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THE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS ALL VOL XXIII LIGHTNINGS GLARE Furnished Unlit Tor Amerlcnua to Slioot By AT BIG BATTLE MANILLA ordered etopped The Kentucky troops are being held as Mlls lias enough troops iln rabies If p ace negotiations do not intrfpr Iim would lmv posses sion of Ioilo Itlco b Saturday Tim military camps in I ho south are all to tin moved north Hhafter cables that 1000 Spanish prisoners have been Btarted for homo th a afternoon Â¬ THEX MRWS THATS KIT TO PRINT 1898 CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY1 WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 NO 4 Kojral makta the food part whoUsom and dtllcloa WILD AND under UX boml by IJpjirM Judge Skill man Win Gilbert lVatne his surety and lie was released CONGRESSMAN Remember the name JV001XY Was Saturday Nights Scrap on Wall ADDITI0NAlLOCAL Do you tie d a lantern to hunt the pumpkins ill vouf con field if so go to Short Ilnyjien Mihs Jenny Green of Fails of tough came to tho city Tuesday -- ho will no at the home of Mr jand Mrs G W Hay Mistkh DAVE SMITH Fires the Opening Gun of His Campaign Pledges Himself Anew to the Platform 1896 when you buy again A HOT TIME Spnniards Were Kcpulscd Large Loss Manila Aug With Colored Population Celebrate Emancipa- Â¬ tion Day Street 0ns Man Severely Stabbed and Another Shot AGGRESSOR PUT UNDER BOND News On the Spanish troops 3000 strong attacked the American forces at Malata near Wfcclla The Americans with two regi Â¬ ments repulsed the Spaniards killing 200 and wounding 300 of the enemy The fight occurrod durinunragiugBtorm our soldiers killing the enpiny by the light of the lightening flashes The Spaniards again attacked the Americans on the nights of the 1st and 2nd of August but were again repulsed w ith a loss of CO killed The American loro was 13 killed and 50 wounded A general attackis expected During the engage The ment the rebels were neutral Monterey with three transports has ar- Â¬ rived opecial cablo to the night of July 31 the DONS WANT TO SWAP p k Washington D C Aug 0 Special U Spains pence reply has not the Nkwb yet been translated It is said that tha teims will ho accepted but they are dis Â¬ The reply cussed with much vrrloeity asks that Cuba not be turned over to the insurgents and that Spains Pacific poss Â¬ essions b nnt for TVrn Rico LATE ARMY NEWS The colored population was in Its glory Saturday A tilg picnic was held at La Heists grov by tti members of Clover port Lodge U B F and Marion Temple S M Y The cert monies of the day started with a grand free street parado The principal attractiou was Alt ck Robinson mounted upon a fiery charger that cavorted and carcoled about as if it was the whole thing Then there was music hv the hand This aggregation of musical talent belongs to Ulovorport and the strains ot melody that came from its horns and cymbals and drums drove dull care away and drowned the trnublo of the populace We are unablo to tell what tuno was played sb it had the earmarks of of Annie Laurie and A Hot Time in the Old Town The parade was grand beyond descrip- Â¬ tion There was a profusion ofspenre battle axes and red and yellow sashes as well as sun hright glittering badges The picnic dinner was almost a realization of paradise there being chicken and water melon galore The event was a combination cake walk and traded meetln and was hngoly enjoyed by the sons of Ham Saturday by tho way was emancipa Â¬ tion day Â¬ About 11 oclock Saturday night an al- Â¬ tercation arose in Keavins saloon on Wall street that resulted in tho stabbing of George Graham and the shooting of Aleck Hall From what can be learned it seems that Hall who is a tenant on Wm Gi- Â¬ lberts farm on the Stuphensport road while intoxicated became quite boister- Â¬ ous in the saloon Graham it is said ordered Hall to mako lees noise and on the latters failure to do so attempted to out him out In the 8fruglo that ensued Hall it is alleged lined a knife upon Graham with terrible effect Bystanders fay that were it not for the interference of Charlie Mayhall and Irve OBrien Graham would have been killed Notwithstanding the fact that he had been terribly stabbed in five places Graham followed