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KENRIOTK ALL THR A -- MMMaai in im j mmmmtm news NO 40 Reyal snakes the food pare wholeiotae and dellcloas NELWS - THATS RIT TO PRINT APKTL 20 1898 paa Baaassasa ananas eaaatssnasBB ka aaaa VOL XXII PLOERPORT local papers havo been protesting against having colored troops sent hero and there had been a slight fear of an 80 far unfavorable dnwjBtntflon from anything ofThe ktnd happening the colored troops wero greeted with only words of praise KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY asBBasntsBaaas aaa mmmmmmmmmma0Bmmmmmmmmmmamamimm CUBAN INDE- Â¬ PENDENCE The Senate Resolutions Fully OF SH00T- INQ STOCK George Baker Uncle in It Tha St Panl on Band Philadelphia April 18 Tho Ameri- Â¬ Recognize it can line steamer St Paul passed In tha Delaware capes at 530 p m When the reaches CrampB shipyard thetwork VOTE WAS OVERWHELMING ef transforming her Into an auxiliary cruiser will begin It Is estimated that this work will require about 15 days What the Houe Wilt do la Some and will amount to an almost entire what Doubtful reconstruction of her Interior Her armament will consist of two 6 lnch and 10 6 lnch rapld flre guns for the INCURRENCE BE DIFEICULT MAY main batter and 12 3 pwridersior thp secondary battery Speaker Reed Takes an Votive Part Gone IntoCauimUslon Philadelphia April 18 The old mon- Â¬ Agalast It but Pmlblllty itors Montauk and Lehigh which havo of Delay been assigned respectively to Portland tie andposton hsjvo gon Into com- Â¬ May Prompt Members to Indorse the mission The Catsklll which wniint commission Saturday will salt for Bos Â¬ Senates Aotlon ton on Tuesday Tho repairs to the apparatus hoisting MlantonomoHs The House at at 30 oclock thU Tuesday have been completed and sho is expecU Tho gunboat morning adopted the tenate resolution alter ed to sail this week Vixen formerly tho yacht Josephine compromising on the first section It read t will be placed In dry dock to have her I That the people of Cuba are and ol a right bottom attended to oughti to be free and Independent The latt paragraph recognizing the preent Cuban government was stricken out The balance of the concurrent resolution are as published below Hashing- the rowder Penns Grove N J April 18 Every available man experienced In tho man- Â¬ ufacture of powder la being given em- Â¬ ployment at the Duppnt powder mills to rush the heavy government orders for munitions of war The companys payroll aggregates 86000 per month whch Is heavier than at any time in tho history o the country Itls understood that the company havo contract ed to furnish the government with 1 600000 worth of powder Dona to Leave America Washington April 18 Tho Spanish minister Senor Polo closed a charter for an American steamer of the Plant line which will carry practically the entire Spanish colony ot Tampa Fla to Havana In making the charter the minister gave assurances that in case of hostilities the steamer would bo cleared from Havana given ample pro- Â¬ tection and allowed to return to an American port The Spanish party wll number 408 Will Launch a Battleship Philadelphia April 18 May 18 Jiaa heen fixed as tho date for the launch- Â¬ ing of tho battleship Alabama in course of construction at Cramps shipyard The Alabama will be tho first in the water of the three big battleships con- Â¬ tracted for in October 1896 The other two the Wisconsin and Illinois aro being built respectively at San Fran Â¬ cisco and Newport JJews AH three arp identically wike May Furouu tun Lampasas Iey West April 18 The Mailqry line steamer Lampasas which arrived hero Thursday with coal for the fleet has received Instructions from the main office to remain at Key West un- Â¬ til further orders as the government Is But negotiating for her purchase whether purchased orhot todvlliib used by the government toitransport troops to Cuba should the necessity arise RooseTnlt a Ileal rat riot Washington April 18 Hon Theo-Â¬ dore Roosevelt probably will resign his office as assistant secretary of the navy In case ot hlstllltles with Spain to ac- Â¬ cept a commission for active service in jthe army He has never doubted that tho Spaniards were responsible for the wreck of the Maine and believes that that act fully Justifies an immediate declaration of war Â¬ Murders Cold His Blood Victim Mad no Warning And Drop ped Dead In Ilia Tracks Before Mo Mad POWDER Absolutely Pure AN Time to Realize What Had Happened OVER ESTATE oyl TROUBLE SAwwa rowpta eo mw youk Waahlngton April 18 At 014 Sat- Â¬ urday night niter 37 speeches had boon mnde the senate by a vote of 67 to 2l adopted resolutions for Intervention and tho recognition of tho Cuban re-Â¬ public They aro as follows Resolved by the sonato and house of Representatives of tho United States of America In congress assembled 1 That tho people of the Island of Cuba are and of right ought to bo free and Independent and that the govern- Â¬ ment of tho United States hereby rec Â¬ ognizes the republic of Cuba as the true and lawful government of that Island 2That It la tho duty of the United States to demand and the government of the United States does hereby de- Â¬ mand that tho government of Spain at once relinquish Us authority and gov- Â¬ ernment In the Island of Cuba and withdraw its land and naval forces from Cuba and Cuban waters 3 That tho president of the United States be and hereby is directed and empowered to uso the ontlre land and naval forces of the United States and to call into service of the United States mllltla of tho several states to such ex Â¬ tent as may be necessary to carry these resolutions Into effect 4 That tho United States hereby dis- Â¬ claim any disposition or Intention to exercise sovereignty Jurisdiction or control over said island except for the pacification thereof and asserts Us de- Â¬ termination when that is accomplished to leave the government and control of the Island to Us people The difficult task of adjusting the differences between tho two houses of congress on tho Cuban resolutions has begun The rock upon which tho two houses split is tho recognition of tho independenco of the existing republic which was incorporated in the senate resolutions Were that clause of the senate reso- Â¬ lutions eliminated nothing could have prevented Immediate concurrence by the house as tho great majority of the Republicans of tho lower branch of congress are eager for a conclusion But the action of the senate declar Â¬ ing for the recognition of Cubas in Â¬ dependence against the direct and spe oiflo recommendation of the president has given the conservatives a rallyingÂ¬ cry from the standpoint of party loy- alty resolutions a direct assault upon the president which no loyal Republican could indorse Upon this theory Speaker Reed and bis lieutenants proceeded in their cam- Â¬ paign agalnBt concurrence In the sen Â¬ ate resolutions Sunday night ho was confident the Republicans of tho houso could be mar Â¬ shaled against yielding to tho senate on the main issue Tho chief complaint of those who want to concur Is that meana delay complications pos Â¬ sibly a reopening of diplomatic nego Â¬ tiations and further negotiations by Spain which will embarrass the United States when tho tlmo for action ar Â¬ rives If the resolutions should result In war tho revenue measure agreed upon by tho Republicans of the ways and means committee will be presented at once JPie army reorganization bill as modified will also be passed as soon as opportunity offers The opposition to y modified measure from the Natlon Tfaerjuard haa been withdrawn One of tho most prominent Repub Â¬ lican leaders on the floor of tho house denominated that portion of the senate Look Ont For War Cralt London April 18 Cable dispatches were received directing all American diplomatic and consular officials to watch for moVementa of Spanish war craft in British waters and to report any such movement to Washington Im- Â¬ mediately It la supposed that the oh er embassies and consulates have been similarly Instructed Liable to Selsoro Washington April 18 The action of Great Britain in declaring coal to be contraband ot war as reported from Jamaica Is said to have a significance different from that attached to It in the dispatches The coal taken to pro Â¬ pel a vessel to tho nearest port Is lia- Â¬ ble to seizure on the high seas under any flag Fort Sherman Ida April 18 Two companies of the Sixteenth Infantry at Fort Spokane are to Join tha five com Â¬ panies from Fort Sherman at the city of Spokane not later than Tuesday and it Is the opinion of Colonol Theak er that his command will leave her Tuesday morning Will LeaYe Tuesday Morning f Relief For Keconcentrado Washington April 18 The Central Cuban relief committee of New York will load an American steamship with supplies for the relief of the reconcen trados In Cuba Immediately and dis Â¬ patch her to Key West for orders She will be followed as soon as possible by a second ship Doth will sail under the Red Cross flag and be In charge of Red Cross agents It is hoped that the way will be clear fpr the vessels to proceed to the Cuban porta land and distribute the supplies but naval and military scort will be provided In accordance With the Qava treaty Colored Troop Hralil Key West April 18 The arrival ot eoainaale A and G of the Twenty Ita Infantry arouaed Key Wset from traateai lethargy and Sunday was marked by a stir unwonted bars eve U Wis jn that e atUac Unun Fort Monroe Va April 18 Tha Wampatuck Lieutenant Carl Jungen who was on the Maine In command and the Uncas Lieutenant F R Brain ard just detached from the Brooklyn passed up to Norfolk and the torpedo boat Rodgcra wrnt nut for a trial Tho steamer Bhawmut which has been dis- Â¬ charging coal here has been ordered to the Boston navy yard to be convert Â¬ ed into an auxiliary cruiser The steel tug Plymouth of the Reading line has been taken by tap government a 18 1awd Up to Norfolk Here Aiv Portsmouth N H More lu April Will Gomes Hloek the Same Washington April JS No official InÂ¬ formation haa been received here aa to the reported necetlatloas with General Gome toward hi surrender although there ts no disposition to discredit the report 0sWC3KX- - Mount Vernon Ind April 18 At Walnut Bottoms Ky opposite this city George Baker 22 shot and killed his uncle Dave Hanshoe 50 The trouble which led to the killing originated over the settelenunt cf the estate of James Baker the murderers father who died recently Hanshoe was on his way to Mount Vernon and had passed Bakera store The Unitd States Government is now rt fitting rnd mnnddeling a vessell at St Louis that will bo used as a re- Â¬ When 60 yards past the store Baker ceiving ship and practice cruiser of tint typo of the Hsnrroft It will bo of light draught for use on the Mississippi and who had followed htm opened fire on Ohio rivers and will be permanently stationed at Kvansville Tim hont in Intended as a training ship for the naval ma him with a 38 caltber revolver shoot- Â¬ litla and will he armed with 10 six Inch iins b shies a full complement of rapid lire machine guns It will be a com- Â¬ ing him four times Hanshoe died in plete model of a battleship for use on inland waters his tracks Baker Is a natural born shooter com- Â¬ ing from shooting stock Ono month Q00D ROADS mlsrulo in tho Philippine Islands Isqulte ago he shot at John Oeth 16 times with as notorious as in Cuba Tho Philippine revolt has brokon out again and It a Winchester rifle Oeth hid behind a begins to look as If Spains days m a coloAn Authority Tells How to Make and Care tree and the bullets literally cut the nial power woro nearly ovor One by ono tree In two For Them sho haa lost nil her colonies In Amorlca Jim Baker father of the murderer Is whoro a century ago sho possessed a vast said to have left Now York during tho empire excepting Cuba and Puorto Rico 80ME TIMELY SUGGESTIONS Cuba is now lost and It con bb only a war for shooting a superior army off- Â¬ question ot months porhnps of woeks icer who had Issued a command to him United States Will Not Allow whou tho Spanish flag will cense to fly Now that the road problem Is excltl He spent his life at Walnut Bottoms Whothor or not Spain the attention of all wise and prortcslvu over that Island and was a strange and mysterious char- Â¬ Privateering Is to lose Puerto It loo along with Cuba re mains to bo determined but hore In Wash- citizens the News submits a timely com- Â¬ acter who would shoot at the drop of ington tho fooling la vory strong that the munication on the subject from the tho hat CONSIDERED POLICY NOT 600D tall should go with the hide nnd Spain trenchant pen of Col M H Crump of be driven out of tho western hemisphere Miss Jones Hltilng Bowling Green Ky Spains Colonial Policy Bowline Green Ky April 18 Miss s After your John D Baddaue United States Will Not Wage a War The troublo with Spain as a colonial Agnes Jones daughter of Dr H O power is constitutional It is found in tax levy the most important matter is a of Destruction and Conquest haa been missing slnco Wednes- Â¬ Spanish character Tho Spaniards look competent man who shall havo charge Jones upon ovory colony as a pasturo ground ns of all the roads In the county to a super- Â¬ day night Her father remembers hav- Â¬ Against Spain a berry patch kept for tbem to plok In visory extent at least It h very impor- Â¬ ing heard a buggy drawn up to the They havo nono ot the Anglo Saxon Idea houso after his daughter had seemingly Independenco of Cuba all That Is ot creating nations out of their colonies tant that your work bedouo with system retired for the night but thought noth- Â¬ of attaching tho pooplo to tho fathorland and to have that there must be central ing of it When her room waa entered by ties of patriotism and brotherly love of bead lie should be the bo best practi- Â¬ the next morning It was empty and the Desired Consequences of building up n colony and making it rloh iuT your county with much bed had not been occupied Miss Jones Misrule and prosperous Tbey rule only to onrleh cal man thoinsolvoa This haa been tho history of practical sense considerable executive Is an unusually bright young woman Spain in ovory colony aho cvor had in any ability if potfiible some knowledge of about 20 years old She is a niece of Special Tho part of tho world Washinoto April 20 surveying and particularly levellug the late Chief Justice Hlnes of this Spain loses her colonies bocnuso sho is But United States government has definitely ho should know how to work men state and closely related to the promi- Â¬ nent Hlnes family of thla city and decided that It will not grant lottora of not lit to rulo tbem Today In tho Philip policy and the amount and value of a days pines sho pursues tho saino fatal Years ago privacounty mnrque to prlvatoers two centuries In work that sho has followed for Procure a map of the county and teering was