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Vr p Tj VL IHr XlJjJ VOL XXII IMdKEMliDGE NEWS ALvLv THR NEiWS THATS KIT TO PRINT 1898 CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 22 Rojrl mtktt the food NO 49 SAVED OUR LIFE ARE THEYTHERE S wholeaom and dtlclouf port night like a door opening into tuo livid fire of a titanic furnace A crater big enough to hold a church was blown out of the side of the Cayo Smith and was clearly seen from the ships Shanghai Juno 17 Admiral Von Dlcdrlch it Is semi officlally asserted left Nagaskl Japan for Manilla on receipt of instructions from Berlin to prevent Admiral Dewey from bombard Â¬ ing tho city and also because Captain General Augustl offered the German consul the Caroline islands as a coal- Â¬ ing station in case operations should bo undertaken against Manilla Gibraltar Juno 17 Tho Spanish trans Atlantic liner San Augustine has arrived here from Cadiz for tho purpose of shipping 1800 tons of coal She has been detained by the British authori- Â¬ ties pending a guarantee that tho coal is intended for purely commercial pur- Â¬ poses Washington June 17 The war de- Â¬ partment expects to uftllizo approxi- Â¬ mately 35 transports In the expedition for tho invasion of Porto Rico The es- Â¬ timate is made that the 35 vessels will carry between 15000 and 20000 men with their equipments and subsistence Washington June 17 It is well un- Â¬ derstood hero that Germany has sent her five worships to Manilla In aid of Spain and Admiral Dewey has been ordered to attack the Kaisers ships at tho first sign of interference MADE THEM BUH War liojt CliHied Into the Wood Washington June 16 The navy de Â¬ partment was greatly rellovcd by re- Â¬ ceipt of news that the little band of American marines whohad planted the flag on Crest Hill and were defending it night and day against heavy odds wero not only safo but wore strongly reinforced by 1600 Cubans from the commands of Garcia and Rabl and were now strong enough to moro than hold their own It was disclosed In a dispatch from Admiral Snmpson and brought relief The early re- Â¬ to the naval officials ports had Indicated that the marines wero surrounded and It was feared that they might be compelled to return to the ships before General Shatters invading army reached there on Fri Â¬ day Tho coming of the Cuban forces seems to have been In the nick of time and naval officials gave thefftllest cred- Â¬ it to tho timeliness of this Cuban co- Â¬ operation The admirals dispatch stated that tho condition of the marines was en- Â¬ tirely satisfactory which assurance al Â¬ though brief was enough to relievo officials here of the fears they had en- Â¬ tertained But probably the most significant feature of the admirals dispatch was the statement that the Cuban general Jesus Rabl had occupied Acerraderos only eight miles from Santiago and practically a suburb of that Spanish stronghold This is looked upon as a fine military stroke for Acerraderos is the port where iron wharves will afford facili- Â¬ ties for unloading the heavy artillery carried by General Shatters Invading expedition Tho constant reports that Germany is on the eve of making a serious issue in tho Philippines are unaccountable to officials hero who have tho most di- Â¬ rect and positive information that Germany has never contemplated such p step and Is not now moving toward Its execution either alone or with other powers The Spanlli - Report That American Have Arrived Troops R0YAI in the vicinity and killed about 40 Spaniards Ono American mnrino was slightly Two Cubans vmo killed and wounded four wounded It Is impossible to estimate the num Â¬ ber of Spaniards engaged owing to their guerrilla methods of fighting but It Is believed there were at least 400 HAVE YOU GOT If so 20 Do Not Neglect the Kidneys and Bladder Invest in Government THEY LAND NEAR SANTIAGO frr That Town is to Be Attacked By Them Without Delay lii Camp McCalla Guantanamo Harbor Juno 16 At 10 oclock Tuesday even- Â¬ ing tho scouting party sent out in the A New Popular Loan morning returned to camp with 18 sued Spanish prisoners one of them an of- Â¬ ficer Bonds lias Been Is POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL lAKHI POWMIt CO HW TOM I I Madrid Juno 20 A private dispatch received hero from New York says General Shatters expedition has land Â¬ ed near Santiago de Cuba and will at- Â¬ tack the town Immediately Off Ouantanamo June 20 Accord Â¬ ing to reports made by Cuban scouts the inhabitants of Calmanera have strewn the streets with straw and oil with the Intention of destroying the city and fleeing to the hills Starving and famine stricken con vlnfiJ of tho ultimate triumph of the AfuKcan arms and without faith in the protection of the Spanish soldiery the jjeople have determined to leave heir houses in ashes The people are eating horses and mules and aro scouring the hills for fruits and herbs Occasional brief bombardments by the American fleet leavo the helpless citizens terror stricken no preparations for defense being made Tho Spanish gunboat at Calmanera has been loaded with Inflammables and will be burned with the city her com- Â¬ mander declaring that she will never become an American prize The Spanish soldiers are in almost as complete a state of panic as are tho civilians and they could easily bo In- Â¬ duced to surrender Some of tho prisoners taken by the marines sy they believe the Spanish troops are on the verge of surrender owing to the lack of food l h 8 NP ffi 1 p f Santiago de Cuba June 20 The American cunnera last Thursday spraftil Keck and ruin everywhere as revealed uy carerui inspection oi tne fortifications along the crest of tho hills defending Santiago harbor Tho vultures which circled on level wings over the hills as thick as swal- Â¬ lows around a chimney for hours after the firing ceased furnished gruesome evidence of the fatality among the Spanish soldiers The most ominous token of death flew from Morro castle The saffron flag of Spain was halfmasted for sev- Â¬ eral hours The significance of this is not known It Is not customary to halfraast flags but possibly somo Spanish leader was killed by the heavy Are of our guns though somo officers of the squadron believe that the flag was halfmasted as a notification to the Americans that Lieutenant Hobson and his brave men had been murdered Off Key West Fla June 20 A Cuban pilot named Juan Santos who arrived hero on board an American warship reports that ho entered Santiago de Cuba and found there a Spanish gar Â¬ rison of 15000 men He adds that the vessels of Admiral Cerveras fleet lying at that port ure the urmored crutBcrs Cristobal Colon Vlzcaya qnd Almlranto Oquendo two small cruisers two torpedo boats and tho Relna Mercedes The pilot further says that the Span- Â¬ ish war vessels are fully manned but that the crews are discouraged and dis Â¬ appointed of greater dimensions than any hereto- Â¬ fore discussed with Porto Rico as Cadiz Juno 20 Captain Aunon says the objective point he fears it will bo impossible for Ad- Â¬ A month ago tho military authorities miral Cervera to escape but that he were satisfied that a small force would Is convinced that Cervera will lake the be sufficient to occupy Porto Rico as Art opportunity for an exchange of the Spanish force there did not exceed compliments with tho Americans 5000 or 6000 men Now however the Spanish garrisons Off Santiago do Cuba June 20 Spies havo been so reinforced and the de- Â¬ report to Admiral Sampson that the fences strengthened that it is believed Spanish general Joral and several a much larger invading army will bo pfllcers were killed by the gun other required cotton explosions at the first trial on Morovcr the officials wero satisfied the batteries by the Vesuvius on learning that the Cadiz fleet had Hongkong Juno 20 The British salted that the ships would go to Porto stamer Yuen Sang which arrived from Rico rather than to Cuba if they Manilla on June 14 reports that on crossed to this side leaving Manilla she sighted a number of vessels believed to be American The Matanzas Cuba Juno 18 transports Spaniards aro spoiling for a fight and they anticipate that after defeating ALLEGED AGREEMENT the American fleet they will invado Between the Philippine Insurgent and Florida whero General Molina has tho AmerlcHii Admiral promised his troops to put the entire Madrid Juno 18 The text of the population to the sword Berlin letter dated June 4 and read In tho cortes on Thursday purporting to Washington June 18 When Gen Â¬ be the text of an agreement signed eral Miles was asked If he expected an April 24 at Singapore betoween Aguln early fight in Cuba ha said that is what aldo the insurgent leader and the the troops have gone for American consul there regarding the future government of the Philippines Hongkong June 18 Advices from an agreement afterward orally ratified Manilla say that the insurgents havo at Hongkong by Admiral Dewey is captured the family of Governor Gen Â¬ published here eral Augustl In this ngreement Agulnaldo under- Â¬ MOBE BIG SHELLS takes to organize a republican govern- Â¬ ment under the protectorate of the Thrown Into the Fortification at Santl a co lie Cuba United States with the assistance of Off Santiago de Cuba June 17 At iwo or three American delegates as daylight Thursday morning Rear Ad- Â¬ counsellors The ports of tho archi Â¬ miral Sampsons fleet bombarded the pelago are to be opened to foreign batteries at Santiago de Cuba for the trade and Immigrants with certain re- Â¬ third time strictions against the Chinese For hours the ships pounded the bat- Â¬ Tho folowing clauses promise Judi- Â¬ teries at the right and left of tho cial and other reforms the expulsion entrance only sparing EI Morro where and abolition of tyranlcal religious Lieutenant Hobson and his companions orders tho freedom of the press pro- Â¬ of the Merrlmac are In prison tection to Spanish residents provision The western batteries against which for the return of Spanish officials to the main assault was directed were development of badly wrecked One was utterly de- Â¬ Spain and the general the country stroyed In others many guns were dismounted Washington June 18 Tho return to At first the Spaniards replied pas- Â¬ Washington of General Miles from inspiring effect upon sionately and wildly but lmpotently Tampa bad an Then most of the guns were deserted the war preparations ship was struck nor a man in- Â¬ The general had a busy day calling Not a be- Â¬ Alger consulting the jured on the American side It Is upon Secretary lieved that the enemys loss of life was Â¬ chiefs of the staff departments and giving the department the benefit of his heavy As a preliminary to the hammering observations at Tampa given the batteries the dynamite Â¬ Secretary Alger said that ho was enwas given another tirely satisfied with the condition of cruiser Vesuvius250 pound charges of troops as reported by General Miles chance Three the gun cotton were sent over the fortifica- Â¬ and wished that he had the means to entrance provide every one of the volunteer sol- Â¬ tions at the Tho design was to drop them In tho dally surf baths such as was en- Â¬ diers bay around the angle back of tho joyed by tho men at Tampa eminence on which El Morro is sit- Â¬ Plans are moving forward steadily uated where it was known that the for sending further expeditions both to Spanish torpedo boat destroyers were Porto Rico and Cuba There Is little lying llkellbod that a second expedition of Two charges went through as no ro 6000 men to reinforce General Shatter ports were heard a peculiarity of the at Santiago will leavo within the next explosion of gun cotton in water fow days as has been reported Whether tho destroyers were demol Â¬ The necessity of sending theso addi- Â¬ questioned by high mili- Â¬ ished la not known but the destructive tional forces is gun tary officials and moreover the means area of be cotton is large and It surprising it it Is subse Â¬ would not of trasportlng such a force are not quently ascertained that one or both available were destroyed The third charge ex- Â¬ The main consideration just at pres- Â¬ ploded with terrific violence on Cayo ent la the equipment of an expedition Smith From where the fleet lay the entrance DeWitts Little Early Risers In the black to the harbor looked The famous little pill United States Camp East Side of En- Â¬ trance to Guantanamo Bay Juno 16 Lieutenant Colonel Robert W Hunt- Â¬ ington and the United States marines made their flrst aggressive movement against tho Spanish guerrillas Tuesday and completely routed the enemy Tho force of marines was under Cap Â¬ tain Elliott and the co operating Cubans were under Colonel Labordo The combined forces razed a Spanish camp about five miles from the Amcrl 4 can position destroying the only well The Secrotary of the Treasury tells us is inviting subscriptions from the people of the United States for 200 000000 of the 3 percent loan just authorized by Congress Tho bonds will sell at par for the next 32 days and you can invest as low as 20 and as high as 10 Washlngon Juno 16 By a vote of 000 They will begin to draw 3 percent interest from Aug 1st of presour year 209 to 91 the house of representatives adopted the Newlands resolutions pro- Â¬ They are redeemable in coin at the plea Â¬ viding for the annexation of Hawaii sure of the Government after ten years The voto in feupport of the resolutions from the date of their issue aud are due LOCAL flARKETS was made up of 179 Republicans 18 and payable August 1st 1018 The in Â¬ Reported by Heston Willis Company Democrats 8 Populists and 4 Fusion terest on the bonds aro payable quarter- lsts the voto against annexation com- Â¬ ly 1itonucK prised 77 Democrats 3 Reputilicans 7 The subscriptions to tho bonds must Wool tub washed 2o28 Populists and 4 Fusionists be paid in the full when tho Govern- Â¬ Wool greae clean 20 ment acceps the offer of tho purchaser Wool grease burry STEPHENSPORT 1218 which will be according to the priority Censing 2 252 50 May apple root 2c Mrs Gllliland lroaton is at the First come first served 2023 The Secretary of tho Treasury will Yellow Root Don ell House Old hens 1520 each Mrs John Bennett of Louisville is receive in paymont for bonds postoilice 15 each money orders payable at Washington Spring chickens large visiting Mrs R X Smith 1012 D 0 and check bank drafts and ex Â¬ Spring chickens medium Miss Mabel Moorman of Yolvlngton 810 press money orders collectible in tho Spring chickens small is visiting Mrs L T Roberts 8c doz cities of New York Boston Philadelphia Egga Little Mia Helen Dowell is in Mor Baltimore 75c bu Washington Cincinnati Nen potatoes gautown tho guest of friends and rela Chicago St Louie Now Orleans aud San Green beans 7Jc gal tives 2Jc lb Francisco All money ordors and bauk New cabbage 30c gal Eugene Gllliland has secured drafts must bo drawn in favor of the Raspberrys Prof TenJency to loner prices on all vege Â¬ our school and will bfgiu work August Treasurer of the United States The First class butter in de Â¬ money oiders and bank checks so re- Â¬ tables and egg 8th Several of our young people attended ceived will be forwarded for collection mand at 15c per pound Childrens Day exercises at Union Star by tho department and as soon as the returns are obtained the subscriber wil Millions Given Away Sunday It is certainly gratifying to the public Rev B A undid lias returned from be credited with the amount of his sub Leitcbfield whoie he attended District script ti as of the dato of collection to know of one concern in the land who The Secretary will oIbo recoive in pay Â¬ are not afraid to be generous to the needy Conference ment for the bonds certificates of deposit and suffering The proprietors of Dr Dud Roffof Evansville Epent several issued by the United States in the above Kings New Discovery for Consumption days last week with his mother Mrs named cities These certificates of do Coughs and Colds have given away Lowis Koflf posit may bo obtained from and Assis over ten millions trial bottles of this Mrs Chas Watliugton is visiting her tant Treasurer great medicine and have tho satisfaction parents Capt and Mrs R T Williams IN EXCHANGE TOR GOLD COIN of knowing it has cured thousands of of Evansville Ind Asthma Bronchitis Old certificates standard silver dollars hopeless cases Mrs Vaughan Louioville is here to silver certificates United States notes of Hoarseness and all diseases of the throat spend the summer with her son Robt 1800 and national bank notes and tho chest aud lungs aro surely cured by itN W Vuughan Haynes druggist and subscriber will be credited with the Call on Short Miss Mitta McCubbins went to liar amount of his subscription as of the date get a trial bottle free Regular sza 50c dinsburg Sunday and from that place of the certificate of deposit The Secre- Â¬ and l Every bottle guaranteed or she will go to Fordsville to stay several tary will also receive currency sent by price refunded days registered mail or express direct to tho Messrs Evarts English and Herman Treasury Department QOOD TEACHERS Lay went to Hardinsburg last week and For the mutual convenience of the We subscribers and the department a blank Have Been Secured by Prof Hancock took tho teachers examination wish them success form of letter to accompany remittances ForThlsTcrm Mies Emma Allen of Omaha Neb has been prepared and it may be ob Â¬ Prof Hancock who will conduct the returned homo last week accompanied tained at the offices of national and state by Miss Bettie Allen who will reside banks geneially at the several sub Cloyerport school during the coming Treasuries of the United States at any term has secured the services of Frank with relatives there The members of the Baptist church money order poetoflice and at any ex- Â¬ Beavens Miss Mary Moorman and Miss Wo press office Anna Kaitt as assistants They are all met Saturday to call a pastor understand they have called Rev Fer- Â¬ The bonds will bo dated August 1808 proficient teachers