You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1898 brc1898071301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Tw m V vr -- 3 il JfffiPtQINm V THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NElWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 13 1898 NO 52 Royal make tha lood pure wholeaome and dillcloui DONS DEMORALIZED Americans Advanced on Santiago Un STABBING A PRETTY WEDDING A Prominent Couple United in -Wednesday Marriage- AFFRAY Serious Encounter Between Iellinerent Farmers July C was the occasion of the very pretty afternoon wedding of Miss Mltta McCubbins of Stepheusport and Mr Godfrey Haswell of Hardlns burg which waa solomnized at tho Bap Â¬ tist church in Stephensport at half past officiating MlBses STIRRING SIGHTS Witnessed at the Landing of United States Troops On Cuban Soil Fight Occurred In the Falls of two oclock Rdv Ferrel The bridesmaids were Rough Neighborhood Fallb ok at the Pretty Village of Daiquiri AND Leila CUBAN der Feeble Fire RouauJuly 11 Special J i m SPANISH SOLDIERS RETREATING BELATED LOCALS- Gregory Gibson Shoe soles Dottle goods Gregory Gibson of Louisville Mr John Lawson is The Town Completely Surrounded by Uncle in Blue Sams Brave Boys is SPANISH SOLDIERS THIRST FQR WATER Tisltlng relatives in the city Miss Stella Wcatherholt has almost re- Â¬ covered from an attack of chills Mis Oscar Holmes has been quite ill with neuralgia of lungs aud stomach Little Miss Lucy Caley is visiting her cousin Miss Addle Frlel of Victoria William R Wilson of Louisville spent Sunday in the city with relative Death took away Friday the three monthB old Infant son of Mr and Mrs Sam Blshoff Suffering SB i James Buckby ongineer on the Hen- Â¬ derson Route is quite ill at the resi- Â¬ dence of Mr and Mrs Fred May Sr For 10O U S broad tags Suliers will get you either a cup saucer and plate or a meat dish or a cream pitcher or a vege- Â¬ table dish There are any number of roads lead Â¬ WashingtonD CJuly 123pm Special to the News General ing into this city that by all means Â¬ should be given immediate attention beShatter cabled to the war department today that he had observed the fore fall The road supervisors should truce up to yesterday evening when he stopped the attack on Santiago see that Cloverport be given some advan Â¬ tage of the new machines to allow the Spanish commander time to consider the demand for sur- Â¬ Terribly in the Beleagured m City render The American forces advanced steadily upon the city yesterDeserters from the day nndcr a very feeble fire from the Spaniards arc being demoralized by the enemy report that the Spanish troops strength of our attack They arc retreating slowly before our firing lines and it is only by the heroic efforts of ther officers that the Spanish Devote Several Hours to Hero Worship soldiers can be kept at work behind the defenses Â¬ PATRIOTIC LADIES Flags and Bunting Mnke Beautiful Decorations Irvinoton Ky July 12th 1898 The following account was sent the Kxws by a guest of the B V R 0 On Friday afternoon July 8 1898 the last meeting for the year of the B V Reading Circle waa neld at the beautiful home of the Misses Greenwood The program as published in the News was Playa Del este off Santiago July 12 Special the News patriotic The exercises were opened with that The American lines now entirely surrround Santiago investing the city completely and corking Linares and his army up as completely as was soul stirring song The Star Kprangied Banner rendered with spirit by the Ceveras fleet in the bay The bombardment of Santiago did great Misses Henderson Mrs Moorman and damage to the city and the misery of the troops within its fortifications others after which waa roll call with patriotic quotations led by Mrs Piggott is intensified by their awful thirst for water The distress caused by Mrs Bennetts very apt quotations being famine is terrible and it is believed that the city cannot hold out much Commodore Ferrys memorable words We have met the enemy and they longer and that its surrender will be forced by the tortured troops with- Â¬ are ours many others were quite as in its walls The capitulation of Santiago is looked for today appropriate then that grand old hymn America that is so dear to the hearts of every American waa well rendered In the choice of American heros Lin coin and Lee come in for a large share with Paul Jones and Hobson of more recent date I must not forget to montlon the legions rallying song March on Brave Lads Then came a spirited discussion What Shall we do With Our Foreign Conquests led by Mrs Wathen and Mrs McGIothlan in which the president and all Joined The last hour was lively Indeed and in my humble Judgement might have been listened to with benefit by the wise ones of the nation And last but not least was the refreshments presided over by Miss Maggie Greenwood The floral decorations were red cannas and pond lillles in great profusion tied with blue ribbon The national colors were artistically carried out in menu and service I have never seen more beauti- Â¬ ful hospitality and am sure the circle will always be glad of an opportunity to meet with the ladies Surrender Expected Today stabbid John Clarence Beauregard Hale it is feared mortally Mr Beaure Â¬ gard did it we are told in defending his own life John Hale is a tenant on Mr Beauregards farm The report is that Hnle tried to take one of Beauregards hoist b from the stablo by force that is Beauregard ordered him not to take the horse out that he wished to use it himself that day Hale replied that he would take the horse and as he was a much larger and more powerful man he gathered hold of Beauregard to beat him then feeling the stab from Beauregards knife he released him though as Beau- Â¬ regard backed away from him he drew his knife but contented himself by hurl- Â¬ ing rocks at the retreating man till a neighbor ran to them and assisted Beauregard to escape from the shed where he was completely hemmed in Then the neighbors assisted Mr Hale lo reach his house and as soou as possible It Is also a physician was procured reported that Hale drove Beauregard off the farm the night previous and that he took refuge with a neighbor It scorns that he felt by his superior strength and size that he could take pos session of the Beauregard farm and all and ubo them to suit bis own pleasure and The stabbing affair oc- Â¬ convenience curred Monday July 4th At last ac- Â¬ NEW INDUSTRY counts there was no hope of Hales life as he was cut in the abdomen the spleen F T Heyser Manufactures Seed Mr Beauregard is a was penetrated Cleaners batchelor John Hale has a wife and five children It is quite a distressing A new industry has been opened up affair It ocrured on the farm about a in Cloyerport by F T Heyser He has mile and a half from Rock Vale purchased the right to manufacture and sell the Bearfoot Fan Mill in ten coun- Â¬ PAID THE PENALTY ties in this state The Fan Mill is a splendid invention one that enables Tom Hayden Hanged at Hartford He farmers to clean and separate all seed Murdered an Inoffensive from a bean down to a mustard seed It is simple in its construction and every Negro Girl farmer that sees it realises its value the Hartford July 11 For the brutal of Mr Heyser has engagedwork services Eugene Kingsbury and has be- Â¬ col- Â¬ murder of Bena Logan 17 years old gun on a hundred of the machines Two ored on October 20 1897 Tom Hayden also colored was banged here today in finished mills are turned out a day and Mr the court house yard Tho execution are disposed of as fast as made Heyser has six agents in the field who took place at 10 and was one of the most orderly executions ever witnessed in are selling the mills at 12 apiece Kentucky Installation of Officer Sheriff Stevens had everything in read Â¬ At the last regular meeting of PoBt iness for the execution A strong guard Ruling No 670 the following officers had been kept around the scaffold and were Installed J G Barry W R Eli enclosure all day Fully Ave thousand jab Gtbson W V R E Galloway W were crowded around the Jail the road C A A Lalleist W R O W Ham the court house yard and the trees man W T S It Berry W Mj II around the Jail were all full tut the Armstrong W W C AV Wilson I S crowd was orderly and well behaved H L Stadert S V Berry Berry O S The trap was swung at 1001 oclock W T Dr A A Simons M D and at 10 13 the body was ordered cut down by the physicians A MYSTERY Â¬ Â¬ Klncheloe and Lizzie Kskridge Messrs M Hayncs andL B McCubbins acted as ushers while little Esther Payne and Master Robert Willie Vaughn presaged the brightness of the future for the happy pair by scattering flowers alona their path Helm Vaughn and Hilliard Biggs were the ribbon boys The Wedding March from Memdelssohn aud charming interlude were artistically ren Â¬ dered by Miss Katie Eakrldge of liar dlnsburg The bride in her handsome costume of white satin with which a veil was worn waa looking her prettiest while her attendants were charmingly gowned in white organdie worn by one over pink and by the other over blue All carried bunches of white magnolias The church was tastefully decorated and the altar banked with flowers which the subdued lights rendered very effect lye Tho bride is the daughter of Mr G W McCubbins a merchant of Stephens port and is esteemed by a wide circle of friends for many lovely qualities The groom is the son of John P Haswell a highly respected citizen of Hardinsburg and is connected withhls father in busi Â¬ ness at that place Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party left for Hardinsburg where a reception was held Their friends Join in heartiest congratulations 7f POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL PONIES SOLDIERS lrom the New York bun Cuba Juno 24 The site of Baiquiri is superb It nestles under a hill of a thousand feet that goes up straight almost like the side of a house Upou the pinnacle of this eminence Is the blockhouse on which tho gunners of the New Orleans and other vessels tried skill Across a little bay to the west is another hill uneven in contour and of Baiquiri UKINO fOwOtll CO i HtW TOKK ON TO PORTO RICO the Guns Weve Got the Men Weve Got And By Jingo Weve Got the Money Too An Enjoyable Evening Ky July 11 A rare treat waa enjoyed by the ladies of the Foreign Missionary Society last Friday afternoon at the beautiful home of Mrs Percy Beard Although the afternoon was very warm yet almost every member was present besides sev- Â¬ eral visitors More than half the hour was given to the report of the annual meeting by Mies Tula Daniel which was intertainlng and edifying and a feast to our souls Upon adjournment our hostess announced that physical refresh Â¬ ing awaited us in the dining room to which we immediately repaired and found to our utter surprise a most beau- Â¬ tiful table filled with flowers ferns cakes and fancy ices To say we were pleased but half expresses it and the rapid dlsappearences of cake and ices spoke our appreciation and thanks to our kind hostess who heartily enjoyed en tertalning us IlAKUiNBDORa Hancock County Girl Leaves 11 Hone Hawksvillk Ky July Jennie Brown the beautiful daughter of George Brown a farmer living near Russells school house has mysterously disappear Â¬ ed from homeand her parents have no tidings of her It is thought she ran ofl with her lover Thomas Melton Attended Birthday Festivities W II Bowmer and family enjoyed a most pleasant visit with friends in Meade county in the past few days The family participated in the birthday festivities of Win Uaynes Sr at Milan Post office Mr Uaynes is a pioneer of this section of the state and was 82 years of age on his last birthday Thirty Thousand Soldiers Ordered to Move From Tampa The Tread of the Century New York Sun President Seth Low of Columbia Uni- Â¬ versity delivered yesterday at Cambridge Massachusetts to the Harvard Chapter July 12 3 p m Special to the News The inva- - of the Phi Beta Kappa Society an Rico has been ordered and troops are going to San Juan oration upon The Trend of the Cen- Â¬ liately The army of invasion aud occupation will number 30000 tury the opening sentence of whicii was The trend of the century shows a men and the lead will be taken by regiments of negro immunes Trans great increase of knowledge What in the name of Columbia port vessels and their consorts of war vessels arc reporting at Port Tam Â¬ scholarship is the trend of the cen Â¬ pa to take the army aboard tury and how does this trend show a great Incr ase of knowledge Trend la a nautical term expressing the bend or direction of a coast or edge of land lying next a body of water Latterly it has come Into use by Ill taught writers as denoting tho drift or general move ment of public opinion science and ir thinya of that kind but since It properly expresses not motion but merely shape this use is I b correct and unscbolerly To go further a President Low does and say that the tread of the century Madrid July 12 3 p m Special cable to the News Peace ru- Â¬ shows a groat increase of knowledge ia mors still continue to fly thick and fast here but they are discredited by nonsense However when an institution of learn Â¬ Sajfasta who declares that Spain will fight until the last drop of blood ing takes a man out of the wholesale tea The business and pels him at its headit U shed and the last farthing of national treasure is exhausted Must expeet Mw to talk eosanerljuul from the foreign embattles Â¬ PEACE THERE IS NO PEACE reports of peace come o4 ejaesleal XtaeJiek Patriotism Bubbled Over Bkwlkyvillk Ky July 11 The last meeting of the B V R O with Miss Greenwood was greatly enjoyed by all who attended Patriotism was to the SHACKLEFORD fore and discufeiou waxed warm I am Will Appoint 0U5 W Richardson of requested to ask all members to meet with Mrs Hawea Friday July 22nd to Aleade as Deputy discuss the advisability of supplementing Fuankkobt Ky July 10 The depu Â¬ the course for another year ties who will be named by Clerk of the Conmlitloners Recosunended Court of Appeals Shackleford when he Fourteen out of the seventeen mem Â¬ takes charge September 1 will nuinbt r at least two of his opponents in tho state bers of the Democratic County Central Convention which nominated him The Committee met at Hardinsburg last Chiet Deputyship with a salary of 2600 Thursday and named Hon D II Severs will go to R L Greene of Kenton Hon Tice Jolly and Rufus St Clair as The their choice for the Democratic county county present chief deputy second at 2000 will go to Mr Gus W election commissioners as provided by Richardson of Meade county The third law or 1500 place it is understood will be Will So a Joyous Event filled by Mr B J Magoffin Jr of liar The ladles of Stephensport will give Â¬ rodsburg The latter is Mr Shackel Hon A Adams au ice cream supper at the city hall on fords brother-in-lapresent Clerk of the Court of Appeals Saturday evening July 10th for tne will retire from the office September 1 benefit of the Baptist church of that place All are cordially invited to at Â¬ having served nearly seven years tend Refreshments of the nest qualitv music and an agreeable evening to all Fine Harvest Holt Ky July 12 The wheatthreah Failed te Pass Ing of this bottom is progressing finely Goodnight of the Nkwb who went Ed and the yield while uot as good in some instances as was expected taken in all Is to Lexington to Join the Fourth Ken Â¬ very good being somewhat near an tucky regiment failed to pass the physi Â¬ average of 20 bu per acre Parsons A cal examination falling short of the re Â¬ Roberts threshing machine men have gular else and weight and was rejected bees doing Abb work since the wheat He is back at work on the paper baa dried out threshing some over 1000 bushels la a day last week at Mr Gross kill Ilu Vtl Ibat IWn JLmiU p XmmIU PViSJei in nenv They are clever men and have a good Nfutsn psaehlM w yar IVORIA wtn e6ej saddle shape and in the background a chaos of peaks rises sheer and rugged their sides where not heavily wooded showing a growth of emerald green grass In the middle ground is a valley through which runs a mountain stream of crystal clearness over pebbles and ledges Dotting the park like floor of the valley may be seen the graceful cocoanut palm which produces nuts iu abundance to the delight of the Boldiere who have novor had cocoanuts before for the mere effort of picking them up from the ground A hatchet or a machete is needed to cleave the outer covering from tho nuts Many of them aro full of milk cool and refreshing The soldiers drink it freely without injury It is not Uncle Sams soldiers who catch the eye of the correspondent iu this semi tropical yalley singular as the sight is but the tatterdemalion patriots foot and horse The horses are the soniest nags ever seen in an army Compared with them Don Quixotes Rosinante must have been a steed of blood and spirit Most of these Cuban horses are not much larger than a don key aud scarcely heavier Thin as a lath and wearyeyed they excite compassion as loaded down with a soldier and his equipment or almost burled under a load of grass thev plod on their way Such n thing as getting a gallop out of them would seem to be out of the ques tion The foot soldiers are In many casea no more impressive than the horses but it is plain that they are terribly in earnest They are seldom seen to smile aud they turn out for some foray or march with the seriousness of men who are willing to lay down their lives for the cause Cuba Libre were the last words of a patriot soldier as ho fell forward on his face after being accidently shot the other day by his commander whom he recognized even as he died Few of these men who never receive pay and are fighting for a principle as heroically as the American patriots of 1775 have shoes Some of them wear a sort of san Â¬ dal tied by strings or thongs to the foot but many tramp barefooted over the m untains The negro or half breed predominates in the army of this part of Santiago de Cuba He seems content to fight on an empty stomach and in rags that hardly a scavenger would wear Often ids breast is bare and he has but one sleeve lo his shirt Strings are more common than buttons on his uniform of white cotton aud his hat is straw or felt according to his luck It is usually turn- Â¬ ed up at ttie side to make a surface for a little Cuban flag The coming of the American army was a godsend to these simple folk One of them a wounded Sergeant being asked what he thought of the disembarkation of 10000 American soldiers said Well we were happy to be able to hold the Spaniards In check in the province but think iiow happy we are to know that Cuba will now turely be free The spectacle of the disembarkation and the landing of stores at Baiquiri was one which can never be forgotten by those who witnessed it All along the coast hereabouts the waves dashing on rocky ledges send up geysers of spray In the little bay at Baiquiri a surf rolls up tho beach even on calm days The water is blue to which no comparison could do Justice Contrasted with tho whiteness of the surf it seems almost to stain the air In this bay of tossing Mashing water the transports ran in as near shore aud as thick as was safe and the soldiers runuing dovn tho ladders lowered for them crowded into ship boats which were towed to the barge dock by launches belonging to the war vessels Each soldier Bat with a gun up right between his knees and with ids blanket roll around his shoulder Arrived at tbe dock there was a scramble tap from the swaying boat to got on the toil of Cuba after eight days of confinement and bad air below decks on the trans ports The Joy of the soldiers can be imagin ed Sometimes the lighter Laura with a sea of faces on her brought up at the dock For two days the sea was covered with boats coming and going the trans Â¬ ports swinging and rolling in tho swells As fast as the troops landed thoy lined up aud marched to the flats In the val Â¬ ley where a camp site was assigned to them Only shelter touts were put up Dark of Wednesday saw the valley lit AH the time day and with campUres night the work of landing stores went on a flat car on the single track railway being used Not even heavy rain Inter Â¬ rupted it The horses and mules were pushed down an Inclined plank Into the sea to swim for shore On some ships Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ there was no plank and then the beasts were pushed into the sea It was a curious sight to watch their heads rising with the