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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rftn r VOL XXII fHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THR NRWS THATS KIT TO PRINT CLOVEKPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER Edward H6 walked to hW on tho opposite sldo of tho street and fell dead Ho was atrod 80 years and had never bocu sick a day 15 1897 malinger ot tno expedition mid it is feared that ho may loso his lifo at tlio hands of his passengers TWO WOMEN BURNED TO DEATH Keroiene Cooking Store Upaet With IHi- ntrau ltcaiilla Lynx Mass Sept 13 Two maiden sisters Miss Harriet O Sheldon 8i years of age and Miss Matilda Sheldon 80 years wero fatally burned nt their homo here Inst night Tho old ladies who lived in a houso by themselves wero cooking with n keroseno etovo oil ran out Â¬ NO 9 MINERS KILLED By Deputies While Marching in Governor Hastings stating time moo law prevailed in the lower end of tho Govcounty and asking for nssistonco ernor Hastings has ordered Colonel regiment national Iiougherty Ninth to start for nard of Pennsylvania lazlotsu at once Â¬ STRIKE ENDED Compromise fathers house in his Ufa Ifarcll TALES OF WOE Great Suffering in the Alaskan Gold Fields MORE A Cliuli BLOODSHED FEARED Likely to Take llnco llctneen Â¬ Pennsylvania i minors will join tho malcontents Feeling runs high against Sheriff Martin and his deputies nnd tho inten- Â¬ sity of tho situation is such that a sud Â¬ den turn of tho head or a word spoken above tho ordinary tone brings a run Were Marching on a nine When They ning crowd Tho soldiers nre watchful and ready for any emergency and tho Were Fired Upon By About people of tho town nre in a state which may easily become panic Seventy Deputies An incident of ugly omen occurred during tho funeral of thrco of tho vic tims yesterday afternoon As servicos woro being held insido of tho St Hazlktov Pa Sept 11 Thostriko Josephs church about 2000 foreigners woro congregatod about tho doors A situation reached a torrlblo crisis on tlio number of thorn raised their voices nnd outskirts of Latimer yesterday afterit is declared by oyo witnesses that a noon when a band of deputy sheriffs policeman stationed near tho door bo Instantly an fired into a crowd of miners killing 11 camo unduly officious ominous muttering followed mingled wounding 83 and The miners had with scowling looks and clenched fists made a march on tlio Ilazlo mines Word was immediately carried indoor owned by Calvin Pardeo and manv of to tho Rev Father Aust Ho hurried tho miners nt work thero quit work nnd out to tho door and bundled the men who soemed most qnnrrelsoiuo into tho joined tho strikers Elated at their sac church A fow words of counsel to tho cess thoy started a march toward tho others provented further demonstra- Â¬ Latimer mines It is cstifnatcd that tions Â¬ Tho striking miners when tho strikors began marching on orate preparations for havo made elaba demonstration tho Ilazlo mines thoy numbered about nt thitjfuucrnl of 10 of tho victims Tho iOO At tho Ilazlo mines thoy wero military authorities aro determined that joined by fully CO others Tho body nothing of tho kind shall bo permitted from this time on thero did not movo with any precision nnd aud that no marching of any character shall bo traversed tho highway entirely keeping whatsoever whether during funerals or off private property All along tho otherwiso This resolution is not genroad thoy scorned jubilant over their erally known and tho miners aro going ou with their arrangements success at tho Ilazlo mines YELLOW FEVER SPREADING When tho miners reached tho edgo of tho town marching 10 in a lino thoy Seven Now Cases Reported nt New Or wero met by Sheriff Martin and about liaiu TO deputies Martin halted them and New Okleaxs Sept 13 Shortly bo read tho riot act to them and brandish Â¬ foio noon yesterday tho board of health ing a rovolver abovo his head ordered officially declared six of tho suspicious them to go back Tho strikers auswerod cases of fever ou St Claudo street to bo that thoy wero not doing any harm and yellow fovcr A couplo of hours subse began to brush by Martin Tho guns quently tho board announced another of tho doputies Instantly belched forth pronounced caso of fovcr at Miro nnd a torriblo volloy Tho report scorned to Esplauado streets also in tho lower part shako tho very mountains and a cry of of tho city but a milo or moro awny dismay went from the people Tho from tho infected square Tho anstrikers wero taken entirely by surpriso nouncement of tho first six cases as yeland as tho men toppled nnd foil over low fover was not uncxpecto 1 although eaoh other thoso who remained unhurt it was hoped from tho delay on the part stampeded TJio men wont down bo of tho experts that thoso cases wero foro tho storm of bullets liko ten pins simply of bilious malaria nnd tho groans of the dying and wound- Â¬ No genoral alarm has resulted aled filled the air though tho news rapidly spread through Tho excitement that followed was tho city Tho authorities do not beliovo simply indescribable Tho doputies that tho situation is materially worso seemed to bo terror stricken at tho than it was four or flvo days ago and deadly execution of their guns and see thov were still confident of their ability ing tho living strikers fleeing liko wild with modern sanitary appliances to and othors dropping to tho earth they successfully quarantine tho infected districts went to tho aid of tho unfortunates Tho official bulletin of the board of whom they had brought down As soon as the news of the shooting experts declaring tho St Claudo streot was to bo reached Hazleton thero was consterna- Â¬ casesPresidentyellow fover boon received Olliphant after 11 by 10 ininutos the strcots tion Within Dr Olliphant immediately oclock wero blocked with excited people Tho Bent for mombcrs of tho press and gave Lehigh Traction company immediately out tho report which was signed by placed a number of oxtra cars on tho Dra Lemounier Touatro Bickham Latimer lino and doctors and clergy- Â¬ Petit nud Purham of the board of exi ports and Dr Dovron tho attending men responded promptly Those who were not injured carried physician CUBAN ELECTION OVER their dead and wounded friends away nnd a correct list can not bo obtained Domingo Mendoz Capcto Selected For Some of thoso known to bo dead are rretldent of tho Republic Mike Ohcsloll of Harwood New Yokk Sept 13 Tho Heralds Frank Cheka of Harwood Havana correspondent says John Staniska of Crystal Ridgo I havo just received apparently re Â¬ George Kulick of Harwood liable ndvices from Nuovitas which Stovo Horry of Harwood stato that tho Cuban elections aro over Among tho Injured aro and that Domingo Mendez Capcto has Goorgo Krczo of Harwood ballots been elected president Advicos to a through leg hip and kuoe local newspaper also stato that Capote John Kcrlovish shot in tho neck lias been olected I have nover heard Androw Shaboliek shot in tho breast him mentioned in Havana as a probablo John Knlich shot in tho stomach candidate Ho is a lawyer was formerJohn Damonsko shot in both legs ly governor of Mntanzas and is said to Gcorgo Vercheok shot in both legs havo recoived tho support of General John Forti shot in tho head will Gomoz Before tho election took placo ar Â¬ dio rangements wero mudo to havo tho ro John Clcshok shot in tho hip suits convoyed to western Cuba by spe- Â¬ Kazimir Dulis shot in tho breast cial couriers No courior has yet ar Jacob Kulshot shot through tho rived in uavuna province body will dio Ilernard J Treucy Dead Stovo Ersknki shot in tho body Boston Sopt 13 Bernard J Treaoy John Koti shot in tho arm and loft tho milliouairo horso broeder of Lexingsldo r- Joseph Bobick shot through tho ton Ky died at tho city hospital last night Mr Treaoy who was here on a back John Treible a deputy shot in the visit foil last Wcdnosday night whou ascending tho stops leading to a friends aud Citizcnsiueptingsr wero held at vari Â¬ residenco on Upton street fenco struck caus oic tots of an iron ous partJi ofJtJwTTiity last night Opin upon tho ing painful ujurios Ho was removed - watfjlSlded as to tho responsibility to tho city hospital whero his condition ioniispTi nig was critical for a day or two thou changed for tho bettor and he was be SHERIFF MARTIN SEEN lieved to bo potting along uicoly Within He Acknowledged That He Gave the tho past 34 hours howovor ho suffered n relupso and grow rapidly worso Order to Fire Wjlkksbauke Pa Sept 11 Sheriff passing awny about 0 oclock yesterday Martin arrived homo on tho 7 oclock evening ColllTlon of triu from Hazleton Ho was cool and Indianapolis Sopt TratiilT Pennsyl 10 A collected Ho was met at tho depot by Ills legal advisor Tho two got into a vania Chicago train northbound col cab and drovo to tho courthouse whore lided hoad on at noon yestorday with a thoy wero closeted together for somo Lake Erio special southbound at curve Both timo Tho sheriff was at first reluctant Tweuly thlrd stroot on a Tho engines rnuning rapidly to say whether lio had given tho com Â¬ were welded together Tho platforms wero mand to fire but afterward admitted of all the coaches ou each train wero that ho had crushed Tho trainmen jumped and hherlfl Martin said ho first met tho saved their Uvea Forty possougors n- rohing miners at West Hazleton wero shaken from their scats and terriHe asked them whero thoy wero going fied Somo wero sovorely bruised and thoy replied Wo aro going to Child Mjrtterlouily Mixing Latimer to got the men out thero 70 deputioa armed O Sept 11 O E Thou tho sheriff and MlDDLKTOWH with Winchesters and revolvers board Marker liviug on East Fourth stroot ed a trolley car for Latimer aud march son as missing reports his Jug down tho publio road headed off Thursday afternoon ho was scut Co the the column of Polos and Huns According to Martins story when grocery by Mrs Herman a noighbor for a sack of salt aud has uot been seen tlio striken reached tho lino of depufclnce It is feared he has been kid ties lio ordered them to halt nud ills Ono of tho Huns said in their imped by gypsies as a largo caravan of Cerso them broke camp north of town that lisp Go toh 11 you havo taken The police Martin then attempted to arrest tho afternoon iu hand aud here working ou are matter man who inado the remark and m he the cuso claims was ilorcely assaulted by tho tho Mali EltrlUe of Oil mans friends Then ho gave tho order to his deputies to firo SisTKiisviLLK W Va Sopt 10 The Shoritt Mutiu when ho rcaohed Klkfork peoplo camo to tho front with was badly scared another big well yesterday when Henry Wilkwbara Thowsii he claims to have been brutally MoDonald drilled thoir No 4 pipes to aaaaalted when won ho did not have a tho Big Injun It ttarted off at 800 mark ou hU person to show that ha had barrels and is tho first veil to produce been rwghjy handled formation iif the Klkfork All clauMe of citizens in this city aud oil in that cue of the most important ia eoanty unite ia ooadeauiiny Sueriff pool Itwade here for a couple of itriko Martins bitty aotipp Bherlit Marts Mil a tttamm to months II KILLED AND 38 WOUNDED Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tlio Soldlari and the Striken Hazleton Pa Sopt 13 Tho situation hero is graver than it has been at any time sinco tho bloody affray of Friday aftornoca Thero is strong rea Â¬ son to fear a conflict between tho strik- Â¬ ers and tho military nnd thoro is as indication that from 5000 to 7000 moro How He Amtiied Illimoir Akkov O Sept 10 John Dusen berry nn ccccutrio character of llitt man thought to nuiuso himself nud scaro tho nolghbors by exploding half n pound of dynamite on his porch yester day morning His homo is badly Â¬ ROYAl AkiHfi POWDER Absolutely Pure s CO Convcniion Accepts the 65 ccnt tally hurt wrecked and Duseuberry probably FAMINE fa- WILL RESUME WORK AT ONCE EXISTS IN IRELAND Soveral Umlnent Men Confirm the Lnvrcl conie Tlillnga New Yoiuc Sept 11 A dispatch to Tho World from London says Tho Antl Scttlcment Delegates Were nally Worn Out and Forced Fi- Â¬ to Accede Columbus O Sept ia1 Tho great minors strike which was declared ou July 4 was brought to an end Saturday evening so fur at least as western Pennsylvania Ohio Indian and West Virginia nre concerned by tho notion of the interstate convention of miners which had been in session hero sinco Wednesday After a day of voting nnd wrangling tho convention adopted a resolution accepting tho proposition of tho Pittsburg operators Tho vote wns 40j for and 317 against accepting tho terms of settlement Eloven votes wcro not cast Tho delegates from Illinois who had 250 votes wero unanimously against a sottlomcnt Indiana and West Virginia voted solidly to accept the operators proposition but thero wero scattering votes among tho Ohio aud Pittsburg The resolution delcgntcs against it adopted is as follows Kksolved That we the miners of IeniiH lvania West Virginia Ohio Indi ana and Illinois In convention assembled do hereby agr jo to accept the pioposltlon recommended by our national oie utlvo oimniltteo viz CS cents in the PittsLurg dlstilo all places in above named states wheru a lclatlvo price cm bi obtained to result o work and contribute liberally to tho minora who do not receive tho ad vance where tho fight must bo continued to a bitter finish Resolved That tho national officers executlvo board nnd tlNtrlct presidents net as nn advisory board for tho purposo of providing ways and means for tho carrying on of tho stilko where necessary provided however that no district resume work for 10 days for tho purpose of giving miners in other districts time to confer with their operators and get tho price If Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ World correspondent has obtained im- Â¬ portant statements from eminent Irish ecclesiastics and British statesmen ou tho winter outlook in Ireland Earl Cadogan tho viceroy of Ireland directed that tho following messngo bo sent In reply to your tolcgram tho lord lieutenant desires mo to say that tho reports which you characterize as most alarming nud tho predictions of fatnino in Ireland you mention aro iu his excellencys opinion unjustifiable Archbishop Croko Fays From nil parts of tho archdiocese of Cushel nnd Emly tho harvest news is most disquiet ing Tho crops had been everywhere abundant nnd our hopes wero hgh but tho terriblo rains of last mouth have dashed thoso hopes Tho bishop of Galway says Tho harvest prospects in this dioccso are really disheartening In tho spring the seeds wero got into tho boil at a lato period in tho season owing to continued rains and tho cousoiuent moisture of tho laud J and now tho produco of that Into planting is very seriously injured by tho exceptional rainfall of August Tho cereal crops lack ripening Bunshiuo and tho potato is iu many districts an appalling failure Ou tho wholo I re gard tho outlook very gloomy and ap prehend tho advent of a fatnino iu tho diocese during tho winter approach ing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RAIDERS SMASH Ncny Work All ltounit but OrxTiHANA THINGS One of Them 10 Captured Ky Sopt Soon Whilo 10 days is provided for the miners to rcsumo work it is probable many of tho Ohio aud Pittsburg mines will bo reopened at ouco The convention adopted resolutions endorsing tho action of tho national KENTUCKY CROPS executive board iu recommending a setCorn Iln Ilecu Injured by Drouth ami the tlement on tho terms proposed Tobacco Late Tho Illinois miners will bo called in convention at Springfield Sept 10 to FiiANKFOUT Ky Sept 10 The what shall be dono iu that Kentucky crop report just issued determine etnto Some of tho Illinois delegates aro shows that drouth prevailed over alvery bitter in their denunciation of the entire state during Angnst notion of tho convention sinco thoy most tho claim their interests havo not been nud tho condition of com has fallen from 03 to 63 Early corn will to a given duo consideration A resolution was adopted denouncing great extent constituto tho crop Tho tobacco crop pcrccutago is CO the action of the deputies iu firiug into the crowd of striking miners at Hazle Tho rcmnrkablo fact concerning toton Pa bacco is that G per cent has been housed This is in striking contrast with last TO WORK READY TO RETURN year when 75 per oent was cut and Mlneri In the IUUburg DUtrlct May Not honsod at this dato Watt the Ten Dayi Tho farmers of Kentucky still hold 50 Tho Pittsburg per cont of tho wheat crop PrrThBURO Sopt 13 district coal operators boliovo that this Thrown UT a Train week will And many mines in this re Wabash Ind Sept 11 Bert Old gion iu full operation nud to further field boy lies soverely in a this belief tlio majority of tho mine homo iu this city tho reowners havo announced that their pits jured at his thrown from a train ou of being are open in readiness for all of their sult Wabash railwny Tho lad tried to tho to ignoro the 10 beat his way to Pern on tho local men who may wish day proviso of tho Columbus settle- freight aud no was discovered between ment It is bolived that many of tho tho cars by a brakemau who ordered strikers will tako advantage of tho op him to jump off Tho train wns runportunity ning rapidly and ho hesitated where Secretary Warner of tho Miners asupon tho man threw htm off Ho sus sociation howovcr says tho Columbus tained a compound fracture of tho leg agroement will bo fctrVly adhered to and is hurt internally A warrant has It is now not bolleved though that tho been issued for tho arrest of tho brake officials of tho district will raise their man hands to stop tho men from going to Ilev Illuihaw Out of 1rUon v work immediately Sept 11 Tho Rev iNDjANAroLW A district convention of the miners William E Hinshaw servlug a life has boon cnllod for Wednesday morn iug nt which matters of vital impor- sentenco at tho northern prison wns Tho con- brought hero yesterday en routo to tance aro to bo discussed vention is presumably called to dovise Daiivillo Ind where ho will testify bo ways and means for continuing the foro tho grand jury Hinshaw was fight against such firms as still rof uso sentenced from Danville Tho cause to pay the district prico aud it is for tho investigation grows out of a thought tho advisability of breaking the confession by an ex convict named 10 day provision and returning to work Banoy who has stated that Hinshaw at onco will bo acted on was not tho murderer of his wife Iu Tho settlement at Columbus on the his statement Baney has implicated basis that tho striking miners return to two other convict who ho claimed to work after an idleness of 10 days was bo rcspousiblo for tho death of Mrs ostensibly to give tho miners of other Hinshaw states timo to gaiu tho consout of their Death ofa flalluut Soldier operators to the agreement but tho op Adjutant Washington Sept 10 erators hero think it was in reality to steal enough of the trado of tho Pitts General Rnggles rocolvpd a tclogram burg oporato s to pay thorn for tho en- yesterday saying that Captain Samuel forced idleness through tho strike McConlho of tho Fourteenth infantry died at St Lukes hospltul Now York OLDEST POJ5JMASTER DEAD city Wednesday evoning from Brights lie Had Handled Mall Contloiiotuly 1or disease Captain McConlho was ono of Nearly Seventy Ycom tho heroes of tho civil wnr and recoived StEUBENViLLE 0 Sept 13 William six broVots for gallant nud moritorious services the last being as brigadier gen Henry Wallace Sr of Hnrainoudsvillo eral of volnntecrs for conspicuous gal Jefferson county who claimed the distinction of having held continuously the lantry nt tho battles of tho Wilderness position of postmaster longer than any and Spottsylvnnia othor ofticlal in the United States is Cl lunel Ifaaliull Accept dead aged 80 years Wawsuton Sept 10 Colouol W He was born iu tho proviuco of Que- Â¬ O Huskell of Ohio has notified tho com bec Canada and camo to Jefferson mlsiiouers of the district that he has conuty iu 1831 In Juno 1830 ho was decided to accopt tho position of sealer mado assistant postmaster at Wells n weights nnd measures aud that h villo O whilo General Jackbou was rll arrive in Washington khortly to Barry of take possession of the office and William Srosldout was postmaster F general Iu 1833 he was made postmaster nt held oftice continu- Â¬ Wellsvlllo aud has ously over sinco that time a period of over 04 years oa postmaster nnd thrco years as assistant In 1830 ho moved to Port Homer and wns mado postmastor thero until IBS when he founded tho town of Ham mondsvillo and was nppoiutod post Â¬ master thero retaining the office until his death Mr Wnllaco has