aud will add materi Â¬ ret of Louisville but dont know yet and they will be delivered to subscribers ally to the success of the term whether or nut lie will accept free of expense for the trausportation as soon after that date as possible The Late to bed and early to rise prepares Do Tou Bead bonds wilt be accompanied by a check a man for his home in tho skies Early What people are saying about Hoods for the amount of intorest due the sub to bed and a Little Early Riser the pill Sarsaparilla 7 It is curing the worst scriber from the date of his payment to that makes life longer and better and caseBof scrofula dypepsia rheumatism August 1 1803 wiser Short Haynes and alt forms of blood diseases eruptions All remittances aud other communisorer bolls and pimples It is giving cations relative to thla loan should be Big Crop Reduction strength to weak and tired women addressed to the Secretary of the Treas Win II Hawkins of Hltoa Run was Why should you hesitate- to take it when ury Divison of Loans and Currency in the city Saturday Speaking of the it is doing so much for others Washington D C All subscriptions must be received at tobacco crop in his vicinity he said Hoods Villi are the best family cath About one third of the crop has been Washington aric and liver tonic Gentle reliable the Treasury Department ruined by the drought in our vicinity D C not later than 3 oclock p in No sub The last rain afforded n good tobacco Wednesday July 14 1818 XA O dL fit 37 KM XIHawAlways Bought scriptions received alter that date and season aud several of our farmers took You jflto Bmt the advantage of it by transplanting their hour will be considered Slgnatora crop L J Gaqk Secretary Tho party also captured 100 Mauser rifles and 10000 rounds of ammunition They report having had a series of engagements with the Spaniards In which 100 Spanish soldiers were killed and 200 wounded They also destroyed a Spanish block- Â¬ house and telegraph station through which the Spaniards had been keeping Guantanamo and Santiago informed of tho movements of American troops UNCLE SAM PAYS 3 PER CENT that he Â¬ Disorder of these important organs causes Brights disease rheumatism pain In tho back dropsy and other troubles Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your kidneys and bladder before you realize that anything sorioua is the matter Often these organs pre neglected until that awful malady Brights disease has fastened upon you and death awaits its victim Many miraculous cures have been wrought bv a course of treatment with Dr Davis Kidnoy Tablets These tablets are put up in the shape of a kid- Â¬ ney bean aud the formula has beon pro- Â¬ nounced by the b st physicians of mod Â¬ ern times to bo the most direct in action on the kidneys of any remedy known to medical science You can eat theso tab Â¬ lets as you Mould candy Send forfreo booklet on kidney dlbeasm Sold by all druggists or sent on receipt of price 50 cents and 1 Dn N O Davis Fiankfort Ind Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ O of tZLmzj M KEEP THE MEMBERS OF COOL A AND BE HAPPY FOR A PPPPPPPk PPPHHH DAY hhhhhhhhK i ppH PPB pppppp PPPl hbssI LK H hhhH d St Roses Church MtLL GIVE BARBECUE AND HON DAVID R hhhhf h h PPMl ilPPPHH BMlBiH IHbI PPPH iPPH Ih HHHi There will be plenty of Refreshments Music Dancing and out door sports to help beguile the hours in a happy wanner The woods are shady and oool a breeze is always aMrriag and the absence of ohiggers ticks and moequitos re morse every excuse to stay away A PATRIOTIC SPEECH will be made by MURRAY I If he is not in Cuba fighting his countrys battles Theroll be more fun than at an old fashioned oirous Be neighborly and ohum with us for a day Forget your troubles and help share our joy We assure everybody a oordial weloome and will give our visitors the lions share out of the skillet of pleasure AT LA LaHEISTS GROVE SATURDAY JULY 2 f uanaauM - vmKw n HXwJWMwWMm WJVI THEl BlRmOKBtNmiDQK NELWB OLOYBRPORT KY BRECKENRIDGE Wjf Wiw TT NEWS MANIFEST DESTINY of manifest destiny that a century after Jefferson had Vi Q Btultge Edltori nsd FrprWtr faa D successfully launched his policy of terri- Â¬ the United States torial expansion WEDNESDAY JUNK 122 1808 should be reaching her arms out into tho Atlantic and Pacific to gather lu new territory Hawaii and tho 1htlllplnes arn immensely rich in their natural re Â¬ sources and boundless possibilities Should they become a part of American domain they will become rich fields for action and will give opportunities for the employment of Yankee rapltal and euterprlne Victories of pence will be won thoro that hIiaII redound to the honor and glory of thu Republic The expansion to our commerce that will re- Â¬ sult lu Pacific waters will build an um Â¬ pire on tho coast states ot California Washington and Oregon that will vie in wealth and population with the com monwealths of the End Such an ex Â¬ pansion will not result In Imperialism or any teudency in that direction Thosu who argue to the contrary question the stability of the national character and deÂ¬ AMERICAS HEART preciate tho strength aud fitness of our form of government If our character Men say tis the age when science leads That the worlds too busy for Idle dreams is not equal to the responsibilities that attend the growth of a great nation and Competition and strife for Its selfish needs if our form of government cannot adapt Are Its present alms and Its only themes itself to people who are striving for Not so I For Americas heart Is young liberty then it is it failure humanity is And the young heart leaps at the clarions a failure and the sooner the crash comes the better It Is hardly possible song though that as a nation we will be tiled in ttie balance and found naming Aye ever thanl God shall Ideals reign There is a glorious destiny yea a sucred Oer the great sad heart of humanity destiny awaiting this country and the Which pulsates and thrills with those conditions that make It imperative for us to take up new territory aro means hidden strains That breathe of the souls yearning sym- toward its achievement pathy r Olympia Sailoiis on the call men to duty with clarion strong have presented Senator Billy Mason with That Charity suffereth a Spanish 11 ig If Billy could only flaunt Then whisper them the captured rag in the face of thu long White House rcconccutradoes his cup of happinecH would be full Sing on then ye poets both bold and free Sing Sing for pure love of the stirring Tnu sugar trust has absorbed the strain whiskey trust Were it not that water And give your hearts to the melody and mint have as yet escaped the For Americas heart spurns mere lust for clutches of thu combine the aveiage gain Kentucky Colonel would declare life not That heart as of old yearns to flee away wortlillie living From mere sordid strife with the things of Hih yellow jacket and peacock feather clay has been restored and Li Hung Chang is hack In favor David Bennett Hill of Woolferts Boost should consider this a Qo Uiisa Amkiiica I good omen aud take heart and rejoice Quo hades vadis Cadiz fleet Gov BitADLKV has issued a proclamaGood roads annihilate distance tion calling upon the citizens in each county in the state to form relief organ Â¬ Bad roads are a stumbling block in the izations to support those dependent upon way of progress soldiers while the latter are in the field It seems in the nature SOCIAL GOSSIP The visiting young ladies to tho city were elegantly entertained Saturday evening at the home of the Misses Jar boo e Dyspepsia Degrades its victims It puts them in the power of tho weakest organ of tho body and makes them its slaves They must eat to suit it drink to suit it and live a lonton lifo of self denial SIX PAGES Grand Clearance Sale Preparatory to our removal to the newstore which will be com Â¬ pleted about Sept thirty days 1 Mr and Mm O B Sklllman entertain Â¬ ed Saturday evening lu honor of their victors Misses Ellztbeth Sklllman and EfUe Boston Miss Alllene Murray entertained Miss Anna Hambteton and Ed Goodnight at a pansy tea at her home High Lawn Wednesday ovenlng of last week Â¬ There gathered at the hoapitablo homo of Mr and Mis A B Sklllman last Fri Â¬ day evening a crowd of young people who were sumptuously entertaiued by MIrs Kllz ib th Sklllman in honor of her guest Miss Eflie 1osten of Louisville The Klondike social at the Baptist parsonage last Friday night was a most enjoyable event A large crowd of peo-Â¬ ple partook of refreshments and were royally entertained Ice cream cake and sherbert were served and a neat sum was realized for tho church Mr Frank Falrlelgh of Louisville came to the city Monday evening While here he will be the guest of his aunt Mrs J D Babbsge Frank has been at tending school in Boston Mass prepar- Â¬ ing himself to enter tho field of news paperdom He is endowed with an ex- Â¬ ceptionally bright mind aud will some day become a star in his chosen profession Â¬ AYERS PILLS have cured many bad cases of dyspepsia they will euro you if you aro suffering from that disease Mrs II B Anderson 15 Williams Street Grand Rapids Mich writes Avert Pilla cured me of dyapepsU from which I had Buffered for threo yean They beat every other medi- Â¬ cine we offer the following low prices for the next Groceries 17 Tinware Etc 1 Dry Goods Etc r Shirting Calico best 10c Standard Dress Calico 15c 4o lbs Granulated Sugar BllbsO Sugar Sugar 0 pks Arbuckle Coffee 8 lbs Good Green Cofieo 1 2 Bars Best Laundry Soap 20 lbs N O 1 1 1 1 00 2qtGovored thicket 00 4 qt Covered Bucket Oqt Covered thicket 00 8 qt Covered Bnckrt 00 Bin Wash Pan 00 2PintCupa 26 6c Cc to 10c flu to 12Jc 20c Co lqtCup i gal Cup 5c 4c 5c AYERS PILLS Cure Helnzs Pickles Beans Mustard Wo have just opened an elegant Hue Chile Sauce and Prepared Dressof Queensware Gbwnr and ing just received and at lowest Graniteware which- w offer at prices rock bottom prices Â¬ - Shirting Cotton Cottonadfi If onslor Cotton Great Western Cotton Good Bleached Cotton Hope Cotton Lonsdale Cotton Organdies Ladirs Hoso Mens Hose Best Cotlonade Pants 4c 5c 5c OJc 8c 8itollc 5c to 25c 5c to 25c 50c Â¬ Dyspepsia lection of photographs and cuts pertain Â¬ ing to the Spanish American war a his Â¬ tory of our navy Cuba and the Hawaiian Islands Ho files away all tho papers In which are articles of importance bearing on this war Give us some moro such boys Highest Price Paid For Gountry Produce 2W man-of-wa- 1 I I eujoyed The New Crusade or para- Â¬ 1 hXs j s 1OHTEV - MISS KKKIK MAY A charming Louisville visitor at Cedar wood with Miss Elizabeth Sklllman When the Katie takes a party of railroad officials on an outing to Falls of Hough it is a hundred to one shot that every member of the party has a gay old time A party consisting of Mr Fred Hudson family and sister Mrs Weed of BrooKlyn N Y H O Mor luc wife and sister-in-laMiss Annie Hughes of Chicago Geo Lampkin W II Mcliride and Itldgley Cayce are now sojourning at that delightful place By the way information comes that George Lampkins wife is witli the crowd This is interesting if true Mark Bay Hanna lie jes lay Ioat an uufiiu BIG SPRING Jim Witt of Jiosetta was calling in Thk gloom at Madrid Is as dense as town Sunday afternoon Spanish iguorance The farmers are all busy harvesting Tiik crown of Spain is ho heavy that and report the wheat good thu Queen recent finds it adillicult thing Morris Jacob was in Vine Grove Sat- Â¬ to throw away urday the guest of Miss Flora Loeb Foster Lyons Jr of Irvington was Youku Mr Leiter has the coiiBolatiou of kuowing that a Napoleon without a the gutBt of Miss Hortense Miller lost Waterloo would be no Napoleon at all Sunday again Scckglory at the cannons mouth lluichotil in a liirhtkume tone nuy some iliv Hut let me say 1 wont neglect to use my own BRANDENBURG Excursions are the fad this week Eugeue Fontaiuo came up from Owens boro to spend Suuday Capt ltyan spent Sunday with his wife at Mr and Mrs Bishops A party of us will go to the picnic at West Point next Saturday Sulphur Well or CaAp Herndon bids fare to be as popular as ever this season There were too many people hero to atteud the school exercises to attempt to name them Will McGehee a popular clerk from the Mammoth has eijoyed a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs J A McGehee Mr H C Woodbon at a depth of 120 feet has struck strongsulphur water back of his mill just below the court house Mrs Stewart Peckenpaugh returned to Louisville last Saturday from a visit to her parenuj Mr and Mrs J A Mc Â¬ Gehee Mr Burton spent Saturday at Grayson Springs with the graduating class of Vine Grove College but wilt be back this week I Jim Horned visited one of the fairer sex in thu neighborhood of Constantino last Saturday and Sunday Miss Irene Board of Hardinsburg is tlio charming guest of Mrs E W Jones Tiik Kstrella buttery at Santiago lias and other relatives here been again reduced for the steontli Dr Davy Lewis of Blue Ball passed time but like liarxjuou ghost it will not through here last Saturday enrouto to down W A Clarksons near Bewleyvllle graphing from Mr Goodnights pen on the Dewey victory American possessions American patriotism and unselfishness lu this war now being urged and I agree with his ideas entirely They aro truly red white and blue sentiments and just at this supreme moment I havo very lit- Â¬ tle patience with any other kind A r citationlst who has the power to entertain and please is rare It takes several years of careful training to result in the practical results of an elegant and refined pronounciativu of the English language the acquisition of an absolutely distinct utterance a flexible and melodi Â¬ ous use of the voice and to secure thu most pleasing intonations and natural re- Â¬ sults and yet we see people who deem it an easy undertaking Mrs C G Moremen and daughter Miss Linnie gave a most delightful danc ing party last Friday evening The oc- Â¬ casion brought out all society lights of our little city for an entertainment at Mrs Moreraeus means a charming time The largo dancing room looked attractive and patriotic with tho American colors draped on the mantle Dewey and Hobsons pictures framed with the stars and stripes waving over them Flowers globes of gold Ush bright lights a waxed floor pretty girls in evening dress handsome beaux with the clever OBryan boys to render the sweetest of music went to raako up tho social event for tho season A cam of thanks is al- Â¬ ways in order for Mrs Moremens kind- Â¬ ness to the young people Â¬ Â¬ SHELMAN IRVINGTON KY CO I i raffi GLENDEANE M Mrs Charlie Miller of Hardinsburg Tiik Hoard of Health has resolved itself into a strategy board and la now is here the guest of her daughter Mrs wagihg war against dirt and public G A Meador and her son E W Jones nuisances Mies Georgia Unset who was expect- Â¬ ing to visit friends here for two weeks Tiik delay in army operations against was called home on nccount of the ill- Â¬ the Spaniards in Cuba would Indicate ness of her mother much to our sorrow that the only striking thing about Jen Messrs Moore and King two Theologi- Â¬ eral Miles is tils uniform cal Seminary Students of Louisville were hero and filled the pulpit at the Tjiinos aro being rushed in the army Baptist church last Saturday and Sun Â¬ An unusually largu number of army en Â¬ day gagements resulted in marriages last Mrs Jess Clarkson and daughters who week Let us have peace have been In Louisville for tho past ten months are at home for tho summer With Brother Abner McKInley re- Â¬ Thev havo with them as their guest ceiving a nice niko ollon army contracts Miss Alice Vandiver of Louisville it would indicate that the President be lieves that charity begins at home There is no word so full If Emperor Hilly llohenloe gets too of meaning gay your Uncle Samuel may play lhilliplne with him and the chances are and about which such tender and holy recollections cluster as that that the young war lord will be it ing struck the tree and all felt the effects Bro J O Willett and family went to Al Jolly colored was killed Mr James Jones to dinner Sunday Miss Alma Mattingly and her father Aunt Fanny Vanmeter is yery low Jim Lew Wells little boy died Satur- Â¬ attended Childrens Day at Cave Spring and is not expected to live through the day summer Lawrence Vessels left Saturday to join Sunday MIsj Mary Moorman of Oloverport is A protracted meeting will be held with the army Henry D Mooreman Jr has gone pending soveral weeks with Miss Carrie Buck Grove hurch in August begin Â¬ Owen ning on the second Sunday night to war K O Glenn and Charlie Galllon who Bro J 0 Widen filled his regular Paul and Dr Dempster are suffering aro representing the Singer Sewing appointment at Buck Grove Sunday and with chills Machine Company here have sold a in the afternoon ho prvneiit d at Weldon Miss Alice Browu of Harned ib visit- Â¬ great mauy new machines in this coun- Â¬ Miss Roea Allen ho hnnje6nat ing friends here ty Buffalo for quite it wbile lifts returned Lennie Mattingly rrturned Tuesday home She stood the examination at from Stephensport GROVELAND Brandenburg on the 17th and 18th Little Miss Sallie Moorman is visiting A Mammoth cave trip has been ar Â¬ Mrs J D Owen this week Miss Youtsler has the promise of the ranged for this A bicycle siimuier crowd in connection with a larger crowd Dr Flemlster the dentist of Fordsvllle school at this place J T Jones and family were the cuests camping Information may be had of was here several days last week of Mirs Todio Miles Sunday either Wilbur or J O Willett Miss Lizzie Harned of Hardinsburg Jim Oaborne has the house of G D Mrs Heisel gives an ice cream supIs visiting friends at this placo per Saturday night Juue 25th The Mrs Joe Howard ltock Vale Is visit Â¬ Bruner framed and covered Mrs Lee Haynes camo in Sunday to waiters will be the young ladies of this ing her mother Mrs W D Owen community A grand time is expected visit Aunt Fanny Vanmeter Mies Arrie Robertson it turned Satur Â¬ Bro Beniiam from Henderson attend Â¬ and a