swell and disappearing in the trough as they swam in Olten they turned back before getting their feet and in some cases headed for the open sea swimming round the transports A score of horses were lost by drown- Â¬ ing although boats wore out la turn them in The mules ecemed to have endurance and to understand better what was wanted of them Very few of them were drowned The army remain Â¬ ed in camp at Baiquiri hut one night On Thursday most of the soldiers who had been landed marched under Gen Law ton to Siboney five miles nearer Santiago and it was given out that Siboney was to be the base The dis- Â¬ mounted Third Sixth and Ninth Cavalry remained to guard tho stores and hold Baiquiri A GREAUOSS to His Robert Tobin Gathered Fathers A Pioneer Citizen and Successful ness Man Busi- Â¬ Another pioneer in the person of Rob Â¬ ert Tobin lias passed away Robert Tobin was born in Perry coun- Â¬ ty Indiana iu 1815 He was the son of Judge Tobin an original settler of Indi Â¬ ana and after whom Tobinsport was named The deceased was eighty three years of age at the time of his death which was due largely to senile decay For many years he has been identified with the commercial interests of Clover port aud Perry county Ind He was a large land holder and was as thorough a business ma i as farmer Ho waa glfud with splendid abilities and possessed qualities that went to make up a splen Â¬ did character He was honest in every relation of life and possessed the esteem confidence and respect of all who knew him The funeral took place Saturday and was one of the laigest that has ever been solemnized in this section Friends from this city nnd from all parts of Per Â¬ ry county attended The deceased was a nninber of the Masonic Lodge of Rome aud that body had charge of the obsequies Mr Tobin was vice president of the Breckenridge bank of this city and wus a valued officer DEATH SENTENCE be Hanged For Rape Bob Blanks Will JIayfikld Ky July 11 Bob Blanks tho negro rapist will hang The jury re- Â¬ turned verdict at 10 oclock this morn Â¬ ing finding film guilty of rape on the per Â¬ son of Tenule Bailey white under twelve yeare Blanks was brought from Jail by the military guard to hear the verdict in the court room The jude passed sentence of death on Blanks at once fixing the day of execution for August 20 169S Nearly Drowned Sterret a young son of Wm Ashby met with a narrow escape from drown Â¬ ing the other day He was fishing in the pond at Highland nursery with his little brother and fell in Tho alarm was given by the brother and Mr Ashby who was working near came to the rescue After Sterret had been taken from the water it was with difficulty ho waa resuscitated After regaining consciousness he in Â¬ quired Pupa why didnt you pull your clothes ofl THE MARKETS Reported by Heston Willis Company Chickens 8c Eggs 8c Cabbage le toljc Potatoes 00c Onions 76c Corn 8o to 10c dozen Beans 6c gallon Green Apples 40c Peaches none in market Yellow Root 20c to 25c Ginseng large root 260 May Apple Root 2c They WIH Ploale The scholars of the Methodist Sunday school with their parents and frieade will spend Thursday plcniclng at Tar Springs The Short Line train has bee donated by the manager KJB5 WWE TH BRECKENRIDGE Ins D BeKaKtHltoK AT THE Q ELKWB J Tf TW3- - TV14VM TWWarW Xami inw 1 VVF NEWS FrtprUtri k Vi Q Bafcbagi Editor and 13 WEDNESDAY JULY llo8 SIX PAGES Vale I Qukkn Lil This swallowing of Hawaii baa filled a long folt want n To a man up a tree the controversy Is in Bad need of a censor Bradley-Cas-tlema- Things are coming our way bo unani- Â¬ mously that even Cameras fleet has joined in the procession Richard Hardino Davis should thank his lucky star that the fool killer is too busy with the Spaniards to attend to his case Ceres the Goddess of Plenty stubbed her toe on a cloud and accidently emp Â¬ tied the contents of her cornucopia on Breckenridge county this year For the benefit of Emperor Billy Hohenloo of Germany we will state that Uncle Sams navy consiits of 295 vessels Furthermore it is a dan Â¬ of all classes gerous buzz saw to monkey with The public ought to extend the Ken Â¬ tucky Press Association a rising vote of thanks for being so considerate as to bring back with them so large and de- Â¬ lightful a consignment of Mackinac weather Manifest Destiny has had its Inninga and the flag that was hauled down by Grover Cleveland in Hawaii in April 1803 is floating to the breeze over that Island in July 1897 Verily this is a great year for old glory Admiral Dewey is an elder in the Presbyterian church and maintains a Christian Endeavor Society aboard the flagship Ulympia It is his doctrine that what is to be will be and it was at Manila An Old Maids Convention was held at Noimlt Wis last week at which ways arid means were discussed for mak ing themselves more popular with tho sterner uex We suggest that they be born againand the second time in Ken- Â¬ tucky Â¬ Bostons fear stricken citizens can fin d a grain of comfort lu the probability that the phantom Spanish fleet hovering off the new E lgland coast will observe the fitness of thing and bombard the city with codfih balls propelled by explosive force gun nriUnd from baked beans THE DEUT STATE A1ENT Decrease In June In Treasury Reserve 10688267 Cash Including dold 205657570 w Jr Jkmw f I I r Sleep on tweet babe forebodings yield to cheerful and AnJUkethy retl hopeful anticipations she passes God called thee homo When he thought beet through the ordeal quickly and Post Is Erudite without pain is left strong and The Breckenridgo News recently pubGLENDEANE lished a number of stanzas descriptive of vigorous and enabled to joyously war taken from Forcythe Wlllsons perform the high and holy duties Miss Beaste Moorman is visiting rela now devolved upon her Safety famous poem In Stato written thirty to life of both is assured by the lvea in Irvington five years ago and pronounced by Emer Mothers Friend and Wado Pyle of Buras was In Glen son one of the great oems of the war use of the time of recovery shortened deaue the Fourth Our Northern exchanges among them Â¬ Â¬ Washington July 11 The debt state mant IsHued by the Treasury Department to day sboivs that in the month of June tho debt of the United States decreased 10CSS2i7 The debt bearing no inter-c-b- t and on which interest had ceased Bince maurity was dt creased 78502 and interest iit aring debt increased the cash in the Treasury increased 002755 The debt on June 30 stood as follows Interest bearing debt 847367 470 dt 1 1 on which interest has ceased debt bearing no interest SlS02lSi 381112 012 Total 11232743000 The caah in the Tieasury is made up Gold 202825- of tho following items 040 silver 515020000 paper 77477 Total 705 otler cash 40133817 Against this thero are 835460507 outstanding gold certificates 37420149 silver certificates 308650500 certificates of deposit 20005000 Treasury notes of 1800 101207280 other liabil ities 00020003 leaving a balance in- Â¬ cluding the 100000000 gold reserve of 205057570 The receipts of the Government for the fiscal year ended yesterday were Customs 149810504 internal revenue 109043040 and miscellaneous 84748 an increase 647 a total of 404511081 over the receipts of tho previous year of Tho expenditures were 57320353 443375387 an increase of 77507551 compared with the expenditures of tho previous year and leaving a deficit of Compared with the pre- Â¬ 38804300 vious year the expenditures for the army increased 13010540 and tho navy 24 duo large Â¬ 202075 a total of 0730202 ly to the war The coinage of the mints for tho fiscal year ended yesterday was 117505183 pieces valued at 72409033 Of gold 4897332 pieces were coined valued at 0i53i8t5 of silver 30810812 pieces valued at 10485584 and to minor coins 72887030 pieces valued at 189484 The total amount of national bank notes in circulation on June 30 was 227810702 a decreaso of 3530424 as compared with the satuo date of prd vlous year -Â¬ Â¬ made a lasting Impression upon one On June 20 at 7 45 the death angel visited the home of Air and Mrs Wil- Â¬ allays Nervousness and so assists liam Brumfleldand took from them their Nature that the change goes for- Â¬ youngest son Horace Junior aged 2 Weep not dear father and ward in an easy manner without months such violent protest in the way of mother for little Horace is safe in the XMausea Headache lite uloomy arms of his Father All effort should be made Mr BUI French the mall carrier from to smooth these rugged places in lifes pathway for her ere she Harned paid Ills parents a visit Inst week presses to her bosom her babe His stay was quite short but while here few moet gratified to know our old friend wlth much success Southern wotnon and Loutsvllio wo- Â¬ men especially aro much admired in And Items of Interest to Bran Â¬ New York and In the eat generally A denburg a Washington Colonial reception last week my old friend Mrs L G Quinlin Â¬ Entcrtalnly Discussed Dy An Accom nee Miss Mary Amis was voted one of tho handsomest and most charming plished Correspondent She Is a sister of John W Green who is well known here and in Meade county ENJOYMENT OF AN HOUR his father having died heie A true lady never makes personal Skiff riding Just now is enchanting remarks she never deals in disagreeablo Services at all the churches last Sun Â¬ conversation she never brings up past day offenses She knows if she does that it Miss Mary Taylor la in Elizabothtown is all attributed to envy jealousy and unhappy experience of her own A for n stay Mrs King and Mies Ethel have true good woman always carries a man Â¬ tle of sweet charity to envelop and hide returned home misdemeanors and thoughtless mistakes A O Burton and Mr V D Ash Mr If we would only remember it we could craft are at the National capital all be kept exceedingly busy dusting our Miss Mamie Hunt has had a pleasant own belongings and standing on the visit to her aunt Mrs James Bland watchtowor ready to correct our own Dink Price leia Owensboro to visit errors Lead us not Into temptation Mrs Ina McMonigle and Mrs S C is easily uttered but hard to practice Malin A friend asks Will you givo a list of Mrs Geo Frymlre spent last week the ten best short poems I will say with her parents Judge J F Woolfolk that nobody really knowns which are and wife the ten best short poems and fudging The Meade Messengers hot shots from all the Hats Ive seen opinions from Sam Jones were his best and differ widely on this Important subject should be preserved Lifes readers however decided on the It will ever remain a mystery to mo following in 1897 and for which a pre why people will accept imagined slights mium was awarded to wit 1 Grays Elegy Dont expect them 2 Tbanatopais The weather for several days has been 3 Psalm of Life most delightful and the seekers of 4 The Itayen pleasure were more than satisfied 5 Charge of T he Light Brigade Misses Jennie Hurley of New Albany G The Skylark Livandais New Orleans and Josephine 7 The Chambered Nan til us La are visiting Miss Lula Lewis 8 Maud Mullor Father Whalen had mass at an early Bridge of Sighs hour Monday morning He is very po- Â¬ 10 Burial of Sir John Moore pular here with all denominations The authors of these poems themselves Miss Eula Dowden will spend the are all familiar summer in Sebree with her uncle Dr J It seems almost a miracle to us whose R Dowden Eula is one of our brightest memories extend back beyond the Civil girls war to think of a grandson of Gen Miss Agnes Malin will come up from Grants fighting under a Lee or side by Owensboro this week accompanied by side with one the younger generation some young lady friends to visit Mr and cannot imagine as we what a wonderful Mrs W II Gough Oh I how deep how last change it is Miss Mary Clary of Illinois is visit Â¬ ing were those wounds I and now how ing her Ditto relatives here Her father tho wounds are all healed huw those was a son of Mrs Frank Ditto who was fierce passions are quelled All animo- Â¬ a Mrs Dr Clary sities are forgotten and forgiven for we Jones aro side by side again under the stars Misses Hattie Warfield and of Ekron attended Mrs Mooremens and stipes while Grant and Lee are party and several young men whose looking down congratulating the north and south and our whole country upon names I did not gather being united as never before bince that resMr Doc Withers a most highly pected citizen died at his home near great conflict which shook this nation to Muldraugh last week He had a sum- the very point of everlasting dissolution Â¬ mer hotel at Twin Caves and a large Let us thank God for this universal outburst ol patriotism and good feeling even fruit farm and was a valuable man at this dark hour of blood shed and Frank Mercer of HardinBburg is yielding up of noble liven expected today to visit Miss Lillian Child brides are becoming more and IMiodeB They will spend tho day at Sulphur Well with a party and to be more out of date as we think about it entertained Monday night at Mrs Our mothers and grand mothers as a usual thing met their mates and married Moremens them while still at school and often Mrs Jesse Malin will arrive this week according to tradition their first loDg from Vine Grove to spend sometime frock was their wedding robe Things with her parents Mr and Mrs James have changed The girls of eighteen Lewis Their daughter Mrs George today has hardly finished school seldom Woolfolk of East St Louis is also in society and rarely ever marries till expected she lias tasted the joys of two or three Lawrence Lewis Bpent a day at home social seasons To be sure even last week He was called by telegram with this regime divorces are more com- Â¬ Co Cincinuati to mon but then thoy are less frowned to his house Davis take a trip to Georgia for fruit now in upon Even a broken engagement with Lawrence our ancestors was a stigma but some- Â¬ season there for shipment is in fine health and very much inter- Â¬ times it is a bleBsing in disguise The ested in his business moral then and now is simply to beware It is certainly not very dignified and is of impulsive betrothals BoyB and girls setting a rather to be regretted example scarcely out of their teens cannot have to young patriots the tilt between fixity of mind and the chances are that our Governor and Colonel Castle before the hymeneal altar is readied man High officials reputed gentlemen both will have seen their mistake Bet- Â¬ towards whom all eyes are turned I ter draw back there than to ruin two Publicity at least should havo been lives forever and ever suppressed SHILOH The party at Mrs Moremens was a pleasant aflair Her guests from LouIb Mrs Mary E Hix is very sick at this vllle are sweet attractive girls Today writing Monday they with Mrs Moremen as Thrashing and harvesting is the gener Â¬ chaperone will form a party with other al topic guests to Snlphur Well for a picnic A Tiie health of this neighborhood is not trip to Burning Well Saturday night very good at present was given in their honor Mr Byron Cart has secured the school I have the anniversary number of the Sebree Herald and a bright newsy sheet at the Roberts school bouse Miss Blanche Basham spent last Satur- Â¬ In its illustrated columns is an excellent picture of our cleyer friend Dr J R day with her aunt near Clifton Mills Dowden who recently moved there to Mies Nellie Basham is visiting her cousin Miss DaiBy Watlington of Look- Â¬ practice dentistry A true complimentary sketch of Ids life also We are out Miss Amy Kroush spent a part of last week with her sister Mrs Jacy Barr near Preston Bro Fallln has been conducting a ser Â¬ ies of meetings at the Roberts school to which the Expectant Mother is house for the past two weeks exposed and the foreboding and On night of the Fourth dread with which she looks for- Â¬ Miss the Pemberton gave us of July Pearl ward to the hour of womans pleasant entertainment which was a very enjoy Â¬ severest trial is appreciated by but LIVELY TOPICS A COUNTY SEAT What is Transpiring at Hard insbiirg Social and Local News of That Lively Town BILIOUS- Â¬ NESS boesee many a body and bur dona many a mind You cant onjoy the food you like because you are bilious You take all sorta of pre cautions and yet tho bilious attack leaps on you liko a tiger from ambush You know tho feeling I Tho blood Boeming on fire with a dull heat tho boring pains in the eyes tho bead seeming to open and shut tho hor- Â¬ rible nausea You know the irrita Â¬ bility which precedes and tho languor that follows tho attack Its miserÂ¬ able isnt it Why not euro tho trouble Theres a pill thatwill euro biliousness Dr JCAYERS PILLS aro an acknowledged specific for this Respect Your Feet If tizS4t ollfca tkaee that r Â¬ Kirk picnic next Saturday Jeff Dillon is on the sick list Robt Mattlngly has opened a butcher shop P M Beard went to Louisville last Friday Green W Beard and wife are at Gray- Â¬ son Springs Miss Alice Baker is at Glendeano visit- Â¬ ing Mrs Curtis John W Vest Oloverport was in town last Thursday derangement Miss Ada Beard returned Saturday A Swanger Teiarkana Tex from a visit to Irvington writes Tor fifteen years I have used Ayera Pills The Breckenridge boys who joined the and find them very effective in bilious com army write back for the Nkws pTalota I hare yet to see the case where they hare failed to cure Mrs George Squires had a light case of sun stroke one day last week Lee Moyer and Tom Blythe were out H Ymu arm BHIoum last week buying a car load of stock DO HOT FAIL TO The Bank of Hardinsburg will furnish revenue stamps to those desiring them Miss Jenelte Meyer of Wabash Ind is the guest of Mrs Robt McGuflln this week Mrs Milton Coke spent a few days Givefliem a cljinci at the and they will respect you comfort and ease that come from wearing Sell Shoes and you will fiud that the respect extends to your pocket book because Selz Shoes wear longer therefore cost lea man otners NEW LINES JUST RECEIVED The make it easy for us to fit you cost will be trifling but your comfort great 11 Salz Shut til jm tut ilitY ASK TO SEE OUR Sr s Tr AYERS PILLS 85c Oxford SIZES 2 TO 7 IN TAN AND BLACK Coin and Opera Toe Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE DANGER ed by all MOTHERS FRIEND last week visiting friends near Jolly Station Mrs P M Beard went over to Union they have appointed the above named Star last Saturday to visit her fathers gentlemen to act for them family The wheat threshing season is in full Miss Katie Eskridge came down last blast here now and there has not been week to attend the Haswell McCub such a crop raised in many years Pro- Â¬ bably the oldest mau In the wheat bins nuptals Hardin Beard was in town one day last threshing business at present is Richard week He still holds his position with Shellman He began wheat threshing in 1863 and there has not been a year the Standard Oil Company since when the crop amounted to any Â¬ Miss Nellie Henderson Irvington spent Monday and Tuesday here visiting thing that he has not been in it Ho has threshed more wheat and followed her sister Mrs Anion Kincheloe the machine longer than any other man Miss Bertie Foote daughter of Ed S in tho county Foote Owensboro spent Monday and Tuesday with Mrs V G Babbage ASHCRAFT Mrs Ed Wright and her sister Mrs Estel Sutton of Louisville aro visiting Farmers are all busy threshing thoir friends and relatives in this city The wheat crop is fine in this county Mrs Walter Campbell and son Bow D Asbcrafc went to Louisville on mer arrived last Saturday from Virginia businoes last Monday to visit her mother Mrs B Bowmer Mr Hardin Ashcraft who has been Old man Phillip Durham has been seriously ill is improving slowly sick some time His old age and feeble Mr Allen Richardson is all emiles He condition generally may prevent his re Â¬ has a fine boy born the 4th of July covery The ladles are very busy canning ber- Â¬ Clover Huller Save your second crop of clover for seod and have it hulled ries There is a nice crop Miss Lizzie Brown is looking very sad with Ball Frank and DeJernett Bridsell here of late as her beau has gone to tho Clover Huller E T Taber wife and children who war Mr Josepb Ashcraft filled bis regular live near Irvington were here last Sat- Â¬ urday to visit tiie family of his father appointment at Wolf Creek Saturday and Sunday Thomas Taber Mr Hilary Hardin one of Cloverports J M Parsons came over last Friday from Holt He has a big job of thresh Â¬ nicest young men visited Miss Matilde ing over there and he says they are Ashcraft last Sunday pleased with his work Misses