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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i rTHE Ul tf af V iHR m wiTrt ff rnr1 r to -- - vt x BREOKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THR NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 6 1897 NO 12 Â¬ VOL XXII MUST EVACUATE Autonomy Will Never Satisfy the Cubans moderate sumsi turuo one was mm oy tho robbers From the description ur ulshed of tho two robbers they arc inp posed to be the pair who recently heid up theUklah stage and killed Mr liar KLONDIKE nat Affair at llailton Ia Hazlfton Pa Oct 4 It ii announced that tho battalion of troops Â¬ still stationed hero will bo withdrawn early this week All tho militia will then have loft Tho miners aro nearly ail nt work and affairs liavo again ro sonicd their normal condition CONDENSED A Collection of FAMINE People Will Suffer Up There This Winter NEWa Â¬ Mill if 11 r IFORTRlLEY WILLING TO PAY INDEMNITY Si 2 voFfcovicN w fRT I st f -- H But Spain Must Evacuate the Island at Once Talks With Some Leading Cubans W FORT ii 1 y EOLVTIOKI JLZi New York Oct 4 The Herald piints a number of interviews with leading Cubans here on the situation in the island Tho Cubans all declare that autonomy for tho islands is out of the question but most of them aro in favor of paying Spain a reasonable in demnity providing sho cvacuatos tho island at once T Estrada Palma representative of the Cuban provisional government To the Cuban patriots it makes said littlo difference whether a Liberal or Conservative ministry directs affairs in Spain A change iu government in Spain docs not not niter tho caso of tho Cubans They aro now more firmly do tormincd than ever to push tho fight until tho absolute independence of Cuba is acknowledged I bcliovo tho Cubans are willing to pay a reasonable indemnity to Spain provided sho withdraw her troops from Cuba beforo the island is completely ruined bo Euriqno J do Varona said lievo autonomy would complicate rather than solvo the Cuban situation Absoluto iudependenco is tho aspiration of tho immense majority of the Cuban peoplo Cuba needs a definite political regime Spanish autonomy would not givo it to tho island The only practical solution of tho Cuban problem is absoluto independence Dr Henry Lincoln do Zayas says Tho Cubans are and have always been ready to treat with Spain with a view to a cession of hostilities provided the first condition be that Spain shall acknowledge Cubas independence Colonel F Lopez de Queralta formerly of the United States army and a veteran of tho ton years war in Cuba Bald I would like to seo Cuba freed by lorco of arms But to avoid further shedding of blood of innocent peoplo I would though painfully sign and giva my consent to a compensation to Spain for tho sake of getting rid of tho Spanish E Trujillo editor of ElPorvonir said Cubans aro fighting for absolute iude- fiendenco and will accept no other so Brigadier Eugcnio Sanches Agra monte surgeon general of the Cuban army said Cubans are firmly determined to fight until absoluto independence ts accomn ihed But a few million more- or less provided the sum is reasonable will bo paid by them to Spain in ordor to avoid u prolongation of the strugglo Regarding tho plan for tho purchase of Cuba from the Spanish government Goueral Emelio Nunez who for the past 10 days has been in consultation with the junta leaders in New York I can not seo how the plans for said the freedom of Cuba on tho basis of a guarantee to Spain by tho United States of an indemnity of 1200000000 in cash can bo displeasing to any of the parties except that the amount is greatly in ex cess of truo values of relics left by Wey ler The United States could afford to back up the proposition because It would nave the revenue of Cuba to guarantee reimbursement and would gain immediate improvements of its trado relations 1 believe that storn as our resolution ts never tp lay down our arms to Spain tho majority of oar peoplo are not so unwise as to imagine it hotter to fight to tho last gasp rather than cease the Btrugglo on terms so favorable as aro now possible Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - f VqT 5hiTn A i S lr- - nJM SrNllL j Yl f fe 7 A y 7r LANDING Hill lk EDMONTON icy fct M Mill EWWESTlNSTEirHfWK CANADIAN ROUTE TO THE KLONDIKE This routo Is from Victoria and up the Athabasca Mackenzie and Peol rlvors Ctinoog aro used ohlofly and tho trip Is The entire distance Is about 2800 miles Dog trains aro used when the rivers aro frozen made In from GO to 80 days Tho advantage to Canadians is In tho organized lino of communication STILL RAGING Yellow Jack Holds Sway in AT EDWARDS Fourteen New Cute of Yellow Fever anil Two Death Edwards Miss Oct 4 Tho doctors report 14 new cases of yellow t over of ous Subject MANY GOLDSEEKGRS RETURN the Hatty Header Tho name of the postofllco at Jaokson Jackson county WVi has been changed to Itlpley Having Abandoned all Hopes of Reach Mode Amos and John Swisher two Ins the Gold Fields Before young farmers residing npar Frankfort Ind wero arrested on charges of arson Next Spring preferred by B F HIllls a neighbor who lost his barn by fire An agreement was rerohed late Satur day afternoon whereby the striking em Tacoma Wash Oct 4 Tho steamer ployes of tho Ohio tubo works at Warron O resumed work Monday Tho advance Northfork from Alaskan ports brings the news that tho steamer Portland of 5 per cent will according to the settlewhich tailed for St Michaels with a ment take offtct Oct 18 The 2Clcaragiian-Co-jtRlcnn lo tndary Maxim gun on her bows to ward off dispute has been decided In favor of Nica- pirates is on her way homo again withragua by General Alexander an engineer out having accomplished tho objects of appointed by President Cleveland to settle her voyage Sho got as far as Dutch tho mattor Ho has decided that tho east- Â¬ 11 portion of her ern boundary lino begins at the harbor harbor only Thoro passengers aid freight wero disem of Greyton and Suit for fjOOO damage has been filed by barked having sho is now homeward bound neither minns nor nug Adam Catron of Mlchlgantown Ind gets nor company gold aboard her ngalnst M K Miller a local druggist Tho latest news in regard to tho The complaint alleges that Millers clerk gave him etrvchnlnu for valerianate of steamer Hamilton is to tliu effect that sho can not possibly get boyoud Ram quinine and that he was permanently in- part City but that 20 of her passengers jured by tho inlstnko wero making tho effort to polo up tho D M Duty formerly of Ionnsboro W river to Dawson with littlo success Va but now residing In Western Port Thirty five passenuors who have given Md opposlto Piedmont was arrested at up all hopo of reaching tho Klondike Piedmont W Va on a warrant charging this season returned on tho Northfork him with having forged tho nanio of Rob All reports coming from the mining disert Colo a prominent Piedmont mer- trict confirms tho reports of u prospecchant to Hn order to Greer Lalng tive famino this winter wholesale hardware dealers of Wheeling WHY THEY SUFFER for a lot of fenco wlro amounting to 12051 Too Much Whisky Instead of lrovlalon Crime and Cmualtlet Taken to City David Evans a miner was killed by a Seattle Wash Oct 4 Tho steamer fall of slnto In Superior No 1 initio at Farrallon has arrived hero from Ska Wollston O guay Alaska Tho Farrallon has on Arthur Plerson who shot and killed board 1 10 returning prospectors among Ren Smith at Puducah Ky was given a tho number being Louis Long direct four year sentence In the punltrr lary from Dawson City which placo ho loft Roliert Turner was sho4 ot Rich- Aug 20 coming out on baltoii trail mond Ky by his father-in-laUurgoyne Ho stopped nt Juneau Breck Neither shot is fatal Roth aro In an interview Long said colored When I left Dawson the stores had Forty nlno peoplo were killed by tho stopped selling supplies and restaurants railroads In Ohio during the month of had closed becauso thoy could get noth September This Includes employes pas ing to cook I boliovo that provisions sengers and trespassers will bo scarco although many of tho J H Gray married aged 25 and a Pan- miners are leaving It was a great mis handle brakeman fell from tho top of a tako in trading companies to bring so boxcar at Columbus O and had both much whisky up tho river instead of legs cut off by the wheels He died a supplies short time after at the Protestant hos Steamer From Copper Hirer Â¬ a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Interesting Item on Vari Jipeclalty Prepared For knowing that her husband another attempted to tako her life by swallowing a big doso of morphine Two IoMe Fire Into Kach Other Kokomo Ind Oct 2 To capture a den of chicken thieves that infest this region two parties started out Wednes day night each party being in ignorance of the others intentions The two posses ono under the leadership of Nel son Hanna tho other under direction of Isaac Wilson came together at midnight and each taking the other for the gang of thieves oneued flro simul taneously at each other Twenty shots were fired beforo tho mistake was discovered none of them doing serious in loved Truitt for him ir you wilf give rum tip Truitt who is tho father of four children eecins to agree to tho deal It is stated that last Tuesday Mrs Royal make the food pure wholuome and dtllcloM mi AKIH0 POWDER Absolutely Pure MOVAL jury New Curo For Consumption Berlin Oct 2 Professor Landcror of Stuttgart who has been experiment ing for yean in the treatment of tuber- MKINQ POWDCR CO NSW YORK culosis has treated 400 patients with a solnblo salf of clnnamic acid He believes that almost all the patients so treated have been permanently cured NEAL DOW DEAD TrtAlN WRECKED IN COLORADO Two Killed Flte Seriously Injured and Nine Other Slightly Hurt Cotopaxi Colo Oct 4 The first section of tho Denver and Rio Grande narrow guage train No 4 met with an accident just west of here at 6 oclock Sunday morning The accident is believed to have boon caused by tho spread of death for several days died i aturday ing ot the rails Two passengers were Ho was born in this city killed The train was made up ot one m March 20 1801 Ho became tho cham- baggage car three tourist cars ono pion of tho project for tho prohibition coach throe sleepers and a pay car One coach three sleepers and the pay of tho liquor traffic in 1817 causing to be passed while mayor of Portland tho car left the track and rolled over on their sides Tho wreck occurred Maiuo liquor law prohibiting the salo end of a trestle the last car of thoat the train of intoxicating beverages having only passed across the bridge Had the accident occurred while the train was crossing the trestlo the loss of lite would undoubtedly havo been very great The following is a list of the dead and injured Champion of the Irojeet For the FrohlbU tlon of tho Liquor Traffic General Poriland Mo Oct 4 Neal Dow who had been at the point Â¬ Â¬ at20p Â¬ DEAD outright Mrs Mclntyro of Sllverton killed died on Frod Feyler ot Cincinnati tho train going to Salida SERIOUSLY INJURED Inm shoulder injured Frank E Adams ot Tcllurlde out about tho head Miss Ada Orompton of Dolta slightly injured on the head Mrs Saunders ot Salida cut on the Up and left shoulder SLIGHTLY INJURED Mrs Robinson ot Delta headinjurod Mrs Mary Johnson of Tellurido right Â¬ HEAL DOW Â¬ Â¬ pital Several Places MANY NEW CASES REPORTED w whom seven aro white as follows Miss Hallie Howio Lester Wimberly Guy Slocumg Mrs Bnller O H Howes Mrs Dcmarchi Mrs Louiso Brichotto Zeaths Lillian Bedtleld and a child of T P Martin Total deaths to date 12 Total number of cases to date 317 Total number under treatment 127 Total number discharged aud convalescent 178 Number seriously ill 7 Thero are four cases of yellow fovcr at Nitta Yonma as follows Mrs O H Blum Miss Sara Blum Miss iEita Miss Thompson and G S Smith Thompsons condition is critical Â¬ But the Death Rate Has So Far Been Mild -- a Deaths 37 New Cases AT MOBILE Only Four New Case and No Death the Loit ltoport improving I at New Orleans New Orleans Oct 4 There has been no abatement of yellow fever in this city and during tho past 2 t hours thero have been two deaths and 27 new Tho record is cases reported street isolation hospital Dan Sullivan camo from 610 Bonny street Algiers Q Pepitoni NEW CASES DEATHS 1010 Magazine m rt - Paul Monte 1312 Monro Mrs George Blanohini 2221 Chip pewa Margaret MoHngh 2221 Chippowa Adolino MoHngh 2221 Chippowa Heleno Epham 2221 Chippewa Nita Bohue 1410 Chartres Hadlon Fleetwood 727 Lower Line Two children of Mr Verlander Alonzo Bertha Donnelly 540 Philip Mrs H Moss 1122 Felicity August Frances and James Allwoll 423 Diana James Montgomery C30 Thalia Maggie Fitzpatrick 630 Thalia Mrs H Smith 1127 Washington Fred Winchester 1300 Ohartrcs Albert Loyd 623 Oarrollton Audra Habere 3318 Oak James D Nix Fenn and Hampson Edward Wright 007 Camp Howard Jones lOOOTnlane Miss Cordon 2234 Carondelot TohyDrennan 3113 Bralnard Ruby Collins 210 Baronne Mamie Pleasant 1223 Josephino M P Brady Jackson Barracks O W Stone 1B31 Polymania Misa Aunie Wright 1810 St Charles avenue Of theso cases 11 are in houses where fever has heretofore been reported The other casos are pretty well scattered and none were reported at tho detention camp in any 01 tho hospltals or in asy lums From the detention camp 17 peoplo wero released and only two were taken in Among the cases reported to the board of health are throe from Al giers opposite New Orleans These make a total of nvo cases in Algiers In the past week tho fool of infection have not been largoly increased Dr Metz reports that by Tuesday all tho houses iu the St Claude district where the infection was first introduced will 1m released from quarantine The over singlo square in vu confined to the authorities have whioh it started The also beeu successful in wiping out the foei of infection of Hospital street aud of the home for homeless men Church ervioea were held yestorday in Ooeaa Spring for the time sinco the aiokueM there wm declared to bo yellow lever There are no cases of the preveiliatr fever mnder tretUmeat there aa4 toe people of Ocean Spriag now better that all further danger has 1 Â¬ Â¬ Modile Oct 4 During tho past 24 hours thero wore only four new cases of yellow fever reported and no deaths Tho now cases were James Dulaney city hospital camp Charles Carlson Lazaretto marine hospital O F Steiner St Manuel street Charles F Moore 234 Spring Hill avenue Six patients wero discharged yester day Thero has not been a now caso at Ocean Springs for eight days Two Death at Scraiiton Miss Scranton Miss Oct 4 There wero two deaths here yesterday Alice Del mas 4 yoars old daughter of I P Del mas city clerk and Dominick Des mond It was impossible to get an official report of the number of now cases but thero aro many aud somo of them aro very siok and the situation is quite serious Twenty Two New Cae at Ulloxl BiLOXt Miss Oct 4 Thero were two deaths yesterday the daughter of Jesse Smith aud the little child of Policeman MoKinley Among 22 new cases hero pro City Recorder Gleasou City Clerk S G Sweatmau Captain Joe Roberts of tho steamer Biloxi aud P R Baldwin a northern man Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Death Dr W T Rowlcs who was physician of the Ohio penitentiary under Governor Mc Kiuley died In Columbus O Saturday night ot stomach trouble aged 41 years William M Long aged about 75 years died In Xenla O of paralysis He was a life long horse dealer who during tho stirring days of tho war bought horses for the government Major Lewis G Inter the cigarette king who was a pioneer In this business out of which ho has mado a fortune of 10000000 died Saturday night at Westbrook his palatial home near Richmond Va Sir Glnterwastho largest individual owner of American tobacco stock and tho richest man In the south Fire The Cincinnati Portsmouth and Virginia railroad bridge at West Fork water tank eight miles eust of Winchester O was totally consumed by fire A corn crib stable and cow barn at J Will Sayres home near Lexington Ky was destroyed by flro Two calves perished Total loss 1600 covered by Insurance Incendiary Ed Caldwells resldenco and barn at Rlchmondale O were deitroyed by fire together with 7000 bushels of wheat 3000 worth of clover seed and farming implements Tho entlro loss is estimated at 17000 no insuranco It Is supposed to bo tho work of Incendiaries Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Failure nenry J Ferrell ongaged in the drug business at Xenla O has made an assign ment to Attorney H O Armstrong Spain New Cabinet John S Dodgo has been appointed re Madrid Oct 4 Tho crisis is solved Seuor Sagasta has been Instructed to ceiver for the Portsmouth O Tribune form a miuistry Its probable consti- The Tribunes weekly edition was the old to adopt tho tution will bet Promior Senor Sagas est paper in the United States Issue whs made on Deo name ta department of state Senor Gamazo 0 18W as its first beforo the Now York soveral years finance Aminos Salvador cotouies Tribune was founded Tho establishment Senor Monterio Riosj justice Sonor of a dally edition four years ago proved Maura or Pnigccrver war General Correa marino Admiral Bcrmojo in disastrous lenoual terior Senor Moret David L auyerof Pomeroy O has been True Till Old Sturv Mar appointed receiver of publlo moneys at Madrid Oct 4 Captain General Rosowell N M Weyler has been recalled from Cuba It is quiet gossip In New York city that Marshal Blanco it is said in all proba ex President Grover Cloyeland now wants bility will accopt tho post of captain to be a United States senator from New Peoplo wondered why Grover general of Cuba in succession to Cap- Jersey Cleveland went to tho quiet little univer Â¬ tain General Weyler sity town of Princeton to lh e and now Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WATER FAMINE OUT WEST There Ha Not Ileeh Such a Scarcity of Water for Seventeen Yean Kansas City Mo Oct 4 According to spoclals to the Times a water famine is impending iu this part of the southwest In tho immediate vicinity of GAS A WEUL ON A RAMPAGE Â¬ they say they know fit Kansas City thero has not beeu such a scarcity of water for 17 years All the small streams and many of the ponds in Jackson county aro reported to be dry aud the same is true all over this seqtiou of the country Almost every town in Missouri and Kansas is already focling the effects of Thoso which are tho water famine coming out best aro the ones which liavo artesian wells Tho suffering among the farmers is greater thau in tho towns however Many farmers btvo for davs been obliged to haul y ater for miles Stock as well as peo pie are suffering and vegotatlon is dry ing up Unless rain comes scon severo result may ensue Joiepli Iroctor tli Actur Dead UosTps Oct 2 Joseph Proctor the veteran actor died at 1345 his morn ing at hl homo on Columbus avenue tttet a long lllneii Mr Proctor was in 1818 aud uo n In Marlboro Mas mrde hi debut upon the stage iu 1838 in Damon aud Pythias He had in his time played with all the etellar atfcao Udwia om UOBi of his early day and he elder Booth gave hint aid and Â¬ Â¬ plosion in whioh nine persons wero killed and many more burned gat on a rampage again last night While tho men were working around the well it commenced to spout gas and oil filling the air with the deadly gas The inhabitants of tho village took warning and fled in terror for their lives Tho well is located near tho Toledo and Ohio Central tracks and trains were delayed for two hours not daring to pass through tho cloud of gas fear ing It would Ignite aud burn the town riftv Famlll Made Uomelti OmcAuo Oat 3 Fire whioh broke out early yestorday at Willow Spring lb mile from Chicago on the drainage canal destroyed nearly half the town and made 0 families homeless The hre apparatus was totally inadequate and assistance was telegraphed for to Chicago A special rain was at once tent but bofore It arrived the fire was burned out Loss about ffiOOOO with little inmranoe three itagee travellag from Aglv Camp to thltl place wm hlld apbf two Baaekad aighwaynas and robbed- - Famtigen were relieved ff ernooA Village Deaerted the Inhabitant Fleeing For Their Lire Oyonet O Oct 2 Tho Grant gas well hero which caused tho horrible ex Â¬ A Capital Ilellectlon Mrs