pressing invitation is extended to day from an extended visit at Union all ed church at Buck Grove Sunday town Truths Tersely Told A telephone line is being put up from Clint Westerfield and Miss Lulla Foleys Kidney Cure is a safe sure Roberta were united in marriage June the Sulphur Well to Braudenburg Death of Airs Steele Jess Wright who has been away for remedy for all kinds ofKidnoy and Blad Â¬ 8th After a lingering illness Mrs Ehla der Diseases A R Fisher Clover quite awhile is visiting Jake Bunger Mrs F M Powell is visiting her Steele daughter of John D Gregory Sr Miss Maggio Saunders who has been port R A Shellman Stephensport daughter Mrs Jack Howard at Fords-Â¬ died at her home on the the hill at 10 Haynes Patesville E A quite ill for sometime is very much im- Â¬ Onrdon oclock Monday night The deceased vllle Witt Hardinsburg proved Eli H Dean and several other white was a woman of splendid attribute and Lsonard Stith of Hill Groye Willie Christian character She was born May men and one colored boy were standing DR CALDWELLS K 30 1833 and was married June 20 1858 under a tree Thursday when the lightn Woolfolk and sister Hays Wlllett and She was a member of the Baptist church CURES STIPATIONil Her remains were interred at the Clover port cemetery Tuesday afternoon and ADDISON they were followed to the grave by a large concourse of sorrowing friends Â¬ JVVRUP PEPsiiy DICKS MOTHER 1Iawuvillb that her literary people have just caught the Trilby fever If they get a hustlo on themselves they may be reading Quo Vadis next year is ho Mow Wiikn the supply of ink runs low Captain General Illaiicou palace Havana Spanish victories will be like the visitH of angels few and far between of Mother she who watched over our helpless infancy and guid Â¬ ed our first tottering step Yet the life of every Expectant Moth- Â¬ er is beset with danger and all ef- Â¬ fort should be made to avoid it so assists nature at in the change tak- Â¬ at ing place that Mothers am American marines by the Spanish guerillas at Guautauatno forces the conviction that like the Indian the only good Don is a dead one is a coward It luunt have a flattering opinion of Uncle Sams ability to care for himself In war us woll as peace The gold imports for thu past month aggregated 3000000 1 The mutilation of dead Ik gold dread suffering or gloomy fore- Â¬ to the hour when she experiences the joy of Motherhood Its use insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child and she is found stronger after than before confinement in short it makes Childbirth natural and easy as so many have said Dont be persuaded to use anything but bodings I I Kll II I I IUIBU ward without Lfinnil a m Mother is ena- bled to look for- - the Expectant A buy contracts present golden oppoi Sitencd Is golden Marcus tuniilea Aurolluj Hanna was never known to He Is silent Can miss an opportunity it bo he bus discovered a Klondike MOTHERS FRIEND My wife Buffered more In ten min Â¬ utes with either of her other two chil- Â¬ dren than she did altogether with her last having previously used four bot-Â¬ tles of Mothers Friend It is a blessing1 to any one expecting to be come a MOTHER says a customer Uendibsoh Dalk Car ml Illinois 0 DrugglsUst IU0 orient breipreu on receipt or price Write for book containing leillmonlali acd Talusble Information for all Motben free Co The BradsMl UjUt JttaaU Ua Tub people of Hartford Ky are long headed They voted for a dry town just in timu to hold oil the edicts of u war tax that will mike it necamry for a microscope to be thrown In with every glaw of bsar that the cotnuunr may kno that he got what he ordered Brother Phillip Jenkins spent several days of last week with his members and attended tho closing exercises of the Normal Miss Ella Hendrick spent several days of last week with me aud attended the Normal exercises and Mrs Moremens cotillion I dont know that Mr Depew is en Â¬ titled to two capital letters in his name We mignt with propriety write De Wey or Hob Son aud not be at fault Miss Linnie Moreman is expecting sev- Â¬ eral young ladles from Louisville this summer to visit her Miss Linnie has a series ol entertainments in view Mrs Capt ltyan is the guest of Mre Bishop they with Mrs Blanche Fon taine aud Mrs B A Young will lake the round trip on the Tarascou the -- 1st Every evening last week was full and Saturday night rounded out a happy week when a large crowd aastuibledon street to hear the OBryan boys play their farewell waltzes Dont worry I Insist on being criticised or having tiny spiteful remarks aimed you as an individual a newspaper or a nation Independent popular attract- Â¬ ive dare can stand it The scholastic birds have all fbwu sad farewells have been spoken tears have been mingled with tho good old word good bye and the second year of Brandenburg Normal la a thing of thu past Ttie exercises of the Brandenburg Nor Â¬ mal on U aud 15 were There were four graduates Mr Eugene Har desty In a neat address presented the diplomas The Itev Mr Phillip Jenkins prayed Mr A O Burton gave a fine talk aud the Itev 0 W Heeson pro- Â¬ nounced the benediction Henry Moremen isaboy after my own heart he never spends a cent In ciga Â¬ rette bat la getting together a nice ool- Â¬ Fined Thirty Dollars The examining trial of Benjamin Mattlugly and Tlios ltyan came off in the Police Court Tuesday afternoon Judge James K Sklllman presiding They woro each find 30 and costs for caftying concealed deadly weapons Benjamin Mattingly was held oyer to await the action of the grand jury under a bond of 100 for other charges Will Invest In Bonds Application blanks for the new war loan are on file at the Breckenrldgo bank and the post office From presont indi- Â¬ cations quite a large amount will be subscribed to the issuo by local investors Â¬ TRADE JOURNAL ISSUED IN THE INTEREST OP OUR PATRONS VOL 1 ADDISON KENTUCKY NO 3 FRUIT JARS FRUIT CANS SUGAR And all that is necessary to aid you in putting up fruit preserves and jellies for sale This is the Place to Get Picnic Bills Printed trading His curiosity was aroused as to how so magnificent a stock could be car Â¬ ried and so largo a trade worked up and Revealed the Great Secret maintained in a country village He inquired of a bystander To u Man Whose Curiosity Wns Can you tell me the secret of this AN AOOIDENT Aroused firms success AT THE LOWEST PRICES Addison Dick The other day a man traveling the bottom road to Stephensport met with an accidout to his buggy While ie was waiting to have the vehicle fixed at Ad Â¬ dison he rtpped into the handsome store kejit by Addison Dick Quite h i umber of people were there The goutleman answered promptly Quick sales and small proflta Tho season for SpYing Goods is abiut over and Addison Dick- - want to close out all that is left You can g4 bargains mat virtually allow you to naUja your prtco from litem for CofeoKfti LOCAL NEWS aWM4WIWIIIUWWLtlllltWWltUWWltHiMIHIIIIIIHllltlHtlHWrtWHimtlWl UHtmoutfl When the Sun Shines You will need a dainty rxqulslte Parasol to preserve your complexion from the suns injs and to match your dress When the rain falls you will noed an umbrella to protect your clothes bmy htiMnrlfo Improve the ibining hour Gathering the bargalni that are thick Ai leti among the Howerl At the More kept by Addlton V Dick Now tlolh Ih Dick are It is a fact that Addison buying more produce than auy firm in this eecton and it is because they are paying the highest prices KLV8 CREAM BATM ly upoaltlTecure Apply Into the nostrils It Is quick absorbed M cents at Drnrirlsti or by mall tamplet 10c by man JUY IIUOT1IHUS M Warren HU Mew York City WE HAVE ALL STYLES ADDISON DICK BetntU O Hgutut N t cymze ivorxa tlleUtmwHMAIwirlBwgM ADDISON ADDISON KENTUCKY DICK Vf r Breckenridge WKPNFHIlAN News JUNI5 2J tW8 GOOD ROADS DEPARTMENT MACHINE ROADWAYS THEY RECEIVE A Kidney Trouble Terrible Knin Uucitnlncaa aad Kcsllcaaiicaa PEPSIN YRUPINDIGESTION I CURES eiASeesXii CALOWELL8 Ml PORK AND PROSPERITY A WIDE TIRE BENEFITS Fbor Iloat Are Improrrd by The in anil Gooit Unci lrenerveil Yorts legislature or tbo good roads bill says the Chicago HfgDlo-Arni-stron- g Tlmca IIornld INTERNAL It hnsrequirod much demonstration to of publio sentiment in favor of stato nid convince- tho fnrmors that good roads nro n profitable investment Tho work Â¬ It is Bigultlcnnt of tho rapid growth Brave Old English Franklin Sets the Pace In an Age PRACTICAL TEST IN NEBRASKA That Introduced Commercialism of Chivalry UNCLB SAM AND SPAIN CONTRASTED BnccrinfiillT Wltlutnnil Froita of Winter unci Thaw of Spring Smooth Hard 1 toad Take the riace of Mndlinlea Method of Construction Tho mombors of tho board of county supervisors nro taking n dcop interest in tho publio road work that was dono Inst Bummer on sovcral of tho main oouuty highways nnd liavo etnrtod n systomatia inquiry with n viow of as Â¬ certaining how tho roadbods hnvo with- Â¬ stood tho spring thnw says tho Omahn Boo Colonel Baker has perhaps tnkon moro intoost in this work than almost any other member of tbo board Ho snys Â¬ I In the opoulug chapter of Ivanlioe Bir Walter Scott introduces us to Cedric of Kollit rnooil typical Saxon Frank lib one of tin ho mon with hearts of oak whoStj ruvged spirit of Independence survived the tyranny of William the Conqueror and la to this day the heri Â¬ tage of the Anglo Saxon raco Cedric of Ilotherwood wnn uncon- Bcloualy one of the pioneers of Britains greatuesu Ho lived in the era of fuedal ism and chivalry and no doubt was in hearty accord witli tlio traditions and customs of his times hut he was the patron of an industry that was to end the sway of fuedallem and chivalry ua ui eventually make merry England the mightiest power in the world jj - Wo havo ovory reason to congratu late oursolvos nnd the pooplo of tho county who uso tho roads that tho offort to construct modorn highways was bo gun last summer Of tho 24 miles of roadway wo constructed Inst summor onr reports do not show n milo that is In not in good passable condition many places whero at this tlmo Inst year tho mnd was nxlo doop to tho vo hides that nttemptod to trnvorso tbo The giant oak and beech trees that publio highways immediately after tho spread their branches over the demesne frost left tho earth wo now havo Arm of Hotherwood nflbrded plenty of mast dry rondbods over which heavy loads can bo hnnled Thoro has been moro and under the watchful eye of Gurth laBt Tho the thrall of Cedric of Uotherwood herds rain this sonson thnndemonstrntodwork wo did has certainly tho of 6 wine fattened and gave inspiration to wisdom of the board in investing n con the philosophy of Wamba the Jester nldorablo sum of money in tho road making machinery wo purchased and Great Britains early wealth and pree put into operation Wo wero considera- Â¬ tige were the products of pork and beef bly handicapped during a portion of tbo In the days of Cedric of Kothervvood her season on account of tho oxoossivo dry Â¬ patricians were hog raisers and the flower ness of tho soil which could not bo per- Â¬ of her yeomanry awint hprds It was in fectly compacted by our system of bor Â¬ jjtfrrtfuurolic era that commercialism rowing and rolling At nil points whero tho now road Â¬ Tlio increase 01 her he tan lawnoil ways nro not np to tho standard it will bo caused England to look to other markets found tbnt tbo work was dono when tho to dispose of the surplus aud this enter Â¬ ground was powdor dry Wherovor wo prise was the step that boon made her had moist earth to work upon wo gavo the commlsaiiat of Western Europe a Arm and solid basis for tho road that London then began her career of glory has not bcou nffcoted by tbo weather and power From n hog market she has Tho old Chautauqua road whero wo did The become the worlds clearinghouse swino paths that led to London were the means of making that city the hub of the uuiverse all the highways of commerce center there of tho agricultural oxporimout stations in this rcgnrd has been invnlunblo snys tho Washington Stnr Experiments with broad and narrow tires conducted un der tho eyes of tho farmers hnvudofluito ly shown tho folly of mniutniuiug tlio present system of small tired wheals as long nB tho roads nro indifferent or positively bad in quality Thoro nro two points from which to viow tho relationship botwoeu tho tiros nnd tho qunlity of tho road Tho experi ments hnvo shown first that ns long as tbo loads nro in poor oouditiou subject to much moisturo aud thereby liable to becomo heavy and muddy at short notice tho uso of tho narrow tiro is n pos itive hindrance It roquiros moro power to haul n wagon so equipped for tbo tiro sinks deep into tho matcrinl of tho road and thus forms for iteolf constant ohstrnctinu that must bo overcome But tho broad tire bus n uso othor nnd indeed hotter than that of minimis- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ j j I I to highway construction that tbo oppo sition to tbo monsmo could muster only 10 votes Under this bill whioh has becomo n law tho stnto appropriation for this year to expend for highway im provoment will bo 50000 which it is estimated will nmount to J cent per 1000 of assessed valuation or 2 oonts on tbo nverngo 2 COO farm Tho sizo of each years appropriation is fixed by tho legislature nnd ns tho good results of tbo law booomo moro liscorniblo nnd moro genornlly recog nized it is not improbable that publio soutimeut will domaud Iu n fow years n much larger appropriation Under tbo provisions by whioh n county 1b author ized to npply for n portion of tho good roads appropriation tho law booomes a homo rule measure If the appropriation should bo increased to 1000000 in any year tho nvorago tax ou oaoh 2600 farm wonld bo only CO cents which scorns n trifling oxpeuditnro considering tho immeasurable benefits that accruo to agriculturists through good highways to tho markets With such nnotablo exoniulo of what TRANSIT GREAT BRITAIN DISCUSSING IMPROVE- Â¬ MENT OF ROADS I V Q Babbage i Will Act as I Ilrtlrr nry to En nbl Fanner to Transport llulkjr Product VMt Importance of Good lload Not Oeneralljr Ilecogtilifd UlRiimnyn Drrnmil Nec i Guardian 1 Â¬ Assignee Etc Ex- - Tlio subject of improved hlghwnys for roduciug tho cost of transit for ngri onltnrnl produco is bolug ngitatod not only iu our country whero in somo sec tions it is an ubsolnto neocssity ou no count of tbo impaHnblo condition of onr mud ronds during certain seasons but in Groat Britaiu whoro her maendam ized thoroughfares aro generally consid ered to boabont as well constructed nnd managed as tboy can bo Tho principal object in ngitating for bettor hlghwnys is to urge tho necessity of improving our existing means of transit to ouablo our farmers throughout tho stnto to transport or haul their heavy and bulky produco to markotor to tho consumer Â¬ Â¬ WRSt7V0D Cassadaga N Y June 30 1894 Dr M M Fknnkr Fredonia N Y Dear Sir About 4 years ago I had kidney trouble and backache I was so bad that I could not ride out in a carriage without giving me great pain and a feel- Â¬ ing of uneasiness and restlessness I also had rheumatism all over my system I began the use of your Kidney and Back- Â¬ ache Cure and continued it until I had taken three bottles with the result oi entirely curing me OHARLES O MARTIN Prescription Pharmacist Next door above laypi fc Twenty Years perience I 1 1 5 ii Settling EstateAttention Given Prompt s- 1 1 I All Leial Matters 9SXsvS A NEW Co Cloverport TYPICAL AMERICAN WASRHIPS Op to tho present wo seem to hnvo given littlo hoed to tho vnluo of cheap intormil transit for tbo prodnco of our farming industries but If wo consider carefully tho advantage to bo gainod from having onr country thorougbfurea iu tbo best possiblo condition for tho BURAS transportation of tho products of our fnrniB as well ns for other trafllo it WAGON MAKERS will bo found to bo far greater than ap pears on mere casual observation HORSESHOEING Etc The good roads quostlon is ouo which I have justopened a new blacksmith should enlist tho serious consideration shop at Buras am where I prepared of agriculturists themselves tboy boiug to do all kinds of work in tbnt line tbe chief beneficiaries aud it should bo I am also authorized to Bolemniza looked nt from all points of view If the rights of matrimony our hlghwnys nro iu suclin condition as to allow heavier loads to bo hauled with JAMES ATUCKER fewer nuimals and tho extra nnimals which wero required for tho same or even smaller load on bad roads cau 07 Blacksmith Shop At Â¬ BANK HAHDIHSBTOG iifStmpm CALLED A ItOAP Â¬ Â¬ B F 11EAKD President WILL MILLER Vice President M H BEAKD Castler W BKARb MORRIS KSKKIDOK R M JOLLY Q Dlreflfcr It has been the fashion with the citi zans of tho eilete nations of Europo to insinuate that the Yankees wore a nation of swine herds The Spaniards call us pigs Tho fertile farms and the intolll gent husbandry that character S this rtsMi ntrir lilaLono tin tit It It el nroilliriMira is far beyond our neces capacity that We therefore have been com- S Hiefl pelleavrldttk to Europe as a market for the surplus prodocts of our farms The beef and pork of America becamo staple products in tho old world and the ap Â¬ parently unlimited amount of pork raised 911 this hide of the lierriuu pond lias im bued foreigners with the belief that the mnjority ol our people do nothing else than raise hogs alwajs envious of those Tho dead beat Invariably scorns the self supporting individual It is fi with nations The country whose peoplo are degenerate Joses those natlounl ideals that create The popular thiilt and protperity country that ostracises the shop keeper or any one engaged in trade has outlived its usefulness It were better that Spain he a nation of swine herds than one of paupers The false pride that causes that country to turn up its nose at honest thrift and energy baa proved the undo- Â¬ ing of the people and lias made a tnen dliant out of the nation The pauper in INTEREST PAID Safety ON TIME DEPOSITS Comfort vN A CONNKCTICUT HIGHWAY s ffiiffivff 1 e some good