his advemary and shot him through the leg as lie was running across tlm street The bullet passed through the member and shattered a Mat pane of glaa in the door of Boyd Washington D U August 0 Special A TRIO Or SQUALLS to the News All troops ordered to Forto Rico yet unembarked have been Break The Monotony of Three Mens Lives August flrit was a red letter day to of Tobineport cause a lusty bou cing boy that the neighbors say looks just like his papa August second filled Eugene Greenwood with joy cause a bouncing boy that looks as if he will make a splendid farmer August third was a gala day to Carl Benton cause a pretty little girl that fills her papas heart with joy that pas eetli understanding Bill Winchell Â¬ Remember the name when you buy again ft r-- iBattHAi WlmlMt number of people are now sojourning there and Bra deriving the benefits of the life giving and healing waors If the increased patronage keeps up it will again become the leading health resort of the state Popularity Tar Springs an regaining their old time ponvarity forau umtttually large Ofd tifiie Revaluing Green Clothing nkw iJ t i j City Clerk DHuy says that there are only 150 dogs out of tho million or mora that Infect tho city that have any right to existence Since the first of the month only thirty dog owners have taken out license as against 70 last year On tho twentietli the city marshal will bo in Â¬ DELIGHTFUL FUNCTION structed to arrest delinquent owners and One of the swellest aa well as one of shoot all stray dogs and t lion thero will the most delightful social functions of be fun and amiiBemont for everybody the season was the breakfast and card except the victims party given by Mrs W G Smart last Successful Revival Friday morning in honor of her sister Mrs Geer Those present were Mes Kev Clay Moorman one of the bright dames O W Moorman G W Short II est young preachers in this county is A O z W H Bowmer A 11 Skill conducting a succeEssful revival meeting man David Van Alatine F M Smith in the handsome new church at Kosctta F W Fraize and thu jiMlaees Jennie Ho 1b an original and forceful speaker Warlield Elizabeth SklMman Margue- Â¬ and lias Sam Jones faculty of describing rite Elizabeth aud Marioa Bowmer and sin in the right kind of language and tinglys saloon After the trouble Graham was taken Alliene Murray and Mix Etta Evans plugging it between the eyes to Henry Staders room across the street Tho hours were from 0 to 12 a m Good Work and Dr Watkins was summoned The latter quickly dressed the numerous ugly An Approaching Wedding Road overseer Mercer is making ex wounds and Graham was romoved to his the Irvington Tho many friends of Mr and Mrs tensive improvements onhighway under home Itosetta road This After he had been shot Hall went to Robert Nichols will be agreeably sur Â¬ and fine system of working has been so Dr Owens and had his wouud dressed prised to know that their charming his It is now one of the beet When this had been done the city mar Â¬ daughter Mips Lulu la to be united in improved that shal placed him under arrest and locked marriage to Mr John B Konfrow of in tho county Sulphur Spring Ohio The wedding is him up in jail BeUQht 6000 Bushels On Tuesday he was charged with stab Â¬ to take place at tho homo of tho brides Oelzo Bros the local millers have bing and cutting while in tho heat of parents in this city at 0 oclock Wednesday evening August 31 and all purchased about 0000 bushels of wheat passion llo waived examination and was put friends aro cordially invited to be pres- Â¬ from the farmers in tills section since ent wheat threshing began The farmers show a disposition to hold their wheat for a bettor price Horse Thief Captured Web Shadwick young in years and Uncle Johnnie Pate Dead old in crimo was arrested at Hardine burg Friday by Sheriff V B Burton on Uncle Johnnie Iate the aged darky Stimulate the stomach a chnrge of horse stealing Tho prisoner wh hasbeon ono of the characters of the rouse the liver cure bilious was brought to this city by Sheriff Bur- Â¬ town for vcars past died last Thursday ness headache dizziness ton who took the train hijre for Owens He was 71 years of age A number of our tomacn conitlpatlnu bero the alleged theft having occurred white people as