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THE BRECKENRIDGrE NEWS V ALL THE NRWS THATS KIT TO PRINT VOL XXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 15 Royal makni th food par wbolesom and drilcloa 1898 NO 48 BATMIMUBA Four Marines Were Killed Guantanamo at Tfiere la a feelfhg of anxiety over tho possibility of an American attack upon People begin to Some Spanish ports talk of Santiago as a naval Sedan Tho press generally and public oplon are outspoken on the disagreeable news from tho Philippines bitterly blaming the remissness of the present govern- Â¬ ment witflout throwing the wholo re- Â¬ sponsibility upon It Public feeling though aroused Is displaying an ominous calmness wait Â¬ ing to know the worst but when that Is known there will bo developments SITUATION VEBY QBAVE Succeed In Stirring Dp the Philippine Insurgent Madrid Juno 9 Captain General August under date of Manilla June 3 has sent tho government tho following communication which is published here Tho situation is very grave Aguln aldo haB succeeded In stirring up tho country and the telegraph lines and railways are being cut I am without communication with the provinces Tho province of Cavlte has completely rebelled and the towns and villages aro occupied by numerous bands A Spanish column defends the Za pote line to prevent tho enemy from invading tho province of Manilla but Agulnalilo ho fno ho w ATTACKED BY GUERRILLAS The Fight Continued Fiercely For Thirteen Hours fr POWDER Absolutely Pure royal ukiiki rowcen eo new tokk VOLLEYS FIRED BY AMERICANS Spaniards Made a Charge But Were Driven Back fe YANKEE Off Guantanamo BULLETS WERE TOO HOT hanTI r l Kv i I ft- - If Ik i w Cuba Juno 13 Tho battalion of marines under Lieutenant Colonel H W Huntington which land cd from the transport Panther on Fri Â¬ day and encamped on the hill guarding the abandoned cable station at tho entrance to the outer harbor of Guan Â¬ tanamo has been engaged in beating off a bush attack by Spanish guerillas and regulars since 3 oclock Saturday afternoon Te fighting was almost continuous forT3 hours until 6 oclock Sunday morning when reinforcements wero landed from the Marblehead Four Americans were killed and ono wounded Tho advance pickets under Lieutenants Neville and Shaw are un- Â¬ accounted for Among the killed Is Assistant Sur- Â¬ geon John Blair Gibbons of New York Ho entered the service since tho war begun He was a very popular officer The others killed are Sergeant Charles H Smith of Smaljwood Pri Â¬ vate William Dunphy of Gloucester Mass and Private James McColgan of Stoneham Mass Corporal Glass was accidentally wounded In the head The Spanish loss Is unknown but It was probably considerable The splashes of blood found at day- Â¬ light at the positions the Spaniards occupied indicates fatalities but their comrades carried off the killed and wounded Tho engagement began with desul- Â¬ tory firing at the pickets a thousand yards inland from the camp Captain Spicers company was doing guard duty and was driven In finally rallying on the camp and repulsing the enemy at 5 oclock VThe bodies of Privates McColgan and Dunphy were found both shot In tho head Tho largo cavities caused by the bullets which inside a range of 500 yards have a rotary motion indicates that tho victims were killed at closo range Tho bodies were stripped of shoes hats and cartridgo belts and horribly mutilated with machetes Shortly after midnight catno tho Tho Spaniards made a main attack gallant charge up the southwest slope but were met by repeated volleys from the main body and broke before they were one third of the way up the hill but thex camo so close that at points Beamti - strug Â¬ revolvers Tho attacks were continued at in- Â¬ tervals throughout tho rest of the night with firing from small squads In various directions Toward morning tho flro slackened Dawn is the favorite time for attack and as the cast paled the marines lying on their guns were aroused Some wero actually asleep as they had had no rest for 48 hours and tired na- Â¬ ture could no longer stand the strain Dut no attack came Three new 12 pound field guns which could not be used during tho night for fear of hitting our own men shelled several squads of Spaniards after day Â¬ light They dovo Into the bushes like prairie dogs into burrows as the shellB broke over them in the gray dawn Rome June 13 Owing to the serious news from the Philippines the pope wired tho queen regent of Spain plac- Â¬ ing his services at her disposal If she considered that the time had arrived for tho Intervention of the powers In favor of Spain London June 13 The Dally Tele Â¬ graph very significantly says editor- Â¬ ially We learn from an exceptionally well Informed sourco that communica- Â¬ tions aro passing between Vienna Paris Berlin and St Petersburg on the question of Intervention between Spain and America It Is said that Emperor Francis Joseph has taken the initiative SPAIN HOWEVER MUST FACE THE SITUATION SQUARELY CUBA AND PORTO RICO WILL OBTAIN IN- Â¬ DEPENDENCE AND IN ALL PROBA Â¬ BILITY THE UNITED STATES WILL RETAIN THE PHILIPPINES AS SE- Â¬ FOR THE INDEMNITY CURITY WHICH IS NOT LIKELY TO BE PAID FOR MANY YEARS BADLY SOABED Gpnnlih WumliljM Keported Near Cape Henry to wasalmolt tld The officers tfhanutheir gle used As 8oonntflt was reported that the enemys warships had been sighted there was great activity at the fort Tho big searchlight began to sweep the bay and signals wero flashed to tho cruiser Minneapolis auxiliary cruiser Dixie and dynamite cruiser Buffalo which aro anchored off Old Point Quarters were sounded and the crews hastily prepared the ships for action Tho gun tier 8 took positions at their posts where they were ordered to re- Â¬ main during the night Tho ships searchlights wero kept playing on the waters In tho fort ammunition was hur- Â¬ ried to tho big guns and tho troops ordered to ther posts Some of the officers wero with their families at the hotels and buglers wero dispatched for them The men scurried out of the hotels half dressed and hastened to the fort In the camp of the Maryland troops orders were given for tho men to sleep in their clothes with their guns close by Considerable excitement ensued among the civilians and some uneas Â¬ iness was apparent among tho guests of tho hotels At 230 a m there were no new developments A dispatch that camo from Wash Â¬ ington stating that one of tho vessels seeji was probably a German freighter had a tendency to allay the excite- Â¬ ment among the guests at the hotels but the officers did not relax their vigil- Â¬ ance hilltops but tlfelr fTTing was excellent Prorlous to the bombardment orders rcro Issued to prevent firing on Morro castle as tho American admiral had been Informed that Lieutenant Hobson and the ojher prisoners of tho Mcrrl mac tro confined there In splto of this howover several stray shots dam Â¬ aged Morro castle somewhat Commodore Schleys lino moved ciosor tnshore fKng at short range The Brooklyn and Texas caused wild havoc among the Spanish shore bat Â¬ teries quickly silencing them While the larger ships wero engag Â¬ ing the heavy batteries tho Suwance and tho Vixen closed with the small Inshore battery opposite them raining rapid fire shots upon It and quickly placing the battery out of the fight The Brooklyn closed to 800 yards and then the destruction by her guns and those of the Marblehead and Texas was really awful In a few minutes the woodwork of Estrclla fort was burning and the battery was silenced firing fo more during the engagement East Â¬ ward tho New York andIew Orleans Bllenccd the Cavo batteryln quick or- Â¬ der nnd then shelled the earthworks located higher up Later tho practlco was not so ac Â¬ curate owing to tho elevation of the guns Many of tho shells however landed and tho Spanish gunners re- - OASTORIA Tha Kind You Haw Always Bought Fort Monroe Va June 11 Intense excitement was caused at Fort Monroe shortly after 9 p m by a dispatch re- Â¬ ceived from the signal station at Capo Henry stating that Spanish warships wero lurking In that vicinity A short while later a message was received from Washington instructing tho commandant of the fort Reports as to the number of ships seem to conflict A lieutenant who was Been after midnight said he had been informed that a Spanish battleship two cruisers and a torpedo boat had been caught under the searchlight of Cape Henry steaming from a north- Â¬ erly direction IN HEB DISTRESS Spain li AbhIii Karuetlr Pleading With the 1owers Madrid June 10 Spain is approach- Â¬ ing the powers with a view of obtain- Â¬ ing an honorable peace The cabinet council authorized Duke Almodovar do Rio to expedite diplomatic action and In consequence the duke Is conferring with the ambassadors and ministers In Madrid Instructions have been telegraphed to the Spanish minister In Vienna and orders likewise given to Senor Agera the under secretary of state to pro- Â¬ ceed at onco to the Austrian capital Spain Is unquestionably looking to Austria for assistance In her distress Probably Captain General Augustl will be ordered to make the best terms he can with Admiral Dewey A minister says if reinforcements were on their way to the Philippines Augustl would be ordered to hold out to tho last but as thoy were not Augustl would accept according to circumstance The message to tho government from General Augustl was held back and It Is alleged will bo greatly toned down It has aroused tho national anger for the Spanish cling to the Philip- Â¬ pines though they aro ready enough to abandon Cuba which Is regarded as a monster that yearly devours the youth of Spain Clearly there Is no alternative but a surrender to Dewey The government seems unable to take a resolution but drifts and hopes something will turn un DeWitts Little Early Risers The Umout little pllli uuvUH Laglna and Moron so that Manilla KnT Shortly after 9 the firing ceased the warships turning In order to permit the thus be attacked by land and sea Tho firing I am striving to raise the courage use of the port batteries of tho Inhabitants and will oxhaust then becamo a long reverberating crash every means of resistance but I dis- Â¬ of thunder and tho shells raked tho trust tho natives and tho volunteers Spanish batteries with terrible effect becauso there have already been many Fire broke out In tho Catallna fort and desertions Bacor and Imus have al Â¬ silenced the Spanish guns The firing of the fleet continued until ready been seized by tho enemy Tho Insurrection has reached great 10 oclock when the Spanish Are ceased proportions and It I can not count up- Â¬ entirely and Rear Admiral Sampson on tho support of the country the forces hoisted tho cease firing signal After the fleet had retired the Span at my disposal will not suffice to hold lards returned to some of their guns tho ground against two enemies and sent 12 shells after the fleet But no one was Injured rORTBBlLENOED Throughout tho engagement no The American Fleet Doe Some Work American ship was hit and no Ameri- Â¬ at Santiago If the Spaniards Santiago do Cuba June 8 The can was Injured - morning en- Â¬ stuck to their guns and all evidence Is American fleet Mondaygaged the Spanish batteries defending to tho contrary their loss must have the entranco to the harbor of Santiago been heavy do Cuba and after a three hours bom- Â¬ BIG SPRING bardment silenced all tho forts de- Â¬ stroyed several earthworks and ren- Â¬ dered tho Estrella and Carvo batter- Â¬ Miss Georgia Unsol of Louisville is ies tho two principal fortifications visiting friends here useless Mr A K Morris attended district Tho fleet formed In doublo column six miles off Morro castle at G oclock Conference at Leitchfipld in tho morning and steamed slowly Miss Mattie Moorman of Owensboro 3000 yards off shoro tho Brooklyn is here visiting relatives loading followed by the Marblehead Mies Abhie Medley has returned from Texas and Massachusetts and turned Louisville where alio was visiting rela Â¬ westward The second line tho NewYork lead- Â¬ tives Mr Lyle Casoy and bride of Owens- Â¬ ing with the New Orleans Yankee Iowa and Oregon following turned boro were here last wek visiting rela- Â¬ The Vixen and Suwanee tives eastward were far out on the left flank watching Mr Kit Martin and wife visited their the riflemen on shore The Dolphin daughter Mrs Trent on the Plains last duty on the and Porter did similar Sunday right flank Miss Lilly Glarkson has returned from Tho lino headed by the New York attacked the new earthworks near Mor- Â¬ Brandenburg where she has been visit ro castle Tho Brooklyn column took ing friends up a station opposite the Estrella and Miss Dony Corby of Vino Grove was Catallna batteries and the new earth- Â¬ here last Sunday the guest of her sister along the shore works Mrs Joe Medley The Spanish batteries remained si- Â¬ lent It Is doubtful whether the Span Â¬ Mr Huff of Vino Grove was here iards were able to determine the char- Â¬ last Thursday eve the guest of Mies acter of the movement owing to the Mattie Moorman dense fog and heavy rain It is rumored that about the eighth of Suddenly the Iowa fired a 12 inch September three of our young ladies will shell which struck the base of tho Es Â¬ be led to the Hymeneal Altar trella battery and tore up tho works One of our young ladies is very much Instantly firing began from both Rear Sampsons and Commodore grieved because her best beau has Joined Admiral Schleys columns and a torrent of the Louisville Legion and has gone to shells from the ships fell upon tho light Spain Spanish works Steine Messrs Morris Jacob and The Spaniards replied promptly but of Louisville were here last week tho their artillery work was of a very poor guest of Mr Meyer Mr Steine returned quality and most of their shots went Mr Jacob will to Louisville Monday wide Smoke settled around tho ships remain several weeks In dense clouds rendering nccurato aiming difficult There was no maneu- Â¬ One Minute Cough Cure is the best vering of the fleet the ships remaining at their original stations and firing preparation I have over sold or used and LM I cant Bay to much in praise steadily Tho squadrons were so closo Inshore Kennon Merchant Odell Ga Short that it was difficult for tho American Haynos nnvntrf ui itdzl ho batteries on tho rmnrtari thpAliifh Tlitlonnn JfflireU Â¬ their own plans and pursuits and inter Â¬ ests It is wonderful and we must ex- Â¬ claim with the late lamented Bellamy in liis great work Looking Backward From the Classic Mills of BranSelfishness is the end of the Nineteenth Century But let us not forget that denburg Bomo unselfish hearts still throb and are recognized as noblo in tho sight of God Ths News and Views or an Accomplished and man Mr Ephralm Wimp ono of our oldest Writer and most highly esteemed citizens whose WHAT MRS HAS TO SAY illness was mentioned in this column dRINNELL last week died June Cth after a painful illness of eoveral weeks He was entire Â¬ Mrs Hesadk ia at home from Leitch Â¬ ly resigned and was surrounded by all field his children in his moments He had Dr J M Hardin is absent on a pro- Â¬ lod a useful uprigh correct life lie was fessional tour kind and affectionate in lis family con- Â¬ Miss Olaro Wimp of Ekron is visiting servative and reasonable with all His Miss Lula Woolfolk remains wero interred in Brandenburg The Spanish American war has made cemetery Wo all oxtond sympathy people review their geograpy Ex Senator W B Hayward of Ellza Buy your tickets now for Sam Jones bothtown lectured last Friday night lecture hero July 2nd at night before the Ciceronian Society of Bran- Â¬ Senator Hayward denburg Normal Mr and Mrs Redman of Irvingtor will visit Miss Ella liendrick this week was at one time president of Salem Col- Â¬ forty MisflfiajgivtawfuuitMrB Mclntires lege at Garnettavllle and has for years been n leading light in educational movements He has taught in many states at first class institutions and Miss EyuiiVieyClark8on of Big His alwayB with pronounced succees Spring visited Mrs W D IiowriPl last lecture abounded in rich beautiful ideaa week brought out and clothed in brilliant A good many from adjacent towns language Much that ho presented was were at the contest whose names I did tender and patlietic and all that brought not catch before us abounded in stern facts and Mrs Chas Cnsperke was called to potent truths He is physically weak at Louisville last week by tho deatli of her his advanced Bgebut the casket contains sisters husband the same fervent enthusiastic spirit and Theres nothing in all this wide wide the fires of loyalty to country and educa- Â¬ world as beautilul and attractive aa a tion Btill burn brightly on tho altar sweet innocent girl The oratorical contest by the Brandon Mr Burton will entertain the gradu Â¬ burg Normal last Saturday night was a ates of Vine Grovo Academy at Grayson most pleasant occasion There wero Springs next Saturday twelve contestants who each and all did Miss Florence Cain came up to attend well reflecting great credit upon Mr A tho oratorical contest and was the guest C Burton as their instructor Otter of MissGeorgie Helmstetter received first Iteesor of Muldraugh Frauk Malin is here from Owensboro honor for gracefulness articulation and expression the three requsitea in con- Â¬ to enjoy the school entertainments Tho girls are all glad to seo Frank once sideration and proudly wears the medal Miss Ten Hamilton came in ior second more Miss Eula Sonos is with her graud honor but there was no priz9 offered parents Mr and Mrs Sanders to attend She was only one third behind in gener- Â¬ the closing exercises of the Brandenburg al average with Otter Misses Minnio Bland Mabel Simmons Beulah Fontaine Normal Htz Reezor came down from Mul Mabel Hardin and Lena Novitt rendered The little draugh for contest Saturday night nnd pleasing vocal selections was much gratified over his sou Otter girls Flora and Fannio Nevitt Hattie Grinnell and Mary Richardson sang a receiving the medal Miss Daisy Mclntire played Lullaby The popular firm D H Baldwin Co She has an and sang most brilliantly shipped mo an elegant upright piano for artistic touch and a cultivated voice the musical program at the oratorical Tho house was packed but excellent contest It is in Mrs Dr Burcha house order and rapt attention was in evidence for trial Miss Mary Taylor played the opening IurrayI May song and other accompaniments in her Heres to niulVix the illustrious name never grow less I smooth graceful style May he ever prove that contrary to Chauncey Delew may admire Mrs Shakespeares yiew there is something Langtry for no doubt the Jereey Lily in a name is charming but when it comes to bis Tho atmosphere has been and is yet opinions about our foreign possessions of swoeteet redolent with tho perfume hes a little off in our opinion Wo flowers lovely girls pretty dresses Bolt want tho acquisition of Iorto Rico we 1b a music light and happy hearts It want Hawaii annexed plus tho Fhllli time for memory but not for tears till pine Islands last we must free Cuba come after commencement the farewells We want to increase our navy to at least night double its size We want a big standing Miss Eiizebeth M Hilt will graduate army in fact as a great nation no pro- Â¬ tomorrow