tho K HARMAN by water and wind action Hardness is a charm help of an eight room houso A certain of importance in tending to resist tho only suro relief It acts like FOR SURVEYOR foreign resident in Tokyo who livos as One dose of it gives relief whpn nil other abrasive effect of wheels and tho feet of well as n millionaire would in tho JOLLY sale animals but brittlcncss promotes crum- Â¬ remedies fall G D Siixni For United States pays his cook 5 a month FUR CORONER bling under tho impact of blows there by A tt Fisher Cloverport and R A His bntlor gets 260 and his gardener BISHOP LEE by delivered Shellman StephenBport nnd second girl get about tho same When tho way passes through woods These servants nil board themolvcs and Tho Pompom Colonel or when largo trees occur along tho tho cook does tho marketing Tlio houso T roadside tho integrity of tho founda- Â¬ Tho following incident occurred at a rent costs less than 20 a month and a tion may bo disturbed by tho forco of ball in Berlin A colonol advanced to- Â¬ coachman could be had at 5 a month growing roots In this connection it ward a young lioutonaut who bore on moro Thero is no troublo in gottiug will be woll for thoso having obargo of his breast as solo docoration a large good servants and thoy watch after beautifying our thoroughfares to plant badgo riohly set with diamonds Toll thoir employers interests and seo that trees tho roots of which lead downward mo young man ho said what is ho is cheated by nouo other than them- Â¬ It is selves Exch auge rather than horizontally that thing you havo got thero replied tho lieu- Â¬ an ordor my colonol Anordorl exclaimed tho colo- Â¬ tenant STATE AID FOR ROADS It Saves The Croupy Children nol It is not Prussian then for I dont Feaview Va We have a splendid The Kxpento of Highway Improvement know it REPU11LICAN TICKET It is an English order my Bhonld Be Borne by All colonol responded tho juvenilo officer salo on Chamberlains Cough Remedy Itoads aro used for plcasuro as well said his superior who and our customers coming from far and Ah indeed FOR REPRESENTATIVE as for traffic This uso of good roads by for goodness sako could havo given near speak of It In the highest terms JOHN P HASWELL JR My grandmother town peoplo is groater than tho samo you such an order Many havesald that their children would FOR COUNTY JUDGE Your have del of croup if Chamberlains uso by farmers for tho farm population my colonol was tho reply WM AHL has less of leisure This is especially grandmother ejaculated tho colonel Cougi Remedy had not been given FOR COUNTY CLERK true of tho women and children In tho bursting out laughing What is her Ourren The 25 aud 50 cent Kkilam OWEN CUNNINGHAM country thoy are busily employed whilo name Her majesty Queen Victoria r FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY i answered tho young sizs for salo by AR Fiiber Cloverport tho women and children of tho town queen of Eugland havo tho leisure for driving and riding lieutenant who was uono other than and R A Shellman Stephensport R N MILLER On account of thoir uso of good roads Princo Albort of Slcswick Holstein FOR CIRCUIT CLERK t Flecea and Wholei for ploasuro town peoplo should help to Tho colonel suddenly disappeared SHERMAN BALL Proprietors of stores whero musical pay for thorn FOR SHERIFF peo- Â¬ Thousands of peoplo now uso bicy- Â¬ Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic instruments nro sold say that many V B BURTON cles Njnoty por cent of theso wheelmen cures chills permanently A sura appe- Â¬ plo seem quito uuablo to discriminate IOR JAILER botwecu such establishments and thoso aro town peoplo Thoy would profit by com- Â¬ A perfect blood purifier good roads This is so plain that thoy tizer GUS SHELLMAN in which printed inusio is doalt in It will give color to As an iustanco it is related that a uro tho foremost advocates of good plete strengthener FOR ASSESSOR roads Profiting by good roads they the face and change that fallow complex- Â¬ young man camo into u piano storo and JOHN H COMER should bear a part of their cost This ion to a beautiful ro3y hue It corrects askcil FOR SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS Do you sell piano pieces hero they can do only through state aid disorders of the stomach and ni s digest Â¬ ANDREW DRISKELL No answered tho salesman Good roads removing tho isolation ion Overcomes neryous depression and FOR SURVEYOR nothing but pianos wholo and dreariness of farm lifo would oper low ppirits It will restore exhausted CHINTZ ROYALTY Tho intending purchabcr opened his ato powerfully to lessen tho movement and nursing mothprsto full strength nud oyos in n wldo and puzzled way and FOR CORONER of farm population to tho city a movo bone and muscle for wont out apparently wondering whether ineut that has been oxecssivo until pop- Â¬ energy and make JOHN SPENCER ulation is congested in tho cities This children Guaranteed -- Short A HaynS tho salesman thought ho wanted a frag Â¬ ment of a plana Youths Companion would reduco tho overcrowding of city Tli Bad Olrl Joke Adam Knew the Flood Waa Comingindustries leading to steadier employ- Â¬ Guinea rig Farming This was tho joke of tho bad girl of ment and bettor wages and as a largo An apocryphal book called tho Less Â¬ the school Sho was likewise considered percentage of population would bo en Â¬ er Genesis and woll known to tho England has threo guinea pig farmers the brightest but tho combination of gaged in agricultural pursuits whilo a early Christian fathers tells a wouder one of whom exports 160000 yearly to tho two qualities did not keep her al- Â¬ lessened peroentaga would bo engaged ful incidontiu tho lifo of Soth the third France where thoy aro used at restau ways on the best of terms with tho un Â¬ in other pursuits thoro would bo n sou of Adam and Eve When tlio goodly rants as rabbits tho flavor of tho flesh fortunate man whoso duty it was to greater comparative production of food Seth was about 40 years of ago ho was being identical in tho two animals direct her young mind in tho paths of products wool and cotton Tho result rupt up into heaven by a trio of nn The industry is said to bo very profit learning It was on ono of thoso special would be lower prices and tho incamo gels and there told and shown what was able occasions when sho and tho learned in- Â¬ of town peoplo increased by steadier in store for mankind Among otbor The Angela Bird structor had had a difforeuco of opin- Â¬ employment and higher wages would things tho coming of tho great delngo When traveling in tho forests of Gui As to who was to blame thero purchase moro food and olothing Suro ion was made known to him as was also ana and Paraguay it is not uncommon woro two different viows Tho ono fa iy for this double benefit town peoplo tho coming of tho Saviour When ho re Â¬ to meet with n bird whoso rausio great Â¬ vornblo to tho pupil was hold by tho might woll pay somothing turned to earth Seth told his parents ly resembles that of au Angolus bell young woman Tho instructor did not Whilo tboro aro como just objections what had happened and of what ho bad whon hoard from a distance Tho Span divulge his view of matters But tho to statonnd county aid in roadbuilding seen and heard concerning the future call tills singular mru a doii ringwiokedest girl in tho sohool was bound thoro is no other way in which town of tho human race And Adam was iards er though it may bo still moro appro- Â¬ rovcngetL Sho set her wits at peoplo can contributo to the cost of good to bo much grieved when it was made known designated as tho Angolus work and going into tho schoolroom roads so equitably and efficiently and to him that tho world would bo de Â¬ priately like tho Angolus boll it is bird for whero tho school was assembled one with so little injustice to themselves stroyed by water ou account of the hoard three times a day morning noon morning tho instructor disoorored a and others and somo method of appli- Â¬ wickedness of his own chlldron but a Its song which defies nil drawing moro orless artistio which cation beneficial and just to all cau great peace and calmness camo over him nnd night consists of sounds liko tho description represented tho familiar sccno of St surely bo devised faco of the John M Stabl when Seth told how tho strokes of a bell succeeding ono an Â¬ Peter at tho goto of paradise earth would again bo repcoplcd other every two or three minutes so soli- Â¬ Beforo tho rovorond saint stood a His joy was exceedingly groat when clearly and in such a rcsonaut manner Bad Roads to Blame tary mun whoso features boro an un Tho Leavenworth Times in an edi- Â¬ Seth related what was in storo in tho that tho listoner if a Btrangor imag Â¬ mistakable resemblanco to thoso of tho torial on tho good roads movement coming ages and bo was particularly ines hlmsolf to bo near a chapel or a instructor himself From the saints says after speaking of tho importance glad to know that rodomption should conveut but it turns out that tho for Â¬ proceeded tbeso words written of good rouds to tho farmer and rural mouth finally como through Jesui tho Christ est is tho chapel and tho boll a bird No 1st in irreverent school girl fashion In tho cities would not the people Tho boauty of tho Angolus bird is from school ono My boy came home tho instructors name was bo healthier bappior moro hopeful Johnny equal to his talent Ho is as largo as a John I cant lot you in All your would not life bo sweeter and moro re- Â¬ day with his hand badly lacerated and jay and as white as snow besides being scholars aro here but thero is no chance fined if thero was a moro frcquont bleeding and suffering with great pain graceful in form and swift in motion Thoro was a moment of sus Â¬ habit of seeking the fields and woods says Mr E J Schall with Meyer Bros for you But tho most curious ornament of tho twitohlng lips of tho and country villages pense while tho Nothing has Drug Co St LouIp Mj I drrssed the Angelus bird is tho tuft of black arched subject showed an effort at self control weaned peoplo from their love of tho wound and applied Chamberlains Pain feathers ou its beautiful bead It is but it was useless and with tho wholo country so much as bad roads deep conical in shape aud about 4 inches in school joining in a loud choruB he iii Ira during and after rain thick dust Balm freely All pain ceased and in a length Guardian Angel remarkably short time It healed without he the rest of the time No broko into a hearty laugh For wounds sprains leaving a ecar at Inst thoro was a pause said when Where Ue Drew the Line swellings and rheumatism I know of no I should not caro to go in If all my Koad Note Amona thu first stories recorded by pupils aro there I should prefor to keep In tho whole territory of Alaska thero medicine or prescription qua to It I Mr T E Pritt in his Anglers Bas Â¬ havo too much of them here away The ket Is one about a Scottish laird who aro only 10 miles of roads according to cousider it a household necessity Now York Times a recently published Btatomont 25 and 50 cent szes for sale by A It was relating tho story of a fine fish he Good roads are comparatively oboap Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman had caught one day to his friends at the Certainly you dont want to sufler with Donald said ho to tho dinner tublo ur to maintain and to uso than poor ones Stephensport dyspepsia constipation sick headache and tho sooner this idea is comprehend Â¬ servant behind his chai- r- an old man You ed on all sides tho hotter it will bo how hoavy was but a now sorvuut sallow skin and losa of appetite Donald tho flsh I took yostcrday Where Uotel Men Draw a Una have never tried De Witts Little Early P V Collins a prime mover for Among auuoyanccs to which hotels neither spoke nor moved The laird re Â¬ Risers or thfS3 complaints or you would good highways in Minnesota figures Weol replied question is ono which means ma Â¬ have been cured They are small pills out that tho average cost of hauling on aro subjected busy times This is when peated theit was twnl puud at break Donald regalatora Short Ilaynes averago road in America is 1 per terial loss at tho but ureat telegraphs or writes for rooms fast it had gotten to uchtcvu at dinner ton for four miles whilo in Europo it a person arriving lu timo aud it was nx and twenty when MaklntTLova PP tlio same to be reserved aud upon is 10 cents for tho samo load town decidos to go to another hotel yo sat down to suppor wi tho captain cooing among the FiJIans distance Billing and Very frequently rooms which could Then after it pause he added Ivo boon la n curios feature in their social ous- Tired Wo Appetite Poor Slood have been given to guests are vacant tellhi lccsnnly lifo to pleusetho shoot Â¬ toma It i decidedly against the rule going to tho oaroless ho ers be blowcd it I was aflllcted with a tired feeling on accouut of this and be unaware that tell but Ill through myIm age to to do aay courting within doors The old loes uoo gatdeiMor plantation are the spots fceld and general debility I had no appetite tel patrons appear to thoy have inflicted any injury ou the please tho fushors d the generally ap tttfttd to Giipld blood did not seem to circulate Sometimes however when a bouse is high and my jweved toysting place of lovers Sarsapa clerk calls upon them with a bill for of a breadfruit Finally 1 began taking Hoods MMOBg the bracfa 9 rilla which gave ne a good appetite and tto rooms that titer dWnt ocennrtuey Mao are eyen to conviction of wrongdoing Yea nay eftea wlk avouMd a plant- - entirely cured th Ured feeling Â¬ 40 Vftner Street Lex Â¬ and settte tbn bill TIm matter mm rare BKXMUgbt Bigw ana sm qui WAniWaTO w ly been one of litigation bnt tb hotel tt groaud ington Ky fro aesnM pwebed 40 man tin beat end of it and the pro naouu be to evtry family btMdfrnit trew ocm oa eh side in medicine and every prietors national antooUtlon Inlands to traveller chest iney are position wMofa grip of Um trask Hoods Pais aw Um favorlt anil ea understood whenever It is lavalaeblewaea the tloaiaeb Fijian ttuutta and ver medicine fairly within th lisolta of Price 26 make it to u U out e ordert headache bUlomeiei and necesaary Hetel QaaetU 41 UlU UoabU maidens Ideas of aodty JUU a4 emoieui W MnU Q KOIl CIHCUIT