served un der 34 postmaster generals including the present incumbent Kzeltameat Cautc Death Xknu 0 Sept 11 Kxcltomeut ceased by burglare who had enterod the house of Charles ViUketeoii attracted to the scene and eaeeed tbe death of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SjgS-GeStttt3rS4frGgrZS3- 3- possible Oddvillo pike overpowered D N Bees and two dopnty sheriffs nud or dered them to fall back with thoir shot guns pointed iu their faces Ou obeying tho order tho leader of tho gang ordered tho gato cut down which was promptly dono then the raiders smashed tho windows and firing their weapons left Sheriff Rees nud deputy sheriffs followed aud succoeded in capturing Bob Williams after a hot choso through an Williams wns brought to orchard town and placed ill jail Ho claims ho had jnst got up and was going that to tho bnru Six milos further on seven men cut down tho gato on tho Oddvillo and Stouypoiut pike The grand jury is in session and several indictments will 13o mallo on Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ after midnight well armed raiders mado their appearanco at tho first gato east J Going to Build or Repair Write Â¬ Louisville Ky For Prices on Lumber Doors Sash and Blinds Shingles Steel Roofing They J will save you money J when tho latter tipped over aud the and ignited Tho burning oil communicated to Ma tildas clothes and they wero qnlckly nblnzo Harriet attempted to extin guish tho firo nud her clothing also INDIGNATION MEETINGS HELD caught Tho ladles were both liitlrm and they conld do littlo elso than scream Neighbors rushed to for assistance their aid But Matilda run through the And Threats of Violence on Every houso iu tho front room and threw herself into an easy chair nnd when the neighbors got to her side sho was dead Side Ship Crushed In On tho floor iu tho kitchen lay the other sister suffering terribly The the Ice neighbors soon extinguished the flames nnd the woman wns removed to ths ho tpltal whero sho died a few hourj afterward Omni Point B C Sept 11 Tho steamer Cleveland hns arrived from St NEWS NUGGETS Michaels bringing with liei from tho Yukon gold fields a story of distress and Argentine proposes a retaliatory tariff disaster Tho miners sho has on board nud ofllcers in chargo of the ship tell against Amerleun products Thri o distinct shocks of earthquake tho story of disaster und distress nt were felt In Mexico yesterday Dawson Oil has been struck on tho J Brecce Tlio winter has set iu at tho mining city of tho frozen north and two great farm near Hound Head Hardin county O It Is now overflowing stores of tho place havo closed their Francis A Coffin tho wrecker of the doors for thoy havo nothing to sell Thoso who havo been socking gold now Inllauaolls Kmk has nv n unconditionally pardoned by President MoKlnley must seek food or starve Frederick Hiiiilnl a well known young Whilo there mny bo a tendency to exaggerate tho actual condition of af- man of Louisville attempted suicide be fairs there can bo no question that causo ho had been jlltl by MNs Fern famine threatens the adventurous men Choat who married Joseph ychoflllng a und women who made their way to tho New York lawyer Tho amphitheater at tho Paoll fair Klondike Hundreds of unruly spirits grounds at Orleans Ind eollap ed Satur aro tlockiiiK to Dawson Threats of violence aro being mado day evening and Injured about IS peopla Mrs Iou Meadu und daughter Zella of on every hklo Indignation meetings heay with muttered threats of ven that city wero badly injured geance nro hold at St Michaels by There will bo a complete antl Taminany thoso who seo littlo hopes of advancing Democratic-- ticket placed lu the field in up the river and less of getting back to tho coming election lu greater Now York civilization city It will probably be headed by Ed Tho first signs of winter are apparent ward M rout of UrooKlyn for mayor on tho river Yukon which is beginning The first tullgato on tho Winchester to freczo nnd iu u fow weeks will bo plko out of Lexington Ky was S iturday closed Enormous prices nre now being night rohlx d of 3 Frank Coyle the paid for food at Dawson nud it is im keeper thinks the rolbrs secreted them possible that more than four vessels selves In the houso beforu It was cloed for with provisions can reach Dawson bo tho night lore tho river is a mass of ice Charles I Xleholsa brother of Delaney On tho Clovolund thero aro 58 passen F gers men women aud children who lynXlcholc Inthe noted attorney of Brookdied tho workhouss at Qulncy nro from Dawson There nre few min Ills Sunday from ers lu this party that are nolo to tell of wi o serving u sentencosunstroke Nlchol for vagrancy Ills prosperity Many of them wish to ex aggerate their stories nnd if ono would brothers address was letirned from u letter beliovo them ho would say tho treasure in his pocket John Shaw u young married man was ship iu which thoy como carries o000 bound over to court und sent to jail nt 000 Captain Hall master of tho Clove laud savs that ho has 100000 in his Bristol Tenu on a chargo of abducting girl safe Tho purser believes that ho cau W7I0 Osborn u pretty MUs Osliorn has been missing from hor account for 150000 ou board home fur 10 days and her parents havo Tho Cleveland has cqiuo of tho pas Â¬ sengers of tho P B Wenro on board searched for her In vain Tho Wcaro loft Dawsoa City iu timo to Crlmei nnd Cniiiullle connect with tho Portland had sho not Peter W Werkley ug fl 40 years nnd met a mishap and struck on tho flats from Pciuifylviinln was killed by the abovo Circle City Thoy report that on July 25 tho stores of tho Alaska Com- Â¬ t aifl west of Klrktrsvllle O Safunlay Jo Firnworth shot and klllol Henry mercial company and of tho North llntlliUlii a fit of jealous rg nearTons American Trading nnd Transportation company announced that they had no vIlleKy Both wero In loo with Mary Ferguson moro food to soli Bradley Dennvlllu was killed In the Threo weeks before that tho samo company wero ablo to furnish outfits Muulocoul liiliieninrlilneetoa Ind Sat nud when tho announcement was mado urday by falling slate This makes the that no more goods wero available con- seventh person killed In as many months sternation resulted ou tho part of tho Tho British steamer Polyplumus from peoplo of Dawson with gold seekers Rokohama to London has lieen damaged piling iu at tno ruto or -- u to uu a any In collision near Jolol Tar un Islund of Drunkenness gambling nud disorder tlio Keil sen Twenty soven of tho crow were rampant und conservative observwero drowned ers predict the most serious conseThe 3 year old daughter of Charles Wuy quences mlre living north of Klwood while Thero is gold ovcrywhero but tho lu tho kitchen with her mother Ind pulled the peoplo of Dawson want food moro than coffeo jKit over scalded herfucound breast thoy want gold now At St Michaels from which nho died In a fow hours thero nro not enough structures to aclinrnett Boss ax sherlff commodate tho crowd nnd scores of county judge residing near and former Loe3evllle peoplo uro living in tents was walking out In Shortly before tho Oloveland left St Ky under a dead tree a11field and pass falling limb Michaels two of tho expeditious hold ing indignation meetiugs threatening diro struck him ou tho head and killed him Invengoanco upon thoso who had brought stantly Jk Wright colored was shot and prob thom thero nnd were unablo to carry them further Thoy had been left ably fatally wounded by Chief of Police stranded nt St Michaels and can not S A Ball of Mlddlehborough Ky early Saturday morning Ball was ol his way possibly reach Dawson before spring If fortuuo favors four vessels will bo home wh m ho was met by Wright who jumped from an ambush und fired Ball nblo to rcueh Dawson from St Michaels before tho Yukon river freozos They returned the fliv his bullet taking effiot Mathew Wood nged 22 lling near will carry provisions but it is by no means certain that they will reach the Bello Center O was killed at the Big Four crossing nt Yelverton ufter mid Klondike Thoy offer tho only hope night The supposition Is that ho well however for n renewal of supplies Aug 2S tho Excelsior loft St Mi to sleep aud his hor crossed tho track chaols Reports uro current that het just as tho train camo along Ills sweet- Â¬ treasure amounted to 1000000 but heart Miss Mary Anderson no ompunled thero uro none ou tho Oloveland who can him as far as Silver Creek hor heme verify this assertion Flrei Tho Excelsior wns caught ou tho dan Forest fires aro raging a short dlstnnco gerous flats of tho Yukon and broke two blades of her propeller When the south of Chllllcothe O Threu kirns were burned near Tipton Cleveland reached Unalaska sho found tho Excelsior undergoing repairs Thrro horses were Ind by Incendiaries Shortly boforo tho Oloveland left for cremated and soveral buggies und wagons Soattlo tho United Stntes rovouuo cut- were lost A detective will bo employed ter Bear put into St Michaels with to hut up the persons who have been burnCaptain Whiteside his wife two ofll Â¬ ing barns lu that vicinity this summer cers und four seamen of tho steam Tho A O Jones sewer plpo nnd paving Thov aro all that re brick works nt Zanesvllle O giving em whaler Ncvneh main to tell the terrible story of death ployment to about 14 people was burned iu tho Arctic Tho Novnch was caught Sunday night The firo started shortly iu an ico pack in the Arctio ocean Of ufter midnight in tho boiler room Tho Thirty one loss completo amounts to t00C0 In unher crow Ai wero lost were crushed iu tho iio or frozen to completed ware bulldlngsnnd machinery death Dentin The Boar saw tho vessols siguals of distress near Point Barrow nud lost nc Mrs K Floreneo Barker the first na timo iu going to her assistance The tlunal president of tho Womans Relief captain his wife two olllcers und four corps Is dead In Boston sailors wero glad to leave tho dismanJudge Augustus II Fonnof tho Contled crippled ship bnt uiuo positively necticut supremo court died nt Wlusted refused to leave They wero lost in tho Conn Suuduy from Brights disease desolato field of ico and It is feared they uged 53 havo porlshnd secre J C Tho Cleveland also brings nows that tary to Boatman formerly prlvuterecent Â¬ Congressman llllborn tho Humboldt stopped at Unalas- Â¬ ly appointed fish commissioner nnd Alaska when ka on her jonruoy to St Michaols tho Is dead lu Juneau He was a of native of passengers wero in open rcbolliou ago Thoy boy an to realize that it would Ohio and 40 years of Attempt to llul Mil Kiiri Train bo impossible for them to reach Daw sou before uctt spring und thoy know Sept 13 An attempt to Lima O that misery awaited thorn at St M- rob tho WelLs Fargo express train ou ichaels There wero open threats the Chicago and Erio road was frustrat Â¬ arMnstW D Wood thooreanUer and ed near Foruker O yesterday A gang of ia tramps was discovered ou the train Tho train was stopped and tho men wero ordered off but instead of doing so they made a rush for one of Tho messengers tho express cars opened tiro and hold them at bay until 0 ugnln when tho tramps the train started made thoir cscapo It is not known whether any ono was wounded or not Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Celebrated for ft great leavening strength and healthfulness Atiures the food oeainit alum and all formi of adulteration common to the cheap branf ROYAL DAKtNG POWDER NEW YORK Encllili Fabllo Document and Ours Tho British government sells all its publications It gives nothing away If you waut a copy of n bill that hns been introduced into tho houso of commons or a report that has been presented to tho honeo of lords or any publio matter in tho London county council or tho board of aldermen of tho city you havo to buy it from the official printers nnd you havo to pay postago if it is sent through tho tnnils In our country near Â¬ ly nil official documents of this kind nro given away und nro sent froo through tho mails under n frank Tho British plan seems to bo tho moro sen- Â¬ sible It saves millions of dollars every year that nro wnstcd iu tho United States to furnish publio documents to people who do not caro anything for them and who throw them into tho wnsto paper basket as soon as they nro received Tho chargo for official publi- Â¬ cations is only sufficient to pay tho cost and n small margin for wastage Thus tho government printing ofllco is solf supporting nud tho postal scrvico pays a profit of 10000000 or 13 000 000 an- Â¬ nually into tho treasury Ou tho con- Â¬ trary ou orr sido of tho Atlantic it costs 5000000 or moro to pay for printing for which no ono is tho wiser nnd our postofllco department declares nn Irish dividend of 0000000 or 10 000000 every year much of which is duo to tho transportation of pub docs Chicago Record A Street Iteveuge is claimed that this story originated in Cleveland n claim which mny very well be trno becauso Cleveland and It especially the cast end has more pre- Â¬ cocious children to tho aero thnn Bos- Â¬ ton could boast of in her palmiest days This particular precocious infant lives 011 n pretty rross street iu that favored locality Not long ago sho was troubled with un unuoying and persistent tooth- Â¬ ache Finally her mamma took her to n dentist und tho dcutist interviewed tho troublesome tooth After examining it he told her that tho best thing to do under the circum- Â¬ stances was to havo tho tooth extracted us it contained a very largo cavity and this wns tho seat of tho trouble Bracing herself firmly iu tho chair she butlo him go ahead nnd remove tho achcr After tho operation was over sho carefully wrapped tho tooth iu p iir uud declared sho would tuke it liouiu Next day her inumuiu noticed that sho was mi unusually gocd girl and npon looking around located ler iu n window seat industriously poking sugar into tho cavity of tho extracted tooth Her mother demanded tho cause of this struugc procecdiug Why sho said Im poking sugar iu tho old thing just to seo it ncho Clevcluud Plain Dealer Sntiibiiurod tiy MKeat Mount Vkuvov O Sept 10 Mon too J Simons of Frcderioktowu was y mothered to death in tho tunnel of his wheat pit Thero wero threo carloads of wheat iu tho pit nud it was being unloaded Mr Simons got into tho pit to shovel tho wheat uud was drawn into the tunnel It wns an hour before tho body was recovered Illicnieii Mcnt East Liveiipool O Sont 11 Mrs John Croulu and two daughters uud Mrs Thomas Steclo who is visiting tho Cronin family nto heartily of boiled ham yesterday aud soon nfter be came violently ill A physician was called who administered antidotes and prououurod tho cause of their illness the eating of diseased meat -Â¬ THE MARKETS Itevlew of the Grnln nnd Livestock ket For Sept 13 Cincinnati Tuoaoco Market Mar Â¬ Hluls Offerings SuXi 721 Rejections Actual sales Kceelpts Sill The price on the offerings ranged as fol aw 10 05 770 low IM5 M 7l 05 UJJ tSO 03 101 flOiail 75 luf tUfiSlt 75 118 16310 75 7 tXKIiii The 3UUJ hhds offered uvemged 710 pet 100 lbs against 1340 for 9M0 hluls for tho previous week and 1171 for 2007 hhdt the corresponding week In 1800 1U Â¬ mt 03 rtttaburff Prlmo 5 005 10 fair I 003 stags anil cows ti 00M 76 bulls Hogs Prime light CI 45iJ4 50 heavy K34 40 14 3 7COJ 75 Sheep rough Choice 4 10 I 15 fair U OOvii bO com Â¬ mon 40 choice lambs f I UX3 J WHi Cuttle 5 00 fO 6037 25 CluUunatL Wheat 00307Wo Corn aJtSWKc Cat Â¬ tle Selected butchers f3 WX8 40 fair to common Id 5 ffJ 163 75 medium 3 00 Hogs Selected nnd prlmo butchers I 8521 40 packing ti 001 30 common Sheep tt 5 3 oOOl 10 und rough 3 75 lmiili 14 7685 60 Ilumtla Cuttle Choice to prime 3 0025 10 fair to good fJ 7S3I 15 common 1 tiliiti S3 463 J 60 Hogs Yorker It common mixed pack Â¬ er 0031 tl Prlmo U3 4081 60 fair13to0031 W choice teheep It common ti WA 73 lamb 3 OOdil 15 65 II 00OJ Chicago W T5t M Hogs Seleoted butcher 90 Cattle Native wr mixed W 6i 7695 M eovrt II 0C5 45 most salt 8keer- - M and bulls II 7563 76 4 lamb 14 000870 6 10 Mill culvcj P Will CO X ft ofhhwito tmhalw Ha WottM AAmU You must admit Mid the high browed woman that many a m 1im gone to bcavca solely through tk e effotta Certainly OtbpnflM Uwy yumU U Ma sld Um dtogmabk irryiM--9tiii- tl in CUk H Um XswYaek 14 T44Ji ptyw rwr Breckenridge f no D - ji MriMMntaMMMMii II IJM MMUMMMNI WWMWtWMWtWBtWMjilUWI 111111 npi fjjw THE SBLROKKNRIIDQK NEWS GLOYERPORT HARDINSBURG L H fc W TIME TAtLE OOIHO Y News 15 1897 BRANDENBURG Mr A 8 Johnson is at home for a low days Mrs 1 W Falrlelgh has returned to TiJ7 ternoonan interesting meeting was k V 0 BiUgt Edllon wd PrprlUn WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER ItST iCn K Paiitnger Dally arr Ilardlnibarf- - atn Loulavlllo SIX PAGES Announcements M olLv reentanre of the nomlnalitin tendered him for Slate Senator by the Republican ol the Tenth Henatorlal Ulltiict compoaevl of the counties or Klectlon llrecaeuridge Hancock and Meade November 1897 r seme wht 65 Panenxer Dally arr Hardlnibnrglt pn IV i t fe 1 1 it 4 u 1 a fi fe i f mim llobeit Hook has returned to Valley City Ind Dont buy your furllliz jr until you see CD Payne T C Lewis will repair your watches It are authorised to announce It O Smith aa the 1opullit candidate for the State Sen clocks and jewelry rrom the Tenth Senatorial Uilrkt competed ate of the rountk of llreckenrli ge Hancock and ltichard McGary has returned to school Made Uection Noreinher 187 at St Marys college The Btore at Clifton Mills will bo clos- Â¬ Tub candidates swung halt way round ed out next Friday the circuit last week wound up nt Bow A number ono milch cow for ealo ley villein good shape ami in Quo spirits to say not a ono Of thorn but Aaron Norton Webster And strango Miss Bettle and Ella Hook were visit- Â¬ what thinks ho is glng to bo the win Â¬ ing at Irvingtou last week TI10 fun begins again next Thurs ner day at Custer Mrs Dr J T Baker was visiting her mother at Long Lick last weok Will compare grado and prices on fer Â¬ BEWLEYVILLE tilizer with anybody C D Payne Miss Besslo Beard returned to Bow Â¬ Miss Mabel Stith Is teaching in Hard ling Green last week to enter college lnshurg Go to E T Guthrie the druggist to Moorman Ilardaway spent Sunday in havo your prescriptions compounded the city Remember T 0 Lewis if your watch Miss Mary Board left for Hardinsburg needs repairs He will make it as good Tuesday as new Miss Annie Johnson is teaching school The railroad company have been mak Â¬ at Bethel ing some improvements on the depot at Mrs T J Trlplett has been quite sick this point for several day Store open at all hours and prescrip Â¬ loss 0 II Drury has suffered severe tions filled at tho lowest prices E T from hog cholera Guthrie KememberChas Drury s colt show at Rosco Eskrldge came down from Ekron Bewleyville next Saturday last week and spent several days with from Sample and T J Jolly returned friends here other pointa Wednesday Misa Ella Parson returned to Cannel W II Cain Sr spent several days ton Ind last week accompanied by last week in Meade county Mrs P Dillon Quite a number of our people attended Mrs Payne who has been visiting Mrs the Wimp sale Wednesday C L Pate returned to her home Lodi Wm Stith is stopping at Mr A burg lost week Jordans to night Saturday Mrs J A Witt and Miss Julius were Banks Drury has gone to Lebanon visiting Mr Jule Hardins family one Ohio to attend school there day last week Mrs Charlie Gross is visiting her par Â¬ You can buy all kinds of patent medi Â¬ ents Mr and Mrs Tom Tayne cines from E T Guthrie the druggist Mrs John Frakes will rpend this week at bottom prices with her brothers family near here The farmers are cutting up their corn Miss Blanche Fontaine contemplates in this section Tho yield will be the visiting relatives at Chenault this weok lightest in years Mrs Clara Jordan has been spending The asphalt mines near Gatfleld open- Â¬ sometime visiting friends in Louisville ed up last week Abouttwenty tlvo men Miss Kate Fousche has been the guest are employed there of Miss llattie McCoy all the past week P Dillon went to Evansvlllo Ind Our teachers Mr and Mrs Sam Tate last week and purchased a saw mill for are here to begin the public school Mon- Â¬ Parson and Roberts Ed McGullin and Miss Mattie Pum day Sept 13 Dr J M Walker and family visited phrey were married at the brides home Mrs Maggie Funk of Hill Grove vicinity near West View last Tuesday fast Wednesday We are still in the market with Disc Mr and Mrs George Bllsfct and Mr harrows plows buegies and farming im- Â¬ aud Mrs Charlie lriest are visiting rela Â¬ plements Beard Dillon Co Morris Eskridge has purchased tho old tives at West loint The ltev G B Overton