Snyder and Dodd two baud Dr George Harris came up from the some ladies ot Ohio county aro visiting Falls of Rough last week to see John Mrs Danner this week Kincheloe Dr Harris is a young M D Rev A R Willett and wife aro ex Â¬ and will locate at the Falls pected in the community soon to visit Claud Mercer having enlisted in the their mother Mrs Jesse Ashcraft army Richard Adklsson Jr was elected There is a great deal of sicKness in the secretary of tho Democratic County county Mr Warde Brown has had five Committee at its last meeting cases of Typhoid fever and lost one child Mrs Frank Haswell Oloverport came The others are getting along very nicely up last Wednesday and was present at hope they will bo up soon the reception given by Mrs John P Haswell to her son Godfrey and wife LOOK OUT The Democratic Committee which met here last Thursday recommended Mr Henry Frencli paid his best girl a D II Severs Tice Jolly and James visit Sunday StOlair for county commissioners undor Born to the wife of George Wegnost a the new election bill girl June 20 th Our Ex clerk R S Skillman seems Mr J O Stiff filled his regular ap Â¬ much grieved over the probability of having to collect so many of his claims pointment Sunday evening Miss Girtie French in expected home by suit It appears that such a course from a visit of three weeks to her sister will bo unavoidable on his part Squire Mooreman of Glendeane was Mrs I B Payne Harned Ky here last week to get his roadworking LThe Rev T G Fallin has just closed a machine These machines are doing ten days meeting at Roberts bottom with good wherever used Charles Mattingly two conversions and the church greatly has worked the Leltchfield road af far as rovived West View Mrs J II Canary and brother J O During the meeting of the County Stiff haye returned from a visit to their Teachers Institute which convenes here parents at Hebbardsville Henderson next week Prof A O Barton will deliv Â¬ county er a lecture on What Is Man on Tues Â¬ The farmers of this community are day night and on Thursday night Prof very busy with harvesting and wo are A R Thomas will lecture on the subject glad to say tnoy aro having a good yield Jonathan In School to the acre Ben Ed Gray Bro have just opened Miss Ada Maxwoll paid her cousins and a new blacksmith shop at Harned station friends of this community a pleasaut If there is anything Ben Ed understands visit We regret her leaving so soon its how to run a shop successfully He Return again Miss Ada is the heartfelt will handle all kinds of farming imple wish of one we wonder who ments and fertilizers He wants all of his old friends to give him a call at his One Minute is not long yet relief is new stand obtained in half that time by the use of Mr and Mrs John P Haswell gave One Minuto Cough Cure It prevents their son Godfrey and his bride a re consumption and quickly cures colds sception last Wednesday evening Those croup bronchitis pneumonia lngrippe present were Misses Kate and Lizzie and all throat aud lung troubles Short Eskridge Leila Kincheloe Georgie Mc k Haynes Oubbius Messrs John P Haswell Jr Brown McCubblns Coleman Haswell and Mrs Frank Haswell The Republicans of this place have recommended SI Pate O E Haswell and Taylor Beard to act as Commissioners undor tho new election bill They have no love for the measure but as a saving clause asalnst anything that might arise Â¬ REDUCED FROM 125 THE FAIR tit a A Broken Sword Is more easily mended than a broken price We began a few weeks ago to cut the prices of goods on our shelves so as to turn them into cash S We find that We Must Still Cut Prices To carry out our plans f Vtf We will keep no spring or summer goods on our shelves for next season Bear this in mind We will sell all such stock at cost or less Heres Your Opportunity Everybody loves a bargain If you can get an 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 itby 3 Buying Your Goods at u JACOB MEYER GbIowaxe7e M BIG SPRING K JR SMkept Sevres works Me busi VW wr GEO YEAKEL 5c 75 pes Lawns Organ dies Crepe Mulls were sold at 10a and 15e as leng as they last at above pries GOS the New York Times do not recognize but are publishing it and croditing it to In the Breck Forcythe Wilson one 1 Louisville Post enridge News Its Colors Flying The Brkckbnbidok News one of the beat papers In the state had Its colors flying last week The American flag was printed on the firit pags in bright colon tad the paper In other respects wu Trv attractive La line Herald I know one lady tho mother of three children who suffered greatly iri the birth of each who obtained a bottle of Mothers Friend of me before her fourth confinement and was relieved quickly and easily All agree that their labor was shorter and less painful John G Polhiix Macon Ga 100 PER BOTTLH atull Druff Storaa or aont by oxpraaa on raoalpt of ploa AAWg Containing Inralaabta Information of to all woman will bo to Vacc rHCE anjr addrM upon application t Tmc BRABf iclb RcauuTenca Atlanta a Vernon Hunter of McDanlels was in Glendeane Saturday Miss Alice Baker of Hardinsburg is visiting Mrs Thomas Curtis Miss Alms Mattlogly is visiting the Misses Rhodes at McDanlels Miss Lutie Moorman Is expected home from quite a stay in Louisville and Riney- vllle Ky Easy t lie Midi to Take to Operate 4 50 SREGALS 10c Hartshorn shades com Â¬ plete with fixtures Worth deube the priee window 4 3c 100 198 Tow Are features peculiar to IToods nils Small Ja tastateaa efclcBt thorough Ai one man Linen Suit 25 pairs pes Lawns and Worth So latrt bars takaa a ml One Minute Coihgh Cure urw 4m4 tt wuaaaOa far That ewItteOIHooJaCo rropr ltor Lowell Tfca Hoods gSIl You Heverknow yon pill till It Is all nicely made good thing far hot weather Size 34 te 43 Cafiee Come auiet wont last leng Jl t aly Ult to tak with Hoods 0WMrilla in Ma aVllS Wool Kggi Ohloksna and all country produce ac highest market pric Watoi for otfr Bpoolals from time to time Geo Teakel Oo Brandenburg Ky iiadUl vfr THBl brrgkenridqr news gloyhrport ky Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 13 1808 frTFvm UPWiJUuy flpwjB 3 5XS STOP And Think a Moment Dont you need some kind of printing done Kii Are you not in need of v ffv LETTEK HEADS NOTE HEADS ORDER BLANKS or Commercial Printing of any kind in ftMfc Flrat Klphnnt In Americ- aIt Is not generally known that a former citizen of Owonsborohrought ncross tho ocean tho first olophant that wan over in America Tho nnmo of tho gentleman was Mosos Smith who atone tliuu owned u vast body of land from tho mouth of Panther crook up tho river embrac ing nearly nil tho present farms in tho neighborhood of Sorgho Mr Smith was at Paris with his brother and had moro mouoy than ho know what to do Ho told his brother that ho In- Â¬ with tended taking something to America that tho pooplo had never scon You had bettor buy an elephant said tho jocular brother and that was what Mosos did Ho picked out tho biggest animal ho could find and paid an enormous prlco for it Ho brought it to Now York whero it was n uiuo days wonder Lut tho owner soon found that ho had some thing worso than tho proverbial whlto elephant on his hands Ho tried to soil It but could find no buyor nud nt lost undertook to givo It nway In which ho was equally unsuccessful Finally ho found a man who agreed to pay him 1100 for it and this Individual put it on exhibition Ho wns so successful that ho went into tho show business and made a fortuno out of Mr Smiths folly Colonel Frank McKornnn of Adair villo is n grandsou of Mr Smith who lived to a groat ago at his homo in this county Owensboro Ky Inquirer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hows Thin I We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O We the undersigned havo known F J Cheney for the last fifteen years and bo llovo him perfectly honornblo in all bus iness transaction and financially abln to carrv out aiiv obliu ntimiH innitii tiv tlmlr firm I I Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole- Â¬ 0 Walding Kluiiau Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Price 7fo per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials rpo do Tlin Southern Croaa West I Satan at Camp Meeting Â¬ Is a Farmer A Business Man Wo think he is He must be very much of a busi- Â¬ ness man to make a success of farming Progress- Â¬ ive farmers now adays use Letter Heads and Bill Heads as well afa Envelopes with their names and business printed on it PIGNIO MANAGERS WHO WANT Wo will call him Bishop Simmons During tho afternoon tho younger ministers had listonod to him with veneration and respect and when their turn camo they found him a dignified and careful listener Tho afternoon was delightful and tho camp mooting servico was a long ouo Tho good bishop was n keen lovor of tho weed and after tho mooting had closed ho strolled oft for n suioko At a littlo distance ho found an abrupt ledgo entirely out of tho vlow of tho camp grounds nud going down around to tho foot of this ho lit hiscigaraud prepared for n quiet half hour As it chanced soon after ono of tho younger ministers took a walk from tho grounds and finally came to tho top of tho same ledgo and looking down saw tho bishop For tho spaco of n moment or two ho stood with n gloam in his eyo nnd then stooping down ho said in a sort of tri umphant touo Ah Fnthor Simmons Ivo caught you burning incouso to tho dovil Tho bishop took out his cigar and turned about till ho had swung tho speaker fully into view and then addod slowly in a deep voico But I didnt know ho was bo near Current Literature Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ terms with it your respect for it grows When wo first met it writes E W Harden to tho Chicago Post wo wero at fcca nud wero kcopiug good hours By 0 oclock all of us would havo turned hi When tho Southern Cross first comes nbovo tho horizon It Hos ovor ou its side nnd it is not straight In tho heav ens until midnight Of courso nono of us would sit np thrco hours to sco tho croi right itsolf in tho hcavons nud so wo did not sco it ns it should bo seen nntil ono night in Colombo Wo had been out to dinner nnd did not go on bonrd our ship until midnight Tho moon hnd sot and wo woro rowed out from tho landing whnrf 111 ouo of thoso ethnological oxhlbit boats which tho Coyloneso had nt tho Worlds fair tho outrigger kind A big Pouiusulnr and Oriental passengor ship wns weigh ing its anchors ns wo passod and as wo got on tho quarter dock of our ship tho liucr wont by with hundreds of oloctrlo lights gleaming over tho wutcr Whon it passed out of sight wo caught sight of tho Southern Cross high in tho heav- Â¬ ens standing straight with our horizon and it was as brilliant nud ns beautiful as wo had been lod to expect Â¬ Â¬ Cross for nwhilo and got on speaking After you havo known tho Southern Dlfflcntt to Inflict Pain Tho dxtor smoked slowly on his clgnr It was plain tlint ho hud some thing to pay I was thinking of my early collego days ho said and of n pecnllnr in cident that happened very soon after I began my studios Tho professor wns instructing tho class ono day on tho corpus cles of tho blood Iu order to got nouio fresh blood for microscopical ex amination each student was ordored to tiu a nig around his forefinger nud striko tho top of tho fingor suddenly with a iircdlo with sufficient forco to draw blood Seems ensy doesnt it Do vou know there wasnt n man iu tho class that did it at tho first attempt It was funny to watch some of thoso embryo surgeons poiso tho iicedlo with n deter mined air ami launch it to within a hair spaco of tho llosh nnd thero stop dead Others trlod to forco tho ncedlo in slowly but paused very shortly with an oxprcssion of pain commen surate to that of an amputation I my solf gnvo it up as a bud job and hacked a cavity in my thumb with a penknife and found it easier Tho fact that wo wero very vouuk and iuoxpcricuccd is no explanation for this peculiarity ns I havo sluco found by pcrhonnl tost Almost everybody ox hiblted tho samo repuguauco to Indict ing pain iu thut manner Try it your Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wretched vu Could Not Ent or Sloop 1 1 eaDDage Will Act as J Administrator I Guardian 1 Assignee Etc Twent 17 R XtRRXm Siocktom N Y June a8 1894 Dr M M Fknner Frcdonin N Y Dear Sir- About a years ago I be - Years Ex periencc Settling EstatesAttention Given Prompt solf Tho other man tried nnd succeeded ou tho fourth trinl Now York Sun came bilious sallow dyspeptic and my system was generally run down Lost appetite and flesh Could not eat or sleep well nnd had palpitation of the heart in fact I was so wretched and unnerved that on several occasions my friends thought I would not live till morning Two bottles of your Blood nnd Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic produced a complete cure Â¬ J All Legal Matters OHAkLES 0 MARTIN 5SffJ or 0 Bobbed the Grave A startling incident of which Mr John Oliver ot Philadelphia was the subject is narrated by him as follows I was iu a most dreadful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite gradually growing weaker day by day Three physi cians had given me up Fortunately a friend advised trying Electric Bitters and to my great joy and surprise tho first bottle made a decided Improvement I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they saved my life and robbed tho gravo of another victim No one should fail to try them Only CO cents per bottle at Short Hay nes Drug Store Â¬ Should send their orders to us as we get up the handsomest posters and dodgers in this section An Example of OConnella Wit Daniel OConuoll though brilliant and witty wns daringly vulgar when ho set out to attack an opponent At a Dublin election ho started to assail Bo corder Shaw who was a very dignified nnd handsome man by declaring him a follow whoso visago would frighten n horso from his oats Tho lord mayor who prosidod remarked on theso ameni tios and said it might bo supposed such a critic liko Hamlets father was en dowed with Hyperion curls and tho front of Jovo himself instead of a wriuklod brow and a scratch wig As for himsolf ho would not bo unwilling to compoto with tho demagogue boforo a jury of ladies if they could only sco him as naturo mado him without tho aid of tho barber OCounoll strodo to tho front of tho platform snatched oft his wig and pointing to his uakod heud covorod with a stubblo of gray hair cried Ladies I demand your instant judgment I Of courso ho had tho laugh and tho best of tho encounter San Francisco Wnvo Â¬ Our Printing Artistic An Unexplained tho roallstlo All hands abandon shin drill Two minutes nftcr tho word has beon passod ovory ships boat has swung from Its davits into tho wntcr nud n minuto Inter ovory boat is thoroughly provisioned nud watered Within four minutes nnd ofton In much quicker timo every man of tho ships company from tho commanding officer down is occupying tho station in tho boat called for by his ships number nud then tho command Sheer off I is given Tho boatn aro hauled away a conplo of hundred feet from tho dosortod vessol and sho ridos without a human soul aboard her often when tho drill is gone through in midocean in a sea that tho landsman would account terrific Then tho word Board I is passed and within eight minutes at tho most all hands nro not only on board again but overy bont has boon relashod to tho davits all of tho provisions wutcr instruments nnd other gear havo boon removed and tho ships company is in a fair wny to got to sloop again Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ All Hand Abandon Shlpl A naval officer thus describos Point And the man who gives us an order for Catalogues Price Lists or any kind of Printing of that character will never regret i t THE B8ECKERIDiE Job Printing Department CLOVERPORT KY Peter Lombard points a moral in the English Church Times with this story Mrs Proudio tiio oxcollent wife of tho bishop of Copeminstor down in tho midlands docs admirable work by going among tho poor pooplo and talking to them out of her own experiences and giving them wholeomo advice Sho did so tho other day at Mudbury near Cope minster Next day tho rectors daughtor at Mudbury said to ono of tho audienco of tho provious ovening Well Mrs Toddlo what did yon think of Mrs Oh it was very Proudios nddross good bat you soo she only wont half way Whatever do you moan Mra Toddle said tho young woman Woll miss sho didnt tell us what sho does whon Mr Proudio comes homo drunk Wo should liko a littlo advico on that ero point Â¬ Wonderful Marvelous are expressions frequently heard about Foleys Kidney Cure Do not fail to try tills great remedy for all kidney trou- Â¬ ble A R Fisher Olovorport It A Shellmau Stephensport Gordon A Way Â¬ nes Patesville W E Witt Hnrdins burg Some Hard Senae Lifo is not n picnic Of courso thero can bo lots of fun crowded into it in u propor way but on tho wholo it is n matter of hard and earnest work Tho men who work tho hardest nro Whon You Tako Your Vacation Prescription Pharmacist Next door above Iayne Ar Cos Clovtrport the most necessary article io have with you after your pocket book is a bottle Satan as landlord of Foleys Colic Cure It is an absolute Thero Is only ono spot on tho earths prevention or cure of all derangements of the bowels caused by a chang of wat- snrfico that has actually been willed er You are likely to need it A It deeded and bequeathed to ids satanlo majesty This spot lies 4 miles south Fisher Olovorport Gordon Haynes of Holsingfors Finland Patesville R A Shellraan Stephens A fow years ago Lara Huilariono died port E A Witt Hardlnshurg in tho littlo town of Piolisjarvi in tho nbovo named country leaving consider Art of Making a Muntard Planter able property in tho shape of landed es To put on n mustard plaster is not nt tate How ho had coiuo into possession nil difficult but to do it iu tho best way of so much laud no ono scorn od to requires somo caro and skill Iu tho know but ns ho was a very bad citizen first placo remember uovcr to givo n it wns genorally ndmlttcd that ho was cold mustard plaster to n patient To u in leaguo with wlntuhausu satan and weak or sensitive person tho shock is thnt thoy had innuy business deals with often great Either mix with very hot oach other water or better still havo n plato put Tills somowhat startling opinion wns whero it can got warm whilo you nro verified when old Huilnrieno found n mixing Having everything ready at certified warranty deed which deeded to hand mustard flour and a spoonful of satan all his earthly possessions molasses with a bit of old muslin or Tho will wns to tho samo effect Tho linen an old handkerchief is tho best family havo ropeatedly tried to break thing for tho purpose Stir tho mustard tho will but so far has been unsuccess nnd flour togethor first making tho ful Thus tho records plainly show plaster stronger or weaker with mus that his sulphuric majosty lias a legal tard as you havo been directed Add right und titlo to somo excellent grounds tho molasses and then tho water until iu tho near vicinity of Helsingfors tho smooth mass is about as thick as luo simplo pooplo of tho neighborporridgo or poultice Spread your oloth hood havo changed tho courso of tho on tho warm pinto usiug tho middlo road which formorly skirted tho Huilnportiou of tho linen and leaving n mar rieno homestead nnd declaro thnt thoy gin ou nil sides which is to bo folded would uot enter tho possessions of Satan back at tho edges Put a second cloth Co for all tho mouoy that tho thrco over tho whole so thnt tho mustard i estates would bring Pearsons Weekly entirely hid between tho twocovcrs nnd keep ou tho pluto until it is necessary Wycli Ilaiul Not Witch Haiel to apply tho plaster Philadelphia Tho correct nam for Hamnmolis vir Ledger ginicn is not witch hazel but wycii ha zol Our plaut has no connection with Bucklens Arnica Salve tho magio of tho water hunter Tho Tub Bkst Salvk in the world for Cute blackthorn of England Pruuus spluosn Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe was tho wood used iu thoso divinations ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilor whntover theso snporstitious practices blains Corns nnd all Skin Eruptions may bo termed Haol had a vory wido and postivoly cures Piles or no pay rn meaning in tho olden times nud tho quired It is guaranteed to give perfect olm ns well us tho nut now known ns satisfaction or money refunded Price such was hnzcl Ouo of theso elms now known ns Ulmus moutnna was tho fa 25 cents per box For sale by Short