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J EM VOL XXII J2L u i 0 KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY VOLUNTEER MAY 25 1898 AIaL THK 1SElWS THATS KIT TO PRINT CLOVEftPOBiT Kojrl make tb food part wbolton and dllcl NO 45 NURSES AND NEWS AND VIEWS INTERStlNfctt TOLD Women Dlaappolated Ueoaose Their Of- Â¬ fer Hare Keen Kejeeted This war is likely to bo a stag party dosplto tho efforts of hundreds of womon Triumphant Deerings Lead the Way By Our bright Brandenburg pondent her sister Corres- Â¬ POWDER Absolutely Pure Mlea Lena Drury Is vialtirif Mrs John Frakes Mrs D Ditto and daughter Miss Lucy have returned to Louisville Mrs P G Young has gone to Junction City to see Mrs Clarence Neafus 0 M Novitt is at homp till Juno 1st when his duties will begin in the courts Mrs S C Malln received much social attention while here She has returned to Owensboro Will Grlnnell has returned from Mr very much and Mrs Thomas Ditto improved in limit li Mrs R B Sliaeklelt will leave Thurs Â¬ day for Leavenworth to wn hur sou Dr Henry Shacklclt and wifn School days in UrRudenburg are draw- Â¬ ing to a close ami the pupils are busy preparing for commencemtnt day Misses Mamie Dellaven and Nan lira shear of Cloyerport will visit Miss Ella B Hendrlck the last of this week Mr W D Ashcraft Cbarlie Casporke Miss Lula Lewis attended the Sunday-school Convention at Big Spring Mrs Dr Burch gave a most delightful cotillion party last Friday night Her sister of Louisville spent last week with her Dont belieye half tho war announce- Â¬ H M ments you see in the papers and dont credit the date of a military movement till it actually occurs We as Kentucklans are proud of the Legion boys Col Castleman is justly a favorite he dispenses with a lot un- Â¬ necessary red tape I am in receipt of so many invitations to commencement exercises that I just The cannot personally acknowledge will for the deed please My young friend Bert Moremen of Sbanneetown has sent me and several other friends a very pretty pathetic Bong Flood of Shawneetown The Christian Contributor Society has been reorganized and has bad two pleasant meeting at Mrs W II Goughs and Mrs It II Nevltts I haye the prospectus tor the May The Music Festival at Cincinnati artists and the music are tho yery first in oratorio and opera and aroso consider- Â¬ ed in Europe and iu all the gnat Eng lish Festivals Gladstone with his giant intellect had a womans tender heart In our admi Â¬ ration of Admiral Dewey let ub applaud the hero of Manila with the same noble attributes uieccyud lovo in his care for the enemys wounded I am glad to see that Mr J1 II Bacon seems to ba uuanimous choice as presi- Â¬ Mr dent of the Commercial Club Bacon is an earnest indefatigable worker and the May Festivals eucceff is due in a great measure to his untiring efforts Mr Bacon was more than kiud and con Biderate to all of the ladles who were repreeuatives of the Festival and we give him three cheers I It is one of womans duties to make the most of her peisonal appearance old or young the art of dressing helps the plain woman and improves the pretty one it is the knowing how to dress that shows her olT Every woman should be Interested In her clothes enough to appearwell No woman however beauti- Â¬ ful can allbrd to neglect the small de tails of dress it Is not the adornment but how it is placed and worn My young married friends in the city are down on flits- - modern flats little cell like hue hives termed suites We have those now Instead of rooms of love In a cottage of past romantlo days with its woodbine and roses and its little we know are flats garden Some dreams of delight but one has to be bleisdd with a superabundance of this worlds good to revel iu them Love in a fltt Is to be applauded for not wan Â¬ ing Brother Jenkins gave us a most enter Â¬ taining Interesting talk last Sunday of his trip to Noifolk Va to attend the Southern Uaptlat Convention I felt my blood tingle when he kOurthtra described his feeling in Iliclunoiid as lie viewed historic spots Va the homts and graves of thosi who gave up their lives pumly from principle and for all Bt cause He went to Mount Vernon Washington City and he is proail to bo ait Americu but rt joices that he is a U ipiist pracher fur as he looked down on the Senate and the Houso of lteprreeutatives and compared theia with the Convention he felt the preference for looks and intelligence Vaa all for the side of the latter lie says any Dave Smith is about as handsome f uu uiurn Â¬ Â¬ barring Bailey 6LTfica leaven save the mark I Binour DaVe- - was more than courteous and ranks ad libitum Bro P says thei with tho Solons tilts between Heed and Bailey are not exaggerated The singing by the choir was better even than usual with a bass solo by Bud Price Jealousy is by no means distinctly feminine Wo are told and we know it is not confined to eithor sex or any Bpecies For instance a dog is often times jealous and the dove that poetic emblem of lovo and tenderness has an amount of the Rreen eyed monster Are human hearts responsible then for that which is evidently one of their Emphatically I Jealousy characteristics is distorted virtue nothing more or lees The reason I suppose women are con- Â¬ sidered to possess it more acutely is because they take less pains to suppress it Love is of all virtues the most beauti ful but when wounded past healing it becomes a vice and one of its forms we call jealousy If there is a just cause we pity It petty jealousy takes hold of a womans JIfelt warps her very existence I notice quite a eulogy to Col John F Floyd the Columbus boy wbo was ordered to report to Gen Shatter for service His patriotism is hereditary as he is a descendant from Col John Floyd the famous Kentucky Indian fighter who was with Daniel Boone In early days Col Floyd did much to open up Kentucky Col Floyd is also descended on his mothers side from Revolutionary patriots My uncle Sam eul Beall married a Miss Loyd near relatives I remember Col Floyd fath- Â¬ er of this Bame Columbus boy being at my fathers house when I was quite young and I well remember how very versatile and interesting he was in con- Â¬ versation The Floyds are descended from the same Revolutionary ancestors Scotch Irish stock from whom Presi Â¬ dent is In fact I remember my father and uncle telling us that the Floyds McKiuleys Breckenrtdges JeiTersons and Davis families all belonged loan ancient Virginia family mixed with an Indian Princess blood Captain John Floyd was an officer in the late war Buoklens Arnica Salve The Bkst Salvk in the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fo Â¬ yer Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and postively cures Piles or no pay re Â¬ quired It is guarauteedto give perfect eatisfaction or money refunded Price For sale by Short 25 cents per box HayneB KSVAl kXKlNQOWDCH CO M VOUK A A BOFIN SOLDIER Guard at to tutor as nurses The official announcement that no women aro wanted hi tho impending coufliot would seem to iudicato that for onco womon will not bo permitted to in vodo the province of man After all tho progress they havo mode in ousting man from many of his birth rights it seems tho nineteenth century is about to closo with so great an event as a foreign war without tho presence of tho gentler sex Tho preparations aro for tho nursing to bo done exclusively by men Tho women may bo needed later They will then be called upon in tho event of a protracted conflict to cuter tho military Â¬ DBBRING Binders Mowers and Reapers had Roller and Ball Bearings five years before they were adopted by others They will always lead the procession althcy have in the past 1 iS H V i HjsJWiii a I 4 LtftS THE LITTLEST VOLUNTEER Mllltla Headquarter In llonton Tho littlest volunteer in tho stato is on self imposod dnty at tho offlco of Ad- Â¬ jutant General DUton at tho stntohouso every day Ho is Frederick Roche n lad of 0 years When ho first mado his appearance nt tho ofllco ho carriod a toy gunj tho muzzlo of which when grounded reached to tho top of his head Ho took up his station at tho outer door and mado it his duty to present arms and greet ovcry visitor in a mill- Hoy Who Stand iwmnmimmfMaummMm MM mmmmm wmmmsmm 11 iinfhjnji7jjVtX7i LtHtIi tf Kt IVJ -- nrrigli aarr ftvjr Sfi T Mm wsJIS - - EM PEERING IDEAL BINDER iSP8 MRS B B ANDREWS BLLaBLfc sKDaiaB FHED ItOCHK ON GUARD BEWLEYVILLE What became ton Mrs Robert McGlothlan of Irvington of the Hessian fly Miss Willa Drury is visiting at Irving has an armory of his own and his thoughts nro of war How ho found his way to tho militia headquarters of tho stato is a mystery but there ho is Ho is a bright boy and can go through tho manual of arms with spood and precision The other day ho approaohed a swarthy hncd stranger who was wan Â¬ dering about tho corridors adjacent to General Daltous rooms and presenting anus said Wo dont want any Span Â¬ Boston Herald iards hero Steering a Catboat When Bailing n boat slnglo handed it is customary to handlo tho tiller by standing to leeward and placing tho hip against it In this manner both hands aro loft freo to handlo tho shoot or if tho sheet bo given a twist around ono of tho cleats to easo tho strain tho other hnnd may bo used to help steer As to tho matter of catching tho sheet around a cleat to make it easier to hold never fasten it in such a way that it cannot bo loosened at ft moments notice The proper manner is to glvo it a singlo turn and hold it with ono hand so it may be easily thrown off or lot slide over tho cleat when necessary This position may bo soon in tho caso of a boat coming head on Sho is pulling rather hard and tho steersman has found difficulty in holding both tiller and shoot so ho is sitting on tho tiller and steadying it with tho right hand and has given tho shoot which is held in tho left a singlo turn around thooleat on tho coaming on tho leeward sldo in this manner having Hor tho boat under perfect control pcrs Round Table oiled he I tumbled I dldl Ruefully looking down I tored a big hole In my tockln 1 did Bubblng the knea to brown orled he Bat muvTor I hunted I did But It dui wasnt anywhere The owookod wbund ploce What fell out of the hole I fought you could put it back dere Now rouwer orid he Now where docs you spose That owookod wound piece did got know Its somewhere ItI bet But where can Does any wco laddie knowt Mario Qloden In Trained Motherhood A Oh nmwor tary manner Every day since then he has spent a portion of his time on guard Frederick is a born soldier Ho lives with his parents at tho Hotel Roxford and his playthings rtrp all soldierly Ho wss hi town Saturday Our Quarterly Meeting will be the 1st Sunday in June as was first announced The Post says Dewey has forty pairs of pants Ho certainly knows how to wear them Our Sabbath school folks are practic- Â¬ ing a beautllul flower exercise for next Sunday Corn is coming up finely and wheat iu looking well Were all serene over the price of wheat Mrs 0 II Drury and Miss Lena Drury visited Mrs Frakes of Brandenburg Monday 23rd Childrens Day in the Methodist church next Sunday May 50th Services only for tue forenoon Mr and Mrs Harry Stowart of Web Â¬ ster passed through our vicinity Satur Â¬ day to Mr Gus Shumates for a visit Miss Alberta Drury after a pleasant three weeks visit to relatives in Brauden buig returned to her home Saturday Got your neighbors to subscribe for the News Everybody wants the news these daya and that is the way to get it Sanders Cain of Vine Grove a hand Â¬ some young gentlemau lately returned to this country from Kansas Is visiting relatives here Miss Florence Cain who has been at- Â¬ tending Prof Burtons school at Bran denburg the past two months returned to her home Saturday Goldkm Rod lost Foaad At A R Fisher Cloyerport R A Shellman Stephensport Gordon Hay nee Pateaville E A Wilts Hardin burg drug stores a marvelous cure for all klduoy complaints nervous exhaus Â¬ tion and female weakness It la Foleys Kidney Cure Late to bedaud early to rise prepares a man for hto home In the skies Early to trad and a Little Early Klaer the pill that stakes life ledger awl better sad Hkort A HavM wleer u CASTOR IA Iafeati as Twr GkLUiaa Tin m Yw Havt AKrift totft Vy OlgMtWMI Of rHl9 eoantry was delighted Every moment of the time was a delight to her There was the houso in which she was stay ing standing in a groat tea aero lot and all around tho big outdoors such as sho had never seen before Bat It was the big lot arcmud tho house that pleased the little city girl best WfaatdojoH like best of it allr asked some oue enjoying her pleawartv Oh sbe said drawing a long I like the Very breath of satisfaction New beatofaUfbe big back yard Â¬ little girl who was visiting tho The lg Back Yard hospitals which will bo established Only trained nurses practiced in tho real improvements than any other machines made and are right up to date in every respect science of nursing reliable and prompt- Â¬ ed by sciiBo of duty will bo scut to min- Â¬ with Rollor and Bal1 BcariD88 8Crratcd ledger ister to tho sick and wounded Conditions havo so changed since tho adjugtablo drag bar and Bhear cutting Â¬ civil war that the business of providing knives The only mower that can be drawn at a slow walk or started in any crop without backnurses will be glvon as careful and sys- Â¬ ing tho team tematic attention as tho calling out of volunteers De Tho nursing will not dovolvo upon mothers sisters wivos and sweethearts as it did then At that timo there were no schools for nurses as now Tho womon of today will havo to intrust their of loved ouos who fall on the field of tlo to tho scientific care of women un- Â¬ known to them but whoso knowlodgo of surgery and medicino will mako their dear ones fare better than in their own hands Ky Tho trained nurses of St Louis hold themselves in readiness to respond should thoy be called upon Many have KCTrcTCnr7jrn7i already volunteered and woro dlsapj pointed whon told their services woro not needed Somo volunteered becauso thoy felt it their duty to do so others be Â¬ mails may do substituted in muny cases Cooking Spring Vegetables causo they thought it tho opportunity1 on theso roads for star routes and mes Â¬ to travel and boo tho coun Â¬ For nil green vegotablos uso soft wa of a lifetime senger service with saving in cost and try and others becauso of its being an tor salted and freshly boiling Cook better service act of heroism The advantages of delivering letters rapidly until soft Tho time will de Mrs B B Androws of 4555 Delmar to faotorles and other industrial estab- Â¬ pend upon tho ago or tho freshness of boulevard applied for admission as lishments particularly whoro largo tho vegetable With grocn peas sholled beans green nurse Mrs Andrews is a trained nurse numbers axe employed nood not bo and boliovos that without tho services dwelt upon Tho mails left at public corn asparagus celery and spinach uso of tho trained female nnrso thero will iOOO ROADS WILL MAKE BETTER sohools can bo distributed to a great as littlo water as possible and let it boil DELIVERY FACILITIES be much suffering Sho said number of familios through tho pupils away leaving just enough to moisten I think all tho men who go should living remoto from postofllco and enrrior mid thus savo all tho dosirablo soluble go to fight and lcavo tho nursing to tho Another Strong Inducement to tlia Itat routes Letters brought to tho nearest mutter that may havo been drawn out Cook cabbago and cauliflower uncov Â¬ womon St Louis Post Dispatch termont of Highways Ilan by Which Bchool for mailing can bo taken by ered in a largo kottlo of rupldly boiling Me Greatly Country DUtrlots Would tho rural letter carrier to tho nearest Nellie drauts Citizenship postofllco for mailing Teach ora can use water salted and with a tablespoouful BeneOted Delivery at Schools A bill bos been intioduccd in tho these letters as object lessonB in giving of soda in it For ouions scald and chango tho houso by Mr Pearson of North Carolina In prosecuting my work as apooinl suggestions and instruction in regard to Q to restoro to Mrs Nollio Grant Sartoris agent and road expert writes proper plain and neat addressing oto water twice All others cook in water enough to her American citizenship which sho Harrison I um frequently called upon In schools remoto from postonlcos tho lost by marriago with an Englishman in an advisory way to dosigunto roada teachers might with advautago bo made cover and drain it off after cooking Green summer squash cabbago and It is to bo hoped that somebody in con Â¬ stump agents and in this way families gress will sco tho injustice that is dona to bo maeadamizod or improved in other far away from postofllces can be sup Â¬ other watery vegotablos should be press Â¬ women in compelling them to loso their ways In determining this I consider plied with stamps stamped envelopes ed In n cloth or strainer and welldruiu citizenship by inarriugo with foreigners wbiab will give the best results to tho and postal cards This will promoto let- Â¬ od Womans Homo Companion and so amend tho bill that it shall pro greatest numbor of people ter writing and use of mails and will Carefully 8elecieu I wds pleased to see iu tho rooent ro vido that no woman who is a citizen of also insuro moro regular nttondanco Ono of tho most romarkablo foatures tho United States shall loso her citizen- Â¬ port of tho Hon Perry S Heath first I would respectfully reoommend that of life iu Now Wulos is tho ship by marriago as long us sho romaiifs assistant postmaster general his apin tho soloction of roads in the future transformation ofSouth criminals into hard in this country and that a return to proval of rnral free dollvery of mails for improvements tho above suggestions this country at any timo whether hor and his determination to extend it as be considered and that the postoflloo de Â¬ working citizens Of tho 80000 settlers 1821 20000 were or had been husband bo living or dead shall imme- Â¬ partment in establishing routes for ru- Â¬ thero in wonld permit diately restoro to hor citizenship in the fur as the appropriation an opportunity ral f roe dolivory use tho improved roads convicts see It is said that on board un American United States with all its rights and Iu this dirootion I to work iu harmony whenovor possible for tho road inquiry assortod privileges Womans Tribune whenovor praotlcablo liner a boastful Australianagain Tho carrier with tho postofllco department Tho obloudly and over and over that should bo allowed to nrrango with tho tho men who settled Australia wero a nil Vindication officials having chargo of tho improved remarkably souBiblo lot For triumphant scorn of tho tin sol roads for himself to act us iuspootor or Yes said an American quiotly dierwho declines tofIgHtwhare there caro taker of tho road over which his I havo always understood that thoy are no ladies present give ear to tho runs In this way ho could many route were sent out by tho very best judges glrl whoso beau is not in tho guard times prevent wasto and damago to tho Youths Companion novor was and does not hopoto be For road from sudden showers or thaws and a season sho has borno tho condescendt ho could also roport promptly to tho Quite Likely lng congratulations of young womon in road officials all washouts