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WIIWIINW - IfTYjt VOL XXII BElCKlNKIDClE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE Royal make the food part whotejon and dtllclouf - 1 1898 NO 46 THEY CALL HIM DEWEY ft 1 THEY ARE THERE Commodore Schley Has Seen Gevefas Squadron DOUBT NO LONGER EXISTS The Dons Are Securely Corked Up In Santiago Harbor NOT ABLE TO DO ANY HARM There Is Little Likelihood That They Will Ever Escape OPERANDI IS Chicago May 28 A private cable from a tellable person In Port au Prince dated May 25 asserts that he had positive Information at that tlmo Admiral Cerveras fleet was in tho har- Â¬ bor of Santiago de Cuba May 28 The situation In Madid Spain Isqulrturthun It wns but never Â¬ theless tho defeat of Admiral Cervora would easily Imperil the existing order of things In favor of tho Carllsts and Republicans EXACT SITUATION Slay lln Made Known lu h Very Short Time Key West May 27 The general sit- Â¬ uation In Cuban waters has been fully confirmed by dcflnlto nowa received I H B K hero from the American squadron op- Â¬ erating there Commodore Schley Is believed to bo off Santiago do Cuba and dcflnlto In- Â¬ formation as to the exact situation In Â¬ Admiral Cerveras sofar as YET UNKNOWN squadron It affectsexpected any time MODUS may bo Rear Admiral Sampson is In a posi- Â¬ tion to proceed quickly to the assist Â¬ ance Commodore Schley with any It is Not Relieved the Spanish Admiral Will Attempt to Leave The or all of his ships on receipt of dcflnlto of Harbor and Thus Insure the Destruction of Numerous Lives as word from Commodore Schley and at remains within the same time Well as His Vessels But it is Thought He May in His Despera Â¬ striking distance he Havana of If however Commodore Schley re- Â¬ tion Blow up His Ships to Prevent Their Being Captured and ports that Admiral Cervera Is bottled Â¬ Operated With Old Glory Floating Over Them which will Cer- up at Santiago de Cuba the naval view Is that ho will be permitted to finish tainly be the Case if They Remain in the Harbor the business at that point with the ships now under his direct command Washington May 30 The navy deÂ¬ partment received at 1230 oclock Monday morning a dispatch from Commodore Schley stating that the Spanish fleet Is In the bay of Santiago de Cuba and that he has seen and recognized the vessels Commodore Schley has not only his own Bquadron but one or two vessels besides at his command and It It not believed to be possible for the Span Â¬ ish admiral to escape with his fleet either by day or by night No Information is obtainable as to the intentions of Commodore Schley Whether he will endeavor to force an entrance to the bay and seek a battle with the Spanish squadron Is not known but such a course at present is not regarded as likely It would be the better In the opin Â¬ ion of naval officials tp keep jCervera and his vessels safely In thb harbor where they are as absolutely useless as they would be at tho bottom of the sea Assurance is now doubly sure that the Spanish fleet Is bottled up and that the cork is In the bottle It Is not believed that Admiral Cervera will attempt to escape from tho predicament In which he now fluds himself as such a course would surely result in the destruction of his vessels and the loss of many lives precious to Spain The suggestion Is made however that the Spaniard may blow up his ships rather than have them fall Into the hands of Schley as they certainly will If they remain in the harbor The deflnlteness of Commodore Schleys dispatch would indicate that ho has effected a landing near San Â¬ tiago and made a personal Investiga- Â¬ tion of the harbor States under the most favored nation clause The main features of the arbitration treaty are to be Incorporated It is provided that all matters In dispute not lnvolvfhg tho Monroe doctrine or the Nicaragua canal are to be sub- Â¬ mitted to a nonpartisan commission The existing understanding bearing upon the relations botwecnthe two governments on the great lakes are to be abrogated and the United States Is to bo given tho use of the Wetland canal In case of war The alliance Is to be offensive and defensive FBVEE IS ABATING Begin to Iteallta That Thejr Are llelpleai Madrid May 28 The queen regont and her ministers would be only too glad of an opportunity to escape from Spaniards 1 Fh Madrid May 27 Senor Sagasta ad- Â¬ mits that Admiral Cervera has been placed at a disadvantage in Cuban waters which Is taken as an admission that he is bottled in Santiago harbor The premier also inferentjally ad- Â¬ mitted that Spain Intends to resort to privateering and for that purpose will impress all available vessels He says the Spanish navy has now been rendered powerless as compared with the American navy that Cuba Porto Rico and the Philippines aro probably lost and thit the only thing left to Spain Is to destroy American commerce Senor Sagasta admitted that he had expected active assltance but that Englands position had rendered that out of the question until the present when he had good reasons for believ-Â¬ ing France would come to the rescue -- i- - LP s K L-- tf rr Tho war fever Is steadily abating among the Spanish educated classes and the commercial classes especially All that teems necessary to Induce Spain to Invite good offices of France and other powers to bring the war to a close Is a good opening This In the view of diplomats is likely to be supplied by the wrecking Madrid May 27 Tho Spanish gov Â¬ of the Spanish fleet now supposed to ernment has ordered all the Spanish bo In Cuban waters learners from 1000 tons up capable In a word the Spaniards are awako of steaming a minimum of 12 knots tho hopelessness of tho struggle but to be impressed as auxiliary cruisers to Spanish pride demands that force The Spanish commanders at the vari- Â¬ majeure be demonstrated by another ous ports have been Instructed to take great naval disaster charge of such steamers whethermail Tho Ignorant classes of Spaniards boats or otherwise It Is believed these especially In Madrid misled by false ships are for privateering purposes news cling to the notion that Admiral Cervera now will redeem the situation Washington May 27 There Is not Until this illusion has been dispelled much doubt that Porto Rico Is to be Spanish statesmanship apparently is Invaded and that probably before helpless Cuba as there are troops onough for that purpose now ready while there Oft tho Northorn Coast of Cuba May is some doubtwhetherthere aro enough 28 There now seems nothing to pre Â¬ to cope with Blanco vent active operations upon the part of the United States army it Commo- Â¬ Halifax May 27 A fleet of Spanish dore Schley has successfully accom- Â¬ warships are just reported off Halifax plished his object harbor Hurried orders have been Washington May 30 It Is learned The climate In Cuba Is not what it Issued to all the troops in the garri- Â¬ de- Â¬ was a month ago but it is much bet- Â¬ son and the forts about the city and from a high official of the state partment that important preliminary ter than it will be a month hence and harbor aro being manned by an extra steps toward an Anglo American alli- Â¬ before another Spanish loot can reach force these wators the naval authorities ance have been taken Washington May 27 A private dis Â¬ h6po to see our troops In possession Qreat Britain Is to recognize tho of a baso of operations In Cuba patch from a newspapor correspondent Intense enthusiasm reigns among at Key West advises tho man who re- Â¬ Monroe doctrine to attempt no In- Â¬ possessions in tho officers and men over the news ceived It to watch the navy depart Â¬ crease of her territorial even though It Is not nbsoluc3ly cer- Â¬ ment for news of the bombardment of the western hemisphere and to In Â¬ tain of tho success of the work of the Havana dorse tho cuittruction of that doc- Â¬ last month Key West May 27 The Spanish trine Kingston Jamaica May 28 The spy captured on the Panama has been The Jfilted States is to build the fishing schooner Jane Identified positively as Lieutenant So master of NlcjjJJfua canal and Great Britain which has the arrived hero reports having bral former naval attache at Wash Â¬ jidjbhave the use of it in time of war picked up a yawl containing two re ington The United States Is to have all the contradoes who had escaped from THE BTABT MADE torrltory taken from Spain In the Santiago de Cuba He says they told present war and Great Britain Is to him that Admiral Cerveras Bquadron Troopi lBTe Sun Kr ncUco Harbor For Fblllpplna IiUml protoct the United States In the pos Â¬ was in the harbor that the vessels were coaled and victualed and were San Francisco May 26 Wednesday this should be threatened session ready tQ sail when the Cadiz squad afternoon the first American army to The United States is to stand by ron arrives next week and breaks the sail for foreign shore le t here for England in her policy In China and blockade Manilla At 4 p m Brigadier General Ander Â¬ the eat and all the British ports in May 28 Adjutant son signalled from the Australia for Washington the fast ae tc be opened to tho United General Corbln announced tbat the City of Peking and the City of voluntera to the number of 120544 Sydney to get under way had been mustered Into the United The signal was seen from the shore States service This number Includes ancj the waiting crowds commenced to I some cavalry la addition to the first cheer wildly They knew what it Infant aid GkiMrta call for troops There Is yet a short Â¬ meant as well as the sea captains for in call from tho TM Yn Nivfl Always IncM age 5833themen distributed various states whom it was intended as follows of No tlsM was lost pa board the trans Â¬ ports The crews worked with a will Alabama 1355 Iowa 1610 Kentucky Mississippi 1090 and Nerth Sigaatwa at On Mtaut Cdugli Cure cwrM Carolina 4W That U what It wu m4 fet the present intolerable situation Cleveland May 27 Private letters have been received here from two members of the First Ohio regiment of artillery now stationed at Camp Thomas Chlckamauga In which seri- Â¬ ous complaint is made of the faro of tho soldiers Both men say they do not get enough to cat and they com- Â¬ plain especially of the lock of fresh meat One of them says he has lost 20 pounds In weight since he arrived at Camp Thomas f CASTOR r m A Ztfib 18 Word had come from tho command- Â¬ er of the Mangrove slnco the tlmo of tho alleged capture Bhowlng that tho ship could not havo been In the hands of tho Spanish The Spaniards appear to bo making The Story is Complete ready for something moro than a de- Â¬ But fensive campaign at home or at least Nevertheless they aro trying to create that Impres- Â¬ sion by othor means than news bul- Â¬ Tedious Details and Bright Literary Jems ol letins that Issue almost dally from the Reporters are Carefully Painted Madrid a Dine Tlut to Prevent Tho navy department now has through Its own reliable sources ro ports of tho greatest activity In tho THE FACTS BEING OBSCURED Spanish navy yards and of the prep- Â¬ Naturday aration for sea and for a long voyage Streetcar barn at Irvlngton Balti- Â¬ of two of the torpedo boat destroyers Absolutely Pure It is given out that they are to join more was burned Loss 250000 Cor vera Immediately when his squad- Â¬ Steamer City of Worcester ran upon ron enters Cadiz harbor Cormorant reef off Now London Conn No lives were lost NCW VOKK ftOVM lAKINO P4WMR CO Washington May 25 Important and The public funeral of Edouard Re disquieting news has been received menyt tho violinist took place at the from Europe and Dewey It caused an Lenox lyceum In Now York and in a snort limo The ancnors were lmmedlato and strcnuous effort to be Com The plant of F R Gillespie up and tho vessels were under way made to hasten the forwarding of nany grinders of minerals Stamford Then the 2500 soldiers who had troops Conn was almost completely de- Â¬ been impatiently awaiting the signal stroyed by fire Loss estimated at to start lot Ioobo They climbed to Jupiter Flo May 25 The United 150000 the rigging and swnrmed all over tho States battleship Oregon has arrived Sheriff Oberholtzcr and the depu- Â¬ big ships shouting and cheering Ilka here safely ties who were guarding tho three fur- Â¬ mad naces at North Cornwall Pa with- Â¬ HE ATHENSAEE RAGING drew from the scene on the rjlvlce of Madrid May 26 Official telegrams General Manager Graramer from Cuba confirm the report that Senor Conde Denounce the American Ieople Rear Admiral Sampson and Commo Cardinal Gibbons announced tho ap- Â¬ Madrid May 24 Senor Conde pro- Â¬ doro Schley with their combined fessor of International law pointment