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J nilatlm It h a oTtralt al Â¬ they a to htrt hat their pictures taken at the studio lteiiitllul permanent plcturrt that al ways please O L KNIQHT Clorerport Ky Ihottigrapher hare coitolilnustd While their with ways Hi Hlvl friend T ALxL CK THE NEVWS tlavt their pkturettatun wMto they Cutrntss In appearance AnR cut cm does not last foieter you know We make a specialty of Childrens Photo graph taken by he Initaneous pro C I KNIGHT Photographer t THATS KIT TO PRINT 1898 VOL XXII Royal make the lood par wholesome and dttlcloei CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 29 estltiK NO 50 The dally news is at this time very inter But you should not forget to call on F A DHUY -- HARNESS Si WaHL CLOVERPORT KY and see be nice stock of r MANUFACTURED BY w FRANK HASWELL CLOVERPORT KY Watches Clocks Jewelry Spectacles Musical Goods Stationery and Sewing Machine Supplies As well as bis Grocery Store Cash or trade accepted e MY NEW STORE HAS BEEN OPENED ATGLENDEANE It is a handsomo one aud gives me plenty of space to show off the largest and best stock of general merchandise In the county Everyone knows that I cell goods at the lowest prices consistent with good quality NEW LINE OF BUGGIES lraft POWDER Absolutely Puro J DONT BE MODEST and visit me It when you come to Glendeaue Come in will be to your advantage if you trade witli me TN I ROVAAKINa POWDM CO NIW YOHK W V C MOORMAN GLEANDBANE KY OH Mrs Duncan Is uellFnit Millinery at less than cost Do you know I LADIES that I SAVE MONEY By calling at her parlors when yon are in town and want a stylish bat 4li Mi h Hei ss UNEXCELLED Oxfords Tan and Black All Sizes and LINE OF pt7 Mrs H VDUNCAN Milliner CLOVERPORT h- - - - KY m it Theyre Getting It In the Neck ARE PRICES AT xheir tfJS Styles jii lBSffi Splendid Goods MajaaMsjatmaa - M Hamman Sons vwwrvArvvvwvvyvvwviyvvvyv THEitiFAIR Furniture Store Sl VESTS 2000 American Sewing Machine for cash 1850 on payments FOR EVERYTHING FURNITURE At all prices Iron Bedsteads at bargain figures For July wo offer Rockers worth 150 for 98c mwsvi CHMOIHT We offer Crescent Bicycles at lowest price consistent with the grade of wheel We make all kinds of repairs and sell all kinds of Bicycle sundries SPORTING GOODS Including Base Balls Bats Gloves etc PICTURE FRAMES c get our prices We are offer- Â¬ Crayon Portraits at 110 20 Water 50 and will frame Colors and Pastels tbern from 75c to 500 each To order ing 10 atl F Itls Our Motto to Sell as we Advertise and another motto Is Sell Cheap Sell a Heap H Hamman Oloverport Ky HP Son GOOD HORSES niiT np sight i STYLISH RIGS And the btit ot aervlco Is guaranteed my customers Is the selection of Clothing Hats Caps and Gents Furnish- Â¬ ing s at FRAIZES Which is beadquar tore for Dry Goods Groceries and Gener- Â¬ al Merchandise Oloverport Ky One flag one people and one country Is the secret of our nations Holy might A sacred lovn for human liberty Gives Btrengtb to fight a Godly fijdit S3533SS3S3ff33SifS4 TWO SECRBTS i i J One price one treatment to all Is the secret of the patronage we enjoy And by honest methods we rise or fall For no others will we employ When you are In town have your horse fid and watered at I JCLOVERPOUT ttttf I jf S BADKISSONS livery Stable A KENTUCKY SLAAAAAAAAAJ ViVisVVVV 8ULZRR8 tS4Z Horse Thieves Out West thoy bang horse thieves Whats the difference between the man who sells vou poor groceries for We think not any a good big price Thats one reason we always sell good goods at low prices Another roason is because it is good policy to do it AAAAAAAiWSAAAA j Going to the Picnic Canned and Foiled II am and Pickles you buy Pure Freili irtobe sureBeef Sardines Salmon Tnnmie GOOD HEALTH wv r Is promoted by eating good bread nnd no other kind can be made If you use the Flour made by the IRVINGTON MILLING GO We also sell Wheat Drills Disc Drills Fertilizers and all kinds of Farm Supplies You Know I Pure Drugs bam Conrad Hhh the city blacksmith Ho tolls Wagons Farm Ma chinery and Implements i I JW- fC- ii ii I wiVrriTn iND LEMONADE SIPPELS CITY w CDPJIHf WB DEAL With all who patronize us HONESTLYi Give us your custom He Kopulra Machinery In a workmanlike manner when it is out of kolter Whin in torn call on him Shop at and Medicines Toilet Articles Paints and Oils ARE SOLD AT FISHERS DRUG JULIUS MEET v xiiogxiiaxixixpij inovornorr - hv lOXDeXiKWeWi IRVINQTON KKNTUOKY Irvington Milling Co lUffcfreKiyllAfTlal GIBSON GREGORY CLOVERPORT KV STORE thi Sim GROCERS CLOVERPORT KY At prices that are cheaper they were before the war tix made other dealers put prices up f iibiri Drug CIjwSt r h FOURTH OF JULY PICNIC WITTMERS AVENUE GARDEN Jli clton J s9iiiiHRKEMNReMiHHiiiBiiHK9 Breckenridge News 2D NY8 0 VVVVVVvVVVVvVrVWVVVVy QLOVRRPOIMY MBS3bssMMMHb3Mis3iJm SVWWVWVWWWVWW WEDNESDAY JUNE In the Philippines 1898 THE GLORY OF WAR Written for the NBWS by 13 AMERICAS GREATNESS Uncle B A Beautiful 0S W BY TIJCB TABIjS th 1 It It Ilka a red hot Hove In the Philippines I Like a pepper or a clove In the Philippine In that supetheated air One can mustard plasters wear And not know that they are there In the Philippines Careful housewives nevet scold lu the Philippine That the dinners getting cold In the Philippines Hut they may and that is what Proves man universal lot Scold because Its getting hot In the Philippines Nature does most everything InthePhlllplnea Men can loal all day and sing In the Philippines bleep at night upon a root And I flic can throw a boot Breakfast on this rooftrees fruit tn the Philippines Columbus O Dispatch ALL SORTS England makes fJO000000 a year pro fit out oi ita poBtofllce Ilio Victoria cross carries with it a pension of 260 a year for life The total number of United States vessels encircling Cuba is 77 Fifteen years ago Heading Pa did not have a single hosiery mill Now it lias 10 employing 2600 hands The bull ring of Madrid stands a mile or so outside the city It was built in 1874 at a cost it is said of 80000 British trade with the Philliplncs last year was 9034500 that of the United States 5145303 or about half as much Â¬ Yellow Jaundice Oared Suffering humanity should be supplied with every means possible for ita relief It is with pleasure wo publish thu following This is to certify that I was a terrible sufferer from Yellow Jaundice for over six months and was treated by some of the best physicians in our city and all to no avail Dr Bell our drug Â¬ gist recommended Electric Bitters and after taking two bottles I was entirely cured I now take great pleasure in recommending them to any person still ering from this terrible malady lam gratefully yours M A Hogarty Lex- Â¬ ington Ky Hyanes druggists Sold by Short Â¬ QUITE A CONCESSION Merchants Cnn Now Advertise on Postals Oa and alter July 1 private mailing cards bearing written or printed messag es advertisements or illustrations may be Bentthrcugh the domestic mails at the postage of 1 cent each payable in stamps Hflixed by the sender 1 he private mailing cards sent to foreign countries the letter rate of 2 cents will be required The follow iug are the regulations govern- Â¬ ing the U89 of these cards Oniy the superscription which may include the occupation or business of the person addressed will be allowable on the face of the cards Tiie cards must not exceed 3 by 5J inches in dimensions and in quality must be substantially the same as the Government postal cards Upon the addressed side tho words Pri vate mailing card au homed by act of must be Congress of Slay 19 1808 printed an oblong diagram witli the words Place a oue ciut stamp here nnd in the lower left hand corner the words This side is exclusively for the address In color the cards may be white en urn light gray or light bull Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The fierce rays of a tropic sun were beating fiercely down upon the mases of volcanic rock that were strewn on a hillside near Santiago de Cuba Tho few stunted palms that had gained n foothold among tho boulders were clothed with a dry caplesa lustreless foliage that intensified the parched and barren appearance of tho immediate landscape Not a breath of air was stirring and the sultry heat seemed to have destroyed all animate things Tho silence was that of death But despite tho oppressive heat there was life on that hillside On the edge of a flat rock more exposed to the heat than the others lay a lizard He was an inquisitive little reptile Just now his attitude is one of lively curiosity His body quivers with suppressed ex- Â¬ citement and his bead like eyes fairly blsza with interest His attention is fixed on the figuro of a man a human being whose bare bauds and feet are tied tightly with rawhldo thongs The man is lying in a recumbent position with his naked back blistering in tho sun His fetters of rawhide are so fastened to pegs driven iu tho ground that he cannot move an Inch in any direction The man is a mystery to the liztrd It regards 1dm as a mere mountain of ii sb as an intruder whose helplessness re- Â¬ moves fear But close to tho man with iu an inch of his fare is another object that is more familiar to the liztrd It is u viper that deadly Cuban serpent known as the fer de lance It is barely twenty inches in length and its slim tapering body beautifully marked makes it tho embodiment of sinuous grace If the snake is small it is the most deadly of veuemous reptiles Like the man the vipar Is hold a pris Â¬ oner It is secured to a peg by a piece of a raw hide tliong attached to ita tail in such a way that it tun only approach to within au inch of the mans face Tho sun continues to blaze with un- Â¬ abated fury and the lizard no longer curious glides Bwiltly away to a crevice in the rock where the leaves of a creep ing vine a fiord a modicum of shelter The man groans Ti e skin on his naked back is burned to a livid red hue Tho blue trousers with a vthlte stripe down tho outside seam that indicate the wearer to be a Ui ited States infantry man protects thu loner portion of his body As lie groans he strains at the thongs that holds him captive but they only sink deeper and more cruelly into ills flesh Ho feels his helplessness and it fills him with impotent rage He curses thu Day dawns tho sun rises hig ler and higher The mau Is now delerious In his vagaries he lives his whole llfn over He la back amid thu scenes of his childhood at his home in a quiet Kentucky Â¬ Sam Has Money to Throw At The Birds HES A HdEt MQUIMINOCOOWNCT 8 ffit Present Â¬ Trams leave Louisville as follows S W BAr O St LouisIIAILWAY Clnclnnatl and and the West Suffered 27 Years With Kidney Trou ble 111 Foleys Kidney Cure writes is meeting with wonderful success It has cured some cases here that physi- Â¬ cians pronounced incurable I myself am able to testify to ita merits My face to day is a living picture of health and Foleys Kidney Cure has made it such I had suiTered twenty seven years with the disease and to day I feel ten years younger than I did one year ago I can obtain some wonderful certificates of its medical qualities A K Fisher Clover port It A Shellman Stephensport Haynes Patesville E A Gordon Witt Ilardinsburg Mr pico J A Stillson a merchant of Tarn MANHOOD REVEALED The True Test of Character Is the Home Life A mans behavior in his own home Is and resided here until about six month ago when she went to Sturgis to live Tho deceased had ten children Be- Â¬ 8 M Geary Pierson Mich writes DeWltts Witch Huxel Salve is curing fore the war her people were rich aud more piles here to day than all other numbered their slaves by the hundred It cures eczema Her husband died during the war and remedies combined Short A of their ten children only four are alive and all other skin diseases IlayBM These are Mr Frank Metcalfe and Mrs If he is cross and peevish there no amount of prayer meeting participation or polished manners in society can make His actions him a real gentleman towards his wile in the presence of the family constitute a good guago of his real lelf Tho tenderness of his heart will express itself in the manner of his admonitions and the breadth of his spirituality will unconsciously to him Â¬ self at least be breathed forth In bin petitions at the throne of heavenly grace The head may dictate Ids life iu public but the heart will give forth ita tiue He bears state in private relations living with was the encomium a wife pronounced on her worthy husband He was good and kind to his family is a remark often uttered at funerals A man may breast the storms and conflicts without in a cool and stoical frame but in the sacrudnesa of his own home circle he unbends and removes the mask which in self defense he is com- Â¬ pelled to wear and manifests his real selfhood One who upon all occasions reflects praise on his parentage proves himself thereby to be oue of Gods knights Â¬ the beet criterion of his real character Spanish guerrilas that had suprieed and captured him in the night while he was doing picket duty on an advanced out post beyond the lines of Gen Shafteru army and hud tied him in tills manner to die a death that the brutal Apache Indians on the Western plains would consider inhuman He curses himself In the meantime the viper that lies within an inch ot his face becomes restless Its basilisk eyes peer full iuto those of the man The serpent becomes irritated It hisses and coils itself up and springs again and again at tho help Â¬ less soldier before it It ejects poisonous venom from its fnugu but as it cannot strike ita victim the deadly fluid is harmless Tho day wears on and the man is consumed witli a fiery thirst His lips his tongue and his throat are parched The blood runs like fire through liis veins He becomes delerious and in his pain he cries out witli agonized voice for water All is silent Not even an echo mocks him Thu evening comes and thu fierce heat of thu day gives way to the dank sultry atmosphere of a tropic night Strange nocturnal birds flit about and fill the soldiers ears with their discordant noises Insects with stings that seem devilish in their capacity for inflicting pain alight on his unprotected back and add to the already overflying cup of misery that is being drained to thu dregs by the unfortunate soldier He has learned ere this that cries and struggles avail but little and ho only gives ex Â¬ pression to his poignant pain by groans Oc- Â¬ All through the night ho suffers casionally he raises his oyes when the viper stirs uneasily and in his desperation he strives to udvance his head the one Inch necessary to allow the snake to strike him so that the poisonous fangs would bring a terrible but speedy death But his efforts to commit sutcidti are thwarted by thu tightness of his bonds I Â¬ Â¬ village He romps aud plays with his youthful chums In all the dear old spots that were his favorite play grounds The transition to manhood comes and ho is speaking to his sweetheart uttering the satnu words of endearment that ho did to her heforo ho departed light hearted and gay to join tho army and help to fight his countrys battles Just n twinge of heart sickness attend Â¬ ed the parting He did not fully realize the terrors of war His eyes were filled with tho glamour ot ita pomp and cir-Â¬ cumstances He was proud of his uni- Â¬ form and as he took a parting embrace he told his sweetheart not to worry that he would soon be back without a scratch to remind him that he had been to war Now he is a child He is lying on his bed at the old home at the side of the couch slta his mother One of her worn hands lays on the snowy counter pane and tho other with a soothing touch reBta on his fevered forehead and he passes into from fretful slumber dreamless sjeep But tho fever of heat and thirst are upon him again and added their tor- Â¬ tures to the thousands pains that shoot through his framo from the swollen hands and ieet The cord cuts into his flesh cruelly and the slightest movement brings on a flood of agony He however Is maddened and strains at his bonds with the anger of a maniac Tho serpent is aroused and it also works itself into a fury Its eyes gleaming with hate and anger burn deep into those of the soldiors They become magnified a thousand times and when the mau ceases his struggles he Is con- Â¬ scious that two orbs gleam down upon him that have in their depths all the malevolence and fury of tiie devils They fascinate him and their mesmeric influence produce an hypnotic condition that makes him insensible to all else savu the fear of the terrible reptile be- Â¬ fore him Aud so the day wears on Tiie Spaniards who had captured the soldier and had devised this fiendish torture would indeed be fiends incar- Â¬ nate if they could not gaze on his suffer Â¬ ings unmoved Tim Holdier whose capacity for phy sic il and muntal pain had been strained to thu utmost in tho post thirty six hours has grown weaker and weaker His deierium is now at its height and his vagaries are those of the in Â¬ sane He talkes to his youthful chums to his soldier comrades he sings the popular melodies ot the day sobs cries and curses Itaiu is falling The fever consumes overcomes and the the soldier cooling effect the water has on Ids body He is unconscious of tho fact that there has been a change in weather con- Â¬ ditions The moisture penetrates thu rawhidu thongs and they loosen and stretch The soldier makes a reatlesa movement nnd gets within the deadline Thu vouemous fer de lance enmged by tho movement strikes at the man aud this time its fangs sink into Ids jugular vein Iu a few moments the poison per Â¬ meates his entire system After a few terrible struggles tho soul of the soldier leaves the body and his sojourn in a hull of pain Is finished After tho rain the lizard comes out from ita refuge iu the fiaaure of the rock It is curious no longer The cold shard of the mau and the lifeless fer de lance have lost their interest Â¬ Â¬ WARAl NUMBER fMTTlNVCNrTcuH Operates The Biggest Public and Private Enterprises In the World SOME FACTS AND FIGURES Mr Mulhall an emlnont statistician of England a few years ago in an article in the North American Huvlow analyzd the effect vii forco and power of this i GAME mworxxlwwLiftwlwiwCowi mM TREE for a few months to all users of the I KStal celebrated ELASTIC STARCH Flatlron Wm Drand To induce you to try this brand of irawwwjwyrrf0DiccE starch so that you may find out for yourself out room or thu tnocH will CO miffM that all claims for its superiority and econor am ot itaicu KmSt omy are true the makcrshavc had prepared 3cjiuiNSEnBWDrc9j at great expense a scries of three ninii mr nr ar No So No 6 Np is Lv Loulsvlls 2 45pm 135am Sfjam Ar Cincinnati 605pm 643am 1155am Ar Columbus tt 15am 555pm 1105pm Ar Pittsburg 8 15pm 7 13am Ar Washington 6501m it nam Ar lliltlmore I 2opm 750am Ar 1hiladelphia 1015am 340 pm Ar New York is 3onn 555pm Ar IIolo 11 3 copm 9 05pm Nratn No 16 has elegant Pullman Ilnflrt Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining ears Cincinnati tn Washington Daftlmore Philadelphia and New York without change Train No 18 has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No so has sleepers to Cincinnati rpea at 9 oclock to receive passengers St Louis Springfield and the West PLAQUES which will be given exact reproductions of the you 10000 originals by Muvllle country and made tho startling state ment tiiat In power and effective force tho United States was nearly equitl to Great Britain France and Germany combined He said If we take a sur- Â¬ vey of mankind in nuclent or modern times as regards the physical mechan- Â¬ ical and intellectual forces of nations we find nothing to compare with tho United States Professor Francois a French econo- Â¬ mist iu a recent article in au economic paper of Paris stated that the wealth and power of the United States was one fourth ot that of the world that the wealth