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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r ac rf r ip pp ww nUTTTP VOL XXII BRECKENRIDGrE NEWS AXxLx THE NRS THATS FIT TO PRINT NO 8 Â¬ CLOVEKPOKT HUNTED FOR SIX YEARS Desperado Highwayman Uurglar Frobabljr Murderer Arretted KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1897 as Riiown alighted In Its coto in Robert Ulilmnns yard in East Portland yesterday On Its leg was a slip of paper containing tho following On the Summit or Ciiilkoot Pass j August 25 To Robert Uhlmmi Portland i We are all well and in good spirits Tell eiery ono you know not to coma here TnoiiAS Cain this winter Tho pigeon was completely fagged out and at first refused food Tho distance from Portland to tho summit of Chilkoot pass by tho water route is 1071 miles Â¬ BLOWN UP BY GAS Many Persons Injured by an plosion Near Indianapolis Ex- Â¬ ane SIX WERE KILLED OUTRIGHT Flames Add Terror to the Appalling Situation and the Town Is Al- Â¬ most In Ruins for a suburban Indian Arous fc i Ha y r 5 city was tho scone of two frightful ox One plosions of natural gas Saturday explosion followed a fow minutes later than tho other ono Each was very de- Â¬ structive of lif o and limb and from each oxplosion started flames that wiped out tho business part of tho town The catastropho killed six people and wounded fully 60 others somo of whom will dio of thoir injuries Tho dead aro Pius Gresh grocer aged 19 burnod to death Jacob Darling painter crushed by falling walls Charles Yount single agod 25 found dead in grocery ruins Henry Ernest a laborer John Porter a farmer Albort Hay worth huokster Among those most seriously injnred nro William Boss hips crushed Or villo Heady street car conductor in- Â¬ internally burnod about tho head jured and face probably fatal Anderson Plummer cut over tho eye haud crushed and injnred internally Frank Morris hands and legs burned body badly bruised will probably dio Frank Marvel head cut two fingers blown off and leg broken injured internally James Mitchell New Augusta brick mason both legs broken John Doaks back broken injuries thought to be fatal William Day blown across tho street tocth knocked out and hurt internally Jesso Day blown out of the second story window and badly shaken up face scratched and leg hurt Jacob Cruso four rib3 broken Besides these there wore nearly 50 others slightly injured Tho first explosion occurred in tho rear part of tho James F Watts drug- Â¬ store and the five men within wero thrown clear out upon the street all of them more or less injured and two with broken bones Tho building which was of wood burst into names at once ana burned like tinder Tho whole popula- Â¬ tion was upon tho ground in a fow min Â¬ utes and whilo part of tho people looked after tho injured men othors helped neighboring merchants to re- Â¬ move their goods as tho firo was spread Â¬ ing rapidly Across tho street was tho old Oddfel- Â¬ lows building of briok tho gitrand floor of which was occupied by Squiro Gresh as a grocery While it was sur- Â¬ rounded by people a second explosion dealing death and ruin in ovory direc- Â¬ tion occurred There was a blinding flash a deafening crash and tho Odd- fellows building was a mass of scat- Â¬ tered ruins bursting into fiamo before the crowd could recover from its terror and comprehend what had happened Fioroo flames wero spreading in every direction flvo buildings wore on fire at once Tho explosions had knocked out all tho wires in tho town except a single telophone and this was utilized to appeal for help from tho city In a short time a corps of physicians wero on thoir way out by trolly cars aud a flat car on the Monou was loaded with firo apparatus and dispatched to tho scene In the meantlmo tho pooplo of Broad Ripple had pilled themselves together and begun the work of resquo and re- Â¬ lief The burning ruins wero invaded and the doad and wounded carried from them Tho doad wero brought to a morgue in this city whilo some of tho critically injured wero removed to hospitals at tliia point Â¬ Â¬ SepfTO Broad Ripple resort 10 miles north of the Nkw Yonir 8ept 0 EugonoOHara alias Joe Bates alias James Brown 43 years old burglar highwayman des porado and probably murderer who cut Ids way out of Jefferson Market prison hero six years ago and has been hunted over since was recaptured yesterday by detectives After his cscapo OHara with another fngitivo from justice named Joo Stranahan mado his way to Colon from which placo they proceeded later on to Enropo where thoy committed a scrios of bold crimes Th r eo years ago OHara returned to tho Unitod States and at Columbus O was caught In tho act of burglary He served term of two and a half years for this crlmo and during the period of his Imprisonment was not recognized as tho escaped prisoner from this city OHara was released recently and took up a residenco in Jersey City Ho mado trips across tho North river and at last tho polico wero Informed that OHara was visiting his old haunts hero and took steps to arrest him Under the name of Joo Bates OHara in 1878 was sentenced to a term of soven years at Sing Sing prison for a highway robbery committed here Again in 1885 ho was caught robbing a saloon in this city by Policeman William Ketchalo OHara mado an attempt to shoot the policeman but was finally lauded in tho station house Bcforo being sent to stato prison a second time OHara threatened to kill Ketchalo when released On Aug 7 1891 Policeman Ketchalos dead body was found floating in tho North river and tho mystery of his traglo death has not yet been cleared up As OHara was known to bo out of prison ordors woro issued to arrest him on suspicion of having killed Ketchalo Four days after tho finding of tho policeman s body Patrolman Thomas F Maguiro was stabbed thrco times in the back by OHara After a fight with another pollcoman named Sherwood tho murderous crook was overpowered and arrested Ho was then committed in default of 5000 bail to tho Jefferson Market prison to await trial far his at- Â¬ tack on Maguiro OHara cut tho prison bars with a saw and escaped Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OPENING A ROAD Gold Seekers Preparing to Reach PREVENT NEWS NUGGETS Whilo crosflnjt n crrek noir Waverly Farmer T II JoinRon says a four pound b iss loiiml Into his vehicle George Smith colored 17 whs sentenced to two years in the penitentiary nt Lan caster Ky for a confessed forgery Charles B Wood fruit grower of Rappahannock county W Va has Ut n offered 5000 for hli apple crop but has refused Robbers secured a good haul at Sebroe Ky nfter starting a 30000 fire During tho excitement they broke into a number of houses O STRIKES Thats What the Operators arc Preparing to Do Â¬ mi Lpo1 a Way THE YUKON GOLD FIELDS Only Those Who Help to Construct the Road Will be AJ lowed to Travel It DIVINE HEALER TAKES A WIFE August Schrader ami Mill Lottie Douglass Roberts Married f FOR HOME Consul General Lee btarta From Havana on Teave of Absence BOUND Havana Sept 0 General Fitzhugh Loo tho United States consul general accompanied by his sou and privato sec Â¬ retary embarked Saturday afternoon on board tho Ward lino steamer Scgu ranca bound for Now York When questioned as to his apparently sudden departuro from Cuba Goneral Loo said his leaving Havana had no sig- Â¬ nificance Ho was simply availing him Â¬ self of a leave of absence granted him by the state department Previous to leaving this city General Leo called upou and bid farewell to Captain General Woylor and tho Mar Â¬ quis Ahuraada tho governor of Havana and acting captain general whon Gon Â¬ eral Weylor Is absent from Havana General Weylor Hack In Havana 4 Captain Goneral Weylor arrived horo at 8 oclock yester day evening from Meliu del Sur CO kilometres distant with an escort of 150 cavalrymen Ho roturnod for tho pnr pose of assisting at tho memorial serv Â¬ ices In honor of tho lato Premier Cano yob del Castillo Iinaglnxl llfiniera Great Tragedian New Your Sept 0 After drinking a flask of whisky on a wager Abraham Rosouthal yesterday im agined himself a great tragedian and daced about his apartmonts with a In his theatri- Â¬ Wg kulfo in his hands cal frenzy Rosenthal plunged tho weapon twice into his left breast la fliotfng woumls from whloh ho died last night i Havana Sept Â¬ Â¬ bl of North Fairfield shot Korsoflilef fikot NorW aUC O Sept 8 Tho const The oomfleM this side of Fairfield titfet stole a hone and buggy t Reed tow Wm cottnty from Mr Ross aud was traced to Fairfield Hearing oOcew were after hint he fled to a aomleld whr he made a bold light firing at the oousUble when the latter filled aim fall of buokahot He was brought to Kocwalk aud lodged tejatt namd W H Clifton yesterday in a a horsethlef Sept 4 August Schrader commcily called tho diviuo healer and Miss Daisy Lottio Douglass Roberts of Sioux City la wero married Tho cere- Â¬ hero yesterday afternoon mony was performed at half past 4 oclock in tho opera houso in tho pros enco of a thousand people who had gathered on a fow minutes notico it being decided at the last moment to hold a publio wedding and tho manager of the opera houso offered tho uso of tho house Schrader arrived yesterday morning and the bride in tho afternoon Tho brido said that she was an En glish girl and had met Schrader in Sioux City where sho had mado somo money in real estate ana DroKcrage Tho couplo will remain hero a few days Children Killed In an Explosion Morton Ills Sopt 0 A terriblo ex Â¬ plosion occurred horo yesterday even ing at 5 oclock Tho olectrio light company owned by Byer Brothers Company valuod at 14000 was completely demolished by tho bursting of tho boiler from somo unknown causo Two girls aged 5 and 9 years wore killed outright aud two boys agod 4 and 12 wero seriously hurt Thoy are the children of Moso Byors Threo of M Moschells family and many others wero slightly hurt by flying missilos Death of a Railroad lrcsldent Benjamin New Yoiik Sept 0 Browster presidont of tho Keokuk and Des Moines railroad died Saturday at his summer homo In Casonvia N Y aged 69 years In 1849 ho went to Cal forma whero he remained in business for 25 years Ho was closoly associated with John D Rookefollor in tho estab lishment of tho Standard Oil company and was prominontly identified with tho construction of tho Rock Island railroad Understanding- lletvreen the Ituler London Sept 0 Tho Constantinople correspondent of Tho Standard says he is credibly informed that the sultan has boon in direct communication with tho czar and that tho correspondence has resulted In tho making of mutual ar Â¬ rangements by which tho sultun agrees never to uso his influence against Rus sia in control Asia and the czar pledges himself to uphold Turkish rights in Europe Tailor Kilted My a llartemler Columbus 0 Sept 0 In a running fight on Court street yesterday after noon Gcorgo Robinson a bartender stabbed and killed Richard Cluprood a tailor Tho fight resulted from Clap rood and somo companions having stolen 60veral puppies belonging to Robinson Tho latter was stoued by tho crowd beforo ho drow a knifo and Robinson is- under stabbed Cluprood arrest Iron Ore Train Wrecktd Ravenna O Sept 0 An iron oro train on tho Pittsburg and Western railroad was wrocked two miles oast of this city at an early hour yesterday morning Brakoman Hawloy A Thomas killed of this placo was instantly Michael Seibb a tramp was fatally in Several other tramps were jured badly but not fatally injured The wreck was caused by a broken frog Killing Follow an Old Grudge Ky Sept 0 Will RussELLVlLtE Bakof a promluent farmer who was Bhot by Doo Chapmau Saturday night at Adairvillo aud died yostcrday Chap Â¬ He was man is here under guard taken to Bowliug Green last night for iafo keeping as a mob was oxpeotcd An old grudge caused tho trouble Chapman claims self defense Bakers friends say it was cold blooded murÂ¬ der Horrible Manner of Taking Her Life 0W0330 Mloh Sopt 0 Miss MJUlo Comstock a muslo teacher died yester Â¬ day from the effects of beiag barncd by her placing a blanket eataratod with oil around herself and settlRg Are to it She had been in poor health for soute time and preparations wore being made to reatove bar to the PeutUe asylum kettle of Sail CaHBd Portsmouth O Sept 4 A kettle containing 75 la gold was found buried an the farm of the late Mate Mo Govm mm t i plaoe Newcastle Ind Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Sept 6 Tho following letter has been received from J M Hagorty at Skaguay Alaska datod Aug 28 Sylvester Scovol of tho New York World landed yesterday morning at Bkaguay by a specially chartored tug from Juneau with two tons of blasting powder and tho necessary tools to equip soven completo crews for rock work on tho Skaguay trail and as fust as horses and men could get nt it it was started In tho evening thoro was to tho front a meeting at tho foot of the first hill attended by over 600 miners who or- Â¬ ganized for tho work in from of thnm and elected an oxecutivo committee consisting of James Christie of Port- Â¬ land president Philip Adams secretary O A Cramer of Seattle Mr Heacock and Mr Day as superintend ents who selected experienced men for tho work on tho rock hills and veteran loggers for tho work of corduroying tho muddy plces Thoro wero 30 Canadian mounted polico also on tho trail Thoy have pitched in with a good will and say that tho building of this trail now will oua bio them to get in tho 70 tons of provisions in time to build and provision tho mail stations in their territory so that thoy can operate dog teams all wintqr and they agreo to dclivor tho mail every two weoks from tho Klondike to tho American line Work is in progress for 15 miles along tho trail aud all travel and packing has been suspended until it Is completed Thero have been somo kickers as nsual but thoy aro so much In tho minority that they havo had to submit While I believo this trail will be com plete in 10 days so that travel can bo resumed dont start for this point ex pecting to got over for nt least 80 days as It will tako that long after the trail is completed to get all tho miners over who aro now thero Thero would never have been so much troublo for small parties bnt tho swarm of people 95 per cent of whom wero tenderfoot and know nothing about packing uud mountaineering has been tho causo of congestion at this point The first reports about this trail woro inspired by ill treated parties who aro trying to start a town hero and who aro also in tho whisky business Not nearly so many discouraged prospoctors oro selling their outfits for a song as has been reported but a good many who started for tho Klondike havo given up that idea havo turned townsito buyers and aro erecting all kinds of buildlugs and establishing themsolvos for tho winter as best they can Ono week ogoÂ¬ lumber could bo got for 37 per thousand Now it is 50 and none for salo oven at that figure Rubber boots heavy shoes aud oil clothing are in do maud and fetch big prices Hardware of all kinds sells well Tho Alaskan Pacific Express company has mado arrangements to open an office hero and has appointed H L Bat ting formerly of Portland agent Tho steamship Queen of Scattlo steamship Alki and Danube of Victoria have lauded over 600 passengers 800 tons of freight and 800 horses and mules sinco Aug 25 and still thero is more to follow Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Seattle Wash MEETING OF OLD VcTcKANa Annual Keunlon of the Twenty Third Ohio Regiment Fkemont O Sept 8 Eighty two members of tho Twenty third Ohio wero hero yostcrday in attendance nt tho 20th annual reunion of tho regiments In the morning a splendid military and naval parado was held with companies and regiments from all parts of tho stato In the afternoon a camp Presi firo was held at Spiegel Grovo dent McKinloy acted ns president of tho day and in response to tho welcoming address by tno city mayor A 11 jacii son delivered a happy spoech The remainder of tho program con sisted of music songs and brief ad dresses by Senator M A Hauua Sec rotary of War R A Alger General Brookes U S A United States Circuit Judge Hammond of Memphis Rev Charles 13 Manchester of Canton Col onol James L Bottsford of Youngs town L E Holden of Cleveland Wil- Â¬ liam 0 Lyon of Newark Hon N Squiro and R F Hauuou of Cloveland General Robert P Kennedy of Bcllo fontaino and ex Governor Foster About 20000 people wero nssombled at Spiegel Grovo to listen to tho exer- Â¬ cises A military rovlow battery drill with firoworks in tho o oning concluded tho program CHILDRENHTb IN ASTUMP Rattlesnakes lilt Them mid Until Now Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Burglars entered Wroitcls general at North Vernon Ind getting In Jewelry clothing ft rear transom and an immenbo amount of goods were WAGE SCALE taken A SEPARATE George V Vot was arrested at Mc CI u re O on a charge of being connected with tho Ford gang which liai boon postofflcos He was released Proposed Which is Uxpectcd to Be a swindling the on bond George Morris a farmer residing near Part of the Agreement for t00 In tho Rome O sold a farm for evening and left the money In tho houso Next Year over night When morning camo It had store over OTrtf POWDER Absolutely Pure CO Celebrated for Its great leavrntng trength and Assures the food azainst alum and healthfulnes all fotms of adulteration common to the cheap brantff ROYAL BAKING FOWDER NKW YORK Aro Dend LouiaViLLE Sept 4 Nows has been brought hero of tho death of two children from tho bito of rattlcnakes on tho form of Mr Nat Cox in Taylor county Â¬ Mr Coxs two children together with several others from a neighboring placo Tho woro playing hide aiid beck littlo Cox children had scampered off to find a place to hido Thero was near by a largo hollow stump Ono of tho children rushed to this followed by tho other both in high glco in finding such a seenro placo to hido Tho child who first entered tho stump was instantly attacked by four rattle snakes which oconpicd the rctroat Tho littlo fellow hearing the terriblo rattlo of tho snakes realized what a den of death ho was in but tho poisonous fangs had already been buried in his flesh Utting a piteous cry and throwing up his hands he culled for help from his brothor who had como with him to hido The other child jumped on tho stump and tried to pall his brother out Bofore he could Buccced In doing so he was also bitten Tho firstr child bitten by the snakes died in flvo minutes and tho second in 10 minutes Â¬ STEAMER FROM SKAGUAY Thirty Men Iteturn Having Given Up the Idea of Getting Acrou the lanti ViCioniA B O Sopt 0 Tho steamer Queen arrived from Skaguay yester- Â¬ day brluglug 80 men who had given up Â¬ the Idea of getting cross thapasses One - Â¬ thousand men have gono to work on tho tho Skaguay trail to try to open it up no ono being allowed in the meantime Many will wait until to go through tho snow falls and tako their outfits In fact sledges al Â¬ over on sledges ready aro being used to cross tho sum mit on tho Dyea trail Thoro havo been 20 desertions from tho United States steamer Concord at Juneau the men leaving to go to tho mines S M Lesikatis who wont into tno Klondike last spring sonds out word to lils mrtnnr Mr TTpiir of Jnneau that I ho has struok it rioh He says sunk two prospect holes without find could ing ouythlug but in tho third I pick up nuggets with my bauds I am so excited I can not wrlto Wo aro rich Tho amount of gold people havo hero Is something appalling Frank I Cravnpton of Mount Vornon Wash Is one of tho passengers down from Skaguay on tho Queen Ho went up to look over the situation and took a trip over both passes Ho says that tho killing of horses was caused largely by novices who do not know how to load them In mauy iustancos tho pack saddles aro allowed to wear great holes In tho horses backs Tho meu who aro fixing the troll will bo tho first to profit by it This has been decided by the vigilunce committee and no man can go on tho troll with pocks without a certificate from tho secretary that he has done so much work on tho troll One man whom Mr Crampton saw had gotton nearly all of his outfit over when tho trail was closed for travel The committee refused to let him tako the remaludor of his pack over His entreaties did no good In desperation ho went baok aud got a Winchester riU and two royolvors and held up the committee and weat through At Dyea and the Ohllcoot Pass tho eofiditJotts are much the same as on tho Skagoay Mil Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ was in Pittsburg yesterday afternoon He said tho men formerly employod In tho Eclipso mine on tho Wheoling di Â¬ vision of tho Baltimore and Ohio rail- Â¬ road would bo asked to go to work at the k cent rate Ha was not prepared to say how many men would go to work Thero was a report at Turtle Creek CONGRESSMEN GOING TO HAWAII today that agonts of tho New York and They Mnut to Acquire Somo Information Clovelaud Gas Coal compaiiy was working among tho foreign strikers About the Islands Soveral endeavoring to got them to return to San Fkancisco Sept 4 54 cent rato at congressmen now in this city will visit workhalftho their wages on tho promiso which aro bo of tho Hawaiian Islands beforo returning thatheld baok by tho company would bo ing east Thoso who havo thus far deterback on Sept 25 and tho other mined to visit the islands are Josoph Eaid on Oct 25 Steps were nt onco H O Loudenlargor taken to offset this move aud tho Cannon of Illinois of New Jersey and J A Tawney of campers missionaries report that none of tho men will go back to work until Minnesota Their purposo in visiting tho islands the striko is settled chargo Billiugham is to acquire information of matters of Captain UriahPlum Creek in I said tho camp at aro likely to bo considered at tho think