Crlmsoubeok Do you boliove that a hersocan eat his hoad off Mr Crimson beak I dont know but I wish to graoious a man could drink his head off Yonkers Statesman Iiuao IUU Dead Octl Isaao Bell the principal owner of the Old Dominion Steamship hue died of puoumouia at hit home 111 this city yestorday aged 69 years Mr Bell was noted for hi work of philanthropy and had been cou nccted with many financial and mercantile enterprises His wife who sur vives him was the daughter of tin elder Dr Valentine Mott New York Goinn to Build or Reimir Write Thro Stag Hld Up Yesterday Milton Gal Oct 1 jft Louisville Ky For Prices on Lumber Doors Sash and They Blinds Shingles Steel Roofing save you money will j P Will aud Canada to win tho popular sanction for prohibitory legislation In 1880 he was a enndidato for president on the national Prohibition tickot receiving 100j votes In 1884 ho succeeded in having an amendment mado in tho Maino constitution which wat adopted prohibiting tho Wash Oct 4 The steam by popular vote foroverof intoxicating Seattle manufacture or sale er Wolcott arrived last night from beveragos and commanding tho legisPrinco William sound Alaska Tho lature to enact suitablo laws for enWolcott had two passengers who report forcement of tho prohibition that everythingwas quiet on thoCopper STRYCHNINE IN THE COFFEE river Ex United States Marshal Lewis Williams of Alaska who was ono of A Mother rolsons Hernelf and Six of Her tho passengers 6tates that it is uttorly Children impossiblo for boats to ascend Copper Omaha Oct 4 A special to Tho Bee river owing to rapids and other ob from Schuyler Nob says During the structions forenoon Frank Steiuad came hastily in D owning on tho Sknguay Trail from Sholl Crock precinct nine miles Vancouver B O Oct 4 Word has northwest to summon a physician to boen received that ex Mayor Fred Copa the homo of Frank Divis where ho said was drowned in a creek on tho Skaguay tho whole family had beon poisoned trail while fording it with a horso Ho Dr Sixta hastened out and found four of slipped aud was Instantly washed away tho soven children iu tho family aud Steamer Sail fur Skaguay tho mother dead a fifth child in a dy Tacoma Wash Oct 4 Tho steamer ing condition and a sixth victim siok Alki sailed yesterday for Skaguay with Mr Divis and his oldest son wont away a full cargo of freight and about 60 early iu tho morning leaving bofore tho When of tho family breakfasted passengers Tho steamer carries a rest meal was prepared all sat down and tho of coal for Seward City quantity early in tho courso of the meal Mrs Divis made somo such remark as IN VIRGINIA KLONDIKE Eat a good breakfast and well all go Discovery of Gold In the Cnrroll County together An older sons mind wns affected by Mouutalm tho remark to Welch W Va Oct 4 Last sum appeaso his the extent that he did not A daughter appetite mer O L La Rno and N L McLeod younger than the son after drinking both of this placo wero spending their about 11 half cup of coffee becamo siok vacation traveling iu tho mountains of and vomited Tho rest of the family Carroll county Va While they wore continued the morning meal although riding along on tho road they noticed a tho children mado very wry faces and peculiar piece of ctono which nttracted said tho coffeo did not tasto good their attention aud which they picked Strychnine had been put into thocoffoe up as a souvenir of their trip Out of which soon showed its effects when mere curiosity thoy sent the rook to tho those not prostrated spread the alarm soon Virginia state assaycr at Richmond to but not liotcil enough to avoid the fatal have it analyzed When tho assay was effects completed it was found to bo rich in T CKET AGENT SHOT gold Ilobbcry n tin Motive aud a Tramp Upon hearing this the gontlcmeu went Suspected of the Crime to Carroll county and discovered a O MiLLERSBURO Oct 3 Tho vil mountain that was rich iu tho samo stone They cecured about 60 pounds lage of Killbuck is in a stato of intense of it and leased tho richest and most excitement over a foul murder commitcenter portion of tho territory whioh ted there Thuroday evening just after consisted of 760 acres Thoy sent some dark The victim was Frederick Penon of tho last rock secured to liavo it as sayed and tho report came tlmt it con- wood tho ticket agent of tho Olevoland tained i Gold 17 to tho ton silver Akron and Columbus railroad He was shot through tho heart while on his 3 to the ton aud copper 4 per cent This is considered n rich find and may way to tho depot from his homo which opon un a Klondike iu tho Virginia is distant about one fourth ot a milo mountains As tho placo is only 10 During the day a tramp wfis soon miles off tho railroad it will bo an easy about tho village and was nuder tho In matter to bulk a short road to the fluence ot liquor and was hoard to say mines that ho would kill tho tickot agent at night but no ono gavo tho mattor any BOUGHT A MAN attention The tramp is missing One Woman Give Another One Four The body was found alongside tho Thousand Dollar Fur Her Husband railroad track by tho night agent while Sr Louis Oct 2 According to Tho on his way to work TJie weapon usod Post Dispatch John A Truitt a con is thought to have boen a shotgun from tho body doctor of the Northern Central clcctrio tho naturo ofattho wound on ot the af tho bottom Robbery was street car lino was sold yesterday by fair his wife for f 1000 to a woman who do The murdered man leaves a wife and olares that t ho loves tho man moro thau one child He has been in tho employ his wife does Tho deal was tho sequel of the railroad for a long time aud was Ho was about 30 to tho following remarkable statement an esteemed citizen made to Mrs Truitt by a Mrs Ste years of age phens who lives in this city with her Iulliliau lulace Car Company Duett fatlior Columbus Ind Oct 3 J J Marsh Mrs Truilt I love your husband editor ot The Daily Times has brought aud I waul him 1 liavo trnvoled tho suit in the circuit court againii the world over and he is the first man I Pullman Palace Car company for 11000 ever loved I will tiveyou 1000 cash damagos Mr Marsh alleges that the l ullmnn conductor refused him a berth on the night ot July 8 and compelled him to ride from Nashville to Louis vllle in a rowdod day coach He bad berth In the purchased a ticket or Pullman before boarding the train Collision of Ktietrlo Car Toledo Oct 1 Half a dozen per sons wero seriously hurt in a collision betweou two cars oh the Toledo Mid Bowling Green electrloroad yesterday evening Miss Mary Watte tkBgkler of he late Chief Justice Walte out of the injured M seriously k rt d tMtr die 5tri T J Marlow Mr J at J tt Whalftti tuid Wm MellU Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ho fcpent many years in endeavoring by publlo speeches in tho United States the head Mrs James Kirk cf Montrose slightly bruised Mrs G N Compton of Denver back lightly injured J H Shay of Telluride left leg and right shoulder hurt slightly and cut about tho head Lulu Chase of Denver bad cut over the right eye F H Posey of Denver right arm bruised aud head cut John Moling ot Telluride slightly Â¬ Miss Laura Gates of Denver cut on C H Beruedesfen of Tellurido right tide of the faco scratched A number of tho moro seriously in jured wore taken to Salida where they are being cared for Those who could continued their journey to Denver Tho wrecked train wag bringing excursionists to Denver to attend the carnival exercises BUTFEW CANReTURN Colored Colonists That Went to Liberia Klter Head or Starving Liverpool Oct 2 Otloy Waite and five children and G W Farmer and wife all colored who belong to a party of ill emigrants who left Savan nah for Liberia by the Bteamer Labrador in March 1800 have just arrived hero from Liberia The Farmers are destitute and tho Waites have only enough money to enable them to reaoh the United States All tho adult members ot tho party described the condition of those whom they have left in Liberia as being most pitiable They say the land promised them by the Liberiau agents ic the United States turned out to be absolutely no eood They assert that more than half the Labradors party ara lead aud that tho rest of them are trying to reach the United States The Waites and Farmers say in con clusion that the Liberiau government did nothing for them and that tho i mate ot the republic of Liberia Is most unhealthy Ilun Down and TlTlled by a Illcyellst Washington Oct 1 Zephaniah Jones one of the oldest and most respected builders and contractors in the city was killed yesterday by Injuries resulting from a collision with a middle aged bioyclist named Reuben F Gray who is employed as a clerk in one of tho branches ot the government print ing office Mr Gray was arrested and heid pending coroners Investigation Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hurt THEMARKETS Ilevlew of the Grain aud Livestock Mar ket For October 4 Cincinnati ToDaooo Market Offerings ltS87 Rejections 853 1VJ sales Actual bo I Receipts The price on the offerings ranged a fol 25 206481 8i3 f I519 75 845 12 lows Â¬ Uhds 185 mil 05 3111hhdt offered The 2237 311 75 iia I10C411 75 OS 07 avarogod f038 per 100 lbs against 1359 for 1061 hhds for the previous week and f5Q7 for 1617 hhds the corresponding week In 1800 VitUburtr Cattle Prime 5 0005 10 fair fi 609 5 00 J 003 76 bulls stags and cow Hogs Prime light U 65 4 60 heavy 1 3Sat 00 6 00 Sheep l rough U Choice 4 2031 25 fair M 0003 SO com 1 000 mon 12 6CJ 40 choice lambs 6 50 veal calves IS 6C07 00 Cincinnati Wheat OlfflSSo Corn 8080Ko Cat- tie Selected butchers 3 o63t 26 fair to medium tl 003 66 common ft K9 8 76 Hogs Selected and prims butohor It 3034 35 packing ft 1624 80 common f1 06 649 062t3 06 80 ana rough 3 CO oo50 m lluirato 5 1611 M Cattle Choice to prime 00 roimiion i 7tS falr tOKQod II flOi mur7 flogs VorKtfr 4 4J II packer H B4C1 60 common 13 Sitll ft 0 culli to o fcheep Prime It CO lamb l VJ W won N voi minus 13 j ii uo rheep W 1 -- ftl K3 6JI mixed Chlcifo Hoat SelecUxl buUhers d 76l 65l 1 I6i 11 T 1 U1 AUU Ntlvt 7H B0oaremut HBP Vhrtmot ind bdU UmbeH QUI teo lO iQ rsVp i krt-B-- I Ut- u- I M rMlwfl ult Mt J k MvJ- - V I wWMNlllMWyJWHm BRANDENBURG Medical Association last Thursday rtfM - P 7 fat Breckenridge T0 News frijiltfri 0 1897 Sgg- - Edltori and WEDNESDAY OCTOBER SIX PAGES AaaeuHceMefiti are authorised to announce R M Jollys VV acceptance of Ihe nomination tendered him or State Senator by the Republicans ol the Tenth Senatorial District composed of the counties of nrcckenrldge Ulectlon Hancock and Meade November 1897 authorised to announce II Smith Populist candidate WE aarctheTenth Senatorial Districtthe State composed ate from the O Tor Sen TrE or the counties of nreckenrlrge Meade Election November 1847 Hancock and Tub Hon W J Bryan will npeak at Eltrabothtown next Monday Oct 11 Tiik Hon Joeiah Patterson will speak at Brandenburg next Friday Oct 8 Â¬ Tiic Uoshon Baptist Association adopt ed resolutions last week denouncing the Itov Dr Whltsltt Eusiia Ashcraftand Horace Smith had a heated discussion of matters personal at Haweavllle last Monday Bob Jolly sits back smiles and says sic em tig Tub Henderson Route handled 13G0 people over its line Sunday This is growing to be one of the most popular roads in the country and Is doing a hand Â¬ some business both in freight and pas sengers Clever men at the head of it business men Broad gauge in every particular te The fall term of Circuit Court opens at Hardinaburg next Monday It will be a great day for people and candidates Legal business will be ignored the first day and the time will be consumed by the candidates from Circuit Judge to the district Constable The candidates for the State Senate will be on hand like Â¬ wise If tho farmers of Breckenridga coun- Â¬ ty know whats good for them and what will put more money in their pockets than any other one thing raised on a farm they will turn their attention to raising sheep and wool and the sooner they start at it the better Try a few ewes this fall Get the best you can ob- Â¬ tain Use a good ram and save your ewe lambs Sheep pay 100 per cent and a good demand for them the year round HARDINSBURG LH Mrs Burdett of Louisville Is expected hero to day She will dellvor an address to the missionary society at the M E church South this evening at 230 oclock A A Richardson of Garfield and Mies Lula Norton were married this morning Tuesday at 0 oclock Rev St Clair officiating The party left for the Owensborofair Mrs S E Whitworlh of Garfield has Just returned from Louisville with a now stock of millinery goods for the fall trade Sho requests her friends to call and ex Â¬ amine her stock and prices To give somo idea of the business now being done on the Texas a gentleman who came from Louisville the other day said they passed eighteen trains between Louisville and Cloverport rvLtcensed to marry LT Raid to La fayette Lalleist Thomas E Cox to Eliza Moador Moses W Stuart to Rhoda Blair Wm Hi Sargent t Georgia B Hawkins E E Greenwood to Teressa Elder The receipts for marriage license in September and October run ahead of any two months in the year Strange that more people take the notion to mar- Â¬ ry during these two months than any others during the year People continue to ask the question Why Is there not a county fair out at Hardlnsburg Well the answer is easy no one will take the trouble to get up the Btock There isnt any doubt but what it would pay the cost of building the first year One of the big suits filed for this term of court is the Breckenrldge Bank against the Cloverport Paving Brick and Man- Â¬ ufacturing Company The suit is on a note for 2171507 and asks for a fore- Â¬ closure of the mortgaga on defendants property In Cloverport Judge Board and Green Beard who at Â¬ tended the Methodist Conference at Henderson make a very encouraging re Â¬ port of the proceedings Along with other things that was quite gratifying was the report on the salary of the Har Â¬ dlnsburg preacher which was paid in full The Conference will meet next year at Louisville WEB8TER Bro Hesson delivered a sweet spirited eonnon last Sunday Mrs J D Hardin has bconextiemely ill and is still very low We hope Miss Agnes Worland will soon be able to come homo Miss Annie Bondurant entertained a few friends last Saturday night Mr and Mrs D M Duncan will spend a day or two at the Owensboro Fair I was sorry my notice of Teachers A soclation was crowded out of last issue Miss Eleanor B Hendrich is attending the OwensboroFairand the guest of Miss Fannlo Jameson Miss Lola Craycroft will bo with her uncle Mr J M Richardson this winter and take music lessons The social calendar never was duller No entertainments no marriages but some going to bo nuptials Mr and Mrs W II Gough will go to the Owensboro Fair and to nee their grand daughter Miss Agnes Malin Theres a new boy at tho homo of Mr ami Mrs Malin a fine fellow A little Image of Gods best Thus Mary Son are mothers blessed The Rev E E Pate will leave this week for Slaughters We became much attached to Bro Pate and his lovely wife and regret to glye them up D W Lewis was in Kansas City last week ho is buying apples for Davis A Co He reports in bis letters to bis wifo that apples are scarce and high out West Â¬ k W TIME TABLE OIRG IaIT Ptistnger Dally irr Ilardlnsburg- - T27 am aoixo win Passeoner Datl7 arr Ilardlniburgll lb pm i- - Be carefull with your fire Circuit Court next Monday Warren May has returned to Montana Go to Witts for your drugs and medi- Â¬ cines The Court of Claims is in session this week Miss Irene Board was at home from ii i IN 1 bi i 51 1 M I Mi I Glendeane last Sunday Cy Miller leaves this week to attend the Nashville exposition The county candidates will probably speak here next Monday Cashier Morris Beard was in Owens boro several days last week Mrs Art Goodman was here last Sun day visiting Mrs Iticbard May Miss Mittie Breeding has gone to Horse Cave Ky to teach school Mis Richard May left Monday morn Â¬ ing to visit her sister Mrs Rhodes P M Beard went to Louisville last week to purchase a fine saddle horse Mrs John Uaswell was visiting her son Frank Haswell at Cloverport last Friday There will be quarterljrrneetlng at the M E church at this place next Saturday and Sunday We are ready to give you bottom fig ures on farming implements Beard Dillon A Co Mr and Mrs M D Pumphrey Jr West View were visiting Mrs V G Babbage Monday - The docket for next weeks Court will A number of be larger than common suits were filed last week Remember that you can buy all kinds of patent medicines and drugs of every description from J A Witt We are still in the market with Disc harrows plows buegies and farming ImCo plements Beard Dillon Mrs Owen Cunningham who has been vlsitirg her fathers family near Chen ault returned home last Saturday When you come to court next week g to the Hardlnsburg Bakery for your 10c lunch James Hook proprietor Rev RIsner of Louisville is here this week assisting brother Hunt in a pro- Â¬ tracted meeting at the Baptist church The joint debate between Jo Parker and J G Bailey announced here for the 14th will be a drawing card for a big crowd I am giving my whole attention to the drug business now and I will give your prescriptions and orders for medicines the most careful attention J A Witt B A Pate has purchased Clanny De Haveua interest in the livery stable He now has the thing under his control and will at once put in some new livery rigs Hardlnsburg has not had a fire for many years but should one break out bow at anytime the whole town would be In danger The watersupply is lower than ever known here before S A Pale promises to be Just as ac- eewmodailHg In the livery business The buss will carry hkt pfkcesBor yea to the depot from any point la town for tea etwits Â¬ Â¬ No higher eulogy can be given of noble ness of character in man or woman than Loyal to that he or she is faithful the best the highest the truest feelings In every relationship in life A big delegation went to Louisville last Sunday to take in the sights and see the game of base ball Gough Grinnell was in the push and his descriptive pow- Â¬ well say Dickens ers rival Miss Mabel Hardins father has pre Â¬ sented her with an elegant Kurtzman piano while little Mary Richardson is happy in a yery handsome Baldwin in- Â¬ GLENDEANE strument No home is complete nowa Â¬ days without a piano it adds to the Vic Robertson has gone to Dagonia happiness in every way of the inmates Brandenburg Normal had its first liter- Â¬ Springs Indiana ary for this term last Friday night as W T Cannon McDaniels is in Louls usual a good audience assembled to en Â¬ yille this week joy tho program Mr A O Burton con- Â¬ Julian Brown is recovering from a cluded the program by an interesting dangerous attack of flux talk about his trip to the Centennial Mr and Mrs Jas Moorman attended The next literary will be held in two tho Association at Mllwood weeks Charley Jarboe McDaniels left here I have lived here the most of my life for Lonitsville Monday morning a half century and 1 do not remember to Dr Dempster and daughter Miss May have ever seen the Ohio as low or have returned from Louisville Saturday known as many cisterns dry it is dis-Â¬ The boys are beginning to scour the tressing Mr If O Woodson will have woods on Saturdays on nutting expedi- Â¬ a fine well sunk at his home with a wind tions Mr Woodson is progres- Â¬ mill attached Mies Dick Off en and Master Walter sive Moorman came home from Nashville Geo Worland went to Louisville to see Saturday the base ball game George is an enthu Â¬ Allan Deane came up on the Katie siast over the national game I dont and spent a day or two with his parents care a cent about it except I wish the last week Colonels were up instead of down and Miss Irene Board is in Russellville of course I want Baltimore to have the this week to attend the marriage of one the pennant it is a Southern city Let the Hub be defeated if possible I of her friends Notwithstanding the dry weather the hate those New England states yes I do Our new minister Bro Hesson preach- Â¬ farmers are going on with wheat sowing ed his first sermon last Sunday Daniel Some have almost finished Webster the great statesman paid very Miss Mary Moorman and her brother little attention it is said to the able Master Frank of Cloverport