In 1890 waa U2J00000000 while that of the entire world waa 291 6800000t0 There is no nation which can compare with ours It la only by comparison with groups of nations or with the bal ance of the world that the greatness of J these United States is shown The total railroad mileage of the United States is nearly half as much oa that of the entire world there bolng 182770 miles of railroad exclusive of side trackage in the United States as against 430240 miles for the entire world or 253474 miles for the balance of the world More than one fourth of the pig iron of the world is produced by this nation in 1890 being 8701107 tons out of total production of 31009831 tons for the en tire world We produced one third of the total steel iu the world in 1890 being 5303 518 tons out of the worlds production of 17681131 tons The copper product of the United States is more than half that of the en Â¬ tire world being 203893 tons in 1800 against 373203 tons for the world or 30000 tons more than all the nst of Â¬ No advertising whatever and will ornament the most elegant apartment manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its customers They arc not for sale at any price and can be obtained only in The subjects are the manner specified American Wild Ducks American Pheasant English Snipe English Quail The blrd3 are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life Each Plaque is bordered with a band of gold ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below These Plaques arc 40 inches In circumference are free of any suggestion of 8 40pm Ar Springfield 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 1 in daily Charlestown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p m except bunday Trains Nos 16 so and 44 haveeltgantdaycoachea Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis Ar St Louis Lv Louisville No so IS3onn a 35am No 16 8 Jjam 640pm No 7 8 sopm 44 isam TltAINS AKIIIVE m j iu ii 13 nuun u 4U p m a m 3 oa m From West 7 sea tn 11 15pm 6 40 pm yfjmjr City Ticket office southeast corner FourtbJseS Main streets Depot Seventh and rlverjas For detail information regardWJrxS time on cars etc connecting lines sleeping -- sgpsRo 11IIOWN address - s-District Pass ft llT - n- 4th and MaVl oulsville Ky is rium iwii 15 5lr Wn- parMrn ELASTIC STARCH has been tho standard for 35 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 Accept you about Elastic Starch no substitute How To Got Thims AU purchasers of three 10 cent or six Scent packages of Elastic Starch Flat Iron Brand are entitled to re colrofrom their grocer ono of these beautiful CUme Plaques freo The plaques will not be sent br mail They can bo obtained only from roar grocer Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch Do not delay This offer is for a short time only ofJClinSSIlROUGH General Paavtiger Agent Cincinnati SIT WAKFBL Assistant GeiveW Passenger Agent Ohio Cincinnati Ohio Henderson Route LouiTille Henderson St Louis Ry Co Time Card In Effect June 20 97 East Ilound Lv SuLoul Evansville Henderson Spottsville Owensboro llawesvill Cloverport Stephensport IrvinKton Brandenburg Arr Louisville West Ilound No 4s No 44 No 46 6 I ttiffifri S 5W -- A2PtR0AVi RATES Tho m sroontr llu located ffl Moinlitrweltu g 766am 855pm 663am 320pm 245im 310 246 715 738 37 328 344 400 818 4 60 4 40 917 45 1007 1045 11 12 1235pm No i 6 03 5 10 522 6 03 621 7 45 43 525 567 617 7 30 45 4I No No Iv 11 Louisville Ilrandenhurg Irvington Stephensport Clovirport -- S l3aaMiitKin S MILLER sssww--r- oiwiwii wj1ouisvilleKy w vssfl Owensboro Spottsville Henderson Evansvlll ArrSu Louis llawesville 1011 1135 1135 1217pm 12 40 7 32 730am 861 015 951 95 947 10 10 10 40 460pm 823pm 9 Si 6W 6 43 952 1021 720 1026 739 1068 804 1148 1223am 12 45 115 115 720 WILLARD W HOTEL Jr Mgr wLsfc1M5 teWSSRMrfi rj imiu m ii A I trains run through Solid to Evansville Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trains between St Louis Kvamville and Louis ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvington for Fordsville and Ilardinsburg daily except Sunday II C MOHDUE A G P A I ouivlllc Ky KQ5t L H St L world In a Kentucky village a Fourth of July The local celebration is going on orator with rounded periods and eloquent language dwells upon the past present and future glories of America His words swell many a youthful bosom and as he pointa to the success of our arms over the Spaniards several young hotspurs make secret resolutions to en list iu the army to fight under the stars and stripes Tholr eyes are blind to the horrors of war and all they are nlivo to is ita pomp and glory The sight of the bleaching bones of a soldier on a barren hillside near Santiago de Cuba uud the word missing mark ed epposite hia uarae on the Company roster would be it rude awakening to the glory of fighting tho cruel aud treacherous Spaniard Â¬ Â¬ SHES DEAD Famous food Old Grannie fletcalfe Passes Away Good Old Grannie Metcalfe is dead She died day before yesterday at the home of her daughter Mrs Newton Brooks at Sturgis but no one here re- Â¬ ceived thu sad Intelligence until last night She had been there for about five months and died of old age The deceased was one of the best known characters In Kentucky on account of the advertising she had gotten from Vr Bell aud his company Her name has appeared In thousands of papers throughout the country in con- Â¬ nection with Dr Bells Pine Tar Hon- Â¬ ey and her picture was as familiar as that ot many a more celebrated person Â¬ age She was horn in Woodford county on May the 11 and was 8 years old Site came to Paducah about six years ago Â¬ Katie Cosby wife of Mr J It Cosby of Paducah Mrs Newton Brook of Sturgis and Mr Courts Metcalfe of Austin Tex The remains of the deceased worn in terred yesterday In the Odd Fellows cemetery at Sturgis Tho many friends of the deceased here will regret to lear of her unexpected death She lived for several years of South Fourth street and was a highly respected lady Paducah Sun Â¬ The coal fields of the United States comprises nearly half of those of the world being 104000 Equaro miles as against 471800 iquare miles We produce more than half of all the Best House In Louisville petroleum of the world beiug in 1804 48412000 barrels whilu that of all the world waa 84330809 barrels Thu forest products of this nation are nearly one half that of the balance of Mm tiie world being aunually 9300000000 -- ci cr cubic feet of lumber against 32400000 000 for the world Tne United States produces more than one ourth of the gold of the world the product in 1890 being 53088000 as II 3f7 JfrJaaWJML I against 202950000 for the world Most fiscinatlng InvenThe silver production of this country tion of tliuoRC Aluajs rcaily to entertain It is more than one third of that of the en requires no skill to oper ate It and reproduce tho tire world being in 1890 71009000 coin- music of bauds orches ago value oa against J1340370O coinage tras vocalists or Instrumental soloists There Is value for the world nothing like It for an evenings entertainment Other so called talking machines reproduce Thu amount of life insurance in force only records of subjects socially In this country is 13742495420 aa iirciarcd In a laboratory but the Grapliophono to such performances On thu against 5023108549 for the balance of is not limited J ou can enslly make and instantly Umphoplronu nproduco records of tlio olce or any sound tho world Tims it constantly awakens new Interest and The length of the worlds telegrah its chiirm is ecr fresh The reproductions uro system in 1897 was 4908323 miles of clear uud brilliant which there was 2610548 miles in GrapftophOHCs are sold for 10 Manufactured under tiie ratenU of 1111 Talnter America IMUm and Macdonat t Our eftt nhlltlinu nt U IiimkI Mitchlnrauutl imitrlcra of the Murltl The number of newspapers in the Talking Machiuo SuDuUes for Tnlktnir catalogue Write fur United States in 1897 waa 20609 as COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO Dept 30 against 50000 for the entire world 919 Pennsylvania Avenue Tiie number of topics of monthly pub- Â¬ nshlnglon I O lications in the United States in 1890 New York Paris Chicago waa 230000000 while that of tho world St Louis Philadelphia was 813000000 Washington Baltimore Rnflalo The number of letters postal cards papers and book packets Bint through 0000000000000000 the mall In 1895 was 5004138718 in tho United States while it was 17010443 939 In the entire world The people of thu United States send half as much mall matter aa tho balance nf thu world Siuceasor cfthe ItmMtlgtil The number nf telephones in the The Ono Croat Standard Authority United Statea is 000000 against as 1302 Huu ril s Hon Ii llrrnrr JiulUDl h Nupmue CuurU 100 in the entire world or nearly twice Htumltircl as many aa the rest of the world nrtliot HqnvtlrlntlliK l lllrtli t H Hiipriuit luilll lill lliu nulla nil iiuiuituiirtaiiniloriirnr The human machine starts but once ly nil tlio MhuolUouki aud stops but once You can keep it go Warmly Cuiiimuiiilecl lug longest and most regularly by using brMate fiuiwrttitriultiil nr Si hfrfili Iullt Lt lml DeWltts Little Early Risers the famous uVntsniilotlifrliliCtujrii lilllioii milium uuiiiuvr little pills for constipation and all stom Â¬ IIIMlItllllllC ach and liver troubles Short A Haynes the linuseliolil nml to Rates200 and 250 TIME TABLt No 10 h Fordsville Branch TAKING EFFECT A1AY d0 1897 mmmwmji 1 West Hound Trains exSun ezSun Dally Dally ha - ilmndTraln JaUyTDally hSiftl SnsMsl TSlS YiiMl One Minute Cough Cure No5 TieGBH0Pff6 -- That Is what It was made for cures 15 40 47 1165 12 10pm 12 25 1235 11 11 No 1 1050am 1125 TATIO- Iv llnmed Hardlnsburg Junction lunctlon Kirk Jolly Glcndcaiie Dempster Dempster Kockvale trvinjrton Garfield lex Sin exSnr N 2 No Ar 9o0am 8 00 7 42 7 M 7 27 7 17 7 02 If Its Worth Printing 1265 105 120 1 45 arFallsRoughlv the 155 Twice-a-Wee- k 2 05 215 2 30 1 Â¬ M -- Â¬ Courier Journal Will Print It SowillthoBttECKENRIDGE NEWS and every Democrat every Republican every man woman or child who can read will want 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and HenderiMi Only direct line to the North and East For futher information call on or address Agents or V II C MOKDUK AQ P A lA ulsNUe Ky BJV XrOOll uniMuJ BRECKENRIDGE NEWS oooooooooooooooooooooo OMAHA EXPOSITIOH C S4L 1 It GREGORY Wbarfmasters LLOVERPOHT 1 Ic CO THE June 1st to October 31st 0RANDEST EXPOSITION except Worlds Fair over planned in the United Statea Located within cheap and quick access of the entire Missouri nnd Miesissipi Valleys at your own doors Through tickets beyond Omaha allow stop- Â¬ overs Reduced excursion rates to Omaha Take tho Burlington Route tho old and established line to and through Omaha in any di rection HOWARD ELLIOTT L wlj i4r i Steamboat Agents KENTUCKY 00 Agents 1 Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Dealers In Oil Company flotilla For Infanta and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Almirante Cervera and Almirante Camera each command a squadron The Cuban question and political issues sink Into insignificance with the man who sutlers from piles What he moat desires Is relief DeWltts Witch Hazel Haynes Salve cures plies Short - Doore Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor Ing and Colling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Si Sears the Signature of ctf5 sJfcttjiscaiiMllsia fc Witch Hazel DVltfa pilss Scalds Ifcira Cures 4Jtt ik Salve Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Ilandleo Bricks Etc EtthMtH Furalhe4 for laMI ft 1sMi HaUrM aAiyiJfcsEsMssksSMasfciafis im s W WAKBLWBY Mo V ftssml MSMffsr St Laws Bswtl f Minsst At iiittssifitfsstltoav cnroirnwiiiSS l 1 I t Ikr- - d 1st l aAIsVfc t S t Jt t MUmMJkilL WJJS CjU ittiuJBA aJrtJhir r i Ml J IsftrffliitfMfVsMstsfcssVsWpM tSsliJSiiiM THE A RKbKHscmrQm nhwq WAR Now whichsoever stand or tail As God Is great and man is small Like a Church 5 tAll 1 gloybrport ky TTT-s-- yd a Our 8orvicoa aro free Wo dont charge anything for showing goods Woro so proud of tho Btook wo like to show it off Its your business to buy or not juBt as your good sense dictates Wo aro glad to have you look glad to have your opinion We work for your interests Everything wo have in stock the usual line found in a country store is marked down to bed rook pricofa The truth bIib11 triumph overall Forever and forevermore tho truth shall triumph over all I see the champion sword strokes Hash I Bee them fall and hear them clash I hear the murderous engines crash I seo a brother Btop to loose a foetnan brothera bloody sash I see the torn and mangled corse Tho dead and dying heap in scores The headless rider by his horse The wounded captive bayoneted through and through without remorse Grand Clearance Sale Preparatory to our removal to the newstore which will be pleted about Sept thirty days 1 com- Â¬ we offer the following low prices for the next W isr ss -- I hear the dying sullerer cry With his crushed face turned to the sky I see him crawl in agony To the foul pool and bow his head Into tho bloody slime and die I hear the curses and the thanks I seo the mad charge on the Hanks The rents the gaps tho broken ranks The vatqulshed rquadrons driven headlong down the rivers bridge less banks Groceries lbs Granulated Sugar lbs 0 Sugar 20 lbs N O Sugar 0 pks Arbucklo Coffee 8 lbs Good Green CofTeo 12 liars Heat Laundry Soap 17 11 1 1 Tinware Etc 00 2 qt Covered Bucket 00 Iqt Covered Bucket 00 8 qt Covered Bucket 00 8 In Wash Pan 00 2 Pint Cups 25 1 Dry Goods Etc 5c Shirting Calico 10c 15c LOc It TTrinir n lw Ynn Ax VZe Jlr BOr liU- pay tho highest prices for all kinds of country produced Its a fact and we can provo it to your satis- jr Â¬ Â¬ - faction I seo tho death gripe on the plain The grappling monsters on tho main Tho lens of thousands that are slain And all the speechless suffering and anony of heart and brain I see tho dark and bloody spots The crowded rooms and crowded cots The bleaching boues tht battle biota And writ on many a nameless grave a legend of forget me note Forceythe Wilson 1 1 1 Oqt Covered Bucket qt Cup gal Cup 6c 5c 4c 5c Helnzs We Want vvvvvvvwvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvyvvwvwvvvvvwvwwyvv Pickles Beans Mustard We have just opened an elegant line Chile Sauce and Prepared Dress of Queensware Glassware and ing just received and at lowest Graniteware which we offer at prices rock bottom prices Â¬ best Standard Dress Calico Shirting Cotton Cottonade Hoosier Cotton Great Western Cotton Good Bleached Cotton Hope Cotton Lonsdale Cotton Organdies Indies Hose Mens Hose Best Cottonade Pants 4c 5c Cc to 10c 9c to 12jc 4c OJc 5c Ojc 8C 8c to lie 5c to 25c 5c to Joe 50c Tour Trade And when you are in need of anything in tho Grocery Dry Goods Implement or any other line f FARMER PHILLIPS PATRIOTISM Highest Price Paid For Country Produce Call on Us IIMUT General Merchants EKRON KY PELLVILLE Julia Morrison is sick Adams Hawes went to Owensboro Sat Â¬ urday Mrs Theo Helm went to Bolls Run Saturday Mrs Dr Lancaster visited at Eusor last week Mrs Aadms HaweB visited at Thruston last week The peach and applu crop is almost a failure here Mrs Alice Moseley has been poorly or sometime Frank Leiboullz and son Dave of Lewisport were here Thursday Trott Griffith and little son of Yulv Ingtou visited at Miley Longs Friday Rev J D Hocker filled his regular appointments here Saturday and Sun- Â¬ day Theo Helm Will Newman and Blon Moseley are said to have the finest to- Â¬ bacco crops in this county Prof V M Moseley has accepted the position as principal of Ourdsvllle high school and will begin the work somo time in August Mies Dolly Jptt returned from Hen Â¬ Dolly and her derson this week eiBtcr Ida will teach in Henderson coun- Â¬ ty the coming fall and winter Mrs Thomas Jett who has been con fined to her home for six months on ac- Â¬ count of sickuess wns ablo to visit Mrs Moseley and Mrs Brown last week Some thlnktha wheat Is not as good as farmers thought Since it has been cut it is toufw that it Is very light and the graft has dimrushed one half in Mrs V The llttlo brick chnrcfi In tho hollow wis a very unpretentious building ns was also tho parsonago in tho ndjolnlng lot but certainly tho now minister was far from nnprotontious at least so de termined the congregation of tho littlo brick church Ho wears a mighty fiuo coat for a country proachor said Fanner Phil- Â¬ lips and I hoered ho got a deal o his schoolin in foroign parts Yes ozplained Miss Fannie Mor- Â¬ ris tho daughter of tho rioh millur he is highly educated Thoy say ho writes essays and things and that ho asked as a favor to bo assigned to a country chnroh His bands is powerful whito fcr a man said Mrs Phillips I dont seo how ho is going to llvo on the limited 6alary paid tho minhter of tho brick church and tho collections I cried Miss Morris Oh hell niauago for to llvo said Farmer Phillips dryly His bands is pnworful whito fcr n man repeated MrH Phillips A week later Farmer Phillips brought tho following bit of news to bis house Â¬ hold Miss Fannie has settled that matter o the now preachers wages Sbos makiu arrangements fer n big festival over yander in tho woods A woods festival for tho briok church I ozolnimed Mrs Phillips Farmer Phillips chuckled Its to tako placo on tho Fourth o July ho said Is tho now prcachor in for it ask Â¬ ed Mrs Phillips Miss Fannios in for it and that nieanB tho business is goiu to bo carried through continued Farmer Phillips Tliu preaohorB young and ho dont know but what tho folks is used to hold in woods festivals fer the benefit o tho Henry Skinner nud Blon briok church Miss Fannio is oxplalnln ni d reciting comMoseley will have charge and direct the right and left how soon goins on is mon in tho oity sholl be around hero M Moseley H D Brown music and tblscveuin Hillary Bruuer W W Spencer assisted Aro you in fer it asked Mra Phil by the ladies will attend to the refresh- Â¬ lips ments There will be some good tpcech Well I duuno nslsoo any partiolar tsintho evening and at night The wrong iu it said Farmor Phillips Im always in for colehratiu tho editors of the News are solicited to come Ho looked bis wifo straight down and eat all the good things their Fourth Yes I am in fer it sis in tho face hides will hold free grattsfor nothing ho said I Mow thatcolobratlu fcr tho country and colobratln for tho brick Splendid Success oburch might as well go hand in bund has been had lu cases of colic diarrhooa Miss Fannios been out in tho world and etc by using Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep- Â¬ ihos a smart gal sin Aa a household remedy for such But it took Miss Fannios own per troubles it is invaluable Buy a 10c trial caasivo oloquonco to induce Mrs Phil- Â¬ bottle and you are bound to be convinced lips not only to bolievo that thoro would bo no harm in celebrating for tho counTo be bad of Cbas C Martin try and tho chnroh on the same day but to promise to lend her holp by tho preparation of a plentiful baskot for tho festival Tho now minister is a fluent speakWo ought to er said MIbb Morris bo delighted to havo Buoh a sobolar at tho brick churob but wo cannot afford to doublo tho collections If Mr Poyton Young and Old A Book for cant live why bos going to leave If we havo u festival and a fair conducted WE CURE OUR satisfactorily were all right Tho ezoitoment causod by tho word NERVOUS RECORD fair added to tbo woods festival was Este 1878 BLOOD intense but Miss Fannios urguments were foroiblo and times wero hard AlSKIN 250000 though mora than one member of tho congregation expressed mild doubt in DISEASED PRIVATE regard to tbo right of tho question it MEN was amicably decided to mix tho church DISEASES affairs and tho celebration of tbo glori CURED Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WAGES 