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A WS 1898 Washington June 1 The sternly Florida returned to Key West and re Â¬ ported tho safe landing of the Lnclet expedition with men arms and am munition for thelnsurgents on May 22 BUT ONE BEBULT What Would Happen ir Cervera Should Show Fight Key West May 31 Speculation now Is ovor whether Spains four cruisers and two torpedo boat destroy Â¬ ers shall be allowed to romaln bottled up In Santiago harbor or whether the forts shall be reduced and the vessels compelled to come out and fight In the latter case thero can be but one result for Commodoro Schley has some of the finest ships In the world to say nothing of cruisers and various smaller vessels and could In a few days bo reinforced by other powerful warships It would bo foolhardlness on the part of Cervera to offer battlr It Is now known that when the Spanish admiral sailed for the West Indies he expected to enter San Juan de Porto Rico for coal and supplies On touching at Curacao for newB his plans were upset by the receipt of dispatches telling him that Rear Ad Â¬ miral Sampson had bombarded the San Juan fortifications and was still In the neighborhood of Porto Rico Thereupon Cervera sailed for tho south coast of Cuba Why he entered the Santiago harbor Instead of the harbor of Clenfuegos Is not known but the American commanders were lnollned to think the Spaniards would go to tho latter port Key West May 31 Cervera is with- Â¬ out coal and Is not liable to get any If the bunkers ot his ships are ever again filled It will be at the direction of an American commander The British steamer Restormcl owned by J Cory Sons of Cardiff Wales with an enormous supply of coal for tho Spanish squadron wns captured last Wednesday by the aux- Â¬ iliary cruiser St Paul Captain Slgs- bee while trying to get Into Santiago harbor She sailed from Cardiff under a Spanish charter although she still carries the British flag She went to San Juan where she cleared for but there sho received orders from Spain to proceed to Curacao When she ar- Â¬ rived there sho was ordered to San- Â¬ tiago The collier was captured four miles off Moro castle and It required a solid shot to bring her to the blank put across her bow being Ignored She was brought hero In charge of a prize crew Her captain has told the whole story frankly The prize commissioners have libeled the shp and her cargo and they vIU go before the courts In the sameform as the jsther prize cases HE4 r ALL THE NEWS THATS KIT TO PRINT fi8 7 VOL XXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 8 Rojrml NO 47 bicyclist Is dantferoiMj Wat his homo In Freehold N J with Mexican fever Professor Samuel M Inglls state superintendent of public Instruction of Illinois died of nervous prostration at Kenosha Wis Tho annuo conference of general sec- Â¬ retaries of tho Young Mens Christian associations of North America Is in session at Warsaw Ky TueriHjr Ohio crops are regarded favorable GREAT REJOICING If s make the food ptfrt wholtMm and dllcleat V i W I v- - In Madrid Over the Sinking of the Merrimac w m mrm i TOLD IN FEW WORDS But the is Complete Nevertheless Story nra t POWDER Absolutely Pure Tedious Details and Orliht Literary Oems ol the Reporters are Carefully Painted a Blue Tint to Prevent the Facts Being Obscured Another prize has been captured OFFICIAL REPORT CAUSED IT American admiral that exchange th prisoners the meanwhile Hobson would be treated with kindness he offered to adding that In and his party the greatest oti MmNa rowotn eo niw you Huturday A strike has been declared by the miners ot the noith Colorado coal dis Â¬ trict Kingston Jamaica June 6 Rear Admiral Sampson during Friday morn Â¬ Monday ing decided to close tho narrow har- Â¬ Food supply at Santiago de Cuba Is bor entrance ot Santiago de Cuba by short sinking the collier Merrimac loaded A war balloon with telephone etc has arrived at Tampa with coal In the channel The cruiser Harvard obtained 750 He called for volunteers to go to al- Â¬ tons of coal nt Jamaica most certain death and 4000 men of- Â¬ The Columbia sank tho British fered themselves steamer Foscolla off Fire Island Lieutenant Hobson and bIx men were Cyrus C Carpenter ex governor of Iowa died at Fort Dodge la aged C9 chosen and at 3 a m Friday tho Mer- Â¬ Key West Fla Jun 2 In the Tha erection shop foundry and ma Â¬ rimac under her own steam entered United States circuit j court Judge chine shop of the Watsontown Pa tho channel under a terrible Spanish Locko ordered the condemnation of Car Manufacturing company was deÂ¬ fire Minn the cargo of 2400 tons df coal on the stroyed by fire Spain claims to havo only one weak Tho vessel was riddled with projec- Â¬ British steamer Restormdl captured off Jimmy Barry of Chicago and Casper warship 21 while tiles but she anchored and swung Santiago harbor on MaV Leon of New York fought a 20 round w trying to enter presumably to deliver Cruiser Yale nrrlved at Newport draw In New York around News for coal coal for tho Spanish fleoL TO DODGE BOOMERANG Lieutenant Hobson then set off an At MIddletown N Y Pat J Hardy NOT FOR EVERYTHING Key West June Internal torpedo with an electric at- Â¬ Spanish was killed by x rays troopship Alfonso XIII with troops tachment and there was an explosion After several weeks Illness John D But if you have kidney livor or blad Â¬ The Minister of Wnr For the Purpose of Preparing the Minds of the Tho Merrimac sank the channel was and coal on board was captured off Taggard president and founder of the der trouble you will find bwamp Root Cape Maysl by the auxiliary cruiser Fidelity Trust company died In Louis- Â¬ Populace for the Truth Which Must Eventually Become Known closed and apparently Admiral Cer St Paul Captain Slgsree The St just the remedy you need People are ville Ky of acuto stomach trouble vera will be unable to escape Paul fired 17 shots before the troop Has Warned the Rejoicing Dons Not to Become too Enthusiastic Henry Tutter 18 of Clear Lake and not apt to get anxious about their health ship surrendered and several of them Charles Anderostock 19 of Rlverton soon enough N vou are not auite Madrid June 6 Great pressure Is took effect Over so Small a Matter as Other Events of the war May Prove were drowned while bathing In the being put upon the government by the well or half sick have you ever Very Disastrlous to Spain and Almost Break the Hearts of those press to send to Manilla either Ad- Â¬ Sagamon river near Springfield Ills Washington June 2 tThe secretary thought that your kidnoys may be the Thiirriay who are now Shouting Themselves Hoarse Under the Influence of miral Cerveras squadron or the re of war sent to congress estimates for Eric Mackay the author Is dead In cause of your sickness additional approprlatlonsjamountlng to serve fleet at Cadiz It is easy to tell by setting aside your London a Most Brutal Deception Eight thousand men and six bat Â¬ 13107000 The Items are given as fol- Â¬ The Atlantn Ga board of education urine for twenty four Lours a sediment lows Gun and mortar patterles teries could be embarked within 24 2 wants French shut out of the public or settling indicates an unhealthy condi- Â¬ hours at ports in the south of Spain BG2000 expeditionary forces to Cuba schools tion of the kidneys When urine stains 350000 signal service 195000 But the government hesitates to send Madrid June 6 There is great re- Â¬ miles noftlUnortheasv of Cape Finis William Koseck 78 an old Polish linen it is evideuce of kidney trouble an expedition so late when American joicing here over the sinking ot the terro most westerly headland of reinforcements from California are Omaha Neb June 2 Governor Hol musiclun hanged himself by tho G Too frequent deJre o urinate scanty Merrimac at Santiago the oillclalx Spain he sighted a large vessel likely to forestall any Spanish string of hli bass viol In New York supply pain oWulj aclie in the back is relief comb said he would appoint Hon W having posted a bulletin to the effect painted white with a yellow funnel At a meeting ot the commission It also convincing proof that the kidneys The government expects that events J Bryan colonel of tbje Third Ne- Â¬ that the vessel was a warship and was showing the American colors was determined that the Thomas Or- Â¬ and bladder need doctoring In and about Cuba will soon give a braska volunteers and Mr Bryan said sunk In battle by the Spaniards chestra concerts nt the Omaha exposi Â¬ decisive turn to the course of the war he would accept There is satisfaction in knowing that Cape Haltlen Haiti June 6 A dis- Â¬ The effect this announcement has tion auditorium will be free It looks for either a landing and de- Â¬ the great remedy Dr Kilmers Swamp- patch from a government source a Philadelphia June 2 Vice President had upon the populace Is greatly d The Populists Root f nlfllls everv wlMn felle vTng weak feat moAq pr a signal reÂ¬ ttiu CuuasjepuDiIcli X ZiZzx oJHcllsI wnn nov rfiaU hat Port au Prlnrjj saya held a state convention at Des Moines or weecseU kidneys and all forms of blad Â¬ verse to the Spanish troops or Admiral rived here now In Santiago de Cuba Washington May 31 Unless the la and nominated a full ticket Of a ViuKlZ reaction will be a result der and urinary troubles Not only does cables that the destitution there has Cerveras squadron orders of the war department have state officers by ucclamutloii when the truth Is known A HAILOF STEEL Swamp Root give new life and activity miscarried the troops that have been Lieutenant General Corrca minister greatly Increased since the bombard- Â¬ Washington June 6 Substantial bhowered Upon Fort atmrdlog- Hon James L Lloyd representing Uarbor gathered at the gulf ports are now to the kidneys the cause of trouble but of war has become-- thoroughly ularmed ment began and the military com- Â¬ promotion Is lu store for the gallant at Suutlugo mander has been forced to reduce tho men who took the Merrimac In accord- Â¬ aboard transports waiting to carry the frst Missouri district In congress by treating the kidneys it acts as a tonic and Is trying to square matters by Capo Haltlen Haiti Juno 1 Ad Â¬ was renominated to succeed himself by urging the country not to excite un- Â¬ rations of tho soldiers among whom ing to the statement of one of the vices received from Havana at 515 them to tho enemys country I you need or the entire constitution About 25 of these ships the biggest tho Democratic convention at Hanni- Â¬ a medicine you should havo the beat duly as the war may yet bring forth there Is much discontent officials competent to speak on this p m Tuesday say that since 2 p m bal and fastest that could be obtained bitter disappointment Sold by druKBiss price fifty cents ind St Petersburg June 6 The Novosti subject and to pledge the navy depart- Â¬ the American Act at Santiago de Cuba suitable for tho purpose had been Wednedajr Dispatches from Havana described ment When they get out of their had been cannonading tho batteries of You may have a sample the Chars mouthpiece commenting on The Fourth Illinois district Repub- Â¬ one dollar wild enthusiasm tliero on the reception the supposed Spanish prisons they will profit by Morro Castle La Zecapa and Punta gathered ready to receive the troops intention of the Spanish lican convention renominated George buttle and phamphlet both sent free by They will accommodate about 40 of the news from Santiago At the government to mail upon receipt of three two cent appeal to tho powers this In the shape of advance in num Â¬ Carda W Prince for congress 000 men for the short voyage with principal theater the play was stopped At the to Intervene says It Is full time bers and in rating which means American same time It was added the safety Fire totally burned Worthlngton stamps to cover cost of postage on the and tho telegram read to the audience to money ships had been engaged end a senseless and criminal war Mention Tiik Ureckkniiidob How many troops started where academy at Lincoln Neb the Episco- Â¬ bottle after which the streets were filled with Spains with the Spanish warships The firing appeal is a sort of capitula- Â¬ News and send your address to Dr Kil Â¬ they took ship and where they are pal college of the state Cape Haltlen Haiti June C A re- Â¬ wns extremely heavy patriotic crowds who kept up the re- Â¬ tion but on the other hand America port which can not be verified Is cur- Â¬ bound for are Co Uinghamton N Y The At the conference ot the Dunkards mer joicing the greater part of tho night At 345 p m tho cannonading be Â¬ directing spirits questions which the must voluntarily submit her preten- Â¬ rent here to the effect of the campaign re- Â¬ In Chicago the wearing of beards was proprietors of this paper guarantee tlio Â¬ that the Ameri- came less heavy against the fortifica- Â¬ It Is well understood that there will tions to a tribunal of the powers geuuiness of this ofler can fleet off Santiago de Cuba destroy- Â¬ tions but was more accentuated in fuse positively to answer commended to all the brethren be a terrible reckoning when tho boom- Â¬ America cannot avoid doing this as ed the Spanish fleet An understanding erang returns and it Is believed Senor But uo direct the locality where the fleets were en Â¬ was reached her position with the two long and news from there has yet been received gaged A bath with Cosmo Buttermilk whereby the Hawaiian resolutions will Castelar and his followers are only exposed Educate Your Howe With Caiiraret coast lines Is not such as could Candy Cnthartlc cure contIpatlon forevet bo considered In the houso next week awaiting that movement to step in and Tho American sqiadron was com Soap pxqusltelv scented is soothingand 0u25c If CCC fall tlrutklaurcf una mouiiy withstand the combined fleets of two or Madrid June 6 The Spanish ver- Â¬ posed ot i4 warships of which the benedcal Sold Everywhere take formal possession of the reins of three European powors Arthur A Zimmerman the renowned sion ot the sinking of the Merrimac crulot Ntw York displayed the flag government in the channel leading Into the harbor ot Rnir VlmlirU Sampson and a num- Â¬ Barcelona Juno 6 A well known of Santiago de Cuba says Two Amer- Â¬ Off Santiago de Cuba June 6 When ber of torpedo boats ADDISON Rear Admiral Sampson called for vol- Â¬ merchant here has received a dispatch ican ironclads were seriously damaged Tha fttr of Morro castle La Zocapa The Span Â¬ and unteers to go on tho Merrimac overy to tho effect that on May 27 a Spanish during the engagement iunn Ccnda suffered especially man In the squadron responded Lieu- Â¬ squadron consisting of three cruisers iards also describe the affair as a The carnonadng was very persistent brilliant Spanish victory tenant Hobson and seven men wero and three other protected vessels was and carTrot hue failed to be destrlct-iv-chosen Tho vessel was sunk by the Tho town which Is situated near W0BK T0JBE DONE seen off tho Island of Madagascar pro- Â¬ lieutenant who exploded a torpedo ar the In nor end ot the harbor escaped ceeding northward lorto Illco Cuba unit Philippine Ilantl damage ranged for the purpose Admiral Cer to Vail vera has offered to exchange the At 345 p m the cannonade dimin Washington May 6 The navy de Â¬ Washington Juno 2 Something In ser- Â¬ prisoners No one was killed or partment has received a cablegram an- Â¬ tho nature of the plan of campaign ished ALmit 3 oclock cannon dis iously Injured charge were heard at a distance pre ISSUED IN THE INTEREST OP OUR PATRONS nouncing the death at Kobe Japan of of the United States government has sumiby at sea continuing for soiu Port Antonio Jamaica June C A Captain Charles V Gridley of the crui- Â¬ been made public for the first time tlmn rn tho firing ceased com- Â¬ since the beginning of hostilities vessol that has arrived here from San Â¬ This Is contained In a letter ot Sec- Â¬ pleter reports that the Ameri Â¬ ser Olympla Admiral Deweys flagship tiago do Cuba NO 1 VOL 1 ADDISON KENTUCKY The Spanish authorities maintain retary Alger to the speaker of the cans sunk on Friday night the Spanish Gibraltar June 6 Th6 Cadiz roserve house transmitting strict nllt cre as to the number ot vic- Â¬ cortaln recom- Â¬ torpedo boat destroyer Terror The as squadron Is now a week out and bound mendations and statements ot Gen- Â¬ tims who were apparently numerous BumptIont based upon dispatches from for Cuba At 640 p m the Santiago cable was The shirt waist has como to stay Ad Â¬ Where are you going lo tny pretty malil eral Ludly which disclosed the pur- Â¬ Madrid has been that the destroyer he alJ To AddlwnAf lckiir till working from Santiago dison BUY YOUR Dick sell the material to make pose of the war department to send And may I go with you my pretty mild Terror after leaving Fort de France BES0TJE0FHEB0 OEEW Private messages Intimated that them of 70000 men to Cuba 20000 to start at Certainly tlr It the best place to trade went to Porto Rico waters and It Is After Sluklnir the Herrlnmo They Rnnreil once and the remainder Just as soon there had been a severe fight between Summer millinery of the greatest var probable that the Santiago advices McCormick binders mowers and reap Dlreetljr to the Spanlh Fleet as they can be made ready for depa- Â¬ the American fleet and the outer forti- Â¬ iety and guaranteed to be fashionable at ers are the best on earth We sell them confuse her with her sister de- Â¬ Washington Juno 6 The following rture fications and the Spanish fleet stroyer the Furor as has several times Addison Dicks The fliht lasted the greater part of Then there was an estlmato for es- Â¬ In harvesting your hay use a hand or been the case In dispatches from other statement wns posted on the bulletin The canning season has opened up and sIf dumping rake We haye them for tablishing electrical communications the afternoon board of the navy department FROM points The advantage appears to have been we have a large quantity of glass fruit sale Mole Haiti Juno 6 Succeeded in in connection with the army In Cuba with the Americans jars and tins to sell to the trade Porto Rico and the Philippines Mount Gretna Pa June 6 At sinking While the United States is annexing Merrimac In tho channel at showing for the first time officially an At the time of the latest advices tho 230 Sunday afternoon company F What uncle Sam is doing to Spain isnt Hawaii Addison Dick are annexing Santiago June 3 at 4 p m This was Implied Intention on the part of the combat was still In progress Eighteenth regiment Captain Samuel a marker to what Addison Dick ate naw trade territory Quick sales aud Persons who climbed Lookout moun- Â¬ Jeffries commanding broke camp and carried out most gallantly under the government to land troops In Porto tain at tho entrance of Cape Haltlen dolug to high prices