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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m i mammmmmmm THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS t ALL THEX NKWS THATS FIT TO PRINT MARCH 23 1896 NO 36 Reyal make the oo4 pare wholesome aad deHclea vox txix CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY necessary on the vessel can be complet- Â¬ ed within 15 days DIDNT 4 The NEED NO TEND CHURCH President Was Too Busy With war Prepara- Â¬ tions or Conree It Uu External London March 21 Tho morning pa Â¬ pers publish a long statement by Sea Â¬ man Newman recently arrived in Eng Â¬ land who was on board tho Matno at tjie time of tho disaster in Havana har- Â¬ bor Newman solemnly declares that tho explosion was external and on the port side of tho ship VOLUNTEERS Regulars And Militia to Could many of whom aro both pretty and rasa lonable Thoy cannot bleach their hair as soino of tholr whtto sisters do and thoy do not want to crimp or ourl It The rage among them is to uto an Instrument sold hero In great numbers for tbo purpose of straightening the hair out from Its natural woolly klnklncss Tho stralghtor a colored young womah can got her hair tho happier shots WALtkhWellmax ggNQRESSfoNAr SUMMARY HAD GONE TOO FAR Indians Toughs ment Break up a Attend CONFERRED WITH CABINET Court of Inquirys Report Has Not Been Receiv- Â¬ ed -- rowder Shot and Shell Spain Pensacoln Fla March 21 Powder shot and shell continue to arrive hero in large quantities for the forts and batteries defending the harbor Three MOYE WOULD QUICKLY of the eight big mortars for the new TROOPS battery on Santa liosa Island have also arrived and they will be mounted as quickly as possible All The Available Men Are Ready For Working-- Night and Day Immediate Action Only1 a Small Bethlehem Pa March 21 The Beth Â¬ Army Required For Cuba companys ordnance Works lehem Iron Wero working for the first Sunday In the companys history Work on guns carriages and armor for the govern- Â¬ STORY A OF MAINE SURVIVOR ment was under way Tho plant Is running day and night and over 2000 hands are busy SuiokeleM Powder Arrive In the Senate Washington March 15 The allna chaplain of the senate made a touch- Â¬ ing reference In his prayer to the death of Mrs Thurston wife of Senator Thurston at Havana Washington March 16 Considera- Â¬ tion of the bill providing for a national system of quarantine was begun Washington March 17 Bills of a local character were passed Washington Senator March 18 Proctor made a report of his observa- Â¬ tions In Cuba In the House Washington March 15 Considera- Â¬ tion of the Maine relief bill to reim- Â¬ burse heirs of victims was objected to until after the postodlco appropriation bill was disposed of Washington March 16 There was a general debate on the postofflce appro- Â¬ priation bill Washington March 17 The Cuban Spanish question was duccussed In con- Â¬ nection with the postofflce appropria- Â¬ tion bill Washington March 18 The whole session was devoted to consideration of the postofflco appropriation bill Washington March 19 An amend Â¬ ment to tbe postofflce appropriation bill was adopted making It a misde- Â¬ meanor to pad the malls at the time weights are being taken to determine compensation for transportation LAW TO BE TESTED Act Extending the Election of Townihlp Truttee Involved Indianapolis March 17 A suit has been filed In the Whitley circuit court to test tho constitutionality of the act extending the election of township School Entertain- Â¬ mi POWDER bselutely Pure oyai kAuM reweta co niw yokk They Grew Tired of the Show And Then Pointed Their Revolvers In The Faces of Ydung Olrls And Made Them do Their Bidding Tery Prompt- Â¬ ly Martinsville Ind March 21 The school term at tbe Gentry schoolhose In Adams township closed and Roy Arnot the teacher gave a school exhi- Â¬ bition Among the spectators were a number of young men from a distance After an hours exercises they an- Â¬ nounced that the show had gone far enough and they proceeded to stop It They outnumbered the rest of the mon In tbe house and took charge without resistance They took off their coats and wanted to fight and on some show of resist- Â¬ ance being made displayed a large number of revolvers knucks slung shots and the like Then they amused themselves by pointing the revolvers In the faces of the small children especially the girls and Bearing them telling them to dance and so on They completely cowed the people at the schoolhouse and they got away as soon as possible While the crowd was dispersing the rufflans amused them- Â¬ selves by shooting through the win Â¬ dows and damaging the schoolhouse They were recognized and a number of prosecutions are promised New York March 21 The Norwe- Â¬ gian steamer Nordkyn which arrived from Hamburg brought 25 tons of smokeless gunpowder for the United States government Tho Nordkyn an- Â¬ chored In Gravesend bay to discharge the powder Into lighters Spaalnh Pre ProteAt Madrid March 2i El Liberal pro Â¬ tests against the authorities stopping telegrams to Spanish newspapers It characterizes such action as a useless procedure because tho Spanish press Is both prudent and patriotic At the Elawlck Work London March 21 Commander Wll lard H Bronson United States navy has gone to visit the Elswlcic works Commander Brownson Hiram Maxim and others had long conference at the United States embassy Unnaual Activity Burlington March 21 Orders which tho officers do not make public wero received at Fort Ethan Allen from for Washington and preparations movement were begun There are four troops of cavalry here WHAT THE INDICATIONS NOW ARE It is Fxpected That the Report Will be Received by the Middle of the Week And That a Couple of Days Will be Consumed in Consideration of it Washington March 21 President McKlnley did not attend church aa Is his custom hut Instead spent two hours and more In conference with several members of the cabinet Commander Clover In company with Mr Flint who has been acting for the government in the negotiations for the purchase of ships also called and they were shown into the presidents private office r fc r The members of th6 cabinet on leav- Â¬ ing the White House said there was no special significance In the meeting The report of the Maine court of Inquiry had not been received nor was It defi- Â¬ nitely known when ltwould reach here It was expected however early in the present week and as soon as re- Â¬ ceived it would be handed at once to the president and when it had been read and considered by the president It would be made public Secretory Long in speaking of the report said that while fully realizing Ha Importance the coutry in his opin- Â¬ ion would willingly accord to the pres- Â¬ ident a day or two If necessary for Its consideration The indications seerjgj be that the report will be made puunc by the middle of the present week The presence of Mr Charles It Flint gives Inference that tho president and his advisers were discussing the ques- Â¬ tion of acquiring additional ships Mr Flint whose commercial interests are largely with South American countries is believed In a measure at least to represent Chile and the Argentine re public In any negouons which are under way for the disposition of their war vessels Not Anxlou to Sell When a reporter asked Mr Flint If he could say whether or not the United States had secured possession of tho Chilian ship OHlgglns and the Argen- tine ship San Martlno he declined to make a direct statement but said Both Chile and the Argentine re- Â¬ public have the warmest friendship and admiration for ue United States and her Institutions Neither country is anxious to soil their ships to this gov- Â¬ ernment basing this indisposition on the belief that we have an excellent na Â¬ vy of our own They want these ves Â¬ If the tlmo should sels themselves come however when It was apparent that the United States needed these vessels they would gladly part wku them to us The most Interesting topic of the day was based on the dlspaicnes from Ha- Â¬ vana indicating a prospective confer- Â¬ ence between Qenerai Pando and Gen- Â¬ erals Garcia Gomez and others of tho Insurgent army for the purpose of sub- Â¬ mitting to the latter a formal offer of autonomy The basis of autonomy as outlined Jn the dispatches apparently found no credence with the officials of the Span Â¬ ish legation They stated their disbe- Â¬ lief that a conference on the proposed lines was probable and added that they had no Information qn the subject Minister Polo y Qernabe expressed the opinion hat tho report from Ha Â¬ vana was unfounded aa he said the ba Â¬ sis upon which ltwas proposed to grant autonomy was absurd No Mine Constructed with her fresh coat of white paint glis Â¬ tening in the morning sun attracted unusual attention along the water front and she was saluted by many of the vessels Projectile Ordered Pittsburg March 21 Cy Wheeler president of the Wheeler Sterling pro- Â¬ jectile works of McKeesport Pa ar- Â¬ rived In Pittsburg from Washington with signed contracts from the United States government for over 1000000 worth of projectiles of all qualities of the armor piercing kind from four inches up to 13 inches the largest Blade for use in the United States army and navy Sapectecf Ship Seted New York March 21 The ship Wil- Â¬ liam T Parker laden with guns and ammunition which are thought to have intended for the Cuban incur gcrjits been stlzed by Marshal Charles J Haubert under instructions Marshal Haubert from Washington had a long search for tho ship but he finally found her at pier No 13 East river Drooklyn Indiana Poitmatrs Indiana March 18 Washington postmasters have been appointed as Guernsey White county follows John M Ward vice WUHam F Snyder resigned Hargan Jefferson county Alexander Hall vice George Julian re- Â¬ signed St Henry Dubois county John Fisher vice Frank B Kuper remove Struck by Lightning Richmond Ind March 19 During bn hi The Black Hills range are being scoured by the the United States agents for horses suitable for the cavalry A contract has been made with ono large horse company near here to furnish 2000 horses as soon as they can he brought in from the range Negotiations are also being made by the government agent here at the post for several hun- Â¬ dred more horses from other ranches Surprise I Expressed London March 21 The Dally Mall Among many In an editorial says reasons for Great Britains comparative nonlnterest not the least Is our better knowledge of the Spaniards and their paper navy and our convicitlon that the Anglo Saxon will always defeat the Latin Indeed the trend of British thought is toward surprise that the greatest of the republics should excite itself unduly about so poor a foe Ilaoe Cuba Vint Rutland Vt March 21 Senator Proctor of Vermont has been asked by Mayor Clement and several other citi- Â¬ zens of this city to speak at a public meeting Tuesday or Wednesday even- Â¬ ing on bis recent trip to Cuba In a private letter to the pastor of the Con- Â¬ gregational church the senator said For heavens sake place Cuba first among your objects of charity at least now Terror Ordered South The monitor Terror has been ordered to leave this post and Join the squadron under com mand of Admiral Slcard at Cry Tor tugas Captain Ludlow commanding the Terror received orders from the navy department to have his vessel start for the south at once and prep- Â¬ arations are being made to have the Terror sail Sunday Crack Battejy or theArmy Galveston March 21 Battery K light artillery with four officers and 67 men Captain Dlllpnback n command reached Galveston and west into camp on the government reservation Just west of the city on the gulf beach Battery XJs the crack battery of the army aaaha full strength is four oa ccrs and 7 men fouj mjjvjam 32 tach guns and M horses Severe Pre Ceaisriblp Madrid March 21 The Increase la the severity of the press censorship Is due to a storm of contradictory reports raised by the detention of the torpedo flotilla at the Canaries and for the fa tore it Is iateadad ta prohibit all tele Â¬ grams relating to the flotilla or the gaaaral naval preparations New York March 21 VmuvIm Arrive Waaalagtoa March 21 The dyaa site eratear Yaauvrua which baa beea ordarad t have her guns repaired arÂ¬ rived at the navy yard having remain Â¬ ed at tha Iadian Head proving ground ovar aifBt It la aajwcUd tha work Fort Baying- nonet Meade S D March 21 - longing to Joseph King west of the city It was totally1 consumed with contents 500 bushels of wheat a large quantity of corn hay four horses and other live stock Not Going to Iterig n New York March 17 General Sam- Â¬ uel Thomas president of tho Chicago Indianapolis and Louisville or Mo non railroad said that a report from Indianapolis to the effct that he was about to resign the presidency of the road was untrue Double Ueaded Animal a storm lightning struck a barn beÂ¬ Special March 2 In tho event of war between Spnln and said an offiolnl of tho tho United Stntos war dopartinent It will not bo nccocsnry for this government to send a largo num- Â¬ In luy opinion ber of troops Into Cuba we should need only 6000 men or Just prusorve ordor nftcr our navy enough to had taken possession of tho chlof seaport towns It must bo romomborod thnt Cubu Is now largely dopendent upon tho United States for tho food upon whloh her peoplo live Thoy Import Amorlcan buof und oth Â¬ er supplies at Havana as vury llttlo conios In from tho country districts Let our fleets onco blookado tho port of IlQvnnn preventing tho furthor Importations of supplies nnd wo should bavo tho Island In Thoro our possession qutukjy enough would bo moro or loss disorder In tho town nnd It might bo nocossary to land n fow thousand troops to ropross violence But 6000 couplod with tho guns of our warships would do tho business It hns been said thnt If Wo jpro com- Â¬ pelled to tnko forolblo possossjon of Cuba in tho summor or hot season tho mortality would bo frightful among ountroops But I do not think this Is so Do not forget that our Amorlcan soldlors are better dis Â¬ ciplined mon than tho raw recruits of young boys which Spain hns boon pouring Into Cubn It would not bo nocessnry for us to solid to tho Island any but troops of our regular nrmy mon who know how to take euro of tbemselvos who know what camp bygleno and sanitation aro who hnvo senso enough not togorKothomsolves with green fruit In a strange country to Besldos which thoy wore unacollmatod wo hnvo n splondld hospital and modloal oorps Some lossos from yollow fovor And other fovor tbero suroly would bo but I do not bellovo thoy would bo as heavy as the lossos of tho Spanish troops have boon during tho livtt throo scars ffho ollmnte Jit Is only In of Cubn Is not unhonlthful tho largo cities like Havana and Santiago and Clonfucgos that epidemics rago And what wondor that thoy rago thorcf Tho sanitary arrangements aro about as bad as thoy can bo Back in the country espe Â¬ cially In the hills tboclltnato isi salnbrioas x WAsniNGTON protracted Illness and recent business reverses A Plowman Trophy Dlllsboro Ind March 21 George B Wilson who resides on a farm less than a mile northwest of here has In his possession a solid silver cup which was awarded him as an expert plow- Â¬ man In an agrlcultaural contest In 16 Divorce Itefuted 18 Indianapolis March Several months ago Thcophllus R Mllllson a local evangelist and charitable worker me a woman whose husband was In tbe workhouse and so much did she attract him that he paid her husband 500 as It le alleged to release her and after he and this woman secure1 divorces from their respective mates the two were married Now he Is a plaintiff for divorce having found his second union decidedly repulsive but the court held that inasmuch as ho had gone to such pains to secure the wo- Â¬ man he must abide the consequences MARKET REPORTS drain and Stock Quotation 8 For March 19 SO and healthful Quick Action Madrid March 21 Marshal Marti Â¬ When I was captain nez Capos said general of Cuba for the first tlaft I examined Into the question of land aaa coast defenses at Havana as well a at the other Cuban ports But I did Both tog lor the Interior defease of the pert asr did I think that it was the moment for doing so Ja aay caw T would not have thought of constrict- Â¬ ing bsIbm la a part frequented by so Many vessels It woala have been very eoetly work and weald have drive oaanem from that pert The San Fraaclaee Marea 21 Tha Ualt 4 Matea katUaablp Oregaa steamed aat ef Um Galaea OaU baaaa tor Cat tao when aha will reoeive ordara from fcaadqaartara whjch It hi saaareJly wa aaratooa will diract her to Join the A0 Italia squadron The big battles il-L- - Ofaa Leave Ind Mnrch 19 J Y Wi McClellan a farmer came to town with servlco I understand concludod this offlolal a lamb which had two heads and six thnt tho laino organization exists In the Only a short time ago David legs stntos militia of Uudor In Heltz In the same neighborhood had structions tho various from tho departmont they havo a double headca calf perfooted arrangements or loading every- Â¬ born on his farm thing upon tho ears within a very fow Combined the Vote tho ordor to inovo comes Indianapolis March 18 The call for hours If magnificent spcctoclo It thero will will bo a state Prohibition convention May be thnt of a hundred railway trains start the 24 and 25 has the apportionment of Ing ail about tho samo tlmo and rolling as delegates based on the combined vote fast as steam will carry thorn toward tho A few hours Inter a hundred In the last presidential election for seaboard more trains will start on tbo samo jour Â¬ Levering and for Bentley ney Andjf It should bo necessary we can keep up this hundred trains a day move Â¬ Death of Rev ISngle Indianapolis March 18 The Rev ment for a month At tbe outsot how war George B Engle is dead He was the over and through nil tho troops In my opinwould bo ion senior presbyter of the Episcopal used nonodobut trained we should evor not believe I church in the diocese of Indians He nood moro than 40000 men In tbe Hold for was ordained to the ministry in New occupation of Cuba ooast dufonso etc York in 1838 and was born in 1809 Flftoon thousand of these would bo drawn from our regular army posts and the re Â¬ Provided For 111 Wifetroops Indianapolis March 17 K John mainder from tho state mllltla to too that Another military export snld Â¬ Montzwho was once very wealthy in- ho could not see why so many poopje wero Why said sured his life for J 10000 in favor of his afraid of a war with Spain wife then went homo Immediately and ho they talk as if it wero going to bo al most as terrlblo a thing as tho wAr be shot himself through the heart tween tbo states Tbe truth Is that if one II re at PutnauvrlUe did not read tbo newspapers in no part of Putnamville Ind March 17 C E tho United States would tbo averago citi Â¬ Williams store J J Bowena residence zen dlsoover that thoro was suoh a thing Thoro would bo scares and a barber shop were burned Loss as war In progress Â¬ seaport oltlos about tbo sudden ovor JJ000 At one time tho entire vil- Â¬ in tho of n Spanish fleet upon tbo placo de pf scent lage was threatened course but that would bo about as near the uotuallty of war as our people would III With Uladder Trouble Louisville March i 21 C B Bate got It would be a short and cosy war upon tho but chairman of the PopuJIst state central We should suffer some I vonturo sea say to than 00 days committee Is seriously 111 with bladder In lesswould suo for pence Spain trouble at the Enterprise hotel in this Ue Wanted Ills Mother city Ono day lost week a colored man who was aboard tbe battleship Mnlne when she National JtHneraQuarter March 19 President was destroyed In Havana harbor arrived Indianapolis Ill onco Ratchford of the United llne Workers In Washington out to Hurt bad friends hero them headquarters lnthe Ste Â¬ and he started where they lived Bqiiot has selected ho ran knowing Juit Â¬ venson building for tho national off- against peoplo who pretended to bo bis icers friends but who were enemies In dltgulso They took him In robbed him of his pock Another Candidate etbook and then kloked him out filially 17 was an- Â¬ tho poor follow found his real friend and It Wabash Ind March nounced that Judge Dv B MCoanell when they askod this hero for tbo reports of Cass county has determined to make say ho behaved with bravery at tho critical moment how ho felt when tho explosion the race for congress In tfajs district came ho ropllod Presidential Noiiilnatlou I never wanted uiy mother so muohjla TrTftw presl Washington March my life Next day bo went to tbe navy depart dent sent to the senate the nomination kind of Perry Glasscock of Indiana to be ment where be was received withdepajrt nee In the corridor of that big consul at Baracoa Cuba meot an odd scene was wltnowwd A white hslrvd wan heard bat the colored boy had Cot Him a Leg Lafayette lad March 17 Charles been aboard the Maine when she blew up seller man and McIIugh 15 a newsboy of Cincinnati and he went up to tha him That veay u oft by a train hare threw- bU arms about forward a puHa had both legs aftwwaaa etUeas sawn while stealing a rid WMaa4 bb to reimburse Jaek Tar jtor hh maae Mas and uipleymaat was There are three Utile thinga whlafe M tmHUtor m The wave of sympathy mora Work Una my obar Hire Utile Jar Mm saar Mkrws of tha Malaa whfah thlasa amilthey are the ant tha be swap Wnmnk tba eauattywa mi all aal DeWtfa LlWUt Early Mean tbe supasllasjil of taJaaatoMd anas maavais rJipkla aaMHM HUla bila for ttoiaaeh awl Uvar aa aeVI tstUMali ps alM smMsjkg tojuMVorajLweaoo WaaMaamej taoaala iharj fc Hayoaa Auburn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I dont supposo It Is gcnorally known but tho war dopartment has made ar- Â¬ rangements by whlah all our avallnblo troops of tho regular army whoso stations aro on railway linos can bo put upon tho cars within six hours after tho ordor is given This means thnt from too Atlantic to tho Pacific wherever thoro Is an nrmy post upon a railway tho organization has been perfected so that within six hours trnlns would start from all points carry- Â¬ ing mon horses camp equipage artillery ammunition wagons hospital and modi cal corps ovcrythlng belonging to the n Â¬ trustees and township assessors front November 1898 to November 1900 Since then tho trustees throughout tho II EZ UUQIIEfl state havo determined to assist In the Mar Be Elected Sheriff Without