of Bishop A A Curtis for- Â¬ Â¬ at the Mad merly squadrons are now In front of San Â¬ of tho Wilmington Del dio- Â¬ university warmly tiago de Cuba blockading Admiral Cer- Â¬ rid was pleased to term denounced whatÂ¬ cese to succeed the lato Mgr Edward ho tho baso provera Ministers consider that Santiago ceedings of the United States declar- Â¬ McColganas vicar general of the nrch posesses sufficient defenses to render ing that If Washington authorized such dtoccso of Baltimore null nnd void any aggressive action acts It did not deservo the name Friday of u Secretaryof State Day left Washing Â¬ the enemy may take Tho position of civilized government The professor the American squadron will cause the proceeded to unfold a lengthy In- Â¬ ton for Canton O whero Mrs Day government to take Immediate action then dictment of the alleged war methods now Is though It Is unknown as yet what form Tho Amalgamated Association of of the Americans Insisting that they this action will assume respect for the right of Iron and Steel Workers will meet In havo shown no Detroit next year Madrid May 26 There has been an peoples in tho capturo of merchantmen Fire In Dallas Tex caused a dam reiterating that and bombardments active exchange of dispatches between ago to the amount of nearly 500000 the government and the authorities at the acts of tho United States aro not and one man lost his life Havana and San Juan do Porto Rico those of a civilized country The American mission at TungChou on the subject of sending coal and pro- Â¬ near Wu Chou has been looted and Madrid May 24 It Is universally visions to Santiago de Cuba It Is al- Â¬ understood hero that the government burned by a mob In a riot that broke leged that Admiral Cervera has wired has received very Important news out against the foreign element confirming tho report that Santiago Is Cuba and the refusal to make it Fred T Moore paying teller at the cut off from communication with tho from Is accepted as public an Indication National Bank of Commerce of Boston Interior by strong bands of Insurgents that It Is not favorablo to Spain leit the city three or four days ago and nnd that In consequence coal and proThis has caused the wildest excite- Â¬ It Is alleged his accounts are short visions are getting scarce and dear ment and many sensational rumors from 30000 to 50000 The Japanese papers commenting Madrid May 26 An official Havana are ofloat of disaster to Admiral Con dispatch says tho Americans aro con- Â¬ veras squadron the one generally ac- Â¬ on tue future of the Philippines say Â¬ centrating before Guantanamo as well cepted being that It has been com- Â¬ It will be well for Japan to be a keen spectator of the war between the as Santiago which Indicates that the pletely destroyed or captured by AdUnited States and Spain squadrons are preparing to attack Cer- Â¬ miral Sampson K Is not considered probable that vera Thunday tho officials would withhold favor- Â¬ Garfield King a negro who mur- Â¬ able newB a moment after they re- Â¬ Santiago de Cuba Cuba May 26 dered a white boy was lynched at Sal- Â¬ At 8 oclock on the morning of May ceive It and only one conclusion can isbury Md bo drawn from their refusal 19 tho Infanta Maria Teresa entered The general assembly of the Cum- Â¬ Despair Is plainly written on the the port of Santiago de Cuba flying the berland Presbytorlan church complet- Â¬ countenances of regency enthusiasts flag of Admiral Cervera She was fol- Â¬ while Republicans are chuckling sub ed Its labors at Marshall Mo and will lowed almost Immediately by the Vlz meet next year at Denver caya tho Almtrante Oquendo the rosa A passenger train on Midland Ter- Â¬ Cristobal Colon and the torpedo boat Washington May 24 Dispatches minal railroad ran Into a handcar near destroyer Pluton Soon afterward the from Madrid giving the sharp debate Gillette Colo and four men who torpedo boat destroyer Furor which in tho Spanish cortes over the alleged jumped from the handcar were killed had been rcconnolterlng arrived flying of the Spanish flag by American Under Sheriff Frank Vigil Deputy Gibraltar May 26 Tho Austrian warships created much comment In na Â¬ Sheriff Dan Bustamente and an Indian cruiser Kaiser Franz Joseph left here val circles Spains protest to the trailer were killed by two desperados on Friday and will sail for Cuban wat- Â¬ powers that this use of the flag was who held up the Santa Fe passenger cowardly and Iniquitous was dis- Â¬ train last Tuesday In New Mexico ers with the armored cruiser Kalserlne missed by naval officers with the state Â¬ J M Sheppard of Texas won the Maria Theresa ment that International law writers eighth annual Wayland prizo at tho Washington May 26 Senator Allen agreed on the right to use an enemys Yale law school the subject for dis- Â¬ Pop declares ho will oppose un alli- Â¬ flag for purposes of deceit so long as cussion being tho exemption of church ance with England unless sho first tho flag is hauled down before a shot property from taxation Is fired grants homo rule to Ireland Wednesday Thirteen miners wero killed by an Port de Palx Haiti May 24 A fu- Â¬ Madrid May 26 A number of mer Â¬ explosion of fire damp in a coal mine chant steamers loaded with coal from rious cannonading was heard on the at Crachet Plcquery near Mons Bel 19th Thursday last In the direction England have arrived at Barcelona Saturday the glum of the north of Cuba Cadiz and Bilbao Julie Wyinan a vocalist well known cannonading continued in a very live- Â¬ Camp Alger May 26 Three Spanish ly faihlon The firing may have been throughout the west was declared In Â¬ spies on whose persons wero found from any part of the eastern extremity sane and ordered committed to the two pounds of poison were captured of Cuba As the Spaniards claim Poughkeepsle N Y asylum Judgo Dunn decided that an Injunc- Â¬ hero Guantanamo was recently bombarded tion should not lssuo restraining tho fir- Â¬ by American warships the sound of Peoples Gas Light and Coke company THEYRE BOTTLED UP ing may havo comefrom that direction of Chicago from paying dividends now Squadron I at LaU Plyiuc Spain Madrid May 24 Realizing that the duo on Its bonds Up In tho Ilnrbor at Santiago Rounded Spanish fleet Ib at tho mercy of the Senator Stewart Introduced a bill In do Cuba Washington May 26 Spains flying American navy If they ever come with Â¬ tho United States senate for tho con- Â¬ squadron will fly no longer Its race in fighting distance of each other it struction of a canal across the Isthmus is run Cooped up In the harbor of is officially announced that Spain in- Â¬ Of Darlen by the Nicaragua canal Dill route by the government of tho United Santiago de Cuba Its destruction or tends to resort to privateering States capture is considered by officials here Rome May 24 The Vaticans dec- Â¬ Tneiday to be merely a matter of time Before laration of neutrality was duo to a no- Â¬ Congresman M Jett was unanimous- Â¬ the harbor are tho armor clads of the tification from Washington that no ly renominated by the Democrats of American navy ready to give battle manifestations with the Eighteenth Illinois district of sympathy men of war the to Admiral Cerveras Spain would be tolerated George W Cromer of Muncle was moment thoy poke their noses out of congress by the Repub- Â¬ the channel leading to the sea May 24 It Is officially denied nominated for Paris announcing these to that France 1b Interested In any nego- Â¬ licans of the Eighth Indiana district Official advices R B Gordon of Auglalse county was bo the positions of the opposing fleets tiation with Spain looking to a termi Â¬ nominated by the Democrats of the wero received at the navy department nation of the American Hlspano war Fourth Ohio district to make the race from the commander In chief of the for congress American force operating In front of Death IteeulU From Illtes of a Slad Doc May 30 Nellie NoblosvlUe Ind The Republicans of the 11th Indiana the harbor 10 daughter of Ellsha Dlldlne was district nominated George W Steele bitten In a fatal manner by a mad dog for congress on the first ballot Ho Is Washington May 25 Many sonsa tlonal war rumors were set afloat in The dog seized her by the right arm the present incumbent Washington after a week of compara- Â¬ and leg and literally chewed them to In Chattanooga a secret meeting of pieces The injuries resulted In her all the southern iron pipe companies tive qulttude The dog was held and they were consolidated The rumors ranged all the way from death six hours afterward the capture of the little Mangrove took possession of the Dlldlne homo In the American Pipe and Foundry with a crew of 13 men to the reported driving the occupants into tho streot company a corporation with 2000000 destruction of the entire Spanish fleet capital Horrible Mod at Suicide by Sampson and Schleys combined Monday May 27 Mrs Harris Goshen Ind f6rces Mysterious Billy Smith of Boston They were circulated with persist- Â¬ Welnstetn wife of the Jewish rabbi and Charley Johnson of Philadelphia ence notwithstanding their denial as committed suicide by saturating a fought a 15 round draw at Athens Pa wrapping it soon as they could be brought to the shawl with kerosene Tho Indiana Novelty Manufacturing attontlon of any official capablo of about her head and body and Igniting company of Plymouth filed Ind It She was recently returned from an passing Judgment on their accuracy papers of assignment In amount of asylum As the day rolled along the officials insane 113000 themselves became apprehensive as irofeMor ModlSerte Cat At the business session of the na Â¬ was shown by ho frequency with Winona Lake Ind May 28 By a tional conference of charities and cor- Â¬ which thoy called for he latest news Â¬ large majority voting viva voce tho rection at New York officers were paper bulletins Presbyterian general assembly decid Â¬ elected for the current year At the close of the day however it ed to ask Professor McOIffert to with- Â¬ General T S Clarkson past grand was again announced In the most pos Â¬ draw If he can not reconcile his views commander of the Grand Army of the itive manner that the navy department with the church standards Republic was appointed general man Â¬ had no information to warrant the re- Â¬ ager of the Transmlsslsslppl exposi- Â¬ engagement in the Window port of any sort of rail From a tion Laporte Ind May 27 The little Windward passage Â¬ M D TUsona The opera In response to an inquiry as to daughter of W P Fletcher clerk of riage works housethe Masonic and car Â¬ re and county fell from a third floor the bpanlsh fleet was located where Starke Secretary Long replied that his belief window dashing out her brains on tail merchants buildings at Toxar kana Ark wero destroyed by fire was that it was still at Santiago de the sidewalk below Loss 75000 Cuba The confederate veterans of Atlanta Concerning the reported capture cf have arranged to furnish meats and thjO Mangrove nnd the loss of other TImKMYwBmJBM sleeping quarteis free to 6000 If so skins the secretary dismissed these Stents many desire accomodations during aa pwwly conjectural and sot il fcWJuly rwntM UMOrWd Vv facts- I TOLD IN FEWWORDS Bone Sanders Has Broken All Records POWDER Tobinsporl Ind has always been noted for producing men who were liust lore Another wreath of laurel lias been added to lior crown by N B Saunders who claims that beautiful villago as his home He is agent for the Champion Binder and Mower Company ami during the presout season lias boon campaign lug among the farmers in the neighbor Â¬ hood oi Corydon Ind Tho result of Ills work I ma been the sale of seventy three bluders The machines wero all delivered to purchasers at Corydon yes- Â¬ terday and the ovent was celebrated in magnificent Btyle The farmers who bought the machines hitched thoir teams to them and with a brass hand at their head paraded the Hlreels of Corydon Tiiey made a braver show than ever did Barnuui or Forepaugh After tho parade tho farmers wore hanquetted at tho leading hotel Bono Saunders has sold eighty three harvesting ma- Â¬ chines since January 10 He is called Dowey by his firm because he has broken all records and when he meets tho enemy thy are hisn n t l 20000 SOLDIERS Walter S King Proud That He Enlisted SPANISH SPY CAPTURED fc Alore News In Cloverport Relative To War Than In Tampa Tampa Fi uwa May 25 1SJ7 Emtok Bkkckknkidue News Joseph Matting ly Walter Estes and I arrived hero on tho 18th leit Cloverport Ky on tho 11th Wo aro having a good time and aro enjoying army life This is a de Â¬ lightful climate though it is very warm have not had any rain here for six weeks though wo have plenty of ice water