They hayo inaug Â¬ small profits helps them to do tho work the company toft at 930 p m for Al command of Lloutenant Hobson and Rico urated a regular slaughter sale The war department received a dis Â¬ harbor declare they heard cannonad- Â¬ lance O ifiere they will do duty seven men The unprecedented wheat crop will patch from General Brooke in com Â¬ ing low but distinct to the west and guordlnjyjffie gunworks ot T It Mor M WHWtiMHIHWHMWIWMWmiiMllmifcniHumlllMIWtHniWlHnilHMIWllht Farmers will soon commence harvest require an immense amount ot binder- to the north beyond Tortuga Island By a flag ot truce from Spanish Ad- Â¬ mand ot the forces at Chlckamauga gan Emsona orders to this effect ing their wheat and they should rein tu twine We bought twine before the in Â¬ A correspondent who was at the sig- Â¬ been rocelved Sautrday night miral Cervera sont in recognition of setting at rest the reports as to inad- Â¬ ber that if any part ot their machinery creased demand put the price uptherefore nal station about the same time also equate food and water supply there mombers of the company are not their bravery I am Informed all are breakn repairs for all McCorinick ma Â¬ we can save you from one to two cents resembling a cannonade me naval omciais were con- Â¬ heard soundswas In the right gleaned with the order as they were prisoners of war and two are lightly The wind direction chines can be found at Addison A Dicks por pound Addison A Dick siderably mystified throughout the Wh pay the highest prices for couutry all anxious to sea active service wounded day by tho reports of an engagement to carry the detonations to him It seems certain that tho fleet the produce - off Santiago J request authority to approveMadrid June 6 The queen regent At the outset there was has Informed Senor Sagasta that sho change If possible between theuand complete skepticism and a disposition Haltlen gunboat sawir passing Cape Ladles should call and examine our Maysl going northward found its op- Â¬ does not desire a prosecution ot Senor the prisoners at Atlanta Six of the to treat the reported action as a myth portunity of turning backward across hsndsome line o lrpts goods The impression obtained during the Kmllla Castelar the Republican states To awing in a shady nook in your own yard teas for tho article attacking her Spanish squadron are in the harbor of afternoon that in execution ot general the front ot an opposing force Straw hata are seasonable We have Morro castle is at the entrance of recewtly puhllsbed in the Petite Revue Santiago and unable to avoid being Instructions to all naval commanders a line variety All prices and all styles SAMPSON on the Cuban nast to prevent the the harbor of Santiago de Cuba La iRteraatinale and reprinted in a lead captured Zecapa also shown on the maps as la Madrid paper This is the bifgdftt and h s country Kingston Jamaica June 6 Hobson construction or strengthening ot bat- Â¬ La Zecapa castle Is a short distance teries by the Spaniards Commodore Quick sales and the hero crew of the Merrimac Schley observing work of this kind inside the harbor entrance and Punta store in the county Liverpool June d Captain Williams and While you can We have a splendid variety at your own prices motto is going on at Morro castle had drawa Corda is situated on a point well In Â¬ small profits our of the British steamer Laguna of the were saved In a startling tnannor side tho harbor of Santiago de Cuba Mlder Dempster Companys line Unable after the sinking ot their his fleet up close enough to stop It This shows that the American fleet Is not believed for Hying between Rotterdam and west Af Â¬ vessel to make their way back through heItmade any attempt toan instant that has entered the harbor according to rican ports writes to the company that enter the harÂ¬ at 7M0 p in Monday ftMa 10 when 30 the storm of Bhot and shell they bor but It U entirely conceivable that the Havana advices and has engaged rowed Into the harbor to the Spanish while engaged la shelling the shore the Spanish fleet in those waters flagship and were taken o board un Â¬ batterlw and finding the Cristobal Washing June 1 No advice ot Colon in raNge he could not resist the harmed an wgagoment at Santiago have Xmm temptation to try a few shots at The Opaalah admiral under a Hag ot x mi The statement from Madrid In what reached the navy department and the srwM jm ADDISON KENTUCKY Friday Mt word to the miMd to U Almost jwml omcUl oJRcUm bore discredit the report tniM o wffCAtyf f It Was Given Out As a Brilliant Spanish Victory TROTH WILL CAUSE A REXLON form of the acifteness 6t the financial stringency then and the plain Inti Â¬ mation of the Bank ot Spain and con- Â¬ sequently Spain were ntarlng the end of their financial resources was re- Â¬ garded at the state department as ot more real significance than many of the stories of battles on land and sea that have como over tho cables for the past few weeks Tho effect of this notjeo may bo to hasten the operations against Porto Rico lest the prize slip from our crngp through a sudden and unexpect- Â¬ ed termination ot the War Those In Authority Are Fearful Outcome THE of the Wells a well known banker In New York of heart disease King Humbert received In audience General William F Draper the United States ambassador to Italy Tho building and stock of George B Evans wholesale and retail druggist and dealer In fancy articles of Phila- Â¬ delphia was damaged by fire to tho extent of about 50000 Tho Northern Pacific liner Victoria made tho run from Yokohama to Ta coma Washn a distance of 42000 miles In 12 days and 17 hours main- Â¬ taining an average speed of 14 kuots an hour FrldiT Cloudburst occurred at St Cloud S Is dead James men were drowned Colonel Stone of Allegheny will like Â¬ ly be nominated for governor by tho Pennsylvania Republicans E F Achcson was renominated for congress by tho Republican conferees of the Twenty fourth Pensylvanla dis- Â¬ Sho Is the Spanish bark Maria Dolores A sailboat with 10 men capsized near Seoul Cholx Point Wis Four at his home trict Captain J B Foraker Jr has been assigned to duty as assistant to the adjutant general of the Third army corps at Chlckamauga TRYING fi ofa varu middle-of-the-roa- 5 Â¬ DICKS 5 TRADE JOURNAL 1 Â¬ HAY RAKES Â¬ Â¬ Addison Dick MM LOCAL NEWS Â¬ HAMMOCKS V BE COM FORT ABLE qAwrpail ar ADDISON DICK t H fr ft r inim r t wvjp sss - r f jHMJTERnC MI - fiiHnMiiiwnHH III III Â¬ I III 1 BRECKENRIDGE Jn NEWS HARD1N8BURG Quarterly court sits next Monday Morris Eskridgo went to Owensboro Monday Born to the wife of IM Goodman June 4th n boy John Pulllam was here last Sunday from Cloverport Irwin Payne sold a horse to Carter Bro yesterday for 5 Wra Hensley is putting up an Iron fence in front of his residence Just think one dozen photographs only 75c at Mattlnlya gallery Your photo on a button Call back of post ofllce Wm J Mattlngly Elihu Meador is attending District Conference this week atLeitcbtleld John W DaviB was granted a pedlers license in the County court last week A X Klncheloo returned from Louis- Â¬ ville laat week with a fresh lot of goods Miss Tula O Daniel writes that she may be at home about the first of July Taylor Meador has been appointed deputy constable for the Hardinsburg district G W Beard and wife are attending District Conference this week at Litch- Â¬ field DIk V 0 Babbles Editors and Prsprlstfrs WEDNESDAY JUNE 8 1898 llflcates to return them They were Is sued to the following parties W R Sanders to Ida Goddlt Wm G Stlth to Maggie Hair Iueac Carter to Joeie Vlttl too A little white wash helps tho looks of a place wonderfully A number of our Â¬ SIX PAGES IIustis for good roads Housons choico made a hero out of him Thk chariot of progress can only inovo over good roads Tub tun of prosperity is beginning to shine on our farmers Good roads shorten the distance to tho highest goat of civilization Plkabb Mr Weather Clerk a little Klondlko in ourn wed like Tub wings that riches liavo aro used more in going instead of coming Good citizens have already made their premises look bright and fresh in this way And there are others yet who could do so Tho same may be said of the conn ry When you travel along the public road and see the farm premises whitened up with tho whitewash brush and oilier evidence of cleanliness and improve- Â¬ ment it seems to give you new life The Sunday School at Cave Spring will hold Childrens Day exercises next Sunday Speaking of Sunday School work reminds mo that it was at this very point that Allen Murray and Judge Mercer betook themselves one Suuday afternoon to give a Sunday school talk to the children two or three years ago on an occasion similar The two dfs tlngulshed limbs of the law were in their best plight of course and the crowd expected to hear something first class Their remarks were not Intenaly spiritual of course but they got off very well Judge Mercer thinks now that he could make an improvement on that effort aud he wants to be billed for an Â¬ other occasalon For a perfect complexion and a clear healthy skin use Cosmo Buttermilk Soap Sold everywhere Cure Consti pation sad you cure ita consequences These are of the consequences of constipation Biliousness loss of appetite piraplcseour stomach depression coated tongue night- Â¬ mare palpitation cold feet debility diz- Â¬ ziness weakness backache vomiting jaundice piles pallor stitch irritability Borne laiuiuaiuiiaiuiauiuiuuaiuiiuiauiuiiiumuiuaiuuuiuiu CLOVERPORTS LEADING ONE PRICE STORE 10 Per Cent Off MENS SUITS T T R A 10 Per Cent Off Boys Clothing nervousness headache torpidlivcrheart burn foul breath sleeplessness drowsi Â¬ ness hot skin cramps throbbing head llnll end HntFHri with lloysSult Ayers Pills bowels Arm tor Surm Ourm Oonmtlpmilon Dr J C Ayers Pills aro a specific for all diseases of the liver stomach and 15 r roads create new wealth and I suffered from constipation which as Donald Rush was brought here yesÂ¬ those who build them are the beneflcl- - terday from Jollys Station and declared snmed such an obstinate form that I feared IRVINGTON it would cause a stoppage of the bowels aries a lunatic After vainly trying various remedies I beÂ¬ Miss Ellen McGehee is in Louisville Prof Logan is beginning to arrange gan to take Ayers Pills Two boxes effected Tub contagion of murders in Louisville his program for the It N college com- Â¬ Grandma McGlothlan has returned a complete cure Bhould be followed by an epidemic of mencement D BURKE Eaco Me from a visit to Lodiburg hangings Mrs Parsons has gone to board with For eight years I was afflicted with Mrs Flage Wathen and daughter Miss Mrs Witt while her husband is absent Ellen are visiting the old home place constipation which became so bad that the doctors could do no more for me Then I The divine henler business is on the in Holts bottom Misses Eva and Kitty McGloth- Â¬ Little began to take Ayers Pills and soon the bum Shrader its chief exponent lias There will not be much opposition to lan have gone to Camp Herndon for a bowels recovered their natural action to pawn his shirt for a meal brief stay had the road tax If the work on the roads WM H DeLAUCETT Dorset Oat proves a success Miss Annie Lee Bandy went to Louis- Â¬ PILL THAT WILL Good roads rfve a community a good Mr and Mrs W K Barns were visit Â¬ ville last Tuesday to see her sister re- Â¬ THE namoand theSrriptureB tell us that a ing friends at points down on the brancli turning Saturday week BRANDENBURG Our BrkckeniiidoeNews Editor was in good name is more to be desired than railroad last Lonnio Smith has given his residence town Saturday but he came to late to great riches a fresh coat of paint and his premises a join the picnicers Mrs Tempo Simmons has been very general overhauling Miss Sallie Harris has returned to her ill for the last week The battle ship Kentucky could be The Sunday school at Pleasant Grove home in Chicago She is delighted with Simplicity is a young girls greatest very appropriately ueed to draw the cork church near Gai field will celebrate Chil her adopted homo charm like the perfume of a flower Â¬ LEADING ONE that holds the bottled up lleet in San drens Day next Sunday Mr and Mrs Ifawes dined Mr and Miss Addie G Dittos sweet voice was tiago harbor The County court allowed W T Mrs Bate Washington and Mr and Mrs heard in the choir Visible last Sunday Washer 74 SO balance on building abut- Â¬ Weaver last Sunday Bro O W Hesson delivered an excel- Â¬ In looking for a peace maker Spain Is ments to Iisgah bridge Miss Lily McGlothlan made a flying lent sermon to his members last Sun- Â¬ in the position of the man who yoked II C Lake got the contract for put- Â¬ trly to Camp Herndon Saturday p m day himself up with a bull calf and then ting down the pavement around the jail returning to tier place of business Mon- Â¬ Mrs Ella Gregory with her pretty day property at 37 J per foot yelled for some one to head us ofT are at her fathers Mr George Little Miss Lizzie Lee Beville and baby Kenny Board who has been with the Dowdons t Texas road for sometime at Cloverport Master Walthall of Louisville came An ounce of nreytntion is worth a la at homo on a vacation Mr and Mrs Andrew Falrleigh spent down for a few days visit to their Jolly V mind of cure If the health board lived several days last week with Mr and Mrs Mill- Â¬ little friends J W Lewis up to this truism there would not be a er We understand that Mrs Charles Mr aud Mrs Charlie Marshall nee Â¬ will not occupy the farm of her de Gene Fontaine of Owensboro spent Nell Bandy haye returned to Irvington nuisance in town to threaten the public ceased husband since his death For the piesent they will make this Sunday at home He couldnt stand it health Misses Ada and Neta Beard and Anna their home We greot them gladly over a week Gardner stayed over at Garfield last Sat- Â¬ The Social Mirror in last issue of Tins Is a record breaking year so far as urday to visit the Misses Board Misi Nora Henderson lias gone to Owensboro to spend a while with her tliis paper reflected great credit on the the exportation of American manufac Â¬ Miss Nancy J Williams who has been youn city editor Ed Foote who tured products ate concerned We ex- visiting Miss Irene Board returned to sister Mrs are sorry to learn is in poor health we A number of the grown young ladles ported 200000000 worth of articles this her home at Bardstown yesterday Miss Julia Greenwood is the proud and gentlemen went over to Buck creek year The excem of exports over inj was a recruiting officer at Jollys aunty of a fine boy whose parents do last Thursday night for a moonlight fish There uria aggregates 30000000 something station last week but he didnt get but honor to two great grandfathers by be Â¬ I told you Dewey alnt in it any Â¬ few followers for the Cuban army stowing the combined names James more Talk about heroes of the Merri that never before occurred iii our his tory G W Beard has been invited to speak Edmond Carter mac now 1 told you to wait now its to the children at Garfield next Sunday Misi Charlotte Herndon is on the sick Hoi son you see list but not seriously ill Many kind The Louisville Times is to be commen- during the Childrens Day services Mrs King and daughter Miss Ethel It N Miller purchased the G P Jolly friends regret but hopa she will soon of Missouri are with her sister Mrs ded for raising the patronize home in -residence some time ago and he is now regain her wanted good health for we Helmstettor Miss Ethel is only sixteen dustry cry at the Falls City It is fol having the house re covered and repaint- Â¬ miss her cheery face from among us and has just graduated with much owing the footsteps of the News in bo ed Last Wednesday evening there was an honor doine Now let the Times show its con- Cy Pate and Miss Ida May aud Jones Informal dance given at Mrs Colnnjha Hugh Ditto came up from Owensboro as -Jistency by advocatngTnWUYliJucky Mercer and his sister Miss Tida attend- - nuoues neaiuHi country Home where iubi ouurra huh tjpeir wuuuuy wiui irecr phalt be used in the construction Tor Tjavibjld rens Day at Bewleyville last alLwiJC iherry bs a marriage bell un and Mrs W D Howard Hugh looks fl the wee sma hours ot the morn -well and loses none of his flue looks as Sunday Louisville streets i A large crowd of Brandenburg people he grows older Rev W B Sneed is putting in good He has a good crop came over to tho Catholic fete Mrs Miss Mary Lizzie Haynes entertainod The Madisonville Hustler with char- time on his farm with acteristic enterprise recently issued a of corn and lie loves to stand out and Grinnell startedillness them as chaperone Misses Florine Anderson Maude Reesor see it grow but a sudden compelled her to Annie Bondurant Lena Nevitt and handsomely illustrated sixteen page OM H Mabel Hardin and The public road from this place to return which wad the cause of much Nevitt last Thursday P night anda moon- Â¬ industrial edition It was artistically ar- Â¬ Garfield has been wonderfully Improved regret to light fishing party A B Coleman leaves Monday to join ranged and well edited The Hustler is If the overeeers will now work the hills his wile at Vine Grove thence to Cona prime factor in promoting the interests it will be still better Otter Reesor and sister Miss Maude ference at Leitchfield Mrs Coleman of its town It Is a paper of metropolitan Mrs J E Monarch and her children will return home after quite a protracted spent Saturday aud Sunday at their PAY AND CASH MARKET make up and so bright that it is more came up from Owensboro to visit her stay with her daughter Mrs W D home Muldraugh to Otter delivered theÂ¬ welcome address the Teachers Assofathers family in the country and her Cain frequently quoted from than any other FOR Mr Burton Mr Hardesty AND MULES ciation relatives in this city paper of its class in the State The children were loud in their Pious Yates and others attended Deputy Clerk Clint Hook and Mrs expressions of enjoyment Saturday and Mrs R II Brashear of Owensboro Robt McGuffin will attend the Stato juugim from the satisfied expressions of Mrs Jess Olarkson Louisville Mr and A HUGADOO e Sunday School Convention to be held the couples their pleasure must Mrs Jim Wimp Ekron Mr and Mrs at Paducah next week have been equal A picnic is Jolly fun John Wimp Irvington haye all been for the young Physical Examination Was Too Rev T U Williams the Synodical called to the bedside of their father Mr A number of Irvinglon people took in E Wimp who is critically ill Missionary was down at Garfield last Strict Sunday and preached three sermons at the Childrens Day services at Bewley- Â¬ Miss Mary Lewis has returned from a ville Sunday The exercises were of a Pleasant Grove church particularly pleasing cast and tho child Â¬ visit to Louisville Miss Bess