Regard overthrow of this enactment and have to Party Affiliation secured opinions from Emery B Sel- Â¬ Versailles Ind March 21 Indirect- Â¬ McCabe of ly Governor Mount may be the causa lers of Montlcello Ind and Wllllamsport with W W Spencer of of Putting Hez Hughes In a good office this city that the law will not stand Tho accusation made by Governor tho test of Judicial inquiry Mount In charging him with being one An executive committee has also been of the lynchers of the Levi gang and appointed and a meeting will be held putting him to the trouble and expense in this city this week to arrange for of defending himself against the pros- Â¬ pressing the Whitley county case ecution of the governor not only ral- Â¬ which will be given a hearing April 6 lied the entire people of the county ta In a number of counties nominations his support but has since his acquittal have already been made without regard J3fJSe crime by Squire Craig and tho to the law but In other coiihneiTlhT famous sermon preached by Rev Mr township nominations have been post- Â¬ Lowden from the text How God De- Â¬ poned until the leaders can determine livered Hezeklah Hughes made him what is best to be done a martyr in the eyes of the public A propostlon to reward him by elect- Â¬ Pension Vor ludlanlan Washington March 18 Pensions ing him sheriff of the county without have been granted to tho following In regard to party affiliations meets with Original Thomas Johnson favor dlanlans Should this plan be carried ouL Rev national Military home Grant 6 Ru fus K Downey Irvlngton 6 Charles Mr Lowden will bt requested to preach 10 Wake II Degustus Rising Sun anoher sermon taking for his text God Hezeklah Rewarded How man S Matthews Solon 6 Edwin L 8 Hughes Spencer Richmond Additional William F Mattocks Indianapolis flO Herri Acquitted to 12 Lemuel Freeman Marlon J6 to Vernon Ind March 21 The Jury In 2 8 Qeorgo W Parsons Vlncennes the Morris bribery case after being out to 8 Supplemental Solomon Jarvls 18 hours returned a verdict of acquit- Â¬ 2 Restoration and In Â¬ tal Morris Is cashier of the First Na Â¬ Brownstown crease Gabriel M Overstreet Frank Â¬ tional bank here and with Jacob Foe 12 to 24 lin Increase Catlet F bel Jr made a loan of 55000 to the 24 17 to Samuel commissioners of Jennings county on Shaw Poston 14 to 24 William the 7th day of July dating the notes Wires Bedford Riggle New Albany 24 to 72 John given Morris nnd Foebel May 14 1897 Dixon Seymour 8 to 10 Jacob Lay The Indictments against Morris charg- Â¬ 8 to 10 Benjamin P mon Plummer ed that he had given Commissioner Qerkln Mitchell 17 to 24 Qeorgo W Beatty 50 to Influence him to consum- Â¬ Moore Mitchell 14 to 17 John Sham mate the loan back Madison 14 to 17 David Wood Plejred Uaaalng 14 to 16 Robert S Mai Noblesvllle Montpeller Ind March 18 Herbert lory Edgar 4 to 8 Samuel T Ma son of P S Stanley the 6 to 10 Francis M han Decatur 17 to 24 Reissue Stanley was strangled to death while Cook Bedford playing at banging With his smaller 17 John- C Vayman New Castle brother be was In tho barn of his father John Tlndall Lena 12 near Nottingham and saying to his Caua aa Eiploilon Watch ma bang myself companion Indianapolis March 17 There was tied a loop of a rope which was sus- Â¬ a call for the fire department from the pended from a beam of tha barn Central Indiana Insane hospital at ML around his neck and swung oS from a Jackson four miles west but all dan- Â¬ ladder ger was suppressed before the call Verdict of Not Oullly John Duffy chief could bo answered Vernon Ind March 19 Tha Jury electrician en route for the power of John S house stopped to light his pipe at tho in the sensational trial Morris cashier of the First National gas regulator house and with the Â¬ striking of a match there was tremend Â¬ bank here who was tried under an In Â¬ alleged pair ous explosion of escaping gas destroy- Â¬ dictment of bribery for ing the building and cutting off the ing of a price to one Charles 8 Batty county commissioner to use his In- Â¬ fuel supply of the state Institution Mr Duffy was badly burned but de Â¬ fluence and vote to award him a loan spite his Injuries he ran to the place of 55000 returned after 18 hours from which an alarm could be sounded deliberation a verdict of not guilty a Toll Plae Purchased Gave No Explanation March 19 The Brookvllle Ind Marlon Ind March 17 Joseph Burk left his Indiana home early in tho six Â¬ bosnl of commissioners of Frankljs ties to fight for his country He was county purchased the Harrison and never heard from since until last week Brookvllle turnpike and tha Johnson This when he wrote to a married daughter Fork turnpike 20 miles In all Hying at Indianapolis but gave no ex Â¬ frees all the toll roads In the county anij brings the total mileage built atd planation of his conduct purchased In the past nine years up to OtC Spring- Meeting Declared Â¬ Lexington Ky March 18 The Ken- 120 miles Jumped Into a Well tucky association spring meeting Aprjl a to Mar 3 has been declared oft by Wabash Ind March 21 Pulaski President Davidson He gives si hla Krleg a farmer during tha absence of his wfe took a pick pried up tha cover tnat urueuorn tnu unucn iuiu Inexpedient to conflict with Newport of a well on his farsa near Dlsko afad Jumped Into tbe water which was quta and Memphis deep He was net mlsaed for soke Will Nut Ue Uonrbou Hodgevllle Ky March 19 Froa time after the return of Mrs Xrifg the spring here at Abraham Lincolns and the body was found Seating aa all birthplace a Jug of Water was taken water by Mlsa HaUIe Speed It will ha used SateMe of Mr Paryear Instead el eaakaaagM t the chrlaUa Padaeah Ky Maraa II T HP4C- tag of thabaMlaahlB Keatoaky yaar oa at tha ettya- - leaatag saaa a a larat taaaesa daalar aad baakar After yaaVof antoM aa Marina fax bUm 1 W FaiaoH af KaHaamiMa Pa was ieWailaad wltb ataay raeteerM vm aM4 b Haiag a aiaaia box af jtaat bJmmmU aa4 aiaa aa how tc-ee - extra mess Cut meats hou lTexled bellies MiSOWc plckltd Lard dfrs 4W24c pickled bum 5 40 Pork Old mess Western steam 0O311 00 0 nif Family 10 00fttSO packed New York 00310 78c ButterMVetern dairy 12Q20c cream- Â¬ ery lMJfiOc do factory Ufcl5c Cheese small OeVic part State Urge skim Erg 233c skims taHic full State and Pennsylvania 11012c western fresh lie Wheat 1 05Hc Corn 30Vic Oats 31Vic Ilye C8Wc 10 75 8iJ8c CattleChoice 5 OUQO 10 cood 4 803 4 UOQ4 75 fair 4 00 tidy butchers 4 SO 3 004J I 10 heifers 4 50 common 3 60 40 bulls sud rows 2 003 t 10 PltUburs if fresh cows 20a50 4 05Ji4 10 IIozs Yorker mediums 4 1024 15 falr3 00 grauer 3 lCVtf3 15 heavy 4 OOft 15 rough 3 0OQ3 CO pigs 3 8033 00 4 8535 CO 4 703 good Sheep Choice fair 4 404 00 common 4 80 3 753 5 0535 80 4 20 lauib Chicago 305Q5 10 cows and Cattle Beeve 2 10Q4 45 Texas steers 3 503 heifer 4 75 western 3 DOQ5 40 stockers and feeders 3 5014 75 IIogs Llght 3 7034 10 mediums 3 70 Q3 07 heavy 4 004 10 rough 3 753 80 Bheep and Umb Choice ahcep 3 304 3 232 fair 4 2034 40 common 5 65 S 00 choice lamb 4 GO44 4 10 exports 5 CO tg Whrat Bye lOVic 1 03 Corn 28c Oats 24Kc lluffalo 4 1034 50 shipping Cattle Butchers 4 4034 C5 best steers 5 2030 40 good cows and heifers 3 5033 85 stockers and feeders 3 5034 40 4 15Q4 20 roughs comHogs Yorker 3 C033 80 mediums mon to good and 3 0OQ4 00 heavies 4 17 pigs Sheep extra 4 803 cheep and lambs 5 0035 15 common 4 05 good prime 5 7035 75 2 0033 HO choice lamb Cleveland 4 00 Xlogi Yorker and light medl 4 03 itsgs sud roughs um and heavle 40 2 7533 Sheep and lambs Sheep 3 0034 CO lambs 4 2335 50 Cattle Steers 3 0034 CO heifers 3 00 1 0033 55 3 M cows and bulls Cincinnati Corn No 2 Wheat No 2 red OUftc Oats No 2 mixed 20VC Bye mixed 31Hc Â¬ Lard 4 05 Bulk meats 5 15 Bacon -- 5 05 3 1534 00 Cattle 2 7535 00 Hpg Skeep 2 7534 50 Taleda Whtot 08V4c Corn 304c Oat 27c Bye 280 50Hc Cloverseed 53c Baltimore fresh Butter llttc Fancy creamery 21c Eggs Au- Â¬ Rockford Police Ask Louisville thorities To Hold the Man Ar rested Thursday Saturday1 Courier A telegram was received last night at police headquarters from Chief of Po- Â¬ lice A E Ilargrew of Rockford III in regard to the case of William Slaton who was arrested Thursday by Delectlyea Mafier and Sexton on a security warrant The ocal authorities believe Slatoa to be wanted at Rockford for murder and grand larceny The telegrbarn received laaf sight wai aa follows Slaton ta wanted hadly here Hold him at all events Officers will arrive in Louisville Sunday morning alter him Tkji detectives feel positive that Slaton Is wasted oa both churgfs Detective Mater says the murder which Slatoa la supposed to Jasve committed waa one of tbe koatBatarioua crimes that ever oc cared laJifiatvia The victim waa found lylBg dead ea tbe doorway one raor alng by hia asotker after be bad baea dead over six hears Slataa baa lived la Lou levilra all bU Ufa He waa aaparlataad lag the eoBetracUea of a bridge ia Roek fare far a Laalavllle arm wbea tbe aar eW aeaated Matea still pretests bis la WiusWjUHMlWTi mf saaanaim latatw jraaiijaV aaa4saauaVlWH ia01jr ajuad aUaimiaais by Ua Doat aaaajr atbara by yaw eaaajaiag aad Irak yaar W by asglnaataf a aatd Vrw ewTlTWsi Qeeiaai fJHBBaaBn Caaaa saaaaa siaiaaaVa aaaasaai aaaa 9Mft 4 Wipm aaeaatead inigp aaafr aaja saaa sevaaf p6e4 saaa taaL JJI eaaafaas ayartva laaaiiaMii aaasBs sbbbsB ASjjaa aaaaaasaBjaB Havjaal ait KFTT aaBKi - la tiHtm7ir -- t m iMriiTini mini mmr i L tM lM-Jt-- - t 4NMMBia nil- - in i in irrna ii rTi maim iTM ii MMawMaMMhMMgHMMMAMMKilMMMMHMMii Breckenridge fas D V News 23 I8V8 0 Baobsgs Edltori and ProprUtrs WEDNESDAY MARCH SIX TAUES Wah cnmls aro hovi ring over uVdark and ominous Ev rboUjr had belter be prayirg or pci The fannptuof Hardin county will old a high grade cattlu shIh nt Sunura Match 30 One thousand head f cattle will be offered for pale 1 It Ib repoiud that tiiin Joins will lee turo at iliatiilenbtiig In July the pro Â¬ ceeds to be applied to the new 0 pliana Home at tliat plnce Doth State and county flections will be held iu Indiana in November of the present year it ml tint candidates of both parties ovi r Urth ure bf tuning to g t on their war paint Tiik fanm ra of lliU ct utity am prepat liig to put out an uiusually large crop of a every gade of tobacco this season the need can now be used forsomelhing the farmer il Itnd tobacco the stud to always brli g in a little rush Tug report of the ldard of Inquiry into tiia cause of the Maine explosion If said now now to be speeding by ppei lal mussel g r to Washington and on it hinges the question of war or no war Wlietln r therej is war or not everybody will be anxious tOBee the report f the Board Watch the Nuns of ntxt week for full particulars Sknatok lnocrou gave a very distress irg account of the people in Cuba in an address before the United States Senate last week The Senator maeo a visit to Cuba and saw or himself the cond tion of the people there Senator Proclor eaiJ that outiiile of Havana there was desola tion and misery starvation and death among the people Â¬ Last week we spoke of the CommerÂ¬ cial Convention which is to meet in Louisville May 11 ami 12 Too much importance cannot be attached to this meeting by the people of Kentucky in our opinion It has in view means to be reached that will help further to develop the resources of our State It seeks to bring together from the towns and counties of tiic Slate representative business men who will lend their aid and expe- Â¬ rience in Hipgehtiig plut s to increase our business If this was a call for a politic- Â¬ al convention there would doubtless be a crowd But politics is not to be known in it There is no reason though that we shouldnt g ve some of our time and money to a ine ting of this character The people of our State have already fooled away too much cf their time in politics While they have been doing this other stateB art mid ih have out stripped us in biNiiieis and gene nl de velopm nt L t us consider these things and tryiind nieinl the past by improving the thing t of tli prvHint Â¬ Â¬ lng photographs should come fight away as I will leave on that date W J Mat tlngly it 8 Welter and J M Craig were In town lat Monday to Bee something alxii probating the will of Dr Thomas 0 Moreman deceased Mr Crag Mr Welter and Lud Moorman aro the only heirs to the estate and all the property falls to tin in qually under the will It v W B ouol bought last Mon Â¬ day at private rale for 100 the Wl 1 Meador fat m ah ut four miles from town Then was a judgement in the Circuit Court In favor o Ellliu Meadors heirs against lh property but Itev Sneed took t o land under a private contract Tntr was a large crowd out at the aae of Mr M T PateV deceased prop- Â¬ erty last Saturday Mrs Pate was tho grandmother ot i x Sherifl S A Pate and left quite a large oimectioii many f whom were pris nt at the sale 8A I ale 1b tin nlinliilarator Tiie sale con Â¬ sisted moitly of household goods Ed Shellmftn was here Monday to liaye C u ity Court open a new road from the It inner pace to Lodiburg Mr Shellumti said the new road would be four mllis nearer to Lodiburg than the eld one S line of tho land owners were present and ohj cU d to the new oaJ but we learn the matter was compromised and the road wll be opened A Henncr Superintendent of Cincin nati Conperagi Company in this division and M V Marlow the general agent of the Company wore here last Monday to set their stave dresser They think they will be ready for work by the middle of April There is a big lot of staves on the the yard near the depot and It will take many months to work them up Arth- Â¬ ur Haynep of Union Star will Superin Â¬ tend the work County Clerk 0en Cunningham re- Â¬ ceived notlco from the State Auditor last Monday to tax the Adam Exprecs Com Â¬ pany on itH franchise in this county to tho amount of 213000 for tour years past He was also directed to taxjthe Western Union Teh g aph Company on fViOOO for the same period The taxes on the two amounts will be 50 to tbe county alone It N Miller County Attorney brought suit in the County Court a short time since against the estate of Stephen McCoy deceased for five years back taxes It seems that the property had never been listed to its full value Mr McCoy in his life time was listed at 8610 After his death his estate was shown to be worth from 10 to 12000 It was this dlpcrepeucy which was the basis of the suit A compromise verdict was agreed upon that the estate should pay on 10 000 for five years back lees the assess Â¬ ment for each year The taxes recovered will be about 221 00 BRANDENBURG The St Cloud Is being rapidly repaired Mrs Agnrs Worland will spond some time In Concordia Watch out for Hardin and Wilder at Irvington on theirs ated days The poets hare paid high tribute to the new battleship Kentucky Mrs John Itadley and daughter Miss Frances are visiting relatives here The Mead j Messenger improves each week Tho youngedltor pushes hs work Modern Spain is not many degrees removed from ancient Spain and Austria The Maine explosion has becone bo -ondary consideration to Cubas lamenta Â¬ tions The Literary last Friday night wes largely attended Tho Interest doesnt lessen Mrs J fTLenls better and Mr her father teade Fullenwider will visit In Lower to Â¬ hAKDINSBURG Hid went to I ulsville MonP day There w quiet a crowd in loan aBt Monday James Miller of Kirk was in town Monday James A Tinker has moved Ills family to Iu rap Mies Avu Board has accepted the school at Krk Circuit Clerk Sherman Ball went to Louisville Monday Artistic engraving done on all kiiuld of jewelry T 0 Lewis Mr and M re John P Haswell ppent Sunday in Coverport M II Beard and wife will visit Utah about the first of April Charley Ciahman has taken a position in the Bank of fiardinsbuig John P Haswell Jr returned from Frankfort last Wednesday A pair of young work mules for sale or trade James Withers Kirk Bion Jolly has given up the deputies place in the Circuit Clerks ollice A daisy watch a regular gem g it one at almost your own price TkU Lewis Slierill Uurton has been appointed ad Â¬ ministrator o Horace Aldrights state Jonas lj ona bought 20 acres of land lying near Irvington last Monday for MI Â¬ Lucas County fBi Fhank J Cheney makes oath that lie is the senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and Statu aforesaid and that naiil firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catahrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catahrh Cuiik FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 0th day of December A1 I State of Ohio City ok Toledo 18S0 A W GLEASON KKAL Notary Public Halls 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 SaTSoM by all Druggists 75c SANDY HILL Plenty of rain and mud E B Aslcraft entered school at Irvington March 14th Sam Day has been Indisposed for some time but is much better at present Misses Luella and Mangle Cowley were in Guston shopping one day last week Supt W D Ashcraft spent a few days of last week with bis mother Mrs N O Ashcraft Messrs Albert and Eugene Ashcraft attended church at Andersonvllle last Saturday night Mis Ellzibeth Hendrlck and daughter Miss Hettie were guests of Mrs Wm Dugau last Friday night Mr Chas Simmons and wife of Ir- Â¬ vington visited Mrs Nannie Ashcraft Saturday and Sunday Miss Sallle Baskett spent several days last week as the gur st of her sister Mrs Vina Bewley of Highland Messrs Geo Wiles and W A Bewley were the guests of Misses Lula and Mat t o Ashcraft Sunday evening Itev T J Duvall filled bis regular ap pjlntment at this place third Saturday and Sunday On account of tbe inclem- Â¬ ency of the weather on Sunday the crowd was very small John Baskett who has been engaged n business in Louisville for tbe past six moLtis Is vieitlrg bis patents at this writing Julge Pulllara of Ilardlnsburg was In this community several days last week representing an insurance company J M Hcrndon and wife were in Bran Â¬ do iburg one day last week shopping and were the guests of their parents Mr arid Mrs J W Lewis Mrs Davis Young and Miss Lula Ash- Â¬ craft were in Brandenburg shopping one day last week and were guests of J It Willttt and wife Â¬ S40 Jailer GuaSUellman who lias been on the sick list for the past week Is improv- Â¬ ing I have the prettiest cheapest and best selection of watches ever olh red T 6 Lewis The County Court last Monday ordered the new road opened from Garfield to Lost Bur You have the satisfaction of getting a good article when making a purchase from mo T 0 Lewis A beautiful chronio given away with every fjur packrgs of elastic starch James Hook City Bakery Those beautiful sewing machines are going rapidly Stop and sea how cheap I am Belling them T 0 Lewis For good and prompt work on watches clocks and anything pertaining to the jewelry lino see me T C-- LmvIs All the indebtedness of Jthe county amounting to about 12000 has bean funded at a rate of four percent interest 8 A Pale bought the Ben Macy farm at the Court house door last Monday for 250 The farm ia under rent for a year Misi Maty 0 wings who has been vis Â¬ iting Miss Tula Daniel returned to her home at Wolf Creek Ky last Mon Â¬ day The od Alaneon Mooreman farm sold at the Court house door last Monday Denny Sherran Jr was tho purchaser at 1400 J A B arry awtgneo of II 0 Pierce reported to tho Cpmtty Court that be had collected 370 He was ordered to prorata attune on claim of miner i gallery ion I wil leave hw tbe ltfjlay of Apih An oiuuss want- - I caused by turpi J liver which prevents diges Â¬ tion and permits food to ferment and putrlfy In ttia utopiad TUuu follow UUzluess headache Biliousness luiomlna nervousness and If not relieved blllou fever or blood poisoning Hoods Hits ttlmulata the stomach route toe liver cure heuUclie dlzilneM km Hoods Pills TOu tots wtsssfc Mrs Wm M Ditto was In Louisville last week to s e her sister Mrs IVckon paugh Tfie Roaster in Meado Messeng r roasted a Roastei last week Turn about Is fair pay Mrs Nevitand her little daughter Miss Annie of Woodland visited Mrs It H Nevltt last week Misi Irene Dowden is in Louisville to acquaint herself with E tster novelties in the millinery line Miss Ella B Hendrlck was In town Saturday looking well and very much mproved in health Mts Jane McGehee has gone to see her little grand daughter Misi Pecken parghj of Louisville Mr and Mrs Jesse Herndon spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of Mr and Mrs J W Lewis Ministers meeting and Board of Mis sions held here this week at Baptist church beginning Thursday Mrs D M Duncan will j n Mrs II V Duncan as she returns to Cloverport from Louisville whore she will spend several days Mr R II Nevitt honored St Patricks Day by donning an up to date Emerald hued tie He couldnt And a Shamrock for a boutouuiere It makes the whole civilized world tremble to contemplate a war between Spain and tho United States It will be a sea battle the carnage will be fearful Otter Reeson and bis sster Maude of Muldraugh have entered Brandenburg Normal Miss Maude is a music pupil as well The school builds up constantly Such a set of Democrats as we do find in this our own our native State Dont talk about Tennessee Ohio or any other sister State look at the beams bifore you try to cast out tbe mote The windows of heaven have been open wide and celestial tears have fallen pro- Â¬ fusely The angels are weepli g no doubt or a nation in distres aud per- Â¬ haps for the course of a certain legislature Dont jou reckon Mr Goi bel will probably canvass Ken- Â¬ tucky in behalf of his gubernatorial in tensB It seems that he has hypnotic proper s almost i qual to Du Mauriers Svengali but he may not dominate the State like be did a Senatorial caucus A Hunter force bill didnt go neither will a Goebel on When the Republicans tried to prss their Force Bill in Congress the Demo crats had violent convulsions but they recovered and the two rings represented by Randall and Carlisle re nnlted Tbe Goebel Bill will fully harmonize the Re- Â¬ publicans in Kentucky who were dis cordant I was much inten sted in the short sketch of Archdeacon M M Benton in Sundays Courier Mr Benton served in the Confederate navy during the late It Is or should be the highest aim of war and is now a well known Episcopal clergyman of Louisville Mr Benton baa every merchant to please bis customers held services here anJ is a highly cuti and that the wide awake drug firm o Eshleuian Sterling III Is do- Â¬ vated elegant gentleman He is well Meyers ing so Is proven by the following from known In the city of Cloverport