or other dam Â¬ her sot who cantor with fellows of the Ill toll yon the story in a nutshell age of importunco requiring immediato TsWBsBsaafcalaBaPlPisBBBBaHaS said Fosdiok Seventh and this tho Sevenths defect Ho should bo allowed to reattention Chestnut shell asked Koodiok tlon is her supreme opportunity 8he ceive such compensation as ho and tho always know that thoy wouldut amount roud officials may agreo upon This Detroit Froo Press to anything if the country needed thorn compensation would enable him to equip HOW TO FIND OUT that thoy only drilled for the girls in hinifcolt for better service and need not tho gallery and sho is thankful heaven Fill a bottle or common glass with intorforo with tho prompt delivery of has sent to her a real man end who mails aud at the same timo would help urine and let it stand twenty four hours keeps out of mock berolosmnd away f ta secure proper maintenance of tho a sediment or settling indicates an un- Â¬ from tinted teas Novf York Press road healthy condition of the kidneys When A 8M00TII ROAD IBSSKNB SPACK I would respeotfully suggest that the Kmergeney Ilread jecta pf the postoflloo department and road inquiry of the department of ngri- Â¬ urine stains linen it is evidence of kid Â¬ Too frequent desire to Women are so aocuted to haying tho road Inquiry of tho department of oulturo and tho postoflloo department ney trouble everything douo for tkeru saidMlbS ngrioulturo aro similar In this work in harmony on the lines abovo urinate or pain in the back is also con- Â¬ To promote the business social and mentioned to secure the best possible vincing proof that the kidneys and blad- Â¬ Anna Borrows talking io tho wohh of tho Household Economic- afesoolatioUf educational iutereata of the people advantages for tho business social and der are out of order In aelocting roads to be improved we educational iutorests of tho people that thoy have not the slightest idea WHAT TO DO what to do iH case of an emergency in tako those that will give these resulta as There la comfort in the knowledge bo their domestic affairs In camp Uo a far as possible A Good Roada Minister often expressed that Dr Wo glvo preference to roads leading Kilmers mun can carrjra bag of Soar to a pktco A progressive Baptist minister on centers through villages water- open the bagfstir Swamp ltoot the great kidney remedy to important where thero is Island reud a notice lately from up a cuko bywoiutenliMf only aiim uch and tbicklyscttled portions of the coun Â¬ Longpulpit auuuunolng a good roads fulfils every wish In relieving pain In the his flour as heuoods wind his dough aroxuid try week and that back kidneys liver bladder and every Roads upon which star routes or meeting to be hold that a a stick put it over tho fire and koep it bo foaturo of it part of the urinary passages It corrects turning until in timo he has bread He messenger service to carry tho mails good singing would Hauprusaod the belief that hotter roads inability to hold urine and scalding pain any of the Implements have boen established rnakos it without would make better Christians iu parsing It or bad effect following use Roads passing by or near school a woman would consider easontiaL of liquor wine or beer and overcomes houses publio halls cburohes and In Â¬ Now York Times IUd Urlers that unpleasant necessity of being com- Â¬ dustrial establishments Along poor roads laud sells ilowljs pelled to get up many times during the Bootee For tfo Babies Villages aro bailt up from the neces Â¬ Babies are not beug altogether fort sities of rural commBBttiM and the in Â¬ There is a demand for farming laud aud night to urinate The mild and the ex- traordinary effect of Swamp Root ia soon terests of both aro promoted by closo in rural homes along good highways gotten by the folks who inouufacture Under her present road law 288 miles reallted Itsaaads the highest for lta and soil finery for their doting m6thers terooarse On permanent roadsthose which of god roads havo been bull in Jfevf wonderful ewesjof the most distressing Thoirllttlo bootees at preneHt are made cm s If yna need medicine you should rsfty of whitQ or colored datjc cotton kheit are bard saootn and at for use at all - jt sv H year Ball eaa be carried MMararoais asakaaoaesatotsje fawn have the heat Sold by druggists price ot or very tee pique Jh deHeate tints seasoMof the fifty oenta an4 one dollar Ys may 8onie of thctaare embroidered in tiny at HHwk leas eost and lew Mae than on surtrftHiwws priskrse cabe iMp have a sample hettle and paaaplat both jteUyery of ped iu Mtttmtuer it the highways floral desigus some trimmed with yery other road Rural f aeat roe by wall Mantle tlia BtutoK BjujtaWa hmvow real valencleuues lace and yw atUww to xhribok New awl ether wade beaatlfa with May flower X Y -- A1 rbth fltK Ommo BoMonallk Dr KlBMr A Co Miter cUVm Soap exquMtalv eotad knoatblBgaed Tha proprietors of ikU oswr guanuiUa OrM Mlr ttTCirWhCif eaMbjc eleaaetL the fwrnlsiaiii of tbta uMiugly awl BoW tmcrwbwre r beaefici TasKVUWfrt Vai ismU for Peering Improyed Steel Binder ueenng Trtal mower Peering Hay Rakes stock before buying Â¬ bt Deering machinery and twine Just Received a car load which we will sell at rock bottom prices Farmers should see our JC JW PATE JAS DEAN McQuady FREE RURAL MAILS Â¬ Â¬ - - j rt y ut a4 i mJ BIsMm 2fc Breckemudge m S Y News aal Freprietn 1898 0 laMtgi Editors OH SAYCAN IT BE Do Cuba Has IRVINGTON Irvlngton continues to Improve Miss Jennie Hardin is visiting friends In town and vicinity Mies Ellen Munford has returned from a pleasant visit to Louisville friends Will Wimp wetit to Brandenburg Sat Â¬ urday to see his grandfather who Is very 111 Free Medical Advice forms and vet wont call the doctor be canee yon hope that the paia will go away after a while And too yoa know by experience that that first visit of the doctor Is generally followed by many others with the Inevitable consequence of a big bill for professional crrlces You dont kaow what to do for yourself or what to take But suppose that yoa could get tree ab Â¬ solutelyroe the advice of one of the most Yoa need a doctor many tunes when yoa Yon Buffer paia In fifty dont call one ww hwm w WEDNE8DAY MAY 25 SIX PAGES Secretary Alokk la making prepara- Â¬ tions to btove about teventy thousand men ready to leavo Key West or Cuba this week Hon T 8 Pkttit of Owensbooro In a communication to the News Bays The News is a beautiful paper It reflects credit upon the community that sustains it Glean bright and newsy Mks That Sampson at Santiago a m mm r inwi WWW www www www www www www www WWW Emulated Dewey And Won a Victory That Will Make The Yankee Nation Dance Juba Spanish Now See Wiuius wife of W A WU Their Crueltys Fruition BEMEMBERjTHE MAINE IS OtJR REFRAIN a wefl known ex newspaper rub man and ex postmaster oi Hopkinsvllle Is dead Tbo lady had a large acquaint- Â¬ ance and she is mourned by a legion of sorrowing friends It is said the destitution in Havana is still frightful and on the increase The grocers all of whom are Spaniards refuse absolutely to sell food to the Cubans and seemed determined to starve them out A And Our Triumphant Arms Their Retribu- Â¬ tion A dispatch was received by W H Bowmer from John Burks of Congressman from Washington passed through Louisville last Sunday Henderson today Tuesday which read Last nowB Sampson has and refused to talk politics It is Indeed met and destroyed the Spanish fleet something novel to hear of a member of Congress refusing to talk politics on the The News to find the truth of the story telegraphed the Associated Sabbath day or any other day in fact Press and received the following contradictory reports London Eno May 24 Reports hore Bay that nows came to the effect that Admiral Sampson with his fleet entered the harbor of San- Â¬ tiago do Cuba this Tuesday morning and completely annihilated the Spanish fleet under Admiral Ccrvcras The American forces suffered considerable damage to their ships and lost sovoral men Washington D C May 24 The Navy Department denies that Brother Meacham has made the Hop- a battle has been fought in the harbor of Santiago de Cuba but admits kinsvllle Dally Kentuckian a metropolitan paper In every sense of the word It however that the Spanish are cornered and a battle b imminent Again we arise to insist that the dome ofthe court house be painted a sky blue Hancock Clarion According to the fitness of things and to harmonize with the prevailing color in Hawesville a verdant green would be more appropriate Â¬ Â¬ is bright nowBy and covers both the local and telegraphic news field in a thorough manner HopkinBville should be proud of possesssing so well edited a paper A Tribute to Ella Dillon There n reaper whose name It Death Ami with his sickle Veen He reaps the bearded grain with a breath And the flowers that come between Last Wednesday morning as the kind Â¬ ly sun was spreading his glorious beams oyer the earth one home in our midst was overshadowed with sorrow The sunshine of that home was passing beÂ¬ yond our horizon and rising in a fairer world So bright and calm had been her exlstenuce that after It was ended one could behold its bright reflection on the characters of her loved oni B Ella Dillion spent but a few years with us but those years were rife with happiness and usefulness Her home was brighter on account of her presence and her music Her fatti- Â¬ er and mother felt their cares grow lighter under the soothing influence of her smile and voice Her brothers were happier because she was a part of their happiness Her many friends were Impressed by her cheerfulness her devotion to duty and the purity of her life Oh not In cruelty not In wrath 1 he reaper came that day Twas an angel visited the Kreen earth And took that flower away About Ave months ago Ella became a prey to disease The washing frame the hectic flush and abating strength were evidences of the pain from which she was seldom again free Her patience in suffering her loving consideration of those who attended bor her appreciation of any kindness and her resignation in death wero striking qualities of her noble character and un Â¬ selfishness While her place In the home is vacant and her friends are sad without her there is joy in the memory of her beauti- Â¬ ful life there is solace in the thought that she is released from pain There her capacity for usefulness and happiness Are increased For God shall be with them and shall wipe away all tears from their eyes and there shall be no more death neither sorrow nor crying neither shall there be any more And there shall be no nigh pain there and they need no candle neither light of the sun For the Lord God giveth light and they shall reign for- Â¬ A Friend ever and ever An Exquisite Picture There is on exhibition in Short HayneB drug store one of the most magnificent oil paintings ever shown to the public It is a picture of little Grace Hinion representing all of the colors of the American flag Mr and Mrs James Holder artists of great reputation repro- Â¬ duced it from a photograph taken by 0 L Knight and wife photographers of this city It is attracting immense crowds as it is a perfect likeness of the handsome and stylish little Miss All of the colors of this countrys flags are elegantly and perfectly brought out It fully displays high art and sur Â¬ passes anything of the kind ever sliown In this city A Model Garden G F Napper can rest assured that he possesses the best garden in Kentucky The care that he has expended upon it has resulted in a splendid crop of early vegetables The pride he takes in the garden is shown by the absolutely straight rows of splnch tomatoes rad Â¬ ishes lettuce and pears It is a treat to visit his truck patch as it shows what can be done by the right kind of garden Â¬ ing in this section flay Die A distressing accident occurred to the eon of Gabe Brickey little HardlBtrburg yesterday He was play lag sear where a mule was grazing and the animal kicked hlra in so vicious a wanner that injuries resulted from which It is feared be will die Mattle Mattingly visited Miss Alma Mat Â¬ tingly Thursday In the afternoon they brightened Utopias last day by paying Misses Temple and Eula Hart of Mc a visit to the students Hope theyll Daniels spent Friday with Miss Alma come again next year Mattingly Three of our most ambitious boys Clint Ramsey nearLeJtchfleldwas here Elliott Moorman Waller Moorman and Friday and bought a binder of W 0 Owen Hunter are doing some home Moorman studying preparatory to passing exam- Â¬ Mrs Joe Mattingly and Mrs Johnnie ination for graduation last of June Suc- Â¬ Mattingly recently visited friends near cess to such worthy fellows West View Next Saturday and Sunday will bring D 0 Moorman is summoned to juror in U S Court Oth of services dinner on the ground and some Owensboro as eloquent preaching at Goshen Come next month out I understand some of the best Bro Rutledge preached twice at Gosh Â¬ Seminary talent will bo there Mission en Sunday and took the train Monday ary work I think ia the chief theme for Louisville Isnt it funny to see a fellow who GId Ball is adding a room to D 0 doesnt get in from his Sunday visiting Moormans residence by making a beduntil late in Monday He hates to ride room out of a porch through town sometimes when he knows Unless delayed in their work the hie friends will smile at him To day workman will finish the bridge across one of our best young men skirted the Daniels Creek this week edge of the woods till he thought bis Jess Moorman Gen Grant as his emerging would be so far below town friends know him went to Hardinsburg that hed not be seen Sunday and returned Monday Styles Howard and Henry Moorman was were caught in the heavy rain of Satur Â¬ Miss Neddie Hunter McDaniels here Monday Her brother Vernon and day night Thoroughly wetted they ran a Mr Dockery accompanied her stumbled crawled waded and bopped till Of farmers Wheat unusually fine the flashes of lightening revealed a de Â¬ cut worms doing some damage to to- Â¬ serted house near them Soon a brisk fire cheered them dried their clothes bacco plowing corn the chief work Lee Meyer was here lastweek with and furnished heat by which they slept his line of shoes He went up to Har- Â¬ Silently shyly slipped they through town Sunday morning They say theyll dinsburg Friday to attend the funeral walk no more Dr Green and family who have been Friends from here attended the funer- Â¬ visiting at Mr Charley Robertsons left last week for their home in Nelson coun- Â¬ al of Miss Ella Dillon at Hardinsburg Friday Her sorrowing relatives and ty friends can find in her beautiful Sunday came the report that Sampson life that will make better all who will had sunk nine Spanish vessels Monday follow her noble Christian example confirmed it not and Dawey is yet the Helpful to all who knew her happy in hero her own pure life scattering sunshine Master Morton and Lee Mattingly of whereer she went shes missed now West View stayed with Coleman Mat Â¬ but the eternal sunshine Into which she tingly and other friends from Thursday has passed is the inheritance of all the till Monday faithful Weeping friends let her life Isaac Meyer Buras was here Saturday be a blessed influence that helpsto guide on business and remained over Sunday your own with friends The girls say he ia hand Misses Mary Moorman Monna Hun Â¬ somo and entertaining ter Ella Robertson Mary Mattingly and Louis ABhley tells me that his entire Mrs Tom Woosley and Messrs Styles tobacco crop is set and that worms are Howard Henry Moorman Sr and Allle scarcely bothering it except a three Weatherford left here Friday to attend acre part of his 14 acres tbo teachers examination Fairer girls Miss Mary Peyton came up Sunday or better boys neer faced a set of exam- Â¬ She iners Like all who take examination afternoon from Falls of Rough stayed over night with her couslnsMisses they wait impatiently for the announce Â¬ Mary and Nellie Moorman ment of the result The fairness accura- Â¬ I understand that R T Laslie now In cy of Supt Driskell and Messrs Pate Eastern Kentucky in college will return and Kincheloe rendered them very pop- Â¬ in the fall and teach the same school he ular with the teachers of the county and those who fall know that a better so successfully taught near here last fall Owen Hunter tells me that a consider- Â¬ preparation must be made The cry of unfairness and favoritism is not able discussion arose down town a few days ago Some fellow was contending made the excuse for failure that Spain is on this side of the Alantlc BIG SPRING Mr Willie Owen arrived at home Sat- Â¬ Samuel Jacobs of Louisville is down urday after a five day ride from Eastern Kentucky He reports wheat very fine to spend two weeks Miss Willlblo Moorman is visiting her and is delighted with the part of the state he passed through uncle Charlie Moorman of St John House ciea ning and white washing are Mrs Spink of Rblneyville was the the leading topics now and night finds guest of Miss Hallie Craycroft last Sun Â¬ tired hands heavy eyes and soundest day sleep Such a sleep Is a luxury but it Cbaa Caeperke of Brandenburg was comes high labor being the price out and put In an exchange for us on our A few books belonging to Utopia Li Â¬ telephone lines so you can reach all over brary are not in the hands of their Meade Hardin and Breckenrldge coun- Â¬ keeper till fall Dr Dempster Unless ties Charlie Is a hustler specially permlssloned to keep them Mrs Kit Martin daughter and little you will please return them to the doc son were returning home last Monday tor from her Kim Miller of Misses Julia and Lula Rhodes and Miss Vertreee their horse became frightened and ran away throwing the occupants out rendering Mrs Martin unconscious for awhile and bruising the others con Â¬ siderably We are glad to report they Like biliousness dytpepila headache eonitl are all doing well paOon sour stomach Indigestion are promptly cured by Hoods rills They tto their work S M Geary Piersoa Mich writes DeWItts Witch Hazel Salve Is curing more piles here to day than all other remedies combined It caret eesema and all other skia diseases Short eeeity aad thoroughly Beet after dlaaer piB sC Haysea Wp 1 McmU AUdntnMe 9 by a I tnftni PW to UktHood ft Co Lowed Mew DWiU UUU Early wW Heeds Samperltts 7ha elr 1 Â¬ son-in-la- GLENDEANE The friends of Mr Wimp sym path ire with him in the serious illness of his aged father Mr and Mrs Weaver are again at the homestead this time for a longor stay than previously Roy Wimp and Morris Jolly will bo home this week to remain School closes Friday the 27th Mr and Mrs Lou Bishop are the Jiap py parents of a hew boy whom they patriotically call Dewey Tom Musselman Clarence McGloth Ian Rich Ueradon and Davie Spradlin mado a recent flying trip fo Louisville Mrs Jim Smith whose health is not good spent last week with relatives near Paynesville She was benefitted by the change Mrs Gardner and Laura still remain at Chenault but are expected to return home soon accompanied by Miss Nell Cunningham The City Council is showing the benefits of ari incorporated town by improving our streets work on which is being rapidly pushed Mis Eliza Jolly from Hardinsburg came up to see her daughter Mrs Watheu who has returned from the Springs much Improved we