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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tfW y i y VOL s XXIII THE BRE0KENR1DGE NEWS AIaLx THE NRWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 1898 CLOVEBPOBT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 20 GLORIOUS TROPHIES NO 1 Koyil mikti the lood pur wholtiom nd dflltloas II SAMPSON HOT Shatter Have a Clash of Authority TO STARVING AQREATYEAR Some Facts About Our Immense Ex- - MILITARY Two Battleships May Be Saved and Added to Oar Navy PEOPLE port Trade LIFE He and The record of the most remarkable Santiaoo Dk Coiia July 18 Capt As Viewed by a Breckcnridgc Cook of the Brooklyn la authority for Pen Picture of the Awful Misery yenr In our export Iradu has been mm pleteil by the Bureau of Plat int is no ftr former Spanish the slatoment that the of Spain Boy as elntesto the exportation nt wheat flagship the Marin Teresa has floated corn and other breadstuff pirk btrl off the reef on which sho stranded and Beggardom Assuming Proportions mid other provisions cotton and mineral Who Is in Camp on Clilcnninguns oils that Dismay Police that her heavy armamont Is practically Famous Battle Field The cotton exported during the yiar captain also says this uninjured The IOi75 ltll pounds to MEN increased fioni THAN WOMEN AND SHADOWS cruiser will almost surely ho saved for HORE ITS LIGHTS I pirn AkP POWDER Absolutely Puro powttn co hi rovai MKiNa York WANTED Sliafter Told SEIZE A VESSEL and an addition to the United States navy as a trophy of the glorious July 3 Tho Cristobal Colon way also be saved though a good deal depeuds on the weather which Is very uncertain at this time of tho year A heavy storm might drivo tho cruiser so high on tho coral reef that It would be Impossible to float her YANKEE BOYS 3t 11332800 lroni the London Telegraph Him Nit Ended It 19 That SamPBon Special to tho NFAVs clash of autliority Capture a Spanish Flag In a Fight and Shaftor havo had a disputo resulting from a Washington July 18 The first Span Shaftor made Sampson entered the harbor and claimed a prize vessel to do with the ish hatllo flag captured iu Cuba by the rear Admiral retire saying that ho had nothing Santiago de Cuba July Â¬ the 14 seizure POISONED t SOLDIERS They Eat Cabbage From a Corroded Vessel American army raached the war depart Â¬ ment today It was consigned to Gen Corbln who displayed It to viow on the back of a chair in his ofllce It waa captured by Company B first United States Infantry regulars bv the following detail Corporals Newman and Boyle Privates Keyser Cooley and Houghtelllng J J Crittenden was cap tain of tho company SPANISH GUNBOATS Bombarded Â¬ and Stranded by American Warships tfp Seven American warships heavily bombarded Manzanlllo this morning Three steamers of the Menendez line were set on fire Several gunboata that Fifty four were In the harbor itssued for the defense to tho News Special Camp Alger Va July 19 The poisoned in camp to day by eating cabbage Fifteen of of the town but were stranded Boldiers were of tho bombardment Is not yet result Â¬ the unfortunate victims are dying The causo of the wholesale poison- known here mess was Fifty five Affected and Fifteen Reported Dying London July 18 A special dispatch from Havana dated Monday says ing was a corroded copper vessel in which the food of tho cooked i SUSPICIOUS Surgeon Refused to Allow Sick Soldier to Land a -- r A MAD AS HORNETS AlÂ¬ Cubans Angry Because They Are Not lowed to Loot Santiago WE MAY HAVE TO SPANK THEM YET V Â¬ News Va July 18 The United States transport Seneca arrived in Hampton Itoads this afternoon at 3 oclock with nlnty nine sick and wound- Â¬ ed soldiers from Santiago In view of the prevalence of yellow fever at Santiago Dr Pettus the United States quarantine officer refused to permit the sick and and wounded men to be landed It Is understood that they will be taken to New York NuwroRT AN HONOR French Warship the First to Salute Old Glory In Cuba Â¬ Shafter re Washington D C July 19 Special to tho News Watiiinoton July 18 A French waras hornets because he will not lot them ports that the Cubans are as mad ship will be the first foreign warship to He sayB it is advisiblo that protec- Â¬ salute tho American flag flying ou Cuban loot or enter the town of Santiago Word has been received here that soil tion be offered tho Spanish citizens under the circumstances the French cruiser Kigault de Genouilly has been ordered to Santiago The Hl gault do Gououllly has arrived at Guan tonamo which is only a few miles from Santiago UNDER LEE ITS ALL A BLUFF Bryan And His Men go to The Front Blanco Talks Through His Hat and Says Santiago Will Be Betaken OUB BOYS BEADY TO Havana via London July 19 CALL HIM Special cablo to tho News Captain General Blanco has cabled that ho isiabout to tako steps to re capture Santiago do Cuba ThiB iB rogardod as a bluff and if he at Â¬ tempts it he will find tho American army ready to call him W V i Baised iK Old Glory lt The Americana today Special to the Nkwh Guantanamo Cuiu July 10 thousand Spanish soldiers and beMed Old Glory over Caraerara today Four site gunboat that was guarding the harbor surrendered to our troops - Soldiers and Amuuition Surrendered General Shatter today Washington D 0 July 10 Special to the Nkwb reported to the War department that the Spanish commanders have surrendered Villi dhl feSfttffcft saJWiTw wWlowfiroaBdaof ainmlnltlon and twenty two thousand PtJVOII MUHUiru jriKwrFol war w C 4 Omaha Nku July 18 Col Wm J Bryans regiment has at last started for the front and the late presidential can- Â¬ CAT ASSAYED 1831 didate in his soldier uniform is now on the Burlington road en route to Jack- Â¬ It Hadnt Been In a Gold Aline for Nothing sonville where Col Bryan and his regi- Â¬ ment will be under the command of Gen Fitzhugh 1 co An amuitng mining story couua from ttie Mocking Bird mine In the Warm MAY BE TROUBLE Springs district near Butte Mont L J Unwen who owns aud works the mine Toral to Notify Troops of the Surrender also owns a pet cat TIiIb cat climbs up 18 The pro Guantanamo Bav July aud down tho shaft through drifts cross blem of notifying the Spanish troops of cuts stopes and lov ls and lives down the fouith army coipa outside of those there most of the time being fed by the which composed tho garrison of Santiago miners from the contents of their dinner de Cuba of the surrender of Gen Torala pals A brilliant idea struck Howen the forces is likely to cause some tiouble other day He took the cat Into the ore The Spaniards at Guan tonamo are evi- Â¬ house and washed the hair as clean to dently Bllll Ignorant of tho surrender the Bkln as It could posiibly b cashed aud the Cubans under Gen Perns lftY Then he panned tho dirty water to the dally sklrmlslKB with the dufendeis of hloheat nercentaiw and the entire cat assayed 18 31 on an assayers ecalep It the town who are apparently trying to is doubtful if any mine In the Hocky break through the lines and join the Mountains can assay better than 1831 Spanish forci a at Santiago do Cuba to the cat Gen Mlli b who arrived here this aft A Tip to Alothera eruoou says that Gen Toral will send The year of greatest growth In hoys Is officers to different garrisons Iu the pro the 17th tin girls the 14th While girls vince notifying them of the surrender reach full height In their 15th year they g of 20 Bova ai quire full weight at th Death of an Estimable Lady arHHtionger than girls froiu birth to tho then girls become superior Mrs Elizabeth Egan an estimable llthyear to the 17th year when tho physically Hancock woman died Friday night of t utiles are again turned and remain so tier from November to April children grow consumption and rheumatism but lose in interment took place In the Nlchola very little and gain JulyheightNovember to from cemetery The deceaied was GG years of inwelght and greatly in weight but not they Increase in height Â¬ There are other layers of the popula Â¬ tion who are literally starving Through Â¬ out Spain for example tho school uiasteis those whoee mission it is to instruction are Impart eleinentaiy terribly underpaid on paper In reality they nre not paid nt all With tho ex- Â¬ ception of two provinces these wretched Spanish dominies have not seen the color of the money owing to them for In ten twelve or twenty months various parts of the country iheBe teach- Â¬ ers of the future generation have openly Ukeu to begging In the streets The soldlersVlio sacrificed tlirlr health aud who loBt their limbs Jn Cuba aud tho Philippines aru still tho unpaid creditors of the nation while the money which the Government expressly ctipulated to pay them has been handed over to the rebels as an inducement to keep tho peace Aud everybody now knows how it was kept A few days ago a Sergeant decorated for his bravery In the colonies walked about tho streets begging a crust of bread until the crowd gathered around him and took pity on the pariah The widows and orphans of the thousands of bravo youths who lost their lives in Cuba are dying slowly of starvation Tho proportion of women to men in Spain has become very unfavorable for the former and In Madrid alone there are about 38000 more women than men And few can realize tho meaning of this terrible fact The soldiers in Cuba at this present moment have unsatisfied claims against the Government for six months pay and entertain scant hopes of ever receiving it Throughout the whole peninsula and in every branch of trade and manufacture the same dismal story is told In Cadiz the population is face to face with blank ruiu Ships laden with Spanish cargoes for the colonies are obliged to deposit them in that city where trade and com- Â¬ Barcelona merce are already dead whose rapid growth and comparative wealth were dependentlfpon tho markets of Cuba and the Philippines is suffering incalculable losses Works and factories thousands there have been closed thrown out of employment to whom forced idleness is equivalent to starva- Â¬ tion and beggardom is assuming propor- Â¬ tions which dismay and baiBe the police To make matters worse other occupations which seemed independent of the war aro suffering at the hand of nature and everything seems hostile to Spain In Xerox for instance the ravages of tho redoubtable phylloxera are such that in a couple of years more tho native vintages will have entirely disappeared and sherry wine in the good old sense of the term will have become a thing of the past No wonder if under such appalling conditions of existence the people should exhibit no enthusiasm for the hollow praises of glory honor patrio- Â¬ tism etc which are being trumpeted abroad by eloquent young men whose heads are filled with names from Greek and Roman history and whose ambition yearns for a place in the Cortes I could give many startling lustances of this realistic current among the people es- Â¬ pecially in those who have to bear tho brunt of the war But I have said enough to make It clear that Spanish politicians who have ruined their country are not tho Spanish people who only ask to bo let live in peace Â¬ pounds white the total value last year was 23l8H071 and tlmt for the year just ended 22107477 The exportation of mineral oils increased fiom 173514 tl lli gallons to 1022210370 gallons yet tho total value in the eiu just ended was but 56171000 agalnH 2 U33 037 in the proceeding yiar a marked increase In quantity and decrea e in export value In provisions including beef pork and dairy products the valun of exportntimiB is greater than last year being against 137138084 last year The value of the wheat and Hour ex ported miring the year just endul amounted to 212 BUI Mil a sum onlv surpassed In 1880 and 18W the total in 1880 being 225870502 and that of 1802 being 230701410 In corn tho exports for the year ex- Â¬ ceed both in quantity and value those of any preceding year the number of bush Â¬ els including corn meal being 20il85 102 bushels valued at 75200007 The largest exportation of corn in auy pre Â¬ ceding year was 178817417 bushels in 1897 valued at 431180213 while in no year prior to 1897 did the quantity of corn exported ever reach half that of tho year just ended In oats oatmeal and rye the exporta- Â¬ tion also greatly increased tho total in each case for tho year just ended being about double that of the preceding yiar Jl5l-t5l-07- Written for tltt Newt by DocUrjy THE MARKETS Heported by Heston Willis Company Chickens 8c Eggs 8c Cabbage Potatoes 00c Onions 75c Corn 8c to 10c doien Beans 5c gallon Green Apples 40c lc Peaches none in market Yellow Hoot 20o to 25c Ginseng largo root 250 May rpyhj Root 2c LIVESTOCK Cattlk Extra shipping 4 50 and tt Wl and 4 70 common to medium 3 90 feeders 1 and 425 veal calves 5 50 and 5 75 Hous Choice packing 225 to 301 lbs 3 90 fat shoate 120 to 100 lbs 3 50 and 3 80 pigs CO to 90 pounds 2 50 and 2 50 and Will 325 Houghs SiikKi- - and lambs Good to extra ship ping sheep 3 50 and 3 95 fair to good butcher lambs 3 and 4 50 extra spring lambs 15 85 and G Skips and scala wags 50c and common to medium sheep 250 and 3 These were the ruling prices on stock at Louisville Tuesday July 10 1 Â¬ Chicamaoua July 18 This camp is interesting in more ways than one It was the means of booming the town of Lytle Ga mid at the present time hundreds of temporary buildings are being erected ou the hills and ridges What was mice a country road is now a narrow street hemmed iu on both sides by stores of all classes stands museums aud picture galleries Like the White City at Chicago this temporary city has a prevailing color tone and it could be appropriately called tho Yellow City its hue being derived from the rough unpalnted pine lumber out of which the buildings are constructed Lytle Is on the western edge of the park and It would be difficult for one to conceive of the vast amount of business and the hustle that prevails here The military camp contains 10000 soldiers The regiments consist of twelve companies and each company has three army wagons and eighteen mules to transport its equipment Besides an enormous number of mules thousands of cavalry and artillery horses are u ed aud as can be judged this is a great stock market The park on which the Boldiers are encamped is a military reservation own- Â¬ ed by the government It is being improved dally and car loads of marble bronze and granite memorial stones and monuments arrive dally to be placed in position on this historic battle field to mark the places where the troops of each stato held their positions in the great battle of Chicamagua There is a vast number of monuments already placed aud they riso out from tho briar patches aud dense tatigle of undergrowth like the tombstones of an abandoned and neglected country cemetery There has been but little effort made to take advantage of the natural scenery and beautify it by landscape gardening and were it not for the monuments and the historic associations of the place it would not be as interesting as the barren hills found in some parts of Brtcken ridge county IWrty ffve years ago Americana fought each other on this fateful field but today the eortt of those sires irres- Â¬ pective of the sections thuy hail from drill where their fathers sought each others lives and the intense patriotisuv of the boys of the north and south to the Biars and stripes shows that the Civil war is indeed over We have boys here from nearly every state and I try to observe the different characteristics of the different boys The north west boys Hie the best Bold ere serious faces on them when they hear the trail Corporal of the guard with a detail sen OURSELVES As The Heathen Chinese of Far Cathay See Us A Chinese writer in one of the publications of his own country has summed up the peculiarities of the American people in a paragraph which is translat Â¬ Â¬ ed as follows They live months without eating a mouthful of rice they eat bullock and sheep in enormous quantities they have to bathe friquently the men dress all alike and to judgofrom their appearance thoyaroall coolies neither aru thoy uertobosueu carrying a fan or au umbrella for they uiauiti st their ignor- Â¬ ant contempt for these insignia of a gentleman by leaving them entirely to women none of them havo finger nails more than an eighth of an inch long they eat meat with knives and prongs they never enjoy themselves by sitting quietly on their ancestors graves but jump around aud kick balls as If paid to do it and they havo no dignity for they may be found walking with women Syracuse Standard THE BIQQEST HORSE Weighed Almost as Much as A Greenland Whale Â¬ The greatestslze to which a horse has been known to grow to 20 hands high This is the record of a Clydesdale which was on exhibition in 18S0 in New York The animal weighed nearly 3000 pounds and although only 5 years old measured 32 inches round the ami 15 inches round tho stifle or knee joint Winches in girth 34 inches round the hip and 11 feet 4 inches in lengt1 It was of perfect proportions with a head 30 inches in leugth or 11 inches longer than an oidinary Hour barrel A Biitlsh dray horm bus been known to sUt d 18 hands high and weighed nearly 1800 pounds while ono of Wombwells mernfiKSrje horses was once shown at a fa r at Oxtoril measur Â¬ ing 17 hands 3 im lies high It is stated that a resident iu Illinois has a horso that has never been broken in or shod It weighs 2500 pounds and 20 hands high Â¬ I Heported by Oelte Bros The following are the prices quoted for gralu in the local market Wheat 05 cents Corn 38 cents il h Miles Vfxuiim D Gets Away pedal to the Nicwi 0 July 10 Geerl Mllea did Hot gt pleasant Outing Mrs A A LaUdi l mid children Mr sud Mm KinmuttGiegory are tkjnga wvka fMtlRfc at the fumoiw Tar SprUtgi 1iM r oj b PJrattBrt Z4c Mm TL m re tflJ aw MM U o lUui W BtW MMJj VfPK