0F SIN Â¬ Â¬ ra iProiinrWheeler of Rjm tiip dnliuol here i Ind hai ap Our school Is In a sorrowful condition and needs just isucli a teacher as Wheeler to bring It back to what it was The farmers are all up with their ciop and with plenty of rain fnni now on the cribs and gralnerlea would burst here a fcouta They aro busy stacking their eraln and as the whistle of the thresher in heard In the distance they are looking forward to the time when they will be able to take their own wtieat to the mill and not have to buy bread as most of them here have dona for the last eight Months 8urely a good time and plenty t right upon us Tbe Superintendent and teachers of the Sunday Mionl have made arnmee mats for Childrens Day to Uk place tbe fourth Saturday In July Every thing will b dfHW to make it a tucoeia is vcy partUuIar Y M Mowley will Mpriataiul th eblkirn in preparing elyr whon Ignorant of ths terrlblo crlmo you Did you only epnikler wero oominlttlnr the fascinating allurement of tblt evil habit When too iato to avoid tho ter- Â¬ rlblo remits were your eyes opened to your peril Did you liter on In roan 250000 CURED YOUNG MANrftS noodoWmeUnylKIVATKorllLOOl Do you now dlaeauT Wero you eured and then tea tome alarming lymptomiT Pare you marry In your preient eon 1ATIIKH You know dltlon If married are you oon IriKK BON living In dreadT li marriage tantly failure with you on account of any weak Â¬ nets cauaed by early abuie or later ex Have you been drugged with cesses This booklet will point out to mercury you the results of these crimes and point out how our NKW MBTJ10D TltRAT II MBNT will positively euro you shows how thousands have been saved by It provej how wo can ilUAUANTKK TJCUIM ANY CUHAULK OAHE OU NO PAY Wo treat and ciire KMISSIONS VAUICOOEr HTIMUTUUK UKET IHIA OlIARUKS diseases our NEW THKATMKNT CURES GUARANTEED The Wages of Bin sent free f eneloilnc to stamp CONSULTATION VHKM If UBjbV tonll wrk Urn QUKBTIONaiiANK Trkatmknt s tor UOMl Kennedys Kergah 122 W FOURTH STREET TwWI mm ab rn9HftEs9LftAEj ouefrkATi o y said Mrs Phillips feered smiling pleasantly that wo aro goiu to bavo tbo biggest kind o a show over yander in tbo woods Im glvin em theso oblny figures that bavo boon layin in tbo bureau drawer fer soven year Even old Mrs Phillips was exoltod over tbo prospoot of the woods fostivul Early on tho morning of tho Fourth the old ladys chair was plaood at tho front parlor window and Furmer Phillips hluisolf directed bor gazo to that point in tho road wbero sho could catch u glimpso of tho passing show cried tho old lady Bakes alive William do como hero and toll mo what it is Its somo o Miss Funuies flxlus explained Parmer Phillips a patrlotia tmllo lighting bis faco at the sight of tho pony from tho mill drawing u wag on in which was displayed a set of poles wrapped in bunting nnd profuse Â¬ ly decorated with flags Dont tell mo that thing is for tbe screamed the briok chorea festival old lady It tbo Fourth o July mother said Farmer Phillips in a mollifying Tolce There aint nothln wrong in eelobratia fer tbo couutry and tbe church QOtbe saruo day I spoM its all right if you say so Miss said tbe old lady William Fanules a good gal Im sure and tto new preacher didnt stop it when it drove a DMt ous Im Fourth Â¬ tbaroi When TTirmor FhTTTIps torndoT Tno two gruy horses into tho piko he said Yes sis Im in for to Mrs Phillips colehratiu tho Fourth o July Nothln aint too good for tho Fourth o July and it aint n bad idea at all for to holp tho now preacher along wbilo wore colobratln cried Mrs Phillips blissful Law ly Im feered on my soul tbe woods looks llko a oirens Tbo woods wero indeed gay in the oxtrcmo Strips of bunting vcro festooned from treo to troo Evorywhoro thora woro brilliant paper lanterns and every where thoro woro flags A man fools good on tho Fourth o said Farmer Phillips smiling July abont him Im glad sis that you fixed up n fiuo baskot fer tho prcachor It is impossible to remember all tho wonderful things that Mihs Fannios in genuity managed to gather together at the woods festival but it is no mlstako to ncHcrt that tho principal attraction on tho grounds was at MJss Fannios Walking up and down the own tablo fancy table with careful deliberation was a diminutivo clown Tbe clowns gay littlo legs his brilliant headdress his hideous false faco were all in turn attractive but it was tho clowns witty tonguo that brought tbo crowd and tho pennies to tho fuuoy tablo Now bos a portondin hos a old haysocd oxplaiuod an admirer of tho diminutivo clown Hesa niarkin Jim Harloy who jest backed out tho crowd Now hos n city gentleman Look how straight hos holdin hissolf Lord if he aint markin tbo now preacher Miss Fannio wasnt countiu on said another admirer of tho that clown laughing heartily as Miss Mor ris put her band over tho littlo fellows mouth and spoke to him sharply Then tho clown auctioned off n cako mimicking tho man who in nuotbor part of tho grounds was auctioning a barrel of corn nud tho pcoplo roared in hearty approval Oat the greatest admiror of Willio tbe clown was Mrs Phillips sho said excitedly to hor William hev yon ben hero till tho husband oandles is lighted nud aint soon tho Sho hod ovorcomo every ves clown tlgo of scruplo that a Fourth of July festival ought not to bo held iu tho in terests of tho brick church in hor admi Â¬ I ration and joy of Willio tho clown sho wont on deolnro to goodness youvo missed tho best part o tho show if you nlnt soon tho littlo clown Farmer Phillips followod his wifo to tbe fancy table and tbo crowd wedged in botweon thom as ho stood looking at Willie tho cldwu Was this bit of brilliant color a littlo human child Tho eyes of Farmor Phillips strayed to tho children in tho crowd and lingered up on thoir round innocent faces before re- Â¬ turning to tho hideous fulso faoe of tho clown Could it bo true that tho witty sayings tho roillory tho mimiory pro ceodod from almost baby lips Tho fool Â¬ ish peoplo wero clapping vociferously Give us tho haysood agiu littlo domandod a volco in tho crowd feller Farmer Phillips turuod uud wulkod away bis bands deep in his pockets Tbo good humor and jollity had vanish ed from his faco and n frowu establish ed itsolf instead Ho was thinking profoundly whon ho discovered that ho was on tbo outskirts of tho woods ho nutl some othor man tbo now minister of tho brick churob Sir said Farmor Phillips sternly Ivo been back thoro to tho fancy tablo lookin at thut thoro clown So bavo L said tho now minister Its a cryin shamo roared Furmer Wo aro colloctin fer tho Phillips brick ohurch today sir wo aro colo bratln tho Fourth o July today sir and Yes said tho now mluistor I say also thut its a crying shame Then Farmor Phillips took a good Ho was long look at tho minister young very young bo was a scholar and a gentleman he was now to tho brick church neighborhood Perhaps ho was new also to woods fostlvals and fairs The majority of tho people wero hugely enjoying tho antics of tbo littlo clown his wife was enjoying them and sho was n good woman Miss Fan uio Morris wus a good girl and n smart girl It would not do for tho now preacher to administer a publio reproof to his almost unknown flock abovo all to MIbs Fuuuio Morris whoso heart and soul were iu tbe work of keeping him among them Tho indignation died iu tbe breast of Farmer Phillips and ho held out his band Tho new minister grasped it warmly You and I think alike on oae sub Â¬ ject anyway and I reckon may bo as said wo think ullko on a good many Farmer Phillips I am gola back yander and try to atop that Utare busi ness at the fancy table Im an old and Ive known MiMFaauie all im Ufa Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1SHELMAN 1 CO IRVINGTON KY Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ tablo Evidently the evening was break Â¬ ing up Here und tliero lights wero go ing out suddenly and the gathering together of lurgo families was proving in many cubes a diflioult undertaking Ho fonnd Mrs Phillips seated in tho wagon holding tho roins Bcsido hor was tho flguro of no less a persouago than Willio tho clown Jump in quick William shouted tho good woman tho honcs is rost less Thou sho looked down at tho diminutivo clown and explained Im takin him homo fcr mother to seo I never sot eyes on soch a funny littlo feller iu all my born days Woll tho new preacher wont have no cause to qnarrol over the procoods o the woods festival It ccrtalny has boen a Tory en joy ablo Fourth Farmer Phillips grunted climbed in- Â¬ to tho wagou and took possession of the reins Then ho puzed down ouriously at Willio tho clown Was Miss Fannio tellln you any Â¬ thing about him ho asked Law yes returned Mrs Phillips I was at tho fancy tablo the must o tho day Sho borrowed him from tho elty sylnm for tho fostval und Ivo got to git liiui back to hor early in the momin Hos tho smartest littlo foilor in tho sylum Hos bon adopted no lessu Ave times but ha will tako peo Â¬ ple off and folks laugh at him and spilo him for a spoil and thou git mad at him and send him back to tho sy- Â¬ lum Laws Id novcr git tired o him I declaro I couldnt tear myself away from tho fancy tablo Hos foil over aiuiiust vou hos so Doworful sleonv I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thoro was considerable commotion ou tho fair gronuds when Farmor Phillips returned to the region of the fancy fr wJes up Tor cortatiryTlo want mother to soo Farmer Phillips docility romainod with him as long as thoy wero travel- Â¬ ing along tho piko with vehicles heforo and behind thom hut whon thoy turned into tho hiuo it deserted him and he brought bin horses to a standstill There aint no harm iu colobratln fer thu briok church and for tho Fourth ho declared breath o Julynllatonco ing hard fcr tbo lovo o a little brick church may woll go along with thn loo o country Ivo always boon a great hand for patriotism a powerful haud fer patriotism but I low that no man can rightfully lovo his country and bo without lovo in his heart fer his feller man I low that no truo American citi- Â¬ zen can tako plcasuro lu soeiu a littlo liumnn child turned into a buffoon on Ho glarod across tho Fourth o July at Mrs Phillips who was staring at him in speechless amazement asked Farmer Phil- Â¬ Do you thiuk lips hoarsoly that I would carry sech a thing as this to tho housa yander Do yon thiuk as I would lot mother look at sech a thing as this Ho divested tho littlo clown of bis gay headdress and throw it out upon tho ground Laws William I gaspod Mrs Phil lips Farmer Phillips crushed tho falso faco Now holp between his great hands mo oil with theso horo leggins sis he commanded Miss Fannio sots powerful storo on said Mrs tho littlo clowns flxlus Phillips timidly but for all that sho helped off with tho leggings Tho littlo clown rolled from sido to side us ho wus liberated from his gaudy nopo no Â¬ costumo nud tl in o ftTl tiucft coirrra iugly against Farmer Phillips Hes a mighty pretty littlo foller murmured Mrs Phillips Shu took pos Â¬ session of tho empty basket and climbed out of tho wagon when they reached tho gate but sho stood at tbugatu and wait ed for her husband to follow of tor hor with tho sleeping boy Sho looked at tho child as thoy step pod upon tho porch together Hes a mighty prettv littlo foilor sho repeat ed I reckon ns motherll bo glad to seo him when ho gits awake Im sorry that I promised to haul him over to tho mill oarly in thu morniu I reckon as sho added nervously William thom clown lixius cost Miss Fannio a power o money Ill sottlo with Miss Fannie Bald Farmer Phillips gazing down fondly nt his fellow man Hos uovor goiu to be If ho gits to uolowu agiu ho ndded takin off any one hes to buglvo a first rato spaukiu mind This hero littlo feller is adopted fer tho last time sis Laws William is thut truo questioned Mrs Phillips Sho looked again at tho sleeping ohild bent suddoulyaud kissed tbo pretty faco uud as she did so tho patriotism of Farmor Phillips sunk into hor soul Washington Star Â¬ I A Word to Physicians that many broad mind- Â¬ ed physicians are uMng Foleys Honey and Tar Syrup in their practice They have found no remedy that gave as satis Â¬ factory results for all throat and lung complftlnts as this great cough medicine A II Fisher Cloverport B AShellraan Stephensport Gordon it Hay ues Pates ville EAWill Hardinsburg Do you know ADDISON DICKS TRADE JOURNAL ISSUED IN THE INTEREST OP OUR PATRONS VOL 1 ADDISON KENTUCKY trading NO 4 1 i FRUIT JARS FRUIT CANS SUGAR And all that is necessary to aid you In putting up fruit preserves and Jellies for sale AT THE LOWEST PRICES Addison 1 Dick His curiosity was aroused as to how so magnificent a stock could be car- Â¬ ried and so large a trade worked up and Revealed the Great Secret maintained in a country Hinge He Inquired of a bystander To ft Mini Whose Curiosity Was Can you tell me tho secret of this Aroused firms succeea The gentleman answered promptly Quick sales and small profits The other day a man traveling the bottom road to Stephensport met with The season for Spring Goods is about an accident to his buggy While he was waiting to have the vehicle fixed at Ad- Â¬ over and Addison A Dick want to close dison ho stepped into the handsome out all that Is left You can get bargains that virtually allow you to nanio your store kept by Addison Dick Quite a number ol people wero thore price from them AN AOOIDENT LOCAL NEWS Now doth Ih bu housewife Improve I ho shining hour Galhilnic th bargain that at thick At bet anions Ihu tlcwcr At Ihc itor kept by Addlion Dick When the Sun Shines You will noed a dainty txqulstte Parasol to preserve your complexion from the suns rajs and to match your dress lKirV Arm fMT When the rain falls you will need an umbrella to protect ynur clothes Dick are It is a fact that Addison Ini Ing more produce than any firm in this section and It Is because they are paying the highest ptices WE HAVE ALL STYLES ADDISON DICK lr fl ADDISON I DICK KENTUCKY ADDISON jim iii - iiijifwiiwi - BRECKENRIDGE tut D NEWS Frtpriitri 1898 4V 0 BabUge Edltori md SIOSBEE GETS EVEN Rakes the Spanish Torpedo Boat Terror WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 EIGHT PAGES FOURTH OF JULY EDITION Fore and Aft The NEWS gives its readers this week the latest war news It is the same telegraphic report that is contained in the city dailies and embraces all that has happened on Tuesday to hour of going to Press Uncik Sam loveth the cheerful payer Unclk Sam will be July 4th of independence Snow fell In New York the 22nd of It was a rare day in June 122 tax- - REMEMBER THE MAINE once Brandenburg girl Mies Marlola Ashcraft Is meeting with gnat success in her line of work I had a howdy Mrs W D Howard is up after qulto n from our clever drumnior Dave Henry spell of Indisposition but did not sco his other half I met Ditrello Kalrleigh is rusticating good old friends I had not seen since girlhood fsshion for a sure enough city boy for instance Delia Ditto aud to think Miss Nello Sanders and her sister aro how tho past catno up How tho gatfB visiting Miss Maltie Lee Moremon of memory stood fjnr How buried Frank Falrlelgh Just from Harvard thoughts were resurrected I But the present is with us which wo oi joyed to College nan hero a fow days last week Tho picnic at Sulphur Well July 4th tho fullest will he tho magnet for tills community Otter and Maude Kecsor were at the picnic and so glad to see us Urandenburg 1 BRANDENBURG Liver Trouble When tho yollow flag of quarantino is hoisted over a dwelling it meansdiseaso and danger So when tho yelfaw flag flies in the face when tho cheek iseallow and tho clear white of tho eyo is dyed saffron there is danger It it livtr trouble The liver is one of the most im- Â¬ portant organs of tho body On tho proper dischargo of its functions depend human health and happiness When tho liver fails of its duty poisons at once bo REDUCTIONS Throughout Our ji 1 SOGIALGOSSIP i Three Spanish Naval Officers Killed in the Fight off San Juan years old A ooou road petition Is a declatatlon this month Spanish fours are btlll dropping and the holders of the bonds are listening for the dull sickening thud This is the season of the year when the toy cannon and the green apple Re Â¬ sist the undertakers to fortune and little Willie to glory A daily paper states that it is now safe to buy wheat Joseph Lelter how- Â¬ ever is doubtless of the opinion that it Is dangerous to be safe of July years ago that the eagle bird was first licensed to scream Ills voice is still in good condition thank you 122 It was on n memorable Fourth Wiibn Camara arrives at the Phlli pints with his iquadron George Wash Â¬ ington Dewey will immediately proceed to transform him into a Camara obscura Tub Hawesville papers say that the people of that burg aro pining for an old fashioned country circus Thats natural Hawesvillians could not feel at home at any other kind IRVINGTON Miss Brown has returned home Miss Ida Gardner is a favorite visitor the guest of Mrs Will Gardner Mrs Frank Hoot a fine young corne tist of Louisville will bo here to assist in the siDging Bro Hesson was in town Tuesday and Wednesday arranging for the dedica- Â¬ tion next Saturday Misses Annie May and Wilda Hem don of Louisville are the guests of little Miss Eva McGlothlau Kev Mr Moor pastor in charge Ilar dlnsburg was circulating among some of our fair ones last week San- Â¬ The young people seem to bo enjoy Â¬ ing life immensely these days and we rejoice to see them do so Miss Lelia Tydings Lovisville arrived last eve to be the guest of MIbs Batie Horndou and other relatives Rev L E Campbellof Bowling Green was in town last week soliciting in behalf of the superannuated preachers fund Misses Bettie and Lida McGehee were Washington D 0 June 28 Special to the Nkws Nine thousand soldieis guests of Miss Lena Henslny Friday were ordered to leave Tampa today for Santiago where they will re inforce Shat Â¬ night attending party at the Tyler home ters army They will board tho convoy fleet at Key West Great preparations aro place Will Gardner has purchased the nice being made to hurry their departure littlb cottage recently huilt by Mr Bandy and will tako possession next Kky Wbst June 28 Special to the Nkws The United States auxiliary crat ser St Taul commanded by Captain Sigsbee met tho Spanish torpedo boat Terror M Klchardaon The Kev Mr Phillip Jenkins preach Â¬ off San Juande Porto Hico yesterday and in the engagement that followed tho ed at Oak Grove last Saturday night and Spanish vessel was disabled and three of her officers were killed at this place Sunday Mrs Win Ueneleys little sister from Lculsvllle is visiting her She is a pleas Â¬ ant bright girl and enjoys tho country Mr A 0 Burton and Mr W D Ash cralt will attend the Teachers National Association at Washington City next month Miss Clara Wimp has returned to her homo near Ekron he Is a pretty sweet girl lady like and gentle like the mother At- Â¬ Misses Wathona Hamilton Fannie Phillips Lillian and Virginia Ithodes and Mabel Hardin visited friends in tho country last week Mrs J II Bishop entertained a pleas Â¬ ant little party last Wednesday nt Sul- Â¬ lho Spanish ministry today slates phur Well in honor of her guest Mrs Special to the Nkws Madiui June 28 that Spain is ready for the Americans attack on tho cities along the Spanish coast Capt Hyan of Louisville Mr Franklin Ditto is very feebloaa he lias been for Bometime He will tpeud tho summer at Long Branch and Beech Grovo witli his children Miss Watheua Hamilton is the proud possessor of tho medal bestowed by Brandenburg Normal for the highest per cent in the teachers examination Mr Simon Armstrong onjoyed the ploy Undo Toms Cabin and if you Mak- Â¬ doubt it ask cither Miss Maydee Pusey or telephone to Miss Ilia Richardson Quarterly services at the M E church next Sunday Kev G B Overton pre Â¬ siding elder will preach Love