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VMK iaHjHmHIWWllfWf -- - THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALIa THR NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT as VOL XXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 6 1898 NO 51 M J kf V V jff i i Royl make the food pure 1 UQp t1 r n j fc mKj L n g53 UNITEP STATES BATTLESHIP JTtgjjTHS OFMTTLES Sampsons Flotilla gives Ceveras fleet Hail Columbia Destroys every vessel and captures the Spanish Admiral and 1600 sailors and marines The battleship Iowa under commander Bob Evans takes 600 Spaniards captive The greatest naval victory in Was on Our Side Inde Â¬ history Fairly eclipses Deweys famous feat and makes July 4 1898 a day that will go down in history with July 4 1776 pendence Day Â¬ ISZT J5j IOW miPS CRUISER M1NNEAPQL15 4g 131 Hl THE GOD READ The Glorious News of the Glorious Fourth Ifc OUK Surely MIRACULOUS Makes us the Jehovah VICTORY Favored or A Day of Exciting Events and a Succession of Victo- Â¬ Â¬ ries Washington July 4 Tho complete annihilation of the Spanish squadron at Santiago and tho capture of the Spanish admiral Cervera with 1000 prisoners the demand by General Shafter for the What Dewey Think of Samp- Â¬ surrender of Santiago by 12 oclock to- Â¬ morrow noon on pain of bombardment j son Now Great Old Sea Dog Pulverizes the Dons in Good Style AND THE EAGLE SCREAMED that the La drone islands havo been captured that a Spanish gunboat had surrendered that a hundred or more Spanish officers and men were taken and that our first Phil Â¬ word from Admiral Dewey ippine expedition had landed this is in part tho thrilling record of such a Fourth of Shafter and Sampson Confer July i Washington D C July 5 2 p m Special to the Nkws General Shafter Washington July At 1125 to night tho navy department posted the ap- Â¬ pended translation of a cipher cablegram received from Commodore Watson It is is to day conferring with Admiral Sampson as to whether it would be advisable to similar to that received today from Admiral Sampson but contains the additional attack Santiago by land and sea to day r information that 360 Spaniards were killed or drowned 1C0 wounded and 1000 captured Commodore Wataona dispatch follows GETTING FUNNY Cut Queer German Warships Capers Near Manila as ling not beou known since the bells of Independence hall rang out the tidings of American freedom It was a day when one momentous event fol- Â¬ lowed another in constant and rapid suc Â¬ cession vi t- - r T At 0 came out of Santiago In column and waa totally destroyed within au hour except Â¬ ing which fairly shook the great war ing Cristobal Colon which was chased forty ilve miles to westward by the commastate and navy building to ita foundation nder-in-chief Brooklyn Oregon and Texas surrendering to Brooklyn but was Admiral Sampsons dispatch announcing beached to prevent sinking his glorious victory and tho entire de Npne of our officers or men were injured except on board Brooklyn Chief Washington D O July 6 3 p m Special to the Nkws After the cabinet Yeoman Ellis was killed and one man wounded Admiral Cervera all command Â¬ meeting today it is said that Gon Shafter waa ordered to await more reinforce Manila Bay Friday via Honcj Kong Monday via Paius July structiou of the Spanish fleet was given ing officers excepting of Oqurndo j about seventy other officers and 1C00 men are to the public l 4 Special Cablo Soon after tho Baltimore and Charleston were prisoners About 350 killed or drowned and 100 wounded latter being cared for raents before attacking Santiago on Solace and Olivette Have just arrived offSatiago In Marblehead to take charge lighted yesterday another war ship waa reported with them following while commander-in-chiis looking out for Cristobal Colon Signed In their wake just ahead of tho transports When our two crusiors ap Â¬ Playa del istb July 3 To the Secretary of the Navy Washington D 0 30 am today the Spanish squadron seven in all including one gunboat each hour bringing some new feature more startling than what had gone before The climax came at one oclock when amid the wildest cheer Â¬ Must Await Reinforcements MAY BE HUNTING TROUBLE ef WATSON l Troops to be Hurried to Santiago i- fri DEWEY May Have Had a Fourth of July CeleÂ¬ Washington D O July 6 3 p m Spi cial to the Nkws Thero Is great Troops are being rushed as activity in the war and Navy department Shafter from the large military camps at Charleston Tampa and Now York The fastest cruisers in the navy are being utilized as transport vessels i bration proached Maraeles Bay the Baltimoro discovered three cruisers an chored thoro ouo flying tho flag of tho German Vice Admiral Tho latter got under way hauled down tho Admirals flag and cruised close alongside the transports as they camo up tho bay No one has yot been ablo to account for this manouver which is without precedent in naval history It is roported that the Germans and Spainiards aslioro havo had a serious disagreement and it is thought this action on tho part of tho Kaisorin Augusta may havo been intended to lead tho Spaniards to be- Â¬ lieve they had been deserted by their German allies Tho Kaiscrin Augusta led our transports cloeo to thoir anchorage and thon salutod Admiral Dowey and went on to tho usual foreign LINARES KILLED Brave Spanish General Reported Among the Slain Madbid July 4 At the conclusion of the cabinet meeting yesterday evening the ministers stated that the official con firmation had been received that Gen Vara do Key and two of Gen Linares aide decamps were among the killed in the third attack of the Americans on El Caney It waa Btated that the American losses exceeded 2000 THIRD FLEET jFF TO MANILA anchorage All five of tho Gorman warships recontly hero have now roturnod to Manila In the Harbor of Manila From the Way This Reads Heaven Forgive Them Thev Know Not What They Do The government has no news of Agua dores London England July 5 3 p ra 8peclal cable to the Nkws It wm report Special cable to the News No news of Deweys ed hero today that the third Spanish Hoxa Kono July 5 3 p ra flaet cdraraiaded by Admiral Caraara beaabardsaeat of Manila has reached here yet bat It la confidently expected that Mfwly through the Suez canal United State AmUeador llay htw notified the wwd will Boati come to the effect that lie attacked Manila yeetenlay United States government and Admiral Dewey to tbt eftVet t ped Almost Out of Ammunition Wawinoton D r that Gen Linares haa succumbed to his wounds but this report Is unconfirmed It is reported OJuly 5 2 pm -S- pecial to the Nkws -- General Shafter Bun of a ITORIA P 1M KIM YMlfeNAfcq Bi today eaWed to the war department that lie la running short of ammmition CCvvmtti T BRECKENRIDGE Tb nr THE i BHJKLOKHtNRIIDQKL II News NOTES OF D 4V 0 BaHige Edllon and Prapilitfri 0 1808 INTEREST Gleaned at Brandcdburg By Our Correspondent WEDNESDAY JULY SIX PAGES The NEWS gives its readers this week the latest war news Who Writes nil the News mid Views It is the same telegraphic report that is contained in the city dailies and embraces all that is visiting in Oweneboro has happened on Tuesday to George Ditto is off of duty from inGene Fontaino hour of going to Press disposition Â¬ Camp llerndon number of guests Allen Armstrong spent the National Bk W y holiday in Evansvllle Mr and Mrs Chas Drury spent Sun Â¬ rzS3r day with Mrs John Frakor Miss Lula Lewis and Jim Beckerstaff spent Suuday in Clovorport Miss Sue Owings is at Mrs oi irrsB tKhSHijaajHSL ft iPHbHt Fontaine witli Mis3 Bess Allen Blanche Frank Mercer of Hardiusburg pulled more than ono string last Saturday r -i Mrs II V Duncan spent several days witli Mrs D M Duncan this week Miss Lula Lewis is spending some time with Miss Eva Catrigan of Guston OLlt COlNTKV Mrs Dr Burch and daughter Miss week All men are equal In our land no tilled rank have Sallle visited in laynesvilln last wr Mrs Ityan has returned to Louisville We bow to no luperior to none we bend the knee after a pleasant stay with Mrs J II Each one a part of one great whole to harmony Bishop detlgned And relegated like the sphere to orblu well Mrs Anslem Clarkson and Miss Bottle defined were guests of Mrs Casperko Saturday Our million It the conquest of the paulom not of and Sunday lands Our clever friend Henry Harrington To cultivate the conscience and restrain tin lifted has been ailing for several weeks but hands To teach the world that honor Is Gods greatest b now improving gift not gold Mrs Gray and her sister Miss Clark And hoarded wealth and idleness breed evils un- of Leitchfield are guests of Mrs Hesson foretold This is the way we celebrate and this is the end wc at the Parsonage seek Mr Thixton and Mr II B Phillips of To hold rapacity In check and stimulate the weak OwenBboro were hero last week to at- Â¬ Till In good time as one fair field ot ripening tend a business meeting grain we show Where eery struggling stem has made an equal D M Duncan spent Sunday in Louis- Â¬ chance to grow ville with his brother Courtney who is there for medical treatment Ckuvkkah fleet has been Hobsoniied Ed Yeakel has been quite sick His Euroikans call tnis the Yauko Spanko mother came down from Louisville and spent several days witli him war Mrs Mollie D Carrico of Hopkins Biuvkhv is the heritauo of a freo peo ville is spending the heated term with ple her sister Mrs Thos Hamilton a U Mr and Mrs George Kerfoot nee Tub bears are still hugging the life out Miss Annie Richardson of Oklahoma of Spanish bonds are visiting Judge J F Woolfolks fam Â¬ or Doe Run has a 3aiiaF sit iiiei aHijflLLLLiR 4lflBiHLHBifa iisiHhCIzih- Â¬ ily Tins Fourth ol July bears a very close relationship to the ono of 1773 Emikkou Billy llohenloe the lord realizes that there are others war Lee Ditto is doing finely in Owensboro Ho is in business with his brother Dick and they are both fine upright business DEWKy nud Sampson are running neck and neck in the race for heroic honors Tui b is the time that an American can be excused for thinking that he is the only pebble on the bench Strategic board has been bottled up and the corkscrew mislaid Since Sampson did what Dewey did Germany hastens to assure us that her attitude is that of a good little boy Those who bear the burden of war taxes have the consolation of knowing they are getting action for their money There h a suspicion prevaling that the THOUSANDS HEARD JONES Dedication Exercises at Irving ton Very Successful The Dlggest Event ot the Year in Dreckenridge An immense concourse of people gathered at Irvington Saturday to hear that inimitable evangelist Sam Jones preach It was estimated that there was at least 3000 people present and despite the heat all enjoyed themselves most pleasantly The railroad ran special trains and the carrying capacity of its cars were tested to the utmost The crowd of pet pie that came from various points on the branch was simply immense Two special trains were required to transport them The sermon preached by Sam Jones was a characteristic oue and presented the truth in allopathic doses The servi- Â¬ ces were held in a grove which had been cleaued aud improved for the Well we heard Sam Jones at Irvington the crowd was immense the heat in Â¬ tense but we are all glad we went Sam Jones Is just what we all expected after reading his hotshots for years He is a wonder a miracle He stands alone without a parallel in his line of work to imitate him or attempt means a signal failure a fraud He tells the unvarnish- Â¬ ed truth and strikes it home with a sledge hammer Six hundred dollars of the Mother shapes the course was raised on the ground tho church of unborn generations goes debt and expenses paid I was the guest rounding through all the of Mr and Mrs R M Jolly to dinner ages and enters the confines of with Mr Jones Prof Cabell of Potter iitcrnity With what care there- Â¬ College Bro Overton Bro Hesson Mr fore should the Expectant Moth- Â¬ Frank Root the cornetist from Louis er be guarded and how great the villo Golden Rod and a host of other effort be to ward off danger and guests from different pieces Mr and occasion The people of Irvington did all in their make her life joyous and happy Mrs Jolly have a handsome lnme and entertain lavishly Mrs Jolly is one of power to promote the comfort of their the most attractive charming women I guests and the splendid manner in which over met She was organist at the ser Â¬ they accomplished tiiat eud lias added new laurels to the reputation of that allays all vices and the choir sang most beautiful Â¬ enterpriring city fur hospitality Re Nervous ly the cornet adding materially It was freshments were ample and no one ness re- Â¬ a happy day added to many in the hungered lieves the chapter of my life About U0O was donated to the now Headache A BIQ MAIL church which was dedicated that day Cramps The best of order prevailed and all and Nau- Â¬ 300 who attended are loud in their praises of VJWff y L Mi sea and so News Sends OutMatter Pound or News those who managed the affair fully pre- Â¬ young men Mrs Bondurant and Miss Annie en- Â¬ tertained a number of guests Suuday from Louisville Mies Kate Leslie will spend some time We are all bound today Monday for the picnic at Sulphur Well We will take in the moon light fantastic re- Â¬ turning by the stars Today the Fourth above many for many years years should be remember Â¬ ed Our American soldiers at Santiago aro in a fearful siege Miss Addie G Ditto has a favorite color so have I Let her choose another and Miss Alliene Murray will see to it and report accordingly Mr Thos II Ditto called lastSaturduy a dress parade for women all the same ho was there looking with all his ability and commenting too The Itev G B Oyerton preached Sun day morning and evening He is a patriot Ho adores the American flag while he bears aloft the cress Misses Angermier Louisville and Miss Bertha Stokes are visitors of Miss Linnie Moremen who will give a dance reception Thursday night in their honor We are grieved to hear of Courtney Duncans illness and sympathize most deeply with his mother Hope his treatment in Louisville may restore him Misses Irene Board Zelina Strother and Charlie Moremen of Big Spring were guests of Miss Daisy Mclntiie last week I had a pleasant call from Zelma and Charlie Theres a fine new boy Loyd JenkinB at the home of Dr and Mrs J T Wells and there is much rejoicing under that pretty pleasant roof after seven years ot happy wedded bliss Iter Pam P Jones and Rev G B D O Pnsey Ovorton were guests of and wife while here Dr and Mrs Pusoys doors aro always wide open and they entortatn In true Kentucky style Let us bear in mind that bravo boys enlisted with the knowledge that they perhaps would suffer the extremo pen- Â¬ alties of war their courago when put to tho test will not fall It makes us proud of them No young ladles in all the state have a finer reputation than those of this com- Â¬ munity Beauty manners deportment entertaining powers all go to make tip a beautiful ensomble and wo bavo gallant popular young men Who supposed for ono instant that 8am Jones was a Beau Brummel or a Chesterfield 7 Havent we read his life 7 He makes no pretention to etiquette or conventionality rathbr prides himself on his lack indeed I met Mrs II T Kendall of Louis-Â¬ ville on the train She will spend the summer in Breckonrldgo county She is in grief over her boy going to the front with the Legion but be went with a patriotic spirit is a Christian and she should be consoled I did enjoy meeting all those Hardins burg and Cloverport friends we are cemented in ties through this column I met particularly a kindred spirit in Mrs David Murray who is patriotic and looks at the bright side of pictures and has beautiful faith I saw so many many friends of the long long ago henco the pleasure of these coming together times The Legion boys are anxious to go to the front Of course they prefer activity to inactivity They are glad Gen Brooke has revoked the order that they should not go Col Castleman had rather bo shot in Cuba than stay at Chickamauga while others go Thats the kind of man I admire The Col had fonr years ex ptrience in our Civil war he knows where of he speaks He is a patriot His head is silvered but his heart is young If week before last was full Inst week overflowed with gayety Excutsions by river Bocials dances followed in quiot succession But the event of o onts was the stopping over at the wharf of the popular steamer Tarascon with the poet musician and Captain Will S Hayes at the helm for a dance Society turned out en masse and tripped for one hour to the strains of a sweat string band There had been an excursion to Evansvllle Capt Hayes is proverbial for his urbanity and knowln g quite how to make one feel at home if you pleaseHe wants an excursion of Brandenburg people to make the round trip and promise to be on hand to tap the bell play a waltz tell an anecdote and play the agreeable generally Mrs B A Young and son Percy Misses Irma Gordon Jennie Husley with a young lady friend from N O all well known here made tho trip Mrs Blanche Fontaine reports a most delightful time We are glad to feel that Mr Burton will teach for us again He is a professional