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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m A 1i r T E BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THR NKWS THATS FIT TO PRINT CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 27 thene returns go Into considerable de- Â¬ tail and give very full insight Into the real state of farmers finances They show that trade with the farmers has in- Â¬ creased this year from 10 to 300 par cent over the corresponding seven mouths of last year Only in one or two cases is business reported as less than last yiar and these were for neclnl causes The universal report Is moro business Iu n few cases manufacturers of popular specialties for farmers are inakiig three or four times as many sales as iu recent VOL KX III 1898 NO 2 Royal taakea the food pare H0LD ENOUGH BELATED LOCALS BRIGHT Illvor rising The boats are making good time TfoDelefw and pressed ham Sulrers See our grand line of lace The Fair Turnip seed in bulk for sate by C C Martin Grain Oh try a package takes the place of coffeo Sugars Hon D II Smith will Bpeak CANT SHIRK OBLIGATION Uncle wholcjom and dtllcloat OUTLOOK A Great Year Promised for Farmers Result ot an Iriqulry Into Agrlcul tural Conditions Sams Army and Navy Must Be Increased in the Cries Don Hidalgo McDuff Spain Formally Sues for Peace Through at Custer Destiny Has Taken a Hand Natlona Affairs Leslies WeeMy jk France Long Conference Held Between McKinley and French Ambassadors Before Announce- ment is Made Saturday August Oth For 100 U S bread tags Sulxer will give you a nice plrce of chinaware John Iteudfrow of Narrows spent Sunday in the city most pleasantly Drugs and medicines going at rock bottom prices at Martins pharmacy A D Herons mill on the river has not been in operation for two months Born to the wife of Joe Seymore Fri Â¬ day the 22 a 11 no boy Walking Simons Seymore Mrs Charles B Skillman is visiting her mother Mrs T B Young at Mor Â¬ gut at of relatives Sunday Miss Mannie White arrived home Monday night from Lexington where she has been visiting relatives shipped to the Louisville Gray Washington D C July to the News It is not be Â¬ market byPate steamer Tarascon Sunday the lieved in official circles hero that Watsons fleet will go to Spain 104 head of sbeop and 7 head of cattle Organdies and Lawns at cost The Fair 4 Martindale is the name of a new post Washington D C July 20 Special to the News An active office just established in Hancock county campaign has been planned in which all able Ameriran soldiers are to Squire W T Martin s named as post- Â¬ be organized into a field force to operate around Santiago and capturo master Bmall garrisons In this way tho island will be opened slowly and Rev II 0 Hook will conduct the cautiously without great danger to the soldiers engaged in tho occupa- Â¬ funeral services of Mini Percilla Hart deceased Sunday at Neulan Chapel in tion Hardinsburg u It is said that this years crop of water- Â¬ melons are superior to those of previous Chickamauga Tenn July 26 Special to tho Nows Tho third years While small they are much sweeter in flavor brigade of the first army corps made up in part of tho First and Third Moorman and Mr and Mrs It Kentucky regiments is leaving hore this afternoon for Newport News their charminjr daughter Miss Margaret left Sunday for Henderson They will It is expected they will reach Porto Rico next Tuesday bo absent one week Misses Flora Buckanan and Jennie Sterrett of Evansvllle two of that citys Washington D C July 2G Special totho Nows An inquiry handsome daughters were Miss Mayme today by your correspondent reveals the fact D j Havens guests for several days last in the state department Washington D C July 26 A bulletin gan field Special to tho News When you want something Bure in has just been posted in front of the White House which says Spain New Orleanes molasses try those offered formally sues forpeaco through Franco directly to Presidont McKinleyN by Gregory Gibson A long conference had boon held between the French ambassadors and Mr and Mrs C F Mattingly went to MuDaniels Saturday They were the the President before the announcement was made Will Not Go 26Special To Open Up the Island Kentuckians to the Front Popes Proposal Not Heard From fiMiles Has Landed that the last peace proposition accredited to tho Pope has not yet been heard of here week Mr Sam Board operator at the shops who sometime ago left for Hot Springs i Port Guinaca Porto Rica via St Thomas July 26 Special to the News The American expedition under General Miles landed safely yesterday after a hot engagement with the Spanish forces guard- Â¬ ing that point The enemy were repulsed with severe loss No Amer- Â¬ i icans were killed IN HIS r Oweiubojo OWKNUIOKO DISTRICT Settle Chapcf NAME What Our Methodist Are Doing V i Hartford MaintreetjV t jij 50 1 im 4 0 Hawtavllle Clovcrport AUW Chapel 53a 0 00 4 50 JO Brethren 5 Juvenile Owentboro Mary Helm Society 2 85 To Help Spread the Ooapel In Heathen Lands HAkdinsbCro Ky July 23 You ham so klndlv favored ua In the rout thai we come with awaraace lot you Si t it mire gMB UKipg B ii ill npnuo in jruui tui- foreign missionary work in UBwa for our speak DJ H Smith will Custer Saturday AugustVttf n -- Hon ENTERTAINED In a Plewairt Maaner Werr Visitors B V R C Ark to recuperate his health reached this city Monday night His condition Is much improved and he looks liko another man Selz shoes make your feot glad The Fair Next Sunday July 31 there will be a grand picnic given at Wittmers Garden at Cannellton It being the annual har- Â¬ vest and candidate celebration Music dancing and a barbecued dinner will be the attractions Special rate on boat and railroad Mr M B Russell adjuster for the In- Â¬ surance Company of North America was in the city yesterday He was here to adjust the loss of Charles Mays Sr dwelling which policy was carried by Haynes The adjustment was Shurt satisfactory to all concerned The candidate and harvest festival to be given at Wlttmersvgarden Sunday July 31 at Cannelton will be the great i st event of its kind ever held In Perry county Music a barbecued dinner and other amusements will make the picnic an enjoyable one Excursion rates on river and railroad oar conference especially these sub jeiued reports from Owensboro and Elis abethtown districts for the June quarter Ib oar conference we baye 1G8 socle membership of 2742 So ties with the eae or two or three lone missionary spirits here and there in our country churches seed not get Elijahs despond ney and say 1 alone am left but rather reeall Gods I have left me seven thousand in Israel who have not bowed the knee to Baal Oar conference has sustained a ureal low in the death of Miss Clara Murphy our eorreepojuling secretary or two 7MN VfcWreeleWd her to office owid liot serve and I was kaewiK powers On wRh made bar betogneltd ap higher the exec- Â¬ utive eouimltlee gave me her place Let ua trust for a busy year filled with the Masters work Let as trait for Ilk toaeh upou it muttipiylaf oar few loaym awl Ashes to the feeding of tnous- Let as have the l at ktatheu souls praytrs and co operation of our JHMHMN aatt we feel sure It will be a jam at Welg to evervoie of as Mrs Qmam Owwlmlininls district secretary at Bisbtoiyn district YulaODaulel apntaftm flag secretary Louisville Con- - reV tt MUUSSTHTQWK m DISTRICT i Vim t - II Jo S to 5 85 i 1 k i t - J 3 98 tummm Mt t VAiHRsaWMfM wM WhlVt SBfc t j TiiaiPE nifflWlffL1STfyii i t it Hon D II Smith will The B V R 0 and a number of visitors were pleasantly speak Custer Saturday entertained by Mrs Hawes on the 22d August 6th and another meeting was arranged to be THE MARKETS held with the same hostpss on Friday August 4 by Heston Willis Company A lengthy discussion wai had iu re Â¬ Reported to ways and means of accomplish gard Chickens 8o Eggs 8c log most good during the coming year Cabbage 1 J c The library is in a flourishing condition Potatoes 60c and the librarian will receive subscrip Â¬ tions at any time and application for Onions 76c membership may be had on any Satur- Â¬ Corn 8c to fOa dozen day forenoon on tho payment of the 1 Beans 5c gallon membership fee andean agreement to Green Apples 40c conWni to the rales Peaches none In market Yellow Root 20c to 5o The officers for the coming year are President Mrs Piggott Vice President Glnseug large root 250 Miss Greenwood Secretary and TreasMay Apple Root 2c urer Mrs Wimp Librarian Mrs Mc Watermelons 10c to 20c Giotlikui ABslslaut Librarian Miss Lily UVE STOCK Metilothlan Program Committee Mrs 440 and Cattle Extra shipping WatlieuJ Mrs Hawes Misses Jolly Mc 4 05 common to medium 350 and Ulothlau and Cain 300 feeders 4 and 425 veal calves 660 and 575 SPLENDID PICNIC Hoas Choice packing 225 to 300 lbs 3 05 f at shoats 120 to 100 lbs 370 and Five Husarctl Ptotfti Enjsysd a Day of 260 and 3 00 pigs 00 to 00 pounds Pleasure 13 25 Roughs 3 00 and 3 41 Siiebp and lambs Good to extra ship Â¬ The picnic given by the parisbouers ping sheep K 50 and 3 05 fair to good at the Long Lick church iu the McDan butcher lambs 3 and 4 50 extra spring iel neighborhood last Saturday was a lambs 15 00 and 5 75 Skips and scalaÂ¬ moat delightful ovent wags 60o and 1 common to medium About 600 people were present and sheep 3 25 and 1 MJoyad all the sports and the oausio These were the ruling prices on stock that was provided for the event at Louisville Tuesday July 25 The dtaner was one of the most sum Â¬ CHAIN ptuous frtasta that has ever been provid- Â¬ by Oelse Bros ed at a picata In tlilfl ee aaty The vari Â¬ Reported ety at eatiMee splendidly cooked and The following are the prleea qaoted prepared speaks volaaae fur the ealla tut grain la the leeal market ay accowpHehaieiite ot the fcMwlvee Whrat 05 cento n that kudgMrHod Cara 38 cents was plenty t pat awl to spare Th Hen 1 Jl Smitk will ddbtjeeed thai aeeeja Y 4 Bejhaaept prntk At CtMUr Saturday in bifday tt ajtMoeoa on tiM topJes at and m tfw wtl 6th Un jajpiaiha Ikvinoton July 25 at Â¬ -- Auut H victory at inllla created among Americans territorial lu pliations AlONEY aETTINQ MORE PLENTIFUL Absolutely Pure which were new to the vnBt majority ol them and the conquests yet to come by him end by the other commanders naval A comprehensive inquiry into present aud military will Iraposn upon Ameri Â¬ agricultural conditions at home and ROVAl IUIM POWDC KIW VOW CO abroad has boen conducted by the The Hen Beats The Eagle all to cans certain responsibilities which they cannot honorably shirk Some colonies Orange Judd syndicate of agricultural Pieces Cuba ultimately and Puerto Itico the leads to the conclusion weeklies It Philippines the Carolines the Ladrones that America In particular and the world aya this aud other Spanish territory immediately in general will see several years of good Its not Fully Appreciated we shall havo to hold permanently or times based upon the bedrock of agri- Â¬ Writer temporarily and a large part ol them cultural prosperity permanently A decision In an Alaska One thousand million of dollars will There are many reasons why the hen caxe recently rendered by the United hardly measure the Increase ol the far- Â¬ and not the eagle The Story of Her Financial should be the national mers receipts for the last years produce bird Among them is the growing dis- Â¬ States Circuit Court at San Francisco shows that Congress hai power under Collapse over the values that prevailed as late as content our best citizus feel for the tho constitution to provide any sort of 18115 More than 100000000 of farm eagle which bird baa never given thor- Â¬ government it chooses for new territory mortgages have been paid off in the past ough satisfaction because of She is Over Two Hundred and Forty its low that Is that Congress can legally two yea s Millions In chattel mortga- Â¬ Million In the Hole down nature The eagle Is a cowardly govern what England would call crown ges have been wiped out and the paying creature and never makes war except colonies up of all other forms of indebtedness has upon weaker things It never earned It is estimated in Madrid that tho war This condition will largely increase become almost a mania in the west an honest dollar in its life and its dally the dimensions and expense of tho peacs Is costing Spain 28000000 a month in This has been attended with such an in- food is stolen from some poor bird too establlshmeut of tho army and navy In direct expenditure not reckoning in- Â¬ crease in bank deposits that throughout small and too weak to defend itself and the three years immediately preceding direct cost in- Â¬ much of the trans Missouri country its proporty Moreover the eagle the war ot 1812 the average anuual ex- Â¬ Since April the Bank of Spain has ad- Â¬ terest rates on farm loans are down to swoops down among children lambs and vanced 10000000 on treasury bonds penditure was in round figures 2200 from 5 to 8 per cent contrasted with other innocent things and bears them 000 for the army and its accessories aud taking a mortgage on the revenues and from 0 to 10 per cent as late as two to its home among the mountain crags 75000000 on a nominal 200000000 of 1800000 for the navy Iu the three years ago These gains in the west are This alone is sufficient to oust it from years Immediately succeeding the war government 4 per cents worth about largely responsible for the vast increase the position of being the bird of Amer00000000 in the London market in national bank resources of more than ica and prevent its picture from contin- Â¬ when peace conditions were resumed Thus Spain has borrowed 115000000 the annual outlay was 9000000 for the 1000000000 Bince the low point of uing on our dollars The hen however army and 4000000 for the navy De Â¬ for which bhe sacrifices her revenues and 1803 and more than 400000000 during is a sweet tempered hard working pro- Â¬ spite tho JefTereoniun hatred of nrmies promises to pay 240000000 besides the past twelve months ductive creature She is identified with and navies and the Jeflersonian attempt Interest Tho Bum thus secured will last two wheat crops of 1800 and The our home life and our domestic and na- Â¬ at economy their cost never went down barely four months from April or say 1807 have returned farmers nearly twice tional prosperity She lavs 29000000 again anywhere near to those ante September 1st as much as the crops of 1804 and 1805 a worth of eggs every year or four and a Iu the meantime in order to secure gain of more than 400000000 Corn fraction eggs for each individual In the bellum figures A ximilar immediattt and permanent increase in military and even these small loans Spain has per Â¬ a decline of some 150000000 shows land When the eagle is loafing around mitted the bank to increase its issue of but these two staples alone make a net waiting to steal something to eat the naval outlay in peace times wiui caused depreciated notes bo enormously that by the war of 184U S against Mexico In gain of nearly 250000000 The United modest hen Is attending to flunuciurB uveiy where regard the col Â¬ buslnets States wheat exported during the past And after a life of activity laying eggs 18G0 a year before the war of secetsiun lapse of the bank itself as an impending twelve months sold for about as much as cackling laying more eggs aud hatching the army cost 10000000 aud tho navy event and bo closely are the banks 11000000 The smallest expenditure the whole crop was worth in 1893 94 05 little chicks she gives up her life a Hairs and the national finances connect- Â¬ that While the agricultural exports of the the American boarding housemay thrive iu any year since the war was 33000000 ed that the banks collapso would Involve past twelve months reach the neighbor Â¬ and wax fat How much better the hen 1880 for the army and 15000OCO the that ot the treasury it has so loug and so average of 18S0 1881 aud 1882 for the hood of 900000000 by far the greatest thau the bald headed eagle for our na- navy Iu most of tho years between the painfully supported on record this was largely due to the tional bird From the first every financier in As a just recognition of phenomenal crop shortage abroad her supremacy in the mouey producing end of 1805 and tho end of 1897 the an Â¬ Europe has seen clearly that Spain could on war Hence the American Aericulturalist i industries she should displace the eagle nual expenditure fur each waa far above not carry invokingwith the United StaUs financial ruin Now without these figureB bast s its conclusions on the past two every financier Bees that Spain cannot The domestic side of her life long slnco For the 20 years immediately preced long continue the war even at that risk year and four year periods rather than endeared her to overy home in the log the present war the regular army The time draws near when she will not upon a single seasons exceptional con- Â¬ Union Calm gentle some what coy she Btoodat the 25000 mark A law was be able to buy food or arms or ammuni Â¬ ditions It compares the last four years is nevertheless a strong courageous passed at the beginning of the war tion for the troops or to pay for their agriculture and export with those of uncompromising foe to all that the eagle about the middlo of April to increase it transportation from one point to another 1878 81 wtilch ushered In the brilliant is We hope to see her visage stamped to 01000 but provided that it was to be prosperity of the early eighties and con- Â¬ on our moneys and become tho national l educed to the old figure after the war The Kind ou Ha8 Atars Bought BtarttK cludes bird of freedom Chicago News ends The regular army will never be Wo look for an industrial activity reduced It will be increased aud probearly this fall quite unparralled witli INTERESTING DECISION ably go to 80000 or 100000 and never go qnick markets at home and abroad for below that line At the beginning ot the surplus of American farms We find 1893 the United States stood sixth in no reason to anticipate higher or fancy Where If Home Made Wine Manufactured WhTPay8 the Tax naval strength with England France prices for produce but with economy in Italy aud Germany leading It in this marketing and production brought about The internal revenue department has order It is now fifth standing ahead of recent improvements and having regard also to the cheapness of manufactures just published a decision interesting to Germany It will have to go above Italy Â¬ also due to Inventions and the ease of farmers who make wine relating to the and perhaps above Russia This is inevmoney our deliberate conviction is that special tax A fruit grower mashes his itable It is destiny Aud even in other the American farmer is to have the grapes allowing this to ferment a week directions the government will be forced This on his farm He then takes the mash to make a larger outlay largest prosperity he everenjoyed Happy the people whose annals are by the standard of to the mill In a distant town and has it forecast is measured the present by the exchangable power pressed and returns the wine to his blank In the history books says Car Wo want to close out tbo Block of Fortunately or unfortunately completing the fermentation lyle of farm products for products of labor In farm United States annals will never again be Clothing we havo on hands to mako other vocations Where is the place of manufacture and The balance of trade in favor of the can he sell th j wine without becoming so blank in the history book as they room for our Fall Goods and to do United States during the past two years liable to the special tax Commissioner have been this wo havo inaugurated a is more thau 1000000 000 From the Scott holds that the wine having been Richard Burdette Dead redumption of specie payments up to completed by the grower on his farm 1 1898 the United States havo ImMr Richard Uurdette died Monday at place of manufacture and the farm is the July ported some 