JUDGE JUDGE T R McBEATH dotorraiuetl oxporitnmitnlly that clay shrinks ono flfth of Its bulk In excess Â¬ ively dry wenthor nnd IncrcaBcsto a cor Â¬ responding degrco when wet and tlint siliclous sands nnd gravels undergo no chnngo in volumo From this It follows that when a wfly passes over n olay bed which may bccouio desiccated injuri- Â¬ ous results nro likely to follow particu- Â¬ larly at n point whero tlio clay abuts n sand substratum which is unaffected by weather changes Tlio gradual destruction of a roadbed by tho ordinary processes of friction and impact is always to bo expected A roadbeil may suffer disruption Vjj Blirinkngo of tlio tmbRrudo It linn boon rabtatofo 2550 AuDULUlQuI 10 ANDY CATHARTIC CURE CONSTIPATION WfJsJUBLJM- - Ill Hill I UUnnnfllDCU riiraiin t CO pie and booklttrne 14 RTKHMNfl 11EMKDI DRUGGISTS can uy etMof MMtlpitlon Cwctrttf are the Idrtl gtra I amr rrlp or rrlpebot rime fMinitordrtsilu Chlctiro JW Can ALL t Ui4 Bolrtl orfiew TorKL jitt The Oyitera Beard Old fashioned cookbooks invariably I order us to beard tho oyster BeHltmii Thot installment of your new story snid tho editor was very interesting but thero wos ono of tho story page Â¬ Him Antlieptlo Surgery medical value of clcnnllnoss has Tho not been fully appreciated until within tho past few years Indeed it is oven yet During a third of a century scarcoly allowed its full importance has never failed to drive out Thero nro yet in tho medical profession all blood impurities men who seem to forgot that olcanlinoss is often of quito as much importanco as surgical skill Ono of this sort of wen a dentist with n tolorablo praotlco re Â¬ Certain cure for scrofula pimples bolls in fact the time tested spring cently demonstrated his right to bo medicine Sold by druggists and called n back number by n most objec mcrcnants everywhere tionable performance nnd ono of which ho is no doubt guilty ovcry dny of his life In uivlnc oas ho used n cork at tached to n string to keep tho patlouts jaws npart whilo tho gas was being ad Â¬ ministered Tho cork was dirty nnd covered with tho marks of goodness knows how mnny teeth It wits soaked Office on 6th St Cannelton lod with saliva and yot this doctor put it Dontlitry in all Its DranchM p aotlceJ anJ tho precisely iu this condition into iklllfal In the mouth of a patient who wished somo all operttlom performed the timetmot to lult teeth oxtratctcd Such an act as this manner at prlcei Teeth Crown and Bridge Work a epecialty should bar any man from practice If Pain thero is no nrticlo better than a cork to extracted Poiltlvely Without keep tho jaws apart then tho cork at 3Io44MMlcto Ociitnl Hooiiin In floiitliorn liitlliiiin least ought to bo oleaused iu somo way after each timo of using New York Ledger IttotkL LOWBST18 WINTERSMITHS B ti O SW RY- to National Ilncainiuttellt emu fcdli of tf The Time Tested SARSAPARlLlft C Veil doing September 8 and 0 lnclusl vCi SSJfXlteturn limit September 15 Iteuiilon ol Army or Coliimbii Going Sopteirber7and8lncluslve Ileturn limit September 2 2 Dillon Velcrnn IeKinn Nnllonnl Hcit VlrKlnln J BUSH D D S iiicnnipniciit Going September 21 and 22 Inclu- Â¬ Return limit October 12 sive For further information as to special Hates and Limits for the above occasions Â¬ and for occasions and points not menconsult Ticket Agent tioned herein O S V Uy or address B j Â¬ X Could Stand tho Strain A woman who wns traveling alone not long ago wandered ono evening in Â¬ to n hotel parlor A pretty young girl nt once rushed toward her nnd breath lessly asked what timo it was Somo Â¬ No Longer SxiX2 ix4eS3 si uiiusmioUGii Genl Passenger Agent Cincinnati O Good Neat Printing Is just as ccntial At the Law Office of Â¬ Â¬ HC Â¬ what astonished tho woman glanced at tho big mantel clock nnd repeated tho said tho Oh thank youl hour stranger but without any signs of go- Â¬ ing nway I supposo you think it queer my nskiug that sho burst out n but to tell tho truth I moment later didnt want to know tho timo at all I just hnd to speak to somebody You seo Im on my weddng trip and for n wholo week I havent spoken to a soul but my husband Why Ivo hardly heard tho sound of any onos voico but his It was roally it question of my speaking Kansas to somo ono or going wild City Star- Schools of lnlutlng Tim Munich Jugcnd has discovered fivo now signs by which to detect tho 1 school to which a painter bolongs If ho paints the sky gray nnd tho grass green ho belongs to tho good old classic- Â¬ 2 If ho paints tho sky bluo al school 8 and tho grass green ho is a realist If ho paints tho sky green nnd tho grass 4 If ho bluo ho is an impressionist paints tho sky yollow and tho grass purplo ho is n colorlst G If ho paints tlio sky black and tho grass red ho shows tho possession of great decorativo talent Sarah Bernhardt Vast Income In 25 ycors Mine Sarah Bernhardt has it is announced been paid 1000 In 000 for her exertions ou tho stago tho lust ten years her nverngo gains havo been 00000 a year in tho last Yet in 1872 at tho five 1100000 Odcon theater 6ho earned only 40 n mouth Dont tobacco Siit and Mnoke lour Ure Amj To quit tobacco easily and forever bo mag netlo lull of life norvo and vigor taUo ic tlio wonder worker that makes woalt men strong All druufilsts 60oorl CuroKuaran tccd Booklet ond simplo free Address Stcillnc Kcnicdy Co Chlcami or Now York to success In business as your rating with any of the merchan Write tile agencies us for prices and All work snaiplcs guncantced V G BABBAGE IN HARDIKSDURO You Can Get Â¬ A Deed Mortgage or any writ A BreckenrifSge News S5XiiSSvO Rent ten instrument drawn buy or sell a piece oi muu Collections made and remitt ances prompt Copying done on the Call graph the best type wriior in tho world Health Depends TJpoii Your Teeth Being in Order Good - We fully realize your thoughts when the idea of having dental work done comes but nevertheless they must have attention and the sooner the better We are prepared to do your work with a guarantee to give satisfaction at exceedingly low prices Wc will be at Irvington on Wednesday and Thursday after the fourth Monday of each month It is to your interest to consult us rl HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky Noah Advertised The time of departure of tho ark and people who didnt believe in advertising had to stay out in the rain for forty days They undoubtedly changed their views but their postoffico address has never been learned Try an ad the NEWS for I hat Dull time Kttdinf In 1 DR MENDENHAILS IMPROVED CHL A rara CM Are you going to get wet mmmmmm8xms8888Q BOOE EEEPING SHOST EAND TELESnArU r2MlAN2H2I E7 Who desires to better bis or her cosditen In life the Cntalcf no of the yYy tOUISVJlln rh RATES 7K i li win To SRYAWT 400 THIltD bTItrET STRAifGPJ No Al 1U rIxTa entr Uy OUAUANTEED TO CURE And Malaria In all Forms Tasteless None genuine without the above picture and the signature ot J C Meudenhall Â¬ CHILLS AND FEVER iti1 iw utrucltj loctta4 Price 50 cents at all Dealers PREPARED ONLY DY J O Â¬ EVANSVILLE MENDENIIALL IND HAYNES Sold by SHORT Â¬ railing Aleat A JJu jvrvou JJWae ory Impotenc j HleleMnei eto crumjJ bj Abuts or other Kxceate n4 India Thev auUklu anil urlu cretlon rMtortt Loat Vitality In oldor jounaond tita maniorfttaoy uuuneuor mum age irTtmt laaanitr n4 Consumption If taWn in tlin Tbolrowj ahowa im medial Improva- Inmnt anrl effiwita sa flllltn rhatr all ntnar fall TheyUt upon harina the genmna AJax Inhlota havo our4 thousand and will cure you Waalnapoa Hiva written guarantee to attact a cure Cfl OTQ in auch caaa or refund tho money Price vV U I wi par Uj ptickagef or aU pkgee full traattnentl for fGQ rircnlar mail In plain wrapper upon rucnf pt of MADE TABLETS TOSlTlVEIiY CURE ME A MAN AJAX TlfflHMwmMmt iBcfsssr wmmvmf SnwonwvmiHx rl5Qri 0HS - Iu Ig VWlouisvitLvKY AJAX REMEDY CO tys- For Nolo In Clovorpor Kyi by Short A Iluyiicn Drngglm I New TRAVEL DO YOU a trip from Areyonpolntr to neaa or using JK1I ovcre llrutlnrhc mil innaier me trraiefi Wotiderrul re ftlmulant and preventative known Fever and Asthma UTHV Y OlMIL It and yu will aTwaya MAVH 19INIIAIMKsi U scn4 ftrlL 11 ssVl rfl Irfi1tU Mm hot free lUmk by the use or 11 rtniinrB t ti en Hi inrr illllillinn MKVIUOI IMIAIu Help that headache cure that n rrouue and imIi 9mdUr I tafco Do you auiTar Mtaalck York tai1l 10 CIHUH4X IWIUCO YlXUUIItt IM It B a v I FALL IN FOR Laundry Louisville Ky n Â¬ I I havo resumed the agency for the above Laundry which is the best in the city and desire the patronage of all who appreciate BUFFALO ONE GENT A MILE VIA First Class AND Work BIG FOUR ROUTE 3 Â¬ ACCOUNT Prompt Delivery All Goods Galled for and Delivered h ta i ft kt Â¬ Hoods Pills Gi itpltnl WainJ D 1st ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT AUGUST 23 28 nj ij Rood re Arjut ii TIckeU on loiylng 1 lurnnr with a Hullalo from Afu tto 4 ScrnemUr cluiivn plvlegqnf triH n Buffalo o on lckt withjol t inrliulve Aukatt 1 and kt rmetlon call on any Kit llckt and ful tt nnnt of Ilia Hif tuur Kouis nr aldrrM K O McCokmkk toulraMc Mr Lynch Am Oe Putt ATVt Ait if Atut m - sssm Vs jj e o mm Cladaail0 W3- - w ry yi fTwiBWPwr BHOKHNHlbam HEWS otOYHRPORT V iSR ft n -- TT KY TO THE Breckenridce News WEDKNBDAY KEPTEMBEU 1 1867 A PIGGERY Cheap and Convenient Hothouse For rare Bred Stouk Bwine Tho Country Gentleman givos tho following description and illnstrntlon of a ponrfor fonr stock hogs A cheap fairly satisfactory piggory for tbrco brood sows and a boar might bo rouitrnotod as follows Width 10 feet length 04 foot Tho figure shows at tho bottom n yard 8 by 11 feet a floored spneo 8 by 10 foot ono hnlf of which is covorod as shown by tho clovation at tho top of tho plo turo Tho figure also shows ouo section that which should be floored of a sec Â¬ ond pen Tho unfloored portion is not shown The dotted lino in tho clovation shows the floor It should descend away if Why Phllly oxolaimod Jim in tho mildest of tones that wasnt a foul Yes Jimmy Im sorry to say it wns said Powers with nssurancc it Why Phil remarked Jim rather seriously it was flvo foot fair P F BEAltl PriJnt Ob no it wasnt Jim It was a Sold by SHORT HAYNES WILL MILLER Viee rrMldeot dead foul explained tho umpire 1J DEAIID Ctabier Why Mr Powcrsl protested the nsnsnsssss orator growing slightly warm under Seeing Home tho collar I am conversant with tho 0 W BEARD How long havo you boon in Rome conglomeration of facts in this caso -- Ptreatftf MORRIS KSKRIDUK said Popo Pius IX and as my optical eyesight is of cxtremo 11 M JOLLY Threo weeks was tho ready an- Â¬ excollonco I am positivo of your misin- Â¬ swer formation Ah then said his holiness you INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS This was n staggerer for Powers but on havo seen Rome And how long havo amwmiwTrcffiwAvWO ho struggled gamely with this reply Mr ORourko youro not entitled you been hero asked ho turning to of to n homo run Yon must bat over tho second visitor la your brntth Yourlmpplnor U Tour trengtb Threo months whilo tho benutics of tho Indies stain again was tho answer Keep the Ileiul nnd Throne clenr end healtbr paletto knife in disgust Even if a stu You then theirs anil rniirmlni1nn1 bruin MalirnTantrennndeaae continuod tho popo Sco here Powers ejaculated the dent never succeeds his very failures cans a brilliant red Some of tho Afri- Â¬ nmilllANlt toMiNTJIOllNIIAIKltlth0 havo begun to sco Romo you stain thoir tcoth a jot black Per- Â¬ now thoroughly excited player And nrcntflnt relief mankind In all head trounlas may bo noblo UUItrH CUMIN HOKE TIIllOVT OA tho outer corners of not allow yon to rob mo in this mattorIll Mr turning finally to tho third of hia TAIUC1I That nwmi oilor ofCntiirrh dis It is not only to art that this exhorta- sian womento pencil them May Co rMWflVVAWai appear br III ne Wnndprfu In Hbt Forerand thoir eyes how long havo you been mako look almond Seo hero ORourke retorted Pow- Â¬ visitors Aitbma farnuY ONLY CUSUlirANU tion might apply In ovcry career in shaped ir jM eiMi tt It it DrorrtM td for II Br which 1b considered an especial ers if you givo mo any moro talk every walk in life tho samo point of till SO Sr BAk mi MMbol frM Ill hero Threo years was tho reply OANNELTON IND mark of beauty Tho women in many havo to fino you tiaiixii Diuo co njiKiins mi u s viow should be taken Failures aro not Then ORourko Then yon said tho pope havo oriental countries dio thoir finger nails found solaco in a burst of eloquenco failures really they aro lossons they not begun to seo Romo nro stepping stones Thoy should not bo with henna others let them grow to an which sounded something liko this enormous length Why yon miserablo groveling associated for a moment with despond Tobacco Smoke and Flower sycophantio phosphorescent unconstiency or hopolessuess Making Farchment 1nper Just an a child A remarkablo effect of tobacco smoxo tumbles and picks himself up as a matTho operation of manufacturing parch Â¬ tutional viper Ivo half a mind to exon tho color of flowers may bo seen in 6 6 ter of courso and runs gayly on so ment papers such as are used for wrap Â¬ communicato extradite separato elnci- - tho caso of tho field scabia named wo children of a larger growth ping butter and other similar objects dato provaricato and eject you from botanically Knavtia should TEN FOH BKEEDISO SWINE arvcusisBO this beautiful ball ground and this ec- Â¬ quently on tho hills and commons fre regard tho up and downs of lifo from from tho bedroom and toward tho losing conrago howovor often wo never is n very interesting ono Parchmont is centric Nutionnl league tum- Â¬ produced directly from tho raw papor August October If trough not toward tho bedroom as ble Young pcoplo especially Powers was by this timo tempted to blossomstillwhich form its purplish bluo should bo web in practically one oporatlon Tho noarly globoso shown by tho lino taught that it is not nlways success shoot to bo parchmentized is passed rovorso his decision bnt ORourko who heads aro hold in tho smoko of tobacco Theso pens may bo constructed cheapto succeed and that disappointments through sulphurio acid nnd thou through was too quick for him went out on a their color will soon turn to a bright ly and are comfortable in cold weather should bo taken philosophically Now York Sun Tho n uniform action whioh