Feast at 30aud Holy Communion at 11 oclock Off Baquira CunA June 28 Special to the News The auxllary Cruiser Mies Lela Ciaycroft has returned Yale arrived today with her convoys and debarked her reinforcements to Shatters home after a stay of several months with army General Shatter is at the froDt holding a Qnal conference with oilieers and her uncle Mr J M Kichanlbon Lela it is thought that all plans for the attack will be make to night so that the battle is a dear good girl and we will miss her Miss Ilia Richardson has returned to for the capture of Santiago will be made to moriow her home in Louisville after a pleasant visit to Miss Maydee Pusey Ilia gained in weight while here and left looking Nelllo Jenkins will spend tho summer with her parent Mr and Mrs 0 W McGehee Mrs I W Lewis and children aro spending Bovernl weeks in Louisville with relativrs Miss Nona Anderson has returned to Gustou from a visit to Mr and Mrs J folks Mrs One of tho most enjoyable- outings of this season was the picnic given at Tar Springs Thursday in honor of Mies Addlo Ditto of Louisville Miss Mary Clary of Decatur III Miss Durham of Danville Ky Miss Donnelley of AthenB West Virginia Miss Eflle Poston of Louisville and Miss Broczer of Evansville Ind A delightful lunch was spread and the day was spent in a happy manner About forty persons participated and all had a most pleasant time gin to generate and other organs of tho body become involved Never neglect tho liver if you valuo health If you aro suffering from liver trouble begin at once the use- of Ayers Pills and you will find prompt relief and permanent euro m MENS CLOTfiM DElMRfMENT TheVcry Best Goods at Un- heard of Prices thit condition I leaan the ute of Ayert Pillt and finding almoit immediate benefit continued their vie until I teat cured of my complaint I could I vat to weakened uarttly lift by liver trouble that While in my head WILL TAKE THEIR MEDICINE Spaniards Prepared For an American tack on Their Coast Cities BLOODY BATTLE IMMINENT Shaf ter is holding a final Conference ing Preparations for Attack roy MORE TROOPS MOYE Nine Thousand Soldiers Ordered to tiago De Cuba TO REINFOECE SHAFTERS ARMY Mr and Mrs Gougli and Miss Agnes Worlaud have returned from Louisville Miss Agues has had a long stay at Con- Â¬ cordia and enjoys her homo coming for the e u miner festivities Judge C C Falrleigh and wifo have returned from a visit to their children in Paducah Mrs- - Fairleighs health is somewhat restored but not as entirely as we wish anyhow we aro glad to have her back A large delegation will go from hero to Irvington to hear Sam Jones preach tho dedicatory sermon of the Methodist church July 2nd Ho comes up here to lecture at night for the bom lit of the Lucilo Homo Miss Allione Murray entertained sev- Â¬ eral of her friends at tho hospitable homo of her parents Ilighlawu last Mo Ohnnatm Wednesday evening The function was With Tour Urw n national tea The tahlo was beautifully Â¬ decorated with National and Cuban colors and with exquisite sweet peas and corn llowerB The guests were the Miss es Anna Hambleton of Sorghotown Efllo Posten of Louisville Elizabeth Skillman and Mies Eva Allen of Hawes- Â¬ ville and Messrs Georgo Wilson and Stanley Allen of Hawesville and Ed tory departments made high grades on Goodnight final oxaminations Prof Pate will go to Lebanon Ky and Mr Avltt to Abbeville Mies The outlook for a full attendance at the opening of fall session is flattering The following resolutions were passed at the close of the term We the students of the Breckenridge Normal College desire to show that we fully realize and highly appreciate the value of the services of Profs Logan and Pato during the past session of our school and regret that our work for this year is brought to a close We feol that it will be proper to intro- Â¬ duce the following preamble and resolu- Â¬ tions Whereas Our worthy and respected teacher Prof W F Pate will not be with us longer and whereas his services have been ot special benefit to us there- Â¬ fore be it Resolved First that we offer a vote of thanks as au appreciation of the faith Tho Groom Prop McAvitt fullness ability and courtesy with which One of the prettiest and least ostentahe has discharged his duties as our in- Â¬ tious weddings of recent date was that structor That we render him our best wishes of Mies Ellen McGehee and Mr McAvitt for his future success in last Wednesday morningat 10 30 oclock which he has been called the field to at the Baptist church The bride a That wn recognize in Prof Logan an prime favorite was becomingly and instructor of more than ordinary ability stylishly attired in n travelling costume and extend to him our thanks for the kind pains taking and earnest manner Two little lower girls in tho person ot in which he has labored for us during little Keba Lewis and Bessie W rather our stay with him And shall be pleas- Â¬ preceded the couple to the alter where ed to have him remain with us That we promise him such assistance Bro Lewis in the most impressive cere- Â¬ in- Â¬ as is in our power mony made them man and wife They terests of the B N in upholding the 0 repaired immediately to the depot where their host of friends crowded around 4 offering congratulations and amid tears of reioicing for their future happiness and of sadness at their going so far from loved ones They left for Louisville and from thence by tho way of Cairo to their future home in Abbeville Miss May their life be one long sweet day of bliss is my heartfelt wish Irvington Correspondence Nkws Â¬ HRWBENTLEY Tovmtr ND Take AYERS Pills THE FAIR Bwe Its Dollars to Doughnuts That you do not know whether you arc using absolutely Pure Wheat Flour Â¬ TF or not This is A Day of Adulterations And what you sometimes think is wheat flour contains more corn than it does Â¬ wheat This is true of the Flour you buy from the cities Do You BE IN THE SWIM III Want Honest Flour Make your preparations to buy the product of our plant The mill has been remodeled and enlarged and will grind nice grades week Mrs Hawes in her genial happy style had the young people with her two even Â¬ ings last week Truly she is the young peoples favorite indeed Mrs Sandy Hendry is expected this week to remain over until after the ded- Â¬ ication of the Methodist church of which she Is a member De- Â¬ to It is announced that Bro Oyerton will preach for us next Friday night at 8 oclock Dont forget it and bo sure to come out and hear a good sermon Bob McGIothlan will servo dinner and refreshments on the ground ttiose who Madrid June 28 Special to the News Camaras fleet entortd Suu Canal come unprepared or who do not care to to day and is now bound for Manila accept the hospitality of friends Misses Jen Hardin Ellen and Lettio Herndon Lena HenBley Mrs Dick Skillman and Vlrda Hensley were among the guests from a distance at the Mc Â¬ V Gehee Avltt wedding last week BLOCKADE EXTENDED A letter from Herndon McGee states he is comfortably installed at Fort Han- Â¬ Washington D 0 June 28 Special to the Nkws The navy department to- Â¬ cock Sandy Hook and his duties tfre not day issued orders to Admiral Sampson to extend the blockade to Porto Hico and arduous He is permitted to go into New York once a month on pleasure or the president is preparing a proclamation to that effect business as he prefers TRUSTEE ELECTED Miss B Ada Drury of Bewleyville is ing at 10 ocIock and was burled at spending a few days with her sister Mrs Sand Hill She had been Bick several wit Mcuiotulan We are glad to see months with that dreaded disease con Methodist Church has Added Ten Though her family knew her looking so well after her long terra sumption New Alembers of teaching Miss Drury still retains her she could not live yet when the time position as teacher in the Louisville came to give her up it was a sad and The trustees of tho Methodist church sore trial to both husband and children school a fact upon which we congratuheld their quarterly meeting at Brecken She died peacefully quietly breathing ridge Lank Monday night John A late her Misses Harableton Tyler and sisters her last May the blessings of a wise Heston was elected trustee to succeed Â¬ Mary Jacob entertained their young Father fall upon those motherless child Win Vest deceased The church is in ren is the prayer of tho many in this flourishing condition Ten new mem friends jointly last Friday evening from community bers were added since tho beginning of 8 to 11 oclock A delightful time was the last quarter by all and the young people are had Did TlflE looking forward expectantly and happily to a lawn fete promised in the near Large Shipment future by those hospitable young ladles And Plenty of Fun Is Promised All One of the largest shipments of catto Arrangements are being made to ac- Â¬ Saturday July 2nd will be a big day made from this county this year was the comodate the immense crowd expected in towu Tho members of St Roses consignment of 150 head of cattle from here next Saturday to hear the Iter parish will give a grand picnic and bar- Â¬ Hardinsburg to Louisville this week by Sam Jones The sermon will be preach Â¬ becue at Lalleitts grove There will Gray A Tate They secured a fair price ed in the woods at 11 oclock a m be more fuu than one can shake a stick for the animals Promptly at 10 0 there will be a song at All kinds of sports will be Indulged service consisting of choruses and fami- Â¬ in There will be voting contests to Mr J D Babbage Wiley and Ilussel liar hymns In which the congregation determine who is the most popular Drashear were the guests last Saturday are expected to join the choir making young lady and who is the ugliest of Col Ju e Drashear at the words resound with a glad full burst gentleman All are invited The Hard home in West Point Thehis hospitable Colonel has of praise prt ceding the discourse inaburg bras band will furnish music a lovely home and knows Just what to Mrs Diake died last Thursday even- - for the occasion do to make it pleasant for his guests Je so Herndon of Irvington came A graphophone social was the pleasant down with us last Saturday evening function given at the home of Mr and He had been to Louisville and purchas- Â¬ Mrs John D Bahbsge in honor of their ed an elegant high grade Baldwin piano guests Misses Mary Clary and Addie for his sister He spent tho whole day Ditto Monday evening A delightful in examining and selecting instruments time was erjoyed by all who participat- Â¬ visited every musical houso and finally ed The rooms were decorated with the decided on tho Baldwin over which he national colors Refreshments were was enthused during Lena Nevitt a sweet winsome girl and I had a pleasant yisit last week to the family of Mrs Cal Hendrick Miss Ella Hendrick joined us to attend the picnic at West Point last Saturday Wo spent a delightful half day Wo drove over the little city and met many old friends I was glad to see Dr Will Crutcher in a pretty new home and doing a good practice lies a Meade county boy son of a physician and deserves success Our Â¬ The best line of Sad- Â¬ dlery and Harness can be procured atHaswells of Pure Wheat Flour TO THE JAWS OF HELL served tho evening aud a grapho Â¬ phone concert was given A card party was given in Miss Donneley the charming Miss Mayme Griffith at the homo of Mr and Mrs Dr FINE REPAIR WORK Is done honestly and in a manner Sending Your Orders Address Camaras Fleet Gone Manila and struction MANY THINK when the Creator said to woman In sorrow shalt thou bring forth children that a curse was pro nounced against the human race but the joy felt by every Mother when she first presses to her heart her babe proves the contrary Danger and suffering lurk in the pathway of the Expectant Mother and should be avoided that she may reach the hour when the hope of her heart is to be real- Â¬ ized in full vigor and strength honor of guest of beautiful Watklns Wednesday morning at 030 Those present were The Misses Margaret Elizabeth and Marlon Bowmer their guest Miss Durham Miss Elizabeth Skillman and her guest Miss Posten Mies Alliens Murray and her guest Miss Anna Hambleton Miss Addlo Ditto and Miss Mary Clary Mrs W II Bowmer Mrs Charles Skillman Mrs W G Smart and Mrs W 0 Moorman Tho following party arrived on the special car Katio from Louisville Sun Â¬ day aud wore the guests of Mrs J D Babboge for the day Mr and Mrs D W Falrleigh and children Mrs J A Fairlelgh Mr and Mrs A Ditto and sou David Mies Elllo Moniss and Frank aud Durrell Falrleigh SUCCESSFUL TERM CLOSED Profs Logan and Pats Complimented By The Students that will please you J P HASWELL Sr Daniel Dick Miller Addison HARNESS AND SADDLES Hardinsburg Ky Ky IL pS 5S WITTS ISA JL JjPSSSSiBg ru fix STORE Your Clock X MOTHERS FRIEND so relaxes the FIXTURE IN HARDINSBURG Everybody knows Witts Store It contains the best and purest line of drugs and General Merchandise in this district Â¬ system and as- Â¬ sists Nature Ak your Nervous or DIUJUGIHT Gloomy Fore- Â¬ for a genuine boding of da- Â¬ nger and the THIAI4N17R trying hour is robbed of its pain and suffering as so many happy Elys Cream Balm without Nau- Â¬ sea Headache that the necessary change takes place Â¬ The Breckenridge Normal closes a term In tho teachers de Â¬ partment every applicant but two re- Â¬ ceived a certificate thirteen made first successful class If you will only give me half a chance or I will re- Â¬ pair your watch or any piece of jewelry in the most skill- ful style possible nil J If Youll Give Me A Chance Ill show you the prettiest and best line of jewelry and watches in the county and sell you anything you ned in the line If low prices are any Inducement The scientific business and pre para- - HNEST GOODS icjit CATARRH HONEST PRICES HONEST DEALINGS Are the inducements of Â¬ fered to patronize this es- Â¬ tablishment and they have been in vogue ever since the storo started have experienced Nothing but Mothers Friend does this Dont be deceived or persuaded to use anything else mothers igbljr W II JUMO A Co WblMwilglit Tex Of druggists at lloo or sent by oipress on re Â¬ ceipt ol prkc Wrlto or took containing valua Â¬ ble Information for nil Mothers mallod Iroo The BniMtU Ktgslttor Co ilUnU Q Mothori Friend It tlia jrreateit remedy erer ut on the market and all our customer pralio 1 1 no cocaine contain mercury nor any other Injurloui drug It ii quickly Abiorbed Ghei Relief at once It oprne and cleanei W Ifipil 4 Allayi Inflamalion LULU H fcHU Ilealtand Irotccti h Membrane ReHoreitbe benoa of Tails and Smell Full Size joe Trla SUatoc 1 t DrugijUU or by mall ELY HHOTHEUS j Warren Street New York ua I 1- 1- wrsMgca M mm it m E A T G LEWIS WITTS HARDINSBURQ Jeweler HARDINSBURG KV KY J ul A JltMuJdirit WWW S3 alarm waa my great affliction for a num Â¬ ber of years Doctors did not help me By a friends advicolbogan using your modicincsj and was perfectly cured aftor taking three bottlos of SAijers J MURPHY 173MttlbcrTyBtNewatkNJ dentists will be at Irvlngton Wednesday and Thursday Juno 21th and 30th They liaro all tho latest appliances known to tho dental art and will do all work in a manner that will bo highly satisfactory to patrons Prices reasonable The Fourth of July celebration at Witt mers Grove Cannelton will be an im Â¬ mense affair It will be much more pleasant than those to be given at Louis- Â¬ ville and Kvausvllle as one can seo It all Mr Wiltmor was hero last Friday and promised that all who attended would have a big time INTERESTING PROGRAM THR BRRGKMRIDQH NEWS OLOYERPORT KY PERSONAL MENTION iWASWJ Womans Mysterious Ills Your Dr thtir Comfort in sSfflm ml OUNG Is Worth as WissV irRi BEstKP Much to You As Your Money it I r rft v - iy M Thomas Dela Hunt spent Saturday at Addison Mrs Julia Brashear to rusticating at Danson Springs Mrs Irene Dugger is visiting friends Explanation of nature by Hartman who tells Ao to cure them at Owensboro i Breckenridge News 442 To Be Rendered By the Irvlngton Club B V WEDKNHOA Y JUNE 20 1898 IV Baw Local Brevities Short ij4 The next meeting of the B V It C will be at the home of the Misses Green- Â¬ wood and will he the last meeting of the year The program will be a patriotic one and is as follows Opening Chorus National Air Aniwcr to roll call with patriotic quotation Wk rv -- Haynea for your spectacles iu jcna vutuuuo ouifcur o iiy The Story of Old Glory pfiSr wwuuj 1 p yjt w feiiParJc j - tup Each member is asked to write before the meeting the name of her favorito American hero and why These slips are to be collected by the secretary and read aloud Any one present who wish Â¬ es may participate in tho exercise and in the discussion The music will bo furnished by Misses Henderson Miss Munford Mrs More men and Mrs Wimp The Legion bat- Â¬ Sam Conrad sold a mower to Jarboe Skillman and a binder to James Fisher tle song March on Brave lads March will be sung by the ladies men- Â¬ on Friday tioned above and tho National air sung ght chilnren took their first com- Â¬ munion at St Hoses Catholic church by the circle All please come decorated with the national colors and prepare to Sunday have a stirring patriotic time The circle Summer is a noble queen but you members are asked to consider tho ad- Â¬ live under her rain without one of cant visability of altering or supplementing Sulzers umbrellas tho course for the next year Despite the rain there waa a large PICNIC P0SP0NED crowd of country people in the city Sat day and the merchants report a good trade Methodist Sunday School Children Will Tho steamer City of Cloverport has Celebrate July 14th received a brand new coat of paint and is one of the prettiest craft now on the The picnic to be given the scholars river of tho Methodist Sunday School at Tar Doutrulnyouroyesby trying to road Springs July 4th has been postponed without glasses but come to us and we and will now take placo Thursday July can glvo you a perfect fit Short M Parents of children are requested to Haynes aicompany the little ones The physical The river is at a splendid boating condition of the Short Line railroad is stage for this season of tho year and the excellent The trestles havo all been steamboat companies are all doing a strengthened and the caution that is ex- Â¬ ercised in going over the railroad makes nice business The supreme lodge of the Ancient it as safe as any in the State Uraer oi qniteu woncmen ueiu us Substantial Assistance twenty six annual convention at Arbury Past Grand Master J Speed Smith of N Y last week Itlchmond Ky visited the local Mason Â¬ After the St Paul got through shoot Â¬ ic Lodge last Friday evening in tho in- Â¬ ing at her that Spanish gun boat waa so This terest of the Centennial fund full of holes that it could be appropriate- Â¬ fund will be used to erect and maintain ly called the holey Terror He a home for aged and infirm Masons Five per cent dividend has been de met with good success and received sub Â¬ clared by the Comptroller of the Cur Â¬ stantial assistance rency in favor of the creditors of the First National Baoktof Newport Ky ArfVAiS If your eyia hurt you when you go to i K rml thH war news vou need a pair of A m j1aTvm xi yuui nicika Why not call and see them glasses our hollow and your and have your eyes tested free of charge lips white Haynts Short Is your appetite r The infant child of Mr and Mrs Auae poor and your di Â¬ Huebary of near Mattinaly died the first gestion weak Is part of the week The News sympathis Â¬ your flesh soft es with the bereaved parents in their and have you lost aflllctlon in weight The host of friends of Jack Board These arc symptoms of who acted as temporary station agent anemia or poor blood here will regret to hear of his serious They are just as frequent illness He Is Buffering with typhoid in the summer as in the fever at his home at Hardinsburg winter And you can be cured at one time just as On Monday u fractious mule