50000000 worth of gold therefore under the law ho is entitled to 7 oclock from general debility at his moro than It has exported to say noth Â¬ sell this wine there without being liable home on tin pike about four miles from ing of the large additions of gold from to special tax the city Mr liurdette comes from a prominent American mines amounting to from KLONDIKE QOLD pioneer family He was a man possessed 30000000 to 60000000 yearly This of a quiet disposition and had many with the Immense excess of merchandise exports may well raise tho question Ten Millions to Be Brought Home friends who will be greatly pained to We Sell 810 Suits for 8 hear of his demise whether the United States have not This Year Wc Sell 8 Suits for 86 The deceased was eighty two years of practically paid up their foreign obliga- Â¬ age and was born in this county iu 1810 We Sell tions what they owe abroad being offset Pants for 82 Among those who have returned from He had twelve children ten of whom by what foreigners owe our people so We Sell 83 Pants for SI 50 that the Unitod States may enter upon the Klondike this year Is Thos O are still living The funeral will take Austin of New Whatcom Wash who place today at 2 oclock the new century a creditor nation There is a brilliant promise for the states that the clean up on Eldorado Points to largest tonnage of crops this year ev r Bonanza and Hunker creeks In the New Dental Establishment produced in America Prices bid fair to Klondike district this season will not Mr W B KIdd DDL has established be reasonably well maintained com- t xtved 10000000 this estimate agreeing a branch office ot the Buffalo Dental Par- Â¬ WE SELL pared to the low values of 1892 5 indica with that of other returned miueis and lors ot Louisville in this city at the This Hats ting a total return for staple crops alono of the Bteamshlp companies Mitchel Hotel In his profession he is of 1000000000 uiore this eeason than amount with about 5 000000 ot last an experienced mau and will visit the AT HALF PRICE last year Railroads may justly expect a seasons output will all bo shipped out city every Tuesday reports large traffic and seme remarkable figures this year He confirms previous Mr J S Bounett a prominent young are given as to tho earning capacity of that no important new discoveries have mau who has been located lit Owensboro WE SELL railroads under assured conditions Even beeu made Browa The Hamilton will be his associate and will remain il the world should have a bumper wheat He Is a young man here permanently FARM FURROWS crop Its supply for the two years ending thoroughly versed in his profession and July 30 naxt would ba soul 100000000 His location comes well recommended two year less than for the preylous Illurr Knapp In American Agriculturist will prove quite an acquisition to the The Best Line in the county period of advancing prices indicating The best farm baa its weeds professional aud social circles of the that the fair prices paid for the 1690 A turnip will grow in a season but to city WE DO crop from 03 to 03 cents at Chicago are grow a tree takes time likely for the present crop always chooses the Sunday SAM JONES BITS OF WISDOM The moth Tho advance In tho value of agricult- Â¬ coat ural land is notlecable with a more active Were men better times would be betÂ¬ Most men when they feel mean feel and carry a full lino of buying demand for improved laud lu tor natural pub- Â¬ view of the comparative scarcity ot A visit to a shiftless farmer sometimes Many a man imagines he has got re Â¬ lic lands The live stock industry s tt aclit a more than a call on a wise one ligion wheu Its only liver complaint again flourishing with a great revival in Who would live without work must I pliotogiaph your ugliness aud you sit stock needs havo a smart wife the breeding of thoroughbred there and laugh at It You ought to be THESE ARE 1300 to 500 being fr queotly paid for Sweetest kernel comes from hardest ashamed breeding animals ot the beet beet breeds shell Points to Society is a heartless old wretch and and as high as 3000 for a ball and The cow t at finds hard living never it you dont get out of it you will go to 1500 for a caw excels la milk giving t hell with it The strongest Feasible eeafirnattoa Shorthorns thrive not in short pas Rod liquor aud Obrltiaulty wont stay of tuee reaalta aad future proioosU tares neither do other catUa iu the same hide Aa oae goes la the Agricaltaraliet Mk says the Amarieaa oth r goes out saWd by ew returns froaa the wa I have kuowa wobma to poor to own Q waaW Wafat P JarHy ot the leading Irwa la all braaatwa B4M sJ MJJ a fair of shoe hat 1 mw knew one I at Um agrictilMMl trade parttoMlarty u KY r too poor to own a looking glass Um waatot or aUddla atataa Moat ot The United States Has at Last Become a Creditor Nation years NEW BIRD OP FREEDOM Dowoys POWDER SPAIN IS BUSTED Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 OA8TOHIA - l Â¬ Can You Miss This Opportunity To Save Money Â¬ 20 Per Cent Reduction Sale H Remember Â¬ Straw SHOES Undertaking Caskets Remember d TN P Sheeran KIRK MaW Bro OKI J General Merchants ZU2fe Kfisis K2ILfitu - ii t- T3 THB BRJSieKHtNRIlDB THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D AND V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors WEDNESDAY JULY 27 1898 JSEBlW8 QLOYRRPORT Kt sOF THEa BRANDENBURG TOPICS Items of Interest That Are Going the Rounds All tho Latest News Spicy Views and Entertain- Â¬ ing Gossip SIX PAGES TO THE LOUISVILLE COMMERCIAL CLUR AN APPEAL flontlemon of the Louisville Commercial Club you arc momborsof an organi Â¬ sation that has slnco Its Inception proven a mighty Instrument for good In your community It is a patriotic organization It was conceived of civic vlrtuo and born to a lofty purpose Its existence Bhould be an Inspiration to you and should stimulate you to alma that whon accomplished would bo tho realisation of Ideals that would glvo your city a world wide reputation for municipal prosperity and probity Your organization embracing as It does the brainy progressive and public spirited element of your city exemplifies all that is good in Louisville Â¬ civic life and ontalls a burden of responsibility that makes your club the conser measure vator of the best Interests and welfare of your community and In a that of the state Your unselfish devotion and your unflagging efforts toward the upbuilding of your city encourages us to call your attention to the discrimination of that exists In Louisville against a Breckenrldge county product The Board of Tublic Works has adopted plans and specifications goyer ning the construction Asphalt streets In Louisville that proecrjbea Kentucky Rock Asphalt and excludes Â¬ producers of the home product from tho letting of contracts This kills competiAs the tion and places Loulsyille tax payers at the mercy of the Asphalt Trust to victims of this unjust and unfair discrimination Brcckenridge county appeals of a your body to take such steps as will lead to tho removal of this bar to the use Breckenrldqe county Kentucky product Wo do not ask to be favored but we do ask that the Asphalt produced here be given the same chance and opportunity in the bidding before the Board of Public Works as is accorded the Barber or any other Asphalt company It will not only be an act of justico to us but it will be a step that will end tho threatened reign in Louisville of a Trust that has mulcted every city In the land that has placed Iteolf in Its power Now we have great confidence in your body and if you take action in this matter we will feel that our confidence has not been misplaced Should you Ignore this appeal we will attrib ute It to the apathy of impotence and will be forced to believe that Lum Simon la Gulliver and tho members of the Commercial Club Lilliputians Â¬ Cure WAIT FOR THE OPENING Consti o pation aad yon cure Its consequences These are some of the consequences of constipation Biliousness loss of appetite pimplossour stomach depression coated tongue night- Â¬ mare palpitation cold feet debility diz- Â¬ ziness weakness backache vomiting jaundice piles pallor stitch Irritability nervousness headache torpid liver heart Â¬ burn foul breath sleeplessness drowsi- Â¬ ness hot skin cramps throbbing head Aa General Suaitkbs nurse seems to be angular gold pendant on which is en as numerous a person as the oldest graved a sun and three stars Not satisfied with the pendant emblazoned with Mason the sun and stars he has further decreed Fon Mondays refreshing rain Mr that he is to carry a gold whistle and a Weather Clerk thanks awfully Do It some more Â¬ Â¬ Judoino from the way things are coming Charles Blandfords rabbit foot has a pretty strong pull Achiliks sulked In his tent but Garcia quit the American camp and got whip ped by the Spaniards Admibal Ckrvkra was so badly whip Â¬ ped that be hadnt even a button left to send to a button collecting fiend 1icnics are of such frequent occurrence moves us to remark that life in Breckenrldge is one grand sweet picnic that it side and the Carlista on the other Spain With Uncle Sam prodding her on one is Indeed between sheol and the works iron- Â¬ Since the luscious watcxmelon has made its appearance the Cloverport negro is more prejudiced against going to war than ever befoe stick with a gold tassel When Agulr al do decked out in his gold collar with Its dangling pendant engraved with a sun and three stars bearing in one hand hiagold whistle and in the other his stick with golden tassej appears on the scene in his exalted prettiness he will of be the luminous embodiment Oriental splendor that will eclipse all the opposition glory and beauty on this terrestial sphere The three eyed peacock feather and the sun bright yel- Â¬ low jacket of the illustrious Li Hung Chang will fade and lose their lustre tho glittering gorgeousness of Emperor Billy Hohenloes rainbowesque ward- Â¬ robe will sink into plebian mediocrity while the glorious orbs of Henry Wat tersons star eyed goddess will bo robbed of their celestial radiance and gaze on the world with a glassy stare and that which is described as a thing of beauty and a joy forever shall cease to be beautiful and joyful by comparison We repeat when Aguinaldo in his glory bursts radiantly upon a dazzled and awe- Â¬ struck world and scintillates and shines for all Another Candidate Mr Z T Proctor ex county attorney of Grayson county has announced as a sanitary condition another evidence of candidate for the Republican nomina- Â¬ the fact that a new broom sweeps ciean tion for Congress in this the Fourth rlHni the natives to put Santiago In The United States ruthoritles are com a I the difference between chloroform and a well seasoned Hawesville sock Uawes hymn for Brecken Â¬ ville Clarion An ArruorniATE rldge farmers to sing at the present time Burglars who use Hawesville socks to stupefy their victims should be treated has as its refrain For golden grain so rich In More to capital punishment By tho way We thank Thee Lord once more Hawesville people should form the habit of washing their feet trolley cars are to Invade Yankee France If they are of the Brooklyn An Atrocious Pun variety wo will soon be revenged for all When a thief enters a Cloverport the slurs cast at us by the French since mans room the latter escapes through a the Spaulsh American war began saloon without bidding him Goodnight Hawesville Clarion With two of her sons after the con Â¬ gressional persimmon and another after the state attorney generalship plum the Indications are that there will te a lively scramble for the longest pole In Every mother Breckenridge this year feels an indes- Â¬ cribable dread The picture of Kueben N Miller In a Louisville paper last Friday made our of the pain and danger attend- Â¬ Rube look as ugly as a yellow Journal cartoon when In reality he is bo hand ant upon the some that the Piucheco folk think lie is most critical pe- Â¬ a beauty show in himself riod of her life regula- Republican candidate for Congress will to ex- Â¬ be held at Ellzabethtown on August 3 tions cannot be interpreted expelled yellow journal corre Mr Proctor is net entirely unknown to clude the spondents as well as their twin evils politics in this section but his candidacy yellow fever germs is not considered as of much importance And so one slice of Dave Smiths moat By tiik capture of a New England em Â¬ is already provided Hartford Herald bezzler who robbed two Northampton Cleanliness Next to Oodllness banks of G 10000 the Louisville Mas Cloverport people we know are back detective force has proven it can catch numbers but they really ought to know bad colds Its a pity that the quarantine so as district The convention to nominate a Â¬ Â¬ other things than Baby Mine Â¬ otllclal says Spain will be hammered until she cries for peace If the hammering process is continued on the Dewey Schley and Bhafter scale will not be even a voice left by A cabinet Becoming a there which Spain can be Identified its anticipation one of misery suffering and danger of the ordeal make mother should be a source of joy to all but the The Lost Cause a handsomely illus Â¬ trated Journal devoted to the collection and preservation of the records of the has just made ita late Confederacy appearance It Is published at Louisville and Is a beautiful specimen of typo Major General perfection graphlcel Fltzhugh Lee is a contributor and he with other talented writers serve to give the paper high literary merit The il lustrations are magnificent and compare favorably with those of Harpers and other high grade Illustrated journals Â¬ MOTHERS FRIEND is the remedy which relieves women of the great pain and suf- Â¬ fering incident to maternity this hour which is dreaded as womans severest trial is not only made painless but all the danger is re- Â¬ moved by its use Those who use this remedy are no longer de-Â¬ spondent or gloomy nervousness which be declares himself the oaly peb U oa the beach In fact the whole Ha has ordained that the lnlg- thin ak ol bis splendid Isolation ami lovely wajaety ebail 1m a goW WW with a Ui nausea and other distressing con- Â¬ ditions are avoided the system is made ready for the coming event VALEI PEACOCK FEATHER- - HAIL and the serious accidents so comSUN AND THREE STARS mon to the critical hour are Agulaaldo chief of tho Phllllplae obviated by the use of Metkars is a blessing to woman rebels has Ueued a proclaautlon la Friend Â¬ JlOO PKKBOTTLK t all Dm Stores er aant bjr axpraaa oa receipt of price UiKS OotataJs laralMbla tafornitioa oi 1 ju MlMiMB UHUTH MilUataa fSt fc ell wowm wUt U aast Jo McGehee Is down for his usual vacation Bro Jonklns preached two excellent sermons last Sunday A LARGE STOOCK OF Iff Llfo is measured by the good we do visile w not by the wrong perpetrated vuGbP Misses Jen Hardin and Alllo Reld have returned from Big Spring Arm m term 0mrm Miss Bettio Olarkson is spending some- Â¬ Si for Bonttpmtli time with her aunt Mrs G II Cis perke Dr J C AVers Pills are a specific for Claude Hardin is on the sick list all diseases of the liver stomach and Mrs James Ditto and little Fannie have bowels been on the same list but all are better I suffered from constipation which as Â¬ Miss Kitty Clarkson and her friend sumed such an obstinate form that I feared Miss Vandemer of Louisville spent SatÂ¬ it would cause a stoppage of the bowels After vainly trying various remedies I beÂ¬ urday and Sunday with Miss Pearl gan to take Avars Pills Two boxes effected Soon with a large stock of Qcnoral Merchandise Wimp a complete cure D BURKE GacoMe Mrs Blanche Fontaine one of our most attractive ladies will entertain the For eight years I was afflicted with constipation which became so bad that the Mite and Aid Societies this week Let Was bought direct from the mills at a closing out sale in New- - York at pricesjWhichj doctors could do no more for mo Then I her havo a big turnout Va will nntminti vnil nnH nnnnnf ho pminllmi niWwlinro began to take Ayers Pills and soon the bowels recovered their natural action Gen S B Buckner is right Every WM II DeLAUCETT Dorset Oat Kentuckian is State proud we have a right to be wo would not exchange our THE PILL THAT WILL 11 t vf IM nl wu birth right lor anything we are no kin uo uuuuiDuiu ujr am DiuiD 3m ilo WlUUrjr j nut n niii iui li llnrlAwnnl r lie uixj jiA ill Miu jkMiu to Esau ing place a hundred miles from Chicago of Tho malicious wrong one does another by steamer We spent tho first weeks SHs our married life with those relatives at may injure for tho time only but you for - AJJP Miskawakee thirty three years ago and get ready to attend this great opening which is going to bo a regular Klondilccj to5 To eternity Revenge may bo sweet for tho k long the people of Breckenridgo county moment but yeDgeanco bolongs to God to visit them again would recall Vs long ago happy joyous days before tbe alone is pages of Life had been blurred by tears Tom Pusey of Chicago will arrive and when the leaves of the volume were next Sunday for his annual Vacation and turned without a heart ache or a sigh to enjoy mothers Kentucky fried chick- Â¬ But to day as I recall tho roses the en cherry preserves and hot Kentucky thorns tho tears the laughter the clouds biscuit the sunshine I know that In tbe great 1 am like the Rounder if anything Hall of Life and in the orchestra led in this column fits wear the shoe and by time gladness and sadness are about i let it pinch I never write for individ- equally balanced and I have not a word uals personally out if the cap fits wear of complaint it if you please and as you please Poor Sam Jones I know his left ear bums Gayaties galore are in store this week Association Program ever since he left the city of Irvington for tho young folks A large party of us But I insist that his right ear tiuglo for The following is the program of tho will go to Kings Rest Thursday night awhile for be assured heres one individ- Â¬ Bewleyvillo District Kentucky Sunday to spend the evening with Miss Ella ual that thinks he Is a grand God fear- Â¬ school Association to be held at Bewley Hendrick Every evening is full ing sin fighting man I never gave his ville Ky Sunday August 11 1898 Miss Peyton Stlth of Louisvillo who entirely original outlandish sayings a io a m Devotional exercisea has been with her sister Mrs Wra Bow thought I forgot them immediately for Welcome ailtlreis Mis Mary Bland iMi ley for sometime returned to her home his magnificent eulogies on character his ford neiponie J D Herndon last Sunday She is a handsome intelli- Â¬ withering stinging blighting sarcasm in Song gent girl in her teens and bids fair to be dealing with Satans auxilaries All A few voluntary reasons lor praising an accomplished young lady God lor the good of any Sunday school honor to our pastor Bro Hesson for work Misses Lillian and Virginia Rhodes selecting such an individual to draw a School reports zh k will have Miss May of HardinBburg and crowd to lift the church debt Bro Rtcess for lunch U Miss Maggie Carter of Irvington with Overton Bro Cundiff Bro Walton all Fssay The Duty of Primary Teach i p m them this week Lil and Virgie are pop purely consecratod Christians sanctioned Thats an item worth considering as 10000 will eti Mrs Bate Washington ular dear girls and have a lovely homo just what I did in his discourse Some Who Does the Sunday school Essay buy many a luxury buy several fine dresses eH Work Benefit CU Coleman and of the most refined most highly intelli- Â¬ where they entertain most happily GW Beard isja big difference now and gent and most cultured men and women Yes there Well a fact you can easily save one hundred Essay How Can the Work Be Ad thirty years ago in lots of social affairs from the walks of life have been power- Â¬ Sim Iayne vanced r dollars Duties Qualifications etc of Essay Girls never stepped out after night with- Â¬ fully converted under him three young W H Cain Jr the