to drink Tills is a large city It has about 60000 inhabitants aud there is about 20000 We havo regimental soldiers here parade here three times a week It is a nice sight to see so many of the jolly boys in their uuiform with their bayoÂ¬ nets glaring in the sunlight I am proud that I enlisted I have seen more of tho world since I came hero than I ever would have seen if I had stayed nt home Am enjoying mysulf hotter than 1 Â¬ overdid We captured a Spanish spy yesterday ho was caught in tho act of mailing a largo package of maps and general de- Â¬ scription of our forte etc He will ho tried aud dealt with according to law in a few days I havo been very anxious to receive a copy of the dear old Nkws but neglected having it sent here hut I hope that I may receive it regular every weok The papers here seem to be afraid of printing au thing concerning the war cuu could heur more in the oid towu of Cloverport ttian thoy can hear right hero In Tampa I will have to close my short letter will write more tho next tlmo so please pub Â¬ lish this for the benefit of my dear frlouds in old Kentucky and that I am hero and enjoying army life as well as any of tho boys so good bye Success to the Biikckkniiidok Nkws Kesp o fully Waitkk S Kixa NOTFOR EVERYTHING But if you havo kidney liver or blad Â¬ der trouble you will find Swamp Root just the remedy you need People aro not apt to get anxious about their health soon enough If you aro not quite well or half sick have you ever thought that your kidneys may be tho cauBo of your sickness 7 It is easy to tell by Betting aside your urine for twenty four hours a sediment or settling indicates an unhealthy condi- Â¬ tion of the kidneys When urine stains linen it is ovldeuco of kldnoy trouble Too frequent desire to urinate scanty supply pain or dull acho in the back la also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder need doctoring Thoro is satisfaction in knowing that tho great remedy Dr Kilmers Swamp Boot fulfills every wish in relieving weak or diseased kidneys and all forms of blad Â¬ der aud urinary troubles Not only does Swamp Root give new life and activity to tho kidneys the cause of trouble but by treating tho kidneys it acta as a tonic or the entire constitution If you need a medicine you should have tho best Sold by druggists price fifty ceuta and oue dollar You may havo n sample buttlo and phamphlet both sent free by mall upon receipt of throe two cent stamps to cover cost of postage on the bottle Mention Tiik Bueckknuidok Nkws and send your address to Dr Kil Â¬ Co Blnghamton N Y The mer proprietors of this paper guarantee the genulness of this oiler Stole a Skiff A tramp painter hit town last Thurs Â¬ day and managed to secure somnslgn work With tho proceeds of his labor he purchased some provisions and stole a skill belonging to M Hammau He navigated tho skiff as far as Tell City where he ww overtaken by Nance Ryan Suuday ulghtand was compelled to give up the skiff One Minute Cough Cure is the bmt preparation I have ever sold or uad and I cant say ti much in pralae Kenttoa Merchant 0411 Oa o avm ITORIA Haynet sWf IM yJ2 TX tfjrr-v-- r ii tit ifi hsWiffiir ik -- - TTi THE BREGKBNRIDOB NRV8 GLOYRRPGRT KY BRECKENRIDGE fno NEWS m t 0 V 0 Bibbsge Editors and FriprUtrs 1 WEDNESDAY JUNE 1898 One of the happiest events in the his Â¬ and a iresti invigorating bretzs was tory of tho Womans Beading Club was blowing The upper deck pilot house 4TlsksstssstiAsv Â¬ SOCIAL MIRROR AWWVWfW uiiiiuiuiiuiuuiuimiuiiuumniiiumiauiiumiaaiuiiuuiui i SIX PAGES Tub good road like the nso of follows progress and civilization the cent BABTsnriKtD Burton wants to go to Cuba under the second call for troops Uueckkkridob county is not only coming out of the ruts but she is filling them up as she moves along Politics cuts no figure in the war with Spain but many persons will be glad to learn that Dewey Is a Democrat A good road is the creation of man and is a sure sign of civilized society The savages had no use for good roads the outing enjoyed by its members last Thursday Tim ladles were the guests of Mrs Al- Â¬ bert Lallelst As hostess she treated them to a delightful excursion four miles down the river on the bargo and steam er City of Oloverport Tiie day was an Ideal one The sun put forth n genial hoat that was tempered by a mild aud cooling breeze The river banks with their wealth of scenic effects produced by hills and vale and clothed with a rich garment of verdant foliage pleased the eyo and catered to toe sense of the beautiful The Kentucky shore with its bold outline of rugged rocks and hills seemed to speak of the individuality of our grand old common- Â¬ wealth and its brave hospitable peo- Â¬ ple Tho Indiana shore with its level bot- Â¬ Since John Sherman went out of toms aud graced with fertile well kept farms presented a scenes of pastoral office he says he is far from being super anuated and never felt younger iu his beauty and of bucolic industry that was grntifying to nil The day tho environ- Â¬ life ments and the beautlfui scenes aroused 1860 Henry Clay Americas greatest the enthusiasm of the party and where In Commoner said We will only tolerate so many good women were gathered Spain so long as her acts warrant her in together it also arouBed a lively sense of patriotism They revelled in the joy holding Cuba of being Americans and their hearts If Uncle Sam can Bafely land sixty went out to the heroes in the array and thousand American soldiers in Cuba navy who are battling for the cause of they will soon put an end to this little humanity and the traditions of our republic In foreign climes under the scrap with Spain stars and stripes Their feelings found Â¬ Tub friends of Rev II 0 Morrison vent in patriotic songs and in the recitation of ttie following toast to Admiral who was recently elected Bhhop by the General Conference of the M E church Dewey the hero of Manila Kill all your glasses full tonight South are urging him to locate in Lou- Â¬ isville Of course the man who sits around on the nail kegs and discusses politics at country stores dont want good roads for lie has no use for them lies a fel- Â¬ low that never has anything to sell or haul and It is all the same to him if the roads be bad or good Goon roads attract population as wel as good schools and churches They improve the value of laud A farm five miles from a railroad station connected with a bad road is of less value than an equally as good farm lying ten miles away from market connected by a good road The wind Is off the ihorc And be it feast or be it fight We pledge the Commodore and cabin each had its contingent of devotees to pleasure and they with music song story and sparkling conver- Â¬ sation mado the voyage a happy one At Bock Island the party disembarked aud a charming picnic ground was select ed on the hillside To this spot the well filled hampers were carried ami soon the party Vfas seated to a delicious lunch which was attacked with zest and hearti ly enjoyed It was noticed that the enormous quantities of pickles devoured did not In the least interfere with cuplds work After lunch the picnlcors retired to cool shady nooks where they enjoyed pleasant chats songs and the music of yiolin guitar and mandolin One lady who was escorted by a rising young physician became quite proficient with a target gun and managed to shoot within twenty feet of a mark once in every live trials Another young lady temporarily deprived of the company of a prominent lawyer tested tho gallantry of her escort pro tern by pleading with him to climb an enormous beech tree to procure a perfectly fascinating little screech owl but as the escort pro tern was not a native Kentuckiau she failed iu her efforts Thus the evening was spent Nature was in her kindliest mood the party was congenial and everything contribut- Â¬ ed to the happiness of the occasion Capt James Hennen has earned the reputation of being a prince of boats and with his yacht built tug he entertains royally The party returned to their respective homes ere twilight and all wore enthusiastic in their appreciation of the kindness of their entertainer Jrep for Cash Clearing Sale the Is Are looking for help Against Approaching baldness i help against whitening locks help to restore the tout gloss to the hair help Against fading tresses help for the scalp attacked by dandruff AVERS HAIR VIGOR Offers fatt such help It to Its ortgtnal restores gray or faded hair color gives It length thickness and gloss and removes dandruff Mr hair was rough and broken and began to fallout The use at but one bottle of AvrRS Hair Vioor both checked the falling out and rendered my hair smooth glossy and in splen did condition It Is the finest ot dressings Mug F I SMITH Silver Creek Miss Some rears ago mr hair began to fall out ana I be Â¬ came quite bald By advice I tried Â¬ what a great many Jrar men Wo will ofTer for cash strictly our entire slock of SPUING priceB never boforo nttomptod in Cloverport SUITS and ODD TROUSERS at and women A 10 Per Cent Reduction Has been mado and witbin thirty days tho bulk of tho stock munt and will bo sold Wo realize that within tho noxt three weeks tho bulk of the Spring Suitbusinoss will be ovor and to mako tho result a certainty wo havo begun now in the heart of tho season to sacrifico tho goods which have not been on our shelves scarcely six weeks Not a Suit or Pair of Trousers excepting Jeans or Cottonnadcs reserved Tho former prices wero lower than ovor wore placed on goods of such merit and oven the highest priced suits in the stock boro tho same uniformly low profit that tho staplo and cheaper goods Taknig this into consideration wo boliovo with the ten per cont roduction that wo are not carried overstating it when wo say that this is the best opportunity evor given to our patrons to purchaso high grade suits at gift prices dfcetir BEAR IN MIND We will carry no light weight goods over in Btock to next season tew JL isggiffl and very soon my bait ceased to fall out laanew and vigorous growth made us appearance iiynairis nowabundantandlglossr -- THOS DUNN Rockvllle Wis 1 W i The Will movo them fast 10 Per Cent Reduction Cloverports Leading One Price Store 1 Tho first who como will havo the best selection and this moans a great deal ITEMS OF JNTEREST Gleaned From a Variety of Sources What Tbe People of THE FAIR tmmmmmmmmmmtMmmtmmmmmmmtmmmmmr his last meeting with this people until he meet them again in Heaven The old man said he felt sure he was going to Heaven Ho spoke quite feelingly yet earnestly His movements in the pulpit showed that he was quite feeble He said that Davidson couldnt preach now as he did ten or even five years ago He was now eighty five years and twenty six days old and had been a Methodist preacher fifty six years His youth was spent in Hardinsburg and he desired to visit the old place He went to school here and his first work in the ministry was In the Hardinsburg Cir- Â¬ cuit He said his father and mother attended a campmeeting hero in 1811 Leonard Blackburn was the presiding elder and he was named for him Mr Davidson spoke of many Incidents which happened here in his past ministry of his social relations and surroundings and he drew his hearers into close sympathy with him in relating these matters He has a remarkablo personal history and is a wonderful old man He is today the oldest minister in the Louisville Conference and while quite old he seems to be vigorous and may do many years ssrvlcs yet It was a feast for the the church people of Hardinsburg to have the old man with them and they enjoyed his sermons and his visit Â¬ Through days of ttorm 1 h rough Hays of calm Un board Pacific seas At anchor off the Met of Palm Or with the Japanese Athore afloat on deck below Or where our bull dogs roar To back a friend or breyst a lot We pledge the Commodore We know our honor will be unitained Where his pennant Ilea Our right respected and maintained Whatever Power defies And when the homeward tack llencah an admirals flair Well hall the day that brings him back And have another jag BEWLEYVILLE The 20lh of May was a failure Fletcher Blanford is away again David Hardaway is visiting with us a few days Jeese Payne Is at home from school at Hardinsburg W II Cain Jr has planted ten acres of stock peas Miss Mattle Lee Moorman is a guest at 0 H Drurys Phelps Walker was away at Hardins- Â¬ burg Saturday p m Should look over our artistic selection Miss Alma Orendorf of Clifton Mills of Organdies aud Lawns Their beauty is visiting relatives here Miss Zslma Strother of Big Springs is of design and color protect thn eye from visiting her cousins at 0 D Harda satiety It really looks