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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m 4a2aP 7W aaiiiiiiiBMaaaAMM I -- A JB i liBM- - i in uAILv a THP NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY Royal VOL XXII CLQYUJKPOItT MAY 11 1898 NO 43 KLw IP Ife - NO SPANISH Manilla Bay FLAG In uiaPTlr v 2flK Now Flutters In the Breeze r NO SPANISH WARSHIP THERE Brave Commodore Dewey Is In Supreme Command 0LD GLORY FOUND A NEW FIELD No Red or Yellow Ensigns Are There to Bid Defiance re greatest victory evftc won Every Vessel of tlieSpnnlsh Fleet Either Destroyed or Captured nnd the Cavite Arsenul Surrenders Loss of Life on the Spanish Side Wad Heavy While on the American Side Not a Life was Lost and Only Eight Men Were Slightly Wounded Remember the Maine was the Battle Cry Which Rnng Out for Defiance nnd Revenge Manilla at the Mercy of the Fleet and Can Be Taken at Any Time 1 Washington May 9 The following dispatches have been received hero from Commodoro Dewey FIRST DISPATCH Manilla May I Squadron arrived at Manilla at daybreak this morning Immediately en- Â¬ gaged the enemy and destroyed the following Spanish vessels Relna Christina Castilla Don Antonio de Ulloa Isla de Lu zonIsli de Cuba General Lezo Marquis de Duero Correo Ve lasco Isla de Mindanao a trans- Â¬ W - r It port and a water battery at Ca- Â¬ vite The squadron is unin- Â¬ jured and only a few men are slightly wounded Only means of telegraphing is to American consul at Hongkong I shall communicate with him Pi m it U tfv DEWEY SECOND DISPATCH Cavite May 4 I have taken possession of naval station at Cavite Philippine islands and destroyed the fortifications Have destroyed fortification at bay entrance paroling the gar- Â¬ rison I control the bay com- Â¬ pletely and can take the city at any time The squadron is in excelent health and spirits The Spanish loss is not fully known but is very heavy One hundred and fifty were killed including captain on the Reina Christina alone I am assisting in protecting Spanish sick and Two hundred and wounded fifty sick and wounded in hos- Â¬ j pital within our lines Much citement at Manilla --Will pro- Â¬ tect foreign residents ex- Â¬ wounded suffered oTily slight Injuries Commodore Dewey arrived off Ma nlllabay Saturday night April 30 and decided to enter the bay at once With all its lights out the squadron steamed into Bocagrande with crews at the guns This was the order of tho squadron which was kept during the whole time of the first battle Tho flagship Olym pla the MqQulIoch tho Baltimore the Raleigh the Petrel the Concord the Boston It was Just 8 oclock a bright moon- light night But the flagship passed Corregldor island without a sign being given that the Spaniards were aware Mnt until fhn flnir nf lfn nnnrfinVh ship was a mile beyond Corregldor was a gun flred Then one heavy shot went Bcream Ing over the Raleigh and another at the Olympla followed by a second which fell farther astern The Raleigh the Concord and the Boston replied the Concords sheila exploding apparently exactly inside the shore battery which fired no more Our squadron slowed down to barely steerage way and the men were al- Â¬ lowed to sleep alongside their guns Commodore Dewey had timed our arrival so that wo wore within five miles of tho city of Manilla at day- Â¬ break We then sighted the Spanish squad- Â¬ ron Rear Admiral Montejo command- Â¬ ing off Cavite Here the Spaniards had a well equipped navy yard called Cavite Arsenal Admiral Montejos flag was flying on the 3500 ton protected cruiser1 The protected cruis- Â¬ Relna Christina er Castilla of 3200 tons was moored ahead and astern to tho port battery and to seaward were the cruisers Don Juan de Austria Don Antonio de Ul- loa Isla de Cuba Isla de Luzon Qulros Marquis de Duero and Gon eral Lezo These ships and the flag- ship remained under way during most of the action With the United States flag flying at all their mastheads our ships moved DEWEY Washington May 9 Dy direction of the president Secretary Longsent the following cable dispatch to Commodore Dewey DEWEY PROMOTED Washington May 7 The president in the name of the American people thanks you and your officers and men for your splended achievement and overwhelming victory In rec- ognition he has appointed you acting admiral and will recom- Â¬ mend a vote of thanks to you Long by congress JIKin to the attack SJOKY IN DETAIL bay wildro h had his flrst expedience with torpedoes Not knowing how many more there might be ahead he still kept oh without faltering No other mines exploded however and it is believed the Spaniards had only these two in place Only a few moments later the shoro battery at Cavite Point sent over tho flagship a shot that nearly hit tho bat Â¬ tery in Manilla but soon tho guns got a better range and the shells began to strike near us or burst close aboard from both the batteries and the Span Â¬ ish vessels The heat was intense Men stripped off all clothing except their trousers As the Olympla drow nearer all was silent on board as it tho ship had been empty except for tho whir of blowers and the throb of the engines Sud Â¬ denly a shell burst directly over us From the boatswains mate at the after 5 lnch gun came a hoarse cry Remember tho Maine arose from the throats of 500 men at the guns This watchword was caught up in tur- Â¬ rets and flrerooms where every sea Â¬ man or fireman stood at his post Remember tho Maine had rung out for deflanco and revenge Its ut- Â¬ terance semed unpremeditated but was evidently In every mans mind and now that the moment had come to make adequate reply to tho murder of tho Maines crow every man shout Â¬ ed what was In his heart The Olympla was now ready to be Â¬ gin the fight Commodoro Dewey his Chief Staff Commander Lamberton and aid with Executive Ofllcer Lieu- Â¬ tenant Rees and Navigator Lieutenant Calkins who conned ship most ad Â¬ mirably were on the forward bridge Captain Orldley was in tho conning tower as It was thought unsafo to risk losing all the senior officers by one shell You may flro when ready Qrldloy said tho commodoro and at 41 min utes past 5 oclock at a distance of 650 yards fhe starboard 8 lnch gun In the forward turret Vdared forth a compliment to the Spanish forts Presently similar guns from the Bal- Â¬ timore and Boston sent 250 pound shells hurltlng toward the Castilla and the Relna Christina for accuracy The Spaniards seemed encouraged to flro faster knowing exactly our dis- Â¬ tance while we had to guess theirs Their ship and shore guns were mak Â¬ ing things hot for us Tho piercing scream of shot waa varied often by the bursting of time fuse shells fragments of which would lasbjthe water like shrapnel or cut our hull and rigging Ono large shell that was coming straight at the Olymplas forward bridge fortunately fell within less than 10 feet away One fragment cut tho rigging exactly over the heads of Lamberton and Rees Another struck the bridge gratings in lino with It A third passed Just under Commodore Dowoy and gouged a hole In the deck Incidents like this were plentiful Our men naturally chafed at being exposed without returning Are from all our guns but laughed at danger A fow and chatted good humoredly nervous fellows could not help dodging mechanically when shells would burst right over them or close aboard or would strike the water and pass overhead with tho peculiar splut- Â¬ tering roar made by a tumbling rifled projectile Still the flagship steered for tho cen- Â¬ ter of tho Spanish line and as our ships were astern the Olmpla received most pt tho Spaniards attention Owing to our deep draught Commo- Â¬ dore Dewey felt constrained to change his course at a dlstanco of 4000 yards and run parallel to the Spanish col umn Open with all guns he said and tho Bhtp brought her port side boarlng The roar of all the flagships 5 lnch rapid flrers waa followed by a deep dtapson of her turrot 8 lnchers Soon our other vessels were equally hard at work and we could see that our shells were making Cavite harbor hotter for the Spaniards than they had made the approach for us Protected by their shore batteries and mado sate from close attack by shallow water the Spaniards were In a strong position They put up a gallant makti the food pore wholejom and dttktoa Cm EgjjBK qgjB qKI Triumphant Deerings Lead the Way It3 POWDER Absolutely Pure oyu hkiho rowDtn co ntw yoiik DEERING Binders Mowers and Reapers had Roller and Ball Bearings five years before they were adopted by others They will always lead the procession as they have in the past passing tile flagship and cheering lustily Our ships remained beyond range of the onemyL guns until 1050 oclock when the signal for close action again went up The Baltimore had the place of honor In tho lead with tho flagship following Tho Baltlmoro began firing at the Spanish ships and batteries at 1110 The Spaniards replied very slowly and tho commodoreslgnalled the Raleigh tho Boston tho Concord and tho Pe- Â¬ trol to go Into tho Inner harbor and destroy all the enemys ships By her light draught tho littlo Pe- Â¬ trel was enabled to move within 1000 yards Here firing swiftly but accu- Â¬ rately she commanded everything still flying the Spanish flag Other ships were also doing their Whole duty and soon not one red and yellow ensign remalnod aloft except on a battery up tho coast The Spanish flagship and the Cas- Â¬ tilla had long been burning fiercely and tho last vessol to be abandoned was the Don de Ulloa which lurched over and sank Then the Spanish flag on tho arsenal staff waa hauled down and at half past 12 oclock a white flag waa hoist- Â¬ ed thore Signal was made to the Pe- Â¬ trel to destroy all the vessels In tho Inner harbor and Lieutenant Hughes with an nrmed boats crew set fire to tho bon Juan do Austria the Marquis du Ero tho Isla do Cuba and tho Cor- Â¬ reo Tho large transport Manilla and many tug boats and small craft fell into our hands Capture or destroy Spanish squadron were Dowoys or- Â¬ ders Never wcro Instructions more effectually carried out Within seven hours after arriving on the scene of action nothing remained to be dono -- DEERING IDEAL BINDER Peering Improved Sfeel Binder Ttoack finer junermk real improvementa than any other machines mado and are right up to date in every respect yttT Tflpkil MriWPk that knives The only mower ing tho team with Roller and Ball Bearings serrated ledger plateg adju8tablc dra bar ftnd Bliear cutting bo drawn at a slow walk or started in any crop without back Â¬ can are as mucn a ftdvanco of other machines as are Der- ing Binders Mowers and Reapers r TJceilTI H TFTrLV R 3 IreS Just Received a car load of Deering machinery and twine which we will sell at rock bottom prices Farmers should see our stock before buying J W PATE JAS DEAN McQuady Ky TOmVADEOuBA Thounand Bleu to lie Seut Ornr nt Once Washington May 9 Cuba Is to be Invaded at once Between 60000 and 80000 American troops are to be land- Â¬ ed there without delay They will wear the uniform of tho Eight light The Spanish ships were sailing back and forth behind the Castillo and their fire too was hot Ono shot struck the Daltlmore and passed clean through her fortunately hitting no ono Another ripped up her main deck disabled a 6 lnch gun and exploded a box of 3 pounder am Â¬ munition wounding eight men The Olympla was itrucki abreast the gun In the wardroom tiy a shell which burst outside doing little damago The signal halyards were cut from Lieutenant Brumbys hand on the after bridge A shell entered the Bos- tons port quarter and burst in Ensign Dodrldges stateroom starting a hot Are and fire was also caused by a shell which burst In the port- - hammock net Â¬ ting Both these fires were quickly put out Another shell passed through the Bostons foremast Just in front of Captain Wildes on the bridge After having made fpur runs along he SftaalBh line ftadtng the chart in- correct Lieutenant Calkins the Olyra- plas navigator told the commodore he believed be could take the ship Hearer the enemy with lead going to The watch the depth of the water flagship Btarted ovor the course for the fifth time running within 2000 yards of the Spanish vessel Three of the essays vessels were seen burning and their Are slackened On finishing this run Comwodere Dewey decided to give the sea break fast as they had been at the gM m hours with only oae ewo U sain sustain them Actios asnsia jhajaia rarlly at VM otsf Um Mc United States and they will not return until they have defeated the Spanish Liverpool May 7 Steamers from forces on the Island and the American flag floats proudly over Huvcna as It the Canary Islands report that the does over the ruins of Cavlto fortress American consul at Las Palmas left suddenly with plans of tho harbor Jn Manilla harbor Is the idea of the military ad- Â¬ There are 12000 Spanish troops In This visers of the administration and the Oram Canada alone The authorities aro pushing forward the fortifications president has approved the plans making desperate efforts to raise reve- Â¬ The flrst section of the army to in Â¬ vade Cuba will be the 15000 or 18000 nue and taking British property with- Â¬ troops that aro now assembled at New out compensation Orleans and Tampa Madrid May 7 In the parliament Thnv are all regulars and most of Benor Moret minister for the colonies them are men who havo aeon actual confessed that ho did not believe until fighting on the plains They are sea- Â¬ tho very last that the United States soned disciplined effective would risk a war with Spain and for They will be followed at once by an Â¬ that reason Spain was not prepared for other army of 50000 volunteers who war He said sho had made a desperate will bo concentrated at southern ports bluff but the Yankees had boldly called as quickly as the trains can carry them her and will be transported as fast as the necessary ships can bo collected Senor Polo was Toronto Mny 7 It Is estimated that It will take at seen recording tho report that he had least 300 vessels to carry this Immense army to Cuba Nearly everything that floats has already been secured by tho THE NEW WAY government and Sunday the wires were hot in all directions directing T70MEN w to think usedÂ¬ contracts to be closed In all tho princi fe male diseases pal seaport town could only bo Other details of tho great expedition treated after lo havo been arranged Within 48 hours c a 1 examina Â¬ tions by physi Â¬ there will be 2000 wagons at Tampa Dread of cians and 12000 mules Several hundred am- Â¬ such treatment bulances will also be hurried to Tampa kept thousands of Key West May 9 Tho Vlcksburg and cutter Morrill chased a Spanish boat into Havana harbor and were fired upon by tho forts Both ships had very narrow escapes each being struck by small shot It was a trick of the Span lords to have the ships enter the harÂ¬ bor Key West May 9 Interesting details are being added to tho story of the en- Â¬ trance of the French frigate Dobour dleu Into Havana It Is said that after the fleet released her she was seen transmitting heliograph signals to the Cuban shore Paris- - May 9 Commodore Deweys dispatches and the completeness of the American victory have grealiyt cha gria4tbe French prow wkMj has been aswrufc France that thf Aprl ca locked up JJfoiHlN bay modest women silent about their suffering The In- Â¬ of troduction VIna of Cardul has now demon Â¬ strated that nine tenths of all the cases of menstrual disorders do not require a physicians attention at all The simple pure crisis but no fears aro entertained for tho personal safety of the queen regent and her son It Is believed they will bo able to leavo Spain uninjured at a sultablo moment j j GREAT REMOVAL SALE About the 1st of July we expect to have our new store- Â¬ house completed and for the next 60 days we will offer goods at greatly reduced prices Â¬ i 4 PRODUCE TsKEH II UHSf M1RKET PH SHELMAN Irvingon Ky CO t been called to Madrid by the Spanish Two 4 rV ADMIBII DEWET xm W mleaa M Manilla J ftot one Spanish V ri v Philippine Islands May 9 flag flies In Manilla bay NoJ one Spanish warship floau except as our prize Moro than 200 Spanish dead and500 to 700 wounded attest the accuracy of the American fire the Commodore Dewey attacked Spanish position at Cavite Sunday aorning May 1 He swept Ave times along the line and scored one of the most brilliant successes in modern warfare That our loss Is trifling adds to the pleasure of victory without detracting troa its value The number of hlta tr vessels received proved how brave awl stubborn was the defense mado by tfc ImI1i forees Miraculous a it may appear none 9t our mo were killed and only eight ware wotuuUd Tbaae who were ttifi lUtlla Wu Fought and tha agulHceiit Vletorjr Wou by the Amer Squuilrnu In line ahead with a speed of eight knots first passing In front of Manilla where the action was begun by three batteries mounting guns powerful enough to send a shell over us at a distance of five miles The Concords guns boomsd out a reply to these batteries with two shots No more were flred because Commo Â¬ doro Dewey could not engage with these batteries without sending death and destruction Into the crowded city As we neared Cavite two very pow erful submarine mines were exploded ahead of the flagship This was six minutes past 6 oclock The Spaniards evidently bad mis Judged our position Immense vol- Â¬ ume of water were thrown high In air by these destroyers but no harm was done to our ships Commodore Dewey had fought with Farragut at New Orleans and Mobile Wnarii taken In the privacy of a womans own homo Insures quick relief and Women need not speedy cure hesitate now Vlne of Cardul reÂ¬ quires no humiliating examina Â¬ tions for Its adoption It cures any disease that comes under the head of female troubles disordered menses falling of the womb whites change of life It makes woman beautiful by making them wU It them young by keeping laant healthy COat Dm drug store Par aaVtea la smm reqolriftr special j j i j Jtw tanl A WLATI Ttir Bw O WCMW JUtfMZZkc r MVORZA yylhe Utft Iliad Yw Haw ImgW jm sjwmm jm aM KM laMM tamiftf mr Sl Jm 1 Mm aasSBajPSBBt Wk Mftt Wfc laMWy 6 armeiorof attmanl ChMUMaaklMCo I aaiBBBp 7 Ia th sAsA rifSJ AtW W I aMMsW HA turf Mis styat OaHul eateaalvaly Is I tats Win w anast aiMiUas say atastlaa aaa it is t government at the instance of Lord Church Salisbury He characterized the report Tuesday May U at 8 oclock a m a as absurd Senor Polo claims that t e double weddlnj occurred at Flaherty warhas only begun Meade county in St Martins Catholic Madrid May 7 In a powerful speech church Tho contracting parties were In the cortes Moret denounced the at- Â¬ Mr O L Wiseman of Itineyville to Mr tempt to make the crown responsible Miss Cynthia Biokett of Flaherty Joe BIckett of Flaherty to Miea Julia for the existing situation Ho defended Peak ol Rock Haven Tho ceremonies autonomy and appealed to the patriot were performed by Rev Father Neilmua Ism of the nation and chamber to assist Mr O D Wiseman comes from dis- Â¬ the government tinguished parentage and is prominently connected In business circles Mies Paris May 7 The seizure of the Uickett is one ol Meades comely young intensified bitter feeling ladies and her legion of friends wish Lafayette against the United States Angry ex- Â¬ them a blissful union Mr Joe BIckett pressions are hoard The United States of Flaherty lias won the confldenro of embassy is undr special police protec- Â¬ all as being a young man of high morals tion in view of possible hostile demon Â¬ and ranks beyond the average successful farmer Miss Peak is a young lady of strations rare ability and has many admirers in London Mn