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Digital page images are linked to the text file. few i VOL XXII a I NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS KIT TO PRINT CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKt WEDNESDAY MAY 18 1898 4 dk NO 44 A61INB0AT GAPfBRED rAdmiral Dewey 4oi niiii Wi TakesrRosseston a Spanish Ship h KJV - t eWEWAS0iNfOT AWARE OPWAR and Slie tWilP Flbat vf9Butaigh6rahceMSTNdVExcuse NNV on tho Cuban shore from this expedi Â¬ tion was Lieutenant Crofton Captain OConnor with the first boatlbAd hav- Â¬ ing gone a longer route A reef near the beach threw the men out and they stumbled through the water up to their breasts When they reached dry land they Im Â¬ mediately went Into tho bush to form a plckot line Two horses had been made to swim to land when suddenly n rifle shot followed by continuous Sharp firing warned tho men that tho enemy had been In waiting The captain of the transport signaled to the warships and tho Manning fired Into the woods beyond our picket line Then the soldiers re embarked Tho Spaniards were compelled to withdraw hating suffered theioss of a tcaptalnlandothers- - thomumberinot be Â¬ ing definitely known Royal make the food pare wholeeome and dtllclea Triumphant Deerings Lead the Way DEERING POWDER absolutely urv mw took VU 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 Old Glory ii BATTLE Unprotected oh Boat INoPBA Up 0i Mixed Are With a Klre- Men Killed kovl Mxme reweca CO BhoreBatUrj-- and C till Vlntlow i l-- or - fa- r L V Key West May 13 In Cardenas harbor the torpedo boat Wlnslbw and tho gunboats Hudson and Wilmington were attacked by the shore batteries After the Spanish Gunbont Was Captured Slie Wns Paraded In Front and Spanish gunboats there The battle laBted about an hour dur- Â¬ of Manilla When Counsel Williams Landed In Cavite He Was ing which the Wlnslow was almost lVccted with Shouts of Viva losiAmcricauos shot to pieces and tho following five men on her killed Ensign Worth Bag ley John Varvels oiler Joslah Tun Madrid May ID The cabinet coun- Â¬ nctt cabin cook J V Meeks fireman May 16 The United cil terminated at 930 p m A min Â¬ J Daniel fireman Hongkong The wounded are R E Cox gun- Â¬ i ister who was interviewed on the situ Â¬ States dispatch boat Hush McCulloch A ation declared thatnothtng doflnlte had ners mate D McKeon quartermaster Ma arrived here with dispatches from William Patterson fireman- F Gray t nllla with dispatches for tho United been decided upon as to changes In tho and Lieutenant J 13 Bernadou All cabinet pending a conference between i States government are slightly wounded except Patterson queen regent and Senor Sagasta She reports that the Spanish gunboat the whose condition is serious The Wlnslow was towed out by the Calfaorfrom the Carollno Ulands re- Washington May 16 The navy de Â¬ ccntlr entered the port of Manilla be- - partment announces that the Uncus left Hudson and It was while preparing for inglgnorant of the outbreak of hostili- Â¬ Key West shortly before midnight Sat- Â¬ the tow that tho men were killed a ties between Spain and the United urday night with instructions to ar Â¬ shell exploding In their midst The dead and wounded brought here range under a flag of truce for an ex Â¬ States Ari American warship fired across change of prisoners between the Span Â¬ by the Hudson were taken in small boats to the government dock This herbowa and signaled a demand for ish and the Americans was the first news Of the engagement her surrender The demand being dis Â¬ Madrid May 16 Tho government to reach Key West regarded tho American ship fired di- Â¬ Meeks is an Ohio man his home be Â¬ rect at the Spanish gunboat and the has wired Captain General Augustl at Manlllaanthorizlng him to grant such ing in Clyde latter surrendered Â¬ It Is known that the American boats The pppulace of Manilla is reduced reforms In the Philippines as are commade furious havoc with Cardenas to eating horseflesh and the prospect patible with the national sovereignty harbor and town The captain of the of relief seems far distant BPAHISH LOBfl HEAVY Hudson said The Hugh McCulloch also reports Admiral tampion Spend Three Hour I know we destroyed a large part Philippine insurgents applied that the Pitching American Steel Aaliore of the city near the wharves burned Dewey for his ap Â¬ to Rear Admiral Washington May 14 Tho following one of their gunboats and I think de- Â¬ proval of an attack by them upon the official report has been received from stroyed two other torpedo destroyerji city Admiral Sampson relative to the bom- Â¬ We were In a vortex of shot shell Tho admiral It appears approved of bardment of San Juan de Porto Rico and smoke and could not tell accu- Â¬ were the plan provided no excesses A portion of the squadron under rately but we saw one of their boats committed my command reached Son Juan at on fire and sinking soon after the ac- Â¬ S insurgents then pleaded that daybreak The No armed vessels were tion began they had no arms with the exception found In the port As soon as it was Then a large building near the lOtHtachetes to which the admiral re sufficiently light I commenced attack wharf I think the baracks took fire fplledjHelp yourselves at the Cavite upon the batteries defending the city and many other buildings were soon arsenal burning This attack lasted about three hours The city of Manilla however has not and resulted in much damage to the The Spanish had masked batteries About 5000 Span- - batteries and Incidentally to a por- Â¬ on all sides of us hidden In bushes yet been attacked i road lead- - tion of the city adjacent to tho bat- Â¬ and behind houses They set a trap Vlsbtroops ate guarding tho flingfrom Cavite to Manilla teries Tho batteries replied to our for us As soon as we got within There Is rio truth n the reported fire but without material effect Ono range of their batteries they would massacre of anumber of Americans man waa killed on board the New move them There has been only a trifling Incident York and seven slightly wounded In I think their guns were field pieces during police duty and nobody was the squadron No serious damage to Our large boats could not get Into the harbor to help us on account of the any ships resulted hurt shallow water After the Callaos crew landed they SAMPSON Four of tho men killed on tho Win were released on parole and the Callao Off Sail Juan do Porto Rico May 14 slow were laid to rest in the city cem- Â¬ was paraded In full view of Manilla A part of Admiral Sampsons fleet etery at sunset They were burled In city accompanied by the United States bombarded the forts of this city the shallow lime rocks side by side cruiser Concord Thursday morning and the enemys with the graves of the victims of the RECEIVED WITH ENTHUSIASM The body of Ensign Bagloy When Mr Williams the American loss Is believed to bo heavy The Amer- Â¬ Maine consul landed at Cavite last week he ican loss 1 twomen killed and seven will bo sent home for interment injured At 530 the procession started for the was received with great enthusiasm After three hours firing the admiral cemetery followed by a military escort ana followed in the streets by a crowd of 2000 people shouting Viva los withdrew the fleet and heading for of marines and sailors from all the Key West he said ships In the harbor Commodore Kim- Â¬ Americanos I am satisfied with tho mornings ball of the torpedo flotilla In command There are no signs that the Spanish authorities in Manilla are prepared to work I could have taken San Juan and seamen acting as pallbearers Tho Rev Dr Gilbert Hlgga of the All the Spanish inhabit- - but I have no force to hold It I only capitulate many British and German wanted to administer punishment St Pauls Episcopal church read tho ants and families have sought safety in the sub Â¬ This has been done I came for the burial service whllo a mixed multi- Â¬ Spanish fleet and not for San Juan tude crowded about trampling over urbs taking all their belongings The men killed were Seaman Frank the green graves of the Maine victims In the business quarters the build- Â¬ When the burial services were ended ings are covered with foreign flags the Wldemark of the New York gunners The latter three volleys were fired by the marines British predominating with a view of mate of the Amphltrlte protection should the Insurgents cap Â¬ died from tho effects of the extreme over che open graves and the bugle sounded the sad farewell heat ture the city Or the seven injured three were There Is much feeling against the Haiti May 18 The British residents but fortunately the on board the Iowa and four on board American fleet under Rear Admiral off Ma- - tho New York number of foreign The names of thoso slightly injured Sampson bombarded San Juan de Porto nllla is constantly Increasing and the Rico Thursday morning position of Europeans is becoming dal Â¬ on the Iowa are Seaman Mitchell Pri- Â¬ Rear Admiral Sampson with nine vate Marine Merkle and Apprentice precarious ly less warships arrived before San Juan Just Insurgent Hill Agulnaldo the former before sunrlso Tho Injured on the New York are leader is now In Hongkong actively At a signal the battleship Iowa fired seriously with President McKlnley Seaman Samuel Felaman negotiating arrange for the future Seaman Michael Murphy two other the first shot which took effect opened He is seeking to Then the battleship Indiana government of the Philippines by a men slightly Injured All the above named were injured fire and In a few minutes Morro fort administration under the pro Â¬ native by tho bursting of a shell on the New was reduced to a heap of ruins tectorate of the United States The fort made little effort to respond - York This Is a complete list of the Ai present there is a deal of dlssenwas silenced almost immediately among the rebel factions some of killed and wounded The American and slon The Spanish Bteamer Rita was cap- Â¬ negotiating with the Spani ships were uninjured which are The engagement began at 516 a m tured by the United States auxiliary ish and others with the Americans cruiser Yale which took her crew on Whether Agulnaldo possesses enough and ended at 815 a m The enemys board these differences batteries were not silenced The town influences to reconcile Thousands of the population and the Â¬ and to Induce the insurgents to pursue In the rear of the fortifications probforeign consuls took refuge in the inte- Â¬ ably suffered the common policy Is questionable The ships taking part In the action rior of the Island Admiral Dewey is well advised in the were the Iowa Indiana New York waiting for reinforcements since Hongkong May 13 Secretary of the Detroit Mont- Â¬ Navy There Is little change In the sit- Â¬ fall of Manilla Would produce anarchy Terror Amphltrlte gomery Wampatuck and Porter i throughout the Islands uation since my last telegram I am The enemys firing was heavy but transferring to transports steel breech- The English here advocate a Jotnt It Is wild and the Iowa and New York wore loading rifles from sunken Spantsa Anglo American administration the aWted Admiral Dewey has recoaled probably went only ships hit guns also stores from arsenal up under the Thoy In In my possession I am maintaining pirn three British ships column delivering broadsides and strict blockade Add Argos to list of Madrid May 18 The Spanish news Â¬ then returned Tho line passed thrice destroyed vessels El Correo probably DEWEY papers are greatly alarmed over the in front of the ports pouring Hon of El Cano talk of an Anglo Saxon alliance not Â¬ steel on shore A DOUBT EXISTS withstanding the Spaniards some time OR Cabanas Cuba May 14 The The Return of Spain v u SrI ago urged a Latin alliance They real 1m now that there w 1 be a mighty first land flght of the Hlspano-Amerlca- n Mlf iM war took place In an effort to land reckoning should any of the so called Washington May WTWtvy de Â¬ to Xnroeean powers attempt to assist the companies B and G of the First United partment cmeials areAsir v Dm in tho present Hlspano Amerlcan States infantry on the shore of Pinar card as a Ssnevrler tkseijbrt that war It is this which causes them Ho del Rio with 500 rifles 6000 rounds of the Cape reearoed to ammunition and sons food supplies rave Cadlr for the Insurgents It was notitMaWtoobtalBMbythlng Tho Americans got decidedly the bet llksan cc4isJoMrnatlon Wihe oJb ter of the battle killing 12 or more at won the enemy and on their own part suf Â¬ elal report ikt finis is dered at lnnw HCUkftmitM which fering not a wound c Iafeftta art CkiWrw tJut west of Pert Cabanas harbor the gpanishrswwHairesttrfar R Tin KM Ym Nan Always Iwfct the transport OuseW anchored the with in Manning covered the landing nines U Ua njorslsnlss neanwaaaaaa the and tfcstorpedo boat with Wgnatwr of iutnM ntiTLflr to assist mrej I Om MtaMtevCewgli Cnr cure ansaSjmjPijBssjn e snrVt sevlstfemn TM U tofcet It was hm4 Hft 1 INSURGENTS HAVE BEEN ARMED - - Ulitfl news comes xroin AOmirai Sampson of his doings In and around Porto Rico It can not be said definitely what program shall be decided on as regards that Island It has been suggested that some of the troops now being hurried so rapidly to tho gulf coast may be Intended to co- Â¬ operate with Admiral Sampson In the reduction of the fortifications at San Juan de Porto Rico and the subsequent occupation of the Island It Is felt that the admiral will be In a rather disagreeable plight supposing even that he managed to reduce the forts with his fleet It he were obliged to remain there In occupation of tho place for lack of troops when he might otherwise be urgently needed either on the Cuban coast or somewhere In tho Atlantic to meet the Spanish fleet In evidence of the wisdom of having the troop transports near at hand in such cases Is shown by the predicament Admiral Dewey Is believed to be In at Manilla where for lack of troops he Is unable to occupy the town and to pre- Â¬ vent atrocities which the insurgents are capable of working upon their help- Â¬ less Spanish foes The revival of doubtsaa to the where abouto of the Cape Verde squadron caused a renewal of anxiety as to the Oregon The ship was at Bahla at last accounts and Is believed to have start- Â¬ ed a day or two ago up the Brazilian coast to Join Sampsons squadron In the West Indies She will havo to make n run of 3000 miles which will occupy the Oregon about 10 days only as she Is In fine fet- Â¬ tle and averaged 13 knots an hour on the long run around from San Fran- Â¬ cisco 1 3i rw i - ii - m a MMMn On wn MHmHmmtmzstkkm - fSi m MMttzmmm wm Z3VW01 fl I3ilft4Vr TWJWIl il4 UAJr HA LPj9sas3 V Jr hje smm s 2 25HPi3KS2Sr DEERING IDEAL BINDER -- T contain more en rth real improvements than any other machines made and are right up to date in overy respect plates adjustable drag bar and shear cutting knives The only mower that can be drawn at a slow walk or Btarted in any crop without back- Â¬ ing the team Deering Improved Steel Binder Rolr Thiighurtdnatmnirw Barine8 80ated Deering Ideal Mower DeerinflT H3V K31fGS Bf lecr are as much in advanco of other machines as are Der- ing Binders Mowers and Reapers 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 However It Is believed that Admiral Sampson Is as well posted as any one in Washington as to the conditions ex Â¬ isting In the West Indies and he doubt- Â¬ less will do whatever lsnecessary in his Judgment to safeguard the ship in hor run up the coast Four American Havana May 12 vessels opened fire on Clenfuegosi Wednesday morning and attempted to land men and arms In barges The Spanish troops assisted by the fort drove off the Invaders The American A guns destroyed the cablo Btatlon second attempt to land was also frus- Â¬ trated The fighting continued for eight hours and It Is reported that the Amer- Â¬ 14 Altogether icans lost heavily Spaniards were wounded Key West May 12 Tho captain of the Vlcksburg says news has reached tho blockading fleet of an action be- Â¬ tween Admiral Sampsons squadron and the Spanish Cape Verde fleet east of Haiti In which the latter sustained a crushing defeat THEY PITY SPAIN to Will Urge Give Up Washington May 1L Leading mem- Â¬ bers of the diplomatic corps represent- Â¬ ing some of tne most influential powers J W PATE JAS DEAN McQuady Ky jililgmaiiteid departments1 are aavancing prepara- Â¬ tions for a relief expedition to the Phil- Â¬ ippines which It Is said will be com- Â¬ posed of 8000 regular soldiers and two Instructions battalions of marines have been sent to General Augustl to hold out as long as posslblo 40 days being required for the arrival of an ex- Â¬ pedition going by way of the Suez ca- Â¬ nal and the Red sea Washington May 11 Tho large number of rejections of volunteers has caused much comment In the army medical corps However the physi- Â¬ cians who have conducted the exam Â¬ inations say that outside of the ranks of cigarette smokers there are even fewer rejections than there were In the days of the civil war Among habitual users of the cigarettes tho rejections arc about 90 per cnt THE Oi Will All Be hHOOPB To Do it Cliauce Ouuiit Work O May 10 Tho 44-e-e-44 i GREAT REMOVAL SALE About the 1st of July we ex- pect to have our new store- house completed and for the next 60 days we will offer goods at greatly reduced prices i European 1ower Hr Glvu Port-au-Prin- ce men-of-w- ar men-of-w- ar of Europe have as a result of tho Spanish reverses at Manilla unofficial- Â¬ ly exchanged views on the opportune- Â¬ ness of a movement toward urging up- Â¬ on Spain the futility of further prose- Â¬ cuting the war and Inducing her to suo for peace on the basis of relinquish- Â¬ ment of Cuba the promise of a war in Â¬ demnity and the occupation of Manilla by Admiral Dewey until the war in demnity is paid Unless tho men at the bead of the Spanish government are strong enough and Ibrave enough to save Spain by a heroic sacrifice of her pride the disas Â¬ ter of Manilla will be repeated for it Is now patent to the world that Spains military and naval strength is gro- Â¬ tesquely Inadequate to cope with the forces ottha United StuUa and Span- Â¬ ish pride will ultimately be humbled into peace on far more severe terms than she might be able to obtain now It was stated with posltlveness at several of the embassies and legations that intervention in the Bcnse of stay Â¬ ing the coursa of the United States was no longer being