as though the ways loom and dye men who gave tho cloths Mrs Piggott and Miss Florence Cain their delicate texture and wealth of hues were at the B V R C over at Irvington had robbed the cobweb of its silky soft Â¬ Friday ness and the rainbow of its prismatic Mrs J Frakes and her little daughter colors and embodied them in tho beauti- Â¬ Carrie D are visitors for a fortnight at ful patterns nojv found ou our counters 0 Ha Drurys We note the presence of a visitor for Miss Celeste Beavin whoso name we do not know Hardinsburg Are 9np7jlrSaajaaaaaaaaaaaaHK lvfl nav iBaB Heston Willis Co Dolnr Ttaa apBaBaHBHial sflflHaH DEATHS HARVEST The County Deprived of Two dood Citizens DEATH OF C1IARLE8 MILLKR BR The picnic season was joyously in- Â¬ augurated last Saturday by an outlug party composed of the young society folks of Jloverport and Hawesviile Captain James J Hennen with char- Â¬ acteristic hospitality invited his friends in both cities to enjoy the day with him aboard the handsome tug Alfred Hennen and at Hock Island The boat started out from Hawesviile early Saturday morning with the follow- Â¬ ing named persouB from Hawesviile aboard MiBses Sterrett Cooper Law son Crammond Mitchell and Thomas Messrs Hennen Overby Kelly Mc Adams Thomas Sam McAdams Dr Forest Iightfoot Jackson Goering and Newman At Cloverport the Misses Bettie and Margaret Bowmer Elizabeth Skillman Jeanette Warfield Lulu Owen Anna Hambleton and Bessie Jarboo and Messrs Orville and James Skillman Ed Goodnight and Charles White were taken aboard Miss AUIene Murray of 1JKATII OF JOK II COX Cloverpoit who was visiting at Hawes- Â¬ Joe B Cox died at his homo in Har Â¬ viile came up witli the party from that dinsburg last Sunday evening at one city oclock after a lingering illness of sever- Â¬ The trip downthe river to Bock Island al months from consumption Joos was a delightful one The boat glided health has been giving way for the last through the w ntor at race horse aprjed year and since Christmas his friends have seen that he couldnt live many Elder T A Robertson months But he held out well and Since the Lord iu His wisdom has seen his vitality had been wonderful All was done for him that could be done un fit to remove his ablo and faithful ser- Â¬ til the end tame Joe was popular with vant in the person of Elder T A Robert Â¬ his associates and with all who knew son of Big Cllfty Hardin county Ky him Ho was possessed of a genial dis The membership of Clover Creek United position and always stood by his friends Baptist church of Breckenridgo county It was during his career as postmastor of feel that they above all others are the Hardinsburg that he maJe a wide circle proper ones to express deep felt and of friends He held the position one sincere regrets at the ending of a useful term under Cleveland and made a very and beautiful life Bro Bobertson began This was the only his paatorlal duties with our church on popular official public office of note that Mr Cox ever the 2nd Sunday in March 1871 and has held In this place he was most efficient been very closely Identified with its his and did all of his work well The com Â¬ tory from that time untill his death munity regrets his death from the fact which occured April 22 1818 He bad that he was young only thirty four years charge of the church almost continu- Â¬ of age Just entering manhood Had life ously during the whole of this period been spared him he could have made a making in all about twenty seven years so that useful citizen The funeral services with three short intermissions took place in Hardinsburg last Monday he actually preached for the church He was very evening at three oclock from the M E about nineteen years church South of which he was a mem Â¬ much attached to tho church as waa ber The pastor Be v S K Breeding natural for his big and kind heart and officiated the whole people not only the member Â¬ ship held him in high esteem and TAX COLLECTOR reverence The older ones loved him as a brother In fact and in Christ while the I Will Caleb You If You Deat Watch tat younger ones love him with a truly fatherly love City Clerk DHuy Is preparing the Therefore we not only Resolve to tar books for the purpose of handing send our sympathy to his companion them over to Tax Collector Geo Short family and friends but express and ex Â¬ who will begin to aak property owners tend our mutual bereavement and to posy up about Jhh 1st Bach a uaeful beautiful ympatby Â¬ Â¬ Charles Miller Sr died at his home four miles from Hardinsburg last Saturday night after an illness of about a week The cause of his death was pneumonia Mr Miller had been com plaining for some weeks and about a week ago was taken with a severe chill and from that gradually grew worse This developed into pneumonia irom which he died after a brief illness Mr Miller was seventy three years of age and one of the leading farmers in this section His death came as a shock to his neighbors and friends as only a short while ago he seemed to be in the best of health His age didnt seem to tell on him much as he has always been a very active robust old man He has been coining to Hardinsburg pretty regular every weok or so for many years In this place he lias many friends who re- Â¬ gret to hear of his death But it will be iu his own locality in the neighborhood of Oakland where Mr Miller will be missed lie was a prominent figure out there iu most everything that came up He oh n l one of the largest farms in the neighborhood and has worked it sue cessfuly for many years Farming was his hfd work Though when any public question of interest came up Mr Miller was always ready to give his views He was a man of good sound judgment and was always ready to uphold the right thing and the best thing for his com munity and people He was an exem- Â¬ plary member of the M E church South and took a great Interest in everything that pertained to the interest of his church Mr Miller was a good Christian man and his religious example and in Â¬ fluence will be missed in his community He has three brothers survive him John Huston and Matthias Miller Mr Â¬ The party disembarked at the Whito Sulphur aud Tar Springs and then amid natures lovliest surroundings par took of a delicious luncheon The spot they selected seemed proyid ed by nature for tho purpose An im mense flat rock embowered with creep ing vines and luxuriant growths of moss aud ferns formed a table fit for a banquet of woodland sprites The crisp air the cool shade and tho lovliness of the scene inspired a feast of reason that gave a piquant zest to the viands that were provided The ladies returned at dusk and enjoy- Â¬ ed a trip up Clover creek Those who Mesdames Lalleist participated were Murray Fraize Bowmer Heron and daughters Bandall and the Misses Mag Â¬ gie and Elizabeth Bowmer Jeanette Warfield Kate Oglesby Fannie Smith Mary Jarboe Gracie Ferry Eva Allen Georgio White and Mannie White Â¬ Miss Elizabeth Skillman Ono of Cloverports belles She is a charming young lady and by reason of her delightful personality and many accomplishments is the favorite of all who know her Decoration Day waa observed by local bicycle enthusiasts An outing to Tell City was enjoyed by Charles Skillman Miss Buth Haynes Orville Skillman Miss Florence Cottrell James Skillman Miss Liza May Miss Mannie White and Miss Elizabeth Skillman The party rode to Tell City over the roads on the On their return they Indiana side stopped at Hawesviile and were the guests of Miss Luciie Sterrett They were delightfully entertained by their hostess and their Hawesviile friends The party returned on tho steamer Tell City A dauce was enjoyed aboard the boat and Captain Ballard did all in his power to promote the pappiness of the party The trip was one long to be remembered A delightful outing party was tender ed Miss Alliens Murray by her Hawes viile friends at Hanging Bock in Han A delicious cock county last Thursday lunch was spread and the afternoon was enjoyed in fishing and the indulgence in various out door sports The party went to the outing grounds by train and those present were Misses Alliene MuTray Luciie Sterrett Carrie Cooper Martha Thomas Pearl Lawson and Arabella Crockett Messrs Sims Thomas Ohas Goering Eugdne Newman Geo 0 Wilson and Wm Overby and Mr and Mrs Geo Bentley who acted as chap- erones The beautiful Stephens home Alta Vista at Addison will ba the scene today of the solemnization of tho nupti- Â¬ als of James 0 Simm Jr to Miss Brook Stephens Belatives of the bride from this city will attend th ceremony kind and Christian character and life serves much more to be said in ijs praise than we limited as we are can say But truly his life reminds us that It Is not all of life to live nor all of deatli to die Com Shubman Ball de- Â¬ Inviting Home One of the prettiest and most inviting homes In this city is the ono owned by Mr J T Iattorson By his efforts and hard labor he has so wonderfully im- Â¬ proved the place wliero he now resides that it is almost beyond recognition On his place there are to be found many superb varieties of fruits He said that in all he probably had 60 or 76 different kinds of fruits Including apples pears Notice Go to A A Richardson Gar now devolved upon her Safety f Art Mr tfUa4MM MMa 4u3ief la-- IW Bj peaches strawberries field for your millinery goods Mf aWaf liwu aniairjndiiH1rt Thg SiMiBlyla laaanhmSniJ M Hats to life of both is assured by the Ask yoHr htl lMjlbi i T7 HCnrll tiJBft aatlitanM IS EBaaamjEcasKaanaaasjBasBeaeaaasK trimmed in the very beet style by a first use of Mothers Friend BKUUfllST and ATMklpa tofrtxrtUMiliaUiikatebaaaaMaala SB Uir j JjTmu ATeKrTiTTar KiTiSiSaS Vs for nrpulno class milliner Full line of fertilizer and the time of recovery shortened tOOCKT baoUawart4taMbMaaMLaWeBJ wall paper All kinds of mercantile il ftaaUClaar Irtaiaiaf Itiilaal WMlllll Zu4 vaamBKnl TKIAXjSIZE rwt Vnieir- - JlTrTMraaHMHB f tLri I know one lady the mother of three goods at the very lowest prices ohlldren who suffered greatly in the IWi Cream Rev L B Davidson arrived here laU birth of each who obtained a bottle of DeWltf Little Early RlMf Mothers Friend of me before her contains bo cocaine Are features peculiar to IToods Pins BjbaH la Saturday and preached three sermons at lire tasteless efficient thorough As one man the M E church South agreeable to fourth confinement and waa relieved mercury nor sny other TMiaTiMMflila injurious drug and easily his appointment There waa a large quicklywas shorter All agree that their It Is quickly Absorbed labor and less painful Ok Gives Relief at once crowd out to the eleven oclock service John O Pomjill Macon Oa It opens and clelntea have ya gives Dr Caldwells i Sunday morning and they were all glad 100 FXRIIOTTIjS at all Drear Stores to aee and hear thia venerable old man COLD N H EAD repH a trial 7 It will cure you Allays InSamation aeat by expr oh relpt at yrio constipation will eorreet your aid i Yuu never know yon Mr Davidson said that he was glad to be Jfesisaml Protects the Membrane Ketoreatlt IMU CoBtelalac IbtsIuW Information et tare taken a pill till It I all bWI 1 1 able to visit Hardinsburg oaee more and Vic tatMvst to all wma will be tM to Senses of Taste and Smtll Full Site 30c Tfia troubles and make your life wor raKC ay sdOwss apsa nipilaaUa by SUe loc I at Pnifgiets or by mill over Mc a I Hood Co preach to the people He said he felt j Trial eisa bottle 10c 10 doaes 1 Proprietor Lowell Msjm TMC MASriStB M4VUT9H M AnMT SUM ELY BROTHERS jj Warren Street KorV aiaea 60u aad 1100 of Oliaa 0 that thU would be hia last ylait here and TtM only 4H to take with Hoods SanajiariUa Pure lake Ice for sale by I M Beard Mrs Bobert Cox is visiting in Louis- Â¬ ville Marshal West is enforcing the hog ordinance H 0 Lake was In Fordsville one day last week Will Hook and wife went to Louisville last Saturday County Sunday school Convention next Saturday Tom McGlll has given his store room a fresh coat of paint Bev L B Davidson will preach at the Falls of Bough next Monday An unusually large crowd attended the funeral of Charles Miller Sr John Hook and Morris Beard are painting the roof of the court house Mrs Albert Dowel living near Free- Â¬ dom is quite ill with malarial fever There were two funerals here last Mon- Â¬ day something unusual for Hardins Â¬ burg P M Beard is improving rapidly He will soon be able to gee around without his crutches William Smiley living near Fair View died last week aged eighty nine of heart failure F B Henderson and wife Webster were here last Monday to attend the fun- Â¬ eral of J B Cox Dolph Jones was down from Big Sprlngslast Monday to attend Charley Millers funeral