teacher an educator A short but groat phrase and one every community should realize an education enables us to live well Herbert Spencer said It Edu prepares one for complete living cation fits us for a better social standing enables us to more easily obtain a means of livelihood but above all and over all if rightly applied it fits one fortruor and better living Mr Burton makes this topic a chief issue in his lectures and in his daily life We see persons having all other equipments yet who do noth- Â¬ ing and count for nothing in the com- Â¬ munity their education is a failure and is not practical We must contribute something to tho value of life for others wo must have tho power to do in order to live a full life and be happy We liye in deeds not years in thoughts not Mr Hardesty and Miss Mona breaths Price will continue good instructors of youth progressive and in the onward sweep of education 1II NRW8 OIOVTaiDRTt KY PAYNE8VILLE mmmmmmmmmmsmsmmm M Jr oftheitair the fad that it restores the organs to their natural vigor It encourages and promotes the secre Â¬ tions of the hair follicles and thus gray or faded hair regains its original coior near grtrann begins and lost lus Â¬ tre is restored V I have nied halr-tro-dud- ng When is indicated by its condition the natural secretions decrease when the hair becomes dry splits at the ends and comes out in combing when the gloss disappears and the hair be Â¬ comes gray or faded the ill health of The success of the hair is Indicated AVERS HAIR VIGOR is due to Mr Sam Pike is seriously ill with dropsy The wheat harvest in this county was greater than wan over known Paynesville can now boast of having the best jeweler in the county Mr Betgham A great many went from here Satnr day to Irvington to hear Rev Sam Jones Ben Rowley and Albert Ashcraft were in the country last woek buying cattle and sheep Mr Lon Richardson Brandenburg was the guest of Miss Mattie Young last Sunday Dr Burchs family have come home from Brandenburg to spend tho summer months Miss Agnes Norris Is now visiting her winsome cousins Misses Loma and Leo A Broken Sword Is more easily mended than a broken price Wc began a few weeks ago to cut the prices of goods on our shelves so as to turn them into cash Wc find that m l I Jiyers her Shircllffe Woodland Will Arnold is still making weokly visits to see his Paynesville girl She says he is non explosive that ho wont pop Thomas Brown camo down from Lou isville Thursday with his large monthly stock of goods and now he says Come all yo who are lightly laden We Must g Still Cut Prices 4 To carry out our plans this in mind nospririg or summer goods on our shelves for ncxteason Bear We will keep We will sell nil suclist at cost or less 1 Â¬ Our old friend Henry Whelan who has been attending Draughons Business College Nashville Btopped for a few minutes in town last Thursday for fifteen rears It cantos One of our young lassies Is the proud the balrtoVeepllts natural colorand li a positive cure recipient of a letter from her gallant TB for baldness knight Joe Board who Is now stationed WEYANT Wejrant Pa with his company of Maine avengers at Tampa Fla All the pupils have at last arrived BEWLEYVILLE home from school and all of them send up a grand chorus of praise for Mr Bur- Â¬ Ernest Hardaway and family left for ton bis school and the town of Branden home last Tuesday burg as a whole Mr and Mrs E L Smith attended services here Sunday A Sadden Attack W II Cain Sr spent last week in I was suddenly broken down with Hardin county on business kidney and liver troubles and for two Thos Cain protected the forsaken months I was in a very low condition orphans Saturday evening and received little benefit from medi- Â¬ The Sunday school lessons changed cines One day I made up my mind to Sunday to the Old Testment try Hoods Sarsaparilla and after taking a few bottles I was able to ride out I Mrs John Stlth and daughter Ellen Ulysses E Comiton am now well are guests of Mrs M P Payne Buchanan Ky Clifford Payne and sister Miss Flor- Â¬ ence are guests of cousins near bv Hoods Pills are the favorite family Miss Nellie Stlth of Ekron is visitsng catbaric Easy to take and easy to op- Â¬ Misses Willa and Ernestine Drury erate 25c Miss Kate Stlth of the Masonic Home of Louisville is visiting relatives here May Take Charge Mrs Eliza Jolly of Hardinsburg is O E Keith went over to Cloverport vibiting her daughter Mrs W J Pig Saturday returning Monday evening gott His father who runs a marble shop at Mr and Mrs Sam Pate are guests of Cloverport is in very bad health and Mrs Patos parents Mr and Mrs M P the probability is that Clarence will go over in a few weeks to take charge of his Payne I haye heard it stated that Moorman business Grayson Gazette Hardaway is at home hayont seen him though Mrs Bettle Whitehead has been in tills community and at Irvington for several days mM Vigor IpHpa Heres Your Opportunity Everybody loves a bargain If you can getan article a cent or two cheaper than ordinarily you feel that you have earned that much You will have plenty of chance to save money and thus earn it by Â¬ r Buying Your Goods at- JACOB MEYER BIG SPRING KY ADDISON DICKS Â¬ THE INFLUENCE Mr and Mrs Mrs T II Hardaway were conspicuous for their absence Sun day morning Its fried chicken and ico cream plenty of wheat and hay and corn growing beautifully and no body much ailing and we are all serene Misses Lena Drury and Blanche Jolly Phillip and Roy Cain Overton Blanford and Hugh Hardaway sang with the Irvington choir Sam Jones day Rov B F Walton aud wife attended the Sam Jones meeting and visited around some Bro Walton filled bis appointment here Sunday at 11 oclock BroCundifTand wife attended services in our Methodist church Sunday morn- Â¬ ing This was quite a pleasure to us all for they are well beloved and a visit from them is something to be appreciat- Â¬ ed Miss Nell Moorman and Mary Peyton and Will Robertson are guests of the Blanford young folks They came up from Glondeane to attend the Sam Jones meeting and stayed to make a short visit A good man turned out of the beaten road twice last Saturday to keep from dusting folks behind In both cases the fellows drove by him leaving him in a cloud of dust He ought to get there and stay there oughtnt he 7 Sam Jones says he knows good singing when he hears it and that the folks at Irvington could sing He spoke of how well be was pleased with the songs several times There were many who were likewise delighted and this scribe is ready to shake hands with any and all who appreciated it TRADE JOURNAL ISSUED- IN THE INTEREST OP OUR PATRONS ADDISON KENTUCKY Advice to Young Men NO 5 VOL 1 Bring Your Produce to Addison Dick Â¬ Best prices paid for everything you raise for the market Most liberal inducements offered for trade Addison Dick ADDISON Wheat threshing is now on and it is always a large item of expense to buy provisions for extra harvest bands If you buy your groceries from Addison it Dick however the burden of expense is made lighter because the margin of profl made by them on groceries is so close aa to make it a matter of profit to trade to help young men and women too for there that matter to get married they hayo Have you ever realized that sell cut prices on everything necessary to cheap sell a heap is another way ot housekeeping so low that no one can expressing our business motto Quick Young plead expense as an excuse sales and small profits got married and man take our advice Addison Dick for bargains do your trading at Addison Dicks No membor of tlie male sex is fully a man until he is married It is a patriotic duty that every man owes his coun- Â¬ try and humanity to get married One reason that most young men do not get married is the expense attached to it Now Addison Dick appreciate this and Â¬ KY Mosquito Bars Screens to keep out the Hies itmikifHiiumuumimtiiuiiiWHiuiHiiiuaiiuiutiiimiMiiiimuiintiiiiiiiiiiiiiUiiitiiiuiiiHiuiHit I LOCAL NEWS In warm weather keep cool Fans Light Fabrics for hot weather garments Parasols Negligee Shirts NIIIIUUUllrilllMNUillUiMlllimilllllllHtUtMllHMIimHHHtlIIIHIllWltll4IJIUIUUllUnUniimtlli3 Addison ice cream 4 Dick sell parasols fans and freeiere He Sampson is our kind ot people knocks Spanish warships to pieces in the same fashion that we bombard high prices And all other accessories to your comfort during warm weather If you want anything to promote your happiness and welfare do not forget to goto ADDISON DICKS ADDISON KY MOTHERS FRIEND Â¬ wws4e NATURE Expresses Preference by Creating a Red White and Blue Bug Even nature is becoming patriotic and is showing her preferences in the present war The other day little Frank Moorman while engaged in play spied a peculiarly marked bug creeping on the ground He picked it up aud upon examination the bug waa found to be ornamented with thliteen red white and blue stripes It was an entirely new species and when placed beside a bug that was marked with yellow streaks the Spanish colors Jt developed consid erable pugnacity Â¬ Â¬ pares the system that Childbirth is made easy anu tnc time ot recovery short- Â¬ ened many say stronger after than before confinement It in- Â¬ sures safety to life of both moth Â¬ er and child All who have used Mothers Frlead say they will never be without it again No other remedy robs confinement of its pain Â¬ Patriotic Colors The BRKCKBNBIDOK Nkws came out 3entby express on receiptor price IL00 IKU this week in patriotic colore A large 2SnLliM W w BXMSTANT MOTH flag printed In national colors graced the flailed free upon application containing valuable Information ana loluoUry tatUmoaUlf first page backed up by neatly displayed THt MiADriELD RISULATOR CO ATLANTA adv Graysqa GasUe mio ar au eauaisTa A cuitomer whois wife used Mother Friend mm that If ibo bad to go through tha ortltil roln aid there were but four bottlei to be obtained and the coat 110000 per bottle be would hare them QtoHYTOMDijtonOblo Sam Jones tho great preacher cer tainly has a personality all his own His unique cutting stjle of diecourse is well calculated to catch the ear and sin and evil he surely depicts in all their hide ousness We thought him hard and rough often but he is certainly success ful and now we feel to keep bauds off for we would not forbid him in any good even though he follow not our way Whiskey drinking needs rough handling ana men who vote its tolerance noed rougher Thidk of it soberly all of you a boy in his teens reeling from side to aide on his horse with a big bottle in his pocket that be passes round occasionally and now and then falls offls a sight that Some Idea of the circulation of tho to my eyes surpasses death Bbkckekbidok News can be ualned from tho fact that the total weight of the papers sent through the mail Isst week Of this 134 aggregated 325 pounds pounds were circulated within Drecken Â¬ ridge county and 135 pounds to outside points The balance represented the city circulation and local post office dis-Â¬ tribution ADDISON cVDICK ADDISON KENTUCKY fHHV npn vtattirt a roS jaJJaf 4 JUNE -- SREGIALS-4 VJJL 1 connection at Ir with trains to and ia rorUKiiic Branca lor Can between Lonli UhMBBBBBBBBBBHUl -ion unljr direct line luruer uionnauoa opa fept Sunday yykji flH KT JL JL J sv - aP Jot CaXawl 198 50 nice Size Tow 5c 75 pas Lawns OrganÂ¬ 10c 25 pairs Hartshorn shades com Â¬ plete with fixtures Worth double the priee window 100 G 3c pes Lawns an Worth 5 alios Come quiek wont last II Linen Suits good made thing for hot weather 34 to 43 - dies Crepe Mulls were sold at 10c and 15o as long as they last at above price long u m II Is cjnlcalr absorbed M Apply Into tl j noeiris eta at Drnss lets ct by mall aampfet 10c by suit T SKOTUJUtg M Wan at U- York CUV XLVB CREAM BALK la anoeltlreenre N Watch nri all nnnntrv nroduoe ac hlchat market Dric vvnni vtftfa nhtnV-AnQo Yeakel So Go Brandenburg Ky Speoiala from time to tima for our - f l ftT t -- Ts-rar THE Breckenridge News 0 1808 BRELOKLKNRI13QE NRWS OLOYHRPORT KY ttian do victories of ills own Even as tho parent ro llves hi tho life of his child bo do wo who teach leel that we too are existing in tho success or failure And we tld of those whom we instruct exist if sympathy good wishes and prayers can unite existences in this world A CHATTY BLOODY ODDS AND ENDS Of the population of Spain more 50000 aro gypsies WEDNESDAY JULY than FIFTEEN YEARS A BuJitorcr wltk Lano llack LETTER Â¬ HOSTILITIES That Have Occurcd Century Turkey llns Experienced Tlilrtysev en Years of War In rSSf iV I lit Q Babbage g 1 Which Oats Host Bread European nations vary very greatly In That Covers a Variety of Timeo bread The great Â¬ ly Topics est flour eater in the world is the frenchman who consumes nearly two pounds a day or 705 pounds a year n a Bright and Interesting Manner This enormous quantity compared with the seeming niggardly 55 pounds a year Indiana July 5 1893 Deab News eaten by the Scandinavian marks the It has been three weeks since Ive laid inlluonco ot climatic conditions on food oyes on you and llku unto a letter from home would I value you Hows This Today brings me a hunch of letters Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Howard Jor any caso of Catarrh that can not bo which have been forwarded from one ofllco to another till they catch me a cured by Halls Catarrh Curo Hoosler for the time being F J CHENEY CO Props TolodoO How welcome are letters from ones V Wo the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the Jast fifteen years and be- Â¬ native county when not one familiar face lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus- is near I Anl this mall brings mo announce- Â¬ iness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their ment that the Glorious Fourth will bo a special edition If you spread your- Â¬ firm West Truax Wholesale Druggist Tolo self as you did sometime ago in the Marvin Illustrated edition your subscribers cer- Â¬ Walding Kinnan dbysQ tainly ought to feel that you feast them WholeMlaprugglsta Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal Â¬ as does no other county paper A week ago I met in Bowling Greon ly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces oftho system Trice Ky a talented lady who seemed so well informed about Breckenridge county 76c per bottle Sold bydl Drugginta that I asked if she formerly lived there Testlmonialsjreo She replied No but I saw a copy of the TVAS QUMPTION Biieckkkiudok News a short time ago Â¬ Knowledge that Aided and its illustrations and descriptions in And Expert terested me very much This Han When we are doing our best we help not only ourselves but our neighbor- Â¬ From the Youthi Companion hoods and counties as well Let your A North Carolina hill top on which a good work go on Bro Babbage and old fine houso had been built proved to have Breckenridge already favorably knonn such an attraction for lightning that the will attract more and more attention owner in fear of his life moved out at If it were possible for us to inhabit and let the place go to ruin A last tho sun itself I dont suppose wed be Pittsburg man read the newspaper stories particularly dazzled by its brightness of the lightning haunted hill medita We should take it as a matter of natural ted a while finally bought the place for and usual occurrence and quo would little or nothing and in less than six say This is a very bright world wo weeks located an almost inexhaustible However once away and wed live in iron mine For 12 years it has annually look upon it as the best of all light So yielded iron enough to pay for the whole it is in other matters Separate us from plant four times oyer which the pur- Â¬ reason- Â¬ home and home becomes the dearest of chaser probably considers only a all places homes people the best poo- able reward for the exercise of the gift ple homes hospitality tho best hospi- Â¬ 1l nann j jT WI11CU luutecn uau bui and Kentucky in particular tality This is not becomes Gods country An Enterprising Druggist awake mere sontiment of a homesick boy but There are few men more wide Haynes the conclusion reached after careful and enterprising than Short the best of comparisons and repeated experiences who spare no pains to securo This time a summer term of school everything in their line for their many the valuable holds me in bur sister state but here is customers They now have agency for Dr Kings New Discovery for a piece of folly on the part of our public Consumption Coughs and Colds This school teachers Rushing off to other is a wonderful remedy that is producing states we find schools less suited to our Â¬ such a furor all over the country by its wants than are the home ones Indi many startling cures It absolutely cures anas schools must adjust themselves to Asthma Brouchitis Hoarseness and all the requirements of her Public School affections of the Throat Chest and System consequently what we get is Lungs Call at above drug store and get gc od but it is not what we wantneed a frn hnttln frpn nr il rpmilftr sizo for 50 and must have to succeed in our own ifclteeJSfnJMind 1 Guaranteed to cure or work I have left Kentucky my last time Our Statu College is too good for price reiuuueo us to negloct it by leaving the