vorite wood for making wyches or proHaynes vision ohosts aud was thcroforo known ns tho wych hnzol In tho present day Valne or Toes In Walking it is tho wych olm Our huuiamolis ro ceivod from tho early settlers tho uamo Tho idon thut tho lesser toes aro necesof wyeh hazel from tho resemblance of sary in wnikiug is generally entertaintho loaves to thoso of tho wych hazel or ed and it has been a surpriso to Euro elm of tho old world L iiiguago reformpean physicinns to learn thut amputa tion of nil tho lossor toes of both feet ers imagining that wych should bo has been followed by comploto recovery spelled witch aro rosponsiblo for tho Wych hazel is tho correct nud tho restoration to usefulness of both coufusion tho feet operated upon Tho feet healed term for our plant Medians Monthly slowly after tho operation but very steadily and without unpleasant comHealth Ilefore llcauty plications Tho operation wns performTwo Irishmen who had not mot for ed nnd in n littlo moro than a year and years ran across each other in Derby a half tho patient danced all night and aud nftcr u period of handshaking ad experienced no inconvenience whatever journed for somo moist congratulations on account of having only ouo toe on Loug timo since wo mot Pat isnt each foot Sho rides a wheel plays ten it Great lot of things havo happened nis und enjoys overy sXrt that girls of sinco thou hor ago aro fond of Tho cnuso of tho Yes indeed Look nt mesilf Sure troublo was originally chilblains which its married I am replied Pat was negioctou until it produced conYou dont toll mo traction of tho muscles with tho most Faith and Oivo got n fino healthy intonso pain which was nt times so blioy aud tho neighbors say ho is tho sovcro that sho could not enjoy tho vory picture of mo necessary amount of sleep Surgeons nro OGrndy looked at Pat who wasnt of tho opinion that n great deal of need built ou tho Hues of n prizo beauty less suffering is endured which might Ocli well whats tho harrum so bo relieved by oxtromoly simplo operalong ns tho childs healthy New tions on tho feet Now York Lodger York World Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bank HARDIUSBITEa President WILL MILLER Via President M II BEAUI Casihr -- B F HKARD 0 W BKAttb 1 M0RIU8 K8KRIDUK I 11 M J0MY - J Mretlori INTEREST Snlety PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Comfort Louisville ami Mile Packet Line Fait Mall Lino lletwsen Louisville and Evansville STEAMERS E F M G RAG ON W A Blihop Kjan Maiter Puncr TARASCON D L Poony Maiter L T Corner Parser TELL CITY 11 II BalUrd Muter W B Kewbell Puner P D STAGGS Daily except Saturday between Loulivllle and Hew Aumtrrdam Frel bt iblrped by this line delivered quick er than by rail Tnvolem Kill find the teamen are uoeur paaied In equipment and accommodation The boit culinary are employed hi cooki and bo menu is eual to that of the beat hotels Ucneral cfficei 178 and 17S 4th Avenue Louisville D L PENNY 6a pt V w MTE pro 0 V Wiiimmb T P A Owpnslvirn Kv J H Hunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Casper May Co IND OANNELTON daola Send inc Biggs Quick Belief for Asthma The Birth of the Irlnoa Paris Foleys Honey and Tar is gimrauteed rity was wasif in an uproar Tho wholo as insane Church bolls rang an in an cases 01 joyful peals great gnns fired equally this with other joyful salvos happy announcements red to give relief wero posted up at overy point of vanIt Fisher Cloverport tage and excited crowds besieged ovory in i Griggs Yes I understand thoy nro both seeking tho hand of Miss Triffott Biggs Thoy both callod at her house tho otbor evening and at onco began tho exoitlng gamo of trying to outsit each other Tom had to givo it up final- Â¬ ly and loft Fred in possession Griggs So Fred got the best of It Biggs Thats tho question It was a rainy uight and Tom did not tako away tho poorest umbrolla whon ho loft tho house Boston Transcript Carries Ilia Uatehet In III Hoot Leg In somo places men carry bowio knives and gnns In their boot legs Ouo may meet iu Fulton fish market iu this city a mnn carrying a hatchot in his boot leg but tho hatchot is for peacofnl Â¬ and Fred lie Wrant Left Quito a rivalry between Tom Â¬ Stephensport Gordon entrance and avenuo to tho paluco in a rTatesville E A Witt liar porfoct dolirium of joy Now after many years I find it diffi Jrg cult to uudorstaud or indeed almost to reallzo that many of those then shout YTlckwiro looking at board with ing ho enthusiastically for joy are tho Pity tho Blind ou it You aro no same pooplo who lately yellodwith sav Â¬ age fury mora blind thnu 1 am A bas lempirel A has Dismal Dawson Well whats it to lluiporntriooJ your Equally mad was tho enthusiasm Wlckwirc What business havoyoa equally mad the delight when tho priuco imperial was baptized and wearing that card Dismal Dawson Jist as mnoh right equally mad wero tho howls of fury as anybody 1 dont say Im blind This against the wholo imperial family when hero is jist a abstract proposition Soo tho sad nows camo of the roverso tho imporial army had suffered whou battle London Tit Bits after battle had been lost Sonio of tho noblest tho most generIn a Wat Butwn tho oditor said thatyoa ous tho most self devoted men I have I see ever kuowu in tho course of a somewhat have rhymed again with rain long lifo I have found uniong French Yessir tho office poet assented Well it doesut go It may bo all men men quite worthy to be classed right in the weather report bat you are among the grandest heroes of antiquity Out thero is a reverse side to tho medal Cincinnati Euquiror hired us a poet and when tho tigerish nature of the ex Â¬ One Minute Cough Cure Is the hist citable Freuoamaa Is roused be ia capa Â¬ preparation I have ever sold or used and ble of a savage cruelty very near akia L M to that of the wild beast to which he I cant say to much ia praise compared- - OoruhlU Xmbm Marohant Well Ga Short A Hayi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ purposes It is an implomeut much used iu tho markot for opening and for unit ing up boxes nud barrels in which fish aro packed and the boot leg Bcoms to be tho handiest placo to carry it Now York Sun Mine do Pompadour encouraged fan painting and also collected duo speci mens of tho work Grcuzo Wutteau nl other great artists did not disdaiu to loud their taleuts to tho art Thoso pictures woro dono mostly on vellum or chicken skin Â¬ Attention Old Soldiers The manufacturers have instructed A R Fisher Olovorport i R A Shellmau StHpheneport Gordon A Haynes Pales villa E A Witt Hardlnaburjr to give a bottle of 23a size of Foleys Colic Cure frr to the first soldier of the ciyil war that applias for tame It la the great remedy for Chronic Diarrhoea Cramp Colic and all Bowel ootnpUlat Dodging a Shot tho happiest Thoso who aro happiest in thoir work When Dowoy wns first lioutennnt of ono of tho gunboats which Farrngut aro tho most successful Evory lick you put in now will bo of used as a dispatch boat tho admiral benefit iioreaf ter No matter what your used often to como aboard and steam up pay may bo do tho best that is within nonr tho lovoo to roconuoiter Tho you southerners hud n wny of rushing n Hold Wo cant all get rich by lying on pleco to tho top of tho high bank firing flowery beds of caso whilo othors fight point blank at tho gunboat and then to wiu tho prizo or sail through each backing dowii again Upon ouo such ocday with colors nt tho masthead and casion Farrngut saw Dowoy dodgo n overy yard of canvas sot Work tho shot most healthful invigorating touio that Why dont yon ttund Ann nontenpoor human naturo cuu help itsolf to ant said ho Dont you know you Romombor thnt if you aro woll and cant jump quick enough A day or so ufter tho ndmiral dodged busy you must as a result bo happy u shot Tho liouteunut smilod nnd held Hardware his touguo but tho admiral had a guilty He Compiled Ho cleared his throat onco couscieuco Mr Transcieut Is this nil tho butter or twice shifted hisattitudo und finally you havo iu tho house Mrs Caterer declared Why sir you cant holp It sir Its Mrs Catorcr It is Mr Trauscient and 1 wish you would try to mako it go human naturo und thcros au end to as far us you can it Mr Transcieut With pleasure Mrs fl 0 P Jones Milesburg Pa wrlto s Oatoror opens window and throws I have used DeWitts Little Early butter nguiust back fuuco Thero I If it hadnt been for that fence I could havo Risers over since they were Introduced mado it go a littlo farther yot Boston here and must say I have never used any Courier pills In my family during forty years of house keeping that gave such satisfactory Not Unique results as a laxative or cathartic Short Madam said tho smooth spoken Haynes I am uot an ordinary hobo I tramp Oh 1 dont know said tho lyux They WmIi Smoke eyod housekeeper us sho loisaroly took Oignrotto smoking is a common prao down her husbands gun from the wall youro ubout tho samo as tho rest of tico uniong tho colored washerwomen of Now Orleaus Thoy loan over tho tub You cau work but you wont cm and mako a quaint picture ns tho smoko Olt And ho gat Vim rolls from tholr lips Nebraska Stuto In Peking China so rnunoth tho tale Journal a ninudaiiu of wealth and tasto present DeviU In PettlookU ed a luminary of tho stugo with a pack Tho Russians aro reported to havo of cards mado of human skin 400 years said when they first saw the highland old and originally oapturod from a pi We thought wo had como regiments rato of tho most blood ourdltug sort to tight with wen but find devils iu petticoats The king of Greece whon conversing The Cuban question and political issues with tho ruombors of his family neve employs any but the English languago ftinlr Intn InAfonltiitanAA will tla man a1 Wjj he He seldom speaks lteuoh and only uses jhf I wlUf I PWIUa Wltoh Hasel Oracle when ww ptMH to do to Hay Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ American army is ouo Ted Roosevelt formerly a Now York policemuu who was boru uenr Haarlem emigrated to America whon young was educated at Harvard academy a commercial school there being no nniveisities or colleges in Amoricn nud that his bodyguard is fittingly termed rough riotors Dawson City Irlcea Hero is n rocont bill of faro of a Daw son Oily restaurant Cofloo or ten 78 cents a cup pio 76 cents upiocu porridgo 1 75 a plato soup a plato j sandwiches 75 cents each steak a portion of cnudiod fruit whisky 60 cents a glass complete tablo dhoto moal half au ouuco of gold Â¬ 1 1 thnt the commander in chief or tho As Spain See Teddy A Mndrid paper informs its readers And I will Send 3ou packed in a plain box one gallon Old Goon Hollow Whisky --fl None Purer None Finer SIMON Second N and Main JONES Louisville v Culinary Information Mistress Do yon call this spongo cako Why its ns hard as it can bo Now Cook Yes mum thuts tho way n spougo is boforo its wot Soak it Websters International Succinct tiftlie IiMbrMaat Tlw Ono Great Standard Authority urewrr pownuf 11011 i N J iuUui 1 000 0 00000000000000000 iu your tea mum Journal Towu und Country Dictionary I Suprtuie Court Tho antimonopolistlc scutimeut this country is uot a modem idea 1777 Massachusetts passed un act titled to pruveut monopoly nnd pression in In en op Â¬ Â¬ orilieV SUorllrliiUng m Hi I W Nunrritia v uud uu me nunc nu iirvititft uiiruHiiiiuriitur 1 all the biliooltMoks 1it RUUl Slllxtlntf lulrnU A ufHiliuoU Cullf 1lTil u u wn I Htaiulurcl In tho Hawaiian Islands thero aro twico as many men us women Coiiiuiciiclccl IllMlItUlblO Warmly uiiuamiiirr uuiiilrtr uliuutt without otnn A flood Memory raves monoy and also good health -- II you are troubled with constipation indigestion or any form of stomach trou Â¬ ble remember to take home a bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin and health will be restored to you Trial six 10a 10 doses lOo large size 60o and 100 ot Clias 0 Martin a I Ajkk Imtik C Mcrrlutn ColublllitrH HprliiKHeltl Muntt Hytt ttut oil iijijiftarffott to ctliualor ntl Io lii Ilia liouielioM 111 nv Uunlurr Uiolur inwiunai 11111 mm tru po not b UcclvciTTn II o yMl Duyinjt All Websters Dictionaries lenUo ulirktinnenu or WiUUri InUrtutlnnuT lllrlloii nrr In the ttirimi ilivt tiear our trade mark oil tu iruiu purer UIH1QWUI4 ma cuu CAUTION DeWltfa Witch Hazel Salv Cum Pit SkM Hunt m Breckenridge WEDNESDAY J UI THE BOTOKHNRIDOK NBiWe QliOYEHORT KY News 13 1698 WNW IP3BStwJeKiiSMKWPyW3WVVi Remarkable Rcicue Mid Michael Curtain r r - sw f Thousands Oelebrato With tbnnkfulncss their tcBtorntlon to health by the uso of Hoods Sareaparilln Think ot tho vast array who have beeu cured by this medicine Mon women and children who have Buffered tio consequences of impuro blood who have beon tho victims of scrofula Bores eruptions dyspepsia ner- Â¬ vousness slcepllness Tlioy haye tried othor medicines and havo failed to obtain relief Tuoy tried Hoods Sarsanarllla and it did them good They pereerved in Ita uso and it Do accomplished permanent cures you wonder that they praise it and recommend it to you Socnrlne Lunatic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ K b In ono of tho most fashiono blo dis tricts of Paris n mock marriago was re cently planned for tho purpose of secur ing a rather dangerous lunatic An attractive young person named Mllo Do laplntno was sitting in her boudoir tho other day in n liouso situated in n street off tho Bonlovard St Germain Suddenly ft ring camo to tho door and one of her sorvonts having opened it ushered in n vroll dressed man looking Ho told liko a superior sort of valet Mllo Delaplumo that ho had n lotter from ono of her friends n countess and as tho young woman put her hand out to rocoivo tho mlssivo tho stranger soized her fingers pressed them to his lips and then sinking on his knees mado n passionate declaration of love and offered to marry her Mllo Delaplumo niiw by tho mans eyes that ho was dangerously mad uud fearful of a tragedy sho accepted ills offer with apparent calmucsa Then sho invited tho strango visitor to tho mayors olllco in order to havo tho nuptial knot tied Tho man accompanied her with alacrity to tho establishment in question whoro a secretary informed of tho real stato of affairs pretended to read tho civil marriago regulations Tho mode bridegroom was then taken by n dotectivo to tho police depot under tho delusion that ho was bound for n pastry cooks thoro to givo an order for a sumptuous wodding breakfast Tho man was it nppears formerly employed as a valet by cmo of Mllo Dolap lumos friends Pans Letter Â¬ Â¬ Spoiled th Reecne Major Tom Williams somo timo ago told mo tho story of ono of Colonel Gib Wrights adventures in South Carolina in thp closing months of tho war It seems thnt General Kllpatrick the Federal cavalry commander had captured n number of Confederates and Wright was anxious to roscno them Ho callod for volunteers to go with him into tho enorays camp at night and picked out tho men ho needed from tlicwo who responded Tho Federal troopers woro Bnoozlng quietly in thoir camp nnd on both sides of tho road loading to it nnd thoir pris oners dozed by a fire near tho center Jnst how tlioy got thoro would bo hnrd to oxplaln but shortly after mid Â¬ night Gib Wright at tho hoad of a few men rodontagontlopaco into the camp Tiro drowsy Fedorals took thom for a party of thoir own men rotnrning from a scont nud paid no attention to thom Everything was working smoothly until ono of tho prisoners caught a glimpso of thonowcomors Tho fellow lost his head and ruined tho wholo business Ho leap ed to his foet nnd looked into tho faces of tho advanoing Confederates ho shouted in his Horray boysl Hang mo if thcro dollrious dolight aint old Gib Wright nnd his crowd Durned if tho wholo Confodorato nrmy aint right bohiud him I Tho prisoners nil rushed forward with tho regular robel yell nnd tho sleeping Federals suddenly became very wido awako From overy sldo thoy sliowored bullots on their visitors and Wright and his men had almost a miraculous dolivcranco Soveral wero killed and wounded but tho leader nnd tho majority of tho party managed to got nwny Atlanta Constitution Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ makes tho statement PlninOeld III thnt alio caught cold which settled on her lungs she was treated for a month by her family physician but grew worse Ho told her that she was hopeless victim of con- Â¬ sumption nnd tlmt no mcdlcino could Her druggist suggested Dr Discovery for Consumption j she bought n bottle and to her delight found herself benefitted from first dose Sho continual its uso And after taking six bottles found herself eouud And well now does her own housework and is as well as sho ever was Free trial bottles of this Great Discovery at Short Hay nea Drug Store Large bottles 50 cents and 1100 cure her Kings New llrlllUnt Iruud A small weekly magazine was started horo 11 years ago by two hustling young mon Ono was editor tho other writer They clipped extracted and paster and rowroto An ad ortising ugent was employed on a commission of S5 per cent and it was a caution the way ho filled up the pages with black typo nud cuts Somo contracts wero miido for n month somo for threo mouths somo for a year Tho only caih iu ndvanco was half of tho commission which was paid as soon us tho contiacl was turned A In- Prosperity peeped from its pages Tho magazine rapidly grow fat In tho sec ond week tho American Kowa company Mouoy flowed ordered 14000 copies out liko corn from a hopper and not n cent camo in Tho writes and pastor went around at tho end of tho mouth to collect from tho 30 day advertisers and what do you supposo happeuod Ho failed to find onel Every advertisement win a fraud Thoro wero no such uamos uo such businesses no sufh addresses as tho agent brought in for publication Ho happened to havo cu engagement in Now Jowey on thut JUeful day and Contracts Dover hap been seen t iuco 10000 wero not supposed to bo worth worth a cent Tho magazluo died Now York Press Â¬ Â¬ In a IluilUhUt Nuciitry Sir Charles Gordons Recollections of Thirty nino Years hi tho Army In 1860 at contains this anecdote Tien tsiu tno two Gordons when beck ing for hospital sites camo across a Buddhist nunnery Dospito tho warn ings of oi in of tho inmates who appear ed in boys clothos tlioy eutered tho building and found that tho inmates nil woro malo clothing Tho Buddhist women wero greatly shocked at tho intrusion Our regret says Sir Chnrlos was reaL Explanations woro oxchauged Wo wero informed that tho community within adopted malo costumo ns nu indication that thoy not only renounced tho world but with it tho emulous of thoir box Wo woro received by tho lady superior tea and cakes offered to and partaken of by us Wo wero then permitted to visit tho privato chapol and finally wo parted from tho re ligieuses on tho best of terms Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wdai baa demonstrated ten thousand UmM that it U almost Infallible FOR WOMANS PECULIAR WEAKNESSES and derangement tor this data of troubles It exerts a wonderfully healing strengthen ing ard soothing lufluenco upon the taenstrual organs It curea whites and fallliitrof the womb It stops flooding auu relieve sup- - It lias irregularities become the leading remedy VtEj Jrtk pSJ jldvUoru Dfvartminl trim Oo Chattanooga Tnn Rt Uont pressed and painful menstruation tor Change of Ufa It is the best medicine made It la beneficial daring pregnancy and helps to bring children Into homes barren for years It lnvg orates stlmu lates strengthens Die whole sys Â¬ tem This great renedy Is offered Why will to all afflicted women any woman latter auothtr minute relief within reach t with certain Wine of Cardul only costs II CO per bottle at your drug store For tdvUt n nun nqulrtnt special dtrtc aidrtu cilHnif symptoms ailij las T iVhaiUnaogailtiU U W SMITH CemJiri S C 1111 Mr wlte used Wins el Cardul a home tailing ol Hi wonb and It sntirslj tor QiH4 f in two minutes I consider DeWitts Gettlnc Up Witch Hazel Salvo tho greatest pilo cure Tho Dnko of Wellington slept on an on the market Short A Unynea iron camp bedstead 18 inches wido and argued that whon n man wants to turn OcnerUl McDoWSIK Edward over it is timo to turnout I havo novcr mot any ono who gavo Everett Halo quotes this remark of tho mo a stronger impression of honesty and duko in tho Ten Times Ono Kccord sincerity thnu Irvin McDowell Ho was prinTho and takes issuo with him then iu thoprimo of lifo 40 or 45 years ciple is well enough says Dr Halo old poworfully built but rather pon- Â¬ but I think tho detail is