work early iu tho season is in n high state of ofllcicncy and tho farmers nro pulling tho heaviest loads Jd Ml t jafl I MB Pm DtltJUMtJ V V V UV t mm V MH jff I fi ZJj who are pinsperoui Â¬ S- - K i t In the meantime the United States have taken Great Britains placo as the worlds commisariat Were wo to cut oir tho exports of provisions we could starve Europe in a few months This war has enlightened the old world on tli point Just a slight interruption of our commerce caused bread liots in Italy and Frauce A great part of our prestige rests on beef and pork and wo are willing that it should bo long as it enables us to pay all our debts and keep up our prosperity over it This road was almost impnssa bio for heavily ladon wagons until this yoar Wo nro fully satisfied with the work wo did and shall continue on tho eamo Hues this season nnd reconstruct many miles of tho principal highways in the county Tho now method calls for tho nso of a 12 borsepovvor grador which is used for removing tbo eartb from tho sides of tho roadwny and piling it up in tho conter As fast as it is deposited there it is spread out and thoroughly pulverized by a slender toothed barrow whioh is followed by a roller weighing several tons Tho loose earth is put 011 in layers of only nbontnu inoh in thickness each subjected to repeated rolling In this way n roadway often soveral feet iu thickness is built up firmly compacted from top to bottom Tho sur- Â¬ face has an oval form which sheds tho water readily Formerly in tbo pnblio highways n short distance from tho city thero wns only ouo narrow roadway whoro all of tho vehicles travolod turn Â¬ ing out only to pass eaoh other On the now roadways a surfneo of from 20 to Â¬ Â¬ fegglgEi V f CRUISER a 1 M1NNEAP0L15 a a J bo utilizot for otner inrm vrotxr a considerable saving is mado right thero A Louisville saving iu timo which can bo mado on good roads over bad is n saving of mouoy and n reduction iu tho tear and Fait Ma Llna lietween wear of animals wagons or othor ve hicles nnd lmruess so tbnt they last n greater length of timo is also mouoy iu Louisville tho pocket of tbo farmer Besides this STEAMERS thero is tho possibility on good roads E G RAGON under all couditious of woatbor whioh cnnblcs tho farmer to tako advantago of F M Ryan Muter W A Blabop Parser tiio market whenever it suits him in stead of ns is often tho cuso having to TARASCON inibB t good market ou account of tbo D L Penny Master h T Conner Parser bad conditiou of our country thorough faros at ccrtaiu seabous of tbo year TELL CITY Thero can bo uo question ns to the innnonso vnluo to our farming popula- Â¬ R II Ballard Master W B Newbell Purser tion of properly constructed nnd main tained thoroughfares uud which it is D STAGGS to bo hoped will bo forthcoming in tbo Dally except Saturday between Louisville near future Tho subject is again boing givou publicity through tho columns and New Amsterdam Freight shipped by this line delivered quick- Â¬ of tho publio press nnd it should bo kept prominently beforo tho minds of er thau by rail Travelers will find the steamers are unsur Â¬ onr peoplo until tho improved condition of our country highways 1b n matter of passed In equipment and accommodations history The best culinary are employed as cooks and 1 Emsvilk d Line Packet and Evansville Â¬ Â¬ P zJJXrx 11 tlE iff wiLlffiOT liiliiiniiroWTllTlFrrfrMini ri jfyin Li 40 foot is used f r ijj 3 li IzT ll t o coo P icr i o iiB VSflHQ EG A Word to Phyiioianu Do you know that many broad mind ed physicians are using Foleys Honey and Tar Syrup in their practice They have fouud no remedy that gavo as satis factory results for all throat and lung compUIntaas thisgreat cough mediciuo A R Fisher Cloverport R AShollman Stephensport Gordon Hay nes Pates villa j E A Will Hardlnshurg Â¬ Â¬ j 6 JM l m Mother It Uinlly Might A raothor acta only for tho good of Abor daughter Tubr truth holds good iflret last ituaxUl tlio time ana mo daughter aboAUd remember it Her par louts inotiy6 iu wiuhiug her to do or uot to uo ajeertum tuingmny mn lunula apr wit to tho child but after nwhllo elm rrntu fnrther alone tho path- fway nf lifo and uihih b backward look 1I1 tr ttin that her mother 111 i i vvas not very much in tho wrong after all Somotimeauo rcowu is given for refusal hut there Is always a ruou tliat is well defined Elmlro TclBtrram No Crape iS Hoods and easy to operate U true o Hoods 1IIU which are p to data In every respect gfe certain and sure All an not In Itv lta H0041 Kasytotake The roadmuking committoe in the county board announces that tbo snmo gonoral plans of last yoar will bo fol- Â¬ lowed this year nnd that all of tho taxes realized from tho 1 mill levy iu tho general road fond of tbo connty will bo dovoted to tho work This fund has yielded about 110000 a year for many years and it bns boon tbo practice bore toforo to apportion it to tho soveral townships and permit it to bo used un Â¬ der tho direction of tho township road supervisors who havo oxpendod it to- Â¬ gether with the additional township levy to defray tho cost of annually plowing up tbo roads Tho board will endeavor to indnoo the city to cousont this year to the relinquishment of its ing tnolahor and thomtore too cost 01 sbaro of this fund to bo nsod in making hauling it enres tho bad conditions permanent roads iu tho immodlato vi- Â¬ tbnt havo been largely caused by tho narrow tiro serving us a compressor cinity of town and gradually compacting tbo matorial aud greatly improving its condition Road Maintenance Tho only way by whioh n macadam Thus tbo uso of tbo broad tire means n roadway can bo kopt firm and compact double gain It saves in the cost of and prosorved through summer heat is hauling by permitting heavier loads to It macadam is bo hauled by tbo sumo ngeucios nnd in to moisten it regularly paying for it is worth caring for less tlmo and it saves too in tho cost worth But this is douo only iu spots whero of roadmuking mid iu xopniriug It is believed that if all road usors private partios boar tbo expense ami instoad of keeping tho roads always oould bo persuaded to chango tho tiros good aud firm it is enstomary to wait of their draft vehiolas especially iu tho nntil tho suu hns disrupted tho surfneo districts whoro bad roads are tho rulo aud then to sproad on a quantity of rather thau tho excoption tbo ulti Â¬ mate coat of bringing tho oountry thorearth Btonos and sod to protoct it oughfares up to a modern standard Exchange would within a very short time be so lleasons For lload Improvement low that tho most comprehensive road Tho throo most important reasons for improvement laws could bo passed with- Â¬ road improvement aro first tho desir- Â¬ out difficulty ability of reducing tbo cost of hauling In somo states much has been dono Bocoud the importance of making most by granting exemptions from road taxes of our roads fit for ploasure driviug to tboso road users who havo ndoptod thereby attracting to tho rural districts tho broad tires aud llkowlso to thoso in summer thousands of peoplo who who havo adjusted tboir vehiolos so create a local market for various farm that tbo front and rear wheels will not products third the eoouomlo prinoiplo track thus minimizing the chances of preventing the great waste of labor of wearing tbo surfaco of tho road It which uow is fruitlessly expendod In has boon found that with broad tires in making bad roads Professor F J II nso tbo nmount of surfnolug materiul Morrill needed is comparatively amull Â¬ Had Ilaads Retard Progreu Thero is simplo common souso for tho good roads question lot good men and make tbo mouoy reach tho roads As thiuKs aro at present organized or dis organizedin Maryland uot ono dollar iu four or five appropriated for roads reacboB tbo work ou the roads This fact is known It is admitted It is ono of tho chiof scaudals of the stato Now tho timo has come for tho money to bo honestly used Thero should bo uow laws now regulations now mon and uow motbodo Tho luck of good roads is kooping down tho price of every farm iu tho stato costing every farmer moro he menu Is equal to that of the best hotels General offices 17S and 178 1th Avenue Louisville D h PENNY W W HITE Supt O Fret V Williams T P A Owenshoro Ky J HHunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover- Â¬ port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Gasper May Send me rPvzrtFiDTsrK mu nnntu coixnmAL Â¬ mfc Qo Kjf tt m 11 Q w 1 55 Mm A iKy fW to Uk wttU lloo4 0 1 Hood Injll Bwwuta tno stnto can tio iuniio wtfy or encour Â¬ ntn lessened cost aging tbo construction of good highways In sponking rocoutly at a mooting of afforded by her neighbor New Jorsey tbo Society of Eugiueors iu England tbo tho wonder is that Now York did not president Mr W W Beaumont re inungurato tho stnto aid system long marked Few peoplo rocognizo how ago Under tho Now Jersoy law tho lurgo n proportion of tbo whole indus stato bears one third tbo expense tlio try of tho country relates to tho trafllo slu of tho appropriation boiug detor on laud Fowor still roalizo how vast is Uudor tbo tho importance of good roads for tho miuod by tho legislature stimulus of stnto aid nearly ovory oouu- Â¬ nso of nil It may safoly bd said that ty in tho stato is uow building macadam tho nverngo resistance on country roads roads whilo thoro aro already so many in frnm twin tn tbreo times what it need miles of stouo roads in tho Btato that it be especially if wo iuoludo tho Bbarp can be traversed iu ovory direction hills of somo couutios without loavlng them Nineteen of tho At present thero are at least 1400 21 couutiosof tho btuto havo this year 000 draft horses at work in tlio Unit mado application for their shares of tho ed Kingdom Quito ono tenth of tboso appropriation could enslly bo dispensed with by im Tho notiou of the Now York legisla- Â¬ provement of tbo heavier gradients by n ture is gratifying recognition of tho fact few cuttings aud banks or viaducts thut stato aid is tho ultimato solution and better road surfaces Supposing tbo of tho good roads problom work of only 600000 borsoa to bo reok onod with to snvo only ono tonth of Period of Iloadinaklnx this numbor wonld menu a saving of Iu an interesting nrtiolo ou Anclont 7600000 por year nnd all tbo other and Modern Highways byO L Whit 460000 horses wonld bo ablo to earn tlo in The Now England Magazino tho from 30 to 150 per year moro thau ai writer dlvidos tho history of roadbuild- - present At 2S per year tbo saving ing ns nffectod by various uses into would bo ou this head nlone 11360 throo periods First during tho reign 000 Inaklug a total of 18760000 of tbo Egyptian and Assyrian kings This sum capitalized at 8 per cent rop sccouu beginning wun ino nso u rcsouts 1125000000 so that tho uum Carthago and continuing through tbo ber of horses assumed to bo nlways at rlso and fall of tbo Honmu onipiro third work is excessive It is obvious that at beginning lu Franco with tho roads least 600000000 of national money conceived by Napoleon and executed might bo profitably iuvosted iu tbo im- Â¬ S M Geary Pioraon Mich writes STATE AID FOR ROADS then by Macadam uud provement of our highways Also be- Â¬ by Trosaguet DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve la curing Solution Telford iu Euglaud nfterwurd ou the sides this it most uot be forgotten that That Thl piles here to day than all other A KaoosnUlonOood Koad la the more Problem of the continent and now iu tbo United States tbe bettor the roads tho less tho wear It cures eczema remedies combined and tear tho lighter and better tho ve Â¬ The strongest impetus which tho good Short and all other skin diseases roads inovoment has received iu many One Minute Cough Cure cure hiolos and their wheels sad wheel Haynea Tbit li what It was mad for years tmot wm tbajMiiwiutbo Now tires Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to got his products to market keeping back that progress which would como if Baltimore wo hnd bettor highways American rianked Shad Tills is tla tlmo of tho year when planked shad offers nnspcnkablo delight to tho epicure For many years tlio se Â¬ cret of preparing this dollcacy was known only to Phllndolphinna but to- Â¬ day it is possiblo to obtain that dish in nlmost nil of tho largor cities of tho At lantio coast Tho shad should bo carefully cleaned scraped and washed and should then bo either nailed to n plank or fastened to it with a fow wires Tho board with tho fish applied to it in this manner should bo stood up vciticnlly near a hot fire so that tho licit should nlav directly upon tho surfaco ef tho fish Tho board Iteolf should bo oak or hickory as thoso rather improvo tho flavor of tho bhad whilo othor woods aro uot so beneficent iu this respect Wheu sorved tho shad should bo ro covorud loasod from its background with molted butter dusted with a littlo salt and poppor nnd garnished with a dozen different neat and pretty leaves such as water cross lettuco core mid Marghoritn Arlinn Iliunm iu sorrel Now York Mall nnd Express Â¬ Co IND OANNELTON S3 And I will Send you packed in a plain box one gallon Old Coon Hollow Whisky I 8 E Parker Sharon Wis writes have tried DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve for itching piles aud it always stops them I consider DeWitts In two minutes Witch Hazel Salve the greatest pile cure Short Haynes on tho market None Purer None Finer SIMON Second N and Main JONES Louisville CASTOR I A Por Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always gJVrf7l LM ST LOUIS WICMeJtWl Bwjht keilHiULLLU CULTltyUMAJiTftKICUUTto ib ysu fcsrW Vlhlf MMi w 91 V4 MiLa4uttfiJut4iiiiI3w4 tas tUtufft sMAuJHniJ TsMfrf tinCiMR mB Juluiiiuki77TTi WOTTli Bfintf LINIkJfctsllMllAfllAjniLftAbursj lhiiullftLiL M4jsua v m WIm4 Hiw4mIuiii wW kMhI iim OemM tf VoMlrMUiyitllTiiJl 4m riwin WBa94UMW til iMf Slgnaturo of CtgjffdMt 4iti Ml r4 eWlW Mfl iitlit t if M fm iiiibhu msiiai114 asaase im iieraai tll 4im4 m n til JMWkli hi nmriii ii i mmvwtinrs Mratsna n sma sl JRECKEKHIDGE -- HEWS 1803 WEDENSDAY JUNE 22 DRAVB DGnDS war And The Commercial Aspect It a They Save The Lives of Many Com rades On jubiteo day which commemorated thn discovery of gold In California In 1810 says an exchange a squad of Hal tery I of the regular army waa ilrliiK a aaluto at Lime 1olut Fort noar San Fran Â¬ cisco One load the chargo waa fifty pounds of powder enclosed In a woolen bag did not go ofT and the officer in command ordered It to be pulled out of the cannon The charge was withdrawn and as it dropped to the ground it waa seen that one corner of the woolen bag was on Ire In an instant the powder would have caught and tho seven men with their ofllcer would have been killed Private John M Jones jumped toward the smoldering bag rolled it in the mud and with his baro hands plastered the singed edgo with damp earth It was a quick brave deed and had tho hero been a British soldier it would have brought him a Victoria cross to wear on his breast During the Sepoy war a young Cap tain of aitlllery saw an ignited shell fall near his battery Instantly he lifted it up carried it to n distance and flung It away Just then it hurst shattering Ills left forearm In the Crimean war Capt Peel of the royal navy and son of the former Prime Minister Sir Ilobert Peel commanded a naval battery in front of Sebastopol One day a largo shell its fuse burning fell Into the battery near whore Peel was standing Pinking it up lie carried it to tho rampart and tossed it over It ex ploded before it reached the ground Â¬ Presents JoAcph Nlmmo Urges the Slezure of the Canary and Balearic Islands Mr Joseph Nlmmo Jr former chief ot tho Bureau of Statistics of tho Treas- Â¬ 4 ury Department has received tho follow- Â¬ ing information from tho superintend- Â¬ ent of the United States Coast and Geodetic Survoy under date of June 10 1808 h M a f In reply to your letter of June 8 I beg leave to say that the distance asked for by you have- been measured on reliable charts and are as follows Splendid Success From Manila to New York via Suez has been had in cases of colic diarrhoea Canal 11505 nautical miles via Nicaragua Canal 11740 nautical miles etc by using Dr Caldwells Syrup Fep sln Aaa household remedy for such From Manila to London via Suez troubles it is invaluable Buy a 10c trial Canal 9000 nautical miles Â¬ In an elaborato statement on tho com- bottle and you aro bound to be convinced To be had of Chas C Martin mercial incidents of the war with Spain now in course of preparation Mr Nlmmo BEFORE DEWEY says The routes of commerce between our Dull took Manila With Fourteen East India possessions and the rest of the John Ships world will in the future as in tho past depend mainly upon three conditions viz Distance coaling stations and canal Manna lias been taken before says facilities Besides the advantages of ex Colliers Weekly The English did the celleut coaling stations and a pea level job over a century ago and a pretty canal an against inadequate coaling tough task they had Tho fleet numbered facilities and 220 feet of lockage by the It ships tlioy wero all heavily armed Nicararagua Cannal route These super- Â¬ aud the moment they entered the bay ior advantages according to his compu- thoy got to work So did the typhoon tations give to the Snei route the full Covered by the frigates guns a detach equivalent in 2000 miles in distance over ment of artillery aud marines mado for the Nicaragua route for trade between the shore But the guns could not Manila and the Atlantic gulf porta of the protect them from the waves Tiie surf United States and 7000 miles in favor took them tossed thorn churned them of the Suez route for trade between and while tho shells shrieked over them pitched them against each other It Manila and the ports of Europe A Cle7er Trick In Mr Nlmmos opinion tho impor- Â¬ was real Armada weather but this time It certainly looks like It but there is realy no trick about it Anybody can tance of this is accentuated by a grand on the side of Spain How the troops try it who has