Superintendent out escorts Such impropriety was shock- Â¬ men from my own town Heisapowerl Essay The Bible in the Sunday He performs miracles ing I Now thanks to a different educa- Â¬ He is a wonder school Rev S KKelly Long may he live to fight tion girls can go as independently as as it were Music sin I only wish every Christian in all the Speech Dr Seth Parks boyH Essay Miss Eiuna Kurls V t world were as fearless He has egress to I hear much complaint about persons Essay How Shall We Hold the Inter- Â¬ the very finest best and most aristocratic putting plugs into the telephone down at Mrs est of Young Men and Womenr irvington It seems that it is a spirit of homes in all this broad land Mrs R WJ Piggott Irvington and Mrs Dr Election of officers low mischief to Interrupt the progress of M Jolly of All Sunday school secretaries who a conversation Polite remonstrance and Pusey of this place would have never kind entreaty have been of no avail entertained him had he been guilty of have not already done so will please have their report ready for the conven- Â¬ Such conduct is a very low order of insulting a lady I have a most delightful letter from tion A large delegation of Sunday pleasantry and reflects much discredit my fnend Mrs Clare Jolly Piggott of school workeis are expected sup- - S on those who Indulge in such pastime Tjio3 J Jolly President Irvington in which she most thought- Â¬ At the home of Mr and Mrs D M 7 Duncan last Sunday afternoon a new fully and kindly thanks me for the little Why Some People Are Poor words of appreciation which have from editor arriveJ A flue twelve pound fel- Â¬ time to time appeared in this column Bad management keeps more people low who can boast of two grand mothers two grand fathers and two great grand regarding the B V R 0 She is glad I in poor circumstances than any other of such progres- Â¬ one cause To be successful one must mothers Mrs H V Duncan and Mrs am alive to importance sive movements and regrets that I can- Â¬ look ahead and plan ahead so that when J C Babbage D M Duncan will no doubt have to employ an editor pro tern not often meet with the club She tells a favorable opportunity presents itself me in her entertaining interesting man- Â¬ he is ready to take advantage of it A for this copy or issue an extra ner of tbe last patriotic meeting also of little forethought will also save much ex Â¬ The keys of our little city are given the little patriotic picnic which she gave over this week to the teachere of Meade the children at ber pretty home All pense and valuable time A prudent v and careful man will keep a bottle of county Mr A 0 Burton will conduct trie decorations amusements refresh- Â¬ Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar- Â¬ i4 tho Institute with our County Superin Â¬ ments keeping tho one fact in view tendent Mr W 1 Ashcraft to look af- Â¬ throughout Love of country a senti- Â¬ rhoea Remedy In the house the shiftless vmure iiiga graao goous are soia at tneiowew fellow will wait until necessity compels ter general interests There will be sev- Â¬ ment of patriotism Mrs Piggot then it and then ruin his best horse going for prices We want to impress it upon you that w eral lectures and a musical program A says I wish you in your articles to number of visitors will attend the Insti- Â¬ impress upon mothers and school a doctor aud haye a big doctor bill to depend upon quick sales and small profits to makt pay besides one pays out 25 cents the tute teachers the necessity of cultivating the other is out a hundred dollars and then our business prosperous You get the benefit of Misses Agnes Malin Stella Boles and patriotic spirit Think of children wonders why bis neighbor is getting MatthewB of Owensboro have form- Â¬ she add who never heard Star Spang Â¬ richer while be Is getting poorer For system and wo make money for you if you arr this ed a pleasant trio at Mrs Coughs for a led Banner I wish to say that such a sale by A R Fisher Cloverport and R our customer week They have received much social woman as Mrs Piggot does a world of A Shellman Stephensport attention and have made a mobt pleasant good in a community cultivated enthus- Â¬ impression We all love Agnes aud only iastic warm hearted and generous She A COOL RECEPTION wish she would come back to stay but throws out the life line for others to she is delighted with Owensboro and is grasp So do all those B V workers Hot Weather Will Lose Its Ter- Â¬ doing so finely in a musical line Mrs Piggot kindly holds In reserve au ror Misses Lula Mary and Bess Lewis will other entertainment for me when I visit have for their guests this week Miss Ad my cotisiu Mrs Dr Foote early in Au- Â¬ Those who want to get away from the die G Dittoj ol Loulavllle Mim Eva gust I will go with Mrs Foote to visit terrors ot hot weather and enjoy a tool Hensley of Uardiutiburg ami Miss Batie Mrs V G Babbage in Hardinsburg and pleasant time should attend the ice Herndou of Irvington Misses Lewis from there with Mr J D Babbage to cream supper that will be given by the will giye a barge party in their honor one Cloverport to see several dear friends ladies of Rosetta at the new church Sat Â¬ evening this week when another date DOOMED TO DIE urday July 30 does not fall Mrs Ljwls has u charm Â¬ All are Invited to attend and no one ing family and a most elegant home Honey Loeust who comes should overlook the essential Strange Disease Attaoklag Ot all the creatures of Gods creation dime as a fee ot ten cents will be Trees the malicious bate bearer is most to be charged for cream Those who cannot feared Ills or her stabs are- ever in the come should send ten cents to represent In pioneer days the honey locust wai back To estrange friends to stir up them It will be much appreciated strife to separate families to maku tho favorite shade and ornamental tree Between the hours of 0 and 11 oclock of the settler I A tn All the old homes in this as well as an ideal breeding season this wounds deeper is ever his or her aim knffin UssssssMaBssssssst fllrrlrftVt a nice social time can be expected as county are shaded by trees of this va- Â¬ summer has caused the birds to malt I ply fLVi Thank the good Lord a community gen- Â¬ plana have been made to that effect Wi In aa amazing manner Rebratea bVetoers Are Betaf erally knows Buch characters and the riety and associations ot the past have Rosetta hospitality is the top notch poison of their tongues Is not fatal and endeared them to our people and should attract a large crowd Those who love the old trees will n kind their stabs fall short of the mark CAUSE gret to know that a strange disease has MM 8HO0TIN8 The Mlssos Sheeny and brother and attacked the trees of AaMttHt tbe largeet baetlaw bt that variety in the Miss Ilnttle of Louisville are here to earidae eeaatjr are tbe flnhlaw Ohio valley and they seem doomed to BaatM LatiH Exttntf a Central kvHiWa spend sometime with Mrs R II Nevitt destruction Will Be Eaftye by LssaJ SBrtea This el CHoadaaas Oa their laa ImSSt ts Hie Pub FaH and Mrs D ti Richardson The young taey exceeded their higbaat iissjaJijBaM Coming Blaadferda Way ladles ate well known here and their aad raleed 176 baebeb o wfcatiV Vt coming again only emphasises the pleas Â¬ txrye are bota eatrfMabjMM Qoall bunting will be flue this year Hardin county republicans met Ih Tbe Ladles Aid SoeWty si Irvingtaa ant impression made by former visits convention at Ellsabethtowa Saturday Tke sports in eg bad as HRWHally geod Ky will give aa tea ereaa sapper Tues Â¬ aad tbey are ebfpaiac Anas t i ears of etoek to b7lawtaV I Mrs Richardson and Mrs Nevitt are two aad after declaring against eJvIl awviee nuMOH last fall m the birds ware ore day evelg Angaet IMC Jmaa 4 to 11 weeKiy ua MataMay tbei of tbe very nicest most agreeable ladles and tbe Geebel eleeVlos bill they In I Bloailful tkia 1st vaaau Mai but tkla vuar p m Ute prososiU el wppwr te b wtn w i uaaaoa of 1 la our town and to vWt them wtw etraeted their delegates to veto tor Will MUpM tisMH all baebete ol wheat to Bead la repairta tbe BeaWat etjeuek pleasure Aaaaet 10 at M eeata per Charlts Biaadford as the RepabttaM That tbe oyr will be daaioly labab Tbe pablk aeaeoWy e lavitad to at I am in receipt of a neat eardial lavl jofftts4oal candidate for tbeFoaHh ttatl by tha Wr whltes la daaioaataaUd toad aad beta ia tbe aaod eaaee avwy wheat flaU la Dm my husbands relatives to dietriet tatioa frotn by tlif hot that Ma J X Wntr Piaalaaat Th itM lta ookwiy o bird visit them at their Minuter bW Has On Minute Cough Cure wtm eMiUy Maes jlsWh11 fit tod and MMOfwavtaiM towa IVk MfohlfNwi a beaaelful water- wawaa j Wav MtH Vff aaB BARGAIN STORE Ayers Pitts 4 1 Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes and Groceries WE WILL ARRIVE AT HARDINSBURG OUR STOCK - BEAR IN MIND k v DO NOT FAIL tf m Tr H BAKER BROS HARDINSBURG KY -- mmmBmmsmmmmvm- You Can Save 1001 its ii Â¬ 1 In One Year 1 plies By purchasing vour family At the Busy Store m ij 99 o 1 JACOB MEYER BIG SPRING KY ssssssssssC W ie m S ffl rTHB BREOKEXNRirQEl NRWS GLOYRRPORT KY 11ECKENRIDGE NEWS that tho Mercury and Venue Quick Belief For Asthma WEDNESDAY JULY 27 1808 VPVmnf Freo Pills BmkI your add rose to II E tiucklen A Co Chicago and get a free sample box of Dr Kings Now Life Pills A trial will coaylnce you of their merits These jt4W are easy in action and are particular- Â¬ ly effective in Mih cure of Constipation and Sick lieadacho For Malaria and Liver troubles they have been proved iavaliMblo They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious sub stoneo aad to be purely vegetable They do sot weaken by their action but by giving tone to stomach and bowels great Â¬ ly invigorate the system Regular size 25c per box Sold by Short Hayncs DriiggisU 2ros were standing and on tho aotual rite bow occupied by Nelsons column a long wooden shed was placed and iu it wm tse Bkoloton of a whalo of great Through it tho writer dimensions walked from end to end Opposite stood as now thoy stand spring gardens whero in old times tho beams and belles of tho court of Churlos II disported thomsolvos Thoro in n bourn was located tho learned pig Bystanders desirous of seeing its per formanoo stood in a circle- and within a smaller ono playing cards woro appar thrown down ently indiscriminately Onlookem possibly confederates named a particular card and tho pig trotted round and placed his snout on tho nam ed card without mv error From thatexhlbition the writcrJh tho same houso ho thinks vras tabw and intiocluced to tho Hottentot Vo nunJJan obony damsol olad in guuzy garments of tho most flimsy kind who displayed hor figure-- by proudly rav erslng and circling round tho rootu in whioh sho gavo hor rccoptiona Issuing thence tho writer was taken to tho horso guards parado to sco tho cannon nsod by the French as a mortar during tho sicgo of Cadiz 1812 It was on a carriage in a horizontal position and the writer lifted by his fathor was thrust Insido tho muzzle and struggling somewhat was with n littlo difficulty extracted from his confined po sition London Sketch Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In Learned Pis In ISIS 1816 tho royal mews at Charing Â¬ The GlrU Slashed Too Visitors at tho Worlds fair of 1803 will recall tho Indian exhibit or en campment on tho shoro of tho south pond Ono of tho tents or wigwums was occupied by un athletic and flno looking but somowhat taciturn specimen of young Indian manhood as his own particular home and while it was oiou at all proper hours for tho inspection of visitors ho resented any approach to im pertinent cariosity A bevy of young women droppod into his tent ono day beforo his usual hour for opening it and found him sowing a rent in a blankot Sco bow ho blushes exclaimed ono NVo haYO caught him of the visitors doing squaws work Why thats his natural color gig glod another He always blushos said tho Indian Yes young ladlos in perfectly good English ho blushes for some of tho civilized and enlighten ed white Americans of tho nineteenth century The visitors joined him in blushing and shortly afterward went out without further remarks Youths Companion Â¬ Â¬ I Br Jloxol Basque Prince L L Bonaparto many yoars ago olaimed By jingo as un English borrowing from tho Basques Tho Sou letin Basques say Bai Jinko moan not By God or ing Yes God Tho k would easily bo ParDicu come g in tho mouth of a foreigner Basque sailors and soldiers havo always Somo time ago I was been ubiquitous at an inn at Larraina tho thrashing floor in Soulo whore tho host who had gained the queens medal for serv- Â¬ ice in the French army in tho Crimean war repeated Bai Jinko hundreds of times during tho day No doubt tho Basques in tho timo of Rabolals tho first author to put Basquo words in print thpugh he did so rather clumsily had tfee saiae habit It must always have attracted tho attention of foreigners who would readily Imitate it Notes and Queries Â¬ Â¬ Sorcerer Sleeted M Legitimes the new Socialist dep Â¬ uty fre Guadeloupe in tho French parÂ¬ liament is a negro He dresses in tho latest fashion wearing silk hat patent leather shoes white uecktlo und irre proachably out frock coat Ho boliovos in ghosts witches and dovils and is a fametts sorcerer in his own country In fact be owed his election to his succoss fal defeat of the devil by dancing and yelling for several hours in a cemetery His ability in this lino convinced tho free aad independent electors of Guade leepetitat their interests would bo sofo in his bauds Â¬ there for the first time had beon served betwew the second course with a sweet dish eontaining oream or jelly and with it the servaKAaded him a dessert spooa TVfralnd turned it round and mmm i bis treat fiet aad said to the servant Wba did y gie mi this for yo d feist Do ye think mamooth has d sinoe Ah lapplt up ma get ay evNeBeV Wt related Query HnaJltoa palace was ouo of the first great tonne in Scotland to use dessert spooM A roBflh country squire dining wllr WVwjnftVB 9 f orMgr on the part of the natives o Ifrat mnjnr which i Mspectfull mOmttUi- fn tMt ontraged pedeetriMn th wnUaans vioeim An Awerioau ridtaf a Uapafaj in Tokyo accidentally knoalwi down venerable native The ngnt vnjnVw gaHiwrtd ninuwlf together nnnnBBY A Mlti Ofcetsxte Ah MMUmt reported to have oooarred Mbste aa enviable standard fat JafjMi i tnnMA nasdon toe being In JHrSnnnntl and 111 KM CUllm 1m Un Always teNgirt wmnm r Astronomers gonorally now admit Foleys Honey and Tar is guaranteed moro recent studies of tho to givo prompt relief in all cbscb of planets Mercury and Venus tend to con Asthma Do not clans this with other firm Soliuiuircllls opinion advanced years ago that both of them turn medicines that have failed to give relief Bomo on their uxes onco while revolving Givo It a trial A R Fisher Cloverport nbout tho sun This however is a very R A Hhellman Slephnnsport Gordon Hnynes Patesville E A Witt liar difficult point to hottlo with eertninry tho reason given for this being and dlnsburg very plausibly that tho ovidenco rosts upon observation of tho exceedingly Color Blind faint markings upon tho disks of tho Not long ago I was in tho crowded planets tho fact being that very few an office of a celebrated specialist for th tronomers bavo over soon thoni nt nil oyo and I happened to notico with distinctness mid only those who manand ear at ouo of tho tables with ta sitting liavo mado n most persistent study of most buwilKrcd expression on his faco them and aro fuvorod with vision ospo pile of dally sensitive to such dotalls nro com nnd a of him bright colored worsteds in After ndosicruta strugglo petent to express un opinion as to tlieir front ho succcedid iu assorting them hut correct interpretation to color It 1b argued that if as held by somn alas Onot according nnd sliado orIs that Or camo iu thou said periods nro tho tho rotation nnd revolution best yon tho samo bo a correct opinion then tho tho colors iu can do Try again and put flvo pilos cliinatia conditions of tho two planet Onco more tho unfortunnto man bo must bo most remarkable Furthermore gnu his hopeless task our moon always shows tho samo faco to bluo lavuudor yellow Thoro wero pink and red worsteds earth and no knowlodgo exists of to bo piled tho tho hidden part nor hnvo tho supposed man begun each color by itsolf Tho Yellow was comparatively inhabitants of that concealed hemi easy red not so bud but pink bluo nnd sphere ever secy tho earth This how ever is of no importance to them ns lavender convoyed no idea of diffcrenco tho earth is not tho sourco of light heat Tho perspiration rolled down tho mans and lifo on tho moon All parts of faco his features became fairly distorttho moon nro brought under tho suns ed und finally woI heard him murmur This is n corker I becamo dospernto influenco just us all parts of tho earth though tho day nnd night nro 14 times myself and when ho finally gravely as long as on tho earth But how it sopkrntcd tho bluo shades putting boiuo must bo on n planet which has ono sido with tho lavender and others with tho only exposed to tho sun astronomers can pink I felt like screaming As soon ns I could soo tho doctor I expressed my give no answer Exchange sympathy and ho replied Yes sympathy is very well but if Bucklens Arnica Salve you wero riding on a railway train you Tiik Best Salve in the world for Cuts would liko to bo sure that tho engincor Bruises Sorts Ulcers Halt Rheum Fe Â¬ know tho primary colors I This man has ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ passed n series of examinations and is qualified to assumo n rospousiblo posi- Â¬ blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and poetlvely cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ tion but ho has this serious defect in Louisvillo Courier-Journa- l quired It is guaranteed to give perfect oyosight satisfaction or money refunded Prico Coolness In Danger 25 cents per box For sale by Short I do not scud my men whoro I will HaynrB not go myself It was Wiuflold Scott Schley who A Gallant Thief said this when ho was commander of A woman in London recently had hor and pocket picked ouo of tho articles being tho Now York ship stood on tho forward bridgo of his bound a scaled und unaddrcssed envolopo con ono of tho ports outward Atlantic from seaof tho taiuing a 5 note Tho noxt day sho re- Â¬ board Ten minutes beforo a badly ceived back tho stolen articles with tho frightened man had run up to him call- Â¬ following explanatory note ing out Tho exigencies of my profes Deah Madam Captain tho forward port magnzino sion led mo Just now Into possession of your is on lire puree whero I find 00 shillings which I npuro priato to my own noods and these pupora said tho Thon shut your mouth which I return to you I do this bocouBo I feci captain Tho man thus recalled to his especially desirous to restore thU littlo whlto souses touched his cap mid relapsed envelope which I have not been Indiscreet enough to open I know very well that when into silenco whilo his commander a young woman goes out with u little wliito quietly ordored n flro drill and a mo Â¬ envelope so carefully carried In hor pockefbook that this envclopu contains n lovo lotter which ment later commanded tho flooding of tho magaziiio Both orders a part of sho is hooking n chanco to address secretly to hor beloved I will not wrong your lover by tho daily routino on ovory American taking the sweet words and klsos which you wnrship wero promptly carried out meant for him nnd I am Vwry sorry tiuit I but it was not until all dangor was past havo even for a short time milayed his receiving his letter May you be happy dear girl that tho officers and men obtained with him whom you havo ohosen and believe knowlcdgo of tho truo state of affairs always in the good wishes of your obedient When thoy did find out thoy realized servant thnt their captain had been standing all A Quiet Nesting Flaee tho timo just over tho magazine and A peculiar accident