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Ir lVc ALxLx VOL XXII prfB ntative THK NEVWS THATS FIT TO PRINT NO 35 Royal snakes the rood pare wholtsome aad deHcleas CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY 16 MARCH 1898 Itaswell of Brrckcnrtdgp when he attempted to brlrg up the bill lat Friday sonndrd Its death knell It was dropped bai k in the orders of the day and stands no more show of passing than I Bland of being elected President of the But gtown chamber of Commerce The new prison commission will meet about Wednesday to elect a full set of officers who will take tho places of the Republicans now in cha ge If the bh passes muster and is not declared unconstitutional a thing tho D mocrats say is Impossible The commission will present the names of tho ofllcers to the sinking fund commission and will be refused re- Â¬ cognition for them Then the manda Â¬ mus proceedings for possesion cf the places will be begun by the Demo-Â¬ cratic commlssloneis The present encumbents are eald to be ready to re Â¬ sist any attempt at usurpation until the law directs them to step down and out Â¬ CLOSING DOWN Of AMERICAN from this station and will hereafter be attached to League Islan navy yard Mint Heir Upon Heraeir 14 Spain does not de Â¬ ceive herself when she counts upon the sympathies at least latent of Euro- Â¬ pean governments but It would be a mistake for her to expect any effectual support from cither Great Britain or the triple alliance Therefore she must rely upon herself Working Ten Hours Washington March 14 Last week an order was received at Frankfort ar- Â¬ senal to work 10 hours a day but what Â¬ ever contract was Involved has proba- Â¬ bly been completed for the order haa been rescinded The average dally out- Â¬ put of cartridges there la 38000 rounds but during tho 10 hour day this could be increased by from 8000 to 10000 It is the only arsenal In the United States where small ammunition is rrjade The number of employes has been gradual- Â¬ ly Increased of late from 600 to 700 workmen Arbitration Talked Of London March 14 The Dally Graphic editorially suggests that there Is still tlmo remaining that can be utilized to negotiate an agreement to refer the Maine matter to arbitration to ascertain tho true facts and to decide as to the nature of the Indemnity if any be due to tho England says the United States Dally Graphic would sympathize with a war for the liberation of Cuba but If tho United States goes to war It must bo In a just cause and after every effort to secure an honorable peace haa been exhausted Pushing the Work Bethlehem Pa March 14 The Beth- Â¬ lehem Iron company has received or- Â¬ ders to push all government work as yet unfinished on the 100 10 lnch and 12 Inch guns and carriages and tho force of skilled mechanics In all de Â¬ partments Is working night and day Prepared to More Promptly El Reno O T March 14 No ordera for the Immediate movement of troops have been received as far as known at either Fort Sill or Fort Reno O T The troops at both points however aro prepared to move at a moments notice having been placed on orders last week Paris March PROSPERITY FOR CUBA What Will Follow the Of short stay TERRITORY Not to be Attacked Cornelius Yrinrferbiit lived In during tils In Washington To this houso the congressman Is fond of Inviting his friends and to ovory guest ho says with perhaps pardonablo pride Mebbo you dont know that next door to us Is the houso Mr Vandcrbllt lived In Woro getting up In tho world you see Res toration Peace One of The Most Nota- Â¬ by But for tbo llfoof him this congressman cannot got over his old habit of colling tho 7 oclock ovenlng meal supper Instead of dinner greatly to tho annoyance of his fashionable wife and daughters WALTKII WELLMAN ble Legislatures in Spain in the Event of War WILL DEPEND ON Kentuckys History Of The More Than Five Hun- A ROSY VISION OF THE FUTURE CONGlUmONAL SUMMARY In the Seuate Washington March 8 District of Columbia hill considered and notlco given of an amendment relating to the local gas company Â¬ POWDER Absolutely Pure PRIVATEERING drcd Bills Introduced y The Republicans maintain that Ed They Are Not Anxious to Come Finnell one of the Commissioners Out And Show cannot serve because elected by the Leg Â¬ islature to an office termed in the consti- Â¬ Fight LAWS tution a minor Lfgslativd oilke to FORTY WILL BECOME which the Legislature cannot elect ex- Â¬ ceeding four years Jim Ricbardson of Glapgow was given the four year term APPEAR TOO COWARDLY FOR THAT Senator Jolly Says He Is Not a and Henry George the two year term Candidate For Con- Â¬ Ex Chief Justice Pryor and Judg i Holt will represent the sinking fund in the But In the Event of Prlvatoerlnp It May gress 1 tigation over the matter be Necessary to Invade and Bring Representative Saundetp of Union About the Dismemberment But Like all Patriotic Republicans He Is county he of Lindsay n solution fame is of Spain said to be slated for deputy warden at In the Hands or His the Eddy ville pen under the new regime Senator Ferguson is Bald to have the Friends wardenship at the same prison nailed Madrid March 14 Tho view held In down The Rev Alvln Bertram is a tip official circles Is that Spain will not for chaplain Dr J II Lacky sienis a provoke a war because If she did sho THE ELECTION COMMISSIONERS NAMED cinch for prison pbysiciau and South would find herself Isolated but if Amer- Â¬ Trimble will be warden at Frankfort if ica gives tho provocation Spain will not be alone In tho struggle the Democratic plans donot miscarry The general opinion is that in tho March 14 The Representative Bishop of Newport will Fbankfobt Kr be the deputy warden here and Dr event of war Spain will not need to at- Â¬ Breckenndge Senatorial district Bent a tack American territory It will suffice Republican to represent it but iu all Hugh Tobin will get tho physician ap- her to pursuo a war of privateering pointment The Rev Elijah Petty of fairness be bas made friends by bis As Americas commerce Is sevenfold kind treatment o everybody ho came in Grant county will be chaplain up here greater than Spains American inter Â¬ while Jarv s Stone is the best backed ests would suffer most War contact with and by bis seeming devo- Â¬ would be tion to the interests of bis constituents mau for penitentiary clerk madness benefiting neither nation at all time I have not much lovo for a If there was any doubt of there being and good sense therefore counsels Republican from a real political stand- patriotism and to sparo in this body of peace point but when I see a good man who law- - making statesmen up here it was Powder for ltlg-- Gam is unfortunate enough to march under removed on Saturday when the rumor Wilmington Del March 14 Tho the Moody shirt and bigli protection was flying over the city thnt the Uuited powder worka of the E I Dupont Do bauner I am at least honest enough to States cruiser Montgomery had met the Mours company Is now working day and night on a government order for accord honor to whom honor is duo fate of the Maine in the Havana harbor hexagonal powder big guns County Attorney R N Miller of The Legislature adjourned for five min Â¬ Until a day or two for the ago only the day utes to hear the news confirmed or de- Â¬ Breckeurldge was in town last week force was at work but It is said that the gueet of Senator Jolly He came to nied In the meantime the expressions orders from Washington necessitated heard indicated the feeling that was the employment of a night force In see tne sights watch the law makers and put hi some good work among the prevalent Republicans and Democrats addition some of the buildings are be- Â¬ Rf publicans in bis race for the noruiua forgot their differences as tbey scored tbe ing enlarged and more machinery Is tion for Attorney General In securing Spanish and expressed themselves in no being put in There pro 26 grinding the support of Rob Jolly he Mr unmistakable language Fortunately it mills on the place and these are now Miller has won a decided ad van I aye to was a canard for if it bad not been Ken all running The dally capacity of tho start on fur the Irviigton miller stands lucky might have been tho scene of tbe works is said to be 10 tons of hexagonalÂ¬ powder Work is also said to bo hurfirst real war like movement well with bis ried at the companys plant In New Senator Jolly brt tlieru Senator Jolly in conversation with Jersey near Qlbbstown 8iYB he is going to be in the forefront of TheNuwa correspondent said I am Finishing- - lllc num the Republican etato convention and glad the session is at a close I have Washington March 14 At the will land Millers nomination or know tried to be fair with both tbe R publi- Â¬ Washington gun factory thero are now the reason why can and D mocratic parties and have In various stages of construction no quit their done what I thought right in all mat- Â¬ less than 160 guns of formidable char If the Democrats will fool In as Sam Jones says the deep ters I havo no apologies to make for acter on which work is being done laid plans ol the Rids will fall shattered lighting the McChord bil it waa infam Â¬ night and day with a view to their No new guns are The Democrats can ous and only meant to break down our early completion to the ground being started but the entire alwajs be depended on to gut mixed up greatest commercial industry and place the factory are devoted to efforts of finishing in some sort of unnicesBary factional tho railroad at the mercy of three com Â¬ those now under way A naval officer squabble just about the time they sh ud missioners and the commissioners at the said there would be enough of them present an unbroken front to the enemy mercy of tho railroad when finished to constitute a fair arm- Â¬ As to the Prlson blllit is a direct ament for probably thirty or more aux- Â¬ So it is now the Goebel bill havil g set tho old strife caldron to boiling just purloining of places and no honest Dem iliary cruisers should such a large fleet As to its efiectr it be found necessary to supplement tho when a unity of purpose seemed to have ociat will deny It been g ed upon I hope these bicker Â¬ will work to the benefit of tbe Republi regular warships ings will all bedlsulpattd and that we can party From a party standpoint I All Are Kept limy will win a signal victory injtbe nixt state have no obj ctions to it but personally Cleveland March 14 Warner I do from the fact that it displays some Swasey of this city are filling a largo election but the Dttnocrals whooppes the force bill are in no humor to of my beat friends If the courts uphold order for tho government for tele- Â¬ tolerate bossim and there must be no the lawwhlch I do not believe they will scopes to be used on heavy guns for sighting purposes They are also at lavish display of it before the campaign it will work harm to Democrats As to the Election or Force bill I work on a new model of range finder closes or it will prove a haven for the can say that I disagree with most of my which will be shipped to Fort Monroe ill of the party party While it Is infamous and a deep where It will be tested within a few The caucus to nominate the three laid scheme on tlm part of Goebel to get days The inventor of this device baa election commissioners provided for the Governoiship of Kentucky under any been hero several weeks superintend- Â¬ ing the construction Tho Otis Steel under the Goebel election law has been circumstances jet I am charitable called to meet to night Moudaj at 8 enough towards the honest Democracy company of this city is also filling a government order for deck plates for oclock in the hall of the House It a of Kentucky to believe there will be an cruisers Bald by inside sources that the f blowing uprising in the party to have an honest Heady for War slate has been cut aud dried for setec vote and an honest count It is a pit ce Washington March 14 The Mlan tion and that jt will go through with- ol political cowardice and It will eventutonomah Katahdin Minneapolis and out a hitch at any point ally bury tbe Democratic party in Ken Â¬ Columbia are now all but ready to sail Wm T Ellis of Owensboro Ky tucky Ai to jts ellecta on iuy county within a day or two if so ordered All L I Leach of Princeton Ky Charles BreuVenildge it will amount to noth Â¬ th warships are coaled and have most B Poyns of Maysville Ky Mr Lach ing My people irrespfctive of party of their stores aboard and about all is one o those rather unusual political are for fair elections and fair counts and that remains to be done now Is to re Â¬ curiosities developed durlr g the last the commissioners who attempt to make plenish their stock of ammunition National carupagn a free silver banker gains otherwiBH will only regret it ouce This will be done at tho government lie has been ou the grouud for a week Senator Jolly was asked as to his race magazine a short distance below the navy yard and all of the vessels will looking alter his interests forCongrecs in the Fourth District and j then be ready for sailing at a moments I am not a candidate and have notice The bills for the last two days of the said aetsloH are scheduled to keep members all the political honors I want but I am Plans Mapped Out of both Houses at work until midnight a Republican and a true Republican is Portsmouth N II March 14 Plans always at the rail of his party The to raorrow night As I write this every for the placing of submarine mines for solon is up to his eyes in hard labor Force bill would not ream me In the Portsmouth harbor havo been mapped least in fact I had rather mn under the sortii g out the bills he wants to call up liw than tliH old one I can pay to vou out and a large force of men have been or getting resolutions prepared for this that ih my opinion a Republican ran and actively at work near the fortifications afternoons session when much legtsla will hold th next peat in Congress from It Is claimed however that these mines will be of little use owing to the great Hon will bo enacted Anally The enrol Â¬ the Fourth District depth of water In the river there being ling clerks will be kept busy until a late MATTINGLY over 10 fathoms In the channel from hour to inor low night and there will be the entrance at New Castle to within a alorg list of bills resting inthocalea Miss Kate Newby is visiting friends short distance of the navy yard dar Fully one- third of the five hund Â¬ tills week No Report Necessary red bills introduced since the gavel fell Miss Alice Brtckey has returned home Madrid March 14 The government day have be killed l 041 the opening 18 momentarily expecting to receive tho MIm Ada Brkkey la quite sick mmmJHoc another third fulled to pus Mr Laae Woods and Mrs 0 Ji Pate report of the Spanish commission kbU the remaining third botk Umu i which It la understood will maintain are oa lbs eeJaadar or have pawed are both sick Mr Smith has gone into tbe that the Maine explosion was internal But teas than c a hundred intaauras Although the American commission have passed either lwna and Hot near Â¬ mercantile bueJaeM may give another explanatloa the gov Â¬ Mies Sallle Perk las has returned fro ly1 so Bny bays jnsjed both Praia ernment will energetically uphold the aly Mt over forty bill will become aws a vkdt to her brother 1b Gfeyerpert Spanish report j Tow Wroe and Hal 0 Marray passed M a paaalt of the station A Tuclead of Freleetllet through bete last week Newport March 14 The tag Leydea Waal- opUea Mil whtek it bad Mks Lak Brit key Is almost a klg4 the torpedo statloa far League Ul Â¬ weald NyolttUoaiM llqaor and waiglts 6 peaads Sh i 21 Mi aavy yard with torpedo ead outfits of aallMagha tltt Mat aad task away a yewettfafte eight yeas M projectiles for the endears Minne aMaay Wm aavaliag ia Mm ally ttaUl dry fee has t bee able to walk a step tad aaalie aad Columbia and torpedo boat M Ut boaa taaoaticad aum Bat bas bean aa lavattd all of bar UK Rodgers Tat tut baa beta detached Not More Than Â¬ -- Â¬ - - oy at Washington March 9 District of Columbia appropriation hill passed Washington March 10 Defense ap- Â¬ propriation bill unanimously passed Washington March 11 Joint reso- Â¬ lution Introduced providing for tho Klondike Relief Expedition Story or temporary admission free of duty of naval supplies procured abroad a Parvenu Congress- Â¬ In the Home man Washington March 8 Senate bill providing for two regiments passed with but three dissenting votes Washington March 10 Special Washington March 9 Bill passed Already thoro Is speculation as to what appropriating 150000000 for national will happen In Cuba In caso tho rulo of Spain In that Island comes to an end or defense tho power of tho Unltod States la thrown Washington March 10 Legislative over the colony In auoh a way as to ossuro executive and Judicial appropriation a parmanoncy of ponoo Men who know bill passed Cuba from one end to tbo other toll me In their opinion tho Island will enjoy a period Washington March 11 Senate free of prosperity suoh as It never saw before home amendment to Indian appropria- Â¬ Tho rehabilitation will bo among tho mar vels of tho world for swiftness and com Â¬ tion bill and senate amendment for rat- Â¬ pleteness It Is well known that Cuba Is ification of Seminole treaty were non rich In soil and resources All tho world concurred In stands read to buy her tobacco and her Washington March 12 Bill to pay sugar her coffee and her woods Glvon an enlightened and settled government Bowman act claims considered glvqn security for capital and business ANONYMOUS LETTERS and Cuba would attract the enterprising and ipooulatlvo young men from all over tho world Property how worthless or Sent to Judge Woodward Are Being Made Public nearly so because overrun with weeds In Wllkesbarre Pa March 14 Some of that luxuriant iomltroplcal clime with Its buildings In ruin and Its peoplo scattered the anonymous letters sent to Judge or dead would bo mado to blossom as tho Woodward during the Lattlmer trial rose Many thousands of men Would go are being made public Following Is n out from tbo United States to taVe a shnro samplo of the letters received in tho work of rehabilitation to Invest Sir I am ordered to Interview or their capital to glvo tholtland tho bless- Â¬ ing of Ainoricon thrift and practicality communicate with you I have chosen Only Platonlo Sympathy the latter method My purpose Is to Thoro Is hope for tho Cubans who yet live 14 cor- Â¬ as thoy appear to be upon the London March The Paris fate dawn of bet Â¬ warn you of the of a that awaits you Â¬ I am a member Becret organizarespondent of tho Dally Mall declares ter times tion sworn to end your life and It will French support of Spain would not Interest In Cuba President carry out Its purpose oven though Its President UoKlnley says a member of last member dies In the act I have exceed platonlc sympathy and that tho oabinot who knows whoreof ho speaks Â¬ been chosen to follow you to the ends there is no likelihood that the friendliof tho ness of Austria or Germany would ex Â¬ has not gone to bod ono night In tho last to me earth My fato Is as nothing Should I fall another will be three or four months without taking the tend further question of Cuba along with htm It Is chosen tbo ono question which has absorbed his Movement of Ships Itlch Gold Discovery Key West March 14 The battleship enorgles and bis thought After tho wreck Phoenix A T March 14 Michael of the Maine tho president was for n cou Iowa arrived from the Tortugas and is plo of weeks unablo to sleep woll Tho re- Fltzpatrlck from the Parquahale anchored off here The torpedo boat sponsibility resting upon him worried htm mountains brings news of the discov- Â¬ Dupont sailed with mail and dispatches and lod him to fight It all out on his pilery by him of one of the most wonder- Â¬ for the fleet at Tortitgas She will re- Â¬ low Ills health did not suffer seriously ful gold ledges of Arizona a statement lieve the torpedo boat Porter now at but bo became noticeably paler and more that Is apparently borne out by the nervous Tbo strain the long hours dur- Â¬ specimens at hand Fitzpatrlck says the Tortucas ing which It was Impossible to shako off that shortly after ho made the discov- Â¬ Ton of Powder thought nhd speculation and that weigh ery three men who had been working Valparaiso Ind March 14 The Aet- Â¬ ing of every circumstance and considera tion whloh a conscientious man finds un- Â¬ copper claims nearby raided his claim na Powder company at Miller Station has received an order for 100 tons pf avoidable under suoh conditions had their with shotguns and drove him from the powder and 200 tons of dynamite car- Â¬ natural effoet But this has now to a place Fitzpatrlck and an officer will large extent worn away Slnoe tbe presi tridges from tbe war department The dent perceived the splendid manner In leave for tbe mine works will be run day and night whloh the American pooplo were standing No Special llegulatlons by htm Without a dissenting volco In con Washington March 14 With the Only One Ship Left gress and with Jingoism and conservatism view of avoiding difficulties In the fu- Â¬ Washington March 14 Tho order- Â¬ all coming to the same level of patriotism ing of the Helena and tho Bancroft be has slept better and felt more oonfldenoo ture the Spanish legation wishes It made public that custom legislation in now on the European station to the In the future and In himself Compared with the conscientiousness Cuba does not contain any especial United States will leave Admiral How- Â¬ The ell commanding that station with but and hard work of the president of the regulation concerning yachts United States I want to point out to you captain simply has to provide himself one vessel the San Francisco an Instance of another sort It is not of with a regular manifest certifying that inuoh Importanoe and under the circum Â¬ Perfecting Its PI a tin Is In ballast If these regu- Â¬ Washington March 14 The govern- Â¬ stances I do not fool at liberty to glfu tho the vessel gentlemans name though ram strongly lations are not complied with the cap- Â¬ ment is perfecting its plans to make tempted to do so Ho Is roprosentatlrof tain shall be liable to a fine a the movements of troops to the coast In congress from a northern state He Declared For Hays defenses orders for which were Issued was appointed by Speaker Rood a mom be r Grecncastle Ind March 14 The Re- Â¬ by tho war department on Friday and of one of tho most important committees of the house This committee has boon at publican county convention declared published at that time work nearly all winter upon a schomo of for Hon S A Hays for congress and Nearlng the End legislation whloh tbe country evinced empowered him to select his own dele- Â¬ Havana March 14 It Is thought great Interest In and whloh would havd gates to the Martinsville convention that tho Maine court of Inquiry will been of vital consequence to the nation had close its labors here during the pres Â¬ not tbe foreign complications eclipsed it CONCLUDED TO WAIT been committee has never ent week and will probably re examine Yet tho socura the attendance of oneq tueniJ Hurry to this some of the survivors of the Malno at ablo toHe bas been sent for a dozen times Indiana Republicans Net In a ber Call Their Contention Key West has been urged to take bis place bull and Indianapolis March 10 A meeting has nover appeared His fellow commit of the Republican state committee was All About a Woman tocmen do not know what his views aro j Brazil Ind March 12 Frederick thoy do not know him by sight some of held here for the purpose of completing Krach was shot and mortally wounded them Tho man spends most of his tlmd tbe party organization for the state by Frederick Ellis at the home of Mrs playing poker and carousing around and campaign MX the members of tho committee Andrew Brewer of this city who re-Â¬ he doesnt care a rap whether thero Is any Indeed It takes all were present or were represented by cently secured n divorce from her hus- Â¬ legislation or not proxy when Chairman Hernley an- Â¬ band Ellis was co respondent In the kinds of men to make up a world Klondike Ilellef Expedition nounced his executive aad advisory case and made his home with Mrs Some of the newspapers haVo tried to cqmmtttees Brewer Krach went to Mrs Brewers criticise Secretary Alger for plunglhglntd The sentiment of the committee was house and requested to be allowed to the Klondike relief expedition anspend that In view of the unsettled state of spend the night Ellis objected and lng so much of tbo public money jheroln words passed which ended in Ellis But those criticisms are In very poor astoj national affairs It might be well to wait drawing his weapon and shooting It Is truo that at the tlmo the secretary1 a few weeks before fixing a date for asked congress for tho appropriation and the state convention Krach gave the orders for buying tho reindeer In The committee fixed the basis of rep- Â¬ Norway there were many well informed Glass Planta Resume men vt ho tbdught relief Was not needed by1 resentation on the state convention at Anderson Ind March 12 NatlcuaJ the miners and that they could take card one delegate for every 200 votes and a officers of the Windowglasa Blower of themselves It will be remembered fraction of over 100 votes cast for the and Gatherers and the WlndowgJasSl that I took tho tamo view In those tHaon the Republican ticket agsor patohes after a careful study of tbe sltua i first elector Cutters aud Flattenera National in 189C clatlons effected a settlement of the tios But thore was nooertalnty thatthisj looks Mkn a Strike questions which have closed several view was oorrect It might turn out aft minors would or all that thousands Fairmont W Va March 11 Rep- Â¬ plants and threatened to close all In starvo It relief were notofsent In by thd the country The blowers and gather- Â¬ goVornmont Secretary Algor simply not Â¬ resentatives of the United Mine Work- Â¬ ers withdrew objectionable workmen ed upon tho theory that as long as doubt ers of America are preparing for an Â¬ romaluod It would be almost criminal of other strike In West Virginia If the a 1 plants resumed tbe government to neglect every possible Chicago scale Is not accepted In this Negroes UseVocaiua He aotod wisely andhuraane- - state by April 1 Vice President John precaution Paducah Ky March 12 So great ly him In and Mitchell Is here assisting the local offi grown among the Is very criticism of Indeed this connection haa tho cocaine habit The publlo farfetched negroes here that they secretly peddle which believes tbe American government cers and they are unable to get the the deadly drug about tho streets at 10 should stand by American cltlsons wber i operators to hold any conferences with cents a sniff Tho police say that hun ever thoy are whetbor In a foreign land them The operators refuse to consid- Â¬ dreds of negroes are dying by Inches In or faraway Alaska will praise rather than er the proposition and the men say condemn the secretary for bis foresight they will strike If the scale Is not adopt- Â¬ this city from the uso of cocaine Besides It Is likely to turn out a good ed next month Investment Not muoh monoy has aotual J It I Now a Law Merchandise Stuck Sold Frankfort Ky March 12 The Goe ly been tost The herd of 600 relndesr im- Indianapolis March 9 Under sanc Â¬ bel election bill pased the house 69 to ported trow Lapland by special steamer every cent tney cost Aiasxa tion of the superior court the merchan- Â¬ 32 over the governors veto and Is are worts needs reludeer and tho more of them there now a law During Its passage two of the better1 The da will 001110 when they dise stock of the insolvent company was sold In bulk to the members Depp and Elmore en Â¬ may be worth their weight la gold la sav George W Stout of this city for 164000 gaged In fisticuffs but peace was re- Â¬ log human life Moreover the 600 ani mals oould now be sold at about what it cash The coffee roasting and grinding stored oot the government to pUee them In low- - machinery went to a Chicago firm for Karly Settlement Retired er Alaska The War departneat has an 1919 Soveral local wholesale dealers Ottawa March 14 Hon David Mills offer of flOd apleoe far a herd of WO attdf competed for the purohase and the bids eos was between ftiO aad 90 each ev stated In the senate that the Canadian the ranged from C0600 by a Chicago house government was pressing upoa the fyI thing reokoaed in to that of the purchaser Meat Door to vaadetbuu oMce In London the aeceeelty colonial j have- heard a fanny story of a rlea at an early settlement of tue disputed wrttern- eeagreessaaa Me as a let af OJawaV rOStlxjsV Alaskan boundary taeaetv a eaaraUaa saasUy aad he waated taea a dash la WasUagtaa ak he VU isJtr for JIK Ceqia nitajaataaJ taaaaAaaa afeialfc mi Tan apea the exaedUat ef Matfak a handsaaie laMB MtM9i WaM4 pMft aWSi am AU ufnbJJfflMtaV fuiHleaed aouss aext aWtotbe awiee Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Krag-Rey-nolÂ¬ ae President Feels Relieved by the Action of Congress Secretary Alger And The soyai awmo fowota eo mw voiw PRIZE FIGHT- Â¬ ER SHOT By an In Alleged an Town Ex Convict Indiana Self defense is claimed The Victim Accused tils Slayer With Being a Party to a Robbery of One of His Friends March Shelbyvllle Ind 14 Alonzo Barrett met Edward SkotskI on the public square when tbe latter Is said to havo charged Barrett with having been a party to robbing one of Skotskls friends Barrett shot SkotskI just over tho left nipple the ball passing through the body SkotskI ran through the saloon of Isaac Houck and on to Jackson street during which time Barrett fired two more shots without effect On reaching the rear street SkotskI was overcome by loss of blood Dr Frank Campbell pronounced his wound fatal SkotskI had a reputation aa a lightweight prizefighter Barrett It Is said has served time at Michigan City for counterfeiting He will plead self defense claiming that SkotskI drew a knife on him KIRTLEYS SHORTAGE Bondsmen or the Dead Treasurer Dlssat- - lafled With Experts Report Fowler Ind March 11 The com- Â¬ missioners of Benton county employed A G Fosdick an expert accountant of Indianapolis to examine the records of the late Treasurer James Kirtley The report shows Kirtley to be short 1C000 and his predecessor la office A C Boyce 500 Klrtleys bonds Â¬ men are not satisfied and demand that A C Boyces records be examined to the limit The bondsmen also claim that they are not liable after the two year term expired Aug 15 that Kirtley commit ted suicide Dec 29 and the report does not show when the defalcation was made The bondsmen aro talking compro- Â¬ mise but the commissioners Insist upon payment In full of all shortage and have adjourned to March 18 when they will complete the settlement or bring suit Both ex treasurers were Republicans nTTkosecution Criminal Esoapes a Justly Deserved Fate Chicago March 14 B R Bennett alias Charles P Mead formerly of In- Â¬ dianapolis who was arrested on n charge of swindling the First National A Dangerous bank by means of raised drafts has been released the bank officials having requested that the case against him be dismissed The matter It Is under- Â¬ stood was settled out of court The Crow Girl Arrested Ewlng Ky March 9 Tho two Crow girls who with their mother engaged In a pitched battle with officers in Lew Is county a few weeks ago In which the mother was killed were arrested here while attending church They were returned to Lewis county charged with malicious shooting He Was Jealous Louisville March 10 In a fit of Jeal Â¬ ousy Lee Van Arsdalo a young railroad man murdered Mary Harris an Inmate of a house of 111 repute by cutting her throat from ear to ear Pursued by aa officer Van Arsdale rushed Into aa ad Â¬ joining room and killed himself by cut- Â¬ ting his throat t 2t2r Killed While Steallnr a Rid Plymouth Ind March 10 A freight train on the Lake Erie and Western railway broke In two near Walkerton and was wrecked Alexander Smith of Plymouth and a young man named I loo ten of Tyner City Ind who were stealing a ride were InBtantly killed Burled Together Brownstown Ind March 11 Word has been received here from Houstoe this county of the death of two sisters Misses Katie and Carrie Cross They were taken sick about the same tine died the same day In the same roots and were burled In the same chafe Qraatetl a Reprieve New Albany Ind March 10 Marry O Glbsoa of this city who was sen Â¬ tenced to be hanged at Mississippi City Mis for the murder of Jeaa Park hurst aad wife last October aaa aaea granted a reprieve aattl the swprsme cowt eaa pass oa htaeaae 9aka rri w Oaaeaeata niii v tw ww CaHttaHi TAaraves CuijrOnkukk J mrwimmq paneM wwvrn TIICLTV - ttifMaitottt -- I w SUSS HARDIN8BURQ L H W A BIT BRANDENBURG Itw r TTViBFimwn Breckenridge B News 10 1898 It seem that Gov Bradleys dont amount to much Wk are ed pn the Prison Commission vetoa 4 V 0 Sttbtgt EdIUn tad Prtpilstn TIME TAKE m gad Jim Richardson has land Paitogsr Daily WEDNESDAY MARCH SIX PAGES Maybvillk Is Wnat Jim haint said and writ for the Democratic party would make mlgiity poor seasoning for a bowl of Democratic soup- - coins suit arr IUrdtnibarg Till soma Paiiragar Dally arr HardlnibariUiiS rur pn TO IS County Court noxl Monday Thts modern malady has become Rev T V Joiner preached a splendid Mis W J Mattingly hr s been ill for dreaded not moro for its direct fa- Â¬ sermon Sunday uight He has the OF MOROANriELD Is enjoying a telephone happy faculty of clothing his thoughts several days tality than for tho weakness of P M Beard is preparing for a big corn body and mind it leaves behind it war in words that burn and imprets the Prolonged debility permanent pros- Â¬ thoughtful He gets nearer to the hearts crop on bis lake faim tration melancholy and Buicido fol- Â¬ M ta Ella Dillon who has been sick for Srvkrai farmers in the county hayo of his congregation in every sermon For this discaso planted corn low La Grippe some time Is improving there is no remedy Buporior to Mrs J II Logan returned from a visit Tub News is a well rounded local Ayers Cherry Pectoral In thirty Ave years there have been paper to day It covers Its territory about to Indiana last Saturday 8000 different postal cards The best remedy for la grippe that I as well as the big city dailies do thelrs Mr and Mrs Frank Haawell were here know of is Ayers Cherry PoctoraL And our first page is a pretty good Sunday from Cioverport Rev JOHN K CHASi Cork stalks are pouriog into Rock- - mirror of the world at large You cant Mies Tula O Daniel is oxpected home South Hampton N U port Ind at an enormous rate head the News off It knows lis own this week from St Louis My wife and five children were taken business and attends to it down with la grippe while the disease was so Jesse Eakridge wont to Hartford last Sulzbrs are preparirg for war Seo I dosed them with Ayers widely prevalent Saturday on legal buslnets their canon booming and flsRs flying And now comes Gen Watt Hardin Cherry Pectoral and before using quite two Is the B N college a succecs 7 Visit bottles my family was restored to health I who sajs there must be a reo gjnlzation know of sevaral obstinate cases of the same the 100 busy students and be convinced of the Democratic otgau the D spatch Dn Hiram Curry of Grandvlow Ind complaint which were also cured by this The next meeting of the Foreign Miss- Â¬ a physician of that place died last It seems that the organ dont grind J PAItMINTER remedy ionary society will be with Mrs W K Paulette Miss out the kind of stuff to suit the General Thursday There nevor was an organ that made Barnes I was cured of la grippe by the use of Ayers Cherry Pectoral Tub pay of a regular soldi r is 13 a music to suit all the would be grinders not Every one who would teach C S THOMPSON month with board bed and clothing keep school should attend the B N Pub Signal West Farmington 0 thrown in The Hon R M Jolly does not swear college by all the holy vows of heaven that he Robt Cox who has been ill at Rev Gen W S Rosecrans the last of the wont accept the Republican nomination Sneeds was removed to his own home Union commanders at the great battles for Congress in this district No no last wetk Bobbys not going to proclaim anything of the war is dead at 70 The tiustees have made another great so rash as that The trutli is Bob away preamble covering the stock law but Pnor BRiY to the amount of 20000 down in his heart would like to make some of the stock is fctill at large Cloverports Leading One Price Store Hes got a taste of politics and was destroyed by fire last Friday at the race Mrs Nellie Wathen of Louisville has the fact is he likes it so well that he Golden Pond Trigg county put up in half size bottles at half is wants more And heres a pointer been here the past week visiting her price 50 cents mother Mrs Robt Cox It is a blessed thing for the date of Hell turn up with the nomination Mr Walter Campbell came in from Kentucky that the sessions of its legisall acquitted themselves with great latures are not continuous The assessed valuation of real and per- Huntington W Va last Saturday to bo credit and honor to Brandenburg Nor- Â¬ sonal property in the United Statts is with Ills wife and child who are visiting mal Each graduate was presented with Gait Bui Eiua is not a bad man on estimated to be 30000000000 The here an exquislt boquet from their teacher the election commission He will cer- Â¬ appropriation by Congress last week of Will Hensley has been out looking at Mr A C Burton which was certainly a tainly take care of his end of the Btring 50000000 for war purposes amounts to tobacco but has not bought much Mr thoughtful kindness on his part and an one sixth of one per cent on property Hensley is the only buyer here this act of courtesy The musical program Judge W D Holt has kindly sent in subject to taxation And il necessary year Mrs D M was admirably rendered just think of what we couid raise withanother installment of his impressions The B N College is now enjoying a Duncan Miss Mary Taylor and Miss of New Mexico which will appear next out invalidating our credit as a nation period of prosperity Evey department Ellen Mumford scored a big success An expenditure of ten per cent is is on the up grade N xt term begins week before an appreciative audience Misses allowable for self protection Ten per April 11 Ruth Phillips Lula and Minnie Bland Mrs A Ditto Jr Mrs W L Dooley The farmers are warring with the soli cent of thirty billion dollars is three A fine first class sewing machine if Mabel Hardin and Lena Nevitt added as they never warred before tiie plows thousand million dollars a pretty nice you want one big money to you by see- Â¬ Mrs J II Bishop and sou Ernest new laurels to their wreath each in her sum to back up our navy with Talk ing me and examining are in tne furrow and theyve got to my machines T spent Friday with Mrs O W Hendrick role W D Aslicraft Lon Nevitt and about Spain going to war with us is all O Lewis and daughter Miss Ella make them go Beall Grinnell rendered valuable assis- Â¬ will bosh Mr Burton and Mr Hardesty are tance on the program Pius Yates made Ed Dillon and Miss Lottie Sherman Dave Moorman has faith in the lands Breckenridge county is a large pro-Â¬ Charley Scott and Miss Mapgie Baker earnest workers in the cause of educa a pleasing welcome address Rev Mr of Breckenridge county He has just ducer of raw materials What she needs made a flying trip to Cioverport last Sun Â¬ tion and they know just how to help a Sbultz delivered the address to the bought 160 acres paying the handsome now is an element that can take these day eveniug lady in an entertainment graduates and thereby proved that he price of 20 per acre raw materials and convert them into the Dr and Mrs Wells have the blue was tho right man in the right place Licensed to marry O L Cundiff to finished product The states south of ribbon for the most luxuriant and the Mr W D Ashcraft presented the diplo- Â¬ With a gold reserve of nearly 175 us are fnBt catching on to this ideat Ella Allbright Walter Meador to Lizzie greatest variety of hyacinths they have mas with an all round neat talk The A Miller K M Mitchell to Elizabeth 000000 this country is in pretty good They are building cotton mills to manu on exhibition in the Arcade window night was inclement but tho audience shape for war so far as money goes and facture their cotton iron furnaces to Canary J N Brickey to Ida Pate Mrs Blanche Fontaine loves and cul- Â¬ was large and a representative one from If a teacher would make himself a thats more than half the battle utilize thier iron ore and why riot tivates flowers quite extensively and town and country Tbe Normal pupils On tho premises of Mrs M J Pato deceasedat New Bethel Ky sell Kentucky aud Breckenridge county strong factor among the many good yet strange to relate she failed to dis closed the evening exercises with an Tiiekb was a slight strike in the have tcbicco manufactories planing teachers in Breckenridge countv he tingush between tulip educational song composed by our and a pond lily to tho highest and best bidder all of the personal property of the do Owensboro Woolen Mills last Thursday mills and pork houses The idea is to should attend the B N Colli g Meade county poet Doe Grey Long a lady wore I will leave here with my gallery on of the strikers have returned to not let a pound of the raw material go but most of education May the ceased consisting Mrs Norton of Ekron nee Katie live the cause of duty Col Ed Foote is the manager out in its raw state This tiling Is done tio 1st day of April All persons want Board that we has charge of the Luclle Home motto Upward and Onward log photographs should come right away in other states why not here in Ken- Â¬ Mrs Helmstotter was faithful was not adopted be ever the watchword of all of as 1 will leave on that date W J Mat Â¬ The Sunday edition of the Louisville tucky in Breckenridge county physically strong enough to assumo the our young people just taking up lifes tingly Commercial was in every particular a pilgrimage responsibilities The J C Ayer Co of Lowell Mass great paper A new 50000 press has The B N college is extending its al- Â¬ Miss Ellen Mumford sang Holy City beet purchased aud she now comes out proprietors of the well known and popu- Â¬ ready large circle of friends by its unself Â¬ GARRETT lar Ayers remedies celebrated their ish devotion to the welfare of its pat- Â¬ with great feeling and for an encore in colors Because I love you so fiftieth birthday recently It was a rons Let the more to follow fall Into rendered Born to the wife of Jake Bungar the Bweotly Mies Maude Adkieson played Implements Hcuohold and Kitchen Jubilee of Ayers Sarsaparilla fifty line Did you ever think of this that there 8th a boy the accompaniments beautifully years of cures The gathering was a Â¬ never was a boy or girl worth the feed James Snyder who was sent to the as Dr Miles went to Brandenburg Wed- Â¬ Little Margaret Maurine Howard is a ing who did not present to the close notable one and a rather remarkable one sylum from this place last fall is re observer some idication of a fitness for in the history of a proprietory Medicine ported to be much improved both in late arrival at the home of Mr and Mrs nesday on business House when it is known that the nver body something There has been some gardening done and mind and may return home Wf D Howard She is a dark haired age life of a patent medicine is some- Â¬ in brown eyed beauty like the beautiful in this neighborhood a short time mother or the handsome father From the Declaration of Independence thing lets than two years This well Mrs Sallie Burch aud Dora Funk P M Beard had five car loads of ice to the present day a period of 123 years known company was founded