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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - i I iI 7 r f THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 14 ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT CLOVEKPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 3 1898 VOL XXIII NO 3 H it Royal makes the food pare PEACE TERMS lA ADDITIONAL LOCAL Boiled ham at 20 cents per pound at Uie City Bakery Three unfurnished rooms Bre for rent at BRECKENRIDGE RETOBLICANS Remember the name SOCIAL GOSSIP And All wholesome and detlcloua Spain is to Give Up Cuba Porto Eico and the Ladrones To Establish a Satisfactory Government in the Phillipines i the City Bakory Stiff demons an old employe at the shops has returned to theclty Frank Hall has been promoted to the position of engineer on the Henderson Route Miss Nannie Brasuear went to Victo Â¬ ria Monday to be the guest of tho Misses Mason when you buy the General News of tiardinsburg is Full of Charming Endorse the Admini- Â¬ stration in Con again The Town yention Pledge Their Support to Blan ford for Congress Endorse Haswells Renomlnation for Representative DELE6ATES TO Visitors lBaJile 1 Si If rv -- 1 K u 1 - Tho president Washington DO Auguata 4 p ra Special to the Nkws Your order will have prompt attention SvSn mil the toeace terms asked of Spain We demand the cession of Cuba for ice cream at 1 a gallon at the City Jim vJEotSltlce ana the Ladrones and we are to occupy Manila until a satisfactory Bakery governmental plan Is approved If Spain accepts the commission that Is to be G P Cunningham a prominent fruit appointed will settlo all questions that may arise Spain has cabled for additional grower and distiller of Chenaull was in information which indicates she is getting ready to accept the terms the city Tuesday Sam Baker one of Hancocks prosper- Â¬ ous farmers was among the visitors in General Miles tho city Tuesday Ponck Pobto Rico August 2 4 p m Special to tho Nkws Miss Ruth Graham of LouiBvllle is within two miles of the enemys lines and a battle is imminent at forceB are now visiting her couslu Miss Elizabeth San Juan de Diaz Sklllman at Cedarwood LocaI millers give the following quota- Â¬ Numerous conferences tions on wheat and corn The former Special to the Nkws Pokto Rico August 2 4 p ra were held today betwedn the foreign consuls and Governor General of the island G2 cents and the latter 50 conts and the results of the conference will probably be the surrender of tho Island before Miss Jesse Kyler of Hardlnsburg the final attack is made spent a few days in the city the guest of her friend Miss Lula Nicholas Mrs Nannie Hardin of Owensboro Special to the Nkws Wabiiinqton Aug 2 fen thousand soldiers from has arrived in the city She will be the guest of Rev and Mis T V Joiner eastern camps are to be sent at once to Manila to reinforce General Merritt The A O U W lodge will give an ico cream supper at their hall Thursdaj night for the benefit of the carpet fund Manila via Hong Kong AuguBt 2 4 p m Special to the Nkwb Aguinaldo When you send an order to the News his reasons for refusing to support the insurgent chief stated In an interview that the United Statea troops were that the Phllliplnos are to be given back to Spain for printing of any description you have tho assurance that it is strictly It is belieyecTthat Manila will surrender upon Memtts and Deweys demand Order your corn meal of Oelzi Bros Tho new mill make the best quality ever put ou the market Fresh pure clean Ponck Porto Rico Aug 2 Col Hullngs with ten companies of tho sixteenth and healthy Pennsylvania has occupied Juan Diaz about eight miles northeast of Ponce on There are being organized in towns the road to Fan Juan The American flag was raised and greeted with great Information parties which has had a enthusiasm by the populace tendency to strengthen the minds of those who join a Mr Finch of Evergreen Ala ar- Â¬ Washington Aug 2 President McKinloy will call an extra session of both rived from Louisville Monday night houses of congress as soon ns Spain accepts the terms of peace offered by the He will be the guest of It N Hudson for United States a week or more Those wishing supplies for picnic should get quotations from the City Louisville August 2 Miss Clara Loesch one of the best known young Bakery where at all times your needs women in Parkland was brutally murdered last night at 11 50 oclock by an un Â¬ can be fulfilled known burglar Now doth the gentle summer rain From the sky down pour The murderer made his escape and there is not the slightest clew to his the town when dry ldentltyalthouh the police are sc mriag Mm southwestern part of the city for him To leave hotter than before again Rsd There is however not much likelihood that he will uvur bo captured Miss Dela Kyler of Hardlnsburgwas the guest of Mies Lillian Sipple last She returned home Friday ac- Â¬ week CnicAoo Aug 2 Guests of the Berwin Hotel 148 North State street were companied by Miss Lillian aroused from their slumbers at 3 oclock this morning to find the hostelry on fire Mies Sadie Birk of Owensboro who So rapidly did the blaze spread that men and women found themselves cut off from has been with relatives at Sklllman escape by the stairs arrived Tuesday evening to be a visitor Three lives were lost and a number of guests were maimed and bruised in to relatives and friends In this city jumping from high windows to tho payemont Mrs S E Wilson and children left Tuesday for Fayntsvillo They will be Will Help His Brother absent some weeks the guest of her MARSHAL H L Stader left Sunday morning for parents Mr and Mrs J G Mattlngly Stephensburg Hardin county He goes As this is the beginning of a new to assist his brother Will who Is a candi month possibly it would be adviseable date for the office of jailor in that county to investigate your supply of stationery before the primary which comes off this Should you stock be anyways low the week Mr Stader is a staunch Demo- Â¬ Price Graham Receives the Ap crat a self made man and fully deserves Nkws will take care of an order Charles P Babbage Mr and Mrs the honor of tho nomination pointment i reached this city Sunday night from Louisville They remained until Mon Â¬ New Telephone Line day night then going to Hawesvllle and Routine Business Quickly Disposed of Poles are being erected in this city for Cannelton to be with relatives By City Dads the new telehhono line that is to run Walter May is in the city He holds from Fordsvllle to Owensboro The line John Hall after serving in the capacity will be operated by Ike Adair the Fords a lucrative position with the Golden Rule establishment of Louisville He of marshal for the term of four years yillu banker About 7000 of local cap- Â¬ tendered his resignation to the Council ital has been spout in the erection of new is taking his vacation and la tho guest of Monday nlghtxHlBi resignation - was telephone lines in Breckenrldge this his parents Mr and Mrs Charles May Sr accepted Mrf Price Graham and Geo year Rev T V Joiner pastor of the Elm Weatherholt wererttie only aspiring can Â¬ St Methodist church this city will didates for the vacancy Mr Graham Awaiting Orders wan unanimously appointed and took The Fourth Kentucky Infantry of begin at Holts Chapel in Holts Bottom the oath that night which Hon David R Murray of this a protracted meeting He will have the The attendance was exceptionally city is lieutenant colonel is now fully assistance of Rev J O Brandon of Lew large particularly due to the retiring recruited and has been mustered into tho isport who is an able preacher officer and all were eager to know who service of the United States It is the would get the office PROSPERITY SfllLES only Kentucky regiment that has been All the councilmen with Mayor Barry organized on the regimental plan of the Upon the Good Farmers of Orand Old presiding were present There was not Uulted States army much business of importance before the Hancock body Clerk DHuy read minutes of Mighty Big Yield last meeting which stood approved 8 J Baker a well known Hancock Charles Helt a progressive farmer who The regular monthly salaries were lives near Guston sowed eluht bushels county fanner who lives In the Fates allowed All claims and accounts were of wheat broad cast on an unferUlized yllle neighborhood was in the city Tues approved tract of land containing about eight acres day He fays that the wheat crop in on his farm He has threshed the crop Hancock averages 15 busuels to tho acre GO acres Struck by Lightning grown ou it nndthe yield was 245 bush He raised 1800 bushels on when the els turtle question Is can anybody beat Corn is made and there will be a big Early MMaytnotning crop Tobacco prospects aro flattering storm was atltaheigiit lightning struck this Milliner have opened up a Blaine house owned audoccuplod by Kirk the drug and dry goods store There are Pistol Club Shoot Ryati of TobI import The structure was considerably damaged but fortunately no At the last regular pistol practice of three cases of typhoid foyer at Patesvllle cne was hurt the vJloverport Pistol Club the best Highly Honored averages were made by tho following Geo momberefln ttio order named SUrted Brick Laying Prof D S Roberts of Ekion has been The work of erecting the now brick Graham E M Hull John Hall and M highly honored by the State Board of He has been granted the bulkMag to be occupied by the new W Mitchell The trial was 15 shots at Education highest stato diploma and It enables him bask and the mercantile firm of Shell 20 etepB to teaih for life withodt examination in war etc Co has commenced at Irvlagton Successful fleeting any grade of school in the state where aud will be rapidly pushed to comple Â¬ Tho protracted meeting that has been school money Is paid Only two of these tion conducted at the New Highland Baptist diplomas have been issued and his Is the church by Itev Rutledge of this city for highest the past two weeks liuu closed It w s vury suiceful the being nine acces Â¬ Will Appear Next Week sions The church le now in a healthy Owing to the larga amount of local Remember the name condition news In our columns this week two comunlcatlons by Roy Ileyser and Will Death ef Mrs Hardin when you buy Farber describing army life in camp at The Nxwh chronlcleB with deep regret Newport News and in the trenches at the death of Mrs Oella Hardin the wife Santiago on the fateful July 3rd will ap again of Ben Hardin Jr of the Aadyville pear in our columns next week Her demise occurred neighborhood set Saturday morning ami her death Removed te Lewlspert Sue was was caused bv eoasutuptioa J T Daniel the efficient sextos of married last February the Methodist church of this elty moved Hon D H Smith will his family to a Lewi port yeerday He tUa tmieker buslnaM at will engage speak Cutter Saturday Out pata and a lftlo o Mewla Were rsj DESERVE CREDIT ENJOY1NQ A HOSPITABLE TIME Jesse Whltworth is ou the sick list The Green Flag will oppn Satunlav Arthur Board was hero laat Wednes Â¬ day The public school will open next Monday George Baker was hero last Sunday from Owetmboro Prof Logan left last Saturday to visit POWDER Absolutely Pure DISTRICT CONVENTION ROYAL MKINQ fOWOCPt CO hKW VORK Managers of the Rosrtta Social Made It a Big Battle Imminent Dons Will Give Up To Re inforce Merritt Manila Will Fall Old Glory Floats at San Juan JExtra Session of Congress Brutally Murdered by a Thief Victims of a Hotel Fire HAILREMNS July 30 The Republican mass convention was called to order at 1 oclock by Chairman A It Klncheloe of the Rubllcan county com- Â¬ mittee who stated that Its purpose was to select delegates to the Congressional Convention to he held at Elizabethtown August 3 John P Haswell was elected chairman and Herbert M Beard secre tary of the convention On motion of R N Miller the following gentlemen were appointed as a committee on resolu- Â¬ tions Win Ahl W S Ball and G D Shellman who reported the following which were adopted We the Republicans of Breckenrldge county in mass convention assembled adopt the following resolutions First Wt unqualifiedly endorse the National Administration in ull its acts Hud especially do we commend the wise conservative course pursued by the Pre Â¬ sident in the conduct of the Spanish war which has been without error or misÂ¬ take We think tho terms of peace should demand the ceding of all the conquered territory as we are opposed to hauling down the flag wherever it has been raised Second The present State Administration is entitled to tho cordial sympa Â¬ thy and support of eery Republican and good citizen in the commonwealMi Third That Senator R M Jolly and Representative John P Haswell Jr for their faithful representation of this Senatorial and Legislative district in the last general assembly deserve our high Â¬ est commendation and we hereby hearti- Â¬ ly indorse their actions in that body We recognize in Hon It N Fourth Miller a worthy citizen a gentleman of high moral character a lawyer of ability a Republican in the full sense of the word aud a born political leader there Â¬ fore we heartily indorse him fur office of Attorney General of Kentucky Fifth We denounce in unmeasured terms the patrisau aud disgraceful acts of the last Legislature Especially do wo condemn ttie Prison Bill and the Goebel election law The former was simply the result of an effort to provide place for hungry Democratic henchmen aud to oust the Republican officials from posi tions rigutiully theirs Tne Gobel bill strikes at the very foundation of popular government destroys the right of the people to regulate local affairs aud places In the hands of unscrupulous politicans the power to defeat the will of the peo- Â¬ We call upon all good ple ut the polls citizeus irrespective of parry affiliations to unite with us to secure the repeal of such an undemocratic obnoxious and iniquitous measure W J Piggott V B Burton and A R Kiucheloe were appointed as a com Â¬ mittee to select the delegates to the Elizabetutown Convention Tlie committee selected the lollowiug persons who were appointed IlAnniNBnuRQ Kv Success The Ice cream supper given by the ladies of Rosetln lsBt Saturday night for the bum fit of their church at that place was a perfect success In every partcular The best order prevailed from tho be Â¬ ginning to the end and the surround Â¬ ings were such bb to have made It pleasant for anyone The young folks and old ones too from the little town and Burrounditig neighborhood turned out until the church was crowded There was ice cream and cake served in abundance and it netted the managers about twenty dollars This will be used to complete their church which by the way when finished will be as desirable as any ill the country The ladies in charge did all they could to make it pleasant for everybody An ice cream supper given to the public was some Â¬ thing now for the town but It was a great big success and the ladies connected with it desorve much credit for putting it on foot The church was Miss Bettie decorated with flowers Taylor hod her piano moyed to the church and she furnished the music Â¬ nis sister at Troy Ind Mr and Mrs G W Beard have returned from Grajson Springs Mies Lillian Sipple of Cloverport is the uuest of Miss Delia Kvler Chintz Royalty has moved to tho Marcus Kincheloe farm adjoining town Owen Cunningham went to Louisville last week and purchased a piano for his two daughters Rev S K Breeding will preach his larewell setmon at the M E church South Wednesday night Miss Eva Hensley purchased a new piano last week from Mr Kyler tho piano agent at this place Mr James Baker and family of Han cock county were here last week visit- Â¬ SOME OBSERVATIONS By V Q B Â¬ Â¬ DKLEUATKS V B Burton Jno P Haswell Jr Allen R Kincheloe R N Miller R M Jolly W S Batt D O Hereon James Haynes Jno II Butler Jno B Bates It A Smith Dr 8 B Berks Ohas Blanford T P Payne Burrell Beard Jno O Miller Marion Weatherholt Jno R Butler Amiel Oelze Wm J Hall Wm B Gardner Elijah Miller aud I B Jackson ALTKKNATES Gus W 8hellnianOwen Cunningham H A Walker Jesse R Eskridge AVal ter Plggot Bion Jolly Pierce Hardaway Herbert M Beard Clint Hook Andrew Driskell AmoB Sipes Ohas Mattlngly Geo Comer Milton Coke Roscoo Laslie M N Robblns and 0 L Pate On motion of V B Burton the dele gates were instructed to vote for Hon Chas Blanford for Congress first last and all the time aud to use all honors means to secure bis nomination The convention then adjourned Hunumrr M Ukauu Seoy Â¬ POSTPONED of P Moonlight Excursion Delay Â¬ ed Thu members of the K of P lodge who have advertised au excursion this even- Â¬ ing on the steamer Alma to Troy have revived word that it will he impossible for tho boat to come The trip has been postponed to some future date Has Resigned Fred A Bush the efficient station vgunt has resigned from that position at Guston and has beeH succeeded by Mr K 9 X ToMn 1LIJGW H nttt Umk Cum all Brer HU They August 6th t sinous headache Mar stow-MS Imltgeetioo eoMtlpa wlahblia ullr wtth wrtVteMjriM fcMtoaUjftUtlifeMaMM ul if ill 8 Pills ing among their relatives Mrs Morris Eskridge and her daugh- Â¬ ter Miss Lzzie have gone for a two weeks Btay at the Tar Springs Leo Harned came in from Columbus Ind laat Saturday to see his brother who has been ill with typhoid fever Misses Jesse aud Delia Kyler have returned from a visit to relatives and friends in Cloverport aud Hawesulle WHAT IS MAN Mies Mittie Breeding and her brother Subjeot of Prof Burtons Lecture Insti- left last Monday morning for Eddyville and will make the trip through by land tute Proceedings Arthur Goodman who has the con- Â¬ Brandenburg correspondent to tho tract for repairing the street leaditig to Ntws Sixty six teachers were enrolled the depot will begin work on it this at the Institute besides about twelve or week more visiting teachers There was much Mr and Mrs Henry Harned have had enthusiasm manifested by the body two very sick children for some weeks Mr Burton proved a roost efficient con- Â¬ They are thought to be improving at He lectured this writing ductor and Instructor Wednesday night on What is Man Clover Iluller Save your second crop to a fairly good house for Brandenburg of clover for seed ami have it hulled There was much food for thought in the with Ball Frank nnd DeJernett Bridsell subject and it was handled 80 as to bring Clover Iluller out the chief points satisfactorily Still MIbb Mary Lewis one of Brandenwe all on this side think man a com burgs fairest daughters will anive huie puzzle plex coucrete Wednesday She will be Mies Eva in many phases in life Miss Mary Hensleys visitor Lewis sang a yery sweet pretty solo On Miss Hattio May left last week for Thursday night a program of recitations Dawson Springs who she w ill remain for a debate and musical selections was some weeks hoping to improve the con- Â¬ Misses Lula and Minnie rendered dition of her health Bland sang a very pretty duett Mies Frank DeHavens son is quite ill with pro- Â¬ Miss Ellen Munford concluded the typhoid fever He is about fourteen gram with Miss Maude Adkisson accomyears of age and his friends are muqh panist and delighted the audience with alarmed oyer his condition two exquisite numbers given in her hap Â¬ The last Quarterly meeting of the M young ladies are Both piest style favorites here and nobly came to our E church South