are visiting sermons delivered in Washington but Misses Lutie and Hallie Moorman he went twice on Sunday and listened Robertson Bros bought 100 head of with tear dimmed eyes to a plain coun Â¬ hogs from Dr Hart Delivery some time try preacher when at his home When near the close of the year Fancy price asked the reason he said This man Miss Mary Moorman is teaching in preaches to Daniel Webster the sinner Miss Boards place this week Mies Nel about Jesus of Nsiereth and that helps lie Moorman is organist for the same me We all have our troubles our time Any preacher heart aches our sorrows Miss Nannie Owen is away visiting in we have had or may have can tell us of Louisville Nashville and Carrolton a Saviour to lead us into the light and Her sister Mrs Jimmy Klncbeloe lives life and paece aud fellowship of God in Carrollton Ky Tho Mississippi Valley Medical Asso- Â¬ For One Year ciation convened in Louisville Tuesday The Iho News commends the noble act of and will be in session till Friday the merchants in mantaining the 7 cream of tho profession will be in at- Â¬ oclock closing system for another year tendance and besides medicine anatomy It gives the clerks who are confined in and surgery the M Ds will be royally the house and on their feet all day a entertained by the Louisville physicians chance to get some fresh air and reduce Dr D O Pusey will be present and will Not sn A P A the system of long hours of hard work take with him his patient Mrs Wm Oct 4lh 1897 Having been McDaniils Mclntyre who has been suffering for charged with being nn A P A I take this meth they have to prefoim sometime with one of her limbs Dr od olden ing It It Is a falsehood without any Pusey will have a consultation with some foundation I am not at A P A never saw one in of the leading physicians and the bonefit my life and If correct in my opinion of the organisa tion an unalterably opposed to It I hepe this will of their discoveries in the field of med Â¬ give satisfaction to all concerned icine L OBhadliy Every mother The marriage of Dr Lon Moremen and To Whoa it Kay Concern feels an indes- Â¬ Miss Beulah Bennett of Irvington was certify that we have This cribable dread solemnized at the home of the bride this ley for is tolast thirty five years known L O Brad the and have lived by T tafiw of the pain and morning Wednesday The wedding him twenty five yean and we know that he Is no danger attend- Â¬ was a quiet one only a few friends being A P A or ever has been Ife would not know he can him say ant upon the Invited Dr Moremen is from Branden- Â¬ one ifMr was to see clear ofWe chargefurtherneith Dradley is the nor burg where he has warm friends in his that Â¬ most critical peer does he toletate the organisation riod of her life professional relations and those social J R Ithodet qualities that en J U Rhodes Becoming a and he posseses all the both Miss Beu- Â¬Â¬ KK Hhodts title bim to success in mother should be W T Conner a source of joy lah is of a queenly type and bur grace and bearing denote birth position and to all but the of local suffering and social charmsher She is a vocalist herself voice as well as renown and danger of the ordeal make its anticipation one of misery was much admired here where she baa visited as the guest of Miss Jen Hardin This column extends cheery wishes pro- Â¬ Â¬ The water famine is still on Will Gardiner was here Saturday Abe Skillman was here last week A few farmers are sowing wheat so common In summer time Hog cholera is quite prevalent accompanied by loss of energy Fred Moorman Owensboio was here lack of thought power means Sunday a deficient supply of nourish- Â¬ Jas Payne Stephonsport visited hero ment The vital force is lost Sunday It Isnt a question of muscle and Did you see those excursion trains sinew but of resistance and Sunday Prosperity At any age but Dick Mays and wife went to Clover- Â¬ endurance especially in youth It Involves port Saturday the risk of lung disease Loss Geo Hook and Miss Sally Honry of flesh and a cough are threat- Â¬ Irvington ylsited hero Sunday There are a few unoccupied houses ening signs here at present Frank Murphy and family Stephens port visited here Sunday Many failures have ever followed In of Cod liver Oil with the hypo the wako of a slnglo success Â¬ B F Payne and wife went to Louis phosphites meets these cases ville last week for new goods It tones up fattens perfectly Ahmed Board the cleyer and popular and strengthens oil drummer was hore last week In Scotts Emulsion the taste Crawford Pate and family visited rela- Â¬ of the oil Is fully disguised tives at Jolly Station recently making It almost as palatable No buisness will be successful unless as milk run strictly on buisness principles Fr wit at joe and ltes by drSir8 Scott BOWHC lilt Chemlita Miss Ida Durham of Harned and Mies West of Hardlnsburg are visiting Mra Jas St Clair FALLS OF ROUGH Misses Gola Orendorf Ada Henderson Mrs Charlie Gross is again sick Wathen Henderson and Joe Clsycomb Liute Louise Quertermous is sick went to Hardlnsburg Saturday on a visit Repairs are being made on the mill Jos Cashman Union Star was here Mr Robt Ghamblisa went to the Ex Â¬ Â¬ last week inspecting and repairing cis position terns Dr Dempster Glendeane was here A great many of our people contem Â¬ Wednesday Miss Mary Head bos been sick the plate attending the Owensboro fair this past week week Mr Ben Storms family have been B F Payne and wife and Miss Myra having chills Hanks will attend the Sargent Hawkins Mrs Bob Eskridge is recovering from nuptials at Stephensport a spell of malaria Mrs N D Payne and children and Mrs Sue Mercer is back from McDan Â¬ MlssTburel Stewart started last week iels and Vine Grove Col Lafe Green attended church at for a months visit to relatives at Clinton Goshen on last Sabbath Texas Miss Mary Peyton entered the Utopia V G Babbage was here last week tak Â¬ college Glendeane last Monday ing an invoice of goods of Joe Jeffries Our new pastor Rev Miller preached assigned his first sermon at this place Sunday Our school is moving along smoothly Many failures are due to the fact that Many men can and nicely with Miss Lillie Tilford as men miss their callings teacher successfully wield an ox gad who are Mr John Hughes has bought and failures as lawyers doctors preachers or moved to the uncle Jimmy Gainey prop- Â¬ merchants erty on the hill Tom Parks and wife of Irvington visit Mr Frank Peyton wo are glad to note is at his post again after a severe Beige of Dr S P Parks last Sunday typhoid fever Henry Simmons and Henry Jordan Mrs Metcalf and children of Steph ate visiting relatives at Owensboro and ensport are here on a visit to her moth- Â¬ will take in the fair er Mrs Cundifi There are several cases of serious ill- Â¬ Miss Ella Kurtz is strongly solicited to ness in our neighborhood and chills oh Bchool in Davis county take charge of a my I everybody bos chills and will go this week accompanied by Mr and Mrs T P Hardaway of Bew her mother to investigate the situation leyvllle spent from Sunday until Tues Â¬ The people here are rejoiced to have day witn their daughter Airs Peyton Miss Amy Price of Daviess county Bro Breeding returned to us again The continues her visit with her sister Mrs church here has been greatly strenthen George Stewart to the entire satisfaction ed and built up under his charge of fat least ono young man of our town Miss Lizzie and Ether Hall went on Probably you didnt know there wa the excursion to Louisville Sunday and speaking at our littlo place last Wednes- Â¬ day Well most every one else seemed attend the Hall Withers nuptials- to have known it for they all came W D Hall one of our popular young There was the largest crowd in town hf sSciety men and Miss Katie Withers a doubtless tnat lias ever assembled nere beautiful and accomplished young lady for years were married at the home of the brrde It is with much sonow and reeret that at Muldraugh Monday eve Oct the 4th we give up our beloved and faithful pat A host of friends here will greet them tor Bro CundifT who bai been with us two years His Godly life has bad a with a hearty welcome on their return wide spread influence for good in this vicinity May God bless and richly re Â¬ GUSTON ward his labors wherever he may go Is our prayer Miss Pollock is on the sick list Our school is progressing nicely under the auspices of Mr Willett Mr Dutch Richardson will locate hore We welcome him to our little soon town Entirely JKIdBcr Difficulty Mr Henry of Sandy Hill who was s Uottlca Cared not expected to live we are glad to say writing is much improved at this Mr Warren B May of Anaconda Mont was the guest of Miss S Estelle Elder at the home of ber uncle Mr II B Livers Saturday and Sunday last Miss Florine Anderson will attend Brandenburg Normal this year Miss Florine is a bright yonng lady and we know she will be delighted to be in Brandenburg again attraction Depression of Spirits Some Specials u1 2s FAIR ONE-PRICE-STORE SwIE6iHubiyn Which will be Sold just as Long as They Last First come First served Percale Shirts without collars in the 30 doz Garner and other high grade lat- Â¬ est designs link cuffs and sizes from M to 16i regular 100 and 125 goods at 58c A Ladies all sizes nicely made good length and always sold at 25c As long as they last 15c 15 Ecru Vest Another lot of those Ladies Dongola and Glove Grain Shoes button and lace just received really worth 150 our price 100 100 where for less than 209 our price 150 Ask to see our Special Brand Jewell a Ladies Shoe in all sizes from 2i to 6 patent leather tips that never sold any- Â¬ 150 The KAIP New Fall Goods AT N I Suffered j5 Years Opening ly r0AjMrCHANt0D7PH0 Lat Prealdlng Elder MEOhurch writes Dr Fcnnert Sharon Pa Â¬ Baby Mine s Â¬ Â¬ I suflered 25 years with kidney dif ficulty Some 10 years ago I used 3 bott ties ot your Kidney and Backache Cure I can truly say that since that time I have had less backache than I had in 10 minutes before I took the Cure I feel entirely cured N1 OHARLES 0 MARTIN Prescription Pharmacist Next door above Payne Cos Cloverport s ee WERE IN MOTHERS FRIEND fuse THE u the remedy which relieves women of the great pain and sufÂ¬ fering incident to maternity this hour which is dreaded as womans severest trial is not only made painless but all the danger is re- Â¬ moved by its use Those who use this remedy are no longer de- Â¬ spondent or gloomy nervousness nausea and other distressing con- Â¬ ditions are avoided the system is made ready for the coming event and the serious accidents so com- Â¬ mon to the critical hour are obviated by the use of Mothers Friend is a biasing to woman is LOOPBRBOTTUS MU DruirStoroa or at ujr axpreas or receipt of prloe Cftuulatee ttwtJuM isfonMtlaa ot latwMt to ail wosmo wW k mm flKaU aUUf ijUmij awj mwrwtMf bsaa IBiiHir1 yWI WVatRVVnPMf PJT Hm M4MVIU MW9UTM W Atittta Charlie Redman to isville Post Bays Be a Benedict For the Fall Trade with the Largest RACE A special from Owensboro to the Lou- Â¬ Everybody here known and likes Charley Redman He will be married to Miss Smith of Guston October 20 at 1040 a m at the Guston Presbyterian church Mr Redman was formerly ticket agent for tho Texas rail Â¬ road in this city but is now ticket agent He is well for the Texas at Irvington known in this city and is a brother-in-laof Mr W O Allen agent of the Freshest Fall Stock County Ever shown in the VESTS TODAY Come in and See Us IS 1 Fall Clothing Shoes Hats Notions in Large Quantities and Positively the Handsomest Styles and Best Qualities for the mdney that ever filled our shelves H 4i Texas at this place The rush on the Henderson route still continues Fall Dress Goods o Dry Goods mviNGTON t e I 0 O LOLA Hurt 3 0UsVaiO3I Rjm ha WW - rrrw r r rlrVvfl YMfffv W E BROWN Our line this Season Surpasses that of any former season la lief anus and Value pej n n -- T i wtr TrTlypWl4lJpllll3iPTVyT1T THE BREOKBNRIDGR NEiWS OLOYERPORT KY Breckenridge News 0 3 Ar7u Hever JKefkrfnMtea frrYOueneea nalek nraacirjRvliniialjnnf Whrnoi priTf flf Hall itlng INHUMAN MKNTHOI INHAI r headache KHf Imp thatthe one cure that nr rrnuinr and aeailfkneia ur of thU inhaler the f reateva Itlmnlant and preTcntatUe known Wondrrfnl r Ft and Aithma HTHITY CUftHII MAMM iNUAViKK and Totl will aTwayt Vy im If 7 e ft It M DrvarUU t4fflu fVw aftll to t t ftt4 for iuh a 1RD UBA CtSIIlil PRLOO TIHESlEft ftttllf going1 WEDNESDAY OOTOBEIt 1897 X DEMOCRATIC TICKET r lOR CXEItK COUHT OK APlEALSl SAM SHACKELFORD FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE JUDGE T R McBEATH FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY WEED S CHELF Fl STATE SENATOR EL1SHA ASHCRAFT v i ft Cm2 FUSION TICKET FOR REPRESENTATIVE u J H LENNIN TUDGE nie nt per cent saving ncroTvnnoin al most ovcry dopnrtment of human occupation wo nro gaining our economics usually by singlo units of percentage Surely nothing can bo of moro impo- Â¬ rtant mechanically than thorough lubrication Tho best of oil or tho roller bearing nt tho nxlo is nono too good ns nil nro ngrccd But to run tho wheel flno ly lubricated nt tho nxlo nlong tho aver- Â¬ age rough country road is to loso nt tho periphery far moro than wo Rnvo nt tho center It is wnsto nt tho bung whilo wasavo at tho spigot Tho success of tho railroad was in tho rail moro than in any other sluglo detail Now modes of locomotion aro now quito distinctly coming in Bight aud thoy wait for nothing moro neces sary to thoir ultimato success than tho universal smooth road to run on It is undoubtedly this moro than anything olso that is dovoloping tho motor car moro rapidly in Franco than with us A few flno asphalted nvenucs which ovory city can boast nro only nu aggra Â¬ vation It is tho worst pieco of road that tho vchiolo may havo to traverso and not tho best that will limit and do termino its satisfactory pperation and it is tho worst ronds tp which our ear- Â¬ liest attention should bo given tt must bo conceded that wo hnvo altogether too many of them Professor Sweets sug gestion as to tho widths of our roads is a valuable ono Of tho good roads that wo havo wo might havo had doublo tho length with half tho width for practically tho samo cost and grass and trees for tho rest of it to gladden our eyes in Â¬ stead of dust nud glaro to blind us Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ EUROPES HIGHWAYS SPLENDID SPECIMENS OF THE ROAD BUILDERS ART Oljert lessons of the Valuo of flood Knnris Ilullt For measure m Well nt Utility Much of Our Labor ami Money Hipeudetl on Roads It Wasted To tho advocates of good road tho progress lunoo in Europe is full of en curagoniout It wns nbout 1880 boforo Macndnin wni nblo lonrouso Scotch mid English sentiment in fnvor of his project Ho had no army of wheelmen at his back to encourngo him aud to com Â¬ pel tho publio to listen but whorover a mllo of Tuaondam road was built tho sharp contrast between it nnd tho Â¬ abca7b CURECOilSTIPATION 10 ALL lANDY CATHARTIC Delayed lijr a Washout Youro getting iu pretty late said tho Klondiker Yes said his pnrtnor I wns do lnycd by n big wnshout Having thus spoken ho exhibited 025 ounces of gold tho result of tho washout aforementioned Indianapolis Journal Approval Did you know snid tho man who TRAVEL DO YOU a trlpf to enftar rem tafca Do yon f t I 25 50 Montreal Can DRUGGIST5 orlNtw Tortu DABSOLUTELY GUAMnEEJ pit snj booklrt fry in KTKKMNO KKMKpT t Ojjrhlrsiro jitj affects erudition that Klondlko means deer river No wnsthoreply I didnt know it But with eggs selling nt 1150 apiece I should say that was au appro Â¬ priate namo Washington Star w w w 5 3X3 - Good Neat Printing Is just ns essential to success In business as your rating with any of the merchan tile agencies Write us for prices and All work samples guaranteed is Tarm Attractions MADE TABLETS rOHITIVEIiY CUIIE ME A MAN AJAX W 1 FOR COUNT W E MINOR FOR COUNTY CLERK A M HARDIN T A McGILL Deputy FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY GUS BROWN FOR CIRCUIT CLERK R S SKILL MAN FOR SHERIFF RICHARD OWEN Fleasare Itoads Tho Massachusetts highway commis- Â¬ sion makes pleasuro roads n secondary consideration in pursuing its work Yet oven pleasure toads can havo moro than rosthetio valuo to tho community JRural New England is rapidly becoming tho summer homo of rich people from tho south and west and theso pleasure seek Â¬ ers in buying property will give tho profcrenco to a region whero tho roads aro good either for driving or bicycling Work Not Talk Talk good times and you will have them Talk good roads nud you will havo to wait until thoy como uoxt century Owego N Y Record The Ceuntrr Roailn The pnthway of llfo may bo narrow and steep But tho road through the country Is steeper The pitfalls and imnros that bond us aro deep But the mud that surrounds us Is deeper Thero nro fenco rails for bridges and mud holes for drains And hard heads and bowlders for gravel And broken down buggies on hillsides and plains Qtvo warning Uko ghosts as wo travel Lank horses by work and abuso broken down Oaze at us from roadside and stable Young men reaching wistfully out through tho town Or seeking its portals when able Deserted farmhouses the fences decayed And tho breeze through tho weed patches blowing Where onco happy children rejoiced as they J FOR FOR JAILER D BEELER SCHOOLS FOR ASSESSOR REV GEO E MORRIS SUIT C Â¬ K HARMAN FOR SURVEYOR H JOLLY wretched ronds nbout it compelled pub Mo nttentiou nud npproval Telford tho Scotch engineer turned nsldo from his grcnt engineering projects and gnvo tho movement his powerful support In less thnu CO years tho gospel of good roads wns spread not only throughout Great Britain but through nil tho settled dis- Â¬ tricts nu tho continent Now good ronds of tho macndnin or telford typo nro everywhere writes C M Dickinson in Home Magazine Every day in tho year the peasant farmer of Europo can haul to market as heavy n load ns ho can draw across his thrashing floor Ho makes ono trip instead of two or thrco Thero is uo mud no stono working up to the surface His beast of burden am- Â¬ bles along easily instead of tho fret and strain from stono nnd rut nnd wabbling wagon and would doubtless sing his mnsters praiso if ho had tho power of speech given to tho beast ridden by Balaam Nor is tho good roads movement in Europe confined to highways that nro strictly ncccssnry It is as contagious as measles Tho governments aro taking it up aud building ozpensivo roads which must bo largely for tho special dolight of tourists A splendid road has just been finished from Sorrento Italy to Salerno fully 00 miles Except for n few iuconsidcrablo villages it runs along tho rocky nnd uuinhnbitablo coast of tho gulf of Salerno and much of tho road is cut through tho almost per- Â¬ pendicular limestouo cliffs that riso from 1000 to 2000 feet above tho sen CEMENT FLOORS FOR CORONER LEE BISHOP wanKYs fi vmruii 8k IK REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR REPRESENTATIVE JOHN P HASWELL JR FOR COUNTY JUDGE WM AHL FOR COUNTY CLERK played Hide and seek when the field corn was growing What Joy for the youth as his longings expand In his llfo so restricted and narrow Els prospect mid all opportunities grand But to follow the plow and the harrow -- L AW Bulletin A Novel Wuy to Catch Celt An interesting story concerning tho faculty for association of ideas in fishes comes from tho West Indies On ono of tho islands an old man was in the habit of assembling great numbers of eels near tho surface of tho water by tho simple dovico of striking ono pcbblo upon another thus producing n short sharp sound On account of this fac Â¬ ulty ho was for n long timo belioved by tho other natives to bo n sorcerer a reputation which he probably liked to havo for he mado no effort to avoid it nud it was by accident that it was dis- Â¬ covered that tho clinking of tho pobblea was always succeeded by tho throwing of brend and scraps of other food upon tho water Tho eels had becomo accus- Â¬ tomed to connecting tho two incidents nnd novor failed to appear in tho cer- Â¬ tainty of recoiving food when thoy heard tho sound of tho pebbles Unfortunately for tho confidence of tho eels in human naturo as soon as the natives discovered tho old mans tricks they imitated it to their own benefit and captured tho eels as fast ns they appeared Now York Commer- Â¬ cial Increased Buttle