In my sixteen years I am glad bo glad the Populists have Mr Eshlemau experience in the drug business I have met and determined to keep In tbe Thpy left tbe old par- Â¬ never seen or Bold or tried a medicine that gave as good satisfaction as Cham ties from opposition i cliques rings consolidated power tte Then they berlalus Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea tried fusion it didnt work to their Remedy Sold by A R Fisher Clover Â¬ satisfaction so very sensibly they have port R A Shellman Stephensport determined to steer clear of well LODIBURGH Goebel bills for instance Capt S D Brown secretary of Rail- Â¬ O II Adkisson went to Hawesvllle road C mmisslonera at Frankfort has Monday written me that be had the Commissioner of Agriculture to send me a package Walker Board Holt spent Satutday of garden seeds which arrived in due and Suuday here time evory Kind every variety Sams Edgar Adkisson is the father of a baby letter reminded me that the last re- Â¬ girl born March 10th ceived from him was from Fort Donald Â¬ Samlbbertson left Monday for Mc son just before the battle and It remind- Â¬ Fal Mo to bo gone about four months ed me too of tbe flight of time and that Subscribe for the Biieckenridoe News our oldest children aro now much older than wo were then Sam wore the and get a paper that gives all of the Blue and is still doing service for the freslnst State and county news Nixt Sunday is preaching day at Wal government nur Grove Let everyone come out and We all thought that perhaps Kentucky might have a Democratic Governor again hi ar the now preacher Rev Liwis Prof McAvltt came ovor from Hardins but the Goebel law has brought W O Bradley gloriously into prominence again buig Friday evening and remained until and no doubt he will succeed himself Monday morning with bis father His veto message was most certainly a A nutnbor went from here to Hardlos strong document If the passage of that b uk Monday in tho luterst of the tew bill wasnt a severe blow to free silver in road leading from here to the Bruuer Kentucky I cannot think right It strikes place near Preston me bard that folks that preach the 10 to A M Hardin has sold his inten st in 1 dogmas are afraid of their own clique the store here to his brother W II not voting the theory if the ballot is free Â¬ Hardin and will turn his attontion to ly cast and fairly counted farming and the raising of what he calls Wnat the Bbkckcnbidob News said the Farmers Friend pure bred last week abqut Its county every local Plymouth Rock chickens and improved paper In the State should echo about i a cheater white swine own county Effort should be made to The road that formally led from here have every county represented to Union Star is so little traveled it is at tbe Commercial Convention In Louis-Â¬ now known as tho Union Star branch or ville if held in May It Will be in no wav creek and Bijl Hardin and Dick Hardin a political assemblage but a conference are prepared to let contracts for putting of farmers merchants ajnd business men up water g tes and tealed bids will be to consider tbe1 wants of their localities receivtd uutil Aprl 10 and to advance their prosperity Eai h county wants to bmu jwfi who can talk To Comawpttvei and talk well for Its advancement As an hoaest remedy Foleys Iloaey You better reckon the News doat and Tar does sot hold out take hopes Is down worth a cent I hear Its praises advanpi d steges but truthfully claims to sung continually It is one of the very give comfort and relief ia the very wont best papers In this part of the State and oases at d In early stage to effect a cure eveiybody kaow It Whenever a paper A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell or an Individ m M abo the average man BUpheneport Gordon 4 llaynes look out for arrows bat we all know Patesyllle K A Witt Hardloeburg Â¬ Â¬ middle-of-the-road Â¬ what prompts tile Inltolle Xtlch char Â¬ acters are clothed as It weffj with an armor of mail and can stand a fmllado to come out victor I I Be my cousin Senator Georgo Ahx ander ia quite 111 at Frankfort No won dorl Voting for tbt Goebel Bill was enogh to lay him low Who would haire thought that he could havo advocated sich an undemocratic meanire to cen powerand establish a clique which tra Is bound to be obnoxious to the penpe It Issue a nice law to unify and farthor divide tho two wlngn of Democracy Sic traticlt gloria mundi When armies are fighting on land they can retreat or surrender but so long as a ship can fliat and has a gun to fir- - she will llht An encnuutt r b tween Spain and American battltBhlps would be fero- Â¬ cious and fatal In tho extreme No won- Â¬ der our President falt rs No wonder he feels thai it will be blow for blow t v n Ifournnvyls superior He knows the havoc to our own brave men aud that death and destruction await Even the woundfd cannot be cred for In tho confusion carnnge fire and terror and yet honor must bo kept and Cubas cries heeded In Saturdays Courier of March 12th Bab descants on enthusiasm A friend of nil tie has sent in H- i- nrtlcle saying this reminds inu of mi Bab endorses enthusiasm so do I I wouldnt give a copper f ir a solid cold fhhy individual These people may go through life smoother but they dont got half the pleasure an enthusiastic woman doer I dont care for enthusiastic men not a cent but give me an enthusiastic woman Bab likes Richard Li Galliennes Prose Fancies I like his Quest of the Golden Girl He had intense ilki s and dislikes and Bab has too I have in- Â¬ tense likes aud dislikes and I woudnt give a fijt for the friendship of any man or woman who declares ho or she likes everybody It is false false as can bo Hod never made His creatures to love an unworthy object It does my soul good to cordially dislike such Bab quotes many of the sweetest passages from the Golden Girl- - I did not of course in dorse much in Galliennes strange book there was much as Bab says that was interesting beautiful He is a man that is enthusiastic without being silly usu- Â¬ ally they go together In the male per Buaslon Bab cays and she knows Tomorrow Thursday the proud States naval nam sake will be christened She is one of the most powerful battleships ever constructed aud enbodies all the latest naval ideas Her equipments make her the most formidable afloat Her sis- Â¬ ter the battleship Kearsnrge will plunge Into tbe eea shortly afterwards We of this proud state are fully appreciative and justly alive with keen emotion when we think of the Kentucky as a verita- Â¬ ble thing of life plunging with terrific power into the waters of our navy We feel our veins of patriotism tingling with renewed piide when we view in vivid imagination the fair young daughter of Kentuckys Governor elevated above the surging seething sea of upturned faces surrounded by her maids of honor all beautiful as mermaids and sea nymphs juBt arisen from the bu i waves Prouder still do we fael with our renowned pen Â¬ chant for Bourbon to know that our fair daughter will break a bottle of pure spring water over the bow of the newest boat in the navy and that the pure bubbling limpid liqiid came from Kentucky soil and rim the home of one of her greatest statesmen anl patriots Pride of tho Union we feel our State to be May her naval nameeake ever be Pride of the Deep Safe now in the arms of tbe ocean we bid her God speed in the mission of her high career Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 2 3 Where 9 Theres a Way Theres a Shoe Wn f rtr In tnnto tmiit- - wnVMSV With the ripht kind of shoes and keep your purse heavy with the smallness of our prices May be you think thats easy to do Well we dont find it so easv but we do it Well ft back our line ot shoes against an comers for steady And it matters not year satisfaction whether its a farm shoe a work I jeUoHiifiBY shoe a dress shoe a house shoe or SBSW X a street shoe The wear in every MlaiRTg pair is worth the price we charge fnl BWaMMMMaBMBBBMBBBBSMBlaaM every-day-in-the clino to walk in tTii wnlk incr is nisv or oain- - it According to the Throo from two you cant Right Threo Bays tho schoolboy from two you cant oither In dol- Â¬ lars or dividends or sarsaprilla to mako tho best sarsaparilla ox tract Tho best sarsaparilla cornea from Honduras C A and tho Dr Ayer Co practically controls tho entire product Yot others claim to bo making best sarsaparilla Thoy must bo making it out of tho remainder left after subtracting three from two But threo from two you It takes tho best sarsaparilla root best sarsaparilla without best root You only got tho best when you cant You cant mako tho eel Sarsaprilla IRVINGTON ApS We also carry a full line of Shoes at prices ranging from 75c to SI 25 That will bear inspection Have you seen some of our new which is mado wholly from tho best root imported from Honduras We have bad some rain Miss Doran of Big Spring Bpent a few days visiting Mrs Re lman Mr and Mrs Bush Guston spent Sun Â¬ day with Mr and Mrs Frank J Taylor Hanks who is engaged in insurance business was in town last week SPRING AND SUMMER - SUITS FOR MAN OR BOY -- T J Jolly braved tbo elements and came to Irvington Sunday spending the night with his son If not Why not w v fi Mrs R B McGlotblan leaves for Louisville Monday thence to Newport News to see the big ship launched Mr Nevitt was quite sick a f w da s last week but we hope bis condition is much improved and he will soon re en- Â¬ tirely well We are peased to ttate that Mr Hen derson who recently submitted to a surgical operation has returned home and is improving R M Jolly returned hom9 Wednesday night It is needless to add that some of us were much pleasad to s e him walk In again R M Jolly and wife will join a party of friends and go to the christening of the battleship Kentucky They may possibly extend the trip to Washingon and New York Miss Myra Hanks accompanied by Miss Nannie Lyddan from Webster came up a little while Monday to visit kinfolks and friends We were so pleaced to see them Â¬ Â¬ KAI K Cloverports Leading One Price Store Martindale Poultry Yaids ILLvBm USE EGGS FOR SALE aril of the following be ds Buff P Ilotlt I C I Uamet Ijght Hrahmai Blk Langihant Blk Minorcaa S S Ilamburni S C B Leghorns Eggs from any of lheaboe for Jljo lor j5 Imperial lldn duck ggi tame Imp Bronte Turkey eggi I joo per dcirn Egga shipped anwhee iafa ly and nroe but real fresh eggs shipped All orders fill d as somas receited My stock a a a good as money can buy Addreaa I J havelj CochlniIl Arrangements are being made for an Easter exercise by tbe Sunday school in the Methodist church on the afternoon of the second Sunday Particulars and programme given later If your news is not chronicled please remember that it is your fault not mine I will insert any item sent me and will be glad to do so so do not heel tato to send or mention at any time Mrp Gardnir has returned Judging from tbe frequency of her visits to Brand- Â¬ enburg we believe alio is quite partial to our sister town Turn about Is fair play We have a claim on one of the Branden- Â¬ burg representatives Louis and Edwin Jolly are dally ex pecting the arrival of a fine water spaniel from their little friend Clarke Dug in of Louisville They are planning much sport when Jen and R x stand facing each the other as rivals Little Genie Br6wn had her third birthday last Wednesday and heartily did she and little Claire enjoy the many delightful goodies prepared by loving bands for their special pleasure May she enjoy many happy returns of the day Grandma McGlotblan and Miss Lily go to Loutsyll e next week on a pleasure trip combined with business Miss Lily will take a peep at the most charming productions of tbe fashionable mlllnera and will reprodnce them in her snrlnt display which by tho way she hopes to nave tuny arranged and ready for her openlrg the first week in April Hugh Hardaway of Guston spent Sat- Â¬ urday night with our own young post- Â¬ master and Sunday morning uuder cover of umbrellas and great coats they bled them to the land of milk and honey Two such determind young Loch Invars certainly should be rewarded and we take this opportunity of giving a hint to tbb wis J Sunday Bro tiessoa preached two fine Sermons Â¬ MUSMHMAIITIN Box 38 Greenville K- - Pp RANTS HOUSE READY MIXED INDEX LOUISVILLE KY CENTRAL PAINT AND RAILWAY SUPPLY CO Incorporated For sale by PAYNE it Co Agents Cloverport Ky wishes ot the whole ommunlty accom- Â¬ pany him to bis new home Tblr town is to havo another general Peach trees are in bloom store shortly and then the man that did Postures are looking nice not come here is going to regret it Mrs Anna Jordan la quite sick It is quite probable that a man will Where is the ground bog man open out here shortly with a full line of We should have a Spring school eaddlec harnese o and it will be u success Joe Claycomb came home Saturday Mrs Mary Ann Whlttinchill II L Kurtz was in Louisville last after a ylsit of severalweeks to her niece Mrs week Mrs T Q Jordan has been sick for W G Jordan returned to Owensboro Sunday several days Scott Morton has mi ved ou the Mar Scott Morton bought two work horses tin McGlotblan farm near here We In Louisville last week welcome Mr Morton and family into our James Sklllman ot Cloverport came commuulty up and returned on Sunday We are glal to note a probability df a Esther Hall will attend the Hall Payne coalition with the United States andGreat nuptials at Cloverport this week R Eskridge of Dloomlngon Ind vis Â¬ Britain These great christian nations should unite in the present crlele and In ited Mrs G Jordan last week the future they should be a unit In di- Â¬ Our clever agent J O Kurlzhas once recting the couts of the nations of the more assumed full charge of the depot earth for the sake of humanity and the Mr Drane ot Hudson was here last advancement of Christianity Week prospecting for a business location I F Beard bought a farm near here Miss Eflle West of Harnud is visiting a few years ago for 76 on long time and her aunt Mrs J V St Clair this week the general opinion seemed to prevail Seeds of all kinds that were put Into that the farm ws worthless But last tbe grouud latt week came up unusually year with noaselstance Mr Beard cleared 150 on tobacco besides having other soon crops in proportion Within a few years Harry 8tewarts house is nearlng com Â¬ Mr Beard could go into the banking pletion and he will move Into it in a lraolnesa but he says be will remain ou iuw wee as tbefarmaalt Is equally profitable and Sam Dugan and wife of Drandenburg more to his taste visited Mrs W O Claycomb Saturday and 8unday eur4atbMMWlbIJIIIaatw otp4laiMks4ftU- -Old farmers exprea themselves that they never saw wbeat look mart Tmmt lng at this season of the year t Mrs Aaron Norton of Garfteld reÂ¬ turned home laet week after a vWt of U roar bMllfc Tonrhiippliiesa la jour wnotilk several wet ks to her daHftbter Mrs W KmpUm flul HJ Thrut clear tuihMlkf WEBSTER dyHe announced notwithstanding the v Sam rainy that R will dedicate the Methodist church on Saturday the second day of July It Is a long time off but Bro Ileeeon evidently wants to give tbe people plenty of time to prepare lor the event not only in one sense of the word but la the all Important Â¬ Jones On tbe morning of Feb 20 1805 1 wm sick with rheumatlna aad lay in bod uatll May 21rt whea I got a bottle o Ohamberlalaa Pala Balw Tbfcflret ap plteutloa of it relieved ealwWatIrely from tbe mIb and tbe eeeead affani Botnpiete reuei jb a won tine I was ablelobe up and about again A T T MiCoy Mobraux Luverne Minn Sold by A Wathen B one of oju RFWierOtovwportaad K A Shell b at and bright boj left laet Sandky man Htepbeoaport lor fit LouU to Uk a position TU riUIVI IfUWS Jrui YOUR FORTUNE WtmVTVAltttiZMT iTWtatm Hdr bt mm ramaus ia a A -- A see Breckenridge V t Iu fH jRmoKNmj3om H1VA Â¬ News 23 1898 EDSKTAY MAROII KENTUCKY IV i WA i ri e-- rGave Martyrs To the Early Cuban Cause COLCRITTENDEN WITH LOPEZ He Arid Fifty Bravfe Comrades C ni Shot n C11 Soldiers w Uv LAST LETTER TO A FRIEND Courier Tournil A soldier six years a hero all his life Col Crittenden died a heroic death at the hands of Spanish soldiers after be with a few adventurous Americans un Â¬ der Gen Narciso Lop z and his follow- Â¬ ing of dark skinned patriots had fought a brief and ineffectual war for the inde Â¬ pendence of Cuba forty seven years ago It was after fifty of his comrades among them some other Kentuckians that he was commanded to kneel to be shot Beats The Klondike An American kneels only to his God Mr A C Thomas of Marysville Tex was the and always faces his enemy has found a more valuable discovery answer he gave to the command the an- - than has yet b en made in the Klondike swerof a ICntuckiaa as well as an For years he suffered untold agny from American consumption accompanied by hemorrh- Â¬ He was a brother of Goy T T Criiten-dt-- n ages and was absolutely cured by Dr of Missouri and selected the life of Kings New Discovery for consumption a Boldler lie was graduated from Wtfet coughs and colds He declares that gold Point iu 1845 and immediately took up is of little value in comparison with this arms in the Mexican war- having the marvelous cure would have it even if rank of Lieutenant under Gen Taylor hundred dollars dom plants her aUndardon the land that enshrines tiie patriotic martyr the name of Crittenden will loom Immortal If Imperlshablo fame in the cause of hu manity ho worth dying for then should your brothers destiny be not too deeply deplortd by those who love him The ways of providence are mysterious and we are not always the best judges of good and evil Duty if not friendship would not have permitted me to leave the grave of my w oi thy unfoilunato countrjmon in a strange land without some token of memory to the iltad which should serve a threatenli g I glit on the distant hori ion to want devils incarnate of a coming storm of retributive vengeance that shall sweep away di spoilt m aid make that beautiful island the home of the free while it is the tomb of the brave The little monument placed in the grass upon the spot where your noble brother fell was a pedestal and pyramid Sacred to of white marble inscribed the memory of Crittenden aud his gal- Â¬ lant compatriots lis ceremonial shielded by an umbrella I row the eye of a hostile sentinel was necessarily brief Soveral friends visited it and it escaped observation five days when I embarked from Havana having remained sufficient time for its lrrage and sentiment to be rt flirted over the island and lift up the spirit of all who hoped for freedom A brother Virginian Dr Daniel Loudon of Richmond on my invitation accom- Â¬ panied me to Fort Atares and with true American foellng witnessed the mourn- Â¬ ful tribute to our cquntrymen IMPORTANT CAPTURE Prank Morris Bagged While in the Act of Making Queer Money Caught Dead to Right By Officers Ashby and flyrlck atPellvllle Hancock County His Specimens Were Such as Would Pool Anybody Out An Expert IS NOW IN 0WENSB0R0 JAIL Owcnsboro Messenger years service and when the war was over ho moved to New Orleans A soldier by birth and education young Crittenden could not long follow the quieter walks of life The cause of the Cubans as represented by Gen Lo piz appealed strongly to Crittendens idea of justico and war spirit so thai when the Cuban patriot visited New1 O leans he was not long in enlisting the sympathies of Crittenden and a company Kentucky contributed of Americans some of these daring young soldiers Among them were Will Hite and T W Andrew both of Louisville and Frtd Sevier of Itusselville Few lived to tell the horrible tale of the little bands hard Â¬ ships and sufferings Hite and Andrews came back and died in Louisville Seviers was one of the adventurous spirits who was shot with their leader Col Critten- Â¬ den The last Mt r over written by Col Crittenden telling the story of his cap- Â¬ ture is still in the possession of ex Gov T T Crittenden his brother It was written to Dr Lucien Hensley of New Orleans who was his close friend and is it lie distinguished himself during his two Asthma Bronchitis and all throat and cost a a bottle lung affections are positively cured by Dr Kings New Djscovery for consump- Â¬ tion Trial bottles free at Short Hay nes drug store Regular sza 50 cents and 100 Guaranteed to cure or price refunded Hearty Handclasps For Jories JoumL Who does not know Alex W Jones chief clerk of the Willard Hotel Jones of the Prfferlan beard and kindly eyes who has for so many years ministered to the wants of Kentuckians and others who have visited the hotel at the corner of Center and Jefferson streets who was actually born in a hotel his father before him having been a landlord and who has lived and worked in hotels all his life What stories be can tell of famous politicians and lawyers who have made his acquaintance across the hotel register I Mr Jones is undoubtedly the best known hotel clerk in Kentucky and it is for this reason that bis friends will shower him with cougraulationsand good wish- Â¬ es when they hear that he will celebrate on March 24 the twenty fifth aunlveisary of his induction into the hotel business of Louisville The thousands of Ken- Â¬ tuckians who have stopped at the Wil- Â¬ lard Hotel always a favorite resort for politicians business men and farmers remember the many courtesies extended to them by Mr Jones who is always affa bio genial and polite and they will Join in good wishes for his continued good health and prosperity Yes said Mr Jones last night when asked about the important event shall have been in the hotel business in Louisville twenty five years March 24 next Before I came to Louisville I was quite familiar with the hotel business as I was born in a hotel owned in Har dinsburg Breckenridge county I was reared in the hotel and when I was cix teen years old I came to Louisville and began to clerk in the old hotel kept by Mr J B Alexander at Eighth and Main streets There I staid utyll 1870 when the building burned down and we moved to Seventh and Maiket streetsi and afterward iu 1883 the year the Lou- Â¬ isville Exposition opened came to thi Willard Hotel which was known as A- Â¬ lexanders Hotel In December 1800 Mr Alexander left this Hotel and went back to Seventh and Market streets The stockholders appointed Mr W It Logan manager and he changed the name of the hotel to the Willard The hotel had been built years before remodeled sever Â¬ al times and for a while was known as the Croghan House Col W O Whipps was