a conspicuous part of Ameri Cuba Instead of promoting tho welfuYe Â¬ Injured In a Runaway can naval activity upon tho high seas and ot tho natives of tho Philippines Spain lay out on it the principal roads especiMarlon Ind April 16 While a par- Â¬ many of tho moat horolo feats known to taxes them nigh unto death Just ns sho ally those most travelled locate the worst places on such roads organize ty of wealthy ladies were out driving our maritlmo history were performed by has taxed tbo pcoploot Cuba In tho Philip pines precisely as In Cuba tho Spanish prlvatoers No doubt exUts of the legality several quads of workmen undor compe- Â¬ the Bbaft fastening on the carriage and legitimacy of privateering Aa I stat- Â¬ governors rob tho pooplo and enrich thorn tent foremen and secure such tools as broke and tho horse ran away The Tho customs and all other civil ed In a former dlipatch to your paper the selves ladies In the carriage were Mrs W P Institutions nro corrupt and rotton Spain aro necessary and permanently Improve Smith Mrs William Hogan Mrs United Statos declined to join the convenBruÂ¬ docs not know bow to sot up schools to by macadamizing tho worst holes on the tion of Paris which put a atop to prlvn build roads to aid tho pooplo of a colony most Important roads first But be sure tus McClure Mrs A D Irvln and a toerlng by the nations which signed It little daughter ot Mrs W H Smith Spain also doellnod to sign and thereforo in dovoloplng theinsolvoH and theresourooa no moral restraint rests upon this country of their country Sho is a slave driver a whatever is done let it be done perma Mrs McClure Mrs Hogan and the to abataln from Issuing letters of nmrqne trader not a clvlllzor nnd theso radical ently After the main lines have been child were thrown out Mrs Hogan defects in bor national churaoter show made passable commence on tho cross received a serious scalp wound and and reprisal But In tho opinion of the president It why alio Is unnblo to rotnin oolonios in roads and stop the impassable places in Mrs McClure received what were at would not bo good policy to do so at this this oraof humanonnd onllgbtoned gov first thought to be fatal injuries the same way WALTKIl WMJJtAN ernment time Privateering might rouso antngo As soon as this is done select the most nlatlo sentiment In Europe nnd while wo CONGRESSIONAL SUMMARY Demand For Ylag e aro not fearful of Xuropea censure we do travelled road in the county and begin Indianapolis April 16 Within tho wish ber good opinion and good will Nor In the Senate to permanently improve it with either la privateering a neoesslty at this time Washington April 13 Cuban ques- Â¬ macadam or sand aud gravel This will week a great demand has sprung up In We have a navy fully ablo to cope with the this city for the flag of the United Thero Is no need to tion considered after which the sun sea power of Spain be an object lesson aud the people can States and also for the flag of the Cu- Â¬ dryclvll bill was taken up to equip ships call upon prlvato enterprise learn in no other way than the kintor ban republic and many sales are re- Â¬ and go forth destroying Spanish com Â¬ Washington April 15 The entlro garten principle As soon as possible let ported Many people are using the merce Instead of adopting this policy day was given up to consideration of the county secure two first class road flags of America Great Britain and the which would be In lino with precedents our government has purchased many of tho Cuban war resolution graders With these all the roads in the Cuban republic In decorating Inter- Â¬ tho ships whloh were avnllablo for privaWashington April 16 The entire county can soon be put in excellent con- Â¬ twining them or placing them side by teering and Is Bonding tbein out artuod time was taken up with the considera- Â¬ dition for summer and fall travel and side and manned by our regular naval forces tion of the Cuban resolution the basis will be laid for future gravel Mot War of Destruction Ifo Cause Anlgned In liif itoue and macadam roads Nor It is likely that the United Htatea Montlcello Ky April- - 18 William WashlngtonAprll 13 Congressman will engsgo oxtenslvely In tho bualnosa of Hnvo your Fiscal court prepared and Baker a young farmer of good family destroying Spanlab commorco unlesa the Lentz of Ohio made another attack up- Â¬ adopt some form of regulations based and In good circumstances committed Spanish navy first sola tho pnoo by capturon tho president- - and was answered by ing American merchant vessels At tho Mr Hepburn of Iowa In rather vigor- Â¬ upon the idea shown in the Bulletin suicde by cutting his throat from ear prosent tlmo It la not tho intention of the sent you recently under the head of to ear No cause for the deed Is aa United States to ongago in a desporato ous language county specifications Whenever you 4lgned Washington April IB Bills pass- Â¬ war of destruction against Spain Wo Book Corporations Demurrers Overruled independenoo of Cuba than tho ed To authorize the secretary of tho begin t scatter your effort and money more the Frankfort Ky April 16 Judge Can conquest of the Spanish people Unlosa Interior to rent or lease sites on forest all over the county by magisterial dis- Â¬ goadod to it the United States will not tricts you are Halle to get Bmall returns trill In the state fiscal court overruled carry on the war with all the terrible en Â¬ reservations for hotols or sanitariums the demurrers In tho 180 cases where for the preservation and protection of and divide the responsibility which Is corporations of Louisville Covington ergy of whloh It la capable But If the oo public records to settle accounts of fatal to business Appoint one god Newport and other towns had been In- Â¬ oaslon arises thero aro plenty ot Spanish merchantmen upon which to seek repristhe state of Arkansas and tbo United man and hold him strictly accountable dicted for failure to report to the au- Â¬ als It la a uilstako to nssumo that Spain States as to school lands to regulato for tho succeis of your undertaking has only a small commerce upon tho high tho Jurisdiction of tho United States Splendid roads may bo bad if you can ditor relative to their corporate fran- Â¬ chises The cases will now bo argued aoaa The navy department haa complied to confer jurisdiction upon find the rnau with the nerve and Indus- Â¬ on their merits next Tuesday a list of Spanish steamship linos Tboro courts Very truly are moro than 60 of those lines tbolr ships United States circuit courts over suits try to do his duty Stewart Won by rive Vote running to Cuba and other parts of Amer- Â¬ in equity for tho partition of lands M II Crump Kokomo Ind April 15 C P Wood ica to Africa and to various porta of Euwhere the United States Is a tenant In Colonel Crump Is the author of a most rope These companies have 160 steam common authorzing suits against an able paper on the construction and main- Â¬ was defeated for council In the Fifth ships In commission As n matter of fact ward at the Republican primary elec- Â¬ officer of the United States to be con- Â¬ the ooean oommeroo of Spain liable to at tenance of country roads One of his tion by H H 8tewart by 6 votes Wood tinued against their successors In of- Â¬ taok and capture In war Is greater tbnn papers haa been published in a bulletin asks for a recount of tha ballots which that of the United States beoausotho bulk fice for tho prosecution ot persons hot- Â¬ of our ocean carrying trade la coaatwlso making false affidavits In peuslon especially printed and issued by the Is taking place The election waa He Is one of the best post Â¬ ly contested and the vote announced on and these coasting vessels can qulokly run cases for the relief ot tho residents government to port for shelter ed road men in the state and ss an election night was Stewart 169 of the Indian Territory Wood 161 Hawkins 162 Condition Uava Changed Washington April 18 Mr Bailey authority is widely quoted The sug Â¬ It la doubtful If privateering would pay Marl Ileds Examined gestions he makes are very sensible and now aa It did In tho old days The stilling tho Democratic leader charged Speaker Wabash Ind April 14 Henry Cook snip haa pretty well disappeared from the Reed with responsibility of the riot on will commend themselves to every man the civil engineer haa completed the in this county who has devoted thought aeas and prlvatoers to bo successful now the floor Wednesday work of proapecting the rich and ex- Â¬ would havo to posaoaa considerable apeod to the subject tensive beds ot marl in Syracuse lake to enable them to overtako tho steamships The Deadly Llue Fence flie Nkwb and Its readers are fortunate for his company which is at once to of the transportation lines and they On BarbourvlUe Ky April 18 in enlisting the service of Colonel begin the erection of a cement works would also find It necessary to carry largo Rough and Ready creek Perry county In the good roads campaign on the bank of the lake which will coal supplies ao that tbey might remain d encounter arose at Blgo Orump a long tlmo away from their base of oper Â¬ a Hobbs store George Whlterker and that is now being waged in the county give employment to 600 men ations Thla would doubtless prove the greatest difficulty In the way of successful Andy Jackson became Involved In a Mrs Russell Dies In California If you are not feeling well why dont privateering in mod or n tlmoa Tho mer Â¬ dispute over a line fence Lookers on Kokomo Ind April 14 A telegram will from port to port say it wns one of the quickest and moat you take Hoods Sarsaparilla It chant ateaniars plying would alwaya bu aura ot having aufflolent horrible fights tor such a short period purify and enrich your blood and do you was received here which announce the death of Mrs Ithamer Russell at Pas Â¬ supply aboard while tho privateers coal wonderful good adena Ca The deceased waa one of would be hampered by the necessity of that has ever taken place In Perry running back to American porta at fre Â¬ county The two men In leas time Kokomoa beat known and most re Â¬ Stop drugging yourself with quack nos Â¬ spected women Her husband was a quent Intervals for new supplies than tho story could bo told had killed Get a well known In the old days great fortunes woro won ach other Both men exchanged fire trums or cures here for many years She had at privateering and there la no doubt that at each other at the same time each pharmaceutical remedy that will do the banker California for her health gone to In case war between Spain and tbo United taking effect in the left breast work Catarrh and rold in the head will States should bo prolonged and privateer bullet Tailor Killed by Cars The men had la the past been the best not cause sulTerhg if Elys Cream Balm iHg wem authorized by our goTwaiueut Alexandria Ind April 16 Edward many adventurous Amorloans would bo of friends Druggist will supply 10c trial Is used Ruell a tailor waa killed here by a glad of a chance to engage In it They szo or 6O0 full an We mall it southbound passenger train oa the Big would flt up fast steamers and yacht with Another Consul From Cuba ELY BROS W WarreM St N Y City Four It M thought he waa lying en rapid fire gun and go forth trying their New York April 18 J L Hanao Iter John Meld Jr of Great Fall lnek upon the enemys marcbantmen It United State conaul at Cardenas Cu Â¬ the trak when struck 1 rare sport a game for heavy stake ba arrived en th KorwagtM steamer Moat recowiweBded Elys Cream Balm Ta at UeeaeavlU with large sptoe of dang In ah nlaf ta ta we I en ewptMaise hi stateaaeat savtuuville Ind April U The Dees- Iritanak with li etlw pasaaagara of It and therefore quit to tha Mkigg It U a poeWv ewe for catarrh H hm41 ajaWtle eoajrwaloaal eeMaitte 4 the m maritime elasaa n n WM wrl t asamapat SAWvnnasi w ahantan W F4e JFtrat eMstrlet deeUiel t keM the Spains aalamls 1u Mm a kv Fran PaUr Central Pre OsMMsaV afateaa tuattavg MveeHtM at Beeeteville fa paaaad Dover at 1M a mm hwJi V fSMrfUMtU innanpasnaas THRILLING EXPERIENCE NO LETTERS Â¬ Â¬ OF MARQUE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kokomo Ind April 14 Olen Hunt son of Councilman E S Hunt ot this city who la now traveling in tho far west tor his health had a thrilling ex- Â¬ perience a few days ago the particulars of which ho wrote to his parents While touring through a wild and re- Â¬ mote region of New Mexico with a companion he ran into a tribe of people known as Pent tantes whose custom Is to do penance for sins committed and ward off evil spirits by scourging themselves with cactus whips lacerating their bare backs with broken glass carrying heavy crosses nnd other severe tor- Â¬ tures It Is a custom with them to apply this torture to all persons who show themselves In tho domain ot the Pen and Mr Hunt and his com- Â¬ itantes panion were promptly taken In chorgo by the natives and subjected to tho sovero superstitious treatment Flayed Ireaoher Lawrenceburg Ind April 14 The son of Dr S H Collins sec- Â¬ retary of the county board of health played preacher He gathered his play- Â¬ mates about a pond and undertook to baptize his little sister Taking the willing subject by the hand he led her into the water until it reached har In waist then halting exclaimed the name of Jesus Christ I bapttzo you and pushed the unresisting in fant beneath Us placid surface but not having the strength to raise her above the water she began strangling The children on the shore shouted in alarm attracting the attention of the father who rushed to the scene and plunging Into the pool rescued his babe A 81ulni Manila Martinsville Ind April 15 Marshal James Singleton Is under bond In two criminal cases one for assault and battery on N A Whlttaker and tho other for trial on a peace warrant Mr sworn out by Mr Whlttaker Whlttaker and E M McCord as attor Â¬ neys for Daniel Hlgglns brought a suit for 300 damages They alleged that Mr Singleton acted as constable In a case for possession of a farm and failed to serve a summons given for Hlgglns Mr Singleton struck Whlttaker on tho forehead Whlttaker caused his arrest on a peace warrant Tho marshal had caused his own arrest In a squires court that waa friendly to him on a charge of assault and battery Â¬ n Indiana Man Tortured by a Semlbar barous Tribe In New Mezloo Â¬ Â¬ noma of Red Cross April 15 The fact Indianapolis should not bo overlooked that the home ot the Order of the Red Cross is In Lawrence county this state a tract ot land In that county having been donat- Â¬ ed to tho society as permanent head- Â¬ quarters It Is in charge of Dr Gard- Â¬ iner and wife who has notified the governor that in case of hostilities ho and Mrs Oardlner will go at once to the front under the direction of Clara Barton president of the society Lebanon Ind April 15 The grand jury which has been Investigating charges against Robert Etter nomlneo for