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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v E NEWS APRTL 13 1898 UXORICIDE IS CHARGED r0V4l ALL THR NRWS THATS KIT TO PRINT VOI XXII CLOVERPOBT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY firm the horror which this disaster had caused to arise in Spanish hearts as also thq sympathy felt for the Unit- Â¬ ed States government and navy and for tho American nation Tho Spanish -minister feel confldont that ho can count upon tho courtesy and senso of Justice of tho United States govern- Â¬ ment to enlighten public opinion upon A Hundred Millions Sufficient this subject Fourth As to tho causo of this To Defeat Haughty lamantable disaster it resolves Itself Into a question of facts which can Spain only be settled by material proofs The Spanish mtnlBtor reiterates the assurance that this government Is ready to submit the question to ex- Â¬ IN NAVY POOR CONDITION perts designated by the maritlmo pow- Â¬ HER ers whose conclusions are In advance accepted Senor Polo delivered tho document Fighting Will be Done In person to the stato department and Host of the side from tho Interest In the commu- Â¬ by Navy And Regular nication Itself tho call had added inter- Â¬ Army est as an evidence of a renewal of dip- Â¬ lomatic negotiations this being his first call at tho department in 10 days Later Senor Du Bosc first secretary Expense of Milltln Would be Borne of the legation made another call at the department on same general sub by the Various ject Besides delivering the note tho States call permitted a personal exchange beÂ¬ secretary of state and the tween the Spanish official of an agreeable char- Â¬ acter WEAKNESS OF THE SPANISH NAVY NO 39 u Royal makes the food pur I wholesome and delleloes THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE Places the Whole Responsibility on Congress The War in WHAT WAR WILL COST fc Cuba Must Note in Stop the the Only Vigorous 1 Document 1 OPPOSES Weak and r INDEPENDENCE OF CUBA Universal charged with rcsponstotlity do not llko to think of Probably many thousands bf thou already suffering for tho necessities of llto would starvo boforo penco could bo declared Ono reason why 1rosldont JIo Klnloy was last week so loath to lot slip tbo dogs of war was boeauso ho had been Informed of tho torrlblo plight of tho ro ooticontrados in oaso war between Spain and the Unltod States were added to tholr other woos Louis Klopsoh who has dono such good work In foodlng tho starving victims of Spains orualty told tho presi Â¬ dent that If war wero to como 160000 of thoso unfortunato pooplo would parish The Feeling In Spain Tho provnlllng Idea In Washington dur Â¬ ing tho past wook has boon that thoro ex isted In Spain n publlo sontlmant akin to that which exists hero a determination on tho part of tho pooplo to dostroy any government that stood In tho wny of tho popular will In Spain tho pooplo demand ed that Cuba should not bo given up without n strugglo whllo In tho United States they demanded that Cuba must bo free Tho govornmont of Spain It wns bollovod would bo as powerless to obcok this sontl ment nnd as unnblo to stand boforo it as tho govornmont at Washington has beon to control publlo sontiment in this coun- Â¬ try Could both govornmonts do as they plcaso no doubt n way out of tho difficulty without war would havo bcon found long ago but under tho circumstances It is easy to soo why matters hnvo drifted along as thoy hnvo llko two storms coming to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Womans Skull Crushed Willi a Steel Branding Iron HER HUSBAND IS IN JAIL POWDER Absolutely Pure Jealosy Is Said to Have Been the Cause of the Crime But Very Few Details Have Yet Come to Light In ROYAL BAKINQ rOWDCn CO NEW YORK the Affair gether Disappointing is the Opinion of The Mes- Â¬ sage By the Auoclatedlrest Washington April U The Presidents message was aont to Congress at noon alongwttljthe consular reports The information that Spain has proclaimed a cessation ol hostilities on the island did not have the effect of materially changing the Presidents meseago as originally prepared except that it furnished important evidence in support of his contention that the discretionary power in some measure Lles With America Madrid April 11 Th Epoca Con- Â¬ servative says that It now lies with America to decide whether she will co- Â¬ operate with Spain for peace If a new demand be made or President McKln leys message be not conciliatory It will he clearly proven that America wishes to provoke a quarrel Tho paper con- Â¬ Wo do not consider the con- Â¬ tinues flict ended by this truce The Jingoes enormous influence In America and that of the Insurgents may turn tho truce Into a fiasco but despite all this we think tho governments action wise to fix the responsibility upon America Tho strain In Washington during the last four or flvo wcoks has boon tho great Â¬ est seen In tho capital slnco tho days of tho civil wnr I novor boforo saw such n deep nnd bitter fcollng In this capital nor hnvo I ovor boforo soon a tlmo of publlo stress In which so many men ordinarily well balanced nnd souslhlo lost tholr heads and said and did foolish things WALTilt WKLUIAN BIMETALLIC CLUBS jkp U r should be given to the President in the ubo of force to compel peace Officials Knew It Havana April 11 Havana is guard- Â¬ In his message the President strongly opposes recognition of belliger- Â¬ ed moro closely than ever tho Arolas ency as Inexpedient He also opposes the recognition of the independence battalion being posted around the lim- Â¬ of Cuba at this time but favors the granting of authority for such use of its of Vldano tho swell suburb of tho city the armed forces of the United States as he may deem necessary to put an Within the last two days a number of end to hostilities and to secure a stable government in Cuba He also asks Cubans have been arrested and aro now for an appropriation to be used for the relief of fuch people as are still in confined In tho Cabanas fortress charged with various offenses need Some say the prisoners havo been The message showed that Spaiu herself first suggested to this govern- Â¬ engaged lrl a plot to assassinate United ment the desirability of an armistice and signified in advanco her assent States Consul General Leo and others and asked that the United States use its good offices to secure a like assent assert that they have been acting as spies for the United States government from the insurgents This request was denied There Is no doubt that the Spanish The Maine incident figurers quite prominently in the message and the government Is more alarmed than It President argued that the wreck of our battleship in Havana shows con- Â¬ has ever been before and Is taking ev- Â¬ ery precaution clusively that Spain is not able to guarantee to the United States and the There aro reasons to bcllcvo that other nations that security to their vessels which they have a right to de Â¬ there was a plot to kill General Lee mand and that It was allowed to como to a head by the Spanish detectives In order The demand showediwSJiasatluiLSpain so far as can bs done with that they might get credit for defeat- Â¬ out specific action by them KraffiMiHHHHHBMSiiLrith the J M tflF NHWBHBHHMBHaMin ing it p w iw wreck of the Main and hil m n uev nr t utnors aro in circulationno trouble whatever in appalling disaster should have occure - JBF J OBIl0nW1HH nd of n storr and flndlnc The only feature of the message which it is thought will eticonnv iffiP 2l o swear to Its truth any opposition in Congress is that giving the President a measure of dis- Â¬ impression among newspa per men Is that General Lees with Â¬ cretionary authority in the use of force drawal was a shrewd move Intended to is believed however a majority of the committees of the two Houses It show Spain that the United States to which the message will be referred will support the Presidents view means business In the palaco telegrams were shown and the opinion is gaining ground in the administration circles that a more saying that the queen regent hnd conservative sentiment has been developed than seemed probable a week agreed upon the Intervention of Russia ago and the expectation is that when put to the test of a vote the Presidents would accept 250000000 for Cuba end the war and withdraw her flag recommendation will receive the support of both Houses of Congress Who the JudiinT Madrid April 11 El Pals Repub- Â¬ under headlines such as A Maine question to experts designated lican Spain Sold and Great Betrayal by the maritime powers ofthe world This document was the official noti- Â¬ says The present outbursts of Span Â¬ fication of tho Spanish government to ish lndlgnaton resemble electric dis- Â¬ tho United States of the granting of an charges If the government sounds public opinion will find this of evil armistice and Its essential terms Minister Woodfords dispatch had augury and threatening asking who Is briefly stated the fact that an armistice the Judas If It be one traitor or sev- Â¬ had been agreed upon but it was not eral who have sold Spain thinking The Government Informed of communicated ns coming from the that tho Spaniards ore eunuchs Let him know that he Is mistaken Spanish government Spains Armistice The official communication cleared Signed a lllank Form up misapprehension on tho most vital Madrid April 11 El Liberal in a point of Spa ns concession namely Tho highly significant article says that the armUtice was without condi- Â¬ government has signed n blank form tions NO CONDITIONS ATTACHED which others will fill up Spain yields The note was received by the state everything to tho voice of Europe yot Â¬ department after the first cabinet meet- the via crucls is only beginning Tho ing and was one of tho main subjects collective note shows that Spains sur- Â¬ Senor Polo Points Out Its Many of consideration at the second cabinet render will servo as the basis of new meeting held in the evnlng negotiations whenco will lssuo tho nec- Â¬ Alleged Virtues Although the Spanish note was sur- Â¬ essary guarantees for the rounded with the usual secrecy of offi Â¬ of normality In Cuba cial negotiations the following sum Â¬ Caiuod Muoh Surprise mary of Us contents was secured HOPES IT WILL BE SATISFACTORY When Goneral Havana April 11 The Spanish minister in Washing- Â¬ ton deeply impressed by the numerous Leo and all Americans left here Satur- Â¬ errors which seem to have obtained day there was much uneasiness among credit In public opinion in America officials and populace They thought An offer la Made to Submit the Maine in regard to the Cuban question con- Â¬ It meant war at once and an officialÂ¬ siders It his duty to call again the at- Â¬ asked one of tho departing correspondQuestion to Experts Designated tention of the secretary of state of the ents If he knew when the city would VwÂ¬ by the Marine Powers But shelled The public here Is totally IgUnited States to the following points queen re Â¬ norant of what Is going on because the First Her majesty the This Will Hardly gent of Spain desirous of ending tho newspapers are not allowed to publish Be Dene troubles which are desolating Cuba the truth Yielded to Europe has commanded a suspension of hos Â¬ Madrid April 11 ElGlobo Liberal tilities General Blanco has been or Â¬ dered to proclaim an armistice with Â¬ dovotes Us leading editorial to telling Ho will determine the nation that tho government has car- Â¬ Washington April 11 The Spanish out conditions later tho duration and details of this ried out Spains wishes under tho cir- Â¬ government through Us minister at armistice so as to carry out the gener Â¬ cumstances yleldlug only to tho voice Washington Senor Polo y Dernabe deÂ¬ ous Intentions of her majesty and the of United Europe and not to the United livered an important official document wishes of the friends of peace States It says Europe will now sup- Â¬ to the state department stating that Second Her majestys government port Spain should the United States the tfmlatlce which tho queen regent has granted to the Island of Cuba in- Â¬ continue to aid the Insurrection Spain stitutions as liberal as thoso enjoyed Is stronger than over of Spain had commanded General Blan by Canada under the British flag Tho m to proclaim was without conditions A Circular iMiteri government had Cuban chambers will meet on the that her majestys Madrid April 11 Senor Candepon It will be their minister of the Interior Issued a circu- Â¬ of next May granted liberal institutions to the isl Â¬ fouth duty and pilvlleg to put Into prac Â¬ an account of and of Cuba which the coming Cuban In lar to the prefects giving Institutions recalling tice and develop these is reperesented the situation which he explained had parliament would develop addition to this Cuba been arranged at the request of tho the condolence and sympathy expressed In the parliament at Madrid pope and under the counsel of tho great by the queen regent and her govern- in this Third Public opinion which while savlifg tho meat on the disaster to the Maine and country appears to ignore the fact that powers nndmilitary dignity of Spnn honor and horror this disaster bad occasioned the loss of the Maine was immedi Â¬ preserves her rights In thq Gem of the the appealing to ately followed by official and reiterat- Â¬ U Spanish hearts and the courtesy and him of justice of tho ed expressions of condolence from her Antilles UalUu State government to enlighten majesty the queen from her govern Â¬ O puWlc oplulos on the attitude of Spain ment from her charge daffaires In 9UM- hie UM The sot also repeats the offer of Washington and from the authorities Ml tt ffce MpuWh government to submit the mtffc la Havana all of which tended to af- - ILOT TO KILL LKK Spaniards Were After the General anil liryan Wilt Make the Chief AddreM at IndlauapolU Indianapolis April 5 The annual meeting of the League of Blnioiaiic clubs of the Ohio valley will open hero Wednesday and continue through lhursday Eight hundred clubs in In- Â¬ diana Illinois Ohio and Kentucky have Indicated that they will send delegates William J Dry an will mako the chief address On account of the crit- Â¬ ical situation at Washington Senators Jones and Butler who were Invited will not bo hero Han W J iifci m - rS1 WAsuiNOioM Spcolnl April Hi Stntomcnts hnvo been uiiulo In tho nows pnpors to tho offect that a war with Spain Is llkoly to cost tho United Statos 1000 This Is regarded as absurd by 000000 woll informed ollloluls with whom I hnvo talked on this phnso of tho war subjoct Among tho raombcrs of tho ways and means commltteo of tho hnuso who hnvo bcon consulted by the secretary of tho treasury as to raising funds for wur ex Â¬ penses no 8uoh sums havo been heard of frou any quarter Tho gonoral expecta tion Is that tho wnr with Spain will not only bo it short war but that It will not tako n groat ileal of money out of tho fed eral treasury A hundred millions Is bo liovcd by many to bo a sum sufficient to cover tho wholo cost boyond tho regular expenses of tho war and navy establish Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Railroad Director Elected Itichmond Ind April 9 The Cin- Â¬ cinnati Richmond and Fort Wayne Railroad company elected directors as follows W O Hughart W R Shelby J II P Hughart T J OBrien of Grand Rapids MlchJoseph Wood James McCroa J T Brooks of Pitts- Â¬ burg John F Miller C S Blnkley H E Robinson of Richmond nnd David Studebaker of Decatur leach Crop Not Injured Madison Ind April 8 A telegram from Hiram Dean to the Madison Cour- Â¬ Tho ier from Marble Hill says freeze did not Injure th beach crop Owing to the enorn2nVt Duds only enough wcrqJaJPL uvtly ro llovo tho trceajMK v ough be Â¬ ing left crP of all Indianapolis April 11 Mrs John was found murdered In her home and her husband was locked up on suspicion It is said Jealousy was rhe cause The woman was In an upstairs room when found and one side of her skull was ciushed A heavy branding Iron had been used by the murderer Allnot a Traeedy Franklin Ind April 11 James Mc Claln a member of the Needham Dra Â¬ matic company during an amateur performance at Jollity near this city camo near losing his life McClaln was taking the part of tho heavy villain In a performance of tho Wild West vnrl ety and his death sccno after being shot by the hero camo far moro near the realistic than was Intended Tho heros revolver contained a loaded car- Â¬ tridge and McClaln received the ball In the left arm and shoulder only a few Inches from the heart Ho will re-Â¬ cover A Doctors Marital Surprise Muncle Ind April 9 Great surprlso was occasioned when Dr Rollln Shoe- Â¬ maker ono of tho most prominent phy- Â¬ sicians of tho city announced that on Feb 25 last he married Miss Anna Ma lono of Marshall Ills His wife has been with him for the last month but only tho young grooms parents knew of her presence hero The young cou Â¬ ple became acquainted several years ago at Cincinnati where the doctor was studying medicine and his wlfo was studying at tho Conservatory of Music Mooro CONGRESSIONAL SUMMARY vnrlctiesBjWSt Kr wn tojffy j Ind April 11 ments a stock raiser living AN 0FFIC IAL NOTICE matterof ammunition and transportation It It should become necessary to order out tho milltln tho various states proposo to boar their own oxpunses savo that of transportation Thoy will pay their troops equip them and bear n great doal of tho oxponso that would otherwise fall upon tho federal government Weakneu of flnanlili Navy That tho Spanish nrouualilo to carry on roslstanco agnlnst tho Unltod States for any groat length of tlmo Is firmly bollovod opportunities for forming an opinion In such matters Thoro aro current hero statomonts apparently woll foundod to tho effoot that tho Spanish navy is In bad condition It lucks good boilers mauy of its marlno engines nro not In tho bost of trim sklllod machinists nro to- soaroo In tho Spanish navy that It has boon found nooos sary to hlro French mechanics tho coal supplies of Spain on this sido tho Atlantlo nro woefully dellolont nnd bark of It all is tho fact that Spain is troubled for ready cash with which to carry on hor opera tions Tho Spanish navy at Its bost ovan If Â¬ Â¬ Wo hnvo beon Informed said n mom bor of tho ways nnd means committee to mo that 100000000 will bo sulllclont to carry tho war on for a year It must bo remembered thnt most of the Huhtlng will bo dono by tho army and navy which aro already ready for tho fiold Tholr ex penses during a war would not ho muoh greater than they hnvo been in times of peace Of course they would need moro ammunition and their supplies of coal and other materials would havo to bo enlarged but thoso would not run up to vast sums As for tho army Its cost would not bo much greater In time of war than In normal times except for tho Â¬ Â¬ by every man In Washington who has good J AWTOHIL ovory ship In commission woro In first class fighting trim la not n match for tho navy of tbo Unltod Statos according to tho Judgmont of our exports At first Spain might gain a llttlo ndvnutngo through hor possession of tho Hoot nnd strongly armored cruisuro of tho Vlzonya typo whian nro really swift battloshlps but tbo period of tholr ofTootho operations must necessarily bo short on nooount of luolof good boso of operations Porfoct organization number of ships capable of effectivo handling ample supplies of coul sklllod machinists proximity to bates of operations tho higher lutclllgonoo and moralo of tho American navy ovur thoso of tho Spnnlnids would nil count ory soon and It seems to bo boyond the palu of rea Â¬ son to suppoeo that Spain could overthrow tho United Statos on tho sea llaii of Campaign Unless Spain could inlllot a sovero blow upon tho United Statos at tho very outset tho nnvnl men bora figure out that wo should bo nhlti to Invest Cuba with our fleets to establish nn actual