by Dr J Mrs H V Duncan spent Saturday went to Brandenburg Friday shipped here last week with which he C Ayer in 1838 He was a poor boy the United States has waged five wars filled his big ice houses If the Ice keeps and Sunday with Mr and Mis D M Mert Miles is the guest of Airs Cog and in every one our flag has come out when he entered an apothecary store in well Mrs hiil of Rock Haven this week he will have an abundance for his Duncan enroute to Louisville victorious No other nation has such a his native town of Lowell He studied Duncan is looking well and is her usual Mrs Miles and II L Rhodes were the hard worked hard purchased the drug customers next summer record handsome self I only regret I cannot guests of Mrs J G Roby Wednesday Morris Eakridge has fenced the old see more of store and put upon the market Cherry her property on the South Farmers are through sowing oats and The News is not an organ Its just Pectoral which laid the foundation for Taylorand has some very desirable end ofÂ¬ iuo ivev i uewitt xaimage sayp budd some few are through breaking ground His town a plain every week country newspaper a large business and fortune Spain and the United Slates will not go Mrs Buckler gave the jouug folks a It aims to print all the news thats fit maxim was Undertake what you can ing lots on it for sale Ttie building to war That 50000000 Congress offeraccomplish and accomplish what you business however is not on much of a to print and that its facilities are able to party Tuesday night All report a good ed to assist the President he compases A splendid maxim and rush here at present handle It has no boss It is twenty undertake Martindale Poultry Yaids to this walking stick that frightens does time one that still holds good in this day and Rev Hawes Presiding Elder of the M off in his daily one years old and free thank the Lord Will Crutcher of Vine Grove 8gmt walks time Our first recollection of a patent E church in this district held his Quar Miss Ella Hendrick ppont Saturday for the McCoruiIck machine was here EGGS FOR SALE terly meeting tiere last Saturday and Talk about monopolies Are there medicine was Ayers Cherry Pictorial and Sunday with mo She is suffering Thursday Ayers IMIs Sarsaparilla I haielj yards of the following bietds Bun Airue preached two very interesting sermons in the state of Kentucky two greater Mrs Henry Peak and Mrs W W from nervous prostration and is con Â¬ Cochins II P Hocks I C I James Light These are Rev Hawes is a strong second blessing monopolies than the Goebel election Cure and Hair Vigor templating a trip south with her mother Miles were the guests of G R Miller Hrahmas Blk Langshans Illlc Mlnorcas S S bill and the Penetentiary bill just pass Â¬ household remedies and the time was advocate and makes things hot for those and family Mouday to be g me several months llamburii S C n Leghorns Egg from any ed by the Legislature They were pass- when no other remedies were known who get in reach of him oftheabmeforfl50 lor 15 Imperial Ptkln Mr Goodnight who Is at work on the When you buy your jewelery from a ed for no other purpose than a monopoly especially in this section They are duck egg fame Imp Bronze Turkey eggs just as popular as ever and grow more so jeweler if he has any honor you take forth coming illustrated News was here fjoo perdoien Eggi ihlpped anywheie tafa GROVELAND of the offices by the party in power ly and none but real frth egf ihipped All as they grow in years The Ayers Com- Â¬ no risk in losirg your money as he is last week in the interest of his paper and ordera filled as soon as recelied My stock Is Every town in this county should pany lias been a patron of the News for bound to let you know what you are get Â¬ from whom I had a pleasant call He a s good as money can buy Address Gus Bruner went to Brandenburg on lectured before the Brandenburg Normal send delegates to the Commercial Con more than twenty years and tis but ting At T C Lewis you can get a first business Monday MaSMEJtAUTIK vention held in Louisville May 11 And fitting that we should join in and tender class article for less money than at any Jeff Lee also gave a lecture before tho Box 38 Greenville K- Will Jones attended the Commence the County Judge should appoint dele- Â¬ our congratulations and hearty shake in ury goods store Anything from a school ment exercises in Brandenbuig Satur Â¬ liieir rounding up of fifty years of a watch to a collar button all guaranteed The Rev Mr Stubblefleld left for gates for the county at large There is day night no politics in this convention It is to successful business I repair most all kinds of articles do Owensboro last Friday night after deÂ¬ IRVINGTON nerwill attend tho Methodist meeting Mr Hllf and family were the guests livering a series of sormons He made be a business meeting of plain business all kinds of work If you have any ar- Â¬ now In progress there of J II Shacklett and family Sunday A FAVORITE IN SOCIETY He is a fine ticle about the house from a dish pan to various impressions men and farmers Mrs Jim Smith ia much improved Real estate seems to he on a boom Mrs J D Jones went to Brandenburg Roaster at least We are glad gladder an umbrella a clock watch spectacles of Mrs Miranda Adklsson is among the Two of the most desirable locations in The movement on the part of Louis- Miss Delfavcn Will Favor Branden- Â¬ any kind locks door or pad old broken than ever that Bro Hessons our dear Tuesday to see her mother who was town haying exchanged bands within quiet sick burg Society With Her sick ville business men to hold a Commercial up rings or jewelry of any kind all made good conservative pastor paat few days and more to follow Convention in that city sometime in Presence as neat and good as now And my work Ben G Kendall Jefferson county We owe a large card of thanks to Mrs Mrs Coleman wo are glad to state is the Mr Schullas preached Sunday morn Â¬ Way is a move in the right direction will please you when the price is con Â¬ D M Duncau for her sweet disinterest Â¬ spent part of last week with relatives convalescent Meade County Messenger ing and evening at the The object of the meeting is to attract Again Brandenburg is to be faVored sidered Bring me your work T C edness of self to accommodate others in ana mends and returned home Monday Irayer meeting Wednesday nigut at He made an interesting Baptist church men and capital to the state to show up by one of and timely talk tliB commencement Lewis She is an accomp- night the MethodlBt church Cloverports fairest society to the Methodist 8unday School which our vast resources our coal our timber young ladies The young editor of the Meade Countv lished iruslcian and is dearlv beloved Mrs Hayden Miles is rapidly improv Mits Dellaven I under Fhillp Cain visited frlems last week we enjoyed our agricultural lands and the various stand Miss DeHayen is a member of the Messenger neednt be at all alarmed by all who cotrie in contact with her ing after a hard seige of typhoid fever a host of whom he has here We are sorry to chronical the qnito opportunities our state affords to men smart set of Cioverport We are glad to report also that the oth and her family about the News or its Hardinsburg edl attractive obliging disposition Mlsjca Willa and Ernestine Drury are serlous condition of Mrs Drake who so of intelligence industry and enterprise Mr James Ashciaft one cf Meade ers on the sick list are getting along nice- Â¬ connections Is enough to convince us of tor We have all the business one can Everybody ail men recently romoved from Guston to Mt with Mrs McQlothlan this week all classes her entertaining qualities Iler personal attend to The loss of the CoramlsMon countys oldest and most esteemed citi- ly should be Interested in this charms are noted throughout Kentucky era ofllce was a small matter Wo held zens died last Friday at his residence Mra K N Miller Hardinsburg has Merino Hope under tho treatment of Ben Robinson formerly of this county move It is simply business If we and is considered by many to be a typi It quite long enough and it doesnt pay after quite a protracted Mm as from who moved to Nebraska last fall has re- Â¬ been witli her sister for the past week our own M D she will speedily Jm want our state our county our town cal Kentucky more than half what the practice of an general debility Little Frankie Richardson and mother prove beauty Several entertain- Mr Aslicraft was turned aud will occupy ouo of Grove- to grow and prosper weve got to show ments Miss B ordinary lawyer is worth In this county about 87 years of age and had been Ada Drury of Loulsvillo await Miss DdHaven in the way a lands cottager- vacated by Mr Hender had a nice visit out to relatives near to the outside world men of capital and of luncheon writes delightedly of au evening spent Custer late dinners and a fancy Judge McBeath acted a little shabby resdent of this county a lifo time He son experienco that we want them that dress ball at a recital of Prof Hawes and Dr Ham Â¬ which promises to be the clos toward us but hell have a little settle had ben twice married aud was the A rather unque and intertBing fea Moorman Ilardaway took in soma o ilton Prof Hawes giving right here in Breckenridge county is as ing society numerous se Â¬ father of thirteen children six of whom ture of tho Garrett event of the season Mies ment to make after awhile Literary Saturday Irvingtona attractions last week dur Â¬ lections from Rileys notable Knee deep good a place and that the chances for A Card Dellaven will be the guest of Miss Hen survive him He was one of the charter night was tbe Mock Trial in which ing his sojourn at home making money living comfortably con- Â¬ drick in June clover which many of us re Â¬ who will always bo rununbcred Twenty years experience In the membeis of Sandy Hill church which John Funk was charged with stealing a tented and happy are just as good for so many delightful Mr Hawes is at home after several member moat pleasantly from Dr Hawes wss established in 1810 aud from which Master Commissioners office has given entertainments aeheep from Will Medley After the days in Louisville He will soon have at this place s any where on Gods green earth given at her me a clear insight into the manner church the Rev- - Mr Shullz preached his few preliminaries beautiful country home with the witnesses a lot of nice new goods Weve got the lands the climate Next Sunday there will be preaching of settling estates mortgages Hens funeral last Saturday He was known were over he lawyers for the Common and the best facilities with exception of There will he considerable moving at 11 a in and 7 p in In the Methodist for purchase money and many other far and near as an exemplary conscien- Â¬ wealth and defense proceeded with the around among some good county roads of any county in the Bro Hesson will prefcch of our good people church In questions of a civil character My tious Christian man and the friends and argument and if a stranger had been in state and there is no reason why we causes the afternoon at Sunday School a collec wiiiun mo next lortnigut iiiny mir the sickness In Uia world It observation and experience in all of relatives who assembled to pay the last the house he couldnt haye told but shouldnt have the people Welike the retains tlio digested food too Ions In the bowels these matters has been Mrs Ohas Itdman spent a few days tion will be taken up for the Louisville that in them the earthly tribute attested It by their pres- Â¬ what they were really licensed practic Â¬ moa who are engaged in this movement and produces biliousness torpid liver Indl- - most Blessed are the dead who die in ing lawyers in Cioverport the past week the guest Orphans Home Dont let the children watchful and painstaking investi Â¬ ence After hearing the instruc- Â¬ have great faith in the future of Ken Â¬ forget the pennies and dont forget the sister-in-lagation is necessary for the success of the Lord Mrs Allen tion of Judge Rhodes the jury retired and of her tucky of Breckenridge county of Clo Â¬ cents yourself litigants I declre to give ray entire Mrs DeTtuser of Stlthton spent a cou Â¬ The Meade county school commence a abort time returned a verdict of gill- ve rport and we believe with the proper The Baptists haye arranged o have time to the practice of law I will spend ment came off as advertised on last Sat- - in and fixed bis sentence ly jirt oa our part men with capital and at two years in ple of days with her mother Mrs A B prayer meeting eff two days In Cloyerport each week Tues Â¬ urday nlglit and was one of the most the penitentiary at their elmreb next Coleman during the paat week bad taste coaled Ceitou This morning Mr Funk enterprise can be induced to come and tongue Thursday nluht thie ia a 4p In the right day and Wednesday where I wjll have pleasant and one of the smoothest entei Is safely lodged sick lieudaclie In--II Mlw Ida Gardner after a long and behind the bars and will locate with us buy our landsour lota omnia etc Hoods 1IIU W direction With prayer hmUjp at Wtli an office in the Naws building All tainmenta I have attended for sometime quietly wait for his partner 111 pleacant visit among relatives aad friend who will b and help to develops our hidden resourc cnreeonsUiiatloncwdall Its entireties during matters Intrusted to me will receive eare There were four graduates Mhvef Flo Â¬ on next Saturday night Ltt everybody has returned to her home ia Union Star every Sucday save the week and ehurch es Let Breckenridge county send a mult easily and thoroughly sc All druggist ful and prompt attention one fa this month rins Anderson andTennle Hamilton and come out Sattuday night aa a grand time Prepared by a I Hood ft Co Lowell Mm Mr and Mm Will Gardner and the moral ooodUloa of our town good delegation to this e v ntion TlwoulyrUistotakewlltoHootfiBamnwllU should Messrs El Burch and Jesse Smith who la anticipated VG Babbage Lamar are in Brandenburg Mm Gard- - improve May the seed sown take root to bare an opera house Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Father Whalen had mass early Mon Â¬ day morning W D Aslicraft in an enthusiastic worker in the educational line J D Babbage was in town last week He numbers many fi lends here Sam Jones will lecturo here in July for the beniflt of tho Luclle Home Misses Ellen Mumford and Maude Adklsson wero the guestB of Miss Jen Hardin Mr and Mrs Smith of Wolf Creek came up to seo tholr eon Jesse graduate Miss Susie Eitella Elder spent last week with Misses Lillie and Virgie Rhodes Mrs Jeff Lee of Bullitt county has been quite Blck at her friends Mrs Y II Gough Miss Ellen Mumford sang at the Methodist church last Sunday night by invitation It took twenty minutes for the Belgi Â¬ an Prince and President McKluley to exchange greetings Mr and Mrs J Green Anderson came in to attend tho commencement and see their daughter graduate Bro Hesson v Ill have an elocutionist from Philadelphia to lecture here in April for the Luclle Home I am earnestly solicited to hayo an Easter entertainment Ill seo what Mr Burton and Mr Hardesty think Bro Hesson at the Methodist church Bro Jenkins at tho Baptist and Father Whalen at the Catholic church last Sun Â¬ day Mis Carlt Richardson and sister Mies Jennie Roberts wero guests of Miss Jen Hardin and attended the commence- Â¬ ment The new Spanish ministers reception in the Blue Room by our conservative President was in keeping with purple anu gold lace I hear that the stork has flown on the roof top at the home of Mr and Mrs Stuart Peckenpaugh a girl baby answers to the cuckoos song La Grippe Cured BOYS Knee Pants YEARS OLD PERFECTION SIZES 6 FIVE POINTS PERFECT FITTING HOLD FAST BUTTONS ELASTIC WAIST BANDS WARRANTED NOT TO RIP DOUBLE SEAT AND KNEES ALL WOOL Agers Price only 50c THE Cerrg Pectoral KAII SALE I on Administrators Â¬ Saturday March 19 1898 1 Horses Cattle Hogs Faming Fumta Â¬ Also a lot of meat lard and canned fruit Terras of Sale Made Known on Day of Sale S A PATE ADMR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Constipation p E3 Â¬ Hoods 1 1 at ill i nwtiii waa ICKELNRIDQH NSWA Where The Tat Comes Prom Cincinnati Inquirer Klmbelhtown Newi KY LOtJISVItlE irv v Breckenridge News BRANDENBURG HARDIN COUNTY Mrs Pearl Mercer of Hardiiisburg is visiting her Sister Mrs Delia Needbatn of East View this week Mr Samdel B Nelson brotherot Hern Chas Nelson bought the Terry farm near Wells mill last wesk pay for tho same Messrs Frank and Henry Ditto were called to St Louis Tuesday by the nines of their brother who Is at the infirmary WEDNESDAY MARCH 10 18f8 PROSPERITY ADVANCING The Opinion of a PromlncHt Ralroad Alan of tlio South Mr from an extended trip in the Weat and Southwest said yesterday I believe the Government will Boon hare money enough to pay ita runntnr oxponaoa as the revenue Benu to be lin proving from month to month as busi Â¬ ness expands The sate of binds under the Cleveland Administration was for the purpose lareoly of securing money to pay the Governments expenses al- Â¬ though the nominal reason was to main tain the gold reserve This brought a distressing condition of affairs This has changed and I do not believe wo will see another bond issue for a long time During the past few disastrous years although the visible trade balance with the balance of the world was in our fa vor it was neutralized by the enormods Invisible stream of American securities coming home on account of the lack of confidence in our Government policy In the end this will be a blessing in dis Â¬ guise as we now hold a greater part of the debt we owed five years ago to Eu rope although It created creat distress at the time because the real balance was largely against us at the ena of every year By reason of our immense trade balance owing to what tbo world has had to pay us for wheat and other pro Â¬ ducts during the past year we have a very large credit in our favor now and having os I think brought back the most of our securities that were for sale on the other Bide and our own people ow i g them from now on the trade balance will be a real one and we will get to bo more and more creditors of the world in- Â¬ stead of its debtors From now on I think we will sell largely more securities to the outside world than we will have to buy from them This is boing shown already in tlio large accumulations of money in the easy money market in America while money is dear elsewhere I do not be- Â¬ lieve we are golDg to have any more panics or great convulsions in the money market for a long time and I think that the policy of the Government will be less disturbing to business than it has been for several years I find evidence ot great improvement in the West and in portions of the East Thore are some disturbed labor conditions in the East but they amount to but little in compari- Â¬ son to the general business interests of that section Even in the South al Â¬ though cotton is at avery low price I be lieve the country is in better shape than when we had the low price of three yea a ago There have been decided advances in the other staple products of the South The Northern belt of tLo South- Â¬ ern States received a better price for the next crop and on accouut of its com- Â¬ ing into market ery easy compared ith Western wheat 1 bellevo we will realise good prices tills year I have just returned from a trip to Texas I find the sugir interests of Lou isiana are prosp rous and the sugar plan ters have made money this year There has been a very large advance in cattle and this is one of the leading interest of the Southwest Lumbermen tell me they have had a marked advance in their product and there Is an active demand 1 am not familiar with rice and tobacco but I assume these stapleB have given good n suits this year Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Chemically considered fata of alt kinds Deferred from Uttwtik Wo will look forward to Frank G Car starch coal and vegetable fiber are only pentero letters from South America so many different forms ot carbon with great interest We know what his Even the diamond is crystallized carbon letters have been in tho Courier Journal It has boen supposed by old time scien Â¬ from Russia China Japan Egypt etc tists that tho different forms were mostly There aro few better interviewers than Mr Carpenter It may be very fine to forgive your onomlee but we havo a duty to perform to ourselves and to our nation No in- Â¬ dividual no nation has a religion that calls for acceptance of indignity or Insult This United States of America reccgolzes it and tt no sane individual or intelli- Â¬ gent nation wants war if it can be avert- Â¬ ed with dignity and honor I dont care very much if thoso New Ecgatid States are having a slight tremor and I am not sorry either that their trade is marching southward Harriett Beecher Stowe Henry Ward Bencher Oliver Wendell Holmes have all joined John Brown marching on with his knapsack No 80 but we who are still tinged with war recollections still remember odious companions by the above literary characters and comes the long lane that has no turn Poor Du Maurier peace to his ashes Shakespeares adage is certainly true of him It does seem that his famous Trilby will never cease to receive un- Â¬ kind criticism It does seem strange too that a French writer cannot be judged by the standard of his own country and that he is not coarse simply for the sake of coarseness that the humor or the drama of the situation is an excuse if not a justification of some point other wise indefensible There is great ear Â¬ nestness and great power of detail shown in Trilby I would like for every boy merging Into manhood to read Scotts novols Why 7 Because in all that great master of fiction has written of high Imagina Â¬ tion of actual knowledge and of wit and humor there is not in his whole list of books one single Bcene or one allusldn to woman that even yerges