LI x a flil -- I love Kentucky and her people but AA1ERICAN CORN beyond any doubt the north west boys are 90 per ceut in advance of us from standpoints of physical ability soldier Â¬ Is Beginning to Find a Oood Foreign Market ship bratherly association and gentility Soldiers from the north and north west Exports of American corn for the year are moro uniform in stature and iu the main much better men physically They ending with tho present month will TOLD BY FIGURES present an appearance of tquare form amount to more than 200 000000 bushels and robustness that wo have not for which the farmers will have received If kept contlnously running a watch Now for tho boys themsHyes they are upward of 00000000 Sixty per cent will tick 100144000 times in a year faring well here It Is a little warmer of this grain has been taken by England A caterpillar in the course of a month than and our nights are and Germany the latter Imving already Kentuck will devour 000 times its own weight iu much coooler Now and then a purchased more than 30000000 bushels food visited by a precursor of the soldiers as against less than 1000000 bushels In There are found In both books of the locust which is of the gray bdek species 188 The development of the Europeait Bible 3580483 letters and 773003 words We are drilled two hours early in the demand for com discloses one of theV Over two hundred patents have been morning and two hours in the evening most promising markets now opening to issued for horseshoes and not one of But a soldiers life requires lots of miscel- Â¬ tho farmers of tlila country and ouo them has ever come Into general use laneous labor out side of the drill field from which they may confidently expect Ttiero are nearly eiuhteen thousand The boys have a scrap occasionally and a steadily Increasing profit on tho pro- Â¬ newspapers and periodicals published in wo have a rule for them to go out of ducts of their industry New York Mail the United StatwB a galu of over soveu camp and settle It in a manly fight with- Â¬ and Express thousand iu ten years out weapons Being hot in the tents The flow of water over Niagara Falls is some boy conceived a plan of making a estimated at 213000 cubic feet per sec hammock put of his blanket by getting ond which is equal to 1503350 gallons a rope which are plentiful andt iigto weighing 10443270 pounds Tills extreme warm weather has taken each end ol the blanket and swing It to It is said that one pound of butter two treef in a little- while every boy had away all ol the eneigy from U- people gives a working force equal to that of live a hammock made and was resting in Charlie Bolder has under construction pounds of beef nine pounds of potatoes the shade Then some of us at night a oue story dwelling In tho lowor ond ol or 12 pounds of milk thought of somo fun got a knife the city The United States shore Hues of the and went through the woouacutting Miss Addle Louise Babbage who alter Great Lakes are an follows Ontario 230 down hammocks the unfortunates several weeks stay In Louisville with her miles Erie 370 miles Huron 510 awake only to find it very dark and that aunt Mrs I W Falrlelgh has returned miles Superior 955 miles Michigan the ground had run up again them of homo 1320 miles course the hoys wanted to whip some Â¬ Wick Barbee of Short Creek was In The British Government is the owner body but knew not who to whip but the city yesterday He says things aro of over twentYtivo thousand camels they reported to head quarters immedi section and the farmers Several thousand are used in India to ately and next morning no one waa sur booming in his exceedingly jubilant over their carry stores and equipment when com Â¬ prised when orders were Issued to make are panies are changing quarters by line f no more swings out of blankets under crops uiarcii There is penalty of court martial Hope Hell Recover plenty of Joviality and wit In the com- Â¬ HUNDRED MILLIONS There is a young man In Hardlnsburg pany despite the fact the song of My whose health for tho period of a week baa Already Paid Out on Account of the Old Kentucky HUie Bometimo brings been somewhat on the decline A diag Â¬ tears from tht Kiiitucklans eye War With Spain nosis of his case has been mad by some o give you a sample of the boys of that towns most skillful and exper Â¬ Nearly 100000000 In wall lias al Â¬ jokes yesterday evening I came in from ienced phslclans aud they havo arrived ready been paid out of the Treasury on drill tired and worn out Au Indiana at the conclusion that the sudden change monument sanda at oueend of our com- Â¬ of his health was singly due to the leav Â¬ accouut of the war with Spain The expenditures on account of the pany street I stretched myself prostrate ing of a most charming visitor from army and navy since tho passage of the on the base of the monument and a com taw His friends are exceedingly an national defense act have run more than rade passed up and asked mo what I waa xlaas for him to recover Iu time so that 176000000 ovtSr the expenditures or the doing there Y I told him I waa resting he may partake of the TeachWa Inatl i same period of last year The greatest on tho bed of honor The comrade seeÂ¬ tute featlvithM part of this was expended tor the War ing the tribute to Indianas valor out Department the expenses of which have witted me by saying that a bed of honor O JL m V 3 3R X JL Imp WaMM wWWjjgg iucreaaad more than 50000000 The would havo to be made for me that I Xfwttb been would never make one of my own But Increase a naval expenditures lit when there la any dlaorder the boys get over 2500O0OO GRAIN tris Â¬ BELATED LOCALS in- - ll MUl i - shi jf KAfa Stdk ytaia zm WaW THEl BHJElOKEtNHlIIDOEl BRECKENRIDGE a D NWS GLOYMRPORT KY NEWS 4 V 0 Battag Editor and JO WEDNE8DA YJULY a quarter of a million dollars lie in our This two banks seeking Investment condition of affairs with an excess of PriprWtri 000000000 of exports over Imports this year point ua out as being tne most lav ored nation on earth as welt as the on ly 1808 first class power BRANMBORG Gossip From That Lively Little City Some Entertaining Comments on Current Topics ALL SIX PAGES No indemnity from Spain Itato When Ague Shakes you you can shako tho Ague by using It ia tho AYERS AGUE CUBE ono certain and infallible euro for that depleting disease It has been tried in many countries and under various conditions and has never been known to fail An old veteran SOME OPINIONS A great many people in this commun Â¬ ity havo expressed tho wish that the worthless elements of society consisting negroes of tramps and go to the front and fight the battles of this war rather than the young meu representing the best blood of the slate and nation I think such people are unfortunato inasmuch as they haye not a true conception of patriotism It Is as glorious a privilege to fight and die for this country as it is to exerclso the right of franchise The tramp and the negro do not think so Both are unpatriotic and being such they could not defend the American nation and American institutions as they were defended at Manila La Quasina El Caney and Santiago by tho best blood of the nation It ia tho patriot in civic life that makes the hero on the battle field On Thursday of last week subscrip- Â¬ tions closed to the popular war loan of 200000000 It impressed me as being the most wonderful vote of confidence The eyer tendered any government bonds are to be issued in small denom Â¬ inations and the largest amount to be allowed any subscriber will bo 10000 The issue has been subscribed six times over and there were 20000 applicants This means that the masses of the peo- Â¬ ple believe that Uncle Sam ia able to take care of iiimself in peace or war and should he need it the plain people stand ready to reach down in their socks and lend him the billion of dollars they have laid away to build homes or provide for a rainy day g Spanish pride came before the fall of Santiago Tub good road movement in this ty ia a lively one coun- THE LOCAL NEWS IoitTo Rico will be the next scalp will hang to Uncle Sams belt that Hawaii flta the map of the United States liko the paper on the wall Extkrimbntino with fever germa ia about as dangerous as monkoying with a buzz saw Tub Plillllpines have I een posted by Uncle Sam and No Trespass signs stare Europe in the face A new ratio has been established in Breckenridge county Sixteen bushels of wheat to one acre of ground Health of community fine Jen Hardin and Allie Beld are visiting in Big Spring Mips Annie Bonduraut attended the Pleasant Grove picnic Miss Beulah Fontaine is visiting her cousin Mrs Laura Bruner Mr James L Fairleigb of Owensboro is here for a few days on business Mrs Marion Cbilds of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs G L Neafus Miss Mathews and Miss Bowles came from Owensboro with Miss Agnes Malin Mimes Mrs Mason McMoniglo of Owensboro is visiting her sister Mrs George Wor writes Yon may be interested to know my ex Â¬ perience many years ago with Ayera Ague Cure The year before tbe war I was ia Kansas Coma twenty of us were engaged ia fanning and suddenly all were taken with fever and ague We tried almost everything without getting any help till at but I sent to the city and procured a bottle of Ayers Ague Tbe others fol Â¬ Cure I recovered at once lowed my example and they too recovered Every ono in camp took tho remedy and was I went all through the war cured by have lived in thirteen different states of the Union and have never had the ague since O D SlUTII St Augustine Fla time even if we are to our POLICY is NEVER t ing from one Mil Kid of every Suit in the to carry over any Cloth to another So Store within a very short sacrifice on them for it Breckenmikib county roosters are paÂ¬ triotic Every chanticleer on the roost now crows Santy Santy Santiago I Yellow Jack is a free booter that neither respects flags or persons He is a greater enemy to our soldiers than tho Spaniards hundred pounds and his victory was of the same collosal proportions as his physique General Siiafter weighs nearly three The Americans command the sit- Â¬ Some well informed authority on the uation but the Spaniards who compose subject of public roads states that there the situation are too pig headed to be are 1600000 miles of public roads in the commanded United States over which the aggregate amount of 500000000 tons of freight is Beiiolii the dog is soon to have his day hauled annually Estimating the average distance over but before the dog star is in the ascend- Â¬ ant step up to the city clerk and pay which freight is thus hauled from the farm to the depot at eight miles it is your dog tax figured that the total cost of hauling That wise old Baying in tho Talmund freight annually over the public roads Silence which is becoming to the wise in the United States is 1000000000 or 2 per ton is all the more needed by the fool flta With uniformly good public roads it Itichard Harding Davis case exactly is claimed that the cost of hauling No question can be raised as to the freiaht from the farm to the depot ought orthrodoxy of the Sunday school scholars not to be more than 400000000 or 000 000000 less than what it is at present who picniced at Tar Springs Thursday The amount of chicken devoured was an This difference is strongly emphasized eloquent testimonial to their Methodism by the authority from whom wo quote when he states that it is equivalent to Geographers tell us that the official the yearly interests on 20000000000 of cognomen of the Ladrone islands is the 3 per cent government bonds and adda This is important if true that with only one half of this almost in- Â¬ Mariannes as it will save Uucle Sam the trouble of conceivable vast amount every public selecting a good old fashioned name for road in the United States could he re- Â¬ built hia newly adopted daughters There is food for reflection in these In selecting men from civil life to be figures The community that poescsstg captains and first lieutenants in the good roads has an incalculable advantage army President McKinley seems to be over others Tho secret oLlfames great Â¬ ways that Caesar overlooking Kentucky Its a hundred ness lay in the to one shot though that he wont forget built The jeeret of the prosperity that France anil Germany possess to day lies us when he is in need of colonels hflhe good roads that gives them imper ial greatness The ilag makes territorywiioroYBFlf Itoads are the arteries of commerce was the inptt0oitho8e naval flies is and it is criminal to allow them to heroesDvratuTand Montgomery It bemotto of every progressive citizen deteriorate Here in our own county a plain hum- Â¬ who realizes that it is in accordance with ble citizen is doing a world of good to manifest destiny to extend the territorial doctrine of good roads He limiU of the Unittd States further out spread the is Hardy Walker the road overseer for into the Atlantic and Pacific oceans the Cloverport district I was talking to well known physician the other day between Cloverport a The dillbrenco You cannot praise and he said to me and Hawesville is explained by the fact Hardy Walker too much for tho work ho when a burglar attempts to rob a that is doing on the roads in this district Cloverport citizen he ia compelled to His conscientious efforts deserve the resort to tho use of chloroform but when support of all good citizens Hawes- Â¬ he undertakes the same task at There ought to be morn Hardy Walk- Â¬ ville the boporific conditions that ob Â¬ if there were of ers in this section and tain there makes the administration Breckenridge would soon rank with the an opitate an unnecessary preliminary EG Blue Grass laud Will Grinnell has been confined to his room for two weeks but is improving nicely Mrs D W Lewis and children have returned from a visit of several weeks to Indiana Is it can it be any warmer in Santiago de Cuba Not on those hills in the rear certainly I am glad Mr Goodnight is back in the sanctum of tho News He wields a versatile pen Mr A O Burton will conduct the In stitute this week at Hardinsburg and next week here We want Porto Rico yea we do just as we wanted Louisiana Florida and big slices of Mexico Mr Ross of Louisville was a guest of Mrs E Bondurants family last Sunday to see Miss Kate Leslie Miss Lula Lewis gave a delightful evening at Sulphur Well for visitors I havent the names of the invited guests I enjoyed tho account of the Press ex- Â¬ cursion Our city editor of the News reported most graphically and entertain Â¬ ingly Blackberries are plentiful as resolu- Â¬ tions to whip tho Spaniards I hate to can the former as much as I love to hate the latter Mrs Harvey English of Stephensport vlsiteu relatives here last week and was accompanied home by her sister Mrs Cal Heudrich MisseB Susie and Nellie Angermier have returned to Louisville Miss Ber Â¬ tha Stokes will spend tho summer with Mrs Moremen D W Lewis will leave about the 20th of tliis month as a knight of the grip in the paint and oil line Dennle has a fine address and is a good talker Isnt it lunny you never hear free sil ver or Bound money They are as flat as season FIRST if you are Theroa only ono thing to got for ague LOSS THE BEST LOSS looking for a good thing LOT No I then MAYERS here is your chance LOT No 2 LOT No Ague cure 3 Any Suit in thiB lot bearing Any Suit in this lot bearing Any suit in this lot bearing tickets No 1 only tickets No 3 only tickets No 2 only m the tariff question and Wm J Bryan has gone enemy to Jh help conquer another Mrs H C Woodson and bounie Louise have had mumps but both are about Mumps for about four months well has prevailed oft and on Whooping cough holds the fort now Hugh Ditto spent Saturday and Sun day at home He had been East for Bro Owensboro on his an- Â¬ Phillips nual business trip His Bister Miss Mary Len returned from Ohio with him Mrs Tempo Simmons entertained last Thursday for her relatives from Henry county It was a lawn party for chil- Â¬ dren Delicious ices and fruits were served and a happy afternoon was spent News is twenty three years of age DH ing its existence me kead uus meu u realize the highest ideals that a country paper may aspire to It has never de Â¬ Babbage generated to the level of a vehicle for gossip and has always tried to rise above the commonplace The aim of the Edi Â¬ tor has been to make this journal essen- Â¬ tially a local and county newspaper It Every expectant mother has has been his aim to make it an instru a trying ordeal to face If she does not ment for the advancement of the best interests of the community It has been tils aim tn tnnltH It a factor in education al wnrWrnouir Its constituents ThJ News is fearless in its utterances and it It will al Â¬ aeeeeVVe ia also just and conscientious jct ways be the best county paper in this State and the United States and those who know it say that it is getting young Â¬ er and brighter as it grows old the re Â¬ sult of an honest policy and a high pur Â¬ JilllTJJDAY JlEMAllKS With this issue the Brlckenriixje HOME You Bet You Can Clarence Haweiville Clarion The market is loaded with spring chickens Mighty few people will refuse fried chickens sliced tomatoes and but- Â¬ ter beana We can prove this by John GETTING READY Â¬ GT pose EVEHYTIIISO IS LOVELY The popular war loan of 200000000 has been subscribed to six times over and the Secretary of the Treasury states that the highest block of bonds that will be issued to any person will be 4000 This loan is a valuable objett lesson It demonstrates the fact that it is not neces- Â¬ sary for the government to go to Europe after money it also prove that it ia not necessary for Uucle Sam to confine his borrowing to the banks it ia also eloquent evidence of the fact that the common people of the country have money for The United States