discussed and that only such intervention as wouljt Induce ajpalnto sue for peace w8SpibJe un der tie i existing condition TeiriWtolrs 1 The military authorities connected with the foreign establishments here say that Admiral MonteJe and rhls en Â¬ tire staff ought to be and wisVs ubtedly will be court martialed n4h0t for allowing thscseetvM U bstakpMsed by Admiral Deweys fleet May IL The javWwar WmW8 hoard is ceTln4 that thaltJBianlsh armored flying s4dro8npularly known as Mm Cape Verde ethaa re Â¬ turned to Oadas Uu48ln has abandoned allhope 6f KcttV6 resist Â¬ ance to the loss of hw American colo- Â¬ nies Arrangements have been prompt Â¬ ly made to bring back Admiral Samp Â¬ sons Mt ts Key Wet W unlteJlt with the array In quickly tescMtnntiag Span Â¬ ish rule Ik Cuba irmVannwrtiejl that Ban Juan de Porte wHnt hi bom Â¬ barded and that the Island will be let sever sjr alone ler tlw present vThs en Â¬ tire fleet will then go tb Cadlc war de- Â¬ Columbus partment at Washington apprised Gov- Â¬ ernor Dushnell of their Intention as to the disposition of Ohio troops Three regiments of Infantry three light bat- Â¬ teries the one 3 company battalion and the eight troops of cavalry will be moved as soon as ready to Camp Thom- Â¬ as at Chlckamauga One regiment and 9 one light battery have been designated as defense for the national capital and will movo to Washington at once The tour regiments remaining will bo used for coast defense and reserve and may fc stay here for some time to come The Fourteenth regiment Ohio national Bhot by a Cuuipaolon guard was mustered Into the regular Muncle Ind May 16 Whllo play Â¬ service and at once became the Fourth The cavalry ing hunting bears Charlie Shafer Ohio volunteer Infantry troop was taken up and Beven of the accidentally shot John Mowrey In the eight troops were mustered Into the head with a 22 callber revolver which he supposed was empty Mowrey will service e probably die The boys reside at Cross Key West May 10 The Vlcksburg lloads and are 10 years old brotight In a Ashing smack the Fer Twonld Be VoolLh nandlto taken off Havana The Span Louisville May 16 Judge Miller re- Â¬ ad schooner Severlto was captured by the gunboat Dolphin while trying to fused to appoint a receiver for the Kentucky and Montana Mining com- Â¬ mako her way into Havana harbor Tho Norwegian steamer Pratsberg pany In which Louisville people are with cattle attempted to run the block- Â¬ largely Interested He said this would ade but was held up with a blank shot be foolish as the property of the com Â¬ pany is in Montana and turned back here MM llfH II UK MH CO PRICE SHELMAN Irvingon Ky I HOW TO FIND OUT Fill a bottle or common glass with urine and let it stand twenty four hours a sediment or settling indicates an un Â¬ healthy condition of the kidneys When Urine stains linen it is evidence of kid Â¬ ney trouble Too frequent desire to vinate or pain in the back is also con- Â¬ vincing proof that the kidneys and blad- Â¬ der are out of order WHAT TO DO There Is comfort in the knowledge bo expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp lloot the great kidney remedy fulfils every wish in rulleving palu in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passages It corrects inability to bold urine and scalding pain lu passing it or bad effect following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unplearant necessity of being com- Â¬ pelled to get up many times during the night to urinate The mild and the ex- Â¬ traordinary effect of Swamp Hoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cores of the mott distressing cases If yon need medicine you should have the beet Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar You may have a sample bottle and pamplet botii sent free by mall Mention the Skkck KNRiDgn Nbws and send yonr address to N Y Dr Kilmer A Co Bingham W The prftpHetaM etthU paper gnawnWe I the smiineeMM nfekes eJfer often Wasnlngton May 10 There is the best authority for the statement that tne navy department does not expect to hear from Admiral Sampson wjthln several days The authority for this statement is fully acquainted with Ad- Â¬ miral Sampsons plans airl Wife Elope Prestonburg Ky May 16 Lark Whltaker it Is charged eloped from here with the wife of one of hla tenants Mrs Dlrd Miller Whlt akers wife has sued for divorce and telographed officers at Catlettsburg to arrest him rr VVVa a4 CASTOR I A naie It Killed Hlu Hello Cannellton Ind May It Herman Did you wy that yon were net feeling Btalder a leading merchant of Tell well and that yoar stomach was out of City died aboard the packet Tarascon T Well then of Dr between Trojc and try a bottle order Tell City His death Caldwells Syrup Pepeta and yev ere was the result of blood poisoning from Oenetlpetren sad Indi sure of relief having bad a tooth drawn getlon cured Sick headaehe cured A Vatal MUtake kes4tlitaylemts ZtfE kr - q seBssmfc affs C4lv Mjrll The wftcaM naval Greatest been to mankind and m being May 14 Lafayette Ind Day Id appreetetod by theBsands lOe will vet Fyke one o the oldest residents died Larger stses flic suddenly from a dose of carbolic acid y on trial slsebeUJe and SI Oft Of Ohs O Martin lie nrosf and going to the cupboard to proeexe some medicine drank from ewre Oh MlfMiCeHHtkCur Ue wrong phial t 1 iTaU ffcrt K w faaje fer 4 - m fifjF r GLENDEANE The address waa especially helpful to the oung men present School closes this week Jio D It V 0 BtMngt Edltoti nal Friprlitri The students of Breckenridge Normal Wm II Bell Is in Alexis Illinois Editor Babbage was here Saturday give the follow- Â¬ college have arranged to i i Ed Goodmans for sweet potato plant ing program in the City Hall at Hardins- Â¬ Considerable tobacco set Monday WEDNESDAY MAY 18 1898 Owen Cunningham went to Cloverport burg on Friday evonlng May 20 John Deano went to Loulsvlllo Sat Â¬ last Saturday Opening Odours urday Lntl LaRuo Beard Solo Instrumental Born to the wife of A X Klncholoo Polonaise de Mlgnon Roeellen Mr Jesse L Owen waa In Louisville May 13 a girl Too Much of a Good Thing laet week Laughable Comedy Tuesdays Thursdays and Fresh bread Mrs Emma Walde Hardinsburg Is at Breckbnriixie county farmers should Saturdays J II Hook Anna L Gardner Instrumental Solo get together and organize a county agri Â¬ Jumbo Jura Roaring Farce Dr Dempsters I have just received a fresh lot of cakes Instrumental Solo Allio Witt cultural association Thero Is enough Miss Ray Heyser Cloverport Is visit- Â¬ Hook Tho public are invited Admission 10c ing relatives hero energy and progresslvenets among our and candy J II Call on J H Hook or anything In tho and 25ft farmorn to make such action profitable Magistrate James Moorman was In eating line during Circuit Court Cloverport the latter part f last week At tlio Commercial Convention ban- Â¬ Go to the City Bakery for first class Unfortunate People quet at the Oalt House the other night lunch during court J II Hook Junius Owen came down from Louis- Â¬ Aro they who while suffering from Kid Â¬ Harry Weissinger provod himself an ville Thursday and etayod till Monday Â¬ Frank Whltworth has boen divorced ney diseases are prejudiced against all ad Just a plain old ideal toastmaster Jlmrale Maxwell who is now living in vertised remedies They should know from his wife Nannie Whltworth fashioned Kentucky host who has the that Foleys Kidney Cure is not a quack Ohio county was visiting bis father last Leave your subscriptions and job work gift of making everybody feel at ease and remedy but an honest guaranteed medi- Â¬ week at home The menu was in keeping for the News with V G Babbage cine for Kidney and Bladder troubles Dr Dempster and Mrs Dempster If you want anything in the lunch line A R Fieher Cloverport R A 8hellman spent Sunday with with the host par excellence and de Mr Josse Moormans to the City Bakery J II Hook go lightfully served Stephensport Gordon Haynes Pates family The grand jury after finding a few In Â¬ vllle E A Will Hardinsburg Mr Willie Owen is on his way homo Tub Tost is one Louisville paper that dictments adjourned last Saturday from eastern Kentucky and will be bore is going strictly on its merits It is Charley Cashman was licensed to pracIRVINGTON at tho close of the week He is making neither a journalistic mendicant nor a tho trip on horseback pirate It rises above the plane of being tice law by the Circuit Court last week Mr Bramlelts broth r is with him You can buy more goods for less mon- Â¬ the organ of a policastro or a pantata Willie Robertson was In Hardinsburg It hi a fearless exponent of what is right ey at Witts than anywhere else In Mr and Mrs Hawee spent Sunday in Monday and says that a new public road and is equally courageous in denouncing town Hawesville will be oponed from Rock Lick bridge to wrong It is Louisvilles mentor and This county was well represented last Mr Henry Smith of Cloverport waa the Cloverport and Bowling Green road monitor in fact her only true and loyal week at the Commercial Convention at in town Sunday Little Eva Owen went to Irvington friend among the press Louisville Tom Cain and Overton Blandford were Monday to meet her sister Mrs Jimmie Whilo in town this week stop at the in town Sunday Klncheloe of Carrolton Ky but was Tiik Commercial convention at Louis-Â¬ Fare reasonable H C great success We Lake hotel ville last week was a This community was well represented disappointed Mrs Ktncholoe is expected today In Louisville last week are for Louisville first last and all the Lake Prop W S Beard was in Cloverport last Misses Ella Robertson Mary Green of seeing her going time but we are tired Mrs R B McGlothlan mado a flying and Bessie Moorman and Messrs Willie astray We believe some things were week trying to work up a public library trip to Louisville Saturday Sidney Robertson Glen Moorman said at the convention that will open the for that town Mrs Frank and Baxter are off for a Owen and Henry Moorman Jr spent Mrs J A Witt is expecting her sister eyes of the city to her shortcomings visit to relatives in the old home Sunday with Misses Mary and Nellie Tho delegates were treated royally and Mrs Pennington to visit her from Mr and Mrs T J Jolly Bewleyville Moorman Messrs Dallam Swearlngen and Van Owensboro this week spent Friday with their sons family Felt are to be complimented upon the Mrs Tom Spencer colored lias been John Vest came up from Cloverport Mr Nelson Jolly of Sample spent one in Madlsonvllle two or three weeks success of their efforts to promote tho last week and qualified as administrator night last week with his nephew Robert visiting her son who resides there She comfort and enjoyment of the citys of his fathers estate guests Mrs Brown and little Genie have will go to Eddyville to visit her sonB Frank Haawell and wife came up from Cloverport Saturday evening and spent gone to Paradise for a visit to homo and Peyton and Crit before returning THE TRUTH AN ALLOPATHIC friends These are my last items to the News Sunday with his father DOSE Dont forget to come and hear Bro for a time Since last August I have J A Dean Owensboro and J S O wing to the fact that the city of LouisWortham Leitchfield were attending Breedings lecture tonight at the Metho Â¬ tried to let the rest of the county know ville is entirely in the clutches of the dist church Glendeanes happenings Omissions and court hore last week Barber Asphalt monopoly the Brecken Misses Charlotto and Eva Herndon blunders often have made the attempts Judge James Skillman Cloverport ridge Asphalt company has decided not prolonged their stay in Louisville and imperfect ones I trust my pen now to bid for street work in that municipal- Â¬ spent last Sunday in this city He is at Â¬ are having a delightfnl time laid aside will be followed by one whose ity until the present specifications are tending court this week Â¬ School closed last Thursday The pa- activity will record the many events of Robert Craycroft of Meade county revised It is pathetic to witness the trons generally much pleased with the Breckenrldges livest town Glendeane degeneration of civic morals in Louis- Â¬ was here last week looking after some progress the pupils made under Mr itself ville That city has became a veritable business in the Circuit Court The Glendeane correspondent for the Dugans instruction brothel filled with political harlots A Rev S K Breeding announced last Mr and Mrs Weaver were visiting the Nkws is Professor Joe Pile He is one exempli- Â¬ Sunday that he thought L B Davidson certain Jew whose personality of the brightest men in Breckenridge fies corruption acts the role of procurer would be able to fill his apomtment here old home and greeting their numerous friends in the community Saturday and county and his splendid qualities of Board of on the fifth Sunday in this month Under his baleful influence the Sunday returning to Louisville Sunday head and heart have endeared him to all Public Works flirts with wickedness and The Railroad Company is putting who know him It Is with regret we see evening present danger that the down there is an ever the switch out at the stave yard him temporarily relinquish bis task as Mrs Dr Moremen spent last week in chaste and good Charley Weaver may be- Â¬ There is an immense lot of staves being correspondent as his letters have always gay Lothario Unless there is a hauled of come a Louisville enjoying the attractions in here from the back country been newsy and brilliant and formed a gala week revival of patriotism in Louisville tho She returned via Bran Â¬ most valuable feature of the paper May Sweet potato plants of all varieties for father-in-law- s will becomo a political Sodom that city denburg visiting her his cup of joy be always full and may sale by Ed Goodman delivered in Hard- Â¬ will require the efforts of an army corps family his shadow never grow less Editor insburg Orders left with DeHaven of Parkhursts and Lexows to clean it out Mr Henderson was taken suddenly ill Nbws Co will receive prompt attention Ed The discrimination that exists in that again last week and was removed to city against Kentucky asphalt did not Goodman Louisville by his physician He is how- Â¬ Found R S Skillman has made an applica- Â¬ arise from a pure motive The business ever very much better and returned AtAR Fisher Cloverport R A men know that it is aauperior product tor license to practice law He and home Monday Shellman Stephensport Gordon Hay- Â¬ and that it is vastly cheaper than the Judge Board have an office together at Miss Carrie Owen of Jolly Station nes Pateaville E A Witts Hardins- Â¬ Trinidad Lake article But what can the present and they may form a partner- Â¬ stopped off on her return from Louisville burg drug stores a marvelous cure for ship in the law business business men do when their representaand its attractions and waa the guest of all kldnoy complaints nervous exhaus- Â¬ Tom Mercer served on the Petit jury tives in tho city government are bond Miss Blancho Jolly at the home of Mir tion and female weakness It is Foleys slaves to a corrupt and unscrupulous this term from McDaniels Tom has not R B McGlothlan Kidney Cure been on the jury for five years and be monopoly Mrs Heron came in town Sunday In the meantime Louisville wonders enjoys a rest He used to saw log a good Slmm Stephens why the city and state do not harmonize deal but he has quit that and gone to morning and dispensed some lovely Marchal Neil roses among her friends The marriage of Miss Brook Minor farming In earnest QOOD WORK FOR GOOD JIOADS my better half sharing her generosity Stephens and Mr James O Simm Jr There is some question as to whether good road problem is on the eve the road machines will bo of proper ser- Â¬ Mrs Heron Is a very successful horticul- Â¬ of Chicago will be solomnlzed at the The of solution in this county The Bpecial vice to the county and thoy may not be turist and her friends reap the benefit of home of the orides parents Mr and Mrs James G Stephens Alta Vista tax levy the purchase of tools and road purchased They have been given one her skill Bro Ilesson preached one of his good on Wednesday morning at 0 oclock working machinery by the fiscal court or two tests on the public roads sermons for us Sunday morning but June the 1st There will be no attend- Â¬ are important steps in this direction Notice Go to A A Richardson Gar- Â¬ owing to a sudden illness was unable to ants and after the ceremony the couple The spirit that has animated our county field for your millinery goods Hats fill his pulpit Sunday evening Mr will leave for OhIcagotheir future home judge and the magistrates is patriotic trimmed in the very best stylo by a first Coleman however had prayer meeting and commendable The tllorU they are class milliner Full line of fertilizer and Bright Wheat Prospects making to it cure for Breckenridge a wall and I am sure every one must have felt All kinds of mercantile paper Sam Dlx one of the thriftiest farmers Â¬ system of decent highways should goods at the importance of the truths he so earnthe very lowest prices estly impressed not only upon the in this county went to Louisville Wed Â¬ receive I lie heartiest support and encour- Â¬ Miss Lena McGary has just opened a youths of the congregation but upon nesday In an Interview with a News The only regret should be agement reporter Mr Dick states that he has 150 that the countys capacity for road build- Â¬ new line of millinery goods at the store each individual present Miller at Kirk and she acres planted in grass and he looks for ing and improvement should be so of Mattlngly an immense hay crop He also has a S M Geary Fierson Mich writes limited The good road question involves invites the public to call and see her the best interests of this community Its stock Her goods are all new and fresh DeWltts Witch JEIazel Salve is curing large acreage in wheat and the yield this solution means a broader and better and of the very latest style more piles here to day than all other year will he the largest ever made At the quarterly meeting held at Web remedies combined social life for our county it will make It cures eczema Besting Them tho farm moro attractive to the young ster last week the following were and all other skin diseases Short The midnight Texas flyer had two to the elected delegatee to the District Confer- Â¬ Haynes people and keep them from going Pullmans filled with racehorse people city where they