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ENRIDGE NEWS ALLi THEX NEXWS Ti THATS FIT TO PRINT APETL 6 1898 m rv r VOL XXII CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY W38 BIMETTALIST Becomes Eloquent In His Con Royal snakes the Ioo4 pars wholsioms and dsllcleae WHEN WAR BREAKS OPT CONGRESSIONAL SUMMARY In tlit Senate Contingencies Jtaraided In International Law WHAT IS FOR C9NTRMAND OF WAR Sea- - The Matter of Privateering Seizures at Coaling Naval Ships Our Previous War- Experiences Hostilities Usually Begin Without Form- Â¬ al Declaration of War Is n wrt Pv j up uu iiiuuu aiiu primmer uiuuaiJHUu genoral war followed and these wore tbo only collisions of any seriousness botwoon the naval powers of the two nations The supreme court of tho United State nas4noia mat war aoos not extinguish debts due from the citizens of one belUger- ent to those of another It morely suspends the remedy for their recovery Interest ceases Partnerships are suspended Also oontisots which may bo rtwiiifldH psaotv Imvar alLAhe Intercourse between cltl ceaa of onelftlllgerefl wlthelHen8 of tfee other Is Illegal unless sanctioned by the authority ot the govs aaeiU or In exercise of the rights of hum nlty Xvery nation at war with another la oonfiseatlng or destroying as it chooses all HtovaMe mperty of itse enestiy of aaykittel or stature whatsoever wherever found Whatevor coaduoee to tbo support of either belligerent may be seized either upon land or water SelstKM at m SeJiureof goods at sea wbea earrled la Mtitrul ships Is a source of endless trou Â¬ ble toaatfowdnrjB wars It Is tiara Oh tosgeryfeensjiitofswtk fosetfa 4w realists while International taw is oloudy as to some of the point of right the general pijpqlo 1 sound tbat geo4 Intended directly or Indirectly for the enemys supper way he frslsed wherever found But ordinary trade not In arUcUa by jbjkafar IdocVswtg ni Meehade h idm blag more taanawere paper bleekade It wast eeael of ayteal i Dm pert of the eaesay by weans of war- - written International law has dlroct or Indirect bearing upon hostilities botwoon na- Â¬ tions Most of tho wars of history havo come without a previous formal declaration thereof by either party Previous to tho present crisis the United States had formally declared war only oneo1 and that was against Great Britain in 18132Hra ltod or Inferential declaration1 agast Franco was made In 17p3 when Mbat country was harassing our oomniorce and levying unjust duties upon our ships in her ports But after congress had authorized tho presldont to equip an emergency army tho evils complained of were aaatod and no hostilities followed Tim War of 1813 In 1813 tho aggrosslonsof Great Britain had becomo Intolerable and after a pro- Â¬ longed and blttor debate congress on tho 18th of June patsed an act declaring war Thoro was opposition In both houses Tho Moxlonn war began without any formal declaration as of course U Id the war- - beÂ¬ neutTalortsBS of operations tween the states This war was aoiually ports In stress In progress from March toMay 184blt They may uVlpto neutral Weather or for miner purposes or to get the first congressional rooognltlon of it of provisions and fuel with whloh to reaoh was In May whon tho two bousos passed a homo but not to carry on their campaign law authorizing the president to rnlso Bn army After tho cessation of wart rfhihh agajnst tbo enemy Walter WellmaK start without forulal declaration tho courts aro always oalled In to deoldo the exact WAR INEVITABLE date on which hostilities began aa Impor Â¬ tant settlotnonts of admiralty and father Washington April 2 A con- oases depend wholly upon the date of out break of war fllct with Spain la now rcgard- Some of tbo bost writers on interna- Â¬ ed m inevitable by President tional law hold that when War breaks out MdilnloY and his cabinet it is tho duty of each of the powers to give In bis message to congress safe oonduot out of port to any vessels of which In 1J probability will be the enemy which may chance to bo visit sent In pext Monday and cer- ing there This applies idoVq ospoolaly to tafnly very eariy next week war whloh comes through formal declara- Â¬ tion and is basod wholly upon Justice and It Is understood that the presl- humanity If a nnvnV veswdof Spain wore dent vylUrevIewat some length In Now York harbor for Instance it the record as It stands between would be tbo duty of our government to this government and Spain but glvo hor safe escort out to sea because sho will not Insist upon further had come Into the harbor upon a frlondly mission and should not bo trapped and de Â¬ time in which to continue no- stroyed in a barbarlo manner simply bo gollattons looking to a peace-cause tbo two nations chanced to go to war ful solution pf the Cuban prob- wbilo sho was there It would bo Just as lem Indecent to regard a ship as legitimate Tho whole record will be laid prey of war under such clrcumstahcos as before congress ani the qucs- it would bo to attack and kill or capture a naval or military oifloer cf Spain who tlon Is sow under earnest con- might happen to bo In this country when alderatlpn ot what shall bo the war broke out particular form our policy shall Oar Kxperleuce With Franc take In bringing to an end tho It is a rather strango circumstance that horrors in Cuba and securing tho only wars with a European power In the Independence of tbo Island which the United States has hitherto en Propositions ranging from a gagcVl wore with Groat Britain onr Blath Â¬ simple recognition of Cuban er country and now the nation with whloh wo are least likely to have trouble Truo lnpeppsdence to a straight out i wo were dangerously near to war with declaration of war have been Franco 100 yoars ago Technically war urged at the Capitol but there tbt did exist fpr In February HP Is hardjy a doubt that the ma- Frenoh frigate LMnsurgenfe oaptarod the Jorlty of congress await the American schooner Retaliation and was In turn hersolf capturod by the United executive lead beforo taking Old Iron- Â¬ States frlgato Constitution action and Is disposed to adopt sides Later on tho Constitution had an Mr McKlnleys suggestion on engagement with another Frenoh frlgato this point of 60 guns and though tho American had It is thought that any of the but 80 guns tbo Frenchman struck his except possibly resolutions colors after a loss of 100 mon killed and simple recognition of Independ- wounded In the night however tha Frenchman escaped Though there was ence would lead to war no declaration of war on tho part of the United States or Franoe captures were Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WAsuiNotoN April C Special War groat gamo Fully one ball of all tho ottlcd and jtroublo Is at any Ume likely to arise over this phase of naval opera- Â¬ tions Thq ships otfho United States can run into our own ports for coal but where could Spanish ships get coal In caso their bunkers were empty while on this stdothe Atlantiof In Cuban ports If thero was coal enough thero nnd f thoTJnltod States Hoots had not blockaded thom In our own ports prSvftkd the Spaniards could capture ihom Thit n6t In tho ports of noutral no tions dot n Brazil or Control America or iSffico or the Bahamas The best autHorltlosagruo that coal may bo sold to the ships of a bolllgeront in n neutral port but only for tho purposo of enabling the ships to reach their homo ports Ausufipljyond this Is Ulogal For instancolf Spanish ships operating along our coasts run out of cool thoy may get at Halifax or Nassau a new supply sufflclont to take them book to Spain but not for the purposo of continuing tholr offensho movomonts against the United Stales All such quostions come undor tho rule which forbids belllgoront ships to ueo Â¬ aao Â¬ COUNTER ARGUMENT Washington April 1 Spain President Jtfcjtlnleyjs proposi- Â¬ tions She makes counter ar- Â¬ gument that Spain should her- Â¬ self be allowed to propose terms as to what should be doae regarding her own terri- Â¬ tory that the United States should not do so DJioovered By a Woran great discovery lias been wade anil that too bv a lady In this country Disease fastened tils clutches ydfsgeVeji pars she with stood its severest test but her vital or gR wre undermined and death jprjnrd lmmlBetor tjirpe nonha she coughed iwemently and could not sleep She finally discovered a way to reArr by ptwefajfK of us a 1 ot le of Dr lge w Dhovary for coneumr Uo and was so niucb relieved on tak arlretdoee that she alnl all nlolt mivkit tol0UlflbM beea abanluU neither accedes io nor declines Jwtlflfd Ify IntwaMcwal Uwla sbls Aothr Pf Â¬ etUiVosyWstiprJVbflly ut a4 A pWHellog leawrtai t totM wtoeWpirJaf Isutontrelk XML Maaslaaitf aabVias WBBB toWni3uihaf SOME POINTS WELL MADE Mlddlesborough Ky April 4 No new cases of smallpox have developed Amid Cut Throats posed of for three days Dr Wertenbaker who And Thieves Washington April 2 Secretary of has been In charge since the govern- Â¬ V Mr M T you spoke of other state requested to send Cuban consu- Â¬ ment wns given control will leave Wednesday He will bo succeeded by nations bringing their silver here to be lar correspondence to senate Resolu- Â¬ tion adopted Inquiring about protec- Â¬ Assistant Surgeon Hastings of New Or- Â¬ coined If wo have free coinage I con- Â¬ tend that that would be the btBt thing tion of seacoast cities of Georgia Lexington Ky April 4 Tho Con- Â¬ leans that could happen to usfor If one owners In tha II nine federate Veterans association of Ken- Â¬ Saw Denth Approaching Washlnjgton March 30 Harrodsburg Ky April 4 Edgar of sliver bullion a foreigner should Prlvato tucky held Its annual meeting here brirg his silver here to have it coined bills considered No vote reached on About 200 veterans were present Tho Sledger a Cincinnati Southern brake bill to pay for provisions and stores old officers wcro re elected Many short man vas fatally Injured nt Uurgln He into American dollars and then take furnished by loyal people of the south speeches wero made At all times tho was switching and his foot became them back to his own country he could during the rebellion old veterans were patriotic and many fastened In the frog As the car slowly not spend them as American dollars Washington April 1 During Cuban of their utterances were pathetic O S came down on him he bent over his but ho would be bound to have them debato Mr Grosvenor declared the ad- Â¬ Tenny of Lexington who was major of full length and his leg was cut off at weighed aud receive their amount in the money of his own country so the fact ministration from the president down tho Third Kentucky cavalry caused a the thigh was for free Cuba nnd would back It storm of applause as he finished by In- Â¬ is that he would be out jUBt what It cost MmikH lllte Fatal voking the protection of Provldenco In with force If necessary Tipton Ind April 4 A party of Ital- Â¬ him to export his silver to this country Washington Aprll 2 Decided to behalf ot Consul General Lee now at ians camped near here with an anlmnl And back home So it is so reasonable May Providence show have been meeting Havana He said sil- Â¬ trouble Fri- Â¬ build 24 instead of 12 torpedo boats guard and protect our brave Confeder- Â¬ day n bear escaped and seriously In- Â¬ toEiippose that if he does bring his Refused to reduce number of warships ver here and have it coined into Ameri- Â¬ ate comrade at Havana who stands to- Â¬ jured two men beforo being recaptured or price of armor plate day defying all danger amid a band of Saturday a monkey bit and scratched a can dollars that he nould spend it for American produce thereby circuiting 1inrers Ordered For 6innlnriii cutthroats and thieves This refer- Â¬ small child so badlyq that it died Madrid April 4 From all tho pul- Â¬ ence to the Spanish American situation Ids money among the American people pits In Madrid the priests read a letter brought cheers from the audience He would bring his foreign silver and War Strength ot the United State from the bishop of the diocese announ- Â¬ Washington April 1 The actual mi- Â¬ have it coined into American dollars and BABYS HEAD MASHED cing that he considered war to bo Im- Â¬ litia strength of the United States 1 leave hu dollar j with us and take minent nnd ordering prayers for tho A Second Fall However Hounded the 113760 men while tho tojal number of away our produce So you see my dear Skull Out success of tho Spanish arms men In the country liable to military sir we would be the ouib to be ben fluted Indianapolis April 4 Lawrence S duty Is 10378118 ltaliy Scalded tlie Cow by it Meek of this city has sovcral children Muncle Ind April 4 Mrs Jamca You also say that vte have had coined JVar Connldored Inerltable tho youngest of which Is 2 months old Ewlng was attacked by a vicious cow A Madrid April 4 The majority of tho since 78 live huudrrd millious of dol- Â¬ sister was nursing tho and probably fatally Injured The baby when a younger sister creeping newspapers hero regard war as Inevita- Â¬ lars but you forget to state that the per daughter drove tho on Womans tho floor caught tho babys feet and ble They think General Stewart L capita ol money in 78 was 54 and that vicious bovine away by throwing hot pulled tho little ono from her sisters Woodford has communicated a final to day It is only 21 per capita and that water on It answer to the government lap upon the floor the increase of population has out run Held In lleutlluesa Its head struck a stand nnd the con- Â¬ Atlvlneit to Sell Out theincriase in the circulating medium Springfield Ills April 4 Governor cussion left in It the head a dent tha Madrid April 1 A portion of the thereby dtxreosing our money one half de- Â¬ Tanner has been asked by the war size and shape of the bowl of a dessert Influential Again you say that the silver dollar partment at Washington to have the spoon A doctor was consulted Ho government Spanish press advise tho to sell Cuba and wash under free coinage would be of the same naval reserves in readiness and has Is- Â¬ said that tho Injury would probably her hands of tho whole affair weight nnd fineness and haye the same sued orders to that effect mend Itself but he Instructed tho par- Â¬ government stamp on it and then you Sqnnrelr on the Juuo ents to call on him In caso fever en- Â¬ MARKET REPORTS Washington April 2 The president say they would not be worth as much as sued Grain ntul Slock Quotations For April 2 present silver dollar because Two days 10101 the same sister went Is flat footed on the proposition that the New York to hitch tho baby up farther on tho Spain must move out bodily He also the covernment would own no part iu Beef Family 11 003U 73 extra mew shoulder when It went over falling knows absolutely that Spain can not them My dear sir you talk as if you 0 0030 7S packed 0 0O10 CO Cut meats -IrlleJ liclllea oUSCUc ulckled ilioul- - unon ts head or the floor Wbcn the or at least will not consent to this did not know what the government yvas or you suppose that the government was eome powerful genii that was dishing out Do you not know money to suit itsnlf that the people constitute the govern Â¬ ment and that the people elect their con Â¬ gressmen and then give them the right to ifeue and coin money and name the value thereof aud when the people of the government open the mints to the free coinage of silver and through their representatives the congressmen take 74V grains of silver and have it coined into a dollarof the same weight and fine Â¬ ness and the stme givernment stamp on it dont yuu get it into our one horse pumpkin head that it will not circulate And again you say lor 100 any where that restricting the coinage o silver holds it ou a parity with gold I am glad you made this statement for lu doing to yon have ackuowleig d that silver was only You aro a good Demo a token niouey crat but hate to owu up and now If as you say silver iBOuly a credit money and no better than pap r money dont you think it wrong to tax the people to buy silver bullion to make money that is no better than paper money when paper You com- Â¬ money is so much cheaper My pare me to a midnight assassin friend I am proud to know that I went mat means to the election and voted in broad day ders 4Vya J54c picxieu mtuf laso Lard little one was picked up It was ob- Â¬ complete abandonment The president squarely faces light for the restoration of the silver dol- Â¬ Western steaui 13 35 Pork Old mess served that tho dent was gone and tho war 9 6O0 73 that skull bad Its usual round shape lar that the Republican party Blabbed a cream Butter Western dulry 12ifI20o ery lBQliOo do factory tlilinc Cheese Fornkcrs Itesolutlon Depot for Fruit dead hour of midnight You deny my -- State larse 8a8ic small l80V4c mu Washington April 2 Tho subcom- Â¬ atsitemeut in rigird to what Blaine and The mem- Â¬ Chattanooga April 4 full skims 2jj3c Vena skims 4Q5Mc State sod Ienngylranla HQlJc western bers of the Hamilton County Fruit mittee of the senato foreign relations Orauteaid in ngird to e demonetize fresb lie association met and wero committee has agreed to favorably re- Â¬ tionst silver Their words and works Growers pats 30e addressed by a number of business port Senator Forakers Cuban resolu- Â¬ OUi Corn 30J4c Whea- tare isnii In the minds of the people and Rye57d58c men from Cincinnati In tho Interest of tion of Tuesday stand nan living monument to their ef ritttburc making that city the depot for tho rieparlns to Leate forts to keep and hold both gold and sil5 OSQO IS Rood 4 SOft Cattle Choice during fruit shipments of thla section 4 CMH 73 fair 4 30 4 00 tidy butchers Madrid April 2 United States Min- Â¬ ver as the standard and primary money Â¬ After some dis4 CO common S3 80tf4 13 belrera S3 30 tho coming season ister Woodford Is making tho necessary will further refer cussion Cincinnati was chosen as tha poreparatlona to leave Madrid Imme- Â¬ of the constitution I U4 40 bulls sings nud cohs S2 IK34 10 frcah cows S2OQG0 jou to the immortal II M Teller who headquarters After a diately associations S4 03fl4 10 mediums Hobs Yorkers plead so nobly for bimetallism iu the St spirited competition between tho Cin- Â¬ 3 05iH 00 fair S4 00 Timers S3 lOii Louis conventioh in 00 and denounced Torpedo Flntlllu Iiinds cinnati Southern railroad