will investment never again be compelled to go abroad for capital During the past two years our capitalists have been buying Amer Â¬ ican securities held in foreign couutries Our own peoplo have been liquidating their Indebtedness and are now practic- Â¬ ally free of debt Here in Breckenridge county the farmers owe the banks lees nosey than ever before and a large por Â¬ tion of theta have money to lend About get ready for it there is no telling what may happen Child birth is full of uncertainties if Nature Is not given proper assistance Er U It the best help you can use at this time is a liniment and when regularly ap Â¬ plied several months before baby comes it makes tho advent easy and nearly pain Â¬ less It relieved and prevents morning sickness relaxes the overstrained mus Â¬ cles relieves the distended feeling short Â¬ ens labor makes recovery rapid and cer tain without any dangerous after effects Mothers friend is good for only one purpose viz to relieve motherhood of danger and pain Ouo dollar per bottle at all drug store or sent by axpreu on receipt ot price rata Boon containing valuable Inform tlon lor women will t ent to any tddrtu upon application to THB BRADFtEU REGULATOR Atlanta da CO Mothers Friend We are all in much sympathy with those who have loved ones at Santiago Jesse Taylor nephew of Mrs Thos Hamilton Mrs Carrico and MiBS Bar- Â¬ bara Shacklett is a regular and at San- Â¬ tiago Dewey Hobson and Schley are the heroes so far in marble and bronze as well as on paper Every private in the army and navy is just as great a hero in the eyes of one who judgeth not as mor Chloroform and Rob Wharfmas tals judge ter Gregory Henry Ward Beecher was right when he said The meanest most contempti- Â¬ ble kind of praise is that which first They Put His Watch Doq Fritz to speaks well of a man and then qualifies Sleep Far better keep Bilent it with a but altogether than to mix praise with slurs AND MONEY GONE WATCH Miss Mattie Wooldrige of Vine Grove She has been was my guest last Friday During the small hours of Monday a pupil in Mr Ill ties Professional School at HodgensvillH and had the degree morning burglars effected an entrance Bachelor of Teaching conferred She into the home of Wbarfmaster John speaks in glowing terms of the school David Gregory through an unfastened window and town Frits the watch dog began growling Mr and Mrs Georgo Wool folk East and Mr Gregory partially awoke bnt St Louis are visiting here They will Boon became very drowsy and iu a short make their home In the future at IxjuIs-vill- time lost consciousness Georgo is a Democrat but has In the morning when he recovered the held his government position stock In- Â¬ odor of chloroform was notlcable iu his spector and is an excellent oflicer and sleeping apartment and his clothing was polished gentlemau disarranged He became suspicious and upon In Â¬ I uover thought much of Wheeler as commander of the Confederate cavalry vestigation fouud that 10 in silver that but he has proved himself more than was in hia trousers pockets aud a gold Gastilian We as a nation are justly watch valued at 50 together with a proud of the chivalrous manner in which Masonic emblem the gift of hia daugh Â¬ Gen Toral was aided in signing capitu Â¬ ter Mrs R N Hudson was missing Fritz his dog showed signs of indis lations and the generosity Bhown by Americans Spain herself is touched by position and the natural Inference is our treatment of Cervera Let him have that the burglars who entered the house used chloroform to stupefy both their his sword it will do harm Victim and the dog I am glad Dr Whitsltt has resigned as Fortunes Favarlte President of the Baptist Theological Sem Â¬ long time a hot fight has Pat Dillon may be Irish but that inary For a been waged among the clergy and laity does not prevent hire from being a hust Â¬ of the Baptist church over some discov- Â¬ ler and one of the beat fellows on earth eries the Rev Dr WhltUltt was bo un Â¬ He uaa sold four steam threshing ma Â¬ fortunate to make on baptism up to 1041 chines and two separators as well as Now let harmony reign in that body but fourteen binders this year With a good the Roy Dr was supported in 1807 at oeuseteaee a reputatlsa for honesty that nt ha beat tad as warn a heart as Wilmington 8 0 by the trustees aad at Norfolk Va he was suetaiaed byaa ever throbbed over the trochlea of overwhelming majority I cealdr be others he oanaot eeeape prosperity He won the doctrinal fight all threvgh but I h the hottest this In HaaiiMiHirg admire his course for the sake of har- Â¬ mony Socrates than whom none was wiser gave us a story of one Fambo a very plain ignorant man who went to a learn- Â¬ ed man and asked him to teach him some Psalm He referred him to the I said I will take thirty ninth Psalm heed to my ways that I bid not with my tongue Pambo is said to haye closed the book immediately and to have left saying I will learn that point first After nine months absence the learned man asked if he were ready to go for- Â¬ I ward when this same Pambo replied havo not yet learned my first lesson Forty nine years afterwards he gave the Who of us has learn- Â¬ ed that lesson 1 Who does not sin with his or her tongue and yet we are anx- Â¬ ious for lessons in our egotism I am always interested in the doings of those progressive ladies of Irvington and vicinity The B V R C most cer-Â¬ tainly deserves great credit for the promotion and cultivation of a higher stand Â¬ ard of literature and for instlUig into tbe heart a Ioyp of country How ab- Â¬ surd to hear any one at this advanced enlightened age say that women who take interest in public affairs or who be- Â¬ long to clubs will cease to be good house-Â¬ keepers good wives and attentive moth- Â¬ ers On the contrary such women in Â¬ variably make far more competent home keepers for they are invariably broad minded sympathetic and charitable by coming in contact with other congenial bouIb and by cultivating a taste for the beautiful and refined at home and elseOnly old fogies and croakers where utter such obsolete sentiments these days Queen Victoria has all of her long and useful life taken much interest in public affairs and has had much to do with pol- Â¬ itics and yet she has been a careful housekeeper and devoted wife and fond mother No outside affairs will evor in Â¬ terfere with the right kind ot a womans home life or her duties as wife and mot- Â¬ herfor a woman is intended to be a homemaker and for snch an aim she is the better and more porfect woman but incalculable good is being done by her in clubs and societies for she is happy in having useful work and is bleBsed by miuistering unto herself and others out Â¬ side of a certain rut or groove which of Â¬ ten makes one narrow and disconted in Â¬ stead of uplifting Â¬ 1 Â¬ 600 In addition to the above 750 1650 1 0OO i None worth Iobs than S800 none worth less than 1000 All wool mostly light colors Made up in good style all wool Light and dark colors in and only a few left Oassimeres and Worsteds Thib is the cream of the stock Satin and Silk Lined Wor- Â¬ steds and Fancy Plaids None worth less than 1250 to we are allowing a discount of 10 per cent on Boys and Childrens Clothing Mens and Boys Hats and Trousers BALL AND BAT FREE WITH EVERY BOYS SUIT THE FAIR Cloverporfs Leading One Price Store cures One Minute Cough Cure That U what It waj made for mmmmmmmMmmmS8 Â¬ LODIBURG A M Hardin who has been quite sick is now able to be out again Mis Dee Bashara is attending the in stitute at Hardinsburg this week W II Hardin spent a few days with his family n Owensboro last week We are having small showers of bless ings now which is greatly needed Miss Saphrona Philpott is visiting her sister Mrs Bob Norton this week Â¬ You Can Save 100 Thats an item worth considering as buy many a luxury Well dollars 10000 will NERVY BURGLARS- Â¬ Henry Kurtz now has his blacksmith ing done at Lodiburg Quito convenient see Mrs B Johnson and little daughter Ivy is tho guest of her son Mr Hen- Â¬ ry Johnson this week There is a lucky star passes through Quite an accom- Â¬ our town once a week odation to the neighborhood Master Vasco Hardin our accomoda- Â¬ ting young clerk Is visiting his cousin Bruce Jolly at Sample this week W T Allen who has been visiting his mother and others for sometime took the train hero one day last week for his There are lonely home in Missouri hearts to cherish since his departuro On Wednesday evening of July 27th Mr Henry Johnson and Miss Bobbie Hardin will be United in marriage in the Walnut Grove church at eight oclock p m An invitation it extendod to all its buy Beveral fine dresses eh a fact you can easily save one hundred In One Year 1 By purchasing vour family plies r sup- Â¬ Will go to the Front Restless to win honor and fame in his e- countrys defense George M Pullman son of the last sleeping car magnate has given up his task as car inspector in the Pullman Company at Chicago and Is now on his way Kast to get his commis slon in the United States army Big Picnic The picnic given by tho Kirk Picnic Company at Kirk Station last Saturday was an enjoyable affair About 500 peoÂ¬ ple were present At the Busy Store Where high grado goods are sold at tne lowest Wo want to impress it upon you that we prices dopend upon quick sales and small profits to make You get the bonofit of our business prosperous this system and wo mako money for you if you are our customer Â¬ itimnaiNT Auk your for a genuine 10 CUNT Cream CATARRH xuiaxjnizi EIji Blm contain bo cocaine mercury nor any other Injurlou time It If quickly Abtorbcd Glvi Relief at once It onto and claantoa tbe Natal raufca Ar ri Allay liAimtkm Holland Protect the Membrane RetoretlM Senxe c f Tan aad SnH full Slit joe Trk She c at Drnf girt or by nail SLY BKO rXXKS je Wam Sin Met Ywk PSfl if p lllLU 1 nUflU JACOB ft MEYER1 BIG SPRING KY T y Breckenridge r- THB BRQKimNRIIDQigL NHWS News 1898 OIaOYEUlTFOI MP KIT B m e- Oot n Whole WEDNESDAY JULY 20 An Explanation Tho mason for tho groat popularity of Hoods Sareapafllln lies in tbe fact that thin medicine poeitiyoly cures It is I Americas Greatest Medicine and the pi American people havo an abiding confl- - denctJ in its merits Thoy buy and take if for simple as well as serious ailmonts confident that it will do them good Hoods Pills euro all Mailed for 25c by Vj well Mass 01 liver Hood A Co ills Lo- Â¬ Naval Irhpndenoe b W K - small and sometimes tho officers had to pay large sums in order that their ships might maintain a decent appear Biico One of them resorted to a humor ous expedient eithor to soften tho heart of tho navy board or if that proved impossible to express his opinion Sir John Phlllimoro painted ono sido of his old yellow friguto black and whito and used tho rest-- of tho black paint in printing on tho other sido in largo loiters No moro paint Tho navy board wroto to call his at tention to tho Impropriety of his conduct and slgnod themselves as thoy did oflloially Your affectionate frionds To this Sir John ropllodthatho could not obliterate tho objeotlonablo lotters unless he was given moro paint and signed himself in turn Your affectionate friend John Phillimoro Tho navy board thou called his atten- Â¬ tion to tho impropriety of tho signature to which Sir John roplicd acknowledge lng tho letter stating that ho regrottcd that tho paint had not boon sent and ending I am no longer your affection ato friond John Phillimoro His frigate was ollowod to rotaiu hor original yollow and porhaps tho navy board did right thus to punish Sir Johns lmportinouco Youths Companion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fifty years ago tho nllowanco of paint in tho British uavy was very Th man who always wants some Â¬ thing lor nothing mado a dibcovery last week in r Diamond street restnurnnt A wnltor upsot a glans on tho marblo top Â¬ ped lunch counter breaking tho edgo of tho gloss Tho waiter carelessly tossed it under tho counter and got another with n smooth edgo for tho customer ho was sorving What do you do with glasses thns slightly damaged asked tho customer of tho restaurant proprietor relating tho clrcnmstanco Oh wo give thorn awnys havo to got rid of thorn s cant endanger tho lips of customers by sorving thorn in nicked glasses 13ut why nro you interested Why I thought if you would glvo mo n fow of tho old glasses my wlfo might uso thorn for jollios Givo mo your addrosa and Ill send you Bomo Voluntoorod tho restaurant koopcr Tho man with a longing for articles without prlco went awny gleefully cal culating mentally on how much ho had saved on jolly glasses Two days later when ho wont homo from business he found 18 barrels in his buck yard His wifo said sho supposed ho had sont them and sho paid tho man 475 for deliverWhen opened tiio barrels ing thorn were found to contain broken glassware and china of all sorts Nono of it could An bo used not oven for jolly glasses ash liaulor charged 2 for taking nway tho rubbish Tho man who wants things for nothing has withdrawn his patron ago from a particular restaurant in Diamond street Pittsburg Chronlclo-Tclo-grap- h Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tot For Nothing- - SAVED OUR LIFE Do Not Neglect the Kidneys anil Bladder Disorder of tht sn Important organs causffl Krights disease rheumatism pnin in the back dropsy ami other troubles Disease sometimes gets a hold ujton your kidneys and bladder before you realize that anything serious is the matter Often these ogans pro neglected until that awful malady Ilrlghts disease has fastened upon you anil denth nnalts its Mativ miraculous cures have victim been wrought a course of treatment with Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These tablets are put up in tho shape of a kid Â¬ ney bean nud the formula has been pro Â¬ nounced by the bi st physicians of modern times to be the most dlrt ct in notion on the kidue0 of any remedy known to Â¬ medical science You can cat these tab lets as you would randy Send for frep booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all dtuggists or sent on receipt of price 50 centfl nnd 1 Â¬ Dn N 1iankfoit 0 Davis I ml When You Take Your Vacation the most necessary article to havo with you alter your pocket book is a bottle of Foleys Colic Cure It is an absolute prevention or cure of all derangements of tho bowels caused by a change of water You aro likely to need it A It Ilaynes Fisher Cloverport Gordon Patesville R A Shellman Stephens port E A Witt Ilardinsburg Qnestlonlnc la Not Conversation Â¬ Â¬ fc- - A Narrow Escape Thankful words written by Mrs Ada Was taken E Hart of Groton S D with a bad cold which settled on my lungs cough set in and finally terminat- Â¬ ed in Consumption Four Doctors gave me up saying I could live but a short time I gave myself up to my Savior determined if I could not stay with my frionds on earth I would meet my ab Â¬ sent ones above My husband was ad Â¬ vised to get Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption coughs and colds I gave it a trial took in all eight bottles It has cured me and thank God I am saved and now a well and healthy wo man Trial bottles free at Short Hay nesldrug store Regular size 50u and 1 00 Guaranteed or price lefuuded Beneficial KrTecta of CotTee A woman writor who gavo up coffco recently found that sho was nnablo to jcontinno hor writing with nny success until sho had resorted again to tho stimulating beverage Without it hor mind was logy and heavy Tho Medical Times qnotos an authority on the subject of prescribing coffco as a medicine in certain states of great dobility and adds Tea and coffoo seem to be mnch aliko in many respects but tho latter Ib greatly preferable as to its sustaining power It would bo a great advantago to our working classos and a great help toward the further development of social sobriety if coffoo were to como into greatly increased uso and if tbo ability to make it well could bo acquired As an example of tho difference of effect of tea and coffoo upon tho nerves tho writor notes what ho beliovos many sportsmen will confirm that it is far better to drink coffco than tea when shooting Tea if strong or in nny quan- Â¬ tity especially if tho individual bo not in very robust health will indnco a sort of norvonsuess which is vory prejudicial to steady shooting Under its influence ono is apt to shoot too quickly whoroas coffoo steadies tho hand and gives quiet nerves Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Curo F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 Wo the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last fifteen years and be- Â¬ lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus Â¬ iness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations mado by their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole- Â¬ do 0 Walding Kinnan it Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Curo is taken internal Â¬ ly acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Information From r Boatanalna fit ate An American vessel lying at Naples was visited by the kjug and his suit Ono of tho lattor with cocked hut mustache sword oto was exploring tho snip and mistook tho main hatch wind sail for a mast and leaned against - it Tho officer of tho dock was promptly advised of tho uccidont by tho boa- Â¬ tswains mate who said Excuse mo sir but I think ono of Jr them ere kiugs has fell down tho main On a Mnn of Wur hatoh sir --- a 1 j Seaweed l s - ts Tho longest plants in tho world are seaweed One tropical and subtropical variety is known which whou it reaches its fnll dovolopment is at least 600 foot in length Seaweeds do uot ro- oelve any nourishment from the sodl- jneni at the bottom or borders of the sea but only from air and mineral mat- ters hold in solution in tho sea water Tho most offonsivo thing you