Is at home B F Beard and his daughter Miss ren acquitted both theirselves and those from Potter College Bowling Green Cap C R Tyler of the 19th Infantry after a two years stay We extend her U S A assisted by Privates Donner and Bessie and P M Beard and wife went having it in charge quite credibly a cordial welcome and consider her quite relatives Colhouu established recruiting head to visit Mr Gross near Bewleyville last Our young people Misses Mollie Lyon an acquisition in our social calendar family Friday and Batie Herndon Messrs Roy Wimp quarters at the Mitchell Hotel in this The elocutionary contest by the class F W Hayncs of Harned has gone to and Morris Jolly have returned home city three days last week Iryington where he has taken a place in from school They were quite as glad to of Brandenburg Normal will take place day at moat reasonable terms Mrs His cousin Ensor Keith erect some monuments PERSONAL MENTION On Wednesday about eight young men the railroad ofllce to learn telegraphy get back to the homo will return with him to learn the marble business nest and other next Saturday night June 11th at the Herndon is a typical Kentucky house- Â¬ walked eighteen miles from Lodiburg and the railroad business triends as the parents were to have school building Well and wisely chosen keeper and entertainer and her table Mrs FT Heyser who visited her sou In camp judges will be present to make an un abounds in well served edibles Five Cbrls Ahl was la town Saturday and endeavored to enlist Out of that Chatauqua at Lexington last week has returned Wm J Mattlngly has leturned to this them home again prejudiced unbiased decision as to who Sulphur wells at hand Nature has been home She says that Hoy Is In good health anJ Chili Jonn Stcphemport was here Sunday number but four were taken the others place with his photograph gallery He A merry crowd of little ones filled Mr shall wear the medal Come everybody lavish in her gifts to thisBpot and wooi that he and his comrades had many delicacies that This has been very successful at points he Jim Smiths big road wagon last Saturfailing to pass the examination Miss Daisy Mclntire has arrived from one to embrace this opportunity to revel I Mrs I C Dabbace went to Ioulivltla Friday were tent them by friendt day to and from the picnic and a jolly Logan College Russellvllle where she in freedom and ease The L H put a damper to the enthusiasm of other has vieited around the couuty S niiiajennic I aucrfon hki in me cur jcuvruuy The law business seemes to he a little time they had Mr Smith is certainly has been for three years pursuing a liter- Â¬ L railroad has mtde one fare trip to army L tl Ierklns oflrvlnKlon was In town Sunday patriot who wanted to join tho Fenny Win aud Pound Foolish dull There was some half dozen added the right man in the right place with a from Camp Herndon Louisville As one of tho men was rejected be Â¬ to the profession here last court which wagon full of rolicking fun loving child- Â¬ ary aud musical coufse and which she Mln Hllta May It yliillni friends at Owensboro Hardiushnrg this week She is a very brilliant Cloverport Owensboro completed are they who haye not Foleys Colic ren He was very watchful and careful musician and we hope to have of a mlsalug tooth the examina cause would seem to indicate that it was a pay- Â¬ Â¬ only the and not a single accident happened to ure of hearing her next Saturday pleas- and Irviugt in tickets for saleticket at 223 Mrs C II Sklllman came home Sunday night from Cure as a safe guard in the family A tion became a bugaboo that few cared to ing investment office night Fourth Avenuo Louisville anyone R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman at the contest as I have invited her most Any one wishing to spend a pleasant Louisville face Mrs W S Beard is arranging to at Â¬ II C Murray went to Irvington Mondiy on Stephensport Gordon ordially time could not do better than go to this Haynes Pates One young fellow who failed to pass tend the annual meeting of the Womans resort Music danclngfishing boat- legal business ville E A Witt Hardinsburg The B V R C Is evidently American ing hammock and but perfect quiet if sat down and cried because of his bitter Missionary board which meets at Frank- Â¬ Charles Sklllmtn went to Morajinfield on bull lin In a few weeks Mrs Beard is a dele- Â¬ in every fibre if this is German year and desired the home is largi and tho disappointment gate from this city nets Monday Every expectant mother has German art goes for naught when the grounds ample for diversity Those enlisted here were Eli Haw STEPHENSPORT fires of love for country are rekindled at Matthias Miller a large real estate investor was will be made G kins Dudley Carter James Brickey and WAn effort of Owensboro to git Rev here a trying ordeal to face If she does not the sight of patriots bound to break the In the city Friday BriiuH to sneak Mrs M Blaine went to Louisville Sun Â¬ The human machine starts but once Altrn Dean accompanied by hit son were vttit 8iackles of an oppressed people I won B Bernard at the college commencement Mr day d r if the circle did not fairly effervesce and stops but once You can keep it go ort in the city Friday Brlgga is one of the finest orators in this He Deserves Good Luck last Friday when Star Spangled Ban Â¬ ing longest and most regularly by using Miss Etta English has returned from of Kentucky Tames Mattlngly of Hendcrton tpent Sunday Ed Gregory Is one Cloverport boy who part ner was rendered Hopkinsvllle De Witts Little Early Risers the famous with hit parents in this city I will bo at Hardinsburg with my gal- Â¬ deserves well of fortune Though but Mr Beard from Hardimburg was here little pills for constipation and all stom Mrs Frank O Ferry and son Hender Â¬ lery Juno 7th for fifteen das This will Mrt leffllawklnt of Toblniport Ind was In few opportunities came his way he made be your trying to secure thirty names for mem Â¬ ach and liver troubles Short Haynes the city yeiterday hopping son are visiting MrB E H Miller last chance to have your photo bership in order to oreanizn a library tho most of them For years he Iaa itraph made Dont mlea It yon will find Mrs H S English is in Hopklnsville W B G Katwell of Hardinsburg wat the guett hero I dont think he succeeded not been connected with KuUns depart- Â¬ me back of post ofllce Wm J Mattlng Â¬ visiting her daughter Mrs V B Lacy Handsome Parsonage of hit brother Irnk Unwell Sunday that this community would not appreci- Â¬ ment store as salesman advertising ly ate it bnt mrst of us have more read Â¬ Mr and Mrt C P Ilabbage and Mrt Blvlra J Mr J B Biggs and sou Jim Frank The new Baptist parsonage is abnnt The horse sale here last Friday didnt manager and window dresser His talent ing matter now than we have time to completed and is of Oweusboro are here for a short vaca- Â¬ amount to much Only a few animals one of the coziest and Ilabbage arrived Sunday night from I ouliville digest Magazines and the best of liter Â¬ in all branches amounts to genius On wero bought in and those didnt fill the tion ature are so cheap that a supply can he handsomest houses in tho city It is Chief Ilnglneer Hudson of the Henderton Saturday he severed ills connection with hill When you have got anything for Route tpent two days at Cincinnati last week Master Palmer Lewis is in Louisville easily had in a small circle of congenial conveniently arranged and the work Uncle Sam its got to ho first class all Sulzira and went to Louisiana Mo visiting hlsgrandparents Mr and Mrs friends II C Serf nnnacr of The fair wat a guett cf x done on it reflect great credit upon the Palmer where lie will act as advertising manager wooi anu a yard wide Tuesday June 14 the Literary Society contractors A coat of paint was put on the family of hut Hnluiat Mt Joseph Sunday Miss Issabtll Gar dner daughter of got ready for it ot the Normal will givo an entertain Â¬ and store decorator for ii Ynuukera big Mr Tom Williams of EvansvlUtVv Fralie Ma ilngry came home from I oulvillo last week and It will soou cama uo Sunday to sen his slater MrsV there is no telling ment in which the Juveniles will appear the structure this week to visit hit parent Mr nod Mrt O II Mat tore Ju uregory is every men a gen Mr aud Mrs J II Gardner who has I been several Chas Wellington tingly what may happen hence we might term it the Iota be rady for occupancy tleman a conscientious worker aud having to ouisvllle for returned weeks her eves treated home Kappa Wedntsday evenlmr June 15 Miss Emma Allen arrived last week Misses ArbII Walden Mary Lewis of Owent Child birth is full master of his profession His friends last week The operation was successOh I Bay When the She is stopping at of uncertainties if Commencementto proper a string band have you given Dr Caldwells Syrup boro were vltltort to Mrs Or S S Watklns last from Indianapolis here and that means every man woman ful and her eye is now cured faculty hope have tho Smith House week Naturo is not given proper assistance and child in the county rejoice that he Judge Ahl made an order in the coun- Â¬ Piano solos or even dui tts amount to Pepsin a trial It will cure you of your Mis J I Wilton wife of postinatter Witon Misi Myra Hanks who has been at IUiIh in the open air Singlnsr unless a constipation will correct your stomach not only gets a good salary but that he ty court last week appointing Morris hat gone to Evamvilla She will visit relatives la tending the B N College at Hardins Â¬ very full chorus amounts to still less but troubles aud hakrldge treasurer for the road tax fund has a larger field for action We commake your life worth living that city burg lias returned borne if the pupils do their best allowances His mend him to the newspaper men of ber aprolntment runs until next Octo is the best Trial friz bottles 10c 10 doses lOo largo Mr Lewis Sciicrt and daughter Miss Miunie The Fiscal court failed to elect Mre Leila Reynolds of Palatka Fl help you can use at this time will be inado for circumstances BvaatvUte were the guctls of Mr and Mrs Chat Louisiana some one to handle the fund is expected here soon to visit her par It Is a liniment and when regularly ap Â¬ Quite a party went rom here to the sizR 50o and l 00 of Ohas 0 Martin May Sunday ents Rev and Mrs B A OundifT Notice Go to A A Richardson Gar- Â¬ plied several months before baby comes fettival near Irvington but at the Harry Moorman came up from Owensboro last field for your millinery goods Mrs B A CundlfT spent several days Hats It makes the advent easy and nearly pain Â¬ eleventh hour indisposition prevented week His health Is falling and he will remain trimmed in the very best stvlo by a first- - less my attending much last week in Frankfort She returned It relieves and prevents moraine one reports a happy to my regrt Ever ualil he improves evening and mncl ull line of fertilizer and accompanied by her son Frank Causes fully liilf the sickness In tho world It class milliner Mits Alitne Murray returned home Friday All kinds of mercantile sickness relaxes the overstrained mus-Â¬ praise to the committee and lailies who retains tho digested food too lone In the bowels wall paper O O Lwls made a business trip to moat plcatanf visit with Mrs evening after a cles relieves the distended feeling short Â¬ conducted it Thon who attended torpid liver lodt- - goods at the very lowest prices ami produces biliousness Louisville laat week Operator Downs George Penalty at llawcsvilie Misses Jen Hardin Mary Taylor Allle H K Breeding and family left ens labor mokes recovery rapid and cer Â¬ Rev of West Point took charge ot the de Â¬ Hendrlck Mndo Mrs John Ilurkt hat opqned her beautiful home pot last Friday for Bewlovville whero the tain without any dangerous after effects ReldElla Lillian and Lnn Nevitt Rhodes Virginia Reesor Rev Breeding held Quarterly meetiucr at Addison for the summer and hat at her guttts Mothers Friend is good for only one Messrs A O Burton Otter RieaorUiias Mrs Lon Roborts who has been in her children and grand children for Prnlding Elder Overton They purpose viz to relieve motherhood of and Henry Nevitt Victor Spauldiny Louisville under medical treatment is went from there to Litchfield to attend now at home very much Improved in Mrs Morton Walklas of New York City return Mr and Mrs Lon Rhodes ceitiiui lud taste coiU il District Conference which convenes to danger and pain ed to her home Thursday While here lbs wm the health In tuiijfue lick lieaUaihe One dollar par bottle at all druv stores or Mrs II W Ilerndoa are Mr and dty guett of Mr and Mrt Dr Waiklot sent by eipresa on receipt of price omnia etc Hoods Pills domiciled at Camp Herndon a roman Â¬ Vhki Books containing valuable Inform The marriage certificates of foreign Mr and MrsC V Williams Mrs F C Ma arc constipation a d all Its O tic summer resort on the beautiful for 1807 have not yet been Hob application will lniltvllle city XLYS results isllyaudthorouulily so All druggist PrM iuedthe County Clerks office opoa for women to be seat to amy suidrw stream Doe Run where with their bree Apply lataORKAM BATM qnlcblr borUd M Caulaytof noun atthiam In theHouse They will SHtU IMnWTwiHtwAlwiytBwtwt tea peel anedt0 Dm votirtt Heyter remits oae by a I Hood A Co Lowell Maw Ills they are ready for charming daughters 0tSijtsujt TH8 BRADf IBCO RMULATOR CO Tua clwk requests those holding the oer-cmIi at Drnrpku or by mull j inmnn 10ctr loall Tim onfr PIU Ut Mt wMi HtMntt Mmi aoason or the wask or the guesU for the Proctor Keith went lo stock Have MowUy u AMMta0 MY SNOTlilCIU M Wuimi tit Nw Yoric OUy THEFAIR 10 Per Cent Off 10 Per Cent Off Mens and Youths Soft and Stiff TKOUSERS HATS Â¬ GLOVERPORTS PRICE STORE immmmtmtmimmmmmmwtmmmmmmtmmmmmi WANTED Â¬ Â¬ HORSES Â¬ - MOLES I WILL BE AT- Â¬ Pates Stable HardinsburgThursday j uneTTl Heysers Stable Cloverport Friday j tine 10 WILL PRICE THE HIGHEST HORSES tete-a-tet- C L PATTERSON WILMORB KY Â¬ Â¬ GETTING READY Â¬ Â¬ Wym T Â¬ Â¬ Mothers Friend Constipation Jor igCaXorib Hoods Pills tlTre Cvfflc ivonxA IV w yr3s--sp- i fmmm- - m rw r THE BRHGKBNRiDQE V JSy - r afHpipHplJjT- - r w timiwpmf NBLWQ 2 80 2 00 OLOYERPOJIT KY Amount paid L M Davis Inter Â¬ est on bond to date of re- Â¬ newal March 4 OS Amount paid L B Macv Interest on bond to date of renewal March 14 08 Amount paid J T Skillman in tereet on bond to date ol re newal March 19 98 Amount paid G W Beard In full ol bond prlu and Int Mch 29 98 -- Breckenridge News WEDEN8DAY JUNE 8 1898 COUNTY COURT CLAIMS Allowed by the Breckenridge Fiscal Court at the April Term 1898 A W V Perkns sheriff election 97 R A Pate judge election 97 Chas RGoff judge election 97 W B Tail jr clerk election 07 J B Jackson sheriff election 97 WONpERFUL PROSPERITY dold Flowing Our Way and Balance of Trade In Our Favor One of L BDowell judgi election 97 Ben Lay Judge election 97 L R Adkieson clerk election 97 N Brumfleld sheriff election 97 E B Gardner judge election 97 Samuel RoberiBOn judge election Len Cashman clerk election 97 C U Black sheriff election 97 F G Parr judge olectlon 97 II G Versels judge election 97 Geo AUillilaud clerk electioa 97 Henrv OBryan sheriff election 07 S J Parks judgo electioti 97 H F Beard judge election 97 J V St Clair clerk election 97 B A Parks sheriff election 97 Chas Ktl judge election 97 r R S Bandy judgo election 97 John R Wimp clerk election 07 Jno Smith fiherif election 97 T J Jolly judge election 97 John Statou judge election 97 Alf Taylor clerk election 97 8 J McCoy sheriff election 97 John Richardson judge election 2 00 2 00 2 05 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 80 2 00 18 23 6 00 IRONINQ MADE BUSY IMIMMHmiWMM IWIII 64 17 1014 72 97i thelicst Years Known In Our History and T Meador lumber on road 24 00 to S3 SI SW IS S3 V I I A record of wonderful commercial ac Â¬ tivity and progress in tlio United States is assured for the fiscal year which ends with noxt month Prosperity is here In spite of the temporary disturbance o war general business is advancing Foreign trado shows an enormous balanco in our Our exports for the year will favor reach the unexampled total of 1200 000000 with Imports of GOO000000 leaving a balance in our favor of JG00 000600 Each working day of the year we have sold to foreign countries nearly 2000000 more than we bought from them We are exporting three times as much breadstuffs as in 1805 The total for tho lost ten months is 100000000 greater than for the corresponding period a year ago Exports of manufactured articles also are steadily growing The increases of all exports for the year will be at least 150000000 over the fiscal year ending June 30 1897 though the aggregate then was remarkably large It is no figure of speech to call the United States the provider of the world and in many respects It Is becoming the worlds leading mechanician as well Trior to tho year 1870 the balance of trade was almost invariably against the United States Since then the scales have usually inclined in our favor The excess of exports over imports since 1890 1800 has been in round figures 130 JS91 000000 09000000 1892 208 1891 000000 225000000 1895 34 1890 000000 83000000 1897 299 000000 ten months of 1898 514000 000 In only one year of this decade 1893 have imports exceeded exports and the difference was less than 18000000 The percentage of exports over imports last year was 4902 for ten months of this year the percentage hasgone up to 100 59 We have been sending abroad this year an average of 4000000 in merchandise every day and every dol- Â¬ lar received is the equivalent of a gold dollar In April 1897 we were export Â¬ ing gold but in April of this year the tide of gold has run strongly in our direction J HI r WjWiI t i JsW A Narrow Escape Thankful words written by Mrs Ada Was taken E Hart of Groton S D with a bad cold which settled on my lungs cough set in and finally terminat- Â¬ ed in Consumption Four Doctors gave me up saying I could live but a short time I gave myself up to my Savior determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth I would meet my ab- Â¬ sent ones above My husband was ad vised to get Dr K1e6 New Itfscovery r consumption coughs and colds I gave u a trial took In all eight bottles It has cured me and thank God I am saved and now a well and healthy wo- Â¬ man Trial bottles free at Short Hay nes drug store Regular siza 50c and 100 Guaranteed or price refunded PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS fgaw - Literary Programme Arranged For the Meeting of the Kentucky Press Association The coming meeting of the Kentucky Press Association will have much to make it interesting The next President will be Mr H G Woolfolk of the Dan ville A vocate The literary programme for the meeting has been compiled by the