fly ball green nbout tho samo color as tho if double boarded and packed with straw idea of a booby prizo in games is n good rollers havingsurplus discharge tho acid tho expressed Trains leave Louisville as follows leaves between tho boardings ouo Thero aro many prizes in lifo for liquid being returned to tho tank or largest Toke of Cattle Tho roof is of boards with wido bat- Â¬ thoso who SW apparently fail and oven in vessel Tho paper is then carried and A biilloon was sent up from Berlin Joo and Jerry aro tho names of the BV O St LoultIIAILWAY Cinclnnail and the and the West tens that is nearly double boarded worldly matters tho last shall bo first passed through a washing apparatus as largest yoko of cattlo over seen in in 1805 equipped with self registering and might bo covered in winter with and tho first shall bo last in uiuo cases No 20 No 6 No 18 n tank and also through sprays of Amorica Thoy nro tho property of J thermometers and barometers It came Lv Ioulavila a 33am straw held in placo by poles on tho out of ten Now York Tribune 813am 245pm Si Louis Ry Co water being led and guided by rolls D Avery of Bucklnnd Mass nnd they down in Dcsuln witli the instruments Louisville Henderson Ar Cinciuratl 645am 1153am 605pm roof whoro tho climato is oxtremoly Ar Columbus si 5am 555pm 1105pm over which it passes so that tho frco aro 8 years old and mcasuro 10 feet in in good condition Tho bnrometor regis Â¬ eold Ar Pittsburg b 95pm 7 95am First Tenon Photographed acid is washed off or removed as far na girth Thoy nro 17 hands high nnd tered au elevation of 53872 feet and Ar Washington 650am n 20am Four pens as nbovo described would Time Card in Effect June 20 97 Ar Italliinore 2opm was in 1843 that John Draper then possiblo by mechanical washing Tho from tip to tip thoir measurement is 16 tho thermometer n temperature of G2 do It 750am rcquiro about 2000 feet of lumber and Ar Philadelphia 1015am 340pm- n professor in tho University of New sheet noxt passes through a bath of soda feet 1 1 Indies Tho two together weigh giccs below stem F Ar New York 11 3011n 555pm 20 common fonco posts East Hound Ho a No 41 No 46 Ar Itoston 3 oopm 9 05pm Professor Kent of Iowa a few years York mado tho first portrait photo solution or alkali and then through 7300 pounds Thoy aro beautifully col- Â¬ Nraln No 16 has elepnnt Pullman llullet Parlor Iv St IxjuIs graph Tho subject was Elizabeth Dranippers to express Burplus nlkali which ored aro models of symmetry and are 7Mim 8fi5nm Kclurnto Your llnno With Cancarct since was using pens 8 by 8 liko tho Car to Cincinnati ami Drawme room Sleeper and Kvansvllle fiVJani VJUjiii 24um per his sister Professor Draper had tho is returned to tho bath Then tho paper oxtremely docilo nnd gontlo They havo Candy Cutlinrtlc euro cnnKtlpntlon forever dining cars Clntinntll to Washington Baltimore Hendenon 24U 310 covorcd purt set in tho corners of lots 7H Philadelphia and New York without change Spnttiville is carried through nn apparatus to bo been exhibited at all tho large agricul- Â¬ lOuSOc If C C O f nil druBRlsts i tf und money 78 37 3M 20 by 00 foot In tho spring whon the idea that in order to prodnco distinct Tran No 18 has rlgatu Pullman Parlor Car to Owemboro 3 14 818 400 Noxt it is tural fairs in tho country Thoy nro Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining llawesvile 4 4j sows wero farrowing a luntern was facial outlines in photography it would further washed with water 911 480 car Cincinnati to New York without chaise Cloverport a4 black and white liko all puro Hoi 810 603 Wrong Conclusion hung in tho pen if tho weather was at bo necessary to cover tho countcnanco of passed through a bath of bleaching ma Train No so ha steeper to Cincinnati open at Stepheniport 822 825 107 terial as bleach or tho like then steins Tho yoko they wear is said to bo Tho Canadian Gazotto tolls an amus Â¬ Irvington 10 45 9 oclock to receive passengers all cold With theso simple pens ho tho person photographed with flour 6 03 5 57 This seems a strango notion now nnd it through further washing apparatus the largest over mado and is 7 fcotlong ing story of ono who was too quick nt 1112 IJMndrnburir 621 617 raised a largo nnmber of full blooded St Louis Springfield and the West 12 35pm 745 7 SO proved not to bo a good ono then for nil again passed between presses and and weighs 200 pounds Thoy walk a drawing an inference It happened that ArrLouitville pigs successfully No jo No 16 No 44 SO minutes of Professor Drapers early attempts squeezed and thon finally it is passed miloin Their horns aro n Glasgow professor who was visiting 8 13am Na 4I No 43 No 45 Lv Louisville 8aopm Wet Hound 235am A former student of Cornoll universAr St Louis wero failures Finally ho left off the through a bath of glycerin after tho magnificent nnd nro highly polished is 3onn 640pm 712am Canada with tho British association in Lv Iouiivl le ity built pons similar to tho soction last 8 40pm 7f0im 450pm 823pra Ar Springfield 9 33am passage through whioh tho paper is Thoir owner has tho oxen groomed 1884 was desirous of seoing something Ilrnmlenburg 861 609 932 described 8 by 8 but did not sot tho flour and then was quito successful North Vernon accomodation leavis at 7 15 a m lryinglon This so dolighted him that ho sent tho wound upon u roller or coiled up in a overy day and their coats shiuo like of northwestern lifo and for this pur 0 43 915 9 62 daily posts in tho ground Tho pens were Stepheniport 72U 951 1021 Charlestown accommodation leaves at s 30 p m satin On n lovel thoy havo pnllod 11 completed stato of parchmentization poso repaired to nn Alberta ranch Cloverport 11 S6 placed in a pasture field at some dis- Â¬ picturo to Sir William Hcrschol tho em 011 739 except Surday inent English astronomer Sir William Paper Mill 001 pounds of stono loaded on a dray llawesvllle 1058 804 loar Train Nos 16 ao and 44 have elegant day coaches I fixed him up as well as I could tho tance apart Ho was successful in rais Â¬ Owemboro t 3S 1148 915 Pullman parlor and sleeping cara to St Louis moving it 8 feet in one draw This is n rancher says but ho complained that SpottiWle 1217pm 947 ing from 800 to 400 pigs yearly Brood was in turn dolighted and mado known Temper 1223am TKAINS AimiVE Professor Drapers success to tho scion world record pull They aro fed from 8 ho did not liko sleeping with his clothes 12 40 Ittndcnon 1010 12 6 sows should have excroiso and by tho Temper itself is not n bad quality It From East 7 25 am 113 noon 640 p m Evumvllle 1040 115 115 tifio men of Europe Ho also sent Pro Â¬ to 12 quarts of corn and oats ground to- Â¬ on So after tho first night I stretched 12 25 am 3 20a m latter and as we think bettor method 7 32 ArrSt Louii is not to bo destroyed as wo sometimes gether 7 20 fessor Draper a letter of acknowledg 3 quarts of flax meal and from a cowskin across tho shaok and told From Vest 7 2a m 12 15 p m 6 40 p m it is secured ment und congratulation which has say Without temper a bar of steel bo 0 to 8 qunrts of bran overy day Now him ho might undress if ho liked Ho A train run through Solid to Kvansvllle City Ticket office coutheast comer Fonrth and comes liko lead A man without temper Through parlor car and Pullman aeepcr on all Main streets Depot Seventh and river been carefully preserved in tho archives Horso That Threw HI Feed on the Floor took off most of his garments nnd put train Detwe tn Sc Lnuls Bvantville and Louii is weak and worthloss Wo aro to learn York Tribune For dr tail Information regarding rates time on of tho Draper family This spring I bought a large horso 41 and 42 connect on n long whito nightdress In tho vllle Number lUrdiniburg daily at IrvinetPn for connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc self control A strong person Is ono who Fordivillc and except Sunday Ilomele Kate the Box Car Soon after I fed him the first tinio I address II S BUOWN morning my foreman camo in while tho has n strong tempor under perfect masCruel but Neoessary A HC MOIIDUEA G District Pats Ticket Agent II O S V Ky Jack my drivers but its Homeless gentleman was still sleeping Observ- Â¬ noticed that n good sharo of bis food Louisville Ky and Main Louisville Ky Tho Eskimos dread the winter and tery There is a deep truth hore that 4th was on tho stall floor I saw tho man of take early precautions our mistakes and our sins if wo repent Katol Why Knto aint thero no gettin ing tho whito nightdress ho said in a or J M CHESSBROUGH to General Passenger Aeert Cincinnati Ohio whom I bought him and ho told mo famine As tho season provide against of them will holp in tho growth nnd you back to your friends Theres 40 whisper approaches the O II WAUKEL Assistant chusers out for you from your road if II that tho horso would nlways root his great herds of reindeer migrato southL Rather sudden eh St L Ry FordsvlMe Branch upbuilding of our character General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio Houso thoroa ono Whos holdin you now food out of tho box that ho had kicked What I asked ward and the walrus or tho seal aro wifo Wish I knew pounded and whipped to no purposo said Homeless Kate Tho death of tho old man all that remain for food TIME TABLE No 10 Bessarabia I belong in Topeka but Ivo bin to aud that whilo ho was looking at him Hos not dead hos asleep I ox Whon an in wind is blowing the wal Ono of tho most productive sections Cedar Rapids Ivo bin to Winnipeg ho would oat as quietly as any horso plained TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 1897 rus is easily found on but as soon as his back was turned tho tho ico packs When tho onter edge of of tho world is tho Russian province of Ivo bin to Newport News Ivo bin all Then whats ho woarin them biled it is blowing off Rast Bound Train food went on tho floor I came home down tho old Atlanta nnd West Point olothos for wns tho reply Nover Weit Bound Trains the shore howovcr tho ico packs sail Bessarabia taken from Turkey in 1878 kECit3icJiWrJSSsmL Daily Dally Daily Daily an ouu gave tno norso a good iccu of corn out to sea with the walruses on them Its vineyards often yield 800 gallons of up Ivo bin to Buffalo Maybo Ill fotch saw n chap laid out in biled clothes ex bun ex Sun STATIONS ei Sun ex Hun and oats then wont into tho next stall Ivo only bin out nforo copt ho were t6ad No 6 Nol No 3 No Tho natives then class their numbers iu wiuo per aero The nverago yiold of ten at Havcrstraw months but Im homesick Im just whero I could look through a craok wheat is 85 bushels and of maizo GO 1060am Lv IrvuiKlon Ar DoOam a list from tho strongest to tho weakest 11 25 Srfety Oarheld 8 00 nchin homesick Whon all was quiet tho horso roaohed Comfort 11 40 Tho food that is in storo is divided up busbols Warned 7 42 Try OhicagoKatio his noso to the farthor end of the box said tho switch Â¬ 1147 Junction 7h7 tho weakest having tho smallest quanA Fashion Note 11 65 llardlnshurg 7 27 ing loco and tho battored old car lum- Â¬ LOIISVILLE MARKET REPORTS worked it down to tho bottom tlion tity tho strongest U 10pm tho largest Thus the 7 17 Junction Doctor to female patient Louisville anil Youve bered down tho traok jolting I want drew it forward and tho box was near Â¬ mightiest 12 25 Kirk 7 02 huntors havo strength to pro got a slight touch of fever Your tongue to bo in Kansas whon tho sunflowers 1235 Jolly ly empty I drovo two tonpenny nails 660 for 12 66 Ulendeane 6 30 lias a thick coat through tho end of tho box near tho vide is tho others bloom 1 C5 Dempster 6 20 It a cruel system but nevertheless Patient excitedly Oh doctor do 120 arFallsIloughlv 6I16 top The horso was not long gotting his Yards full o Homeless Kates an LOUISVILLE KY Aug ii 1897 a neocssary one If all were weak all tell mo how it fits Facts and Fiction Dempster 6 44 li5 chin at liberty and never triod it again Wanderin Willies ho explained to 1 65 S 38 Ilockvale would dlo if somo Fast Mall Line Between Shippers should mark U paokagei plainly 2 OS 007 There is no use whipping a horso to save many of tho aro strong thoy will Kuth 50 I know nn old Fitohbnrg flatcar weak 215 5 25 Asklns out 17 months an ono of ours was gono with ihlpperl name nnd poit offlc address break him of a habit It cannot be done Buoklens Arnica Salvg 2 3U Oaka Sid Louisville Mitchell that way I have a horso that would Thk Best Salvk in tho world for Outa 16 foro ovor we got track of hor Dun Anticipating the Ouseijajr BUTTKE 25om AvwxilleTv 6 00am tako as mnob oorn into his mouth as ho Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe- no quito how our men fix it Swap Choloe oountfy 9 10 A poor man lay dying nnd his good STEAMERS could It was wasted for ho could not Rndyard Kipling in Medium 75 8 ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- around I guess chew it I took tbrco nails about 4 wifo was tending him with homoly but Creamery t Scribners 14 Louisville H enderfonSt Louis RyCo E G RAGON Dont you think blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions inches long aud drove them about an affectionato caro xaos P M Ryan Maitor Cold In Iternatoa Body W A Blthop Purser 13 Fresh inch into tho bottom of his box He can you could eat a bit of something John and postlvely cures Tiles or no pay re quired It is guaranteed to give perfect A German paper is rcsponsiblo for FEATIIEH9 eat without any difficulty but cannot Now what can 1 get for you TARASCON With a wan smile he answored fee satisfaction or money refunded Price tho announcement that Barnoy Barnnto Prime white goose- hog down his grain If we aro a lit D L Penny Master r Well I soom to ainoll a ham 25 cents per box Fob Sale hy A It still moro than tho legendary king of Mixed U L T Conner Purer tlo smarter than tho horso we can bly XaklHfr Effect 38 a cooking somewhores Poru who wns wont to havo his body Old 1 duck I think I could Fisher usually get along without abusing him 35 No 630 oclciU Sundj ICtj 30 1897 TELL CITY do with a littlo bit of that gilded afresh every morning deserved Cor Prairie- Farmor POULTRY Oh no John dear Storj of Landieer R II Ballard Master W B Newbell Purser she answered thotitloof El Dorado tho Man of Hn per lb WA found Traim XaitBound Train promptly you cant havo that Thats Landscer whoso fino stag hunts iu Gold not bocauso of his wealth or Spring