overtook a Hickouo of tho officers begged him to como man county man named Arnold Ono down from tho bridgo and lot him tako morning not long since ho aroso curly his placo It was then that tho captain nnd went to tho wardrobe took down mndo tho remark quoted abovo Brookhis summer trousers and drew them on lyn Englo This proceeding resulted in such yells The Elephant as a Worker that tho outiro family was awakened In tho Siamese Malay states there nro Mr Arnold was boon surroundod by tho family which was anxious to render probably about 1000 domesticated ele phants nil told and in tho Lao country him assistance His only words were Tho combined probably over 3 COO animals aro workPull off tho pants ing at tho present moment That theso efforts of the family wero vain how ovor until somo ouo suggested that a animals breed in captivity in Slam is soam bo ripped This done thcro was duo to the fact that a largo number of disclosed not a hornets nest rats or them spend tho greater part of thoir anything of that nature but u cut with timo holiday making in tho jungle eight Hickman County When thoro is no work for his beast kittens tho mahout takes him out to a nico cool Tonn News green bit of forest and leaves him there The best medicine you can take is to enjoy himself There is no oxpeuso that which builds n solid foundation for connected with his upkeep for ho looks health in pure rich blood Hoods Sar after himself Ho has a hobbloof rattan round his feet to dibsuado him from saparillu wandering too far aud a wooden bell round his nock by tho tono of which tho mahout or his littlo boy can always Mnrderers May lie Nice At daybreak nt Sakhalin you could find him when thoy go out onco a hardly soo daybreak on account of tho mouth to look him up and givo him shutters ono of tho ugliest looking somo bananas Geographical Journal women I ovor saw crept in with n cup A Chinese Advertisement of tea tbut is always given iu Asia vcjry As a testimonial to tho progress of oarly in tho morning and sho was a tho Chinoso toward English and Amermurderess I wont to tho littlo tent out sido to havo breakfast and n mail camo ican ways it is interesting to noto their up behind mo nnd reached over my appreciation of tho valno of advertising shoulder and ho was n murdoror When in English in the columns of thoir news Tho following notice whioh wo rodoout after breakfast a man with papers magnificent broad shoulders aud splen- appeared recently in a Chinese paper published in n dlstrlot whoro there aro did faco drove and ho was a murderer many English residents may leavo a Tho fact is strango as it may soom they tho governor and Russian officers triflo to bo desired in tho way of ex- Â¬ at Sakhalin havo no choice All tho pression but it shows a creditable effort domestics must como from the material to master tho difficulties of a foreign thoy havo aud if you take a thief ho is tongno It runs For Salo by prlvato contract with almost always sure to stay a thief whilo a murderer may bo n very nice kind of out roservo 4 Ponies Cavendish Tag a person Thoy did that kind of thing Sally and a whito Griffin Tho a first among themselves nnd I dont waut auy named ponlos aro qui to hacks and will better men than somo of those that were carry a Lady also a Dinghy with mast Bulletin Amer- Â¬ sails and oars complete sent thoro for murder ican Geographical Society Tent Fins When You Take Your Vacation Tent pins uro mostly mado of whito the most necessary article to have with oak Thoy must bo of tough wood to you after your pocket book is a bottle stand tho hard knocks to which thoy in lengths subjected Thoy of Foleys Colic Ouro It is an absolute aro10 nnd 24 inches aro madohard wood Made of of prevention or euro of all derangements as thoy aro they aro yot liablo to bo of the bowels caused by a change of wat- broken und thoy aro also lost Even in er You are likely to need it A R peaco tho consumption of tout plus is Haynes considerable A manufacturer of tents Fisher Glovfrpirt Gordon Pdtesvllli R A Hhellmnn Stephens might carry in stock 6000 or 10000 tent plus Iu war times tho demand is port E A Witt Hardlnsburg Liko many othor of courso far groater manufactured artiolesof wood tent pins Uow to ltelleve Neuralgia are mado in tho west iu factories in Facial nournlgia yields quickly in proximity to tho forests whenco the most instances to tho following treat Â¬ supplies of wood aro drawn Now ment Heat a soapstouo or flatirou hot York Sun roll it iu a cloth wot the hot b Wo with Too Much For the UorrUter hot water und turn on it a toaspoonfnl Counsel for the dofouse had ploadod Lay tho faoo of osseuoo of peppermint with such earnest and pathetio elo- Â¬ against this Cover the head with flan quence on behalf of his cllont who stood nel und go to sloop charged with pocket picking that the Uow to Cook Cair Head audionco was moved to tears aud tho Boll ono half of a calfs head ono pribouor himsolf was rubbing his eyes At that mo Â¬ small oniou in which stick thrco cloves with a silk handkorchiof ono carrot sliced and ouo bay leaf iu ment tho barrister happening to glance thrco quarts of water When tender ro- - iu his direction suddenly stopped in hla Why tho ras move tho head strain tho stock aud sot speech aud exclaimed Louasido to cool Brown ono tablespoouf ul cal is usiug my handkerchief I of butter and ouo of flour iu tho chafing don Tit Bits dish add one quart of stock tho skiu Tho ChinebO divido tho day into 19 and tougnoof tho calfs head out iudico When boiling hot turn into a tureen parts of two hours each The Italians over throo slices of lemon two hard reckon 34 hours round instead of two boiled eggs sliced the juico of ouo half divisions of 13 hours each as wo da lemon one teaspoonfnl of salt and one It is said to be aonrionsoirenmatanee teaapoonful of WofceatersMira sauce that some of the most important inven Â¬ tions have been made by lunatic Mew ta Prepare Oatm Paree To 1 JJ capful of onions boiled aad Theedltor of the Evans City Pa robbed through a sieve add one tbiid of Qn Mlnnta Coash Onre a osp of cream the yolks of two eggs Glob writ Beat togntner I rightly Rented It wired ny nlldren 8nlt and pepper to tat tnoroagalT and ribenrbefaw serving after all other rewadiea failed It enres svnannnnBannnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnannnMBnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnl ongha okkand M throat and lung mm troabknv Mtonlt Cdwgti Cur Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jlcso nwsott Run mrDown J iiuaicr i -- Wert TcstlHca 1 UH GEO YEAKEL GOS 10c fvvvvV7 4 198 50 Tow 5c 75 pes Lawns Organ dies Crepo Mulls were sold at 10c and 15c as long as they last at abovo prico 3c price 100 pes Lawns and C i Hoe Worth 5c Come quick wont last long i Linen Suits nicely made good thing for hot weather Sizos 34 to 43 Hartshorn window shades com Â¬ plete with fixtures Worth double the 25 pairs r pRaNKTrVWrBB GramirwMo July 2 13M Dr M M Ftunxb Predonla N Y Dear Sir I was run down tired out bil- Â¬ ious bad no appetite poor sleep dizzy dull and bod constant headache Tho first relief I got was from your Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic One bottle brought complete euro I was thus able to recommend It and I have since sold a Croat deal The lost bottle 1 sold cured a woman of palpitation of the heart and chronic Inflammation of neck of bladder Bho had smothering spoils from hor heart and had to got up many times of a night Tho ons bottlo cured her completely ot the S diseases I never knew this modlclna to fall wherever It vras used 9 AnfVh Wool VcrtTR OhirlrftnnnTifl n11 nnnntrv nrnrltino nr rWrrlmor mnrlrnf nrlnx Geo Yeakel for our Specials from time to time Co Brandenburg Ky mfaA--x- m Daviess County Farms FTE- SEND US - OHARLES Ntit O MARTIN Prescription Pharmacist V FOR SALE Dlvirjs where you can get the htghett market price for your cormlalks corn tobacco If you wint to farm profitably 30 Â¬ TAGS come to door above Payne Cos Cloverport TO CURE WRINKLES How to Ketnove the Marks of Age and Care From the Countenance wheat tomatoes potatoes and sweet com We have a cellulose factory that buyi all the cornstalks a canning factory that buys all the tomatoes peas sweet corn and beans that ate brought to Ihcm Owensboro Greenville And 5jCents in Postage Wrinklos aro creases in tho skin tho result of a loss of natural elasticity of tho skin and of the habitual retention of tho part in a particular attitude says Tho Voice Wrinklos nro to tho physician a valuablo means of diagnosis For oxainplo wrinkles across tho ccutor of tho body in front indicnto n habitual stooped position in Bitting Two or throo very deep wrinklos aro not infre quently found Such wrinkles as theso howover aro seldom tho sourco of solio itudo on tho part of tho patient Tho wrinklos that tho pbysloiau is usually called upon to euro aro those of tho faco Theso wrinkles also aro iudlo ativo of habitual nttitudos mid tho faco being tho organ of expression tho facial nttitndo or expression applios to n corresponding attitudo of mind For cxamplo ouo class of wrinkled indicates a habitual mental attitudo of worry another a habitual expression of worn another nmiability another hato eta From this it appears that wrinkles at least wrinkles of tho faco and in fact tho samo is truo of all wrinkles nro moro than skin deep and involvo not only tho body but tho character Tho euro of wrinklos then is a mat tor which first of all concerns tho character The habitual attitudo of mind which has loft its mark upon tho skin in tho shnpa of wrinklos must bo changed It must bo replaced by n mental attitudo of a marked character For oxamplo in tho case of u faco marred by wrinklos produced by a scowling expression tho skin inuBt bo smoothed out by tho cultivation of an opposite stato of mind by which means tho muscles of expression will bo made to pull tho skin into such a shapo that tho undosirublo chnrnctor marks will disappour In short unpleasant wrinkles must bo got rid of by the cultivation of wrinklos of an opposite charnotor Much can bo douo by tho aid of mas sago to restore tho flexibility of tho skin and to strotoh and draw tho facial cov- Â¬ ering into a moro desirable form Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We have a large number of good firms in Daviess county lor sale all over the county from I to so miles from Owensboro the county seat We will sell you Improved or unimproved land from lo to 95 per cent cheiper than any one cite And sell it on easy terms that will suit you Send for our i8y8 Hit of Daviess county faims just nut and we will mail you Williams 314 i Little Third Street A Nice Cap FREE NO ADVERTISEMENT ON IT i Send 111c This Offer Ceases September 1st 1898 And I Avill Send you packed in a plain box one gallon Old Goon Hollow Trade THE T t N Whisky None Purer None Finer SIMON Second I OWE I N and Main JONES Louisville r n v s I t Mark LEADING GREENVILLE TOBAGCO OE THE WORLD -- i i V Q Babbage I 1 1 Uow to Droll Chicken m la Delmonleo Procuro two very flno tender spring Will Act as I 1 5 chickons singo draw wipo noatly nnd cut tho heads off thon split thorn without separating and placo them on a dish Season with a pinch of salt half a piuch of popper and ono tublcspoonfnl of swoot oil Turn thorn woll iu tho sea soning Pnt them to broil for nine min Â¬ utes on caoh side Prepare small tousts on a hot dish Arrango tho two broiled chickons ovor spread half a gill of mni tro dhotol butter on tho top nnd deco rnto with six thin slices of broiled bacon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Administrator Guardian Assignee Etc Twenty Years perience ExÂ¬ Gilmore Bros Company INCORPORA TED 0 Owensboro 1B46 Ono of Kentucky woe LOGAN COLLEGE KY the Best Buildings in the State Well equipped Faculty from the great schools of this country and Europe flow to Prevent Paralysis Threatened paralysis is not a thing to bo very greatly afraid of Paralysis gen erally docs not threaten but makes its appcarunco without threatening and Paralysis is not without warning horeditary but thoro may bo a hered itary tendency to certain forms of paralysis Tho only way to euro a tendeuoy to disonso is to build up and fortify tho gonorul health in ovory way possible It is not host to live iu constant fear of a parulytio stroko or somotbing of that tort as this will bo a vory ofllciont moans of bringing to pass tho very thing apprehended Numb sensations tingling sensations eta nro seldom precursors of paralysis although often thought to bo such Thoy are usually tho result simply of disordered digestion giving risa to disturbance of tho sympathetic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Settling Estates All Legal Matters Given Prompt 5 RUSSELVILLE A G MURPHY President t Hi 1 SJSSSgS3SSSSsfeS4S Agent or Branch Manager WANTED SALARY COMMISSION In every city or town H Attention DCsXXSSxS w w HUNTER TAILORING CO 5X5 BANK or HARDIESBITRG F BEAKO President WILL M1LLKU Vlrt lroalilent M II IJEAltD Cast 11 xsts HhlrtHiuidlMucUlntoHhcH f PANTS S3 OO TOSS OO fr nn Truman r j t s f Made to J IU Fit Giinrnntecd and gur- incuts kept iu repair E lor one vearor ciiviiai Ilttu oJTo and i MI 41 Samples and self measure blanks sent by mail norva Ssfty Comfort i I How to Ilake Turnip Wash and peel ono largo turnip slice and leavo in cold water two hours Then boll In salted water till toudor Drain lay in tho baking dish and dust with powdered crackor crumbs Pour ovor this awhitobauoo mado us follows Put in a saucepan ono heaping tea spoonful of butter and ouo of flour nud stir until it boils Add ono half pint of milk taking caro to stir till it is woll blended Crown tho turnips in a vory lr Mr WITTS ISA i MORRIS R MIOtTV KSKRTIHIV W STORE iLouisie Fsit Evassville IHTFR n TF nEnT3 Packet Line Melt Line lJetweea 1 1 i ii hot ovon How to Make Violet Jellr Websters International Succeuvr ift lit Vnabridattl The One Great Standard Authority Kowrlbsllon liJ lirewr Jmilrul M supreme Court KWHXXKWOOCOOOOCCKXX FIXTURE IN HARDINSBURG Everjhotiy knows Witts Store It contains the best and purest line of drugs ami Oimtial Merchandise in thld district Louisville and Evansville STKAMKKH 11 m iloko a pint and a half of clear lemon Use any gola tin preferred Have jolly a bunch of deep colored violots pick out tho perfect ouos Rinso a mold in water and stand on cracked ice Pour a half inch of jelly on the bottom aud let stand until partly set then carefully insert in the thickening jelly a number of tho violots Havo them upright but remember that when thoy aro served their positions will bo reversed When the layer Is quite firm add a second inserting tho violets as beforo and bo continue until tho jelly 1b used This should be prepared the morning it is served so as to guard again change in tho color of violet petals The OhW Burgees of Mlleebnrg Pa rly Risers are tho ays Do Witts Little beet pila He aver need in hie family daring forty yean of hoase keenlnv Thoy atiN constipation tick beadatna Small trouble and toaoh and in aiat bwi great la Ntulta Dictionary Htttmlurt lMrthan in our I Mai E G RAGON P M Ktso Master W A Ulihop Purser TAEASOON D L Peuny Msiter L T Conner Purser Printline ultlxir Bflotl Huiirem t 8 L2B StssssssssBUU Iirm1 uiirunnuuiuFr Hikooltwuks nu HNEST GOODS TELL CITY R II UsIIsrJ Mister W B Newbell CeHiiiteHflcH lTt ut HuwrtiiinilnU if Hi houU olkue rrr1 ilnUjiiult1itrWHoiUiri UUlltHll Himllw Wrmly HONEST PRICES HONEST DEALINGS Aro the Inducements of fnr il to ptronli this en Purser P D STAGGS TOHtr Z0 8 a i r Hi C Siricit MriiHm CeIHtllithrH HprlHuHeM Mas travhr Hliulsr ir Jrwloiial luuu aiiU slf rliiailor utyc4 m on iplicToit to Invaluableem tiouwliolil wiuiuui iiiiuiurr to tnhlielunf nt aud they havo boon in vogun ever since tho Morn started i AU suUxntle Websters Dtctlsrlee lulenuMoiuu IHMou- trfcttfiiumte t WtMtrt ry tu tht Miilimt alus Wr wlwemirt on lit i rum vuvrr iwwhih m btiybur smsH so ceHsd lyr WITTS HARDINsSBURQ E A Dally except Bstsrdey beiweea LobIstIU and liew Amsterdam Vretjfet eblrpedby tH Itae UHt4 qttkAt K than by rail Traveler will And tbe tWaasen are tww faeed la equtpweflt and tmssawsisarteui Tlte beet wliMry cm eafloyeJ 4 be bmh k aeul to tkat f akt beet bUs Oessfal U aad IK 4b Avm u Lefile O oM BLPKMtY Mi WWIITK - KY fill- - V WlttlAMta T P A ntovrtwtttaf 0KWOOOOO00000t Ky 4 Breckenridce News WEDNESDAY JULY 27 1898 THEl BRjeKHNBLIEKM WHY SHOULD WE BE HONEST 2 Because honesty is the bfst policy somebody will doubtless say I itlrwd the above is one good reason but suppose circumstances arise in which dishuupsty Wo should be sincere aid hornet not would be even a better policy what then to gain applause wealth or any other advantage hut solely to retain our own self respect and happiness Let others deride and sneer at you still if yon feel that you have done your part as well as you could considering all cirtuimtauces you have within you a most powerful ally who like the proverbial raindrop will NV8 the Kidnys and Bladder OIaOYKRIPORIS KY B O ir V SAVED OUR LIFE Do Not Neglect W Wt The Right Kind of a Friend I was porlouely allllcted with a cougti for Bevprnl years and last fall had a more severe cimgh than over before I have used many remedies without receiving much relief and boing recommended to try a bottlo of Clmmberlnlns Cough Remedy by a friend who knowing me to bo a p tor widow gave It to me I tried it with the moat gratifying results Tbo first bottle relieved mo very much and the second bottlo han absolutely cured me I have not had as good health for twenty years Mrs Mary E Beard For sale by A It Claremore Ark Fislior Cloverport and II A Shelltnan Stephensport Qood Things INew York Press A Beautiful Trains leave Ixnikivllle m follow ti3b tasjljb O S W KAlLWAY CinclnsfHl I bU Ixrok nd lh No to No 16 wm mmi u Starting with one car and a funeral car at that the Pullman Palace Car Company in 33 years laid aside a surplus of 24000000 which was divided a few days ago botween the stockholders How curious it all seems Pullmans hearse on the rail brought him great fortune yet he disinherited his Uo sons It has always been a superstition that hearses brought ill luck Another auiar ing success was Edison Electric which went begging at 45 A broker of my ac- Â¬ quaintance bought 20 shares for JlK0 and sold 10 of them a year later for Bell Telephone stock started at 30000 a low price but went to 200 and made many rich There is no end of these good things Tried and True Thousands have tried Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin for constipation Indiges- Â¬ tion and sick headache and have it true to the claim made for it viz that it is the best remedy now before tho good people for the relief of stomach troubles Trial size 10c large siza 50c aud 100 of Cliaa C Martin OVER SIX MILLIONS Letters Alleged Losses Deal In the Big Wheat WUG Ciiicaco July 22 The borrowing of 3000000 by Levi Z Leiter from tho Northwestern Mutual Life Insuiance company and the sale of the Madison aud State street corner for 2100000 are taken by the board of trade to represent the amount that was sunk in Joseph Iters wheat deal One prominent member of the board ho is pretty well posted said that the V loss would undoubtedly be in the neigh Â¬ borhood of 5500000 This is in addi Â¬ tion to the 1000000 which Joe was popularly supposed to bo worth before he i ecame ambitious to become tho rival of J D Armour so that the total losses crowing out of the great deal will be about 0500000 The exact amount is carefully with eld by theaVters but this estimate is i beHeyfleblotie near the amount gtiPlTisaid In board of trade circles that several brokers are complaining because their commissions have not been paid by Leiter pere Joe is now in New York and there is a story that he and his father had called quits Â¬ Thousands o persons have been of piles by using DeWitts Witch Salve It heals promptly aud eczsma and all skin diseases It Immediate relief