the first manager the old Willard had In 1802 when the present man- Â¬ ager Mr W S Miller took charge I was retained aud have been here ever since In the past fifteen years I have been sick not once beyond headaches and such slight ailment I attribute my good health to my regular habits as I have a n gular schedule for sleeping eat Â¬ ing working exerrise and amusement Mr Jones Is remembered by most of his friends as a tall rather stout man with a full face and lonj beard almost black in color This beard he has worn for ten years pat and by it he Is some Â¬ time recognlid He is one of the most t lflclent and jtollte hotel clerk to be found in this or any other State I From the Courler as follows Ship cf war Epferarm Aug 18 1851 Dear Lucien In half an hour I with fifty others am to be shot We were taken prisoners yesterday We were in small boats Gen Lopez having separated the rest of the command from me I had with me about 100 and was attacked by two battalions of infantry and one company of horses The odds were too great and strange to tell I was furnished with a single musket cartridge Lopez1 did not get any artillery I have not the heart to write any of my family If the truth ever comes out yon will find I did my duty and have perfect confi leuce of every man with me We had retired from the field were gilng to sea aud were overtaken by the Spanish steamer My ilebanro and captured people were ontirely surrounded on every side VVe saw that we had been deceived grossly and were making for the Unit d Slates when taken When I was attacked Loptz was only three miles off If he had not bien dti ceiving us as to the state of things he would have fallen back with his forces and made fight instead of which ho marched on immediately to the interior I am requested to get you to tell Mr1 Qreen of the custom house that bis brother shares my fate Kert is also with me Also Stanford 1 recollect nd othorsof your acquaintance at present I will die like a man My heart has not failed me yet nor do I believe it will Communicate with my family This is an incoherent letter but the circumstances must excuse it My hands are swdllen to double their thickness resulting from having been too tightly corded for the last 18 hours Write to John and let him write to my mother lam afraid the nrwa will break her heart- My heart beats warmly for her My love to all ay now Farewell friends Yours strong in heart W L CHirreNDKK days after the execution of Swe Col Critlendoa and his folio vers a tntfd est marble monument was erected iu re That raerabrance of their bravery monument no longer stands and It is said that the memento was treated with the same sivjadUetru4ive contempt as the bodies of the poor fellows who fell Jn their clutches Tb story of how the little monument Ed eM to be erected is told by Mr who Ward JtetiiHMt Smith a VirgiBlan paid th w irk of respect to CrltttdH sad his comrades The story is told Ib a tUr to ex Uov Crittenden and la part U as fallows I bays known ywr ditUngvlelied i It wittier mK Um but wall and to know ikica waa te adwiM Ulm Kwiilou of aa lashUfimsnt splendid wag aanlwons pad Mt HWaUy aawri the eat and Striking th Qhalna of tyranny Um La of Ctaba dslnln intrlniputnt fays of so law national or international rc- Ofulaad by tha spirit of his own IrW npoatry ho Ml gloiiootly Wbon frao - Frank Morris a counterfeiter was rested by Detective John M Ashby and officer Myrick at his home about a mile aud a half from Pellvllle Hancock coun- Â¬ ty last night who brought him to Owens boro and lodged him in jail About three weeks ago Detective Ash by received direct information to the effect that Morris was making counter- Â¬ feit nickels half dollars and dollars and be at once went to work to procure evi- Â¬ dences of it which would result In M6r On ria conviction after his arrest Tuesday a gentleman brought to Mr Ashby two counterfeit half dollars which he said were made by Morris on Mobday night and this gentleman agreed to take the officer to Morris homo on any night he would go to Fellville A warrant was taken out before United United States Commissioner EdM Bell and Mr Ashby went to Louisville Tues- Â¬ day night to have it approved br United States District Attorney Hill but Hill was not at home and Mr Ashby re- Â¬ turned to Owensboro Wednesday and took out a state warrant Taking officer Myrick he left Thursday afternoon for Pellvillp which place they reached at G oclock There they were met by the gentleman who piloted them to Morris house When they approached the house a dog ran out after them and Mor ris came out They hid until he re- Â¬ turned into the house and then slipped up again Ibey found a knot hole through which they could see into the room where Morris was at work and they saw him make several pieces of the bogus coin They opened the door and stepped in on him with guns drawn and a command to raise his hands which ho Well you did with the exclamation have caught me havent you I The officers brought him to Owehsb6r6 arriving here at about 130 last night They captured the moulds with which ho made his nickels and half dollars and several pieces of the counterfeit coin all of which were lying on tho table where he was at work when the officers went in on him They also brought along some of the metal he Used It is a mix ture of lead and glass and when coined lookes very much like silver The molds are made of plaster parts and are very neat pieces of workmanship The couri terfelta are very clumsy excepting the dollars which are true enough to the genuine to deceive most any person who is not a coin expert Morris bad been very fortubate in ea- caplng detection as long as he has as Mrt Ashby says he has been at the business between two and three years He would not talk about the matter after his arrest but said enough to implicate others one of whom is a negro Morris is about thirty years of age 1b married and besides his wife has four children He is a man of no giod stand Â¬ ing in the community in which be reJ sides and that he has bjen counterfeit Ing for quite a while was known to several in the locality but they were afraid to inforom oil him fearing the deb perate character cf the man Two warrants wero taken out against Morris under tho Btate laws One of them is for counterfeiting and passing forged coins punishable by imprison inent in the penitentiary from five to fifteen years and the other for having counterfeiting tools in his possession1 puuishabie by imprisonment in tbepeu iteutlary from one to Ave years The Ban may Buine brightly and the birds may sing their sweetest songs but if your stomach is not right there is no happi ness for you Keep a bottle of Dr Cald- Â¬ wells Syrup Pepsin in the house and uso it according to directions and the sun and birds will not shine in vain Constipation and indigestion cured and in 60e- and Trial sin 10c 10 doe II 00 bottles Of Cbs C Martin ar- Â¬ ijaiMuwmMuimuf sgrawini nniwmMiij the wants not of ono locality but of all localities The products of Kentucky are varied She lias a soil of Infinite variety Proba Â¬ bly not ono of the forty five States has within itself so many natural resources Its hidden wealth needs to hi touched by those twin forces of modern civilization 6rgahlzaton and capital The Brgcken RicoK Nrws in referring to this conven- Â¬ tion says Breckenrlrgs county is a large producer Of raw materials What she needs how is an element that can fake these raw materials and convert them into the finished product The States south of lis are fast catching on to this idea They aro building cotton mills to manu Â¬ facture their cotton iron furnaces to utilize their Iron ore and why not- - Kerf tucky and Breckenridge county have to- Â¬ bacco manufactories planing mills and pork houses The idea is to not let a poudd of the raw material go out In Its raw state This thing Is done In other States why not here In Kentucky in Breckenridge county There is not one of the Southern States that has beenso indifferent to matters of this kind in the past five or six years as We have thrown all of has Kentucky our energy Into political channels j it is time now for us to subordinate politics to business and bring our commerce at least to a position of equality with our political concerns What the Breckknridoe News says about Breckenridge county every local paper In the State should say about its own county Eflort should be made to have every county represented by meri who can speak of its present condition aud speak for its futtire advancement The formal call has bot yet been issued but the gentlemen In charge expect to publish it next week with a list of signa- Â¬ tures that will at once command the- at tention of the State Â¬ - OkOVmitFOHT KV LOUIBVILLK d Market hUTTKn Reports lJ14 21 1CI8 KOOS Choice country Elgin Creamery Fresh 8 rouiTBT Hens per lb Spring chickens per lb Durks young per Ib Turkej g live Geese per dozen cottok- Good middling Middling FIELD SEED 000 0800 0I0 0 OOOaSOO 010 6i 1 am DRUGGISTS MIsH iilTill 2550 I flDWLUlfiLl llUAnAflllStSU to cere aaTraseoreointlpiHon Caicarrts are the Id Ijiis tlTftrrrlporrrlpbutreitiitnrilrolts Ssnc CTVU tIMn HVII IllV f fl rltUavfl Blnntr1 Tn f U lwwklA hu Kt TnrV 10 f icolv kA m CATnABTIC CURE CONSTIPATION mixTmwrvmmvi mtltiJBr 1 mmA A HII II HI HI Timothy per bushel i Clover per bushel Crimson clover per bushel Red Top per bushel Orchard Grara per bushel Bluegrass fancy per bushel Timothy No 1 Timothy No 2 Good bright straw No 2 Mixed No 2 White HAYGR1IM FEED 35 3 25 2 60 45 1 15al20 85 i 41 0 OOiOSO 8 00a8 50 4 O0a4 60 CORK at Morel OATS 31 0031J j 31 30 JOHNSON No 2 White No 3 White No 2 mixed O its No 3 mixed Oats WHEAT iimsiiiir mlinii SS - loUISYILLE Y - jimsm 28 US No 2 Long Berry wo 2 KeU RYE 08 18 No 3 No 2 Western FLOUR 0J 53 i TOOTH 1 i I 9 ECONOMY It costs far 1 High Grade Patent Straight Patent Low Grades MISCELLANEOUS 5 GSaOOO 5 00 435a4G0 1 10 A tooth may decay for years before it acbea t m m Salt 7 bu bbl N O Molasses Sorghum Sugar gran per cwt Lime per bbl 3038 7075 5 25a5 38 80 2830 less both in money and discomfort to take care of small cavi- Â¬ ties than large ones Come any time and have your teeth ex amlned No charge for It Wo will bo at Irvington on Wed Â¬ nesday and Thursday after the fourth Monday of each month j f ThatTirsd Feeling Overcomes us when inferior preparations ore recommended by unscrupulous1 deal era Just as good as Foleys Honey and Tar Cough Syrup when we know the uniqualed merits of this great medicine A It Fisher Cloverport R A Shell- man Stephensport i Gordon Haynes Patesvllle E A Witt Hardinsburg Cementperbbl rOTATOES Sweet por barrel Irish per barrel new 200a2 25 85 2 50a2 75 HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg ONIONS Per barrel BACON Shoulders Clear rib sides Clear sides Sugar cured hams Lard in tierces No 1 creen salted per lb No 2 green salted per lb No l dry mm per lb No 2 dry flint per lb wo i dry salted per id No 2 dry salted per lb WOOL HIDES 5Gl 01 8jp 500 CU ROCKPORT HARDIN COUNTY Elk abclhtown News 01703 Mr Will Hart of Nelson county near Bardstown has been in our midst S O Mossbarger bought of John Fish er last week a house and lot also the store bouse in which Hampton Scott of Vine Giove have a branch store Sixteen Nicholasville girls from 10 to 20 years of age have formed a military command and will volunteer for service in Cuba in the event of war with Spain They call themselves1 Maine Avengura and say they mean business They rep resent the best families in Jessamine county Mr John Graham of Leitcbfleld was in town Mdnday on legal business lie says that his town wjll rbe improved by the firs as all of the burnt district will be built up with1 handsome brick houses and that there has been an advance of fifty per cent in town lots so great is the demand for desirable locations Mr George Stitb of Garnettsville while looking over some old papers re- Â¬ cently found among tbem a map of Fort Erie and a short description of the bat- Â¬ tle there drawn and written iu 1813 by bis grandfather George Howard who was a Lieutenant in the American army The map shows the position of all the different regiments fortifications etc Mr John Fisher of Stlthton was huri last Friday while hauling wood near his home The wagon ran over a stump throwing him off in tiont cf the wheel It drayged him a short distance the wag Â¬ on running against a log tho horses stopped The wheel remained on his body for about half an hour stopping1 circulation in his lower limbs We are glad to say however that he received no serious injury and is graduay Improve Â¬ 15I5J 13 i7m in 8fl SAW WORKS ROCKPORT IND Always Aki For Fine Sn Repairing Unwashed per lb Burry black and cptted Good tub washed per lb Sheep skins Lambskins FEiTIIEIlB 1020 1415 Not One Complaint in Past Ycnr of Our Work The many letters of high praise of our that we are ahead of others Hammering large circular Bawa is our specialty and saws that others have failed on If you want satisfaction on work and prices wo guarantee it Address work is evidence 30031 25050 20035 33033 28030 12020 20022 30 05 Prime white goose per lb Good white old goose per lb Dark and mfxed old per lb ROOTJ SenecaSnake Yellow Wild Ginger fibre offu Wild Ginger fibre on Lady Slipper May Apple MISCELLANEOUS Rockport Saw Works Rockport Ind 03005 3J04 05 Tallow per lb 303 Prime beeswax per lb 2i24 2 40a270 lb Prime ginseng per Dried apples per lb 303 Driod peaches halves per lb il2M Black skunk No FURS 1 cased A Dutschke WITH Son CO I BUCKNER 313310 TOBACCO WAREHOUSE INCORPOXATZDI Short stripe skunk Long stripe skunk White skunk Raccoon No 1 large Mink No 1 large cased Grey foxNo 1 large cased Rd fox No 11 large casad large cased Muskrat No Opossum No 1 large cased Wild cat No 1 large cased House cat No 1 large cased Otter No 1 large cased Beaver No 1 larg cased 00070 30040 20025 10 Chnpol Stroot not Main and Markot ond 2 10220 Tenth Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 4 00a700 00005 75000 65005 75000 10015 07012 10020 05015 Special Attention Four Months Storage Free Given to Private Sales J Independent Warehouse Mark your hogsheads BUCKNR TOBACCO WARIIOUSE 300j500 DR DAVIS nmiiftirimfl Air A QUICK IN ACTION ftaF bTaBBliEj ABSOLUTELY GUAR ANTEED TO CURE ALL DEKK 250000 CURED - IflDNEVTADLErS ARE THE FORMS OF Nrw ntn KIDNEY LMR nrrj - Drurrt DISEASES IDNEXSLlYtR 11 IDEAL REMEDY NEVER FAIL TO ire The Leading Specialists of America 20 YtAflS IN OHIO moAir BYiii nsiiririiSTSon GIVE SATISFACTION The Dcvelepmentof Kentucky UrMIIIe Free Fills Send your address to II E Buckles A Co Chicago and get a free sample box of Dr Kings New Life Filk A trial will confine you of merits These pills are easy In action and are particular- Â¬ ly effective In the cure of Constipation thlr ek Head For Materia and Iivr troabtss Miey have bean proved They are guaranteed te be iavalaW nsfiaetly free from avwy hU stiinsn and to W sandy TigiteUa They do o wAftkoa by Uwkr aatfM bni by giving tone to ntomncliand bowels great ly Invigorata tlMr nyst Regular sise afcrpor boV 8oMy Mtott k Haynes and d4tries -- The suggestion that the people of Ken- Â¬ tucky bold In Louisville In May aConj merclal Convention has met with hearty indorsement throughout the State and the formal call will probably be lawetl next week It Is proposed to hold thl convention Wednesday and Thursday May 1L anlH 12 This will brin the dlaaMtMite day of the Mttateil Louisville the Festival and keen them a day longer Theie lea general recognition amongt He thoughtful bmb of the State of the ItatftlWr ArftlM weessUy for some movement In Ken The Bsor 8lyk In th world loi Cots tueky to put Ute State In proper reUttoB Fe- to oUior commercial eemmimlUssi tbtt yer OpfUmtmmVblU wrreuud n and to seenre foriKentusMv Ma4Qora4ralWgk1nlrBiBnt share of that aomlrig prosperity j moijiif and pootttfcly odrw-lW--which so ardently hoped for is not to bo hriuty way qiiirod It U gttarantoed to giro pwriaot This convention WVBPvnjiVt A MiB saP oTlnGanalknan0 a political meeting It U to be- a aonfy pm bos Ion bui av abort of msftihanta iaraMM and boatHsjai onoe to ottotalry oi tho a - lot lt - Elizibethtown will have quite a build ing boom this spring- - Mr Hardin Jones WECURE EMISSIONS will put up a handsome store room on TJnllitttir nut Kn mnrrt itemhrallllnfr ta young- or middle aged men than the prttr his lot on Main Cross street next to the enoa or mora nujiuiy iomsf iocj express office The building will be for of dlmuit and a whole train of imptomi ty eight feet front and a hundred feet IQey unui n man xor uuiiul vh wrricu No matter deep- - Mr John Woelpert will erect life and toclal htprdnepi whether caused by ovll habits la youth three handsome brick store rooms on his natural weaknei or leiual excelled our New Method Treatment will ioiltlvely lot opposite the post office and Mr R curoyuu B Park will likely build a brick hotel NO CURE NO PAY where the old Arbor Housa was Reader vuu need licln Early abuio or burned later excetiej may have weakened you Ktouro mar haro tltseateil you You Mr R S Wortham died Thursday aro not fjfo till rurtd Our Newilethod will euro you You run no mm night atWhlte Mills of pneumonia and jaoadictt after a brief illness He was a CURED fine man and enjoyed the esteem and Vontif Man You are rale feeble and hacgnnl licrvotu irrltablo and ex- confidence of a laig t circle of acquain- Â¬ Giiuio xoi Dcoomo rorgciiui iiiorvio and doiKndontr blotches and jdmplei tances and bis death is a sorrow to al tupkeu oyc wrinkled face stooping who knew him He was f arty flve j ears form and tlawncint eounttnanco roreai too bjlgut cf your existence old and leaves a wife and several children Mr W or tiiaraoTedHO Mercer county WECURE VARICOCELE Vniilt lit rerlnnf vrmr easo mar about a yeartigo and wast on a visit to be or linw lonjr you may hare had it our his fathVr at White Mlllcfiwhen lo was NfcW MirillOl iUKATMKNT will euro l Tho wormy yolns return to taken it I A normal condition and hence tho their sexual nrcuns roccWo proper nourish At tlioVpreaeWra parlory Ioulsville ment ilio organs uoeouia viiauseu an unnnturnl drain or Ijso oeaio and March 10hin the presence ota num Â¬ manly ikwcm return no ternjiorary lAniflt nut n tArinnnvnt euro allure ber oMntiftMUrfrUudsVMr llL Brooks Nl NO CUltl JAV IjO piKHA formerly of LaRue county- - watt married NO 1KTN TION NIVL WAHY if noli DUS1NESS to MtaSallle Wainold daughters Hotf iion Georgo S and ftJarlWarfibld After the CURES GUARANTEED cereraofyallrepakedto the boine of Wo treat and euro niriiiijiB IMlOTKNOY OTHKT UMIkiHlONrl the bride wfcrt tnany friends and a J UlIMmWllll V AimfUll IK HUMI LU NAll tOBWISlJ UliAlilJKIl ArVD KHJ- Numerous sumptuouefeupeerxawaited handsome presents woretpMMfited- to JIUUUH iMIKti VKAAUBO FJIKK If unable tnrll write MOBKltATK JUS urMeawTgrootn ana wre greeted W fnY a qfli BTION UIANK for llOMK rilEATAIKNT shower of congratulations and warm wJefeeo forUielr future Maythelr joftoMytfcreBgti Hi together a verat thdooVwlthappiiNMteBdrKreeeMr 122 W FOURTH ST imWssswsw3 SEND FOR FREFBOOKUr DRNCDAVIS INDIANAPOLIS IND H C BRUNBR SON prteo Commission Merchant Theoldestnd besrproduco house in Louisville Prompt to remit and roturn empties Wc solicit tho shipments of all country Merchants 50000 327 Second Street LOUISVILLE KY Telephone 9 WILLARD W S MILLER HOTEL Jr Hgr Rates 200 and 250 Best House in Louisville IssssssssssssHfll Kit 1 11 lHP HL Kennedys Kergan OIMOIHMATI iliIUrshJtaWm KVmtj or if iTiiWif IiWit IU1 o lil The luteal Hclite ndBmarilBfr incl- dent to Uwm umiw w tntaativ aiiayou by apclyls CiMiiMMiiuB Eye and fikia CMiitiiot Maav very bad cwtea hava bywi prwaotly cred by it It M uairy wacWfttoriMingiMteau a larortth rvjitif for ton nlpr4e osMMMd YtmoAi cWlWalB4f MM MTMH sOTC F twmmuf I Ml Tetter Salr niioum aB4ECH hr IK YOU TRAVEL frot bit uus bad and m Jntwt aoriad WhB ia ooadlttoa ToHier Wwft tmrlfltr Twrmlfng - titer met food but TiM mMUfiiuaMdttttbart 1 w to pot Prtoa kom in wtaM oootUttoo tj t Hj XJKM VJKLinm - - ME BH3eStOKKNRIXOm post Olll en are closed This custom is so general that a recent nnrubor of the Mt xlcan Herald contained an editorial WEDNESDAY MAUOII 21 lfiflS on the subject In which the ground was taken that many American tourist would not be able to supply their wants then fore one set of clerks after another might to be snt to dinner and tho stores kept open all day They might bo educated lo this point in sixty or seventy yearr hut I doubt It Nornattorin what direction onu tarns he will meet Indians It has been said that there are no good Indiana except dead Indians The Indians of Mexico seem to be exceptions to the above rule They are quiet industrious well behaved Egyptian Carving Wood- and virtuous They do go in swimmingÂ¬ with men all nude but they do not consider that an immodtst act so loDg as the en Models men do not complain I f jrhear to criti- Â¬ cise The womens dress consist of a chemise which gives them a decided decotctte appearauce and about three A LAND OLDER THAN HISTORY yards of goods wound around in the form of a skirt and tied with a red sash at tho waist nothing more But the crowning How The Peons Couduct Their beauty of tho Indian women is their arms I have stayed in the park for hours at a time for no purpose but to see Funerals the b autiful arms of the noble female red man I heard a callow youth Bay one day If them arms were cUd The Wonderful Beauty of An Indian dam if I wouldnt liko to be hugged to A hoary headed sinner Womans Arm Wins our Cor- Â¬ death by em sltiirg by merrily remarked Now youre respondents Admiration JJKW8 OL1OYERJPORT KY and find large quantlea ot bogs deposited between the blade and stalk Columbus and Richard Black have purchased the farm of Ellis Robards the latter having taken pnss salon Mr Rob bards has gone to McDanlels to look after tho interests of his saw mill Mr Editor desire to express my heart felt thanks for your patience nnd for UMtranci with me and will be more thankful for the par you may allow Ibis Loiiiiiiuiilcailoii aud I promise to retire nra season Mr Kirk you nay yon are a free silver Democrat The position you take and tho false statements you make I take you to be a surreptitious and uncompro Â¬ mising crank In what sense are you for freeellyer Free means to glvo not ex pecting anything In return You advo cate free silver and say you defy any Republican to show you or any party that proposes to coin silver independent of the support of the government