Ohlckeni per doi Hone like Ensilage P D STAGGS for tho funeral 42 tho highlands havo been popularized by of his connection with gold mines bnt Dueki per lb London Telegraplu t 43 I havo fed somo ensllago to horses for 41 Mail A ongraviugs represents ouo of tho most becauso his system actually secreted Qeeie per doA fiiprs Kxprs STATIONS Mall Kxpr Dally exeept Saturday between Loulsvllle several years but the past winter I was Hxpr To Take a Man Measure POTATOES extraordinary examples of tho irrosisti- - gold Ho was cays this orodible au- Â¬ short of oats and havo fed ensilage to and New Amsterdam Dally Dally Dally Tailors can tako a 1 351 to Irish per barrel new Dally two mole to a brood ruaro and two very quickly by u customers measure blcncss of tho artistio vocation I havo thority tho victim of a disease called New La Freight shipped bj this line delivered quick 4f0pm 7 3lam IvUan ntar 12 35pm 3 00 260 devico which has seen n most magnificent dog of his metallitis hia blood boing permeated Sweet potatoes per bbl 7 43 6 03 colts The tnaro has boon suckling for three graduated brackots sliding Kentucky St Cu 12 HJ er than by rail 74 ou each chained to his kenuol and carriod away with a powdery gold as wero his qyes 6 31 818 Wet l olnt 160am 665 6 eU From six weeks now and I see no bad offocts Travelers will find the steamers are unsur Â¬ 6 40 8J1 Howard other to fit on a mans back and arm by floods Tho day when nn absolutely nose ours and all of his mucous mem Nary store I to bushel hlghsr 145 661 Beam per Q 6 48 Thoy relish it and oat all thoy want with tapo measures 82 Willowdale 135 6 45 passed In equipment and accommodations attached to them at unknown artist ho exhibited this pic- brano Tho pain caused by this condi- Â¬ 83 Hock Haven 128 53 ROOTS 64 once per day which is about ouo half 42 tho proper positions for taking all tho ture ut tho Royal academy The best culinary are employed at oooki and Iontf ilranch 634 7 it attraotod tion wns eo iutolorablo that it is be ainseoR 30 3 21 AIM 8 61 llrandcnburir 121 620 8 009 bushel each I hear a groat doal about measures 112 be menu It equal to that of the best hotels Benlea Snake 20 118 considerable atteutiou and a gentleman liovcd to havo been tho causoof his 6ui 86J Kkroo 102 618 hot onsilago Aly pits or rooms as thoy Pink W 007 VA a 16 Guston General offices 176 and 178 4th Arenu 063 610 hurried off to tho painters to mako an cido nro entirely above ground with a plank llcuiedlal Trip Yellow 913 016 Irvlnirton J0 21 1045 613 Louisville B 51 offer to purchase it He rang nt tho 9 23 Webster 1037 Wild Ginger 6 660 Now Family Physician And now floor aro only ten feet square I fill in 66tl 031 Well Begun Half Done Iodlburir 02 D L PENNY 642 Lad Slipper W W IIITK August dont open until November 7 07 my dear madam will yon briefly tell door of tho small garden and on tho 932 Ileree 0 20 64 May 3tf X 712 043 Sample Bupt 015 ftSil and they have by that time coolod mo what you havo already dono for your wiokot being opened ho saw a boy play Â¬ anFirst Roformor Im trying to writo Blood Appl pM 720 061 essay on tho emancipation of my 2U Stephensport 1007 ing with a hoop with somo other littlo 622 O V Williams T P A down aud I have no more trouble with illucss 7 24 960 Addison 10 02 618 FIELD SEEDS sex and I find it very hard to begin follows Ho inqnirod of tho children 96U Holt 069 Madam hot ensilage unless a warm spell comes Europo and North Africa 615 Owensborn Ky 140 14 7 39 1011 Second Reformer Oh I think that Timothy per huihel Cloverport Docs Mr Landseer llvo hero 945 603 per bushel and I dont food fast enough to keep Detroit Journal 743 4 60 101 Shops 9 40 SCO would bo bo easy Why yon might bo Clover Clover per bushel Yes replied ono of tho youngsters 764 1025 Crlmaon Sslllman 3 00 927 the surface fed off I never loosen up 4 49 gin by sharpening your pencil with Red Top pej buihel 804 1035 llawesvllle wnen can i speak to him 4 40 917 more than I food at a time Cor Rural Moments are useless trifled away 0ii Ietrle 90 ill gi W49 your husbands raaor you know Do Orchard Grass per bushel Now if you like Im Mr Land Â¬ 1J0 and they are dangerously wasted if con Falcon New Yorker 903 Blue Grass fanoy pr bushel 160 827 trolt Tribune 068 I wl sport 864 sumed by delay in case where One Min- Â¬ seer Blue Grass extra per bushel 106 833 Waltman 8 47 413 But oxolaimod tho amateur it is ute Cough Cure would bring Immediate 8 43 111 Onion Bets Yellow per buihel Power 8 38 A Valuable Prescription 01 your father I want to see I havo called 8M relief Short A Ilaynea If ypu wish to bo happy keop busy Fate White ill 905 H25 827 363 Morrison of WorthingtonIud Editor ll5m Owemboro 818 8 44 Idleness is harder work than plowing a about n ploturo of his at tho academy H1DIB 1 4Anm 9 la You have a valuable Mattingiy writes Huh 807 338 Green good 9 21 Well 8K 1161 said tho child it Is I who good deal Thero is more fun in sweat OrllfitV The cost of a well bred paok of fox pj Meriptloa Iu Electric Bitters and I can vrr Ban gooaJ 11 Stanley mux vr 160 Worthlngton 802 1 768 ing an hour than in yawning a century r 7 di -cheerfully recommend it for Constipa Â¬ hounds is about 5000 and tho annual am oxhlbiting tho picturo IB 762 830 I Ho was then 146 years old 1200 9r0 Head Henri Sheep ikliii 7 45 tion asd Sick Headache and aa a general mil lor keep about as much 3 XiH 813 W QiTnm IQ IT Spoitsviile 734 Rochcforts Memoirs The old Alexandrian library contained Mrs An Â¬ yateM tofll c it has no equal I ttfiloo- - 12 24 WOOL lllutt lv 7 31 s4 700000 volumes tho largest collection Tub waihid nie Steele X6 Cottage Grove Ave iu mom 12 4Qproar 33 Qt ti Tho speed of the faitcit Atlantlo 715 b Ckleo wae all nia down could not eat steamor is now greater than that of the If you ever try Sutherlands Eagle Eye ever brought together before the inven Â¬ wreaee aae rms not 41 ana si make connection at Ir vtfesssssrBsVrlBstfBVjJsssFssUeTC a arry salvo for failing eye sight granulated tion of rr bit lag I4 iter tftaiet food bad a backache which express trains on Italian railways ylngton dally rxcept Sunday with trains 10 and iaom tired asd weary m HardlnsWf n4 Fordsvllle Branch mw Wt awl hit rfc Bittern restored lick or sore eyes of any kind you will be g jg n Cok Swry kit aix baWee l The first nwaiuAijruuB h ategth Hopkins patent wm Iswed to ftunuel ft keea Mglited advertiser among your Wr iJ1i i lHeVHIMM Ml tW VH CaU 1 ia 1700 tor nakiBg sot er frlfWKk for it DrBggtet Mil it Sliprt hUn4m1 Out a battle at IMeeM I AIUA tfjl tsiplA 9 Hj7ai j Ipearl atJwf w CTwit5uKv a a 4HyMf a a Disease of Miners Bite of Wisdom As to whotber thorn nro any llseascs A wiso woman will have her husband peculiar to tho miners tailing thoro is so well trained that when sho tells him cvidonco that with ono or perhaps two a thing ouco it will bo enough Men exceptions there nro nono such Thcso hato to lmvo n thing diugdoiigcd Into exceptions nro an affection of tho eye them as gouio of thorn elegantly ox termed nystngtnuH and lit n lesser press I am n Tory oven tempered degree that disease of tho respiratory man but I think my self praise would organs which usually goes by tho uamo suffer n severe shock if my wife told mo of miners asthma Nystagmus al Â¬ to ordor a bnrrol of flour when wo first though not n provalcnt affection is ono got up in tho morning and then repeatwith well marked symptoms directly ed tho command six times at tho break traceable to tho posture of tho collier fast tablo twice whilo I was putting on whilo at work my overcoat and gloves and thou fol Tho symptoms aro osoillation with lowed mo to tho goto to scream out more or less of n rolling motion of tho after mo as I turned tho corner itMen eyeballs giddiness with honduoho and hato that sort of nagging tho appearance of objects moving in a A wiso man will not tell his wlfo any circle or lights dancing beforotho eyes lies not even littlo whito ones If ho In eevcro cases tho person affected must lip ho will bo safer nnd wiser if may stnmblo and bo so much incon ho lies to Bomo ono less likely to uncov venienced as to bo obliged to stop work er his duplicity A wlfo is n regular Dr Simeon Suoll of Shcfllold has given forret in u matter of this kind I never this discaso special attention for nbout told mine n harmless littlo fib in my 20 years and hns published tho results lifo that sho didnt oxposo mo beforot of his investigations which show be Â¬ nun went down It is wonderful what yond all rcasouablo doubt that nystag Â¬ olovcr intuition women lmvo in this di- Â¬ mus is confined almost entirely to thoso rection It is dumfouudlug to mou who underground workmen who are engaged aro not always absolutely truthful Tho in holing or undercutting tho coal and best of husbands often feel that there is duo to tho miners habit of looking aro things they wont bother wifo upward ubovo tho horizontal lino of with littlo complications in their vision and moro or less obliquely whilo business affairs or littlo extravagant exat work lying on his side It has been penditures in the way of a hotel dinner observed also in firemen and others who or some otlior littlo harmless affair of have occasion frequently to oxamino which thoy would just a littlo rather tho roof turuiug tho eyes obliquely not spoak or in regard to which they whilo doing so Any other occupation may equivocate Dut theyd hotter toll in which tho person may habitually tho truth and hold to It is always turn the oyes upward and sidoways will best in tho end as men find out tho Coal Trade Jour- Â¬ older they grow I havo found it out induce nystagmus nal with I trust most of tho years of my lifo still beforo me Zonas Dana Artist Failure Do not lot me beg of yon bu afraid Gilded Beautle of so called failures said a well known Tho eastern womou especially thoso artist addressing his class They aro only stepping stones to success tho In Turkey paint their oyebrowa with premiums wo all must pay for experi gilt paint and at night tho effect is very brilliant and oriental Whon by ence I may say without vanity that I chance n Chineso girl has oyes that aro lmvo been fairly successful in my profession aud yet to ono canvas that suc- Â¬ not qulto so slanting as usual sho can safely lay claim to spcoinl beauty ceeded thero lmvo been as many as 40 Many Japancso women gild their tocth which I lmvo scraped down with my Oerman Forts it Tho two prinoipal German fortresses on tho Daltio sea nro at Konigsburg nnd Dnntzla Control Gormnny has tbrco first class fortresses Spandan Magdo burg and Kustrln ou tho French fron tier Motz nnd Strasburg and on tho Dolglan frontior Cologuo and Coblcnz Â¬ GREGORY Wharfmasters CLOVERPORT Local A gent t CO KENTUCKY KLONDYKE aSksSfeS ueuftM tkt lit0 Steamboat Agents The Serpent Sight Â¬ Â¬ foul Thero is n tradition in many parts of Europo that when a sorpents sight grows dim with ago ho oats fennel and thus regains his vision Orator OBourke Kick Jim ORourke tho famous orator when in tho Loagno as a member of tho Now York basoball team nover had the reputation of boing n kicker bnt upon ono occasion ho mado n protest that will always bo remembered by players who wero on tho team with him In a ganio which was umpired by Phil Pow ers Jim hit a ball over tho fonco It was fonl by about a foot but Jecms thinking it was a homo run began to tear around tho bases liko n runaway horso Whon ho reached tho pinto in a breathless stato yot wearing a look of triumph on his olassio countenance ORourko learned to his discomfiture that tho umpire had -- called the ball n GOLD Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Oil Company - Wfi SaSiiH UVO FIELDS Tlic Burlington Route is the direct north west line to Seattle or Tacomn and the direct westwnrd line to Snn Francisco en route to Alaska From So to 200 miles nnd several hours saved by the Bur lingtons splendid passenger train service to the north west from St Louis Kansas City or St Joseph Pullman Sleepers nnd Free Chair Cars on nil through trains Several extra steamers will sail before the season closes Ask your ticket agent for detailed information or write the undersigned L W WAKELY General Passenger Agt St Louis Mo Â¬ V Dealer In Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor ing and Celling Weathor Boarding Shingles Salt Li mo Cement Plastorlng Laths Plaster Ifalr Tlow Handles UrirkB Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Building Material Mfo T eviil BANK or X HAKDIETSBUKG J H Hunsche The TAILOR Â¬ Â¬ with Will be in Clover the 2d and 4th port Friday every month YOUR FORTUNE Casper Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HOW TO TRAVEL B O S W RY Â¬ timej tjlbxjB Henderson Route 1 f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Inwh T m V Packet Line and Evansville Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TIME SCHEDULE - il i k 1 Â¬ Â¬ va I Â¬ if - hr iM ai Ilnt is Ky ui eeesfaasa a M tf JTrafoMWaWimTif- 11V THR BRROHENRIDGK NMS GLOYERPORT KY Breckenridge News 1897 Seed rye for sale Cliha Iliidel Holt vkJ GLENDEANE Henry Moorman returned from a visit to Ills grandparents at MilUood Sunday MIbs Mary Peyton Fulls of Rough stopped over Sunday on her way home from a visit to relatives at Bewleyvllle Moorman Hardaway Bewleyvlllo is visiting 1 0 Moormans family John IinH has returned from n pleas nut trip In the Nortli Wi nt IIh cptnt bo m i time at tho pleasure rerorln of Northern Wisconsin Miss Geogyn Robertson returned from a visit to friend j In JuflerHon coun ty Saturday Miss Alice Brown of llarned and Miss Irene Board of Hardlnibug ar Â¬ rived Saturday to take chargo of tin ir de partments in Utopia Jim May late of Hardiusburg is run ning a livery stable hero Glendeaue has needed a liveryman for somo time and this now entorpriso will prove a profitable ono A newly built butcher shop aud a good butcher In tho person of Mr Dun can is a welcome- convenience In our town W C Moorman is addh g a few feet In length tohlsstoro and duelling housu He contemplates buHdlug an Irani en bo shed room In a short time and filling it with hardware Mr Dewees and Joo and Johniu Mat Â¬ tlngly left last week for the Nashvillo Centennial Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WEDNESDAY AUGUST 25 Saps t nfr 9 e Local Brevities Wm Hall sold to Hess Utovall 30 head of