recently made Taylor lots on the south side of town and his name sake B Overton Blanford a pre will begin to improve them at once sent of a nice Bible J ft Hook is on the sick list His fam- Â¬ Little Hue Meadow went home with ily fear that he has typhoid fever He her cousins from Owensboro who recent- Â¬ has only been sick however a few days ly visited here and staid a week or Will Miller sold fourteen head of cat more tle last week at 3J Charley Miller tlve Mrs Mart Turpin from West Point head at 3 George Jolly five head nt 3 lately spent eeveral days visiting her For Sale One Parker Bros ham mother nud other relatives returning to merlesa gun Twelve gauge thirty Inch Job B Cox her home Sunday barrel Price 20 Misses Maggie and Mary Paul Phillip Prof Logan opened the college last Cain aud Overton Blandford are off at week with about twenty students This Vine Grove visiting relatives These be was satisfactory to him but he expects joyous days to Phil to have more iu a few weeks One of our oldest inhabitants said the There will bo prayer meeting out at other day that he had nover knowu Bew Antloch church Thursday night and II ley vllle to have as many visitors as alio 0 Hook will preach there next Sunday has had this summer night The public are Invited to attend Breckenridge county candidates were Attention ladies Use Heinzs all in our town Saturday There was pickling vinegar Your pickles pre Â¬ no speaking however owing to the fu- served and ready for table use without neral of Uncle Nelson Clayromb using brine For sale by J II Hook Dr P W Footc sometime ago had a the baker fine milch cow killed by lightning lie The Hardinsburg public school opened sold the hide for 5 fed tho tlesh to tlio last Monday with a fine attendance hogs and sent on for insurance so she Messrs Harman and Avitt are the prin- Â¬ wasnt a dead loss alter all cipals in charge with Miss Kate Eskridge as assistant Jesso Whitworth depot agent reports GUSTON the largest business for the railroad at this place during the month of August Mr Henry Cox is quite sick Utile Ben Cox Is very ill at this writ- Â¬ that they have had during that month for four or five years ing For Sale Cheap A few exceptionally load of stock GKSmith shipped a good poland china pigs World Fair Saturday Model U S No 44552 sired by blood Miss Walton of Big Spring is visiting Sanders Short Stop No 1005 Mrs Lucinda Stith Respectfully Mrs George Keffis visiting her moth- Â¬ B A Parke Webster Ky er in Frankfort this week The best ladles shoo on the market for Mrs Florence Hawkins and children the very low price of 1 Please call and are visiting Mrs Ben Ilardaway and see them It Is no trouble for me to friends show goods 1 take pleasure in opening Mr Andrew Cain wife and son of up any article in the house to you I Frankfort were visiting relatives hero have a world of new goods at rock bot last week tom figures A X Kinchloo Mrs Uzxle Cain and daughter Mrs Vord was received here last week of Tom odd both of Frankfort were visit Â¬ iue ueam 01 lomoweeney iu ew ior ing friends and relatives here last week Mr Sweeney has no relatives here but We were sorry to hear that Mrs Allen Mr John Hoben who was his persona Flowers of Sutnpter once of this place friend telegraphed to have his remains got her home destroyed by Ore They hipped here for interment They ar- Â¬ rived at Cloverport last Sunday and were have our sympathy Quite a large crowd from here attend Â¬ brought up from there and Interred in ed the Ice cream supper at Mr George the Catholic cemetery A New York paper gives the following Lyddans last Saturday night It was account of the death of Thomas Sweeney of the church for the benefit Sweeney thirty nine years old Miss Carrie Lloyd and little sister re- Â¬ Thomas of 15 Grand street Jersey City fell turned to Louisville last week after a Â¬ long and pleasant visit to Mrs Leona through a sky light at the Atlantic Gar and grandfather Mr Henry den on the Bowery shortly before 12 Adklsson oclock to day and was Instantly killed W Cain Parrot t of South Carolina The roof of the garden U being repaired Him Ethel a charming and beautiful young lady is Sweeney weut upoii the roof to see a vliitlng her slater Mrs Harry llIHs of friend who was working there In cross Â¬ Louisville While there she made a Hy Â¬ ing over to where his friend was Sweeney ing trip dowa to spend a few days with stepped on a sky light The glass crack- Â¬ Mm Kd Smith ed and before the unfortunate nun could 1 1 IlayRM had a colt show at his jump gave way He fell about seventy Urn mat Cliftoa Mill Uot Saturday five feet and struck on a table in the corner hall The table waa covered with The first crockery which waa scattered in every eek exhibit Mlr t went to T W 3f oredock wewlwn at There were WcWr The other om stiff wai direction 1st the place a number of peo at be Una and lladsak elaasr ple eating JIkHtJ fall create J a wutk in- - jtKgea wr Hrvwliigtuii ttM bifere tfctt arrival of aa awbuVaaee ton W4 iiwtiu rata K r euthorlted to announce K W Â¬ Frankie Falrlelgh will go to tho Harvaid College this year Mrs J D Babbago returned to Clover port last Saturday Will Howards pretty cottage is about ready for occupancy Services in both churches last Sunday morning and evonlng J T Ditto and Miss Addlo G Ditto are hero to seo their father Mrs Jesse Malin is vlsitlnc her parents Mr and Mrs J W Lewis Bro Phillip Jonklns preached at Long Branch last Saturday night Mr Clias Bryants home looks bran now sines the improvomeut Georgo Worland has gono to Irvirigton to see his sister who is quite sick Miss Lula Woolfolk spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Mary L Ditto Wo regret to hear that Miss Agnes Worland has typhoid fever at Irvlngton Miss Lulu Woolfolk has had a visit to Miss Jennie Leo Woolfolk of Meade Spring Miss Marlola Ashcraft has gone to West Point to engage in tho millinery business Mrs R H Novitt and Mrs Jim Smith with their children visited Mrs John Nevitt lost week Mrs Glover and Mrs Jones who have been visiting Miss Halllo Dowdy left lost week for Louisville Mr Jo Parker Bjrako hero last Saturday afternoon I have no report from tho speech or tho crowd Mrs Mattie Latrobe Murray and her children were guests of Mr and Mrs J W Lewis last week Willie Grinnell has spent two weeks at French Lick aud West Baden and re- Â¬ turns much improved in health Misses Lula and Mary Lewis Messrs D W Ashcraft and Harvey Ditto attend Â¬ ed tho ice cream supper at Mr Henrys Miss held Mrs E E Pate presided Lula Lewis read a leaflet also Mrs Jesse Malin of Vine Grove Miss Allle Reld rendored tho music Next meeting at Mrs Goo Roimans Bro Pate la anxious for n choir to bo organized in the Methodist church not by Methodist entirely but by thosoot other denominations as well to Bing in What is every ouos both churches business is no bodys business Lot so mo particular individual tako hold of the work and push it to success Good sing Â¬ ing Is a great aid to the minister and draws tho young peoplo The friends of Mrs Wallaco Hlgbo neo Halllo Wimp of this county were shocked to hear of tho terrible tragedy which had befallen her in tho untimely death of her husband I know Mrs Hlgbo as a child and as a young lady She was an amiable quiet good girl and at the time of her marriago Wallace Hlgbo was an industrious peaceable citi zen Much regrot is felt for tho unfortu- Â¬ nate wife and bright little son Cards havo been received from Mr and Mrs Warren II Richardson Louis- Â¬ ville to the marriage of their daughter Roberta to Dr Linn Lithgow Kennedy at tho Chestnut street Methodist church Sept 22 at 0 p m Tho young couplo will bo at home after October 1st 10S9 Eyerett Avenue Miss Maydee Pusey of this place an own cousin of tho bride elect will bo one of the brides maids It will bo a very beautiful church wed Â¬ ding I stepped in last Sunday to see Mr Franklin Ditto one of tho best friends I ever had in my life He has been in de- Â¬ clining health lor sometime and is now very feeble and confined to his bed His mind is active and ho is fully aware of his condition Some of tho brightest happiest moments of my whole life have been spent at his homo when he and tho handsome mother of his children were in their prime She has long since been gathered to her reward Mr Dittos children have all been with him A MEADE COUNTY WKOOINO I Keep Up Your Scotts Emulsion in Summer time What arc your resources Have you of health stowed an abundance away for the long hot deplet- Â¬ ing days or does summer find you low in vitality run down losing flesh and weak Scotts Emulsion of Cod liver Oil will give you the proper reserve force because it builds up the system on a solid foundation A tonic may stimulate j Scotts Emulsion not only boosts it sustains for the summer It Is a wis prtciutlon always to have at Scotti Emultlon In fcit a imall bottle of It will keep todefin the house Unopened lUty Tightly corked after tome kept in a cool place It will rerrkln tweet for weeks For tale try all druggets at DONT BE MISLED By idle I talk or unfounded rumors to the effect that s FAIR ONE-PRIGE-STORE W vi intended to remain but a short time but make- up your mind that we have t 50 Cents and 5JX0 hrorn another correspondent Â¬ Â¬ Tho8 Youstler and Miss Blanche Allen The Rev George Grant Smith wife were united in marriage at the residence and children of Louisville spent last of the brides parentsL Aug 10th at 5 Tuesday with Mrs R II Nevitta family oclock p m Rev Jenkins officiating Little Mary Louise Woodson is not so J P Peckenpaugh and Miss Mattie The wedding waa well the little one has had a serious time Hamilton attendants this summer We hope cool days may very quiet yet a pretty one only a few friends and relatives witnessed the occa- Â¬ restore her shattered health sion The bride was dressed in a travel Next Saturday and Sunday will be held ing costume carrying a bunch of Ameri- Â¬ the last Quarterly meeting services for can beauties in her hand and deported tho Conference year in the M E church herself as usual in a calm intellectual at this place The Rev G B Overton manner She Is known as a belle of presiding Paradise Bottom her lovely disposition The crops In some portions of Ken- Â¬ and graceful manners have long render tucky are ruined and rain now could not ed her a favorite with all The groom is Wells streams and springs an enterprising young larmer ol near save them are dry The drouth is the worst exper Â¬ isew Amsterdam Intl and lias many ienced for years friends to wish him success After the I have a letter from my young friend ceremony they and their guests retired Jim is to the dining room where a bountiful re Â¬ Jim Bondurant of Morganfield doing very well but he thinks theres no past wast served This being over the such place as Brandenburg and no such bridal couple took their departure on girls any where else steamer Tarascon C Grinnell has commenced her There were un3ei and teara In that gathering Mrs band class which is the largest in years A Where the heart wai pledged with a trembling musical education is as important nowa Â¬ hand days as a literary one and people realize Whit trying thought In the bourn did swell A the bride bade parents and home farewell it Come for a course Starting on a journey-- of care and strife Mrs Joe Woolfolk is in Elizabethtown Alas Ms hard but such is life to see her grand daughter Mrs Dr May the couplo experience long life Mrs G II Casperke will health happiness and prosperity is the OConnor stop there enroute from Nashville home wish of their friends G II Casperke has returned Something to Depend On I hear that one of our young profes- Â¬ sional Meade county beaux will 8Mn Mr James Jones of the drag firm of take unto himself a Breckenridge county Jones A Son Cowden 111 in speaking damsel who is popular here in society of Dr Kings New Discovery says that circles and is a vocalist of sweet renown last winter bis wife was attacked with La Grippe and case grew so I had a most pleasant visit last Satur- Â¬ that physicians her Cowden and serious Pana at day and Sunday to the pretty hospitable could do nothing for her It seemed to home of Mr and Mrs Cal Hendrick develop into Hasty Consumption Hav Â¬ My young friend Miss Ella B came in ing Dr Kings New Discovery in store and selling lots of it he took a bottle for me she is the center of attraction at nomo and to tne surprise of all she beÂ¬ Kings Rest where she never tires of gan to get better from first dose and half dozen dollar bottles cured her sound entertaining her friends New Discovery well Dr Brandenburg Normal will open Sept andConsumptionKings Coughs and Colds is for 20th Prof A 0 Burton will arrive thia guaranteed to do this good work Try week from Chicago University where it Free trial bottles at A R Fisher e he has been since June Come to onr drugstore 6chool for 1S97 and OS you will never To Cars Constipation Forerer regret it Excellent teachers first class Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic 10c or 2S If C C C all to cure dmgeUts refund mooer board and the best people in the world The Ladies Missionary Society met OUSTER at Mrs Chas Casperkes last Friday af old child of Mr and Mrs John Legrand who lives about ono mile South west of Mrs Legrand Custer wandered awar left it sleeping on the bed while she went to where her husband was work Â¬ ing in his tobacco patch near the house She states she was not gono more than fifteen or twenty minutes but when she returned Bhe found her baby had awoke and left tho house She notified her husband and all the family searched in vain untlll almost night when they be Â¬ gan to notify the noighbors and call for help to which Custer and adjoining neighbors responded and with lanterns in hand they plodded all night when just before day light a party who was traveling a westerly course from the house heard a noise emanating from a dense forest Beyeral times They heard tho noise as the crying of a child but not distinct enough to locate it and it was not until about sun up on the morning of the 23th that a few yells from the crowd told the bereaved parents that their baby was found Mr and Mrs Legrand extend their thanks to their neighbors for their assist- Â¬ ance in finding their child Â¬ Come to Stay and deal out to the Public Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes and Gents Furnishings at un- Â¬ heard of Low ONE-PRICE-STORE Prices Once a Patron always thereafter a Customer THE FAIR STRICTLY CASH Cloverport Shorts New Kentucky Building 1 Eternal Vigilance is the price of perfect health Watch carefully the first symptoms of impure blood Cure boils pimples humors and scrofula by taking Hoods Sarsaparillo Drive away the pains and aches of rheu- Â¬ matism malaria and stomach tioubles steady your nerves and overcome that tired feeling by taking the same great medicine Hoods Tills are the best family ca- Â¬ thartic and liver tonic Gentle reliable sure SB The New Sx Every Quality and Grade is a Warrant of Excellence Every Price is an Object Lesson in the Economy of Buying in our City Bakery Has entirely n New and Fresh Stock of Goods Your patronÂ¬ age desired Fresh Bread Delivered Daily Canned Goods Fresh and Wholesome Lunches Served until 12 The INFLUENCE of the Mother shapes the course of unborn generations goes sounding through all the ages and enters the confines of Eternity With what care there- Â¬ fore should the Expectant Moth- Â¬ er be guarded and how great the effort be to ward off danger and make her life joyous and happy Baby Sleeps An Eigliteen-Months-Oin the Woods All Night ld oclock Grocery Department Complete Line of V at night Deferred from Ut week About 3 oclock in the afternoon of August 21th little Shelly the Julius Sippel We offer the Largest and Most MOTHERS FRIEND allays all NervousÂ¬ ARE SELLING AT FIRST COST -- Shellman HRVINGTON Co KYMar- Â¬ Eatables Come once and you will come back they all do -- lieves the ness re- Â¬ the old stock whch they recently purchased of J T shall consisting of in the city h and Nau- Â¬ sea and so fully preÂ¬ pares the system that CkWdMrth is made easy and the time of recovery short- Â¬ ened many say stronger after than before confinement It in Â¬ sures safety to life of both moth- Â¬ er and child All who have used MwUKrt Frkari say they will nev er be without it again No other remedy robs confinement of its pain X cnttomet vhOM wife used Mother Friend js uim aa ab autu to to through the onlaal ana there vera bat four bottle to be obtained and the coat SIMM per bottle be would tuvottcm la rrux Dayton OUo Cramps Headache Dry Goods and Clothing Boots Shoes and Notions Womans Kid Shoes pat leather tip former price 140 our price Table Oil Cloth former price 20c yd our price 14c Mens Fine Calf Shoes Lace or Congres good values former price 1 10 our price 75c Arbuckles Caflee 13c Nice lot of Qtieensware very cheap Calicoes at 3c and 4c Highest price paid for Country Produce A lot of Odds and Ends in Pants and Coats Pants from 40c to t Coats equally as cheap We cant name all the good Bargains we have Come and sec for yourself 1 gggg XnSn McGlothUn Kxt VUlotlff j VEST euro liulftoti utuni tMkfallUM lover ml felllouB P1m buy aim tnr BIO O C ttxUyj 8Mcwnta UMmi gmnmlmi to cure by t dwiftttoK ww Breckenridge Circuit Csrt IMiiuMcGlMMalicoDrt All perwoj hjfa cUImt elnt nu ni tiu Martin McOloddu deccatrd ere kercby notified to t U oflke a lUrdintixirg property provmenor the Cot day of October iSj Giwtt ioUer j mum mm wj i nvcuii 197 V KTerrbedr Bar CaseareU Candy Cathartic tlie awe woa derf ul medical discover of the ytoM CredUiot ot tftaUy the cU e cf ant and refrcehltiK to IM UM Notice Bjnma cnHltan - 3 Â¬ Sentby expreaa gn receipt of price H00 PER MOTTLU fMjk J raaAaUaUalaBia CtlAUBAUBM CUCC He Hw Swy 8ey Itook to MKX1CTANT MOTH KKS mailed free upon application containing TlnaM tarooMUoa aad vulBntery teaUaaiMUali TMC IWAlPma M44MATM CO ariMTaA mm B li SHELLMAN - in - CO i IVfct- mule Mat OJLfBTORXA I J SXS f J4 - T ff H44 a IN k ft KH yg zCmKj hi-- MIMMWWmwjH lfrllWTfT7 -- - r -- - arivr v BnmoKiRNeLiDsm MmitfS SLavJariiFbRr ad--l4- 4i y I jamr- SPECIAL LOW BATES Breckenmdge News 1897 TliS KLONDIKE LJrfTER tVwr Billy I rromlwit to w4to yon A lino from this fnr norern cllmo And bo I lit down to IncU you rhyme A bit of cold frost bit Im her6 In this now EJDorado Where clusters of rA crow on trees Whero tho uroundog nocr looka for his shfidow For thero aint nT un If you plena WEDNESDAY SElTEMUEttaS ANDY CATHARTIC robcotofo CURECOtlSTIPATIOH ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED plaind booklet frff Id STKKMM1 UKJIKlir W X DEMOCRATIC TICKET fWmf Tl JT FOR CLEIIK COOIIT OK APPHALSi k big calto of lcf ii my tabic A blanket of now la my wnf And I tell yoiy t aint any fablo To nay I dor t suffer from hoot Tho broo7plov ten mlloi a mlnuin Thoyd tfeto tho ntn off of your phi Old Norton Dakota aint In It Tor blp arda thntknow how to bllz 2550 10 VaJdlBLLLillIILI JIW HTliraHnir CO ALL DRUGGISTS SAM SHACKELFORD FOIt CIRCUIT JUDGE M m p JUDGE T R McBEATH FOIt COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY - WEED S CIIELF I OR STATE SENATOR ELIJAH ASHCRAFT IT Wtl - FUSION TICKET FOR IIEIHESRNTATIVR H J II LENNIN FOR COUNTY 1UDOK Ik M - W E MINOR A M HARDIN T A McGILL Deputy FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY EgL KV M - IK FR COUNTY CLERK Ho Convinced the Duke During his visit to tho United States tl o lato Duko of Marlborough mudo n host of frieuds Ills quick eyo unas Â¬ suming manner and ability to grasp easily tho many sided electrical quesCor dessort woto snowballs with dressing tions won tho honest admiration of tho Of glittering frost and our drlhk practical Yankee whoso idea of tin Well our stomachs arent drenched with no English dnko differed in every way from blowing Of coffeo or tea I dont think tho real livo JJrltish peer Upon one tco wutor for breakfast and Under occasion liowovor tho old domineering Ico water for supper and whon spirit of tho duko gained the mastery Wo eat n night lunch Im n sinner nnd lie paid for tho temporary lapsn If It isnt lco water again from republican manners with n fow And yet upon frequent occasions Rood bruises and a rather sovcro shak Â¬ I sit at a sumptuous board ing up of the ducal frame Around mo tho rarest provisions Tho markets can over afford Tho duko was making a tour of in I feast upon ments sweet and tendor spection over ono of tho Chicago cnblo On pastry of daintiest bake lines and cumo across a cnblo car driver Till my nppetlto makes a sui render who was n typical Yankee born aud And liogs mo desist then I wnko bred iu tho state cf Connecticut