state Of SPLENDID SENTIMENT Independent Normals Bowling Green Expressed by a Breckenridge Soldier has tho best I havo over entered and Im acquainted with the largest oues of Boy the United States John C Willis is the best man the The following letter was received by United States has in Independent Nor the Rev Mr Rutledge of this city from mal work Tuis year he does Institute i Mr H DeHaven Moorman who is now work in Kentucky Ohio and Pennsyl with the volunteer army at Chicamagua vania Until in September his services Bowling Gkeen Ky Juno 20 1808 are engaged lie refused thirty odd in- Â¬ Rev W B Rotlkdqk I came to this stitutes that wore offered him What town this morning after a stay of three othor man has such record Most of days in Morgantown with tlio recruiting them make thirty odd applications for officers to get more men for the Third the work and fail to get the biggest part Kentucky Regiment I am now one of of it He ought to be our next State Uncle Sams boys I belong to several Superintendent of Public Instruction people 1st to my God 2nd to my but Ids well it seems politics doesnt country 3rd to my state 4th to my mako any difference in Kentucky any parents 5tb to myself If I come back more just so ono is a Republican well all will be well but if I have to Jie to Lets learn to I am going to die game They say that home and home value and patronize institutions f we are going to have some actual service A few weeks ago I was in Bullitt now in a short while I hope that it county and let me say for Prof Hancock may be so I will leave here for Ohio to Cloverport this fall ho amagua Wednesday at 555 oclock who comes you know I have certainly has a host of friends who are Then corata the fun praiso of his work Supt already come in contact with some hard hearty in their W Jeff Lee of Bullitt says Cloverport tack that the boys had along I like it has done herself handsome Heres sure enough I will write you again am congratulations to our metropolis and when I find out what company I the beBt of wishes for a pleasant year for Yours as over going in etc a fellow worker in educations cause H DbHavkh Moorman I learn that one of my boys Robert When Yon Take Tour Vacation Moorman of Glendeano has tho ap- Â¬ the most necessary article to have with pointment to the State College Proud you after your pocket book is a bottle Breckenridge can grow prouder still of Foleys Colic Cure It is an absolute when such sons are going to the front prevention or cure of all derangements Her name will be safe in his keeping of the bowels caused by a change of wat Â¬ and intellectually our county is in tho er You are likely to need it A R front of the procession Haynes The teacher next to the parent is Fisher Oloverport Gordon Patesville R A Shellmnn Stephens most deeply concerned about our child- Â¬ ren their success means more to him port E A Witt Hardlneburg their consumption the I9li Mexico has an area oi 75100 square miles or nearly onn fourth that of tho United States Will Act as Â¬ Another of my boys is gone this one to battle for his country to lift downtrodden Cuba to chastise Spain Henry Moorman Jr son of W R Moorman entered Undo Sams service at Mor gantown Beneath his soldiers uniform is as manly heart as the American arm His friends need not fear ies contain for his loyalty bravery or success In war No Hobson is capable of brayer acts than is Honry Moorman I was particularly impressed with tho solemn- Â¬ ity with which he took tho oath on en- Â¬ listing Too few realize tho meaning of oaths and they aro taken as lightly and carelessly as is some amusing jest If tho great Samuel J Tllden felt ho could not cast his vote with covered head how much should we feel the importanco of a promise with au appeal to tho great Master of the Universe Hoping to get tho News this week and every week and wishing the best of everything for Breckenridge people and I am all Kentucky friends Struqolinci Student Â¬ Administrator I 1 4113 nn u tin uuui ilia A 1 Tho Japanese have a custom of cele brating the blooming of fruit trees by a general holiday Â¬ Snap Shots With a Graphophone The Graphophono is to tho car what the photographic camera is to the eye and more for the Graphophone catches instantly and preserves every tint and shade of sound A most interesting use of a graphoplione is to make records of your friends voices to be preserved for future use You can catch the story of your lolly friend just as ho told it or tho favorite song of some loyed one just as she Bang it and have it reproduced per- Â¬ fectly at any time and as often as you pk aso Besides the graphophono affords wonderful entertainment in the way of reproducing the music of bands orchestras or vocal or instrumental soloists No investment will return so much in pleasure as the purchaso of a grapho pono It is the perfect talking machine Write for Catalogue No 30 to the Co- Â¬ lumbia Phonograph Company No DID Washington D O Pennsylvania Ave Â¬ Â¬ iri AN INCIDENT That Is Characteristic of Wars Tragic Side 1 i r V Â¬ Â¬ Ii V V The headlines in tho morning papers recounting the daring dash of the rough riders furnished an interesting theme for tho passengers on a Cambridge car which left Harvard square at 10 oclock yesterday morning via the subway says the Boston Globe Two men boarded the car near Cam bridge City Hall the elder quickly buy- Â¬ ing a morning Globe to get the news His eyes had scarcely scanned the first page beforo an agonized groan was heard and the next instant he said My God my boy is dead I told him not to go but he was bound to go to the front The mans companion pulled tho bell and after the car came to a full stop he helped tho heartbroken parent from the car Ho was deathly pale and tottered rather than walked assisted by his companion The mans name could not be learned but some ono had heard him talking about reaching town only yesterday and also commenting on the class day exer Â¬ cises at Harvard so it was taken for granted that his sou must have been a Harvard man It was a touching scene and furnished the pabsongers with a realizttion of what war means to many n saddened heart Â¬ 1 Â¬ An army physician says ho has discov Â¬ ered that pure olive oil taken internally While the forces of tlio nineteen century have been expended in producing will cure enteric fever Bointi of tlio greatest miracles of progress The desert of Sahara is as largo as all which tlio world has ever known it ap- Â¬ that portion of the United States lying pears that the sword even more than West of tho Mississippi the olive branch have been dominant at times within tlio past one hundred During the past three years the num Â¬ years in the affairs of almost every na- Â¬ aland has ber of sheep raised in New tion on tho globe from 50000000 to 13000000 Scanning the worlds retrospect hur- Â¬ fallen riedly wo find that since tho nineteenth A novel and blmple curo for thojietul century commenced Turkey has experacho Is announced It is for the Buffer ienced thlrty soveii years of war This er to walk backwards for about ten minrecord entitles Turkey to the distinction utes of heading the list of nations which have been engagod in tho bloody traffic of South Dakota Is third in the list of hostilities but while the credit thus gold producing states Tho aggregate of pointed out belongs to this pagan and gold produced in the state last jear was semi civilized power it is interesting 5829576 to observe that Christian powers have not lagged far behind in the matter of Fusil was the old name for tho flint waging long and bitter struggles Next lock to distinguish it from the match to Turkey comes Spain with thirty one lock and fuslleers were thosi who car- Â¬ years of war to her credit next France ried fusils with twenty seven years of war to her credit and next RuBsia with twenty At Gonoatoa in tho South seas every four years of war to her credit In order man woman or child on that island who the bloody records of tho various other does not go to church at least three times leading powers are as follows Italy a week is liable to be arrested and e twenty three years Great Britain fined years Austria Hungary seventeen years Germany thirteen years The new law adopted in Italy requires Portugal twelve years tho United that every employer shall at his own States eleven years Sweden ten years cost provide for his workmen compensa and Denmark nino years tion for all accidents the consequences With respect to the eleven yoars of war of whicli lasts more than five days placed to the credit of tho Uuited States A lenuslvanin woman lias invented a it may not bo amiss to go somewhat into details In the war of 1S12 nearly dustpan which is designed to fit the door- Â¬ threo years were consumed in tlio war way to take up tho dirt as it is swept with Mexico fully three years were con- Â¬ over the Rill tho pan telescoping near sumed and in tho late war between tho the center so it can bo extended to lit States four years were consumed When any door the comparatively briof periods of time How to Look Good consumed by various minor wars are added to tho foregoing figures the sum Good looks are really more than skin of elevon full years is obtained But be- Â¬ deep depending entirely on a healthy fore the remaining two years of tho cen- condition of all tho vital organs If the tury expire it is moro than likely that liver is inactive you havo a bilious look this countrys war record will be consid- if your stomach is disordered you have erably increased a dyspeptic look if your kidneys aro af- Â¬ Thus it appears that whilo tho nine- Â¬ fected you havo a pinched look Secure teenth century has been devoted largely good health and you will surely have to the ends of progress in tlio lines of good looks Electric Bitters is a good science industry and commerce it has Alterative and Tonic Acts directly on not been without its frequent singuinary the stomach liver and kidneys purifies chapters the blood cures pimples blotches aud boils and gives a good complexion S O P Jones Milesburg Pa writes Every bottle guaranteed Sold at Short I have used DeWitts Little Early Haynes Drug Store 50 cents per Risers ever since they were introduced bottle here and must say I havo never used any pills in my family during forty years of YEAR 1809 house keeping that gave such satisfactory Short Produced Many Illustrious Hen In all results as a laxative or cathartic Haynes Â¬ Â¬ twen-tj-onÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Assignee Etc Twenty Years Ex I peri en ce flRlA GlBBS ISM Frcdonto N Y June Dr M M Fenheii Dear Srt I most cheerfully recommend your Kidney and Backacho Cure for what it has done for mo I havo been a sufferer for fifteen yean with lame back and kidney trouble Some Â¬ time my back has been so bad I could hard Â¬ ly straighten up for a month at a tlmo I would be taken with a stitch In tho back that would last from throo days to a month The doctors could give mo no relief Ono physi Â¬ cian said I hud strained my back and there was no cure for It Two yoars uro I Rot six bottles of your Kidney and ltnckiicho Curo and ono bottlo of your Blood and Liver Uemcdy and Nervo Tonic Belief began at once and continued unlnteruptcdly to a perfect curo i Settling 1 Estates-r- -- I All Legal Matters I Given Prompt i Attention g SXjXSi O MARTIN Prescription Pharmacist Neirt door above Payne Coi Cloverport OHARLES BANK or HARDIHSBTOG B F BEAltD President WILL MILLElt Vicp 1resident M II BEAltD Cast irr A UIQ MOQUL Santa Fe Road to Have the Largest Engine Material has been ordered by the Santa Fe for the largest locomotive ever built The engine has been designed for mountian climbing and it is said that the big Play engines and those built for tho Santa Fe by the Dickson Locomotive works will be but playthings when com pared with this giant locomotive Tlio engine will bo built by the loco motive department of the Santa Fe shop in Topeka Kans Among its features will bo a boiler built of one inch boiler etjol and cylinders whoso dimensions will be 12 by 32 inches It will htvu no pops as they will not bo required No fireman living would l e able to build a fire that would create enough steam to burst the boiler of this mogul The en- Â¬ gine will have ten drivers and it is esti mated that it will be able to haul a third larger load than any engine tiie Santa Fe now has It is not known just when this great Â¬ est of moguls will he completed as the material for its construction lias just been ordered but it will not bo until sometime lato in the summer or early in the fall Â¬ Â¬ QW BEAKD 1 V MORRIS KSKRIDOK It M JOLLY INTEREST Safety - Director J PAID ON TIM DEPOSITS Comfort Louisville and Evunilli Packet Line Fait Mall Line Between Louisville and Evansville STEAMERS E F M G EAGON W A Bishop Parier Kjan Matter TARASCON DL Penny Matter L T Cooner Parser TELL CITSV R II Ballard Master W B Newbell Parser P D STAGGS Dally except Saturday between Louisville and New Amsterdam The Cuban question and political issues Freight shipped by this line delivered quick Â¬ sink into insignificance with tlio man er than by rail who sutlers from piles What he most Travelers will find the steamers are unsur Â¬ deeiren is relief DoWitte Witch Hazel passed In equipment and arcommodatlons Salve cures piles Short Sc Haynes The best culinary are employed as cooks and ho menu Is equal to that of tho boat hotels General offices 176 and 17S 4th Avenuo Lands J HLHunsclie ENOR10US EXPORTS Uncle Sam Fed The Year World This S E Parker Sharon Wis writes I have tried DeWitts Witch Hazil Salve for itching piles and it al ways Btops them in two minutes I consider DeWitts Witcli Hazel Salve the greatest pile cure on tho market Short Haynes Im not going The Widows Hint to visit that widow again Why not Whenever I went there sho was reading a novel called Put Yourself in His Place yet relief is obtained in half that time by tiie use of Ono Minuto Cougli Cure It prevents consumption and quickly cures colds croup bronchitis pneumonia lagrippe and all throat and lung troubles Short Haynes One Minute is not long The enormous proportions of the agricultural exports of the United States are shown in the fact that they already in the present fiscal year have reached the amount of 720000000 in value In the whole of tho previous year tho sum As there are attained was G83000000 two months of trade this year yet to be taken into account it is estimated that the full valuation will bo 850000000 This is 300000000 larger than the ex Â¬ ports of 1800 aud it is about 71 per cent of tho total exports of the country The wealth of tho nation for its exports is chiefly fctill in its agriculture and though we aro congratulating ourselves that the balance of trade is so much in our favor there is evidently abundant room to increaao it in manufactured ar- Â¬ ticles Our achievement in the ono is heavily out of proportion to that in the other Attention Old Soldiers A The manufacturers have instructed R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Haynes PatesStephensport Gordon ville E A Witt Hardlusburg to give a Lottie of 25c size of Foleys Colic Cure free to the first soldier of the clyil war that applies for same It is the great remedy for Chronic Diarrhoea Cramp Colic and all Bowel complaints Gladstones death takes away the last of the wonderful group of mon born in the year 1800 who were famous in many countries and all parts of tho civilized world At least one very distinguished British naval officer survives the rest of tlio famous sons of 1809 but Admiral Keppel cannot be ranked with such men as Gladstone Lincoln Darwin who was born on Lincolns birthday Mendel sson and Chopin Tennyson and Oliver Wendell Holmes Add to these names famous in states Â¬ manship literature music science and maritimo war the German Gen von Manteufiel to represent military power and glory and tlio year 1809 is given a unique placo in history Its children hold such a position in tho progress and greatness of the century that without thorn the annals of the age would be very different In fact the men of 1800 could not be dropped from tho worlds record of achievement in all times with- Â¬ out making voids that would bo felt wherever civilisation exists Think what a group Lincoln and Gladstone Tennyson and Holmes Chopin and Mendelssohn Darwin Keppel and Von Manteufiel would make to day if all of them could have reached tho British Admirals age It would be a wonderful representation of the best fruits of a cen- Â¬ turys greatness if ttiere were no limit as to a birtli year And all were born in 1809 It is one of the most curious facts in history Â¬ 1 The TAILOR with Loatsvlllo D L PENNY WW A BITE Pres Supt O V Williams T P Ownnsboro Kv Will be in Clover- Â¬ port on the 2d and 4th The Best WarNews Friday of every month The Louisville Counerjournal now publishing la Casper May Send me Co IND CANNELTON u3 And I will Send you packed in a plain box one gallon 250 J5 Old Goon Hollow the fullifct most accurate and most reliable war news of any paper in the South or Wtst It Is dc voting all its energies to mating a reputation for its war reports and is certainly succeeding admira Â¬ bly The Courier Journal has subordinated all