blookndo of such ports ns Havana Matnuzas Santiago do Cuba Ulenfuogoa eta and by prevent ing food supplies going Into tho Julian cltios starvo out tho Spanish army In tho Almost ecry military expert In Island Washington will say thnt If our fleets aro kfrong onough to boat bnc tho Spanish squadrons the task of capturing Cuba will bo nn easy one A blockade will do it al Â¬ most without the Aid of our troops landed in Cuba for without now supplies of pro Â¬ visions the capital of Havana and all the loading cities would soon fee lu n dtwwHw Â¬ wesN rnwfordsvllle suicided with a rifle Ill health Is tho causo assigned Double Tragedy Princeton Ky April 9 Price Baker an aged farmer shot and Instantly kill- Â¬ ed his Bob Thomasson and then committed suicide There had been trouble between Baker and his and tho former went to the homo of the latter and picked up a shotgun and killed Thomasson without warning The murderer then went to the home of his brother Ed Baker and after telling the family to bury him well put a bullet from a pistol through his brain Professor Haeermn Elected Lexington Ky April 9 Directors of the Hamilton Female college elected Professor C B Hngerman president of that Institution to succeed J B Skin- Â¬ ner deceased Professor Hagerman is now president of Bethany college In Virginia Kentucky Fruit Killed Frankfort Ky April 11 Commis- Â¬ sioner of Agriculture Moore has thor ougly Investigated the result of the re- Â¬ cent frosts He says that the peach cherry and pear crops of the state are completely killed and that all uncov- Â¬ ered tobacco beds were ruined French Miuk Thrown OR Paris April 11 The Journal Des It the jingoes continue Debats says their campaign it will provo that un- Â¬ der the pretext of humanity they have only pursued their own alms and sought the exploitation of Cuba son-in-la- w son-in-la- w May llcturn to Vienna Vienna April 11 How seriously the sltuatlcj is understood here is shown by the fact mat court circles already believe that Queen Regent Christina may soon return to her native land Left In netter rotttlon Madrid April 11 The Epoca Con- Â¬ servative approves tho resolution of the government conceding a pruden- Â¬ tial truce on the petition of the pope and powers adding that by so doing tho question Is not concluded and that Spain Is left In u better position for subsequent events The lloait Ww Vain Madrid April 11 El Iraparclal In Â¬ dependent severely slashes the govÂ¬ ernment for after boasting that It would not grant an unsolicited truce to rebels yielding to brute forco what it refused to yield to the moral lnfiuy enco and fatherly counsels of the pope Feeling of Deadly Sadaeu Madrid April 11 El Liberal plaint Â¬ ively says It Is Impossible for Spain to avoid a feeling of deadly sadness1 Still It advises the people to remain quiet as perhaps Europe say extort eeeceMlons tram America and aled any way defer the reekonlas day pliant H uzrrJteK teeifcM U weMeM i Whet will become of the gear nmnwiM we pueMl as tee m Me H JW i Tti Nnw wttl luMp yo uprO Uo iaip ffiffrywjhew In the Senate Woshlngon April 5 Senators Tur-Â¬ ner Harris Kenney Turple and Chan- Â¬ dler made speeches for Cuban Inde Â¬ pendence In the senate Wnshlngton April C Consideration of the sundry civil bill was resumed Resolution declaring war against Spain was tuken up Washington April 7 Tho sundry civil bill was considered Washington April 8 An attempt failed to amend the sundry civil bill to deepen southern harbors In the in- Â¬ terest of southern coal miners Eulo Â¬ gies delivered on the late Senator Gcorgo of Mississippi In the Home Washington April 5 Bills on the private calendar wero considered in tho house April 6 Bills wero Washington passed to pay the heirs of John Roach the shipbuilder 330000 and O C Bosbyshell superintendent of the Phil Â¬ adelphia mint 17000 Washington AprTi7 The army re-Â¬ organization bill providing for thV She ltetldrs In ludlana extension of tho regular nrmy In time Warsaw Ind April 9 The monoy of wnr to 104000 men is opposed be Â¬ loaned by Robert Morris to tho Na- Â¬ cause It Is alleged this would be Inim- Â¬ tional government during the revolu- Â¬ ical to the national guard and volun- Â¬ tionary war and which now amounts teer forces to upward of 1000000 will be paid to Washington April 8 During con- Â¬ Mrs Catherine Snyder of this city who reorgan- Â¬ has Just been proved to be his grand- Â¬ sideration of the bill for the daughter and rightful heir Her fa- Â¬ ization of tho nrmy Mr Lentz charged the president with withholding his ther James Morris died at Middle message In the Interest of Wall town O 70 years ago and It was tho Cuban street which was denied by Mr fact of her early adoption by another family that has rendered her llncngo Grosvcnor after which tho bill was recommitted so difficult to trace Extra Ireciutlnn Taken Advance In OIa New York Anderson Ind April 6 With tho precautions April 11 Extraordinary were In forco at tho navy opening of the spring season in window yard Brooklyn respecting suspicious glass markets comes another 5 per cont persons Tho officer of tho guard has advanco In the prices together with an aajustablo schedule of discounts and been ordered to cause tho arrest of any districting which makes It possible for person seen taking nott3 and to allow tne trust to shut out the Imports and no photographers to enter the yard newspaper men were arrested tie the entire nation up to the highest Three window glass prices In the history of while standing near tho Mayflower tak Â¬ They were taken to tho the Industry Building activity Is back ing notes to a point where It was In 1892 and captain of tho yard Somraer and then this creates the demand which keeps beforo Admiral Bunco before being dis- Â¬ charged factories going To Ileinarn Hnrrlty Ex Lieutenant Ordered Out Washington April 11 Senator Anderson Ind April 11 Charles Hlne in tho service of the Big Four Jones chairman of tho Democratic na- Â¬ as assistant of Superintendent Higgins tional committee has submitted tuo of tho Indianapolis division has been correspondence and other papers bear Â¬ ordered Into servlco by tho government ing upon the cflort to securo the re Â¬ and left his position to take charge of moval of Hon W F Harrlty of Penn Â¬ sylvania from the position of member regulars Hlne Is a graduate fromWest Point and was serving as Lieutenant of tho Domocratc national commltteo at Fort Thomas when he took a notion from that stato to tho other mombers to enter railroading His discharge had with a view of securing their votes a rider providing that he could be re- Â¬ upon the question called In caso of urgent need lteull or the Untile Cairo April 11 Tho British brigade Waylaid uud Killed In the defeat of tho Dervishes at At Manchester Ky April 9 A B barn and the capture of Mahmoud the Howard ex sherlff of Clay county and Dervish commander and 4000 of his his son Will were waylaid nnd killed followers lost In addition to tho off- Â¬ Howard Is very prominent A terrible icers killed 10 rank and file killed and raging between the Phil feud has been 90 men wounded The Egyptians pots Bakers Campbells and Howards had SI men killed and had 14 officers lost for tho past year Twenty men havo and 319 men wounded Tho Dervishes been killed during that tlmo mostly lost about 2000 men killed from ambush A reign of terror exists Itetweeu the Uevll aud Sea In many parts of Clay county Mndrld April 11 El Heraldo re Â¬ lrofeMor In Charge marks that tho six powers have put Kokomo Ind April 11 Professor Spain between Staley M Landrey formerly a teacher sea by saying tho dovll and tho deep grant an armistice or In tho Koltomo High school who later wo will hold you responsible for the passed a successful examination at tho war Tho papor expresses tho hopo Annapolis Naval academy has beon thar tho country will restrain Its pas Â¬ placed In command of the rcvenuo cut- Â¬ presence of the sad sions In ter Calumet and entered tho service of events tho the United States Tho Calumet was Forty Cliurohe Destroyed ordered to leavo Chicago for the Atlan- Â¬ Constantinople April 11 Tho Ar Â¬ tlo coast menian patriarch has sent to the A Golden Wedding- Liberty Ind April 8 Mr and Mrs Turkish relief commltteo a list of 40 John Clark celebrated their fiftieth churches wholly or partly destroyed wedding annlvorsary at their home in during during the recent massacres In North Main street The affair was not Anatolia He fixes the number of or Â¬ as large as It would have been had Mrs phans whoso parents wero killed at Clark been well She fell some uie 40000 go and broke her ankle Valuable and Newinaper Coullivated numerous presents were received Madrid April 11 the Naclonul Conservative or gan of Romero Rob Afel Farmer Itobhed Waknrusa Ind April 11 William ledo Is bitterly hostile to Spains Plttman an agod farmer was robbed concession and says the government of 1100 In checks and 550 in cash called In tho European powers to witÂ¬ The money had been secreted In the ness a scono of Spains disgrace For house by the old man who was com Â¬ this language the paper was coafts pelled by torturing to reveal Its place cated of concealment Binned Statement luued Washington April 11 Seoc Ge salo do Quesada tho diplomatic repre For a perfect complexion and a clear sentative of tho Cuban insurgents Is- twolthy ekta we Cosmo Buttermilk stMeiuent showing that w4 a m the JUnMta lal Cube la a Breckenridge FmD News FriprUtri at Ti G BaMsgi Editors and WEDNESDAY 4P1UL 131898 TWENTY TWO CALIBRE Is The Way The Message is Described HARDINSBURG Wait II Bell has gone to Louisville Hiss Blanche Claycomb Is visiting here this week Mists Ada and Nela Beard spent last Sunday at Irvlngton The cold rains have damaged tho wheat crop in this section Mrs J H Gardner and her children are visiting in Louisville Dont forget the best goods for the least money at T C Lewis Olanny DsIIaven has a silver coin Liberty dollar coined In 0J John Pullman and Frank Hiswell were here Sunday from Cloverport Arthur Goodman has been awarded the contract to finish grading the street to the depot Everything guaranteed as represented If it falls to be bo bring it back and get your money T O Lewis Mrs Gus Shellman Mrs Sallle Mil- Â¬ ler and Miss Annie DeJernett spent a few days last week in Louisville We have a piece of land for Bale lying near this town in which there is a bar gin and the titlo absolutely pure Herbert Beard has been riding aa deputy sheriff for Mr Burton since Jan Â¬ uary and he is giving satisfaction Minor Compton is looking for lota of work at the Asphalt mines this summer That new road will be a big advantage Mr Parsons of this place has taken the contract to thresh all the wheat rais- Â¬ ed in Holts Bottom this year at 3 cents The County Sunday School Conven- Â¬ tion will probably be held about the first week In June at Pleasant Grove church near Garfield Dont fail to have your eye on the place to get value for your money in repairs all work done first class or no pay T 0 Lewis Richard May had some information from his son Louie who started for the RIondike some weeks ago He said he was traveling through snow about fifteen feet deep Coleman Jv Haswell succeeded in get Â¬ ting that brick pavement around the jail from the Fiscal court at its session just closed A new pavement around the jail property will bo an improvement on the town Ail the Sunday schools that went into winter quarters from the rural districts should reorganize this month We shall expect a representative trom each of them to the County Convention at Pleasant Grove The second term of the spring session of the B N College opened yesterday with a fine attendance A number of teachers who are preparing for certifi cates of examination entered and more are expected this week Profs Logan and Fate are giving general satisfaction Mrs S E Whitwortb of Garfield hab just returned from Louisville with a large stock of spring millinery goods She is offering them at low prices and guarantees to please the ladies who call upon her at her place of business at Gar field Her stock has been well selected Â¬ GUSTON Charley Drury visited our town last Friday on business Miss Hettie Hendrick of Sandy Hill was in town one day last week shop Â¬ ping II L Bell and wife spent Saturday night and Sunday at the hopitabto home ol Charley Anderson on the hill Our merchants have ust returned from Louisville with the largest stock of goods that was ever brought to this town Georgn Drdry and Mlsa Lena Drury attended the Christian Endeavor enter- Â¬ tainment at the church last Wednesday night Mrs Taylor Basbam died laat Tuesday morning at 3 oclock of consumption and her remains were enterred in the Buck Grove cemetery Mr Kerby agent for Smith Nixon placed an elegant Ellington upright piano at the home of Miss Helen Pol- Â¬ lock it has a ma rnlflcent tone A red fox followed the little daughter of Forrest Stlths across a field last week and undoubtedly would have attacked the little child had not a neighbor scared 1 the antmal away A horse that has been used around the railroad for the past five years became frightened at a train last Thurs Â¬ day and broke both shafts short off out of II L Bells buggy bo dont risk any of them too far it is dangerous Dolph Jones one of Big Springs most energetic business men has sold his pro- Â¬ perty near that town and will make his future home down on Green rlyer in Muhlenburg county We understand he got 3 per acre for his farm whic con- Â¬ tained a large apple orchard buildings etc Tho many friends and acquaintances in this vicinity of wero suddenly shock- Â¬ ed to hear of the death of Alexander Meador formerly of this county Alex- Â¬ ander was a promising and congenial young man and of course made friends We all condole wherever he went with his family in their Bubden bereave- Â¬ ment Fred A Bush gave a reading at the church entertainment the other night and it was heartily enjoyed by all pre- Â¬ sent and I herein challenge the state to produce a better reader than Mr Bush If any one wants to enter into a contest let him or her be heard from Fred says ho is willing and ready at any time to go against all comers The peach apple and other fruit crops were seriously damaged in this coonty by the late frosts and freezs Probably the money power caused it in order to control and manipulate a corner It will be remembered that a western far- Â¬ mer brought suit against his neighbor for making it rain on his unsaved hay crop thereby ruining it therefore if a frost or freeze Last week the citizens of Guston won- Â¬ dered and queried why the closing of our new blacksmith and carpenter shop just at the time busiest season of the some eaid the boss has gone out of anotner reraariceu gone 10 business Louisville lor more material otners ventured Drobablv out in the country overhauling an engine for some one but all missed wide their mark for the pro prietor Mr EUsba Smith and Miss Mag gie Bell Paul took the east bound train last Wednesday for Louisville and were married on mursday at tne lourui anu Walnut Baptist church The ceremony waapsriormeu ny tne nev w u kih ledtie It was no elopement but the participants simply preferred going to the city to be married The bride is the daughter of Mr tfeorge Paul of Bawley vilpand Is one of Breckenridge countys most charming and attractive young ladles while the groom is the sou of Mr George W Smith of near this place and is one of the best and finest machinists and mechanics to be found in this part of the Btate They will make Guston their future home Dad or EETTER LISTEN TO US rF WILL SIX PAGES IN THE MIDDLE OF A FIX Tub mountain labored and brought forth a mouse That is my opinion of tho meeseaga sent by tho president to congress Monday In the words of the Sago of Buzzards Bay our foreign policy has degenerated to a state of The Spalniards Inocuous desuetude are licensed to pluck tie eaglo birds tail feathers to their hearts content In one place does the president exclaim Shoo and thats where he says the war in Cuba must stop Only once does he get liis back up and for what pur pose lie does not favor granting Cubans belligerent rights be does not favor recognition of their independence he does not favor annexation lie says Spain Is not capable of governing Cuba What thon does the president hope to gain by compelling peace at this time It looks as though the only thing he has in mind is the creation of an anarchists paradise on the Island of Cuba Mr McKinley baa been weighed in the bal Â¬ ance and found wanting There is some- Â¬ thing pathetic about his incapacity lie has made bis high ofllco commonplace lie has been made a Merry Andrew by diplomats and has only been successful in placing himself in the middle of a bad EdGoodniguit fix On account of a complication of circumstances the publication of our special edition has been deferred Â¬ Bronchitis but extremely good for tho sufferer from that harassing disease is Dr Ayera Cherry Pectoral No modi cino can comparo with this great remedy in tho prompt and perma- Â¬ nent aid it gives in all bronchial affections It stops tho cough soothes tho irritated throat and in- Â¬ duces refreshing Bleep I had a bronchial trouble of such a per Â¬ sistent and stubborn character that the doc Â¬ tor pronounced It Incurablo with ordinary remedies but recommended mo to try Ayera Cherry PectoraL One bottlo cured me J WOODSON P M Forest Hill W Vs A short time ago I was taken with a severe attack of bronchitis and neither phy Â¬ sicians nor ordinary remedies gave me relief In despair of finding anything to cure me I bought a bottle of Ayera Cherry Pectoral Less than one bottle entirely cured me GEO B HUNTER Altoona Pa IT IS A DISAPPOINTMENT- - It Has Not Ituenched the War Spirit In the Least THE EA6LE BIRD STILL RCREAHS a Mr Harry Sommbks editor of the Elizabethtown News is a prospective candidate for State Treasurer on the Democratic ticket The Court of Claims took two hundred and fifty copies of our special edition These will be mailed to parties outside of our state and will be the means of showing up the resources of our count Â¬ The presidents message Is disappoint Â¬ ing to the majority of oar citizens Party politics do not necessarily color their views as the most conservative of our people unite in saying it was a weak document The following interviews with our prominent citizens show how they view the message Dr R L Newsom The presidents message is weak It does not meet the wants of the people The feeling of disappointment fs so apparent that congress will take the Cuban matter entirely out of his hands It relegates McKinleys chances for tho reuomlnatlon to the rear Ho had an excellent opportunity to distinguish himself and becomo one of the immortals C W Moorman The president acted unwisely and his message is a source of regret to the people Capt J H Rowland The message was a number one state paper and the president acted wisely F Fraize tersely said The message was not the verdict of the people H A Oeize Tho message is disap- Â¬ pointing It was not to tho point It did not dwell strongly enough on the Maine affair Hostilities between this country and Spain are very remote Thomas 0 Tousey McKinley is in the bands of Hanna and that gang It is the weakest message over sent to con- Â¬ gress before you buy your shoes If you dont somebody may be listening to you when you are telling your hard luck story of how your feet hurt and how many corns and bunions you are suffering with Youd better be we guarusu e iu sure than sorry The best maker makes our fft you 8EE SBlzWheSole shoes and guarantees them to be solid and free from all imperfections the shoe thai you buy And it costs you no more maybe even less to get this sort of shoes Solz Shoes here than the other kind somewhere make yoor feet glad else I Agers Cerrg Pectoral now put up in half sizo bottles half price 50 cents A full and complete line of