help to swell the ranks ence of the ME church South at Leitch- Â¬ Wedding ABBouscemoBt going to St Louis In the grand scrap T B of the army of the unemployed It will field to be held June 8 to 10 enhance the value of our farm property Henderson G W Beard V G Babbage Elsewhere in this issue appears the for St- - Louis business between three and thus bring a direct profit to the and Elihu Meador Alternates Charles marriage announcement of Miss Brook rival routes at Louisville Henry Mor farmer and at the name time give a more Miller M Board Sr J II Skillman Minor Stephens to Mr James O SImm due the popular general passenger agent equable distribution of taxation The and Forrest Claycomb Jr of Chicago III Miss Stephens is of the Texas Is steadily doing the purchase of three road machines by the Piggott the youngest daughter of Mr and Mr others up Owensboro Messenger McGlothlan of Irvington One costing 100 received an order to furnish thirty do fiscal coutt was wise James G Stephens who reside near will be placed in the Hardinsburg dis-Â¬ en steel shovels for use on the country Addison in a beautiful home which has trict one costing 175 in the Bewleyville roads over bids entered by several been given the appropriate name of She is one of Brecken Â¬ district and one costing 200 in the Rock others An equal number of these shov- Â¬ Alta Vista Vale and Cloverport districts Its a pity els will be distributed among the magis-Â¬ ridge countys most attractive cultured that these machines and the men who trates and they will furnish them to the and accomplished young ladles Mr when the Creator said to woman In sorrow shalt thou bring forth work the roads connot be placed under overseers in their several districts Slmm Is connected with one of Chicagos largest manufacturing establishments children tho supervision of a scientific road that a curse was pro- Â¬ Â¬ The district Sunday School Conven builder The cost of employing such a tion which was held at the M E church and ranks as one of that citys foremost nounced against the human race but the joy felt by every Mother man might seem great but the result last Saturday was a very interesting young business men when she first presses to her heart would show it to be a wise and economimeeting for the Sunday school workers W C T Meeting cal expenditure of money Bad roads Misses Annie DeJernett and Ellen Stith her babe proves the contrary There was held in the Toblnsport Danger and suffering lurk in have imposed a limit upon progress and read excellent papers on the work and enterprise in this county Improve them the Sunday School work was discussed Baptist church a W O T U Conven- Â¬ the pathway of the Expectant and the bar to progress is retfpfVl In- In a general way by a number in the au- Â¬ tion Monday and Tuesday The meet- Â¬ Mother and should be avoided finite possibilities would open up This dience Robt McGufllu was continued ing was conducted by Mrs Mary Balch that she may reach the hour when is the broad view that our people should as President The next meeting will be of Indianapolis and Mrs M 0 Cam- - the hope of her heart is to be real- Â¬ mock of Greensburg It waa an interÂ¬ ized in full vigor and strength take of the subject Any reasoning to held out at New Bethel esting and entertaining assemblage and the contrary would show a small appre- Â¬ The lecture delivered at the Baptist various subjects were discussed by pro ciation of the blessings of clvlllzitlon church last week by the Rev Mr Rlsner mident local people ol that bottom and class us with that element who de Â¬ was Uetoned to by a large audience His so relaxes the The committee on arrangements were light in pulling hack and who look upon subject was The ups and downs of a Mrs Florence Simons Mrs A M Cock system and as progress as being criminal boy from Kentucky to California The roll Mrs Mary Ryan and Mrs Julia sists Nature speakers remarks were such as to Inter Â¬ Winchell who tn their elegant way the nec- Â¬ Making Improvements est his hearers through the entire ad Â¬ made the event a most pleasant one to essary change A great deal of money has been spent dress What ho said was made up of takes place the visiting ladles by Breckenridge farmers In improving good sound common sense with a little without Nau Â¬ Heres a Reeere their farms this year More miles of humor thrown in to keep up the interest sea Headache fence have been coustructed and more McQuady is without a doubt one of Nervous or land cleared than in years past Our Gloomy Fore- Â¬ the most thriving towns on the Branch farmers arefast becoming the thriftiest boding of da- Â¬ road and it possesses a wheel horse in in the state ncer and the the promotion of Its commercial In tercels la especially truo of Hoods Illli for no medi iu the person of J W Pate That gen Â¬ trying hour is robbed of its pain cine ever contained io croat curatlre power la Cattle Scarce tleman la a great hustler and the else of and suffering as so many happy so tmall apace They ore a wbole medicine his hutle may be judged from the fact mothers have Cattle are unusually scarce In this It has beÂ¬ that he has already sold thie season Nothing but Metkers Frlea4 does section says Ohas Lisbon seventeen Deeilng binders eight mow this Dont be deceived or come necessary for me to go to Louisville era 3000 pounds of binding twine and persuaded to use anything else beef We are handling considerable after four can of fertiliser He Is the kind of a fish and we send about 100 pounds to Ketbera rriead la fe gTUt rtmedr ever chest always ready al- maa that build up a town By the way ptoaUMuiMuda4lGWMrmllt dlBsfaurg daily IlM biMj y kTImW A Co WkHawriato ways efficient alwaya tat- I 4 be in a Nrws advertiser prevent a W Of drustf lata at II GO or nest bjr xprM oate- SI For that tired fe4lBg you mot enrich Waotoryicure all liver cold m I1U or fever tolprta Write loc book coatMaioe viu- We iiftfofnattM for U Hot xuHt4 tm aad parity yor bleed Hoods Sareapa DevVlttaTlttle Early RUcrs Mc hsaobe JauadJee eoortjtttloB t JM The Ihhw HtMe tMk Tkeeetr M to take wttt Heeds rill ta tbe mwIMm you aeed Breckenridge News HARDINSBURG Boa BlOOd is a Good Roads mean longer life to your horses and your vour car watrons riages and yourself GOOD SHOES are the best road to health and happiness neither of which are possible if your feet are filled with pains or if they are improperly covered In offering you SELZ SHOES we are firmly ArrA flint xoo are rrivinrr vou a chance to get the best shoes for the least money and that they will give you most wear id least weariness SIX PAGES Good Thing to bo rid of because bad blood is tho breeding placo of disfiguring Is your and dangerous diseases blood bad It is if you aro botherod by Elagucd by pimples or your Bkin la blotched by oruption8 or your body eaten by You can have Borea and ulcers good blood which is puro blood If you want it You can be rid of pimples boils blotches sores and By the use of ulcers How Â¬ IT TAKES LESS MONEY TO BUY A SELZ SHOE than other kinds and there are no I regrets afterwards izunSii ofths ahoaa hat jou bur Stlz Shits ske jear feet glad Â¬ Sarsaparllla It is tho radical remedy for all dis Â¬ eases originating in the blood Head tho ovidenco Ayors as a blood purifier When I began taking it I had bolls all over Bonner my body One bottle cored me Some Warm Weather Necessities Blue Oottonado Panes raparilla waa recommended to me by my physician Mlas Craft Wesson After six years suffering from blood poison I began taking Ayera Baraapa rills and although I have used only three bottles of this great medicine the sores A A Man Â¬ have nearly all disappeared ning Houston Texas Fancy Oottonade Pants Heavy Oottonade Pants 40c BEWLEYVILLE Crops are Ioooklng fine The Childrens Day moves serenely on Mrs Laura Stith was at Qua ton Satur Â¬ day Mrs E L Smith was In town Satur Â¬ day Moorman Hardaway is at home for a short visit J M Hardaway of Brandenburg is visiting relatives here Miss Ina McCoy Is visiting Mrs Wm Hardawav of Jefferson county The Rev Buck Haynes preached in the Baptist church Sunday at eleven Thos Cain was over at Brandenburg Friday the guest of his sister Florence Miss Sarah Campbell is at Stanley Daviess county the guest of J B Sny Â¬ L 8birti and Drawers Light Weight Cassimere Pants from 50o T5c SI TO 35 Q jC T -- V 1 Â¬ Mens Fanoy and Plain Ganzo Mens Balbrifjgan Shirta and fall Drawers pearl bnttonr regular made splendid quality Drill Drawers good quality For i O jtrO C litis 25c der Wm Cain Wm Keith Dr Walker and Mary Keith were in Hardinsburg Thursday Misses Edith Shumate and Willa Drury have been having good times ex Â¬ changing visits Miss Beulau Fayne was the guest of her sister Mrs Sam Fate of Hardins- Â¬ burg last week Dr Haynes is still here busy Arthur Walker will be home soon to work in the same line of business Our new Sunday school Superintend- Â¬ ent is a hustler He moves things up and works to his own sweet will Mrs Belle Campbell has been very ill the past two weeks and does not Im- Â¬ prove The worst is feared for her Gus Albert Richardson has a place In our Childrens Day exercises this year He joined our Sunday school recently Last Saturday our town was out of Now isnt that awful sugar I sym Â¬ pathize with the poor girl whose beau is coming The May number of the Bay View Magazine states that a history of Spain will be one of the B V It Os text books for the ensuing year M F Payne was foreman of Grand jury over at Hardinsburg last week This was a nice opportunity for Mr Payne to visit his daughter there Clara Jolly of Irvington was the guest of Hurbert Cain and her relatives at Dewey Heights last week She is a genial cozy little visitor and may come again when she chooses Mrs Robert McGlothlan entertained tho B V R 0 last Friday delightfully She is a faithful devoted member and they will meet at her house again May 20th in the early afternoon The Webster man thinks he has a corner on the old hen that scratches in the garden but I can testify to the con- Â¬ trary We have tlTem here by the wagon loads and you can scare them up anywhere Gerome Newton and Miss Jane Smith went over to Brandenburg Tuesday May they May 17th and were married find abundant happiness as they journey through life together The Superintendent announced Sun Â¬ day morning at Sunday school that the marriage of Mr Hugh Hardaway and Miss Annie Johnson would take place in the Methodist church at this place May 20th at G oclock p m Dont give Meade county out Our neighbor Mr Mlko Shumate sold over 125 bushels of wheat to the Irvington Milling Co last week and baaa t sold out either The price waa more than a 1 Mr Shumate lives In a portion of Meade known as Stitha Valley and is an excellent citizen Ladies Ribbed VestsEcru 5c Ladies Ribbed Vests White 8c Ladies Ribbed Vests in Pink Blue and other colors from 10c to 25c Ladies Tan and Black Shoes 1 00 Ladies Tan and Black Oxfords 100 Â¬ Childrens and Misses Tan and Black Oxfords from 50o up to the Best Headquarters forDre Selby Gos Pine Shoes Bv We are showing some exclusive patterns in Domestic and Imported Organdies Lawns Pique Plain and Dotted Swisses and other novelties that will please the ladies Goods cheerfully shown and samples freely given THE FAIR 9 Cloverports Leading One Price Store p MANY THINK Every Woman Admires A t JWI - WELL DRESSED MAN You can pain admiration at little oxpenso bygivincua your order for this seasons garments Â¬ Suits 1300 and Trousers Up Â¬ 5 up MADE TO 300 and ORDER Perfect V MOTHERS FRIEND that Como in and let us fit ypu up in a nico suit for spring fit guaranteed Goidsn Rod HESTON rjWAAAvvwiMAAAAAwvvAA A Warm Friend of WILLIS Vl CffARRH r BBV2HH A LOCAL CO Bumtd 1 4 DUense X CLIMATIC Much in Little Affection Kjlhlpg but a local or change I remedy will curl dim it 11 Â¬ Hoods I LJ I I I experienced Oct r wtll known phar Â¬ maceutical remedy Elji Cma Bali Itfl a X WV I quickly atxnbtd Give Relief at one COLDiHEADWFHM iUy laflaaiauuior HcaU and Protect lh Membrane Rettorce tba SenMa bf Taata ud Small No Cocaine No Mercury No lujurloua Drug Full Hm oci Trial Wee loc at DtwmIiu or by mall Warns St New WV BROTHKRU Colic Cure is very hot Hat Mrs Frank Smith o Jolly gtatfea when diluted it is a warm friend indeed met with a seyere accident Taaaxfa to those suffering from bowel complaints morning While tawing oyer a kvtltf It never falls 25c and 60o A It Fish Â¬ fall of boiling water the hot liquid mp Cloverport It A Phellmau Step er d ap InisJisT fee d HtkM vary Hayner Pateaville enspirt Gordon wMy Her injury U sqmtIoim a mUum E A Witt iarilnhiirg Miat Ur mother was called Foleys Badly U lw Strawberries BtMHU H6 ceuw per ijalloa OAliTOHIA KinHMiMlhtt a ma tor wkr--8bo- Saril Yk vfVJ2jy- fimA4C home ia tb akkc Early Little EwlyRUr Uta pUi tWiuaUsilfe Iobw and bMar aid i w w iDu aud early to rise jtopam I 1 MmU rt Wa i A IHjtm fcTJMJ ii i 411U - nWi ULIM - Horse and Jack Bills BEST PRINT BEST STYLE I PROMPT EXECUTION I LOWEST PRICE As I - Send Us Your Order CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY H Jfjgfe Breckenridge WEDENSDAY MAY UN1TEP STATES BATTLE SHl p Iowa II Another TS THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS msmmwffl8Emmi The Place to Buy GREGORY m Wharfmasters CLOVERPORT Local Agents News 18 1898 Kilucato Your Howell With CmenreU Candy Cnthnrttc euro constipation forovci no 25o fnllilruirsfsts refund mnnn Iraac BRANDENBURG Defrrrrrf Tram if Wr k The young men in our May Festival party actually say they will give up the society of those pretty girls for the race- Â¬ track I Well they dont need a chaper one We have to early Iparn and the quick- Â¬ er the better the small misfits and tho trivial annoyances pf life To allow to uear tho web of little things to our lives to a warp If wo look for pleasure it will come nioequitoe81f no permit them can worry us into a pas bit week fets siont Ruskln I believe said The greatest thing a human soul ever does in this world is to see something and tell wlmt It saw All the satno who has the goniusto tell it entertainingly To tell in an interesting manner what one has seen is tho highest of gifts and very f w possess it There are now on exhibition in Louis villo some fine pictures and art selec- Â¬ tions and which the May Festival party will see We are not connoisseuis or collectors but simply a lover of the beautiful There are some exquisite water colors in tho display which aro all interesting and instructive Our party numbered about twenty five In my last Philistine which is you know a periodical of protestis the Ouda hy coat of arms and tho truest most amusing got up Ive seen for some- Â¬ time It is used by said gentleman as a book plate The device is A setting hen ou a gold brick upon four links of sausage supporters two sworn lambs motto Root Hog or Die X Librus Dewey just at this particular time is so welt lovel that he is in danger of being apotheosized and the real man is well nigh lost in the clouds Sherman was up there once now he is turned out to graze as it were He too was once separate and apart from common mortals like Hector or Achilles Dewey may live to have a flavor of martyrdom in his his Â¬ tory A good many of our young people are in Loves land today and you know or we remember that such a land has no latitude or longitude and the ships sail without wind or compass like the barques of the Flioenecians we read Well do not oh do not disturb or awak- Â¬ en them for there is no more delightful abiding plane than this same Loves Land McKinley was certainly forbearing and conservative Congress may have been hot headed but whowbo can read of women being sold in slavery every day in Havana and in the garrison towns of Cuba without righteous indignation Tli a idea prevails there that because the women are Cubans they have no rl flits Let us pray that Cuba and the Fhillipine Islands may soon pass from bpanish to American control Brother Hesson preached last Sunday on his ideasof what constitutes a churuit He was broad liberal and gave us a beautiful conception of the won1 When we roach heaven surelv it will Â¬ be as Brother Heesnn said in substance not creeds forms mode of baptism observances that gained us entrance but doing Gods will and as Father Wha lea said actual grace given by the in- Â¬ fluence of the Holy Ghost Some people and some papers keep raking up masses and classes or rather striving to array one portion of these United States against the other Per- Â¬ haps they would like to see this country in the condition Rome was in once when tho plebeians were arrayed against the patricians and whicn finally culminated in the destruction of tlm Roman Empire and made the Italians a nation of fid Â¬ dlers and organ grinders History tells of the same condition exsting in France and which resulted in tho French Revolution and caused the streets Of Paris to run with blood Falsa theories can be advanced false id as enunciated till the conservative element of this grand Re- Â¬ public will be stamped out Â¬ ffl Soon to Start For the North Expedition CO KENTUCKY Where You Get Steamboat Agents EXPLORER 8ANUU1NE OF SUCCESS Walter Wellmati Tolls Whr lie llraret the Dancer of the Aretle lie I to Have Ilofal Itlral In the Froien Itegioni Plan of Campaign Special May 11 About six wooks lionconnotlior expedition In senrch of tho north polo will set out from tho borders of civilization Not nil of tlio niarltlmo nnd adventurous onorglos of man nro dovotod to tho making of war and money Solonoo nnd exploration con tinue to claim tholr shnro of tho worlds attontlon Long boforo this expedition returns to the haunts of men tho war with Spain will bo over and If porchanoo this effort to roaoh tbo polo results In suocoss thero can bo no doubt that tho aolilovo ment will recclvo all proper recognition At any rato that Is tho calculation of tho organlzor and lcador of tljo expodltlon who happona to be the writer of tbeso dls pntohos Inasmuch as this dispatch Is tho laat I shall wrlto for your readers for n year and a bait ut least and la In n senso a farowoll to thoso who lrnvo been patient onough to follow tho lotters with my nnmo signed to them I hava acooptod the Invitation of tbo editor to wrlto a fow linos about my Â¬ self Why do I want to try for tho polo Why loavo homo and family and a most delightful profession to bravo tho dangers and ouduro the discomforts of tbe far northf Thoso are quostlona ofton asked