can say to a Tuscan is that he is ignoranto or ill bred You may call him a fool or a 5 thief or a liar and ho will only grin you but every peasant considers him- a geatieman ana uosires to run a vWE kMifo into any ouo who questions his 4rftt sl isTi hk lm n ti n nr ti M aflH WwdwfHl Marveleiu sUfWesioM I frequently heard about Kidney Cure Pa sot fall to tsgr Mats swat remedy for all kldaey trc-u- A X Fisher Olaverport R A Maailaatva tphnpo4t j Gordon Hay WIU Hardin MaPmisaivllU W Tho man who imngincs that tho art of conversation consists in asking questions spoils conversation as much as tho man who novor asks nny Pcoplo of this description will interrupt a speaker ns frequently as thoy do in tho Fronch chamber and run anxiously from sub Â¬ Buoklens Arnica Salve ject to subject with thoir interrogatories The Bkst Salvb in the world for Cuts liko n cackling hen that is going to lay an egg Horace Walpolo when exiled Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe at Houghton bemoans tho existenco of ver Soros Tetter Chapped Hands Chilsuch n pest in tho person of an aunt blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions Writing to his friend Sir Horaco Mann and postively cures Piles or no pay reJio says I havo an aunt hero a family quired It is guaranteed to give perfect pieco of goods nn old remnant of inratlsfaction or money refunded Prico quisitive hospitnlity and economy Sho 25 cents per box For sale by Short A woro mo so down by day and night with interrogations that I droamed all linynes night sho wus at my ear with a whos Thought llliii Dim of the Onrer Ones whys whens and whnts till at last Mr juiller Cmich tells this story in vory sleep I cried out For tho Pall Mull Miiuiue in my Hicks govheavens sako madam ask mo no more ernor of the Cornwall County Lunatic questions asylum had a great miiuy friends ox Dr Johnsons disliko of being questramuinl friends 1 moan and among tioned is well known und ho gives tho them an accomplished luudscapo paintrefutation of tho habit in his er This artist captivated by tho beauty classic Sir questioning of tho littlo seaport town of East Looo own inimitablostyle is not tho modo of conversation among took lodgings thoro cboso his subject gentlemen It is assuming a superiority and started to mako somo drawings of it and it is particularly wrong to question on tho rocks at low tido Cham- Â¬ man concerning himself a A fow days later Hicks drovo over bers Journal to soo 1dm and arrived at West Looo to bo taken across tho harbor in a boat To One Minute is not long yet relief is his surprise ho found n boatman wait obtained in half that time by the use of ing for him Still moro to his surprise One Minute Cough Cure It prevents tho boatman hailed him thus Aw Mr Hicks Ivo a bcen lookconsumption and quickly cures colds croup bronchitis pneumonia lagrippe ing out for eo tho last day or two I Hos over hero and all throat and lung troubles Short knowed youd como now Hes been holloring nnd screech-V-Haynrs JJq sits at low wutor down among D xiisiitute now Wednesday Lieutena nt n blt of uoar1 Jntothuoar- at Ilardinsburg is a young r hi iv murruy was Bworu mio me Borvjfb--th- e The GraphopnoiitHties and is fast United SUteshvMajor Ballance tfie i 111 ut music of bands orchestras church ll UUV vuClCl Not a gato withiuanTIRroi alono chimes and operatic choruses as well unl You can tako uu hos quiet as words spoken to it or songs sung to it It is in fact a mirror of sounds On its Qulok Relief For Asthma cylinders one can catch and preserve the Foleys Honey and Tar Ib guaranteed story told by a friend just as he told it or the song sung by some loved one It to give prompt relief in all cases of Asthma Do not class this with other is a kodak for sounds Thegraphophone is without a riyal for entertainment at medicines that have failed to give relief home or in the social gathering No Give it a trial A R Fisher Cloverport other investment will return so much R A Shellman Stephensport Gordon Ilaynes Patesville E A Witt Har and such a variety of pleasure for tho money Write for catalogue to the Col- Â¬ dinsburg umbia phonograph Co No 010 Penn Nothlne Plebeian About It sylvania Ave Washington D 0 She woh nu honored member of ono of tho hereditary societies and was as A Faraone English Inn tonished to learn that sho was accused Ono of tho oldest and most pictur of wiro pulling in connection with an esquo inns in all England is the Crab election of officers Treo inn in Fordhom Hero cyclists sho exclaimed Wiro pulling from all over Britain havo congregated Such an iusultl Whyit is common and hero mon famous in litorary annals positively common People do that in liko Kipling Haggard and Andrew politics Lang havo put up for on hour or two Vory true roturnod hor husband to rest and quaff tho ale dispensed by consolingly but in politics it is probthis ancient hostelry ably just common ordinary wiro whilo Tho story runs that Robert Burns and I havo no doubt in your caso tho refer- Â¬ Sir Walter Scott onco partook of tho ence wus to tho vory highost grado of hospitality of tho placo and tbo queen insulated coppor wiro herself it is reported onco stopped by Naturally that mado it seem differ- Â¬ tho wayside to partako of a frugal bowl ent Chicago Post of milk and crackers Tho initials of men illustrious in Great Britains his now They Uu In Dawaon tory aro graven upon tho surfaco of its Up at Dawson City said a roturn Â¬ deal tablos and its vory window panes od Kloudikor tho pcoplo scorn strnugo aro littered with tho names of Macaulay to yon Now whilo I was at a hotel up Dickons and Thackeray It has been thoro burglars entered nud swiped noar put in at least ouo book and J Quiller ly 000000 in gold nnggots Couch has used it us the scone for ouo What did tho boarders do during of his torrlblo tragedioa asked tho clerk all this excitement Kopt perfectly cool was tho quiot Too Ills a Contract roply Denver Times Doctor said a man to his medical attendant who hud just prosonted a Tbe human machine starts but once small bill of 85 shillings for treatment And etops but once You cau keep it go during a rocont illness I have uot ing longest and most regularly by using much ready monoy Will you tako this Do Witts Little Early Risers the famous out in trade Oh yos ohoerfully answered tho little pills for constipation and all atom ach and live troubles Short Ilaynes 1 think wo can arrange that doctor but what is your business I am a cornet player was tho Corkers startling roply London Tolograpli At a London club there is tho most nniquo pair of curtains in existence Poor Ilaby This portlcro is formed of hundreds of Unsophisticated Parent Hollo thore chumpagno corks taken from every nurse whatB the baby yolliug that way known brand of champagne each of for I cant read at all which bears the tin top which adorned Nurse Hos cutting his teeth sir it when the cork wus in its parent hot UP Woll seothnt hedoesnt doit tlo Tho corks aro mado into strings anymore or you lose your place Har thoro being 00 of thorn to each string lem Llfo Between every cork thoro aro throo big Chiuoqo beads of turquoise blue Alto- Â¬ S 0 P Jones MllesburgPa wiltos gether thoro aro 34 strings and at from I have ued De Witts Little Early 12a to 10s a cork tho portioro repre Â¬ Risers ever since they were introduced sents a total expenditure of about hera and must say I have never used any Tho corks aro tied to a whito 1000 pills Ih my family during forty yean of enamelod pole with funoy ends and big house keeping that gave such satisfactory sashes of blue ribbon adorn tho brass results as a laxative or cathartic Short knobs Tho total effect is distinctly protty What makes this nniquo por Â¬ Ilaynes tiere doubly valuable U tb fact that each cork boars tiw autograph ot a fa Om Minute Cough Curs eurM luoaa atororaotfM of thapwustst day TfcaU In what It was a tor SuwdartU Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nbout coincidences when a clergyman gave an iustuuco in his own experience When I was a very young man before said ho I mot I ontered tho ministry with n Ecrios of inisfortuuos nnd was nearly discouraged Ono day I was seat ed on a bench in tho park of a foreign city My head was sunk upon my hands and black despair covered mo liko n cloud I had about ooncludcd to strug glo no longer when a slight noiso at- Â¬ tracted my attention nnd I gloncod up to soo standing beforo mo nnd contemplating mo with big solemn oyes tho most beautiful littlogirl I havo over bo hold What is yonr name my protty child was my natural inquiry- - Hopo sho answered in a clear sweet voice Thon sho turned and ran away and tho littlo earthly form whoso Hps had brought mo a messago of comfort disap peared forovcr but tho whito spirit of hor numo sho had left in my heart nud from that day I prospered My eldest Exchange daughter is called Hopo Â¬ Â¬ Hope Came tillllm A number of persons wero talking Transplanting Mnselea Tho wonders of surgery will it seems never conso Among tho most Important iichlovcmeuts is tho transplanting of muscles This lias been sncccsufully dono in tho caso of a patient who had for half a lifetime boon unable to umj ono leg on account of paralysis occi r ring in early childhood Tho operation A six inch longi is thus described tudinal incision is mndu on tho inner sido of tho thigh with tho mlddlo op posite tho top of tho pntolla Tho snrto rius is dissected out cnt off at Its insertion brought forward and attached to tho muscular fascia just nbovo nud n littlo to the inner sido of tho patella Tho attachment must bo made Irmly by splitting tho fascia and drawing tho niusclo through so that it becomes ad herent to both inner and outer surfaces Kangaroo tendon is used for sutures being tho best material Tho wound is then closed and tho whole thigh is bandaged and finally a plaster of paris bandage or a long splint is npplicd Tho pntlont is kept recumbent for two weeks at least gentle motion is commenced nt tho end of three weeks nud tho plaster is cntiroly omitted nt tho end of from flvo to six weeks Tills op eration has been performed several times with great success tho only failures occurring whero tho muscles were imperfectly attached This stato of things was entirely remedied however in tho Now York Lcdgor later operations Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Beautiful HI fswmim ml PREti twrowaor TtMtTtmvmjio 0S W tjsam RY Trains leavn Louleville as follow Iv Lnulsvlla O H W ItAIIWAY Cinclnnatl and ih Knit St Louis and the Writ i No 10 No 6 No 1 8 HkDhJ AttTAiwAi Present Â¬ I ESS JtWll for a few months to all users of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH Flatlron Brand To induce you to try this brand of starch so that you may find out for yourself that all claims for its superiority and econ omy arc true the makers have had prepared at great expense a series of Ar Cincinnati 645am 1155am 605pm 11 15am Ar Columbus 5 55pm 1105pm Ar Pittsburg sam ijm 650am 7 loam Ar Washington li Ar lUltimnre t 2opm 7 50am Ar Philadelphia 10 15am 3 40 pm 1j Ar New York 555pm 3onn Ar Itoston oopm 3 9 05pm Nraln No lihaa eleirant Pullman lludet 1arlor Car tn Cmclnnall and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Clnciniietl to Washington naltlmore PhiUdelphlaand New ork without change Tran No IS has elrgatt Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining can Cincinnati to Nrw York without changa Train No o hat sieers to Cincinnati open at 9 oMock to receive passengers I jam 2 45pm St Louis Springfield and the West GAME PLAQUES exact reproductions of the ioooo originals by Muvillc which will be given you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below These Plaques are 40 Inches in circumference are free of any suggestion of No advertising whatever and will ornament the 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 subjects are the manner specified American Pheasant American Wild Ducks English Snipe English Quail The bird9 are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life Each Plaque is bordered with a band of gold Ar Springfield 8 40pm 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m Louirilte Ar St I0U11 Lv isjonn No to a Jsam No 16 813am 040pm No 810pm 44 711am Charleslown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p m except Sunday Trains Nos in 10 and 44 have elegant day coachai Pullman parlor and sleeping caratoSt Loult From Kait 11 15 daily am Attention Old Soldiers R Fisher Cloverport Stephensport Gordon The manufacturers have instructed A It A Shellman Ilaynes Patesville E A Witt Ilardinsburg to give a bottle of 25c size of Foleys Cnlio Curo free to the first soldier of the ciytl war that applies for same It Is tho great remedy for Clrouic Diarrhoea Cramp Colic and all Bowel complaints fluBteniala 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 Get Them Flat Iron Ilrand are entitled to re celro from their grocer one of theao beautiful Game Plaques free Tbe plaques will not be sent by mall Tlicr can bo obtained onlj from roar grocer Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch Do not delay This ofTcr is for a short timo only All pnrchaners of three 10 cent or six Scent packages of Elastic Starch 11 15 pm 6 40 p m City Ticket office southeast comer Fourth and Main stmts Depot Seventh and river Iordrtail information regarding ratel time on connecting linei sleeping parlor dining can etc addriss US HHOWN District Past Ticket Agent II O S W Ry 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CIIKSSI1ROUCH General Pas rngtr Agent Cincinnati Ohio O II WAIIKKL Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio 3 90 a m TUAINS ARRIVE 7 15 am It 15 noon m 640 pm Irom West -- 7 ta Henderson Route LoiiTille Hendsrson St Louis Ej No Co n u Time Card Id Effect June 20 97 East Hound Lv St laxiis No 41 No 44 46 Guatemala might easily sustain ten times its pa sent population Tho toll is rich nud easily cultivated and unliko the other Central American republics there is plenty of labor Somo parts of tho country nioquito thickly populnted but tho others aro covered with dense forests nnd a variety of timber which might bo easily mado mnrkotablo if moans of transportation wcro provided But although Guatemala is much further advanced than tho rest of Cen- Â¬ tral America hor railway systom does not exceed 2S0 miles thero is no internal navigation und tho wagon roads aro in a dcplorablo condition Tho mineral wealth of tho country is supposed to bo largo but it is only slightly dovolopcd Tho mines nro inaccessible nud hi tho absence of modern machinery which nt present cannot bo conveyed to thorn cannot bo worked with profit Tho government offers generous in Tho laud ducements to immigrants laws in o liberal and efforts huobcen made from timo to tiino to bee tiro tho establishment of colonies and tho pre emption of public lands by privuto setBut nil tho accessible nrea is at tlers preseut occupied nud no foreigner can expect to prosper in Guatemala unless ho hns abundant capital which will cunblo him to purchase nt high prices plantations already developed Forum Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H 8HOULD IHIEBE T NEW Y0RI ranuT Iv WlTHOUTPf ATES 11HVr 111 V V Because it is placed here by the DENTAL PARL0RS llrmdtnburif Arr Louisville West Hound Louisville llranilenburg Irvinuton Stephensport Hawesville Owensboro hpottsville Henderson Evansville Louis Kvausville Henderson Spnltavillu Owrnsboro lluwesville Cloverport Stephensport IrvuiKton 6 59am 7 15 75lim 855pm 91J 4S 738 818 37 344 S22 603 2 20pm 2 4li 24am 310 3 28 4411 S IH 410 450 S 10 1007 1045 11 12 12 35pm 6 21 7 45 625 557 617 7 30 43 ft fl M for the benefit of the public that they may know where to go to get the best dental work nt Hie very lowest price ssssi TFPTH Jauu 75 50 No 8 51 4I Nn 4 No 8 45 7 20am We extract teetb 25 cents without pain make a goou set 01 ariiuciai iccm lor Teeth filled with gold and platinum alloy Teeth filled with amalgam Teeth filled with pure old A J7tjBI 915 1035 1135 riovtrport loll 9 51 b43 739 804 50pm 6 Vi 9 3i 9 52 10 21 23pm 7 20 1036 100 anil up mlgijLi ii Arrbt 1240 1 15 32 1217pm 947 10 10 10 40 95 1058 1148 1223am 1245 1 15 7 20 guarantee Riven with etery filllnK We hive been established in Louisville for over ten years Can give reference from hist professional nnd busitieis men in the city Remember the New York Dental Parlors 542 Fourth St Louisville Ky 542 3 iijas c no misioKc um gci in mc tiriu place our system or making eolu crown nnd bridge work or teeth without plate- Is the bet known to the profession People from abroad can come In the mornlnirand wear their new teeth home same dav A I trains run Ihrouch Solid to RvansvllU Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trains between St Louis Kvan ville and Louis- Â¬ ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at lrvington for Fordsville and Ilardinsburg daily except Sunday II C MOHDUE A O I A Louisville Ky L SffKjs gi 7 2 II St L ftJ r CnrjAY v intr llu locataa trwcitu TIME TABLE No 10 h Fordsville Branch TAKING EFFECT MAY West Hound Trains Dally Daily ex Sun ex Sun iO 1897 Kast Hound Train No 5 Nol STATIONS Tried and True Thousands have tried Dr Caldwells Syrup PepBln for constipation indiges tion and sick headache and have it true to tho elaim made for it viz that it is the best remedy now before the good people for the relief of stomach troubles Trial sizi 10c largo aizs 50a and 1 00 of Chas C Martin - WMII tTJeJsU SlNEW ir S5gM0UlSvlTLEKY fi 11 25 1140 1147 1155 12 10pm 12 25 1235 1255 1050am Iv Hardlnslurg Junction Kirk Ulendcane Dally Dally ex Sun exSur No 8 No lrvington Ar floCsm Garfield 8 00 Hsrned 742 Junction 7 37 Jrlly 7 27 7 17 7 02 v aawwru fm w WgbUUaettUI 105 120k 145 155 2 05 6 20 Denniter sr FsllsItouRhlv 60S 650 630 Dempster Rockvale Mitchell 