MENS BOYS AND CH1LDRENS at WEBSTER CLOTHING Now in Stock and ready for inspection Consul General Lee who has been acting as our representative in Havana during these troublesome times has made a line public record His position has been an important one and he has had thb attention of the entire country He is now mentioned as a probable can Â¬ didate for the presidency in 1900 A farmer the other day eaid totha Nkwb that the weekly paper was the He could study it thing for bim lay it down read it again and find some Â¬ thing in it he had not seen before The weekly paper should be large enough to contain abundance of good reading mat Â¬ ter something that will please every- Â¬ body and then it will be appreciated There is a good deal of talk as to the right of the United States to interfere between Spain and and another country While the people generally feel that we ought to take decisive meaures to relieve the Cubans they dont seem to understand just why The only ques- Â¬ tion about it is one of humanity The Cubans have Buffered untold hardships at the hands of Spain and she is entitled to no respect from a civilized country We think President McKinley is act Â¬ ing the part of a very wise leader in the pending war crisis before us Some per Â¬ sons have already charged him with having Bold out to Wall street and the money power but the most thoughtful citizen will look upon such a charge as mere folly Mr McKinley represents a great country and as we have made him our president let us treat his utterances with due respect and nut array any class or section against him It is more than probable that a good many people in the county will fault the the Court of Claims for levying a road tax But this is a day and time when we cannot get along without good roads None should be so narrow therefore as to heap undue criticism upon the mem bers of the court True enough we have a good many taxes to pay one way and another but a small tax for road pur Â¬ poses will hurt no one In Indiana and LOOK OUT Illinois the roads are worked by taxation states their public roads and in those We are glad to say the high water is are of the very best Under the tax just imposed the property holders in the going back towns are taxed equally with those liv- Â¬ Mr and Mrs P D Hawkins were the ing in the country and while it would guests of Mr and Mrs Robert French appear that they get no direct benefit last Sunday from it it will benefit them in the end Mrs Ida Nottingham was the gftest of Â¬ of Claims has ordered a tax her brother Henry Dutcahke last Sun The Court day levy of twenty cents on each one hund We are glad to say that little Helen red dollars worth of property in the county for the Improvement of the pub- Â¬ Vandergrifl is much better at this writ Â¬ lic roads This will yield several thous- Â¬ ing and dollars which properly expended Several of the young folks had a de will put our roads in a much better con- Â¬ lightful time last Sunday p m on the dition For ten years or more the News beautiful meadow hill of Sam Dix view has insisted that something should be ing the broad and destructive stream of done to improve the condition of tbo the Ohio Those present were four of public roads in the county All tho Shllohs fairest Messrs T Robertson while it seemed like a waste of time Union Star H French Look Out B because practically nothing has been Walls Roberts Bottom E Elder done to that end At each meeting of Shlloh the court we have urged that a tax Misses Cora McCoy and Pearl Pm should be levied for that purpose but berton and Mr William Walls attended the members declined to act favorably Catholic church at Flint Island last At last they have realized that the only Sunday way to improve the roads is to work Ruby Haynes was boms to see his them by taxation The system is being parents last Saturday and Sunday adopted iu all the states and it is the only one which proves successful Our only surprise is that it has not been done ItflM long sgo But it a better late than never and a good thing is always in otWr The action of the court is to let Iafaata and Gkilire be commended and erstwhile we hope jwfe to see the money that is to bo raised for KM It this purpose judiciously expended and r 1m MHoty roada improved Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Eugene Vest President McKinley lacks nerve There is not enough back- Â¬ bone to his message Mike Hamman In my estimation the presidents message is all right Postmaster Wilson The message is all right It follows established prece- Â¬ dents and the dictates of the constitution Uncle Si Lillard It Is not my kind of a message John Jennings The presidents mes- Â¬ sage is tame It does not meet with public approval If the president does does not see fit to acknowledge Cuban independence he should not ask for an appropriation to feed the people on the island Alex Boyd The president has misled the people He should not tax their patience I am not in favor of war un Â¬ less it is necessary to bring about peace Dr F M Smith The message suits me exactly President McKinley has acted wisely Geo W Short I am puzzled as to the Influence brought to bear on the presi- Â¬ dent Congress and the Senate were disappointed but perchane were I placed in the same position I would have acted likewise Hon David It Murray McKinleys message is not the expression of the pa- Â¬ triotism pride or sense of humanity or justice of the American people It seems to have the aroma of Wall street about it If the course of Spain has been what he says it has been then it justifies and the honor of humanity dictates a vigor- Â¬ ous policy M W Mitchell The message does not satisfy the people I expected it to be more radical It is rehash of irrele- Â¬ A flash in the pan vant precedent Dr S B Adkisson The message is conservative Let us get out of war hon- Â¬ orably if we can It beats fighting A R Fisher I am unable to And any thing in the message John Lillard Fully 05 per cent of the people are against it John Hall The message Is weak It did not justify the anxiety that the peo- Â¬ ple displayed in waiting for it OF TilF FISCAL CoUIlT H Miller appointed commissioner E to let out the work for repairing the approaches to the Falls of Sinking PROCEEDINGS bridge Coleman Haswell was appointed a commissioner to have a brick pavement laid on the east and south side of the county jail property Charles II Mattingly was appointed He was poor house Commissioner directed to appoint a poor house physici- Â¬ an and a keeper for the poor house The appointment of Mr Mattingly came in the shape of a resolution and it gives him the power to appoint a physician and a keeper for the poor house O L Pate is acting as keaper of the poor house at present and will hold his place until October next The County Judge was appointed a Commissioner to let the contract to repair and paint roofs of the court house jail and poor house also to have a door cut in the room occupied by the County Superintendent from the Ciicult Court room 1500 was appropriated to L Green to build a bridge across the south fork of Rough creek between this county and Grayson The bridge is to be built near McGhoos ford The bridge is to cost not less than 3000 The plans of the bridge are to be submitted to the countys Commissioner and first approved by him None of the 1500 is to bo available until all the orders of the court are with It was ordered by the court that a tax of 20 cents on the dollars worth of pro- Â¬ perty bs levied for road and bridge pur poses and that the overseer system to bo continued as at present The tax of each district shall be applied to the roads in said district and the distribution of the funds shall be under the supervision of the magistrates of the respective districts but shall be applied only after the hands have worked the required time any person may work out the amount of his road tax on the road as the law pre Â¬ scribes and the magistrates shall desig nate any changes in the overseers which maybe necessary The following persons were exonerat ed from paying poll tax Samuel M Taul WlnUeld Preston Mlcajah Rob bins Sr and O O Burnett J H Mooremau of Glendeane is the only Democratic member of the court The yeaa and nays la the road tax were as follows yeas Bloa Jolly II A Walk- Â¬ er Elijah Miller Franklin Arms Nays Jas Moorman and Charles H Matting Â¬ Â¬ Cuba is free Will Hall has gone to Missouri A small congregation at church here Sunday Will you volunteer or wait for the draft Tobacco plants under canvass are look- Â¬ ing well Peaches and all forward fruits it ap- Â¬ pears are killed Farmers got to put in n few days active work last week Joe Claycomb of near Brandenburg w is at home laBt Sunday Alfred Payne of Bewleyvllle visited relatives heie Saturday and Sunday Our popular deputy sheriff1 Will Gar- Â¬ diner Yioa here Saturday looking up taxes We wish our honorable county court could make a trip just now from here to d our county seat in a matter of safety we should prefer As a enlistment for the approaching war to taking a position as brakuman on n rail way train A deep wash out in Missouri is called a draw in other sections of the country it is called a gully Lew Wallace in Bon Hur calls it a wady and in tho west the same is called a gulch or Canon while here in this county we call such places public roads Bey G W St Clair and S J Parks attended the annual meeting of the Owensboro Presbytery which convened at Haynesville the 0th inet The cry of the yellow journals in 01 was On to Richmond at present it is not bearing in mind On to Havana that there may be now as then a Bull Run to pass Another one of our old citizens has passed away Uncle Jeremiah Morton died the 6th inst after a brief illness aged 01 An honest honorable citizen a strong advocate of temperance lie commanded the respect of all He bad numerous descendants and a largo rela- Â¬ tionship in the county Bro Hesson of Brandenburg will preach here next Sunday afternoon at 3 30 Sunday school at 2 30 How many men do you know who will volunteer to go and fight the Dons A fish peddler comim to this town now would receive au ovation such as Like biliousness dyspepsia headache consti Â¬ be would never forget pation sour stomach Indigestion are promptly After a lapse of some weeks gardeners cured by Hoods Tills They do their ivmk returned to their gardens during the re- Â¬ cent pretty days likewise the old hen Mesdames Payne Compton go to Louisville this week for their spring stock of millinery easily and thoroughly ff JJ R ftp Best after dinner pills There aro thousands of acres of bare 1 I 9 hillside in this county that would be 98 cents All druggists Prepared by C I Hood Co Lowell Mass profitable if sown to herds gross The only Pill to take with Hoods BarsnparllU four-in-han- Price Always The Lowest THE M FAIR Cloverports Leading one price Store dont buy old goods rriificiri But come right along to my store and let me make you some prices on new goods then price any where else and take your choice Invite you all to come and look to come and price to come and talk to me you may learn something you may see somothing of some benefit to you Kind und fair treatment to everybody You are more than welcome at my store rooms a good word for everybody buy or not buy 1 am here to stay for many more years aud want your good wishes and need your trade andyou need mo to hold tho price down dont buy old styles t DRY GOODS Liver Ills I C l I C GROCERIES CLOTHING NOTIONS STOVES HATS Hoods IIIC tiiftHtttfttttf CAPS STOVES AND TINWARE HARDWARE FURNITURE Millinery Department 7 WE ARE Now Displayin THE HANDSOMEST LINE OF This department is in charge of Miss Georgia Unsold who is an exper- iencod trimmer All tho latest in Turbins Straws Sailors Walking Hats Braids Plumes C MEYER Big Spring both on sire Spring and Summer DRESS GOODS Ever shown in this country Also a Complete Line of f DRURYS Breeding Stock To the 1ublle In offering the service of the following breeding ttock we do not hesitate to say that we believe It to be a good a can be loucd In the stale Not only well bread on the IJe of their sites but equally ai well thtough their dams a very important thing In a breeder ly backed up by thoroughbreds dams side Description lloorbon Denmark Is a beautiful bay It hands high and as much natural stylo as any stallion in the state and Is as fine a breeder as can be found He breeds his colu with style and naUhsolld colors and plenty of sire Breeds very strongly after himself nine out of every ten going the galls by the mothers side He transmits his saddle qualities very readily because bis gilt at all natural and not acquired He goes all the gates easily but especially to be admired In his running walk LADIES GENTLEMENS CHILDRENS SHOES AND And in medium and cheap lowest JLUlrllNu we nre ucyonu any uouut in tact our hock Headquarters in every line is complete and prices as low as the JACK BOURBON DENA1ARK Ky Thl hich ttyled Kentucky saddle talllon will make the eeatan of 8fi8 at my place one mile Eatt ol Dew leyvilleon LouUvllle road Itdlgree Uourbou No 59 was elred by Fay ette Denmark No fro he by Ned Gainee Denmark he by race bono Diomcde he by Impoted Hedge ford Klrit dam by Hall Stocking ad dam by Her trand jth dam by Highlander Note Vou will notice from thli renowned tlraa breeding that he U backed up by the Hroageet fm- iilesol Denmark on the eireieMe clear back to thoroughbreds Oa his dams tide ha has sees 0 the beat croasea ol saddle iaatdU to ke had stroaf No 600 N II 811 WasslraJ and foiled at Lexington CANARY BIRD COUNTRY PRODUCE of nil Kinds WANTED CALL AND SEE US ly CASTORIA rfflfUcJU The resolution offered which charged the inaaner of selecting a keeper for the poor house Game rather as a surprise to Mr Pate the peeeat Incumbent The court will hold another ewuloa April 36 for the purpose of considering the question of fandlag the railroad debt at a lower rsia of interest Heston- Willis Company - OLOVERPORT KY Canary Bird Is an In bred Black Warrior black with mealy points Is of fino carriage and splendid action with heavy bone As a breeder of first class mules hi character I well known Terms Bourbon Denmark 8 to Insure a Ilv colt payable when colt Is foslsd Canary Bird I7 to Insure liye colt payable when colt Is louled A few mares from a distance kept on grass with out axtri charge Extending thanks for patroaag In tha past wlh hope that our stock mark a con tlnuanceofehsaaeIam very reeeectfilly CUAS II DRURY m r Itfmtmmfm awetfo tocwMO OunttadMood pur lustdt rtrtr osimm aura KtdM AM4itU- wak - WKIWE80AY AlIUL 13 1RP8 WILLIAM HENRY FORTISKEW DarR a coon down on do avcrnew Nnmed Wllllnm Henri Fortlkow Ho owiw me twenty ifdllnh tew Oat I needs mighty bad Tit when 1 iitient dnt roon tor pay Ho MulTn mo off from dnjr ter day Hn dono benn doiu dat n wny Till Izo iUh tiollln tiinil Kow I tell yo wnt I Rwlnler do Ter William Henry Fortlskcw he done ncttlo up wld me Da nex timo I calls roun Ill fell dat nlgguli tew do floor An crack Ills hend orgln do door Till ho dono woltah In his gore Dots me right up tin down I Izo dunned an dunned dnt Fortlnkovr Izo cuud him till do nlr git bluo Done warned him dat Id lick him tew Fcr troatln me like dnt Tcrday bofo do sun done not f ho dont liquidate dat debt Ill frnll him out ter fine yo bot Ho wont know whar hes at Ill do dra like 1 net Ill do Wld William Honry Fort lake w Ef ho dont Slice io dnt ninnnv nn Terdny whon I calls roun Ill stamp dat scounrel frow da floor An uoou ma uat wm cunucl gore He wont oomo bunko folka no more Dats mo right up nn down H G Wheeler In Boston Traveler That Annoy the Sick Nothing is gainod and muob timo pat is very vnluoblo is wasted by nl bwiug oursolves to becomo nervens and bablo to bo of the slightest nso in tho okroom Thing i Although we tuny consider a person o HI to bo nwaro of whnt is tuklug Inco about hlru ho is sometimes fully tgnizant of tho merest trifles and al lays moro or less susceptible to any and 1 things going on For that reason mvorsatlon about tho condition of tho itiont carried on in whlspors or in any ystorlons manner should bo avoided l id an air of quiet cheorfalnoss always iiaiutuiuod I Nothing is so annoying ns to bo con- nauy nsneu n woaonoc wisu tnopii- s changed tho bodolothos straight- id tho blinds closed or opened soma lurishment brought or any small do- Is attended to Bettor by far to sco oneself and do quietly without dis hing the patient Particularly if ho disposed to sleep do not at onco got owspaper of tho kind that has tho atest possible nmonntof rattle in it d seat yoursolf in n rooking chair ro rdlosa of tho possible effect it may vo upon tbo norvous condition of iur friend When it is timo for nourishment or edicino be prompt to give it but al- ays without talking over it too much d if it is the bitter cup that is to bo scribed nave something agrcoablo to How and a cheery word If it is tho od or broth have it prepared outsidu o sickroom and brought quietly and iovo all in an attraotivo form bearing mind tbatallttlo daintily presoutod ill bo much more acceptable and par kon of with more benefit than n larger antity Now York Ledger Â¬ to tbo pirnto and freebooter says su old timo Wothingtonion now known as tho chain gang do not belong to a modorn institution as it is geuorally dered supposed While it may bo a new cus Welcome addrm Frank Sklllman Hrtpnnr Sidney 0en tom in some parts of tbo country to The Itelottf n cf the Home fthe School Avork the oiTondors of municipal law on MI11 Iora Matthews CultitatlonniPiibllcbentlmcnt Joel II lile tbo streots tho custom has prevailed in Ntcenlly of a 1 ongi r Rrhnol Term M It Avltt this city for about three fourths of n DitcuMlon-Sliln- -y Hall L II McCubblns frank V Pate oontury Tho corporation of WashingItiujr AlhsV Hens Itoberti ton established tbo asylum in 1831 and IhvDivelipinent rl n Strong Morol Chaac tho malo inmates of tho penitentiary ter Milton CoVe Ilcuion 0 II Hall S AV leckrrJ II I ogan department were orderod to report for Onillin A Ailkloon hic work on tho streots Nov 30 1833 Tho MtHIC asylum or poor and work houso Avas Requltlte of a flood Schi ol DUltkt K Harmann located then on tbo square bounded by DiicuMfon Auoclatlon Clifton Iayi e M N Sixth and Seventh streots north- Â¬ lll t ty lia Impirunce Current Evintt Frank AVIate west and in tho early days those placed AVhat tho Teacher rf Today Should lie Jolly in tho gang woro bo small in numbor as Bljcutilon Ml Alice UiownS AV lMC Pate to attract no nttention I do not think M K All Recitation Mln Mrggie Godinin that any attempt to placo the offenders MUSIC in tho black and whito stripes was made Dircutiion ol feci Ion Ko tj6 I tin School till long after tho asylum was moved Anoclillon lw to tho banks of the Anaoostia about Tho Course of Stud AVhat it Should lie J II Logan 1840 Washington Star Mltcrllancnua Iliitlneif after which Adjournment Wo cordially invito each teacher of A Life For 50c the county to attend and aid us in the Many people havo been cured of Kidprogram whether your name appears on the list or not The patrons trustees and ney diseases by taking a 50c bottte of thoso who should have nn interest In the Foleys Kidney Cure A K Fisher cause of education como to West View Coverport It A Sliellman Stephens- Uaynen Patesvllle E on time and urge those whom you may pirt Uortlott chanci to see to be on time Twelve AWitt Hardinsburg oclock or in the afternoon Is not the iiolslt Oj timo wo have fixed for the me ting He Wntu s tho orator shouted onos member ou are tho ones who are to be ber feet ro on tho path of progress examples models and criterions for the will go straight on And tho ttuvocalized words of tho We n8iirn you a hospitable re- Â¬ youth ception and a eplendid enjoyment with thought avuvo thut ran through the vast an opportunity to assist in tho promo- Â¬ assembly wore Cincinnati EnWill her hat tion of the good cause quirer Andrew Diiiskkll