Natural ice 12 In thick is cheaper than art Ucal or thin ice even at double the price P M Beard Miss Ollie Scott of Meeting Creek Hardin county has been yieitiug the family of Bev 11 0 Hook Ezra Barman of Custer was in town last Saturday and settled up his affairs as administrator of K E Sutton deceased Bev S K Breeding will hold the Quarterly meeting at Beweleyville next Saturday and Sunday for Brother Over- Â¬ ton Mr Jones and family to Rev W B 8need came home Irom Lou- Â¬ isville with Mrs Clint Hook last Satur- Â¬ day Tom Blythe thinks of purchasing a new Champion wheat binder Mr Blythe has a fine crop of wheat this year Hot weather has but little effect on good solid lake ice can ship without much shrinkage mail orders given specÂ¬ ial attention P M Beard Mr and Mrs P Dillon desires to re- Â¬ turn thanks to the people of Hardinsburg lor the kindness showu them during the late Illness of their daughter Miss Ella Evorybody is looking for the ico wagon this time instead of the band wagon You had better get ready if you want to ride It coats but little and Is the great- Â¬ est luxury known P M Beard They want a Sunday school District Convention at Cloverport and they ought to have it One of the moat de Â¬ lightful meetings of this kind we have attended lately waa held at Stephensport a few weeks ago son-in-laÂ¬ Ladies Who Love the Beautiful Shipping Cherries An immense crop of cherries is being harvested in this vicinity The early varieties are just appearing on the market and the condition of the fruit is splendid Marion Polk the Tobinsport shipped about twenty horticulturalist crates to Owensboro Mouday evening A Splendid Time Mrs Florence Hawkins is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Ben Hardayay She came to be present at tho marriage of her brother in Mrs Piggott with her children Hub er Joe and Eilse Miss Sallie Henry and a few others attended an Irvington picnic at Dents bridge Saturday i Mr Will Ashcraft of Brandenburg Can be found in the city and those came out Saturday eve to remain over ladles of taste and good judgment who Sunday and have a good time the guest have visited our store say so of one of our young ladies Guess who Nothing Prettier Dress Goods Bro B F Walton and wife came over to the wedding Thursday and spent a couple of dayB visiting with some of his flock This same sister Walton is one of the cheeriest brightest and best little woman living and we hope Bhe will come again and often is The good quiet uneventful days glide along and away and we scarce note the Big Business Tbe Hardinsburg branch ol the Hen- Â¬ blessedness of them but changes come derson Route continues to do an and the dear ones that we love and feel Call around and feast your eyes on the enormous business About 25 cars of to be part of our lives must go to other freight from that dlyision were on tbe homes and scenes and then we know beautiful Dress Goods we have just re siding at Irvington Monday morning and realize something of what the word ceived parting means waiting to be received Honest Bill Ashby of this city act- Â¬ ed as the delegate of the local lodge to tbe banquet given by the Masons at Lewisport last Thursday night Colonel Ashby reports a splendid time and says that about 250 persons partook of the hospitality of the Lewisport Masons If the a Bright One Day day 26th at I oclock Four young men Drury Overton Blanford Pierce to which the Expectant Mother is Hardaway and Roy Cain were the at Â¬ exposed and the foreboding and tendants After tho ceremony the party dread with which she looks for- Â¬ left for tho homo of tho groom where an ward to the hour of womans elegant supper awaited them severest trial is appreciated by but Sunday 29th was a day of disappoint Geo THE DANGER Mr Hugh Hardaway of Guston and Miss Annie Johnson of our town were married in the Methodist church Thurs- Â¬ This is the Season of the Year All effort should be made ment not U to smooth these rugged places several of only our young people but For Straw Hats We have all kinds at us older ones as well Instead in lifes pathway for her ere she of repairing to the in our best all prices and wo guarantee you fit style presses to her bosom her babe attire and having church beautiful Chi- and satisfaction if you buy your our summer few Â¬ ldrens Day service we were compelled to remain at homo for the rains decend ed and we had to submit However allays Nervousness and so assists we will try again and on Nature that the change goes for- Â¬ day in the parly morningJuue 6th Sun say 0 oclock ward in an easy manner without such violent protest in the way of we propo H to assemble ourselves and Nausea Headache Etc Gloomy have our g d time out in time for Bro Quarterly meet Â¬ forebodings yield to cheerful and Overton to preach us a good ing sermon So all you people who hopeful anticipations she passes wish to through the ordeal quickly and be glad hear i please come We will to without pain is left strong and or two of seo you and promise an hour real genuine enjoyment vigorous and enabled to joyously Goldkn Rod perform the high arid holy duties MOTHERS FRIEND headgear from us X Heston Willis 60 CATARRH i Pitpasy to Take kHasy to Operate BaioPiHOiftfl Ril m Hoods liar IIIS - phr bhkoken m N a xiflM t Jfc AA ImmI Jl BJfetmggEa 8RECKENRIDGE m - NEWS 1 Ex Lieut Governor Killing Fronts Tho Madisonvllle Hustler has prepar Â¬ ed this list of killing and damaging froela for several year past August 28 1x03 September 17 JBOH September 27 -- B OJ3 W RY TCCMIIHi Triumphant Deerings Lead the Way WEDNESDAY JUNE 1898 STATE OF NEW TOKfi TABIjB No to 35am 6 43am 11 15am 5P HAWESVILLE Newsy Clipping From Clarion the Hancock I - t1 rrt DEERING Hinders Mowers and Reapers had Roller and Hall Bearings five years before they were adopted by others They will always lead the procession as they have in the past u fcr w Kf ft h i i f rca u DEERING IDEAL BINDER Va IUdford better known m Ed Ham lion who many years no lived near Kkillmnn had a Ipgcutodby a train at Uellvlll- - Ill lust week While looking through soma old papers Wednesday Jndgw Tnlirr found 2 CO In old paper money It consisted of a 2 bill mado in 180G and two 25 j shin planters Mrs Harnh Larkin aged Hi died early 8Atunlny morning at tho home of tier son James E Larkin about three niiles from town The Interment was at tho McGavock grave yard Sunday afternoon and the funeral services were performed by ltVv 0 Bray of Oloverport Tho county authorities have placed ft largtj iron trough on tho public quart near tho old well and all tired liormm can drink to their content The water is furiiiidied by the water works from a pint in the nottotu of tho trough and la kept constantly ruuning out Air A W Moorman a thriving young f trnier ul Brandenburg was in town on Thursday ilo is one of our old friends nud was at one time prominent at the Meade mid Jlreckeuridgo county bars flu informs us that ho has one field of 200 arrnH which has beon in corn with- Â¬ out Interruption for seventy years October 31 1870 September 3J October 11 1872 October 7 1873 October 12 1871 September 20 187C October 7 1871 October 151877 Octo Â¬ ber 12 1870 September 20 1880 Octo- Â¬ ber 20 1881 October 21 1880 October 15 1887 September 2 1888 October 18011 1871 BhI8 Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Trains leave Louisville as follows W- - Louis and the West I and th Lv LouIstIIU Clniinnall Colutnlini 1718 ximmmtzzei sssm Cosmo Uultermllk Toilet Soap makes New York ithotif rhanna fhe ekln soft white and healthy 011 I1 Train No ifi haa Ua riKi fit u in everywhere Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing dlnln -c Washington Baltimore Philadelphia New York Ar Hoston lira n no in ha a hiiu lijam 2 45Pm 5jam 603pm Jijim II 05pm fijam 6 joam 11 No 16 No 18 loijmn 7 50am li loan 905pm ISHOr 2opm Isjonn juopm t 3 40 pm SSSpm V nwXtCd n i vsmvtnmu 9 oclock to receive passengers cars Cincinnati to New York wlhom change Train No to has sleepers to Cincinnati open One of NewYorka greatest statesmen and Twice-a-Wee- k arllamentarlant IS years a member of tho etrlslature and 3 timet IU Speaker is now elttlnar In hta third Constitution Convention IfWft 1B67 1894 In hi beautiful old aiie84hegtye attention alio to htaown epnitltutlpn While sitting In the New York Legislature as a fellow member with Dr Fenncr he wrotoi -M H Kcnner M I Hon Will It Aaaembly Chamber Albany N Y Dear Sin I am greatly benefited by the use of your Dlood and Tlvor Remedy and Nerve Tonic for which I thank you very SovilllhaMtECKKNItinGK NEWS and every much Again from the Oonstltutlon Convention Denim rit every KrpuMiuin eviry man woman or child wlio can lead will want to read It Albany Juno 20 1891 he writes Dr Kcnner Your kind lottcr of the 20th Inst came Ouly to hand I expect your great Item edy to further prolong my llfo 30 years TIIETWICKAWKHK COURIKHJOURNAt xvWoftTwn firJtVJ BrracnM NY If Its Worth Printing the r A Courier Journal Print CHARLES O MARTIN St Proscription Pharmacist Next ilror above Payne Co Cloverport a Democratic ol six or eljjht piK Issued Welnesdar anil Saturday of inch week The Wtilneidajr Issue prints nil tho clem news and the Saturday issue prints stnre Mlscelltnv Inetiv all matters cf special interest in the homn It Is edited by llmry Wattersnn l ppr Ar Springfield g 40pn J mui ernon accomodation leares at 7 13 a m Charlestown accommodation leares at 5 30 p m except aunday Trains Noj 16 10 and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and slecplnR cars to St Louis TIIA1NS Alt III VK From Ha t 7 a5 a m 11 ij noon 640 p m is S3 a m 3 to a m Irom West -- 7 S a m it 13 p m 6 40 p m City Ticlet office southeast comer Main streets Depot Seventh and river Fourth and 1or detail Information ugardlng rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining rars etc d ltS I11IOWN District Pass Tkket Agent I1 OS V Ilv 4th and Main IxiiiLville Ky or J- - M CHKSSnROUGH General PasengerAjrent Cincinnati Ohio Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio at St Louis Springfield and the West No- - 0 No No 44 t m J5m P l1 Peering Improved Steel Binder real improvements than any other machines mado and are right up to dato in every respect Z Deering Ideal Mower knives The only mowor ing the team that with Roller and Ball Bearings serrated ledgor plates adjustable drag bar and shear cutting bo drawn at a slow walk or started in any crop without back- Â¬ can are as much in advance of other machines as are Der ing Binders Mowers and Reapers Deering Hay Rakes f Just Received a car load of Deering machinery and twine which we will sell at rock bottom prices stock before buying J Farmers should see our W PATE JAS DEAN McQuady SKYWARD Ky Us 1e0BHOPi r6 M a GREGORY Wharfmasters CLOVERPORT Local Agents CO KENTUCKY Steamboat Agents Goes the Price of Flour loaf Becoming Smaller if 11 UT rttfalljB Most fascinating Inven- Â¬ tion of tho age Always ready to entertain It reqmrcs no skll 1 to oper- Â¬ ate lt and reproduce tho music of bonds orches Â¬ tras vocalists orlnstru- mental Rnlnlfitjl Thfrpl4 nothing like It for an evenings entertainment Other so called talking machines reproduce only records of subjects specially prepared In a laboratory but tho Qraphophono Is not limited to such performances On tho Graphophono you can easily make and Instantly reproduce records of the voice or any souncf Thus lt constantly awakens new Interest and Its charm is ever fresh The reproductions are clear and brilliant GrapSephSHcs are sold fer iounpd Manufactured under the patents of Bell Tainter Edison and Mftcdonald Our establishment Is liend quarters or Oin world tor Talking Macblnes and TuJktDg Jlacblno Supplies Write fprcatalouue COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO Dept 30 Washington D 0 New York Paris Chicago St Louis Philadelphia Baltimore Washington Buffalo 010 Pennsylvania Avenue The TAILOR with A NEW m Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month Casper May Blacksmith Shop At BURAS WAGON MAKERS The evolution of the loaf of bread tlie8e war days is interesting hut ex Â¬ ceedingly expensive From a healthy Homestead Fertilizer Company and well developed oyal of baked doiib tho tandard Oil Company ordinary section of the staff of life is slowly but very surely dwindling down Dealers In to a very small and unsatisfactory bic of Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor bread ing and Ceiling Weather Boarding Wheat is climbing upward and the Shingles Salt Lime Cement size of the loaf is going down corre- Â¬ Laths Plaster Plastering spondingly During the past twoweoks Hair Tlnw Handta the weight of bread retailed lor five Rricks Etc cents