Lame Hack aud Weak opportunity now opened to us He landed only an eye witness could state Kldnevs Malaria or nervous troubles thinks tiiat our government should at yet laud they did Meanwhile the storm We mean he can cure himself right once take possession of tho Canary Is increased Tho whole coast was abroil away by takiug Electric Hitters This lands off the Northern coast of Africa The frigates had the palsy Thoy danced medicine tones up the whole system and the Balearic Islands in the Medi liked epileptics But over the boom of acts as a stimulant to the Liver and Kid- terranean Bea East of Spain and belong- Â¬ the waters was the boom of the guns neys is a blood purifier and nerve tonic ing to that country The Canary Islands Through those waters another detatcli It curt s Constipation Headache Faint Â¬ have a good coaling station at Las Pal tnent was sent a second a third Span- Â¬ mas Bay while Port Mahon in the Is iards natives the elements even joined ing Spells Sleeplessness and Melancholy a mild laxative land of Minorca one of tho Balearic to repulse them Yet still the guus peris purely vegetable It and restores the system to its natural group Is a magnificent harbor large sisted In tho bastion a breach was Through the crumbled walls vigor Try Electric Hitters and be con- enough to accomodate the largest flset in mado the world Port Mahon was in the the English poured and presently Mani- Â¬ vinced that they are a miracle worker Every bottle gunranted Only 50c a bot- Â¬ olden time a favorito rendezvous of the la had fallen It is related that the American navy Tho possession of these Spaniards fought like fiends that many tle at Short Haynes groups the Canaries aud the Balearic of them refused quarter and that rather OBSERVE THE LAW Islands will complete a continuous chain than surrender 300 drowned themselves RISE AND FALL in the sea Tiie ransom which Manila of British and American commercial stations around tho globe and com paid was 1000000 That waadirtcheap Keep a Messenger 200 Yards In Front Of the Napoleon of the Wheat Pit manding the most important interna- Â¬ and would be tripled to day Of Engine tional commercial current on the globe Have You Taken Your Vacation Air Leitcr This Mr Nimmo explains as follows The season of the year for the traction The most necessary article to have or portable euglno Beginning at Manila this great current to get in its work on Whose Meteoric Career Closed on touches the British stations of India and with you after your pocket book is a the highways byways and passway is at Hiudostan on the Red Sea at Sutz Malta bottle of Foleys Colic Cure It is an ab- hand In this connection it is well June 13th and Gibraltar on the Mediterranean the solute preventative or cure of all derange enough for persons operating concerns latter being midway between the Amer Â¬ ments of the bowels caused by a change of this claes as well as the public gener Joseph Leitor entered the market ican stations at the Canaries and tho or water You are likely to need it A aily to thoroughly understand the law April 2 1S7 and immediately alterward Belearic Islands thence the Atlantic II Fisher Cloverport R A Sliellmau on the subJHCt Section 1312 Kentucky the prettaure of a tremendous power was ocean brings up to Atlantic seaports of Stephensport Gordon Haynes Patcs statutes recites felt but no man know whose was tho tiie United States and of Canada thence ville E A Witt Hardiusburg Any person using operating or raov hand L itera firBt order was negotiated transcontinental railroads to the Pacific lug any traction or portable engine on or by Proker Geo B French It was for coast and theure steamer lines to the along any highway or private pasiway 100000 bushels of May wheat at 70J c East Indies including tho Phillipplno or lane in this State that is moved in Then his orders came thick Islands China and Japan Our British per IjiibIii1 whole or in part by Bteam power shall aud fust The chexpest wheat bought neighbor at tho North has been more send and keep at least two hundred by Letter was fiOOOOO bushels bought sagacious than we in discovering the im yards in advance of said engine a mtBs June IS 1SI7 for September delivery at mense importance of this commercial engar whose duty it shall he to warn all circuit of the globe The construction UJ cents Brother Moore is making tho Earling persons of its approach and render such The deal ran II months during which of tho Canadian Pacific Railway and the ton Bee the warmest insect in the hive assistance as shall be necessary to secure time tint price of wheat was down to lit 3 establishment of a steamer line from its the safety ot all such persons and any The Paducali Nuwsaks centa in June lh7 and up to 185 in Western terminus to the ports of Asia is person failing to comply with the pro- Â¬ Was the over a war since the days of May lbtiS It involved at one time an a realization of the scheme and its suc Â¬ Adam and Evo where the was bo much visions of this section shall bu fined not Interest uf more than 115000000 bushels cess astonished tho world less than ten or more than fifty dollars fighting and so few deople killed But the United Slates has far better of uhi at The highest price reached Yes Gideons operations against the for each offense On cash facilities on its own soil for completing waa SI So Estimated losses city or Jericho were equally as blood wheat 1020000 on July and September such a circuit in connection with our less Mu8lo on the Graphophone futures 2000000 total losses G020000 recently acquired East India possessions Iew people appreciate the marveloui powers of President Loving Gaines of tho Ken- Â¬ the Graphophone at an entertainer It li an Initru nnd the prospect of acquiring the Canary net losses 2520000 and Balearic Islands All this consti- Â¬ tucky Press Association published the inent which though It costs much leu than the leait 8100 Keward 8100 tutes the substantial basis of n grand pictures of himself and his cabinet in expensive muical Instrument will enable Its owner Tho readers of this paper will be pleased British American commercial aud naval his handsome paper the Elktou Pro- Â¬ to have at pleaiure music of any kind from that to learn that there ia at least one dread alliance It is an opportunity opened to gress last week He should have the of a bagpipe to that ol a grand military band It reproduces vocal selections and Rives one command ed disease that science has been able to us and to the English speaking people of cuts copyrighted as there Is danger of of eveiy pleasure that appeals to the sense of hear cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh tho globe which if not embraced at once their healthy countenances being used Ing No Investment pays such large returns in pleasure Besides reproducing the musical and Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive may not occur again in a century or in a patent medicine ad other records made for enterulnmtnt purposes the euro known to tiie medical fraternity never Tills is from the pen of Brother Lyd Graphophone will record Immediately and repro Catarrh being a constitutional disease Mr Nimmo adds that the proposed dane of the Winchester Democrat duce at once and as often as is desired our own requires a constitutional treatment words or song or any sound II y writing to Colum Nicaragua Cannal is far out of the lino A colored brother preaching a funeral bia lhonograph Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally of this great commercial current and sermon over a Co 0i9 Pennsylvania Avenue member of his flock who Washington D C you can obt tin a catalogue noting directly on the blood and mucous had committed suicide said Â¬ We is that will glvo full Information as to prices of not on the line of any important comsurfaces of the system thereby destroy Â¬ mercial current hut simply occupies the called ttrday ter pay tier las token er Graphophone outfits disrespec to our late brother who taken ing the foundation of tho disease and spectacular position of forming a con- der golden bowl to his own hands an giving the patient strength by building One Minute is not long yet relief is nection between two vast unproductive drapped it an spilled de soup er life I up the constitution and assisting nature oceans obtained in half that time by the use of in doing its work The proprietors have Bucklens Arnica Salve One Minute Cough Cure It prevents bo much faith in its curative powers Thk Best Salvk in the world for Cuts consumption and quickly cures colds Suffered 27 Years With Kidney Trou that they oiler One Hundred Dollars for Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe croup bronchitis pneumonia lagrippe ble any case that it fails to cure Send for ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- - and all throat and lung troubles Short Mr G A Stillson a merchant of Tarn Hats of testimonials blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions Haynes Foleys Kidney Cure and postively cures Piles or no pay re Address F J CI I ENE Y Co Toledo O pIco III writes Is meeting witli wonderful success About Red Hair It quired It is guaranteed to give perfect XfiTSold by Druggists 75c has cured some cases here that physi Â¬ tatisfaction or money refunded Price Three out of every 125 English speak A Cheerful Liar cians p onounced incurable I myself 25 centa per box For sale by Short ing people have red hair With cheerfulness worthy of a noble am able to testify to its merits My face Haynes character a romancer ot Peru I ml tells to day is a living picture of health and Tho human machine Btarts but once Fatal to Soldiers tiie story of a rooster that has taken such Foleys Kidney Cure has made it such and stops but once You can keep it go Â¬ Since the enliatmenlfl under the first a liking to its owner a doctor and his I had siilirtred twenty seyen yeara with ing longest and most regularly by using horse that it will not stay at home when thu disease and to day I feel ten years call began more volunteers have died DuWitts Little Early Risers the famous they go out but tiles to a perch on the younger than I did one year ago I can from pneumonia than the navy has lost little pills for constipation and all stom Â¬ horses back dally to make tho rounds obtain some wonderful certificates of its in battle ach aud liver troubles Short A Haynes of the doctors calls He tells also of a medical qualities A R Fisher Clover- Â¬ One Minute Cough Cure Is tho heat neighboring rooster that has forsaken port R A Shellman Stephensport the henroost to Bpend the nights with a Gordon Haynes Patesville E A preparation I have ever sold or used and I cant Bay ti much in praise LM pet cat in a box Witt Hardiusburg Kennon Merchant Odell Ga Short The Louisville Courier Journal Is niw publishing A White Mark Haynes HAYING TIHE the fullest most accurate and most tellable war news of any paper in the South or West It is deFoleys Kidney Cure is a perfectly re Area of Cuba voting all Is inergicsto mating a rtputitli n for liable preparation for all Kidney and Is When Work Horses Should Be The area of Cuba ia about 12000 its wai reports and Is certainly succeeding admirabladder diseases The proprietors of Treated Well square miles exclusive of the Isle of bly The fCourler I imrnsl has subordinated all this Great Medicine guarantee it or monother istue to that ol the war Politics money Pines due south of Havana province Do they not deserve a civil service the tariff all are out of it now The ey refunded It Is a common experience on the farm war Is the one topic discussed by the people and A R Fisher Cloverport j white mark S J P Jones Milesburg Pa writes they want the news of ft fresh and accurate The It A Shellman Stephensport Gordon that the horses lose fUsh rapidly when I have used De Witts Little Early Courier Journal realists this and Is supplying the UBed for any length of time in the hay A Haynes Pateavllle E A Witt liar demand as no other paper can do field The haying season gives on Risers everslnco they were introduced dinsburg prints the The Twlce awcek here and must eay I havo never used any cream of the daily news Courier Journal Wednesday many farms from four to fix weeks of It Is Issued Longevity and Late Hours tlsis work Mowing and raking hay is pills in my family during forty yeara of ami Saturday The price has recently been cut to jo cents a year msltlng unquestionably A medical man who liai been collect of courso hard work on horses espe- Â¬ house keeping that gave such satisfactory Irom Short the cheapest a well as the best psper published ing information about the habits of long cially If the fields are somewhat hilly results as a laxative or cathartic You get 104 six or eight page papers anywhere Haynes lived persons finds that the majority of but I do not consider it so much the for o cents Ily a special arrangement the those who attained old age indulged in hard work that takes the flesh from Courier Journal and the Ilreckenridge News will late hours Eight out ot 10 persons over horses in haying time as it ia the want of Bsan tin Wd You Haw Alwar Bought be sent one year lor only f 15 Subscriptions under 80 never went to bed till well into the proper care and the injudicious care that this olTer must be cash and must Invariably be sent is given them at this season Many small hours to lh Breckinridge News Cloverport Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ darln the rmeta work their horn day feed on corn and hay then a night turn them out to pasture because the horses enjoy it so much The grass loosens thu bowels weakening thn ani mals disarranging their digestion and making hard work tell heavily upon them Again horses come in from work covered with perspiration which dries up-Â¬ on therai Very fow farm horses get the grooming that they need to keep their akin in a healthy condition Few real Â¬ ize how much proper grooming tends to keep a hoise in good flesh and groom Â¬ ing is especially important during tho hard work of summer because of the great amount of perspiration keep them well groomed with a comfortable bed at night aud if they are not fretted need- Â¬ lessly by the drivers during work hours they will do a vast amouut of hard work without losing flesh Â¬ Â¬ MIDST WARS ALARMS A Brcckcnridgc Boy Finds Time To Write Of B A Beautiful TXJyCEl HVO OJ3 W KY TABLE No io s isam 6 45am 8 tjam ti Jam I Triiinn lHvn IoulHYillit m follows No 16 All That Transpires of Interest In Camp tpTeJfviAT invent Present STORCM ra Clnclnnatl and the W ItAlLWAY St Louis and the West I Tampa Fia Editor Hhkckbniiiikik Nbws Sinco my last letter to you there haa been qulto a change in camp nearly all of thu old soldiers have gone aboard mn cmo IS m bit sDa W n A nALT the transports at Fort Tampa and are awaiting order to move which is brlievtd they will get beforo many day some of them aro Buffering terriblo from being crowded so much they lost Ave horses yesterday that was on the transport Recruits are arriving almost dally here about 200 came in today from Ft Mc Phereson one ot thu boys came from Cloverport Ky Ell Hawkins lie enlist- Â¬ ed the 2nd of this month I was very glad to meet him as I seem better satis f- Â¬ led with some ot my old friends here with me although I am not homesick One could not get lonesome here with so many of the jolly boys We are still having a good time bathing and fishing we can catch as many fish in a few minutes as lie can eat Fruit is much higher here than it is in Cloverport oranges are 30 cents per dozen and ban anas are 20 cents and every thing else in jiroportion Tho rainy season has just begun here we have 4iad several rains in last few days but all of us have good tents and we have drained the ground so that the water will not stand around our tents I havo heard no much of tho sunny south but I prefer my old Kentucky homo to this because we can- Â¬ not see the broad fields of corn wheat aud tobacco growing here it sems to mo like there is nothing growing here bo much sand and hot sun one could not cultivate anything without irrigating his farm One dont see scarcely any stock of any kind or no poultry one has to pay the enormous price of 00 cents for a fry Â¬ ing chicken and are scarce at any price We have not had but one death here and that was a private in the 3rd cayalry ho went in bathing and was drowned before any of us cruld reach him Every one seems to be in perfect health but if it continues raining many more days I am alraid that some of us will have malaria which some of the old citizens tell me Well as I have written about all that I have tiruo to I will closo for this time will write more when I get in Cuba that is if thu Spaniards dont interest me too much Love to all my Kentucky friends Respectfully W S King Â¬ sauna or this irtarH MR s arowo A vr nnv vinu MUCTMIISfer will so DINGER BROfC rjtWwvwAora FREE for a few months to all users of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH Flat Iron Brand To induce you to try this brand of starchso that you may find out for 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These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference are free of any suggestion of advertising whatever and will ornament the most elegant apartment No manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its customers They are not for sale at any price and can be obtained only in The subjects are the manner specified American Wild Ducks American Pheasant English Quail English Snipe The birds arc handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life Each Plaque is bordered with a band of gold Iv Louisville Ar St Louis Ar Springfield Moilh Vernnn accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m daily Charlektowu accommodation leaves at 5 30 p m except Sunday Trains Nos 16 so and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis ta a m la 15 noon C40 pm m Irom West -- 7 s a m is 13 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office coutheast corner Fourth and