are glad to hear Mr Schullz pastor of the Baptist church preached Saturday afternoon Sunday a m and p m Ho is an earnest speaker and his words carry a deep con- Â¬ viction of their truth Miss Batie Herndon who has been attending Potter Female College Bowl Â¬ ing Green will return home this week Her young friends ns well as ye older ones are rejoiced for Batie is a prime favorite Miss Bailie Harris from Chicago is visiting at the Washingtonhome8tead Mies Sallle has many friends and rela Â¬ tives in this section having spent con- Â¬ siderable time among us and we are all pleased to have her with us again though perchance her stay may bo brief Our good Editor need not think be- Â¬ cause this department failed to mention keen appreciation we bad for that Illus- Â¬ trated Edition that we did not appreci- Â¬ ate it for indeed we did so much so we have filed a copy of it among our treas- Â¬ ures to gladden the hearts of future generations The girls of classes number two and three in the Methodist Sunday school are to give a picnic and fishing party to a number ol their friends at the fishing spring on Sinking creek next Saturday if the weather is favorable otherwise nothing daunted they will come to Irv- Â¬ lngton and make merry in the woods above town A fine time is anticipated GRAND TIME Eminem Phgsfclans In the United States Yon can Thephy sician is right here Be baa an office In the building he has a staff of correspondents to assist him aad anyone and everyone who needs medical advice is Invited to write to him If its babys health or mothers or the health of any member of the family you may write about It sere of a careful read- Â¬ ing of your letter sure of a consclentlone diagnosis of your case 11 v7 Tfo 7 - oi I WaB VaWal Sure ol o cure if cure Is possible Ererr letter will be held as a strictly confidential communication Remember those facts We offer von medical adviee from one of made and trimmed 100 Bos Suits of different colors and up to date in every particular ages 5 to 15 years not all wool Boys Sulfa ages 5 to 15 years well Mens Black Luster Coats sizes 34 to 42 good fitting and cool for the most eminent practitioners la the United States whether our medicines suit your particular case or not We offer yoa this advlco at the cost of the two cent stamp which it will take to bring your letter to our office Address the Medical Deportment Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell Mas butstrong 150 48c 1 Wash Suits ages 3 years Ttnva Waati ITnan Pants nmt 8 years Free Base Ball and Bat with Boys Suit Boys to 8 in A bettor grade of Luster Coats all sizes 150 I up 125 Blue Cottonade Pants 40c 20c each J J Dark Striped Cotton Pants strong and serviceable 50c GOLDEN HOURS Were Spent Profitably By -school Sunday- THE FAIR Cloverports leading One Price Store Workers At The Convention Last Week at Bc Spring The annual convention of the Meade County Sunday school Union was held at Big Sprint Thursday May 10 The exercises were led by the President W D Ashcraft After a service of song and prayer Rev Walton ol BJg Spring ex tended a cordial welcome to all present and gave assuranco of the hearty of the good people of Big Spring and vicinity in any and all efforts to ad- Â¬ vance the good work The response was made by the President who gracefully accepted in behalf of the convention the hospitality extended The first subject on the program The Mission of the Sunday school was well given by Miss Zdlma Strother Our Stato Secretary Prof E A Fox emphasized the four cardinal points of Sunday school work First to save eonls Second to keep them saved Third to train workers for the Sunday school Fourth to train workers for the church As Mr A 0 Burton was necessarily absent What can we do for our pupils between Sun Â¬ days was briefly treated by Rev Hartford of Vine Grove A splendid paper on Are our Sunday schools as interesting as they might be was read by Mr Ohas Caaperke and brought forth expressions from several as to how we may Improve the existing condition Mrs Win Cain read a well prepared paper on Practical Primary Methods and should her ad vice be followed no doubt many precious truths would bo stored in youthful minds Mr Hugh Hardaway gave us some fine results of Sunday school work in the community if the Sunday school livjsd up to its highest privilege but ask Â¬ ed Is the Sunday school doing this The State Secretary gave us an idea of some of the advanced methods of Sunday-school work and especially empha- jBized the Home Chus Department and the Normal Department After a report from the Secretary the committees on nominations and resolutions reported The names of the old officer were voted upon and were unanimously chosen The followlpg resolutions were adopted after which the convention adjourned to meet Thursday May 20 1809 at Brandenburg Jtetolved That we tender our thanks to the citUens of Big Spring for their kind ness and hospitality in entertaining the Meade County Sunday school Conven- Â¬ tion Jtetohed That we express our appre- Â¬ ciation to the Secretary of the State Union for the assistance ren- Â¬ dered us in increasing interest In the work of the Union Be It further lUtoleed That wo extend our thanks to all assisting In the interesting program rendered Be it further Jltiohed That a copy of these resolu tions be furnished our county pap ir for publication Miss Ellin MtJnpord Holly Nbafus Â¬ mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwrn AAAAVVWVWVWVlVltJ V i fe Every Woman Admires A WELL DRESSED MAN You can gain admiration at little oxpenso by ci vine ua vour order for this seasons garments Suits 1300 and Trousers Up MADE TO 300 and ORDER Perfect Promised Those Who Attend This Festival There will be a strawberry and Ice cream festival on the 31st of May 1898 at tlie Catholic church of The Holy Guar- Â¬ dian Angels near Irvlngton to obtain funds for the purchase of an organ for the new church Hours from 7 to 11 p m The tables will be presided over by the fol lowing young ladies Misses Ellen Wa then Nora Henderson Maggie Rhodes Myra Hanks Charlotte Herndon Susie Elder Maggie Carter Ella Scbindler Rena Roberta and Nannie Lyddan Music furnished by the Hawesville string band Committee Mesdames George Lyddan Ken Wathen John Nevltt Miss Maggie Greenwood The affair promises to be a delightful one and all who attend will have a most enjoyable time A New Pavement Davis Johnson one of Bevleyvilles most popular citizens Ismaking improve- Â¬ ments about bis place this spring that materially enhances its appearance He is laying a pavemeut in front of his house and also calcimining fences and out buildings Como fit guaranteed in and let us fit you up in a nito suit for spring HESTON iiViiii four-year-o- WILLIS CO nnimimi AvlvvvvvvvvvvvvvLvvvvcVAJl They say they have a good stand will have but very little to replant are called Several of our tots with their drum and flags marched up and down the streets one day lost week crying out Hurrah for War It looks now as if our government is forgetting its first love dear bleeding Cuba and reaching out for all the earth Better hug our own shores leet the en- Â¬ emy creep In where they are not Since the recent rains farmers are busy putting out tobacco plants We heard a man say that last year there was over two hundred million pounds of the weed raised in this country In all probability there will be an over production this year Â¬ EKRON J R Shacklett Jr was at homo Sun Â¬ day from Louisville Mac II Richardson Louisville visited his family Sunday Wade Shapklett was in Louisville last week on business Mies Daisy Cox returnod home last week to be with her parents awhile Mrs Martin Villis and eon Harry of Louisville are visitors at Mr G T Bashams Misses Ola Potter and Maude ACkls son of Guston were visitors at Mrs ASHCRAFT J H Cowley lost a horse last week S R Day is at his brothers sick again THEINFLUENCE of the Mother shapes the course of unborn generations goes sounding through all the ages and enters the confines of Eternity With what care there- Â¬ fore should the Expectant Moth- Â¬ er be guarded and how great the A D Asiicbaft effort be to ward off danger and A very Interesting part of the program make her life joyous and happy were the solos rendered by Misses Ellen MOTHERS FRIEND allays all Nervous- Â¬ lieves the Munford and Lena Drury and we wish especially to thank them for their ser Â¬ vices Eva Oaebioan Srct Bernlce Shackletts Sunday Charlie Caaperke was here Monday Charles Basket attended church at putting in the tolephoue exchange at the residence of Z T Cox Highland last Sunday The following people wero guests of Walter Simons went to Louisville on Mr and Mrs P P Arcbor last week the excursion Sunday Rev D F 8hacklett mother and sister DavIs Young wife and daughter went Miss Lou Miss Ula Jones and Neafne to G us ton shopping Friday Mr Y F Sparlnger and wife Mr Wolf of Indiana will commence to paint the church here next week IN JAIL Every one wishing a good county A Distiller Prefers It to Paying a Fine paper should subscrlbo for the News Misses Sally Basket and Lulu Ashcraft weut to Payuf sviTle to look at the hats Saturday Miss Lnov ilendrlck was the guest of Llsha Smith and family last week of Hill Grove We never had a better prospect for a good wheat crop Every one seems to bo in good spirits J A Craft of Louisville has taken the contract to carry the mall from Ash- Â¬ craft to Irvlngton A D Ashcraft attended the Sunday school Convention at Big Spring aad reports a grand time G D Richardson Jr has his house almost complete We are glad indeed to have them near us II T Cowley one of oar brightest boys went to Brandenburg to be exam Â¬ ined laet week Luck to him There will be a strawberry supper at Mr M B Saturday May 36 A number from this community will attead The women are all hooee cleaalng while tbenea wptatfaff tblreor STEPHEN8PORT Mrs Dr White visited in Toblnsport ness re- Â¬ Liver Ills II III Hoods J14J Rlsg Mrs Owen Cunningham passed through here last week enroute to her home In Hardlnsbuig Bro Metcalfe and family have returned to there home in Edmonson Co We were sorry to seo them leave but trust they will make us another visit boob Misses Kate aad Mary Allen of Chen- Â¬ ault spent Sunday with Mies Blanch 0 Moseley Kate aad Mary are lovable girls and they make friends wherever they go Not every one who enlists In Uncle Barns service Is prompted by a spirit of A ooetomer wboee wife um4 Mothers rriesd ays that If the ttu to gu larouj the ordeal courage and patriotism Many rush smIo and there were but four to be SUMO SMUI ud the cott boulurrojr i Deytou Ohio madly into danger without rtUeetloa to I Q asm t Bare weai repeat at leisar beaeatha torrid ran Seatby eiprees oa receiptor price HQO PKR It Is reel amaeiag to hear the little Book to SOTTLK KXPKCTANT MOTH folks give their views oa the war ques K8 mailed free upon tpeltctUoo coatatala relutUe loforauUoa sd TeiaaUry teiUonUl tion They seem to have a feeling of TH MADflllB fttflUUTM M ATLANTA eoatenpt ter the SpaaUwk m tley eete u Mvsmew and Nau Â¬ sea and so fully pre- Â¬ pares the system that CaJHWdri is made easy and the time of recovery short- Â¬ ened many say stronger after than before confinement It in- Â¬ sures safety to life of both moth- Â¬ er and child All who have used Metkeri Friend say they will nev- Â¬ er be without it again No other remedy robs confinement of its pain Cramps Headache Ind last week John Hannlng a member of the dig tilling firm of Chapin A Harming was indicted by the grand jury at the recent term of court for Belling liquor to tb lumen v v iciuriH iih was trieu on ther1 charge and was fined 100 for the offense In default of payment of the fine ha km sentenced to servo 100 days at the coun Â¬ ty jail He Is now laying out his fine v ydr 01 bbe Â¬ HXY CRKAM BALM peetetvet m AlPfirSMetbeixwtrUe IttaeufatiirMrta M Mrfe M VmuhM ll I wpl Me by mU T JHY BftontntR H Whiw Ut hew Yaffc ty it 0 Mlnut Cough Curt curM That wket It wee aa4 tor iyim- - oa WMW tHB BRdKHNRIDQRJ NEWS Breckenridge News 1898 OLxOVElRPOR ky A HARDY KENTUCKY CROPS Commissioner WEDEN8DAY MAY 25 Moores May Report Snatched from the Grave PIONEER clour Shows Good Condition Commissioner Moores May report of Kentucky crops show wheat in high condition a few counties only showing a low average The crop Is free from In Â¬ sect enemies Tho condition for the en- Â¬ tire State May 1 averages 101 which is considerably above 1800 and 1807 Tim oat crop Is averaged at 85 The mouth has been unfavorable for corn planting The acreage Is estimated at 80 per cent of the 1807 avcrag Preprtrations for n large tobacco crop are b Ing pushed as rapidly as tho season will permit The promise of early pnsturis has not been fulfilled Conditions not up to average Stock continues in gnod healthy con Some cholera among hogs dition reported Reports of tho fruit crop are con II ct ing but they agree that the apple crop be fair Cherries aud pears in this section will be good BEFORE BABY IB BORN A Valuable Little Book of Interest to All Women Sent Free mentous event of her lifecomporcd with which all others pale into insignificance How proud and happy sho will be when her precious babe nestles on her brenst how sweet tho name of Mother I And yet her happy antici- Â¬ pation of this event is clouded with misgivings of the pain and danger of tho ordeal so that it is impossible to avoid tho feeling of constant dread which creeps over her The danger and suffering attendant upon being a mother can bo entirely prevented so that the coming of tho little stranger need not bo looked forward to with fear and trembling as is so often tho case Every woman who rends thiB paper can obtain absolutely free a val- Â¬ uable and attractivo little book enti- Â¬ tled Beforo Baby is Born by sending her name and address to the Bradfleld Regulator Co Atlanta Ga This book contains priceless information to all women and no one should fail to send for it Â¬ wW nr 4F nothing like It for an ct ruing entertainment Other so cillwl talking tnnohlnes ret nulnco onlyrerftnliof cut and drled subjects facially lrciarcil In n laturatory but the amphnphone Is not limited to such performances On tho Umphophone you can entity make nnd Instantly reprodiico records of tho tolce or any sound Thus It cnmtantlr awakens new Interest and Its charm Is ever fresh The reproductions aro clear and brilliant Most ffurlnatlnir Inven tlon of tlio bkc Aiwa J rvndy to entertain It reiUlrcs nosklll tonicr nte It nnd reproduce tho music of tnnds nrches tm vocnllnts orlnlru- tnpntAl RnlnUift TtipnM healthy Hoop foraperlcu complexion nnd a Sold everywhere In all Glory to skin use Ccwnio liuttctuiilk And t Oood Contract Captain Jnmca J Honnon of llawc s Whh Robert Payne Founder of n villa hns secured a fnt contract from tho Fine llrecltcnrldge Family Owcnaboro City Council II wilt tow 1000 cubic yards of Ktona from the He mid Ills Faithful Wife Leave quarries above this city to Owenahoro 100 Direct DesceiulimlH The rock will b used for street improve montfl and ho will be allowed G5 cents Family Remarkable For Virility and Lonper cubic yard for towing gevity Patriotic Citizen as Well as Devout Christian the Women This Reason nn especial effort on our part hns been matlo to ploaBO tho most exact- Â¬ ing and fastidious woman sorbing subject is Tho all ab Â¬ Have Yon Kidney Trouble A 50o trial bottle of Foleys Kidney Cure will prevent serious results from this us ually fatal disease A K FiBher Clover port It A Shellmani Stephensport Ilnynes Iatesville E A Gordon As Well as For Splendid Integrity and Character The foundation of the Btatn pride characteristic of tho states of Virginia and Kontucky rests upon an aristocracy of blood Witt Ilardlnsjinrg Frost In May m II F Htlleniueyer tho Lexington nurseryman says that in 1845 there were three sweeping frosts in May one week between each tho one on the 15th sweeping wheat corn and all fruits and tender growth In 1850 the frost on May 1 injured fruit but not grain In 1802 the May frost killed all small grain and everything tender In 1881 while it was not a May frost things were in growth just as now The wheat black oned considerably many farmers plowed it down and planted corn but tlioso that had faith made fair crops The Beat Kemedy Prom the Kalrhavcn for Rheumatism N Y Hegisler Mr James Itowland of this village tates tliat for twenty live years ills wife has been n sufferer from rheumatism A few nights ago ulie was in such pain that she was nearly crzy She sent Mr Rowland for the doctor but he had read of Chamberlains Vain Balm and instead of going for the physician he went to the store aud secured a bottle of it His wife did not approve of Mr Rowlands purchase at first but nevertheless ap- Â¬ plied the Balm thoroughly and in an hours timo was able to go to sleep She now applies it whenever she feels an ache or pain and finds that it always gives relief llesas that no medicine which she tiad used ever did her as much good The 25 an J 50 cent sizes for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephensport Tito Burlingtons h-- New Omaha St Joseph St Louis Trains r To take care of the heavy travel to the e far RV 0 I IM u I f 1 f - i fc - Omaha Exposition in connection with excursion rates as well as the stop oyer privileges at Omaha on all through tickets the Burlington Route will establish commencing May 28tb very desir-Â¬ able fast train service to Omaha from St Louis and St Joseph This new train service is the extension of tho St Louis St Joseph wide vestibuled lintsch lighted trains Nog 15 and 10 Trains leave St Louis dally at 8 45 p m leave St Joseph 8 15 a in arrive Omaha noon Tho Burlington will furnish tho same standard of wide veBtibuled main line service to and through Omaha for the west as it provides from St Louis to and through Kansas City or St Joseph This move keeps tho Burlington Route in the field via Omaha for its full share of travel to the Omaha Exposition as woll as the great west beyond The Burlingtons great train service from Omaha to the West has long been known Special Exposition Flyer folders are L W Wakklev now on tho press General Passenger Agent Â¬ bV 2 w r m li if- - y HE t A Noble Rebuke While tho spirit ot worldliuesa is un- Â¬ mistakably creeping over our modern pulpit it is evident from the incident which occured at Camp Lee near Rich- Â¬ mond Va on last Sunday aternoon that divine worship even at the present time may be Invested with much of its old time purity and sweetness Camp Lee is the place where tho Vir Â¬ ginia trqops are being mustered for the front On last Sunday after religious services were held in the spacious auditorium on the grounds conducted by Dr Moses D Hoee the venerablo and well known Presbyterian divine of Rich- Â¬ mond Seated on the platform with Dr Hoge was General Fitzhugh Lee and naturally enough tho presence of this distinguished soldier excited much en thusiasm on the part of the immense congregation This enthusiasm was sup Â¬ pressed in some measure until just oward the close of the impressive ser Â¬ vices when the pent up feelings of the congregation could endure the strain no longer and loud cheers for Lee arose Un- Â¬ from every part of the auditorium able to retain his seat under the pressure of enthusiasm brought to bear up- Â¬ on him