other issues to that ot the war lohtlcs money civil service the U rill ill are out of it now The war Is the one topic discussed by the people and they want the news of it fresh and accurate The Courier Journal reiliztrs ths and is supplying tha demand as no other paper can do The Twiceaweek Courier Journ il prints the cream of the daily news It is issued Wednesday and Saturday The price lus recently btun cut from t to 50 cents a ear making unquestionably the cheapest us well us the best pJper published any win re You get ioj six or eight page papers for 50 cents Ity a special arrangement the Twiceaweek Courier Journal and the HrecLenndge News will be sent one ear for only 25 Subscriptions under this otltr must be cash and must myariably be tent to the Hreckenrldge News Cloverport Ky Whisky None Purer None Finer SIMON Second l N and Main JONES Louisville niifhrfi r Louis rticwJnru vc4st jfOMftOKrir fiait3flfj riHKsr rttwtnir luaitfi irtwKiTif rriv iiintiBnn null utlirrru aiv itu KelobeereHiJ Htt IfUU tat 4i4hjlr fciauHuiliVna bcxiz0 TiCfifct jRKIlKriNOcBdaUUJtTHANd t I rtOKNAL It r Limn TS eXsSSScK iMt lam B f I Kvilifjr tl i jJ Im Out t J Ll tfJi ul rotitlMasal W mmr lvrrJ i nJlaloriaATKOkUrilATL--ILj -- lAnlrWf arlwiiJ ra rftt fchtf cb y ntlr I U pmul ttvm lh ftbSlV tkU4uUfttV4roaa4bgr4ar tg ui hj Mill minaittr irwi tturnauwtakBH J harnalS rtuHbJ fnftifci tliSrf rtaiMLr and tojbtvthaia 1tn ainilui 3 ii u It I t t Were Out For the Stuff Like the balance of the world we want money and jrak nqbonee about saying so We have a Klondike urn imiruau umu Hau IRinz I the way of things you need about the ties that will force of his profession friends here vV jkbWJt7 success Farm Implements Spray Pumps Machinery Oil Tank Pumps Mowing Machines 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 FE Wheat Drills The Famous Meyer Pump Road Wagons gP MS hbSSSS1 I Hay Rakes Lowest EstiP DILLON Manager 1 Â¬ Surreys i Plows for DO YOU WANT A BUGGY mates Furnished on all Machinery ARE YOU OUT FOR THE STUFF If you are save money by doing your trading with We have the noted Anohor Brand that are as tough aa an American battleship We have all kinds of Fall Trade B R BEARD DILLON CO Hardinsburg Ky f ii iiuiVIJUWlW THE BREOKaNRIEXMa NEWS Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 0 1808 US OLOYEUSUPORT KY B J FARM NOTES crops BIG SPRING Jonea and family are in Hen Â¬ derson for a short atay Morris Jacob visited Hardin and Gray eon Springs last week John Morris is visiting his sister Mrs Melville EskridRe of Owensboro Jess llorroll of Cecilia was here last Sunday the guest of Miss Daisy Meador T J Robinson of Vine Grovo is hero working on B S Clarksons barn and silo G D Grainger of Gallitin Tenu was the guest of Dr Strotber last Fri Â¬ day Miss Irene Board of Hardinsdurg is thegueBtof Miss Zsltna fitrother this week Mrs L E Woodring of Sweet Springs Mo is here visiting her son W II Doran Master Raymond Brashear of Owens boro is here visiting his aunt Mrs Jess Clarkson Mr Arthur Kasey and Miss Mayme Barnetto of Owensboro were here last week visiting relatives Rev Walton and his daughter Miss Ora have returned home after a visit to relatives at Glasgow Ky Samuel Jacobs of Louisville was down last week to see Mrs Meyer who was very ill for a few days Jess Clarkson cut last week In flvo days 200 acres of wheat with two bind- Â¬ ers how is that for reaping Miss Gennio Vie Craycroft has return Â¬ ed from Bethlehem College where she received the gold medal for being moBt proficient in bookkeeping Misses Mary Taylor Virgil Rhodes Lillian Rhodes Mabel Hardin and Fanny lusey Phillips of Brandenburg who are visiting Mrs Bud Shacklette near here were in town Saturday afternoon Mr Arthur Kasey preached hero at Methodist church last Sunday Arthur was born and lived here until eight or ten years ago since then he has been He has lately living in Owensboro graduated from Vanderbullt Training School nt Elkton Ky He expects to enter Vanderbuilt this fall E AV Â¬ Late to bed and early to rise prepares Early a man for als home in the skies to bed and a Little Early Riser the pill that makes life longer and better and wiser Short Haynes BOLDFIQHTERS Insurgents Able to Take Care of Themselves From the Chicjgo Tribune accent AU druggists Prepared by J Hood fcOo Lowell Mass Tbe oaly nil to take wlUi Iioodi SarsaparllU At first the fighting capacity of tho Cuban insurgents was overrated At present tho tendency seems to be to underrate it and to assure that there are only a handful of them and that they are not much better than bushwhackers The truth lies between those extremes The insurgents have carried on an ex Â¬ clusively guerrilla warfare but they have carried it on so effectively that large Spanish armies commanded by generals of fair military capacity have been unable to subdue them The area of Cuba is less than four fifths that of Illinois The Inability of the Spanifli generals witli 200000 men to put down the ineurrt ction within such narrow confines is good evidence that the insurgent amount to something It is certain that if tho United States were to set out to conquer Cuba fighting botli the Spaniards and insurgents it would ment at Hickory church Ohio county The Man In His Home And it a far more difficult task than it The seclusion of a home gives to a Sunday has on hunds now when Its armies will W S Ashby of Highland Nursery have the help of the Insurgents In fight Â¬ man a certain freedom and attendant privileges which no other placo in the has a young calf which was born with- Â¬ ing Hie Spaniards world affords and it is right that it out any tail should writes Edward Bok of The Miss Rosa Nichols of Cauey creek haB About It There Is No Man in His Home in the July Ladies been visiting a couple of weeks among No question indeed with those who Home Journal But It is not right have used it but that Foloys Kidney that this freedom and those privileges relatives here If Uncle Sam has money to throw at Cure is absolutely reliable for all Kidney should be abused to the disadvantage of and Bladder diseases A It Fisher the wife Too many men seem to havo birds what the use of this interest bear- Â¬ Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens the idea that they can drop into constant ing bond issue port Gordon A Haynes latesville E dlsccntolate and churlish moods at home Wheat is mostly stacked and a thrash Â¬ A Witt Hardlnsburg ing machine is what the farmer wants to with their wives which in any other place or by any other person would not see come around WILL GRIND CORN Farmers are about through laying by be tolerated It in when a man is with- Â¬ in the walls of home that he Is himself their corn which is n great relief to tho Important Addition to Cloverports Milling Then It is that ho Bhould be at his beat poor horse which hai had to work upon Plant When a man gives the best that is with Â¬ limited rations in him to those that is closest to him Some Bneak got into Mrs liiggs house Oelze Bros tho local millers have his home will be tho ideal place that he during her absence Wednesday and eat contracted with manufacturers to place wishes it to No man has a right to all the cooked victuals This is not the a corn machine in their plant thus expect of his wife what he on his part I first time this hasoccured while she was making it a complete mill in every sense does not glvo her If ho wants her absent from home The new machine will be installed in a sympathy ho must give her his consider- - f few days and will a have capacity of 20 ation If a man lacks the element of Bucklens Arnica Salve bushels of corn meal per hour This ad consideration he should cultivate it and Tjik Rkst Salvk in the world for Cuts dition will be very much appreciated by cultivate it not for the benefit of his Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe the patrons of the mill and will enhanco friends but for thoso in and of ids home ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil its prosperity Consideration should begin at homo blalus Corns and all Skin Eruptions not in the homes of friends as it so oftou and postlvely cures Tiles or no pay re Â¬ One M inute Cough Cure is the best does ends there too The atmosphere quired It is guaranteed to give perfect preparation I have ever sold or used and wbich a man creates in his home by eatisfaction or money refunded Price I cant say to much in praise LM Kennon Merchant Odell Ga Short A example becomes the rule by which his 25 cents per box For sale by Short children live Tho husband aud father Haynes Haynes strikes the keynote for right or wrong Shifted the Advantage NEAR AT HAND living Woman he hissed between you and me it shall be a duel to the death Plulllplne Islands are Now Easy of The lady smiled DUKES Access As the challenged party said she I have the choice of weapons Let it Crops are looking better A man can go from Han Francisco be hatpins We have had an abundance of rain says an exchange to tho Philippines in BaflUd the villain threw his cloak ChinU bugs are ruining much of tiie two weeks surrounded by all comforts around him and tied into the gathering corn and many luxuries including ice A darkness Miss Tilia Husk of Daviess county is man that set out from New York to go to Omaha in 1808 would have been ex- Â¬ visiting relatives here Thero will be about a fourth of a crop tremely fortunate if he arrived there in a years time wearing his scalp St Louis of tobacco in this neighborhood was much further away in thoso days Like biliousness dyspepsia headache constiA good many from here attended the than the Philippines are now When pation sotir stomach liidlgestlon aro promptly picnic at Cloverport Saturday cured by Hoods Tills They do their work the Pacific is bridged by Hawaii and the Blackberries are ripening and are a Oarolino Islands the ferry of Manila will delicacy in addition to the table be neither tedious nor difficult In any Gold bugs are silent on the subject of sense Time and the inventive genius of man have changed the question of the present CO cent wheat prosperity m Mies Ethel Wedding of Rome Ind is contiguous In point of time and accessi- Â¬ easily and thoroughly Mb Best after dinner pills 11IC tbe guest of Miss Annie and Lee Mc bility Â¬ Â¬ 1 progressive He takes an Interest In public affairs He knows of tho development of agriculture If there is a wheat or corn famino in any part of tho world he is aware of it and governs his sale and purchases accordingly He is so busy with his own affairs that he has no time for calamity howling Ho knows nothing of the hard faro of city llfo and always has an abundance of tho best food He has an early garden the best varieties of fruit a flock of from one to five hundred good hens The dollars flow into his hands as a result of his en ergy The other type is the slow going He can perhaps sign his name to a mortgage on the old farm to buy machinery or build a now house He cannot however tell how ho Is going to lift that mortgage He reads no paProfitable Management of Sheep pers and plods along from morning until It 1 MILLER OHIO night in his own peculiar way using his Let the ewes drop their first lambs af- brawn altogether and not his brain ter warm weather and grass have come From disuse it becomes deadened and in the soring Grass is tho best milk benumbed and he develops into simply producer and young ewes need it to en Â¬ a working machine A II Janssen able them to nourish their lambs satisAn agricultural implement agent was From tho late weaued lambB 1 factory would renew tho breeding flock for I be- here to see me the other day He was lieve it will be mucli more satisfactory frank enough to admit tnat it was for many reasons to grow ones own through the gross negloct and carelessewes These lambs of course should ness of the majority of farmers that he be of the breed desired in the perman Â¬ and the manufacturers made their living ent flock and for them 1 should uuo a I am sure he spoke the truth In a re- Â¬ mature ram Tho malo lambs of this crop cent trip to a noted slock farm I saw at may be sent to the mutton market at 10 nearly every place farmmachinery stand Â¬ or 12 months of age If merinos they ing out exposed to tho elements We will sell better when shorn than in full farmers are apt to cry down with tho trusts down with the monopolies but if fleeco Whether to breed the ewes for a we should stop and study the strict busi- Â¬ second crop of ewe lambs or not should ness principles on which theso samo be determined by the need of more ewes trusts and monopolies aro run how every Under a well established flock on this portion 1b made to pay to its utmost plan two crops of lambs of this class then apply those business principles to would be required to keep up the num our farm life many families in the rural ber of tho entire flock The second or districts would be better fed clothed and third crop of lambs from any clasB of educated I have noticed that the men who find the most fault with the way in ones 1 should have weaned in March The age at which a ewe should drop which thing are run either town or her first lamb depends somewhat upon county state or nation are the ones who When ignore the first principles of economy in the care she has been given they havo been pushed to rapid matur their own homes W B Hall Huron ity ewes may raise a lamb at two years Co O of age But they should be fed so as to To Prevent Grain Heating In Bin continue to grow during their third and Take two pieces of four inch plank fourth years which they will do after this temporary check If the wool will long enough to extend above tho wheat appoximately pay for their keeping I and two more 0 in wide and the same prefer they should not raise a lamb until length Nail together so as to make a three years old Raising a lamb will re- long tube open at each end Saw out of duce the fleece 20 per cent in weight two sides 0 in from bottom a piece 1 ft and the possible carcass weight about 10 long and nail over this a section of fine per cent Hence a lamb raised beforo wire screening Set this on the floor of the ewe is matured is not entire gain the bin one to every 8 ft square and let With her first lamb at three years of age it extend above the top of the grain a ewe may raise four lambs and be put Then cut through the lining of bin every upon the market herself fat at six years I ft and near the floor holes 4 or 5 in of age square Over theBe nail some of the On the average 100 acre farm 250 or same kind of wire screoning and the 205 sheep ought to be kept besides a granary is ready to be filled I have team and two cows Undei a conserva- been following this plan for 15 years and tive calculation the sales should amount never had any hot grain although 1 to 750 or above for each y ar This thresh from tho shock and sometimes should be practically net income as one too wet to grind Whenever the air in able bodied man can asily provide the the tubes guts tho least bit warm it rises to tho top and this forming a vacum the necessary feed and care for that number This I think will compare not unfavor- Â¬ cold air fron tho outside rushes in and ably with the incomes from average 100 there is always a current of air passing through the grain J W Smiih Har-Â¬ acre farms managed along other lines Not much is to be said In regard to din Co Ky never-do-well Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Burr Knappa Farm Furrows Believe in your task Let the whole family pull together that is the best kind of farm socialism Young farmers who would scorn to raise a scrub calf or n mongrel chicken aro fools enough to take a wife from a worthless family Grapes aro scarce on thorn bushes Strive to be a better farmer than your father or you will novcr be as good In minding your own business ask help of no neighbor Ease is irood for old men hard work for young men but laziness for neither Steady going secures success before spasms of speed Dont plcklo vour sorrows In whisky they only keep tho longer Some men aro like guldeposts good at sending but poor at going Fertilizing a sandy farm is like filling a well with dew You may know just how you want to plow but oven your horses havo plans of their own The profits from a poor farm aro as thin as turnip milk feed We have more to learn In meth ods of feeding than in tho growing of our food products hut wo shall probably do well to imitate our Canadian neighbors In tlio growing of more root and forage Joltings For the Fanner Thcro aro two kinds of farmers at Â¬ tempting to make a living One is the Â¬ A4 J POPULAR GOVERNMENT Dare Mnit Be Kaerclterl Xo Keep Within the Limit of Bafety Tho Declaration of Indopcndonco was an Important event in history not so muoh becauso it was a revolt against tyrannical powor nor oven bocnuso of its assertion of tho oorroot principles whioh nndorlio tho social organization Its ohiof lmportanoo grows out of tho foot that it was followed by tho crea tion of tho American colonlos into a pormanont government having for its oornerstono tho loading foaturos cm braood in tho Declaration of Independ Â¬ ence It is of valuo not so muoh booanso of its expression of a oorroot creed of human rights and oorroot principles