Tom Smith who camo with us Is lying Can you stop tho car quickly At rost in a grave in the snow asked his grace Tlo called mo up to him when dying And said I am lucky to go I jist reckon yo kin bet yer life I soon will bo sitting and blinking can Mr Duke At n flro thats eternally bright How soon Aim wasnt n saint and Im thinking Uo sized tho thing up about right In bout two yards replied tho T think It mnit scrap with such board TrAh dog Is tho leading attraction trolled frlcasscod roasted and frlod flth soup of palo sickly comploxlon Of peas that our ancestors tfrlod Â¬ Â¬ Bjb Oh woro living llko prlnoos Onno best tho old land can afford My itomnoh at times fairly winces Our ZZKZi ChlriKO Hontrtsl Can orlStn Tork fe lit aerial navigation aud the manner iu which he floats upon tho still soft nir of tho southern climes is a dream of grnco and loveliness But when ho alights poetry tukos its flight nnd thu marvelous sonrur Is found to bo tho homeliest and most uunttrnctlvo of birds His tastes aro low for ho U a natural scavenger aud ns such thcio if n law that prevents his being shot Ho is bald scraggy rusty looking awk Â¬ ward and repulsive Prido seems to havo been left out of his nature nnd his mnnuors nro simply atrocious No self respecting bird will nssociato with him llefnro and After Death Wo usually bcliovo iu immortality so far as to avoid preparation for death nnd in mortality so far as to avoid prep- Â¬ Tho Tnrkey Ilnizard Somo ono has taken tho troublo to search out an attribute of beauty iu tho common nnd rcpulsivo looking bird known as tho turkoy buzznrd Hit flight is said to bo tho perfection of Ualiteit After ill head ttU Off br Love tho French physician who has greatly interested himsolf iu tho qacBtinu What passes iu tho head of relates tho it decapitated human boing following reuiarkublo story which ho says wus taken from tho archives of tho Vienna courts It was in tho year that Schocuonburgn well known bandit and four of his associates wero caught nnd condemned to death They wero already on thoir knees ready to pay tho penally of thoir bloody deeds by sub mitting to tho awful fate of dccnpitn tion when tichoouonbnrg addressed tho judgo asking that his four companions might be pardoned on ccrtaiu conditions If asked tho bandit ufter I am beheaded I get up and walk to the first of my comrades will you pardon him The judgo thought that ho was pretty safo iu complying with tho re quest Then continued Schoenen burg if I walk to tho second tho third and tho fourth will you pardon them also Tho judgo replied that if such a miraculous feat could bo per formed ho would obtain pardon for tho other thrco also Tho bnndit was now satisflrd nnd bending his head ho re ceived tho fatal blow Instantly tho head rolled down in tho sand but to tho surpriso nnd horror of all present tho headless trunk uroso and walked alouo Aimlessly it appeared tho body wnlked around until it passed tho first tho second tho third aud tho fourth condemned bandit when it full dowii aud Lccaino motionless Query How could n headless body think Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Womefi iney arenueio deranged Kiunerunu failure of delicate orgoni to perform their natural functloua How common are chronic dlwaiei Women know 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discussing tho past VTo freely admit that old Docky Ilnd a damslto more senso than tho rest Uoodby I am all in a shiver Of tho gold I havo nothing to say tiavo this i You can bo t If I over Oct back to old Denver Ill stay Whero ono makes a striko thcros n legion Will wearily rnwhtdo it bogk And curso this ico scpulchcred region Llko Hessians Yours hungrily Jack You may read her this letter You know who I mean Mary Ann And tell her I think sho had hotter Tlo on to somo other young man And toll tho old girl not to bellow Because I nm hid In tho fog Well goodby ngaln dear old fellow I must go and help butcher a dog V S lie always lacked sand in his craw Nonsousol sharply exclaimed his grace Tho next moment tho duko was Faslilonnblo young ladies in Japan busy picking himself out of n small when they desire to look very nttraotivo sand biuk by the sido of tho tram line gild their lips into which tho abrupt stoppago of tho car had thrown him As ho quiotly DR MENDENHALLS brushed himsolf tho Yunkco smiled nnd remarked I hopoyo aint hurt Mr IMPROVED Dciko Guess yo think I kin stop her snddiut now dont ye London Tel- Â¬ CHILL FEVER egraph aration for nuything after death kin Rus Tho Short Stupa of the Train Sustained journey speed from end to end of n run is not merely a mutter of highspeed between stations It in vol vis also making tho station stops short The moro stops thcro aro tho moro important is promptness at stations Tho Â¬ 3 Ai CM Eating Alarninlado With Kurds Tho Kurdish chief and his elder sous tVie Denver Post A Sharp TJoy REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR REIRESKNTATIVK JOHN P HASWELL JR FOR COUNTY JUDGE WM AHL FOR COUNTY CLERK OWEN CUNNINGHAM FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY R N MILLER FOir CIRCUIT CLERK SHERMAN BALL v b burton FOR JAILER FOR SHERIFF GUS SHELLMAN FOR ASSESSOR JOHN H COMER FOR SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS ANDREW DRISKELL FOR SURVEYOR Tommy All tho wind is out of my tires Mr Flgg All the air you menu Wind is air in motion Tommy Then it is nir when tho wheel is still and wind when I am riding aint it paw Indianapolis Journal If you have ever aeon a little child in a paroxysm of whooping cough or if yon have been annoyed by a constant tickling in the throat you can appreci- Â¬ In Self Defense ate the value of One Minute Cough Cure Yes said tho mail who was relat ing tho experience I am usually n which gives quick relief Short peaceful and law abiding citizen but Ilaynes on that occasion I joined tbo infuriated mob and threw stones at tho militia Baseball Term You did Yes I knew that if the militia Lo gan to shoot tho infuriated mob would probably escape while tho innocent spectators would get hurt New York Sunday World Â¬ Â¬ stroked their beards and ejaculated Muslmllahl whenever thoir European guest put his fork in his mouth My father why does tho Fireugi eat with u hook u littla Kurd asked at last but all the answer ho got was n smack from his fnther at which ho cried bitterly To coutolo him I gavo him n spoonful of mnrmalndo which terrified him but fearful of being punished ugaiu for bad manners bo seized the spoon aud gulped it down liko a pill saying Ho must huvo Avolln Effoudim liked it all tho snmo for soon after- Â¬ ward tho father oamo and asked mo what tho tatli was I gavo him tho pot which ho emptied Murad then cleaned tho kuifo and fork and shut them with n click into n patent clusp knife This put too great n strain on tho chiefs curiosity and ho asked to see it close After n careful examina tion ho remarked oracularly In truth ouly in Firongfstan can thoymako such things of beauty Clivo Bighams A Rido Through Western Asia Â¬ observant man who travels much can- Â¬ not fail to notice thoolTccton trainmen on station men and oven on passengers of habitual fast running All hands get trained to alertness and precision of movement It is a lino thing to watch tho handling of u very fast train at a station It is invigorating to seo tho speed without liasto of tho inspectors aud tho baggagemen tho quick and smooth chungo of engines mid tho cutting off of tho dining car I havo seen tho other extreme on a Southern railroad whero tho cay going conductor ran past a Hag station and then backed down a mile to lot oil ono passenger His serene iudiilerciico to timo did not m nko mo feel any safer on bis train Engineering Magazine Â¬ Â¬ Breckenridge News D5XS 5 w w iV Deed Mortgage or any writ ten instrument drawn Kent buy or sell a pieco of land Collections made and remit ances prompt Copying done on tho Call graph the best type writer in the world Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order Good We fully realize your thoughts when the idea of having dental work done comes hut nevertheless they must have attention and the sooner the better i 7 We aie prepared to do your work with a guaiatitec to give satisfaction at exceedingly low prices We will he at Irvington on Wednesday and Thursday after the fourth Monday of each month It is to your interest to consult us i wjjjj And Malaria In all Forms Tasteless Mono genuine without the abOTe picture and tho signature of J C Mendenhall 4SJ CHILLS AND FEVER 0-- -- GUAUANTEED TO CURE The Human Electric Ilattery Tim superstition that human beings should sleep with their heads to tho north Is believed by tho French to havo for its foundation n scicntilio fact They afllnn that oaeli human system is in itself an clectrio battery tho head being ono of tho olictrodes tho feet tho other Their proof was discovered from experi ments which tho Academy of Sciences was allowed to mako on tho body of a Â¬ Â¬ HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky Noah Advertised The time of departure of tho ark and people who didnt believe in advertising had to stay out in the rain for forty days They undoubtedly changed their views but their postoflice address has never been learned Try an ad 1 Prloo 50 conts at all Doalora PREPARED ONLY BY J C tVANSVILLt MENDENHALL INU I Sold by SHORT HAYNES AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CUHU t j tirvou Disease I all log Mem orrImpotency HlecpteMnwet6 c4uh1 br aim Indlt Bf ij c ret Abate or other Excessesand tunttt Ion Tfev uuieJclu reetore Lost Vitality In old or young and fitamanforttady butlaemor marriage Prersnt IntAnltv and Viniumntlon it takflnld titne Their me nhowt immediate fmproTe meal and eneeu a CUim 7 hero All other tail In They lit npoa haTlng ha genuine AJax 1 Ah let hare cured thousands and will cure you We aim a pos Â¬ itive written guarantee to effect a care CA OTQ in eacaoeeor refund the money Prloo wli U I wiper packages or elx pkgee full treatment for f20 Uy wrapper nnon receipt ot price Circular mail in made me a man ii man who was guillotined This wus taken tho instant it fell and placed upon a pivot frco to movo as it might Tho head part after n lit tlo vacillation turned to tho north and tho body then remained stationary It was turned half way rouud by ono of tho professors nnd again tho head end of tho trunk moved slowly to tho cardinal point duo north tho sumo results being repented uutil tho final arrestation of organic movement hat Dull time Ketlinf in the NKWS for Ieiutnt and- - Kliic Â¬ Are you going to get wet TELEURA1 aJax remedy co CHINTZ ROYALTY FOR CORONER vCSsiHsn S aS JOHN SPENCER Oold In Hardin County AlOULTir Within Eeven miles of the Summit gold San Francisco Chronialc mine another rich vein of gold lias been struck says tliti Ellzibethtown News and No man or woman can enjoy life or ac- Â¬ although the matter lias been kept eecret complish much in this world while suf the mine has been worked to a consider- Â¬ fering from a torpid liver DeWitts Lit- Â¬ able extent Joe Dodson a practical min- Â¬ tle Early Risers the pills that cleanse er of fifteen years experience and coming that organ quickly Shoit Ilaynes recommended by Simon Schlllto of Cin- Â¬ Â¬ Ills 07 Model Did you got a new bicyclo this yenr inquired tho nowspapor man Oh dear no replied tho artist Short 1nr S11I0 In Clovorpor Ky by Si Ilnyncn DriiffBliita CI1 lulTer I couldnt afford it I am still riding tho ono I got last yoar But I heard you speak of your 07 model Yes u novico who has begnu to poso for mo this summer Shes just Severe lleudncliea tt vounea Neiialck Why not jrcvpt It all by neil or KxhniiMlont SI liNTHOr IMIVI mlng OIMIIAIANH J1E Help that headache euro that nerrouneMi and aeaslcknesa by the ue of this Inhaler tho irreatcet rtlmalant anil preventative known wonderful re Kevrr and Ailhmu teUlTY OITHII tNllArlUC Urnnrlt llAJN M cal It It and m will alwayi D lo it If fc4 rrlt Ralkl frt aill 10 cat 84 hr KimIi YOU TRAVEL DO going to Uka a trlpl you from Are you Do Henry IV tho idol of tho French people was also n king of phrase makers Daring ono of his tours through Franco ho arrived at n small vitiligo and ordered that tho most intelligent villager bo sent to converse with him whilo he dined When tho rustio ap- Â¬ peared tho king ordered him to tako n seat opposite to him at thu table What is your name asked tho monarch Siro I um culled Guillnrd replied What is tho difference tho pouBimt said tho king between guillardio o a a jolly fellow uud paillord Siro was tho reply thcro is rako but u tublo botwecu the two 1 mm8m88ammmm BOOK KEEPINQ SHORT HAND hl EKiVAlSHir Z12 J3hil7j J f S CCCSM CSjrZr IS Who desires to better his or her condition in life should wiilc foi tho Catalogue of the CMfotgStCJfStu SSTJSS KY The Ms fJ 7- BRYANT No 4W M 400 THIItD OTItEET LOUISVILLE STRATTOW jf RATES Chicago Post fl US1UUJ UHIUCO 11MHJMS 110 111 fr cinnati has examined this mine and Hardy Nova gcotlan Fishermen spent three days in close investigation Tho great Yankee fishermen nro lie was surprised at tho richness and says mostly Nova Scotians bat tho uaptalus that it will yield not less than 75 in pure of onr fishing vessels nro as a rule gold to the ton The extent of the gold Americans hurdy self reliant qnick to vein of course like in all mines canpot think und to act aud ready for any be determined until it Is worked but his emergency Whilo tho dories aro out tho captain with the aid of tho cook han Â¬ judgment is that it will get richer dles he ship and keeps his weather eyo Mr Dodson Is now examining Summit on tho horizon If he sees danger in sky mine for Terry CundiOT and will make or sen ho sots a signal usually n bas Â¬ a report Saturday Mr Terry is receiving ket hoisted in tho fore staysail hulyards a number of letters dally from prospect- Â¬ to rerall tho dories Only too often ors In the East and other patties who are though tho galo comes up with such interested in his discovery A party from suddenness that tho dories to leeward Kansas was at the mine lost week and cannot got back A dory with tho bodiesÂ¬ moro fre of two fiBbermou in wanted to purchase au option on the quently empty or tossedit or bottom up by was refused and he went back mine This tho waves tells tho story Yet in spite to consult with other parties with the of the dangor of starvation a jug of wa- Â¬ vlow of maklrg an offer for a cash pur Â¬ ter usually constitutes all tho provision chase If the gold veins being developed aboard a dory and a compass is a raro continue to turn out as well as they are bird Gustav Kobbo in St Nicholas now doing the whole couutry will be The Teacock at Uoine swarmed with prospectors A territory Tho real homo of tho peacock or pea- Â¬ Succ Â¬ at about ten miles square from the fowl is in India There they wero and inic mine is equally as rich in thp ore aro hunted and their flesh is used for food As these birds live in tho same Running sores Indolent ulcers and region as tho tiger peacock hnutiug is a similar troubles even though of many very daugorous sport Tho long train of years standing may be cured by using tht peacock is not its tall as many DeWitta Witch Hazal Salve It soothes supposo but is composed of feathers strengthens aud heals It is the great which grow out just above tho tail and aro cnlled tho tuil coverts Peacocks pile cure Short Ilaynes havo been known for many hundred years Xhoyuro mentioned in tho Dlblo Sam Glasscocks Flyer Job mentions them and they are men ElbalxihloWD Newt tioned too in I Kings x Hundreds of years ago in Kouio many thousjud pea Â¬ Sam Gasecocka trotting horse Pen cocks were killed for tho great feasts ny is a most remarkable animal After which tho emperor rondo Tho brains driven in n buggy all the summer of the peacock were considered a great being and with o special care given him over treat and many had to bo killed for a any other roadster he was driven a half slnglo feast wlli oyer the Fair Orouid track the last ptgtit There dyo the fair In 112 With a little train Is there anything nice iu belts this of 220 lng he could eily go a mile inside inquired tho customer tcason wplied tho pretty sales Yes sir Mr Glasscock will take him to the Bards gsl iuoidontaliy blushing What town Fair iuxt week Chicago Tribune she please Â¬ Â¬ The tft I m ide-a-ia- ke White Slaves of Old UncUiid Eight hundred years ago nil of the largo cities of England had regular slavo markets for thu sulo of whito slaves from all parts of tho kingdom Iu tho Lifo of Bishop Wulfstuud tho writer says It was a moving sight to seo iu tho public markets rows of youug peo plo of both soxes tied together and sold liko cattle men unmindful of their delivering into slavery obligations thoir relatives and even thoir own chilIu another part of this work it dren is noted that theso slaves wero partio ulurly youug woman of fino proportions aud of great beauty Â¬ - inJstientr Hu lOClUi ft Bayer Should First Investigate Quality Saddled M Rule the Hooaf or Hood Steuen Onrdener an under cooko in tho Cardinal Wolfo Wohcy hys houso and nftcrwardes allowed of kyngo Hen Â¬ ry the cyght to bo a muster cooker and hys principal cooko for n longo tyine ruled tho rostc in yn kyuges houso as boldly and as saucely as hys malster dyd beforo hym as ye blowe upon his cheke that my Lorde of Warwyko guvs him may bare wytnes Spirituall Physio 1BD5 LJ 1 Ess JOHNSON T2ToUIsSiLE Ky New A Wonderful Operation In Hajn 6M as in everything else My work is all guaranteed and I will give you the old reliable HAND MADE work at tho same price as Machine work The price has not been out but remarkably Low Values are of-Â¬ fered on TEAM and BUGGY HAR- Â¬ NESS Complete Stook in every Detail Repairing a Speolalty Col Â¬ lars and Collar Pads A visit will be well worth the time SW TIm m w postal law that mk a goo J all loam of MOfMy sent is registered letters wkM Um sum U 10 or loss It new in f Petl Law PRANK HASWim CLOVERPORT Tbs Uw is a it kxI ous aal saabh yopU to pwl small Mini to any part of tfas ooaatijr with Um aatunuw that they will moi km Jut why 110 ahold JM tbs Hwlt is not mdity understood fat Mf BsMMrsfuli neuter action of tbbowU do not irri tate t insaais but Mara all thtMlkU dliMsUys or ubiaiii iMtfuit condition Try them II osaU UO UrU iwly tf V I ttutnl Hoods Pills I supposo I performed tho greatest surgical opcrutiou of tho ago remarked tho youngest doctor iu tho crowd that I wus had been swapping experiences taking a run through British Columbia on my blcyolo when I was asked to at teud u young Indian whoso stomach lind been pierced by n rivals knifo I bud uo surgical appliances but I fixed up tho cut so that tho follow wus around tho next day and is strong and healthy now aBkod nil in a How did you do It breath Well tho Indians hud slaughtered a beef that day I picked out n nice thin pleco of tripe tied a string to it cov- Â¬ ered it with tiro ccmeut shoved it through tho wound and pulled it iuto place just as if I wero mending a puno turo iu my tiro It was tho greatest Dnt tla crowd had melted nway Sun Fruuclsco Post Hie Kind to Uo With Doesnt your wifo auuoy you by ask lig question at tho Lntobull game Never Sha is ono of thoso women vho always like to let on that they Luow nil about every thing Detroit Frco Press Nothing Simpler Bobble Say pop how does a fender keep a oablo car from killing you Pupa Tlvo fonder kill you befon the car has h chance to pit ftt you my oa jomwtl New York I OIK Laundry Louisville Ky jf 4- 1 - I a 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¬ UM j0mmrmBm iBBffjTji First Class AND Work Prompt Delivery All Goods Called for and Delivered E 0 BABBAGE Xffiff3MflXKfflB rrMrMrmMMjmwmHMamMHZXMrtxjiiiiKJKMJUitiMriiniKiravri Buiy - mIM mfnm orwjfev iy mniiiiwuii ijii MR 1897 REni JUSTWEPS DIARY Life Wh a Dream Until Ul Wife Mother Came Lifa is n perfect July 16 18 dream How sweot to bavo n littlo wo-Â¬ man whom you love and who loves you I Oh bliss bllssl Tho lovo I new oloyerportv ky TO THE nr Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News 15 VAArVAAVVVWVWrVVrl GREGORY Wharfnasters CLOVERPORT Local Agenta C KENTUti SEPTEMBER AGRICULTURAL HELPFUL LESSONS FOR THRIFTY FARMERS J vvrvvvvvvwvvwwvvvvvwvvwvvvvyvvvvAvvvvvwvvwvvw I m mm nouns i OVER BAD ROADS JOLTING Tha Majority of Farmers Show No Inter In Itoad Improvement With tbo sarno pntlcucctbat tho early cottier waited fur tbo railroad to bo built mnst tbo achocntca of good roads wait for any decided notion to bo taken for tbo betterment of oar pnbllo high Â¬ ways gnys tbo Whitewater Wis Jour Â¬ nt nal For tbo last flvo years onr roada have been tbo toplo of the preeH bnt wo