it would be foolish if tho miners that coming session of congress and sinco do not accept 05 cents but in nuy event they nro on tho coast thoy aro deter you cau be sure that wo will keep up termincd to tako ndvantago of tho op- tho fight against Dearmit uutil we win portunity to soo something of tho isl- or starve ands that may bo annexed when conEXCURSION TRAIN WRECKED gress meets in Decomber One Tenon Killed and lllght Other Were Mr l John Drew Hurled Scrloiuly Hurt Funeral Sept 0 Philadelphia Watekville Mo Sopt C An ex services over tho body of Mrs John Drow wero hold yesterday in St cursion train on tho Maiuo Central railStephens Episcopal church aud tho road was wrecked yesterday two miles need and well beloved actress was west of Etna station Martin Payno interred In tho family lot in Glonwood aged 21 of Plymouth was instantly comotery alongside tho grave of her killed and tho following wero soriously husband John Drow hurt Charles Getzscholl baggago mastor at II Clay Kvans Improving station Washington Sopt C Tho condition Nowport O Billings east Nowport Frank Hon H Clay Evans commissioner of Arthur Fish Dexter of pensions Is greatly improved His Mrs J W TownsendNowport physicians oxpeot that ho will bo able Josonh Welch St Albans to resume his duties in a fow days Oscar Butters Nowport W II Earlo Plymouth SORRY PRACTICAL JOKE Mrs Wilbur Miles Newport A Wag Plays Ilurglar Mlth a Roommate Tho train was carrying excursionists from Dover and Fox Craft to tho Etna and GeU Worsted Siielbyville Ind Sept 4 Jesso nnip meeting Tho breaking of a and overturned a car Thrasher and Charles Young livo four flaugo doroilcdpassengers containing 15 milos cast of horo They aro farm What n Model Uakery Should lie hands and havo boon rooming together all season Last night Thrasher thought What should bo tho essential condi First the lie would play a praotlcal joke on tions of n model bakery Young After Young was asleop building should bo nbovo ground per Thrasher got up and robing himself In fectly drained mid ventilated woll or a shoot wont up to Yonug aud aroused ganized absolutely clean aud tho ex him calliug out Your monoy or your pciitu of labor should bo of no considlifol eration The men should bo systomatio Young thinking ho was confronted ully iuspcoted with regard to their by a burglar sprang out of bod nnd personal clcauliuess having in tho first grabbing a heavy cano dealt Thrashor placo been soleotcd for employment on four blows on tho head each blow out ting through tho scalp Medical aid tho ground of their good general health was secured and no bad effects will uud temperance Tho hours of labor should be limited aud couvenieuco for follow washing purposes should bo provided Thirl ruVuiiiiuiit UomelcM Kansah Oitv Sipt 8 Thirty flvo The buildings should bo dust proof in Â¬ families woro rendered homeless last order to mnko dust conl mutilation im Tho ovens should bo fired at by a fire on tho Kaw river bot- Â¬ possible night toms just acrasi the Kansas lino An tlM back of aud not in I ho bakehouso eutiro blook of fiamo buildings bound iUelf Wutoruscd should bo of tho very ed by James Royuolds North James bait mil gaaruutcod qttillty aud iu ind North First streets wero dostroyed onlor tint only a projir proportion entailing a property loss of fOOOOo should Is used for its corresponding Many poor families lost all thoir house Â¬ equivalent of Hour it should bo mean hold offect8 For a time Armours big uicd by uetcr Tliosd an roughly the packing plant one side of which fronts pximitinlH tontvnicnl bnBfhouo NeY on James street was threatened by the J York Ledger flames Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ disappeared Spooks nre wild to hold M3I1 revel In a farmhouse nt Chagrin Falls O In PiTTSBUiio Sept C Expectations aro flamablo articles suddenly become ignited high in call mining circles over the and Hiiro up and are consumed as If im probablo resumption of work in tho pregnated with coil oil mines throughout tho country O L Gurron a young electrician whose In anticipation of a settlement at Co- homo is in Philadelphia died in Lexinglumbus noxt Wednesday another plan ton Ky ns a result of an aggravated euso has been suggested by a representative of hiccoughs Ho had been hiccoughing of ono of tho largest opeiators which constantly for about flvo days Oil and gas havo been discovered on tho will bo agitated immediately after tho of tho men return to work It will bo formu- farm of T T Perry adjoining flow citygus of Tho Pittsburg on lated and submitted to tho joint con- is quite strong the north Perry will at onco nnd Mr vention of operators and miners which sink a well to test the quantity and force it is proposed to hold next December of the supply In older to como to an understanding William C Kylo was arrested at Evans wagu vllle Ind upon advices from Los Angeles on all questions at issue separato hcnles nro to bo formulated for each Cal whero le Is wanted on a charge of mine Tho scale Is to provido for tho robbery IIo Is alleged to liuvo robbed a Ho will not return withrato to bo paid for tho entiro year nnd friend of any bpecial concessions that nre to be out a requisition mado aro to bo agreed upon by tho Lleutcnnt General Dlgby Barker gov miners and operators and so specified ernor of Bermuda arrived In Now York is to bo on Sunday on the steamship Orinoco accomin tho scalo Tho scale adjunct to tho uniformity agreement panied by his aide do camp Captain Piatt whicli is expected to bo in forco Tho General Parker and wife Intend to mako proposition will bo mado by tho oper- a tour of tho United States and Canada ators in tho hopo of putting all tho William and Edward Shafer two safeguards possiblo against u probablo brothers residing at Van Huron Ind strike were arrested charged with burning tho It is well known that thoro aro no two of Joshua Strange Strango has had mines in tho entiro district whero tho burn luirns burned In tho last 10 months Tho uni- threotho Shafers are charged with burning conditions aro exactly aliko formity agreement covers tho general andof them points but oven with it in existenco all Crimen and Caaualtle bomo operators would bo subjected to difficulties whilo others would havo James Hottan farmer of Kmlio i Ind scalo is to cover was run down by a Baltimore and Ohio special advantages Tho all theso point tho primary object be switch engine nnd will die ing to avert differences creato a moro John Thompson a prominent farmer friendly feeling between tho employers residing near Portsmouth O was inemployes and restore porfect har stantly killed while felling a largo tree and mony throughout tho district Lowol Watts a young fanner residing Philip Stambangh a cousin of Presi on the dent MoKiuloy and a partner in the near Vlrojiiiiei Ind was kicked out- Â¬ Company houl by a vlcloas horoo and killed firm of Osborn Seagar Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ StliuulatV yitienta who would 20 horror fill Ami at tho idea of being devoted to tho 7hiky or brandy bottle but who seem to think that thero is no possible harm til re sorting to wines of cocoa or koln witli In mauy or without other ingredients instances theso wines contain such n largo quantity of alcohol that In addition to the stimulating effect of their Jliytr lans constant Â¬ Â¬ medicinal iugrcdlents they produce ua effect equivalent to that induced by a drink of whisky They should tliereforo bo employed only under tho direction of n physician aud should n physicinn ordor them tho prescription calling for them is not to bo renewed indefinitely excepting under his ndvico lf0 Tho samo objections exist ngninst tho employment of all thoso preparations of bromidn nnd caffoiuo which aro utilized under different combined names in tho treatment of headache aud very much tho samo objection exist too uguinst many of tho so called headacho powders or tablets which aro now placed upon tho market for tho uso of tho unwary Theso powders nearly always contain cafTelno which is a stimulant und they also contain somo drug derived from coal tar which when taken continuous Â¬ ly or in ovcrdoso acts dolotoriously upon tho blood I rcfor to such remedies as pheuncetln nutipyriu and acotauilid It is truo thnt they do relievo headacho iu many cases but they should bo used with caution You should rcmombcr thnt n headache is n symptom not n disease and that it is a ryniptoin of mauy diseasos ranging nil tho way from so serious affections as Brights discaso aud bruin tumor to tho headacho right Chautauquau William Creelmau stabbed G Forrcstor due to lack of sleep at Coshocton O In a barroom quarrel The latter may die P C Johnston was Tho Itett lrose Wrltere also cut by Creelnmn This is from Tho Academy George Wonnoll 10 oolored of Xow Mr Quillcr Couchs competition in Richmond O accidentally shot himself The Pall Mall Magazine has closed Ho while hunting Ho lived long enough to offered 11 guinea to tho person who tell how ho met his fate the tho uunio Edwirl Atterbury living at Fort shouldorstato correctly is or hasof been womau who Ind wits killed by an Evansvllle man llranch and Tene Haute train He fell under the during tho past ten years master or mistress of tho best UyJo in English cngluo whlli stealing a ride W B Wilcox of Denver deputy stato prose and tit tho samo tiino ho wroto game warden has been murdered while his own selection on a pieco of paper Ills body and inclosed it in an rnvelopo In tho in the discharge of his duty wasfourd in the vicinity of Steamboat result ill votes were given to Mr Pater Spiings with a bullet In tho head 13 to Mr Hardy 13 ti Mr Stevenson Two huge cars ccllided on thellaywhrls 11 to Mr Ruskiu 0 to Mr Lang 7 each lino at Oakland Cal smashing to Mr Froudo and Hr Biurrie Ii each electric one of tho cars and torloiibly injuring two Mr Kipling 4 to MKMigers A disused transfer switch ta Mr Meredith and each to Mat Â¬ Mrs Pervcs ono Mr Henry Jumes and canned the nccldont of tho Injured may die Mrs Guild was thew Arnold Sir Wultnr Ucsant Mr Co mm Doyle and Miss MnrioCorclli A badly hurt Foreht H Parker president of tho Prod grout number of writers received 2 aud uce Fx hange bank of New York and his 1 wife wero drowned in Chain lake near If Mr Henry James bus nuy hair left Paul Smiths in the Adirjndiicks Thoir he must bo pulling it when ho reads boat wi s found floating on the lake bot- that ho scored only 4 And tho idea of tom upwards The bodlis have not yet mating Matthew Aruod and Mario been recovered Corollil As well say that good honest 15 son of Richard Rich Roy Richards bread and funcy macaroons nro ono ami ards of Worral O was noldentally shot tho samo thing Wo think that thu by his 13yenr old brothor Chester who printed results show iuciipacity on tho j icked up a shotgun and pulled the trlg The shot took efftot In the eye of his part of loaders A guessing performance brother who lived about 0 minutes Ho would havo boon prefcrublo -- New York Times didnt know It was loaded Mrs Nellie Reno a snake charmer died In Clny City Ind after two days of terriTho largest furm in tho world is in ble suffering At a reunion at Pallor tho southwestern part of Louisiana It ono of her pet rattlesnakes was extends 100 miles north and south Springs aud baby when making toward a 20 miles east nnd west It was bought sho struck it causing it to blto her on the hand Everything possslble was done to in 188U by a syudicatoof northern capitalists by whom it is still operated Tho s n o her life fencing is said to have cost 50000 Death Rico sugar corn and cotton ure raised Major Juik Dean well known to sport IMlicli Emaciated ing men died at Columbus O You said the lady of tho houso Lazarus Greongard the oldest Jew In St Louis Is dead In St Louis aged 105 aro a fraud a transparent frnnd Colonel Lister cemmander of tho Ninth I kuowed I was nrottvthin and linl JMauison Infantry U S A stationed at ler answered Perry Pututtic but I Is dead barracks Sacketts Harbor didnt know I could bo seod through ono of Rev John Johnson 70 formerly Cincinnati Enquirer the most prominent Methodist Episcopal dead at New clergymen of Canada is Two lllejrclUU Held Up Dorp S I Wapjikoveta 0 Sept U H W CO died O In Akron Hon John Hull companof cancer of the stomach from which ho Muhlhelscn of Toledo and his He was a ion who woro on their way hero from had suffered for two years Limn on bicycles woro stopped about widoly known attorney two miles from town yestorday and Pafluree wero asked for a chow of tobacco by J M Jones grocer of Osgood Ind two meu Af tor tho tobacco hud been has failed Liabilities fatOO with assets produced a revolver was placed at thoir not over 1000 heads aud they were commanded to Tho Greensburg Limestone company of hold up their hands Tho robbers then Greensburg Ind has 111 d a deed of as relioved thorn of 100 in money nnd signment for Um benefit of ercdlO s nam- Â¬ other valuables -- ing Sv O Patten as trustee The assets runner Severely Hurt aro claimed to b UO000 the liabilities Sxbixa O Sept 4 Charles Mark a 170C0 farmer living east of town was seri- Â¬ foreign ously hurt yestorday afternoon by a A special dispatch from Canon Island of gravel bank caving iu on him He was Crete says that an American named Cyrus hauling a load of gravel over a high Thorpe has been killed by Turk near bridge which gavo way and with tho Hterapotra team ho was thrown off tho embank Â¬ Rlfaat Bjy until recently councillor of ment aud completely covered Work tho Turkish embassy In London has b3cn meu who witnessed tho accident imme Â¬ appointed Turkish minister at Washing diately rosoued him Medical aid was ton in succesibii to Mustnpha Tnchsln at onco summoned but It was Impossi Uey ble to tell the extent of his injuries Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Going to Build or Repair i - - PIGEON FROM CHILUOOT PASS Tell Kverjr Oae Yu Kww Mot ta few Mrrier pigeon Of Um hundreds takaa to Alaska o reach IfedMtinatiotu to far Hm TWe Wiotor Postukp Of Sefrt 4 The are Nino out of tea person if asked 911a what is tho neat senitive part of the Louisville Ky body will refly tb tip ef tho tongue Maohlao Shop aad Par Maute Murud Nkw York Spt 4 Fire yeststdsyy This is a mistake Those engaged ia on Lumber Doors Sash polishing billiard ball or any atbw totally destroyed tha hmoUm They A aabstances that Roofing ear hmm at Thirty aUth aad Qjawh a very high d Blinds Shingles m tha tvwu Brooklya baloriag to Mm of iMiiooshmaa invariably will save you money ekek bow as tJbait totwhatoa for d- - IfaasaH Kteorlc MaluMM tsataUadalMaeilmWtO tOMEl I tooting any inagai Write J - P Will 1 CO and jjjt Labor Five hundred dollar was r tied for Jeoksou 0 unity miners at Po tsaiouth O Over 1600 union cloakmaters returned to work iu New York Sunday and 800 struck The vetmaVers expect to return to work by Thursday at Increase wage Might II YndlV llalloon CirniSTUXu iw 83 Ali8Patcl1 Tho Froraskrldt frvwn Sando says that a Walloon was sxea tm Aug- IS moving at a great height mV Ui 1 uurthwcatorly dlreoticu From the balloon depeadd which ppaed o be laiulu a tnck - For Prices Steel ga rolr aho4 Jrjyj g THE BREOKBNRIDQEl NEWS Breckenridge fas D fj GlxOVEBLPOH T KY KZekBRI News L HARDINSBURG H ous In size just before going down Into Clifton Mills I met him the othor day as T0 ZiMg Editors tad ProprUtri 1887 WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 8 SIX PAGES AHHouncomenti rKare authorlicd to announce K M ohy acceptance of the nomination tendered him for State Senator by the Republicans ol the Tenth Senatorial HUtrict competed of the countlet of jiiecuun Drecneuringe uancocK ana iticaae November 1897 ate from the Tenth S atorial District compoied of the countlrt of Dreckenrli ge Hancock and Meade Election Norember 1897 WE are authorlted to announce II O Smith ai the Populltt candtdjte for the State Sen- Â¬ gxxl trim and feeling quite hopeful at Stephensport Monday The 1ioney question doesnt seem to be in this campaign At least the candi Â¬ dates had very llttlo to say about it Mon- Â¬ day The Democratic candidates wore alt in The candidates are not filliug up the the voter with mean whisky be it said to their credit It is to be hoped that the canvass will be conducted through out on tbo high plain with which it started off Monday There is no disaffection on tho fusion ticket The device of clasped hands is acceptable to Mb Democrats and Populists and they will poll a big vote under it in November The meeting of both of the committees at Hardinsburg some two weeks ago was satisfactory and harmoni Â¬ ous and this will haye much to do in strengthening the vote Â¬ THE FIRST GUN EXPLODES The Candidates Harangue he Good People of Stephensport A crowd of two or three hundred peo plo from the town and surrounding country turned out at Stephensport Mon- Â¬ day to hear the candidates It was tho opening of the county campaign and the first speaking that had been done and a good many were out The speaking took place In a shady grove just back of town The sun was beaming hot the people and candinates all marched out together Some laid their coats off and trudged along through the heat and dust out to the shade where the speak- Â¬ ing was to begin r gardless of surrounding It was two oclock before the boys could get ready to fire off Irish a couple of hours they said and they would be through and the crowd could go home but some fellow said two hours thun- Â¬ der There are twentw two or three fel lows to speak and if we stay and listen to them all we will be in Stephensport So they talked and all day tomorrow commented and all at tho expense of the poor candidate If left to themselves they would have a good crowd without any one else The News lound the Stephensport people buckling down to business and not discussing politics much except wuen mey were compeneuio aicnaay lor instance was a goou uay lor me bus iness and the candidates armed every man they saw and made him talk about the election Some predicted a change from what the result was three years ago in lavor 01 tue lA ruocraie otnora saiu the Republicans had not lost any ground The Nesvs talked to men on both sides of the question men who would bo ex- Â¬ pected to take a conservative view of the situation Being two months until tiio election it was hard to get anything def inite but they said several of them at least mat ine uepuoucau majority would not be as large in the Stephens port distrct this year as it was three years ago The candidates were takiog everything and everybody into their confidence they were after votes and each one wanted enough to carry him into office Ttiey didnt seem to in November care whether a fellow was a Popocrat Democrat Fusionist Republican Han nacrat or what sort of a crat Each fellow wanted the others vote and wanted enough to elect him This was single eye of each of the twenty two the candidates who went into the campaign Monday The News would like to give in de Â¬ tail some of the speeches that were made there Monday especially some of these who were just trying their hand for the first time Thirty minutes each were allowed the candidates for Representative and they led off first Tue other candidates were to have twen ty minutes esch The crowd fat yery patiently for about two hours but after that time they didnt seem to relish the surroundings so well Four oclock came and then five and behold here was still another candidate who hadnt been heard The crowd was getting restless and they had them to fire off quick and fast It was supper time when the people got back into town Many who lived In tho country however left about four oclock J II Lennin for Representative said he was representing his own cause lie thought the people ought to elect him their Representative because he had both the age and experience in public matters over ins opponent lie reierreu to the Fusion ticket and said lie had not found but two men in the county who were opposed to it The speaker went into a review of the management of State affairs by tho Republicans during their three years of service and outlined in detail the many blunders they had made Ho said they had not done their duty anywhere along the line and had shown their incompetency and inefficien Â¬ cy to handle the business of the State from the very first of Bradleys adminis- Â¬ tration Mr Lenniu quoted facta and figures to bear out his assertions The thirty minutes allowed him were taken up in the main In a discussion of State matters Mr Haawell replied to Mr Lennins speech very courteously lie acknow Â¬ ledged that his party had made some blunders along the line but he thought Gov Bradley was redeeming himself beÂ¬ fore the people more and more every tJy The speakers had a discussion bout the Republican session of the Leg Walure when the troops were brought out to hold the body down while they wwh try in to elect a United States Sen Â¬ ator Urljmnla contended that this wm all oat ol place Haawell said that Ute Owrora action was right The tree 1m aW did not go into Uw Legktta jmnI bUwiere with ha privilege at Ho sild seh aetioa was ita NtuabAM momban were jjnaunr H riTlfiuiH iViu xnBl unlets Uwy lid twaifarffcy of a twt ftch at ttw Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ im lW trudging along with a little pack on his back on the way to his house I stopped him and In a short conversation told him aotxa hit that I was from Hrrdlnsburg The old Paiienger Pally arr Hardlninnrg T1J7 am man seemed a little confused at first but Yes he knew all about Hardins- Â¬ said ooiva WHT burg that his father moved from there 1 55 pm Faiienier Dally arr Ilardlaiburg to the point near where- wo were stand Â¬ ing in 1822 Said he I want youjto tell them sheriff not to bo uneasy about Will McGary has gono to California my taxes that I will be out there in a Miss 1ona Hensley is