on coarse- Â¬ ness or is there one precept to be gath Â¬ ered from them which is not gallant and manly It seems to be nis duty uncon- Â¬ sciously to teach ethics which is an added merit to his genius as a writer The Dramatization of Ian Maclarens stories will be produced in a new York theatre after Lent Easter Monday it will make its first appearance in Chicago which is right for in that city Ian Mac laron received his most cordial welcome in 1890 J II Stoddart will play Lach lan Campbell in Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush Strange if it is a crime to go to see a play that a Scotch Presbyteri Â¬ an minister works should bo dramatized We should not read what is not worthy to be witnessed As the years roll over as there conies an ever deepening sadnes8 an ever in Â¬ creasing Bensa of our poweriessneis to diminish tile infinite ebribw of the world and it Ss ode of the dark riddles of the inscrutable pdwer that ruled over life why some go under in the great current while others live and prosper Who is your neighbor Bro Jenkins answer Â¬ ed it Bht how many bawtfre courage to attack the ah6raalfesahd Inequalities that it means to be a neighbor For fear of being termed an innovator per- Â¬ haps but unworthy thoughts are chased away when we know that there are some in this world that can answer I am thy neighbor No gain ho profit no reciprocity in the reply There are people in this world whose hearts are battle fields but those same hearts can ba brave and true and unselfish Hard Yes awfully and it is just aa hard to think about the seven folden candle stlckp the golden gates the sea of gass like unto crystal and the innu- Â¬ merable company of angels bat you know it is all faith at last trusting believing hoping and at last too we all feel like poor Buckingham all that means heaven but we are only half way toit yet A Narrow Escape Thankful1 words written by Mrs Ada Was taken E Hart of Groton 8 D with a bad cold which sottled on my lungs cough set in and finally terminat- Â¬ ed In Consumption Four Doctors gave me up saying I could live but a short time I gave myself up to my Savior I could nbt stay Avlth toy determined friends on earth I would meet my ab Â¬ sent bnea above My husband was ad vlsedtoget Dr Kings New Discovery for cbtisumptfon coughs and colds I gave it a trial took 1n all eight bottles It lias cured me and thank God I am saved and now a well and healthy wo- Â¬ man Trial bottlesfree at Bhdrf llay Â¬ nes drug store Regular bz 60c and 1 00 Guaranteed or price refunded Market Choice country Elgin Creamery Fresh Reports BUTTKR 1214 1C18 raai poultry 22 From Iho Atlanta Comtltutlon Samuel M Inman just returned But modern not Interchangeable science has succeeded in transmitting one form of carbon into others That this can be done by chemical skill has not however given moat chemists greater faith in the ability of nature to do this by her own means and without their help Thore has for example been a long standing doubt among chemists whether tlio fat of animals including tnkon from the the butter fata could possibly be milk of cows the products of the various taken by such animals as food From such vegetable fata can be found in such feeds as linseed and cotton seed meal they might see how the process of digestion might change these into animal fatp or even into fatB that are found in milk Thero is a small proportion of vegetable fat or oil in corn or other grains So far the effect of feed iug corn to fatton might be explainod but beyond that science had far less in- Â¬ telligent theories on this subject than had the mass of farmers who believed what they saw and felt quite sure that the fat of fattened animals as well as the buttor made from the milk of cows were all derived from food which so far as could be seen had no fat but only starch or other forms ol carbo hydrates in its composition At last the scientists have been obliged to oonsede that the conclusions arrived at by the hard practical common sense of farmers were correct The New York State Experiment Station at Geneva has been conducting a series of experiments in fattening cattlo on corn meal from which all the oils that exists as oil in this grain were removed Every particle of food given was weighed as well as the excretions which were analjzsd to show their chemical character It was found that the proteid compounds were very largely excreted from the system though there was some gain in flesh from this source The greater part of the gain was in the increased amount of fat on all parts of the body This was thus conclusively shown to be the pro- Â¬ duct of the starchy carbo hydrates that were eaten by the cows and by tbem changed into other forms of animal fat including butter All of this was gener- Â¬ ally guessed at by the farmers But ic is interesting to know that the question has been investigated by scientific meth ods and that the theories on this subject which the majority of farmers have always held have been proved to be founded on scientific certainties Â¬ carbo-hydratcream-and-buttÂ¬ lngli80 10 I OGQOJ racactb CUREC0NSTIPATI0N 1 ANDY CATHARTIC lions per lb Spring chickens per lb Ducks young per lb in that place Turkeys live Mr Dan Worthatn and old citizen ot Geese per dozen White Mills 87 years bid is very sick at corros this writing Drs Owsley Dudcan and Good middling Middling Terry are attending him FIKIn flERt Mr Robert Worthatn ot Mercer coun Timothy per bushel ty who was called to his fathers bed Â¬ Clover per bushel side has been taken sick with pneumo Â¬ Crimson clover per bushel nia at White Mills The family baa ou Red Top ber bushel Orchard Graee per bushel sympathy Bluegrass fancy per bushel II P Summers son ot J P Summers IUY UIU1K KKKD of Sonora who had both of his legs am Â¬ Timothy tto 1 No 2 putated about four months ago as the re- Â¬ Timothy sult of a railroad accident received his Good bright Btraw CORN artificial limbs this week With the as Â¬ No 2 Mixed at store sistance ot a crutch he will be ablertb No 2 White go around OATS No 2 White No 3 White State of Ohio Citv op Tolkdo 1 S3 No 2 mixed Oats Lucas County j Frank J Ciibnky makes oath that lib No 3 mixed Oats WIIIUT is the senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City No 2 Long Berry no J KeU of Toledo County and State aforesaid No 3 and that said firm will pay the sum of RYE ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each No2Western FLOUR and every case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by the Use of Halls Catarrh High Grade Patent Patent Cuiik FRANK J OHtitfEY Straieht Low Grades Sworn to before mo and subscribed in MISCELLANEOUS my presence this 0th day of December Salt 7 bu bbl Â¬ 0300 OS 710 10 12550 1 IA9 w 71zntWtWmmmmii0WVTm I min BAl V II bbWjv mbhbbM I iADaUliUltiuI UUAnAniijLUtUBMfrrrporfrpfbotfaDcturiiitorlrfIU IF Ml flV -t mm a a iiiikov I0 sou IwtAiUt fa jsua GTVItf Ifl vvuair n 11 viimi va im rkleM It Ait ratal Tan arKM Tark ft IRQflT TTTPF V rTTXPRWTPPn ill to care tor cueof romitlpMon in mm IbB 1 IbUI Alt DRUGCISTSt ti are the Ut Laxt I Casern fiuI X 4O0aT25 0 5 ooa 1 RATE8 pM OAY Tliinof centra Hotel In thjeltu lltfloetd 3 60 2 60 45 1 15al 20 85 900a050 800a850 4 00al 60 29 33J3J 32 31 i HIHMKnM Matn 1jLh h t JOUISYILLE KY 29 2SJ 1 1 00 00 98 63 i TOOTH r HARDIN ECONOMY 9 5 G5a000 5 00 4 354 60 1 10 A D 1880 r- --s N A W GLEASON I 8EAL Notary Public Sorghum Sugar gran per cwt Lime per bbl Cement per bbl POTATOES 0 Molasses 5 25a5 38 80 3038 2630 7075 A tooth may decay for years before it aches It coats far less both in money and discomfort to take caro of small cavi- Â¬ ties than large ones Come any time and have your teeth ex- amlned No charge for It We will bo at Irvington on Wed nesday and Thursday after the fourth Monday of each month t 9 flails Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mu Â¬ cous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O tSTSoM by all Druggists 76c Irish per barrel now Sweet per barrel ONIONS 1 75a200 85 WILDER Brandenburg Per barrel Shoulders Clear rib sides Clear sides Sugar cured hams Lard in tierces bacon 2 50a2 75 5J0 01 Gi ROME IND 8 6 HIDES ROCKPQRT Deferred from last week We are having some beautiful weaiher at present R M Baggerly of Derby passed through town Monday Miss Daisy Wheeler of Hardin Grove was in town last week Miss Mittie Sampley of Hawesville is the gUwst of Mrs John Farmer Mr R W Shoemaker went to Louis Â¬ ville Sunday with a lot of cattle Miss Crewdle Caldwell of Kentucky ia visiting Miss Pearl Slaughter Miss Fannie Krousb who has been very sick with la grippe is able to be out again Prof A E Williams has left for Hunt- Â¬ ington Tenn where he will study or take a course in law Miss Belle McCann and sister Mrs Mary Pearson are in Hebert Ky They are visiting relatives Protracted meetingat the M E church which is held by Rev DeMumbrlm has been so far a good success Mr and Mrs Eugene Connor of Sam pie Ky were guests of their mother Mrs L A Gardener last week Messrs Davis aud Richard who are Btaying at the Dowell house at Stephens port spent Sunday evening in town Misses Helen Brashear Katie Craw- Â¬ ford and Mrs Eliza Best Messrs Forest Blaine Jim Crawford and Floyd Miller attended church here of Stephensport Friday night Ho Griping or Faint Arrowemltli 111 Jan 21 1807 Dear Sirs I have been bothered for 15 years with constipation and I have tried many preparations during that time I commenced using Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin in the fall of 1895 and an heeltairgly say it is the best remedy I ever found for my trouble No griping Yourp fete or paina aftor taking Wm No 1 green salted per lb No 2 green salted per lb No 1 dry flint per lb No 2 dry flint per lb No 1 dry salted per lb No 2 dry salted per lb 01010 17173 991 1515i I dcaire to attest to the merits of Chamberlains Cough Remedy as one of the Â¬ Unwashed per lb Burry black and cotted Good tdb washed per lb Sheep skins Lambskins fkatiikus Prime white goose per lb Good white old goose per lb Dark and mixed old per lb ROOTS wool Alfaji Aki For Fine Saw Repairing 2Q21 Not One Complaint In 1618 Past Ycnr of Our Work 3Q32 15 13 j SAW WORKS j IND ROCKlORT ill I I lllftffiiSllrfii fisHr LllkV fflS iiiJ T7 k XT 2550 203j 3333 2830 1220 2022 15 most valuable and efficient preparations of the market It broke an exceedingly dangerous cough for me in 24 hours and in gratitude thereof I desire to inform you that I will never be without it and you should feel proud of the high esteem in which your remedies are held by peo- Â¬ ple in general It is tho one remedy among ten thousand Success to it O R Downey Editor Democrat Albion Ind For sale by A R Fisher Clover port R AShellman Stephensport 90 CASES OF SMALL POX Under Treatment Seneca Snake Pink Yellow Wild Ginger fibre off Wild Ginger fibre on Lady Slipper May Apple J MISCELLANEOUS The many letters ol high praise of our work is evidence that we are ahead of others Hammering large circular saws is our specialty and saws that others have failed on If you want satisfaction on work and prices we guarantee it Address 30 05 Rockport Saw Works Rockport Ind 0305 05 3J04 at Allddlesborough Government Aid May Be Invoked Louisville Time Opossum 31 Tallow pep lb 2323 Prime beeswax per lb 225a240 Prime ginseng per lb Dried apples per lb 2J2i Dried peaches halves per lb 0203 ruas Black skunk No 1 cased S80 in2fi 0 Short Blrloe skunk 525 Long stripe skunk 10 White skunk Raccoon No 1 iaree 70i8 0 100a 125 Mink No 1 larM cased Grey fox No 1 large cased 505 lQpal25 Red fox No 1 large caaad Muskrat No 1 large cased 10015 A Dutschke WITH Son CO BUCKNER 31 3 TOBACCO WAREHOUSE lNCORIOHATinl 310 Chapel Street Hot Main nnd Market nnd 2 10 220 Tenth Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Special Attention Four Months Storage Tree Given to Private HUCKNK TOBACCO WAKIIOUSE Sales Independent Warehouse Mark your hogsheads No 1 large cased The Sare La Grippe Cura There is no use suffering from thla dreadful malady if you will only get the right lemedy You are having pain all through your body your liver is out of order having no appetite no life or am- Â¬ bition have a bal cold in fact are com- Â¬ pletely used up Electric Bitters Is the only remedy that will give you prompt and sure relief They act directly en your Liver Stomach and Kidneys tone up the whoe system and make you feel like a new being They are guaranteed to cure or price refunded For sale at Short llaynes drugsUr only 60 cents per bottle Hot Milk For The Skin Mlddlesborough Ky March 10 The threat of the State Board of Health to withdraw support and outlaw the county has created the wildest excitement Mayor Filzpatrlck however assures the people that they will be protected If local means fail the Government will be called upon There are now ninety cases of small pox and fifteen suspects in the pest house Strict quarantine pre- Â¬ vails Guards are posted around the town No one is permitted to leave or enter After to day there will be only one train John Moore assistant post- Â¬ master who fumigates the mails is very ill from the use of burnt sulphur Small pox has broken out at Four Miles and Barbourvllle Ky and Sprowle Tenn Â¬ Wild cat No 1 large cased House cat No 1 largo cosed Otter No 1 large cased Beaver No 1 largo cased 05CT15 4 00a700 SOOatfOO 0712 1020 DR DAVIS rflrlav5ai Rn filial tiiniM im M tl QUICK ACTION IN YOU NEED A DAILY ABSOLUTELY GUAR ANTEEDTOCUREALL FORMS OF DISEASES rOn SAIE BYAUDRUGGISTSe fcufEsKiEysAh lthe rw LYE r ItlDNEyTABlHS ARE THE KinWFVHP IllVFff fiHUIJW REMEDY IDEAL REMEDY NEVER FAIL TO NEWSPAPER IT tfNLY OOfeTS jDNtysa Liver GIVE SATISFACTION sfnt on momclsfooiIUSYJU1L or PRICE SEND FOR Hurt Chas C Martin druggist A cJUfrJ FREFBOOKLET DRNCDAVIS INDIANAPOLIS IND GENTS Then the Girls Pled From the WaihlngfnTlmei Hot milk for tho complexion has proved to be of tlio greatest benefit and many women say they owe an improve- Â¬ ment of their complexion to the con Â¬ stant use of hot milk applied eyery mornlugand night to their fices A woman prominent in the literary world and whose complexion ia equal to a young girlaa assured us that of all the many p ucautlona she had taken to keep her skin in good condition none was When lam bo efficacious as hot milk frightfully fatigued she slid from the lUBhof the life I lead a gallon of milk and put it in my bath tub adding tufilclent hot water to cover the body I lie in this mixture for ten minutes and come ott feeling thoroughly refreshed and with new life to the skin which pre- Â¬ vious to the bath had a dead look Ex Given Up By Four Doctors Beaver Dam O Aug 27th 1895 My daughter after belrg treated by lour doctors and being given up fur lost a neighbor recommended Foleys Kidney cure Today she is able to walk several miles without fatigue I feel we would have lost her if it was not for your medi- Â¬ cine Rsprctfully Mrs S M Bailey Lucky Oord Miner A R Fisher Oloverport R A Shell David Ward tVe lucky gold miner man Stephensport Gordon llaynes who bronght back the news of a rich Patesyille E A Witt Hardinsburg flndofgold cm the American eide of - The Alodern Pulpit Alaska and who save that the rush next spring will be far d6wn the Yukon on from LlfeJ the A nericau side tpint three years The Rev Mr Sopo My dear brother prospecting1 in Alaekaanddn that time dont you think you ought to attend my only received siveuTettera from home chuich more regularly Since his return he lias Had eeore than Von Bluiner My dear sir ou fjrget that many thousands of letters from that we are not of the eame political woud be argonauts in three months faith Tabernacle at Bowling Green He ia bow in Pulladelpkla Pa aad tti a A tor years ot untold suffering from Larue Ounty II ruld to answer every Inquiry concerning the Business men of Bowling Green are far North Its perils rigors of climate pllep B WFursell of Knitueraville Pa trying to build a tabernacle with a s sat and wonderful riches Hie practical was cured by using a single box of Do Witts Witch Hazel Salye Skin diseases ing capacity of 3 000 to b used for Iarg4 experience raakes his advILe highly val gitbering8 and haye already subscribed amble Md aayene iatereeted la Alaska suck as eczema rash plniples and obÂ¬ 1000 ltiv Dwlght L Mxxly will should avail theawel vee tf hie knowledge stinate sorts are readily cured by this famous remedy Short llaynes hold a meeting there In tho spring to try hvvStMiJltihtt monay to raise the b ilance of New Poultry Association HarVYwi Had the Grip t On the morning of Feb 20 1 805 1 was If you have Vou pjobabtyaeed a xt ThepeuHry bmb of Hardin utuaty flick with rheumatism and lay in bed bte medicine like Foleys Honey and have orsaaiifcl m aesestoHea with aieia until May 2 1st when I got a bottle of Tar to heal your lungs and step the brehliof tMrty eevM The brenlllak Chamberlains Pals Balm The first ap Â¬ racking eough iaeTdeatal to thla disease el Jaaey pattey k a presttaMe Ib4iUct plication of it relieved me almost entirely Foleys Honey and Tar Coagh Medt- - jN MtM B9ft0tt from the pala and the secead afforded else ia ud questionably the best yeweJy eowplete relief Is a abort tine I wm for the threat and kiae Piemant to DWt aaaoy etttess by ymu oawghJitg able to be up and about again A T Uke and ia gaakafced -- A K FMbwr eodHakyoof Mfctjr putseUm a told Morcmx Luverne Minn Sold by A CiovrpoH It A Shhkn BUafeaM- - OoeMtsmtoOMgh Owe R FWher OloyerpoH and R A Shell port Gordon A Hayae PetwrtUe mas Stepuenaport X A Witt A l wmafcUa It is amusirg to people familiar With the Capitol to watch strangers examine it aud nowhere are these strangers so amusing aa when they are in Statuary Hall where there are a dczn or more echo stones each ot which creates a different sort of echo owing to the peculi- Â¬ arities of the acouatica created by the Men and formation of the ceiling women old and young frequently afford the most amuaing spectacles Ychen the solemn guide exhibits the wonders of these echo btones There are also two pillars one on either side ot the robin which are called the telephone columns and a person speaking in a very low todu near one may be distinctly heard by any one standing near the opposite pillar Yesterday a members secretary Was leaning against tho pillar on the south side of the hall when he heard a vblce eay i AW To read every day In EK the yer H C BRUNER Produce SON The Louisville CoimMoii Mercian Telephone 94 Evening Post The Evening Poet ha the The oldest and best produco house in Louisville Trompt to remit and return empties Wc solicit tho shipments of all country Merchants Igt Bes t Market Reports State News Frankfort News Washington News Short Stories Womens Page Childrens Page 160 leSlI 327 Second Street LOUISVILLE KY WILLARD W S MILLER HOTEL Jr Mgr is ABaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaaaaaaVWaVrrM WlMVi RATES By Mali Only IJ 1 J Months Moaih Month J 6 AlOnttlSMMtMM ieo 60 Â¬ fe My aklrt1 dear what shall I do is falling off arid I havent got a pin The young fellow glanced arountilaw no one near hlmbut observed two ycateg iroirien near the telephone pillar opposite Instantly graepirig the srtHaBoB he groilly said in a low voice Sew It on or use a Hatpta He heard a sTght ereMw two j pueg wo wen look about the hall ia a tartted feeble and obMrvfoff that bo one r tke aue Ti WeUfeee ex- Oli Rates 200 and 2 50 Best House in Louisvi CLUBBED WITH THISPAttR SmplCopU PurnUhcd un Application tail frfyi 4V by applying ChumUerliilua Eye and Many very bud coses Skin Ointment iiraAintK m n have beea permanently enred by it It WtMK ic equally efficient for itching piles and M2z scrt raft a fayorlte remedy for sore nipples i t chapped hand chilblains frost bites and ctwoalo sore eyes 23 eta per box ai beta fl mm WtteW II I iCalfcartle tbe Moat wea toa asaah Jo Um yimig Tab plea Br Csdjs CeadltleH rewtkm aro hooverr bt Hie UJ UM jtMft what a horse needs when in bad ant aaj iefriihl aad toy pwtpMtoljr tf 4 CMdMen Tealo blood purifier and They are oi food but veraifnf Vnr a oerleet oomoMxloa aad a aiaari mmmUSBt Baxlioiae timi khe best ia use to put a Friqe M wuwiBun zfTCniVtJZAkv horse tm prime oowHsioa Tetter Sali IUioum and Eczcnm wi tnpi vo yo tuvar srom SeTvn Rmhwh I wr not jirrTfIrbj The intense Itching nnd sranrtinK lnci an 111 if allayed denttothe8adiaeaso8isinfitantly our licrTOui nM fcne to DO Aroyoamuc i YOU TftiKVEL ui jnnuf tt h iirjo in art fT0 fll r re avatjrwW rSSaywa 7isnw awaB SPBMlljSSm 7 w u mtim- - imamM Mflt mmfrlm HJJ I PIIT HI v Jfi i 1 V i - -- m v-vtw Wfi- - - s fHp 1 aiiMiiiiiinfrtii L Meeting of The Silver Hosts Owcnsboo Messenger No convention to be held this year will be fraught with greater Interest witfttsyfflffiiWsiws- Breckinridge WEDNESDAY News LAWS tOUCHiNQ BGLLIdDkBNTS Some of the Result If We Recogtilze the Belligerency of the Cuban Republic i FALLS brftOlJGH NJIm Bell WD6iN6 LAND It Prevents the IN AUfUMN YOU SHOULD MARCH 10 1808 KIRK Mr Editor I wish to answer an article written by M W T from EpbeaiiB M W T says bia object la to learn My friend I am In tbe earns boat and am glad I bave found aome ono who la aa wise aa you perhaps 1 can learn some tblng You eay I failed to Bay why sil Â¬ ver la not worth 121 per ounce now and then ko on to say tbat I aay that the suspending of the coinage of silver killed tho demand Does not killing the demand for a tblng depreciate ita price You apeak of coining money Independ Â¬ ent of the support of tbe Government M W T 1 defy you or any other Republican to show me in any platform of any party where they propose to coin money independent of the support of the Government The Democratic party propoeea lor tbla Government to coin both gold and silver at the ratio of 10 to 1 independent of any other nation but the Idea of a Government coining money independent of Itself la ridiculous and makes it in poor grace for you to take me to task for assailing your illiteracy You spoke