Executive Committee and will be as 1 follows Annual Address President Blkton 1rogreM Loving Gaines r t The Influence of the Press B A Hnloe Lou It ville Dispatch The Relation of the City to the Country Press it A Sommeis Ellzabethtown News Typographical Excellence t Its Importance and How Obtained C C Pare Glasgow News John Dabbage Bibckcnkidgi News C C Howard Larue Herald How to Build and Hold a Subscription List John Vreeland Farmers Home Journal j M F Conley Big Sandy News I Joe Williams Pendleton ian The Premium Plan to Increase Subscription J J Collier Franklin Favorite Our Libel Laws Urey Woodson Owensboro Messenger Sam Itoberts Lexington Leader Arthur Ford Courlcr Jouraal How to Build Up Advertising John B Gaines Park City Times Dan Bomar Woodibrd Sun The Improvement of Kentucky Newspapers Green llKellar Carlisle Mercury j Pat McDonald Frankfort Argus Illustrations for the Press Hubert Hughes Louisvllje Commercial Plate Matter and Heady Print D B Wallace Warsaw Independent t C K McCormac Build Pioneer J O Cooper Uluegrass Dipper Tribute to the Late lltnry T Stanton J Stoddard Johnston The Newspaper Man In Politics f M Richard- Â¬ son Glasgow Times Emu eft Orr Owenton W S Galloway balanco in full 10 00 for care of pauper Milton McAfeo building wing walla to brldgo 30 00 Clayton Heard carpenters work 43 25 on court house and jail Henry Harned conveying pauper 1 00 to poor houso E E Davis putting up two sign boards 2 00 R N Millor sorvices as bridge commissioner 12 days and 24 50 horse hire Jacob Hufllns hauling rock on road and putting up one 7 75 sign board W K Pate building two culverts 12 00 Wm P Carman work on road 10 00 11 25 Jas II Carman hauling on road C O Carman bridge commission- Â¬ 15 00 er 10 days 20 00 L W Tucker work on road J II Butler powder and fuse for 1 00 road 4 00 W F Smiley pauper coffin W J Ballman convoying pauper 2 00 to poor house Ferdle Lockard conveying pau- Â¬ 3 50 per to poor house Chintz Koyalty fees as surveyor 4 00 10 00 Ben Ed Gray work on road It A Smith delivering poll 2 60 books Roland J O Argabrlght receiver of road 1 00 1 day John II Avitt receiver of road 1 1 00 day Albert Adklns making fill to G 00 bridge Jno W Jarrett fees as magistrate 10 50 Payne and Bro nails for bridge 1 50 E E Burch conveying pauper to 3 60 poor house Mattingly Miller pauper coffin 2 60 Peter Rally for use and benefit of Itoberts Co work on 4 99 bridge James Crawford houso for Nov- Â¬ 2 60 ember election 1897 Frank and Forrest Blain for ubb and benefit of Roberts 2 50 Co work on brldgo TN McGlothlan supplies on road 4 00 3 25 All Taylor tools on road U W Kasey work on camp meet- Â¬ 3 00 ing bridge Andrew Driskell salary as County ouperiurouueut iruiu uciu her 07 to January 3 1898 205 74 5 00 Julius Dutschke lumber on road M M Cundiff powder on road etc 15 J H Hook carpenter work on court house 8 50 P Morris Beard pauper coffin and wooden leg for Carwlle 4 00 Son fencing for Jubal Hook 19 poor house farm and loads wood for Berry Kasey 28 87 courier Journal Job ranting uo one copy Kentucky Statues 800 D S Richardson pauper coffin 4 00 James A Oaborne pauper coffin 2 00 forcbild James Matthowes plastering at fall and poor house 2 75 130 55 Gus D Shellman fees as jailer Tom W Anderson conveying 8 00 prisoners to jail 34 85 Uiilntz Koyalty lees as surveyor 1 40 T L Smith repairing road tools Willis Green on Rock Lick bridge 25 00 Chas JamiaoQ carlhg to pauper foo W S Ball cost case Breckenridge county vs Mrs A T lie Jernett to be distributed by him to the parties en- Â¬ 12 60 titled thereto D F Barnes for nse and benefit of J H Gardner room for 2 50 November election 1897 W W Keith room for Novem Â¬ ber election 1897 2 60 James Perkins room for Novem- Â¬ ber election 1890 and 1897 5 00 V B Burton conveying lunatic to 8 10 asylum Son lumber on W J Dean road 50 39 J M Mattingly trustee for Chas 24 00 Steward Thos B Hall caring for John 15 00 Hall and eon Milton Whitworth conveying pauper to poor house 2 00 R G Gardner window glass and school books 70 Scott Brewington lumber and 1 sign board 3 00 Martin Laslio caring for pauper M B tiwayne 35 00 M Hamman Son pauper coffins 22 00 0 00 Leu Cashman lumber for road Hiram Wiuchell pauper coffin for 2 00 child W S Ball putting in 3 culverts 12 00 on road J F Arms trustee Hudson Ma- Â¬ sonic Lodge room for Nov Â¬ 2 50 ember election 1897 W O Butler pauper coffin 4 00 II O Lake fees as bridge commissioner and holding inquest 15 75 H O Lake bouse for November election 1897 2 60 D II Smith lumber for bridge 7 77 John P Haswell Sr upholster- Â¬ 1 50 ing chair In court room Dr R W Burch medical atten Â¬ tion to pauper 20 00 J D Cunningham for ubs and benefit of Owen Cunning ham trustee for O O Bur- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J II Lewis repairing shoes for paupers 50 Alf Taylor trustee for Maggie Ammans 48 00 0 B Pate supplies furnished pauper 500 30 20 Horace Scott road tools etc Hook Miller Co work on jail 17 48 250 copies Homestead edition of Dr A M Kincheloe salary as poor house commissioner 0 months to April 5 1898 Dr A M Kincheloe medical at Â¬ tention to paupers II A Walker viewer on road 1 day Ferd Owen viewer on road 1 day Will Lyons chairman 1 day M M CiradlfT chairman 1 day Wllliamsou Brown viewer 3 days W R Mooreman viewer 3 days M M Cundiff chairman 3 days Milton Coke chairman 3 days Jas Wright chairman 2 days Thos R Blythe viewer 4 days Chas Heston viewer 4 days Boweu Carman chairman 3 days GId P Carman chairman 3 days II A Walker viewer 5 days wm Allen viewer 3 days Jas P Tucker chairman 4 days Ezra Tucker chairman 4 days Cliinlt Royalty fees as surveyor O C Burnett room for Novem Â¬ ber election 1807 Gregory Co room for Novem Â¬ ber election 1887 Witt Conrad room for Novem- Â¬ ber election 1897 Co room for Novem Â¬ Payne ber election 1897 F P Payne fees as deputy sheriff ChinU Royalty surveying road Anion M Kincheloe laedioine Jubal Hook Sr lumber for poor hooM Nkwb 25 00 nett 25 00 News Kasyjildd ol Country Journalism Wallace yCKay SH itlver Tiger Paper Charles Meacham a Dally opklnsvflle Keutuckian J JGlenn Madisonville stTHPHu stler Good Foreman Harry The Importance oi h Ed D Shlnnick McCarty Jessamine Journal Shelby ville Sentinel The Head Line I W Harris Louisville Post The Road to Success In Country Journalism John H Westover Willlamstown Courier 6000 04 00 1 1 M 00 it T 1 00 1 00 1 00 3 00 300 4 4 3 3 6 3 00 3 00 00 00 00 00 00 a i i writes DeWltta Witch Hazel 8alve is curing more piles here to day than all other It cures eczema remedies combined Short A and all other skin diseases Haynes The Nkwb has the facilities for turning out excellent printing It doesnt cost any more than cheap work S M Geary Fleron Mich 200 4 00 a 65 2 60 300 400 P 2 00 2 00 36 10 and CkiMrwL Tin KM Yw Havi Alwiys buck CASTOR A y IsfraU I 200 300 forpaoMN 3H 818 Hook work on poor 3 16 0 00 house 2 00 P Morris Beard work on poor 2 00 12 25 house 2 00 uso and benefit of Len E Pate for 3 00 Teaff Hoben woik on 2 00 poor house 16 00 2 00 C L Pate work on poor house 2 00 2 00 James Matthews lumber plaster Â¬ 3 00 ing ami building chimney 2 00 CO 60 at poor house 2 00 Horace Scott nails etc for poor 2 00 7 95 house 3 30 B F Beard A Co shingles for 2 00 20 79 2 00 poor house J W Teaff brick for poor house 4 00 2 00 Bion Jolly holding inquest 0 00 3 15 W B Gardner fees as deputy sheriff 45 00 97 2 00 1 00 Ben MilleHudge election 97 G S Wilson juror in road case 2 00 Edgar Goodman juror in road 2 00 A A Scott clerk election 97 1 00 S II Thornhlll sheriff election cose C G Hcndrick juror in road 1897 3 00 1 00 Geo Harned judge election 1897 case 2 00 Jno W Miller juror in road 2 00 Wm Bennett judgd electiou1897 1 00 J M Butler clerk election 1897 road 2 00 1 00 Dan Trent sheriff election 1897 3 111 J F Lewis juror in road case Frank Dellaven juror in road John HButler judge election 1MI7 2 00 1 00 case Ben Harned judge election 1897 2 00 J W Squires juror in road case 1 00 Henry C Gamer curk election 1 00 W E Board juror in road case 1897 2 00 1 00 George 11 Royalty sheriff elec- Â¬ W M Jarboe juror in road case 1 00 Andrew Elder juror in road case 3 30 tion 1897 1 00 J O Burch juror in road case John P Gamer judge election 1 00 1897 2 00 J W Elder juror in roae case Chas Miller land to locate Little J W Storms judge election 1897 2 00 2 00 Hartford road on to be W E Dockery clerk electlon1897 paid when deed is made to John II Frank sheriff election 15 00 1897 the county 3 20 Morris hakriuge salary as com- Â¬ J M Howard judge election missioner and receiver of 2 00 1897k taxes for the past year to G P Hall clerk election 1897 2 00 bo retained out of funds I T Owen Bheriff election 1897 3 00 225 00 M W Storitt judge election 1897 in his hands 2 00 Mrs Lucy A Beard land for road H F Hall judge election 1897 2 00 to be paid when deed is D N Howard clerk election 1887 2 00 25 00 Tom Mooriiman sheriff election made N Miller office rent for year 1897 R 3 15 1898 30 00 City of Clovernort uso of court H A Walker bridge commission 3 00 house 3 days 34 50 II C Cain road material er 21 days 80 O II Mattingly bridge commis- Â¬ G W and B F Beard room for sioner 10 days 15 00 10 10 election in 95 90 and 97 S A Fate fees as Sheriff 68 42 Bank of Hardinsburg room for Owen Cunningham fees as coun- Â¬ election in 95 90 and 97 10 00 ty clerk 130 70 G O Bailey 4 50 R B Cox use and benefit of W O W Kasey pauper coffin -4 00 K Barnes room Nov elec- Â¬ Bion Jolly inquest over body of tion 1895 2 50 0 00 DIckLevaun J D Babbage printing for R II S Walker commissioner on 1 00 6 75 Rtax district road 1 day Jas A Moorman bridge commis- Â¬ Andy Butler fees as deputy sioner 1 day - 11 50 sheriff 150 W B Taul Sr repairing road Bion Jolly 1 day as Justice Fiscal tools - 3 00 court 100 Remus A Pate work of bridge 3 00 H A Walker 1 day as Justice 1 00 Ellis Pate working on bridge 3 00 Fiscal court Perry Perkins for use and benefit Chas H Mattingly 1 day as Jus- Â¬ C B Pate work on bridge 1 00 3 00 tice Fiscal court Jubal Hook Jr lumber for road 28 55 E H Miller 1 day as Justice Fis- Â¬ Jno Ball for use and benefit of F 3 00 cal court Fraize work on bridge 15 00 J F Arms 1 day as Justice Fiscal Wm Camp for use and benefit of court 3 00 1 60 Jas A Mooreman 1 day as Jus- Â¬ F raize work on bridge Wm Camp for use aud benefit of 3 00 tice Fiscal court 1 90 Alex Durbin double sign board 1 50 F Fraize work on bridge Frank Kennedy for use and bene- Â¬ Owen Cunningham Clerk fit of F Fraize work on bridge This day came Morris Eskridge as Com90 Ennis Moorman for use and bene Â¬ missioner and Receiver of taxes for fit of F Fraize work on Breckenridgtj county and produced to bridge 4 50 the court his report as such for the past Jno Ball for use and benefit of F six mouths which was filed confirmed Fraize woik oa bridge ft 05 and ofilfireiMy mZ3 d is In words Mason Hawkins for use and bene- Â¬ and figures asloTlowB to wlt fit of F Fraize work on To tiik Honorable Fiscal Court of bridge l 00 Breckbnridoe County The undersign Wm Hawkins for use and bene Â¬ ed Commissioner and Receiver of Breck Â¬ fit of F Fraize work on enridge county would respectfully make bridge l 00 the following statement and report Thos N Hawkins for use and On the 28th day of February 1898 your benefit of F Fraize work Commieeioner and Receiver borrowed on bridge 100 for the county from John Gibson the J WPool and Chas Jarboe paint Bum of three thousand dollars 3000 ing bridge 30 00 interest at four per cent and exet uted to J D Babbage tax book for sheriff 35 76 said Gibson three bonds for 1000 one Ennis Moorman posts for Caney thousand dollars each payable in four Creek bridge 3 00 years reserving to the county the right W J Dean Jr trip to Frankfort to pay any or all of said bonds in two before Board of Equaliza- Â¬ years tion to be paid out of levy Tho outstanding bonds of the county of 1897 25 00 in October 189G at the date of your Com- Â¬ G N Taul transportation furnish- Â¬ missioners report at that term of the ed pauper 10 00 court was fifteen thoueandnine hundred Wm Downs work on road 7 60 and twenty fivo dollars 15925 Since Alex Eskrldge lumber for bridge 1 80 the date of that report your Commission- Â¬ 0 00 er has paid off a bond held by R H Ira Bernard work on road J W TealT lumber for road 100 Payne for 825 One held by Mrs J A Harry Norton land for road to be DeJernette for 200 and on a bond held paid when deed is made 25 00 by Mrs B McGary 100 leaving the 4 00 bonded indebtedness of the county at J II Payne pauper coffin bridge commissioner E II Miller this time fourteen thousand eight hun- Â¬ 2 days 3 00 dred dollars 14800 When vonr Com O L Fate conveying pauper to missioner made his report in October Â¬ Childrens Home Louis07 the bonds of the county were all ville 4 00 Deanug uvo per cent interest payable Jerry Taber attending to privy annually and all of them fell due and from Oct 97 to Anril 93 and payable before tho date of present re Â¬ work at Court house A days 13 00 port April 7th 98 With the three S A Pate net credit for delin- Â¬ thousand dollars 3 000 borrowed from quent tax list 2250 00 John Gibson yoar Commissioner paid Dr Wm Howard medical atten ou a Donu executed to u w ueard lor tion to pauper 5 00 1000 one bond to W K Barnt s as Mrs Marcella Allen for use and Guardian for 600 and 1500 on bonds benefit of Jas A Moor executed to L T Roberts All the man taxes overpaid for tho bonds not paid off havo been renewed years 1890 and 1897 2 00 by your commissioner and the time for County ta and rail road tax payment extended irom one to five amounting to 7 50 to be years irom date oi nonds paid by the railroad tax dis Â¬ The following statement shows the trict amount oi money received by your Com Â¬ Crawford Pate for uss and benefit missioner since last report and the of taxes for yi ar 85 wrong- Â¬ amount in his hand as shown by said re- Â¬ fully collected from him 3 00 port and how appropriated by him V B Burtm fees as Sheriff 75 60 Wm Ahl salary as County Judge To amount in hand of Commis Â¬ COO 00 for year 1898 sioner and Receiver and Wm Ahl stationery for year 1898 20 00 shown by last report Oct 7 1897 R N Miller salary as County At1053 10 torney for year 1898 600 00 Amount received from Wm Ahl Owen Cunningham salary as clerk PJB Feb 23 1808 100 00 of Fiscal Court for year 03 150 00 Amount borrowed from John Gib Chas II Mattingly justice 6 days son Feb 28 08 3000 00 15 00 Amount received from S A Pate April term 98 II A Walker Justice 0 days April April 7 98 on bonded in- Â¬ term 98 debtedness for levy 97 16 00 250 00 Elijah Miller justice 5 days April term 08 Total 16 00 5303 10 Bion Jolly justice 6 days April Chkuits term 08 Mr 15 00 Amount paid R II Paynes ex Franklin Arms justice 6 days prin and int la full of April term 08 1500 bond Oct 30 97 Jas A Moorman justice 6 days 858 57 16 00 Amount paid Mrs B McGary on April term 98 bond Deo 10 97 II A Walker acting poor house 07 60 Amount paid G W Beard Inter- 1 00 commissioner 1 day O L Pate part fees as poor house est on bond Deo 10 07 50 00 keeper 100 00 Amount paid L B Macv interest on bond Jan 4 98 Frank Jarboe judge election 07 2 00 30 00 Jas A Kennedy judge election 07 2 00 Amount paid Bank of Hardins- Â¬ burg Intorest on bonds Jan Thos H Withers clerk election 6 08 J B G bouds 07 115 00 2 00 J W Wrleht sheriff election 07 2 00 Amount paid Susan A Teaff in- Taylor Beard Judge election 07 tereet on Domts Jan 2 utt 75 no 2 00 Henry named judge election 97 2 00 Amount paid Bank of Hardins Â¬ burg interest on bonds Feb VVTMacv sheriff election 07 2 00 4 08 W and J M 60 00 2 00 J Whitworth clerk election 07 Alvln Skillman judge election 97 2 00 Amount paid L T Roberts Inter est on bonds Feb 4 08 Mat Shrewaberry judge election 200 00 Paid Mrs J A DeJernette In full 7 Z 00 S W Pate clerk electioa 07 of bond prin and int Feb 2 00 4 08 Wt slev Blair sheriff election 07 283 00 2 00 L L Wagoner judge electioa 07 2 00 Paid Mrs 8 J Gardner Interest on bond March 3 08 Thos N Manning Judge election 38 00 07 2 00 Paid Beak of Hardinsburg inter Oryllle Gregory clerk eleetloa 07 2 00 est oa bonds to date of re aewal March 4 98 Jaa S Tialus sheriff station 97 2 80 22 57 John Jennings judge eleetioa 07 2 00 Paid Mrs J A Teaff interest on bond to date of renewal J K Hlaok judge election 97 2 00 March 4 98 E A Kieaam clerk eleetioa 87 8 00 2 00 J P Mattingly sheriff election 07 9 80 Amount paid Mrs J A DeJer K II McGavmsk judge election 97 2 00 nette interest on boad to date ol renewal Mareb 4 a 00 John Conley judge election 0J 08 8 96 Ft Beaylu elerk eleetkw 97 SOS John U 2 00 2 00 - Amount pnid W K Cames Gdn in full of bund prin and Amount paid Mrs B McGary in Â¬ terest on bond to date of 4 50 ronewal March 30 98 Amount paid L T Roberts on boms and Interest to date of renewal March 31 08 - 1531 07 Bnlnnco In hands Coinmlwlntir and Receiver April 7 98 - int Marcli 29 98 - 529 31 Total credits 4908 10 335 00 The ollonlng is a statement of tliu bonded Indebtedness of the county showing number and date of bonds to whom payable when due and rate of In terest Â¬ SEARCH MAKES a Q- - it 28 cT 4 2 I s Gibson John Mrs S J 4 Gardner cTetflMrsS A 6 Teaff Mrs S A 7 Hunk Hardinsburp 8 Dank Hardinsburg 9 Hank llnrdinsbure to DeJernette Mrsjb ii uavis is M cy I II Ij Skillman IT 14 McGary Mrs II ij Itoberts LT 16 Roberts LT i7 Roberts LT j GlbsinJohn Gibsonjol n Ieb ii Mar 3 Mar 4 Mar 5 Mar Mar 4 Alar 4 Mar Y Mnr Mar 14 Mar 17 Mar 30 18 Itb 18 i j Feb 38 ii000 tono 1000 1000 1000 75o 500 COLLARS AND GUFFS STIFF AND NICE AS WHEN FIRST BOUGHT NEW anBvrt ij ru-vui- NVFnV tfw jjiutj ti o s I v I 000 IJOO 1500 To 1000 ONE POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL CO AS FAR AS A POUND AND A HALF OF ANY OTHER STARCH tHEi Mar 31 Mar v Mar 31 toco 500 I4 300 1000 830 Total bonded indebtedneis r hi iniMnrD UiVilluuinuun none NewHaven Conn KeokukJowa illlllllMIIIIIIWIIIWIH -- OYACTUREDOrLyQ Warn Wffll CO uijjs The following is a list of the bonds paid oil and renewed exclusive of interest 825 00 Payne Robt H No 1 - 500 00 Barnes W K Gdn No 2 Beard G urTWiun ckj III llllllilllll JIHMIIWIIWIII Willi Mill DrJernett De Jernett Davis L Macy L McGary Bertie formerly No 10 Gibson J B assigned to Bank of Hardinsburg No 11 Gibson J B assigned to Bank of Hardiusburg No 12 Miller Wm J assigned to Bank of Hardlneburg No 13 Teaff Susan A No 14 Roberts L T No 15 Roberts L T No 10 Roberts L T No 17 Roberts L T No 18 Skillman Gardner W No 3 Mrs J A No 4 Mrs J A No 5 M No 0 B No 7 J T No 8 SJ No 9 - 10U0 00 - 200 00 - 1500 00 - 350 00 00 00 1000 00 - 750 00 400 This starch Is prepared on clentiflo principles ly men who liaro had years of practical experience In fancy laundering It restores old linen and summer dresses to their It is tho only starch Batumi