fail to sco tbo good elTcct that this should have bad on tbo minda of an intelligent pcoplo and strango as it may seem tbo farmers aro the very last ones with which this matter rinds any favor Whilo onr city conpins bavo long sinco protested against tbo slow unconifort ablo liorso ear and compelled tbo coin panics to bnild expensivo elcctrlo lines with palaco car we are contented to jolt along in cumbersome vehicles over nearly as bad roads as thoso onr grand Â¬ fathers traveled in early pioneer days and farmers who rend from tlmo to tlmo of the largo sums of money spent by tbo government in mnklng pnbllo improvements would voto against an equal amount being expended on our highways For n proof of this fact just sco with what reluctance most farmers work on tho rond even when well paid for their labor better paid than they often nro for tho work which they do on tbo farm and yet a greater proof is tho fact that in many of tho towns in this county they still cling to tho old way of working out road taxes by allowing a man so much for bis team plow or shovel and giving him ten hours story telling At a rough estimate thcro is between C10000 and 15000expendcd annually on tbo roads in this county If part of this largo sum of mouey was invested in machinery used in making roads and then bavo tho work dono by n body of men working under n county overseer who bad proved his ability as a road builder and civil engineer by passing a satisfactory civil scrvico examination wo could get moro and better work done Such a man could bo obtained for a modcrato salary and tho work dono would bo moro uniform and satis- Â¬ factory than that dono by pet overseers who aro appointed regardless of ability but becauso of some political pull at town meetings Of courso thcro aro exceptions to the general clnss of fanners who aro work ing and talking to tho best of their ability for good roads It is to bo hoped that success will in tbo end crown their Â¬ Tho whole world must envy mo How sweet how sweot I She delights mo every hour This morning sbo said something about hor mother coming to visit us somo time What n littlo teaso sbo is I Oh peace poacn thou July 17 Say that thing about her mother coming is no joke Let her come I will bo respectable July 18 Tho old woman will bo hero at 0 Oh well I shall treat her well for Marys sake July 10 Sho isnt m bad after all Been acting very decently all day The mother-in-lajoko July 20 Havo seen Mary but very littlo today Wonder what tho deuce tho old lady talks about to hor so much July 21 Mrs Smith must remember that I am 21 years old aud know a few things If she thinks July 22 Id like to know whose bouso this is Id liko to know who is boss Mary too can bo so confoundedly contrary If that old woman cant keep her beak out of my affairs sho can go homo Shes got to let mo alone July 16 xWt KLONDYKE hm v in vetHUfotW GOLD aw j- k Steamboat Agenttl tfay e oat feeU c Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Oil Compin of 1 rnvttt ixwXZ THOSE LUNG WORMS of Till Ailment In Sheep and Lamb anil It Cure A writor iu Tbo Breeders Gazette rlMcriLcs a tronblo auioug his sheep aa follows I would like to comnlt you abont a flock of Shropshircs that I havo Thoy aro In miserablo condition say u fourth of tho flock They aro troubled with n cough full off their bellies seem to try to reach thoir backbones but they hang on aud do not die Tho disease seems to attack lambs worso than older sheep There is some evidence ot catarrh aud a little running at the nose I am inclined to think that it is worm in tho lungs Tho sheep eat well but get no good from what they cat They havo some ticks Would you adviso that this flook bo sheared at onco dipped and treated is somo slimo In with powdors Symptom erTortB WIDE TIRE BENEFITS They Not Only Improve the Itoad but the Load I More Easily Drawn Tbo bcncilcial effect of the wido tiie on dirt roads is strikingly shown in some recent tests at tbo Missouri agri- Â¬ Â¬ la in M Cfl VI Jo otl le Ik all D01 fir sol bo wa ins Satl Mr cultural experiment station at Columbia A clay road badly cut into ruts by tho narrow tires was selected for tho test as presenting conditions least favorublo to tbo broad tire A number of tests of the draft of tho narrow tire were mado in these- open ruts aud im Â¬ mediately followed by tbo broud tires running in tho sanio ruts Tho first run of tho broad tiro over tho narrow tire ruts was accompanied by an increased draft tbo second by a draft materially UhB than tho original narrow tire tho third by a still greater decline and in the fourth trip tho rut was practically obliterated aud tilled Tbo narrow tires were then run over tho emtio road with tho results that the draft was lighter than Leforu tbo broad tires bad been Ufetd Alternating tbo broad and narrow tires on this road for n number of times resulted in a gradually decreased draft In other wordB tho broad tires wcro improving tbo road surfaco to such an extent when run but half the tinio ns to ruako tho draft considerably less for all vehicles This clearly demonstrates that if even half tbo wugous used on dirt roads had broad tires tho results would be beneficial in draft and enormously beneficial iu bettering tho condition of the roads Iu another trial when a clay road was so badly cut into ruts as to bo al most impassable for light vehicles and pleasuro carriages after running tho 0 inch tires over this road 13 times tho ruts wero complctlcy filled nud a first class bicycle path mado A careful rec Â¬ ord of the drafts shows that tbo draft was materially less than with the nar- Â¬ row tires immediately before Thus tho road would bavo been gradually im Â¬ proved by tbo use of tbo broad tires at tho tuuio tlmo tbut tho farmer would bavo been ablo to truusport his products over tho road with greatly reduced draft A Care for Bilious Colic RusouncK Ecrkvkn Co Ga I have been subject to attacks of bilious colic for several years Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarr oa Keiuedy is tho only sure relief It acts like a charm One dose of it gives relief when all other rmedles fail G D Siiaiu- - Foreale by A 11 Fisher Cloverpott and R A Hhellman Stephensport Â¬ Professor John A Craig of tho WisI will teach her consin experiment station roplies 20 I havo it July It is altogether likely that tho tron- Â¬ how to rido a bicyclot Oh foul friend blo with theso lambs is duo to tho rav I ages of the lung worm Tbo tlmo to July 27 Ha hal Fourteen falls kill this worm and it is about tho only Hurrah for July 28 Twenty six falls Gloryl tlmo that it ran be effectively killed is when it first makes Its presence Whoop July 20 Ten fallal My lifo is one known iu tho early fall mouths Angust or September At that tlmo aud just continual round of wild pleasuro after weaning a few lambs in the bunch July U0 Sprained anklol Wheel July SI Ablo to mount Tbo pain that lias boon weaned will bcromo thin and when driven a littlocough slightly sbo feels gives mo exquisito pleasuro went out That is tho time to get right after tho Aug 1 Motber-iu-laalone this morning aud was killed at worm with turpentino aud it is advisa- 1 120 by a cablo car They brought bcr bio to treat nil tho lambs at tho same homo all afternoon How sad How sad time That has been our practico and to bo cnt down in tho bloom of in wo have been successful iu bringing maturity of old age How wo shall miss tho Iambs back to n thrifty condition her particularly mo Sho took such an But if thoy aro left go until thoy reach interest in mo How often I used to tho condition described by our corre- Â¬ think about her when sbo was nway spondent I do not think that any pow from us and hopo sho was happy in her der or other remedy will be of any nso iu restoring thoir normal growth My little homo Ah me Aug 2 Remains shipped today I mlvico to our correspondent would bo to bell theso lambs for they will always had to stay at homo with Mary Ah-h-bo small and an eyesore and about Au Aug 3 Confound her old mcddlo soma soull Instead of taking hor own gust watch for tho reourrenco of this wheel that morning she had my brand trouble aud as soon as the first sympnew 1807 model uud you cant toll it toms nre noticed treat all tho lambs to Now York thrco or four doses of turpentino if from n railroad wreck that number of doses is found necessary Sunday Journal to stop tho coughing In my experience with sheep 1 havo never known n fall 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased that I havo not had soma cases of this kiud to treat nnd yet our lambs have to learn that there is at least one dread- Â¬ always turned out thrifty after tho tur- Â¬ ed disease that science has been able to pentino treatment Tho wholo polut iu cure in all it stages and that is Catarrh its uso is to use it before tho trouble Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive has advanced too far As u doso I aim to givo each lamb a teuspoonful iu thrco cure known to the medical fraternity or four times as much milk Usually Catarrh being a constitutional disease three doses given iu one weok cures tho requires a constitutional treatment most obstinate cases At tho tinio I Halls Catarrh Curo is taken internally havo mentioned sheep aro very shy in acting directly on the blood and mucous tho mattor of eating powdors and be surfaces if the system thereby destroy- Â¬ cause of this and tho effectiveness of ing tbo foundation of the disease and tho turpentino I havo always relied on giving the patient strength by building tho latter Iu regard to tho treatment of tho up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have owes for ticks I would ndvise shearing them as soon as tho weather and tho so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for lambing permits Thou after the owes and the lambs havo run together for any case that it fails to cure Send for about two weeks dip all tho lambs lists of testimonials thoroughly It will bo found that the Address CHENEY Co Toledo O ticks havo passed from tho owes to the JSTSold by Druggists 75c lambs in which caso it is only necessary to dip tho lambs Tho latter are Saved also mui easier handled than tho owes Sprockctt I was proposing to her thoroughly nud for that purposo evory How am I going to get rid of tho old July 2C I will kill her if it is the July July 23 24 Oh I am going stark ltsnwful mad their dung iero last Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FJ Â¬ when she told me that her father bad failed Wheeler What did you do Sprockett I back pedaled New York Truth Make The Most of Yourself It is the duty ot 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 hlhest usefulness without good health and lie cannot have good health with- Â¬ out puro blood Tiie 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 ecattors disease wherever it Hows Hoods Sarsaparilla is the one truo blood purifier It cures salt rheum crofula catarrh dyspepsia and rheuma- Â¬ tism because these diseases have their origin in the blood Laughter anil Insanity said a It is a very curious fact celebrated asylum doctor recently that taken us n general rule all lunatics laugh about twice as much us sauo peoplo Ouo of my worst patients at the present moment exhibited tho first signs of insanity by laughing continuously uud without stopping for over a weok It was just after a sovero illness which had been accompauied by much breeding aud feeding farm should have a dipping vat Hackney Filly Herowith is tho picturo of as neat a hackney filly as over was brought to America Sho is of mingled shado trees aud forago plants its occur- Â¬ rence ou clover particularly in tho mid dlo states being indicated iu its name of clover mito From tho United States I retotgou rather department of agriculture como some Tho pro- Â¬ hints ns to preventives otc lKcom rV loft tection of fruit trees is comparatively easy whoro tho winter is chiefly passed iu tho egg state as in Colorado or other elevated or cold dlstriotff Tho eggs may I taPPlnVehoW- - CA doe bo destroyed in winter by npplying kero s soiio emulsion to tho trees nt about twico MnCO tho ordlunry strength viz diluted with nOii f iNDi VeTiftaln flvo parts of water Suoh nn application also iu tho warmer latitudes will bo of almost equal vnluo as n protection to fruit trees sinco it will roach what egga thero may bo aud also many of tbo mites secreted in tho cracks of tho bark It is n muoh moro difficult matter to protect clover and other grasses from HAYNES tho mites except ns it may bo possiblo Sold bv SHORT to spray in winter tho trees fences eta on or iu which tho mites may bo FracMcnl Teat hibernating in tho vicinity of lawns Dom Pedro tho last emperor of Bra Their eutranco into houses in fall Ell was a man of n praotlcal turn of may bo proveuted by spraying tbo lower mind ns tho following story told of portion of the building walls etc him by n Spanish newspaper well illus- Â¬ with puro koroseuo ns often ns ncedbo trates and also gprnying tho lawns immedi- Â¬ Ho onco gnvo an nudienco to n young ately about tho building with kerosene engineer who camo to show him n now emulsion niuo times diluted Tho mites nppliauce for stopping railway engines may be destroyed nftor they havo gained Tho emperor was pleased with tho idea eutranco to tho honso by tho frco use of but wished to put it to n practical test bnhach Or pyrcthruni powder or burn said he Day after tomorrow lug brimstone havo yonr cugiuo ready Wo will have it coupled to my saloon carriago and It Saves The Croupy Children start When going nt foil speed I will Fkavikw Va Wo have a splendid givo tho signal to stop and then wo salo on Chamberlains Cough Remedy shall seo bow your iuvcution works and our customers coming from far and At tho appointed timo all was iu readiness Tho emperor entered his car- Â¬ near speak of it in the highest termp Many have said that thoirchildren would riage tho young iuventor mounted his cugiue and ou thoy sped for severnl have died of croup If Chamberlains miles ns fast as they conld go Thero Cough Remedy had not been given camo no signal and tho engineer begau Kellam Ourren The 2o and 50 cent to fear that tho emperor bad fallen sizes for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Suddenly the cngino camo to n asleep and R A Shell man Stephensport sharp curvo arouud the edgo of n cliff when to his horror ou tho track direct- Â¬ Orchard Grau ly abend of them tho engineer saw a Whenever land is onco seeded with liugo bowlder orchard grass it is likely nover after Ho had just sufficient prcsenco of to Lo entirely frco from it Orchard mind to turn tho crank of hisbnrko and grass is uu abundant seeder and somo pull tho cngiue up within n couplo of of its seeds will grow in tho most unyards of tho fatal block likely places Yet it is very far from Hero tho emperor put his head out of beiug a weed nud is very easily killed bis car window nnd demanded to know ouo plowing entirely destroying it So tho cnuso of tho sudden stoppage Tim its persistency in growing wherever it engineer pointed to tho rock nnd much has been sown must bo reckoned ono of to his surprise Dom Pedro began to its good traits ns this valuablo grass laugh probably takes tho place that wero its Pnsh it to on sido and go on ho seeds not thero to grow would havo been said calmly occupied by somo noxious weed Thcro Tho engineer obeyed nnd kicking is another fact about orchard grass that tho stone was still further astonished Â¬ makes it valuable no other grass seed to sco it crumblo into dust before him ing makes an earlier blto for cows iu It was nothing moro or less than n tho spring aud none grows so quickly block of starch which tho emperor had to tbo sizo that renders it suitable for had made and placed on tbo rails tho soiling purposes Bnt if not then cnt night Lcfore Harpers Round Tuble the orchard grass becomes dry aud Ameri waody and is a very pc or hay Easily Corrected can Agriculturist Angry Mother How darb yon tell your father that he is stupid I Qo at Nkw PaovinKNCE Tsnn Oct 27 1897 onco nud say that yon are sorry J O Mendenhall Evanaville Ind Littlo Willio Im awful sorry youre Dear Sir Please ship as soon as posstupid papa Now York Sunday Joursible i Gross of your Chill and Fever nal Cure as offered in your letter of 25th I Moments are useless if trilled away consider your Chill Cure the best in the and they aro dangerously wasted if con- Â¬ noprket Yours ReBpctfully sumed by delay in case where One Min- Â¬ V W Smith ute Cough Cure would bring immediate Short Haynes relief Short Haynes The Invariable Role The Clover Mite This mito first caino into promiuonco as an invader of house but it hud bcon known earlier as an enemy of fruit and Aiinli CtfttJSSSX- RelV 4 FIELDS The Burlington Route ithc dl rcct north west line to ScVtlc or Dealer In Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floe Ing and Celling Weather Boarding mngics turn iimo uement 1 rtff2 IStjSSeffi Ina lSrAS astt ir J Tacomrji and the direct wcitwnrd line to San Francisco en rouc to Alaska From 80 to 200 milcsnnd several hours snved by the Lur llnetons splendid nasscncr train service to the north west from S Louis Kansas City or St Joseph Pullman Sleepers nnd Free Chair Cars on all through trains Several extra steamers will sail before the season closes Ak your ticket agent for detailed information or write the undersigned L W WAKELY General Passenger Agt St Louis Mo Lathe Plaster Plastering Hair Flow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings Building Material and BANK OF HARDmSSTJIK B 7 BEARD Preildent WILL MILLER VIoe PreiMol II BEARD CasMer J H Hunsclie OW The TAILOR BEARD MORRIS ESKRIDQE R M JOLLY Y Director Will be in Clover INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSIT port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month Is jour FORTUNI YOUR TonrlmpplneM your Keep tho Hem mill Throut clear and teal hrnln lntwnyntrptnnde tout mind with CUNIIMAAN MKVrilOlIiVlIAIKUU hend itTfntnt rcllnf to mankind fiiritrs cnrua nohk Tint oat TAJIK II Tlint awful odor f Cntnrrh Casper May Co nppenri br Its ne Wonderful tint Totcr Asthma triUIVOMV JUSIIArAVN ticitUhe Is siren it ml n nit In All troub In CANNELTON IND If mtlt tnr Br IirartUu jm tint rtt It atUr lioelt MfNtfcolIt tVw 10 r Kr4 isiisus imiacu mussivH isii ijhJu HOW TO TRAVEI b Henderson Route LouiaTilUj o sw m TIME TA311 Trams leave LoaiBvllle aa follow a O B Kast S W nAILWAY Cinclnnatl and St Louis and iho West Â¬ Henduson St Louis SYy Co Ac Cincinnati Iv Ioulsvila No to 645am 11 35am No 6 893am 1155am 555pm 7 50am 15am Nc 2 Time Card In Effect June 20 97 East Bound No 41 No 41 Mo 46 lv St Luuls Hvanstiile Henderson Spottsville Owentboro Ar Columbus Ar Pittsburg Ar Washington Ar Baltimore Ar Phiadelphia Ar New York Ar Boston Nraln Nn 16 Sajpm 15am 650am n 1 lit 7 3 60 2 10 la3onn 3 copm 5 9 0 7SG4m 7M 818 U OSMni 7 38 220pm 240 Stcuhersport ImnKton Brandenburg Arr Louisville West Bound Ilanejvile CIoerport 107 1045 1112 No J7 45 37 344 440 622 603 021 745 6 03 30 328 400 4 CO Softpm 24Aam 610 625 6 67 U35pm 617 7 3U 43 hasclepant Pullman Bullet Pa Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Baltim Philadelphia and New York without change Tra n No iS has elegant Pullman Parlor C Cincinnati and Pullman Drawne room nnd di cars Cincinnati to New Yorkwilhout cnanje Train No 90 has sleepers to Cincinnati opei 9 oclock to receive passergeis St Louis Springfield and the 45 West N 8 4I No No 9 32 U52 1021 10 f 6 1068 1148 Iv Â¬ Â¬ Arrbt Louisvile Brandenbure IninEton Stephensport Cloverport Hawesville Owensboro bpotlsvile Henderson Evansville Louis 70im 861 015 961 OH 10 460pm 010 043 720 739 823pm Ar St Louis Lv Louisville No 10 a 35am 19 No 16 US5 8f4 947 10 9 05 10 1217pm 1240 7 32 1223am 12 7 8 40pm Ar Springfield 9 3 North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 s dally Charltstown accommodation leaves at j 30 p except Sunday Traina Nos 16 90 and 44 have elegant day coo Pulman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis 3onn 640pm 8 93am 71 6 115 1040 115 20 And Then Not Locally much Dicky Not till my mother saw Boston Transcript Bobby admiring tho india ink tat tooing on Dickeys arm Did it hurt Â¬ A I trains run ihrough Solid to Evansville Through parlor cars and Pullman aeepera on all traina between St Louis Ktantviile and I ouis ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvinetrn for Fordsville and Ilardinjburg dnily except Sunday It C MORDUE A C V A Louisville Ky From East 7 t n m la 15 noon 640 p a m 3 go a m From West 7 a a m 19 13 p m 6 40 pm City Ticket office coutheast comer Fourth Main streets Depot Seventh and river