sheriff on the Democratic ticket and Charles West present deputy sher- Â¬ iff for the alleged murder of Perry St Clair at Whltestown in 1887 made a report exonerating the accused Tho grand jury found that the charge was based on malicious rumors - listed ou Rumors Â¬ Â¬ Church to Be Sold New Albany Ind April 14 The Culbertson Avenuo Baptist church In tnla city la to be sold at sheriffs sale to satisfy a judgment for 1600 ren- Â¬ dered In favor of Rev Thomas Mc Neoce a former pastor of the churci Rev McNeece alleged In his complaint filed several months ago that he ad Â¬ vanced as a loan 1600 toward the erection of the church Ou Trial Ker Murder Harlan Ky April 16 Tho trial of Hacker and Daniels charged with tha murder of Henderson Barger In Perry county Is now progressing here There are 125 witnesses In tho case and dam Â¬ aging evidence Is being obtained against the alleged murderers The trial promises to be one ot the most sensational In the history of the counÂ¬ J hand-to-han- ty er 1 JV ajBBajaajaajvHfafaj 9 rl - lAal Solicitor Arrested Madison Ind April 15 Henry Co pher local solicitor for various Insur Â¬ ance and building associations was jailed here on affidavits of the World Building association ot Indianapolis The embezzlement charged with amount Involved Is small and Copaer and his friends claim his Innocence can easily he eatabliehed All the Bane Bfobson Its a disputed saeeekva wkUh have the qnieae tecapees Meade -l BasLM UPWWa- i- My wafe hae heaa BrebaonYe aata aaa 1 eeaUat m that tt Boston Ihwvetaa aa jehfiaiiue NT ttanlf-ilia-i- i MsMkMmem p afvV -- - ai N V - -- f SJ- - ata- p a itnrf Mi AflCvm w iiiwjjgijjgjBigMiBSliSiJfcAS3lBBBIiBB 5 rLx V - b - a- RCi tC R nJ t - T Tit w-t He WBy Ok i - T wSYwKmBSirSSSefwMliim wifc JKSSBK wlisaM AN ODE TO CUBA IT THE DANGER t - Ohl lonely isle in the dark blue sea The nations eye is turn- Â¬ ed on thee We note thy wan and hungry face Poor victim of a treach- Â¬ erous race Vf M r By Fred A Bush Guston But while the Stars and Make haste ye Dons Stripes shall waye prepare for war The nations hand will We care not wheresoer turn to save jrou are No wolfish foe can bear For freedoms power to thee down Cuba given Before Columbias fier- Â¬ Shall shake thy land to cest frown battle driven 5R Down Spaniard Dowivl nor can proclaim Oer Cuba fairthy fiend- -- ish name A Nation rises ink its power and might To stand for justice arid 1 Let Freedom reign on Cuban soil T j for right sMsfe IKifc an true Praise God for the red white and blue Ef8 Nor let a Weylers hand MOTHERS FRIEND despoil But every patriot Cub- Â¬ allays Nervousness and so assists Nature that the change goes forÂ¬ to which the Expectant Mother is exposed apd the foreboding and dread with which she looks for- Â¬ ward to the hour of womans severest trial is appreciated by but few All effort should be made to smooth these rugged places in lifes pathway for her ere she presses to her bosom her babe i I TrMwf33 Haii cjOTTTiiiiil111 i iiji umi a n nn JLJLksf t - m tmSSSS - forebodings yield to cheerful and hopeful anticipations she passes through the ordeal quickly and without pain is left strong and vigorous and enabled to joyously perform the high and holy duties now devolved upon her Safety to life of both is- - assured by the use of Mothers Friend and the time of recovery shortened I knowono lady the mother of three children who suffered greatly in the birth of each who obtained a bottle of Mothers Friend of me before her fourth conOnement and was relieved quickly and easily All agree that their labor was shorter and less painful John Q Poliiili Macon Qa S100PERBOTTIE at all Dru Stores or aont by express on receipt of price Containing Inraluablo Information of Interest to all women will be sent to any address upon application bj THtEmapriELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA Q BOOKS ward in an easy manner without such violent protest in the way of Nausea Headache Etc Gloomy t if A ill JtxsSXI A JMnSr f i sBb wmi i tj fill viWxUKrTia l JHBpnTffff ftfli JJlCkv u8BHMBjliMFfaS3KE cViSVjlSBHvtfMIPBSSclKn f nFFf Iffl Jf l 5s ImT JJSEBEiSilfcB3TBrllfWHBIr30JL 4flaiTWNHasBsSus7v9r AC72 riaifli mimm yfT- 52j rv rw w a iZWW-Z-AZXl- MRMI1SSS tnvtidrttsJsHHUNt7ay friiiB w jppijiw avzrfK ot T5rt Miii1K8asa5rammmfmiaatimsaK nnr rrniMMaa ijrr Lriamej iii i i rM wjr iiriwrrniiiTTmrn iiinniiniTTTi nTiinn rf - i a TirrrrmTM j ik mXMRitt3XMiWZZM n n iTTTrJt if aj nirUIWli1UuWBtflWWr wrMMranwutfrafflmvwiiHmrfiw inauuwm unMvni m hauu iwvwm mMwmvmmciaminr ff r i jvk iinivii vr v Aimikf vfiAtAiwflMifMMHViiiiuUMV m j uaytyHfjygyJiiiMn mwviiumm hhtiii n i vra wiMBwmunw iiiiiiiivi miuui ii iifuiii rHiiiii Mimnnv mmm iiiv y n -- jca ssb wv U rVI VVWH uwun J K7tj l rmmwavx y j mxtT JI s cdcc mtt in jte lill A PANORAMIC VIEW OF THE HARBOR OF HAVANA Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - o plantations Have boen put under cultivapronie ot tbo island to quote tiio lantion mines hayo been opened up and guage of tbe railroad engineor is varied fuls at a time as tbougb tbe windows ago tnero aro somo tracts of land which sugar tobacco and the hundreds of othand picturesque bore a high poak there of the heavens wero opened and tho yield excellent tobacco almost as fine as er valuablo products of tbo island havo a valley tbero a plain Beginning at floods of tho great aerial deep had brothat of Vuolta Abajo boen made to enrich it As is woll Santiago de Cuba tho most easterly of ken loose Soabundnntis the rainfall in Kven Cono Tlirires known a large and usurious part of tbo tho six provinoos and proceeding west fact that as a recent traveler remarks Tho sugar cauo grows all through tbo annual revenues of planters miners and ward through Puerto Prlnoipo Santa tho wonder is that any island romains island aud yiolds the largest percentage manufacturers has been taken for taxes Clara Matanzas Habana and to the that the whole is not dissolved and car- Â¬ and at length it has found its way into lands end of Pinar del Rio tbo tourist ried off into tbe sea But in Cuba no known of saccharine matter In somo parts of tho isluud tbo coffeo tree thrives tbe over deplotod coffers of tbo home travorses magnificent stretohos of pla- one minds tbe rain Notwithstanding tbe peculiarities of very well and tho quality of tho bean government at Madrid And still trafllo teau and crosses innumerable valleys increased until tho beginning of tho rev- Â¬ skirts high mountains and follows deep its coast line Cuba has more than 200 is equal to tho best Maracaibo or Cen tral American Tho banana and tho and picturesque gorges out tno moun excellent ports The principal of those plantain olution in 1805 when there oommoncod also flourish Largo quantities tains become hills and theso are grad- are Havana Bahia Hondo Puerto do the devastation whloh has cost Cuba so Cabanas Matanzas Cardenas Sagua la of the latter are raised aud consumed ually shaded down until in the oxtremo dearly tCopyrlBht 1SS8 by the Author in tho country It is of tho sons of theso patriots thoy Tho ohief produots of tho island aro west a surface generally level is reach- Grande Xj Guanaja Nuevitas Mala nourishing food Of tbe an exceedingly Cuba I It is a name that now is fa in turn have mudo tbe same and former in the struggle sugar and tobacco and the amount an- Â¬ ed although in the vicinity of tbo guota Manati Puerto del Padro Santi Â¬ eastern miliar to every honsohold in all tbo But tho results of these heroio efforts nually part there are great plantarealized from those products dur- Â¬ Queen City Havana small but rugged ago do Cuba Manzanillo Canto Santa tions and soveral million dollars civillzod earth The aufforlng of its becnuie in timo of moro and nioro Imworfi ing tho years just preceding tho last up Â¬ peaks with preoipltous sides may be Cruz Cienfuogos Coohinos and La Broa aro exported overy year to tho United people the dying groans of its tortured portance to tho people of Cuba and less rising has been Tho rivers of Cuba aro not largo but seen in many directions along tho shore on tbo average 85000 patriots have formod the minor key of and loss satisfactory to tho administranumerous thero being no fowor than 260 States 000 pesos dollars and the revenue from rietaresqoa Ilarana Tho orange and tho pineapple abound sorrow in the worlds grand song of tion at Madrid and thus from yoars of mineral souroes has been grossly esti of thorn all told and that is exclusive To say that Havana is picturesque in the island andabout 12 other spo progress And yet in splto of tho fuct weakness strength grow so that insur mated at a 500 000 pesos Tho amounts and beautiful is but to give vent to tho of small creeks and dry bods of torrents oios of most delicious tho that it has long hold tbo intorost and rection came to mean revolution and derived from other sources including first superficial expression that comes to called arroyos Tho Canto tho only guava the mango tho fruits as tbo mamey thoro dawned upon the sight of tho cotton or wlilcu a good deal Is Dro- - your lips Spain itself cannot show a really navigable stream rises in tbe sympathy of fair minded people no were considerable Cobre and nas its outlet on auouo etc land is so little known and so greatly striving patriot the splondid vision of a duced the most important but these more curious or interesting city Study Sierra delcoast near As has been said tho forests of tho were blood bought but froo republic Manzanillo Thero And juBt it as you approach it from tho sea with tho south underestimated The traveler who But people know moro of tho strug- Â¬ here as an instance of tbe slumbrous mighty Mono set high upon the head- Â¬ aro a few other streams which are nav- Â¬ island contain a great number of valuaglimpses for tbo first timo her marvel apathy that has resulted from yoars of land timo dyed in mottled splotches of igable for small boats for a distance of blo hard and cabinet woods among them gles of Cuba than thoy do of Cuba itself Programme ons shores is ovcroome with astonish Every civilized inhabitant of tho globe hopeless subjugation and practical serf- yellow gray and black and tbe rod and from 8 to 20 miles Next in importance the mahogany aud the oedar of wbioh Following is tho programme of tho dom tbo opening up of the iron mines yellow flags above with ment at tho panorama of immonso pos- Â¬ bus followed with foelings of indigna are the stroams Guines and Ay At one thero aro very large quantities La Junta across Thero are plantations ot tho iicoanut Circle meeting oi the Blackford Baptist sibility that lies shimmering before tion and pity tbo story of Cubas suffer in the provinoe of Santiago de Cuba at tbo narrow channel prim and white time It was tbo Intention to cut a canal tho eastorn end of tbo island may profittho Sephim for ovon now her riohest vest ing All tho insurrections save where the uglydablgren guns flash through tho land intervening and bisect tree and millions of tho nuts aro ox- - Association to be held with the Friend aratist wars and tho other vain but ably be cited These valuable mines at you like vonomous black eyes and tbe island but tbo idea was finally ported yearly Tho cocoa treo also grows ship church In Hancock county Kv ments shredded hor body bleeding un very woll and the bean is of a very su Â¬ beginning on Friday evening at 7 30 the city is as interesting and impressive abandoned as impracticable der tho violent hands of an unnatural valiant efforts of tho Cubans to throw though discovered nearly a oenturyago pm Cuba contains many mineral springs perior quality off tho Spanish yoke havo appealed to never felt the blow of a piok until 1883 a sight as human eve ever beheld parent Cuba remains tho indestructible The Introductory sermon will ti9 his chivalry and wrung his heart with when a party of New York capitalists The cedar furnishes tho material of As tho capital metropolis and chief which aro famed for their valuable heal- Â¬ Pearl of tho Antilles with snob wealth grief and rago but as a rule ho is as uoternuned to make an effort to pur Â¬ seaport of Cuba it is ono of tbo best ing properties principal among them the cigar boxes Tho fruits of the island preached at the above hour 730 by iii her soil and under it as no earthly being tboso known as tho baths of San comprise nearly all thoso found in tho tbe Rev HABruner ignoraut of tho sceno of theso struggles chase and develop them Negotiations known cities in tho American hemi power can take away SATURDAY MORNINO 10 OCLOCK A M tropics The pineapple is indigenous to as if they had occurrod in tho viewless with the Spanish government were at sphere Its splondid harbor its commer Diego As overybody knows tho developTo what onoe commenood and Tho temperature of tho water is 83 tbo soil Thero were at tho time of tbe churches extent la It detrimental to Mliunifor to call pastori belonefafr to other alio ment of Cuba had boon from its earliest air And yet in tho comparatively years of persuasion in 1885 after two cial importance its climate and the degroes concessions wore tinge of romanco that ever attaches to F and it is very strongly im Â¬ discovery of tbe island six vnrietles of nations L Ilurdett and J D Hawker oecupanoy retarded and at timos prac- Â¬ small compass of its watery boundaWhat can the I litjr ries there is concentrated a greater va- - obtained and work was oommencod its people have made its fame world- pregnated with oxygen oarbouio add the sweet potato cultivated by tho na within the association do 1 toward the Mission work tically stopped by tbo rule of Spain M t xr gases obloride of sodium sulphate of tivo Indians as well as tho yucca or Day rioty of natural resources than are to be Stock companies wero organized in Now wide Havana has about 260000 inhabSoon after tbo foot of Columbus touohed 1 he relation of the circle meeting to the cause oi York and Philadelphia and bonds wero itants lime nitrate of limo iron magnesia cava Baa and Indian corn Although tho found in any other island state prov It was founded but 28 yoars minions II V limner and Ira I Rice her virgin soil the dark cloud of oppresfloated Theso companies were tho Ju aner mo Is It detrimental to the cause ol Missions for a by Columbus and silex and chloride of caloium Four forests aro dense very nearly impene- Â¬ sion began to hovor over her and it was ince or country beneath tbo sun ragua the Spanish American tho Signe has alwaysdiscovery glassos of it a day and two baths aro tho trable they nro inhabitod by no wild pl1her VP This may sound extravagant but the Pstor of a church been tbe commercial em only by the sheer force of hor innate which Is Indebted to former pastor HW and others From theso regulation ouro for almost overy disoaso animals larger than tbo wild dogs Morton W Richards worth eoupled with tho necessities of statement is verified by all reliable sta- Â¬ nual exportation