wrong Sleep derous in movement kindly nnd slm is far too important to bo mado uncomplo iu manner with n very pleasant Dr Halo goes on to toll of fortable soldierly faco a water drinkor and al automatvarious ingenious devicos for most a vegetarian After tho cruel war ically waking a sleeper A friend of his was over I met him ono day in somo fixed his alarm bo that nt tho foreordainforeign city Vienna I think and ns ed moment tho bedclothes wero dragged Strango wo woro conversing ho said Tho same gentleman from tho bed Isnt it our ciicouiitor today work- Â¬ found nnothcr contrivance which Why bo general Tho nlarm struck n match ed better Hnvo you forgotten This is tho which lighted tho lamp which boiled 21st of July tho anniversary of Bull If tho water for Rossiters shaving Run Hnd I won that battlo I would Inside of a Molecule Ros dter staid in bed too long tho wa government havo been ono of tho most popular men Tho New South Wales ter boiled over upon his razor nnd clean nnd you would shirt and tho prayer book his mother analyst William M Hamlet d jlivercd in tho United Statosneed not say how havo been another I gavo him and Coleridges autograph and tho presidential address iu the section much it is tho other way with us now his open pocketbeok and nil tho other of chomistry at tho recent meeting of But I do not think his countrymen precious things ho could put iu a basin tho Australian Association For tho Ad went to so ho vancement of Scienco tho subject being blamed him aftor all When I underneath when ho went to bed tho United States some years ngo I Â¬ Tho Molecular Mechanism of an Elechad to get up boforo that moment found him in command nt Sau Francis trolyte came changed aged and sad but Ho defined nn olcctrolytons a body iu comuch and kiudly ns over I told A Generous Admission solution or stnto of fusion capablo of courteous I had in n place of honor at Tho London Graphio tells tho followbeing instautcously decomposed by si him that photograph which ho gavo mo homo tho ing story about Hans Richter inunurti current of electricity and ho claimed boforo ho left my lodgings tho day ho clo ou conductors that if tho explanation ho offered was And I Dr Richtcrs popularity with his adequate for tho electrolyto it must wns looking for Barrys guns men is easily iutolligiblc for whilo hold good for tho constitution of tho suppose on ho said your friends ask Who earth was General Mcnothing wipes his nrgnscyed vigilauco matter in tho universo so that tho Sir W H Russoll iu acknowledges treatiso on tho electrolyto has a most Dowell ho always recognizes and North American Review good work A few yeurs ngo whilo ho important scientific bearing Tho methwas conducting from memory ns ubual od of investigating tho action of one The human machine start 3 but once ono of Brahtns overtures at St body upon any other ho reminded his stop but once You can keep it go Jnnios hall a strango thing happen audience was brought to a high degreo and Ing lougpst nnd most regularly by using ed as Mr Haggard used to Miy Band of accuracy by tho immortal work of Ho alluded to somo Do Witts Little Early Risers the famom nnd conductor lost touch for several Sir Isaac Newton bars nud when tho pieeowas ended Dr observations of tho lato Professor Clif- Â¬ itile pilb for constipation and all stoin Muh and liver troubles Short ilayues Richter signaled to tho orchestra to play ford mado over 20 years ago this autho overture again from tho beginning thority remarking almost prophetical Â¬ A Oreat Screamer This timo everything went without n ly Wo can look forwnrd to tho timo Moro than 50 years ago Lnchlan Mchitch nnd nt tho close Dr Richter when tho structure and motions iu tho turned round and addressing tho nndi iusido of a molecnlo will bo so well Donald left ids homo iu Strathspey liico said Ladies and gentlemen tho known that somo future Kant or Laplaco Scotland nnd went to tho shores of Lako Winnipeg Ho did not neglect to carry mistnkowns mine not tho orchestras will bo nblo to make an hypothesis n generous admission which provoked a about tho history and formation of mut- Â¬ with him his beloved bagpipe and many nn evening it spoko to him of the old salvo of applause ter Naturo homo beyond tho seas Even in tho daytime when ho was Thu Cavalry Regiment Carlylos Ilmiiptlouaness Tho sabers claukd thu men lookd busy iu the woods felling trees ho Joachim tho great violinist was inwould havo it by his sldo aud on ono young uud healthy and strong tho olec troduced to Carlylo by n mutual friend occasion ho had reason to bo glad thnt Tho sago was about to tako his morning trio tramping of so many horses on tho it was so near hard road nud tho gallant bearing fiuo ho asked Joachim to accomwalk and Ho was merrily swinging his ax pany him During a very long walk iu seat nnd liright faced nppearanco of a when ho wns suddenly surrounded by a moro handsome young Hydo parkCarlyle kept the conversation thousand ami party of Iudinus who looked very forrunning on Germany and its great men American men wero so good to sea An midable as they drew uoarer gesticutho Fredericks jMoltku and Bismarck hour later nnother troop went byr lating in a particularly threatening until at last Joachim thought it wns smaller iu numbers perhaps 800 men mnniior Tilings began to seem ominous his tuni to tako a lead and ho started Thoy too lookd liko serviceable men when a happy thought camo to tho campaigners used to field and fight Do you know Stern with tho inquiry July ii This forenoon for moro than Scotchman dalo BennettSoizing hi bagpipe ho blow a blast No was tho reply and after a nu hour again long strings jof cavalry several regiments very lino men and so loud und long and shrill that tho pauso I dont caro generally for musi startled red men looked upon him for a cians thoy aro nn empty wind baggy horses four or fivo abreast I saw thom moment in consternation nnd then took coming iu town in Fourteenth street bort of people to thoir heels novcr stopping till tho Sovoral hundred extra from north thick shadows of tho forest hid thom horses somo of tho maros with colts Playing Gooseberry could trottiug nlong Appcard to bo n num from tho man whoscream givo vent to Playing gooseberry or to play gooso such au unearthly bor of prisoners too How inspiring al berry is common enough in connection They did not forget that prolonged regiments Our men ways witli swcetiienrtiug A lass arranges a nro tho cavulry cry from thut timo tho Scotchman was generally well mounted feel good walk witli n lad but for somo reason thO great gay on tho 6addlo thoir knowu umoug them us sho does not caro to go alono so sho nro young Exchange 6crcamerof tho palefaces blaukots iu n roll bobind thom thoir sa takes n friend another girl and tho Sometimes bers clanking nt thoir sides This noiso friend plays gooseberry There Is No 9 About It girl who is invited to slinro tho and movement nnd tho tramp of many the horses hoofs has n curious effect upou Nay Im not No question indeed with those who walk refusos saying by Walt Tho Wound Drossor going to play gooseberry Tho girls ono hnvo used it but that Foleys Kidney Whitman speak of tho lad iu this connection as Cure Is absolutely reliable for all Kidney By tho way green gooseberry fool She Mnrrled ITIra Anyhow nnd Bladder diseases A R Fisher goosoborries stowed with a little water Clnverporl R A Shellman Stephens A convict nt a French ponnl sottlo mashed ami sugar added constitute mout who wns undergoing a Hfo sen- port Gordon A HnyiHB Patesville j IS Notes uud Queries tence desired to marry a female convict gooseberry fool A Witt Hnrdlnshurg such marriages being of common occurWhat Italy Niedjcl Just Iu Time rence Tho governor of tho colouy offer Shortly boforo his death which oo A bntchero lad went to doliver somo ed no objection but tho priest proceedmoat nt u certain liouso iu Nowcastlo ed to cross oxamino tho prisoner Did enrred in 1800 Massimo dAzeglio statosmuu orator pa t tho paintor of where n tlerco dog is kept The lad cu you not marry in Franco Ho said but above all the Orlnudo Furioso tored tho back yard and as soon as tho Yes And your wifo is dond trusty frioud and valued counsolor of cleg saw him ho pinned him against tho Sho is Havo you any documents Victor Emmanuol was talking to n No wall in u short timo the mistress of to show that sho is dead who congratulated him tho house ran out and drove tho animal Thou I must dooliuo to marry yon Frenchman uway Has ho bitten you sho asked You must produco somo proof that your upon tho unification of Italy wo have Yes was tho roply Nou wild the lad ua kept him wifo is dead Thero was n pause uud made u now Italy now we must enoff by giving him your suet nu yo jnst tho brldo prospective lookod anxiously Lou cam iu timo to save tho beef nt tho wonld bo groom Finally ho said deavor to mako uow Italiaus don Fuu I can provo that my formor wifo is rrovldinc for an Kiuergeucy How dead I was sent hero for Hoc Uetluod In What will you have iuquired the killing her And tho brido accoptod Mr do Auior exhibiting his Knight him notwithstanding Denver Tinios waiter as Mr Hoyroob scanned tho I n Templar charm Can you French bill of foro ho answered plaoiug his tell mo Ethel what that means Waal The Difference finger over an item yo kin bring mo Yetli Ethel his lovos littlo sister Dr Pollot All you need 1b 26 cents thir Itli whoro your watch ith worth of soda bicarbonato dlssolvod in tome o that But dout go uway causo if it tastes liko it looks iu print Ill Jowolera Weekly water Youll got it nt the drug Btoro Detroit at tho drug Btoro remember not at the havo to try somethiu olso Froo Press grocery Tried and True Patient But what difference does it Signs Thousands have tried Dr Caldwells make doctor in Was thnt man ovora farmer Syrup Pepsin for constipation indiges- Â¬ Dr Pollet It will mako a heap of quired Mrs Corutossel go to the gro- Â¬ tion and sick headache and have it true difforonco to you If you No answered hor husband very to the claim made for it viz that It is cery theyll glvo you bo much thnt tho positively the best remedy now before the good dosoll kill you Boston Transcript But bos always talkin about tho delights of liviu iu tho country people for the relief of stomach troubles Thats what shows ho uover was a Trial slra 10c large slzi 60o and 1 00 of Washington Star farmer Chas O Martin I 8 M Gpary Plerson Mich writea For Infants and Children Hard llequlruieut DeWitts Witch Hazel Salye to curing Ho Im about to got a good position The KM Ybh Have Always Rwght more pllea to day than all othw under the city 5 nothing to do practi Â¬ eiadle eeblBd1 It cum mmmm Bears the cally but sit still and look wise aud all ttilttr akin dUiMia ifrort A fittgnatwa of Sho Oh I do hopo youll bo nblo to HajrM c fill tho place I Cincinnati Enquirer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Urine In Manila Living In Mouiln says Joseph Earlo Slovens in McCluros Magnzino is dirt cheap if you aro not fond of tinned peas and aspnragus that corao from Franco nud Germany Our cook got 40 cents per diem to supply our tnblo with an outiro dinner for four pcoplo nud for 5 cents oxtra ho would decorato the cloth with orchids nnd put peas in tho soup As a servant tho nativo is satisfactory if yon havo enough of him Ho takes bossing well nnd you can punch his head if things go wrong In fact ho rather expects it than otherwiso nnd docs not put his nrms akimbo nnd march out of tho liouso when you mildly suggest that tho qual ity of ants in tho enko was not up to standard For nuts nro everywhere and unless tho legs of your dining tublo ami cook stovo stand in cups of korraouo tho ants will bo apt to eat tho dinucr boforo you do Forwngos theso boys nnd thoy nro called boys till thoy dlo get soino 4 a month and on this salary my own serv- Â¬ ant paid 10 per cent to tho government supported a wifo and two children bought nil his own food nud rau a fight Â¬ ing cock I dont know how much ho stole but ho used sometinios to call on mo for an ndvanco saying that ho need ed funds to bury some relative At first I was touched at his loss but later ou when ho tried to bury his mother twico over I found it necessary to koep a rec ord of tho family trco In order not to bo led into paying an ndvanco on tho cost of two funerals for tho samo poison Â¬ Bears area Strength Yes tho atrongth of grizzly bears Is almost beyond belief I havo rend nbout the powerful muscles in tho nrms of African gorillas but nono can comparo with thoso lit tho arms nnd shoulders of big grizzly bears I lnvo seen n grizzly bear with ono foro paw shot into useless ncss pull its own 1100 pounds of meat and bono up precipices nud perform fonts of mnsolo that trained athletes could not da I hnvo seen grizzly bears carrying tho carcasses of pigs that must havo weighed 70 pounds several miles across n mountain sldo to thoir lair and I hnvo heard hunters toll of having scon cows kiiockod down as If by a thunderbolt with ono blow of tho foro paw of n boar Thrco summers ngo I spent tho season in tho coast mountains up iu Montcroy county nnd ono moonlight night I saw a Wg grizzly bear in tho net of carrying n dead cow homo to iior cub I had a position ou tho mountain sldo whoro I could 6co every movement of tho benr iu tho sparsely timbered vnlloy below mo Tho critter carried tho dead cow In her foro iHiws for at least threo miles across jagged sharp rocks ten foot high over fallen logs around tho rocky mountniu sides- whoro oven a jackass could not got a foothold to n narrow trail up the Sho novcr stopped to steep mountain rest for n moment but went right along I followed nnd just nbout half n mllo from tho beasts lair I laid her low Tho hoifor weighed at least 200 pouuds nnd tho bear would havo tipped tho Chicago beam at nbout 450 pounds - B OJS W RY S A Beautiful IrfaSwBlBal iibi inwriuvs WWIHOCOOIOJtS smc Trains lenvo LottisvlllB O B East Present FREE for a few months to all users of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH Flatlroa rtrnndV Tn Inrlnri vnti tn trv this brand of starchso that you may find out for yourself that all claims for its superiority and econ omy are true the makers have had prepared at great expense a series of Â¬ St Louis and the West t W HAILWAY nn follows 1 Cfnclnnatl and the ARCH1 tl 3 sbb reuM or FBBWaaslBBBwyf rmi mini will WMforSnfiKsa LCJflfflNWRirnSW No to No 1 6 No it LoiilsvIM s 35am Sajam 24phi Ar Cincinnati 645am iljjam 603pm Ar Columbus n 15am 5 Jjpm 105pm 8 15pm Ar Pittsburg 7 jnm Ar Washington 650am ti oam Ar llaltimore 2opm 7 50am Ar Philadelphia 1015am 34011m Ar New York cjpm i3onn Ar Iloston 3Dpm 905pm Nraln No 1 has elejrant Pullman lliiflet Iarloi Car to Cincinnati and Drawlne room Sleeoer and dlnlne cars Cincinnati to Washington llaltlmoia Philadelphia and New York without change Train No i8haselrgant Iulman Parlor Car lo Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No to hat sleepers to Cincinnati open V 9 oclock to receive passengers Ir 4Kk 1M jlfl i SI Louis Knrlnaflitlii and Ilia Waal v wa bivw w- Jfii 31 feaPai 311 GAME PLAQUES exact reproductions of the 10000 originals by Muvlliewhlch 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 No advertising whatever and will ornament tho most elegant apartment manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its customers They are not for sale at any price and can be obtained only in the manner specified The subjects are American Pheasant American Wild Ducks English Snipe English Quail The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life Each Plaque is bordered with a band of gold Lv Louisville 810pm tjjam 813110 640pm 11300n 711am g 40pm Ar Springfield 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m No to No 16 No 44 Ar St Louis winricvuwn Btvumnjoaauon leaves at 3 30 p m fssW except bunday i Trains Not 16 to and 44 havetlcjantdaycoacheySgW Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis S 3tfW From Kast 713 am 1115 noon 6 40 15 am 3 10a ra From Wes- t- tc a m J p In 6 40 p m City Ticket odice eomheast comer Fourth and Main streets Depqt6eventh and river For detail Information regarding rates time 00 connecting Ime Tsleeplng parlor dining ears etc address US BROWN Ticket Agent B Dispel Pass O S W Ry 4U1 and Main Iiuisville Ky 11 TllAINS AltlUVK - n Inter S Ocean ELASTIC STARCH has been tho standard for 35 years TWENTY TWO MILLION packages of this brand were sold last year Thats how good it Is ASK YOUR DEALER to show you the plaques and tell you about Elastic Starch Accept no substitute How To Got Them All pnrcbasers of threo 10 cent or six Scont pnekaees of Elastlo Starch Flat Iron Brand are entitled to re coIto from their grocer ono of theso beautiful dame Plaques free The plaques will not bo sent by mall They can bo obtained only from your O n WAK1L Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio TrJr5aM Si Louis mv I E Parker Shnrnn Wis writes havo tried De Witts Witch Hszd Salve for itching piles and italwaysstnps them Henderson Route LouisTille Henderson Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch Do not delay This odor is for a short timo only East Bound Ly St IjoIs Kvansvlll Henderson Spottsville Owensboro Hawcsvflle Cloverport Stephensport Irvineton UrandenburfT Arr Louisville West Bound Lv Louisville Brandenburg Iryington Stephensport Cloverpott No 41 No 248 344 irrocer Ej No C Time Card In Effect June 20 97 44 46 6Bim 7H 738 818 917 10 766am iZOpm 865pm 2 45am j 5 W RATE81 PEH OAY Thmorentr lly located 37 Houllrtlwcty 6 45 W 1045 1112 4 40 6 03 310 328 400 4 60 6 10 622 603 621 1235pm 745 No 861 915 961 10 11 625 667 617 7 30 45 4I No 43 No 6 43 7f0im 460pn 823pn 6lJ 9 Si HN 4CVTeU2r SIpuisvilleKy Owensboro Spottsvlll Henderson Evansvllle ArrSt Louis Ilawesvllle llia 11 35 720 739 804 1217pm 947 1010 1240 1040 115 7 32 95 1021 1036 1068 11 48 962 1223am 1245 115 7 20 WiLLARO W S MILLER HOTEL Jr Mgr Ad tralna run thromrh SnIM In TCvanltt Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trains between St Louis Bvantville and Louis ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvington for Fordsvllle and Hardinsburg daily except Sunday H C MOUDUE A G P A IxuUvllIe Ky L H Si Rates200 and in 250 ILi 41 9W W flT 9 aaiBaBspVBaiHsriBiBiBiBB TIME TABLE No 10 h Fordsvllle Brand TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 I 1897 West Bound Trains Km Bound Train Dally Dally exSun exSur 8 Ibl House Louisville One Minute Cough Cure cures Dally Daily ex Sun ex Sun N06 No 1 1060mn 1125 STATIONS iv Irvington Uarhcld llarned unction No 3 No Ar 9o0am 00 7 37 7 27 7 17 7 02 TheGRfPff6 tB ySKf 2SftvA T 3r vB That Is what It was made tor If Its Worlh Printing 1140 47 1165 12 10pm 1225 1235 12 65 1 05 11 74 tlardlntburx Junction kirk lolh ijiendtant Dempster 660 605 44 120 1 45 the 165 Twice-a-Wee- k 2 05 2 30 r IallsRoughlv Dempster CS0 6 20 5 5 5 6 33 0 26 215 Itockvale Iluth Askina Oaka Mitchell 610 6 OOtm W nothing like It for an evenings entertainment Other eo callcd talking machines rcproduco only records of subjects specially iircpared In a laboratory but tho Oraphophono is not limited to such performances On tho Oraphophono you can easily make and Instantly reproduco records of tho voice or any sound Thus It constantly awakens new interest and Its charm Is ever fresh Tho reproductions are clear and brilliant GrapEiopfiORCS are sold or oaunpd Kdltott nnd ilaetlonaM Most fascinating Inven- Â¬ tion of thooec Alwaja ready to entertain It requires no skill to oper- Â¬ ate It and reproduce tho music of bands orches- Â¬ tras vocalists or Instru- Â¬ mental soloists There Is Courier Journal Will Print It SowillthaDRECKENUIDGB NEWS and every Dem Krat every Itrpublican every man woman or child who can read will want to read it T1IETWICK-A-WHE- 25im ArKofdvillelv Loulsvllie HendersonSt Loufs RyCa TIME SCHEDULE Talcing Effect COURIKHJOURNAI It a Democratic paper of six or eiuht pages issued Wednesday and Saturday of lach week Tho Wedneiday lnue printi nil the clean news and the M630oclckiVSada lHr30 W S97 Manufarturwi under the ratertU of tll Tnlnter Our psUibllilimont la lirml- uiirter lit tho linrlit forTAttinjf Machines ami Write tot catalogue aUlntf Mac hi no Supp ie CO Saturday Issue prints stoiie Miscellany Poetry all matters of ipeclll Interest I n the home It Is edited by Henry Watterson Bound Train Scut Bound Tram Mall A 2 COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH Dept 30 Price 50c a Year You get 104 good pape ef six or eight pages each lor joc LESS