From Kast 7 35 No 44 8tcprn 711am 933am TltAINS AIllttVE 95 am 3 soa Depot Seventh and river detail information regarding rates time on connecting lines steeping parlor riming cars etr address US UIIWN O S W Hy Ticket Agent H District Pass And Alain Louisville Ky 4th Main Ior struts General Pascncer Agent Cincinnati ELsASTIC STARCH has been the standard for as years TWENTY TWO MILLION packages of this brand were sold last year Thats how good it is ASK YOUR DEALER to show you the plaques and tell you about Elastic Starch Accept no substitute How To Gel Them All purchasers ot threo 10 cent or six 5 cent packages of Elastic Starch Flat Iron Brand aro entltlod to re ceive from their Rrocor ono of these beautiful dame Plaques free Tho plaques will not bo sent by mall Thoy can be obtained only from your General Passenger Acent Cincinnati Ohio O II orJMCIIKSSHROUGH Ohio WAItFKL Assistant Henderson Route Louisville Henderson St Louis grocer Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch Do not delay This offor is for a short tlmo only Py Co Time Card In Effect June 20 97 East Hound Lv St ImxI Kvanskillc Henderson Spottsvillc i Owensboro llawesvillo Cloverport Stephensport Irvinglon llraiidenburg ArrLouisville West Hound Louisville llrandenburg Iryington Stephensport Cloverport Ilawesville Owensboro Spottsville Henderson Evansvllle ArrSt Louis No 4 No 44No 7 Mini 2 20im 2411 46 865pm 2 45am 3 10 Iff XW iiil- Hi rim 1 tnTirrrnr tttTrirmfcilTrT EVaeVPEROAV RATES Tha n Will miii mj tontr t u located fl oreilntrwcitu IIKlStlt GS7ain 7 15 788 818 917 10 07 1045 1112 12 35pm M5 37 3 44 4 40 5 01 m 745 43 4 622 328 400 460 510 625 667 60X 7 3J No v No 4I No 619 720 7 39 8 04 9 47 1010 10 40 6 43 45 Iv 7 JOiin 8 51 60pm 8 23pm 9 32 1021 1036 10 63 1148 12 12 915 9 61 1011 WS5 It 35 2 12 40 952 -- Suraniin WILLARO W S MILLER lIouiSvnLEKY ta 915 23am 5 115 732 115 720 HOTEL Jr Mgr JSSSS rLADn HOTEL A 1 trains run through Solid tn Kvansvllle Through iartor cars und Pullman sleepers on all trains between S Louis Kvaniville and Louis- Â¬ ville Numbers it and 42 connect at Irvineton for Fordsville nnd llardinsburg daily except Sunday II C MOHDUE A O I A Ixwisville Ky ft I isB L H St L Rates200 Best House in and 250 til I II mi Louisville t t Ho 10 TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 West Bound Train rji Hound Dally Daily Jaly ex Hun exSun NoS 1125 1140 11 47 1165 13 10Hii 12 25 1235 1265 TIME TABt h Fmdnllle Branch 1897 Traiii Dally il No 1 1050an sUIHi Irlugtor uarneli Darntn luiiction ir JolU a rimsiiiirt TneGBH0P One Minute Cough Cure That is what It was made for cures Junction Mid ex Stir In a No r SoOTn t0712 7 7 27 11 c 7 02 30 20 06 44 If Its Worth Printing 120 1 15 lilrdeini ir FallsRoughlv Dempster 650 6 6 6 6 6 6 llcnuster 45 With Kentucky Editors the Most fascinating Inven- Â¬ tion of tho aire Aluajs ready to entertain It requires nosklll tooper nte It and reproduce tho music of bands orches- Â¬ tras Vocalists or Instru Â¬ mental Knlnlfits ThproU Twice-a-Wee- k 2 05 155 215 230 Iockvalo Iluth Asklns Oaks Mitchell 38 0 5S5 610 5 OOiro S Courier Journal Will Print It SowiIitheIlECKENlUrGE NEVS and every Demix rat every Ilepublicjn eviry an woman or child who can read will want to read It 25om ArKrKivilleL LouisvIHe HendersonSf Louis RyCo nothing like It for an evenings entertainment Other o caUel talking machines reproduca only records of subjects specially lireiared In a laboratory but the Qraphophono is not limited to such performances On tho U raphophono you can easily make und Instantly reproduce records of tho voice or any sound Thus It constantly awakens new Interest and Its charm Is ever fresh Tho reproductions are clear and brilliant Graphopfe9res are sold or 10 aunpd 9uiirlfru or Edison nnd slsedonald Our rstnrillihment Is liencl llic norlil tor Talking Macblnrs aud Supplies Write for catalogue CO 3STO 4 Mar 30 1897 Train 44 TIME SCHEDUIE Taking urroct At 630 oclck A is a Democratic paper olsix or eight pages iivued WeJnesday and Saturday of inch week The Wcdneday Issue prints ail the clean news and the Saturday issue prints storie Micellany Toetry all matters of sptclal Interest In 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from llardinsburg and 1ordsvllle Branch ii0nWna rnnIlD rlor Cars between Louis yillc and Henderson OnlyxJlrect line to the North and East call on or address Agents Frfurther orV HC X to the The Best WarNews 6 p A ucTuMry S IhkheikiI VncnMny lavtoiintal 5 MOHDItWa o p a TB UvlHe Ky uraou V OKiMtJ S Imwnixal Vuctsw A 8 p BRECKENRIDGE NEWS jl OMAHA EXPOSITION 10 GREGORY Wharfmasfers CLOVERPORT Local CO THE KENTUCKY June isi uctotier aist EXPOSITION Â¬ Steamboat Agents GRANDEST Â¬ Â¬ Aeit Oil Company Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Dealers In AaaaRaMHiaHHaKaaEr OASTOIIIA Twlce-a-wee- DeWltt5 Witch Hazel Cures Piles fcalds Slv Burns DooreSftali Blinds Yellow Pine Floor ing and Ceiling Weather Boarding fihinnlea Halt Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plaateriug Ualr Plow Handle Bricks Etc Estlwttes FvrBltfe1 for Bnlldlaf imI BarMJai Matwl- in tho United States Located within cheap and quick accoss of tho entiro Missouri and MissiBsipi Valloya at your own doors Through r tickets hoyond Omaha allow stop ovors Reduced excursion rates to Omaha Tnko tho Burlington Route tho old and estahliBai u to and through Omaha in any di- TOWARD ELLIOTT L except Worlds Fairovor planned v L W WAKELELEY f m Vwk uilJI - KlMJi WHBPwl THEk BREXOKBJKtmDQEX NRWS OLOYEIBLFORT KY WprspY its If Trying to tho pationco to keep on taking medicino that docs not euro But VICTIMS OF VICES Will Feel The Effects of The New War Tax Cigars Will be Tough And Drinks Will be Small PERSONAL MENTION L the city Sunday Mr aud Mrs Bosh aru visiting Mrs W Holt Holt Judiie Jriiuea It Sklllman went to llardlnabuig Monday C II Mills ol Guston was in the city Mniidiiy mi IniHliicm lx Sin rill Fmpiit and eon of llswia villi weie here Sunday 1 BOUNTIFUL CROPS And Perkltm of Irvtngton wai In UMMER CATARRH Catarrh cf Hit towtlt tt caul it it meit prtvaltnt in the summer months is calltd summtr catarrh mssktifASwvlmi Some Days Must Be it is trying that leads to success I you nro Buffering from eczema boils eruptions etc you will begin your euro tha day you begin trying the Blessing of Good Roads Says This Writer of JwnporlHi K Breckenridge WKUNHHDAY DONT AUKE MIXED FLOUR News 18H8 of Louisville punt seveial day in the city last week Walter Mhv nf Lnulr vlllu vielted bis A J Kaz Should Cause All The Citizens Breckenridge to Rejoice f JUNK22 i i fr Local Brevities Vw J J i J The new tax bill designed to collect war revenue for the government will go into i flVct In a short llmu It will hit all claxHCB of people The increato in the tax on beer and tobacco and cgars III work a hardship on people addicted to the use of bjcrand the Â¬ wwwwww wvwww Agitato Kood roads Fruit jars Gregory Glbsiu Ho Bireo Go to Sulzera for hosiery Llaton or Frenchs calliope Thursday Ke3 6toue dressing Gregory Glb oou weed Local dealers havn not yet neen noti Hud by the Internal Revenue Collector as to tho increase nud it will probably not bo done until the law becomes oper- Â¬ Sulzera parasols put all others In the shade Trilby fans nowest and cutest at Sul- Â¬ zera Tho prosperity on of a county dopnda up- Â¬ 3v ood roads No doubt about it Sulzera liavo a nice Hue of umbrellas Prayer meeting at the Baptist church Wednesday evening rices love stock larir f Raliiifnrtlnn n guaranteed at Sulzera MrTBiul Mrs E A Kissam have taken rooms with Sirs Geo Jordan Mrs 0 E Lhthtoot after a protracted illness has almostrecqvcred Frenchs lltw Sensation will please the pcoplo with a show Thursday Sunday was an ideal Rjjjfcscr day Most every ono in town was out prome Â¬ nading Miss Mary Clary of Decatur TI1 is the guest of her aunt Mrs 5 J Bab bagn A With piusnblo roads lending to tills city the volume of business would bo doubled Health Board suggests using copperas and crudo corbolic acid around your premises for Bale at Suz Hal Murray is now the possesor of a haudsome new buegy He Bis he is going to rush all the girls In town The City Tax book for 1818 ia now in my hands for collection Please call and settlu G V Short City Tax Collector K v L E Campbell of Bowling a 12SJMJ2jt will preach at the Elm Street JU Church Thuisuay evening at 8 oclock Mrs Sam Conrad came very near meet- Â¬ ing with a serious accident one evening While entering an adjoning last week room sho lost her balauco and fell sus Â¬ taining a sprained ankle Tho social event of the season in colored circle was the marriage on Sunday of Susan Lee of Hawesville to Henry Jennings of this city Both bride and groom aro ns well as can be oxpected Mrs William Beavin is in receipt of a letter from her husband who is at Hot Springe Ark for his health saying Since my location horo I cau notice a wonderful change fu the condition of my health i Jesse Whitworth has called a meeting of the Democratic County Committee to meet at Ilardinsburg July 7 The object of the meeting ia to recommend three men as ouuty Commissioners under tho now election law ThiB summer more persons are proba Lly enjoying the excellent services of the picket line than ever before On nearly every boat parties consisting of ten or fifteen are taking advantage of the pleas Â¬ ant outing and picturesque scenery Fronchs New Sausation will strike this port Thursday evening It goes without saying that Mr French with the unapproachable reputation he lias HLV ottaiued whilo towing the Ohio will glvo his friends an entertainment well worth the price of admission and one that by no means should be missed This season promises to be tho banner ono for French With his wide reputa- Â¬ tion he has made strenous efforts to giye tha people something extraordinary in drama and vaudeville He will reach thia port Thursday and you should not miss tho production of Uncle Toms Cabin Tho performance will be a con- Â¬ tinuous one aud many laughable acts will be produced Most everyone has some peculiar trait of character and more especially among railroad men does thia exist There is in this vicinity a prominent young rail- Â¬ road man who by the way possesses fo an exceptionally gjodwatch but in or dor to be falthfuVTo his employers he has t set flltoeiyninutes too fast He pajs no attention to any other time piece whiclifthe means of him being a few J mftenls ahead of time Virgil Elgin presiding elder will 1preacu at Holts Chapol next Saturday at 11 a in and Sunday at 11 a m and ad- minister the 8cramnt of the Lords Supper He will alto preach at the Elm Street Methodist church Sunday eveniug at 8 oclock and administer the Sacra Â¬ ment of the Lords Supper The Quar- terly Conference will ho held at tho 0eckenridg Bank Monday night at 8 oclock lIt ia only at rare intervals that this iff city is visited by Ohicugn enterpritea One of the moat ekllliul electro platers in Va the couutry E D Conover isnowat the Mitchell hotel and ia prepared to plate all white mutal gold ollvur copper etc The plating ia brilliant and will not tar ulali It will last ten yeais A Bel of apooiut ia plated for 25 outs aud spoons kuitU and forks for 76 cants Call at HitliU hotel ts i ative in July One brewing company raised the price on beer and tho rest are expected to fall into line The saloon keepers will prob ably do away with large glasses and give their customers sniizera or ponies of beer It is expected that the grow ler trado will be ullicted very mater ially Poorer utoek will enter into the make up of cheap grades of cigars and the nickel cigar of the future it is thought will be on a par with the two for As the il iur mills of this county pro duco but very little mixed flour the tax on that product will yield very little revenue here The local mill does not manufacture flour that is made partially of corn Tho big Loulsvillo concerns pro- Â¬ duce this gradonnd the increased pi Ice will give the country roller mills a bet tor chance to compete Those country mills that produce mixed flour get their corn fl iur from the mills at Greensburg and Mt Vernon Ind that mako a specialty of tho corn filler The stamp act goes into effect July 1st All persons who issue chocks will have to pay for the stamps affixed thereon Those wiio givo mortages notes or other promises to pay will also have to buy starap3 as well as those who tako out life and fire insurance policies Tho special tax on tobacco hits only those who have 1000 pounds of manu- Â¬ factured tobacco and 10000 cigars on hands The tax on tobacco is - cents per pound Its effect will be to make the plug smaller Druggists will be compelled to place a stamp on all proprietory medicines they have in stock and local pharmacists aro making arrangements to that end The tax will be 4 cents on every dollar pack ago 3 cents on 75 cent goods 2 cents on 50 cent and 1 emit on 25 cent packages Â¬ Â¬ 1- Â¬ parent iu this city Sunday G 0 Mason of Liumvllle is the guent ol Mr and Mrs J 0 Jarboe Ji tr Hook of llardiushurg was hem 8uuday and Monday mi business Hamilton Ilcniien of Hawesville whh in the city visiting frlnnds Sunday G H Baker of Ownnhoro was entei talued by the Misses Jarlm Sunday Miss Ituth Sicrritr of Skllliuan visit- Â¬ ed Mr and Mis E M Itartles Sunday Daniel Dick of the firm of Addison Dick Addison was In the rlty Mo iday Will Maltlrgly of Louisville was in the city Monday circulating among his friends Mrs Statira Batt and son Hoxey of Cannelton arrived in the city Monday evening Charles 1 Itabhage nf Loiiavllle i punt Sunday in the city the guest of relatives Mrs M E Brashear who has been visiting at West Point has returned to this city Miss Liza May has returned home alter a pleasant visit to relatives at Owensboro Ky En Nkws HardiiiBbuig Wliy hoti d not the spirit of moital rejulee Verily we see no reason why wo should have the blues longer God has bit seed the labors of tho farmer with the mont abundant w heat crop over gathered I in tliis section the corn and tobacco crops not a whit behind hut of course not matured yet In a short ride from Hatdlusburg to Itockvale last week our ta never beheld such crops and such pioperity of the agricultural class We taw ou every side the harvester of the latest improved makes Dcerlug Wooda ami tho Ciiamplou vying witli each oth er as to which sliould do tho nicest nud most work work with the least outlay of labor of both man and boast Our deal Â¬ ers say this is a record breaking year for Belling machines Mr Pate of Jolly Statioil reports the sale of 23 harvesters B F Beard Dillon A Co thirteen aud Miller 10 a total of forty Dellaveu six tiiHclilues that havo been sold In this Â¬ Commonwealth Attorney Miller and Gus Brown of Ilardinsburg were in the city Tuesday Judge W II Stanley of Henderson spent last Sunday iu Holt tho guest qf Miss Nellie Burks Mrs Geo Fetter and children are with her mother Mrs John Burks for the HES B1Q HEARTED And a Great Lover of Flowers And Fruits Â¬ There are few larger hearted In this community than Charles May He pos sesses all those elements that mako up a splendid character aud one of his lead Â¬ ing attributes is a love of fl iwers It is a revelation to vleit his cczy home with its pretty lawn aud well kept garden Beau tiful roaes exqutsito perennials rare exotics and luxuriant tropical plants lend their beauty of flower and foliage to make a perfect environment to the home Mr May and his accomplished wife are bage both horticulturists of a high order Charley Watt Babboge went to Louis- Â¬ They have large t uccess with all their ville Sunday He will work witii his plants and aleo with their small fruits father in the establishment of Harbison They aro the only growers in this sec- Â¬ Gathrlght tion of the delicious Japan se wineberry Mrs Win Hall and baby Irout of aud the success tin y have met with is an Webster were in the city Sunday Mrs olequent tribute to their enthusiasm Hall wan visiting her sous Stephen aud Ether Hall NO MARKET Capt Hugh Atkiesou of the Third Until the Threshing Kentucky regiment United States army For Wheat was tho guest of Miss Bettio Bowmer Season Sunday evening The future of tho local wheat market Arthur Haynes of the Cincinnati is very uncertain Cooperage Company stopped over in The News reporter intorylewed one of the city Sunday on his way from Hawes- Â¬ our local millers as to the situation Mon- ville to Hardinsbur The situation is pecu- Â¬ day and he said Mr and Mrs Grant Mason and sister liar Just a short time ago wheat for Miss Katie Whitton and Misses Bertha July delivery was contracted for at 76 and Minnie Haywood all of Victoria cents but on account of the uncertainty were iu the city shopping Monday that is now a feature of the market Mrs Mike Popham children and prices have fallou to 70 cents We will mother-in-laMrs Delphina Popham not buy wheat until the threshing sea Â¬ who have been visiting relatives at son opens by that time the market will have Meade county have some stability I would not dare Cedar Braucb returned home predict tho opening price for new wheat Johu David Gregory accompanied by but I think it will bo low bis little daughter Iutx aud little Ola I Graham went to Louisville Wednesday Mr Grfgory while absent attended tho A O U W festivities at tho Falls City Mr and Mrs Milton Miller of Samplo wero tho guests of Mr and Mrs Frod DHuy Sunday Mr Miller is a leading merchant and former of the Sample neighborhood aud is ono of tho repre Â¬ your baby is delicate sentative citizens of this county Â¬ Â¬ summer at Addison Miss Mary O Durham one of Boyle comitys handsome daughters is visiting the Misses Boomer Mrs Wm Minor entertained a few of her friends at Addison Monday evening to a raspberry supper Miss Anna Baitt went to Louisville where she will visit friends Wednesday She will bo absent for a month traveling agent of Geo LaUise Frenchs new sensation arrived in the city Tuesday to bill the town Master Houston Fairleigb of Louisville is the guest of his cousins J D Babbage Jr