Free The farmer the mechanic and the From a Methodist Preacher blcjclo rider are liable to unexpected Clay City Intl Jan 12 1807 cuts and bruises DeWitta Witch Hazel Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello III Snlvo is the best thing to keep on hand Gentlemen It aflords me great pleas- Â¬ It heals quickly and is a well known cure ure to speak in praise of your most ex- for piles Short Haynes cellent medicine I havo suffered quite a great deal from sick headache the re- Â¬ A Snooeaafol Aathoreu sult of sedentary Intuits and sluggish liv- Â¬ Returned Tourist By the Avay Mrs er and bownh Your remedy corrects Do Boautl I have not seen your charm Â¬ theso troubles rnd my headaches are ing daughter sinoo my return When I left she bad determined to submit her Btoppetl J 0 Boons first novel to tho Heighton Magazine Fastor M E Church Has sho been successful in her literary aspirations Argument An Mrs Do Beauti Perfeotly Sho mar Â¬ No sir said tho clergyman who ried the editor New York Weokly was being critlcisod for not treating current questions with moro emphasis From An Old Soldier Idcclino to becomo an advocate on Knox Ind Jan 14 1897 7ty sido of tho question you suggest Gents I have Int a number of people expect it of recommending yourevery confidence in Syrup of Pepsin you My doar sir my mission is to holp I am 72 years of age and am broken prepare poaplo for lifo in the next down the trouble having been brought world is it not on by my experience in the war Your Certainly medicine has dono me more good than a Well you cannot possibly convince hundred doctors and I am just about mo that thoro is any politics in heaven well of stomach troubles Detroit Froo Pross Yours truly Jefferson Wilbelm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Breckenrldflfl County Tcaohers Awwola lion The Teflcheni Association of Breckon ridge county will meet at West View on Saturday May 7th at 9 oclock a m whf n tho following program will be ren Â¬ The Chain Oanf Thoso gentlemen who ore attired In tho poculiar uniform that fnnoy asoribos LOUISVILLE ALL WOMEN JmErEHTMS of all ths psin andslcknessfrom which women suffer is caused by weakness or Market Choice country Elgin Creamery cnn Reports DUTTEB DAVIS 1214 121 IWAWM1 MM ACTION ASSOLUTELY GUAR gpvnilWtX IADLtl NTEEDTOCUREALL -u IN FORMS OF ARE THE DR ivatr QUICK i 1C18 rntiiTitr KIDNEY LMR DISEASES TOR SAIE BYAILDRUGGISTSm m Fresh Henp per lb Spring chickens per 111 Ducks young per lb llvo COTTON rrvcAT lWlLl1 tmtifiull nrMuiiV DNEwabvERwv UlYL OMI lOrAAvllUII jrhi derangement In Nearly always when a woman is not well theso organs are affected But when they are strong and healthy a woman Is very seldom sick the organs of menstruation 00jjW 8 5 iimoMidm cMpSoo or price SEND Turkejs 000 OOOaHOO cJlfci FOR FREE BOOKLET mi DRNCDAVIS INDIANAPOLIS IND mt Geese per dozen Good middling Middling 0 6 8EEI1 1 mmMmmmtmluw Winei Is natures provision for ths regu- Â¬ lation of ths menstrual function It cures all female troubles It is squally effectlvo for ths girl in her teens tho young wife with do Â¬ mestic and maternal cares and the woman approaching the period known as ths Change of Life They all need it They an all benefitted by It Fbr aJrle In cases rarulrlnr special directions addreu tirlnr symptoms tha Ladles Advisory Department1 The CrutUnoot Medicine Co CiutU 11EII Timothy per bushel Clover per bushel Crimson clover per bushel Red Top nor bushel Orchard Grats per bushel Uluegrass fancy per bushel Timothy No 1 Timothy No 2 Good bright straw IIAVUnAIN KKEI 35 45 HB immmiMmin RATEO EV FLU DAY xenmmmmmsmtmmL Ih mestcentr- - Ilu looats Hotel In trw city 3 25 2 60 1 15al20 85 l 00a050 8 00a850 4 00a4 60 CORN No 2 Mixed at store No 2 White No 2 AVhlte No 3 White No 2 mixed Oata No A mixed Oats WIIKAT 0031 301 JOHNSON -- iiJ0UI3vtLLEKY I 31 30 28 J 28 11 04 D00cTeno THOS 1 COOPER Tupslo Hits Hrtl Mr siller luKtrtd from vary Irrsoulsr No3 No 2 Long Berry No 2 Red IIVE 12 C3 and pslntul msnstrustlan and doctors could not rillsvahir Win ol Csrdul sntlrslf cursd hsr and also helps bi mottar toroufh ths Chants el lilt No 2 Western sm TOOTH ECONOMY III 9 rinuit High Grndo Patent Straight Patent Low Grades MISCELLANEOUS 435460 5 C5a0 00 5 00 1 10 9 C I Abbreviations The St Louis Star is greatly Avorrlod because the Boston Globe abbreviates Wo notioethat tho word president The Star abbreviates the word saint in the natno of its own town Why isnt a saint ontitlod to as much respect as a Boston Globe president Hobo is a common word among tbo Sioux or Dakota Indians They uso the word in referring to young men Avho have nothing to do An old chief will correct a son for any such tendencies by You uct like a hobo saying Salt N O 7 bti bul MolttBBes Sorghum Sugar gran per cwt Lime per 111 Cement per bbl POTATOES 5 13a5 25 80 3038 2830 A tooth may decay for years before it ncltes It costs far Ices both In money aud dificomfort to take care ol small cavi Â¬ ties than large ones Come any timo ttntl havo your tooth ox- nraincd No charge for It Wo avIH be at IrAinglon on Wed- noeday and Thursday after the fourth Monday ol each month t 3 7080 2 00a2 25 85 2 60 Irish per barrel new Sweet per barrel ONIONS HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Per barrel IIACON Shoulders dear rib sides Sugar cured hams Lard In tierces 530T u eoca0 SiyAl Oltr Hides Have Ton Had the Grip HIDES If you have you probably need a reli Â¬ No 1 green salted pur lb able medicine like Foleys Honey and No 2 green salted per lb Tar to heal your lungs and stop the No lilry Hint per n racking cough incidental to this disease No 2 dry Hint per lb 1 Baited per lb Foleys Honey and Tar Cough Medi- Â¬ No 2 dry baited per lb No dry cine is unquestionably the beet remedy AVOOL for the throat and lungs Pleasant to Unwashed per lb Hurry black and cotted take and is guaranteed A It Fisher Good tub washed per lb Oloverport It A Rhellman Stephens Kliuon ubltin port Gordon Haynes Patesvillo Lambskins E A Witt Ilardinsburg FEATIIEIIS Prime white goose por lb Good whito old goose per lb Dark and mixed old per lb nooTj i0i 60j ROCKPORT 019J 17174 JJ 15l5j 15 13 Always 8fl AW WORKS ROCKPORT IND Ahead 5 ijfet lit For Fine Saw Repairing m20 1 3031 25tn50 2035 Jli Not One Complaint in Pnat Year of Our Work The many letters of high praiso of our that we are ahead of others Hammering large circular eAe is our specialty and saws that others havo failed on If you want satis faction on work and prices wo guarantee it Address work is evidence 3333J 2830 1220 20022 15 Horace Greeley aa an Orator Mr Qreeley was not an orator in any pholastio sense Ho had a poor and nniowhat squeaking voico ho know thing of gostures and ho could not ko an orators pose which adds such phasis soinotiines to tho matter and gument to bo set forth Npt all his ars of practice on tho platform aud on blio occasions ever changed his habits id methods as a spoakor and he ended poorly oquipped in tho rospoots nam- lor tho vocation as when ho began at he had ouo prima quality without hich all tho others nro oxploited in in Ho invariably had somothing to y and lie said it in suoli clear and holosome English with such sincerity at ho was an orator in spltofJ all tho los Seneca Snake Pink Yellow Wild Ginger fibre off Wild Ginger ilbre on Lady Slipper May Apple MISCELLANEOUS 30 05 Rockport Saw Works Kockport -- inu 0305 isss rggg t 3j0l 05 Tallow per lb Primo beeswax per lb Prime gluBeug per lb Dried appleH per lb Dried peaches halves por lb runs Black skunk No 1 cased Short Btripe skunk Long stripe skunk White skunk Mink No 1 large cased Grey fox No 1 largi cased Red fox No 1 large casad Muskrut No 1 large cased Opossum No 1 largt cased Wild cat No 1 large caHed House cat Nn 1 large cased Otter No 1 largp cased Heaver No 1 large ciced Raccoon No 1 3103 24024 1 140 270 3031 00070 30040 20025 A Dutsclike WITH Son BUCKNER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO iNCOKrOKATEDI 313 310 Chapol Street Hot Main and Market and 21 0 220 Tenth Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY largo 10 CO0O5 To state it briefly of all tho eminent oakers I havo introduced and moro an once thoro was not one who gavo tter satisfaction different and notublo they wore than Horace Greeley As oneequonce he came to me oftenost d woro the best Wo might or might t agree with some of his poculiar omises as when ho says The mo- out u drop of alcohol is rocolved into o human stomach that moment tho much recognizes a deadly oueiny t ho set his audionco thinking and m in a tod his theme Joel Benton in arpers Magaziuo 11- 4 00a700 75090 550Oi 76000 10015 07012 10020 05015 Special Attention Tour Months Storngo Free Given to Private BUCKNK TOKACCO WAKIIOUSE Sales Independent AVnrchousc Mark your hogsheads sSsf - W 300a500 H C BRUNER Prdneeo SON CSr 11 BATTLE SHIP VA55ACMU5ETT5H raVHTC37IWls4sU Ue Was Actually Clean Colonol Ibbetson who died reoently C0UllIllSl011 MeieliaUt ft A Beacon Of Hope To those afllicted with Kidney or Blad Â¬ der Diseases is Foleys Kidney Ouro Dover N H Oct 31 1890 Messrs Ely Bros The Balm reached Bflfnly and in bo short a time the ef- A in surprising My son 83b the first plication eave decided relief I have To- shelf filled with Catarrh Cures orrow the stove shall receive them and ya Cream Balm will reign aupreme jpectfully Mrs Franklin Freeman Irearu Balm is kept by all druggistp ill size 50j Trial size 10 cents AVe ill it ELY BROS GO Warren St N Y v Archbishop Temple Speaking of Archbishop Templo in Tho St James o Lambeth confereuoo azetto says It is well known that he utmost good feeling and unanimity rovailod at that historio gathering but t is not perhaps surprising that some f tho oxotia prolatos woro at first a lit Io astonished at tbo blunt plain spoken traightfoyVurduoss of tho archbishop To doubt somotimes their lordBhlps told exactly what they had to do fw they were to do it with an ab Jot circumlocution which was en Â¬ tity new to them and ouo of tbo American bishops summed up liis ioei- rings upon mo pernaps rtuuur juutu inuu illitary duoUiou of the present successor f St Augustino in a highly suocossfal pigram I love that old man ho said itn the characteristic Yauisoo drawl hi oil oven bishops upon tho other sido but if tho Atlautlo rarely qulto lose f hn behaved liko that in my country a would hotshot Medicine A Queer is a medicine whos proprletiirs Therfl do Bot claim to have discovered some tltherto unknown ingredient or that it a cure all This honest medicine only IcIrm to cum certain disease and that ihi iBKredlent are reconlrd by the most skilled physicians a being the best lor Kidney ami Bladder Diseases It A R Fisher is Foleys Kldasy Cure TUlovorport Jt A pottj Gordon Wl Hay ns Putwyille HMOiMbnrg tbsllan HtephsBS f in England was a capital whist player and an insatiable reader In the inter- Â¬ A It Fieher Cloverport Guaranteed val betweon games he invariably plung It A Shellman Rteplionsport Gordon ed into a book never indulging in futile Haynes Patesvllle E A Witt Har disoossions about tho plays He was tha dlnsburg hero of the last sensational elopement to Gretna Groen Forty four years ago XJncoln and the Battery he ran off with the Lady Adola Villiers A story of Lincoln told me by the daughter of tho Earl of Jersey They man to whom it happened sinoo dead wero never fully pardoned as it was thought that she had been guilty of a is as follows At tho breaking out of tho olvil war grave misallianoe Indeod the story is Captain Tompkins of tho battery of ar- Â¬ told that when they got back to town tillery stato of libodo Island militia Lady Adela was reported to have ex- Â¬ I bad no idoa stationed at Providence enlisted with claimed to her sister his entire oommaud aud left at onoo for till I married that the lower orders Washington Soon after his arrival his woro so oloau in their habits buttery togeth or Avith othor troops was M L Yocum Cameron Pa says I roviowed by t io president in front of tho Whito House and Captain Tonip was a euffrirer for ten years trying most kins proud of his battery brought it all kinds of pile remedies but without past tho president in tho very best shape Btimss De Witts Witch Hazel Sulve bo was capnble of doing and at onoo re Â¬ was recommended to me I used one turned to bo presoutod to the president box It has effected a permanent cure as Avas dono Avith all tho other officers As a permanont cure for piles DeWitta When tho oaptaln was presoutod Lincoln said loud ouougb for all noarby to Witch Hazl 8alye has no equal Short Haynes hoar Captain your battery is cortain ly a very pretty battory in fact the prettiest battery I havo over seen aud Queerest Town In Koglaod then in so low a tono that no ono but The most curious town in England is the captain hoard him but I must Northwlch Thero is not a straight say captain I have seen vory fow bat street nor in fact a straight house in Noav York Tlmos tories tho placo Every part of it has the ap pearauco of having suffered from the Booklets Arnica Salve visitation of au earthquake Northwioh Tub DimtHaivb in the world for Cuts is the centor of the salt industry in Bruises Sores Ulcers Sail Itheum Fe Â¬ Gbosuire England On nearly all sides ver Sores Tetter Ghappml Hands Chil- Â¬ of tho town are big salt works with Not Bo Daft After All their engiuoa pumping hundreds of thou Â¬ blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions of brine every week Daft Tarn as ho was called wander and postkely cums Piles or no pay re sands of gallons depth of some 200 or 800 feet are ing through tbo village one day got se quired It Is guaranteed to give perfect At a immonso subterranean lakes of brine verely bitten by the village inn dog anti faction or money refunded Price and as the contents of these are pumped Proceeding to the inn he showed tho per box 2fi cents For saib ur Pltort and pumped away the upn crust of nistress what her dawg bad done Havnes earth is correspondingly weakened and She was much alarmed and putting a tho resalt is an occasional subsidence naif crown into Tarns band Bald These subsidences have a pulling ef Â¬ Awa tae the doctor boo an pay Â¬ Robert Morris Dank of North Ameri ca fouuded at Philadelphia at the end fect on the nearest buildings and they him wl the hauf crown drawn all Tarn eyed the coin saying of tbo year 1781 was the first bauking are extremely ways and give tho tows an I dlnna think Ill bother wl the institution founded m tbo Americau New York Sendissipated appearance doctor bat jist keep the siller continent For my sake gang tae him or else A little boy asked for a bottle of et yell gang daft The Roman penny was valued at up in the morning as fast aa you can about IS cents Hoots wBBasia yere bletberln the druggist recognlwd a household Daft folk eanna gang daft twice A torpid liver robaynu of ambition and name for DeWitts Little Karly Riser Pearsons Weekly ruins your health DeWitts Llttte Ear and gave him a bottle of those fasaetM ly Risers cleanse the liver cures eoastl pa Â¬ little pills or soMtipailon stek hsadashe A bath with Cosmo Bttrnllk tios ad all atottach and Uvr tfoublss liver and stotoaah twwtbWs 8ber A Boa ewlsWly ssaatsd is soothing and HajPMS bort A Hayiws Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hired Wabtter For a Week Of course Webster was in demand by those Avho could afford to pay for his services A sharp Nantucket man is eaid to have got tho better of the great dofender of tbo constitution in an amus ing way however He bad a small caso whioh was to bo tried at Nantucket one woek in Juno aud bo posted to Websters offloe in great haste It was a contest with a neighbor over a matter of considerable local interost and his pride as a litigant Avas at sake Ho told Webster the particulars and asked what ho would oharge to conduct tho case yon cant Why said Webstor afford to biro mo I should hnvo to stay doAvn tbero ho whole week and my foo would bo more than the wholo case is worth I couldnt go down there for loss than 1000 I oould try every caso on tho docket as well as ono and it wouldnt cost any more for one oaso would tako my timo for the eutlro wook anyway qulokly All right Mr Webster Heros responded tho Nantucketer your 1000 You como down and Ill fix it bo you can try every caso Webster was bo amused over this proposition that ho kept his word Ho spent the entire week in Nantucket nud appeared on ono side or the other in every oase that came up for hearing Tbo shrewd Nantucketer hired Daniel out to all bis frlonds Avho wore in litigation and received in return ubdnt 1 600 so that ho got Websters services for nothing and mado u good profit to boot Boston Hontld The Leading Specialists of America 20YCAIIS IN OHIO JMElilftlil 250000 CURED Theoldest and beat produce house in Louisville Prompt to remit and return empties Wc solicit tho shipments of all country Merchants 327 Second Street LOUISVILLE KY Telephone 9 WECURE EMISSIONS I f tll mnvA ilaiTIAPttltlnV il Annini iwl111 AA IT Alt tnfn IhtlT ihfl ftrCA lhey enco ot theso nightly lowcs produce woaltuess nervoutnew a leciing of dltguit and a w holo train of tjmptomt They unfit a man for buimcM married No matter llfo and social liapplnow I4Ij AHinl I null hnKtlBI In Vrtllth Vf UCt uct vuusvu mj vtii natural woaKuesn or bciuui cvvBeco uu iovr Method Treatment will poiKlvoly euro you WILLARD W HOTEL Jr Mgr S MILLER flf 3 V4 Wi Ml fe pimi SSiSJSi NO CURE NO PAY later eicereel may havo weakened you ou Kxpoiur mar havo diseased you are not safe till rurod Our New Method 111 euro you no risk You run vt Vminr Itfan Win nro nale feeble and haggard nervous Irritable and ex- laoroiw ctiaoic I on oocoino lorgeuui pimples and despondent blotches and stooping sunken eyes wrinkled face form and downcast counteuanco reveal tho blight of your existence No matter how serious your case may be or how long i ou may havo hod It our o nn Dntpc 4ww v nndSORn - alv mmii fLmmB m ltoKWZlJXlMm5 443 ii T IIUKM 250000 CURED Best House in Louisville ac ssafcasaaase YOU SHOULD WE CURE VARICOCELE Mirruou EMPLOY euro it Tho wormy veins return to their normal condition and hence the rexual organs rocclvo proper nourUh ment Tho organs becomo vitalised all unnatural drains or lotcs ccaio and No temporary manly powers return benefit but a permanent euro auured NO DKTUN TION NIItUSSAHY TIOH FUOJl llUdlNESS xuijatmknt win Nono but ths County Surveyor to do your work He is tho nmhotliiil Surveyor ol thl County Is un expelmctd workman and knows hi business Ha it alio Notary Public writes Deeds and takes Acknowledgenicdti Charges always lleasonable Addrokn CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR KARDINSnURQKr no libm no pay no opk ha CURES GUARANTEED euro 8YPI1IM8 Vo treat and OldlET llMIbHlONB XM POTKNOY HTHlfffimK VAUJCOCEIiK BKMI NAlj jusaEa jiiiAiuirii nu r CONSULTATION NKY diseases OIIARQKS 1I00K8 lUUE VKHB MonHflATl If iinahle to call write for a QUI STION I1LANK for 1IOMK TREATMENT GREGORY Wharfumters CLOVERPORT CO KENTUCKY Steamboat Agents Kennedys Kergan sr 122 W FOURTH ST CINCINNATI O am b abLm fcr tj rres Ioal Agents HsnestMd Fertilizer Company and Oil Company lindard ab Wj Do tkm tr iul Dealers In DIIikIh Yellow Pine Floor Doora Idk and Celling Weather lloanllng Shingles Salt Lime Cemetit 8ih TRAVEL DO YOU trlpl roa from AnyoafoUiff to Uk nwttrsi Tlia luteuse itching niHlnmnrtin Inci Â¬ dent to theso dlsoases is instantl y allayed by upnlylnjf Clmiiioerlalufl Eyo and Many very bad cases Skin Ointment havo been ioniinnently cared by it It la equally efficient for Itching plies and a favorite remedy for Bore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bltea and chronio sore eyes 23 cts per box Totter SnttsUioum nnilKczcma orrrouiUfrnM iiJhviMSfckiiM Mr M nn of iSla nbiT h f rtett uiMi ma yrrDiHTf Known ay hrer nj Aatlima m jys h it -- Bitadasnaaa - If rvoustcaav ffcatlck satTsr Lathe Plwttar Ilalr Flow 1 e riaatt rlriR HaHillee Dr