JrAnother plaintive Hock Hayen Those who attended woro s appeal has been mado to Great Britain Meagre O V Wiseman Harry L by the European powers to Induce her Wlieatley and MisseH Florence Cooper and Alma Brown to agree to Intervention In behalf pf Alter the nupltals they left for bpaln but she positively rotused to Louisville and thaaca to Ellxibethtown take part In nny such movement were they will be with relatives and friends Their frl sawls waak ttatr tyy Lata to bed and early to rkw jurepa m to be one of impjuasn mm a a bmw for his noma la Um akUa Early ptroas oae re and a LlHla Kariy Wh- - at H Coses that niakw life Vaaajaar aatd tatter sa4 UtaaUau wUef BfaeH A Maya is a Pretty Weddings Solemnized In the St flartlnd Catholic bi v 3 PSSS 1ft DEI Breckenridge Jm nmWJfSLW HMPUH News 11 HARDIN8BURQ will 47 Q Babbaje Edlton tad WEDNESDAY MAY fMjtlitri The Latest Gossip That Is Floating About The Countys Capital 1898 SIX PAGES The Genoral Conference o tbe M E church South Is in session at Baltimore Tiik grumbler must got out of tbo way and let those who want to push forward get along Cheap drugs at Witts Cheap paints at Witts A fine lot of laces at Witts Go to Witts and get your drugs Cheap patent mediclnos at Witts A large lot of paints and oils at Witts A new line of gents neckties at Witts A full line of family groceries at Witts A large lot of dry goods and notions at I Fl Loul L ber mini uate that mac bun turri day ol in m inc d mi bio def rid aty elc we rei B0 chl m it i fo flr tbi plj vt V A Wi bv lf - There is existing an idea among tho ladies in this city and throughout the county that in order to appear in the most fashionable style their millinery must come from the larger cities While the variety is greater still it isnt greater than the Btock carried by your leading milliner of this city When going to the larger cities to do your shopping you have limited time and are compelled to purchase hastily There the attention you should have is neglected and in all probability you return dissatisfied with your purchases The buying of a sum mer hat takes some little time and it Is to your own self interest to go where your individual taste is studied The leading milliner of this city is Mrs H V Duncan and your interests are hers Upon entering her emporium her first desire is to not let you leave without being thoroughly suited She has just arrived from the city with a most elegant line of goods pertaining to all branches of millinery She having had many years of experience in this special busi Â¬ ness gives her prestige over all of her competitors Should you call you are assured of a most cordial greeting wheth- Â¬ er anything is purchased or not There are some instances where it iBimposslble to come and make your own selection in It Is The Beit On Earth this case you can with perfect safety That is what Edwards Parker mer Â¬ write ber and the order will have prompt chants of Plains Ga says of Chamber- Â¬ attention lains Pain Balm for rheumatism lame back deep seated and muscular pains A Man Who it Tired Sold by A R Fisher Cloverport R A All tho time owing to impoverished Shellman Stephensport Diooo should take Hoods Sarsaparilla Lay Was Elected to purify and enrich the blood and clve Two Breckenridge county men were him vitality and vigor This condition of weakness and lack of pitted against each other in the mayoral Â¬ energy is a natural conuuence of tbe ty contest at Gas City Ind last Monday coming of warmer weather which finds They were J H Lay and R A Brashear tne system debilitated and tbe blood im Mr Lay was successful and came in with a plurality of 00 votes There were pure A good spring medicine Is a necessity two opponents in tho field with almost everyone Hoods SarsaDa- The Westfleld Ind News prints the rilla is what tbe millions take in tbe spring Its great power to purify and following in regard to an old resident of Frank McAvoy for many enrich tne blood and build up health id that race one of the facts of common experience years in tbe employ of the L N A A C Ry here says I have used Chamber- Â¬ lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea A BRECKENRIDGE EABLE Remedy for ten years or longer am May Perch la the Ward Room or the never without It in my family I con aided it the beet remedy of the kind man- Â¬ Battleship Kentucky ufactured I take pleasure In recom Â¬ It is a specific for all Mike Jungling foreman of the Hen Â¬ mending it derson Route shops at this place baa bowel disorders For sale by A R Fish Â¬ made a very valuable offer to the officers er Clovorport R A Skellman Steph Â¬ of the battleship Kentucky through ensport Governor Bradley Last summer Mr S M HearylPiersoa Mich writes Jungling succeeded in shooting a hand Â¬ DeWitta Witch Ilaxel Salve Is curing some grey eagle on the Fisher farm He had the noble bird mounted by tbe late more piles here to day than all other remedies combined It cures eczema natural and easy as Charlie Tight who besides being one of and all other skin diseases Childbirth hort thn beat railroad engineers on the road so many have said Dont be Successful Operation persuaded to use anything but was also a great naturalist and taxider Â¬ Haynrs II S English a prominent resident of mist The eagle with pinions outspread is the personification of victory and f Roberts Bottom was at Stephensport Saturday for the purpose of having a 11 would make a superb decoration for the ward room of the Kentucky tula removed The operation was pre- Â¬ It is thought that the commander of tbe formed by doctors James and Will Milin My wife suffered more In ten er It was a very delicate piece of sur- Â¬ utes with either of her other two min - vessel will accept the offer chllgical work but it was successfully acÂ¬ Uron tnan sne am auogeiuer wiwi uer complished last having previously used four botFeud It is a AtAR Fisher Oloyerpertj R A tles of Mothers Friend any one expecting- - to be blessintr to I cose a MOTHER ft E Parker Sharon Wis writes says a ouatoaaer ShellmaB StephsMport Gwdja A Hay have tried De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Hbnbkxson Dalk Carnal Illinois see PatesvilUi E A Witts HanHns for itching piles and it always stops them drug stores a saarveletM eare for I burg in two minutes I cosslder DdWitts Of Pnuglilut tUtt or Mnt br on ftMtft all kidney cewpUIaU sarvoas exhaus MV CHS AM BATM hHHlHHii IMtMOMaM lor BOOK WMcli Hael Salve the greatest pile cure Of MM WIH lalormaUaa COatttMPMoUmm ltUtiHMrfcMfd for alt si fitatM tn tion aad fetaile wttkneaa It Is Fortys AfftylMottMBcwtrik b mtU i mmm fc m H t Sfuritu or Jc Hayses e Mm warkef--Slw- rt KUlwy Gre Ifca BneMatU Sjaaalaaaf 6e Ataaata b Â¬ Â¬ Sevkhal thousand dollars have been Witts made out of tbo one item of timber Judge Ahl returned from Louisville alone iu this couaty in a few short years Saturday past Fresh fruits candles and groceries at Wm Piles Tiik thoughtful people of this nation Miss Alice Baker has a school out at hope that the war will not Ld prelonged but that it may be short sharp and Will Millers Clarence Davis Irvington was here decisive last Sunday Ed Guthrie returned from Louisville Skllino women and girls into slavery in Cuba will be a thing of the past when last Saturday Uncle Sam and 1ib forty thousand Fresh bread Tuesdays Thursdays and regulars take charge of that country Saturdays J II Hook I have just received a fresh lot of cakes There are a hundred reliable men and candy J H Hook here who are ready to make an affidavit There were a number of compliments that in Breckenridge county men can here last week on the big paper still live and make some money Call on J II Hook for anything in the eating line during Circuit Court A mans attainments in this ago aro Go to tbe City Bakery for first class limitless almost With the proper spirit and energy great deeds may be yet ac- Â¬ lunch during court J II Hook complished However wo have got to Leave your subscriptions and job work work the thing out for ourselves for the News with V G Babbage If you want anything in the lunch line The Madisonville Hustler true to its go to the City Bakery J H Hook You can buy more goods for less mon- Â¬ name is now isslng a daily The HustÂ¬ ler is one of the ablest of Kentucky ey at Witts than anywhere else in journals and this stroke of enterprise is town highly appreciated by all who know a Hoy Anderson and Junices Foote Irv- Â¬ good thing May the hustle of the ington were here last Saturday and Sun Hustler never grow less day While in town this week stop at tbe Amono a great many men who are Lake hotel Fare reasonable H C indiUerent to consequence there will be Lake Prop a big effort to make money out of the war You ran get a good 10c lunch at Wm with Spain Already this thing is crop- Piles opposite Court square any day ping out and the administration will be during Circuit Court wise to look after such a class Patriot Misses Margaret Sweeny Evansvllle ism is not altogether the moving spirit and Ella Collins Cannelton Ind are with every one that offers assistance in visiting Miss Ella Dillon this crisis The Vivian Daniel homestead is closed for the first time in many years Miss Tiik war with Spain has already cost Tula is visiting in St Louis tbe United States several millions of Harry Monroe negotiating for Mon- Â¬ dollars and even should tbe crisis be a roe Hyatt purchased on lost Monday short one tho expense of it will be enor- Â¬ 150 acres of timber from Matthias Milmous Starting into it with a poorly equipped nayy the expeuse of supplying ler A great many men who come to Circuit tbe big battleships is of itself something enormous But this is only one thing Court are curious to know why it is that out of a thousand others which the thereis no business done on the first government has to provide for But day Forty thousand regulars under our there seems to be no limit to Uncle Sams bulk of finance Uncle Sam will create an awful stampede among the Spaniards if they can ever The people of this city and county get at em cannot fail to appreciate the triple edi- Â¬ Joseph Mattingly and his son mer- Â¬ tion which we ran off last week and ten chants at Kirk have sued their former thousand of which have been dis partner Frank Jarboe for a settlement tributed far and wide throughout tbe of their accounts country It required a good deal of time Judge Ahl appointed Amel Oelze It and money to compile that edition yet G Itobertson and W J Piggott to repreBitBiiKKNitinoF News realized the the sent the county of the Commercial Con necessity for It and we feel that good vention in Louisville this week results will follow it in placing before J W Miller the jeweler returnel the world at large some of the advantages of our county We did not get up the home last Monday and is now ready to paper purely for personal profit but in do all kinds ef repair work on watches the hope that our county and her peo- Â¬ clocks and jewelry of all kinds The May term of Circuit Court comes ple may be benefitted from it in the future The work done by MrGoodnight in the way of a great many busy farmers was admirably executed in every feature who are called here as witnesses and to and he has received many compliments serve on juries It is in the midst of a busy time from his acquaintances here Newt Snyder went to Lakeland asy Â¬ lum about two weeks ago to see his SOARING HEAVENWARD brother James Suyder He found him considerably improved and thinks he Wheat Has Got a Dizzy Move on Itself will be able to return home in about Kentucky Crop More Promising four weeks Than Any Other The telephone exchange has been abandoned All the lines will be run in Wheat is going skyward with the to Lake Hotel and worked from a large rapidity of a rocket and its phenomenal switch board This way has proven tbe flight in the past week has wonderfully most satisfactory and Mr Lake is always affected the local market The Irving ready to answer calls ton Elevator Company was fortunate There is a considerable advance in enough to have 2600 bushels of wheat flour but there is the old pone of corn on hand which was sold this week at bread that has proven a reliable substi Â¬ 1 27 per bushel on track all times The bulls and bears On Monday the Chicago price of wheat tute in may run the price of wheat sky high was 1175 This pyrotechnic rise of crop made in this county wheat has demoralized the local market but the corn and our buyers refuse to bid However country wheat is in great demand and There is no Louisville buyers are offering good piices word so full for the staple on tiack of meaning John A Ditto a well posted farmer and traveling man was iu the city Sat- Â¬ and about which such tender and urday and Sunday and in an interview holy recollections cluster as that she who watched with the News reporter he states that of Mother Kentucky wheat prospects are the over our helpless infancy and guid- Â¬ brightest in the middle west In all ed our first tottering step Yet parts or this state the cereal has attained the life of every Expectant Moth- Â¬ a hearty and vigorous stand and looks er is beset with danger and all ef bright and healthy The yield will be fort should be made to avoid it so assists nature large in the change tak- Â¬ In Illinois and Indiana different coning place that ditions prevail Wheat there has obme lixpeciam tained a thin staud aud is looking very Mother is ena sickly The crop prospect in those II II bled to look for great wheat producing states are very II ward without poor dread suffering or gloomy fore- Â¬ With the price of wheat soaring tc heaven and the European crop prospects bodings to the hour when she blighted and a firm demand in sight experiences the joy of Motherfcoed and the tariff taken off tbe cereal in tho Its use insures safety to the lives large European markets Kentucklans of both Mother and Child and she who raise wheat will certainly be in the is found stronger after than before confinement in short it makes swim this harvest Â¬ Â¬ be able to corner that thank the Lord SBurrel Beard returned to Eddy vllle last week The report got circulated that Mr Beard came homo to die but he be ghn to improve almost as soon ns ho reached homo and when he left last week he was looking well Crlt Hamilton is the leading barber at Hardlnsburg and President McKlnley would esteem it a ploasure for Crit to do his tonsorial work Crit is handsomer than any Pullman car porter and his equal as a knight of the razor cannot bo found in this part of the moral vineyard Get him to do your barbering We always find some fellows who are better at some things than others A X Kincheloe might properly fall undor this head for A X can swap watches to beat the world He enjoys the busi Â¬ ness immensly too lie has been at it so long that I would rather risk bis judgement on a watch than hall the jewelers in the county A X is a good merchant too but put him on a watch swap and hes simply out of sight Long before Will Miller was a candi Â¬ date for any office in this county he formed the habit of shaking hands Af- Â¬ ter be became a candidate for County Clerk this habit becamo perfectly natur Â¬ al and be never met any one that he didnt shake hands with bim How It told in bis election He won two races as a Democrat over tbe strongest opposi- Â¬ tion This handshaking business though he keeps up yet He will never give you his left hand either It is always a shake of the right showing a genuine and cordial greeting The big road scrapers were given a test here last Monday as announced They were riut to work on the Litchfield road and tho test seemed to be very sat Â¬ isfactory There were two companies represented Several men were out to see the machines work Tho opinion of several seemed to be that the machine would work all right on a level road but that when put to uso on the hills and rough places it would not bo of much service The county is asked to purchaso them at a cost of 200 a piece Speaking of clothes and clothing there are but very few people but llko good clothes But they must be of a pa ticular pattern and suit your fancy Tom Withers said the other day that he nev Â¬ er liked a Prince Albert coat Never owned but one said he and that was when I was married But the ceremony hadnt been over twenty minutes before I laid her off and never wore it again But it was a flue garment I traded it to a m gro and it did service at a half dczm negro weddings after that Looked liked they never would wear the thing out No I never liked that cut of a coat be so Bunerom that they will sever GLEN DEAN E Miss Lutie Moorman is in Louisville this week About Buying nilllnery Moorman Willis has returned to his Cloverport home Charley Deane is in Louisville to at Â¬ tend May Festival Lewis Woosley from Evansvllle was here Sunday with relatives Miss Llllie Cooper Rockvale attend Â¬ ed church hero Sunday Stanley Mattingly visited his sister near Hardinsburg Sunday Jeff Owen and Paul Dempster spent most of last week in Louisville Miss Mary Mattingly spent Sunday at her home near Long Lick church Lonnio Mattingly spent Sunday at Rocy Mattlnglys near West View Bob Owen is attending the Southern Baptist Convention in Norfolk Va Misi Amanda Deane is attending the May Festival Id Louisville this week Tbe carpenters are advancing rapidly with W 0 Moormans store building Washers are here and will push the erection of the bridgo until its comple- Â¬ tion The bridge crew after a f iw months stay here will leave Tuesday 10th for Henderson Dolph Clark a successful tobacco grower has already set a considerable part of his crop Miss Mary Moorman Bpent Saturday night and Sunday in the country with Miss Ellen Robertson Willis Green Falls of Rough attended Goshon church Sunday and was a guest at Mr Charley Robertson John Ilbodea came home Sunday alter two months in Illinois I understand hell return in a short time Dr E Green and wife and two daugh Â¬ ters Howardstown Nelson county are visiting the doctors sister Mrs Charley Robertson W 0 Moorman leaves this morning for Haweavllle from there he will go to Brandendenburg and join Mrs Grinolls party for the May Festival Master Coleman Mattingly is the owner of a watch from Arbuckles the coffee roasters Coleman may justly be proud of his nice looking time keeper One of tho Semlnarr students a Rev Mr Allen filled Bro Rutledges appoint ment here Sunday He preached also in tne afternoon to a delighted audience Ono of tbe rare occurrences of a life time is a snow storm so beautiful as last Fridays Were I a poet or a master in description Id be tempted to ask for space to describe it Tbe illustrated News surprised its read erslt was a neat affair It was in demand here and many of the copies laid away to preserve pictures and biographies of relatives friends of prominent Brecken Â¬ ridge people A considerable crowd gTeets the open- Â¬ ing of nil the mails Everybody now is anxious to get war news and let me say tbat if they are needed Glendeane has its full share of people who will fight for their country Rod Mattingly is manager Jesse F Mattingly is captain and here are the players in the Glendeane baseball club Paul Dempster Jim Wells Lawrence Vessels Henry Harrison Ben Seaton Henry Moorman Jr Dud Ashley Jess Jolly and Lldell Jolly They want other clubs to show that they are going to get into trim and are willing to met any other iu the field The writer suddenly lost twenty odd years last Sunday and becamo a boy again a boy out at the old home a boy who had stolen away from tho house to a safe place under the cliff to smoke the rough cigars of his own making But it would be telling on the boys and they are a joyous noble set now seeing the best