attached well as another to a wagon reared iu tho harness oppos- Â¬ Gibsons store It got ite Gregory tangled up and fell to the ground The mishap will undoubtedly cure it of a bad habit Charles Fisher who is now engaged on of cod liver oil with hypo government work at a good salary at certainly phosphites will PIttaburg Pa has moved his family help you Almost everyone from Rockport Ind to his new home can take it and it will not 8 He passed through the city Saturday disturb the weakest stom-Â¬ evening ach honor of Mrs J D Babbage has the It changes the light color of raising tho earliest sugar corn and toma- Â¬ poor blood to a healthy and rich corn and red It nourishes the brain t gives toes in the city Sho had new power to the nerves It brings tomatoes from her garden for dinner last t l II a back your old weight and strength Saturday anu is jusuy yiuuu ui All Drurzlits Me and II achievement wYotk jf BL BoorrA Downs Chemists FTisSciffiffig Wilder the well known Hardin MnOMcAfeo has moved Into Mrs Lucy YouDra house For a tlrst class bacholors home stop at the Gallon ny Uotiso The walkiog Is always good for those who buy shoes of Sulzdrs1 Have you eyer used Crudo carbolic acid try eomt Sulzers Phosphate a palatable and refreshing summer drink found at Sulzers The hotter the weather the more peo- Â¬ ple seem inclined to use Suzjrs teas Milt n Ada Drury Thought uggested by ths union of the Dlue and the Gray Mn R N Miller The story of the 1 utile of Manila Mist Greenwood Discussion by circle What shall be done with our foreign conquests t led by Mrs Kendrick Wathen uml Mrs R II McGlothlan Clarence Keith of Leitchfield was In the city Sunday Kugene Marlow Iatesvllle went to Owensboro Tuesday C V Duncan has gone to Louisvlllo for medical treatment S E Wilson went to Itockport Ind on business last week Walter Smart was a guest at Seelbachs at Louisville Sunday Will Watklns of St Joe Mo is in the city visiting his old homo Morgan Fouutaine of Holts Bottom was it the city Saturday Orville Skillman was the guest of Miss Mary Holt at Holt Sunday Miss Mary Pate daughter of Mr and Mrs Oscar Pate Is quite ill Mrs Dr Watklns and children went to Owensboro Monday on a visit J E Graham Is in the city the guest of his mother Mrs W P Graham William Ashby proprietor Highland Nursery went to HaweBvllle Tuesday It M Conway and Dr Hobert Pike of OwonBboro were in the city yesterday Peter S Miller of Owensboro was a visitor in tho city Saturday and Sunday A It Connor catno down from Cory don Ind yesterday to visit his parents Marlon Hambleton returned Mrs home Saturday from a visit to Louisville Miss Mattle Wltheis of Muldraugh is visiting Miss Elizabeth Hall at Webster James Skillman returned from a three days visit to Cincinnati Saturday even Â¬ ing Misses Bessie Jarboe and Miss Ethel Oelze are visiting iriends at Hardinsburg Stanley Allen and George Wilson of Hawesvllle were in the city Wednesday evening Ed Kelley of Hawesvllle was a visitor in tho city Wednesday and Thursday evenings Mrs Julius Nolte and daughter Eloise went to Hoaetta on a visit Thursday Willis Green of the Falls of Rough is expected in the city the latter part of the week Mrs Lucy Younger spent a few days at Skillman last week visiting her old home and friends R N Hudson chief engineer for tho Henderson Route Is visiting relatives at Evergreen Ala Miss Anna Griffith one of Owensboros most popular daughters is the guest of Dr and Mrs Watklns Â¬ women aro constantly puz Â¬ zled nlmut their health In deed ferunlc troubles puzzlo alt women Older women havo experience but few possess knowledge of tho subject Tho painful periodical suffering It is accompanied by many varying sensations that distress How much of this is necessary Is a matter of guesswork Tho wholo question is shrouded in professional mystery Dr Hartman b book for women If called Health nnd Beauty treats thesu matters with delicacy and at the samu tlmo with clearness Writo to tho Medicine Company Columbus O for It It is mailed free It is a practical printed talk to women Dr Hartman defines womens diseases as cures them catarrh and tells how a Mrs C 0 Nneve 380 Morrison St Portland Ore writes as follows a Medicine Co Columbus 0 when I lived In Columbus O in 1887 I began to take Deaii Sins over since whenever I needed medicine I and havo used It and tho Man-a-lia for regulating the menses and before I havo nover found nn equal to began to take it I was never regular and always had more or less pain I had x but without success tried many different medicines lieforo I saw a a Thcro is nothing mysterious about tho action of It Is not a cure all but it cures catarrh wherever located and thcro may bo catarrh in any organ of tho body as all aro lined with mucous membrane Mrs M C Mchl 604 Walnut St Columbia Pa says I havo been troubled with catarrh and a soreness in my bowels for several years I tried everything and am happy to say that I am now that was recommended I tried entirely well Dr Hartmans advico may bo had without chargo by any woman who will writo for it His book on Chronic Catarrh is also mailed free It explains tho danger of local treatment All druggists sell BF AA f r ismmv Pc-ru-- yy i To lie comfortable you must dress in seasonable style In dress goods our line of U ORAIES MM F Cannot be excelled Wc need room nnd wc want to get rid of stock that will not be scasonnblc after the next thhty days We oiler bargains in this line Pe-ru-n- a n Gentlemen It may inteiest you to know that the latest designs in Pe-ru-- STRAW HATS are handled by us at prices that will tempt you Pe-ru-- esses those qualities that will make him Are You Pale i Emulsion Scotts i iil 1 friends Saturday afternoon Mrs Sarah II Funk and daughter of Cannelton were the guesta of Mr and Mrs Charles May Sunday Starling Thompson of Henderson visited in this city Sunday and left in the evening for Cincinnati Mrs Sue Maddox and granddaughter Miss EfTie Brosier of Evansville are visiting relatives in this city Edwin S B Bacon of J Bacon Sous Louisville waa the guest of James Fish Â¬ er at the homestead Sunday Miss Amanda Tate of Tobinsport spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Mar- Â¬ ion Weatherholt in this city Hamilton Hennen was iu Hardinsburg Monday looklrg after the Cincinnati Cooperage Companys business Miss Luella Martin and brother Mas Â¬ ter Albert of Greenville Ky are the guesta of Mr and Mrs J A Barry Mr and Mrs Jesse Weatherholt of Hancock county visited their son Mar Â¬ ion Weatherholt of this city Sunday John Ditto a popular Louisville tra Â¬ veling man was in the city Friday and Saturday the guest of Mrs John D Babbage Miss Mollie Hambleton altera sojourn of two weeks with her brother Thos Watklns in Barren county has returned home Master David W Murray is now the hotel clerk at the Heyser House Dave is a gentlemanly llttlo fellow and poes- Â¬ Mrs John Burks and Mrs Geo Fet- Â¬ The following spent a pleasant day at ter of Addison are the guesta of Mrs Mr and Mrs the Tar Springs Sunday W H Bowmer to day Geo Mus and daughter Glide Mr ami Miss Lucile Sterrett and Ada Brown Mrs A J Warner anil daughter Bessie of Hawesvllle were in the city visiting and S N Hall vory popular with tho traveling public Master Houston Falrleigh who has been visiting his cousins Louise and John D Babbage Jr has returned homo Eugene Vest accompanied by his mother Mrs Win Vest wont to Daw son Springs Saturday to be absent for 10 days S S Simmons of Irvlngton was in the city Sunday visiting his wlfo who Is undergoing treatment at the hands of Dr Owen Mrs Silas Harrington has arrived from Muldraugh She will bo tho guest of her daughters Mrs J S Leymour and Mrs J W Weatherholt Mrs Sarah Parker of Cloverport who has been the guest of Mrs W II Courtney returned home jesterdny afternoon Owensboro Inquirer Miss Kate French of Evergreen Ala is expected in the city this week She will bo the guest of her relatives Mr and Mrs It N Hudson Charles S White loft Tuesday for Louisville Ho has accepted a position with a New York insurance company with headquarters in Louisville Â¬ Â¬ EVERY INCH A HERO Ed Kissam Pays a Tribute His Nephew Who Died While Fighting Bravely Ladies If you need parasols fans belts or any of the summer novelties call at to I at Santiago Captain A K Capron one of Roos- Â¬ evelts Rough Riderp who was kl led by the Spaniards in tho recent battle at Santiago do Cuba was a nephew of Mr Ed Kissam of tills city Speaking to a Nkwb reporter yesterday Mr Kissam eaid The Caprons are fighting stock Tho wholo family belong to tho atmy or navy A K Capron was n noble young man He died bravely but the news of tho tragedy will kill his mother who fairly idolized him Tho dead herons father Is a captain in an artillery regiment of tho United States army and is now under General Shafter HES A SOLDIER NOW jpJ3t3SiC3SKS3 SULZERS i FOR SALE 560 acres of land near Hudsonville 186 acres near Hardinsbunr 140 acres near Garfield 8 One house and lot in Cloverport For Terms etc address V G BABBAGE With Lieutenant Colonel Murray Pleased The Camp Real Estate Agent and Attorney-at-LaTTAPTITWaTm Dft xv x a xtisLXl WJJ u ahj rxr w rf Library The circulating library at Irvlngton is opened to the public and the ladies of the B V R C have reason to be proud of their efforts for though the number of volumes is not large as jot tho best class of literaturo is to bo found on their shelves Membership tickets will be Is- Â¬ sued to any one seeking It by tho payment of a fee of 1 00 and an agreement to abidu by the rules of the library Apply to Mrs R B McGlothlan Li- Â¬ brarian New Â¬ Lieutcnnut Colonel Murray is now full Hedged soldier He is Btationed a at S3CS-6 dl Camp Ilobson Lexington where he is directing the mobilization and organiza- Â¬ tion of the Fourth regiment in the ab- Â¬ sence of Colonel Colson who is In Wash Â¬ ington Col Murray writes that he is pleased with his camp and that every- Â¬ thing is being put in splendid shape f le compliments Major Ballance mus tering officer of the United States army in the highest terms and says that the work of organizing tho regiment is go ing on rapidly Â¬ Â¬ DRUGS Arc essential to good health nnd careful compounding of prescriptions is absolutely necessary We make n spec Â¬ ialty of Pure Drugs and PURE I I Hats 35c Straw The Uest in the market sold nt from 4 Duncan has resolved to dose out the bulk of her stock To do this she has cut prictB down to bed rock and the lady who takes advautngu of this opportunity to invest in millinery cannot fail to make a profit on the purchase This dood Yield and Price sale opens up right away and the lady is Parson Rabord have threshed tho wiso who is first at the store bo as to get wheat crop raised by Henry Coons on tho pick of tho stock his farm tills year Tho yield was 1422 bushels aud Mr Coons had been for- Â¬ Quarterly Meeting tunate enough to sell it at 72 cents per Quarterly meeting services were held bushel at the Methodist church last Sunday evening and a very interesting sermon Notice was dolivorod by Presiding Elder V Captain Kerrick of Elizabethtown Elgin of Owensboro will be at Hardlnebunr the 0th and 7th of July for the purpose of enlisting re The Kind You Have Always Bougtil cruits in his company to respond to the Bean tho next call for troops Â¬ Election or Officers The annual election of the officers of the local lodge Fraternal Mystic Circle will take place Thursday evening The local organization has been very successful this year as it has added about 40 new members to its roll lias Good Reasons On account of sickness in her family and a press of other business Mrs II V Prescriptions We fill the latter with all the care and caution that should be exercised in so responsible an undci taking Â¬ 1 to 100 Now sold at from 20c to 75c Special bargains in La Â¬ dies and Runts coarse shoes We sell a pair of shoes good ones nt that as low as u 1 Amon M Kincheloe t DRUGGIST OASTOHIA tTeaffHoben Ky HARDINSBURG KY Hardinsburg M44 4444A4444 44444 iBr f Were Out For the Stuff Llie the balance of the world we want money and malfa no boneB about saying so We have a Klondike of Bargains in the way of things you need about the Farm y Spray Pumps Every Kind of Repairs That are needed on Machines are made skillfully and promptly by a man who knows his biz from A to Izzard Implements ti Machinery Oil Tank Pumps Mowing Machines Farm Wheat Drills The Famous Meyer Pump wmkf wH w is MnMofc23wBllfip wHaAC Koad Wagons Hay Eakes Lowest Esti- Â¬ mates Furnished P DILLON Manager Surreys Plows for r DO YOU WANT A BUGGY We have the noted Anohor Brand that are as tough as an American battleship We have all kinds of Fall Trade on all Machinery ARE YOU OUT FOR THE STUFF If you are save money by doing your trading with B P BEARD DILLON CO Hardinsburg Ky rvtmrr TTHm Breckenridge s BR0KHNRIB9fB NRWI OLGYIRPORT TEN THeUSANB KIT TTz News 1898 EXPENSIVE LUXURY MILARS THE BOSS FISHERMAN Other Followers i WEDNESDAY JUNE 29 This War It Ceiling People a Pretty Penny May Be Ssbierlbea Here To the War Lean ef Walton Jealous ef Dr Hambleten Struck by Lighting Lighting etrnck an unoccupied houoo on the E J Simmons place near Irv ington last Sunday morning Consider Â¬ able damage was done to the building K 1 Get The Contract Both the leading drug firms of this city contributed monoy toward the payment of Uncle Cams war expensee Saturday Short A Haynes bought stamps for proprietory medicines to the extent of 8 75 and Mr Fisher has contributed practic- Â¬ ally the same amount War comes high Â¬ The contract to build the new brick building at Irvington to bo occupied by Co and the new Irvington Bhelman Bank baa been let to Wra George of Lonisvillo New Bridge BIG MONEY Will Be Realized on Golden Grain All the applications for bonds that were deposited with the local post office authorities by the government have been taken up and It is thought that at least 10100 will be subscribed to the war loan by citizens of Gloverport It Is thought that the Breckenridge Bank will be able to Invest In case the government decides to accept the offers of financial institutions to tho loan This Year Tho official estimate of the amount of wheat planted in this county last fall is 44003 acres an usually large acreage A conservative estimate of the yield per acre would be fifteen bushels The aggre gate amount of wheat that will be thresh Â¬ ed within tho confines of Breckenridge this year will be 060015 bushels and iU value estimated at the low price of 60 cents per bushel will be 396577 Â¬ County Judge Ahl has awarded Cal Washer the contract or building a bridge across Beech Fork near llsmus Pates place The contract price was 320 Wheat Threihlna Commenced Wheat thrashing was delayed this week by the rains of Sunday and the threatening weather which followed It is understood however that several machines were run on Monday in the bottoms on both sides of the river Dr S T Hambleton has demonstrated that he Is the leading disclplo of Isaac Walton In Gloverport and when It comes to telling big fish stories he can lay it over all others and stick to tho truth Last Friday he was fishing at tho moutn of Clover Creek with an ordinary hcok a fairly ordinary lino and a very ordinary pole Suddenly bis cork went under and judging from the bito he had hooked a pretty good fish A REVENUE OFFICIAL When he began to pull in the lino he felt that he bad a whale attached and HU Appointment Blon Jolly Receives after a lot of pretty work ho succeeded Friday in landing a 45 pound blue catfish This is probably the largest fish that was of Hardinsburg is now a Bion Jolly ever caught In this vicinity without deputy internal revenue collector He tackle designed especially for tho received his appointment Friday it be Â¬ purposo of catching large fish ing the result of the necessity for an additional force GRANDMA LIZZIE D0WELL DEAD Mr Jollys district embraces tho counties of Breckenridge Grayson Ohio Was a Former Resident of Breckenridge and Hart with headquarters at Leitch field County SAM TONES AT IRVINGTON -- ii - - t ut KY ri l v JI a I Saturday July 2 1898 Â¬ K Rev Sam P Jones will dedicate the M E Church South at Irvington Ky Saturday July 2 1898 at 11 a m The services at Irvington will be 1 v F I rmmm a CROP CONDITIONS f I Mr Jolly has had large experience as requested to come and bring their dinner Dinner will be for sale on the The News chronlclos with sadness the Everybody The Local Outlook Is Fairly Bright a public servant and he will prove a Oh I Say most valuable addition to the revenue death of a former well known resident of grounds to accommodate those who cannot bring refreshments with them have you given Dr Caldwells Syrup force as he is a conscientious honest this county Grandma Liarzlo Dowell Tobacco in some parts of this county Pepsin a trial It will cure you of your has obtained a very poor stand while a gentleman His friends are highly who formerly lived in this city The news of her demise came to this constipation will correct your stomach pleased at his good fortune portion of it is fine considering the sea city Saturday The following from the troubles and make your life worth living of the year Worms seem to be eon Lawrence County Telephone of Walnut Trial size bottles 10c 10 doses 10c largo THE NEW STAMP scarce and are doing but little harm sizes 50c and 100 of Cbaa O Martin Grove Mo refers to her death prospects are that this will bo a The After a long life of usefulness and The regular morning train on the main line 01 A rate of ONE FARE FOR THE ROUND Is Artlttlo a Thing of Beauty and a Joy banner year for corn The crop is un Â¬ Has Bought a Machine true womanliness Elizabeth Dowell died Forever usually early The late corn has a fine St L R R will arrive at Irvington the L H at her sons residence S O Dowell in TRIP will be given on railroads Squire James Moorman of the Glen stalk and a good color As a general this city on June lCth OS She was deano district has demonstrated that he thing the ground is nice condition in due time for the sermon and the regular evening There will also be a special train run on the Most all tho letters now being received in buried at Centerville near Tuckermau is a man of progressive ideas by purchas- Â¬ The oat crop is very good and the hay by local people from the metropolitan train will take the people home was a noble woman and her cheer- Â¬ Fordsvillc Branch ing a road machine He is an ardent ad- Â¬ cities contain tho new postal stamp She crop is all that can be desired vocate of good roads and his efforts will It is a thing of beauty and joy forever ful naturelife brightened allto her path through She came Arkansas soon make the Glendeane highways BIG SALES REPORTED The stamp is about an inch by an inch among the best in the county with her husband O M Dowell in 67 KY and a half in diamater and the different denominations are engraved with a series from Cloverport Kentucky and settled Four Tons of Binder Twine Sold by IrvingAn Attractive Addition at Clover Bend Her last years were of topical and allegorical pictures ton Merchants Admission to Lecture will be Tho addition that has been made to Brother Jones will go over to Brandenburg The one cent stamp is of a green tint such as makes old age admirable she the building occupied by W 0 Moor Â¬ represents Marquette on the Miss was so pleasant patient and kind This has been a year of great activity and that evening where he will lecture at 8 p in for the 50 and 75 Cents man at Glendeane has been completed The two cent stamp is of in the sale of binder twine in this sec- issippi river THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE TM Cff tVn and it gives a large addition to the floor gu uvci sVn TJ MA HfllMltll terra cotta hue and the picture is a benefit of JLiluac ucsiuug lu nan n A iu wiuuutuuuig uuiu tion Tlie merchants at Irvington sold a material- Â¬ space of the establishment It farming scne out West Tho series Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be 8000 pounds of twine this year as Irvington will find train accommodation LUCILE ORPHANS HOME ly enhances the town The upper por- Â¬ against 2000 pounds last year The resembles the Columbian stamp in shape Cured tion will bo used as a lodge room by the Irvington Milling Company handled the and design It is though that they will Glendeane Masons largest amount their sales being 5000 be sold at the local post office in the An Eminent New York Chemist and Scien- Â¬ pounds It is estimated that one pound near future tist Makes a Free Offer to Our A Good Season of binder twine is sufficient for ten Readers The local offices of tho Adams and A BIG DEAL bushels of wheat and at this basis it ran Tho distinguished New York chemist American Express Companies have be safely said that the farmers around T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ handled a large amount of small fruits Irvington have raised 80000 bushels of Geo Bentley Has Purchased 25000 ery of a reliable and abcolute cure for thus far this season The shipments of wheat this year againBt 20000 last year Bushels of Wheat Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis cherries raspberries and blackberries and all bronchial throat lung and SOME ESTIMATES are very large and prices are fair This Hancock Clarirn clipst diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal promises to be quite a profitable season Geo Bentley returned Wednesday affections general decline and weakness for growers Of the Wheat Yield on Weil Known Farms from a tour of Daviess and Henderson loss of flesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ counties where he bought 25000 bushels ing away will send THREE FREE EOT Proves Two Things It Is thought that the yield of the W of wheat for the BullitU at Louisville TLE8 all different of his New Discov- Â¬ B A Hardaway of near Guston cut bis wheat crop this year with a Deering T Cannon farm at McDaniel will be He bought 2000 bushels frcin Sam eries to any afflicted reader of the Bueck binder that he purchased from Hon K about 2500 bushels Tho production of James of Populist fame an well as the enridob Nkws writing for them M Jolly sixteen years ago He says in the Dr Hart farm at McDaniel will be crop of County Clerk Josh Griflhb of lis New Scientific Treatment has all that time the repairs on the machine 2150 bushels and 85 acres on the farm of Owensboro All of it will be sent through cured thousands permanently by its have cost bira less than 5 It proves Thomas Mercer at McDaniel will yield to Louisville and will not be rehandled timely use and ho considers it a simple that the machine is a good one and the 1000 bushels Over at Glendeone the at their elevator here Two car loads pr itesslonal duty to suffering humanity man who owns it is careful and knows three leading farmers have wheat crops were shipped up the Texas yesterday to donate a trial of his infallible cure SJLlr that will average as follows Robertson which is not only the first shipment on Science daily develops new wonders how to run it 120 acres 1200 bushels Bros Jesse this road but believed to bo the first and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ Depository Banks Moorman 700 or 800 bushels which he wheat going in to Louisville for the menting for years has produced results The new revenue law provides that has already disposed of at 75 cents per season For the last wheat Mr Bently as beneficial to humanity as can oe paid 70 cents but he says Mr Bullitt has claimed by any modern genius His as Â¬ the proprietory and documentary stamps bushel Eli II Dean 2000 bushels tion in which we have eliminated The reason they do so is because several new hat bets that it will get sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ shall bo placed on aaie by postmasters down to 50c we are honest with tho public When BOLD BAD BURGLARS and those banks which are United StateB profits and given every advantage to tion are curable in any climate is proven depositories Collector Frank has named wo advertise by heartfelt letters of gratitude filed tho purchaser tho Breckenridge Bank as a depository Are Given The Combination to The New SAVED OUR LIFE in his American and European laborator under this provision and it will hereafter Safe ies in thousands from those cured in all be a Btarap agent The Hardinsburg parts of the world Do Not Neglect the Kidneys and Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ Bank will also act in the same capacity The Irvington Milling Company has chial chest aud luug troubles lead to at Hardinsburg Bladder purchased a handsome new safe It will We mean what we say Just now wo Consumption which uninterrupted be used merely as an ornament to the means speedy and certain death have a largo stock on hands Monoy Attended The Funeral Simply write to T A Slocum M O Disorder of these important organs office as It will be kept unlocked night is more valuable to us than tho goods The following persons living out of and day causes Brights disease rheumatism pain 08 Pine street New York giving post office and express address and the free on our shelves Wo never keep Spring town were here Tuesday of last week A paper giving the combination to the in the back dropsy and other troubles medicine will be promptly sent Suffer- Â¬ attending the ieral of Mrs Steele safe is displayed very conspicuously and Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your ers should take instant advantage of his Goods over from ono season to anoth- Â¬ Mrs JaunH Bradley ind grandson Mrs burglars are politely requested not to kidneys and bladder before you realize generous proposition er Its not our way of doing busi- Â¬ Please tell the Doctor that you saw his Nola Volinan and Mr John Steele of blow the safe open as no money will be that anything serious is the matter ness The freshest goods on the mar- Â¬ Owensboro Mr and Mrs William Mor kept in it Olten these organs pre neglected until offer in the Bheckenridoe News ket are none too good for our custom- Â¬ ton and niece Miss Veva Batt of Glen The company has had two safes blown that awful malady Brights disease has Good Corn Weather From our Spring Goods It will save ers To get money and Mrs Statira Batt and her sons open and it is a desire to save their new fastened upon you and death awaits its deane The farmers were greatly pleased with Our customers know you money Uoxsey and Chrissle of Cannelton Many miraculous cures have Saturdays rain It was just the thing one from the same fate that has caused victim been wrought by a course of treatment for corn and tho thorough soaking the them to take these precautions when we advertise a reduction that it SIX CENTS HIQIiER with Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These ground received means tho addition of is one in fact as well as in namo CONSCIENTIOUSLY tablets are put up in the shape of a kid Â¬ several thousand bushels to the magnifi- Â¬ Opening Price For New Wheat at Owens ney bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ cent corn crop already in sight Heres the greatest chance you have Did Charles Bonier Perform His Contract boro nounced by the best physicians of mod Â¬ had in the year to get bargains that With the County ern times to be the most direct in action Wo have begun a sweeping reduc are bargains on the kidneys of any remedy known to The first delivery of new wheat of the Charles Bohler has completed the fill medical science You can eat these tab Â¬ season was sold at Owensboro Friday to the Broker Mills at sixty six cents the at the Piegali bridgo and the county has lets as you would candy Send for free opening price agreed on by local dealers never received mote work for the money booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all It is six cents higher than the opening invested Is than beon this contracton Mr druggists or sent on receipt of price to complimented Bohler the 50 cent and 1 price last rear conscientious performance of his work Dr N O Davis Everything in Good Condition Frankfort Ind People who have seen the fill say it is A Bargaiu for some one the best that has aver been made Mr Call on or address HE WAS A VILLIAN Bohler showed his good faith by doing more than the specifications of the con Â¬ tract called for Instead of putting Was The Vllllan In Uncle Toms Cabin Gloverport Ky of rip rap on the sides he put eight feet Frenchs Floating Opera was in the Those who have Rheumatism find twelve and he also donated twenty yards Admlnlstraior8 Notioe themselves growing stuudily worse ull of extra stonework besides 2 worth of city Thursday and In the evening played All personi having claims against the estate ol the tho while One reason of this is that labor on the roads He received 63 for to a crowded houso The old favorite the remedies prescribed by the doctors Uncle Toms Cabin handsomely staged deceased Mrs Sallie I Tate are notified to present contain mercury and jKitash which ul Â¬ his work and he faarned every cent of it them properly proven lor settlement on or before held the boards The play was inter Sept i 1898 timately --intensify tho disease by caus Â¬ 8 A IATB Administrator AN EYE UPENER preted in an interesting manner and it Hardinsburg Juae IJ 1898 ing the Joints to Bwell and stiffen must be confessed that the vllllan Sroduoing a severe aching of the bonfi been curing Rheumatism Notice Simon Legree was the most villanous for twenty yeurs even the worst cases What a Poor Farm Will Produce Here The Democratic Committee of Dreckenrldge vllllan that ever wore buskin The devil which seemed almost incurable never wore a more sardonic expression county It hereby called to mectatllardlnsburgjuly Cant OK Himhes the popular railroad The possibilities of farming in Breck- Â¬ than he aud when he showed bis teeth 7 189S Every member of the committee Is request conductor iif Columbia S ed to be present J WHITWOR1H Chairman ence with KlirumatUm whlcti convinced blm enridge county are simply great Sever-Â¬ a series of shivers chased each other up fnaf ffl nil v nnai thatlor al years ago Arch Goodman purchased and down the spinal columns cure that pjtlntul dU of the 15 00 per Week ease Urtnyt I wilt two or three hundred acres of land in affrighted spectators in the audience Kreat iuflertr from musWe will pay a salary of 1500 per week and ex cular KheumatUm tho vicinity of Mt Zlon that were con There were some that wept at the death pensea for man with rig to introduce our Poultry or two yearn I could Kel sidered worthless The land haying the of little Eva and Uncle Tom and one MUtur and Insect Destroyer In the country II el no permanent relief from any medicine pre reputation of being too poor to even young lady pathetically inquired as the required Address with stamp orlted by my physician IKRHICTION MlG CO Parsons Kan I took about a doien botÂ¬ raise trouble on was allowed to grow up faithful old slave was being dragged off tle of Your H 8 8 and In weeds and briars Lost year how Â¬ now I am aa well aa I the stage Must you go but Uncle Breokenrldge Circuit Court cverwailnmyjlfe lam ever Mr Goodman decided to put it In Tom showed that he had to by falling to sure that your medicine M2 BaaVaalBaVaSI Virgil Hardins Administrators Plaintiff curtd me and I would OBeWfWeTtty cultivation and he raised 800 bushels of linger refinmminil I In annn vs Buffering from any blood dltoase wheat More attention was paid to the Hardins heirs The specialties were very good and the Virgil pers ns having- Ac defendants All claims against the estate o Everybody knowB that Rheumatism farm a part of the old White Moorman tableau of Little Eva in the finale was a Virgil Hardin deceastd are hereby notified to is a diseased state of the blood and place and this year it will produce from gorgeously beautiful spectacle produce the same before the undersigned Special only a blood remedy Is the only proper 2600 to H000 bushels of wheat all of Master Commissioner at bis officii In Cloverport treatment but a remedy containing which proves that even poor land is good Late to bed and early to rise prepares Ky properly proven on or before the first day of potash and mercury only aggravates in Breckenridge a man for his home in the skies Early September 1898 the trouble Given under my hand as Special Master Com to bed and a Little Early Riser the pill missioner ol tild court this 6th day of 75 pes Lawns Organ- Â¬ 25 pairs Hartshorn June 189 50 Tow Linen Suits 100 pes Lawns and One Minute Cough Cure la tho best that makes life longer and better and AS II SKIILMAK S M C B C dies Crepe Mulls were window shades com Â¬ nicely made preparation I have ever sold or used and wiser Short Haynes good sold C alios Worth 5c at 10a and 15a L M I cant say to much in praise plete with fixtures thing for hot weather Eleetrlo Light Franchise Come quick wont last as long as they last at May Prove Serious being Purely Vegetable goes direct to Kennon Merchant Odell Ga Short On Tune 30th t wilt sell to the highest and best Worth double the price Sixes 34 to 43 above price long Gus Fuqua of Daviess county was ac bidder an electric light franchise to tun for a term the very cause of tho di tease and a per Â¬ Haynes manent cure always results It is the of ao years from date of Its approval by the City cidentally shot in the thigh with a Flo only blood remedy guaranteed to con m lert rifle while with a camping party on Council Sale at City Hall at to 30 a City Clerk 9 Wool Ecrcra OhialcanHanri all nrmnfi v nrnrfnha or htntaaAf- maVaf O tain no potash mercury or other dan- - I rNDUUV Rough Creek Friday Physicians have ItatlrtYHHmmwiwBweX gerou minerals BearitU for our Bpeolala from time to time Oo Brandeaburg Ky been unable to find the ball and there is Books mailed free by Swift Speclfle Ufsatww DeWltt5 Little Early Risers Oowpaay Atlanta Georgia fear that the wound may prove serious -- RE S SPECIAL RATES ON RAILROADS WILL ALSO LECTURE AT BRANDENBURG Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ All Classes of People L Respect Our Name A Reduction in Price HELP US GET A DIVORCE To Clean Out Our Spring Goods FOR SALE My Livery Stable Crippled by Rheumatism F T HEYSER Jacob Meyer KY BIG SPRING Â¬ Â¬ vwy GEO YEAKEL 5c - JUNE - SREOALS 4 4 198 10c COS 3c Â¬ SSSrTnBlood i VORXA 1 - OCMffift Go ytktlt Tir4t i m PHR 33HmOKBlNRXEQK NEWS OUOYHHPORT Breckenridge WKDENBDAY JY Physicians Recommend News JUNE 29 1898 t FTAM AHTPC f If Ifrl f V I mmmm 1mmm An Immune The lump tax dots not bother nn Nor mar my lifes tranquility Still till In gentle peace t live t I have no cheikt dear friends to give With no iipltiimtn I contend Having no packages to send Never a stamp law shall t break Having no mortgages to make No great transactions know my hand No millwheels move at my command No ships are mine that sail the sea j Though bjnks may break they break not me Serene content 1 go my way Sound sli ep at night and toll by day From warring wolves of Tax secure Still thankful that t am so poor I Atlanta Constitution Dealers Choice of Breeds Iducatu our hoys To lie Handy I A CUBAN -- I CHARGE Machinery SUlliRdTITIONS No Seaman ON WAR SHIPS Free From These Fancies Many of Which are s Very Odd V Q Babbage i I I 8100 Howard 8100 The readers olthia paper will be pleased to learn that there la at least one dread- Â¬ ed disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh I n TT lll rt l itcR4l7f iHil a viiuiriu iuru is uiu uuiy positive known to ttio lneaicai Iraternity rjcare olpg a constitutional disease requires unconstitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroy Â¬ ing tho foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send for lists of testimonials Address FJ CHENEY Co Toledo 0 -Sold by Druggists 75c il SUNDAY IS A LUCKV DAY It More Titan Counteracts the Balefulness of Friday Sailors Believe - Good or ill luck of certain days is still v a belief among sailors in the navy Friday as all the world knows is a day of ill omen and Sunday is a lucky day Tim f4nvflrnmnr tt pnnrno olvefl Ita orders and expects them to be executed whether the day be a lucky one or not But the old sailors noto on what day the ship is loaded or sails and prophesy the future of the ship accordingly There never has been an accident to a warship in peace or war which its crew could not explain in this way The superstition about women is a relic of the old belief in witchcraft and many stories are told to prove their evil powers It Is thought that a woman by throwing sand in the air on shipboard can produce violent storms Not many years ago some women who traveled on English warships were tortured during a storm to make them quiet the waves PI i a an narharli u It a nritvnur nrn partHtny compensated by the supersti tion whicti sailors have held forcenturies that beautiful children bring a blessing to a ship The tattolng habit is very common in the navy When u sailor commences ho at once services on a changes the designs of such markings to harmonizd with the spirit of the oc- Â¬ casion It is firmly believed for instance that an arm or leg decorated with the derigu of a gun or a sword or some such design bears a charmed life and will never be lost in battle Other designs in tattoo work also bring good luck but are not so efficacious in time of war man-of-wÂ¬ 7 Scrofula hip disease salt rheum dys- Â¬ pepsia and other diseases due to impure blood ROUQH ON A PATRIOT i f IT i Hardhearted flald Forwarded priate Accoutrements From The Detroit Free Press Appro- Â¬ I say Chawlie old chap dont you weally think that the Smyths girls carry a joke pretty far sometimes Dont you weally I dont know deah bo Maybe they do What have they besn up to now old fel Well Ill tell you Chawlie But you wont mention it at the club or to the boys No deah boy Won honah Ton honah Well I wasawound to the Smythes the other evening and just to scare I fahncied has been rawther mashed on me doucherknow I said Id made up my mind to enlist Of course I didnt weally mean it Of course not old fel Well the next day Miss Suo sent me a note pwaisiug me for my bwavery and patriotism and begging tho privilege of sending me my military outfit Nawl Good for Sue I But I dont sen any great joke about that Algy Maybe you will wlren I tell you that the outfit she sent consisted of a toy dwum about as Ujgas a pint cup a tin hon about foujrtnches long and a bean ehootah Miss Hue who 1 r NawJl Sctl Hanged if that wasnt deucod rough But youU Hanged if It wasnt about it keep mum Aw yes 1 1 Tonhonah Ton honah II I III 1111 Much n Little Is especially tmo of Hoods hills lor no medi cine ever contained so treat curative rower la so small sihice Tbey uro n whole medicine Â¬ best always jvudy il ways elHcleut always nut Waetoryt prevent a cold or cure all liver Ills set bMrtiebe Jtuutdlee constipation etc 30 TlMassly Fills to fake wMb Heo4i SwsccMiUa Hoo ds fr Pills Strings thongs nnd snap catches play Important parts In the field uniform of a Cuban itisireMit Persons who hayo seen the llttlo band of Cuban patriotH with llulinlo Hills Wild West show eoii3 lushing into the arena liuvo noticed that each man by a quick movement of tho head throws off his straw hat The hat which is held by a string dangles upon tho horsemans shoulders during h s ride The movement reruallng the fine alert and spirited faces of the men who served under Gomiz and Maceo looks like a trick for theatric effect but it is what they always do wnen riding into action so one of the little band ex Â¬ plained the other day 1lie Spanish soldiers lie said havu the Mauser rifle which kills at 1000 or 1200 yards wnile we have only the Remington carbine which Ib a short range It is all we can afford If we re- Â¬ main at a distance the Spanish without danger to themselves