on this circuit for this rescue when solicited Mr Burton told year will be held at Mount Zion the of his trip to the Teachers National third Saturday and Sunday in this Association at the National Capital and month Foster Lyons wife and daughter nf capltol building He Bhook hands with McKinley and feels I am Iryington and Miss Kurtz of Webster President attended tho ice cream supper afRosotta better thank you dont you know last Saturday night and were the guests The Fitness of Things of Mr and Mrs All Taylor It was night Richard May had a letter last week She was langorously watching pale from his son Louie who in is the Klon- Â¬ Luna and remarked dike regions It was dated June 15 He The moon is full touight says ho will cegin staking out a claim Yes in the gold fields in a short time Her escort yawningly replied its as full as a goat I want to sell my store groceries and Do you know what of she enquired bakery It is a good stand aud enjoys a As it is a Kentucky moon moonshine I suppose he answored as he fine trade and is a grand opening for a M dodged the fan thrown at him by his fair groceryman Call on or address W Iyles colored grocery Haidinsburg Ky entertainer Bud Hook has a position with Bates Was Very Kervoui Co in their new flouring mill down at My daughter was afflicted with scrof- Â¬ Jollys Station Young Hook is a reliable ula and rheumatism aud she was very man and has been in the milling busi- Â¬ We read testimonials about ness long enough to understand it thor- Â¬ nervous Hoods Sarsaparilla and concluded to try oughly it After she had taken our bottles of Mies Allie Witt gave a social to a this medicine she was curod of all these number of her young friends last Fri Â¬ J A Elliott Sandy Ten Â¬ day evening Quite a gay party assem Â¬ troubles nessee bled and a very enjoyable evening was The yaid surrounding theli spent nausea sick head Â¬ Hoods Pills cure home was brightened up by the glare of ache biliousness indigestion Price 25 a number of Japanese lanterns and the cents A number of effect was beautiful youug folks from a distance were pres- Â¬ Delightful Function ent Mrs Etta Evans entertained a party of The public road leading from Garfield at tea at her hospitable homo ou to Rosetta has been wonderfully improv- Â¬ friends Second street Friday evening Those ed recently by the use of the road ma Â¬ who attended were thu Misses Alliuio chine There is a good deal of work yet Murray Anna Hambleton Eugene Vcet to be done on the hills but out Bide of Fred Fraxe James FiBher and Waltor this there has been consldeble imSmart A delightful time wai enjoyed provement in the road At a verv small by all who participated cost the hills can be worked The stone Has Been Promoted for grading them can be had right on J P Peckenpaugh the popular sec the epor and tho work should be done ond clerk on the E G Ragon has been Thu people want good roads promoted to tho position o first clerk on We spent a very pleasant eyenlng tho steamer Rose Hite plying between last week with Mr Houry B Head and Owensboro and Evansville lie will re Â¬ his estimihle good wife on their farm side at Evansville in the future near Rosetta Mr Head has been at A Correction home since April laat looking after his The District Association convention farm aud the conditlou of his crops It la ids desire to improve his place and will take place at Bewleyvillo Thursday August 11 instead of Sunday as a typo Â¬ bring it up to the very latest conditions graphical error In this paper made it ap Â¬ In farming possible II r Head has been oyer the state a great deal In the last pear few years and has observed the plana of Seed Business successful farming In many quarters He The excursion business done by the thinks the lauds In this county can be Henderson route last Sunday wm quite brought up to a high standard His owa extensive About thirty tickets were arm Is a good oae and lib crops will sokletUtls statlaa for different points eowpare favorably with any la the along the road eouaiy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In England It requires seven years to learn a trade Close application and study to that thing therefore which one is to make his life work for such a length of time must well qualify him for business In America we are too eager to gt along Our greed for money get Â¬ ting is bo taxed that we leave tho quali- Â¬ fication for a calling out of the question I nas reading an article the other day which said that wo had to go abroad for skilled labor When asked the cause fur this the writer said it was due t the general antipathy of young Americana to learn a trade American youtli can- Â¬ not wait to prepare himself for his life work he is too anxious to forge ahead But such an apprenticeship could bo required of young men in tills country and then there would be nmple time to acquire success in any calling Some of the best work in Literature and Art and in the sciences lias been accomplished by men beyond fifty Ben Franklin was beyond fifty when he began the study of science aud philosophy bo of Milton aud many other distinguished writers It is not a mistake then for the Ameri- Â¬ can youth to want to see results too soon Let us be patient then and make very thorough such things as we wish to uudertake or map out for our life work Passing down the public road the other day from Hurdinsburg to Long Lick I noticed many signs of improve- Â¬ ment This among the farming class A gentlomau said he had not been over the same road for fifteen years and the changes had been so maked that he hardly recognized the surroundings This too in Breckenridge Well what of it Nothing Ullesa it be to check tho eironeous idea tlint tliinga do not and lanuot he made to lpok better out in tho country among our farm lands Good roads are a condition to an end When you drive over them it is a pleasure and a joy and if the adjacent lands are made to comport with the look of a well balanced and well graded road you have a view around you of which you may feel proud And a good road will move the adjacent laud owner to straighten out and brighten up his premises as a matter of pride Both of these condi- Â¬ tions will appear to the eye of the traveler at many points along this road for manv miles from Hardlnsburg to Long lick Long Lick the church so called sits on an elevation same distance above the creek surrounded by n grove of beautiful oaks It Is an old historic spot The Catholics have worshipped here for years and years and its very name bears a precious memory to hund- Â¬ reds of them Their present church house Is comparatively new and is com- Â¬ modious and comfortable It was built by James Rogers of Cloverport BOLD THIEF W Helped Himself to Luxuries as We I as Necessities Charlie Nowman was lodged in the county jail at Brandenburg Wednesday charged with burglarizing MJ Bennetts store at Battletown It is alleged that lie stole two sacks of Hour half bushel of meal side of bacon three plugs offtobao co and three pounds of Biigar He plead guilty in the examining trial and waa held to await the action of Circuit Court To Consumptives Ab an honest remedy Foleys Honey and Tar does not hold out ialse hopes in advanced stages but truthfully claims to give comfort and relief In the very worst cases and in eatiy stages to effect a cure A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell man Stephensport Gordon Haynes Patesvillo E A Witt Hardlnsburg Watch the Pigs TiHI In certain English fairs and markets the pigs tail is said to unerringly indi Â¬ cate the conditlou of the animal If It hangs loose and fldbby It shows that the animal is out of condition and that It food should be ctumg id If on the other hand it Is colled tightly the pig Is heal Â¬ thy and in good condition mm m III I I i Were Married Rice Holtcroft who Uvea near Bran denburg and Miss Agnes Worknd a popular resident of Brandenburg were uultod In marriage at Louisville Mon Â¬ day Â¬ B4HtS ITOIIIA in m raNaMp MsfK THIS BjajSLOKaNRIIDaK NKLWe OLOYMfcPORT THE BRECKEN RIDGE NEWS JNO D AND V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors ANNALS OF THE Uncle ky OF TIIE - TOWrTl 1 V I i yatlw UNCLE SI LILLARD is known as Iio fox hunt Fox Story WEDNESDAY AUGUST 3 1898 ingest morlitl In the Fene- Although hn is fast approach Â¬ rile ing three score and ton he Is hale hearty and as rugged as an oak He is a magnificent horseman and has as much JMPEIiTALISM TJIE DOQIE MAN enduranco as n Rough Rider UucloSi AVERS HAIR VIGOR fulfills of children when their minds are affected with loves tho chase and is never happier all the promises made for it Is the There ia a period In the lives than when following the hounds when verdict of those itho have Med it gome strange mental malady that causes them to see things Every shadowy the pack is in full cry after a fleet footed place peopled with hob goblins and ogres This is the fox corner becomes an eerie The grand old man has great respect period ol their existence when they Implicitly believe that the boRio man is a hor riblo reality a hldoous entlety There are grown mon who because of some for Roynards cunning and never tires ot Ibavarold Ayers Hair Vioox for ft ft eta eccentricity of mental dynamics believe In bogie men created from the shadows of relating anecdotes that illustrate their yetri and do not know ot a tingle cat where sly tricks to outwit the hounds ft did not give entire latlttactioa These people aro bo peculiarly constituted that their PM their own causeless fears One night last week he was recounting DROVE Faunidale Ala perverted imaginations clothe such Inane things as words with personalities so disÂ¬ some of his experiences in tho line and after relating many inter Â¬ torted that the words become bogie men that frighten their creators To this class of the people who oppose national expansion belong They have esting anecdotes that proved Reynard to does a largesharo bo more foxy than a strategic board in solected a word breathed into it their vague fears and the bogie man thus created When dlieana canted my hair to fall out I answer to a question said found Areas Hair Vioor a mott excellent That these people are faint hearted goes without saying is called Imperialism The smartest fox I ever saw was one preparation and one that dool all that la They are constitutional alarmists and are hag ridden by their own doubts and ter a party of us chased pretty hard last fall claimed for it U RUSH Connellivllla Pa rors In their arguments against the acquisition of new territory by the United Late In tho afternoon I had stationed States they assert that in the event of our obtaining new possessions among the myself in a field that was bordered by a stake and rider fence The cry of the islands of the seas we must Increase our standing army and enlarge the navy that pack notified me that the hounds in claimed we may successfully control such new colonies They contend that by Increasing pursuit of a fox were coming In my di- Â¬ for Aters Hair Vioor doea all that Itwaa fait It It rettored my hair which gray of tho mailed hand of the Republic militarism h engendered and rection Tho field was hilly and pretty becoming W II back to Its natural color dark the power HASBLHOFP Paterton N J brown that militarism is the parent of the king As a further argument against territorial soon I saw Mr Reynard at the top of the expansion they point out Spain as a horrible example of what colonies will do for knoll Though the hounds were fo lowing at a killing pace he ran leisurely a nation along the line of fence until he saw that The man who la possessed of such fears and utters such expressions rerlecte up the dogs in descending the hill had ac- Â¬ M My head became full of dandruff and after began to fall time on the ability of our statesmen doubts tho stability of our government questions quired a speed that would make it AYERSmr hair Vioor stoppedout The ute of the falling out Hair MRS Inspiration of our motives casts aspersions upon the genius of our in Â¬ extremely difficult for them to stop and made the icalp clean and healthy the Divine C M AYRES Mount Airy Qa and belittles the patriotism of our people In comparing America with or change their course Then the foxy stitutions old rascal turned around jumped to a Spain he sins mortally against intelligence fence rail and Bet out along the fence in The United States did not enter into this war with sordid motives or unholy the direction ot the dogs as last as he ambitions No greed for territory or lust for power animated her She is fighting could run The pursuers and pursued for humanity and is inspired with the loftiest ideals The fortunes and exigencies passed each other at lightning speed going in opposite directions When the ot war have made ua responsible to other nations for the observance of the common fox gained the top of the hill the dogs of humanity In the conquered portions of Cuba Porto Rico and the rbilliplnes law were just checking their speed at the Â¬ and compelled us to add Hawaii to our domain An evasion of these responsibilibottom and the leaders of the pack turn- Â¬ ed juBt in time to Bee the mocking grin Subscriptions Wanted for Ke- Â¬ ties before or after the cessation of hostilities would be cowardly ntuckys Silver Service When this war is finished and the inevitable settlement with Spain is made on Brer Foxs countenance as lie disap- Â¬ peared over the crest of the knoll If Porto Rico and the Phillip will fulfill our plighted vow to make Cuba free we Harry Weisslnrjer Has a Good Plan to Ine are ceded to us as indemnity it will be the fulfillment of destiny We can be Watsons A PROMINENT CLO Raise Funds upon to give the people of those Islands such humane boniflcent and depended Sister VKRPORT lady who at one Â¬ stable governments that they will dwell In peace and content We need those Is time lived at Frankfort in A number of leading Cloverport citi Was A discussing the war the lands to consume the surplus products ot our fields and factories zens have received circular letters from Belle other evening said As a rule the people who are uttering tho wolf cry of imperialism are afllicted Col Harry Woissinger chairman of the When I lived at Frankfort some fluancn committee of the commission of lusular prejudice that is born of national isolation Their eyes have not with the years since Miss Paulino Watson sister Ken- Â¬ yot opened to the increased stature power and dignity that has been attained In of Commodore Watson of the United the United States battleship tucky asking them to assist in buying Â¬ the past Bix months by Uncle Sam The glorious mission of tho Republic to pro States navy was one of the belles of tho a handsome silver service for the great city She was a girl of rare beauty and ship claim liberty to all the world has not yet been unfolded to their vison They are afllicted with mental strabismus That is why they fear Imperialism her charms wrought as much havoc with The letter states that tho subscription masculine hearts as the guns of her cannot be too large or too small A sou- the Bogio Man brothers ships might againBt tho fortifi- Â¬ yenir book containing a cut and descripof tion of the battleship Kentucky and of to bo hoped that the territorial cations a seacoast town of Spain color It is Wiikm Judge Lynch draws the At one time the young lady had five tho silver service will be Bent to those generally results fatally to the expansion of the United States will be of devoted admirers each of whom sued for line it who contribute 20 or more The names such proportions as to push Captain victim her hand and heart She found it hard of all the donors will also be published General Blanco off tho earth to make a choice and none would take in the book Contributions to the fund Aouikaldo promises to be the next nay for an answer In some mysterious can be sent to James F Buckner MISTER J HAM LEWIS Jr Deweys shell game In the victim of J Ham Lewis the beauteous con- way five engagement tings found places secretary of the Board of Trade Louis- Â¬ Philliplnes on her tapering fingers and five happy ville gressional luminary from Washington is men congratulated themselves on their Mayor Barry has been asked to furnish has a taste of not only the best dressed man at the luck One Now that Dreckenridgo cuningby some colncidenco a sketch of Cloverport to be printed in national capital but he is also tho most her appetite has been good rouds uniquely honored man the present war the five happy men were thrown to- the eouvenir book In part Mr Wels whetted for more has produced He has been commis gether and in the language of the poet singers letter says The great battleship Kentucky stoned Mister by tho President and can MIbs Pauline Watson became the burden The disappearance of sectional lines in serve in the army without pay He is of their song and story Their Individ named in honor of the state which was Â¬ country is keeping pace with the In this the only person us far as we know in a aal preference for the young lady called launched March 25 will be put In com- Â¬ creased expanse of our territorial lines nation of 75000000 people who has the for explanations and when it was found mission toraetirno between January 1 that she had become engaged on the 1 18U3 Blandvobd seems to have a tail hold official right to the title of Mister He wholesale plan more explanations v ere and March It has beeu universally conceded that republican is in a class by himself As yet J Ham and a down hill pull on the in order and they called on the fair congressional nomination in this dis- Lewis has not shown tho evil effects of charmer in a body When they left she when the great ship shall have been completed a handsome silver service the awful Isolation and majesty of his trict position The fact that he outranks all was in tears and the five beaus were in omblRioned with the arras of the Btate army and that he Is possession of their rings and heart should be presented Davk Smith will fire the first gun of high privates in the Such has been the custom ot all the a little higher than the angels does not aches Mmnilon nml at the same time ii states which have been so honored by Custer Satur seem to have swelled his head to the ex Â¬ sflhngthen his trochas at Kentucky I know tent that it has threatened to crowd the Last of the UNCLE JOHN PATE the government d one of the last of the will not be behind but will rather excel city of Washington out of the District of Conjurers race of ante bellum ne them in the splendor of her gift and the Columbia into the Commonwealth of With wheat fields making thirty bush Virginia J Ham Lewis is blessed be- Â¬ groes left In this vicinity Is dying He universality of the offering prospect for oi id Arm and a bright The gift will not coot less than 10 yond all other dudes By virtue of his belonged before the war to the Pate es corn and tobacco there aro no croakers title of Mister he can wear any uniform tate and Ia now about 71 years of ago 000 It is proposed to secure this amount in Breckenridge outside the frog ponds ho may elect Thus in the course of a Uncle Johnnie has always been consid by popular subscription Every town in day he can be a whole army In himself ered one ot the characters of the town tho stale of Kentucky should be repre- Â¬ Therb ia a strong suspicion that the He can awake in the