Ior detail information regarding rates tlm connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars 19 95 TIIAINS AKIUYE addrrss L II St L it TAKING h Fordsville Branch O S W District Pass Ticket Agent B 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CUKSSBROUC H General Passenger Agent Cincinnati C O B WAUKKL Aaslstant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati US llltOWN TIME TABLE No 10 EFFECT MAY 30 1897 To heal the broken and diseased tis sues to soothe the irritated surfaces to West Bound Trains I Hast Bound Train Dally Dally ex Sun ex Sun No 2 No 9o0am I I yiMSyMsl instantly relieve and permanently cure is the mission of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Short Haynes Dally Dally ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS No 6 Nol 1060am Lv lrvington Ar 11 25 Gartictd 1141 1147 1165 12 10pm 12 25 1235 12 65 1 05 iBp Coml YOUNG IIACKNET HABE Rufus and Denmark blood and was born and reared iu Yorkshire England Sbo won tbo first prizo for liacknoy mares under 3 yoarsoldat tho last Now York horse show Live Stock Points Tho hog comes ns uoar being useful to man iu ovcry part of him as nu animal can bo An oxteuslvo industry is carried on in making pepsin from the lining of his stomach Tho man who has tho digestion of u hog is supposed to be thoroughly well aud somo people boliove that if they swallow he extract of tho bogs stomaoh liuiug thoy will havo suoh digestion Tho quarantiuo law against Texas fever is a serious drawback to cattle Â¬ IWmil Brown Dont marry her mo boy Shes all right juRt now but shell grow up just us ngly us her mother Brown Junior Great t iotl I Ouvnor does tho flairii into apply to nu Judy Harned Hardlnlburg Junction Junction Glendcane Dempster 8 01 7 42 Safety 7S7 7 7 7 6 6 6 27 17 MARKET REPORTS Kirk Jolly 120 -- OUISVILLK KY Bep 14 1897 Bhlpperi ihould mark all ptek gei plainly with ihlppori name and poit oQct addren Choloe oonstry Medium 45 65 2 05 1 1 216 2 30 2 5 m ar PallsRough lv 605 Dempster 6 44 6 38 Ilockvale Ruth 5f0 G25 Asklaa 02 60 30 20 Louisville atitl Evancvi Packet Line Fait Mall Line Between BUTTER 11 7 ArVdvilleTv enderton Oaks Mitchell 10 5 0Cam Louisville and Evansvil STEAMERS liavff Ltltf Cant you sco Been miniu Miuiuf Yes prospectin for a lode laud Plain Dealer Buekleat Aralei Tub Best Salve in the of night Drought It Home Late Whero bavo you been until this tint Clove Salve world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe-Â¬ ver Sores Tetter Chappud Hands Chit llIns Corns and all Skin Eruptions My boy came borne from school one aud poetlvely curea Files or no pay re- Â¬ day with his band badly lacerated and is guaranteed to give perfect quired It satisfaction or money refunded Price bleeding and buffering with great pain 25 cents per box Fob Salx by A R says Mr K J Schall with Meyer Bros Fiher Drug Co St Louis Mo I dressed the wound and applied Chamberlains Pan A Ce tfateat Hog gWloo Tfcey oeght to cbanga tho name of Balm freely All pain ceased and In a remarkably tb-tyeMsaid Mr Dibbles leaving abort time It healed without elFor wounds sprain a scar wMa ft Um fcMflJcfaat table T swellings and rbeumtlffl I know of bo wny Jfa to call It Ua Klondike medicine or prescription equal to It I tiMtldoat se why I I The coMlder It a bowehohl eceaity wlwa a NMflfi for 21 a4 CO ee t ritta for sale by A It ttrta eat to bk I lute theres ae tviUug- Fltlwr Otoverport a4 K A Kliellmas -- ti uudUj t WIH- mental depression and his friends wcro so delighted with tbo upparent improve ment in his spirits tbut thoy had no idoa of tho rcul stato of affairs uutil a doctor was called in and pronounced tbo mau completely mad Laughter after u surgical oporatlon is a symptom always greatly dreaded by doctors aud nurses Tbut queer impulse to laugh which somo pcoplo oxperieuco iu tho first mo ment of a suddeu calamity U in reality one of tho sharpest warnings of iusau ity Unit any ouo could receive Homo pcoplo fall into a habit of laughing at tbelr own thoughts when alone This should bo always striotly checked as it is un unhealthy sign and may lead to brain trouble luter on Loudon Auswers Â¬ Â¬ rlt Tyeht smy Bteihiwyort Ceitalnly you dont want to sutler with Creamery 0 dyspepsia constipation sick headache KOOS 10K sallow skin and loss of appetite You Freih have nover tried DoWitts Little Early Prime white T ATQKRB gooic si RIsors for Hirst complaints or you would Mixed 12 20 Old SO 28 havo been enred They are small pills No 1 dook 25 00 but great regulators Short Haynes POULTRY Ileal per lb 6J A Oqnil Squlrter Spring Chlekeni per doi 8 Ouo of tho publlo drinking place 0 Duakt per lb 7 buyers aud shippers in the southwest erected 100 Thero aro now as many as 2600000 society isby the Philadelphia Fountain deeio per dot embellished by u rather unlquo POTATOES beeves south of the dauger lino waiting 1 per tOl 7 to go north while north of the Hue design in tho form of a mans face It Irlih La barrel new Now is rather grotesque iu appearance aud beeves are scarce Some of our soieutific 8weet potatoet per bbl 60 0 effect farmers have discovered that tho Toxas this wator is heightened by tbo fact that From itoro 2 to i eU higher comes gushing forth from the Nary Beam per buihel tho fever is duo to tho cattle tick which in K00TS fests beet animals in the south aud mouth of tbo stouo figure Two China Â¬ men evidently tho proprietors of laun Olnieug 2 40 174 southwest It has been found that dip 20 21 ping them in a preparation devised at dries stopped iu front of tbo fouutaiu Senlca Snake 11 WA aud seemed deeply Interested iu it Pink ouo of tho southoru experiment stations Yellow 20 21 They cocked their funny littlo heads to Wild Ginger will effectually destroy tho fover tick ouu sido guzed nt tbo spectacle from Lady Slipper 6 At the Fort Worth stockyards oattle every possiblo point of view and aftor May Appl ltf 2K dipping will bo gone into on a colossal Blood a moment of contemplative silonco pro2J scale so that tbo animals may be ship ceeded to pass critical judgment upon FIELD flD8 ped north all tho year Timothy ISO it Him squirtco belly good said OloTer per per baibel buihel New and economical industrial proc 4 to Yes oue replied the other Mo Orlinion Clorer per bnihel J to esses are constantly being disoovored likee havco him ail nlongeo my lauu Red Top pea buihel to M One of these Is tho invention of machin dly Philadelphia Record Orchard Uraii per buihel 1 jo ery whioh pulls the wool from sheep Blue Iran fancy pr bnihel 85 hides ns soon as the animal is slaqgh Snip II precautions often prevent great Blue Oraii extra per buihel Onion Seta Yellow pr buihel 2 ft tered aud skiuued Tho wool thus ob mlechiefs DeWltts Little Early Risers l White 3J0 tained U thoroughly oloaused and sent HID- are very small pills in size but are moat to the cloth mills while tho bides are 8tf a Vi effective In preventing the most serious Oreen rood cured nnd sent to tho leather dealers Bait U S 1SK forms of liver and stomach troubles Dry flint good Dry good It A IS Tbo trouble with a rocord is that It Thoy curo constipation and headaclm Sheep ikini IS M will not stay mado Many an athlete and regulate tbo bowels Short WOOL among men has found that out aud the Haynes Tub wwhid 38 a 27 owner of Robert J nnd G on try havo flreaie ftae 14 Q s Clearly tfareaiosabla tho pacer Joe Patcben bring it had Hurry hq 11 Citizen Bat yonro the same fellow eVrMJe home to their iniud also with bis tor etaetteaa mill H to whom I jast gave a dime 10 A ft tad 0k ttj rlflo gait of a mile in 901 J MlflOlLLAMBOUll Ragged Reube Well dye tl k I Tt4Ww m iu Fifty Ce Ufc far kin live forever on 10 as kpVew 0 M teed tobacco kbtt cure male weak York SMHty JowmI llttfMMtHMHtMl V tea tt All druggtaU Ben at ron blood put BM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a 13 8 Louisville H Louis RyCo F M E D G KAGON W A Bishop Tar Ilyan Master TIME SCHEDULE TuUIur- - Eifoct At 630 oeklc A If SandsLr Uay rfait Hound IVatni MaM A TARASCON h Fenny Matter h T Conner Fur 30 1897 TELL CITY R II Ballard Matter W B Ne bell Fut Katt Bound Train M P D Dally 7 45pm 35pm 23 STAGGS Bxpra Kxpra Dally 4 STATIONS Kxpra KxprV Dally 12 12 Dally 818 851 821 861 869 7 30m 7 41 0pm 60 6 48 63 0U 609 D18 6 2d 9 3 6 0J 63 IvUnn 8 35 8 42 9 07 9 21 Brandenburg Kkron Ouston Irvlngtort Kentucky St Weat Point Howard Wlllowdale Kock Haven Long Branch ptar 733 11604m o65 1145 651 6 43 1135 11 S8 1121 1112 11 02 10 6 41 6 34 6 2d Otl 915 669 7 07 031 9 32 9 43 0 51 101 1014 1025 1035 1043 1049 1068 11 T12 7 20 7 24 727 7 39 7 43 966 969 Lodlburg Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops SMIlman Webster 1045 1037 1024 1020 10 IS 10 OT U 618 610 613 660 630 S 18 Dally except Saturday between Loulir and Hew Amsterdam Freight shipped by tbli line delivered qui er thaq by rail Travelers will flndUhe iteamerf aro nti parsed In equip eat and accommodatlo The beat culinary are employed ai eooki he menu U equal to that of tha beat hotels General offices 176 and 178 4th Aiet Louisville D 6 42 6r4 616 I PENNY Supt O W w HITK Vt- Holt 1002 8 22 8 03 6 CO 4 49 4 40 V WlLMAMB T P A Owensboro Ky 969 9 43 9 40 9 27 751 804 827 863 Sit 818 8 33 8 42 9 05 OS 1114 1125 11 1165 9 32 12 02 1209 919 9 47pm 12 17 OSlon- - 1224 10 Mora 12 48001 918 921 925 Ham Hawesville Petrle Valcon Lewlsport Waltrasn Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlngly 917 901 9 03 8 47 8 38 864 827 818 768 Jt8 419 4 t 4W 40 li er 1146pm 30 314 8 20 313 3M 8 07 A5fA i r crAiii Qritmv Stanley 8 07 8 02 7 68 7 43 7M Worthlngton ar Keada Spoltavlllit Basaett iw JN M3 HMW 78 1 TlmJ yil Trains Not 4 and 41 make cnnoectlyWat Ir jlngton dally except Sunday with trains o aod torn HarUwWg and Pordvill Mraach Only Una rur ln Parlor Can betwei Loula tP tf4MtMMfi Aliiif Owenstwra and Henderson Vrllo t A WlftUiB MKlnn -- HCTMOKbU 4P A MiS T- - THE BRRGKENRIDGE NEWS OLOYERPORT KY Breckenridge V News 15 1807 Furniture varnish extra line Suzers WEDENSDAYHEITEMBEn Also pocket knives and shears Suzsrs Morris Beard was able to go home last l ad i Local Brevities u ij scoio ii i 1 x New Depot Through tho many efforts of Civil Engineer Hudson of the Henderson route the old depot in this city will be a thing of the past Work will be com- Â¬ menced at once The plans and specification are at his office Tho new de- Â¬ 3jc of near Mr and Mn William T Beavin pot will be built on the North side of Hardlmburg wero the gueits of tbelr daugh Â¬ the road and promises to be a cosy one ter Mra It T Polk last week Improve your eyes gt rid of It will have two waiting rooms with Miss Emma Oreenwalt after a two weeks rough grinding feeling of the lids that and modern conveniences stay with ber aunt Mrs Sam Ahl who has clear your sight by applying Suther zera been qulto sick returned home Sunday lands Eagle eye Balvo Thousands of Brick Explodes Mrs O a Warfield and daughter Miss Qaarterly meeting next Saturday and people who never had sore eyes uso it to Sunday breaching Saturday morning An explosion of a Strang character Hallle will go thli fall to Chicago to spend clear the sight and strengthen tho eyes everal montns with her brother Forreit and at 11 oclock and which the mystery has not yet been Lin Wllkenon Short Haynes And still It goes Wild Cherry Phos Â¬ solved took place Sunday at about the Mid Anna Gilflltti that beautiful and pop- Â¬ arrived ular young lady from Oweniboro hour of 7 oclock in front of Payne River News phatethe popular summer bevewg Is Monday evening Cos hardware store In front of their favorite here and Mill Orifflth will quite a Bulzors To keep out of the dust go and take a while hern be the long till tho Green Flag store stands a pilo of brick in which one guest of Dr and Mrs S S Watkins rest at the wharf Mr Chas Cottrell whose home Is at Ruiiell bargain store at Hawesvillo will be open bad been accidently knocked off by a A great many apples are beirg shipped bird to the ground no sooner had it vllle ii with bli iliter Mrs George V Short for business cf tbil city Mr Cottroll ii recognised ai a by river to the markets struck than a report followed as though The scarcity of water is the only thing some one had fired a pistol The report very fine photographer and while here will There is no complaint about business give tbe people the advantage of tome super Â¬ minds of tho Clov that is troubling the was heard some distance away and caus- Â¬ ior work tn tbat lino He bai a now procen nt the wharf everything booming erport people by which take your picture at Notwithstanding the fact that tho river ed a great deal of excitement for a wMle residence be cancalled the Bhti 1ulver your pro Â¬ It is The Green Flag bargain store Hawes is law the boats aro making their usual cess A Call vllle will sell goods at rock bottom time New Variety of Watermelon prices and special inducements for the Republicans of Breckeniudoe To the The river at this point fell G inches last buying public County In persuanco to a call of the Mr J II Weatherholt a farmer resid week and up to yesterday was slowly re What a pleaBUro watej works would Republican Committee of the Ninth ing in Hancock county brought to this coding be to Cloverport citiz ms just at this Judicial District composed of the coun- Â¬ office Saturday a new variety of water- Â¬ Ernest Gregory second clerk on the needed time ties of Breckenridge Grayson Hardin melon which in color resembles tho Tarascon has recovered from an attack of The farmer that bos a good crop of to- Â¬ and Meade you are notified to meet in pumpkin This is the first ever attempt- Â¬ hay fever ed to raise in that county and a number bacco will realin a pretty fair price for mass convention in HardinsburgKyon Capt F M Ryan of the Ragon is still Saturday Sept 25 1807 at 1 oclock p m of persons in tho city while Mr Weath Â¬ it this season never in of sending delegates to erholt was showing It doubted it being as handsome as ever and has Tbe prices on our double barrel shot for tho purpose his life enjoyed better health guns are knockers Dont you want one the district convention which meets at ono Tho growth of this melon is rather There is something near 100 barrels of West Point on Tuesday Sept 28 1897 at peculiar the first approach of the vine Sulzjrs cheap from the Ohio at the 1 oclock to nominate candidates for Cir- Â¬ from tho bill is of a golden color and water a day taken Mr Court P Babbago left yesterday cuit Judge and Commonwealths Attor- Â¬ levy to supply the demand in this city then turns to a greenish cast The melon for Louisville where he has accepted a ney Allen R Kincheloe Chrrnn is itself green hut when maturing turns The following steamers are now runwith a saddlery firm position Clint P Hook Secretary to a golden color Tha seed were pur- Â¬ ning in this trade from Loulsvlllo to Uncle Ned Sweeney well known in Hardlnsburg Ky Sept 0 1897 chased in Wisconsin Mr Weatherholt Evansville Tarascon Ragon and Rose this city died last week in Owensbore sent for fifteen seed which cost him fif- Â¬ Illto He was quite old y of pneumonia teen cents He made tbreo bills and Overcome With Heat The boats have discontinued to land at The Louisville conference will meet Word came to this city Sunday at from tho planting realized two melons Tobinsport on account of low water All In Ilenderson Wednesday Sept 22nd noon that Mr Morris Baard cashier Tho meat of this melon is perfectly red mail and freight to that point are trans- Â¬ Blihop A W Wilson will preside ferred from the wharf by ferry of the Bank of Hardlnsburg was in a and the flavor is said to be excellent Â¬ The closest study in all the art of pic-Â¬ serious condition from a sevore sun The melon can be seen in one of Bab The steamer Burnslde which has been running in the Kentucky river trada ture framo making wo study We have stroke at the residence of Mr and Mrs bles show windows Sulzera passed down Sunday morning to take A B Skillman Probably an hour prenice selection of moulding The Bicyclists Best Friend is a fa- Â¬ Next Sunday will bo MIssionarv day vious he had been Bitting on Hon D miliar name for DeWitts Witch Hazel the steamer Rose Hites place in the Owensboro and Evansville trade The Will R Murrays front porch apparently in Salve In the Methodist Sunday School always ready for emergencies Roso Illto will be put in the place of the perfect health Medical aid was imme- every one please bring a contribution Â¬ While a specific for piles it also instant- Tell City running from Loulsvlllo to condiQualities we maintain first last and diately summoned and found his tion to be alarming The supposition is ly relieves and cures cute bruises salt Evansville all tbe time low piicea amount to naught excessive heat and the walk to rheum eczjma and all affections of the unless the principle is carried out 8ul that the Blue Bells vs Clovcrports Mr Skillmans was due to his being skin It never falls zsra Mr Beard has greatly imovorcomo That game of ball Saturday between The News has established a want proved and his many friends will be The Sick the Cloverport club and the Bluo Bells column all ads coming under tho head glad to hear that it will only be a few Robt B Pierce is having chills was not what it should havo been For of For Sale Lost Found ect will be days until he can resume his duties at Mrs Alfred Oelxa was taken ill Satur- Â¬ awhile every indication was presentable charged onn cent for each word tho bank for the visiting club to go away with the day The visiting Our method our sale and our bona Â¬ Mr Frank Fralz was qulto sick Mon best honors of tho season Two Weddings fide money saving inducement look up V club out batted the home club but good day eyening fielding was done on both Bides In the tho intelligmt and economical public TTbero will be two weddirgi in this Zich Hardin who has had typhoid town to day Mr Emmett Gregory will like a life boat to a shipwrecked sailor sixth inning the home boys had to their is very much improved wed Miss Mary Lallolst at tho Method fever Sulzera credit 5 bcohb while tho Blue Bells had Tom Pauley of Holt has a severe case 16 The home boys feeling that this ist church at 0 oclock They will take The pleasure of the arrival of the even- Â¬ of typhoid fever would not do did some excellent playing ing mail grows dally If you have a the train for Louisville and from there Mamie McGavock is confined to his and in the last half of the eighth had they g to the Nashville Exposition friend you desire to meet just call at the 11 ecoros to their credit The boys wero Mr Charles Wendelkin to Miss Sallie bed with typhoid fever post at 739 and the chances are 10 to 1 Daniels at her home on the hill at 0 30 Henry Wright after a lingering strug Â¬ unable to score in their half of the ninth that person will be there They go to Nashville via Hen Â¬ gle with typhoid fever has fully recov- Â¬ and the Blue Bells won the game by the V B Bnrton candidate for Sheriff is a m scoro 17 to 11 Notwithstanding tho exnursing a sore foot caused from the dyo derson Rev S G Shelly will officiate ered at both It Is no use for us to say that is quite ill at her cessive heat tho dust and all a goodly of a black hose SeveraLphysicans have Mrs Fletcher Pauley Â¬ examined his foot and all pronouueed wo wish there blushing blooming young- home in Holts bottom with typhoid number turned out to witness the game sters a happy life for we do The bright- fever Everyone present grow more enthused it to be a peculiar disease est gems of which a happy weddod life over the game than any previous one of Greenville who is here agents for the is Bishop Rice Gregory Co are local so full can be theirs if they so will that has been played at the park winter with his aunt Mrs Tenriosaee Poplar Lumber Company and Our advice is for them to keep In love to spond the is quite ill of dressed poplar keep in stock all kinds each day each hour and tho more they J A Barry Window and door frames love the happier they will be umber Mrs A B Skillman still remains quite made to order on short notice ill but there is a noted change for the Co Irvington are seling Death of Two Old Citizens better Her many friends trust that she Shellman the remnant of tho Marshal stock at very For Infants and Children Robert Payne residing about four will Boon bo able to be about again reducod prices They want to close it miles east of Hardlnsburg died last week Land Stock and Crop Til faj- si all out and renew it with a big push Mr Payne had been in feeble health for ten ivirr Berry Macy sold to I II Meyer 400 See their ad and prices stock sometime and death was the result of old of land on Dorretts croek