grew mines tbe an porium of the Antillos Who should have contd of the Gospel Tent known to materia modlca but it is which are in fact small wolves Theso to bo moro than tistics and unprejudiced witnessos And Few cities havo suoh beautiful parks her inhabitants that her glorious prod- Â¬ now belonging and how when those who cavil come to reckon 600000 tons of iron oroand 40000 tons and driveways as has Havaua Tho great probablo that tbe warm pure air sim- Â¬ aro pests to planters as they destroy It be usedf U to the association R Oldromshould ucts bocame even to a limited oxtnt J limner and W ple diet and faith havo much to do with quantities of poultry and young cattle up its advantages its millions of acros of manganese amounting to 8000000 Plaza do Armas is tbo chief It is expected that all who can will at- available It com Â¬ it At any rate a groat many surpris The jutia a in value at tho lowest estimato small animal resembling a tendthia meeting The place prises four parks in thecoutor of whloh When in 1611 Columbus sent his son of soil richer than any in the United of meeting States that will grow anything from a Mlnlor Is Easy is a statuo of Ferdinand VH Then ing cures have boen effootod particular- Â¬ muskrat living in treos and having tbr is about four miles north ol Oaks Station Diego with a number of colonists to ly of bronchial and scrofulous com Â¬ habits of tbo raccoon is tho only other potato to a pmeapplo its abundant Mining was nominal as tho ore could there aro the Alameda do Paula bor Cuba the big island was speodily seton the Irvlngton and Fordsville railroad plaints People tled and measurements of its propor- yields of sugar and tobacco its tre- bo readily broken up by surface blnst- - dcring on tbo bay and tho Campo do tho steamer on havo been taken from animal of importance that is found The church la located on the Fords litters apparently just Birds in great number and varioty hero mendous forests of mahogany and other iug In order to carry ore to tho United Marto used as a drill ground for tho tions wero made by a party of ofTloial ready to dio who in a weeks time make tbeir homes aud many migratory ville and Cloverport dirt road precious woods its uplands upon which States a largo fleet of stoamers was noo- - military This is an enormous park agramonsores surveyors and these is It havo been riding over tbo hills on horse- fowls nso tho island for a breodiug H T Crow measurements wero of snch acouracy atogrown every product of the temper essary On the return trip from the Unit- - I Das our handsome gates named respeo 1 back and in a month have gone home as place zouo and its fertilo valleys from ed States those stoamers H V Brunkr fCom that tbey remain as standards today which at first wont I tlvely Colon Cortez Pizowro and Tacon J u Hawker J luxtantly spring tbo most lus- empty or with ballast only but it final Tbo Pasoo do Tacon is a magnificent good as new and well as anybody Characteristic of the People The length of tbo island was found to O Truman Secretary If tboso springs wero iu the United cious fruits of tbe tropics its initios of ly dawned upon the owners of the ves II drive with doublo rows of troos It has Tho spirit of tbo people is light and be in round numbers 000 miles its numerous columns and statues among 8tates with tho samo air to accompany gay Tho Latin mind is volatile and not width at its narrowest point 31 miles iron and copper and manganese its sels that loads might as well be carried thorn or if managed whoro they aro by hundreds of beautiful and excellent and the stoamers began to take coal to tho latter ono of Charles III ranking given to mourning Grief hero like and at its widest point 111 miles some sensible wido awoke Anglo-Saxohatred is violent while ft lasts but This gives to tho long shark shaped harbors and tho soft healthful atmos tho West Indies And thus it came among the finest works of art in Amerthey would becomo the sanitarium pbero of perpetual summer that forms about that the shipment of iron smiles and laughter follow swiftly island an area of approximately 43000 ore to ica of the world besido wbioh Saratoga tho setting for this peerless Pearl tho United Statos facilitated tbe expor- Â¬ squaro miles or nearly tho sizo of the The race Tho commerce of Havana is only sur Â¬ Carlsbad Las Vogas and White Sulphur Latin Thocharacteristics aro distinctly their doubts will be swallowod up in tation of Pennsylvania coal to tho West passed in tbo new world by that of stato of Pennsylvania Cuban lady is charming New would hide their diminished hoads Indies Sho moves With simple elegance inYork Two thirds of the products of In view of tho necessity of the exten Â¬ conviction A Complex Study A Book for Young and Old All Kind of Mineral variably haviug that great dosideratuni sive exploration which was incident to Thedevelopmentof this industry was Cuba find outlet through Havana Tho A study this Noarlyall metals aud minerals that of most American women an unaffoot this comprehensive survoy it scorns complex of nuy wonderful island is one of many enterprises that have been exports of sugar alone are annually about standpoint Tbe geog successfully pursued in from aro useful in any sort of industry aro ed uud graceful carriaee Be inets and passing strange that no more of Cubas OUR this wonderful 120000000 pounds WE CURE richness was discovered and utilizod for rapher with the best map in his pos- land dospito tbe singularly unfavorable Havana was first called San Cristobal found in Cuba gold silver iron cop Â¬ hats aro things whiob for tho most RECORD NERVOUS per quicksilver lead aspbaltum in all part she happily knows not 1 6 all but tho development of tbo strength and session will find new inlets tho natu- conditions that have existed Cubas do la Habana in honor of Columbus its forms antimony arseuiomanganeso sbo wears across her glanoing shoulders Esti 1878 value of tbo new colony This derello ralist will add to his colloctlou and tbe greatest wealth must always come from but gradually the prefix was dropped BLOOD or lightly thrown over her head a shawl tion however was probably not the mineralogist will revel in novelties and tho vegetable products of tbe earth Havana has been frequently attacked oopperas red lead eta In tbe Sarama even the blase cosmopolitan will recover Hor soil is wonderful 250000 SKIN fault of tbo roally vigorous and progressIt is not only from tho sea Drake tried to take it in guacan and several other rivers gold has of whit or black laoe Tho highest ex ive adherents of tho son of the great in Cuba tho zest which hud gouo out of fertllej hut inexhaustible Threo crops 1685 but failed In 1703 a British fleot been found though not in paying quan- Â¬ amples ot her are almost matchless as DISEASED PRIVATE discoverer Indeed from a caref nl stndy his life And all this is meroly to say of cane grow from one nlantlna No under Admiral Pocook bombarded tbe tities Silver of a certain trade abounds types of glorious dark feminluo beauty MEN of history though exact dates aro not to that a great deal of tho accoptod data fertilizers are usod The soil in plaoes oity aud compelled it to capitulate but iu Pinar dol Bio San Fernando and With their slight well rounded figures DISEASES be obtained it would soem that it was with referenco to Cuba is either inoxact has tbe great depth of 27 feet Tobacco it was restored to tbe Spaniards the Yumuri Almost all tho metamorphio tbeir wealth of billowy bluo black CURED rocks contain copper and those are scat- Â¬ hair and the finely chiseled features of soon after its colonization that tbe or wholly faulty This of oourso like needs no guano to make a crop and not next year by the treaty of Paria tered all over tbo island It is usually thoir sweet oval fucps whiob seem utter greed of the mother country bogon to everything else that works injury to the nearly so muoh labor as is required in Mot at Hot Country island as to its relation to tho rest of cultivation elsewhere Anything found in tho form of pyrites and snl cripple tbo enterprise and mar tho des all but tbe fit spiting of glorious eyes that We aro accustomed to think of Cuba phurots dark as night soft as vol vet yot bright tiny of tho new government that was tbe world is duo to tbo autocratio and grows under tbe tropical sun can bo as n hot country CURED situated as it is under ignorant mothods of the Spanish author In the eastern part of Cuba as winter stars That the Cuban lady is 13 grown in Cuba although during recent tho tropics forming on this now soil VnilWn UAU Iho you flnnoj uud the common impression miles from Santiago tho riohabout ities the tendenoy of whose discicopper not lacking in mentality in nativo years the soil has been given up to tbo is correct to tho IUUI1U innn against Cabas Great OrltTSDM nature extent that the moan mines of El Cobro woro worked for a cleverness and understanding she wit pline 1b toward handicapping every production of sugar aud when Ivnornntor the InrHhln prim m has tobacco Tho grievanco of Cuba whiob has public spirited enterprise and retarding averago temperature of the year is high wereooramlttlnr Jm you onKconsfder good many years by an English com Â¬ often proved when transplanted to moro no fascinating- - allurements ot IMs ovit Before the devastating toroh of war er than in lasted all theso years dates from this everything that is not dono direotly in couutrlos farther north but nabitr When inn Into ti nvnM f early porlod It was in its naturo and the intorest of the honor and glory and had laid waste the caneflelds and de tbo climate is more equable There aro pany They wero abandoned during the Stimulating climates Sho has boen a uuio resiins were your eyes your perilr lld ynu later on0eucvto in maTx operation tbe parallel of the one which roveune of the power across tbe sea for stroyed factories and mills the busy not tboso sudden variations that in last revolution There aro other mines leader in tbo brilliant Intellectual salons hood contract any llll VATIJ or JlliOO11 not yet open and some not yot exhausted of Paris and if at homo sho is seldom hum of fruitful labor stirred all tbe air many parts brought about tho bloody but glorious whom this poor downcast pooplo havo uiseasor of tho United States aro so rorooucurcUT Doyoiljiotoo Tho ftml ttirn IM mim Inrmlnv birth of our own independence that is been working out what has heretoforo Tho cost of making sugar was gradually severo on tho human constitution In worth oity of Santiago by the way is distinguished by high intolloctual ac Â¬ Daro vou marrv In vnnr nnwni more than mere passing mention complishments it may charitably bo sup Â¬ roducod by the introduction of labor Havana to say taxation without representation for example the avorage tern appeared to be a life subsidy it being the chief city of the eastern de posed to be ohttrgeablo to a ollinato saving machinery and the business set poraturo of the Lllvi BON If married nro yon con But there was n vast difference in the hottest month is 84 Notwithstanding all theso difficulties stantly living In tlrcndr is marrlwto a K4 situation of theOubans While our Rev Â¬ tbo enterprise of Americans and others tled down to a paying basis and by the degroes of tbe coldest 72 In Santiago partment It lies 600 mllos southeast ot Whloh renders protracted inontal effort failure Willi you on ncoount of nny weak Â¬ ness caused bjr early abuse dr later ex olutionist fathers wero vastly inferior to lorslgu to the soil has led nutivo indus mcreusea power oi production tho de do Cuba a city of tea mentioned in tho tbo present capital and ranks third in a real pain even to trained minds eessosj Have you been ilrucged with Under tbe favorable conditions of tho enemy in point of numbers their try in tbo right direction and its com- mand for cane grow planters were en- - war dispatohes the average of tbe year commorolal importance Havana first mercury T 1 his honhlnt uin and Matanzas second It is thearohbish peace when homes hayo not boon mar couragod and tho fruitful island began yon tbo rosulta of tboso orimM and nolnt proportion to tho whole number of fight merce has grown in tho teeth of riot and to wear a prosperous air The tobacco is 80 of the hottest month 84 of the ops residence and to it people flock red and polluted by tbo rough and de ing Englishmen who could be landed on insurrection coolest 78 Those are high figures but from all parts Tho normal population of the our shores was not of suoh smalluoss as 1700000 composed of something uear planters and manufacturers also Im not very high for an Island lying in tain yearly religious island dsriuK cer grading touch of tbo trooper tbo Cubau festivals whloh are girl of quality is reared In tho strictest proved their methods and this rival to preclude all hope whereas tho ruero 1000000 persous of Spanish dosoeut product kept even pace with its aaccha equatorial regions and surrounded by celebrated with remarkable pomp and refinemout and even the poor are more handful of Cubans wero so overwhelmwater that is warm to the haad all the ceremony It is also 10000 foreign whites 48000 Chluese rino competitor Tho annual sugar crop ml rAA Wo m tbe terminus of regardsal of the proprieties titan they WJ8 ingly overmatohod by tbe armed force and COO 000 negroes and oolored people year round To a stranger from a dry two ftlP9KJK HYlHIf18 BTIlimnuV that Spain could muster as to be practi- Â¬ is not a busy throng Tbo loitering Cu was worth 18000000 tho tobacco country a feature more objectionable outletrailway lines one of whloh is the are under tbe demoralising influence of Atrti Titirnv in- of Lomas de Cobro the famous War Bat tbe education of Cuban cbil unit iKAlKtCUNNATIIIlAIiDIB cally in her power after the first demon Â¬ ban of today can hardly be recognised as crop 00000OO Then came the revoluthan the steady heat is the tremendous copper mines and the other passing OlWKOKSlUDNijY And jiADiKR tion Somehow when ono drett has beea sadly neglooted Ao late stration tbe doscendaut of those sturdy pioneers Cuba overythiug comes backwrites of rainfall The geographical and topo- Â¬ through tbo richest sngar district af Â¬ as 1855 not a primary school to that graphical situation of Cuba provides could be And so there have bceh insurrection of the sixteenth century who fashioned CURES GUARANTEED fords transportation for that greaf found in towns boasting 3500 or 8000 sifter insurrootloH and defeat after de Â¬ tho gigontio bastions of El Castillo de point and strikes It as against a dead two seasons only the wet and the dry staple The exports of tbe port reach inhabitants In 1851 whea Cuba was Tho Wotes of Bin sent frtt wall after clearing tbo cruol hurdles of During tho latter rains are not frequent feat and tho consequent horrible butch raaloilnc Vo stamp CONSULTATI05 la Fucraa the Castle of Strength but the handsome annual