morning a humble He was a race horse rider in his younger sented No oue need fear that his sub Â¬ navy dopratraent is neglecting its duty private soldier and as he performs each days and iu a moment of frankness scription will be too large nor none so in not appointing a board of enquiry to duty nobly and well he can promote told a white friend that he only threw small that it will be overlooked Wo discover the whereabouts of the strategy himself to the uniform of each success- Â¬ one race In his life and he was paid to do want both dollars and dimes for it is to board -ive rank bo that when he is ready to re Â¬ that Uncle Johnnie has always been be the peoples gift i looked upon with awe by the other col- Â¬ With tho gilt to the ship will go a Ponce the second city In Porto Rico tire the moral triumphs of tho day will ored people of the city This is because list of the contributors and the place of forces have elevated him to the Major Generals surrendered to the American ho bears a well established reputatiou as residence but not the amount so in without a struggle which shows that the uniform It is a matter of local tra making your contribution write name Great are the opportunities of J a conjuror not lost object lesson of Sautiago was ditiou that when Uncle Johnnie does a and address distinctly Ham Lewis upon the Spaniards after ail wart talk those unsightly protuber- Â¬ May he like the peacock make the Millions Given Away ances fado away aa the morning dew be Â¬ itagraineries full to overflowing most of thorn With It is certainly gratifying to the public frying fore the sun In fact there are several its barnyards populous with to know of one concern in the land who white ladies away up in local society chickens and hundreds of thousands of There is no who confess that the Ethiopian wart wiz are not afraid to be generous to the needy vines watermelons smiling on the word so full ard has ridded them of warts and moles and suffering The proprietors of Dr Breckonridge county is indeed like unto of meaning Uncle Johnnie has always kept his wart Kings New Discovery for Consumption and honey a land overflowing with milk and about which such tender and talk a secret He says it was trans CougliB and Colds have given away cluster as that With one of the best school edifices holy recollections who watched mitted to him by an ancestor and that over ten millions trial bottles of this she of Mother it has been in the family since Ham great medicine and have the aatlsfactlon in Kentucky and a faculty composed of Ho will of knowing it lias cured thousands of started iu to colonize Africa trained teachers over our helpless infancy andguidenthusiastic and well first tottering step Yet not accept mouey for his bo vices as a hopeless cases Asthma Brouchltls Cloverport will possess a school this year ed our Moth- Â¬ wart conjuror and says that even an ex Hoarseness and all dtseafios of the throat front rank as the life of every Expectant that will place her In tho er is beset with danger and all ef- Â¬ pression of thanks will dispel the charm cheat and luugs are surely cured by It an educational renter fort should be made to avoid it He promised to Impart the warteecrut to Call on Short Haynes druggist and so assists nature some friend before he died and give the get a trial bottle free Regular sa i 60o WHA T THE Y BELIE VE in the change tak- Â¬ formula of wart talk bo that Cloverport atid II Every bottle guaranteed or That the Breckenridge News stunds ing place that should always have a real live con- Â¬ price refunded high in the esteem of advertisers is to conjure away its warts iu an Leases demonstrated by the following excerpt Mother is ena juror of necessity but as Uncle Johnuie J D Soaton a Fine Farm raone hour the E a progressive from a letter to this paper from II bled to lookfor la delirious and uigli unto death the making farmer has rented the farm be Â¬ K Sutherland Medicine compauy manu- Â¬ I I wartl without chances are that his secret will be buried longing to Mrs W E Minor and will facturers of Dr Bells Honey and Tar as dread suffering or gloomy fore- with him and tnat he will be the last of cultivate it during the coming year He follows bodings to tnenour wncn sue the conjurors is a man who makes a go of every- Â¬ Thero are tho fewest number of pa Â¬ experiences the joy of Motherhood thing he undertakes and will doubtless pers iu the United States with whom we Its use insures safety to the lives MRS W H BOWMER meet Had Just with large success in this under Â¬ would close a contract with position of both Mother and Child and she conduct the infant clasa taking and the Breckeurldge is found stronger after than before Been There run of paper of the Methodist Sunday- News is one of them so enclose con- Â¬ confinementin short it makes She baa a splendid faculty of school We fully believe that Childbirth natural and easy as tract herewith the service will bo satisfactory Dont be interesting the children in their lessons so many have said the reward o persuaded to use anything but and describes of tho present the good and their their blessings THE MAN OF liLOOD AND JItON Remember the name future heavenly home very vividly Her Bismarck the Iron Chancellor Is story that she painted a frleuds tell the dead lie was statesman and soldier when you buy word picture of heaven In so realistic a combined and he was Germanys Crom- Â¬ Sunday tl it it created a manner one well as well as her Cavour He was as again My wife suffered more in ten min Â¬ great tn peace as In war and belonged to utes with either of her other two chil Â¬ deep impression upon tho little tots who One of the young hopefuls an heroic age It was due to Bismarcks dren than she did altogether with her heard her began to awful Blnglenees of purpose that Gar last bavins previously used four bot- Â¬ whon he arrived at his home It is a describe in detail all the landmarks o Mothers Friend ia today a united nation and one of tles of naay blessing to any on expecting to beÂ¬ the Land of glory beyond the ekiee the greatest powers of the world it was come a MOTHER aaja a ouatomer Ilia mother iu atonlhment Inquired Umndxjuon Dalx Canal Illinois doe to hU intensely religious belief In Ml B4 Why Harry how do you come to know the Divine right of king that Wilhelm Harry naively hi so irmly seated oa the throne of 0 RroMltU it ttiS or tout ht iiBrM oa imIM S3 much about heaven III tor book oatolnhw Mtliuonteli Gwaayad Prwala Iilawarck la dead ofMMte Wrtwloiorwttoo for M Motkwt fro aaawered Mrs Bowuaer told me Bhea Tliusl Juat been Sis SIX PAGES Vigor Verdicts jfyer s asr 2igror WAIT FOR THE OPENING V r- VftS RLAG BARGAIN STORE A LARGE STOOCK OF 1 Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes and Groceries WE WILL ARRIVE AT HARDINSBURG Soon with a largo stock of Qenoral Merchandise Â¬ Did St OUR STOCK i- - Was bought direct from the mills nt closing out sale in Now York at prices which will astonish you and cannot ho equalled any where r BEAR IN MIND That wo will not he undersold by any store in tho country ASKED TO DO NOT RAIL To got ready to attend this great opening which is going to bo a regular Klondike the people of Breckenridge county to JIVE AID H BAKER BROS HARDINSBURG KY We Say Â¬ THE LOTUS OF THE NILE With Flavor So Rare Â¬ Without Guile Cannot Compare with Melons Fine Better Than Wine Raised by Him whose Praises We Sing Progressive Jack Ackerman loupe King Great Summer Clearance Sale Goods found in our stock each season are always to he relied upod as the goods peculiar to that season hence we always close out tho residue of stocks To this end our unanswering motto is that goods bought for one season must go at that season This gives us the leverage we have in catering to our large patronage They know that our new stocks are always now Â¬ Â¬ the Canta- Â¬ Â¬ MOTHER Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mothers IUIIU Cfinnfl rl IK II The lotus of the Nile has its counter- Â¬ part in the cantaloupe of tho Ohio These delicious melons ol nutmeg color and exquisite flavor render an im- Â¬ portant service in contributing a large share to the pleasures that makes life worth the living in this part of the moral vineyard The rich sandy loam that is character- Â¬ istic of the river bottoms on both sides of the Ohio river in this section of the valley is peculiarly adapted to the growth of all kinds of melons but of the differ- Â¬ ent varieties it is best suited to tho frag- Â¬ rant luscious cauteloupe and here is where it attains perfection A lurge acreage is planted in this va- Â¬ riety of fruit or vegetable as it may suit you to call it every year Tho largest grower however is Jack Ackerman of Home Ind Uy virtue of his exhaustive knowledge of the habits and eccentricities of the vegetable he meets with the laigest success in grow- Â¬ ing it and plants tho largest patch What he does not know about cante loupes and muskmelons Is precious little and ho understands just how to manage to grow a cantaloupe that is fit for the gods or the palate of an epicure He planted an acre iu canteloupea this year and from 1000 hills he has thus far pulled 4000 melons and this is only the second plucking Talk about the prolific soil of the West when it comes to cautoloupe grow Â¬ ing we can beat the world Mr Ackermau Bays that the Uacken sack variety Is the earliest but Mauls Superior Emerald Gem and Ackrrmans Grand Ripld are jlm dandys whin it comes to size and flavor The market for cantaloupes grown in Perry and Dreckenridge counties la ex- Â¬ tensive and embraces a territory bound- Â¬ ed by Cincinnati Paducah and Clarks yille Tenu The best market in proportion to its bz is Olovorport The reason for this is that Cloverport has a more hearty ap- Â¬ preciation ot a good thing than the bal Â¬ Mr Ackerman ance of the worfd aloue has sold over 1000 melons here In Ou Thursday COO the past four days were Bold figuratively speaking la lees time than it takes to say Jack Kobln son Summer Dress Goods Summer Clothing JFor Men and boys Summer Novelties ALL MUST GO We are Giving Great Concessions in Prices You will lose money if you fail to call onus and will make money if you patronize us a- - flr JACOB ft MEYER BIG SPRING KY mmmmmmwimmmmmi LIKE HER MJ MASTER carried WAttUil T vriaswvfc letter ot to thewas M aJfmaJaA aravnvjv vviaw ajuu awl the good old ai w aguaiMttV XBSB9BJJBfJJJHlk v MOTHErTSJRIEND attleAHfc ruj Since watermelons and muskmelons have luvaded the market the colored population of Cloverport seems happier than ever before and the chlckeaa rest roosts bow bo peacefully oa their onlgbUi that they are galuisg rleehaad are looking quite plump A muehRMM of melon destroys an ap Â¬ petite for chicken so far aa the darkey la eoneernad ad tfeera are thee is this elty who wMt the wpfly of smWm waa inrxuaiiaUbw She Waa Laid Away la a Brisk tore 8sl- - PraHfe YUM KeaeM Hv At BmMoW Banlalaf Get AMaati flj thW spk at August Hon Ana fewaett the faithful eld family servant at Ed BbbU died at Louiavllle but week and waa burled at the Joe Jordan tarial ground Hear Irvi The old lady had saved a oonaidmble ni of RMHMy to defray tiw wpeaiM of her latormeat aad before alve dtd aha ia expressed the WMk that ahe be aid the sm put of ground whow maMeru rowaitw wom laid away awl 1 II Smith will that bor laal itttUaf pm abotrid to a CusUr Saturday WrWcyaKUatwoMba dwaHarta W ttwlatttraMpnlata Hat wata OtJt the BnilflllaMM bad mm He U - m Aebby Nursery Mihld bltUaflJL of wotlc at ftom baa AalaWa ill Lai aM ablppif aton the ltttttow iwOi to tto vU Market every Tftaa ptanla brid br y aoMfcjr lautray mm I d TtMM wwra yefrawi Maale waa dlwinaid by aaHag baada It waa oa of 1 aaoaaaafal aveaia at Um kjad i to mm a wiiiiam aw v- - n9mmm lllliHIllllitr Hi XJLZJ IJRECKEKRIDGE WBntfMDAY NEWS 3 1868 AIGU8T C6WPEAS Art Kit aJ Nsrtflttain mi Food Tor Hens Whets cowpM are planted for green HMiuro it tfl an excellent practico to turn J Cattle hogi into the field about the time that tire Ant pens are ripening Young pips thrive amezlngly on the succulent foil ageaftd well filled pods and the quality oi pork raised on such a healthful and Htrittoua diet k very flue This ia a Yry profitable method ol fjittonitiR hogs or ol preparing them for topping ofT with corn or sorghum for market Am acre of ripening cowpeas will pas tare from 15 to SO hogs for several weeks ami the gain in fertility from the drop ttiMp of the animals during tnat period L wjll more than counterbalance the fertil izing value of the forage eaten The rapid increase in weight will thus repre- Â¬ profit and the farmer sent so much is riches UfniKTl a ton or more of prime pork for every acre planted Chickens and turkeys also eat the ripe peas and do well upon them Oattle and horses are sometimes pas ured on them but the safer and more onomical plan is for them not to be allowed to eat too ravenously of cowpeo vises To such stock it Is better to cut or pull the vines and feed partially wilted There will be less waste and de- Â¬ struction from trampling and if each animal is given only bo much as it can eat clean the greatest economy as well aa the greatest profit will result Fur- Â¬ thermore cattle and sheep are liable to bloat if allowed to eat too ravenously of cowpea vines or any other rich and suc culent forage and by using it as a soiling rrop the danger may be more readily controlled and the loss prevented The report has been sent out from some of the northern experiment sta tions where tbia forago plant is not ordi- Â¬ narily cultivated that cattle will not eat the green vines except alter having been staryod to it and then only sparingly We have Been Western horses and ponies lat would not touch red clover or a ain ration of oats and have heard of utern stock that would not i at alfalfa Hut these few adverse cases do ly jt prove that red clover alfalfa aud oats With the cowpea o not good forage It la very rarely that ie caso is almilar ly southern planter reports that this jrago Is refused by any kind of utock jftr Â¬ SAVED OUR LIFE to Not Neglect the Kidneys and Bladder Disorder of these important organs iuses Brights disease rheumatism pain n the back dropsy and other troubles Disease sometimes guts a hold upon your kidneys and bladder before you realize that anything serious is the matter Often these organs are neglected until that awful malady Brights disease has fastened upon you and death awaits Its victim Many miraculous cures have been wrought by a course of treatment with Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These rtableta aro put up in the shape of a kid ney bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ physicians of mod Â¬ nounced by the ern times to be the most direct in action on the kidneys of any remedy known to medical science You cau eat these tab- Â¬ lets aa you would candy Head for free booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all oggists or sent on receipt of price cents and 1 DbN 0 Davis Frankfort Ind bt OLD POINT COMFORT AND TUB SCA SHORE AUQUST 16TII THE GRANDEST OP ALL TRIPS lv fc l a The regular Annual Excursion to Old Point Com ort In charge of Mr WA WHgiu SP A will it U and b run Tuei Jay Aug l6th via L It from Cloverport on regular O Hallway C tralnlearlnK at gi 45 a m connecting wilh Sea abort Special which leavea Union Station toot o Seventh street at i l3o p m The round trip rate to Old Point Comfort ia only 1500 and the tickets are good ualil September 7U1 with Mop over prlvl gea returning only This trip surpasses any offered the traveling pub- Â¬ lic and affords many delightful diversions Grand and beautiful scenery invigorating mountain air surf bathing ocean vojage palatial hotel enter Â¬ tainment and a visit to the Capital If desired Every attention and courtesy will be extended to ladles without tscotts Choice ol routes returning between Richmond and Clifton Forge will be given enabling those who desire to visit Lychburg Nat rat Bridge and other points of interest Sleeping car rates wilt be ft 00 for berth Louls vlete to Ofd Point to be occupied by one or two persons and application for sleeping car space should be made at once to W A Wllgus S 1 A Ky for further particulars address IlopkfawviHe as above or call on agent L II 4 St I Railway HORSEFLESH A PajwUr Article ef Food la the French Capita m an article of Tire taw ef horsonoflh diet U iiwwwwiuKly popular la Pari says Ixmdo Traih To such an extent has the ttanajMi for tbia food grown tbatlaat yeer aa Urn than 16237 animals includ- Â¬ ing M soshwjMi wr killed for uubmb ami it hu bcom nee oaMHe4i Miry lo kn BtejM for proTidlug a special abattoir for the jmwim Horse meat ie ef etMejret aheap and ie principally puj ifaiiasf by tie peer mhI K ia said to be ItUv stoeuialilMar tM4wltsaB4li the taetthsU the ajsiaaaia froaa which the JUih fa ebtaiiMHl In awav aiwlent and wwb bo waver few if k CASTORIA mMimmtm e pany O died We were marched too utdnt seem to hurt me Camped fast Tho men were at half past len swearin mad June 27 Hurled tho first sergeant tit 8 oclock and started out again on the But Tins Boy Found Time to mnrch Throe volleys aro fired over the grave before it is filled The sergeant Write to Mother was tlressed in his uniform and wrapped in a blanket for burial Only marched six miles today and took it slow Most Was In the Battle of Santiago of us threw our blankets away They are too Ieavy and hot to carry We exdc Cuba July 3 pect to give the Spaniards a round toÂ¬ morrow He Writes of the Suffering of June 28 Wn had a hard rain last night and our company was on picket the Blue Coats duty Imagined wh could hear Spau lards all night Them are large aaud Extract From His Diary Recording crabs here that crawl through the gram Incidents That Transpired and leaves and sound exactly like the sneaking Dons The Spaniards aro a In Cuba mrst barbarous eet of people They cap- Â¬ tured a wounded negro from the tenth N THE A NIQHT TRENCHES infantry and tut a big hole in his Bide and let him go Of couase he died Santiago de Cuba July 6 1808 They mutilate all the bodies they go Dbar Motiikr I will write you a let- Â¬ hold of ter now us there is n rest in the fighting Why Some People Are Poor Tho flag of truco has been out since yesterday and we are enjoying ourselves Bad management keeps more people Have had three days of hard fighting in poor circumstances than any other and lost about a thousand killed and one cause To be successful one must wounded on our side Tho Spanish loss look ahead and plan ahead so that when was very much greater a favorable opportunity presents itself I tell you what it makes a fellow feel he is ready to tako advantage of it A curious when the bullots are as thick as little forethought will also save much ex- Â¬ hail and shells bursting all around and pense and valuable time A prudent men being carried ofl the field 1 guess and careful man will keep a bottle of if it wasnt for our country wo would not ChamberlainB Colic Cholera and Diar- Â¬ be here rhoea Remedy in the house the shiftless We are all wondering what the Span- Â¬ fellow will wait until necessity compels iards are going to do Tlioy say General it and then ruin ids best horse going for Toral wants to surrender but must com- Â¬ a doctor and haye a big doctor bill to municate with Spain pay besides one pays out 25 cent tho There would be many a happy