will as you Amer Â¬ icans say wipe us out So we must get close to them Tho Mauser bullet will not kill any more at one yard than Ht 1000 but It Is dillerent with the machete For it close quarters is necessary Now see how we are prepared for an attack Tim carbine hangs by this snap catch from the belt on the left side Tho revolver suspended by a string through its butt hangs on the left side Tho maclietc by a thong through the handle swings from the right wrist The hat is made fast by a string so that it may be thrown back out of the way but not lost for we aro too poor to lose any Â¬ thing oven an old straw hat and when the light is oyer if wo are alive we will want our hats But during the fight we want our heads kept bare clear that wo may see The Spaniard pulls his hat down over his eyes The order is given to charge Three four or 11 ye hundred yards we must go very fast straight for the Spaniards who all the time have us in rangj of their Mausers while we can do nothing to them Then we are close enough for the carbine to have effect nnd they go bang bang bang fast na we can load and flrit Ah If we only had mngaalno guns like yours but they aro too costly for us Quickly we nre close enough for the revolver to do exculion Tho carbino goes back to its honk on the belt and tho revolver speaks until it is empty when it is dropped for the string to take care of By that time we aro on to our euemy with the machete This Ib the tool to 1 kill with Shots fired in a gallop may mis but there is no mistake about the chop of the machete The Spaniards r Worry is the child of unbelief it is the child of distrust No one can trust knows it and dislike it exceedingly A man who knows how to haudlu tho God fully and worry at the same time machete can lop off an arm or a head or split a mau like a carrot with it A gun How much trouble he aods who does not look to see what his neighbor snjs may get out of order ammunition may or does or thinks but only to what he does himbelf that it may be just and pure be exhausted but the good machete is Marcus Aurelius always ready for service Grind it sharply when it is dulled on bones and In proposition as man gets back the spirit of manliness which is seli sacriQce will not fail to serve you well affection loyalty to an idea beyond himself a God above himself so far will he it When the fight is over everything is risd ithove circumstances and wield them at his will Charles Kingsley in place The hat is put back on the head f r our sun Is very hot tiie Observe good faith and justice toward all nations cultivate peace and harmo- Â¬ revolver and carbine hang in tiieir ny with all Religion and morality enjoin this conduct and can it be that good ready for reloading and wo are policy does not eaually enjoin it It would be worthy of a free enlightened and paces for prepared another fiht at no distant period a great nation to give to mankind the magnanimous and too novel example of a people always guided by an exalted justice and benevolence Fenny Wise and Found Foolish Who can doubt that in the course of time and things the fruits of such a plan would richly repay any temporary advantages which might be lost by a steady aro they who haye not Foleys Colic Cure as a safe guard in the family A From Washingtons Farewell Address adherence to it It Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephensport Gordon Haynes Pates the North when the Twenty third Ken- Â¬ ville E A Witt Hardinsburg tucky gave a flauklng fire and mado a Refined Gold number of our boys prisoneis We had All refined gold is not alike Austra gotten fairly under way when the Oth Ohio swooped down upon us capturlng lian gold for Instance Is distinctly red all our prisoners and taking a good many der than that from California The Ural gold is tho reddest found anywhere of our boys in turn Kentucky Boys in Blue Aud One of my classmates was in the gang Eyesight that was marched to the rear and he Grey To the naked eye not more than 0000 told me that as soon as they got into stars are ordinarily visible A powerful quarters all animosity was forgotten Use Their Fists With Fearful Effect The Kentuckians who fought with the telescope will reveal 5000000 stars at once In a Fierce Charge North embraced the lads that battled for the South and as tho lattor had their St Iouts Itepublic canteens fllledjwlth good whisky there Not all the battles in the last war was a great spree in camp that night were fought with rifles sabers and guns Truths Tersely Told The hottest fight I know of was an en- Â¬ gagement with bare knuckles and fists Foleys Kidney Cure is a safe sure JJINE TENTH3 of The speaker was Judge Henry Laugh remedy for all kinds of Kidney and Blad Â¬ an tna pain lln and the place where this singular ondsicknessfrom der Diseases A It Fisher Clover engagement came off was Stone River which women port R A Shellman Stephensport The Confederates charged on Mc suffer Is caused Haynes Patesvillo E A Qordon Cooks right and the men they were by weakness or Witt Hardinsburg advancing upon were a Union Kentucky derangement In regiment said Judgo Lauehlin The the organs of A YANKEE CONFEDERATE Kentucky Third of the Southern army menstruation and the Unlou Kentucky were compos Nearly always when a woman Is not well these ed of men and lads who had been How an English Vessel Ran a Block- Â¬ organs are affected But when brought up in the samu c unty All of ade at Qslveston they are strong and healthy a them had lived together as old friends woman U very seldom sick and neighbors and they met aa enemies From The St Louis Itepublic for tho first time on Stone River battle- Â¬ General Lew Wallace of Indiana field relates an interesting story of how an At first they fired vigorously but English vessel ran the blockade of Gal when they drew nearer and recognised veston Tex during the late war He each other they ceased firing on both witnessed the feat aud could not under Â¬ Is natures provision for the regu- Â¬ lation of the menstrual function sides They resorted to other weapons stand how tho vessel got past the It It cures all female troubles and began to swear at and abuso each American ships bombarded as It was is equally effective for the girl m in language which I wouldnt wits shot and shell Afterward General other her teens tho young wife with do Â¬ advise you to put on paper All around Wallace met a confederate who was mestic and maternal cares and the woman approaching the period them the battle waa roaring but nobody familiar with the incident Change of Life known as th Do you mean to say asked the gen Â¬ seemed to notice that the good Keutuck They all need It They are all From eral of the confederate that the block- Â¬ waging a war of word lana were benefitted by It words thoy turned to blows and clubbed ade runner passed in without losing a each other with muskets and bayonets man For advice In eases requiring- special directions address giving syrsptoms Oh no said the confederate five In some instances guns wero thrown Ladles Advisory Department1 tha The Chsttsnooga Medidna Co ChattaÂ¬ aside and the fellows went at each other men were killed at the wheel nooga Tens There is something else I should like hammer and tongs with their fists Such pummellng was never heard of to know said General Wallace and THOS j COOPER Tuptto Mlw HyH fight that was that is the nationality of tho man who It was the best Kslitriiiirlffomirvlrrou1r Bide waa getting the ran that blockade ever put up Our afla pnmui mtRsuuuMn ana Bcura MuM not tsllive hsr tsflns of Cirditl Ill tell you that laughed the con Â¬ better of tho fellows who affiliated with i enmeijeufM est sad also federate slapping bis leg that man Oh Minute Cough Cure curWi waa a yanks from the state of Maaf acuuMtta for TWt Is what It was m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ baug-baug-ba- The man who Ib clover with tools who could repair any of tho ordinary machinery a out jiefnrin seems to be the exception nowada s This is partly becauso of the old plan of maklug things at home has given way to the modern idea of buying manufactured articles This has deprived thn young of the won Â¬ derful experience that formerly taught them how to use their liaiula Most of our young people nowadays have no conception of the power of hand eye and mind much less the ability to put Ihls must be such power into action tJio object of manual training In our com- Â¬ mon schools and of technical training in DONT RAISE PlUQS Teach our the agricultural colleges youths how to use their hands I One has They Kat Their Heads OH and Destroy Profit only to go deeply into this phase of the new education to realiz t tho wonderful Never in tiie history of horse raising possibilities before the young man or was there a wider difference between woman who is so trained as to be able plugs and good horses Farmers must to make the hand obey tho eye In carry Â¬ give as much thought to the selection of ing out tho original dictates of the mind botli dam and slro as they do in the The world needs ouch inoro than it needs breeding of cattlo and other live stock absorbers of moro book learning A coach horse that will bring 300 is as easily raised as a plug that will bring but HAWKS AND LICB 45 Such a horse is useful on the farm until the time when he is ready for the The Enemies of Young Chickens Easily market and can be used both to the Managed plow and on the wagon In case he lacks the style or action necessary to The two great difficulties in the way of bring a fancy price he is still a general raising chickens on a farm lice and purpose horse and will be profitable to hawks are easily managed For the the raiser first dust the hen while sitting with the insect powder nnd after the chickens BUTTER MAKINQ are a few days old wet a piece of cloth or paper in kerosene and squeeze it dry Farm Dairies are Prof lUble If Run Right then rub it into the hens feathers especially under tho wings If this is at- Â¬ The cream ry which makes a success tended to once a week there will bo no keeps one sole object in view toward trouble from lice which all of its detail work converges The safest plan if hawks are tioublo viz the production of a standard first somo is to make a covered run for the class butter Private dairies conducted chickens Construct a frame of boards on this principle are the ones which about 15 inches high and any desired size succeed Asa general rule there is a and cover it with wire netting Over slight prejudice in favor of dairy butter one cornor lay a wide board as a pro- Â¬ But to insure parmanent recognition at tection from rains also to furnish shade the best prices dairy butter must have on a hot day If skunks trouble lay a manufactured quality as perfect as the boards on tho ground around the frame creamery article This run should be moved every few Creameries haye established a de- Â¬ days to giye a fresh place and if it is on served reputation for first class manufac- grass gravel must be thrown in on the tured butter because of their strict ad- Â¬ turf broken so that the chickens can get herence to the bBt known principles of it for themselves I once put a Hoe lot butter making Many dairy farmers of Plymouth rocks on a grass plot nnd are trying to run domestic butter mak moved Ihe frame everyday to give them as a side issue and giving it slight at- Â¬ fresh grass In spite of the best possible tention when it should havu the skilled care they all died and it was some timo thought and practico that its importance before I found that tho trouble was a demands Of those who know theoreticlack of gravel If tho hen is with the ally how to make good butter many fail chickens she will often dig through tlio in the practical application gras3 and get graavel in that Inquiries from leading poultry com misslor dealers in various cities as to the fayorito breed resulted as follows Philadelphia Plymouth Itocks the favorite J P W St Louis We believe that the Ply Â¬ mouth Hock aud Bull Cochins crossed with Leghorns will make the best layers aud result in the heaviest output F W B St Louis Mo Buffalo Plymouth Bocks F A It Boston Large breeds aud large eggs P E It Now York Leghorns for eggs Ply Â¬ mouth Rocks for poultry W G Co New Orleans Largo poultry has prefCo erence B A With Tools and The Bloody Alachcte an Impor Â¬ tant Factor Strings and Thongs Used With Dead IJ Effect Tho most picturesque superstitions of the B6s are thoftr tobich gov eru a mod rn martof war EverySild salt in tho navy helibves in hoodoos and spells which may work all sorts of evils on his ship and must bo catelully guarded against Warship supertitlonshavo been evolv ed from older nations of the sen ninny of which nte as ancient as the art of navigation The great leveller steam has modified them jnoroorlesH and the peculiar dangetH of warships have calltd forth many new Iheorien and boliefs The mysterious powers of a ships hoc doos are said to commence long before the ship Itself has entered thu water It isn very generally accepted superstition that If the first blow which is struck tho keel brings sparks tho ship is destined in Bomti future battle to suffer from a raalng fire from the enemy The old time practice of stealing a piece of wood aud imbedding it In the prow for good luck is of course impossi ln ithu case of steel ships though It is considered lucky to have a piece of stolen wood oil board If only as a keep Â¬ sake Another old supeistltlon is t al fled by placing a silver coin In some crevice of the fighting top of the mainmast or some place below decks where It touches the steel mast Originally it was a very common custom to imbed a silver coin nnd prefoiably a Spanish coin in the wooden steps near the mast A White Mark Foleys Kidney Cure is a perfectly re- Â¬ liable preparation for all Kidney and bladder diseases The proprietors of tills Great Medicine guarantee it or monDo thoy not deserve a ey refunded whlto mark A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephensport Gordon Haynes Patesville E A Witt Hardinsburg Â¬ Â¬ I Will Act as I Administrator I Guardian I Assignee Etc g Jl rwentv sears perience Jix- - 8 M M t Fredonia N Y Fknnkr Dear Sir As you can well imagine tho worry and arduous duties of a hotel man- Â¬ ager during busy season of the Worlds Fair were sufficient to breakdown a man oi more natural strength than myself Towards the close of the Fair season I found myselt languid dull bilious and nervous not taking the interest of a healthy man in my business Our house physician recommended your Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic as the best remedy his life long experlnce in practice had discovered for my restoration and it accomplished the work completely To day I am a well man thanks to yourgraat remedy CHARLES O MARTIN Prescription Pharmacist M Next door above layne V SPRiNSFirtLDO May 14 1894 I Settling 1 Estates- - I All Legal Matters I Given Prompt I Attention C 5 ft Z Cns Cloverport bank or back pension An examination of the records discloses the fact the Sylvanus was the only Chinaman in the late war and consequently the only one of his race who drew a pension At last accounts his widow and children were still living in Indiana Pa Â¬ HAEDHTSBUHG B F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vice President M H BEARD Cashier Q W BEARD MORRIS ESKRIDOE R M I V - Dlreoton JOLLY 8 E Parker Sharon Wis writes I have tried De Witts Witch Harjl Salve for itching piles and it always stops them in two minutes I consider DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve the greatest pile cure on the market Short Haynes Music on the Graphophone Few people appreciate the m irvilous powers of It Is an Instruthe Graphophone ns an entertainer ment which though It costs much less thin the least expensive muical Instrument will enable Its owner to have at pleasure music of any kind from that of a bagpipe to that ol a grand military band It reproduces vocil selections and gives one command of every plessure that appeals to the sense of hear- Â¬ ing No investment piys such large returns in pleasure Besides reproducing the musical and other records made for entertainment purposes the Graphophone will record immediately and repro duce at once and as often as is desired our own lly writing to Colum words or song or any sound bia lhonograph Co 9i9 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington D C you can obtain a catalogue that will give full information as to prices ol Graphophone outfit INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Safety Comfort Louisvills and Mile HUNGRY PLACE SEEKERS Will Packet Line Fast Mall Lino Between Have to Walt Until For Office Late In Fall Louisville and Evansville BTKAMERS j FOUR GOOD SERMONS Mr James Richardson the editor of tho Glasgow Times and one of the elect- Â¬ ed prison commissioners does not think the commission will get possession before tho fall In his last issue ho says The commission must still before it can read its title clear to office run the gauntlet of a decision of the court of appeals If the court of last resort decid ed adversely to the now new board that will bo the end of it There will be nothing left except weeping wailing and gnashing of teeth and a luxuriance af unchristian language from a thousand applicants for the eight offices at tho disposal of the commission Of course the commissioners occupying the high aud responsible position to which they haye been elevated could neither cuss nor cry but they might fall over dead If the prison commission is bo fortunate as to be sustnined by the court there is even then no way by which possession ol ollice can be forced before October or November Tho contesting Republicans can within thirty days after the decision is rendered file a petition for a re hearing if they can of course they will The court of appeals adjourns for the summer vacation June 25 and re Â¬ assembles in September thus postpon- Â¬ ing the matter to tho fall term AVhen tho court meets In Septembor it will probably bo thirty days owing to the press of other business in passing upon tho rehearing issue which will postpone final judgement to October After the matter has been finally settled In court the law gives the present incumbents thirty days in which to vacate their Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ E G RAGON F M Ryan Master W A Biihop Purser TARASCON D L Fenny Master L T Conner Purser TELL CITY R II Ballard Master W B Newbell Purser P D STAGGS yet relief is Daily except Saturday between Louisville obtained in half that time by the use of and New Amsterdam Freight shipped by this line delivered quick Â¬ One Minute Cough Cure It prevents consumption and quickly cures colds er than by rail Travelers will find the steamers are unsur Â¬ croup bronchitis pneumonia lagrippe and all throat and lung troubles Short passed in equipment and accommodations The best culinary are employed as cooks And k Haynes One Minute is not long Underfed Soldiers The coinmoD soldier in Russia receives 3 roubles per annum about 2 25 The day rations consist of two pounds of suchary which is a very coarse kind of bread mado of cracked rye baked hard at first then cut into small pieces and further dried in a heated oven small quantity of salt and some soup Bucklens Arnica Salve Tuk Best Salve in the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ blains Corns nnd all Skin Eruptions and postively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect Fatisfaction or money refunded Price For sale by Short 25 cents per box Haynes Â¬ he menu Is equal to that of tho best hotels Oeneral offices 17A and 178 4th Avenuo Louisville D L PENNY W W BITE Supt O V Pies A Ownnshorn Williams T P Kv J HHunsclie The TAILOR Will be in Clover- Â¬ port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with 1 The fleanest flan New York city claims the