Thursday from the Louis pose to rank witli tho very greatest in ville City Hospital Training School for every point We want American devenurses I have received an invitation lopment to press ahead without consult- Â¬ from Lizzie to be present Miss Hilf is ing any other nation on earth We from near Woodland Meade county and want all wo can got and keep it unless I remember her as a sweet gentle girl well paid for it Wo never went into well cultured to minister in tho sick this war but for one purposo freedom of room Cuba but once in it wo must take and Our boys played ball with the Fon follow the paths found as we traversed Bad boys I the devious windings Now let us not taine Fields last Sunday some only free Cuba but Poto Rico the Phil to desecrate the Sabbath thus one who is very orthodox ia ready to ex- Â¬ lipine Islands from tho same galling claim Let us look around and see if fetters and then make rules for the we can draw tho line between Sunday government of those lands as their ball games or walking or riding of skill nation deems best without any dictating riding or wordly gossip it is all at last and suggestions from foreign powers If worldly 1 Bee no difference in people Mr Delew dont like it a little bit he can myself we aro all out to suit ourselves make after dinner speeches across the pond How few very few psople aro really courteous and considerate How One Minute Cough Cure cures kind wrapped up instead aro most humans in That li what It was made for LIVELY GOSSIP Â¬ I ifl i Â¬ Â¬ KEEP TH -- COOL Church HON DAVID R AND BE HAPPY r FDR A DAY t MEMBERS OF St Roses -- v WILL GIVE A BARBECUE AND 4gfs Vs There will be plenty of Refreshments Music Dancing and out door sports to help beguile the hours in a happy manner The woods are shady and cool a breeze is always stirring and the absence of ohiggers ticks and mosquito re moves every ezouse to stay away A PATRIOTIC SPEECH will be made by MURRAY If he is not in Cuba fighting his countrys battles Therell be more fun than at an old fashioned circus Be neighborly and chum with us for a day Forget your troubles and help share out joy We assure everybody a cordial welcome and will give our visitors the lions share out of the skillet of pleasure AT CLOVERPORT SATURDAY JULY 2 1898 WtW ifTrTj 0HB BRHOKENRIDOR NRW8 WARLIKE PERSONAL MENTION Felix Elder went to Cannelton Tuesday Hoy Yager of Ladrange came to this city Sit rv OlkOinBM3P0tVt9 miEA T CROP AND PRICES An enormous wheat crop estimated at 800000000 bushels is looked for In this Im D 4 V 0 Biting Edllori tad FriprUtri country this year The high prices that i have prevailed increased the acreage from 10107000 in 1807 to 43510000 this WEDNESDAY JUNE 15 1898 your The prospects for an unprece Â¬ Warm Social Amcnetics At a dented yield has affected the price and Growler Party on Monday July wheat sold down to 80 This reduction In price has cento caused Europe to send in big orders and Peacemaker Sets What Hes Net Leaking Bad roads are unnecessary evils sho Is now nn extenslvo buyer Tho For worlds market is bare of the old crop Good roads promote good morals and a shortage of production In Europe TOWN OLD IN THE HOT TIME Good roads are the highways of will again give us dollar wheat progress but is the peacemaker Blessed FRANCE LEARNS A LESSON when ho starts to do his peacemaking ho exer- Â¬ A superficial glance at the new reci- Â¬ Goo roads are necessary to the cise ol hospitality procity treaty wllh France would lead should incase himself In armor plate one to bellevo that the United Stales especially if he exercises his peaceful This is Mn Weather Clerk are you In ca- Â¬ was a favored nation and that our mission at tho growler party the conclusion arrived at by Thomas Galliclan friend had gone out of his way hoots with the ice dealer to confer benefits upon us A knowledge Ityan A growler party was the high toned Dad roads isolate whole neighborhoods of the true condition of affairs however by and produce communities of social shows that France cut her nose to spite function that was participated in Ueniamlne Matttingly Thomas Ityan our face and the operation was a very hermits painful object lesson one that taught and Ben McQuadyon Saturday after- Â¬ Tiikrks consolation in the fact that her what has become apparent to the noon The scene of the event was In the while the Cadiz fleet is not yet bottled balance of tho Continent il poweis that country is tho commissary of Eu- Â¬ rear of the Bowmer building adjacent to this up it is getting ready to be rope The United states passed a tariff the river bank Bacchus was enthroned and his trio of compensations It is that increased the duty on French Tins war has its devotees pledged each others health in giving a great many people comprehen Â¬ argols wlno lees an alcoholic product parasols and art goods France in a many a bumper filled with the amber sive educations in geography peevish spirit of retaliation doubled the colored contents of a beer keg All went as merry as marriage I ells Admiral Dkwky has achieved the duty on American pork beef and grain until in a moment of mental exhilara Â¬ acme of greatness His biography has products actually needed by her people Up went prices her people begau to tion the party began to discuss the appeared in the latest encyclopedia As a grow hungry and bread riots started burning questions of the hour clashed and the is over the The French government saw its mistake result great minds When this cruel war contest that ensued would ghty Dons will wish that their fore- - acknowledged the corn and signed oratorical as their hind- - a leciprocity treaty by which she kind- Â¬ have caused Oicero to blush fcht had been as keen During the altercation Mattlngly and ly consented to receive our food pro Â¬ at-ducts that she could not go without McQuady questioned each others game A1I Europe as woll as France need us noss and a head end collision was Wcitr it not for the occasional excla Ryan the mutual friend of In their business We are to the Con Â¬ threatened shoo Uy dont bother met mation tinental nations what Egypt was to the combatants wanted to promote one would hardly know Unch Sam was Israel during the seven years of the lean good feeling and Intervened in the being worried by war kine Our exports of provisions for the quarrel He met with the usual fato of the past fiscal year were the greatest in our Tiikrk Is a haunting BUBpicion that the peacemaker AVe history aggregating 800000000 Louisville Times conception of home Mattlngly fired two Bhots at Kyan and sold the old world 1000000 worth of products is not comprehensive enough flour every working day In the year A tho latter returned the fire but both to include Kentucky asphalt larger consumption ol our com is also seemd to have taken lessons in pistol noticable It Is a fact that Europe is shooting from the Spaniards and no A iiawesville girl who wanted to post growing more and more dependent on us damage was done Ryan however was herself up on naval affairs in order that The American farmer is master of the not content to abide by the result of his she might understand the war news situation and when Johnny Crapeau or marksmanship and he hit Mattlngly purchased a copy of Ships That Pass in any other European rebels against the over the head with his weapon inflict Â¬ the Night power of our agriculturalists he hits ing several bruises and a flesh wound himself a blow in the Btomach When which were dressed by Dr Owen It b false economy to ship our raw the old world powers threaten to form an The combat attracted a large crowd material outside the borders of our state among them City Marshal Hall who to be converted into the manufactured all Europe combine to wage a commer- Â¬ cial war on all America we can laugh at arrested the principals in the affair product Kentucky needs manufactur- Â¬ They were both examined by Police their threats whilo we pity them in their ing enterprises Judge Skillman Saturday afternoon and impotence each were placed under 250 bond county has over a BnKCKENitmoK which they furnished A SONG OF LIFE quarter of a million dollars in her banks Their preliminay trial will take place and fewer calamity howlers than ever Interestingly Discussed by Cultured this afternoon before in her history Life is one grand Tho affair was a very unfortunate one Irvlngton Folks sweet Doxology here as the three young men implicated have The members of the B V R O held hitherto borne good reputations They It is estimated that the wheat fields ol an interesting meeting at the home of are honest and industrious and their this country will produce 700000000 Mrs Figgott June 3rd The lesson in A parents are the very best peoplo In the bushels of the cereal this year Verily Song of Life was discussed in an enjoya- Â¬ Balltown neighborhood tne Yankee nation hath her victories of ble manner An interesting feature of peace as well us of war the program was the relation of curious A NEW PRESS facts In the animal plant world It was Charley Dlankord is a sure enough decided to continue this feature at the And Hundreds or Pounds of New Type candidate for the Republican congres next meeting which will be with the Added to the Office sional nomination He evidently believes Misses Greenwood All June 17th there is truth in the saying that the early members who are interested in the cir- Â¬ What is undoubtedly the best mechan- Â¬ bird captures the worm culating library are asked to be present ical equipment of any country news- Â¬ The books have arrived and action must paper or job printing office in the Btate Stains queen regent has intimated be taken on the rules governing the of Kentucky is the one now attached to that she is ready to abdicate if it will library and ttiere must be a thorough this paper promote peace She seems to be pre- inspection of the books before a formal A new style pony Campbell cylinder paring for the fall that we are told fol- Â¬ opening press capable of turning out the finest lows close upon the heels of pride The program is as follows class of job work in the most rapid man Â¬ The htar Sprangled banner by th ctub will ner has been added to the job printing suffice for patriotic expression There has been a noticable decrease department as well as hundreds of A discussion of A bong ot Life from the in the war spirit in Kentucky since the pounds of the newest and latest job worlds cradle to end of book openiDgof the mint julep season Just Representative German women Including typ now the comforts of home seem more Maria Therese of Austria Miss Greenwood Mrs Cain enticing to the average colonel than the Women of ancient Germany Hambleton Pate Gems from Johanna Ainbrosius Miss Jolly pompaud circumstances of war 8unday June 5 was a day of Mrs 1ljrgolt Louise of Prussia Queen much pleasure and enjoyment The Answer to roll call with quotations about women Colonel Lum Simons as representative nuptials of Miss Maggie Hambleton of of the Barber Asphalt company has been No other preparation has ever done so Tar Springs and Mr Ernest Fate of hit on the solar plexus by the Louis- Â¬ many people bo much good as Hoods Clover Creek occurred at the beautiful ville council which failed to ratify the Sarsaparilla Americas Greatest Medi- country church known as Fisgah Chap asphalt contract Let them keep up the cine pel Rev Richards performed the cere- Â¬ good work by insisting that Kentucky mony Those in attendance were Misses asphalt be given a show Settle Fate Eflle Hambleton and Olara Welcome Visitor Messrs Mike Hendrick and Mrs Jennie Keith Lusk daughter of Miller The blood thirsty Howards and J E Keith of this city has moved to Allie Miller Immediately after the Bakers who are engaged in a fued in Odceola Arkansas Writing to the announcement of man and wife depart- Â¬ Clay county would prove themselves News she said Tho illustrated edition ed for the home of the brido where they The con- Â¬ patriots were they to leave Kentucky for of the News was a beauty and a joy were royally entertained Theres plenty of forevr I shall always keep mine Tiie tracting parties come from prominent Kentuckys good room in the array and it would be safer News is a very welcome visitor families of this county for them to fight Spaniards than each BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ENCOUNTER urday Clarence Daris of Irvlngton waa In the city Sat Â¬ urday John Lee machinist from Canuellon was In the city Saturday Dr iorrest Llghtfoot of Hawtsvllte was In the city Monday Father Ilrey went to Cannelton Tuesday on Im Â¬ portant business Mr and Mrs O P Carter were In the city yes Â¬ terday shopping Mrs 11 O Willis left Sunday night for Louis Â¬ ville She returned yesterday Mr and Mis Geo Hentley of Ilawetrille visit ed friends in this city Friday Miss Kate Sawyer Is the guest of Miss Alma Moredock at I ouiivllle this week Frof J II II Ixgan and wile ol llatdlnsburg visited friends In the city Saturday D II Severs claim agent of the Henderson Route came to the city Saturday M V Mtrlow of the Cincinnati Cooperage Company was In the city Monday Mrs Geo C Mason and child of Louisville are the guests olMrond Mrs Jarboe Mr C V Wllliums traveling Ireight agent of the Louisville Bvansville packet line Is In the city Dutch Moorman and Miss Lula L wis of Irving ton were registered at the lleyscr House Saturday Mrs Elvira Babbage spent a most pleasant day Monday at the home of Mr and Mrs G F Car- Â¬ ter fair It Is much easier io keep the hair when you have it than It is to re- Â¬ store its tost If your hatr it needs instant coming out is The use of AYERS attention uiiuwuiwuuuuuiJiuiuwuiiuwuuu GOOD NEWS From the Great Bargain Centers terest All the Ladies w Will In Â¬ SIX PAGES tthen Tim turtef frtaltmnn l1r nnrl fnitninlt w the most comfortable shoe that can be worn this season of the year is one that is soft nnil low cut Wo have them nt from to iBBBBaaV raaaaaaaV s Q 1 Saeaeaeft aiiB HAIR VIGOR will promptly stop the hair from fatting and stimulate it to new growth 1 to 2 Some years ago my hair began io fait out and I Became quite bald I was ad vised to Uy They are the famous Drew Selby Co make too What do you think of that Jw Â¬ i We have every design and finish in Tans nnd Black Shoes JJ By the Way MrsJulan Drown of Glendeane was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J C Mattlngly last and had used It but a week short time when my balr ceased io fait out MIssETie Ioston a bright charming Louisville and a new and blgor young lady Is the guest of Miss Elisabeth Skillman ous growth made Us ap at Cederwood Mm hair is BfATAnce It Sheldon Jarvis a prominent tobacconist of abundant and ndi Henderson was here Monday looking after his glossy L business Interests In this city HOS DUNN Ticket agent Boardman ol the Illinois Central RockvUle Wis road at Hnnderson was In the city Sunday the of Mils Anna Hambleton gveit Mrs M I Conway of Louisville has arrived In the city to be the guest of her aunt Mrs Amanda Klsher at the Fisher Homestead Mist Kathryne Henderson of Louisville who attended Mrs Dr F M Smlh while in that city at the Infirmary Is here visiting her Col Wash Holt with his cheery countenance was In the city Wednesday He reports a prosper- Â¬ ous condition of affairs In Holts bottom The Missis Margaret Skillman and Marion How mer who have been attending college at Oxford Ohio haye returned home for the summer Mrs Mike lopham and children and mother-in-laMrs Dephlna Pophtm lelt Saturday for Cedar Durlno the Past Week Whats Going on llranch Meade County to visit Mr and Mrs In the County Capital Thos Popham Messrs Eugene Iglehart of Evansville and W MATTERS CONFERENCE E Norvllle manager of the Cumberland Telephone METHODIST Company at Henderson were the guests ol the Misses llowmcr Sunday County court next Monday Miss Lottie Head of Hrndetson and Miss Anna Mr Miller the jeweler returned here Iglehart of Evansville who have been the guests of the Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Howmer re last week after an absence of seyeral turned to their homes Sunday weeks Miss Maymo Griffith alter a sojourn of several Claud Mercer Leo Miller and Lewis weeks in Oxford O arrived home Monday night Miss Laura Donnelly a West Virginia belle ac Â¬ Kincheloo three of our young men left companied her home to spend the summer last week to join the army Mr Edward Kledel a young man of sterling It looked like war among some of the qualities and a former home boy of this town was In the city yesterday He It associated with the women here last week when they learn- Â¬ Louisville Railway Company and has proven to be ed that their boys had Joined the army an efficient electrician Mrs Maud A Williams of AddiBon James Mattlngly a former citiieu of this place was here last week and qualified as who hat worked at a machinist In a number of dif-Â¬ guardian for her children in the county ferent cities in the past few years with his wife has returned to this city and they will make this court their permanent home Johnnie Kincheloe or It has been tritely said that Organdies aic the Flowers of Summer Dress The cost of these fabrics have been aflected by unfavorable weather and they can be bought cheaper in New York now than ever before This is a source of nrofit to vou and vou will realize this when we tell you that rff HAVE CUT PRICES ON ORGANDIES FROM 2 TO 5 CENTS PER YARD s25aeJl ITEMS OF INTEREST dinsburg Cloverports Leading One Price Store THE FAIR sent mmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmm town and A O Burton of Brandenburg will act as conductors The Juno examination for white teachers will be held here next Friday and Saturday If this examination is as hard as the last one tho applicants had better come pretty woll prepared I will be at Ilardinsburg with my gal- Â¬ lery June 7th for fifteen days This will be your last chance to have your photograph made Dont miss it you will find mo back of post office Wm J Mattlng Â¬ ly The big stave plant operated by the Cincinnati Cooperage company out near tho depot are running short of water They are compelled to haul a great deal from the cool spring some distance below the city A J Gross has executed a bond and directed an appeal to tho Court of Ap-Â¬ peals in the suit of the Breckenridge bank against him where a judgment was rendered against him last court for one thousand dollars A new telephone exchange has been put in this place and it is working much better than a former one that was tried Miss Francis McGary answers tho calls and she is proving to be a most efficeut and accommodating young lady for the business Â¬ That Have Transpired at Har The following persons were elect-Â¬ ed delegates to the Annual conference which meets in Louisville in September Mr Tabor of Hardin county Dr Slaton of Leitchfield Mr Coleman of Irving ton and V G Babbago The last Thursday and Friday in this month the examination and graduation in the common school course wil pj held in this city SuptDrlskwell desnd us to state that all those desiring to stand this examination will report here promptly at 8 iJO a m on the morning of said dates DELIGHTFUL PROGRAM Cele- Â¬ Childrens Day to be Appropriately brated ht Irvlngton Tho following is the pn gram arranged for the ChlldrenV D iy