about the bill tbat demone Â¬ tized silver being before the house for three years You are mistaken about that T here was a bill before the house for sometime to revise the coinage laws but the bill tbat demonetized silver was passed June 1U 1873 at midnight when nearly all of the Senators had gone home For proof of this statement I refer you to lames G Blaine who was a Senator at that time and who says he never knew the full extent of the bill President Grant says If I had known that the bill demonetized silver I never Senator James would have signed it 1 Beck was there all the time and eays he never heard of it You say that I am mistaken about tbo act of 1873 that demonetized silver being a crime Is it a crime to steal one half of the money of our people la It a crime to increase the purchasing power of tbe remaining half thereby reduclrg the price ot human toil Is it a crime to force working men to go unemployed Is it a crime to make little children cry la It a crime to raise the for bread black flag of hunger and let it ibat over And yet these are 10000000 homes only a few things that tbe decrease in our circulating medium boa caused and yet you say it was no crime And again you say that Congress has no right to name the value of money Can you I tell jou again that the consti- Â¬ read tution gives Congress the right to coin money and name the value thereof You say I criticised a few polntB you If gave Such points need criticism the laboring class of people were to follow the way you point It would lead them to the golden gate of Wall Street and over that gate is this Inscription Abandon hope all ye who enter here What places the silver You ask me I ans- Â¬ dollar on a parity with gold wer the sovereign power of the people and faith in tbo Government floats both silver and paper money at par with gold You say there was a time when the gold dollar was worth 250 In greenbacks 1 deny your statement Tuere was a time when a few simpletons and fools got afraid that greenbacks would depreciate and did as you say sold tbelr greenbacks for about half their value in gold But greenbacks always were worth their face value except with the above named fools and now Mr M W T 1 will ask you some questions Why do you advocate a gold standard instead of both a gold and silver stand Â¬ Also tell me what you think ard makes greenbacks and silver at a parity with gold I thank you Mr Editor for the space you allow me and long live the Bkkckbn Bimetallst judos Neus Â¬ Sold an Interest tCannclton Telephone of the Falcon coal mines across in Kentucky was in Louisville on Wednesday of last week and while there sold an interest in his coal mine to Scanlon The mine is one Leaby quarter of a mile below Falcon and it was surveyed yesterday and a switch will be built at once They have bought a lot and will erect a storehouse Jim Eagan GETTING READY Every expectant mother has a trying ordeal to face If she does not get ready for it there is no telling what may happen Child birth is full of uncertainties if Nature H not given proper assistance Is the beat help you can use Mothers Friend fa plied several months before baby cornea U makes tbo advent easy and nearly pain Â¬ less It relieves and prevents morning sickness relaxes the overstrained mus- Â¬ cles relieves the distended feeling short ess labor makes recovery rapid and cer tola without any dangerous oftcr cfTecta Ketaera FrJ l is good for only one purpose viz to relieve motherhood of daager aad pain Om dollar per bottle at all drug store or seat by expreM on receipt vahubU Inform fiMH JleaacatlBfBi tie far weessa wlu be sent to aajr address lU tm WAWWU REGULATOR 9 It at this time a liniment and when regularly ap Â¬ An ndvocato for ridging laud in au Â¬ tumn writes ns follows to The Orange week There la a bg protracted meeting in Judd Farmer To pro vent tbo leaching away by melting snows and early spring progress here New York Sun j Though thia nation has not outlined Mrs Reid of West Point Is a guest at rains of tbo solublo food elements of tho Burfaco soil and of manure spread upon its pollcv in regard to Cuba the Maine the Parsonage it la mofit important The flnoly decom- Â¬ Incident aside there la a belief more or Rev Fallen of Ilawesville is assisting posed tilth that is dovoloped upon the less general that the first step to be taken meeting stirfaco by tho proper cultivation of corn would be the submission to Congress of Bro Miller in the A certain young lady near here la ex And other cultivated crops contains much of the Ad all the facts in the possession solublo matter Tho proportion of this ministration in relation to the revolution tremely fond of Flab er the had his tele- Â¬ which is retained near tho surfaco will and possibly a recommendation that Mr Robert Chamblisa deterinino very largely tho strength and belligerency of the Cuban republic phone box put up last week vigor with which tho young plants of be recognized should Mr Sam Parson of Mc Daniels was a tho next years crops will begin thoir There Is more difference of opinion guest at Mrs Chambllss last week elaboration of tho inert materials into about what tbe recognition of the bel- Â¬ Davison aud Mrs Jennie higher forma nud tho beginning thua Mrs Kitty ligerency of the insurgents means and Morgan raado will control very largely tbo final were at Mr Stones Monday product what rights It would guarantee to them Misses Bell Davison and Gertrude Tho method that is coming into vogne or give to them than about any other question now under discussion Herd Beauchamp were guests at Mr Stones with farmers in Canada in to draw thoir roanuro on to these lauds then with a brii 11 told la what tbe accepted bookB Sunday doublo mold board plow they throw up Mr Georgo Wrather of Ekron was on International law say about it tho flno tilth of tho surfaco nnd tho ma the guest of the Mt sirs Cnambliss Sat- Â¬ uuro into ridges about 21 Inches apart A neutral nation shall not lend money to a belligerent It shall not sell to it urday and Sunday Tbo manuro is left largely in tho center any munitions of war or any warships A floe young gentleman came to the of tho ridgo whoro it cannot get away Tho water from rains and molting A nation is bound to use due diligence Paisqnage the other day to make brother snows when sufficient to run off the to prevent the fitting out arming or and sister Miller a long long visit land will pass down betweon theso equipping within Its jurisdiction of any Misses Ella Robertson Nellie Moor ridges Tho washing will bo less bo reasonable ground man Willie Robertson of Glendeane vessel which it has cause the water will not bo allowed to to believe is intended to cruise or carry and Willis Green were guests at Mr collect in bo largo rills nud what thero on war with a power with which it is at Frank Peytons Sunday is will bo of less conscqucnco because peace mcli vessel having been specially and less solnblo soil Mr Leslie Brack sayr talk of borne from tho lower Tho loss by waters percolating down- Â¬ adapted in whole or in part within such bugles conks or any thing else in this ward through tbo soil will also bo less jurisdiction to warlike use It shall not wide world you wisli but give blm Bell ened becauso tho grcator part of such permit or suffer either belligerent to and you may scatter all the others to the waters will not bavo passed through make use of its ports or waters aa tbe thoso ridgos of manuro and rich vogo four wlnda if you like lose of naval operation against the other ready A very nice old batcbelor of thia town tablo mold In tho spring when or for the purpose of renewal or aug- Â¬ suddenly become very fond of smok- Â¬ to sood n smoothing harrow run cross Â¬ mentation of mllhtary supplies or arms has wiso of thoso ridges renders them al ing taken to tbe weed I bear for conso- Â¬ most level nnd leaves tho ground as or the recruitment of men Â¬ That is to say if tbe United States rec- Â¬ lation He finds consoling power suffic mellow aa nn nsh heap Another great benefit to bo derived ognized tbe insurgents as belligerents it ient In the bright curling rings of sinokb rould not lend money to them it could as they lesue from his lips to cost Into from tho practice of ridging Is that tho ten days week not sell them war supplies or warships oblivion a pair ot lovely brown eyes and land can bo worked n ground toin thu or- Â¬ earlier than with tho it could not permit their ships to remain a sweet grlish face which he has lost dinary condition This nteo means in our ports except in stress of weather fcrever earlier work of the uitrato nnd other The concert was quiet a success the germs which develop fertility in tho or to make repairs any longer time than la necessary to take on board provisions children did very nicely and the pieces Boil Further ground that is ridged which may include coal sufficient only were interesting A recitation by Miss north and south cau bo worked earlier to permit the return of the vessel to one Ella Robertson was beautifully delivered tbau that ridged cast nud west of tbe Insurgents port if they have one and tbe little doll drill was artistic in de Â¬ It is or should be the highest aim of But the individual is not so bound The sign and get up and owed its success to every merchant to please his customers law Is that between tbe beligerents and the untiring efforts In training to Miss and that the wide awake drug firm o individual no legal obligation can be Mary Peyton who also had charge of the Meyers Eshleman Sterling III is dof said to exist An individual citizen of music which was good Enough was iug so is proven by the following from this country may lend money to tbe in Â¬ realized to pay off all indebtedness and Mr Eshleman In my sixteen years surgents That is a matter of business some to spare experience in the drug business I have The private persons Woolsoy says Weve been having aome lovely balmy never Been or sold or tried a medicine if the laws of his own State or some spe- days beautiful sunshine and nice roads tbat gave as good satisfaction as Chamcial treaty does not forbid can lend mon- Â¬ cheered by the sweet notes of tbe little berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea ey to the enemy of a state at pieco with songsters of the woodlands Though Remedy Sold by A R Fisher Clovor his own country or can enter into its March is such a treacherous month we port R A Shell man Stephensport service as a soldier without involving may not depend upon her for even a the Government of bis country in day because ere tbe dawn of another Launching of the Kentucky March guilt day she maybe roaring like tbe voice of 24th Snow another great authority says an angry lion with flurries of sleet and All Kentuckians who can afford to go As to the munitions of war an applica- Â¬ snow Even while writing the clouds should be present at tbe launching of tion of this same rule seems logical The are gathering and hang thick and heavy the famous Battleship bearing the name folloning quotations from riioraas Jeffer- Â¬ casting their gloom aud shadows oer tbe of Old Kentucky It will be a great son gives the past and present practice of earth and shutting out the brightness and interesting event Reduced rates at Our citi- Â¬ of a fow hours ago this nation as to individuals the Hygoia and Chamberlain hotels will zens bave always been free to make A fruit tree agent frightened a boy out be granted and as It is now the gay sea vend and export arms It is tbe constant of a years growth the other day at Mrs son at these popular resorts a short stay occupation and livelihood of some of Davisons The boy was plowing in a will be very delightful Tickets will be tlii m To suppress their calllrg the field near the house The peddler came sold for trains connecting with O O only means perhaps of their existence round tbe corner with saddle pockets on trains leaving Louisville at 830 a roand because a war exists in foreign and his shoulder and some one threw up 0 p m March 22nd The rate from distant countries in which they have their hands and yelled there comes the Cloverport to Old Point and return is no concern would scarcely be expected sheriff Qiick aa lightning the boy only 10 00 Tickets good for seven It would be bard in principal and Im took to bia heels and like the wind flew days Stop over granted at Rcbmond possible in practice The law of nations to the woods aud is still running I gueis Va For particulars call on rgmt con therefore respecting tiie rights of those ns at last account he had not returned nectlng Ry at peace dots not require from them The horse went on with the plow but Sleeping car rates will be 400 for sinsuch an Internal derangement of their being a lazy animal be stopped without gle berth and 8 00 section from Louis-Â¬ occupation It is satisfied with the ex- Â¬ doing any damage ville For reservations address at once ternal penalty pronounced in the Pres- Â¬ R E Parsons D P A O O Ry Lou- Â¬ idents proclamation that of confiscation isville Ky That Tird Feeling of such portion of these arma aa shall us when inferior preparations The Sun fall into the hands of the bellgerent pow- Â¬ Overcomes er on their way to the ports of their en Â¬ are recommended by unscrupulous deal may shine brightly and the birds may era just as good as Foleys Honey and sing their sweetest songs but if your emies would seem the insurgents Tar Cough Syrup when we know tbe stomach is not right there Is no happi Â¬ So it ness for you Keep a bottle of Dr Cald- Â¬ would have the right to purchase here um qualed merits of this great medicine A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell wells Syrup Pepsin In the house and of munitions of war aud ship all manner Haynes use It according to directions and the them sub ct only to the risk of capture man Stephensport Gordon Patesvlile E A Witt tlardlnsburg sun aud birds will not shine in vain by tbe Spanish Constipation and indigestion cured Tbe recognition of belligerency would Trial slz lOis 10 dosvs and in GOo aud DAVIESS COUNTY to Spain and to Cuba if it gels also give 1 00 bottles Of Chas O Martin a navy the right to hold up American Owtnkboro Daily InqjJnr J y meet them anil ships wheneer th Witty Indeed Mrs Mary Scott of Lewlsport is the tearchthtm for ni tides contraband of war aid if thoco articles are destined guest of Mrs A R Wiser MiudeCcunty Mcisengtr for the use of the enemy to the Bhlp Mr and Mrs G us T Luckett went to I heard a very witty remark last Sat- Â¬ holding them up that ship has a right Holt yesterday to visit friends urday Two gentlemen were standing to coi locate the articles and any other A new postofllce has been established near the drug fctore when a friend ot things in tbe ships cargo that may beÂ¬ at Hincs Mill in Ohio county called both of them carao up George said long to the consignor of the munitions of Dundee Bob I havent Been you for weeks war I just came Harry Monroe a popular young man where have you been 7 from Beaver Dam Is spending Sunday clean from Cloverport was the answer GARFIELD Georg i remarked you are the first man in the city with friends MisjEila Kurtz of Webstr who lias I have ever seen come from Cloverport Clarence Board went to Ilawesville been teaching school near Rime re- clean Sunday turned home yesterday afternoon Rev Bozarth preached at the Groye Civil service examination for positions Surgical Operation Prevented Sunday in the Internal revenue service will be Mrs Leslie la visiting her daughter held in this city next Saturday It is un Mrs Bozarth derstood that there are thirty or forty Miss Nannie Board is visiting at Irv applicants ington this week The report la in circulation in Ohio The telephone line from here to Irr county that CapUWT Ellis will raise ingtnn la completed a realnient there and In Daviess and Miss May Claycomb of Irvliglon is McLean counties to go to Cuba and fight visiting here thia week the Spaniards in tase of war Capt Â¬ Paul Compton of the IlardiiiBbii g 15 Ellis has been away and cannot be interviewed in regard to the matter He hs N Colleg was here Sunday not forgotten tbe lessons lit learned Marshal Morris will ship three cars of thirty five years ago and could put up Asphalt to Chlcrgo this week asgod a fixht as any of them at the C A Mattlngly our postm ister has head of a regment of Kentucky soldiers moved Into his new post ofllce Mr W S Morrison of this city has Mr Ge Nell of Guston wa here fllfd a mandamus suit in the clicuit Uitiiix vs Marcu Frodonla last week in the interest of the telephone court at Ilawesville to compel the coun Â¬ Da M M Fenneh two years N Y was ago I af Dtar Slrt About line ty court to levy a tax to pay claims of flicted with Kidney DUeaao and Qravol and Mis F M Board and Miss Katie visit- Â¬ the Ilawesville bank which should have grew couttontly worse Finally one of the In my bladder and I was ed Mrp Ethel Moorman near Hamed baen made in 1894 The bank sued ex gravelsto lodged surgical operation performed about have a Baker on his bond for tbe to remove it Sheriff last Tuesday Hoeing Da Fennkhs KinxiT amd Bicx Mrs Annie Jordan and daughter of amounts due but he won tbe suit and highly by men Farmersville Texas were the guests of the bank now goes back on the county icua Cuua recommended so of the kidneys ot emlnenco or all diseases Mrs F M Board last week The petition was filed two or three daya and bladder I was Induced to try It After using- - two bottles I passed a stone Uncle EHsba Simmons is quite sick at vg i but was kept quiet so that service bait aa largo as a marble Tberaedtclnt this writing Hlsfcon Calvin Simmons might be secured on all the magistrates in iravented further formations my liealtn oprovcu under ita Influence and I am cured the county This caw has nothing to do of Webster Is at Ills bedside urge with the semi political tax and libel suls It icannot too stronglywhfott sufferer to um your medietas I liavo the stone Mr Jim Donervasi was down from that are already on the docket of the ap removed which may be examined by any Louisville last week and opened up the W T Oakm eae Yours truly proaching term of Circuit court which Asphalt mine for a short ruu begins on the fourth Monday in March Dr Harm d and family who spent the CHARLES O MARTIN winter in Louisville are the guests of Children and adults tortured by burns Prescription Pharmacist Mrs Mamie Gregory this week scalds injuries ecxima akla diseases door eSoe PvoACo niarrtart Sidney Johnson who went to Illinois may secure Instant relief by using De Nat last week writes bone that he is delight Witts Witch Hawl Salve It is toe Kdurate Your HuweU With CueeareU Candy Cathartic cure cooatlpetloa forever great Pe remedy Short k Hayaes eel with tbe people mm country Nlte IfacOllldrusaUurfuodBoiM Col Green Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Davison wants a Brack et went to Leltchfleld last Lmehlnlr Away of Food Klements of the Suriace Soil EMPLOY None but the County Surveyor In do vour work He tithe nitnoilitd Surveyor ol the Cnuntvi I en enpelrnced orlcmn and knows hi builnru Ite U alto Notary Public write Deedi and takea Acknowledgamedu Charges alwaya Reasonable A ltd reaa Henderson Route Loiiill and importance than the great gather ing of the Democratic hosts nnd thoir allies of Ohio Indiana and Illinois in Indianapolis on Wednesday and Thurs Â¬ day April 0 and 7 at tbo second annual convention of the League of Bimetallic clubs ot the Ohio valley Every silver club whether political social labor or claw can send delegates to this convention and aa W J Bryant bos poetlvely promised to attend George Fred Wil- Â¬ liams A N Town- - J K Bones 11 F Bartlne Joe Blackburn A J Warner and Marion Butler and others are also expected and a railroad rate of one fare for round trip has been given thero la no reason why Kentuckys delegation should not be largo and representative The movement has the cordial indorse- Â¬ ment of State Chairman Johnson Hon Charles J Bronston Judge James P Tarvln and others who are co operating with the league to make tbe meeting an unqualified success All requests for information from Kentucky should be sent to Ramsey Washington Newport Ky who will also send blanks for or ganizing clubs if desired Aa only del Â¬ egates are certain of seats and each club ia entitled to fifty delegates everyone ahriuld come aa a dolcsato if posslbe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ediwn No St Louis Sj 87 No Co f l Time Card In Effect East Bound Lv St Louts hm 20 41 No 44- - 49- - CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HAtfDlNSBURaKY 11 Henderson Spottsvllle Oweniborn Hranssllle llawesrilte 6 Mini 7 7Msm 8Mpm 2 ill 20pm 245m 738 818 1007 1045 1112 37 344 440 J H Hunsche Â¬ I Arr LouisvilleLv Cloverport Stephensport Irvinstcn Brantlenburjr - 622 603 6 21 1236pm 745 No 4I No 7S0am 861 915 961 0U In35 1135 1217pm 1240 6CV 6 43 i 4S BIT 310 328 400 460 6 10 6 03 626 667 617 730 ii The TAILOR Will be in Cloverport on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with West Hound Louisville Ilranrienburg IrylnBton Stephensport Cloverport OwensboTO 43 No 45 450pm 720 739 804 10 1021 1068 1148 l 823pm 932 952 10J8 Ilawesville bpottsvllle Henderson Evansvlll Arrbt Louis 1 r 96 947 10 116 7 32 1040 l2 6 115 23m 7 20 Casper May Co IND A rains run Ihmiiffh Solid 10 Bvansvllle Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all tralnabetween St Louis Eanvllle and Louis Â¬ ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvington for Fordsvllle and tlardlnsburg daily except Sunday II C MORDUE AG P A Louisville Ky OANNELTON LoulsYillei GREGORY Wharfmasters CLOVERPOilT 4 CO TIME SCHEDULE Taking Effect Ai 630 oclck A HendersonSf Loots RyCo 3STO Jjj Steamboat Agents KENTUCKY U Sunday May 30 1897 Vu fy Wtit Sound Traint 43 Scut Bound Train Mall in A Book OUR RECORD of m Local Agents Bxprs Exprs Dally 4t0pm 6 03 Mall A STATIONS Rxprs Dally jt Bxpr f - - Homestead Fertilizer Company