As tl0 season woro on there wns in- Â¬ creased bustle to bo noted throughout tho shopping section What man would say to tho new drapery could of course not yet bo guessed Meanwhile however woman was trying it on with great activity New York Press The Calf Path One day through the primeval wood A calf walked home us good calves should But made a trail all bent askew A crooked trail as alt calves do Blnco then two hundred years have fled And I infer tho calf is dead But still ho left behind his trail A DIHT nOAD IK ILLINOIS From L A W Bulletin OWEN CUNNiNHAM FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY R N MILLER FOR CIRCUIT CLEIIK SHERMAN BALL FOR SHERIFF 7 B BURTON FOR JAILER GUS SHELLMAN FOR ASSESSOR JOHN H COMER OR SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS v ANDREW DRISKELL FOR SURVEYOR CHINTZ ROYALTY FOR CORONER JOHN SPENCER SWV mm mm 1SVWk- W i Â¬ Professor Sweet in n rccout lssuo of American Mncliiuist has some Itrikiug snBgcstious to offer upon tho mbject of good ronds of onr lack nud Kir need of thorn in tho United States f some apparent reasons for oar dec encies and of the direction in which e remedy may lio If any better ruo nuip can find a moro pertinent and tlnotly mechanical topio or ono moro need of sound advico and able and nest advocacy wo do not know cro to find tho combination ought not to bo as it is Wo should need to say a word to our readers in ocacy of tho stcol ball or the stool it as an antifriction dovice and it Id seem a manifest absurdity for us ill attention to tho fact that tho tan nf tlin ball or roller docs not re in dither alono aud that smooth cosy running is not accomplished ny number of cither without snita paths to travol iii Tho accuracy of surfaces with which thoy ruovo in act is qito as csientlnl n part of arrangomont as aro tho balls or roll l themselves How Js it different with tho wheeled aiclo nud why Ehonld it bo any moro essary to say that tho wagon wheel ads a smooth surface to travel on than pay that tho ball bearing or tho roller iriug surfaces should bo truo nud ooth Our wheeled vehicles tho count tlirnnirh hnvn cost tlilo of RIOII07 1 tUn inifitii nf Mmlr nrnnnlslon QTO stly What if tho general cost of con- jvauco wero out in two nud one nan ifown nwny or tho speed of nil trafllo po proportionately lucreosear mis fid roads would surely aud nt onco permanoutly do for us Absolutely Clio 11 And thereby hangs a mortal talo Tho trail was taken up next day By a lone dog that passed that way And thon a wise bellwether shoop Pursued tho trail oer vale and steep And drew tho flock behind him too As good bellwethers always do And from that day oer hill and glade Through those old woods a path wis made And many men wound in and out And dodged and turned and bent about And uttorod words of righteous wrath Bocause twas such a orooked path But still they followed do not laugh Tho first migration of that calf And through the winding woodway stalked BecauiM ho wabbled when he walked This forest path became a lane Tliat bent and turnod and turned naala This prooked lane became a road Where many a poor horse with his load Tolled onbuneath the burning sun And traveled soma three miles In one And thus a century and a half They trod the footsteps of that calf The years passed on In swiftness fleet Tho road became a village street And this before men were aware A city a crowded thoroughfare Aud soon the central street was this Of a renowned metropolis And men two conturies and a half Trod In the footstep of that calf Each day a hundred thousand rout Followed the tlgzag calf about And oer bis crooked Journey went Tho trafllo of a contlnont A buudrcd thousand men were led By one calf tttar three centuries detd Chicago Trlbua In many places thero nro long tunnols through tho rock nnd in others tho mark of tho blasting drill whero tho rock has been torn from tho face of tho cliff is to bo seen fully CO feet nbovp the road This is ono of tho moststupeudous specimens of modern roadbuilding in Europo but something hardly less diffi- Â¬ cult nnd esponsivo is tho rond now in courso of construction by tho Swiss gov Â¬ ernment from tho Ithono glacier over tho Grimsel pass to tho lake of Brienz Tho road is already completed from Meiringen to Handegg falls perhaps 15 miles as fiuo nnd difficult n specimen of mnendnm nscan bo found anywhere and from Handegg to Bbono glacier hundreds of men nro nt work cutting their wny through tho rock over barren summits which nro always in or abovo the olouds whenover clouds nro in tho sky With tho object lessons in roadbuild- Â¬ ing which Europo presents why should not publio sentiment in this country be nppcnled to through every medium in favor of good roads What Europo has dono in tho last century America may do in tho next Tho obstacles of cost and magnificent distances will look less formidable as wo approach them In tho stato of Now York alono outsido of villages and cities moro than 3 000000 is oxponded annually in the so called repair nnd construction of roads Tho most of this immense sum is thrown away Expended under the direction of competent onglnoers it would build from GOO to 800 miles of tho best maoadatrrriuvumeut At this rnto how many yoars would it tako to embalm Macadam and Telford nud nil their wisdom undor every high way and covpnth in the state of New York And tho increased valuo of farms brought nearor to market in wot weather ps well as dry tho saving of timo and wear and tear on men and horses nnd wngons would moro than offset tho en Â¬ tire cost And why should not tho stnto prisons bo opened nnd tho convicts taught roadbuilding on tho European plan Superintendent Lnthrop reports that over 1000 prisoners are still out of cmploympnt What worthier work could bo given them than tho buildiugof good roads t Tho agitation for good roads should not bo confined to tho sovoral states Persist out nppoals Bbould bo made to tho geueral government Congress has u special warrant undor tho constitution to build ronds In 1700 an net of con Â¬ gress authorized a national roud from Baltimore to tho west It was built for GOO miles 80 feet wide witli broken stone 80 feet iu width on a stone foun- Â¬ dation through Pennsylvania Ohio and Illinois Though out of repair it is still a good rood It ought to bo extended at least to the Missouri river nud tho states through which it passes Bbould buid their macadam systems into this great national artery atretobiug acrora tho continent Â¬ In Ilorte Stables In Coachhouses and In Ilgpens A contributor to Tho Rural New Yorker vt ho has worked nmoug horse for tho past 30 yenrs writes in favor of cement floors Ho says I had my first stablo in Toronto nnd in nil that timo I never had nhorsolamo by standing on n hard floor Sovon years of this timo I spent in n horse regiment in tho British army nnd thero is nono but cobblestones grnnito blocks nnd eo ment floors No litter is allowed in tho stables from 0 n m to 630 p in nnd each horso gota only eight pounds of straw daily for bedding so you can guess what n nice soft bed that will givo him Their labor is of tho worst kind quick nnd hard for n short timo during drill nud then stand still In nil thnt timo I novcr knew n horso lnmo from stnndiug in tho stnble nud I novcr had ono sprained by slipping on tho cement and wo havo had nil thrco kinds of floor in different stables at tho samo place Tho last stablo floor I had in Stirling Scotland was cement stable coach houso and court and I never had nu easier place to keep or moro healthful stnbles Many privnte stnblcs in Great Britain havo been laid with glnzcd corrugated bricks Thoy mako n very nico floor but ns soon us tho surfaco is worn off thoy soon wear iuto holes nnd havo to be replaced I havo worked on farms whero they wero used iu tho cow barn aud woro excellent for that purpose I have had cement floor pigpens nnd when I let tho hogs outnudput tho hose on tho floor you could not tell by tho smell of tho placo thero had been n hog in it for n yenr A horso stablo with cement floor gives good sweet air to breathe and a wooden floor gives ammouin A cement floor is moro easily cleaned therefore likely to bo better cleaned A cement floor saves litter becauso it rotains no mois turo to be taken up by tho straw A cement floor saves tho urino aud tho vets bills A coment floor is vermin proof so it also saves tho corn crib An ammonia laden atmosphere and n nowly painted buggy mako n good pair Try them Â¬ Â¬ UimninTime ThetrttM ahowa Immediate mproTe- mentana enectf a CUKE nhere all other fall In- They its upon nauna tne granine Ajax 1 nave curea inotitanas ana win ear yon litre written guarantee to effect a euro CfiPTQ in each caw or refund tho money Prloe W U I wi per packagej or tU pkgea full treatment for tiff iir receipt of price Circular mall In plain orrItnpotnc7 Blepleflneieti canted by Abnso or other Kxcetae and Indie cretlonn Thru auUktu and turetit rtwtor Loat VitalUr In oldorronn tand ntamaaiortludr bailnMa or marriage nrl Vmmmntlon If Prerrmt Inunlt 4 XX Jverrowt iHseat Falling Mem Breckenridge News AJAX REMEDY CO ffiftTfi For Nnlo In Clovcrpnr Kjr by tc lluynca UriiKrlsti Short iSSsS At SisiSfssm IN lIAKDINSDURO the Law Office of V G BABBAGE Choi lyLowboard of fare Do you havo n bill J C BUSH D D S Cannellon Ind You Can Get A Deed Mortgage or any writ Â¬ Fnrmer McCnrthy No but I havo n billy goat Comlo Cuts llnchelor Thoughts When a woman isnt feeling sorry for somebody she is generally washing her A girls idea of heaven is n placo whero her hair is nlwnys as wavy as it is when she first takes out her curl papers Probably no woman could over ex- Â¬ plain why she always trundles her baby enrringo on tho loft sldo of tho pave- Â¬ ment Somo men nro so closo that if they went fishing thoy would hold tho hook way out of tho wntcr for fenr tho fish would nlbblo tho bait Now York Press Atltnntnccs Do yon not think fho student of social problems was nuking that tho lack of fortuitous advantages rather Office on 6th St Dentistry In all Us Branches p actlced and all operation performed In the molt skillful manner at prices to ault the timet Crown and Bridge Work a specialty extracted Positively Without lain Teeth hair 7Iot Complete Jlcntul ltooiua in Southern Indiana ten Instrument drawn Bent bay or sell a piece of land Collections made and remit ances prompt Copying done on the Cali graph the best type writer in the world t t t t Jl897J -- rnr 6 78 I m S1897J V DAVIESS COUNTY FAIR TO BE HELD than inborn wickedness is responsiblo for most of theso men being hero Tho warden of tho prison inclined his head Beyond n doubt ho answered earnestly Thero is hardly a thief in my charge who with wealth and posi- Â¬ tion nud culturo might not havo been n kleptomaniac Detroit Journal Trlilo or Station Mr Forundrcd proudly Note this magnificent business block I own ovcry foot of tho ground on which it stands and it is from this thnt I derivo my in- Â¬ come Old Gent Ah yes I remember this locality very wolll It was here your grandfather had his junkshop Now York Weekly OCTOBER 5 m and 9 m u I OWENSBORO KY DrC II t Vs7 m d OPPICEES TODD President F T GUNTHER Vice Prest P T WATKINS Treasurer Cost of Growing Corn Tho cost of growing corn is tho sub Â¬ ject of n series of nrtiolca in American Agriculturist Theso contain runny points af interest In an investigation made in eight corn growing states it appears that moro than two thirds of tho labor necessary to tho production of the crop as performed by tho owuors of tho crop and their families Tho pro- Â¬ portion howovcr varies widely in tho different states In Kentucky for ox amplo 75 per cent of tho labor was hired whilo in Indiana only 20 per cent and iu Iownonly 13 por cent wus hired tho rcmniuder being prosecuted by members of tho families reporting the tests Tho average rato of monthly wages paid laborers employed in tho eight states was 1501 including board nnd 23 without board The dif- Â¬ ference 000 represents tho estimntcd monthly cost of innintennuco Tho rate of wngos paid monthly with board was reported as follows Kentucky 1150 10 Illinois Ohio 1540 Indiana 1700 Iowa 1875 Missouri 1420 Kansas 1025 Nebraska 1744 Mammoth Clover Tit For Tat Dear said Mrs Grouoh as sho showed lior lord and master n picture of u hat with n pretty womans faco un der it I wish you would got mo n hat like thnt Ill bo glad to grunted old Grouch if you will only get n faco liko that Cincinnati Euqnirer Â¬ J W CARTER Secretary LARGE SrEOIAL PREMIUMS hnvo always hecn tho mriin feature of tho Fair and have always assured its hcing a success The finest stock in This Kentucky Indiana nnd Illinois compete for them years premiums arc up to tho standard of former years I ookljiir Ahead Dewtoll Secrus rather contradictory his swearing to ruin tho institution and then leaving it n million iu his will dont it Knowall Not n bit Itll bankrupt thorn defending tho will New Yoik Journal During th Uoneyinoon Slit What wns tho first thing you thought after you had proposed to mo Do I thought what n fool been to over hnvo any doubt that youd say Yes considering tho way you jumped at tho chauco Cleveland Leader SPEED RINGS The races nro contests to eucourago tho development of tspced qualities Trickery will Je dehnrrcd nnd close and fair contests will ho exacted BICYCLE RACES Every raco will ho No loafing on tho hack stretdhj and tho hoys Hint win will hnvo to git up nnd git A new feature is tho Bicycle Hacc6 first class Id THE FLORAL HALL And Machinery Department will he as attractive ns it Can he made Every department will ho filled to its utmost Bring tho products of your farm garden- - dairy your paint- Â¬ ings needle and fancy work Tho BEST BAND of MUSIC has always heen ohtaincd Look out for NEW FEATURES No intoxiennts sold or gambling allowed on tho grounds Apply to tho Secrotnry for Premium Lisits or general in- Â¬ formation to TA Pedloy for privileges to Jas Keeloy for bicyclo raco information A Sensible Fad About tho moat sensible fad ou record is that of tho mau who is collecting pictures of Gcorgo and Martha Washing- Â¬ ton Ho confines himself to thoso print- Â¬ 1 ed on tho now bills Somerville Journal Â¬ Mammoth clover seems to mo infe Â¬ rior to medium red clover both for hay nud fertilizing purposes But when meadow is desired and somo clover is wanted with the timothy tho first year to add fertility to tho soil the Mam moth nicks in bettor with tho timothy Tho foregoing than docs tho medium is from tho pen of a writer in Tho Nu tional Stockman Uo adds The latter ripens too early and ouo hardly knows when to cut to get tho best results Tho clover grows worst aud tho timothy better for thrco weeks after tho former comes iuto bloom Tho Mammoth ripons Inter nud ns it docs not lodge badly aud damage when mix Â¬ ed with timothy makes n moro desirn bio mixed hay than tho earlier clover There Js not howovcr tho samo valua- Â¬ ble aftermath for tho soil to form n inuloh for the roots the uoxt winter nud help insuro n good yiold of timothy tho next yenr Â¬ Ills Dream I drcinp a dream tho other night Mien t L C I dremp I saw Susnnnah dear A comln down the hill Sho sat upon n fly In whocl And oil she was u sight I Bhn woro such bloomers that I foil Bight oat of bed In fright Denver Post all around was still OWENSBORO KY J W CARTER Sect -- DR MENDENHALLS IMPROVED 9 9 CHE AI FB7BR CUBE t t - fcASTISr ii - mi r Til S -- agr oa2VPCROAV i fr5RTClI2reivJik Hotsl In thw crtu The Sugar Ileet Simple but KSfoctlT lllfcer Half Bald tho understand why n mans wife is bacholor olork culled tho bettor half said the married You would clerk if you bad to divide your salary Cincinnati Enquirer with cue The I ennuot l- m n i - VroinL i GOOD WUD i uareereu Wtat leoame of that youug fellow who was sowing the wind a few yean J p loyi A ryuuieut JW UulletU fceedwl to show go A cyclone reaped him jposwl- - New York Joorual the unprofitableness of baling hay be fore it cured to it ly but is sufficiently uo effect pack safe Â¬Â¬ for pro it seems to ducers and skippers still persist iu pit o If you have ever sees a little child in ing Bach hay on the market notwith Â¬ constant Kdvjce to tho con Â¬ a paroxYMD of whooping cogb or if standingHay trary baled wjtbou first going yoa have bees annoyed by a eoWaat through Ut bwt wiU inevitably ef tickling U the throat you can appjwt oat of condition acoordijig tqTbe Hay aU the yalu of Om MlnuU Cough Our Tradt Journal Wpttfara produpwa are lUf Short k mora iueluMd to thU fault than are which give quick astern farmers HaynM Wouldnt you really No Id just pass spoago ovor Clevolaud Plain Dealer off All the fellahs are shaving off thoir muaUwches dont you know Do yoa thiuk Id look bettab with iniuo off Well I hardly think Id shave it At tho nnnunl convention of agricul Â¬ tural colleges nud experiment stations held in Minneapolis rccoutly Dr Wiley of tho department of agriculture Wash ington read n paper on beet sugar pro- Â¬ duction iu which ho said Localities whero tho temperature av- Â¬ erages 70 degrees or over during tho months of Juno July aud August nro thoso iu which tho beet can be most suc- Â¬ cessfully grown Upon n tract of 1000000 acres it is possible to produco nil the sugar needed iu the United States Dr Wiloy dwelt ou tho chief difficulty in beet sugar production iu this country namely n knowledgo of tho proper methods of raising tho beets There is no lack of capital to engage iu the manufacture It is simply a question of educntion Â¬ tecw OUAIUNTEED TO CURE And Malaria In all Forms Tasteless Nona genulno without the above picture and the signature of J O Mendenhall rnwwun ffl rituii4SSjp ri AvjiJSsi M itw y - feu i svTlle Kr BOOK EEEPHICJ SHOST CHILLS BO AND FEVER LMtM7tm BRYANT No Good Prloo oonts at all Dealers PREPARED ONLY DY Who desires to better his or her condition in life should writo fot tho Cataloguo of tho 400 THIHD BTHEBT LOUISVILLE wpna lIkllD TELEORArEY miMANEHir ETC in JT O EVANSVILLE MENI3NIIiXX IND HAYNES STRATTON K SSgii Sold by SHORT 1 i BaUd Hay Muoh has been said heretofore about Â¬ Health Depends Upon WINTERSMITHS third of a century During Your Teeth Being in Order has never to drive out impurities all a failed- blood The Time Tested Certain cure Tor scrofula pimples boils iu fact the time tested spring medicine Sold by druggists and marcpanU everywhere ai We fully realize your thoughts when the id of having dental work done comes but nevertheless they must have attention and the sooner the tatter We are prerwred to do your work with a gwuiMite to give satisfaction at exceedingly low price - a SARSAPARILLA We will be at Irvingtoo- on Wednesday and Thursday after the fourth Monday of each month It is to your interest to consult us HABDIN A WILD1R BnuscUnburg Ky 0 r greasariEk I 1 - fJP qraaTiy IMrf Ilq NCSHSSSOBSBBSISBHHHHBHIIH j wcicrjBnywjj ttSkTT Pfw1 if 7flwwwpifpwppwpjwBww 1 m i - - - - r - i - - THE BRElOKKNRIIDGR NRWS OLOYHRPORT KY sheep he is ready to put dollars In your leader from Chicago will have charge Wide Open pockots of n large and well drilled chorus Every Â¬ That wnii can get anything ho wants Poison from poison ivy chestnut body Interested in Christian work should in hero without monoysald tho wait Â¬ WEDNESDAY OOTOBKR 0 1897 Steimtait Agents Wharfnasftrs er ns n little man loft tho cafo carrying leaves tea made strong is one of the attend this meeting Bfgln now to plan for It Interest your a box of cigars new remedies It Is also good for whoop- Â¬ CLBVErTPSRT KENTUCKY Hows that an old friend ASSOCIATION friends and come prepared to enjoy every ing cough No It wns this way The boss had of the time Ahearty welcome The Fifth Magisterial District Teachere cook poultry tho day ills killed moment Never Local Agenti been running this joint a long timo Association met at Ouster September 18 It should bang from two or three days to is extended to all in His name nnd ho didnt know what tho troublo Mrs F W Floyd Chmn was first class location and everything 1897 Homestead Fertilizer Genpany anil a woek In cold weather and nt least a bang up but people- would pass us by Tho llouso was called to ordor by Supt day in summer Standard Oil Genpany Did You Ever and wo couldnt pull cm in Ono day Driskell alter which he gave a short talk A hog in tho torment of itching with Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your