sciviro next Sun Â¬ day afternoon in i hu Mthodlst church at 2 30 oclock Mr aud Mrs II II Hawkins of Philadelphia were visitors in the oily several days thtt week Mr Hawkins is a Ureckenridge county boy and Is one ol the most successful clothing salesmen in the country He reports business to be Increasing SOME SUGGESTIONS That a Local Rooter Has to Make Would Lift the Lotevllles Also Ran List out or the Â¬ other AS TO QOOD JIOADS If we build good roads In this county we exhibit the progressiveness that is characteristic of a high type of civiliza- Â¬ tion We will demonstrate a spirit of phlloprogenltlvness by leaving to pos Â¬ terity the noble heritage of highways that will promoto a bitter social life create a better market and enhance property values Good roads create new wealth and add to the happiness of the community that possess them Like all other good things they cost money but the patriotic citizen does not consider a tax a hardship that will bring ten fold returns HA WAIIAN ANNEXA TION The United States are under moral obligations to annex Hawaii To fall to do so would be a dishonorable shirking We are responsible of responsibility birth of the Hawaiian republic for the Our protegee is a chip of the old block and It Is incumbent upon us to treat it as a legitimate child rather than a foundling The conditions that now obÂ¬ tain make it imperative that we enlarge our commerce and increase our trade Uy taking possession of territory Hawaii we strengthen our hold on the Fbilliplnea and make ourselves the dominant power in the Pacific The reasons for annexation are good and they meet the approval of the people The new Americanism that has m its slogan the workl U mine oyster demand that the star and stripe be hoisted over Hawaii iu a strategic move that will give us a claeb on the commerce of the Orient THE BANK Baby Mine Every mother feels an indesÂ¬ Mutt Pay Tribute to Whom Due Tribute It cribable dread of the pain and danger attend- Â¬ ant upon the most critical riod of her life pe- Â¬ its anticipation one of misery suffering and danger of the ordeal make mother should be a source of joy to all but the Becoming a According to the new war tax bill all banks are taxed on their capital stock The provisions of the tax compel the payment of 50 on the part of banks capitalized at 25000 and 2 par thous Â¬ and ou the amount in excess of that sum The Breckenridge Bank is capitalized at 45000 aud will have to pay 40 in taxes into Uncle Saras war chest May be Built A petition has been circulated during the past week for the opening of the pro- Â¬ posed road from this city to Balltown via The most enthusiastic base ball fan in the state of Kentucky is Emil Nolte of this city This is no exaggeration lie cannot help it as he was born that way Emiel is a hero worshipper but all heroes that are not connected with the diamond look alike to him When it comes to tolk on baseball matters he is a walking encyclopedia of information and his knowledge of the game and all associated with it is simply out of sight He is an ardent friend of the Colonels By the way he calls them the Lose vllles and you can tell by looking at his countenance whether his favorite team has won or lost The guys talking through his cha peau that says the colonels are a lot of cheap skates says he Theyve been playing in the toughest streak of luck that ever happened The Loulsvilles could be made a strong team if these changes would be made ho continued If I had the team I would get Jack Stivetts of Boston who could be had for Magee and put him on first base Id try Olingman on second baso and give Wagner a final trial on third his old position I would leave the outfield as it is and by all means I would secure a catcher that could catch as well as hit It would be a pretty good idea for Harry Pulliam to let Emil sub for him for awhile The chances are that the Colonels would get out of the also ran list Processional In the Klrgs Highway returned from Prayer Superintendent Mr A 11 Coleman Louisville last week where he has been Music The Childrens Jubi n Full Chorus attending the medical lectures the past Welcome Addicts Hubert Plggott Sciipture Headt g winter Itesponsive Address Nannie lee Jolly The wheat harvest is on and it is said Song Praise the lord Full Chorus to be a fine one A number of bit ders Recitation Little Roy Bland Itecltation Doing Our Uet have been sold in this and adjoining Mary Mossbargcr Song LitUe Birds ol Praise are We Primaries districts IUcitation Iluth Mossbarger Mary Smith The commencement exercises of the Deulah Drake Claire Jolly The directors of the B N College Breckenridge Normal college will be have sent a request to Rev Briggs of Song Woodland Echoes Rltty McGlothlan 5 girls held during the session of the County Owensboro to come here next month Recitation Have Vou Heard of Jesuit Song Branches of the Vina Little Girls Teachers Institute aud deliver the address at the com- Â¬ Recitations Roy Bland Ruth Mossbarger Joe Piggott Lamar Gardner Baxter Trank Irwin Ilichardson James Logan and mencement exercises The music for Robert Mooreman were examined last tho occasion will be of a very high Recitation Little Foxes and Little Hunters Hoys Saturday for an appointment to the A grade Song Garlands of Praise and M college at Lexington Ky Duet and Chotus with Recitations The District conference of the M Lena Simmons Two new book cases have been furn- Â¬ church South for the Elizabethtown dis- Recitation Song Praise the Chorus ished the county school superintendents trict held its session at Leitchfield last Recitation HannahJord Mother The office in which to place the books week Presiding Elder Overton was in Nannie Lee Jolly belonging to the teachers library Ola Smith the chair and Bey S K Breeding acted Solo Sweet Story Recitation Lifes Reckoning Annie Lee Bandy The County Teachers Institute will as Secretary The session was an interÂ¬ Paper Childrens Day Mary Aldrldge convene in the court house here July esting one and there was a good repre- Â¬ Penny Song Collection 18th Prof A R Thomas of Elizabeth- - sentation of preachers and laymen pre Song Farewell Shool Â¬ ADDISON DICKS TRADE JOURNAL ISSUED IN THE INTEREST OP OUR PATRONS VOL 1 ADDISON KENTUCKY You ask the secret of our success And why we do business on so grand a scale And our answer Is wa must confess By the small profit and quick sale NO 2 THE PRICE OF BINDER TWINE Is going heavenward like a sky rocket Wo knew It would end laid In n large sup ply before the advance In price Wo will treat you square and give you the benefit of our Judgment by selling you twine at a price that will save you one or two cents Â¬ on the pound ISNT THAT SQUARE Addison IIKUllMtMiMIIIMUimiiMHWUIMIUhllWHH MOTHERS FRIEND is women of the great pain and suf- Â¬ fering incident to maternity thid hour which is dreaded as womans the remedy which relieves severest trial is not only made painless but all the danger is re- Â¬ moved by its use Those who use this remedy are no longer de- Â¬ spondent or gloomy nervousness nausea and other distressing con- Â¬ ditions are avoided the system is made ready for the coming event and the serious accidents so com- Â¬ mon to the critical hour are obviated by the use of Mothers Friend It is a blessing to woman Drug-- Stores Tar Springs The paper has been signed by a majority of the property owner along the route and by a large number of people interested It looks as though the proposition will be a go this time and that the court will order tho road oper ed up It will be a boon to this end of the county lias Joined the Army According to a letter received by Mr W II Bowmer his nephow Victor Bowmer has enlisted in company O of the Louisville Legion and is now with that regiment at Ohicamaugua Fark Dick A lady stepped into our storo the other day and said Well I see we can not get any more war news from Washington Our Mr Dick asked Why Harvesting is at hand and those who She answered Hes dead need binder twine or harvest machinery The lady bought a nlco hammock be should call on us fore she left The big crops at Addison will make our farmers flourish like a green bay Summer millinery of the greatest var- Â¬ tree Add to this fact the knowledge iety and guaranteed to be fashionable at that we aro selling goods at the lowest Addison Dicks prices ever known in this section it can What Dewey did to the 8nanlartk Is be seen that our people will be in a po- Â¬ what we are doing to high prices sition to save money 1 KBBP COOL Buy your light Summer Underwear from us I LOCAL NEWS liar IWIUUIM JltWsWmUliiSJIMUW KBBP OOMFORTABLB1 Buy your Outing Clothes from us CATARRH A LOCAL Disease A CLIMATIC We sell everything from a pin to a thrashing machine We keep repairs for McOormlck vesting machinery Get Your KBBP HAPPY Affection Nothing but a local remedy or change of Climate will cure it Get well known phar Â¬ maceutical remedy Picnic Bills at this Office COLD The farmers here appreciate the fact we pay better prices for country produce than most merchants And do your trading with people who want your custom 60 bad that they aro content with the low- Â¬ est possible margin of profit to secure it Thats us that Elii Cmn Bain It a quickly absorbed Gives Relief at oace ADDISON d DICK HEAD 9 100 PKR BOTTZ8 at all or sent by express on receipt of prloa BesMtae Miff Containing1 loTalosbU laformiUoa ol yZTc to all woueo will fee taat BJfaeto aay addles upon apyUaatlws fry rBtt to tU BsUWrjMJ KMsTUTM 0 AUttU o ivonxA smiWYMHwAhHgBeajkt OZrtMt AUtys Inflammation Meals and Irotccti the Membrane Htslorc the Stnses of Taste aad Smell No Cocaine No Mercury No Injurious Drug Full Site 6oc Tri tl SUe loc at Dfuefitte or by nail XLY8R0TIIKRS jo Warree Sc New Vaek niEST ADDISON ADDISON KENTUCKY DICK THR BRROKRNRIDQR NRW8 Breckenridge WEDNESDAY OLxOVElRLPORT Klrf ji rxi rraa7Tsiraxa7vmnnzi CrJP3CX3giXrrara7YjCroCr 3 UU News 15 1898 THE NEW CRUSADE Inaugurated at the Glorious Battle of Manila Uncle Sam to Become a Factor In JUNE FALLS OF ROUGH Wheat harvest la the order of the day Mr E II Cooper ho been quite sick Ltttle Ida Holder visited Mrs W J Hall Mlsa Jennie Green returned home last week Mrs Charlie Fisher continues very poor in health Mr CIiab Hliodes improves very little and slowly Mamie and Jessie Stone called on tho Misses Head Miss Willie Marlow was the guest of Mra lneseoit Mr Ernest Beauregard and family vis Â¬ World Politics THE DESTINY OF AflERlCA ited his parents Emmett Duncan is an agent far the Louisville Times Lonnie Jackson visited Miss Lee Dun cm of Short Creek Porter Marlow pi Patesvllle has been visiting his parents Quite a large crowd attended Clarks circus here last week Mr and Mrs John Eikridge visited their sister last week Mr Itondolph Smith was a guest of Miss Bailie Oleainons Mr I M Marlow aud family visited Mr Jackson and iauiilv Mr D 0 Cleamons will teach a writ lag school at Rock Vale Beaucbamp and Eskrldge are selling goods real cheap just now Miss Cora Wittgate visited Mrs Cham blies Saturday and Sunday Lillle Hurt and a little Miss Mercer were the guests at Mrs demons Many thanks for a budget of news sent me from Rock Vale incogoito Mr John Day the fruit tree agont is quiet successful selling trees and flowers Many thanks to a Chicago friend for the nice roll of papers sent me last week Miss Nellie Moorman of Glendeane Vp buest of Miss Mary Peyton last week John Fisher and Guy Howard were the guest of Miss Lettie Duncan Sunday Rock Vale The gill who wanted sheep may get It at the picnic if she watches the din Â¬ Deweys victory in Manila harbor was a blow that killed the Monroe doctrine and weaned the United States from her policy of political isolation If this country holds tho Philliplnes as tbe spoils of victory she will be a parly to the Eastern question and will become involved in tho entanglements of foreign alliances a condition of affairs that was dreaded by our fornfatherc It has already been said by a distin Â¬ guished European diplomat that in the event c f tho United States becoming the possessor of the Phlllipines she would soon learn that Europe would not allow her to do with her own as she sees tit This is a sinister threat Will it b put into execution There are those who seeln the present strife a tendency to engage in a war of conqutst To support their arguments they quote Senator Elklns whom they regard as the administrations mouth- Â¬ piece to the eil ct that both the Phlllip- Â¬ ines and Porto Rico will be held for in Â¬ demnity By this acquisition of territory they claim that they see the beginning of the end of our old time ideals and traditions They say that if we acquire these islands the character of their In Â¬ habitants will force us to adopt a colon- Â¬ ial policy utterly at variance with tho spirit of our institutions The degenerate Latins of Poito Rico tbe politics of the world as an evangelist preaching a new economical doctrine Tho Man on Horseback the King is doomed and it Is tbe destiny of the Now World David to slay tbe Old World G iliatb with the Pebble of Democracy It Id retributive justice that the crown of Arragin and Castilo should feel the shock of tho flsl blow The Intenso love our peoplo bear our country and Its institutions is not the passion of a day It was conceived of the holiest of emotions and because of ils awful strength it has passed through travails of revolution and civic strife unabated It is the intense loyalty a brave honest people bear a principle founded on justice and right Tho man ia a ppsslmist of a brutal order who doubts ita sincerity or questions its stability 1 believe there is a beautiful ideality ubout our national character that at the supreme moment would roakn us a na Â¬ tion of martyrs were sauriilc a ioceseary to achiove the brotherhood cf man The blood and treasure we are conse cratirg to the cause of Cuban freedom demonstrates this I bolluvo that Uncle Sam do- - b not har Â¬ bor a eelQili motive or Bordid thought in the war he ia now waging I believe that American wisdom aud Bens of jus Â¬ tice Ih keen enough to formulate a colon- Â¬ ial policy in the event that it is needed that will adapt Itself iu a humanitarian way to the needa aud necessities cf the people to be governed I believo that in the event the Uuited States becomes a more prominent figure in the worlds politics the genius and character of our diplomacy will obtain for universal free Â¬ dom and be the guaranty of the rights of man I believe that the prophetic inscription on the Old Liberty Bell at Independence Hall Philadelphia is about to be ful- Â¬ filled on a larger scale Professors Recommend Triumphant Deerings Lead the Way DEERING KAVMOHD WOOUoRlDCt Hinders Mowers and Reapers had Roller and Ball Bearings five years before they were adopted by others They will always lead the procession as they have in the past Dear Sir My grateful appreciation ol your Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic is the object of this writing After four years confinement to study I became run down and prostrated with nervousness by over work and was com- Â¬ pelled to discontinue my attendance atthc college when I desired to be there most The Professor recommended the use of your Medicines After six weeks use of your Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic I returned fo the College well and ambitious The benefit and comfort lound in my restoration to health fills a place that words can not express Dr MM Springfield O May 14 1804 Fenner Fredonia N Y OHARLES 0- - MARTIN Gos Cloverport Prescription Pharmacist Next dnor above Payne SAND CAVE FLAT Crops looking fine Fine growing weather Plowing corn a the order of the day Not so much tobacco set as was ex Â¬ pected Working tho roads two days out of eyery week Grandma Plock went to Louisville last week Wo want a free turnpike between Stephensport and Union Star Master A B Claycomb of Owensboro is visiting his grandparents here Miss Blanche Grant of Hazl Dell was the guest of Miss Ida Jarrett a few days last week We appreciated the illustrated copy of the News and have it on file with other DEERING IDEAL BINDER They contain more real improvements than any other machines mado and are right up to date in every respect cutting plates adjustable drag bar knives The only mower that can be drawn at a slow walk or started in any crop without back- Â¬ ing the team Deering ImproTed Steel Binder Deering Ideal Mower Tgeviflfl FTilV RrLlceS w11 oirMi TiitBitotiraftmndtoii Rolr ner closely Mrs John Hughes Is expecting her daughter Mrs Sheridan of Louisville to visit her soon Quiet a number of visitors are here to fisu Some from Fordsville are camp Â¬ ing on Rock Lick Our war with Spain seeiuu to progress very slowly to us who await the result with so much impatience Mrs W H Charablies Utile children aud Mrs Mercer were the gUHsta of Mrs John Eskrldge Monday Mr and Mis Ed Thomas Davison have returned from visiting their par Â¬ ents in Edmonson county For a wonder there it no wedding bells ringing just now lVople are too busy to get married and the weather is too hot for tho beaux to visit their sweet Â¬ hearts Bro Fallen of D iviess county paid this place a flying visit last week I am told but he did not hold a meeting that is not at the church but possibly he may have held a private meeting with an audience ofone We wonder who 3 Im i J I J f v The dinner Sunday was a little disap pointment to some one because there vesa no mutton as one young woman was heard to remark to her beau as she en- Â¬ tered the church with a greasy mouth 4they dldut have any sheep over there did they Mr and MrsRichard Brite and Mr J Logsdon are very kind and consider- ate in attending to the wants of the wid- fitmllip n m 1 ln tin 4trri noil la Irani hmmftflltl V rtllml And llBT little son is treated each day to all the candy be can eat by these generous hearted gentlemen Bro L B Davison of Louisville came down Saturday and staid until Wedues- day morning He preached twoor three very Interesting sermons each day while here There was an immense crowd out Sunday to hear him Dinner was served on the grounds and ponple staid to afternoon and evening services Amoilg those from a distance Mrs Wellor Mlsa Buttle Welter of near Hartford former residents of this place Dr Dempster wife aud family Mrs Henry Dean Mrs Settle Moorman and children Mr S H Deweea aud wife Mr and Mra Curtis Myron Moorman and Mips Annie Moor Â¬ man of Glendeane Ell Fisher Mr Joe Jones Mlsa Katie Butler of Rock Vale Mr and Mrs Bob Orjde- - of Fordsville Mrs L hue MieqeaMary Bradshaw and Hattlu Dayj IJhort Creek and many others wMJa names I did not learn T ir1ii Â¬ l jT S U A White Mark M tffaR fa Kidnev Cure is a perfectly re futable preparation for all Kidney and T fekulder diseases Tho proprietors oiÂ¬ tills Great Medicine guarantee It or mon Do they not deserve a ey refuuded A R Fisher Oloverport white mark KA Shellman Stepheneport GordonHaynes Fatesville E A Witt Har- - A tUMtMUg The sullen roar of the first gun fired by the semi barbarous Malays and the an American gunner at the battle of slavish Oriental Coolies of thePhillip Manila introduced a new power in ineb they claim are incapable of the world politics Its potent voice was the smallest measure of self government and