for A difficulty took place Monday night ago and a general giving away of his acres 1000 on Sulzera corner between Leo and John physical forces He was In his eighty FALLS OF ROUGH Brown both colored in which the form fourth year Mr Payne has been a resi Shelly Trpllett living near Rosotta has er Bhot the latter through the back and dent of Ihe county many years and has 2 acres of tobacco for which ho refused reared a large family He was a mem Â¬ 250 cash in the hand He will likely recover Mrs Charlie Gross has beon visiting her parents Oscar McGavock one of Breckenridge ber of the Lost Run Baptist church His Nobo Pate Bold In Louisville last week countys prosperous farmers was in the remains were interred at the old Scott Mrs Chamblisa has beon vjry ill but 1200 of cattle hogs and sheep and made she la much better at this writing He said his tobacco crop burying ground attonded by a large concity Monday unapt friends good money on tho sale He came home of about eight acres has been damage Tom Butler of Shreve lost two very feeling very good thank you from the diouth and jie had very little fine work mules with the colic recently r Nelson Claycomb Srrone among cut and housed over nail o it He Is the oldest cltlzensin the county died at Little Misses Mamie and Jessie Stone Fiank Dean of Glendeane sold last well pleased with tha quality his home near Irvington last Friday at week to the Cincinnati Cooperage Com Â¬ visited their aunt In Ohio county last Nelsoa Miller after riding pver a the ago of 87 He was born in this coun Â¬ pany ICO acres of timber lamd The sale week greater portion of the county in search ty in 1811 and has lived here all his life was consummated through Oscar Hay Mao Pdyton went to Bewleyvllla to of ono of his cows that had strayed away He raised a large family of children was nes their agent visit relatives and ruturod home real without any result came to the Nsws very popular and loved by all the neigh Â¬ sick oftc and Inserted an ad at a cost of borhood His funeral was preached at The Nkws met a Bullitt county farmer The section boss Mr Adams and his twentyflve cents On the following day the Bethel church last Saturday by the the other day who waajn floe spirits young wife will go to housekeeping next Rey O W St Clair After the funeral afyer the ad had been Inserted a mia He said he had jiut sold 1000 buehele oJ euw ri dirg up to Mr Millers house services at the church his remains were corn at 30 cents at bis crib For this vreek taken in charge by the masons and laid Mra Minor and Miss Halts of Louis Â¬ wltW Urn eew which answered to her to rest under tbe touching and Impres Â¬ same corn said he six months ago I mi ttaKflptton This U ctrUlaljr proof sive obscquiw of that order Mr W J offered 15 ceaU Beeidee 1 have In 65 ville who have been sojourning at the Graysoo Springs during the hot wdather MC mikUtftt ilt Nkws k Ut pylng llggott master of the Bewleyville lodge Â¬ were the gueata of Col Green laet week PmmUoju hi BweViudg i county and performed tbe ceremony In a most beau A large tiful and iniBrMlve manner Bro Gundlff and feuillyluivi gone to liktwiM njr th hum tw m4 of crowd of relative and friend were waepaa Hardin ooanty to yWt tbelr eon They preeent the adjoUiac ooudUm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fishing Is getting good Wood Bottom chair scats SuzarV Trices tbat are n revelation Suteere Box color paints all colors Snzers Clara Dyer Is slok with remittent fever Tho wator supply In this city la almost exhausted A jrHxldcnl of sickness Btill prevails In this city Shelby Conrad has accepted a position with the Fair Despite the drouth tho farmers are cutting their corn Charley Maltlngly Is the owner of a brand new phaeton Dr James T Owen is building an ad Â¬ dition to his residence Summer stuff to piece out the hot Sep tember days Sulzera Read Frank Ilaswells ad Something in store for you farmers There Is a good deal of sickness throughout the county Mend your own shoes Stand and 3 lasts only 25 cents Sulzera Your attention is called to I H Doweeses ad on the 0th prg Mrs Duncan mother of J L Duke is dead She was 73 years old Vhon you are looking for a wedding prrsmt seoour line Suzr8 A little ten months old child of Mr and Mrs J 0 Tinlus died last Friday Crude Carbolic acid only 25 cents per gallon Its a iluo disinfectant Sul Â¬ night Tho gold fevehas taken 22000 people to Alaska Try the value ot our want column only a cent d word A cent a word will be charged for all ads inserted in onr want column Pftforn to the wife of John Morris uregory ounuay a nuo neaiuiy uoy Save U S broad tickets A good bread knife given away jflth every CO tickets Farmers if you have a horse mulo or cow strayed away advertlso in our want column at the rate of one cent a word Mr John C Jarboe has rented tho dwelling lately vacated by Mrs Geo W Jordan He will movo his family there sometime this month The second gathering of the veterans of Murray Post G A It No It was held Saturday Sept 11 the occasion being a freo dinner spread to all soldiers There assembled nearly 100 and all spent a most pleasant time This will be the last meeting for quite a while Thero is a young girl whose name we with hold and llvts in this city evident- Â¬ ly has a bright future in store for iter She is talented pre posessing and gifted with a strictly charming voice She comes from a prominent family and it the proper training is given her before it is too late will as a singer etrike the keynote to success Â¬ r Monday Purely Personal 1 F 1 acres that will make 75 bushels to the acre for which I refused 35 cents In the field Dick Hardaway bought lost week from Henry Kurtz Wobstor 18 head of steers averaging 1000 pounds at 3 and 3 Tay- Â¬ lor Dowell 11 head at 3 John Wimp 4 head nveraging 1300 at3j J L Henry 20 head for November delivery nt 4 cents Nobo Pato bought of Lata Miller 13 head sheep at 3 per head John Mc- Â¬ Gavock 14 head lambs at 2 CO John Hlnton 14 head owes at 3 Mlko Rear don 14 head mixed nt 2 CO Sam Muffet Mondty Jamei Fiiher went to Loulivlllo Jamei llojd of Heniltrion wni In the city Frail Ferry ion of Mr la In the city anil One box of Tutts Pills will save many dollars in doctors Tjills They willsurcly cure alldiscases of the stomach liver or bowels Save Your Money READ M RESULTS during of our impatience to reduce stock For sick headache dyspepsia No Reckless Assertion Ferry Mn Mr and Mra Morrli Heard burg were In the city Sundajr of Hardlni Mra J D Dabbage and ohtldren bate re Â¬ turned home foin Urandenburg Mlia Bella Druco Dojd la flatting her grand parenti Mr and Mn Alex Jlojd Mr John llaattett of Irvington was the 13 head mixed at 2 gueit of Mill Htella Mullen Sunday The News is in receipt of a letter from Chaa P Dabbage with the American Gro- Â¬ O Vic Robertson of Glendeane stating cery Company wai In the city Monday Â¬ A M MoCracken Superintendent of the that tho month of August was tho ban ner month in tho way of purchasing and Henderson route waj In the city Monday I shipped Jamei FUher went to Oweniboro Saturday shipping cattlo He says and aold 30000 brick to partlei In that ely during tho month of August 28 loads of In the Mill Ora Leigh of Paduoih arrived In the stock at a cost of nearly 18000 city yeiterday to be with Mill LaFayette La way of loads this exceeds any month llolit since lvobeen In tho business but on Mill Iloia IUedel hai been ipendlng a few account of a great portion of them being at tbe weeki with Mr and Mn Alex Heron sheep the total of dollars will not reach cottage Mra Jamea T Drown of Loulitllle arrived that of some months previous to this 30 head Friday to be the gueit of Mr and Mn J T Ills purchases were as follows 1attcnon of feeding cattle averaging 1023 pounds Harney Squtrei an J daughter Mill Vera of from L Green at 3Jc per pound 40 Hardlmburg were In tho city Wedneiday head from W R Moorman averaging bopping something near 000 pounds for 1200 Mill Stella Mullen returned home Satur Â¬ day from Heodenun where the oaa been tbe 10 head from Geo Lyddan Wobster weighing 1100 pounds for November de- Â¬ gueit of frlendi Mn J A Murray ion John Allen and livery at 3 c 12 head from Albert Beau daughter Donald are vlilting relatlrei In champ Falls of Rough same delivery at Urandenburg 3 GO per hundred He further Bays that E Uaker wai In the city Monday returning there are fewer sheep in this county from latestillo to hit home at Sample He than has been for years but what are pent Sunday there leftaro strictly god and rated at high Mr and Mn Robert It Oelie after a weeki prices He purchased Saturday Sept 11 itay with relative and frlendi at LettchQeld have returned home Son 45 high grade from W J Dean Mn Alex Bullitt and daughter Mill steers averaging 1120 pounds at 3c Annie of Louisville it with her lister Mn Will Miller 15 weighing 1005 pounds for Malcolm Bullitt at Fort Hill TUTTS Liver PILLS malaria constipation and bilio- Â¬ usness a million people endorse invoice a brief telling of the way things are selling TlKZm 1 1 1 To be Found on Remnant Counter 4 yards or Blue Henrietta Cloth worth 3 today 140 5 yards or Pea Green Albatross worth 250 today 125 3 yards or Henrietta silk warp 44 Inches wide worth 2 25 now 05 3 yards or All Wool Henrietta 45 inches wide worth 50 now 100 41 miy Btay two weoks Mrs CundlfT we aro sorry to learn Is in very poor health Another Grayson county couplo ran away and got married Tho lover stole his sweet heart from tho school house and successfully carried her off in do fiance of tho teachers commands and hot pvrsult of the irato father Miss Mercer of Custer and Miss Lucy Clarkson of Big Springs wero guests nt the parsonage last week Thoy camo down to help Bro Cundlffln a big protracted meeting lately held at Concord Â¬ yards or Skirt Flannels worth 125 now 90c 3 yards or Skirt Flannels worth 120 now 00c 3 yards or Skirt Flannels worth 30 now 05c 3 Novelty dress goods worth 100 now G5c 2 yards or Outing Cloth dark green worth 90c now 45c 100 GJ yardsof Tan Serge worth 3 50 now church Grayson county They preached 1 pair Game Pictures frame in Pictures and Mouldings two nights hero on their return Bro oak very fine for dining room Hawkins of Louisville was also a par- Â¬ Never ceasing styles in Picture worth 3 00 the pair this week ticipant in the meeting and a guest of Moulding keeps us hustling to keep 200 Bro Cundiff up with it but in the front row of One lot of Pastel Pictures fram Â¬ the latest style- - ycu will find us ed in green and gold good sub- Â¬ HOW TO FIND OUT Inunduiiatbd a pretty steel jects well worth 125 going to etching framed in oak worth 150 close them out at 85c Fill a bottle or common glass with this week 100 urino and let it stand twenty four hours High Art Pictures Tiik Lokds Piiaykii gold back- Â¬ asedlmont or settling indicates an un- Â¬ ground printed in S colors framed Steel engraving taken from na- Â¬ healthy condition of tho kidneys When in gold 20x24 worth Idyl Happiness 125 this ture entitled urlno stains linen it is evidence of kid Â¬ week St Johns At the Spring 99c also a Family Record ney trouble Too frequent desiro to with The openings for pictures same Bath Judgment of Paris urinate or pain in the back is also con- Â¬ price They arc right up to date Sirens vincing proof that tho kidneys and blad Â¬ der are out of order no WHAT Thero Is comfort In the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kelmers will to to Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfils every wish in relieving pain in the bock kidneys liver bladder and evory part of the urinary passages It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding palu In patslng it or bad effect following uso of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being com- Â¬ 1 pelled to get up many times during the night to urinate The mild and tho ex Â¬ traordinary effect of Swamp Root is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of tho mott distressing cassee If you need medicine you should havo tho best Sold by druggists price is near This season I have purchased a large assortment fifty cents and one dollar You may of SCHOOL SUPPLIES Come and sec them havo a sample bottle and pamplet both sent freo by mall Mention the Biikck KNitmaK Nkns and send your address to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this offer to Many good values are being culled from be It our stock your interest come and seeVVirir J School Time Have you seen AMON M KIOCIIELOE rVW t Our pretty line of BOX WRITING PAPER Call and Examine before purchasing It will be to your interest WANTS ASSIGNEKS I jt Ilardinsburg Miscellanenut smalt nilvcrtlwnentj Wanted Knr Sale Lost Kuund Etc intertei under this head at the uniform rate ot one cent a word each insertion SALK On Friday Sept 17th I entire stfick of Dry Goods Gro Â¬ ceries Notions etc at Clifton Mills at cost V G llAmtAGK Assignee From the stoilc pens at Irvington a IOST cow five years old underbit in each pale ear dehorned The finder will please write NOAH IATK at Mattingty Ky and be rewarded 100000 poles and hoips hickory hickory and oak tierce and pork Kor furiner infi rmttfrn apply to CHAS MAY West end Iron Ilridge Cloverport Ky WANTED syrups I I DONT FAIL I Mule Show I SatI TO COME TO THE SALK Good young mare three years next spring guaranteed perfectly sound Will sell ch an or trads for good milch cow Address MAItlON WltATHKIlilOIT Cloverport Ky it at my place 1 1 4 miles south- - JOll east of Rhodelia - SKALKD IIIDS wlllbererelted by inc for a bridge over Tar lork Creek near Pisgah church in this county untill the Sth day ot Oct 1897 Sid bUs to be opened at the October term of the Fiscal court and to be subject to the order of that court for acceptance or rriection Plane aid Specifications on file in the County Judges office m Hirdlusburg u m JM11U1 uomm llardiniburg Ky Sept and 1897 4t QUIIUU SALE There w II be a public sale f J the effrctscf the late lleavln Tucker at Ste pnensport Wednesday Sept Is consisting of Household and Kitchen Furniture Farming in pie ments 3 head of Mules one twohone Wagon Harneisanda lot of Stock Hogs liar and liar Kixtuns Corn Oats llaiber Char and Iixtuies Terms of sac mide known on dav of tale JOHNSON STILES Admr It 1 I JCi Saturday September 18th RHODELIA KY s -- W L BURCH 1 5 s and stramhoats make special freight rate on fruit Addrths Illue Grass Canning Company Owens- boio Ky Wantbd 5000 bushils peaihes ot all kinds uuucii uiiiuii wcuu ruuiyio ui feline jou have to sell 1repay charge all rallroids I 8SsX THE WERE IN For the Fall Trade with the Largest UN RACE ont buildings or less with almost the llock Lick For further Two lots with two good frame houses and other Ihe lots contain three acies more orchard and fine water Wilt sell at buyers price They are situated at Ky and known as Mortons old stand particulars address M I bTEVENS Glendeane Ky Freshest Fall Stock County Ever shown in the Ilr IWI1I III 1I1IWI UaasWH Allium Why aft A 1 1 1 U 11 k M ttcnlaraaent IllKM nMWOOLLKYMD u oiiico 101 N 1ryor Hi You Philter ITabttl cured at homo vrlU out pain Book of par Fall Clothing Shoes Hats Notions in Large Quantities and Positively the Handsomest Styles and Best Qualities for the money that ever filled our shelves Rent When Can Own fc CASTOR1A You rent year after year and havo no f8rm when you get through The land- Â¬ lord has your money and the farm at tho We offer you Ohio nnd of the ypar River Bottom land in Italian county one of the best counties in Kentucky on the Fall Dress Goods Dry Goods IRVINGTON ss Our line this Season Surpasses that of any former season in Elegance and Value ollowlngreasonable terms Â¬ 50 acres at 1400 per aero Cash First Year C0n per acre Second Year 100 per acre Third Year 2 00 per aero Fourth Year 2 60 per acre Fifth Year 3 00 por acre Sixth year ft 00 per aero SIX VKAJt ILAN 700 00 6000 2300 6000 10000 12500 150 00 200 00 700 00 WE BROWN bt zmZ wroaFtXA This land produced the nast season of 80 bushels of corn per aero and 5 acres of Early Roso Potatooa produced 2000 huihels or 100 hushnls to tho acre 10 acres of Yellow Prior Tobacco made an ayerago of 1200 lbs to the acre which brought in th market 5 for leaf and lugs acre ot late cabbago brought M sold at Cairo You can raleo twice as much on a good bottom farm as in the hills and your laira dont wash away or wear out There has been no drouth in Dallard county this year and the crops are splen Â¬ did They are good every year We have good farms tor tale on long time at bargains in Dayless Ohio and McLean counties cheaper than anyone Wo will exchange else will sell you anv farm We have for others For plat and further particulars apply to I tamcMAN IiTfLK over Dank Com mrc or I lean A Williams 214 Third SUwt Owensboro Ky 1800 Total cost ot 50 acres Flowers Bloom and jxxxl 4- m fade away But we sell FRESH Grocer- Â¬ ies every day 3J1SJ rV Facts Weve got a kind of Grocer- Â¬ ies that we cant KEEP the People WILL buy them BvXfll GREGORY GIBSON f r HTTPT THEl Breckenridge Kews WKDNE8DAY SEPTEMBER 15 1897 33RBXOKBLNRHDQBL McQUADY NBW8 OIxOVEtRFQRT KY Hopeless Life To The I tako this method of an Gintikmen nounclng to you my reasons for not being engaged in tho canvas I am detained at homo because of the sickness of my wlfo who has typhoid fever I am very respectfully Eliriia AsiicnArr Democrats of the Tenth Senatorial District BnANDENnuro Ki Sept 4th 1897 ANNUAL MEETING Of thcStockhodcr of the Louisville Henderson St Louis j V Railway OLD DIRECTORY RE ELECTED Business Satisfactory and Many provements Im- i The stockholders ol the Louisville Hendtroon and St Louis railway held their annual meeting yesterday in the offices of the company in the Columbia building Col Attilla Cor President of the road submitted his annual report which showed that the road is in splen did physical condition and that the ton Â¬ nage for the past year lias been very large With his report he submitted the report of Mr R N Hudson the Chlel Engineer showing the improvements made during the year The Engineers report is as follows Cloverport Ky Sept C 1897 Attilla Cox President L II and St L Railway Louisville Ky Dear Sir The follow irg Is a report of the principal work that has been done from August 31 1890 to August 31 1897 One million two hundred and forty thousand feet of timber has been used in renewing trestles platforms cattle guards and stock pens Four old turn- Â¬ tables have been replaced by new ones A new steel viaduct with stone masonry foundations has been erected at Otter creek New depots hate been built at Addison and Powers One and one half miles of new fence have been built and many old ones repaired About 4000 feet of piles have been driven In trestles About ten miles of gravel ballast and one mile of rock ballast has been put under the track and 89700 new ties One quarter of a have been put in mile of new rails and many new frog and switches have been used A good gravel bed has been purchased and a track 2200 feet long laid into it A great many narrow fills have been widened and a quantity of ditching done Allot the damage caused by the hard rains and high water of early spring has been repaired The buildings are all in good repair except the freight office at Henderron and depot at Cloverport The road is now in better condition than it has ever been Yours respectfully It N Hudson Chief Engineer The income account for the past two years is as follows REVENUE Â¬ June Ey6 f June t 1895 to 1897 to June 30 Pauerc Freight Mail r f477i33 30294241 7773 7 June 30 1896 1171230 16 300312 52 Kxpieis Miscellaneous 1441500 1907 57 517894 1592300 4108 c6 JC6764 73 EXPENSES Maintenance ol way and structures Maintce equipment Conducting tranipor- 179313 71 l447J 07 i 15907 26 347 01 4138198 21954101 21121 59 136355931 latcn General expenses 19716137 373 I3S153387 11513086 Nil revenue Interest 011 Jul 33376 CHARGES funded iltbt Ibises 037J r 1300000 0437SOO Surplus Kalloof epnes lo revenue 1688 71 9PrCt 751 1rCt This statement shows thaj the road has been operated more economically 74 during the past year than during the year before The statement of earnings for July and August of the new fiscal year which began July 1 is especially fine The es timated gross earnings are 43132 79 operating expenses 31708 51 net 11 84 28 for August Gross earnings 51 071 15 operating expenses 33000 net 1807145 business The excursion train to Louisvillo last Thursday took twenty soven passengers from this place Peath our dears st Ilea ran sever Ball Take our loved ones from our side Frank who have lately pur Â¬ ir them from out homes forever chased a new clover huller will begin Oer the