You contradict your own doctrine for you say you want free coinage If I make a plow and give it to you I surrender the right of property I have in that plow So it is with tills government when it issues or coins money free it surrenders its right No govern of property In that money ment ever had free sliver The Repub- Â¬ lican party or no other party ever advo- Â¬ cated such a theory It is an imposition nnd a fraud on the face of It It is done to mislead the honest sons of toll One more word in resard to the reckless and unfcrupulous charge you make on the act of 1873 A fair and honest investiga- Â¬ tion of the Congressional Record of that year will demonstrate clearly the state- Â¬ ment I made to be a fact Now concerning what Mr McKinloy said in his letter of acceptance According to your statement he said silver could be coined with the same weight and fineness and be made a legal tender He never eaid it could by free coinage at the ratio of 10 to 1 Tlie Republican party has never at any time advocated the free coinage of silver it has always opposed any meas- Â¬ ure that would impair the credit of our government or the debasement of our currency and has always declared that there Is but one basis on which gold and silver can bo concurrently coined as money that basis is equality not in weight but in the commercial val- Â¬ ue of the respective coins There is a law which says that silver shall be main Â¬ tained on a parity with gold That law declares how it is to be done As you failed to answer that question and ask Silyer held at me to do so here it is parity limiting or restricting the coin ago and paper money by limiting the issue of them to a manageable and con That is the capacity trolable quantity or power by which silver is maintained at a parity with gold The law may de- Â¬ clare anything to be money It is impossible to add value the value is in sub- Â¬ stance declared flat of the law Mr Dem- Â¬ ocrat you claim to be a great friend to silver you are the yery man who like a midnight assassin want to kill or destroy the ability by which the silver dollar is kept at a parity with gold It would be an utter impossibility to have bimetallism by coining silver at a ratio of 17 to 1 It would be impossible to circulate con- Â¬ currently the lesser value would take the place of the greater Now as to Mr Blaine and Grant it you will produce them as witnesses I will believe what you say They said but I deny the charge as unscrupulous and without foundation that silver was demonetized I deny that statement I will present you with a beautiful silver dollar if you will show one special clause of the act of 1873 which Bays silver isnot money De Â¬ monetize means to destroy use entirely You talk crimes and starvation if it had not been for the election of McKinley to nip such things In the bud where would you have beeu Echo answers where You say simpletons and fools were afraid that paper money w ould depreciate You reem to be ety ignorant in regard to facts concerning the greenbacks They would have been worthless had there not been preparations made to save them from fluituation Now Mr D mocrat as I am a one horse I have not the time and I am wholly unprepared to enter into an elab orate discussion of tlie difference or great issue that exists As I have said I would be trespassing on the good na ture of our exctllent editor While I am a Republican I believe our editor to be fair and honest and will publish re- Â¬ gardless of party affiliations I want to say that we have coined since 1878 more than five hundred millions of Bllver dol lars which are maintained by the gov ernment at parity and are a full legal tender for the payment of all debts both public aud private How are the silver dollars now in use different lroni those which would be in use under free coin Â¬ age they are to be of the same weight and fineness they are to have the same government stamp why would they not beoftheeame value I answer they would be coined by private parties and corporations the government would have no Interest in them consequently they would circulate at their real value The silver dollar now In use is coined on gov Â¬ ernment account and it has solemnly agreed to keep them as gxd as the best dollar we having exclusive control of the mintage only coins what it can hold at a parity witti gold The prtfl representing the Olflereuia between the commercial value aud the face value of the silver dollar goes to the government for the benefit of the people The government bought the silver bul- Â¬ lion contained In the dollar at very much lees than its coinage value It pays it out to its creditors and puts It in circulation among the people at its face value of one hundred cents or a full dollar and It te quires the people to accept It as a legil tender and U thus morally bound to maintain it at a parity with gold which la no w the recogutz d standard with us and with the most enlightened nations ot the world The government having Issued and circulated the silver dollar It must In Uouor protect the holder from Iota thla obligation it ha no far sacredly ket Not only la there a woral obliga Â¬ tion but Uire la a legal obligation ex Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Breckenridge News POPULISTS Hold ANCIENT a Characteristic Convention Mass MEXICO Â¬ AND DENOUNCE THE 60EBEL LAW They Indorse Mr Bronston After a Hot Skirmish A CITY DUDE CUTS CAPERS And li Led Out licemenWant Out No By Two Po Â¬ More Fusion With Deaocrate BATE IS THH STATE CHAIRMAN Courier --Journal shoutiri Uud The Governments Revenue Is Derived From Stamps Bank Checque Telegrams Etc AN EXCEEDINGLY INTERESTING LETTER Mexico is old older than any history we have of the country or the peoplp While in the National Museum one day I saw among many other curious tlili g a ChinesH god uiixed in with the god of the Aztecs In the tame placo I exam hied the Ktilvts usee by the Azecs for cutting the lit arts out tf die victims of fered for paciiflco and found on the handles of the knives exact reproduc tions of the fare of the great Egyptian Sphinx Egyptian carving is so distinc Â¬ tively Egyptian that there can be no Â¬ mistake Wooden models of the temple of worship of the A zt cs also in the Museum ard distinctly Ionian in in style of Architecture All of which goes to prove that for augit wo know to the contrary Mix ico was peopkd by a race well advanced in many of heart and sdencea long be fore history was born That they were excellent builders is proven by the fact that the three great causeways which led fiom the main land to the city in the lake the cause ways over which Cortes marched and fought in 1518 are still standing just as substantial and strong as they were nearly four bun dred years aito when Mexico was bathed How long they had been in blood built before that period can never be Â¬ The burro is the carrier par excellence of Mexico He can live where a grass Â¬ hopper will starve and twenty five or thirty of them can be driven by one man and a boy He is the greatest competi- Â¬ tor of the railroad in the Republic I think I do not exagerate when I say that fully a thousand of these patient animals pas3 through the little city of Cuernavaca every day The city of Jal apa is said to contain 50000 souls I mean people The burros and the peom have divided the honors of building the place livery brick and stone every tile for roof 01 floor all the vigetablts and products of the surrounding country are carried on the backs of these strong and intelligent little beasts and their fellow beasts of burden the com The hiBtory of the buno is older than that of Mexico The Good Book speaks of him in connection with one Balaam and says And the ass opened his mouth and spake Most readers of the Bible are familiar said with the jingling lines 1 The Populist party of Kentuck held a mass convention at Music Hall yesterday d to reorganize the party on the plan Sevtral Informal caucuses were held at the Enterprise Hotel before the regular meeting was called at 2 oclock in the afternoon The afternoon meeting was devoted to naming the diflerenteommittees and was very tame The night session was a lively one in many respects Strong speeches were made denouncing the Goebel Bill and Democratic party A city dude who had bien imbibing too Ireely came near breaking np the meeting He walked into the hall dressed in faultless attire and had a pair of swell gold rimmed eye glasses perched on bis nose Immediate- Â¬ ly after taking a seat on the front row he proceeded to run the whole meeting He sionded every motion made remarks about the different members and when any one made a motion he generally re-Â¬ marked You are all right old man the finest in the land A Sergeant at Arms was appointed to keep older and when he approached the unruly self elected delegtte the latter middle-of-the-roa- Â¬ Tlie Angtl of ihe Lord Would not let Balaam pass 1 hen what did Balaam dot He sat upon his Ilurro Say you you In the jaw ed youre a Pop aint you dont mosey away from me Well if Ill pop each lino in this city At each street corner the dnvi r blows his braes horn to warn the watchers The car is stopped wherever iifCHtstry a colli n is taken off into which is put the body When the car is loaded or all the dead are aboard the mules are turned toward the potters field lashed into a run and on reaching their destination the bodies are dumped out of the collin into a trench which has been opened for the purpose The cof- Â¬ fins are then taken back to the car sheds to be used again uud again For this service the street car lompany is paid 25 cents per head or rather per body by the Government In the smaller townp puqut and milk vendors carry their fluids 111 tin caus fastened to their saddles It is said that whenever a customer is ssrved the milk Â¬ man licks the few remaining drops from tho mouth of the earthou meauuo In all towns in Mexico as well as In the city the streets are practically deserted Every Mexican and Spaniard at noon must have his tUtta at that time so business houses railroad depots oflices One of tlie interesting features of the Republic are the llurulct rural police No matter where you go whether on tlie mountain side or in the valley whether in the woods or on the plain at tlie country funeral or the country wed ding jou will see the Iturale armed with a repeating rill a revolver and a cutlass mounted on a good horse and ready at all times to do his duty Several years uio President Diaz finding he could not put down br gtudage by force sent word to sjme of the leaders to come in and have a talk with him promising them safe cjnduct back to their lairs in the know n mountains He told them at tho inter- Â¬ The funerals of the jkoh elapses are view which fullowod that he was tired of conducted in the following manner At hunting them and killing them that if oclock tvery morning a street car they would quit the waye that were loaded with nine collins started out on dark and enlist under his banner be Â¬ would in tlie ed his more make of them the finest soldiers Republic They gradually accept- Â¬ offer and to day the brigand is 110 The Rural police of Mexico are perhaps the most efficient safe guard to life and property that can be found on Baby Mine Every mother feels an indesÂ¬ cribable dread of the pain and When they take an offender earth red handed he is shot without more ado and theives and cut throats know- Â¬ ing the penalty hesitate before acting The Governmtnt derivts enormous revenues from the sale of stamps Every bank cht rpie must have on a two cent stamp every telegram two cens every receipted bill three cents for each 5 00 I saw a contract for a five year leasy of u hoiiHH which had 90 00 in stamps at Â¬ tached Kven the placaid hanging tu hotel olllceB and other public places iniiBt have a two cent stamp affixed A notice of a house to let or a room for reut comes under the rule and the in- Â¬ spectors are vigorous in enforcing the the law Blank pieces of paper or pieces of palm leaves are olten seen attached to door or window This 1b a silent adver Â¬ tisement understood by the natives that a house or room is for hire within As the law does not rt quire stamps to bo placed on a paper absolutely blank the advertiser niyes money A domestic postal card costs 3 cents while an inter- Â¬ national one can be bought for 2 cents Letter postage both domestic and foreign is 5 cents W U was appoint- Â¬ Another tiergeant-at-Arm- s and the dude Invited him out into the street to fight Finally one of the delegates went out and secured two po- Â¬ licemen who escorted the drunken man out of the hall Some of the members in speaking against fusion pointed out that they bad gained ten legislators by fusion but could Dr J H Lackey accomplish nothing member of the Legislature from Trigg county said that the fusion represents tlvts could accomplish nothing in the Legislature but it was not their fault that the Goebel Bill was passed and that other gxd bills were defeated and he proposed to tell his people when he went home who was to blame These he said were the Democrats wiio were going to reform the country ills speech brought forth much applause Every speaker took a rap at the Goebel election law and said that the right of free ballot had been taken from the people of Kentucky An open caucus was held ill the En- Â¬ terprise Hotel in the morning and sev- Â¬ eral speeches were made by the party leaders A bitter opposition to the Goe- Â¬ bel Bill was the unanimoui expression Representative Lackey of Trigg coun ty said that a full Populist ticket should be named next year from Governor down ant upon the Jm danger attend- Â¬ Â¬ Holt 99Ji B mothcrshouldbe most critical period of her life becoming a its anticipation one of misery suffering and danger of the ordeal make a source of joy to all but the No Griping or Paini Arrowhmith III Jan 21 187 I have been bothered for Dear Sirs 15 years with constipation and I have tried many preparations during that time I comment ed using Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin in the fall of 1895 and un heeitaingly pay it is tlie best remedy I over found for my trouble No griping or pains after taking ours etc WM HUBT MOTHERS FRIEND the remedy which relieves women of the great pain and suf- Â¬ fering incident to maternity this hour which is dreaded as womans severest trial is not only made painless but all the danger is re- Â¬ moved by its use Those who use this remedy are no longer de- Â¬ spondent or gloomy nervousness nausea and other distressing con- Â¬ ditions are avoided the system is made ready for the coming event and the serious accidents so com- Â¬ mon to the critical hour are obviated by the use of Mothers is Clias Martin druggist outJ A Smoke arn Tobacco smoking said n traveler is so common in Holland that It is impossible- to distinguish one person from nuothor in a room full of smokers lint supposing you want to speak to soma 0110 present how aro you to find it Ail In such cases a waiter Is sent ronud with a pair of bellows with which he blows away the smoke from the face of every person nutll the right one is found Loudon Tit Bits doing Dewn HilL People suffering from Kidney Diseases feel a gradual but steady loss of strength and vitality They should lose bo Frtaid is a blessing to woman time in trying Foleys Kidney Cure a lOOFBXSOTTLX atdll Dm Store r HHt by McprMa on receipt of prioe Guaranteed Priparatlon A R Fisher HUM ConUtntiic JavaluabU larofMtlon ol Coverport R A Shellman Btrpttosp va will l 7ET IbMmk aridr all vtorncB ippIcttkM stst port Gordon A IIayna Paimille K i tt fmM Vr Miy A WiU HiwUMbw Ik MUNWU BECCLr f ViIf Tim afternoon session was called to or- Â¬ der by Chaltinan Bate of the State Cen- Â¬ tral Committee In his address he said that the worst thing that ever happened to his party was the recent fusion with the Democrats Mr Bate introduced Jo A Parker temporary chairman of the meeting Mr Parker made a plea for a d campaign and de- Â¬ nounced the Goebel Bill in strong terms W P March was made temporary sec- Â¬ retary and W F Parker of MtOracken was named assistant secretary The following committees were appointed Permanent OrganlzUion First dis Â¬ trict Dr J II Blackey Trigi Second FFBrown Hopkins Third S M Dowson n Fourth Rilett Dowell Breckenridge Fifth S J Blankenbaker Seventh John O Dennis Franklin Eighth J W Whitehouse Mercer D W Thornton 0en and A S Denton at large Rules and Older First district W II Brown Crittenden Second W II Boa ton McLean Third E J Smith Simp Â¬ son Fourth L J 0en Grayson Fifth Janus Hoellir JuiXiruu Savrnth L M Smith Henry Eighth Geo W Gibcon Shelby J II MtCormack Caldwell and S J Crow Hardin at larg Plan of Organization First distrist D II Wilcox Calloway Second Horace Smith Hancock Third R II Gainer Logan Fourth J W Gaben Bullitt Fifth C H Rate Jefferson Eghth W T Harmon Boyle Dr Dors y Damn and R U Crenanaw Christian at large Resolutions First district A II Car din Crittenden Second Samuel James Dayiesi Third C W Bigger Barren Fourth J E Durham Taylor Fifth Pollock Harbour Jefferson j Seventh W B Brldgeford Franklin Eighth WVJ Harmon Micrr J Teuth W Q Patrick Estill W R Browder Logan and J as 11 syncs Lee at Urge Committee on Finance First district R M Tavlor Caldwell Second L li Dalton Union Third W W GUI Lc gu Fourth Uharles Durbln Grayson1 Fifth II D Blankenbaker Seventh Frank Plefler Franklin Eighth I W Teihune Mercer R O Buchanan Tay lor and G W Pipes Boyle at large A call of tlie txMvratioa akowwt the d with tbalr following eouniUa rapa middle-of-the-roaÂ¬ electoral vote Anderson 1 Barrrn 3 Boyle 1 Breckenridg 4 Bullitt U Caldwell 2 Calloway 3 Christian 2 Crittenden 2 Daviess 0 Estill 1 Franklin 2 Grayion 4 Hancock 2 Hardin 2 Henderson 2 Hopkins 5 Jefferson 2 l ariie 1 ligan 5 Mc Cracken 3 McLean 2 Mead 5 Mercer 2 Muhlenberg 2 Owen 1 Oldham 1 Shelby 2 Simson 2 Taylor 2 Trg2 Uuloc 2 Resolutions were received from district delt gatlonn and referred to their n -spectlvecommitteta without discussion On motion of Mr Bate the meeting ad journed until 7 oclock The night session was called to order at 7 oclock Tho Finance Committee offered a resolution providing that the Populists of Kentucky be called upon to meet In mass convention In each coun- Â¬ ty on a day to be decided upon and raise a campaign fund by an assessment ol 25 cents for every vote cast for Jo A Parker at the last election Tho resolution was adopted and county court day In each county during May was decided upon as the date ol the mass meeUrgs A collection of 22 41 was taken up to defray tho exponso ol tho meeting A resolution from the Organization Com Â¬ mittee to appoint two competent organ- Â¬ izers to be put Into the 1 Id at once and work for the interest u the party under the direction of the State Committee was adopted Mr C S Bate nominated Jo A Parker for chairman of tlie State Central Com- Â¬ mittee but Mr Parker said that he was not in a position to give the office the at Â¬ tention it rt quired Mr A II Cardius motion to substi Â¬ tute the name of Mr Bate in paceof Mr Parker was carried nnd Clarence S Bate was re elected chairman of tlie State Cen- Â¬ tral Committee W P Marsh was re- Â¬ elected secretary of the committee Members of the State Central Committee were elected as follows W II McConnell First district W P Stephens Second W R Browder Third R II McMullln Fourth J S Robblns Fifth W F Nichols Seventh John 0 Sutherland Eighth A motion by Mr A II Cardlu for the State chairman to name a date for the Populists In tho congressional districts not represented at the meeting to bold conventions and organize was carried DelegattR to the next National Con- Â¬ vention were elf cted as fallows B 0 Cayes and A II Cardln First district R C Crenshaw and W P Stepei Second W W Hill and 0 B Bickers R II McMullln and J II Third Haynes Fourth 0 S Bate and Peter Pepper Fifth Reese Bibb and Andrew Wilt Seventh D N Witt and W N Mclntash Eigbtli J A Parker W R Brewer J II Lackey and Samuel James Jr StateaMarge The National Organization Committee at a meeting held In St Louip January 12 n quested a referendum vote to fix the date of the next National Convention When the matter came up last night it brought forth quite a discussion but the suggestion was finally adopted the dates of election being fixed on County Court days in April and May The Committee on Resolutions indorsed the action of the Populist members of the Legislature in fighting the Goebel Bill and Senator Bronstons name Was included in the in Â¬ dorsement Representative W W Gill of Login county took exception to the indorsement o Mr Bronston and made a motion to have his name stricken from the list on account of Mr Bronstons fight against the School Book Bill The motion brought on several warm discus- Â¬ sions and Mr Gill finally withdrew it A resolution against fusion brought Mr Gill to his feet He was evidently loaded cocked and primed for a speech and if he had lost the chance to make it he would have exploded like a toy bal Â¬ loon when a pin is stuck in it Tlie res olution was referred back to the commit Â¬ tee and the convention adjourned Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pulfc sialuto to maintain the parit The Republican party has not been and Is not now opposed to the a e of silver as money Its record abund antly shows that It has done all that could be done for Its Increased use with safety and honor by the United States acting apart from other governments Mr Kirk you say you are a bimetal list now If you are not ashamed of the stuff you are hiding behind let us Bee your face I say that bimetallism can not bo allowed independent action on the part of the government it can not be obtained bv opening our mints to a free and unlimited coin ago of the silver of the world at the ratio ot six uen ounces to one ounce of gold when tl 0 commer- Â¬ cial value is more than thirty onncee ot silver to one of gold Mexico and China Mexico has have tried the experiment free coinage of silver and at a ratio slight Â¬ ly in excess of Blxteen and one half ouncr s of silver to one ounce of gold and the mints are freely open to both metals at that ratio Not a single dollar in gold bullion Is coined and circulated as money Gold has been driven out of circulation in these countries and they are on a sil- Â¬ ver basis alone Gold is recogolzjd as the sole standard of the great commercial nations of the world with which wo trade most exten- Â¬ sively Ninety per cent ot our