THAN ONK CENT A 4l 7 Mall Bxpra Expra 7T Bxpr STATIONS Expra Dally 12 35pm 010 Pennsylvania Avonup Wellington D O Dally 6 03 6 37 6 40 6 48 6 53 6 00 Dally 7 30am 7 48 IAIEH 40pm IvUnn New York Paris Chicago Philadelphia St Louis Washington Buffalo Baltimore USEFUL PREMIUMS Are given club raisers and good pa ing commis- Â¬ sions are allowed agents Dally Courier Journal i Year Dally and Sunday i Vear Sunday alone I Year 818 8 21 823 8 35 8 42 8 61 DwiKrriVMl aoii iicHjjre II Mil Inll COttV KOKlill IKMMfirflVlfOLUH MHIIIII III Itl Ir- bM 924 MJfl WLLtf wMSlhlSu hm Sj unMirWIrVXU T Wffn tMBfiSiifcV e Uymiuu h L rutriadi iJii r Of CIkKflriUasuufcTKAKtHAl I AT14 lwlpl Ufuu4 alUonyA A MUf when m u tuoa 14ul1 Tm 4411 BtU II TV til ii2Eluil rUiarr it oiii uKhV4 UPH wvrmii wuo M iliDr fj ld iHoPWlan nrlwlaw ma ih UiinitlAf UlbSUflliMkl cuaiiil KiHtH CbklMrKIAial4 wtWfctj Una fm df iMurTlb CUICVV Nt v l MI4I -- if rltl tlUliafirljifIKCHLATSlK kr 6oo J800 Jaoo 93 661 69 07 7 20 7 24 609 618 626 869 907 915 9 23 9 31 9 32 712 727 943 966 969 1011 1014 1025 1035 1043 1049 1068 1105 1114 1125 1161 1166 1202 1209 9 61 LJ nua uruiiLiwii nMAwliBLii tty TwiceaWeek kl Courier Journal And The KentuctySt Vs3 12 20 West Point 1160am 665 1145 Howard 661 Wlllowdale 1135 645 Rock Haven 1128 6 40 Long Branch 1121 634 Brandenburg 1112 626 1102 Bkron 618 Gutton 1063 610 Irvington 1045 603 Webster 1037 560 Lodlburg 1023 542 Pierce 1020 6J4 Sample 1016 630 Stephensport 1007 6 28 Holt Cloverport Sklllman Ilawesvllle Petrle Falcon Lewlsport Waltmin Powera Patea Owensboro Mattlns ly Stanley Worthlngton Read Spottsville Griffith Shops Addison 1002 9 45 9 40 ptar Dally 7 45pm 7 39 7 43 969 618 615 6 0S 6 00 4 49 764 804 812 818 IlalUeil Not A comparison mado by nu old carpon tvr 20 years ngo may bo npplied in a much widtir sen so than ho had iu iniifd Ho wns spunking of two hoys brothers who hnd been scut to him to learn tho trade Thoy woro bright boys nud their father in tolling tho carpenter of his to n BBEIE Uoth one Year 8 27 8 33 8 42 927 917 909 908 140 438 419 413 4 NEWS 90 863 8 64 8 47 8 38 4M 04 916 9 21 llain 1146pm 827 818 768 368 925 8 07 8 01 7 62 3 44 8 88 Stt J13 801 2 9 32 For Only wllhihoTwlcc-a-Uesk 125 i We havo made a special clubbing arrangement 9 47pm 12 17 OMorn 1224 010pm 1240pm 9S9 Bassett 17 31 ar HewHw lv 713sio 746 7M 826 820 8 07 4te CASTOR A hr pleasure nt their progress in thoir work said ho could not soo but ono hnd doiio just ns woll ns the other 1 pro Uin ni I snid tho carpenter sumo to say thoir work looks about of a piece but Ill tell you tho diffuruueo botwist thoho two boyu You gtvo Ud just tho right tools and lioll do n real good job but Oy if ho hasnt got what ho needs hell mako hia own tools nud say nothing about it If I WU9 ensted ou a desert island and wantod n box oponod I should know therod bo no uso asking Ed to do it without I could poiut him put a hammer But Oyl nddod tho old carpentor Tho lack with n snap of his fingers of a hniumor wouldnt stump that boy Ilod havo something riggod up aud that box opened if thoro was auy open to it I oxpcot Oys going to march ahead of Ed all his life Twenty years havo provod tho truth of tho words for whilo tho boy who mado iia owu tools id rich his brother ia still ii n ordinary workman Youths Companion Late to bed and early to rise prepares a man for his home In the eklca Early to bod aad a LIU1 Early Kltwr th pill that BUikM Ilia longer aud batter apd irijw 8h0ft k Uayavaa c Â¬ rend that paper a Jours for iho price named to all our subrcribers who will renew and pay In ad vance or to ol new lubscrlhers who will pay In S npl copies Courier Journal sent Irte advance on appllcaii All subset Iptlonj under this offer must be sent to the CourierJournaland Trains Nos 41 vinKlon dally rafrh the national cL from Hardins theSeYreaWOfkBj Onlv tin mnn K6P vilIe6wnsbo7onW to the North and EurNs and JaMHaM call on or address AgenttrVythAtr msb pwa iJl Tfgw7 OMAHA BRECENRIDGE NEWS EXPDSITIO GREGORY P GO Wlurfnasters CL0VEHP0BT Local Airents Juno 1st to October 31st THE GRANDEST EXPOSITION except Worjda Pair ever planned in tho United States LocaUd within cheap and quiok aooew of tho entiro Missouri and Migeiseipi Valleys at your own doora Through tickets beyond Omaha allow Hop overs Reduced excursion raUa to Omaha Take tho Burlincton Route the old and established litxt to and through Omaha in any di Â¬ rection HOWAXl ttassssMl Steantoat Agents KENTUCKY Hone1sad Fertilizer Company and Staaiard Dealers la Oil tieiiaay Doom Saah Blinde Yellow Pine Floor ing and Ceiling Weather Boarding Shingle Bait Li so Cement Lath Plaater Plastering Hair Plow Handle- BdokgJSte fsasj f WJsbi j j tn arVJSjl far mWHVsfVMV 4MPVj sj - ELUOn L W WAKttJLJY MakasBBBsMsT it bJZIEt V THE BKKIOKRNRIDQEI NRWS GLOYRRPORT KY Tormenting years with tetter On my hands wore stiff and my fia gcra crooked Thoy would crack all over and the blood would ran from them The doctor ordered me- to giro tip work Then a friend said Try AYEIV8 BAR BAPARILLA I took in all eight bottles which completely healed me Mrs W SLOAN Royoraf ord Pa PERSONAL MENTION Mrs R N Hudson is visiting at Louis Â¬ rhlng I suffered for Tetter Breckenridge i - News 13 1898 WHDNKHDAY JULY J 1 Local Brevities V- - o Read Sulzors ad Snappybargalns in lawns Sulzers Bouaml awJndow a minute Sulzers Corn binders a handy thing or farm- Â¬ ers at a bargain Supers The lawn sale that you have waited for is now on at Sulzers Wild Cherry Phosphate is a very good drink in hot weather Sulzers J T Daniel is going to Lewisport to embark in the butcher business Tom Wroe has gono to Evansville where he will conduct a hotel for his ville Etull Nolto In spending his vacation at Louisville Peter Miller spent Monday at Bran Â¬ denburg Frank Boyd of Louisville was in the city Sunday MlfB Rosa Tlnlus is visiting her sister at Rock Vale Mr and Mrs Jo Snyder spent Sunday at Stephensport Dr A A Sluion spent Sunday with friends at Lebanon Ky Joe Cully has gone to Skillman whoro he will rrsldo in future Gus Brown of Uardinsburg was in the city Monday on business Miss Carrie Barger of Preston is visit Â¬ ing Mr and Mrs L D Addison Missis Georgie and Mannlo White are visiting relatives at Fisherville Attorney J A Deau of Owensboro was In the city Monday on busiuess Mrs G B Shaw of Louisville is visit- Â¬ ing friends and relatives at Toblnsport V G Babbago of Uardinsburg was in the city yesterday on legal business J Bacon Jr of Louisville was a guest at the Fisher homestead Sunday Miss Preston Vineyard of Florida is visiting her aunt Mrs W D Holt of Holt Mrs Coombs and daughter of Holt wero in the city Monday on a shopping tour Miss Lizzie Hanks of Stephensport is visiting her sister Mrs Emma Woisen hurg Misses Linnle DHuy and Ora Alexan- Â¬ der are in Pineville visiting Mrs George Reese Ed Wbitehouse came down irom West Point where he has been working Sat- Â¬ urday Mrs Eugene Haynes who has been visiting friends at Irvington has return- Â¬ ed home Miss Sallie Gregory is the guest of at Rock HaMiss Anna Brandenburg ven this week Ethel Benliam of Big Bend is ex- Â¬ pected to visit Mr and Mrs J A Barry in the near future Father Louis Spalding of Knoltsvllle Ky was the guest of Father Brey in this city Monday S R Hall of Webster left Tuesday for Newark Dakota He contemplates locating at that place Miss Irene- Jarboe left Tuesday for Skillman where she will spend two weeks with relatives Courtney Duncan returned home from Louisville Monday much improved in health and appearance Frank Greenwood one of the most respected farmers in this county was in the city visiting Monday Miss Blanche Potter of Bowling Green is to be the guest of Mr and Mrs Chas Skillman Friday Misses Ethel Oelze and Bessie Jarboe have returned from an enjoyable visit with friends at Hardinsburg Professor J D Kelloy of West Louis- Â¬ ville was in the city Thursday visiting Father Brey and other friends Mrs Silas Harrington of Muldraugh has returned after paying a pleasant vis it to her daughters in this city Mrs Williams who has been on an extensive business trip to Texas has returned to her home at Addison Mrs L M Dom of Louisville has ar- Â¬ rived in the city to be the guest of Mr and Mrs H V Harris at Font Hill Mrs Mason Dyer of Henderson who has been the guest of Mr and Mrs Chas Skillman has returned home Miss Matlie Withers of Muldraugh who has been visiting friends here re- Â¬ turned to her home Saturday evening Mrs Irene Dugger who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Frank Boyd Owensboro returned home Saturday evening William Hall Jr of St Louis Mo has arrived at his home in Webster to visit his parents Mr and Mrs William Hall Sr Miss Eflie Posten who has been the guest of Mies Elizabeth Skillman at Cedarwood has returned to her home at Louisville Little Miss Rachel Vance left Friday for Owensboro where she will spend several weeks with her uncle Ed Briedenbach Mrs Dr Watkins and children and Miss Mayme Griffith have gone to Ash villa S 0 and will spend the summer above the clouds Mr and Mrs 0 M Heston and Mr and Mrs Jesse Whllwortb of Hardini burg were tho guests of Mr and Mrs J A Heston in this city Sunday J F Falrleigb Louisville and Robt Clary of Seattle Washington reached the city Monday evening They spent Tuesday with their aunt Mrs J D B ibhage Upton nee Miss Pearl Brain- Mrs ard and Mlsa Annie Murphy of Chi- Â¬ cago Ills came to the city Thursday They carno to visit friends and relatives and will be in the city two weeks Â¬ Â¬ WHEAT FIGURES How Golden Grain is Panning Out Thirty seven Bushels of Wheat to the Acre A SPLENDID YEAR BUNAS VICTORY Dr S B tar Imam ASVSK ASSIA4 Phenomenal Activity In the Clothing Business BANNER WHEAT YEAR aunt Manager Cerf of The Fair is making an extensive advertising trip through the county After a short life the Arm of Wroe Klein has dissolved and their meat mar- Â¬ ket is a thing of the past Thomas Morrison of this city is a skilled musician and is now playing with Q the orchestra on the steamer Ragon Clyde Morrison ol Cloverport and a office spent the week with friends here Cannelton Telephone J P Hobson of Hardin county has been nominated by the Democrats of the Sixth Judicial district as their candidate for the appellate Judgeship Hon John W Lewis of Washington county has announced himself as candi- Â¬ date for tho Republican nomination for appellate Judge in tho Sixth district Cannelton Telephone Miss Mamie Mattlngly of Itono passed through here Sunday on her way to Uardinsburg Ky where she will spend the summer with relatives printer in the News ON A SPREE John LushComes To Orlef Here urday Sat- Â¬ John Lush conducts a distillery in Porry county Indiana but shows a decided preference for the product of Ken- Â¬ tucky distilleries On Saturday lip came to this city and in the language of the The taugle streets took aboard a jag fopt made him belligerent and profane and his voice and actions became dis Â¬ tasteful to the people City Marshal Hall took him in tow and on Monday he was up before Judge Skillman who fined him 9 and the trimmings Â¬ QOOD MAN QONE James Beavin Ends a Life of Usefulness Â¬ By the death of James Beavin which occurred Thursday morning Cloverport lost a most esteemed and respected cit- Â¬ izen The deceased was born near St Marys and was 55 years old at the time of his demise His death was due to nervous prostra- Â¬ tion and ended an illness of two months duration He leaves two brothers Jno F Beavin and Benedict Beavin and a sister Mrs Charles Elder as survivors The funeral took place Friday morn Â¬ ing and was largely attended the enter merit being at St Marys cemetery AN ELOPEMENT Popular Glendeanc Couple Harried at Cannelton Lytle Jolly and Miss Georgle Beaton two well known young people who live at Glendeane were the central figures of a run away marriage at Caunolton last Thursday They stopped in this city on their return and went from here to Glendeano in their buggy They wtre accompanied by James R Powell Olflcers Installed P took place meeting The serve for the en- FT Polk 0 0 E H f O E Whitehead Pre- Wroe Mof W A A La- feUt K of R S R Berry M of A J M Lalleist I G J T Daniel 0 G E Whitehead and Sam Conrad Trua- pf Robinson Alade Happy Alex Robinson colored was made Interesting Program Fmbraolng Many BRAVE BOYS happy by Undo Sam Friday night when Topics of Interest the government sent him a voucher for The following is the program of the 284 53 the amount of back payment From Breckenridge On Their Goshen Ministers and Members Meet due on his pension Way To Cuba ing to be held at Lost Run Breckenridge county at 10 a m Friday before the 5th DeWitts Little Early Risers The famous little pills Oct Sea Sick on n Transport Ship at Sunday in July 1898 The Mode of Haptism Sea JDDuncan QUARTERLY REPORT A V Armstrong II Veech op Tim W II The Proper Subject for llaptism June 30 08 Editor Breckenriikik Rutledge U A Sturgeon KT I jyinan BANK J M Wath News We broke camp yesterday at The Origin of Methodism BRECKINRIDGE bum It n White hall past two oclock and boarded our Man to lrcach Will He do CLOVERPORT KY train for Port Tampa where our transport IfCiodCallia M I Compton Joseph Dugglns It f was awaiting us We wore rushed WUI the Heathen be Saved Without the GosAt the close of business on the 30th day pel r aboard and packed below like so many ITLewis C M lluchannan of June lSJS Old1 1 hogs and started on our trip early this The Evidences ol Conversion ham J R Ward morning This is a flag ship There An Exposition ol Whltsltism RESOURCES W V are about 1200 of us on board The HarrellJ W Vallandlngham Loans and discounts less loans ongincer told me that wo would travel at How May We Best Promote the Interests of to directors 73J0J Our Sunday school Work JN the rate of about eight miles an hour aStj30 Loans to officers Lynch Richard Ilasham A D Ashcraft Overdralts unsecured 179 31 It will take us sometime to reach Cuba 1 The Mission Board will conveno at 5Si66 91 Due from National banks Nothing would please me better than to m Saturday Due Irom state banksandbank- be in Cuba now though we may meet p aioyo6l 76j57j3 ers WVIlAIinKLL c with a warm recoption when we get Joski h DUaciINS J Banking house and lot 300000 there but we are all well equipped and Other real estate- iijcoao have plenty of ammunition WEBSTER 1010000 U S Bonds Joe Mattlngly and Ell Hawkins are 30816 73 Other stocks and bond Specie here but Joe would rather be at home 1700000 nights for sleeping Fine Currency 937- s37 He says army life dont agree with him The health of tho community good I wish that some of the boys that I used jooooo Furniture and Fixtures to roam the hills with were here with A most excellent season for threshing Debts In suit tU i me to be tossed about by the waves of Miss Addie Simmons is visiting rela- Â¬ the Atlantic Eli Hawkins remarked to tives at Owensboro LIABILITIES me this morning that this looked like Mlsa Mattie Withers visited frionds at Capital stock paid in in cash 45100x0 Clover creek after a big rain While I Surplus fund 1000000 Cloverport last Snnday am writing he has joined in with the 5S151 Undivided profits Miss Gola Orendorf is visiting Miss Duedepositors as follows viz t boys in singing My Old Kentucky Ollie Payne at Bewleyvllle Deposits subject to check on Home which Interest is not paid 8370773 Fred Moorman Owensboro was at July 1st We are yet fn the Gulf of Time certificates of deposit on high home a few days last week Mexico The waves are running which interest Is paid 9j80ui I7954l6 and tossing the boys about some of them Kurtz Simmons of Hardinsburg at 1804 00 Unpaid Dividends are getting sea sick I expect they will tended church here Sunday 663 77 Fund to pay taxes be put off at Key West if they dont im- Â¬ Â¬ Will Hall Jr arrived home last Satprove 37W3 urday from a trip to Kansas I oq State of Kkntucy This is the flag ship of this expedition Smith English Cloverport found at- County ol Breckinridge two more trannports are on their way A II Skillmtn cashier of Breckinridge Bank a portion of last week now I can see one of them plunging tractions here a bank located and dolnf business at No Wall street Mrs L M Matlieny and son Jesse In the city ol Cloverport in said county being duly through the deep Our transport has five hundred thousand rounds of ammu- arrived here Sunday for a few weeks sworn says that the foregoing report Is in all re spects a true statement of the condition of the said outing nition aboard and the City of Macon bank at the close of business on the 30th day of Â¬ Misses Orendorf and Crozier of Louiswhich is behind us has the artillery It June 1898 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said bankhas is a much larger ship than this one and ville are the guests of Miss Ada B Hen been transacted at the location named and not travels much faster than we are going derson elsewhere and that the above report Is made in are not going but about fifteen miles We Scott Knott is rejoicing over the ar compliance with an official notice received from the an hour and are getting tired sailing rival of a young admiral at his house the Secretary of State designating the joth day of June already some of us would not make good Uth iust 189S as the day on which such report shall be made A II Skillman Cashier sailors they say that the sea water dont Farmers who have threshed wheat are W II IIowwek agree with them It is now three p m pleased with both yield and quality of 5 Directors J T Skillman J V NUIluv and we are anchored here at Key West their grain Subscribed and sworn to befoie me by A II and an Associated Press boat is here Mrs J T Gaddie returued last week Skillman cashier the 3th day of July lCOS gathering news for tho people There Chas II Skillman N I B C to relatives in Commission expires Jan 16 1900 are several battle ships hero waiting to from a three weeks visit escort us to Cuba we will start out some Â¬ Hart couuty T J Compton and family are off to time to night Well when I arrive in QUARTERLY REPORT Cuba I will write you frequently bo no Sample on an extended visit to friends OP THE and relatives Respectfully more W S Kino Milt Rawlings and family of Owens- Â¬ BANK OF HARDINSBURG boro came up Sunday to visit his uncle IIARDINSDURO KY In Flying Colors Crawford Beauchamp Cannelton Telephone Mrs Jas Pato and daughter Mis Cat At the close of business on the 20th day The Bbvckenbidub News came out tie Pate of McQuady are visiting J O of June 1818 last week in flying colors flaunting a Pate at Valley Home large American flag before its readers An ice cream supper at J 0 Pates on UKSOUltCRS on the first page the eve of the 4th was immensely en Â¬ Loans and discounts less loans to directors 9J09joyed by both young and old Loans to directors omitrs 4XsXtxscxsXsxsxe Howard Mathls Owensboro is visiting aoco not included 7ig at Mrs Kurtz and rapidly regaining his Overdrafts unsecured ao 34 i i 4613111 strength from au attack of typhoid Due from National banks 4613111 remaps you tnave maae Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Tho oldest Inhabitant Is astonished at the wheat yield In Brorkenrldg county this year It Is simply immense and excoeds the wildest dreams of tho iiiobI optimistic farmer The yield will average twenty live bushels to the acre all over the county Tho most productive field yet known is one b iloagtug to Jake Hanks who raised HG bushels to tho acre the largest yield ever known in Breckenrldgo and ono that recalls the amazing stories told of the prolific soli of the western states Addison Dick have already sold two cars of new wheat and they have been fortunate enough to secure a rrlce of 70 cents per bushel Among the largest yields that have been made in this sec Â¬ tion of the county are Scott Bell 450 bushels Wm Boultlnghous GOO J E Hanks 814 0 J Fella 337 Mitchell Seaton 1500 Hemy Coons 1428 W D Ho t 1500 and Jack Groes between 5000 and OOOO These crops have all been raised at Holt and Addison and the farmers up there say tho crops are better than they have been in thirty years past Â¬ Carl Richardson a member of the wholesale clothing firm of Hllpp Rich- Â¬ sssssssssssssssstsr Dear Sin I feel ardson fc Co of Louisville is visiting aWiaBW i lllco anew woman his parents at their home at Union Star ainco using your Mr Richardson said to a News reporYour medicine ter that this had been n year of phenom has helped mo so enal activity in the clothing business much that I can He says that his firm has done a larger f work