this littlo fellow comes nlong nnd nsks expressing his gratitude in meeting tho out the pleasure of scratching seems Delicti in f how business is Tho boss tolls him tho teachers therein their educational organ very uncomfortable Set up a post for troubles 7 If not get a bottle now and truth Do on tho bum says ho City Basil Blinds Yellow Pine Floor Its Doom Kansas get relief This medlclno has been found ization lie impressed upon the teachers him to rub upon you know why asks tho man No Ing and Celling Weather Boarding to be peculiarly adapted to tho relief and says tho boss the importance of their attending these yon says tho Ill tell boss r Dont leave your machinery out In the cure of all femalo complaints exerting Shingles Bait IJ me Coment Colorado Pacific Goast we tit meetings and the good that might be de- Â¬ field where you last uasd It Put it un man nnd ho shows tho how tho r Lathe Plaster Plastering giving door is too narrow nnd how you hnvo a wonderful direct iniluencd in rived therefrom Mr Driskell is an shelter in good ordor so it will be ready strength and tono to the organs If you to turn n corner to got in and how Hair Flow IlandloB Utah Omaha earnest worker in tho cause of education for use when wanted again vv i Y bicbBricks Etc thcro is n big sign nnd a railing in havo Lots of Appetite Constipation Ho spares neither time nor labor for its sick young apple trees Headache Fainting Spells or are Ner- Â¬ tho wny nnd tho cashiers desk blocks If you havo any Paul Nebraska St advancement Estimates Furnlohed for Buildings and tho window and you cant seo tho The Welcome Address was given by in your orchard hotter grub them out vous Sleepless Excitable Melancholy tables from tho walk Well tho boss Building Material now and replace them with healthy or troubled with Dizzy Spells Electric Mr George Harned Mr Harncd gave Â¬ Black Hills spends a lot of ones Do it now before winter sets in Bitters is the medicine you need Health thing different money and fixes every Off It an excellent talk setting forth many good to makes a wido door as VIA A hog is an all round feeder Every Â¬ and strength aro guaranteed by its uso you bco and puts tho tables so you can ideas to the teachers present Impressing Jori tocy Fifty cents and 100 at A It Fisher look at the clean linen from tho walk upon their minds very distinctly that thing is grist which goes to his mill i urejj uj and you wouldnt beliovo it bnt tho they are now training tho future citizens grass from tho lawn weeds his daily Drug Store pcoplo just flocked in in droves nnd bread and any kind of grain his meat of our county who ore long shall bear the VESTIBULED TRAINS kb Nr wovo been on Easy streot cvor since A Good Word for Bro Campbell cross of the old patriots who are con- Â¬ Preparations must be made for a tight LV or Now York people llkoawidoopen game SLEEPERS DINING GARS Hopklntville Kentucklan stantly passing from among us He cor-Â¬ hog house against tho wind and the n and thoy wont go ngainst anything dially welcomed the teachers to the town cold of the near by season A little time Public sentiment in this city docs not dark Now York Telegram CHAIR CARS C to their firesides and to their kind hospi- and a few nails will save barrels of feed endorse tho action of the Methodist Con- Â¬ r M RUOQ TRAV PASSR AQENT ST LOUIS Ma tality which was largely shown on that and increase profits Croup Quickly Cured ference in expelling Rev Geo F HOWARD ELLIOTT QINL Man ST LOUIS Ma day Campbell on account of his domestic Keep the cellar nice and clean Use a Mountaik Glks Auk Our children LuVWAKCLEYaCNLPA9SRAaTSTLOUISMa 0 H Moorman responded in behalf little white wash and lime A good cel- Â¬ troubles Tho testimony was not of a were suffering with croup when we re- Â¬ of the teachers expressing their thank- Â¬ lar is the best paying room on the farm very convincing character to an outside ceived a bottle of Chamberlains Cough fulness for the kindness and hospitality It is the place for potatoes turnips ap- Â¬ observer Husband and wife were ar- Â¬ Remedy B V BEARD Freildint It afforded almost instant HAYNES shown them whllo in their midst WILL MILLER Vlca Pruldnt This celebrat- Â¬ Sold by SHORT ples pumpkins and canned fruits pro rayed agalnBt each other on a question relief F A Tiiokktok II BEARD Oaihler of veracity each flatly denying the ed remedy is for Bale by A R Fisher After a few interesting and enthusias vided It is kept clean and airy com- Â¬ Cloverport and R A Shellman Steph- Â¬ tic talks the association adjourned to THE HAUGHTY HALLBOY Late tomato plants witli green fruit on statements of the other and the meet at 1 30 p m O W BEARD I should bo pulled up by the roots and put mittee chose to believe Mrs Campbell ensport And Iloir He Wm Impertinent With the -- Dlrtor although her own fathor wrote a letter The teachers met promptly at the hour In a shed MORRIS ESKRIDQK cellar or green house By do- Â¬ Wrong Man j It M JOLLY In Mr Campbells interest There was appointed for the beginning of the after- ing this you All Figured Out can have fresh tomatoes for OldMun Is this thoofflco of Tho public no evidence to corroborate noon work Mr Driskell being called two or Yes said the young man with tho Clover- Â¬ threo weeks after tho out door made charges of cruel treatment and the squaro chin I am going to Klondiko Dally Breeze sizing away on other business Trof J II Hos crop is her INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Hallboy him up Youve gone klnson presided over the meeting The friends of the deposed minister here at or thereabout I may got rlohcr than hit it The cigar is yours Â¬ Ground that is to be set with straw- the home of his childhood are unwilling I am here nnd if I die I wont dio any work was opened with a song by the OM I want to eco tho manngin choir Miss Iva Board presiding at the berries next spring should have a dress- to believe that Mr Campbell merited deader than I would if I staid at editor la roar betiltb Yonrlmpplnes Is your trenKth Indianapolis Journal ing of manure plowed under now the severe sentenco inflicted upon him homo Keep the Ileiul nnil Thront clenr ana heitltbr organ The attendance in the afternoon II B I am tho inanogln editor nl ease and rnnrmlnilnnil hriOn l Rlwimntre Horse stable manure that has heated is It is not claimed that he over struck his OM Why wh what aro you out CJIJBIMIAVSSlEvrilOIINIIAIEKljlbe was large more of the teachers coming Chills aro a bad sign Chills portend in tho hall for relief to mankind In nil head troubles first rate and if a big crop of berries is wife yet he was convicted of brutal treat- Â¬ Jreatnt GOTUM NO UK TIIIIOAT OA in and quite a number of visitors being the oncoming of serious diseases They ofCntnrrh dli TAK1CII That awful odor In H B Really old man that is my Hut ereraua appenn bT lt n Wonderful present May Co ment of a mysterious nature not made precedo pneumonia inflammation of tho The people around Custer wanted do not spare it ABtbinn business but I dont mind glvin awny nrilUY It OMIY CUSHMANS Keep the leaves raked up and every public He was not accused of unfaith- Â¬ Bf Dnilttt t4 for II free If j tiit ill manifested largely their interest In edubowels and many other dangerous dis- Â¬ tho snap Im out hero becauso its rad for Hook nail 10 nnlt Blkl OANNELTON IND cation and showed that they were willing thing tidy about the house yard If the fulness or of violating the penal laws or eases They should never be neglected cooler Seo ctsiiau uma co tisciusis isu us a to lend a helping hand and to co operate men cant find time to do it but any good the ten commandments yet ho was held Dr Bells Pepermlnt Chill Tonic cures smiling queerly OM Youro husband or son will take time then do to bo guilty of immorality with his with the teachers in their noble work them It tastes like mint candy All powerful young to havo such a position With the exception of the work assign Â¬ it your self A little out door exercise own wife upon testimony of the most druggists guarantee it II B This is gottin to bo a young mans country Now old man what ed one or two of tho teachers who were will be a pleasant and healthy change sensational character and unfit for pub- Â¬ can I do for you Speak up qnick for absent the programme was carried out from the housework lication The actual charges are not The Brute my timo is limitod in full also some additional subjects Dont kill your sheep until they aro known but tho Importance given to Mr Benedict Remarkable people OM Writin editorials I suppose were discussed by the association fat And dont offer n poor one for sale them raises some new questions in re- Â¬ tho ancient Jows great strength conH B I suppose I urn but you need Â¬ The work by the teachers was inter Â¬ Get a reputation for having and selling gard to ministers and their family rela- tinually breaking bread not let it keep you awako any What spersed by some excellent music furnish the best beef and mutton and youll havo tions Mr Campbells reputation here Mrs Benedict graduate of cooking you want Gon to udvertiio for board- Â¬ Breaking bread by Miss Iva Board to whom the teachers no trouble in disposing of your stock has always been good As boy and man school ers down nt your form Mr Benedict Yes I wonder what OM Not a bad idee but I didnt all feel grateful for her assistance in their Get the buyers to run after you and not he had tho respect and confidenco of all thoy used to break it with Now York como for that meeting you alter the buyers who knew him If he is not a conseSunday Journal H B Well what did you como for Trains leave Loniavllle as follows The day was pleasantly spent by all Dont let tho colts get thin before bring Â¬ crated christian and a devout man of Do you want to find out how to romovo The work of the meeting being finished ing them up for tho winter If the pas- Â¬ God the people here havo been wonder- Â¬ SW Weak eyes are made strong dim vision freckles without n knifo BA O St LouisRAILWAY Cincinnati and the and the Wast the association then adjourned to meet tures are not good enough give them fully deceived in him is made clear styes are removed and OM No fer I genly sanpapcr No 1 8 again at Constantino Oct 10 97 to which some extra feed to insure them coming No to No 16 granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind em off 8 33am a 35am Si Louis Fy Co 2 4Spm Louisville Henderson Lv Louiivlla all of the teachers are cordially invited in winter quarters in fine condition It A few weeks ago the editor was taken may be speedily nnd effectually cured by H B Well maybo yonvo got an 605pm Ar Cincinnati 645am 1155am 3 55pm it 05pm Ar Columbus 1115am to attend articlo on Haow to Keep Hogs to will cost much less to winter them be- Â¬ with a very severe cold that caused him the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve b 15pm 7 35am Ar Pittsburg aoam The teachers of Breckenridge county sides they will develop much moro to be in a most miserable condition It Its put up in tubes and sold on a guar- Â¬ Homo Ar Washington 6som n 2opm Time Card In Effect June 20 07 1 Baltimore 7 50am Ar OM Mebbo I have You might are being aroused as to tho responsibil Â¬ style was undoubtedly a bad case of la grippe antee by all dealers 10 15am Ar Philadelphia 3 40 pm read it an ask fer a holiday is 3onn 5 55pm Ar New York No 41 No 4 No 46 ity resting upon them in their work and East Hound If cholera breaks out in tho herd and recognizing it as dangerous he took Ar Boston 3 oopm 9 05pm H B Dont git Bossy old man are beginning to work jnore earnestly jwparato Located immediate steps to bring about a speedy Lv St Louis 7 5Cim 8Mpm Nraln No 16 has elepant Pullman Buffet Parlor What do you want the wplLJrom the sick not th Bvansville 063am 220jm 247m Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and than ever before Guessing---Riche- s Mrs havo wings From the advertiooraent of sick from the well OM I want to find out why offico On removing tho cure Henderson 240 310 715 dining cars Cinctnnvti to Washington Baltimore they say I wonder what tho wings look boys air apt to bo bo pert on as Tho True Teacher who is interested bpottMille 738 Philadelphia and New York without change 37 328 I seo well from the sick placo them on a part Chamberlains Cough Remedy and tho 4 00 Owentboro 818 341 Train No 18 haselrgantrullihan PartorCarto like in education and who feels that the my son tho managin editor is jest 9 II JIawesvillo 450 440 of the farm where no diseased animal many good recommendations included Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dinlog Guessing If you really want to Cloverport future happiness of his pupils depends 510 945 603 cars Cincinnati to New York without change has been Burn those that die as it is therein we concluded to make a first know my dear take a look at tboso on comin out o tho offlco I guess Ill ask 1007 btephensport 525 522 Train No ao has sleepers to Cincinnati open at upon their training in early childhood him Hello sonl 5 67 1045 Irvinglon 603 9 oclock to receive passengers the only sure method of destroying the trial of tho medicino To say that it was xour new bounet Now York Trnth 11 12 0 21 Brandenburg1 617 Managing Editor Hello fathcrl feels it his indispensible duty to contrive satisfactory in its results is putting it 1235pm 745 ArrLouisville- 739 St Louis Springfield and the West germs Como inside every means of better teaching and to Bucklens Arnica Salve very mildly indeed It acted like magic No 16 No o No 44 No 4I No 43 No 45 Good butter is always In demand Ullygcol Guess Ill go down HB West Hound Lv Louisville a 35am 8 aopm 8 33am aid his pupils in acquiring such an edu and the result was a speedy and per Â¬ The Best Salve in the world for Cuts in tho composin room an cool off 640pm Ar bt Louis t33onn 713am Our merchants always havo a place for Louisville 7f0im 450pm 823pm Ar Springfield cation as will make them more fit for life 8 40pm manent cure Wo have no hesitancy in Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe Â¬ Charles Battoll Loomis in New York Iy Ilrandenbure 9 33am 6jJ 861 93J ever pound of good butter If you only North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 Is a m and more worthy of love and respect Irymjton 962 915 643 recommending this excellont Cough ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ Sunday World daily 7 20 1021 9 61 make a pound make it good and seo Remedy Stephensport IMght education prepars one for life it Charlestown accommodation leavea at 5 30 p m to anyone afflicted with a cough blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions 10 8 1011 Cloverport 739 except Sunday 8C4 1025 1068 Ilawesvill supplies opportunities of self culture it how easy it is to sell it Get up a repu- or cold in any form Tho Banner of and postively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ Trains Nov 16 30 and 44 have elegant day coaches 9 05 1148 1135 Owensboro can bring the budding mind in contact tation for making good butter and there Liberty Libertytown Maryland The quired It is guaranteed to give perfect 1217pm 947 bpottsvfile 1223am Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis 10 10 12 5 1240 Henderson THAINS ARRIVE with the formed and more matured mind will always be standing orders with your 25 and 60 cent sizes for sale by A R satisfaction or money refunded Price 1040 Evansvill 115 115 25 cents per box Fob Sale by A R Front East 7 33 am 1315 noon 640 pm 7 32 720 and it can open to the learner the door grocer for it This is a grand month for Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman Fisher Arrbt Louis am 330 a m 1335 From West 7 a a m 11 15 p m 6 40 p m into tho vestibule of the great library of making butter Try your hand Stephensport A I trains run through Solid to Eyanivllle City The ordinary farmer who has some the worlds wisdom Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all Mala Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and Unsympathetic streets Depot Seventh and river Louisville Ky Oct 5 1897 train between St Louis Kvantville and LouisThen the teachers seeing and knowing rough pasture land can with a very I have no home the loiterer sighed Certain on One lolnt For detail Information regarding rates time on ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at lrvlneton for connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc The doughty mlUlonalro replied slight outlay keep a flock of from twenty Fordsville and llardintburs daily except Sunday the great benefits derived from an educa- Â¬ Shippers should mark all packages plainly No suid the youngish man I do II S BROWN address It you hod one twould make yon Woe A II C SIOIl DUE A G tion may they spare neither time nor to fifty sheep and realize a handsome not know whether values havo shrunk District Tats Ticket Agent B O S W Ity What the assessor did to you Louisville Ky with Uppers name and post office address 4th and Main Louisville Ky Washington Star in tho last threo decades or not because profit on the outlay No batter county labor for the advancement of their work or J M CHKSSBROUGH BUTTKR and may each and every one attend than right hero in Breckenridge for tho I was too young 30 years ngo to notice Moments are useless if trifled away General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio Ofcoiee G B WARKKL IS ft 18 Assistant H L St L ily Fordsville Branch business Sheep can be turned into But I do know that circus olephants are and they are dangerously wasted if con- Â¬ Medium country every association held within their res- Â¬ General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio 70 8 not half pective district and may they aid ln the money most any tim 3 All yoa have to were thenho big nud imposing as they sumed by delay In case where One Min- Â¬ Creamery 18 22 Cincinnati Enquirer organization and become regular attend do is to let it be known that you have a ute Cough Cure would bring Immedlato TIME TABLE No 10 xaas few good ones and the buyers will bo Fresh era of tho County Teachers Association IS Those who believe chronic diarrhoea relief Short A Haynea TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 1807 FEATHERS to be incurable should read what Mr P J W Tkent Sec right after them WestHound Trains Bast Bound Train Excellent pickled cucumbers Put E GriBbarn of Gaars Mills La has to It is not n true apology for nuy coarso Prime white goose- Mixed Dally Dally Dally Dally fifty cucumbers in an earthern or stono say on tho subject viz Thoreau Old I have been a ncss to eay that it is natural ex Sun ex Sun Hows This STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun No 5 Nol No 2 Ho No 1 daek vessel add half a pint of salt and pour suffer from chronic diarrhoea ever since We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward over boiling water 1060am Lv Irvinvton Ar 9o0am Wind pnffs up empty bladders opin Â¬ POULTRY enough to cover the war and have tried all kinds of medi- Â¬ 8 00 Garfield 1125 Safety for any case of Catarrh that can not be Comfort 3 Hens per lb Socrates 1140 7 42 Harned them Let them stand over night then cines for it At last I found a remedy ion fools Spring Chlokens per doi 1147 a 7S7 Junction cured by Halls Catarrh Cure wipe dry and orrange in largo Btone that effected a cure and that was Cham- Â¬ llardlnsburg1155 7 27 6u Small precautions often prevent great Daeki per lb F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 crocks Boil sufficient vinegar to 12 10pm 7 17 Junction a cover berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea mischiefs De Witts Little Early Risers Geeie per doi Louisville and 12 25 Kirk 7 02 We the undersigned have known F J them Just before 12 35 Jolly 650 it bolls throw in for Remedy POTATOES This medicine can always be are very small pills in size but are most 12 65 Glendeane 630 Cheney for the last fifteen years and be Â¬ every two quarts of vinegar per barrel new 2C03 2 25 Dempster half an depended upon for colic cholera morbus effective in preventing the most serious Irlih La 1C5 620 New lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus ounce of mace an arPallsltoughlv 605 120 ouncs each of black dysentery and diarrhoea It is pleasant forms of liver and stomach troubles Sweet potatoeiper bbl 1 45 60 Dempster 