visiting at Clo month to pay them But the old man is about blind and looked so feeblo that verport I doubt his ever getting to Hardinsburg Mrs Charley Miller is ylslllngat Hlg nny more A glance in at tho window Snritiir of Ids cottage indicated to me that there were many odd things scattered about in Born to the wife of Tim Harmful Sept there but I didnt venture in A savage 1 a boy looking dog seemed to be standing guard Dont buy your fertlllz ir until you see around thero and from his maneuvers I took hlin to be a close friend of the old C D Payne mans and I moved on Mrs Robt Cox has returned from a BRANDENBURG visit to New Albany Iter S K Breeding is holding a pro- Â¬ Henry Malln is ablo to bo out tracted meeting at Webster Mr Frank Ditto has not been as well Miss Celestla Beavln of Bewleyville for the lost few days Is visiting Miss Emma Smith Miss Mottle Shacklett is visiting Miss Robt McGuflln and family spent last Eula Jones of Grovelaud Saturday and Sunday at Custer The Epworth League held devotional Will compare grade and prices on fer- Â¬ exercises last Sunday night tilizer with anybody C D Payne Mr and Mis Jesse Herndon were at Mrs Reynolds formerly Miss Ida Mrs J W Lewis Sunday Goodson is visiting Miss Tula Daniel Prof 0 M- - Nevltt left Sunday for Master Guy Smith of Lodlburg was Ellendale Commercial College here last week visiting his grandmother Mr and Mrs G II Casperke are In A lot of Horse Shoe Brand fertilizer for wheat See me before you buy 0 D Centennial city for the next week Mrs Amanda Richardson visited Payne relatives in Louisville last week Mrs Sutton went to Louisville last Miss Mattie Lee Moremen is in Nel Â¬ Saturday to seo her son Ejtell who is son and Bullitt counties for a visit quite 111 Miss Annio Bondurant returned lost A number of parties from town had a basket picnic down at the lake last Sunday night from a visit to Morgan field Thursday Miss Llda Powell has gone to Kansas Henry Perrigo of Boyant Mo was hero last week visiting Mr and Mrs to spend a montlr with her sister Mrs Dewees John Hook Mrs Jesso Malln of Vino Grove is Percy Beards ice gave out last week and ho at once ordered a car load from visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J W Lewis Indianapolis Ind Mrs J M Richardson is visiting in Fob Sme One Parker Brosham merless gun Twelve gtugp thirty inch Nelson county and will attend Bards barrel Price 20 Joe B Cox town fair DWLewis is in Misiouri in the Sheriff Pate has settled all taxes due from him to the State county and rail- Â¬ interest of Davis Co fruit dealers in Cinnclnnati road for the the years 1805 00 The Womans Missionary society will Mr Joe Adylott and family of Valley Station was here last week visiting his meet at Miss Casperkes on Friday at 3 oclock p ro sister Mrs S K Breeding Mies Bessie Lewis has returned to Prof Kerrick of Elizabethtown and formerly connected with the Brecken Potter College Bowling Green for the ridge Normal College was hero last school year week Tho Misses leckenpaugh have re- Â¬ For Sale Charlts Radenheimers one turned home after a stay with Mrs third interest in a distillery and fixtures Stuart leckenpaugh near Askins Ky V G Babbage As- Â¬ Mrs Ned Reese will return to Colum signee bus Ohio today idler a months stay Mr and Mrs K An order was entered in the County with her parents Court last week allowing Charley Boh Ditto We all regret tho domestic trouble of ler139 for making a fill at the Canoy Creek bridge the Rev George F Campbell and his John Miller John and James Pulliam wife and have been in hopes it might be Will Lennin and Will Mattingly all adjusted struck out for Louisville last week on the Mrs Sallie Glover of Texas and Mrs hunt of work Mattie Jones of Masonic Home will Attention ladies Use Heinzs leavo this week after a visit to Miss pickling vinegar Your pickles pre- Hallle Dowdy served and ready for table uso without low people When wheat was using brine For sale by J II Hook grumbled when it is high they still the baker grumble Croakers have existed from Coleman Haawell left Monday to at- Â¬ time immemorial tend the Annual Conference of the M Misses Fannie and Rue Jameson and E church at Pineville Ky After con- Â¬ Miss Jenny Moorman of Owensboro ference he will visit several points of in- have returned homo after a pleasant terest in the State visit to Mrs D M Duncan The County Court has appointed II 0 The Misses Sheanoy and Lillie Hutti Jolly Jr trustee for Ben Macys chil- Â¬ have returned to Louisvillo after a visit dren Mrs Macy died about ten days of three weeks to Mrs Alice Richardson ago and left seven children in almost aud Mrs R II Nevitt destitute circumstances Miss Zula Malin has accopted a posi- Â¬ Rev S F Kelly pastor of the M E tion with Mr Sach Richardson at tho church at this place leaves this week to Arcade Zulais the right gill in the attend his Annual Conference at Pine- Â¬ right place wherover you find her ville Ky It is doubtful whether he I noto what the Meade Messenger will be returned here next year Bald about woman and politics If sho Notice This is to certify that R May could make the maelstrom any worse of Hardinsburg is our agent at said than man Lord keep her outof active place for the Falcon coal No other politics man has a right to sell the old famous Bert Moremen is at home from Falcon coal Any man with the except- Â¬ to see his wife and baby ion of R May who is caught Belling Shawneetown boy Bert has been very successful this coal under the name of the old Falcon past summer in his arm equilibrist per- Â¬ coal will be prosecuted to the ful extent formances He is a born athlete of tho law J B Egan Bro Our last quarterly services in M E The Hardinsburg Leader which has church September 18th and 10th will been run here about six months under be held here with the Rev G B Over- Â¬ the supervision of editor McClure was ton in attendance September 22th boxed up press typo and everything annual conference will convene at Hen Â¬ and moved to Cloverport last week It derson is to bo run there wo understand as a Miss Rose B Cookey and Mr J D hot free silver campaign sheet It was first started here ten years ago as a Re Ashciaft of Meade couuty were mar Â¬ publican paper Since then it has been ried last WedncsJay at the Wlllard in the hands of a dozen different parties Hotel the Rev E E Bottomley of the The young and the advocato of as many Issues The M E church officiating Populists had it a while then it was couple left next day for Oregon their tried by a Democrat and again a Repub future home The Rev EE Pate delivered lican took it No one has staid with it of sermoiiB very loug at a time The people wont one of tho finest conference year on last subscribe lor it because it never lasts the Subbath It was broad lucid full of over six months with anybody earnest thought and showed careful TIIOMAB IIKSTON preparation A very quiet home wedding took place We of this vicinity are justly proud of yesterday morning at tho restdence of that group of eight Branden belles in Mrs 0 M Heston at 7 a m The occa- Â¬ Sundays Courier Journal The original sion was the marriage hf her daughter was a photo by Hutcheson Brown of Miss Eva to Mr Vr L Thomas of this place The reproduction was fine Leltchfield Rev S K Breeding offlci I will sand you a group of Brandenburg elated There were no attendants Miss beaux this week Heston is one of our most popular and Mrs Lizzie Board entertained for her lovable young ladies and has a host of little daughter Andra on her birthday friends here The groom is a rising young business man of Leltchfield and lastrrtuay iroina till u p in A num- Â¬ quite promising The News extends ber of the little people asatmbled with congratulations The bride received pretty birthday gifts and they had a ulte a number of handsome presents fine afternoon Mrs Board served nice mmediately after the ceremony they refreshments of various kinds left for Nashville to visit the Exposition From time immemorial we have Mis J M Heston R L Moorman Miss Maud Pulliam andTalbott Layinau were said a good wheat crop and good times go together A great flood of present from Leltchfield Old man Henderson Hicks who Uvea goldeu grain Is conceded to bring pros Â¬ near Clifton Mills is one among the old- Â¬ perity and Europe must pay big for get- Â¬ est men In the county He has lived on ting the American cereal her gold his present farm ever since 1822 His helps over here Miss Daisy Mclntlre left Monday for father moved there when he was a small boy So seventy five years continuous Logan College Itutsellville where she residence at oae place U a long record will resume her tuuc and the lan Â¬ Mr Hicks wife has bea dead several guage My ambition has always beea years and with ee of kls boys for this talented girl to go abroad and 1m lives la a HUle dilapidated oW flskk Hp bar music She U ati attiei bMe oa top ol a hill almost MOUBtaU- - and 4W r aHUtta ye ft W TIME TABLE Â¬ Â¬ cotf I emulsion of Cod liver OH with Hypophos phites can be taken as easily in Well Pleased The Public seem to be at our Style and Methods of doing Business summer as in winter Unlike the plain oil it is palatable and the hypophosphites that are in it aid in digestion and at the same time tone up the system For sickly delicate children and for those whose lungs are affected it is a mistake to leave it off in the summer months The dose may be reduced if necessary We recommend the small size especially for summer use and for children where a smaller dose is re quired It should be kept in a cool place after it is once opened For tale by all drugg Uts at 300 We are Receiving Dally Prom and JS trie tly Reliable Some of the Hand- Â¬ somest Dress Goods A Fine Line of tie M -- the Best Makes of Ladies Novelties in Gents Misss and Childrens Most Complete Line of For the Man and Boy we have the WZf Silks Brocades Serges and fioe Henriettas and Cashmere My class opened yesterday Monday Some of the pupils will not begin till September 20th when school opens tho now room is bolng added to the building of Brandenburg Normal with folding doors connecting We will have more musical and room for entertainments literary Mr Hardesty says tho pros- Â¬ pect for a full sossion is flatterlDg Covert aud Ladies Cloths Gents ranging in Prices from the Lowest Furnishings to the very was Best ever Brought to that it everto see your in pleasure the County the town SHOES Clothing Hats Caps and 8UX 66 The Meado Messenger publishes some squibs from tho Hardinsburg Republi- Â¬ can in regard to the News policy at present being different from a year ago then we were in the midst of a heated campaign The News presidential buckled on a free silver armor a breast- Â¬ plate of convictions and fought most valiantly for what it conceived to be for the countrys good It battled till the contest was over Tho decision of the people was in direct antithesis to its Now sensibly although not al views tered in opinion we all know this sheet with hundreds of others is tired of a stubborn perslsent effort to try to ruin our country and suppress even an appearance of better times by continually flaunting in tho faces of its readers the same old story hashed and re hashed Tbe News like its party would liketo free the Dem- Â¬ ocratic party from influences and practi- Â¬ ces which are wrecking the usefulness of a once grand party but a continual whi Â¬ mpering and fault finding and mud sling Â¬ ing will not bring it about It is not a blind partisan and is willing to admit that the management of its party is not what it could wish nor all that could be desired but it will not have to consult Republican contemporaries about what to publish or how The Republican party is now in the ascendant The News did not help put it there We are now judging this on top party not by what it promised but at present by its performances Our own State we are free to admit was in a bad condition from Democratic neglect but what is its condition under Republican control Bad laws have been made worse Public institutions have most certainly lost prestige and if demoralization doesnt prevail everywhere we aro blind Has Have we mado one step forwaid not Republican rule been disastrous to Kentucky Why should the News change base I can not see and never expect to see any merit in free silver but I want the Democratic party to rid itself of every influence that is tearing it to pieces The cynic in his tub the stoic with his studied apathy and in Â¬ difference can add nothing to the pro- Â¬ gress but fighting in our own lives complaining and fault finding will not make one single Democrat change Â¬ Â¬ THE FAIR ONE-PRICE-STORE Shorts New Building This county will shortly have a medi Â¬ cal society oloverort7 HHaHaaHMHaKQaHl iktz Wall Street Joe Jeffries of Meadow Lawn was here Sunday Richard Miller and wife of Sample visited here Sunday A great number from Irvington attend el services here Sunday Bro Newsom of MllledReville Ky Is conducting a meeting here Miss Blanche Bash am of Union Star is visiting her aunt Mrs H B Parks Will Beauchamp and wife of Hardins Â¬ burg visited his parents here Sunday Jas Clarkson and Jesse L Talbott of Elizabethtown visited Crawford Pate last week Miss Myra Ilanks will wield the ferule over tho small urchin here beginning Monday J B Gibson has bought the Jno Fish Â¬ er farm consideration 4700 cash which is as cheap as dirt B A Parks goes to LaRue county this week as delegate to the annual session of Nolln Presbytery Mrs Ida Adams of Falls of Rough came home Saturday on a visit to her parents Scott Knott and wife LlghtniDg struck J L Parks house a short time ago doing considerable dam age but injuring none of the family Any farmer who is not Eatitfled with the present prices of farm products Â¬ All The Nuggets Arc Not in the next Klondike We have them in the shape Bargains in of ought to embark in the balloon business If you have anything and dont want to sell it to avoid having the life annoy- Â¬ ed out of you by traders you had beet never mention It The Robertson Hotel has been reno Â¬ vated refitted and otherwise improved and is now ready to accommodate the public with Jas Brown as landlord Miss Mollie Haynep daughter of F P WEBSTER Haynes died last Wednesday of con- Â¬ sumption She was of a lovable disposi Â¬ A light rain Sunday night tion and a host of friends mourn her loss A Holiness meeting is in progress The bereaved family have the condo- Â¬ here t lence of the community Mrs II G Stewart returned home Trl State Fair at Evaiisville-Septem-be- rao Sunday Glassware Queensware Crockery j Handsome Glass Sets Dinner Sets Tea Sets Chamber Sets EVERYTHING NEW All the new decorations are repre- Â¬ sented in our stock Of course you know we are the leaders in Low Prices to 34th MANY THINK when the Creator said to woman In sorrow shalt thou bring forth children that a curse was pro nounccd against the human race but the joy felt by every Mother when she first presses to her heart her babe proves the contrary Danger and suffering lurk in the pathway of the Expectant Aaron Nortons Colt Show Mother and should be avoided Aaron Norton hold a yery successful that she may reach the hour when colt show at hi farm near Webster last the hope of her heart is to be real- Â¬ Saturday There was a good attendance ized in full vigor and strength of people and many handsome colts were Tho L II J5t L will make a rate of one fare for the round trip to Evansville account of the above fair This will be oue of the best fairs in this section of the country and should ho well attended In addition to the above rates a special train will be run from Wett Point to Evansvlllo stopping at all stations on Friday Sept 24th and tickets will be sold at very low rates For furthor In- Â¬ formation call on agents of tho Company VEST We are Pure MOTHERS FRIEND so relaxes the system and as sists Nature that the necessary change takes place Â¬ without Nau- Â¬ sea Headache competlug for the liberal premiums offer Â¬ ed by Mr Norton The first premium of 10 for the fattest colt was awarded to Mr Nortons own colt E II Love was given 15 for the best mare colt Jo Stewart 5 for the best horse colt and Gus Barger 5 for the best saddle colt Taking them as a whole they were as fine a bunch of colts as we ever saw or A homey rough feeling about the Gloomy Fore- Â¬ eyes inflamed or grauntilated boding of dan made soft and smoothe with onelids is andthe cation of Sutherlands Eagle Eyo applitrying hour is robbed of its Sain Try it tonight and you can see Salve better and suffering as so many happy to morrow night It is uot unpleasant have experienced mothers to use Short Haynes does Nothing but Mothers Frit this Dont be deceived or The gold bugs would make the people persuaded to use anything else believe that the advance of wheat is al together due to the financial policy of Mother1 Friend it tfa arMtatt ramadr arw rat oa tfce mark aa4 all our aaetoBM pralM K our government that la not the case LJftUy W N KHW A CO WfchawiaW XC however it h due to the scarcity of that drvagUU at 1108 or aont bj eiprwa on re Â¬ cerenl la other countries nearly all for ceipt of iirlca Write or book ootluta valua eJgH couHtrlae ira loe4ing to us for Nervous rer Â¬ Grocery 1 Fresh - COpiC I Delivery Gregory Gibson Cloverport Ky CM wk Ma iBforawtMeaV tor all MoUmm aaUa4 - A4aaa4a Ba Vfca BaaMaM lfantaar tn bfMd Fmaee Joim le abort 70000000 miia ir AtHihriilW A n- - V fiK wriftaMi jsituZ yf uiVaiia V WjAl it tiL akaiJKk jtftJTJBaaa1afm1raaAbr lwi irrt Yrt iirtnii nTMiiTMra - mulr -- r 1 HR BRKOKBNRIDGE NEWS CHUOYEdRFORI ilamertona Mnrriafce KY rfnTifl r 3 irfT n Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News 1807 3sV OIH COUNTY ROADS SEPTEMBER 8 I w T X DEMOCRATIC FOR CLEUK COURT GOVERNMENT Work of Construction ROADMAKING Snppleniriiteit bj Lecture by nn Jliperl Sovrrnl weeks ago tho ilcpnrtmcut of rrKET OFriEALSl SAM SHAOKEZFORD FOR CIRCUIT IDDOE JUDGE T R iifcBKATH FOR COMMONWKMlllS ATTORNKVl WEED S OIIELF FOR STATE SENATOR v ELIJAH ASHCItAFT 2 FUSION TICKET FOR KEIRESENTATIVH s J H LENNIN - W E MINOR FOR COONTV 1UDGK FOR COUNTY CLKIIK A M HARDIN T A McOILL Deputy FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY GUS BROWN FOR CIRCUIT CLKRK R S SKILLMAN FOR SHERIFF RICHARD OWEN J FOR FOR JAILER D BEEIER SCHOOLS FOR ASSESSOR REV GEO E MORRIS SUIT C K HARMAN FOR SURVEYOR H JOLLY FOR CORONER LEE BISHOP 5S REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR REPRESENTATIVE FOR COUNTY JUDGE I JOHN P HASWELL JR WM AHL FOR COUNTY CLERK s OWEN CUNNINGHAM FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY RN MILLER I FOR CIRCUIT CLERK SHERMAN BALL FOR SHERIFF VB BURTON I FOR JAILER GUS SHELLMAN FOR ASSESSOR JOHN H COMER FOR SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS ANDREW DRISKELL FOR SURVEYOR CHINTZ ROYALTY agrlculturo began its first experiment iu roadbuilding at New Brunswick N J under the direction of E B Harrison special rigent of tho office of road Inquiry Tho model road being considered is tho first of several which tho govern ment is to build at the various experi- Â¬ ment stations throughout tho country The government furnishes iwrtjkcrupli or screen cngino to drive steam roller spreading wngou and road grading ma chino and two skilled operators Tho city furnishes the material carts and laborers Tho road will bo of macadum pattern An inferior grade of trupiock is found in nbumlnuco ncur Now Brunswick and this is being used in tho substructure of tho road Tho superstructure is ob tained from tho traprock deposits in tho neighborhood of Plaiuficld and tho Oranges Tho modol pavement will havo a depth of about nine inches and tho foun Â¬ dation be made of small wedgo shaped broken stones of as nearly tho snmo di mensions as possible Tho roadbed will bo prepared by thoroughly rolling with a steam roller weighing about ten tons Every holo will bo carefully filled with tho samo material that composes tho rest of tho roadbed and tho finished cross section will bo formed by two grades of ono foot in 80 fcot from tho sides uniting at tho center with tho apex slightly rounded Four inches of crushed stono will bo spread on tho carefully prepared roadbed to form tho foundation of the substructure Tho largest of these stones will bo crushed so fine as to bo ablo to easily pass througli a two inch ring and tho small Â¬ est will bo about half an iuch iu diam- Â¬ eter This foundation will then bo sprin- Â¬ kled making ho stono as wet as possi Â¬ ble without softening tho roadbed and tho roller passed over itafow times until tho stono is only slightly disturbed by tho teams returning witli tho empty carts Tho first foundation is not mado deeper than four iuchcH because it has been found that a greater thickness causes the stones to olbow together wearing off their sharp corners making tho bonding which is tho great de- Â¬ sideratum a very slow process if not nn impossibility When tho first foundation has been thoroughly sprinkled a second coat of similar stono three inohes in thickness will bo applied After tho stono has been well bonded to this extent it will ngain bo sprinkled and whilo very wet a thin coating of traprock screenings will be most carefully spread over tho surface just thick enough to fill the small spaces between tho stones Tho sizo of the stones of this last applica- Â¬ tion which is called in tho parlance of will bo roadbuilding tho binder from half an inch in diameter to tho finest dust When the work has reached this stago it will bo loft untouched in tho dry btato as long as practicable to harden and bind Tho application of water nud tho passago of vehicles will bo prevented as long as practicable As tho work progresses Air E B Harrison who is directing tho work for tho departmentof agrlculturo will deliver lectures explaining tho process of laying tho