wbltencs and Imparts a beautiful and lasting finish manufactured that Is perfectly harmless containing neither arsenic nlum or any other sulwtanco Injurious to linen and can bo used oven for a baby powder For sale by all wholesale and retail grocers limn m r u iiwii iri b 300 00 1300 00 1000 00 1000 00 1500 00 1000 00 1000 00 1000 00 1000 00 pit SwSB sieas narn ntii V iriirrtmii in iininiwinPHHr Cooa2MptH0AVRATEG ri- - n Ul iiur Ltin llu locatasl ikmi1wii -- Respectfully submitted M 1 J S5sIouisvilleKy Eskridqe Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Commissioner and Receiver of Brecken ridge county April 7th 1898 Mr Isaac Horner proprietor of the Burton House Burton W Va and one of the most widely known men in the state was cured of rheumatism after three years of suffering He says I have not sufficient command of language to con- Â¬ vey auy idea of what I suffered my phy Â¬ sicians told me that nothing could be done for me and my friends were fully convinced that nothing but death would relieve me of my sufferings In June 1894 Mr Evans then salesman for the WheeHS U Co recommended Cham Â¬ berlains Pain Balm AtUliaJime my foot and limb were swelled to more ViTalr double their own normal siza and it seemed to me my leg would buret but Boon alter I began using the Pain Balm tho swelling began to decrease the pain to leave aud now I consider that I am entirely cured For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman Steph port By the way to have been at the depot Sunday evening a stranger would have instantly been impressed that he was entering the Seventh Btreet depot In Louisville It Is remarkable what charms tho trains have to the public in general A Dutschke WITH Son BUCKNER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO NCORIOKATinJ 313 310 Chnpcl Street llct Main and Market and 2 10 220 Tenth Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Special Attention Four Months Storage Tree Given to Private Sales Mark your hogsheads Independent Warehouse KUCKNEK TOHACCO WAREHOUSE SK wlkMi win adr mm U USHU W Lnt -r srtilLLER Jr Mar s T x Rates200 n vTilcARO and I i 25 in mmSBtt niittti MppigH HOTEL mil is aaafifg-yv-- r ir ji a r-r-- rv -- ws5 -- X agftataav H - w dksi nuuoc l LDUsv e 2EWCtaKfiB2i - UJfflJffltiit sasg M0HMMtMMHuMM Have You Taken Your Vacation The most necessary article to have with you after your pocket book is a bottlavoi Foleys Colic Cure It is an ab Â¬ solute preventative or cure of all derange Â¬ ments of the bowels caused by a change o water You are likely to neod it A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephensport Gordon Haynes Pates ville E A Witt Hardinshunr 5 Country Merchants Pont have your Printing done you have to help pay V Iv 1 u BaDDage i in the city where t Will Act as I Administrator I Guardian 1 W Â¬ a Assignee Etc t High Rentf High Gas Bills r High Coal Bills t High Power Bills i w w fifi I Twenty Years Ex I perience I Settling 1 T T X T T X X Estates- w T Y A I X And every other expense attached to a city in- Â¬ stitution Patronize an industry at home in your own county We have every faolllty for doing - J I All Legal Matters I Given Prompt I Attention I - your work that the city offices possess and will do just as neat work Were country people our selves and take an interest in making your print- Â¬ ing attractive and will appreciate your patronage Get our prloee drop us a card THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS MMMMMM - 3 fA t - MM M H MRUP PEPSIW OESTION I V CURES Lato to bwl and early to rise prepares a man for his home In thu ektea Early to bed aud a Llttli Early Klaer the pill that wakM lilo longer and bUer and wlawghort HaynM 1 On CALDWELLS I h Wli iml it rh v wchMp th IfflLftK KiW ltwr Ji K4 fctlt icwi wJinrv vii tub hI rrjjjiHi iiiMlli rvfHSwOSlSfia uk u l iwitU wiSrs THE BRROKENtRIDGE i NEIW JtfNKS 18fi8w OlOYERPOftP KY ItSavodmyBoy I Peculiar Disease Tho Grayson Gazalto says a peculiar disease of cattlo has developed at Mill- Â¬ bjcjIbi wood Out of a herd of 35 or 40 owned Trains leave Louisvillo ns follows by Joo Edolen of that place all died In two or three days Tho disease is a BA O S W UAtLWAY Clnclnnatl and the M Loult and the Welt peculiar one swelling up the breast and No o Ko 6 No tg S jam 1 35am 2 45pm It Titoh fnvnr Iv Loulivitta throat Soint nrnnniinpn Ar Cincinnati 645am 1155am 605pm They wero two nnd three year olds nnd ArCotuinbus 1115am 5 Jspm 1105pm Ar Pittiburg 8 spm 7 15am wero worm about f 20 around A Ar Waihlngton 5a am It oam fKIffBmgeE Brfckenridge News B Triumphant Deerings Lead the Way WVDNFflnAY oi3ycE cca OJ3 W IIY TOBACCO A DEERING Hinders Mowers and Reaners had Roller and Rail RenrinirK five years before they were adopted by others They will E always lead the procession as they have in the past WORMS Successful Method of Destroy ing Tliem Adopt Iho Plan of Destroying The Fix Which Lays Tlie Egg ADVICE WORTH CONSIDERING Hundreds of thousands hnvn hi n in duced to try Chamberlains Cough reme Â¬ dy by reading what it has done for oth ers and having tested its merits for them solves are to day Its warmest friends For sale by A R Fisher Oloversort R A Bliollnian Ste phensport MMTtftOROYtftR tYrtOlM Daniel W Reynolds Watson 111 writes Dr Fenncr Frodonlo N Yt For nearly twoyoarsmy llttlo son Drover agcu arout lour auncrca irom luanoy ana Bladder dlseaso Finally a gravel was forced into the urethra and remained there producing Haiti nore 1 2opm 750am jm m Ar PMlftdilnMt In am A r New York taionn c cnm Ar Hoi ton loopra 004pm Nratfl Mft in ta to anf Ptitlman 1ltiA- - riatn- I MM CI n f lnlnnAll bm A nai1 n f dining can Clnclnmtl to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change ItIkwH uiMiMi a - nur r TmIh Vn iB i -- egvau 1II ir u Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change i rttii oi 10 mi iiiepcn o vincmnaii open at 9 oclock to receive passengers Ar If Its Worth Printing St Louis Springfield and the West Ar Springfield 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves al 7 15 a m daily Charlestown accommodation leaves at 3 30 p m except Sunday Trains Nos 16 to and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis Ar bt Ixuis Lv Louisville the sjjam tt 3onn No so Twice-a-Wee- k 6 40pm g 40pm 8sam No 16 No 44 gaopm 7 nam iiiiiiii DEERING IDEAL BINDER Peering Improved Steel Binder Deerill0 Ideal FTrLV real improvements than any othor macliines made and are right up to date in every respect serrnted ledger plates adjustable drag bar and shear cutting knives The only mower that can be drawn at a slow walk or started in any crop without back- Â¬ ing tho team ZyiS1 JVToWer wt51 Roller and Ball Bcarjngs TeGllTI 13 IceS are ft8mucn n ftdvanco of other machines as are D init llindfirs Mowfirs and Reaners er- - Just Received a car load of Deering machinery and twine which we will sell at rock bottom prices Farmers should see our stock before buying J W PATE JAS DEAN McQuady Ky rvi na ttrhrryjJTy ttiviirvTTJTVTiitt GREGORY Wharfmasters CLOVERPORT CO KENTUCKY COMMON SENSE In Solid Chunks Given Out By This Steamboat Agents Writer He Knows WwrTMm netting like It for an ecninKs entertainment Other so called talking machines teproduco only reconls of subject Seclally Mmt fnjtolnntlnir Invnn Hon of tliuoKe Alnuji ready to entertain It requires no skill tooper ate It ami reproduce llio music of lands orches- Â¬ tras Mxallsts or Instru mental soloists Tlicreli Local Ajfenti Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Dealer In All About What Constitutes the Real Farm Â¬ Oil Company it T clear and brilliant a not llntn1 In cunt JV11UIIJIUJIIIB Knn n n JH I11U V Urapnophono ou can easily mn ko nnd Instantly rcproducu record or inc oice at any sound aiius u com nnl WtiTVrw Int tettttffin feTver fresh liio reproduction J are paBbAbhaBie ar cnf1 Inn cm and Up our ettntillstimi nt U lieiul- qunriera or inn miria lur lamnti M mnnuna VXalklng Machine Supplies Write lur catalogue ltdlson and SlardonaM COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH GO Dept 30 010 STew Washington D 0 York Paris Chicago St Loula IliilniiHlnlln Washington Baltimore Uuffalo Pennsyhanla Avenue The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with A NEW Jlacksmith Shop At BURAS WAGON MAKERS HORSESHOEING Etc hava IllRfnnnnoil n nnw lilnMrnnillli where f shop At IurnRam prepared KO do all kimH nf work In Hint lino II am also authorized to solemnly Uio rights oi matrimony JAMES ATUCKER BANK or DUTSBTJEG A BKARD President WILL MILLICK 8 BKARD Caihler Old Goon Hollow f I l W BKARD MtXIS ESKRIDQK i None Purer None Finer SIMON Second -- DlrMtor-M Tho real farm says a writer in the American Agriculturalist combines Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor home and business and it as independ Â¬ ing and Celling Weathvr Boardiny ent as possible of all oilier interests It Shinglos Haltlfine Cement is a factory where moat ol tho nectssa ldttlm Plastor Plfltriinr riesof comlortable living produced and lialr Plow Handles the minimum amount of supplies is purHrirks Etc chased Specialism is tho bane of the Estimates Furnished for Bulldlno and farmer for it is a mistake for him to buy Rulldlnn Unterlal auythiug that ho can produce hints If Matty of the unsatisfactory results of modern agriculture come from buying too much from the store With 1 50 wheat 50c corn 25 cent wool and 15c cotton conditions wehre different lint even tbeu the principle was tho same wow with beef pork mutton etriza no- tatoes rice beans and grains at distress ly low prices the necessity is brought directly home Better cultivation a restricted acreage more attention at home to tho construc- Â¬ tion of labor saving devices in fact less of profitless crops and more to eat and wear of bome produced material will May Co mark au era of improvement with the farmer To me it is CANNELTON IND on farm life to find a sad commentary a man with good land and a large heard of cattle depend Â¬ ing on others for nearly all ho eats and Send me wears The same conditions exist with the fruit growers the cotton planter and the grain sjlecialist It is wrong economically and has been a prominent factor in reduciug independent country And I will Send you people in a condition little better than packed in in plain those who live in towns box one gallon To quit farming and go to live in cities is to cure It may be jumping from the frying pan into the flro Better go back to first principles and make the farm so far as possible produce all tho necessities and comforts of life In this we Ameri cans can well pattern after our German neighbors and also romember thut it was upon this principle that the great prosperity of the Mormons was founded Hold no more land than can be properly handled and thoroughly cultivated Â¬ J HHunsche Casper 2O Whisky N and Naln Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J0ILT J JONES Louisville INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Cosmo Buttermilk Toilet Soap makes tho skin soft white and healthy Sold everywhere AKBIVE However within tho put three or Will Print It From East 7 ij a m Is 15 noon 0 40 p m ts 95 am 3 so a m fitreais there is not tho universal at Â¬ From West 7 sf a m 11 13 p m 6 40 p m tention paid to this matter that there acho Cure SowiliiheDltECKENKIDOK City Ticket office coutheatt corner Fourth and NEWS w is son o ten or twelve years ago The When ono bottle had been taken Uio stone or DemM rat every ifemiblican nvprv man mri Main streets Depot Seventh and river wnnn r had becomo so dissolved by It t hacci lly whieh deposit the i trg that fravol out of Itself far tho child is that child who can read will want to read It Ior detail information regarding rates time on and well connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc and strong to day It saved my boy produces tho worm it called n miller address This Wonderful Cure shows the power Of US BltOWN District Pass Ticket Agent II O S W By and tho plati by which the grvalest the medicine In dissolving stono 4th and Main Louisville Ky number of these can bo killed Jn the ii a Liemocratie piper ol lx or eight paget litueJ or J M CHESbBROUOH General Pastenger Airent Cincinnati Ohio CHARLES O MARTIN Wednesday and Saturdiy of lach week shortest po sible time Is he plan that is The G B WABKHL Assistant Wedneidav iiueimnti all thnrlonn n nH ik moH popular General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio The original plan for Prescription Pharmacist aaiurciay itsue prints toie Miscelhny Ioetiy ex crniiiiation of the tobacco fly is the bii mauert ipccfal interest In the homo It is Net door above Payne A Cos Cloverporu uest WlOtlgtl Others have r mnH Intn up eaitea Dy Henry Wattersnn Tills plan is to place powered cobalt into a pint oottlo of sweetened water LOYAL SENTIMENTS You set 101 crood mtMii nf witli a small quill inserted in tho cork - cigui luges i THAN ONK CENT A Lowille and by n quick motion to insert a little Expressed By Our Brandenburg Correspondent 1 Henderson St Louis Ry Co of the preparation into n Jamestown Mrs Mary Sltreve Goodloo Ransom weed bloom This should btf done USEFUL PREMIUMS Time Card in Effect June 20 97 about sunset II done too soon it will appeals by a card in tho Evening Post Aie given club raisers and pood pijlng eonfmls to the women of Kentucky to boycott sioni are allowed lry up before Iho miller lippinn in n agents East Bound No 43 No 44 No 46 around wliiclt it doen Hhnit tnllttt Frauce on account of her open hostile Lv St Louis 7 Mam 8 55pm position assumed in our Spanish-America- n Quite a number of dead ones are found Dally Courier Journal Hvansvllle 2 20pm 2 45am Year 600 41 Henderson trouble Mrs Ransom wants all Dally and Sunday t Year 715 2 40 next day There should be a number 310 800 SpotUville 738 37 328 Year of the Jamestown plants along the out goods boycotted that are made by the Sunday alone Owensboro 818 3 41 300 400 llawesville 4 40 917 450 sido of tho field along tho fences and French or coming from France and with Cloverport C4 5 01 510 it a refusal to patronizj any merchant Mephcnsport 10U7 522 also in tho interior of tho field 625 Irvington 1045 603 667 11 12 Brandenburg It is well known that a light al night who deals in French products of any 6 24 617 Arr Louisville 1235pm 7 45 730 attracts all kinds of winged insects as kind Good for Mrs Ransom Let all West Bound may be seen by observlm Mm inlorirlo patriotic women of our own beloved No 41 No 43 No 45 street lights on any summer1 night state imitate and heed her appeal We Lv Louisville 7 SOam 4 60pm 823pm And The Brandenburg 8 61 6CJ 932 knowing the attraction of a llgnt for the havent forgotten LaFajette We nrd Irvington 6 43 9 52 915 Stephensport tobacio fly some farmers nlnnon tnh tm not ungrateful or unappreciative of what 961 1021 720 rioverport 1011 7 39 1036 has been done in a past centurv but we thirds full of water put a bright glass NEWS 14 Owensboro llawesville 1035 8C4 MM 1135 96 1148 lantern above it and succeed in trapping note at this time France is the most 1217pm bpottsville 9 47 12 23am oppressive of all our foes across tho deep Henderson 12 40 numbers This should be tried The 1010 1245 41 Both one Year Eranivllla 1 15 10 40 115 Jamestown weed some years does not thereforo she is no longer entitled to our Arr St Louis 732 720 bloom soon enough henco the light kindly regard These United States are Al trains ran through Solid to Evansvllle could be used as soon as the tobacco is in no way responsible for those Spanish Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all We have bonds fl wdiog her store house Ameri with the made a special clubbing arrangement trains between bt Louis Evantville and Louis largo enough to attract the miller and Courier Journal and ville Numbers at and 42 connect can tourists have dropped many a dollar send that paper and ours for the price named towill Fordsvllle and ltardinsburg daily at Irvington for both could be used during thej season except Sunday all into her coffers and a feeling of friend our subscribers who will renew and pay In ad- Â¬ H C MOltDUE A G P A For a large field there should be a num- Â¬ Louisville Ky vance or to all ber of tho lights Burning brush out Â¬ ship has ever existed But an antagon- advance Samplenew subscribers who will pay In copies Courier Journal sent free istic sentiment towards us has existed on application side of the field as soon as it is dark has from almost the first out break of tho II also been done with success St L Ry Fordsvllle Branch All subscriptions under this offer must be sent L Hy close attention to the foregoing war The time has now come to show TIME TABLE No 10 nearly all tho labor of hunting worms this nation that we no longer regard her BRECKENRIDGE NEWS TAKING EFFECT can bo saved and there is no need of as a friend I am down on an individu- Â¬ MAY 30 1897 poisoning tho tobacco with parjs green al or a nation being too subservient to WestBound Trains East Bound Train the opinions of others AVhen an indivi Â¬ Dally Dally dual or a nntion deserves our contempt Daily Dally The Sure La Grippe Cure OMAHA EXPOSITION ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex bur give it and give it with a vim Let Tour- Â¬ No6 No 1 No a No Them uo iisemJuTrUg lrom this ists steer elf ar of Paris nnd boycott all - - 11060am Lv Irvlnzron Ar OoOam 1125 Garfield dreadful malady if you will only get the Parisian emporiums of trade Let us as 8 00 June 1st to October 31st 1140 Ilarned 742 right remedy You are having pain all true Americans stand by Gen 1147 Junction 737 Grosve 11 55 Hardinsburg 7 27 through your body your liver is out of nor in his declaration to oppose any Â¬ THE GRANDEST EXPOSITION 12 10pm 7 17 ap Junction 12 25 Kirk order having no appetite no lije or am- Â¬ propriation for the coming Paris Exposi- Â¬ 7 02 1235 Jolly fiM except Worlds Fair over planned bition have a bad cold in fact nro mm tion Let us ignore the 1900 commer1265 Glendeane 6 30 105 Dempster 620 pletely used up Electric Bitters is the cial enterprise Let all Americaus with Â¬ in tho United States Located 120 ar KallsKough lv 606 145 Dempster only remedy that will give you prompt draw support and countonance be 644 within cheap and quick access of with 165 Rockvale BS8 and sure relief They act dh ectly ou held We owe Europe and 2 05 60 nuth especially tho entire Missouri and Mississipi 215 Asklns 6 25 your Liver Stomach and Kidqeys tone trance no appology for any thing 2 30 Oaks 610 atyour own doors Throuch Valleys up the whole sjstem and make you feel Mitchell 25m ArKordsvillrLv 5 00am tickets beyond Omaha allow stop- Â¬ like a new being They are guaranteed 101 Reward 8100 overs Reduced excursion rates to to cure or price refunded For Bale at Tho readers of this paner