aud Addie Louise Babbage Jones Mercer while on his way homo from Louisville to Hardlnsbug stopped in thia city and visited friends Saturday night Genial Si Pate the leading livery man of this county and one of Hardiusburgs best citizens was in town Saturday night Mrs Jonas Wilson and son Eddie who havo been visiting at Patoka Ind tho past three weeks havo returned home Mrs Chits lteidel aud son Charles of Holts Bottom were in the city Sunday They were the guests of Mrs Itosa lteidel Miss Addie G Ditto of Louisville She will be arrived in the city Mondav the guest of her sister Mrs J D BabÂ¬ section this season and still tho hurvi st hai only just beguu And we havo actually begun the sys tem of good roads for our county and this is creating a ileal of enthusiasm among the people generally We now have about thirteen miles of road graded in magisterial district No 1 aud at a coot of perhaps 200 Tho farmer now living live or six miliB from town can hitch up a horse to tils hugty nud start to town with his wife without the addi- Â¬ tional trouble and expense of having to take along an extra horse and man to tho vlhlcle through the mud and up nud down tho hills as in former days Enquire Mattiugly ia pushiug tho woik on his roads aud before winter comes ou wo shall havo such syttem roads here as we shall all bo proud to claim as our work Tho croakers will soon cease to croak about expense of constructing roads when they see as they are bound to Kee that the roads are graded at so small an outlay as the work Is really bo lug done for Why just think of it thirteen miles of road already graded which lias cost ail told about two hun Â¬ Tho way iu which our dred dollars district is being worked our roads will be iu splendid condition by October by which time wo think tho upnoueuUof tho road tax will rise up aud call our Fiscal Court blessed for having done so much for them without even consulting their wishes in the matter Some will per haps say the writer of this is an agent to sell some road machine or oue of the employes of the county to work on ttio roads In this they will bo mistaken tho writer is only a citizen a tax payer owning property in the county to which one of these roads lead Â¬ Â¬ bowel trouble Is catar- Â¬ rhal Dr lfartmana books mako this plain Wrlto to tho Medicine Co Columbus O for them They tell all about catarrh and how a cures It wherever located I had chronlcdiarrhcca for fifteen years writes Mr T E Miller Grand wj I tried m Prairie Tex many medicines and doctors in vain At last was recom- Â¬ mended and It relieved and cured me at once Mr John Harting 033 Main St Cincinnati O My wife and writes if myself took your for chronic diar Â¬ rhoea and it cured us No doctor or medicine we tried before helped us Mr Edward Wormack Lcdbottcr Tex writes for bowel troubles is unequalled by anything In my ex- perience I owo my a and lliMiittOtfilttl1 life to shall always recom- Â¬ mend it to those suffer Â¬ ing as I was Mr John Edgarton 1030 Third Ave I suffered from Altodua Pa says dysentery for three years I took and am now weU Pe-ru-Pe-ru-- jfe Itsurprisesmanythat Dark and Dreary HOW IS YOUR UM1JRELLA f wearing ntm sJ I i Is it still weather proof or does it let in tlicbiy drops on that new lint of yours There arc times when the purchase of tin umbrella seems a far away necessity and the next morning comes a rain that soaks get that umbrella Â¬ tl 55ll Pe-ru-- you and fills you full of regret and you are bound to Pe-ru-- na DONT PUT IT OFF Youll repeat the experience plete Get it to day just buy one and be Our line is comÂ¬ t t t t I on the dry side of the uinbiclla MI NICE STYLES IN Pe-ru-- na RARASOLS Ladies i I HERES A RECORD Misses and Children Seven Miles or Fine Road Built at Small Cost The Cloverport district is extremely fortunate in possessing so conscientious and able a man for road overseer as 11 He is an enthusiast on tho Walker good road subject and puts his whole heart in the work Ho is to bo congratulated on the splendid record he has made on road construction during the past season During the short time that he has had tho use of a road nachine ho has graded quite au amount oi road the exact figures being seven miles completed in eight day and that at a cost of only 57 Those who era competent to speak on the matter Bay that it is the best piece of dirt road in tho county The cost of tho same piece of road under the old conditions would have been SI00 It is Mr Walkers intention to get the State Patterson Hill and Ohio river roads iu good shape this year audevery cuergy will bo strained to this end Mr Walker intends to fill up tho mud holes Iu Allens and Thompsons lanes with crushed lock and thus permanently improve them He made arrangements Saturday for scrapers and other tools so that the work may be greatly facilitated Oh SULZERS Heston I Teeth Extracted Without Pain Willis Co YOUNG MAN Dr S D Smith Who has been in Cloverport for the past few days have you given Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin a trial It will cure you of your A QENERAL CLEAN UP constipation will correct your stomach make your life worth living Has Been Ordered by The Health troubles and I rial szi bottles 10c 10 doses 10c largo Boardl sizes We and 100 of Chas 0 Martin ON THE I Bay GET MARRIED Dont let the expense scare you The cost of Qiicensware Glass waie WILL REMAIN UNTIL The Board of Health has commenced a vigorous campaign against dirt and nuhauces that threaten the public health It has Bsrved notices on proper ty owners to clean up the yards aud the streets in front of their premises and it has also ordered tho owners of pig stye that are located within tho city limits to abate such where they are declared to bo RAMPAGE Into Groceries and other household nec- Â¬ The doctor Is prepared to extract teeth artifiessities is lower than ever before absolutely without pain and iusert cial teeth in three or four days No Wc can set you up in the above more waiting six months JUNE 28 1898 Clover Creek Transformed a Raging Torrent Teeth Filled without Inln Use of Electricity mentioned lines cheaper than any one else Ask your married friends by the is this not so nuisance as the Board Tuo orders are being generally obeyed has shown a disposition to prosecute those who ignore both the warnings and orders Ttie city is now being placed in splon did sanitary condition Pleasant Time Promised The showers of last Friday dampened the frills and frizzes of the Bay Viewers to such an extent that a meeting was not held as had been arranged The next and prosslbly the last regular meeting of the circle will be with the Misses Greenwood Friday July 1st the pro gram for which will be announced later Ou next Friday there will be a cal ed meeting of the circle with Mrs R B McGlothlau The library will be formal Â¬ ly opened rules adopted and oillcors elected for the coming year The pro Â¬ gram for last meeting will be the literary feature of tho afternoon Let all be present aud any persons wishing to join the library will send their names to the librarian Mrs R B McGlothlau Â¬ was a gully washer and and Bridgework Tho water came down In Crown Teeth without plate such volumes that it soon converted old Clover creek into a maddened torrent And All Kinds of Filling The water came Bwirling down with a At Reasonable Prices mighty rush and roar and with the force of a cloud burst The creek bed was Read what a few of the many people of torn to pieces and the accumulated mud Cloverport have to eay of Dr Smiths and slime washed away Painless Process The Hushing that the creo k received Wc have a large line of Fruit June 10 188 Dr Smith rxtrcted three teeth for me without enhances the sanitary condition of the pain uinB the viulzed Jars and Cans for sale cheap We q yeaqkr city aud removes a causo for malarial mention this as a reminder as the complaints June jo 18y8 I had three very bad ronti extracted without p tin canning season has opened While the rain was welcome to farÂ¬ day MllS OHN KIMOIIK mers it was not an unmixed blessing as to June 31 ISJS it did some damage Low Waggoner lost Smith extracted ievtn Ir and gladly recommend liicrth fir me without considerable wheat and James Tucker pain lrcM1I1iliv had his growing crop of tobacco washed June 301898 out by the storm I had Dr Smith extract one tonlh for tne without ORVAI GltliGORY theleatpiin Fenny Wise and Pound Foolish aro they who hayo not Foleys Colic A Cure as a safe guard in the family H Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stophensport Gordon Haynes Pates And older ones too for that mat- Â¬ villa j E A Witt Hardlnsbuig ter wc have the prettiest line of a clod soaker I Fridays rain HOUSEWIVES 1 YOUNG LADIES 5sX5ex Swiss Cheese Does Baby Tha ve If FOR SALE My Livery SPLENDID MUSICIAN Was a Former Resident of Clover port One of the pleasantest evonts in Louisville musical circles thi9 Beason wai the recital given last week by Mrs Stone This accomplished lady was onco a resi dent of Cloverport Her father Doctor Bishop ta tho owner of the Cloverport Hotol Â¬ Stable Dried Beef Boiled Ham Canned Meats Belts to wear wjth your Shirt Waists that has ever been shown in this city Call and sec our selection of Fans They arc exquisite in their beauty Everything in Good Condition A Bargain for some one Call on or address yRjv and sickly and its food does not nourish it put fifteen or twenty drops of Scotts Emulsion in its bottle three or four times a day and you F Tar T Spring l HEYSER Notice Fresh Eatables of everj kind BIG TIME Will be Had Cloverport Ky now open for the reception ofa Alio cotue to rent limited number of boarder to thotc wlthing to do their houelerpni Dining room kitchen anJ Hove free tothoethat rent cot Heston at LaHelat Grove will see a marked change We have had abundant proof that they will thrive on this emulsion when other food fails to nourish them It is the same with larger children that are delicate Scotts Emulsion seems to be the element lacking in their fdod Do not fail to try it if your children do not thrive It is as useful for them in summer as in winter AsM The picnic to be given at Lallelats grove Saturday July 2nd by the mem Â¬ bers of St Hoses parish will be a grand affair There will he a grand barbecued dluuer a contest to determine who is the ugliest man and the most popular young lady on the grounds and acbild rens contest The Willett Bros will furnish the mualu which will be It will only cost 10 cents to get a ride to tin plcnia grounds Jack Mat tlngly Dick Carter John F Beaveii Joe Frlul and Win McGoven are managers Crowd Will AtteHd Sam Jones will preach the dedicatory sermon for the M E Church at Irving ton Siturday July 2nd A large crowd will avail itself of the excursion rates ou tha railroad aud will go to hear him Quito a party will attend hia lecture at Brandwnburg Saturday eyanlng Dig Shipments Quite an amount of tobacco ia being shipped from this point to Louisville by boat During a part of last week about thirty hogsheads were shipped dally from J B Pace Jrs warehouse Ujcv KD11AM1IIKTON Iroprictor Tar Springe CITY Willis Co Breckenrldae Circuit Court w Virgil Hardins Administrators rialntilT vs Vlriil Hardins htira c defendants having- - claims against the cistc o All rets nt VlrRll Hardin decessid ate hcrby notified to produce the same before the undersigned Special Master Commissioner at his officn In Cloverport Ky properly proven on or before the first day of September 1848 Given tinder my band as Special Master Com miuloner el said court this 6th day or June l8S JAS HSKIILMAN S MC1IC Administrators Notloe Alt penoni having clilms againit tha mate ot the dcctaMid Mrs Sallio I Tale art notified to pteicnt them properly proyen lor settlement on or before 8 A I ATM Administrator Sept 1 1S9S HardunburK Juie 151898 Forthirty years Tutts Pills have proven a blessing to the invalid Are truly the sick mans friend Tried Friends Best A Known Fact DIVCDV i W Notice The Democratic Committee of Ilrackcnrldge county UlitrcbycalLd to meitat liar dlmburg July Kvcry member of the committer It requen 7 lSgS j WlllTWURTIi Chairman 11 to U present 9 K For bilious headache dyspepsia 15 00 per Week sour stomach malariaconstipaw W will pay a salary of lijoo per week tton and all kindred diseases penses for man with rlf to Introduce our Electrlo Light Franchise On lune joth I will sell to tha highest and J- 9ur decter BOWME if this it not rut Onmhu Hew Yfc TUTTS Liver PILLS AN ABSOLUTE CURE SCOTT aud ex Poultry Mlstur and Insect Destroyer in the country Itef Address with stamp required tXRKXCTtON MFO CO lartons Kan best bidder an tltcttlc llnht franchito to run for a terra of to ears Iroru data of its approval by the City Council Sale at City 1 fall at 10 1 jo a ra VN DHUY City Clark LMt LOST One solid steiliog silver bracelet with Mildred on the lock tho Under will return same to this oftceand receive reward THn BRaOKBNRIDOH BreckenriUgSvnews IU NRWB OU0V1 Y HARDINSBURG IRVINGTON THE W0NBERS OF SCIENCE J - k t A lino rain baa holped vegetation Lung TrmiBlet and CeiipimftiM Can be If you want ice cream soda call on J Cured greatly II Hook Dr Milton Board nnd wife Kirk wero Mirs Tyler entertained a number of An Eminent New York Chemist and Soleii- FROM FOOT TO KNEE in town last Sunday the young people pleasantly lost even- Â¬ 1lit Makes a Free Offer to Our Ohio Woman Suffered Great Agony Ice cream at all hours during tho sum Â¬ ing Readers From a Terrible Sore Her Story of mer Beason J II liook Miss Lena H Hensloy Hardiusburg is The distinguished New York chemist Cure the Case and Her Phillip Lascler and wlfo nnd Mina Las visiting her nunt nnd will remain some Â¬ T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ For many yonrs I was afflicted with a cler wero hero last Sunday time ery of a reliable and abcolute cure for milk leg and a tow years ago It broke out Hoy Cain wm in the zenith of his Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis Mlra Mittle McCuhbins of Stephens In a sore and spread from my foot to my glory Sunday Success to you littlo P nnd all bronchial throat lung and knee I autlored gnat agony It would port is visiting here this week chest diseases stubborn coughs calnrrhal burn and Itch nil tho time and discharge The faro to Irvington Inly 2 wilt bo M a great deal My health was good with llfty cenU for the round trip Hon Johu P Haswell Hardiusburg affections general decline and weakness tho exception of this noro 1 tried a great loss of flesh and nil conditions of wast Â¬ George linker was here last Sunday was among tho guest at H M Jollys tnauy kinds of salvo but nomo would ing away will send THREE FREE BOT Â¬ Sunday visiting his father Dr J T Dnkor irritate tho soro bo that I could hardly TLES all different of his Now Discov Â¬ Miss Charlotte Herndon bad boon a Miss Annie Kskridge of Louisville is aland the pain I could not go near the guest at Oakland tho charming home eries to any afflicted reader of tho Breck flro without suffering Intensely Someone hero visiting Mrs John I Haswell kniuixie News writing for them placo of the Tylers sent me papers containing testimonials of Mrs Heed of Louisville is hero visit- Â¬ His New Scientific Treatment has cures by Hood a Sarsnparlllo and I told guests Sunday cured I enjoyed as pleasant ing her mother Mrs G W Heard thousands permanently by its my husband I would like to try this med- Â¬ llev S K Breeding is attending tho Mrs John Lyddan and littlo ones and timely use and he considers it a simple icine Ho got mo u bottlo and I found It 1 kept on taking It until my professional duty to suffering humanity Preachers Institute this week nt Smiths hopo they will come again soon helped mc Misses Bovie Cain Minnio Stlth and to donate a trial of his infallible cure I cannot Grove Ky limb wns completely healed praise Hoods Barunparlllei enough for tho Science daily develops new wonders Mieees Lizzie and Eula Millor were in Nannie Lyddan of Webster wero the great benefit it has been to me It town and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ last Sunday the guests of Mies guests of Nannie Lao Jolly Sunday cleanses tho blood of all Impurities and Mr and Mrs Weaver of Louisville menting for years has produced results Mns Anna 13 Alice Baker leaves it rich and pure are at Washington place They will as beneficial to humanity as can be KAKEN Whittlesey Ohio John Haswell nnd Ii N Miller were remain until after the McGehee Avltt claimed by any modern genius His as- Â¬ You can buy Hoods Sarsaparilla of all nttending Magistrates Court at Bewley wedding sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ druggists Bo sure to get only Hoods yillo last Friday Miss Lena Drury whose presence tion aro curable in any climato isproven anilly nro l1 Prof Logans school closed last Friday aorl 1 filed nOOCl S riK- ctliirt e lrci 2v He is very well pleased with the work of beamed upon us like a ray of sunshine by heartfelt letters of gratitude lass week has returned to her Bewley in his American nnd European laborator the session just closed ies in thousands from those cured in all BEWLEYVILLE Marvin Beard returned last week from vllle home parts of the world Miss Mary Blandford was another of Nashville where he has been nttending Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ Bewleyvilles fair and charming daugh- Â¬ Hugh Ilnrriawnw Is Improving rapidly Vanderbilt University ters whom it was our pleasure to greet chial chest and luug troubles lead to Mrs Mary Garrett who has been visit- Â¬ Cousumption which uninterrupted The weather very warm and n nice nil ing here several weeks will return to her and have as gueBt Sunday means speedy and certain death day rain Friday A large delegation from Bewleyville home in Illinois this week Simply write to T A Slocum M O H N Miller came up from HnrJins The most complete stock of confection- Â¬ and Webster were present Sunday at the 08 Pine street New York giving post burg to nttend court Friday exDress address eries and fancy candies in this town nt