215 2 30 Ituth Asklns Oaks 5 44 5 38 6 26 510 6 00am sro Ilia Own Composition ticlo in Lo Figaro of Paris -- WILLARD WS HOTEL Jr Mgr 25nm ArKirtvillelv Tho incidents conuSEcaa f nd and license clony n always pny Figaro that out of ten Amoricaines residing in Paris thero is but ouo American Affairs business as thoy say over thero absorbs tho sterner sox in tho United States In that country tho men havo neither tho inclination nor tho opportunity for mnch leisuro and only pay us very short visits While thoir wives install thomsolves hero tho good husband only makes fly- Â¬ ing visits and is vory seldom referred to in tho olegnut salons of tho wives Tho writor continues I was at an official ball not long ago whero ono of thorn was tho hero of a curious his Ho woro on tho lapel of his coat toiro a brilliant star which struck mo aB original and somewhat curious in form Although very artistio tho order was unknown to ma Somo indiscreet per son interrogated tho Ynnkoo ns to what order it wus Tho iTunkoo replied in a phlegmatic- tono It is my own compo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ roio in eocioty Al i t ui iiiu jimerieaiiw weru jimeri v caiues It is certain continues Lo must M 1 uuut eiiuyv tCT laranJjU MILLER fVliiHwpHBBwwWfci grjb vi-Aptl 1 Louisville HendersonSt Louis RyCo Rates200 Best House and in 250 lyPLCah Iwwwwwwwwh TIME SCHEDULE At Louisville If TakluK Effect 630 odck A 2f Sunda- - Uit 30 1897 lTtilVis32T3i vcr vWi Ma A Trat TGRtf0Pffli V Its Worth Printing 43 Kpr Dally UOpm 5 03 6 31 5 40 5 48 5 53 6 00 Hxprs Dally 7 30am 7 48 Mail tITATIONS Kxpra Hxpr Dally Dally 1235pm 7 5pse 12 the li 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ox cltemout I quite forgot to shako that bottlo nforo gioin yot Johnulo Como here Johuuio obeyed and much to his as Â¬ tonishment and disgust was subjected to n vigorous slinking from tho strong arms of the parent at tho conclusion of which ho was laid down with tho re Â¬ mark Thoro ray laddie thatll dao It should bo gey weel mixod up uoo Im thiuklu but dont let mo forget ngalu Johuuio promised Pearsons Week- iy Â¬ Â¬ Manufartnrtit umltr thn patents of llrtl Tnlntr r Ellison ami Jlscilonnll our rsubllslinirnt la liciiil umirtprtf ortlio worlil fcirlalsinizMnihlniSuuil Tulklug MaibliM Supples Write for catalogue COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH GO Price 50c a Year You jet 104 good pipers rf six or eight pages eaih lor joc IES THAN ONU fcltN V A 853 916 921 925 9 32 1011 1014 1025 1035 1043 10 49 1058 1105 1114 1125 1135am 1146pm 1151 1155 961 956 959 Lodlburg-Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops SMUman Holt 1112 1102 1053 10 45 1037 1028 10 20 1015 1007 1002 9 45 9 40 9 27 Jl 6 26 640 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Both one Year within cheap and quick access of tho ontiro MiBsouri and Mississipt Only We have made a special cltdiblng arrangement Valloys at your qwjideora Through with the CourlerJournaland will tickets heyond Omaha allow stop send that paper and oura for the price naiueJtoall overs Reduced excursion rates to our subscribers who will lenew and pay In ad vancc orlo all new subscribers who will pay In Omalia Tako tho Burlington advance Sample copies Courier Journal sent ire Route tho old and estahliBhed line on application All subscription unJrihls offer must be teat to and through Omaha in any dL to tbe rection wmimi For Twlce-a-Wee- k m 125 HOWARB ELLIOTT BRECENRIDGE NEWS 9tMMi L W WAKBLWIV H SL iJjfltf Aw i iij VtfM4 ty tgl l iMwmrimk iitftMa tr iwMviUMvMMtrVrtti11 -- fWV AM te W THEl BRKGKKNRIDQR NKW8 OIxOVElRlPOR KY 1 aWtf 3 THE Breckenridge WEDNKHDAY News 18P8 JULY 20 A Miserable Condition Doctors Could Not Kcliovo OUltED by One Uettlft PLEASANT VALLEY UptoDate Merchant fej6 e5 J E- - Adopts business up-to-da- te methods in conducting his This is an era in which printing is largely used to facilitate and systematize business It is better for a merchant to make use of ma terial that is artistically printed than the kind that is an eyesore V II Ilrown Iiah three casta of typhoid fever in Ills fiunllj-Mr A S Aslicrftlt ami children spent tht Fourth at Camp Ileriicluu Mis MbkkIh Llvera spent Saturday night with Mlea L Ada Untidy Kt Valley Hemic TIih booIhI at A N AHlicralts lst Sat Â¬ urday night was vt ell attended nnil en j yed hy all present Airs Emma Simons Is spending tl e summer at Clmerport with rehitives for tint benefit of litr health Mrs Uflllie Livers and vhldren from Dennsop Texa are ipendii t the sum Â¬ mer at II B Livers homo Mioses Bailie and Lellozine Hardin were UrandenburK visitors last Sunday aud attended the picnic at the Wells the Fourth Mabel the little ten year old daughter of Mr and Mis W 11 Drown died of typhoid fever July the Fourth She had b en sick almost three weeks and had suffered greatly The friends of Mr and Mrs Drown regret the Miction that has befallen tin in very much but sincerely hope that thu rest of the family may be early restored to health Weep not dear parents for your little one but prepare to meet her in that bright world above where parting is no more and the weary are at rtat lLitiw Dr loft sldo kidney and bladder trouble and leucorrhoea I lost flesh and became so miserable that I could not be around In this distressed condition I sought the aid of an eminent physician but be did not soem to bo able to And a remedy that would reach two ruceirua no ue I was Inallr idu i advlsod to tri our Kldnej I rnit i iiAnunrnn iitirM tor the first day after beginning Its use Within three days i was much better and by the time one wu lagen iiiio return a fewi was wnouy relieved A light months was cured by one balf bottle of same later No return since a complication of ailments including pain MFinkik DarSlr InJ887I M had been afflicted with In CHARLES Next O MARTIN Prescription Pharmacist above iayne Co Cloverport Â¬ dor i 9 GEO YEAKEL I Mabel we do sorely inits you a we tnett each other here We know that you are tinging In the bright world over there Ciod hai choien you for heaven and well try and not compltln Glad to know that you are happj having ceased to sufltr pain girl home from Sunday school last Sun day MIrb Carrie Shellman visited in the Look Out neighborhood ono day last woeh Mr D F Keys spent last Saturday and Sunday with Mr J M Shellman and rnporta he has n very fine tobacco patch except some Frenchlug caused by Mr Bob French walking through the patch a few weeks ngo Late to bed and early to rise prepares a man for his home in the skies Early to bed and a Little Early Itlser the pill that makes life longer and better and wiser Short Haynes 4 198 Linen Suits made good thing for hot weather Sizes 34 to 43 Tow I SREGALS 5c 75 pes Lawns as long as they above price OrganÂ¬ COS j 4 3c 100 pes Lawns Il f - 10c 25 pairs Hartshorn window I and m- 50 nicely dies Crepe Mulls were sold at 10c and 15c last at plete shades com Â¬ with fixtures Get Good Printing Done 5 The Sure La Orippe Cure There is no use suffering from this dreadful malady if you will only get the right remedy You are having pain all through your body your liver is out of order having no appetite no life or am- Â¬ bition have a bad cold in fact are completely used up Electric Bitters is the only remedy that will give you prompt and sure relief They act directly on your Liver Stomach and Kidneys tone up tlie whole system and make you feel like a new being They are guaranteed to cure or price refunded For sale at Short I lay uea drugstore only 50 rents per bottle Â¬ Worth double the 0 i Hoe Worth Come quick wont price 5c last II long - DUKES Circuit Court convened at Hawesvllle Monday The weather has been treating the people cool the last few days S B Barnett and wife went to Daviess county Friday to spend a few days with relative A nice shower of rain fell here Thurs Â¬ day which caused a broad smile to flit across the faces of the farmer Dt puty Sheriff Bowlen was in tins community Wednesday hunting taxes and summoning court material Mrs Brown who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Mary Duke has been right sick but is better at this writing The prayer meetingp class meetings and Sunday school are all well attended which shons well for our neighborhood A series of meetings will be held In the grove beginning the 23 of this Rev Snead of Hardinsburg month will conduct the meetings The persons who cut into the pear tree of Tom Wheatley and took out the honey he says may save trouble by tomlng and paying for the honey Mrs Higgs and her daughter Easter rfttiiriiMil liftmn with hpr IntioMur Afro --- r xt iiniiiiits jvuipui- ui JuyittM wjuiny t Eggs Ohickensand J COUntrv nrnrlnnn nr hltrVmnf mnL-A-- wyouium nuux ii all time Z umu to iui uui ueo Xealcet On Brandanhurcr OI WOOJ orji- - ix owu BruiMi1B txti KV j Hupentltlous Donapartes Â¬ Â¬ SORGHO Miss May me Duncan is visiting in 5 J At our Job Printing office We have plenty of type fine job presses and some of tjie best and most experienced printers in the State This combination will produce good results tf t tj Louisville There has been a nice rain and crops are looking fine James F Mason Dirk City was in our midst one day last week J 0 McQuady is visiting bis sisterMrs T E Elder near Mooleyville Anna Dland little daughter of Tom Pierce was badly burned Sunday Farmers are about through threshing wheat in this immediate vicinity Miss Nannie Booth Evansvilleis visit- Â¬ ing Mrs Kate L Beers at this place Miss Theresa Peters and Gus Saner Stanley were visiting here last Sunday Mrs John Pennington has tone to Marion county to visit friends and rela- Â¬ tives Mr and Mrs Richard Steele rpent Saturday with their father Mr Kd liam bletou y Mr and tjiP- - Wiihms spent Uttfday and SUuuSy with their mother Mrs E A House Mr Horn and daughter Miss Addie Ensor spent several days last week with Mr and Mra E T Horn McQuady quite an attractive young lady is visiting her cousins Mollle and Lillie McQuady Miss McQuady of Tho Bonupartes ulwnys were super stitious especially tho mother of Napoleon Sho nhvays had a preseutiinent that tho riso and fall of her family would occur in tho samo century that tho glory which was prophesied for thorn would bo followed by disaster Aud tho prediction was verified She died in her eighty soventh year having lived long onoqgh to see tho downfall of all her children Napoleon I always fearod Dec 2 as an unlucky day and it is related of him that boforo every important battlo he would throw dico to ascertain if ho were to loso or win Tho red men whom ho always saw going to battlo with him was a delusion that caused him much suffering Toronto Saturday 9ytiVfei JLJU VACiSS 5 BANK or HARDIlSrSBURG B F BEARD Presldeut WILL MILLER Vice President M II HEAKD Cos Ipt County Farms FOR SALE If you want to farm profitably come to Davius where you can get tha hlghett mar kct price for your cornilalki corn tcbacco wheat tomatoes potatoes and sweet corn Wehaea cellulose factory that bujs all the cornstalks j a canning factory that buys all the trmajocs peai sweet corn and beans that ate brought to than We have a large number of good farms in Davltss county lor sale all over the county from I to ao miles from Owentboro the county seat We will sell you Improved or unimproved land from lo to 25 per cent cheaper than any one else And sell ton easy terms lhat will suit ou bend for our 1898 list of Daviess county faimj Jiut out OW BKARb MORRIS USKRIDGE R M JOIitiY INTFRPT Safety l Utracto pid nw riMf nEPnsiTs Comfort Louisville Night ana telle - June OUR PRICES ARE REASONABLE tzfr An ice cream supper will be given by the ladies for the benefit of the Sorgho Baptist church on Friday night July 11 at the Grange Hall Everybody is cordially invited to be present The annual picnic at St Peters Catho Â¬ lic church will be given on July HOib this time it will be held in a beautiful grove between Pendletons store aud Griffith Extensive preparations are being made for its success K T Smith IsiuOwenBborothlsueel arranging the program for the Ellendale Fair which bi gins the Uth of August Mr Kapler aud Mr Smith are untiring in their efforts to make this the best fair ever held at that place S M Geary Pierson Mich writes Ue Witts Witch Hazel Salve is curing In fact they are lower than most places as we do not have high rent taxes and insurance to pay and this amounts to a neat sum that is saved to our patrons more piles here to day than all other remedies combined It cures eczema aud all other skin diseases Short Haynes SHILOH Mr GT Wheeler iu ill at this writ ing We have an Interesting Sunday school at Sblloh I Hay harvest and threshing is the order of the day A beautiful rain paused over our vicin- Â¬ BRECKENRIDGE NEWS j vob printing Department Cloverport Ky ity last Sunday Miss Nellie Dtuham spent last Sunday with her mother Mrs J M Shellman is visiting her sister and niece of Union tar Mr Henry French was the guest of Mr Emett Elder last Saturday uight and Sunday The party given at the homo of Mr Sam Aliens last Saturday night proved to ht a failure Mrs 0 P Baaham aud Mrs B Gough were the gm sta of Mrs J M Shellman one day last week Messrs T A Koberteon and J 0 SUIT filled tlmlr regular appointment hut Sunday at Mr Sam AinmoM Mr Oral Baaliaoi accowpauled A Good Memory oten saves monoy and also good health If you are troubled with constipation indigestion or any form of stomach trouble remember to take home a bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin and health will be restored to you Trial size 10c There Is No 9 About It 10 doses 10c large size 50c and 100 of No question indeed with those who Chas C Martin have used It but that Foleys Kidney Jure is absolutely reliable for all Kidney Iccullar tn the State and Bladder diseases A It Fisher Clovorport It A Shellman Stephens So far as I know said tho doctor tho shortest port Gordon Hay nt s Patesvillo E in answer to a question A Witt Hardinsburg word of four syllablos is Ohioan observed the professor rd Well S E Parkw Sharon Wis writes I moving his cigar from his mouth n mohave tried DeWltts Witcli Hazel Salve ment its the samo way as regards tho for itching piles and it always stops them offices The Ohioan always gets there in two minutes I consider DeWitts with fowor letters than anybody else Chicago Tribune Witcli Hazel Salve the greatest pile cure on the market Short Haynes The Cuban question and political issues sink into insignificance with the man BEE KNOB who Biifl era from pilf s What he most went to Sulphur Weis tho desires la relief DnWitte Witch Hazel Everybody Salvfl citron pilp Short A Havnes Fourth Miss Lzzk Lamb spout Tuesday with 000000000000000000Q the Misses Ritchie Jim ltitchin and family of Flaherty were here Sunday Mr Geo Houston wife and baby visiled relatives last week SurrtMior otlie LluiMtlynl Miss Kena Medley of Hill Grove Tho Ono Ureal Stuuilirtl Authority l llrewrr visiled friends a few days last week jRowrltisllnti Nupruiio CurL lutlro K J L Wright and family npnt Sunday Htiuiilartl 7 9 M5tje ifllmf H I lovlIThilluir with Mr Will Sherlock and family near iiiIIipIIix rnpnliiu I unit nil the Muiw mi Gustuu uiinsHiiutH riir I IIIU0H1l1uolb11ulil Mrs Li la Downs and daughter spent Wuriiily CoiiiiiieiicItMl Friday with Mrs Bottle SV right aud nl dr Plate hniwiliili mliirftl daughter if h liiHils t ollrullllttlUill ilelitJHtuliltlirl uliwxi v Iiliout iiiuuUl r Mies Mary Miller has gone to Ball XltMllUUlllU Knob for a week visit to relatives She the lionsehalil nml In guest of her cousins Misses miner smuuir inwill be the iSSHS Ur num nnil Stfii Lala aul Lena Sherlock Â¬ Â¬ has been vlniting here several days Two nf Khj EastonB children one buriad 13 aud the other 18 years in the cemetery here was taken up Thursday and re entered In the Parson grave yard Farmers are waiting patiently the arrival ol a machine that they may get their grain threshed The machine that gets here first will got a good Job those that have no wheat want their oata threshed We are not jubilant to hear of a battle for iu such engagement between armed forces death and buffering is tho result but the love we have for our great and free country we love to hear of our bravo American boys in blue fighting under the stars and stripes coming out victors iri wu f rm Not Worried About That Her Father Well if you aro deter Â¬ mined to marry my daughter I shall offer no objections but before you take this irrevocable step I think it is only right to let you know that I havo de cidod to leave all my money to educa- Â¬ tional and charitable institutions Glib Suitor Oh thats all right Ive got proof that you bet on a bicyclo road raco ouco Itll bo easy enough to show that youre of unsound mind Chicago Nows A Packet Line Fast Mill Lino Between Louisville and Evansville STEAMERS Williams Little J B G RAGOKT P M Ryan Matter W A Bishop i Third Street OWENSUORO KENTUCKY 314 i a Pnner2 TAKASCON D L Penny Master L T Conner Purser quirer is 1 fear a young man of extravagant tustos Yes ho tho daughter admitted wants mo for a wifo Cincinnati En- Â¬ An Indication mo ioiiu duc nrm iatner PEPsini 5YRUP NDIOESTION H tR CALDWELLS MR TELL CITY R II Ballard Master W B Newbell Pnner P D STAGGS Tho largest colTeo plantation in Bra Ktl and perhaps iu tho world is tho Du tnont plantation ebtablisliod by a Frenchman in tho statu of Mlnas Go Â¬ mes The uumber of coffee plants in 1500 was 4718000 Tho first bcrujon in Maine was deliv- Â¬ ered at Monhcgau Aug 9 1G07 VV A A A KS STORE IS A FIXTURE IN HARDINSBURG Ever body knows Witts It contains the best and purest line of drugs and General Merchandise in this district Storo Dally eioepr Snturday between Louisville and New Amsterdam Fretgt t tblpped by this line delivered quick Â¬ er than by rail Travelers will find the steamers are unsur Â¬ passed In equipment