foreign trade the past year was with countries who recognize gold as the standard of value and our trado with other countries was settled on a gold basis Mr Democrat you were told in 1800 that good money never made times hard The cry of the year 1890 that was the cause of the depression or hard times and low prices surplus surplus 11 was all you could bear from your side Mr Surplus suddenly hid his deformed head and has neyer been heard from bIdco and you said nothing but the free coinage of silver would raise the price of our production no we will remember this assertion In 1000 Mr Democrat you talk about coining silver free independent of other nations Do you know what you are talking about That word free means an invitation to other nations to bring their bullion and have it coined free You talk of starva- Â¬ tion but want to coin the bullion of the millionaire free also You admit by the policy you advocate that you want an act of legislation doubling their wealth at the expense of the toiling millions You say a government coining of itself is ridiculous ycu contradict your state- Â¬ ments You want money coined free and free means independent of the sup- Â¬ port of a government It is contompti ble and ridiculous bow your statements Now Mr Dem I think I have conflict auswered all your questions to the entire natisraction of any unprejudiced mind You wanted to know why I was opposed to both the gold and silver standard It would be impossible to have two stand ards of value one being coined a leaser than the other where it is coined inde pendent of the government Mw pressed in the Â¬ Â¬ Henderson Route Uiinillt Mum No St Lonit Co Tfrne Card la EfTeit East Bound Lv km 20 si No 44 B7 No 6 j SLJ ouls 11 Kvansvllte Henderson SpottiriUe Owentborn HawMvilM 7 7Msm 8 Apin 6B3sm 220pm 2 45m 310 328 7SS 400 818 9 IT btrphensport Irvinfrton I Brandenburg ArrLoulsvllle West Round Lv Louisville llranrienburg Irvlngton Stephensport Cloverport CloverHrl i 10M No 861 u no tm 6Zi 40 510 623 6G7 10 41 6UI nw 1112 1235pm 743 617 730 45 4l No 43 No 609 643 720 7S9 804 7S0ira 460pm Owensboro Spottsvllle Henderson Evansvllle ArrSt Louis Ilawesvllle ton 10 9 IS Ofil 8 23pm 9 8s 9 62 tO 21 10 6 35 1135 13 17pm 12 fu- 7 32 115 9 47 1010 1040 9A 1068 1148 12 12 23am 5 115 720 A 1 trains run through Solid to Kvansvllle Through parlor cars nnd Pullman sleepers on all trains between St Louis Kvaniville and Louis Vllle Numbers 41 and 42 csnnect at Irvlneton for Fordsvllle and Hardlnsburg daily except Sunday H C MOllDUE A O P A Lonisvllle Ky Louisville H TIME SCHEDULE TafclnK A endersonS 3STO X LouJs HyCo Effect At 630 oclek VTmI 41 Sundj Haj 30 1897 Bound Train Bati Bound Train U Msll 4 Kxprs Kxpr Dsily Dally 12 20 43 Exprs Kxprs Dslly 4C0pm Msil A STATIONS Dally 7 30am 7 48 603 637 IvUnn 818 5 40 6 48 553 600 609 618 626 659 707 724 727 743 8 35 8J1 82J 842 869 8 61 9tt 661 712 7 20 7 39 7 64 9 07 915 9 23 9 31 932 9 43 9 61 966 969 1011 1014 1025 1035 1043 1049 West Point Howard Wlllowdale Rock Haven 1128 Long Ilranch 1121 Brandenburg 1112 1102 Ekron 1053 Guston Irvlngton 1045 1037 Webster 1021 Lodlburg 1020 Pierce Sample 1015 Stephensport 10 07 1002 Addison 969 Holt 9 45 Cloverport Sklllman Hawesvllle Petrle Falcon Lewlsport Waltman Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlngly Griffith Stanley Worthlngton Reads Spottsvllle Bsssett r Shops 940 917 864 9 27 9 09 9 03 8 47 Kentucky St ptar 1235pm 745pm 733 11 f 0am 6 55 1145 651 1135 645 6 40 PJ i Vh - J Ji h 634 626 618 610 603 650 542 624 630 522 518 515 503 500 49 40 33 4 58 4 4 4 S p L - j M tfl - 801 812 818 827 833 8 42 9OT 1058 1105 1114 1125 863 916 925 9 21 9 32 9 47pm 12 17 954oir 1224 1010pm 12 40om 989 1146pm 1161 1165 12 02 1209 US5am 838 827 818 8 07 8 02 419 413 01 Tl 94 JJ 3 -- 3 J3 S - 363 344 3 33 3 29 J 8 768 745 7 62 7 38 326 3 20 and 4a make connection at Ir vlngton dally except Sunday with trains to and from IlarJinsburg and Fordsville Ilranch Only line running Parlor Cars between Louis ville Owensboro and Henderson Only direct line For further Information to the North and East call on or address Agents or HC MORUUE A O P A Louitville Kv Trains Nos tWwlv 731 715in 313 307 301 rM J3 43 1 t 9 46pm 41 L H St L Hy Fordsvllle Branch 10 TIME TABLE Na you t TAKING I SHOULD EMPLOY None bul the County Surveyor to do Hour work lie Is the anihorixtd Surveyor ol the Countvi Is an experienced workman and knows his business He is also Notarv Public writes Deeds and takes Acknctledgemedts Charges always Ueasonable 30 1897 West Bound Trains Bast Bound Train Daily Dally Daily Dally ex Sun ex Sun ex Sun exSur STATIONS I EFFECT MAY No 6 No 2 No 1060am Lv Isvlnzton Ar 9o0am 8 00 1125 Garfield 40 47 55 12 10pm 12 25 1235 12 55 15 7 42 Harned 7 57 Junction 7 27 Hardlnsburg 7 17 Junction 7 02 Kirk Jolly 650 6 30 Olendeane Dempster 6 20 ar Fallsft oughlv 6 05 Nol 11 11 11 CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HAROINSBURGKY Address 120 145 55 2 05 1 215 230 2 fiom J H Himsche Ruth Asklns Osks Mitchell ArFordsvilleLv Dempster Ttockvale 5 44 5 38 6 JO 6 25 510 BOOam The TAILOR with B RT 0S W LB gI3VCB TAB O S Louis and the West t Trains leave Louisville as follows Will be in Clover B East St W Lv Loulsvlla port on the 2d and 4th Ar Cincinnati Ar Columbus Friday of every month Ar Pittsburg Ar Washington Ar uammore Ar Philadelphia Ar New York nAILWAY Clnclnnatl and the No so 645am 11 sjjam 15am b sjpm No 16 813am 1153am 3 55pm No 18 245pm 605pm 1105pm 650 am 50am 10 15am li oau 2opm 3 40 pm 1 7 95am EPHESUS Mr A roll Weatherford Casper May Co IND CANNELTON lias moved to Ig Harned Station Mies Etta Macy aud mother were visit irg Mrs Bruington last week Miss Lydia Macy was thrown from a horse but fortunately received no serious injuries The season of the J ear has arrived that demands the attention of every farmer and until the recent rains the farmer had taken advantage of the pleasant weather Mat Payne sajs he and Arthur Good have the boss wheat Quite a number have made an examination of their crop 1 GREGORY Wiurfmastars CL0VERP0HT Local Agents CO KENTUCKY 3 3onn 5Jspm Ar Boston g 05pm 3 ooprn Nraln No 16 has elegant Pullman liuflet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Clncinnstl to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Tran No 18 has eli gant Pulman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No to has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers St Louis Springfield and the West No 1 6 No 44 8 31am Ronm 640pm ArbtLouu issoan visam Ar Springfield 840pm 9 33am North Yernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m daily Cbarlestown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p m except Sunday Trains Nos 16 to and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis Lv Louisville Steamboat Ageits Noo nam Homestead Fertilizer Conpany and TUAINS ARRIVE is 7 15 a m is 13 noon 6 40 p m 3 so a m From West 7 sea m is 15 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office southeast comer Fourth and S3 tandard Oeslers Id Oil Conpaay From Bast a m Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor Stain streets connecting Depot Seventh and river Didnt Change Climate Sallied Pound a Day ing and Ceiling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc address US BROWN O S W Ry District Pass St Ticket Agent B 4th snd Main Louisville Ky or J M CIIKSSIIROUCU General Passenger Airent Cincinnati Ohio Fordttail Information regarding rates time on General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio Safety Comfort OB WARFHL Assistant Ettlautes Furalsssa far Bulldlsft a ail Balldlna Material Louisville anil Evansville Hstwsso BANK or Packet Line Fait Mall Llso Louisville and Evansville BTKAMKHS 5 HAEDIUSBimG IT BKAKD President WILL MILLZH Vloe PreldBl E G EAGON F D M B Ryan Msster W A Dlihop Punr Porssr I Jqmm 11 Booth Stockton N Y Dr M M Pznmcr Fredonta N Y Dear8trl had been suffering from Ab cesaeionmy Lungs and Liver Disease for about three months Coughefl a great deal had become nojyoui and restlass and my flesh bad wUitod aWtty Had been treated by three different physicians without any ma Â¬ terial benefit Tlioy Anally advised change ot climate to avoid Consumption and In August last I bad decided to treak up inr builuoss hem ami go West lu inarch ot health At this time I was Induced to try your Blood and Liver Remedy aud Nerve Tonic Once fairly under Its InSuence I gsleed teste at the rstu of a pouudadar After using i bottles ot the KtHnadr I was a well man and wuut about my buflaess which I hava coatlauud uulutrnipt41y to Hhuric 11 BKAKD Cashier TARASCON h Pssny MaiUr Ballard Masts L T Conner U W M UEAKI JOLUT Director TELL CITY RH W B Xswbtll Purser Dally MOKKItf KSKKIDUK K INTEREST PAID BN TIME DEP1UT8 nospt Satarday Utwssa Lo4stIIIs P D STAGGS MADE TABLETS POtilTIVMLY CORK ME A MAN AJAX 1 J4jrV9UM J rtaj W this tlBiS Â¬ CHARLES 0 MARTIN Fmoripilou VhantMeiat dkksrab 1sm Ca CIrrMrf ESSS srxjrars fames UMalaMsif BHl tad ill 4AFnmt KijJasJ 3f - -f SyV wlera la T b AkMU mIbJ sifilAsii or mW luMtM aaaaLsLAa rmeuj rmay km u4 a JftW- a aa3 Harvst a kr flaeaaessShaatt TtUjMasWwte bsaiisTlsainj a uDHl 7kjM alT alW lml 1ales TaUefe VMeJIto oM Of U snd Mew Auutrdtn by tals Mm dsttrtrsd qulok Krslfht st taia I rail Travels will tad Mm tUaasri an aswr Fm4 la sBtfatat m4 asosBmodsltwi Tm bast svHftsry an saptoytd as oeakt 4 b tasM U mI to tbat f vfea bast bsUts ITS ad ITS 41 Avwa SmmhJ slf4 It Leltvlie L vUii isSSrUr WWHITK f KXN Y OVWiluaisslTPA -- V ii smi cissswafiwiMHiiiiiisur V i TMR BRQKBNRIDGR J T fcilllillli IMilW hi NKLWS Hi i - j OLkOYBsRPORT KY iijr turn imuiv T t hr - 3 City Bakery For fishing goods drop Jb all J sea our Hall PaH0i line Suzns Dr Bllncoe of OffehsborO Is dead ilay ill eVehihtt tide the htlpllataof To The bowling alley continues to do a Mr Fred Fralze went to Louisville Mon Â¬ Frank Hall to Miss Clara Payne will gdfatldlfdsHorl sound sleep a flourishing business day be solemnised at the home of Mr and fine appetite and ripe old a age When you come to town and want a Mrs Augustus Gibson ltev W B Edward Goodnight went to Loulavlllo our regular standard medicine k good lunch dont forget the City Bakery arc some of the results of the use Monday Rutledgp pastor of the Baptist church Fresh bread cakep tea rings and tolls will preform the ceremony Immediate Â¬ of Tutts Liver Pills A single Heinx kraut none better Iry il delivered frtsh at your homes City Bak Â¬ ly after the ceremony the newly wedded Suzers will convince you of their couple will board the train for Louisville dose Chas W Moorman went to Louisville ery thore remaining a few days and thence wonderful effects and virtue Howard Gould the millionaire has yesterday to Ohio Mr Hall has been connected JHEYWOODAM See the now ideal In picture mouldings offered to present the Government with with the Texas as fireman for qulto a Professor of Mathematics Otterbein Uni-a yacht Suiters veraity Westenrille 0 He comes from a prominent An absolute cure for sick head- Â¬ Should the weather continue warm I while lOcenUgeta a childs hoe rake and HALP SIZU BOTTLES 50c family of this county and is In every par- Â¬ We are offering this week Spring will have soda water and Ice cream spade at SuIzpiV ticular a sterling young man Miss ache dyspepsia malaria sour has come earlier this year than com City Bakery This year in in evidence as a bauner Payne Is a neice oi Mr and Mrs Gibson stomach dizziness constipation Breckenridge News mon and it lias caught everybody Did not think Since the cotflagratlonln Litchfield a matrimonial one and her home Is in Lodlburg but she bilious fever piles torpid liver number of brick buildings are under has been staying of such wcathor Wo started a slaughter in evory with her relatives ever Don forget to save your broad tickets contemplation WEDENBIUY MAROII 23 1808 department that will soon rid us of overstock We since they have been residents In this and all kindred diseases Gregory Gibson Your attention is called to the Central city She Is a typical Kentucky lady extend tho cordial wclcomo to como and share The Palace is the place for goods of Paint Railway Supply Companys ad and her score of friends wish her a joy- Â¬ a refrtshlrg nature the bargains at our loss in this IsMie ful ami happy union through out her Benedict Beavin ol Hawesvlllp was G N Jackson will plant 20 acres of wedded life On their return they will 5 Charles Tight Dead among his friends Monday Ourley tobacco on the Masterson farm stop at Webster where will be given a 25 good Corsots worth 150 now 49 Â¬ The sad news ot the sudden death of Mrs M Smith of Holt visited rela near Stephoneport reception by Mr Halls parents Mr and 50 pair cf excellent Susponders worth 40c now 20 Mr Charles Tight reach d tho ears of te oj in this city last wet k The boats are making excellent time Mrs William Hall Tho News wishes Gents Collars worth 15c now 5 city Sunday He had his friends in this Bring your pictures to m we can and the present stage of water is ntt an them both a succeeful life Anolhur big river 19 pair of Childs Rubber Shoes at been confined to his bed only one week 0 frame them cheap Sulzers objection to them Subscribe lor the Nkws and died of typhoid pneumonia at his 50 pair of Boys Knee Pants worth 40c now A MERCHANTS LETTER 25 Mott every town of any size Is working For this week only we will make you This is a good tobacco season home In Louisyllle Sunday morning 50c GOc and 70o Blankets all go at for water works and electric lights 39 an 8x10 picture frame ready for tho wall Six kinds of crackeis City Bakery To Dr Hartman President of tho He was one of the that engineers on the 1 good spool of Clarks Thread at 2 Seo Payne Cos line of paints brush Â¬ for 25 cents Sulzits Texas road and run the construction Musical merchandise atF N DHuys es oils Close prices aro being made Ladies Vests for Surgical Hotel The Daily Kentucky New Era came train long before the completion of the Fresh confectioneries at City Bakery J W Snyder of Stanley is visiting his out in geen last Thursday showing Kb Ladies Vests better grade for road He was a man well liked by all 5 Paints oils and brushes Payne Co father James Snyder mar Bewloyville respects to St Patrick Marshallls a neat little city of 7000 who had the happy pleasure of forming fj Ladies Leather Belts for Banana orangrs lemons City Bak Â¬ He was a faithful and Gat field seed potatoes are the best population in the State of Texas Among his acquaintance Should you want something pure in A 500 Rubber Coat Extra good for 30 ery whiskies for medicinal purposes go to M Addison Dick have 100 bushels to sell its many enterprising merchants is Mr diligent employee He leaves a wife and Window Shades spring rollers 25 V E Wyatt In a recent letter to Dr two children Boys see the new kind of tops at Sul It is said of him Uiat on at their store at Addison F Pophams Unlaundried white Shirts to go at 25 Hartman Mr Wyatt says I have been many occasions he would remain on 29rs James Macken left Friday night for Addison Dick have 100 bushels of Mens extra largo Jeans Pants worth 250 for 121 Silas Pate HarJinsburg came to the Henderson He goes there to accept a fine home grown clover seed for sale at afllicted with lagrippe four times and the his engine at night to save money in or- Â¬ last time was worse than the first I be der to give his family every commit of - 10 Mens extra large Jeans Pants worth 200 for city yesterday lucrative position their store at Addison gan to think after trying several reme Â¬ life The erglnes were decoratcdby his Mens extra largo Jeans Pants worth 150 for - - - 75i Should your house need painting and Dick of Addi- Â¬ Capt J II Rowland went to O vena The firm of Addison dies without any relief that tho disease fellow engineers as a token of their ap- Â¬ you contemplate doing so get figures son have two cars ol clover hay to sell lmro Monday Mens extra large Jeans Pants worth 100 for - - - BOi could not be cured Two years ago was preciation of him Co A complete line of pnhitois material at from Payne at the lowest possible price the last time I had an attack of it I de Tayne Vs Many now inducements wo are offering this week There are several In this cltv who con- Â¬ We are anxious to do a little good in The fruit trees are beginning to bloom cided to try a t Sewit g machine needles oil and cup template going to the christening of the and great apprehensions are entertained to reduce our stock They are genuine bargains and got six bottles this world and can think of nopleasanter battleship Kentucky by the fruit men ol the spring frosts tfysat DHuys worth looking after Come in now and eco The first bottle I took or better way to do it than by recom- Â¬ JfarTn Maich 22 to the wife of Wallace The Nbas will appreciate at any time Ribert Smith of Irvington has a did me more good mending One Minute Cough Cure as a any event or item of news you might Plymouth pullet that laid three egi in than all the medlcints preventive of pneumonia consumption Hdeti a girl 12 hours all perftct and well developed I had taken before and other serious lung troubles that folBall of Hardiueburg was in send in for publication Sherman Haynts I recommend Clint Adklsson of Webster spent Jack Ackerman and Joshua II Groves a low neglected colds Short the city left week co all suffering with Monday nith his brother Dr S B Ad Rome Ind have two of as fine fields Mr and Mrs H N Hud ton went to t Charlie Tlghs Condition klet on at the Mitchell hotel of wheat as can be seen in the country disease it is ndvertls- d Louisville Monday The article in reference to the death to cure I am wel Mlaees Bell McCan and Mary Pearson The City Councifshould place a street Whiten ash brashes and in fact all of Engineer Tight which appeared in of Rome Ind were registered at the lamp at each end of the bridge Pedet and stout now I want everybody afllictkinds Payne Co the Louisville morning papers of Tues-Â¬ tialus will appreciate the light they ed as I was to know of the wonderful day Morganfleld has a camera club Why Mitchell hotel last Thursday Mirch 22 as to his condition when the farm of Mr Ansel Clarkson near merits of Pe ru na Unless treated by A bath with Cosmo Buttermilk There are still on hand some of those would give cant Cloverport have one lagrippe leaves the sj stem in a entering the Seventh Street depot is all Meadevllle Charley Anderson found Soap exquisitely scented Issoothingand The State Board of Euquallzitlon has nlcoSeth Thomas clocks atF N DHuys unfounded He was complaining but J 0 Stiff and William Gedling of If you need time buy a Seth Thomas Â¬ raised the assessment of lands and per deplorable condition It completely de did not display any actions of a maniac near the center of the tree and about beneficial Sold everywhere Stephensport were in the city Friday moralizes the nervous system deranges fiye feet from the ground several buck Mr and Mrs George Bentley of Haw sonal property in this county 11 per cent digestion and disturbs nearly every func- Â¬ Mr Frank Hall his fireman says he Mr William DjwnBand wife of Kirk shot Charley counted the rings or an- Â¬ Til fit- esville arrived in the city yesterday and town lots 10 per cent tion of the body Is a perfect went into the depot at his usual rate 01 nular growth in the tree and says the werelin the city yesterday shopping Hani tin They are the guests of Mr and Mrs F An organization ts under headway in specific for this condition riry It is an ad- Â¬ speed and was perfectly at himself He shot must have been fired at some one craitttn The law Arm of Murray Murray have N D Huy TiffH Texas to gc to Guerrero Mexico to in- mirable remedy for the after effects of complained ot being sick but further during the civil war who probably used engsged the services of a stenographer than this he could see no difference in the tree as means of protection as the Mr and Mrs 0 M Bullitt came to the augurate a town which will be given the lagrippe Cosmo Buttermilk Toilet Soap makes Hon D H Severs claim agent for the city Monday from Louisville They will name of The American City rings indicate the shot tins been there the skin soft white and healthy Sold see oooK en him ronuriuer testimonials Texrs road was in the city yesterday spend the summer ar their Font Hill Lf course you want a perfect likeness titled Facts and Faces everywhere sent free by What pleasure is there in life with a about thirty five years Mrs Marion Ryan arrived in the city residence Â¬ of yourself and desire to have your pic- The a Drug Manufacturing Com- Â¬ headache constipation and bilhousneas For a perfect complexion and a clear yesterday morning to be with relatives Whooping cough is the most distress- Â¬ pany Columbus Ohio Another Interesting letter from the ture taken by the best photographer Thousands experience them who could healthy skin use Cosmo Buttermilk Glance at our first page isnt it a pen of Judge Washington Holt relative You need not go any further than to call ing malady but its duration can be cut become perfectly healthy by using De Soap Sold everywhere dairy Fully worth the price of the pa Â¬ to the conditions of Mexico can be found on Knight Farmers Delivering Tobacco Witts Little Early Risers the famous short by the use of One Minute Cough per Cure which is also the best known remeA News representative met a number little pllis Short Mr John Haswell and wlfj attended elsewhere in this issue Haynes dy for croup and all ung and bronchial Mrs Crawford Brown and Mrs Fran- Â¬ We have just received a large line of quarterly meeting held in the Elm Street of farmers from this and Hancock coun- Â¬ lien troubles Short Haynes iriiy ces M Polk of Tobinsport Ind are both paiuts oils and brushes and would be M E church Saturday and Sunday ties Saturday and they said there GUSTON good quite ill a deal of pleased to furnish estimates on jobs of They were the guests of his son Mr yetr emalned BEWLEYVILLE unsold tobacco George Getzendanner has the contract Frank Haswell and wife throughout the Born on the 15 Jnst to the wife o A 1CC0 lhente for raloors 1b recom Â¬ painting Co Payno for putting on a tin roof on the store mended by the council committee in The Saratoga saloon has now opened counties The prospects are flattering Charley E Anderson a fine girl baby E S Miller proprietor ot the itiston for an exceedirgly large crop this fall Dick Addison O Jtonsboro Miss Celestia Beavin has been off on a building of Addison