steers for l K cash KJmnea Done II fold lo Uibeitsm Ilror gg fir November delivery 19 head of fine young steeri averaging 1300 pounds at 41 Purely Personal tSfesB teh t- i- - llfc w jfV y a V If S Joseph ntlentVd tho picnic nt Monday Taul f H nllntlmrg nai In town neWSJn Mr lVn Taylor Powera Saturday Mlai Pearl Perrlgo li visiting relatives at nomlnco for County Juilg tendered It Slonhenrport 1otaloe baskelB HuVra free in honor of Yelvington precinct Mtti Hota Tlnlu haa returned t her lima Bchool supplies nt Dabbagos The members of the Hoard of Health In Louisville Supers Scjiool slates nnd tablets aro doing their duty Notiri s are hulng Mr Jet Or er U ti ln her parents In Harness and saddelry at llaswolls served on the property owners lo look Indltnapolli Henry Shrewsbury of tlnrllnbtrg wat In after the clcaiiliniBs of their premltci Wheat ettlt remnlns at a good figuro the oil Monday pipes SuU The following farniciBSold their wheat Try our 3 for 5 cents cob W Victor llowraer nd Saui Hoard wont to to the Irvlrgton Milling Co at 1 per Ilardtniburg Sunday rs bushel John L Henry 800 bushels Suappy bargains for shrewd buyers Lwrnca Lewli of Brandenburg wai in Chas Hardaway 700 bushels Ell Wilson tho city lait week Supers 100 bushels and R D Cain 75 buahols Mill Llnle Metljnftld of llonderjon la tho Solid good shoes for school children Allco Mattlngly of There will bo no change in the Sulzer gueat Mill Gulzerfl James Iogtn Jr business Mr J O Nolle the present down Monday to apend of llardlnaburf came Two packages chewing gum for 5 cants a for daja ofilciint manager will remain at the Sulzira Mri Fletcher Faulej of Holt la In tho city head of its aflairs and conduct tho busi Â¬ vliltlog rolatlvea and frlondi 15 cents a Real country aoigiutn ness as heretofore along lint b that have Mlia Lena Hen ley of Ilardlniburg la yd gallon Suzsrs been so satisfactory to the bujiog public Itlng Ml aei Hoia and Edna Moorman Collars and collar pads full lino at Editor McClure of tho Hardloaburg Leader Julius Sippet has bought the City Frank Haswells Bakery from Miss Rosa Riedel and will waa In the olty aeveral da a laat week Saddles all styles all prices to suit tho la in tho Mra Marlon Kjan of Loutarllle continue to run tho buslni S3 at the eame eltj the gueat of relatlrca and friends times at Frank lies veils place taking charge Saturday Julius Oacar Haynea Union Star with the C noln A homelike store where you are la a Belt made young man and deservt s natl Cooperage Co waa In tbo city Mondajr altvajs wolcome Suzjra encouragement from the purchasing Little John Klmore Jr was the g eat of The fair people were much encourag- Â¬ public fata aunt Mill Into Johmin s few daya laat ed over their opening day Mls8 Rosa Riedel who baa for many week Mr and Mrs Frank Beavin have years run tho City Bakery will close out I Mlia Deailo Jarboe haa been apenllog aer- rented property on the hill Saturday Mhu Rosa after several weeks erai weexa in unweavmo wun relatives auu ftlenda Robinsons Patent Barley for Infanta vacationwlll enter the dry goods departSome feather ronovating men have Logan Fate of Hardlnaburg attended tho ment of F Fraizds store where she will Republican Magisterial Contention here Sat Â¬ been in town fir a week and are pushing bable8 fatten on It Suzera to wait upou her urday their business as rapidly as potsible Valuable nuggets may be picked up at all times bo pleased friends Mill Gertie Doultlngbouie and Mr John from our laid of bargains Sulzsr a Mrs Kate Bennett of Irvlngton Mrs Ooiaett were guo ta of Mill Daily Djultlng Mr Ja8 B bouse Sunday A J Williams of Owensboro ant Mrs That shower Sunday night was a blesU Joun Iroland edt8t Bon Ireland of Skillman whoso 100th ing but didnt continue long enough Biih p Rico of Greenville will ipend the Orvllle Calloway of Henry county nre anniversary was celebrated in that place remainder of the lummer with bta aunt Mn visiting at Mr Jesse L Owens W W Hinds foreman of this office in June and whose portrait appeared in J A Hairy D C Moorman goes to llarned nnd ia confined to hia homo with chllla the Nkws died at his homo in Green C S Caihman Principal of the Cloverpot A 22 CO double barrel aliot gun 12 castle Ind Saturday night from a Btroke High School la boarding with Dr and Mra Garfield to day to nccopt tics for MoorCo L Moorman man Donne gajo 30 Inch ban el for 15 Sulzera of apoplexy Mr Ireland was 71 years J Mlaa Alt Criion haa returned to her home all in good spirits old Mary Blauford of B jwleyville Miss The children were In Union Star after a pleasant visit to Mlaa arrives to day to outer Utopia She has Monday It wa- - the first day of school Charles E Chapin was in town yester- Â¬ Einlce Cronon D 0 Moormans Robert nnd Roy Gore of Owenbboro day He had with him an apple of the Mlia Stella Mullen went to Henderaon Sun Â¬ engaged board at day Sbo will remain a wetk tbo gueit of Mrs J T Daniel variety which are visiting their aunt Mountain bloomer Mr Jim Payne and wife of llarned Mri Jamca Boyd are visitli g at Joe Mattinglys Tatton Vitrified Brick Co shipped Ave weighed three quarters of a pound and Chria Sablle is In from Illinois where he car loads of brick to Owensboro ytsor measured in circumfrenco 13 inches has been for a year or so to visit his parenta Hardinsburg is Miss Lulu Vessels He eaid that tho tree had about half a Mr and airs John Sahtle day visiting Mrs Joe Mattlngly after a pleasant star Miss Katterjihn The Blue Bella base ball club beat the dozen on it all nearly aa large aa the one Mrs Jeff Mattlngly and Mrs Pat Dil with Mr and Mrs J B Randall will return llardinsburginogame last Saturday of dcacribtd to her home In Henderaon thli week lon both of Hardinsburg visited at Rod 27 to 14 J Wm Miller and family who have Walter May after aeveral weeka linj with Mattinglys last week Rain or shine this ia the place to got been spending the summer months at his parents Mr and Mrs Cbas May Sr re Misses Jennie Atkinson and Katie the Sulphur Springa will return home turned to Louisville Sunday evening everything a man or boy may wear McJilton of Unlontown Ky are guests engaged in Mr Miller ia Saturday Mr and Mrs J Scott Vance and famllj Suzera the grocery business in Louisville He have returned from the Tar Spring where of Miss Ella Robertson best way in the world to got an The Messrs Preston nnd Robert Green has purchased that property with the tbey have had a tery pleasant outing Introduction to low prices is to call on Mrs Wm Mullen returned borne Sunday their sister Miss Jennio and a Louisview of building a nice residence and where sbo bas been the Sulzjra from Nashville Tenn fitting the springs up It could be made guostofher son Willie who la attondlng col- ville visitor Miss Armstrorp attended Shoes to fit the feet fltyli a to fit the I one of the prettiest places in the state meetirg at Goshen Sunday and spent lege fancy money back if not aa repreaented Judge Wm Ahl of Hardlnaburg waa In the the afternoon with Miss Mary Moorman UyMra Anna Mary Liach wife of George Suz ra The Judge la always posiessed olty V Jisch JJrazl ind Undo Dick Avy will vIbU relatives at died at Her Home with Sunday the Feed baby on Robinsons Iatent in that city Aug 4 of paralysis Mrs pleaaant faculty of greeting his friend with a Millwood and other points in Grayson smile Barley recommended by all medical Lisch is a sister of Mrs Seifrled of this Elgin Rice Arthur Martin and Prentice county this week experts Suz jrs city Mr Lisch was a baker here and Hale who bava bon tho guests of Mr and Mr Louis Ashleys son Luther is re- Â¬ Every artlclo aold over our counter moved awy about seventeen years ago Mrs J A Barry returned to their home in covering from a few days sicknrsi Greenville last week carries the guarantee satisfaction or Mrs Lisch was a good Christian woman Eloven additions to the Gushen church Walter Smart left Saturday for Chicago or your money back Sulzera and a contistant member of the church Klondyke We have not been informed of resulted from tho protracted meeting The ladles of the Tresbyterian clUch She leaves a husband and four children which place but trust tht he may find the They wore baptizsd Sunday Tho Rev will give an ice cream supper at the all married but one She was 05 years pathway of life smooth saling ho has Vallandlngham has returned to Leltch Mils Clara Dyer of Cloverport old church Friday evening Sept 3 field but Bro Rutle Ige continues the been visiting tho family of Dr S J Harris The Republicans of this magisterial near Fhilpot returned homo this morning Lost At Tar Springs Aug 29 a pair meeting unassisted of gold glosses The finder will please district met in muss convention Satur- Â¬ Oweniboro Dally Inquirer Babbage aqd Allle DtJer Gallant accommodating entertaining day in tho lobby of the Mitchell Hotel Matter Taylor deliver to this office and receive pay came to nominate candidates for the office of ntte amateur bike riders hour down from truthful Milt Mathency drove over to Trophies of taste triumph of economy and thirty Hardlnaburg yesterday In one Goshen Sunday taking his family and beckons a cheery good day from every Constable and Magistrate H A Oelze five mlnutei some young ladies Treacherous vinegar acted as chairman and Marlon Weather bargain counter in out store Suzlera holt as secretary After much discussion If you have ever seen a little child in from which the pickles had been taken There ia always an air of crispy fresh Â¬ and talk from the respective candidates a paroxysm of whooping cough or if or something of that sort deceived inno- Â¬ ness about our goods that makes them for the two offices W O Taul was you haye been annoyed by a constant cent Milt who thought it muddied spring go without any extra pushing Suz ns nominated for Constable and Hardin tickling in the throat you can appreci- Â¬ water As tho day was warm ho drank A good many people are complaining Walker for Magistrate With unsteadied hand he ate the value of One Minute Cough Cure it of course This long and continuous of chills attempted driving home Tho driving died in which gives qnick relief Short The Rev II T Lampton produces chilly certainly drouth wasnt good the girls gt scared and Owensboro Friday after a short illness Haynea weather jumped out of the carriage a wheel was 83 years old and bad preached He was Beautiful pictures are restful to the the gospel for fifty seven years He was broken till the outfit Is laid up at the DUKES eye and refreshing to the mind over born in this county January 20 1814 To prevent similar shop for repahs fifty styles of moulding to select from mistakes it will be best to tnko none but and came from a prominent family He mlaa the excursion on tho Dont commenced tho work of minister of the branch Thursday Aug 20 to Louisville sundried pickles to church of Mr Baptist church at tho age of 20 His Buffalo Bills great show will be there fine son arrived at the home Rev B A Cundlfi preached here Sun and Mrs D 8 Lloyd or Columbus first work was in this and Grayson This will be the last ono ruu thla b asnu dayafternoon and evening In conver- Â¬ No rain yet Ohio Aug 27 Name Fay Douglas both counties A sketch of hia life appears sation with jour corroppondent ho fully are doing well He in Sundaya Couriea Journal Very poor crops in this locality confirms tho report of Hardin countys AU old soldiers are invited to a free preached hia lost sermon Sunday Aug gold find Gold ia upou Bro CundifTs Farmers all got tho blues dinner at Tar Fork tohtgj Saturday 22 to his Rockport congregation and Ho owns IliO acres rl land the frorth wind does blow then own farm When Sept 4 All others will be charged 15 feeling that Ills career was at an end we shall have snow and what will the up there and if present appearauccs are bade them all good bye old bow do poor thing cents for dinner not deceptive he may be the possessor The Cloverport colored school oponed Rsv Frank Winfrey of Union Star of millions An analysis has been made Tho Bicyclists Best Friend is a fa Â¬ Ho reports Monday with fifty four pupils in attend- Â¬ miliar name for DaWitta Witch Hazil visited relatives and friends hero ttiia by a KewYoik chemist that some of it assays fOO per ton but ance Prof Wm Poynter has been Salve always ready for emergencies week Joliu Dukj went to Ft Branch Ind to amount that will ren Â¬ engaged aa principal While a specific for plies it also instant- Â¬ Sunday after hia mother She will make all runs up an der the working very valuable lis has fol- Â¬ Lost Plain gold medal with the ly relieves and cures cuts bruises salt her home with him In the future leased a small part of hia land to some lowing inscription Pennmanshlp 1891 rheum eczema and all afTectiions of the J J Burnott haa sold his tobacco crop men who will proceed to work at once Finder will please return to George skin It nover fails f LtJt A Ilnm to O B Johnson They will go into the and ascortain whether tho deposits are huckster bualnea roal soon Graham ojftreceivo reward as cxtenalve aa they appear A Successful Opening Mlsa Ella Poworp of O wenaboro Is vis- Â¬ Frank Haswell has rented the property The opening of the Fair Saturday iting relatives at tins place occupied by Thos 0 Tousey near the la common with huudreda of olbora Miss Sitterfield of Davies county in thla and Meade county the writer en Â¬ depot Mr Tousey will movo into part waa a crowning success Their elegant store was thronged with people from will spend a couple of weoks with rela joyed the communication lost week ufjslrs E A Baldwins residence early morn till late at night Tho new lvefl nere from Sturgis Prof Shackletta family A Lalleist announce vlr and Mri A emporium ia a credit to Cloverport and- - --TThere waa a little stranger arrived at have many warm rienda in Brecken- Â¬ the marriage of their daughter Mary to Mrad MJfine Joim Ashby ridge He has done more for our people hearty support of the fe llome Mi Emmett G Gregory September 15 should have tho 10 a boy purchasing public Their stock is en- Â¬ Thursday August than any other man either in or out of 1897 9 a m at tho Etra St M E Rev D L Bon Ids has been confined to Breckenridge boundary His invaluable tirely new and strictly up to date They church his bod for several daja with boils have established the one price system service lo the