and the S3 IB heavy H 004 03 rough OUtf 3 00 pigs S3 WB3 10 Nashville and Chattanooga the latter Madrid April 2 Tho Spanish tor- Â¬ McKinley and gildbuglsra in such bold Sbeep Cuolce St B5Q 00 good 14 70U was selected as the olflclal route for pedo flotilla has arrived at Porto IMco terms that be won the adniiration of the 4 80 fair St 4XH4 00 common S3 750 having tho Chattanooga shippers American people 4 so liuuoa S3 uauo bo Ileport Discredited mado a lower rate than Its competitor Yoa say you think I am an uncompro Chicago Washington April 2 It Is not bo You are mistaken If Left to MeKlnley Cattle Beeves S3 6034 CO cows and Ileved here that the Spanish torpedo muring Democrat Lawrcnceburg tnd April 4 heifers S3 10414 43 Texas teers S3 0044 Tho flotilla has arrived at Porto Rico any Republican can convince me that it 4 SO western S3 0033 40 stotkers and Catholic church here offered up prayers is right to surrender the rluht pf govern Â¬ feeders S3 5413 03 There Was No Hull Flsht Hogs LlEht S3 8C4J3 03 mediums S3 70 Thursday for rollef from the threaten Â¬ ment to hMUfl papr money and give tha Madrid April 4 There was no ex- Â¬ right to national bankers also convince S3 07 heavy 4 COQ 4 10 rousti S3 75ii ing floods and the two little children 3 80 Â¬ citement in Madrid Sunday owing to of Mrs Drogan Graham were consider me that is rhht to fasten the tingle gojd Sheep and Lambs Choice sheep 3 75VQ ably Interested under the circumstan- Â¬ tho fact that thero wob no bull tight 4 73 fair S4 20U4 40 common S3 25ft standard money system ou this countiy impressive services and ces with the 4 10 exports S3 00 choke Iambi S4 UXQ thereby establishing a government of 0 00 on returning homo Paul the youngest Corn 20o Sl 08 Oats 23V4c Yellow Jaundice Cured Wueat syndicates monopolies am Interest drawn remarked to hla sister Gertrude who ltye 60c government for he Why Is several years his senior Suffering humanity should LeBupplM ing sharks against a HuOTalo Mr M wasnt prayers mado to stop the war with every means possible for Its relief people and by the people then 4 12Q4 CO shipping Cattle Butchers Oh cause replied the Jlttlo fol- Â¬ W T I will do tho dirMest trick a poor It is with pleasure we publish the 4 40U4 03 best steers S3 2043 23 cuod girl God has left all that matter lowing This is to certify that I was a laboring man ever did do and that cotti and heifers S3 C0423 83 stucktirs and to MeKlnley feeders S3 C04N 40 terrible sufferer from Yellow Jaundice vote the Republican ticket IIocs Yorkers S4 1S424 20 rouzhi com You spoke about McKlnleys eleqtioa Indian Doctor Kullsts for over six month and was treated by mon to good S3 60423 03j mediums and Lawronceburg Ind April 4 Dr A some of the best physicians in our city nipping hard ti mefl in the bud 11a I ha l heavies J4 17 pigs S3 0044 00 Sheep and lambs Sheep extra S4 8041 D Harryman who served three years and all to no avail Dr Bill our drug ha Jo off and soak your head YouJ 4 63 good prime S3 004J5 10 common In the navy during the civil war ten- Â¬ klst recommeded Electric Hitters and seem to think that since McKey its S3 00413 00 choice lambs S3 70410 73 dered his services to the navy depart Â¬ after taking two bottle I was entirely elected that times are bother wbm we Ulevelmiu ment soon after the blowing up of the have heard nothing but strikes and hard 4 00 Hogs Yorkers and light medi Maine and received a communication cured I now take great pleasure in times and peoples iquios baJrg sold i ums and heavies S4 03 stags and roughs recommending them to any person suff- Â¬ f from Secretary Long that In tho evont 52 7C4I3 40 the court house door for below their realj 8bcen slid lambs Sheep S3 00Q4 CQ of war his application would bo prop Â¬ ering fiom thla torrible raady lam jcall such m that lambs 4 22B 00 M A Hearty Lex Â¬ value Do you erly considered Baturday he received gratefully your Cuttle Steers 3 004J4 CO heifers S3 00 perity If you do your mind la in a Bern Washington to be exam Â¬ ington Ky a notice from 53 00 cows snd bulls St POQ3 65 oua condllloi Sold by Short Hystw druggW ined for onllstwent The doctor 1 de- Â¬ Cluoluuatl Yoa ak we what position I Jafcti oa lighted and wants to fa the first to 04c No 3 Com Wheat No 3 red 1iA T IaVo u inli am iVn aJI BAB n rvoviwrs ttfj atl ivv AJkt I niav ura fHMliw tailed 3iy4c Oats No 2 mixed 28c lire go from this county FOORLXA Mat e ftkeDoajHiMcpktterwofe Mc Xu DMHh t 8Ma svs taJ ta tlkjft mjn BalAU BixsjsfLBj Lard J 4 00 Uulk meats fS 20 Bacon VSBansMa 9wt9WWWVW vers ssfWssMS New Albay Ind -- 6 B0 PlsJW M MM mtllwHsi iMgO 91 MlvWf Hos S3 1MJ3 80 Cattle S 7S4J4 T5 CharlM V Kraft uritjtj utturSZi Washltigton March 29 In the ern ate Messrs Fornkcr and Frye Intru dticed rebolutlons to recognize Cuban independence and Mr Itawllns Utah offered one declaring war against Spain Washington March 30 Three reso- Â¬ lutions were Introduced recognizing Cuban independence nnd urging Inter- Â¬ vention and one declaring war against Spain Seventy four prlvato pension bills passed Washington Apfil 1 A Cuban de Â¬ bate was precipitated by Mr Fryo making nn apparently slmplo request on behalf of the foreign relations com- Â¬ mittee Thirty five pages of the sun Â¬ dry civil appropriation bill were dis Â¬ NO LOVE FOR DONS A regiment Indiana Guard recently sent to Congressman Zcnor an application for n commission as surgeon In the navy In raBP war with Spain was de- Â¬ clared Ho received n letter Saturday from tho congressman stating that his application had been filed but that there were COO others ahead of him Flood Victim Clitlmrd Confederate Veteran Roasts them SevereÂ¬ trovcrsy With Its a Al WT ly He Said dcncrnl Fltzhuglt Lee Stood Today Defying all Danger Columbus Ind April 4 Austin P Sparks of Jeffersonvllle rear brakeman of tho Ill fated crew that went down In the flood wreck here died In tho City hospital He with Conductor Frank- Â¬ lin each with n leg broken laid on the little mound or Island all the fatal night Allddledioroueli Trouble Case of Greek Meetloa Our Two Well Posted Greek Wllh CorÂ¬ r POWDER Absolutely Pure KOTAl respondents BAirma Wt CO H YOSK it has no referenco to tho charges made at mints for the bullion deposited for coinage It 1b the practice of most all nations to charge at their mints an amount sufficient to pay the absolute cost of conversion and to make the mint self sustaining Tho application of the stamp afer the metal has been melted and re Â¬ fined for coinage is made without any charge and hence the phrase free coin- Â¬ age nuy be properly applied In common parlance we call It free coinage wl en a person can take his bullion to the mint aud have it converted into standard money without charge except a small fee for preparing the bull m for the stamps The popular use of the phrase free and un- Â¬ limited coinage of silver means that sil- Â¬ ver shall be coined on tho same terms and conditions that are applied to gold If a charge is made on one it shall be on both In other words gold and silver shall be coined ou equal terms All that the advocates of free silver ask is the free aud unlimited coinage of both gold and silver at the ratio of 10 to 1 Such Mr M W T is my position on the Bllver question I would be glal to call Mr Grant as a witness in this case but I am afraid his spirit wold see the Parifle rail- Â¬ road stock he helped to water Mr Blaine has never wanted to return to this country since hie the Repub Â¬ lican party eat down on him for being an honest mail You say no country ever had free sil- Â¬ ver and then you refer to Mexico aa a free coinage country so you are all mis taken in one or the other or dont know anything of what you are talking about Please tell me what kind of silver coin Â¬ age the United States had from 170- - to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1873 I see you have promised theEJitor to retire You belong to a retiring party I never saw one of you but what would retire when the financial question was sprung on you In conclusion let me ask you if it is the limited coinage of silver that keeps it at a parity with gold If it was contracted more according to your theory the dollar would be worth more than 100 cents nnd the more you con- Â¬ tracted it tha higher it would gat BlMt TA LLIbT DUK6S J J Burnett of IXtvles county was in town Thursday DaveSarka and wife of Glendeani visited relatives here Saturday Tobacco pants are up nicely wheat is looking well and the peach crop bids fair to be a la g one The filing up in front of the church door and the new wire fence around it adds greatly to the looks of our little village OflE US DYNAMITE CRUISER VESUVIUS tf Â¬ Â¬ S- - 1 Â¬ Â¬ pi m a fct When a man gets too large for his pants he is very apt to run across some fellow who has g t a pair large enough for him Confidence only raises attain in the furnace of the mill at this place once a week and thats Saturday long enough to grind a few bushels of corn The abundance of rain the last two weeks havo set the farmers back and will cause them to hustle when the weather becomes favorable again If the people of Cloverport dont do something toward making the Patterson hill better traveling they have to extend their telephone wires to Dukes in orÂ¬ der to communicate with that part of the outside world There has been hardly a day passed the last two weeks of rainy weather that our town has not been full of psople discussing the war and stock law ques Â¬ tions Every mail was anxiously waited for and the contents of every war column eagerly devoured The people of Hancock county are about to conclude that if their past pat rousge Is not suffi jient to cause the busl nets men of Cloverport to make the Patterson hill better for tiavel they will patron their county seat whero the merchants will appreciate it better War talk Is cheap and flirhlinv Rin iarda while sitting around the fireside is right easy done but being confined in close quarteraon board a man of war lu mid ocean while shell and canniater are peppering against its aides la likely to maka a fellow feel a little uncomforta ble Its bad pnpugh to sea men Intoxicated and hpar thnm nmfamlnrv Ilia nama nt uqd but la see women on the highway fifliytl oi common resvtoa u y tno demon alcohol cursing and using sttcji laiuruiwt that wnnlil maVa Dm of dirk ilpalr blush Is too dWiHiie aun irunu tu V ureilM BlSHSPy 1 I eaaniVk Quarts Pfrr s 6urftfbffSit Ttaa frti far Kjr CettM --I tssms basts cute sww sspf sPf Si AS SWsSssss THH BR Breckenridge News Tm D T ft L1 HIT HARDIN8BURG Look out for the big edition R S Sklllman went to Louisville Mon A TERRIBLE 2aMgt MIRACULOUS Was Editors sal Frtprlstis W10NE8DAY APRIL 01898 SIX PAGES other day Will anything drop to day or any Most of the fellows who are so glib about war will be Iho last to shoulder a musket Gxn Sherman says war is hell and wo presume the General knows what he is talking about GOvKnNon Bradlby has appointed Judge John Adair of HawesvIIle dele Â¬ gate to the International Mining Con Kreflswhlch meets at Salt Lake City Utah July 0 All those who subscribe for the Nawa now will receive a copy of the handsome illustrated edition free This offer holds good to subscribers who renew their subscriptions John D Badbaoe has been appointed a member of the committee on program lor tne coming Commercial Convention at Louisville He will represent the Fourth District on that committee Gkn Adair in speaking of volunteers said I was a recruiting officer for the war with Mexico We had a big rally at HawesvIIle where over a thousand men volunteered their services but when the time came to start and form thu com- Â¬ pany just sixteen reported for duty I succeeded in raising a company but I had to buy several men before I got the requisite number The General thinks the same thing will happen now in case of war When the test comes the men who are the talkers will not turn up for actual service ABO UT 0 URSEL VES Last weeks edition of the Nbws was one of the handsomest regular issues ever published by a weekly paper in Kentucky The mails this week brought many letters of praise from our subscrib- Â¬ ers One patron at Pueblo Ind renew ed his subscription and in so doing stat Â¬ ed that the Nkhs was an indispensible contributor to the happiness of his fami Â¬ ly A Wobster admirer of the paper says Last weeks edition was splen- Â¬ did No other country paper of equal merit ever came to my notice Else- Â¬ where can be found complimentary notices from our correspondents It is such appreciation as this uttered with sincerity that gives a world of encour- Â¬ agement to ti o publisher It is one of his greatest compensations The Nkwb will ever set the pace toward realizing the Ideal of country journalism and will strive to produce a paper each week that will merit the appreciation of its constituents It will always live up to its motto AH the news thats fit to Â¬ day The Fiscal court is in session this week Sheriff Burton has tho Cuban war fe- Â¬ ver bad For anything in the jewelry line see T O Lewis Hon K M Jolly Irvlngton was in town last Friday Thomas Withers has moved Into his now home on Main street Miss Mary Board eras visiting at Mr Will Millers last week Several persons went down last week to take a look at the big river A big lot of timber will be moving out over the branch in a short time Denny Sherran has been appointed Deputy County Clerk out at Kirk John E HInton has been appointed Constable in the Oloverport district J W Ramsey and Mrs Dillon of Der Â¬ by Ind are visiting Patrick Dillon The road leading to the depot Is In a wretched condition in many places Mrs G W Beard who has been 111 for some weeks is not able to be out yet For a sewing machine guitar violin or banjo and accordeon T O Lewis The Home Missionary society will meet with Mrs Logan tomorrow even Â¬ ing We desire to hold a Sunday School Convention at Stphensport at an early date Mrs D R Murray came up from Olov- Â¬ erport last Friday to visit Mrs M II Beard James Harris who lives near Ball town expects to move to this place shortly The Sherifl has been appointed admin istrator of the estate of Jerry Hook deÂ¬ Â¬ JRAGEDY Big Walter Smarts Escape From Death John Allen Ground to Pieces By a Train ON Fell BcwecH Two Card and Sustained Severe Injuries SATURDAY The Kidneys aro tho Beat or tho starting point of many maladies all of them serious all moro or less painful and all of thorn tending unless cured to a fatal end No organs of tho body aro moro dolicato or moro sensitivo Whon symp- Â¬ than tho kidnoys toms of disease appear in them not a moment is to bo lost if health is to bo restored Tho best way to treat tho kidneys is through tho blood cleansing it from tho poison- Â¬ ous matter which is usually at tho For bottom of kidney complaints this purposo thero is no remedy equal to We Know e ACCIDENT OCCURRED Remains Were Pound Sunday ally Devoured by Hoga HELD Parti- Â¬ 1000 LIFE INSURANCE ceased Print- A BONANZA FOR ADVERTISERS The first two pages of the first section of the News illustrated edition have been printed The best of half tone illustrations the finest of tinted book i paper and the most costly inks have been used combined with artistic work- Â¬ manship the results are very happy This will undoubtedly be the handsom est edition that has ever issued from any country newspaper office in the state of Kentucky Over 10000 copies of this beautiful souvenir will be circulated throughout the United States and sever Â¬ al hundred in England and her colonies The merchant who knows a good thing when ho sees it will readily appreciate the value of this edition as an advertis ing medium A limited amount of space has been bet aside for display advertise Â¬ ments and those who wish to utilize Bomo of this space should Bend in their copy and make arrangements for the amount of display wanted Those who come first will get preferred positions A word to the wise is sufficient Â¬ BIG SPRING Mr II Meyer is in Louisville Mr Joe Medley has planted corn Dr Strother was in Brandenburg last Thursday II Meyer accompanied him There will be several from here that will attend Easter services atSt Martins Ben Clarkson Jr who has been away or several weeks returned home last Sunday Allen Stith of Stiths Valley was here last Sunday calling on some of the fairer sex Mr J W Hardin has been on the sick list this last week but is now able to be Deafness Cannot be Cured at his post The Baptist Sunday School began by local applications as they cannot again Sunday after having been in win Â¬ reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure Deafness ter quarters Mr Kunkel who bought E W Jones and that is by constitutional remedies farm has taken possession and is prepai Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi Â¬ Ing to plant a crop tion of the mucous lining of the Eusta Â¬ Mr E W Jones has gone to Hender Â¬ chian Tube When this tube get in son to join his family who is there y lilt Â¬ flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entire- Â¬ ing his wifes mother G A Meador and Mr Martin went to ly closed Deafness is the result and un- Â¬ Brandenburg Monday to renew their li- less the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal con- Â¬ cense for saloon and hotel Mrs Ben Clarkson went to Elizabeth dition hearing will be destroyed forever town last Saturday to see her sister Mrr nine cases out of ten are caused by ca- Â¬ tarrh which is nothing but an inflnmed Mo II Meador who are very low condition of the mucous surfaces Mr Martin of Flaherty has rented We will give One Hundred Dollars for the saloon of G A Meador and will any case of Deafness caused by catarrh run it In connection with the hotel that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Mr John Hicks who la attending Cure Send for circulars free school In Brandenburg was the guest o F J CHENEY A Co Toledo 0 Sunday af Â¬ one of our young ladies last MTSold by Druggists 75c ternoon Olaloa Store Burned A good Ant class sobsr blacksmith sight do welt to call on Messrs Doran Bonds general store was burned at Martin as they are in seed of that kind Olatoa Ohio county Saturday night of a man The lose on the stock was 6000 and on The Meade county Sunday School the building 1000 The stock was CoavMUoa will