a loaf has been reduced two Estimates Furnished farBulldinos and ounces and if the present advance con- Â¬ Hulldlng Material tinues there is every indication that the loaf will be made still smaller and tho price doubled The price of flour to day is the high eat in many years A barrel today coals just twice as much as it did this time last year Wholesale dealers are of the opinion that wheat will reach the 2 mark which means 10 a barrel for flour for the wholesaler alone Tbls would cause a most distressing state of affaire among the purchasers of bread in small quantities At the present rate of In crease in the price of flour a great many people will be driven to the corn pone Breckenr dge couratlans are loyal to hog I Co and hominy and il corn bread is used OANNELTON IND exclusively it will not be regarded as a hardship A White Mark 4C Foleys Kidney Cure is h perfectly re- Â¬ liable preparation for all Kidney and HARDIN COUNTY bladder diseases The proprietors of this Great Medicine guarantee it or mon- Farmers Realize Good Prices Tor Their Do they not deserve a ey refunded Wheat white mark 7 A R Fisher Oloverport It A Shellman Stephensport Dordon Klltabethtown News Ben Stith sold last week a live months Haynes Patesville E A Witt Har old Poll Durham bull calf to Mike dinsburg Lydane for 125 COULDNT FIND IT OUT Mr Alfred Kennedy has the record Tobacco Report to Be Very Scarce In lor the highest price received for wheat in Hardin county for more than ten the Country years He sold about ten days ago for 1 40 a bushel 201 bushels A prominent handler in reply to n Mr Powell a traveling solicitor foi the Post reporter about the present tobacco Arm and Hammer soda comnin situation replied I drove nearly 200 was the Cynosure of our town one uay miles Friday and Saturday through the of last week Ho said that he was 7ft counties of Scott Fayette and Woodford 4 inches tall aud weighed 140 pounds looking for 00000 pounds of choice toHe traveled with Barnutns circus for bacco ond while I saw only one lot eight years and Sells Bros for four which 1 liked that was priced a little years He carries a watch given to him too high There is simply no tobacco by Queen Victoria in 1881 left in the country I do not believe About all of last years crop of wheat there is more than 25 per cent on band A G Lewis as compared with this time last year around here has been sold Co of Glendale mado the largest Farmers are looking for high prices aud when the weak grades Up I think it will shipment last week ever made from this They have fetch the best prices of the year within section of the county bought and shipped to Chicago within tho next mouth The coming crop will be large and if the sixteen days about 17500 bushels of the season is favorable we will have a wheat Tills shipment amounts to over boom in tobacco that will astonish some 1000 bushels per day A G Lewis Co of Glendale have people Bbipped in the last two weeks 17500 bushels of wheat to Chicago upon which S M Oeary Pierson Mich writes DeWitts Witch Haz d Salve is curing they realiz d a handsome profit Dur- Â¬ more piles here to uy than all other ing the high price excitement in wheat remedies comblued It cures eczema about 30000 bushels were shipped to Chicago from Hardin county which and all other skin diseases Short brought close to 45000 Hardin county Haynes people are always strictly in it Â¬ Â¬ Bears the Signature of OAJSTOHXA 1ie You Price 100 a Year You RCt each for 104 Henderson Route Lonisrill Henderson jotkI pspers Sn Haw Always Bought rf uS4 SV IAIKlt THAN six or eight pages INK CKNr A St Louis Rj Co USEFUL PREMIUMS Aic given club ratien ind good pajirg commit lions are allowed agents Dally Courier Journal 1 Year Dally and Sunday 1 Year Sunday alone I Year 56 00 Time Card In Effect June 20 07 East Ilound Lv St Louis No 41 No 41 No 8 46 800 200 Kvansville Henderson Spottsvillu Uwensboro llawesville 7 66Um IS 738 a 18 17 10 10 7 66am 2 20pm 2 41 37 3 44 4 41 65pm 2 45s n 3 10 Twice-a-Wee- k And The Courier Journal Stephensport Irvinjrton 1 lirandenburg Arr Louisville West Hound Cloerport 6 45 07 6 03 5 22 1112 11235pm 603 745 8 24 4I No 4 328 400 460 610 625 667 617 730 A No 851 43 No 45- - EBE Both one Year m 125 Ir Louisville llrandenburz Iryington Stephensport Cloverport Owensboro bpottsville Henderson Evansvllle Louis 7 50im 9 15 9 51 1011 10 35 11 coy 50pm 6 43 7 20 8 23pm 9 32 952 10 21 llawesville 73 M 1217pm 12 40 1 ai 15 95 9 47 10 JO 10 40 8 C4 lOSti 10 68 1148 12 12 23am 45 For Only Arrbt 732 115 720 We have made a special clubbing arrangement with the TwIcc-a-Wee- k Courier Journal and will send that paper and ours for the price named to all our subscribers who will renew and pay In ad Â¬ vance or to all new subscribers who will pay In advance Sample copies Courier Journal tent Iree on application All subscriptions under this otter must be sent Ail trains run through Solid to Kvansville Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trains betneen Si Louis Kvantvill and Louis Â¬ ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at frvineton for Fordsville and Hardinsburg daily except Sunday II C MOltDUE A G 1 A Louisville Ky r L H to the St L Ry fordsville Branch MAY 30 1897 East Ilound Train Daily Daily ex Sun exSur No a No OoOam 8 00 BRECKINRIDGE NEWS OMAHA TIME TABLE No 10 TAKING EFFECT West Hound Trains EXPOSIIIOH June 1st to October 31st THE GRANDEST EXPOSITION except Worlds Fair over planned in tho United States Located within cheap and quick access of tho entire Missouri and Mississipi Valloy s at your own doors Through tickets beyond Omaha allow stop- Â¬ overs Reduced excursion rates to Take tho Burlington Omaha Route tho old and established lino to and through Omaha in any di- Â¬ rection Daily I Dally ex Sun ex Sun No6 No 1 1050am STATIONS 1H7 1125 1140 Iv lrvlngton Ar Garfield Hamed Junction 1155 12 10pm 12 25 1235 12 55 Hardlnsbura Junction Kirk Jolly Glcndeane Dempster n t 87 7 7 27 7 17 7 02 6 30 650 105 120 145 165 215 ar Kallaltoughlv 6U5 Dempster 5 44 620 5 5 5 8 38 f0 25 10 2 05 2 30 IT flAY UE MURDER A Remarkable Reioue Mrs Michael Curtain PlainGeld 111 makes the statement that she caught cold which settled on her lungs she was treated for a month by her family physician but grew worse He told her that she was a hopeless victim of con 25 LquIsyIIId m tlockvale Ruth Askins Oaks Mitchell ArKnrdsvilleTv 5 OOsm Fourteen Year Old Boy Stabs J HHunsche Companion Over the Heart HenderonSt Loufs RyCo HORSESHOEING Etc I have justopened a now blacksmith where T shop at Burasam prepared to do all kinds of work in tlmt line I am also authorized to solemnize the rights of matrimony S 50 packed in in plain box one gallon And I will Send you Send me JAMES ATUCKER 33ANKL 0 Old Goon Hollow HAEDIITSBUEG B Whisky T BKARI President WILL MILLKRVloPrildenl 1 -- II BEARD Osihlar MORRIS KSK1UDOK R M J0LLT INTEREST SWBKARb None Purer None Finer SIMON Second Olreotcr N and Naln JONES Louisville pfn 6N TIME DEPOSITS ART 1ST G STYLE JKA T Hundreds of thousands have btou in- Â¬ duced to try Chamberlains Cough reme Â¬ dy by reading what it has done lor oth- Â¬ ers and having tested Ita merits for them Â¬ A Word to Phyiioiani selves are to day ita warmest friends Do you know that many broad mind Â¬ Forsale by A It Fisher Oloveraort R A Shellman Stephensport ed physicians are using Foleys Honey and Tar Syrup in their practice They haye found no remedy that gave as satisSparrows are Searoe An observant citizen speaking to a factory results for all throat and lung Nbws reportor this week said There complaints as this great cough medicine are fewer English sparrows about this A It Fisher Cloverport 11 A Shellman year than ever before A disease was Stephensport Gordon A Haynes Fates A Will Hardinsburg epidemic anong the birds in the winter ville that thinned them out I have noticed Till droves Endorsed that our native birds are unusually Q K Groves Topinsports popular numerous this year and the song varie- Â¬ merchant has been endoised by Craw Â¬ ties seems to be increasing ford county republicans aa a candidate The Cubau question and political issues for state senator The election takes sink into insignificance with the man place In November who suffers from piles What he most desires Is relief DaWitte Witch Ilarel bdut uto Your liuwuU With rscarta Candy Cnthnrtlc cure constipation forovei Salve cures piles 8hort Oa 23o Haynes It a a O all tlruRRUu refund money I Â¬ At Beaver Dam Ohio county Thursday afternoon Willie Stephens a boy of four teen stabbed Clyde Raley in the left breast inflicting a wound from which he will probably die The boys along with several others had been fishing and they had been teasing the Raley boy On the road home he told them he would not stand this longer and stopped The Stephens boy drew his knife and Raley dared him to touch him with It kJlunnntia tlinn nrnl It IhIa 11 maklrjJ a cut two nclM ong and nuh ing to the left lung The boy fell and left a pool of blood In the road The physician who attended him said the wound was a dangerous one and would probably cause death from Internal hem orrage 1 nsro 4 Uht 30 2897 L W WAKELELEY sumption and that no medicine could HOWARD ELLIOTT fleneral cure her Her druggist suggested Dr Gentrs1 MaoiRer St Louis Mo Passenger Agent Kings New Discovery for Consumption she bought a bottle and to her delight Comfort found herself benefitted from first dose Safety She continued its use and after taking six bottles found herself sound and well Louisville and now does her own housework and is as well as she ever was Free trial bottles of this Great Disoovory at Short Hay- Â¬ Fait Mall Lino Between nes Drug Store Large bottles 60 cents and 1 00 Louisville TIME SCHEDULE Taking Effect At 630 oclck A U Snnda Wait found Traim Halt Bound Train 42 7 Mall A Kxprs Kxprj Emsill Kxpra Kxprs Dally 4C0pm a 1 Mall STATIONS Packet Line STEAMERS Dally 7 30am 7 48 and Evansville W A Bishop Parser 53 603 5 40 6 48 818 8 21 lvUnn ptar KentuctySt Hock Haven I ontfllranch Urandcnburir Kkron Guston 8 29 Cut Worms 663 603 618 626 In Hancock F M 6 00 835 Howard Willowdale Westlolnt Dally Dally 1235pm 7 45pm 20 733 1160am 665 1145 662 12 8 42 1135 1128 11 6 45 In Borne portions of Hancock county the cut worms have appeared in great numbers and have destroyed all the gar Â¬ dens and much of the corn It Is not so late however that tho damage will be very large as the destroyed crop can be replanted and will come on in time to ripen before frost Owensboro Inquirer E G RAGON Ryan Master 86U 9 07 851 uji 1112 W 1053 1045 1037 10 24 1020 1015 1007 10 02 9 45 9 40 9 33 6 51 TARASCON D 669 7 07 9 23 9 31 915 712 932 9 43 9 51 1011 1014 1025 1035 L Fenny Master L T Conner Parser 7 20 7 24 7 39 7 43 TELL OITY R II Ballard Master W D Newbll 727 966 959 Irvlngton Webster Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops 640 634 626 618 610 660 6 03 6J4 518 615 5 42 5 30 5 22 5 03 6 00 969 Parser After using the 10 cent trial size of Dally exoept Saturday between Louisville Elys Oream Balm you will be sure to buy the 50 cent size Cream Balm has and Hew Amsterdam Freight shipped by this lino delivered quick Â¬ no equal in curing catarrh and cold in er than by rail the head Ask your druggist for lt or Travelers will find tho steamers aro unsur send 10 cents to us passed in equipment and accommodations ELY BROS 50 Warren St N Y Tho best culinary aro employed cooks and Â¬ P B STAGGS Olty ai I suffered from Catarrh three years It got so bad I could not work I used two bottles of Elys Cream Balm and am entirely well I would not be without it Boa-A O Clarke 341 Shawmut Ave ho mono It equal to that of the best hotels General offloes 178 and 1T8 4th Arenas LcuIsTllle D L PENNY W W BITE Supt Pros O V WlLUAMS T P A ton Owensboro Ky Sklllman 4 49 927 llawesville 917 440 10 43 9 09 Pctrie 4 33 1049 Falcon 9 03 4 98 8 27 1058 Lewlsport 864 419 8 33 1105 Waltrnan 8 47 413 8 42 1114 Powers 8 38 4 01 1125 863 Pates 827 363 1135am 90 Owensboro 818 3 44 1146pm 918 Mattlngly 8 07 3 33 1161 921 GrinilV 802 329 1165 925 Stanley 768 3 26 9 32 1202 Worthlngton 7 62 320 1209 939 Iteads 746 313 9 47pm 12 17 Spottsvllle 7 38 3 07 954on 1324 Baasett 7 31 301 010pm 1240pm sr HnHrnv 7 15tw 2 46pm Trains Nos 41 and 41 make connection at Ir vlngton dally except Sunday with trains 10 and from llardlnkburj and Kordsyllle Ilrancb Only line running Tarlor Cars biween Louis ville Owensboro and Henderson Only direct line to the North and East Cor further Information call on or address Aaents or II C MORDUB A O P A 754 804 812 818 Louisville Ky LOWEST RRIGE I - PICNIC ul BIIIS Send us an order 4 The NEWS has every facility