aggregate of fti compelled to contribute 10000000 lu eries of retribution until Cuba tbe still be can be brought to bestir himself Spanish tyranny being atoned for however by the abun But let as revert to tbe first branch of danoe of the dew but la the rainy sea Â¬ 000000 three fenrtba of which is la support of the army of Spain the beautiful the rich tbe wonderful has if a sufficient financial iaducesieot is KMT sugar tbe rest eoooe run tobaeoe meant appropriated for paella instrac tho sabjeet the island proper in its en- Â¬ son Jupiter Pluvlas seems to turn bin beea little aore than a bloody abattoir offered To be entirely just it should be 5Ion ia the island was lass than besey and mahogany 10000 whereto tbe lire and sieves of a weak said that enterprise is not wholly want Â¬ tirety The coast osstenr ef Cnba is self loose to exeel all previous efferts Of the fertility of A few yean see Baraeoa with 183S bet mamatously exwrageow people bare ing even among the laboring classes broken with hundreds of inlets all of and from 125 to 140 inches of reJa k feancb cannot be said Cabas soil toe In the western bidea bad na mora tba two public tneta harbors in greater or less degree tint nnnmnmnn thara HaIa alutut 1A9 beea periodically sacrifleeA 122 W FOURTH STREET Aavd so eapUsl whloh was at first large Â¬ part tho eelebtwted Vuelta aoeottmodation for 10 Bat tbe isusnoctal loagiag far liberty ly Aroerlew was put to work aad M eaen Having its small fortlftoatloBi its days when tbe rain ooates down not in ee is raised It has ao Abate tobae schools with ooMUna far eaaal ia the ahlldnui suui viNGINNATIs O tnii i i villages sjtd Itajueeial Industries The dross but in sbeeta in Masses in tab- f tbe breast eeold sot be oroabed neHilt olUaj bare sorung up large world Im the eastara part aaar HuaU I fw wimM HBirUrwwrrsnses sgJl iWim i reiki PEARL OF THE ANTILLES r TORY AND HER RESOURCES Â¬ Â¬ THE OF CUBA HER PEOPLE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the yearly sum of 9780 Manzanillo with 8070 children bad four pnblio schools with an attendance of 185 thoir fnll capacity at a yearly oxponso of 3080 for salaries rent of buildings school material eta Las Tunas with 1297 children had two schools with 150 children at an annual total cost of 1100 Tho children of the woll to do families woro oitbor educated at homo or at private schools at a cost entirely beyond tho moans of tho lower olassos Tho gontloman of Cuba is well known His hot blooded impetuosity and his opon handed gonorosity aro characteristics with which all tho world is acquainted And now when his visit is at an end and his explorations aro comploted and ho dwells in pleasant retrospect upon tho illimitablo richness of this singular- Â¬ ly interesting islo tho stranger Is forced to admit that with all her woalth of rosourco Cuba must bo acoaptod as it has boon classed by Cubans as tho country of manana tomorrow for though partially doveloped her ro sources are to a largo extent lost to all good purposes and it is to tbo morrow of liberty tbo advancement of educa- Â¬ tion and tho oonourrent emancipation of thought and action that Cubans must look for tho rehabilitation of thoir loved islo and hor acquirement of that placo in tho grand march of nations to which her inuato wealth and worth en title her Waiteh J Davis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WhllJ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n Â¬ ftrawreK WAGES OF SIM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 250000 Â¬ sl Til Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ wMxrn re Kennedys Kergan ct f yyi ZiM Jj THH5RBGRHNRIDQH NBW8 OUOYERPOHT HlTf c J AjCTS lemj Pectoral eavod tho livos of two of my chil-Â¬ dren when to all nppoamnco thoy wore in the first stage of consumption W HUFFORD Farmington la HALF SIZB BOTTLES 50c Breckenridge VvIDF2C8DAY News 13 1698 AJUUL Local Brevities L B Perkins of Irvinglon J tjsSunday Mrs 0 W Moorman went to was In the Louis-Â¬ ville Monday J A Barry returned Saturday from Brandenburg Mrs Annie Newsom has been quiet sick for several weeks Mrs Flood of Stephensport was in town Monday shopping Mrs Tillman Pauley who has been quite ill is convalescent Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt went to Louisville Sunday Beavin Beavin have erected an awn Â¬ ing in front of their saloon Heinzs Baked Beans with tomatoe sauce at Gregory Gibsons Fletcher Blanford received a Govern- Â¬ ment Commission last week Oscar Holder spont Sunday with his mother Mrs Thomas Bohler Klser Fallon havo the contract for building the Baptist parsonage John Blythe purchased of YVm Pum phrey 12 head of sheep for 30 Heinzs little giant mixed pickles on- Â¬ ly 10 cents at Greg try Gibsons Benedict Beavin and J Y Bates of Hawesville were in the city this week Miss Lillian Moredock returned to Louisville Saturday by way of boat Eliza Snyder a respectable colored woman of this city died Sunday morn- Â¬ ing Mrs Dr F M Smith is in Louisville undergoing medical treatment for her eyes Marion Campbell has moved to town in a house on Fourth St adjoining Thos Bohler Overton Blanford makes frequent trips He jpos to assist in the to Irvlngton singing Mrs Ind John Travers- - of Fort is visiting her daughter Wayne Mrs J G Harris Sam Bruner who has been residing here has moved to Henderson to live in the future The walk way on the West end of the bridge has been repaired by Eugene Kingsbury You should buy sliver spoons now be fore prices advance DHuy has a splen- Â¬ did lot in stock A nice lot of the well known Seth Thomas clocks at prices lower than ever Â¬ liHuvl Mrs Will Ditto wife and twosonsTHoltOU and Fred spent Sunday with muskier jf J D Babbago Alf Hennin and E L Clark came on Mondays train from IIawesvlllercnronte to Hardinsbuig Miss Addle Louisa Babbage is spend Â¬ ing a week with her aunt Mrs Abe Ditto at Loug Branch Mr and Mrs 0 D Hardaway are thu happy parents of a baby boy whose ar rivaltB of recent date Capt A J Gross and wife of Holts bottom were visitors Saturday to Mr and Mrs J R Da Haven W 0 Allen and wife went to Irving ton Sunday They were the guests of Mr and Mrs 0 F Redman It you do not see well call at DHuys and he will help you Specks in stock from the cheapest to the best Just received a nice line of watches which will be offered at very low prices Come and see them at DHuys Will Mattlnuly who is associated with the Eckert Hotel in Louisville spent Sunday in the city pleasantly All you lovers of pickles who want something pure and fine try Heinzs sweet pickles at Gregory Gibsons Miss Amelia Sawyer after an absence of two years with relatives and friends in Fulton Mo arrived home Friday Geo Newman and James Jackson are la the city looking after the stave busi Â¬ ness for tho ClnclrjrsCooperaga Com Â¬ pany Miss Alma Moredock Louisville is the guest of relatives in the city altera pleasant visit of a week she will return homo Saturday Ball heirs will hold a meeting on Mon day next 130 p m This Is the last chance to join the association of heirs F N DHuy Sec George S Jolly Alvin Sklllman John Skillman Robt Marshall Virgil Payne and Milard Frank of near Uardinabutp weretn town Saturday Most every point In tin country can be rung up H L 8tader is the first to have a telephone box and ho Is In dl eet eooamunicatlon with all of the towns la the county Mr Richard Wlndetenulnp of Tell City Ind wm ia the city Monday He wm here in the Iwtaroot of the Tell City Brewing Co He hope to establish an efetocy in this elty Herbert JUedel left Sunday for Gin siimatl where he ban aeeepted a lucra Â¬ tive poettiea with the well eetahllebed dry good firm of Ratefcild A Co Herbert to one of Oloverports energetic bttaiaoM young men and mm who yoaman aWl tie far above too average boy An surely it looks war like GLENDEANE CRUDE OIL Women aro not in favor of war Allle Wratherford Harned is attend Â¬ John Sliouse spent Sanday in Cannel ton Found In a Natural das Well In ing school here Frank Poyton Falls of Rough visited Ice cioam and soda water at the City This City D 0 Moorman last Sunday Bakery County Surveyor Royalty was in tho Mrs Annie Newsom ia very ill at this Charles Bohler Takes Out Four Bar- Â¬ neighborhood surveying laat week writing rels of the Product Dr Dempster a popular dentist of Hon D R Murray went to Loulsvlllo Fordsville waa here several days last Monday Klondike will not be iu It with Clover week Fresh bread delivered dally by the port Mtsssa Irene Board and Mary Moorman City Bakery When the oil district surrounding thla will go to Louisville Friday to hear Rev J F Wlnchcll 0 Rockport was city ia developed it will make a great Souia in town Mondfty many men wealthy MIbs Stella Truman of Fordsville Is Wlille Cbiirles Bohlir waa cleaning visiting Misa Lettle Duncan near Rock What will become of the women out the gas well near tho Cloverport vale this week should war be declared Mrs John Welsenburg and children brick plant Monday he scooped out from Mrs Johnnie Monnahan of Grayson the hole four barrels of crude petroleum county went to Stephensport Sunday boarded the train here Monday It is of a lighter color and thinner con Â¬ morning for Oklahoma Whon you crave fruit tbero is no bet- Â¬ sistency than the South Lima oil ter place than the City Bakery Llttlo Harry Moorman delighted the and will compare favorably with the crowd at tho literary Friday night when Hon D R Murray is making some ex Pennsylvania product tensive improvements to his dwelling The oil found In the holo has boen he sang A Boy I a Boy Jesse Mattlngly and Stanley Mattlngly Misa Nannie Keys of Lodlburgb is foiced up from the reservoir in tho Tren visiting her parents Mr and Mra Jesse ton rock by the immense gas pressure went to Owensboro Sunday so attend the Keys It undoubtedly comes through a filsjuro marriage of Eddlo Mattlngly When a new hole is sunk it should at Mies Mary Moorman has arrived from Scott Morrison an Owensboro lawyer of ability was in the city Saturday and least penetrate to a depth of 2000 tot Cloverport to assist Mies Matlie Owen in There is a veritable ocean of oil under- her millinery department at W 0 Sunday Mrs Statlra Batt of Cannelton form- Â¬ lying Cloverport and it will be the mak Â¬ Moormans immense store Mr Robert Wells an aged gentleman erly of tbis city who has been very ill ing of this town yet you bet died at his home Sunday Mr Wells is Improving rapidly W O Allen Resigns was tired of living and had attempted to W G Smart is Improving his property Mr W 0 Allen ag mt of the Louis- Â¬ take his life a fow days before in the lower portion of the city by put ville Henderson and W C Moorman has just received a tirg a new fence around his residence who haa been acting Stin Louis railway this capacity II L Stader is in direct communica- Â¬ Bin co the first construction of tho toad nice assortment of Madras cloth for These goods are at all tion with every point of note in the has forwarded his resignation which has ladies waists prices from 5 to 15 cents per yard county He is the first to have a tele- Â¬ beep accepted to take effect May 1 Our merchants aro enjoying handsome phone box erected in this city There has been BOno dif satisfaction as There are many artistic milliners to his manner of conducting the busi Â¬ sales now Their displays are complete W 0 Moorman is now throughout the county but probably ness of the office in this city by a few aud inviting opening by a fino stock of new goods there are none that will cope with the persons who have brought about the Misses Alma aud Ada Mattlngly and stock carried by Miss Judith Miller change but as to the officials of the road Rev T V Joiner pastor of the Elm finding any fault this caunot be ascer Â¬ Messrs Lennie Mattlngly and Lawrenc Vesseisattended a dance at Roey Mat St M E chnrch filled an appointment tained Mr Allen has proven himself to be a tinglys near West View Friday night at Hawesville Sunday for Rev Foote Miss Priscella Harl of the Rockvale who Is assisting him in the revival hero man of the highest integrity and of He could always be neighborhood who for Beveral weeks A J Katz of Louisville Bpent several strong ability days in the city last week He has re- Â¬ found at his post and as a dispatcher of has been vory low with consumption is cently pnrcbaaed the Fair stock and Is business his equal will be hard to find no better and is not expected to live He baa been bore long enough to be- Â¬ long well pleased with the outlook for busicome identified with the people and Miss Boards and Miss Moormans ness likewise with the county He has a num- Â¬ departments of the school close this Mrs 0 E Lightfoot came home Sun Â¬ ber of positions in vlow but has not de Â¬ week Lhe class now Is made up of those day night While she has not entirely cided where he will locate In all prob- Â¬ who want examination and until May yet her condition is much recovered ability he will take clinrga of an office 20th a reduced but hard working band is improved Her score of friends wish her for the L and N railroad ours speedy recuperation Henry Moorman Sr has decided to Rev W B Rutledge who is attending The Revival Meeting become a pedagoguo this next winter lectures at N Y Hall in Louisville came Tho peoplo of thla city are now en and is now studying for that purpose down Saturday and delivered to his joying a genuine old time revival at the The pupils welcome Old Santa Anna Baptist congregation Sunday two brilliant Elm street M E church Rev T V as he is called and indeed his presence and impressive sermons Joiner pastor of the church has the is a delight Should you desire stylish millinery in able assistance of Rev U G Foote of the way of turblns sailors walking hats Hawesville The farmer the mechanic and the and any thing pertaining to this line The meeting has only been in progress bicycle rider are liable to unexpected you could not do any better than to two weeks and much enthusiasm is be- Â¬ cuta and bruises DeVitts Witch Hazel visit Mrs H V Duncan ing manifested by all for it to be a suc- Â¬ Salve is the best thing to keep on hand The News beforo its next issue will cessful and a good meeting Large con It heals quickly and Is a well known cure have telephone communication all over gregations turn out day and night Rev for piles Short Haynes the county When any important eront Foote while comparatively a young occurs the News will take it as an especi- Â¬ man yet ho possesses a wonderful and BIG SPRING al favor to phone the happening broad knowledge of tbo gospel His Mr William Vest one of this citys sermons are logical entertaining and in Dr Strothor was In Brandenburg lost foremost business men was suddently structvie and no one should miss this Tuesday While be is ad- Â¬ valuable opportunity of hearing an ex- Â¬ taken ill last week E W Jones and family have returned vanced in years yet it is to be hoped the cellent discourse The meeting