and Dally 730am 7 43 for Young and Old vTecure NERVOUS BLOOD tandard Dealers In Oil Company IvUnn 637 6 40 648 6 53 6 00 818 811 8 29 8 35 8 42 8 61 Kentucky St ptar Dally 4J Doors Basil Blinds Yellow Fine Floor Esti 1878 250000 rffj DISEASED SKlNCy PRIVATE ing and Celling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Plastering Laths Plaster Iluir Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Building Material 609 618 869 9 07 6 28 B13 651 659 707 712 724 915 9 23 931 932 9 43 Willowdale Rock Haven Long Branch BrandenburgEkron Ouston West Point Howard 1235pm 7 45a 12 20 783 11 f dam 665 1145 661 6 45 1135 1128 11 21 1112 6 40 6 34 j Irvlngton Webster Lodiburg- 1102 10 6J 1045 1037 7 20 7 27 7 39 951 966 Sample Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops Sklllman Pierce Holt 1021 1020 1015 10 626 618 610 603 560 542 i 4A -- M 64 6 30 6 22 MEN 1 1 CT DISEASES 1 CURED 743 7 64 Hmo rou rlnncil nature IUUHU 1IIHI1 ngnlnst tcrrlblo crimo you thmi liriinrnnt nr DM jolt only consider woro commuting tho fnscinntinir allurements of till ovil hnbltr When too lato to avoid the tcr nOXM 25000C lnillir BANK or 804 812 818 827 833 8 42 9 69 1011 1014 1025 1035 1043 1049 1063 07 1002 9 69 9 45 518 515 6 03 i 3 W 940 9 27 500 1105 1114 1125 rihln reRtilt wnrn Tour eves oiicneu to your nerllT lId you Inter on in man Â¬ hood onntnirt any IllI VAT1 or 1JLOOU vo you now disease T worojouciircur nud then scosoino manning symptoms Ilaro jou marry In ynnr present con You know Midi FATIIUlt lltlon It limrrloil nro you con I1KI JON stantly lilnc In drrnilr Is inarrlaKo a failuro Willi you on account of any weak Â¬ ness caused iiy enrly abuto or later ex Â¬ cesses Ilaio jou been ilntKBcd vrith mercury lliis booklet will iwint out to you tho result of thef o crimes nml imlnt out how our NiV JlUTllOD THKAT- It MIINT will positively euro ou shows how tliousnniN hn o been ra oil by our NKW JllliATMIiNT It prmej how wo can IIIAUANTlin TO CU1H2 HAUDmSBUHCPresident WILL MILLER Vloe Preildent II BEARD Cashier B F BKAKD OW 863 905 916 9 21 925 9 32 1135am 1146pm 1151 1165 1202 Ilawesville Petrle Falcon Lewlsport Waltman Powers Pates Mattlngly Griffith Stanley Worthington Heads Spottsvllle Owensboro 917 909 9 8 8 8 03 64 47 38 4 49 4 40 fit Al S33 433 4 8 5s 419 413 4 01 827 818 8 07 8 02 363 758 7 7 7 7 7 62 45 S3 31 15 in I 9 47pm 12 17 j 964oir 1224 1010pm 12 40omi 99 1209 3 44 3 83 3 29 3 26 3 20 i J - 313 3 07 BEARD MORRIS K8KRID8B R M JOLLY Director and 49 make connection at Ir vlngton dally except Sunday with trains to and from Hardinsburg and Fordsville Branch Only line running Parlor Cars between Louis ville Owensboro and Henderson Only direct line to the North and East For further information call on or address Agents or HC MORDUE A O P A Louisville Kv 41 I Trains Nos Hli Bassett lv 301 2 46pm INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS II St L Ry Fordsvllle Branch MAY 30 1897 East Bound Train Haily Daily ex Sun exSur No 2 No 7 7 7 7 7 42 S7 27 17 02 any cuiiaiiiji uAbi uii nu iak Wo treiit nnd cure HMthSlONB VAiitfociri fivmutis tUitiKi 8i sruiciUHi imimitijwoy 1118 Iter DRAINS IINNAllllAI MAIIUUR eilAUUUSKIDNUYnud TIME TABLE No 10 EO YEARS EXPERIENCE TAKING No5 EFFECT West Bound Trains Dally I Dally ex Sun ex Sun M ilifcarcs CURES GUARANTEED rent free by Tho Waics of Sin cnclnlng M stamp iuriMiiJiAiin fSJN ii If unablo to call wrlto fur FHIiU Vol STATIONS Harned Junction 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Special Combination Offer 7C O Dslly sxoejit Retards betweea LouUeUie snd Hsw Amsterdam FrelfBt shipped by this Ile deMvsfed qlek k tssa by rsll TntvelvH will tad the stswri are r passed la fcoeoMdslUr The Veet esRwy sre eaiploys4 M seek a4 U eosl to Uwt ot Mte beet beels be P D STAGGS aaet 176 i bm Nwtl Mi W 4 Ik Ayvmm LwsWtiIW FKNMY B AJJres W W HITK SDR OALDWJELt INDIOKSTION PEPSI II S K BREOKENRIDCrK NBWS OYWiUJAJsiTP toft Pre X CIOYKHPORT KY OwtMaiboro X7 t T i SETT smc g i V- rs i I tit n MM M s h 1 Mm y Civil Engineer Hudson of tho Texas has had the flower garden adjoining tbe depot sodded and when planted in Mo Hon D R Murray has returned from flowers will be n plcturerque sight to AYKIlSnAnflAPAwirT l i gaze upon Hartford a household companion in out family The following minor cases for breach years I tako It every Bpring beÂ¬ 4 W Lawson for of Hawcsvlllr was in of the peaco were before Judge Skillnmii ginning In April It tones up my a the city Monday tern gives mo an excellent appetite Monday and fined 5 and trimmings and I sleep like a top J L Frankel proprietor of The Fair William Lnslle Fred Brittle George was hero Monday 1L R WILDEY Philadelphia Pa Bates and Charles Draxton Their fines Walker Board of Holts Bottom was are to be liquidated by working on tbe in the city Monday streets Roland Smith Stophensport was in Dan Gilltans n coal miner from VicÂ¬ tbe city Monday toria was In town yisterday He is an Clarence Baker of Hawtsville spent experienced and up to date excavator of the black diamond and is an adept with Sunday in the city Breckenridge News a pen knife He was displaying a beau Â¬ Clover creok was on a great rush Sat tifuul ornamental pipe hewn from those urday and Sunday immense lumps WEDEN8DAY MAROII 10 1898 Mr and Mrs W H Bonnier went to There will be another wedding to Hardinsburg Monday come off within two weeks The Nkwb i W--Rev Donald Grant held services in tbe has not been autborlzjd to make the an- Â¬ 5 First Presbyterian church Sunday morn Â¬ nouncement However we can vouch ing and night for its being authentic and both parties Miss Judith Miller left Monday for are well connected and prominent young Louisville She goes to puichase ber people of this vicinity Mr James Meador has sold his farm spring millinery Still it looks like war on the pike about two miles from this 0 L Chamberlain and family have Frulta nil kinds Oily Bakery city to Mr Frank Fralzj consideration W II and D 0 Qrnyof Brandenburg moved to Louisville where they will re Â¬ 1900 Mr Meador will move to Sterling side in tho future spent Sunday in tbe city Kans as soon as his business affairs can Judge William Abl of Hardinsburg R L Newsom went to Hardinsburg be settled He has been a resident oi came to tbe city Friday on business per Â¬ this county for a number of years Monday on legal business taining to his court Mies Ruth Uaynes daughter of Mr Isdore Popbam wont to Hawesville Addison Dick have 100 bushels of and Mrs Eugene Haynes on Wednes Â¬ Saturday returning Sunday fine borne grown clover seed for sale at day evening in her gracious way had Hal 0 Murray and Thos Wroe went their store at Addison her friends to meet Miss Grade Plant of to the Falls of Rough last week Elegant refreshments were Dick of Addi Â¬ Louisville The firm of Addison Curt Weatberholt has erected a new son have two cars of clover hay to sell served and a most delightful evening barn on tbe rear end of bis lot was spent by those in attendance at the lowest possible price Silas Pate of Hardinsburg made bis Mrs Lucy Temple of Yelvlngton is Gai field seed potatoes are the bes usual drive to this place Sunday Addison Dick have 100 bushels to sell in the city with Mrs J II Wills Mrs William II Bell of HardinBbarg was at their storo at Addison Temple is always a welcome visitor to in the city Saturday and Sunday Cloyerport She conducted the old Mrs Elizi Taylor after a most Mr Fladge Carter will ship by rail to pleasant visit of a month or more has Cloverport Hotel for a period of twenty years and during that time made friends Klibetlitown a car of fencing posts returned to ber home at Rosetla by tbe score who will never forget her In order to get first class printing send Rev 8 G Shelley former pastor of the Sheriff Burton has declared war agakst your ordurx to tbe Bheckenridqe News Spain and tho author of tbe Goebel bill Elm Street M E Church but who now Miss Ethel Connor of Millwood is has a charge in Portland Louisville visiting her aunt Mrs Mollie Dyer this He says both are birds of a feather came to this city last Wednesday He E F Marlow with the Cincinnati city came down to marry Mr Daniel Dick Mr diaries Carter Owensboro was in Cooperage Company was in town Mon and Miss Brook Tlnlus that evening in the city Sunday tbe guest of Miss Mayme day enroute to the Falls of Rough Holts Chapel Holts Bottom Rev Mrs Alfred Ilennin and Miss Anna Grifllth Shelley will always be a welcome visitor Hennin of Hawesville were passengers to Mrs Mnttio Walter returned last week Cloverport as be is well beloved by on Mondays east train to Louisville from a months pleasant visit to relatives everyone Mrs Dr S S Watkins and Miss Mr W W Wateon tiain dispatcher in Hawesvillo St Louis Mrs Thomas McCool and daughter Mayme Griffith went to Louisville to see of the Louisville Henderson Railway will treat the citizens of this Bessie leit Sunday to visit ber parents the great comedian Nat C Goodwin Moorman Willis and Miss Hallie place to a graphophone entertainment on in Evansville Ind Moorman of Glendeane spent several Friday night It will be given in the Jobn W Gist of Pdtesville was in the dtiys in tbe city last week with relatives Elm Street M K Church This enter Â¬ ulty Monday Hesaid everybody in his The Irvington B V R 0 will meet tainment Is very highly spoken of by ev- Â¬ section were quite busy Im- Â¬ ery one and no one should miss this op- Â¬ Cal Washer in charge of a force of with Mrs Piggot Friday March 18 portant busiritss Programme same as portunity of hearlnp something which bridge builders went to tbe Pisgah will be of an extraordinarily high char- Â¬ church neighborhood to build a bridge last week Miss Addle G Ditto with ber nelce acter Postmaster Jonas AVilson has purchas There has been a good delivery of to- Â¬ Miss Addie Merriweather Fairlelgb of ed the property owned by Miss Sallie E Louisville are with her sister Mrs J D bacco to this market since the recent Miller located on the bill Consideration rains It seems that all the farmers have Babbage 400 not disposed of the weed and they aro Mrs Robt T Polk and daughter Miss Mr George E Porter representing the now getting a fair price The acreago State Mutual Life Insurance Company Maud are spending a few weeks in tbe sown this year will double any previous of Worcester Mass was in tho city yes- Â¬ country with ber parents Mr and Mrs planting and it is evident that Brecken Â¬ William Beavln terday ridge county will yield a banner crop Messrs Arch Smith and Ferdinand next fall Mr James A Arnold of Meade county Tbe sermon preached on Sunday two has been in tbe city for several days He Blrk came up from Qwensboro Sunday is working in the interest of some bible evening They were tbe guesto of Mies weeks ago in the Baptist church by Rev Mary B Moorman W B Rutledge in behalf of the Fraternal institution All of our correspondents have ex- Â¬ Mystic Circle was well attended and the Mrs 0 E Ligbtfoot is in Louisville 8bo was taken to tbe Jenny Casseday ceedingly interesting and entertaining order turned out en masse Rey Rut Infirmary where she will be given medi- Â¬ communications this week You should ledge give an excellent talk pertaining to not fail to read them the advantages and rapid growth of tbe cal treatment A report has reached this city that tbe order While this secret organization is The red front store room on Main back portion --of this county is almost in its infancy yet it is a safe institution Street is being renovated throughout Tbe members of the order extend to Rev preparatory for a saloon to bo occupied flooded from the recent rains and the Rutledge their highest appreciation of roads are impassible by Steve Hall his sermon Our brrad customers are hereby noti Â¬ Here is tbe greatest offer evermado on Messrs 0 M Bullitt of Louisyille coffee One pound package of the fam Â¬ fied to bring to us all tags taken from bread and see the valuable premiums and George Bently of Hawesville were ous Leverings coffee for 10 cents Gre- Â¬ in tbe city yesterday They report an offered Gregory Gbson gory Gibson excellent business Mr Bentley who is Judge W D Holt was in town Friday managor of If you want a good pair of knee pants the Hawesville Elevator Co for your boy go quipk to Tbe Fair He has just returned from bis trip to with headquarters at Hawesville eald Theyve just got in a lot of nice ones all New Mexico and he relates some exceed- Â¬ Our business this year has been entire- Â¬ ingly interesting occurrences wool at only 60 cents ly satisfactory having all we could possi- Â¬ Merchants all over the county are sell Â¬ bly do A Nkws representative asked Mr William Beavln and daughter Miss Edna are both quite sick Mr ing an unusually largo quantity of Beeds Mr Bullitt what he thought would be Beavia bus been in declining herlth for this spring A gcoJ deal of the land is tbe prevailing price on the local wheat being sown in clover and orchard grass crop this year He said tbe present con- Â¬ sometime but not at all alarming To you who are fond of mustard and dition was never more favorable for a There will be quarterly meeting ser- Â¬ vices Saturday and Sunday at tbe Elm want something pure try a gloss jar of tremendous crop and be bad every reaStreet M E church Tho services will the celebrated Welters mustard one son to believe tbe farmers would obtain be conducted by presiding elder Rev V pound can ony 10 cents Gregory Gib- Â¬ a good price son Mr Clint C Munay of Rockport Ind Elgin Luther Hendricks and Julius Hardin is making extensive improvements in Cbas M Nevitt of Brandenburg Ky lias been appointed official stenographer two of Breckenridge countys industrious tbe old Dr Dick Murray farm situated for this Judicial district and is here atÂ¬ farmers were in town Monday They one mile from town on tbe Short Line tending court in that capacity Elizt are both making extqnsive preparations railroad He is huilding a log cabin for big crops this year which when completed will cost 500 bethtown News Mr and Mrs J D Babbage celebrated Mr Eugene Klngsburry baa the contract There will bo given under tbe auspices A six Mr Murray intends to haye a valuable of Mr J B Randall a grapapbono enter- Â¬ their fifteenth anniversary tainment Thursday night at Hota Chap-Â¬ oclock dinner was tendered tbe guests fruit farm and has purchased from W A small admission of honor wh6 were Mr and Mrs 0 P 8 Ashliy something like 3000 fruit trees el in Holts Bottom Mr Murray Babbage Mr John W Vest and Miss of different varieties fee will be charged was born in this town ane is eolu Local hortieultuiallsts dread the pres Â¬ Addie G Ditto of Louisville owner of the old home place in Jesse W Owen who formerly was with He has been repersenting a St ent weather fearing that the bumidi ty Company of Louis-Â¬ Louis rubber concern for a numbt r of and beat will swell the buds of fruit Peaslee Gaulbert trees so as to cause great damage Bhould ville for a number of years will soon re Â¬ years and has built up a large trade present tbe Central Paint A Railway a killing frost occur It ismmored that the Texas road Supply Company of the same city He will put on a dairy express and fruit will travel in this territory train to accommodate Meade and Breck Tbe A 0 U W have rented the va- Â¬ ridge counties dairymen and fruit grow Â¬ cant store room of Mr 0 F Mattingly ers during the coming season and a stage has been erected under tbe Hon Lafe Green catno over from tbe direction of Mr 0 W Fletcher They Falls of Rough Sunday and spent a will give tbe public a series of entertain- Â¬ few days here rajs the Grayson Gszatto ments during the month of April This If you have coughed and He made application to tbe Fiscal court promises to be a highly enjoyable affair coughed until the lining mem Â¬ for a bridge across Rough creek at Mc as excellent talent has been secured Gees ford Mr Levi Wlncbell who has been visit brane of your throat and lungs There will be a meeting of tbe Ex cu ing his brother Hiram at Kirk for tbe is inflamed tlve Committee of the Kentucky Press past two week arrived here Saturday Association at tbe Gait House in Louis Â¬ enroute to his home in Topinspott Ind ii il ville Tueeday March 22 They meet to Ho eaid the farmers in that section were l a arrange a program for the next meeting doubling their crops this year and that a of I b Association few had planted corn of Cod liver Oil will soothe Knight the photrgapher has t eea Judge Jamea R Skillman who la strengthen and probably cure doing an exceedingly rushing bustnets keeping bachelor quarters at tbe home i The cod liver oil feeds and They are turning out some extra Quo of tils mother Mrs A B Skillman en Â¬ i strengthens the weakened tls- work and they are getting trado from all tertained at tea Monday evening a num Â¬ I sues The glycerine soothes i the iatermedlate points of this and ad Â¬ ber of bis friend The ovenlag waa joining counties and heals them The hypo- most delightfully spent as progressive Elaewhere ia tbla issue will be found cards were the principle feature of en Â¬ phosphites of lime and soda a complete account of tbe death of Mrs joyment impart tone and vigor Dont Halite F Cochran a true christian and Mr W S Aahby proprietor of tbe One neglect thace coughs lovely woman who oaoa reaided ia tbla Highland Nursery waa in town Satur Â¬ il bottle of the Eamldoa may do Her death occurred at bar day He was highly alatad over this eeanty sew than ten more for eaaaosa bualaew and said It haa Inm ia IaversfM Fla rffcti ia th tlma of year when every be Impossible to fill tbe dawanda can do later on Be sure you amkggpsr should vm some dberewloR nada for treaa My trade baa bean I ret SCOTTS EmuUoa tv ia Iwyirg eotjfeoUonariea and grocariea greater this year than any for Ave years AS tfavasbu t joe k tt e Oar stock at all tlmaa U oouplt with a Tkialaa favorable indication that tbe BOWMC ChmltU Xw Yarfc SCOTT wall quipped bakary Tfaara is none fanaara aaa awakeoiag to tbe value of a other than tha old wllaWa City Vakary fruit orchard The Thing Miss Alice Beaton is quite sick Walter Smart has gone to St Louis Arrest Misa Kltie Batter stopped to see friends disease by the timely use of Tutts Liver Pills an old and favorite remedy of increasing popularity Always cures sour stomach malaria indiges- Â¬ tion torpid liver constipation and all bilious diseases SICK HEADACHE Fop Spring TUTTS Liver PILLS BIG SPRING Bill Bush has moved bis family to vww Local Rrvftfs ssirS Stithton Fred Moorman of Webster was here last Wednesday II Meyer was in Louisville lait weok purchasing goods Ben Clarkson Jr was in Louisville with stocklast week Mrs Luclnda Stltb Guston is tbe guest of U D Hardaway Miss Mayme Medley Is visiting Misa Flora Loeb of Vine Grove Tom Durbln baa moved Into the house formerly occupied by Will Bush Misses Vennle and Vertle Moorman have returned from Vine Grove Gabe Meadow Jr has accepted a Meyers store position in Jacob Jess Howell of Cecilia waa the guest of Miss Daisy Meador last Sunday Jack Harrington of Garrett was here last Friday the guest of Jim Uarned Bro Walton and wife were visiting in Vino Grove last Thursday and Friday Born to the wife of Alexander Scott on the 12th Inst a nine pound daugh- Â¬ ter G A Meador and wife were visiting friends and relatives in Elizabethtown last week Miss Hortense Miller will leave Mon Â¬ day for Maize Grove Sbe is going to teach school there Miss Clara Morris who has been here the past month visiting ber sisters has returned to Louisville Little Lena Hardaway daughter of 0 D Hardaway who has been very low with brain fever is getting well Bro Buck Overton the presiding elder in this district held his quarterly meet Â¬ ing at this place Saturday and Sunday Charlie Moorman attended the sale of Ed Moormans at Vine Grdye last Thursday and remained over until Fri Â¬ day Dowell McGregor of Long Grove- - and Will Crutcher of Vine Grove both representing McCormack Machine Com- Â¬ pany were guests at tho hotel last Thurs Â¬ day night E W Jones and family didnt leave as they expected a few days ago for Henderson to visit Mrs Jones mother but will leave next week Dr Prowit of West Point waa the guest of Dr Strother last Tuesday They performed an operation on Lulu Ruff colored removing the entire left breast She is doing well at this writ Â¬ ing Will Nail of Nalton and Susie Allison of Louisville married in Jeffersonvilfe last Thursday and came down to his fathers Jake Nail of Nalton where a dinner was served Friday in their honor We extend congratulations A HAPPY WOMAN hero Friday and Saturday She has been spending a month with relatives In Har-Â¬ din county and other places A wedding which wo failed to men Â¬ tion last week is that of Mr Olla Beatty and Miss Kdma Askins They were married at Hopowell church March Oth Full bloom outdoor flowers happy singing birds active early gardeners tripping barefoot boys delightful hazy sunshine all niako life worth living de- Â¬ spite these fierce attacks of spring fever Mr W G 8hort Uniontown was vis Â¬ iting tbe faniily of Mr Charley Robert Â¬ son last week W 0 Mocrman has received his com mlsBson as Notary Public Miss Arrie Robertson left Monday morning for Uniontown where she will spend several months with relatives and friends W E Brack and wife of Short Creek are visiting Mr and Mrs Dewees Miss Hallie Moorman and Moorman Willis went to Cloverport Sunday to re Â¬ turn to day Tuesday Two accidents of last week were One of Mr Louis Ashleys boys was using a hoe another came too near and was considerably gashed in the head Mrs Bur Â¬ netts little son 9 or 10 years of age se- Â¬ verely cut his foot with an ax Sunday afternoon Dr Dempster was near and prevented bleeding which might have resulted in death Â¬ Boom The roar of tho canon is likoly to be hoard at any time It will voice tho sentiments of this groat free country In Time of Peace Prepare for War IS Is an old saying and it is just as good time now as any to prepare for a vigorous