cured Hazel cures gives Organized at Frankfort The Kentucky Press Association was organized at Frankfort in January 18GJ by the election of the distinguished George I Prentice as president The present president Mr H E Woolfolk makes the fourteenth president the as- Â¬ sociation has had iu tl e following order 1800 George 1 Prentice 1870 W N Halden an 1870 80 8 Stoddard Johnson 1888 J W Hopper 1888 E Polk Johnson 1800 Urey Woodson 1891 II A Sommers 18920 M Meacham 1893 Sam J Roberts 1804 1 II Nail 1895 John A Bell 180C Ben D Kinso 1897 L W Gaines 189S H E Woolfolk n THE NEW WAY T70MEN used to think fe- Â¬ rn a lo diseases could only bs treated after lo cal examina Â¬ tions by physi- Â¬ Dread of cians such treatment kept thousands of modest women silent about their suffering The In Â¬ troduction of Wlno of Cardul has now demon strate that nine tenths or all the casea of menstrual disorders do net require a physicians attention at all Tho simple pure WtaeSSwM I takan In tho privacy of a woman own home Insures quick relief and Women need not speedy cure hesitate now Wlno of Cardul re-humiliating examlna no aulrcsfor Its adoption It cures any disease that comes under the head disordered of female troubles menses falling of tho womb whites change of life It makes women beautiful by making them well It keeps them young by 100 at keeping them healthy tho drug store Tot advlca In eMraoHons steadily undermine all prejudice and compel even enemies to admire you The hypocrite begins by cheating bis fellow men but feeling mean and Bmall in conse- Â¬ quence thereof ho lies to himself hunts up excuses and in the end believes what he should know Is not true When once thoroughly committed to his despicable course hn naturally begins to lie to God and sends his selfish prayers above hopÂ¬ ing thereby to avert the wrath of heaven The hypycrite Is like a shallow stream intended to deceivo but being transparent like the latter the unpromising bottom Is always in sight That greatest of philosophers Jesus Christ who left us tbo unexcelled parable of tho rich man the camel and the needles eye also recorded his opinion of tho hypocrite It you desire to live happy retain your self regard by Bitting in judgment over every act of your own and by being lenient with your neighbor The hypocrite really despiseshlmself or else he would care lens for the opinions of his fellow men He unlike the wise and good fears solitude knowing by intuition that he is in questionable company if left alono Self respect can no more dwell with treachery and simulation than light with darkness When the one arrives the other must go and unlesa we start out right while young the chances are that darkness will triumph Too Tired to Work Washington with his little hatchet was as bad a boy as any of us but light and Mnlaganians do not want to bo both- Â¬ self respect were firmly entrenched In his heart He dared to tell the truth let us ered or improved Thoy want to be lot do likewise alono Thoy noither wolcomo you when you como nor speed you whon you go Teachers Instituto at Hardinsburg last Thoy nro indifferent whioh you da You HERES THE RECORD week may pay your bill to tho doy if you liko or leave it if you had rather wait No Mrs Lewis Ritchie and daughter What Our Navy Did To the Spanish Clara ot Willowdalr are visiting In this body will touch a coin or a valuablo if you leave it on your table but if you Armada vicinity loso a pencil or an eyeglass no ono will Mrs Tom Burch nnd children of over find it It is too much trouble Beginning with May 1 or ten dava Loutsvillo are visiting relatives at this Never hopo to havo lettors forwarded for you will boo thorn no more and fow niter the war began says the New York place Mr Joo Blair visited iu Hardin county registered parcels escape tho post entire Sun the American navy has met tho A year ago for wo wintered thcro navy of Spain with the following result this week nnd was accompanied home twico I wanted to send a telegram aud enemy by his niece to tho wont to the principal office Malaga is DESTROYED AT MANILA P F Noel county attorney and Squire fourth or fifth in importance among James Bryant wero here Saturday to Spanish towns Tho offlco was only Reina Criitina open twico a day for an hour or two at uaiiuis hold court Don Antonio tie Ulloa a time Not a olerk could speak any Â¬ Isle de Luron Mrs D W Burch and Mrs Luther thing Iile de Juba but Spanish so I had to go back General I czo Cruisers Gunboati Alverson were tho guests of Mrs Bev Â¬ to tho hotel for tho interpreter to trans Marques del Duero erly Mattingly Tuesday HI Cano lato my mossago When I returned with Velaicn it I wanted a noto for 25 pesetas Mrs Luther Alverson and mother Itla dc Mlndanio transport One other ship not named francs changed All the clerks at all Mrs Alverson of Brandenburg were tho pigeonholos were very kind and DKSTHOYKD AT SANTIAGO guests of John Edmunds family civil and sinokod cigarettes whilo they the Vlicava Thursday Cristobal Colon looked for change But tho wholo ofilco Armored Cruisers Oqueido could not mnstor it bo I was loft to pay Maria leress A Good Memory uoxt time It is as a llfo apart altoPuror Torpedo Boats lluton oteu saves money and also good health gether Spectator DiSTROVKD AT HAVANA If you are troubled with constipation Cruiser AlphonsoXII Dont Stop Him indigestion or any form of stomach trouAt San Juan the torpedo boat Terror ble remember to take home a bottle ol Ho has a bad attack of colic and Is was disabled by the St Paul the cruiser Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin aud health making for A R FiBher Cloverport R Gordon atepheusport Reina Mercedes destined by the Span Â¬ will be restored to you Trial eizd 10c A Shellms Haynes Pateavllle E A Witts liar to be sunk in Santiago channel was 10 doses 10c large size 50s and 100 Ol dlnsburg drug store after a bottle ol iards sunk by the Texas beforo she could be Clias C Martin Foleys Colic Cure 25c brought to the desired spot and several Had to Iluitle For a Captain small craft have been disabled or cap- Â¬ PidGAH Jndgo Gcorgo E Mnnn tolls tho fol r tured lowing story nbout tho Second com Â¬ Against this the only serious damage Mr J A Ross and wilo are at the Tar pany of tho Richmond Howitzer batdone to our ships we believe was the Springs talion All the boys who wanted to bo disabling of a gun on the Baltimore officers had boon taken caro of and tho Mrs A A Lahlst nnd family are others preferred to be privntes Our Another side of our experience will still rusticating at the Tar Springs first captain was Goorgo W Randolph light a epttrk ol satisfaction in the breasts Miss Flora Ryan Is visiting Mis FUle who was afterward secretary of war of of those whose sympathies cannot be tho Confederate states Ho was succeed We havu Hambleton at Tar Springs this weok roused by actual hostilities Mrs J B Horn accompanied by sev- Â¬ ed by John Thompson Brown who wns fought the element of mystery and un- Â¬ afterward mado a colonel of artillery certainty out of our warships Those eral young ladies from Ensor Ky are at Then wo tried to elect a captain but uouo of tho boys would havo it Thoy ponderous structures of endlessly com- Â¬ Tar Springs There will be an ice cream supper at wont out to fight and were content to be plicated machinery subject to strains of internal power have come through the C B Hambletons itt Tar Springs Satur- Â¬ privates Tho duties of captain were onerous and none of them cared to ac- Â¬ ordeal of practical use unscathed The day night July 30 cept Wo had to get a captain from an Â¬ modern battleship which pessimistic Mrs Eva Hambleton aud Pearl Esk other company Galveston News peace worshippers predicted would be ridgo are visiting their mother Mrs Â¬ its own worst foe and would destroy it Riley Hawkins this week The Illciilr Gifted Cow self by its own unbearable energies is a It is Bald that something bordering Mrs Struken Mrs Whltlew Mrs on tho miraculous has lately happened vessel not only of tremendons effective- Â¬ Grow of Evansyille who havo been at nt Tickton a village in Yorkshire A ness but of great endurance Even our the Tar Springs the past week have re- farmer bought what ho thought was a 13 inch guns unmatched for sir o in mod- Â¬ turned home drinking trough for his cattle which ern fleets are all in good working order did very well for all his Btock but one after many bombardments Boh Moore ol LaFayette Ind says and this was a cow that never would All this to the world at large is im- Â¬ that for constipation ho has found De drink from it This causing some incon- Â¬ pressive to machinists it is inspiring to Witts Little Early Risers to bo perfect venience tho farmer mentioned it un our navy it is honorable and to Ameri- Â¬ They never gripe Try them for Btom til tho fact camo to tbo cars of a local antiquary who on examination pro Â¬ can commerce and prosperity it will bo ach and liver troubles nounced tho supposed trough to bo a useful font and further research showed that A Daring Horseman it had onco stood in tho village church The day beforo General Leo surren- Â¬ It has now been recovered aud replaced Beats The Klondike dered taid n Confederate officer English Country Newspaper Mr A O Thomas of Marysvllle Tex crossed Sailors creek a small BtrcamI bun found a more valuable discovery in Prince Edward county Va which Attention Old 8oldiers tnan has yet been made in tho Klondike follows tho track of tho Richmond nnd The manufacturers have instructed A For years he suffered untold agony from Danville railroad and empties into tho consumption accompanied by hemorrh- Â¬ Appomattox river Thoro was only a R Fisher Cloverport R A Shelltnan Haynes Pateaages and was absolutely cured by Dr handful of my company loft and us I Stephensport Gordon Kings New Discovery for consumption reached tho summit of the hill which vllle E A Witt Hardinsburg to give coughs and colds He declares that gold skirts its eastern bank I turned to see if a bottle of -- 5c size of Foleys Colio Cure tho Fedorals who had boon hotly pur Â¬ free to the first soldier of the ciyil war I ot little value in comparison with this suing us wero in viow As I did so I marvelous cure would havo it even if observed a man wearing tho uniform of that applies for same It is tho great cost a hundred dollars a bottle a Confedoroto officer ride slowly along remedy for Chronic Diarrhoea Cramp it Colic and all Bowel complaints Asthma Bronchitis and all throat and tho precipitous sido of tho stream oppo lung affections are positively cured by site us and evidently searching for a AtlMiiInc Ilcflnenient Jr Kings New Discovery for consump- Â¬ crossingthis moment a long stool tipped At Charles Dudley Wurjtor wns onco tion Trial bottles free at Short k Hay bluo lino of Federal infantry crowned talking informally to tho btudents of lies drug store Regular size 50 cents tho hill ubovo in full viow and withiu tho Art IeuguoinNuw York on Hefluo and 100 Guaranteed to cure or price easy range of tho horseman Apparent input reluuded ly abandoning all hope of escape the Aud how may ono best uttain to latter turned and rodo directly toward this ideal of rolluemcutr asked ono The Qraphophone At an Entertainer tho euotuys Una As wo watched him young num Sir Wurunr stroked his whiskers Science through thegraphophone has breathless with anxiety lest the signal made it possible for one to have in his of surrender should bo too long delayed very earnestly for a spneo but this was home at any time reproduction of music ho suddoiily whoolod nbout put spurs tho utmost ho could find of encourage to his horse and dashing down tho de ment A very good wuy is to inherit of any kind In fact every pleasure that clivity cleared tho Btrcam with abound it appeals to the Bense of bearing Is placed Not a shot was fired at tho bold rider at the command of the owner of a As ho reached tlio opposite hank a spon DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Cures Piles Scalds Burns Graphophone and at small expense On taneous shout wont up from tho wholo a Graphophone ono can make records of lino a generous tribute from tho bravo MSI DR CALDWELLS his owu words or songs nnd reproduce to tho bravo A moment afterward the Confedorato was in tho midst of us nnd Â¬ SI them immediately aud as often as desir DIOESTION ed This can b done only on talking we recognized in him General James A Walker tho commander of tho old machines manufactured under the graph Â¬ Stonowall brigade Philadelphia ophone patents Endless variety of en Â¬ Timoa Catalogues tertainment la thus afforded OU can be obtained by writing to tho Colum- A Hint to Those Who Haye Bowel HICMEZTlt stN lilfcrtAM I a n J a miswjaAinsaMffiiA Complaint bia Phouograph Company No 010 Penn illWHIMI CVL1blKCiMtfAWCIlU1CtMlJt jUst trat hi kffUM sfttxvVaS ttoM ike rmt UkWiamtij sylvania Ave Washington D C Mai tjMf FlujKlJ UaraotfcttAJi irwUgalijIMWjfcl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Disorder of these important organs causes Brlghts disease rheumatism pain in the back dropsy and other troubles Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your kidneys and bladdor hoforo you realize that anything serious is the matter Ofton these organs pro neglected until that awful malady Brlghts disease lias fastened upon you and death awaits its victim Many miraculous cures have been wrought by a courso of treatment with Dr Davis Kidnoy Tablets Theso tablets are pat up in the shape ot a kid Â¬ noy bean and tho formula has been pro- Â¬ nounced by the best physicians of mod Â¬ ern times to bo the most direct in action on the kidnoys of any remedy known to medical science You can oat these tab lets aa you would candy Send for free booklet on kidney diseases Sold by nil druggists or sent on receipt of price 50 cents and 1 DrNO Davis Ind Frankfort BA tSn Present NDDUMMlBffSSIUMtDNCE FREE for a few month ts all users of the NnQ celebrated ELASTIC STARCH Flatlroa Brand To induce you to try this brand of starch so that you may find out for yourself that all claims for its suneriorltv and econ omy are true the makers have had prepared It wwfc rfcvv niei GAME PLAQUES exact reproductions of the 10000 originals by Muvllle which will be gives 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 manner specified The subjects are American Wild Ducks American Pheasant English Quail English SHlpe The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life Each Plaque is bordered with a band of gold Ly tQlsvlll 35nl SjM 6 45am II jam Ar Cincinnati n 15am JS5PW Ar Columbus 8 5pm Ar Iittiburg 6joaai Ar Washington Ar Baltimore to ijm Ar Philadelphia I jonn Ar New York 5J4T Ar Ilotton joocm Nrsln No if has elesrant Pullman Buffet tarr Car to Cincinnati and Orawlrg room Sliwiir ami dining cars Clnfinmtl to Wathlngton Banhnote Phlladlphla and New York without chaege Train No IS has elrgant Pullman Parlor Car is Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room aad sMntag cars Cincinnati to New York without chaaf Train No so has sttepers to Cincinnati seen 9 oclock to receive passengers Lents SsrlsiSeW antl Hie Wtwi No 18 No so Xe44 Lv LoulivlH gljtm gaepm 135am Ar St I oui 640pm l3onn f ma Ar Springfield 840pm 9aaa North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 l a at Xi4 Z I St j Charlestown accorahiodatloa leaves at i je p except Sunday Trams No 16 to and 44 have elegant day coach daily PullmanparlorandslecplngCaMtoStLeals THA1NS ARRIVE From East 7 sj am Is is noon 04O p jm S am ELASTIC STARCH lias been the 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 Prom West y c a m is ij p m 6 40 p as City Ticket office southeast corner Feortn aiid Main streets Depot Seventh and rivw For detail Information recardlng rate state Connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars esc address US BROWNi Ky District Pass A Ticket Agent B O S W 4U1 and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHUSSnROUGH General Pauenger Aernt Clnclnnart 0W toam -- iu y How To Got Thorn Alt porcbaiers of three 10 cent or Flat Iron Brand nroontltlod to ro ccIto from their grocer one of tbcto beautiful asm PUquei free The ptaqnes will not be lent br mail They can be obtained only from joar srocer Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch Do not delay This offer Is for a abort time only OeneralPassener Agent Cindanatl OB WARLjAsilsUBt OWe tlz Scent packarea ot Elaatle Btarch Henderson Eout LouitTille BesefHQ blM tr Tk No C I Tins Canl East Hound Ly St Louis vansvllle Henderson SpotUvflle 1 Owensboro aweivai la Effect Mad 20 TtsVm 1ir 1H1S HD SEODLD INTEREST EfEBTBODT 11U V 9 III If ff I WW J We extract tectb mane a goou set Teeth filled with Teeth filled with Teeth filled with Because it is placed here by the NEW Y0RK DENTAL PARLORS Stephensport Irvinirlon 1 Ilraiidenhurg ArrLoultvill West Hound Louisville Brandenburg Irylngton H Stephensport Cloverport Ilawesvlllo Owensboro Spottsviile Henderson Evansvlll ArrbL Louis cloverprt 9 II 6 45 1007 1041 11 12 12S5pm 4s No 44 No 44 ToOsm 7spm 66am SMpm Uim 246 3 14 7H 738 37 316 8 IS 406 34i 4 40 6 08 8 21 4 AS 522 6 03 745 No 4 43 6 10 635 667 617 1 SJ 25 cents without pain for tue benefit of the public that they may know where to go to get the best dental worlc at the very lowest price m ouu 75 50 100 No 8 61 41 Nn 45 8S3fiM 9 hi 96B 10 Iv 7f0in 9 61 1011 jMjBiB TPfTU WlTHOU 915 80pm 0W 01 aniuciai iccta tor sold and platinum alloy fP ATES ltlSS 1185 12 1 amalam pure eold 1217pm 40 15 643 7 20 739 804 915 947 10 10 10 40 1088 1068 1148 l 1228am 1345 1 15 732 730 and up A guarantee given with CTery filling-- We have been etabllihed in rouisville for over ten years Can give reference from best professional and business men in the city Remember the New York Dental Parlors 542 Fourth C ffe Ua Make but get In the right place B Our system of making gold AY crown noJmJi2e worlc or teeth without plates is the best known to the profession bridge AMt reoplefromabroadcancotuelnthemoniingnndwcartheirnewteethhomesameday St Louisville Ky A I trains ran through Solid n HvnoML Through parlor cars and Pullman aleepcru on all trains between St Louis Bvantville and Louis Â¬ ville Numbers 41 and 2 connect at lnrineton for Fordsvllle and Hardinsburg daily except Sunday H C MOKDUE A O P A Louisville Ky L II St L fly Fotdsviile 10 Erck dO RATES Thmostcentrllu locate TIMH TABLE N TAKING Daily I EFFECT MAY 1887 I West Bound Trains ex Sun ex Sun Dally iiti Bound Train No5 Nol STATU VS exSutucaSar No 3 Wo Pally Dally 1060am 1126 1140 1147 1165 12 10m Iv E I0HNS0N ISMfllHHS1MillMllwil llardlnsbure Junction Kirk Ulendcane Dempster Irvinirton Ar 9o6m Garfield 8 80 Itemed 741 Junction 7 7 27 7 17 1225 ITjiipS loUISVlLLE Ky 12 12S5 65 ifiinMw AAaeaMiataaMMNMnWiMBMMMHMavaniMBB9B9BSJ 105 130 145 165 2 05 860 638 630 arPallsRoug hlv 6ttr Dempster 644 Jolly 708 215 230 llockvale Huth Asklns Oaks Mitchell 6 38 5 fl 5 It 6jG jS- - WILLARD W S MILLER HOTEL Jr Mgr PTP TSiaM8r1- 25pn - ArPnrdsvilleLv 6 88am Leilsillle HeidersoiStLiiltlfCi 3STO Rates200 and 250 Best House in TIME SCHSDULI Tttfciugr 4 eifeet Stir Louisville M WO 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mental soloists lhereli 637 6 40 648 668 600 608 618 636 SS3 M69 8 21 l BrsyVdeaburg Howard Wlllowdalc Rock Haven Long Branch Irvlnrtou Weito4st Sastea 738 THETWICK AWKKK COURIKnJOURNAL is a Democratic paper of six or eight pKs Ituied Wednesday nd Saturday of inch week The Wednesday issue print all the clean news and Ihe Saturday Issue prints storler MUollany Poetry all matters of special interest n the home It Is edited by Henry Watterson 712 943 966 966 1011 1036 43 9 61 748 804 813 818 89 838 848 868 905 916 736 414 026 Pierce Sxxsple Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Hawesville Petri Shop SkUlman Kaloaei YhUr Ixdlburr GrajKfhenes are Tslnter Mamifsrtiiml under the patent of EilUoiiauilslardonKlit Onrriutilliliminl undid rilio worlil forTslkintfalsiklnraauil