Cndys Condition YwtoA just what n horse needs when la gli Il IstWfBIVtV f WIITftH i rwi BuMJimaM sv- tnwiffl m9lm condition Tonlo blood imrlllor vorralfnge Thsy are dm food but medicine aim the best m wa horso itw nriuM suaatttM GMta packasy laL5 at ImmI pr W BftECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY AlKIL NEWS 13 1808 the Republican party SOUND MONEY A Few More Thoughts Over For Bimctallist to Ponder Some Pretty of Sliarpc Criticisms Ills Silver Views ALL ABOUT THE MONEY QUESTION Mr Editor I desire to answer another article written by my friend of Kirk BimeUlltat says the sovereignty of the people and the faith in the government floats both silver and paper at par with gold which I emphatically deny I will tell you my friend what such a theory put In practice will do it will float the black flog of repudiation infamy crime and debauchery and will lead to every- Â¬ thing that is detestable and abominable in the sight of an honest and people No government ever advocated such a scheme of blacknecs and treachery Our government maintains the equality of all forms of money by limitlngor restricting t tie coinage or issue The government is like a solvent man who gives his notes for what he is able to pay how long would a man remain sol Â¬ vent if he would give his notes to every one who might ask for them If our gov- Â¬ ernment was to issue and coin money free to everyone it would be in the same condition we would have to abandon all gold payments and have noth but sil- Â¬ ver The Republican party by its resolutions guarantees to maintain all forms of money at a parity with jrold limiting the amount to be issued in tnis way the party practically stands for bimetallism money that is not maintained by redemption its vaue is in the substance of which it is mad 4 According to your theory the banks of our country would have a right to exercise their sovereignty in issuing monoy for they are the people and the rest of the people by faith surely could float the parity Mr Bimetallist I am not so much on the retired list as you cuppose As jou have passed yourself upas a critic I de Â¬ sire to punch a few more thoughts into your mullet head for criticism You speak of simpletons and fools if there is any class on whom you are capable of passing Judgment it is the above named class You say you stan 1 on the Democratic platform of 00 if so you are a better Republican than I anticipated That party advocated sound money and a gold standard and all true Jeflersonian Democrats favor a purely gold standard You say all foreigners would bring their sil- Â¬ ver here and have it coined and take it back but if he could not spend them as American dollars we would derive no benefit from such a scheme You say also that free coinage has no reference to charges at our mints why anyone knows that free means to open the mints without any charge no moneyed man is so silly as to olunteer to pay or a thing they can get free You say it is a practice for all nations to pay for mintage You would have the people believe that the popular phrase of free coinage has a paymaster attached to it It is impossi ble to coin sliver ou the samo terms and conditions with gold at the ratio of 10 to 1 Congress may fix the ratio hut unless it is approximately tliH bullion ratio of the two inetulHtlie under valued by the ratio will not be taken to the mints for coinage it will be withdrawn as money and sold as merchandise for the reason that it would be worth more as a commodity than as money Mr Democrat you need not fret about a contraction of tliH currency An long as g Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THEINFLUENCE ages and enters the confines of Eternity With what care there- Â¬ fore should the Expectant Moth- Â¬ er be guarded and now great the effort be to ward off danger and make her life joyous and happy sounding of of the Mother shapes the course unborn through generations goes all the MOTHERS FRIEND allays tklMrLK Wfct lfiiK Cramps Nervous- Â¬ ness re- Â¬ lieves the Headache all system that Childbirth and the time of recovery shortened many say stronger after It in- Â¬ than before confinement sures safety to life of both mother and child All who have used Mathers Frlead M say they will nev- Â¬ er be without it again No other remedy robs confinement of its pain Â¬ Â¬ and Nau- Â¬ sea and so fully pre Â¬ pares the is made easy A customer whose wife nted Mother1 Friend tint If sue bad to eo through the orileil bottle to be Milt and there were but four per bottle be lulned and tbe coit was 110000 asoLAYTOIf Dayton Ohio would luve them say Sent by expreae on receipt of price LOO lEK BOTTLE Hook to EXPECTANT MOTH KKS mailed freo upon application containing Valuable Information and voluntary testimonials THCMiABflCLBItMULATM C ATUNTCsA MM ait MVMMTI W B Harwood writes of The Greert Lakes in St Nicholas Mr Harwocd ays Geologist point out tbo fact tbnt this chain of lakes has not always been as Is that there was a tune wnon serve thn present status and avoid any it bow lakes woro blended into ono all the of our tfltitf n rtTiaM thft MlRfltRftt tint rlvAV addition to the current volume domestic currency and as far as the per for its ontlet to tbo gulf on tho south capita is concerned you need not squirm use gi uiuBieii Every day sees something taken from about that there is a sufficient amount Â¬ of money to carry on the business of our the rocky barrier of Niagara and geo logically spoaking nt no very romots country lakes will havo shared our In common parlance you say we call timefate ofgTcat which once existed in thoso the it free coinage this is an Imposition and the great far west Already they have a stab at the Innocent in the dark hour been roduood to less than one bait tneir of midnight a shame and a scandal on former area and the water lovol has jou It would be more commendable of been depressed 800 foot or moro Tho you to vote the Republican ticket than process 1b pretty saro to goon until they to practice such a deception when little are completely emptied Tho cities that are that dirty tricks like this Is found out on you stand upss lelr banks will sizo then grown colossal ta your neighbors will begin to lose confi- Â¬ time havo age then fail into doca gray with dence in you denoe and their sites bo long forgot I infer from what you say you are for ton but in tbo sodimeuts that aro now a double standard This cannot be ob accumulating in these lake basins will tained by coining free silver at a ratio of He many a wreck and skeleton tree Near tbo city 10 to 1 you coin silver at its bullion ra- Â¬ trunk and floatod leaf Â¬ tio gold at twice Its bullion ratio and sites and old river mouths these sedi- Â¬ ilcoining it free it would circulate only for ments will be full of relios that will Â¬ and explain the mingled comeIts Intrinsic value they must be coined lustrate tragedy of life dy and on an equality of value coining it freo In a certain sense these lakes form Its value is the substance of which it is oos mighty river draining a region of made over 025000 square miles and finding You say simpletons and fools believe an ontlet for their overflowing water in a depreciated currency I say none through tho swift St Marys river at Â¬ but simpletons and fools are capable of the east end of Superior through Hu ron and tbo St Glair river and Lake believing otherwise they had rather be and tho Detroit river through d than to believe St Olalr lieve a lie and be d Erie and Niagara and Ontario and tho a true statement of anything St Lawrenco on to tho vast ocean beYou talk of the act of 1873 If an act yond of such a remote period of time would It is interesting to noto tbat tbo bot have such an effect on the decline and tom of Lako Superior tbe highest of price of silver to day we would readily the lakes is about 400 feot below tho decide that an act of a greater distance of surface of the sea at Now York harbor time would have more effect on the de- Â¬ The Sanger oi Spring cline of silver Let us hear from you about Which arises from impurities in the the acts of 1873 34 and 00 when Jeffer- Â¬ a depleted condition of this son the Father of Democracy abandoned blood and vital fluid may be entirely averted by the coinage of silver and he did it No This great medi- Â¬ doubt in my mind that twenty years Hoods Sarnapirilla cine cures all spring humors bolls eruphence a few simpletons and fools will charge the Republican party with being tions and sores aud by enriching and blood it overcomes that guilty ol the Goebel crime of 08 Mr vitalizing the feeling and gives vitality and vigor Silverite you insinuate that free coinage tired of silver will give us plenty of money Hoods Pills cures nausea sick head- Â¬ This being the case we must have ache biliousness and all liver ills Price something to sell to get money The 2 cents volume of money in circulation is Very Politely rut sufficient to carry on the business o our Several clergymen boarded a street country to perfection The man that has a first class article of Prior or Burley to-Â¬ car in Boston one day and ono of thorn hearing that Wendell Phillips was in bacco or a first class lot of steers hogs car got up wheat or anything else will realize bet thopoint him and asked the conductor to out The conductor did so ter prices than since the war prosperity and tbo minister going np to the oraunparalled in the annals of history It tor said is not the kind or character of money You nro Mr Phillips I am told Yes sir that controls the prices of our production I should like to Bpeak to yon about neither does the price of silver effect the price as your party claimed In 00 We something and I trust sir you will have had calamity howlers lor time im- Â¬ not be offondodl There is no fear of it was tho memorial and always will the wealth sturdy answer and then tbo minister nf a Vanderbilt in their hands would be began to nik Mr Phillips earnestly why like chafTdriven by the wind visit their he persisted in stirring up such an unhomes if you please you will find their friendly agitation in one part of tho gates down and fences gone to rack they country about an evil tbat existed in cau most generally be found on a goods another part Why sold tho clergyman do you box at some little country store and I not go sonth and kick up this fuss and defy you to show any reason why there leave tho north iu peace should be calamity howlors in this good Mr Phillips was not in the least ruf age of unexcelled prosperity because fled and tuswored smilingly homes are sold it is the fault of tbe parYcc sir I presume aro n minister ty and not the character of money we of the gospel I am sir said tho clergyman baye And your calling is to save souls Mr Democrat the substance of your article is to array the poor agtinst the from hell Exactly sir rich BgrtinBt those who have acquired Well then why dont you go homes and a competency for old age ycu there San Francisco Argonaut appeal to the prejudices and passionB of men there are false charges in its con April Wisdom ceptionIn fact every theory you have Be sure that your blood is pure your advanced is inconsistent illegal and un appstite good your digestion perfect philosophical without any weight or lo purify your blood and build up bearing The free coinage of silver inde your health take Hoods Sareaparilla pendent on the part of the government This medicine has accomplished re- Â¬ or people at the ratio of 10 ounces of silmarkable cures of blood diseases It Is ver to 1 of gold The merej declaration the One True Blood Punfl r of this purpose is a menace to our finan- Â¬ Hoods Sarsaparilla has power to make cial and industrial interest Such a the you well by purifying and enriching the ory has created universal alarm it in- Â¬ blood giving you an appetite and nerve volves great peril to the credit and bus mental and digestive Btrength nesa of the country a peril so grave that men everywhere are breaking away from The Earth Not EdourIi such a theory emphatic protest ogninst Old Scrooge Does n mans lawful a policy it is an atsiult against the faith titlo to his real estato extend up to the and honor of the nation sky ns well as down to tho ceutor of the Shall this great nation of ours sink its earth Lawyer Certainly pride and manhood by adopting the poli- Â¬ Old Scrooge Then as soon as they cy of a weaker nation This country de- Â¬ running order uirships serves the best financial policy sound get thoso newput up a iutollgato on tho Im going to and uniform good the world over by patch of sky over my houco and cdloot having this there will be no contraction from every bnlloonatio that trespasses of our currency Loudou Tit I3ltB My friend I am in favor of the gold Warning dollar being the unit value and that ev- Â¬ Whilo I was resting today in tbe park ery dollar be measured by it and equal to it It is the only character of money my hair was out off by un unknown person All persons aro that we have to measure our values and buying it Hans Adolar warned againstÂ¬ Poet and Comexclmnges and settle our balances with poser PHegondo Blatter one another and with other nations This question is of primary importance in Its consequences and il calls for the ON most painstaking investigation we must not bu misled by phrats nor deluded by false theories Mr Democrat you asked if it was a limit to the coinage of silver that main Â¬ I say yes tained it at a par with gold and it is so expressed in the statutes I liMve answered that question three or four limes and my friend what I have hns been sild in a plain and simple way s that J ou might thoroughly understand and be convinced of your error I nt 111 contend the Republican party Iium always been a friend to silver guar Â¬ antees the parity of all forms of money and still say you are an enemy as you alvocntH a policy that would destroy the Kredonla N Y- parity You say you want gold and silaccomplished Military and ver mined on equal terms at the ratio of the able of the late 10 to 1 This cannot be done by putting Commander Wmfather-in-laO Cushlnff U 8 N whe Commander twice the value in one that you do in the gained world wide renown for bU crownlnf other You wanted to know what klud teat of blowing up the Iron clad Albemarl In 1883 writes Dr Fennert of coinage we had from 1702 to 1673 For many years I have kept or hand The coinage laws were at variance Jrf fnrson stopped the coinage In 1800 for your Bood and Liver Remedy and thirty yeais so that there was none Nerve Tonic for immediate use when ever I have coined A bilious attack or nervous prostra Â¬ My friend I asked you what bimetal Â¬ tion or eel run down It always gives lism was and you have failed to tell me speedy relief so much so that I have I ask what does a double standard mean come to rely on it with the same certain- Â¬ what Is the difference between a cheap ty that do on the law of gravitation currency Itsued by the banks of our CHARLES O MARTIN counrtry and free silver issued by the Prescription Pharmacist mine owners of the West and who would Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ is in power our currency will be kept perfectly safe It obtains this safety from the fact that the volume of money is sufficient to curry on the business of the country at a gold value All that has to be done to pre Â¬ towerbtf tfce Areas Lstfce I MAYOR OF HARTFORD Henderson Route Lositrilli liiinmjijt Card In Effect Ho 4 Lull Ky 2S 17 44 Ci TIh taw Has Experienced Wonderful Benefit From East Bound No No 46 Lt St Louts PAINES CELERY COMPOUND It Arr Louisville- KvaniTllle Henderson hpotlsvill Owentboro Ilawesrflle Clorerport Slephensport Irrfnirton Brarnlenburjr - ORJlm 320pm 310 246 715 3 28 37 738 344 400 8 IS 450 440 911 6 10 643 603 10 07 6 26 622 10 003 67 1112 621 617 USSpm 746 730 No 4I No 720 im 861 916 961 1011 1035 1135 1217pm 6W 43 No IMim 86Sm 2sm West Hound Loulsrllle Ilrandenburg Irrington Stephensiiort Cloverport 45 460pra 643 720 739 Owensboro gpottsrille Henderson Eransrllle Arrbt Louis Hawesrille 1240 115 732 1010 96 947 8 04 10 10 1021 58 08 823pm 9 Si 962 1148 1223am 1040 126 115 720 A I trains run Ihrough Solid to Eransrllle Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trains Detwern Si Lmils Ktan rille and Louis vllle Numbers 41 and 42 connect at lrvlnetcm for Fordsrille and itardlnsburg daily except Sunday H C MOIIDUE A O V A Loulsrllle Kr Louisville II endewnfiSt Louis RyCo TIME SCHEDULE Xalclnir Effect At 630 oelek A Vfsil Bound TVainr 43 iLsro 4 Sanday Uajr 30 1697 JCait Bound Tram Mail Bsprt Dally 4C0pm Mall Hxr ra Dally 7 30am STATIONS Krprs Bxpr Dally Dally 7 45pm 603 537 748 818 lvUnn ptar Kentucky St Rock Haven Lonjr Branch Brandenburg- Bkron 6 40 648 663 600 609 618 626 861 669 707 712 724 727 739 8 21 8 29 8 35 8 42 8 61 West Point Howard Wlllowdale 12 35pm 12 20 11 Mam 1145 1135 1128 1121 9 33 869 907 915 9 23 9 31 7 20 Skillman 927 1035 917 Hawesrllle 909 1043 Petrle 10 49 9 03 Falcon 8 27 1068 Lewlsport 864 8 47 833 Waltman 1105 8 42 1114 8 38 Powers 1125 863 Pates 827 Owensboro 905 1115am 818 1146pm 916 8 07 Mattlngly Griffith 1161 921 802 1165 925 Stanley 768 12 02 932 Worthlngton 7 52 1209 Heads 9S9 745 9 47pm 12 17 Spottsrllle 7 88 964orr 1224 Bassett 7 31 l 1010pm 1240pm r T15nn Trains Nos 41 and 4s make connection vlngton daily except Sunday with trains from Hardin sburg and Fordsrille Branch 764 804 812 818 1025 7 43 1011 1014 932 943 961 966 969 1063 Gustoa 1045 Irrlngton 1037 Webster 102 Lodiburg 1020 Pierce Sainple 1015 Stephcnsport 1007 1112 1102 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the appetite and puts the digestive organs into shape to pass tho food over to the blood in such a perfectly prepared condition that tbe change into nerve brain and tissue t ubstanco is easily and fully brought about without waste of nervous energy body or wear upon the liver kidneys heart or As even childron are aware there is stomach blood all over the body It Is this blood Iu this scientific accurate fashion which builds up the tissues that hav Paines celory compound permanently said been worn out It carries all the mate cures Btomach troubles disordered liver MAYORS OFFICE Hartford Conn rials for restoring wasted and worn paits kidiiHy disease indigestion and all un The modern man of buaiuess bu lie To the muscles it givts certain paiticu healthy conditions that grows out of overever so sturdy finds often that the con lar materials for making muscle to tho worked underfed nerves and organs Â¬ St L ify hrdsvlfle Branch TIME TABLE Ns 10 Preston has been Hart for two years As a result of his economic wise adminis- Â¬ tration the municipality has proppred and to day stands high among tho lead- Â¬ ing citits of America Mayor Preston is tbe first chief magis trate of Hartford under the consolidated form of Government beginning a new period in the municipality history of Connecticuts capital He began at the bottom round of the ladder lees than tw uty flve yeais ago coming to Hartford without a business ncquautance or friend in the city As a man of the pope but als a thoughtful conservative official fully to iscious of tho responsibility of Ins high position and of his recommendations Major Pies toils statement of the decided I eueflt he has derived from Paines olorv com- Â¬ pound must carry morn tliau ordinary weight iu bvery home where there is need of recuperatiou and of a remedy that is beyond auy reasonable doubt re Â¬ liable This Is what Mayor Preston Mayor Miles B fords chief executive tinued pressure of affairs has cans d ih nerves to remonstrate and fall in tone At such a time Paines celery compound becomes of value Having experienced its benefit I gladly commend it MILES B PKESTON The skin and the eyes are two good thermometers of health If the skin hs tpotf eruptions and unhealthy pal lor or a yellow appearance and the eyes u glfz d look with yellowish whites it is high time to purify the blood and ngulate