exercises of the day Truly these three office nnd will be promptly and the freeÂ¬ sent SufferMiss B Ada Drury is at home again communities verify Lot brotherly love medicine J II Hooks tho city bnkor ers should take instant advantage of his Seems liko old times to linve her again continue generous proposition Frnnk Pnte who has been noting as Miss Florence Cain went over to Har Please tell the Doctor that you saw his Golden Rod of Bewleyville with nesistant teacher iu the B N College tho dineburg Thursday to remain uutil Mon- Â¬ past session has gone to Lebanon her family of three younger children offer iu tho Breckknridoe News day came down and made us all glad Sunday The will of Wm Smiley was probated LOOK OUT She does not say much but what she Arthur Walker ie at home nnd lit tho in County Court last Monday His the service of any ono who wishes dental son Robert was named as the benefici- Â¬ does say counts and we would enjoy Mr Sam Dix is convalescent more frequent comings work done ary Mr S L Vondergriff made a business Bro Hesson was too ill to come to The wheat harvest is largely satisfact Â¬ A good rain fell in this locality last trip to Cloverport last week to fill his appoint Â¬ Irvington Sunday ory nnd this Saturday night is nhout half Satutday Vegitutiou was much refresh Â¬ Mios Nettie Basham is visiting Miss ments a fart which caused much regret completed ed It was thu first shower we had had Daisy Watlington tills week Mr Weaver however was present and MIhs Uutli Fontaine with her nuntp for several weeks Mr J C Stiff filled his regular ap Â¬ filled the pulpit preaching us a sermon Misses Uicliel and Wivy Stitli visited Dr A M Kincheloe received a letter on Love which subject he handled pointment Sunday evening lievie Cain Wednesday last week from his sou Lewis who enlisted veil presenting truths which if accepted Mr Asia Kraush was the guest of Miss Tho tobacco men are nil right now in the army n short time since He says and adopted would make far more of Pearl Pemberton Suuday evening since they have had eutli a good Benson the boys are nil doing well happiness in this earthly life Miss Ada Maxwell was the guest of for putting nut plants llev U K Campbell was here last Misses Lena Drury and Blanch Jolly Miss Gertie French last Saturday Miss Lena Drury ppent last week at Sunday and filled the pulpit at the M Missrs Overton Blandford and Hoy Cain Irviuglou assisting in tho Childrons Mr J II Canary and wile were the E church South He is traveling in the sang a quartette Sunday morning which Day work Shu was the guest of Mrw It guests of Mr nnd Mrs Sam Ammons Interest of the Preachers Aid Society was appreciated by the many This Suuday evening M Jolly McAvitt who is to be married this Bewleyvillo quartette lias such a wide The cornfields in this neighborhood Miss Ada Maxwell of Glendeane ia are n joy to behold so well cultivated week to n handsome Breckenridge reputation that any words of commendavisiting her cousins Misses Carrie McCoy and clean Truly tho fanners heart county girl goes to Mississippi where he tion I might express would be superflu- Â¬ and Pearl Pemberton has secured control of n very fine school ous but I do want lo express to each bhoilld rejoice A great many of this vicinity expect to Messrs Mordue and Cayce and Lamp one of theui my appreciation for their lion Johhl Una well came to our willingness to respond to my calls and hear the sermon of evangelist Sam Jones town Friday and remained a guest nt ton officials of tho Texas accompanied at Irvington July 2nd Fair Lawn until Monday morning Our by several ladies were in a special car thank them heartily for part present Hev T G Fallen commences a pro- Â¬ nnd future favors Representative is a general favorite a unroute to the Falls of Hough last Satur- Â¬ On every side we hear talk of Sam tracted meeting in Roborts bottom the worthy one day Fourth Sunday in June Past Grand Maetr J Speed Smith of Ilevs W B Sneed and Charley Hob Jones coming Yes he is coming and The old womeu of this vicinity would lliulitnoiul Ky visited Hewleyvlllo loJge bins returned from Bowling Green last the time is fast nearing Let overy one No 22S In the interest of tho Masonic Sunday where thoy had been to attend understand fully that the sermon Is free like to hear the old fox hunters Mr A Widows nnd Orphans Home lie is the District Conference of the M E It is a gross mistake that an admittance N McCoy and Mr L R Adkisson bo fee will bo charged After hearing Sam they can cave a few of their chickens spending a few days with Clius iSlan church ford Jones and enjoy ug n pleasant inter There was a party given at the home Dr II C Board went to Louisville last Adolphus Jordan nnd Co have set change of greetings and hospitalities if of Mr Sam Amnions iu honor of his son Friday to bring borne his daughter Miss you go away from Irvington twelve ucrea in tobacco plants When the Ralph The guests were beautifully en Lizic who has been there under the strings of your pocket book without un- tettalned by Misses Wheeler and Am Â¬ being he undertook tho job many thought it treatment of physicians for several mons The music was rendered beauti- Â¬ loosed it will not be Sam Sones fault fully by Messrs T Robinson of Union such a big one that he could not com months Reports are ugly things you know so Star and Mr Barrett Gough of hvans He wants ull who prophesied pass it Lee Montgomery who got crippled in remember that when putting on your viile Those from a distance were as folto take especial note of this item failure lows Mirs Ada Maxwell aud Mr J tliti wreck on tho brauch near Sinking Powell of Glendeane Miss Viola Whit The General Conference nt Baltimore Creek several weeks since was enroute to Sunday clothes for that occason declared that the President of nu Ep Judging from the many kindly words worth and brother of Popular Flat Mr worth Iiuigiio if a man was a member Louisville one day last week He has of appreciation expressed to me indivi- Â¬ Barrett Gough of Evansviile of a Quarterly Conference and thereby not sufficiently recovered to resume bis dually am suro that the Childrens Day entitled to n vote in the body hut in case position MARKET REPORTS exercises uiUBt have been satisfactory thi3 prabiduut be n woman hio could not The will of WG Jordan was probated in and I want to thank each child as well Drain null Mock Quotations For June 18 he entitled to the same The mists of tho County Court last Monday Mrs Jor- Â¬ as the older ones for tho work they did the Dark Ages still hover over us New York This vieinity wns very generously re dan was namtd in the will as txecutor and for the willingness with which they 11 00212 00 extra mess Ileef Kamlly 8 0O8 T3 packed presented at Irvington Sunday at all the but she renouueed the provisions of the 00aiO 60 Cut meats did all that was required Tho children -I- lcklfd bellies OWaVAc pickled shoul services he Baptist Sunday school in will and qualified as administrator of for the work aud ders 40 pickled hams 728c Lard deserve the praise the morning was uood The Methodist church pu pit was lllled by Mr 11 Ierry the estate words of approval cost little so let those Western steam 0 45 Pork Old mess 11 76uia n Tho will of Charles Miller was probat who enjoyed give to the children the Weaver lo tho delight of nil present llutter Western dairy 14ffil7c creamWe folks over here want him to coino nil iu the Couuty Court last Monday ery 14Q17o do factory llQIBc Cheese and preach for us The people treated Ilis sou James Miller is named as exe- Â¬ kindly word of approval which will State Inrac BVjWAc small OfcDVic pnrt please their little hearts and wilt not 1 skims 5V4Si014cj full skims 2Q3c Eg gt us vi ry graciously at dinner time In the afternoon wo were entertained by cutor Mr Miller left a large landed am sure foster a spirit of vanity in them State and Pennsylvania llQl Jc western a Np 1 Cliildruno Day service Tho estate near Hardiusburg which goes to They did the work and I am proud of fresh lie 63c Cora OVAc Oats Whcut little ones performed their parts very his children 32a them nnd lovo each one of them with a Ilyo 07c creditably and those iu chargii showed Presiding elder Hawes and Itev 8 F heart full of love good taste and judgment iu their selec- Â¬ Chicago tions Wo hope to be with them ngaiu Kelljy went to Lost Hun to hold Quar- Â¬ Cattle Ilceves 4 WXUB 33 cows and next year 3 30Q4 75 Texas steers heifers 3 758 terly meeting there last Saturday Hev New Telephone Line 4 202 1 00 4 75 GoiDKN Hoi western stockers and Kelley is making his effort to establish Ifawcsville IUindealer reeuers VJ lUo OU Hogs Yorkers J4 804 55 roughs coma Methodist church out there Hereto- Â¬ Tho next meeting of the council will 3 05QM SO mon to eooii mediums and Pfg fSJK sVB ikm i fore the Lost Hun country has been grant a franchise to I O Adair of Fords t W- heavies 4 30 piss S3 G0Q4 00 occupied mostly by Baptist people Sheep aud Lambs Choice sheep 4 25jJ vllle to erect aud operato n telephone 4 45 fair 3 An application for the new road lead Â¬ line to Fordsvllle Cloverport nnd nil 5 10 exports 2044 40 common S4 23 4 3 00 choice lambs Wl ing from Cloverport to Pisgah by the other nenr by places not now in connec- 6 00 Wtieat fiOc Corn 31c Oats 24ftc Itya way of the Tur Springs was filed in tho tion with this place 41c The Leading Specialists of America County Court last Monday Tho follow Â¬ Pittsburging viewers were appointed Frank 20 YEARS IN OHIO 5 1023 15 rood 13 00ft Cattle Choice Iayne Chintz Hoyulty aud Albert llatt 4 7544 85 fair 5 10 tidy butchers 40 250000 JURED 14 00tf4 80 heifers 4 03 common 3 50 An Application wns filed for opening this 40 bulls stacs aud cows 2 COQ4 30 ill cons road sometime ago hut It met with some WE CURE EMISSIONS fresh 2004 3534 40 mediums Hoes Yorkers opposition There seems to be nothing Nothlnif run ha mnro demoralizing in 4 4Sft4 nil miMlo niiiil men than thoiircs 3 lOrj fair II 00 grassers youutfor in the way this time nnd tho application onco of thexo ninlitly Iomcs lhey 4 lMt 20 3 15 henry rough 2 50fT fniMi Eczema is more than n skin disease 3 50 pigs limillln van vnH will go through 70il 400 of tllKgiutanda whole train of symptoms and no remedies it There will be n ppecUl train run on doctors skin uniiblo to can eurocure Tho 4 Sheep Choice 4 03ri4 10 good S4 OSitf iivj uitui uwu ui uuiuei uiarduu uvo effect a nnd 10 3 254c 85tr74 00 common fair life and social happiness Xo matter tho branch to Irvington Saturday July thuir lnlncrnl mixtures nro damaging 3 60 lambs fi 4 03U500 whether muted liy oil habits in south natural weakness or cexual excttaco our to thu most powerful constitution The 2 for the Leuntit of thu those desire to lluflitlo New McthoJ Trcatuieut will poiltlvuljr hear Sam Jones The fare from liar wholo trouble is in tho blood and l 35Q4 63 curojou shipping Cattle Ilutchcrs Swifts Specific is tho only remedy 4 CVJJ4 DO best steers 5 00Q3 25 good diusbuig will bo only fifty cents for the which can reach such deep seated blood NO CURE NO PAY 3 25i4 25 stockors und vows and heifers Tho rail aud company diseases round trip Header ou need help Karlyuburoor feeders 4 0045 00 Inter cxcetsci may hao weakened you 4 30H4 33 roughs com Hogs workers makes this low rate iu order to give Eczema broke out on my daughter and con- KluoBuro luftv haio dliifiTisfHl nn ou -3 fUffi 15 mon to good mediums and yr every one nn opportunity to hear tills ItUUCU lO iJirtlUI Ulllll uro uui mio uii rureu Our New Method 4 00414 10 4 45 pigs heavies will euro ou xuu run no rule distinguished divine All should take her head was entirely 4 23Q Rhcep and Liiuibs Sheep extra covered Bliowaa treated 3 OOU5 10 common 4 30 good prime 1 advantage of it for they will bo we CURED 3 003 60 choice lambs 5 40433 50 by several good doctors repaid for going Yountr ITan Yon nr iutn fnrliln but grsw worse and the 11 i nnl rinr Cleveland would make n good sum Â¬ dreadful disease spread Hardiusburg ciUliIo You luorono H ami despondentbtcmna furgctful pimples Hogs Yorkers and light 4 20 mediums MoUhci and mer resort for those seeking health and to her face She was and buavles 4 20 stags and roughs 2 75 U sunken eyes wrinkled face utooplnif taken to two celobrated 4j3 60 pleasure There is not u more healtl form and ilowncast countenance reveal 3 0042 4 60 Ubeep Hhcep and Lambs health aprlnga but rej luoLlijlitof yourcxlitcnce fill location in the surrounding couutry lambs 3 804i5 15 ceived no benefit Many liSflSisE29u E WECUREVARICOCELE Stcers 3 85414 76 helfers3 25 Cattlo patent medicines were taken but without re The morals of thu town are excellent 23 cows and bullsjl 00413 65 we decided to nv luitiivr www tuuuun yuur caio may Tho pe pltf who are here nlready and suit untillirit bottle waa try 6 8 8aml by the 04 time tho tuny imvv uwi u uur if J unlihed her head be Cincinnati gan to heal A dozen bottles cured her com WKiJW I Wlimoi THKATMKNT will dont desire to get awny dwell together pletely and left her skin perfectly A MA k wormy turns No a Wheat No 2 red H4c Corn U CIUI14 smooth 8he their normal condi tloa and bence the in peace nnd harmony nnd live off the Is now sixteen years old and has a magnificent mixed 33c Oats No 3 mixed 28c Uyo Hi rexual onrans rwfvi nmn tinttrtlt growth of hair Met a sign of the dreadful NH 42c fat of the land Theru nre no disturb- Â¬ disease has ever returned I incut llio orirani Lecomo vitalized all Lard i5 65 Hulk meats 5 02V4 Ilncon TA uunntural uralni or lotei ceaio and ances No police court Dout need fO 70 a i maniy iKiwcrii return not Lucas Ave nTSnoix fit LouU Mo no tcuiornry y lentflt hut a iicnnanent cure nuurwf 3 00faU 03 Mogs Cattle 12 60ff4 CO any Joy and poacu nhounJa Dont expect local applications of Bhep 2 75U4 2R j 0 I Ill NO 1AY NO OIMHA i T fONNfrtWAUY NO uklXN Uro who run the Urti n soaps and nulves to euro Eczema II tinker Thoy Uoston Flog store nt llawesville Ky were reach only tho surface while tho di Â¬ 5 iiOV FilOrfl JJltJIKESS Wool Ohio fleeces X and above sease comas from within Swifta 20c XX 2Sr XX and above 204130c 2542 GUHES GUARANTEED heio last Monday aud rented the store- Â¬ Spcciflo de lalne 30o No 1 combing 20c No 2 combWo treat and cure HYIillLIH house formerly occupied by J It John ings 20c impoxkncy iiMitsriioNH ntHirr son These men will open a geueral VAUICOOIILK 8EMI- 81IUCTimi Toledo NAIi LOdSta UbADDUIl AND KIU-store here the 1st of August They are NKV aitcayti Coro 33Kc Whuat 8S0c Oatt 23Kc uiiNHUbTATli 6N 1KIOKH FltMIC ClIAUOKa live wide awake business men aud liarltye 43c Cloversecd S3 OS JIUUKRATi la tho only cure and will reach the moat If unchlo to call write diusliurg needs just such a itore as they obstinate case for n qiMSTIO 4 JIIjAKK lot IWilH llallluior It Is far ahead of all 1 tb 4 expect tc open Mr Johnsons house similar remedies because it cure cases 17c Kggs llutter Fancy creamery is to be remodeled repainted and put Iu which are beyond their reach S 8 8 is fresh lOKt The Cuban oueat Ion and political Issues general repair in tho meantime and the purely vegetable and is the only blood remedy guaranteed to contain no pot Â¬ sink Into insignificance with the man Baker Bros ray they will put in a big ash mercury or other mineral 122 W FOURTH ST who Buffers from plfoa What ha moat stock They will havo a big opening Books mailed free by Swift Speoiflo dealrea ia relief DflWitte Witch Haiti UIHUIHNATI O Ooaptnj Atlanta Georgia j about August 1st Salve cunw plltw Short A IIayne WEDEN8DAY jyKE 22 1808 SAM JONES AT IRVINGTON KY Saturday July will be J A 2 1898 Â¬ Rev Sam P Jones will dedicate the M E Church South at Irvington Ky Saturday July 2 1S9S at 11 a m The services at Irvington f - Everybody requested to come nnd bring their dinner Dinner will be for sale on the grounds lo accommodate those who cannot bring refreshments with them -- - SPECIAL RATES ON RAILROADS A rate of ONE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP will be given on railroads There will also be a special train run on the Fordsvillc Branch The regular morning train on the main line of the L H St L R R will arrive at Irvington in due time for the sermon and the regular evciiing train will take the people home WILL ALSO LECTURE AT BRANDENBURG Brother Jones will go over to Brandenburg that evening where he will lecture at 8 p m for the benefit of Admission to Lecture will be KY 50 and 75 Cents Those desiring to go over to Brandenburg from LUCILE ORPHANS HOME Irvington will find train accommodation Â¬ All Classes of People SAiS Respect Our Name Tve Â¬ The reapon they do so is because are honest with tho public When we advertise tion in which we have elim nated profits and given overy advantago to tho purchaser Wf A Reduction in Price We mean what we say Just now we have a large stock on hands Money is more valuable to us than tho goods on our shelves We never keep Spring Goods over from ono season to anoth- Â¬ er Its not our way of doing busi- Â¬ ness Tho freshest good on the mnr ket are none too good for our custom- Â¬ ers To got money and HELP US GET A DIVORCE From our Spring Goods Â¬ T IMi It will save To Clean Out Our Spring Goods Wo havo begun a swooping reduc l U Â¬ you money Our customers know when wo advertise a reduction that it is one in fact as woll as in namo Heres tho greatest chance you have had in tho year to got bargains that aro bargains EliKiKi Â¬ Bcsema The Only Cure 1 Jacob k Meyer KY sHV BIG SPRING x- - 4J GEO YEAKEL 250000 Â¬ Â¬ f 4 JUNE - SREGALS 198 50 Tow Linen Suits good nice made thing for hot weather Sizes 34 to 43 COS VVJ 3c 5c 75 pes Lawns Organ- Â¬ dies Crepe Mulls were sold at 10a and 15c as long as they last at above price plete 10c 25 pairs window Â¬ SSS1 Blood Hartshorn shades com- Â¬ with fixtures C pes Lawns and alioe Worth 5c Come quick wont last 100 Ji4if Worth double the price long Kennedys Kergan BIxiaXKl Wool Efirca Ohioksns and all country product ac highest market orloe Watoh Geo Teakel Co Brandenburg Ky for our Specials from time to time yvn4