Mrs George Lyddan was here last Brcom Works was here selling brooms up for busiutsj and the propritor desires Ky a share of your patronage If there is but tbey can not account forthe uniform week visiting her mother Mrs Leona visit of several days Â¬ Three pound can of xtra flue Califor- last week He makes a good broom and any thing in kind treatment you will price being offered by the buyers Mr Adklsson nia peaches tuo for 4 cents at Gregory says he is doing a good business Mr and Mrs Albright are away visit- Â¬ DR CALDWELL1 11 H V Duncan who is purchasing to certainly get it at the Saratoga Gibson Mrs Charley E Lewis accompanied ing friends f Owensboro proprie- Â¬ M II Earight bacco for A M and II S Jarvis received Uncle Archie Arderson had a house WCURES CI JTIPATIONI 1 Gen Willhoyle living near Hudson in Chps L Fisher of Glendean was in tor of the Falcon coal mines spent last Saturday 00780 pounds The following her sister home and will remain at Fayton n Monday the guest of his brother Thurs lay in the city He was here in- Â¬ this county was killed by lightening dur Â¬ farmers delivered their crops Saturday nesvllle on an extended visit to her raising Friday In order to keep posted on the general Toe Irvington Reading Circle met with ing the thundeistorm of last Wednesday father A R Fisher terviewing the local coal dealers Allle Miller 5000 pounds happenings of the and counties of Breck- Â¬ 4 3 and 1 Mrs Piggott Friday at 3 oclock p m while out in his field He was about 30 Qus W Richardson raised a tremen- Â¬ The Cincinnati Cooperage Company is Oiven Seaton and William Brown two Thomas Blytbe 3000 pounds 4 2 and Our Womans Missionary society will enridge Meade and Hancock subscribe preparlug to load a barge with staves at of this countys hustling farmers were years old and leayea a wife and several 1 Jacob Haag 1000 pounds 4 and 1 dous corn crop last season and has just for the Bueckenmdqf News meet with Mrs Cal Baaham Wednes- Â¬ children the lower wharf in town Monday They say the crops J D Isome 2000 pounds 4 503 2 and 2 sold a goodly quanity of it at 35 and 40c day March 23 at 3 oclock To Cura Conatlputlon Forever Hon Jonas Wilson received the in- Â¬ Arthur G Rice 1500 Talco were never looking better in their neigh Candy Cathartic lOo orZSa William Kerchevel and wife of Can pounds 4 2 and 1 per bushel Dark nights sometimes like charity If C C Ciscnreta cura druKKlHts refund mooey formation that his son Jasper Wilson of J K Kennedy 4000 pounds 5 4 and 1 C rail to nelton Ind arethe guests of Mr and hood The Hon A J Thompson has gotten cover a multitude of sins Chicago Ills was sSarried to Miss Lizzie James Batman Mrs Thomas Wroo 3000 pounds l and 2 back from the Legislature and says what Mrs Moris Beard and her cousin Miss DR CALDWELLS Bl We had lots of court in our town Fri- Â¬ King of that city He has a lucrative Lawrence Carroll 2000 pounds 3 50 2 tbey did forthe Gold Bugs and Repub Â¬ Capt David Duncan Superintendent Allione Murray of this city who has day Meade county was represented by position being an expert machinist He and 50 James Potters 2000 pounds 4J licans iu the way of the Goebel bill was DIGESTION of the Brackenridge Cannel Coal Com Â¬ been her guest arrived here yesterday wagon loads left this city when sixteen years of age 2 and 3 Walter Powers 2600 pounds a plenty evening They will go to Louisville toÂ¬ pany went to Louisville yesterday Co had a protrac Adolphus Jordan Kdnruto Your Iloweli With CtucareU The Louisville Post has proven itself 5 and 2 William Powers 1000 pounds Mr Jess Clarkson the cattle man of ted rail splitting several days last week Candy Cathartic cure constipation foretei Americas greatest medlcino Is Hoods day for a short stay 0e 23c If a O C fall druggists refund money to be equal to any emergency that might 5 3 and 1 Silas Warner 2000 pounds Big Springs was in this community the Ha saparilla which curtB when all other Those who reside in the country and Mr and Mrs Chas Anderson of Stiths up when the reading public want to 4 and 1 other day and purchased several bunches Valley are the happy parents of a little preparations fall to do any good what- are deprived of the market reports should tome news Its special war news features take advantage of the News columns A thrill of terror is experienced when of cattle the majority of which were two girl born about a week ago ever shows enterprise and that money isnt This matter is corrected every week and Will Paul and Mies Alico Brock were a brassy cough of croup sounds through year olds lib paid 4 cents for them I Mis J A Mayball and sn Charle an object when It comes to enligbting Dr Baxter and wife Cal Pickerel and married at the residence of Cal Basbam the he use at night But the terror soon vent to Louisville Friday They will the quotations are reliable the public changes to relief after One Minute Cough Floyd Lamkln made a trip to the city Tuesday evening March 8th May theirs be absent some two weeks with her sis - Do not neglect thoiosolld silver spoons For Infanta and Children Rev L C Harriswho has had charge Cure has been administered Kate and last week While there Dr Baxter and be a long and happy life They will make ter Mrs Florence Crockett 014 Third at F N DHuys He will sell them for of tho pastorate of the colored M E harmlesi for children Short nifu- their home In our town Haynes wife purchased a nice lot of furniture lOdaysor as long asthoy last at 300 per etreet tlalli Mrs Baxter made a weeks visit over in Our men folks called a halt as to their Stfului set of 0 regular tea spoon size in assorted church for five years will leave next Mr L L Wilkerson camo in from week for Terre Haute Iud Ho goes to If Pells Patent Wagon Hod Plates New Albany white robed beds ou sunny hillsides and Chicago Ills Monday He will spend fancy handles Money refundod it they attend the annual conference This is One of the most useful and handy in- Â¬ do not please you sent postage free The calamity howlers are not as num spent a few hours in their gardens plant Â¬ several weeks with his mother Mrs J 0 the expiration of the term allowed by John Bennett is lying quite ill at his the Bishop and his congregation regret ventions to farmers and all users of wa erous as they were a short time ago ing peas potatoes c a couple of weeks Wilkerson Ho has been absont from gons is Pells new device for holding the They have realized that condition equal- - ago and now witli the rains we hope for home in Louisville and doubts are en to give him up tills town for five years rod on the end gate of a wagon You ired every thing pertaining to commerce early gardens tertained as to his recovery Mr Bennett It should be the duty of every house- Â¬ Misi Carrie Owen writes very encour- Â¬ will never have to hammer and lose pa- Â¬ but notwithstanding you now and then Given Up By Four Doctors keeper to investigate the quality of the formally lived at Stephensport where he tience waste valuable time in removing find one that is a calamitous as ever agingly to one ot our Bay Viewers acted for many years as wharf master and grades of tea and spices used When you Beaver Dam O Aug 27th 1805 the rod from your end gate If you use Miss Carrie is a prime favorite ot ours I failed last week to contribute any and what she says makes us grow taller 10 1 out you will be fully conpensated to express agent He has a large numb r My daughter after being treated by one ot these devices They can be used of friends in this county who will be sor- Â¬ visit Gregory Gibson lour doctors and being given up for lost on old as well as on new wagons They items and guess it was owing to the war Come over Carrio and help us out BURAS ry to learn of his serious illness Ofllcers arrived in Louisville Monday a neighbor recommended Foleys Kidney save time and trouble and they save news that I was wholly engrossed with Misses Mary Board and Lillian Beard The graphophone entertainment given cure Today she Is able to walk several the wagon bed They are cheap and and just as I had about recovored from two of Hardineburgs lovely girls are from Rockford Ulsr to take Charge of WAGON MAKERS William II Slaton who was arrested in at the Elm Street Methodist church on miles without fatigue I feel we would durable and will last a lifetime Send the war shock the Goebel bill explod- Â¬ visiting with Miss Blanche Jolly ed hence I didnt fully recover in time that city last week It is stated that he last Friday night under the auspices of have lost her if it was not for your modi 25 cents to J O Pell Mr and Mrs B A Hardaway of Gus Sons Lewlsport to send in Mr W W Watson of Louisville was a cine Respectfully is wauttd for some serious offenses ton spent last Thursday as guests ot ye Ky for a sample pair HORSESHOEING Etc Mrs S M Bailey success financially and otherwise The Dempsy Cleaver colored has been scribe This mrans we had a good time Samuel Porter went to Fordayllle Fri Â¬ A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell spacious church was crowded and the very unfortunate ot late Within the nt our house as everyone enjoys the good day He will open a wagon shop in that audience was well pleased with the en Â¬ man Stephensport Gordon past ten days he has lost his two young cheer and kindliness these two dear peo- Â¬ I have just opened anew blacksmith Haynes placa As soon as he can arrange every- Â¬ Patesyille E A Witt Ilardinsburg tertainment est children The oldest of the two died ple carry with them Long may they shop at Burns where I am prepared thing he will move his family Sam is ot membraneous croup and the youngest live to bless their numerous friends and to do all kinds ot work in that line Eskridgf of Hardlnsbuiy Mr Jetsill an industrious energetic fellow and died of membraneous croup and dlptb relatives Pictures has been appointed storekeeper and I am also authorised to solemniza thoroughly understands his business and eria combined Mr and Mrs II J Albright invited the rights of matrimony one who will make a useful citizen to ganger under Collector Franks of Harbored In Clover Creek la a floating Owrnsboro Mr Eekridge is a young gallery Tblsgillery is under the man- Â¬ Mr Sam Carden near Irvington visit- Â¬ their neighbors and friends to their home Fordjvllle man in every way qualified for the posi- Â¬ agement of II P MacQiithy ed his brother Ansel ot near thla place Wednesday March Dth to wltnrsi the JAMES A TUCKER Sons While the west bound local was setting tion and will fill it with credit He is They are recognized as first class artists last Saturday and by the way Ansel has marriage of their daughter Ella toOrlie Â¬ off some cats on the Yn Monday morn a young lawyer by profession and a It is a strengthening food and just Invented a wire twister and It is Gundiff of Gaston With pleasure we vavvvyyayat and all of their work la guaranteed to be ing the Trxaa came very near losing staunch Republican a daisy little implement too he says he all accepted the invitation and enjoyed ot the best They are not the cheap tonic remarkable In its flesh-formione of her handsomest brakeraaa who is Mr Ollla Lockard who formerly lived John photographers but bear a state rep properties It contains Cod will not havo it patented The instru the event immensely The bride was known all along the road as the Texas lovely and the groom is to be congratu in this city is now redding in Cham Â¬ utation to any ot thai largest city pho- Â¬ Liver Oil emulsified or partially ment Is to build wire fences Battle Axe While stepping froca one paign III Ho Is ia the city on a visit to tographers The other day I heard a Populist re Â¬ lated over such a conquest They will remain some- Â¬ digested combined with the well car to another he lost his footing and fell his relatives and friends He was quite time and desire whether you are need Â¬ known and highly prized Hypo mark Well It does seem that the old XLana Hardaway a little heavily to the ground He escaped un Â¬ young when he left here but has growa ing any work or not tip call and examine phosphites of Lime and Soda so CourUr Journal which has been cussed yuaughter ot Mr and Mrs C D Harda FOR RKNT Tho old Hardin farm on Clovor hurt but was badly frightened way uieu on eaturuay morning March to be a hiadsoBse aad energetic young their pictures The Nkws assures you recknrldg county Kor term u Lr5e that their potency is materially so much by the DemocratsIs as departing 10th after a very painful Illness and was ply to Julius Hardin At the home of llor and Mrs T V man from Democratic doctrine the one that that the bisst of treatment wiM be shown Increased Joiner their bright little daughter Miss Mtn la at is sticking to Democratic principles and buried in the old burying ground on the WANTED Dclactlvni yery county to act VX The road leading fiom this city and yoa They haye an excellent boat well undr luttfuctlnoi Mary entertained Saturday evening beyond Pattersons It is the party that has departed from place Sunday afternoon She was one of wrlenca unnCMWy Addreu Universal Datec hill is getting la a equipped for doing good work Their tlvo AgtocT IndlanapolU Ind The occasion was ia honor of hw eight fearfuj the true altb He had been comment the brightest loveliest children I ever condition The Mew la conver Â¬ price are the regular established prices birthday Those Invited were the mam saw and it seems so strange that this STKAVBD Krom my farm on lha pike a Ham- ing upon tbeJGoebel bill sation wtth farmers who travel the road bya photographers crop off right car black It will arrest loss of flesh and I beta of her Sunday School class aad her say little one with everything to make her Will gin i reward lor any Information ofItgs his that the reeeut rains have put the iC JLi rtWhile plpfrie too near a sinkhole life restore to a normal condli althful and Instructive tascbar MJw the very beat should have to go She wbanabouts or bli return to me Chat K CMit The Ball Htira Mact hill Id such acoadltlon Hut It is almost Mardlntburr Ky otber day Hugh HardawayVfae tif Ma garet Bowmer infant the child and the a belHged to ourSabbath School aad knew impassable sorrel mare slipped In and s There was a called wbtinjf the heirs TICK All persona knowing ihcmielnes will enrich the blood of the ainSHcsl gqpe to the bottom which would have and wag our boubjs well though so young NO detitad to the undersigned cither by nolo In or Mr R T Court spaclal sopreme dep Â¬ The following fwkuwr of the Kirk to the Ball estate ot this county la this was about 30 account will pleas call and arrange same Our uty oi the Supreme Ruling of tbeFrater neighborhood delivered their tobeeeo la elty Saturday Thre Is q iite an enor Â¬ will stop the cough heal the irrTtafeet had it not bees for two rocks in We know to alght that she Is safe in the old aaiiintsa must be settled We can be found at of beautiful land mi Myatle Circle 1mm baaa ia the city Haweevllle last weekWm M Mattlag mous estate lying la trust in Philadel Â¬ tlon of the throat and lungs and either side of the eava about five faat arias Jam aad la that the redaesaar loeMel Hcston Willis Co W II Bowmer it ia aiatjiBg the sosgs of boo We from the top that bald tha ware uU tor several iUi Mr Court orgeat d a ly 3000 It at 6 4 ami 18 Ell B phia Pa aad Washlagtofl D O It It cure Incipient consumption tna paraata bearta are so sore aad see FARMERS TAKK NOTKK I bare sal bush ledge mhh two years ago aad wet with Makiafriy SJOflO 7 4 and 2 for arrived Twelve sotimatod that there are something near make this statement because the aataB ymk the way la dark bow that bar loved Ma rns4 aitkkakei tad well he l snakiest acre He haa otne to revive Janus aad Will Mattlsgly 4000 lbs at 100 heUa a this county The objeet of experience of twenty five years has Urge rfxs with tlta aisfaUma e a bawa aooa will ha oa earth bo aaora Dear bushelsbeaejUMiaf la ptaex aaland from ao vs vkv- Rood iwoetM 40 friaada wa gtva oar Jove ias preventative o4caoUraan4 the onta aad has taken litto the ordr 7 8 II Willis Delia vn Ambrose thla mot ting was to elect a representa Â¬ proven It In tens of thousands of extrk4wl Um aaiaaal ltm it paribus thy ia tbt sad hyoa avawaat aad iraipa buekeU A ht keeaa ba suck thrifty eolw that k la aJ boom twenty flya or thirty new members MaUiaglyaod Wllllamaoa Brown also tive In thla county Mr W L Pato was Tba Haws is huBtaviag aaott laaua kaeniilbte fee aUtassto take fcU of tkaaa aoadllioa 4 tnyu SCOTTS IhmImm aesvl arder aad remittance if Yj ai Tola asent orgaulssUoa U rapidly grow mad a daliywy bat we wnM not leant Uctod to roproMat thorn with Mr F y wfcUa afttttbg hoard sar ajfr tha haat Slaia aad ooaaty mm tksM4 1 wffl sM tbesa ApVH 1st Mikea3 im mm I im K ilwmMi tU0 ar war iog and eoaalag Is toe front tbapfkaortbaasBOaat Ywk tOWHt OiriMt few SCOTT K DUay aa asjiroiary TVWf-lrvtetoUatbar baas a tn Um m art djw m law FrtllUj A CLEAR HEAD Ttroat Troubles Afiers Ckcrry Pectoral MXkTo Invcsij io A Known Fact These Bargain MSSWASWWLocal Brevities - Tutts Liver Pills SW fVirt 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Pe-ru- -i Â¬ SULZERS vm8m 8mmmmmmm OASTOIUA -- Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-- Â¬ Ws22S Â¬ OASTOHIA YRUP pepsi fy 5YRUP PEPSipl Â¬ CASTOR A Â¬ ANEW zt Blacksmith Shop At What is Scotts Emulsion ng wy aViJfVSVfVrJ WANTS WhatWiiiltDo - It - lbit yt tt ti Ttpbr at aaste gd fc e- iiCiiiv Pi i t v ixxi itSOLi a j4JMLjJiilir laj4LWMsKBaiaW t VtiAr - ktaafcyMLWw 5 M - 6 Breckenridge WEDNFSDAY MAIIOH TH News 23 BItROKlirNRIDQia NHWS OLOYERPOHT ItY THE WEEKS VMS BUDER TROUBLE The bladder was created for one pose namely a receptaclo for urine and Msuchitis not liable to any form of disease except by one or two ways The first way is from imperfect action of the kidneys The second way is from care- Â¬ less local treatment of other diseases pur- Â¬ DUKESR 188 Mothers of child birth can be almost en j tirelv avoided WineofCardul1 ITEM8 SELECTED AND ARRANGED FOR CONVENIENCE FINE NEW FACTORY To De Built by J Robinson Nor Will be One of the At Tns discom Â¬ and Sf -- BBBBBf ton Co Largest John M vinisEL Any One Majr Reeom Thoronshly In Â¬ formed on leading KtcbU of the limy br Slmplj- - UUnclas Down This Col- Â¬ umn No Loiik Story I Neeessitrjr Slonilajr In the Country I r pointment here Sunday Our worthy editor aud Mr Goodnir ht were in town last week Mr JT Hanks and son Robert will HANCOCK COUNTY visit Louisville tiiis week Jim Jackson and Mr Snowdon Hawes Saturdays CuriJn villc nru here loading staves Forrest Lihtfoot graduated in mediMrs It bscca Watlington was the cine at St Loire Wednesday night and guett of Mrs J T Hanka laat week b expectt d home at any time Mrs G Napper from C overport waa N G Uatbee who formerly lived here the guest of Mrs Bettie Napper Sunday now but lives in lirrckenridge county Mrs P D Hawkins Union Star visit Â¬ was here this vtetk circling among his ed relatives here Saturday and Sunday many friends Mr Gardner Hawkins waa with his Twenty per cent of the Itobt Pierce churns were paid on Tuesday by AtBignee son P D Hawkins Union Star last Barry The crtditoia will receive about week It v Ferrell from HaweBvllle will that much more Mr Ed Brown of Daviess county aud preach at the Baptist church here the Miss Mh daughter of Hobt Wright of Second Suuday in April Dr and Mrs David White and Little Pence rchool house were married at the Milliard Biggs returned home Saturday Arcade Wdiietday evening Gordon MtGavock of Bteckentidge from a pleasant visit to relatives in Tob county delivered his t birco here Thurs inpport We are glad to know that Boy Bra- day Ihaia his a cond tear to Bell in thia market and he says it is the beet in hear lias procured a position with the groterman A Button of Louisville the couutry Gho ts are roaming about in varicu Koy is a noble boy and deserves a word parts of town They have been at several of praise Mra B A Cundiff and little granddoors the past week and are wearing a black mask For further particulars see children after spending tho winter in Florida witli her daughter Mra Rey- Â¬ Jo Sapp or 0 d Gllliaus Quarterly Lourt was in session for a nolds will arrive to morrow Tuesday Hasty judgment of the actions of others abort time Monday The only cape in We which a contest resulted was Cooney is dangerous and often unjust Schadd vs J I Cooper A judg menl measure too much by some tuperflcia was remit rid for plaintifl for the appearance and condemn hastily when difference being over the count of some if we knew all and understood the mo tivs anil reasons we would warmly cross ties approve Mrs Mary Eden Pari wood an aged lady died at the home of her son V P PELLVILLE Collard Fridav morning Her remain were taken to Utility Ky Saturday We have a fine proopt ct for a fruit afternoon f ir burial Three sons and a crop daughter survive Iter She wrs 7- - years Miss Alico Jett returned from Hender Â¬ of age Tell City Journal son last week Henry Haynes has filed suit in the cirV M Mowley went to Deanfleld cuit court aitaim t ex Sheriff Funua for Thursday on business about SIOOO for 18H7 county claims More ground broke up here than has The Hancock Deposit Hank has also tiled a similar suit for about the same amount been at this date for years Jeff Oldham I as likewise cued the ex Dr Delaa Haynep of Owensboro was Sheriff for 12 for faiure to return an here mending teeth last week tx cution ii ttied on a replevin bond A bill annexing Cuba to the United Tom and Joo Poll have all tlui neces- Â¬ States paaed the Moot house here list sary equipments now to puth along their week new industry wagon pates The wpgon Mrs Thomas Jett who 1ms been dun men aud makers of wagons speak in the gerously Biek for sometime is thought highest commendable terms of the pat- Â¬ to be improving ent Tom ainl Joe aro umially successful Barnard Moseley of Owensboro vis t in all their efforts and that they will ed the Moseley boys hero last Saturday succeed in this new enterprise as assured returning home Monday Lewispoit corrtspondent J L Brown our Representative ar Â¬ rived home lai t week from Frankfort proud of having voted against the Gce FROM FOOT TO KNEE bel bill Adam Haw a says that llm a are ira Ohio Woman Suffered Great Agony He Bays the people are buy Â¬ From a Terrible Soro Her Story of proving ing more gooda this ppriifg than they the Case and Her Cure For many years I was afflicted with o have for several years Old Grandma Hale died at Win J milk leg and a tow years ao it broke out She waa a g od