and accommodation The best culinary are employed ai cooks and he menu ii equal to that of the belt hotels General offioei 170 and 176 4th Avenue CiouliTllle D h PENNY W Vf HITK 0 Supt V WIMJAMB prel TP A Owonsboro Kyi - J HHunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with HNEST GOODS HONEST PRICES HONEST DEALINGS Are tho inducement of fered to patronize this es Â¬ tablishment and they have been in vogue ever since the store starred Â¬ Casper May Co IND EA OANNKLTON WITTS HARDINSBURG I I V G Babbage Will Act as KY Websters International JLMdtionary 1 M Send me ffiSslirf And I will Send you packed in n plain box one gallon o Guardian 1 Assignee Etc Twenty Years perience 1 OldCoon Hollow Whisky 1 X and Children Yw Hivi Always buck Tin KM CASTOR A lor Iafants I aUiWliiurriHHiiOitHHiiaHvri 9 Hnrinif Held Mhsh 1 1 J irrsit - hntiiiHiit miU omiiijJUtitlwt lo 3 not be deceived In CAUTION buying small to called A iVebitrrs llctlnrU antheiilta iveiabTs iniernslliiwl inrtoii rviuirult 1 y in llii vaitms liear our traUiMiuirk on foi I mi rr oil will tilincuts lrs None Purer None Finer SIMON Umi Hi Settling Estates Attention All Legal Matters Given Prompt Jmm blbt iignatweof Imh the OMtfe nv fymn N Mail JONES mmmmmmm THEL Ono Woman n WOrd mmm CHARMING BRfeOmNmDGEl NEWS OIxOYERPORT KY Womans Mission MAY BE ENLARGED V4iVmiM QUESTS Monumental Works to be Equipped With Prieumatlo Machinery Is Successful competition in any field depends en physical health questions about I consider la the world Mrs - Aykrs Pills the belt A C WESTON 39 Pearl St Laconia N H c AH Womon9 Wisdom mm NEWS BRECKENRIDGE WEDNKHDAY JULY 201898 4 J L lwocai revmes Fans and parasols at cost The Fair 8teel rod umbrellas 50 cents The Fair Organdies and lawns at cost The Fair Ladies seamless hlack hose 5 cents The Fair The song of the katydid is hoard in the land Ladies black and tan Oxfords 85 cents -- TheVFalr Tf for sale at 10 Apply to AlvltTSlmons Bayers of clothing will do well to notice ad of The Fair Whitehead have retired from 8tader the hay and feed business Ed Gregory is now at work at Gregory Gibsonsrocery store Sulxera keeps all the small sizes of shoes ranging from 2 2J 3 and 3 Telegraph rerprts from np river points state that a rise in the river is expected The Hancock Clarion reportsthat tlio tobacco crop will be short in that county this year The local showers of the past few days have been very beneficial to the grow Â¬ ling crops About ten cars of new wheat have thus far been received by Oelze Bros this season A dog was killed by the west bound passenger train at the Elm Street cross- ing Monday night Hardlnsburg will soon be an town The inauguration of a delivery wagon takes place next month Extenaivo improvements are being made on the cottage owned by Matthias Miller in the lower end of town Farmers in various parts of the county are showing a disposition to hold their wheat till higher prices prevail For 100 U 8 bread tags 8uz r will get you either a cup saucer and plate or a cream pitcher or a vegetable dish - f fblcycle r itJ A E1 Fisher has had the front of his building and drug store repainted and it now presents a handsome appearance Alex Montgomery and Noah Hicks shipped last week from Guston 120 sheep and other cattle to tho Louisville market Joe King a popular chair car porter on the Henderson Route is seriously illLypbolthfeVornrtTTiia home- - in Louisville The excellent work that has been done ob the roads in various parts of the coup ty this year is highly appreciated by the people Babies need not go shoeless Infants oxfords worth 50 and 75 cents have been marked down to 25 and 35 cents at Sulzera A O Morton and G M O O Ball of Glendeaue were in the city Monday wlta wheat They report fino crop con- Â¬ ditions in their sections We want to reduce our line of ladios Oxfords and to do this we have cut the price of grades worth 1 and 1125 down to 75 cents Sulzers 3 Ladies yea know that wehandlethe Cbeei line o Oxfords in the city We have reduced the prices on them so that those worth 175 J 00 and 2 50 are going now for 125 Suiters I want to Bell my store groceries and bakery It is a good stand add enjoys a ae trade and is a grand opening for a greceryman Oall on or address W M Pyles colored grocery Hardlnsburg Ky was John Ketchumof Grayson county in the cty Saturday He is visiting his relatives Mr and Mrs Lody Thomp Â¬ He comtemplates purchasing of son the Beavin heirs a small tract if the price eat be agreed upon David Murray Jr is ono of the uioet enterprising boys in this community He is not only a star hotel clerk but he is also hustling book seller and is now handling Fits Hugh Lees book on Cuba and the Spanish American war He Invites all interested to call on him The Keith Monumental Works of this tty are turning out a number of band- mnaaaenls now They use the ytrf beet material and their work equals tbt f JWfeeville manufacturers while tit prieca are far cheaper When peo- Â¬ ple earn get ao excellent a service at home it Is wrong for rfewu to go away for work Visit Keiths shop and you will be con viewed that it is beet to patronise home r 1 fY MruIjtM lUaMMMed toe wag Knu fflnimn Constipation -- - M we wwen It TMp duees -- Wlgrw task twsuUebe la- Uootfa fill math bod asmiiiellnallnn iud mil 111 JNMIH oaaUy aaa oods Pills Ute cattail utuouNMM aver mm I Hood MMn1 Oy JBa otr HUs to take wttto Hewn a Uuguhly Lrl AU jratiU SU an artist with the Proctor Keith are constantly asked sculptors chisel II j has Just completed Accomplished Women a linndsotno monument for Jesse L Some Shall women vote Shall they practice law Shall they compete with men in every field fev i IkwCBL Owen The design In a pulpit upon Treated to Breckcn- Whatever womans mission may finally be de which rests nn open Bible The mon clared to be it is certain that something ridgc Hospitality ument is mounted upon threo bases must bo dona for her physical health The Keiths nro turning out 11 vast Ignorance superstition and mystery sur-Â¬ this senon If plans round womans delicate organism Heroic A Delightful House Party at the amount of work nre carried out Clarence Keith of efforts to endure pain is part of womans Home of I erd Owen creed Many womens lives aro a constant Lellclififld will noon heroine n inembor struggle with lassitude many are violently of the firm nnd pneumatic niitrhlnory ill without apparent cause and few indeed One of the most hospitable homes In will btt introduced in the shop IIiub are in normal health BrecktinrldRO county Is that of Mr mid making It ah complete u plant as nny in This Is all wrong and might bo different of tho McQuady neigh- Louisville It will bo one of tho largest Mrs Ferd Owen If women would follow Dr Hartmans ad- Â¬ borhood It is now tho scene of a de concerns of the kind in the Ohio valley vice Perhaps tho most practical printed lightful house party at which Mies aud a crodit to Cloverport talk to women to bo found anywhere is in Dr Hartmans book called Health and Blanche McDermott of IjuIbvIIIo Mrs Beauty which tho Medlcino Co Jennie P Moorman of Owensboro and Columbus O will mail free to women and Miss Attlu Moorman of Kansas City only It Is certain that Dr Hartmans Mo are being entertat ed bv Mr and a has proved a perfect boon for Mrs Owen Miss Bettie Webb and Miss womens diseases of tho pelvic organs It Carrie Owen Mies McDermott baa won treats them scientifically and cures them a splendid reputation for her literary at Â¬ permanently All druggists sell It tainments She is a department editor received your book and commenced I of the Southern Magazine and is an acFields of Golden Grain Panning the use of your medicine at once writes 8he possesses a complished writer Mrs II D Amos of Greensboro Ga to I took five bottles of Dr Hartman charming personality and is a magnifi Â¬ Out Rich I feel like a new woman When I commenced and two of Man-a-li- n cent type of the Kentucky woman I could hardly walk across my room now I am dolnc my own taklni Mrs Jennie Mooiman of Owensboro I shall novcr ccaso to thank you for prescrib Â¬ A Olorlous Harvest for Breckenrldge work and can walk to church has long been Identified with the Feder- Â¬ ing for me I had been under the treatment of two doctors but never received Farmers any benefit until I commenced taking your medicine I wish every woman ation of Clubs and has just returned who was suffering as I was would send for ono of your books May God bless from the national convention at Dauver you and sparo you many years to relieve women who are suffering as I was Reports from all parts of the county of rare ability and hor She is an artist Fifty thousand women will bo counselled and prescribed for this year free of studies from naturo demonstrate that show a very extensive Increase in the charge by Dr nartman president of the Surgical Ilotel Columbus O All she lias that warm sympathy that is as Â¬ wheat yield to the acre over last yoar women suffering from any disease of the mucous membrane or any of the In tho Hardlnsburg neighborhood W sociated with a loye for the beautiful peculiar ills of women may write to him and the letters will receive his personal attention Write for special question blank for women She has planned to spend a few weeks S and M O DeJornetto have threshed at Tar Springs and as a result of her so- 3000 bushels of wheat from fioir 200 journ there she will perpetuate on can- acre wheat field They have thirty acres PERSONAL MENTION vass all the charms and beauties of that of burley that Is in splendid condition W K Withors has raised 1000 bushels spot romantic Charlie ltyan went to Tell City Mon- Â¬ of wheat on his place near Kirk this day year and reports corn in fine shape PROGRAM Miss Mary Jarboe has returned from James W Miller has 40 acres of wheat Convention at that yielded 800 bushols Of District Association Glendeaue John McCarthy city ticket agent for How a Woman Became an In Bewleyvllle Miss Marlon Bowmer is visiting friends the L II and St L II It at Louisville at Owensboro voluntary Bigamist The following is the program of the Is a farmer as well as a hustling railroad J D Babbage and Ed Goodnight went District Association to be held at Bew- Â¬ man Ho bad 47 acres planted in wheat to Kirk Saturday leyvllle Ky instead of Irvington Ky on his Spottsville farm and succeeded in Reckless Prank of a Famous Guerrilla Judge Wm Ahl of Hardlnsburg was Chieftain as was formerly announced Thursday raising 1270 bushols of grain Bill Kin in the city Thursday neighbor had in 100 acres that Aug 11 1898 Bey his Devotional exercises 10 a m Mies Lucy Jolly of Sample Is visiting threshed out 3051 bushels An Exciting War time Episode In Miss Mary Blantord Welcome Addreii Mrs Gus Gibson Hancock County B Herndon Respome J MURE TAXES Soig Mrs Geer of Colllnsville III is the reasons for praising God lor A few voluntary guest of her sister Mrs Wm Smart In looking over some old records in the good of any Sunday school work Price of Marrying Increased by the Charles Moorman returned from a the Hancock county clerks office the School Reports War Recess ior lunch other day a marriage bond was discover- Â¬ business trip to Henderson Thursday sP m ed that recalled the reckless deeds that Mrs J P Ditzenbauch and son J P Fssay The duty of Primary Teachers It is not generally known that the war made Isaiah Colter the guerrilla chief Jr returned yesterday from Cannelton Watllngton Mrs Mollle has increased the cost of marrying but a terror to borderers in this state and Mips Katie Finch of Evergreen Ala Who sect the Sunday school work benefit C n Coleman G W Beard Buch is a fact and the love sick swain Indiana during tho late war is the guest of Mr and Mrs It N Hudwho procures a marriage certificate these Sopj Tho bond held Colter in the sum of son Sim Payne days has to ante up 275 fifty cents of How can the work be advanced 100 to marry Mrs EmmaFulkerson and etc of Superintendent Duties qualifications Mrs James Mattingly Is visiting the goes into the stamp that he affixes Will II Davidson captain O S A was WHCain Jr which family of Mr James Larkin at Hawes Â¬ to the document Other war taxes are surety Rev S the Sunday school The Bible in ville imposed on legal papers For instance T Keliey The bond was issued January 111805 Music you must pay 50 cents on all deeds for and the following indorsement was writMr Stanley George of Cannelton Dr Stlth Parks from 100 to 500 and for every fraction- Â¬ Speech spent Sunday in this city the guc st of ten on the margin of the instrument Miss Emma Kurtx Essay al part over that amount 60 cents more This bond and the licenso were ob- Â¬ friends How shall we hold the Interest oi young into the national tained by force of arms Mrs W J 1iggot must be poured men and women Miss Ethel Benham of Big Bend Ky Election of officers treasury Each piper must be stamped is visiting her uncle and aunt Mr and J B MA88M0RE D C All Sunday school secretaries who before It ran be recorded Mrs J A Barry E E Patjc Clerk have not already done so will please Attached to the bond also was a cer- Â¬ Mr and Mrs S D Lloyd and infant Â¬ have their report ready for the ConvenON A MOVINd TRAIN tificate in a womans handwriting which son of Columbus Ohio are tho guests tion Change of 8unday echool workers lead as follows of Mrs F H Sawyer Tjios J Jolly are expected I do hereby certify that I givo my Lieutenant Colonel Murray Sworn Miss Elizabeth Skillman and her guest President full consent to Isaiah Colter to procure Miss Lucy McGavock visited friends at Into Uncle Sams Service license to marry me this eleventh day of Hawesville Monday A Rising Young Man January 18G5 Wade Witt who has been the guest of Mr Allen Stlth of Meade countywhg VtilUeJie was on his way to Frankfort Mrs Emma Fulkkkson Mr and Mrs Julius Nolto has returned Wednesday LieutenftttiJioioneiwaviu isjittendinfcJJyiTej Will II Davidson to his home at Kosetta In sessioat Hardlnsburg is a young R Murray was sworn intoitBS BOH1 ittfi- Capt O S A Attest Judge J R Skillman Mayor Barry man of sterling qualities and is fast the United States by Major Ballance trie thl8 The Incidouta cornieTtetlwit1 It N Hudson went to Hardlnsburg an experienced army mustering officer The ceremony becoming recognized as He resides in Guston and to a was performed on a moving train and devil recklessness that characterizStk Mnday on legal business tutor reporter said that in and around was probably the only incident of the iBaiah Colter when hie star as a guerilla Mr and Mrs J D Hambleton of Nkws Sllenderson are visiting Mrs Marian that locality cattle were plentiful and kind that has taken place since the pre- Â¬ chieftain was In the ascendant Mrs Inllolni In tl everyone seemed to be on the verge of sent war began Fulkerson the woman in the caso was tiaiKWHvyji prosperity Car loads of cattle were tho wife of the captain of a United States The Misses Alllene Murray and Anna At the Point or Death daily shipped to the Louisville market gunboat stationed on tho Ohio river at Hambleton aro the guests of Mrs Geo and fair prices are being realized Mr Anderson Wood an old and high- Â¬ Hawesville Colter hated the Union Bentley at Hawesville ly respected citizen of tlardinsburg is soldiers as he hated rattlosuakes and George Wilson a popular Hawesville Wheat Sells For 73 Cents lying at the point of death He has thought no trick too mean to play upon and wife of Holts Dot reached the ripe old age of 80 His ill Â¬ them He had an especial antipathy young man was the guest of Miss Alliens Green Board Gieen is ness is due to the giving away of bis against Fulkerson and wishing to inflict Murray Thursday evening torn were in town Saturday Professor J II B Logan of Breckenof that localitys most prosperous constitution and the end is feared at any the refinement of cruelty upon one the latter colored men His crop of wheat yielded moment Mr Wood for many years he deyised the wild scheme of stealing rldge Normal College of Hardlnsburg something near 700 bushels and be was was engaged in the coopor business at Fulkersons wife and marrying hor In was in the city Wednesday one of the fortunates ones to sell before that place He won the confidence and accordance with his plaus he came to Miss Blanche Iotterof Bowling Green the fall He got 7i cents per bushel respect of all and his friends are legion Hawesville early in the morning of Jan- Â¬ was entertained by Mr and Mrs Cbas He is related to George Henry and uary 11 1805 He laid in wait for Mrs Skillman Friday evening citizens of Fulkerson and when she came up town fJood Yield of Wheat Anderson Hook Mrs Ulrich Farber who has been vis- Â¬ to do some shopping Colter who was iting Mr and Mrs Hawkins returned Charles Rodgers of the Tar Fork that town Mr accompanied by Capt Davidson leveled home last week and is quite ill vicinity was in town Saturday He and Splendid Sermon a revolver at the woman and compelled Master J D Babbage Jr left Tuesday his brother John have finished thresh Â¬ A large congregation assembled at the her to write the certificate as reproduced for Meade county ing wheat and from 10 acres they re He will spend a ceived an yield of 170 bushels They Baptist church Sunday and listened to above He also forced hurtoarcompany week with relatives in the county are enthusiastic and industrious farmers the patriotic services Brother Rutledge him to the court house where the de- Â¬ Miss Lula Nicholas after a most pleas- Â¬ He said he would double the acreage this delivered a splendid sermon that was in Â¬ puty county clerK was intimidated and ant stay with Mrs Cora Rendfrow at stinct with a love of country and breath Â¬ by the moral suasion of a pistol leveled Sulphur Wells has year returned home ed of patriotic duty The sentiments at his head induced to issue the mar Â¬ Arch Smith of Owensboro was the The