Btet here Hay 10th inwred for 3000 The building wai AllaieUviUdto coroe Will give the owned by the McDaalel heirs and wm i uninsured propwn Â¬ Brown McCubblns of Stephensport is studying telegraphy with Jess Whit worth Charley Goodman of Cloverport Is assisting Dent Brown in the butchering business Mrs E Norton was hero this week vis Â¬ ing her parents Mr and Mrs Marcus Kincheloe Misses Maggie Baker and Jlncie I lea ton went out last Saturday to visit Miss Ella Hook Alfred Taylor and son Irvln and Mrs Elizabeth Taylor Rosetta were visiting here Tuesday M H Beard and wife left for Utah last Sunday Mr Beard will be gone about three weeks The dwelling houses around this town that were unoccupied during the free silver panic are all filling up again Jesse Eskridge left Sunday to take his place as store keeper and gauger In the second district under collector Franks Gus Brown and his family came up from Cloverport Sunday They stopped at the Lennln hotel until they could rent property To have your watch put in good order your clock spectacles unbrellaa and everything pertaining to the jewelry line see T 0 Lewis Miss Ella Dillon who has been ill for some time improves slowly She bus been confined to her home almost con stantly slnco Christmas Licensed to marry Thomas L Carter to Rosetta Bruner F M Skaggs to Fi- Â¬ delia Meador Robert Franklin to Mag Â¬ gie E Pool Wm J Glasscock to Nancy LeGrand Rev HessoD of Brandon urg preached here last Wednesday night in the inter Â¬ est of his Orphans Home He raised about fifteen dollars in money and arti- Â¬ cles of clothing were sent later Sheriff Burton attended a meeting of the stockholders of the Hardiusburg and Cloverport Telephone Line Company at Balltown last Saturday night He re- Â¬ ports that the lino has been completed and ie ready for receiving the boxes Things are looking pretty active out at the stave yard The Cooperage Com- Â¬ pany are throwing up some sheds and getting ready for their machinery which may come in this week Mr Haynes the foreman has routed the Jolly Mead or property Harry Monroe has stationed himself at Kirk and will remain there during the summer buying timber He has bought a big lot from Matthias Miller and is working several hands He is paying good prices and is buying for a large corporation He handled a big lot of timber last year over the I C and is here now for the purpose of working up what ho can get on the branch Big John Allen of tt is city met with a tragic death by being literally ground to pieces by an Illinois Central train at Olaton In Ohio county Saturday night It will be remembered that ho had trouble with one of his bods Sunday night a weok ago at the short line round Iioubo After the fight that occurred ho began drinking and left home On Friday he turned up at Fordsvllle where he con- Â¬ tinued his spree He met Conductor Ri Â¬ ley of the Illinois Central road at that point and wai asked by the latter to get aboard the train but ho refused This was the last that was seen of the unfoi tunate man until his mangled body was picked up alorjr the track at Olaton How he met his death Is a mystery None of the train crew saw him on the track and a young man named Baun who conducts a store at Olaton stood within twenty yards of where the terri Â¬ ble tragedy undoubtedly occurred but did not seo the victim The accident occurred on Saturday and the remains were not found until Sun Â¬ day morning Judging from the condi- Â¬ tion of the remains Allen must have laid down on the track and the train passed over him The body was literally ground to pieces Portions of it were scattered along the track for distance of fifty yards One of the most terrible features of the tragedy developed when the search for missing portions of the remains was in- Â¬ stituted It vas found that hoia had de- Â¬ voured a portion of the body and a sec- Â¬ tion of the vertibrae that had been car-Â¬ ried away by the animals was found on the banks of the creek fifty yards away A portion of the waistband of the vic- Â¬ tims trousers was found sticking to a car wheel of a Cheapeake Ohio freight car that formed part of the train The pocket attached to the band was found to contain a nickel in money and seyeral other articles After the remains wero found the cor-Â¬ oner was notified and an inquest held The verdict found that Allen met his death by being accidentally run over by train 402 on the Illinois Central road The corporation and its employes were held blameless John Allen better known as Big John was one of the best railroad men in this section He was formerly em- Â¬ ployed by the Breckenridgo CannelCoal Company but was unemployed at the time ohls death He was buried Monday at Rosine his wife and family being present at the in- Â¬ terment It is said that he held 1000 Insurance in the Fraternal Mystic Circle II L Stader representing the local lodge of that order went to Horse Branch Monday to attend the funeial Â¬ Walter Smart ono of the most popular young men of this city had a most miraculous escapo from death last week When near Marengo Ind a N railroad about eight town on tho L miles east of New Albany he attempted to pass from one coach to another while the train was running at a speed of forty five miles an hour Just as he did so the train struck a curve and low joint and the consequent lurch It gave caused Mr Smart to lose his balance so that he fell forward and partially hung between the cars He struck on his elbow and it was only by the exercise of rare presence of mind and superhuman strength that he sayed himself from dropping to the road bed and being ground to pieces on the track He sustained severe injuries the cap of his right shoulder being bro- Â¬ ken and tho muscles of his arm being torn away Walter Smrrt is representing the Shoo Company of St Louis and has been compelled to lay off on ac count of his injuries Â¬ nt That and arranging your houses for the coming season and we want to remind you that our stock of You are busy cleaning Sarsaparllil For many years I have been a constant offerer from kidney trouble and hare tried a number of largely advertised kidney cures without benefit At last a friend ad Â¬ The vised me to try Ayers Sarsaparilla oso of eight bottles of this remedy entirely 1238 Mart Millee cured my malady Hancock Street Brooklyn N V Two years ago R J Warren a drug- Â¬ gist at Pleasant Brook N Y bought a small supply of Chamberlains Cough Remedy He sums up the result as fol- Â¬ lows At that time the goods were un- Â¬ known in this section to day Chamber- Â¬ lains Cough Remedy is a houcehold word It is the same in hundreds of communities Where ever tho good qualities of Chamberlains Cough Reme- Â¬ dy become known the people will have nothing else For Bale by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman Steph- Â¬ ensport Lace Curtains Window Shades Mattings and Oil Cloths is second to none in this neck of the woods and as far as prices are concerned we only ask you to come and see for yourselves AWFUL Catastrophe In Which Hundreds Loose Their Lives Thousands of sufferers from grippe have been restored to health by One Minute Cough Cure It quickly cures coughs colds bronchitis pneumonia grippe asthma and all throat and lung diseases Short Haynes M Shnwncctown III Swept Completely Out of Existence Â¬ L Yocuin Cameron Pa says I OHIO BRGAKS THROUQH A LEVEE was a sufferer for ton years trying most all kinds of pile remedies but without success DeWitts Witch Hazel Sulve was recommended to me I used one box It has effected a permanent cure As a permanent cure for piles DeWitts Witch Hazel Salye has no equal Short Haynes Glad Tidings to Asthma Sufferers Foleys Honey and Tar gives quick and positive relief in all cases A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephensport Gordon Haynes Pates- Â¬ vllle E A Witt Hardinsburg Cosmo Buttermilk Toilet Soap makes the skin soft white and healthy Sold everywhere A bath with Cosmo Buttermilk Soap exquisitely scented isBoothlngand beneficial Sold everywhere Evansville Ind April 4 At 7 oclock Sunday afternoon tho levee which surrounded the town of Shawnoe town 111 and kept tho water of the flood from it gave way and the raging waters rushed in giving the people no warning of The Fair Cloverport s Leading One Price Store their doom A Life For 50o Many people have been cured of Kid- Â¬ It is economy to profit by the expert ney diseases by taking a 50c bottle of ence of others Thousands have been Foleys Kidney Cure A R Fisher cured by Hoods Sarsaparilla why not Coverport R A Shellman Stephens you port Gordon Haynes Patesvllle E A Witt Hardinsburg Thousand suffer from Catanh or cold in the head and have never tried the GLENDEANE popular remedy There is no longer any excuse as a 10 cent trial size of Elys Mrs Wm Countryman of Arkansas Cream Balm can be had of your druggist is visiting Mrs Dr Dempstor or we mail it for 10 cents Full size 50 Mre Dewees returned from Louisville cents Monday where she was purchasing goods Ely Bros 60 Warren St N Y City Vernon Hunter of filcDaniels was A friend advised me to try Elys Cream here Sunday to tall on one of Glendeanes Balm and after using it six weeks I be- Â¬ fain st lieve myself cured of catarrh It is a Misses Mary and Nellie Moorman spent most valuable remedy Joseph Stewart Saturday night and Sunday with Miss 024 Grand Avenue Brooklyn N Y Amanda Deane Mrs Lucy Hunter was in Hardinsburg A Beacon Of Hope two days last week the guest of Mre To these afflicted with Kidney or Blad Â¬ Often Cunningham der Diseases is Foleys Kidney Cure Mr Wood Wortham and his son Ver Guaranteed A R Fisher Cloverport tress of Owensboro were visiting rela- R A Shellman Stephensport Gordon tlvet here last week Haynes Patesvllle E A Witt Har-Â¬ Tom Moore of McDanlels was here dinsburg one evening last week to say good bye before starting to Illinois KIDNEY DISEASES Tom Chandlers death Sunday was diseases much regretted at Gleudeane where ev Â¬ Fojeys Kidney Cure a guaranteed eryone knew and liked him Dr Dempster and wife and their remedy or money refunded A R guest Mrs Countryman went to Fords Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Haynes Pates Â¬ vllle Saturday to visit friends and rela- Â¬ Stephensport Gordon vllle E A Witt Hardinsburg tives Vennle Moorman has purchased a From An Old Soldier bicycle much to the amusement of spec- Â¬ Knox Ind Jan 14 1897 tators He and Sidney Owen are trying Gents I have every confidence In to learn to ride it Buck Moorman Is thoroughly buslneis recommending your Syrup of Pepsin like in his make up and his present big I am 72 years of age and am broken down the trouble having been brought mercantile business his tobacco buying dealing in timber his building prepara- Â¬ on by my experience in the war Your tory to bringing on a larger stock and a medicine has done me more good than a greater variety of goods than ever be hundred doctors and I am just about fore entitle him to be named with well of stomach troubles Breckenridges most enterprising men Yours truly Jefferson Wilbelm I will pay cash tor produce Do not buy uoods in my line until you net mv price I not only sell goods as cheap as TMUUTE OK SIsrgCT any store in Glendeane but will sell as The following prramble and resolutions of re cheap as any store in the county I pect on the denh of Ln Herdaway were unan charge nothing for ordering goods for Imoutlv adopted by tha llewleyvllla Sunday School April Srd 88 customers Julian Brown Whr6as It hit pleased Almighty God In lilt Providence to remove Irom our midst our little tit ter and Sunday fachool pupil Lena Ilardawar at the age of 6 yean I month and day 1 For a perfect complexion and a clear healthy skin use Cosmo Buttermilk Soap Sold everywhere Half the houses were washed away in half an hour The lights wero all put out and the town was In the darkness of Egypt so that the people could not see in what direction safety might lie There was no living soul left in a one story house The houses that were two stories high were covered with struggling fran Â¬ tic human beings many of whom had to remain in their perilous positions until long after midnight and some there were who were not rescued until alter daylight There was no help for the people at homo and the telephone and telegraph communication was cut off In the first few minutes of the catastrophe The telephone operator there called up the Evansville operator and said tho levee was brokerTand hundreds wero drown- Â¬ ing The voice stopped in the middle of a sentence and the operator may have perished at her post The noon bulletin from Shawneetown says that four hundred bodies have been recovered and three hundred are yet among the missing There are no coffins to bury the dead and in many families there is no one left to mourn The survivors are left on the hilltops at the back of the town and on the tops of a few houses in the highest part of the place They aro without food or shelter and in the cold are suffering terribly Thirty five years make a generation That is how long Adolph Fisher of Zan esvllle O suffered from piles He was cured by using three boxes of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Short Haynes A Genuine flood Time There came up from Lewisport on last evening twenty members of the A O U W Lodge of that place who came to assist the lodge of this city in the inita tlon of seven new members This order is rapidly growing and becoming exceed Â¬ ingly popular as an institution of insurance This lodge has a membership of some seventy or eighty charter members After the regular routine work of tl e order an elegant reception was tendered the visiting loJge A good old tlmo was enjoyed and beautiful and touching music was rendered by the brass band of Lewisport who are all members of tho order Sometime during this mouth this lodge will give the public a series o entertainments which they have been practicing and rehearsing for months to make it a success Â¬ AAaa44iAft4alli 9tt WE ARE Now Displaying THE HANDSOMEST LINE OF Spring and Summer DRESS GOODS Ever shown in this country Also a Complete Line of LADIES GENTLEMENS AND CHILDRENS SHOES And in medium and cheap CLOTHING we are headquarters beyond any doubt In fact our itock in every line is complete and prices as low as the lowest COUNTRY PRODUCE of all Kinds WANTED CALL AND SEE US ZT m jj it Heston Willis Company OLOVERPORT KY Easter is In the Air And there is an air V V ILal s Children like it it saves their lives we mean Ono Minute Cough Cure tho Infallible remedy for coughs colds croup bronchitis grippe and all throat and lung troubles Short Haynes of Easter about the Spring Millinery we are showing marvels of beauty Evety day brings fresh swell creationsto this great shopping center We advise you to pick out your Easter fixings earlyt The soon or you come the better opportunity you have for choice Much in Little Whereat Utile Lena wai a member ol our bunday School alwaya prompt chcerv and kind everready to take her place Inner clau therefore 19 and Is especially trim ot Hoods fills lor no medi Â¬ cine ever contained so great curative power In so small spuca They are a whole medicine wr chest always ready si- a ways efficient always sat- Ufactoryj prevent a cold Mu Â¬ e fever cure all liver Ills stek headache Jaundice constipation eUs 3W The only Ills to take wlU Hoods Saniarul Hoods - II IS I I I t lletolved That while tha Sabbath School ha loit in her one of itt brightest little members the father mother a sweet loving daughter brother and litter a kind and loving tiller and the commumlty a dear little pet we at a babbath School will cherish a fond recollection of her childish virtues and bow In submitslonitoihewilloftheGicatllcad of the Sunday School and church t That we tlaterety sympathize with the family and pray that they mny recognUe a loving- - Fathers haad In thJs bereavement a That a copy ol these resolutions be spread up-Â¬ on the tho minute book of the school a copy be liven to tho patents and that thevafso be pub Hsbed in the Biucknhioci Naws and Meade Cun ty Messenger Klobknci Cans MAKV fAUL belt Lecturer Rev Edwin Drurywell knorn for his lectures throughout the state will deliv- Â¬ er a lecture at St Roses Catholic church next Friday evening at 0 30 oclock on a A Noted Our Opening Thursday Friday Saturday e subject of general intereet and import- Â¬ ance All are respectfully invited to attend There will also be Lenten services at St Rose to night at 7 30 Hlanchb IollY CoMittee It la a great leap from the old faehloaed dosea of blue man and nauseous physios to tha pleasant little pills known as Da Witts Utiles Karly KImn They care ootMilpaUoa sick headache and blliotw- Short Tho display offered this season In Turbans In Tur quoise and Burnt Orange colors are byond expres Â¬ sion In Sailors Shephardus Walking Ifats Ribbons Plumes Trimmings and Infant Caps the liae both in variety newness and price can not b duplicated Â¬ t BevyMft MISS JUDITH MILLER CLOVERPORT KY i Vii w m a mmm m pi lwwt t j Spain and Her People loun and vonooios wno toon intimien tried to tako it but failed England did storm tho forts in 1700 and hold tho oity a fow years then gavo it- baok to Spain By tho end or that century Triu- idad too was snatched away and Spains commorco with tho American colonics substantially destroyed Eng land camo to hor aid at homo In tho Napoleonic wars and thon Franco in turn bullied Ferdinand VII to hold his throuo Â¬ Henderson S9B5lBHBBtWHfcwJ5ii SBBrSlBKHmS - Route Loms utalSa1M- Spain Loses n Continent f- Early in tho nlnotconth century rebellions began in South America So crot societies won formod which had for thoir object tho throwing off of tho Spanish yoko Tho chief founder nnd promoter of these was a Spanish croolo of vcnezuolo Francisco Miranda uy namo Ho had served uudor Wasbiugtou iu thoAmorlcan Revolution nnd had be como thoroughly imbued with tho spirit of liberty and with tho principles of republicanism What had boon douo in North America could ho thought bo douo in South America Ho thcroforo formed iu Loudon since it could not safoly bo douu at Caracas tho Gran Into this Bolivar Reunion Americana 90 T For and San Martin wero initiated I ill M M J soino years Miranda mado occasional but futllo attompts at revolution in