utterance of a new crusade one that if we control them at all it will be with will proclaim liberty throughout the shotted cannon and the mailed hand world and to all the inhabitants there- Â¬ This they say should never bo done by of En Goodniout our government as it introduces an ele- Â¬ ment of discord in the harmony of a free Have Yon Taken Your Vacation people To keep the colonies in subThe most necessary article to have jection they argue will require large with you after your pocket book is a standing armies and the establishment bottle of Foleya Colic Cure It is an ab- Â¬ of military dictatorships in the islands solute preveutative or cure of all derange both of which from their standpoint ments of the bowels caused by a change are incompatible with the democratic o water You are likely to need it A spirit of our constitution which says R Fisher Oloverport R A Shellman all men are both free and equal Stepbensport Gordon Haynes Pates These same people say iliat such a de Â¬ ville E A Witt Hardinsburg parture will sound the death knell of our A BRAVE SOLDIER ancient liberties as it will plunge us into the vortt x of world politics and breed a spirit of militarism that will pavo tbe Who Is Willing to Back His Words With way for the Man on Horseback Then Deeds good bye to the sovereignity of tho people Welcome the King The character of the young men who Then there are others who disagree are enlisting in the army to serve their with tilts views They say that such country and to fight battles for humani Â¬ sentimonts are pessimistic and unworthy ty and libertys sweet sake is illustrated of Americans This latter class say that by the following letter from a Meade this natiou has outgrown Ha minority and county boy has attained the full stature of manhood Tampa Fla June 1 08 Editor Our government has passed the experi- Â¬ Neiws To my friends who are readers mental stage aud as a people we are not of this paper and my fellow citizens in only capable of taking care of ourselves Meade comuty Since the beginning of in all emergencies but of assuming the strife between Spain and tbe Pearl larg r reeponslbllltleo of tho Antilles I have aJvocated the They are agreed that the time has freedom of Cuba I am now a soldier in come for Uncle Sam to have a band in the United States army ready to tight the mauagument of the worlds affairs and lay down my life if need be to help The pinions of the proud bird of freedom bring about this consummation but I are strong enough and broad enough to think that it is Goda will that I shall go shelter all the weak and oppressed on through battles and come out un- Â¬ When I return to my nativo the foot stool Then these same people scathed are Yankee enough to realize that the country and state it will be with conpossession of the rich islands of Porto sciousness of duty done and a desire to Rico and tho Philliplnes will add the uphold the laws as a good citizen I wealth and commercial possibilities of have been in the service one month and By the time this like it very much an empire to our store letter reaches tbe paper I suppose I will As to tbe government of tbe natives be on Cuban soil and then your ears they claim it is a problem easy of sol- Â¬ will Boon ring with the glorious newa of utionone that is determined by the doc victory as our bovs are determined that Old Glory and all that it stands for trine of the survival of the fittest The Many pat- Â¬ Anglo Saxon race is the policeman of the will not go down in defeat world It was born to govern Its in Â¬ riots will doubtle3a meet death in the herent reverence tor law its love of fair struggle but death in eo sacred and holy Mothers play its consideration for the righta of a cause will be a triumph others its fighting piwer and virility wives sisters and sweethearts as well as especially as exemplified by the Ameri Â¬ fathers sons aud brothers while they can people gives it an individuality that weep for those that have died glorious excites respect and commands obedience deaths for their country should remem We possess political wisdom enough to ber that blood and tears and sacrifices establish a strong but mild and beneficial must be dedicated that national honor form of government in any colony that be maintained Many of our bo s are soldiers of the the chances of war may throw In our cross as well oa soldiers for their coun- Â¬ way try They are not afraid to die Let So far as the army la concerned they this be a consolation to all to know that are of the opinion that 600000 men a good Christian soldier can look death could bo placed and kept under anna in iu tho face and still be j lyoua in the this country without breeding a spirit of knowledge that tho enemy cannot de Â¬ militarism The common peope of this stroy his immortality though he can republic are too well educated they are quench the spark of life in that physical too much imbued with a love of our re body publican institutions to leave a clear FriendK if it ia my fato that I be killed road for the Man on Horseback or to in battle the words of General Wolf at welcome the King the battle of Quebec are my sentiments formerly of Thomas A McDonatd Now my views Ekron Ky I think that Dowey did right I be Â¬ lieve that hia brilliant victory In Manila Muelo on the Graphophone harbor has advanced this country an Few peoplo appreulate the matvcloui powenof A policy of Isolation hundred years lb Graphophon n an entrrtAlnr Ii It an Instruauub as punued by our country in the ment which though it coti much lei thin the lean past ia selfish and baa a tendency to eiptniive muical Instrument will enable lie owner pleasure music of any kind from thai to produco an insular narrowness that or have at to hat ol a grand military band It a bagpipe would in time dwarf the national reproduces vocal selections and irives one command character In this aw of commerce it ofeveX pleasure that appeals to the sense of heariis supremely selfish and handicaps our ng- Mo Investment pays such large returns in pleasure Ileiidtt reproducing the mutlcat and energita other records made for ente tii muit purposes the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T Bu Bs 18orrftlcd lcer are as much in advance of other machines as are Der- ing Binders Mowers and Reapers Just Received a car load of Deering machinery and twine which we will sell at rock bottom prices Farmers should see our stock before buying J such treasures fcr rt by torplil llur wiiitn pruvenu ww Urn i and permits ioou w wrinen aim iunjr lieiuUctie tornach Then follow Ii Muted Biliousness dlli f tiitomliw nervouaneii mid U not relieve J blllou fuver or blood poUonlnj Hoods Still kllKiiIrtlA Ka aftmttftl mum Um Uvor sun lunula he dhiliuuu poo cenU ttoU by M druutato fttMUoa eto Hoods fWtMf riu w hum wan uoaai Graphophine will record Immediately and repro If the islands of Porto Rico and the duce at once and as often ails desired our own Phlllipines become our property It will words or song or any eund lly writing to Colum be as a just compensation to indemnify bia Phonograph Co fg Pennsylvania Avenue us agaiuet tbe lotets sustained in a war Wuihlnyton D C you can obtiln a catalogue will give full information ai to prices cf not of our seeking The lust for terri Â¬ that Griphphooe outfit torial aggraiidlr mnt or ambition for power ate remote from the national character The American i mentally I morally and physically the pter of any Far Imfaata aai GkiUrM otbar natiou on earth With ita lofty ila high oooceptlon ol liberty Ita Tin KM Yw Kavt Ahriys sublime faith la man ita MM in the aovMwiftalty of the people it to 1U duty Boar h to bo th champion ol tu opffinl aad tUgnaUr of dowavtraddta It it Ita doty to ignn la Â¬ Â¬ CASTOR A idlf 2S totkt Mrs Jennie Williams and little daugh- Â¬ ter Amble have returned home after spending a week with her parents Mr and Mrs A Claycomb Wo offer condolence to tho parents and frlonds of the boys who have in listed in the Spanish Amerlcau war ment with the Hickory congrrgation especially the mothers Saturday and Sunday I lath thou sounded the debts of yonder sea Mr Lewis fruit treea agent was And counted the sands that under it be t through here last week soliciting pat- Â¬ I lath thnu measured the height of heaven above t ronage for a Virginia nursery Then mayst thuu mete out a mothers love Itev S J Kitcliey tilled his appoint The death angle visited the home of ment with the Hickory congregation in Mr and Mrs James Grant of Hazd Ohio county the first Sunday Dell for tho first time Daplina their Harvest will be hero in a few days youngest child died on May 25 She Wheat promises far greater yield this During iter ill was born Feb 23 1835 ness she professed faith in Christ and time than for a number of years John K Johnson and wife visited in died iu the hope of meeting her loved ones iu the spirit land where parting Daviess county Thursday and Friday salutations are uuknown Her quiet They wear the guests of J J Burnett intelligent unassuming maimer made and wife her tho idol of the family The funeral The attendance at Sunday School is services took place at Sample conducted larger than usual and the interest taken Brother by Rev Suead of Hardinsburg and tbe surpasses any past school remains interred in tbe Jolly cemetery Snead of Hardinsburg made a nice talk near that place The relatives and to the school while here at his appointfriends have our sincerest sympathy ment while we can only point them to the There were prayer services at the land ol bliss where death is uuknown school house Wednesday night The and the family is never broken up stiength of tbe Methodist denomination was taken in view to the organization O there are love links so united Death himself cannot sever of a church at the school house the first There are true hearts bleeding blighted Saturday in July That will beat to love lorever Rov W B Sneed Pastor Sample cir- Â¬ There are brilliant hopes that pertshed Beaming brighter thaa before cuit M E church Hardinsburg preach- Â¬ There are those weve missed and cherished ed three good sermons at the 0 P church Walling on the other shore here on the fifth Saturday night and Sunday in May He will preach here Free Pills Saturday night and Sun Â¬ Send your address to II E Bucklen again tbe first day in July Co Chicago and get a free sample box of Dr Kings New Life Pills A trial S 0 P Jones Milesburg Pa writea will convince you of their merits These I have used DeWitta Little Early pills are easy in action and are particular- Â¬ ItiBers ever since they were introduced ly effective in the cure of Constipation here and must say I have never used any and Sick Headache For Malaria and pills in my family during forty yearn of Liver troubles they have been proved house keeping that gave such satisfactory Short invaluable Thoy are guaranteed to be results as a laxative or cathartic Haynes pt rfectly f reo from every deleterious Bub stance and to be purely vegetable They Why Fisherman Are Long Lived do not weaken by their action but by Fishermen almost invariably are giving tone to stomach and bowela great Â¬ ly invigorate the system Regular size hale hearty fellows who always have a Haynes smile to spare and live long The old 25c per box Sold by Short fisherman has become proverbial said Druggists an eminent physician If you have ever been on a fishtail DUKES trip in the couutry I need not remind you of the hearty appetite you had or Fine weather for cleaning out the the relish with which you ate your lunch crops under the green treea Thero is some John Shaw of Patesvllle was in town thing about fishing that produces entire Friday mental satisfaction Business cares aud Rev S J Rltchey has been called to troubles are not allowed to intrude up- Â¬ When the on Induced peacefulness preach again this year mind Is free from all excitement tbe re Fruit of all kinds except blackberriea maining organs of the body will take ia ararce in this section care of themselves John Gllmore la on the sick list Dr Excitement will kill a man aa aulck Simons has been attending him ly aa poison With every bit of it there Considerable sickness though its of a Is an evil effect upon the inner organs of mild nature bad colds chills Lagrippe the body etc In tho lack of excitement the fisher Â¬ Crops are looking well and everybody mens life ia one of ease Besides this la hoping for a better season than last he retires early and gets pure country year air to breathe Jerry Basham and wife visited rela Â¬ Bueklaas Aralea Salve tives below Hawesvllle Saturday and Tub Best Salvk In the world for Cuts Sunday Bruisea Sorea Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe Â¬ If this is locust vear thev are few and ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil far between as scarce as gold bua will blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions bo in 10H0 and poatively cures Piles or no pay ru It is guaranteed to give perfect Mr Tom Pate has had a bad finger quired caused from a bee sting but la getting satisfaction or money refunded Price For sale by Short 35 cents per box some better Considerable of the tobacco set the Haynes laMsMson boa perished froia the Intense The human machine aUrta but usee heat of the sua and Btope but cmas Yoa eau keep It go Â¬ Prayer meeting at selieol hotjae Satur Â¬ ing loBgast and woa rogularly by using day nlglit and elass meeting at 9 oelocx Du Witts Little Ifaurly Jtlawa the famous Sunday wtonUag llttltt pills tor ooaatipatioB tod all sfcwa Rsjt 8 jr KiUhy tilled hi affsoiat- - oh aad lim teoabtoa Short A Hay Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ W PATE JAS DEAN McQuady Ky Splendid Success has been had in cases of colic diarrhoea etc by using Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep Â¬ sin Aa a household remedy for such troublts it is invaluable Buy a 10c trial bottle aodjou are bound to be convinced To be had of Clias C Martin Safety Comfort Louisv ills Fit anil EvansvillG Packet Line Mail Lino Between Phllllpne Islands Local Louisville and Evansville STEAMERS European authorities estimate the area of the Philllplne Iilauds at li 0000 square miles and their popula- Â¬ tion at 8000000 to 10000000 The F Island of Luzon on which the city of Manila is situated is larger than Now York and Massachusetts and has a popu D lation of 5000000 and the Island of Mindanao is nearly if not quite as larR6 E M G RAGON W A Blihop Purser Ryan Muter TARASCON L Penny M niter L T Conner Parser TELL CITY Matter W B Newbell Puner R II Ballard SDR 8ftS CALDWELLS PEPSlW1 INDIGESTION M HI P D STAGGS Dally except Saturday between Loulivllle and Hew Amsterdam Frelgbt ihlpped by this line delivered quick Â¬ er than by rail Traveler will find the iteamen are uoiur paned in equipment and accommodattoni The belt culinary are employed ai cookl and ho menu li equal to that of the belt hotels General officei ITA and 178 4th Avenue Loulaville D L PENNY W W HITE I 1 vii baDDage Will Act as i Administrator I Guardian 1 Supt CV Prei A Owensboro Williams T P Ky Assignee Etc perience J HHunsche I Twenty Years Ex I 1 The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with j Settling EstatesAttention A Given Prompt - I All Legal Matters 1 Casper May Send me Co IND OANNELTON hPj Blacksmith Shop NEW At BURAS WAGON MAKERS And I will Send you packed in in plain box one gallon HORSESHOEING Etc I have Justopened anew blacksmith whore T Old Goon Hollow shop at Hums am prepared to do all kinds of work In that line I am also authorized to solemulzd tbe righta of matrimony Whisky 3 JAMES ATUCKEK None Purer None Finer SIMON Second BANK or HAEDI1TSBUEG 11 F BKARD President WILL MILLER VtM PwIdeat 8 BKARD Oaihler N and Nain JONES Uvlsvllle ii3i t I ill I Ot1 ohmaI aav JHLW miu im St UtMtUM mWLft WilM Mf tkai vte lJl leTHM a MORRIS WKHIBaH RM JOLLY W HKARb 1 V it llM MJael if Bih1 WW1 all iNrUKIT PA Ml TIME DffMiTt inmmTiM THB 13RHLOKBtNmieKl Breckenridge News WEDKN8DAY JUNE Oh 15 1898 NBIWB Â¬ GliQYBRPORT KY JLRONINQ MADE have you given Dr Caldwells Syrup Tepslu trial It will euro you of your constipation will correct your stomach troubles and make your life worth living Trial bIm bottles 10c 10 doses 10c large sizes 50c and 1 00 of Olias 0 Martin I Say UNIONSTAR Tho Brightest Gem in the Constellation of Breckenridge County Towns HAS A of hay is assured Improvement in pas tures has resulted in a corresponding Improvement in live stonk which is now in excellent condition Some loss of horses is reported from Elliott county without particulars as to symptoms or disease being given WOOL E2SY riliiTfl POUjssss WJi2faaaaaM oxme xasxjHi Trains Wve lonlovlllo B0 n Lv follows Where St Paul Preached A marble block has just been un earthed at Corinth Greece on which it is mutilated inscription only the equivalent Greek letters agogohebr be ing left It is supposod that these letters Syria are n portion of the two Words and that the stone may goge Ilebralon have been a part of the synagoguo in which the Apostle Paul when In Cor- Â¬ inth reasoned every Sabbath and per Â¬ suaded the JewB and Greeks HOSPITABLE CLASS OF CITIZENS War Figures During the Civil War 5 221 commis- Â¬ sioned officers and IK8C9 enlisted men were killed in action or died of wounds received in battle 2321 commissioned officers and 182329 enlisted men died from disease or accident making a total loss of 289739 men Deaths ocenriug after the men left the army aro not in- Â¬ cluded in thoeo figures The number of soldlora on duty in the Federal Army during the Civil War is given as fol- Â¬ lows 1802 802 kZ July 1 1801 1 183583 1 January 1803 1 527204 January 1804 098 January 118C20024 January May 11805707807 711250 Heats The Klondike AL C Thomas of Marysville Tex md a more valuable discovery has vet been made in the Klondike Ar vpflra tin nnfTrirorl nntnhl mmnv frnm 5 consumption accompanied by hemorrh ages and was absolutely cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption coughs and colds He declares that gold is of little value in comparison with this marvelous cure would have it even if it cost a hundred dollars n bottle Asthma Bronchitis and all throat and lung affections are positively cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for consump- Â¬ tion Trial bottles free at Short A liny nes drug store Regular size 50 cents and 100 Guaranteed to cure or price refunded r F For a perfect complexion and a clear use Cosmo Buttermilk Soap Sold everywhere healthy skin SPAINS MISRULE Means Terrible Extortions From Cu ban Taxpayers Official data which have lately come to hand serves to throw increased light up- Â¬ on the subject of Spains oppressive mis- Â¬ rule in Cuba Prior to the last revolutionary out- Â¬ break the amount of yearly tribute which Cuba was forced to pay into the treasury of Spain fell little short of the average sum of 25000000 In view of the comparatively small number of peo pie living in Cuba the enormous burden entailed upon them by this exaction be- Â¬ In 1884 Spain comes at once apparent extorted from Cuba in the way of reven Â¬ ues the outrageous sum of 34209410 She applied 12574485 of the money thus collected to the payment of old mil- Â¬ itary debts incurred in subduing popular 5904084 to the outbreaks in Cuba use of the war department