road llntgcrs college stu dents in tho agricultural department and farmers will bo invited to attend tho lectures and witness tho work Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ vcd marriago mado in tho French VIA THE manner And yet ouo morning ho says in his autobiography when I was writing on my desk a tall oak desk CURES MM IK that I used to stand up to tho idea sud Â¬ THE BACK ALL ILLS TO denly camo ns if somebody had uttered DIABBTBS KIDHBTS Iheso words iu my oar Why should BLADDER Natlonnl incaniinieiit Komi el Vct DRorsr you remain lonely all your days Eu crane CUREC0HSTIPATI0H GRAVEL URIKflRr gcnlo Gindrlez would bo an affectionato Going September 8 and 0 Inclusive ORGANS BTC ETC and faithful wlfo to you Sho is uot ALL 10 JJJIIMl Return limit September 15 ill MMLIJ rioli but you would work aud fight DRUGGI5TS your way IMlBll II Coliimbni O Itounloii of Armr of IRQDT V I pushed asido tho sheet of manu Â¬ Virginia I AuOULiUlDuI rTTlDXHTPPn to nn nreueoreonitlpillon Cutartti are Hit Ideal Uxagam 35 YEARS SUCCESS UUAUnniitiUtleiirrrriporitrlpebntraDeeairiiatDralrMalti script and took a sheet of notepaper iu Going September 7 and 8 Inclusive pl an j bookUt freN AJ RTEIIUfin If KMKPt IfcyqlW gnLryL PJ1 yJllVL1 I J btuari I then wroto iu French a letter Return limit September 22 to a lady in Paris who knew tho Gin Union Veteran Uoirion National dricz family and asked her if Mile niicainpinoiit PASTURING RAPE Eagenlo was engaged to bo married Going September 2 and 22 inclu- Â¬ Tiio answer canto that sho was well aud Office on 6fh St Cannelton Ind tain Mint He Taken In tho lleglmilngj to that thero had been no engagement sive Return limit October 12 In all ltd Branches p actlceJ and Dontlitry 1rerent Wont Soon afterward I was in Paris For further information as to special all operation performed In the tnoit ikillfal Pasturing rapo bus its dangers Sonio I called on M Gindrlez but Ills manner at pricei to lull the tlmef Kales and Limits lor tho above occasions times fcouriug is induced more enpo daughter was not at homo I asked per Crown Work a daily when tho lambs aro llrxt put upon mission to call in tho evening and sho extracted and Itrldge Without specialty Teeth and for occasions and points not men- Â¬ 1aln Poaltirel tioned herein consult Ticket Agents it Access to Hilt at all times and to an was out ngain This was ropontcd two HI out Uomrilclo Ilcntitl IIooiun B AOSWRy adjuceut pastnro havo been found helpor address BIG OXEN or thrco times and my wifo told mo it Southern Indiana ful us preventives Tagging should also afterward that theso absences wcro not J ii ciiKsmiouau fair of IJoIttelnFrlealana Largo enough rccrivo attention boforo tho sheep or accidental At hist wo met and thcro Genl Passenger Agent to Travel With a Show lambs aro put upon tho rapo When was nothing in her manner but n cer- Â¬ Cincinnati O Tho Philadelphia Times says of tho first turned in upon a ripo field sheep tain gravity as if serious resolutions and cattlo will too freely partako of it wcro impending Her sister showed uo hngo team of steers below Tho greatest yoko of cattlo over seen unless the appetite has previously boon such reserve but greeted mo gnyly and Good Neat Printing At the Law Office of in this country is owned by J D Avery well satisfied with other food Bloating frankly After n fow days I was accept- Â¬ bo induced and ed on tho condition of an of Bncklaud Mass They aro named may iu somo instances annual visit Is just as essential to Joo aud Jerry Tholr ago is 8 years if not relieved will soon causo death to Franco V G BABBAGE When shcop aro onco turned in upon it and thoy moasuro ten feut in girth success In business From n worldly point of viow this IN HATlDINSIiURO They stand 17 hands high aud their thereforo they should bo allowed coneugngrment was what is called in as your rating with measurement from tip to tip is 15 feet tinued access to it unless iu timo of French uuo folio on my part aud hard 11 Inches Thero is not n difference of cold storms and when removed iu no ly less so on tho part of the young lady You any of the mcrchan ten pounds iu weight between thorn instance should they bo put back upou Wo had however n kind of inward as tile agencies Write aud tho two together tip tho scales at it when hungry When cattlo aro pas snrauco that in spito of tho difference A Deed Mortgage or any writ Â¬ 7800 pounds Thoy hold tho worlds tured upon it thoy should bo kept a of nationality nud other dllTcrcuccs wo us for prices and ten instrument drawn Rent portion of tbo timo on a grass pasture record for ono pull having drawn 11 wcro in truth nearer to each other than buy or sell a piece of land samples All work 001 pounds of stone loaded on a dray or what would be preferable on tho most peoplo who contract matrimonial Collections made and remit on a level just eight feet in ono draw approach of cold weather fed iu tho engngemcuts Tho olcctrlo affinities act guaranteed ances prompt They aro models of symmetry in build stables or sheds at night aud put on tho iu spito of all appeal auces and of many aro extremely kind nud docilo and rapo again each morning after having realities Copying dono on the Call Breckenridge News beautifully colored Tho best of euro is been fed On frosty mornings when graph the best type writer Food lcriillnrltlca devoted to them ouo man speudiug sev Â¬ sheep cat freely of rape especially the in the world xs so Dr Sophio Lcpper tho English food eral hours overy day in grooming and loaves of plants that aro immature Â¬ cleaning thorn Thoy havo been on ex thcro is somo danger that bowel disor specialist saysiu speaking of tho pecul hibition at nil of tho principal agricul ders will bo induced which may causo iniitics of various foods that blanched death When tho sheep havo been re almonds givo tho highor ncrvo or brain turalf airs iu tho country In peaking of Ills handsome yoko of moved tho provious evening and get a and muEcIo food no heat or waste oxen Mr Avery said The oxen havo moderate feed of oats iu tho morning be- Walnuts givo uorvo or brain food musfore- they ri urn tho danger is to somo cle licat nud waste not by any moans reached their limit Pino kernels givo They have gained in weight soruo 700 extent lessened It is at least question- heat and stay They servo as a substipounds tho past year and nto capablo of able if thoro is any profit iu pasturing tute for bread Green wntcr grapes nro We fully realize your thoughts when the idea of currying another 1000 pounds Uuliko rapo after tho stalks havo been made Hood purifying but of littlofood value having dental work done comes but nevertheless Dluo grapes aro feeding nud blood puri other largo cattlo their flesh is distribbrittle with hard frost they must have attention and the sooner the better When tho sheep or Limbs havo been fying too rich for thoso who suffer uted very evenly which adds very from tho liver tomatoes higher uervo Wc are prepared to do your work with a guarantee cr bruin food and wasto no heat They to give satisfaction at exceedingly low prices aro thinning and stimulating Juicy Wc will be at Irvington on Wednesday and Thursday after the fruits givo moro or less tho higher ncrvo or brain and somo fow musclo food fouith Monday of each month It is to your interest to consult us and waste uo heat Apples supply tho HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky highor ncrvo and musclo food but do not givo stay Prunes offord tho highest ncrvo or brain food supply heat uud waste but aro not musclo feeding npP iANDY CATHARTIC Philip Gilbert Hamcrton hcaitily dis WINTEHSjniTHS SPECIAL XOW RATES robcoTvgftfc lnl C H U B U B O S W RY 12550 - Wl J C BUSH D D S Â¬ Â¬ EvSe5 Â¬ Â¬ Can Get Â¬ Â¬ sesx Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Health Depends Upon Tour Teeth Being in Order Good Â¬ Â¬ ls JALUIis v ra7ifr-jxmij- x- r ilMTJ7Vki 7ssr-4set9KC--a- TMIWUfV s - fpvss tr 0 CHEAT OX TEAM r IK IM Nearly 20 years ago General Grant JOHN SPENCER in enumerating necessary lines of pub lia improvements named tho publia Safe Once when he schools and highways Collector Is Air Slowpay In and General Sheridan woro in n remi- Â¬ Landlady No sir niscent mood tho old commander said I called flvo weeks ago and yon said to Little Phil speaking of tho lattcra ho had gone to Long Branch for a famous rido to tho battle of Cedar month Hasnt ho got back yet Creek Sheridan if that bnttlo had Yes sir hos back taken place after n prolonged rain and Then wboio is ho there had not been a good piko from Pittsburg Winchester you would novcr havo been In tho poorhouse Ohrouicle Tolegraph promoted to tho head of the United States army You would not havo reach- Â¬ great ed tho battlefield to cheer your men Small precautions often prevent mischiefs DeWitts Little Early Klsers and thcro would havo becn a great do aro very email pills in size bat are most fcat for tho Union forces instead of a effective in printing tho most serious great victory That would havo left forms of livotVnd stomach troubles JMcado and Thomas n long dlBtauco They euro constipation and headache ahead of you in tho lino of promotion Now York Tribune and regulated tho bowels Short FOR CORONER General Grant ITuTored Good Hood llaynes Hli Lait KicV What was ftat last victim kicking about just as thYiamcs enveloped him asked the cannlbi king who was fn mons lor takinn Interest in domestic affairs Tho cooking yir majesty replied tho ohef do ouisinoDctroit Evcnjug Journal Moments nro useless and they aro dangerously Mted con sumed by delay in case vK 0ne Mn ute Cough Cure would urln2nrnedlae Haynes tnllBf Short itni Keep the lload Dry F A Dunham who has been prom juently identified with tho farfumed system of modern highways of Now Jersey at a meeting of tho Connecticut Vulley Higbwuy association stated that poor material well put together can bo mado to produce better Jesuits than first class material carelessly put together Nothing 1b moro fatal to du lability than tho drainago of tho road- Â¬ bed and moro particularly tho sub drainage which is often neglected A macadam road cannot bo left to itself after a completion bat needs constant supervision STEFfi -- Not So Great Doth Hard and Kaiy a great moral faol The bicycle is tiMioinstio Mr Spro Good roads aro about tho easiest thing i iu tho world to make onco undertaken n wonKU from gossipN int nlinnr Mih hnrflnut Hiftit fhnrn ia in about their ueighbors lntetnip U offlolata totako hold WV Sentinel it to F ia inwn more muu Wheel Truck Act New York Sunday Journal ever presidtfug to tho statement of tho Eagle Eye ussociatio the Missouri Good Itouds If you eyer try Sutherlands spent 40tbo pcoplo of that state eye slght Bnutted Improvement tiuruiK louu zor roau ealve for tailing 000000 for rtijo it cost them just lids or sore eyes ol any kihu uu of-Pa- rkers- ormfobsSon a keeuigbted advertiser friends for it Drugjtsts V cr words it uwmpcrvisors ta oin- during tho year it gtato f 1000000 road improvement oooo worth ol Demand For Cavalry Mounta Haynei In Frunce thcro nr Ulieapfuod Ten Tho DQlgiau army officials havo up Ut W according fli st class roads luih 00 miles of pliod to the department of agriculture hit icxlnli Musou wua iui coverij ment aud about through their minister at Washington miles havo been cmii i x obcr ot for information as to tho suitability of rcut our horses for cavalry remounts aud as departments ns well as Ua saw Bu- m- nn miles built by smaller dlvlslorii of to the districts in whioh the best borsci -M r Jnslan WM u to tj mrner had he the bceinning of the work isfam raw for this purposo may bo obtained They 8p went home made thero M a system anu rvi have been referred to Colonel I D Nail assured Kscorotary of tho Nntioual Saddlo Horse those in tho towe i terhuu odcrs association Louuyiue oua nni cot a large or- P I - --to our war dopurtmnnt which has extensive purchases of cavalry Knutucky and oh the Ohiouga todfetyou away wwiw JteBiuu iu tiAra8 yeurHml UotmB Rrny ofl1 tltwl11 aaatka diatt4cfbl3 0 -travel- 1 Ur EASiS bSimZ TwiT audi neiewi iran SlWlc bowe breeding taokv aud Missouri bu in nxtaiaiM I tbejr have beeu If -m bmder- - tasiAwiM tmMU hoim un ayAHmUld UltfBt M AQOrVM -tM wlUtBhort much to their looks and thoy stand on their limbs as straight as a pair of calves Thoy are romarkubly intelligent aud woll trained as you can judgo from the positiou which thoy tuko iu tho photograph Thoy aro very active aud can easily walk a inilo in 30 minutes They aro colored like all puro Ilolsteins black aud whlto Their coats areas fiuo aud glossy us a thoroughbred racers They are still worked moderately whon at home Thoir yoke was mado to or der aud probably is tho largest yoko ever worn by any toani It is 7 feet in length aud woighs 200 pounds Thoir crowning glory is thoir mag niflcent set of highly polished horns For sizo quality mating and beauty combined their equal does not exist in tho world It may bo of intorest to know that thoir feed consists of 8 to 13 quarts of corn aud oats ground together 2 quarts of flax meal and from 0 to 8 quarts of bran each day with an occasional chango to suit their appo titcs Carriage Uorae la Not a Itoadater Tho rook on which carriago horse breeding iu this country has threatened to coma to wreck is tho utter inability of most men to distinguish between a roadstor and a carriage horso Thoy cannot get away from tho dominant idea of speed Mr Hamlin has uot wholly freed himsolf of the trammels of bis long training as a trottiug horso breeder Of courso a roadster should bo so gaitod as to tako the loast outot him self in a performance and equally of course that point cuts practically uo fig ure in a carriago horso Tho uses of tho two kinds of horses aro entirely different Tho roadster mu3t go a olip that calls on his uttermost resourco to main tain Naturally his guit must couscrvo his endurance Tho carriago horse is not hard used He docs a fow miles a day to tho shopping districts to the boulovards or to tho parks It is n slow pace with ample rost botween times It is thereforo uot essential that ho tako It is esseutlal the loast out of himself that bo make a show for tho brief timo that ho is in the public oye No high Btepper can show tho friotioulcss gait ot He tho daisy cutting speedy roadster must use bis hocks aud knees aud of course tho less effort he makes in his performance tho moro valuable he Is Out this is not buoauso he saves himself and takes tho least out of himself It is becauso it adds to tho attractiveness of his performance when it is uot labored The park horso docs not uced to save himsolf His work is uot sovero or taxing enough to make that an essential Drecders Gazette Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ on tho rape for somo timo they becomo fat and iu consequence aro proportion- Â¬ ately less active Thoy sometimes got on thoir backs in dopressed places aud aro uuablo to riso iu which condition thoy will not live many hours This is the casa moro especially where rapo has grown in ridged drills It is a wiso precaution thereforo to visit tho flocks at least twico a day and in doing so the scrvico of a saddle horse will bo found very useful whoro tho flock is Wages of Kurojicau Policemen Loudon polico sergeants or rouuds meu aro paid from 800 to 12 a week and constables or patrolmen from 0 to 8 In Dublin the wages are half a dollar less In Glasgow tho highest pay for a constablo is 075 for a sergeant 8 An inspector gets 700 n year nud a superintendent from 1200 to 1C00 Tho St Petersburg chief of polico draws 2 COO n year n sorgoant from 800 to 400 aud a patrolman from 160 to 220 u yoar Paris pays 525 to 0C0 to patrolmen agents and 7 to rounds Â¬ men Patrolmen get from 225 to 2G0 n year in Vieuuu from 230 to 300 in Amsterdam and 200 to 320 at Brus sels whoro detectives may riso to 480 ThoTuikish policemen get 3 a week and tho nathj policemen of Calcutta froui 4 to 150 a mouth Â¬ Â¬ Noah Advertised The time of departure of the aik and people who didnt believe in advertising had to stay out in the rain for forty days They undoubtedly changed thoir views but their postofflce address has never been learned Try an ad 1 hat Dull time Keelmf In the NEWS for Are you going to get wet largo Great caro should bo exorcised in pas Â¬ turing sheep aud lambs kopt for breed Â¬ ing purposes on rapo and moro especial- Â¬ ly when they are of much valuo as for instanco when thoy are purely bred Tho loss of oven a limited proportion of animals iu such n cano would probably overbalance- the profits from tho rapo Iu such instances it may bo well to allow tho animals to remain on tho rape but a short timo at first Tho length of the period may be so iucrcascd from day to day that soon they may remain upon it all day Caution should be exercised as to putting them upon tho rapo when it is wet with rain or dow or when it is frozen aud they should novcr bo put upon It when hungry It may not bo known to all that when sheep or lambs are affected witli bloating if they are slaughtered in tho oarly stages of the troublo tho moat is considered perfectly good Tho saino is truo of ailments caused by eating frczeu rapo By giving prompt attcutiou in such iu stances nearly tho full value of the lambs so affected may bo realized Thcro is less liability to loss from these ailments when tho rapo is woll matured aud thefco losses seem to vury much witli Professor Thomas Shaw tho Beasous Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Runnini sores indolent ulcers and similar troubles even though of many years eta ml hip may bo cured by using DeWitts Witch Hazil Salve It soothes strengthens and heals It is tho great pilo cure Short A Haynes Hard Luck sho exclaimed Just my luck stnrapiug her little foot angrily Whats tho matter ho asked Thcros a pin she returned point- B00K EEEPIN SHOET HAND TELEOBAPHY PENHANSHIP ETC Who desires to better his or her condition in life should write tho Catalogue of the Â¬ tfk fg0finWi fox KY ing to ono on tho floor near her foot aud you kuow tho superstition of courso Seo a piu and pick it up througli ho all tho day youll have good luck BRYANT No 400 THIIID STHEET STRATTON LOUIBVILliE e A2 SSSS 6 quoted Through all she said Exactly tho day aud hero it is oveniug when I Chicago Post see it rfgtefe RATES PCR DAY Thamoatentr lly scatad wotel In IK city DR MENDENTT ALLS IMPROVED CHILL Al FEVER CM t 1 Ii c lliiiwia l0gg -- fcuJiiSMli inn hi Lire Stock Point Kf ua reuBtotai tl WK avu 1 -- rKnZXirr 3tftt Hoods rllL 1 T IC ffc SirSfrnw a Tho sheep is said to bo u mortgage- raiser So is tho dairy cow lint when it comes to that nothing beats pork Professor Houry recommends not to cut silage till tho com begins to harden Indeed ho thinks that if tho stalks to bo put iuto tho silo are left till they aro ready to bo cut aud shocked tho silago will be all he better for it Ho says that silago from corn in tho milk stugo becomes very sour aud causes a looseucss iu tho bowels pf animals fed on it A largor amount of food is socur ed when tho com is left till later and so much acid docs uot dovclop Tho ma ohine for husking aud shredding fodder Is expensive A good way would be for several farmers to buy oue in partnership or for ouo to purchaso tho machine and then cut aud shred fodder for his neighbors at so much per bale or thou sand shocks At auy rato shredded fod Â¬ der is the thing whether tho right ma chine for preparing it has been invented or not Now is the time to wean lambs so their mothers may recuperate beforo cold weather Wbile you are weaulng the lambs let them havo plenty of water also salt aud give them bran once a day Rye kown at tho eud of August or beginning ot September will come iu just right for spring pusture before the grass Is ready September is the mouth in whioh to brocd for winter lambs They will bo ready for tho early market Remember that when sheep cati get all the water tlwy want they will drink several time a day Any other uppoaltlou U couiraty to fact and cruelty t aulmals Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ gg -- rrci i lVMll - fiuiSvfLLEJKY York GUARANTEED TO CURB And Malaria In all Forrni TaMelcss None genuine without the shore picture and tbo klfinaturo ot J O Meiidenhall CHILLS AND FEVER PREPARED ONLY BY Laundry Louisville Ky u j Prlco 50 cents at all Dealers o EVANSVILLE IND mhneniiaxx HA7NES Sold by SHORT liaov anq Jndl by AbuM W fl crUoa or other KioMoaand turtlu quUKIu 3A mtor urni Vitality in viugrjoapg tun fit a mu lor study iiutlnMi or man let Prevvafc luwaltr and Conumtllon If UfcwD ialim TaatruM ahowa immadlata mprota iuantana aHaota a uuuts fbar ail otnar law in lit upon having tho gnntn AJai Tablata Tbay Lata curaa thousand and will oura yoo W sWa a poa tWa written ffuarmnta to aSact a our tft PTC la c ten oilm or und tha money Vrloa Oil tflwi Mr kai oralx bkgaa full treatment for I2CU 73 y tail la plain wraiir upon rvcalptol rriea ironlar MADE TABLETS IOSlTlVEliY CORK ME A MAN AJAX J LI AaPtNiui iiMMhllina I have resumed the agency for the above Laundry which is the best in the city and desire the patronage of all who appreciate Â¬ i m s f m First Class Work AND J 7 U r rf Prompt Delivery All Goods I Short Vnr Hale lit Olovorpor KyM Sc Hurtle llrHKglxln hf Uevero Mrudachra TRAVEL DO YOU a trlpl Jon eulter rroui Art jroarolng to Uk NrrvaiMiicM m Do Called for aud Delivered E C b vlir Cft Hlp that lieAJAdiej cur that tit rvoutuwM ana ttlmulant ami trtvtnUtlTa known wtn Hay Wr ami Ailbma will aUara imISia l V OlJH-MA-V-It INHAIKK 4 you mmuTZt aula U4 far Baaa as a BBMA1 MUM lia ftituiss lilt ll itfiier Exbiiitlliiiit jretNcHlk lll Srt8l ha BABAGE ll jffWjo 7 f Breckenridge WKDENSDAY w M teH BBLOKIStRLlEXM News 1897 NKVB lGliOMRPCfR KY TO Accounted For AAAvAftlvMAAwvvAA THE SEPTEMBER 8 - 1 ON SATURDAY NIGHT or Sntardity night and a round