guerilla chieftain expressed were timely and were heartily riage license A Oood Thing then escorted Mrs Fulkerson to the guest of Miss Mary Moorman Sunday appreciated by the congregation Thomas Arnold who Is now a soldier home of ltev Hardin Ellis where in returning on the sweethearts express arrived in the city Saturday evening on Mr and Mrs John Neubeaur and the presence of Capt Davidson she a weeks furlough from Camp II O became au involuntary bigamist The little daughter Estell speut several days Corbiu at Lexington Tom is regimental woman was forced to accompany Colter last week in Owensboro the guest of rel- Â¬ barber for the Fourth Kentucky volun- Â¬ 011 all his reckless raids througu north Â¬ atives teers and his detail is a sine cure He ern Kentucky aud during the three MIbs Sadla Birk one of Uwonsboros already has a large trade established weeks following the marriage she had most attractive young ladles will arrive many exciting adventures and narrow next week to visit her cousin Miss Mary New Post Office escapes toltt r was tilled in a skirmish Moorman Breckenrldge couuty id one post office iu Laruo rniinly three weeks afterward Mr J B Rice and his beautiful little better off this year than it was last The If so we and Mrs Fulkerson returned to her law- daughter Winnie from Tar Ford were through the winter authorities have established a new post ful husband are sure It quieted your cough iu tho city Monday He reports things office at Planters about three mil s from healed the rawness In your booming out Ids way Kirk and the patrons have the benefit Dont Stop Him throat Increased your weight Miss Luella Martin a charming youug of bi weekly malls gave you more color and made He has a bad attack of colic and Is lady from who has every way jnaklrig fur A It Fisher Cloverport It visiting the Greenville Mayor Barrybeen you feel better In Sure Enough Hustler re- Â¬ family of A tfuellroau Stephensport Gordon your cough has iiaynes Pateeville E A turned home Friday J W Fate of MiQuady has dona a But perhaps Wilts liar come back again or you are get dinsburg drug store after a bottle of phenomenal trade in binders this year Miss Allen Baxter one of Indianapo- Â¬ ling a little thin and pale Foleys Colic Cure 25c He has sold JO machines and of this lis handsome daughters has arrived in continue the Then why not DELIGHTFUL PCNIC number two were sold after harvest was the city and will be the guest of her sis helpful remedy right oyer It js impossible to head a good same tjr Mrs Geo Greor It will do through the summer man off Mrs Dr James T Owen left Friday you as much good as when the Splendid Time Enjoyed by Sunday Sens over land for Glendeane She goes to SoNftlars weather Is cold A Hsutebeid Ward visit relatives and friends and will be Its persistent use will certainly Manager A O Crf of The Fair made abtont for several weeks you a Dcncr appetite aim The Methodist Sunday School of this aa extensive advertising trip through give Mlaa Mary Moorman who has been city gave a picnic to its scholars their the county last wei k covering about 100 stronger digestion It will cure your parents and friends at Tar Springs visiting relatives and friends at Glen The Fair is truly a miles of territory weak throat and heal deaue tor the past three months retard Â¬ Thumlay of last week houeholU word la Breckenrldge bow your Inflamed lungs Ma or Barry doatd the du of lare ed home last Wednesday It will cure every case WW Sfrrlftt passenger wsgon to convey the gHests to Mis Glen Hardaway and little daugh Â¬ f consumption when tho Short Line depot where a train was ter Alllene and Mm John Galloway The HepqMicaM of Beckerld possiwki curt in reuJIuvM for the plcata About ohs and little son Leonard are gtutte at the eooHtyawK bohl a roses wiwitug at a TYvn isKi noraiiaHtvt tawdred and fifty penes enjoyed the Galloway Hetel Mite week 30 at 1 HardiMtHtr gUrday ttkq something tbey say l Jut day A apUdId piwta lUaner was tv sefeot delegates at the KfMiU ydoekto Ojwm flwBtltw wko has beea Joeated d awi those w4a rtook of Uwt repast in njvMoville lad for the at four lloaa Conpr alooal OonyejtfUm to be 0djMtfMM fed nmmsUm Mine to the city Saturday bM He siafcfefc IIb 111 ALap 1s1Bh1 n AMILIAR womans future Found at Last Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pc-ru-- Heel Protector I No searchlight GLOWING That Protects necessary to discover the evidence of merit Once the perfected Circlettes are put in the heel it will stay Saves your heels Will make them wear well Next time you need a pair of Shoes get them from us No charge for putting in the protectors Try us Youll be pleased REPORTS Â¬ Pc-ru-- Pe-ru-- Â¬ Â¬ MARRIED TWO MEN SULZERS was enroute Â¬ SVnSSV - y to Mattingly to visit his QUARTERLY REPORT OP THE mother Wm Boardmanltlcket Â¬ agent for the L BANK was in tho BRECKINRIDGE O railroad at Henderson city Sunday and was entertained by a CLOVERPORT KY number of newly made friends Mrs Robert J Barry wife of Foreman At the close of business on the 30th day of June 189S Barry of the News office has arrived in city from Portsmouth Ohio and will this will make this her future home RESOURCES Benedict Beavin accompanied by his Loans and discounts less loans to directors two children came up from Hawesville 7Ji9 43 10990 yesterday The children are now visit Â¬ Loans to officers Overdralts unsecured 79 J ing their grandmother at Balltown Due from National banks 35166 9a Â¬ TEACHERS INSTITUTE Attracts Brilliant People to the County Seat Will Be Due Irom state banksandoank ers 3109061 7525753 Ilanklnc house and lot Other rest estate U S Bonds Other stocks and bonds Specie Currency Furniture and Ilxtures Debts in suit 300000 1150000 losoaoo 30Sa67j 1700000 931700 16317 00 100000 14 5 a Most Profitable anil Successful LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash Surplus fund Undivided profit viz t Duedcpositoriaslollows Deposits subject to chi ck on which Inttrest Is not paid 8570775 Time certificates of deposit on which interest is paid 9j8Xmi 376l3 49100x0 1000000 Affair jSl5 The County Teachers Institute con- Â¬ vened at Hardlnsburg last Monday with Superintendent Driskel as the chair 17051116 Profs Thomas of Elizabethtown and Burton of Brandenburg aro acting as Unpaid Dividends 1804 00 663 77 conductors There are a large number Fund to pay taxes of teachers present and the program for 13766345 the weeks work is an interesting one State or Kentucv J ss There will be a number of instructive County oi llreckinridpH A H Sklllmkn cashier of IlreckinridRe Bank a addresses during the week On Wednes bank located and doing buklneo at No Wall street day night the Commencement exercises In the city ol Cloverport in said county being duly of the BreckenridajtaNornial college will sworn says that the foregoing report is in all re Jt TTn will nrail- - spectsatrue statement of the condition of the said Mr Harold UeHTflSii take bank at the close of business on the 30th day of Â¬ 1 UnkU IU kill DCIUUMUU UtJJJttlllUCUl P thero will be a presentation of the di plomas by the President Mrs Withers has arranged some choice music for the occasion Splendid Flour June muu 1898 to the best of his knowledge and belief of laid bankhas ItJUiejIhjUiMfeUMgUubtislnesa Â¬ well-to-d- o The Bates Milling Company at Mc- Â¬ Quady is turning out a splendid grade of flour It mixes well and makes a white delicious biscuit and light bread that cannot be beat An experienced cook in this city who has tried the flour is loud in her praise of its excellence The News extends thanks to the milling company for a sample sack of their pro- Â¬ duct been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere j and that the above report is made In compliance with an official notice received from the becrctary of State designating the 30th day of June 1S9S as the day on which such report Uiall be made A II Skillman Cashier W II riowuia Directors Skillman ittiit u wm k HHHHBSHIBBB lT VNDJIuy J Suqscribed and sworn to bebie me by A II Skillman cashier the 5th day of July i898 ClIAS II SULLMAN N 1 11 C Commission expires Jan 16 1900 QUARTERLY REPORT OP TUB BANK OF HARDINSBURG Went to the Circus The Steamer City of Cloverport with IIARDlNSBURd KY old glory floating from1 her jackstafl conveyed a laruo party of excursionists to Tell City Monday LaPearls circus At the close of business on the SOth day of June 1808 being the attraction The trip was au enjoyable one DeWltts Little Early Risers Th famou niisouitCKS Loans and discounts lets loans to directors Loans to directors officers not included Overdrafts unsecured Due from National banka 4615111 Hanking house and lot Other real estate Other stocks and bonds Exchanges for clearings Furniture and fixtures Expenses last six mouths 95390 s 1000 1034 4615111 little pills Did You Tako gpeisxsxs Swiss Cheese Emulsion Scotts 3000 615 Dried Beef Boiled Ham Canned Meats 304J61S 10311 8i 1000 4M5 lito585 o9 LIABILITIES Capital stock p4id in In cash Undivided profits Deposits subject to check Ion wlilih Interest Is not paid 74144 36 Tim certificates of decosltt on which Interest Is paid SS44757 2Sooo 7 6 Fresh Eatables of ever 87693 9J kind STAT0 KiNTlCIU 19338509 1 CITY BAKERY littattnntumetiiaeMtl County ol llreckrnridge J I K Beard President Bank of Hardlnsburg a bank loc Ud and doing business in tin city of liar dinsburg bi said county being duly sworn says thitlhe foregoing report it In all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close of busiccss on tho 30th day of June 1898 o the best nfhta knowledge and belief j and further says that the business ol said bank has been trans nciedatthe Incation mined and not elsewhere and that the above report la made In compliance with an official notice received Iron the Secretary ofStat designating thajoth day ol June 1898 as the day on which luch report sliaU be made M Y Bkard rreslJeat W iu M ham I Director U VV Biarp J Subscribed and aworn to bolbro ove by K K Jseard tho 4k Jay of Joly 18M KlAHK JtOAM N P C MBlrit with swatt He-aMfcyjfetaeaw Moans KtKEicai Jl Aart Myiiiiija ttim I j5ifcri Ajj bTJll hf 6 Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JUL 20 1898 THK BKJSLeKBLNRIEXaK HARDINSBURG Items of the Institute but lie hflfl not been out ol school teaching very long and la simply FAIR SKIN NJBlWS 03UOVKRIORF- - KY CAKE How They 3TEPHEN8PORT OF OIL LAMPS lABYS SMOOTH A Gratoful Mother Writes this Lattar Tollt all about Har Troubles whan Baby Broke out with Scrofula 8orei At tho ngo of two months my baby began to liavo sores break out on bis right cheek Wo used all the external apÂ¬ plications that wo could think or hear of to no avail The sores spread all over ono side of his face Wo consulted a physi- Â¬ cian and tried his medicine and In a week the soro was gono But to my surprise In two weeks more another scrofulous look ing sore appeared on babys arm It grow worso and wono and whon be was three months old I began giving him I also took Hoods Hoods Sarsnparllla Banaparllla and before the first bottle was finished tho sores were well and have Ho is now fouryearsold never returned but ho has never had any sign of thoso scrofulous sores since he was cured by Hoods Barsaparilla for which I feel very grateful My boy owes his good health and smooth fair skin to this great med- Â¬ Mns 8 8 WnoTKN Farming icine Get only Hoods ton Delaware wm Interest From the County Seat Matters of a Local and Personal Nature WITH THE SPICE OF VARIETY Burrel Beard is at home for a few days A J Gross of Holt was in town last Saturday ilie public school will open hero August 8 The school teachers aro in the town this week See those sewing machines offered by T C Lewis Miss Ellen Stlth was elected Secretary of the Institute Miss Bandy of Irvington is visiting Miss Ella Hook Tom Bowmer of Louisville is here visiting his mother Congressman Smith is billed to speak at Custer August V Chintz Royalty has rented Mai cub Kincheloes farm Dr Ben Harned thinks he will move his family to this place Miss Kattie Glasscock of McDaniels is visiting here tide week Frank Mercer has gone to Cincinnati on the hunt of a position Miss Mary Mooreman of Glendeane Ib the guest of Miss Irene Board Henry Harned has two children who have been quite ill for sometime Mrs Ed Beard of Louisville is here visiting her father Major Horace Scott Miss Maud Smith of Sturgis is here this week visiting friends and relatives MisseB Leona and Anette Tichnor are the guests this week of Miss Bessie Beard Miss Jincie Hestou returned home Monday accompanied by Miss Blanche rlOOUS HlllS are prompt efficient nml emy In effect ascents BRECKENRIDGE BRAINS Gathered at the County Insti tute Theres a Hot Time nt the Old Town HARDINSBURG IN HER GLORY This week the brains of the county are gathered at Hardinsburg for one week Hardinsburg bears the reputation of being a center of education This occa- Â¬ sion Is the annual assemblage of all the teachers from every point in the county It is known as the County Teachers Institute and the body convened In the court house Monday with Supt Andrew Claycomb Driskell presiding The first business Guy Meador Miss Zslma Strother and of importance was the election of a Mattie Christian are the guests oi Miss Â¬ secretary There were several contestants but finally it dwindled down to Irene Board Miss Mary McMeador is the guest this Miss Mary Moorman of Glendeane Ky Miss Stlth week of Misses Annie DeJernette and Ellen Stith of Hardinsburg was unanimously elected on the first Mary L Smith The commencement exercises of the vote After a few appropriate remarks from B N College will be held at tho court the Superintendent the enrolling of the house to night members commenced They have with Morris Beard cashier of the Bank of them Profs A C Burton of BrandenHardinsburg will return home about the burg and A K Thomas of Elizabeth first of September town They are men of high intellectual Always bear in mind that 0 Lewis qualities thoroughly versed In their is the only experienced jeweler when it work and are good conscientious men comes to repair work Before tho body Monday they distin Â¬ Ice cream supper at the court house guished themselves as men possessed The program to night just after the close of the com Â¬ of oratorical abilities throughout is indeed instructive as well mencement exercises Prof Thomas and wife of Elizabeth as interesting and the week will no doubt be beneficial to all who may at- Â¬ town arrived last Saturday and aro the tend There are something near 120 guests of Miss Fannie Smith teachers in attendance The new store Green Flag which The ladies are prominent and many opens here about August 1st will run a bright countenances are to bo seen delivery wagon to all parts of town They mingle together and act as though The Pierce residence at Cloverport was they were one body of brothers and sisÂ¬ not sold at the court house last Monday ters One of the teachers was over- Â¬ on account ol some errors in the records heard to remark that the institute was The whole county is not complete that to his knowledge it about the cheapness of in an uproar such a high was the first meeting strictly void of quality sewing machine as shown by T book agents and afterwards said that the 1CQV f GUUCDUAIi bU V VI IUl C Lewis t WQE Bbeckenhidoe Nkws was better repre- Â¬ truly a happy affair and their Clover Huller Save your second crop e sented than ever before mother wil deserves tho th of all -- uks Hardinsburg will display her colors of clover for seed and have it hulled V 1 TWi e4femrrpeinal feature ot the occa- Â¬ this week Hnd the old town will treat withi BaJ u uriusoii sion was a picture gallery of the Amerit rank amr the gathering of so many intellectual jjujj er can heroes for the children to name people to a royai lime someiniP Tim Harman Georgo Gray and Mil- The patriotic was uppermost and Old Is boVol a vcur every nignt in me ton Coke were appointed a committee to Glory received especial attention both evening numerous swell turn outs can prepare the program of exercises for for decoration and song be seen driving out the different high Â¬ each day of the Institute We make our best Hail to Hawaii Miss Blanche Moseley accompanied by bow to this our new territory and its ways The young men from that section of this and Meade county are known to Master Palmer Lewis of Stephensport With our country right or wrong were here last Saturday the guests of the Philippines will soon come Cuba have elegant rigs While speaking to one of the teachers Mrs Owen Cunningham the Ladrones and the Carollnesand then who has been out of the association for The teachers who are attending the we will march on to China and in time the past year or two but who is taking Institute this week should feel quite encircle the globe Hurrah for the I fortunate in having to instruct them two Anglo Saxon I care of a lucrative official office said Golden Rod am well pleased to note that the institute such able scholars as Profs Thomas and is getting better every year by twenty Burton Uowto Prepare Hamburg- - Salad five per cent the members are fast Bent ono egg until well mixed add of Constantino is here Sidney Hall becoming more enthused in their work this week He is not now a member of threo tablespoonfuls of water throo ta E0B blespooufuls of tarragon vinegar ono half of a tcuspoouful of whito popper SAND CAVE FLAT aud u quarter of a teaspoouful of dry mustard Drop iuto this two tablespoonShowers fuls of butter and stir over hot water until thick and smooth Pour this while Crgsjvery good hot over ouo quart of shaved white cab- Â¬ Wheat above the averaze bage aud mix thoroughly When cold Miss Florence Claycomb of Owens sprinkle over it ouo teaspoouful of ouiou boro is visiting her grandparent Mr ouo dessertspoonful of horso rad Â¬ It is absolutely