in carrying out needed improvements and 14595- 090 to the payment of salaries pension etc to Spanish officers and clergymen Out of the immense revenue collected from Cuba in 1884 only 1195745 re- Â¬ turned to Cuba In the way of benefits This fact in itself without the prolonged effusion of blood which drenched Cubas soil in consequence of her effort to free hersel more than vindicates the right Â¬ eousness of that cause which the United States has assumed in undertaking to expel Spain from the Western hemis phere Such is the vast material wealth which belongs to Cuba that she is destined within the next few years under tho be Â¬ nign influence of free institutions to be come one of tho richest and most pro- Â¬ gressive centors of the globe In reward for what she has Buffered Cuba will soon find herself in the fullest enjoyment of freedoms recompense MONTHLY SUFFERINQ Tbousands of troubled monthly back in the women aro vala with pains at inter mA makes menstruation painless nd regular It puts the deli- Â¬ cate menstrual organs in condi- Â¬ tion to do their work properly And that stops all this pain Why will any woman suffer mouth after month when Wine ofCarduiwill relieve her It costs Jr oo at tho drug store Why dont you get a bottle to day For advice in case requiring special directions address giv Â¬ The Ladies ing symptoms The Advisory Department Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattasooga Tens lift MHMA LEWIS flMHM TiM MMI ii I mM LiifcU4 1 asaMI hsUriaU tM tassf Mad aw fcf with trfM sanrfi if i breasts shoulders sides hips and limbs But they need not suffer These pains are symptoms of dangerous derangements that can be corrected The men Â¬ strual function should operate painlessly head Tho month of May has developed some charges in the fruit conditions Apples which on May 1st showed a con- Â¬ dition of 81 as compared with average years have fallen to 65 per cent of an SALT OF average crop Peaches have improved from 37 per cent on May 1st to 58 per cent on June 1st Pears also have in- Â¬ U REQUIRES NO COOKING town set upon a hill cannot hide itÂ¬ who conduct the two mercantile enter creased from 43 to 67 per cent of an ay A of this pretty village are both ex- Â¬ erago crop while grapes show the same prizes MAKES COLLARS AND CUFFS STIFF AND NICE self no more can Union Star There is not another community in the ceptionally bright business men Mr condition es on May 1st 81 per cont of AS WHEN FIRST BOUGHT HEW county that is more pleasantly situated Richardson was left an orphan at an early an average crop Apples havo dropped badly and of Located on the crest of a gentle eminence ago He commenced with nothing but that commands an extensive yiew in all by hard work and the exercise of good the early varieties there is but a small directions it poseeses splendid drainage judgment he has ammassed a fortuno per cent left ONE POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL CO AS FAR AS A POUND AND A HALF and is fanned by every vagrant breeze He has raised a splendid family his eld Â¬ The merit of Hoods Sarsaparllla OF ANY OTHER STARCH est son being a member of tho wholesale Ii literally written In blood that blows It It triced in the vital fluid TtUTACTURED ONLY The cosy homes the ozone laden clothing firm of Hilpp Ilichardson a 6y Of millions oi the human race zephyrs the fields of waving wheat and Louisville concern whose jobbing trade Iti positive medical merit exceeds quarter of a million dollars an- Â¬ growing corn the browsing cattle in rich And curative power Is written meadows the stretches of woodland and nually Upon the hearts and engraved upon NewHavenConn C M McGIothlan is an Ideal typo of The minds of thousands COPYRIHTED the pleasing outlines of a distant chain Of people whom It has cured He is as honest as man can of hills make up a charming picture of merchant MIIIWMIIIIIIIIIIMM And Riven good health be and his rugged integrity inspires all beauty pastoral When thero seemed nothing before This starch Is prepared on scientific principles by men who bare bad years of practical He Is experience In fancy laundering It restores old linen nnd summer drossos to their Union Star is blessed with good citi- Â¬ who know him with confidence Them but darkness and dispare natural whiteness and Imports a beautiful and lasting finish It lithe only starch It cures all diseases arising zens The character ol her people is rich in friends and they represent all manufactured that is perfectly harmless containing- noitber arsenic alum or any Fiom or promoted by Impure other substance injurious to linen and can bo used even for a baby powder life Besides being a good mer without reproach The community was walks in niood by its Intrinsic merit as For sale by all wholesale and retail grocers settled early in tho century by pioneers chant Mr McGIothlan is a successful The One True Blood Purifier and stock raiser and by the force from Virginia They brought with them farmer HIGH WHEAT PRICES their high notions of honor and their of his example has been an inspiration ideals of chivalry and hospitality These for good in his community RATES The most centr llu located It B Cox tho hotel man comes of Hotel In trwclty are cherished by their descendants to this Due to an Actual Scarcity Of isiBFlliii pioneer Btock His father James Cox Are day In fact these noble attributes are Qraln a birth right and are regarded as their was a Virginian and a veteran of the war of 1812 He must have been a good man richest and best heritage by the people A correspondent of the Country Gen as ho left a good son behind him of this community The town has one of the most flourish tleman says that in August 1810 wheat Since its foundation Uniou Star has been noted for the religious zsal of her ing church organizations in the county sold In England at 3 CO per bushel and the following June it fell to J2 09 then people Away back in the infant days It is Southern Methodist in denominaof the century a rude log church was tion and has a most enthusiastic mem- Â¬ it advanced sharply to 560 per bushel erected and dedicated to the worship of bership The Sunday school is a large in August of 1812 and dropped to 230 in 1813 g God Here the old fashioned circuit one and possesses a zealous JOHNSON 355 In I860 in the United States we had class of scholars rider Inspired of the Holy Ghost with JOUISYILLE KY -i- T L MAMAOtn a period of violent fluctuations in whtat Union Star has always been a good passionate words smote sin hip and thigh and exhorted his congregation of hardy trading point It is estimated that the prices Early in the year cash wheat backwoodsmen to stick to the blazed trail transactions there will aggregate over sold in Chicago at 77c per bushel but in 30000 a year pretty good for a country November it was selling at 203 per that straight and narrow led through bushel Following this came the cele- Â¬ the forest of tribulation Those were village In late years tho farmers in this neigh- Â¬ brated corner in wheat which forced heroic days and n heroic people As the years rolled by the church grew borhood hrtvo been paying considerable the price up to 2 85 by the first of May W S MILLER Jr Mgr apace and became famous as a camp attention to the raising of fine stock This Is the highest level reached In this Among tho most successful are Messrs country in modern times meeting place It was known as Union In August 1872 continues tho corre- Â¬ church and when a post office was created Roberts Dix English and Frymlre MBMD hotel HLiiiiHHisLiiiiV spondent wheat sold in Chicago at 1 01 there it was named Union Star The fact that Uuion Star is cut off from Among its pionqer residents were the the river and railroad will always miti- Â¬ and by November in was down to 101 Barnes Shellmans Bruners Cashmans gate against it being a large town but In 1837 an attempt was made to corner Cox Carts Holms nil of them Virgin Â¬ with good country roads radiating in all the wheat market and when cash wheat ians and the salt of the earth directions it can materially increase its was selling at 80c it was freely predicted Best House in Louisville that 2 wheat would be reached inside The pioneer merchant was Thomas B trade territory of three months but the syndicates of Helm He established his store there In the future as in the past the Union fifty years ago Helm at one time own- Â¬ Star neighborhood will be a veritable speculators had not made good calculaOne Minute Cough Cure cures tions The stocks in this country were That Is what It was made for ed a princely estate that extended from Caanan overflowing with milk and much larger than they were expected to Pierce to Flint Island but he was liberal honey be and wheat poured in from every and philantrophio and he sold lands to Her peoplo believe in old fashioned If Worth Printing JsEcSrA fjfc quarter Oa June 15 the corner colrkfe settlers at easy terms hospitality and their motto is good wil lapsed from 92Ju to 72c per bushel In Union Star has always been a good toward men As becomes decendants the Twice-a-Wee- k trading point Surrounded as it is by a of Virginians they nre honorable and 1888 speculators cornered the maiket ssV I IfSAisVSjsVssllllsssV successfully and forced the price of agricultural region settled by thrifty brave and chlvalrouB rich They are thrifty wheat up from 71c in April to 2 a bush Â¬ farmers it lias been able for years to and industrous Courier Blessed with good el on the 30 of September With recent support two stores that would be a credit farms and the intelligence to get the Most fascinating Invention of tho one Always to large cities most out of them the people of Union speculations the public is familiar ready to entertain It Will Print It But the conclusion of the writer from requires no skill to operD S Richardson and O M McGIothlan Star ar5 the favorites of fortune ate It and reproduce the whom we iiave quoted is that the pres music of bands orchestras vocalists or InstruSowilltheBRECKENIUDGK ent high wheat in the worlds granaries NIIWS and every mental soloists There fa CROP REPORT excellent and the growth and improve- Â¬ more than the nothing like It for an evenings entertainment Democrat every Republican every man woman or and this he adds Other so ment haB been steady war is responsible lor recent violent only recordscalled talking machines reproduce child who can read will want to read it subjects specially of The condition by sections is as fol- Â¬ fluctuations prepare in a luooruuiry oui we urapnopnone What The Commissioner Of Agrloulturo Is not limited to such performances On the lows Western 87 Central 91 and East Graphophone you can easily make and instantly T1IETWICKAWKHK COURIBU JOURNAI 910U Howard 8100 Is a Democratic paper of six or eight pages liued reproduce records of the voice or any sound Says ern 09 The readers of this paper will be pleased Thus it constantly awakens new Interest and Wednesday and Saturday of tach week The its charm is ever fresh The reproductions - aro Wedneiday Issue prints all the clean news and OATS the to learn that there is at least one dread- Â¬ clear and brilliant Saturday issue prints storie Miscellany Poetry The condition ot the oats crop shows The following is the crop report for GrapftepfMies are sold fer 16 disease that science has been able to ed all matters of special Interest in the home It is an improvement during May The im- Â¬ Kentucky issued by Lucas Manufactured under tho patenU of Bllt Taint r Moore edited by Henry Watterson cure in all Its stages and that is Catarrh Edlion and Macdonald Our eitablUhmcnt u hend provement applies mainly to the early commissioner of agriculture oflbn world for Talking Machines and Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive alklagJiacbluaSuppUea Writ for catalogue In Kentucky the crop has improved sown oat That part of the crop which cure known to the medical fraternity The con- Â¬ Catarrh being a constitutional disease COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO Oept 30 over the excellent condition shown on is sown late is unpromising You get 104 good papers c six or eight pages May 1st and now shows an average con- Â¬ dition for the State averages 01 On requires a constitutional each for 50C LESS THAN ONE CKN I A 010 Fenuaylvanla Avenue treatment PAPER Washington D O dition for the Statoof 104 again of three June 1 1897 the condition was 82 aud Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally Chicago Taris points duriug May On June 1 1897 for June 1st for 1890 the condition was acting directly on the blood and mucous New York USEFUL PREMIUMS St Louis Philadelphia the condition was 93 on Juno 1 1890 09 By sections the following conditions surfaces of the system thereby destroy- Â¬ Washington Baltimore Buffalo Are given club raisers and good pa ing commit Â¬ are shown Western 90 Central 85 East the condition was 61 ing tho foundation of tho disease and slons are allowed agents The Central Section continues tho ern 92 giving the patient strength by building TOBACCO highest average condition 107 as against up the constitution and assisting nature Dally Courier Journal Year 600 Tobacco plants have been very plenti 105 on May let Correspondents report in doing its work The proprietors have Dally and Sunday Year 800 the crop unusually flue heads good ful and the figures on acreage bear out so much faith in its curative powers Sunday alone Year Jaoo to some extent the early indications of length and well filled In a number of that they offer One Hundred Dollars for Especially any case counties lying north of a line drawn a largely increased acreago that it fails tp cure Send for from Franklin county to Rowan county is this true of the Weastern Section Suceenor of the Unabridged lists of testimonials where several counties report the acre The Oae Great Standard Authority the rainfall has been deficient during Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo O no writes j ion jr j iirewer J asUce U B Supreme Court May and in these counties the crop is ago 200 per rent as compared with the SfSold by Druggists 76c acreage of 1897 Reports from a num Btauclard beginning to show the effect of drouth oriheUSqovtPrlnUnK ber of counties in the dry districts are of WILL HE HIT IT An early harvest is indicated wince uie iro nunreuie And The Court nil the Male Hu near In the Western Sectlou the condition such a character as to leave some doubt all the Scnooluooks f averages 102 a gain of one point during as to the accuracy of estiuritis and fig- Â¬ A Cincinnati Prophet flakes a WeathWarmly NEWS May Here the rainfall has been ex- ures upon the number of acres planted Coiumuiiflecl er Forecast for This Year ovulate 8aperntenlenU cessive throughout May and reports of are for this reasou withheld until next of Hchools Colleue Trcsl antsaiilotiirilucfttor8 Doth one Year rust on blades and damage otherwise mouth when plautlng will be complet- Â¬ almost wiiuoui number W W Marsh of WinBton Placo Gin Invaluableand to from excessive moisture are not infre- Â¬ ed Correspondents in the counties of cinnati has attracted much attention as In the household quent In Christian county the crop is 0on Henry Poudleton and Robertson a weather prophet Ills prognostications tua teacher scholar pro- eHiunsi inaii aim sen We have made a special clubbing arrangement Some fly is estimate the acreage at 50 10 35 and 25 have been so exact that they have been reported badly rusted euucaior with the Courier Journal and wl per cent reepectively of the average of fSptcimcn txxges ent ointjipllcation to noted In Larue county His latest received with astonishment Q C aierrlam Co IuljllslierH I send that paper and outs for tho price named to all the Southeastern Section the con Â¬ 1897 While this is true probably at forecast is The weather for the year In our snbrcrlhers wh will lenaw and pay In ad ttprlnif field Mass dition in those countios whore wheat is this date It Is reasonable to suppose 1898 will be the wannest weather on vanceorto all lev tubscrlhers who will pay In Do not bo deceived In CAUTION buvlntr email eo called advance Simpl copes Courier Journal sent r grown averages 102 a gain of seyeral that should the present unfavorable con- Â¬ record The month ot June and July on tppllcatl r Webeterj Dictionaries AU authentic ditions be succeeded by seasonable rains points during May annusfuienia or weMur a inieraaiumai Diction will ho very hot and sultry The month ary lu the vanoui ilzea bear our trade mark on All subscriptions under this offer must be sent that tho acreage will bo largely increased of June will be another month of rain COBN iuo jruutrovcrMiHiiowaiaiiieciua to the above the estimates given The condition of the corn crop for the and heavy thunder storms Tho month In those counties where planting has of July will bo tbe warmest month of State average 02 Oil June 1 1897 the BRECKENRIDGE NEWS condition was 82 and June 1 1890 the been practically completed the condi- Â¬ the season Very hot sultry weather condition was 03 The crop has had to tion of the newly set tobacco is very un Â¬ in this month The month of August Absence of moisture and contend with excessive moisture in satisfactory will be cool the coolest for this month Western Section almost from date ol effects of the hot sunshine has caused known In the past 20 years Between planting and as might be Inferred the plants to turn yellow and much ot it to the 3d and 0th day of June thero will Wharfmastars Steamboat Agents state of cultivation is not the best die Cutworms while doing very little be heayy electrio storms through tho Planting was hardly completed with the damage to corn are reported unusually States ot Ohio Indiana Illinois West CL0VEBP0RT KENTUCKY destructive to tobacco plants and with close of the month and the crop Is geu Virginia and Kentucky These storms these dlsatvantages it is feared that a locil Aircntt eraly in a backward state with heavy winds will be severe In East- Â¬ In the Ceutral Section more favorable poor stand will be obtained In those ern States and on tbe ocean Part ot Hoiestea Fertilizer Company anil conditions have prevailed with a cor Â¬ counties that have so far failed to receive this storm will pass through Ohio Be Standard Oil Caapaiy responding improvemept in condition a season the plants are becoming over- Â¬ tweeu the 27th aud 28th of Juno and on Dealers In The state of cultivation is on tho grown and are yellowing in the beds the 20 and 30th of June there will be whole good much of It having received The situation is therefore becoming criti- Â¬ heavy storms throughout the eitre Dooru Rh Blinds Yellow P1h Flow the second plowing la the Northern cal and unless seasonable rains come country ing anil Ceiling Weather Boarding These storms will bo very counties of this section where the rain Â¬ soon the acreage will be sharply cur Â¬ severe la all places A great amount of Bhtntfee Salt Lime Oemat fall has been deficient the crop Is in the tailed Latfw riwtfr rainfall undoubtedly causing floods FMwlBg MKADOWB IAUTURM AND UVK STOCK clod Hair Flow ffatultea Meadows and pastures have greatly In the Southeastern Section favorable A BrlokSte eoaditloM have prevailed and while the Improved during May Clover nwauows