will be nleased Short IlayneH drugstore ony 50 cents to Tako the Burlington Louisville HendersonSf Lo jIs RyCo learn that thero is at least one dread Â¬ Omaha per bottle Route tho old and established lino ed disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh to and through Omaha in any di- Â¬ AH Look Alike Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive rection llawesville Plaindealer cure known to the medical fraternity HOWARD ELLIOTT L W WAKELELEY Tho west bound cannon ball ground Catarrh being a constitutional disease General Mstuger Taking irioct General Passenger Agent up n couple of cows belonging to J P requires St Louis Mo a constitutional treatment Pawley The Narrows above Iho city is At 630 oclck A 2f Snada- - tfar 3D 1837 Halls Catarrh Curo is taken internally a favorite grazinc tilace for cattle but acting directly on the blood and mucous Safety Comfort sooner or later they cotno to grief The Vfesl Sound Traint XaitBound JVoin suriaces ol tho system thoreby destroy- Â¬ Texas lias paid out enough money for ing tho foundation of the disease nnd 41 and EvassviUe 43 Mall A came in that place to liavo fenced the giving the patient 42 44 strength by building Mall A road for forty miles but tho Texas has Bxprs Kxprs STATIONS Kxprs Kxprj up tho constitution and assisting nature been tho best beef market we ever had Dally Dally in doing its work Tho proprietors have Dslfy I Dally always paying tho highest price for so 4 60pm 7 30am IvUnn Dt r 12 35pra7 45pm much faith in its curative powers Fait Mall Line Between 6 to 7 48 Kentucky St 12 20 783 scrubs or thoroughbreds Thev all look that they offer Ono 637 818 West Point UEOam 665 Hundred Dollars for 6 40 aliko to the engineer 8 21 1145 Howard 651 any case that it fails to cure Send for Louisville 6 48 829 Willowdale 1135 645 663 835 Ilock Haven 1128 640 lists ol testimonials fl 00 BTKAMERS 8 42 Lonp Branch 1121 For threo years wo have never been Address 634 609 8 61 Brandenburg It 19 FJ CHENEY Co Toledo O 626 11 n without Chamberlains Colic Chola 618 869 Kkron G RAGON 618 iSTSold by Druggists 75c 626 907 Guston 1063 610 and Uiarrhooa Remedy in the houso V M Ryan Master 033 915 10 45 frvineton W A Bishop Parser 603 661 923 Webster says A H Potter witli E 0 Atkins A 1037 660 931 1669 Lodiburcr 1024 5 42 A Trite Suggestion Co Indianapolis Ind and my wife 707 932 in on Pierce TARASCON 64 9 43 712 Saiiiple 1015 6 30 There ought lo bo some one possessed D would as soon bo without n sack of flour 720 9 61 Mephcnsport 10 07 h Penny Master 522 L T Conner Purser 72 966 Addison 10 02 as a bottle of tills remedy in the sum- Â¬ with enthusiasm enougli to organlre a 618 727 Holt 969 6 IS mer season 1011 739 We hayo used it with all local base ball team It was through the Cloverport 945 603 TELL CITY 7 43 1014 Shops 9 40 600 three of our children and it has novnr efforts of Charley Hammau last season 764 1025 SMHmsn 927 4 49 B II Ballard Master W B Newbell Purser 804 10S5 llawesville failed to cure not simply stop pain but that this tonn had many pleasant even 317 4 40 812 1043 Petrle 909 433 Ings of sport of this character cure absolutely It is all right and any in 49 818 This Falcon 903 418 D STAGGS 827 1068 Lewisport 864 fascinating and interesting game has a 419 one who tries it will find it so For sale 833 1105 Waltman 8 47 413 Dally except Saturday between LoulirllU 1114 8 42 Powers by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A tendency to bring duriug the season 4 01 838 11125 863 Pates 827 363 many strangers to the city Now let and New Amsterdam 11 Mam 9M Sheliman Stephensport Owensboro 818 3 44 Freight shipped by this line delivered quick Â¬ 916 111 46pm Mattlncrly 807 eome enterprising follow take hold of 333 9 21 Griffith II 61 er than by rail 802 329 925 lfM Stanley The tug Alfred Henuen is now plying this and renew tho feeling 768 826 Travelers will find the steamers are unsur Â¬ 932 1202 Worthlngton 762 320 12 OS reimlarly between Dover anQ Owensboro 889 Reads 7 45 313 passed In equipment and aooommodatloni 9 47pm 1217 Spottsvllle 7 38 307 hauling rock for street Improvements in Truths Tersely Told The best culinary are employed as oooks and 9 64 fir 1224 lassett 7 31 sni 010pm 1240pmar Hnrlrn ly 7 the latter city I5la 246pm Foleys Kidney Curo is a safe sure be menu is equal to that of the best hotels Train Na i and Ml General offices ITS aad 1T8 4th Avenue vlngton dally except Sunday with trains to and remedy for all kinds of Kidney and Blad Â¬ IiouisTlIja from Hardunburg aad Kordaville Branch A der Diseases R Fisher O A m Kind 3K X Clover- - D Ii PKNNY W W HIT Only line running Parlor Cars between Louis V Itie You Have Always Bought Bean the port It A Sheliman Stephensport Supt Pre to the North and East For further iaformaUon Gordon Haynes Patesvllle E A O V Williams T P A call on or address Agents or HC7MORDUK AGPA Witt Hardinsburg Owensboro Ky Louisville Ky 11 With tint plantinir of nvnrv crop the farmers alwajB begin prepara Â¬ tions to p event a big crop of worms Blood Poisoning and dropsical effusion Iroftuod consent to a surgical operation fearing tho reault and commenced giving your Kidney and Back Courier Journal TKAINS Price 100 a Year ESS Henderson Route -- J 1 1 TwiceaWeek Courier Journal For Only 125 HEKEIE Twlcc-a-Wee- k j M Â¬ Â¬ I -- 41 - - Â¬ n 4 tf TIME SCHEDULE kuisie Packet Line E and Evansvllle - Is P t WE- i isflL 1 5 1O A 30 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS AND wiCErrA WEEK COURIER JOURNAL jL 1 ONLY 125 1 T JB1 9r ILOVERPORT KENTUCKY SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPTION TO- M 1 V THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Free Medico Advice r SIMM STEPHENS f HB BRKQKRNRIDGB NEW8 OLOYERPORT KY WERE SOME PUMPKINS Foreign Capitalists Want to Put in Locnl Alan iHHi inmnni u Swfjjfeddlng at Boauflful Alia Do yon understand Jut what Dr J C Ajora medicines wilt do for yon Aro they helping yon as fast as yoa think they Ho will Write to our doctor ought snswor all quostlons and give yoa the best medical advice absolutely free Address tho J C Ayer Co Lowell Mass Breckenridge News V Water work electric lights and open Â¬ ing of the streets were tho principal topics of diflciifsloii before the council i4 Monday night The minutes of last meeting were read and approved All thu Board of Coun Worth 1 and 125 only cil were present with the exception of Councilman Sklllman Mayor Bitrry brought the liouan toordir and the regu Mrs Miliary John Miliary A L Mlna Notice the Fair ry Louisville Mr and Mrs Caldwell lar routine of business whb disposed of Baby laco caps SuIbbis Tho water works franchise which had Norton Master James Stephens Norton Patriotic goods Supers Miss May Groves of Louisville Mrs been sold to Mr WilliaiuBnf llnwt sville but on account of him fniling to send Full line of quoensware Sulrers Gus Tyler Owensboro Mr and Mrs John Burk Henderson Mrs Eliza specifications and plain of plant had Tow liner pque and Lawns SuzerV been tabled until tins meeting He wns Nice line of geats straw hats Sulzers Burk Mr and Mrs W E Minor Miss Nellie Burk of Addison Miss Forrie present and Btated to the council after Bonami a window a mlnrle Sulzers Hardin Mrs Emma White Mrs W D thorough Investigation he whb satisfied Drink wild cherry Phosphate SuU Holt Mrs Liickett Miss Mary Holt of that an election was necessary to be called in order to determine the voice of zers Holt Mr and Mrs W H Downier Missed and ladies leather mitts Bui Misses Maggte and Bettie Downier Clov- Â¬ the people as to the atnouut they would A SMILE OF PLENTY lie wanted Bars erport Miss Iglehart of Evansville Miss be willing to subscrb Ladies misses and childrens parasols Head of Henderson Dr Milliner Union twenty plugs at I0 each to bi taken Is Llohllna up the Dark Places In Breck- Â¬ This number was only sufficient to cover Sulzers enridge Farmers are Jubilant Over Star All Enamel for furniture grate etc Prospects of a Big Yield and inn nappy couplo received many the town proper and it was suggested by High Prices Sulzers beautiful and expensive wedding pre- Â¬ councilman Pierre to appoint a commit tee of three to give the proposition some Ladies and gentlemans leather belts sents from a legion of friends consideration and decide the amount The sun of prosperity is smiling be Sulzers w OOflMISSiONERS APPOINTED that could be given Mr Williams nijjnantly over this county The News is always in The crop prospects weie nevor bright- Â¬ Councilman Conrad moved that the every particular er and if thu hopes of the farmers are Hardin Farm to Be Divided For the matter bo put into the hands of the realized things will hum In this section Hot weather drink wild cherry phos Â¬ committee and that the matter be acted after the crops are harvested phate Sulzers Widow5 Benefit Reports from all parts of the county on Tuesday which was seconded by Ladles carpet brooms with velvet councilman Lllurd Mayor Barry ap Â¬ are to the effect that the wheat yield will handles Sulzers Judge McBath has appointed Judge point d the following to act A L Oelze eclipse all former years Tlin acreage planted iu cereal crops Is Tho fine weather of Sunday materially James R Sklllman master commissioner Silas Lillard and Sam Conrad who went simply immense The bottoms on both in the Hardin estate case increased the local livery business over thu town to hid the approxi Bides of the river contain thousands of The court ordered that the farm deed- Â¬ mate number of fire plugs necessary acres of grain and the picture of plenty Your attention is called to Haswells they preset is an inspiration buggy advertisement that appears in this ed to Virgil Hardin and wife by Jatnes II L Morton was before the body he Stephens and wife be divided and ono contemplates putting in a Dynamo of In the Robertsis bottom in the vicinity ISSUH Union Star it estimated that three Ollle Tousev Is doing special railroad half be apportloued to Mrs Hardin as eugine at his mill and wanted the privi- Â¬ hundred Hcres panted iu wheat will well as her dower interest in the other lege of erecting poles to furnish lights yield about 10000 bushels In other work in the office of civil engineer R words each acre of wheat will average 35 half This was tabled until Tuesday night bushels N Hudson Dudley Hambeton James P Minor when his offer could be investigated and What is true about whoat holds good J V Ahl rame up from Evansvllle and Frank Beavln were named com- Â¬ better understood as to corn Four filths of the latter crop Sunday He was the guest of Mr and missioners to divide the farm Tlio most important business before is planted and the stand is vigorous and Mrs Ram Ahl althy the street committee was the opening of h Clover and all kinds of hay crops are ACCIDENTLY SHOT An excellent set of double or single the street in front of McCreary propel ty iu splendid condition harneps ran bn purchased from Haswell A L Oelze of this committee paid it Bait From a Flobert Rifle Enters Above would cost iu the neighborhood of 1500 for little mnnnv LEVEL HEADED to 2000 to uudertaku this movement Fred DHuys knee To lully get ihe beuetit of the Newh Mr H V Harris wiio in interested in Are every page of tula issue should be be tho Progressive People at Union thoroughly scauned Fred DHuy Jr was accidentally shot this uct stated that he could almost Star They Favor the Oood What la more deliglitlul than a easy above tlio knee with a Flobert rifle assure them that tho cost would Road Movement and are ruuulng and cowf maulu Luggy lias Monday He and Jess Willis were out not go beyond 150 He said all that Doing Good Work would be necessary would be the en ct hunting together when young Willis well is selling that kind rifle was accidentally discharged The lug of a live fence and the planting of Have ydu tried any of that molasses The good road fever has struck the bullett 22 caIlber struck Fred justabove willows It was moved by Councilman put up lu cans at Gregory Gibjens Stephensport neighbor- Â¬ the knee and became imbedded in the Conrad that the street committee meet Union Star andpeople there aro enthusi Â¬ It comes in assorted ilivois Mr Harris Tuesday which received a hoods and tho flesh It inflicted a painful wound but astic in their desire to better the condi- Â¬ Mies Lula Herriugton has accepted a no serious effects are apprehended second They were to report at Tuesdays tion of the high ways position witu Hestou Willis Company meeting Should this venture be acted A News reporter interviewed a num- Â¬ Pleasant Outing upon it will be the means of plotting ber of leading men in those communities in the dry giods department A barge ride and moonlight picnic in out new lots and which will be quite an Saturday and all expressed themselves David it Muiray this city and Morris in favor honor of the guests of the Misses Bow acquisition to the city If not Mr Har- as being improve of any movement calcuEskridge Hardinaburg are iu 0veus lated to tho thoroughfares Good Cammilus McGlothlan said boro attending the United States Court mer Miss Lottie head of Henderson ris will cultivate the ground and erect and Miss Annie Inglebart of Evansville the fence at his own expense roads are essential to progiees and pros- Â¬ Mr Hurry Hill who succeeds Mr was given by the young people of this Claims and accounts were disposed ot perity They improve property and en Mike Jungllng as foreman of the shops city last Thursday evening About Judge J R Sklllman salary and fees hance values W F Houston a prominent farmer is becoming very popular with his fel- Â¬ thirty of our young people participated 21 John L Hall salary aud fees said When we stop improvements we low workmen The party rowed up Clover creek as far 30 92 A Heron lumber 89 F N deteriorate uuiiii good roaus anu we In looking over your glassware and as Bates pprine where a delicious lunch Delluy 7 Payne build up the community It opens up Co 3186 j S E broader Bphere of social life and brings a a queensware you Hud somo pieces missing waB spread xuey returnea oy moon- Â¬ 10 80 Wilson An allowance of 500 rnarktt for our products to our very you cannot do any better than to inspect light and had an enchanting trip was made to pay Interest on railroad door the line carried by Gregory Gibson bonds Patriotic Offer Crazy She Went Kev Sam Jones the noted evangelist A petition signed by Marion Weather W F Houeton one of the most sub- Â¬ year old color- Â¬ holt Gregory Myrtle Collier a twelve and orator of national reputation will Gibson J O Nolte stantial cltiztns in the Union SUir neighhonor Irvington with a visit July 2 He ed girl went violently insane at the J D Wilson and M W Mitchell was borhood poeiesies a valued relic of the goes there to dedicate the M E church home of Charles Bates last week She read proclaiming to the unpleasant late war in the shape ot a combination chased several persons with a hatchet stench conditions that confronted the knife and fork which opens and shuts South the combi- Â¬ It is said that a coal trust has been and soon became the terror of the neigh Â¬ resident owners on that street also a like a jack knife Hu carriedthrough the nation utensil with him all formed in this city Those who want borhood Marshal Hall for precautions letter revqi sting the removal of Heysers late war and says he is willing to lend it information on the subject should apply sake locked her up in jail Tho girl and hog pen The Mayor staled that there to any patriotic soldier who desires to to Bob Pierco or John Phelan What an afflicted white man will be both tried was was an ordinance to the effect those use it in the present campaign against they have to say about tho matter is a to ascertain their sanity by County knowing such things existing should Cuba Judge Ahl In this city today plenty have a warrant issued and the matter mil being Enlarged The excursion traffic over the Hen Â¬ would have attention The Addison flouring mill at Addison He Will Surely Go derson Route Sunday was very heavy The meeting held ou uutll 10 oclock is being enlarged and by this time next Lieutenant Colonel Murray will un- Â¬ About six extra cars were attached to doubtedly have an opportunity to go in Â¬ and much interest was manifested mouth will be one of the best equipped After a few arguments the body ad- Â¬ plants in the Ohio Valley A new set the regular train but notwithstanding to the fluid with a Kentucky regiment this additional convenience the facilities of soldiers Colonel Colson who is now journed until Tuesday night of rollers and patent machinery is being were taxed placed In poeition and when all improvein Washington has managed to get the Delightful Event ments are made the capacity will be in- Â¬ John R Clary who visited the family Secretary of War to allow this state a full The strawberry festival given at the creased to forty barrels of John D Babbage in this olty last regiment on second call and this will church of the Holy Guardian Angel summer will graduate from the Decatur give Mr Murray his opportunity Debt to be Lifted near Irvington last week was a delight Â¬ III High School this week He is well It is thought that action will soon be ful event The viands served were deli known in this city and his many friends Rose Bushes Attacked clous and the program was a happy one taken by the building fund committee of will be well ploased to hear of bis grad- Â¬ The owners of the choice roses In this The young ladles who presided over the the Presbyterian church to lift the debt uation city are complaining of the ravages of an tables were bright and charming and on the new structure used by the local Lewis Seifert one of the wealthiest insect pest that attacks both the foliage Tho and most prominent real estate dealers and buds of some of the best bushes their hospitable attentions added zest to congregation as a house of worship the function The ladles who acted on sum of 1200 may be appropriated for in Evansvllle was in the city the first of The Insect lays its egg on the leaves of Â¬ the week looking up opportunities for the plants and when the larvae appears it the committee deserve great praise for this purpose It will liquidate the build the success that attended the festival ing debt and leave a liability of only investment in Cloverport dirt He says voraciously eats all in sight The pest 700 for furniture this city has a bright future before it is soon d Stroyod by spraying the bush They extend their thanks to all those who contributed their services and and will grow to large proportions that is infected with a weak solution f presence to the occasion A M McOracken and Mr Lyons of carbolic acid Louisville were in the city yesterday Wants The Child A New Road They were inspecting the quality of lime Â¬ J E Nicholas of