6 44 iness transactions and financially able to 6 38 155 Itockvale peppercorns and mustard seed and a to take and neyer fails to eflect a cure They cure coi stipation and headache From itore 2 to 5 cti higher 2 05 Fast Mall Ltno Between 5 f0 lluth carry out any obligations made by their horseradish not sliced Pour this over Navy Beam per buihel 25 and 50 cent sizss for Bale by A R and regulate the bowels 215 Asklm 5 25 firm the cucumbbrs boiling hot and when Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman HOOTS 2 30 Oaks 6 10 Mitchell Glnieng Louisville West Truar Wholesale Druggist Tole- Â¬ cold tie up and keep in a cool place Evansville f tephensport A lending geographical authority Senlca Snake 26 m ArKnrHsTilleLv BOCam 21 r do 0 Walding Kinnan A Marvin claims that there aro 100 mountains in Pink IS BTEAMEUS The Grandest Remedy Yellow Wholesale DruggistsToledo Ohio 29 tho United States which exceed 10000 Loulsyllfe H endersonSt Lculs DyCo What Ho Wu About Wild dinger S Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal Â¬ feet in height E G EAGON Mr R B Greeve merchant of Chill Magistrate You were scorching sir Lady Slipper 5 ly acting directly upon the blood and howio Va certifies that he had con- Â¬ May Apple P M Ryan Maiter W A Bishop Purser Culprit No sir I was just Betting 2K The Bicyclists Best Frlond is a fa Â¬ Blood mucous surfaces of the system Trice sumption was given up to die sought tho pace for n bioyolo cop Philadel 3H j miliar name for DeWltts Witch Hazel TARASCON FIELD SEEDS 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggist all medical treatment that money could phia North American Salve always ready for emergencies Timothy per buihel D L Penny Matter 140 XaUlua- - Effect L T Conner Parser Testimonials free procure tried all cough remedies he also instant Â¬ Clorer per buihel While a specific for piles 4 00 Stop drugging yourself with quack nos Â¬ ly relieves and cures cuts it bruises salt Orlmion Clorer per buihel ISO At 630 aclck A H Sunday Haj 30 3897 could hear of but got no relief spent TELL CITY trums or cures SO Get a well known rheum eczima and all affections of the Bed Top pej buihel many nights sitting up in a chair was Farm Notes Orohard Qrau per buihel 120 W Bound Traim skin It never falls Xail Bound JValn R II Ballard Matter W fl NewbellParier pharmaceutical remedy that will do the Blue Oram fanoy per buihel 85 Blanket your horses if you wish to induced to try Dr Kings New Discov work Catarrh and cold in the head Blue Oran extra per buihel 41 D STAGGS 42 ery and was cured by use of two bottles 43 keep their coats sleek and short 41 Onion Beti Yellow per buihel The Under Dog Mail will not cause suffering if Elys Cream 2 SO Mall For past three years has been attending STATIONS Expri Expr White 3 50 Exprs Kxprs Dally ezoept Saturday betweaa LosUrllle Man will always sympathizo with A pigs snout should never furrow to business and Bays Dr Kings New Balm is used Druggist will supply 10c tho under dog unless ho owns tho other SIDES and Hew Amiterdam Dally Daily Dally Dally ground which the plow can turn trial slzo or 50c full siz We will mall Green good Discovery is tho grandest remedy ever dog 4f0pm 7 30am IvUnn ptar 12 Jlnm Freight shipped by this line dallrer ed quick Adams Freeman Dry Salt good 13 U Dont look after your neighbors busi- Â¬ made as it has dono so much for him it 603 7 48 Kentucky St 12 20 er than by rail UVU 16 UWt MMIttl Ml IV 5 3f 818 West Point II 50am ELY BROS 50 Warren St N Y ness more than you do your own No man or woman can enjoy life or Sheep iklnt 6 40 50 8 SI and also for others in his community Travelers will find the steamers ara unur Howard 1145 548 821 WUlowdale 1185 WOOL The best way to dispose of your grain Dr Kings New Discovery is guaranteed City accomplish much in this world while pasted in equipment and accoMMoeUUotn 553 8 35 Rock Haven 1128 Tub waihed Rev John Reld Jr of Great Falls suffering from a torpid liver 37 8 42 Long- Branch 600 The best culinary are employed McoSsfand is through the stomach of your animals for Coughs Colds and Consumption It 1121 DeWilts Irene fine 8 61 601 H 10 Brandtnburir 112 Mont recommended Elys Cream Balm Little Early Risers the pill he menu Jt equal to that of the bitt fcSSK 8 69 11 M 618 that cleanses Burry Kkron Horses like men are happier after a dont fall TrialbottlofreoatAlt Fish to me U I can emphasize his statement that organ quickly 626 907 Black Guston 1063 General offices 176 and 178 4tTATeflue gool meal Hunger does not encourage ers Drugstore Irvinglon 10 4 J 03 915 Burry and CoU 10 QU It Is a positive cure for catarrh if used Louisville 6 61 9 21 10 ST Webster a good temper MISCELLANEOUS 669 9 31 Lndlburg1021 as directed Mora Appropriate Rev Francis W Pool T T nniTtir Tallow -a 707 932 Pierce 1020 The Christian Endeavors Fall calves must be cared for carefully JfrWsMlTI Pastor Central Pres Church Helena Lots go to the mountains Beeiwax SainnlA 9 43 712 015 r fBBHML Pre oupix 720 961 they make the most of themselves Stephensport 0 07 Sorghum Molaiiei if Owbnsboho KvSept 27 U7 To tiik Mont But I havo nothing to wear 30 O Y William TVfX tISBB 7 2l 956 Addison 10 02 Then I suppose well hnvo to go to Seo that they nave a dry bed FLOUR EniTon 9 54 The Christian Endeavors of 727 Holt 960 High grade patent 1011 7 39 OwmikOfSpKyfy the seashore Cloverport 0 15 Chicago Post 945 Encourage the children to gather a Owensboro are very busy preparing for A Burccition 7 43 1014 Straight Patent Shops 9 40 5 JO 1025 Sklllman 927 LowUradei of nuts They will holp to the Eighth Annual State Convention quantity Wheelaway 4 00 Theres one way by 8M 1035 Haweivllle Running sores Indolent ulcers and 917 CORN which convenes in that city Oct 20 31 10 43 812 which pedestrians might avoid collision while away the winter hoars 9 03 Petrle 44 91 fw V JW aft similar troubles even thouch of manv No J Mlied at itore 818 1049 30 Falcon 903 Arrangements aro being made by with biayclcs 1058 827 The thrifty housewife will bs sure to Lewlsport 31 854 years standing may be cured by using No J White Pedaloug Howr 883 1106 Waltmaa OATS 6 47 have a good lot of dried apples for use which a one fare rate will be granted 8 42 1114 Powera 838 Wheelaway Lot them cany bells DeWltts Witch Hazel Salvo It soothes No J White 13 MM 863 Patea 827 next spring Put up some in cans also over all the roads running into Owens thomsolvcs Itoxbury Gazette No S strengthens and heals It Is the great 33 90 11 iSau OwenthnrA boro and all persons wishing to visit the 818 No Mixed Oati 914 11 46pm 31 Mattingly 807 Tomatoes canned whole retain their greatest convention pile cure Short Haynes No J 9 21 nrlfKl ever held In thb 8 02 30 Equamtv Ills Feb 8 1807 J 0 925 1165 Ktnl flavor better than when gut in pieces State may avail themselves of WHEAT 768 the low Mbmdenuall Evanbville Ind 932 1202 Djsab Worthlngtou 762 Applet and Sleep No I Long Berry 81 Take ripe but firm ones freshly gath Â¬ rates All friends of 0 E work will 1209 9f9 Reads 7 45 Nu S ned be Sin I have had good sale on your A French writer has beta collecting 91 947pm 1217 Spotuvllle 738 ered accorded a warm welcome and free enter Â¬ Improved Chill and Fevtr Curo during medical opinions about apples Au No3 9 Slop 1221 HfllftAtt 88 BsBll 1M SBssssssssssssissssssssP l BsTssssff 731 lOlOom l240pm lr Hepdernlv BYE Teach m childm k etuw or their tainment T5lm Our doors are wide open and the last year having purchased two 2 Amoricau doctor says that apples con Â¬ 18 Trains Not 41 and 41 make connection eth awl five Mum Rood tooth briuliM we pronto the best program that boa grow I find the preparation gives good tain more phosphorus than any other No J Wee tern ONIONS at fIS5tid TVMcepJ5SBdV wlh rle to sia yet beta arranged for any of our conven mUmam Um xpwMire tka atWactlon and the demand U steadily fruit or iudeed any kind of vegetable Per barrel Fordsville Branch 180 and advise the eating of an apple be BACON cmum Uoaa Th orHclal program will b an lncmaing Yours truly fore going to bed at night Apples says Bboldf 7 MoaMsxl in t few days kLwJb02 V Hndarson Only direct line la good iiMiid for Bnt la Clear rib Th9f GABaVBUMO MM 7 a well known French doctor induce a Clear U call oa or addreu Annts or Mr P P Whom Uu noUd eholr Sold by Short Hajrn puttaa U on hv Clowport Ky mos quiet sleep tbajtokloml or opium La I 11 c ainuniTB nr X MMlHMtMf ltM4MRIM Breckenridge News GREGORY CO - BS8 BEST TRAINS Montab Washington i Is ff5ftaasJ - liL 5PBR332S tmlfY vj JJ St Louis or Chicago BANK fffi Â¬ HAEDIESBURG II Â¬ J H Hunsche The TAILOR with Â¬ Â¬ Will be in port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month YOUR FORTUNE Casper 1 Â¬ Â¬ s HOW TO TRAVEL B O Â¬ SW jB KY timej t-A-BX- Â¬ Henderson Route R m r Â¬ Â¬ 9 r-- I adpEu Packet Line and i m limh Â¬ Â¬ 4 TIME SCHEDULE zero Â¬ P M Â¬ - mKfr Ml 1 -- K cbp lap wwwK r sstLHLMLsftw rfL kviV -- - THK BRKOKiaNRIEQEl NEWS OnOYKRPORT KY Breckenridge News 0 1897 WEDEN8DAY OCTOBER aaWSate waesvu Local Brevities tfeWB 5A k fc Cooler weatber Fruits Fruits City Baker You will And it nt Fresh cranberries Seizors New country sorghum Suzers Cloverport neods an opera house Fresh creamery butter Sulzers Circuit Court convenes next Monday TJso the want column of the News All are off for the Owonsboro fair this week Oysters constantly on hand at tbo City Baker Housekeepers should read Gregory Gibsons ad Fresh oysters Saturday night at Frank Seifiiedrv Yesterday was the opening day of the Owonsboro fair New novelties in fall millinery at Mlrs Judith Millers Early fall dress good the newest of he new at Sulzers Decorated flower pols to put your win tcr flowers in Sulzers See the new style roman belts and Bhtrt waist sets Sulzjrs Some good things in store for you read Gregory Gibsons ad Mothers of boys have you seen our line of childrens wear Suzers Oysters served in any way at Frank Seilrieds Saturday night Jo Garrett after a severe case of ty- Â¬ phoid fever lias almost recovered JStaple and Fancy groceries always pure and fresh at the City Baker Just as giod is taking chances come to the fountain head Suzers Ycur attention is called to M W Mitchells ad that appears in this issue TBorn to the wife of David Culley at Victoria Wednesday Sept 29 a fine 8a2s girl Ktt - The Goshen Association meets with the Sandy Hill church Meade county next year Money saving chances called Jrom a crowded stock is what we aro c String you Sulzers There will be a cake sale at DHuya store Saturday by the ladles of the Bap- Â¬ tist church Mies Judith Miller has a beautiful line of sailors walking hats and the new Klondike hat Shellman Co Irvington are offer- Â¬ ing inducements in the way of prices this week Read their ad We give you that finish that is admired by every one in our tail- Â¬ or made suits of clothes Suzers There will be a special train leaving this city at G43 a m next Thursday for 1 for the round trip Owensboro Miss Annie Hambleton has accepted a position in the dry goods department the well known firm of Wm Vest Sons The Womans Readifg Club will meet this evening at two oclock at the cottage the home of Mrs Alex D Heron Give U S our daily bread is what tlte little girl said no other kind will do only U S Baking Companys brew Suzers Remember the opening of the Green Flag Baigain Store at HawcBvllI Ky Saturday Oct 9 1897 8 oclock a m H Baker Wear a good bat tis the secrtt of your Stylish headwear that wears looks well looks well is the kind we sell Suzers Nearly ever crop is more or less dam aged It wijl be Imposaiblo to buy from sample which will necessitate a visit to the barns This continuous dry and dusty weath Â¬ er has been rather hard on those persons that constantly keep their mouths open Our stock of guns are worth their original price but a sound business reason call the prices down See them Sulzers Mrs Houston sister of Dr J II W Tfivnk died at her homo near Ltitch field last Friday She was in her eighty fifth year Mrs J E Keith has returned from Leijchfleld where sho had been to aV tend the funeral of her son Clarences infant daughter Lzzlo Mr F J Ferry master mechanic at the shops left Monday for Pittsburgh Pa Mr Ferry goes there to inspect the englnae purchased for this road The Owensboro fair will continuo for five days That is the garden spot of the State for fairs and it is useless to say that Cloverport will be well represented The Junior Endeavors will give an en Â¬ tertainment in the Guston church Frl day night October 8th Admission 10 cents L9t everybody come and havo a good time 0K unique wedding In Monroe county that of Mr Willie Wax and Miss Jen pie Gum which took place last wcok This Gum Wax combination should lo Mtte in Tolu There will not be any preaching at the Presbyterian church next Sunday Sun Â¬ day School at 030 and prayer meeting fwMday evening at 730 to which all Â¬ We want your butter etrgi and al kinds of country produce For 20 years wo have been helping tho farmer Bnd we aro still going down the eame od path Suzers Mr Frank Payne of Webster was In tho city last Monday Mr Payne had not visited Cloverport for thirteen years before and was somewhat surprised to b o so many changes to Mr J D Brashearof Owensboro bacco buyer for American Tolacco company and who for tho past threo jears has put up tobacco in this city wan here Imtorviewing the farmers Mr Drruhenr will open up f r business about Novi ru Â¬ This seasons purber 1st Ho said chase will be tho hardest to make in many years Uncle Dick Shellman was down at Hawesvlllo last Monday and purchased a saw mill Ho says he has been out of tho milling business for sometime and he dont feel right Walter S Smarts many friends in this city are glad to learn that be has a posi- Â¬ tion with the well known and largest shoo house in the West Messrs 0 M Henderson Co of Chicago HI The Green Flag Bargain store will open Saturday Oct 0 1897 with a large stock of dry goods and groceries If you want to secure bargains come to this grand opening at Hawesvllle Ky II Baker The City Council hold their regular monthly meeting at the City Hall Mon Â¬ day night There was very little busi ness transacted The utual claims and officers salaries made up the bulk of tbo business 0 E Lightfoot candidate for deputy Bberiil on the lusion ticket started yes Â¬ terday morning for the country He will be out now until after the election Charles is a hustler will make friends and will carry this end of the county for the ticket To those who do their trading at Irv irgton will please read the ad of Shell man Co They are offering some un- Â¬ told bargiins Every cent you can save on a purchase it is to your interest to take advantage of it Their stock is new complete and up to date Miss Judith Mlllerdeslresto announce that the firm of Miller Lghtfoot has been dissolved and that she will conShe tinue business at the same stan will be pleased to see the old customers She has a full stock of mil- Â¬ of the firm linery at preatly reduced prices Call and see her M II Cooms of Oivensboro Inquire this county has leased the Wash Holt farm in Holts bottom Breckenridge county He is to pay 900 for 200 acres for 1893 and 11500 for the whole farm for each of the four remaining years Mr Cooms is chairman of the Populist County Committee of this county Mr J B Herndon and family Misses Nellie Bandy Bettie McGhee Messrs Charles Marshall and Clarence Davis of Irvington composed a party last week to Millwood to attend the Baptist accosla tion which was in session at that place They went to Leitcbfleld from there to the Grayson Springe spending several dus They had a most enjoyable trip and all were delighted with that beau tiful summer resort xVDeath took away Monday night Un- clV Joel R Allen one of Clnverports oldest landmarks He had been a resi- Â¬ dent of this place for forty years He was 87 years old Mr Allen moved to this city from Stephensport and at one time during his life was in pretty fair While in the former circumstances pfoce reverses came and left him desti- Â¬ tute but ho was always honest in his dealings The deceased for a number of years kept bachelors hall in a cottage which still stands to note the last re- Â¬ membrance of the old gentleman Cpretty wedding was solemnized yesterday morning at t oclock in the St Rose Catholic church The contracting parties were Mr Eugene Greenwood to Miss Dessie Elder both of this county Father Carroll officiating The bride is the beautiful and charming daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Elder The groom is one of Breckenridge countys most prosperous farmers After the wedding they went to the bride s home where the happy couple were given a recep- Â¬ tion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ f Puiely Personal 1 GARFIELD Mr Dockery tho esseBso was hero hs week Ell Flahcr of Glondtane was here Wednesday Mies Katie Board was at Irvington a few days last wcok AV S Beard and Djlph Bjard patsed through hero Frhay Mr M P Payne visited his brothers at Bewleyvllle this week Mr Barron of Diyton 0 is visiting his sister Mrs Aron Norton Mr and Mrs Davis of Irvington at Â¬ tended church hero Sunday A eerlos of meeting began here at Pleasant Grove church last Sunday Mr Robt McGuflln and Bon of liar dlrsburg called on our town Saturday Jesse Webb and sister Sarah went to Owensboro to visit relatives and attend the fair Tuesday Paul Compton has accepted tho posi- Â¬ tion as manager of having tho asaphalt loaded here and Is keeping books for the company II R Martin the agent for tho Davis Sewing Machine was here this week and sold Mrs F M Board one of his JOT machine Our blauKsmith Mr Charlie Matting ly who has been sick several da sis able to be at hla work and wait on his many customers Mr Clarance Board Mrs A L Read Mr Robt Weatherford and Miss Katie Board attended church at Hardlnsburg Sunday night Mrs A L Read and her charming daughter came down from Louisville last Saturday to bo the guest of Mrp Fannie Board and family for a while The guests that wete at Mrs F M Boards this week were Mrs A Witt and Mis Kate Beard of Hardlnsburg Mr and Mrs Lobe Bandy of Bewley- Â¬ vllle j Mr and Mrs Pomp McCoy of Irv- Â¬ ington yesterday 1 F Paynp of Lodiburg was in tho city Saturday Mrs Mariah Watklns wont to Owens- Â¬ boro yesterday Gen Jamison of Stophonsport was In tho city Monday Richard May Jr of Webster was in tho city last week Mn Chas Wendelken of Henderson spent Sunday in the city Mrs Jake Smith Hardlnsburg wnt to Owensboro yesterday Georgo Harrle night hostler at the ehopf went to Louisville Monday Edward 0 Leigh of the Owensboro Messenger Bpent Sunday in the city Capt and Mrs J H Rowland went lo Owensboro lost night to spend a week Mies Florence Lewis will go to Irving ton Sunday to make her friends a visit Mrs F II Sawyer and Mrs J H Wills have returned from Columbup 0 Mrs John Furrow and son Lay ton went to Owensboro yisterday to attend the fair Mies Kate Sawyer went to Louisvlllo Sunday to make a ylslt to her relatives and friends Harry Moorman of Owensboro spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs J H Moorman Mrs Fletcher Pauley of Holts bot- Â¬ tom spent Sunday with her sister Mies Mabel Carson Misses Nelllo Comer Jennie Kincli hooker of Evausville spent Sunday in the city with friends Misses Ella and Blna Bandy of Union Star were the guests of Mr and Mrs E A Klesam lost week Moaer of Evans- Mr and Mrs ville were the guests of Mr and Mrs Wm Hoffius Sunday Miss EUle Bradley who Iisb been visit relatives in this city has returned to her home in OwenBboio Clarence Davip of Irvington was in tire city yesterday the guest ot Mr and Mrs Eugene Haynes Mr and Mrs E A Baldwin left je Thy will be terday for Morganfield gone for several weeks Mrs Annie Rothrock and Mrs Lizzie Colon of White Cloud Iod aro visiting their Bistor Mrs Ed Gngiry Justu b Sinpel and wife and father Mr Schwartz of Rome Ind were visiting relatives in this city last week Lightfoot Miller who has been visit Â¬ ing his Bister Mrs Reese of Pineville returned to Hawesvllle Sunday J B Gormaly and Wm Reld after a most pleosantstay in the city lett Friday for Bucyrus Ohio by way oi Lexington Miss Gertie Barnec who has been vis iting Mr and Mrs J J Dyer will re- Â¬ turn to her home at Rome Ind to day Mr and Mrs Willie Meyere after a pleasant visit to relatives and