uuartiT AUtlilao Supplies Write fur analogue- Tanuiii 1111 si Hv WLn Price 50c a Year You get 104 good pipers rf six or eight pages each lor joc-Il- i-S THAN ONK CENT A U26 649 868 166 114 Iwlapirt Powers Paes Owtn there WaKmati IU 93J fM 954ih U IM 186 186am 148pm gat COLUMBIA PU0N06RAPH CO Dtyt 30 lAIKH 13 lax 4 9pevtlf BatseSX 5YRUP PEPSI -- 010 Pennsylvania Avontio Washington P O New York USEFUL PKEMIUMS Ate given club raUers and food sions are allowrd agants Dally Courier Journal i Year Dally and Sunday I Year Sunday alone I Year tvf WfW Its Chicago Paris Philadelphia StLouiH JlufTalo Washington Baltimore pluc commis Â¬ jJAeo S8oe Â¬ Â¬ GREGORY WhtrfBisters CLSVERPfiRT CO KENTUCKY aoo Trains No 41 and 4i IsaVe siaaitAi at t vlnglor daily rscpl Bwsday with ka4r from Hardfculwx aad hiZpk M OnlrKn rtualiw jy4or Las vllle Owensboro and Handerson u to the North and Eatt For furthar kaaValli1 cat on or adds Agents or KfiUe cr k4wi iu Xj Twice-a-Wee- UrfHtst r biliousness constipa- Â¬ tion and all liver and stomach troubles can be quickly cured by using those fa Â¬ mous little pills known as Da Witts Lit- Â¬ tle Early Risers They are pleasant to take and nevergtlpe Sick headache GARRETT Sheriff Lee Hagaa was here Tuesday Dr Miles went to Brandenburg Fri Â¬ day Mr Tom Hamilton of Brandenburg wu here Wednesday Mr John Covins editor of the Press Anthon Inwu says I have used Cham Â¬ berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In my family for tltteen years have recommended it to hundreds of others and have never known It to fall in a single instance For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell man Stephensport ATta Vt 4sa hiW4atJ t4 W MflUM Wlf1 tdiMvWATKltUUrilATIM butiAifiiM Kt4WftfOlltktiAlAwkrlKWMSiiiswaftoA m jfni rvrrum m a sswafcaw a WV sW IBMSVSJO isTTtTS UUeTal fJPTiV IsMtWeflft k 0 M AHA Steamboat Agents Courier Journal And The EXPOOTl FlrVr mbd frffiffiffiS The Chattanooga Madiclna Co W t AMMM MS Ctrj I km WlM of Cardul h sdJrsss rtvUf st mttoms UilM Advisory MtM aw resufelnr SPteUI MfTM Dtmnt ClutuJ Mlflr fa First Ran an at Bank The first ran oil banking institu Â¬ tions iu Loadoa was iu 1847 Many Lombard street goldsmiths and backers had leat out tho money hatrosted to them and being called upon for pay Burnt wore uaaUe to meet tba dutau4 There has bexm a great deal of wheat A orowd of creditors hb StnM assent threshing la this neighborhood to whloh four feld ad a rUH follow battkwswero uauged at NHrtwu doom Mios hthl FaJrUigh of GarMiisvlll bete order eowld ha mmmA atd the U the gOMt ot Dor Funk tbU vmIc Mtonr erediiON that tho Mum MyrtU Qrutekr nttaaititi th ware noi tela wbfOatl J HHunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover- Â¬ port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with At HanKtMd Ftftlllzw l0sl OcsUrs In Doow Sash Blind J 1st tt 6cttAW sjrsjt Cmmm fill Cewpaiy Standard mm Beth one Year PS 125 Yellow lino Floor Ing and Celling Weatlmr Uoanln Shingles Salt Line Cement FhwttiriHjt Laths FjMter Hair Plow UuwiU For Only THE GRANWIST EXfKXAfti except WoridV ZZUA in the Uftitexl HUtm wHhin esiMp tmd takk MMitv of tittifcltkire Miaar rttimin ruriiakaifi fer - nmd M4rial We have made a sptcfal clubbbtg anangnnt with the Twlce atWk Courir owilaiia wi send that paper and cmrs fot the prl to all our aubscrlbw wlw will rww ind say h ad ranee or to all iww ufcrlhr wko wtti pay In sivnce SWinate CourlwuraaJ t nJ own tickwis bsyod OmiA VitllwYB At your kri Tk 0fTallow Hop- uaiCm a el fe OimbK tkkM ai jdwWVw aiiHifffi BowU ttMssM aad iiiWsf IkHiim tatSM AM mdt m ttttr mi U a i - Casper Mar k Co cuunrKiTov ihd OoONsKsft OOMSTlSkTlSll BRC5MWCKiS THBL BRiaOKELNRIDQEL NHW8 GLOYBRPORT KY 5 StTO Rnmifog sort appeared on my leg Mtl spread ovor tho entiro lower pottfoa of tho limb I got lw help from medicine till I tried yevrg 1 was cured by ono bottlo of HENDERSON PERSONAL MENTION Capt John Vest Is in the city visiting relatives M F Popham went to Hawesville Monday aro spending tho summer with her par- Â¬ ents Mr and Mrs D Farnail of Bolrle W Va MORE FIGURES SASXSVKWlSVfV I ROUTE May Soon Own Its Own Road Mrs Into Louisville Saturday Past Year SKETCH OP THIS POPULAR KOAD Tho Henderson Route may soon have its own line into Loulsvlllo At the last few meetings of the board of directors tho project of building from West Point to Louisville has been seriously dis Â¬ cussed and if the roads earnings con tlnue to be as good as they have been during the paRt year it may not be long before the Louisville Henderson and St Louis will own an independent road out of Louisville The road over since it began to oper- Â¬ ate aa tho Loulsvlllo St Louis and Texas has had its line from Went Point to Henderson It at that time came into Louisville from West Point over tbo Chesapeake Ohio and Southwestern and when that road came into the pos session of the Illinois Central a contract was made with tho purchaser to uso the Illinois Central tracks from West Point and also to uso the Illinois Central termi- Â¬ nals in Louisville Just before the Texas went into the hands of a receiver the company had gone so far toward building Into Louisville as to get a right of way and to grade about two thirds of the twenty miles which sepraate West Point and Louls- Â¬ vlllo This right of way crosses at West Point and proceeds through Bullitt county in the general course of the L N When the Texas company was reorganized into the Henderson Route the new company secured the old right of way and now controls the improve- Â¬ ments made by the old company It is believed that when the company builds it will have the backing of the Louisville and Nashvlll with which it Tho Henderson is closely identified Route uses the tracks of the L and N from Evansville to St Louis and if it builds into Louisville it is likely that the Union Depot at Tenth and Broadway Courier Journal will be used also Â¬ Brashear went to West Point family J Hcott Vanco and Its Earnings Vastly Increased the Holts Miuday went to otrsaparHia i BAAO ACKER Cowans Va Breckenridge WEDNESDAY JULY News 27 1898 J L Local Brevities Straff hats at coet Tho Fair ome grown waterlons are on tbe tsarket 86c for ladies tan and black Oxfords Tbe Fair Everyone is rejoicing over Mondays shower Matting and oilcloths very cheap The Blon Jolty of Bewleyvllle was in the city Friday Charley Miller of Hardlnsburg was in the city Saturday Miss Alice Seaton is visiting Mr and Mrs Owen Seaton at Mattlngly Oscar Holder is in tho city with hfl parents Mr aud Mrs Thoe Bolder James Dean and Ernest Robertson of Glendeane were in the city Sunday James R Skillman and sister Eliza Â¬ beth spent Sunday at the Tar Springs Mrs William Beavin is tho gueBt of Mr and Mrs A A Beavin this county Wm Hall of Webster was the guest of his sou Stephen Hall last Saturday Rev I B Timborlake arrived Monday night to be with Charles W Moorman Jr Fair Apples are going at 1 for the fill of the barrel Luscious sugary delicious refreshing f watermelons ulzers JO per cent oil on children and boys clothing The Fair Theft seems to be much sickness throughout the county The tberaonieter registered 05 degrees here Sunday at noon Dainty Oxfords to clothe a dainty foot at bargain prices Sulzers Ladles know a fine shoe when they see it examine Sulzers fine line Fox hunters were out Monday night and they report some interesting chases t i Mr Frank Haswell will occupy De- Huys property on railroad street in the future Mens shoes coin or Globe toes 100 The Fair Jesse Moorman head grocery clerk for Wo Vest Sons is taking a vacation of two weeks MiasCornelis Elder is rapidly improv- Â¬ ing from her injuries sustained at the July 4th picnic Corsets from 35c up The Fair Miss Cornelia Beavin daughter of James Beavin deceased Is reporter very ill with typhoid fever The annual picnic to be given at Andy ville promises to be a grand affair It will take place Saturday For 100 U S bread tags Sulzer will get you either a cup saucer and plate or a cream pitcher and plate Ball and Bat free with boys Suit The ABOVE THE AVERAGE Vaudeville Artists With Prices Show Give a Fair Performance t of Toblusport has NOMINATED FOR CONGRESS had tbe honor of placing the first home grown watermelons on the local market The combine of glassware manufac- Â¬ Dr McMullen of This County tho tures has forced the price upwardB but Populist Candidate fruit and jelly jars are cheaper than ever at Sutlers Dr R H McMullln of tills county I have resumed the practice of medi- Â¬ was nominated by the Populists of the cine Can be readily found or orders Fourth district in convention at Ellza left at Drugstores or Residence B T bethtown on Friday as their candidate Rafferty Dr McMullen is an orator for Congress Charlie Furrow of Holts Bottom was of flue ability and will poll his partys in the city Friday He is developing full vote which is estimated at 6000 in into one- - of that sections prosperous the thirteen counties composing the dis farmers tilct Osen Sanders after several weeks dood Woman Gone stay at Mattiugly with relatives and friends returned Saturday to hs duties Mrs Rachel Johnson aged 73 died is Evansville in Hardin county last week after an ill- Â¬ Mr J Wm Miller and family of ness of several weeks duration of heart Louisville are here spending several trouble She came from a pioneer Maryland months at their country home about family and was a sister of the late George two miles from the city Roderick Ribbons of all shades and widths The Warfleld of Hardin and Dr Warfield of Meade county Fair Fair Kirt Weatherholt Prices floating theater anchored at the lower wharf last Thursday and in the evening tho troupe gave a performance to a crowded house The specialties were rendered by vaudeville artists of more than usual merit the acrobatic work belrg especially fine The Price show is steadily building its reputation up and it is assured of a hearty welcome here when it plajs a re- Â¬ turn engagement Â¬ Mr and Mrs A B Skillman left Sat Â¬ urday for the famous Tar Springs They will spend a month enjoying the water fttcaoBpbere and mountain scenery The summer girl is now in her glory but she wilt be still more glorious if she avails herself of tbe bargains In lawns aad organdies offered at Sulzers Mr and Mrs Tillman Pauley tendered their Mends Saturday evening a most sb joy able party Tbe Furrow boys of Hojt were present and elegant music was rendered for tbe occasion Sdward Tindle has arrived from Lex iBSjiM He will run the barber shop femvrly occupied by Thomas Arnold Sd Mght to be an excellent barber as he kSad varied experience in city shops Lae curtains GOo up The Fair Jehu Berdette of Owensboro was in He came to see his Mm eity Sunday IHebard Burdette whose health is MM te a eriWsal oadltioa It was his visit is eleven years aad in that time a MMMrkabieebaBgewas noticeable Indianas Weatherholt Mr J O ttwMtjr tamer has the distinction of be 4 Um Irat to bring that luclous frul Ibjmb m watermelon Into the mar Â¬ ital H said The crop will be abund Mi mU tbe quality aad flavor surpasses aii pMviotts Mislnfltt Jj wol slta 800 The Fair HajrMr House wll eoatlHue until we will sell ft lust dy Atwt OWtpvtof the following articles as FurniUie wardrobes paod m - obaln stoMt wsrp hone- wUi Ntd oosslorts UwlwU frait eas lard tUabes etc Call ttoc Jaw U you waot BMvalns sJomm - Win your battles against disease by acting promptly One Minute Cough Cure produces immediate results When taken early it prevents consumption and in latter stages it furnishes prompt elief Short Haynes Very Much Oratl fled 8 E Hancock principal of the Prof Oloverport High School came down Fri Â¬ day from Hardlnsburg where he had been attending the Institute He was much pleased with the association and was exceedingly gratified to see so much manifested by the mem Â¬ interest bers He left Saturday for Shopherds ville Tendered a iluslcile The M lasts Alliens A Murray and Anua Hambleton were tendered a musi cale by Miss Lucile Steiratt while the former were visitors at Hawesville last week The young ladies were also ten Â¬ dered a reception by their hosteso Mrs Jacksons orchestra George Bentloy furnished tliH music Mrs Joe Snyder of Stephonsport was registered at the Mitchell Hotel Satur- Â¬ day Ohas Coutz of Louisville spent Sun Â¬ day and Monday with Mr and Mrs J C Nolle Civil Engineer R N Hudson of the Henderson Route went to Henderson Sunday Mrs Olllo Board Muldraugh was the guest of Mrs Joo Seymour tevoral days last week Mrs Silos Harrington was in the city Bevural days last week the guest of her Commencement of Breckenridge daughters Normal College Miss Ruth Haynes returned Monday night from a visit to relatives and friends Splendid Program Enjoyed by a Large at Sample Auklence Fiank Mercer Hardlnsburg and Cor bin Richardson Uuston were in therity Saturday The commencement exercises of the Peter S Miller spent Monday night in Breckenridge Normal College attracted a the city He left for Hawesville and large audience to the courthouse at Har- Â¬ dlnsburg lost Wednesday evening Owonsboro The first number on the program was George Jolly and John Bly two prom- Â¬ The Bonnie Briar in the a charming solo inent farmers of this county were sweetly rendered by Mrs With- Â¬ Bush city Saturday ers assisted by a chorus consisting of the Miss Ella Popham alter a most pleas Misses Irene Board Ida May and Alico ant sojourn in Whltesville returned Baker and Messrs V G Babbage Thos Monday evening Withers and Taylor Beard Hamilton Hennln of tho Cincinnati Persever- Â¬ The graduating address Cooperage Company came down from ance a masterly effort by Howard Hardlnsburg Sunday Beard was listened to with intense inHon Chapeze Wathen of Owensboro terest and evoked applause attorney for the Henderson Route The presentation of diplomas by Prof was in the city iast week Thomas was an interesting event On account of the absenco of one of the Rev Ambrose Beavin of Washington D O is expected this week Ho will Le graduates Lewis Kincheloe who is now a member of the United States army the guest of Father Brey who participated In the battle of Mr Eugene Iglehart of Evansville and Santiago his father who was present will spend several days in tho city the received the diploma gueBt of Mr Orville Skillman The services were of a most enjoyable Hon Robt E Woods of Louisville nature and Mrs Withers who arranged spent Saturday in the city He was the musical feature Is to be congratuhere on professional business lated upon her good taste and success Miss Nellie Board who has been visit Â¬ ing tier aunts Mis Weatherholt and HERES PROQRESS Seymour returned home Saturday Mifses Florence Lewis iulu Harring Â¬ What One Farmer Is Doing In Breck- Â¬ ton Messrs Austin Popham and Ether enridge Halt spent Sunday at the Tar Springs Miss Eflie Swaggot left Sunday for One of tho most successful and Stephensport where she will spend a farmers In Breckenridge county Is Lizzie Hanks week the guest of Miss Dr J H Hart of McDaniel Geo Jungling a former employe at Teu years ago he bought a farm that the shops now located at Evansville was was thought to be worn out for the sum the guest of friends in the city Sunday of 1300 and the wheat crop that he Mr and Mrs Marlon Weatherholt raised on a portion of the farm this year spent Sunday in the county with his par Â¬ will amount in value to the purchase ents Mr and Mrs J H Weatherholt price Dr Hart believes in intensive farm- Â¬ Conrad and Waldo Simons of Toblns port two of that towns most pros ing He does not allow anytblug to go perous farmers were in town Saturday to waste aud instead of farming the Miss Zula Furrow daughter of Mr ground so as to rob it of its productive and Mrs Wayman Furrow of this qualities he builds it up He believes in blood and tho live county is in the city visiting relatives raising represents the Commit stock that he is Augustus Brown Master best strains of the short horn in cat- Â¬ slouer of Breckenridge spent Friday tle and Berkshire aud Poland China in and Saturday in the city on legal busi Â¬ hogs ness The wheat yield on his place this year Miss Mary Holt who has been visiting is sormthtug phenomenal avoraglng i0 her sister Mrs Gus T Lucketi in bushels Owensboro has returned to her homo at Dr Hart is getting ready to erect a Holt large wheat elevator silo and stock barn When completed it will be Mr Geo Dowden and son Geo Bevor combined ley of Brandenburg are in the city the one of the finest buildings of its kind in guest of his daughter Mrs Orville Greg Â¬ Kentucky ory Just In Time Miss Pearl Perrlgo spent Sunday in Stephenspoit with her grandmother Mrs Mondays rain was general and reached Perrlgo who has been very ill for some-Â¬ all parts of the county The preclplta time tlon was quite large and as the water Mrs J B Randall and son Dwlght felllt soaked Into the ground Tbe rain was a blessing to the agricultural interests of this county and had it not come when it did the corn crop would haye been sadly cut off As it Is the rain was IOW are the chil worth thousands of dollars to our people summer dren this and has made everyone happy Are they doing Victor Robertson aud James Dean of Glendeane were In the city Thursday evening Thoy attended Prices Float Â¬ ing Opera Miss Mary Clary alter a threo weeks stay in this city and Brandeuburg with relatives returned Monday night to her home in Decatur Ills Marvin lizard and Charlny Casiiman of Hardlnsburg two of that vicinities prominent young men spent Sunday most delightful y in this city Father Brey went to Cannelton Mon- Â¬ day Ho reports Father Book pastor of the Catholic church there who has been qulto ill with pleurisy as Improving Mis Lucile Sterrett accompanied by Capt J J Hennen and Attorney Ed Kelley of Hawesville were the guests of the Misses Margaret and Elizabeth Bowman Tuesday evening Mr J M Bowers traveling represen tative for the G G Ehrmann Candy company was in the city Saturday He said I can notice a decided chango in business for tho month of July Mrs Caldwell Norton and son Master James Stephens Norton of Louisville spent last week with her parents Mr and Mrs J G StepheuBof Alta Vista Mrs Norton will spend near Addison the remainder of the summer at Petos ky Michigan on account of her health About the Wheat YleM In Breckenridge County The yield of wheat In this county has been something enormous this year and It la exceedingly gratifying to the farm- Â¬ ers A number of prominent arid indus- Â¬ trious farmers were in the city Saturday They were interviewed by the News as to their crops aud gave the following information Henry Jolly had in 10 acres which threshed 2U3 bushels Silas Miller 35 acres realized 636 bushels fiom old land cleared up 76 years Â¬ SULZERS MfANfA ago SiSteSbiJI Thomas Blythe 21 acres 440 bushels and five acres with an average of 31 buehels Houston and Tice Jolly 06 acres 1300 bushels This year will bo tho banner wheat year and all farmers are instilled with that joyous feeling that accompanies re- Â¬ ligion and prosperity Patronage hangs on a thread that thread is your Treat you hon- Â¬ satisfaction estly and its as strong as a cablet abuse your confidence and it may snap like a cob web Hows This I We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any cose of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure CO Props Toledo O F J CHENEY We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the lost fifteen years and be- Â¬ lieve 1dm perfectly honorable in all bus Â¬ iness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm INTERESTING EXERCISES Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole- Â¬ Marvin Waldiug Klnnan Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internal- Â¬ ly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 76c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials fren West do O A This name means a great deal in these days of cheap everything it is a name that brings you a guarantee and satisfaction that no