war on dirt Get ready for Bpring house cleaning We can help you BON AMI AMONIA WITCHKLOTH the windows up bright polishes shiw cases and mir- Â¬ Cleans rors LADDERS Put up In quart bottles kills that bad smell cleans the floor bright excellent for laundry PAINT Enameled paints Brightens up your sil- Â¬ verware cleans old brass makes em thine bright try It STAININE Change your furniture to any Imitation Easy to apply BROOMS Dont borrow get one of your own cheap strong and durable CARPET LAYING OUTFIT for chairs frames and suchlike Makes them look like new ones FENCING In these days when the world is much at peace roving romanltic soldiers life is Writes to Dr Hartman and Tell Him What Makes Her So Mis Lucy Lee of Naples Tex had almost come to the conclusion that the blessing of health wob no longer hers and so when she retained it her happi Â¬ Sbe ness was almost to great for words I am well now and writes as follows am enjoying r good health bet- Â¬ ter than ever be Â¬ fore in my life Hoy happy I feel that I can write this I cannot praise pe rd na too much Man-a-li- n is the best medicine I have ever tried for that purpose it relieved mo from all pain I advised my neigh- Â¬ bor to use peruna and Man-a-li- n for catarrh and stomach trouble It is tbe best in the world I can do all my house work and not feel it I cant praise Fe ru na as I would like to it is the at est medicine there ia in the world Dr Hartman receives many such let Â¬ ters as this eyery week Some of them have been gathered together and pub-Â¬ lished in book form The book ia called Facts and Faces and will be sent free to any address by the Drug Manufacturing Company Columbus Ohio Â¬ Pe-ru-- Â¬ vtfW90a9cdWiM9ru Weak Lungs Scotts Emulsion GLENDEANE D 0 Moorman bought 180 acres of land of Jobn Dean Monday at 20 per acre The newest arrival in town is at Mr F M Powells an eight pound boy Misa Irene Board went to Kirk Satur Â¬ day Jesse Moorman Jr went to Forda vllle Saturday Mrs D N Howard and llttlb son visit Â¬ ed relativea in Fordsyilla Thursday and Friday Supt Driskell waa here Thursday He consolidated the two colored school districts nearest here The colored peo Â¬ ple will build a new school house sear Glendeane aad some colored teachers will fiad a good salary la tbla eatarged district Oa bar way to her bowe at Koakvale Â¬ i I I yu ZtfZ aBVOIVlXJfc an uncommon thing Breckerlrldge them out though has one soldier boy whose llfo is full ot experience Twenty seven years Wisdom leads the wa to wealth so does of age and three wars belong to William Mussulman son of tho well known John the path that leads to our store Just keep Musselman of the Branch railroad the grass trod down in it and you will wear BID as he is familiarly called served diamonds Sam in the last Indian trouble Uncle when sitting Bull lost his life Next he served with tbe Jcps in tbe Japanese Chinese war and came back to California well paid for his work with tbe victorious Japanese The peace of tbe United States was too profound for bis soldier spirit and at earliest opportunities he went to Cuba and for two years and UNION STAR her aunt Mrs L T Roberts Roberts more ho has been struggling with the Bottom the patriots there against the tyranny of Miss Jen Hardin and nieceMiss Forrie Spain Ills father nas not beard from Mrs Rebecca Watltngton is visiting Hardin Holts Bottom attended church him for several months but is daily ex- Â¬ relatives in Cloverport here Sunday pecting a letter from bim now He is a Miss Eva Cashman is attending the direct descendant of Daniel Boon and Mrs W II Sargent after a very pleas- Â¬ Hardinsburg doubtless this love of adventure is the Normal at ant visit returned to her home at Fords Mies Sarah Richardson is recuperating villo same that made the name of Daniel Saturday after a few weeks illness Boon secure to the Western settlement MtQuitya boat left lost week for Born to the wife of Jabey Brasbear Addison They are good photographers SANDY HILL March the 7tb a daughter Allene and made mauy friends during their Mrs Neoma Chappell is visiting ber pleasant stay at this town S S Richardson has been confined to sister Mrs Edmunds in Brandenburg The many friends of James M Craw- Â¬ his bed for several days with la grippe Miss Ida Gardner has returned from ford met Sunday nt the depot to bid bim Mrs Robert Hendrick spent several an extended trip to her brother at Irv- Â¬ adieu Jim left for his western days at the bedside of her uncle Jessie ington home All gavo him a warm welcome Ashcraft Mrs H S English and daughter Mrs and regretted when the time came to Bay Supt W D Ashcraft of Brandenburg F B Lacy spent Thursday with Mrs good by Mr Geo Basham and Mr attended the funeral of his grandfather Wm Mllner Vale joined him at Sample from thence Saturday Farmers are busy sowing oats while to Louisville where they will purchase Mrs Jesse Ashcraft is having her bouso their wives and daughters nre carrying several carloads of cattle to take to Kansas Wo wish them all the good repainted Court Wolf ot Indianapolis eggs to market luck that can follow them is doing the work Miss Ada Hanks accompanied by Mr A truly educated girl If she has taken at Little Lena Young spent several days J B Ricketts visited ber parents advantage of her privileges at ochool or with her sister Mrs H II Dugan of Irv- Â¬ Stepbensport Friday and Saturday ington this week Mr Henry Gibson who has ben very college comes back to her home and Sam B Day who is sick at his broth- Â¬ low with pneumonia fover for the past friends broadened in heart as well as in Superior aire born of larger er Harveys wo are sorry to report no week we are glad to learn is convales- Â¬ mind means social recognition or of wider cent better at this writing Sheriff Rhodes of Meade county and knowledge stamp the ignorant and the Tbe farmers of our neighborhood have of Breckenridge ill bred more surely than any other sign Constable Stewart been very busy sowing clover seed and county passed through hero last Tues Â¬ The well educated woman is discovered oats for tbe past week It is day on the eearch of a fugative from jus- Â¬ she nevpr introduces herself Mr and Mrs J R Wlllett were visit Â¬ tice wanted in Meade for malicious cut- Â¬ humility that forms a very important ing Mrs1 Willetts parents Mr and Mrs part of a good education ting Davis Young Saturday and Sunday The surprise party given at the home On last Friday evening at the resi Â¬ Mrs James Hendrick who bos been dence of Mr and Mrs 0 M McGlothlan of Miss Daisy Watllngton near Union suffering from a severe wound caused by Misses Minnie Hoyle and Sue A Bra Star last Tuesday night was in honor a fall we are glad to report improving shear entertained about twenty four of of her birthday It was very much en Â¬ joyed and tho participants of the pleas- Â¬ MrsjAnnie W Herndon and Mrs J their friends ure will be glad M Herndon dined with Mr and Mrs In January Mrs W L Milner intro- round Those when another year rolls present were MisnH W Lewis Brandenburg last Tuesday party duced tbe old fasbloued mite J Nell Miller Etta and Kate Haynes Id Elijah and Chris Ashcraft aud Henry which has proved to be a successful idea Jarrett Zaltna Lav Viola Whitworlh Payne Nellie Basham Messrn Cowley attended the commencement at Quite a number of the long winter even- Â¬ Lena Harvev English Jr June and Dan Haj Brandenburg Saturday nlgbt and report ings have been passed away very pleas- nec Herman Lay John Jarrett aud antly in playing social games Amos Whitworth a good time The young poople of our town are ar Â¬ Lula Ashcraft has returned home after interesting programme several weeks stay with ber grandpar Â¬ ranging quite an consisting of tableaux plays recitations Tklfif m ents where she has been waiting on ber ilalli for an entertainmont to fc grandfatbertwho died March 11 Lula songs and etc SJTm glyen at tbe school house on tbe is a good nurse and is ever rvady and be evenings of March 25 and SO The pro- Â¬ willing to help those that are sick ceeds go to the benefit of the church We receivpd a long letter from Davis Mr and Mrs C M McGlothlan celeAshcraft who left here last September brated the twenty fifth anniversary of He writes us he has located at Portland their marriage at their home Friday Oregon and is very well pleased with March 4 They entertained quiet a num tbe country He says the wheat which ber of their friends and relatives in their is their principal crop looks fine ftnd the own gracious manner experience to act at clerk Tbe perfectly lily aofleading In itlre of ihl city trees are budding like spring of the year prepared dinner was served at tho usual WANTED Addreiiln writing to the IIrkckenkidgb Niws He also states that they have bad a very hour and grtatly enjoyed by all to which Jlox U mild winter and can work wlthduthis each did ample justice The guests left TOR RKNT The old Hardin farm on Clover coat any day Creek llreckenridge county for terms ap at a late hour wishing their host and ply to Julius Hardin Uncle Jim Ashcraft died at his borne hostess all good luck and many happy March 11 169S Uncle Jimmie wasborn returns All persons knowing themselves NOTICE to the undersigned either by note In or Oct 14 1811 and waa at his death 80 aciount wl plcaie cull and urrange tame Our Important Case Decided years 0 months old He was born and old business mutt be settled We can be found at the store of Heston Willis Co W II llowmcr raised in this county and at the time of Usiok Stab Ky March II Editoii Son his death was one of the oldest men in of Bheckenbidob News In the cae tbia county He nnlted with the Baptist where Rebecca Watltngton sued her FAUMKItSTAKK NOTICK 1 have too bush Â¬ artichokes for church early in life and was one of tbe husband Jamea Watllngton charging buthelt it sufficient to plant an acre and tale liveÂ¬ will winter 40 charter members of tbe Sandy Hill bim with cruel treatment and failing to bushelshogs yielding on good land from Soo to 000 An absolute preventative ol cholera and church Uncle Jimmie was twice mar- Â¬ provide waa decided the last day of keeps hogs in such thrifty condition that it is al Â¬ most impossible for ulv asa to take hold of them ried by his first wife two children were court Judge McBeath eald in a case Send in your rrder and remittance now if you want them born and by the last eleven He lived where a wife leaves her home without or and I will ship them April 1st 60c pet basnet 5 bushels for 1 1 30 loDg enough to Bee seven of them burled lawful reasons as she failed to prove br I W Toot Irvington Ky and fivf are still living Uncle Jimmie In this case she cannot recover any ali bad many traits of character which were mony He therefore decided in favor of worthy of Imitation He waa punctual defendant In hia promlsebla word waa never doubt Â¬ ed firm in hia decisions and waa ever STEPHENSPORT ready to assist in any beneavolent act Prayer meetings at both churches are He waa intered ia tbe Sandy Hill ceme Â¬ tery and bta funeral waa preached by improving Mr Fullenwlder Irvington was in Bro 8hkh Job 14 chap 14 verse j If a man 4le shall he live again 7 Our town last week Mrs Brinley went to Cloverport Mon Â¬ heart gaaa out ia sympathy for tbe beÂ¬ reaved wife aad children Ilia wife haa day to visit relatives Mr and Mr Roland Watllngton wero been aa invalid for years She la 70 years of ago and haa ever been a faithful with Mrs Cbas Watllngton last week Mr G Haawell Hardinsburg waa the companion It ia true aba haa lost her lovlBg husband We have known of gueat of Mlaa Mitta McOubbina Sunday Mrs Vaughn oi Louisville arrived hia altorovph a baaaUf al aelf aaerlflng Ufa aa hatband father aad frlaad He Saturday to visit her too R W Vaughn MlaKkla Crawford haa bmn vWtlne haagoaato a erowa that awalta the swewagBWiBBwg faltbfal sa4 Wattkav RjU4i Â¬ Tack hammers and all tlzes of tacks Baled straw for carpets your chickens bother your gardens Then see our poultry Does netting It will keep handle ones for the celling big strong ones for the yard light ones for the household Long mamimffi3mwammmz STJLZERS I r Â¬ OASTORIA lf teucU Â¬ WANTS Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Wanted 100000 lbs of Tobacco Bring sam- Â¬ ples to Jas 1 Urn ftp YRUP PEPSIN HWKt OOftSTtfATlONa Bit OALDWELLS all aT IUbTWI UHtM ewd m torn PMkefMT- - wtta- Pace bSR1VImmmm RES Jr OLOVWtfORT ky ass ia-i - Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAltOII 10 18P8 TOLD IN FEW WORDS a I WELL KNOWN HEfE DAthefnniMHBcMhmr svilu rn frmn it vman kvivi rLrUJL Was lrrolton Democrat I News of The WorldXondensed For Busy It was a great shock to relatives aud friends when a telegram brought I be sad fact that Mrs Halite E Cochran was dead Her death occure J at her home in Inverness Florida Jaat Sunday night at 12 oclock her ailment being djse li Â¬ te ry She was sick only a week we learn and her friends here had not been ap prised of the illness indeed lior husband was hardly aware of it The remains arrived hero via Worthville early yester Â¬ day morning The funeral took place from her old borne now occupied by W C Darling at 2 her brother-in-laoclock yesterday The services were conducted by Iter If G Turner whose words were all beautiful and appropriate With great sorrow and much tears on the part of those near and dear accou panied by tho warm and heartf It sym pathy of many friends the mortal re Â¬ mains of the good woman were laid to rest In Odd Fellows cemt tery A few weeks ago she was filled with happy life In a land of sunshine and flrwers to-Â¬ day the body rests near the old homu be Â¬ neath the snow with others gone before the gentle spirit that suffered and loved has withdrawn to a brighter and happier clime than earth ever knew Mrs Cochian was the daughter of Dr John T Lewis who a led about 20 years ago She had a singularly bright and happy disposition with a refined nature and delicate sensibilities These quali Â¬ ties secured for her the friendship and esteem of all good people and made her a devoted wife and affectionate mother The surviving members of her family are the husband Thos J Cochran and a five year old eon one child having died several years ago She leaves sisters Mrs Anna and brothers as follows Darling of this place Mrs Sarah Drury of Breckenridge county Mrs Mattie Cochran of Madison John T and Geo TLewis of Carrollton Will W and Chas II Lewis of Mauardville Texas Mr and Mrs Cochran moved to Flor- Â¬ ida in 1880 since which time they lived there with the exception of about two The deceased years in Ctiattanooga was a member of the Methodist church Dr Cochran of MadUon went to Florida and with her brother accompanied the remains home w Â¬ Readers Current Events Collected Carefully Day by Day at Some And Abroad Fpr This Column 1 lie Grand Duke and Duchess of u I IS i1 i Hesse have separated Hon B K Bruce register of tbe treasury is seriously HI A larco number of bogus silver dol Â¬ lars in circulation in Denver John Daly was acquitted of tho mur- Â¬ der of Lula Folles In St Louis In London It is considered that war between the United States and Spain Is Inevitable Placards have been posted in Madrid urging tho election of the Weylerlta candidates Mrs A Piatt of Detroit sister ot Secretary of War Alger died at Nor- Â¬ wich Mont Cleveland of New Dr Trumbull York Is charged with manslaughter be- Â¬ cause one of his patients died Twenty miles of railroad track will be elevated In Chicago this summer The spring breaking up of the log- Â¬ ging camps of the Menominee has taken place The Republicans of Kansas City Mayor James M have renominated Jones It Is denied in Washington that tho Alaskan boundary treaty has been signed Commander W H Emory has vol- Â¬ unteered to command the cruiser St Louis Gray Wolves are doing serious dam- Â¬ age to stock on the Laramie river In Colorado Assessor Richard C Gunning ot Chi- Â¬ cago was declared not guilty of solic- Â¬ iting a bribe Miss Helen Schwann was burned to death in St Louis while lighting a gasoline stove Professor Horace Fenn formerly of the United States suicided In Berlin by drowning The rumor of a Spanish loan in Paris Is denied w H4 Insurance companies have formed a compact to keep up rates Dowagor Countess of Elgin mother Spring gentle spring is here of the viceroy of India Is dead An alleged contract wife of ex Mayor Many people wercgmlening last week J R Mays visited at Cloverport Sun Â¬ Sutro of San Francisco hasInappeared The salaries of teachers the public day schools of Chicago have been Increased of Garrett was here Clint Crutcher Samuel Gompers Is not satisfied with Sunday the verdict In the Sheriff Martin case Arthur Mattingly is here a knight of at Wllkesbarro Pa Englishmen from British Ouiana the grip was hero have invaded Brazilian territory to in- Â¬ Col Steve Hall Cloverport stigate a revolution last week Wages of employes in tho United Jas Kurtz is able to risurae work of States arsenal nt Rock Island Ills some kind have been restored to the rates existing Horace Squires of Stephensport visit Â¬ Dec 31 1897 A state of anarchy reigns In tho isl Â¬ ed here last week and of Hainan Miss Ella Kurz returned fion Da Â¬ Mrs Ellen Duquette 103 Is dead In viess county last Saturday Gouverneur N Y Miss Harrington of Muldraugh is visJ C Cox board of trade Dlunecr in iting Miss Llzze Hall Chicago is Insane Three more Russian warships have Mrs Slimmer and son of OxensborO arrived at Hongkong are visiting Mrs W G Jordan A big steel rolling mill is to bo es Â¬ Farm work is being pushed rapidly and most farmers are through sowing tablished at Jollet Ills The Delaware Iron works at Newcas- Â¬ oats tle Del will resume work Monday Will Beauchamp and wife of Hardlns The Republican slate convention of burg came last Sunday to visit relatives Kansas will be held June 8 at Hutch- Â¬ here inson Misses Nellie Shaw and Laura French The Globo shipyard strike in Cleve- Â¬ of Lodlburg are the guests of Mrs Thoa land has been declared off tho Btrikers Compton giving up the fight Mrs Annie Herndon attended church Roy Gehrlng shot and probably fa Â¬ here Sunday and was the guest of Mrs tally wounded Will B Davis and then Laura Kurtz suicided at MlllcrsvIIIe Pa George bwigens and Eddie Brown William J Calhoun of Illinois has colored went to Irvingtou Sunday and been nominated by President McKInley to be interstate commerce commis- Â¬ the twain were made one Sash Jordan and Ed McConnell are sioner slowly recuperating from injuries sus Eight persons were injured in a fire tained in a recent runaway in Hartford The sensation here last week was the Japan urges China to reject the de Â¬ drilling of cavalry troops for tin war mands of Russia with Spain by Capt J It Mays Two Italian laborers were killed in Fred Moorman one of our promising New York by a dirt cart falling on young men went to Owensboro Sunday them to take a lucrative position there The Canadian Pacific sells first class There was universal sympathy hern Sunday for a certain young man who did tickets from San Francisco to Chicago not seem to be a little bit in evidence for 13850 The Death Angel invaded the homo of Word comes from Skaguay that the Mr and Mrs ttni Hay nee the 11th reports ot deaths thero aro greatly ex and took away their oldest son Ransom ageerated who was just entering manhood and A general creditors bill was filed who was possessed of all those traits of character that betoken a bright aud against the La Follette Land company useful lift He died of pneumonia fever of La Follette Tenn after an illnets of a few days The con- Â¬ Mrs Anna Parry 36 was burned to dolence of the community goes out to death in Detroit her husband George the bereaved family in tills hour of sore M Parry setting fire to her clothing affliction A coal miners strllfe Is threatened in Illinois Cotton mills have resumed work In Blddeford Me Walter B Barker United States con sul at Sagua la Orande Cuba has re- Â¬ Pain Was Maddening and Hope signed Had Boon Abandonod- - Wonder- Â¬ The Vulcan Shipbuilding company of Stettin Germany has sold no cruisers ful Results of Purifyinc tho Clood to Spain A very severe pain came in my left China has agreed to lease Port Ar Â¬ knee which grew worse aud worae and thur and to Russia for finally a sore broke out above tbe knee years It discharged a great deal and the pain 99 In view of possible war with Japan from my thigh down was maddening Large hard purplo spots appeared on my Russia has let contracts for several leg I suffered in this way for years warships The Oriental Order of Zouaves and and gave up all hope of over being cured My wife was reading of a case like mine the Independent Order of Zoroaster cured by Hoods rJanaparllla and she will consolidate Three counterfeiters were captured advised me to try It I began taking It and when I had used a few bottles I In De Soto Mo one being engineer of tbe electric light works there found relief from my suffering Ob m fc how thankful I am for this rellof I I am Hi Will 8h MarryT stronger than I have ever been In my life H6pklnsvllle Ky Feb 16 By the I am In the best of health have a good will of the late John Moayon the appetite and am a new man altogether wealthiest merchant In this city he J F Mooks Lisbon Falli Mains to wife but if J Sfircfl- - leaves everything marryhis two thirds of he should ever the estate will then go to his two chil Â¬ Isthsb t ta fact tho One True Wood Puriier dren equally Tho estate Is estimated at fMOWO all accumulated since 1849 PtMs cumuli i cuti 1 Â¬ Â¬ WEBSTER Oh HowTiiankful ILADER TROUBLE The bladder was created for ono pur Â¬ pose uamoly a receptaclo for urine aud as such It la not liable to any form of disease except by one or two ways The first way Is from Imperfect action of tho kidneys Tno second way is from care Â¬ less local treatment of other diseases NAMPIKNENT FKIMi Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kid Â¬ ney b Is the chief cause of b a Ider troubles It Is comforting to know