General Lee was in the act of lislng for the purpose of quieting the congregation when Dr Hoge himself stepped calmly to the front and in de libenrteaccen which checked the up roarjof appluuse at ence reminded tliost jifentthat white the auditorium In which the services were being held was built for other purposes it waB tempor- Â¬ arily the house of God General Lee bowed gravely from the platform in sold- Â¬ ierly indorsement of the words of Dr IIogoand the congregation shortly after- Â¬ ward dispersed feeling some keen moa sure of regret in not being able to hear General Lee but Inwardly admiring the coastaeocy of Dr Hoge in demandlcg that the lioiwu of God be treated with appropriate reverence Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The number of fine old families that flourish in these two grand old commonwealths exemplify the force of the truism that blood will tell and It ib indeed an honor to be connected with a family that has left the impress of its character upon the social and political life of the Old Dominion or the Blue Grasi State The Payne family residing in Breck- Â¬ enridge county upholds the traditions of families of this class It is composed of asturdypatnoticand God fearing class of people All Its members are democra- Â¬ tic in the extreme and they possess these attributes that are typical of ideal citizens They nre splendid representatives of the yeomanry that uphold the reputation of both Virginia and Kentucky for hos pitality and chivalry The founder of tho family in this county was Robert Payne who died last September at Hardlnsburg at tho ripe old age of eighty thrue He was a typi Â¬ cal representative of tho Atiglo Saxon race Robert Payne was descended from a tine old English family which emi- Â¬ grated to Virginia in the early colonial days and settled on the Roanoke planta Â¬ tions and thus earned the proud titlo of F F V Its members possessed tho true pio- Â¬ neer spirit and followed the star of empire westward to Ohio and thence to Kentucky Robert Payne the head of the Breck enridge county family came here when he was twenty one and was a resident of the county until his death He was a man of splendid virility and he became united in marriage in 1830 to Miss Nancy Scott The result of the union was the birth of ten sons and four daughters This was the foundation of a remarkable family whose membership today is doubtless larger than any other the total number of direct descendants now living numbering exactly 100 In all 110 persons trace their descent to Mr nnd Mrs Robert Pay no and the fact that only sixteen out of the total have died speaks eloquently for the longevity of the family The names of the children born to this couple are Willis G- - of Harned Ky Samuel II of McKinney Texas James N of Hfarned Ky Thomas II of Bewleyville Ky Artemesia of Har dinBburg Ky wife of James S Marshal Virginia of Harned Ky wife of John K Weatherford Priscilla Harned Min- Â¬ Ky wife of Archa Weatherford or P Bewleyville Ky Lewis C Har dinsburg Ky Moses G Harned Ky John A Corslcaua Texas Lettlcia wife of James Brewing Harned Ky Simeon B Garfield Ky ton Matt P Hardlnsburg Ky The issue of these sons and daughters made Mr and Mrs Robert Payne the grandparents of fifty four children 32 of whom were boys and 23 sons Tbey were great grandparents to three boys and six girls All tho sons and daughters of Robert Payne with the exception of one are still living Tho oldest child is fifty nine and the youngest thirty four years of Â¬ Â¬ Dustl Chautauqua Co N Y Editor Sun I consider It a duty to make tho following statement One year ago lost April I became aOIlctod with Kldnoy disease I employed one ot tho most experienced phy Â¬ sician nnd frequently rodo to bis ofllcoÂ¬ braced up with pillows I obtained no per manent relief I was JB I f TlRTbuM RMHldiuvSoN Letter to tho Jamestown N Y Sun M MILLINERY ng In this lino our equal for such an elegant display in Turbins Sailors Walking Hats Infant Caps and tho newest things doesnt exist in this section of tho country GraphepheRcs En Uon ami XartlotinM arc sold er iounpd AlAnufftctiimt untlor the ruttnta of IttllTMnttr Our f iMhltilimMit U hrniU of h warlrt for Tftlklnn l whin ninl Wrli for catalogue TaUintf JU acblnv Supplies qtinrtr COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO Dept 30 Kennors Finally I begnn tho uso of Kldnoy and Ilackitcho Cure and It helped me from tho start My dlgostlon Improved the soreness left my sides and back nnd I uwk on henlthy musclo and flesh Two bottles Yours truly completely cured mo TUUMAN H JOHNSON Reduced to a mere Skeleton My father Jacob Johnson ot Ellory died of tho saino dlsoaso throo yean ago and I be Â¬ gan to think thero was little hopo for mo lr 010 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington D O Now York Chicago Paris St Louis Philadelphia Washington Baltimore Buffalo Beautiful Assortment of Ribbons Flowers GREGORY Wharfmisters CLOVERPORT Local Agent CO KENTUCKY Plumes Straw Braid and Trimmings ings of indescribable joy to tho one mo- Â¬ Every woman looks forward with feel- Â¬ CHARLES O MARTIN Prescription Pharmacist V Steamboat Agents Next door above Payne Co Cloverpnrt DUKES Homestead Fertilizer Company and Fault of the People It is reported that caterpillars are plentiful in Christian county and that they are doing a great deal of damage There is as yet no complaint of these pests in this part of tho county or if so we have not heard of it The people are to blams to a certain extent for this state of things The birds the best friends that a man has have been ruth Â¬ lessly killed and now the worms that these dead birds would have destroyed had they been permitted to live are here to annoy us The time will come when it will be necessary to have legislation for the protection ot the birds of this country The sooner it is looked after the better it will bo for the farmers and for the country at large Madlsonville Hustler Â¬ The Westfield Ind News prints the following in regard to an old resident of Frank McAvoy for many that place C years in the employ of the L N A Ry here says I have used Chamber Iains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for ten years or longer am never without it in my family I con Â¬ sider it the best romedyof the kind man- Â¬ I take pleasure in recom- Â¬ ufactured mending it It is a specific for all bowel disorders For sale by A R Fish Â¬ er Cloverport R A Shellman Steph- Â¬ ensport An Enterprising Three cheers for Dewey wasnt that n tandard Oil Company grand victory Dealers In Early potatoes did poor business this Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor time coming up ing and Celling Weather Boarding Sunday School at 2 oclock and prayer Shingles Salt Lime Cemont meeting nt night on Sunday Laths Plaster Plastering Rev Sneed is announced to preach Hair Plow Handles here the fifth Sunday in this month Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings and The class did some splendid singing rtullriino Mafprlil Wednesday night at Rev SJ Ritcheys General Fitzhugh Lee stands next to Washington in the hearts of Americas people Simon Rowland near Henning school houBo was tho guest Saturday ot your correspondent Farmeis aro waiting for a season to set tobacco Plenty ot plants but without rain the crop will be very short Miss Bertha Bowlds returned home Saturday from a very pleasant visit with relatives at Union Star and Stephens port John Duko wife and daughters Misses Onio and Clara visited their daughter Mrs Ida Starks of Glendeane Saturday and Sunday Ex- Â¬ James Lay had tho honor of making the largest log heap in the county the other day When it comes to perform Â¬ ing hard work and lots ot it Jim finds it difficult to find his match Who is benefitted by the big jump in wheat Its not tho producer watch it sslip down a few notches by the time far- Â¬ mers have their grain ready fdr market Its a wonder gold bugs would cry war prices We would think they would call it single standard prosperty The man that leaves all the stove wood for his wife to cut should read the his- Â¬ e S tory of tho Red Man and if that doesnt fathom the depth of barbarism in his heart he ought to go to Cuba join Blancos army and pray three times a day that ho might be pierced through and through by a bullet from a gun in the hands of a civilized American BIG STOCK CLOTHING WOMENS SHOES LATEST STYLES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO MAIL ORDERS MEYER MEYER BURAS KY 5 V Q Babbage Will Act as The Way to Travel Louisville H Â¬ Administrator Guardian endersonSt LguIs R yCo B Assignee Etc SCHEDULE TIME TaKlllKT Effect At 630 oelcli A 2 3TO 4 O S W RY TIIMIE 0ABJliE the 18 Wett Bound Traim 43 Sunday UT 30 Sail Bound Mall A 42 1G97 Trains leavo Louisville as follows S W BAr O St LouuItAILWAY CinclnaatI and and the West No Jo No 6 Train 44 Twenty Years perience Kxprt Kxpri Dally Dally 818 835 7 30am 7 48 Mail A STATIONS Kxprt Dally 12 12 11 11 11 Kxpr Dally 7 45i- 6 51 i JOpin 5 37 5 40 5 48 IvUnn ptar Kentucky St Wett Point Howard Settling Estate- 8 21 8 29 8 42 8 51 563 600 618 626 833 7 60 WUIowdale Hock Haven Long Branch 45 35 1128 1102 63 45 1037 1024 10 20 733 60am 655 645 634 626 618 blU 603 650 630 522 518 615 603 500 31pm 20 6 40 Attention All Legal Matters Given Prompt 6 51 907 915 85J Rrandcnburg Gutton Irvlneton Webter Lodlburg Stephentport Addlton Holt Sklllman Hawctvllle Petrle Falcon Lewliport Waltman Power Patet Owenboro Mattlngly Griffith Stanley Worthlngton Rcada Spotttvllle Cloverport Shop Pierce Sample Kkron 11 21 11 12 10 10 5a 07 712 720 724 727 739 7 43 9 23 9 31 9 32 9 43 9 51 1011 1014 10 25 10 35 1043 10 49 1058 1105 1114 1125 8 avm Lv Ioul villa a 35am 2 45P o 45am 11 55am Ar Cincinnati 605pm Ar Columbus ii 15am j 55pm 11 03pm a 25pm Ar Pittsburg 7 95am 6 50 am 11 20am Ar Washington 1 2opm Ar Italtiinore 7 50am Ar Philadelphia 10 15am 3 40 pm 13 3onn Ar New York SiSpm Ar Boston 300pm 9 05pm No 16 ha eleirant Pullman llulfet Parlor Nrain Car tn Cincinnati and Drawine room Sleeper and dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Train No iS hat elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawinirooin and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change 1 rain No ao hat tlvepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers No 5 42 1015 1007 1002 9 45 9 40 6J4 St Louis Springfield and the West No to No 16 No 44 8 3am 8opm 133am ft 40pm Louis ArSt ia3onn 713am Ar Springfield 8 40pm 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leave at 7 15 a m dally Cnarlcstown accommodation leavea at 5 30 p m except Sunday Traint Nos 16 ao and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cart to St Louis Lv Louisville 956 969 969 754 804 8 12 927 917 4 49 4 40 Â¬ A NEW 818 827 833 8 42 9 09 9 03 8 64 8 47 433 4 28 Blacksmith Shop At BURAS Druggist age Robert Payne was one of the original members of Lost ltun Baptist church and waa connected withthatorganization for C5 years He was truly a militant member and combined works with faith In looking oyer the record of the Uvea of this grand old man aud his faithful consort it is plainly seen that it was due to such characters as these that tho common- Â¬ wealths of Virginia and Kentucky achieved the peculiar greatness that gives birth to the exalted state pride characteristic of both states There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to bo incurable For a great many years doctors pro- Â¬ nounced it a local diseoso and prescribed local remedies and by constantly fall ing to cure with local treatment pro- Â¬ nounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitu- Â¬ tional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is tho only constitutional cure on tho market It is taken inter- Â¬ nally in doses from 10 drops to a tea spoonful It acta dlrectlyum the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system They offer one hundred dollars for each caso it falls to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address Co Toledo O F J CHENEY SSTSold by Druggists 75c Â¬ There are few men more wide awake Haynes and enterprising than Short who spare no pains to secure the best of everything in their line for their many customers They now have the valuable agency for Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds This is a wonderful remedy that is producing such a furor all over tho country by its many startling cures It absolutely cures Asthma Bronchitis Hoarseness and all affections of the Throat Chest and Lungs Call at above drug store and get a trial bottle free or a regular size for CO cents and 1 Guaranteed to cure or price refunded Are they who while Buffering from Kid Â¬ WAGON MAKERS ney diseases are prejudiced against all ad- Â¬ HORSESHOEING Etc vertised remedies They should know have justoponed anew that Foleys Kidney Cure is not a quack Iwhere I shop at Burasamblacksmith prepared remedy but an honest guaranteed medi Â¬ to do all kinds of work in that line cine for Kidney and Bladder troubles I am also authorized to solemnize A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman the rights of matrimony Stephensport Gordon Haynes Pates JAMES ATUCKER ville E A Will Hardlnsburg Unfortunate People 1151 1155 925 12 02 932 12 09 939 9 47pm 1217 9 54 Pir 1224 010pm 12 40pm 9 21 853 905 016 1135am 1146pm 8 07 8 02 838 827 818 419 413 4 TKAINS AIlItlVE is 7 35 it ij noon 640 pm so a m Krom West 7 ac a m it 15 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office southeast comer Fourth and 01 From East 95 363 3 44 am am 3 768 752 7 45 7 38 7 31 7 15in 333 329 3 26 tr Hrtn1v Batett 320 313 307 301 2 46pm Train Not 41 and 4 make connection at Ir vington dally except Sunday with train to and from Hardinkburg and Kord ville Uranch Only line running Parlor Cart between Lou 1 ville Owenboro nnd I lender son Only direct line For further Information to the North and Eat or call on or addres Agent HC MOKDUU AG P A Loultville Ky Depot Seenth and river Main streets Por detail information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc It S IIHOWN address O S W Ky District Pass A Ticket Agent II and Main Louisville Ky 4th or J M C1IESS11ROUGH General Passenger Auent Cincinnati Ohio General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio G II WAUFKL Atitant Henderson Route LoamiHe Henderson St Louis Ry No Co LODIBURG Mr A M Hardin Is on BANK or the sick list Time Card In Effect June 20 97 East Bound No 43 No 44 46 Press Boys Outing The members of the Kentucky Press Association will have a magnificent trip to the Mackinac Islands in the northren lakes this year The annual outing will commence July 1st and 2nd at Cincin- Â¬ nati and will extend through the week It will be a delightful event How to Look Good Good looks are really more than skin deep depending entirely on a healthy condition of all the vital organs If the liver is inactive you have a bilious look it yourstomach is disordered you have a dyspeptic look if your kidneys are af- Â¬ fected you have a pinched look Secure good health and you will surely have good looks Electric Bitters is a good Alterative and Tonic Acts directly on the stomach liver and kidneys purifies the blood cures pimples blotches and bolls and gives a good complexion Evory bottle guaranteed Sold at Short Haynes lrug Store 60 cents per bottle CASTOR I A r lafcaU aad OkiUrM S2W2T hit Oood Work on Roads R A Wrather the painstaking road overseer of the Irvington district hits done tome splendid work on the high ways this spring The road between Irvtaptcm and Bewleyville has been nicely improving by the filling in ot chpek holea with crushed rock and throwlBg up in the centre so m to Intmre Rood clfalBige Mr Wrather is also in proving the sarrouwllBas of hh howe by btUbUBg hew fences and white wash- j Ug all out buiUiod Â¬ Bishops Elected session of the general confer- Â¬ At the ence ot the Methodist Episcopal church South Tuesday Rev Dr Warren A Candler ot Oxford Ga and Rev Dr II O Morrison of Nashville Teunwere elected bishops The contest was an exciting one It IiTkelHtOa Earth That Is what Edwards Parker mer Â¬ chants of Plains Ga says of Chamber- Â¬ lains Pain Balm for rheuuwtWan lame back deep seated and muscular pains Sold by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman StepheMpott HatMtYr Hw hrUc our Pfi Wltfc Citawret eoMtlptUloo fowve 4 40 this week 5 01 6 45 a T BEARD Prssliisnt Preaching at Clifton Mills Thursday 5 25 1007 522 10 4 657 fill WILL MILLER Vlos Proildtnt night May 20th 1112 617 H2i n BEARD Onhlsr 1235pm 745 ArrLouivillei 730 Mr Charlie Norton called on Miss No 41 No 43 No 45 Keys Sunday West Bound Irene 1 OW BEARD Dlrcetor r Lv Lnuii ville Farmers In thiB section are about MORRIS KSKRIDOK J 7J0un 4 50pm 8 2Jpm o 8 51 Brandenburg 9 32 609 RM JOLLY through planting corn 6 43 9 52 Irvington 91 10 21 7 21 Stephensport 951 City Montana Kansas Mr Henry Kurtz of Webster called 1011 7 39 Cloverport 10 80 ON TIME DEPOSITS INTERE8T PAID 10 58 8 04 Hawesville in a on Miss Dee Basham last Sunday 9 15 1135 Owenboro 1148 Colorado Pacific Coast 217pm 9 47 12 23am Spottsvllle Miss Dee Basham of Hardlnsburg 12 40 12 45 1010 Hrnderson Â¬ was home on a visit Saturday and Sun 10 40 Evansville 115 115 Louis 732 720 Utah Washington Omaha Arrbt day A I train run Ihrough Solid to Uvauville Mr Hook of Hardlnsburg was the Through parlor cart and Pullman leepcrt on all Â¬ St Paul Nebraska tralnt Detwein St Louis Kvantville and Louis Â¬ guest of Miss Georgia Basham last Sun ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvington for day l ordsvlllc and Hardlnsburg daily except Sunday H C MOHDUE A G l A Black Hills Miss Blanch Basham of Shtlohis visit Clover- Â¬ Loulivllle Ky itlng her aunt Mrs Herman Parks this VIA Comfort Safety week Services at Walnut Grove was largely anil Evansvills attended last Sunday Splendid sermon VESTIBULED TRAINS by Rev Lewis SLEEPERS DINING GARS Mr B Argabright and wife was visit- Â¬ May Co ing her mother Mrs Claycomb near 3 Fait Mall Line Between CHAIR GARS Raymond last Sunday OANNELTON IND Louisville MO M RUQQ THAV PASSH AQINTtT LOUI Mias Alma OrendofT of Webster was ST LOUIS MQ HOWARD CLLIOTT Of NT MOn STEAMERS Mrs Win Payne the guest of her aunt W WAKCICY OtNL PASSR AOTT LOUIS MO Send me last Saturday and Sunday E G HAGON VV Mr Owen Keys and family will move A Bishop Farter F M Ujan Matter to Cloverport this week where they will TAEASCON make their future homo H L St L Ry FordsYllle Branch D L Penny Matter L T Conner Purler And I will Send you Mr and Mrs Wm II Gibson and packed in in plain TIME TABLE Nt 10 children of Holt spent a few days last TELL CITY week tho guests of relatives here box one gallon TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 1807 R II Ballard Muter W B Newbll Porwr Mrs Peyton Basham and little daugh Eait Hound Train We t Bound Tralnt D STAGGS ter Zalma baa returned from Missouri baity Daily Dally Dtllj except Saturday between Loulivllle Utllj where sho went a few week ago to join STATIONS ex bun ezbui and Hew Amiterdam ex Sun ex bun No 1 No No5 I Nol her husband Freight ealpped by tail llae delivered qulok 050am lv Irvington Ar 9o0am 8 00 Mr John Brown fell from the roof of Oarneld er then by rail li5 7 43 140 Harned B Argabfighta house oe day last week TraveUri