heart other is out a hundred dollars and then here tonight it they would give us a rest wonders why his neighbor is getting and a breathing spell The boys aro al- Â¬ richer while ho is getting poorer For most holding their breath in suspense sale by A R Fisher Cloverport and R although they are ready at a moments A Shellmau Stephensport notice We have been in the trenches flvo FIRINQ Bid CUN5 davs now and are anything but clean I ntu sitting in ray pit while I write It Costs Uncle Sam a Neat Sum of ia just my length and wide onough for Aloney me to lie down and a good pile of dirt in front l St Louis Globe Democrat Came out this morning and set some A correspondent calculates that since forks aud made a shod of green brush to the estimate for the cost of firing n round keep oil the sun and somn of the rain from a big modern gun is 11000 and We have so am very well protected 1500 Rhols were fired at the forts of San about an hourd rain every day We tlago iu one day the bombardment cost went forty eight hours without food aud the couutry 1500000 This calculation1 you know I enjoyed that Today is the is defective The figure 1000 applied first tiny since t ih flgh in be an that we only to the 13 inch guns The cost of have had full rations firing the eight and six inch guns would You uuhfto Msuhow w are lined up1 be much lesi The 1100 pound cast for them We are in a halfmoou around siuut shell of a 13inch gun used against the city and more back of ns Then a rmo ted battleships costs about 500 tjatupsou is in the bay back of the city The ordinary shell fired at unarmored rio they aro in a bad box ship and forts costs much less Of It was lucky for us I guess that our course the 500 pounds of powder beÂ¬ batallion was not in tho hottest fight hind the shell enters into the reckoning where so many were killed We were but the remainder of the 1000 is ob- Â¬ held in reserve while the twenty fifth tained by dividing up the original cost infantry and some volunteers charged a of the gun between the theoretical num- Â¬ fortification and took it just as we started ber of discharges which it could bear in to help them In the British navy where huge guns Wo were under a pretty heavy flro and after about 100 discharges begin to sag company wero wounded two men in our at the muzzle the calculation was fairly Th Spaniards had sharpshooters in ace mate but Bince our guns show an en- Â¬ aud tbey killed several for our the trees tirely different life the figures will side but that didnt last long as we put stand Bomo revision out our sharpshooters and soon killed them ofl Dangerous Drinking Water I tell you we had a hot time Saturday Death lurks iu impure Water It nlgiit They made a charge on ua and breeds diseases often in epidemic form bullets were thicker than the air and a The first symptom is loosenets of the thought shell bunted right ut my head I bowels These diseases are checked by I was a gone coon but we were a little taking Foleys Colic Cure A It Fisher too hot for them and they went in their Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens hole flayues Ideaville G port Gordon The svrgent niBJor has just passed and A Witt llardinaburg stye the Spanish probably wont surren- Â¬ der So guess we will bo fighting them DUKES again soon Have just got tiie news that 0000 of our troops are in Bight and more coming Weather very warm We will settle the Dons now in short Rev S J RUchey is on the sick list onler Rev Frank I am wishing for some good biscuits assisting in the Winfrey of Pateavllle is meeting and a little something of everything Henry Ray of Cloverport attendod It is getting too dark for mo to see how to write aud as I only have about services here Thursday night The country would be in a fine fix if three incites of candle I brought from there was a double standard of money Tampa with me I must economize Itemember me to all my friends John Dawson Jr is spending a few Your loving son days in Haweaville tlte guest of bis sis Kylb Adkisson ter Mrs Bowlen A wind storm swept over this section The following extracts were taken Saturday morning followed by a nice from a diary kept by Kyle Adkisaon and gentle rain Astriesof meetings was commenced since his lauding in Cuba Thursday night in the grove at this place Daiquiri Cuiia by the Methodist congregation Landed June 20 Mrs Higsand her daughter Miss Weather very hot but was glad to got Still feol like I am Euter returned from Daviess county on land once more on the sea This was a mining town but Tnes lay where they have been spend Was bombarded ing the past week with relatives is almost doaetted A ffomau may not understand how to and torn all to pieces Ate lota ef man aba pen a led pencil but she is capable groves and cocoanuts and made me sick of telling her husband what she thinks havent eaten any since June 21 Hough Eiders had a battle of iiia staying out late of nights with the enemy were surprised but The building and repair committee ex- Â¬ came out very well only lost eight men pects to commence repairs on the O 1 but several were wounded most all of church immediately tho work is badly them being shot in the left arm which needed and will add greatly to the com Â¬ Captain Capron killed fort and looks of the house when was very odd They got 37 Spaniards June 22 Started out to the line of Something haa thrown a damper oyer fire Only got to the top of the hill at matrimony there hasnt been a wedding tho lauding and were turned back as bIlci the war began and since the tax the Spaniards had retreated bus beeu levied en iisence that with the June 23 Were marched out about oppressive financial affairs may soon four miles and hick Could see no good blot from tho records that sacred tio that ia it except to make the road for tiie moralizes aud christianize a civilised na- Â¬ Fiftoea hundred tion wagons and artillery Cuban soldiers came in from below Ran We notice Borne yery good yields of tlago They were half naked They wheat comlug from Brockcnridge coun- Â¬ came into camp and want everything ty but we will say old Breckunrldgu will sometblaK to eat first and then pautsor morn Fertilizer it one cigtr for n have to use a little trtirt Want to trade shake pa up with old Hancock Ben blanket or anything they bbo Powers threshed 33 bushels and John June as Another lot of Cuban Johnson thrtstied 30 bushels to the acre about 5000 camps are alive with them oa hill land this year If you doat be have to pat oh gaante ie keep tlu m out Have it jut ask Milviua Getllug tho Their fingers are sticky yailroad in operattoa so th y can run in E O Blank of Lewieville Texac te ftstwiftfto ad take eejapliM eae box of DeWiHa Witch Marched about alae wrlha that 36 Saatlay Jaai Haul eMye wa worth 0 W to him It tail up the railroad to aa old fort It earsMt hie plhw eJ tea ymt etatuMBg la osade of briek aad twaieat Inst Ie Heath less othewte try It-- Itaieeearea etawbliac aad 4mm ted Looked te he W tfAIBsL ssWlsH a AM 300 years eld Three toHa are ail aloag Short A Hayaea We started at soon aad t tbeooaet were eye- - 0mi Miii Htm Coeifh Omm koi 8ever aad tb fire awaam of Ooav Â¬ fin-ishi- THH BRROKELNmrQEl NRWS OIUOYEIRPORT K1Y eVVVVtvVtyVeyVV It BULLETS Groa Could do na GEO YEAKEL Werltv Other Kidney WHISTLED KIDNEYS RHEUMATISM VtyWeV A SuTforcr Modi- - clno Failed 4 50 COS 3c price 100 pes Lawns and Worth 5c Ca Hoe Come quick wont last long - 198 Tow 5c 75 pes Lawns OrganÂ¬ 10c 25 pairs Hartshorn window Linen Suits nicely made good thing for hot weather Sizes 34 to 43 dies Crepe Hulls were sold at 10c and 15c as long as they last at above price plete shades com- Â¬ with fixtures Worth double the BAltXET N Y July MM Dr M M FxKNin Fredonla N Y Dear Sir I had been stele about 8 months with a complication of ailments chief among which was Kidney complaint Had lame back pain and torenosi across mr kidneys Had been confined to my bed much of the tlmo and had been able to do no work I had taken 4 bottles of another kidney euro highly recommended but It did no good Finally I procured a bottlo of your Kidney and Dackache Cure and com- Â¬ menced taking It I Immediately began to Improve A sec- Â¬ ond bottle completed tho euro and now I am as well aa ever flMAMYVwmw f AA A m TTV m Wool J3ggs Ohickona and all country produce ac highest market price Wnnri for our Specials from time to time Geo Yeakel Co Brandenburg Ky ViVVVi--V- l JLJcl m- vr JLC V sr r County Farms FOR SALE If you want to farm profitably come to Daviess where you can get the highest mar kct price for your cornstalks corn tobacco wheat tomatoes potatoes and sweet cornj We have a cellulose factory that buys all the cornstalks j a canning factory that buys nil the tomatoes pcai sweet corn and beans that are brought to them We have a large number of good farms 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 to to S5 per cent cheaper than any one else And sell It on easy terms that will suit you Send for our 18S list of IHvless county farms just out SEND US OHARLES O MARTIN Prescription Pharmacist Si 30 TAGS Owensboro Greenville And 5 Cents in Postage and we will mail you Next door above Payne Cos Cloverport CLIFTON MILLS Mrs John Hatfield laoutho sick list Several of this placo attended church at Walnut Qrove last Sunday Mr B A Parks and family visited his parents Mr and Mrs Tom Parks last Sunday Miss Ural Jordan who has been visit ing in Meade county returned home Thursday Mr and Mrs Kugene Beauchamp worn the guests of Mr and Mrs Frank- Â¬ lin Payne Sunday Misses Alma OrendufT and Ethel Beard were the guests of Misses Raden heimor last evening Â¬ Williams Little Third Street A Nice Cap FREE NO ADVERTISEMENT ON IT i aiai i OWENSBORO KENTUCKY iS 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 rolief Short Ilaynes THE LATESTAYINQ CALLER He Absolutely Forces Host and Host- Â¬ v u Baooage Will Act as g This Offer Ceases September 1st 1898 Administrator Guardian Assignee Etc Twenty Years perience Ex- - ess Into Uttering Falsehoods Friend Staylate makes a call in the evening Conversation blithe and joy- Â¬ ous aud repeated requests for him to re main yet a llttlo while lead him not at all unwillingly to prolong his visit He looks at his watcli with a gasp of genu- Â¬ ine dismay and hurries away slowly at last with profuse apologies for keeping us up until such an unearthly hour Oh Indeed not choruses the entire This 1b early for us We never family think of going to our rooms until an Friend Staylate hour later than this loiters a moment after he gets outside the gate Slam goes tho door bangl wangl Blaml goes the shutters calling harshly to each other Thought that fel- Â¬ Bangl Why low never would go Slaml And 8 didnt he stay all night the rattle of tho chain cries Gone at S Tho darkness of the dungeon settles down on the house the family haa gone to bed having relieved its mind by doors and shutters that are ready to tell the truth any time they aro 0 given a chance Robert J Burdette in the August Ladies Home Journal Â¬ THE I Trade J I t o OWE R O f N S 1 Mark X Settling Estates Attention All Legal Matters Given Prompt sxs LEADING GREENVILLE TOBAGCO OF THE W ORL lil WITTS ISA S33SMS3Si3l I Gilmore Bros Company 1NCORPORA TED STORE Owensboro IB40 Kentucky moa The editor of the Evans City Pa Globe writes One Minute Cougli Cure is rightly named It cured my children after all other remedies failed It cures coughp colds and all throat and lung troubles Short Haynes FIXTURE IN HARDINSBURG Everybody knows Witts store It contains the best and purest lino of drugs and General Mercbandlso in this district HONEST OOODS LOGAN COLLEGE KY Ono of the Beat Buildings in the State Well equipped Faculty from tho great bcIiooIb of this country and Europo BANK or EAUDItfSBURG WILL MILLER Vice President M II BEARD CaaLier u W 11KAKD RUSSELVILLE A G MURPHY President l B F BEARD President HONEST PRICES HONEST DEALINGS Are the inducements of Â¬ fered to patronize this es- Â¬ tablishment and they havo been in vogue evor since the Btorti started MORllIS KSKBIDQX R M JOLLY INTEREST f Dlrtttot PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS PANTS S3 OO TOS500 SUITS XIOOOTOaOOOr 23Eg WANTED WJt0 In every city or town i Agent or Branch Manager I SALARY COMMISSION HUNTER TAILORING uuti Safety Comfort Louisville d STKAMKRS BvansvillG Kbs WITTS HARDINSBURQ ess- E A Made Fit Guaranteed and ar incuts kept in repair to for one yeur i Urtfcr i xf irieuin 1HLU of ciiauui Samples and self measure blanks sent by mail j Packet Line Past Mali Line llstweea KY PROPOSALS FOR BIDS In- Â¬ Louisville and Evansville E G KAGON F M Websters International An Opportunity Unabridged Surceuor ofth Tho Quo Great Stundunl Authority KowrtUsllon II J llrewrr JuUcol d Supreme Court Ryan Hsjtsr W A Bishop Pansr IliiStionary HtaHdKTtl I For TARASOON D Ii Psaay vestors I Mitr L T Conner Parser TELL CITY R II Ballard Master W 0 Newbell Purser wsn Neeeeeeeen of tlieUMMlovtrrtiitiiiK llllr ile V S Hiiprriiie Iuuri nil the htale Hu- rrm oiirisaiiioiiier j uu ine Btiiuoiuuuks by State tiuperiiiltiiiiniU if Hrhuoll t olb Le Irrsl- - P D STAGGS sSB oC COHsHielltlCll Vlstrutty I am ready to rocoive bids on par valuation 100 10 I am roady to rocoiva bids on tho shares of Breckonridge Bank stock ontiro stock of dry goods grocerios iVnUaiilitlirri uiinitrs Dally axoept BaturiUy between LoaUrllle aad User Aiutrlaa fret jl t shlrrt by tbU Mas dUrer4 qalek r then by rail TravskM will Sail tea steamers an aaser eulpajwt aad aeeEa4aWs pawe4 The Wet Hty im splye4 seaki mi ke bsab U equal to that oftbe but betel j Invaluable ami belonging to eto and also a lease on tho storo lo In the ImuschoM III tAHrlier nLolsr uro etlimtur -Skvirtti imgti tent on imJIciitToH lo OK C MurrluHt CelttblUlsertfJ ftasiunfti luau uuu wn the ostato of Robert Tobin deceas Â¬ building of tho firm of Tobin ed and will keop this odor open Groves bids to bo cloBod Septem Â¬ u HHrtHKWlH Wins until September 1st when all bids ber 1st oloeo Will gtvo liberal terms to Jf LUvwte eei 4uh m mi in A Aw tWIHY WWMITI rM A 09 fH B9 4eelve4li CAWTION buying eesH ee ea Med All autkeutia Wafcetera IXcitsriarUe IHI minl ut vlrjra lntoruaUimal IHosloa y In ll vilor lirs bear uur lt4uun on lifiuroyrasiwniaueeui purchasers G Tobinsport H HYDE Iml tQ K GROVES Surviving Partner Beet Admiahrtratot of Will Aasexod tHH OVWniAJimTT Owenehira Ky w 09tsePQaOe Tftbliwport Ind - 0HR BJgJRQKNMIXMR NRW8 OLOYmKPORT KY Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 3 1898 QUEER SIGHTS AND SCENES Witnessed at Chinatown by the BKJ ADVANTAGES To the Mur Who Invests In the ular Loan St Paul Pop- Â¬ INCIDENTS OF ARMY LIFE Details by a Former Brecken- Â¬ B O S W RY Fs Clover Sickness Clover sickness a common Unease which ottan ruins clover crops has k caused German scientists to make exper Â¬ iments They have succeeded In Rpttlug cultures of the bacteria that produce the Who Describe an Interesting Trip to Unalaska disease Thoy expect that soon farmers will be able to inoculate their land just as a human beinjr may be treated The Nkwb is now In possession of a series of articles that wero written by I think De Witts Witch Harel Salve Phillip and Edward Petit in which they Is tho finest preparation on the market describo various interesting incidents for piles So writes John 0 Dunn of concerning their trip to Alaska when Wheeling W Va Try it and you will they went from Louisville last winter to think the same It also cures eczema build boats for the Alaska Commercial Haynes company and all skin diseases Short Petit Boys fe ft fi Shipload of Oold A Seattle Washington news dispatch Bays The steamer Charles Nelson ar Â¬ rived here yesterday from St Michaels with 173 passengers from Dawson and gold dust estimated all tho way from 1000000 to 1500000 Purser M A Tucker said I believe that 1500000 is a fair estimate Of that amount I can vouch for 600000 which was turned overto ma and placed in the steamers safe The young men are about to return home from their station at Dutch Harbor Uualaska this month They are brothers of Mrs Pike Cown of Stephens port Â¬ DECLINED Has the Commerce of the United States With Puerto Rico - a J At R r - The trade between the United States and Puerto Rico is reviewed in a bulle- Â¬ tin Issued by the Secretary of Agriculture The official returns show that our commercial transactions with Puerto Rico during the fiscal year 1817 just closed amounted in value to M 109912 the least sinco the Civil War except in 1895 when it fell to 331005 The highest mark was in 18G2 when imports and exports had a combined value of 13870025 Subsequently the trade de- Â¬ clined rapidly and in less than a decade it had fallen off more than one half The average annual trade fell from 0017787 In 1888 9J to 1856717 In Â¬ Â¬ 1893 97 Dutch Hahiioh Unalaska Probably one of the most interesting incidents of our trip to Alaska took place at San Francisco The Alaska Commercial company made liberal prep- Â¬ arations to entertain us and when we arrived in the city we were conducted to the Prescott hotel After we had been assigned our rooms and had rested up from our overland trip a guide appeared at the hotel and notified us that he had been delegated to show us the sights of San Francisco We all availed ourselves of this oppor- Â¬ tunity and were soon following the guide through that part of the city known as Chinatown The Celestial Empire is certainly well represented here as 04000 of Its citizens have their residence here and have transplanted to an American city all the customs of an oriental metropolis The business part of the town is made up of stores of every description and almost every conceivable commercial pursuit is carried on under one roof We went through the famous Chlneso temple This immense house ol worship is a wonderful sight and its sacred pic tures its incense and its wonderful carvings Is an attractive sight to western eyes A Chinese restaurant was next visited Its tables have a seating capacity of 500 and the walls are decorated with quaint pictures A hotel adjoined it and this caravansery was a domocratlc institution for wealthy and poor alike patronizod it and all did their own cooking Iu the rear of the buildiug is a room devoted especially to opium smoking and when we visited it the apartment was filled renter 1reit I If ono person In sevou of our countrys population should invest 10 Iu the 3 per cent war loan now offered for popular subscription considerably more than the entire 200000000 would he absorb Â¬ ed and wo should have among us be Â¬ tween 7000000 anil 8000000 of more or lcm bloated bondholders all Intensely devoted to maintaining tho stability of our government There are no such number who requiro a pecuniary stake to insure such devotion still when a mans funds ar invested in the ship of state ho will naturally tako more inter- Â¬ est In its navigation will study more carefully the courses it is to pursue and will so far as his influence goes see to it that Its destinies are committed to no unsafe pilots The wide distribution of the loan is therefore to be sincerely hoped for The bonds offer onu of the very few forms of investment attended with absolutely no risk and as large masses of capital are now offering at oven lower rates of interest it Is certain that they will go to a premium as soon as their Interest is completed Their ready convertibility into cash