christian lady In sore and spread from my foot to my Smith knee I guttered gnat agony It would in her 8 year aud leaves a host of burn and itch all tho time and discbarge children grandchildren and srreat irrand great deal My health was good with children aud friends to mourn her lots the exception of this sore I tried a great Last Friday night JalUr Ashby and many kinds of salve but some would Irritate tho soro so that I could bardly two more tfliceiB slipped in hero from stand the pain I could not go near the Owensboro and capturtd Frank Bouty They went Are without suffering intensely Simeono Morris for counterfeiting sent me papers containing testlmonlali of to his house and watched him through cures by Hoods Sarsaparills and I told a rrack in the wall until ho had turned my husband I would like to try this med- Â¬ out two or three dollars and then broke icine lie got me a bottle and I found it in and handcuffed him It is supposed helped me I kept on taking it until my that there is a nest of counterfeiters here I cannot limb was completely healed and Bouty will now peach oa then praise Hood Saruaparllla enough for the great benefit it has been to me It KecTTbodi Says Be cleanse the blood of all Impurities and Cascnreta Candy Cathartic the most woa 13 Mas Anna aerful mudlcul discovery of tlio ago pleas leaves It rich awl Hire ant and refreshing to the tasie act gestly Kakkm WkMkMy Ohio and positively on kidneys liver and bowels jNiy Hoods SarwparllU of all cleansing the entire sjstem Ye colds only JfooUs Jcji sim to drug t rotiaurauies a asetfl lilllniidBA ruID DIa imuHuai 1S I aTWrla HmO f0a0loslay10HrLMoiu J-- 1EMI I c cuonuitoea to sum ity m drugfUte Jm o H iww J mi yffi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cotlcr Journal Itoblnson Norton A Co of tlila city who recently purchased a large lot on Division street New Albany have had the plana for their new clothing fac- Â¬ tory to b i effected on the lot made by Mr John Hutching the architect and with Â¬ in a few days they will contract for the building It is expected that the factory will be coiupleed and r ady for occu pancy by May 15 The now building is to be of brick built according to the iueursneo lavs of tho Statu of Indiana and as near lire proof as human ingenuity can devis It will be one of tho largest clothing factories in the Wt at and South It will bo 80xlG2J f et in txlent and the top fljor will be used t xclueivuly as a ma Â¬ chine room Tliia fl or will be lighted by windows on the four aides and in addition will have a akylight HxIGlJ Uel affording both light and ventilation Electricity will be used as the motive power and for light rg tie building at night The factory when completed will have in operation 1100 machinepwith GOO work- Â¬ men in all departnienbaiid a weekly payroll of 2 GOO Kvery convenience will be afforded for the operatives and in order to insure enfi ty the two entrances to the machine room will be entirely discon nected f oui the main buildirg Seven years pg J M It biueon Nor Â¬ ton Co established a clothing factory in New Albany runulrg at that time but forty machines Since then they have been compelled to retnoe their plant twice and in three years the growth of their business has been such that the proposed new factory with greater facil ties has been an absolute necessity Their business now extends NorthSoulb East and West The buildirg of this new factory together with the rtsump Hon of operation in the woolen mills that will take place within a few weeks ami other proposed indu itriep will put New Albany in her former position as one ol the foremost manfacturing points in Indiana Â¬ Â¬ nancy less painful shortens labor and hastens recovery after child birth It helps a woman bear strong healthy children tonetothegen italorgansand nut tlirtn in condition to do their work That makes preg Â¬ perfectly relieves exÂ¬ pectant moth ers It gives Win CAld happiness1 thousands of homes barren for years A few doses often brings Joy to loving hearts that long for a darling baby No woman should neglect to try it for this trouble It cures nine cases out of ten All druggists sell Wino of Cardul too per bottle For sdrlea In eases requlrlnr special directions address siYlnr symptoms the Ladles Advisory Department The Chattanoora Medicine Co Chatta Dooea Term has also brought to of Jedsrson Ca says t When I first took Wine of Cartful we had been married three years but could not have any children Nine months later 1 had a One girl btby Mrs LOUISA HALE STEPEHNSPORT Miss Blanche Moseley is at home from Sample Mrs S II Dix went to Louisville Monday Mrs F B Lacy and sou returned home last week Mr Milt Miller was in town one day last week Miss Ada M Hanks spent Saturday with her parents Master Hewitt Dix is visiting his aunt Mrs L It Atkisaon Bro Cundiff will fill his regular ap- Â¬ Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kid Â¬ neys is the chief cauao ol b adder troubles The reconstruction of tho English It is comforting to know that Dr Kit cabinet seems Imminent Â¬ The government is purchasing caval- mers Swamp Root fulfills every wish in quickly curing bladder and urinary trou ry horses In South Dakota War materials are to be admitted blea It corrects fn quent calls inability into tho United States freo until Jan 1 toholdutlne and scalding or stinging 1899 ffVcts follow fialn in passing it or bad i the use of liquor wine or beer and Mrs Frances Hodgson Burnett nov- Â¬ elist of Washington has sued for di- Â¬ overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times vorce during the night to nrinatn The mild Purycar a leading business and extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers TH man of Poducab Ky suicided by Swamp Root is soon to be realized It Stands the highest for its wonderful cures shooting If you Colonel Frederick W Coffin of Chi- Â¬ of the most distressing cases cago brother of the historian and nor need a medicine you should have the best At drupgstR fifty conts and one elist is dead dollar Yon may have a pample bottle The crow of the British ship Ansyrn and pamphlet both Bent free by mall from Hongkong which arrived in New upon receipt of three two cent stamp to York complain of cruel treatment by cover coat of poalcgo on the bottle Mention the BiiKCKKNRinaB News and tho captain Co send your address to Dr Kilmer The ship William T Parker laden N Y Tho proprietors of this paper with guns and ammunition was seized guarantee the genuineness of thia offer in New York harbor on suspicion of BLAMES HIS WIFE being a filibuster Saturday The Grand Duko and duchess of V H Slaton Arrested on a Security Hesso have separated On Serious Charges Warrant Hon B K Bruce register of the Says He Is Innocent treasury is seriously ill A large number of bogus silver dol- Â¬ lars In circulation in Denver Courier Journal John Daly was acquitted of the mur- Â¬ W II Slaton thirty two years of age der of Lula Folles In St Louis was- - arrested last night by Detectives In London It Is considered that war Maher and Sexon on a security warrant between the United States and Spain He ia thought to bo wanted in Rockford is inevitable 111 The detectivea also say that there is Placards have been posted In Madrid of 500 offered for his capture urging the election of the Weylerlto a reward Capt Maher received information that candidates Mrs A Piatt of Detroit sister of Slaton was in the city and a search waa Secretary of War Alger died at Nor- Â¬ made for him He was captured on Jef- Â¬ ferson street between Second and Third wich Mont Dr Trumbull Cleveland of New He was taken to Chief Sullivans office York is charged with manslaughter be- Â¬ and questioned for an hour His state Â¬ ments were conflicting and CaptSulllvnn cause one of his patients died wired the Rockford authorities Early Friday Guatemalan rebels are becoming tiiis morning no answer to the teleurara quite active had been received In one of Slatons John Rico waa killed In Chicago by pockets waa a letter purporting to be from s falling wall Chief C F Adams Marshal of Clover Soapy Smith nas been ordered to port Ky The letter read aa follows leave Skaguay W II Slaton ia wauted in Rockford Charles McKhann Is wonted In Chi- Â¬ for grand larceny He ia thought to have cago for forgery stolen a bicycle here Some peoplo think Hailstones as large as duck eggs fell he ia nleo guilty of committing a murder at Columbus Ind in Rockford last November That ia not Poor Immigrants are to bo excluded true from British Columbia Slaton was asked how be came to have Five Chinamen have been ordered the letter in his possession He said Mardeported from Galveston shal Adams bad given it to him P S Wrenn customs clerk has been Why did not Marshal Adams arrest arrested at Galveston for embezzle- Â¬ you when he knew beyond doubt that ment you were wauted for larceii asked Walter Sanger Pullman was married Capt Sullivan to MIsb Louise Lander West of San He is a good friend of mine replied Francisco Slaton Ben Atwater aayB there Is enough Slaton admitted that he waa in Rock- Â¬ food In the Klondike to last the pres- Â¬ ford last November when the murder is ent population two years said to have occurred Thursday I am not a bit more guilty of murder Socialists engaged in a riot at Buda Â¬ My father than a baby said Slaton pest waa Jailer of Breckenridge county fo Five persons suicided in St Louis twelve years and I am of a good family in 24 hours For a number of years I hove been a fore Â¬ Japan has purchased a torpedo cor Cronwall the bridgn vettte which the Krupps were building man for Willard contractors I superintended the construc- Â¬ for Brazil City Marshal Georgo H Leonard of tion of a big bridge near Rockford III Cameron Mo was murdered by a last November My wife is the cause of the whole trouble We separated and negro burglar Fifty cars of rails were shipped from she swore she would not atop until ahe This ia Milwaukee to tho Klondike to be used landed me in the penitentiary In constructing a railroad her first move I think ahe turned me Congressman Grosvenor denies that up to the detectives the president desires congress to ad- Â¬ journ In the immediate future Now is the timo Spain has offered to purchase a lot ovory ouo Â¬ of old steamers from the North German Lloyd Steamship company should tako a Â¬ sAtirirNiiivT tHii that Wednesday Prairie fires ore raging near Cimar- Â¬ ron Kan The breeders law of Missouri has been declared constitutional The Populists will nominate Tom Watson for governor of Georgia The inheritance tax law of Missouri has been declared unconstitutional Perry Gardiner beat Will RogerB brains out with a club In Carroll Ills Charles E French a former Ohloan suicided In Redlands Cat by shooting Fred Bronstlne shot and killed his wife and then wounded himself near Wllllamatown la William J Koerncr was sentenced to life Imprisonment for murdering his wife In New York John E Reldlck got two years for stealing 9000 from the Police Relief association of St Louis Spider Kelly James Curtin was seriously stabbed by Solly Smith pu- Â¬ gilist in a San Francisco saloon Tueiday Senator Thurstons wife died In Cuba spring touio to Btrongthoa tho system uud pre paro for tho extra Sheriff Gilbert of Medina 0 has re slgend gold amounting to Australian 12000000 Is coming to America Calvin Galea 8 was killed at Urbana 0 by a wagon running over him Dayton Coal company of Dayton Tenu advanced miners wages 10 per Unless Naturo is as Â¬ sisted in this task tho strain on tho systom is too sovore and a breakdowu is tho result Somo pooplo negloot to supply thiB as Â¬ sistance and as a result thoy ore ovorcomo by an enervating de- Â¬ pressed fooling their onorgios reÂ¬ lax appotito fails and they aro totally disabled for a season Evorybody just now neods a tonio and Swifts Speoifio of Bummor lating for a year must bo got toa rid of and tho system reno- Â¬ vated and prepared for tho siege domauds of Nature Every spring tho system is thoroughly over- Â¬ hauled thoro is a general house cleaning going on within Tho impurities that havo boon accumu Â¬ But little farming was done last week on account of too much rain A number of loads of tobacco passed through town Thursday some to Hawes villeand some to Cloverport The warm weather has made tho whoa1 fl Ids look as green as they usually look the lust of April Tho prospect is favor Â¬ able for a large yield this year Peach treei have cunmenced to bloom buds are bursting forth on tho trees fl wers are bloomirg and Spring seems to have come in earnest Jack froet may come along yet and cause Spring to take a back seat awhile Our postmaster must be the stoutest man in town at least he is tho only man known to have carried a saw log The wet weather may cause some peoplo to plant their potatoes in the ground instead of the moon this lime Tom Pate has been paataeelng his way part of the time the last two weeks caused by a thorn bush striking him In tho eye but is better at thia writing All the girls seemed happy last Sun Â¬ day all having sweethearts We sup- Â¬ pose the boys are thinking what a com- Â¬ fort it will be while fightlm Spaniards to know there is one whos waiting and watching for the cruel war to be over The blood of the forefathers of our country has all run out of our Presidents veins If such a treacherous act as the blowing up of the Maine had been done during General Jacksons administration he would have left tho White House in the hands of his vice president and at the army would have bad Spain under tho lash before McKinley can get ready to commence Those days it waa liberty honesty and patriotism now it is decep alnn dishonesty and lusting after the mighty 100 cents Messrs Lnrn and Will Smith of Glen deane spent Thursday night with Nate Starka They were on their way to Twenty five years is a long time es-Â¬ Hawesvllle to deltvar tobicco to Steret pecially for a woman to work in the gall- Â¬ and Company ing harness of a metropolitan newspaper THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Such is the record of Mrs Cromwell vice prtaident of the Womans national Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be press association In the service of the Chicago Herald As Washington corres- Â¬ Cured pondent she telegraphed to her paper An Eminent New York Chemist and Scien- Â¬ the daily reports of the proceedings of the famous electoral commission of 1877 tist Makes a Free Offer to Our A quarter of a century of racing work Readers like this has enabled Mrs Cromwell to know what nerves mean Her faith The distinguished New York chemist in Paines celery compound to restore T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ the nervous system when it is rundown of a reliable and absolute cure for ery and depressed by work worry rush or Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis sickness cannot bo lightly set aside and all bronchial throat lung and Washington D O Feb 19 1810 cheat diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal 1002 Q St general decline and weakness affections Co Welle Richardson loss of flesh and all conditions of wast- Â¬ A young lady residing Gentlemen ing away will send THREE FREE BOT in my family who had tried various TLES all different of his New Discov- Â¬ remediea for nervous debility and deeries to any afflicted readerof the Bkeck pleted condition of th system found bnridqk Nkws writing for them great and permanent relief from the use has His New Scientific Treatment of Paines colery compound I can cured thousands permanently by its therefore recommend thia excellent rem Â¬ timely use and he considers it a simple edy to thoae in need of treatment of the professional duty to Buffering humanity same kind Ellen S Cromwell to donate a trial of his infallible enre Women have their health much more Science daily develops new wonders largely iu their own bauds than they are and thia great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ accustomed to belibve menting for years has produced results The impure blood that undermines the as boneficial to humanity as can be stomach and the nervous system can be claimed by any modern genius His as Â¬ unquestionably enriched the number sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ of the red corpuscles increased and the tion are curable in any climate is proven circulation cleansed of humors by Paines filed celery compound Sleepliueas that caus- Â¬ by heartfelt letters of gratitude in his American and European laborator es much of the nervous prostration ies in thousands from those cured in all among women is entirely within the parts of the world Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ chial cheat and lung troubles lead to GLENDEANE Consumption which uninterrupted meana speedy aud certain death Simply write to T A Slocum M 0 Leverinirs roaiteJ offde ouritv euar 08 Pine atreet New York giving post anteed only 10c per package at W O office and expreBH address aud the free Moorman a medicine will be promptly sent Suffer- Â¬ The nicest best and cheapest shoes ers should take instant advantage of his for men women and children at W O generous proposition Doctor that you saw his Moormans Please tell the Our Diamond Brand shoes areture offer in the Bkkckknkiikii News to please Put your foot in a pair and haye a fit W O Moorman Candidate For Cong rets Lexington Ky March 17 James B Our ludies shirt waistp belt collar McOreary ex congressman announced ties etc are unsurpassed for style and himself a candidate for congress from beauty Call and see them W0 the Eighth district saying he supports Moorman tho Bryan platform adopted at Chicago What brought these rose my pretty Why Rlston Health Food maid Have You Had the Grip 1 Rtlston Htalth Food If you have you probably need a reli- sir she said able medicine like Foleys Honey and for sale by W O Moormau Tar to heal your lungs and atop the If you want an eli gint fit in a suit of racking cough incidental to thia disease clothes we can fill your order Not Foleys Honey and Tar Cough Medi withstanding the high tariff our prices clue is ui questionably the beet remedy are cheaper thau ever W O Moorma for the throat and lungs Pleasant to One box of Ralston Health Club A R Fisher take and is guaranteed Breakfast Food contains more nutriment Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens than 4 pounds of snrloin steak and o sts port Gordon Haynes Pateiville much less than half For sale by W O E A Wilt Hardinaburg Moorman Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m YEARS WITH HERALD -- Ui Mrs E S Cromwell has utmost faith in PAINE S CELERY COMPOUND 11 4 3 --jfcS v A fry v control of every person who will take pains to correct the bad habit the brain lias fallen into Prof Edward E Phelps M D LL D of the Dartmouth medical school in announcing his wonderful dis- Â¬ covery of Paines celery compound at a meeting of the Dartmouth medical facul- Â¬ ty showed how closely he had studied in all their bearings upon health such disorders as sleeplessnese blood impuri- Â¬ ty and tho nervous diseases that are likely to follow such dally poisoning of the system Paines celery compound bv its pro- Â¬ nounced nourishing power enables the nerves to get back their control over the circulation bo that the blood supply be- Â¬ comes greatest where it ia most needed aa in the stomach after eating and least where its presence can only do barm as in the brain when sleep ia needful The nerves when they are Rtrong and properly nourished limit the flow of blood to the head and draw off the ex- Â¬ cess from the brain tbui insuring re Â¬ freshing sleep Persons who wake up tired drowsey aud ambitionless or cau not sleep a whole night through are suf- Â¬ fering from disordered nerves Palnes Celery Compound calms and feeds the nerves even to their tiniest branches and they in their turn are enabled to tqualize the bood supply over the body thua sparing the heart preventing con- Â¬ gestions and rushes of the blood to the bead dizzness paralysis pain over the heart and those headaches that seem to come and go without any good reason and are so inexplicable to hosts of men and women were the guesaof his father-in-laMr Kit Martin last Sunday Mies Ruby Miller has returned home from Cecelia where she has been visit- Â¬ ing since Christinas Little Ltna Hardaway daughter of O D Hardaway died on the 10th inst of a complication of diseases Mr Emmet Williams and Miss Mat ilngly of Flaherty were the guests of the Mieses Medley last Sunday Mis Mary Mc Meador one of the most charming girls of theyourgjr 400 is vis iting her aunt Mrs Collie of Ljuiavillo Mr Lee a student of the Theological Samlnary In Louisville filled the pulpit at the Baptist Aiurch last Saturday and Sunday Miss Georgie Howell and Mr Charlie Peirpont accompanied Mies Ruby Miller home last Saturday and remained a day or two Miss Maud Doran who has been vis Â¬ iting friends and relatives in Cloverport Owensboro and Iryii g on returned home last Saturday Miss Emma Stith of Maz i Grove was the guest of Miss Horteuse Miller who was at home from her school last Satur Â¬ day and Sunday Mr Humkors and sou of Louisville were here last w eek looking at Mr Jv w Jones la rm witu a view of buyihn lie la to return shortly Â¬ s - T Killed by Mchtnlnif cent It Is rumored that the administra Â¬ tion will Incline to arbitration of the Maine disaster Charles Matthews la charged with the murder of his fatheh Dr A A Mat- Â¬ thews at Xeuia O V At Atlanta Judge John Berry struck Orth Stein a uewapspery man over the head with a bottle offcnlsilp and the latter drew his revolver r to the merits of Coujrh Remedy as one of most valuable and efficient nrenaratuV of the market It broke an exceedingly dangerous cough for me ia 2 1 hours and is logically tho bost tonio on tho Children and adults tortured by burns markot Tho geuoral hoalth nooda scalds iijuries era ma or skin diseases buildiug up henoo a tonio is needed may secure instant relief by ualDg De that is outiroly harmloss S S S Witts Witch liar I Salve It is the ispuroly vegotablo and is tho only great Pile remedy Short Haynes blood romedy that is guaranteed to contain no potash meroury or SSSffLBlood Allensvllle Ky March 17 Charley Boyers wife and child all colored They were were killed by lightning Inside a house when it was struck BIG SPRING Born to the wife of Charlie Anderson on the 15th a daughter Mr Morris Jacob of Louisville is here the gueet of Mr Herman 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