of human government but boennso of tho important practical rosnlts by which it was followed Tho signers of thoDoola ration and tho framorsof onrfodoral constitution woro enabled out of tho chaos which followed tho ovorthrow of British powor to establish an eudnrlng government History is fall of Instances whoro other pooplo havo thrown off tho yoko of tho oppressor and attomptod to main- Â¬ tain their liberties by self government but tho history of theso attempts is but a oatalogno of sad failnroa becauso of tho look of virtno in tho pooplo suffi cient to maintain by wiso legislation what thoy havo aohioved by arms Tho oommonwealth of England was soon fol- Â¬ lowed by tho return of Charles II who amid tho plaudits of tho populace was rostored to tho throno of his ancestors Tho pooplo 6f Franco nftor destroying tho royal power and adopting a republic an constitution too soon proved thorn solvos Incapable of maintaining tho su Â¬ premacy of low by popular government Tbe history of somo of tho South Amer Â¬ ican states is an illustration aliko of tho ability of a pooplo to oobiovo their froo dom and of tho incapacity to maintain their liborty by stablo government Conrago is not tho only qualification nec essary in tho maintenanco of a govern ment by tbo people but oouplod with tho boldness to strike for liberty must bo tho virtue to restrain ovon liberty it Â¬ self within constitutional limits Tho government whatovor its form whloh falls to protect tho person and property of tho oitizon must inevitably perish Selected Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jypwLgl fiwUNoeooiaas ErjSkfnfil t A BeauQil 0S W O S Louis and the West I RY Trains lenvo Louisville as follows East St W UAILWAY Cinclnnatl and the No 16 No 1 8 8 ijam s 35am Loulsvllls 2 45pm Cincinnati 645am 1155am 605pm Ar Columbus 1115am J 55pm 1105pm 3 15pm Ar Pittsburg 7 jam 650am ti loam Ar Washington 1 2opm Ar Haltlmore 750am 10 15am Ar Philadelphia 3 40 pm Ar New York iS3onn 555pm 3 oopm Ar lloston 9 05pm Nraln No 16 has elegant Pullman nufTet Parlor and Drawing room Sleeper and Car to Cincinnati dining cars Clncinnstl to Washington Haltlmore Philadelphia and New York without change Train No IS has elegant Pullman Parlor Csr to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No 10 has sleepers to Cincinnati opm at 9 oclock to receive passengers Present FRGB for a few months to nil users of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH Flat Iron Drand To Induce you to try this brand of starchso that you may find out for yourself that all claims for its superiority and economy arc true the makers have had prepared at great expense a series of Â¬ Ir Ar No to 3gH rjflWisAa Bbvi R2H St Louis Springfield and the West GAME PLAQUES 10000 originals by Muville which will be given you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference are free of any suggestion of 8 90pm 12am 8 40pm Ar Springfield 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 13 a m Ar St Louis Lv Louisville No so s 35am No 8 16 Not 7 lS3onn 640pm 3m 44 exact reproductions of the dally Cnarlestown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p m except ounaay Trains Nos 16 to and 44 have elegant day coaches i uiiman parior ana sleeping cars 10 at jjouia From East 7 t am it 15 noon 6 to pm it 15 a m 3 to a m From West 7 tea m tt ij p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office comheatt corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river For di tall Information regarding rates time on connecting linet sleeping parlor dining cars etc address US BIIOWN DitrkvPai Ticket Agent II O S W Ry 4th and Main Louisville Ky General Passenger Agent Cincinnati OB advertising whatever and will ornament the most elegant apartment No manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its customers They are not for sale at any price and con be obtained only in the manner specified The subjects are American Wild Ducks American Pheasant English Quail English Snipe The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life Each Plaque is bordered with a band of gold TRAINS ARIUVE ELASTIC STARCH has been tho standard for 25 years TWENTY TWO MILLION packages of this brand were sold last year Thats how good it is ASK YOUR DEALER to show you the plaques and tell you about Elastic Starch Accept no substitute How To Gel Them AU purchasers of threo 10 cent or Flat Iron Brand aro entitled to rc celro from their grocer ono of these beautiful Game Plaques free Tbo plaques will not be sent by mall They can be obtained only from yonr grocer Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch Do not delay This offer is for a short tlmo only General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio orJMCHESSIlROUGH WAllFEL Assistant Ohio six Scent packages of Elastic Starch Henderson Route Loiumlle Henderson Si Louis Ej No Co Time Card In Effect June 20 97 East Bound Lv St Louis Evansvllle Henderson Spottsville Owenkboro No 41 No 44 46 T gflgSftH -- W EVEVPCRtW- - Dtrrni imrm iw im imrwagiu ThA mifitrnFn it J Motel In thwcltu Ilawesville Cloverport htephensport Irvington Brandenburg Arr Louisville West Bound Louisville Brandenburg Irvington Stephensport Cloverport Ilawesville Owensboro Spottsville Henderson Evansvllle ArrSt Louis Lv 756am 8Mpm 660am 220pm 2 Mam 246 715 310 738 37 328 4 00 818 344 4M 440 917 610 645 603 1007 625 522 1045 12 1235pm 11 6U1 6 21 8 57 745 43 617 7 30 45 No 4I No 730am 8 61 No iSS FIFTY MILLION FLAGS American People liny That Number Br ery Year For the Fourth Mora than 60000000 flags aro bought ovory year by tho peoplo of tho United States to display on tho Fourth of July More than 100000000 flags are flung to the breczo on lint day Tho flogmnkor of 20 years ago had a smaller capital invested did less work nud mado n greatov margin of profit thnu the tlagmokor of today but tho competition whioh drovo tho flagmaker to rodnoo tho priooof hiBwarosdevolop od an iucrcaso of business that inoro than doublod his trade Tho flag busi Â¬ ness today amounts to 500000 n year and fully ono half the yearly produot is immediately destroyed As moro than ono half tho flags sold aro used on tho Fourth of July it may bo reckoned that 135000 worth of flags which nro dis Â¬ played on Independence day this year will bo thrown away All theso will bo replaced a year henco Truly tho flag maker has reason to bloss the American habit of colobrating patriotio anniversa Â¬ ries Fourth of July Oratory Tho day rarely passes without n do volopmont at somo point of tho historic al orator Tho historical orator knows n thing or two aud is not anhamed for the peoplo to find it out Dospising oratorical effoct which ho characterizes as wind he seeks to build his reputation on facts and accordingly carrios with him a carpotbag full of books whoso pagos ho has carefully turned down at places to whioh ho wishes to refer Ho is loaded with statistics nud nt a soconds notico will divo down into his carpetbag produco a volume with marvelous quickuosa will turn to a pago aud rattlovoff column after column of figures with a glibnossof utternnoo that would astonish and disoomfit a stenog Â¬ rapher Exchange Â¬ 1011 1035 1135 1217pm 1240 1 15 7 32 915 961 6 43 450pm 823pm 9 3i 609 9 52 1021 1010 10 40 95 947 720 739 804 1038 10S 1245 1 1148 1223am 15 7 20 WIL ARD IV S MILLER HOT Jr Mgr All trains run through Solid to Evansvllle Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trainslietween St Louis Evansville and Louis ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvington for Fordsville and Hardlnsburg daily except Sunday H C MOIIDUE A G P A Louisville Ky wmfittWMhkk VHHlaro HOTEL L II St L lly Fordsville Branch Rates200 and 250 TIME TABLk- - Ho 10 TAKING EFFECT wesiuound Trains ezSun exSun Dally Daily MAY JO East BoundTrain I SS Best House in Louisville QNF One Minute Cough Cure No5 1ineGRH0P That Is what It was made for cures If Its Worth Printing Dally Dally exSun ezSur No 2 No 1060am Iv Irvington Ar 9o0im 11 25 Garfield 8 00 1140 Harned 742 1147 Junction 737 1165 Hardlnsburg 7 27 12 10pm 7 17 Junction 12 25 Kirk 7 02 1235 Jolly J60 1265 Glendeane 630 Dempster 105 620 ar Iallsltoughlv 605 120 Nol STATIONS Â¬ 1 45 iFwW U M i 1 itf y 4Kijb1bW InvenÂ¬ the 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Dictionaries All authentic niirwKnioiiu or weixwrs international Diction nry In iim nrlom bear our trade mark on snow nin me cuts iito irimt Luur hi iHCNICMCll VpcriMwrV ItlaHH I not be dcelved In buvlnor small aocalld l with the TwIce aUeek Courler Journaland will send that paper and ours for ths price named to all our subscribers who will renew and pay In ad vance ortu all new subscribers who will pay In advance S mplu copies Courier Journal sent free on application All subscriptions under this offer must be sent call on or address Agents AHZ2X from Hardintburgaino with the national o Onlv Una runnlnir R nnli tliA RnvrfiS Works JttrXloSZZ JjTWll na tho tableware Vd iv ii g Q I ATAfltHC I A VecTueuvy S to the Sj Vf IfWUnSJOtl VnenMar orlfeiceBe and Japanese AiuiiDUsaatutiin their rei ine warea ther aro kept buy ICMUVMXl uctwmJ BRECKENRIDGE NEWS EaPosiTWF Juno 1st to October Hist THE GRANDEST EXPOSITION except Worlds Pair over plannod in the United States Located within cheap and quick access of tho entire Missouri and Mississipi Valleys at your own doors Through tickets heyond Omaha allow stop ovors Reducod excursion rate to Omaha Tako tho Burlington Route the old and established Kb to and through Omaha in any di- Â¬ rection H0WAK8 ELLIOTT L W WAKBUWRY Puro as tho ore In her treasured store Lord may site ever be thy delight Liver Ills a Dont Stop Him He has a bad attack of colic and Is making for A II Fisher Cloverport It A Shellman Stophensport Gordon Haynes Patesville E A Witts liar dlnsburg drug store after a bottle of Foleys Colic Cure 25c Hoods MI I Por Infanta and Children The Kind You Have Always Bwght Bears the Signature of CASTOR I A Our Country O bcantlfnl my country ours onco more rJoothluK thy gold of war disheveled hair Oer suoh swout brows aa norer other wore And letting thy set lips Freed from wruths pale ecllpwo Tho rosy edges of their smllo lay bare What words dlvino of lover or of poet Could tell our loru and mako theo know It Among the nations bright boyond eomparef What woro our lives without thou What all our Urea to save theot Wo reck not what we gave thee We will not dare to doubt thee But uak whatever elm and we will dare I James Rustell LowelL GREGORY Wbarfmasters CLOVEnPORT CO KENTUCKY k Steamboal Agents ocl Agents Homestead Fertilizer Company aad Studard Dealers la Doore Baah Blinds Yellow Pine Floor Oil Company Thebuman maclilno etarta but once and stops but once You can keep Ing longest and most regularly bi DeWltta Little Early RImn tl lUUe pllu or constipation Hob and llvr trouble SI 9 I Qavock Rev B J IUtchey filled his appoint DeWUt5 Witch Hazel Salve Cuf PilM S44f Htirsw Zaffi F -- EHmt lng and Ceiling Weather Boarding Shingles Bait Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Ste Firrskk- fe-- inWi T aM NMi iaj MaUrial 8Brl Missgsr L LsKX riimfr Isjuf fFT1 THE BRKOKHNRIDQR NEWS OLOYRRPORT KY GOSSIP Â¬ ForHmmdmohe I dont believe there ever was eo good a pill as Aycrs I have been a victim of ter- Â¬ rible headaches and never found anything to relieve me so quickly as LOCAL PERSONAL MENTION Fred Fralze was in Cannelton Monday John Ditto was In the city Monday night Mrs John Beaven Is quite ill at her home O J Fella of Addison was in the city Thursday Mrs Ghas Lishen went to Irvington Saturday John Dean of Glendoane was In tint city Thursday Starling Thompson was a visitor in tho city Thursday Alex Gregory of Louisville spent the Fourth In this city Mr and Mrs John Dittman of Owens boro are in the city Miss Maggie Johnson of HardinBburg was in tho city Saturday Mrs Henry Ray ntid Mrs John Pauley went to Irvington Saturday Miss Addie G Ditto has returned to her home at Long Branch James Hennen ot Ilawosvllle was a in the city Thursday evening Charles Sklllman attended tho Fourth of July festivities at Evansvlllo Willis Green of Falls of Rough is the guest of Mr and Mrs Geo Short J D Gregory spent several days this week in Henderson and Evansvlllo Mrs Thos Dyer of Henderson is the guest of Mr and Mrs Ghas Sklllman Mrs Emma Weisenberg and children spent Sunday and Monday in Addison Manager Cerf of The Fair spent the Fourth at Hawesvillo and Cannelton Â¬ Of a Spioy Flavor That Inter ests HardinBburg What it Going on of Interest in That Lively Town Miss Allie Witt is visiting AYERS PILLS CL NEWMAN Dog Spur Va in Louis- Â¬ ville MIbs Tula Daniel returned home last Jincie Heston is visiting at Bew- - Friday MIbs Breckenridge WEDNKBDAY News 0 1898 loyvllle JULY Local Brevities J Excursion rates on all lines of clothing KMjers JusVftTOJBo a breezo wo will sell fans at a low prlc6fiulzers y -- fl i Its a regular clrcdsdo see how far your money will bo at 8ulzerB store Bonami a window a minute best cleaner out Try a five cent package v Sulzers Peter Brashear a former resident of Oloverport has been commissioned quar- Â¬ ter master Sergeant of the Fourth Ken- Â¬ tucky regiment Miss Eva Hensley who has been in The new stamps are on sale at the local post office The temperature Satur- Â¬ the South all winter returned homo last day at noon registered 102 It was the Friday Miss Enora Allen Vortress Hardin hottest day in the year county is visiting hor sister Mrs O Royalty Fell From a Trestle The train men on the branch had Harlan Morgan a bridge carpenter while at work on the trestle of a bridge about as much as they could chin last at Spottavllle Saturday lout his balance Saturday and fell He escaped with a broken Misses Lottie Sherman and Ada Beard arm were visiting a few days at Irvington last week Painful Cut Mathlas Miller and his daughter Mrs Bob Lewis one of the oldest and best known shop men in this city was badly Dr Milton Board went to Louisville cut by a saw at the shops Saturday Ho last Tuesday Robert Johnston has gone to Clover is now able to be at his work port to work as night operator in the S M Geary Pierson Mich writes railroad shops De Witts Witch Hazel Salvo is curing Franklin Kincheloe and Misses Mary more piles here to day than all other Smith and Annie DeJornette are visiting remedies combined It cures eczema at Big Springs and all other skin diseases Short Misses Maggie Baker and Lucy May Haynes went to Bewleyville last Friday to visit Large Sale of the Weed Blanche Clay comb Q PandGW Miller of the Kirk Mies Mary Board was called to Irving neighborhood were in the city Wednes- Â¬ ton last week to see her brother Clar- Â¬ day Both gentlemen are among the ence who was quiet ill roost substantial farmers in Iho couuty Mrs Will Lennin returned last Tues-Â¬ and were on their way to Hawesvillo day from an extended visit with Mrs where they sold 0000 pounds of tobacco Roland Smith at Stephensport A X Kincheloe has been sick for ten Certainly Enterprising days He is confined to his home and -i-lSe Ebbojcknbidcik Nkws is certainly unable to be at his business enterprising and The first Mr Charley Kyler is painting up and page of its last issue contained a half putting in order the store room to be page cut of Old Glory printed in the occupied by the Green Flag national colors Elkton Progress W F Pate who is to make his home Caps the Climax in Lebanon was heio last week and re- Â¬ The current issue of that admirably turned with his wife and children printed paper the Breckknridqe News Lannie Smith of Louisville and caps the climax of its success in that Roland Smith of Stephensport were Old Glory is given n colors here last Sunday visiting their mother line and in great shape while an advertise Â¬ Morris Eskridgeand Coleman Haswell ment or two is similarly treated Stan Â¬ farmers They raise over are ford Interior Journal a hundred bushel of wheat off of seven Largely Attended acres of ground The Womans Foreign Missionary So- Â¬ The funeral of Mrs Annie L Newsom ciety will meet Friday afternoon at 230 Â¬ which occurred Tuesday was very large A full ly attended The remains were brought oclock with Mrs Percy Beard from Cwensboro and the services oc- Â¬ attendance is desired curred at the Baptist church The in- Â¬ Godfrey Haswell ot this city and Miss terment took place at the Oloverport Mittie McCubbins of Stephensport will cemetery The deceased left a host of be married to day at 230 p m at the friends here who mourn her demise Baptist church in Stephensport Alt Taylor of Rosetta came last Wed Â¬ Quiet Celebration nesday and returned with his niece Miss The Fourth of July was celebrated Anna Eskridge who will spend a few very quietly in this city All the stores days visiting him and his family wore closed dnrlng the day The multi- Â¬ Mrs Addie Harper wife of Wm Har tude of attractions in nearby cities and cheap rates attracted most of our per Jr of West View died last Wednes Â¬ the day morning The deceased was tho people to other points The old guard remained at home and rejoiced heartily youngest daughter of Peter Laslle Hardinsburg turned out about two at the war news which was all our way hundred poople to the Sam Jones