for turning out nuperior work of thii kind ijrlfrlf Main 1 THE BEECKENEIDOE HEWS afSMyH Jjfc iL HisdiBiiata4aWi v A -- ai STEPHENSPORT Arthur Blaine has returned from Flor- Â¬ fnwrft duo5 - - v in imh Mi in r rlniliaVnan i a i idswfi faUm r Breckenridge News WKDENSDAY JUNE f 1mpama 1 KING OF ROSEATE HUE Affairs In Breckenridge County Are Very Bright People Owe The Bank Less Than Thoy Have In Ycara 1898 frwkreVs Aritlea Salve Tub Bhbt Halvk in the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcere Salt Rheum Fe Â¬ Is the Luscious Sun Kissed ver Soroe Tetter Chapped Hands Chit Strawberry Mains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and posttvely cures Files or no pay re quired It is guaranteed to give porfect The Harbinger of Summer Oastro satisfaction or money refunded Frico nomtc Delicacies 25 cents per box For sale by Short Haynes It Reaches Its Best Development In GLENDEANE Breckearldge and Perry Â¬ SMALLJFRUiTS ida Miss Katie Allen Chenault visited Mm US English last week Mrs Andrew Crawford and daughter Ida are visiting in Roberta Bottom Mrs Witt ot Hardlnsburg spent ono The new bridge at Olendeane is com- Â¬ pleted Miss Lutle Moorman is sorely aflllcted with bolls Prof J II File returnod to Olendeane this week Our industrious Faul Dempster has gone into the tio business Merchants say Saturday was a fine day fpr business at Olendeane Miss Alma Mattingly is visiting friends at Hardlnsburg and Harued this week Mrs W R Moorman is expecting Mies Bessie Jarboe to visit her In the near future Misses Ilallle Moorman and Monna Hunter spent Monday and Tuesday in McDanlels Miss Ella Robertson and Mr Dick Wade were out at Goshen in a fine dou- Â¬ ble rig Sunday Mr W 0 Moorman and Miss Mary Moorman made a short visit to Clover port last week Mr R T Dempster and Mr I II Dewees attended the circus at Falls of Rough Monday Mrs AV D Owen Mrs James Kinche loo and Miss Eva Owen aro visiting Mrs Joe Howard at Rockvale Miss Mary Moorman Is expectlug Miss Irene Board of IiardlnBburg and Miss Wannle Williams of Bardstown this week Counties A FEy FACTS FROM GROWERS SAVE OUR LIFE Do Not Neglect the Kidneys and Bladder Disorder of these important organs causes Iirights disease rheumatiBm 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 theso organs ere neglected until that awful malady Brlghts diseoso lias fastened upon you and death awaits its Many miraculous cures have victim been wrought by a course of treatment with Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These tablets are put up in the ahapo of a kid Â¬ ney bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ nounced by tho 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 ri price 50 cents and 1 Db N 0 Davis Frankfort Ind WEBSTER Fine growing weather The tobacco crop is mostly plante d All roads lead to Garfield next Satur day Good horses once more command good prices MIbs Emma Kurtz is visiting in Da vices county Harry Stewart has moved into his new house The prospect for a crop to date was never better A portrait man did this community last week What will be the next catch 7 Mrs B Bohlerand Mrs AbeSkilluian Cloverport aro visiting Mrs J R Mays k Courier Journal is a The great educator and within the reach of twice-a-wee- Â¬ all A number from this community at Â¬ tended the horse sale at Irvington last Saturday Mrs John LyUdan went to Cloverport Saturday shopping and to howdy with old friends Prices of everything have Bteadlly ad- Â¬ vanced for several months until at present tho frogs even have ceased to croak We are glad to know our county has at last taken the initiative for better roads Continue the good work and prosperity will follow quickly apace The new church at Mt Merino just completed is beautiful commodious a valuablo addition to the community and something of which the congregation should fee justly proud The 6trawberry is king Its reign Is short but pleasant It makes its appear- Â¬ ance in time to fill a felt want Its lart pleasing favor is natures own tonic and gives a zest to the appetite that makes it superior to all patent medicines as a cure for that tired feeling It appears on the market when there is most need of it When the trees are covered with a virginal growth of foliage and nature deks herself with her maiden raiments the gastronomtcal wants of man are enlarged Canned fruits and vegetables lose thelj attraction and the keen ueBire for some thing fresh to eat is only satisfied with tho strawberry which fills the gap that lies between young onions radishes and beeta to peas tomatoes sweet corn and other truck from the garden patch orch- Â¬ ard and berry field Of late years Cloverport has attained considerable prominence as a point for the shlpmont of strawberries A large acreage of this luscious fruit is planted annually by the fruit growers in this immediate vicinity The pro- Â¬ duct of our strawberry patches find a ready salo at Louisville Evansvllle Owensboro and Henderson At this season of the year thousands of gallons aro shipped to nearby metro Â¬ polises and tho sales made represent a comfortable sum paid to the horticultur al iels of this county and Perry county Ind The average crop of berries produced on an acre of ground is about 400 gal Â¬ lons The average price paid is 20 cents per gallon Thus it will be seen that an acre of strawberries brings the grower about 80 and this is a very conservative estimate The btrries are shipped from here by rail and steamboats and no complaint has as yet been made as to excessive charges or bad Borvico The express compauies are begining to realize the Importance of this interost and are about to take steps to enlarge the market for our small fruit and also provide a much better service The favorite berries sold In this vicin- Â¬ ity are the Crystal City Crescent Gan dy and Haverland Thoy are all except- Â¬ ionally flue fruit being noted for their superior flavor and size Every fourth row in each patch of the Haverland Crescent and Gaudy varieties are un- Â¬ touched during the season because they haye passed the experimental stage and have become staples The fourth row serves to pollenize the rest and cause them to fructify The largest growers on this side of the river is Col Bill Aahby of the Highland nursery He planted 30000 vines this year for next seasons crop On the In Â¬ diana side at TobinBport Wm Leaf Mar- Â¬ ion Polk and W II Winchell are large growers and shippers of strawberries These gentlemen are the most progress- Â¬ ive and farmers in their re- Â¬ spective communities and are doing splendid work in demonstrating the fit Â¬ ness of this section for small fruit grow ing They give employment to hundreds of hands at lucrative wages during tho strawberry ricking season and are the means of distributing large sums of mon ey at a season of the year when it is most needed They are the pioneers of what promises to be a very important interest and ere five years have rolled around strawberries grown by them may be sold as tar as the Mississippi river and as far East at the Atlantic seaboard S C P Jones Mileshurg Pa writes I have used DoWitts Little Early Risers ever since they were introduced here and must say I have never used any pills in my family durlug forty years of house keeping that gave such satisfactory results as a laxative or cathartic Short Haynes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ day last week with Mrs Allen Rollins Sunday was a gala day with the colored FINANCIAL CONDITION folkB it being their annual association IN SPLENDID date Evarts English has returned from Lex Â¬ In a conversation with a Nkws reporter ington where ho has been attending Friday Mr A I Sklllman cashier of college the Breckonrldgu Dank said Mrs 8usan Perrlgo hotter known as The banks of this county have an unAunt Susan died very suddenly of usually large amount of monoy on hand for this season of the year Although heart failure We understand there are several appli- Â¬ the rates cf Interest aro low thore is but cants for our rchoool among them Miss little demand for money and it is really a drug in the market Notwithstand Â¬ Marlowe ot Vine Grove Crops of all kinds are in a flourishing ing the fact that the drought of last year condition since the late fine rains cut off the corn crop and other staples tho country is in bolter shape financially Wheat was never better than it has ever before been in its his- Â¬ Nine boys from this community left tory A noticable improvement has ta Â¬ last week for Lexington to enlist in tho ken place This is evidenced by the army Only ono was rejected fact that thero is but very little borrowIt is very provoking and humiliating ing and the people owe the banks less to have your items appear in print un- Â¬ than they have in twenty years like the original In our last weeks While an immense amount of improve items there were many errors for which ments have been mado in the county your correspondent was not responsible this season all the work has been done Several trains of soldiers pawed by home labor and with cash in hand through here last Friday enroute to But very little money has been taken Louisville aud thence to the east Our from the bank for thiB purpose Local exchange continues girls presented beautiful flowers to the active boys and received in return notes aud though The merchants usually check up their accounts yery close at this sea souvenirs son ot the year The human machine starts but once They pay cash for all the merchan and stops but once You can keep It go dise and are now paying for their spring ing longest and most regularly by using stocks DoWitts Little Early Risers the famous On the whole tho local financial situa- Â¬ little pills for constipation and all stom Â¬ tion is very bright and our people are ach and liver troubles Short Haynes fast reaching the point where they will be lenders of money instead of borrow SAND PILE FOR CHILDREN ers Bobbed the Grave The Cheapest and Most Satisfactory Play- Â¬ A startling incident of which Mr thing In the World John Oliver ot Philadelphia was tho subject is narrated by him as follows First in a childs outfit should be a I was in a most dreadful condition sand heap if the young ones are quite of My skin was almoBt yollow eyes sunken young writes Charles M Skinner in the June tongue coated pain continually in back Gardens for Children Ladies Home Journal Almost the and sides no appetite gradually grow Â¬ first thing that human beings want to do ing weaker day by day Three physi after they learn to eat is to dig A cart- Â¬ cians had given me up Fortunately a load of sand is one of the cheapest and friend advised trying Electric Bitters and to my great joy and surprise the most satisfying playthings in the world It is worth a houseful of dolls and paint- Â¬ first bottle made a decided improvement ed monkeys on sticks Watch Johnny I continued their use for three weeks and Nelly at their work aud you will wish aud am now a well man I know ttiey most heartily that you could find the saved my life and robbed the grave of same novelty enthusiasm in your em- Â¬ auother victim No one should fall to ployments That sand pile is very cos- Â¬ try them OnlySO cents per bottle at mos Mountains are budded from it Short Haynes Drug Store with the use of tin shovels and beach Heres Pluck pails thero are caves in the cool depths Mr and Mrs Tim Harman who recent- Â¬ near the foot of those Himalayas caves ly suOered a great loss by fire at Pates big enough for the cat to turn around in vllle in losing all ot their stock of mer- Â¬ Johnny makes a fort on his side and chandise were in the city Thursday Nelly lays out a garden on hers John- Mrs Harman had been to Louisville and nys fort mounts murdorous clothespins repurchased nn entlro now stock Their and the gardon has trees and flowers and loss amounted to something near 0000 fountains made of burned matches wisps Late to bed and early to rise prepares of paper and broomstraws while china dolls walk abroad there and take the air a man for his homo in the skies Early What trifling did you say Not so to bed and a Little Early Kisor the pill This is one of the most serious affairs in that makes life longer and better and Haynes life Dont you see that in this play the wiser Short little ones are learning Probably they MARKET REPORT8 acquire more exact information in an hour than Ihey gain all day in school Drain and Stock Quotations For May 28 They are geatherlng ideas facts about New York Beef Family 111 00312 00 extra inesi this physical world that they must use 8 00ft9 75 packed 0 0O10 6O Cot meats their whole lives long for all knowledge ricklcd beUles OWaVAC pickled shoulrests