time earth can ever give tfm to say that they can puff at a mans rate when their papas are out of sight A When What does A etand for eorao friond suggests that your blood needs A earsaparilla treat- Â¬ ment remember that A Btands for RAIL AND ROUND HOUSE TALK Everybody In a Rhbi and To Play No Time The first lotter in the alphabet Btands for the first of sarsaparillos first in origin first in record first in tho favor of tho family For nearly half a century AYE1VS Aijers Sarsaparilla has beon caring all forms of blood diseases scrofula eczema tetter rhoumatism soning etc erysipelas blood poi- Â¬ Theres a book about Averts Curebook a these cures story of cures told by tho cured which is sent free on request by Dr J C Ayar Lowell Mass Tho book will interest you if you are sick or weak because it tells not what it is claimed tho remedy will do but what your neighbors and fellows testify that it has done Will it cure you It has cured thousands like you Why not you Engine 7 is in the hole for repairs The shops are running ten hours a day Air and Mrs Sam Si ilea have rented t to Baldwin property Master Mechanic Van Alstlne went to Louisville Mondav Sam Board hai abandoned the idea of walking and has gone to wheeling Engineer Greer had tbe honor of pull- Â¬ ing the soldier boys from Henderson to Louisville Whitehead Bohlor have the contract for distributing the gravel from tbe pit for James G Harris Charles Boufiler a former employe at the shops as boiler maker has a simi- Â¬ lar position in Henderson Robert Lewis who is not tho youngest man employed at the shops has tho dis Â¬ tinction of being an expert pattern maker Mrs Dan Hinion and her charming little daughter Grace have gone to Grand Rtplds Mich to be absent sev end weeks Passenger coach No 23 Is in the paint shop and under the supervision of Mc Cracken and Holmes will be given a thorough overhauling While the Nkws has not been given -- When you tako Tloods Tills The big U which tear you all to sugar coated pieces fire iot Iu It t Itli UooUs Easy to tntie No Cripe III and easy to operate Is tnio 11of Hoods Pills which are w up to data In every respect W Safe certain and snre Alt I Hood Co Ijwell Mass druggists 230 The only HHs to take with Hoods Barsnparllla Hoods a tbe announcement there will shortly be led to the altar a fair young maiden of this city by one of the Henderson Routes most popular young firemen The railroad people wore shocked when the news came to the effect that popular James Penner had taken unto himself a lifelong companion On last Thursday in Henderson Mr James Penner and MiasOllle Chestnut were quietly mar Â¬ ried Rev Rose officiating Only a few intimate friends of the couple were pres- ent They returned that evening to tills city to reside In the future One Minute is not long yet relief is obtained in half that time by the use of One Minute Cough Cure It prevents consumption and quickly cures colds croup brocbltls pneumonia fBgrlppe and all throat and lung troubles Short Haynrs AWvyviWMVWVWWVWWWWWWWJVWWWWtMV OUR r mtvfv The Best Service in Livery Can be Obtained EFFORT IS TO MEET YOUR WANTS WE ARE STRIVING DAILY TO DO THIS IN Clothing Shoes Hats Caps Dress Goods and Notions Our Grocery Department is Replete With Everything GOOD TO HAT From S B ADKISSON LIVERYMAN hefVfvWW i HESTON WILLIS CO m WMMMMAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAA VAAAAAWWVWyyvujjl Tie Place to Buy 1 Where You Jet Your moneys Worth Addison Dick AddisonJKy aB0SjDgSjHisMParBKiiarBinK BiiMWECABJSBjg aJ yy 3 f - j2iitj MOTHER BO YOU WANT FARM MACHINERY We have one building with a floo r space 30 x 50 feet filled with everything in farm mach i nery from plow bolts on up throiiRe the list to Check Rowers Mowers Rakes and the latest im- Â¬ proved Binders In our McCORMICK IMPLEMENTS sold kvbiiywhbue nothing better Mian our right hand model for 1898 It will bear inspection and comparison with any other M Harvesting Machine made but we will sell you a Left Hand a Bindlochinc or Daisy Reaper or the best mowing machine on earth Headquarters on all Grades and Kinds of Fertilizers Â¬ Â¬ Mothers mr LllAnni IK rl IUIIU DO YOU WANT ANYTHING Vt Come in and inspect and compare prices whehcryou wish t5 buy or not We are showing some strictly new things in American and Imported Onrandies Pari fnlln TInnJfnn rroniiin Batistes Ducks We have iboo yards of new Irish Point Embroideries with insertings to matcli Sash Ribbons white and colors 8 inches wide at 35 cents per yard 4000 yards all kinds grades shades and styles of rihbrcn to close out at bargain prices We are anxipus to show you through our well assorted stock of spring and summer goods IN DRY GOODS DO YOU 0 t0 il- - pr pi r W can ow ou h I Vlcf vJiilog itock I mot compet Voting top dull ttotk tlpi All gradci ol coin to from halt dim to Newu thing no b had In both high aad low bow MUNOfiTSiaiMR ANTEEO SHOES for th boy nd gltU In black aadtaaand lorcly good Kry pair guaranteed to wear ScatBtnv TM k nr NEED NEW SHOES lawomtnt T6 hoour Cor Vkf tnm rfi MOTHERS FRIEND Jot tjSfK DO YOU WANT GROCERIES layoilei know YLftct0Ulkoroubought ahead of tho war prlca ecare ao w can maintain tbe tame old price - Er that out prkwaraulwaya thaowt and ourgoodafintlaa Highest Market Price Paid for Wool Eggs Butter and Produce of all Kinds DO NOT FORGET You will find tho largest Machinery supply house between Louisville and Owensboro at Â¬ Addison rrmnrmM-lnM-ai- JETUKlVBItSMWmtirWTtkCI m AdLdJQcm ilIITI -- tmn wm Ky Dioi - mr m mr l3 m aisssssussss i w CrassslsssBBssssssssriai Tmr 3 S- - r WHttMMiMtfMMIMHHiMiHpaW 1 IsV jji JT BRECKENRIDGE i NEWS 11 1898 short Spanish dictionary What the Words In the War News Dispatches Mean Tho war has introduced to tho newsÂ¬ paper readers of tho land a host of un- Â¬ familiar words the names ot Cuban towns and Spaulsn naval vessels The meaning nnd pronunciation of some of them are nlrefldy familiar but In order that the casual reader may better un- Â¬ derstand that which he reads the Nsws herewith presents the meanipg of a number of tho Spanish words oftencst found In the dispatches As to the pro- Â¬ nunciation of the Spanish words the following general rules apply Every letter in the Spanish language is given its full value There are no silent letters The double 1 is given a liquid slurring sound For instance the word Callao is pronounced Kah yah o Castellai is pro- Â¬ nounced Castay yar The lettttr a takes the broad pronun- Â¬ ciation as in far e takes the sound of the English long a i is pronounced like the English e as is also y o is long u is pronounced 00 as In booth Oh Is sounded as in the English word church Following is a short dictionary of Spanish words and phrases for news-Â¬ paper readers ALAMEDA A grcve of trees ALMIRANTE Admiral ARIETE A battering ram ARMADA Fleet A small rlyer ARROYO AZOR Goshawk a bird AUDAZ Bold audacious BAHIA HONDA Deep bay BANCO Bank BANDO Proclamation BENITA A Benedictine nun BLANCO Whlte BOGAOHICO Little mouth BOCA DEL RIO Mouth of the river BUENA Good BUENA AYRE8 Good air BUENA VENTURA Good luck CABANAS Cabins or huts GARDEN A8 Of a purple color OAMPOS Flelds OAMARONES Shriraps CAPE VERDE Green cape CASTELLAR Fortifiod by a castle OA8A House OALLE Street OASTILLO Castle OATALINA Catherine OEBOLLOS Onions OIENFUEGOS A hundred fires OIUDAD City Shell CONCHA CONTRA COSTA Opposite the coast COSTA RICO Rich coast CORTES Parliament CUBA A cask such as is used for wine or oil DEL M Of the DEL LA F Of the DON Gentlemen equivalent to the A FAMOUS SEA FIGHT BETWEEN CHILEAN AND PERUVIAN IRONCLAD3 WEDNESDAY MAY ENGAGEMENT So Completely and Quickly A COMPLICATED NO MANS LAND A Western Australian Desert and Its tread Â¬ IRONING MADE fc arsmmmriiil i I Llnea To Oho of Our Hany Heroes his form Brand noblr gocvl and true And jret he left hit dear natlre land And bade hit home perhapt a last adieu He left to harehla Tale with those Who enlisted In the Cuban atrlle To ahare their hardship face their foes To brare the worst with risk of life Oh noble youth may you be spared The fate that some teaa brave have met May Ood protect one who haa dared Such dingers for hie country aake He has loved ones walling his return Who pray for him each night and morn With heavy hearts they deeply yearn Kor their absent one from their fireside gone Oh guide him aafely through the tumult And may his courage never fall But each effort meet with good result Tho many perils his pathway assail May yon never falter at the danger Out meet bravely all the dreaded foes Though fir from home you are no atnnger To the Father who alwavahls children knows Put your trust In God the Father Fight for honor country glory fame Some day you the reward will gather When historians your courage proclaim Yes hi story s that tell of old Cubas bondage Of her happy homes by Spaniards wrecked And of vengeance nothing could aesuage And ot cruelties that could scarce be checked Of how they told the world their grief Of cruelties and of barbalous deeds And how our nation sent relief And tried to supply poor Cubas needs For years to come well hear the story Of the wrongs our heroes helped subdue Their names shall eyer be wreathed in glory As the heroes who so proudly wore the blue Then glory on thee our noble heroes Though you should not be called to fight Yout name shall ever be ranked with those Who were ready and willing to defend the right Andwhen Independence Cuba has gained And from old Spain ahe once la tree She then can join us unrestrained With songs of freedom full of glee Shlloh Ky Blanch B CASE CURED Ills face lilt heart wi wifilr ni The Destruction of the Huascar OAT the A Terrible HUnchUr Bolivian Coast What as Tight Itetween Modern War Tea eta Mcane l p Thats where Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin is The greatest remedy lor the stomach that was ovor put together Absolutely vegetable with the exception of the Fepsln Are you constipated Then try Syrup Pepsin Have you indi- Â¬ gestion or sick headache Then use Syrup Pepsin Spend 10c for a trial bot- Â¬ tle and you will be convinced Largo sizes 50c and 100 A true family rem- Â¬ edy At Ohas G Martins Wheat Highest in Ten Years American A grlculturist Bight In It t Kjm f Excitement has been the order of the day in the wheat market prices recently toucblug the highest level in ten years The contract grade deliverable in Chicago any time during May advanced swift- Â¬ ly last week to 125 per bushel before there was any show of reaction July new crop delivery meanwhile getting to 00c At the opening of last month May delivery was selling a little above a dollar nnd J uly close to 85c The speculative grade of wheat sold during the first week of May a year ago at G971c To find quotations exceeding the high point first named it is necessary to go back to the fall of 08 when a corner successfully conducted by B P Hutch- Â¬ inson forced the price temporarily to 2 per bu but only an insignificant quanti- Â¬ ty changed hands at that figure the market speedily reacting to a level a little better than a dollar Following the short crop of 81 wheat sold all the fall and winter at a high racge of 1 20 I 40 per bu The highest price paid for Chicago wheat in the last 40 years according to the Trade Bulletin 2 05 touched in May 07 During the civil war wheat sold as low as 55c in 01 soon after the breaking out of hostilities and as high as 2 0 in 04 As stated in Amorican Agriculturists review s week the demand for our reserves o l wheat is very great and this has been the factor in the last advance The ex retne nervousness in the market centers of western Europe then pointed out was increased to something akin to frenzy in the desiro to buy wbBtEnglish and Continental markets advancing rapidly evidently due to the belief that there may be gravo difficulty in secur- Â¬ ing needed supplies This feeling was intensified by reason of the reports that Russia would restrict her foreign ship- Â¬ ments Western Europe including the II K particularly is so dependent upon the wheat surplus counties for dally re- Â¬ quirements that anything jeopardizing the continuous movement at a rate of something like 7000000 bu weekly estimated requirementsauses the keen- Â¬ est apprehension Prices abroad advanc- Â¬ ing with leaps and bounds it is but natural that domestic markets should respond patlcalarly as there were report- Â¬ ed sales of large quantities of cash wheat at exteremely high prices The frigh tened shorts at Chicago and other speculative centers were energetic buy- Â¬ ers and not until this class of purchasers was at least temporarily satisfied was there reaction our brilliant crop pros Â¬ pects for pie moment being entirely St Minneapolis Duluth Ignored Louis Toledo New York all shared in the sharp advance At top prices enor Vinous quantities of wheat came on sale causing somo reactions Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ English Mr DOS RIOS Two rivers EL M The ELOANO The prudent ELDIARIO DE LA MARINA The daily of the navy ENGRAOIA Grace EN8ENADA Learned ESMERALDA Emerald ESTRECHOS Straita FARO Light house FOSOS Dltches FUERTE Fort FUROR Rage FUERTEOICO-Block-house j IMPAROIAL Imperial ISLA Island JUNTA Congress LAF The LA LUOHA The light or torch LAS PALMAS The palms LEGUA League MANILA Little hand bracelet MANZANILLO A little apple tree MATANZAS Slaugbter MONTSERRAT A serrated moun Â¬ tain MORO Moorish MORRO Anything that is round NEGRILLO A little negro NUEVA New PINZON Finch PLAZA DES ARMAS The place of arms PINAR DEL RU Pine grove of the river PINTO Colored PUERTO PRINCIPE First port PUNTA Point POLO Pole PALMERITO Ltttle palm treo PUNTA ARENA8 Sandy point PUNTA GORDA Fat point PUNTA COLORADO Red port REY King RECONOENTRADO The concentrat ed RIENA Quoen RIO River RAYO Thunderbolt SALA Hall SANTIAGO DE OUBA St James of Cuba SANTA F Saint SOLEDAD Solltude Daring TEMIRARIO TORTUGA Turtie TRINIDAD Trlnlty TROOHA A narrow path across a high road VUSOAYA Blscay VITAA erossbeass VUELTA ABAJO Turned down New Route to Health Y And Little fragrant palatable tablets in a ZAPTA flhoe dainty enameled metal box just right for the vest pocket or the ladys purse Have Yon Kidney Trttfclt On the tablets are stamped the letters 0 O O Oascaret Candy Cathartic A 500 trial bottle of Foleys Kidney Care Eat oae like candy and the little tablet will prevent serious results from tbla tw at once purifies and destroy disease ually fatal disease A R Fieher Clover germs in the mouth and throat stops port R A Shellman BtepheBsportr souring of undigested food i a the stom Â¬ Gordon Haynes Patesvllle E A ach stirs up the liver tones and strength Â¬ Witt HardiBftburg ens the bowels making tbem act health Â¬ Attended the Concert They are well and ily and saturally widely advertised In the press but the Oloverport sent quite a large delegation mt advertieeaient for Oascareta is their of cultured Haiwlc lovlBg folks to the con Â¬ mild yet positive action cert glvea by Sanaas bavd at Louisville woaJsrful wMek sMkea a ewemt convert of evwy Saturday ariernoM Araesg these who m who tries theta We recoeanawd attended were Mrs David R Murray Mies Allien Murray Master David Mur Â¬ tbea t all our readers rey Mr and Mrs O B Skillmaa Mies Eva Young Mrs Btta Xvmm Mm W Qm Mlwt Cough Cure cure K BowtMT ad Jacae Ukm Ttu M wiMtlt wti eMKk for In The Century Claude II Wotmore A Famous Sea has an artiolo on Fight describing tho ongogemont bo twoen Cblloan and Peruvian ironolads off tho coast of Bolivia in 1870 Mr Wetmoro says From tho first ot tho battle tbo en couraging voioo ot Gran had come to the men in the turret through the speak Â¬ ing tubo from tbo conning tower but when the Blanco crowded into the thick of it and great shot struok tho Haas cars sides as regularly as blows of a battering ram tho ordora of tho com Â¬ mander were no longer heard The off- Â¬ icer in charge of the turret called to bis snporlor There was no nnswor and when Commander Ellas Aguerroran np the narrow littlo ladder that led to tho tower he stumbled ovor the dead body of his admiral A sholl had struck tho conning tower and had tnken off Grans head as neatly as if tho dooapitation This shell had been by the guillotine also killed Lieutenant Ferro the ad- Â¬ mirals aid There was only time to push tho corpses nside and tho new commanding offloer pulled baok tho tubo flap to givo his directions but as he did so tho Huascar ataggorod kooled over then shook in every pinto whilo n conoussion more torriflo than any so far told that a shell had entored the turret and had burst there When the fumes had cleared away so that a por son conld speak a midshipman called out that one of tbo groat guns had boen dismounted and 30 men killed Tho survivors tumbled the bodies through the baton that opened into tho dock bo low tbus releasing tbo clogged ma Â¬ chinery and as the corpses rattled down other men rushed up throwing off their clothing as tboy jumped into tho pools of blood to seize hold of tho gear and swing the remaining gun into position that it might train upon oae of tbo ships thoy could no longer make out which nor did they care and it was discharged hanied in loaded and dis- Â¬ charged again Onoo more all was Bllent in the con ning tower Lieutenant Palaoios has tened there but before he oould entor ho was compelled to push three bodios out of the way Ho had barely given his first ooramand when a bullet from tho well aimed rlflo of a marino in an enemys top lodged between his eyes Then the fourth to oommand the Huas- Â¬ car that day Lion tenant Pedro Garezon took tbo place and as ho did so he call Â¬ ed through an aperture tolling tho quartermaster to put the holm to port for ho had determined to ram one of the adversaries and sink with her if neces sary Ovor and over ipun tho whoel but the Huascars hbud still pointed be twoen the Chileans eoroamed tho Port I Port I say commander Sho wont answer came back the sullen reply from the only ono of four quartermasters alivo Tho bodies of the others were lying upon tho grating at his feet A shot has carried nway the star- Â¬ board steering goar sir roportod an ensign and he dropped dead as the words loft his mouth Tho Huascar now lay drifting in a hell of shot and flame but all the whilo the red white and red fiuttored from tho peak One by ono in twos and in throes the men in the turret droppod at their posts and at last the remaining great gnu was silent its tackle literally choked with dead The turret could not bo turned for tho same reason Corpses hnng over tbo military top corpses clogged the conning towor With coats nnd waistcoats off the sur Â¬ geons had been laboring in tho ward room upon tbo wounded who shrieking in their agony had boen tumbled down the oompanionway like so much butohered beef for tbero was no time to use stretchers or to carry a stricken comrade to a doctors care Steam and emoko filtered through the doorways and tho apartment became stifling While thoy wore sawing amputating and bandaging a shell tore into tho wardroom burst and fragments wound Â¬ ed tho assistant surgeons the obiof of the medical staff having been killed earlier in the confliot Those unfortu- Â¬ nates who woro strotchod upon tho ta blo awating their turn under the knife and those who lay upon the floor suffer Â¬ ed no more pain They were kUled as they lay groaning This shell tore away wardroom and stern cabin and hardly a trace was left of tbo bulkhead After that what little surgery was dono wa performed in the coal bankers Huddled in a passagoway near the engine room were a sooro or more of non sombatants stewards pantrymen and stokers They woro in a plaoe that was lighted only as flashes came from