EritiMtM Funm4 fcr UWm usj aWYtV Witch Hmrtl Salv crop wm laitJ In plantlsg the stand wm are MpwUlly ItuiwUat awl a Ane yW LWHtai KatwM Cwm PllM ScsdsU Beu They Exemplify the Hospitality of Kentuckians Descended From Virginians THE EARTH The siz9 of the wool clip as compared with the clip of 1897 is 91 The average weight per fleece is estimated at 4 pounds It is gratifying to note the sub Â¬ stantial improvement in the price of wool during the past two years The average price of best wool of the present clip is 21 cents per pouud In 1897 tho average price was 10 cents and 1890 it was 12 cents FRUIT Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar HsH m I sssssssssssssssssssssssssHHHslssssssssBssssisssssssss H KlsJssPisssssssssssssssssss Ar Hoston 3 oopm 9 05pm Nraln No 16 has elegant Pullman DufTet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Orawh grrom Sleeper and dining cars CJnclnnstl lu Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Train No IS has eligant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawinuroom and dining cars Cincinnati to Ne w York wuhnnt change Train No ao has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers Ar S W KAILWAY Cincinnati and the St Louis and the Writ i No is No so No 16 LoulsWIta ijjam Si jam 2 ipm Cincinnati 645am 11 55am 605pm Columbus 1115am 5 5spm 11 ojpm Iltlsburg 8 15 Im 7 15am Washington 650am It oam Baltimore 1 7 seam Philadelphia 10 15am 3 44 pm New York Isjonn 555pm 2ni St Louis Springfield and the West Ar St Louis dailv Lv Louisville 1 THEY ARE THE W I I search m Hl I No so 7 isam g 40pm Ar Springfield 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m 183000 sjjara 640pm gsjam No 16 No 44 8topm H mm WfM Cnartestown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p m except Sunday Trains Nos 16 so and 44 haveclegantdajrcoacnes Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis From East m is 15 p m 640pm Prom West 7 City Ticket office southeast comer Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river For detail Information regardiog rates time on Connecting lines steeping parlor dining cars etc address US IIROWN District Pass Ticket Agent O OS W lly 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHESSPKOUGH General Pastenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio G II AKKKL Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio is 95 am 3 7 S5 so a m TRAINS AIIIUVE am is 15 noon 040 pm na tf IKeokukjowa thchubingerbrosC9 IIP Henderson Route Louiwll Henderson Si Louis Ej No Co Tlmo Card In Effect June 20 97 East Hound Lv St Lou Bvansvllle Henderson Spottsvillu Owensboro Hawesvtlle Cioverport Stephensport Irvington Brandenburg Arr Louisville West Hound Louisville llrandenburg Irvlngton Stephensport Cloverpott Hawesville Owensboro Spottsville Henderson Evansvllle ArrSt Louis Lv No 41 No 44 Sl 46 f 6 45 1007 1045 766am 855pm 663am 220pm 2iSam 7 15 28 310 78S 37 828 818 344 400 911 440 450 6 03 5 10 622 603 1112 621 1235pm 745 625 667 617 730 45 No 4I No 43 No 915 961 10 70m 861 U Â¬ hard-workin- 1035 1135 1217pm 1240 1 15 1010 10 40 95 947 460pm 823pin 932 600 643 852 1021 720 739 1086 804 1063R 11 4S 12 5 1 15 1223am i m 732 720 WILLARD HOTEL A 1 trains run through Solid to Bvansvllle Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trains between St Lul lUantville and Louis ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvlngton for Fordsvillc and Hardinsburg dally except Sunday II C MOItDUE A G P A IouivlIleKy fffnORWBifc L Hi Si L RVi Furdsvile Branch Rates200and250 TIME TABLE No 10 TAKING EFFECT xSmBShps HucPk West Bound Trains Daily I Dally ex Sun ex Sun N06 No 1 1060am 11 25 1140 MAY 30 1897 if lit Hound Train STATIONS Â¬ Tlf -- Iv Daily Dally ex Sun exSur No 2 No Irvlngton Ar SoOim 1147 Carheld Ilarued unction g 00 jt TB Its 1155 12 10pm 12 25 1235 12 65 J 05 Hsr1lrbur Junction Kirk Ulendeanu Dempster r Jolly 7 7 7 7 6 742 37 27 17 02 60 m 120 1 45 Hallslough lv Dempster 2 05 165 Journal 215 230 Itockvale Ruth Asklns Oaks 6 20 6 05 5 44 6 38 5 P0 6 25 630 ft Â¬ 25d ArPnrdtvillrI Mitchell 610 6 00am Â¬ Louisville HendersonSt Â¬ Louis RyCa Â¬ Â¬ nsro 4 1897 TIME SCHEDULE Tublngr Effect At 618O oolek A V ludft- - Kit 30 Satt si 541 Wttt Sound Traim Bound Train 42 77 Price 50c a Year ii Dally 4C0pm 41 Exprs Kxprs 603 5 37 6 40 6 43 Mall A STATIONS Mall A Exprs Bxpr Dally 12 35pm 12 20 Dally 7 30am 748 818 8 21 lvUnn ptar Kentucky West Point Howard Wlllowdale Kock Haven Long Branch Brandenburg Ekron Guston irvlngton Webster Lodlburg Pierce Sample St Dally 7 45pm 783 C 663 829 8 35 8 42 8 61 6 00 Websters International Dictionary TwiceaWeek 1 1 1 609 618 626 9 33 6 61 7 07 869 9 07 1160am 665 1145 661 1135 645 1128 640 1121 634 1112 626 1102 618 1063 1045 1037 to 28 1020 1007 1002 915 931 932 943 951 966 969 659 9 23 610 603 650 542 5 23 712 7 20 7 24 727 7 39 7 43 7 64 Â¬ Courier Journal 804 812 818 Â¬ Â¬ BBI1 For Only Twlce-a-Wee- k 8 27 8 33 8 42 863 90 1011 1014 1025 1035 1043 10 49 1068 1105 1114 1125 Stephensport Addison Holt Cioverport Sklllman Hawesville Petrle Falcon Lewlsport Wsltman Powera Patea Owensboro Mattingly Griffith Shops 1015 969 9 45 9 40 9 27 5e4 680 518 615 6 03 6 00 49 4 40 4 3a 917 864 827 818 9 09 9 03 8 47 8 38 8 07 4SS 401 419 413 863 3 44 8 38 125 916 921 925 932 989 947pm liaSim 1146pm - i a 4tena Vn 4 mui 44 ihjii connection v ai Jr vlngton dally except Sundaywlth trains to and HMwui muu 4 utuTiupevanca Only line running Parlor Cars bi Louis vine uwensooro ana lienaerson Unl line to the North and East For further Btion qui on or aaaress Agents or H C MORDUR A O P J Louisville KyV 1161 1165 1202 1209 1217 96400- - 1224 010pm 124Qpm IVIn mm Stanley 768 Worthlngton 782 Reads 745 Spottsville 7 36 tiassctt 7 31 sr H Hln U 7 15m 802 IW 336 390 30l 1S 80 li l mm exposition GREGORY CO June 1st to October 31st THE GRANDEST EXPOSITION except Worlds Pair over plajined in the United States Located within cheap and quick access of the entire Missouri and Miwisaipi Valleys at your own dc ora Through tickets beyond Omaha allow stop Â¬ overs Rdtteel excursion rate to Omaha Take the BurHifitMi Routs eld and wtUlihed lia to and through Omaha in any dl reotioa MOWAM WlHMT WAKKJLBr L OAMTOKX AmWzU sM stira1 astttau AssHsBIsIbsiiiiHssHsWsK Pwwpr THEL BRROKBNRIDQK KEtftYS llshed firm of Suiters He was out T tn COMGS IMOIf Tuesday evening wearing a beautiful and artistic coat embracing all the colors Battle ot Manila Causes a Scarcity In of the American flag cripplod mo for years I could not the Local Market Courtney V Duncan whose health for walk I tried many physicians with Â¬ On the advico of a the past month 1ms been on tho decline out benefit I here Ib a big local demand for binder friend I tried your medicine I will leave this month for Brandenburg twiue Tho increased acreage in wheat to visit his brother D M Duncan was completely cured by three His together with the immense yield tbat legion of friends hope the change will In will be made in this vicinity will cause bottles of every way bo bonefical the consumption of s vast amount of Mr James P Tucker came to the city tnlti ytsturday enroute to Evansville Ind Tim demand hs so great Knlurday where he went on important business that all tho inatorlal on hand was He stated to a News reporter that In iiis bought up O F BOWEN Horton Summit Pk section the tobacco crop was poor and The war in tue Ihtllipines has affected LlO- lnot an average crop would be planted the exportation of Minlla fibre to this Breckenridge News There should he some movement to country and it has thus materially re Â¬ wards making July 4 the biggest day duced the manufacturing of twine WKDNVHDAY JUNE 151898 Tho wholesale prirn of binder twine over witnessed In Oloverport With an unusual amount of enthusiasm on the here Saturday wan 10 cenU reprf saut Â¬ ing orr 100 J part of tliH buslnets and professional tho an advance ofthe past twoper cent in price during months men an undertaking of this character can be accomplished NEW AGENT Hevi W 0 Brandon a former pastor M E church in this city of the Elm St but now of the Main St Methodist Fred Ferry Will Represent The Hender- Â¬ this Dewey weather Isnt son Here church in Louisville delivered a disWho said it wasnt warm course at the Elm St M E church Tues Â¬ Fruit Jars Gregory Gibson day evening His sermons are always O S Board who has been acting as Cultivated raspborries aro on tbo mar enjoyed logical and to the point temporary station agouj at this place Iret It is a universal saying Let the far Â¬ left today for O a ensboro where he will Clover creek has passed the navigable mer have a prosporoud year and the work iu a responsible capacity for the whole country will bo likewise Henderson Route Fred Ferry the This stage is quite true and the prevailing condi- Â¬ new ageut resumed his duties today i Head the Fair ad and profit by their tions for a prosperous year were never Mr Ferry is au experienced railroad offerings more favorable which has instilled into man and is extremely popular with our Hammocks aro tbo embodiment of them au unusual supply of industrious people The Nkws can very consistently comfort compliment Mr Board on his record ness Mrs William Vest has been ill for a It is becoming quiet the fad to give while attached to this station He is a few dayH homes a title This is exceedingly appro- Â¬ conscientious employe and a most cour- Â¬ For an excellent set of harness go to priate as there are many hospitable teous and honorable gentleman He homes bore that fully deserve this dis- Â¬ made a brilliant record while here and Frank Haswell qualities that speaks The baseball fever should strike some tinction The picturesque home of Mr demonstrated and Mrs A B Skillman has been chris- Â¬ eloquently of future success The best energetic fellow wishes of a legion of friends follow him The bowling alley has closed during tened witli the comely title of Cedar wood by their graceful and entertain- Â¬ to his new field of labor the summer months ing daughter Miss Elizabeth Skillman The latest William Victor Bowmer HEADLIGHT FLASHES euliated in the army hai HE SAW THINGS Civil Engineer Hudson has adorned Engineer Bob Lindley will movo his his office with now awnings family to Louisville and make that city Miss Mattie Mattlngly who has been Wm Eaaton Committed to the Insane hie future home quite ill is convalt scent Asylum Pat Cain one of the most skilled and A brain crammed only with facts is Henderson trusted employes of the not necessarily a wise one A Crazy Young Colored Girl also Sent Route has teen promoted aud is now Should you contemplate purchasing a traveling engineer for the road to Frankfort buggy r see Frank Haswell The new coal chute for the L II St Mike Lauahan has resigned his posi- Â¬ Two lunacy cases were tried before L R R at Basket will be completed and tion as machinist at the shops County Judge A hi in the city hall last all tho road engines will be takiug coal from there by the middle of next week There are saddles and saddles but Wednesday afternoon none like those offered by Frank Has The first case was that of Mertia The Henderson Route is making well Collier a fourteen year old colored girl preparations to use the town well at Ir Raspberries have appeared on the who was afflicted with hereditary insan Â¬ vington to supply the tauk at that place market The yield is the greatest in ity She became violent about a week with water A deep well pump will be ago and the neighbors were in mortal used and a hydrant will be attached so years that the citizens of the town will have an Saturday was a very active day with terror of her The jury returned a verdict as to her unlimited supply of water at all times A good trade was en Â¬ local merchauts being insane without leaving the box When the Improvement Is made It will joyed The next trial was that of Wm do away with two other tanks Evansville will tako the latches off of Easton a well known character about all her doors July 4 to do honor to town His was a sad case WAR TAXES Dewey By his own evidence and that of sever- Â¬ Many contemplated fishing parties up al witnesses it was shown that he sees Will Cost Our Citizens a Very Neat Clover creek havu been abandoned due things to its low stage Sum He had the hallucination of seeing Jacob Morrison has gone to Howell big gangs of mon at work constructing a Ind to accept a position in the railroad new railroad along the river bend below People in this city have no idea of the shops of tbat city town He also saw gigantic men and large revenue that will be paid the women a whole army at a time waving government by our citizens as the result There will be a party of cyclers from this city go to Cannelton this week their arms in a mysterious manner and of the new war tax marching through the air and return by way of boat Cashier A B Skillman said to a News The old man has been a hard worker reporter that the Breckenridge Bank Fred DHuy who was accidentally shot with a Fiobert rifle laBt week is all his life but since his wife died a year receives about sixty checks daily Un- Â¬ ago ho has been falling in body and der the provisions of the new law when able to be around on crutches Mrs Frank mind He is not at all violent but it operative each check must have a two The infant baby of Mr and Carlisle died Sunday and was buried was the verdict of the jury that he cent revenue stamp which will mean a should be committed to an asylum contribution from our citizens to Uncle Monday in the Oloverport cemetry Sam for war purposes of 400 a year resi- Â¬ where he could receive proper care and Mrs Mary Halfpenny a former The bill further provides that a revenue medical attention dent of this county died in Henderson The uufortunate people were committ- Â¬ tax must be collected on every telegram 90th year Thursday Sho was in her ed to the insane asylum and were ac- Â¬ and long distance telephonic message The higher our taxes become the companied by Sheriff Burton and city that is sent more they will be dodged but dodging Marshal Hall tbo taxes on our homes is Impossible LIVELY BIDDING The City Tax book for 1898 is now in SOME POTATOES WERE my hands for collection Please call and Charley Bohler Secures A Contract From City Tax Collector settle G W Shobt the County Big Business Done In Local Railroad The latest whim of the owners of dogs Circles is to make them wear shoes in the house The letting of the contract for the con- Â¬ for the purpose of protecting the polish According to the size of the place Olo- Â¬ struction of the abutments to the Pisgah ed floors verport is the most important station on bridge excited yery lively competition Dr John H Larabee one of Ken Â¬ The specifications called for a fill of 500 the line of the Henderson Route tuckys most prominent physicians died Tho earnings of the road at this point cubic yards of dirt for the approaches at bis homo in Louisville Sunday He make ud an important item as may be and eight feet of riprap on both sides of was 50 years old judged from tbo fact tbat our merchants tbo bridge The following bids were re- Â¬ 163 Uabe Cbas Bohler The fifteen year old sou of Mr and paid out 149917 for freight and our citi- Â¬ ceived 75 Vam Mrs James Tucker died Monday of in zens paid out 27978 for passenger ex-Â¬ Brickey 04 James Harris 144 60 The hSmatorv rheumatism He had only penses making a total of 778 95 paid to Pate 90 Jim Perkins Bohler the ben sick two weeks the railroad for the first two weeks of court considered Mr best bidder and awarded him the con- Â¬ At this period of the year It is necccss June tract ary to look after your interest In purchas Â¬ ing fruit jars Our pi ices aro the lowest Harvesting Commenced A FULL REGIMENT Gregory Gibson Wheat has ripened to that extent that TflA tln tma oluArltr li Art tin There is one gentleman in this town lM who has the happy faculty of carrying a unusually early season coiuee in very Dave Murray Will Get His Lieutenant 111 Coloneloy Iwttrat 41A ltinVVt- knife some ten or twelve years Is not IlBUUliy 411m jcur no tl fci o uuuiv WW Anas this an excellent record ployed good opportunity to get work As predicted by the Nkws last week Miss Minnie Boultlnghouso will leave Hon David R Murray will get an opt Addison this week for Bethany Ills portunity to go into the field as Lieutenant-CShe will spend tho summer with her olonel of a full Kentucky regiment sister Mrs Lydia Auberl Perhaps you have made the Fourth He received a letter Mon Â¬ The farmers are makiug every prepar Â¬ day from Washington to that effect and up your mind to take ation to begin the harvest of wheat is now looking for an order from the ad They say that this years yield will jutant general instructing him to begin ones Mirpaes all previous the work ot recruiting tho regiment by Local nlmrods report an exceedingly the first of next wek large crop of young squirrels this season pot pie is an every and dainty iquirrel QREAT WORK iky luxury in tills city now Mm William Embry is quite low at Only Coits 104 to Improve SeveH this summer of disAllies of Road W home with a complicationalarmiugi nen iuua iut Mwa iler condition is not this picture on tyet she is in a low stage of health Seven miles of road batween Hardins the wraDoer a wno uas oeen Judge J It Do Haven burg ancLGarfield have boon grad d and confined to his homo for sometime put in splendid condition for travel at a man with a big cost of 101 This sum covers the entire with a complication of diseases has bo nsn on nis DacK expense for teams and men This Is a Much improved that he is able to be Do not let anyone talk to practical demonstration ot what can bo out you or somcuiuig jua done with road machines and one can The horse buyers in this city Friday good as readily appreciate their value when it is attracted a largo number of farmers with whin vmi want coa knonw that the cost of improving a mile They did not liwtM aud mulcB for sale oil and the hypo- liver of road in Hardin county is 1 0 wantay anlmalB however and left phospnites you winimo III Anrl VMaa without making a purchase very oesi mu wm Klondike Social Th funwal of Mrs Harnett Bohler them In only one place A Klondike Social will be given at wfcleh took place Wednesday afternoon Scotts Emulsion the Baptlot parsonage by the ladles of i nn rvmer emtii- Tti we Uryaly attended The services took the church on the Dawey eve of Fii in- Hm slon like It none other at th Baptist church and the day June 17th The admtaelon will be worn inu does the same lomant at tM Otoverport cnneiery free Tee menu for the evening will no other has the same FnUblyfUM of the most patriotio coneUt of uugfwta of cake boiled saow cures record of bbu reeitk in Oloverport It is soup highly flavored lemoa ami pine Â¬ I n Mitt otitor than Charley Fallon the ao apple Miowbalkr eervwl a la Hobaon BOWM ChU4iJIJf- SCOTT twodallng and faithful grocery clerk ploke old elaiiM aadKloadlke drinks b Wh la ooWMaUd wtb the WU OLOYERPORT PALE LUNA GLORIOUS ORB Excursion One a Delightful Made This KlV rt SSV 5 Rttcunwlism EVANGELIST SAM JONES Will Help Dedicate the Methodist Church Saturday July 2nd iVlVaV2i Young People Enjoy a Moonlight Outing New Aiicrs irsapariHa Will ba a Big Day at Irvlnoton TO BE RUN SPECIAL TRAINS