ono of which ho engaged tho Interest of tho graat Duudouald Nothing of importance was achieved howoveruntil April 19 1810 when Caracas openly roso against its Spanish governor Miranda and Bolivar heading tho rovolt Two years of conflict followed not promising for tho insurgents Theucamo an earthquake It destroyed Cuncas killing n Tho superstitious number of pooplo troops of the insurgents thought it was an omen threw down thoir arms do sertod or surrendered and tho robollion haudsoino raco I ortllleil Cltlcn of Spain was at an end Miranda was captured Tho fortified cities of Spain on the taken to Spain and died in prison murdered it may bo surmised Bolivar north and northwest coast aro Santoua escaped into tho neighboring proviuco Sautnndcr Coruua Ferrol and Vigo Founded on tho rains of ancient roturuea Spaniard stood at n window of Now Granada on tho Atlantic between tho Portu Â¬ Homo ond peopled by tho roggodest in his houso at Madrid and throw into In October 1813 Bolivar ro eutored guese frontier and tho strait of Gibral- Â¬ raocs of tho tnlddlo ogos Spain easily tho street a handful at a timo two bar- Vonozuolawith COO meu declaring war tar thcro aro Palos San Lucar near conquered tho old world and discovered rels of sllvor coins for tho f uu of seolng to tho knifo ngaiust Spain Victory folthe mouth of tho Guadalquivor river and overran tho now world Undor tho tho rabblo soramblo for tho money Na- lowed victory In August 1813 ho reCadiz ond Tarifa In the Mediterranean rnlo of Charles I of Spain hotter tional oxtravaganco kept paco with in- entered Caracas in triumph Then came aro Malaga Cartagena Barcelona Pal known in history as Charles V of Ger Â¬ dividual profligacy and legitimate busi- Â¬ revorsos nnd ho hud to ilea to Jamaica amos Tarragona Almnrla and Alicante many tho Spanish omplro inolnded tho ness was lost sight of in speculation For somo yoars moro tho strugglo wont Barcoloua Oartagoua and Almerla wore wholo Iberian poninsnlo tho Balearic Spain ruled tho most of tho world and on until 1831 when New Granada and formerly looked upon as tho most for Â¬ islands Ronssillon and Cordagno north snubbod tho rost of it Upon her strength Venezuela woro united as an independ midable fortrosses on tho Mediterra of the Pyrenees the island of Sardinia was founded tho national prido whioh ent ropuhlia under tho namo of Colomnean but their fortifications aro now in Sicily Naples and Milan Tranche provod her national weakness bia tho last of tho Spanish troops being decay so littlo attention having been Com to Holland and Belgium and prac- Â¬ How Ruin Came driven out iu 1834 Ecuador was added paid to thorn siuco tho wars of tho tically Austria Bohemia Hungary and At her zonith Spain seemed to possess to the republic in 1833 Peru formod French revolution that with tho excepTransylvania In Africa it held tho vast invincible powor Onlj ono nation dared another stato in 1825 under tho namo tion of a fow modern battcrios horo and domain which Portuguoso advontnrers to challpngo it That nation was Eng- Â¬ Of Bnllvln Pern Itenlf wnrl PliHn l o thorn tlinv nro not wnrthvnf rnnsldnrn- had seizod and in Asia tho Philippine land Spains argosies woro successfully archipelago In North Amorioa Spanish attackod in tho south soas Thon came territory inolnded everything sonth of the destruction of tho great armada Savannah on theenst and San Franoisco Tho charm was broken Spain started on the woat togothor with Moxloo Cen Â¬ on tho downward path and never stoptral America and tho West Indies ped Foes devolopod without and with- Â¬ Spain dorainntod all Sonth Amorioa In- Â¬ in Undor Fordinand and Isabella be Â¬ cluding Braail which was a Portugnosa gan the ruin of tho country which thoir successors have completed They drovo tho Jews and tho Moors out of Spain It is that fact in Spanish history which accounts for the nations decadence Tho Jow and tho Moor wero traders and artisans Tboy constituted the middle class and they woro tho people which tho fanatiolsm of Isabella and tho dark zeal of Torquemada banished from Spanish soil When they wero gone the fires of tho inquisition wero lighted for tho thinkers and freo thought was alifMi lowed no foothold undor tho cross of Castile When the philosopher the soieutist tho inventor had gone there remained only the soldier and tho peas ant From tho days of Ferdinand to the days of Weyier it has been tho policy of Spain to toTorlzo her subjects into sub Â¬ mission by torturo and butohory From first to lu6t this policy has boon a failure Early in tho slxtoentb century the CHARLES V Nethorands revolted and formed tho province at tho timo Spain rnled Portu- Â¬ United Proviucos The sturdy Dutch gal The total dominion of Charles at men destroyed what remnants remained its zenith was about 17000000 squaro of tho Spanish navy and in 1043 at miles double that of tho czar of Russia Rocroy tho Spanish infantry hitherto and infinitely greater than that of any iuviuuible was beaten and forevtr other monarch in history Nor was broken Portugal and hor vast possesSpain groat in size and strength alono sions in three continents were lost iu 1040 Naplos rovolted in 1648 undor She was rioh beyond computation Bo sides tho boundloss resources of tho Masaniello He was assossiuated by Spanish peninsula which the Roth bravos in tho hire of Spain and after a sohilds consider suporlor soourity for long struggle tho rebellion was suppressed But Spains bold on tho two enormous loans the wealth of Germany Austria and tho Nothorlands was at tho Sicilies once loosoncd was never so disposal of Spain strong again Franco seized the prov Â¬ All this however was as nothing to inces north of the Pyrenees and Frauoho the gold and silver that poured in from Comte All authority in tho German America Tho native mouarchs of Mex states had long been lost to Spain and loo Central Amorioa und Poru yielded the last Spanish king of tho Austrian up tboir troasures at tho command of dynasty at tho oloso of tho seventeenth Spanish adventurers ond tho mines century saw his realm the prey of tho workod by Indian slaves produced tho great powers preoious metals in quantities that dazEqually disastrous woro those times zled tho world and intoxicated tho in the colonies Tho Dutch Frenoh and Spaniards It is estimated that during English soized foothold in tho Guiauas the century whloh followed tho discov- Â¬ and then hoi pod themselves one after ery of tho new world 3000 tons of gold another to tno smaller islands in tno THE ALCAZAR OF BEVILIaB and 0000 tons of sllvor orossod tho Caribbean sea By tho timo of tho Dutob bo squandered in Spain Penni Â¬ war of 1005 tho pretonsions ocean to of Spain to thanks to tho genius of Duudouuld bo tion Dining the wars with Napoleon less noblemen borrowod money to pay universal ownorship in thoso regions coming independent in 1834 Moxico overy port of Spain was put iu a thortheir passage to America and returned were wholly ignored Tho English threw off tho yoko of Spain iu 1831 and ough stato of dofcuso by English monoy Common soldiers came seizod Jamaica millionaires The French first took Guatemala then Including all Central hut sinco tho Spaniards havo boon left baok to tho mother country with proces- Â¬ Tortuga and thence sent out filibusters to thoir own devices tho fortifications America iu 1833 Nor did tho provsions of slaves A certain Spanish sol Â¬ who presently drovo tho Spanish out of inces ou the Plata rivor lag behind havo been neglected aud oven forts nnd dier was married in Barcelona to the Haiti Hispaniola Littlo Spain and Paraguay iudeod was first of all to win battcrios of modern stylo aro mounted daughter of a nobloman and celebrated made it a Frenoh province Even Ha her Indepondnco in 1814 Uruguay folwith old fashioned smoothboro guns the occasion by glviug away in alms vana was attackod moro than oncp utterly ineffective In niodorn warfaro lowed iu the tame year and tho Argen 000000 in gold and silver Another Drake had a fruitless venture nt it tina confederation after n ton years war At tho entrance of tho Mediterranean in 1834 Brazil had boon lust to Sphu aro two points which if proporly fortiIn tbo secession of Portugal and Florida fied oould bo held ngaiust tho naval powers of tho world Tarifa on tho was codod to tho United States In 1810 Nothing wns uow loft to Spain iu tho Spanish sldn and Ceuta on tho opposite western hemisphere excopt Cuba and coast of Africa Tarifa is in tho judg Â¬ ment of military oritlcs capablo of bo Puerto Rico lug mado as iuvuluerablo as Gibraltar Rebellion Remnant of an Kiuplra All tho seaports of Spain havo stron Beyond the roar ond of tho Spanish peninsula a few islands ndjoiniug her ger fortifications on their land side than sharos aud a pouul colony in Africa iu on that toward tho soa This odd oir whioh politloal prisoners aro starved oumstauce is n relic of tho Freuoh invaaud tortured Spain has nothing loft but sion In the early yoars of this century Cuba and tho Philippines nnd both aro and also significant of tho turbulent In rovolt Columbus declared Cuba to condition of the couutry over siuco tor be tho most beautiful land ovor beheld tho citioa of Spain aro in tho judgment by human eyes Her poaceablo natives of tho government iu moro danger from the Spanish exterminated with overy tho Spaniards themselves than from a horror of torturo SInoo thcro was uo foreign onouiy On the bny of Biscay gold iu tho islaud Cuba was noglected Coruua und Ferrol are tho principal aud ignored for many years But tho fortresses wbilo at Vigo thero aro two Spanish colonized it and ultimately small forts to protoot the outrauoo of found that its sugar plantations nud to- tho harbor aud San Sebastiau the royal bacco fields woro moro profit a bio than resldencodnriugtho summer Is guarded gold mines For two centuries It has by a mediaival castle aud two or threo proved tho most valuable of all Spains water batteries Coruna aud Ferrol are possessions Cuba finally grow tired of situated on tho same bay about 30 being pluudered by Spain nnd robollion milos apart aud tho latter is tho sito of tho largest u ivy yard and marine arsenal after rebellion aroso ouly to bo ruth in Spain lessly suppressed Then cnuio the fa BpanUh Charactarbllca mous ten years war aud finally tho present formidable insurrection Tho BUKK AND CRAV SHOW EMPIRE Of The story of Spain from groat Charles H- mallor islaud of Puerto Rico which CHARLES Y INCLUDING GERMANY AND V to littlo Alfonso XIII has no parallel S with Cuba makes up the ronmaut of In the history pf the world Historian JMKlPORTUGA- L- BLACK W0JCATE5 PRCS-Spains empire in Amerioa commands awl philosophers explain the pltuw CNT 5PAMI3M TERRITORY bit slight ntteotlou Its history ku Moat aAeordittg to thsiv ladivldasl Idas Uen oolorlAM Ju IndivldoaUtr m sta Protwtotttt Utribala fell of Iwia to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M I H Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 THE GROWTH AND DECAY OF THE GREATEST NATION IN THE HIS TORY OF THE WORLD Â¬ niflcant It hangs upon tho fato of Cuba Tli i Philippines form an important link iu tlio groat volcanic mountain rango lying off tho Asian coast Kam- Â¬ chatka tho Kurlltis Japan Formosa tho Philippines Borneo Java Thorn aro two largo islands Luzon and Mill dauaho seven others of cousidorablo slzo and uncounted hundreds of smaller ones down to tbomcrcBt dots of verdur- Â¬ ous rock on tho sea Thoy aro all mado of volcanic rock nnd coral and abound iu valuable minerals Tho cltmata is tropical but tho height of tho mountains and plateaus makes it endurable to Europeans Tho total area of land is 64000 squaro miles and tho population somo 8000000 The flora is wonderfully profuse comprising teak sandal nnd camphor trees palms tea n vast varie ty of spices nud perfumo bearing flow- Â¬ ers rico and tho famous maullla hemp Tho fauna shows no dangerous beasts of prey savo tho orocodllo There aro buffaloes pigs nutolopos monkoys nud lemurs galore As for tho pooplo thoy aro as much mixed as thoso of Spain itsolf Negritos wero probably autochthonous Thou Polynesians came in and then Malays Chincso also camo in great numbers and of lato years tho Japaucso havo been flocking with intent it may well bo to possoss tho is land when tho Spanish aro oxpolled Tho Spanish population is very small Industry and commcrco aro considerable Thcio aro steamship linos railroads telegraphs and cables and a for- Â¬ eign trade of 00 000000 a year Manilla is a splendid city set on tho margin of ono of tho lluest harbors in tho world It has an ancient fortress fine churches a gay parado busy streets and canals parks und palaces hotels and theaters Tho inhabitants aro an amiablo and fA8 uni W jiii tveil Loainille BendenonJJt No I No Ct Time Card In Effect June 20 87 Eatt ncnind 41 No 41 46 m ty Si Lmi Owemlwro Hiranilile SpniuilUi HendtMon 66 aid 310pm 24ft 7Mm Sf5jm 246 7H 738 818 BIT Irylnirion I Brandenburg ArrLoulivilla Weil Hound Strphtupoit Clorpott llawnvm 37 341 440 503 622 621 7 45 6 03 8 iO 107 1045 1112 645 U3Vm No 4I 7 Oini Bftl 32S 400 450 610 625 557 617 13 No 4 4 Nu 45 ly 11 Strphentrt I I Ixiulnl le MramloburK liylnslon oOpra 915 Oweniboro Evamvlle Arr St Limit A 1 llKville vi rpo I Spoiivlle llfnd ron 96 1135 2 7 m 947 10 10 12 0 7 32 iar 0 61 01 6V 6 13 7 20 79 823itn 9 li I 8i4 6 1058 1148 952 021 t 12 115 1040 1221am 6 115 7 20 j lraln nin ihrough Solid ti ltanvl le Through arlor cars anil Pullman 1 icn on all raln hetvrin S L uii Han vl r and Loud vllle Numberi u and 42 connect at Irvlntrton for Fordivtllc and ilardlnihurg dully except Sunday II C MOIIDUE A 0 1 A IxjuliTlIle Ky 1 i Louisville Header anfiSt Louis RyCo TIME 8CHEDTJLE Tnnlnir V 3STO 4 lltlen M 633 oclck A tyttt Brnmd Trnm 43 41 Sunday Uj tail 42 33 8S7 K Hound Trtun Kxpri lUprt Mull 14 V ST A HIIV 1 Eipri Dally Mail A 6 03 Dlly Dally 4f0pny 7 30m 7 48 537 5 40 HAVANA IN 1720 FROM AN OLD PAINTING 5 48 818 811 vUnn tar 12 35pir Kentucky St 12 20 Writ 1olnt llOam Howard Wlllowdale Hock Haven l onf Ilranch Brandenburg KVton Gunton Irvlnirton 1145 1135 1128 1121 1112 I i 82 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ k k iHSt Â¬ as Â¬ ir MsPiiffll llfffi Â¬ Â¬ mS JpWllmR HI r religious bigotry nud tho suppression of Independent thought by tho inquisition One Catholic writer on tho other hand maintains that leniency in dealing with herosy marked tho beginning of national decay Had Charles V boon duly diligent in stamping out tho reforma tion iu Germany says this writer Spain would never havo deteriorated Tho political economist teaches that tho enormous wcaltli brought from America in stead of enriching really impoverished Spain since it induced neglect of homo industries nud generated nu extrava gauco which became the ruiu of tho nation Bucklo finds or thinks ho finds tbetanfo partly at least iu tho super- Â¬ stitious rovoreuco for authority which kopt tho Spaniards faithful to church and stato even whilo thoy know tho ono to bo corrupt aud tho other incompetent Prido of character aud nunrrogaucothat excited tho hatred of all foreigners and tho antagonism of ull foreign states tho warlike habits of tho Spanish people confirmed by eight centuries of constant coutliot with tho Moors draining tho country of its best men and leaving only tho weakly aud infirm each and overy ono of theso causes together with Innumerable others has been uphold by able advocates Bo tho causo what it may tho fact is apparont that the great Â¬ est nation of tho fifteenth contury is nmoug tbo loast of tho nineteenth Tho twoutieth century may find her nothing but n memory Spain has had wtioh nroUttopturo Tho Al somo art and littlo literaturo hambra tbo Esourial and tho Alcazar aro marvels of beauty and grandour In a book conspicuous for friendliness to Spain Mr Chatflold Taylor says that Spaniards aro probably loss understood in Amoricn than nny pcoplo in Europe In fact tho popular conception of tbo Spaniard is of n sinister scoundrel wrapped in a cloak who smokes ciga- Â¬ rettes and commits dark deods a sort of comic opera villain whose passion is cruelty This absurdity is fully oqnnl ed by tho Spanish impressions of Amor Icaus or Ios Yankees as thoy call us Thoy look upon us as a speoies of plutocratic barbarians whoso solo merit lies in our dollars whoso manuorB nro boorish nud whoso envernment is tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ most corrupt nud most overbearing in tho world It is not always pleasant to 600 609 618 626 661 669 707 712 7 7 7 7 7 8 35 8 42 8 51 8 59 93 907 915 923 9 9 9 9 31 1102 1053 1045 1037 1024 1020 1007 1002 9 45 9 40 9 27 20 2 32 43 61 lodbunr Stephentport Addlion Cloverport Shops Sklllman Hawesvllle Falcon t ewisport Waltman Powers Mattingly Griffith Stanley Pierce Sainple Webtier 1015 959 27 39 41 754 804 812 818 827 833 8 42 9 05 9 59 1011 1014 1025 1035 10 41 10 49 966 Holt Petrle 917 903 9 03 853 1058 1105 1114 1125 11 5am 1146pm 864 916 932 Pates Oweniboro Worthlneton Heads Spottsville 8 47 8 38 8 8 7 7 7 827 818 07 02 58 52 45 n 9 21 9 25 10 10pm 1240nm 9 47pm 1217 964oir 12 24 9f9 Dl 1165 12 02 1209 11 bassett 7 31 15 738 41 and 4a make connection at Ir vmKton dally acept Sunday with trains to aid from ilardinburg and Pordsvilie Ilranch Onlv Hnfl rUnnln Parlnr Par hmtnrtimtt lni1 vllle Owensbnio and Henderson Onlv direct line to the North and Ejst For further information call on or address Agents or II C MOHDUK A G P A Louisville Kv H Trains Nos St L W ofdsvlfle Branch MAY 30 18U7 ALFONSO XIII see ourselves as others sea us and whon ono reads in Spanish papers that tho United States is a couutry without TIME TABLt No 10 TAKINO KFFEOT West tlound Trains principle or religion without manliness or bravery whero negroos aro roasted alivo and Italians lynched in the public streets whero Chiuameu aro persecuted and strlkos nro prevalent whero nu nrchlsts are governors or states ana per- Â¬ sonal liberty is unknown one resents tho tlrndo aud feels tho jingo spirit surging iu onos heart As u matter of fact tho Spauisb conception of tho American is merely an exaggeration of tho national faults just as our idea of tho Spaniard is n misconception of his character formed by magnifying his vices nt tho oxpeuso of his virtues Hu man nature is very much tho