other line of tea and coffee will produce Sanborn We arc striving to build cables therefore we handle teas and coffees imported by Chase S Deserved Compliment Â¬ The Louisville Henderson and St Louis railway fiom Louisville to St Louis via Owensboro aud Henderson is doing a splendid business Each train Is fairly filled with passengers and the freight trafllc is immense It is a most handy and convenient route and goes through a splendid country Tho po- Â¬ liteness and efficiency of its employes Its fast and comfortable cars and its ex- Â¬ cellent management all contribute to make it a most popular line Hartford Herald EG Blanks of Lewisville Texas writes that one box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Sal ye was worth 50 00 to him It cured his piles of ten years standing Will be In Oloverport every Tuesday pronared to do all kinds of Dental Work ac Â¬ cording to tho im dern wayB as used by the best dentists In the world He advises others to try it It also cures eczema skin disease and obstinate sores Short Haynes Member of the Buffalo Dental Parlors Co will locate permanently at Cloverport Delightful Weeks Outing Branch Office Frank Beavin and wife and Miss Mary Moorman returned Friday from Hardlns- Â¬ Bast Set of Upper and Lower Gold Crowns burg They have been attending the S Mr Beavin 3 5 County Teachers Institute has been a member of the association for Painless Extraction Free when best set This is the most substantial way of are ordered utintr Air Gas or saving a badly decaed tooth several years attending regularly He KOTYN said The session was the moBt Inter Â¬ Porcelain esting and instructive assemblage for A Lower Good Set of Upper years The smaller fry as it were dis CROWNS played more interest than at any of the 5 Are a beautitul exchange for badly meetings other SULZERS BRANCH OFFICE Buffalo Dental Parlors MITCHELL HOTEL Cloverport Ky W B KIDD D D J S 3 DR BENNETT TEETH to TEETH 4 Will Wonders Never Cease Ilaweivillo Clarion lUtractlne Free when ordered Kod set Is decajed front teeth Bridge Work te Resetting Thieves broke into the residence of A Freeman on Saturday night and Btole 12 3 and a plug of tobacco Then they came on to the shack of the writer where nid fitting teeth can be made as good as new Special attention given 0 Thia ia the latest method of re they purloined the muniflcient sum of resetting and we guarantee to placing teeth without wearing give a perfect fit and satisfaction a plate 2 35 and a silver watch that wouldnt run if it was put on a train At each place he cot a pair of socks but at this SPECIAL ATTENTION Given to REPAIRING PLATES writing be is not reported dead Gold Fillings 1 and upwards Tcotli extracted 25o Amalgam or Sllvor rilllngs 75o I think DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Tcoth Cleaned 75o Vitalized Air or Oan Admlntstorcd 50a is the finest preparation on the market White Knameled fillings 70c Painless Extracting by tho uso of So writes John O Dunn of for piles Wheeling W Va Try it and you will think the same It also cures eczema and all skin diseases W B KIDD Proprietor 450 East Market StrOet Louisville Ky Short Haynes Beginning Tuesday August 2 at Cloverport every Tuesday QUARTERLY TEETH Per Tooth 400 Buffalo Dental Parlors TirnA X K OTYN 25c REPORT OP TUB BRECKINRIDGE CL0VERP0RT KY BANK Hotel Itvnniiriifinn JLfAcllllllJdllUU ltU DU I S IlRNNItTT Is at any time prepared to clve any required Information recarding the teeih at Office Mitchell QUARTERLY REPORT OP THE Master Commissioners Notice HsckxniIck Circuit Couxt J K At the close of business on tho 30th day of June 1818 BANK OF HARDINSBURG IIARDINSBURO KY W Harkv Assignee vs V rialntUT in Equity IlESOURCUS Loam and discount Icttloant to dlitcton Loam to officers Overdratts unsecured 35166 91 Due from National banks Due Irom state banksandbank 09061 ers Hanking bouse and lot Other real estate U S Hoods Other stocks and bonds Specie Curttncy Furniture and Fixtures Debts in suit At the close of business on the 20th day 7JJI043 180910 79 31 of June 1898 I 75M3 3 00000 Â¬ llJOOJWJ 308j6 7j 1700000 937- - lotoaou 16317 00 KESOUKCKS Loans and discounts less loans to directors Loans to directors offiters notindudedj Overdrafts unsecured Due from National banks 4615111 Hanking house and lot Other real estate Other stocks and bonds Exchanges for clearings t Furniture and fixtures Kipcnscs last six months Pixkcb Defendant Alt persons having claims against the estate ol K II fierce assigned are requested to produce the same properly proven to the undersigned Master Commissioner of Ilrcckenrldge Circuit Court at hi nOirM In llarillnViiirw STw nn nm foro the loth day ot September l8y8 This the 5lh day of uly 180S GusIIkown M C 1 9SOJO a ooo 34 48131 11 I S Master Commissioners Notice Uhxckinridok Circuit Court S CASuwAtf C jooooo H4 fit Wonderful Marvelous I Do they get all the benefit they should from their food Are their cheeks and lips And are of good color they hearty and robust in every way If not then give them well n Death or Mr aad Mrt Robert Pattersons LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In In cash Surplus fund Undivided profit Duedcxilors as follows viz t Diposlts iulJect to cht ck on which intirest is not paid 8570 7s Time certificates of deposit on which interest Is paid 038064t Unpaid Dividends Fund to pay taxes l3760H3 45100x0 1000000 Daughter Ctnuelton Inquirer LIAUII1TIUS Capital stock paid in in cash Undivided profits Deposits subject to check ion whlib Interest ia rot paid 74146 36 Time certificates of deposits on which Interest Is paid 3447 J7 Defendant 635161 All persons having claims against the estate of 3045623 K TCashmandecM are reijnested to produce the 1051a 88 same properly proven to the undersigned Matter iooj Commissioner of llieckenrldge Circuit Court at his 141885 j office In Hardlnsburg Kyon or belorc the 10th U4i 01 orpiemoer loyo 19158509 Gus Drown M C ETC - D S HlCHARDSON vs Admr J Ilamtiffin Kquliy ft bt are expressions frequently beard about Foleys Kidney Cure Do not fall to try this great remedy for all kidney trou Oloverport R A A R Fisher hie Shellman Stephensport j Gordon Hay Â¬ nes Patesvllle W E Witt Hardlns Â¬ burg NelseH County for Bandferd The Republicans of Nelson county In mums cosvestlos adopted resolutions iMtruetlBg their delegates to the con gressiosal eoareotiea to veto for the BowlHatkm of Hh Oiiarta f JUuvdford of this eounty i Scotts phosphites Emulsion child of Mr Ji unif the Robert Patterson who baa been very low with intermittent fever died on Thursday afternoon The funeral took place at the M E ehurch Friday atter uoon Misfortune seems to have marked Mr Patterson for its especial prey There jSijs 2Sooo 799b 10 Republican Mass Convention To the Itepublkans ol Tlreckenrldg county 1 There will be a mass convention at the court house In Itardigsbuig Ky in Saturday July 30th ityS at s oclock d in to select delegates to represent Ilreckenridje county at the Rtpublican Congreu 0M Conveolkn 0f thu ith Kentucky DUsrict which ia called to meet on Wednesday Aug 3d ALIKN It KINCIIKLOK Chrmn CLINT PIIOOK Secy- - 10769 93 J ul l7St6 180400 663 77 mS5oo j Stats or Kintuckv I of cod liver oil with hypo It never falls to build up delicate boys and girls It gives them more flesh and better blood It is just so with the baby also A little Scotts Emulsion three or four times a day will make the thin babv oluniD and prosperous i the furnishes with Ivruinv rindv just the material growinc bones and nerves It No About It St ati or Kkntucv HiecklnridgB WM3 tJ I ecj County l A II Skillman cahierof HrecUuriJife Bank a bank lecaltd and doing business at No Wall street in the city ol Clovcrport in said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report Is In all re spectaaliua atatementof the condition of the said bank at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1I08 to the best of his knowledge and belief tad further lays that the business of laid bankbas been iraaasctcd at the location named aad not elsewhere land that theabova report Is mita In compliance with an t fuels notice received from the Secretary of Suit designating the 30th day of June itgS at the da 00 which such rayon shall be made A H Skillman Cashier No question Indeed with those who have used it but that Foleys Kidney Cure is absolutely reliable for all Kidney nl Hlaililar illaAAOAa A IL Fiaher Oloverport j R A Shellman Stephens port Ggrdon Haynrs Patesville J E A Witt Hardlnsburg A tm FsltWant If Hq ods always PrwpreH Men OitarlM RUdwl ad Obftrk tihIm at Holt war la aba eity- - Satur day Tbay bsjsv tba reptfftttM JorUi mc d mm iw dwirioMB Mm necessary for asllaf au tar liNMBStMaiv sever MV UlsaHdi p bd rut u Krtae s taaia Uar SwasHla Pills lions ht LAAKiAwwwrJ UBty magi troughs ea al Mm highways in the eeuBty where 1 WHHowmh Mrttual sfKlaflH eeuW aHefd haw water I Directors J T Sillian J VNUHwr feHMljrttiF WkVii ssmM Mt be Subscribed and sworn to mmU be pet I at Mty ad Skdlnun eaahUr Use js dybesots lyme 18by A of MMy would tHSSLLWAN N V M hIMsk CHAS CoiaaUihn eiaissi Jaa st lyae jtupwiw tbe It would be a coaaunattoa devoutly wWtsd far WU ytmU pla wr the jrvt gt County ot llreckenridge J II K Heard President Uank of Hardlnsburg a bank located and doing business In the city of liar dlbiburg- In said county being duly sworn says Ihitthe foregoing report Is In all respects a true Statement Ol inn eonmuun Ulinv saiu uan a ue close of buslresson the 30th day of June IIM to the best of bis knowledge and belief and farther says lhat the builness ol said bank has been transÂ¬ acted at the location named and not eliewheie 1 and that the above report la made in compliance with an official notice received lion the Sccreiaiy of Slate dt signaling- - the Joth day ot June 1898 as the day on whieh such report ahall be made II V Ukarp President MoRRIt llsKRIIttlK Wilt Miuxx I Directors O W II HARP Subscribed and awom to before me by P K Heatd the 4th day of July 1808 ft C Crank Doarp N My cominMoo expires with next eesaloo Ken- ucky Senile cc J rood horses lor general utility irll tit mUfh cows with vounir calves I sey cow and calf For Further Information ad MKS HANNAH IIA11D1N Moll Ky diets OR S ALU a Cet et Royalty tin iiiuunHuni has received aliuoet 30MN a year wsesv rosa the aoveraaaecit Tbs Imm oi the royal fawlly MtMtva tie aweslssfc a feMXM a ahM rlMBVmsiift spitannA UCtm VitiuiMHi mhv BATal a tSJswseesessssissasisMewsl etr C DWht LHtl Brly Rlra -- t HfeBRiaeKlBtNRIliSL Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 27 1898 NKLWe OlYlf IT KY HARDINSBURG HAPPENINGS County Seat Matters of Oh HowTiiankful Pain Was Maddening and Hope Had Been Abandonod-Wonder- ful Results of Purifying tho Blood A very severe pain came In my left knee which grew woree and worao and finally a aoro broko out above the knee Interest Flavor Local Gossip With a Spicy The teachers left Saturday Robt McGufflns family aro visiting at Bursa See those sewing machines offered by T 0 Lewis Mrs James Snyders daughter Is ill with typhoid fever Miss Nannie Lee Jolly Irvington was visiting here last weeic The picnic at Long Lick church last Saturday was largely attended P G Brodie representing the Phoenix Life Insurance aempany was in town last Thursday Henry Harneds two children who have been sick for some time are im- Â¬ proving slowly Always bear in mind that T 0 Lewis is the only experienced jeweler when it comes to repair work Rev S F Kelly will begin a protracted meeting at Brush Arbor in the Lost Run neighborhood on August 4 The members of the church out at Antioch will give a basket dinner on the ground the fourth Sunday in August The whole county is in an uproar about the cheapness of such a high quality sewing niachlno as shown by T G Lewis Jesse Eskridge came up from Hender- Â¬ son and spent lost Sunday with bis fath- Â¬ ers family He is located there in the revenue service Clover Huller Save your second crop of clover for seed and have it hulled with Ball Frank and DeJernett Bridsell Clover Huller Laat Thursday night there was a negro cake walk a dance and a lecture all go- Â¬ ing on here at the same time It looked town as though we had an One of the greatest comforts in house- Â¬ keeping is a light running machine You are insisted upon to call ami thor- Â¬ oughly examine those sold by T 0 Lewis Last week was a round of gaiety from the beginning to its close There were a number of strangers in town attending the Institute and things were kept on the move An actual necessity to the equipment of furnishing a house and that is a machine To have one that runs easily and doesnt get out of repair Thats the kind sold by T 0 Lewis Our ex clerk R S Skillman seems much grieved over the probability of having to collect so many of his claims by suit It appears that such a course will be unavoidable on his part The courthouse was crowded Wednes Â¬ day night to hear Prof Burtons lecture on What Is Man He handled his Bubject in avery entertaining style and made a fine impression on the audience- I want to sell my store groceries and bakery It is a good stand and enjoys a fine trade and is a grand opening for a groceryman Call on or address W M Pyles colored grocery Hardinsburg Ky Our shoemaker Henry Lewis went to tho picnic at Long Lick church last Sat- Â¬ urday It was his first visit down in that country for eighteen years He said tho country all looked new to him and there had been many changes Prof A R Thomas lectured at the courthousb lost Friday night to a large audience Education was the theme of the professors remarks and he handled the subject well Mr Thomas is one of the leading educational instructors of the country Some of the young folks tried to get up a dance at the new storeroom to be occupied by the Baker Bros but the attempt failed Willetta string band was on hand last Thursday night and the room thrown open but a dauce was so long a thing of the past in this town that the crowd soon dispersed and the lights went out The following were the visiting mem- Â¬ It discharged a great deal and tho pain from my thigh down was maddening Large hard purplo spots appeared on my leg I suffered In this way for years and gave up all hope ot ever being cured My wife was reading or a case ijko mine cured by Hoods Barsaparllla and she advised me to try It I began taking It and when I had used a few bottles I found relief from my suffering Oh how thankful I am for this relief I I am stronger than I have ever been in my life I am in the best of health have a good appetite and am a new man altogether J P Moors Lisbon Falls Mains Is the best In fact the One True Mood Purifier Hoods Pills cure all liver ills as cents Hoods Sarsa parilla BEWLEYVILLE Mrs P McCoy is Retting well Miss Ella Triplett is still quite ill There is a meeting in progress at ir r rj Bethel Mrs D C Johnson is quite sick with fever Mrs McCans is visiting Mrs Alonio Bennett Mies Minnie Walker viiited relatives in Meade county S II Stitb of Arkansas attended church here Sunday A young folks social at Fair Lawn Wednesday July 120th Mrs T II Hardaway visited her par Â¬ ents several days last week Bro Penick of Big Springs conducted the services Saturday morning Womans Missionary Society met in the Methodist church Wednesday p m Woather very warm and dry with the corn crop already very much damaged Mrs S P Drury and children of Rosetta are guests of Mrs T P Harda- Â¬ way Tho Epworth League meeting was postponed on account of the several meetings Clay Moorman and Wra Penick from Big Spring are conducting a series oj meetings at Guston Mrs Kufus Cain and children of Park- Â¬ land are here visiting relatives and will remain sometime A nice little crowd of young people attended a party at Mrs It M Jollys Tuesday evening July lllth Klislia Smith Jr arriyed at T J Jol- Â¬ lys with his threshing machine at two oclock a m Sunday 2 ith Miss Celestia Beavin has gone to Oweneboro to visit relatives and will likely remain quite a while Allen Stitb John Hicks MissFlorence Cain and others attended the Teachers Institute last week at Hardinsburg Rev Lister an evangelist from Glas- Â¬ gow commenced a protracted meeting in the Methodist church here Sunday morning Arthur Walker will be home Monday prepared to practice his profession Dent- Â¬ istry He will be very glad to see any one wishing work in that line Mrs Vera Paul Flick of South Dako- Â¬ ta is a visitor at her grandfathers Mr We are glad to see her hope Geo Paul she will stay a long time She has been well treated is evident from her appear- Â¬ ance Mr and Mrs Mike Shumate received a letter from their son Clyde who was at the Santiago battle last week that was written tho 4th of luly He wrote very cheorfully was unhurt and well and ex- Â¬ pecting to go to Puerto Rico We are all eager to get the war news every day and though our hearts bleed at the thought of the dreadful horrors of war and long for the day when its all over Still we rejoice that victory is ours and other lands are preparing to be the laud of the free and the home of the bravo and that in the near future per- Â¬ haps the time will come When man to man the wide world oer shall brithers be and a that Golden Ron tl TO OLD POINT COMFORT AND THE SEA- Â¬ SHORE AUGUST I6TII THE GRANDEST OP ALL TRIPS Scrofula to Consumption Any ono predisposed to Scrofula can never bo healthy and vigorous This taint in ttio blood naturally drifts into Consumption Being such a deep seated blood disease Swifts Specific is the only known euro for Scrofula because it is tho only remedy which can reach tho disease Bomfula apwarr on the head ot my little 1 The regular Annual EicurIn to Old Point Com f Mr V A Wilgus S 1 A will J oil In charge bt I and be run Tuctday Aug l6th via I II C V O Hailwayr from Cloverport on regular train leaving at y 45 a m connecting with ea short Siwclal which leaves Union htation loot of Sarenih atreit at 1 t3a p in The round trip rata to Old loint Comfort ii only fi 00 and the ticket are good until SaptemW 7th with ttop over privl leges returning only Thii trip surpanes any oftered the traveling pub- Â¬ lic and Horde many delightful diveuioni Grand and leautiful tccnery Invigorating mountain air urf bathing ocean vojage palatial hotel enter talnmcnt and a visit to tho Capital If desired Every attention and courtesy will be eatended to ladies without ctcoits Choice ol routee returning between Richmond and Clifton Forge will bo given enabling thou who desire to vlalt Lychburg Nat ural Utidge and other points of interest Sleeping car rales will be it 00 lor berth Louis vllle to Old Point to be occupied by one or two persoos and application for sleeping car space should be made at once to W A Wllgus S I A HopklnsvDIc Ky For further particulars address as abovt or call on agent L II bt L Hallway grandchild whi n only Ik montlig old Shortly after breaking out It apn ad rapidly all over ber body Tlif aoalM on tho sores would peel ft ou tut slightest touch and the odor that wouiu arise oiauu me at mosphere ot the room sickening and unbearable The disease next attacked tlio eyes and we feared she would lose her sight Km Inent physicians from the surrounding country were eonsulted but could do nothlnir to relieve the lit tie Innocent and gave It a tucir opinion mat me ease was boneless and lm nosslble to wave the child vittrht It was llien that we decided to try Swifts Specific That medlalne at once made a speedy and complete cure hue la now a young lady and has oarar bad a sign of the disease to return Mas Hutu Uiskilxt Â¬ Wf Ballna Â¬ Ada Smith has returned from visiting Miss Erla Kennedy Misi Lily and Grandma MtGIothlan still remain at Heiudon Camp Miss Mary Bandy has returned from a pleasant visit to Hardinsburg friends Little Miss Lily Tyler was a guest of Kitty McGlothlau a few days last week Miss Eva Herndon is off to Hardins- Â¬ burg for a visit to Miss Hensley Hurry home Eva UNION STAR Clarence Board is able to dispense with his