should a rainy day come upon the Investor Is another inducement to persons with just a littlo money put aside A Howling Success Wherever properly Introduced Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin as a cure for constipation has met with a phenomen- Â¬ al sale Many druggists cannot say enough in praise of Its merits as well as its great popularity with the people In 10c trial size and also in 50c and 100 sizes of Chas C Martin UNCLE SAH ridge Boy Hsw the Day Are Spent On Field Ihs Tented SAftCM Wtmx wvK76 Mmm ancoMK 85 WWHffi A Beautiful Trains leave IOuIuvIIIb m allows CinelnMtl mi tit O 8 W RAtLWAY Haiti St Louli and the VVVtt I No to N01t No Lv I ouWvlli 135am Bijim 45f Ar Cincinnati 643am 1155am 11 I jm Ar Columbus 355pm it osp 8 13pm Ar Pittsburg Ar Washington 6501m If soan 2opn Ar Baltimore 730am lo 13am 3 40pn Ar Philadelphia Is jonn Sispn Ar New York Ar Iloston 3 copra oojpq Nriln No 16 hit eleirant Pullman Buffet 1irlnr Ctr to Cincinnati and Driwlrr room Sleeper aai dining cars Clncmtitti to Waihlnglon Baitlmori Philadelphia and New York without chance Train No IS hat elegant Pnltman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining can Cincinnati to New York without change Train No to hat ileepert to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive paitergert St LohIi Springfield ansi the West No 1 6 No to No 44 Lt Loulirille 8131m Siopa 135am 640pm ArM Louis lijoan 711am 8 40pm Ar Springfield 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m dally Chsrlestown accommodation leaves at 1 to p m except Sunday Trains Not 16 10 and 41 have elegant da coach Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Loolt 1 iiAina aiiui v ju From Bast 7 S3 am is 13 noon 640 pm Present FREO for a few months to all users of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH Flat Iron Brand To induce you to try this brand of starcliso that you may find out for yourself that all claims for its superiority and ecoa- omy are true the makers have had prepared at great expense a series of k m Is Now Engaged In World Evening Iost Feeding the 1 We extract teeth 25 cents without pain 1011 739 foverport 1086 WrmniiTPLATEs Made a New Man of Him llawesville 1035 1068 804 Make a good set ol artificial eeth for JUU Owensboro 1135 9C6 1148 Bhvan Ohio Jan 13 1897 bpottsvM Teeth filled wltb gold sad platinum alloy 1217pm 947 75 1223am I had been suOuring Gentlemen Henderson 1240 1010 12 5 Teeth filled with amalgam 50 EransvllI 115 1040 115 from indigestion Had a poor appetite Arr St Louis 732 Teeth filled with pure gold 730 100 jLiaTsasssssssstsssssWP1 ssssssssssnt fii and could not eat anything containing and up A I trains run thrntiirti KIM n 1tvallt grease and had constantly a worn out Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trains between Si Louis Bvan ville and Louis feeling After using three 50j bottles of vine numoers 41 ana 42 connect at Irvineton for Dr Caldvells Syrup Pepsin I am now rordiville and Hardinsburg daily except Sunday New York Dental Parlors 542 Fourth Louisville Ky H C MORDUE A C 1 A able to eat anything my appetite craves OuV system Louisville Ky B48 imit5ke buttgetniherJBht Pee Is of making- fold tZAO JS and can say it has made a new man of or plates the best known to theprofeasloa M S lfc T People from abroad can come In the morning and wear their new teethhome aamVdi me Eli Boukv Chas O Martin with smokers and the vapor from their pipes was thick enough to cut with a druggist Lo Hi St L Fordsillle Branch knife Our s ay was limited s i aiiainn liSMSismsam TIME TABLE Ns 10 Hon D II Smith will Our trip from San Francisco to Tacoma rsiiMniiiisinisji RATES The most centr llu looatai g -was over what is undoubtedlv the scenic evzvptnoKt Hotel i thcitu aites speak Custer Saturday route of the world It took TAKING EFFEOT MAY JO 1807 us by Mt West Bound Trains August ith Kast Bound Train iifTPT aViBVBT9lLSjiTIBliiuisrir fJ 1W iJBaas aar r r Shasta and the other towering giants of bally Dally the Slera Mndro range The trip was a Dally I Dallv SAM JONES SAYINGS STATIONS ex Sunlex Sur continuous panorama in which natures No 6 No 1 jJfllBalsrMfcSSlsSFla SssiynsW No J I No grandest scenes were constantly un- Â¬ 959m Ir Irvineton Ar o0m mfMmvmMssskx Nothing is more lovely than a gentle folded uameld SCO llarned 7 42 patient woman God pity the man who Junction 7 37 We arrived in Tacoma Washington Kardlntburg 727 has a forkytongued wife Friday April 18 It was the end of a Junction 717 Kirk I have known preachers who looked railroad journey of 1195 miles We had 70S Jolly 660 mill as sad and solemn as if their Father in two days In which to view the city 1265 VgjAVjaVtS1 VSy ilendesno 630 It Demntter 620 -- -dead and had not left them is a handsome place containing tall heaven Mas lQ arKallsKouEhlv SOS OUISYILLEiYK A Clever Trick 6 44 vcmpsier a cent buIdings noble church edifices and beauHock vale 638 It certainly looks like it but there is In a town in Georgia a number of girls tiful homes The streets are well laid Ruth SM realy no trick about It Anybody can 215 Asklns 626 married men to reform them and now out and paved and tho stores all have an a30 Oaks 610 try it who has Lame Back and Weak Mitchell the town is full of little appearance of thrift and enterprise Kidneys Malaria or nervous --o 3 5pm ArKnrdsvilleLv 5 00am aTvssaaTssMryrcttic 111 I I I II IJ 1 1 r III I HI troubles widows I Over almost every door were signs read Â¬ We mean he can cure himself right One thing I havo against the church in ing Klondike Outfits for Sale Burgees of Mllesburg Pa The Chief away by taking Electric Bitters This Bft8jBagBaBBjFyffiUyJjX this day We are too slow Tho devil On Sunday morning we boarded the medicine Louisville HendersoiiSi Louis fiyCi tones up the whole system says DeWitts Little Early Itinera are the s in run a mile while we are pulling on Alaska Commercial companys steam acts as a stimulant to the Liver and Kid- Â¬ best pilis ho ever used in his family our boots vessel and set sail for Dutch Harbor in neys is a blood purifier and nerve tonic during forty years of honse keeping 3STO God pity the doctor who will prescribe Unalaska We passed 8eattle Victoria It curts Constipation Headache Faint Â¬ They enre constipation sick headacbo liquor for a man I might prescribe it and Vancouver all in succession After and stomach and liver troubles Kmall for a poor dying woman but I wouldnt a voyage of 1800 miles we ar ing Spells Sleeplessness and Melancholy It is purely vegetable a mild laxative in site but great in results Short A iaBaBBBBHsBBalssBBfT THBstsTsn glvo it to a man until he was dead Taking-- Effect rived at our destination where and restores the system to its natural HayueB everything was made fast and the vigor Try Electric Bitters and be con- Â¬ 630 ocIckiKSiDMir 8f IIS7 A Hint to Those Who Hare Bowel engine stopped for the An Anecdote of Lincoln first time vinced that they are a miracle worker Complaint in eiglt and a half days and nights cov- Every bottle guaranted Kansas City Journal Only 50c a bot Vtut Bound Traim Mail Bound TnH ering 1800 miles We slept much better tle at Short Haynes At one period during the rebellion Mr John Bevlns editor of the Press when laying at anchor The next day there were no less than 74 Major Gener If 13 Worth Printing 1heGRAJP0P Mall Anthon Iowa says I have used Cham Â¬ the wind was blowing on the shore and als and 276 Brigadiers on the Tolls which Bxpra Bxprs STATIONS COAIMON SENSE was far moro than there was any use for berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea we had to lay over until Wednesday PaiiT Pslly Dally I Dally the Twice-a-Wee- k morning before we could get Into tho Remedy in tuy family for fifteen years President Lincoln reiognlzttl this mis Â¬ 4 Opin 7 30am Is Not a Matter of Inheritance It Is lvUnnptir laaspi 7 48 oui Kentucky St 12 36 have recommended it to hundreds of wharf and you bet we were not long get- Â¬ take before anyone else but be consoled 637 818 Acquired West Point 1160am 6 40 others and have never known it to ting ashore Courier 8 21 himself by joking about it It is re-Â¬ Howard 1146 6 4S 829 Wlllowdale 1136 Wo can say that we were treated as fail in a single instance called that ou one occasion when ono of sale by For 663 936 Hock Haven well as could be all along the line There is but ono way to live and that theea superfluous generals was captured 600 8 42 Af A It Fisher Cloverport It A Shell Branch 1121 Will Print It 609 8 61 nrandenbursr ter they got the boat yard located we is to live justly The world is large and ly the enemy with a number of men 618 manStophensport 869 Moat fascinating InvenKkron 636 907 had to go about twelve miles to get wide but there is no spot where a man and horses somebody undertook to con- Â¬ tion of tho nire Always Outon 033 915 ready to entertain It Irvington 661 BLASTS FROM RAMS HORN around a mountain to the place located can hide from the moral consequences of sole with tho President on the subject 923 requires no skill to oper Webster SovilltheBHECKENUinOK NEWS and every M69 9 31 ate It niid reproduce tho Democrat every Kepublican every man woman Todlbura We are about one and a half miles dishonesty A nobio character is not remarking that the loss of the or 07 932 music of bonds orchescaptured Pierce Neglect bolts the door of opportunity 712 943 Sample or Instru- - cnira who can read will want to read It tras vocalists from Unalaska in a very pretty place created it is made Even on the low generals services was a great misfortune 720 961 m0tltnlKlnfs Tharal Stephensport Half the troubles of life are imagi Â¬ surrounded by plane of pure expediency it is better to to the government 724 nothing like it for an evenings entertainment 966 mountains Addison nary 727 Other so called talking machines reproduce 969 Holt THETWICAWHKKCOURIlfnJOURNAI Our intention was first to build our rule yourself than to be false You can Â¬ only records of 739 1011 Pooh replied Lincoln subjects specially I a Democratic Cloverport Its tho prepared in a laboratory but tho Oraphophono paper of six or tight psnes ikued Fear Not plus Fret Not equals Fall- - quarters to live 7 43 1014 Shops in for tho season It not ignore a tornado you must protect horses Im thinking about I can make Is not limited to such performances Wednesday and Saturday of inch week 1036 The 764 On tho SMllmau Not consists of three two story houses to yourself against lt You cannot ignore another Brigadier General In two min Â¬ Oraphophono you can easily make and Instantly Wedneiday issue prints all the clean news and the 804 1036 llawesville reproduce records of tho voice or any sound You can not inflate a balloon with a sleep In one 812 1043 Petrle large dining hall and God or his laws for they refuse to be utes but horses aro scarce and cost 1200 Thus It constantly awakens new interest and Saturday Isue prints storie Jllscallany Poetry 818 1049 Falcon cake of yeast Its charm Is ever fresh 827 1068 Tho reproductions are all matters of special Interest n the home It Is Lewlport kitchen two store houses office black- Â¬ Ignored apitce 838 1106 edited by Henry Watterson Waltrain Cheerfulness brightens the gift and smith shop saw Religion is only another word for com- Â¬ 843 1114 mill two tool houses Powers Grapiepfteies are seid far ie ad beautifies the giver 11 36 863 Pates mon sense It is not a mystery it is a and one lumber house So far the 9OT AlimiflrtnrMl tin1fF fli nalnl nf 11lt Tain UaSam Owensboro God gives no man the contract to en Â¬ work has IhB Kind You Haw Always Bought JEdHon and sUrdonalrt Our eimblUlimmt Is lionrt 916 llpm Mattlngly been very satisfactory to all plain and simplo fact If you live Bsui the world 9 31 Machines 1161 XsrlStOi large the narrow road Jim ten oflioSupplies tor Tallinn catalogue aud Machine Write for and we hope that in the future we will grandly nobly justly if you direct your Blgnitoro 926 1166 Stanley Care is the stumbling block in the all have good of 932 1208 Vou get 104 good papers ft six or eight pages Worthlngton health as in the past and voyago by the star If you can look the 1209 939 COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO Reads Dept 30 each lor soc IEjS THAN ONE CKNT A pathway of happiness 9 47pm 1217 Spottsvllle that this will be a prosperous year to all world in the face without a blush know Â¬ lAPKH 9 61 pit 1234 Habits makes ruts either for Gods and that we assett 010 Pennsylvania Avenue 019pm 1249protr HimiI l I may have a safe trip home ing that the world can see jour soul and DeWltf 5 Witch Hazel Salve iTttu chariots or for the devils wagons Washington D O Cure Piles Scalds Burns USEFUL PREMIUMS We find that we are six hours behind your motives as well as your actions you Trains Nos 41 and 41 make eomuetlaa ar Themore we weigh our conversation our home time and lr that we have trav- Â¬ have that kind of religion which is con New York Paris Chicago Are given club raUers and good paving coramis the heavier the words will become sions are allowrd agents eled 4195 miles by rail and 1800 by wa tainud in the sermon on the Mount and St Louis Philadelphia II you would be rich in the riches that tor making 5095 miles from home it will suffice for hero aud hereafter Baltimore Washington Buffalo do not take to themselves wings learn to Dally Courier Journal Year George II Ilepworth in New York Hun I600 to the North and East For further kbLtE be thankful Dally and Sunday i Year m Agents or 800 I JjThrjw3 day Herald cwl5Bf What a Oraphophone Doei Sunday aline H C MOHDUK A 8 P A Year The grateful man Is always having ijoo Loulvt Ky windows of heaven open to pour bless- Â¬ A Graphophone will make your home The Bight Kind of a Friend ing in upon his soul a happy one for it is alwaya ready to on I was seriously aillictml with a cough Most everyone is willing to help bury tertain Wharfwisters It will reproduce the music of or several years and Steamboat Agents last all had a more OMAHA EXPOSITION a dead man but how few are willing to bandit orchestras and tololals You can severe cough than ever before I have help a living man out of the mire have muolo of any kind at any time and KENTUCKY used many remedies without receiving vi v fffi tt wja7iMlirMrii CLOVEBP0BT June 1st to October 31 at The man who calls himself a vile need no skilled performers to render it much relief and being recommended to And The laical Anenls worm of the dust in his prayers Is sur Â¬ The music is there the record that try a bottle o Chamberlains Couah THE GRANDEST EXPOSITION prised if his neighbor agrees with him will set the waves of melody in motion Hemestead Fertilizer Company and Remedy by a riend who knowing me The proper way to pronouuee patriot again when you touch the button Ou a to bo NEWS except Worlds Fnirevr phmiW OH Company a poor widow gave lt to me I Standard ism is not pay trlotlsm It may not pay a Gtaphophone too you can record your tried it with the most gratifying results in the United State Dealers In to bo a patriot hut we have no use in own voice or music or any sound and TWhl Both one Year The first bottle relieved me very much within cheap and quick mssmh jrf America for the man that Isnt one reproduce them Immediately Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pino Floor These and the second bottle has absolutely the entire Missouri ami MlMiaafpi varied and wonderful powers make tho cured me lag and Gelling Weather Boarding I have not had as good health Buokleat Aralca Salve Graphphone a marvellous entertainer Sbiagles Bait Lime Cement We have made a special clubbing arrangement Valley 0 at your owndoota TJuonfli Thk BasT Salvb In the world for Cuts for the home Graphophones can be or twenty years Mrs Mary E Beard with the TwiceaWnk Courlcrjom naland will tickets Laths Plaster Plastering Clover- Â¬ beyond OhmIm allow atop For sale by A R Bruises Bores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe Â¬ bought for 10 and up Write for Cata Â¬ Claromore Ark and our for As price named to atf undlhat piper Hair Plow Handles overe Kedttoed ejaairetoo Miej fco our subscribers who wlt renew and pay In ad ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chll logue 30 to the Columbia Phonograph Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman Brisks Hie Stephensport vance or to all new subscriber who wW pay la Omaha ulalns Corns and all fikln Eruptions Co No 010 Pennsylvania Ave Wash- Take Um Thirthaiie EtthMlH Fsrsktiea Hr RHUt art advance Sample cool CourWJowna4 seat k and postlvely cures Piles or no psy re- Â¬ Ington DjU Route the old and rHnhtiiheJ Jb on application Bob Moore ol LaFayette Iud says lk MIg Material quired It Is guaranteed to give perfect AH SMbisrlBXem that or constipation he has ound De u4f m otUf mtut h sent to aad thrauies OwaI ia asjaaiL satisfaction or money refunded Price tatfce DR CALDWELLS Witts Little Karly Risers to be perfect miioo 25 cents per box For sale hy Short A DR OALDWCLLS They never grlpo Try them or stom Â¬ May Co wWaM HJJOTT W Haynes I IN DIGESTION 11 ach and liver troubles Shwt A Haynes BRECKENRIDGE MEWS OAHXBLTON IKD OUKatat 04NSTIATI64 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ at The Post has shown that in the fiscal year ended June 30 the export of arti- Â¬ cles manufactured in tho United States not only exceeded iu value those of the preceding year but that for the first time in the history of the country they exceeded tho imparts of manufactures Precisely the same may be said also concerning our agricultural industry In 1892 when the country in many respects reached the high water mark of prosperity tho exports of ugriculturul pro ducts aggregated in value over 799 000 000 In the fiscal year just ended the exports passed the 800000000 mark aud incomplete reports indicated that they would reach 835000000 Never before did the exports reach S0O0OOO00 and only twice did they amount to 700000000 In a single year the exports of these products increased about 150000000 in value the increase in breadstuffd alono being more than 100000000 Tho exports of wheat more than doubled in value in compari- Â¬ son with tho exports for the previous year and the increase in flour and corn was nearly 50 per cent each whip-poor-wi- ll Knotvillk Tknn August 2 Tho Weaver Guards otherwise known as Co II Oih Reg U 8 V I haying been recruited to its full number 84 men left Louisville July 13 under r irst Lieuten Â¬ ant Dennis and arrived at Knoxvillo at 10 p in of eame date Our trip through old Kentucky was dovold of incident except the enthusi Â¬ astic crowds which greeted us at every stop Upon arriving at Knoxvillo wo im mediately formed column aud marched through a light rain to Camp Wilder about a mile distant where our blankets uniforms and tins were distributed to us after which we were assigned to our tents Our first night was spent rather uncomfortably on account of n lack of preparations being made for our accom- Â¬ modation But since everything has been arranged for our comfort and all the boys are well pleased with tho atten- Â¬ tion they have received The camp is located in a beautiful park shaded by pines aud cedar and the rows of tents with the guns of the occupants stacked in front of each pre- Â¬ sent a very warllko appearance to one not accustomed to army life The boys composing the Weaver Guards were very much