is- - Â¬ v - the famous evangelist the M E church South atlrvlugton Ky 11 a m July 2nd ami will lecture at Brandenburg that night for the benefit of tho Luclle Home Sam Jones will dedicate Local Brevities t t Â¬ h 3 V Arrangement have been made witli tho railroad company for one tare rates lor the round trip also to run a special on tho Fordsvllle branch The regular trains on the main line all amvo in due time for the dedication Everybody is re- Â¬ quested to come and bring dinner and their will be dinner for sale on the ground Those desiring to attend the lecture at Brandenburg apply to the Rev C W Hesson A WHOPPER A Texan Who Is Built on a Generous Plan Hes So Long that he Takes up a Whole Bed and Hangs his Feet Out ofthe Window The tug Alfred Hennen has contri Â¬ buted very largely to the happiness and enjoyment of the young society folks of Oloverport and Haweavllle Last Wed Â¬ nesday evening was no exception to the rule and the foitunate guests of Captain Janes Hennen who were t eated to a moonlight excursion on the river enjoy Â¬ ed it to the utmost The boat arrived In this city about 8 30 In the evening with the Misses Lucilo Sterrett Maymn Duncan and Edith Bush Captain James Hennon Hamilton Hennen Ed Kelley Eugene Newman Dr Forrest Llghtfoot and Slmms Thomas of Haweavllle aboard The Misses Bettie Margaret and Marion Bowmer with their guests Lottie Head of Henderson and Anna Iglehart of Evansvile Alliene Murray Elizabeth Skillman Bessio and Mary Jarboe with their guost Mrs Masonof Louisvilleand Messrs James and Orville bkillman E C Babbage and Ed Goodnight of this city joined the party here The excur- Â¬ sionists went as far up the river as Stephensport then to Hawesvllle and back to Oloverport The trip naa a de- Â¬ lightful one and will be long remember- Â¬ ed by the participants UNCLE JONAS WILSON f V KKu EXCELLENT The difference between Douglas Shoes and other makes is not so much in the leather as in the making This is their strong hold The most style and comfort is thus given because they know how it should be done They know what is required to give the most strength and wearing qualities TKY A PAIR Â¬ r Youll Like Em I THE STYLES THIS SEASON ARE GREAT Raised CoIoDel A A Powell of Texas was in the city on business Monday and Tues-Â¬ PS a Cool Hundred Sam by Uucle It day Who is Colon il Powell Hes a giant Hed make two ordinary men He only measures sevon feot three Inches in his stocking feet He weighs 2U5 pounds and wears a number 15 bIioo The colonol was born and raised in Johnson county Texas where the cucumbers grow so fast that a man who was caught in the vines was dragged to death He comes by his title of Colonel hon Â¬ estly as he served on Governor Hoggs staff and was a member of the Houston Light guards The Colonel finds It difficult to get a bed at a hotel to fit aim He takes up the whole shooting match and in sum- Â¬ mer has to hang his feet out of the window In the winter he requires two beds Colonel Powell represents the Arm Hammer Soda Company of New York and gets about his business as sprightly as if he wero built on a more economical plan MIRTH AND MUSIC Will Make Assistant Postmaster General Perry S Heath notified Postmaster Wilson of this city last Thursday that his salary had been increased from 1000 to f lloO per annum The letter accompanying the notifica- Â¬ tion stated tbat the increase bad been made owing to the large gains made in the gross receipts of this office for the last fiscal year This is one of the few offices in Ken- Â¬ tucky where the increase in postal re- Â¬ ceipts justified a raise In the salary and it speaks volumes for the general condition of affairs in this city Â¬ i VMkVVbVVVVVVVf I Have Adopted A New SULZERS Buttermilk A bath with Cosmo Soap exqusitely scented is soothing and Sold Everywhere benefical Plan Heston Willis Co lllf IKIli To Hustle This Plonlo a Happy One goods sell you a buggy and throw in a set of harness tho Sale of my The old plan was to I 4 The parishioners of St Rosas Catholic church of this city will make Saturday July 2nd a glorious 0110 They are to give a picnic and barbecue for the bene- Â¬ fit of the church at La Heists woods There will be music and dancing and all Hon kinds of outdoor amusements David R Murray will deliver a patriotic address if he is not In Cuba Everybody is invited to help enjoy the day YOUNG MAN But Now I Sell You A Set of Harness and Throw in a Buggy Horse Drowned This is gospel truth and I invite you to call and try to bluiT me in Saturday was quite an exciting day in my proposition the city and one of the liveliest incidents I have added a fine lot of Buggies to my stock was the drowning of a horse owned by Wm L Galloway at the lower wharf wwvvwww Dont let the expense scare you The animal had boon led to water by Poiudexter Galloway who had occasion The cost of Queensware Glassware to leave it a few moments and during Groceries and other household nec- Â¬ his absence the horse got tangled up in essities is lower than ever before a rope and was drowned before It could We can set you up in the above be rescued GET MARRIED Frank Haswell CLOVERPORT KY Glorious Time Promised Through the generiosity of Managor mentioned lines cheaper than any one else Ask your married friends is this not so H V Harris oftne Breckenridge Can nel Coal Company tho members of the Methodist Sunday schoO are to enjoy a picnic at Tar Springs July 4th Mr Harris has placed an engine and cars at the disposal of the school and will trans port them free of charge to the grounds A delightful time will be bad Â¬ HOUSEWIVES We have a large line of Fruit Jars and Cane for sale cheap Wc mention this as a reminder as the canning season has opened Breckenridge Ciroult Court Notice Tar Spnngi It now open for the reception ol a Virgil Ilardlnt Administrators PlalntirT vs limited number of boar den Alio cottage to rent to those wishing to do their housekeeping Dining Virgil Ilardlnt heirt c defendants All persons having claims against the estate o room kitchen anil stove free to thoe that rent col Virgil Hardin deceased are hereby notified to K DHAMI1LETON taget produce the same before the undersigned Special Proprietor Tar Springs Master Commissioner at his office In Clovcrport Ky properly proven on or before the first day of Administrators Notice September 1898 All persons having claims against the estate ol the deceased Mrs Sallie JIate are notified to present them properly proven tor settlement on or before S A 1ATH Administrator Sept t 1898 Hardinsburg Juae 15 1808 Given under my hand as Special Master Com missloner ol said court this 6th day of June 1898 IAS It SKILLMAN S M C II C AvItt McOehee Invitations are out annouuclng the approaching nuptials of Mr Mack Ever- Â¬ ett Avitt of Abbeville Miss to Mies Ellen Washington McGehee daughter of Mr and Mrs F II McGehee of Irviug ton The ceremony will tako place at the First Baptist church at Irvington Wednesday morning June 22nd at One Minute is not long yet relief is obtained in half that time by the use of One Mlnulo Cough Cure It prevents consumption and quickly cures colds croup bronchitis pneumonia lagrippe and all throat and lung troubles Short Je Haynes Lost LOST One solid steiling silver bracelet with Mildred on the lock the finder will return tame to this office and receive reward Book Notice cents Iartll Trice so cents Company New York Cincinnati The Rational Spelling Book Ily Dr J M Ilioa Editor of The Iorum Tatt L Price 10 American Book and Chicigo 1 YOUNG LADIES Â¬ Scotts And older ones too for that mat Emulsion I ter we have the prettiest line of Belts to wear with your Shirt Waists that lias ever been shown in descending tho steps at her home she this city slipped and fell She sustained a dislo Call and see our selection of Fans cation of the wrist but Is Retting along They are exquisite in their beauty Dislocated Her Wrist Mrs Amanda Fisher met with a pain- Â¬ ful accident last Friday morulmr In Â¬ One of the difficult problems in education is After alt the txpri inents with so called improved methods in teaching spelling practical teachers have come to the con elusion that spelling is not a faculty or an art but a habit to be acquired by practice and that the best and indeed the only way for the child to leant to spell conecUy it to spell This spelling book is the resultant ol an extended investigation to discover what words of those really used are liable to be misspelled and of an earncit effort to provide a definite remedy for the failures revealed It is called The Rational Spelling Hook because i baa been constructed on rational principles and represents the results of actual esperience In teach ing children to spell It Is theiefore a spelling book pure and simple It hat been prepared nn a definite psychological plan based upm an exam nation of the schools or neatly all the hrge cities of the country and a careful study of the actual spelling of many thousand pupils HowtoTrach Spelling Swiss Cheese Dried Beef Boiled Ham Canned Meats Fresh Eatables of ever kind nicely kj Bilious and Intermittent Fevers which prevail in miasmatic dis- Â¬ tricts are invariably accompan- Â¬ DoctorsSay The BestWar News ied by derangements of the Stomach Liver and Bowels Heston uu The Secret of Health The liver is the great driving wheel in the mechanism of man and when it is out of order the whole system becomes de- Â¬ ranged and disease is the result Willis Co b4Jriw 4tflcHbl OtncMw to run for of kt approval by th otmynn kom CotwcU 9if iJI Tutts Liver Pills Cure Eleelrle Uaat Franehlea Oaur Joh twill Mil to ll hlgtrt tnJbeit itrm City ill Liver Trouble S4lMCryHlltiOyjam VK DHUY CUyCUrk The Louisville Courier Journal It now publishing the fullest most accurate and most reliable war newt of any paper In the South or West It is de Â¬ voting all lit energies to making it riputatlcn for lit war reports and It certainly succeeding admlra bly The Courier Journal hat subordinated all other Issues to that ol the war Politics money civil service the tariff all are out of it now The war la the one topic discussed by the people and they want the news of It fresh and accurate The Courier Journal realbta this and U lupplvlng the demand as no other paper can do Courier Journal prints the The Twice-a-wce- k cream of the dsPy news It la Uiuid Wednesday and baturdav The price has recently been cut from I to jo cents a year making unquestionably the cheapest at well at the bestpsper published You get 104 six or eight page papers anywhere for jo cents the Twkea week Hy a special arrangement Couiler Journal and the Breckenridge Newt will be sent one year lor Oily 1 13 Subscriptions under this offer moat be cash and snnrt invariably be tent Utae tVeckeuIdge Newt Clovtrport Ky BAKERY iJCJ8eMsyMSflMt J t i I SYRuFrjHcpsili WQCJRKS w Breckenridge News WEDEN8DAY JONE 15 1808 - r e sy - - caftitovBiMwii Klf SINGLETON Farmors are needing rain Wheat is fine and will do to harvest next week Jack Ohism called on Flora Ohism Sunday Several from this place went to Bran Â¬ denburg Monday The party at Mr Dave Suela was a most onjoyable affair Mrs Eb Mills who was cripplod some time ago is no better 0 W Troutman who has been quite ill is convalescent Abo Bennett of Dixio is circulating among friends here this weok Miss Candaco DenellBallspont several days lost week near Battletown Ed Johnston Ekron was at his fath Â¬ ers near this place Wednesday Mrs I A Kendall and children spent last woek with her parents near Ekron Alvin Stiff was in our midst Sunday the guest of one of our fairest young ladies Mr and Mrs J U Chism spent Sun Â¬ day with their aunt Mrs Margarette Ohism Miss Mary A Peckinpaugb who was thrown from a horse recently is able to be out again Miss Anna Steepleton Brandenburg is visiting relatives at this place and Battletown Will Bennett was on the Flat Sunday Wonder if the wedding bells as usual wont chime soon The musical at Mrs Allens Thursday eve waa quite a success Everyone re- Â¬ ported a good time Mr Manie Steward was the guest of Miss Cora Singleton Thursday evening Jack did you ever get left M 0 Tompson and Frank Greer of Battletown were guests of Misses Biddie A and Martha L Chism Sunday The social given by Miss Ida and Flora Chism Tuesday eve was largely attended Those from a distance were Frank Greer Ben Curl Alvln Stiff and sister There is to be a box supper at Beech land Saturday night June 18 Let every- Â¬ body come and spend a pleasant even- Â¬ ing Beechland never does things by halves A certain young gentleman and young lady were seen passing by this place on their way home from Mrs J Singleton where they were warping a piece of car- Â¬ pet Misses Anna Steepleton Ida Chism Flora Chism Cora Singleton Ella Ben- Â¬ nett and Messrs Jess W Singleton J 0 Bruner M Stuart and J D Chism spent Sunday with Misses Pattle and Sallie Allen WP Oh HowTliankful Patn Was Maddening and Hope Had Been Abandoned -- Wonderful Results of Purifying tho Blood A very severo pain camo In my left knee which grew worso and worse and finally a soro broke out above tho knee it discharged a great deal and tho pain from my thigh down was maddening large hard purple spots appeared on my leg I suffered In this way for years and gavo up all hopo of over being cured My wlfo was reading of a case like mine cured by Hoods Sarsaparllla and she advised mo to try It I began taking It and when I had used a few bottles I found relief from my suffering Oh how thankful I am for this relief I I am stronger than I have ever been in my life I am in the best of health have n good appetite and am a new man altogether J P Moons Lisbon Falls Mains Is the best In fact the One True Blood Purifier Hoods Pills euro all liver Ills 23 cents HOOdS SpariHa and we hope no one will regret the trip Particulars will be glvon next week Everybody is cordially Invited to tho Childrens Day exorcises at the Metho Â¬ dist church next Sunday Dont forget please to brlnn along your spare change as this day is obsorxod for the purpose of collecting money for benevolent work and we hopo the childrens efforts to please you will merit a genorous col- Â¬ lection in return Our program which we append may seem somewhat lenghty bnt these dear little children are so willing and anxious to do that beforo we were aware wo had assigned quite at length yet wo feol sure you will not regret coming for it is largely tho work of tho cnildreu even llttlo tots 4 and 0 years of age which is always pleasing Miss Msggio Greenwood who was the promoter of tho recent strawberry and ice cream fete in the new Catholic church desires that I extend to all friends guests and assistants In the work her sincere thanks and kindly ap- Â¬ preciation for responding to her request It certainly reflected credit upon Miss Maggie and others who had it in chaige and we rejoice with her iu pleasing re Â¬ trospective memories of the pleasures of the happy occasion The Cuban question and political issues sink into insignificance with the man who sutlers from piles What ho most desires is relief DeWitte Witch Hazel Salvo cures piles Short Haynes WEBSTER Wheat harvest this week Orchard grass is pretty good this year Rev Felix Roberts preached here Sun Â¬ day night Progress and civilization cry atoud tor good roads Just now the school trustee is a very Important factor Bro Breeding failod to fill his appoint- Â¬ ment here Sunday Mrs Ansel Garden GuBton visited Mrs Brandon Garden This town still needs more people and more business enterprises Miss Ollio Payne of Bewleyville is visiting Miss Goln Orendoff The Misses Shumate of Big Spring are visiting Mrs II 0 Stewart Jas Skillman Oloverport was hero a portion of last week rusticating Miss Emma Kurla roturned last Fri Â¬ day from a visit to Daviess county Uncle Pat Lyddan returned last week from a visit to Washington county Mrs Margaret Colgan Louisville is visiting her danghter Mrs L II Ad Â¬ klsson Get up your 4th of July celebrators and turn your spread eagle orators loose this year Miss Dee Basham came over from HardlnBburg Sunday to attend Child Â¬ rens Day Dr T J Hendrlck is smiling in conse- Â¬ quence of the arrival of a little boy at his house recently Our church is boing treated to a new coat of paint this week which will add greatly to its appearance Bro Felix Roberts was hero Sunday and assisted in the singing which added greatly to the success of tho occasion This Is a patriotic year and the 4th of July should be generally celebrated Old Glory unfurled and the American eagle permitted to scream witli unwont- Â¬ ed vigor Along with tho splendid trio good churches good schools and good roads people have learned to associate another excellent trio good morals Intelligence and prosperity The Childrens Day exercises here wore well attended the children were thoroughly trained and acquitted them- Â¬ selves with credit The singing was highly complimented and altogether it was a red letter day for Webster 0 B English a former citizen of this community after several years sojourn in different sections of tho country re- Â¬ turned last Sunday With the exception of aging slightly Mr English seems un- Â¬ changed thoueh he noted many changes that had taken place here during his absence VVWVWA J GEO TEAKEL COS 4 JUNE - SREGIALS 4 198 50 Tow Linen Suits nicely made good thing for hot weather Sizes 34 to 43 a ok sk 5c 75 pes Lawns OrganÂ¬ 10c Hartshorn shades com Â¬ plete with fixtures Worth double the price window st1 i nr assasiisiai i 3c Law ns and Worth So Dome quick wont last long 100 pc dies Crepe Mulls were sold at 10c and 15c as long as they last at above price Tr w 25 pairs Calf oe nil uu tnf Wnnr TVctrta OVil lrnra nnrl mil rtniiasa ua aa u aaaunuuij J for our Specials from time to time Geo Yeakel nr iiiv iinnu raij Vil iViaaf TXTafjVli mavtraf nrlnn ww asi uuaa iiifki rv11 ai aii Oo Brandenburg Ky saa a THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be Cured An Eminent New Yprk Chemist and ScienÂ¬ Anger a Disease An English journal thus comments on Anger tho injurious effects of anger serves the unhappy mortal who in Â¬ dulges in it much the same as intoxi Â¬ cants constantly taken do the inebriate grows into a sort of disease which has riousand terrible results Sir Rich- UJuain Bald not long ago He is a ory rich indeed in physical power This is Jwliocan afford to bo angry true Every timea man becomes white or red with anger he is in danger of his life The heart and brain are the organs mostly affected when fits of passion ate indulged in Not only does anger cause partial paralysis of the small blood-vessebut the hearts action becomes in Â¬ termittent that is every now and then it drops a beat much the same thing as is experienced by excessive smokers i ls GUSTON Misses Clara and Flora Loeb of Vine Grove are visiting their sister Mrs Sig Loeb Mr Rufus Carter of Coy Carter Co Vine Grove made us a short visit the other day Mrs Sig Loeb and sister Flora spent last Monday in Irvington the guest of Mr F B Lyons family Hugh Hardaway has been quite ill but we are glad to note his improved condi- Â¬ tion at this writing Mrs Laura Wright of Stephensport has returned home after a visit to her mother Mrs Nancy Wright Miss Lena Drury Blanche Jolly and Hattie McCoy of near Bewleyville visit- Â¬ ed this place