meeting Expected to Die last Saturday Conductor Tilford han- Â¬ Robert Tobln of Toblnspo rt is not ex- Â¬ dled the crowd well and everybody was pected to live His illness while it has pleased with the trip not been of long duration is very serious Victor Brown son of Dent Brown was Mr Tobln is a wealthy seriously In its nature hurt one day last week by the capitalist and farmer and has long been front wheel of the wagon runing oyer identified with the commercial interests him The boy was sitting on the of this city having been a director of wagon tongue and fell off He Is now the Breckenridge bank for years A better legion of friends regret to hearf of his precarious condition e Evan Royalty spent last Saturday at Louisville Mies Irene Board has returned from Big Springs The Henderson route was strictly init last Saturday Mr and Mrs Thomas returned to Litchfield last Saturday Mrs John Alexander of Buras was visiting here last week Mrs Phoebe 8killman has returned from a visit to Ekron from Miss Fannie Smith returned Elizibethtown last Satutday A new threshing machine was unload- Â¬ ed hero last week for Mr Ball Robt McGuflln is brightening up his residence with a fresh coat of paint James Payne Stephensport was in town last Tuesday on legal business NEARLY PARALYZED VI Has a Fine Position W O Allen tho former station agent Ed Gregory Discovers a Sample ofKemi mental Nerve at this or the Henderson Route place has secured a position with the Ed Gregory admires nerve in any Air Line railroad at Louisville He writes that it is tho best position he has man During the progress ot the picnic at ever held and that the prospects for pro motion are bright Mr Allen is a solen- - La Heists park Saturday Ed gathered in sheckles by retailing graphophone mueio Kiv rwoaoovg ijuntl to the top notch at the rate of 6 cents a piece Early in the day he was approached ie News and his ngratulate him upon his by a rustio son of the soil who said Say Mister hev you got airy sample pieces to that air thing THESE PATRIOTS Ed enquired What I say said the country man if you Paid the First Revenue Under the Stan play me three or four sample tunes on Aet that thingamajlg I may like it and spend a nickel with you Ed was nearly paralyzed The stamp act went into effect hero Friday July 1st The first person to A doed Band eah a check bearing the new internal reyeaue stamp was Mfsa Mayme Grif Â¬ Tht Hardinsburg band which furnish fith the first one to send a telegram ed the music for the St Rose picnlo at from the local telegraph office bearing a Lallelsta park Saturday was highly reyraue stamp was Hal O Murray complimented by those who beard it Charles LUhea bought the first stamp The organisation la composed of good far an express package and F Fraise musicians and they discourse soma very stamped tho first bill of lading that paid stirring pieces revenue to your Uncle Samuel WoBdwfal KarveloHiI The Breckenridge Bank operating as ftassp agency parebased 1600 of the are expressions frequently heard afaont Do not fail to jhwv ataMps wad 18 worth of these1 were Foleys Kidney Cure try this great remedy for all kidney rea wrfdaotUdNtday R Fisher Oloverport R A Shell waa 8ipbBport Gordon fc Hay plMlUtfYNMMUWlMlfN W A W1U Hareftu- - Mr Will Miller and Miss Eula Miller came down from Hardinsburg Thurs day Roland Smith the popular hotel man of Stephensport spent Thursday in the city Miss Pearl Porrigo spent the Fourth in Cannelton the guest of Miss Lizzie Batt County Commissioner E II Johnson of Hancock county was in the city Satur- Â¬ day Eugene and Mrs Wm Vest have reÂ¬ turned from a ten days sojourn at Hot Springs Mr and Mrs Wm Hofllus spent a few days in Evansville last week the guest of relatives Nobe Pate returned Thursday from Louisville where he had been with a lot of cattle Charles Moorman has returned home from an extended business visit to Bos ton Mass Rev J E Steele of New Albany Ind was at Tobinsport Sunday attending quarterly meeting Mrs Mason Dyer of Henderson ar- Â¬ rived last Thursday to be the guest of Mrs C B Sklllman George Getzendanner I and Ernest Galloway attended the Sam Jones lecture at Irvington Saturday Sam Board the popular telegraph op- Â¬ erator at the shops has gone to Hot Springs for his health Miss Addie Louise Babbago is the guest of Mr and Mrs DW Falrlelgh at Louisville this week Miss Kate Sawyer has returned home from Louisville where she has been en- Â¬ joying an extended visit Hugh Ditto of Owensboro was a pasÂ¬ senger on the up train Saturday He was on his way to Baltimore Jesse Howard receiver for the Dean Tie Company was In the city Wednes- Â¬ day of last week on business R F Warfiold of Louisville was tho guest of his sister Mrs F Fralze and Miss Jennie Warfleid Sunday Miss Rosa Ryan returned home from Evansville last night where she has been the guest ot Miss Benna Moser Lieutenant Colonel David R Murray of the Fonrth Regiment came from Lex ington Sunday to visit his family Miss Durham who has been the guest of Miss Marion Bowmer returned yester day to her home at Danville Ky Tom Arnold went to Lexington Mon day to enlist in the Fourth Kentucky volunteer regiment at Camp Oorbln Clyde Morrison and Wilburn Gregory came home yesterday from Cannelton where they have been the guests of friends Rev A It Willett a former Meade a county boy now stationed at Cape Gir- Â¬ ardeau Mo was a visitor in the city Tuesday Mrs George Bentley and Mrs Eliza Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Webb of Hawe8ville wero In the city Friday attending the funeral of Mrs Anna Newsom Mr and Mrs Mug Severs have made Oloverport their homn mid nro now stop ping at tho houie of Mr and Mrs Rub ert Pierce Miss Ada Keowti and Mr Jesse GraliHtn of Henderson ppeut Saturday and Sunday in the city the guests of his mothor and sister Durulle and Frank ralrlelgh who hnvo been tho guests of Mr and Mrs John D Babbngohavo returned to their homo at Louisville Mis Joe Nowton Miss Nellie Win stead and Miss Fannio Nowton of Daviess county are visiting Mr and Mrs John Furrow Peter 8 Miller of Owensboro Frank Landor and Dr Forrest Llghtfoot of Hawcsvllle attended the Noweoni ob Â¬ sequies here Friday Thomas Allen and wife of Louisville came down from Louisville on tho Fourth to be the guest of Mr and Mrs O O Whitehead of Tobinsport Mrs John Messerth and Mies Ida Fllngstang of Newport Ky and Herb and Emma Rtedel of Cincinnati aro visiting Mr and Mrs Riedel at Holt Mr and Mrs Frank Lander Mis Llzi Webb Mrs Dr Moorman and John Jarboe were the guests of Mr and Mrr W II Bowmer at supper Thursday evening Miss Laura Echols Donualy of Hart Â¬ ford W Va and Miss Anna Griffith botli ot whom have been tho guests of Miss Mayme Griffith have returned to their homes MIbs Mary Clary of Decatur III who has been the guest of Mrs J D Babbage went to Louisville Thursday where she will bo entertained by Mr and Mrs Dayld W Falrlelgh W II Hydes wife and two daughters Misses Mabel and Blanche and Mrs Kate Murray and Misses Jennie and Mary Keene of Louisville are guests at the Smith hotel Stephen port Jo K Mercer after an extended tour through the West writes from Phoenix Arizonia that he will return to his home at Lyonia Hancock county in a few weeks He intends to stop at Denver while on the way The Misses Margaret and Elizabeth Bowmer went to Evansyille Saturday to attend a house party to bo given in their honor by Miss Anna Iglehart Orvllle and James Sklllman went Sunday to participate in the same function Â¬ BUNAS VICTORY siAswissivssi Hot Time i Your medicine has helped me so much that I can work and nover feel tired out When I flrstbegan to uso your mcdlclno I couldnt sweep my own room run the sowing machino or lift anything not even achair Itevenhurt mo to rldo or walk any distance Now I can do all this and I bellovo more and never feel tho effects of it I feel so proud of the way it has brought mo out that I tell it far and near I can heartily recommend your mcdlclno to any woman suffering from female dis Â¬ ease I know from experience that your medicine will do just what you say it will I thank you Doctor a thousand times for your treatment I shall recommend your mcdlclno wherÂ¬ ever I go I know what It has done for mo and I know it will do the same for others I feel that thero aro thousands of other women who would after using your treatment as I did bo thankful I am so glad I got your treatment This month is the first timo in my lifo that I can remember of having my menses without pain Why I cant do n anything but recommend Miss Emma L Bolden Wilberforce O a Tho Medicino Co Columbus O will mail Dr Hartmans special book for women free on application to women only All druggists sell Â¬ Pc-ru-- mSl HHv Dr S O llartman tt 11 Dnxn Sin I feel likoanewwoman slnco using your a at Santiago But our gunners hayc the best of the game Same here at Sulzers the 1 Hot Shot Bargains Straw Hats for Instance Are putting up a great fight for good goods at low prices TWAS A HOT TIME Gasoline Stove Set Fire to a Valuable Residence And Destroyed Fifteen Hundred Dollars Worth of Property vyiAvA SULZERS t syvutfwvrnfiv An alarm ot fire was turned in about 6 oclock Friday night when Jiuge vol- Â¬ umes of smoke was seen Issuing from tho home of Scott Vance in the lower end of town Shortly after the fire wsb discovered a crowd of citizens arrived on tho scene and seeing that the Utiles had made great headway and that tho buildlug was doomed set about rescuing the furni- Â¬ ture A Que pinno a trunk ful of silverware and valuables and a quantity of furniture was taken out alter heroic Â¬ FOR SALE 560 acres of land near Hudsonville 186 acres near Hardinsburg 140 acres near Garfield One house and lot in Cloverport For Terms etc address A GREAT OLD TIME Was Enjoyed at St Roses PicÂ¬ - 0 wvonxA bA 640Z5 wPvlll brigade was soon formed and streams of water were directed on the roofs and sides of neighboring dwell Â¬ nic ings that were threatened Iu order to save adjoining property Was a Day of Bliss And Keen Enjoy- the fence and out buildings belong to tho ment property were torn down The fire it is Real Estate Agent supposed resulted from the explosion of The picnic given at Lalleists park a gasoline stovo It was a fierce ono Saturday by the parlshouers of St Roses while it lasted aud had it not been for church was a most successful and enjoy the desperate effort of tho citizens would able affair People began to pour in have communicated to other property from all sections of this and adjoining Tim property helouged to Charles May SERIOUS ACCIDENT counties at an early hour They came and was occupied by Scott Vance Tho Â¬ afoot on horseback in all sorts of vehicloss was about 31500 and the insuranco Hardinsburg Lady has a Limb Broken in les by train and boat and by noon fully 400 a thousand pleasure Beekers were Three Places Ed Goodnight of tho News had a nar Â¬ assembled at tho park row escape from being killed He was A fine barbecued dinner a brass band A distressing accident occured at La struck on the head by a bucket thrown the Wlllet orchestra ico cream lemo- from the top of John Deaus house He Heists park during the opening hours of nade soda pop dancing and ball throw Â¬ only sustained a bruise on the forehead the picnic Saturday morning ing contests at the baby rack witli The horse attached to a buggy in other attractions of similar nature afford- Â¬ which Miss Cornelia Elder of Hardins JOLLY GOOD TIME ed all the pleasures of an old time pic- Â¬ burg was seated became frightened and nic During the day there was a contest in its efforts to get away leaped over a between Mayor Barry of this city aud Had by Two Parties of Louisville bluil onto the Short Line railroad track Excursionists Dr OBrien of Bowley villo as to which Mies Elder waa thrown out and her leg was the ugliest man Ed Goodnight was broken in three places She also Tho Str Tarascon struck this port sustained n sprained wrist and received spoke eloquently as to tho painful lack of beauty in each and kept the voting Thursday returning from a round trip to several severe bruises about the head Capt J H McCullough and body up at a lively pace for thirty minutes Evansville when it was found that a majority of the had her iu charge Those who composed Dr Simon attended her after tho ac- Â¬ voters thought Dr OBrien deserved the the party were Col W W Hltes and cident and set the broken portion of her prize for bomlinesa and he was awarded a party of fifteen and Sol Hilp of the limbs Co with a gold headed cane He accepted the firm of Hilp Richardson CLIMATE OF CUBA honor with a graceful speech Mayor some eight or ten in his care It was their first trip upon the Ohio thought the prize was climato of Cuba during June July Barry said he The justly awarded and thanked the people and all expressed themselves as much and August Is frightfully depressing infatuated with tho trip and beautiful The rains are almost constant the heat for the compliment they gave him A spirited contest for prize dolls was scenery intense continuous and sultry Fever engaged in by four little girls The one and diarrhoea abound Peonlo not ac- Â¬ WHEAT IS GOOD who had procured the most money was climated to the Island aro almost sure to to have a doll The results were as fol- Â¬ sutler from dheaso The landing of lows Ollle Local Millers Grinding New Grain Prloo troops from the United State on tills 3 CO Edna Mattlngly Effie Jones island at this season cannot bo otherwire Beaven 1157 835 63 cents Bertha Mattlngly 704 Edna Mattlng- Â¬ than dangerous to health and life The ly and Effie Jones were the winners The local millers are paying 03 cents Spanish bullet is not so much to be Â¬ On the whole the day was a most por bushel for now wheat They say feared by our soldiers as the Cuban cli enjoyable one and Father Brey aud the that while thero is plenty of tho grain mato managers of the picnic aro to be congrat- Â¬ being threshed but little is offered Acute catarrhal diseases of the abdom Â¬ ulated upon their success at that price The wheat raised in this inal organs aro almost sure to occur section this year Is fine especially so Acute catarrh of tho liver kuou as GLENDEANE with the hillside crop which grades ex- yellow fever acute catarrh of the ME persons say Mr Richard W Owen wont to Hawfs ceptionally high The new wheat is bowels known as diarrhoea and dyson it is natural for vlilu Monday now being ground into flour by the tery are almost inevitable consequences them to lose flesh of such a climato the Ameri Mr Itakor Wells is very sick aud not millers and it makes a fine staple during summer can catarrh remedy is at once a prompt expicted to llye But losing flesh is losing and lasting cure for these affections ground Can you afford Mr I II Dowcea went to Louisville FINE YIELD Hundreds of bottles of this remedy will to approach another win Monday morning be carried by the soldiers as an antidote Â¬ ter in this weakened conMivaSallle Moorman has beou very Poor Ground Shows a Production of 22 to tho unwholesome climatic conditions dition sick for several days It has received the endorsement of the Bushels to the Aore Coughs and coldsweak leading military men and every soldier Mlfs Mary Jarboe of Oloverport Is throats and lungs come visiting Mrs W R Moormau Representative Les Brown of Hancock is cautioned to provide himself with ono who are quickest to those Dr R T Dempster aud daughltr county was in tho city Thursday on or two bottles of this remedy before em Â¬ thin in flesh to those eas- Â¬ May were in Louisville last week business He reports unusual success barking for Cuban boII ily chilled to those who Dr Hartmans last book on acuto ca Â¬ A large crowd went to Irvlngtou from with wheat this year He says that he have poor circulation and sowed his crop In unusually poor ground tarrhal diseases of tho abdomen Is Bent feeble digestion place to hear the Rev Sam Jones this Miss Ruth Sterrett of Skillmnn snd last fall but the yield will average 22 free to any address by Tho Manufacturing Company Columbus Miss Mary Moorman of Oloverport are bushels to tho acre Ohio visiting atGlendeane Quick Belief For Asthma Miss Nannie Board and Mr Giugr Produollve Land Foleys Honey and Tar is guaranteed Bnnriy of up war Garfield wi re gm ts Sherlfl CtephenB of Hancock county of cod thcr oil wllf hypo to give prompt relief in all cases of of Alia Charlie Fisher last week sowed twenty acres in wheat that yielded phosphiks does just as Asthma Do not class this with other Thomas Moore passed through Glen His farm is near Pell much good In summer as gtvo relief 380 bushels medicines that have failed to deane Saturday on his way for Illinois villa and we think he is entited to the It makes flesh in winter Givo it a trial A It Fisher Oloverport where he has been for some time In August as well as April r R A Shellman Stephensport Gordon sake Walter Moormau Elliot Moorman and You certainly need as Haynes Patesvllle E A Witt Har Â¬ Administrator Notice Owes Hunter were in Hardinsburg dinsburg strong nerves In July as In AH perttiu bating cUinu agalaK tht lto ot the Thursday and Friday taking the exam Â¬ January And your weak drccawj Mr 6alll I atu an notlfiad to rueiX ination throat and lungs