with Iho boys Where each nno contrttrato hi quota of nolml The chatter tho badinage Jesting and chaff When Jolly good fellowship Joins In a laugh At noma ones expense even 1m It his own When quarters are scattered and nickels are own And every ones money plays hide and go soek Thats tho way we set rid of ten dollars a Ho AGRICULTURAL HELPFUL LESSONS FOR THRIFTY FARMERS vvvwvvvvvwvvvvvvvvvwvvvvvvvvvvr SAVING A -- fh Man GREGORY Wharfmasters CL0VERP0HT Local Agents CO KENTUCKY week What care wo for money when nil of tho boys Are ready to Join In the pleasures and Joys That money will buyt He It dollar or dime It all goes tho sumo when woro out fur a time Ho bevy of millionaires careless and free more for their money of pleasure than we Got Dut though money It talks very loud It cant speak When the same hut amounts to ten dollars a week CORN FODDER PARTIAL SOILING Advantages of This System Enumerated by a Successful Ohio Farmer on Saturday nights whon tho busy mart hums We spend all our money forgot how It cornea We keep not a penny for ovorythlng goes The things hes to buy and tho bills that he Bo Are quickly forgotten for those are a blight We only remember tis BAturday night And It doesnt take long for our pockets to leak When they never hold more than ten dollars a wook Roy Farrcll Greene In Now York Journal owes High Class Prod net Without Waste Each year addi to tho number of farmers who havo learned that corn fodder cut up nt tho right stngo of ripe ncss properly shocked husked and put under cover as soon as cured and fed in a good manger Mu n warm stablo is worth as much per aero us avcrago tim Â¬ othy hay aud is much better for tho II vo stock When grain is low and hay high in price corn fodder is worth as much as tho cars Thus writes n corre Â¬ Method That Insures Â¬ Old People Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric lMttors This medicine does not stimulate and contains no whiskey nor other intoxicant but acts as a tonic and alterative It acts mildly on the stomach and bowels add Â¬ ing strength and giving tone to the or gans thereby aiding nature in tho per- Â¬ formance of tho functions Electric Bit Â¬ ters is an excellent appetizer and aids digestion Old people find it just exact- Â¬ ly what they need Price fifty cents and 100 per bottle atAlt Fishers Drug Store Yes I know thoyro long but Bobus all tho animals havo been pulling my San Francisco leg to go to the seashore Examiner My boy came hom from school oce day with his hand badly lacerated and bleeding and suffering with great pain says Mr E J fcball with Moyor Bros I dressed tho Drug Co St Louis Mo wound and applied Chamberlains Pain Balm freely All pain ceased and in a remarkably short timo it healed without leaving a scar For wounds sprains swellings and rheumatism I know of no medicine or prescription equal to it I Tho consider it a household necessity 25 and 50 cent sizes for salo by A It Fislier Cloverport and It A Shellmnn Etephensport Bitterly Affection Alary I actually gnvo a quarter to a beggar this afternoon and I nm honest enough to admit that I would not havo dono it if he had not called mo pretty THE PAPA OF HIS WIFE A Methodical Man Who Knew Oooil Thing When lie haw Them of mine I rucks thnt fatlicr-in-hiWill do smiled it young married man Ho came down to spend n week or so with us Having much tho sumo inde- Â¬ pendence of character that he manifested throughout my courtship tho old gentleman brought his own supply of cigars along for ho is nu iuvetcrato smoker I kept mine iu an open boxou tho library table Thoy are of a favorito brand and I pride myself on being n pretty good judgo of tho obnoxious narcotic Within two days I detected a depreciation in tho quality of my cigars They did not smoke so freely tho rich flavor of Havana was wanting aud tho odor was that of burning garden truck I couldnt account for it aud I wouldnt stand it I went to tho man of whom I buy and made all kinds of a kick Ho bet me a new hat that tho cigars ho bad sold me were as good as I lmd ever bought of that brand and I brought down what was left just to show that I know n few things myself and inci- Â¬ dentally to get an order for a now hat Ho boou convinced mo that thero were two kinds of cigars in tho box somo that ho hud sold mo and somo that seemed to havo an Ohio wrapper on a Michigan filler Then I went into tho business of unraveling tho mystery It was soon done Every time tho old gentleman want- Â¬ ed to smoko ho took ono of my finest and substituted ono of his I said noth- Â¬ ing and roally enjoyed his good taste I was called awny for n week and when I returned the box was empty Ho had smoked everything in sight Ho said nothing and when I offered him n choice weed from my pocket ho tersoly informed mo that he always bought his own cigars Detroit Freo Press Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lady Sarah Did you learn how ho lost his sight Cincinnati Enquirer The Croupy Children Peavikw Va We have a splendid sale on Chamberlains Cough Remedy and our customers coming from far and near speak of it in the highest terms Many have said that their cbildron would have died of croup if Chamberlains Cough Remedy had not been given Kellam OuniiEN The 25 and 50 cent sizes for rale by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman Stephensport Fatal Deficiency Typewriter I am rapid enough and understand business forms all right but I must admit that I cannot spell Business Man You wont do thou even at tho prico I cant spell either Indianapolis Journal A It Saves The True Remedy W M Repine editor Tiskilwa 111 YVe wont keep house Chief says without Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Experimented with many others but never got the true remedy until we used Dr Kings New Discovery No other remedy can take its place in our home as in it we have a certain and sure cure for Coughs Colds Whooping Cougd etc It is idle to experiment with otiier rem- Â¬ edies even if they are urged on you as just as good as Dr Kings New Discov- Â¬ ery Ihey are not as good because this remedy lias a record of cures and besides is guaranteed It never fails to satisfy Tiial bottle freo at A It Fishers Drug 8 tore Â¬ Â¬ A Difference A Cure for Bilious Colic Resource Screven Co Ga I have Mowing of tlio Harvest been subject to attacks of bilious colic After every harvest especially a wet for several years Chamberlains Colic one thero is sure to bo a rank growth Cholera and Diarrhoea ReifTcdy is the of weeds that until harvest havo been only sure relief It acts like a charm kept back by tho growth of grain So One dose of it gives relief when all other soon as that is romoved they have all remedies fall G D Sharp For sale tho soil to themselves and if rain oc- Â¬ by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A curs whilo tho weather is warm n great- Â¬ er amount of plant food than tho field Shellman Stephensport has previously furnished No wonder that the weeds find theso conditions so liencflcrncc Churitublc Old Ludy lo little beggar favorable that thoy quickly overshadow girl Theres home bread for you Its tho grass and clover secdings The only way to euro this evil is to go over tbo a day or two old but you run tell your piece with tho mower set high enough mother to tako three r iour fresh eggs a quart of milk u cup of xagar somo to miss inobt of tho clover and there- Â¬ good butter aud half a grated nutmeg fore not leaving much of n mulch over it when cut If this is done tho rag Â¬ aud she can muko it very excellent pud weed and othor weeds that crowd out ding of it Tit Bits tho clover will themselves bo overshad Â¬ owed aud smothered by it Tho check Bucklens Arnica Salve to growth of ragweed which The Best Salve in the world for Cuts season nearly ready to flower is at this is much Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe- Â¬ greater than it is to tho clover which ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ is not bo fur advanced As a conso blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions quenco tho clover growth quickly smoth- Â¬ and postively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ ers tho ragweed so that it is scarcely quired It is guaranteed to give perfect ablo to blossom again This is not tho satisfaction or money refunded Price best of this method Tho stimulation to 25 cents per box For Sale by A R tho soil by cutting off tho tops of rag- Â¬ Fisher weed aud an occasional clover leaf will mako so largo a growth of clovor that Taking Precautions a month later it will probably also need Say missus said Meandering to bo cut to keep tho clovor from blosMiko do you wanter biro anybody soming and seeding as spring sawn No clover will sometimes do tho samo year You dont think your husband wants it is sown says American Cultivator tor biro anybody do you authority for tbo foregoiug Im sorry to disappoint you but I Â¬ Â¬ spondent to Country Gentleman iu an exhaustive communication on tho sub Â¬ ject of uvin com fodder Fnllnwiiur arc extracts calculated to interest read Â¬ ers at large Ho writes I prefer largo shocks to small ones and if tho flold is not to bu sown iu wheat wo cut 12 hills square making 1 14 hills to tho shock When tho field is to be sown to wheat wo put 40 rows in n shock row carrying 20rovs from each sido making tho shocks 8 by 40 or 120 liiJIs to n shock This makes tho shocks stand so us nearly to touch each other iu tho row and leaves lauds 40 rows wido to seed to wheat aud wo do not try to seed tho shock rows nt all Thero will bo less wasto of land and less damago to tho shocks than if set up tho ordinary distance apart When it comes to husking tho corn and fodder can bo laid to one sido and tho wagon driven along tho shock row aud corn and fodder taken off without driving over tho wheat Tho cost of cut- Â¬ ting and shocking 3 by 40 is only 1 cent per shook moio than 10 by 13 hills which gives n shock of tho samo sizo and tho advantage is such that I would do it if it cost 2 or S cents more Com in tho shock will euro out dry enough to crib iu two or threo weeks less timo than if left on tho hill and as tho fodder is much better if secured in the barn early aud husking corn from tho shock is very disagreeable work after wiuter sets in tho farmer should so arrango his work as to let nothing hinder tho securing of this crop In order that no timo bo lost by wet weath- Â¬ er tho barn floor should bo packed full to work on when it rains and this should bo drawn in when tho fodder is soft imd pliablo so that it will not break We geuerally draw tho com in on n long low sled with two horses and it is an advantage to have tho sled mado so that tho horses cau bo hitched to either end and tho sled can then bo drawn out besido the shock row aud tbo horses shifted to tho other eud aud the sled loaded and drawn to tho barn If tho bam will not hold all tho fodder do not lcavo it in tho shock but draw it to somo dry spot near the barn aud stack it A fow rails or poles will mako n stack bottom largo enough to build n stack of from CO to 75 shocks and it is bettor to build moderate sized stacks than largo ones Â¬ Perhaps tho greatest advantago in partial soiling when viewed from tho dollar standpoint is tho groat saving of land Many farmers who havo never given this subject any thought are slow to bolicvo this but it is well known to every ono that an aero of good clover and timothy well cured into hay will furnish rougli feed for a horso or cow for tho fivo or six mouths of winter that it requires more feed to keep an animal in cold than in warm wratbqr that it requires two or throe acres to furnish good pasture for tho animal all rummer and then tho supply is precarious should tho weather bo very dry Every authority to which I havo had ao cess agrees that an aero of soiling crops is equal to about threo of pasture My own experionco of about seven years leads mo to boliovo that this is quito coircot Thus writes an Ohio correspondent of Country Gentloman Fol- Â¬ lowing are additional extracts from his communication This saving of land alono will pay for cutting aud focding tho crops If it is truo that ono aero of soiling crops is worth threo of pasture tho question of dut himres on this will tho rout nf two acres of fertile high priced land pay for cutting and feeding out tho soiling crops grown on ono acre Certaiuly no mau who thinks ho has not laud enough sliould hesitate for a moment topractico soiling partial soiling at least instoad of tryiug to rent or buy more laud Thero are many other reasons in fa- Â¬ vor of this method of fecdiug livo stock only ono of which I shall mention in this article It is n well known fact that tho comfort of any animal has a great iuflucuco ou its general health uud thrift Tho animal that has no other supply of food than that obtained from a short pasturo that must hunt almost night and day for a scanty sup Â¬ ply of food that is exposed to tho burn Â¬ ing suu and tormented by flies cannot pay its owner much dividend either in milk or growth How different with tho ono that has an abnndauco of suc culent food placed beforo it and still has tho liberties of n pasturo field This system of partial soiling is one of tho main things that helped the writer to get out of debt to make a good farm out of a pieco of worthless swamp to mako some improvements each year aud tp livo better and cujoy moro of lifo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ESSVSS tsesMSSjssi SfXX -- tJ Was Poisoned When mil chin ir - Mnnjr cnc Ci 4 KLONDYYE GOLD Steamkeat Agents Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Oil Company Deslersln Dotrfl Sash Blinds FIELDS Tacomn nnd the direct westward line to San Francisco en route to AlnJcn From 80 to 200 miles and several hours saved by the Burlingtons splendid passenger train service to the north west from St Louis Kansas City or St Joseph Pullman Sleepers and Free Chair Cars on all through trains Several extra steamers will sail before the season closes Ask your ticket agent for detailed information or write the undersigned L W WAKELY General Passenger Agt St Louis Mo Â¬ nuke v Yellow Pino Floor The Turlington Route is the direct north west line to Seattle or Â¬ Infrmd Celling Weather Boarding ShlgleB Salt Lime Cement UhB Plaator HUr Plow r1 uajj Plaaterlng Handle BrlckflEtc BEL 1 c Estimates Furnished for Buildlas and Building Material CsSSfc BANK 0 lsaFi CO HAEDIHSBUEG B 7 BEARD President WILL MILLER Vloe rresldent II BEARD Caihtsr Sold by SHORT HAYNES J H Hunsche a nigh Prices In Illclimond General Horaco Porter in Ills Cam Â¬ paigning With Grant in Tho Cen Â¬ tury deals with tho preparations for General Porter tho final campaign says The TAILOR Cover Crop For Orchards Xast fall at tho Geneva experiment station was an apple orchard contain- Â¬ ing a cover crop of buckwheat and peas Professor Beach was pleased with this combination for sowing in young orchards Buckwheat covers tho ground and makes a vigorous growth until frost comes as Rural New Yorker ex- Â¬ plains When this grain is used tho ground is moist and in a good friable condition not becoming so dry and hard as it does when other cereals are used Ouo object in sowing buckwheat with tbo peas was to keep the latter up off tho ground so that they would bo less liablo to attack by mildow Tho mix Â¬ ture was found especially useful on hard clay knolls but it does not livo through tbo wiuter liko tho clovers In ouo sense this is not an objection for spring culture is easier whon tho crop dies down A combination of winter vetch mid winter ryo has given excel Â¬ lent satisfaction as a lato crop sown in orchards Tho indications are that somo combination of a legume and u cpreal will givo better results than cither crop used alono Ameilcan Butter In England Tbo efforts of Secretary of Agricul- Â¬ ture Wilson to enlarge tho English market for tho best American butter havo not yet been wholly successful Tho market demands buttor almost fresh or by his opera- Â¬ tions was rapidly forcing tho fight to n finish Tho last whito mau in tho south had been put into tho ranks tho communications were broken tho supplies wcro irregular Confederate money was at a fabulous discount and hopo had given pluco to despair Tho next oven May Co ing ono of our scouts returned from a trip to Richmond and was brought to OANNELTON IND headquarters iu order thnt tho general in chief might question him in person Tho man said Tho depreciation in tho purchasing power of gray backs as wo call tho rebel treasury notes is so rapid that every timo I go into tho enemys lines I havo to iucreaso my supply of them On my last trip I had to stuff my clothes full of their currcnoy to keep myself going for even n couplo of days A barrel of flour iu Richmond now costs over 1000 and a suit of clothes about 1200 A dollar in gold is equal in valuo to 100 in graybacks Then so much uountcrfcit Confederate money has been shoved in thiough our Hues that in tho country places thoy dont pretend to mako any differonco between good and bad money A fellow that Louisville Henderson Si Louis Ry Co had como in from tbo western part of tho stato told mo a pretty tough yam Ho said about matters out thero Time Card In Effect June 20 97 Everything that has a picture on it goes for mouey If you stop at n hotel No 4 No East Hound No 46 and tho bill of fare happens to havo an Lv St I ouli 76im 8 65pm engraving of tho bouse printed at tho Bvamville G5m If0m 2 45tm 7 15 Henderson 310 top you cau just tear off tho picture aud tin Spottsville 7 3S 37 328 pay for your diuner with it 4 00 Owensboro 818 3 44 was seen Â¬ It that Grant with Will be in Clover- Â¬ TIME DEPOSITS PAID port on the 2d and 4th INTEREST Friday of every month Is jrour bcnlth Tonrlmpplncss your slranatii YOUR FORTUNE ON Is MORRIS ESKRIDQE R M JOLLY W BKARD 1 -- Director Casper Koopthe llend nml Thront clenr end healthy ami roitrmlmlnnrt hrnlnHnlinTntretjnleae OUMIIMANH MiTIIOI IMIAIKKIstbe prnntct relief to mankind In nil head trouble HOICK TIIKOAT CA Â¬ JlfKIW orVntnrrh dis TA1CKII torIlS owftil oilor In Thnt appears by Its inn Wnnctfrfnl lint fceTerand Asllima JJTJ1UY ONI1T tlVNIIMANM 1 It at If na llntll tra far ll frcBj Malhol llaak nail SO ffala SraS iisiisiit lima to imnnin mi u s i tr HOW TO TRAVEL B O S oice t BV O KT abxjE W 6 8 33am 11 55am 5 55pm Henderson Route Trams leave Louisville as follows S W HAILWAY Cinclnnatl and the St Louis und the Vet Ar Cincinnati Ar Columbus Ar 1ittsburg Ar Washington Ar Baltimore Ar Phiadelphfa Ar New York Ar Boston Lv Loulsvtl a No jo 645am 1115am 8 35pm a 3Sain No No 605pm 1105pm 7 95am Is loam 1 2opm 3 40 pm 18 2 45pm 650am 10 750am 11 Tom Palno In Paris In 1802 at tho Cafo Jacob in tho Ruo Jacob an obscure cabaret iu an ob- Â¬ scure street was frequently to bo seen tbo onco redoubtablo Thomas Paine 1 ArrLouisville Irvmton llranarnhurg Welt Hound Hawesvile Cloverport Stenhemport 917 9 4 10 10 07 45 1112 12 35pm 1 622 603 021 745 No 4 5U 40 460 610 625 017 7 5 67 30 45- - and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Ilaltlmore Philadelphia and New York without change Tran No IS has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and rullman Drawlngr room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without cWanje Train No 20 hat sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passergers Nraln No Car toCincinnali 3 ocpm 9 05pm 16 has elegant Pullman HulTet Parlor I23onn 15am 555pm St Louis Springfield and the West 713am Ar Springfield 8 40pm 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 is a m daily Charlestown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p m except Sunday Trains Nos 16 90 and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis From East 7 35 am is 13 noon 640 pm 13 35 a m 3 30 a m From West 7 35a m is ij p m 640 p m City Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and rjer For detail information regardintT rates time on Connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc address US BIIOWN O S W Ky District Pais Ticket Ages R 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHESSBROUGH General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio O B WARKBL Assistant General Passenger Agnt Cincinnati Ohio Na 851 915 951 011 43 No Contemporaries repre then about sent him at this dato ns not only fallen upon ovil days but dirty in his person aud unduly addicted to spirits That the general appearance of tho author of tho Rights of Mau was meau and poverty stricken and that ho was much withered aud careworn Raini bach admits aud ho moreover ndds that ho had suuk iuto completo iusignifl canco and was quito unnoticed by tho government But ho also describes him as fluent in speech of mild aud gentle demeanor clear aud distiuct in enunciation and endowed with nu exceedingly soft aud agrecablo voico words which iu this connection somehow remind ono of Lord Fopping tons philosophic eulogy of Miss Hoyden Certainly thoy ecarcoly suggest the red uoso and dilapidated porsouago who drank brandy aud declaimed against religion in his cups with whom modern Long records havo acquainted us mans Magazine OS Â¬ Â¬ Lv 41 Arrbt nrandenburff Irvington Stephensport Cloverport Haweivllle Owensboro Spottsvlle Henderson Evansvllle Louis Louifvlle 7f0im 50pm 8 23pm 9 32 Ar St Louis Lv Louisville No so 9 No 16 No 35am 193001 640pm 8 13am 8 aopm 44 6 43 7 20 1135 915 12 17pm 9 47 12 40 10 JO 10 40 115 M5 739 8C4 1021 10 89 1058 1148 12 962 R 1223am 5 732 115 720 TRAINS AitrtrvE A 1 trains run through Solid to Evansvllle Through parlor cars and Pullman seepers on all trains Dctwern Sc Louis Baantville and Louis- Â¬ ville Numbers 41 and 2 connect at Irvineton for Fordsville and llardinsburg daily except Sunday H C MOKDUE A 0 1 A Louisville Ky Li II k St L Ry Fordsville Branch TIME TABLE No 10 TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 1897 West Bound Trains Dally Dally ex Sue ex Sun Hast Bound Train Dally I Daily ex Sun ex Sua No i No 7 7 7 7 7 42 47 27 17 02 No5 Nol STATIONS Itarned llardinsburg Junction Junction Kirk Glendeane Dempster Dempster am Buro ho docs I jes wanted do assuranco dat I could go tor sleep in dis noxt lot widout beiu dis turbed by offers of work Washington Star Â¬ not Tuiut no disappiutment sL f x X3 Certainly you dont want to sutler with dyspepsia constipation sick headache sallow skin and loss of appetite You havenover tried DeWitts Littlo Early Risers for these complaints or you would have been cured They are small pills but great regulators Short Uaynes t llhsry Ills Great Natural dirts I suppose suid tho stem parent 1 think iom Girl of tho Period you know that tho mau who takes my bachelors horrid daughter takes her as sho stuuds with- Â¬ He Present company included out a pouuy She Oh no accepted Judy You dout Bay so replied tho im petuous lover Iu that caso I should bo doing tho dear girl a great wrong I 9100 Seward 9100 The readers of this paper will be pleased love her too well sir to tako her under such conditions to learn that there is at least one dread Â¬ And the stern pareut embraced the ed ditMMe that science has been able to impetuous lover aud folded him to his is Catarrh care In all it stages and that breast and said unto him You are Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive tho man I have been looking for You Spraying For Insects and Diseases core known to the medical fraternity are an easy going liar and you havo Tho Hatch station Massachusetts Catarrh being a constitutional disease Uct Youve got tho real business in- where insecticides and fungicides have Boston Transcript stinct you havo MqirfrM a constitutional treatment been very thoroughly tested recom Â¬ Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally Halls mends only bordeaux mixture for fungus A Possible Iteason Mtlag directly oa the blood and mucous YOUIIU Artist fwlin lino liml nil lila diseases paris green for biting insects lttrf11T qI the system thereby destroy pictures rejeotod I dont see why thoy kcroseuo emulsion for sap suckers soap salt and sulphur washes for scales aud Jg tb fcKiHdatloa of the disease and didnt hang my work givlag tha patlat strength by building His Sister I guess thoy thought pyretbrum or inseot powder and white hellebore for conditions Tho assisting nature hanging was too good for tiu nosusitutioM it Brooklyn steam spraying cortaiuused last year cou outfit proprietors have Life 1 Wag its was to tiuues to give great satisfaction As it Jrffi to toicurative powers costs f 300 to 800 it can only be recom The Hocklnaf Habit f aiWsamsswraiwiars jor We had to put Jinks ashore He mended to large growers or those who expect to work it for hire IMfafJaiw ears eenu tor kept rocking the boat Tlw tooltik young fellowl tar Fifty CmM TCoToUHk O Xof yea see he Is the father of II CuaraatsnJ tobacco habit cum makes weak VflLaiiiYjjfiitoL 7fi eblMfeai Ckioaao Record mcbsmv buM mire tee ah ucutdu Â¬ Â¬ Fertilizers For Tobacco Experiments havo been carried on at threo central poiuts for threo succossivo years under tho auspices of the Hatch Massachusetts station and tho Valley Tobacco Experiment association A bul- Â¬ letin issued from tho Hatch station makes it appear that fertilizers nffect the quality much more than tho quantity of tho crop Mineral fertilizers con- Â¬ taining much salt mako tobacco burn poorly Cottonseed hull ashes aud high grado sulphato of potash huvo been tho most satisfactory potash fertilizers used A good acid phosphato is satisfactory for phosphoric acid Cottonseed meal linseed meal aud castor bean poumco are about equally good sources of nitrogen but one fourth of tbo nitrogen used should bo in tho form of nitrate of soda If barn yard manure is used it must be well rotted and must bo supplemented by aoid phosphato and ashes or sulphate of potash to balance its excess of nitro Â¬ gen Rows threo feet apart and plants two feet apart in the row gavo best re sults Frequent and shallow use of cul- Â¬ tivator and boo gavo best results Â¬ but slightly salted and mnst havo it put up iu cubical boxes instead of tubs nud theso must weigh 60 or 112 pounds each Ho fiuds our cousins a littlo bit cranky about buttor and if thoy take it at tho best prices it must bo put up ex Â¬ pressly for export says Tho Farm Jour- Â¬ nal which also calls attention to an enlarged foreign outlet through tbo usual channels of trado in recent months owing to tho unusually low prices at homo and the largoly increased produc tion Insects In Stored drain Methods of controlling iusccts injuri Â¬ ous to stored grain inoludo preventive and iuscaticidul measures Among the first tbo United States department en tomologist recommeuds early harvesting and thrashing As a remedy tho bisnl phido of carbon treatment is stated to bo tho simplest most effectivo and least oxpeusivo remedy for all insects that affect stored ocreals HIE Choice country MARKET REPORTS 11 25 1140 1147 1165 12 10pm 12 25 1235 12 65 1 C5 1060am Lv Irvington Ar VoOam 8 03 Oarhcld Safety Comfort Jolly LOUISVILLE KYSep 1 1887 120 145 165 215 arFallsRoughlv nockvale Hnth Asklns Oaks Mitchell 6 SO 6 20 6C5 6 44 660 Louisville anl Evansvillc Mlllne Between MEUS Shippers should mark all packages plainly with shippers Dims and poit oHcs address BUTTER 11 2 05 5S8 6 r0 Packet Line Fast 2 30 2 6pm 6 2S 6 10 SOCam ArKnMvilleLv Louisville and Evansville E P M Msdiam Creamery XUOS Vreih 7 fij 11 8 S 10 10 Louisville H ender onSt Loufs RvCo FEATHERS Prime wfclto goeio 12 Mixed Old No 1 duok POULTRY 34 20 SO TIME SCHEDULE Taklua Effect At 630 oclck IfVI Bound A 3sro 4 0 KAGON w A Bishop Parser L T Conner Ryan V pe ARASCON DL Purser 28 ft 25 A 00 V Sunday Hj Mall 4J 30 1837 R TELL CITY Hem per lb Spring Cblckeni per dos Ducki per lb Qeeie per doi POTATOES per banal now Train STATIONS Eatt Bound Tra 38 A 7 43 100 fixprs Bxprs Pally 637 6 40 6 48 Mall 41 PD Hard Master Vf Jj New bell PnrJer STAGGS i Bxprs Dally 12 35pm Dslljr except Salnrd ad I Kews aud Notes Irish If all we hear Is true bcuoy will be Now La Sweet potatoes per bbl abundant uud boca plenty From store 2 to 5 et higher Celery grown by tho now modo of Navy Beans per bushel closo planting in beds to render it self ROOTS blauchiug requires vory rich soil aud Qlniscg plenty of water Pour tho latter on tho Senica Snake Pnk soil not on thb plants Ysllow Thero is a big wheat crop with a Wild dinger Lady Slipper comparatively new market developed for tho surplus of our country Nearly Blood a7PP 20 por cent of the wheat crop raised in the Pacific coast states last year was ex Â¬ Timothy per FIELD SEEDS huihel ported to China aud Japan It is pre Â¬ Clover per buihel dicted that this trado will soon absorb Crimson Clover per buihel the eutlro whoat surplus of the coast Red Top pu bushel states All the foreign advices agree Orohard Orsss per bushel fanoy pr that tli oio is less wheat ufioat for Eng Â¬ Blue Orsss extra per buihel Blue Qrui bushel land at the present time than at any Onion Sets Ysllow per bushel previous timo in tbo post ten years White H1DUH A shortage of hops is Indicated not Â¬ Green rood ably in England mij diii gooa It appears that thero is a slight de- Â¬ Dry flint good crease iu tho acreage of ryo this year in Bbeep skins WOOL comparison with last luo wsinsa Corn oil or ionise oil probably the most important addition to the series of uurry rj BUMK vegetable oils Is essentially a pto4iwt llsisistss J ait VUtlMinmsmi -mmm flm j of Americas origin MliWKLLA TaHew Hrate Yaw Hws4 WHk CuunU 0MiUy CrtHsvKlc wa eetwax tower Kase UaOerarmtotorru4aMHMr BmsjsjMs Mei 1 H031 50 75 0 Dally 7 30am 7 48 8 8 8 8 8 dWwAmtrdam t 0a1 on J 4 0pm IvUnn 818 Kentucky St ptsr 240 20 UK 20 a 0 276 31 15 21 6 53 600 018 620 9 6 61 0O SI 2 35 42 51 869 907 915 932 Brandenburg Irvlngt wen Aaron Ouston 41 1037 1024 1020 0 07 1002 9 69 9 45 9 40 AVlllowdale Hock Haven Lone Branch West Point Howard 1160as 45 641 634 620 18 bii culinary offlCM r erupIoVed M cool and d 8 i JK 707 712 727 66J 92J 9 31 9 43 0 61 1011 1011 10 Jol 3X 7 20 72 7 39 7 43 Ion hoDa kMlma on 015 966 960 It erndrt 150 4 50 2 50 59 120 150 25 3 50 8 754 804 812 818 Iswesvllle Lfwlsport aitraan Powers Pstes Owensboro Msttingly Worthlngton Spottsvlll Griffith Stanley Falcon retrle 8 27 r25 I Mam I148nm IlOI 1166 12 12 ij U 15 02 OU frl aasij j ioioaanigyt Hi a 7pm lair t3T n Kls i I I liii ectlo i TS8 903 864 147 838 827 818 807 802 768 i oe 745 VI 90J 927 5 03 6 CO 49 4 40 630 622 S18 615 64 S60 642 63 610 JSE D m TP h PKNNY O WW HUB A Owensboro V William Pw Kj 419 lit 13 0 3 61 813 3 20 3M 3 44 333 329 aol SMpo a Wi W 11 silsla fsi lUraVAillte vllowbTar lforo ad Mm to th N0rlh Walton torn Mtft VL drtT - Jaf Sr - Honwn fcrthw xdfrsct jln Kr Louis HCTMOUu Auenue AQTAJ in JI KatttimtiaMX i fWS aaaapaaaa I i n iltirtiriiitMiiiiri THE BRHOKBNRIDGH MEWS GLOYHRPORT KY Breckenridge WEDENSDAY News 1897 SEPTEMBER 8 Kale octd Suzers Clover Creek is almost dry Mrs 0 B Maturely has baen quite ill Seed ryo for eale CIij b agoarrr wli A SK qwaJ3B eegy rf Local Brevities Sahetg Fresh cakes Suz irs O 0 A nt j -- IUICIVI CUUIIdl n1 Mm f Reldel Holt Sul Â¬ utecwc Photographs framed very cheap F W zers Do you wanta gun Charles 8 lib Irrlngton week Fralte went to Cincinnati Sunday was In town thli Gel our prices Sulzers Dr A A Simons went to Canunlton last week Fall fishing splendid get your outfita now Sulzers Bind your corn with our patent corn J II lbelun catne up from Oweniburo Sun MonÂ¬ Jay SherrlffSllas Pate went to Louisville day Mia II N Hudson went to I ulirllle Ex Gov T T Crittenden of Missouri Fralte Mattlngly who has a position in arrived Saturday night and spent Sunday Louisville with Cal Brandenburg was called with his half brother Hon D R Mur- Â¬ home suddely to see his mother Mrs 0 B ray and family This was his first visit Mattingly who has been quite ill now than ever before hitch them to our in nine years The town has undergone Miss Annie Brandenburg after spending the big values Suzjrs quite a change The Governor said summer at ber home In Urabampton returned Mies Grace Tate of Harmony Ind When I alighted from the train I was Thuridty to enter s hool Miss Brandenburg was the guest of her sister Mrs Marion completely lost will be with her eitttr Mrs C L Chamberlain Weatherholt last week Mrs A B Skillman wife of Cashier Mrs Geo W Jordan has purchased A B Skillman of the Breckenridge Bank GLENDEANE the property formerly occupied as law who went to French Lick Springs think Â¬ Murray office by Murray ing the water would be beneficial re- Â¬ John Beeler was here Saturday Wanted At this office two grls with turned much improved but in the last Paul Dempster is on the sick list a fair education and who are desirous of month has been yery ill with a compli- Â¬ Hon Tice Jolly was here Friday learning the printing trade of diseases to be hoped that cation It is Mrs Dewees is in Louisville this week The only medium to obtain paying re- Â¬ her illness shall be of a abort duration sults is the Ne ars An ad in the News is Vennie Moorman starts to Nashville A company is being formed at Steph read by more than 10000 people ensport with a capital of 1500 to send a tomorrow Shoe shapes have changed as much as representative to the Klondike next Buck Moorman went to Preston toes We keep your foot in fashion spring Mr L R Adkison has consent- Â¬ Thursday comfort and economy Sulzers ed to make the trip He will start about Charley Dtaue left Sunday for Dawson Dear to the heart of every lady is her February If any man in this section Springs china closet Many bright gems can be can find gold Mr Adkisson is the man Miss Lut o Moorman began Iter school and the company is very fortunato in this week found in our supurb stock Suz yAJforn to the wife of Michael Popliam securing his services His experience Henry Moorman went to Forks of Wednesday evening a fine boy He has and reliability ills energy and undaunt- Â¬ Rough Saturday ed courage are qualities that tell in atrip been christened with the name of Car- Â¬ One more addition to tho Goshen like that roll church Sunday Last Thursday afternoon there assem- Â¬ Wild Cherry Phosphate dont cure Miss Irene Board spent Sunday with chills but its a fine summer beverage bled at Pilot Knob Mrs W J Piggotts Miss Mary Moorman and strengthening tonic Try it Sul- Â¬ beautiful home about 25 of as handsome Mrs Harry Stum of Rock vale is very little tots as ever delighted the eye and zers heart of a loving mother There wore sick with typhoid fever Â¬ Mr Frank May Owonsboro represent Ollio Haynes Whltesvllle spent Fri Â¬ ing the Home Fire Insurance Co passed all sorts of amusements and good things provided for the little ones and their day and Saturday here through the city yesterday enroute to happy voices and morry laughter filled Little Emma Lou Moorman visited hor Hardinsburg air for miles around The crowning grandma Deano Saturday The Green Flag bargain store Hawes the event of tho evening was the awarding Rev Abner Smiley of West View ville wilt sell goods at rock bottom of a priz3 to tho most beautiful child It passed through town Sunday prices and special Inducements for the was very appropriately given to little buying public Mrs Lucy Hunter is having stone Eliza Piggott the hoetess of the evening steps placed to her dwelling Mr and Mrs Aria Warflsld have mov- Â¬ Thero could not have been selected a ed here from Fordsvlllo and as soon as a Mrs J T Carwile spent Saturday and will go to prettier day than Saturday for a game of Sunday visiting at MiQuady suitable house can be found ball A picked nine from Hancock coun- Â¬ housekeeping Dick Owen leaves today to join the ty came up to defeat the Cloyerport club Mr O Best has started up his shingle It was a spirited game from the stait and army of candidates at Stephensport mills at Stepheusport These mills have tha spectators were not overly Jubilant Rev G B Hunt of Louisvillo was been closed for threo years He em- Â¬ that tho home club would carry off the hero Monday on his way to McDauiels ployes four or five men Miss Lutle Moorman has returned honors Up to the seventh inning the score stood almost a tie hut careful work from a visit to Louisville and Irvlngton Miss Nannie Brashear of West Point has moved to tho city and rented the brought the boys out on top which re- Â¬ Miss Amanda Deane is in Owensboro dwelling vacated by James G Harris sulted at the cl6se in favor of tho Clo whero she has been vlsitlrg for some- Â¬ She will keep house for her two broth- Â¬ verport club with the score of 18 to 15 time There was fully 400 people present The ers Ben and Wiley Brashear Mr Wlnklubleck of Chicago was footers at a ball game always get in their hero last week to Bee about his timber Gus Morcdock a little colored boy 5 work interests years old while playing with a 22 calibre The veterans of Murray Post G A R pistol accidentally shot himself in the Buck Moorman is making big sales of breast last Wednesday Ho died Thurs No 10 of this city gave a free dinner to a new disc drill which was first introduc- Â¬ all soldiers at the Tar Fork Bridge Sat Â¬ day from tho effects of the wound ed last year urday Theio were nearly 100 present Mr Tebe Bandy and wife of Irvli gton Mr F L Roff and wife of J florson Judge Ahl and Gus Brown were the only Â¬ ville arrived Sunday by boat They will candidates at the gathering story spent Saturday and Sunday at Mr Char The be here for some time the guests of rela- Â¬ is told on Candidate Brown that he ate ley Fishers tives and friends Mr Roff was marshal four plates of bean soup aud a piece of I hear that Julian Brown talka of run Â¬ of this place for a long timo and run the bacon four Inches tquare and still had ning an excursion train to Louisvillo old Oloverport Hotel Preparations are sometime this month that hungry feeling Mr and Mrs Dick Owen and Miss The City Council held Its regular mon Â¬ being made to give another dinner SatÂ¬ thly meeting Monday night All the urday Sept 11 The dinner will be free Mary Moorman Bpent Saturday night at members were present An ordinance to all soldiers but others will be charged Mrs W R Moormans was passed prohibiting the shooting of 10 cenU The ladles will have an Ice Utopias latest aim Is to add a teacher fireworks on the streets Other than this cream and refreshment stand of vocal to her faculty Talent and ex little business of importanco was trans Â¬ The Hon D R Murray found between perience are wanted acted the leaves of some old law books which Miss Fannie Board returns to ber home itfank Hook and Miss Lula DeJernette he purchased from the estate of the late at Garfield this rrorning after a pleaaant daughter of Mr Joe DeJernette Mc Alf Allen who got the book of his fath Â¬ visit to Miss Nannie Fisher Quady were at the Mitchell House Sun Â¬ er old Joe AlUn a beautiful llgbcgraph Miss Boards music class is exceeding day They took the train to Canueltoa ed silk badge used in tho Presidential her best expectations She already has William De Monday and were marrid Haven and Nias Mattle Miller of the campaign of 1818 Oa It U inscribed as many as she haaJime to teach same neighborhood accompanied them Below Gen Taylor never aurredra Misa Mary Peyton Falls of Rough They returned to their lionws Tuesday ia a ylgBette of Gen Taylor with the spent Sunday with her cousins here MlaaTsC Unas Mr Ghailey Wendelkin and The Peoples Ciioica For Prel die J Danlal will ba unlfcad in marriage dent It wia lithographed by Bauer A Mum Naiiia Moorman accompanied her of the Wednesday 8pt IS at the howa Mr Murray ftflz a it homa Sumlay night brldaapaTaW Mr Md Mrs JT Dan Â¬ Co Loulaville of Naval Acadouiy Sana Major iel Tha wvddlag will ba a quia atiUli very highly and ha thinks ha will sand only tha iaaaawmta ialalya and Irlenda it to tha Hon Hancock Taylor of Law la Annapolla raachad liia home at Falls of of the contrasting partiaf will ba praa villa who ia a daaandant of Gan Taylor Itaigu laat waak tor a atay of a law days nL RavBaAfiiay usjter of tha T Car MtlkUos Fur BobaftsoM Broa vaagl ona oar load Kim aire ai E OlmrcVwllI parfftrni Taka OtuoaJaia Caadr CatbarMa Ma or Ma of stock daily tbrosAJth tha month of U U C O fall ta ottia drug lata mfuod oe the caramon 1250 It wont be long till tho Green Flag bargain store at Hawesville will be open for busiueBS Your pennies will pull bigger loads Z T Hardin lias typbold fcVer Country Sorghum 15c Supers Tho oyster season has mndo its appeal binders Suz rs an co Mlko Junglirg after a short illnets in Wanted Good while girl at Hoyser ablo to bo out again House All kinds of confectioneries fresh ami Hunting coat bolts and gime bags good at the City Bakery SulzerV Murray Batt after a siego of typhoid Cupid gets in his woik this month in fever has fully recovered this city Born to the wife of Mr George Polk Ico cieam parlor open day and night at Tobinsport Ind a fine girl Sept 1 tho City Bakery The City Council should investigate If its truo and not otherwise youll the condition of the alleys in this city fljdltinthe Nkwb Graham Rye Vienna Steam Bakes Mrs Wni Springate has been very and Coffee cakes can be had at the City sick with bilious fever Bakery Wm Galloway has gone to Evausvllle Leavo orders for bread bakers 7 and to look after a location sUam 0 for 25c delivered overy morning Cakes candies fancy groceries and at City Bakery fruits at the City Bakery Mr and Mrs Morris Beard of Har- Â¬ Pour members of J M TelWs family dinsburg were in the city Sunday with are down with typhoid fever relatives and friends Roland Smith put up a splendid dinner Tho Cincinnati and Memphis packets for the candidates lost Monday have gone into harbor at Cincinnati on Keep your purso string tied until you account of low water see our fall line of goods Suzws Every school child calling at our store For a good strong cup of coffee drink this week for a bundle carrier will be Chase Sanborns Golden Rio Sulzire given one free Suzers Julius Sippel who took charge of the Come to our store and bring your bett City Bakery enjoyed a good trado Sat- Â¬ idea of tho kind of suit you want and we urday will gratify you Sulzers The Rocky Run school will open Mon- Â¬ Miss Pearl Fella of Addison who has day Sept 13 with Miss Ellen Stith as been visiting her sister Mrs Ed Gregteacher ory has returned home We liavo the trap that caught the rat Miss Maggie Tinius who is employed that knnvted the houso that Jack built as saleslady at the Fair is off for a few Sulzers days nursing a bono felon Augustus Bubonzer and Miss Fannie Mrs Mary E Klauber of Louisville Kroush of Rome Ind were in the city is visiting her children in this city and Monday in the country for two weeks A hopo realized a promise fulfilled Miss Winnio Wendelkin who has that is what every sale we make means been confined to her bed with typhoid Sulzers fever is now ablo to be out again J F Morton left last Friday to enter Milton M Tate of Kirk was in town Georgetown college This is his second last week He has 400 bushels of wheat year there on hand He is holding for a 1 He CSaui Elder Chenault sold his young says none of his neighbors have sild and apple orchard of 1200 trees last week there are several thousand bushels there Â¬ Sat Â¬ urday leo W Jolly in the city Owenaborn wife spent went to Sunday Tillman Pauley and bottom Sunday lloltt In the Is Jamea Moormin of dlendeano city Saturday Mrs May Norrl of tbo lleyier Home n Indlanapollltnd at Prof J II Logan and wife of Uardlniburg were in the city Thursday Ilobert Witt of Iloietta wai vliltlng III ritndi andrelatlves lait week Mn a Tew Alfred Uennln of Ilawetrllle hiuri in the city Eunday pent John Sean of Gleandeane