thn liver aud kidneys Paines clery compound makes bright red Mood and relieves the liver and kidnojs of the strain that is brought upon thni whenever Impure blood la c instantly pouring through their substance There is every reason in the world why Palnee celery compound should build up sickly peope iocrroso their ap Â¬ petite and nourish every tissue iu their EFFECT MAY 30 1897 West Bound Trains East Bound Train Dally Dally Dally Daily ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Snn ex bur I No 6 1140 47 65 12 10pm 12 25 1235 11 11 No 2 No 1060am Lv Irrlngton Ar floOirn 11 25 Garfield 8 00 Nol 1266 105 120 145 2 05 Harnod Junction Hardlnsburg Junction Kirk Jolly Glendeane Dempster arFallsIloughlv Dempster 7 7 7 7 42 37 27 17 702 660 020 605 6 30 lS 215 230 2 5pm Rockrale Ruth Askins Oaks Mitchell 6 44 6 38 6 JO 6 25 610 ArKnrdsvilleLr ROOaro B O B East O S W EY Trains leave Louisville as follows S W UAILWAY Cinclnnatl and the St Louis and the West No so No 16 No 18 Lr Loulslle 245pm 135am Ssjam Ar Cincinnati 645am 1155am 605pm Ar Columbus 55pm 11 ojpm n 15am 5 8 sjpm Ar Pittsburg 7 25am Ar Washington 650am 11 soara Ar Baltimore 1 2opm 7 joam Ar Philadelphia 10 15am 3 40 pni Ar New York la 3onn 5 55pm Ar Boston 3 oopm 9 05pm Nraln No 16 has elegant Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New YorL without change Tran No 18 has elegant Pullman Parlur Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Tram No so has slsepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers Â¬ How to Look Good Good looks are really more than skin KEEPS IT HAND deep depending intiiely on a healthy condition of all the vital organs If the liver Ib enactlve you have a bilious look if your stomach is disordered you have a dyspeptic look if your kidnejs are af-Â¬ fected you have a pinched look Secure good health aud you will surely have good looks Electric Bitters is a good Alterative and Tonic Acta directly on the stomach liver and kidneys purifies the blood cures pimples blotches and boils and gives a good compexion Every bottlu guaranteed Sold at Short A liaynes Drug Store 60 cents per bottlu ChrlilinMK In Itumla ItuRhlnn CMirlptmus U tun lnTS Inter tliiin the UtiglUh one hut Is celebrated rnmllles erj much In Kupllsh riulilon till meet upon Unit day untl country liuiuu parties are many The true Is u Christmas Tho yew and Is beautifully divoruttxl gifts nro placed on small tables near tho Tho churches aro decorated with tree greens and so nro tho houses but no nils tletoo Is ised Two or three days are pub lic holidays at Christmas time and the pooplu greet each other with Ilnppy feast A huge pyramid of rlco with to you raisins In It which has been blestod nt tho church Is served at tho Christmas dinner and the meats are gooso duok aud sucking pig A great delicacy at a lluaslnn Christ suns dinner is veal whloh hns bbun fed entirely upon milk for that special day BANK 0 J HHunsclie St Louis Sprlngflold and the West Ar St Louis 640pm is 3000 8 40pm Ar Spring6eld North Vernon accomodation leaves at Lr Louisville No so 135am No 16 813am No 7 HAEDHTSBXTEG BKARD Fretideat WILL MILLER Vloe Preildent UDHAUD 0hUr B U The TAILOR Will be in Clover- port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with 8 30pm 44 isam 9 33am t 7 15 a m daily Charlestown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p m except Sunday Trains Noa 16 eo and 44 have elegant day coaches -Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis TRAINS ARRIVE From West 7 s a m is 15 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office couiheast comer Fourth and Depot Seventh and river Main streets For dttail Information regarding rales time on conneciirg lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc address US BROWN District Pass A Ticket Agent II 0 S W Ry 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHESStiROUGH General Pastenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio GB n S3 am From Kast 7 3 soaro 15 am 1115 noon 640 p m W MORRIS U3KRIDQK HM BEAM 1 I -- Director JOLLY I Casper May Co IND INTEREST PAID ON TIME 0EW1SITS OANNBLTON I he your benltn Vourlinpplncn la irenutu Keep the llcml uml Till out elenr ami lienltlir n1 roiirinlnri nnri tirnln tnnliraTrtret nndonftc UUSIIMANU MiVniOI IMIAIEUlstlio relief to nianklnd In nil hontl troubles IBKM COUIS KOKK VIIICOAT 1A TAKKII Ha nv nwrul mlnr InrrCnforrii ill That WnniWfnl appetra br Ilnr Kornrnnit Alllima hTHVY ONLY U8UMAN Dr II tl IruvvlU ftl tr II ir a ttal II to ihIi Ka ttr IUk Hmtkal iiiaiuui uuus co Tunisia isu v a i YOUR FORTyttfE Il juar rl General Passenger Aiant Cincinnati Ohio Safety Comfort WARFKL Assistant 1 Ji Louisville and Mall If Packet Line Line fast llatween Imk Y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jlItZNtrvou VUeait Falling Mom IirpoUoer UlMpltMnma b Vsrf prr Abuaa or othar Kiomsm olo catieedana Indiaemioua ZAyuAiiaiul turtlu V restore viumr In old or jroang tn4 fit a man foratudr buslnesa or marriage Prerenlt Jjuanltr ana Consumption it taken In tiina ne show jromoilUta fmprova- uulssd aSaota a OUltR nlata all ntliar fall In -- MADE TABLETS rOBlTlVELY ME A MAN AJAX itt ofon baring Uui anuuMb Alaz Tablatai I COIUC BEST TRAINS o v Louisville and EvansvilleS BTKAMKR8 Kansas Cily Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah E G RAGON PM Iljan Matter Penny Master W A Bishop Purser - 4 TARASOON DL w itboasfit M WT Nut door abort Pays A Co Clavarpart An Enterprising Druggist There are few men more wide awake Haynes and enterprising than Short who paro no pains to secure thn best of everything in their Hn for their many cu tinners They now have the valuable agency for Dr Kings New DIscovory for Consumption Coughs and Golds This Is a wonderful remedy that la producing Much a furor all over the country by its many startling cures It absolutely cure Asthma Bronchitis Hoarseness and all xflVctloiit of the Throat Chest and Lunge Call at above drug store and get atrial bottle free or a regular size for 6Q cent B4s Guaranteed to cure or price reJtHMled 1 uacaraiuousuiiuulIMCtlreloa t Volr aporv wniwa mi caaa or luuvniM wbqki scun BOOTS raiund tno monar liice uli 1st Tber L TGonnr Parser 1 AmrDTcSvH far tlHL Hi WasliEton Omaha TELL CITY U wv II Ballard Master W B Newbell Dally exeept Batsrday Utwee KTcrrbociy Bsji Bo CascaretsCandv Cathartic tho moat won derful medical discoiery of the age pleas ant and refreshing to tho taslo act gently and positively on kldnejs liver and bowels cleansing tlia entire system dispel colds euro lieadaorre fever habitual toustlpatlon and bllloueneis Please buy and try a bos ofO OO to day j JO iMMHenu bold and guaranteed to cure by all druggists St Pairi Nebraska Black Hills VIA Pane PD STAGGS St Louis or Chicago m VESTIIULED TRAINS CHAIN GARS f NYRUP pcpsiN 1 OURCS OON9TIPATION DR WELLS ffiff MO MO f RUQQ THAV PASTH AOINTST LOUIS HOWARD ELLIOTT OSNL MOft ST LOUIS M IWWAltriINLPAHATSJLUfSM LouIirllI ad Mew Amsterdam Freight shipped by hie the deHrtred attlok er thin by rail Travelers will fad the steamers are bmw passed ia eqalfaeat and oooaodt4oBi Tbe best eaHaary an eoapioyad a seeks a4 be mnn Is eaul to that of the beet hotel 0Mtr oKeee ITS aad ITS dth Areaa Lon Is rille D h PKNNT W W HUM Pre 0 V WlLUAlaS T P A Owsnsitan K7 Wi TMia BRElOKiaNIMJDaia NEVWa OlvOYEtRFORIN SCtf The Thing a for years I take It every Spring beÂ¬ ginning In April It tones op my sys Â¬ tem gives me an excellent appetite and I sleep like a top B R WILDEY Philadelphia Pa Blcyclo enamel for painting your bicy- Â¬ cle Short A Haynes Misses Margaret and Settle Bowmor PEACH COBBLERS WILL BE SCARCE EKRON Charlie Caperkn was in town last week Z T Cox was In Cloverport Saturday on bualiif 81 Mrs hadnt tholr hospitable homelost Ftlday evening n few friends to meet Misses Alice Dixon HeudersonRnd Eva Young Morganfitild IYERS 8ARSAPARILLA bos been household companion In oar family But Applejack Will Plentiful INJURED THE He for spring Breckenridge DFJ SDAY AIIIUL News 13 1808 I r k1 iVhVI Local Brevit Gardening is well under way Dressy Derbya and AlplncB Sulzers Mayor Barry is at Ekron this week Cv - courting The homo ot fashion the abode ot low prices Sulzors Bob Pierce and Ed Goodnight were at Louiavillo Monday Lee Slug tea in the flyo cent packages at Gregory Gibsons Wheat that has been submerged Is be Â¬ ginning to freshen up We have everything in the shoe line except your feet Sutlers Marcus Mattingly and Law Rhodes of Kirk were in town Saturday Come and see our stock of new carpets and mattlnas Sulnrs Lee Walls of Webster and Chris Jones were In the city Saturday Jesse Weatherholts barber shop puts forth an attract vn appearance The weather is not near as interesting a subject as the Cuban question The swellest line picture moulding that ever struck this city Sulzers H L Stader went to Hardin county Monday He goes to purchase cattle Beginning to day you can get ice cream and soda water at tho City Bak ery Pete Elder of Mooley ville was in the city last week visiting his cousin Felix Elder Then come Going to fix up a room get our prices on house lurnishiugs Sulzers Walter Smart went to Louisville Sun Â¬ day to consult a surgeon about his in Â¬ jured arm The walk of life will be rough if you have a pair of ill fitted shoes our shoes fit Supers Modern languago cant set forth the beauty of the new Bprlng weaves come and see Sulzers Edward Nolto of Louisville is with his brothers Messrs Julius and Emll Nolle of this city Dont forgot it our prices on picture frames makes them within the reach of evoryone Sulzars Have you bought one of those Anti nicotine self cleaning pips only 5 cents Gregory Gibson Mrs Barnett Bohlora condition yet remains unchanged but there are still hopes of her recovery fine in extraordinary Something pickles niixtt relish five cents a bottle Gregory and Gibson Emmett and Benjamin Bates left yes terday for Louisville where they hope to enter tho U S Navy Mrs James G Stephens and daughter Mies BrooK of Alta Vista were in the city yesterday shopping Fairy fingers could weave no more beautiful web than the pretty designs in our lace curtains Sulzers The Ladies Cooking Club will meet to night Wednesday at the home of Mr and Mrs 0 W Moorman Â¬ There will soon be made an announcement of the marriage of one of Brecken ridgo countys moat handsome and pop- Â¬ ular young Indies to a prominent young man residing lu the West W M Brown of Mattingly was In He possessed a the city Saturday most pleasant smile and when asked the llmrH Is another fine cause he said bouncing girl at my home Miss Judith Milter has just recoived the largest and most complete stock of millinery goods that lias been in the city for some time and is desirou3 that all should make a visit aud inspect her stock of goods Miss Lula Owen one of Cloverports most taleuted musicians has been ten Â¬ dered an appointment to act for the forthcoming Louiavillo May Music Fes Â¬ tival The committee having charge of appointments c uld not have made a better solectioi Tho question of whether or not a good Hkonc68 of yourself can be obtained by photographer Knight should not keep anyone from having their photo taken He has won the distinction of being a first class artist and all of his work is guaranteed to be just as repre sented or you are not compelled to take it Mrs A B Sklllman and daughter MIbs Elizabeth Sklllman are expected to arrive this week from Charlotte Harbor Florida Mrs Sklllman who went there some time ago for the recuperation of her health has found the change to be exceedingly beneficial to her in every way Her legion of friends will rejoice to know that tho change has been so complete Â¬ Â¬ Jas Wool folk returned from Eliz disease by the timely use of Pills an old and favorite remedy of increasing popularity Always cures Arrest Tutts Liver FREEZE BUDS The Apple Crop According to Iteport Wll1 Undoubtedly bo Smcd In Some Localities Hut Little Dnrauge lias He en Done Huy the Irult Growers According to indications the frnit crop in this section was not so badly injured by the recent freeze as wai at first re- Â¬ ported A News reporter Interviewed a number of the leading fruit growers of this section and it was their unanimous opinion hat the fow buds that were killed will help to mako the balance of the crop better J S Barnes of Hardinsburg told a re- Â¬ porter Monday that the fruit crop in his neighborhood is not badly injured James Lynch a well known Hancock county farmer who was in town Monday said peaches wero destroyed but tho ap Â¬ ple and cherry crop is Bate N J Ball says the late fruits around Mattingly are all right Col Kobert Mattingly of Mattingly says three fourths of the peach buds are killed but apple buds are all right Mrs Conrad Simons of Tobinsporti Ind was in the city yesterday She Bald tho fruit crop in the bottom was not damaged to any extent This would vindicate Mr A B Skill mans belief that fruit canuot be killed by a freeze in the light of the moon abethtown Saturday Miss Ola Potter Is tho gucBt of Mrs sour stomach malaria indiges- Â¬ BurnlceShacklott this week tion torpid liver constipation Mrs S J Brown was in Louisville last and all bilious diseases week to puichase spring millinery Mrs Julia Thomas will start this week on an extended visit among relatives Mim Essie Bruner of Garfield was the neighborhood ono day last week on here to see her mother a few days last business week Master Harry Board of Holt spent Dr Henry Board Hardinsburg was several days in this community last here a few days last week visiting his week Harry is a tine boy Come daughter Mrs Smiley Henry and other again relatives Mr Henry Cashtnan wife and master Mrs Gllmore of Texas who came in Willard spent Sunday with her father to bo with her sister Mrs Basham in II Avitt her last illness will remain awhilo with J Tho people in this neighborhood are relatives getting anxious for Brown to start It is with a feeling of great sadness his wagon again as Tom are getting tired they that wo mention the death ot our dear of carrying their eggs to market friend Mts Hannah Basham wife of Mrs Len Cashtnan aud Mrs John G T Basham She had been a great Brown spent Sunday In Sample with sufferer for over a year yet through it all she cheerfully submitted her self to Mrs Mcltobbins Misses Mary aud Buttle Mercer and the will of God and bore her aflKction with great christian fortitude and pa Â¬ and Dollio Claycomb are going to Louis tiently awaited the end which came ville sometime this week to visit their April 4th Her family feel almost brok- Â¬ cousins Misses Vanna and Leila Jones en hearted at tho loss of a dear compan- Â¬ I am always glad when Wednesday ion and a loving mother Her friends comes as It brings the News the best will greatly miss her yet it is a sweet county paper in the Btate comfort to family and friends to know Jess T Jones of Ekron agent for Bhe lived a useful christian life and died Deeriug Harvester and wiro fencing willingly and happy in her Saviours love spent Friday night with J E Mercer and that she now dwells in peace with Jesus To the family wo wish to extend QREAT SUCCESS our deepest sympathy SICK HEADACHE BICES THAT 1 1 TUTTS Liver PILLS TALK Being the Wind up of the Season of Several Lines of Goods we are offering Strong inducements this Week to Reduce Stock 125 ladies kid gloves for 1 ladies kid gloves for Boys ready mado waists A lot of ladies light weight vests Childrens overshoes odd sizes Tho McKay waist for children now Ladies Sandals while they last Ladies leather belts Now American hat pin 50 cent gents neckties for Gents extra good suspenders for While they last childrens garden sets White egg soap best soap made Bicyclo lanterns worth 150 A good colTco mill A new improved Edison talking machine -- I S 41 50 25 i i l 20 05 05 35 10 10 10 25 -- Â¬ 20 10 10 75 25 300 CATARRH SIX YEARS Grew Rapidly Worse Doctors Sid No Good Mr Adam Staats Mequon Wis in a recent letter to Dr Hartman writes I write this let tor because o my sympathy for the suffering peo- Â¬ ple For six years I suffered with chronic catarrh caught a little cold I would have a severe spell of sickness I used different catarrh medi- Â¬ cines and the doctors did all they could but the relief was only temporary In December 1807 my condition became very bad I could not speak aloud I bad a terrible cough profuse expectora- Â¬ tion and frequently spit blood night sweats and extreme emaciation I was sure I must die of consumption It seemed to have spread all over my body my head throat nose bladder and womb At this time I received a book concerning I immediately wrote to Dr Hartman who prescribed and Man-a-li- n I followed his directions strictly I began to improve with the first bottle and during the time that I took the medicine I gained twen Â¬ ty pounds I feel as well now as anyone could possibly feel I am sure I would have b en dead long ago had it not been for Dr Hartmaaa advice and medicine Every woman should have a copy of Dr Hartmans latest book entitled Sent free by The Health and Beauty a Drug Manufacturing Company Columbus Ohl i Pe-ru-Pe-ru-- m Whenever I WEST May VIRGINIA CAPITALISTS Oil Develop the Cloverport Field Mrs S A Hartwell will arrive today sister Mrs David Van Alstlue Bishop T U Dudley will held services in the Baptist church Friday April 15 AH are cordially luvltod to attend MreV J Mattingly and daughter Agneta of Hardinsburg are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Tbos J Lewis This is gingham year fashion has written that see our protty display checks plaids and solid colors Sulzers A little paint and varnish goes a long way towards brightening up your home ot Louisville to be the gueet of her Jr According to rumor a syndicate of West Virginia capitalists are negotiating with the principal stock holders of the Oil Company Mineral Center Gas with a view to acquiring and developing the latter jcorparationa leaseholds in this and Hancock county The representa- Â¬ tive of the syndicate has been at Hawes ville and has looked the territory over The report that was made must have been encouraging in its nature as the Easterners at once commenced negotia- Â¬ tions It is thought that if a deal is con Â¬ summated developments will commence in the Indian Creek neighborhood Short want fm- - mt hi and best bidder on Thursday April 23th 1893 at 130 p in at the City Hall sub- Â¬ ject however to the approval or reject Â¬ ion by the City Council Murray This Franchise to run for 20 years When needing toflet soap get two from date of confirmation of State and bars of the brand known as Queen Louthe successful bidder will be required to ise Violet Only ten cents at Gregory give bond to complete the work by Jan Gibsons By order of the Council 1st 1899 Mr Z T Cox of Ekron came to the F N DIIuy City Clerk city Saturday Ho purchased from tiie Patton Vitrified Brick Works a car load Activity In Lumbering of brick The steamer City of- - Cloverport was The Benson for drinking tea has just quite busy tTiia week It took several come and of cours you want to pur Â¬ large rafts ot logs down to Oannelton and chase the best Gregory and Gibson Tell City Since the high waters have have that kind subsided and the river has reached its Brighten up your furniture with normal stage millions of 4 feet ol hard Stalnlne varnishes and stains art the logs have been floated past this city oa Local Mtuetime make furniture look like new way to tho southern market lumber millers haye taken advantage of Short k Hayues Anyone wishing a new spring or sum Â¬ the rise In Clover Creek to lay in a large mer hat can be highly pleased in both supply of logs prices and styles by making a visit to Oood Felght Business MIm Judith Miller Freight bueiuess oa the Texas has Ed Kelly and Stanley Alien two rushing tbapast week The heavy proInout Hawtavlllo society imn were been movement of grain froro the south and In the city attending the purformaoce f west