will con from Henderson attack will be one of short duration tinue throughout the week and aa long Born to tbe wife of Jim Richie on Miss Alice Mattlngly a youug lady of as the interest continues the 10th a daughter rare ability and who is so fortunate to be Old Bachelors Mr and Mrs Ben Clarkson were in blessed with such fascinating charms has accepted a position as cashier of the The topc of tho Old Bachelor was Elizabethtown last week E W Jones was in Elizabethtown mammoth concern of Wm Vest Sons the latest to be sprung by a bevy ol Mr James Beavin Sr who has been Cloverport girls when in assemblage on laat Saturday and Sunday Bro Moseley filled his regular appoint prominently luenunea in many Dusinesa Monday evening As it ia well known pursuits is critically illat his residence that this city can supply her share of tbe ment at the Baptist church Saturday abiLI ltTutttTacltyrHiillrricS9 results lronf a genua nomo ana tnere are many woo are SjihIm John Meador Jr who is staying In complication of diseases and his recov Â¬ quite attractive It ia enough to give inspiration o this interesting theme Louisville was at home for a few days ery is doubtful bachlora nnder consideration last week Misa Alma Moredock arrived in the The Foster Lyons Jr of Irvlngton was Miss were Dr A A Simons Silas Lillard city Thursday from Louisville Moredock Is a beautiful and handsome Frank Payne and John Vest Tney were here the guest of Miss Hortense Miller type of the Kentucky woman and is al Â¬ in a quandary as to the correct way of last Sunday Miss Eflle Springate of Custer was ways a welcome visitor to Cloverport deciding tho contest and after many She will be tho guest of the Misses Saw- plana and propositions it waa finally the guest of Miss Nan Martin last Satdtclded that Uncle Silas Lillard and urday aad Sunday yer Frank Payne would be the ones to havo Miss Emma Stlth of Maize Grove W Moorman left Monday for 0 the honor An emblem baa not been waa hero tbe guest of Miss Ruby Miller Â¬ Helena Montana He goes on a pros- solected but it will not be long until laat Saturday and Sunday pecting tour and is confident that he will these gentlemen will be presented with W H Doran is in Louisville this week find times vory much better than they a pin speciylng that they are the only are here He eald I feel as though I purchasing goods and ho will have on true members of this order will never again be a citizen of Clover hand a full line of the latest stylo bug A Call For Volunteers HI associates and friends hope port gios that wherever he may locate he will be Mr Jess Horrell of Cecilia was the Wanted 00 able bodied men botween successful 18 and 35 years of age for 3rd regment of guest of Miss Daisy Meador Suuday Mr H V Harris with his family Kentucky to be ready for services on His sister Misa Georgie who has been from Louisville have moved to this one days notice All desiring to inllst visiting here accompanied him home city They will occupy the Font Hill write to me at Hardinsburg H Meyer haa brought on a full line of residence owned by Mr 0 M Bullitt millinery gooda and Miss Georgie Unset V B Bdbton Mr Harris who is general manager of of Louisville has charge of tbe trimming the Breckenridge Cannel Coal Company Cant Do Without It department and all will do well to call has moved his headquarters to this rity Union Star Ky April 10 08 Mr J and Inspect their goods before purchas- Â¬ where it will be more convenient to D Babbage Dear Sir Find enclosed ing elsewhere transact the companys business one dollar for which give me credit for Cosmo Buttermilk Toilet Soap makes Notwithstanding the fact there are my subscription I can not do without the skin soft white and healthy Sold photographers in the country your paper tumorous Yours everywhere yet it is an undertaking worthy of a Jno M Comiton great deal of consideration Those who Sunday School Convention go to a gallery want In return excellent There will be a District Sunday school results and a good likeness of themselves Having had unlimited experience In this convention held in the Baptist church at Stephensport on Thursday April 28th business we claim to have no superior The next time you want work of this All persona interested in Sunday school nature your money will not be thrown work are cordially invited to be present This invitation is to all Sunday schools away when spent with Knight The ob- Â¬ as Scotts and we sell It much The spring season for millinery has irrespective of denominations just opened and the stock ia immense ject of the convention ia to Increase the cheaper Is a statement sometimes Having spent a greater portion of my interests in Sunday School work in the made by the druegist when Scotf 1 time in the larger cities I am now pre- Â¬ Stephensport and Union Star districts Emulsion is called for This shows pared to suit your taste better than ever wherein no convention work of this that the druggists themselves regard You have a standing Invitation to dome character haa heretofore been introduced to my store aud inspect the line thor- Â¬ We hope for and urge a good attendance oughly The line embraces all that is Following ia the program Devotional of the most stylish which is worn by the lo t jo a m OrganizationexercUc Muile most fashionable women of the laud Iteport from officer am Gome while everything is new and for ii of Cod Liver Oil with Hypophotvj Mutlc Adjourn ant be satisfied with your purchase 1 p m ooc4 phites of Lime and Soda as the Tbe Quallrlcaiion of a good Sup crfntendent Green W Ucard thla season Miss Judith Miller standard and the purchaser who Tho Teacher Responslhlli 1pm desires to procure the standard MiwSallleRkhardjoa tie Mrs A lateen residing at 720 Henry Mutlc because he knows it has been of St Alton III suffered with sciatic rheu t 30 pm County Organisation It work Itaneedi It claim should for one untold matism for over eight months SI e r N DHuy instant benefitof taking not rtofc of the think Punctuality it Importance doctored for it nearly the whole or ths J p u Andrew Crawford using some untried prepaÂ¬ time lifting various remedies recommend Miscellaneous limine Adjiurnmcnt ration The substitution ed by frleuda and was treated by physi Â¬ V O B4MA0I County Superlntendeet of something said to be cians bat received bo relief She then 44 Children like Jt it saves their Uvea just as good a stand Â¬ cued one and a half bottles of Chamber ard preparation twsaty lalaa Pain Balm which effected a eem we meH Oae Minute Cough Cure the Jlve year mi the market pleteeure This It publlebedat her re infallible remedy for eoughe colds croup sJKMUotbepranittdby qaeet aa the wants others similarly af Â¬ bronchitis grippe aad all throat aad tfe fotelalfeflt pwrchaatc flicted to know what cured her The 3C laBg troubles Short k Uayaee Be Nn yees at SCOTTS Emulate 60 seat site for aale by A R Flatt Â¬ aad 8e A bath with Cosmo that Mm awa aaet aah ar set tka wrapper er Owverport aad R A Sbellaua Soap exquisitely wealed to seoftring attt yxe aaat feoa alt draga fltanhewaiMtft COTT MWIIB CbeenUtt Mew Yetk beneficial Bold every wu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ good digestion sound sleep a fine appetite and a ripe old age are some of the results of the use of Tutts Liver Pills A single dose will convince you of their wonderful effects and virtue A CLEAR HEAD A Known Fact An absolute cure for sick head- Â¬ ache dyspepsia malaria sour stomach dizziness constipation bilious fever piles torpid liver and all kindred diseases Tutts Liver Pills GUSTON Fred A Bush went to tho city Sunda We missed Brandenburg items In last ll GIT IV m wmmmmmimmmi GIT 4aflsfljamr jbB weeks issue Tominle ConnilT has rone to Louls- Â¬ vlllo to livo with his grand mother Mrs Charley Stlth Misses Hattle Warfield and Nellie Brown were visiting here last Sunday Mr Gurley a Baptist theologue of Louisville made the Muoford family a short visit last week Mrs Bevle Miller haa been confined to her bed for several dayB with a very stubborn attack of fever Lightening struck a corn shock in the field of II L Bell during a hard rain and burned it completely up Prof Wilbuin Willett with sovoral of his neighbor boys of Buck Grovo were in town last Sunday on their wheels Cbas It Anderson has purchased that magnificent Ellington piano that was left with Misa Holon Pollock for trial Thero was a good attendance at the Kudeavor last Sunday night Glad to see so many taking an interest In the good work Thats What Uncle Sam said to the fiery Don Get off the American soil Monroe Doctrine I will enforce Said we to our large stoolc of spring goods which have had a set bock on account of the weather We are going to force them out now Is our chance You need some curtains here will be your chance to replenish I APE PIIDTAIN Lnuk fh UUniHinO nnuyour room ata small nexpense IllrRich patterns that once fwere In t If fin fiffira nf flnwr and ali nfur rrli ni fw tn Come and see line of baby can you ever saw rich In BABY HOODS The cutestvou miicm scarcn ine town over anu youlace and isuch prettyyauerns couiun unu a uciterlot Ihey wont stay with us long the price on them will soon make them bid us good bye GIT GIT Last week we spoke about shoes Since then we have received a lot of the Doug lass shoes They cant be beat In wearing quality they have no equal Easy Derfection than anv shoe on the market New inrlnir atvles now ready lor your Inspection See samples in window rn lrw nan Tear Thlscool clean floor covering QTR1W MATTINPQ lYIM I I lllUu erowsmoreDODular fach Year Already we have started the aale and the prospect bids tair for a general run on this goods Woyeo In many patterns and prices to suit every one make our stock the place for you to come lor your floor coverings httinirand nearer ClinrQ yllULOi uinAli Come to our storo when you want anything in house decoration We will take pleasure in showing you the goods and assist you In fixing up your rooms The Hon Gus W Richardson was in Frankfort last week it la said that he will move his family to that city in tho near future in order to give his children better educational facilities Mr Davis Ashcraft who married Misa Rosie Cowley last fall and went to Ore- Â¬ gon to reside havo recently gone to Mia eouri and their friends are expecting to see them here at their old home in Ken- Â¬ tucky before long Here is an item for tho boys to read Last winter Mr Nick Holt age about 70 years caught in his snares 102 rabbits one sheep four of his neighbors roosters one turkey gobbler several jay birds one possum and several field mice Of course he accldently caught all except the rabbits ThisBatno Mr Helt that the readers of this paper will readily call to mind as the one who in 1897 boasted over his neighbors because he had re- Â¬ ceived raoro for his rabita than the other fellow had for Ills tobacco crop mtmmsBmrmsssm 4gSSg543g Spring Beautiful Artistic Worthful SULZERS ii X Merchandise Just a hurried stroll through tho store and a cursory survey of tho displays will bring to light many interests marvelously tempting THhe trade spirit pervades the aisles Tnjfte8 that aro peculiarly desirablo abound Every avail- Â¬ able shelf and couD3f space is enriched with t LODIBURG Farming alow too much rain War is the leading subject now Health is good in this community Boat riding and fishing is the order of the day W H Hardin went to Louisville Sue day Mr GuaGJlusoK of Cloverport was in our town last Monday Lena Adklsaon la visiting her aunt Iya Johnson near Garfield thla week A M Hardin haa quit the store and gone into the farming business in ear ness JPhA whole store is lovely as a flower Novel and brilliant fliiese warm April days creations of personal and domestic adornment bargains and utility fairly charm tho economic soul and aesthetic taste of the frugal and practical Ex- Â¬ ceptionally beautiful lino in French Organdies black and wash goods The regular County Convention haa been fixed for the first Saturday in June at Pleasant Grove Mrs Sam Payne aud daughter of Stephensport are visiting the family of Austin Parks this week Mr Henry Johnson of Garfield and Rolble Hardin were visiting friends and relativea in Sample last Sunday Preaching at Walnut Grove next Sat- Â¬ urday and Sunday by our new pastor All come out and hear Bro Lewis him For a perfect complexion and a clear healthy akin use Cosmo Buttermilk Soap Sold everywhere Specials in Womens Shoes MEYER MEYER S3SiSL53fcja EXHIBIT OR Millinery Grand This Season IN BURAS KY 53S3 e Acknowledged by all For OASTOBIA il situr Unlit ftVaB4aeVS VtfJl r CUeAtM -- ka-yyfci S7 j il-- list iTiry Best Fruits Soft Drinks and Bread Â¬ Just as Good Scott 9 Emulsion WANTS SALE Cheap fivo inwi and pie and lx ihcau Thoroughbred Poland China pedi Â¬ greed and tubject to rrgiitry Herbert lleard Hurdinihurg SALB or exchange for land note or live nock on houie and lot In the town of Clover it Ky dluated on the river near Gregory o Said property I In good rrpalr warenouie Vie Hoberuon For luther particular addre Glendeane aell lubricating oil talrman WANTED mpla on tocommlulon Ilbcral Pattern Hats Childrens Hats Infant Hats Sailors Exquisite selectin of Ribbons Flowers Flumes and Straw Braid erm The Euclid Od Company Cleveland Ohio One cow color white long keen horp Anyone knowing her whereabtuta will Inform Jo Garrett FOK SALB condition Apply at Fisher Schubert piano upright grand In lricea Jo original colt fjoo drug atora for Intormatlon lying In nne and well Im Â¬ A of 186 acrea FOK SALBa halffarmilarduuburg and of proved Termeeaay Elegant Assortment of Trimmings Mrs II John BAKERY paxsiMxiiittixiioMxi V G Babbage Agent rBAMSTEHS 1 ATTENTION tcuna and wagon want levrral to haul log all tprlnganduimmcr Call on meat once Harry Monroe Kirk Men in every county to act a Dctectivea under iaatructlon Ex perlence unnecessary Addret Universal Detec the Agency Indianapoll Ind V Duncan Kr Â¬ fr April 12 1808Pear Sir I will write you a few Hnea m I am several Bailee All person knowing themselves NOTICE to the undersigned either by note In Â¬ away from my old home However I or aciount will plcara call and arrange same Our can hear from home every week throegk old business roust be settled W can be found at your weleomed paper I did set eare o the store of Heston Willis Co W H Howmer Son roach for it wbea at home hut It U the SMledbM for laying a brick first thlBK read after gelBg to the peet BtlDSWANTOB the cauntj via be reÂ¬ ottea You are rarely geUlag a hvetle Stone curbing and tft work oU ia every particular Caa oa or 4-- at yeureelf bMlg aa eight page routy drea an at Haritiniturtr for plena aad icseKcan C X Maw tM awtuewM Vrxsr Huwote With Cmaatata ore oojUtipatleei Iomtm iTSr haw WANTED The Newt HIMy Appreciate D Bamuub Olovibi obt BUiik HP n i 1K HuuunaiwxwirtllMl Ine eottatry I have aee and aoaM bed txxtatry Tbe wheat eroe m Am m etxtld be la Oftat oMaty ad one man told