dissatisfied by being assigned to other companies that lacked the required number of men and in fact refused to sign the muster-ln-rountil assured that tho change would be only temporary Our commander Col L D Tyson is every inch a soldier and a strict discip- Â¬ linarian even failure to report at roll call being sufficient for a term iu the guard house All equipments have been received aud distributed excepting the bells and cartridges which are expected daily As jet no definite Information as to the date of our departure can be obtained but from Information received from our commanding officer I anticipate a move within thirty days either to Newpott News Va or Tampa Before leaving Louisville I often hoHrd that the food of the voluuteers was very poor and badly cooked but such has not been the case here as at least once each day green vegetables beef and canned goods are served Religious services are held every Sab bath and are attended by a large num Â¬ ber of tho boys as well as visitors Got ernor Taylor paid the regiment a visit last week The most popular visitor at tho camp is the postman and to wajch the boys scramble to get neir him when tho list of letters is read is amusing Those who are fortunate enough to receive a mis- Â¬ sive from homo aro all smiles while the unfortunate ones are greeted with You had a good home but you left or some similar expression Could write a great deal concerning the camp but fearing that I will overtax the patience of the reader I will close with best wishes for tho News and Breckenridge Tiieodohk G Moselicy Â¬ ll Â¬ LaaSeBisfegJ GAME PLAQUES exact reproductions of the ioooo originals by Muvllle which will be givea you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference are free of any suggestion of advertising whatever and will ornament the most elegant apartment No manufacturing concern ever beforegave 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 Snipe The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life Each Plaque is bordered with a band of gold 11 S3 ELASTIC STARCH has been tho standard for 25 years TWENTY TWO MILLION packages of tills brand were sold last year Thats how good it is ASK YOUR DEALER to show you the plaques and tell you about Elastic Starch Accept no substitute How To Got Thtm From West 7 ic a m it 13 p 40 p m City Ticket office southeast coHKrpktk and Main streets Depot Seventh and river lor detail information regarding rats time on Connecting Imet sleeping parlor dining cars etc It S BROWN sddrett District Pats A Ticket Agent B O S W Ry 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CiinsSBROUGH General Panenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio O n WAIIKKL Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio am 310am 1 Flat Iron Brand are entitled to ro colrofrom their grocer one of those beautiful Clime Plaque free The plaqnes will not be sent by mall They can be obtained only from roar grocer Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch Do not delay This offer Is for a short time only All purchaser of three 10 cent or six Scent packages of Elastic Starch Henderson Route Loniirille Bandenon St Loiii Ey Co Thne Card la Effect Jaae 20 87 East Hound No 4s No 44 No 46 IIS 1 SHOULD INTEREST BBDHI Ly St Louis Kvansville Henderson bpnttsvillu Owenkboro 6 53am Because it is placed here by the WHY NEW YORK DENTAL PARLORS for the benefit of the public that they may know where to go to get the best dental work at the very lowest price bbbbbmk TTtTTU llawesville Cloverport Stephensport Irvineton Brandenburg ArrLouiaville West Hound Lv Louisville llrandenburg Irvington Stephenipott 9U 715 738 818 3 aaOpm 246 310 37 3 gs 4 7 66am 865pm 2am v 00 1007 1045 11 12 1235pm No 7 M5 603 622 603 621 745 40 460 610 625 567 617 730 43 No 4 4I No 861 915 951 0m 7 20 50pm 823pm 60 9 Si 6 43 962 4 1021 St - h mr ESftMMfiltf Pil3fBssrffiW9i ii4Az2ri7Mi MBlilll3l MpBr I 1 m 1 ffll MfU Fill in iyvMpriapSsajs 4 TIME SCHESULI it Â¬ fti A Its Journal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OASTORZA Price 50c a Year M i 1 Tf a5 GREGORY GO 1 us49rSsie33 Twicea Weelc Courier Journal Â¬ J HHunsche The TAILOR BBI For Only 125 Will be in port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month 5YRUP PEPSIN with Gasper ft MRUP N uuXtfTm l mBSSSmw WvVrWf 7iwrn ymwsm i iriffir THEl BHBOKBNRIDGR NEWS OLOYHRPORT KY Ksr yt 0 VeVtVtV Trouble J Uvmr MAY BE PERSONAL MENTION A PIONEER CHURCH LUNG TO HELP Â¬ WyWiw TROUBLE Pills Looks 7Jo for 12 lawns The Fair 0 R Tousey ppsnt Sunday at Owens boro II T Haynes of Brandenburg is in the clly J C Jones of Rock Yale was in the city Sunday Morgan Kontalno was a visitor in this city this week George Baker of Owoniboro spent Sunday In the city Mrs J H Wills Is visiting Mrs L E Tnmplo at Yulvlugton MI3 Mayiue Dellaven is visiting frionds at Hawesville Mrs Eugene Haynes is visiting relatives at Hamplii this week Mrs Jesse Keys and children went to Lodlburg Thursday on a visit Mies Ltura Yettger is tho guest of Mrs Nelson Jolly nt Jolly Station Dr Forrest Llghtfoot of Hawesville was a visitor in the city Friday Â¬ aad constipation Ayhrs are Invaluable always affording Immediate relief They are as Though Richardson Has Been Jonahed Sketch of St Anthonys gregation at Long Lick An Con- T Thm Bnmt PHI R S MAYO Edna Minn The Agreement Gave Him the Chief Deputyshlp 8HACKLEF0RD TOTE FAIR Ancient Monastery and Convent Once Located There Pio- Â¬ mz Securing domfrom the grip of catarrh maktt loyal friends for the frt FREE SmV4 J J J libtrator Pe-ru-- has been years making friends ctt this kind for many catarrh Tho bread you eat ought to bo good and you might juat as U S BREAD is tho well havo tho BEST aH any other kind beet pure clean swoet and wholesome The size of tho loaf WILL 8RECKENRIDGE a 1 NEWS 1898 H WEDNKADAY TTMWa AUGUST 3 ITS n 4 Local Brevities fcm J Dog taxes are due Watermelons plentiful Grapea are just ripening Straw hata at coRt The Fair Apples will bo Bcarce this year Go for dimity lawns The Fair The health of the community is good 000 buys an all wool suit The Fair The dove shooting season has oponed 25c for gauze shirt or drawer The Fair t RayiHeyser is fast recovering from her 0 P Mi per cent discount on mens trousers The Fair Chris Weatherholt of Tobinpport is seriously ill 10 per cent discount on boys suits The Fair Mrs McCracken has been quite sick tha past week A Rosa has been afllicted Engineer with chills lately Hon D II Smith will speak at Ouster Saturday August 0th 4 For health and strength drink Grain Oco flee Sulzers Quto a crowd of peoplo are rusticating at Tar Springs this week Dainty Ladies Oxfords pretty stylish and comfortable Sulzers Nobby straw hats stylish comfortable at your own price 8ulzers A neat wire fence has been erected about the new Presbyterian church The river is rising rapidly and is at a good boating stage for thia season of the year David Weatherholt was made happy by the arrival 61 a boy at his home last Thursday Prof 8 E Hancock and family will move from Shepherdsville to this city next week The home of Alfred Oelze on Second street has been beautified by au artistic coat of paint Beautiful lawns make pretty summer dresses at sacrifice prices want to close em out Sulsers The Republican District Congressional Cofivenilbn meets at Ellzabethtown today Wednesday Summer goods of every variety have been marked down to bargain prices to close them out Sulzers Miss Margaret Sklllmau has received a handsome now wheel It is one of the best ever turned out by a manufacturer I have resumed the practice of medicine Can be readily found or orders left at Drugstores or Residence B T 10 Tho dispatches that have lately ap- Â¬ peared in the statu press to the effect that the chief deputyshlp under Sam J Shackleford clerk elect of tho Court of Appeals will go to R L Greeu isdeuied by Gub Richardson of Meade county The chief doputyship gives a salary of 2500 a year and Mr Richardson says that according to the terms of agreement made between him and Urey Woodson who managed Shacklefords campaign he was to get the office Mr Richardson was Shacklefords strongest opponent and in tho balloting held the balance of power In order to secure Shacklefords hold on the clerk- Â¬ ship a compromise was agreed upon by which the two most lucrative appoint- Â¬ ments under him were to go to his chief opponents according to the strength of their following This agreement gave Richardson tint place and R L Green the second place with a salaryof 1500 In view of the fact that the nuws re- Â¬ ports sent out to the contrary of the terms of the agreement have not been contradicted by tho parties to the compromise Mr Richardson has grown un Â¬ easy and there may be trouble unless the affair is satisfactorily settled before September 1 when Shackleford goes into Â¬ office J Hon D II Smith will speak at Custer Saturday August 6th Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they caunot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to euro Deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi- Â¬ tion of the mucous lining of tho Eusta- Â¬ chian Tube When this tube gets in- Â¬ flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfeet hearing and when it is entire Â¬ ly closed Deafness is tho result and un- Â¬ less the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal con- Â¬ dition hearing will bo destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by ca- Â¬ tarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O -Sold by Druggists 75c Mrs Hiram Shaw ef Chicago is the guest of Miss Margaret Bowmer Miss Allie Jones of Rock Yale Is the guest of Mrs Thomas Satteifield John Shouse has returned from Yel vington where he visited friends Miss Florence Lewis clerk at The Fair is off for a two weeks vacation Forrest Haynes of Harned was the guest of his brother Eugeno Haynes last week Mrs Elvira Babbage has gone to Rosetta to visit her daughter Mrs Eliza Taylor Miss Delia Batt of this office is spend- Â¬ ing her vacation with her mother at Cannelton Mrs Wm Emberton of Henderson will spend several weeks in the city the guest of friends Frank Deau and Victor Robertaon of Glendeane wero popular visitors in the city last week Llghtfoot Miller of Hawesville is spending a week in the city with rela- Â¬ tives aud friends Frank C Ferry and wife of Stephens port wero the guests of his mother Mrs F J Ferry Sunday Mr Joseph Willett and sister Miss Julia of Hardinsburg were in tho city Monday shopping Mrs William Simmons and children from Oklahoma are visiting relatives in the vicinity of Irvington Judge William Ahl and Augustus Brown of Hardinsburg were in the city Monday on legal business 5c or vc for 25c ladies vests The Fair Mises Sallie Greenwood and Sallie Manning of Holts are visiting Miss Florence Lewis this week Mrs Jeff Hambleton and family of Henderson who visited relatives here last week have returned home Â¬ RafTerty Rev M M Benton Evangelist of the Eplteopal church of Louisville conduct- Â¬ ed serylees at the M E church in this r- - fc PPeK city Suuday Quite a number of people from this city attended the moonlight picnic on the Widow King farm out on the pike Friday evening The gentle rains of the past few days have been worth thousands of dollars to the farming Interests and have cheered the farmers greatly Remember that 100 U S bread tags brought to our store will procure for you a valuable gift in the way of china ware etc Sulzers The Hendarson Route pile driver wm at work reinforcing the Oloverport trestle Saturday and now that structure k eae t theatrongeaton the road 10 90 and 1200 suits at 750 The Fair - ft A H Sterrett of Sterretts bottom wm la the elty Saturday and he reports that the prospects for corn and meadow ereps ija Ma section are the brightest in years Vieter flagman of Hancock county was la the city Monday He said the farmers of his sectiou had about disposed ef all their wheat and the yield was the luMvfeat for years DfMty Internal Revenue Collector Matte LaUeist of Henderson was in Friday on official businesi and tbe while bate was the guest of Mr and J v Mm J Kith PhnrUi Galilean the well known Can aoatoaotor was here BaturJay on mM kkwar bome from LeltchQeld when i ha h iwtMm un some brick buildings latter town is on a boom Ha tyr t wwhiaalnsM la bilsk Oa MMay Augot 7 tho Hendemoa HemW wHI kb a apacial basebail train to LwtWei to witMMthe ah lav ilia vs 1 the jtMaklvR fjawo ijwelal rate I trip from UM pWRt TrUu leaves ut m 847 a m Hamming iUivilleat9aekp M m J Wfa0r SfprtW -- tl UHlll II oa mill we wlH sell Aug tha following ariWaa as W ZJTaJ aaa Furniture wafdrobes - earpers inawpi turns a l Usuiktsla fntit HH MM ten inM tttabaa eta CW1 wait tor bojra and Wa atMKNMtbwiaiaa gMkts will see a marked change We have had abundant proof that they will thrive on this emulsion when other food fails to nourish them It is the same with larger children that are delicate Scotts Emulsion seems to be the element lacking in their food Do not fail to try it if your children do not thrive It if as uaeful for them in tummer m in winter o Atk ywt 4nr tktiit mt hm aapVJPw w Mr ORiley of Hardinsburg was in Louisville Thursday where he sold his tobacco at a satisfactory price Miss Lena and Maggie McCary and Wheat and Corn Yield on a Holts Mr John ilcGary were the guests of Bottom Farm Miss Florence Lewis fast weok Eugene Iglehart who has been tho Holts Bottom In this county is un- Â¬ doubtedly the richest piece of va ley guest of Orville and James Skillman land on the Ohio and that practically returned to his home at Evansvllle Sun- Â¬ day evening means it Isthe richest in the world Miss Nettie Harrington who has been J F Dueschka is the fortunate possessor oi a farm there on which 55 acres spending the summer with her sister of wheal has yielded 35 bushels to the Mrs Joe Seymour has returned to her acre except where the land was over- Â¬ homo at Muldraugh flowed this spring and where such hap Mr and Mrs Aris Warfield have gone pened to bo the case the land yielded 27 on a vacation tour They will visit bushels to the acre friends and relatives atEvausville Rock Mr Dueschku has a tract of corn em- Â¬ port aud Sulphur Springs bracing ten acres that will yield 1000 L O Stiles telegraph operator at the bushels or 100 bushels to the acre It depot is taking a two weeks vacation is doubtful if these figures can be ex- Â¬ which he will spend at Louisville and at celled anywhere in the United States or his home at Valley Station the world for that matter W W Williams wife and childron of Bright Outlook Henderson and A J Williams wife and The plethora of money in the two children of Owensboro are at Camp Breckenridge county banks and the dull Herndon for a two weeks outing demand for loans make it a serious W O Couper chief traffic clerk of tho problem for local bankers to find Southern railroad at Louisville was the employment for their capital The guest of Manager II V Harris of the frm re were never in better financial Breckenridge Cannel Coal Company condition than at the present time and Sunday the improvements that are now being Little Miss Bula Ahl returned from made in the way of erecting new houses Hardinsburg today where she has been sheds fends aud clearing new ground Judge Ahl are being done with surplus cash The visiting her grandparent and family Her grandpapa accom- Â¬ outlook is very bright for a prosperous panied her home year Miss Nellie Grigsby of Birmingham Moved Into a New Store Ala who has been visiting her sister Piggott the entorpris Mrs J A Barry for th past two weeks McGlothlan irg hardware aud implement dealers at went to Greenville Friday to bo the Irvington have moved into their new guest of relatives and frionds building and now have one of the most Geo II Willis and daughter Miss attractive stores in that lively town Lillie of Glendeane passed through the cltv Friday on their way to Hawesville where they will be the guest of Mr Willis hrotlier-lu-laJames Nugent A quartette of Hardiusburgs hand Â¬ somest young men consist lug of Marviu Beard Charles Cashman 81 Fate and Frank Mercer spent Sunday calling on several of Cloverports most popular your baby is delicate daugbterr and sickly and its food does Miss Ethel King of Moberly Mo aud Â¬ Miss Helmstelter of not nourish it put fifteen burg Georgia guests of Mr andBrandenJ Mrs ore the or twenty drops of Scotts E Keith Miss King recently graduated Emulsion in its bottle three from tho high school of her native city with high honors or four times a day and you 25c for good working shirts Tho Fair RECORD BREAKERS Â¬ Â¬ ovcr located Mrs R Eades of 35 Twenty eighth St De A RARELY BEAUTIFUL OLD PAINTING troit Mich is one of the many thou Â¬ friends This Is what sand of sho says to Dr Hartman Wo havo used your One of tlio oldest Catholic churches In with the most remarkable results and would the statu of Kentucky is St Anthorivx situated on Long Lick creek in the Mc- - not bo without it Wo havo always A few Drttiiels neighborhood twelve miles recommended it to our friends years ago I purchased a bottlo of your south of HardliiBburg and after scoing its results It was established early in the century recommended it to my grocer who was aod was a house of worship for as sturdy troubled with dyspepsia the curing of a band of pioneers as ever undertook to which induced her to soil it in her shape tho destinies of a community or store She has sold largo amounts of It My daughter has just been cured subdun savage nature My pen of jaundico with TIih first family to settle in that porwould grow weary wero I to begin to tion of the couutry was that of Leonard tell you of the numerous cures Whealley who moved from Virginia lias effected in our Immediate vicinity and built bis log cabin ou the bauks of within tho last couple of years Long Lick creek in 1711 Dr Hartman President of the Surgi- Â¬ Soon after he was joined by Richard cal Hotel Columbus Ohio will counsel Mattinglys family Mattlngly was bom and prescribe for fifty thousand women lu Maryland In 1750 and settled on Long this year frco of charge Every suffer Â¬ Lick li 1701 Howasamanof retuurk ing woman should write for special question blank for women and havo able vigor and successfully raised nine Dr Hartmans book Health and children whose descendants than whom Beauty All druggists sell county are there are none better in the as thick as hops In Breckenridge to this ENJOYED A HAY RIDE day The Mattinglys have figured very con- Â¬ spicuously in the annals of old Brecken- Â¬ And Were Splendidly Entertained at Hardinsburg ridge Tho fiist marrlatto within tho confiues of the county that became a matter of record in the clerks office is A jolly hay ride party consisting of of John tho oldest son of Richard Mat the Misses Elizabeth Sklllmau Alliens tiugly and Sarah the oldest daughter of Murray Anna Hambleton and the The Instrument MiBses Elizabeth and Maggie Bowmer Leonard Wheatley bears the date of February 18 1805 Eugeue Iglehart James Skillman Chas Ellas Rhodes who came to Long Lick Moorman and Ed Goodnight went to in 1805 was another sturdy old pioneer Hardinsburg Wednesday evening who left behind him descendants that The party was given in honor of Eu- Â¬ honor his namo He married Margarot gene Iglehart of Evansville the guest the oldest daughter of Richard Matting of James and Orville