nurse We hope soon to see Mr J J Severs is at home for an in- Â¬ him out and about his work definite stay Miss Trabue of Louisville still re- Â¬ Mr Richardson is enjoying a pro- Â¬ mains and is a charming and pleasant tracted fishing with several friends addition to our society young folks Miss Etta English and brother were Little Marietta Cain is a happv little guests of Miss Mattie Millner Sunday guest of her mamma and pappa Cole- Â¬ Mr R C Richardson of Louisville man We too enjoy the dear littlo tot b spending his vacation with his pa Â¬ Mrs Cairne and daughter of Evans rents ville are visiting Mrs W E Brown Rev B A CundifT filled his regular They will return to their home this appointments here Saturday and Sun Â¬ week day Mrs Floyd Roberts and baby Cather Â¬ Mrs Marcus Jolly who has been quite ine we aro glad to report are improving sick for several weeks is very much im- They wore only affected with malaria proved and chills Mies Ida Gardner of Union 8tar al Â¬ Dr Jim Millner loft Monday for Pates vllle where he will locate to practice bis ways a welcome addition to our society profession surprised us last week We hope she Mary Franklin Beard returned home will remain some time Morris and Nannie Lee Jolly write Saturday after a weeks visit to her they are having a delightful visit in grandparents We expect them to re- Â¬ Mrs Smith of Nashville Tenn after Hardintburg an extended visit to relatives returned turn home this week Mrs Lewis entertained a few of the home Saturday Lonnie Hall attended the Institute at young people last Thursday evening Hardinsburg last week Lonnie lias se- Â¬ from 8 to 11 oclock in honor of her guestsMisses Lutie and Bessie Moorman cured the Lookout school MissIAnnle Lee Bandy who has been Mr and Mrs E A Richardson and daughter Sarah Ellen are visiting Mr in Hardinsburg enjoying its gaities is expected home this week We are of and Mrs D L Richardson course glad for she is another of our Mr James Tate was taken back to girlsLakeland Anchorage last Thursday in Misses Charlotte and Eva Henderson the hopes of effecting a cure two of our brigblest and most winsomo Miss Sara E Ritbardson who has been girls got up an impromptu croquet party ill for several weeks is now improving last Tuesday afternoon which was high- Â¬ and we hope to see her out soon ly enjoyed of Clover Miss Eunice P Crosson Phillip Cain who has been in Jeffer- Â¬ port is visiting her aunts Miss Alta son county for several weeks has re- Â¬ Crosson and Mrs Philo Hawkins turned to his home in Bewley ville He Little Sara Elisabeth Haynes of Har- Â¬ stopped off a day and night with friends dinsburg is making a prolonged visit at and his uncle Mr and Mrs 0 M McGloblans Brother Hesse u came down from Mr George W Jolly of Owensboro Brandenburg and baptized Misses Gard- Â¬ Mr and Mrs Thomas Squires and Mrs ner and Lyon at 7 oclock Sunday even Â¬ Frank Bashara f Sample spent Satur- Â¬ ing Quite a large crowd witnessed the day in town the visitors of Miss Pink ceremony Rickets Our town assumes quite an air of bus Mis3 Eva S Coshman left lost Monday iness importance Two new stores in for a visit to her brother 0 F Cash man progress on Main street with other of Hardinsburg and to attend the Insti- Â¬ buildings to follow in the near future tute Miss Eva will teach tho coming term at Sample Ky and we are glad to have her so near home IMZm eafJ ar aM iw aBU iwi We regret to record the death of Ches Hix only son of Mrs Queen Hix of Rberte Bottom which occurred Monday evening July 18 1808 The burial took place the following day in the A Book for Young and Old Uniou Star cemetery Sincere sympathy is extended to the bereaved widow and VECURE OUR mother NERVOUS RECORD A delightful day was spent Thursday EsM 1878 BLOOD July 21 at the Falls of Sinking Creek by n party of young people Fishing row Â¬ 250000 SKIN ing reading and eating were the order DISEASED PRIVATE of the day everything needful for a MEN good dinntir and Bupper having been DISEASES prepared The party consisted of the CURED fillowmg Misses Mary D Rlchardoni Katy Severs Daisy Hall Mattie Mllner o Hurley Seve is Henrietta liaynep Lisa CURED Cashmau Nell Citshman Minnie Hoyle Yd 1 lift alfill Uve you sinned lllauche Severs Eunice and Altn Cros lUUnU rnrjn at anit nature when ignorant or the terrible crime you son Messrs R 0 Richardson Pope were oomnilttloa DM you only consider the fascinating allurements of this evil Millner A B Caslunan Floytl Chappell habit Whoa too lato to avoid the ter-Â¬ Kwitt Frymire KQ Haynes P D He rible results were your eyes opened to Did you later on In man Â¬ your peril Hall Ir and Mrs Will Millner Mr hood contract any IM VATK or 11LOOD Wcrayoucurcd Do you now disease and Mrs Percy Beard Mary Franklin and then tee some alarming symptoms Dare you marry In your present con Â¬ Heard Mr J J Severs Master J J dition You know LIKE FATHKIl overs Jr and Mrs Belle Ackerman at LIKKBON If married are you con atantlv Uvlnirln dmadr la mrrlaaa a lived at about 830 a m and returned failure with you on account of any weak ness caused by early abuse or later ex home at 0 oclock p in thoroughly sat cesses drugged nun liare you beenwill Ibfloil that ft was one day of their lives mercury This booklet Dolnt oat to you the results of these crimes and point very happily spent out bow our NKW METHOD THKAT-HUNT will positively cure you It have bv Miss Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ heretofore Superintendent Drtakel and his conductors Thomas and Burton wero well pleased with the program and especially with tho promptness with which tho teachers responded to the sub- Â¬ jects that were assigned them The dally attendance was largo and there were a number of visitors in the city The town folks were all greatly sur- Â¬ prised when it became known last Satur- Â¬ day that Rev S K Breeding had re- Â¬ ceived the appointment as chaplain of No one the Eddyville penitentiary here knew that he bad been an appli- Â¬ cant for the position if so it had been kept very quiet Rev Breeding left Monday morning for Eddyville where he will be absent a few days looking after the position and looking into mat Â¬ ters previous to taking charge of the work He will return here this week for bis family Tho appointment de- Â¬ prives the Methodist Church South here of a pastor for a few months as there will be no supply made until the meet ing of the annual conference The good wishes oi the people here go with Brother Breeding in his new field of labor He has served this church two years and would most likely have been returned tnls fall We understand his new position is a desirable one and pays about twelve hundred dollars a year bora of the Institute last week Prof J ylsiting his father and relatives near GiyeBs time and we will be a city yet D Kelly West Loulsvillo Davios coun- Â¬ h re Miss Nannie Rnsly of Chicago is a ty Mra A R Thomas Kixtbethtown The Misses Crutchor of Garrett vis Â¬ plcasaut little gu st of Mary Wrather John P Haswell V G Babbagr Har-Â¬ ited Miss Ella Kurtx last Saturday and Theno little girls are embryo ladle and dinsburg W F Pate Lebanon R T Sunday we bespeak when they arrivo at young Layman G R Talbott Hodgi nsville The publio school will begin here womanhood Irvington will be a center Felix Kerrlck Eliwbethtowr W D Monday August 8 Miss Myra Hanks ot attraction indeod Ilrnudet burn Ashcraft F E Hardest Mies Molllo Lyon is expected to return teacher J H Hoaklnson G L Crumes Buffalo Howard Mathis returned to bis homo home today accompanied by her roomMiss Maud Smith Sturgls in Owensboro Sunday much improved mate while at Russellville school She The County Teachers Institute which by his visit here has had a delightful visit at Owensboro closed hero last Friday evening was the Several from here will attend the We miss our girls when they aro most successful ever held hero before away Even though we know they are The interest shown in tho work was de Â¬ Johnson Howard marrlago at Walnut having a good time yet we are selfish Qjovo tonight cidedly in advance of such meetings enough to want them at home A I Housekeepers Talk Along tne line of cooking materials is generally all right They talk from experience not hearsay Nearly everybody in this community has wheat this year the crops ranging from 3000 bushels down lost strayed or stolen one hello man Any information in regard to him will be gladly received Mrs Fladge Carter of Cloverport re Â¬ turned home Sunday after a visit of sey eral da a to her eon and daughter Frank and Miss Maggie When it was ascertained hero last Sunday that Henry Kurta had not gone to Lodiburg people received the news with bated breath Henry Simmons one of our soldier boys writes home from Lyttlo Ga that he likes army life and that he will probably come home on a furlough before the Porto Rlcan expedition starts Tl e school question still agitates We hopo a satisfactory arrangement will yet be effected for we neod a good school in this community Sending boys and girls away from home to be educated is not exactly to our liking though unless wo do secure a teacher for a private school many of us will have to resort to that ex Â¬ pedient Tho infant child of Mr Drako ded Saturday night and was burled at Sandy Hill on Sunday It was a strange coin- Â¬ cidence the littlo one dying one month to a day after its mother To the bereaved family and especially so to Lulu who had been a mother to the little one we extend our heartfelt sympathy in this their time of sorrow and trial Â¬ When You Hear the Expression Heston Willis is a Good Place to Buy Groceries From an experienced housekeeper you may bo convinced that you JAM al ways find a select variety of good clean fresh Groceries in stock and that our prices aro right too n i Â¬ IRVINGTON BIG SPRING Born to the wife of Joo Foor the 24th inst a son Charlie Moorman returned from Har- Â¬ dinsburg last Saturday Mr Alf Taylor of Rosetta was here last Wednesday the guest of 11 Meyer Protracted meeting closed Thursday night with two additions to the church Miss Jen Hardin was here last week the guest of Mrs J W Hardin and other friends Miss Allie Reid of Brandenburg was here last week tho guest of Miss Ora Walton Miss Bell Pierpolnt of Cecilia was the guest of Miss Ruby Miller last Saturday and Sunday Mr Harvey Jenkins of Glen ale was the guest of Miss Ruby Miller last Sat- Â¬ urday and Sunday W Jones who has the contract for carrying the mail fro hero to Vine I am ready to receive bids on 10 Grove sub let it of Ed Martin last Friday Drs Wilder Hardin dentists were shares of Breckenridge Bank stock here three days last week practicing their 100 belonging to profession They were kept quite busy par valuation Mrs Ben Blarksou and daughter Miss the estato of Robert Tobin deceas- Â¬ Lillie will return from Chicago Tuesday where they have boeu the past two ed and will keep this ofTer open Heston Willis FOR Co - TN PROPOSALS BIDSTxj In- Â¬ An Opportunity vestors For I am ready to roceivo bids on the a entire stock of dry goods groceries etc and also a lease on the store building of the firm of Tobin dt Groves bids to be closed Septem Â¬ weeks Rev Hartford was here for a day or two attending the meeting He was the guest of Bro Walton Mrs Tabor his Bister-in-laaccompanied him and was the guest also f Bro Walton and wife - until September 1st when all bids ber 1st close purchasers Will give liberal terms to C H HYDE Q K GROVES Surviving Partner Tobinsport Administrator of Will Annexed Dr Strother and Gabe Meador Jr at Â¬ tended a- reception at Mr Charlie Blan Tobinsport Ind fords near Bewleyville last Wednesday evening given by bis daughter Miss Mary in honor of her visitor Miss Lucile Beasly of St Augustine Fla Evangelist Lister gave a lecture Friday night at the Methodist church entitled Ten nights in a bar room The pro- Â¬ ceeds will be given to Rescue Mission work in Louisville The lecture was good and of u high spiritual character and well iilus rated with magic lantern views Ind FALLS OFROJJGH Weekly Grist From The News Hopper What is Going on in the Border of the County Â¬ SHILOH WMS OF HE 250000 1 WEBSTER A FEW DONTS is the gate Â¬ Dont forget that education way to all reforms Dont stand around barefooted waiting lor dead mens shoes Doat forget that you ought to be thankful for a great many things you havent got I A good rain is very much needed The yellow jiurnels put out some wonderful fakeu Born to the wife of Win Haynes the 24th itist a fine hoy Mrs Lucy Kurtz has gone to the Silver UelghU caiupmeetlng Is the only remedy equal to such deep S veral car loads of wheat have beea seated diseases it goes down to tho very foundation and forces out every shipped from here this year taint It is vurthj vtgttaUe and is Mia D B Rlgsby of Louisville Is the only blood remedy guaranteed to visiting her Jaughter Mrs John Row contain no mercury potash or other Mlaa Emma Kurta isoifonaprotrsed mineral substance whatever Books mailed free by Swift Bpeeifle visit to Hardily couaty and elsewhere Company Atlanta Georgia Dr S B Adklaeon of Cloverport la Kan Scrofula is an obstinate blood disease and is beyond the reach of the average blood medicine Swifts Speciflo been tared shows now thousands our NKW THKATUKNT It proves Dow we can tlUAKANTKK TO VUHK ANY GUllAULK CASK OU NO PAY We treat and cure KMISSIONS VAUrCOOKrK SYPHILIS OLEKT B- HTKIOTUKK INJMITKNOY CHARGES diseases Tim KIDNEY and BLADDER SSSiLBlood CURES GUARANTEED VT A Kin MiosiMZo stamp A unl f k CONSULTATION - AAAXiaUB J VfclsVstft- Kennedys kergan 122 W FOURTH STREET OINOIriHATI O H Dr U A Basham o Curdsville is in good our midst again Mrs Mercer has returned from Lodi- Â¬ Mrs O P Basham has been visiting burg her mother near Look Out Big price for chickens at Beaucbamp Miea Lillie McAfee is visiting friends Eskridge and relatives in this vicinity Mrs Fisher of llock Vale is very We are sorry to say that Mrs Mary E much better Hix is very ill at this writing Little Miss Mattie Boisaw has return Several from around heie are going to to Stephensport attend the Andy ville picnic next SaturMrs Jack Harl of Ohio county is day much improved Miss Dottle Basham is visiting her Born to the wife of Lennie Duncan a cousin Miss Daisy Watllngton at Look girl the 21st inst Out Lafe Beauchamp I am informed has Air John Jarrett has secured our school We wish you success Mr Jar found another flame Mrs Ellaa Walker has been severely rett Mrs Sam AmmonB and son Ralph ill but is improving Mrs Frank Peyton is expecting a and Mr Owen Claycomb weut to Ekrou last Saturday house full of company boon Miss Ida Whttler and Master Homer Mrs Sue demons was a guest at Barr of Preston spent lat Saturday and Mr W H Ohambliss Tuesday Sunday with Mrs Jaue Kroush Willis Green says their wheat thresh Miss Carrie Sheliman and Mr Asa ing bids fair to be an all summers job Kroush called on Miss Ollie Cash man Mr Leslie Brack went to see his par Â¬ and brother Mr Crafton last Saturday ents Saturday evening returning Sunday evening eyo Mr Charlie Chiem who has been in Mr O W Butler oi Shreve was the our midst for quite a while has gone to guest of Mr M W Stone Saturday and his home in Meade county much to the Sunday sorrow of some Little Miss Mary Weldou of OwensTho blackberry crop was abort around boro is the guest of her cousin Lillie here except at Mr Harvey llrumflolds Itobards He says he thinks there has been about Boating and bathing is the past time two hundred gallons gathered out of his of our Summer Kuests this intensely hot fields weather On Monday night July 18 at lOocock Misses Bi II Davison and Ilattle Stew Â¬ the death angel visited the home of Mrs art attend d the picnic at Short Greek Mrs Mary E Hix and took from her her Saturday only son Chester was a good boy lovt d Misses Mamie and lluby Stone called by all who knew him He was just In on little Mlaa Lillie Itobards one evening the bloom of life 17 years of age It is sad to part with the friends we love so last week Lonnie Matthews and Miss Moll When he dear but Thy will be done realized that death was so near he called Brlte atteuded the Short Greek picnic his mother and other relatives to his bed Saturday News that yellow fever has broken side and bade them a last adieu He was willing to dloand BBked to be releas Â¬ out among our soldirra in tCuba makes ed from his suffering Happy are they our heaits quail David Ohambllsa attended services at that die in the name ot Mil Lord Home is not home for Chesters not there Pleasant Oroya church Ohio county Angels have taken him out of our care the second Sunday Dark Is the room and vacaathls chair Mr Gas Rhodes does not Improve bat lie has gone to the home so blenful and ralr seesss to grew gradually a little wone Coldest Country if there ia any change at all The coldest Inhabited country appears Mrs Ohambliss Mrs Parsons aid to be the Province of Werehojask la were guests Mosday to dlkUMHr A Suselaa savant children Oriental Siberia ot Mm W H GkaaahHw poseed ee estiro year la this rihoplt Henry Butler I an lefenHed will able regioe awd kept a dally reeord ot the Umporatare from wltieh it appears neve to Gryo eovBtjr see aad will that Uw dally mm ef Ike Mtlif year ie oeeepy tbe old TawetaU tWaa Mm Awwto Pantxai Mad ebllslteii el 274 tlsfpsu below aate Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Gross has returned home Health of the community moderately McDanlels were the guest of her mother Mrs Henry Ohambliss last week Mrs A M McOracken little son Wil- Â¬ lie and Misa Helen Armstrong ot Louis Â¬ ville are guests at Gel L Greens Sister Miller has returned from West Point where BhewftBthe guest of her sister Mrs BeidforseVeral weeks Misa Lillie Bobards and her guest Mary Weldon were the guests of Misses Ella and AiryRobertson Saturday and Sunday There is wedding music in the breeie again The tinkling little bells which reaches us from afar shows them to be just getting Into tune Little Miss Lillie Robards west to Fords ville to meet her cousin Jim Keith who snaged bis eye several days ago and has gone to Louisville for treatment While closing these Items sews reaches me that John Hale has suddenly grown much worse that his wound has begun swelling and the stitches have broken while inflamation baa set ap it is feared A good deal ot fishing is done bat very few fish are caught except maybe seme dry land sharks will get so badly en tangled in the meshes of the nets east for them that they cannot get oat and thus be captured by the fair hands that set the trap John Hale the man who was stabbed a few weeks since is slowly reeoverieg and it is believe that he will actually get well though we think if some one at our best clttaena had received sneh a wound he would most surely have died Those who haye had the oppertneitit s of judging consider Dr Harris most pro- Â¬ ficient Ourfeellngi for the lazy ignorant down trodden Cubans now Is a mlxtttM of pity and coutempt Spain sboeid have a n publican form of govern Â¬ ment and she may baye ere this war closes For the sake of humanity and religious freedom Spain should be free from the rule of tyrants It seems that the Cubase do not know how to appieclate good treatment m they become ungrateful in tbe ftwt we lnente of victory but then we need net be sumrised If thev receive fwsul our bounty in one baud and eonevel an awo Blra kuiiu in the other for are Uy r not chhfly of Spanish blood T Mrs Judith Cummins and little earn have returned from Texas ttiny am laW guests of her father Mr Clint champ Her husband will ruauhs i I Ivxas about lour months longer ar till it eaa harvest and dispose of hin crop then he will loin bis wiia avast make Kentneky their fuksN kanMlTv l am toM they are utterly Texu life 1 Preat Event im Ainea jerboa tendofed her friends dinner standair a n boner of bar tweaatUtb event took piaee at ItehmyitausnMaW at nerpanantn Mr ami Mrs 1 1 Jaj Waste wen farttUUd by Umm Mm aiaer ana Matters Jnfar WrthaW nT natotn aniMM ly t