will lad the iteanefi are ubwt T 37 1 4 Junction T 27 Hardlnburg 155 and was considerably bruised up but for Â¬ pueed In equipment end aeeosinodaMoM T 17 2 10pm Junction The batt oullnary are euploved m etoks a4 tunately retained bo serious injury Kirk TM 1J25 Jolty 6M 1235 be Beau U equal to that of tie beet kteJe 6 80 OUndeana MM GeaereJ oloee 1T6 ad W 6 80 tb AntM Demnter M Oh Minute Cough Cure is the beat trKallKoughlv oB6 20 tottteTtHe 8 44 prepawUan I have ever hM or used and Dcmpttw 40 5 38 Kockvalt W W HITS 9 L PXKNT 1H iQfi Xuta 5H I caat My to aaaefc la pwiee L M N 6SC 116 Atklai Ga- - HARDIlSrSBTJIlG BEST TRAINS II Lv St Louis Kvan ville Henderson hpottsville Owenboro Hawesville Cloverport Stephensport Irvington Brandenburg 653am 7 15 7 5fiam 2 20pm 24tl 341 7 38 3 7 818 917 8Mpm 2 45am 310 328 400 450 510 J HHunsche The TAILOR Will be in port on the 2d and 4th St Louis or Chicago Friday of every month with Casper Loral Packet Line and Evansville sfr SO JONES Old Goon Hollow P Whisky None Purer None Finer SIMON tmit iu mil Kumm MttMbaai O0U Shirt A Hy I imt tit IMtw AiKs4HUti Mltchtll Oak IN 5 I UWMMMMttf Jtyt thk sREib1wtmrcm jsbwq oiovbihio iltK mOlHING MAIB M4irt wj tiim wttmtoiNPt WANTED ro eay 10 0 Cavalry and Artillery BRECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY NEWS MAY 25 W8 LOUD AND STRONG Was The Kick Made by The Brcckcnridgc Dele- Â¬ Brooklyn N Y Dec 19180C I have used Elys Cream Balm a number of years and find It works lileo a charm It has cured nm of the most obstinate case of cold in tl o head in leu than 48 hours from the timo I felt tho cold coming on I would not be without it ltespeclfully yourr 283 Hart St Fkkdk Fiuks Cream Balm is kept by all druggists Full size 60c Trial size 10 cents We Mrsrs Ely Bros ESY wv s- ttm i - mall City it 50 ELYBHOS Warron St N Y m2AAmmkU mttWWM gate Complaint Made at the Commercial Convention Against Unfair Discrimination HORSES IN GOOD CONDITION 15 to 16 Hands high Colors wanted Bays Browns Blacks Sorrels and Greys 4 to 8 years old WILL AT McGLOTHLAN BLANDS STABLE IRVINGTON KY SATURDAY MAY 28 1898 rR Breckenrldge county was well repre Â¬ sented at the Commercial Convention held at Louisville Wednesday and Thurs Â¬ day of week before last Those present were J D Dabbage F N DHuy H V Harris and Ed Goodnight of Clover port Charles Blanford of Bewleyville and V G Babbage of Hardinsburg During the discussion of the good roads topic in the Convention Ed Goodnight of Cloverport called attention to the discrimination that existed in Louisville againt Breckenrldge county asphalt He charged tho city of Louisville with act Â¬ ing in bad faith by so constructing the plana and specification for asphalt streets Good Road Tttitt Spreading that the Kentucky producers of rock Tho good roads fever has oxtonded to asphalt could not bid He was inter- Â¬ rupted by a delegate who raised a point oven Central America Tho Hicuragtmus fancy to tho of order that the speaker was not dis somo timo ago took quite a a large number of Ainerioan cussing a topic germane to tho dis- Â¬ wheel and shipped thoro Tboro aro no makos aro cussion roads worth calling by that name in tho chair overruled the motion but southern republic nnd the natives nro The called attention to the five minute rule conflnod to cycling on a few of tho and allowed Mr Goodnight that length streets in San Juan del Sur nndtho bonob but they like the exeroiso so of time to finish The Breckenrldge delegate registered much that they are demanding bettor their wheels on and thoy a hardy and vigorous kick against the roads to use got thorn likely to corruption existing in Louisville He aro stated that Breckenridge did not seek When Weak Weary and Watted favoritism but demanded an equal From Kidney diseases why not try Fo- Â¬ chance with the Barber Asphalt Com- Â¬ leys Kidney Cure a guaranteed medi- Â¬ pany in bidding for street work cine A R FiBher Cloverport R A He was liberally applauded The folShellman Stephensport Gordon Hay lowing ia the editorial utterance of tho nes Patesville E A Witt Hardins Louisville Poet regarding Mr Good burg nights talk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky Road Law To protect nnd preserve tho highways by withdrawing thorn from publio uso at tinios whon thoy are likely to bo in Â¬ jured by heavy travel is certainly n uniquo method of providing for tho pub lio welfare but tbia is what tho Ken tucky statutes say Any corporation company or Indi Â¬ vidual who may by uuusual uso of n road materially damago tho same shall repair all damages caused by tho uso of such road or roads Tho supervisor or ovorseor of roads shall at nny timo wbou necessary notify said corpora Â¬ tions companies or individuals of their duty as provided in this section and should tho said parlies bo uotiflod fail in n reasonablo length of time to bo filed in tbo notice to mako such ropalrs such partios shall bo deemod guilty of obatruoting the publio roads and shall bo subject to a fluo of not exceeding 100 to bo applied to road purposes Â¬ o HMfHwIU i SEARCH TfcM INVENT AND CUFFS WHEN FIKST BOUGH JUKES COLmRS STIFF AND NICE ONE POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL CO AS FAR AS A POUND AND A HALF OF ANY OTHER STARCH THJi r HI IDIMITO unuwv uwiiiutJinwurv DDAC ro vKEOKUKjOWA vuriniani uis a iimiinii eJftOTACTUREDOiiyay NEVrlAVENCONNv wm in ihiiiwiiii iwiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii in iiiiwwin mi iiiiiim This starch is prepared on sclcntlfio principles br mon who haro had rears of practical ezperienco in fancy lanndering It restores old linen and summer dresses to their natural whiteness and imparts a Ixtautlfnl and lasting flnlsh It is tbo only starch manufactured that is perfectly harmless containing neither arsenic slam or any other substonco Injurious to linen and can bo used ercn tor a baby powder For sale by all wholesale and retail grocers EVA 2V PER RATES DAXi - tfd - ins morientn icassHlurwslBitk vY llg locaUd Motel In trweltu Jk3 y S LOUISVILLE AUD KENTUCKY HUDSON BROS ROAD CONSTRUCTION OUR SPECIALTY - 1 4 SUPERIOR WOBK WE PRINT Catalogues Booklets 4 4 Iload Metal and the Uh of Hinder Tho buildiug of macadam roads has Crown into quite a business and those who are engaged in it occasionally strike something that may be useful to othors A correspondent of The En gineering Nowb gives viowB ou various points as follows The quantity of roll- Â¬ on RollingÂ¬ hint Price Lists Office Stationery And Blanks of Every Kind 1 4 Circulars BRECKENRIDGE - NEWS JOB DEPARTMENT CLOVER PORT KY AA44AA444AiM4l4444444 CARE OF HIGHWAYS Value of Iletlce to Ilreak tli Wind of Shade Trent Uses Hello I Wo bavo not had timo to loam by actual oxperionco us much about road euro as wo bavo concerning tho construction of highways but tbia part of tho work must not ba considered of loss iniportunce writes A A Iopo in Tho Outlook Dralnugo ia essential both for ROAD FOUNDATIONS surface and for understrncturo and yot groat enro should bo taken to so nrrango Telforil Neccnary on Some Soil Some the grades as to ovoid deop wnshouts on KipcrlinunU With Mncitdui tho surfuca or tholoosouiug of tho foun- Â¬ A tolford foundation ia not always dation Hodges of suflloieut growth to protect necessary as a ton ton roller will on sonio soils mako as good a foundation tho aurfuco of tho road from tho vio lence of tho wind will do good deal to for macadam as a tolford foundation rotain the dust which plays so impor- Â¬ aud it is much cheapor I3ut on clay tant a part in holding together tho lay soils it or a layer of fluo sand ia noces sary aud it is possible to waste con Country byways era of broken stouo siderable money in the first cost of whero tho shoulders of a regularly coa strue tod macadam way of narrow width draining tho roadbed instead of main are allowed to grow over with n thick taining the sido ditches in good order This is abundantly shown by the ex covering of turf will inoro firmly hold themselves aud tho roadbed in plaoo by perience of Mr 1iorco in Bridgeport preventing tho rutting of tho surfuco at Conu Ho has built sornowhat over 70 tho turnout places for wagons and by miles of four inch macadam in and about that city relying on cloan sido retaining in the roots of tho grass sufll dent moiBturo to assist in cementing ditches for drainage Less than ono half of 1 per cent of this roadway has broken the whole into a solid mass A moderate uu ruber of ehado trees through on account of the thinness of along tho highways assists in preserv Â¬ tho road and that was ro pal rod by the ing tho surface of tho road by prevent Â¬ addition of tbreo inches more stone ing a completo evaporation of tho wa Â¬ Theso roads arotaid to havo lasted oven ter Their chief danger is tho possiblo in tho business portious of tho town disturbance of tho foundation of the for sovon years before it became uooes road by tho spreading roots of tho trees sary to rosurfoco them That is a little longer than a tolford road would have lastod under tho same trafllo as tho tol Bight In ford foundation acts as an anvil and the Thats where Dr Caldwells Syrup stones oro crush between it and the Fepstn la The greatest remedy for the wagon wheels stomach that was ovor pat together A Wars Friend Absolutely vegetable with the exception Foleys Colic Cure is very hot but Are you constipated of the Pepsin Thea try Syrup Pepsin Have you Indl when diluted it ia a warm friend Indeed getlM or sick headache Then us to those suffering from bowel complaints Syrup Papain Spend 10c for a trial bot It never falls 25c and 60c A R Fish Large er Cloverport j It A Shellman Staph U aid yc u will be cosvlaced aisM 50c ami 100 A true family ran easport Gordon 4 Hay nee Pates ville K A Witt Ha4lMburg ly At Ob O Martins Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Did you say that you were not feeling well and that your stomach was out of order Well then try a bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin and you re Constipation and indisure of relief gestion cured Sick headache cured Greatest boon to mankind and ia being appreciated by thousands 10c will vet vou a trial size bottle Larger sizes 50c and 100 OfChaH O Martin Â¬ ing considered desirable is a serious question and it is hard to specify a oer tain number of hours with a certain weigiit roller for a certain number of square feet of surfaco for all kinds of rock I bavo lately drawn up my speci fications to read that the foundation that ia tho earth surfaco after having been cut to the proper depth and tho soft places filled with sand or fine broken stone nnd each layer shall be roll- Â¬ ed with a roller of not less than flvo tons woight and sprinkled and said sprinkling and rolling shall continue until a wagon with two inch tires and carrying not less than two cubio yards of stone can bo hauled over it without making an appreciable rut Thero is no mistaking the meaning of tho olauso I always advocate a roller of not loss than flvo tone weight and prefer a horso roller If tho rock is an extremely hard material and does not biud well then a heavier roller can bo usod I may bo peculiar in my preferences but my oxperienco with extremely heavy steam rollers has not been all that could bo desired In most oases there is too muoh crushing of the material If the contractor possesses a heavier rollor than flvo tons and in my opinion tho ma terial can stand it he ia at liberty to go Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It Â¬ going to tho extreme in scroening Doubtloss Macadam and some of tho European engineers could succood in doing wlthont binder I supposo tires are much wider abroad than in this country and loads aro heavier and un der tho iufiuonce of tho trafllo and with constant repairs a road of fuir sized stones without binder ultimately becomes first clasa Horo we must face tho fact that tires are narrow and tho authorities will seldom spend 10 cents for maintenance inside of throo years Hinder is thoreforo a necessity But it is best if of tho samo material as the macadam My specifications generally call for throo layers the first of rock not moro than four inches and not less than two inches in any dimension This layer is to bo one half the total thickness of the fiuUbod coating Tho second layer is ono thlrd the thickuesa of the coating and of rock not more than two inches nor less than one inch in any dimension The third layer to complete tho coating must contain rock of tho same dimeuiions as tho seoond layer With respect to the proportion of the sizes the specifications call for no more fine stuff and dust than is unavoidable and for not less than 75 per cent of the rook in the second and third layers to oxoood an iuoh in every dimension and the pieces to bo us nearly as practicable cubical in shape Â¬ Â¬ ahoad My specifications insist upon an en tiro absence of clay and loam in the metaling but there is such a thing as The recent Commercial Convention in this city has brought to all the citizens of the state a realizing sense of the mu- Â¬ tual dependence of the city and state One of the delegates from Breckin- Â¬ ridge county made a very natural in Â¬ quiry of the city of Louisville upon tho floor of the convention Ho spoke for one of the richest counties in the state the county most closely connected with tho commercial interests of Louisville one of the most productive countiea in the state possessing the moat valuable asphaltic rock found anywhere It is difficult to securo an introduction of this commodity because most of the large cities are dominated by the Barber Asphalt Company one of the most ob- Â¬ noxious because one of the most ul scrupulous of many monopolies whose baneful influence is manifest in most of the cities of this country The delegate from Breckinridge in rising of tho iujuiry spoke not only for the producers in Breckinridge county he spoke for the taxpayers of Louisville The Evening Post has discussed hereto- Â¬ fore the the specifications approved by the Board of Public Works by means of which specifications the company using the Breckinridge asphalt has been ex- Â¬ cluded from the city of Louisville The Eyening Post is as much opposed as is the Board of works to the building of bad streets The citizens of Breckin- Â¬ ridge county do not ask the city of Louis- Â¬ ville to use inferior material The tax Â¬ payers have a-- right to require of their executive officers such rules and regula tions as will secure the most active com- Â¬ petition for street work Tho citizens of Breckinridge county have a right to ask of the city of Louisville equal opportu- Â¬ nity at least with the Barber mouopoly This subject is not closed by the for- Â¬ mal declaration of the Breckinridge Company that it would not under the present specifications bid for work in the city of Louisville It is a matter of thu first importance that this city should have a hundred miles of good streets The streets must be built not by bonds but by annual taxes To secure the greatest benefit to the community they must be built at the least possible cost If we are to turn the streets over to tho tender mercies of the Barber Asphalt Company we must chose one of two thlngaeither baukrupt tho city in build Â¬ ing the streets tbat we need or else con- Â¬ tent ourselves with one or two milea of street each year which will be about all wo can afford Â¬ LOUISVILLE I Market Choice country1 Elgin Creamery EGOS Reports BUTTER 1 JOHNsnN TT-II- T- llllmiini NAOCR r5L 5 iliian Joui sviLCE Ky m 12 A Dutschke WITH Son WAREHOUSE CO a 1017 17J BUCKNER TOBACCO iNCOKrORATED Fresh Hens per lb Spring chickens per lb Durks young per lb Turkeys live Geese per dozen Good middling COTTON rOUITKY 8J9 3133tt Chapel Street Ilet Alain und Market nnd 210 220 Tenth Strcot LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 2O0a3 C7 Special 0O 0J 0 07 fci9 7 Attention Given to Private Sales Independent Warchouso BUCKNEU TOBACCO AREIIOUSE A Four Months Storngo Free Mark yourhogshends Middling FIELD SEED Timothy per bushel Clover per bushel Crimson clover per bushel Red Top per bushel Orchard Grass per bushel Bluegrass fancy per bushel HAY GRAIN FEED 3 10a3 20 1 135 WILLARD W S MILLER HOTEL Jr Mgr 2 60 45 15al 20 85 Timothy No 1 Timothy No 2 Good bright straw CORN 1150al250 1050all60 4 00a5 00 Rates200and250 Best House in Louisville M M t M M M j No 2 Mixed No 2 White at store OATS 39 40 30 35 43 33 1 1 1 No 2 White No 3 Whito No 2 mixed Oats No 3 mixed Oats WHEAT MH c--i- V vj No 2 Long Berry No a lied No 3 RYE 03 03 01 No 2 Western KLOUR 70 0 60a7 00 Country a High Grade Patent Straight Patent Low Grades MISCELLANEOUS 6 25 450a4 75 1 Salt N O 7 bu bbl Molasses Sorghum Sugar gran per cwt Limw per bbl 6 44a6 50 3038 2830 80 10 Merchants Pont have your Printing done pf llllltll B Cementperbbl 7080 225a250 1 1 POTATOES Irish per barrel pew Sweet per barrel ONIONS in the citywhore i I 25 25 01 7 79 you have to help pay Per bushel new BACON Shoulders uiear rib slues Clear sides Sugar cured hams Lard in tierces HIDES A Qood Opinion Hauuktt Ky May 3 1898 J M Tindall of this place has a good opinion of the famous medicine Hoods Sarsapa arilla and is among those who are No 1 green salted per lb No 2 greon salted peril No 1 dry flint per lb No 2 dry flint per lb No 1 dry salted per lb No 2 dry salted per lb WOOL 15015 08 00 80 17017 15 13 009 High Renti High Gas Bills i High Coal Bills j High Power Bills i And every other expense attnohed to a cltyMn- Btitutlon PttronissB nn industry at home in your v H tK praising it in the highest terms He FEATHEIIS says it has been used in hi family as a Prime white goose per lb blood purifier and appetizer with excel- Â¬ Good white old goose per lb lent results and has relieved his wife of Dark and mixed old per lb 1100TJ nervous headaches to which she haa SenecaSnake been subject for many years Pink Yellow Wild Ginger fibre off M Haw Always Bought Wild Ginger fibre on Bm tli -Lady Slipper May Apple Unwashed per lb Burry black and cotted Good tub washed per lb Sheen skins Lambskins 10020 14010 30031 25060 20035 33013 28030 12020 20022 16 30 5 6 4 own county We have every facility for doing l your wirk that tho city offices possess and will do just as neat work Wer oounfry people our selves and take nn interest in making your print- Â¬ ing attractive and will appreciate your patronage Get our prices drop us a card THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS M yut relief Is obtained in ball tbat time by tho uso of One Minulo Cougb Cure It provunls coaaniptlcn and quickly currs cold Isgrippq croup brocbltls pneutuoaia muI all throat awl lung trouUUs Short One MInuto Is not long --M K OASTOXIXA J 3005 3J illSUILLAXEOUa Tallow per lb Prime beeswax per lb Prime ginseng per lb Dried apples per b Dried peaches halves per lb PURS 3103 24024 240j27O 1J01 33f To Coniumptivei As an honest remedy Foleys Honey and Tar does not hold out ialse hopes In ivanced stages but truthfully claims to give comfort and relief la the very worst cases and la eaily stages to effect a sure AKFisher Oloverpert R A Shell man Steptipaeport Gordon Haynee PateevtlMi X A Witt UariisMtar i Cy I raaMlFllaafcala jTjfri- - A Black skunk No 1 cased Short stripe skunk Long stripe skunk White skunk Raccoon No 1 large Mink No 1 large cased Grey fox No 1 largs