came to tbo city Â¬ lait Welneiday returning Tbunday Morris Beard and wife were lo town Sun day the guests of lion D H Murray Mr and Mrs R L Oelie are visiting Mr and Mrs II N Adams LeltcbOeld Mrs John Smith and son James of Fords Â¬ vlllo are visiting Mrs Kllsha Collins OP Bush paymaster of the Henderson route was in the city Saturday for a few hours Mrs Chris Abl of Ilardlnsburg neat to to visit relatives and Henderson Sunday friends Sweeney of Misses Mariemma Clark and Misses Sallte Cannalton are the guests of and Nellie Gregory Mrs K A Bandy Union Star came Friday to be with her daughter Mrs E A Kisiam at the Mitchell house Miss Moser after a pleasant stay with Mr and Mrs Wo Muffins returnel to her home In Eransville Sunday and Miss Clarence Ukir of Hawesville Salllo Q egory this city spent last Sunday with Miss Stella McUavock Mrs Elisha Collins and son WnrflelJ have returned from a two wesks visit to Mr and Mrs R D Witt at Rosetta Keltb acd wife left Monday for J Nashville and Memphis Tenn They go to visit their daughter Mrs Jennie Lusk Mr and Mrs J D Brashear of Onensboro cimo up Sunday to see Ex Gov T T Crllten den of Missouri who spent Sunday here Miss Llnnle D Uuy and Judith Miller returned Thursday from Old Point comfort where tbey spent a most enjoyable two weeks Â¬ for for Bale ts Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Craiton Cunuirgham is at home at present Misa Cora Duckwall h tho guest of Miss Mollie Stallmann this week Miss Cora Duckwall of Louisville is visiting relatives and friends here Why is it Miss RoEemary Burch likes the study of mediclno or rather a medi- Â¬ cal etudenl Mies Ruth nnd Netia Katie ol Louis- Â¬ ville are visiting their mint Mrs Scott Cunningham Mr Jas A Allen is at homo now Chenault is proud to think she has a gtaduate of Yae Guy E Burch and partner started to Louisyille with a fino lot of cattlo Wed- Â¬ nesday morning He hni gotten to bo a leader Qiito a number of Guy E Burch and sister Rosemarys friends gathered at their home Sunday Those present Miss Forrest Henrickson Will were Park aud Miss Emma Lee Ileurickeon of Cross Roads Ind Hardin S Djiup of STEPHENSPORT Troy Ind Miss Fannie Louis nnd Ernest Manning Forrest Frymiro and Bietor Zilpah Misses Katie and Mary Candidates speak hero today C F Cashraan of Clnverport was in Allen Cora Duckwall of Louisville Ky nnd Elward and Richardson Stallman town Saturday All report a pleasant tiins late that of Yelvington Miss Mabel Moorman evening all crorsd over to the Indiana is visiting at Roberts beach and had a fine time eating Mrs Nora Lennin of Hardinsburg is melons Then came the parting at the Smith house M Blaine went to Louisville Sunday TAR FORK and his son Kirby f jllowed today Mr T J Perkins of Louisville is visThu 20 h Inst marked the 40th anni- Â¬ iting friends and relatives at Roberts versary of the hosts birtli and it was Forest Blaine left Sunday to accept a celebrated by a sumptuous repastwhicli position in the tin patu factory at Gas his guests partook ol with appetites City Ind whetted by the free couutry air The genial professor of music and Floyd Miller lms returned to his work song Mr T Milburn entertained the in Hendersin Mrs Christ Best and children have party ono evening with his clais and returned from a pleasant weeks visit at demonstrated his superior excellence as teacher and leader His ability can not Petrle Station but manifest itself in the rapid advance- Â¬ Mrs Elizibeth RoQ left Sunday for a ment of his happy pupils success and of F visit of several days to the family happiness to him over Payne Webster A pleasant hous party consisting of Arthur Blaine Allan Stiles and James P D Weatherfurd wife and mother of for Lakeland Fla Jarrett leave today Louisville Mr S E Stone wife son Miss Myra Hanks left Sunday to open and daughter of Owensboro have been her school at Webster the happy recepients of the unstinted Mrs Ella Watllngton son Edgar and hospitality of 0 J Weatherford and Mrs R A Smith are visiting in Evans The whole of wife for tho past week ville this week tho week has been a continuous Minary of pleasuro exploit A trip to tho Tar Caldwell Norton and Springs where the party m t many for- Â¬ mer friends wai au enj lyable feature of of the week The foature of llio visit which has made the most lasting impression on the guests is the altar about which the host with all his guests githered overy Of JlMETEHTHS evening attor the days detail to render an the pain uuto one God that which is His for all andslckneufrom His blessings and keeping His guests which women wish to commend him for so beautiful suffer is caused a s rvlce and trust it will benefit and by weakness or impress all who havo sheltor uuder his derangement in roof as it did his guests of the past tha organs of May he aud his know all of the week menstruation brotherhood of eternity Nearly always when a woman is not well theao Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ August It seems their shippirg is un diminished Master Gdorge Ford Short who lins been vlsltinj Mr Charley Robjrtsons family sinco June left Friday for his homo in Uniontown Teachers In this Magisterial District will hold their association at Burtons Bcliool house Sept 25 R T Loalle is Vice President of association MIascs Jennin Atkinson ntul McJIIton two attractive Union comity girls havu returned to their homo after a three weeks visit to Miss Ella Robertnon Sidney Owen went over to Sand Knob school house Friday night turned looso some oratory and won tho decision from ablo opposition in an interesting debate Mr Terrell representing a mill manu Â¬ facturing company was here last week to sell machinery for a roller mill It is not decided yet whether or not the mill will bo erected Mr Bill Rhodes was hero Saturday in tho interest of our telephone line I am told that he received somo liberal sub- Â¬ scriptions and that the wire will be put up this week Mr and Mrs Jesse Howard and Misses May Dempster Nannie Fisher Bessie Moorman Nellie Moorman Daisy Deane and Mrs Dr Djmpster leave today Tuesday for Nashville Some of the men who work on this section killed a rattlesnake Saturday and brought it to town Rod Mattingly stuffed itfl skin and has it on exhibition Rat tlers are rare sights at this day and at tract considerable attention Nothing gives mo greater pleasure than to apologz to my old friend Milt Matheny for notice concerning him in Everybody about last weeks Items Gleandeane will say that the statements were incorrect and I take this manner of so informing the public What was written came to me as reports will come I never stopped to investigate correct rectness Hereafter I shall draw the line against unpalatable jokes and un- Â¬ certain hearsay With this promise of carefulness I hope to do no evil and to glvo oileiiBe to nono in my writing for tho pre si Fifeen persons wero baptised in the creek near Goshen church Saturday The coremony was very impressive There wero the young well on the childs side of twenty young men and young women with promise of many years of usefulness parents of middle ago with great responsibilities and one old gentleman bent and grayed and nearlng tho long long sleep These fifteen are the result of Bro RutlegVs work since last Sunday Sixteen additions to the church since our last weeks report one by let-Â¬ ter Much interest is manifested the church is stirred and the members think of continuing the meeting till sometime next week Bro Rutledge left Saturday afternoon to fill his Cioveruort appointment but may return for one weeks more work Â¬ good dip riiion sound sleep a fine appetite and a ripe old age aresomeofthe results of the use of Tutts Liver Pills A single dose will convince you of their wonderful effects and virtue A CLEAR HEAD Walk Right In i A Known Fact An absolute cure for sick head- Â¬ ache dyspepsia malaria sour stomach dizziness constipation bilious fever piles torpid liver and all kindred diseases THE BARS ARE LAID DOWN Take a Seat up next to the Front Bow and listen to the hum of Price whittling during our Mid Suinincr Stock Inventory I Louisville last week Here is Tutfs Liver Pills Here is A Snapl Your Chance wore gueots of L B Helm Mb M Blain returned from Atlantic City and other eastern cities last week delighted with the scenery and improv Â¬ ed in health and spirits L Brown McCubbins attended tho Hancock County Institute at Hawesville last week nnd left Sunday for his school at Garfield Miss Edna Stevens an elocutionist from Evansville will glvoa recital at tho echool iiouse Friday night the lOlh Good miiBio will bo a feature of the evenings entertainment Our Bcliool is progressing nicely under tho management of two experienced lady teachers Misses Marlowo and Mosely Good order is maintained throughout nnd neatness cleanliness promptness and hard study aro some of the words contained in their motto The Flood Gates of Bargains arc thrown open the Bars arc down The Inventory Sale is under way Clear the Surplus Cut the prices Its like buying goods on installments and making the first payment Â¬ We are Driving Hard We are We are patterns ing you going to turn lively selling into rushing demand tempting you with the finest weaves the choicest and the most exclusive creations We are bring face to face with some really Â¬ Unprecedented Offerings The qualities that can look you square in the eye will find them just as represented You CHENAULT Mrs Oivon Cunningham is here School will begin the sixth of Septem- Â¬ ber SULZERS Outfitters for All Mankind tSVVlime bchool is near V 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 purchasng It will be to your interest U THE s9 iYjuuiN jh rviuuiicUiL Hardinsburg wvslr4 s For the Fall Trade with the Largest RACE Freshest Fall Stock Ever shown in the County Fall Clothing Shoes Hats Notions in Large Quantities aud Positively the Handsomest Styles and Best Qualities for the money that ever filled our shelves Fall Dress Goods Dry Goods Our line this Season Surpasses thac of any former season in Elegance and Value W E BROWN irvinoton 5iXSsXSSXsG week sssALL WOMEN mmw Is natures provision for the regu- Â¬ lation of tha menstrual function It It cures all female troubles ta equally effective for the girl In her teens the young wife with do mestlo and maternal cares and the woman approaching the period known as the Change of Life They all need It They aro all benefitted by it For advlca In cases requiring special directions address rlvior symptoms Mi UdW Advisory Department Tha Chttuaoof Medicine Co ChatU Tean boo THM A ajawri san aaarrej araa Uriel v utMaAigi MiAMAA hiW ftjat isAA ksUs NMfjij PFW ii sar W But when organs are affected they are strong and healthy a woman is very seldom sick M0Ffl Tvaata Mm hw U llalsir tjaiH ww si ami n j aitivi tnWsif arl lislia kim laaslsiiilig t itt anaasr Mai HUM WIHrtnUafH Mtf MtftM I A4 CaUataal sf rMt saMaaUt r nwHiii wwi un 1 slsttf Thia will give work to a great many that aro in need o it Mtssrs Itoherts and Richardson are putting tho dry house in running order ready for tho apple dryirg season As I wag absent from home the latter part of last week this village was not represented in laat weeks Nkws Mr Jim Frymiro is out after being confined to his homo several weeks from Injuries received in a runaway accident Misses EJith and Miunio Montgomery returned to their homo in Louisville after a lengthy stay witli Miea Jenule Roberts Mrs Alice Statks of near Branden buig and Miss Lillio Board of Salem were tho guests of their slstni Mrs Mol- Â¬ lie Brown last Friday Your scriho wsh the recipient of a bas Â¬ ket of delicious grapis from her kind friend Mrs Tom KoberlB and this MonEKRON day morning I am deep in tho myster Â¬ ies of jully making rropecU are flattering for a 11 turing Mr Richardson went lo Louisvillo The gentlemen are from mill hre Tuesday Indiana and ask the cltz n to donate 300 Here is a chance to start a good in- Â¬ Mrs J F Woolfolk returned Tuesday dustry in onr town and the people should from Holt not let such an olfur pass Tom Brown and wife of Payntsville wero in town Sunday Mrs Mattlo Reld and children return ed to Louisvillo last Thursday S J Brown wife and baby spent Sun Â¬ day with Claronce and Lillie Board sW There is prosperity times again coal has started of in Ekron at 10 cents er Wanted Mlscellineoua small adv rtlMtnentt bushel Vet Sale tail Ft und EC Inierted undr this head at the uniform rate ol tne cait a word each Smlly Henry took his little daughter Iniertlon to Loulaville to have her eyes treated Wantio coon bushtls pea has o all kinds laat week 1000 bushtls damsons tend miopia of paachta trepaycr all School opened hero last Monday with joohaveto sell mike special arses rata raiotda and suamhoata on fruit fieuht a full attendance Pi of RoWta and Addnhs lilue Grass Canning Company Oweos boio Ky wlfa ara the teacher two good frame hinws and other Two lots Miaaea Lulu Woolfolk Lena NeviU ontbuildluas wlhThe lots cmiialn thiss icim mors la or less witsi orufcard end line water W3 laat waak with ad Floranca Smith almost Dm buyers ntlce Thar are sstuttcd M oM SU H Stock Iwkk Ky an aswwa as JlwmieLaaWoolWk Tin dry hpm will lw U opatmtltw thai FwteWrflawaaci OsmH st Â¬ Breckenridge Circuit Court Martin McCloihlsn Kxr Plaintiff Noll e J vs to Letilia McGIothhn A Co Deft Ciedltos All perions luring clalmi ajantt the cslae nf Martin McOlothlan deceaird arc rtrtby notified lo produce them befbe the undersigned Conunltilom r at his office in llurdimburg proerly prnvtnnnr befcre the first day of October lbo7 Given tinder my hand this day of August 1897 VG llAlinAGBM CI1CC OPIUM Why Rent When micolOlNrrjorSt You and Whlsiey mMt cured at home with Â¬ out pain liookof par Â¬ ticulars unt ruEK BUWOUILEYMn Can Own You rent year after year and have no farm when you get through The land- Â¬ lord has your money and tho farm at tho nd of the year We olidr you Ohio Rvor Bottom landln Ballard county out of tho best coautieB in Kentucky ou tho followlngreasonable terms C1X YEAR PLAN 50 acros at Cash 1 100 peracre 700 00 Fiist Year SOa per aero Second Year 100 per aero Third Year 2 00 per acre Fourth Year 2 60 per acre Fifth Year 3 00 per aero Sixth year 1 00 per acre 6000 2500 6000 10000 12500 160 00 200 00 wants mwBV ajt 700 00 Total cost of 60 acres This land produced the past season ot 1800 80 bushels of corn per acre and 6 acres of Early Knee Potatoes produced 2000 bushels or 400 hnshels to the acre 1Q acres of Yellow Prior Tobacco mails an averogo of 1200 lbs to the acre which brought in Iha market 5 for leaf and luirt i acre of late cabbage brought 50 sold at Cairo You can ralto twice as much on a good bottom farm aa in the hills and your land dont wash away or wear out Thorti has been no drouth In Ballard county this year and tho crops are splu dld They are uood every year We have good faraw tor ate on tanc tiHae at bargiina la Dayia Obta McLean counties cheaper tliaa aayoata eltM will atdl you Wa will rxetoaawi anV Jaras wa hava for oOtm For plat and ftifiitar particuasa ajM ly a L FasMUUM IlTfta ovr Bank Coot www or ilwiM A Wicuam an Third Mhwi Owaaihnro Ky ad sAFrh sr vr-r-i f -- - vr iimiiinm n ii li inn nil mi mmtmmmmi 11 urn imnin mi iinm ini inui iimxmimimm4mmemairmmmm IPBSBiBBIWWIWWtWWMBMillWWW1111 - j PirT 8 Breckenridge WEDENSDAY THS BRBGKHNmDQR News 1697 NBLWS OliOYHRPORT KY Ilarney HENRY CLAYS VALEDICTORY All REDEEMING MUTILATED MONEY KEPTEMDER 8 AN EXPLANATION From a Republican Who Is Opposed to Civil Service Gum Shoes and Some Republicans Hawesvillk Ky August 23 1897 Editor News I am chargad with stat Â¬ ing that II G Smith the ropullst can Â¬ didate for the Senate would make the race In my interest if I had received the Republican nomination and that he 01 course I would have voted for me didnt make any such statement 1 be- Â¬ lieve I know that I am living and if I had made a deal of any sort with Col Smith I would not havo told it at Irv ington where some of the people drink coffin varnish and tell lies To a man who has been up a treo and como down again however it doth seem that Col Smith is making a race to help some other party than his own The Republicans are much pleased with him aud his race he is a good man and it is to be hoped that the Popocrats and Pop Â¬ ulists will give him as many votes as they give to my other friend Col Ash craft Probably the brainy and eloquent Viciflmua Bastormeadow Burton is re- Â¬ sponsible for the above named report He caused Amos Freeman of Hancock county to believe he Freeman was a Statesman and It cost him a days work 80 cents and much anxiety in going to the Cloverport Convention in search of an igntit faluut In the shape of a well known and shady nomination Vicifl- Â¬ mua has also otherwise meddled in Han rock politics He will have time to be very sorry for several things after the election Hoping this explanation will explain I am truly a Republican who is opposed to civil service gum shoes and some Republicans Â¬ farewell to the Senate in tho September Ladies Home Journa1rcgarding it as tho Who Heard Ills Pathetic Farewell Full Value of a Note Is Paid for Frag Â¬ ments Representing Three to the Senate Vcre flovcd Appoarod Each Soason Until Blood Fifths of It to Tears Wno Purified With Hoods Sarsa- Â¬ parilla An Indolent Ulcor According to tho present rule of tho John F Coylo writes of Henry Clays For sovcrnl years I was troubled with rolemption division of the Unitod States Treasury nothing less than frag Â¬ ments representing two fifths of a bank note or greenback will bo redeemed by Uncle Sam If that much of a note is writes presented the United States Destroying a Clifford Howard on Million Dollars a Day in the Septem- Â¬ will allow ber Ladies Homo Journal the holder one half tho face value of it whllo three fifths of a noto will be Of course redeemed for full valno there are occasional exceptions to this rule Somo time since a man from Now England forwarded a bunch of discolor- Â¬ ed paper money that he had found burled in a field It had laid in tho ground so long a time and had been so feasted upon by worms that it fell to pieces as Boon as it was touched It would have been utterly impossible for any one unacquainted with the secret marks that the Government places on Ita bills to gather theso decayed pieces of money together in their power order but some of the clerks in the redemption division of tho Treasury are particularly expert in sorting and deciphering bits of mutilated money and through long years of experience are able to tell in an instant to what particular note or kind When of note a certain scrap belongs the pieces contained In this bunch of old money were finally sorted and mounted it was found that while there was not one complete note remaining not moro than two or three scraps in some instances the rightful owner was entitled to a redemption of four hun- Â¬ Unfortunately for the dred dollars man who found the money he could not prove his ownership nor could he make affidavit as to what had become of tho missing portions of tho notes Con- Â¬ sequently tiio United States was the gainer in this case Accidents ot this nature are by no means rare as is attest- Â¬ ed by the number of charred remnants of money which are kept among the curious records of the redemption division Carbuncles ItarnatoYlilloplir rc f A WS Stkbktt Secretary Republican Executive Coin Make The Most of Yourself It is the duty of every man to make the most of himself Whatever his capacity may be he is sure to find some place where he can be useful to himself and to others But he cannot reach his highest usefulness without good health and ho cannot have good health with- Â¬ out pure blood The blood circulates to every organ and tissue and when it is pure rich and healthy it carries health to the entire system but If it is impure it scatters disease wherever it Hows Hoods Sarsaparilla is the one true blood purifier It cures salt rheum scrofula catarrh dyspepsia and rheuma- Â¬ tism because these diseases have their origin in the blood most dramatic event ever witnessed in tho United States Senate Almost from the opening words of the famous valedic- Â¬ tory tho vast assemblage ol people were in tears and the Great Commoner was frequently Interrupted by the sobs Tho scene was indeed of his auditors impressive as Mr Clay pronounced the concluding words of his farewell to He stood for public life says Coyle a moment after in referential attitude while all about him strong men swayed by tho magnetic power of tho great orator wept in silence The hushed suspenso of interne- feeling and attention pervaded tho crowded assemblage as tho famous statesman with lowering eyes resumed his seat For several moments tho silenco was unbrcben Senators sat as if in the shadow of some impending calmlty men of all parties seemed equally overcome by the pathos and maesty of the great statesman farewell As Mr Clay rose to leave the cham- Â¬ ber alter adjournment which directly followed his address and after he had said farewell to all the other Senators he encountered Mr Calhoun The eyes of the whole assemblage were fixed on these two old friends and old political antagonists There was a pause in the demonstration which awaited Mr Clay the moment of suspended anticipation was almost painful For five years they had been estrayed and the only words which bad passed between them had been those harshly spoken In debate But now as they met the old time came over them They remembered only the political companionship of twenty years standing The intervening differences which had chilled their hearts toward each other were forgotten The tears sprang to their eyes They shook each other cordially by the hand interchang- Â¬ ed a God bless you and parted The released suspense which awaited this tearful scene found vent in Bhouts and