Skillmau and was ly lu 1805 delightfully entertained at Hardinsburg It is a matter of local history that the at the homo of Dr Kincheloo by Miss wedding suit worn by the groom was Mary Smith who made a charming hos- Â¬ made of flax linen spun woven rut tess and sewed by his mothers bauds while A number of young people from Har- Â¬ the brides trousseau made of cotton dinsburg Irvington Big Spring and was the result of her own labor and ln Glendeane wore present and all enjoyed genuity she having spun woven aud a happy tima djed the fabric by her own hands Used Discretion It was the families above reforred to Ridgloy Cayce the popular land and that formed the nucleus from which immigration agent of the Henderson grew the congregation of St Anthonys Route is now enjoying his summer vaThe Rev Stephen Theodore Badin a cation on the sea beaches of the Atlantic French priest visited these isolated Although Ridgley is a valiant as 1705 or 170G In seaboard families as early man he took tho precaution of waiting 1805 the charge of this flock was given until Cerveras fleet waa Bunk before he to Rev Charles Moxinckx a priest fresh ventured to go where he could hear what from Belgium He was a vigorous man wild sea waves are saying and he shortly the and deeply consecrated became well known throughout Ken Â¬ The Host Fatal Disease tucky as a great church builder is generally known that more adults It He built the first church of St An die of kidney trouble than of any other thony about the year 1810 Endowed disease When the first symptoms of with magnificent strength he was a this disease appear no timo should be splendid exponent of muscular Chris- Â¬ lost in taking Foleys Kidney Cure tianity He personally superintended which is guaranteed or money refunded the construction of the house of wor- Â¬ A R Fisher Oloverport R A Shell ship and stories are told to this day of man Stephensport Gordon Haynes the priests phenomenol strength Fatesvillo E A Witt Hardinsburg It is said of him that in raising the She Is Hissed huge poplar logs to their proper places Miss Anna Hambleton one of the Father Mexinckx would lift at one end Â¬ of the handspike against two of the most charming summer visitors to Oloverport has returned to her home at stoutest meu of tho community and that Sorgho Daviess county Miss Hamblewas an era of strong men One of tho beautiful decorations ovor ton is possessed of a multitude of charms the altar of St Anthonys church Is a aud was very popular with our young magnificent painting of tho crucifixion people who miss her very much Tho maBterly handling of the subject Thousands of persons havo been cured the charm of color and its evident an- Â¬ of piles by using DeVYltts Witch Hazel tiquity would make it seem the work of Salve It heals promptly aud cures one of the famous old Flemish masters oczUiaand all skin diseases It glyes of the seventeenth coutury It was a immediate relief Short Haynes gift to tho church by Father Mexinckx QUARTERLY REPORT and was highly prized by him during his Some Interentlng Reminiscences of neer Days In Breckenridge Pe-ru-Pe-ru-Pe-ru-Â¬ Pe-ru-Pe-ru-Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wHLKaV It cures wher flip WITH I has been increased and that makes it cheaper for you to buy U 4 X S BREAD than to make any kind of bread Tho manufacturers aro GIVING AWAY handsomo CHINA t US with U S BREAD to advertise it Savo tho tags anil bring them to us If youre not already ueing U S BREAD try it I 4 4 1 Z 4 BREAD I SULZERS vVttVsVV4V BRANCH OFFICE MITCUELL HOTEL Clorerport Ky 1 Buffalo Dental Parlors w Will be In Oloverport every Tuesday prepared to do all Ictnds of Dental Work cording to the modern waya aa used by the best dentists in the world b kiddToud J S 8 s ac- Â¬ DR TEETH A BENNETT Gold Crowns Member of the Buffalo Dental Parlors Co will locate permanently at Oloverport Branch Oilico Best Set of Upper or Lower Ialnless Extraction Free when best set arc ordered using Air Gas or K OTYN 3 to 5 This is the most substantial way of saving n badly decaed tooth Good Set of Upper or Lower Porcelain TEETH Kxtrnctlng Free when ordered 5 good set is CROWNS Are 4-- t brauthul exchange for bully decayed front teeth Bridge Work Resetting TEETH Had 3 I IIIW V 1 M lap Per Tooth This is the latest method of re- Â¬ placing teeth without wearing a plate fitting teeth can be made as good as new Special attention given to resetting and we guarantee to give a perfect fit and satisfaction 400 SPECIAL ATTENTION Given to REPAIRING PLATES fioldi lllliiKsSl and upwards Teeth Iitractcd 25o Amalgam orSIUcr Hllllitfis Teeth CIcuned 75c Vitalized Air or fins Administered 50cWhtto Knamoled Fillings 70c lnlnlcss itractlng by tho uso of - 7So W a 11 Buffalo Dental Parlors Proprietor East Market Street KIDD 45G 2 K OTYN 25c Louisville Ky Beginning Tuesday August Hotel at Oloverport every Tuesday life Itviniinntinn iAcllalllJcillUll X 1 OFTHB li rf DltI S UKNNKTTIs at any time prepared to give any required Information rtjsrdini the leethut Office Mitchell A Brisk Day There was an unusually large crowd of people in town Saturday The majority of them spent considerable money and the morchanta report a largo trade Sick headache biliousness constipa- Â¬ tion and nil liver nnd stomach troubles can be quickly cured by using those fa- Â¬ mous little pills known as DeWltts Lit- Â¬ tle Early Risers They are pleasant to take and never gripe Short k Haynes Does Baby Thrive If Its comparative obscurity throws a glamour of intereet about it and tho day may come when it will be demonstrated that the painting was the work of a great artist In 1813 Rev Robert A Abell took charge of Western Kentucky making He was his home at St Anthony charmed with the site and being of au enterprising nature in 1820 and 1821 built the convent and monastery of Mt Garmel on the farm which now adjoins the church Here he opened up a flour- Â¬ ishing school for girls which was the pride of the pioneers until it was aban Â¬ doned for a better farm The good sis- Â¬ ters at the convent removed to Hardin county where they established the con- Â¬ vent of Bethlehem It was a sad day for St Anthony when the dovoted band of Bisters left aud all that remaiuB of the ancient old monas tery today is a shapely but picturesque mass of ruins The neat frame church in which the parisboners of St Anthony now wor- Â¬ ship was erected by Father Cassidy in 180H He was then the pastor was sucof the congregation and ceeded by Rev Wm L Gabe a young priest who indefatlguably administers to the spiritual welfare of his parish and has won the love and esteem of all Â¬ BRECKINRIDGE CLOVERPORT KY BANK QUARTERLY REPORT OP THE At the close of business on the 30th day of Juno 1808 HESOURCliS BANK OF HARDINSBURG IIARD1NSDUR0 KY Loins and dbceunU lci loam to directors Ioans to officers Overdrafts unsecured Due from National banks 5516692 Duelrom stata banksand bank ers Hanking bouse and lot Other real estate U S Hoods Other stocks and bonds Specie Cumncjr Furniture and Fixtures Debts in suit Â¬ At the close of business on the -- 0th day of Juno 183 3Soaso 79 3 ss09n61 757 S3 300000 1150000 1010000 UKSOU11CKS Loans and discounts less loans to directors Loans to directors ofliiers not Included Overdrafts unsecured 46151 II Due from National banks Hanking house and lot Other leal estate Other stocks and bonds Cash in sale Furniture and fixtures Kipenscs last six months UA11IMTIKS 9509 aooo 48151J1 3000 61546 Jo8S7j 1700000 Hon D II Smith will spenk at Custer Snturdny Augtibt 6th 3oo j6ji 00 3o4j6S3 lo51t8O ZOOOOO fooo vvtvsv vrvsv l4MS ia383 9 i3760l4S MAM LIT K9 WANTS Â¬ Capital stock paid In In cash Surplus fund Undivided profits Due depoiitors as follows viz t Deposits subject to chrck on which iottrest is not paid 8570775 Timo certificates of deposit on which interest Is paid 0j80i Unpaid Dividends Fund to uy taxes 43100x0 1000000 jSi51 Capital stock paid in in rash Undivided profits Deposits subject to check ion whlh Interest la not paid 7414636 Tim certificates of deposits on which Interest is paid 6O44737 23ooo 7991 10 a good horses IOK SALK niikh cows withlor general utility I 3 exccllt 1 young calves 1 Jeisey cow and calf For Further Information ad MltS HAN tf All IIAHDIN libit Ky dress 1S7B93 93 I7gll 16 180400 663 Ties Coming In of railroad ties and bildge piling is being bought at this point by G Gibson The lattor now baa on hand about 2000 ties and 120 bridge piles ranging in length from 10 to 40 feet Mr Gibson says that he will ship about 2590 ties per month from this point from how until tho season closes A large nurufr Remember the name when you buy again Ie Cream Supper The ladles of Sample M E chureh will glw aa iee erean supper for the beaefttoJMHi elmfeli at tlwt hewe of TfeowM B gqniree Awet fttk 1809 frow 7 to 11 p w AU eordi ally luviWtl to Hn ae iBatUeAi riauu I cc- oa J County t t llrecklnridjfB 11 Skillmui of HrecklnrldKO Hank a cashier A bank heated and doing busineas at No Wall street la the citr ol Clorcrport in said county being duly sworn says that the forrgolntf report is in all re Â¬ spects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at ths close of business on the jothdayof June V to the best of his knowledge andUllif and further sayt that the business of laid bankha been transacted at the location naintd and not esiwheref ihI that the above report s wad In compliance with an 1 tnclal notice received from lha rWcrrtary of Stain designating the joth day of June IggS as ha day on which such report shall be mad A II Skiuman Cashier W II HIWMM Directors J T Sk 1 Iluan Statu or Kxtucy IWtfl4f J County ol llrrckenrldse D V Heard President Hack of IlardlnsbwK a bank located and doing business In the city of liar dlnsburir in said county being duly sworn says Ihtllhe foreKO ng rrpirl la in all respects a true statement of the condition of tho said bank at the close uf busicesaon the 30th dty of June igaSto tha best of his knowlcdne and belief 1 aud fuitber says that the buslneis ol said bink has been trans Â¬ acted at the location named and not elsewhere 1 and that tha above report la mad In compliance with an official roiice received Irom the Sccreary of State designating Ihejoth day ol June I gag as the day on which tuch report shall be made II 1 IIiakd Iresldent MutXll KtKIIDCIt I Directors WitiMiun O W1cai Subscribed and suru to befote me by H K Heard tha ith day of uly 18W State or Kxntucky 9j8joo 1 cc o Matter CommlfMloRers Notice Ukxcxinridgi Cincvit Couht C S Cahhuan Admr IlaintinTin Equity va US Hiciiaiidson STC Defendant All persons having claims against the esUteof K TCashmsn decM are reqnested to produce tha same properly proven to the undersigned Master Commissioner rf llieckearidjvClrcuit Court at hist office In Hardinsburg Ky on or beloru ihelioih v daj of September 189 Gus tlaawN M C J W Matter CatMilHlMtrt NtlBe UaxcKiiNctiKJa Circuit Cnvsrv llAsav AsslguM ttlMtfr hi Equity VNUlluy J fWf J ja jejeeeaaTeMPap f aaaBBBaaa aaa ai aaaa On Miavte Cwigfc Ceuw tmb waaeit cunu Kufcectiutd and sworn to Ufoie mi by A H Skillmau cashier tbajlk day of July B C Chai H Jkhjman N Cass Is eleii Jm ait nan My cooiinlsaion tucky Senate axpiies vsltet cwtt session Ken KankBoadN iac R U IlXKCE All persons havlwclatsMafa lsvet tha aetata A R 8 PUrce aaalgsxd ae requested to p4uc ina same yrafewy precn 10 14 t DfBtC Hrcck- - Master Cownvlsaloiwr of DaWltt LlttU Biarlv Rl4rs Court K hi oMc li Wonalaefeuev kvi lure M oth day ot Hepinsaker Ifc Thai tsw afak day of July ilfl QvassaawN - MC tAi Prev 8 FROM FOOT TO KNEE Ohio Woman Suffered Great Agony From a Terrlblo Sore Hor Otory of the Case and Her Cure For innny years I wai afflicted with milk lot and a few yearn ago It broke oat In a soru and spread from my foot to my knee 1 suffered great agony It would burn and itch all the time and discharge great deal My health was good with tho exception of this sore I tried a great many kinds of salve but some would Irritate the sore so that I could hardly stand tho pain I could not go near tho fire without suffering Intensely Someone aent roc papers containing testimonials of euros by Hoods Sarsaparllla and I told my husband I would llko to try this med Â¬ icine He got me a bottle and I found it helped me 1 kept on taking it until my I cannot limb was completely healed pralso Hoods Barsaparllla enough for tho great benefit it has been to mo It cleanses the blood of all impurities and MBS ANNA E leaves it rich and pure EAXKN Whittlesey Ohio Yon can buy Hoods Sarsaparllla of all druggists Be sure to get only Hoods partment have Col W ryfF7jiywejBrrl y SPfiTT f wfsiT K yr Hl r THE BJWaOKHLKmiDQl NEWS OLOYRRPORT KY J Bryan and Â¬ GenFitthugh Lee so completely bottled up in Florida that there will bo no dan GLENDEANE Wade Pile linras was iu Glendeano Saturday Miss Ilnllle Moorman is visiting in Hardinsburg W O Moorman has iut moved into his new store Miss Mary Peyton Falls of Rough was over Sunday Mrs James A Moorman is visiting relatives in Irvington Mr W D Owen is home again on a visit from the mountains Mrs Jennie Moorman of Denver Col is visiting Miss Betllo Webb Mrs Jas T Owen of Cloverport has beon visiting relatives here Misa Zalma Strother Big Spring is ylsitlng Miss Mary I Moorman Mies Blanche McDermott of Louis- Â¬ ville is visiting Miss Carrie Owen Miss Attie Moorman of Kansas City Mo is visiting relatives near Glandeane Earl Bennett and Dick Henderson ol Irvington are visiting Richard W Owen Little Douglas Flood it just recovering from a very severe spell of typhoid fever Ono of the coolest and most delightful places in town Is W O Moormans new store Joe Dick Owen and Henry Moorman were the guests of Misses Mary and Nellie Moorman Sunday WISE AND OTHERWISE What Is Going on at Brandenburg Events That Are Taking Place Social Whirl INTERESTING NEWS In nOOCTS PUIS are the favorite family cathartic ITIco 25c Breckenridge f News 3 1898 WEDNESDAY AUGUST ger of them getting a Spanish bullet in their brains for they must bo our next president aud vice president A young man from here who hired a rig and look his sweetheart to the picÂ¬ nic was spilled ou the road with many bruises the young lady was left in the dust In a very dilapidated condition while the buggy was left in pieces hang Â¬ ing on fence corners stump tree limbs etc yet the mule reached home with a few straps hanging around his neck looking a little tired and warm though serenely happy The Club House people accompanied by Col Green started on an excursion up Rough river last Sunday destination the Sand Knob Breckenridge countys grandest physical wonder They took with them a retinue of servants bedding tents a years provision I am told and everything to make the trip pleasant but not many miles up the river the frail little craft with its tremendous burden gave out then it was rush push belter skelter to get to shore ere all went to the bottom though providentially every Â¬ thing was saved and hauled back next dsy on wagons and the guests lesumed their every day routine at the Club relinquishing the expedition as a dan- Â¬ gerous undertaking Remember the- - name when you buy again HEAR US LADIES The Benson for Summer Dress GoodH is about to close We do not want to carry nny of this yoarB fabrics over to next We need tho room thoy occupy for our fine line of year Fall Dress Goods which will soon arrive This being the case you can readily seo that when we Bay we are selling f-- the Bate sWUUr Jflj NOTES ll FALLS OF ROUGH BEWLEYVILLE John Hale is getting better Mrs J Thompson was ill last week Epworth League next Saturday night Tho golden rod is beginning to bloom Messrs Chas S Robertson and Frank again Dean were at Sulphur Springs Ohio We had a delightful rain Saturday county several days last week morning Mrs Amanda Moorman spent Friday Mrs Flick continues to visit her rela- in the country with her mother Mrs tives here Sallie Robertson who is very sick Mrs Herbert Cain has been sicK for Glendeane base ball crew played several days against the Hardinsburg club Saturday Glendeane was beaten Bro Clay Moorman attended our meet Â¬ at Hardinsburg ing several days With deep regret we chronicle the Misaea Eula Claycomb and Nora Bandy death of Misa Bettie Day the estimable daughter of Mr Jas Day near Rock attended church here Sunday night Miss Ella Triplett is still very ill and Lick I haye for sale in Glendeane one house serious fears are entertained as to her and lot well fixed well improved will recovery Mr and Mrs Gardiner of Irvington sell cheap too small for my business attended the temperance service here anyone wish to purchase come and see Renpectfully J H Brown Saturday night Messrs Frank Mercer John Kinche Mr and Mrs Meyer of Big Spring were here Wednesday to church also loe Guy Meadow Harold Beard and Misses Eva Herndou Aunie DeJarnett Mr and Mrs Penick and Daisy Mclntire came down from Â¬ Phelps Walker attended the BrandenHardinsburg to see Miss Mary Moorman burg Institute He expects to ttach the Thursday evening GarneUsville school Rev Ramsey of Louisville will hold a Tha Kind You Haia Always Bought series of meetings at Hill Grove com- Â¬ Bean tls A few more were added to the com- Â¬ mencing Saturday July 30th pany at the Club house last week Mrs Charlie Fountain has gone to bo Several funerals were preached at tho guest of Mrs Chris McGhee and Hopewell Iincheco last Monday visit friends at Brandenburg THE MARKETS Quarterly meeting will bo held here Miss Ella Robertson of Glendeane is the first Saturday and Sunday in August visiting Miss Mary Blanford We note Reported by Sulzer Mrs Judith Cummins was the guest of her attendance at our church services Chickens 8c her sister Mrs Warren Eakridge last Eggs 8c They say I was mistaken about the week Cabbage ljc time Elisha Smiths machine arrived at Little Miss Ruby Stone went to Ohio Potatoes GOc Jollys It was 1165 p m Satur Â¬ county last Sunday to visit her aunt and day Onions 7fic little coubIds Corn 8c to 10c dozen Mrs Nannie Hodges leaves Monday Mrs M W Stone is expecting her morning Aug 1 for iopeka Kansas to Beans 5c gallon Green Apples 40c sister Mrs Lloyd of Fordsville to visit visit her daughter Mrs Chas PeniDg Peaches none in market her tliis week ton Yellow Root 20c to 25c Mrs Jackson of Cloverport and Mrs The District Sunday school Associa- Â¬ Ginseng largo root i50 Jones of Rock Vale were guests of Mrs tion will meet at Bewleyville in the May Apple Root 2c Mercer Friday Methodist church Thursday Aug 11th Watermelons 10c to 20c Misses Cora Wingate and Lillian Stone It will be on Thursday Let everyone LIVE STOCK Mrs Hughes Saturday come prepared who is on tho program were guests ol evening to supper and lets have a good time 140 and Cattle Extra shipping 3 40 and Rev Heart ford will deliver a discourse There has been two threshing ma 4G5 common to medium at the church the Friday night before chines in this vicinity the past week and 3 50 feeders 4 and 425 veal calves they will be here another week We all 6 25 and 550 the first Huuday Hoas Choice packing 225 to 300 lbs Bro Ml iter and wife with their guest have more wheat than we expected and fat shoots 120 to 100 lbs 375 and Mrs Henry the fact brings a glow of satisfaction to 300 Bro Hertford will dine at 3 85 pigs CO to 00 pounds 250 and our hearts Chainbliss next Friday 3 00 Roughs 2 50 and 3 40 Mr and Mrs R M