last week Mrs A A Baxter and little daughter Elsie are on a visit to Mrs Baxters fath Â¬ er Mr Lopp in Harrison county Ind Mrs Fred A Bush and children left Tuesday for their old home in Howell Michigan where they will spend the summer Nora Albright the 13 year old daugh- Â¬ ter of Horace Albright died of heart trouble last Wednesday and her remains were interred in the Buck Grove ceme- Â¬ tery Mrs George Livers with her little children arrived lastThursday from Den nison Texas She will spend sometime with her father-in-laMr Henry B Livers The Christian Endeavor Society was entertained at the homo of Miss Maude Adklsson last Friday evening and the young folks enjoyed themselves im mensely in the way of a spelling match Dr Bewley and family who are at pre Â¬ sent residing in Louisville are visiting Doctors father Mr Marvel Bewley and will go from here to Penrod Ky to visit Mrs Bewleys father Dr A D James of that place Mrs Leona Adklsson and Mrs E Mil ler both received letteis from their sons Kyle Adklsson and Frank Miller who joined the regulars of Tampa Fla The boys say they are having a good time and are much pleased with army life Heres luck to them Mr Lee Thompson Meyer shoe drum- Â¬ mer of Louisville made a short visit in this town last Friday and Saturday the guest of bis cousin Sig Loeb His mid Â¬ dle name is in honor of Mr Jim Thomp- Â¬ son of this county and Lee is one of the nicest young men that oyer visited this w Â¬ 8 M Geary Pierson Mich writes De Witts Witch Hazel Salve is curing more piles here to day than all other remedies combined It cures eczema Short and all other skin diseases Haynes TERRIBLE FATALITY Stroke of LlghtenlngTakes Away the Llfoof John Qist Hancock Clarion killed by a bolt of lightening on Thursday evening at 3 oclock The calamity occured on Laniars farm at Lawsons grist mill near Blackford creek while he and his two boys and Mr Lamar wore hauling clo- Â¬ ver Both of the boys were stunned by the stroke the older one on the wagon be Â¬ ing the more serious The smaller boy was knocked down and was found be- Â¬ tween his dead fathers legs but soon recovered The other boy was knocked Mr Chas Lamar for off the wagon whom they were working was badly stunned Deceased was 42 years old and leaves a wife and five children one being mar- Â¬ ried was instantly John Gist tist Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers The distinguished Now York chemist av T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ Si ery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis not more attractive than the display of fine and all bronchial throat lung and chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal affections general declino and weakness loss of flesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ ing away will send THREE FREE BOT Â¬ TLES all different of his New Discov- Â¬ eries to any afflicted reader of the Baece 4 lftisT3rsreA knridok News writing for them in our store We havo those fabrics that are adapted His New Scientific Treatment has to the season light airy cool comfortable clothes cured thousands permanently by Its that add to the health happiness and good looks of timely use and he considers it a simple professional duty to Buffering humanity the wearer and please the eye of tho beholder Now to donate a trial of his infallible cure dont think that because our store Science daily develops new wonders and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ Jot menting for years has produced results as beneficial to humanity as can he claimed by any modern genius His as sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ tion are curable in any climate is proven by heartfelt letters of gratitude filed in his American and European laborator tit ies in thousands from those cured in all parts of the world That wo cant give you as nice a selection of goods as you will find elseMedical experts concede that bron- Â¬ where We can beat most places in the variety of our stock and we excel chial chest and lung troubles lead to all other places in the reasonableness of our prices Besides Millinery and Cousumptlon which uninterrupted Dry Goods we sell Groceries Clothing Boots and Shoes and all articles means speedy and certain death Simply write to T A Slocum M 0 handled in a general store 98 Pine street New York givini poet office and exDresa address and the free medicine will be promptly sent Suffer- Â¬ ers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition Please tell tho Doctor that you saw his BSsf l offer iu the Breckenridqe News it 1 I if jassmmsj8SJ Barnums Circus 9 i Dress Goods and Millinery Is Here at Big Spring Â¬ YOUNG MEN Our Line of Neckwear and NATURAL BAROMETER Call and Examine asssssssssssssV Suffered 27 Tears With Kidney Trou r ble Mr G A Stillson a merchant of Tarn pIco 111 writes Foleys Kidney Cure 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 has made it such I had suffered twenty seven years with the disease and to day I feel ten years younger than I did one year ago I can obtain somo wonderful certificates of its medical qualities A It Fisher Clover port R A Shellman Stephensport Haynes Patesvillej E A Gordon Witt Hardinsburg Truths Tersely Told Tobacco Leaf Foretells Approach of Electric Storms Foleys Kidney Cure is a safe sure remedy for all kinds of Kidney and Blad- Â¬ Leaf tobacco is tlie greatest barometer der Diseases A R Fisher Clover that nature provides said James port R A Shellman Stephensport Phelap the well known tobacco man to Haynes Patesville E A Gordon a News reporter the other day Witt Hardinsburg The approach of an electrical storm is easily foretold When the leal begins to dry and crack it is because the atmos MARKET REPORTS phore is surcharged with the electric Oral a and Stock Quotations For June 11 fluid New York While the leaf is porus and greedily Beef Family 11 00312 00 extra mess 8 OCXS 70 packed 0 0OQ1Q 00 Cut meats absorbs moisture it will refuse to do so Ilckled bellies 037 pickled shoul- during a thunder shower although tons ders 4ic pickled hams 78o Lard of roln may fall 0 45 Westorn steam Pork Old mess 11 7012 25 Fenny Wise and Found Foolish Butter Western dairy HS17o creamery UUUc do factory ll10c Cheese State larre 8M36c small DQOKc part aro they who haye not Foleys Colic skims OVyQOHc full skims 23c Egc Cure as a safe guard in the family A State and Pennsylvania llQ12c wostern R Fisher Oloverport R A Shellman fresh lie Wheat 11 10 Corn 38lo Oats 32c Stephensport Gordon Haynes Pates Bye 7c ville E A Witt Hardinsburg Â¬ Furnishing Goods Prices are the Levers That Move Our Stock JACOB MEYER SAVED OUR LIFE Do Not Neglect the Kidneys and BIS SPRING KY IRVINGTON Mr Moasbargers sister of Louisville is visiting his family Mrs Hawea spent part of last week with her parents in Hawesville Roy Cain goes to Bewleyville every Sunday Its his old home you know T N McGlothlan and wife are at Camp Herndon but are expected home today Bro Heason will preach at the usual hours 11 a m and 7 p m next Sun Â¬ day Dont forget it Little Mary Mosobargerwho has been at school in Elizabethtown since last fall has returned home Miss Lena Drury of Bewleyville is to spend this week with us assisting the Childrens Day work Miss Lulu Lewis of Louisville is still a guest at Summer Seat the deligthful home of Mrs Ed Bennett Mrs W E Brown has returned home from a stay at her old home Mr Browns Bister accompanied her Miss Charlotte Herndon is convales- Â¬ cent and Misses Ada Smith and Annie Lee Bandy are able to be out again Master Earl Bennett is homo from college Earl is a fine specimen of young manhood and Is a fine bicyclist The marriage of Miss Ellen McGehee to Mr Mack Avitt is announced to take place on Wednesday morning June 22 at 10 30 oclock in the Baptist church A young gentleman asked me today if he might come to my house this week Queer isnt it how sly these boys are when a fair young lady is your expected guest Master James Edmond Carter was christened at the new Catholic church Sunday He will in future years point with pride to the fact that his was the Ant Christening in that handsome new church A number of Irvington people went to Webster Sunday to the Childrens Day exercises among them your scribe who enjoyed a pleasant day at the delightful and hospitable home of Mr and Mrs John Lyddan The exercises were oi a very pleasing character and the children did their several parts nicely Some one has reported that there will be an admission fee charged to the grounds on the day that Iter Sam Jones will preach here This Is a mistake which I have been requested to correct It la free to all who may wish to oowe Bladder Disorder of these important organs Ilrights disease rhoumatism pain in the back dropsy and other troubles Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your kidneys and bladder before you realize that anything serious is the matter Often these organs are neglected until that awful malady Brights disease has fastened upon you and death awaits its Many miraculous cures have 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 mod Â¬ ern times to be the most direct in action on the kidneys of any remedy known to medical science You can eat these tab Â¬ lets as you would candy Send for free booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all druggists or sent on receipt of price 50 conts and 1 Db N 0 Davis Frankfort Ind causes esBiiBSHSissjsmimj BEWLEYVILLE T Â¬ Ghlouge 4 UOgO 00 Cattle BeeTes cows and 3 402400 heifers Texas steers 3 G03 western S4 000 4 75 stockers and feeders 3 83ftfl 00 Hogs Yorkers 4 3034 C0rouhs com3 mon to good 3tf4 00 mediums and heavies 4 30 pigs 3 0Og4 00 Bbeep and Lambs Choice sheep 4 25a 0 5 fair 14 20iH 40 common S3 233 4 10 exports S3 00 choice lambs S4 60a 4 75 Â¬ town Every one in in this neighborhood was grieved to hear of the death of Mr Ephriam Wimp of Brandenburg Mr Wimp formerly lived near this place and was esteemed andloved by all who knew him He was one of the pioneer settlers of Hill Grove and accumulated consider- Â¬ able property 6 00 Wheat 05c 45c Corn 83c Oats 25c Rye Pittsburg Cattle Choice S5 1035 15 good 5 00 B 10 tidy butchers S4 704 85 fair 14 40 4 0034 30 heifers Q4 05 common 3 00 440 bulls stags and cows S2 2534 30 frech cows 20300 4 3534 40 Ilogs Yorkers mediums 4 454 00 fair 4 00 grassers 3 10 4 1034 20 3 10 beaTy rough 3 602 3 00 pigs 3 7034 00 4 0634 10 good Sheep Choice 4 063 3 854 00 common 4 10 fair o 00 lambs 4 0533 00 3 BEE KNOB E L Dowell was hero Sunday on his wheel Richard Sipes Groveland was here Sunday J L Wright was at home last week on the sick list Miss Amanda filpes is visiting Miss Bertha Foushee Mrs J L Wright and children spent Sunday with Mrs Downs and daughter Mr Tom Allen and daughter spent Sunday the guest of E M Dowell and family Mrs Nannie Foushee son and daugh Â¬ ter Fred and Nettle went to Hardin Saturday Sam Alien spent Sunday at home I fear the girls have gone back on him How about it Sam JoeFoorand family of Big Spring Elijah Dowell and famllyof Dickvisited in this neighborhood Sunday I think the Nkwb a splendid papen And this being my first attempt to send in a few items I hope they will not find their way to the waste basket Jxwsii Late to bed and early to roe prepares la the skies Early a man lor hie to bod ami a Little Early Kleer the pill that walcM life longer awl better and vrUer Short Jb Hay Little Pimples Turn to Cancer Cancer often results from an im- Â¬ in tho blood inherited from generations back Few people are en- Â¬ tirely free from some tuint in the blood and ft Is Impossible to toll when it will break out in the form of dreaded Can- Â¬ cer What has appeared to bo a mere piniplo or scratch has developed into the most malignant Cancer I had a flfivere Omncer whtah via at flwit only few blotches that I thought would soon pass away i was by 2B UulIklOa 4 3534 60 Cattle IlutcherV shipping 4 6534 00 steers 5 OOQB 25 good cows and helfeis 3 254 25 stockers and feeders 4 0010 00 Ilogs Yorkers 4 3034 15 roughs com 3 854 15 mon to good mediums and heavies 4 43 plgJ 4 0034 10 4 25Q Sheep and Lambs Sheep extra 4 30 good prime 5 OOrga 10 common 3 0033 00 choice lambs 5 4030 00 lst purity Cleveland 1 20 Yorkers and light mediums 4 20 stags and roughs and heavies 2 73 Hogs Sheep and Lanfbs Sheep 3 1034 00 lambs 3 8013 13 3 8534 70 heifers 3 30 Cattle Steers 64 25 cows and bullse 1 90Q3 03 413 00 several able treated physicians but in spite of their edorts the Can cer spread until mjr con dition became alarming After many months ol treatment and growing steadily worse I de cided to try 8 8 8 whloh was so strongly recommended The first bottle produced an lm continued Firovement and tn our months the last lit- Â¬ soab tle years droDoed off Ten T have elapsed ot and not a sign r the disease has returned a aillsburg Miss r WILLIAMS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Clnolanutl Wheat No 2 red 1 00 Corn No r mixed 34c Oats No 2 mixed 27Uc Rye 45c Lard 3 75 Bulk meats 15 87H- - Bacon -- 0 874 Cattle 2 704 60 Hogs 3 2534 20 8hecp 3 754J4 00 Mat tun fleeces X and above 253 Wool Ohio 20c XXand XX and abave 2930o de Â¬ laine 28o combing 29c W Cancer The disease is beyond the skill of physicians S S S is the only cure because it is the only remedy which goes deep enough to reach Oaneer It is dangerous to experiment with Wbeat Rye 43c 1 Toledo Corn 33V4o Cloverseed 3 28 01 Oats 25c Fresh Haltliaor Butter fancy creamery He 170 Kfg hoa Swifts Specific Is the only blood remedy guaranteed Purely Vegetable All others contain potash and mer- Â¬ cury the most dangerous of minerals Oostno Battermllk ToiUt Heap make Books on Cancer and blood diseases bHhy Sold by Swift Bpeeiflo Company the akin sort white mailed free rH7wbM SSSRIood I E Parker Sharoa WU writes have tried DeWttts Witch Haxftl Salve for itching piles and It always stops them in two minutes I eoaekler DeWlUs Witch Hasel Salve the greatest pile care Short A Hayae on the market a tri Jolly has a now Deering binder If you are sad sing and others will be sad with you in tho city Thursday on business Ho W N Drury and wife were visiting at reports tho condition of affairs in tho neighborhood of Gustou to be very Irvington Sunday bright and crop prospects were never Miss Ollle Payne visited relatives at Webster last week moie brilliant Fletcher Blanford came homo Thurs Â¬ day for a short visit II1-V-David Hardaway ia helping undo Tom harvest hay and wheat Mrs 0 D Hardaway sprained an ankle recently by a fall from a horse A Book for Young and Old Mrs Elizabeth Lewis visited Mrs 0 H Drury several days lost week OUR WE CURE Miss Lena Drury will spend next week RECORD NERVOUS at Irvington with Mrs It M Jolly Esti 1878 The B V It 0 will meet Friday June BLOOD 17th with Miss Julia Greenwood 250000 Ernoet Hardaway wife and baby are DISEASED PRIVATE visiting Mr and Mrs T P Hardaway MEN Hoy Gain according to usual custom DISEASES attended services in nur church Sunday CURED Alfred Payne and Miss Mary Paul at- Â¬ tended CbildiensDay at Webster tiiiu day last CURED Mr Anslfin Clarkson and daughter YOUNG HAN Miss Lucy wero over at Brandt nburg when ignorant of tha terriblo crlmo you were committing DM you only oonimer Saturday tbs fascinating allurements of this ovll habitT When too lalo to ovoid tho ter- Â¬ Hon Chits Ulanford attended court at riblo results wero your eyes oixned to OweuMiorti from Sunday night to Wed Â¬ your perur uiu you inter on in rnan linod contract anv lKI VAT11 or ULUUU nesday utglit dlieasor Were you cured T Do you now and then seo some alarming tymptonisf Miss Sallie Hawkins of Hardinsburg Daro you marry in your nreient con Â¬ Vou know dition IIKK FATHKB Â¬ who has been visiting relatives herowJiiu hlliV BON If married aro you con Is marriage a returned home stantly living in dread allure wlln you on account or any new Â¬ Mrs Kate Richardson was the guest of ness caused by early abujo or later ex eessesT Have Toil been rfnined nlth her aunt Mrs Alonzo Bonnett tho mercury This booklet will point out to you tha result of these erlmea and point greater part of last week out how our NKW METHOD THBAT-MKNT will positively euro you It Mr and Mrs Gilbert Kasey went up shows bow thouiuin Js have been saved bv into Meade county Saturday evening to our NKW UUKATMKNT It prove how we can lUAKANTKK TO CUKK visit Mrs Kajeys parents ANY ClMAllfcB CASK Oil NO lAY We treat and euro KMISHION8 Edwin Jiffy of Irvington visited VA11ICOCKIK BYlJUMB 1USKT Ilurlbut Gain from Tuesday til Saturday last week Gome agaia Edwin diseases Some vicious dogs got into Charlie CURES GUARANTEED Drurys flock of sheep Thursday HaornlBg sent free by The Wages of Bin klllhsg one and wouadlBg 1m eKMing so sump unnbla uunmiuiA iiu HHM aall writ for If ts Hugh Hardaway of Gustos la critic iQ ally ill This is a soure ol universal gret throughout tha community vUltod Wlllard Hlm Henderson Overton Bl an lord Saturday before QbiU 122 W FOURTH STREET drens Day and alto Tuesday night alter CINCINNATI O Mm W N Drury bow owjm new G Anderson one of Meade countys prosperous farmers and capitalists was Prospects are Brilliant J J mm Ill of n buggy Suppose she Intends to do a lot of visiting and I will let her set me down on her list Wm Gain Sr has been away all week attending Dibtrict Conference at Leitch fleld He may possibly have looked up a little business of a different nature Yes Mrs Grinnell we of the B V B 0 did just fairly efferverce when we ren Â¬ dered the Star Spangled Banner at our last meeting Glad you could find word to express it Why dont you coe tegainy Altobert Morris Stith arrived at the Rome of Mr and Mrs Z T Stith last Wednesday June 8th to be a perma nent inmate of their home and hearts We welcomo the little stranger and ex Â¬ tend congratulations to the proud par Â¬ ents Misses Lena Drury and Florence Cafa went over to Brandenburg Saturday ai teruoou to attend tho elocutionary con- Â¬ test and visit friends A good time is asÂ¬ sured being iu possession of such excel- Â¬ lent people for friends as they have there 250000 iarftJ I havo received a certificate of dslega- Hon to tho Stato Sunday school Conven Â¬ tion from the president ot the Brecken ridge County Convention V G Bab bage I feel hlghlyShe nored and am grateful to whoever grautSAme the favor Nothing would delight mo nHu than to go but it is impossible for me toWnpasg all tho difficulties la the way Bwi 0 every effort at Sunday school and i interest In It he Inert need Nora Albright daughter of Mr andM Mrs Horace Albright died at her home Wednesday June 8th at 2 oclock p m 6bo was In iter oovootoonth yar a lovÂ¬ able girl and it is so sad that dteeeee Â¬ rRfi Kennedy Kergan ffiffliiAM Â¬ should lay her ruthless hand upoa one so young but ia the other life upoa which she has entered there will he no sickness or death but a ceaeelen round of Joy aad peace Several frieade attend ed the funeral aad burial eervlees at Buck Grove A Were1 te PhyileUai Do you kaow that many broad mind Â¬ ed phyeieieM are wring Foleys Honey aad Tar Syrup la their praeUee They haye tested no remedy that aeve aeeati faeiory reeolte for all throat aad Jang eompiidate m this greet cough medloia A BTUher Oloverport K A8aeluan Bteahenaport Gordoa Haynes Pates villa S A WilL HanUaabug