cheers which were taken up by the crowds outside the Senate chamber expecting Mr Clays appearance He was surrounded by the waiting thous Â¬ ands on his way to his carriage and throngs followed him even to his hotel - carbuncles oil my loft side and my back They would disappear in winter and re Â¬ turn tho next Bummer I began taking Hoods Sarsaparilla and have never had any carbuncles since My little son had a ever and an indolent ulcer appeared on his loft limb and spread half way around it Our physician recommended a blood purifier and I gavo the boy Hoods A Barsapnrllla with gratifying results G II James Polkvllle Miss I havo been a great sufferer from mus- Â¬ cular rheumatism and In October began Never lot n man put his lmmla on you without giving him what for and You havo always havo tho first hit no right to spoil another mnns gnmo ns loug us be plays it cleverly Ho will ox poso hliniolf soon enough when ho Novcr play ceases to bo clovor at it the game nbnvo tho pcoplofl hood but ns they think they understand it You havo n bit iu hand overy timo thou and Alwoyo wind up with a good cur tain nud bring It down before tho pub Ha gets tired ur litis had time to find you out Maxims of Imto Mr Darnnto Â¬ 1897 t THE TO BE HELD J1 87 DAVIESS COUNTY FAIR OCTOBER 5 I W9 6 v 7 I HOW TO FIND OUT 8 and 9 taking Hoods Sarsaparilla I continued its uso until January when I could go about as well as any one and I have had I W Minnick no acute paius since Grand Isle Louisiana Hoods Sarsaparilla Is sold by all druggists 11 Fill a bottle or common glass with urine and let it stand twenty four hours a sediment or settling indicates an un- Â¬ healthy condition of the kidneyB When urino stains linen it is evidence of kid Too frequent desire to ney trouble urinate or pain in the back is also con- Â¬ vincing proof that too kidnoys and bladder aro out of order Â¬ Â¬ OWENSBORO KY Dr H TODD President F T GUNTIIER Vice Prest P T WATKINS Treasurer J W CARTER Secretary C i Trice si six for 5 WHAT TO DO Thero is comfort in tho knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kelmers Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfils every wish in 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 parsing it or bad effect following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unplearant necessity of being com- Â¬ pelled to get up many times during the night to urinate The mild and the ex- Â¬ traordinary effect of Swamp Root is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the moist distressing If you need medicine you should casses havo the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar You may have a sample bottle and pamplet both sent free by mail Mention the Breck knridqe Nens and send your address to Co Bingbamton N Y Dr Kilmer The proprietors oi this paper guarantee tho genuineness of this offer No Hurry Miss Cyuio I hopo wo shall bo entirely settled tho next timo yon call Ho When do you oxpect to bo sot tied Sho Ob not for a month or so Yalo Record Â¬ nOOCl S PUIS are the only pills to tako with Hoods Sarsaparilla HAWESVILLE IlalndeaUr Tho present price of farm products is New Providence Tenn Oct 27 1897 crowding this section with parties try ng to buy or rent land J O Mendenhall Evansvllle Ind Dear Sir Please ship as soon as pos-Â¬ Whisky never broke off a match but sible i Gross of your Chill and Fever furnishes food to keep the divorce courts Cure as offered In your letter of 25th I in session and the alms houses full W II lohnson in building u fence consider your Chili Cure the best in the mprket Yours Respectfully V W Smith Short Haynes Public Speaking PHILLIP DITZENBACH Death of a Well Known Printer Louisville Anzieger Mr PhillipDitzenbach a well known German printer died yesterday afternoon at the residence of his mother Mrs Caroline Dilzenbach 713 21 St of heart disease The deceased was 44 years of age and married and living with his wife and two children at Cloverport He worked at that place on the Brecken Dilzenbach went on RiiKiK News Tuesday to visit his mother yesterday morning he spoke of being indisposed and described to his mother the nature of liia indisposition who Immediately consulted a physician He at once took him under his treatment seeing there was not any danger Ditzanbach remain Â¬ ed in bed and as his relatives called him to his dinner they found him in an UDconecious condition a few minutes later he drew his last breath The wife of the deceased was informed by ttlegram of his death The departed was a man of open and generous ways and rejoiced in a large circle of friends who learn with regret of his death He learned his trade in the Anzieger and was an able man in his profession Thousands suffer from Catarrh or cold in head and have never tried tho popu- Â¬ lar remedy There is no longer any excuse as a 10 cent trial size of Elys Cream Balm can be had of your druggist or we mail it for 10 cents Full size CO cents ELY BROS CO Warren St N YOity A friend advised me to try Elys Cream Balm and after using it six weeks I believe myself cured of catarrh It is a rnoet valuable remedy Joseph Stew Â¬ art 021 Grand Avenue Brooklyn N Y the candidates on the Citizens and Republican ticket for the various county offices will speak at the following limes and places Stepbensport Monday September G Mooleyvllle Tuesday September 7 Union Star Wednesday September 8 Webster Thursday September 9 Irvington Friday September 10 Bewleyville Saturday September 11 Custer Thursday September 1G Hudsonvillo Friday September 17 Garfield Saturday September 18 Hardinsburg Monday September 20 McDaniei Tuesday September 21 Glendeane Wednesday September 22 Rockvale Thursday September 23 Balltown Friday September 24 Cloverport Saturday September 25 McQuady Monday September 27 Speaking to begin at 1 oclock Mike Miller 0 D 0 C R II McMullen C P P C 0 Allen R Kinchklob 0 R C 0 By agreement A Chorus in Black Atlanta Constitution Gave Back My Health There is no reason for being despondent and considering diseases of the blood incurable simply becanse the treatment of physicians and many so called blood remedies fail to effect a cure Though it is naturally disheartening to the suf- Â¬ ferer who faithfully takes the prescribed treatment of the physicians often at the expense of hundreds of dollars to find himself no better as time jjoes by still a cure will result from the right remedy SSS no matter what other treatment has failed The reason that SSS Swifts Spe- Â¬ cific has so successfully cured even the worst cases after other treatment had been tried in vain is that it is the only remedy which forces the poison from the blood and permanently eliminates it from the system which ii the only correct principle of curing the disease Mercurial remedies bottle up the poison and tear down the rstetn while SSS forces out the poison and builds up and adds strength and vigor to the entire system It is natures remedy and con- Â¬ tains no harmful ingredient De craps is big on every ban Do hives is full er honey I wish youd ax dat po white man Ef he kin change dis money I An exchange says And now whisky has gone up in Kentucky We were under the impression it was going down there The rise in wheat lias given the South a pointer She will plant just enough to get swamped on next year al rise in wheat 2P5 When cotton heard of that phenomln it turned white Mr Charles Glenn of 1563 Dndley StT Chills are a bad sign Chills portend Cincinnati is one of the many who tho oncoming of serious disease They constantly praise S SS for giving him his health lie says precede pneumonia inflamation of back From childhood I was afflicted with the bowels and many other dangerous a terrible blood disease and have The Flour That Makes the Best Bread diseases They should never be neglect Â¬ taken almost every blood remedy on the The soft white flour will not give as ed Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic market but my case was deepseated large an amount of muscle bone or cures them It tastes like mint candy and one by one they failed The large Â¬ red blotches increased in size and numnerve making food as the whole wheat All druggists guarantee it Short ber and soon covered my entire body flour which constitutes in itself a com- Â¬ Haynes My parents bad me treated by a num- Â¬ ber of physicians but the disease was plete llfe sustalner In selecting Hour too much lor them and after their temchoose that which is dark in color and Public Speaklor porary relief was over I found myself from bran The best bread flours free Congressman M W Howard of Ala- Â¬ growing steadily worse Thus I grew into manhood handicapped by a terrible in the market are of a yellowish white bama ono of tho Souths greatest and disease and having tried so many reme- Â¬ tinge rather granulated and do not easi- Â¬ most eloquent orators and Jo A Parker dies without relief when a friend urged ly pack They make a strong and elastic nominee of the Peoples party for Clerk me to take SS S I bad little faith In any dough Though not whole wheat flours of Court of Appeals will speak at Har- Â¬ medicine I was happy to find however they are decidedly the best of the white dinsburg Friday September 10th and that I had at last gotten the right remedy for one bottle ofSSS did me so much After selecting the flour the brands ood that I soon had hopes of belngcured at Brandenburg Saturday Sept 11 at 1 next Important thing is to have a good oclock p m Everybody is cordially in continued the remedy and was enred strong sweet and pure yeast The com- Â¬ completely the unsightly spots soon to hear him Ladies Especially in vlted disappeared leaving my skin perfectly pressed cakes are good and convenient vited clear My general health was also built and will do the work much more quick- Â¬ up and I am robust and strong I be-Â¬ Â¬ ly than ten times the amount of home An Opportune Moment lieve SSS will cure the worst case of blood poison in the world made or bakers yeast When setting Surgeon Hurry npl Got tho iustru SSS Is a real blood remedy and will bread to rise stand your bread pan in nients iu roadluess Well amputate- his cure the most obstinate cases of Cancer of warm water cover the two leg another IJciema Catarrh Scrofula Rheumatism Student But it seems to bo nothing Contagious Blood Poison old sores so that the moisture will pace over the more thou a simplo fracture I should or any disease caused by impure blood top of the dongh at an even temperature think the leg might bo saved It Is of aeveuty flve degree Fahrenheit Hurgoou Certainly it might But S T Korbr la September Ladles Mm dont you boo that hes uucousoious Hone JcHjraal Cleveland Leader and is the only blood remedy guaranteed Te heal the broken and diseased tia to contain not a particle of mercury NomaecwMHieMjylJfec potash arsenic or otheriaiaeral SSS eoapJMt snH in thle worW while wf- - wn to soothe the Irritated surfaces to Is sold by all druggist Valuable books and on blood and skin iWliwfrowt i MM l vr wwiniut laeiaatly relieve and per BMHMtly cure 11ms wilt be nailed free by Swift tie Karfy stw w the idlls that cleaaee ii Ue lulssto of DeWltts WltcU Hsssl ptcite Cowpsny Atlanta Ga SWy 8iOft A rtayus ttkkly Hhoit A Haynee fas tvxan Â¬ - Purely Vegetable The distinguished New York chemist Slocum demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis and all bronchial throat lung and chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal affections general decline and weakness loss of flesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ ing away will send THREE FRETE BOT Â¬ TLES all different of his New Discov- Â¬ eries to any afflicted reader of the BnscK enridqe News writing for them His New Scientific Treatment has cured thousands permanently by its timely use and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure Science daily develops new wonders and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ menting for years has produced results as beneficial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius His as-Â¬ sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ tion are curable in any climate is proven by heartfelt letters of gratitude filed in his American and European laborator- Â¬ ies in thousands from thoso cured in all parts of the world Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ chial chest aud lung troubles lead to Cousumption which uninterrupted means speedy and certain death Simply write to T A Slocum M 0 08 Pine street New York giving post office and express address and the free medicine will be promptly sent Suffer- Â¬ ers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition Please tell the Doctor that you saw If you have ever seen a little child in his offer in the Bbeckenridqe Newb a paroxysm of whooping cough or if you haye been annoyed by a constant Sadly MUnnderatooT tickling in the throat you can appreci- Â¬ It is not necessary to repeat his ro ate the value of One Minute Cough Cure marks Wliou his wifo heard them im- Â¬ which gives quick relief Short perfectly being in tho noxt room sho Haynes Oh do say that over again said dear Pardoned Look here woman ho replied In Some seutences of court martial wero a concentrated voice When a man gets presented to tho youthful Queen Vic his finger caught between a sprocket Ouo was of death toria for signature and n chain it is no timo for his wifo for desertion to get funny Havo you nothiug to say on behalf Ob said she was that it I of this man naked the queen thought you woro repeating ono of thoso Nothiug madam He has dosertod Christian Endeavor yells Indian Â¬ thrco times Bald tho official apolis Journal Think again my lordsaid tho queen Wheroupon the gallant soldier Tetter Saii TUiciun nud Eczema replied The intense itching and smarting Inci Â¬ Ho is certainly a vory bad soldier dent to these diseases is instantly allayed your niajosty but he may be a good by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment man for all I know to the contrary Many very bad cases Thank you said her majesty and have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles nnd wroto Pardoned on the paper a favorite remedy for soro nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites THE MARKETS and chronic sore eyes S3 cts per box Itevlew of the Grain and Livestock Mar Â¬ Dr Codys Condition Powders are kets For Sept 0 just what n horse needs when In bad Cincinnati Tobacco Market condition blood purifier Uhds vermifuge Tonio nre not food and They but Offerings 8683 medicine and the best in uso to put a 411 Rejections prime condition horse in 1065 Prico S3 Actual sales i Receipts 8431 cents por package The prlcu on the offerings ranged as fol Â¬ lows 143 tl 0033 US stiO U5 05 703 Johnny Father 07 00 75 417 tlsaiP 75 11I1GX3U 75 211 8u 05 314 tUO023 Miss Travis Johuuy I have caught IKS timU you with a fishing rod over your slioul ritUnurg- der Ill tell your father Whero is ho Cattle Prime 5 0035 05 fair ft 003 Johnny Down at tho end of tho gar Â¬ C 00 bulls stags and cows fc 0033 75 Hogs Prime light 4 7024 76 heavy den finding some worms Spare Mo Sheep ft 4034 60 rough 3 00 3 I 00 80 com- Â¬ monts Choice II 104JI 15 fair 0033 10 40 choice lambs mon fc The proper way to build health Is to 5 5 veal calves to 60g7 00 make the blood rich and pure by taking Cincinnati Hoods Sarsaparilla tho one true blood Wheat O10O5K0- - Corn ai32o Cat- Â¬ tle Selected butchers 1 0034 40 fair to purifier 3 B503 00 common medium J 253 a 25 Hogs Selected and prime butchers Edlioni Vint Check 40 packing 4 26i 65 common tl S34 Thomas Edison tho Wizard tells this and rough S3 60 4 15 Sheep j 50 story of his first bank chock back iu 3 75 lambs ft 7685 00 the soveutics I had just sold my pat HuKnlo Cattlo Choice to prime to 6007 00 fair ent on tho gold and stock indicator to to good 1 b55 10 common SJ 26 3 50 tho Wcstom Union Telegraph company 4 6CBI 05 mixed nook Hogs Yorkers for 10000 and had como over to New common fu 7634 09 t 60i9 53 er York to get my money I weufrlnto the Sheep Prime 4 4004 60 fair to choice U 0064 15 common U 6093 76 lambs companys general offices to olose up the salo of my patent I was immodiatoly tl 7638 00 recognized by n olork who ushorod mo Chicago Into tho prcaouco of tho president who fl 6634 40 Hogs Selected butchers mixed pi 06a 4C Cattle NaMva steers after a few preliminaries handed mo a 3 b0io 60 Most sales S4 M03 M cows chock for 110000 Well I Btarted out 77 Mb and bulls t MS after carefully folding up the check and 4 85 lamb i went toward Wall street So uncertain VewYork was I that I thought p the way that if CatUs Si 4Ct aar taau should oome no to me and lambs H VW la Tuesday was struck by a flying nail and the sight of his left eye destroyed Some people get mad at what a newt paper says about them They ought to feel kindly towards them for not saying all they do know A deal is on in which Mr W Alslp will build nine barges at a cost of 7G0 each This means employment to farmers and mechanics alike People who cannot sell their horses for fifty cents apieco aud let them run loose In tho night aro always in great fear least a train will kill them This place is decidedly up to date the patient always knows more than his doctor and when a fellow gets into trouble he hires a witness instead of a lawyer Many of our farmers are holding their wheat and jou cant buy potatoes cuough to mako yeas It seems that our farmers who have been on the ragged edge for a few years know d good thing when they see it A yourg lady r marked that If the girls were all placed on one side of tho river and the boys on the other you could go half mile below town in twenty lour hours and full out any drowned girl you would want A youth twelve years old who was left on a doorstep In his very earliest period is now looking for either one or both of his ancestors not for publication but to know whether he was left there in good faith or lost This is what a good citizen from the back precinct gavo us yesterday There is a species of clay underlying the coal in tho Hawesville mines that burns as readily as the coa and at its hottest stage is as whito as snow It is found in large quantities and will be used by many of our people this winter as it looks more stylish andean be had for the asking Misses Genevieve Duncan and Judelle Crammond will leave in a few days for Lorretto Academy In Marion county whero they will complete their educa- Â¬ tion These two are among our most beautiful and accomplished young ladles and as they have been friends always their ending college days will be happy Hon R M Jolly dropped into the city Saturday and met the leading republi ans of the county He is a modest un- Â¬ assuming man but full of good sense and made a fine impression His elec- Â¬ tion to the Senate is a foregone conclu- Â¬ sion and he will be known as a leader In the upper branch of the next general assembly LAEGE SPECIAL PREMIUMS havo always been the main feature of tho Fair and have always assured its being a success The finest stock in Kentucky Indiana and Illinois compete for them This years premiums are up to tho standard of former years SPEED RINGS Tho races aro contests to encourago tho development of speed qualities Trickery will be debarred and closo and fair contests will bo exacted BICYCLE RACES A new featuro is tho Bicyclo Races Every race will bo first class No loafing on tho back stretch and tho boys that win will havo to git up and git THE FLORAL HALL And Machinery Doparlmcnl will bo as altraclivo as it can Every department will bo filled to its utmost Bring tho products of your farm garden dairy your paint- Â¬ ings needle and fancy work bo made i THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be Cured An Eminent New York Chemist and ScienÂ¬ tist Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers Tho BEST BAND of MUSIC lias always been obtained Look out for NEW FEATURES No intoxicants sold or gambling allowed on tho grounds Apply to tho Secretary for Premium Lisits or general information to T A Pedley for privileges to Jas Kceloy for bicyclo race information Â¬ Ti A Â¬ OWENSBORO jitijctjr-r KY J W GARTER Sect jri ft i fer W THREE OUS- T- Typewriter have bought the HLICKKNSDKltr KIt for iic thereby thcmselvM the neat sum ol T Ve nM during the past two year joooo la Other WOrdS 20000 butnesi and nrofpuinnul mun HIED THUD n if JZXTJIXOT DOLLARS Typewriter IlllcUeiikderfernfiuuin rvfn intnit Sfflll WO YEARS n aviiig I 0 IE II you have purchased one your share Is Just iSj and if you have not purchased onowil it not pay ycu to Investigate and see if every word of the above isnot true The largest business corporations the most prominent busiressmenthe most sue toilful lawyers and the United 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for tho ploco of jinper I slionltl givo hlui up tho clicck willingly Whim I got to tho bank tho toiler wonldut honor tho KUSSKLLVILLE KY check for wo As quick as wy legs woulil carry mo I rushed back to tho Four Courses Emtawed Nine Schools ill swill uuioii omee una they sent ouo stress Faewlly of thoirolerks to identify mo Ircceivcd Thorough 40000 in largo bilk I divided tho roll into two wads of 20000 cacli nud Send for Catalogue to W 8 RYLAND Pres stuffed ouo into each trousers pookot nud after biddiug tho coshlor aud tho telegraph clerk good day inado a hreak to get out of Wall street as quickly ns I could Tho next day I began work on my flrt laboratory at Newark MM f sign YOU SHOULD EMPLOY on - ETWybodr Bo CascareU Csndy Cathartic tho most wob derful medical discovery of tho age pleas aut and refreshing to tae taste act gently and positively on kidnoys Ivor and c csnslng th0 entire system dlsteibowels cold uJ1Slaole- - -fYr- - habitual cowtlpstton buy a7iJineM-dsy rjo w nd riJa 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