cased Red fox No 1 large rasad Muskrat No 1 largo eased Opossum No 1 large eased Wild oat No 1 Umm mhJ House oat No 1 large cased Otter No 1 large BeYr Nol huge 00070 30040 20025 10 0EWM AT5lBKXI ilttNFrmK 5mm withÂ¬ cured out pAla look of mi tlClllAMMial ftIfKB i WMsWKAM 11 4S 515 om44MY eaodt9MSM OO iiHuyum SDH OAUDWICULS J PEPSIN INDtOKSTION II 4sv M fc4 ft1 ri - t A i E 3f tjUffi w -- j a y fe -- X V i i II ki - Judge William Ahl of Hardlnsburg came to the city ywtenlsy He waa here saved my Httlo girls lives when for thn purpose of inspecting Uoehtagn thoy had bridge and said in all probability It w II be necessary to rebuild it He will go to Mt Pisgah today to recelvo the bridge recently hullf thoro Mrs A H BEERS J F Uettmust representing the Galena Signal Oil Company of Frank- Â¬ Barnes N Y lin Pa spent Monday in the city He HALP SIZO DOTTLES joe has just closed a large contract with the Henderson Route supply them Breckenridge News with oil and was hero to inspect samo as to whether or not It mot with all require- Â¬ ments He found it to be giving porfect WEDENHDAY MAY 25 1898 satisfaction W J Richard of Hancock county I J was in the city yeBterday He said I have been absent from this town for over a year and tho roads are in such a fear- Â¬ ful condition that it is almost impossible for one to travel homo back This clearly shows that everyone should unite Mrs Willis Clark is quite 111 and see to it that the roads leading to Good roads benefit everybody this Iowa are put in a better state Sunday was a real summer day Mr and Mrs H W Ilerndon will your bread of Gregory Buy Gibson leave next week for Doe Run Sulphur Â¬ Ice cream and soda water City Bak Springs in Meade county where they ery will open a summer outing place known Your wool wanted M Hamman for the summer as Camp Ilerndon Bon Their daughters Misses Ellen Lettye Strawberries havo dropped to twonty and Wilda will accompany them to spend the heated term Louisvillo Post cents per gallon You who haye wool to be carded bring This is an exceptionally fine summer resort and the presenco of thrte Son it to us M Ilammau Henry Beaty has been appointed post Â¬ such charming young ladies as the Ilerndon slaters makes it still more at- Â¬ master at Aekins in this county tractive Agitato the working of roads and you will seo an increase of business GROVELAND Mr Mat Lockard is freshing up Vests store with a coat of light green paint Gus Allen went to Brandenburg SatJ E H Kingsbury has the contract for urday building the Fan Seed Mills for F T E K Srhulty passed through Satur- Â¬ Heyser day en route to Irvington The local frolght business on the Gus Bruner is having a nice house Henderson Route has wonderfully im- Â¬ built Contract was given to Jim proved Osborne of Guston When you are out shopping and want Jesse Willett who has been in very the purest grocer iea go to Gregory poor health for sometime intends to Gibsons make a short visit to Stephensburg Delicious sweet pickets the choicest Wilbur Sanders and Miss Mary Taylor in the market can be had at Gregory of Brandenburg were guests of Miss Gibsons Eula Jones Saturday night and Sunday Tobinsport farmers shipped sixty Andrew Carrico of this place is a boxes of strawberries to Owensboro member of the Meade county board of Monday examiners He is a deserving and proDr R L Newsom is having the Moor mising young man man homestead on Main street repaired A Sabbabh school here is on a boom and painted special study is being made of the Old Tow boat Coal Bluff passed up Sat- Â¬ Testament and historv in addition to urday with two model barges loaded the regular lessons with heavy lumber George Hayes was in town Sunday Tho most essential thing for the wel- Â¬ We learn that his brother Dee is some fare and prosperity of all in this town is whero about the neighborhood Like the construction of good roads the cape Verde fleet he is hard to locate Judge J R Dellaven who has been A meeting is being held at Rock Ridge confined to his home with a slight attack near here by Bros J 0 and J 0 Wil- Â¬ of malaria is rapidly improving lett It will probably continue through The river is rising very rapidly Since next week A gocd interest has been the big swell began she has gone up nine manifested ftet A world of coal is now being James Allen Bros J 0 and J 0 towed Willett E K Schultz and others will Having accepted the agency of the attend the ministers mooting atNolin Tell City Woolen Mills we now want all The crowds will niobiliz9 at Flaherty of your wool for roll carding M Ham Thursday morning at 10 oclock and man Son arrive at Nolin Friday morning Owen Keys of Lodiburg has moved The school teachers are making a new his family to this town and will occupy run now and report fine success We one of the residences belonging to H A hope that war will raise the teachers Oelze in Cow Heel salary in proportion to the tax It is the Have you been giving the bread ques- supposition that the educational laws tion any thought if not let us inform representing the attendance at schools you we are headquarters and can supply will be enforced this year Gibson tho best Gregory PROQRAM Lighthouse Tender Golden Rod a government boat passed down Monday She landed below the city to inspect the Of The County Sunday school Con- Â¬ government light at this place vention to be Held at Pleasant Henry Morton has improved the Grove Church Near Garfield surroundings of his mill by erecting a Saturday June now shed That portion of the town ia becoming quite a business center Devotional Exercises Co have placed a latum Music Gilmour Bros tobacco on the mark- Â¬ new brand of plug Welcome Address Warren Macy Response J II Ilerndon et The plug is named Plaudit and is Music as much of a champion as the famous A few voluntary reasons lorprait- Derby Winner Ing God lor the good of any Sunday school work In order for this town to be one of the School Reports best in the state everyonewbether in busÂ¬ Recess fot lunch iness or not all should unite themselves AFTKBNOON SESSION would be quite a together Then there Essay lite dot j ol the Primary teach change of affairs Miss Cola Drown er Song The special edition of the News hai Who doel the Sunday school work Sever enjoyed a very wide circulation O W Deard benefit al copies of the paper have been mailed I low can the work be advanced to Costa Rica and Honduras by Cary Simeon Payne Song Applfgnte of Owensboro The llible In the Sunday school is a washing powder It llev S V Kelly saves the rubbing of clothes and cleans County Organisation its claim needs etc Holt McGuDin them without wearing them out It is Election of officers the womans friend Costs 5 cents a All Sunday school Secretaries who Gibsons package atGregory While out strolling these warm sum Â¬ have not already done bo will please mer ovenlngs and you becoming fatigued have their reports ready for the conven- Â¬ A large delegation of Sunday from walking probably one of those tion school workers are expected refreshing and invigorating drinks from Y G Bahiiaok Cunt Hook the City Bakery will be helpful President Secretary The severe wind of Saturday lev led a great deal of wheat iu Skillmans bottom Big Shipment of Strawberries to the ground The cereal was heading beautifully and was beglnniuz to ripen The shipments of strawberries from The damage donewu quite heavy this city are growing to great propor- Â¬ Miss Ora Alexander who has been tions On Monday over 100 crates private ichoo closed last representing about 2000 gallons of the teaching wwlt Jjter term was a most successful luscious fruit were shipped to various GMirfilch was obfervant from the points The bulk of the fruit is going to p1Hla obtaining such high iaWllectual Louisville Owensboro and Headenon twining and some shipments have been made to The Sunday school conference of the Morgauflsld Tobinsport growers are ia Owensboro M E church meets at Gal the lead the largest shippers from that boon Ky June 2 John Burn super Â¬ side being W 8 Leaf and F M Polk intendent of the Methodist Sunday school of this city Is on the program for UNION 8TAR aa address The pMMBger business of the Ilea dstsoB Ret last Sunday was immense Mattinglys Photograph Gallery will About 25 perseae took advantage of the be at Union Star Friday May 27th All excursion rate to Louisville from this persons wishing pictures should call oh poiut and a large auMber of tickets were sae without delay Good work low Also sold to way tUtioos prices Satisfaction guaranteed Wm J Hattinqly George Greer who for several years tm been aeeoeiaiwl with the Hendema as enajsMW hat teadered his Xearly all the old machinery that was used in heriag for oil here was remeved Greek is ii Ivy yM ju llam Umia to Deerwill sink ayesterday Mr Floyd well This BMekiaery Masea iSWsjWJi elaPw4sPrS ifWK -- f iP ewf eW TswWf uters Ckcrri Pectoral resignation to take effect June 1 He will go to Nashville Tenn whore he has accepted a like position with the L CHILDRENS DAY Appropriately Celebrated at the Methodist Church Flowers Music and Bright Countenanced Made the Event a Happy One Last Sunday was an Ideal May day Nature had on her gala dress and was in her brightest and most Joyous mood It was fitting that such a day bo dedi- Â¬ cated to tho children and the prompters of tho Childrens Day exercises at the Methodist church should indeed bo proud of the unqualified success that crowned their efforts Tho auditorium of the church was beautifully decorated with rOBes and choice flowers These with the bright costumes of the children and worshippers made up a scene of beauty that inspired all with the joy of living The program that was rendered by the children was in keeping with the day It was mado up of songs and recitations that voiced the Bentlinent Sufler Little Children to Come unto Me The duett by the Mlssos Liz May and Florence Cottrell was the incarnation of beauty It was rendered with a fervor and spirit that shows both young ladies to be imbued with the true nrtlstic feel- Â¬ ing Tho recitation by Miss Mary Harris exemplified the possibilities of elocution and was highly appreciated by the audi- Â¬ ence as was also that of Miss Louise Babbage HARDIN8BURG Daputy County Clerk Clint Hook is on the sick list County Sunday School Convention Saturday June 4th Mr and Mrs It M Jolly Irvlngtoiiv were visiting here lost week Mrs GusShellman is In the country visiting her fathers family Miss Nancy J Williams of Uardstown Is the guest of Miss Irene Board PERSONAL MENTION I esM Msrlow went la Sample Tuesday Frank Ilaswell went to Hardlnsburg Sunday Mrs Wm Galloway spent Sunday at Irvington Mrs Wm Embry went to Holt Sunday evening was in the city Ill J II Ilunche ofCannelton day L V Ierkin of Irvingtoo spent Sunday In the city Daniel Dick of Addison was In the city yester day W J Mattlngly cane In Monday trom Iates villa Claude Mercer spent a lew houts fai the city Sunday Mr John Uiulc ol Henderson was In the city Sunday Courtney Long of Owensboro was In the city Saturday Mrs Alfred Oeln went to Louisville yesterday morning Miss Jennie Dates Hawesvllle Is visiting fiiends In the city J T Daniel and daughter Mus Leila have re Â¬ turned home Mrs Marion Ryan of Louisville la In the city with relatives Stanley Allen returned to Louisville Tuesday from Hawesville Jesse Wealherholt has almost recovered from a few days sickness Kenneth Kerry has returned to the city after an absence of a week Mr Tim Harman and wife ol Iatesvllle were in the city Sunday Mis Dr Smith has returned from an extensive visit to Louisville Genial S Iate Hardlnsburg was the Ruest ol rrsnk Payne Sunday Mrs Ilarkley Stephensport spent a lew days with relatives in the city Mr and Mrs Orfilo Dellaven came down from Holts bottom Monday Mus Lulu Owen has returned home after a two weeks visit at Louisville Benedict Deavln and wife of Hawesville wer In the city Sunday evening Edward Foote Owensboro wis a passenger on Mondays train for home Miss Allicne Murray of this city is visiting at Hawesville this week Miss Ruth Havnes has arrived home from a pleas ant visit to relatives in Sample Miss Stella Mullen has received a new bike and for an amateur rides well Conrtney Duncan who went to Louisville for medical advice has returned home V II Button bherilT of Ilreckenridge county passed through the city Monday Dr A A Simons and James R Sklllman went to Holts bottom Sunday evening V I Babbage and son Stewart and biljs Pate were visitors to the city Sunday Roland Smith the clever hotel man of Stephenr port was In the city last week Clarence Davis Irvington and Forreit Haynes Harned were In the city Monday Rev T V Joiner will preach at Holts Sunday morning and here In the evening Miss Emma Stitcshas gone to Nashville Tenn to spend a few weeks with friends Mrs KJ Dandy of Union Star was visiting hei daughter Mrs E A Klssjm last week Capt James Hennen one of the most clever boatman on the river visited this city Saturday Mils Floretla lluhr a Hawesville belle was a passenger to Louisville on the train jesterday Frank Mercer came down from Hardiniburg Sun- Â¬ He returned Tuesday day enroute to Louisville J II Livers of Mooleyville who Is connected with the Cincinnati Cooperage Company was here Sunday J W Dates of Hawesvllle was lathe city yes Â¬ terday He Is going into tho saloon business in that town Mr and Mrs William Deaven of near Hardlns- Â¬ burg were visiting their daughter Mrs RobU Polk Monday W E Washer and Chas Galligan two or Indianas prominent contractors were in the city Saturday Miss Nannie Brashear who has been visiting with lelatives and friends In West Ioint has re turned home Chinu Royalty one of this countys prominent He was Republicans was in the city Monday looking after fees Miss Bessie larboe had with her at home last evening to tea Misses Annie Hambleton and Nannie Brashear Mrs J 11 Stitesand Mrs K A Baldwin will attend the Quarterly meeting at Rome Ind next Saturday and Sunday Noba Iate Breckenridge countys cattle king He shipped a lot of cat Â¬ was in the city Monday tle to Louisville by boat Mrs Sam Stltes and sister Mrs George Miller and little son Edward Miller of Louisville spent Friday with Mrs J II Stltes Dr and Mrs C K Cox ofCannelton Ind were visiting relatives at their old home in Stephensport last week They were both enjoying good health Mrs John K Whiting of Boston Mass has ar- Â¬ rived in the city and will be with her sister Mrs David Van Alstine at the cottage lor a few weeks E W Bentley adjuster for the Continental In surance Company of Louisville was in this city yesterday inquiring Into the recent fire at Patesville Judge James Sklllman accompanied by his sliter Miss Elizabeth Sklllman were guests of Mrs Hen ncn at Kern Cliff Hawesvllle Monday even Â¬ ing Marshal Mitchell after a pleasant stay with hit parents Mr and Mrs MW Mitchell left Sun lie goes from there to Val day for New Albany paralso Ind to enter school AE Popham and James Lewis accompanied by the Missel Florence Lewis Alice Mattlngly aad Mrs Tula Mattlngly went to Hardlnsburg Friday to attend the funeral ol Ella Dillon Mr A A Hennen superintendent of the Cincin- Â¬ nati Cooperage Company came to the city from Hawesyille Tuesday He went to Hardlnsburg to look after the companys Interests In that section Mr William Beavin who has been In falling health for many years has under contemplation a trip to Hot Springs Arkansas He believes the tilpandviiit to the noted springs will bebeneRcal to him Miss Mabel Hall of Louisville Is the guest Of M Us Hall was tendered Miss Bessie Hambleton a bouse party on her arrival here at the Klihtr homestead The affair waa a delightful one and was greatly enjoyed by all present Mr and MrsS T Dejernette who have been living In Dalton Mo for the past three years ar rived In this city Tuesday morning They were Mr Dejernette said the enroute to Hardlnsburg crops la Missouri were ia fine condition and all the farmers are hopeful of a prosperous year vVsvatvvvv sVsV svsyvjyjymsv AN There is Comfort in m2miwM ssssssssssssssssssssbhIJF fSBfll WmiUaMM BsssHSasssf t t- I - JsaeYsssS Wfcooping cough Every Cup of Chase Coffee WHsai IM35iMifl mWTtlai trnaB Sanborn Local Brevities J Â¬ County Superintendent of Sunday schools V G Babbage addressed the congregation on the imporlanco of Sue day school work He pointed out the necessity of parents attending Sunday Bchool and said that their presence and co operation would make this feature of religious training more popular with the Ho illustrated his talk with children pointed anocdotes and his address was greatly enjoyed by all The Cubanquestion and political issues sink into insignificance with tho man who sutlers from piles What he most desires is relief DeWitte Witch Hazel Haynes Salvo cures piles Short DOLLAR WHEAT Big Buyers Contracting For The New Crop The wheat situation continues bright European and Argentine reports show a comparatively short crop and notwith Â¬ standing the fact that a large yield will be made in this country this year July and August deliveries are being contract- Â¬ ed for at stiff prices Jeff Hook one of the most conservative millers in the county says that wheat will be worth about 76 cents this year Union county is the banner wheat county of Kentucky and Clements are Newman Cambron the largest buyers there That firm has always been uoted for its good judge Â¬ ment and it made about 25000 ou last years crop It is understood that this firm is contracting for the new crop de- Â¬ livered at Uniontown at the basis of 1 and the indications are that the firm takes a reasonable view of the crop situ Â¬ ation ACREAQE CURTAILED And There Will be no Overproduction of Tobacco There are indications that the prices of tobacco will bo reasonably firm next year Those who are cryingoverproduc tion should know that the high prices being paid for wheat and other bread stuffs has caused an increased acreage to be planted in the cereal crops This will naturally affect the production of tobacco It Is the opinion of experts that the new crop will not equal that of 1890 Â¬ Â¬ Tne acreage in Breckenridge county has been matterlally reduced The warm weather of the post few days has been taken advantage of by our planters and a fair per cent of the crop has been set out Buying Cavalry Horses Will Smith formerly of Holts bottom Mr Smith holds was in tho rity Friday a lucrative position with the Marsden Cellulose Company at Owensboro but during the past few weeks bos been over a good portion of this state Indiana and Illinois buying cavalry horses He says that wheat prospects are brighter than in years post ie The Public Library has been opened at the drug Btore of Atnon Kincheloe Itev E N Metcalf and family were here lost week the guests of Rev H K Breeding Mr 8 Owen Cunningham returned last Saturday from a visit to her fathers near ChenaulU Mrs Pennington who has been the guest of friends has returned to her home at Owensboro Miss MollloGreenwell and Miss Sallie Osborne of Meade county were here last week visiting Mrs Oscar Burch Thn directors of the B N college met 1st Saturday and elected Prof J II B Logan principal of the col lego for tho en Â¬ suing year Mr Ed Goodman Is the first to bring strawberries to this market this season The berries are of Mr Goodmans own raising and are fine in quality Last Friday and