useless to expect a juiceouo half of u cupful of grated smok and Mrs A Claycomb cancer or ish surgical operation to euro Tho cruelty ed beef and ono cupful of cooked or Mrs Foster McKanghan who has been any other blood disease canned shrimps out into small bits comfined to her bed for two weeks with of such treatment is Illustrated in the Mix stand away for an hour and serve alarming number of deaths which re- Â¬ Is slowly improving neuralgia sult from it Tho disease is in tho How to Keep Ilaoon Mr June Haynes and Miss Zelma Lay blood and hence can not bo cut out times out When this useful breakfast commodi- Â¬ were the guests of Misses Maude Smith Nine only hastensof ten tho surgeons death knife ty is purchased in bulk in which con- Â¬ and Ida Jarrett Sunday evening malignant Cancer for My both cheaper are both threshing which son had a moat au operation was the dition it is obtained stored iu tubs and Styles and Shellman the doctors said full better it should bo Two onljr uopp Tneoper wheat in this neighborhood of sawdust nnd tho tubs bo placed in a allon wan a severe one as It was neces machines in a half nille of each other cool dry cornor of tho Btororoom When sary to cut down to cooked this bacon will bo found to Smith of Sturgis Ky Miss Maude the Jawbone and sCrape It Jlefore a havo a very pleasant and distinctive was the guest of her cousins Ida and great while the Canflavor and lie last Saturday and Sun Â¬ cer returned rapidly Johnnie Jairett Kan to grow We K him many day now to Make Clam Soup remedies without re Messrs Herman Lay and John W Simmer a dozen clams for IS minutes lief and llnallr a in their own liquor Squeeze each ouo Jarrett Jr went to Hardinsburg last upon the advice ofto friend drolded ia a lemon squoozer until all tho julco Monday to attend the Teachers Insti Â¬ try S 8 8 Swlfln Specific and wltlu Into a pint and a has been extracted tute th umnd ttnttln h began to Improve After twenty bottles had half of boiling milk stir a tablespoonful Mr Crafton Cashinau and slater Mits been taken the Cancer disappeared entirely of butter and flour smoothly mix cured The cure wg permanent each and Ollle and Mr Albert McKanghan were one he was is now seventeen yearsaold and has ed together Stir until it boils add tho for he to re disease tho guests of Miss Joey McKanghan last never had a sign of the dreadful Musdoch clam juice stir woll again and romovo iN- turn to tho back of tho range Add half a Sunday Snodgraas 8t Dallas Texas teaspoouful of salt and a half saltspoon Â¬ Brandenburg correspondent has sug Â¬ Absolutely the only hope for Cancer ful of whito pepper Just before serv Â¬ gested ton best poems and let us hear is Swifts Specific ing stir iu a beaten egg mixing it first from others To my mind Maud Muller with a littlo of tho hot soup should be left out of the number I How to Make Iopcorn Pudding have not selected teu best but wish to A teacup of popcorn made fine ia a call attention to Longfellows Coplaa Ie is the only remedy which goes uortar two eggs well beaten a plat of Manrique from the Spanish The fol Â¬ M it to tho very bottom of the blood and milk a half cup sugar Salt to taste Â¬ lowing quotation will show how inter forces out every trace of tho disease 8 S 8 k guaranteed purely vegetable esting it Is at the present time and contain ho peUsh mercury or the great Spains hauihty Coouabl And gallant roasier cruel fat other mineral tlltfkMYMiNMMMftfeiiit nun ol Slrlpid Books on Cancer will be mailed free Hrcsthe not a whisper ol Me pride to any address by the Swift Specific Me on the gloomy scaffold d fed Qe Atlanta Ga l Ignoble IaH I mingling with tils old friends and taking Mrs M Blaine wont to Louisville notes Thursday One of the greatest comforts In house Â¬ J B Biggs is home for a fow days visit keeping in a light runu t machine to his family You arc insisted upon to en I m thor- Â¬ Laws Hook and J Cox of Hardins oughly examine those m d ly T V burg wero in town Sunday Lewis Carlt Richardson was in town Friday An actual necessity to the equip ten of urnlahing a house and that is a circulating among old friends Lewis Stiles of Cloverport was in machine To have one that runs easily and doesnt get out of repair Thats the town Sunday the guest of 0 C Lewis Tho Mioses Keane of Louisville are kind sold by T 0 Lewis guests at the Smith llouso for a few days BEWLEYVILLE L B McOubbina came up from Clo- Â¬ verport to spend Sunday with his par- Â¬ We have black berries in store now ents Ella Triplett is quite sick with typhoid M Blaine has beautified his residence on Main street by giving it a new coat fever The Post calls Hawaii our sister in of paint black Miss Lyon of Irvington was the Hubert Plggott is a guest of relatives guest of her cousin MIbb Eula Payne at Hardinsburg last week Maude Johnson has been ill for the Little MIbb Cecil Dlx of Roberts Bot Â¬ tom is the guest of her aunt Mrs R A last three weeks Weather warm and dry with slight Shellman appearance of rain Miss Maude Smith of Sturitls Ky 1b Mrs Eliza Jolly has returned to her visiting her cousin Miss Ida Jarrett home at Hardinsburg this week Miss Lena Dmry has gone to be the Mrs Dr Vaughn of Louisville is guest ol Mrs Frakes at Brandenburg spending the summer witli ht r son Mr Kate Stith visited Alberta Drury Fan Â¬ R W Vaughn MIbb Georgia McCubblns went to Har-Â¬ nie Hardaway and Bovie Cain last week Mrs Beasley and daughter wore guests dinsburg Monday to visit her sister Mrs of Mrs C D Hardaway several days last Godfrey Haswell wcok W C Blaine came up from Patesvllle Mrs R B McGlothlan for tho present Sunday and was the guest of his parents is stopping with her parents at this Mr and Mrs M Blaine R A Shellman has greatly Improved place Mrs Pomp McCoy is seriously ill Her the appearance of his drug store by recovery is very doubtful but her many papering and painting friends hope for the best Miss Emma Mosely will leave shortly Tom and Wathen Drury have been on for Southern Texas where she will teach a visit to their grandparents Mr and a ten months term of school Mrs Alonzo Moorman Brandenburg The public school white begins at Our school trustees are cooking em a this place the 8th of August with Prof Crabbe It takes quite a lot of stirring Eugene Gilliland in charge but the job will probably be done in Mrs Hebble Robertson returned from another week Hawesvllle Friday where she has been haye e Mrs Tom Ditto and children visiting her brother Ed Braahear turned to their home in Louisville Mrs Miss Emma Pcrrigo came in from as eyer and Ditto is as pretty and sweet Texas last week to be with her mother quite a favorite at her old home That little ill natured thing you are Mrs Kate Perrigo who is very ill at this planning to do to your neighbor will writing Dr J T Milner and sister Miss Mat Bhrlyel your own soul and the Bible says His mischief shall return upon his own tie came over from Union Star to attend the ice cream supper at the city hall head Bro Walton passed through our com- Â¬ Friday night Mrs Ohas Watlington returned home munity last Friday to and from Guston His daughters Lizzie and Lida were Wednesday from Eyansville where she returning from a visit to a sister in Hen Â¬ has been ylsiting her parents Capt and Mrs R T Williams derson county The ice cream supper given at the city Bro Walton will begin a aeries of hall by the ladies of the Baptist church meetings in the Methodist church the last of the week Thursday Friday or was a decided success the proceeds Saturday listen for the bell The Bro amounting to 21205 Crops in this locality are exceedingly who helps Is a stranger but we hear good especially wheat and corn and the good reports from Big Spring prospects for a good fall and winter trade The files In our vicinity are all prepar are very flattering to the merchants to migrate Mr J H Vetter is screening Messrs L B McCubblns Herman our houses and he does his work so well Lay John Jarrett Jr and Misses Ada as to leave them no quarter whatever and theres nothing else left to them and Myra Hanks went to Hardinsburg Mr Vetter does all his work in first class Monday to attend Teachers County Institute style and is a veteran carpenter Rev Will English of Rich Hill Mo I read a letter the other day recently will preach in the Baptist church at this received by Mrs T P Hardaway from her son Hunter of Poplar Mont it was place the 5th Sunday in this month written on Birch wood hark Hunter Will is a home boy and his friends will had just returned from a 100 mile trip to gladly welcome him in his old hbme the west of Poplar is well and getting church on generally It will soon be time for REPORTER Sn him to give us another surprise Ubli Hubert and Joe Piggott entertained quite a number of their friends ran Fouy Mulcted of the Mould He Handled to Seenr A Good Light It is not necessary to enlarge upon tho discomforts caused by a lamp that Is irregularly filled nnd Improperly enrol for Such a lamp redolent of tho fumes of kcrosono Is a most unpleasant and unwholosonio object Good lamps aro cheap and thoro 1b no oxouso for using a poor ono It is generally con coded that tho Boftnoss of lamplight is much greater than that of gas or elec Â¬ tricity Tho lamp has now an establish- Â¬ ed placo on tho library tablo oven in houses lighted by olootricity or gas whllo it is certainly tho general depend ence of country houses Tho most ossontial thing in securing a good light from a lamp is oloanllnoes Keep tho oil in a oloeo can or buokot whero dust cannot roach it Keep the founts of tho lamp and all parts of tho tubes that hold the wicks as woll as tho burners clean A stiff little brush nbundanco of oloan cloths kept for tho purpose and a bottlo of alcohol should bo on hand to clean lamps A fow drop of alcohol is hotter than water and soap for brightening tho chimnoys and removing tho oily soot that accumulates on thorn and around tho burners Polish tho chimney with a soft cotton cloth Brash tho burner and all parts of the lamp free from bits of wick and dust Wlpo nil crevices and do not tolorate any lamp which contains convolutions of metal or porcelain that cannot bo properly and easily cleaned out Korb sono oil even of tho best quality is all penetrating It forms n film oven on tho outsido of motal founts This must bo daily removed Tho best way to trim a lamp wick as every ono now knows is to remove only tho charred portion of it without using tho scissors If this is done there will bo no danger of tho wick being nnoven Lamps in regular uso should havo tho oharred part of tho wiok removed at least throo timos a woek All lamps should bo wiped off and filled daily No burners should bo allowed to become in crusted with dust and oil and thoy will not got in this condition if thoy aro at- Â¬ tended to every day Tho best way of putting out a lamp or oil stovo is to turn tho wick down until it shows only a blno flamo when this flamo will flicker a short timo and finally go out By this process ono avoids tho unpleasant odor which ac Â¬ companies tho blowing out of a lamp This odor is caused by a gas which is consumed whon tho lamp is turned down to a bluo flamo and allowed to go out by itself Now York Tribune Â¬ A Housekeepers Talk Along tne line of cooking materials is generally all right They talk from experience not hearsay i -- fl When You Hear the Expression Heston Willis is a Good Place f I to I I I I I Buy Groceries From an experienced housekeeper you may be convinced that you will al ways find a select variety of good clean fresh Groceries in stook and that our prices are right too I i Â¬ I I I I v Heston Willis SEND US Co I 1 30 TAGS X Owensboro Greenville And 5 Cents in Postage and we will mail you How to Make Jelly Boys Sift 2 tablospoonfuls of yellow corn meal two tablespooufuls of white flour n tablespoonful of sugar a saltspoonful salt and a tcospoonful of baking pow- Â¬ der Beat an egg and add to tho dry mixture with enough milk to mako a drop batter Stir in a teaspoon ful of Beat woll and drop molted butter small spoonfuls into boiling lard cook- Â¬ ing carefully Eat with sirup How to Make Court bouillon This is a favorite creolo way of cook Â¬ ing fish Rcdflsh or rod snapper makes tho best court bouillon though any large fish with firm flesh may bo used Brown a tcospoonful of flour in ono spoonful of lard Whon well browned add ono small chopped onion and about two tablospoonfuls of tomatoes Then put in your fish out in slices and add sufficient water to cover tho fish which quantity is generally a tcacupful Sim- Â¬ mer slowly for about one half hour Ten minutes before serving add parsley thyme- and bay leaves Season to taste when first you bogin to cook flip fish A Nice Gap FREE NO ADVERTISEMENT ON IT This Offer Ceases September 1st 1898 Sono crooe fejjf whllo cooking 1 aroii u frrA2mym wvwvvwvwvwg Trade Edor serret Can You Miss JJ LEADINGS Sum of 250 C This Opportunity To Save Money o OWE R O NS Mark I Â¬ It was rumored to day on the street that Clarence Sterrett of Hawesvllle was robbed of 260 If the report Ib true it is nothing more than retributive GREENVILLE TOBACCO Â¬ 1 justice getting in its work The Kentucky editor who carries 2 50 Wo want to close out tho stock of on his person at one time tempts a mer- Â¬ ciful providence Clothing we havo on hands to make Ten to one ii Clarence was robbed the room for our Fall Goods and to do burglar did not have to resort to the use this we have inaugurated a of chloroforn to do the job OF THE WORLD Â¬ DEKK 250000 CURED 20 Per Cent Reduction Gilmore Bros Company INCORPORA TED Sale We Sell 10 Suits for 8 We Sell 8 Suits for 6 We Sell 4 Pants for 2 We Sell 3 Pants for 1 60 Owensboro Kentucky tX The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO Ji ad The Â¬ VECURE EMISSIONS Nothlnir can ba mora demoralitlDC to young or mlddle aioJ men than tho pres Thoy ence of those nightly losses uroduce weakness nervousness a feelina of disgust and a whole train of symptoms Iney unlit o man tor Business mamea No matter lifo aud social happiness vrnetner caused by evil nanus in youtn natural weakness or sexual excesses our Wew Method Treatment will positively euro you Reader von need lielD Early abuse or later exceisoi may have weakened you Kxposurs mar have diseased you You are not rafo till eured Our New Method will cure you You run no risk Cruel Knife Â¬ Points to Remember WE SELL NO CURE NO PAY Straw Hats AT HALF PRICE WE SELL Â¬ Younc Man You are bale feeble and haggard nervous Irritable and ex You become forgetful morose citable and despondent I blotches and pimples uuken eyes wrinkled face stooping form and downcast countenance reveal tho blight of your existence 250000 CURED Â¬ The Hamilton Brown Â¬ SHOES The Best Line in the county Â¬ WECUREWRICOCELE im ur bow long you may have had Â¬ Â¬ No matter how serious Tour case may it ou TliKATMKNT will MM NEW MBTl cure It Iho wnmv Tri JOIal tbelr normal I Condition and hence the reoelvo proper nourish eeiual oral tuent Th rrni teomo vluiuwu si u unnatural ilrLns or lospet mvmwv mulr rowers return lio assu nftruiAnanL hnRt hut a NO lAY ears OIKK NO NO UU11K TION NiiKS8AHY TI0N FUOM UUBINKSS W WE DO Undertaking and carry a full line of Caskets THESE ARE CURES GUARANTEED RVPHIMH i W nl OLKKT KMIBHIONri IMlOXJtNOY NThlUTUKK vakicxh NAIi LOtitifcS HI A 111 u NKY disMMS HOOKH VKKE unahta to tukll writ OUUHA far m OlIKHTION 11LANK tor HOMI CC GTor Blood Thi Points to Remember 1 UMKHr o TOXIXA Kennedys Kergani 122 W FOURTH ST OINOINNATI O rRBt P Sheeran KIRK KY Bro orm6 i m General Merchants tiest and most popular girl will be the BIG SPRING guest of Misers Mary 8witb Anna DeJernette of HardlBsbarg far twa Mies Z tlma Strother Is visiting Irene weeks Board of Hardlnsbuig Clay Moorman who has beeH helping Mrs Ben Clarhson nod daughter Miss Rev Hartford of Vine Grove in a nwet Llllie are in Chicago ing Is at home for a few days day is Born to the wife of Wm Padgett the young in the cause but la very sealoas 10th inat a daughter in his work Guy Meador is visiting relatives and a Sad Beatk friend in Hardinsburg Webster June 8 at 845 oataakUia 80 Uncle Ben Rawllnge colored sge death angel visited the aaaae el Mr and years died last Friday morning Miss Maty Graham of Vine Grove Mrs Sam Bishop and took fraas5 tbem their only son Samuel Frrdriak afsd 4 returned home last Thursday months Weep sot dear father aad Charlie Moorman is attending the mother for little Samuel Is mfa k lite week Institute at Hardinsburg this arms of his father iu Mr Moure of the Baptist Seminary Homo Is not home tor babys aot lUn Anitas have taken him out el out car Louisville Oiled the pulpit at the Baptist Dark U th room and vacant his choir II hat goo to that bone so blelal tt4 Mr church Sunday Dan WatU Miss Woodsing who has been visiting her son W II Doran has gone to Glen ReaabHMa Mat CaavsaWsa dale to visit relatives To the Kpubtlcans ot Bmtarll4 aatr t The Infant daughter of Mr and Mrs There will bamnauconveDtlaaat Uttaawt haul John Miller of Walton died hutatur In Htrdlgbuig Ky on Saturday Jetty 3k OeA at oclock p m o select dclaUe HSfwaeM day after several weeks illness Brae kcnrUga county KtpubUcaa Caaeynn pro loaal Convention of at the4th who is conducting Rev Lister the Ktaay MMttst MchbcatUdtomettoaWihieaViylUasjd traced saeatlBg at the Methodist cbureb ALLIEN K KlNCKSLOt CVja will continue until next Friday then ba CUNT H HOOK Huff will go to Bewleyvllle aBBnaaamaaaaeaaaaveaaaHBaaaaBeaBaaataaaBiVBaeai Misses Llssle and Lydia Walton who have been with their sister Mm Dr Ray of Rose tor the past twa mofttks returned beau but YMj et Mrs Bawwaa ateewt The reside Utne awl Mbalf IIm fren town was Wr ftra Ust fMtMNkjr sight mmmmm Ttw toss was jaHUy twfswMi fcr aasjSasjyMt - Ust4 JVib TJMMtSAm Maty MaMa4o 4 Uw mt4inM7 i ipJ MM Wfe r t J eim aiftaaatisl lttL tfcv teiv 3i