and never business and has sold tnoro garments fool tired out When I first began to uso than in years past your medicine I couldnt sweep my own room run the sewing machine or lift The victory rests with Americas Great Â¬ anything not oven aclmlr It even hurt est Medicine Hoods Sarsaparllla when mo to rido or walk any distance Now It enters the battle against Impure blood I can do all this and I believe more and never feel the effects of it I feel 0fflcer5 Elected so proud of tho way it has brought mo The stock holders of the Far in e is out that I tell it far and near I can heartily recommend your medicino to Deposit Bank held their first annual any woman Buffering from female dis Â¬ meeting on June 30 for the purpose of ease I know from experience that re electing ofllcers for the ensuing year your medicino will do just what you and to wind up the business for the past say it will I thank you Doctor a year Tlw ofllcers elected for tho com- Â¬ thousand times for your treatment I follows II 0 Wood shall recommend your medicino wherÂ¬ ing year were as ever I go I know what it has done for son President II B Phillips Vice mo and I know it will do the same for President J A Armstrong Cashier others I feel that there are thousands II 0 Woodson II B Phillips Geo of other women who would after using Reiman Ed Yeakel Geo Casperke D your treatment as I did bo thankful C Pusey Directors The past years I am so glad I got your treatment business was very satisfactory to all This month is the first time in my lifo parties interested Meade Messenger that I can remember of having my menses without pain Why I cant do Dont Stop Him anything but recommend He has a bad attack of colic and Is Miss Emma L Bolden WUbcrforce O a Medicino Co Colum- Â¬ making for A R Fisher Cloverport R Tho bus O will mall Dr Hartmans special A Shellman Stephensport Gordon book for women free on application to Haynes Pateevllle E A Witts Hardinsburg drug store after a bottle of womenonly AlldruggistssellFe-ru-n- a Foleys Colic Cure 25c - Cclumbut O MLUi W m Po-ru-- Â¬ Stick Out Your Foot And wc will put a shoe on it that will make it feel cool and comfortable this hot weather Nothing is more lasting than a worrysome shoe it tries ones nerves and ones temper Get the right kind get it of us and your troubles will dissipate like the dew be Â¬ fore a morning sun 1 Po-ru-- A Store Full of Summer Footwear at Po-ru-n- Â¬ Your Command MINISTERS MEETINQ m 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 SULZERS i3gtEiS3 2S-- V Q BABBAGE Real Estate Agent and S Attorney-at-L- a SOSSCgS BOUNTY FOR WARSHIPS SUNK HARDINSBURG RY 0SSSS0S3CeSi sx5Se4tx Swiss Cheese A At Least 170000 and Probably More for the Hen of Sampsons Fleet up your mind to take fever The newlvekoiBfucera of Brecken- - Scoffs Emulsion this summer Then look for It JAfJr this picture on the wrapper a man with a big - s fish on his back Do not let anyone talk to you of sometning just as pood when vou want cod liver oil and the hypo- phosphites you want the very best Vou will find thorn in only one place The farmeis of this Bection ard not selling their wheat as UBtial from the thresher but are sending to the eleva- Â¬ tors to await better prices Now if Watson could have an oppor- Â¬ tunity to meet the Cadiz fhet the rem Â¬ nant of Spains navy would join the in Â¬ vincible Armada at the bottom of the BvAf Hanking house and lot Other real estate Other stocks and bonds Exchanges for clearings Furniture and fixtures Expenses last six mpnths LIAUIL1TIUS Capital stock paid In In rash Undivided profits Deposits subject to check Ion whlh Interest Is not paid 74146 36 Time certificates of deposits on which Interest Is paid C3447J7 V i 1 Mass CeHventloH There will be a mass meeting of the FopW party of Breckenridge county 1M at Hardinabnrg Ky on Saturday ly 18 1803 for the purpose of electing fetigatM to the OoagresslQ al Convea- Mom which will raeer at Kllzabethtown a July 30th to nominate a candidate The meeting will be at for Congress be Mrt house at 11 a m Oh P P B 0 X II MeMallen Stpgi That Sing ThemtelyM How themusie comes from a Graph ophone cylinder is a mystery that adds much to the fascination of the machine The songs of the Graphophone are liter ally songs that slug themselves The an enter Â¬ Graphophone is marvellous The Graphophone might be tainer described as all musical instruments la Me You cab get from it aay kind of maakyoH want voeal or Instrumental It ki the perfeet talking machine fer Lets Seld efltertalBBient at home it baa bo rival as Ttw MeOrae property was sold at the its repertoire is anlluiiUd Further Â¬ liwlawae t the trwe of the state J more it rosea less than a cheap raosissl AUmOmm inthUclty at public salt iBSirMBMnt Write for eatslogM Xo 39 tfowky TUIotabrougbtf ttTMaiMl to the Galiimbta Pboioraph Company Uawmw No 91S Ntuylyanln Ays Washing Â¬ powluMwl by Obl ton D 0 m4J IDmw u Scotts Emulsion There ia no ether eihul- slon like it none other does the same work and no other has the same record of cures 8COTTXWC All Druf fists wneea w 4 It Nil Mrs Horace Kendall and daughter Mary Addle are visiting Miss Addie English Mrs Kendall has a noble son 1 who has gone to the front to help up-Â¬ Stat or Kentucky cjcj County ot lireckenridga J hold the grandest and most glorious dig B F Beard President Bank of Hardinsburg a wafted by the breezes between earth and bank located and doing business In the city of Hsr heaveu diniburg in said county being duly sworn lays respects Every acquisition of new territory on tbit the foregoing report Is In allsaid bank a true of the at the the part of the United States lias met statementbusiness condition of the of on the joth day June 1848 to with opposition yet all have proved to close of and belief be valuable additions If the world can the best of his knowledge said bank has and Amber been trans business be made happier belter and more pros Â¬ says that the location ot named and not elsewhere perous by passing under Anglo Saxon acted at the the above report Is mad in compliance control we shall hall with delight such and thatofficial notice received Iroaa the Secretary a consummation even to the utteraoet with an of State dteignotUa the 30th day ol June 1898 as part of the earth tha dy on which such report shall be made SauaJpHM wields a free lance awl B r Dump fmldeat though he Jouchos vitals on every hand Mollis KtKIIDdl I Directors WillMillm yet he never wakes a thrust amise He O W HXAHD oocupUw a large andaxoltMi v flekl and BuecisW4 aa4 awera to teWe km by B F ami of eoam Jault bin for foviatiiMr UK from the beaten paths that long ttuMMT Bears W t dy f I rsuunt BsMacy N P B C nasmaurigoty we wonm wu wk isielon Kea- v bibb to eauanaqe My unseals she aaais uou tiMtu ana Hecky irM oer ail utu mm oi tan Not glory alone accrues to the men of Admiral Sampsons command for the destruction of Cerveras fleet but a con- Â¬ siderable amount of hard cash For every man on the Spanish warships at the time of tho attack our sailors receive 100 bounty in accordance with section 1135 ol tho Revised Statutes of the United States which says A bounty shall be paid by the United States for each person on board any ship or vessel of war belonging to an enemy at the comtnencinent of an engagement which is sunk or otherwise destroyed in such engagement bv and ship or vessel belonging to the United States or which it may be necessary to destroy in conse Â¬ quence of injuries sustained in action of 100 if the enemys vessel was of inferior force and of 100 if of equal or superior force to be divided among the ofllcers and crew in the same manner as prize money If there wore l7f0 men on Cerycras ships which presented a force inferior to the Americans the bounty will be somewhat more than 170000 which is divided in the same manner as prize money l 0 to the commanding oflicer of the fleet 1 50 to the commanding of Â¬ ficer af a division of the fleet MOO to fleet Captain and 110 of each vessels share to the Captain of that vessel the remainder being apportioned to all other ofllcers and men in proportion to their pr y As the law provides that all vessels with Â¬ 3000 in signal dlstanco of tho action and In 6iii condition to rendor aid share in the 30456 priz money it is likely that most of the 103118s 1000 fleet will profit by the Spanish defeat 14115 In the case of the torpedo boat destroy Â¬ l9j8jo9 ers Furor and lluton which were knocked to pieces by the converted 2Sooo yacht Corsair the superior force was 709II6 obviously on the Spanish side there Â¬ fore the bounty will be 200 per capita Pro Â¬ for those on board tho destroyers 07i3 93 bably the complement of the two ships 19135509 was 135 men making that bounty of the were attacked and de Â¬ stroyed by any of our vessels Inferior in fighting power the award in such caso will be 200 for each mau aboard those destroyed ships also and It may be that the final bounty will be largely In excess of 170000 27000 If It appears Spanish vewuls Dried Beef Boiled Ham Canned Meats y Fresh Eatables of ever kind 0 CITY a BAKERY Q 3XSS WITTS ISA STORE FIXTURE IN HARDINSBURG Everybody knows Witts Store It contains the best and purest line of drugs and General Merchandiso in this district that any others HNEST GOODS HONEST PRICES HONEST DEALINGS Are the inducements of Â¬ fered to patronize this es Â¬ tablishment and they have been In vogue ever since the store started 4 Larry Carroll Dead Carroll a well known farmer of Larry advanced age died Monday at the home of Felix Asklns near Jolly Station Ills usera takes place today BMNtU n nt O ITOI sltejKWYwMWwytBMiM at NfuUn if 4Klt WITTS HARDINSBURQ E A KY ri 6 Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY I THK WITH TH J BJaeKlSmEM i NKWe OLOYJMilRtf KT CHENAULT Mr Thomas GANG i f 1 I writing Mr Crafton Cunningham is at home Outing on a visit verport Farmers are busy saving their grain Along tne line of cooking materials is How the Editors Enjoyed the Luke Wheat thrashing is pushed rapidly threshing etc Thoy Contlnuod to Sproad In Splto through Trip generally all right They talk from Mr Eugene Gllliland is visiting friends of Troatmont but Now Thoy aro A fine garden insures a bountifully and relatives here A Wonderful Work Healod experience not hearsay filled table For many years I have been a great TOOK IN A DISTILLERY Dr Milner and eon Dr Jim wore here Mrs Peyton has quiet a number of Friday to attend on Mr Kelloy utferer with varicose veins on one of ray limbs My foot and ilinb became dread summer guests The tour to tho Mncklnac Islands ia Miss Grace Allen of Louisville is vis Â¬ fuMy swollen When 1 stood up I could oyer and the Press hoys have all about Dr Harris of Virginia is located hero iting her aunt Mrs Abe Alton fed the blood rushing down tho veins o returned to their sanctoriums to engage for the present Old and young from surrounding vil Â¬ thtaeLmb One day I accidentally hit my in another year of hard and descrying Mr John Hughes returned from Lou lages attended Childrens Day at this toot against some object and a soro broke struggle isvllle last week out which continued to spread and was placo exceedingly painful I concluded I Mrs Mercer is visiting friends and Mr Fonule Rhodes and wife were As an outing it was Indeed a needed a blood purifier and I began taking relatives at Lodlburg home on a short visit and departed for In a short timo magnificent one and will long be Hoods Saruparllia Mr and Mrs Sam Morgan went to Brandenburg Sunday those dreadful sores which had caused remembered Many a weary and worn Ohio county last week mo so much suffering began to heal I out countenance before the departure Little Lucile and Minnie MacCunning Hon Harry Summers won the medal kept on faithfully with Hoods Sarsapn had been renewed new lifo instilled and for oratory Mr Frank Peyton has ordered a new ham are visiting their grandma and took rllla and in a short timo my limb was possessed of an attractiveness of intellec- Â¬ piano for his daughter a part in Childrens Day completely healed and tho sores gave mo tual brightness Thos H Arnold formerly of Middles Mrs B F Parr and sister Mrs Smith are Smith Quertermous returned from an experienced housekeeper you no more pain I cannot bo too thankful borough but now editor of the Chicago from Louisville last week at home on a visit Mr Parr may re Â¬ for the wonderful work Hoods Sarsrfpa Friday July 1 there boarded the Dispatch acted as the witty speech may be convinced that you will al rllla has done for me Mrs Gross of Bewley is the guest of main with us sometime Mns A E Nashville railroad train at maker His saying were good Louisville Gilson Hartland Vermont son Charlie at this place her Mr Guy E Burcb one of Chenaults ways find a select variety of gpjodf Louisville about 160 membeis of the Sarsa- - Kentucky Press Association for Cincin- Â¬ Mackinac is a small village densely Mr G W Butler of Shreve went to most get up and get young men has clean fresh Groceries in stook and that accepted a position at tbe Farmers Home nati O Immediately upon our arrival inhabited built upon a declivity but Hartford Monday to attend court Hotel and requests all of his friends to In fact tho One True Mood Purifier Is the best our prices are right too we were directed to the Palace Hotel Miss Mary Peyton has returned from quite an interesting resort There are call and see him when in the city After perfecting all arrangmenU clean numerous costly cottages endless hotels visiting Irvlngton and Bewleyvllle Hoods Pills cure all liver Ills 23 cents Childrens Day was observed here Sun- Â¬ ing up partaking of a sumptuous din Â¬ and many entertaining instructive and Miss Jennie Green is expecting a num- Â¬ day and was a success B F Parr train- Â¬ Morningstar called picturesque places to yisit The season ner etc Secretary BEWLEYVILLE ber of guests from Louisville soon ed the children and ihey deserve great the members together nnd all assembled has just now opened and there you Falls of Rough contributed liberally praise for rendering their pieces so nice- Â¬ room where each was honored with would in a Miss Blanche Jolly Is on tho sick list think that the almighty dollar a most artistic and handsome badge i grew on trees I would not advise you to the audience of the great Sam Jones ly We were blessed with good order a Phelps Walker visited friends at Gar which entitled such representatives to to seek this resort unless you had money Miss Jennie Green sent her piano to beautiful day and the best of all a good nettsville lasfweek all courtesies extended At H oclock to burn One ot the principal sports is Louisville last week to have new works sermon by Bro Cundiffin the afternoon Pro Pumphrey and wife recently vis Â¬ Secretary Stevens of the citizens com- Â¬ fishing It isnt any trouble to catch put in ited their relatives in this vicinity BIG SPRING mittee of Cincinnati had in readiness from twenty to fifty fish in an hour To Miss Bertha Phillips of Shreve Ohio Miss Kosa Stith of Louisville visited three elegant cars for a ride over the fully appreciate the resort one should county has a house full of young lady IRVINGTON tVvayl Clara Jordan several days last week city Che first place of note visited was remain during the season which is visitors from Indiana W Jones has returned from Mr Win Cain Sr visited the Zoo where an elaborate lunch bad about three months You will find the T J Jolly and Mrs Ed Thomas Davison and Miss Henderson Residence property is in demand at been prepared which was served dalnt tho people to be congenial hospitable relatives in Meade county the Fourth Born to the wife of Jesse Hardaway Iryington and Bell Davison havo gone to Ohio county ly with light liquid refreshments About willing Miss Lena Drury has been quite sick to make your stay a pleasant to visit their aunt Mrs Harl July 10th a son the time for the capacities of all to be one Miss Trabue of Louisville is visiting in the last week but is now improving Tho Press consisted of the Mr Jesse Clarkson is on the sick list Miss Hamilton Tyler at Oakland Place Mrs Jack Harl of Ohio county is very supplied we wero then shown the won Brains of Kentuck It is doubtful ill and has been for several weeks there with malaria fever Miss Gola Orendorf who is a guest of derful curiosities of that famous garden that another body of more brotherly fel- Â¬ Mr and Mrs Will Gardner are duly Miss Ollie Payne was at Sunday school Born to the wife of James Brown tho installed The hotel was reached about 0 oclock lows can be found Everything goes is little hope of her recovery in their new home and are as Miss Carrie On en passed through Ir Â¬ That night tho whole party took in the Tbe Club House is full of summer 8th inst a daughter happy as turtle doves nothing spared vlngton July 2 on her way to Chica Lagoon where many attractions were guests who will remain until jack frost Born to the wife John Pendleton the Miss Bessio Moorman of Qlendeane mauga to be seen It was at the hour of mid Â¬ 3rd inst a daughter makes city life again tolerable If you want to farm profitably come to is a pleasant addition to our list of visit- Â¬ Among the party was Mr Ban F Quite a number from Bewleyvllle at- Â¬ night when our headquarters were Darieti where you can get the highest mar Â¬ MIbs Bottle Clarkson is visiting relaMrs Kitty Davison has returned from ors A guest of Mrs Jimmie Lewis who is possessed with magnetic ket price for your cormtalki corn tobacco tended the Sulphur well picnic the reached All retired to be awakened at Hulln Ohio county where she was called on ac-Â¬ tives in Brandenburg wheat tomatoes potatoes and sweet corn Tho Misses Hook from Hardinsburg Fourth the unseemly hour of 4 oclock to catch charms and through his clever jokes and count of the illness of her sister Mrs We have a cellulose factory that buys all Miss Mary Graham is here visiting are delightful companions for our young laughable capers had the gang in an D train for Toledo O This O H Dr J M Walker was called to see a the the cornstalks a canning factory that buys Jack Harl Miss Wlllible Moorman uproar people guests at Mr G W Bandys patient in Hill Grove vicinity Saturday was excruoiating as many were worn out all the tomatoes peas sweet corn and beans I like to see tbe papers decorated Miss Hallie Craycroft is visiting Miss Jess Jolly of Owensboro and that are brought to them and as you are well awaro this is the evening The ladies were above the average with our countrys flag The Bbecken friends in Washington county Mlos Oliye Henderson of Louisville are most pleasant moment of ones sleeping Mr Forrest Stith and family of Gus We have a Urge number of good farms In entertaining and congenial They gave hi doe News of June 29th was the most visiting Misses Nellie and Nora Hender Â¬ Miss Mayme Medley has returned ton spent a day with friends over this hours However some did not have to Daviess county lor sale all over the county inspiration to the trip Without them beautiful specimen of the kind I have home after a weeks visit at Flaherty son undergo tbis unpleasantness A rush from I to so miles from Owensboro the way lost week seen county seat We will sell you Improved or was made for baggage but fortunately tho whole tour would have been utterly Mrs Piggott will give a patriotic pic-Â¬ Ben Clarkson Jr was in Elizabeth The cold nave is truly invigorating Miss Pearl Milan returned from Steph- unimproved land from lo to sj per cent incomplete I cannot say whether any on Wed Quite a relief after the warm weather we none were left Tne scenes aloLg the of the unmarried men fell in love or not ensport last week where she has been town last Sunday calling on a fair one nic to the children at her home cheaper than any oe else And sell Hon O over the 0 II D 13th The members of the B V nesday route to Toledo easy terms that will suit you have been baring Miss For I believe had all faces been thrown visiting Bro Cundlffs family Mr Boswell of Louisville was here R 0 are invited Is great and the corps of men in this Send for our 180S list of Daviess county The Hon Charles Blanford after a companys employ are ever watchful of into one it would have been the treasure Mattie Brisaw accompanied her borne last Friday eve the guest of Miss BarÂ¬ farms just out Miss Bettle McGebeo entertained a and will be her guest for several weeks nard long continued absence attended Sun the needs of the traveling public spot of the world of the young people in honor of number day school July 10th Mr Cas Rhodes does