friends nave returned to Liwlsport their home Mrs Geo E Chick of Mt Sterling arrived Monday night to be with her sis Â¬ ter Mrs R E Moorman and other rela- Â¬ tives Miss Zilla Woods after a visit to friends m Eyansville came to the city Sunday enrouto to Hardlnsburg her her home Mrs George Rees of Pineville nee MIbb Veva Miller is with her aun Mrs F N DHuy She will be at her nome for s imetlme Ellsba Aahcraff candidate for State Senator from Meade county spent Sun- Â¬ day in the city He went to Hawesvllle Monday to speak E II Weatherholt and wife Mrs 8 W McNaughton and Mrs Wood Weath- Â¬ erholt Tobineport went to Owensboro yesterday to attend the fair Miss Anna Griffith who has been vis Â¬ iting Dr and Mrs S 8 Watkina return- Â¬ ed to 0 ensboro hor home Friday ac- Â¬ companied by her cousin Mies Mary Â¬ James E Buckby went to Louisville Monday Mr Chris Swaggot went lo Owensboro Fortify the body against disease by Tutts Liver Pills an abso- Â¬ lute cure for sick headache dys- Â¬ pepsia sour stomach malaria constipation jaundice bilious- Â¬ ness and all kindred troubles The Fly Wheel of Life Dr Tutt Your Liver Pills are the fly wheel of life I shall ever be grateful for the accident that brought them to my notice I feel as if I had a new lease of life J Fairleigh Platte Cannon Col A Strong Fortification Tack These Prices In Your Mind Prices never dipped so low Quality never reach- Â¬ ed so high all the money losers have been found This is and are ticketed for a quick good bye Tutfs Liver Pills Public Speaking The candidates for the Stato Senato In the Tenth Senatorial District will ppeak at tho following times and places Hancock County Pellvllle Wednesday Oct ii Chambers Thursday Oct 7 Penses Friday Oct 8 Lowisport Saturday Oct 0 BrecRenridgo County Ideal shoe for the money Hardlnsburg Monday Oct 11 Cloverport Wedneitday Oct ll Uock Vale Thursday Oct 14 McDanloln Friday Oct 15 Bewleyvllle Saturday Oct 10 ip 1 Mooleyvlllo Monday Oct 18 Garfield Tuesday Oil 20 Meade County Wolf Creek Tuesday Oct 19 Paynesville Wednesday Oct 20 GuBton Thursday Oct 21 Flaherty Friday Oct 21 Garnettsville Saturday Oct 23 Brandenburg Monday Oct 25 Tat 18- slmllt cf 50o 25 50c dollar where the nimble nickle beats the slow moving c ja i Gets a Shirt one that If you did not know the price you would it waa wortli twice that amount White with colored bosoms plaids and stripes very swell for the money For a good pair of Ladiea Dongola Shoen made for durability and finish that will equal any of your higher price shoes not a cheap article but one that haa given satis- Â¬ faction to all our customers The material the best workmanship has turned out an Gets an Umbrella Its not a silk one just a good hack around one that will do you lots of good made as strong m a higher priced article a good value for your money when you need one youll need it bad get one now Gets while they last one iron shoe stand assorted size shoe lasts 1 box of tacks 1 shoe hammer an outfit that will save you 3 oastohia lgutcri CASTOR I A For Infants and Children flgutut cf BEWLEYVILLE Mr and Mrs Claude Meyers attonded church Sunday 0 D Hardaway attended court at Brandenburg last week Mr and Mrs W G Hardaway were in Brandenburg Thursday Farmers are sowing wheat notwith Â¬ standing tho dry weather Mr and Mrs Rafus Cain will go to Indianopols Ind to live soon Mib T J Jolly has been quite sick a few days but is now much better Mr and Mrs Thos P Hardaway re- Â¬ turned from Glendeane last Tuesday It is rumored that Dr Rice Penlngtou will move back to Bewley ville very soon Our congratulations are to our friend A A Richardson and Miss Lola Norton Miss Mary Paul our new Sunday School Secretary is the right girl in the right place It isnt worth while to go toKlondykt when youca stay JnAleadeL county and sell apples Miss Lizzie Walton of Big Springs was visiting friends in our vicrnity Satur- Â¬ day and Sunday David Hardaway came down from Jefferson county Friday to visit old friends a few days Thos J Jolly and funily were the guests of Mrs Marvel bewley of Hays ville Wednosday Mr George Pauls sons are all smiths by occupation and now it seems one of bis daughters is to follovf their eximple The Meade County District Sunday School Convention will meet at Salem Church near Brandenburg tho 28th of Oct Tls fie Halls s XJLZER S Â¬ 3o n n many little repair bills Act upon what we suggest in our advertisements and you will profit by it Every article must be as advertised Your money back if not as represented 5 UWA H74 it ii7- GUCU44 tTirr n pji SVVsVVVfVC lor bale WANTS aVVQksVke uijj New Goods Low Prices mjJjO Wanted Miscellnneous small advertisements Lost Found Eic inserted under this head at the uniform rate ot one celt a word each Insertion a good farm acres Vf G od dwelling fine barn wrl watered four miles south ot Wibtt r adjoining Mm Kd Hen Address S T netta latm Terms rtasonatile Shelman IRVINGTON ntti n ii Gos KYi Jordan Irvington West end Iron llridge Cloveiport Ky inoooo poles WANTED hickory und oakand hoopsandhickory syrups tierce pork for funher Information apply to CliAb MAY - mill it bin iiiiiminrti mum minimi iitim uniHimirmm uimiii iitimtntiHin intcu t me received SEALED niDS will be Tar KrrL byCreek for bridge over near Pisgah church in this county until the Sth dav ot Oct 1887 baidbUs to be opened at the October term of the Fiscal courr and to be si hjcet to the order of that court for acceptance or rejection Plans aid Specifications 00 file in the County Judges office in Haidinshurg It N MILLER Coram Hardmiburg Ky Sept and 17 41 Look at These Prices Bed Comforts Soc and tco Best Calico 5c Hope Cotton 7c Shirting Calico Lonsdale Cotton Sc 2 quart Tin Bucket 5c and other things in proportion Highest price for Corntry Produce G T Marshalls old stand Give us a trial c mm Al Ikuiu vu Why Rent When Arbuckles CofTee 13c Clarks O N T Thread Iloosier Cotton 5c Apron Ginghams 4JC and WhUVcy ITablti cured at homo with- Â¬ out pain Book of par tlcularaacnt FltKK I BMAV OOLLEY MD Offlco 101 M Trror flt You lc Can Own Irrriaagrton ZECy I The Epworth Leagues held Its usual Literary meeting Saturday evening The exercises were arrang d from the Meth odist Hymnal and were well executed These are the days of Indian summer Rldolev Griffith brings fra Miss Lulu Owen left Monday for Ir The beautful autumn to time every one and Miss Lula will be one oi the gant Joyous leelings vington all nature that we attendants at the wedding of Dr Lon B tho feel to rejoice withover long hot days ure to Mlsa Beulah Bennett this Moremen Riv Walton was returned to the Big morning at 0 oclock and was on hands at his xMr Gil Roth of Indlanapollp arrived Spring circuit Saturday and Sunday at in the city Sunday Mr Roth formerly appointment His sermon Sunday was one tlila lived herp but is now residing in the of place throughout the whole year the best above place He is engaged in the man- Â¬ Goldkn Rod ufacture of the Roth gasoline engine which has g lined widespread reputa Â¬ Notice tion It hereby given that an election will be held In BENNETT MOREAIEN Â¬ You rent year after year and have no farm when you get through The land- Â¬ lord bos your money and the farm at tho We offer you Ohio end of the year Itiver Bottom land in Ballard county one of tho bfBt counties in Kentucky on the followingreasonable terms SIX YKAIl PLAN ASSIGNEES SALE BARGAINS BARGAINS AT WEBSTER KY 50 acres at 1400 per ucro Cash First Year 50c per acre Second Year 100 per acre Third Year 2 00 per acre Fourth Year 2 50 per acre Fifth Year i 00 per acre Sixth year U 00 per aero 70000 5000 25 00 50 00 10000 12500 150 00 200 00 No a and 3 voting prelnclj In the Lloverpott A Clerks Will Rest Oct 1 1887 We the undersigned morchants of Clover- Â¬ port Ky agree to close our places of business at 7 oclock p m standard time each evenlrg exceptirg Saturdays pay nights and the month of December To remain in effect one year Wm Vest Sons F Fralre Payne Co W II Bowmer Son -- Brilliant Affalr Both Are nent in Society Circles Owensboro Mcssengrr Promi- Â¬ CiovBirroBT Kv or 1897 Maglitrale district on TueiiUy Nor the purpose of tallng the serM of the legal voters of said precincts a and 3 in said Cloverport Dis- Â¬ tricts Wm AhCJ BC k- - Society is all agog over the approach- Â¬ ing marriage of Dr Lon B Moremen to Miss Beulah Bennett Wednesday morn Ing October 0 at 0 oclock at the homo of tho bride threo mill a south of this place The wedding will be private only a few of the most intimate friends and relatives beirg pretont After tho cere Â¬ mony the newly wtdded couple will take Jno D Babbago H tho east bound train at 11 oclock a m J L Frankel for Louisville Nashville and other points Gregory A Gibson of interest in the South The bride-to-b- e J 0 Nolte Mgr is a young ady of great attractiveness F N DHuyGro Dep of both personal appvarano a and sweet refined ways and Is universally admired WELL LIKED and esteemed by a ag circle of friends over tho entire Stato Dr Moremen Rev S I Shelley Captivates Ills located here about a year ago Prior to that he was connected for three years Congregation With a Clear with the celebrated Dr Cheatham spec- Â¬ And Forcible SermoH ialist of the eye at Louisville Dr More men Is regarded as oneoftjie brightest Courier Journa young phjalclans In the State Since locat The Rev S G Shelley the new pastor inghere his practice has rapidly increased of the Wilson Memorial Methodist church Upon the return of the bridal couple of tbla city took for his text yesterday from the South they will be at homo at mornipg St Matthew V 14 Ye are the Irvington salt of the earth but if the salt have lost Taken by Surprise itseavor wherewith shall It be salted Ho preached a clear and forcible sermon John II Glover a prosperous farmer to show not only what power It was tho who lives near Hawesvllle had quite a privilege of the church to have but also surprise party at hla home one evening what power the members should exert lost week when he was visited by four for good toward fallen humanity for of his old aunts and an old uncle says m ivMd whom Christ died He urged every deÂ¬ the Owensboro Messenger They wore Deat d your Bulla away lo be dyed partment of church work to puh vigor Â¬ Mrs Kate Moorman age G7 Mrs Susan aedfy l 03 lor It when 3Go to 50c ously the fljjlit for the Matter with a Qussenberry ot Sreckearidgs county ae 09 Mrs Amelia Jenkisr of Hau worth e Fatam Fackleaa Dyes and as faith that should expect great rewllf Mr Shelley had lmn avUtloiwd for cock county aa 70 ami Mrs Ajaaada tours work fan otw do U Jtwt w well county aga 73 Ho Mtparifen Bixaniry Just boil the four yews at Cloverport He will move Vantnsiar of Davis to the city this wek anL adll live on Mr B Y Glow bis soels who lives ad fjoodb with kba dy aqd they aw nsar llawssville waa thsrs at ths saina Brown Irv Virginia avenue nar the crcb wbr mw NJtiB Sold by W hla Jnaay frUauls Una aga S3 ba will be glad to lagton Ky S VKfifrdui haa demonstrated ten thousand tlmea that it la almost Infallible FOR WOMANS SsHHBNBMSaVaVtsMsMOal PECULIAR WEAKNESSES Irregularities and derangements It baa become ths leading remedy for tblas claaa of troubles It czorti a wonderfully healing strengthen ing and soothing Influence upon It cures the menstrual organs whites and falling of the womb It stops flooding and relieves sup- Â¬ 1700 00 Total cost of 50 acres This land produced the past season of 1800 80 hnshele of corn per acre and 5 acrr a of Early Hose Potatoes produced 2000 bushels or 100 bushels to the acre 10 acres of Yellow Prior Tobacco made an ayerngo of 1200 lbs to thnacre which brought in thi market 5 for leaf and lues 1 acre of late cabbage brought 50 Bold at Cairo You tan rair o Ulro aarnuch on a pood bottom farm as in the hillfl and your land dont wash aay or wear out Them has been no drouth in Ballard aruttlie crops ore splen Â¬ fount v tl Is did Tliy aw good evr y nr We have uood farms for f ae on long tlino at bargains in DaylesP Ohio and McLean roiintiea cheaper than anyone elae will sell you We will exchango anv farm we have for others For nlat and further particnars apply to L Fbkksmn Littlk ov r Ikrik Com Â¬ 214 merce or lluoir A William Third 8treet Owent boro Ky Saturday Oct 16 The undersigned as Assignee for Joe Jeffries will on the above named date sell in the town of Webster a Lot or ur Dry QoodNotlons SIioe Groceries etc to the Highest Bidder for Cash Hardware V G BABBAGE COFFEES Gregory Gibson Leading M v Satisfaction Tea and Coffee Wo are making a speci- Â¬ alty of Fine TEAS and OOPPEES If you are it rySSSassssBl anedlclns of mads It Is beneficial during pregnancy and helps to bring children Into homes barren for years It invigorates stimu Â¬ lates strengthens the whole sys Â¬ tem This great remedy la altered Why wlU to all aMIcUd women any woman suffer another minute certain relief within reach t with Wins ot Cerdut only costs 1W per bottle at ycur drug store fur auMM fn cat nvuMm tfttialMnt etimrtoiM 14 LadlM ItoM aatrw Tkt CfetMaMOga jtfftt JLtvUory DttuAiatni MM tfe OaMwuMfd Ana prd and painful menstruation UU it is ths best For Changs Wv3stV3sJBE3C JssW not getting satisfaction elsewhere come here and be satisfied xxxx LION ARBUCKLE taporl hem Quecnsware Jru for 3So or 1 1 Bet Cups and Saucers 1 for IB lbs Absolutely pure Lard 45o for 1 lb Special blend Tea 2 bars Ark Soap for 60 25o for 3 cans Salmon 2 PACKAGES FOR net Tario DIuner 1latt A 3o for 1 nut Small Dinner Plates Scalloped Jlowls Koyal Iroitstonu China or 10 20 25 10 and Mj t4 Glassware 35o or 53 for So 1 1 lw NftM eTSs esaee M wNe wins el Cart ss at K a k4 25 cents GbJ4 Cke TM Mt rxa hfary 1 or 1 Fick DUi Olives Mustard Catsup Ijorsaradiah Hokles tSj y fwv Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 0 1897 BS w 3H - -- JS erisaAahiM WMtk7 HE t StOItf4ftli5St f yr - JJ - - if - in iss TT7T tstj i 2 - TVT 7f irf ami irllViltMls -- MwliiitfWWWPeMI mmmrnmrmmrmmm JI J j irA WWIni47PraBrraiPW Hi jsj ntunQinrwVeTV r III -- -- v - ctpt n - t Mriffi OlxOVAPOMLT MRSCIEAVEUHDSVORDS Il- fir rT T tS WITH THE CANDIDATES Notwithstanding tho act ttiat all of the candidates or their respective offices teade a large crow J bMU tho town Satur Â¬ day Sept 25 07 was thronged with strangers from every nook and cornor In the county who were eagerly waiting or tho afternoon to come to hear each can Â¬ didate both Democrats and Republicans make their Uttlo speeches There was a good deal ol of excltemont merely poli Â¬ tical talk With the exception of a few drunken men everything passed off quietly The debate commonced at 2 oclock and lasted untinark All the candidates get along nicely with the ex- Â¬ ception of Brown and Miller who fired some lively things at each other The race will be somewhat close but both parties aro confident of winning They all met at Jollys station Monday which closes the campaign in this county Hon W E Minor candidate or coun- Â¬ ty Judge on the fusion ticket is some Â¬ what pleased with the prospects of his race and the success of the whole ticket There is not a man In tho county who is better known better qualified and who would give the office more dignity In an Interview with a News representa- Â¬ tive Have you been over the county 7 Yes Ive been over the whole coun- Â¬ ty What is the outlook 7 As far as can see no discouragement confronts our ticket People are much Interested in hearing and seeing all can- Â¬ didates When asked as to the harmony existing between the fusionists Have seen nothing but perfect unity and good faith between the political con- Â¬ tracting parties Will Populists and Democrats vote solidly 7 Yes and work vigorously for mutual success Have never seen better faith Democracy and more determination and Populism are cleverly organized and will work to complete organization What majority will your ticket obtain See no reason why it should all be- Â¬ low 250 majority Will a full vote be polled 7 Yes provided our voters thoroughly understand the correct way of using the stencil How Is that 7 We have votes enough if tho voters place them in the proper squares 1 1 Will Remain Under the Rooster To tho voters of tho Oth Judicial Dis Â¬ trict As much has been said and will be said about our action In attempting to have our names as candidates or Circuit Jmlgo and Commonwealths Attornoy taken from under the rooster and placed under tho fusion device in the counties of Breckenridge and Grayson we deem It proper to give the people the reason why this was attempted and why it was abandoned In the counties of Breckonrldge and Grayson the Democrat and Populist parties had agreed on a fusion ticket for county offices and both counties had adopted tho flguro of two hands clasped together as the device of tho fusion tick Â¬ et Under this dovlco all the county fu- Â¬ sion ticket was placed while the Demo- Â¬ cratic nominees for Clerk of the Court of Appeals Circuit Judge Commonwealths Attorney and State Senator were under the rooster It was contended by many that it would be legal for Democrats and Popu- Â¬ list in voting to stamp under tho fusion dovlce and also under the rooster and it would bo counted for both tickets This view of the case however was regarded by many others as erroneous and Secre- Â¬ tary of State Finley had in a letter to Judge Graham of Leitchfleld given an opinion that such votes would be thrown out as illegal We were satisfied that under this opinion many ballots would be thrown out In these two counties and in order to avoid this and to have all the votes counted that was really cast or the Democratic and usion tickets after counseling with all the fusion can Â¬ didates in Breckenridge and Grayson it was decided by all of them that it would greatly simplify the vote and lessen the chances to make mistakes in voting if our names were placed under tho fusion ticket in Breckenridge and Grayson and thereby strengthen both the Democratic and fusion ticket in those counties We believed that the arrangements wore both legal and right in order to get a full voto and a fair count and so petitions were prepared in both counties to have our names placed under the fusion tick- Â¬ ets as is directed In section 1 151 of tho Kentucky statutes which In our opinion expressly authorized such actions These petitions however were never filed with the Clerks of the county court in either county or these reasons Wo were advised that in the opinion of many good lawyers It would bo of doubtful legality or a district candidate to run under separate devices in different counties that the district must be con- Â¬ sidered as a unite in voting or district officers and the same device must be used In all the counties and we wore advised that the Clerk of tho Brecken Â¬ ridge County Court would not recognize our petition if presented to him and would not put our names under the fu- Â¬ sion dovice in said county unless com- Â¬ pelled to do so by mandamus Under these circumstances in order to avoid delay and legal complication we have decided to remain under the rooster and our petition to go under the usion de-Â¬ vice will not be presented We have been actuated in this whole matter not specially to benefit ourselves but to sim- Â¬ plify the ballot and thereby aid both the Democratic and usion tickets in tho two counties of Grayson and Breckenridge T R McBkatii Sept 30 1897 Wked S Ciiklf The Metric System is reported that in the next Congress It a bill will bo introduced providing that after January 1 1001 the metric system of weights and measures shall be the only system recognized in the United States and that after July 1 1898 all of the departments of the Government shall use this system except in comput- Â¬ ing the survey of the public lands The advocates of this measure say that because of the awkward system of weights and measures now in use each ol the fifteen million Bchool children in the country loses needlessly a whole year in receiving arithmetical instruc- Â¬ tion The metric system would thus save fifteen million years of human life in each generation In addition to this business men clerks and men of sci Â¬ ence would profit immeasurably by the greater facility of calculation in math- Â¬ ematical operations It has been estimated by a high authority that six hundred thousand lives were lost because of the Civil War and that tho slain would have