samo the world over aud tho Spauiard is very liko other men save that he is down on his luck Like must pcoplo who have known prosperity he finds it difficult to nppreciuto his circumscribed position nud is wont to survey himself from the magnificent standpoint of his achievements Â¬ Â¬ Daily Dally ex Sun ex bun No 6 No 1 10 ex Sun ex Stir No 2 No Iv Itvlnuton A r 9o0am Garnctd 1125 8 03 1149 Harncd 742 1147 unction 77 nA uJh lies 12 lOim 7 17 Junction 12 25 Kirk 7 02 1235 Jolly 650 12 55 ilendcanc 6 30 1 C5 Dempster 620 120 t KsllsnoiiBhlv 606 1 45 Dempster 5 44 Itockvate 155 5 38 50am 2 05 2 3U 25 i STATItNS Kl Bound Train lly Dally i V 215 Asklns 5 25 Oaks 6 lu Mitchell ArVn IMlelv 6 Of am ltuth 50 B O S TrauiH Iihvv Urni viHe nu fnllims O S W IIAILMAV Cinclrmatl and tht Kait St Louis and the West No jo No 16 No 18 Lv Ioulvil j 8 ajani 2 4pn 35am A- - I incin all 645am 11 S5am 6 ojpm 11 15am Ar Cilumbus 11 rspm SSSPm i 23pm Ar Pittsburg 7 ajam 6 yo am 11 20am r Hsnii cion Ar Ilaltiin re 1 2opin 7 500m Ar Phi aili pliia 10 15am 3 o pm Ar Ni w Vork la 3011n 5pm Ar Boston 301pm 905pm N lln Nu 16 has tleirnnt Pullman llullel Iuilor c iiom Sleeper anil CartnCiiuii 11a unit D dnins cars t tin mitti t Vumng on liahinore PI11U e phia and Nt w ork wilhcut 1 liauc Tra n No iShisil t Iu I maPail r l arm iiiciiuiati ufii Pilinian liuiviitnuui and dining i aisLliirinnali In Siw Y rk with t change Train Uo 70 ha slee ers to Clncii natl pen at aoMock to riceive pisse geis time3 tablb W RY t Â¬ ai jt N St Louis SprlngflMd and the West Lv Loulsvilln r M lauis Ar Springfield si li Nu 8 16 No 115am la 3unn Â¬ North Vernon aicimoitatirn tally Charlestown HCCtmnuodation leaves at 5 30 p in except Su day TlainsNos 16 411 and 44 have rltgant day coaches Pullman pirlur and ikcplnu cars to St Louis 8 40pm 9 33am leavi s al 7 Is 11 m 040pm 3m 830pm 44 719am THE ALHAMBRA Â¬ Â¬ Suffered JKlOuoy Difficulty Years Â¬ Entirely by 3 Uottlca Cured Depot Seenlh and river Main streets For di tail information regarding rales time on connecting lines sleeping parlor diniig cars etc It S IIUOWN address District Pais A- Ikket Agent II OS W Ity and Main Louisville Ky 4th or J M CHKSSIIHOUGH General Pas enctr A tint Cincinnati Ohio G II WAIIKKL Assistant General Passenger Azent Cincinnati Ohio From Fast 7 I a n noon 640 p m a i a m 3 soa m Krora West -- 7 a a m 15 p m fi op m City Ticket office toulhrast corner Fourth and TltAINS AHJIIVE in u Â¬ Safety Comfort 8E3ra5ira era RAINS Louisville and Mall iwdli llatwaob Â¬ Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utai Packet Line Lint Fait Louisville and Evansville 8TBAMKR8 Â¬ Washington Omaha F M E G KAGON Kyan Matter W A St Paul Nebraska RCV Utshop Purser TARASCON D L Peooy Master L AjMErCNAMt00PHD Black Hills VIA Â¬ T Conner Puraar Late Presiding Elder MXCuurch BnaronFa writes Dr Fennert TELL OITY R II Ballard Master W U Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ K W I suffered 35 years with kidney difficulty VESTIBULED TRAINS Some 10 years ago I used 3 bot- Â¬ tles oi your Kidney and Backache Cure SLEEPERS DINING GARS I can truly say that since that time I CHAIR CARS havo had less backache than I had in 10 r M HUSO TRAVPASSfl A0ENT8T LOUIS MO niautes before I took the Cure I feel HOWARD CILIOTT QINL MOR ST LOUS Ha IWWAKCLCVoeNtFASS RAQTTLOUIaMO wtlrt ly cured St Louis or Chicago V Newbell lunsr r OHARLW5 O MARTIN 4tj to 4fa fffaafrtai M rVrt yyvmi M HiH cureu at new c act Wtttter IheM w- Pally except Batorday betwaco Loulsv II and Hew Amsterdam 13P Freight ihlpped by this Una lUllTtrcl 00101- or than bj rail TraTlri will and tba steamers are a ur pastad In qnlpment and aeooBimo4tluB4 oeoks mi The but culinary art employed h saaaa li eual 0 that 0 tba beat buwle General oHoaa 1T and ITS 4th Ana LaaJlTllla W W HITK L PKNNY Pe Sapt O V WiLUAm A PI STAGGS u t rOwns am Xt MMMMMMiUSii Kmi flMtair y 3 afceaaaaaaBeai Breckenridge WKDNBflDAY News 1898 XiHXtM White APRIL 0 FALLS OF ROUGH Mlsa Cilia Harl is no better in Four Years Old Fear 120 Height and Weight Pousdi Ft AT TAYLOR G0LLE6E Wife of President Wright Thankful to LOUISVILLE DR Market Choice country Kiglii Reports ntTTTKR DAVIS I Elltibtthtown Leader MIssMeda Wllhite of Buckmr Ky Mr Willis Green returned from I Kl is probably tho largest child for her age Juvlllo the other clay in the world She Is four years old and Little Jessie Stone visited lier aunt in weighs 120 pounds and is four fei t high tier cli at measurement is 38 Inches 1 n I Ohio county last week the distance from shoulder to b oulder 10 The meeting closed last netdc with incite while th depth of her chest is a several additions to the church little more than 0 Inches Ioisrd grace Â¬ Â¬ I hear there is to be another big ful ly bjtwc ti her wellrounded should ing at this place about the first of May era is a head 21 inches around which Is Mis Charlie Gross plater of Mippoit d by a neck 15 inches Inclrcum Isfpendlng a few weeks with her feroi ce The distance around her waist is 37 Vtry few people here have panted the r gardens yet nn account of bo much inches and it takes three feet seven in Â¬ ches of the tape to meet around her hips rain Tom Ilutli r has ought a lot of young Her auns measures 20 inches in length a good price for und exactly one foot at the biceps musÂ¬ cattle lately cle while the forearm at its largest point them Is 11 Inches around Miss Mary Bradshaw of Short Creek From these measurement b it will be went to Fordsvile last week to visit her seen that this little girl of fuiir years is sister as large at many points as an adult Tom Duller of Shreve Ohio county weighing 200 pounds Although she is was a guest of the Messrs Chambliea very large the is active both in body Sunday and mind Her mental development is Mrs John Eskrldge and little daugh wonderful being equal to that of most ter Flossie were guests of Mrs Mercer children at twice her age and is rarely last week if ever excelled by children of equal age Her father Ed Wllhite is about 25 Mr Ellis Lojd of Louisville paid Furdsvllle and his parents a flying visit years old and weighs but a few pounds Creamery 1214 21 1C18 mar ABSOLUTELY GUAR cUrws eV ANTEED TO CURE ALL Tur 11IJI i FORMS OF iiiniainiaifiai fLl TaJfrilTI IflDNEyTMEIS IN ACTION i ARC THE rHE HEW ray in PAINES CELERY COMPOUND fflDNEyUVER DISEASES F0RSAlBrAllWlUiGISTS RemeW IDEAL REMEDY NEVER FAIL TO ji Frpali 88J 00CJ iunc7JaLiVLrt Sprint Ituck Hetii pr lb clitckHOR younir rOULTRT GIVE SATISFACTION not le Turkeys live Ucpso per dozen Gooil middling per Ib per Ib COTTON 080 n OO0a30O 8I5 simoMiamcmoSoo Of PRICE SEND FOR FREE BOOKLET cJUti EA5yTTuJMNCDAVl miSIAltrMVSlliJ Ml 0 55 1 Uuwl-y-vil- Middling tn 1 paig riKin RRRD Timothy per bushel Clover per bushel CrliDRon clover per bushol lt d Top per bushel Urrhard Urars per bushel Uluegrasa fancy per bushel hay ouain rcED Timothy No 1 No 2 Timothy Good bright straw CORN CVa 2 15 RATES PER DAY Th moat tentr llj Iscatad Hotal In trweittf 3 25 2 60 15 115al20 85 000950 30 800a860 4 00a4 60 adai 38J JOHNSON No 2 Mixed at store No 2 White OATt 0031 31 30 r JJL M 5 JOUISVILLE KY Â¬ No 2 White No 3 White No 2 mixed Otta No 3 mixed Oata WIIHAT 28 2SJ 04 No 2 Long Berry No 2 Red IIYE I4 53 week Sous have on a nice new Col Grreu stock of goods and they nre selling them real cheap too Mts Jetiule Morgan has been quite 111 for several weeks though she Is much lait brtter at present Mr White of ltck Vale had a log rolling and Mr Cleamom had a fence raising lHSt week Ed Stone killed a large gray fox out in their new ground last week It was a fine ppecitnen of its kind Misses Mamie Stone Cora Wingate Iplm and Willie Cliamblifs were guests of Mrs Cliamblis Sunday If the wild rumors I hear are true Cuba will certainly be free or else there will be war ere these item reach their daughter more than his while her mother is a few years ounger than her father and weighs but little more Miss Meda enjoys the best health and If fortunate enough to reach maturi- Â¬ ty will possibly be the largest woman in the world four-year-o- ld No 2 Western High Grade Patent 8traight Patent Low Graduii Salt 7 bu bbl N O Molasses Fiotm i TOOTH al 9 ECONOMY 9 6 m 5C5j0O0 5 00 435tl50 1 10 MISCELLANEOUS A torpid liver robs you of ambition and ruins your health De Witts Little Ear- Â¬ ly Risers cleanse the liver cures constipa- Â¬ tion and all stomach and liver troubles Short Haynes A Lie yy how soon borghum Sugar gran per cwt Lime per bbl Cement per bbl IOTATOES 3038 A tooth mny decay for years beforo It aches It coats far loss both in money and discomfort to take care of small cavi- Â¬ ties than large ones Come any time and have your teeth gx- - 513a5 25 2830 80 amined No charfro for it We will be at IrviugtoD on Wed nesday and Thursday after the fourth Monday of each month 7080 200a2 25 85 Irish per barrel new Sweet per barrel ONIONS f HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg I herew ith take pleasure in denouncing as infamous and malicious a lie which has been circulating among the gossip pers in the neighborhood of Pierce and Sample It is to the effect that A J Bennett committed a misdemenor while destination The wheat crops in tills vicinity are doing some painting and varnishing for looking vi ry fine and the prospect for a me last summer For the articles that bjuutiful harvest is better than has ben was reported begot I did not have at that time for several years Col Greens big saw mills are running biskly since the water have receded Per barrel 250 BACON ft Thursday morning the wife of Henry Payne n prominent Daviesi county citizen was confined and Dr Karly was Mrs Payne was delivered of called triplets two girls and a boy They were till healthy lusty youngsters weighing about II e pound each Mother and children are doing well Miss Msgle Alford daughter of Mr John II Alford a farmer of the ljttlt neighborhood in Daviess county made an uucepsful attempt to commit suiede Thuislay evening Kd Showers tiie mulatto who shot and killed Jane Thomas tils sweetheart August 14 1807 was sentenced to s rve ytuiK Fruit trees are decorated In lovely pink ninetj iiine ears in the penitentiary by and tint o leroun plum bios the Hardin Circuit Court last week and wh Hodgenavllles new huh and spoke lilted the air with a sweet and delihums cate f agtauce all their own The little factory is about ready to start up wild lliwers are peeping out of every The Slate Board of Kqializition has sheltered no ik in their mod si way nod made its report so far as it effects Lallu ding and smiling at the heavy gray county An increase ol ten per cent is c oUIf unit front air and gloomy weath made on all land personalty in the er but IuiikIiii g in their silent glee when c unty the grand old sun dares to peep forth and eucirclrf them in the warm embrace of his beautiful light Poor old Spain die turuly wants to be kicked oil the universe for if she U lot able to sub J nu the beautiful little Isaud when the Creator said to woman of Cuba what can she promise herself or In sorrow shalt thou bring forth expect by Insulting the United Slates children that a curse was pro- Â¬ But then the has 110 honor or pride else nounced against the human race she would not ave committed that low but the joy felt by every Mother 111 an cowardly deed the murder of the when she first presses to her heart Maine seamen A nation mutderiugher her babe proves the contrary guests in cold hood How contempti Â¬ Danger and suffering lurk in ble It Is more like the act of a cowardly the pathway of the Expectant lilef who steals up behind a defeiis less Mother and should be avoided man in the dark ami kills him in order that she may reach the hour when that he may rob him without getting the hope of her heart is to be real- Â¬ hurt himself thinkii g the while that he ized in full vigor and strength can dude a round and Hri out f it That was hjmlnB idea she lluugnt it wi uld iw for hu accident or that cIih so relaxes the Vain ihiUjhts b would lie out of it system and as cause them is a j is God a ated 011 the great tiro ie wh lules this fair world sists Nature of our ami king a id uati ins must bow that the nec- Â¬ essary change to Ilia holy will For un Â¬ submissively takes place der the rule of that j 1st power Injustice without Nau- Â¬ is not toll rated and wiong d iug is mre ffllltll aWrtJeW sea Headache otmeititsowu pun slmeut An unjus Nervous or Is Bure to fall like everything Government Gloomy Fore- Â¬ else which r s s upon a rotton founda- Â¬ boding of da- Â¬ tion well-to-do Â¬ Â¬ tÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ and business is booming right along in our little village Mibs Katie Butler was the guest of Miss Cora Wingate and Mr Joe Jones visited Mr It ib Cliambless one Sunday du lug the big meeting I am told that Mrs Albert Beauchamp kept eighteen turkey hens to raise from liis year She will certainly have a bountiful supply of eggs God has taken the little baby to Heav Â¬ en thai brightened Brother Millers heme sshott a lime We extend sympathy utno uri raven paruilUf Mr Kills Loyd of Louisville has rent ed out his propirty 011 East Armsby Mieet Himself and family are board ii g on account of his wifes ill health Master Earl Llod of Louisville returned home last week after a visit of parent Mr Bc wral weeks to hit grand and Mrs Thomas llojd of Furdsvllle Miss Cora Wiigttu says she has no palienuM Willi blu ejed men but there is a certain young man in possesion ot a palruf loyely brown ejes which in her estimation aie tuu only eis In the world worth looking into who was Monahan Mrs Matlie drowned in the Wabash river near hr home in Indiana was brought to tier pareute Mr and Mr Jim EsUridge for iut imeut and was laid to rest in the f unily I urjlr g pouud in Grajcon coun Win t u had eudli g fir one so ty Â¬ At Taylor collegp Upland Indiana one of the bulldingo The Maria Wright Hall bears the name of the donor on the corner stone Maria Wright is the wife of Rev John R Wright the president of the collegp as well as nn si dent of the National Association of Local Preachers a familiar name especially to Methodists all over the country If an one has known the luxury of 1 OltKNZ Dowhil doing good the beloved wife and of the president of Taylor college has Tho farmer the mechanic and the enjoyed her share In the same helpful bicjeto rider are liable to unexpected cuts and bruises De Witts Witch Hazel spirit with which she baa helped many a Salve is tho best thing to keep on hand poor struggling student by something It heals quickly and is a well known cure more substantial than good advice Mrs Wright writes to the proprietors of for piles Short 5c Haynes Paines celery compound hoping some- Â¬ one may be benefited by Paines celery LIVE NEWS compound as her letter shows that she has been Gleaned From Purchse and Pen Washington D O May 24 07 nyrlle Exchanges 1337 10th St N W Co Wells Richardson I fiad your Pnlnes celery Dear Sirs only way Mrs Mnrilla L Wood The could make good a judgement secured compound of much benefit as a tonic against the Henderson Street Railway Since taking it I feel stronger I take pleasure In reconending it company ol Henderson was to buy th Respectfully Mrs II Maria Wright road This she did rolling stock sheds Every irsou who has oyer taken real estate machinery rails and mntorri every othr appurtenance for the sura Paineu celery compound has observed Â¬ Â¬ it regulates the bowels and Shoulders clears the whites of the eyes of that yel- Clear rib sides Â¬ low jaundice look 5iH H - Another witness of its invigorating capacity that may escape the notice of persons not accustomed to or dinarlly employing this test is its effects on the pulse Observe the firm regular full pulse tint was baforo uncertain flut Â¬ tering and feeble The great susceptibility of woman to worry is hlghtened by the fact that she leads a more confined monotonous life narrowed down to the four walls of home the greater part of the day Paines cel- Â¬ ery compound is just what such nervous depressed persons need to restore th dr nerves to energy and to lift them out of their constipated dyspeptic habit of body Clear sides Sugar cured hams Lard in tierces HIDES 8 J 00 J bH ROCKPORT ROCKPORT CJ No 1 green salted per Ib No 2 greon salted per lb No 1 dry flint per lb No 2 dry Hint per lb No 1 dry salted peril No 2 dry salted per lb v OOI 1515i 15 13J 8jl 1717J 0J9J CAlil UfnDIA OHn nunivo IND Ahead For Fine Saw Alvays Repairig Sheepskins Lambskins Unwashed per lb Hurry black and cotted Good tub washed per lb FEATIIEUS 1020 1410 3031 2550 2033 33033 Not One Complnlnt in Past Yenr of Our Work The many letters of high praise of our that we are ahead of others Hammering large circular saws is our specialty and saws that others have failed on If you want satisfaction on work and prices we guarantee it Address work is evidence Prime whito goose per lb Good white old goose per lb Dark and mixed old per lb ROOTS 1220 2022 0305 15 230 Paines celery compound counteracts the txhausting strain of work by its strorg inducement to the delicate tissues to take more food It plainly induces the nerves and brain to feed themselves more liberally and bos thus saved count- Â¬ less men and women from chronic neu- Â¬ ralgia rheumatism sleeplessness and failing mental power No remedy has been discovered so rich in fl sh forming and energy producing constituents as Paines celery compound SenecaSnake Pink Yellow Wild Ginger fibre off Wild Ginger fibre on Lady Slipper May Apple MISCELLANEOUS I 30 05 05 Rockport Saw Works Roclcport Ind 304 of 1019 30 ROCKY BRANCH J HHunsche ot tbo sick list Julius Champin was the guest of Miss Letilia Miss Lizzie Ricketts Wednesday night Charley Wayg mer was heard- - to re Â¬ mark that he loved to play skipp a Hardin is loo The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Tallow per lb Prime beeswax per Ib Prime ginseng per lb Dried appleB per lb Dried peaches halves per lb runs Black skunk No 1 cased Short stripe skunk Long stripe skunk White skunk Uaccoon No 1 large Mink No 1 large cased Grey fox No 1 large cased Red fox No 1 large casad Muskrat No 1 large cared Opossum No 1 large cased Wild cat No 1 large cased House cat No 1 large cased Otter Nn 1 large cased Heaver No 1 larg cased 2 41H270 2424j 