Cloverport was at stone in this section Should the quail A new road has been opened up from Hardlnsbuig one day last week and ty come up to their expectation it will Bliellraans to Lodiburg in the north east swore out a writ of habeas corpus for his Did you ever see one in all probability be utilized portion of the county About 150 men child which is now with its mother Did you ever hear of one Mr 0 II Walls who is putting In an were called out to ar alst in Its construc- Â¬ Mrs Sallie Nicholas at Roaetta Nich Â¬ Most certainly not Con- Â¬ lectrlc light plant in Hawesville was in tion Tho new thoroughfare has been olas was divorced at tho last term of sumption is a disease that PK ytsterday He came for the put in fine condltiou and opens up a rich court and It seems that there wasan Invariably causes loss of purpose of interviewing the business fruit and agricultural belt te the railroad order giving him the custody of hla two flesh 4to their nihilhood of taklni Mrs Nicholas was here to children If you are light in weight Sold For 90 Cents lie met with much encourage nvestigate the matter last Monday She even if your cough is only Sam Dlx a hustling farmer in Roberts is bitterly opposed ment and remained to the special meet Â¬ to giving her child a slight one you should bottom utar Stephensport hag fifty acres up The matter was to have been heard ing of the council Tuesday evening certainly take In wheat that will yield 35 bushels to the yesterdey In the aounty court bwfore New FJouring Mill acre He has sold bis crop for ninety Judge Ahl The hustling little tow a of Rome in cents per bushel Sam Is as long headed of cod liver oil with hypo Good Crop Rrpsrt Perry county Ind is to have a fhur as he Is a thorough farmer and he de- Â¬ pbospMcs No remedy mill Through the efforts of Dr J II serves tho gook luck that is his S J Baker one of the best posted Is such a perfect prevent- Â¬ Lee amd Wm Hardin a stock company farmers In the Patesville neighborhood ive to consumption Just baa been formed The plant will bo was in the city Wednesday Ho said the moment your throat capitalized at 4000 About 3000 of Â¬ The present sorMn is a remarkably fav begins to weaken and you thla sum has been subscribed It is better than cure Tints Liver orable one for tobacco We have flue find you are losing flesh thought that the mill will grind this Pills will not only cure but if plants aud they have been transplanted you should begin to take It Mamjt wheat earlier than usual The plants are grow Â¬ taken in time wiH prevent ing and have not as yet been harmed by And no other remedy has cured so many cases pests TIih acreag is the same as mo il StrlktR With Paralyse of consumption Unless Wheat prospects w r uuyer brighter and Cary one of the oldest and dyspepsia biliousness malaria you are far advanced with la good crop k practically guaranteed moat rnfiected cltizami of Rome Iud this disease Scotts Emul- Â¬ constipation jaundice torpid Paatura Is flee wm duily Mrlcken with pawy ot sion will hold every In- Â¬ One Minute Cough Care Is the best the left nlde hut Moiiliy Hi t 73 liver and kindred diseases ducement to you for a jear old and owing to Oa ailvaniird g Preparation 1 I hav ever sold or used and perfect cure much In praise LM jt la not bought pmy that he will w- Kenuou Merchant Oitell G Short ABSOLUTELY CURE 40VUT Hay Mi wKHKNtnY Junes ipos Local Brevities tha Dan Cupids work culminates in lh tying of thu Marital knot One of tbu most delightful Jnne weddings that has ever laken placn In this section was elrhrnted last Thursday at Allu Vista thu pleHsaut iiiumer hnino of Mr ami Mrs James Stfplmns near Stppheiisport Hie contracting parties were James C Hinim Jr of Chicago and Miss Brook Stephens of Addison Tho cere mony was performed by IUv Shelley Only the immediate relatives and friends of tho family were present Ite- ipnalimnntii ws It o- I me aier il ceremony the bridal couplo took their departure for Chicago their future home Ihoso present at the wedding were John Shnm and Mrs Shaw brotht r and slBter of tho groom of Chicago Mr and Â¬ 1 1 It is in June tho month of rose Waterworks Wants to Erect an Electric Light Plant OF COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS NIOE LINE OP Ready Made Shirt Waists Â¬ 75c The Sunday school Convention The County Sunday school Conven- Â¬ tion which met at Garfield last Saturday was well attended by the people lu that locillty and many from a distanco A number of Sunday schools in the country wen represented and the days proceed ings were luken up in li lmlf of tho Sun Â¬ day school work T J Jolly was pie sent from Bewleyvllle and gave a talk mi a subject that had been assgned to Hev H K Kelly Mr Jolly is an uanifst worker G W Beard Robert McGutlln Simeon iHvne Hev T N Williams and R v llozirth and othrs talked on the Sunday school work In the county The program of tho day was was well oc cupbdand there was a decided Inttrrst In the proceedings Miss EHzt Hook daughter of Mr Andy Hook prcidodat tho organ and with the assistance of a Kood choir furnished spleudld singing for the occasion Tho people In tho locality of Gaifleld had their baskets well filled at the dinner hour and there was enough of the substantlals of llfo for everybody from West View and one from Irvington On a cloao vote it was decided in favor of Irvington V G Babbage was rn elected County Presi dent and Clint Hook Secretary An executive committee will be appointed at ouch to arrange for a more thorough syBtPin of Sunday school work In the c unity the coming year aud to look after other matters Â¬ Â¬ WLfWtiswiibwm General Stock IS IN COMMAND OP THE I Grand Army of Supplies HEADQUARTERS AT SULZERS f And lias issued orders to provide you with necessary provisions at tne lowest prices J GOOD THROW wOrCCO FINK JAVA AMI MOCHA THE FAIR SUGARS It Saved a Rig But Broke a Window Moor- and saved the other rig but it ilw through the window of Ln Heists jewelry store and broke several window lights Mrs Barnett Bohler Deod on High street and ran away In its flight It threatened to demolish Scott Vances rig and to avert this Rube Lesley throw a brick at the animal The missle served to turn the horse from its course man became frightened Sunday foreuoon A horse belonging to Wyclifle F53 GORN BEANS Try them and ask for more I These are only samples BACON HAMS OLIVES I X JS The Bad Intelligence came to this com- Â¬ munity of the death of Mrs Barnett Bohler yesterday evening from Webster where sue had been to visit her daugh- tor Mrs J R May She had been in ill health for over a year Â¬ Another Industry Repairs are being made on the planing mill in the southwestern part of the city and the machinery is being put in shape th resume operations It is understood that Nace Ltwis will conduct the enterprise In which event its success Is as Â¬ sured 8 E Parker Sharon Wis writes I have tried De Witts Witch Hazsl tialve for itching piles and it always stops them In two minutes I consider DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve the greatest pilo cure on the market Short A Haynes Sulzers the Grocers I Have f A New vvvvlvvvva Plan j m Adopted To Hustle the Sale of my 1 m Heston Willis Co Ladies goods The old plan was to sell you a buggy and throw in a set of harness Â¬ Who Love the Beautiful Should look over our artistic selection of Organdies and Lawns Their beauty of design aud color protect the eye from satiety It really looks as though the loom and dye men who gave the cloths But Now I Sell You A Set of Harness and Throw in a Buggy WWtfWVW their delicate texture and wealth had robbed the cobweb of ness and the rainbow of colors and embodied them ful patterns now found ou of This is gospel trutli and I invite you to call and try to blufl mc in my proposition I have added a fine lot of Buggies to my stock hues Â¬ its silky soft Â¬ its prismatic in the beauti- Â¬ our counters Frank Haswell CLOVERPORT KY MEriBERS AND FRIENDS Nothing Prettier in Dress Goods Administrators Notice All rertoni knowing themtclvct Indebted to I be etttte of the deceased William Vett are hereby come forward and aettle All thoae holding clalma againataald mate at notified to prrtent them properly proven lor acttlem nt John V Vst Administrator Cloverport Ky May 18 gS notified to Enjoy Strawberries Cream and Cake Speeches and Jluslc m Â¬ A Fleshy Consumptive Scotts Effluslioa Happiness and merriment reigned supreme at the ice cream aud strawberry supper given by the local lodge of the Can be found in the city and those Fraternal Mystic Circle at its lodge room ladles of taste and good judgment who last Wednesday evening About 200 people representing the have visited our store say so membership of the lodge and their fami lies and friends were present From the beginning to the close of the evening the guests enjoyed themselves to the utmost There were delicious strawberries Ice cream and cake and cooling lemonade for the hungry and music song and story for those whose is youthful spirits demanded such pleasure Before supper was served Mr V G Babbage ot Hardlnsburg was called upon tar a speech He responded and talked very entertainingly and instructively Call around and feast your eyes on the upon the benefits accruing from a mem beautiful Dress Goods we have ust re berehip in fraternal organizations His address wni closely listened to and its celved sentiments were applauded Mr Babbage was followed by Ed Good- Â¬ night who awoke on the same subject The party broke up about midnight after having had a moat enjoyable time is One of the most Important factors in the promotion of the success of the event were the efforts of big hearted Charles May When it comes to a fuuctiou of this kind ho Is a three ring circus with tho parade thrown in for good measure Â¬ Breckenridge Circuit Court Hardfna Administrator llalqtlfl Virgil Hardlna hera Ac defendants All persons having- claims against the estate of Virgil If the Day a Virgil Hardin deceased are hereby notified to produce the same before the undersigned Special Master Commissioner at his officii In Cloverport Ky properly proven on or before the first day of September lft8 Given under my hand at Special Master Com missloner olsild court this 6th day of June 189S JAS It SK1ILMAN S M C II C Bright One SSSSiS Swiss Cheese S Dried Beef Boiled Ham Canned Meats This the Season Fresh Eatables of every kind of the Year Prevention For Straw Hats We have all kinds at all prices and we guasantee you fit style and satisfaction if you buy your summer headgear from us One Minute is not long yet relief Is obtained in half that time by the use of One Minute Cough Cure It prevents consumption and quickly cures colds croup bronchitis pneumonia lagrlppe and all throat and lung troubles Short A Haynes Off CITY BAKERY On Minute Cough Cure TImU U For Cloverport Jtfti Sick Headache Heston Willis Co DeWitts Little Early Risers Th funou llltl pJM Mrs Robert Barry will join her bus baud the well known printer at Clover- Â¬ port Ky Bob went there to work at his trade He likes the place bo well that be has concluded to remain a Kea tucky Colossi Portsmouth O News IOST OM 10111 utlinc illver MHiimd on th lock k UnJor TUTTS Liver PILLS 1 i TcoTTTtffflttw VOURU NYRUP 4 DR OALDWELLS J iHt TJFATIOHll wkli brctrttura ftiBiN5MiaiSiWivtyxiii8aai wlH wtt It wm km4 for cuim rj BABYS SMOOTH A Grateful Mother ii is - sj ip ii - vys awisiil in sjjj asm p ii TTT iKtti FAIR SKIN WOLF CREEK II M Smith returned from the south Friday night Jesse Smith is at home from school for ft few days Mrs Turdy of Louisville is here visit ing old friends Mrs Robertson is with her sister Mrs Lambert of this place Mrs Dr Trent was verv sick for a few days bnt is able to bo up again Mlea Lou Ralls has been very sick at Mrs Chisms for the past week Mr Parks a prosperous farmer of near Alton was in our town Tuesday J 8 Owing and J R Smith were In Brandenburg on business Friday A number from here attondod Decora tion services at Pleasant Ridge Saturday Mr and Mrs George Park of Rono attended services here the 4th Sunday Prayer meeting has been reorganized We should be more punctual hereafter and keep it alive Ellsha liondurant and wife of Bran- Â¬ denburg visited friends hero Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs Daniels and two little girls of Anderson Ind and Miss Fulllnwlder of Schoonorpolut are guests of Mrs Will Smith Miss Ruth Willett we understand is going to mold minds in the Pearpolnt Success to school house this winter you MIbs Ruth Rev Schultz of Buck Grove preached here Saturday night He Is a very able speaker and has the undivided attention of his audience Miss Sue Owings our charming little milliner has been having a lively trade and has put up some fascinating hats and bonnets this season I received a number of copies of the Illustrated edition of the Neks and was After reading it we highly pleased imagined wo Here again in Hardinsburg With much pleasure we note the hon- Â¬ or conferred on Hon Dave Murray He is ever willing to serye his people or his country and to him we ofler congratulations It was with a feeling of deep regret we read the announcement of the death of MiBsDIIIion and Mr Cox of Hardinsburg in another issue of the paper We extend to the bereaved ones our slncer est By in pa thy Mrs W It Toorney of Louisville and Mr Livers of Guston were called to the bedside of their brother S J Elder who has been very low for some months suf- Â¬ fering from a complication of diseasep but at present is slowly improving Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Writes this Letter Telli all about Her Troubles when Baby Broke out with Scrofula Sorei At tho ago of two months my baby began to havo sores break out on his right chock Wo used nil tbo external ap- Â¬ plications that we could think or hear o to no avail The sores spread all over one aldo of his face We consulted a physi Â¬ cian and tried his medicine and in a week the soro was gone But to uiy surprise In two weeka more another scrofulous look Â¬ ing soro appeared on babys arm It grow worso and worse and when he was throo months old I began giving him I also took Hoods Hoods Sanwparllla Bartaparltta and beforo tho first bottlo was finished tho sores waro well and havo never returned Ho is now four ysars old but ho has never had any sign of thoso scrofulous sores since he was cured by Hoods Barsaparllla for which I feel very grateful My boy owes his good health end smooth fair skin to this great med Â¬ Mks 8 8 Wrotek Farming icine Get only Hoods ton Delaware rlOOd S HillS arc prompt efficient and easy In effect CfliU Brfckenridge News WEDKNRDAY JUNE 8 1893 Suffered 27 Years With Xidnay Trou- Â¬ ble Mr G A Stillson a merchant of Tarn Foleys Kidney Cure pico 111 writes is meeting with wonderful success It has cured some cases here that physi- Â¬ cians pronounced incurable I myself am able to testify to its merits My face to day is a living picture of health and Foleys Kidney Cure lias niado it such I had sutlered twenty seven years with the disease and to day I feel ten years younger than I did one year ago I ran obtain some wonderful certificates of its medical qualltieu A It Fisher Clover Stephensport port It A Hhellman Gordon A Maynes latesville E A Witt Hardinsburg HEIQHTSOF SOLDIERS Americans Taller Than Any Other Race of Civilized Men The Yankee is the tallest of civilized men In Europe the Scandinavian is tho only one that approaches him in average height says an exchange Even the Englishman is half and inch shorter and the German a trifle more than an inch The average American volunteer stands 5 feet 1 Indies in his stocking feet whereas the Spanish soldier aver- Â¬ The ages nearly two inches shorter American is ten pounds heavier than his antagonist and his chest expansion is markedly greater During the civil war tho biggest men came from Kentucky averaging a trifle over 5 feet 8 incheB Close behind was Kansas with Min- Â¬ nesota Missouri California and Nevada following in the order given The men from all these states averaged 5 feet 8 Maine Illinois and Michigan inches fell two tenths of an inch below that mark and next came Ohio and Pennsylvania Massachusetts and Connecti- Â¬ cut were at tho foot of the list the vo- Â¬ lunteers from the latter states averaging only 5 feet 0 inches Â¬ Phyi ioians Do you know that many broad minded physicians are using Foleys Honey A Word to Â¬ r v and Tar Syrup in their practice They have found no remedy that gave as satis factory results for all throat and lung complaints as this great cough medicine A R Fisher Cioverport R AShellman Stephensport Gordon A Haynes Pates ville E A Will Hardinsburg BIG SPRING SAVE OUR LIFE Do Not Neglect the Kidneys and Bladder Disorder of these important organs causes Rrighta disease rheumatism pain in the back dropsy and other troubles Disease soiiftimes gets a hold upon your kidneys and bladder before you realize that anything serious is the matter Often tin cm organs pre neglected until that awful malady llrights disease bos fastened upon you and death awaits its Many miraculous cures iiave victim been wrought by a course of treatment with Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These tablets are put up in the shape of a kid- Â¬ ney bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ nounced by the best physicians of modern times to be the most direct in action on the kidneys of any remedy known to medical science You can eat these tab- Â¬ lets as you would candy Send for free booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all druggists or sent on receipt of price CO cents and 1 D N 0 Davis Frankfort Ind Â¬ The Cuban question and KlitIcal Issues sink into insignificance with the man who sullen from piles What he most desires a relief DeWitfe Witch Hazel Salve cures piles Short A Haynes GLENDEANE Vernon Hunter of McDanlels was here Tuesday Miss Irene lioard spent Wednesday night at Glendeane Mr W I Owen has gone back to the mountainu to spend the summer Jrof J II Pile left Saturday to attend school but bad not decided where Miss Iutie Moorman has gune to Louisville to have tier throat treated Little John and Willis Dean of Owens boro are visiting their grandfather Mr Johnson Dean Miss Kay Ilujser who lias been visit Â¬ ing here returned to iter home at Clov erport Friday Mr 111 Heusley of Hardinsburg was here last week for the first time in eight years he says Miss Ada Maxwell left Saturday for Union Star where she will visit relatives for some weeks Quite a crowd wont from this place Sunday to hoar the Hev Hlackiuond Davidson preach Mrs W It Moorman and little daugh ter Sarah Dean went to Millwood Wed Â¬ nesday to visit relatives Mr and Mrs Fred Ffz of Hender son got oh the trala here Friday to go home after being at McDantela several day Â¬ Mr Jacobs has returned to Louisville Mr 11 Meyer is in Louisville this week Ben Clarkson Jr was in Louisville last week The rain Sunday morningjdisappointed quite a number W II Doran and John Meador were in ixniiaville last week Guy Meador is visiting friends at Ce- Â¬ cilia and Elizabethtown John Morris attended the CommenceFREEDOM ment at Lyman last Thurday MiaaZeluia Strother attended Child Â¬ Wheat harvest is close at hand rens Day at Bewleyville last Sunday Dave Sutton is still on the sick list Harry Jenkins of Glendale was the Tho farmers are busy plowing corn guest of Miss Ruby Miller last Sunday R M Davis has been having chills for Mr Jess Horrel of Cecilia was the guest of Miss Daisy Meador last Sun- Â¬ the post week day A nice shower would be very accepta- Â¬ ble at present Miss Mollie Board of Constantino was the guest of Mrs E W Jones last B T Fowler attended church at Hat week dlnsburg last Sunday Foster Lyons Jr of Irvington was George Bruington was the guest of the guest of MIbs Hortense Miller last Mies Millie Fowler last Sunday Sunday Mrs Dick Davis was the guest of G T Dr Strother and Miss Georgia Unsel Hook aud family last Wednesday were the guest of Miss Etta Gross Ver Ed Hook in company with his best tress last Sunday Meesrs Combs and Perry of Eliza- Â¬ bethtown were here and bought Beveral horses last week paying good prices Miss Wlllieble Moorman who has been away visiting relatives for several weeks returned home Friday Those who havo never had Blood Poi- Â¬ Miss Amelia Wolf of Louisville re- Â¬ son can not know what a desperato con- Â¬ turned home Tuesday after spending a dition it can produce This terrible week with her sister Mrs Meyer disease which tho doctors are totally Mr Chambers of Louisville and Mr unable to cure is communicated from Tom Hastings of Elizabethtown were one generation to another Inflicting its the guest of lien Clarkson Jr last Sat- Â¬ taint upon countless innocent ones Sonic yearn ago I was Inoculated with poison urday and Suuday by a nursowho Infected my babe with blood taint Tliu little one was Rev Walton and daughter Miss Ora unequal to tuu strujptle are attending district conference at and Its Ufu was yielded tba fearful poison Litchfield and will visit relatives at up tosix lone years I suf For fered untold misery I Glasgow before returning was covered with sores and ulcers from head to Miss Lydia Clarkson was in Louisville foot and no language last week to attend her cousin Miss can express ray feelings long of woe during Fronlo Clarksons Commencement and years I had those best tho medical treatment Bat reception at Hampton College eral Dhvslciana aueces lively treated me but all Mr and Mrs John Gross Hbwesvalley vafosnwiiB to no purpose i no mer and Mr and Mis Fuller Gross of Ver cury and potash seemed to add fuel to the trees were here shopping last Friday awful dame which was devouring me I was advised by friends who had seen wonderful cures made by It to try Swifts Speclflo Wa and were the guests of Mr and Mrs II got two bottles and I felt hope again revive In my breast hope for health and happiness Meyer again I Improved from the start and a com Â¬ plete and perfect cure was the result BBB Mis Doran and daughter Miss Maud Is the only blood remedy which reaohes des Â¬ attended the Commencement at Lyman perate cases MbsT W Lis Montgomery Ala last Thursday and went from there to Of tho many blood remedies 8 S S Glendale where they will visit relatives is the only one which can reach doen for 10 days teated violent cases It never fails to euro perfectly and permanently tho Buokleai Arnica Salve Tub Burr Salvk in the world for Cuts most desperate oases which are beyoad tho reach of other remedies Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe-Â¬ ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and postlvely cures Piles or no pay re Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect Is ruBKLT vboktablx and Is the only satisfaction or money refunded Price blood remedy guaranteed to contain no mercury potash or other njliwal 25 cents per box For aale by Short A Valuable hooka walled free by Bwllt Ilaynea SfiMUla Company AtUato fewgta Â¬ girl Mlea Kate New by attended the decoration at Tar Fork cKurTiih last Sun Â¬ day Weather line and pteanant Rev Bozarth will till his regular ap Â¬ Harvest tlmo will soon be here pointment at this place next 8nnday T J Stith has purchased a now bind- Â¬ Ed Hook says that he had just about er as soon go to the Cnban war an to baich Mrs Frakes continues to visit relatives Rev G E Morris preached a very here interesting sermon atOlilton last Sun Â¬ M P Payne has bought a new Deerlng day binder Fd Hook and Milt Fowlor say that Miss Mattie Lee Moorman will return they are going to talk to thd girls when home this morning tboy get a little oldor Dr Strother was in attendance again A White Mark Sunday at Waveland Foleys Kidney Cure is a perfectly re- Â¬ T J Jolly attended the Sunday school liable preparation for all Kidney and Convention at Garflold Mr Clifford Paynewho always attends bladder diseases Tho proprietors of our Childrens Day was hero this tlmo this Great Medicine guarantee it or mon Â¬ Do they not deserve a refunded Jones Mercer and sister Mies Tedie ey A R Fisher Cioverport white mark were tho guests of Miss Blanche Jolly R A Shellman Stephensport Gordon Suuday A Haynes latesville E A Wilt Har-Â¬ Mrs It M Jolly aud children of Irv- Â¬ dinsburg ington mado a nice addition to our crowd Sunday LOOK OUT Misses Maude Adkisson and Eva Carrigan attended church hero Sunday Master Emery French is vory 111 at and dined at T J Jollys this writing Mr an J Mrs Geo Neff and children Mudam Rumor says there is to be a attended all the services Sunday and wedding soon were guests of this scribe to dinner Sam Dix of Roberts Bottom is very There were lota and lots of people ill at this writing here Sunday whose names and faces I do J 0 Stiff has been on the sick list for not know but I would like to shake the past few days say thank you for their bands and J C Stiff was the guest of Miss Llllio coming Wheeler last Sunday evening Mrs Charlie Fountalne and her four Willie Walls has some attractions In children of Arkansas arrived last Wed- Â¬ nesday and will spend the summer visit- Â¬ the Look Out neighborhood Mies Alta Crosacn was the guest of ing relatives In old Kentucky At pre- Â¬ sent she is with her parents Mr and Mrs Robert French last week Mrs T J Stith Miss Gertie P French expects to visit Our Childrens Day services Sunday a her sister Mrs I B Payne of Harned m were all our hearls could wish Evory right soon part was performed in an admirable way The farmers of this community have Quite a crowd were persent and all lost a great many of their hogs with seemed pleased This day is a red cholera letter one to us nlway Rev Sneed fills his regular appoint- Â¬ Our sympathy Is with Thos Cain this ment at Shiloh Saturday and Sunday morning because of the loss of his little night friend Daisy his father having sold her Mr and Mrs J II Canary spent the to Wm Basskett of Guston No more day with Mr and Mrs E French last will he enjoy pleasant rides with her Sunday but a good round cash sum of money is Misses Etta and Katie Haynes were a healing balm the guests of Mits Zelma Lay one even Â¬ Quite a number Big of Spring people ing last week attended the various services here in the Mrs H 8 English has been called to last few days Bro Walton and boys the bedside of her little grandson B F Mr and Mrs Ben Clarkson Mrs John Lacy of Hopkinsvllle Meadow Miss Ruth Kasey J Harned Mrs Frank Jolly and little son Wil- Â¬ Mr Penick the Sunday school Superin Â¬ son has been visiting her mother Mrs tendent aud A R Morris Nothing is nicer than to have a crowd J Haynes for the past two weeks Rev T G Fallon preached three come to your home place in a friendly kindly way and to enjoy looking into Interesting sermons at Roberts school the faces of those we love but scarcely house last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs I B Payne Harned ever see and seeing that we are not for- Â¬ gotten This pleasant feet alone often were the guests of their parents Mr and pays for tho trouble of that that enter- Mr E French last Saturday and Sun Â¬ day tains them Joe Miller the genial hnxterman still The Rev 8 K Breeding held Quarter- Â¬ ly Meeting services hero Saturday and makes his regular trips through Roberts Friday and Saturday he is Sunday for Bro Overton He did well Bottom and would make a No 1 Presiding alwaje loaded with produce Elder He with his wife and children 8 C P Jones Milesburg Pa writes leave this morning for District ConferI have used DeWitts Little Early ence at Leitcbfield Bro Breeding Risers ever since they were introduced makes friends where ever he goes here and must say I have never used any Gplden Rod pills in my family during forty yearn of house keeping that gave such satisfactory Who can fail to take advantage of this results as a laxative or cathartic Short offer Send 10 cents to us for a generous Haynes trial size or ask your druggist Ask for MARKET REPORTS Elys Cream Balm the roost positive catarrh cure Full s ze 50 cents rain and Stock Quotation For June 4 I suffered from catarrh of the worst New York neef rainlly 11 0OS12 00 extra mess kind ever since a boy and I never hoped 8 OOU 75 packed SO OOftlO 00 Cut wats for cure but Elys Cream Halm seems -P- IckUd bellies OWVfc pickled sbou to do even that Many acquaintances der 4c pickled hams 74i8c Lard have used it with excellent results Os Â¬ Western steam JO 43 Pork Old mess 11 704U2 23 car Oatrum 15 Warren Ave Chicago Hutter Western dslry 14Q17o cream ery Uai7c do factory liaise Cheese III BEWLEYVILLE - GEO- - YEAKELasa VWV lOo 4 JUNE - SPEGIALS 4 198 50 Tow Linen Suits nicely made good thing for hot weather Sizes 34 to 43 jWSt 5c 75 pes Lawns OrganÂ¬ 3c 100 pes Calicoes Come quick long 1 dies Crepe Mulls were sold at 10c and 15c as long as they last at above price 25 pairs window plete Hartshorn shades com- Â¬ with fixtures Lawns and Worth 5c wont last Worth double the price 0 Wnn hcrcra ilmnlrnnn nnH nil smmfT for our Specials from time to time Geo Yoakel llUrGo t tTTJ1 Brandenburg Ky s THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be Cured An Eminent New York Chemist and ScienÂ¬ ss tist Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers The distinguished New York chemist T A Slocutn demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute 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 of1 wast Â¬ ing away will send THREE FREE DOT TLBS all different of his New Discov-Â¬ eries to any afflicted reader of the IJhkck knuiikie Nkwh writing for them His New Scientific Treatment line cured thousands permanently by its timely use and he considers it a simple professional duty to Buffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure Scienco dally develops new wonders and this great chemist patiently experi Â¬ menting for years has produced results as beneficial to humanity as can bo claimed by any modern genius His as- Â¬ sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ tion are curable in any climate is proven by heartfelt letters of gratitude died in his American and European laborator ics in thousands from thoso cured in all parte of the world Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ chial chest aud lung troubles lead to Consumption which uninterrupted means speedy and certain death Simply write to T A Slocum M 0 08 Pine street New York giving post office and exnress address and tho free medicine will be promptly sent Suffer- Â¬ ers should take inBtant advantage of his generous proposition Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer iu the Breckknuidok News Â¬ Baraums Circuss Is not more attractive thanjhe display of fine Dress Goods and Millinery Wo havn those fabrics that nro adapted to tho season light airy cool comfortable clothes that add to tho health happiness and good looks of the wearer and please the eye of the beholder Now dont think that because our store In our store J 3 Is Here at Big Spring w That wo cant give you as nice a selection wuure of goods as yon will find else- e can near uiobi piawB in me variety oi our block nnu we excel iv all other places in the reasonableness of our prices Besides Millinery and Dry Goods we sell Groceries Clothing Boots and Shoes and all articles handled in a general store 1 YOUNG MEN Call and Examine Â¬ WEBSTER Childrens Day here next Sunday J 0 Pate June Fishing in Sinking creek was fine last week Born to the wife of a girl 2 Our Line of Neckwear and ilBillllllllllllBV Â¬ State large 8H86c gm ogovic pHrt skims SUftOKc full skims 2l3c Lggs State and Pennsylvania U12c western fresh lie Wheat Corn 40c Oats 87Mc 32a Itye 07c 0 00 Chicago 4 00Q5 35 Cattle Beeves cows and heifers 2 50414 CO Texas steers 3 303 4 6024 75 4 70 western stockers and feeders 4 WO 00 4 3034 65 roughs com Hogs Yorkers 8 1534 CO in on to good mediums uud 4 30 pigs heavies 3 U0Q4 00 Sheep and Lambs Choice sheep 4 25g 4 204 40 5 tO fair common 3 25U 4 10 exports 3 00 choice lambs 4 COM Wneat nye 40c 1 Dud Carter Is now one of Uncle Sams soldiers Jas Minor Stephensport was here last week Fed Moorman Owensboro was here Sunday The colored population had a ball on Silver Heights Saturday night Mrs T J Compton went to Hardint burg Saturday to visit relatives Tho program for Childrens Day here will be completed before church servicer Leon McGavock stopped over here one day last week to visit his brother John Ed Adams Cioverport visited here Sunday and was accompanied home by Miss Mattio Knott II L Kurtz attended the County Sunday-school Convention at Garfield and reported a pleasant time Mies Myra Hanks Cioverport visited Mis Jno Lyddan last week and attend- Â¬ ed the entertalnmemt at Mt Merino Furnishing Goods eg Prices are the Levers That Move Our Stock JACOB MEYER 1 KY J SBismismii GREAT REMOVAL SALE 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 PRODUCE TAKEN BIG SPRING 4 I K aMTfl ZMniMX 12 Corn 32c Oats SSUc DM Pittsburg Cattle Choice 5 10Q5 15 good 5 003 tidy butchers 4 7Bfi4 85 fair 4 40 4 OOQ4 SO 64 G5 common heifers 3 00 14 40 bulls stags and cows 2 2534 10 fresh cows 20O 4 Hogs Yorkers 8324 40 mediums CO 4 fair 4 00 grassers 3 10 4 1C4 20 3 15 heavy rough 2 H3 5 10 The Leading Specialists of America KiKi IN OHIO CURED 20 YEARS 250000 Sacrificed to Blood Poison 44 VYCCURE EMISSIONS Nothlnc can bo mora demarallilnir to young or mlddle axed men than the pres Â¬ They ence of theso nightly loiscs produco wcaknou nerrouioeu a feeling of dliguet and n whole trel n ot symptoms rnoy unni a man lor uuiineo marnoa No matter life and social happiness whether caused by evil habits in youth Batumi weakneisor sexual cxecues our Mew Method Treatment will poiltlvely euro you pigs 3 704 00 Bheep Choice 4 0534 10 good 4 IS fair 3 8534 00 common m CO lambs 4 Oagg 00 3 CO 4 3 25 03 Â¬ UuSkl 4 354 05 Butchers shipping 5 OOQS 23 good C534 00 best steers 3 254W 23 stockers and cows and heifers feeders 4 00Q5 00 4 30Q4 35 Hogs Yorkers roughs com mou to good 3 85Q4 15 mediums and 4 00114 10 4 43 pig heavies 4 23 Hluip and Lambs Hlieep extra 4 30 good prime 5 OCuO 10 common 5 4155 DO 3 003 CO choice lambs Cleveland Hogs Yorkers and light 4 20 mediums and heavies 4 20 stsgs and roughs 2 75 Cattle 4 NO CURE Ucailor you NO PAY Early abuts or later etcexoj may have weakened you iSXDOfurfi mar navo dlicaMMl tou iou are not rafe till eurod Our New Method will euro you You run no riik You are iale feeble and haggard nervous IrrlUblo and ex Â¬ citable Yoi bocoina forgetful moroe and deipondent blotehcs and pimples sunken eyes wrinkled face stooping form and downcast countenanco reveal tho ullgut of your cxlttence iiiej help if HIGHEST MRKET PRICE m 250000 Vounir Stan CURED SHELMAN Irvingon Ky BITS OF NEWS Some of the Things That Interest Hancock Folks llawNvillarlalnilesler CO f3 CO Hheep aud Lambs lambs 3 80fl5 10 Bbeep 3 0034 CO J4 25 cows and bullse Cattle Steers 3 B5Q4 73 heifers 1 0OQ3 05 3 23 E WE CURE VARICOCELE No matter hoir rcrlous your caso may be or how Inns you roar hare had It our KfeW MKTU0D UlilJATMtSNT Hill euro It Tba wormy veins return to tneir normal conuitioa anij nenco inii axual nnmn raetvA tirdfier nourish incnt Tho organs boooino vitaliied all I unnatural drains or loesei ceaie and manly lowers return No temporary benefit liut a permanent euro aMiireil NO CUHU NO PAY NO OlKHA NO DKTEN TION NIMUSSAUY TiON FUOSI llUBINESS Â¬ Clncluuatl Wheat No 2 red 1 05 Corn No 3 mixed 35c Oats No 2 mixed 27c Itye 50c Lard 3 85 Bulk meats 0 10 Bscon -- 7 00 Cattle 2 75Q0 00 Iogs 3 30ft4 30 Bheep 3 704 00 Boston X and above 23a Wool Ohio fleeces 20c XX and above 20Q30c delaine 30 No 1 combing 30c No a combing 20c compel farmers to build new cribs Oils is fluo and tho earth fairly groans under tho crop of wheat slock looks well and the hog crop will bo immense Taken all in all our farmers will be paid big for every exertion put forth ii CURES GUARANTEED We treat and euro HYlltlLlH OLKRT KMIBMONH IMlOTHNUY RTIUUTIiHK VAUIUOOKLK BKMlI NAIi LOBdliS llLADDKU AND K1U NKY UiteaMS 00 NHULTAT10N lHKK HOOKS VUltfe CIIAHOKB MOimiUTK If unable to call write for a OlIhSTrON J1LAN1C for llOMK TIIBATMKNT Bye Wbeat 40c Butter 1 Toledo Corn 34J4a 12 3 23 Clovereed Oats 23U 17c Kggs ttaltliaurs rress Vancy 11W creamery SSSrrBlood BplMdld has been had in casea of colic diarrhoea etc by using Dr OaltJ wells Syrpp Pep Â¬ sin Aaa household remedy for such troubles it ia invaluable Buy a 10c trial pottle and you are bound to beoeavlnced To U had of Otuw 0 MaUa 8hs Kennedys im DWiU vw K erg an I 122 W FOURTH ST CINOINNATI O r Witch Hazl Salve imitim1 sms vtmss The wheat and grats crops in this county are better than ever known and the beauty of the business Ip every fel- Â¬ low has a crop Mr A lloeenblatt who lost his store by Ore at Ilitcavillo haa about settlrd with his creditors and will open again in a short time Pat Mason a young man living a few miles back of town has secured a patent on a repeattlng pistol and has been of Â¬ fered a fortune for it It la said to be a superior weapon Corn ia growing rapidly and aa a gon ral thing clean and g good mmwob will A Peouliar Caie Lodibvimv KvMay 24 1808 Mrs II Krapp at 331 K Market St this city states that her little daughter hail a very peculiar nao She would he takoH with feyer at certain times in the day and this would he followed by chill The physician Bald It was caused by teething but later on n painful swelling came under her chin Slio began taking Hoods Saraaparllla and her trouble disappeared in a short time She ha had none of these attacks since tmmmmmmmmmmmmmiasmmmrmmmmmmmmmmm Otw Minute Cough Cure curaa That I wkat It was m4 Ut