should Loaded With Patriotism tUero property proven lor cltUmamooorbefor S A IATK Admlnlf tialor be healed and strength Mta Mary I Moorman accompanied Th BKBCEKNRIEK3B NkWJ CO HIM Out Sept i 19 ened without delay vai Wr B Moorman and family U Chlcka- - this week la red and blueloded to the jlardiuiburir Ju ie I J i89 AHiDrattM IM1UIB oi4aadttf Saturday to a Henry Manrniajt guards wW pairlotka Caanelton En SBanHSBBRBasnaESBaHmBBSl oorr vowJfk cumw DeWltts Little Early Risers qoirar Tho haum Itttl plH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pe-ru-Â¬ fightiDg A bucket V Q BABBAGR and Attorney-at-Law HARDINSBURG RY S -- si SSStSS Swiss Cheese Dried Beef Boiled Ham Canned Meats Fresh Eatables of everj kind CITY BAKERY XT --i peS4S3 WITTS ISA Everybody knows Witts It contains the best and purest line of drugs and General Merchandise iu this district SDiS STORE FIXTURE IN HARDINSBURG Store Emulsion Scotts HNEST OOODS HONEST PRICES HONEST DEALINGS Are the inducements of Â¬ fered to patronize this es Â¬ tablishment and they have bean in vogue ever since the store started I EA ftWJIM1 Wir th w flu 1 WITTS HARDINSBURG KY Li -- - W-JaA i- - rfP 6 Breckenridge News WEDNK8DAY JOLY 0 1808 A il Bsv Ma - i an- ii tvl - pppypmiiiiilii Wf npiLwjiiiwHpjyg THE BJEOKaNmiDCMS A sTonrth NETHTQ onOYllFORr NEW YORKS ROAD LAW By IU Provision the State Will Aid In Highway Constrnctlon KY SAVED OUR LIFE STUBBORN SPANIARDS Affect Not to THE NATIONS BIRTHDAY Day that gars a nation blrtb Best and greatest of the eerthj Dsy when freedom fonnd a ehrln Banetloned by the hand divine Day that broke a tyrants chains Day whose memory eer remains And with each returning year Brings tho thought of blessings dee Blessings bought with patriots blood Freely shed a sscrod flood Treasured should they ever be In this land of liberty Let each starry banner wave Symbol of the freo and brave Lot glad acclaims fill tho air Bbout howinnas every whoro GREAT ANNIVERSARY LITTLE SUFFERER Faco Hands and Arms Covered With Scrofulous Humors How a Cure I Was Effected When five years old my lltllo boy had scrofula on hta fnco lunula and turns It was worst on hln cliln nithotiffh lho sores on his checks and hanu wero very bad It appeared In the form of red pimples which would foster bnalc open nnd run and then scab over After disappearing they would break out again They caused lntcnso Itching and tlio llttlo sufferer had to bo watched continually to keep him from scratching tho sores We becamo My greatly alarmed at his condition wifes mother had had scrofula and tho only mcdlclno which had helpd her was Hoods Sarsaparllla Wo decided to rIvo it to our boy and wo noted an Improve- Â¬ ment in his case very soon After giving him four bottles of Hoods Sarsaparllla the humor had all been driven out of his blood and it has never slnco returned William Baiitz 410 South WlUlams St South Bend Indiana You can buy Hoods Sarsaparllla of all druggists Bo Buro to get only Hoods nOOCl S HlllS ciytu operate MORE CAPTURES cure Liver Hist easy to take cents The Ladroues Islands and 150 Men Taken Washington July 4 Tho navy de- Â¬ partment to day received the following cablegram from Admiral Dewoy Hono Kono July rived yesterday No resistance 4 Cavito July 4 ar- Â¬ Three transports and the Charleston The Charleston tured Guaban Ladrone islands on cap- Â¬ 21 Brought Spanish officers from the garrison six officers and fifty four men to Manila On June 2J the came out of Spanish gun vessels Leyto me having exhausted all a river near Manila and surrendered to munitions and food in repelling attack by insur- Â¬ gents She line on board 50 officers nnd 94 men and military Signed Dkwvv Mr and Mrs O L Knight spent the Fourth at Kyansvillo Spent Fourth Here of Louisville came to this city Saturday evening and remained until after the Fourth the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Charles May To Join the Army AValter May Ed Goodnight who has been connected with the Nkws for some months past has gone to Lexington iu an effort to Â¬ join the Fourth Regiment Lost A pocket book at Irvington Saturday July 2 It contained b hub change and about 40 coffee signatuies Finder please return to Mrs James A Hendrick Irv- Â¬ ington Ky Card of Thanks We desire to thank tho public for the hearty atsistance rendered us in saving our effectfl and endeavoring to save our homo from the fire of Friday evening Respectfully J S Vance and family Goes to Missouri Tom Watkine one of the best known young salesmen iu the city will go to St Joe Mo witli his brother Will Wat kins where he will look for a position The best wishes of this whole community goes with him With The RouKli Riders Mr Jerry Burke living eight miles from here in Breckenridge county was hero yesterday and sayB that his son Cornelius Burke is one of Roosevelts Rough Riders says the Fordsvillo Ex press His name is among tho living auu uewent with tho Oklahoma con- tingent of the Rough riders TRUE EC KENTUCKIANS Babbage Writes of His Trip North Ernest Babbage city editor of the News is having a grand time on his trip to the Mackinac islands with the Kentucky Fresa Club He writes that the outing is a most enjoyable one and that all the members of the party aro Four gallons ofgood old cheobo wine exclusive good old port having a jolly time Everywhere the of the madeira gaug goes it meets with a royul Frodorick Carlislo who rooalls some reception He says tho State Press Asso- of tho characteristics of Fourth of July ciation is composed of a brainy set of colobrations iu tho early days inudo this interesting statement people and all are true Kentuckians In our parades wo usod to havo flfo and drum corps but no brass instru HEAVY TRAFFIC ments In 1830 or 1887 there wus a sort of carnival at Northvillo Tho old fashioned Miorriblos woro a featura of Henderson Routes Facilities Fully Taxed tho procession Mon nnd boys rigged up in ridiculous oostumos some of them On the Fourth in ox hidos horns and all participated Wo Ubcd to muke masks of ordinary Tho Fourth of July traffic on the Henbrown papor painted Our firoworks derson Route this year was a record woro vory crude cousistiug of cotton breaker More passengers were handled wicking toalcod iu spirits of turpontiuo Wo had a bouflro ou olthor sido of tho than ever before on a similar occasion Each pajbsduger train carried an extra principal street We would throw tho coach during tho four days the excursion flaming balls of cotton saturated iu tur pontiuo from ono sido of tho stroet to rate was in effect and even with this ad the other Of course wo of ten fouud tho dition to tho facilities the capacity of the next duy that wo had boon too solf for road for handling passenger traffic was getful in our display of patriotio senti- Â¬ strained The local office sold 151 ment for our hands woro sometimes se ticket for the Fourth of July excursions verely burned by holding the burning balls too long bofore tossing them Into to Evansvllle and LoulsvlIK The eale of tickets at other points waa tho air Somo of us guarded agaiust burns by first dipping our hands In equally as heavy proportionately as at flour paste Iu that Northvillo celebrathis point tion tho Nov Omens Colonel Ilungor ford commander and the Livonia Greens Independent military oompa Tlw Kind Yea Haw Alwart Bought nios participated in tho parade Iu WstU thoso early day oolebratlocs of Inde Â¬ WfBtM pendence day we often had ox roartingSj Umtdraw j of people Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and roosted Veal boiled and roasted Balled hams Roasted lucks Roanted pigeons and plgoon pie Round of beef a la mods Fish boiled and roasted Boiled and baked puddings oustnrds tarta cranberry and currant 13 pounds of almouda raisins tit 111 good cigars a pint of best madeira wino to each subscriber anniversaries not only bocaufee it com- Â¬ memorates tho motfcrn rebirth of fruo dom after its doatb in tho middle ages but becauso it holds a plaoo lu history as tho first modom anniversary dato sot apart for commomoration by all tho Special cable to the Nkwh The 8panlsh cabinet people of n nation MAimit July5 3 p m will not admit that Cerveras fleet is destroyed A rigid censorship has been es Tho mou who mado tho day historic tabllshcd as tho government is fearful of tho effect the news wilt have on the al folt instinctively tho signification of their work and that its influeuoo was populace should it get out not bounded by ocean linos Thoy folt that tho day was to commemorato tho liboratiou not only of a peoplo but iu largo measure of the raco Thoy believed that it was to bo first among many days to come illumined with the light of tho brighter pages of human history At tho first annlvorsary of tho date held iu Philadelphia and in which tho moving figures wero the men who had signed tho Declaration of Independence this idou waa clearly expressed Thoy had buildcd not only for a country but Okp Santiago with Sampsons Fleet July 5 3 p m Special to the News for tho world and not only for a gener- Â¬ Sampson has began the bombardment of the fortifications at tho entrance to Santl ation but for all timo Thoy had given Morro castle at the mouth is to be dismantled and tho other fortlOca go harbor tho national anniversary n placo In hu Â¬ thoy thought nnd said so that the whole fleet may safely enter the harbor and by man nnnals tions broken down The century whioh has followed has bombarding the city of Santiago assist Shatter thus hastening its fall justlflod tho opinion lu less than half n generation Franco rl NEW CENTURY HYMN had mado tho oightoenth Druniairo im Â¬ mortal as tho date of tho foil of tho Bastille OLD FOURTHS Lord God of our ancient fathers Tho influonoo of tho Fourth of July Founders of this land of liberty has boon worldwide As tho pooplo ACCOUNT OF A CELEBRATION OF THE Dear to their sons and daughters havo como moro into government in ev ery land they have widenod tho scope FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY As an abode blest by Thee England now of national aspirations We pray guide us as those of old has her jubilees and days oommomora Wo Fourth Wm Complete Wlthou the And protect the homes we hold tlve of Trafalgar and Waterloo as well Spread Kaglo Orator Parade of Kala Save us from blazoned pomp and pride m tho lugubrious anniversary of Guy thumplana Fireworks Were Scarce bat Fawkes Sedan day overy year sets The greed of gold and every lust Enthusiasm Filled All Gaps Germany afliimo with patriotio ardor Lost eur banners fall on every side for tho fatherland Italy has her days Independence day 1b not colobratod as And our nation crumble to tho dust sacred to tho momorios of its sucoesslvo nsed to bo No longor do wo soo tho Be our power not all in sword and host it steps in tho achievement of Italian nniqno strcot processions with their But In Thee our King be it most unity tho city flromen and in horribles Lowell sang of Lincoln as a now May we live on and ever forget thoso ovoning tho Kalathnmpians tho A nower birth birth of our now soil The internecine wars of the past grotesquely attired individuals who atof our newor soil is a galaxy of glorious The reeking sword and bayonbt j tracted inoro attention and causod inoro cays added to tho history of many And make each decade grander that the lands uudilutod joy to woll up in tho youth St Louis Post Dispatch last ful hoart than all tho fireworks domou itrntions of today says thoDotroit Free If w attempt and fall be it our best AMERICAN PATRIOTISM Press Tho timo has gone by when from Just Thou O God judge the rest tho city hall stops or other pnblio moot What la the Dominating Spirit of Fourth JAB F FAIRLEiait of Jaly Observances ing placo tho orators of tho day oleo The above poem was written by Frank trify tho peoplo of tho city and sur Is tho spirit of American patriotism rounding country with thoir spread Fairleigh son of Hon David W Fair still alivo Is lovo of liberty and couneagle spcoches that in tho good old fnhh leigli of Louisville and it shows him to try as strongly implanted in tho breasts ionod days woro n fouturo of nil Fourth bo a poet of much i roinise and capable of tho pooplo today as it was in 1770 of July eclobrutious whothor givou in of great thing and 1812 Is tho Fourth of July colo Â¬ tho largest city in tho land ortbo small- Â¬ bration of today commemorative of tho birth of independence or is it a meanest town BIG SPRING ingless saturnalia of uolso and riotous And with tho passing of tho quaint iudulgonco stroot parades nnd tho old timo oratory has gono perhaps forovor tho holiday Theso aro questions which are now Miss Straus of Louisville is the guest uppermost In tho minds of thinking occupation of tho small boys who usod men Conditions whioh to somo seem to soil ginger beer nnd lomonado with of Mrs II Meyer Mr John Morris has returned from a Impregnated with danger to republican nioro color in it than lemon and crack- Â¬ ers and cheoso Unit woro a bit agod institutions have led to tho foar that visit to Owensboro minor But tlieso old timo colobrations of Indo Quite a crowd from hero weut over patriotism is fast becoming aavorage quantity in tho make up of the pondenco day bad thoir charms and American oitizon Tho pnblio heart it their simple inexpensive peculiarities and heard Sam Jones Several from here will attend the pic Â¬ is asserted no longer thrills with right Â¬ that tho present day observances with eous indignation at events whioh in tho their noticcablo lack of enthusiasm can- nic at Sulphur Well the Fourth past would havo moved tho entiro pop- not roplaco To tho old resident who Miss Mayme Barnard of Louisville is ulaco to expressions of empbatio remon Â¬ lived and participated in tho ovcuts and strance Orators cannot move their au customs of CO yoars ago or moro thero tho guest of Miss Lillio Clarkson Morris Jacob has returned to Louisditors to frenzy by spellbinding flights is n disagreeable hollowncss a notice of impassioned eloquence nblu lack of concerted action iu tho pnb Matters ville after spending several weeks here which CO or oven 80 years ago would lio demonstrations that aro uow made John Meador Jr who is clerking in have called for warlike proparution aro each anniversary of tho nations uutal Louisville waa home and spent the now allowed to pass almost uunotioed day Fourth of July observation has taken Ono of tho most interesting accounts Fourth of tho way early Dotroitors colobratod Mr Char es Morris who is a United now form Pionics and athletio competho day is given in tho personal papers States ganger is at home for an indefin- Â¬ titions havo supplanted patriotio oxer oises to a largo dogreo Thero is as much of tho late John R Williams who was ite stay noiso as over but it is noise without tho first mayor of Detroit and who fig Misses Annio DeJornetto and Mary enthusiasm The old time stentorian ured conspicuously in tho citys early 3 M Burton has a largo colSmitli of Hardinsburg are visiting Miss spoutcr who was wont to twist the lions history tail and send tho American eagle soarMary McMeador lection of thoso papers nnd tho followou glorious missious is in ignoblo ing oxtracts are presonted through Ills Mrs A W Clarkson and granddaugh- Â¬ ing retirement And why courtesy It was tho colobration of the to Brandenburg Saturday to Men of influence say those things do fiftieth anniversary of tho Declaration ter went hear Sam Jones not indicate a decay of patriotism but of Indcpoudonco given July 4 1830 Miss Julia Medley is at home after an merely that people aro wisor calmer and Detroit had invited us guests Henry Clay tho great Kentucky orator and absence of several weeks with relatives and moro rational with advancing years Deliberation now takos tho plaoo of American patriot Governor Do Witt at Vine Grove hasty ill considered judgmont nnd tbo Clinton nnd General Solomon Van Rons Master Morris Collie of Louisville is country is bettor for it Others of oqual iolnor of Now York Tho programmo included n big dinner a boat rido on here spending the summer with his force aud influence assert that patriot- Â¬ ism is in its decadence and tho fact is tho river n laud parado and patriotio grandfather A It Morris orntory Miss Irene Board after a stay of tw portentous of evil America this latter class insists is filling np too fast with Tho dinner was of tho subscription weeks with relatives and friends return- Â¬ an uututored foreign element which variety uud thero wero nbout H00 ed home Saturday via of Irvington tho native population canuot properly names signed to tho following agree Misj Annie Jones has returned from assimilate Chicago Tribune ment Governor Lewis Cass and II D Brovoort heading tho list Leitchfleld where she attended district Japans Holiday Wo tho undersigned agreo and conference and remained over to visit promiso to pay Major John Whipple tho friends For a thousand years tbo peoplo in tho country of peaceful shores have been sum of 4 GO each for u rospectivo share Dr Strother attended the Meade famous for celebrations Thoy havo al of a pnblio dinnor to be givon on tho County Medical Society at Brandenburg ways had rather an overplus of holiday of indopondonco in Governor Cass meadow including ono pint of