and they arc natural and pertinont que- Â¬ ries I will answer with frankness First Upon tbo theory that this earth was given him for bis homo that it Is his duty to know and m as tor all of It and that It Is beneath his dignity to loavo any oonsldorablopartof its surfaeo unexplored man set out n long tlmo ago to rcaob tbe north polo and nothing is nioro oortaln thun that ho will persist In tbo effort till ho shall bavo suocoedod Second About tho quest tor the pole tberoforo hnvo grown up a history a lltor aturo a sontliuont a friendly rivalry bo twoon nations and thus It Is tho world stands ready to glvo distinction and ro ward to him who nohlovcs thofoat regard lees of its utilitarian valuo which may bo trifling or of its eorvloo to solenco which may bo vory great Two American Kxplorer Third It Is my boliof based upon ex perlonoq in tbo arotlos and a oloso study of all tho dlflloultlcs In tbo way and tbo moons whioh may bo adopted for overcom- Â¬ ing them that I know how tho polo may bo reached So bollovlng it eocina tomo to bo myduty to make tbo effort ovon at con sidorablu sacrifice In this way it happens that this is tho thing I want to do and to thoso of us who are led by our natures to try to bond tbo fates to our will instoad of drifting along in tholr current doing what ono wants to do ia tbo bost thing In lifo Whotber or not tho polo Is to bo reached during the closing yoars of the present oontury deponds upon two men both Lloutenant Peary Is to try Ainorlcana from tbo north of Qroonland I from Franz Ho is a gallant fearless ox Josef Land perlencod man and tbu prlzo may fall to II o cortalnly lias my good wlsbca him for bis success If I do not get tho pole thoro la satisfaction In the thought that another American may get it An Italian to Follow Wellnian Tho Prlnco Lulgl nephew of tbo king of Italy baa announced his Intention of going to Frnnz Josoph Land noxt yoar in on effort to roaoh tho polo In othor words be is going to follow in my troll Accord ing to tbo alloged codo of ethics the Prluco Lulgl la doing a very naughty thing in thus encroaching upon my loo proservos and I suppose I should get excited about it But I do and protest most vehemontly neither Somehow or other I am unable to raise any serious objections to tbo op prearanro of a royal rival In tbo frozon Ooqd taste might Impel tbo prlnco flold to wait and lourn whotber I succeed or fall before setting out in my trucks but I certainly shall not put up any sign No or Keep Off tbo Trespassing Allowed The prlnco is weloomoto all ho Grass gets out of It and I shall bo glad to bavo him bring mo tbo news of tho peaoo with Spain and tho freedom of Cuba Whether or not my effort is to be a suo At oesa or a failure only time will tell this time almost every one else In tbo world than myself bollevos it will be a failure It I did not have faith of oourse I would not start In this sort of work a man is compelled to plan as carefully as posslblo provldoogalnstall difficulties ox perlonoe points out reoelve every advan Â¬ tage of equipment and organization an alert mind can suggest go into the field determined to do tbo very best he can without reoklessnosri or foolburdy hazard of other mens live and nbldu hy the oon soquencos wbatovor tbey may bo The Wellman polar expedition will sail from Tromso Norway In tho lco steamor Frltjof Juno SO Tho expeditionary party will be composed of four Americans and fnnr Nnrwealana nearly all of them ex Seventy flvo perienced in orotic work Siberian draft dous will bo taken aboard at Archangel Russia Tho Frltjof is expect ed to arrive at Capo Flora Franz Josef Land eightieth degree of north latitude Heir Androo tbo polar ebauH Aug 1 ballooBlst may be found there a ret to ez port agreeing that If still nllvo the daring aeronaut Is probably In Franz Josef Land When the Frltlqt retnras to Norway in WASHINOION Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Your moneys Addison Vi v forth Dick r ja Homestead Fertilizer Company and tandard Dealers In Oil Company Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor ing and Colling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Addison Ky - Laths Piaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Bolldlno Material rSy ffZ i 5 V aB7 Jfct3 -- Mill i2L u A3aaaV MSSBMl 5exsssx V Q Babbage Will Act as llil5JsLT WerfWgJjaagt DO YOU WANT FARM MACHINERY We have one building with n floor space 30 x 50 feet filled with everything in farm machinery from plow bolts on up througe the list to Check Rowers Mowers Rakes and the latest im- Â¬ proved Binders In our McCORMICK IMPLEMENTS sold evkiiywhkiik nothing better than our uight hand model for 189S It will bear inspection and comparison with any other Harvesting Machine made but we will sell you a Left Hand a Bindlochine or Daisy Reaper or the best mowing machine on earth Headquarters on all Grades and Kinds of Fertilizers Â¬ Thu Wcstfield Ind News prints the following in regard to an old resident of that rlace Frank McAvoy for many years in the employ of the L N A C Ry here says I have used Chamber- Â¬ lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for ten years or longer am never without it In my family I con- Â¬ sider it tho best remedy of the kind man- Â¬ ufactured I take pleasure in recom- Â¬ mending it It is a specific for all bowel disorders For sale by A R Fish- Â¬ er Cloverport It A 8hellman Steph ensport Administrator Guardian Assignee Etc Twenty Years perience Ex- Â¬ tf It BRdHT PROSPECTS For the Opening of the Drlck Plants In This City who are largely interested in the Acme Brick plant were in the city recently to take n survey of the property preparatory to opening up for work They decided to make tomo needed repairs on tho plant and machinery and juitglng from thu hopeful view they lake of the situation they will undoubtedly open up for business in a short time Should this be done it will be a great boon to Cloverport as it will employ nearly a hundred men at good wages A gentleman very intimately connect- Â¬ ed witii tho Patton Brick Works in answer to the question as to the likell hoqd of that plant starting up said We may start up this fall and manu- Â¬ facture a suporior building brick The demand for such as article is strong and would justify us in engaging in its pro- Â¬ duction Messrs Settling EstatesAttention A NEW h DO YOU WANT ANYTHING IN DRY GOODS Hikts and Maury We are anxious to show you through our well assorted stock of spring and summer goods Come in and inspect and compare prices whether you wish to buy or not We are showing some strictly new things in American and Imported Organdies Paris Muslin Honitan Grenadine Batistes Ducks We have iooo yards of new Irish Pointy Embroideries with insertings to match Sash Ribbons white and colors 8 inches wide at 25 cents per yard 4000 yards all kinds grades shades and styles of ribbrcn to close out at bargain prices - All Legal Matters Given Prompt DO YOU NEED NEW SH0E8 In mens ihott our prices range from 9c to floo ptr pair We can show you the newest toes cul and finlih In Vlcii vetting topi In Tani and Black In womens thretrur itockii inoit complete Vetting topi dull nock tlpt All grades ol coin toes Irom hall dime to dollar Newest things can be had in both high and low thorn MUNDETSJdUARANTCED SMOGS for the boys and girls in black and tin and lovely goods Every pair guaranteed to wear See them DO YOU WANT GROCERIES Well I it is no use to talk to you Everybody In twenty miles knows that our prices are always the lowest and our goods first class bought ahead of the war price scare so we can maintain the same old prices Blacksmith Shop At BURAS WAGON MAKERS Highest Market Price Paid for Wool Eggs Butter and Produce of all Kinds DO NOT FORGET You will find the largest Machinery supply house between Louisville and Owensboro nt HORSESHOEING Etc I have justopened a new blacksmith shop at Buras where I am prepared to do all kinds of work in that line I am also authorized to Bolemuiza the rights of matrimony THE NEW WAY T70MEN w to think usedÂ¬ fe male diseases could only bo treated after lo examina Â¬ cal by physi Â¬ tions Dread of cians such treatment kept thousands of modest women silent about their suffering The In- Â¬ of troduction Min nr rarAfil his now demon atraUd that nJneMenths of all tha of menstrual disorders do not require a physicians attention Discovered By a Woman Another great discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this country Disease fastoned his clutches upon her and for seven years she withstood its severest test but her vital organs were undermined and death For three months seemed imminent she coughed incessantly and could not sleep She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for consump- Â¬ tion and was so much relieved on tak Â¬ ing first dose that she slept all night and with two bottles has been absolute- Â¬ ly cured Her name is Mrs Luther Lull Co of Thus writes W 0 Hamnick 8uelby N C Trial bottles free at Short Haynes Drug Sore Regular size 60c and SI Every bottle guaranteed Â¬ Â¬ Addison Addison orwiK eon DiGlc Ky JAMES ATUCKER bank or DeWltfs Witch Hazel Salvo Cures Piles Scalds Burns Augurt or ftepwrnDor ane majr satlonnl newa In all Glory to the Women This season nn ospocinl effort on our part has been made to please tho most exact- Â¬ ing and fastidious woman Tho all absorbing subject is Â¬ HAEDIlTSBUEa JT BEARD Prsildsnt WILL MILLER VlM Prtildsat II BHARD Cihlsr JJ During the late summer end early au Â¬ tumn alx of ua houu to roach at least m far north na tho eighty second parallel of latitude thoro to throw up a rude hut In which to pasa tho four ruontba of arctlo night living In large part upon tho polar bear and othor game shot on tho apot Juat aa soon na the light of tho aun re Â¬ turns nut aprlng wo aro to set out upon a Journoy toward tho polo somo 600 geo Â¬ graphical in Ilea away Reaching tho polo OW MORRIS ESKRIDQK R M JOLLT INTEREST PAID ON BJ5ARD Directors TIME DEPOSITS Hancocks Luck Prof S E Hancock has secured tho prinripalship of the Cloverport publie school and will move his family there this summer Cloverport is a live little town and ifs schools are first das em pnying four teachers Prof Hancock will have absolute control of tho whole thing at a nice salary He has made many warm friends here wlo will re Â¬ gret to see him leave hut all of them will n jolcH over his deservedly good fortune Wo can heartily commend him to the people of Cloverport as a strictly first clars teacher an up right Christian gen Â¬ tleman an an all around good citizen Uullit Pioneer ft by thla dash campaign deponda upon wbothur or not wo can travel an averogo of about ton uillca per day and keep ever Â¬ lastingly at It for moro than 100 daya At nny rate wo hopo to bo buok at Capo Flora on tho southern coast of Frani-Jo-se- f Land by July next year whether wo hnvo or have not tho polo aa n trophy and there to moot tbo steamer that la to futoh ua bank to Norway A yoar and a half heneo laholl probably bo writing you letters telling how I did or Which do illil nnb roach tho north Dolo you think It will bo WALTKll WELLMAN J JtiHunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover- Â¬ port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with A MILLINERY In this lino our equal for such an elegant display in Turbins Sailors Walking Hats Infant Caps and tho newest things doesnt oxist in this section of tho country i cat Casper May Send mc Co IND i Â¬ flfaftM taken In tha privacy of a womans own home insures quick relief and Women need not speedy cur now Win of CArdut re Â¬ quires no humiliating examina Â¬ tions for It adoption It cures any Meease that comes under the head dUordered f female troubles PMiwh falling of the womb wfcWeeeinfeoUlfe lUnakee women beautiful by maklaf tfcem by well It keee them 100 at keeping them healthy the drug store hUte cum Mqulrtof spseW UrM etvlnr cn wtom Adrlsonr Diitjnent tkLaaUa1 MeiiclM Co ClutU- tVt CfeMsaoofa efetoMM rV wMce In W I AWHMI MB t mm Wine ef UM h CM7Hto Mj 1 J Yellow Jaundice Onred Suffering humanity should be supplied with every means possible for Its relief It is with pleasure we publish the fol Â¬ lowing This is to certify that I was a terrible sufferer from Yellow Jaundice for over six months ad was treated by some of the beat physlrlaiw la our city as4 all to no avail Dr Bell our drug gtetieoBende Electric Bitten and after taking two bottles I wm eaWte ly cured I how take great plsaaara fa reoom mending them to wy pema eui ring frew tkie terrible makdj law gratefully yetre M A Hegarty Lex Â¬ ington Ky Bold by aiwrt fc HftthM dwjgsito CASTOR IA Iw lafaik k tf ui GklUre Tlipro Is mora Catarrh In this section of the country than all other diBeue8 put together and until tho lat frw years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pro- Â¬ nounced It a local dlseaea and prescribed local rcmodls and by constantly fall ing to cure with local treatment proScience bat nounced it Incurable proven catarrh to bo a constitutional iliaesa- - and therefore rt quires eonbtitu Halls Catarrh1 Cure tlonal treatment Co manufactured hy F J Cheney Toledo Ohio la thu only constitutional cure on the maiket It la taken Internally IbJomm from 10 droi to a tea spoonful It acta directly on thu blood asd mucous turfaeea of the ayatem They offer one hundred dollars for f l im it fails to care Betid for circulars and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Beautiful Assortment of Ribbons Flowers OANNKLTON Plumes Straw Braid and Trimmings BIG STOCK CLOTHING WOMENS SHOES LATEST STYLES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO HAIL ORDERS Ml 5 J Ana l win ounu you packed in in plain box one gallon 1 -- 2 SO Whisky N Old Goon Hollow ST Ism UsUbbohUIs M Addreaa A Co MEYER MEYER BURAS KY None Purer None Finer SIMON vtSsf If T J CHENEY Totals O JONES 8U by Drukts 76c f sRKIMbI ii BRECKENRIDGE NEWS jcovctk a iojv CURE CONSTIPATION If iNDY CATI1ABJIC wpDKHPnAY MAY 18lBPft MUSIC FESTIVAL Was a Complete Success Says the Mmlo Critic of The t News Clevelands Popular Evangelist T OeGttmptiTM As an honest remedy Foleys Honey and Tar does not hold out false hopes In advanced stages but truthfully claims to give comfort and rollef in the very worst casrs and in early stages to effect a cute A It Fisher Cloverport R A Shell man Stephensport Gordon A Hayncs pAtesville E A Witt Hardlnsburg Spurious Muromlea mONING MAB mi iniw BAST HwiMiiinttimjniiMiiWmswaiiiri BNlMk ft ijlhi A1S0L0TELT 2V a SOf GDARAKTEED tyeseeseseeian r7y awimwimvnir3 riHl ail 3lHlBi1IHHllVIIIinUVr irtflaHiJilAafl JliVLVlKfi ion i i biimimu iimiii t leu w DRUGGISTS - mi nirairo aonirrsi ornen Ill 9iii9iii4i9iiiiii4iifiititiiiii9iiili9ii OUR SPEGIATTY a if X v SUPERIOR WORK ft WE PRINT Catalogues foii Booklets jf J i i Price Lists Office Stationery And Rfnnks nf Rvcrv Kind Circulars BRECKENRIDGE - NEWS JOB DEPARTMENT CLOVE H PORT KY 44Ait444444Ai44444l4t4l444 The Way to Travel Loulsvilk HendersonSt Louis R yGo TIME SCHEDULE Effect Tiiklntr A 2f asro 4 B B O S O S W RY tin follows Cinclnnall and the 16 Trams leave Ioninvllle Lv Ioulsvilb Ar Cincinnati Ar Columbus a 35am At 630 oclck Sunday Uar 30 1897 TTmI Bound Train Kail Bound Tram Mall W ItAILWAY liast St Louis and the West No Jo No 8 Loulsvlllo tins had n treat to a high cIbm of music both vocal and Instrumeii tal and it la nil the more enjoyable now becanso tib AlusicftlOlub niado It a flnanciat buccops and all the public gplrlUil Biibscrilicrfl tlmnkn to them will not bet called ou for one dollar of tbo subscription money The boIoIbU were not all good but no must accord the greatest v praise to the vfollnlst Ysaye who or lila marTelous technio stands with Ceasar Thomson While Thomson executes with no apparent eUort all that Ysaye does yet lie lacks that soul playing of Ysaye Mme Gatkki was 1b good voico and sang with that pathos and dramatic fervor which she of all the soloists seemed to possess Ffrangcon Davies whose rich baritone voice is such a pleasure to hear was at his best in the finale Wagners Melster singer He apparently made no eUbrt to sing but his voice was always true The same cannot be said of the tenor- - Berth old whose singing below middle O was almost always flat Above tulddle 0 his vqice was of the order of Brijfnolls very beautiful The main trouble was in the support of tbo Festival orchestra which lacked precision Ysayo had to watch the violins and play to them to the detri- Â¬ ment of himself and the audience No chorus in Louisville has been drill- Â¬ ed like this one Its tone Bhadlng was destroyed at times by th careless work of the orchestra We think Louisville was imposed upon upon by the conductor Mollenbauer who brought musicians on the opening day of the festival instead of at least three days before for rehearsals Too much praise cannot be accorded Mr Shackeltou whose work as a conductor was peerless We venture the asser Â¬ tion that had be charge of the orchestra and full chorua the result woul have been different However all praise to Shack Its a mighty good beginning Tho next one we have lets put up local talent for encores We felt sorry Saturday evening that Mr Berthold did not know but one piece and therefore could not respond to eight calls for encore Â¬ 1 RtwANLGiiflnOD Cleveland O Spurious mmnmios have from time to timo been palmed off upon tho public nnd n doubt arose fu a Vlouna mu sou m us to tho validity of one daughter of tho pharaobs In thoir collection It occurred to them in view of tbegoneral hollowuess of lifo that tho young lady might have been manufactured iu Bir Â¬ mingham So they turuod tho Roontgon rays upon bor nnd saw at onoo through tho many folded wraps tho amulets whi oh tho Egyptians placed upon tho bosoms of their dond thus proving tho genuineness of their specimen Â¬ HntsBn OU Pastor Ettclia Are MEChHrch writes Dr Fcnner I have used your Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic and find it the best remedy for a deranged state of the stomach liver and bowels of any that I have ever used Swltzorlaud Is the laud of universi ties It has sovon or one to ovory 428 670 Inhabitants while Germany has 83 or ouo to ovory 3880800 Russia bos a nnivorsitv for every 10000000 only Â¬ SEARCH rwDFninDFCMnrnKiiMn Ml MAKES COLLARS AND GUFFS STIFF AND NICE AS WHEN FIKCT BOUGHT HfcW Hicks fiiot is CHARLES O MARTIN Prescription Pharmacist Next door above Payne A Cna Cloverport the this