rue he sowed fifty bushels of wheat laat year and sold 1600 worth off of that They have so much corn they cant Had cribbing room and jost pile it down oa the ground aud will Mil it for 18 cflnte per bushel Cattle is high here eews sell for 35 to 15 and very common Twe of yoar panen come te oer otfea You can chasee John Taufs paper from Wayaolca O K T t IMvldere Kaas Find ln eeetl ft aetata for tbe extenti ef UuM esrewths ee Jehu R Tsuis patter to eneegh erf this I wiUataa tot to V M fcww ia the fall I rMin Yours Bao w a N StTHK BHROKRNRIDQR Sreckenridge news WEDNESDAY APRIL 20 1898 n oikmwmmtfmWiiMrt- - NR8 OIaOVKHLPO PRE DIGESTFO PELLVILLE Deferred from last wdek GARRETT Born to the wife of John Osborne April 8 a fine girl Mrs Sallie Burcb gavo a quilting Mon- Â¬ day which was well attended Miss Ida Bell Sbacklett is spending this week with Miss Lillle Sipes Miss Lula Crutcher who Is teaching music at Buffalo was at homo a few days last week Mr and Mrs D W Burch gavo a party Monday night which nas well attended Garrett was well represented at St Martins Sunday to attend Easter services Mrs D S Roberts and son Dave of Ekron spent Friday night with Mrs Laura Burch J O Orutcher went to Vine Grove Sunday to accept a clerkship in Mr Greens store Misses Alice Tindall and Ora Legrand spent Friday the guests of Miss Adams at Stiths Valley The telephone line will soon be com plete from here to Big Spring which will give us direct communication with Har- Â¬ din and Breckenridge counties A COMMERCIAL CONVENTION AMeetlRfthatlsiMdHMlU taeky ta the Freak Brhm Ken JEWS The Most Can DftMur it -- pd Bee Spencer went to Whitesville Wed Â¬ nesday John Long of Lewlsport was here TIMELY TOPICS IISCUSSED BY LEADERS It It an iMtaajaMMtjgrjKsMi of Aott Thursday 4tef IsrarmaUsitfiud Rete Lane of Lyonia was here Wed Â¬ The State Convention which will be inu lut nesday night held in Louisville on May 11 and 12 is 0 Prof William Powers has a fine girl a move in the right direction The busi Â¬ May Keip Hlmseir Well Informed Wlli baby at his bouse ness men o Kentucky should get to gother out Wasting Valuable Mrs Thomas Jett who has been sick Prominent business and nrofenalonal so long is able to be up Time men from every section o the 8late will rr Adams Hawes went to Louisville MonÂ¬ 12tK gather at Louisville May 11th and day to buy his spring goods Monday to attend the State Commercial Conven- Hoods Barsaparllla and my hands con- Â¬ High water kept items from here going A revolutionary movement Jws been ffrtn Thta rnmlnff tritralhnr ni rrm hrfllfi tinued to Improve and now they aro per Â¬ saparilla ore spread through families to the News week betoro last nlppedTln the budln Colombia and energy of the State can not help but fectly healed My little boy Is strdnir and If tho lifo stream is purified ut its Rev Marcus Voyles of Arkansas John Meyers Is In Jail in Louisville result in great good to the old Common- Â¬ healthy Hoods Barsaparllla has given sourco or immediately when evidence preached here last Wednesday night for burning John Watsons barn My me strength to do my housework wealth of impurity first appears much suffer Â¬ The treasurer of tho Tennessee Cen- Â¬ Rev Webster McDanlel of Rueeell husband has taken Hoods and says ing will bo avoided Tho beneficent We understand that the business men wms tennial company Is said to bo flOp ville preached here last Sunday night as essential in the family as flour work of Howls Snrsaparilla for young of Louisville have made arrangements Prospeb Antoine Box 23 Justus Pa women wives mothers and little ones to royally entertain the business aud pro- Â¬ short Green Earleys family and relation Get Hoods and only Hoods David B Lewis of Newark O was of all ages has won the highest praise fessional men of Kentucky who will at Â¬ gave him a fine birthday dinner Thurs Â¬ Indicted for practicing medicine with- Â¬ tend the State Commercial Convention out authority day to bo held in that city on May 10 and 12 Theo Helm had one of his hands bad- Â¬ A broken rail ditched a passenger The State Commercial Convention train near St Louts and several pas Â¬ ly lacerated on a nail Monday of last which will be held in Louisville on May sengers were injured week SIXTEEN YEAE8 11 and 12 will bring together many of Robert Parker and James Cummlnga V M Moseley and Estell Berry attend Bo suro to got lioous Americas Greatest Modicino becauso it cures when nil others fall for fought a duel in Chattanooga and Cum- Â¬ the best business men of Kentucky ed Presbytery at Ilayncsyllle Satuiday His Wife Had Been a Chronic Invalid the purpose of devising ways and means mlnga was fatally shot and Sunday Cured at last for developing the hidden wealth as well Tho czar presented the Prince of W A Brown and family Mrs Mary as advertising to the world the natural Montenegro with on Easter gift of 30 000 repeating rifles and 25000000 car- Â¬ Miller aud A J Skinner and wife visited advantages of the State Mr J T Scott Cherokee Texas in at M Moseleys Sunday There in no reason why Kentucky tridges writing to Dr Hartman stated I had Benjamin Huffman 60 a farmer liv Â¬ It is remarked here often that the should not be the center of attraction for nun W Va fell from Ureckknridok Nans is the best home kidney disease for about fifteen years capitalists seeking investment in the ing near Plum and bad got so bad that I could hardly South Her lands are fertile and her tho top of a wagon load of hay and paper coming to this office get about and could not perform any broke his neck dying Instantly climate good We believe that the State The cold spell of last week killed all kind of labor I had tried quite a num- Â¬ Saturday Commercial Convention which will be the peaches some of the apples and in Â¬ ber of doctors and bad taken nearly a William J Barry 48 comedian is is held in Louisville May 11 and 12 will re- Â¬ wagon load of patent and proprietary jured the oats and wheat here Brooklyn sult in plans that will let the outside dead in announced I CL I medicines but continued to gradually Everything here denotes better times that Oladstone Is It Is world know about the good things we slightly Improved There is going to be a war right in this town and we will be in the thickest of the in the near future and but for the drouth grow worse Also my wifo had been an have to offer them fight from the jump We are lined up strong on everything and will always have a Two slight earthquake shocks wore last year we would all now be wallowing Invalid for about sixteen years and you The State Commercial Convention doubtless remember when I wrote you felt In San Francisco complete stock of HAMILTON BROWN OOS FAR FAMED BOOTS and SHOES in plenty will make an earnest eflort to extend about her there was hardly ever a day Herbert Morris son of Nelson Mor- Â¬ which we buy for cash If you want to get the benefits of this fight call on Dr Earley of Knottsvllle and Mike to en- and improve our country roads that she could sit up all day We tried ris of Chicago Is dead Stephens Jr of this place were made banco the value o agricultural products a great many remedies bat neither of us Congressman Charles Curtis has been by diversifying our products and consid- Â¬ renominated in tho First Kansas dis- Â¬ Master Masons at the last meeting of the was ever benefited only temporarily till lodge hero ering the best means for reaching the trict we began taking your and Man-a-ll- n Notwithstanding that nearly evtry worlds markets John Wanamaker has nptlfled the as instructed in your letters to us Subjects and Speakers secretary of war that ho will raise a farmer here is out of feed preparations It has made a healthy man of me I I Kentuckys Advantages leogrphlral ell regiment and go with them to fight are being made for the largest crop ever never felt better in my life and my wife i ana J btoddaid mate and soil llenry wateron Spain planted here jonnson j oumriue is almost like a different person she is a Our agricultural opportunities and needs Tho St Louis St Paul Paris and P Johnson and M S Scovl r Ii xtngtoti Ky Herbert Bennett and Estell Berry had bo much better The is the EKRON opportunities and reeds J T New York of tho American line are to a general smashup on their way from 3 Our Industrial Martindale Poultry Yaids most wonderful medicine I ever saw Rallard and Col Andrew Cowan Louisville John bo chartered instead of purchased by II Atikinson Barlmgton Hawesviile last Saturday Their pony for la grippe it is a sure cure I know Jas Mitchell and wife were in Louis-Â¬ 4 The best system of State and local taxation the navy department fudge Alex I llumphrey Louitville refused to pull reared up and fell back this and have had my neighbor to try ville Monday EGGS FOR SALE Friday 5 How may capital be bet attracted to and on the buggy breaking it up most profitably employed in Kentucky Col Doug it The American consulate was attack- Â¬ yard of the fdlrwing brecdi Buff M Atherton Louisville Mrs 8 M Wrath or visited at Jolly Ihael 1 las Putman Ashlind Hundreds of similar testimonials may Tho Pellville Moot Olub is attracting Cochins 6 Immigration the best method of encouraging ed In Barcelona Spain P Hocki I C I Games Light week desirable immigration Hon J C b Hlackburn be found in a little book entitled Facts Station last Ilrahmas 111k Langtham Blk Minorcas b S Lulgl Mentrello murdered Giovanni attention here Some important bills M 11 Crump Howling D C Ci retn Ky Born April the 12th to the wife of R Hamburg S C I Leghorn Hggi from any Thosb 1ettit Oweiuboro Ky have passed one moving the State Capi- Â¬ and Faces which will be sent free to Lombard in New York Corporalioms usis and abuses a just discrimi of the above for 11 o lor i5 Imperii Pckln Drug Man- Â¬ A Ensor a little girl The Republicans of Oregon nominat- Â¬ tol here and one moving the Asylum any address by The nation the part of wisdom Clatence 17 McEIroy duck eggs same Imp Uromt Turkey eggs Bowling Green Henry Burntt Iaducah Ky Z T Cox visited his mother near governor from Hopkinsvlile here A bill was in- Â¬ ufacturing Company Columbus Ohio f I oo per doien Eggs shipped anywhere safe S Itallroads the grea est source of develop Â¬ ed T T JJeer for ly and none but real fresh eggs shipped All Stephensport Sunday ment and haw best to employ it John W Yerkes Spanish troops in Cuba are murder- Â¬ troduced last meeting proposing to tax Danville orders filled as soon as recehed My stock Is ing women and children during the the man in the moon but was laid on the Glad He Joined the Army Major J A Barrv of Cioverport was 9 Good roads esntlal in progress and pros as good as money can buy Address penty Gen Koy Stone Washington I C S A armistice table Fobt Hahbisom Helbna Mont April here last week attending court Dtnham Williamsburg Ky K C Kinkead and MUS M K MA11TIN G K Inhnson Louisville Professor Bernard C Courlaender a Every evening people rush to the post 1 08 Editor of the Breckembidok J II Bruner of Leavenworth Ind so Administration ol Justice its delays and veteran pianist and composer of wide Box 38 Greenville Kr costs John Vountf Urown Henderson Ky John Nkws This is tho most changeable visited here a few days last week reputation died at bis home in Balti- Â¬ oilice here to look at the dailies aud read W Lewis Sprit guild Ky climate I ever Baw Snow has been fall Â¬ war news They have nearly given up si Reform In commercial laws assignments Charlie Stith wife and daughter Nel- Â¬ more commercial I viper and mortgage liens It i Witt Henderwm j W G Welch Stanford Ky Henry W Hickman ex state railroad hope of war They want war not be- Â¬ ing for 30 days past and a fearful wind lie visited at Guston Saturday and Sun Â¬ A iiu tui storm follows in time suffering away the Vr edite the -settlement jUrboursvillclowK rranxiori ny james u commissioner and a prominent Demo- Â¬ cause human human demands it but snow then it is bo coldtoa blow can hardly day Huuimn man nature craves to crat was killed near Puzico Stoddard because restless D 8 Roberts and D W Burch were county Mo by a tree falling on him have something sensational going on all live out of doors Quiet a lot of xcite Prom a Methodist Pl Macher in Louisville Sunday to witness the ment prevails among the enlisted men John V Wood a member of the the time Olay City Ind Jan 12 ami game of base bail Pniladelphla Inquirer editorial staff We glory in McKinieys nerve in stav- Â¬ of our command several councils of war Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello III Misses Hal tie Warfield and Nellie Â¬ formerly held Important ed- ing off war if possible If it comes we are held each day and I am sure if the Brown Gentlemen It affords me great pleas- aiivlho READY MIXED were at Guston Sunday the itorial puvittlons on newspapers In Chi- Â¬ will not sutler plans could be put to work Spain would but some other mothers ure to speak in praise of your most ex- Â¬ cago died suddenly guests of Miss Helen Pollock sons will some ones children will bo be completely demolished by tho first of cellent medicine I have suflered quite Thursday orphans and some body wil die May Americana are the most inventive peo a great deal from sirk headache the re-Â¬ The liquor law In Alaska is openiy madeiH We have only four companies of about on earth To them have been issued Wai the science of barbarians as ha sult of sedentary habits and sluggish liv- violated sixty men each but they are bo well nearly 000000 patents or more than one er and bowels Your remedy corrects Mrs Antonio Terry of Paris has been poleon said bo let ui laaxiviliz d and en CENTRAL PAINT AND RAILWAY SUP PlY lightened people have no war if it can trained and disciplined they can take third of all the patients issued in the these troubles and my headaches are stricken with paralysis rusinprat1 about fourSpaniardrvacrJ anuJilncceosa LOUISVILLE KY No discovery of modern yearn world stopped Fire destroyed the Abresch carriage possibly be avoided J U Uoonk ry could do more loathe American flag has mankind For sale by PAYNE Co Agents Cioverport Ky been of greater benefit to works In Milwaukee Wis Loss 80 Pastor M E Church I am real glad I AfneTthe army and I 000 fully insured than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Thousands of suflorers from grippe want my frlendqto fully understand I Diarrhoea Remedy or has done more to Now ia the time MARKET An explosion of nitroglycerin at REPORTS THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE have been restored to health by One am defending the noblest I anner that relieve J W Gralu and Stock Quotations For April IS pain and suffering overy 0110 Mannlngton W Ya resulted in the Minute Cough Cure It quickly enres ever floated insky and while I serve Vaughn of Oakton Ky York lilUJlJJJlIlJi should take a death of three men senate killed the coughs colds bronchitis pneumonia the cause I serve it honorably and faith Â¬ used Chamberlains Colic Bays I have Ileef Knmlly New 00U 75 extra mess Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be The Massachusetts 11 Cholera and to bill providing for the free transporta grippe asthma and all throat aud lung fully as all truo and patriotic citiz ns 0 COtglO SO Cut meats 8 OOtfjO TS packed spring tonio Cured Diarrhoea remedy in my family for sev- Â¬ Ilckled bellies 4Vc pickled shoulders diseases Short Haynes have previously done and will do as the eral years aud find it to be the best strengthen the tion of bicycles on railroads pickled hams Lard ViHc Professor Charles Shields of tho years of continous changes roll on and medicine I ever used for cramps in the Western steam 3 45 Iork Old meat system and pre An Eminent New York Chemist and Scien- Â¬ Princeton Theological seminary has 0 60Q0 70 may every one be dllligent in bis duties KIRK stomach aud bowels For sale by A R pare for the extra been received Into the Episcopal Butter Western dairy 12S20oj creamtist Makes a Free Offer to Our is my earnest wish I am very Respt ery ltd Oc do factory lllSc Cheese Fisher Cioverport and R A Shellman demunds of Nuturo Every spring church yours Readers Fkbd Hodqes Btnte large Wa8c small 0tKc part Stephensport Frank Rhodes McDanlel was here The Republican congressional con- Â¬ tho system is thoroughly over- Â¬ sklnins full skims 23c Kggs The distinguished New York chemist State and Pennsj lranla mil 2c western Two years ago R J Warren a drug- Â¬ hauled thero ia u gonoral houso vention for the first Kansas district Monday ASHCRAFT T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ fresh lie three sessions and adjourned up- Â¬ Taylor Beard Hardinsburg was here gist at Pleasant Brook N Y bought a going on within Tho heldthe completion of the seven hun- Wtaent Jl 07 Coro 30c cleauiug Oats SOc ery of a reliable and absolute cure for on Monday UreOOc small supply of Chamberlains Cough impurities that have been accumu- Â¬ dredth ballot without change Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis Health good Dora Mattingly spent Saturday night Remedy He sums up the result as fol- Â¬ Pittsburg and all bronchial throat lung and lating for a year must be got- Â¬ Wednesday went to Guston Misa Ilettle Hendrlck 4 80a lows Cattle Choice S5 035 10 good At that time the goods were un chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal The rebellion in the Philippine ItU with Marcus Mattingly ten rid of and tho system renoÂ¬ shopping Saturday 6 00 tidy butchers S4 0S4 83 fair ft 40 John Skillman and sister Miss Daisy known In this section to day Chambe- Â¬ GO bulls affections general decline and weakness stags and cows 2ii50 vated and prepared for tho siege ands Is Increasing H T Cowley ana E B Ashcraft were iH rlains Cough Remedy is a household 3 00Q3 05 Hogs Yorkers mediums An exhibition of American machine Â¬ were here trading Monday loss of flesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ Unless Naturo ia as Â¬ ry has Brandenburg Friday of summer 3 UOQ3 05 fair S4 00 grossers 3 100 word It is the same in hundreds of in been opened in Lima Peru ing away will send THREE FREE BOT- Â¬ Harry Monroe spent Saturday and Sun Â¬ a 15 heavy 4 0Q4 10 rough 3 00U Miss Ida Nealufl of Highland visited sisted iu this task tho strain on Where ever the good communities Charles Repp G7 President McKln TLES all different of his New Discov-Â¬ 3 00 pigs S3 40413 05 day with ills parents at Beayer Dam Miss Sallie Basket Sunday 4 20JI4 33 good qualities of Chamberlains Cough RemeÂ¬ 4 10 Sheep Choice tho system is too severe and a leys cousin Is dead at Crawfordsvllle eries to any aflllcted reader of the Hksck Mrs W K Withers who has been dy become known the people will have commou 13 20U Mrs Gllmore of Texas visited her 4 10 fair S3 85S4 05 breakdown is tho result Some ina enridqk News writing for them 4 DOSS CO 8 70 lambs very sick we are glad to say is improve nothing else Tho Drummond Tobacco company For sale by A R Fisher brother J L Henry a few days this people noglect to supply this as Â¬ His New Scientific Troatment has Chicago v log Oloverport and R A Shellman Steph- Â¬ week sistance and as a result thoy are has sold out to the American tobacco Cattle Deeves S3 0033 25 cows and cured thousands permanently by its trust Lod Rhodes and Marcus Mattingly ensport Little Alene Cowley visited her holfers 2 104 45 Texas steers S3 003 timoly use and he considers it a simple ovorcomo by an onorvating deÂ¬ Three children wero suffocated In a were visiting relatives in Oloverport Fri Â¬ 4 50 grandparents Mr and Mrs JH Cow- Â¬ feeders western S3 D04J5 40 stockers aud professional duty to Buffering humanity Â¬ 4 20M GO pressed feeling their onoigies re fire In the resldenco of George pugan day and Saturday NOT ALWAYS UNDERSTOOD ley last week nogs Light S3 G3Q3 85 mediums S3 75 to donate a trial of his infallible cure lax appetito fails and thoy are In Philadelphia 3 G53 07 rougb S3 GSg MisaSusette Mattingly Hardinsburg Science daily develops new wondora A number from this place will attend 3 3 12 heavy Miss Emma daughter of Senator 70 A fact often overlooked or not often totally disabled for a season Sheep and Lambs Choice sheep Teller was married to G cor go E Tyler was tho guest of Misa Lena McGary Sat- Â¬ understood is that women suffer asmuch the ordination of Bro Sliuliu at Branden Â¬ 3 753 and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ Evorybody just now needs a tonio of Denver In Washington urday and Sunday last 4 75 fair Si 204 40 common 3 25 menting for years has produced results burg April 20th from distressing kidney and bladder 4 10 eiports S3 00 choice lambs S4 MQ and Swifts Spocifio as beneficial to humanity as can be Will and Jim Mattingly Misses Mag Â¬ Since the sudden departure of City Mr and Mrs Henry Dugan and Mr 0 00 trouble as men The womb is situated Clerk Doane of Columbus 0 worth- Â¬ gie Wheatloy and Mat tie Mattingly were Wheat si 00 Corn 306a Oats 25Jc claimed by any modern genius His as- Â¬ close to the bladder and Mrs G D Richardson dined with back of and very Hye 63c less checks havo been turned up sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ the pleasant visitors of Mrs Kobt Rhodes and for that reason any distress disease Mis N U Ashcraft Sunday tion aro curable in any climate is proven Sunday Tuesday Uutrulo tonio on the Pres Kennedy and wife were the guests manifested in the kid Â¬ or inconvenience is logically the best 4 154 70 shipping A mammoth natural gas well was by heartfelt letters of gratitude Cattlo -- Butchers filed Miss Am ie Head who has been visit Â¬ neys back bladder or urjnary passage is of their grandparents Mr and Mrs 4 50ifl4 80 best steers S5 30Q6 35 good in bia American and European laborator market Tho gonoral health needs struck at Daldwlnsvllle N Y ing relatives here for quiet a while will often by mistake attributed to female Robert Hendrlck labt Sunday cows an 1 heifers 13 S54 00 stockers and The low water In Lake Superior is return to her home building up hence a tonio is needed ies in thousands from those cured in all feeders S3 5U4 40 at Falls of Kougt weakness or womb trouble of some sort Davis Young went to Brandenburg on Hogs Yorkers S3 05Q4 00 roughs comparts of the world is eutiroly harmless S S S causlpg great damage to yessel owners Saturday that ia easily made and may bo business last Friday and visited hta mon to good S3 40ij3 GO mediums and The error Medical experts concede ttity bron- Â¬ The smallpox scare is Mld is puroly vegetable and is tho only dlesborougb Ky and the over at were heavies 4 17 pigs S3 4MJ3 CO Will Lafe and Alvin Withers Frank as easiiy avoided by setting urine aside daughter Mis Richard Willett chial chest and lung troubles lead to guards Sheep and Lambs Sheep extra 4 SOQ Rhodes aud Misses Leua McGary and for twenty four hours a sediment or blood romedy that is guaranteed released Consumption which uninterrupted Sam Dugan aud wife attended servi Â¬ 4 05 g wd prime 5 0015 10 common I means speedy and certain death to contain no potash moraury or John McDanlel a blacksmith at Ash Â¬ Annie Head were the guests of Mlsa settling Is evidence that your kidney and ces at this place Sunday and were the 3 G03 00 choice lambs 15 00U 00 Simply write to T A Slocum M 0 bladder need doctoring If you have guesta of W H Ashcraft and family Cleveland otlior harmful minoral ingredient land was ground to pieces by a switch Lorena Mattingly Monday night nogs Yorken and light S3 80 mediums 08 Pine street New York giving poet Robert McGary Lafe Withers and pain or dull aching ia the back pass is Natures romedy boing made engine Rev T J Duvall filled his regular and bearles 13 00 stags and rough i 850 ofilce aud express address and tho free Dennis Clifford of Montreal was mur- Â¬ Misses Annie Head Annie Jolly and water too frequently or scanty supply 25 from roots and horbs gathorod dered and Joseph OMeara is charged Mattie Miller were the guests of Miues witli smarting or burning these are al appolutment at this place Saturday and 3 Sheep and Lambs Sheep 3 00Q4 50 medicinti will be promptly sent Suffer Â¬ ers should take instant advantage of his Sunday We were glad to Bee so many lambs 4 25QS 50 from Natures groat storehouse It with the crime so convincing proofs of kidney trouble Lena and Maggie McGary Sunday present Cattle Steers S3 0OS4 GO heifers 3 00 generous proposition of The oldest Bible in the country Js thoroughly oleansos tho blood If you have doctored without benefit try Marcus and J 0 Mattingly Will With 3 60 cows and bulls It IM33 53 Please tell the Doctor that you sit his Thomas at all impurities tones up the gon owned by the Epworth league old Upper err Si Miller and Misses Lorena and Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kid Â¬ prosperity Ditto says that McKinloy offer In the Brkckknridojc News Sandusky O It ia 285 years ClaclnnuM struck him last Saturday ney remedy The mild and extraordin eral health renows the appetite Corn No 3 Wheat Ne 3 red 08c The proposition at Morgantown W Susette Mattingly and Annie Head were will surprise you It stands morning His fine Holatienecow pre Â¬ mixed 32cv Oats No 3 mlted 20c Ry Verdict for tlio now lifo and vigor to Va to change the county seat from pleasant visitors at J F McGrays last ary effect and imparts sented htm with twin calves 63c the highest for its wonderful cures If Sullivan Ind April 15 The Jury In Saturday night Beverly to Elklns was refused Daugorou S3 02 Bulyk meats a 25 Bacon system Lard tho entiro you take a medicine you should take the McAtee Hcap damage suit returned Everett Lewis Marcus and Jim Matt Rev Frederick Conrad for get 0 OU A little boy asked for a bottle of typhoid fever and other prevalent many years editor WilliamLutheran Ob- Â¬ ting y Oscar Brown a verdict for the defendant Mrs Mc the best At druggists fifty cents and Cattle 13 734 75 IIogs 13 1033 80 of the and Misses Ella morning as fast as you can Bbeep S7 754 60 Ateo the plaintiff alleged attempted one dollar Yoa aaay have a sample bot upiu the summer diseases soldom attaok a server Is dead in Philadelphia Sheeran Mary and Jennie Mattingly the druggist recognised a household Improper conduct from Heap aud ask- Â¬ llnston whoso system ia thoroughly Hon W J Bryan declined to lead a were the guests of Misses Millie and tle and pamphlet both seat free by mail same for De Witts Little Early Risers person ed 120000 damages Heap is a Dual Wool Ohio fleeces X and above SOQ37o upon reeejpt of three twe eeat stamps to Methodist congregation in prayer at Rosa Sheeran Sunday eleansed and and gave him a bottle ol those famous XX 20c XX and above 80c delaine 30 asa man of Faraersburk cover eoat of pottage oa the bottle Mineral Spring Ind oa Easter Sun Â¬ No 2 comb Â¬ 30o Meaara Will and Jim Mattingly Chart Meatioa the BaaCKanaiBaa News and little pills fpr constipation sick headache ejaic No 1 combing teaed up with day ing 30c liver and stomach troubles Short A lie Sheeran Will Withers and Misses aead your address to Dr Kilmer A Oo It la a great leap from the old faahioaed 8 S S in the Toledo drp of blue BASM and nauseous physios T lirty flve years make a generation Loreae and Susette Maltlnuly Lena and K Y The prowletefs ol this paper Haynes gpriag Get S Cont SlHe Otts 27V4 Wheat It Oft tn the pleasant little pills known as De Rye 53V4c Clorrwed S2 M That Is how loBg Adolph Fisher of Zn Mangle McGary Annie Head Mattie guarantee tha Keaalaeaeaa of this offer andbepre ITOXIXA Witts Little-- Early Risers They oare esvllle O suffered from piles He was1 and Maggie Mattingly attended church VbtM- Multlmera few Sold by all To Car CotutluatbMi Vtvvr constipation sick headache and bDiow cared by aeJag three boxes of DeWltt4 at St Marys Palm Sunday and ware tha my Mutter Faaay wtaurj aiQSa Utl Take Cuert Candy Cvbaita 10o or tto Short A Hayaaa sMas eaeata of Miss A sale Jolly rw la Witefa Haael Salve Short Hayaea H a O C 111 to 9trjirmm rWa4 OJJyspcplic - Huge Reid baa gone to Maeonvilie Charles Day baa been very eick lately George Bartlett baa moved back to town From generation to generation tho and Is nnothcr gom In Its crown taint of linpuro blood is transmitted Americas Greatest Medicine For lustration ploaso read this letter and in tho snmo way the bonoflcial blood purifying effects of Hoods Bar- - Mothers Experience il- Â¬ A The end of one of my fingers began to Itch and soon thero was a collection of watery blisters under the skin which broke and discharged a watery sub Â¬ stance and the flesh became Inflamed around my finger nail It kept getting worse and spread toward the knuckle Then I began doctoring tor poison using carbollo acid for a wash and putting on poultices The sore did not get any better however and soon It appeared on the next It pained flngcr and continued to spread me so much I could not do my housework I was given a prescription for salt rheum but found it hurt my nursing baby and I stopped taking it Tho disease then appeared around the nails on every one of my fingers and my suffering was ter- Â¬ rible I could not attend to my boy and was advised to wean him but 1 hesitated about this as ho was puny and his digestion was poor At thU time I concluded to try Hoods Barsaparllla and Hoods Pills Before I had fiulshcd the first bottle of Hoods Snrsaparilla I could see a difference In my boy he was more ns qafot and getting better When I bad taken two bottles of Hoods Barsaparllla and a box of Hoods Pills 1 found my hands getting better I kept on with i V 4 1 lls H Hoods Sarsaparilla War Declared IDA the insurrection SPAIN Has done her level bestinto crush toJtmJr But the mighty I bound spirit of L IDCDTV O sTl I prevail Pt-ru-- L QEO YEAKEL BRANDENBURG KENTUCKY Co vS 1 Pe-ru-- 1 Â¬ Pe-ru-- Â¬ USE INDEX Â¬ Â¬ HOUSE- - FANTS Gr 78c fWnirmir1 that lliimvMiiM Â¬ 45c -- SSSrfteBlood Â¬ It s Â¬ i- - Â¬ la 88 2C5ST