the guns It was filled with powder smoke and olouds of steam that drifted froaa below told that the Huascar had boen struok in n vital spot her machinery Suddenly they heard a crash followed by the ronding of the deck and the lit- Â¬ tle ironolad swayed as if she had struck a roof Somo one passed the word that the maintop mast hadeen Bhot nway As it came down it brought living men to bo dashed to death also corpsos that had been hanging over the sides ot tke military top Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A 3 riMJnM ruutR FrodonlaNY I hail a heavy pain ores writes Dr Fenner my kidneys and cramps In my limbs for a long time Also backache with scanty and turbid urine bloating ot limbs and a general DROPSICAL CONDITION ot the system caused by heart disease from which I had suffered for years 1 have been taking your Kidney and Backache Cure and seem to be entirely rollored I never hod a medicine help me so completely and quickly OHARLES O MARTIN Prescription Pharmacist V Next door above Payne Cos CloVerport TEE GAME WENT ON DIXBY TELLS AN INTERESTING STORY WHILE PLAYING POKER ing Characteristic Hon David W Carnegie son of tho Earl of Bouthosk retnrnod to England after a 13 months journey aoross tho Great Viotoria and Great Bandy doserts Speaking of the of western Australia natlvos in the interior Mr Cnrnegie snld Tho people are very dark nnd add to their blaokness by smearing thomsolves with groaso nnd nshos n fnot which inakos tlioir presonoe known at n considerable distnuco Thoy aro very ugly moro liko monkeys than anything elso with tboir flat foreheads and protruding lips As a rule they nro very thin and of small stature on two occasions only I saw men upwurdof 0 feet Men women and children in hoigbt Thoy have rio nro all stark nakod houses and have no villages Thoy sim ply scoop out a hole in tho sand and squat iu it When thoy first saw our caraols and caravan they woro greatly ezoitod nover having seen n whito man before Wo never suffered any hurt from tbem but whon any of thorn got us nlono thoy tried to bo hasty and no doubt would have proved troublosomo if they had been given muoh opportunity Thoy aro only ono degree removed from animals It was only from the smoke caused by thoir buntiug flros that wo wero ablo to track them and so find water Of tho results of his journey tho ex plorer said Wo have proved tho whole of tho interior of Woatorn Australia botwoen Coolgardlo and tboKimborloygoldfiolda to bo qulto useless for man or beast Wo saw no auriferous country botwoon Lake Dnrlot district and Kimborley Montreal Star Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ESY ffflnlaSl d ssssH I frjSWWWsssffcTW E c wieitirifP 1 rgL i v speSEm STARCH r pFniiiBFc wn rnnkfiwn r AS WHEN FIRST BOUGHT HEW M MAKES COLLARS AND CUFFS STIFF AND NICE rf ONE POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL CO AS FAR AS A POUND AND A HALF OF ANY OTHER STARCH UtACTUREDOruygj THaEJCHURINGERBR0SC9 KeokukJowa NewHavenConn llwiw IMWillll il She Drew the Line jl It Wu Slut Incident With About Uumorooa Side at the Uattle of Antle tmra Ilowr a Game of Draw Generally Takes All a J ellows Attention Â¬ The Bait Remedy for Rheumatism From the Iatrhaven IN Y Register ROOTS Mr James Rowland of this village Seneca Snake 20022 states that for twenty five years his wife 15 Pink has been a sufferer from rheumatism 30 Yellow 05 A few nights ago she was in such pain Wild Ginger fibre off Wild Ginger fibre on 03005 that she was neatly crazy She sent Mr 05 Lady Slipper Rowland for the doctor but he bad read May Apple 3J0O4 ot Chamberlains Pain Balra and instead son MISCELLANEOUS Why ho was tho fellow that was Tallow por lb of going for the physician he went to the store and secured a bottle of it His carrying Forrest 24024 Prime beeswax per lb 2 40a 2 70 Bixbys been telling a story said Prime ginseng per lb wife did not approve of Mr Rowlands 3i Dried apples per lb purchase at first but nevertheless ap Â¬ Williams Dried peaches halves per lb 1J01 Whats the point asked Butler plied the Balm thoroughly and in an said Bizby that Tho point is FUK8 hours time was able to go to sleep She Doolittle thought his foot was shot off Black skunk No 1 cased bow apptfea it whenever she feels an when it was bis head Ho was carrying Short stripe skunk Long stripe skunk ache at pala aad finds that It always hint back at the time and White gives relief He says that so medicine Ive got slz cards said Williams Raes3e Vc 1 a misdeal said Johnson Its whleh she had used ever did her as Mo 1 fawga easMtl said Wil Mlak Go on with yowr story much good The 25 and 50 cent sizes for liams to Bizby sale by A R Fisher Oteverpertt K A Yea said two er Mwm eaAssa SIkIIbmr Stepheaeport give m t4u i4aqr LP At WflVt otX VoltMWoasd BU Ive ot thMNflli ifa It ax-IJOMIO msmm Wiorr kssW l OHM A fc W ir jMatUTr KsweU With CsmomoW assMss aasas sisrinaaasaa ewtuu Johnson was dealing when Bizby began to toll his yarn I heard a first rato story today he said It may bo old to you boys but it was now to me Colonel Jim Wil- Â¬ liams of Kontucky was tolling it and be got all tbo points in of course much bottor than I can Mo colonel in Ken tucky can tell a better story than Wil- Â¬ liams I dont claim to bo much of a story teller myself but You in Bixbyl nskod Butler Bizby piokedup his hands and played a pair of aces through to his loss Whon auothor player began shuffling tho cards Bizby resumed Tho story was something llko this bo said Iko Doolittlo was a private in tho war It was at tho battlo of An tietam He bad a grudge against Liou tonant Forrest A shell come along and Are wo going to ploy for anything this time asked Johnson Your auto said Butler to Bizby This shell came Bizby anted along ho said and took off Forrests foot Ho saw Doolittlo near him and called to him to take Im in said Waiters Raise it a oouple of reds said But Â¬ ler Bizby picked up throe eights and stood the raiso Ho drow n fourth and won the pot Then it was bis donl Ho shuffled loisurely as ho said The shell it seems took off Forrests foot nndUo called to Doolittlo to carry him back to the ambulanoo Doolittlo lifted him to his shoulder and I had three kings to go said Wil- Â¬ liams referring to his previous hand I had a straight four flush said Johnson sadly Doolittlo liftod him up continued Bizby and Going to shuiuo tho spots off the cards nskod Butler Doolittlo was Bizby started to deal ho said with his carrying him back bead banging over his shoulder whon along como auothor sholl and Give mo anothor stuok said Williams Ho got it While the hand was being played Bizby turned to Butler who hod staid out liko himself Just then said Bizby another shell como along and took off Forrests head Doolittlo didnt see it Where was this asked Butlor politely answerod Bizby At Antietam During tbo war you know Doolittlo was carrying Forrest baok to the ambu Â¬ lance He said he had his foot shot off He was being taken baok to the ambu Â¬ lance He Bntlor piokod up throe aces Im in ho said Johnson raised for a minute him ten Ho saw it and raised baok Johnson staid and thoy drew Butler bet ton and Johnson raised him 30 Butler hesitated and ran over his cards Then he looked long and soarcbingly at Johnson There waa a curious tensity in the silonce Bizby turned to Wil- Â¬ liams he said didnt know Doolittlo that Forrests head had been shot off Why didnt ho know it Williams absently asked watching the players ozplaiued Bizby Ho didnt soo it He kopt on currying him baok toward the ambulauce Private Canfleld came along and said to Doolittlo What you carrying hat for Its Lieuteuaut Forrost said Doo little Im taking him back to the am bulance What can they do with him in the ambulanco with his head shot off asked Private Canflold I call said Butler shoving in his chips Johnson won and Bizby pioked up tbo cards to deal again ho said wanted Private Canflold to know whut they could do with him there with bis bead shot off His head I The blamed fool shouted Doolittle told me twos his toot Bizby pounded the tablo and laughed heartily His oompanlona looked at him wonderiugly asked John Â¬ Who waa Doolittle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ says When I was first married tho ltqv Dr Lorimor pastor of Tro I had my striot mont tomplo Boston Mrs ideas about Sunday obsorvanoo Lorimor had a colored aunty for cook and on tho first Saturday after she came I went into tho kitchen and told hor I did not want any Sunday work so sho could proparo all meals for that Sho didnt say ono day boforohand word while I was talking then she lookod up and pointing to tho door ex Marso look hyar Now claimed Goorgo you jest go iu dar and tend to your Christianity and leuvo mo tend to I went and as near ns 1 malt kitchen can romomber sho hud hot diunors Sun days as long as sho bttiytd with us Â¬ Â¬ This starch is prepared on scientific principles hi men who Imto had years of practical experience in fancy laundering It restores old linen nnd summer droseos to tboir natural whiteness and imparts a lieautlfnl and lasting llnlh It is tbo only starcu manufactured tliat is perfectly harmless containing neither arsenic alum or any other substance injurious to linen and can bo used oven for a baby powder For sale by all wholesale and retail grocers USE INDEX KEADY MIXED Incorporated LOUISVILLE KY HOUSE RANTS CENTRAL PAINT AND RAILWAY SUPPLY CO Co LOUISVILLE Market Choice country Elgin Creamery EUOB Reports DUTTER For sale by PAYNE Sssir agJW Agents Cloverport Ky RATES nH7 EVaZMPEROAY Th mca- entr iiu licatsd oel In ttu city - 1 1214 21 1G18 POULTRY Fresh Hens ppr lb Spring chickens per lb Ducks young per lb Turkeys live Geese per dozen COTTON 00Gi 8I5 C09 II OOOnSOO l WSmWm M w R32ggp JOHNSON V it - UISyIlLEKy hi j Good middling Middling FIELD SEED 1 0 5 35 Timothy per bushel Clover per bushel Crimson clover per bushel Bed Top per bushel Orchard Graf s per bushel Uluegrass fancy per bushel Timothy Timothy No 2 Good bright straw No 2 Mized No 2 White HAY OKA1N No 1 FEED ROCKPDRT 3 25 2 60 45 115al20 85 SAW WORKS J KOCKPOKT Always Ahead For Fine IND I00a950 800a850 4 00a4 50 Sit Repairing Not One Complaint in CORK at store OATS 0031 31 30 30 No 2 White No 3 White No 2 mized Oats No J mixed Oats WHEAT 28J 28 04 04 Past Year of Our Work The many lettere of IiIku praise of out 3 work is evidence that we nro ahead ol others Hammering large circular saws is our specialty ami saws that others have failed on If you want satisfaction on work and prices we guarantee it Address if iS51w a jJfcto No 2 Long Berry W J Red N 3 IIYE 92 53 LOUR Rockport Saw Works Rockport Intl No 2 Western Ilisli Grade Patent Str iiitht Patent Lo Grades MISCELLANEOUS 5C5aOOO 6 00 A Dutschke WITH Son CO 435a4 60 1 Salt N O 7 bu bbl 10 BUCKNER 313310 TOBACCO WAREHOUSE iNCORInBATKDI Molasses Sorghum Sugar gran per cwt Llmeperbbl Cementperbbl 6 13a5 25 80 3038 28S0 7080 Chapel Street Hot Main and Market and 2 1 0220 Tenth Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY POTATOES Special Attention Four Months Storage Free Given to Private 11UCKNK TOBACCO Sales Irish per barrel new Sweet per barrel ONIONS 200a225 85 2 60 Independent Warehouse Mark your hogsheads WARIIOUSE Per barrel BACON Shoulders Clear rib sides Clear sides Sugar cured hams Lard in tierces HIDES 5fl0 3C 6U 0 H C BRUNER SON mm CoMfeioii Merchant - No 1 green salted per lb No 2 creen salted ner lb No 1 dry flint per lb Wo 2 dry Hint pur id No 1 dry salted per lb No 2 dry salted per lb WOOL 170171 lotujio 15 13J Tho oldest and boat produco house in Louisville Prompt to remit and return empties We Bolicit tho shipments of all country Merchants 327 Second Street LOUIS VILLI- KY Telephone 9 t- i73TIV v - Unwashed per lb Burry black and cotted Good tub washed pr lb Sheep slcins Lambskins ooflu per lb rr me white old coose per Good white id Dark and mixed old per lb FEATIlElIit 10020 1401U 30031 25050 20035 31033 JHUiYM WILLARD W S MILLER HOTEL Jr Mgr 3 Mm fl TrEKaBiMtf lsssssssssssssssssssssslssflBisssKV 12020 Rates200 and250 Best H HKr AftD MOTEL 11 1 LifllLiH BBisaHJ Jt JsHsVlAsssssBVaVlsssllsCk tb wixpviiBHff ttlsv ousein Louisville mmm ssaywwHHy fKtltw 381 skk Yourlmpplnwa la si tonally Kaapihe Head nnd Tltroiit clour and Lsalthy anil rnur tnliiit nnd hrnln lnlwnTirtt nndtMsac UUtiHHANH MKVriIOIIMs greatest teller to mankind lit oil head trjutilaja iX-tlUMFM OHIBsl HOKK TlllCOVr or TAKKH Ita nm siwrVil odor In Ciilirrh JW appeura br Tuat Wntdarfnl Har reYerMs Aithma IrHlIY OXIY OUN1I MANst It 4 Ar II V 11 It 1 Uncs II RralWl tnu tS IUa for Ii WISHIUX DUIU CO tlltkSSim IIU U S i anrl Whlrtsy Hobttl curctl at home wtls cut pala UookolMf tlouluaaent Vltsn ill - YOUR FORTUNE jour bltlirj iwr Â¬ JSp BlILTifflrP VV OPIUM BMwooixrYa UfllflQ MM M row It M an 2fi FSli n vuumuvnmumnniim Ue4loa I ft Ot MsessfAf sVsSV SSSSBs jSSJJS B M SfJBBS sssssj vagQAou sYRUP OURIt DR CALDWELL INDIOKSTION PEPSINV I r V THE BRKO tern pn May A 1803 Mast 7 fiotf R03ELLEIND hlelpry to f how you wht kind of times f M8 Fred Fuow wan ihx g1 we hsye had sine bri How h WV28DAy M4Y U 1698 Lily Tale Runtay here starved and suffered to rvphtce the gru d of Urn niouey Ivudt r and here David Klngsley went to It m cried out Iu iiistrwi and have not h en business Monday TBIANGf P Ifslwied o hut 1 am iligrnwing Iu ItCJd A Terrfek vJanche of Mrs RdyiiH nnd uhlldreit piit latt Discussed by n Ardent Admir Â¬ the patriot i Dmriocmlfl ramn to thf HiEyBt3ryHuHjijlf week at Cauiielloii p qrfieil a hulKltng a Sflw ffw Oray prinfl front wUi thu trim er of fie White Metal O T Wllmti spoilt Saturday ami Sun Â¬ Mqre house pies ami kicked Cleveland Hill A Co BUCYRUS 1J0Y SAPfi day at Ljail Greek Ky fMffi nlantjug gardening and house out of their ranks and adopted thu free ftmnirtjf are eng done in first class Who PrpsenU If Is Side of the Case to silver plank and nominated the grandest A Qraphlc Description of the Slide of Mr Curl Tate was the guest of Miss Zilpher Miller latt Sunday Our Readers Death man that ever parried the Democratic Mrs J W iarr of Clifton Mills made Mr Gf org Rhyne returned home last banner whose name Is loved and honor Â¬ AND CRUSHED FROZEN flying TisH to tho lioinu of her parents Wednesday from Illinois if W T i You say no nation ever ed hy ii6iH00 of thu utost Intelligent MANY jaat week James Neugeut who has been rpilte 111 advocated such Ideas as I do For your voters list eyer voted for a candidate Ircsbyterlan Aversion to Sunday for sometime Is Improving Ifr Pejnpsy Morris was thrown from special benefit I will give you some his- III the bhiiiu year the Republican party Work Saves Our Doya tor the flist time Iu history declared for a horse at Garfield a few days ago and tory ou the matter Mr Richard Mclntlre was the guest of lThaTeleKXlM The first act of Congress on coinage a slug e gold standard and the gold Dem Â¬ Jsfoke his leg Alfred Tato last Sunday riiiBKi Oami Alaska Sunday April 3 Fred Furrow of Holts Bottom rpent POi Johnson and family and frjulre was prepared April 2 170 establishing ocrat and gold Republicans were again 08 Via IyeaAu accident that will a mint and regulating the value of coins vlctorlons and succeeded In electing Mc iWned am wife visited Mr and Mrs bring sorrow to many a home happened last Sunday with Miss Llllla Tate It stid that our money should he called ICInluy aud are now trying to convince JL jf enck Sunday Win Ileckhart of Derby lud spent as units each to he of the value the peopln that prosperity has come I hero In Sheep Camp this afternoon It last Sunday with David Klngsley phurcii at Hosetta js progress dollars rf lie pew has been snowing for three days and BURAS Â¬ of the Spanish milled dollars and to con- take the statistic from 1881 to 1808 aud pq flcuy and when flnislind will he an Minerva and Ela Kingsley were the When prosperity nights and the amount of snow that has tain 1711 grains of pure or 4 II grains o deny their statement Â¬ WAGON MAKERS hpor to the little town standard silver and also to issue frac- Â¬ comes tt will not take stump speecliis to fallen is beyond estimate The moun guests of Miss Emma Macy last Thurstain sides are covered the falls lost and day Mrs Den Warned of Ouster tional currency Mr and convince the people of the fact for pros HORSESHOEING Etc to venture out on the upper hills is to rile Dandy at tltlled Mr ami Mrs Charley and Borton Stinnett of Hard The law provided that he coinage perity Is like hard timer It la felt Iu the Invite death and many did that very tnsburg K are vititlng relatives at I have justopened a new blacksmith Garfield Saturday and Sunday ratio should ba 16 to land It also pro pocket before It Is felt In the head shop at Burn where I am prepared thing uud up to this hour fourteen bod this place hoasts of two dry goods stores vided that a percou could have his gold M W T you tpeak about the llosettu Mr to do all kinds of work iu that line ies have been takou out thirteen men A Taylor holdd his old customers with and silver coined without charge In Republicans being Illumed fur passing Mr and Mrs D II Tate and children am also authorized to solemnize Â¬ prices tq suit the times John Slaton is lit Congress pursuance nf its Goebel election hill of 18 Dont you and one woman The cause of thu acci were the guest of Mr and Mrs O T I in dent waj a snow slide ou the two hlhs Wilson Sunday the rights of matrimony manager of the new store and the post authority passed a law prescribliiu thu believe that tho Republicans will ever office legal tender value of foreign coins and do anything that Is honorable If it between Stone House aud the Scales Mr Wra Miller of Hardins Grove where hundreds of men have their camps JAMES ATUCKER Mlsa luIe Hmnor our millner at Gar the Spanish milled dollar was the only had been left for them to pats a law for The first slide occurred about 3 oclock spent last Thursday evening with Mr foreign coin that was not deprived of its people to secure a fair count of their iluld takes a ileliglit in exhibiting and this morning and was plainly heard David Klngsley pricing her new spring niilinery Shu is legal tender value In 17UH Congress votes the crack of doom would have down here Miss Annio Knapper was the guest of a distance of four miles The a lady of good taste and can please the passed a law suspending the act of 170 J found them wanting but you he careful second slide was at 1130 this morning Mlsavs Minurva and Ella Kingaley lest and umdii foreign coins a legal tender how you slip arc uud tho Gorbel bill as most fastidious aud It Is estimated that 100 people are Thursday evening Ouster is on a lioim Michael Meyer until 1801 Iu 1815 Congress passed a if you were afraid you would get some buried Iu about forty feot of snow ThirMrs Rhoda Tate and children were ex- Â¬ dishonor rubbed off ou you all foreign coins You might and Alexander A I hi have enlaiged law disfranchising cept the Spanish milled dollar which come Iu contact with MaKiuleys war teen bodies wore laid out in a tent and tho guests of her mother Mrs Nancy their store houses and filled them with message was one unit of the value Mr M W T you say that their distorted features plainly showed WIIbou last Sunday beautiful spring g nils Alexander Milt Tato Price Wilson and Miss I now come to wheie I will answer gold is our only standard money aud tint terrible fight they had madu for life yle have ii liilluiury ulciro in connection Most of lliein were siuuthured and Emma Macy spent Sunday with Mr nnd your statement iu regard to Jeflersou silver only a credit money aud ia uo betiliy gouda ileartiiiriit With their demonetizing sliver which is absolutely ter than paper money I ask you if It