3j31 A Dutschke WITH Son CO lli S070 f BUCKNER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE INCORIORATID 30I0 2025 10 313 310 Chapel Street net Main and Market and 210220 Tenth Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY G0G5 7500 6505 76000 10015 07012 05015 Special Attention Four Months Storogo Tree Given to Private BUCKNR TOBACCO WARIIOUSE Sales Independent Warehouse Mnrk your hogshends 1020 4 00a7 00 300j5 00 Jim Meadorand via the Cannon wife went to Ktnsas train Monday Ball MANY THINK night Orrin Hardin was the guest of Miss Lucy MoQavock Saturday and Sunday May Co Smith Slater has returned from a trip to Hardin county OANNELTON IND Win Frai zman and wife were here visiting relatives Friday and Saturday If any one waute to find out all about the alphabet g to Chaplus mill at the HUhs Ruu bndgi 07 No one should be surprised into heart disease if Fanny liarbee should change her name to Smith Mary Gibnon Bays she would rather Uvea life of single blessedness than to B V BEAKD Preildent call ou some else to paddle her canoe WILL MILLER Vlet Preildent II BKAKD OaiMer The girls all sty it is shocking to Bee a delicate girl like Hilda Hardiu Hailing 8 much lumb r 1 tiW UEAllb I Dlreotort Ada Rltketts is the best cook in the MORRIS ESKRIDQK j R M JOLLT county wMwqimwyiww Casper mm A Book RECORD gf sin WE CURE NERVOUS for Young and Old b H C BRUNER SON Commlilon Merchant i al The oldest and best produce house in Louiaville Prompt to remit and return empties Wesolicit tho shipments of all country Merchants 1 BANK yi 327 Second Street LOUISVILLF KY Telephone 9 TJ BLOOD DISEASED PRIVATE HAEDIUSBUEG MEN 1 WILLARD W S MILLER HOTEL Jr Mgr nicFASES vuriCiU M 250000 YOUNG MAN CURED nJSlur 2X Infix is Rates 200 and 2 50 Best House r HBhi 1 QUARTERLY MEETINQS Second Round Owensboro INTEREST PAID E ON TIME DEPOSITS ulicii iKimrnnt of tho torriblo crlma you wcro committing 11 J ou only contuler tho fascinating nllurcmciits of thli evil hnbit When too iatoto mold tho ter riblo rofiilta wcro your eyes 0oed to your porllT 1IJ you lator on in man in Louisville I MtMKAinSalM DittrlotM Church South 1 MOTHERS FRIEND 1 Nothing but Mothers Frlesd does racking cough incidental to this disease this Dont be deceived or Foley Honey and Tar Cough Medi Â¬ persuaded to use anything else Hi quealinnably the beat remedy cine Mother friend Ii the xreaUat remedy irtr or the throat and lungs Pleasant to on the market and all our customer praie I t W H KiJa Co Whluwrlght Tex igbiy A R Fisher take aud U guaranteed Of drugglata at II 00 or aent by expreii on re Â¬ K A Khellman Stephens CloverportJ ceipt or price Write or Urate containing valuaIateaville ble Information for all Mothers mailed free port Gordon fc llaynw Hardlwburg The BraMtM Btfalaiar Co AtUaU 6a E A Witt If you have you probably need a nil bld medirine like Foleys Honey and Tar to heal your lungs aud atop the Have You Had the Qript mMMm ncer and the trying hour is robbed of its pain and suffering as so many happv mothers have experienced Followii g is he second louuil of quar terly meetings f r the Oensboro dis- Â¬ trict M E cturch South Battle Chapel April 3 and 4 Main Btreet April 6 and 0 Pltawnt Ridge at Ralphs Chapel April 0 aud 10 Lewis port at New Chapel April 10 and 17 j Yelvlngton atThruston April 23 and 2 Fordsville at Beech Valley April 30and My 1 Hartford at G shen May 5 and fljCerava at llopiwell May 7 and 8 Owennburo circuit at Ruihlnga Chapel Hawesvillf at Sandy May 14 aud 15 creek May 21 aud t2 PattBvllle atMId way May 21 and 22 Rome at Jones Chapel May 2 1 aud 25 Ralue at Oak Grove May 28 aud 20 Calhoun June 4 and 6 -- outli Carrolltou at Central City JuueO aud 10 Llvt rmore at Point Pleasant June 11 and 12 Uech Grove Drflawate June 18 aud 10 Clovetport at Holt June 25 and SO Sunday school and district conferences at Calhoun June 2 to 5 Â¬ JLItLNwrvoua IMasaa Fat in a Mam 017 impotnc7i HlMpleMOMn to- - canted by Abut or othtr KxoeuM ana India crvtioaj TSy QuicJrfu ami urJjs rvaton Lnat Vitality In old or rcmngaod fit a man for study boalnMa or mamas PraTsnt Inaanlti and Oonaamptlon it taken i ntim ThairoM anowa loomed lata improta- ana CUIUS nhara all outer rail In matupon naoU atbo lit hTlnff renolna AJax Tab lata They hT oared thousands and wllloureyoo Waglreapoa lure written guarantee to effect a cur Kt AT la eechoaeaor ret und the moner PrloaUU U Ivirer U all treatment or ala pk mailInpTal wrapper nnon receipt of price Circular MADE TABLETS TOBITIVELY CORK ME A MAN AJAX Vsrfl Kara 3011 marry In your priwent con dlllonV V011 know MKIJ KATHUU LIIC1 HON If iiinrrinlaro you con Ktnntly litingln I nail if marriago a failure with ou on nccitunt of any weak nean cauoil liy early abuto or later ex- colour lno jou been ilrugzod with mercury JhU loolilctvflll lxjfntoutto von tliorosultnf tlievo crimen and ioint out hmrour NliW MinilUU TltCAT MK NT will ixwithrly euro you It rliows linw liounnndii linro licon ravfd by finoJcniitroctanyiKIVATliorlJIiOO llcaoJ Wcro j oil cured 1 Doyounon mid then reo romo nluriulnff pymptoma Ik YOU SHOULD EMPLOY I None but the County Surveyor to do vour work He lithe anihorUtd burvryorol the Cnuntvi la an eipeirnccd workman and knowa hlabulnei He It alto Notary Public writea Deeda and takca Acknowledgemidta Charge alwaya KeaaonaUe MgM our Minr AJAX REMEDY CO riu VAitiniciifu SYiMiiMS iiunr HIltimiMti IMlOTHNOY BU tlltirr UllAl N8 IINNAl UllAIi IJIH diicarcf Cll AltOKS KtUNUY and DLADUKH Â¬ ANY CIMIAIIM OASH Oil lAY Wo troiit ntiil euro IMlSHinNM NtV ritllATMIINT rnn nn IIIIAIIANII I 1I UUIIIi NO It irovei Adtlreaa CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARD1NSBURGKY Krervbody Baye So Coscnreta Candv Culluirllo tho moet won derful uiiUlcul Ufncocry of the ago pleas ant and rofrciliinR to tho tnsto act gently and iioaltlvcly on klilueja liver and bowels clcaiislinr tho cntiro aystrtn dispel colds cum licailnolio fovrr linlilttml i onstlpatlon and btllniitncm Ileaso bur and try a box M ems bold and of U U O to tlay 10 guaranteed to euro by all druugiats CURES GUARANTEED Tho Wagei of 6ln wnt free by enololng 2o atamp CONSULTATION It unabto to call vrrlto for FHlii QUKHTTON ULANK or IIOMK IlEATMKNT GREGORY Wbarfnasters CLOVERPORT L3cal ARCnti CO KENTUCKY Steamboat Agents Kennedys Kergan tWttm 122 W FOURTH STREET CINCINNATI O aT tWA itBilf DRS I your bosllb jour ilrenutu Keep lb Ileu4 Yoiirlililnitclonr and oaaltbr and Th rout anil our ml n4 and hrnlnlnlwaTiifliretandeac UUailafANH MttvriIOIIAiMAIKKIitbe n iiena crAtt rllar to mankind In TIIHIIAlirauDitt hlltt KM 1THH UIHK uf TARRH IIThat awful oJoi--In Culnrrh die u appeurt bf Wnndrrrnl Ilnr reTeraod AjUiro IrBUVl ONLY UUMIIMAVHBr I If ta u bniMll mm4 If II fnM VraUW te mli bal r aH t uauiii psuo Co TiKiMlta uu u a a YOUR FORTUNE Homestead Fertilizer Company and l tWt Do tmdard Dealer In Oil Company DO YOU a trlpl yon anltar from TRAVEL arayouvotng to tak JLK Halp ttat Iiaa4acacun lnat DerroucacM MultiMM by tha u of Ihla Inlialar tlif ar atat ailmulant and praTcnUUira known wontlerrii r revrr anu Aimnia uei itXSH INHAIKK aland yon urtVY f Ikbi la H jh tit fc niaa aMiMk n aaaH M Mk Umi IU4 omuui wwti w iiKutaa n v a u Doors Bush Dllnda Yellow 1lne Floor Ing and Culling Weathor Uoanilng Â¬ nu- OASTOSUA HBIM If Zx0Zfa Km MHf YRUP PEPSIN CURES CONSTIPATIONil BI Shinxlea Salt Lime Cement Laths Darter PlwterlriK Ualr riow Haiidlfs Bricks Etc E4hMtM FwMmI Totter Salt Rlicum and Eczema The Intense Itching and smarting Inci- Â¬ dent to these diseases is Instantly allayed by applying Chainoerlaius Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad cases have been pennanently en red by it It la equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites S3 cts per box and chronlo sore eyes Dr Cljs CewlttleH Fewikrs are jnst what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonto blood purifier and vormifnge They are not food but medicine and tho best in uu to put a Prfc K borse in prime condition VanU packago wl Bll IhMhi lMj MUrlr W- - awl pr THR HM 4mWt OtIOVKRIOHTk KY Hyclnta are popular fliwers these days Mrs I Flood and son of near Stoph enpport were In town Monday shopping The Sir II F Friable went by here Saturday loaded with Iron She had eight pieces Services will he hold nt the catholic church nt Irvlngtonon Faster Monday and Tuesday niornliifiB T M Rodgers of Victoria was In the city last wek from Hawesville where he had boen attending court IloVT V Joiner went to Holts bot tom Saturday evening to hold services In Holts Cntipet Sunday morning Rev Donald Grant will preach in the First Presbyterian church Sunday After services there will be a congrrgition al meeting The Str Sam Brown passed by hero Saturday loaded with coal She had 4000000 bushels of coal headed for Cairo Ills Bishop T U Dudloy of the Episcopal church will preach in this city on tho 15th of this month Services to begin at 730 p m Every one is cordially Invite to attend Cashier Morris Beard of the Bank oi Hardinsburg wifo and son Benjiniln Franklin left Monday night for Salt Lake City Utah They go to visit Mrs Beards stater and will be absent proba- Â¬ bly a month Rjv A Deter of Louisville was here Sunday to fill an appointment for Rov W B Rutledge pastor of the Baptist church His sermon was n logical one and the congregation was much im Â¬ pressed by his oratory Rev Edwin Drury who Is announced to lecture at St Roses church next Fri day evening is well known to our peo- Â¬ ple a3 a very able and interesting lecturer and doubtless will be listened to by a large and appreciative audience Â¬ irk ff iivifflw iMfiMMIjMkaU sa The Begltmlng of bnUnus Is dandruff Keep the scxlp And promote tot growth of the fuUr by the use of Dandruff is JJisease dtn Easter egg dyes Sulzers Short A Haynes for your paints New goods Mrs II V Duncan Meats that you can eat Sulzers Kle kabbage and Kraut at Supers Chris Ah HardlnBburg was In town Saturday Boys shirt waists 20 25 and HO cents WRECK Victim of Deplora- Twenty Years Proof Tutts Liver Pills keep the bow- Â¬ els in natural motion and cleanse ummmmsmm Lot the flowers voice the Joy No tongue so fit can praise employ Stately lily white and sweet Neer was anthem so complete the system of all impurities An Suzws Mrs Motile Ilambleton went to Hen- Â¬ The Branch Railroad the dyspepsia sour stomach A Â¬ absolute cure for sick headache con- Â¬ Breckenridge News WEDEN8DAY A1UUL 0 1808 Local Brevities 5 f xn City Bakery Brinjr your eggs to Sulzers Jesse W Owen was In town last week Ours Is your store enjoy it Sulzirs Heed sweet potatoes Gregory Glb Bon The Ohio is at last recovering from her fullness Seed Irish potatoes Gregory Gib son jl Fresh oysters Friday at Frank riods Sei Fresh breal every day Gregory Gibson Oysters served Friday at Frank Sel frieds Martin Frank Tobinsportwas in town Saturday Childrens sandals 35 cent kind now 5 cents Sulzers The freshest fruits aro always obtaina- Â¬ ble at the City Bakery Fresh oysters soived in any style Fri- Â¬ day at Frank Soifrieds Dr Ben Uarned Boras has rented oat his farm and gone to Oaklohoma Eastern Kentucky people are troubled over the appearance of small pox Dr Lee and son Guesle of itomeInd were in town Saturday on business Mr T S Duke a prominent Hartford cltizjn died last Wednesday of blood poisoning The combination McKay waist for children worth 50 cents reduced to 35 cents Sulzars The town of Askins situated on the branch railroad Is booming with new stores of every kind Jesse XfiSyiSfe018 DarDer BnoP 8 undergoing extensive repairs and will soon bo an attractive place Farmers living beyond Pattersons cannot tiayel the road with a wagon foot f They come to town by the way of Mrs Alfred Oelzeafter a prolonged nigger hill illness and confinement to her bed wiys Dr It L Newson sold 400 bales of cot- Â¬ able to sit up Monday and walk about ton for 15000 Tuesday The sale was he room made on commission and the doctor re- Â¬ W O Allen has added a graphopbone alized a handsome profit to the gentlemens waiting room at the The lace makers have out done them- Â¬ depot but It takes five cents to hear It selves this year never such cobwebby perform delicacy as this season see our lace cur- Â¬ There were a number of Masons and tain display Sulzers friends who went to Louisville yesterday Short Haynea have the largest and morning to attend the funeral of brake most complete line of paints and brushes man Chandler ever brought to Cloverport They are II Y Harris manager of the Brecken cheaper than ever before ridge Co Limited was in town Friday Often times you come to town and He came to investigate the fire which have not the time to get a meal at a occurred last Tuesday hotel A meal can be served on short A little early but babies are here and notico at the City Bakery we have a nice line of baby caps to fit Irvin Payne agent for the Texas at the little ones it would be worth while Uarned was thrown from a horse last to inspect our line Sulzers Friday and badly injured He is now Miss Mabel Whitehead came up Sat- Â¬ getting about on crutches urday evening from Cannelton enroute Mitchells Hotel and Sulzers store to Tobinsport She is teaching school at were in decoration yesterday evening the latter place and is meeting with great paying their tribute to the arrival of the success A O U V Lodge from Lewisport The City Council held its rtgular Notwithstanding that tralBo has been monthly meeting Monday night at tho hindered throughout the county by the City Hall The only business of import- Â¬ roads being submerged by high wdter ance was the allowing of claims and offi there was a good crowd in town Satur- Â¬ cers salaries day O W Rice a farmer residing in the There is a trick about it a knack of TarFotk section was in the city Satur Â¬ elegance about the picture we frame day Mr Rice said the farmers were we haye the material we cut every cor- Â¬ progressing rapidly and were a month a ner tquare the result a perfect fit and head of the season a lasting picture frame Sulzers Brakeman Hart better known as Edward Klssam an old time sailor Battle Ax bad his hand severely when asked should he be called upon to mashed while coupling cars in 0 wens go to war would he accept He said bo ro yesterday morning It is feared Under no other circumstance would 1 amputation will be necessary leave my wife and baby I would most President Attllla Cox of the Hender- Â¬ likely go son route Attorney David W Fairleigb Capt David Duncan Superintendent and Banker Logan 0 Murray of Louls of the Brtckenrldge Cannel Coal Com Â¬ yill passed down on the Katie yester- Â¬ pany said to a Nxwa representative that day They returned last evening work would commence immediately in A protracted meeting will commence rebuilding the engine house and over- Â¬ at the Elm St M E church Sunday by hauling the engine Rev T V Joiner He will have the Misses Kittle and Emma Stltes and assistance of Rev U G Foote of Haw- Â¬ Master Genes Stitea went to Evanavllle esville who is an able preacher All are Ind last Wednesday At Henderson cordially Invited to attend they met Mrs J H Stltes who has been Rev Marcus Yoylesof Warren county visiting in Nashville Tennessee and Mr preached an interesting sermon at the Sam Stitea came home with them Baptist church Wednesday night ToÂ¬ While the creek was up at that stage morrow and Sunday Rev Rutledge of when it had to be crossed by a barge Cloverport will preach at the same there were more pedestrians going to aud church Rev Rutledge is a yery eminent Wood fro than has been in years charge of tiie ferry and divine Fordsville Express Weatherholt had Oscar McGavock one of the most a better and more agreeable p rson could v thrifty farmers in this county when talk Â¬ not have been selected McQulthys photograph gallery is still ing to a Nxwa representative Saturday lying in Clover creek The proprietors said I was somewhat surprised when will remain sometime and are well pleas walking through my clover field to find ed with the patrosage extended them in many placea the clover being clipped Their woxk te f a wperlor quality and to the ground Further investigation on removing a plank toes with a gnaraStee to be of the best revealed the fat the field be from a spring la discovered a w3Ht U an opportunity not often present Ho also stated in seed of such work large bed ofcut worms d and ye who are that it waa rather early for them shoaW take advantage of it Col William1 Asfaby proprietor of the patronage I Appreciating yor put Highland Nursery was In the city Mon Â¬ gain offer you swav inducements for eooHauance This mmm much time day night He aaid to a News represen Â¬ wm spent in the large eitiea obtaining tative that the fruit crop with the excep mw Www and eateklg o to the wry Uea of the strawberry crop was in ex Â¬ TliU erop will Uwt tUt will be worn jht millinery UU cellent eoadltlo pring My opening will take bJm on uwetieslly be a failure from the prevail Â¬ Thursday Friday and Saturday when I ing drenth f hut year The plants ball b pleated to show the most ax lived but the growth was not a vigorous qaWto Una ever shown In this city one and they didnt multiply He has 8500 peach trees la fall bloom and his 011 mi 70 will aoi to disappointed orchard k a lovely pioture to game nnon Wm Judith Mllkr Â¬ derson Friday Ladles sandals worth 50 cents now 10 cents Su Mrs The A O U W L idge had a bfg blow out last evening Good eating fur Easter dinner Suz ira grocery depaitment Price a been stricken down by March cyclonet Sulnrs Fordsville is erecting a handsome college building Everything is favorable for March weather in April The City Bakery can supply your wants in the confectionery line Dont forget us at the old bank build Â¬ ingGregory Gibson J A Redman of Glendalets the guest of his sister Mrs W O Allen Dont forget when you start shopping you want to consult us Sulzers The Texas road passed the recent rise without any damage to the track Horse shoe throwing is one of the pleasures now occupying the time ol many You will he twice paid for your visit to my millinery establishment Mrs H V Duncan Capt J J Hennln and Ed S Kelly of Hawesville were visitors to this city Sunday Call and see our large line of paints and white was brushes before buying Haynes Short My stock of millinery for the season of 08 