upon them ideas about substance ders 4c pickled hams 7U8c Lard 0 45 Western steam 1ork Old mess gravity density form distance 11 76S1 Butter Western dairy 14J17c creamery HBUc do factory llQISc Cheese One Minute is not long yet relief is State large SVAlKci small OaoUc part obtained in half that time by the use of ski ma KMftCMio full skims 233c Eggs One Mlnulo Cough Cure It prevents State and Pennsylvania llQISc western fresh lie consumption and quickly cures colds Wheat 11 Ui Corn 38Jio Oata 82io croup bronchitis pneumonia lagrlppe Jtye 07c and all throat and lung troubles Short Chicago k Haynes Cattle Beeves Si OOQB 23 cows and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ war ueciarea iOJ ODAIM fl Dfl O UU Uas done her level best to crush the insurrection in But the mighty I I is bound to CT V M I IH spirit of J Thero is coiner to be in we will be in the thickest of the flght from the jump We are lined up strong on everything and will always have a complete scook oiiiauaiijTUiN attoww ca uu S tAK FAMED BOOTS and SHOES whloh we buy for caBh If you want to get tho benefits of this flght call on Q OTV LIDUIl I T a war ritrht this town and prevail 4 GEO YEAKEL m St Troubles and Consumption Can be Cured Â¬ BRANDENBURG KENTUCKY Go 1 d tii THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE smmmmwmmimmmmmmmm We Have Business Sense Enough to know that when we work In the Interest of our customers we advance our own prosperity 7 ti An Eminent New York Chemist and Scien- tist Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers Tho distinguished New York chemist T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ ery of n 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 DOT-Â¬ TLES all different of his Now Discov- Â¬ eries to any aflllcted readerof thoBniiCK knuidqe News writing for them has His New Scientific Treatment cured thousands permanently by its timely use and be considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity U donnto a trial of his infalliblo cure Science daily develops new wonders and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ menting for years has produced results as beneficial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius His as Â¬ sertion that luug troubles and consump- Â¬ tion are curable in any climate is proven filed by heartfelt letters of gratitude in bis American aud European laborator les in thousands from those cured in all parts of the world Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ chial chest and luug troubles lead to Consumption which uninterrupted means speedy and certain death Simply write to T A Slocum M 0 08 Pine street New York glvint post office and express address and the free medicine will be promptly sent Suffer Â¬ ers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition Please tell the Doctor hat you saw bis offer in th Brkckknuiikik Nkwb Our Louisville Buyer Works in the interost of our customers by keeping a cosa watch up- Â¬ on the New York und Louisville wbolesalo markets aud picking up bargains He buys a lot of goods at a sacrlflco from jobbers who want cash These goods are shippod to our store and aro sold at prices ranging from 10 to 60 per cent less than they cau bo bought in other stores Shirts Shirts 1 1 Shirts For Warm Weather 1 Made in the comfortable negligee style of light but durable fabrics is what you want just now We have an immense 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 creates a good impression We can fit men of all sifces with everything needed from a hat to a pair of shoes We keep the nobbiest line of Clothing in this section and though the dogs of war have been turned loose it does not affect our prices Â¬ ASHCRAFT A D Ashcraft is on the sick list Miss Matilde Ashcraft went to Bran Â¬ Prominent Man Killed OW Â¬ Wllhoyte one of the most pro Â¬ minent wholesale merchants of Owensboro was killed while out driving last Tuesday night He was driving a spirited horse which became frightened and 0 00 ran away throwing him out of the Corn 325ic Wheat U 76 Oats 27c buggy He was for many years travel- Â¬ Bye CSc ing salesman for an Owensboro grocery llosto Wool Ohio fleeces X and above 25320a firm He was well known In this city XX and XX and above 29330o delaine and had many friends 30c No 1 combing 30c No 2 combingÂ¬ heifers 3 4034 00 Texas steers t 00 western fl 004 80 stockers and feeders 14 2S4 80 Hogs Yorker 804 03 roughs com mon to good ft -- Win SO mediums and UOj pigs 8 CO4 00 heavies f4 Sheep and Lambs Choice sheep 4 25Q 4 202H 40 common 5 45 fair J3 2b5 4 10 exports S3 00 choice lambs 4 fiOQ 4 CO denburg shopping last Friday Henry Cowley called on one of Brandenburgs belles Sunday eve Sup Ashcraft visited bis mother Mrs N 0 Ashcraft Thursday night We never had a better prospect for good crops everything looks well Mr Wolf of Indiana is painting the church They are also putting new pews in Miss Lena Young is visiting her sister Mrs J R Willett ol Brandenburg this week Mr Henry Neafus and family visited their parents Mr and Mrs J H Cooley Saturday and Sunday Mr Basket received a letter from his son John last week who joined the army some time ago Ho is now in Cuba Miss Hettie Hendrlck one of our most popular younc ladles has gone to Louis villa for an extended visit to her sister Mrs McCall A number from this community at tended the Ice cream andstrawberry sup per at Mr M R Dugans Saturday night all report n nice tim and grand supper Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Remember thnt our Mr Jacobs acts as a bargain hunter at New York and Louisville for our customers Ladies Knit Vests Of every description arc kept in stock All our goods in this line are suited to the season and are the most healthy and economical Â¬ - wj8 underwear that can be worn in this weather JACOB sMwaawsjjjBiasfjstaaMtai bjbbsjbisjjjbjsj MEYER mtmmmmmmimmitmmtmmmmmmmmJm BIG SPRING KY j qW M SiSsBa 4WT1I ABBBa fcwVSI Iklm mm of sin A Book OUR RECORD 20c THE MAD 00Q BUGABOO No Such Scrofula a Vile Inheritance Scrofula istho most obstinate of blood troubles and is often tho result of an inherited taint in tho blood S S S is tho only remedy which goes deop enough to reach Scrofula it forces out every truco of tho disease and euros tho worst cuscs My ion Oburlte was afflicted from Infancy with Scrofula and ha suffered so that It wm Impossible to tires him for three years Ills head and body were a mass ot sores and his eyesight also became affected No treatment Scientists Insist That There Is Thing as Hydrophola In the June Ladles Home Journal Edward W Bok writes on The Bugaboo of the Mad Dog quoting a number of authorities to show that there is no such disease as hydrophobia and inquiring if It is not time therefore in view of thesu indisputable facts that we should give ourst Ives a little more freedom ftom this I ugoboo of the mad dog What the newspapers so essentially report as cases of hydrophobia are in reality nothing more nor less than instances of people who have been bitten by dog and frightened into hysterical conditions in which they involuntarily repoduce all the supposed symplous of hydropho Uncla bia It is a pity that our newspaper Sam editors cannot have a more careful re Says gard for tho feelings of women during This is the summer months and agree to sup- Â¬ press the reports of cases suppo ed to be Americas hydrophobia They make the public Greatest mind nervous and do more to spread Medicine tliH silly notion of a oelief in hydropho It will bia than anything else Women have Sharpen had their feelings played upon long Your Appetite enough by this foolish notion of Purify and hydrophobia and enough unnecessary Vitalize Your Blood Overcome That suffering has been inflicted upon the Tired Feeling Get a bottle of dog who is ofUn killed for nothing but Hods Sarsaparllla and begin to a popular fallacy It is high time that take it TODAY and realize the great common sense should rule that we go4 H is sure to do you should believe the fact that there la no audi thing u hydrophobia and rid our selves J this bugaboo ol the saad dog flrwlMl Mtflclc Alt drufciflsli U AMwrfe Â¬ Cattle Choice 15 1033 IB good 15 OOfl 4 GOQ4 75 fair 5 10 tidy butchers 4 80 4 0OS4 o heifers S3 so 34 50 common 4 40 bulls stags and cows 12 004 10 fresh cows I20QG0 Hogs Yorkers H W24 03 mediums 4 2534 BO fair S4 00 grasstrs 13 100 3 15 heavy S4 16Q4 20 rough J2 604 3 60 pigs S3 05frt OS 4 0534 10 good Sheep Choice 4 053 4 10 fair 13 8524 Ouj common S3 23 7 60 lambs S4 055 00 Uufrklu Cattle Butchers 14 354 03 shipping 4 7WJ4 80 best steers 3 3005 83 good cows and heifers S3 2334S stockers and feeders S3 50414 40 Hogs Yorkers 4 1034 IS roughs com mon to good S3 85Q4 15 mediums and heavies 4 17 pigs S3 OOQi 00 Sheep and Lambs Sheep extra 4 232 IS OOqJS 10 4 80 good prime common 2 asty i 60 choice lambs 15 15415 25 Hogs 60 llttsbur for Young and Old WE CURE NERVOUS r Esfi 1878 BLOOD PRIVATE DISEASES 250000 DISEASED MEN GREAT REMOVAL SALE i i PRODUCE CURED Â¬ 250000 YOUNG MAN d9jpJL SrJl thought would relieve him but he grew worse until his condition was Indeed pitiable I had almost despaired of his ever being cured when by the advice of a friend we gave htm 8 8 8 was sparad that wa l QgfNsQLr Cleveland Yorkers and light 4 12 mediums 14 2t stags and roughs S3 75 and beavles Sheep S3 00Q4 60 Sheep and Lambs lambs S4 234J5 60 14 0034 75 heifers S3 00 Cattle Steers 33 00 cows and bulls 11 003 53 Clnclnnwtl Wbeut No 3 red SI IB Corn No 2 mixed 3U4c Oats No 2 mixed 30c Ilyt -5- 03 da For real blood troubles it is a waste of time to expect u guro from the doc tors itioou diseases are uovonu their skill Swifts Speolflo M0 Kim St aided Improvement was the result and after he had taken a doien bottles no one who knew of his former dreadful condition would have recognised him All the sores on bis body have healed his skin is perfcotly clear and smooth and he has been restored to perfeot health Mas H 8 Miaar Macon luwuts Specific Alio 5c --17 Lard 00 S3 00 S3 S2 Bulk meats 04 JO 15 S3 Bacon Hogs 8heep 764 4034 10 Cattle 7634 ilion Ignorant of tho torrlbla crlmo you wero committing 11 J you only conifjer tho fascinating allurements of this ovll habit Whon too lata to avoid lhn tap rtuio remits wero your eyes owned to your porur uiu you later nn in man Lood contract any 1111 VAi 11 or ULOOD dlaeaseY VcreoucuroJr Do you now and then see some alarming symptoms you marry in your nriMeni con Â¬ iiaro You know MK13 lATHKU dition LI Kl HON If married aro you con stantly living li Urcaiir la marriage a failure with you on account of any weak nets caused by early abuto or later ex Â¬ Have you been drugged with cesses mercury This booklet will imlnt out tn you the results nf them crimes end imlnt out how our NKW MimiOD TllKAT jwkut will positively euro you It shows how thousands have been saved by our NEW TllKATMlINT It prove bow we can UlMltANTKI TU UU1U ANY OIMAULK CABK Oil NO lAY Wo treat ami mirs KMIKSIONH OIIKT IHAlSS UNNATllllAI DIH CHAHUE3 KIDNEY and I1LADOER diseases ter CURED SteS About the 1st of July we ex- Â¬ pect to have our new store- Â¬ house completed and for the next 60 days we will offer goods at greatly reduced prices TAKEH M i Uh MiRKET PRICE V wrr SHELMAN i Irvingon Ky J CO to SSSrThBlood roaches all deep seated cases which other remodloahavo no effect upon It Is the only blood remedy guaranteed purely vegetable and contains no potÂ¬ ash mercury or other mineral Books mailed free to any address by Swift gpeeifle Co Atlanta O Toledo Oats SSo Wbeat Sl 20 Corn 34tfc Ilye OOc Cloverseed 3 23 XUUImsr Kgg-sButter Fancy creamery 17c SiltlOTUlti HK CURES GUARANTEED rresa iuc Splendid Saeeesa has been had in cases of colic diarrhoea etc by using Dr Caldwell Syrup Pep Â¬ sin Aaa household remedy for such troubles it is inyaluable Buy a 10a trial bottle and jou are bound te be convinced To be hd of 0b 0 Martin rnnn lffiWKONVLKU0MK ent fron liv The Wares of Sin enclosing io stamp CONSULTATION if unaoia to call writo tor Kennedy XR3 Kergan P E Parker Sharon Wis writes I have tried DeWitta Wltrh Iasl Balye All pasons snowing for Itching piles and ital ways stops them tnttaofttiatlcceaied themselves Iwlvbeil to io Wiillira Veil sr hereby In two minutes I consider DeWltts notified to come uwar and setle All those Witch ifarel Salve the grraUst pile cure holding claims against said estate are notMed to prcient tlicm propeily proven lor s ttlewnt on the mrkt Short A Havre Administrators Notice Hoods Sarsaparilfa 122 W FOURTH STREET OIHOIHHATI O SpN CALDWELLS PEPSIN OONSTIPATIONI Ml Johm W Cloverport Ky May 19 Vin Administrator t Y 4 DfWitf Witch Hm1 Siv Wt thin Crs PMs MMk