dark colj river tide work this week A Fit END Mr and Mrs Jas Harris Clover Creex were guests of Mr and Mrs Milton Coke Dr Hells Peppermint Chill Tonic is a perfect liver laxative anti malarial and Thursday night Mrs Owen Rice Tar Fork was here blood purifier Removes biliousness without purging Cures chills and makes Thursday visiting her parents Mr and the complexion good Guaranteed by Mrs T J McQuady all dealers Short Haynes Little Vernon Sapp who has been suffering for some weeks with a broken DUKES limb is about well again Master Alvin Bowman Kirk came Mr Willis Clark is on the sick list this down Friday to see his grandparents Mr and Mrs T J McQuady week Mr W A Bates who has been very The light showers Sunday helped to- Â¬ seriously 111 with typhoid fever is up bacco some Mr Bates is quite an old man Mr Husk and daughter Miss Tills aro again and his many friends were very doubt- Â¬ visiting relatives here this week ful of his recovery Springs and wells are failing and un- Â¬ What a pitiful howl was that which less It rains soon water may be hard to went up from Ekron last week What get In many places Re-Â¬ do the Popocrats want anyway There will be about one half crop of publicans and gold bugs cannot insure tobacco one third crop of corn sorghum good crop of wheat to any man nor one third late potatoes a failure in this a have they ever before to my knowledge neighborhood been requested to do anything of the Rev Morton of Patesville preached a kind Perhaps that man referred to splendid sermon Friday night at the only sowed a few acres of wheat and O P church there was n good crowd did not try to raise any for market out to hear him Ekron is singularly silent on that point Cutting tobacco will be in order this but anyway tho present Administration week A great deal of tho tobacco in cannot bo blamed by any sano man If this section is tho honest tobacco too that is all the Popocrats have to say honest to be huDg against Republicans and gold bugp Oh discontented man never satisfied perhaps it would pay them as well to when it rains a little too much he grum- Â¬ talk about something else for a while bles when Its dry and hot he grunmbles for of course they must talk There are and some go so far as to raise sand after not many unredeemed promises to be getting defeated in an election laid at the door of the Republican party for that institution does not deal In empty promises Nay verily it was the Popocrat who talked loud and long dur the last campaign reciting the bitter wrongs of the farmer My dear friend we have not forgotten those old argu- Â¬ ments The farmer was being robbed of his honest earnings prices of farm produce were declining all the time and would coutinue to decline under the In fact the despicable gold standard It matters not front what cause the farmer was literally hting crushed out of blood becomes poisoned it is impossiexistence and nothing but free silver ble for the doctors to effect a cure could save him Free silver would give This class of disease has puzzled the good science or medicine lor ages and the us dollar wheat and every other Well wo have same treatment that was employed thing under the sun centuries ago is now prescribed Pot Â¬ not had free silver and please God we ash and mercury are the component parts of every doctors prescription never will but we have had dollar wheat and a corresponding rise in the for diseases of the blood Many of the so called blood puri- Â¬ price of all farm products thus realizing fiers are based on potash and mercury the brightest dreams of the Popocrats In fact S S S Swifts Specific is And now Ekron comes to the front with the only blood remedy that is guar- Â¬ anteed purely vegetable and is the the absurd request that the Republican only one that contains no harmful administration furnish the farmei with ingredients S S S is the only blood wheat to sell when he fails to raise it remedy that cures real blood diseases obstinate cases that physicians and for himself Ekron please be a little other remedies have failed to cure more reasonable tn your demands Lay It never fails to cure a blood disease aside your prejudice and acknowledge no matter how deep seated theca t that the wave of prosperity the only thing wo Republicans ever promised is really sweeping over our broad land driving before it the bitter burdens of want and privation under which we have groaned for four long and dreary years and leaving behind a smiling land of happy homes whose inmates in their renewed hope and contentment are rap Â¬ idly forgetting the dark days through which they have so lately passed Long live our graud and glorious McKinley protection prosperity and the gold stand- Â¬ ard 1 Noralt Patterson Daughter of Robert and Mary Patter Â¬ son died at her home In Cannelton Age 17 years 7 lad Sept 6 1897 months 25 days Norah was a pure Christian girl hav Â¬ ing made a profession and joined the Methodist church while young a faith ful daughter and a kind and alTecllonato sister her llfo had been one Bhort com- Â¬ munion with her Savior and she has but Bono to join him we feel assured she has a homo beyond tho skies Truly wo livo In a world whero solemn shadows aro continually falllLg upon our path shadows that teach us tho insecurity of all temporal blessings and warns us that here There Is no abiding star Wo have however the blessed satisfaction of knowing that death cannot enter that sphere to which the departed are remov Â¬ ed All that was mortal is chaDged now and clouded forever but how great is your comfort father and mother in the well grounded assurance that the Good Shepherd who Careth for his flock has taken the gentle lamb into his own fold Think what is loss to you is to him unspeakable gain Â¬ Gloomy Satur Â¬ J day W Pale went to Glendeane Satur Â¬ Milton Coko went to Fordsvlllo day Hob Frank has been quite sick for a few days N McMercer Hardlnsburg was In our midst Saturday Mrs Payne Dry Valley is tho guest of her brother Austin Brown The protracted meeting at Jollys Bchoolhouso has been posponded Miss Ada Cooper Uniontowu is with her cousin Mrs Nelson Jolly this weok Mrs Ermine Young Louisville is visiting relatives in this neighborhood Ten converts were baptized at Goshen Sunday Tue meeting is still in pro- Â¬ gress Met srs Floyd Lewis and Oscar Buch Hardlnsburg wcro hero Saturday on For nearly flvo years I suffered with nnevero case of stomach trouble 1 had pnlns In my stomach and bowels so that I could not stand or work without great suffering Myappetlto was very poor and when I did cat anything I was shortly afterwards seized with vomiting spclla I could not rest at night and felt lamo and tired all over I becamo nervous and had My llfo seemed no energy whatever My husband ad Â¬ gloomy and hopeless vised mo to tako Hoods Sarsaparltln as he had been taking it with great beno med I began taking it and tho first bot- Â¬ tle did mo a great deal of good I con tlnued with it regularly and have now almost fully regained my natural weight and am doing nearly all my housework Mrs Rinoa Crocker Gladstone Ala My blood was out of order and I had no energy After taking two bottles of Hoods Sarsaparllla I felt better than for MARIOH W 8M1TII Colllns a year vllle Alabama Hoods Barsaparillais sold by druggists 1 six for t5 Bo sura to get Hoods Public Intomnl Pnlno Lnmo Tlrod Ner Â¬ vous EvoryBnd Symptom Cured by Hoods Sarenpanlln l 897 rvirvovcccccc THE J1897 DAVIESS COUNTY FAIR TO BE HELD Tetter Sait illicum and Eczema Tho Intense Itching nnd smarting inci- Â¬ dent to theso diseases is instantly allayed by applying Cliarnuerlains Eyo nnd Many very bad cases Skin Ointment have been permanently cured by it It Is equally efficient for Itching plica nnd a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronio soro oyes 25 cts per box just what Dr OCTOBER 5 I 6 7 f 8 and 9 C5 v s Cnds condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They nro not food but medicine and the best in use to put a Price 25 horse in prime condition cents per package Condition Powders nro n horse needs when in bad OWENSBORO KY Dr H TODD President F T GUNTIIER Vice Prest P T WATKINS Treasurer C OPPIOEBS J BIG SPRING Spcaklax the candidatea on the Citizens and Republican ticket for the various county offices will speak at the By agreement following times and places Custer Thursday September IS Hudsonville Friday September 17 Garfield Saturday September IS Hardlnsburg Monday September 20 McDaniel Tuesday September 21 Glendeane Wednesday September 22 Rock vale Thursday September 23 Balltown Friday September 24 Cloverport Saturday September 23 McQuady Monday September 27 Speaking to begin at 1 oclock Mike Miller CD C C R II McMullkn C P P C C Allen R Kikchelok C R C C 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 The distinguished New York chemist T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ ery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis and all bronchial throat lung ana chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal affections general decline and weakness loss of flesh and all conditions of wastÂ¬ ing away will send THREE FREE BOT- Â¬ TLES all different of his Now Discov- Â¬ eries to any aillicted reader of the Breck KNRinaK 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 ot tils lmailiDie 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 filed by heartfelt letters of gratitude in his American and European laborator- Â¬ ies in thousands from those cured in all parts of the world Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ chial chest aud luug troubles lead to which uninterrupted Cousumptlon means speedy and certain death Simply write to T A Slocum M O 08 Pine Btreet 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 his offer in the Breceenbidoe News Dont lobtcro Spit and Mmoke fourMte Ant To quit tobacco easily and forever be mas netle lull or llfo nerve and vigor toko tho wonder worker that makes weak men strong All druggists Mo or II Cure guaranteed Booklet and sample troe Address Sterling Remedy Co Cnlcairn or Now York Thrown From a Horse Â¬ Â¬ Our telephone line to Custer is com- Â¬ W CARTER pleted John Meador Jr has returned from Xong Grove PvBorn to the wife of Livy Hobbs on have always been tho main feature of tho Fair and have tha 9Tlli trial a tnn always assured its being a success Tho finest stock in A Bora to the wife of J L Simpson on me o tnst a iu pound boy Kentucky Indiana and Illinois compoto for them This Miss Lrdia Clarkson has returned from years premiums aro up to tho standard of former years Louisville and ElixAbetbtown Miss Ora Walton left to visit her Bister Mrs Ray of Rome Ky Wednesday Tho races are contests to encourago the development of Miss Daisy Mealor has returned home speed qualities Trickery will be debarred and close and after an absence of several weeks visit to fair contests will bo oxactcd Cecilia friends at Louis Kincheloe of Hardlnsburg ac- Â¬ companied Miss Mary McMeador homo and remained a few days A now feature is tho Bioyclo Races Every raco will bo Mr John Waldon who has been with first class No loafing on tho back slrclch and tho boys his sister Mrs Ray of Rome Ky re Â¬ that win will have to git up and git turned home Wednesday Mrs Jacobs and Miss Amelia Wolf who have been the guests of Mrs Meyer And Machinery Department will bo as attractive asit can have returned to Louisville be made Every department will bo filled to its utmost Paul Wethlngton and Bister Mies Ber- Â¬ Uring tho products of your farm garden dairy your paint Â¬ tha and the Misses Mattingly attended ings needle and fancy work church at Cloverport Sunday Several from here attended the Mis Â¬ Tho BEST BAND of MUSIC has always bSirobiSincjd sionary meeting at Clover Creek Satur- Â¬ day All report an excellent time Look out for NEW FEATURES No intoxicants soldTc An addition is being built to the gambling allowed on tho grounds school house at this place Mr Weth Â¬ Apply to tho Secretary for Premium Lisits ogfneral in lngton has the contract for building it formation to TA Pedley for privileges to Jas Keeloy for Mrs Jess Clarkson and daughter were bicycle race information in Louisvillo last week looking for a house as they will go to Louisville for the winter OWENSBORO KY Mr Burrell Farnsley and Mr Keulngton of Louisville came down on wai their wheels last Saturday and remained over Sunday with Dr Strother Miss Berrlila Howard has returned to Ohio where she will bo with relatives and attend school Her father Dr Howard accompanied her to Louisville RUSSELLVILLE KY Dr Strother attended the Meade None but the Countv Jsurvejor to do your County Medicine Society at Branden- Â¬ Four Courses Endowed work He is the authorized Surveyor ol the Countv Is an eiperlrnced workman and burg last Tnursday he was accompanied knows his business He is also Notary Public Nine Schools Stronrj Faculty by bis mother who was tho guest of Mrs writes Deeds and takes Acknowlcdgemedts Charges always Iteasonable Grinnell and other friends Adtlresa Thorough Secretary LARGE SPECIAL PREMIUMS SPEED RINGS BICYCLE RACES THE FLORAL HALL assssssssaaaBBaaBsaasssasMsssaBjsasNstMssssasssasaaat f J W CARTER Seot fwmm p5vafaB Lj YOU SHOULD EMPLOY ELYS CREAM Is quickly absorbed Cleanses the Nasal Passages CATARRH BALM Al- Â¬ Send for Catalogue to W S lays Pain and In Â¬ flammation Heals and Protects the from Membrane Cold Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Gives He Â¬ ll nt wiiictue tA U COLDN HEAD tiss RYLAND Pree CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARDIHSBUnCKY sj FOR YOU AND FOR A particle li aprlied directly into the nostrils Is agreeable jo cents at Druggists or by mall tam- ETes toe hv mail BROTHERS 56 Warren St New York City r EVERYONE JFAJLJLj Valuable Goods Valuable Bargains Have mado great efforts to please my customers in tho purchase of our TIIIIEE We sold during the past two years 90000 IlllcUcimUcrl or Iy lie writer In other words aoooo business and proleuionul men instead of paying liOofora Tyrewritc- - have bought the DUCKENSDKKrKK for J35 thereby saving thtmstlves the neat sum oi 11 tei xxxjuxoar WO IE1U H1WI Mill MMRS SAIED IS CG3Q OC GS39 If you have purchased one your share isjust 165 and if jou have not purchased one will it not pay yru to Investigate and tee if every word of the above is not true The largest business corporal ions the most prominent business men the most suc- Â¬ iiiuei iiuiuiieiii HI iiiuuMiUJ iiulm stock cessful lawyers and the United States Government are wel satisfied users of this machine Itornn sj Exchange Hank II illding WEST VIRGINIA SUPPLY CO CfTW ttmSQ OCHSM GENERAL AGENTS WHEELING W VA 1 OGHmSO The detailed statement of freight and passenger traffic for tho post two years is as follows Sj FREIGHT 89 i8y 55 trevht reven e Tons carried Tons one mile Average distance haul 7Vi 28393634 311345 414938 4620591 3335S6jo 0j 8 itonmllesi Revenue per ton Itev per ton per mile Through m4 670 883 00601 0037 1897 00851 on PASSENGER IaisenKcr resenue No passengers canied No pat canied mile Avg dlst car inlei Revenue pcrpasger 1 136001 18 169578 158167 16 167700 5294000 6j43oX 373 943 jia Jlev per pat per mile 81 015 It will be soon by this statement that the road carried much more business last ear than the year before hut the earnings were not so great by about 5 000 If the same rates per ton had been realixtd in 1697 as during the preceding year the freight revenues would have been 300875 40 or 8803285 more than the year before After tho report was heard the stock holders re elected the old Board of Di Â¬ rectors iw follows Col Attilla Cox Har ry WelMiHfer Oacar Fenley J D Pow en OweHwfooro J H Barrett Henner-soa Edwin W Port New ioric W L t -Treaholai NeW Yok O B Van Ojtrum Kl P x 4 tgwlCHWlC Kw York mkI Jofaa Doerhoefer Louta- and coatalns not a particle of mer vllto TiM gjstrsl ol DiweteM elected officers cury potash or other mineral which tncana so much to all who know mMIm Prwhrmt CWAWllaCox disastrous effects of these drugs the Unrrv Valuable books can be had free by Vt PrHkH TfMMMHVr V II MMH UHI1 UMiwMiNf Swirr Sfxcinc Cowfamy Â¬ 025 Miss Mr II Kuhn of Marlon Kansas writes About three years ago my grand daughter Bertha Whitwood was thrown from a horse receiving a wound of the scalp Under the treat- Â¬ ment of physicians the wound seemed obstinate and for several months re- Â¬ mained about the same until It finally became very angry looking and broke out into a running sore This boon spread to other parts of the scalp and tnc side ol tho neck in creasing in severity and fearfully disfigurlt g her After oeing constantly under a physician for a year and her condi- Â¬ tion a great deal worse than at first wc placed her under the care of the faculty of u well known hospital but even the treatment she received there failed to arrest the terrible tore Readings of the many enrea of blood troubles effected by 8 8 8 we decided to try It and It relieved her promptly At first this remedy seemed to increase the discharge forcing out the poison this soon ceased altogether and the plate began to heal In a few months she waa entirely cured and scarcely a mark now remains where the disease held full away 8 S 8 la the right remedy for all blood diseases and Is the only cure for Contagious Blood Poison Scrofula Eczema Cancer Rheumatism Ca Â¬ tarrh etc no matter how deep seated a o a is guaranteed Hie case W- -r Bertha Whitwood A Valuable Prescription Editor Morrison of Worthington Ind Sun writes You have a valuable prescription In Electric Bitters and I can cheerfully recommend it for Consti pation and Sick Headache and as a gen Â¬ Mrs eral Bystem tonic It lias no equal Annie Steele 2025 Cottage Grove Ave Chicago was all run down could not eat nor digest food had a headache which never left her and felt tired and weary but six bottles of Electric Bitters restored her health and renewed her strength Prices 50c and 100 Get a bottle at A R Fishers drugstore Â¬ WrVWrw ifvty In all Departments GEO YEAKEL GREAT BARGAIN 3c aj pes Fancy Calico worth 6c BRANDENBURG KY ANOTHER BIG CUT AT THE 3c i pes Irish Lawns CO STORE 3c Nice Plain Hemstitch ed Handkerchief worth tc Correct Prices Correct Styles Something Nobby in Dress Goods Dry Goods Clothing Boots Shoes and Notions all nt Startling Pricos Sco them and youll wonder 3c Full size Scrub Uruih The Vino Grove correspondent of tho E town News says the telephone lino is to bo extended from Big Spring to Cus Â¬ ter in Breckenrldga county which will give us connection with Hardlnsburg and mauy points along the Texas rail- Â¬ road We know the gieat cures by Hoods Sarsaparllla aro genuine because the people themselves write about them Trl State Falrat Evaiiavllle-Septeni-- ber worth jc worh 10c 59c 55 13c Opera 1 298 Kmrrsoia Celebiated Shoes worth J jo 125 0 prs Mens Fine Shoes f oo quality Mason Frultjara rs I jjlcs box of Uaby Shoes MILLINERY t- -- 1 ip Shoes 79c Dig Deal in lllankcta Nice one at 79c 5c For 3 One pint tin Cupa Big Remnant Sale this week - i GET HEADY FOR OUR 45c 10c lndlt MnenCullirs all styles Opening Bay Saturday Sept 18lli ao to 24th Tho L II St L will mako a rate of one fare for the round trip to Evansville account of the above fair This will bo one of the best fairs in this section of the country and should lo well attended In addition to the above rates a special train will bo run from Weet Point to Evansville stopping at all stations on Friday Sept 24th and tickets will be sold at very low rates For further in formalloa call on tgesta o the Company Brfurata Tmi How4 WHh Ouear 24c Gents pice ccol Undershirt worth 4C 25c lUg lot 11 Ice Jelly Classes sjc doten New Stock or CARPETS 750 irince Albert Suits reduced from oo 10 5c dos Spools Knitting Silk all colors 5c CeilulolJ Collars 10c Al Silk Ties worth 15c 1fpV V PCfPx -- all styles This purchase will be a surpriso and we have endeav Â¬ ored to put in a lino in which tho most fastidious person can bo suited Tha newest styles in Ilats Bonnets Caps Ribbons Lacos Braids and overy thing pertaining to a woll equipped Miflinory storo Tho very lowest prices hayo boon put on all goods Your visit and a closo inspection will be well repaid Dont forgot the opening 48c 25c Choice of all our joe and 75c Mens Straw Hals 49 c ladles Shirt Wahta were sold St 1 1 00 Wanted Your Country Pro duoaM HlgW Mm rilee Wlmlr Ooa JaMtMM P HmIm AtUata Georgia Candy Oathaitlc euro NMtlpMloa HVatu HCa0falltsrwgsLwreun4moy frrr I JM of Ladies fine Umbrella wmsJi 100 I H DEWEESE GLENDEANE KY JJLwwmU4JJJJXIJjCIL - ii MstiWiV 1 --au-A w -- wgtJSl r -- Tffi52ESMsit dMMMBMldlMMl MiiiiiiTiiiiiimiaaiMMTwi