is now in and ready for inspection Mrs H V Duncan Caleb Hawkins and Alvln Skillman of Hardinsburg were among the visitors to the city Saturday What has become of the Klondyke fever Nothing has been heard of it since the war agitation John McGavock a progressive farmer of this county lost an extra Ine tobacco plant bed by the high water John Smith son of N B Smith of Fordsville has gone to Fort Mcllenry Maryland to enter the U S Army Mrs Sam Ahl and children Bula and Willie spent Sunday in Stephensport the guests of Mr and Mrs Jake Miller Mrs J D Babbage and daughter Mllred are in Louisville with her sister Mrs D W Fairleigb 1010 Brook Street Jo Seymour tho laundry manbas been walking around with cructhes for the last few days He stuck a nail in his 1 stipation and kindred diseases Â¬ Chilesburg Va writes I dont know how I could do without them I have had Five Cars Loaded Willi Tics Liver disease for over twenty Ditched Eighty Yards of years Am now entirely cured Track Torn Up Thomas Chandler Brakeman Crushed y to Death and Lcc flongomtery Brtpfcman Badly Bruised II L ble Accident Cant do without them R P Smith REE CUBA -- sttByHHaaiB i Cfc Tfltjll is Tutts Liver Pills HES ENTERPRISING Morton Will Add a Planing Mill to Ills Plant Is the voice that goes up from millions of throats The nation awaits the result Shall freedom be born to the beautiful gem of the sea EASTER MORN How the little children will hunt for the pretty colored eggs and tiie lucxy ones nnu PFwvcBUPJ the rabbits nest We sell PAAS EGG One XT FAKR DTSS YpK dye price 5c nackatrc will color a in f Afinr nrrcre nn1 Cmn frntn nniftntl 1ft nilt lltl in tflblctS eHBllv dissolved in a cup of water making a solid color The paper dye is wrapped around the egg then dipped in a cup of vinegar and the work is done Bv mail 6 cents pj Americans are the most inventive peo on earth To them have been issued nearly 600000 patents or more than one third of all the patients issued in the No discovery of medorn years world has been of greater benefit to mankind than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy or has done more to relieve pain and Buffering JW Vaughn of Oakton Ky says I have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy in my family for sev Â¬ eral years and find it to be the beet medicine I ever used for cramps in the stomach and bowels For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman Stephensport Presbytery Changes The Kentucky Synod of the Cumber lain Presbyterian Church at its last meet Â¬ ing Oct 27 20 1897 at Hopkinsville so changed the Presbyterial lines as to do away with Nolin Presbytery and to add Breckenridge and Grayson counties to the Owensboro Presbytery Owensboro Presbytery is composed of eight couuties Henderson Daviess Ohio Grayson McLean Muhlenburg Breckenridge and Hancock Area Fquare miles 3500 ministers ordained 20 churches 51 The Presbytery will hold Its spring session at Haynesville Ohio county next Saturday April 0th at 11 oclock a m The opening sermon will be preached by the Rev II O Hook A meeting of great im of Hardinsburg A full duliga portance is anticipated Churches tlon is earnestly solicited send up session books for examination also Presbyterial dues Â¬ Mrs A Inveen residing at 720 Henry St Alton III Buffered with sciatic rheu Â¬ matism for over eight months She doctored for it nearly the whole or this time using various remedies recommend- Â¬ ed by friends and was treated by physi Â¬ cians but received no relief She then mod one and a half bottles of Chamber- Â¬ lains Pain Balm which effected a com- Â¬ plete cure This is published qt her re- Â¬ quest as sho wants others similarly af ilicted to know what cured her The 25 THOMAS CHANDLKli and 50 cent sizes for sale by A R Fish o Cloverport and It A Shellman He was in the prime of life 32 years Stephensport He had been an of ago and married employee of tho Texas in various ca- Â¬ Old Citizen Passes Away Another pacities for several years Ills friends Mr John uCuuett an old citizen of legion and he was a man thoroughrecent years were Stephensport but who in ly vorsed in his business moved to Louisville to reside died yes Mr Chandler was the eon of Rev terday morning at 4 oclock Ho had James S Chandler minister of the M been in failing health for quite awhile E church who now has a pastorage at Mr Bennett ran the hotel nt Stephens Eikton Todd county Ky port for many years now conducted by He was a member of the Masonic While in this vocation Roland Smith he made many life long friends and won lodge and Royal Arch Masons of this the esteem of all who knew him tIIo city He also carried insurance to the was about 02 years oag6 His remains extent of 1000 or 2G00 in the order ol Monon division will ha brought to Stephensport to day Railway Conductors number 80 in Louisville Messrs Geo where the interment will take place Aiken J F Miller Sam Stltes and J O 99999HSf99S993aiiWa Urashear were appointed as a committee Mr to take charge of his remains Chandler was a flno specimen of physical manhood and his death will be heard with regret by all of his fellow as- Â¬ sociates Â¬ The boiler engine and some of the CONDUCTOR TILFORD ESCAPES machinery of the Third street panlng mill has been purchased by II L Morton and is being removed to the saw mill on the river front It Is rumored List Sunday morning at 010 oclock that Mr Morton will establish a planing there were five cars ditched on the mill in connection witli his saw mill and Branch railroad with tho loss of one life will employ several additional hands The train consisted of six cam loaded with ties and one baggage car from THE TIME OF RENEWAL Fordsville to Irvington It was an All npturo Is extra and the following ciew had the renewed In the Â¬ train in charge Jerry Tilford conducspringtime The tor James Buckeby engineer Russell sky takes on a Hawkins fireman and two brakemen fresher color the Thomas Chandler and Lee Montgomery trees don their The wreck occurred within four miles lafitar rfartnanta of Irvington and a short distance from tuin8 the sinking creek trestle on the west end s ii seems giau anu Engineer Buckeby says they were going v happy It seems 4 at a speed of 12 to 10 miles an hour and a pity that at he noticed tho breaking down of the car such a beautiful season so disagreeable a and stopped the engine about midway of malady as the so called spring fever the trestle Conductor Tilford was on should unfit a great many people to enthe third or fourth car and ran to the joy the unaccustomed sunshine and baggage car Leo Montgomery tho rear freshness that prevails What is spring brakeman was thrown from tho car and fever It is that slugglsbneEs and irritaThomas Chandler bility was slightly bruised which everyone takes a spring ton- Â¬ Bocond the head breakeman was on the ic for Bad blood so mo people call it car this Is the one the trucks left and A great deal of blood medicine is sold is went to tho left side of the road It in the spring of tho year The blood the believed that Mr Chandlor misjudged vigor the health must be renewed with probably the the side to jump thinking the trees and flowers and grass The cars would evidently go with the trucks principal difficulty i which of the nubut he went to the right side and was merous spring tonics is the best Which caught across the shoulders by the second will cure permanently and remove quickwas immediately car The section crew ly all the disagreeable symptoms Read on hand clearing away what debris they what Mrs Adlln Adams Crafton Ky removing of the car from could and tho I believe It is the best Bays of the Hfeles3 body of the brakeman could medicine in tho world I cant speak too accomplished until tho arrival of not be highly of It the wrecking train which anlved at the A book containing several hundred oclock The cause wreck about twelve letters similar to the one from which this of the accident cannot be ascertained and is an extract will be sent free to any ad one that cannot be atrributed to tho neg- Â¬ dress by the Drug Manufactur- Â¬ ligence of the officials of tho road or the ing Company Columbus Ohio employees Mr Montgomery was re- Â¬ moved to tho home of Mrs Bennett Mrs M M Truman Dead where medical aid was tendered by Drs Died near Fordsville Ky on March and AVatkins of Irvington Moorman the 20 Mrs M M Truman aged 74 years surgeon of the road The subject of this obituary notice Mr Thomas Chandler the unfortunate when removed from under was born in Shelby county Ky October brakeman the car had on his person 235 in mon Â¬ 1824 While yet young sho joined the ey His watch was mashed and stopped Baptist church at ChriBtlanburg in Shelexactly at the hour of 0 oclock and ten by county In 1840 she was married to minutes He was then taken to Irving- Â¬ M M Truman About 1854 they moved to the state of ton and put in the hands of the under- Â¬ A few years later they moved takers Jolly and McQlothan who pre- Â¬ Mlsouri to this part of Kentucky nad purchased pared him for shipment Tho road did their part most nobly in putting him a farm near Fordsville upon which she away in a handsome cloth casket He died having lived a long and useful life She lived to ralso all her children was sent to LouiRville that evening 7 boys and 2 girls and to see them set- Â¬ tled In life honored and respected bav VKHDICT OP TIIK CORONOHs JUUY ing lived a faithful member of the Bap Â¬ We cannot find that there was any tist church for more than fifty years negligence by any member of the train Mrs Truman leaves an aged husband crew and find that tho wreck was an un- Â¬ and a lare relationship to mourn her Â¬ avoidable accident Those who com- loss But blessed are the dead who die posed the Jury wore O O Smith Bate in the Lord Herudon John W Dent Jno F Men Shelby Sentinel will please copy dor Bion Jolly Sam Kasey James W II O Tkumak Adams m f I IIP xrj GOODS might balmy Spring will soon be here This weather wont laat I Come now and see the line of early spring wear we are now displaying Easter novclies now ready store We can fit you all husband wife sons and daugh- SHOES Ours Is a family shoe ana --r tne Dest wearing siiuci in mc iw terswitn me oest niting All the latest styles In colors and toes TTATS Just a little too early for a straw and yet a last fall style is too brash for this se IX son What vou want is a iro between Our stock of ALPINES and DKUU b for early spring wear is now in Come and see DRESS iillci wj J swlk lwevery A whole page it would take to toll of the many beautiful gifts Kcep sakes for everybody Pretty Next Sunday is Easter ideas for remembrance Come and see h Â¬ SULZERS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iMeyers u 91 I HI Fe-ru-- FOR GOODS TREATMENT Fe-ru-- BEST STYLE PRICES An inyitation is extended to all to visit us this week ji The most important trade week of the season of prepared 10 meet incoemanas 01 ine cruicai fastidious and the thrifty 9S 111c finds us v i Â¬ All All All All That is Best in Quality That is Rich in Elegance That is Distinctively Superb That Appeals to Artistic Instincts Can be found in Profusion here at attractive prices V eUn NM V i This is the verdict rendered on our Dry G oods Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes ft 1 i Buoklen8 Arnica Salve Tub Bkst Salvk in the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Sail Rheum Fe Â¬ ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and postlvely cures Piles or no pay re Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price Fon sair hy Short 25 cents per box Haynes Â¬ New Styles New Colors IN MILLINERY wtM 4 Our Millinery Department Is Complete MEYER MEYER BURAS KY h Mail Orders Given Special 4 i wants 1OK KENT The old Hardin farm on Clover Creek Ilreckrnridge county for Icruu ap ply to Jullui Hardin I TBAMSTEUS ATTENTION teams and wagons want levrral 0 huul Joji Call on meat once llany nil iprlnirnmliummer Attention Jl EXHIBIT OF Worn Out Monroe Kirk Millinery This Season IN Â¬ V G Babbage Will act as Do you come to the close of theday thoroughly exhausted Does this continue day after day possibly week after week g Perhaps you are even too ex- haustcd to sleep Then some- All these jg thing Is wrong m things indicate tha you are suffering from nervous ex haustion Your nerves need fcfdlnor and your Hood en-X P NOTSS as Men In WANTKU Detectives every county to actEx Â¬ under instructions perience unnecessary Address Universal Detec Â¬ tive Agency Indianapolis lnd Â¬ rlching Scotts tmiison of Cod liver Oil with Hypo-phosphites of Lime and Soda contains lust the remediM to meet these wants The cod liver oil gives the needed strength enriches the feleod feeds the nerves and the hy pophoepliitee give them tone and vigor Be sure you get SCQTTS EmuWon AS druggbU joe m m 4 a gloomy day arcuud Irvington knowing- - themrelves in NOTICE All persons by There were nearly 200 people present account will to the undersigned eithersamenote or Our plcare call and arrange We can be found al old business must be settled at the scene of the wreck theitoroof Ilciton Willis Co W It llowmer Kindling wood will be made of tho Son cars Col Ridley Berry understands the art of clearing a wreck better thau any ono n this country The trains will make there usua trips John P Miller will ruu as brakeman Conductor Jerry Tilford was almost BURAS sick from the happening but his friends with him were ready to sympathize He Is taking the matter seriously while WAGON MAKERS the officials of the road do not censure him for the fatal accident HORSESHOEING Etc It wan Grand Administrator Guardian Assignee Trustee Twenty years experi-Â¬ ence in handling estates Â¬ i Pattern Hats Chil drens Hats Blacksmith Shop Hats SailorsInfant At ANEW vA corr ftm w bowhk nmUM v mimmiiiniitMiti get I have just opened a new blacksmith A little boy asked for a bottle of fast m you can up In the morning shop at Bursts where I am prepared the druggist recognlzid a household to do all kinds of work in that line name for De Witts Little Early Kims also authoriwd ta solemnise and gave him a bottle ol those famous I am the righta of matriBway little pills for constipation sick Iwadache 11 vw and stomach trottbUta tfaort k JAMES A TUCKER Haynea u Exquisite selection of Ribbons Flowers Plumes and Straw Braid Elegant Assortment of Trimmings Mrs II V Collections on Mort gaga notes and Lajid Duncan note made proiajjl t BfM mr MlwmimmMirmfillflinV- - SSSBSrv- - 3iS gtiiHi E2sz ia3Ts BWECKEHRlDpE NEyrs 1898 IRONING atABB BSY BRANDENBURG We ara Impatient for tho Illustrated News issue The Catholic chutch will bo decorat 1 inn vatftftfi m The following Is a chnroctoi Istlo Hoods very sick and for several days it seemed as ed next Sunday iood any better After a In prao of Hooda Barsaparlu Sarsaparilla testimonial Facts llko If ho would never be Albert Bishop is at home till the theso havo mndo Hoods Sarsaparilla while ho began to improve and In 1 few puriner and building up medicine waters subside Americas Greatest Mcdlcino and en- Â¬ weeki was able to go out although weak lb is audbrson Lumireiiuu w deared it to thousands of homes scat- and miserable Then gradually Services at the BaplUt church next tered all over this broad land All Strength In His Llmba Sunday as usual gave out The physicians told ns ltVaa Miss Charlotte Herndon is visiting paralysis which sometimes follows an at Â¬ Mlsi ten Hardin tack of diphtheria We did everything Ned 11 est ramo on with his wife I tit for him but he grew worse until he was In pitiful condition Ho suffered terribly returned to Ohio lait Friday at night and complained continually of Special Eiserservlcjs a the Mithod his head and in what little sleep ha was id and Catholic churches next Sunday able to get moaned unceasingly H lost MIes Elorene Cain of Bewloyvllle is all control of the muscles of his body and at Mrs HeliiiBttrtters aud a pupil of the limbs He had no appetite and complained Normal of fooling sick at his stomach all the time After we had tried many different remeÂ¬ Miss Fannlo and Ruth Phillips enter Â¬ dies and had about given up all hope tained a number of their friends on Sat- Â¬ we commenced giving him Hoods Barsa l urday night T parllla In a short time he ceased to com Â¬ To Give New Life The Rounder in Moade Messenger plain his appetite improved and at the had a good word last week for t o We like to toll what Hoods Sarsapa end of throe months ho was able to attend And purify tho blood thcro is nothing1 It is rllla has done for us Our four children school a part of the time Now he Is well equal to Hoods Sarsaparilla absent boys bad diphtheria From the very first our and quite a strong and rugged boy You tho Ideal spring medicine hervo and We were disappointed last Friday Try it boy Ralph then seven years old was are at liberty to use this testimonial stomach tonic night that Mr Burton did not make a little talk at the Literary vC Mrs Henry Malin and her handsome baby are in Elizibethtown with her mother Mrs John Radley for a visit Ttie young people had a peasant after- Â¬ Is Americas Greatest Mcdlcino becnuso it accomplishes wonderful cures when all other medicines fall Apothecaries Lowell Mass Co 1 six for 5 Prepared only by 0 I Hood Sold by all druggists noon last Sunday with Mr and Mrs Bishop at their pretty country home Mitsfs lone Dowden and Ada Brown wel as the towns and will solicit pro- Â¬ are back from Louisville with an array as visions clothing and money in this and Maitindale Poultry Yaids of beautiful Easter novelties S o them One will go to adjoining couutles on their opening Jajs every day this Beckenrldg t county soon Be ready to week EGGS FOR SALE aid The Home is getting along very Brother Hetson gave us a good sermon nicely Ihavelj yards of tho following breidii ItuflT last Sunday The choir was enthused Cochlni D P Itoclt I C I Uainet Light Activity in loal military elides li in rtrahmat Dlk Langthans Dlk Minorca S S while the flowers the brightness tho evidence eyerywhere since the startling flamburis S C 0 Lghomi Egg from any sunshine were fitting accompaniments of tho aboe for H50 or t5 Imperial Iekln war news Our own Kentucky boys of to this season uplifting and inspiring duck gg tame Imp Bronte Turkey cgffj the Legion are ready for the front in f 100 per doitn Hggi shipped