over the L A N is responsible for A Soldier of Fortune Monday evening the iacreasa in traffic Several million Tim most beautiful stock and latest bubeU of corn for European consump Â¬ ttyha of millinery goods are in for th tion has been shipped over this road for airing ami summer of W ami can bo Newport News Theloeal traffloU also found by waking a call pa MIm Judith very active and things are looking bright Mllkr for thia popular road Misses Alice and Dixon of Henderson Eva Young of Morganfield are visiting Mrs 0 B Skillmau and Miss Allien Â¬ Water Wo rka Franchise To be sold the Franchise to build and Haynea have just what you operate Water Works in the city of Cloverport Ky will be sold to the highest r Â¬ j A meeting of the Ball Heirs is hereby called to meet In Cloverpott on Saturday There is removed from this earth a April 10th at 130 p in to decide on woman whose place cannot be easily futher action and hear reports to date filled one who possesses those beautiful F N DHuy Secretary and loveable trolls peculiar to good Religious Revival christian women She was a devoted An interesting series of revival meet-Â¬ companion one who always wore a pleasant smile This was when death ings are in progress at the Elm street took away the wife of Ojcar Holder on Methodist church They are conducted Saturday night in Owenshoro at nine under the leadership of Rev Foote of oclock She had only been ill two Hawesville assisted by the pastor Rev weeksand her suffering were intense Joiner Rev Foote is a pulpit orator of the highest order and his eloquence as She died from rheumatism of the heart She was just entering her twenty second well as his earnestness eminently adapts year Mrs Thos Bohler was at her him to evangelical work It is thought bedside during her illness Sho was a that great good will result from the meet devout member of the first Baptist ing church To their union they were given IRVINGTON one precious boy who will be taken Mrs Thomas Bohler Her care of by The members of the B V R O enjoy funeral occured Monday at two oclock ed and unusually pleasant meeting with AN HONOR Miss Ellen Munford on Friday the 10th The program was confined to musical and all Conferred Upon a Prominent Clover subjects wliich present participated in a manner added much to the inter Â¬ port Vocalist est of tde occasion The next meeting will be with Mrs R B McGlothlan on Friday April 22nd One of Cloverports most popular clti The answers to roll call will be German zens James Pace Jr has won an envi able place in Louisville musical circles or Dutch or Danish current events The members of the club will give a At the elaborate Easter ceremonial at Christ Church cathedral Louisville in German supper on the evening ot April which the choir took a very prominent I6th at Irvington in the store house part Mr Pace acted as tenor soloist He recently vacated by Mr Frank A select program of music will be a possesses a voice of fine timbre and culture Those who heard his rendition of feature of the evenings entertainment the beautiful solos that characterize high The public is invited Admission 25 church ftstal ceremonies congratulate cents The proceeds to be devoted to him on his achievement The director the purchase of a library for the use of of the May Music Festival has solicited the club and all who are sufficiently in Â¬ Mr Pace to take a leading part in the terested in it to donate a book or the recitals but he had to refuso on accont of price of one to the library a press of business Cosmo Buttermilk Toilet Soap makes the Bkin soft white and healthy Sold Glad Tidings to Asthma Sufferers Foleys Honey and Tar gives quick everywhere and positive relief in all cases A R RAYMOND R A Shellman Fisher Cloverport Stephensport Gordon Haynes Pates J E Mercer sold a cow to Joo Hardos ville E A Witt Hardinsburg ty Saturday for 30 Austin Claycomb of Irvington was Headquarters Opened Here guest Saturday night aud dundav of of the Breckenridgo Canuel the The office Miss Daisy Watiingtou Coal Company at Louisville has been J E Mercer and wifo spent the day discontinued and permanent headquar Â¬ ters established in this city H B Harris with Mrs J F Claycomb the manager for the company has out- Â¬ Mr Bill Shaw and wife spent the day lined a progressive policy one that will with Mr and Mrs Will Head have much to do with a larger develop- Â¬ Cray ton Claycomb spent Saturday and ment of Cloverport and Breckenridge county Mr Harris is an enterprising Sunday near Hardinsburg War has commenced in the Raymond and public spirited gentloman and will Two battles have be a great acquisition to our citizenship neighborhood dont know whether it been was fought We in behalf of Cuba or not APRIL SHOWERS Misses Nellie Shaw and Ollie Avltt spent Thursday with Mrs J F Clay- Â¬ Wilted Displays of Oorgeous Easter comb Ravmond church has called Bro Del nillinery tho trofyear Seminary to preach for them this Ex Deputy Sherifi Scott Cart was in Sundays hail storm was a corker and it effectively put a stop to Easter display and gaiety While the storm was especially severe here it reached its height in tho Mattingly neighborhood In places hall accumulated to a depth of five inches and the whole of the Warfield Hendricks place has hid under a coating Will SCOTTS EMULSION of ice that seemed a foot deep The in- Â¬ clement weather interfered with the at Yes and cure consufoption tendance at Easter services here in the no Will it cure every case city as It prevented country people from No What cases will It cure coming In The damage done by the Those in their earlier then storm was great Death of Mrs Oscar Holder Was the Entertainment of the U A O W Lodge Â¬ his ability and talent in taking this part Mr Iatroni William Ieters he was recognized by the audience as an old time actor Mr Belmont Henry Lewis did exceptionally well Cyril Clifford Earnest Carson it was the expression of all that Carson had been born for the stage Dr Fargo John Elmore under stands the mode of assuming this pro- Â¬ fession Freddie Aelmount Jesse Moor- Â¬ man is a character that will have a lasting impression on the audience Snowball John Neubauer there could not have been a better selection to per- Â¬ form this part Barney Irvo OBrien this is an Irish part and OBrien has acheived the reputation of being the best mimic in this country Ills part was rendered well in every particular Miss Aunea Belmont Miss Mabel Carson her grace and charming manner won tho audience in performing her part Miss Ida Lovewell Miss Rose Ryan in this character her gracefullnees and with her magnetism of beauty captured the house Misj Frscella Peterson Mies Laura Yeager she did exceedingly well uud received many bouquets as to her star acting The house was crowded to its utmost capacity and likewise events have never had such a hearty welcome It was estimated that 288 seats were sold It was repeated last evening and the universal success was shown Elegant and harmonious music was furnished by home talent The proceeds went to strengthen the order This secret organ- Â¬ ization lias rapidly to come to the front in this city with a membership of nearlv one hundred Â¬ One of the brighest most jovial and best entertainments of the season came off in Mattinglys Hall Monday evening Tills great undertaking in which so many fail was not the case of the A O If W lodge Thoy have worked dili- Â¬ gently day and night to make this enter Â¬ tainment a success and one that the public would long to appreciate It was A Modern Comedy Drama entitled a Soldier Fortune in five acts Tne committee on arrangements were J E Llghtfoot John D Gregory John Ntu beaur John Carson and Jo Seymour The Cast of Characters wore Col Filz Noodle Jo Seymour who readily showed Â¬ On our Remnant Counter you can alwyas pick up a good bargain They generally represent Bhort ends of goods that were fast sellers Wa tch our Bargain Lists 8 SULZERS p4SSEMiSiSC9S43ies Meyers FOR GOODS TREATMENT SS STYLE BEST PRICES h An invitation is extended to all to visit us this week The most important trade week of the season of 9S finds us prepared to meet the demands of the critical the fastidious and the thrifty N All All All All That That That That is Best in Quality is Kich in Elegance is Distinctively Superb I Appeals to Artistic Instincts Can be found in Profusion here at attractive prices r i A Til fta 8J OASTORXA llBlll tin CCAt This is the verdict rendered on our Dry G oods Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes WANTS upriht frrnd In FOIt SALK Schubert puno original cost J500 condition Price ijo Apply at Fisher drug store for Information New Styles - nbw shapes in MILLINERY New Colors ITOU proved SALE A farm of 186 acre lying In one and a half of Hardinsburg and well Im Our Millinery Department Is Complete www Termieaiy V G llabbage 1 Agent ATTENTION teams and wagons want tevrral to haul logs all sprlnirand summer Call on meat once Ilariy IKAMSTEUS--- MEYER MEYER BURAS KY Mail Orders Given Special Attention l Monroe Kirk i i Men In every county to act as Detectives under instructions Ex Â¬ perience unnecessary Address Universal Detec Â¬ tive Agency Indianapolis Ind WANTED NOTICE H l - All persons knowing themselves in Â¬ to the undersigned cither by note or account will please call and arrange same Our old business must be settled We can be found at the store of Heston Willis Co W II llowmer Son EXHIBIT OF Consumption BIDS WANTED Seaedbids for laying ab brick around the county jail will re Â¬ ceived by me at once Stone curbing- and the wrk to be first class in every particular Call on or ad Â¬ dress me at Hardinsburg lor plsns and specifica- Â¬ tions C E llaswell cuuvutu sour liuwola With Cmcureu Candy Cathnrtlc cura constipation foreiei OoESo If C CO fail drugglau refund monov iSSSSSSS J L Millinery Grand IN 1 I Acknowledged by all For Â¬ stages especially In young Deafness Cannot be Cured applications aq they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way tffceure Deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness la caused by an inflamed condi- Â¬ tion ot the mucous lining of the Eusta Â¬ by local We make no exag Â¬ gerated claims but we have positive evidence that the early use of people Blacksmith Shop This Season At BURAS WAGON MAKERS ANEW I Best Fruits Soft Drinks Â¬ 1 chian Tube When this tube gets in Â¬ flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entire Â¬ ly closed Deafness is the result and un- Â¬ less the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal con- Â¬ dition hearing will be destroyed foajtver nino cases oat of ten are caused by ca Â¬ tarrh which fa nothing but an inflamed condltiou of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any ease of Deafness cawed by eatarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J QilKNKY A Co Toledo O MTBoU by Dmlat 7c Ataiflaitf IHt--rrELtvK-t Scotts Emulsion of Cod lhrer oil with Hypo phosphites of Lime and Soda in these cases results in a positive cure to a large num ber In advanced cases how Â¬ ever where a cure Is Impossi ble this well known remedy should be relied upon to pro long life wrprWngly SCOraBOWNS HORSESHOEING Etc I have juufopened a new blacksmith shop at Duras where I am prepared to do all kinds of work In that line I am also authorized to solemnize the rights of matrimony Pattern Hats Childrens Hats Infant Hats Sailors Ribbons land I Bread Exquisite selection ol Flowers Plumes and Straw HI JAMES ATUCKER CALDWELLS O NSJ I CtiirWiKwVfc PEPSlN SDR INDIOCSTION Il Elegant Assortment of Trimmings BH BAKERY eft U III MM Hl nil A ILL sV84 Braid cin WhWtar haslisj at wlik- - mtmiMiiMMMi H 1 Mrs H V Duncan A- p mmmmmtmmmmimm G stfffttttflfrtWll M - 5 Breckekridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 13 1898 raCHSING MADE EtffcSY mm KENTUCKY CROP REPORT n - Condition of Crops and Live Stock April i 1898 For the April Crop Rcpt rt replies wore received from 108 coirespomleuui repre Â¬ senting 105 counties WHEAT The condition of wheat crop averages for nil sections of the Stato 101 being an improvement of 10 points during the month of March Ou April 1 17 the condition was 01 Considering the crop by the threo subdivisions western cen- Â¬ tral south eastern wo And the highest average condition in the central section 103 In the western section the condi- Â¬ tion Is 102 while the few counties re- Â¬ porting from the fotitu eaatern section show an average of US On March 1 the condition by sections was Western 03 central DO no estimate being given for the south eastern Remarks ol correspondents show practically universal satisfaction with the prospect an occasional complaint of too niucti rain being the only exception Â¬ SEARCH REQUIRES NO COOKING MAKES COLLARS AND CUFFS v STIFF AND NICE 0 IiUiHmJiiJyiiiUysiJfcJ OATS Tho estimated acreage of oats compar- Â¬ ed with the acreago of 07 Is 01 per cent of the acreage of that year It is largest In the western section 00 and smallest in the central section 84 In the south- Â¬ eastern section it is 02 per cent of 07 ONP POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL CO OF ANY OTHER STARCH UTACTUREDONfyfi TOT LlUryKJuwAntwnAYtnvurn Thli ilarch ft prepared on selentlflo principles by men who hare had yean of Practical experience In fane lannderlne It restores old pen and summer 4 only to starch It is tho natural whiteness and imparts a beautiful and lasting finish arsenic alum or nny manufactured thai is perfectly harmless containing neitherbaby powdor Injurious to linen and can be used eren for a other substance wUiiiuJinuiit f jjjjpjliimii1iminiiuwili Ifljm 141 IDiMCrD PDfiQ TO UIWWV The Wheelmen nnd the Tiger said tho opium oloso here planter that thoy caught a tiger cred Â¬ ited with having done to death 300 na Â¬ tives Only last week while ont for a Walk I saw n tiger leisurely pass across tho road Aro yon likely to bo nttneked Woll I dont know Yon may nnd rimy not bnt I rather think n bloyolo would frighten n tlgor Of courso wo said it would bo rather nlco to soo n tiger that it would pro vldo an appreciated adventurous fillip But ns n innttor of fact wo regrotted having tnlkod dotormiuodly about the nbsoluto necessity of getting awny with the moonrlso Wo tried to shako our hosts convictions that it was nt night tigers wero on tho prowl But ho would not accommodate us May bo we conjectured the animals ltcop oloso to tho roadway watching for victims So ns our Rovors wont spin Â¬ ning along in tho mellow moonlight eyes wore strained ahead for any prowl Â¬ ing object Onco thoro was a quiok steadying down of pace There was gome- beast running nlong in tho shade It wasnt big enough for a camel it vns too big for a dog so it must bo a tlgor Novcr n word was said Each protended not to notico anything Still Now I thero was an affinity of funk ono of us won dor what bruto that is nt last asked in a pretended dont caro byona Oh nothing particular voice was tho reply All the or something while tho animal was bohavlng in a distinctly mysterious way Wo could It was see its dark form iu tho gloom traveling ahead at a lolsnrely paoe oc- Â¬ Wo casionally rustliug tho brandies settled down to a dead crawl in its wnko Suddenly tho brute strayed upon n patch of moonlight It was a poor lit- Â¬ tle insignificant doukoy Travol It was to tho weak thin depleted condition of tho blood Mako your blood puro by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla and you will bo strong and ready for work will havo good appetite nnd good health Try Hoods Sarsaparilla this spring In the spring I was all worn out and very sick suffering moro than ever from a scrofulous humor which had affected mo ever since I was a child My limbs were a mass ot fiery red rash which itched and burned unendurably In March I began taking Hoods Barsaparllla used six bot That plmplo on your arm thoso eruptions itching nnd burning hives just as surely Indlcnto Impurities in tho blood which should havo prompt and careful attention as do boils carbun- Â¬ cles ulcers salt rheum nnd tho severest Hoods Sarsnpa forms of scrofula rlllla cures all humors of tho blood of every f 011a and degree That Tired Fooling 80 common in llio spring is nlso duo Spring Humors Tired AH tles and since then I have been ablo to do after the first bottlo I felt very mach im my work including my washing ana iron Â¬ proved 1 took in all four bottten and Mas IDA M was much pleased with the benefit ing and my bouse cleaning derived Hoods Barsaparllla is a house- Â¬ Potter Connoaut Ohio hold word with us and we have great Elizabeth faith In this medicine Scott 134 Warren Street Columbus Ohio The Time Languor Lassitude Nervousness forgetfulness and frequent headaches troubled me I hardly had H Is Americas Greatest Medicine bocauso It cures when all others fall s Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists 1 energy enough to get through tho day I and began taking Hoods Barsaparllla I was fooling very mlserablo was tired all tho timo and had no appetite I felt I had no strength Boro all over my body in my limbs I was obliged to quit work I suffered severe pains In my back and limbs could not eat or sleep and was los Â¬ ing flesh I was also troubled with a I read articles about spinal affection Hoods Barsaparllla and began taking it When I had finished one bottle I felt a great deal better I gained in health and strength and am now as well and strong and fleshy as I ever was in my life I know Hoods Barsaparllla purified my blood and gave back my health and strength JM Oarb Columbia Tenn Remember theres no substitute for Hoods six for 5 acreage Much of tho crop was sown quite early and this is growing nicely Rain has of late greatly interfered with tho work of sawing and the crop will on this account be divided into two clearly defined parts the very early and the very late TOflACCO kidney diseases diseases For sale by all wholesale and retail grocers Tuesday Foleys Kidney Cure a guaranteed remedy or money refunded A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephensport J Gordon Haynes Pates vllle E A Witt Hardlnsbnrg war ueciareu CUBA SPAIN Has done her level best to crush W1 VVl the insurrection in Every indication points to a largely in- Â¬ creased acreage of tobacco both in hurley and dark districts Plant beds show an MOLECULES OF NEWS ATOMS excellent condition especially in the western section dark tobacco thero the couditiou as compared with normal is 100 In the central section burley the condition is 103 and the south- Â¬ eastern section principally burley the condition is 101 81IKKP AND SlIUNO LAMl OF INFORMATION ABOUT PERSONS AND THINGS Current Events of the Wert Systematic ally Collected Fruuo Day to Day In the Briefest Form nnd lteserred For This Coluuisu Moaday i The revival ol the industry of sheep raising does not so far appear to he manifesting itself in an increased pro- Â¬ duction of spring lambs the number as compared with 07 being but 02 percent of the production of Hint year The central section leads with a production ot 05 per cent as comparid with 07 In the western section the number is 02 per cent while in the south eastern section the uumter is lu 88 per cent The teiceiiagti of loss by docs during the past ear is J per cent for the Stato The western section Buffered the great est loss 7 per cent Tho central section lost 5 per cent and the south eastern t p r cnt Â¬ PASTURES Pastures are iu a very advanced stage for the suusoi hinl continuance of pre Â¬ sent conditions will enable farmers to put stock to graze three weeks lu advance of theavtrjgj date April 1 fiuds the fruit prospects un- Â¬ usually bright Apples peaches pears cherries grapes and strawberries all promise full crops at present but danger lies thick in the path on account of the unusual advancement of the buds In the western faction the condition of tho various fruiU are Apples 08 peaches 00 pears 101 cherries 00 grapes 08 and strawberries 03 In