Inhaler the seasickness Wonderful re stimulant and preventative known lief In tlar KovVr and Asthma MrBVf OUU1I MANH INHALrK land 70a will TTs 11m It Prwelts stajftrlt Ulm caatt rrt Bikll SO imIi tr ItMik M Hralfe 0 n i tan rtmiisuii imi nro Bevere jLrndachee ATrrvoiisneaa ffeiulek Vhr not prevent It all arucrKihoiiillonl MKMltlll IMIALbr tiling OIJHIIMANN Kit llelp that haadacne cure t bat nerrousneM and greatest or by n TRAVEL DO YOU atrlpl sorter from to take Arejrouprolnir Do you umbrolla nud supposing you had gone homo for good I took it Wicks Dont mention It I owe you an apology You left your now hat you know and woro your old one As I had no umbrella and as I didnt want to wot my hat I put on yours Hope you dont mind Pearsons Weekly it was raining and I saw your Account Squared I owe you an apology A The ONE POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL CO AS FAR AS A POUND AND A ItALr OF ANY OTHER STARCH waMUTACTURED ONLY S By Wlral IUUIIlWHlt uwrinmin ijstihiwii lraimiiiiiiiBuiiuiimiuiiHiwiriiwwHiawiinir JwniHiiiHiiiiiiiiiii M1WWW mmia No 18 2 45pm if f W ilfl r iaF Bc Vmh 43 Exprs Kaprs Dally 4EOpm 5 03 5 37 6 40 5 48 6 63 Mll STATIONS Kxprs Hzpr Dally Dally 1233pm 7 5pm 12 30 733 11 80am 6 55 IMS 681 6 45 6 40 6 34 4 Dally 7 30am 7 48 IvUnn t 818 8 21 8 2J 8 31 8 42 Kentucky St ptr W M7 5 V M I 1 m- r glf fife IK t B iff hlk m 9 33 6 61 16 59 7 07 7 12 7 20 7 24 7 27 7 43 600 609 618 626 8 69 9 07 861 915 9 23 9 31 9 32 9 43 Kock Haven Lonif liranch Hranilenburfr Kkron Guston West 1olnt Howard Wlllowdale 739 HDfe 754 8 04 8 12 8 27 8 33 3 42 K m eW N 818 rtKi SWl - - 863 916 9 21 1011 1014 1026 1035 1043 1049 1068 1105 1114 1125 961 966 969 Sample Stephcneport Addieon Irvlngton Webiter I odlburif Pierce 1135 1128 1121 1112 1102 1053 1045 1037 626 618 610 6C3 102 550 Ar Pittsburg Ar Washington s 2opm Ar Baltimore 7 50am Ar Philadelphia 1015am 340 pm Ar New York lajonn 555pm Ar Iloston g 05pm 3 oopm Nraln No 16 has elepant Pullman Iluflet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Cincinnati to Washington llaltimore Philadelphia and New York wllhout change Train No 18 haa elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No ao haa sluepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers 645am 1155am 605pm 1115am 555pm 1105pm 8 ajpm 7 ajam 650am 1120am 13am 5 42 5 30 6 22 1020 10 15 64 St Louis Springfield and the West Lv Louisville Louis Ar Springfield Caldwells Syrup Pepsin is The greatest remedy for the stomach that was ever put together Absolutely vegetable with the exception of the Pepsin Are you constipated Then try Syrup Pepsin Have you indi gestion or sick headache Then use Syrup Pepsin Spend 10c for a trial bot- Â¬ tle and you will be convinced Large sizes 60c and 100 A true family rem- Â¬ edy At Chan 0 Martins Thats where Dr Bight In It The Presidents Carnation Somewhere In the country there is a little girl who will remember last Wed Â¬ nesday afternoon as long as she lives says the Washington Post She was here in Washington on hat day and with her mother she stood in line in the East K6orn at the White House to shake hands with the President Mr McKin ley has of late adopted the carnation and wears one in his button hole when he receives the public It is not a red carnation like the flowers Mr Springer of Illinois and Senator Brice used to wear but it is an exquisite shade of pink The President always enters the East Boom with his carnation but when he leaves tho flower is gone for he has given it to some one of his visitors Wednesday his choice fell on the little girl She was fairly trembling with ex- Â¬ citement when her turn came to shake hands with him and he spoke a few words to her Her face beamed with pleasuro at tho unusual attention and when he took the flower from his coat leaned over and gave it to her her eyes fairly danced with delight She held tho precious carnation fast with both hands as she left the White House and Im quite suro the withered flower will find a place among her most treasuied belongings The Best Remedy for Rheumatism From the KalrhaVen Ni V Itegister New Route to Health Little fragrant palatable tablets in a dainty enameled metal box just right for the vest pocket or the ladys purse On the tablets ore Btamped the letlerc 0 O O Oascaret Candy Cathartic Eat one like candy and tho little tablet at once purifies and destroy disease germs in the mouth and throat stops souring of undigested food in tho stom- Â¬ ach stirs up the liver tones and strength Â¬ ens the bowels making tbem act health- Â¬ ily and naturally They aro well and widely advertised In the press but tho beet advertisement for Coscarets is their wonderful mild yet positive action which mattes a cascaret convert of every- Â¬ one who tries them We recommend them to all our readers Keokuk owa newhaveNsConn hiih isnnwMBUKmuiiniiiMtHMiHMMws This starch Is prepared on sctentlflo principle br men wlio JiaTO had years of practical experience In fancy lanndorlnK It restores od linen and rammer druses to their It Is the only stareh natural whltcnras and Imparts a beautiful and lasting finish manufactured that Is perfectly harmless containing neither arsenlCjalum or any other substance injurious to linen and can bo used eren for a baby powder For sale by all wholesale and retail grocers Mariindale Poultry Yaids EGGS FOR SALE I have lj j arils of the following breeds Buff IlocVs I C I Games Light Cochins 11 Urahmai Illk Langshans Hilt Minorcas S S llambura S C D Leghorns Bggs from any of theaboieforfl jo for tS Imperial Pclcln duck eegs same Imp Ilronze Turkey eggs J400 per doicn Kggs shipped anywhere safe ly and none 1 ill real fresh eggs shipped A My etock la ordera Ailed aa aovn as received a s good as money can buy Address r LOUISVILLE Mtt9ttHft3MflHpttJ9U MR9MKMAUTIN Ilox 33 Greenville Ky Market Choice country Elgin Creamery EOG8 Reports HOTTER b1 0ft J 4fSftea jiiiu -- SS E0 KATta ZV Pen Tr rjAV r 0v antr llj located m th cltg 12 1C17 POULTRY 18J 9 Fresh Hens per lb Spring chickens per lb Ducks younpDer lb Turkeys live beese per dozen COTTON JsTv 200a3 00 6 A 07 o i JOHNSON ir Good middling vV loinsvii t p Ky str Middling No ao la 30a n a 35am Holt Cloverport Shopi Salllman Hawesville Petrie Halcon I ewlsport Waltman 1007 10 02 9 69 9 45 9 40 518 615 Ar St No 6 813am 640pm 8 40pm No 9 830pm 44 713am 33am m PELLVILLE FIELD SEED 927 917 903 9 09 8 64 8 47 8 38 5 03 6 00 4 49 4 40 4 33 4m IB I Smt V 9 05 I i iS IK IK SSI M 9 32 925 9 47pm 9 54urr 1224 010pm 1240n 12 17 939 1146pm 1151 1165 12 02 1209 1185am Mattinely Griffith Stanley Worthington Heads Spottsvllle I l Owensboro loweri Iates 428 419 413 4 827 818 8 07 8 02 01 758 7 62 7 45 7 38 17 31 3 44 3 33 3 29 363 326 313 Everybody planting tobacco m Finest crop of wheat ever known here except Sunday Trains Nos 16 ao and 44 have elegant day coachea Dell Hunter went Oweneboro Thurs- Â¬ Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis TKAINS AKHIVE day From East 7 15 am 1115 noon 640 pm Miss Ida Dennett of Utica is visiting 13 35 am 3 aoa m From West 7 aca m la 15 p m 6 40 p m here City Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and Sam Bruuer went to Sorghotown last Main atrceta Depot Seventh and river connecting North Vernon accomodation leavra at 7 15 a daily Charlestown accommodation leaves at 3 30 p 3 20 3 07 Bauett l Wn1l MSnnl 301 2 46pm Traina Nos v and 4a make connection at Ir vlngtou daily xrept Sunday with trains to and from llanlinbunr and Kordsville Branch Only line tinning Parlor Cars between Louis 111 it nnni IIEIIUCIUIIi st i UIIVW IIIIV 11 VIIIV 7u SUIT ii J wc uid Kait to the Nor lor further information call on or ad iress Agents or II C MOIIDUK A O P A Louisville Ky For detail Information regarding rates time on linea sleeping parlor dining cara etc 11 S I1HOWN address O S W Ry District Pass Ticket Agent II 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHESSflROUGII General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio G II WAIIHHL Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio week I Henderson Route Louimll Headerson SI Louis IVy Co Time Card In Effeot June 20 97 East Hound Lv St Louis No 4a No 44 No 46 MSB BEST TRAINS Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast 11 M hvansville Henderson Spottiville Owensboro Hawesville Cloverport Stephensport Ilrandenburg ArrLouisvllle West Hound Lv Louisville Ilrandenburg Iry ington Stephensport Cloverport Hawesville Owensboro Spotlsville Henderson Kvansville Louis Imngton 653am 715 738 818 3 44 4 40 911 6 45 503 1007 622 1045 603 1112 621 1235pm No 7 45 7 66am 865pm 2 20pm 2 45am 310 2 40 8 7 328 400 460 610 625 667 617 7 30 4l No 4 43 No 45 7 30am 9 15 9 61 1011 10 35 1135 12 1 60pm 43 20 39 04 861 6 7 7 8 6W 8 23 pm 9 3a 962 10 21 12i7m 40 16 96 9 47 1010 10 11 1038 1068 1148 12 23a m 12 8 Utah Washington Omaha Arr St 40 732 116 720 St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA A I traina run through Solid to Kyansvllle Through parlor cars ami Pullman sleepers on all trains oetwein S Luis Kvan ville anil Louis- Â¬ ville Numbers ii and 42 connect t Irvineton lor Kordsville and llardinshurg daily except Sunday II C MOItDUE A G 1 A Louisville Ky r m- - St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRAINS SLEEPERS DIKING GARS CHAIR CARS 8FERAETES Safety Comfort Louisville and Mall knsvill Ilatwaen RUQO TRAV PASSR AQCNTBT LOUU MO HOWARO CLLIOTT OINL MOR 8T LOUIS MO L W WAKELCY OtNL PASSH AOT ST LOUIS MO F M - L II St L Ry FofdsYllle Branch TIME TABLE No 10 TAKING Dally I Dally ex Sun ex Sun No 6 Nol EFFECT West Uound Traina MAY 30 1807 Kast Hound Train I Daily I Dally ex Sun exSur No a No Lv IrvlngtonAr 9o0irn Garfield 100 7 42 Hamed 11060am function 7i7 Hardlnsburg 727 STATIONS aT M8o Jl M M M arlallsftougblv Kock vale Junction KIk Jolly Glendoane Dempster Dempster Kntb Aaklm Mitchell 7 17 TCI 0 8 6 6 60 30 SO 0ft H 0t J6 4ft 44 M I 0k SS8 6 8 63 6M a ArKwsvilloIv Sfiftta Prime white goose por Hi Tne salary of a superintendent iu any Good whitHold goose per lb Louisville town usually runs as high as and iu Dark and mixed old per lb BTEAMKK3 HOOT many cases considerably higher than tho income of the better lawyers or doctors PenecaSnako B G KAGON Pink of the same town Tho wolfare of Yellow V M RytD Master W A Bishop Porter American life would be greatly promoted Wild Ginger fibre off TAKASCON by men entering the work of education- Â¬ Wild Ginger fibre on Lady Slipper D I Penny Master L T Conner Parser al supervision t May Apple TELL CITY A al Catarrh Cure MISCELLANEOUS It H Ballard Master W B Nawball Parser The 10 cent trial size of Elys Cream Tallow per lb Pr me beeswax per lb Balm which can be had of the druggist Prime ginseng per UT D STAGGS is sulliclent to demonstrate its great mer- unm appies per id Dally except Saturday between Louisville it Send 10 cents we will mail it Full Dried peaches halves per lb and Hew Amsterdam FUR3 bIzo 60 cents Freight shipped by this line delivered quick Â¬ It Is The leit Oh Earth ELY BROS 60 Warren St V YOity Black skunk No 1 cased er than by rail Short stripe skunk That is what Edwards Parker mer Â¬ Catarrh caused difficulty in speaking Long stripe skunk Traveler will find the steamers are unsur Â¬ chants of Plains Ga Bays of Chamber Â¬ and to a great extent loss of hearing White skunk passed in equipment and accommodations nlftsftft Pain Balm for rheumatism lame The bell culinary are employed si cooks and lains By the use of Elys Cream Balm drop Â¬ Raccoon No 1 large back deep seated and muscular pains Mink No 1 large cased be menu II equal to that of the belt hotels ping of mucus haa ceased voice ami Grey fox No 1 Sold by A R Fisher Cloverport It A large cased yOsneral oBoea 17 aid ITS 4tk Atu hearing have greatly improved J W Red fox No 1 largeeasad j Hhelltnan Htphrnsport LobIstIIU Davidson Atty at Law Monmouth III Muakrat No 1 lariw castxl w yr mis pknnt d Onrsunm Nn 1 luru fuu1 J flapt Pre A bath with Cosmo Buttermilk Wild cat No 1 large eased v O V Wiluaus T P A imjT iwueu Soap exquisitely scanted is soothing asd o 1 large oased savafy tUt HkVtt Hl Ifaavjeej Owaasbore Ky boBEflelal Sold every whew Beaver Xo 1 large eased Packet Line Lint Fast and Evansville P Prospects are good for a large crop of blackberries Sheriff Stephens of Hawesville was here lost week V M Moseloy spent the day at Floral Monday of last week Adams Ilawes took the F O degree in Masonry here Saturday Com has come up well here notwith- Â¬ standing the wet cold weather I rank Jelbovilz ot Lewisport was here several days last week trading Mrs Thomas Jett who has been sick so long is not able to go about yet The youug folks had n nice soiree at Hillary Bruuers last Monday night Druryand Clay Moseley are troubled about where to raise a crop this year II D Brown the bee man is having fine luck with his swarms tint spring Lewis Petrie and family of Daviess county visited Solomon Obluchains family Sunday Y L Mosley of Gleuvlllle and O D of Owensboro visited their Moseley brother Mort Moseley here recently From appearances there is something sensational in the wind here Officers aro not laying around town for fun Herbert Bennett who has been keep ing batch in town sold liia effects lost week and went on a visit to Hanson Hupkins county William Newman Jeff Harrison Frank Parrott Herbert Udiinft John Long and Guy Templn expect to mil jet in Dave Murrays company They have already signed a paper to that effect We exhibited tho mammoth issue ot the Nkws to some hdre who are not tub Ecribors and they were astonished They Boomed to think that ouUlde of tho largest cities such a thing could not be gotten up The good old honest farmers hre have settled down to work satisfied that Mckinley and the government will get along with the war all right They reatj the papers and lay them down with a few grunts as much as to say if we are needed call on us Timothy per bushel Clover per bushel Mr James Rowland of this village Crimson clover per bushel states that for twenty fiye years bis wife Red Top per bushel lias been a sufferer from rheumatism Orchard Grata per bushel A few nights ego she was in such pain Bluegrass fancy per bushel that she was nearly crasy She sent Mr Timothy NoHAY DRAIN FEED 1 Rowland for the doctor but ho had road Timothy No 2 of Chamberlains Pain Balm and instead Good bright straw of going for tho physician he went to the CORN store and secured a bottle of It His No 2 Mixed at store wife did not approve of Mr Rowlands No 2 White OATS purchase at first but nevertheless ap- Â¬ No 1 White plied the Balm thoroughly and in on No 3 White hours timo was able to go to sleep She No 2 mixed Oats now applies it whenever she feels an No 3 mixed Oats WHEAT ache or pain and finds that it always gives relief He says that no medicine No 2 Long Berry no Jted which she had used ever did her as No 3 much good The 25 and CO cent sizes for RYE solo by A R Fisher Cloverport R A No2 Western Shellman Stephensport FLOUR High Grade Patent Straight Patent TherNeweat trotessioii Low Grades lrom Leallea AVeckly 3 10a3 20 2 60 45 1 136 ROCKPORT 15al20 85 SAW WORKS i ROCKPORT IND Fino I HMH1 iilllajwB4m4eaB08effBH I I ll 1150aI250 1060all60 4 OOaS 00 39 40 Ahay Ahead For Saw Repairing Not One Complaint in Past Year of Our Work Tlie many lottora of high praise of out work is evidence that we are ahead of 30 others Hammering large circular saws 35 is our specialty and Baws that others 34 33J have failed on If you want satisfaction on work and prices we guarantee it 1 14 1 1 Address 14 12 Rockport Saw Works Rockport Intl 80 0 60a0 75 6 25 4 504 75 A Dutschke BUCKNER 313310 INCOKrORATBDI Son CO The professions are overcrowded Ev- Â¬ en the mlnisteis seem to be suffering from a congestion of candidates as it has usually suffered from a lack In this general overcrowding it should be borne in mind that there Is a profession in which well trained men can fittingly enter It is the work of supervision in our public schools Supervisors and super intendents and directors of ability and of training are in constant demand The American publlo school system is suffering more from a lack of proper wisdom in its administration than from any other cause This system isgradually im- Â¬ proving This improvement lias result Â¬ ed from a better supervision hut still further improvement should also bo made in the supervising forces the position of superintendents in towns of 10000 and larger population represents an opportunity of giving directiou to the beBt forces of the communinty ol inspir- Â¬ ing tfachers and of training boys and girls for noble citizenship The position too Is one having u proper pecuniary reÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ MISCELLANEOUS Salt N O 7 bu bul Molasses Sorghum Sugar gran per cwt Lime per bbl Cement per bbl POTATOES 6 44a6 60 fcO 8038 2830 1 10 TOBMCO WAREHOUSE 210220 Tenth Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Chapel Street Dot AInIn nnd Market nnd 7080 200a225 Irish per barrel new Sweet per barrel ONIONS Special Attention Four Months Storage Free 125 1 2S Given to Private cB Sales- - Perbushel new BACON Mark your hogsheads Independent Warehouse BUCKNER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Shoulders Clear rib sides Clear sides Sugar cured hams Lard in tierces No No No No No 60 No 2 green salted per lb gren salted per lb 1 dry flint per lb 2 dry flint per lb 1 dry salted per lb 2 dry salted par lb 1 WOOL HIDES ii 50 0J9 1717J 15I51 0 o H C BRUNER SON V mm Commlsslou Merchant Telephone 9 81l 15 13 20 The oldest and best produce house in Louisville Prompt to remit and return empties We solicit tho shipments of all country Merchants Shtpp Unwashed ner lb Burry black and t otted Good tub washed pir lb Rldns 327 Second Street LOUISVILLE KY Lnmliskiii8 FEATIIEHS 1410 303l 2550 2035 wilLaro hotel W S MILLER ward 33S3J 2830 1220 Jr Mgr aaaiBaiBaVaVS tOTe- 2022 0305 05 3104 24324 2 ao 05 is Rates200 Best House and in 250 - aiaBiaBiaBiaBiaBiaBiaBiaBiaBH Louisville f4 YOUR FORTUNE appears 33 33I 402 70 Â¬ 30H0 - C070 JO That or Cutiirrh mi brlla n uvvful odorIn Ilnv Wonrfnl IS wall 20J3 7600 6S065 XWUJ15 llOW30 i l r IVOiIillVO rhpr aoi5 7S0 wmmm s P lXnbf 4KBI wSso aa lUd BIIHSHWitrin saH fr Hk HMSI SnZ ii w fc r - opium SDK catcd at hoMwSV out Mia Boo It o A- - vcuitniMtr kfWfMir irv V a V1 m ve vrtMc ri i 400a 00 im tio 300600 CALDWKLLS INDIOKSTION II n P t mmmMUM - accaaaiaso them without wearing them out It Is Ssyourhair Sreen Ms erfy another wy of Asking Is yoar fulr growing For green mens growing You an MAKE fulr grow by using the womans friend Costa 5 cents a package at Gregory A Gibsons Why Injure the eyes trying to read tl o war news without glasse b or with glarsi s that arc lint suited to your eyts go to Short A Haynes They can fit your eyes perfectly James Pace Jr of this city partici pated In the race for tho gentlemens rldlug enp at Churchill Downs last Fri day Tho men was a fut otto and had Bomo crack enlrits Messra Ell Gregory and M P Mat tlngly Jr have written Mr David Murtav at Oloverport anklngsfor instructions to enlist In his regiment Owensboro Messenger The Childrens Day exercises to be held at the Methodist church Sunday will be very Interesting An elaborate program is being prepared and a large attendance will be present The lively condition of business on the branch road is nuking bat a splen Â¬ did piece of property Last week 114 loaded cars wero hauled over It and they represented tho shipment of freight ofl the branch Hot weather brings about appreciation of ice cold soda water especially when it is deliciously fltvored with the choicest of extracts and served at a clean hand Â¬ some fountain Everybody is invited to get their soft drinks at the City Bakery Mr Jule G Brashear bridge superin- Â¬ tendent of the Henderson Route when approached by a Nkwb reporter as For to the condition of the road said traveling and transportation of heavy freight the road bed could not be in a better fix Never has the demand for ribbons been bo great and possibly your local milliner has never shown such a varied line as wo are displaying Now the op- Â¬ portunity confronts you to get the exact tiling at an astonishingly low price Miss Judith Miller Should it be such that a visit to town this season would be impossible and you are greatly in need of a hat Then the thing tq do send a description of the hat you like and we guarantee the assurance of pleasing you in dvory particular Miss Judith Miller There Is being erected at Bassett Station on the Henderson Route un Â¬ der tho direction of bridge superintendent J G Brshear a coal tipple on This White patent the Williams device is used for coaling engines and consists of eight bins and each bin holds ten tons of coal The crowning Joy of a handsome wom Â¬ an Is a pretty bat or bonnet As all the women in Oloverport are handsome and all the hats and bonnets kept in stock by Mrs H V Duncan are pretty there is no reason why every individual member of the fair sex here should not enjoy tho Mrs Duncan is selling crowning joy all goods at bed rock prices Local horticulturalista and small fruit growers are beginning to ship strawber- Â¬ ries to the city markets The fruit will not be as plentiful this year as usual owing to the late frost The apple and pt ach crop are unusually small but the the cherry crop will bo tho largest and best in years The outlook is that vin- Â¬ egar cider and apple and peach brandy will advance In price this year One of the btst opportunities you ever had to own a set of either single or double harness is at the present time While you are aware of the tremendous advance in leather yet the advance has not affected my priceB Will Bell you a single set at 5 to 10 double Bet from In purchasing these 13 and upwards goods you get something durable and handmade Frank Haswell While most every article pertaining to your wearing apparel has advanced one would naturally suppose that tho same would hold good to millinery There has been a decided advance but I desire to give my customers every advantage bo my price will not be increased I haye just received something entirely new in sailors hats and bonnets and wish you to inspect them Miss Judith Miller Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AN HOURS FLATTERING COMPLIMENTS SkSiAWVfiL9 ENJOYMENT Can be Had in the Perusal The Stnto Press is practically unanimous in its praises of tho News recent ppecial edition Tho following aro some of tho notices model Counlrr newspaper ol Thanks Brother t The BiitfCKKNHiiNia Nkws of May Ith was a sixteen page Illustrated edition and was In every respect The Breckenridge county man who falls to subscribe for pay for and read the the Nkws Is derelict in his duty Madison te This Sprightly Column Which Rellioli the News of Brandenburg and the Views of one of lis Brighter Minds Mrs jfyirs Jfctir Vtyor Breckenridge News WBKN8IA Y villa Hustler A The BntCKKNRiiKiK News of last week published a Bpeclal Illustrated edition that was a very creditable piece of news Â¬ paper work The News Is a model country newspaper a credit to the town and county in which it Is published Rock port Journal Â¬ MAY 18 1898 M Local Brevities t Measles liavo Btiuck tho city Ico cream and eoda water City Bak Â¬ ery We fit glasses to suit the eye Short Haynes Prices have been cut close to remnants Suiters Fishing parties get your lunches from City Bakery Always the newest things Mies Judith Miller Fresh bread delivered daily by the City Bakery Prayer meeting Wednesday night at the Baptist church Prayer meeting Thursday night at the Elm St M EchuurS Walking made easy- - y a pair of our tan shoes Haiti d8 for your Light weight sunimof Inspection Suiters V We frame your pictures neat and in the very latest Sutzers Freshest and fairest dress goods t worn out prices Sulzers If you need a pair of lace curtains you want to come to us Sulzera There is some probability of Clover port having a steam laundry A shoe for every foot a price for every pocket book Sulzers When you want good extract of lemon or vanilla go to Short Hoynes Wear a Tally Ho sailor and youll be strictly in it Miss Judith Miller Our shoe department is now on a war footing we can fit your feet Suzers This year dimities from Over the sea are charming and captivating Sulzers The most palatable and frostiest candles are obtainable from the City Bakery Window shades to suit your pnrse and good ones that will shade your windows Sulzers Delicious sweet pickles tho choicest in the market can be had at Gregory Gibsons Cover your head with something that will do it credit how about a straw bat - Sulers SulzerH - A dollar turned into our carpet cur- Â¬ rency is worth 125 tuMied In elsewhere PS Ki y v Wpr Why buy cheap imitations when you can get genuine extracts for the same money at Short Haynes Tho showers and fair growing weather of this week have made the fields and meadows look unusually green Pictures are the most potent factors in the education of the classes fill your walls with them Suzers The steamer City of Oloverport towed a house boat to Tell City Saturday It made a quick and successful trip Bombard your windows with our houami quick work a window a mi- Â¬ nutetry a nickels worth Sulzers Miss Florence Cottrell is the happy possessor of a new bike and with more practice will make a graceful rider Ribbons and organdies go hand in band this season and you cant find a better selection than at our store Su- Â¬ STEPHENSPORT lzers will t You look better in a hat that Godfrey Haswell Hardlnsburg was in come you thau one that does not then town Sunday is greatest come where the selection Brown McCubblns Oloverport came Sulzers Staderand Bholer commenced Mon- Â¬ up Saturday to eee his parents Mrs Chaa Watllngton and son have day to moye the Iron bridge from this station to Mt Plsgah where it is to be returned from a visit to Evansville erected Bro Metcalf preached two good ser Â¬ in the past two mons at the M E church Sunday A Heron has been weeks receiving a lot of logs He will Mrs Lee Dowell who Is visiting in be prepared to keep his mill running Morgantown will return home this week constantly soon Mrs M Blain is in Louisville purchas- Â¬ Dr S T Hambleton one of Clover ing more millnery She will return ports greatest fisherman has achieved Tueday the honor of catching the first pike Mrs Will Lennin and children of out of Clover creek Hardlnsburg are visiting Mrs R A The Childrens Day exercises at the Smith Methodist church at Patesvllle last Sun Â¬ Misa MabelMoorman of Yelvlngton day were of a very pleasant nature and was the guest of Mrs A Crawford last Just remember that all your and were highly enjoyd week ntvonrrfVl Ttlllflt VIT1B tVOTO VOUT J he farmers are making extensive The war news has put a quietus on 1 food Sid you ever think of fenarationfl for a big tobacco crop The the currency question for a while for I that Perhaps your muscles seed acreage planted has been almost double which most people are thankful or I more strengthyouryour nerveslat recent years that of stomeh At the rate flour is selling now it looks I or perhaps lugoou weaic ana The Cincinnati Cooperage Company as If your Hardlnsburg correspondent wa at shipped last week a consignment of wont have to eat the corn pone alone If you need mora strength twenty cars of staves to Cincinnati over then taica Rev E N Metcalfe ol Rhoda Ky the Henderson Route our former pastor arrived last week to About twenty per cent of the tobacco visit his family at the parsonage We prop of this county has been pianteu aro truly glad to have Bro Metcalfe with Wheat is trowing rapidly and the farm hi again era ought to be happy Our town Is expecting Its regular HHtre of Cod liver Ml with In the worry ol hous cleaning ym ber of visitors in a few weeks All we 1 phosphite TheeUlaH tMWK something dont are vexed and need need is a large airy hotel to make tkla easily changed of all feodaiUa waste time looking for It come to us one of the stoat attractive and restful I strength and tita 1 nniiAB m and you will find It Suzers the Ohio Ko say the summer resorts on tanlA far tk nawrea Yo who come to towH and do not traveling public Cant some one who goon BXUIi feel abk to go to the hotel for dinner has the mosey baild the house Mr and 8IOX la the aaataat and qulokeet aura for eall at ttta City Bakery whew a good Mis Smith will ran It weak throats fer lHRch can 1m had at little cost aoufha of avaryMad 8H Portraits Prttty wgasdies actual picture oa ami far all aaaea af da bUMr weak erras I will remain la Olemjwt for a short puna HVy swlln fhwers ami leaves aadteaa of flask while awl will Paint Pertralta at very which sewn te have Wow o the Sh ra bUhl aiOM dUMShH low prises faea amiMMKlHdwl to U OwMfctt Kw Yrt SOWN SCOTT J A UftLDWU powiUr It atoa lioMcro la a j oW drag 4we IM Ill Ow rubble of Wb a ing her son Jell Mr John Hart visited his sister Mrs L o I lagan last Sunday Mrs W H Gough has returned from Owensboro and Evarsville Mib B A Young 1b here to see Mrs Frakes and Mrs Blanche Fontaine J T Ditto dont speak as we pass by all the same he doesnt deny assertions Dr Lou Morcmanand wife of Irving ton spent Sunday with relatives here Mis Win M Ditto was too much in Â¬ disposed to attend the Popular Con- Â¬ cert Mrs S C Malln of Owensboro is visiting her daughter Mrs Geo Wor laud Mr A A Wright a highly respected place died last week of citizen of Brlgbts disease Miss Maydee Pusey has returned home MIbs Ilia Richardson is sick but will cdme later Misses Lena Nevitt and Jimmle Lee Woolfolk remained iu Louisville for a visit to Mrs Greenups We all wore exquisite flowers to the Popular Concert thanks to Mrs Ella Ditto of Long Branch Will Grlnnell is on the sick list He will go to Mr Thos II Dittos for a week or two to build up Buy your tickets for the Sam Jones lecture here on July 2nd Saturday night for the Lucile Home Mrs George Frymire Is spending a few days with her parents Mr and Mrs J F Woolfolk Meade Springs Miss Mamie Hardin of lower Meade will furnish the reception room of the Lucilo Home All honor to her I Mr R H Nevitt and Dr Hardin were anxious to join our Festival party as musical critics but the whole team entered a protes There will be an ice cream and straw Â¬ berry supper at West Point the 28th of this month for the benefit of the churches I notice the Courier Journal and Times copied my Cheer Boys Cheer item and through Miss Ellen Hendrick I have the clippings Mis P G Young is studying music to teach and will go to New York City to be with her friend Mrs Dressing and to continue her course combined with vocal music D W Falrlelgh was in the Quaker City last week however a Philadelphia lawyer is no moro up to date than our onco Meade county attorney now of Louisville The Rev 0 W Hesson will fill Dr Brigga1 pulpit in Owensboro the fifth Sunday in this month 8ettles Chapel Bro Hesson has many friends there for the Lucile Home I had the pleasure of meeting Ed Goodnight of Illustrated Nkws renown in Louisville also Miss Sterett of Hawesville Piaindealer we were kind Â¬ red spirits and enjoyed a newspaper chat Rob Malln our Brandenburg boy now of Owensboro is second lieutenant in company II from that city will march Rob is a fine away to fight the Dona fellow and will do valiant service Im sure We regret to hear of the death of Mlas Lucy Robinson sister of Mrs S 0 Malln She was well and kindly known here and was an entirely lovely conse- Â¬ crated Christian Her example was one we can all follow Mrs Frank Atwell Bruce died in Louisville last weok and her remains brought here for Interment in the old Aiwell graveyard below town She was a sister of Hayden Atwell and la remem- Â¬ bered by all the old Inhabitants of this county Mrs D W Falrlelgh Mrs J D Bab bage Misses Addie G Ditto Maydee Pusey Irma Gordon Cora Neafus Mrs Greenup and daughter Mrs Evans nee Mamie Washington and a number of lr DHIo of Louisville Is visit Â¬ Splendid Paper 1 AHrtiHIi edition of the Breckeh riixieNkws was a good one It was handsomely illustrated and was well edited All In all It was a beaut and Mr Babbage and those connected with It deserve credit La Rue County Her- Â¬ ald Tito ilomeseekera edition of the Brkckknmdok Nkws reached our ex Â¬ change table this week It is a magnifi- Â¬ cent paper amply illustrated and filled with interesting data touching Brecken rldgo county Oloverport and Hardlns burg Bro Babbage Is to be congratulated Hopkinsvllle Kentucklan Â¬ he boom VICTOH1T you life out in house cleaning when wo can help you Let us proclaim in every house Scrub no more dont wear your victory over dirt awaits BON -- AM I A window a minute glass shino Credit Cloverport leaves a clear bright polish that makes tho One of the handsomest illustrated in- Â¬ dustrial editions over issued by a coun- Â¬ The BiitccKKNRtDOB Nkws issued a try publication in Kentucky was that of handsome boom edition last weok which the old reliable BmccKKNnirxiK Nkws last reflects great credit to the town as well week It was a credit to Its editors its as the paper The Nkws is publishers and the town of Cloverport Â¬ and one of the best local papers pub Louisville Post lished in our sifter slaK Tell City Journal Excellent Edition S A POLIO ments Will brighten up your tinware brass and all kinds of metal orna- Â¬ STAININE Makes old furniture new again an old pine box can be turned Into a rich walnut ash or cherry color Apply It just as you would paint-- tis Tho Breckenridoe News issued a The illustrated edition of tho Brkck handsome illustrated edition last week knridok News of lact week was a very devoted to Cloverport and other points pretty piece of workmanship and its pro- in Breckenridge county It was well jectors are to be complimented upon its gotten up and shows a spirit of enter- Â¬ elegant half tone pictures typographi- Â¬ prise among the patrons as well as the cal perfection and splendid description News Grayson Gazette of men and their business Cannolton Telephone flagnlflcent Paper Â¬ Trpliogrnptilcnl IerfccHon flplrltof Enterprise VARNISH We have an excellent grade of furniture varnish to retail in quanti- Â¬ ties to suit you no better made not the cheap kind but the kind you can use without fear of ruining your furniture BLACK GRATE VARNISH Apply it to the grate or any iron work as you would any paint and the result is a pretty jet black color leave a gloss ot jet black brighneps X j 1 X Very Creditable The BiiECKENitnxtE News issued a Homeseekors edition last week which did much credit to that excellent sheet Mr Babbage is an enterprising newspa per man and the people of Breckenridge county should show their appreciation for his enterprise by loyally supporting his paper Hart County News Tho Ilomeseekera Edition of the Â¬ Breckenridoe News which was gotten out by that paper last week was certainly a mpgnlficent paper and ono that reflects great credit both to its publisher and the people of Breckenridge county The editors and compilers of the edition WE SELL EVERYTHING You need In house cleaning Baled straw for the carpets window glass all sizes long handled brooms good strong stepladders Came to us for supplies are to be Telegram congratulated Uniontown Alieautjr The Brkckenridoe News appeared last week with a write up of all the re Â¬ a handsome interesting and newsy paper was much more handsome in gions round about and was a beauty teresting and newsy last week than Hawesville Piaindealer usual The occasion was an illustrated edition like that issued by The Sun in The Breckenridqb News of May 4th December last Mr Ed Goodnight who was a sixteen page illustrated paper and has done similar work at Uniontown in eveiy compiled the illustrated part Morgan well printed and field Sun particular Earllngton Beo Â¬ At All Times Handsome The Brkckknbidob News at all times SULZERS mwvHVSSlW hours with his brother Mr Augustus Gibson of this city Dr F MSmith went to Louisville Sundsy He went to see his wife who Is there under treat- Â¬ ment for her eyes He said she Is rapidly improv- Â¬ ing and would return home about Sunday Mrs II C Iettlbone of Chicago Ills and Miss Evelyn Van Alstine of Evanston III who have been visiting Mr and Mrs David Van Alstine for two weeks returned Monday to their respective homes wwvm 9 liable to break forth in open eruption at the next session of our grand jury The second Sunday in June has been selected for Childrens Day here The program is now being practiced by those who will participate The exercises will last but a half day P E Parker Sharon Wis writes I have tried De Witts Witch Hazal Salve for itching piles and it always stops them in two minutes I consider De Witts Witch Hazel Salve the greatest pile cure on tho market Short Haynes A Fine Road Mayor Barry E C Babbage and Ed Goodnight took a trip over the survey of the proposed Tar Springs road Friday The road