tlint Dr Kil mers Swamp Root fulfills overy wish in quickly curing bladder and urinary trou- Â¬ bles It cornets frrquont calls inability to hold urine and scalding or stinging pain in passing it or bad IT els follow Ing the use- of liquor wlno or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being comDelltd to get up many times during he night to urinate The mild and txtraordlnary effect of Dr Kilmers All spoiled money orders must hero Swamp Root is soon to be reallznl It after bo marked void stands the highest for its wonderful cures Salvador will not support Nicaragua of the most distressing cases It you in a war with Costa Rica need a medicine you should have the C W Wood suicided after murder- Â¬ best At druigsts fifty cents and one ing Ireno Brldcr at Ottawa Ills dollar Yon may have a sample bottle Governor Pingree of Michigan will call a special session of the legislature and pamphlet both sent free by mail Smoking is becoming a universal fad upon receipt of three two cent stamps to with women in England and the bicy- Â¬ cover cost of postrge on tbe bottle Mention the Bkeckbnridob News and cle Is blamed for It Co A Lowe admits stealing 1800 send your address to Dr Kraer Edwin while acting assistant postmaster at N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee tho genuineness of this offer Newton Center Mass Colonel Plcquart wounded Colonel Dr David Morton Dies Suddenly Henry in the wrist and arm In a duel with swords In Paris Kov Dr David Morton Secretary of Parties who defrauded the govern- Â¬ the Board of Extension of the Method ment out of 2400 as taxes on whisky ist Episcopal church South died at bis in 1863 have Just turned that amount home in Louisville Wednesday March over to Collector Sapp at Louisville 0 He was 05 years old and born in Duchess Do Dondeauville 65 died In Russellville Ky He was one of tho ot Meningitis Paris best known men in the ministry and Tho Kentucky house has passed a would have- been made a bishop sme bill declaring gold contracts void time ego but lie was too valuable a man Costa Rica is cut off from telegraphic to remove from such an Important posi- Â¬ communication with tho outside world tion as head of the church extension Tho United States is sending a largo supply of ammunition to tho Asiatic work His death resulted from a splin- Â¬ ter entering hs thumb blood poiBon squadron Judgment secretly confessed to favor immediately set in which caused tho some particular creditor is declared in Â¬ fatal result valid in New York Republicans of California are groom- Â¬ Cosmo Buttermilk Toilet Soap makes ing U S Grant for United States sen- Â¬ the skin soft white and healthy Sold ator from that state everywhere The Evans bill would knock out half tno postofilco employes who are now PISGAH In the classified service Captain Begouen of the genoral army Arthur Kirk of Osvensboro was at the staff of France has been reduced to tho Tar Springs last week ranks for favoring M Zola Lorenzo Barnes was hanged in East Miss Elsie Pate is visiting her sister Cambridge Mass for the murder of Mase Hawkins John Deah on Dec 17 1897 O W Sandprs Mattingly correspon- Â¬ Shep Wood shot and killed his broth- Â¬ dent to the Nuws lies left for Evansville er Thomas at Cordele Ga bright and newsy letters are greatly The immediate needs of the naval His being diligently looked af- Â¬ missed service aro Miss Maggie B Tnil spent Sunday last ter with Miss Lula Newman England will occupy In case Japan withdraws from that Mr Walter Meador aud Miss Malirsa port Miller were married last Wednesday at General Weyler and Senor Dupe tho home of tho brides mother Mis de Lome were hanged in efflgy at Ir Mary Miller Mr Ernest Pate and Miss vlngton Ind Nolia Miller were the attendants Im Two miners were found frozen to mediately after the ceremony tho bridal death at Taquish Alaska with 160000 party were given an elegant spread In their possession On Wednesday March 0 a beautiful baby with six fingers on tho left A hand was born to Mr and Mrs Theo- Â¬ country wedding took place at the home of Mr and Mrs Riley Hawkins The dore Campbell of Markland Ind Hernandez defeated candidate can Â¬ contractirg partieB were Mr M E Ham didate for president of Venezuela has bleton to Miss Eva L Hawkins and Mr declared war on the government Peyton Eekridge to Miss Pearl Hawkins The United States senato reported Rev G V Richards performed the adversely on the nomination of Henry ceremony Both brides were lookir g Demas to be naval officer at New Or Â¬ their prettiest and the grooms were at Â¬ leans tired in the customary black After tbe John Wild tho actor is dead in Troy ceremony a bountiful supper was spread NY for the occasion May their union be ono Price of gold In London has ad- Â¬ of happiness is the wish of the writer vance Miners at Weaverville Pa are on a strike An Indian doctor and little girl were hanged in North Carolina It Is estimated that the Nicaraguan canal will cost 100000000 Prince Albert of Belgium Is coming to America to study Yankee customs Over 400 miners left San Francisco for the klondlke on ono steamer The powder works near Santa Cruz V Cal are running night and day It is impossible for tho systom Mr Bong Sun Pak of the Korean le- Â¬ to withstand tho domands inndo gation in Washington has resigned It Is not believed In London that upon it just nt this Benson with- Â¬ Spain could get any sympathy In Eu- Â¬ out tho assistauco of a good puri Â¬ fying aud Btrongthomiig touic rope Tho changes which Naturo decrees Mayor Price of Jamestown N Y has assigned shall tako placo each spring aro A distinct earthquake shock was folt so sovoro that a breakdown is In Paducab Ky almost suro to como It is wise The government has abandoned tho that all possible assistance bo expedition to aid Klondlkers given during this period as upon All the waterways ot Alaska will bo this purifying process doponds tho carefully surveyed and charted health for tho ontiro summer Tho hottest election contest ever Everybody just now should tako a witnessed has Jiidt ended in Ontario thorough course of Swifts Spooiflo Fire destroyed nearly the entire business portion of Watersweet Midh The steamer City of Colombia hound for Klondike from New York is delayed which thoroughly cleanses tho at Valparaiso for lack of funds A hurricane devastated New Cale- Â¬ blood of all tho accumulated im- Â¬ donia Australia and the French gun- Â¬ purities toues up and strengthens boat Loyalty was sunk tho eutiro systom and aids Naturo A bill has been Introduced in the in ronovating and renewing tho Now York assembly to permit nonpro- Â¬ body so as to render it hoalthy and fessional games on Sunday strong Thoso who purify their Eugene V Debs Is opposed to war blood with S S S at this season with Spain aro woll fortified against tho many A cavalry regiment ot cowboys Is forms of discaso so provaleut dur Â¬ being formed In Arizona ing tho droaded hoatod term for Â¬ Frank J Parker ex bllllard cham- it has been demonstrated that tho pion Is dead in Chicago systom that ia thoroughly purified The remains of George W G Ferris in tho spring is well proparod to are held in Pittsburg for funeral ex- Â¬ resist uisoaso all summer penses No othor It Is denied that 40 telegraph oper- Â¬ is equal to romdy on tho markot Swifts Speoifio as a ators have been ordered to Florida spring modicino bocauso it is tho from Chicago Mrs Georgo H Davldsdn with her only purely vogotablo blood rem Â¬ babe In her arms jumped into the edy and is guaranteed absolutely river and both were drowned at Ben- Â¬ freo from potash uioroury and all othor minerals Itoloansos puri ton Harbor Mich In making his application for post Â¬ fieSj builds up and strengthens master at Haywards Cal Alonzo Insist on S S 8 for thero is noth Â¬ Bradford forwarded an x ray photo Â¬ ing half as good graph ot a wound received In tbe war Â¬ Â¬ Wel-Hal-W- el Â¬ r U mond Geo Icukcl S Co J m Tie Great Hatpin tore tfs J Just received New It Jtt IhroHfh an nana loc Carry CJomks it 4c Nil 2jc Curry Combi at U N T Spool Cotton 4c Jleovr Shoe Htmh 10 Kn Ulna Silk flo t dot horn OlUr lluttoni Oc Nice At ran Gingham 3c J foot lloxwfod ltufe 7c Itrgers Tea Spoons set 1 1 00 Laities Overga tcrs 25c Alio it ooCnmfottiat jioo Blankets at OAc Line of WALL PAPER NorioriR taking stack and hey ni they have tag many nave erasrs iremneaoqiiariersM tut rnees and Reduce Stock Read esr Cut Price Below flKOCUKIES Our Remnant Bargain Counter la overflowing with good things Ladles we Invito you to Inspect SheraaHdHubtoora j t8lbsiura Ltrd Slbsgnod Green Arbuckle cotter 80c Tea at ups and Sauceri 18 lbs Granulated 1 lb can Ibi for Codec set ac 100 35c 13c 10c rolks Tomaluca Sugar 100 ate ige ic 8c Childrens Kubbeis at Ladies Huhbera at Childrens Shots at llabr Shoes at Ladles Sample Shoes 60 pair Mens Hoots at Hoys Sample Shoes Hata and Clothing joe 100 6110 1 loc loc IJC 60c floe Hoys Suits wort it 00 at 90c Hoys Hats worth 60c at 35c Mens Orercoats worth Mens Orercoats worm sio at opo S2AO Mens Suits at At Cost Mens Hats jjatfjso Tumblen per act Pint Tin lupt Frying Hans 3 packages of Coffee to person only Ladles Capes Reduced iroinSltoOOo BRANDENBURG KENTUCKY Bclenre Teachers utneers Richmond Ind March 7 Tho In- Â¬ diana science teachers adjourned after electing tho following officers Presi- Â¬ dent A D Crowe of Ft Wayne sec- Â¬ retary George W Roberts of Greens burg treasurer W A Fiske of Rich- Â¬ Thero are three little things which do three little things created they are the ant tho bee andDeWitts Little Early Risers tho famous littlo pills for Btomach and liver trouble Short Haynes moro work than any other Ate lliUnneil Ilreait Ky Lancaster March 7 Throe children named Hutchlns ate bread upon which arsenic had been placed for rats at Furrs store in Flatwoods and became violently ill Tho oldest is not expected to recover You have several dollars worth of old clothes that are good but soiled Dye them over with Putnam Fadeless Dyts and they will be new again Ouly takes one hour and they will not stain your hands or vessels Sold by W E Brown Inlluna IoHtiiiasifira March 11 Indiana Wrshlngton postmasters were appointed as follows Dugger Sullivan county R S Qulllen vice Sadie McKlssIck removed Pierce ton Kosciusko county H Frank Rad cllft vice Eliza M Radcllff removed Died nf llrlelita Disease Indianapolis nrch 9 A M Stlmson purchasing agent of the Big Four rail Â¬ of M E Ingalls road a brother-in-lapresident of the Big Four died at La- Â¬ fayette of brlghts disease w Governor Bradley has requested James Speed of Louisville to get the water from the old Lincoln homestead In La Â¬ rue county Frankfort Ky March 11 It Is set Â¬ tled that the battleship Kentucky will be christened with a bottle ot water Will Use Water Going Down Hill People suffering from Kidnoy Diseases feel a gradual but steady loss of strength They should lose no and vitality tlmo in trying Foleys Kidnoy Cure a A It Fisher Guaranteed Preparation Coverport R A Shellmnn Stephens port Gordon Haynes Patesvllle E A Witt Hardinsburg A Strlfa Ordered Charleston W Vn March 10 The Kanawha and New river coal miners have been ordered to strike on April 1 and 2000 men will come out unless the operators agree to roeettho terms offer ed by the United Mine Workers Irvlrgton Six Finger March 4 A corn recently to the wife Campbell of Markland with developed Angers on the left With -- Patriot Ind Cnuie rrom Tmllana Louisville March 11 Mary Harris Whooping cough is the most distress Â¬ or Stella Hughes who was murdered ing malady but its duration can be cut by R Lee Van Arsdell came from short by the use of One Minute Cough Nabbs Ind and Is satd to be the wife Cure which is also the best known reme- of a Lexington man dy for croup and all ung and bronchial Candidal For Mayor troubles Short Haynes Jeffersonville Ind March 10 Miss Belle Berry Is a candidate for the may- Â¬ HANCOCK COUNTY oralty nomination on the Womans Re Â¬ form ticket Saturdays Clarion babe was of Theo six well hand A thrill of terror is experienced when a brassy cough of croup sounds through the he use at night But tbe terror soon changes to relief after One Minute Cough Cure has been administered Hafe and Haynes harmles for children Short To Consumptives As an honest remedy Foleys Honey and Tar does not hold out ialse hopes in advanced stagec but truthfully claims to give comfort and relief in the vory worst cases and in early stages to effect a cure A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell man Stephensport Gordon Haynes Patesvllle E A Witt Hardinsburg Declared Against Fusion VIncennes Ind March 11 The Peo- Â¬ ples party of the Sepond congressional district nominated Rev William J Trout for congress Resolutions wero adopted reaffirming the Omaha and St Louis platforms and declaring against fusion Mayor Barry of Cloverport was in town Monday He is about ready to pay 25 per cent on the Pierce claims and thinks it will not pay more than CO cents on the dollar Georgo Bauers will blart for the Alas Â¬ kan gold fields about April 10 and will let his friencs hear from him occasionally through tho Clarion The Steamer Monteith sunk at Troy Ind five miles below hero at G oclock yesterday morning High winds were coming up the reach at that plRce and the water rolled in over the dick Hav irg no steam up the pump could not be started and tbe boat wont down She was one of the Crammond flset and was owned by Capt W D Crammond of this tity She was engaged constantly In the towing busiut ES aud was working mostly at corn towing She was under the charge of Capt Ed Ayres and Jas Gib- Â¬ son both of this city She was a good and faithful boat and will be miesed at this season by her owner Capt Cram mond bought tbe boat at Pittsbuig four years ago Hie loss is covered by 2500 insurance in a Chicago company On Wednesday the Hancock Deposit Bank filed a suit in the Hancock Circuit Court asking for a mandamus to compel tbe fiscal c urt of Hancock county to levy and collect a special tux to pay tno bank the amount of claims it holds against tbe county pa alii out of the levy of 1894 It will be rtmembrrtd that tho bank luretoforo filed suit for these claims against ex sheriff Baker on his bond but because of the failure of the county court at that time to take a county levy bond Bakers sureties were released hence the suit as meutioned above Two weeks ago a bundle of switch s and note were leit at the door of Stephen Mastenon two miles out on the Pell villa road notifying him to leave the neighborhood A week later the house was stoned and soon thereafter the fam Â¬ ily moved out On Tuesday night the house was burned The persons effects ft ere in tho house and all were lost The Mastersons claim a latgi crowd of men were around tho cursing and firing pis tots The hous4 was set on tire by balls of cotton being soaked in oil uud then thrown lighted on the loif They say more will be heard of the affair at Cir- Â¬ cuit Court week after next Â¬ We are anxious to do a little good in tliis world and can think of no pleasanter or better way to do it than by recom Â¬ mending One Minute Cough Cure as a preventive of pneumonia consumption ahd other serious lung troubles that fol- Â¬ low neglected colds Short S Haynes Jn J I Buoklens Arnica Salve Tub Best Salve in the world for Cuts Capital Stock lteduced Aurora Ind March 11 The stock- Â¬ Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe Â¬ holders of the Aurora National bank ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil Â¬ have voted to reduce its cupltal stock blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and postlvely cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ to 50000 What pleasure is there in life with a quired It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Prico headache constipation and billiousneas For sale nr Short Thousands experience them who could 25 cents per box Haynes becomn perfectly healthy by using De Wilts Little Early Risers the famous Cave Itallroud Selfl little pills Short Haynes Glasgow Ky March 9 Tho Mam- Â¬ moth Cave railroad was sold at tho courthouse door by Special Commis MARKET REPORTS J Hill Kakhi sioner Richardson Gralu mid Stock Quotations For March IS bought in the road for the stockholders Keir York at 16000 10 00311 00 extra mess Beef Family 18 008 M packed JOOOQIOSO Despemte Criminal 61iot Cut meats -- IlckM belllca 6ii7c pickled shoulders Bowling Green Kyr March 9 Will pickled hams 7ftc 94c lurd Western Morton shot and fatally wounded Pilch 10 75 sleuin 5 43 Pork Old megs Smith here Smith was a dangerous creamIlutter Western dairy 12Q20c do factory llQlSc ery 15320c Cheese and desperate criminal Morton es- Â¬ Stnte large 8th8Xc small OfaOVic part caped KLiOMic full skims 2Q3c Lggs skims State and fennsylranla llQ12o western Died of Ulood Poisoning trcsh lie Louisville March 10 The Rev Da Â¬ VUeat Corn 37c Oat l 03 3Hic vid Morton D D secretary of the njeGOVic board of church extension of the Meth- Â¬ Pittsburgodist Episcopal church south died at 3 OOQS 10 Rood 4 70 Cattle Choice 4 20 M 4034 03 fair 4 0 tidy butchers his residence In this city of bloodpoi 3 OCXM 10 belfers 13 GO 414 35 common sonlng aged 63 years 2 0OQ4 10 4 40 bulls stats and cons trcsh cows 20340 THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE 4 2534 30 Hogs Yorkers mediums 3 83 srassers 3 10Q3 ID 14 30U4 35 fair Â¬ Â¬ - heavy 4Wii4 23 rough 3 0033 00 pigs 3 tX33 DO 4 8535 00 good 4 63g 8heep Cholce 4 4034 00 4 75 common fair 3 503 4 00 Iambi 5 750583 Chicago 3 83S 10 Cattle Deerei cows and 2 C0Q3 SO Texas steers heifers 3 50H 3 0035 40 dockers and 4 75 western feeders 3 0O34 00 3 8024 07M Hops Light mediums 4 0034 10 3 SOJJ4 tttj heavy rough 3 40 39 DO Cheep and lambs Choice sheep 4 2034 40 5 03 common fair 3 00 choice lambs 4 10 exports 5 60 Corn 20c Wheat 1 01 Oat Hye lUc 3 30Q 3 25SJ 4 0OQ Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be Cured An Eminent New York Chemist and ScienÂ¬ tist Makes a Free Offer to Readers Our 25R SSSrTnoBlood NINETY YEARS OF AQE Death Of Rev Samuel Wealey Baa- ham a Pioneer Minister of the Christian church and a Breckenridge County flan ICourier I HuOalo 4 0034 00 shipping 4 CD5i 4 85 5 2035 40 good best steers 3 50Q4 00 stockers and cows aud heifers feeders 3 5034 33 Hogs 4 10 roughs Yorkers com 3 55Ca3 03 mon to good mediums and heavies 4 15 pigs 3 80 Sheep and Lambs Sheep extra 4 C0Q good prime 3 0O35 15 common 4 75 uuuii uu cuoice lanius so tuqs 80 fz Cleveland 4 10 logs Yorkers and light medl 3 00 stags and roughs urns aud beatles Cattte Bitcberi - Â¬ - 3 OOflS SO urnal I m CASTOR I A For Infanta and Children BAT S pari rj sm Um I Caneyvllle Ky March 10 -- The ItV Samuel Wesley Bashsm cuieot the old is and bist known nilnlsteis of the CbrUtian church in Western Kentucky died here to day at the residence ol his He was about sou Prof W II Bashatn ninety years of age and was here ou a visit aud had boen ronfiued to his room but a few days Ho was a convert of Alexauder Campbell Immediately afÂ¬ ter tinbraclDg that faith he bexan active work and was one of the pioneer preach ers of that denomination in Ihla and ad Â¬ joining counties He waa married twice Ills first wife was Miss Young who was a near relation of Jefferson Daviess ol the Southern 0 infederacy His sfcond wife and tea chlldrebsurvive him among whom are the Hon J A Baslnim ol Larue county and Prof-- W H linshaw of this place 11 Vm bom in Breckerde county this State and came from a very long lived tainlly of popIt Ills remains wljlbe Ukftn to bU Uomi at Bit Kdyt ky to morrow or taUrnwat Â¬ Sheep aud lambs Sheep 3 0OQ4 0t lauibs 4 23iiS 50 Cattle Steers 3 734 80 heifers 3 00 Ut 00 cows and bulls 2 0033 60 Cincinnati Wheat No 3 red 07c Corn No 8 mixed 3tic Oats No 2 mixed 2Uc Itye -- 84 c Lrd--- 3 -- 3 WO 00 liulk meats Cattle 3 10 Dacon Iloss hucip 3 2334 00 2 75U4 BO JClVt J 50fJ4 70 Toledo rte Wheat 81e Corn Clorcrsted 3 07 SUic Oats 2So ruitliuor fresh Duller Knuvy I Uii- - creamery 21c Kgga A bath with Cosmo Buttermilk Soap exquisitely scentod Is soothlBgand ben flclal Sold everywhere Purely Mechanical From the Chicago Nsws Tho distinguished New York chemist T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ ery of a reliable and absolute niirn for Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis ana all bronchial throat lung and chest diseases stubborn couirhs catarrhal affections geueral decline and weakness lossol Mesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ ing away will send THREE FREE HOT TLES all different of his New Discov eries to any ainicta readerol tho Bgeck- enbidqb News writing for them His New Scientific Treatment has cured thousands permanently liv Its timely use and ho considers it a simple professional duty to sulToring humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure Science daily develops new wotulers and this great chemist patiently experi- mentlng for years lias produced reeulta as beneficial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius His w sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ tion aro curable In any climate is proven by heartfelt letters of gratitude filed in his American and European laborator ies in thousands from those cured in all parts of the world Medical exports concede that bron chial chest and lung troubles lead to Consumption which uninterrupted means speedy and certain death Simply write to T A Slocum M C 98 Piue street New York giving post Â¬ ofilco and express address aud the free medicine will be promptly sent Suffer Â¬ ers should take instant advantage of hist generous proposition Pmm tell the Doctor that you saw bis ofTet Ih tbe BRBCKaxBioaK Nxws r A man asks his wife what aim has uvea doing all day and then reatla his news Â¬ paper while she U try lag to tell him YOUR FORTUNE The need of good spring medicine W almost universal and Hoods Santtparilla exactly Beta this ed B sure jo gat Hoods tSBS