not improve on This city was reached about 2 oclock Miss Clara Morris is here to spend the Miss Lena Hensley Friday from 5 to 11 Robort E MurmuKstar has the con- Â¬ the contrary be seems to grow weaker summer with her sister Mrs John Tbos Cain was out Saturday afternoon and there awaited us cars for transportaai4 2 Third Street oclock A delightful time was had by taking orders for groceries He made tion to the docks Here marvelous gratulation of every one for the excellent all tbe time his throat seems to be Meador all uvrcnauuKU MiniubM much worse lately as you can scarce- Â¬ quite a nice order which he hopes to sights are to he seen elegant and costly way in which he managed the g tng Miss Weaver of Louisville is a guest Mr Chick Chambers of Louisville s ly hear him speak above a whisper A steamers stare you in the face The enlarge was the guest of Miss Lydia Clarkson at Washington Place with Mr and Mrs gentleman who has just been to see him Ex President Loving Gaiues was the Abb Newman and Mr and Mrs Perry last week Mr and Mrs Z T Stith and Mr and party had become fatigued from tailroad DR CALDWELLS told me last evening BJ Mrs R M Sanders of Louisville spent ing wtiich necessitated a moment or recipient of many boquets for tho excelAllen Stith of Stiths Valley was here Weaver all together forming a delight- Â¬ f twos rest and the removing of cinders lent services rendered while acting in It makes our heart sad to know that Sunday afternoon and attended church ful house party Sunday with Mr and Mrs B A Hard CURES IND IOESTION 11 from the eyes Suddenly there came an his capacity of president so r any of our brave men have lost away of Guston at night Mr Weaver preached at tbe Baptist alarm all aboard and on the City their lives at the hands of cruel Span- Â¬ The inevitable thrashing machine calls Mr and Mrs Kit Martin visited their church Sunday The church has called of Mackinac and shortly we were As everyone knows the reputation iards while others are languishing in out the farmers aud sends their wives to stained he ami daughter Mrs Kit Miller of Yertress to its pastorate Rev Crockerywho has wending our way to Mackinac Island Kentucky has achieved for her fine in I capitals with terrible wounds in tbe A young lady from tho city was tryÂ¬ the cooking stove and makes times live- Â¬ a distance of some 400 recently returned from his Missionary miles by lake horses both saddle and harness Still I scorching heat of that tropic clime last Sunday ing her hand as an amateur saleswoman ly hurrying things generally Miss Fanny Cain Hardaway of Bew- Â¬ charge in China This is comparatively a new steamer doubt if there is a livery man who has though the brilliant achievement of so in a plantation store ono mornisg last Sam Henry Stith arrived Saturday to very costly handsomely furnished and yet Mr and Mrs R B McGlotblan have woek when an old colored woman gor Â¬ received the exorbitant price of six many great victories proves our super- Â¬ leyvllle spent a few days with her aunt be the guest of parents and other rela- accommodations are not to be surpassed dollars an hour for the present broken up house keeping geously arrayed in her Sunday clothes Mrs Strother last week I shall not give the iority to the world tives for several weeks Mr Stith mov- Â¬ The voyage was a most Instructive one names but two of the MIbs Mayme Barnard has returned to owiug to the sale of tbe property which entered the store and pointing to a bot- Â¬ most distinguish When I read Quo Vadis which so ed to Arkvusae some years ago The numerous cities along the route ed gentlemen in the party paid this graphically portrays the hellish reign of her home in Louisville after a weeks they occupied We hope they will soon tle of German cologne on one of the Ka nnohla1 tt lnata nl ha highest shelves asked nA nt 10 Thos J Stith is making fine progress have the appearance of tbriftinesflenter amount each Nero I thought how wonderfully good stay with Miss Lydia Clarkson What dat again on n new dwelling We much admire prise and are in every sense and gentle 1b the world to day compared Old Uncle Steve Moorman colored Thats cologne auntie The friends of Clarence Board will be the plan of the house fnd think when Since leaving Toledo the only hearty Well Ill take it It was remarked by nearly all that it with that tyrants rule but when I read age 78 died last Wednesday He was glad to bear that his condition is flatterfinished there will be ample room for welcome wbb the reception tendered the was the soberest press Dolighted at having made a sale in that eyer went of the fiendish barbarity of the Spaniards one of the oldest men around here ing and with the excellent treatment such a short time the young lady busied all gang by the Hiram Walker Distillery out on their annual trip I change my mind and feel how neces Â¬ Protracted meeting is in progress at Company at Walkerville Canada they Little Mifs Ada Beard of Hardinsburg sary it is to curb the progress of this the Methodist church Rev Walton is and care bestowed upon him hopes are herself in getting down tho bottle and Bauiiaqe E 0 entertained that he will soon be entirely dusting it for the customers inspection was a pleat ant visitor lust week and we did the act most royally and the impres- Â¬ whole sale murderer and oppressor of the being assisted by Bro Lister of Glascow at tho same time commenting upon its well by them shall never be forhope she will come again soon There sion made present Ky SAVED OUR LIFE A number of the Hardinsburg young excellencies with the volubility of an Before the arrival at Mackinac is always a hearty welcome for Ada with gotten Mrs Sue Mercer Mrs Jennie Morgan Master Franklin Kinciieloe of Har-Â¬ people are guests of Misses May and experienced auctioneer all linen costumes had to be removed us Mrs Kitty Davison Misses Mary Peyton dinsburg after a weeks stay with mas- Â¬ Blanche Olaycomb I believe auntie she continued Last Saturday eve Mrs Piggott and children Mrs Eliza The whole trip on the lake was a panoÂ¬ Do Not Neglect the Kidneys and Mabel and Zllpah Ohambllss Bell Davi- Â¬ that this is ter Morris Collie returned home Satur- Â¬ they Invited a number of the Bewley- Â¬ manufactured tho finest perfume ever rama of beauty Mackinac dock was Jolly aud Miss Mary Blanford dined with son and Cora Wingate Messrs Willis day accompanied by Miss Annie DeJar vllle Irvlngton and Bladder other young people She was brought to a sudden pause Mrs Ken Wathen and attended the B touched at 5 oclock July 4 and the and Preston Green Robert and David nette and Mary Smith to meet them and a gay time they had for the old negress had thrown np both struggle for heavy wraps was in every V It C iu the afternoon Friday July Ohambllss Ben Storms and family Bro hands in horrified protest indeed Miss Mary McMeador entertained way amuBiug Disorder of these important organs Miller and wife and The Grand hotel could 6th a host of ethers Stop right darl Youse done gib last Thursday eve in honor of her guests not be reached too soon for that beautl causes Brights disease rheumatism pain whose names did A merry lot of young people chaperon- Â¬ not learn went to Misses I Rev W II Bruner Highland will lul country fire Annie DeJarnette and Mary ed by Mesdames McGlotblan and Gard Â¬ youself away Fust you said cologne side which gives out iu the back dropsy and other troubles Irvlngton preach hero in the Baptist church Sun Â¬ so but now you done let out dat its puf Smith Quiet a number were present ner went out to Mrs Wathera lost fume much inspiration became the princi Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your on I dont want day morning the 17th at eleven also for puffume Masters Robert Green Bernard Rob- Refreshments were served kidneys and bladder before you realize Tuesday eve and had a fine time indeed nebber holds its soent it I wanted co- Â¬ Saturday morning Let everybody come erts and several other boys took an inMrs Wather always an ideal hostess that anything serious is the matter Among the many visitors that have logne New Orleans to hear him Often these organs pre neglected until dependent traiu to the Mammoth Cave been here none have received more at- Â¬ was equal to the occasion She treated several weeks ago They laid out or I heard a Meade county man say that that awful malady Brights disease has tention than Miss Mary Smith of Har-Â¬ them bountifully to cream and cake the Valuable Win he wanted to move to Breckonridge now fastened upon you and death awaits its slept in barns by the wayside at night dinsburg who by her charming man Â¬ delight of childish palates At theSaveton sale in London a few on account of the improved roads I say victim Many miraculous cures have and enjoyed themselves hugely in spite of ners and attractive ways made a hoet of School is tbe question that is agita years ago a servico of old Sevres ware no but let Meade look to her laurels been wrought by a course of treatment snakes wild cats etc Their expenses friends during her short stay ting some of tho hoads of families just was sold for 5000 The genuineness we are told was just 75c for the round Â¬ for her good people know how to apprewith Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These A Book for Young and Old now This is a good point to build up a of this set was proved by certificates is trip ciate nice things too Nothing contritablets are put up in the Bhapo of a kid- Â¬ No 1 school if some enterprising teach- Â¬ sued to tho owners by the French gov butes more to the comfort of country ney bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ OUR WE CURE er would only make the effort and be ornmont writes F VizetellylnGodeys people than good roads by far the most valuable service LODIBURG nounced by the best physicians of mod Â¬ willing to wait a year or two for happy But RECORD NERVOUS turned out at the Sevres pottery in We aro sorry to har of Miss Lena ern times to be the moBt direct in action results which would surely follaw 1778 was made for the Carina Cath Â¬ Est 1878 on the kidneys of any remedy known to BLOOD Drurys illness and hope she will soon hi more Deacon is very sick Mr George Hook of Hardinsburg we erine II of Russia and consisted of 111 be entirely relieved Lena is one of medical science You can eat these tab- Â¬ 250000 SKIN understand has the public school promis pieces which cost 60080 Henry Basham has been very sick lets as you would candy Send for free those wholesouled girls who numbers The Sevres ware old or modern is But it can not be cured by sprays ed for the ensuing year The school is DISEASED PRIVATE booklet ou kidney diseases Sold by all Mrs Gus Gibson is visiting relatives washes and inhaling mixtures which her friends by the score She occupies usually light In color and daintily deo druggists or sent on receipt of price here reach only tho surface Tho disease it much too large for one teacher to handle orated with flowers or figure subjects a standard position in this household MEN DISEASES blood and only reached successfully such being the case an en Â¬ tastefully arranged 50 cents and 1 and we are looking forward to another The porcelain Master Vasco Hardin Owensboro Is in the the blood can 8 8 be tho only CURED through S is terprising and capable teacher would itself although of good texture is ia Ib N 0 Davis according to of her pleasant visits to us visiting here remedy which can have any effect upon find no trouble in Frankfort Ind procuring a private ferior to that of the English potteries promise Will Tom Allen of Missouri is at Catarrh it cures the disease perma- Â¬ school of sevoral months duration with Decorated pieces generally bear pie nently and forever rids the system of Fifteen Hundred Stamps Sold The President authorizes me to say home on business encouragement from the representative torial panels on white ground sur- every trace of the vile complaint CURED that the Bawleyvillo District Sunday The Breckonridge Bank has sold 1500 UUi Joule Owen of Montpeller Ohio Miss Winifred Hardin visited her sla- Â¬ scrollwork people to build up a No 1 school There rounded YOUNG MAN SffiS J school Association will meet in Irving revenue stamps since the war tax has ter at Holt last week writeii I was af Is the material here to work upon so let xnese as vrlicirigiiorant of tho terrible crlmo you nnl In nAfia with tk flicted from infancy Thursday August 4th A suitable ton goue into effect The whole supply has were committing DM ou oul y consider Dr John Hardlu and son Claude of with Catarrh and no some one come and make the effort aoter AltnWiv the Sevres woirks j the fascinating allurements of this evil program will he arranged for the meet practically been exhausted and orders -habit When too lato to avoid the tcrone can know the Brandenburg spent Sunday here still in oDeratioS Tare kept consisting of speeches essays and ing riblo remit wcro your eye oincd to have been sent in for a large quantity suffering it produce coDvini ancient OBCV and Jaj your inir Im you laier on in man Â¬ Mr and Mrs 0 M Robbins of Sam A Ileal Gentle Hone music All superintendents in said disThe better than I hoot contract anr lKIVAT or 1ILOOD models instead of incrui ple spent Saturday and Sunday at home sprays and waihei disease Wero you cured r Do you now trict are requested to have their secretar- Â¬ I waut a gentlo horso for my wife utatloa in the manufacture bS Corrected In Rhyme and then co tome alurralng symptoms prescribed by the doc to drive said the prospective purchas Mrs Mercer aud Mrs Jones and dau- Â¬ ies make out a report to be read at the Dare you marry Iu your prevent con which made them famous Thackeray was inuoh pestered by the tors rellered me only dition VouknowMK13 lWllIKIt Can you recommend convention Everybody invited to come temporarily and er Yes indeed replied this one MKK HON If married are you con autograph hunter says Hodder in his ghter of Louisville are visiting Mrs the ownor Blew OaT the Tly atantiy living in Urcad U Rarriago a though I med them and help in the good work Ho disliked above all John Mercer Recollections failure with you on account of any weak There is not a safer horse for a lady constantly for ten year the dlieaie had a I was once speaking at a tea Xy early abuse or later ex Mr Hawkins Smith with his road crew things to writo in au autograph album lieu rauml Rev Allen preached at Raymond Sun Â¬ firmer hold to be found anywhere Have you been drugged with cesses than erer tried number and often refused thoso who asked him day He will begin a protracted meet Â¬ blood remedle but theirI minerala ingredientol ono thing hes afraid of and there js but meeting ia Green Bay says ex Gov made a descent on our community last mercury This booklet will lxifntnuttn ernor Pock of Milwaukee and la the to do so and sometimes rathor brusquely tou tho remit nf these crime nnil inlnt week and we are much gratified with the ing there the 2nd Sunday in August Aud what is that asked the other settled in my bones and gave me rheumatism out how our NiV MKTitUD THKAT coarse of my remarks I looked aboat for On oiio occasion the owner of an al- Â¬ improvement he made in our roads The MBNT will positively cure you He ia awfully afraid bobio ono will some water A mug had been placed be- It I was in a lamentablo condition and after ex Mrs Owen Keys and Master Elbert haustlng all treatment was declared Incurable howa how tliniiMiuU have been uved by bum a young lady was fortunate ray Wheal to him and he wont hear saao me ana now could only objection any one could have tr his our NKW TIUJATMKNT It prove save bapnea- it Thackeray took her book to his room in returned to their home in Cloverport Seeing B 8 8 adrertised as a cure for blood it replied the oonsoientious owner- how we ran 1UAHANTKK 10 CUUK work is that the numerous rocky places ed at a temperance ooaventloa I do aot ANY CUUAllIil OABK Jit NO PAY order to look it over Written on a pago Saturday after a weeks visit among rela- Â¬ diseases 1 decided to try it As soon as my Now York World know but it was a beer mug tiled with We treat and euro UMIHHIONH prevented the work of the grader some system was under the effect ot the medicine ho found theso lines tives VAHtCOCKrK 8YP1IIM8 OIEKI X began to Improte water Well it was a warm day a4 and after taking it for of these needing work very much We HTIllUTIlti IMlOTKNOY HB Mont Diana U tho monaroh of mountain Vint Requisite How anxiously some wait for the news two months I was cared completely the where there is cooveattoa food sna4 UHKT DllAlNH IINNATIiHAIiUIH They crowned him long ago congratulate Breckenridge county in Now said the lawyer CilAKUKS KIDNEY ond ULADDKH I cannot out ou a warm day theso are likely te But who they got to pat It on of the war and how much interest they dreadful disease was eradicated from my sys diseases general and our editor in particular on takoyoarcase unless yoa tell me the oemes Nobody seems to know no return of it have in tbe friends gone shows the feel tem and I have bad AutxBT Hunu the wonderful Improvement in our pub- Â¬ Many have been taking local treatÂ¬ whole truth CURES GUARANTEED There wero flies and eae had light Â¬ Under theso lines Mr Thackeray ing they have for the soldiers What shall I tell first asked the ed trustingly on the eurfaee of the wa ment for years and flivd themselves lic highways If given a continuance of The Waies of Sin tent free bv wro tot worse now than e ver A trial of client peering through the bars tblaljood wqrk we will soon have our encloiinf 2a stamp CONSULTATION ter ia that mug I saw him as I lift A HUMDLE BUOOESTIOy Kit KM If unable to call write for Well you might let ae know jaat it ana did tne most First Services Held feet on the moon and our chin over a natural aad ha l I know that Albert wrote ta harry how much money yoa ve got Beaton wane thing I eould think of blew hiw To crltlclso I scare presume Services were held for the first time star Ac Traveler Bat yet methlnki that Undley Murray GOLDKN ROD off the water WelL they oheered for last Sunday by Father Brey at the sew WattfcrtfekF Instead of who had written whoa W M Thackeray A writer ia a German periodical Ave minutes And to this day I suppose Catholic church at Mt Merino sear wlll prove it to be the right remedy you persuade a Green Bay aaast IrrlBgtoB There was a large aUendanse or Catarrh It Will SUN UM Oftt ob-- states that birds have beea aeea at a that eaut 122 W FOURTH STREET anybody from Milwaukee oaaeViafc DR CALDWELLS 1he KlwHtKi Hw AhHf Bet height of 16000 yards Tbair distaaoe il sate ease Bun tie amltaeexwetMSwefe ol a very setaait CINCINNATI O Books mailed im to any addrw by was eetlnated by the ttsaa it took thorn a gws waeer even at a teaapewaosl pr- fUuRCS 0NSTIP ATI ON 1 1 oesmatsea without ant blowing osTI Swift Spin Oo Atlanta 0 to otoat tbe saooa disky W JUIY 13 1B98 mmmwr JSrncst Bnbbnge Tells of His Those Dreadful Sores pal theme of conversation Thero a dis Â¬ persion took place and parties of fours or couples were formed to take in the resort in sight seeing At night an elaborate pyrotechnic dlsply came oft in front of the Grand following this they repaired to the Casino whero R W Brown of the Times Harry Summers of the Eliza bethtown News T M Watklns of the Courier Journal displayed their oratori- Â¬ cal abilities on the topics of the day Then came the dance with elegant music and the delights of terpslchore were participated in until a iste hour The most romantic feature of the whole occasion was tho marriage of J W Stew Â¬ art editor of tho Elizabethtown Leader to Mrs Cora illvely of Fort Waynejnd The spectators and editors all Joined in wishing them a happy useful and pros- Â¬ perous lifo FALLS OF ROUGH Plenty of rain and good crops The big mills will bo idle for a while Willis Greon has returned from Clo Kelieyis very ill at this A Housekeepers Talk Vv When You Hear the Expression Heston Willis is a Good Place to Buy Groceri k V 4 k Hoods parilla V f Heston Willis KVVA Co Daviess County Farms V FOR SALE Â¬ V Â¬ V Williams 1 Little Â¬ swir4 j Â¬ SYRUP PEPSinj Â¬ Â¬ V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Times-Democr- mm of sin Â¬ Â¬ Catarrh is Not Incurable Â¬ 15 250000 su- - byMQfjrilt wv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ afiMUfe v5a Â¬ Â¬ ijsal VSlaJ rRs Kennedys Kergan CC Cfor Blood The IJ Mi sy jFS- rm rljff fW9rwk F aTlinIE9jHE93HE tYRUP M pBM iPiY M V iirtlftmsiiisfl ililiilil in ktfjjkJMZ4TtomdtlaattLMtiatiiiBkLifc