Is some frozen to death One man was dug Mrs F M Loaf of Tobinsport Again death Iiih rolilied us of a lily false Here is the history In 1814 the not wrong to tax the people buy silver out of thu hiiow iu a sitting posture just Mr T M Leaf uud family of Tobinsmost fair April 211 Mrs iiichurd lieu coinage ratio was changed to 11 to 1 iu bullion to make money that ia uo better hi the uct of taking a drink from a flask port were tho guests of Mrs Leafs Alltw Itliel llaynea of High nett utu order that our silver dollars might stay than paper money when paper is so the cork already drawn and tightly mother Mrs Mary A Tate last Sunday Plaints passed from labor to reward with us instead of emigrating It must much uneaper griuped in his frozau fingers Thu poor J V Bauer delivered tho trees last Shu was sick hut a few days hut death lie borne iu mind that the chauge was Is It Is fellow probably felt that lie was freezing You asked me what blinetallst found her ready Mrs Dennett was a made in the gold dollar and that the to make both gold aud tried to prolong life witli the aid of Wednesday which ho has sold to the aud silver standatd v people of this place All were well young woman hut bravely she fared the weight and fineness of the Bilver dollar primary money aud allow them thu spirits Ttiu woman was found staudiug pleased with their troea Ex- grim monster death with words of praiss was upright pulling her sled aud a man never disturbed and do not forget same privilege at the mints and hold Misses Lily Tato Minerva and Ella pn her lips Uladly she cxuhaugnl the that the only chauge in the silver from them at parity by coining them at the probably tier husband was just behind Kingsley Messrs Richard Mclntlre Borrow of earti for the laptures of Heav- Â¬ its foundation in 17UU down to the tier Two Germans had a shelter dug in ratio 10 to 1 You ask me what lathe Curt Alfred and Alllo Tate Charley and en With ecstacy site contemplated the cowardly act of 1873 was the chauge iu difference between cheap paper currency the side of a big suow drift lu which Berton Stlnuett attended the social at joys that awaited iter the crown of lift they kept a pair of oxou Thu slide the alloy issued by bankers and free coinage of Mr Gus Millers last Friday night near she should wear and the palm of victory It is a historical fact that the Spanish sliver Free coinage of silver would caught them when dug out the oxen Hardins Grove she should wave amid the glittering were camly chewing their cuds but the milled silver dollor in circulation before make the dollar worth 100 cents of itself eplendoisof iieaeu iler death was we had a national existence was the rec it would increase lie 1 was talking with a Messrs Milt Curt and Alfred Tate supply of actual men wore doad Twaslike the uuclouded sun organized sublime man who was burled for about oue hour Richard Mclntlre Trice Wilson Tom unit of value until it was money thereby Increase the demand for sinking to rtst at close of day When ruthlessly stricken down in 1873 and thu fruits of labor aud to create a demand He was uucousclous when taken nut Kingsley aud Miss Minerva Kingsley quite young she was adopted by Mr and thtafrieuda of silver are determined to good price aud all of our tie said that there were at least fifty attended church at Locust Grove last Mrs Jas Haynes and they loved and al- Â¬ restore it to its original standing bjcause well create- a men following him down tho trail and Sunday night Violkt labor would be well employed most idolized her from the cradle to the of its convlenent adaption to the wauts I will explain the banking business he thought most of them perished Hoods Tills are the only pills to take A few years ago she was married grav m of the industrial classes and now Mr M aud the Issue of paper money The Thousands of dollars worth of gjods are to liicliard Dennett and leaves him and W T I say to you from a historical covered with huudreds of feet of snow with Hoods Sarsaparilla Cure all liver w baukergoes and buys Government bonds ills her baby boy to join her In heuveu when Btaudpoiut that uo party ever had the aud sets up in the banking business and and it will take till spring to dig them Mr and audacity their summons shall come To legislate against silver uutil draws iutertst on his bonds in gold and out We have all our goods on the to BRANDENBURG Mrs Haynes her husband ami friends that party that was conceived of hell issue bank notes to the amount ol 90 per summli and do not know what condition we extend our warmest sympathy Tis and born of iniquity the Republican they are iu but they are probably all ceut of his bonds aud luds them to the God that has buruit us ami he cannot It is simply extremely amusing to The slide at 3 tins morning was party did us the great wrong of 1873 people on interest So you see he col right err Gently the mystic veil was riven a great wroug is committed by Itcts iuterest twice on his money he at the summit and buried most of the hear the different opinions advanced on When as horfair spirit entered heaveu stealthy legislation aud upheld by brazen iuvests in Government bonds and makes tents and resturauts at the Scales but uo the war question When we think of officials aud political sophistry great suf- Â¬ a living oil of the iuterest of his debts lives were lost though many were dug the wire heads at the helm and of the A Warm Friend grave consultations held by them and of fering aud inconvenience must follow He takes his bank notes aud buys more out uucousclous Foleys Colic Cure is very hot but A great many having outfits to move what a vast problem it is fit for diplo- Â¬ The chauge in the money staudard bonds aud your gold standard taya the when diluted it is a warm frieud iudeed that is goiug on here aud in Europe is mats only we laugh to hear discussions interest must be paid iu gold Thus the me blocks and tackles to get up tbe big to those suUerinxfroiu bowel wmipUiuta lrofesiors Pirtle and Peterman will enrichiug the money owners and im baukers keep our Government borrow- Â¬ hills between here and the Scales two of It never fads 2oe and 50o A K Fish Â¬ poveriebiug the millions of laboring men ing gold pay hills have a grade of about flye conduct a Review aud Professional to interest aud the Republi Â¬ thesbig H A hhelluiau ery Cloverpott Steph and upsettiug the whole fabric of civil can party upholds banks So Mr M hundred feet to the half mile It was School at Hodgensville during the sum- Â¬ ensport Gordon A llajnee lutesville aud commercial law creating great disÂ¬ W 1 your gold party is the hot bed of on these hills that the slide occurred this mer Prof Pirtle captured one of Meade E A Witt Hardinsburg content aud is liable to result iu some trusts and monoplies upholds the classes morning at 1130 Men were working countys girls Miss Mary McFarland May Co thiug serious against the inusaes it increases the pur- Â¬ with their ropes aud a great many were which makes uq feel proud of his suc- Â¬ Ontsido Your Business bucb an attempt was never made to chasing power of the gold dollar it coming down from the summit Wbeu cess as a teacher OANNELTON INH they saw the slide coming they tried to Succmt fasten tbe shackles of liuancial slavery April has been unusually fickle Al of Your busings is an education iu a on tbe laboring class of people before in lessens the price produce as measured run down the hill and many slid dowu teruatu clouds and sunshine with the by that dollar Your gold staudard certaiu way but unlet you read study tbe history of the world ropes but the snow caught them be Â¬ clouds iu excess This has caused busi plank was placed in your platform at St the travel and obiorvc outside of tbe store It is time that tbe people were inves- Â¬ Louis but was made in Wall Btreet by fore they reached the bottom aud when ness to be stagnant ia some branches or and util ze every uit ana of broadeniug tigating the mmey system of today and dug out some were still chngiug to the but upon thu whole up to April our and improving yoursuli you will become and what it was before the Wall street the advice of Rothchild Morgau Hanna ropes uever having moved after being merchants claim au excess of trade over A Co aul bas ruined your party narrow and superficial You may bo a buried It is a very sad accident many the spring of Jti and W syndicate look our government in poss Â¬ BlUUYAUST master in your vocation but outside you ession iu the year of 1873 Tbe Republi- Â¬ of the men had just paid their duty and Last Sunday was all that the most will constantly be embarrasied if you are were just pulling their camp outfit up can parly took one silver dollar which Hello exacting could ask for a May day a fit-Â¬ not a man of gunernl culture preparing to cross over to tbe other side was worth 100 cents uud good for all B J BEARD PruItfeaC Did you say that you were not feeling ting one for Childrens Day- which was Few young men realu that tbe time debts uud legislated against WILL iilLLBK Vioa Praiitat it and drop Â¬ well and that your stomach was out of Oue old gentleman in particular we celebrated at the Methodist church spent in good reading study aud gen ped from HBSABDrCufclr tbe coinage at tbe mints and order Well then try a bottle of Drt kuew having hauled his outfit to the it Tbe singing- was good with Miss Allie will probably be worth eral observation Scales lot hmu lie told us a few days made a law that said that our silver dol- Â¬ Caldwells Syrup Fepsin and you are ago that he-- had an only daughter at Reid at the organ who has a wonderfulmore to them iu the long run and will lars should only be taken to tbea mount sure of relief 1 Constipation and indi Â¬ home and that he was going to make a ly sympathetic touch and who plays UWBEAHD give tiiem infinitely more satisfaction all fractional coins to of live dollurs aud MOBRIS BSKRIDaS V gestion cured Sick headache cured fortune for her tier only inheritance with much expression The church was 1UK JOLLY than thu same time spent iu trying to tbe amount of 25 couts J Greatest boon to mankind and is being will be bis good wishes and tbe little decorated and the children did well iucroaso business in proÂ¬ It was then that the decline It is mortifying for nil uncultivated duce began and the great war between appreciated by thousands 10c will vet money he had in a belt woru around his INTEREST PAW 9H TIME KF9OTS you a trial sir- - bottle Larger sizes 60o waist Our boys were among the first to man uo matter how promiusut be may Send me capital began The people and 1 00 Of labor and Chas O Martin bo iu butmets to be thrown into thu the scene aud helped many a poor fellow raised such a kick about the decline iu of broaii miudud and cultivated H Company L fordsvlfle Brancfa St L out of the suow more dead than alive produce uud sensibly figured that dispeople U young foIkH only realuud criminating against Bo Fair With Your Competitors 15 apiece We hud paid our duty and silver was the cause TIME TABLE Mi IB- what great strides they could make in of Succeu1 were waiting for a good day to move our it That our great Republican party TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 1887 self culture by the wise uiy of even one And I will Send you Learn to cultivate fair mindedness and camp to Llnderman Being-- good Fres hud to do something the people were KaiC Bound Train WeitBaund Tralna hour a day In study tliuy would not fail culling for the packed in in plain of the silver a spirit of tolerance aud generosity byteriuus is thu only thing that saved us restoration Daily Daily Dally Daily to improve so great an opportunity toward your competitor There is no from being iu that awful snow slide xSun exSur axSun ax Sun STATIONS dollar aud their representative the dem Â¬ box one gallon No 1 No No3 Ko t It is painful to think of the thousands ocrat party secured the Bluud AlJiBon reason why bis advancement should be We do not work on Sunday that is a day IU SUain Lv Irvinirton Ar 9 oOam Of young men and women in this land 11 23 8 00 Garnald uct in 1878 which partially restored sil- Â¬ regretted by you as a blow to your pros- of rest with us aud hud those poor fel Â¬ T 1140 Harned pf opportunity who go to their places of 7 37 ver Mr tlayee having vetoed the bill pects instead of giving you pleasure It lows followed our example they probably 1147 lunctlon business yuar in and year out and plod demanding 7 27 1163 Hardiniburfr the free unlimited coinage should not be looked upon as a personal would have been enjoying life this even LllOjim 717 Junction along iu a huudriini manner without of ing as all tho Bucyrus and Roanoke 1223 70S Kirk silver and gold at the ratio of IU to 1 injury a no Jolly 1233 even attempting to keep posted upon the There is uo reasou why a man should boys aro Mr Fitzgerald aud myself Glondoana In the yeur of ltWO Mr Slieruiuu see Â¬ 830 1233 wonderful history whiuh is buiug madu ing that a financial pauio was ou had try to undermine his competitor by be- Â¬ walked from Sheep camp to Dyea four Dompiter 620 IPS arFallaBaughlv 8011 120 day by day Tlioy rarely glanco over Congress to pass the Sherman littling his excellencies and magnifying teen miles to mail letters home and L S 44 Dempster 146 Silver bill 6 38 nockvala 133 thu leading mago ties and periodicals Ruth 203 which provided that we buy four million his faulcs Do not let generous rivalry telegraphed Thu Evening Telegraph via SO and seldom read u hook except perhaps ounces silver bullion per 8 28 2 IS Aakina degenerate into treacherous warfare and Victoria that we were all safe knowing mouth and Oaka 230 B10 some flusliy novel petty selfishness and take tho place of a tliubourmmilios would worry until they Mitchell hayu it coined into standard silver dol- Â¬ 26nm Arfordnvillot 3 08am Uqw can thoy expect to build up broad Wo will oioss heard wo were all eafo lars and deposited in thu United States broad manhood N foundations to bdeomu strong intelli- Â¬ Treasury at Washington and sliver certi Learn to show a spirit of generosity over to tho other side Justus soon as thu gent cUiz nH without making an effort ficates he Issued and that gave us about and lingri heartodnees toward your rivals trail In iu shape aud will soon be be Â¬ to enlighten thoiusWvtH Second and Naln Louisville 0000000 per year and from 18b0 to and treat everybody with fairness You yond all post olllues but letters addressed One would think that Hit example of will llud this polioy will pay you in thu to Dyea will bu forwardud U the interior lhJI were the most prosperous times a Lincoln scouring Die country to bor- Â¬ we hod from 1873 to wu will be ransom tliut tinio in 18AJ4 end besides leaving you a larger fuller by privatuuarrleras row a hook or u ljougliihs striving to ably sura of getting at least one luttur lu The silver men hud control of the Re uud nobler man luarn to read from scraps of pnpr ou Do not spend your time crying down Wu sold our horse utt tho two months publican party and thuir platform came Um plantation or a potior on t fricf your neighbor hut build up yourself saniopriUBWo paid for lilln uud maun out iu glowing tiead hues ami mild WiwiiiMtire StMuubMt AMtin would Btir qvory youth of the present Inn American pcoplu fiom tradition Let thu superiority of your goods and onuugh out of our hauling to pay nur day to make use of opportunities ollurul The duty and buy additional provision Our ISLUV HrfWT favorud tint lru coinage of both gold uud methods of bushieos advance you - - - KEMTUBKY byuveiingwhooiH town libraries with Hilvur and thu Republican party ffivors world always looks with contempt upon outfit weighs ovHr 1120110 pounds and it reading rooms thu liomu Study thalf Local Agonti both gold uud aiivornd iliu money of thu a man who attempts to build himself up keeps us hintling to movn it from place Qluhs or other means of education now constitution mill liiu Democrat party hy pulling others down or to ulfmh up to piiuo Wo will probably go sixty HsiHttMHl Fartlllur Cmm m bo whifily availablu tunny of them with of othurn Thu world miloa down thu lakes nndthen build our cauiii out ipr free uoinugu of gold and silr ou thu misfortunes Kansas City Menf and res justice aud falr duallng 0i ttxpense to thu Mmlmit tatM Qll Cwpwiy vr K to 1 uud denounced ilut Sherman ad m Iattempt to taku advaiiluuu of auothr boats us it will bu iiiiiuh easiur rawing dnvelops one only along a flinlilfba than pulling sleds Wllunovnr you hear Deal era m bilvir hill as a cowardly makeshift and any qertaln Ijim on a single side Unless pledged themselves to speedily repeal it or will inevitably react upon yuurmtlfi had raporla like thu above from Alaska Ioom Hash Blinds Yollow PiaaReor auiiiiHtiuJ hy selfuulture th char Tne people thought that the timu had and mako you a smaller and meatier do uot worry about thu iliicyruu push lug audlCeillng Weather BoaruMag qeUir ia wjtliout- Byiiiinetry and strength wo will uhvaya try to look out forourr coiiiu whnu thu rights of thu masses man ahitiglos Bait1 Lima Gttaaafc Mapy rrieit who linvq become wealthy would he adjusted and When a folio w clurk la advanced to a selves audiseu to it that nothing- - hup the money of tho Laths Fluster Plastering r ally hamiiered aiid amJilnfluflnMa hlgior position congratulate him oorr puns to any ad tho hoys constitution would bo restored aud pros Hair Plow HfcadiM a tiiuir lives btiuaiieo they did cmped dlnlly Do not atorlbu his advance to Ijam slnoundy perity would rrturn again riptnikqth most- - of thoir lelbiire fpr good luck Avoid all narrowneba and Ruin hut oh what a sd disappointment Bjfflmrir0yimh wJihi yoiiPK- FaUlftftaJaU FuPalAAtaUtlflUBuJaUiatAal Iliuy VQtd fpr Cleveland to atimnand meanness and petty jealousy cultlynto COT WraVWvM I WmWWW9BK hIHIP ttMait VIA Buckleys ArnlMiSftlvWi I W rlHfHal MHfcMW M elected Congress i broad generous and hearty spirit tlio Democrats TiiNliVHTSAtVJ iu thu world fort Cnt T Q0HPHpJtvM Lewis oti was ci lid and tlm gold Republicans awl Mean stingy and unuharilablu men UJuers Salt Rhounn Fo HrnlBes Sort never adyance vary far in the world Afl an howHt rflititidy Furys Hww gold Jrniocrata repvalfcd thu thermal aHhJar tjpta nptihold oqtlnlsa ltppea In silvrr hill and ftltd tn rt stim sliver and audi oven if they happen to mako van Boras Totter Chapped lined Chllt Aroyoaieolac to VESTWKilD from tk trip D you advfnwl stage hut triitiirniiy qlin to placed n on a gold standard money aya- - money tho worlilidaspuyea them in spit blfttim Corns mid all Skin KthrWdhs Â¬ mvcra BNNKii aadpostlvtdy onros Ill da or napy inof it iMtJip very wnrst JfSKWMffk vwnfprftHiid tluthitlwaUac It is giiRHUitited to g4vn perfetit All tho wttalth ofi a VwidmWlt ory a quired tpflfjfatin cur ryid if MUly uwilt JV cpa m JNMYwKmM utility Lsuipa rtlMcmtMl Itockftfollow could iwvpn wak a mm atlfctiou or morwy iWuimM 1ritM nf liHir Ywtr- fiul Ailbaaw UM j9 wm SLuMiroa olllJr uaiI r Ml HUQO THAVPAM FI AQtTiamUMtavMeV 45 out of a wwrnw iwWsHrJilw nr Uws ForanUu b Short IfWP rWWArWI04irTTjIuiai STf UMM miN SUidumcHf QroIph k1 j AWLjVFTa PHHMIWMWnfllWMaHMIMl VIUB hiwwmwiw ii wwpipil f 9r vmmnm wm CURRENCY QUESTION KLONDIKE HORROR Martindale Pouliij Yaids EGGS FOR SALE thxet Bjurdi T Cwfclru iVxy Wk Kgtifrora tny Ilmbir S C It tjuhoin ofllwubcneforMso lor ilV tmpeUI Pliln itotk fn mP Iront Turkey hlpfd nwh r f R tl oo per dotrn Mppsd A f and n ne hnl rcl ftetli tgK My Mock l rteeled orders 6lfd at good at money cm buy Addrett nthr nt Ungttiim Jf of folLwieg biefdil Duff ICI int Light ss niV Mlnor t MROMR MAHTIN i llox jS Oracrville Kt Â¬ A NEW Henderson Eoute LonisTills gtBisfMB St Blacksmith