Saturday were exam Â¬ ination days for teachers There was 42 present attending tho examination and applying for certificates to teach Notice Go to A A Richardson Gar Â¬ field for your millinery goods Hats trimmed in the very best style by a first class milliner Full line of fertilizer and wall paper All kinds of mercantile goods at the very lowest prices Dr Hart of McDaniels was in town one day last week Tne doctor besides being engaged in the practice of medi- Â¬ cine is controlling one of the largest farming interests in that section He said he had engaged in it pretty exten- Â¬ sively for several years for the reason that he was raised on a farm and liked the business Charles Mattlngly put his road ma Â¬ chine into service last week on the Louis-Â¬ ville road He will work it as far as Garfield He will then work all the public roads leading out of town as far as the district line extends It is his intention to get them all in good shape before the dry weatner seta in Will Lennon is handling the machine and he and Mr Mattingly think they will be able to put the roads leading out of this town in better condition than they have been for many years The books went out of the new library in a hurry lost week Some of the sub- Â¬ scribers being hardly able to wait until they could be opened up and Bhelved Good books are a good thing and very necessary in a community Much read- Â¬ ing sometimes makes folks very wise but if you get along in this country you must mix a good deal of common sense with your book learning A French writer has said that over culture with- Â¬ out practical experience weakens a man and unfits him for real life Mr and Mrs P Dillon have the sym- Â¬ pathy of the community in the death of their daughter Miss Ella which oc curod last Wednesday morning about MIbs Ella was about 18 years 8 oclock of age and very popular among her ac- Â¬ quaintances She had been ill since lost Christmas and her death was not unex- Â¬ pected There were times however when she seemed to improve and it was then that her family hoped that she might recover but the disease held on until the end came last Wednesday Mies Ella was a pleasant morning cheerful and bright young lady and numbered a host of friends The funer al rites took place at the Catholio church of whicli sho was a member lost Friday The pupils of tho B N college gave an entertainment at the City Hall lost Friday night funds to ho used in pur Â¬ chasing an encyclopedia for the use of There was not a large the college crowd present but there waa as many as could have been expected undei1 the short notice that was given The young gentlemen and ladles did very well in the several parts assigned them and we think this a commendible move in Prof Logan to get bis pupils out and ltt them tralu In this way Any simple exercise like this is a benefit to the young folks and a very pleasant diversion from the every day affairs of the time An enter Â¬ tainment on a much larger scale will be given during the meeting of the County Teachers Institute in August when it is expected the city hall will be crowded A CANARD No You Drink Nothing but the best grain colTee is roasted liatul picked free from dirt and gritty substance its bound to be good put up in bulk in air tight canisters and in one and two pound cans Have you ever tried it Given Away Free Abeautiful little booklctTlIE ORACLE a forecast of the future amusing to the old as well as the young Come and get one and see samples of Chase Sanborns Coffee SULZERS CHARRED EMBERS AND eVVVsy ASHES effort Outfitters for Busy House Cleaners Hon David R Murray honored The News has received an invitation through tho kindness of President Hobt N Cook of tho Bnrdetown Male and Female Institute to attend the com- Â¬ mencement exercises of class ninty eight June 2nd The cias address will be delivered by Hon David R Murray of this city and will bo a magnificent a Represents a Loss of Thousands of Dollars Destructive Fire Wipes Out Thriving Little Patesville pt Painful Accident Will Gibson who is employed at Hennlngs distillery on the The thriving little town of Patesville Chapin in Hancock county waa almost entirely Hardlnsburg pike met with a painful wiped out by fire at 1 oclock last accident Thursday While working around the shafting his arm got caught Wednesday morning The fire evidently started in the store in a pulley in such a way that it was Rosenblatt and be- Â¬ broken The member is slowly healing owned by Baker fore it was discovered the entire edifice The human machine starts but unco It spread to the adjoin Â¬ was in flames and stops but once You can keep it go- Â¬ ing blacksmith shop and from there to Soon all ing longeBt and most regularly by using general store Harmons De Witts Little Early Risers the famous three buildings were at the mercy of the of the little pills for constipation and all stom Â¬ firry element and the residents ach and liver troubles Short Haynes village seeing that the structures were to the doomed turnod their attention flouring mill couducted by Frank Arbra 0U m lms -and to the residence owned by Mrs Btan tbs Simon ton both of which were on fire By bard work they succeeded in quenching tho flames and saving these two buildings The fire was of mysterious origin The only persons that carried insurance were Rosenblatt Baker who conducted what was known as the Jew Store and their losses were fully covered by a thorough WANTED Three experienced andsecond and policy calling for 1X teachers as first third asslitants In the Cloverport High School No Mr Harmon lost everything that he other kind need apply Send credentials and rating of certificate In had He did not even save his wearing School Course the several branches of the Common Also name salary wanted Ad apparel and the ruins of what had once dress b E HANCOCK lrincipal bhephcrdsville Ky of the beat country stores in been one I wtnty or leu good stock cattle SALE this State represented a loss of 5000 welshing Irom 550 tr 100 Apply to 00 NOME IAIE to him He had Just received tllngly worth of new goods the day before the cow Anyone wishing u good milch OASTORIA Bl J WANTS Â¬ fire M ilch on imii It was due to the good work of neigh Â¬ bors that Mrs Comptons residence was 1astvkk not destroyed It caught fire from tho erport Ky igiiii wivcriwri iuw 50 acres of blue grass l jo per month J II Illy the Clov pasturage for other burning buildings All persons knowing themselves in Spectators say that had it not been for NOTICE to the undersigned either by note or account will please call and arrange same Our a providential change in the wind the old business must be settled We can be found at whole town would have been wiped the store of llcnon ill Is Co W It llowmer Son out V V dot Two Years Henry Johnson the negro who was charged with breaking into the house of Dr Owen of this city and robbing the latter of a fine gold watch was found guilty and was sentenced to servo two years In the penitentiary at Eddy villa by He was taken to the Judge McBeatb pen by Sheriff V B Burton who lelt this city with the prisoner Wednesday evening writes I have used DeWitte Little Early Itistrs ever since they were introduo d here and must say I have never used any pills in my family during forty years of house keeping that gave such satisfactory Short results as a laxative or cathartic Haynes Improving Oakland Levi Tyler a most progressive farmer has purchased the Tydlngs place at Irv- Â¬ ington Mi Tyler Is making extensive Improvements on the property and has erected a large amount of new fence rhe estate is called Oakland and In a few years in will be one of the most beautiful places In Kentucky S C P Jones Mllesburg Pa yfSfSSSSS T DutRTTKVil t9 U tTnllHIirl has COl M Itlot KOIIM4L aWManfTlTbC KfdLlsfsrl EWKITIttV1rlihiraL MlCMsjTiTU KCMCH Lam ajMiirr laririillfN safciriiftstV3 IMflMlRf tt tat tu4T5e TTs UllwT I It Osr AfWMf MtwdfoatUe rUBtU mtetsMf psMSJM a Mf BlMttUft Biiri irlarj sloublnl la r Li T KmA 4W aus tSffsarV tan I die isalaBuiSh ttriliaaaOHOftTHAMtsLkUl w assaeasu sv m Mrksn nfsWtj ataah MsMtaaiia l MaM ik ike eitM irvesj Ml UOlBXiisLCU iiti r a rNrsssl wteafXtft Htci tamtam arm t 4 renea frivatelf I a4 tsswrsl im sssVtTeftl ft ntrisk4 l4few4 lviuUa What Shall i Be Done FOR THB DELICATE Q1RL I THINK 534 7 Property Destroyed By Fire at Victoria lOFIT You have tried Iron and other tonics But she keeps pale and thin Her sallow complexion worries you Per-9 haps she has a little hacking couch also Her head aches t and she cannot study Give Jt I scons nwtsios body j the glycerine will soothe her cough and the hypophos phltes will give new power and vigor to her nerves and brain The oil will feed her wasting su MVORXA cannot Never say you take cod liver oil until you have tried Scotfs EmuWofi You will he obliged to change your opinion at once Children WMelaHy become very fettd of It and Infants do not know whea It b added to their food SCOTT Cxtftitc MWP Chwliti Kw Yatk fj t I Both the Owensboro and Liulsyllle dally papers published dispatches this week to the effect that the coal tipple and 600 tons of coal at the Victoria mines bad been burned entailing a loss of about 5000 The report was false and it evidently sprung from the Are fact that Joe Friel halsat The Public Verdict to an enormous pile of biush and It is a womans duty to look attractive old logs at the mines and it was tho sod there is nothing that enhances the of the light on the clouds that appearance of the fair sex more than a gave birth to the story of the fire stylish hat or bonnet Gloverport ladies should congratulate themselves that MAY BUY FRANCHISE their leading milliner Mrs II V Dun Â¬ can is a lady of taste She understands Arid Construct Water Works and the art of trimming and decorating fem Â¬ inine head gear Her taste and judge Â¬ Electric Light Plant ment fs perfect and when she selects her goods she sees to it that they are A prominent Louisville promoter has what the season snd good taste demands interested himself ia a scheme to form a The ladles who patronise her cater to company at that phvee for the purpose of their own beet interests buying the franchise for a water works AeHvHyta Ltmfcw and electric light plsBt both to be erect The movement of Lumber bas begun ed lu tilts city If he snoceeds he will be a bidder at the next eonnell meeting mi the Hendsroon Rotate aad the firs for the franettlse and If he assures U sonalgnment el sevety lve eat of hard will begin tbe eenstrnstlon of Umm In- - wood Umber to Oweasbofo was made SQJSAUaUssasatsBSsaW tMalcSsat ttk week I BREAD TICKETS FOR Keep the system in perfect or- Â¬ der by the occasional use of Tutfs Liver Pills They reg- Â¬ ulate the bowels and produce Perfect Health 25 Cents I 1 1 i i For sick headache malaria I A Vigorous Body bil- - CHY BAKERY r iousness constipation and kin- dred diseases an absolute cure TUTTS Liver PILLS fotMsrettCMWttMltfls - M Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAY 26 1898 wv W - T p jr yMfurrtrg1 iiwiwipwiwtwiiwiwni bii umyn iwiilwmilWPM Jlll Jl -- fcfcMMMli I I I II WOMANS WOED A Girl who Rails Been struck but cadi spnng R blossoms forth anew aa regularly as nature her Â¬ self goes in for rejuvenation Its longev Â¬ Â¬ SAVE OUR LIFE Do Not Neglect the Kidneys and Bladder Disorder ol theso important organs causes Brights disease rheumatism pain in the back dropsy and other troubles Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your kidneys and bladder before you realize that anything serious is the matter Often these organs are neglected until that awful malady Brights disease has fastened upon you and death awaits its victim Many miraculous cures have been wrought by a course of treatment with Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These tablets are put up in the shape of a kid Â¬ ney bean and the formula has been pro nounced by the best physicians of mod- Â¬ ern times to be the most direct in action on the kidneys of any remedy known to medical science You can eat these tab Â¬ lets as you would candy Send for free booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all druggists or sent on receipt of prire 60 cents and 1 Dr N 0 Davis Frankfort Ind In FUoe 61 Violets a Whole Munic- Â¬ ipality in Idaho Bringing Out theLines The Girl Queen of Holland Like Bnnquos Ghost A Prominent English Woman in India Horseback Riding is Popular A bright faced girl presides over tho contours ho presents do nltproOflto very For thoso who aro tired of violets evon of tho best Parisian manufacture aro provided pretty wreaths and bunches of purplo hluo iris hyacinths ragged sailor blooms periwinkles whito and lilao stocks primulas and Scotch bluo bells Primulas of French look very pretty in artificial form and tho foliago is decorative Sprays of shaded nastur tium blossoms in velvet aro very often Been on French hats and bounots tho flowers as a rulo veiled with brown green or black tullo A harmony in green and whito for a summer hut is charming only very delicate foliago being employed such as maidenhair fern shamrock clover leaves creeping charlio in shaded velvet and tullo for tho green portions and lilac sprays silk chonx rosebuds mountain daisies ostrich plumes dog blossoms and haw Â¬ thorn for tho white garnitures Â¬ Â¬ imbittcrod by tho humiliation her hus band Bubjcotod her to during thoir early Onco years of struggling for fortune when I asked for 2 cents ho would not givo it to mo until I explained that I needed a yeast cako sho said and tho pain of that oxerieiico and many similar ones never left lier heart It is u pity that some self mado men did not loso tho pattern before they completed tho job It is sometimes imnecew ary for a ricli man to boast that ho is self made Wo would all know without being told that God liad nothing to do with it What shall it profit a man if ho gain tho wholo world and slay tho boul of his wife Ella Wboolcr Wilcox in New York World Â¬ Wife of a Self Made Man Tho wifo of a wealthy Mslf mado man onco told mo that her wholo lifo was destinies of Kendrick Ida as mayor Sho did not leading a host of offonded femininity assault tho battlements of man and wrest from him municipal power Sho was oloctcd by tho people all tho poople and no votors over in trusted such power with so much confl douco both in tho ability and the intent of tho recipient thereof to faithfully and honestly dischargo tho onerous duties pertaining to public offlco Search tho world over and it is doubtful if a parallel cato will be found In the heyday of maidonhood with tho gayeties and the frivolities of the springtime of lifo spread out before her Hiss Jessie Parker for such is tho name of Kondricks mayor eschews them all and assumes the perplexing oares oon neoted with the administration of tho af- Â¬ fairs of a young western municipality with sidowalks to bo laid streets to bo improved buildings constructed and frequent and bothersome- meetings with men who present all sorts of schemes for city advancement from sawmills to railroads Trials and tribulations con Â¬ front this maiden mayor but sho has entered into tho dischargo of her duties with a vim Miss Parker is a vory prepossessing young woman with just enough dash to color her dignity With 23 years to her credit sho bears all the freshness to which her ago entitles her and above all sho possesses a keen intellect with admirable faculties of discernment All tbeso attaimnonts wero wolghed when Hiss Parker was nominated It must bo borne- in mind that in Idaho whero beautiful valleys bcribbon tho sun scorched sagebrush plains and tho jack rabbit aud mining promoter hold high carnival women aro entitled not only to partioipato in politics but to vote Â¬ - groat things for a further revelation such as a truo sonso of truo beauty would bring about Thoro is said to be now a reaction taking place throughout tho world and peoplo aro beginning to appreciate tho spirituality which is beneath every Â¬ thing that is worthy and good Art in dress should not bo considered moro ig- Â¬ noble than art in other things Now is tho time if ever for the apostlo of art in dress to present that art to tho world to reveal its inward spirituality through its outward form If there is an ossen tial truth to bo expressed in dress and it can bo presented to tho poople they will bo touched by it as peoplo ore touched by all truth It is just possiblo however that there are Philistines who might consider a party of draped ladies bringing out tho lines of their con tour fumiy Possibly in ancient Grooco thoro wero no overdeveloped matrons and undevel- Â¬ oped maidous but it is moro probablo that tho world being pooplodwith flosh and blood then as now and women bo ing very much tho samo kind of women they were not all beautiful and that many Mrs Achilleses confided to their friends that many Mrs Ajaxes wero the homeliest women they had ever soon and how they ever managed to get hus Â¬ bands they for their parts really couldnt telL Undoubtedly there wore many Greek women who longed for reform in dross somothing truly artistic and con- Â¬ tour concealing Now York Times Â¬ yond tho pale simply bocauso thoro is nothing olso ready to answer the prociso purposes sorvod by ono and tho other Tho capo is at its best in early spring when wo are weary of our furs and heavy winter coats and prudonco still forbids the possibility of dpfllng all de-Â¬ scriptions of outer garments for good and all Ilcnco tho great utility of tho capo It is a garment especially adapted to tho requirements of tho matron who seldom cares to venture out on figure but who feels tho heat qui to as much as if not moro than the younger generation What our grandmothers must havo Buf fered in their heavy mantles of Bilk and tnatelaaso weighted with fringes and bugles galore when days wore hot and fashion had not introduced tho new ubiquitous capo can better bo imagined than described Nowadays it is tho easiest thing in tho world to modify tho prevailing fash Â¬ ion to suit ones own particular fancy For instance the matron who tends to embonpoint will be wise to oschow tho voluminous frills and outstanding efloots which prevail on the modish garments of tho momont and add an inch or two to the length of her flounces whereas tho taller matron who has kept her slender uess will dd well to adopt tho full do greo of elaboration suggested by tho best models Pittsburg Dispatch Prominent Kpgllh Woman In India Tho London Chronicle gives an inter Â¬ esting account of thlifo of Lady Fhear who died recently In 1805 sho married Justice Pheor of tho high court of ju- Â¬ dicature Calcutta residing at Bally gungo in that city until hor husbands retirement in 1870 The Pheara dis pensed much kindly hospitality not only to Europeans out to natives which last duty Anglo Indians aro not always ready to fulfill Lady Phoar was a con Â¬ sistent friend and odvocato of tho education of nativo womon and endeared herself to thorn by hor many efforts to advanco tho movomont On her retire- Â¬ ment from tho secretaryship of tho Hindoo Mahlla Bidyalaya sho received a handsomo present Hindoo women as sembling in largo numbers at n mixed party in hor honor This is bclioved to bo tho first occasion when Hindoo wom- Â¬ en in Bengal had over broken through their rulo of seclusion Lady Pheor on her husbands