if constructed according to the survey as far as Pisgah church to there intersect with the Hardlnsburg and Owensboro road wll make one of the most beautiful driveways in tho United States The road will be proctlally level will open up a fine territory will develop the best health resort in Chris Â¬ tendom and will form a perfect panora- Â¬ ma of scenic be tuty Steps will be tak- Â¬ en to forward the project at once young gentlemen came down to the boat to Beo our party oil Some danced oyer to New Albany and had a gala time Mr James Falrlelgh has gone to Owenjjboro joined his wife and they will make their home with their daugh- Â¬ ter Mrs Chepeze Watben Mr Falrlelgh presented Bro Hesson with fifty volumes of valuable tbelogical works principally We iiave lost an excellent member of society a true Christian gentlemau PERSONAL MENTION Mlu Amelia Stwjer went to Holt Monday Henry Dick of Addison vlutor to the city Sunday Mrs P FraUe attended the feitivitiei at Louli vllle Uat week Bob Woods of Looiirille attended court at liar diniburj Monday Station Agent C S Board called on friendj at Iivington Sunday Gil Koth of Indianapolis was In the city Sunday Tithing friends Mist Essie Iloulllnghouie of Cannelton was in the city Saturday Mrs Thomas Thuntun county was In the city Friday shopping MraJH Payne Toblnsport was in the city shopping last week Mrs George NeiT and children of Guston went to Frankfort Wednesday Mrs Herbert Cockiel Toblnsport was in the city shopping Saturday Mrs Da J Id Van Alstine has returned home from a weeks visit at Louisville Freight Agent L D McCubbins visited his par- Â¬ ents at Strphenaport Sunday Mr M niain of Stephensport was in town yes Â¬ terday a very busy man as usual John Cook and wife of Custer attended the races at Louisville Wednesday Mr lame Moorman of Glendaane spent Friday with hi brother Dr J L Moormaa Thomas Leaf one of Toblnsporta progressive farmers visited this city Saturday Isadore Iopham an exceptionally bright boy has accepted a position with the Fair Mr 11 C Cert the clever manager of thn Fair was a visitor to Cannelton Sunday Mr Milton Tate of Kirk an fanner In that lection was in the city last week Mr anil Mrs George Bentley ofHawesvllle pent Sunday with Mr and Mrs F H DHuy Mrs Alfred Oelie after a sege of illness has al Â¬ most lully regained her health and Is now able to go about Era Barney Squires and her niece Miss Lulu Dejarnette of New ltethel were In town ycrterday shopping Mrs Dr R L Newaom and Mils Lela Henley were attendants at the May Music Festival at Louisville Mrs wa JH Blythe who recently purchased the old Johnson farm has made such wonderfHl changes in the place that those who knew It in the past can hardly recognise it This shows whst close ap- Â¬ plication to business will do Mrs Mary Garrett of Alexis HI was called to the bedside of her brother ex postmaster Joe Con of Hardlnsbuig by his critical condition She was met In this city Sunday by Amos Board of Har- Â¬ dlnsburg who escoited her to thatplace It ia doubtful if Mr Cox survives the week 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 brochitis pneumonia lagrippe and all throat and lung troubles Short Haynes I note Prestons newsy racy patriotlo letter in Messengetl I wish she would write regularly for both papers Is the matter with Irvington What I was Arc You Easily Tired t euut m t SCOTTS EMULSION l tbalXt disappointed not to see an account of Weaver wedding the Washington Rhea is a fine girl descends from illus- Â¬ trious families and we wish her a calm fair voyage No 1 am not with the Courier Jour Â¬ nal or New York Post I Yes I I want the United States to take and keep all the Islands she can if this nation thinks she can manage them Why should we not acquire possessions as well as England Let us have a larger and more powerful navy and greater armed force but I dont want greater taxation I forgot about that The Brandenburg Normal picnic was a most pleasant affair In every particular Mr Burton Mr Hardesty and Mona Price had spared no pains to make it a success Our enterprising business mon aided by offering premiums to the pret- Â¬ tiest girl on the ground the prettiest baby the oldest man and tho girl from Miss elsewhere for the best recitation Maydee Pusey captured the first prize a years subscription to the Meade Mes- Â¬ senger Mr and Mrs Henry Malins baby the next a cap from D S Richard Â¬ sons of Arcade Harrison Cain got a hat from Yeakel Co A little daugh Â¬ ter of Mr and Mrs Gui Dowell a para- Â¬ sol from T Simmons for the best recita- Â¬ tion Drills May pole songs and music completed a happy day Our trip to the May Music Festival How Why it was simply enchanting could it have been otherwise with twenty odd young ladies and girls hand Â¬ some chivalrous beauxa band of music Oapt Ballard and his corps of accomo Â¬ The Popular Concert dating officers of Wednesday afternoon at the Auditori- Â¬ um surpassed our most aruVnt expecta- Â¬ tions The manager the chorus with Mr Shackleton as promoter tho city of Louisville are all to be congratulated and they deserve Ixquets and bon bons galore The audience itself was a dream ol fair women the artists world renown- Â¬ We went ed could not ask for more Here from this little city set on hills they are Misses Jen Hardio Eva aod Charlotte Herndon Hallton Tyler Lll and Virgil Rhodes Annie Boodu rant Mabel Hardin Mabel BlnjjHPMj Florine Anderson Beulah Fontaine Lena Nevitt Jennie L Woolfolk Fan ale Phillips Mande Reesor Mary Tay- Â¬ lor Wathena Hamilton Ella B Hend- Â¬ rick Salle Burcb Mrs Jimmle Ditto Mesws Otter Reor Henry Nevitt Junius Shacklett Charleston and Iaw -bob Ditto P I Yates Jeeee Smith Meremao Masale and 1 WEBSTER Corn is coming up well The war topic is more popular than base ball Crawford OASTORIA insMnuioi Hate Always Bought Pate is etill laid up with weeks visit with the family of lit v of Louisville BABaldwin has returned home from a S G Shelby Wkan Waak Waary tr wtS From KMaey diseases why not try Fo Â¬ leys Kidney Cure a guaranteed else A X Flehar Glavarpett It A Bbsllwan Btephsasport Goedefl Hay Bas rateavlUa S A Witt Uwdiw burg aa Waited Commonwealths Attorney Cbelf passed through the city from Hardlnsburg Saturday en route to Bliatbethtown Mrs C W Fletcher left last week for Souther and Sta Shu will be gone aeveral weeka visit ng rrlatlves and friends Dr A A Simons after attending the series of concerts at the May Music Festival at Louisville returned hofne Saturday George B Snyder one of the most valuable barge men In the employ of the Cooperage Company is loading a Wrge hire ihls week Mr and MrsThoi V Robertson of Iluechels Ky leached thla city Friday They remained un Â¬ til Monday the guesta of relatives Bill 1endlcton of Union Star Ky waa In town three day last week feeling good and trying to sell shingle Telephone CaptJ J llennen one of the best known steamboatmen In this section came up from Green River Sonday and visited friends In this city l C Mitchell one of the most successful joung teacher In New Albany la visiting his lather M W MlchfU proprietor of lb Mitchell hotel Mr Charlie Fitchbrd of Lexington Miss cam last Wednesday to visit her Istcr Mrs N DHuy Mr Pitchford will be their guest for several weeks The kllowing formed a party and took the boat Sunday morning lor Cannelton t Misses Florence lewis Alice Seaton Miisrs Fslfx Elder and Austin Pophaas Rev V tlRutledge who is attending lecture at the New York Hall In Louisville cams down Sat Â¬ urday tight and delivered two excellent sermons to hh congregation Sunday Moormaa Wlllia who has been staying In Glen dean lor two or thiee months has returned to the city II has accepted a position with the llcstoo WMIs Company W J DeaaeJr ofGlendeaae was la the city SJey Mr Dean watt that the tie and lumber foUMU unusually extensive Mil J ear and rt fwet large shipments over the branch Mr John Gifesoa came to tU city Sunday trom Patesvill caroute to hi home la Webster Mr Orbaon bs ailamej the reputation of being an dt He tfwtt a few m T vry sciatica Prosperity preferably marches over good roads Rev J BrearGarfleldattended church here Sunday John Lyddan received a new McCor mack binder last week Bro Hesson of Brandenburg preach- Â¬ ed here Sunday afternoon W E Brown of Irvington attended church here last Sunday Mrs Mary A Jordan is visiting rela- Â¬ tives in Grayson county Mrs Frank Hall Cloverport visited at Mr Wm Halls last week Mrs B F Payne went to Sample Sun Â¬ day to visit relatives and friends We are informed that Lawrence Rush is now one of Uncle Sams soldiers We are glad to know that our neigh- Â¬ bor Irvington is making some progressive strides Miss Sally Pearl Barr of Rome Ky has been the guest of the Misses Kurtz for the past two weeks L H Adkisson T J Compton For rest and Peyton Claycomb composed a fishing party to the river last week The American and Spanish fleets are not watching each other any more close- Â¬ ly just now than two of our popular bachelors We regretted very much that Bro Hesson was compelled to cut short his highly Interesting discourse here last Sunday on account of illness a long Buffering public who have been Indulgent to a fault may bear with our Fiscal Court and county road overseen for a short while but there is an omi- Â¬ nous rumbling In the distance that is Â¬ fVVVSV Vfvvfi WANTS hnia a50 acres of blue grass pasturage T t Anyone MILCH cowI E Keith wishing a good milch cow Cloverport on astuke an mnntK II erport Ky III1A for au All persons knowing themselves in Â¬ to the undersigned either by note or account will please call and arrange same Our old business must be settled We can be found at the store oHIeston Willis Co W It Uowmer Son NOTICE Ill Oil SALE One hundredoneand fifty acres of land in Ohio county in hall mile oi rail Â¬ station with good buildings The entire tract of land Is under eood fence Will sell or trade for other land For further particulars call on or address me at Atkins Station Ky J II Awbrky road Administrators Notice All persons knowing themselves indebted to the are hereby notified to come forward and aettle All those holding claims against said estate are notified to present them properly proven lor John W Vest Administrator Cloverport Ky May 18 jS estate of the deceased William Vest 99SSXSSXS i THINK OF IT 7 BREAD A Strong f Fortify the body against disease by Tutts Liver Pills an abso- Â¬ lute cure for sick headache dys- Â¬ pepsia sour stomach malaria constipation jaundice bilious ness and all kindred troubles The Fiy Wheel of Life DrTutt Your Liver Pills are the fly wheel of life I shall ever be grateful for the accident that brought them to my notice I feel as if I had a new lease of life LFairleigh Platte Cannon Col Fortification TICKETS FOR 25 Cents CITY BAKERY ItiilsiaiatttiwMsWsia w i- faer Tutts Liver Pills n wtl - PHHKfHUBl TliiVHilJPVXXIJI WKMC18DAY ktv lmTiVMmtfgj jllrTUi MAY 18 18W - u xumu t Jmtbm weeVk-- overoa their heads for Madrid may wltneM such a scene a the Reign of Terror in Paris It does my heart good fof9 awl It 4 ftll topple BfcMWT KENTUCKIANS to hear of the brilliant achievement of our navy they are an honor to this And Dedicate Their Wisdom to the gteat and powerful nation of our tho dignity and humanity of our officers Fishing continues good Cause of Progress and men certainly teaches the brutal Health 1b this community is very Spaniards a plain lesson in civility May By Reading Valuable Papers to the good the great God protect us and guide ua Delegates at the Commercial Mr Casperko was the guest ot Messrs through a war of humanity for the sake Convention Ohambllsa of justice and crown us with success In engagement and send peace and Mr Cm Rhodes of Glendeane is some every The Commercial Convention held at joy throughout the land belter I hear Louisville Wednesday and Thursday of Brother Miller was in Hardlnsburg the last week was one of the most successful BeokletTs Arftloa Salve other day of Its kind that Tub Bht Salvk In the world for Cuts and profitable gatherings We hear nothing but war talk on Bruises Sores Ulcere Salt Rheum Fo has ever taken place In the state About representing every side vor Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ Dvo hundred delegates Sam Morgan went to Irvington the blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions nearly every county ami town in Kenpresent and listened to some other day and postlvoly cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ tucky were Â¬ Wedding music is softly wafted though quired It is guaranteed to give perfect magnificent addresses Topics of interÂ¬ est to farmers manufacturers and mer satisfaction or money1 refunded Price I dare not tell chants were discussed in a lucid manner Mrs John Hughes returned from Lou 25 conts per box For salo by Siiort by able speakers Colonel Stoddard Haynes isville Saturday Johnson speaking of Kentucky climate Miss Cora Wingate was a guest of Mrs said Tiie climate of Kentucky is that SANDY HILL Lottie Stone last week to which in a great degree it owes its Mr Leslie Brack was a guest of Miss Success to the Nkws health fertility and the remarkable de- Â¬ Bell Davison Sunday list velopment of animal life Its mean tem- Â¬ Mrs S J Simmons is on the sick Mrs Sue Mercer will visit friends and Rev T J Duvall filled his -- regular perature Is 55 degrees with an abundant annual rainfall relatives soon at Lodiburg appointment Sunday By the eleventh annual census thirty Misses Bell Davison and Maggie Fen Â¬ Miss Lula Blaln was in our midst SatStates were shown to have a greater Sunday tress went to Canoyvllle Saturday urday and death rate than Kentucky Mr and Mrs Floyd Roberts visited Little Mies Jessie Stone was the guest With all these advantages Kentucky ot little Mies Willie Charabliss Tuesday Mr and Mrs J L Henry 8unday should yield the palm to no other State Hardin Asbcraft filled his regular ap- Â¬ in the Union Misses Mamie and Ruby Stone were Cononel I B Nail of Louisville guests of the Misses Chambliss Sunday pointment Sunday eve on the hill The finest Mrs Sue Rees is spending ft few1 days speaking of our timber said These lovely warm days are bursting hardwood forests known lie between the bud and blossom the fragrant May in Brandenburg with Mrs Simmons into railroad and the Misses Lula and Clara Asbcraft went Louisville and Nashville roses Mississippi river and that after a century to Paynesvllle lat Friday shopping Mr Charlie Stone after a ten days vis of wanton destruction of forests millions Mrs Dr Penntdgton of Owensboro is of it to relatives and friends has returned to feet still remain embracing almost Chicago visiting her sister Mr W H Asbcraft every variety of commercial value It Mrs Sue Mercer and Miss Mabel Mrs Wra Baskctt returned from a is for our people said ho to awaken Chambliss went to Glendeaue shopping weekfl visit to her brother near Owens- Â¬ to the necessity of gaiuing for themselves last week boro the profit by its manuacture into useful We are very sorry to fearn of the Mr G W Smith and family were articles and to induce capital to Invest in severe illness of Mrs Charlie Fisher of guests of Mr and Mrs James Hendrlck its renewal for future generations Sunday Mr Harry Soapor of Henderson a Rock Vale Miss Lucy and Hettie Hendrick spent practical farmer and an authority on Wheat is looking fine and late gar dens are looking much better than the last Monday with Mrs J R Willett porn fodder and ensilage gave the net resullB of his long Investigations into Brandenburg early ones He said Ihlrty fivo acres of Louis- Â¬ the subject Miss Hettie Schindler wont to Mr Crocket Tate died of consumption last week and was hurried in the Pleas Â¬ ville last week to nurse at the city hospi- Â¬ corn will produce 700 tons of ensilage tal but is very mucli diseatlofW and ex- Â¬ sufficient to give 100 head of cattle 40 ant Grove cemetery pected home soon We are glad to hear pounds a day for 305 days Thirty fiye The telephone line is vigorously acres will produce 100 tons of clover hay pushing on toward Fordsvillj Three of her coming back as wo miss her so He gave the following proportion in much from our circle new boxes were put up last week Forty pounds of ensil- Â¬ which to feed Misses Lucy and Hettie Hendrick Corn that is up is looking well age 8 pounds of clover hay G pounds of Maggie and Nannie Cowlny Clara Asb- Â¬ while farmers are busily and vigorously wheat bran 3 pounds of corn meal craft Messrs E B A D and Eugene pushing their late planting to comple- Â¬ Prof M A Scovell of Lexington read Asbcraft and Henry Cowley attended a paper on Kentucky as a Dairy State tion the pie supper at C A Andersons SatÂ¬ He Bald the Kentucky farmer has not Mrs M W Stone and Mrs W II urday night all report a good time yet awakened to the necessity of a Clinmblisa and little children Ruth Paul change in his system of farming He and Herbert were guests of Mrs Henry SAVE OUR LIFE still raises Ills hemp tobacco corn and Chainblisf Tuesday wheat under a pyfetem by which Ken- Â¬ jtiRt received the May number I have tuckys soil is becoming exhausted of Ladies Home Ideal and it is just Do Not Neglect the Kidneys and This makes the establishment of dairies splendid Each number is as pure and a paying investment and a means of Bladder clean as the snowy whiteness of its maintaining the fertility of the soil cover Mr 0 L Searcy of Richmond said Disorder of these important organs Well the bit edition of tiie News was underground drainage resulted in perma grand it was even better than our most causes Brights disease rheumatism pain nent improvement of lands and largely vivid imagination had pictured- - Though in the back dropsy and other troubles increased crops Underdrainage he each number of the Nehb is good yet Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your said would kill out all wild and sage kidneys and bladder before you realize the mamouth was very good grass the land would notbnak up cloddy anything serious is the matter Miss Cilia Harl the young lady near that and the full benefit of fertilizers would Often these organs are neglected until Union Chapel who lias been ill so long be received The drainage Bjstem in Â¬ awful malady Brights disease has died April the 30th her remains were that from 20 to 100 per cent upon you and death awaits its creased the crop taken to the Chapel where funeral ser- Â¬ fastened He suggested that the farmers in difÂ¬ Many miraculous