meanest man He was in a West Side police court the other day where his wife had hauled him on the unique charge of at tempting to pawn their baby to get money on which to continue his very His name is Michael Hart largo jag Casper May Send mc Co IND o dices OANNELTON HAMMER AND THONGS Â¬ Â¬ With the smoothest of smooth sailing it will bo at least October or Novomber before the prison commisak ners can take possession And there is the possi Â¬ bility to be considered that they are now just as near the penitentiary as they will ever be P ALL WOMEN Discovered By a Woman Another great discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this Dlsonso fastened his clutches country upon her and for seven years she with stood its severest test but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed Imminent For three months Postage Stamps she coughed incessantly and could not Postage stamps came into existence sleep She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of about GO years ago In 1800 there were Dr Kings New Discovery for consump- Â¬ about 500 varieties in existence tion and was bo much relieved on tak- Â¬ ing first dose that she slept all night and with two bottles has been absolute- Â¬ ly cured Her name is Mrs Luther Lutz V Co of Thus writes W O Hamnick Shelby N O Trial bottles free at Short Haynes Drug Store Regular siz3 50c aud 1 Every bottle guaranteed Â¬ Â¬ P Jones Milesburg Pa writes I have used DeWitts Little Early Risers ever since they were introduced here and must say I have never used any pills in my family during forty years of house keeping that gave such satisfactory Short results as a laxative or cathartic Haynes S O And I will Send you packed in a plain box one gallon Old Goon Hollow Whisky None Purer None Finer SIMON Second B3 N and Main JONES Louisville Swiss Cheese Dried Beef The Best WarNews The Iouliville Courier Journal Is now publishing the fullest most accurate and most reliable war news of any paper in the South or Weil It is de voting all its enemies to making a reputation for its wai reports and is ortalely sucoueiline admira Â¬ bly The CourlerJournal has subordinated all other issues to that ol Ihe war Politics money civil service the tariff all are out of it now The war Is the one topic discussed by the people and and accurate The news of it f they want the Courier Journal realurs this and k supplying tha demand as no other paper can do The Twlce awcek Courier Journal prints the cream of the daily news It is issued Wednesday and Saturday- - The price has recently been cut iromfitojo cents a year making unquestionably the cheapest ai well as the best piper publUkcd You get 104 six or eight page papers anywhere for 50 cents lly a special arrangement the Twicca wcek Courier Journal and the IlrcckenrfJga News will be sent one year lor only 35 Subscriptions under this offer must be cash and mast invariably be sent to the Breckenrldire News Cloverport Ky Â¬ ANOTHER CHINAAIAN Has Helped to Fight Uncle Sams Battles Boiled Ham Canned Moats Â¬ WtaSM - free-for-- hld The enlistment of a Chinaman in the voluuteer army in California the other day recalls the fact that there was but one Celestial in the war of the rebellion His Chinese name Is unknown but the name under which he enlisted was Thomas Sylvanus He was born in Bal Â¬ timore about eighteen years before the outbreak of the war When only a child ho was taken to Pittsburg where he act Â¬ ed as a servant fpr a wealthy family in that city When the war broke out Thomas ran away and enlisted iu the army He served Uncle Sara until the close of the war shortly after which he turned up In Indiana la where ho resided until his death which occurred a few years ago While in the service of the United States Sylvanus contracted a disease of tile eyes from which ho almost went blind In 1880 ho applied for and waa granted a pension ol 12 per month Hv also secured several hundred dollars Fresh Eatables of ever rh kind CITY BAKERY QmSlBSQSSi9n imm I tLiIAJULI SS r sLOLIV 4 niCMJlIlM mm VK4R viAttil 4l Pri ILil hi Mwrnj IU WU lMIWMUll utUhiiMiMir kmiiilu JltM m I1J hUlCSLmA pf I n WtJhKfltnwMlsWJUIUTKHU W tjCkMrttJ f MeMMW 9 DM UUtMAI JtMthtjVlWwiil tekcTWK iSCltkl lh j wnriiw w wwimimi IhAWltM mi Mill iji hi4t 4Ml MaeVKUIe Ul nlj afcsies MMett lNtaff ekaaTeeHtl tsM Breckenridge WJLDNLSDA News 18t8 JUNEiM Poor and Weak Catarrh and Bronchial Troublo- k poor and weak and I did not feci llko WEBSTER work I began taking Hoods Barsnpa rllla In a short tltno tho cough disap Â¬ peared I slept well had a good appctlto llaln in abundance nnd I was better In every way Last spring I was not feeling well I had no apÂ¬ How about tho Klondiko pctlto and no strength I resorted to All kinds of fruits are scarce Hoods Sanaparllla and soon felt inoro We will hello to you shortly llko work My llttlo nephew w ns a doll Â¬ Wheat ia iino throughout this section cato child nnd bad a humor which trou- Â¬ bled him so ho could not rest at night Sash Jordan has commenced plowing llo has taken a few bottles of Hoods Knr corn Baparilla and flow ho has a good appctilo J It Maya finished planting corn last and is ablo to sleep Mihs Alium J week Freeman South Duxhury Mass L C Simmons contemplates selling out tills fall Sam Jones Irvlngton next Saturday Is tho Olio True lltuoil Purifier All dnigghti 1 Yes wo are going are llio ixt nflcr diniirr 1 HIS riUUU i Dill pin nnl digestion aw Philliph Webb wub here last week talk- Â¬ ing telephone to us HARDINSBUKG The latest arrival in town ia a little boy at Sash Jordans It M Johnson and family went to Better take a llttlo lunch to Irving Garfield Saturday on a visit ton Olios Claycomb visited Jack Board Gub Brown went to Kvnnsyille MonSunday who is at Irvlngton sick day Miss Kittle McGlothlan of Irvlngton Miss Irene Board ia visiting at Big is visiting Miss Mannio Adkisson Springs B A Parks and S II Payne went to AVm Downs of Kirk has boon quiet Larue comity last week on a visit sick for some timo All praise to Sawyer the painter our Ilardinsburg will send a large doliga church shows up beautifully now tion to Irvingtou The Ashcratt Bros will probably There is talk of a big picnic at Kirk in thresh the grain of this community the near future Mack Payne and family and Mrs L Miss Bettie Has well lias returned to G Jordon went to Meade county Satur Â¬ homo in Cloverport her day to visit relatives Prank Hook Is building a new house Miss Withers a charming young lady on liis farm near town of Muldrongh arrived Sunday to he tho Mrs Kam Pate is visiting her fathers gut st of MibsElizibcth Hall for several family near Bewleyville days Gardner Board Bon of W K Board Miss Myra Hanks who taught tho last Kirk lias typhoid fever term of our public school so endeared Born to the wife of C L Beard Juno heiself to our people that she will be em 23 a twelve pound boy ployed to teach thu next term Mrs Kthel Moorman and her children Wo should like to know how many wore visiting here last Sunday road overseers there are in tho county Miss Bess Eskridgu has just returned who have had their bands out as much us four full days in thu past two from school at Valley Station Ky years Mrs Morris Kskridge has gone to LouTho Monroe Doctrino was well enough isville to spend a couple of weeks Mrs James Withers of Kirk was visit- Â¬ in its day but having served its pur posu it should be thrown upon a pilu of ing friends here one day last week rubbish along with other discarded anMrs It L McGuflin nnd children tiquities Greater America is tin went to Unrrett on a visit Monday watch word now Mrs G A Thomas of Litchfield is The corn crop is pretty generally laid here on n visit to her mother Mrs lies by In good condition and tho prospect ton for a good crop is flattering Home Forrest Haynes and hia mother wore seekers wilj do well to investigate the here last Saturday from Harned shop Â¬ bargains ollbred in lands in this commuping nity some rare opportunities MiaaTulaO Daniel is attending the Womens Foreigu Mission meeting EKRON at Franklin Kenney Board who has been home J P Sbacklett of Louisville waa here on a vacation will return to his position Sunday at the shops Mlsa Kena and Cora Sbacklett spent Owen Cunningham and his two chil Â¬ dren went to Ohenault laut week to visit Sunday at Hill Grove Mrs 0 J Stith spent several days at his mother Irvington last week visiting relatives Mr J L Johnson Jiving near Gar- Â¬ Mrs J G Koby of Garrett passed field is olleriug his farm of 140 acres for through town Saturday euroute to Louis- Â¬ sale at MX ville Miss Mannie Mattingly of Itono Ind Mrs Pheoba Skillman of Ilardinsis visiting her uncle and aunt Mr and burg will visit her father Dr It W Mrs P Dillon No one hero has heard from Walter Wariield this week Chas A Casperke our clever tele Â¬ Clark since he left early in the spring to phone man has built a line from Bran Â¬ WO to the Klondike Judge Wm Ahl bought a house and denburg station to Sulphur Well and lot in Kastlaud Cloverport at the Coin thinks of extending to line to Garnetts ville and Muldraugb missloneis sale two weeks ago A terrific rain and thunder storm pass Frank Whltworth of Garfield sold his farm of about ninety acres near that ed over t ait place Sunday morning about 4 oclock doing great damage to wheat place last week to Charley Dowell and corn crops Telephones were burn- Â¬ The new pavement around the jail ed out and renderd useless all day Sun Â¬ property is about completed and it adds day During the storm a bolt of lighten a good deal to the looks of things there ing struck the barn of Tom Taby out Get ready for Irvlngton next Saturday near Garrett killing a horse and four Special train and the faro will only be hogs fifty cents for the round trip from this Everybody is coming to Ekron next point i Saturday to our annual picnic It is use Â¬ Mrs James Klnclieloe of Carrollton less to say everything has been done to Ky arrived at Ilardinsburg Sunday make it a day of pleasure for everyone morning and is tho guest of Dr A M TJie gentlemen that have tho matter in KJncheloo hand never do tilings by halves The Miss Kthel Oalzs and Mlsa Bessie Jar beautiful grove lias been put in first class hoe of Cloverport arrived last Friday order plenty of seats and refreshments evening to spend a week with Mrs J II of all kinds will be sold reasonable B Logan The Phoenix Insurance Company of New York has employed V G Babbage This department is in receipt of three as their Attorney in tills county to look volumes of the new Spanish readers that after their claims are being issued by the American Book They Bro tho new firm are going Company as school text books Bakor to occupy Mr Johnstons corner dtslro are to compiled as to give tho student us to state that thoy will havo a large the easiest and best methods of learning opening about tho first of August some- Â¬ the Spanish language The FiretSecond thing Ilardinsburg has not had Hereto and Third readers are attractive and highly practical books of Instruction fore Mrs Akin and her daughter Mrs It Pays Walter Kayo who resides in Texas and Dr Smith the Loulsvillo dentist who who have been visiting relatives hi this place went to Henderson last week has been here the past two weeks said where they will stop a fow days on their Your paper the News is the best ad Â¬ vertising medium I evor used outside of return home the large cities The second day after The ladles of the Foreign Missionary the appearance of my ad in its columns Society M E church South are hereby I got a patient from Union Star and notified that tho regular monthly meet Â¬ Patesville who sad they saw my ad in ing will be postponded one week in hope your paper of having Miss Tula Daniel with us to report the annual meeting now in ses- Â¬ Another War Tax sion at Franklin Ky The local post ofllce authorities were Mies Fannie Smiths school lias closed notified by the postmaster general this at ElUabethtown but alio will remain week that on and after July 1st a speci- Â¬ there until the 20th ol this month to be al tax of two cents will bo imposed upon present at the marriage of Prof Thomas all money orders sent out through thu to Mrs Morris Prof Thomas Is well malls known to the school teachers in this county ho having conducted the instih8 Kind You Hate AJwara Bought tute hero last year His sorvicrs have Ben tU also been ungiged for he Institute tills Bigruturo ST Jjryear and if ho meets with no bad luck bewillbring his bride along with him CALDWELLS Agrbup of attorneys talking the eth Â¬ er day had occasion to refer to the Ufa of CURES trJDIOCSTION IV Had no Appotlto Now Bottor In Every Way A Dollcato Child Somo tlino slnco I took n sudden cold and could not got rid of It Being subject to catarrh and bronchial trou blc I coughed terribly I lost my appetite nnd grew Judgo Klncheloe Said one It waa char acteristic ot tho Judge In tho latter days ot hia life to guagd his fees somewhat according to his clients ability to pay On ono occasion a man fn this county had consulted a certain lawver about his cwu and asked him what hu would chargo to attend to it The lawyer heard him through and told him 250 Tho man was poor and went over and laid the case befoio Judge Klnchcloo and asked him what he would chargo him to at- Â¬ tend to it The Judge said well about 25 dollars He got the case Â¬ FORDSVILLE Mr Sam Dent of Leilchfleld Is in town Several couples went to visit Dark Hollow Sunday afternoon We are glad to welceme Mr Montgom ery and wife back in our midst Misses Ambie Ford amd Nancy Smith are visiting relatives at Hartford Dr Hardin fiasham of Owensboro made a flying visit to our town last week Miss Jessie Reynolds returned from Russelvllle college accompanied by Miss H I AdL OOL IH COMFORTABLE 3miHfci Organdies Y H aMMMMMMM m EhB iH V rlOOO S parilla unnii ik HH v v H Â¬ iH H H H Caddie Grlfllth Mlrs Emma Darnea and Miss Osborne of Beaver Dam who have been visiting friends and relatives returned to their homes Sunday Miss Mitta McGubbIn8 of Stephens- port after spending several days with her frenld Mrs W II Sargent last week returned home Saturday via Ilardinsburg The college is almost completed and wo hope that tho trustees will exerciso good judgement in selecting u professor capable of instructing tho young minds in manners as well as book knowledge Rev Reynolds filled his regular ap- Â¬ pointment at the M E church and Bro Rutledge of Cloverport held sorvlces at tho Baptist church Sunday We regret very much we cannot secure Bro Rut-ledge as our pastor Lawn Piques For Warm Weather At Reduced Pric THE FAIR Heston Willis Co v J WOLF CREEK Mrs Roman Boone of Little Bend was here Friday Estella Owlngs has been very sick but is some better now Davis Cunningham the popular flour drummer was here last week 7SL wsmwlUeim I fa W tJfH MLmmWm uSti w- Â¬ 111 M vHt s VjVB m M Â¬ iM 1 1 Hi t WILL SELL vj WsSfaKFMs wBlSsSSt Â¬ Â¬ eursion John Warren of Chenault was here last Sunday to Beo his brother 8 J Elder J II Trent wife and baby little Alice Rosh are here visiting at the old home- Â¬ stead Some of our good people expect to hear Sam Jones lecture at Brandenburg July 2nd Miss Sallie Osborne of Andyville visited Miss Mamie Etherton and attend ed the picnic Rev Shemwell was here at his regu lar appointment preaching Sunday and Sunday night Miss Mary L Owlngs had a very bard chill and was confined to her room a fow days last week J Lawrence Owingswent to Fair View homo Saturday to visit his aunt Mrs George Gilliland Messrs Martlon and Guernsey of Loulsvillearo at tho hotel for a few days Ttiey aro interested in tho timber busl- Some of our people enjoyed the play exhibited on Uncle Toms cabin Frenchs New Sensation at Alton Wed nesday night Miss Sue Owings received a very hand Â¬ some picture of one of the soldier boys who is in camp at Ohlckamauga He is delighted with a soldiers life Mr Wood of Alton who is erecting a residence at Lake View the farm of R R Trent was taken very ill Thursday afternoon and is still a very sick man Â¬ YOUNG MAN GET MARRIED Dont let the expense scare you The cost of Qucensware Glassware Groceries and other household necessities is lower than ever before We can set you up in the above mentioned lines cheaper thaa any one else Ask your married friends is this not so Â¬ x A- - Â¬ Tickets BETWEEN ALL STATIONS AT Jesse Smith after a very pleasant and profitable year in the Brandenburg Nor mal is at home He has donned a far We have a large line of Fruit mers apparel and is indeed our own Jess Jars and CanB for sale cheap We again reminder as the A picnic near Alton Ind was the mention this as a cause of quite a number of our young canning season has opened people fording the beautiful Ohio Fri day Some left in the cool of the morn ing and lingered long after old sols rays ceased to beam They report a good time HOUSEWIVES BEWLEYVILLE Dr J H W Frank is seriously 111 at present Ernest Hardaway and wife continue their stay here David Hardaway has returned to his home at Brandenburg W Helm Henderson was the guest of Overton Blanford 8unday Phillips Walker attended the teachers examination at Brandenburg A drenching rain Sunday morning was the right thing at the right time Will Ashcraft after a pleasant visit to Waveland returned home Monday Mr and Mrs Tom Ditto of Louisville aro visiting relatives in our community Everybody wants to go over to Irvlngton noxt Saturday to see and hear Sam Jones Arthur Walker will return to the city this week and engage in dental work there R M Sanders and sister Miss Blanche visited Mrs B A Hardaway Sunday The wheat is nearly all in shock Cutting hay comis next in order Corn growing fine Jim Sander of Irvlngton has been doing considerable work in his line of business of late Rev George Oundiff wife and son will visit in this community the latter part of next week The Epworth League met Sunday afternoon and held a Bible study from the book of Daniel Mrs PIggott Misses Blanche Jolly and Florence Cain attended the B V R 0 at Mrs R B McGlothlans Friday p Â¬ YOUNG LADIES And older ones too for that matter we have the prettiest line of Belts to wear with your Shirt Waists that has ever been shown in Â¬ t Â¬ Â¬ 3 LITERARY tiili ON 1 and j July 2 3 SSSSSStt I 4 Traffic Manager this city Call and see our selectuHvof Fans They are exquisite in thetrbuty 4d Heston z - f Willis Co w tfmtt YRUP PEPSI CURES CONSTIPATION He writes a fine description of the aur roundings and seems chebmul and satin- fled They have 05 regime Blt0O c panles to each regiment and uH n l 1000 bu of potatoes and other thli - rproportion to feed them each day r mrzW I hope one day to see our friend hoaw again all safe and sound Miss Mary Foynter of SbelbyvilW who is traveling in the Interest of Um college there is the guest of her fria Mrs O II Drury for several days The Womans Missionary SoeUtjr was in the Methodist church WwhMwbjr Quite a nasaber prpsesiL afternoon with Mrs Piggott for a new member Mrs Annis Beastey and daughter Miss Lucy of St Augustine Fla form erly of this plaee are visiting Mrs TbM P Hardaway Mrs Bsasleys sister It was abeut 30 years ago that Mr m4 Mrs B4ey wovsd to Florida and tfew Im htm b M oaly Um sesood Unm back homM Goldiw q 4 DR CALDWELLS nP - Good Returning July 6th A i k ti II w- T Tickets Good on all Regular Trains IJjw m fwrther information oall oaiAgents or address OASTOIIIA - a m Mccracken Oununil SiipoHntcmiciU LOUISVILLE EDGAR HILL Aunt YRUP i PEPSlN II C MORDUE AsslHtuut General 1nsHVHKcr KENTUOKY W G Hardaway who has been work- Â¬ ing for his brother 0 D Hardaway will quit there the 30th of Juno for other employment EJwIn Jolly our little guest from Irv ington says Irvington would be a fine place to live if they would get the saloons away W H Cain Jr received a nice letter Saturday from his friend Doc Gray who joined the army sot long ago and m at present at Camp Thrust Ohlckamxga A f v