retire- Â¬ ment to Exmouth gradually took up tho threads of a largo amount of social and political work into which sho in Â¬ fused interest and vitality inducing others to follow her and lend thoir aid Sho started university extension leo tures keeping up two courses by means of a house to houso canvass for tho sale Sho was tho first and only of tickets woman momber of the Exmouth school board and in 1803 sho was re elected at the head of tho poll and only on account of her sex was not elected to tho chair Sho warmly advocated womens suf Â¬ frage assisted to form tho local Wom- Â¬ ens Liberal association and was president of tho Devon Union of Womens Liberal Associations Lady Phear was also an admirablo housekeeper carrying her gift of organization and grasp of dotail into all her home arrangements JL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ity results largely no doubt from its great convenience As with tho blouse wo find it hard to put tho capo quite be fiW4W O CSsO A sV There is going to bo a war right in this town and we will bo in the thickest of the fight from the jump Wo aro lined up strong on everything and will always have a complete stook of HAMILTON BROWN OOS PAE PAMED BOOTS and SHOES which wo buy for cash If you want to get tho benefits of this flght call on Has done her level best to crush the insurrection in But the mighty I is bound to I T spirit of prevail LIDELrfi I 1 war ueciarea CUBA M il 1 rtfcArtwy IDC DTV GEO YEAKEL BRANDENBURG wiliTJoTfioir ttntyto tfo nut at present there ore moro than enough unmarried men in tho militia to meet all require Â¬ ments Tho board of trustees of tho Univer Â¬ sity of Pennsylvania has decided to of Â¬ KENTUCKY Co mmmmsmmtmm88m3mm We Have Business Sense Enough to know that when we work in tho interest of our customers we advance our own prosperity fer undergrudnato courses for women in every way oqual to thoso now open to men and which are to lead to the samo degrees now given to tho lattor Btudonts Buskin says that if in tho courso of war in plaoo of destroying housos and laying wasto fields tho ladies china was broken up war could not exist in any civilized country over a week - - Our Louisville Buyer Works iu the interest of our customers by keepinp a close watch up- Â¬ on the New York and Louisville wholesale markets and picking up bargains Hn buys a lot of goods at a sacrifice from jobbers who want cash These gooda are shipped to our store aud aro sold at prices ranging from 10 to 60 per cent less than they can be bought id other stores Tho woman who dollghts in telling how sho would liko to make men stand around is not very likely to havo a chance of displaying her powers on a husband at least Tho national sufTrago bazaar appoint Â¬ ed to bo hold in Philadelphia next December has been given up on account of tho war Â¬ Shirts Shirts 1 1 Shirts For Warm Weather 1 Mrs Anna L Diggs has been duly installed as state librarian of Kansas THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be Curod Made in the comfortable negligee style The Girl Qneen of Holland Paris is in lovo with the quoen of the Netherlands sonifies A Victory For the Women Tho London Methodist Times says Nothing in tho recent county council election was more gratifying to honest and virtuous citizens than tho fact that tho advocates of social purity wo might indoed say of honest decency were in all instances returned by increased and iinmcnso majorities The prowling prudes and Puritan faddists somoof whom hod actually been placed in blacklists may well thank God and toko courage Once more tho representatives of intemperance vico and gambling havo received a sound thrashing in Loudon In London wom en vote Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MISS JESSIE PAKKKR MAYOR Early Tomatoes Early tomatoes liko early strawber Â¬ ries aro apt to bo flavorless At this timo of tho year they aro better for cooking purposes than later when they are really a luscious fruit Fried tomatoes or tomato farcies aro both ac ceptable dishes at tho moment A good recipe for tho latter is to cut tho fruit in halves remove part of the pulp and fill them with a dressing mado of fluo bread crumbs grated iarmesan popper and salt with if liked a few finely chopped mushrooms Tho tomatoes aro then baked on a buttered tin and served with or without a brown sauce Â¬ Â¬ Young Women Han a Dog Show Tho society young women of Grand Rapids havo for thrco years given a suc Â¬ cessful tench show and thoir third an Â¬ nual exhibition held lust month cleared about 1000 Tho young women who planned theso popular shows call them selves the Butterfly Bench Show asso- Â¬ ciation of Grand Rapids and they apply their profits to maintaining n frco bed in a hospital and assisting tho sick poor of their city Â¬ Strawberry Mash A glorified form of strawberry mash is made us follows Pick three pounds of ripe strawberries and mush them with a wooden spoon together with ono pound of hie sugar tho juico of u lemon and a few drops of carmine Rub this through a hair sieve and udd a pint and a half of btifliy whipped cream Freeze buried in ice und suit for two hours and whilo for a year they havo exercised tho fruuehiso outsido of school positions nono of them has held offlco Miss Parker is tho first Miss Parker talks very interestingly about her campaign and her plans for tho future When tho question of my candidacy was first broached sho said talking with a mixture of tho debonair of tho collego girl and tho crafty satisits faction of tho successful politician vory boldness staggered mo I really stammered my surpriso and awkwardly asked for time Rut as I thought over tho matter my self possession returned I reasoned it all out and finally deter imned to allow my name to bo used but when tho delegation of ladies and gen Â¬ tlemen waited on mo for my answer I experienced much tho feelings of tho graduation girl when sho faces her ad Â¬ mirers to demonstrate her fitness for tho honor about to bo conferred upon her and when they went outsido and tho air rang with cries of Hurrah for Hiss Parker our noxt mayor I und all that 6ort of thing I shrank back in horror and then I realized more than over that I was only a girl until tho thought coursed through my fovcrish brain that after all womans sphere did not embrace politics How awful it all seemed with youugmen and old charging through tho streets crying Hurrah for Purkerl And then I imagined I could hear some of them in a fit of ubsentmindednobs do mand in stentorian tones to know What is tho matter with Parker and to hear proclaimed with equal vohemenco thut Hes all right It was torriblo But after a timo I became moro calm and even laughed at my fears I was no lon Â¬ ger a weak girl but n woman filled with all tho aspirations that may fill tho breast of any ambitious daughter of Iduho Emboldened by tho reaction I mado a vow to face it and I did Hiss Parker was elected as an inde Â¬ pendent on tho first Tuebday in April and has taken hold in u manner that fully justiflos all tho claims of hor supÂ¬ porters Now York Herald Â¬ Â¬ 1 er was before upon a throne Wilhol mina seems rich in that joy of life which constantly eluded her two brothers Sho promisos to carry hor scepter as sho might boar a rose Her carriage is singularly freo and gives tho impression of growth still going on She is vory well formed has well shaped fea Â¬ tures a complxoion that would beautify any faco fino blue eyes aud golden hair that forms a nimbus round her head Ono can seo that sho is sensitive and impressionable But tho placid conditions of lifo in the Netherlands havo not weighed on her Great care was taken to dovolop bodily strength Sho skates as only a Dutch girl can is on accomplished equestrian plays lawn tennis and is up to all tho athlotio ac complishments of a girl of tho period save cycling The line was drawn at the bike which was thought undigni fied aud clangorous One can hardly sup poso sho would take it up after hor swearing in as sovereign This ceremo Â¬ ny will come off in September and tho most worthy regent will step from be- Â¬ fore tho young queen to hor side Wllhelniina in spito of her light green Bilk dress so provincial in its general air looked captivating as she stepped tho other morning from tho rail Â¬ way train that brought hor to Paris That ovent took place at 8 oclock Sho was rosy as tho dawn and with no rudo flush Her gladsome countenanco contrasted with tho placid faces behind her and before her on tho platform Sho stopped down with a springy step Nothing could bo moro girlish and loss missish than her bearing and still it seemed mode up of easy dignity The absence of poso was very charming Any other girl of 18 must havo boon at a fearful disadvantage in that green dress green tippet lined with ermino and green capote bonnet mado up into a point with a whito aigret on tho summit But who could think of tho attiro when tho young faco and figure expressed so much spirit beauty ami able girlish feoling happinoss and Paris Cor London Truth health Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lifes delightful morn as it nev and no wondor She per- Â¬ Â¬ An Eminent New York Chemist and Scien- Â¬ The Cape I Like Banqnoa Ghost spring tho capo presents itself to our notice in some shapo or another Each autumn wohenr that its last hour has It is remarkable to noto how every mi Uncla JT SBPBBlSBFjSMjgspBa sV KsalffKsgSr Sam Says This is Mr Americas Greatest Medicine bmW It will Sharpen Your Appetite ffl tfH III fl Purify and Vitalize Your Blood Overcome That Tired peeling Get a bottle of Hoods Sarsaparllla and begin to take It TODAY and realize the great good it Is sure to do you frill U Hoods Sarsaparllla XUelBC All drunfUU leai At Orett llrloglng Oat the IJnes That awful problem or that thing which peoplo choose to cousidor an aw Â¬ ful problom tho matter of womans dress was brought up in Sorosis talk upon art by Mrs Hester H Poolo When women havo a truo bouso of true beauty said Mrs Poolo making a reÂ¬ mark which has pcrhups been made before they will bo walking exemplars of truth and beauty When wo havo put art into womans dress sho went on wo will have something that will bo dnrublo in all times and in all seasons Art in dress will bring out tho lines of contour Oh I dont want my lines of contour brought out I groaned a thin little womuu to her noxt neighbor Mis Poole however appeared to havo no concrete ideas of what tho ideal costume should be so for some time Soro sis and the woman of today will bo able to present her contour to tho world only through the medium of a tailor made gown and according to the tailors ar tistlo ideas of what an artistio figure should be And this Is truly very fortunate for tho world Tho tailor in his art is not able to eatirelr ooaoelntwAnd the lI could iee no Improvement whatever though I constantly treated with sprays aim washes and diner ent Inhaling remedies In fact I oould feel that each winter I wi worse than the year previous Finally Tt was brought to my notice that Catarrh was a blood dlncaie and alter think tag over the matter I aw It vrasunreaionable to expect to be euied by reinedle which only reached the surface 1 then decided to try 8 a a and after a t ew bottles were uied I no- tloed a perceptible improvement Continuing the remedy the disease was forced out of raj yitem and a complete cure was the refulL I advise all who havo this dreadful disease to abandon their local treatmentwhich hasBeve done them any good and take 8 8 8 a rem Â¬ edy that can reach the disease and cure it Catarrh is ono of tho most obstinate diseases und hence tho most difficult to get rid of There is but ono way to euro It Tho disease is in tho blood and all tho sprays washes and Inhaling mixtures In tho world can havo no permanent effect whatever upon it Swifts Spe ciiio cures Catarrh permanently for it ii the only remedy which can reach tho disease and force it from the blood Mr B P McAllister of Harrodsburg Ky had Catarrh for yours Ho writes Foul Smelling Catarrh ra tist Makes a Free OfTer to Our Readers Tho distinguished New York chemist T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ ery of a reliable and abcolute cure for Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis and all bronchial throat lung and chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal affections general decline and weakness loss of flesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ ing away will send THREE FREE BOT Â¬ TLES all different of his Now Discov-Â¬ eries to any afflicted reader of the Breck BNniDOE News writing for them His New Scientific Treatment has cured thousands permanently by its timely use and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity IIorMback Riding I Popular Principal among the amusements of to donate a trial of his infallible cure Science daily develops new wonders tho smart set at this timo of year is driving or riding Tho cross country and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ runs began some time ago and the menting for years has produced results hunting colony has gone in for its fa- Â¬ as beneficial to humanity as can be vorite sport with the usual enthusiasm claimed by any modern genius His as- Â¬ but there are still a lot of fashionable sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ folk in town so thoro must noods bo riding and driving going on horo in tho tion are curable in any climate is proven filed by heartfelt letters of gratitudo city Horseback oxerciso soems to have re- Â¬ in his American and European laborator ceived a now impetus this season and ies in thousands from thoso cured in all there aro many moro equestrians to bo parts of the world seen every afternoon than there wore a Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ year ago Tho riding academics have chial chest and luug troubles lead to been well putronized and it has boon which uninterrupted deomod necessary for all tho young girls Consumption to bo carefully instructed as to how they means speedy and certain death Simply writo to T A Slocum M 0 shall hold tho reins sit thoir horsos eta and ono of tho prottiost sights in 08 Pine street New York giving post Central park is when a class of tbeso office and exDreBg address and the free young girls is taken out for tho after Â¬ medicine will be promptly sent Suffer- Â¬ noon ride Ono or two instructors aro ers should take instant advantage of his all that aro nooded for eight or ten girls but these instructors havo thoir hands generous proposition Please tell the Doctor that you saw his full kooping tho class in order Ono girl will insist upon dashing ahead in a offer in the Breckkniudoe News mad gallop just when tho others havo Cosmo Buttermilk Toilet Soap makes declared themselves too tired for any Â¬ thing but a walk the skin soft white and healthy Sold Smart and absolutely satisfactory aro everywhere tho turnouts that are to bo seon at tho correct hour and quito correct thoy aro in every appointment ono horse in tho road wagon a runabout with tho new Â¬ est of harness everything in spick and span order from tho dashboard to tho whip and the girl driving tho trap in such irreproachable tailor mado gowns The Leading Specialists of America Now York Press 20 YEARS IN OHIO An Important Boom 250000 CUBED Tho sewing room will bo tho most important ono in tho houso for tho next WE CURE EMISSIONS two months and the sewing room screen Nothlnir CAn La mora demorallitaff to Â¬ will bo found to bo the most useful ar young or middle aged men than the pres They ence of theee nightly loue rangement in tho world Tho screen produce weaknen nervounem a roeune framo should bo of white enamel and of diieuit and a whole train o uraptomi Tboy unni a man tor Dutinee marneu finished with denim to match tho room No matter lifo and social happineu decorations On tho crosspicco near tho whether cjiummI hv evil hahlti in youth natural weakneu or sexual exeeraea our bo driven to hold top brass nails may Hew Metnod Treatment Trill poiiureiy tho sdooIs and tho remaining spaces fill euro you ed with bags for all the paraphernal ia NO CURE NO PAY necessary in tho work A tablo may bo Header Ton need lielo Earlr abuse or I mado by erecting a shelf on tho cross Â¬ exceoi may nave vreaiteneu you picco of ono panol a portfolio may be exposure may have diseased you You I are not eafo till cured Our New Method I added for writing materiuls on another will cure you You run no mik brass hooks on which to hang special bags or neodlo books scissors etc may CURED bo fastened in the frame Necessities as Younar Man Yen ure nnle feeble I ana naggarut nervous irritanie ana ex thoy prosont thomselves will suggest You become forgetful morose citable other additions to this convenient ar Â¬ and despondonti blotches and pimples I oyes vrnnaieu raoe noopuiiii sunken rangement Chicago Tribuno downcast countenanco reveal I form of light but durable fabrics is what you We have an immense want just now variety suitable for dress or working wear Your own price is quoted First last and all the time we arc and progressive Clothes Help Make the Man A well dressed man almost invariably We can fit creates a good impression men of all sizes with everything needed We keep from a hat to a pair of shoes the nobbiest line of Clothing in this section and though the dogs of war have been turned loose it does not aflect our prices Â¬ Remember that our Mr Jacobs acts as a bargain hunter at New York and Louisville for our customers Ladies Knit Vests Of every description are kept in stock All our goods in this line are suited to the seas- Â¬ I ATV on and are the most healthy and economical underwear that can be worn in this weather JACOB MEYER KY 4 BIG SPRING DEKK KWIMre Â¬ GREAT i REMOVAL SALE About the 1st of July we ex- Â¬ pect to have our new store- Â¬ house completed and for the ee ioic iinxisis iiAi at unjo uv Hill uilwl goods at greatly reduced prices - 250000 and iii Â¬ Specific is a real blood remedy and ouros obstinate deep seated diseases which other remedies have no effect whatever upon It promptly reaches Catarrh and never fa Is to cure even the most aggravated awe To continue the wrong treatment for Catarrh is to continuo to suffer Swifts Klegant Cycling note Oyollng hoso this year aro more elo gout than evor before In tho first place tho body of tho stocking must bo pluiu in color for tho swell cyclist but tho turnover may display plaids or stripes in guy colors and still bo in good taste Tho handsomest aro of plain heavy black and blue silk with turned over tops in red blue and gold stripes In a beautiful quality of lislo thoso designs also appear Tad la Swell MUlteery Ouo of tho latest fads in swoll milli nery is the use of a tortoise shell comb or ono of metal for trimming purposes The hat seems a strong plaoo to wear a comb but fashionable womon aro doÂ¬ ing it just tho same Those hat combs are lncrusted with rhiuestones and mock gems ia every Imaginable color Â¬ tao niurht ot yoqr existence PRODUCE TAKEN if HIGHEST MARKET Va mnttnr lintv sertnns VOnr CSSO may I be or how long you may have w 1 1 our I liiiVf JIKTUOD TKKArj cure It Tho wormy veins return in I their normal condition ana henco thtil sexual organs receive proper nouruu 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