cures have vices were held and then laid to rest in victim ferent sections band together and es- Â¬ been wrought by a course of treatment cemetery adjoining the church the for their own use with Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These tablish tile factories Didnt the snow come down beautifully tablets are put up in the shape of a kid- Â¬ He had seen wet ground which would on the sixth Inst I watched the my Â¬ ney bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ produce nothing but wild grass under riads of little flakes as they came so nounced by the best physicians of mod drained so that it produced sixty bushels sotly whirling through the damp air ern times to be the most direct in action of corn to the acre W 0 Nones speaking of our indus- Â¬ and so gently getting down into nothing on the kidneys of any remedy known to said There is ness or drops of water adding to the medical science You can eat these tab- Â¬ trial opportunities slush and mud already formed by so lets as you would candy Send for free scarcely a town of any considerable im- Â¬ portance in Kentucky surrounded by a much rain Sold by all booklet on kidney diseases agricultural country and possess Miss Mmil Hughes and Ed Sheridan druggists or sent on receipt of price settled ing good transportation facilities which of LouIhv were married in that city 60 cents and 1 is not now in a position to inaugurate April tli 7th at 8 oclock in the even Dn N 0 Davis and euccesafully maintain one or more ing The bride was beautiful in a rich Fiankfort Ind manufacturing enterprises The nec- Â¬ bridal costume of white and carried a essary capital ri quired should be made Eager to See It lovely boquet of white roses tied with long streamers of handsome white rib Everybody wanted to see the Nkws up among the citizens of the town in bon The groom wore a handsome even Â¬ last week says the Preston correspondent which the factory Is located and the farmers in the surrounding country ing suit and looked his best Immedi- in Meade County Messenger Hon U U McElroy of Bowling ately after the ceremony a sumptuous It is real amusing to see those free si Green talked on Corporations Their lunch was served in grand style The verites who Haw off the handle last fall He made a fine groom had prepared a beautiful home and stopped their subscriptions to the Uses and Abuses argument in favor of a more generous for his bride to which they repaired News now running about trying to bor- Â¬ that night Many handsome presents row the paper from their more consarva spirit toward corporations aud a more were received tive neighbors How absured it is for intelligent co operation with them in increasing commerce and manufactures I sincerity hope that the United States politics to figure in our opinions of our Mr Douglas Putman of Ashland will give Spain such a thrashing as she home papers We enjoy these papers spoke on How May Capital Best Be because they tell of the doings of people never had before and one that she will neyer forget though I wish it could be whom we know Tills they surely do accomplished without blood shed that regardless of the way the editors vote How proud we were to read the pane-Â¬ is without the spilling of more blood gyrics of 0 F Cashman and M E Avitt Â¬ for those poor wretches the down trod den Spaniards have bled profusely in an contained in their respective sketches unjust cause many homes are wrecked which were published in the Nicw Rheumatism often cuuses tho most In Â¬ and sadness and despair is scattered These young men have taught school in terim sulTering Many have for yeurs broadcast over the land of Spain weep Â¬ this vicinity and endeared themselves to vainly Hougfit relief from this disabling ing and wailing is the portion of the our people consequently we take pride dibQiiso and aro to duy worse oil than ever Rheumatism is a blood disease helpless in a nation treacherous and In the enconiuui8 showered upon them and Swifts Specific Is thooiily curebe crnel A nation whose leaders are a elsewhere cuuso it is the only remedy which can reach such deep Heated diseases band of frauds and thieves who have un A few yean hko I wu taken with inflamma The Cuban question and political issues dermlnded their government till it is al- Â¬ tory Rheumatism which became so most ready to cave in the removal of a sink into Insignificance with the man that I as tor weeks unable to walk interne I tried who sutlers from piles What he most several prominent physi desires is relief DeWitte Witch Hazel cians and took their treat Haynes meat faithfully but was Salve cures piles Short FALLS OF ROUGH Â¬ Â¬ He wrgned factor state and urged a better enforcement ot the laws Mr G A Denham of Williamsburg spoke on good roads He began by showing that in all times good roads had been tssontial to the prosperity of a com Â¬ munity He said that the old proverb account- Â¬ All good roads lead to Rome ed for the greatness of that ancient city He gave exhaustive statistics showing atbe economy of good roads in hauling He urged ttie formation ot a auto uoou Roads association and suggested the scientific building of roads by counties Hon WJ Hendrick of Frankfort opened the discussion on Land Title Mr Hendrick Real Estate Mortgages put the crowd in good humor for a paper on a dry subject by a series of jokes He spoke of the unusual amount of litigation in which Kentucky lands had been In- Â¬ volved since the time when Kentucky county was formed Ho gave a synopsis of the laws under which land grants were made In the slate He referred to the complicated contests which had reÂ¬ sulted from confusion over land grants and the efforts which had boen made by the legislature to settle them None of these latter measures had been effective Col Thoei S Pettlt of Owensboro read the first paper on Immigration The Mr Best Means of Encouraging It Pettlt said that what Kentucky needed was more capital to draw skilled labor It did not need laboring men it had enough of these The state should not shut its gates against foreign immigrants but it should not allow the scum of for-Â¬ eign nations to be foisted off on It Universal and equitable taxation would Improve immigration Mr Yerkes urged the necessity of seeing that slBter Btates did not outstrip Kentucky in the matter of railroad con- Â¬ He took statistics of 1807 struction showing that Kentuckys mileages only increased by five miles while other states bad made substantial increases He showed that statisticians had calcu- Â¬ lated that In 1000 Kentucky would need 6325 miles of railroad for the proper handling of her commerce He present- Â¬ ed figures showing the rapid increase In the taxable property of counties after being penetrated by railroads AHraeesJ 7 wskm 1mm been a great In keeping capital away from the tkit r JCwtwefcy f t SPAIN There is going to be a war right in this town and we will be in the thickest of the fight from the jump Wo are lined up strong on everything and will always have a S complete stock of HAMILTON BROWN OOS PAR FAMED BOOTS and SHOES you want to get the benefits of this fight call on whioh we buy for cash If Has done her level best to crush the insurrection in WmTmJF is bound to Hut the miehtv I I mmtr P uaaarmm prevail ftntfP IsaM I spirit Ot I I War 5W Declared 111 - CUBA A GEO YEAKEL BRANDENBURG aid Cossamptlsa Cart be KENTUCKY Co I F THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Lung Troubles JJt8S8J8888mSSSm Cured Its Risky Business To do your trading with a firm you do not know An Eminent New York Chemist and ScienÂ¬ tist Makes a Free Offer to Oar But S C P Jones Milesburg Pa writes I have used DeWitts Little Early Risers ever since they were introduced here and must say I have never used any pills in my family during forty years of house keeping that gave such satisfactory results as a laxative or cathartic Short Haynes Ex Judge Adklsson Taken Back io His Native County May 13 08 Editor Nkws Clovkrport Ky We received the Nkws with Ciiiccasha BnECKENRiooB IT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dkab 8ir the illustrated edition and it took me back to dear old Breckeuridge county HOLT I endorse every word you said in fact you cannot say to much about it and the good people living there I think it a Mrs Albert Baum was id last week worthy effort upon your part and it will Mrs Fred Furrow visited at Roselle accomplish great good My regards to Ind last week all Tn os ArJKissoN Mrs Kraemer of Tuckers Flat is vis- Â¬ iting Mrs Amanda Pierce jroraperleo complexion and a clear A boy has como to gladden the home healthy skin use Cosmo Buttermilk Soap Sold everywhere of Mr and Mrs M J Sturgeon Rev John Morton of Clnverport RfcPORTS MARKET preached at Holts Chapel Sunday Grain mill Mm U ijiitiitluu Vqt Slay 14 Mrs Wayman Furrow and her son Nmt Inrk U OaUI- - 00 extra mess Junius went to Kirk last Saturday Itecf lmnlly 8 004iU7S Iu UJ 0 IMtfJlO 30 Out meats Willlard Stewart of Addison was the riiklvil bcllleit uXfcuVjc pickled shoul ders 4isi5i- - plikliU huum 75iHSc Lard guest of Mlas Minnie Pierre Sunday J 75U 80 WMtern Hteuai lork Old Miss Haflie Furrow of Kirk is visit Â¬ mess U 00111 CO cream ing her cousin Zula Furrow of this vil- Â¬ Uuttcr Wealem dairy H217c err llal7ci do factory 1116C Cheese lage State skluui Readers MEYER tho Big Spring Firm be- Â¬ To trade with JACOB The distinguished New York chemist cause they havo made their store tho most reliable aud their T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ prices tho most reasonable in this section ery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis and all bronchial throat lung and chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal atToctions general decline and weakness Is completely stocked In Dry Goods loes of flesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ away will send THREE FREE BOT- Â¬ ing can be found all tho latest fabrics suit- Â¬ TLES all different of his New Discov- Â¬ able for seasonable Dress Goods Organ Â¬ eries to any afflicted reader of the Bbkck KNniDOB News writing for them dies Zephyrs and all tho latest and has His New Scientifk Treatment cured thousands permanentlv by its prettiest Silks as woll as prints timely use and he considers it a simple professional duty to Buffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure Science daily develops new wonders and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ menting for years has produced results as beneficial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius His as Â¬ sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ Jvi You can find all the material including tion are curable In any climate is proven filed Wi by heartfelt letters of gratitude tho latest and most stylish in bis American aud European laborator ies in thousands from those cured In all a designs horo parts of the world Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ chial chest aud lung troubles lead to which Cousumption uninterrupted means speedy and certain doath Simply write to T A Slocum M C Furnishing Goods Groceries and Staple 08 Fine street New York giving post office and express address and the free Goods are not yet marked up at war medicine wilt be promptly sent Suffer Â¬ I pC i ers should take instant advantage of his v prices but still remain within the reach generous proposition of rich and poor Please tell the Doctor that vou saw his offer in the Brkckenmixie News Its Safe Business Every Department Make Your Own Shirt Waists 8 Clothing Boots Shoes Our Millinery Department jg 1b in charge of a competent artist and is replete with beautiful shapes in Hats and Bonnets and the most beautiful Or- Â¬ i 4 naments and Trimmings ever Bhown JACOB MEYER KY Mi BIG SPRING Â¬ Â¬ State fresh lie Wbeat U 03 Bye 73c large KVVU8c small 0QOyta part aVaWjc full skims Sitae Eggs and leanaylranla llQlJc western Corn OhtMgo tHa OU 30a and txxa Mrs Crutcher and children of Owensboro are the guests of Mrs Crutchers parents Mr and Mrs Henry Coons of this place Â¬ ffiMrarMIffiffigffiffl MMMMMsMMOMM t tr Â¬ Â¬ Cattle Beores S3 8oa 23 cows 2 B04J4 00 Texas steers heifers f 3 OOtfJ 83 atockers 4 DO western 13 0ft4 83 feeders 4 0004 13 roughs ITogs Yorkers 3 603 83 mon to good mediums herles St SO pigs 3 O04 00 Skeep and Lambs Choice sheep 14 4 204 40 13 common 40 fair 3 00 choice lambs 14 4 10 exports Wheat ll 44 Bye e7Hc 00 One Minute Cough Jure is the best and com and 233 25 B0 preparation I have ever sold or used and L M I cant say to much in praise Kennon Merchant Odell Ga Phort Haynes ttWIW aBM Country P Corn 33Hc Oats 20Kc tmfm fcBMl 4SB ABm 9 rittsborgr Cattle Choice 15 1025 IB good 18 03 14 704 IK fair 14 40 5 10 tidy butchers 64 63 bulls stags and cows I2040 fresh cows iraaoo 14 2034 23 Hogs Yorkers mediums 4 00 grassera 4 3KQ4 40 fair 3 10 3 13 heavy 14 S5Q4 40 rough 13 6ocj S OF SIN A Book Merchants Pont have your Printing done in the oity where you have to help pay for Young and Old YYEGURE NERVOUS Oh the Pain of Rheumatism 8 73 pgs3 034 05 4 03 Bheep Cholce 14 1034 30 good 4 10 fair 13 8334 00 common 13 25Q 8 50 lambs 14 03a 00 0UR RECORD t Mtnti Cattle Butchers 14 3504 C3 shipping 5024 80 best steers 15 303 35 good cons and belfers 13 2534 23 stockers and feeders 13 WU 40 Hogs Yorkers 4 2534 30 roughs commediums and mon to good 13 80124 03 heaTles 14 17 pigs 3 7534 05 4 809 Hheep and Lambs Sheer extra common 4 05 good prime 13 tXXfta 10 3 0034 00 2 0033 00 oholoajambs 14 Esti 1878 250000 DISEASED BLOOD SKIN PRIVATE D15EASES MEN Â¬ CURED Â¬ Â¬ Hogs Yorkers and lights 14 12 mediums and heavies 14 20 stags and roughs 12 73 Sheep and Lambs Sheep IS 6024 CO lambs 14 2533 50 4 6034 75 belfers 13 00 Cattle Steers S3 00 cows and bulls 11 BOQ3 55 Cincinnati Wheat No 2 red 11 80 Corn No 2 mixed 30c Oats No 2 mixed 34c Bye 75c Lard fO 43 Bulk meat- s- 2TVi Bacon 00 GUralaa The Weekly Newspapers Value A writer in the Review of Reviews sums up the attributes of the weekly as follows Each copy Is read not only by the five people usually credited to the ordinary paper but by twice or thrice that number in many instances lor many subscribers pass their paper on and on to the inmates of less fortui ate homes These publications are pre eminently the home papers of newepap erdom They are not superficially scan ned while men travel to business and left for the brakemeu to gather up They go directly into homes and the reading of them Is a duty as well as a pleasure Hence their peculiar value to advertisers and their value as inolders of public opinion Â¬ Uncle Sam Says This Is Americas Greatest Medicine It will Sharpen YourAppetlte Purify and Vitalise Your Blood Overcome That Get a bottle of Tired Feeling Hoods SarsaparllU and begin to take It TODAY and realise the great food It la sure to do you kfrdtolM AH unable to get the slight est relict In fact my eon dltlon seemed to grow worse the disease spread OTcr my entire body and from November to March I suffered agony I tried many patent medicines but none relieved me Upon the a d r o e of as friend I decided to tnr S 8 8 Before allow In if me to lake it how erer my guardian who was a chemist ana Â¬ lyzed the remedy and pronounced It tree ot potash or mercury I felt so much better after taking two bottles that I continued the rem eayandlu two month I was cured completely The cure was permanent for I bare never slnoa had a touch of Kheurustlsm though many Urns exposed to damp and cold weather KriiNoa H Tirrsu ITU towslloa Avenue Philadelphia Â¬ 1 63 50 -- 17 Hogs 13 50fti 33 Sheep 12 753 90 Wool Ohio leeces Cattl 2 754 75 X and abore 2tMo XX aud XX and abore 2030o delatae 96300 No 1 combing Wfi3ta Na iTatttb Ing BmUs a30c GOc Dont suffer longerwlth Rheumatism Throw aside your oils and liniments as thoy can not reacli your trouble Dont experiment with doctors their potash and mercury will add to your disabil Â¬ ity and completely destroy your diges Â¬ tion Kye Whet Butter Cora llCloveraeed iaSttto 09 1 TaUda were committing 114 you only consider tho fuclnatlog- allurements of this evil When too late ta Avoid tha ter hlhlt rlblo results were your eyes ojnel to your perilT U1J you Inter on In mn liood contract but IM VAT M or 11LOOD dUeueT Were you curodl Do you now ana tnen seo some alarming symptomsr Dare you marry tn your present con Â¬ You know LIKE lAXUKlt dition LIKi BON If married aro you con Â¬ stantly llvlnc In drtadf Is marrUc a failure with you on account of any weak Â¬ ness causrd liy early abuie or later ex Â¬ Have you been drussed with cesses saeroaryT This booklet will point oat to jroa MM mutts f thMa erimes and twist out now our NEW METHOD OrillAT MUMT wlU positively cure yoiu It Shawn mw HvKn4 kvtVecn saved by NKW TRHATMKNT It pfpTej bow we can 1111 AHA NTKK TO CUKK ANY JUKAUMJ OABB OR NQJfAY Wa trut anil eura KMIRHIONfl VARtCOOKLK SYPHrUB OLKsTI tOY BB- ALDI8- - CURED YOUNG MAN VaJMssA the crtma when ignorant ot terrlbl 250000 tou High Rentt High Gas Bills t High Coal Bills t High Power Bills t - ff - And pvery other expense attaohed to a olty --iSL Btltutioo Patronize an iuduwtry at home in yourSM We have oyery facility for doing your work that the olty offloos possess and will do just aa neat work Were country people our selvea and take an interest In making your print Â¬ own county m fr l or ing attractive and will appreciate your patronage Get our prlcee drop ua a card Oat 31Mc Bgfs t dfeeates The WatM Of Sia IDDER tUUIware fresh 10c lBcy creamery lc CURES GUARANTEED Mat frjeV THE BRECKINRIDGE HEWS M It jBMriM1 OfftUU Hoods Sarsaparill druglrii The human machino starts but once and stops but once You caa keep It got ing longest and bios regularly by using De Witts Little Early Risers the famous little pills WooastlpatioB aatl aN stom Â¬ ach aad liver troubles Short HaysM It is guaranteed purely vegetable and sontains no potash weroury or other mneral Books mailed free by Swift 3pecl8e Co Atlanta Ga SSSBlood will cure perfectly Have Yes Kidney Trarile A 0e trial bottle of Foleys Kidney Cure will prevent serietts remits from this us Â¬ ually fatal disease A ft FUhar Clover port R A Sfeellmas Stephewfawt Gorde 4 Haynes Fatesvllle X A and permanently IKejwedyKergan 122 tttttttstMttttttlHtIHiMHltIOintl Oeomo Buttermilk Toilet fcbae make SqW soft white aad healthy BTWjrwMM Mm aid WF0WRTH STREET MMIMNATI O HW HMiWi Witt Hardisbrf on QALawcu f YRUP PEP N vOUftCfttOONSTIPATION J i iM nl I STTns