the central section the conditions are Apples 00 peaches 101 pears 100 cherries 09 grapes 0U and strawberries 05 In the south eastern section the conditions are Apples 100 peaches 102 pears 100 cherries 00 grapes 03 and strawberries 00 Lucas mooiie Commissioner of Agriculture KROIT IltOSIECTS l James Davis of Colly Ky a moon hiner and outlaw suicided by shoot Â¬ ing Mrs Rebecca Van Zandt died at her home in Seneca Falls N Y aged IOC years Henry Foster while under the Influ- Â¬ ence of morphlno was burled alive at Welch W Va An express train crashed Into a freight at Lima O killing one man and injuring others At Canal Dover 0 Mrs Sarah Bend- Â¬ er fed a tramp and at night he came back and robbed her house Mrs Margaret Conover aged and de- Â¬ crepit fell Into a fireplace and was burned to death In Shephardsvllle Ky Rev W C Taylor of the Centenary Methodist church of Shelbyvllle Ky has resigned because hie congregation Insist on dancing Saturday Oerraany will send a cruiser to Ha Tana Brlstow Graham was hanged In Sa- Â¬ vannah C II Raymond was hanged in Fol som Cal Tho harbor to be mined at Fort Coswoll N C Is General William P Hardin is dead In Austin Tex China will allow steam vessels to ply on her lakes and rivers Spain has purchased the unfinished Qulseppe Garabaldl from Italy Dr A J Smith of Wabash Ind was thrown from his buggy and probably fatally Injured Thomas H Burnbam 89 who made a fortune In the grain business in Cleveland O Is dead in Saratoga Trlday Earthquake at Mare Island did over 1300000 damages One thousand cars have been ordered from a Pittsburg firm Big guns on the cruiser Brooklyn fired to test the apparatus Three hundred men employed at lue arsenal at Springfield Mass were dis- Â¬ charged Miners officials in the Masslllon O district have been condemned by the miners for ordering a strike Thursday Fruit around Bristol Tenn was killed by the cold weather Tho Red Key caboose nt Red Key Ind was burned to the ground Patrolman Thomas J Haley while on duty at Lexington Ky dropped dead John Wright committed suicide at Forest Ky by hanging himself in bis stable H R Twltty is under arrest at Sa Â¬ vannah for embezzling his employer out of 390000 Clarence Bate chairman ot the Pop- Â¬ ulist central committee of Kentucky died at Louisville Jacob Carver and Mrs Aqullla S Ferber both 7C years old were mar Â¬ ried at Akron O Joseph Schrunpf who was indicted for postal violations at Wheeling Is thought to be insane Burglars blew off the combination lock of the safe in the postoffice at Dalllson W Va and stole 75 r impossible for tho system to withstnud tho domiuida mado upon it just at this season with- Â¬ out tho assistunco of a good puri- Â¬ fying and strengthening tonic Tho changes which Naturo decrees shall tako placo each spring aro so sovero that a breakdown is almost suro to come It is wiso that all possiblo assistance bo given during this period as upon this purifying process doponds tho health for tho ontiro Bummor Everybody just now should tako a thorough courso of Swifts Spociflo It is fleSj builds up and strongthons Insist 011 8 S S for there is noth ing half as good which thoroughly cleanses tho blood of all tho accumulated im- Â¬ purities tones up aud strongthons tho entiro system and aids Naturo in renovating and renowing tho body so as to rondor it hoalthy and Btrong Thoso who purify their blood with S S S at this season aro well fortified agaiust tho many forms of diseaso bo prevalont dur- Â¬ ing tho dreaded heated term for it lias been demonstrated that tho eystom that is thoroughly purified in tho Bpring is well propared to resist diseaso all summor No other remedy on tho markot Wednesday is equal to Swifts Spociflo as a Maine wreck spring medicino bocauso it is tho been abandoned In Havana harbor has only purely vegotablo blood rom Postmaster edy and is guaranteed absolutely ly at Qulncy Brokerman died sudden O freo from potash morcury and all At Chicago John D Host a clerk othor minerals It cloanses pUri was arrested for stealing letters Â¬ SSSrBlood Â¬ The operators In the Wheeling dis- Â¬ trict have refused to confer with the coal miners At Springfield O John M Oood re- Â¬ cently ousted aa mayor for violating the Oarfleld act was re elected Seventy five Butler county O heirs of Robert Morris expect to receive many millions ot dollars loaned the Continental congress 120 years ago Captain George H Holllday who served In the civil war and Is the au Â¬ thor of On the Plains la 61 to will recruit a reglajwt a Irostos O Five thousand carpenters nt Chicago struck Where Ho You Carrr Tour Money Eleven survivors of tho British bark Tho two wives wero discussing tho Bothla havo arrived in New York pecunlnry peculiarities of their rospoo Tho Spanish torpedo boat destroyer tlvo husbands and they ooinolded with Osado has sailed from Queenstown for great unanimity until they rcaohed tho Fcrrol Spain point of thoir own rolation to the purse Employes of the Pomonah cotton strings My husband nover gives mo a penny mills at Norwich Conn to the number unless ho growls about my extrava Â¬ of 2000 struck James Wilson a circus man of gance said ono Mine does the same thing attested Brownsville Ind was shot by his tho other wife whom he was abusing And her oven with him Thousands of Spaniards are enlist- Â¬ face- But I get showed tho color of satisfaction spite of a brave ing at Havana In How do you over do it showing many depositors have with Â¬ I go through his trousers pookets drawn from the Bank of Spain when hes asleep Senor Quesada the representative ot oxolalmod the Goodness gracious tho Cuban Junta In Washington says other I wouldnt do thut for any the Cubans will not agree to an armls thing tlco until Independence is granted Why not navent wo a right to the mouoy as woll na they have AmHricans are the most mvontlvt peo Yos but I wouldnt go through my issued on earth To them luivo husbands trousers pockets for it nearly 000000 patent or moro than one Id liko to know why snld the third of all tho palienlH ipstiOl in the first quite indignant at tho apparent No discovt ry of nicdfrn years roproof world blushed tho other ho Becauso has been of greater bent lit to mankind Â¬ than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and carries his money in his waistcoat pockPearsons Wookly Remedy or lias done more to et Diarrhoea JW relieve pain aud Buffering Two vpars ago R J Warren a dniR I have Vaughn of Oakton Ky imjh used Cltainberluius Colic Cholera and ist at Pleasant Brook N Y bought a Diarrhoea remedy in my family for sev Â¬ small supply of Chamberlains Cough Â¬ eral years and find it to bo the best Rmcdy He sums up the result as fol At that time the goods were un- Â¬ for crumps in the lows medicine I eve r used stomach aud bowel FrsiilebyA It known In this section to day Chamber Â¬ and It A Sliellinan lains Cough Remedy Is a household Fisher Cloverport word It is the same in hundreds of Stephen8port Where ever tho good communities r lrudence qualities of Chamberlains Cough Reme Â¬ Fresh lroof Paris April 11 The Tomps says dy beconin knowu the people will havo Spain has given fresh proofs of her nothing else For sale by A R Fisher and prudence and wise patriotism loveipirt and R A Shellman Steph henceforth diplomacy must guard her nsport Tho United honor and intrests States will shock the consclenco of the Heads Toward Um San world If It falls to respond to Spains Mrs Alea Twucdie in a recent nar advances rative of hor oxperlences in Finland tells how sho and hor sister tried to en Pannum Cunul CnmmUlnn capo from the glaro of tho six months 11 After nearly a Panama April by having thoir beds made months work Inspecting the Panama clay pillows nt tho foot instead up with of tho commission tho canal tho international might faoe fower win Â¬ have sailed for Europe via New York head that thoy not as a high on the steamship Alliance On the re Â¬ dows aud the oyos headboard Aftor several days Boreen to thoir port of this communication depends tho girl who mado tho beds overcame largely tho future of tho Panama canal her shyness sufficiently to inquire tim- Â¬ project idly of thoir hostoss Is it u part of the English ladles Earthquake SIkpc1h Prague Bohemia April 11 There rollgiou to sleep tho wrong way round have been severe earthquake shocks In Jains and Animals the vicinity of Llbochwltz 10 miles Tho Jains have a large hospital for southwest of Laltmerltz At the vil- Â¬ lage of Klaffnl seven collapsed and 38 siok nnd aged animals at Bombay Just families were rendered homeless The inside tho gato aro many sheds devoted to cows and oxen In the next court are subterranean disturbances continue disabled horses while in others are The Hanking- Kill dogs cats moukeys sheep goats birds Washington April 11 The final vote fowls and reptiles The Jains even upon the banking bill Is likely to take moro than Brahmans are transmigra place in tho house committee an bank- Â¬ tiouists Thoro was no hospital for ing nnd currency on Monday The women iu India till tho Womens For Â¬ subcommittee have perfected their bill eign Missionary booiety established one and are hopeful of Its Indorsement by iu Baroilly a majority of the full committee NOT ALWAYS UNDERSTOOD Inrtlner Hound T Columbus O April 11 Oscar Gard- Â¬ ner was bound over on the charges of A fact often overlooked or not often 400 prizefighting manslaughter understood Is that women suffer as much each from distressing kidney and bladder Thousands of suftVrprs from grlppp trouble as men The womb Is situated have been restored to lniiltli by Out1 back of and very close to the bladder Minuto CoubIi Cum It quickly cures and for that reason any distress disease Â¬ coughs cold bronchitis pneumonia or inconvenience manifested In the kid grippe asthma and all throat and luiK neys back bladder or urinary parsago Is often by mistake attributed to female diseases Short Ilayiifs woAkness or ft omb trouble of some soit The error is easily made and may be The Drawback Mile Victorlno confides to tho jani as cabiy avoided by setting urluo aside tors wlfo that hor mlntrcss who is old for tweutj four hours a sediment or and fceblo has promised to remember settling is evidence that jour kidney and her iu her will if sho takes good euro of bladder need doctoring If you have hor till she dlos Tho janitors wlfo paiu or dull nchlng in the back pass shrugii her sbouldors water too frequently or scanty supply Tho worst of that is my dear that with smarting or burning these are al Â¬ tho bettor you tako caro of hor tho lon- so convincing proofs ot kidney trouble ger youll hnve to wait for your legaoy If you have doctored without benefit try Paris Figaro Dr Kilmers Hwamp Root the great kid Â¬ Victims of Illusion ney remedy Tho mild and extraordin Â¬ Did you read about tho woman who ary effect will surprise you It stands married ono man thinking ho was an tho highest for its wonderful cures If othor you tako a medicine you should take Dont get worked up over that Lots At drugitlats fifty cents and of women do tho namo thlug ovory day the best one dollar You may have a sample bot iu tho week Chicago Record tle and pamphlet both sent free by mall The Gorerument Suspicious upon receipt of three two cent stamps to Madrid April 11 El Hcraldo de cover cost of postage on the bottle Madrid sayi Though tho greatest or- Â¬ Meutlon tho BnECKKNKirxiie Nkws and der Is maintained In the crowded Co streets yet tho government Is suspi- Â¬ send your address to Dr Kilmer paper NY The proprietors ol this Â¬ cious notwithstanding the precautionguarantee the genuiaeseM of this offer ary orders given But the niighty spirit of There is going to be a war right in this town and we will be in the thickest of the fight from the jump We are lined up strong on everything and will always have a complete stock of HAMILTON BROWN OOS FAR FAMED BOOTS and SHOES which we buy for cash If you want to get the benefits of this fight call on LIBERTY is bound to prevail GEO YEAKEL BRANDENBURG MARKET KEPORTS Grain and Stock Quotations For April O Now York U COSill 76 extra mess Beef Famllr 8 0030 75 packed 0 0OQ10 SO Cut meats pickled shoul Pickled bellies ByJCMe pickled liams 7Q8c Lard ders Pork Old mess Western steam S 4T KENTUCKY Co Vrt EGGS FOR SALE Martindale Poultry Yaids I have lj yards of the following breeds Buff Cochins B P itocki I C I Uamei Light Brahmas Blk Langthans Blk Mlnorcas S S llamburas S C B Leghorns Eggs from any oftheaboefor Jl50 for iS Imperial 1ekin dock eggs same Imp Bronze Turkey eggs S 100 per doien Eggi shipped an J whei e safe Â¬ ly and none but real fresh eggs shipped All orders filled as soon as received My stock Is ss good as money can buy Address MBS M E MABTIN Box 38 Greenville Ky iyci 76 bn to cream Western dairy 12g20c err lQ20c do factory ll215c Cheese small DQ04c part -- State large Eggs full skims 2Q3c skims western rftate and lensylranla llQUc fresh lie Corn 35c Oats 30c Wheat 1 09J4 Bye MJic Butter GOftO 43o 8H8c CattU Cholo X5 105 16 good S SO 4 C0i 73 fair S4 SO 4 00 tidy butchers 4 60 bulls stags and cows S2 003 l 10 fresh cons X2060 4 204 35 mediums Hogs Yorkers 4 254 30 fair U 00 grousers 13 1CK3 rough S3 0X3 4 054 10 3 16 heavy 3 GO pigs S3 80S3 CO 4 8335 00 good S4 703 Sheep Choice S3 760 4 80 fair 4 4034 CO common 4 20 lambs 15 0535 80 Chicago 3 0030 40 cows and Cattle BeeTes heifers S2 104 45 Texas steers S3 DO S3 00 35 40 stockers and 4 60 western feeders 4 20 4 CO Uogs Light S3 863 05 mediums S3 70 4 0034 10 rough S3 763 3 97 heavy Sheep and Lambs Choice sheep S3 753 S3 233 4 204 40 common 4 76 fair 3 00 choice lambs SI rV3 4 10 exports 6 00 Oats 2514a Corn 28c Whunt Sl 06 Bjre 3 80 Pittsburg USE INDEX READY MIXED Incorporated LOUISVILLE KY HOUSE RANTS CENTRAL PAINT AND RAILWAY SUPPLY CO Co 60c For snle by PAYNE Agents Cloverport Ky Th Lytton Motto llllffuln 4 12Q4 60 shipping Cattle Butchers S4 4024 03 best steers S3 305 33 good cows and heifers S3 60Q3 83 stockers and feeders S3 6024 40 Hogs Yorkers S4 0534 10 roughs com mon to good S3 603 70 mediums and heailes S4 17 pigs S3 0024 02 Sheep and Lambs Shsep extra S4 803 common 4 05 good prime S5 0O3 15 5 DOflO 00 S2 6O133 00 choloa lambs UlaTelsna Hogs Yorkers and light 4 00 mediums and hcaTles S4 05 stags and rough J2 73 33 40 3 0034 60 Sheep and Lambs Sheep lambs 4 2535 60 S3 0034 00 heifers S3 00 CattleSteers ft8 DO cows and bulls SI 0033 65 Cincinnati No 2 Wheat No 2 red 04c Corn mixed 31Hc Oats No 2 mixed 28c Re --62c Lard 13 05 Bulk meats S5 30 Bacon Â¬ It is a great leap from the old fashirnfd doses of blue mess and nnuscous physics to tho pleasant little pills known as Dd Witts Little Early Risers They cure constipation sick headache and bilious Â¬ ness Short Haynes lie Couldnt Flow A certain Incident counectod with the groat Napoleon while ho was in oxllo in Elba 1b commemorotod in tho island to this boor by an insoription affixed to tho wall of a peasants house A man named Giaooul was plowing when the famons oxilo oamo along ono day and expressed an interest in his work Napoleon even took tho plow Â¬ share out of the mans hand and at- Â¬ tempted to guide it hiiusolf Bnt tho oxen refused to oboy him overtnrnod tho plow and spoiled tho furrow The insoription runs thus Napoloon tho Great passing by this placo in MDCCOXIV took in tho neigh Â¬ boring flold a plowshare from tho bands of a peasant and himself triod to plow but tho oxen rebellions to thoso hands which yet bad gnided Enrope head Â¬ Youths long fled from tho furrow Companion Children like it it saves their lives we mean Ono Minute Cough Cure the infallible remedy for coughs colds croup Tho family motto of the Bulwer Lyt Â¬ ton house is singularly iuappropriato for people whose fame has been wou with pen instead of with sword It is This is tho work of valor THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Lung Troubles and Consume en Can be Cured An tmlnent New York Chemist and Scien- Â¬ SO 00 Hogs S3 2533 05 Bheep S3 0033 05 Cattle 30Wc S2 03 S2 7JJ4 75 Toledo Wbeat Bye 51c 080 Corn Oata 27a Cloverseed aI fancy creamery 21J22a nggs Butter fresh 10c Mrs A Inveen residing at 720 Henry St Alton III suffered with sciatic rheu Â¬ matism for over eight months Slio doctored for It nearly the whole or this time using various remedies recommend ed by friendo and was treated by physi Â¬ llaltlmore Â¬ cians but received no relief She then grippe and all throat and used one and a half bottles of Ohnmber bronchitis lung troubles Short Haynes Â¬ lains Fain Balm which effected a complete cure This is published at her re- Â¬ Wanted Boys and QlrJi quest as she wants others similarly af We will tend any repu able boy or elrl a I3oo flicted to know what cured her The 25 llower Sscdt sny Kind rt of our V cgetable and 50 cent sizes for ealo by A It Fish- Â¬ wanted and will giveasd nice Nickel bum Wind a Set Watch when the seed are er Olovorport and R A Shellman andadvsnee limply wrl ens jou sold No monty accept this oiler In and we will forward the rd charges pld Wa 8tephenflport 11 I Pol ley postmaster at Mayking east of here near tho Virginia border was ar Â¬ rested charged with obtaining goods under false pretenses from R N Creech a merchant rtlnnrr In Timibl Sergent Ky April James Â¬ nnly ak llwt lettleme t bs mado in thirty days Seeds are neeced by svery one sod you can ram a witch t atlly Nona are hstter than Kliga North cm Grown We havs Worlds Hair Medal and Diploma and make big otters to get you to help us We Hive Suits of Clntnss Introduce put brands Bicycles Bugglci Cunt andmsny other valuahlo pottal to day and commencs articles Write us a KINO CO a nice little butlnsts Grand irrmlum Litt std tettlmonlslt tent with the seed TJKlCIIMOND VA Blooilhonnds Vailed All la stelas Ud to It Llttla Chicago Girl See how yos like our water Heres a drink Little St Loula Coualu tasting it Its pretty good but it hasnt quite m Â¬ Brownstown Ind April 11 Louis Oeyers saw and planing milt at Vallo nlap three mile south of here burned Incendiarism was suspected down Bloodhounds did not take a trail Thirty fire years make a gauratlon ThattafwwlongAdolphFWier of Ztr Mville O suffered from piles He was eured by luJBg thre boxa of DeWIUs 8hort A HapM TVitoh IIm1 Salv much body as ours Cleveland Loader I like oars bet tist Makes a Free Offor to Our Readers The distinguished New York chemist T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ ery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis and all bronchial throat lung and chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal affections general decline and weakness lossof flesh and all conditions of wastÂ¬ ing away will send THREE FREE BOT- Â¬ TLES all different of his New Discov- Â¬ eries to any ftfllicted reader of the Bbsck knridqe News writing for them His New Scientific Treatment baa cured thousands permanently by ita timely use and ho considers it a simplo professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial ot his infalllblecure Science daily develops new winders and this great chemist patiently experi Â¬ menting for years has produced rVsuIta as beneficial to humanity as can bo claimed by any modern genius His as Â¬ sertion that lung troubles and consutnp- tlon are curable inany climato is proven by heartfelt letters of gratitude filed in his American and European laborator lea in thousands from those cured in all parts of tho world Medical experts concede that bron Â¬ chial chest aud luug troubles lead r Consumption which uninterrupted means speedy and certain death Simply write to T A Slocura M 0 PS Pine street New York giving post office aad express address and the free medicine will be promptly sent Suffer Â¬ ers should take instant advaatage ol hla generous preposition Please tell the Doctor that yo saw his eei in the Bbjckwjbibgk Nawe 4 To Car Constitution ForoTsv Tako Concur eU Candy Cathartic Ms orXo If C C G fait 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