anjwhetesafe Perhaps a third nation may intervene twenty four hours notice If I had ly and none but real freih egg t shipped All and patch up peace between us and been a man I would have been a military orders filled at toon as received My stock it Spain President McKlnley has played one My grandfather on the maternal s s rood at money can buy Address a grand role and lie is well aware when side was a naval officer in the RevoluMIlS MK MAUT1N tho limit is reached he will still preserve tionary days Several of my near rela Hoi J8 Greenville K- ills dignity tives have been West Pointers and Infanta Eulalle is not the only woman Annapolis graduates so I Inherit the who has provon herself a diplomat military spirit the uniform the buttons Madame Do Staol and Joesephlne were the whole equipment inspires mo and I pre eminently political leaders and foini would like to have a boy of in I no to go nine diplomatic agents carry weight with Col Castleman and the Legion to usually with all statesmen help chastise the Spandlards soundly if How we all admire women of the true it has to be helpful sort an honor to their sex a I was truly sorry to know that Sena- Â¬ tender loving spirit pervading all they tor Blackburn was seriously ill and it READY MIXED do unxelfiah self sacrificing self denial came about partly from his courtesy and full of charity We all know them and chivalry to a lady just like him exactly their influence is realizje You can say what you please about his I regret to know that tho firm of being fanatical and erratic but when it Byers has made an assign comes to a chivalrous Southern gentleCannon ment Mr Byers was an old friend of man Senator Blackburn Is a knight not CENTRAL PAINT AND RAILWAY SUPPLY CO my hunabands and is a man of fine knighted as he would havo beon had Incorporated LOUISVILLE KY honor good judgement and whole souled Cervautes been contemporary with him For snlc by PAYNE Co Agents Cloverport Ky with it all he had been in failing health instead of Don Quixote and itacharacteiB for several years and unable to giye the and the Kentucky Senator might have GROVELAND fought wind mills as persistently as he business his personal attention WEBSTER The News last week stepped up an- Â¬ has followed another phantom or Alfort Richardson went to Louisville but ho has been I think as other round I met Mr and Mrs Thos Easter eggs next Sunday Sunday H Ditto on the Btreet and they said honest and as sincere in the adoption of Ttio prospect for wheat is flattering Willie Robinson and wife spent Sun Â¬ Wo are taking tho News again we his theory as those of a different stand- Â¬ Health of the community generally day with relatives neat Ekron could not do without it for it grows bet- ard and with that warm Southern blood By the waywhy dont in his veins naturally he was intense in good ter every issue Miss Ella Jones returned faom Bran Â¬ Mr Ditto writo occasionally for these his views anyhow we all feel only sym Â¬ Crawford Pate Is on a stick from sciat- Â¬ denburg lastweek after a protracted stay columns He is a man of varied infor- pathy and regret at his illness and hope ica troubles with relatives mation and wields a ready pen We all for speedy recovery M B Mattingly and wife passed thro List weeks Issue of the Nfwb was enjoyed his nrticlo on the Wondering We agree with Preston in Meade highly creditable the cfty limits Sunday euroute to- - Bran- Â¬ Boy It touched every mothers heart Messenger partly in her views in An effort is being made to revive the denburg Im sure regard to girls leaving the home shelter Masonic lodge here Mr J H Shacklett and family sp nt Brother Hesson has employed Mr J as bread winners But where a girl has Several lrom hero attended church at Bunday as the guests of his mother and II Fowler and J II Blackburn Meade talent taste inclinations to carry out family Mills Sunday county men as travelling solicitors for origtnal ideas in a serious life work sho Clifton Airs Hensel went to the city last week Clint Crutcher of Garrett attended the Lucile Oiphans Home They aro should not hide that talent in a napkin to purchase her stock of Spring goods Sunday School here last Sunday on the road and will canvass the country Our Lord for authority For instance Mrs Iva Btrry is spending this week Euid Yandell as a sculptor and Currie It is feared that forward fruits have with R A Eusor and family near Ekron Duke as a violinist or Julia Carroll to been injured by the recent frosts Mr and Mis Bm Carrlco Bpent select bridal outfih those brilliant There are a great number of men just Saturday night and Sunday with their minds those souls encased in the casket at present until for military nervice H IA If J I B BHmI H I In aV 1 a tfaaaB must burst cut and be unchained to H 0 Stewart talks of lending a com- daughter at WBt Point Mjsa Eva Richardsons condition is fullll its mlsiion in the world Let pany of crack shots to the Cuban war more favorable this week than last she women without genius without God Ed Adams and wife of Falls of Rough Is able to sit up part of the time given talents without high ideals ba Joe Carrico and family went to Bran Â¬ content in their line but never bind visited Scott Knot Saturday and Sunday Miss Ola Shumate of Big Spring visit- Â¬ denburg Saturday to see the high water such spirits to common clay as the di- Â¬ vinities mentioned and hundreds of ed her sitter Mrs H 0 Stewart last as the rjver Is higher than it has been in fourteen years others wlo are shining lights in this week Which ia bettor to thoroughly world Mary Anderson Navarro caused Sunday School was reorganized at H 0 Haddock aud Ernest Oiaycomb cleanse aud purify tho blood just the world to bow in homage at her feet are painting the residence of Mrs W G Buck Grove Sunday with an average now or mako yourself liablo to but when the right man crossed attendance Rev JO Wlllett was elect-Â¬ her tho many dangerous ailmonts path she gave up fame for him and Oiaycomb ed supeiintendent for the year which aro bo prevalent during became queen of the home so will every War at the close of the nineteenth cenr and with such a gentleman coming head at the tury is a sad reflection on our boaatet summer Impurities havo been woman when tiie heart is truly touched there is no doubt of its success Lot ev- Â¬ progress of civllZttion accumulating in tho blood eryone come out and help a good causa timo and she can still be a presiding genius winter and right now is tho Mr L M Lyddan attended the cattlo Mr Isaac Myers of Buras caljed on for husband and babies and not the to got rid of them A thorough whitleBS womanly sale at Sonora last week for the put pose the guests of Miss Dora Hilf Sunday ev Â¬ courso of Swifts Speoiflo is needed of purchasing some high grade cattle ening and ljklng the company so wel to cleanse tho blood and puri Â¬ A Queer Medicine The Sunday School here was reorgan he stayed until Monday morning I fy tho system toning up and There is a medicine whose proprietors ized last Sunday and exerythlng seems dont know but Joe Bald he was afraid strengthening it all ovor Thoso do not claim to have discovered some quite favorable for xcelleut work this to go homo who tako this precaution now are hitherto unknown ingredient or that it year Wanted Hoys and Girls comparatively safo all summor is a cure all but to neglect it is to invito somo claims to cure This honest medicine only Arthur Mattlnglywni hero last week lotWe our Vegetable rcpuablaboy or girl a 13oo will send any certain diseases and that reprtSnting a tailoring houe of Louisand Ilower Seeds any kind of form of sickness which is so com- Â¬ wanted and will lve a nice Nickel Mem Wind Stt Watch when the mon during tho trying hot season ita ingredients are recognized by the ville and took several ordera from our andadvance limply wri eseed are wld No money In us jou accept this ofler is now that a courso of Swifts most skilled physicians as being the best fashionable four hundred and we will forward the teed charges paid Vs for Kidney and Bladder Diseases It only asu mat etuems t do made lo thirty days Spooifio Seeds are uecf ed by eviry one end you can ram a is Foleys Kidnoy Cure A R Fisher wstcn tainr none are nettcr thanKlnesNort em Grown Wo have Worlds Kair Medal and Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens Diploma and make big olTm to get you to help us port Gordon I Haynes Pfttesyllle j E Introduce cur brands We aire Suits of Clotnei Bicycles nugglcs Guns and many other valuable A Witt Haidinshurg to rtay and comnie ce rifilet Write ut a WEDNESDAY APRIL 0 Americas Greatest Medicine at Jm Â¬ ASHCRAFT MUs Clara Ashcraft Is on Ibe sick Hat MIm Matilda Ashcraft wont lo Irving ton shopping Monday A D Ashcraft went to Brandenburg on business Thursday Qne Ashcraft called on his best girl Miss Nina Anderson last Sunday E B Ashcraft was the guest of his sister Mrs G D Richardson last Sunday Joe Mills and family visited their par Â¬ ents Mr and Mrs Y A Basket Sun- Â¬ day George Wash Smith of Hill Grove Wednesday Tislted James Hendrick esrWJM night Mrs Eavis Yonng starts Monday for St Louis to visit her eons Taylor and Jesse J R Wlllelt and wife visited their parents Mr and Mrs Davis Young last Sunday Mr and Mrs J L Henry were the guests lastweek of Mrs Basham who is very ill Mrs J M Herndon will return home Tuesday after a visit to friends and rela- Â¬ tives In Louisville Mrs Sue Rets returned home Sunday after two weeks visit to her sister Mrs Green well of Rhodelta Mrs Robert Hendrick and daughter Miss Lucy visited Mre Tom Roberts of Ekron last Thursday night We were glad to Bee bo many out to Sunday school Sunday hope there will a larger crowd in next Sunday Prof Hays who was teaching a suc-Â¬ cessful school at Irvington has to give It up on the account of his health Mr and Mre Greenwell of Rhodelia vere the guests of their parents Mr J II Cowley and wife a few days this week Held over from last weilc STARCH r DFniiiDFC IKJ wn rnrKiNri n n M MAKESTOLUIRS AND CUFFS STIFF AND NICE AS WHEN FIRST BOUGHT NEW T ONE POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL CO AS FAR AS A FUUNU AINU A OFANY OTHER STARCH OHly By -- mOTACTURED lA nUr Hoods Sarsaparilla -- s THE OVtlUIIDIMfirD lUUlMwun KEOKUKJOWA u fflflHintliinB r- r DDHQ CO NEWHAVENUNN M unuxw im ri n 1 JT r wn - JlliWttl Wn H t This starch Is prepared on setentlfla principles by men who havo had years of practical experience In fancy laundering It restores old linen and summer dresses to lueir natural whiteness and Imports a lautlf nl and lasting finish It is tho only starch manufactured that is perfectly harmless containing nelthor arsenic alum or any otlier substance injurious to linen and can bo used even for a baby powder For sale by all wholesale and retail grocers GUSTON IRVINGTON Ad Mrs R M Jolly dined with Mrs Health good A D ABhcraft went to GuBton on business Monday Madam Rumor says there is to be a wedding in our community soon Miss Lulu Ashcraft visited Miss Etta Dugan near Highland last week Charles Simmons visited his sister Mrs Nancie Ashcraft last Sunday John Wimp of Irvington was in the neighborhood buying cattle last week Mrs G D Richardson was the guest of her mother Mre Ashcraft last Thurs- Â¬ day Misses Lucy and Hettle Hendrick were the guests of Press Kennedy near Say him last week Misses Mattle Ashcraft May and Nannie Cowley attended church at Highland last Sunday Elijah Ashcraft Bay lie is ready for war We are glad there is one brave man in our community Dr Burcbof McQuady was in the neighborhood the guest of his best girl Miss Hettie Hendrick last week Mr and Mrs Davis Young William Basket Gene and Hardin Ashcraft at Â¬ tended the sale at the residence of James Ashcraft deceased EKRON Ihea James is very sick Wade Shacklett was in Louisville last week Mrs Clay City Ind Jan 12 1897 Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello III Gentlemen It affords me great pleas Â¬ NOT ALWAYS UNDERSTOOD ure to speak In praise of your most ex- Â¬ cellent medicine I have suffered quite A fact often overlooked or not often a great deal from sick headache the re Â¬ understood is that women suffer aamuch sult of sedentary habits and sluggish liv- Â¬ from distressing kidney and bladder er and bowels Your remedy corrects trouble as men The womb Is situated these troubles and my headaches aro back of and very closo to the bladder stopped J C Boone and for that reason any distress disease Pastor M E Church or inconvenience manifested in the kid neys back bladder or urinary passage Is STEPHENSPORT often by mistako attributed to female weakness or womb tronble of some sort Milt Miller was In town Monday The error Is easily made and may be Jim Jackson Hawesville was In town as easily avoided by setting urine aside for twenty four hours a sediment or Sunday Quite a crowd from Union Star came settling Is evidence that your kidney and bladder need doctoring If you have down last week to see our big river pain or dull aching in the back pass Master Hewitt Dlx Roberts Bottom water too frequently or scanty supply is with ids aunt Mrs R A Shellman with smarting or burning these are al Â¬ Mr Fullenwlder Irvington is the so convincing proofs of kidney trouble guest of his cousin Mrs Chas Watllug If you have doctored without benefit try ton Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kid Ben Hardaway went to Bewloyvllle ney remedy The mild and extrabrdin Sunday to see his grandparents Mr aud ary effect will surprise you It stands Mrs Ben Hardaway tho highest for 1U wonderful cures If Miss Ada M Hanks has returned you take a medicine you should take druggists titty cents and home from Union Star where bIio the best At on dollar You may have a sample bot-Â¬ taught a spring school M Blaine and son Wilis and Mr and tle and pamphlet bob sent free by mall upon receipt of three two cent stamps to Mrs Klrby Blatne luve returned homo cover cost of postage on the bottle front Lakeland FIs Misses Daisy Watllngton and Nellie Mention the Bhbckknbidob News and send your addrwete Dr Kilmer 4 Co Brashear were visiting their uuclu and N Y The proprietow ot thte paper aunt Mr and Mrs Chas Watllngton last week guarantee Uft awiawywf at taft oft Â¬ Albert Richardson went to Louisville Sunday Mrs Taylor Basham is very low at this writing Mrs Chas Stith who has been right sick is improving Jesse Clarkson Big Spring went to Louisville Saturday Roscoo liskridge and Z T Cox wero in Brandenburg Thursday Misa Helen Pollock of G us ton was the guest of Miss Birdie Bruner Sunday Max Wlllett spent Boveral days in town last week Mr Wlllett has an in tereet in our new store Andrew Kunkel of Louisville has purchased the farm of E W Jones near Big Spring and has moved thee L D Addison of Addison has pur Â¬ chased the McCans property and will open a large stock of goods soon klsson last Sunday Dr Baxter and wife spent last Thurs Â¬ day In Brandenburg Fred Bush our Railway ag snt spent last Sunday at Evansville Ind Mrs Ed Smith of Louisville is visit ing friends and relatives at this place Spring lambs aro expected by stock traders to go to 5 cents before the season ia over Mrs Bernie Solomon of Vine Grove visited her sister Mrs Sig Loeb of this place last week Mr and Mrs George Ljddan and the Munford family dined with Mr R J Patteson last Sunday Dr D C Pusey of Brandenburgholda the record for fast driving and our Dr Baxter comes In second Mies Exil Wilson one of Bewleyvilles most charming young ladies was In our town last week shopping Mrs Geo J NefTwas suddenly called to Frankfort to see her mother who is dangerously III with lagrippe Mr Frank Richardson and wife of Rowletts Station Hart county are visit- Â¬ ing their uncle R J Patterson Mr Hardin Ashcraft aigent for the Kelly wire fence will put up several rods of it on Mrs Munfords farm near Irvington Lee Boswell formerly of this county but at present a Louisville drummer was circulating among friends here last Friday Mr Andrew Colemau Mrs R M Jolly and little daughter and Mrs Chas Red Â¬ man of Irvington attended church here last Sunday Coine again Mr Elisha Smith baa just compotod a It 140 ft well for Albert Thompson stood a test ol 500 gallons per hour for nine hours which shows a magnificent amount of water The B V R O will meet with tho Misses Munford Friday alternoou The subject will be music and an interesting program will bs carried out All cordi- Â¬ ally invited to bo present Rev Donald M Grant has accepted a call at the Calvary Presbyterian church Louisville and has given up his charge at this place Mr Grant was loved by all who knew him He is a zsalous work Â¬ er and the people of Guston regret very much to give him up Â¬ Â¬ Roy Cain went Bewloyvllle Sunday Miss Lily McGlothlan and mother are Â¬ Â¬ Kville Mr Hayes lias severed his connection with the Echool at this place on account of ill health Mr Dugan will ill out the unexpired term alone The school has still in Louisville Mrs Dave Henry has been qnito ill but is improving now Roy Wimp is expected home Monday for a weeks recreation Morris Jolly is at homo for a weeks holiday during Easter tide Mrs Marshall has been sick She is much better this week I hear Dave Henrys sister from Texas spent a day or two with him last week A weo girlie has come to gladden the hearts and home of Mr and Mrs Jim Smith Miss Charlotte Herndon is off to Brandenburg for n few days visit with dear friends Mrs Richardson of Ekron was called to the bedaldo of her mother Mrs Henry lait week She will remain several days in town It Is announced that Bro Hesson will preach at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock Sunday school at U oclock promptly followed by preach- Â¬ ing It M Jolly and wife and Mrs R B McGlothlan are home from their trip to the christening of the battleship to New York and Washington They speak of the entire trip as delightful There will be no Etster services at the Methodist church as was anticipated and announced owing to the absence of tho organist We regret this exceedingly but hope to make full amends by a Childrens Day service in May Much sadness is expres3d at the sad and sudden death of Air Chandler which occurred Sunday in a wreck on the Hardinsbnrg branch The sympathy of the 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