teachers who patrouizd The City Council should before the to all and no vacations will be tolerated Dave Isoin and wife of Blackford him at Hardinsburg Is reaching thoue fall weather sets In gravel aomo of the The proprietors of the Fair are owners passd through town Friday They dined with her mother on their way auds of children through the agency of streets that are badly in need of it of a number of other stores and buy Who can calculate the Clovorport where they 1ml been to these teachers before they get in an impassable condi- Â¬ thousands of dollars worth of gooda from good which a good man can do purchase furniture tion every month thus enabling them to Rev Hoover of Falls of Rough will The enterprising firm of Gjo Yetka give the buyer some remarkably low preach at the O I church Frhay night Married at Auguata Ga Co of Brandunburg have stored figures on dry goods clothing hats uome out ami near iiiui Yrho foregoing accout of tho marriage away in their warehouse something like caps shirts notions and everything They are trying to form an Alasklan Hit James II Moorman a Cloverport 10000 pounds of wool They anticipate Everybody would t carried in a well cquipptd mercantile gold company here nuu uvfjr Y1 who held a rase in this office a bandsomo price for it liko to liave some oi the yellow dust establishment They Intend for their for a number of yeurs appeared in the Kentucky seems to become famous as Dally Tribune This ia gutting to bo quite a fbh customeis to haye courteous treatment Monday Aug 23 country market There is not a day but what from their clerks The Fair extends a a gold rich gold The Farmera Journal Augusa Ga A happy marriage fiuds near West Point tells of there is a good uliipuieut made Yester Â¬ wolcomo hand to all toomoand close Â¬ Some have been sent to an ossayer ceremony was performed at St Mathow day there was 550 pounds shipped by ly examine their stock Hundreds aro awaiting on tho sot to Lutheran church at 030 yesterday hear the aaaayeia decision rail to dealers in Louisville afternoon by the pastor Rev O L To heal the broken and diseased tisÂ¬ Gold has been found in small quanti Â¬ Weltner tbo contracting patties being Mrs D 0 Loonoy sold to Mrs Mary sue to soothe the irritated surfaces to ties within a half mile of Dukir Mr James II Moorman and Mrs Ida L Miller of Louisville two sub divisions instantly relieve and permanently cure A good many from hero atten led the Adams of the Barrett land near Cloverport ia the mission of Do Witts Witch Hazel barbecue at Hawesville Saturday Mr Moorman is a printer employed at taking in wht is known as the Sulphur 8alYe Short Ilaynei Tho roads ate more dusty than they Richards Shaver and a nice young Springs 75 acres Consideration 105 have been for a long time Traveling is man who not only has tho esteem of his The largest crowd of people were in very uncomfortable Just now FutHc SfMkbifr fellow craftmenf but a large circlo of town Sttuiday that im been here or Our town will afford a huckster outfit friend Bot in the city CongreatGaaa M W Howard of Ala owetlnw Judging from the business right soon bona on of the Southa greatest and Vitittuw Mxkn Haveiluyour chicken rpgi Tha bride ta the daughter of Mr an1 oaitn tnlilnn rain Um M4ichacU were dolMg It looked moat loqiwt eatoN and Jo A Tarker Joraih MlWoa ear inspector ot the Cen Â¬ Mki Hk Um prosperity wave bad track us bowIm el tin PtfopVi party or 0lrk X Mr Hjk Tindle died Friday evening tral rallraad mhI ia the widow of the WMa SimoM of Toblwpett wm is of Court oi ApuMk will apeak at Hi oKar a Harlg IIIimmh The bereaved lata Kr ObarlM AJBWi ot Weatund Um vity Makdy When WlMaif to a diaaburg Friday Seaitiaber 10th aud Sha h yawag lady peosaased c f rare Mv mm aympHtuy of hta friaada Vwi rtptMMttUw ha Mid I jwt at Rrasdaitburc BatureUySvpiil at 1 ebama af aaiad jaanoa 8MQ bah Aalsbfd bah lak-of bay and oclock p m Krwybody k cordially ia Tfcair may Mamh wiatt Mt and Mm atrtw Saturday vhlab vaa oil rWd on viUdtobtwrblia Ladlw Fayrially ia- - Cohuabhi bicycle 14 taoll cot tioo fll Mooraa a prosaro and happy ay plae WO ALXf K Clovoriort Xy voyaga aca the auktriaaaaUa ooaan 3000 people cents All Fliher went to Its dlniburg MonJiy Jul Milter of Ea npls waa In toTD lnr Joy disease by the timely use of Tutts Liver Pills an old and favorite remedy of increasing popularity Always cures Arrest V I tv Twenty fSC iJirir -- Years fl tT Friday j SICK HEADACHE sour stomach malaria indiges- Â¬ tion torpid liver constipation and all bilious diseases - QJBa Wc have been doing busincssiii TUTTS Liver PILLS WWlaw Those desiring photos in all tho now stylos at the re Â¬ markable low prico of jCIocrport IV - J tv IV 100 PER DOZEN V For Cabinets Have now tho opportunity to get them from photographer H Stevenson Mr Steven son is on expert in this profession and hns some beautiful work done in such places as Louisville New Albany Ind Chicago Ills and other cities Ho will bo at the wcarf far two Tho Chicago World presats a portrait of two young ladies taken while in Evans weeks Will still continue to carry glad- P mmmmMMMM j jiiicss aim iiiippi- co nuss me homes of our patrons just as usual Â¬ 1 1 wmmtWBm tjstawj AND 11 1 V v tv tv tv tv tv tv tv tv tv rtV LOOKING BACKWARD 20 YEARS t itV Â¬ Â¬ IV from tho first starling of our btore each year lias been but stopping stones to tho founding of a business that has carried comfort into ninny thousand homes tv IV tv tv WE FEEL JUSTLY PROUD Â¬ tv tv tv of tho liberal patronage bestowed on us Wc feel thahkful for tho many words of praise during the twenty years of toil Wc still continue to conduct n business that will be a credit to tho community Ever on tho alert for now and progrebsivc ideas Come in and make yourself nt homo in tho most home like sloro in Cloverport tv tv tv tv tv tv tv tv tv ville Ind H STEVENSON Â¬ Phntneranhpr LSVSVWV Why Rent When You Can Own 0 tv tv tv tv tv tv tv 1 You rent year after year and have no farm when you get through Tlio land- Â¬ lord 1 cu vour money and the farm at tho Wo olTdr you Ohio ond of tha year tv tv SULZERS A XAli ItherBotom landln Ballard count one of tho bo it counties in Kentucky on the followingreasonable terms SIX YEAR PLAN fXy WSS 50 acreB at 1400 per aero Cash CO Â¬ Â¬ First Year 50ii per acre Second Year 100 per acre Third Year 200 per aero Fourth Year2 50 per acre Fifth Year 300 per acre Sixth year 1 00 per acre Total cost of 50 acres 700 00 00 23 00 School Time is near lSSVVSi1kiVSV 5000 10000 12500 150 00 200 00 700 00 This season I have purchased a large assortment of SCHOOL SUPPLIES Come and sec them Have you seen Our pretty line of BOX WRITING PAPER Call and Examine before purchasing It will be to your interest This laud produced tho past season of 1890 80 bushels of corn per acre and 5 acres of Early ltose Potatoes produced 2000 bushels or 400 bushels to tho acre 10 acres of YdIIow Prior Tobacco made an average of 1200 lbs to the acre which brought in tin market 5 for leaf and lugs J acre of lute cabbage brought 50 sold at Cairo You can raleo twice as much on ngood bottom farm as in the hills and your land dont wash away or wear out There has been no drouth in Ballard county this jenr and tho crops are splen Â¬ did They are good every year We have good farms for ino on long time utbargilns la Dayless Ohio and McLean counties cheaper than anyone Wo will exchange else will sell you jss any farm we have for others For plat and further pirticunrs apply to L Fkkeman Litile over Bank Com- Â¬ s m merce or Huai A William 214J m Third Street 0 vensboro Ky J U muuiN hi iviuuiiiiLuii iiaruinsburg 4 t NORMAL COLLEGE 3 BRECKENRIDGE g 5 B PinST COURSE XICRIM OPMNS SlCPXICMllICR jgijligf35 the tmirs nr OF STUDY ggggftgft abut Iersnns desirinc to snow more individual wauta to the President iniwi r SBSSS uu i 3 z TUITION In preparatory according to advancement IS rer month in olhi r courses no MID KrJin Jt jo tojioo per week F rfurher particulars address J H D LOGAN PREST HARD1NSDURG KY t - sj j Breckenridge Circuit Court Noll Iixr Plaintiff va to Ctedllo i Let la McGIotl Ian A Co Deft All persona having claims the tsao o Martin Mclilothlan ileccasid a e lertby notified to produce them befo e the und rsigned Coinmlisioner at his office in llardinsburn properly previa on nr bef re the firt day ot octuber 1S97 Given under my hand this day nf August 1807 Mirtln McGlthlun 8uzs aan VO IIAIIIIAGBM CI CC Old Sol Ih Kttii g In Boint g od work tlie6e dayp Commissioners Salo John T Krlel Notice of Sale in Equity Ily virtue of a Judgment and Order ol Sale or the Hancock Circuit Court rendered at the July term thereof iScin the above styled cause the under Â¬ va C De endants signed will est Nichols bhepird Co Ilalntlft and you should be prepare 1 to protect youreelf from his eco rayH for lie will be with us for somo time and the weather men eay hell cook everyone in hid reach if theyre not clad in our orE Tuesday the 7lh day of Sept 1897 Cool Summer Wearing Apparel Â¬ between the houra f ten oclock n in und Tour oclock p in at the saw mill herenafler describ ed in llreckenridge County Kenturky proceed to expou to rMic aate tn the highest bidder the fol lowing described prrpertv viz Oae 13 horse power traction steam engine com plete JSo 50JJ built bv M hoIsShcpard Co of battle Creek Mich with trucks hue belting and tixtures and app ndagea with or leoigini to the aimd Said enuine ia now located near the public road leading f om Irdiburir to Tierce about two miles scuth oflodiburg in Irrckenidge County btate of Kentucky to produce the sums of I1087 j3 the amount ufroonr y so otdercd to be made and the costs hereof JjS so amounting in all to the aunt Wo now have everything that ia deairable in tho way of Summer Dry Goods and Dress Goods Underwear Shoes and Slippers Light Summer Suits Straw Hats Parasols Umbrellas Fans Etc We are giving bargains evory 1ny in Sumrner Furnishings and take special pains in fitting von up comfortably for the hot Prices eulted to tho tlmrs hard timia too Buraraor months ofi3c 8 GUMS 1 Sale will be made on a c edit of four and eight months The purchaser will be requited to give bond wllhappr ved security lor the pay Â¬ ment of the pu chase money to have the force and etltct of a Judgment bmnng legal intrrvit f r m the day of sale with a Lien reserved upon said property until ull the I urch se mrney a paid a W- - ma R WW IDVIMnrPAM RROWNaj ilimuuiUU mrn aa - W 5SXiX5GXS5SXS K K 6 Cominlsioner Hancock Circuit Court KKIIV Two li ts with two good frame hemes and other I he lots contain thiee ont buildings aciea more nrUss with oruhard and fin water Will sell at almost the buyeis price Thev are limited at Hock Ilck Ky and known as Mortons old stad Ior further rarllcularsadd ess M I bltVENs die dcancKy We 1 000 buitl t Is damsons you have to sell 1repay charges all radrotda and at ambnats nuke special fiel ht rate on fruit Addrehs lllue iruis aiming Company Oweniboro Ky Wan an Jooo but hi Is pea hes of all kinds tend sample of peach is No man or woman can enjoy life or ac- Â¬ complish much in this world while suf Â¬ fering from a torpid liver DeWltts Lit Â¬ tle Early Risers the pills that clcanso that organ quickly Shoit A Haynes the Grocery are Pure Fresh Prompt Delivery People Gregory ryi -k oal r aJ Rev Donald J rant of Cloverport preached an Interesting sermon at the M E church 8outh last Sunday from Fiovlous to tho text Buy the Truth tho sermon lie baptized Mr and Mra Morria Beards baby Several were pre Â¬ sent from Cloverport among whom were Mr and Mrs A B Skillman Mr and Mm I K Murray and Mlaa Hamble ton CtHuiltMttloH foreTev TeJta Caaoarala Candy Cathwlla Ma or UO U to cure druwlM refua4 auMrtiy fall Gibson m ih hh sw fekool lMW ar Cloverport Ky sfvTssTstMVP1JiI1ll vmsm t4 cow palj Mritsra ta m tMitasMi Ta Cure a OoUntS 104 lUftJMl lw t t Mrua at ClooartMrV n I Jfi -- vtw - m fwr-j-f-i- 8 Breckenridge WKDENSDAY J News 1 MKlTEMUEIt 1807 CfrCCMCSOiQWraWCroCMEll Rambling Thought I By Copy t Ighte and sanctified Uut where the act de generates Into lust it becomes as unlove- Â¬ ly as the satisfied grunting of breeding Bfflno Then our little Eden will bo come closed to us by tho llimlug sword of the outraged higher qualities Â¬ THR BRHOKKNRIDGE NEWS OLOYERPORT KY An Abscess In tho Stomach Caused Croat Suffering Wnn Conflnod to tho Bed But Now Ablo to Work other large tracts Indlflorent parlsof the country Miss Thrift states that It Is also known and can be established beyond a doubt thatsho and her immediate relatives are descendants of Joseph Hall who was In terested In merchant marine and owned vessels that woro destroyed by French prlvateors the claims for which wero settled with tho Unltod Slates govern- Â¬ ment by Franco whon Louisiana was purchased from tho latter nation Con grera made an appropriation to pay for thu vessols destroyed but Joseph Ball died Intestate and tho money has never been paid over to the heirs because their claims have nover before either been taken up or established The above is not of much intorcst to News readers only In that several of our prominent and well known peoplo aro direct descendants and prospective heirs to this large estate Dr J W Compton a former resident of this county but now of Kvansville Ind is a direct heir and is working up the claims of the heirs in this section Mrs James O Chnpln of this county is a sister of Dr Comp Â¬ ton and of course will come In for a share equal with her brother as will all tho Balls Mlllora and Witheru Mis F N DHuy of this city is also an heir Whon questioned as to how she felt at the prospect of falling heir to such a largo estate she raid that sho had not given tho matter much thought and had very little faith in over realizing any Â¬ thing from it but said she I feel like it is worth looklrg after Mrs J E Cha pln is enthusiastic in the matte She and her brother havo been in corr s pondence for some time and are trying to get a meeting of the heirs to push their claims Dr Compton Bays ho has traced his lincago and tl at of his lino of Balls directly back to the- Joseph Ball men- Â¬ tioned in tho above Item and thero is not a doubt In his mind but what he is a direct descendent and a legal heir as aro all tho Balls and Withers John Ball and Alcy Withers of this county wero his g andparonte Â¬ - rFf7mTgr4 r W1 rHP limo J by Dawt ft Tabor 1 3 love 2ml Article i Admitting the truth ot all I said to you week about the compelling forco of lovo and ila molding Influence bo strange that purified thought has forced To Youtm men in let out arossnow to transforming that ma- tic la In your soul and poetry on your tongue so volcanic that tlio crust of Bull ishness thick over join heart is ront Â¬ anundor and a stream of thoiiKhtfulncsa admitting for another rusIifh forth this I ray you mint concede another fact that txlsfs In uvery Christian civil liittnn Ever young fellow no matter how lowly or lofty no matter how un tducated or learned no matter how bad ly or well brought up gains from his ftollrg of devotion to one dear woiniuii cholcti of his heart a glltww at Ivast of tho real grandeur of living and a ray ut least of thu sunshine of life potalhlu to nit of us forever and eor through wo Â¬ man thu weak strong complement of man This gift of better understanding of the responsibility of existence cornea to all who truly love with boiiio It lin gers for aye with others It vanishes like thu dew on a summer morning Hut to all it comes whether treasured or disre garded Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In October 18U5 1 had an abscess In tny stomach I wai also taken with pleu- Â¬ I was risy and roughed very badly treated by nhyt lalaMs but did not Improve I gave up all hopo of over getting well My right aide was swollen and I was not ablo to walk across the room and was I was advlacd to confined to my lied try Hoods Harsapnrllla and began taking it In threo days I could sco a chango tor tho bettor 1 kept on taking Hoods Harsaparllla until I hnd taken four bot- Â¬ Boar with mo further You wilt of tles and continued to Improve I am now to doa good days workon tho farm course say that thero la tho woman sldo able Mann Dcmosivlllo Kentucky MB of tho question to consider True but at present I am not writing to women That will como later I havo moro to When cultured Athena arts hlstutlc flower loo nofilr nurtured to retain her power Yielded her treaiurca la barbailc war I 1 k ulldcd galleon reft nn rocky shore Kuile Komnn toMlert polled her sacred thrlnea Ami drained from prlceleti cup their common wrlnet Ortr her iholcen gems quartlled unit fought And found In purest nrt but eentuil thought Thus evtr will the course untutored mind Degrade Ooda utntlieit gifts to beauty blind Drag from th Ir holy haunts things pure and chatte And all the wealth ol garnered wlJnm wmtc And even italn where high It shrines above V Niagara Itan ft Sawmill Tho first nso of Nlogarns power was rondo u 1735 n primltlvo sawmill bo lug operated Nothing moro was dono in this lino until 1843 when Augustus Portor conceived tho plan of hydraulic canals and in 1801 one was comploted Tho Cataract Construction compauy from whoso plant power has just been delivered in Buffalo was incorporated lu 1880 HOW VriCCCC0 1897t THE i897i MMMMi a DAVIESS COUNTY FAIR TO BE HELD J TO FIND OUT J V Bay to you Nkmo Something to Depend On Kir James Jones of the drug Arm of Jours Hon Jowdon III In speaking of Dr Kings Now Discovery bujh that last winter his wife was attacked with La Grippe and hercaso grow so serious that physicians at Cowden and 1ana could do nothing for her It seemed to devolop into Hasty Consumption Having Dr Kings Now Discovery In stoie and soil- Â¬ ing lots of it ho took a bottle homo and to tho surprlso of all slio began to get better from first dose and half dozen dollar bottles cured her sound and well Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumpt- Â¬ ion Coughs and Colds Is guaranteed to do I his good work Try it Free trial bottle at A It Fishers Drug Store They Hade lllm Ieel Keal lood From the Atlanlu Constitution Hoods 1 nil druggists Co I lx for n Prepared only liy 0 1 Hood tl let Hoods mnl only Hoods Imvill Mini oltcr Umncr oretlm HOOCl S PlilS rills aid digestion 25c Fill a bottlo or common gloss with urine and let it stand twenty four hours a sediment or settling indicates an un- Â¬ healthy condition of the kidneys When Urine stains linen It is evidence of kid- Â¬ Too frequent desiro to ney troube urinate or pain in the back is also con- Â¬ vincing proof that the kidneys and blad- Â¬ der are out of order OCTOBER 5 I Vs 6 7 8 and 9 OWENSBORO KY Dr C Wf WHAT TO DO O PS I l P cU M tet Texas Versus the World From the Wool Keen d John said tho editor to bis ofllcoboy John am I n rich man a very rich man I nover beam tell that you wuz re plied tho olllce boy Am I not oven coinfoitably oil Not that I knows on Have I not money in bank and check books without number lying all around 1 rieasu now for hero my heartfelt ap peal to you whose stops are springy with hope must begin look around you took woll at many of those who having loved each other and truly years ago passed Into marriage n state which In your present feeling seems the one thing to bo desired Study them closely for mayhap you are looking In a prophetic mirror I Thu youth of ten Bummers ago goes to his daily duties now like a ma chine and like a mere machine ho turns homeward at night Huoyanry has dis appeared Ho plods much Hko a horse plods with no motion taken unless forced to It by external necessity Whom he ouced obeyed a gentle voice with alacrity glorying in sacrillce leap ing to her tusks he was just as sincere as you nre he is apt now to grumble at oven the harnessing of the horse for her to drive He approaches the maiden of ten yours eg J more often with complain ings than with pralee At eventide he wraps himself up In silence doing nothing to enliven the hours or away he goes to the society of the club or thu grocery or thu saloon or worse The ordinary courtesy prompted by civilized feeling totvurd women is forgotten when with his wife and he llnds In marriage mere- Â¬ ly permission to be rude to one woman without fear of rebuke The fragrance of love that exists In tiny utleutious like opening the door raising thu hat and saving choice KrtouH for her at table has evaporated and left no trace behind If occasionally lie his name is Legion thinks backward along thu way lie has traveled his pcued heart will admit with a g oan that no matter how sweet the uncertainties and hopes and dream lugi of courtship marriage with its knowledge and intimacy hs scattered all Sunshine has been followed by goom the rosy tints of the dawn of love by the unrelieved stretches of a dun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ too Nary ono I colored day t lads though you are likely to deny such a thing and probably ready to ar Â¬ gue with mo most vigorously about it there is n possibility not very remote if wu may judge from other that your hearts feelings will changt and the glorious oasis you are resting in caoAble of becoming a beauteous kingdom under yourcaret will witness your back turned on its pleasures and your face set toward a dreary desert journey like the one you have traveled before you found your dear love As fellows traversing but once the jtathway of life let us talk with our hearts clom together thu misery I depict yon must keep alive in your heart itapnttent conviction that perfect lovo consists as much in communhn with her dear mind and f pint as it does in centring contact with her precious body I know you have felt this way and ought to still for you like to think as she does opinions and beliefs exprenned by her tender lips ami bright eyes have become for awhile moro teal touches of Divine wisdom than j 011 think you everjieard before Of eoiias she is not the wis st mortal but tho effect on you Is just a as if aim wore for it draws you to her side and you both rejoice In being together If this feeling can be made to last your future will be one of beautiful growth in wlr dom and hupplnetw To avoid gd e To avoid the misery I depict bear Id mind that tiro Is a good servant but a frightful master that tho added freedom of marriage will havo a tendency to con tuso your thought eo that the minor function a function whoae gratification baa not hitherto been essential to your happy communion with her la in dan Â¬ ger of becoming the major aturo of the united life Instead of being a subordi- Â¬ nate enjoyment merely added that the nieUUl aud spiritual attachment may bet mora firmly welded it will like a cuckoo In the home neat grow and tight for the mattery ot all and will succeed unless you watch The abuso of tho physical duUea and privilege will like tho scorch lug het of a desert deatroy the frgrancy ef lite The dividing line between love d Iwtt I rosily crocced and then like a tl king la the lower ll tor of hla IhrM storied palc It will b hard to tvttt Mm kiftlier ttortai of Iter tulad and ptfK i whoa bMtia ye oce glor M WW Ik Is a eowplaU tHrrw aWWlUUt eefi to tak Uhm will prlja Hat fMiioi1uH of lowi will wiiiaha lefty refused admittance only a very few Tho distinguished New York chemist having had tho privilego of seeing tho Carthusians monks of tho order at T A Slocum demonstrating his discovOWENSBORG KY ery of a reliable and absolute cure for homo A story is told of a French Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis daughter of Evo blessed with oven a and all bronchial throat lung and greater share of curiosity thau that pos Â¬ chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal sessed by tho generality of hor ecx affections general decline and weakness who having henrd from her husband lofs of flesh and all conditiona of wast Â¬ ing away will send THHEEFHEE BOT- mid brothor of thoir lato iutercstinc visit to tho mouastory tried by every TLES all different of his Now Discov- Â¬ means in her power to effect an entrance eries to any afflicted readerof tho Bgeck ENKinciK Nkws writirg for them there but all to no avail Determined His New Scientific Treatment has THREE however by hook or crook to succeed WED II cured thousands by its sho at last ldt upon tho happy idea of timely use and be permanently We a ilJ dunnff thepaittwo jeara aoood IMIcketikitorfer Ivpaurllcra considers it a simple a T presenting hcrsolf there dressed as a professional duty to suffering humanity ft other worda aoooo batincis and professional men miteid of ravine iioo for a I lyrewriter have bought the IILICKENSDKIIUJII for Jiti man managing to pcrsuado her husband to donate a trial of his infallible cure tavinc U thtmstlvcs the neat sum ol Science daily develops new wonders to allow her to do so and to tako her fHT MiiriAV Timrr iirrvnnmi minim ivn HA IT 1111 i i Inherited blood discasas are much and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ with him on his next visit mill iiiiiiiiiii imirr Miiitimrii I iiiii ft i itn niiiiiiiv more difficult to cure than those which if Ou arriving at tho gates of tho mon Â¬ menting for years has produced results 5100 Reward 100 iijounavepurchaaedme lour ahare la just 165 andifjou have not nurvhased arc acquired One of the most common astery slio entered nnchallenged with as beneficial to humanity as ran be one wi it not pay y u to Inveaticite and see if tvery word of the above la not hereditary diseases is Scrofula which The readers of this paper will bo pleased tho remainder of tho party hut while claimed by any modern genius His as- Â¬ buinecoJol he most prominent busl ess men ustra oftrui t the medical profession admit is most cesjfullawjeraandtheUniUdStatesGovernmenta ewel satltlied the most sue sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ this m c nine obstinate and decpseated and their ef to learn that thero is at least ono dread- iu tho garden tho conducting monk tion are curable in any climate is proven forts to cure it meet with little success ed discaso that science has been able to leaving her sldo gathored nn exquisito by heartfelt lettera of gratitude WEST VIRGINIA SUPPLY CO I fiRHrni apHTO tiled t WUW rose which ho brought and presented In his American and European laborator- Â¬ A child afflicted with Scrofula is always cure in all it stages and that is Catarrh iioraaj oienaneeiianKlMildng WHEELINO W VA and sickly and can never grow Halls Catarrh Cure is the only to her with a conrtly bow proving that ies in thousands from those cured in all puny n u tj a eeaa positive he into healthy ruanhooa until the disease at least was not deceived by her dis Â¬ parts of the world is eliminated Scrofula leads into con- Â¬ euro known to the medical fraternity guise She too foolishly betrayed her Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ sumption nine times out of ten so that Catarrh being a constitutional disease self by her ready grace and charm of chial chest and luua troubles lead to it is important for this reason that im- Â¬ requires a constitutional treatment which uninterrupted manucr in accepting tho rose which she Cousumption mediate attention be eiven to nil cliil Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally did most willingly Needless to say means speedy and certain death drcu who inherit the slightest taint to T A Slocum 0 acting directly on the blood and mucous that after this incident she never pene- Â¬ OS Simply write New York givingM post Mrs S S Mabry 360 Elm St Macon Pine street Ga writes surfaces of the system thereby destroy Â¬ trated into the interior of tho building office and express address and the free My boy Charlie inherited a scrofu- Â¬ nor saw what sho was dying to 6ce bnt medicine will be Â¬ lous blood taint and from infancy was ing tho foundation of tho disease and returned unsatisfied n sadder and a ers should take inpromptly sent Sufferstunt advantage of his giving the patient strength by building covered with terrible sores his sufferings wiser woman with a high appreciation generous proposition being such that it waa impossible to up the constitution and assisting nature however of tho keen discernment of Please tell the Doctor that you saw th dress him for three vcars in doing ita work The proprietors have cloistered ones his offer in tho Breckknriixib News so much faith in its curative powers Tlie Search For Truth that they offer One Hundred Dollars for ETerrbody Saj So Iu tho search for truth no aid Is so any case that it fails to cure Send for Casearets Caudv Cathartic tho most won- Â¬ effective us the over ready spirit of ac- Â¬ derful medical discovery of tho ape pleas Â¬ lists of testimonials tivity He who postpones putting what ant and rcreslnnc to tho taste act gently 3c Address FJ CHENEY A Co Toledo O ho kuows into practice until he knows and positively on klJuoj s liver and bowels cleansing U10 system dispel colds S pes Fancy Calico BaTSold by Druggists 75c Full are Scrub lirush Nice riain Hemttltch 5 pis Irish Iiuns moro will find his jonrney n long nnd euro headache entiro habitual constipation fever ed IlirdkercJiief and biliousness Please buy and try a box discouraging one Carlylo well says worth worth jc worth loc worth 6c of O C C to day 10 25 M cento Hold and lit Ira to nilllon o Dalian Couviction were it never bo excellent guaranteed to euro by all druggists is worthless till it converts itself into A Cincinnati Erqulrer special from 13c conduct Nay properly conviction is Lima Ohio says TWINS OF THE Notices havo been not possiblo till then inasmuch as all SHERflAN HOME box of Baby 55 prs I a Ka Opera EnursoVaCeltbiated received In this city by the children of speculation Is by nature endless and 60 pra Xlena Fiae Shoes Shoes TipSh ea the late Kobert Thrift M I of this city formleoo Most true is it as a wise man Adapted by the Wife of the Secretary ot Stale Shoci worth t jo 1 100 quality and ot the late Dr John Thrift of Colum Â¬ teaches us that Doubt of any sort canOne Is Living bus Grove Ohio informing them that not be removed except by action On Mason Fruit Jara 5c Big they are among the direct heirs to the which ground too let him who gropes From the Chicago UtcrOctan painfully in darkness or nnccrtain light Bif Deal la HUnkctt For 3 One pint tin Remnant Sale Ihta vast Ball estate and that their respect- Â¬ As most of us know Mr and Mrs prays vehemently that tho dawu Nice ore at 79c ive portion of this great fortune await and Cupa week may ripen into day lay this other pre Â¬ Sherman were childless A time came the establishment of their claims Dr cept well to heart which to mo was of when after lunch consideration and CHARLIE MABRY Robert Thrift was one of the most prom- Â¬ invaluable service Do tho duty which IHs head and body were a mas inent physicians in tbia city and county lies nearest to thee which thou know thought they decided to adopt a child New 10c and heir Mrs Sherman requested some of sores and his nose was swollen to Gf nta nice crol for many years rtK lot nice Jelly His death occurred cut to bo a duty The second duty will ot her intimate friends to assist in the Stock of Undersliiit several time Its natural alxe to add to LidleaIJnenCoJIu Qlassra worth 4 c hts misery he had catarrh which made aouie seven 01 eight years ago and be already have becomo clearer ajedojen 8 arch of a desirable infant one honestly CAHPETS all styles him almost deaf and his eyesight also left a widow one eon William Thrift a and gently born and without parenU to laormou XJftloi rower affected bcame No treatment was farmer in this county and follow on afterward and embarrass A The sbelleM limpet pulls 1084 time spared that we thought would relieve 5c 5c 10c him but he gTew worse until his condi Â¬ three danghteis Mesdamta E N Ken Â¬ ita own weight when iu tho air and friend in New York subsequently tele Â¬ Prince Albert Fulls lodoiSponls tion was indeed pitiable A dozen blood dall and John Thurston of Toledo and about double when measured in the wa Â¬ graphed her to come at once and take Celluloid Coll tra All SUV Ties KnittiitiSilfc remedies were given him by the whole Â¬ Mba Mabel Thrift a prominent society ter Fleas pull 1403 timca their own reduced from i 1000 all colore her choice ot two beautiful habits allayl Wlfth jc sale but they did not the slightest good deadweight The Mediterranean cockle There was geat excllement in the Sher- Â¬ lady I had almost despaired of his ever being Venus verrucosa can exert a pulling Miss Thrift when visited by an En cured when by the advice of a friend we man home pending Mis Shermans trip gave him SSS Swlffa Specific and quirer correspondent to day stated that power equal to 3071 times the weight to New York after tho baby Ou tho of iu own body So great is the power at first the inflammation teemed to in- Â¬ she and her immediate relatives bad I of ldia Fine Choice of alt ourjnc Ladies SHirt Halta Your Couory Pro possessed by tho oyster that to open it a next day she telegraphed her husband Umbiellas crease but as this is the way the remedy known of and 7jc weriatlJat the vast eotate that had been forco equal to dace at Highest worth oj gets rid of the poison by forcing it out Meisblnw llata 13105 time the weight Will ba borne this afernoon Send f I 00 Market 1ilce of the system wc were encouraged and left by their ancestor but the story of of its shellcsei body i required If tho carriage to the depot The carrirgd continued the medicine A decided im the extensive lands and enormous wealth human being possessed strength as great went and tho Senator remained BHHHnaVHHHHaBaaWlaaaaaaaaiiiaiBiaa at home provement was the result and after he seemed so much like a fairy tale that in proportion as that of these shellfish walking the tljor looking at his watch had taken a doten bottles no one who knew of his former dreadful condition they refrained from any effort to estab the averago man wonld be able to lift watching each carriage as it csuh in tho enormous weight of 3976000 would have recognlied him AH the lish their lineage with the 1U1I family sight The train was a little lati I ore on hit body have healed hi akin The f mily can easily trace their ancestry pounds pulling in the same degree as was becoming nervously anxious it perfectly clear aud smooth and he and its connection with the direct Â¬ the limpet And if the man pulled in uirmLLi HUSSEUVILLE KY de the same proportionate degree as the Finally the carriage hove in sight he has been restored to perfect health Mr A T Morgan one of the promi Â¬ scendants of Joseph Ball who died in cocklo bo would sustain a weight of so marched out to meet it at the curb threw nent druggist of Macon and a mtmber Philadelphia in ISil The latter came loss than 3 10C 500 pounds Worthing E4awed open the door There was Mrs Sher Four Cetirus of the board of aldermen of that city to Toronto Ohio with hi parent early tons Magarine Nina Schwls strong Fioullv man and a nurse each stepping out with ay I am familiar with the terrible Tterough in the century The family ia of Qoaker a baby in arms Such an expression as condition of little Charlie Mabry and the cure which SSS effected in his or gin and trace their ancestry back to came over that stern Sherman face was Senl tor Catalogue SHOfS AT IRVHKTiN ANI CUSTM Tetter Sau Itheara ttadBctemaw to W S RYLANDprea case wat remarkable and prove it to the family of Mary Ball who became the The intense Itching and smarting inci Â¬ never seen before It could not be deÂ¬ be a wonderful blood remedy SSS it the only cure for deepseated ife of Augustine Wssington and they dent to these diseases is instantly allayed scribed He was at a loss for words for a ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED blood disease such a Scrofula Rheu Â¬ wero the parents ot General George by applying Chamberlains Eyo and minute or two and finally was able to Many very bad cased stammer Skin Ointment matism Cancer Hciema Catarrh etc Washington Wife what does this mean T havo been permanently cored by it It IRVINOTON MILLING COMPANY It is the only blood remedy guaranteed The estate U valued at many million Husband they were bo Is equally efficient for itching piles mai She replied of dollar The property left by Joseph a favorite remedy for sore nipple IrvlHKtn Kr pretty sad so much alike that I could Ball includes the old Hope farm at Phila Â¬ chapped hands chilblaJas front bites act make a choice and so I selected b Sorretor to O D fiocKix MKr GMtoa Ky -- 2J litis the S3 eta per box and chroaio sore eye tUutdSureW0fUe both Thy were twin girl babies Fvr and coetaltM bo poUth bo Baercsry or delphia There were 435 acree Ib the ther aalBeral which SMtna to bhk U tract and the greater portion of it the aext few days it was a show to watch Br CaJy CmmsMIm IVhrUt are all who know the dlswtroaa effect of leaeed for aomethlsg let than a centary just what a laora ee4 wh i bd Mr bberwau m he enjoyed and Tho test alaafs of Mm Rowm caressed tBe drag book baa expired There Is aim ccaditioei Toc Mood Mrtfer wero from Uw Mwit kW Bm UMHwcoatu Oaeoltho twiaslck J ValMhle Mailed free to My U Imt im4 food Ttor wined to Mrtr toad Ib Wjhlrgto City 50999 rermifeec aadaaJ 411 withia a few wwkad Swift Specific Mm beat la mm to wit a T MisiMcisn Ustr iUwmn BMpMtW horn stm i Ktatacky m4 Pfeiiaitlphi kMMM 1st arias sustatHasi Mm M t 0444- - U ww hk OauaaUr Mi COUNTY SURVEYOR MS m wttl mkm 1Mr Yattqr ami MAMNMWIIMKY J WaWW MV tM OMM I Â¬ Tho editorsigiied then turned to threo letters that lay on his table and read aloud Our bank has a claim against you for 100 Ilmio Bond check on receipt of this Our firm has boen instructed to col- Â¬ lect S0 out of you Kindly forward your checlc at onco Wo havo claim for 70 against you rieasu remit us by check as early as pos Â¬ sible trod bless tho bankB and tho lawyers lie oxclalmed They do make n poor struggling devil feel so good I And then he silently dropped the loi- Â¬ ters into tho waslebasket and wroto an edilornl on Urigiter Days Ahead A Modern Lazarus Illgneai is not always Indicallvo of greatnrsfl but this docs not apply to TexuB If wo wero to stato that tho en- Â¬ tire population of the earth could bo comfortably accommodated in tho Stato of Texas not every wayfaring man would believe us Still we do state tho fact and aro ready to prove it Thero aro In tho world approximately 1 188000000 persons Tho earths sur face Includes 01218800 Bquara in II en of torrltory giving -- 0 inhabitants to each square inllo Thero aro in Texas 205 780siiuaro miles As each of these con tains 010 ncreB tho acres Included In that Stato number 170099200 To distributo over this torrltory the population of tho earth wedlvldo 1488000000 by 17009 200 and find that each aero will accom- Â¬ modate n fraction moro than eight and one half porsous For convenience of calculation wo will estlmato nlno persons to an acre Now what space In feet would this allow to each person An aero contains 416GO Euare feet there foro each per- Â¬ son in tho worlds entiro population would havo 4810 f tpiaro feet of real estate Tho fquaro of 4840 is approx- Â¬ imately seventy therefore every person In tho world if compelled to live in Tex- Â¬ as could be given a buildirg lot seventy feet fquaro This would bo ample for n modest home with n bltof lawn In front a lower or vegetable gtrden in the rear and Bulllclent space on either side to guarantee leasonable fiecdem from too So if every man Inqulsitivo cltlzuns woman and child in the world should stand in Texas at qua distances from one another they woud hayu to raiso their voices In order to bu heard by their nearest neighbors Yut Texas is only one corner of this great country with less than ont half of the representation of the Empire State in Congress and a population at present HOOOOO less than that of Greater Now York Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There Is comfort in the knowledge bo often expressed that Dr Keliners Swamp Koot the great kldnoy remedy fulfils overy wish iu relieving pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passages It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain In poising it or bad effect following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleorant necessity of being com- Â¬ pelled to get up many times during tho night to urinate The mild and the ex- Â¬ traordinary effect of Swamp Root is soon renlred It stands the highest for its wondeiful cures of the mobt distressing cassep If you need medicine you should havo the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and ono dollar You may have a cample bottle aud pamplet both sent free by mail Mention the Breck ENitinoK Nuns and send your address to Dr Kilmer A Co Blnguamtoii N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee tho genuineness of this offer Prompt nuafaeas Methods As ho finished driuking his soda ho laid his hands upon tho fountain in an unobtruslvo way nnd rcmarkod I sup poso this is charged Yes said tho drawor reaching under tho counter for a pistol so is this Tho moneys yours said tho drinkSmall precautions often prevent great mischiefs DeWitta Little Early Risers er throwing down a dime Boston Transcript are vory small pills In sir but are most effective in preventing tho most serious THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE forms of liver and stomach troubles They cure constipation and headache Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be and regulate tho bowels Short Cured Haynes Â¬ II OPPIOBES TODD President F T GUNTUER Vice Prest P T WATKINS Treasurer J W CARTER Secretary m LARGE SPECIAL PREMIUMS have always been tho main feature of the Fair and havo always assured its being a success Tho finest stock in Kentucky Indiana and Illinois compete for them This years premiums aro up to tho standard of former yr ars SPEED KINGS Tho races arh contests to encourago tho development of speed qualities Trickery will be debarred and close and iair contests will be exacted BICYCLE RACES A now ftaturc is tho Bicycle Races Every race will bo first class No loafing on the back stretch and tho boys that win will havo to git up and git THE FLORAL HALL And Machinery Department will be as attractive as it can be made Every department will bo filled to its utmost Bring tho products of your farm garden dairy your paint- Â¬ ings needle and fancy work Tho BEST BAND of MUSIC has always been obtained Look out for NEW FEATURES No intoxiconts sold or gambling allowed on tho groudds Apply to tho Secretary for Premium Lisits or general in- Â¬ formation to T A Pedlcy for privileges to Jas Keeloy for bicyclo race information An Eminent New York Chemist and Scien- Betrayed by a 1Ionrer To tho monastery of tho Graiul Chnr trcugo women as n rule aro inexorably tist Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers J W CARTER Sect oo vocr MILL4IOIT 9 I R I j Hill T1WD MIS 1 COS IB Tl IMS l Â¬ itii8 3tA Â¬ 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