lived on an average twenty years longer under natural conditions the loss of life ex Â¬ pressed in years would therefore be twelve million Hence it is reasoned that the 15327210 school children of America are losing more of life in each generation than was sacrificed in the most sanguinary war history records and all because of tho prejudice against an innovation that would be a blessing to all who have occasion to use it Our measures of money are in strict accordance with the principles of this system and all who compare the United States currency with the sterling money table appreciate its inherent advantages Few persons realized that the first Vice President and second President of the nation originated a similar arrangement before the present metric system was adopted In many respects Jeffersons method will compare favorably with the best that has followed it If it is true that this burden bears so heavily on the children of our nation it behooves our lawmakers to hasten in lifting this great weight from those who are so poorly prepared to carry it The Wool Record fOur Neighbors l5 l- II gs g 4fr4 111 fr m I The Wife of Conductor Cleve Â¬ land and Her Experience READ THIS iA AXTEL Hult Is very A Mrs Fred ReRarkJble RmbII Facts of Much Tho farmers are all busy Bowing wheat Attorn Aug 30 to the wife of Chester uennett a Dig uoy Ellis Connor Is thinking of putting up a storo at this placo Chester Bennett will build soon a new dwelling house on the big road Charlie and Chester Bennett had tho best crop of tobacco in tho neighbor Â¬ hood Interest Hew 10 per cent Investment A Bargain in one of the 5r the Mortality Rate May Be Lemuel James Berry and wife wero the guests S T Bennett last of his ather-In-laweek Miss Mary Mattingly began School here last week She is well llkod as a w teacher Mrs Palestine Uenlng of Glendeane was the guest of Mrs Cheetof Bennett lost week The corn In this neighborhood is light Tobacco is also short Two thirds of it hod to be cut green Wo would like to know what Wallace Duncan of Glendeane makes so many trips to Axtel for here of lato Certainly you dont want to suffer with dyspepsia constipation sick headache You sallow skin and loss of appetite have never tried DeWitts Little Early Risers for these complaints or you would have been cured They are small pills but great regulators Short Haynes WOLF CREK Miss Annio Willette will teach at Oak Grove Miss Becky can ride a wheel quite I I The gracefully Miss Bessie Atwell is visiting her aunt Mrs S J Elder We are needing rain Plenty of dust Cruel Knife and a strong sentiment attention igainst such methods of treatment is fast developing among the most intelli- Â¬ gent classes It seems that in almost every case for which the doctors treat Â¬ ment is unsuccessful the learned physi cians decide at once that an operation must be performed and the keen blade of the surgeon is recklessly resorted to Doctors are human and of course are liable to make mistakes but their mis takes are too fatal to be indulged in promiscuously and as so many lives are sacrificed in this manner it is but natural for the public to believe that half the operations are unnecessary besides beÂ¬ ing a fearful risk to human life even if successful It is a positive act however that all operations are not necessary and that a majority of them are absolutely under Â¬ taken without the slightest chance of success The doctors have never been able to cure a blood disease and a sur- Â¬ gical operation is their only method of treating deep seated cases such as can- Â¬ Aside cer and scrofulous affections from the great danger an operation never did and never will cure cancer as the disease never ails to return Can- Â¬ cer is in the blood and common sense leaches anyone that no disease can be cut rom the blood Â¬ Â¬ of deaths which occur as the result of a surgical operation is attracting general The alarming increase in the number There was not a candidate on either side but what wasnt hopeful of winning in November Surely some will be disappointed Â¬ Sherman Ball Republican candidate or Circuit Clerk has been styled the handsome man He is making a strong effort to win and is hopeful of his elec- Â¬ tion F Viciflmus Basterfleld Burton Republi- Â¬ can candidate for Sheriff is a speaker from the hills and kept the boys all in good humor He is confident of his election Everybody knows R S Skillman can- Â¬ didate or Circuit Clerk on the fusion ticket He has held this office or 17 years and the people are so well pleased with him that they will give it to him or another term i U Richard Owen rom the Glendeane neighborhood candidate or Sheriff on the fusion ticket is not much of a talker Hes a but eyery one knows Dick sure winner and not a cleverer man ever drew breath Hon J II Lennln candidate for Rep Â¬ resentative on the fusion ticket who has been residing in the county for 20 years made his first speech in this town Satur- Â¬ day He has a captivating volco and made a speech that was listened to with interest I- - John P Haswell Jr Republican can Â¬ mm Here is a case where the pain inflicted boy was especially on a cruel and after undergoing the tortures produced by the surgeons knife he rap Idly grew worse Mr J N Murdoch Asia Hardin too much cannot be said the father of the boy residing at 379 of this polished candidate or County Snodgrass street Dallas Texas writes my son Will was six years Clerk He is straightforward and a pol Old When a small sore appeared on his lip ished gentloman with a host of friends which did not yield to the usual treat Â¬ Likewise can it be said of Mr Owen ment but before long began to grow It gave him a great deal ofpain and con- Â¬ Cunningham his Republican opponent tinued to spread He was treated by They both get along in the campaign several good doctors who said he had like brothers cancer and advised that an operation was necessary After much reluctance we consented Gua Brown candidate or Common- Â¬ jaw bone to and they wealths Attorney on the fusion ticket which theycut down Thethe operation was scraped is an old timer on the stump He shoots a severe one but I thought it was the some pretty warm things into Reuben only hope or my boy Before a great Republican candidate or the same office while the cancer returned and began to rapidly We gave Uim many rem Â¬ but when Reubens time comes he sends grow without relief and finally upon the edies right back to Gus Their speeches put advice of a riend decided to try SSS vigor and excitement into the hearers Swifts Specific and with the second bottle he began to improve After twenty cancer dis Judge T R McBeath was here and bottles had been taken the was cured appeared entirely and he spoke after all the county candidates The cure was a permanent one or he is were through He is a candidate for re- Â¬ now seventeen years old and has never election to the office of Circuit Judge had a sign of the dreadful disease to re Â¬ The Judge made a brief talk concerning turn SSS is far ahead of all other blood the way he had managed things during remedies because it is the only one his three terms as Circuit Judge This which cures deep seated obstinate blood office is the most important one in the diseases such as Cancer Scrofula etc Rheumatism Catarrh district and men should be elected that Uciema only blood remedy guaranteed It is the are in every way capable to fill it The Judges long experience has eminently fitted him or the place and he ought to containing not a particle of mercury be elcted without opposition or other mineral ingredient The Nkws representative Interviewed potash are so injurious to the system which him ia regard to the condition of tilings SSS Is sold by all druggists He said Books oa Cancer and Blood Diseases 1b this and Grayson counties mailed free to any address I bare not bea in Breckenridge long will beSpecific Company Atlanta by the Ga MMsgh to form any correct Idea of how Swift fudg Â¬ tit local ticket will run here but bkg froa reports nade by the fusion can dHJntT ttia oliiTyt to elact the entire flattering In Gray Wkt ae the aew w aw coflfll t of eswryla for Um wlwUi tkket by at mat Â¬ didate for Representative is a sterling young man and made a clever talk but Lennln is too much or him He said Indications are favor- Â¬ to a Nkws man able or my election have canvassed the county pretty thoroughly and those are my views Complete Edition of the Tariff Law The American Protective Tariff League has just issued another and very com plete edition of our Tariff laws This volume of 144 pages gives the official text of the Dingley Tariff complete com- Â¬ parison of the Dingley and Wilson law and index to all articles covered by tho new Tariff The book will be of great value or reference and or answering all questions regarding the Tariff ques- Â¬ tion It will be sent to any address or Twenty five cents Ask or document No 27 and address The American Pro- Â¬ tective Tariff League 135 West 23rd Street New York A Disturbing Plank In the Platform trrom the Kaniai City Journal A practical joker introduced the fol Â¬ lowing platform at the Morris County Populist Convention and then was orced to flee for his life Whereas In spite of our frequent and positive declarations that the price ol wheat is regulated by the price of silver and that the price of arm prod- Â¬ ucts would go down if McKinley was elected wheat is going skyward and all other farm products have gone up in a like proportion and Whereap This is Cell therefore be it Resolved That we go to raising more corn Name and Fame of John J Ingalls From the Kansas Lity Journal and water scarce Miss M R O wings returned to her school at Chenault Sunday J Lawrence Owings went to Preston Monday on the lookout or apples Mr Boone and his lovely wife of Lou- Â¬ isville are here rusticating or a few days Stuart Owings is theman to sell your apples too He pays the highest market price Mrs Murray o Cedar Flat is very sick Her sister Mrs Chism was called to see her Mrs Miller and little daughter Edith of Hardin county are visiting at Mr Will Smiths Handsome and genial Tom Tobin has gone to Hodgenville to attend school We wish him success Ben Flannery and wife from Illinois are here visiting his parents Mr and Mrs George Flannery Stonewall Brashear of Preston was here Wednesday and Thursday to attend the Baptist Association Miss Rebecca Owings came up Thurs- Â¬ day on the steamer Ragon from Chen ault to attend the Baptist Association Capt Dick Smith came home Saturday night leaving his steamboat at Casey vllle to wait or more water in the river Will Arnoldof Paynesvillewill mould minds and birch backs at our school house this winter coming the first Mon Â¬ day in October Miss Sue Owings will go to Louisville this week or her all stock of millinery She has on eye or the most fastidious Give her a call when she returns The Baptist Association met here last Thursday and Friday Wednesday Three more beautiful consecutive days never greeted a body of people The hospitality of our good people was quite a surprise to the strangers The arrange Â¬ ments or the comfort and entertainment for the ministers and delegates in fact all strangers were as nearly perfect as they could be This little village sur- Â¬ rounded by hills and rocks and these quite good people with their little homes always make tho stranger feel in a ew days after his arrival like he was one of the family We had lota o good things to eat and now Mr Editor if you dont believe this just give us a call or ask the steamer Ragon if she didnt put off 13 barrels of the finest bread here last week that was ever sent to one litÂ¬ tle place Yellow Jack Preventative Gaurd against Yellow Jack by keeping the system thoroughly clean and iree rom germ breeding matter Cascareta Candy Cathartic will cleanse tho sys Â¬ tem and kill all contagious disease germs Not a Calamity Howler We are not now and never have been a calamity howler and will gladly Wel come a return of prosperity whether it comes under a republican adminis Â¬ tration or by reason of the single gold standard but a lqve of truth compels us to say that if times are any better here we have failed to discover it That they will improve however and have improved in the commercial centres we have no reason to doubt but the country will be the last to eel a revival of bulsness as it was last to eel its con- traction It would have been the same no matter who Had been elected It will come not on account of McKinley or republicanism but in spite of it In1 terior Journal Â¬ With scores of people suffering rom rheumatism neuralgia and kindred dis Â¬ eases it 1b evident that the following letter which was published once before in tho News did not havo their reading It certainly is Convincing and if its advice wore followed by moro tho mor Â¬ tality rato would be materially lessened Since this letter was printed a News correspondent has investigated the acts thoroughly and finds that they aro vouched or by Mrs Cleavelandss neigh- Â¬ bors and riends Her husband is Con Â¬ ductor Cleaveland who has been with the Central Vermont R R or twenty years The letter is published in full as re- Â¬ ceived and strikingly verifies the saying Truth is stranger than fiction To The Editob Of The News I have a marvelous communication to make and one that I feel it my duty to send to you or publication much as I dislike seeing my namo In print if For three years I have been able to walk but very little and it was seldom will that I could sit up over half a day ut a time Nono of the physicians seemed to understand my case some calling it neuralgia or rheumatism while others said my sufferings wore caused by ulcers Any way none of them helped me and after spending hundreds of dollars I be- Â¬ came discouraged I finally went to New York where or two montliB I was under the care of one of the mest eminent physicians of that city But my sickness and helplessness were not bettered My husband was talking to a friend Mr W H Greene station agent at Burlington Vt about my unfortunate condition and Mr Greene strongly urged him to haye me try Palnes celery compound I used three bottles and with so much benefit that I continued its use Today I walk down town halt a mile or more did some shopping called upon a riend and then walked home again I am doÂ¬ ing all my housework something I have not done before in years 8 Myrestoratlon to health is solely due to Palnes celery compound It is this medicine which bos changed me rom a suffering helpless woman to my present condition of health and strength I hope you will publish this letter and spread NOT FOR EVERYTHING as widly as possible the knowledge of a means that will bring health and happi- Â¬ But if you have kidney liver or blad- Â¬ ness to homes where sickness and suffer- Â¬ ing make Hie a burden der trouble you will find Swamp Root Respectfully your just the romody you need People are Mrs 0 E Cleaveland Rutland Vt not apt to get anxious about their health If you are not quite A recent letter rom a Washington soon enough well or half sick have you ever Pa man says Sheep men are eeling cheerful thought that your kidneys may be the Wool is going off at 25 cents and buyers cause of your sickness of stock rams are plenty A Mr Wheeler It is easy to tell by setting aside your has j ust shipped out a load of extra fine ones Mr Hamilton ships out a load urine lot twenty four hours a sediment to day Mr R W Crothers of Taylors or settling indicates an unhealthy condi- Â¬ town ia gathering a car or two or tion of the kidneys When urine stains Michigan These lots will aggregate over 600 head of rams all or nearly all linen it is evidence of kidnoy trouble bought within fifteen miles of this place Too frequent desire to urinate scanty So you see we are still in the sheep supply pain or dull ache in the back is The Wool Recore business a littie also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder need doctoring THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE There is satisfaction in knowing that the great remedy Dr Kilmers Swamp Lung Troubles aid CeMumptlon Can be Root fulfills every wish in relieving weak Cared or diseased kidneys and all forms o blad- Â¬ der and urinary troubles Not only does An Eminent New York Chemist and ScienSwamp Root give new life and activity tist Hakes a Free Offer to Our to the kidneys the cause of trouble but Readers by treating the kidneys it acts as a tonic or the entire constitution If you need The distinguished New York chemist a medicine you should have the best Â¬ T A Slocum demonstrating his discov ery of a reliable and absolute cure or Sold by druggists price fifty cents and Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis one dollar or by mentioning the Bbeck and all bronchial throat lung and enridoe News and sending your address chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal to Dr Kilmer Co Blnghamton N Y affections general decline and weakness you mav have a sample bottle of this loss of flesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ great discovery sent to you free by ing away will send THREE FREE BOT Â¬ mail TLES all different of his New Discov- Â¬ eries to any afflicted reader of thoBnECE To heal the broken and diseased tisknbidqe News writing for them His New Scientific Treatment bos sues to soothe the irritated surfaces to cured thousands permanently by its instantly relieve and permanently cure timely use and he considers it a simple is the mission of DeWitts Witch Hazel professional duty to suffering humanity Salve Short Haynes to donate a trial of bis infallible cure Science daily develops new wonders and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ menting for years has produced results as beneficial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius His asÂ¬ 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 and lung troubles lead to which uninterrupted Consumption means speedy and certain death Simply write to T A Slocum M O 08 Pine street New York giving post office and express address and the free medicine will be promptly sent Suffer Â¬ i pes Fancy Calico j pes Irish Lawns ers should take instant advantage of his worth 6c worth jc generous proposition Please tell the Doctor that you 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EMPLOY None bat the County Surveyor to do your work He It the authorized Surveyor of the County It an experienced workman and knowt hi business He is also Notary Public writes Deeds and takes Acknowledgemedts Charges always Reasonable CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY Address SURVEYOR HARDINSBUHOKY GEO YEAKEL BRANDENBURG KY ANOTHER BIG CUT AT THE 3c 3c worth loc CO GREAT BARGAIM STORE 3c 3c worth Sc Full site Scrub Brush Nice Plain Hemstitch ed Handkerchief 59c 13c Shoes Some of the society people of Atchison Purely Vegetable a4wly ting to knife try tk til j real Hh4 rartj - Before submit- theJ t are telling an Ingalls story which though undoubtedly untrue loses none One of its cleverness on that account of the Ingalls girls who is alleged to be very choice of her company and very proud of her father recently attended a semi public dance In the course of the evening she was approached by an Atchison young man the son of a grocery keeper who had known her from infancy though not intimately He asked her or a dance when she replied as she drew bock a little supercllliously I think you are the eon of our grocery keeper but I infer that you do not know me I am the daughter of the Hon John J Ingalls musingly Inquire q Ingalls Ingalls Where have the young grocery as I heard that same before Oh yen I reraewber bow Your father was tke soaa wbe rMorted the GorbeU-FUs- I Yellow Jack Killed Cascarets Candy Cathartic kills Yel low jack wherever they find him No one who takes Cascareta regularly and systematically ia in danger rom tho dreadful disease Cascareta kill Yellow ever germs in the bowels and prevent new ones rom breeding 10c 25c 60c all druggists Tho Intense itching and smarting inci Â¬ dent to these diseases ia instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye aud Skin Ointment Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it It la equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 23 cts per box 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