Shop At Lni 44 ft Co Time Card la Effect June 20 97 Eatt Bound No 6 41 No No 46 1 Â¬ LtSU I M Â¬ ArrLoulnllle Kvaimllle Henderson SpotUvilla Owentboro llaweiTflle CloTt rport Stepheniport Irving ton BntnaenburK Weit llonnd Il 6 43 1007 1043 1112 716 738 818 917 Kim 766am 868pm 220pm 245i 310 2 48 37 128 344 400 4 40 6 03 622 6 03 621 1235pm 745 4I No 6 CD 4 60 6 10 I 623 667 617 780 43 No 861 916 961 10 11 No 9 82 1021 1036 1068 1148 12 12 1 45 Lr Loultrllle Brandenburg Irylngton Stcpliensport 7 f 0m 460pm 6 43 720 739 823pm 962 Clorrrport Owentboro bpottiWile Henderson Evanivllle ArrSt Louis lUwurllle V G Babbage Will Act as 1135 1135 1217pm 1240 1 15 100 10 96 9 47 40 8C4 23am 5 16 f h 732 720 Â¬ Â¬ Administrator Guardian trains run through Solid tn Eyantvllle Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on nil trains between Si Louis Evanville and Louis vllle Numbers it and 42 connect at Irvlngton for Fordsville and Hardlntburg daily except Sunday II C MOItDUE A G P A Louisville Ky A I ItU - Louisville HendereOnSt Louis I yC Assignee Etc SCHEDULE TIME TRklnjr Uffect At 618O asro 4 K Twenty Years perience otslck A 8ndajs Kij EaU Mall 42 80 1897 I tfail Sound Traint 43 41 otnoIVotri A Kiprs Kiprs Dally 4C0pm 6 03 6 40 6 48 Mall STATIONS Settling Estates- Dally 7 30am 7 48 iTUnn 537 633 818 821 8 35 8 42 8 61 82 6 00 All Legal Matters Given Prompt 9 13 609 618 626 Attention t6 707 712 661 869 907 915 9 23 9 31 West Point Howard Willowdale Hock Haven Lone Branch JlrandenbarK Irvlngton Webster Rkron Guston Kentucky St ptar Kxpra Rxpr Dally Dally 12 20 1215pm 7 45uo llfOim 665 1145 1135 1128 1121 7 S3 661 645 640 6 34 1112 1102 1063 1045 1087 1024 7 20 724 727 1S9 7 43 932 943 951 966 969 1011 1014 1025 1033 1043 1049 1068 1105 1114 1125 1151 1165 lxdlbirg Pierce Addison Sacple Stephenspoil Holt Cloverport Hawesville Pctrie Falcon Lewisport Waitman Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlngly Shops SMUman 1020 1015 1007 1002 J HHunsche The TAILOR with Casper 8 33 8 42 9 05 764 804 812 818 827 940 927 917 909 903 864 838 827 818 807 969 9 45 630 6 22 518 615 6 03 5 00 4 49 4 40 560 5 42 6J4 628 618 610 603 433 4 58 8 47 419 413 4 863 01 - Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month Griffith 802 Stanley 73s Worthington 752 1209 939 Reads 745 Spotts riBe 9 47pm 12 17 73s Bassctt 9 34 pn- 1224 7 31 010pm 1240pm ar 713m Train No 41 and 4a make connection vington daily except Sonday with trains from HarJinsburg and Fordsville Branch 9 32 916 921 925 llSoam 1202 1148pm 363 3 44 3 33 329 3 26 - 320 313 307 301 10 I48pii at lr and Only line running Parlor Cars between Lons ville Owentboro and Henderson Onlydirect line to the North and East For further information call on or address Agents er HCMORDUE AG PA Lalaile Ky bank B BA O S O SW KY HAEDI1TSETJIIG Truss leave Loninville aa follows - Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ ri 3d 50 JONES h W RAILWAY Cincinnatl and the St Louis and the West No ao- - No 16 No 18 Lr Louisvilla gajam 245pm 233310 ArCincinnatf 845am sr 55am 605pm Ar Columbus sr 13am SiSPm ir 05pm 8 33pm Ar Pittsburg 735am Ar Washington 650 am irsoam Ar Baltimore 1 2opm 750am Ar Philadelphia 10 15am j 40 pm a jonn An New York 5 cjpm Ar Boston oopm 3 9 05pm Nrain No id has eleiranc Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without changeTrain No iS has elrganc Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawlnjr room and dining cars Cincinnati to Now York without change Tram No ao ha sleepers to Cincinnati open at g oclock to receive passengers I r St ArSt Unite StrlRgfleltf No so I -- Â¬ i OlcTCoon Hollow iv Whisky u None Purer None Finer SIMON nariestowu accommodation leave a at J 30 p m except Sunday Trama Nos to so and 44 hav elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis T1LAIN3 ARRIVE From East 7 33 a m ta 13- - noon 6 40 p m ia as a m 3 so a m From West 7 sc a ra ia 13 p m 8 40 p m City Ticket oftlce coutheasr corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and riven For detail information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc address n 3 BROWN District Paw Jt Ticket Agent 11 O S WIlv 4th and Main Louisville Ky General Pattenger A urnr Cincinnati I 44 a 35am LrLouitville 8 aopnu 3mn Louis 640pm 133011n yraam ArSpnngSeld 840pm 933am North Vernon accomodation lnv tirrr m daily w4 the Noi 8 West No Â¬ J H r5Bejaia CHESaBROUGir Ohio WARlfUL Assistant uenerot rattimger Axent Clncumatl Uhlni M GB or J Safety Comfort Â¬ GREGORY CO kifii w STBAMWtBi ETusii Eacket Liaev Mf MalliElBBBMWew BEST TRAINS Culiriis Pidfie Gust Louisville and EyaMVrl SI Mi Ilyaii D G BJLQOSCv Vf 1 Maa4r A Blthop Oosner Partr larw S PMinyMatr ET - IMWaililiiLliiiiji TSEEtOMlT R H DUIartJ Jtk4trW Bl JfwrWHJiaWr VtUyt mhI Utmi Asm rsfwtt Â¬ a Piii Kukj Mi Hick ect Sfwir rfclyVyJtMirt Wlweei Crattril Hr I il Vrrigkt a JlTSMirf rVkMibrMli St Clitcafp DO YOU TRAVEL ar rftf o SLMtt mmL ft4 TrkT6rrHwM Ui eylajsiati 4eWi lji tWlMWJitMiM MffSff aiiimamtilsUii wi A f 57 ZgHfiy Tkw W41 OeMMlI C MlkrfWiwt WJtMM ll oHiiayaj tmfUftit sJrtk oi msi hub a4rrIt-twMvfrW - W4WU44 m41 1W Mil Atmmi O IWWhlemwwiaarfrtt1tll y WtntkjyXJVJb c y- L MCTf lie tllepoeod ot n large quantity tobacco Of icrrg Kcioral BrMckUls gee J J Dyer and MAI AN HOURS Mn C FrariV Ditto Upon clone dr- - 4 - expbnatton llbttcy whatever for his pen letcnt vronr- t btleii mo To those living nmi1tfWdhlricl 1 wife Ia 11 rls When tho doctors considered mo ncurabto Ayern Cherry Pectoral cured Jtvfl of She Is tick when they left but tM tt Ia was eome better went to Phllpot xrttiiliirtlloit Dr K 1 Newsom Is having a new tin roof put ou the Moorman residence on lie will also have the Main street Oh house repainted B LAUDINOIS Kosloro Wte HALr SIZU B0TTLB5 Breckenridge WEDKNttDAY MAY Ll J News 11 1698 2 Local Brevities i Ltuto Hlcka It lu Louisville War novelties of alt kinds SitUers Nice now lot of Trilby fans Suitors Gubn lUgs 5 10 and 25 cents Suitors II 0 Oerf wont to Loulavlllo Sunday The price of wheat has gono out of Mrs Bight Fresh vegetables olovon kinds fru- Â¬ iters Straw lints In tho latest shapos Sul zora Set of flower tools only 10 cento Hultern Dont forgot us on plcturo frames Sulxirs L B Perkins of Irylngton was in the city Srfudny Charles Callage of Oannolton visited this city Sunday See ourjllno of ladles and childrens parasols Sutlers Qeorgo Baker of Owensboro spent Sunday in tho city A A Lallolst went to Glendeane on htisliu M Tuesday Mrs J 0 Harris is attending the May festival at Louisville Master Thomas Ferry has gone to Hen- Â¬ derson to visit relatives Dr S B Adklaeon has returnd from Louisville and Webster Ohaa Lisbon is giving his butcher shop a new coat of paint The Harnmans are giving their store front a new coat of paint Only 1 48 boys an etegant bowl and pitcher at Gregory Gibsons Smokers of pipes should Inspect the line carried by Gregory A Gibson John Lilliard is one of Cloverpoita representee at Lonlsville this week Mr Till Pauley visited tils Uncle Mr Till Fierce at Bardatown last week Are yon without a knlfa and want one If so the best place is Gregory Gibson When yon want a straw hat see onr display yon will profit by it So lets A Y Ford managing editor of the Courier Journal was in the city Monday Mr Jesse Graham of the L fit L H railroad is visiting relatives in this city Clyde Morrison and Wilburn Gregory spent Sunday Irt Cannelton Kier guests of friends Postmaster D J Morrison and John Farrott of Pelfvilfe were in the city yesterday John Shousa went to Can nd ton jester day where he has quite a large contract forplaeterfnar CapC Jam s Hennfn and Attorney JCelley spent a most pleasant evening in this city Sunday OIliaTbuBey has returned homo after attending the races at Louisville ot the peet ten days The new Baptist parsonage is nearing completion and promises to be a hand some structure George Jolly William Jolly and Wm Beard of Jolly Station were in town Sat arday on business Mr and Mrs Emmett Gregory have goB to-- housekeeping in one of Burtons houses on the hill MfrwMary Weatherholt of Hancock county fs the guest of her brother Mr Marfan- - Weatherholt Barney Squires a farmer residing near Hardinsburg and a successful one too was in the city this week Mr Fv A Baldwin went to Elissabetl town Ills and Paducah yesterday He goes to vfeft Mb relatives Mr and Mrs David Culley came home They yesterday from Meade county have been visiting her relatives The pretty flowers of all varieties were neverso abundant Moatf every person ik adorned with a beautiful rose of some type Jesse F Weatherholt lota Biirdette atT Allen Blaelr threit of this countys jHtffriotic men have1 left toenllst lu the army 5feVil Mrs Armstrong and children toRockvalo Monday where tliey spend1 several1 weeks with her par- Only 25 cent a J T Daniel accom panted by Ida daughters Lei and Vlrgle went to Owenthoro for a two weeks visit with relatives Tuesday Mr Sptrral Kasey Arrived front Vine Groyo yesterday He Is one of tnat towns prominent capitalists and has in tercel in this city Mr and Mrs James Holder of Nash vtllo Tonn have come to the city for tho summer Mr Holder Is an artist of State leputation Mn Frank Fratte and sister Miss Jennie Warlleld left Monday or Louis villa They will vUlt Mr and Mrs Warren Richardson Miss Sarah Dallman housekeeper for Father Nlehaus of Flaherty was In the city Tuesday and spoke in complimen- Â¬ tary totms of our edition George Newman of tho Cincinnati Cooperage Company went to Louisville with his wife and family Monday to at tond the May festivities it Is a self evident fact from the many praises coming in that tiie Maws fully met tho requirements of the public In issuing its illustrated edition Mrs Edward Hambleton Jr and Miss Annie Hambleton of Sorghotown are with Mr and Mrs 0 E Llghtfoot and will bo their visitors for n week or more Mrs C E Llghtfoot whos health has been at a very low stag Is fast recovering it will not be many days until she will be able to be up and walking a round One of Hardlnsburgs moat promising and distinguished young men lias In- Â¬ formed one of Clovorports handsome daughters that be positively will not go to war Mrs Skinner and family prominent residents of Patesvitle were in the city Friday doing their tprlng shopping They bought a large bill of goods from our merchant J E Keith sold a handsome monu Â¬ ment to Jesse L Owen of Glendeane this week The memorial will be placed over the grave of Mr Owens wife at the family cemetery near Glendeane Major Henry T Stanton died Sunday at his home In Frankfort He was a poet editor historian and soldier He possessed a mind of wonderful versatility of Ken and was the poet laureate tncky The special war revenue tax imposed on tobacco and cigars goes into effect to Â¬ day Local dealers anticipated the rise in prices and cigar drummers sold over thirty thousand cigars to retailers in this city tht past week Henry Yeager bridge foreman of the Breckenridge Cannel Coal Company statvd that the indastriai News edition snrp issed any thing of its character ever before undertaken by publishers of a weekly newspaper Mr John Burns returned Sunday night f om Lexington where he had been to attend the Kentucky State Union Ep Mr Burns was ranchf worth League stated over his trip and said tfieraeet fng was an perfect success Â¬ Ju and Mrs William- Sahlie went to Mr Safilte who mm Owensboro Friday an engine on the Texas for several years has retired from this way of mak ing a living He has purchased a good farm in Daviess county where he will reside in the future Mr Eugene Marlow of the Cincinnati Coperagrt Company when in the city lat week said i My company Is making extensive preparations to clear a large tract of timber land in the mountains and I will most probably be sent to man aire the work Witlmera famous summer resort in Cannelton will on Sunday May 15 op Â¬ en its gat s to the public and tt cordial Invitation 1st xtended to you to come You are assured of an excellent time Dont miss this occasion as many friends will be present who no doubt wish to see you once more The firm of Shelman A Co of Irving ton Ky composed of R E Hawes for- Â¬ merly of Hawesville andE It Bhelman of Union Star have purchased a lot in Irvington and will commence at once the erection of a handsome two story brick business hnuBe 26x75 feet This firm has only been located at Irvington for eight months but have built up a splendid trade See their advertisement in this issue There are many summer resort throughout fadhuM but none1 probably to1 equal1 Wittaaers famous resort in CauHelti It i simply an ideal place to throw away all cares and troubles no expoiwor preparation1 have beeu spared1 to make Sunday May 1 a day of Many attractions enjoyment will greet you so come ad bring your Excelleat ttiuslo btw been en friend gaged and a great time 1b assured you Vfr pleas--urea- WarrAMM ad three eiaaof pages of colored maps contala--lu- u Sixteen aSo adl saw Cubaaud Huvutia Harbor Philil plue blanda Porto Rica Spain and tbV B B1 OgUtiy la making axtenBiv im West Indies Sp lilt and Portugal North jM ovemoatsalionU tils fknni aitunled IW America United States and Europe tew- the city He Isjwtthig up an oUtru tings for all1 nations all for J5 cettu jww wire fence Bula rs W C Wborwaai omi off tile leading 8tarttt lut oufe Tho humttn 8olt fcwtew mwtfoftH thrt vl HM1U town I You can keep it go of llhulbano jniond1 rVnnuH- tlln rlfr by uMug Hi ww te HrtWeavllliT BK loDt Bud DVitt8 Little Early Risers the famnua t I Ill- - - MMIBllrt all ulltll Heband liver troubles Sit rt A tlaynea for its - atv Iron shoe stand lasts mend1 voucown money with one Sul Woy oi aHd010081 oKalriy i 1 CASTOR I A oA Ztf HUiiiOHIlkn liMMiw iHMt Uiiniw NtT New IrviMgtoM Firm iVvhigtim now lias a new hardware fopoedi - of tw of her mnrt iittirurimi g iltla- if W J V gott aul MWWWffH ltll pHniieiBhlp lufttle oommeiulitt1 i lilt stair ban htlscm horth bt Mnaoti and null I xii The idea ot n Retilucktnit going rtc item in u rirt t ofilrrttnd tfki bo tar neliavl by I TIih city Can be Had tit he Perusal of e litor otplittih n the Imudsoiitu that this Hr didnt ludlcatn bit wasculur blltid hut Who could blame for sick hi adrtclld llldlgestlotl This Sprightly Column him jMiHi Imrertd tewlsmlexliw malaria torpid llvot1 cotwtipa Mlm Mary Luntx uneut nur Very hatid YVhloh RetUeU ha News er arandtntmrg Monday to attend the tiotl and alt bilious diseases somest girls lett amitha Vlewi ef one of Iti dye concerts of May Festival Brljhtett Mind Prof A 0 Button lectured at Buffalo La Ituu county ItiBlead d Ketiyoti col Jo Hendrltk bai returned from Texa li ge 1 was mtslhtothicd 1 haven letWe can bo honest and frank with bo ter front Mies Lttlit UtUletler who Is tencbltnt music at Buffalo lit which she few lit this world ot expediency Mr Bitrloila tectum Was grand b4 Mr Alton Aunstrong rpetit laid Sun and was well received Lula lias n Very day In Evansvllle with friends latgt claw and Is meeting with great Mr and Mrs Jens llerndnti spent Sun Â¬ nUCtees day with Mr and Mrs J V Ltwls Tho Illustrated tdltion ot this patter Arc Enough to Swell he Heads Miss Ellen It Itendrlck was the gtleet certainly came Up to our most fatiguing of Modest Men ot Mrs Blanche Fontaine laetSundav ex LlallohB The eUts Were the beBt 1 Brandenburg Normal will bave a pic Â¬ over saw true to Ilia It look me n lotig What Our donUmporarles and Friends time to lead It carefully but the perusal nic at Sulphur Springs next Satuiday Think of the 8peclnl Edition paid The edltolB are certainly to be eongs tailed lo cheer Will Howards tougratttlated and Ed Goodnight Is hltn bo ties lu Onto with wife and baby certainly 1he following coiUplluienta have been the mah lo be at the helm The Mi ol May In Kentucky a snow when It coines to elicit work bestowed Upmi our special edition by storm It Ib tint unexpected that hap our exchangee and there nle others lb Unfdrtubate Feoble pens follow Well tVrltimi Brother Phillip Jenkins Is at Norfolk Are they who while suffering front Kid The BnucKUNiiiiiuB Nktts of Clover to attend the Southern Baptist Conven titty illBeaseH are prejudice Hgathst all ad la out in vertised remedies They shuuld kiiow port delailhtg a liaudBome Biieclnl oftituii tion the tho attractlolis ler that Foleys Kidney Ctire Is hot a quack euUitty as n plaei for br Lee and Dewey would he put back In The the kindergarten to hear some folks talk remedy but an honest guaranteed inedl capitalists seeking Investments illuspaper is well written and profusely Iltiit fir Kidney niut Bladder troubles war trated Louisville Courier Journal Ai It Fisher Cloverport j It AShellmau Â¬ John Wimps pretty home III Illustrat- Stephetitport Gordon A tinynes Pates ed Nana is synonymous with Kentucky i 41 rent Credit A Will ilnrdliiBbUrg vllhtj The illustrated t dltloti of tile BnacK hospitality RNitlhtlu Nrws ri Heels great credit to all Mrs llesson has gone to see her fattier PnOSPEHOUS FREIGHT BUSINESS concerned Its contents have historical Mr Clark of Leltclttleld who lias n value which will cause many copies to paralytic stroke ttecetpts From This Station Keep Increas- be long preserved Cannelton Enquirer V Mr P P Archer and Mrs Wordle ing Some Large Conlraols Seoured Toi or the Lint Archer attended services at the Catholic by the Henderson Route The current issue ot the Breckknriixib church Sunday Nrws is a handsome one and shows that The local freight business for Clover-p-j- patter at the top of Kentucky weeklies Success too much of tt alienated one ilancock Clarion is remarkably ileavy and shows Suffering from bis fellow creatures signs of Increasing Station Agent Hoard makes Us akin A JTIitrrtil nf lixcnlleuce in an Interview with a News reporter A crowd of our youtig people had a The Cloverport News issued a splendid says that the receipts for this depart Â¬ pleasant Sunday afternoon with Mies week edition It was filled ment til this city will range from 75 to specialhalf tone this Illustrations printed ou with Annie Uotvdeti 100 per day About seventy five cars heavy cream tint piper and Is a marvel Often when Individuals and nations ot lumber are to be moved over the ol typographical and literary excellence feel most secure then It is their founds Madlsonvllle Hustler Short Line to this city and transferred tlons crumble prospects from here to Owensboro The llenta Them All Thanks are das Mr Ohas Moremen are tttat the Henderson Route will Edition of the The Homeseekers our clever wharf master for favors shown secure this fat contract BrtECKENRifxjti Newb beats them all It in getting up my party The strawberry season will open up the contains 16 pages and is profusely illusinhabitants latter end ot thla week and growers trated wlttl half tone pictures o plsces Not many of our oldest The can remember likes of the Beautldl across the river hdve already made ar Â¬ and people well as Babbages are fine good editors and rangements for lie shipment ot 1000 printers as falling as late as May Oth they gi acattlng they go acat when Wonder if Admiral no longer Com Â¬ crates of berries from here to Owensboro- - tlng Semi Weekly Interior Journal The Acme Brick Company has sold Stanford Ky li modore Hewey is stuck tip any Co of Irv- Â¬ 150000 brick to Shellman call Solomons advice he is let him re Ilepfete Willi lonrl Thing ington and this consigment will necessi- Â¬ Father Whalan preached a sweet con- tate the nse of from 15 to 20 cars to move Ttiis weeks edition of the Brkckkn soling sermon last Sunday on the lnflri them Mr Board says that the prospects Htnue Nbws Brothers John D and V O and one ol ence o the Holy Ghost and divine tor a further