Jolly and family Mr J C Rogers of Third and Pearl Sheep and lamm Good to extra ship- Â¬ Streets Owensboro purchased a hand Irvington came over to the entertain ping sheep 3 50 and 3 75 fair to good ment and remained tho guests of rela- Â¬ Bomu Shubert piano for his little girla butcher lambs 4 and 4 05 extra spring Mrs Jackson of Cloverport was the tives and friends and attended church lainbx 575 and 10 00 Skips and scala Â¬ guest of Miss Allie Jones of Rock Vale Sunday Their presence was a pleasure wags 50a and 1 common to medium we hope to enjoy again in the near last week she returned home Sunday sheep 3 25 and 4 future Tliesa were the ruling prices on stock Tom Butler has lately purchased a Rev Liater gave an entertainment in handsome 12500 family carriage The the Methodist church Saturday night at Louisville Tuesday August 2 cushions aud inside trimmings are light that was highly enjoyed by all GRAIN He had Little Miss Mollie Butler of Shreve magic lantern scenes from the Bible Pil- Â¬ Reported by Oelze Bros Ohio county will invite her little friends grims progress and Ten Nights in a Bar The following aro the prices quoted to a birthday diuner the first of Septem- Â¬ Room The proceeds of the evening for grain in the local market ber were for the Rescue Home in Louisville Wheat 02 cents Mr and Mrs Ed Sheridan of LouisCorn 50 cents Bro Lister who has been holding a ville are expected to visit their parents meeting here for the past week leaves Mr and Mrs John Hughes some time monday August 1st It is with much re- Â¬ August in gret that we see him go for his earnest It was a miss print Lillie Robards eflort would certainly bring us good if went to Fordsville to meet her cousin only we had a little more time He tells Mary Weldon she is not related to Mr his wonderful experience in such a vivid Jim Keith way that makes even the hardest things Misses Bell Davison and Mag Fentress possible His couduct here waa inesti Â¬ Contagious blood poison Is absolutely beyond tho skill of tho doctors They attended the Catholic picnic at Long mable aud he has made many friends Lick they report the dinner one of the I had just been wondering if Sam may doso a patient for years on their nicest and best they ever ate Jones ears were not about burnt off mercurial and potash remedies but he Quite a crowd of youths and maidens Our Brandenburg correspondent is Quite will never bo rid of tho disenso on the lmnd his from Hardinsburg Hew down here like right about him I like him better on other worse S conditionthewill grow S 8 Ia steadily only euro butter flies but only basked in thegnnial acquaintance Ilia awful bitter denounc- Â¬ for this terrlblo affliction because- it is ing of the liideousuesa of the evil of tho tho only remedy which goes direct to warmth of our sunshine a few hours one morning last week flying over to Glen day is In my humble judgment quite the causo of the disease and forces it proper Of course he was a little hard from tho syBtem dean i for dinner Z wu afflicted with Blood Poison tba I agree with Mrs Brandenburg on the at Irvingtou How could he help it bsst doctors did me no good tbougtaand took I There was whisky to the left and whisky uieir treatment rails subject of malicious tongues slanders fully In fust I seemed and back biters save that they are not to the right as he stopped off the cars to net worse sllMhe bLk while 1 took ilmoit and whisky is a thing to fight if I know always so well known for sometimes the every so called blood remedy but they didnot sting of their tongues inflicts deep anything about it seem to reach the dis Goldkn uoi ease and had no effect wounds on innocent victims whatever I was dis heartened for It seemed I am sencerely glad that the war de- that I would never be When Yon Take Your Vacation SBPBPcured At the advice ol a friend I then took the most necessary article to have with B B 8 and began tolm- you aftor your pocket bonk is a bottle prove I continued the mtdiolneandlt cure d me completely build of Foleys Colic Cure It ia an absolute inaunmr health and Inereanlngmy appcut prevention or euro of all derangements Although this was ten years uko i have never yet had a sign of the disease return of tho bowels caused by a change of wat-Â¬ W K NswjllM Remember the name Staunton Vs er You are likely to need it A R fa like self destruction to continue It Fisher Cloverport Gordon A Uaynes to take potash and meroury besides when you buy Pates vl lie R A Bhellmsn Stephens totally destroying the digestion they dry up tho marrow In the bones pro- Â¬ port E A Wilt Hardinsburg again ducing a stiffness and swelling of the Joints causing the hair to fall out and Big Addition to Plant eompletely wrecking the system Onlie Bros flouring mill is now one of the most completely equipped plants f its kind in the Ohio Valley A sew fcsfs com mill we laiew pattern wmi a hi guaranteed Purely Vegetable and ff capacity of 600 buhela of aaeal per day the only blood remedy free from these dangerous minerals has beea installed and it turns out a Book on self treatment sent feme fcf jaagnJaeeat quality of weal Swift gpeelfla Company Atlanta G Many tbanksto the rain giver Mrs Stuert baa returned home Of all our heroa Dewey is my favorite Mrs Ben Storms niece visited her last week The corn crop is looking fine in this vicinity Miss Maud Wilson entertained Satur- Â¬ day evening Col Green has finished tbresliing wheat at last Miss Lawrence of Louisville is anoth Â¬ er guest at Col Greens There was quite a large crowd at Union Cbaple Sunday Jim Keith has gone home to see his mother who is very ill There will be a picnic in Monahans Sugar Camp August 13th Mrs Kobards is expecting several of her nieces to visit her soon Mrs Quertermous sister Miss Huff of Louisville is her guest Dr Harris seems to be quite a beau with the visiting ladies here Miss Mary I Moorman of Glendeane was a guest of Miss Mary Peyton Miss Matthews haa returned to Owcne boro Rev C W Hesaon preached twice last Sunday Leo Ditto ia at home from Owensboro for a visit Several entertainments on the calendar for the week Miss Miller of Hardinsburg is visiting Misa Daisy Mclntire A party from Loulsyillo spent Sunday with Mrs E Bondurant Mr and Mrs W D Howard attended the Andyville picnic last Saturday The barge party materialized but I have no names nor its destination Today Wednesday a party ot us will picnic at the old mill on Doe Run Mrs Mason McMonlgle has gone to Vine Grove enroute to Owensboro Misses Zlma Strother and Mary I Misses Ellen Munford and Maude Ad Mooorroan spent Thursday witli MIbs klsson were guests of Miss Jen Hardin Mary Peyton Falls of Rough Â¬ OASTORIA f TJ Â¬ Doctors Cant Cure It - Â¬ Bam rbvu CCCBr Blood Tht nu from aDy kidney trouble that a safe sure remedy is Foleys Kidney I bco my old friend and Meade county Cure Guaranteed or money refunded man Capt Sam Brown will be a candiR A A R Fisher Cloverport date for the Republican nomination for Shellman Stephensport Gordon Hay Secretary of Slate I had rather he nes Patesvllle W E Witt Hardtns would remain secretary of the Railroad burg Commission I might through him get PELLVILLE my garden seed ogaiu next year The yield of wheat is the largest ever A very nice social was given by Mrs known the prospecU are good for a heavy yield of corn An enormous hay S Temple Friday niuht Misses Dora and Suda Stephens of crop too a big July business Is reported with no pressure in the money market Hawesville were here last week and no ffar of any A cheerful tone Is Rev R T Bruner and wife of Owons evident everywhere iu business Let boro visited relatives here lost week croakers and grumblers cease and be Â¬ Misses Oordle and Carrie Bruner ot come optimists Owensboro are visiting at H D Brun Aunt Mary Hendrich is at her sous era Shu will soon be an Col Hendricks The youngsters had a nice moonlight octogenarian and is more active than party at A G Skinners Wednesday many thirty years her junior She rides night horse back walks briskly aud reads and Mica Alice Jett returned from Kirk can tell more war news and more accurFriday after visiting relatives there the ately than any one I know of She nar Â¬ rates many pleasant reminiscences iu her last two weeks Dr John Jett ot Lewlsport and Thud own quaint original manner Jett and family ot UynesvilU visited Mrs Kate Hendrich entertained a Sunday number of friends to dinner last Friday at Tbo nas Jetts last is he finest crop ot tobacco in There much a uiuneri ou my i on me i Among the guests was Misa Addle G Ditto who this country that was ever seen at this kept us all in a roar of laughter by her seaiou ot the year The corn crop is spontaneoHS merriment and Jolly goed simply immenie humor Addle Is a star of the first wig I Rev J D Hooker and fatally of altuile se aiaeh like that lovely wether Fordsville visited relative sad teik la Addle Is si botne this week In Lewis the Ohlklreas Day here Hfether giving VHW the opening addrets Miss Ida Moeeley of Tnsksgse Alei Mm Z T lleradoa and daughter Miss Maad ot Akron Ohio are visitors at II las Thssaea Moseley of Owes shore and Mia Mary MaroVa Tastr assay Mentis Miss Maaak WUlhite of JaUsow Tk cess Â¬ Â¬ Mr and Mrs Dick Willett had a gay bevy of girls with them during the In- Â¬ stitute Little Hattie Grlnnell is visiting her little friend Guerdner Bhacklett at Ekron Mrs Thomas Alexander is down from the city for her annual stay with her son Ed T Alexander Misses Fthel King G corgi e Helmstet ter two of our bright sweet girls are in Cloverport for a visit Miss Eva Hensley did not arrive to visit Misa Mary Lewis who will instead visit her at Hardinsburg Mrs- - Agnes Mnlin had a young gentle Â¬ man friend whose name I have not from Owensboro Sunday as her guest at Mrs Goughs The storm last Saturday night prevent- Â¬ ed a party of us from going on a hay ride to Miss Ella Hendrichs We well try it again this week Superintendent W D Ashcraft was much pleased with the Institute and left no stone unturned to promote the wel- Â¬ fare of each and all We already hear of a wedding before the leaves turn golden One of our sweetest girls oh she thought she had been so sly but we know a thing or two Otter Reesor and Miss Maud spent a day or two with friends here last week They number many warm admirers iu this burg who gave them a cordial greet-Â¬ ing Protracted services will begin the fourth Sunday in September here at the Baptist church Bro Ben Hagan will assist Bro Jenkens Bear the date in mind Misses Annie Bondurant and Kate Leslie Beall Grlnnell and Jim Bondurant visited Miss Florence Anderson last Sun day The young ladies will remain sev- Â¬ eral days There is a pretty boy baby at the home ol Mr and Mrs J D Richardson Fiye boys in a few weeks have arrived Get- Â¬ ting ready for a longer siege with the Spaniards The man of blood and iron has gone to the great Beyond His physiogomy was not attractive but he had some gen erous traits of character and was a de Â¬ voted husband We the News have flags big ones on the Fourth of July We give away every Â¬ thing of interest in its columns but more particularly our special telegrams They are not chestnuts O E Sears in Sundays Courier has a magnificent article on the war the Cuban campaign He makes some startling de uouments about this Republican admin istration and the inefficiency our our commanders Shaffer for instance My old music pupil Dr Warner Bhack Â¬ lett who recently graduated in his pro leBslon attended tlin Institute and with whom I had a pleasant chat thinks he will locate in lower Meade He has my best wishes and he richly deserves suc- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hero aro glad to see them in their old home whore they oncp added so much to the social circle Mrs Herndon and her daughters were leaders in society and their functions were always ot an origin Â¬ al high order Tbey wero exclusive but very popular In their own set Mrs Ellen Herndon Wimp has writ Â¬ ten me of the church supper and enter Â¬ tainment which came off July 2nd and to which she wished mo to bring a party Nothing would have afforded me more pleasure than to assist her and that Wo mean what wo Bay becauso wo have good reason to say noble band of workers in this effort what wo mean Come early and got the benefit of the towards repairing the Baptist church first selection but a proviovs engagement myself and so many dates hero for tho young people interfered However I published it all in my power Oh yes a correspondent said I named tho ten best poems not I The readers of Life I copied and said so As to Maud Muller we all know what has ren- Â¬ Of ait sad worda of dered it immortal pen or tongue the saddest are It might have been Ah me It might have We go through a whole life been with these words ringing in tune and out If you trade with us you will save money Wo have just inaug- Â¬ of tune in our ears It might have urated a grand Who who does not wish he or been she were a child again just for tonight aud know yet it would be the samo sad Our refrain It might have been cross perhaps is as light as many others Onlv let us bear it where it rests easiest Of all Summer Goods in our store including Dress Goods and Clothing SUMMER AT COST GOODS V tt Heston Willis Company ITS a cinch 20 Per Cent Reduction Sale 10 Suit for The Hamilton Brown You Can Depend On It Colic Cure is nn inBtant re Â¬ lief for colic summer complaint cholera morbus diarrhoea bloody flux chronic bilious choleia infantum diarrhoea colic painters colic and all bowel com Â¬ plaints A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephensport Gordon Hay nes Palesvllle E A Witt Hardins Â¬ burg that Foleys 800 8 Suit for SHOES Tho best on the market at bargain 600 4 Pants for pnees MULDRAUGH The weather dry and hot Mr Osborne haa recovered again Miss Lena Ditto was in town last week Mr Lee Harrington is in the city again Miss Flora Sullivan Is visiting friends in Louisville Mr and Mrs Reeser spent the day in city last week Miss Carrie Shaw will soon return to Nashville Tenn Mrs Stonestreet is in our town again far few weeks Mrs Deda Chapman of Texas ia the guest of Mrs Brown Rev Mobley of Nashville Tenn is holding a meeting here Miss May Eubanks was the guest of Mrs Dennis this week Miss Sallie Crutcher is the guest ot Mrs Long of West Point Measers O L and W T Withers went to WeBt Point Saturday Miss Lizzie Pusey is visiting her mother and father this week Miss Mattle Withers is ill at this writing has a moat severe cold Miss Bettie Harrington attended the picnic atRineyvllle last Saturday Misses Beulah and Nellie Winter bowers spent last bvening with Mrs H Smith Misses Emma Pearl and Mollie With- Â¬ ers spent Saturday night with Miss Elizabeth Withers Miss Withers has returned home from Wobeter wheie she spent a most de Â¬ lightful visit with Miss Elizabeth Hall one of Breckenridge countys belles and a Miss With Â¬ most charming entertainer ers wo fear has still farther attractions at Webster V w 200 3 Pants for 2511 ssssssssBV Straw Hats AT HALF PRICE 150 These are all swell suits and are REMEMBER we are Undertakers made of handsome material by city and carry a full lino of tailors Just the thing to improve your appearance Caskets PSHEERANBRO MIRK KENTUCKY Fifteen miles from Louisville 450 feet higher Handsome building all mbdera conveniences I leal location Refined home and surroundings Strong faculty from leading universities and conservatories Rates very moderate Write and ask Twenty sixth year begins Monday September 12 REV T S McOALL President ed at Mort Moeeleys last week returning home Saturday The Childrens Day here the 4th Sat- Â¬ urday in July was a success in every particular The exorcises were splendid and after giving away to the children over two brndred free tickets to the ice cream tables the committee cleared above all expenses 23 05 which was divided between the church and Sunday school A large crowd was in attend Â¬ ance and everybody enjoyed themselves A great many were here from Thruston Ensor Kuottsvllle Whitesville Herbirt Lyonia Patesvillo Floral Actnaville Haynesvllle and Hawesville besides We will have several from Owensboro another one next July and expect every- Â¬ body in forty miles of us Menon he will not begin a meeting un- Â¬ til September We are sorry to leara this for he is such a competent preacher that we feel he would be successful la winning souls to Christ Misses Exie Wilson and Sallie Henry two of Bowleyvilies populsr young lsdies have been visiting relatives at Glendeane They sttended the lcale at Long Lick Saturday and report a most visiting Miss Dorcle Bates KENTUCKY COLLEGE For YOUNG LADIES PEEWEE VALLEY KY 1 BIG SPRING Mr H Meyer went to Louisville last Sunday J L 8impson will begin school here August 8th Born to the wife of Wm Robertsoa the 26th Inst a eon Miss Hortense Miller returned hoas Saturday from Cecilia Miss Nan Martin is visiting relatives near Curtis this week Miss Ethel Grigsby of Upton k that charming visitor of Miss Maud Doraa Charlie Moorman went to Ooastaatia Sunday where he will teach school Mr Jess Howell waa here agaia Baa day the guest ot Miss Daisy Meader Mr John Meador purchased a yery handsome carriage from Doraa Martin last week Mr Tom Hardin who has a peeUk with Mr Samuel Jacobs f Leaiavitte is at home oa bis vacation The telephone poles for the liae here to Gustoa are ud aad a few days we will be coaaected Wrih that place Miss Leckler Strauss ef TsahjvlHe who has been the guest ef Mrs Mayor tor a coapie oi wees retaraed Sunday Messrs Terry aad Davis twe -- men from Evanavllle lad wese hssC last Sunday the gaest of Mies Msyws Medley TAR FORK Mr Len Taul went to Jollys Station last Friday Mr J B Bates and family will move to Jolly In about two weeks Master Sidney Taul spent Wednesday night with bis cousin Jesse Bates Misses Clara and Melvina Taul visited Mrs J B Bates Saturday and Sunday Mies Kate Newby contemplates visit Â¬ ing her sister Mrs W D Taul Megan Ohio county J B Bates was in Cloverport Thurs- Â¬ day whll- - there he took an order for ten barrels of fl mr Miss Di tela Bates and visitors spent last Wednesday night wlthher cousin Mrs Mina Bates at Beech Fork Mr B II Bates Misses Dorcle Bates Sallie Henry Xle Wilson speut a pleas ant day at Tar Springs Thursday Mrs Mahala Keenan and son Wilbur fiom Highway are visiting relatives and attending meeting at Krenaa Chapel tills week Misses Di Bates K Wilson and S Henry aed others formed quite a house party at the beaatllul home ot Mr aad Mrs L O Taul last week A delightful day was speat Friday at thehome of Mr asd Mm L O TshI by a party ot youBg people Mrs Taul to ear friendly postmistress We are badly la seed of rain The farmera say unless we have U bom the rope of this iielshharawsil will be shett r than 1ms hum ier O J Yowsg stale A letter tot owiag to Mm Obsess of Uf tm YOU ought to know that when sutler IUU I -- 1 lr Mr Chas Morris who to la the U revenae serviee received aa aesigasasMl for the moath ef Aataet ia imd IsK fer that pteee Saaday las telepaoae liae from Isssa to staa aest with those ea Rowftk wtM fc completed ia a tew days W will the nave six nae raaalag la asm aad ttt he eeaaeated by the -- TTijia at ta bottd Gay Meador reiasaed Imsb froca HatdiaebwK whets a ha baa the past two wash vaasiag rctoihsa ejajg irtotMk He was aoansapaalsa hy Iflka Ada BsanL who will visit oar aaat Haw 0k fr- U A