good last Thursday He was accompanied by days domestic religious and local but madeira wino to each subscriber agree his sister Miss Zelma tbo truly national patriotio festivals nblo to tho tor ma of tho accompanying aro as modern as tho flags that tore Mr Charlie Moorman aud Miss Irene flown and tho salutes that are flrod in bill of faro but all broakago at tho taBoard were in Brandenburg last Wed- Â¬ their honor Long centuries of feudal Â¬ ble to bo chargeable to tho individual nesday and Thursday She was the ism divided both tho nation and tho who breaks tho article Following was tho bill of faro as guest of Miss Daisy Mclntire Oharllt popular allegiance Now all most gladly now prcsorvod la Mr Williams own was the guest of Phillip Noel colobrato thoir regained nationality handwriting mightily helped as this has boen by tho pressuro and pounding of foreign na Â¬ Chicken roasted and boiled Turkeys tions eager for trudo and oovotous of Roasted pigs land Indopondent bollod Â¬ Â¬ Story Annihilation Believe of Ceveras of Jnly Marks the Rebirth of Freedom In the World Tho Fourth of July Is uniquo among Do Not rural districts tho stato of Now In spite of opposition mostly from York Neglect the Kidneys and Bladder has placed a road law on tho statuto books Tho moasuro is not mandatory Keducing Fortifications TDIE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ oarries no appropriation and thero can bo no cost to the stato unloss nn itom of E0000or 9100000 be placed in tho supply bill to carry out tho provisions for state aid If no county in tho stato wants good roads then ovon this appro- Â¬ priation will bo roturnod to tho treasury of tho stato In other words tho law will dopond for Its operation ou tho dosiro for good roads If n county wishes to take nd vautago of Its provisions tho law directs that tho board of supervisors shall adopt n rosolutiou asking tho state en Â¬ gineer for plans and estimatos on tho work of constructing cortain improved highways When they got this information the supervisors nro to adopt n final resolu- Â¬ tion doolarlng thoir iutention of going on with tho work This douo tho stato engineer is authorized to take ohargo and build tho highway Tho stato pays ono half tho cost of tho improved road tho county 85 per cent and tho looallty bonofltod 15 per cent Tho wholu matter of aotlng undor tho law is loft with each county to dooido for itself Tbo only mandatory sootlon of tho bill is ono providing that if a ma jority of tho property ownors along a highway potltions tho supervisors for nn estimato of what it would cost to Im- Â¬ prove that highway then tho super Â¬ visors must adopt a resolution asking such information of tbo stato engineer Tho second step is left permissive and tho supervisors can rcfuso to order the building of now roads Tho opposition to tho bill meant sim ply that n cousidernblo number of tbo farmors of New York do not know what a good road is remarks tho Now York Times If thoy did they would not con tiuuo to beliove that a dirt road made with a scraper was good enough Nothing is good enough for traffic that boqomes a bog for eovoral months in tho year In overy community iu whioh good roads havo boen introduced thoy havo beon found to more than repay tho oxponditure upon them and no farm or who has used them would think of go ing back to the old system or want of systom A fow samplo miles of good road in ovory county would form an object lesson that would convert tho community Such an object lesson will be provided under the new law and after that the causo of good roads will take caro of Itsolf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It Disorder of theso Important organB causes Brights dlseaso rheumatism pain In the back dropsy and other troubles Dlseaso sometimes gets a hold upon your kidneys and bladder beforo you realize that anything serious is the matter Often these organs pre neglected until that awful malady Brights disease has fastened upon you and di alh a aits its Many miraculous cures have victim been wrought bv a com bo of treatment Willi Dr Davla Kftlimy Trtbtrta Thes tablets are put up in tho shape of a kid Â¬ ney bean and the formula has beon pro Â¬ nounced by tho bsf physicians of mod- Â¬ ern tlm a to be tho most din cl iu action ou the kidneys of any remedy known to medical science You can eat these tab lets us nu would candy He ml for free buoklt I on kldiiey dit easi a Sold by all dtuiflste or sent on receipt of price 60 cents and 1 Dr N O Davis Fiankioii iud Â¬ Other lands are deep In woo Btrloken by a mightier foe Cuba erics In accents loud Independence or a shroudl Qrnoco In Christian courage strong attnnaftlinniflful alehtl- Vnuawrong oerwhehn the right Bce the Ulorlous day we eclcbrnto Teach us to recall their fate And rejoice from day to day That we are not now as they May our laws be just and true Giving to each ono his duo Guarding1 with a Jealous care All our heritage so fair -- yW Good Condition The statement of the Breckenridge bank shows it to be in splendid titiaucial l condition It has declared a dividend of 4 per cent semi-annua- f Free tn action free in speech Equal rights belong to each Freo to worship free to share In the laws protecting caro Glorious Fourth all hall the dayl Ushering in the gentle sway Ot freedom that neer shall lose Its potent power till men refusal -P- hiladelphia Frees y rfv--tyfVfVs- v At the Cottage Mrs S A Hartwell and little son Sam of Louisville are the guests of Mrs David Van Alstine a slsttr of Mir Hart well Dr Hartwell spent the Fourth with his family aud hostess at tage Treasons of the cot- Â¬ Daviess County Farms FOR SALE if you want to farm profitably come to Daviess where you can get the highest mar Â¬ ket price for your cornstalks corn trbaccn wheat tomatoes potatoes and awect corn We have a cellulose factory that buy all the cornstalks a csaning factory th it buys all the tnmttoes peas sweet corn and beans that are brought 10 them We have a large number of gool farm In Daviiss county tor sale all over the county to to miles from Owentboto the from county seat We will sell you Improved or unimproved land from 10 to 13 per cent cheiper than any one elpe And sell Iton easy terms that will sut you Send for our i8y8 list of Daviess county farms Just out V GOOD ROAD WISDOM Dow to Improve the Highways at Small Increase of Kzpense It Is constantly being remarked in Patriotism Foreigners say of us that wo are always in a hurry and it Is true that we have not yet loarned tho philosophy of loisuro Indeed during tho long days in n calendar year tho people of tbo United States seom consumed by tho passion of effort Absorbed by diverse interests spiritod conflicts and the clash of com- Â¬ petition wo almost ceaso at timos to fool at all tbo straining of the chord of gonoral American sympathy But upon the nations birthday tho peoplo like a family mingle commem Â¬ oration with congratulation Tbo old lossons of patriotism taught us through all the years crowd in upon us aud in every heart where thero is enough nobility of charactor to rondor possible tbo impulso of gratitude tho American spirit with its old strength stirs the better nature till we lose the care of business in pride of country and forget Chicago self in tbo thought of a flag Â¬ Â¬ Williams Little aM i a Third Street OWENSBORO KENTUCKY Inter Ocean Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ conversation and printed in interviews nnd editorials In tho papers that better roads are very nooessary but that they aro too expensive The community is too poor to do anything and thero tbo matT tor ends This need not be so says Tho L A W Bulletin Thero is hardly a town or county in this country in whioh the monoy now nnnnally expended is not sufficient to procure wuoh better road surfaoos than uow exist while a very slight increase in oxpondlturo would mako great improvements possible Road taxes must bo paid in money and not In labor Good results have never boon obtaluod by working out road taxes and It is not in tho nature of things that they should bo What Â¬ ever is to be spent on tho roads must be available for uso in the employment of experienced holp under intelligent su pervision Proper grading must bo secured hills reduoed and fillings made until no steep bill exists that tho farmer must load for evory timo ho hauls over tho road Tho bod must be thoroughly drained or a good surfaoo will bo impossible and the surface must enable tho water to flow off roadily Nothing ruins a road so quiokly as wator standing on it or soaking iuto it Tho roadbed must bo crowned enough to shed water and must be kept in con- Â¬ dition by a system of regular repairs and continuous oversight After a good surfaoo is secured by tbo above methods It must be preserved and maintained by permitting only tho uso of wide tires on heavily laden veblolos thereby continually rolling and improv- Â¬ ing it Â¬ Websters Apostrophe to the Tlaz Wbon my eyes Bball bo turned for tho last timo to tho sun in heaven let their last foeblo and lingering glance behold tho gorgoous onsign of the republic now known and honored throughout tho earth its arms and trophies streaming in their original luster not a stripe erased or polluted not a singlo star ob- Â¬ scured spread all over in characters of living light blazing on all its ample folds as they float over tho sea and over the laud and in every wind nnder the whole hoavens the motto Liberty and Union now and forever ono and insep- Â¬ Daniel Websters Reply to arable Hayne 1880 The Wright Side s YRUPINDIGESTION N PEPSI CURES OR CALDWELLS B Heston Willis Co tv In every trouble thero is something that may bo seized upon to lift us to a higher level that may perhaps bo used to lead us to success Road Xotes YOUNG MAN Tho Good Roads association has form ed 27 branch sections of that organisa Â¬ tion on Long Island alone Tho city of Louisville will expend 82000 on Its streets during the com Â¬ Dont let the expense scare you ing year England has 186000 miles of nasi The cost of Queenswarc Glassware whioh have cost tho government 160 Groceries and other household nec- Â¬ 000000 in the past 200 years essities is lower than ever before We can set you up in the above GET MARRIED X One Minute Cough Cure That Is whet It was made for cures QUARTERLY REPORT OP TUB mentioned lines cheaper than any one else Ask your married friends is this not so BRECKINRIDGE CLOVERPORT KY BANK Ari ABsi aVsT sfcssaB sVW J AB t TM- Â¬ The Leading Specialists of America MKK 20 YEARS 250000 IN OHIO CURED At the close of business on the 30th day of June 1808 ItESOURCKS Loans and discounts lessloans to directors Loans to officers Overdralls unsecured Due from National banks Si66 as Due Irom state banksand bank Â¬ ers 1109061 Danking house and lot Other real estate U S Ilonds Other stocks sod bonds Specie Currency Furniture and Fixtures Debts in suit HOUSEWIVES Wc have a large line of Fruit Jars and Cans for sale cheap We mention this as a reminder as the canning season has opened Lamb Copper Colored 7J9 3 ifiogto M79 3 Splotches There is only ono euro for Contagious Blood Poison tho disease which has completely bullied the doctors They are totally unublu to cure it and direct their efforts toward bottling the poison up in tho blood and concealing it from view 8 8 8 cures the disease posi Â¬ tively und permanently by forcing out every trace of tho taint 1 was afflicted with a terrible blood disease Wblcb was In spots at tlrst but afterwards epreau an over my uoay Ihese soon brokeout Into sores and It is easy to Imagine the suffering I lord Chathams Words WE CURE EMISSIONS Nothlnir can La more demoralising to young or mlddle ated men than thepres They enco ol these nuthtly losses of disgust and n whole train of symptoms Thoy unfit a man for business married urs ana social nappiness no matter whether causod by evil habits in youth natural weakness or sexual excesses our flew Method Treatment will positively cure you 76aj753 Well might Lord Chatham proclaim from bis placo in tho parliament of History my lords has Great Britain boon my fuvorito study and in tho colo- Â¬ bratod writings of antiquity I havo of- Â¬ ten admired tho patriotism of Greece aud Romo but I must deolaro aud avow that in tho muster statos of tho world I do not kuow tbo people nor tbo senate who in such a complication of difficult oircumstaucos can stand in preference to the dolegatos of America assemblod in general congress at Philadelphia Lafayettes Prayer May this immense temple of freedom ever stand n lesson to oppressors an example to the oppressod a Bauotuary for the rights of mankind and may theso happy United Statos attain that complete sploudor and prosperity whioh will illustrate tho blessings of their government and for ugos to come rejoioo tbo dopurtod souls of Its foundorsl Ltv fayettos Farewell Speech to tho Ameri Â¬ can Congress Celebrating the Fourth laration of Independence is said to have Ono of the men who slgnod the Dec Â¬ 300000 10 soo 00 30816 7j isoaoo m- - 170000 931700 1637 NO CURE NO PAY j 00000 Header you need helD Early abuse or you iater excesses may have weakened You may have diseased you aro not safo till cured Our New Method will cure you You run no risk i44 37ti0j4J 3 YOUNGL franRSS3 And older LIADIUTIKS Capital stock paid In la cash Surplus fund Undivided pnfitk Duedepoii 01 s as follows via 1 Dt posits luljectto check on which Interest Is not paid 8370773 Time certificates ofdepolt on which interest Is paid 9j801i Unpaid Dividends Fund to pay taxes 45100x0 1000000 3813a endured before I be came convinced that the doc tors could do no good 1 had spent a hundred dollars which was really mrown away i men tried various patent medicines but they did not reach the disease When I had flnlshod my first bottle of 6 8 8 I was greatly Improved and was delighted with the result The lame red splotches on my chest began to grqw paler and smaller and I regained before long disappeared entirely my lost weight became stronger and my ap greatly Improved I was soon entirely petite well and my skin as clear as a piece of glass 11 L MriEi loo Mulberry St Newark N J Â¬ Younir Bran You are rale feeble and hacgardi nervous Irritable and excitable You become forgetful morose and despondent i blotches and pimples sunken eyes wrinkled race stooping form and downcast countenance reveal tho blight of your existence Â¬ 250000 CURED all a tho tftblowtue miner with the national ohai- ontsajjU the Sevres wofks m 17051116 mm vvr nwayw WECURE VARICOCELE Vn mntta hm KArlmia TAur esia fnav be or bow long you may have had It our NfeW MKT1IOD TUKATMKNT will euro it Tho wormy veins return to Ibclr normal condition ana nence tnoÂ¬ sexual organs receive proper nourish ment The organs become vltallied all unnatural drains or losses cease and loanly powers return Ho temporary UfillVUi UUI IVtlllUU VUIB MUIWI NO OlKllA NO CUllH NO 1AY NO DElEN TION NKiUSSAIlY VHOJfllUaiNESS TION 1104 00 663 77 theirrej Belts to wear withS Waists that has ever befWteLthe wares this city rjrPHHHfeJ Call and see our selection They are exquisite in their lMy- terjve have the im- - Â¬ c9mfa bywds cided change in the manner of the oele- oration but none In tin fs FcjiELT vboetablb and la the only Inspired It Poster sshHsM aYc fSSQLZWW9Xfm bloodi remedy guaranteed to contain no dovbtedly have tu potash mercury or other mineral him Miserly quest w- Books on the disease and it treat M to the oelebrtv ZZaT men mailed free by Swift SpMifloOeu stf SBsSyy I I without bU M7 i MafV9 I V Atlant Georgia t tspwered Kxtf XIlk Dont destroy all possible chance of a expressed tbo desire that he might rise cure by taking the doctors treatment from his gravo a hundred yoars later to of mercury and potash Theso minerals witness the manner In which posterity cause tho hair to fall out and will obsorved the Fourth of July If his wreck tho entire system wish could have been gratified the ven erable patriot would have found a de CURES GUARANTEED We treat and euro SYPHILIS IMPOTKNUY OTKCT IIMISiilONS BKMI- BTUIQTUUK YAllICOOKLK UO IBULTATIOl diseases 1100KB VI IKK KRKE U1IAKU1 I f unable to call write MODKIUTK for a OlltHTlON JJbAJKK IDT UU TllUATMHMT SSSBlood Â¬ naii nky lAiaana jjiaduku anu k ha pri m vrri v Kennedys rr lsIaassuXM OM BBS SBBB1 SBS XHEt4 County cl Breckinridge A B Skillman cashier of Breckinridge Bank a bank located and doing business at No Wall street In the city ot Cloverport in said county being duly sworn saya that the foregoing report Is la all re Â¬ spects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close of business oa the 30th day of June Itjl to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says thsl the business of said bankhas been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made In compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the jothday of June ifryS as the day on which such report shall be made A B Skiuman Cashier W II Bowmis I Directors LTS Suasciibed and sworn to helots we by A B Skuimsn cashier the th day of July ilM Chas H Vkuxman N C 16 loss IouinlMfc sxplres J Stats or Kurrucv I i7l345 QQ Heston rH 1 Willis Co VNDHirr J 122 W FOl OINOII r s YRUP PCPSII1 oonKs ooMTiiwrtNa DR CALDWELLS sail f