increase ot bnsinem are ex- Â¬ Babbages paper Kenlncky wasthe very best weeklies lri sixteen grace ceedingly bright and he also states that pages In size Eight pages were denom- Â¬ inated the Home Seekers Edition We are traveling to the beautiful city the pai senger traffic is tremendous and it was replete with the good things We may never reach it of the Ideal Semi Weekly of and for Breckenridge When Weak Weary and Waster but the thought is nevertheless very Progress Elkton pleasant 1 From Kidney diseases why not try Fo Â¬ Miss Mary Owings and her tittle niece leys Kidney Onre a guaranteed mediIIarttnmei Yet The fSrtECKKtfRtrxiit Nsws leaned a Otie Owing left for Wolk Creek Satur Â¬ cine A IJ Fisher Cloverport It A edition seekers day night after a visit o Mrs Ike Shellman Siephensport Gordon Hay which proved home one of the handsom Â¬ to be A Wilt Hardins est papers svaf gotten out in the State OwJngs nes Patesvitle Louisville Times I bave an invitation from Miss Daisy burg Mclntlrn to Jgan College commence- BRAVE SOLDIER BOYS ment June 1st Daisy finishes her AS OTHERS SEE US course in mnsio ibis year Given an Ovation by Cloverport at Is onr government in a condition to How Citizens In All Parts of the the Depot Let this acquire colonial possessions County View the Cloverport canght a glimpse of the cir nation decide The Phlllipines would Edition enmbtances of war Saturday at noon If be of commercial value to us was exactly 1248 when a passenger train Miss Maydee Pnsey is visiting Misses of five coaches and on baaga car load Â¬ The following gentlemen at Hardins Kate and Irma Gordon this week at New ed with troops pulled into the Henders- bnrg speaking of the special edition of Albany Miss Maydee is a lovely girl on- Riuto depot The platform was the Nkws said Crowded with citizens who cheered the John P Has well Jr It was splendid and Is popular at home and abroad Jld glory and the flag of I was surprised to see so perfect an boys Instily Dr Whifeitt will continne president Cuba were waved frantically by a crre edition come from the county press Ohas Beard It was a good paper and of Theological Seminary ami dimension of hands and they excited a wonderfully The companies tt fleeted great credit npon its promoters patriotiedemonstradon will continue too it Is a pity thf learn- Â¬ ahoard the train were from Henderson Major Horace Scott It will be a valu Â¬ Roy able factor in promoting the beat inter Â¬ ed doctor ever dived into ICAt questions Owencboro and Madieonville of the ests of Breckenridge county ffeyser son of Landlord Heyser When we saw that a John Lancaster HeysT house was a Cloverport boy with County Clork Owen Cunningham It went down- with the Main we supposed Co H of Owensboro was a apiended piece of work and rehe was the son of Mr R B Lancaster flects credit upon the effice besides doing Attended The Festival near Garrett Meade county but he was greaf good for the county of its This city sent a large delegation from Owensboro Ky W K Barnes Attorney-at-LaThe We note with much emotion that music loving Citizens to Louisville Mon Â¬ illustrated edition will doubtless bring immigrants to tho county and serve to Mark Hanna and B R Tillman have day to attend the May Music Festival keep our own young men at home as it Among those represented are Mr and is an ftbj cc lewon that will each them embraced each other in their joy over The lion and the Itfrs W tt Bowmer Mrs S P Conrad thooppjrtunitiea within their grasp American victories and son Shelby Miss Jeandtte Warfleld lamb shall lie down together B F Beard Breckenridge is a good Miss Lula Oweri Dr Simons and Walter county and its resources were truthfully 1 have roceived the Hancock Clarion Smart described in the special edition of the an excellent paper published in Hawes News It will do groat good ville and in which is my article on the J W Guthrie The special edition The Grand Jury Lucile Home Other papers in which is was out of sight Circuit court fs now in session and1 the an account of it are yet to come Rev Father Gabe f was much pleas Â¬ following good men will help pouf griat Cherry son of the Rev J T into the hopper Thos R Carman A ed with the special edition of the JSKwa The paper the beBt county publication Cherry who wia pastor of the Methodist R DeJarnette Jno W Jarboe Bon Lay in the Btnto isbut it eclipsed itsulf In thia Jno H Butler D B Parish J H effort church here in 93 and SHhaa left school Richard Carman r R S MoorCman in Bowling Green for parrs unknown Morris Eugene Beauchamp and Flt H Hero in OloVerport tho people were yery enthusiastic in regard to tbe He is supposed to have gone to Cuba Dear M 1 Payno is foreman editioti Mrs Ella Ditto of LortgrBranchjolned Julius Nolte manager of Suzers aaid our party at her landing for the Festival i It was tbe moat enterprising newsifsiyww---- Mre Wm M Ditto were paper venture and the most successful trip Mr and one too that ever came to my notice in our party A party from Muldrauglv Eugene and John Vest of Vest Bros joined tw at Weathers Landing for emporium both expressed ftfammoth Louisville themselves aa being highly pleased with i The glimpse of the ptetureequeFalbi 6 the edition The illustrated Rough remiaded me of our Buttermilk Jamea Afeorman edition waa truly metropolitan It shows Falls and again1 we think of ftebing TheV do not comolain 6f Nuwa has etperged front ita awad tho excursion1 to that point in1 twocounties anythirifjf irt barticuiar They dlfitg clothes to the full stature of man Â¬ amin which we were disappointed last hood eat enoueh but ker thin arid summer Rev Jollier It waa n hnudsomo paper Well 6ule Theyappea-r-nii-fland olio that will do good Mies Carrie Duke among the most but hiave no strength You 0 W Sanded Evansvllle AcceOt accomplished1 violinists lri this country caNnot say they are really congratulations on your wonderful1 edi- Â¬ to to wed a New York banker himself a sick and1 so you call them tion of May 1 r am eotifldent it cau be musician Mine Dlike laldaWe mUttical delicate safely said thai its rqtial has never bean published by a country paper to tbe ambition1 when her afllutty cameoU the Whatcaii be dorte for them Tho illUstratlona were The rostrum Our answer is the same that S state rerirepentinx the home olQuo News ricerio the have been the best physicians I hear a number of compliments ox was Q realistic could fancy Myself giving for a quarter 6f a cen Â¬ hitching a horao OU the Op y oath side teudwt to Mies1 Maggie Dollltle both a of the Btreet I am a clea wader of tury Give therri Sunday Bcliool teacher Baptlut a ndaa a your valuable pper adwtak your IV see hebf to pupil1 of the Normal ftttuee naceow witt trkat the know ahu baa strong individuality atul1 8 J 1UW y toattiSr Ultuatrat muoli originality two raw attributes1 wl MHMta w mm Clove rpoH of CMitier Oit witk hac aiw ava few m tut nolnt a Iti letter front tiiy little frled phosphite ft mot r- its welfare f Denver Colomlo Florence1 Smith m 111 promote ku i nwratWDUB nourinin powir w Mkrw tbe t tmm she eayd1 it snowed from May lat Mtri ft What nrMienride li JkfSBSt nafVMCOiorvoinvDiooo but Od when It wan a foot iW BHhif ttwHy to tk nt F T HibH arrived hnma mi- Fioreo writ ni Ued dtatM K wM power to an vnlia Mp vwuiboro mw of Iter beautiful tturreiitttlitK ft two ua mad tunvit Mr auu k aBliL A VkVc T Ditto cpHl 8oUry wWi W and Birk nWuN MMr V1fDtr rWemOOMk Mr much pJeai aatssssnta etm MfiMtor LBSL immmmmmmmmiMm -- jiwi j IHiMln44 m ltr of be N ttMh mmt7 rauittrka ra beanl to tlilst UDIWIVTMII pret am m fiuyenter M ttwttU- Editor Arttaftfi Jtd of the ivam iamWiJMB Your ENJOYMENT Ttttta Pilht nstblothoyledthi Busy Time Now We caii furnish ybU vltii clUsato an nlisolute cure Everybody will begin ail active yotiBel against tot You will Waiit to doBd Tuts Liver Pilte Â¬ Â¬ THE POSIES THROWN AT US Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ burntr-seekeri- -i Straw Mattings Ingrain Carpets Window Shades Carpet Papers Curtain Drapery Picture Frames Ab Enamel Paints Oome to us and let us help refit your home We can do it cheaply We can do it neatly Â¬ V Â¬ SULZERS See the line of Wnr Novelties rt V Cuba Flags and Ilattleshlp Maine Pictures was fine Illustrated edition did yod all credit li V Â¬ V Â¬ Squire L A Foote It was a d bully edition Every word about J P Haawell Sr was true J H Wills Tbe paper was fine and will do this county great good Lawrence Relchert travellneagent for the Frank Feher Brewing Company made bis usual visit to this city last Upon glancing over the illus- Â¬ week trated edition of the I1rkckknrIok Nkws said he I am bound to say it is certainly a great credit to this town and eounty and readily convinces one that the proprietors are progressive publish- Â¬ ers Bewley ville Ky Editor Nkws Your Extra is an honor to yonr long news paper career and does the county Bion Jolly pronti THESE BOQUETS Were Thrown at us Through the Halls by Admiring Friends A bath with Cosmo Buttermilk Soap exquisitely scented Jssoolhlngand beneficial Sold everywhere Provisions Will Boom The upward tendency in wheat said Charlie Babbage the well known gro- Â¬ cery drummer will put tbe price ot provisions out of sight Pork and beef as well as all other staples will soon be bringing war prices and the farmer who baa n surplns of bog and hominy will coin more money than a Wall street broker Millions Given Away is certainly gratifying to the public to know Of One concern In the land who are not afraid to begenerons to the needy and suffering The proprietors of Dr Kings New Discovery for Conanmptlon Cooghs and Colds have given away over ten millions trial bottles of thia great medicine and liavo the satisfaction of knowing It has cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarseness and all diseases of tho throat chest and Inngs are surely cured by it Call on Short Haynes druggist and get a trial bottle free Regular sz 60c and l Every bottle guaranteed or It Â¬ V - Â¬ Miss Beftle Webb McQuady I must congratulate you npon tbe success of your illustrated edition I expect to send it away to friends Miss Addie Ditto Louisville Three cheers for tho Nkws I It waa fine in particular and I never saw better evety cuts in a newspaper price refunded Miss Eva Oarrigan Guston We are today in receipt of the illustrated edition of the Breckcnridok Nkws and if is certainly a credttablo production Mrs Mary Bewley of Gnston writes The paper is great I Bob Woods has not improved any In looks bnt ho is as smart and entertaining as ho can be tALE Chfap five owi and retand lx John P McAdams Hawesville Yonr hoatt Thoroughbred Poland Chin pedl edition was fully up to my expectations reed and lubjeci to regmry Herbert fteard Ifiirduxhurt which were great I hear it spoken of in tho most complimentary way by exchange for land note or live everyone stock one house and lot in the town or C over Miss Helen Brasboar Gas City We tort Ky tfiiuted on the river near Oregory warehouse Said in received the Nkws with the illustrated Kor futher particulars property iiVic good repair address rtobensvm edition You have no idea how we en- Â¬ Glendeane joyed it The edition is splendid and OTt SALE A arm of iSrt acrea lying n one yon certainly deserve credit Heres niiiimiiuiiui juiumiDuq ana wen im my congratulations for your success proved Termi easy V C Dabbage Agtnr Mrs F M Robards Clarkdale Mira says You will And enclosed J2 50 to All perioni knowing themselves pay mv subscription for 97 and OS NOTICE to the undersigned cither by note In Â¬ or Best love to your mother and sisters and account will please call and arrange same Onr business must also to Mrs 0 E Llghtfoot and the old store of tenon be settledCo We can be found at tbe Willis W II Rowmer A Oglesby family Son WANTS F 1 Corrections t me at once Stone curbing and the wort In the writo np of Loebs mammoth store at Guston which appeared in last to be first class in every particular Call on or ad- Â¬ weoks issue toe names were miesapplied dress me at Ifardlnsburg for plsns and specifica- Â¬ C RKaswell and where Sig Loob appeared it should tions have read F Loeb ana vice versa TjOlt SALE One hundred and fifty acres of J land In Ohio county in one hall mile of rail road statii n with good buildings The entire WHAT A MOTHER 8AYS tract of land is under good fence Will sell of trade for other land For further lunlnint rait wi AAJ- Muuiva me ui ASKins aiauop jvy Of Doctor Eartmans Famous Family I ui J If AwtY Remedy and Spring Tonio MM --- --- SIDS WANTED Sealed bids for laying a brick around the county jail will be re Delicate Children f s xt pt I I IhavnW uabi yn n I wiM it t Mrs Hannah Lind 1132 Eaat Long street Columbus Ohio Is one of tbe many enthusiastic advocates of She says t For many years I waa sub feet to nervousness despondency and neuralgia for which doctors and reme-Â¬ dies seemed of no1 Use At last I was persuaded to try I found it to be exactly the remedy I had been1 ro lorlg In search of It relieves tbe tired depressed feeling felt In epring time at once It never fails to restore to mO natural ap- Â¬ petite and tbe best of Bleep It has cured per mantly my old despoiidoncy and neuralgia and 1 vffr - wi rfc woUder why bo o many people W jftHT through spring-- and early fMTsSwr wk8 is such a prompt 51 perfect relief Aa a family medicine to bave dd rqdal It I tttUeye MHevMsA ouMtsMHHjM Oolie prostra Mm ill eftcta Of hot tio frew WM4far Ai aTjaiss Mfly for ttervOus pros- wailtMi it Iim wen anl ftdthetbbtifjfttHM I Ml HI nrvMrttOit ol nuw atd tassa WbhV jBHrM fcsvd It a ftt teokas a Pe-ru-cOh-MPo-ru-Fe-ru- -a 1 THINK j J j OF IT BREAD i TICKETS FfJRj i 1 25 Centsvl h4i HD BAKERY iii Mnfl3NriltTi Tvavmj - - jksp isssssssss -- JEBTfilBft f MHHlHFy ie9mmmmmt r jctwj ara - sassisfirsa fUtmmtmm tka Imfe iivfJMtf K Vf Miy smmsshi Of ttMmottlftis t lllwtdi eve MsssWtMO mm t44 AodtrvM Tb Bmhmm Dnm MMUtWurint Ct- V 1-- VtMft Oohutfbttsm OMo iiiii W 1- Bryj - T vrn nifelii liwlCawiiwjliWje P- MilOKMH rostrum chain for the Methodist church Misses Charlotte and Eva Herndon will attend the Music Festival this week Theyjln a party of Branden Â¬ burg friends aud go by boat which makes a delightful trip for them Mr Ernest Henderson we are glad to note ie able to come to Irvington He has been confined to his home for so long a time that he appreciates gottlng out equally as well as his friends do see- Â¬ ing him I appreciate fully the several nice let Â¬ ters from my friends requesting me to wrlto of my trip to the East Owing to illness I have been unable to comply and now since so long a time haa elapsed I will have to bog off owing to its being stale ere thla Mr Scbultz accompanied by his wife and baby a bright little tot of twenty months was visitlug among his parish oners Saturday and Sunday Mr Scbultz preached at the Baptist church both Sun Â¬ day morning and evening It is announced that Bro Breeding will deliver his lecture on The Bible in Sunday School in the Methodist church next Wednesday night a week the 18th We hope many will come out to hear this lecture which is free to all and will I am sure be heartily enjoyed Tho Hardinsburg Magisterial District Sunday School Convention will meet in We hope that place next Saturday since the good work has commenced that the Presidents in each of the Dis-Â¬ tricts will bestir themselves and arrange to have a convention which meets I think the 24th day of June at Garfield It is important work aud a work which I am sure will increaso in important as the work progresses and in the end will be greatly beneficial to our Sunday Schools throughout the County Breck- Â¬ enridge county should come to the front in her Sunday School work - a Ur4r- - gffi SAVE OUR LIFE Do Not AS VIjl TfJ Jxi1J iANDY CATHARTIC fv- Neglect the Kidneys and Bladder te 10 r as so lABmmY BJl3jlllLJMJllltfJ3ALL i CURECOHSf IPAfldH GUARDED ftrV7 IkUuJLuAlitrau Id ETHf tVII RKXKDT CO nilHli iir Dnuttisrat fhlMM Hostrf tl CtntorKfirTotk llti PWWWiWW Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAY 11 1898 BEWLEYVILLE i ii If IJ f fee Mrs W J Plggott and children spent last week visiting in Hardinsburg Mrs Cal Basham has been visiting LOOK OUT Mrs Witt and other old neighbors re- Â¬ cently Mr H S English Sr la very ill at The Childrens Day forces mobilized this writing Saturday afternoon at the Methodist At this writing the woathor is cool but church the war eror ia raging Clyde Shumate whom we all know Henry French was to see his best girl wrote from Georgia few days ago a that last Sunday eve as usual he waa expecting to go immediately to Mrs Wegnast is visiting her son Mr Cuba Wm Wegnast Derby Ind Dr and Mrs Davy Lewis with Mrs Samuel Ammons made a flying trip to Lewis brother James Clarkson from Owensboro last Thursday Kansas are visiting relatives in thla and Mrs Qeorge Lewis spent the day with adjoining vicinities Mrs Wm Wheeler last Sunday Arthur Walker who has been away John H Canary shipped a lot of fat all winter attending Dental College In hogs via steamer Tarascon Sunday Louisville will be home June 10th He House cleaning and putting in new will bo ready for a job and deslrta that screen doors 1b all the go in our midst I all you people give him a call A young gentleman wishes to admin Â¬ now ister treatment in a case recently men- Â¬ liev Sneed filled his regular appoint ment at Shiloh last Saturday and Satur tioned in Bewleyvillo itoms It is to be wondered that he doesnt take the sage day night Mrs Arthur IJaynes Union Star advice of au old adage Physician heal spent a few days with Mr and Mrs J thyself Over at Pleasant View school house llaynes last week near Guston is a very fine Literary of the Hreckkkridok The Edition News last weeks issue was very inter Society Tney read selections and debate There Is more Catarrh in this section and altogether deserve special mention of the country than all eating to its readers other diseases in the county papers and attendance put together and until the last few Ralph Ammons who has been work and support from worthy people years waa supposed to be incurable ing on a farm near Henderson returned The illustrated edition at band and For a great many years doctors pro- Â¬ home last Thursday contents noted Like Oliver Twist we nounced it a local disease and prescribed Mrs Jabez llaynes returned home last would be asking for More Two of Saturday from an extended visit to her the- portraits remind one of the Oth verse local remedies and by constantly fall Â¬ ing to cure with local treatment prodaughters Mrs Frank Jolly of Job 1st chapter Then one would nounced it incurable Science has Messrs J O Stiff and Willian Walls think that all the women of Brecken proven catarrh to be a constitutional were the guesta of Misses Lillie Wheeler ridge had to do was to look pretty disease and therefore reouires constitu- and Mable Ammons Sunday eve judging from the portraits H tioual treatment Halls Catarrh Cure J C Stiff of Hebbardsville Hender we coulu tiaruiy believe our eyes I rvnartufantuvArl In V T fltmnat Jtr fr son county Ky is visiting his sisters when the snow storm began last t rid ay Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional Mrs J II Canary and Mrs June Walls but soon a scene was before us that this cure on the market It is taken inter- Â¬ Mr J D Stiff who moved from Rob- poor pen must not eyen try to portray nally in doses from 10 drops to a tea erts Hottotn to Henderson county All words of song and story fall to spoonful It acta directly on the blood writes back he is very much pleased describe the beautiful snow in the and mucous surfaces of the system They bare branches with the Henderson soil ut when it fell on the offer one hundred dollars for each case 1 lovely foliage aud flowers of Spring we Lit fails to cure Send for circulars and A1 H At fl4 njfefrv 1 I I tl A It A with rapture on the scene M testimonials A duress fllcted with rheumatism has gone to I Co Toledo O F J CHENEY Our knowledge of geography haa im Hot Springs Ark accompanied by her sister Mrs Sarah Bruuer She writes proved wonderfully within the last few JBSTSold by Druggists 75a back she is very much improved months We cannot read the war newB GROVELAND Mr Louis Swinks wife who was intelligently without finding the- posi- Â¬ tions dimensions and often the history burnt very badly has deceased this life A large crowd from here attendod ser- Â¬ She left a husband seven children and of the many isles of the sea and we vices at Rock Ridge last Sunday betake ourselves to our maps and find many friends to mourn her loss Her Mrs J O Willett is improving rapidly remains were placed in Flint Island that this small good if no more cornea We hope to see her out visiting real of the great evil Golden Rod cemetry soon The huckster wagon that Mr J Miller Color Came Sack The corn of some of the early birds runs for Mr Lee Rhodex of Rhodelia Both my husband and myself have failed to materialize The consequence came through our bottom last Friday gathering up the old hens and eggs taken Hoods Sarsaparilla with great is that they are a little late Mrs Katie Richardson haa come homo When the women and children hear his benefit and we value it very highly horn blow they start with their bas Â¬ Soon after we began taking it the color to spend the summer We are glad to came back to our faces and our run down have her among us once more kets systems were bult up Hoods Sarsapa- Â¬ Let us publicly ask the Uuston corres- Â¬ For a perfect complex ion and a clear rilla has done us wonderful good Mrs pondent to give all the news for the es- Â¬ healthy skin use Cosmo Buttermilk F M Shockley Wickliffe Kentucky pecial benefit of one of our boya Soap Sold everywhere Miss Eva Richardson who has been ill Hoods Pills are the only pills to take for the post two months is gladly wel- Â¬ STEPHENSPORT with Hoods Sarsaparilla Cure all liver comed Out by her many friends Hurrah for Dewey ills We very much regret to announce the Miss Myra Hanks is attending the sudden death of our friend Mrs Lizzie IRVINQTON ON A BOOM N College nt Hardinsburg Mills The family have our deepest M Blaine a having his residence re- sympathy painted ticpered and roofed Will Have a Two story Brick Business One of our towns wheelmen cares Pennington of Owensboro Mrs House A Bank Will Be Soon nothing foi distance We think that he visited Mm Rollins last week Put In Operation is well acquainted with the Hardin coun- Â¬ Mrs White of Tobinsport spent Sun ty roads by this time day with her son Dr D White The llttlo city of Iryington is getting a We learn that Miss Rosa Allen is pro- Â¬ Bro Hesson Brandenburg lectured large sized hustle on iUelf It Is to have gressing rapidly with her studies at the at the M E church Monday night a handsome new brick store and a bank Buffalo Normal Let us hope that the Seellman Company one of the leadTheodoro Moseley of the Albln Co Buffaloes will come out with the full Louisville spent Sunday with his par Â¬ ing mercantile houses of that thriving merits of their fame place have purchased a lot paying there ents Mr and Mrs E P Moseley Bro D P Shacklett sister and Bro On the premises they wil Mrs Sue Cox Owensboro who has for 200 cash J O Willett have gone to Norfolk Va been the guest of Mrs Dr Napper for erect a modern two story brick business to be gone for several days On their house This will be occupied on one return sometime has returned home trip they will take In the city side by a handsome stock of merchan Â¬ of Washington where we suppose that Mrs E N Metcalfe and daughter of dise A bank is being organized which they intend to preach to the captured Edmondeon county are visiting her will make its home in the other part of Spaniards parents Rev and Mrs B A Oundiff the building Mrs Dr Helen Lexington and Mr Irvington has taken great strides in and Mrs Harry Major Louisville were the past year and Is makiug phenomenal the guesta of Mrs L B Helm last week advances in her prestige as a trade cen- Â¬ Didnt the News last week make a ter The volume of business transacted Some of the there justifies a bank and one will un- Â¬ handsome showing young sons of Breckenridge should be doubtedly prosper There are several proud of the compliments paid them other opening for business in that place Contagious blood poison Is absolutely Quite a crowd gathered at the station boyond tho skill of tho doctors They Elizabeth N J Oct 10 189C Saturday to wave a last farewell to the Ely Bitos Dear Sirs Please accept may doso n putlent for years on their soldiers who passed through enroute to my thanks for your fayor In the gift of mercurial and potash remedies but he When the boya saw the Lexington will never bo rid of the disease on the beautiful American flag which was drap a bottle of Cream Balm Let me say I other hand Jils condition will grow have used it for years and can thoroughly Bteadily worse S S S is tho only cure ed on the front of the station their en- Â¬ recommend it for what it claims if di Â¬ for this terrible affliction because it ia thusiasm was greatly aroused tho only remedy which goes direct to rections are followed Yours truly tho cause of the diseaso and forces it Rev H W Hathaway from tho system No clergymau should be without it I wi afflicted with Blood Poison and the Cream Balm is kept by all druggists Full best doctors did me no good though I took their treatment faith Thoy Continued to Sproatl In Splto elz50c Trialsizi 10 cents We mail fully In fact I seemed it ELY BROS 00 Warren St N Y to get wo rte all the or Troatmont but Now Thoy nro while I took almost City very so called blood Hoalod A Wonderful Work remedy but they dldnot For many years 1 havo bcon a great seem to reach the dis IRVINGTON ease and had no effeot sufferer with varlcojo veins on one of my whatever I was dis limbs My foot and limb beeamo dread heartened for It seemed Bro Overton preached in the Method Â¬ When I stood up I could swollen fully that I would never be cured At the advice of of ist church Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock teci the blood running down the veins a a a mAI t then took BsliCfjJv U UfriendBUM WK iM a Roy Cain accompanied by Nannie Lee U HIIW tbislunb One day I accidentally hit my Drove I continued the loot against some object and a sore broke and Olailo Jolly went to Bewleyvllle medicine and It cured ma completely build tnff un mr he lth and increasing my appeUte out which continued to spread and was Sunday Although this was ten years ago I hve never I concluded I exceedingly painful yetnoaa sign ot the disease to return Our town officials haye passed the needed a blood purifier and I began taking Staunton Va hog law which Is a satisfaction to In a ibort tlmo Hoods Sartaparllla It Is like self destruotlon to continue dreadful sorea which had caused many of us those to take potash and mercury t besides I Mlas L B McGlothlan is in Louisville Bie so much suffering bogin to heal totally destroying the digestion they Â¬ kept on faithfully With Hoods Sarsapa She will attend the Festival and replen- Â¬ dry up the marrow in the bones pro- Â¬ ducing a stiffness and swelling of the rilla and In a short tlmo pay Ifmb was ish her ruillnery stock joints causing the hair to fall out and akd and the sore gave me completely It M Jolly has been appointed dele bo more pain 1 cannot be too thankful gate for the State at large to the forth- Â¬ completely wrecking the system for the wonderful work Hoods Barsapa Mas A E coming Commercial Convention rllU baa done for me Miss Alma Noblock of Louisville is GliJtox Hartland Vermont vMtlng Miss Ellen McGeehee Sue fa a Is guaranteed Purely Vegetable and ti wlBsome and fascinating young lady the only blood remedy free from these Mrs A 8 Colemaa was la Louisville danmroua mineral Book on elf treatment sent free by I tut waek ad purchased tb pulpit and gwlftailflaOopayAtUntG M w all Bf Ml m Â¬ Disorder of these important organs Brights disease rheumatism pain in the back dropsy and other troubles is Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your I kidneys and bladder before yon realize that anything Berious Is the matter Thorn a ffoinc to bn n war ricrht In thla town and we will be in tha thickest of the Often these organs are neglected until flrVf Vm n f Via tntnn XXTa ara Itnarl tin aLmncT rtn arraftrt Vifncr ranrl will rIwAVB hV8 8 z that awful malady Brights disease Las d uBuuV uu oexicjo jeA rBmiiu complete bcock of ukuwin z fastened upon you and death awaits its wiiton we buy tor casn iryou want to get tne oenencB or uiib ngns 01m ou victim Many miraculous cures have been wrought by a course of treatment with Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These tablets are put up in the shape of a kid Â¬ ney bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ nounced by the best physicians of mod- Â¬ ern times to be the most direct In action on the kidneys of any remedy known to tSHSi medical science You can eat these tab- Â¬ THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE lets as you would candy Send for free booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all druggists or Bent on receipt of price Lung Trouble- aad ComunptloR Can be Cured 60 cents and 1 Dr N O Davis To do your trading with a firm you do not know I Frankfort Ind Â¬ causes war ueciareui CUBA SPAIN lias done her level best to crush But the mighty spirit of uojuj hamilitujn iiiiVavjrrmo uuo KENTUCKY inr-- DTV LlDLn Y I the insurrection in prevail 9d to cuuid sSvvb u r GEO YEAKEL BRANDENBURG Co vsJmBSJgBsmJ a 3 gj wL3 An Eminent New York Chemist and Scien- y Â¬ Xe A 11 tliMJ1 tist Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers Tho distinguished New York chemist T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ to am Devotional enrclet led by the Pre sident ery of a reliable and absolute cure for Iter Walton Welcome Address 10 15 y 1 Ashcraft Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis Iteponse 10130 and all bronchial throat lung and Missions of Sunday School 10140 MluZlma Strother chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal Music 10 50 r affections general decline aud weakness What can we do for our pupils be- 1055 Iocs of flesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ on A C Hurt tween Sundays ing away will send THREE KUEE BOT- Â¬ Practical Primary Methods 10 TLES all different of his Now DIscov Mrs Wm Cain Solo Abide with me cries to any afflicted reader of the Breck 1115 Mils Ellen Munford knridok News writing for them 11 30 Are our Sunday Schools as Interesthas His New Scientific Treatment ing as they might be t C Casperlce cured thousands pormnuelitly by its Music 1145 Adjournment timely use and he considers It a simple pm Devotion exercises professional duty to Buffering humanity Does Sunday School work pay 1115 to donate a trial of his Infallible cure Rev E K Shults Science dally develops new wouders What the Sunday School can do ior 130 and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ the commujitv T II Hsrdaway menting for years has produced results 1 4s Benefits of Union Conventions aa beneficial to humanity aa can be Prof E A Fox General claimed by any modern genius His as Â¬ Secty Louisville Miss Lena Dewey sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ Solo si 15 Rev C Hesson The book we read six tion are curable in any climate is proven 3 i 40 The Teachers Influence over scholars filed by heartfelt letters of gratitude and parents J C lleston in his American and European laborator Report of Secretary a 6s ies in thousands from those cured in all W DAmctArT Pres HvaCahkicaw Secty parts of the world Medical experts concedo that bron- Â¬ HOW TO FIND OUT chial chest and lung troubles lead to which uninterrupted Consumption Fill a bottle or common glass with means speedy and certain death urine and let it stand twenty four hours Simply write to T A Slocum M 0 a sediment or settling indicates an un- Â¬ 98 Pine street New York giving post heal thy condition of the kidneys When office and express address and the free urine stains linen it is evidence of kid Â¬ medicine will be promptly sent Suffer- Â¬ ers should take instant advantage of hia Too frequent desire to generous proposition ney trouble urinate or pain in the back is also con- Â¬ Please tell tho Doctor that you saw his vincing proof that the kidneys and blad- Â¬ offer lu the Bkkckbmridgk News der are out of order Program For the County Convention of tho Sunday School Union Big Spring May 19 Â¬ g Its Risky Business But Its Safe Business m To trade with JACOB MEYERtho Big Spring Firm be cause thoy have made their storo tho mo t reliable aud their prices tho most reasonable in this suction Every Department Is complotly stocked In Dry Goods 11 can be found all tho latest fabrics suit- Â¬ able for seasonable Dress Goods Orgart dies Zephyrs and all tho latest and v 1 Â¬ prettiest Silks as well as prints 1 Make Your Own 1 Shirt Waistso4 i JJ You can find all the material including tho latest and most stylish designs hero Iff Or- Â¬ Clothing Boots Shoes Furnishing Goods Groceries and Staple Goods are nol yet marked up at war prices but still remain within the reach of rich and poor FREEDOM 1 Â¬ Doctors Cant Cure It Corn planting is all the go Mr Dave Sutton is on the sick list Mr Ben Fowler attended church at Hardinsburg last Sunday Mr Richard Davis ia doing a good business over on Crawfish run Mr Berry Norton and family attended church at Hardinsburg las Sunday Mr G T Hook aud family wero tho guests of Mrs Millie Fowler last Suuday Mr Ed Hook dislocated one of his fin Â¬ gers a few days ago while working on a barn Rev Bozarth of Garfield will fill his regular appointment at this place next Suuday Mr Ed Hook has been visiting hia parents in Hardinsburg for the last few days Mr Ed Hook says that the girls up here are no good or they would not let him do his own cooking We are gladt o hear that Mr Dick Davis who has been suffering with a Road Overseers of Breckenridge fractured leg is aole to be out again County The funeral of Mrs 8alle Macy will be preached at Freedom on the 4th Sun Â¬ The Fiscal Court has taken a step which it believes Is the first step towards day In this month at 11 oclock by the good roads The Court wanta and in Â¬ Rev H O Hook ot Hardinsburg sists that you give it your hearty co operation this yt ar Work your road sssssssssl fcTV M ssassssssi fctVM sfcsssssssi aVsaVi six days as the law directs Those over- Â¬ fcl seers who work tho main road see to it that you do good work aa far as you go giving especial attention to the rocky places As soon as you have worked The Leading Specialists of America your six days we will use the road tax to 20 YEARS IN 0H0 complete as much as possible of what 250000 CURED you could not do with your hands Get at this at once and work the hands aa if WE CURE EMISSIONS you were paying them the magistrates Nnthlntr pan ltd mnro demoralising Ia will uphold you Fiscal Coubt young or ml JJIooicJ tnen than tho pres Thero is comfort in the knowledge bo often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Boot the great kidney remedy fulfils every wish in relieving pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passages It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain In passing it or bad effect following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being com- Â¬ pelled to get up many times during the night to urinate Tho mild and the ex- Â¬ traordinary effect of Swamp Root is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the mott distressing cases If you need medicine you should havo the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar You may have a sample bottle and pamplet both sent free by mall Mention the Bbkck knridok News and send your address to Co Binghamton N YI Dr Kilmer The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this offer WHAT TO DO Our Millinery Department b in charge of a competent artist and is replete with beautiful shapes in Hats and Bonnets and the most beautiful naments and Trimming v ever shown v JACOB MEYER IA BIG SPRING KY msmim8mmytimmm88tmm In all Glory to the Women This season an especial effort on our part has been made to please tho most exact- Â¬ ing nnd fastidious woman sorbing subject is Tho all ab- Â¬ DElKK ence ot theso MILLINERY In this line our equal for such an elegant display in Turbins Sailors Walking Hats Infant Cups and tho newest things doesnt oxiat in this section of the country Â¬ Â¬ writes I have used DeWitta Little Early Itisers ever since they were Introduced here and must say I have never used any pills In my family during forty years of bouse keeping that gave such satisfactory Short results as a laxative or cathartic S C P Jones Milesburg Pa They hMilnuulinia nMntnM aaIIi ot disjuet and a wbolo train of sjrmptom inoy unm a man ior Dimness inarneu no mauer lire ana sooiai nappiness whether caused by evil habits ia youth natural weakness or sexual cioeses our Xuw Alttaoa Treaunani will poUlveiy euro you m nigtitlr loisos NO CURE I NO PAY Beautiful Assortment of llaynes Will Be a Delegate Engineer Pat Cain one of the most popular knights of the throttle of the Henderson Route will be a delegate and represent his and the I 0 roads at the meeting of the Brotherhood of Loco- Â¬ motive Engineers to be held at St Louis May 11 The orgtnzttion is now 13 years old has a membership of 40000 with assets exceeding 200000 A Clever Triek certainly looks like It but there Is It realy no trick about It Anybody can try it who haa Lame Back and Weak Kidneys Malaria or nervous troubles We mean he can cure himself right away by taking Electric Bitters This medicine tones up the whole system acts as a stimulant to the Liver aud Kid Â¬ neys is a blood purifier and nerve tonic It curts Constipation Headache Faint Â¬ ing Spells SleeplesMessaad Melancholy It is purely vegetable a mild laxative and restores tho system to its satural vigor Try Electrio Bitten aad be con Â¬ vinced that they are a nirecle worker Xvery bottle guaranUd Only 6O0 a Iwt tie at Short k Keynes Reader you need help Early abuse or later elected may hart weakened you Kxpoiurs may hitvo dlseojod you You Those Dreadful Sores will euro you Â¬ 7 Youiijt Man Y6u ore pale feeble and hagirnnli nervous irritable and ex elablo You become forgetful morose and despondenti blotches and pimples looping sunken eyes wrinkled face form and downcast countenance reveal tbo blight ot your exlitonco 50000 You ran so risk CURED Ribbons Flowers Plumes Straw Braid and Trimmings BIG STOCK CLOTHING Â¬ WECUREWRICOCELE Vn matter liotr torlons Your case may o or how Ions you may hivo hod It our NEW rUKTIIOl iUlUTMItNT will curs it itio - wormy veins return 10 tbeir normal condition and hence tbosexual orcans receive proper nourishment Tho organs become vitaiueu an unnatural drains or losses cease and no temporary aaniy powers return meat but a permanent euro assured U Â¬ WOMENS SHOES LATEST STYLES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO MAIL ORDERS ION T10N UUllt NU mWil NU NitKtSSAUY UUSIKU5S lAY KU UlK IA ifISN- - CURES GUARANTEED H Moods sphm SSSBlood HY1M1IL1S We treat and cur MISSIONS IMPOTKNUY niiKKT Ltiiiiipflrmu viitirnnvru UtSMl- NAIi LOSaiilS liliAliUKIt AriD KIM HM diseases NBULTATIO biitfn HOOKB l 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