well as those of his own Sold by alt drujotliti emu c rrlc 5 j Tho only Kilt to take with Hood SaruparUla in Daviess county race mourn his loss well-to-do Shoit Mrs Gus T Luckett Urey Woodson and Mrs W M Ituddvf Owensboro are tli- - guffts of Mr and Mrs Washington Holt Holts Bottom Or Kev W B ltutledfreNwill commence frtii unlay a protracted meeting at Uosn en church He will hard the able assist Â¬ ance of ltov Weston Bruner of Haiti more Md Mrs K S Thomreon and two daugh Â¬ ters Misses Bonetm and Itobin Mr Edward Livers and sistor Miss Alliene of Paris are spending n week the guest of Miss Nannie Brashest Mr Caa Rhodes one of this countys farmers most substantial and died last Tuesday at his homo in Glen deauo He was in liisGOth year His health had been failing for tho past year and his death wasdue to a general giving away jBatyeAj rhuu memmi SHOOTING Dog WILL BEGIN of and Their Owners Will Be Victims There was a large crowd at the picnic at Custer last Saturday The voters from all over that bailiwick gathered there to hear the opening gun of the campaign fired by Hon David II Smith the present congress man who is desirous of succeeding him self in the house Ah everyone kiiaws Dave is a silver Democrat and he again pledged himself anew to the cause of states rights and the free and unlimited coinage of silver He spoke of the eflbris of organized capital and monopoly to depreciate the money of the country and to curtail its circulation He ripped the trusts up the back and garo plutocracv a black eye in fact ho blacked both its eyes He told lils hearers that the promised Republican prosperity had not arrived and owing to a mistake in the schedule it is sidetracked somewhere between Wall street nnd Lombard street He accused the money poworof taking advantage of the war with Spain by forcing and gobbling up the bond i Arnica He said that as the United States had become master of tho high seas as well as the land it could formulate and main Â¬ tain its own financial as well as eovern- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ POWB IER Absolutely Pure KOYU Agjft fOwDCR to M YORK mental policy and defend them against the world The speech was entirely in accordanco with the platform of 1890 No expression was made as to IiIb views on the question of national expansion Dr It II McMullen ot McDaniel the populist iiomineo for congressional honors In this district was present and took advantage of tho occasion to intro- Â¬ duce himself to tho people He made a formal announcement of his candidacy and said that it was only a patriotic sense of duty that caused him to neglect a lucrative practice to enter tlm race a AsVonzA Destroyed By Fire ARE YOU BANKRUPTinhealth constitution undermined by ex- Â¬ travagance in eating by disre- Â¬ garding the laws of nature or physical capital all gone if so The residonco of Daniel Arms a prom was inent farmer near HardiiiBliurg completely destroyed by llw Menday Origin unknown No insurance Painful Accident Â¬ NEVER DESPAIR Tutts Liver Pills will cure you Hoods Pills r H V For sick headache dyspepsia torpid liver constipation biliousness and all kindred diseases sout stomach makiria Uncle Charlie Dates the faithful old colored hostler at Adkissous livery sta Â¬ ble fell from a loft and was badly bruised about the head Friday He is S3 years of age and was the first negro oorn in Uloyerport Delightful Party Misses Elizabeth aud Marguorito The Skillmau tendered a number of young people party at beautiful Cedarwood Hotimlat in honor of tlmir little guest Miss Koth Graham A splendid time was had Peter Laslle DeadJ Peter Laslle one of the best known men in the county and a prominent old soldier died at his homo near Hardins burg Monday morning Tutts an absolute cure Liver PHls m JV mmmr b aW aB aaV aal t A S EVERYBODY INVITED TO THE IN- 3PCTWTST - Flag Boys Cottonade Pants1 from 13 to 18 years 25c Childrens Wash Suits 45o Better grade Woolen Suite sizos from 5 to 14 175 values our prico 110 Childrens Novolty Suits ages 0 to 14 250 vakie our price 135 Childrens Cassimere and Tricot Suits nicely made and highly finished would bo cheap at 350 our price 225 Barg am Notions Pins 5c box of Good Toilet Soap contains 3 bars for 5c 5 spools of 200 yard Wostorloys or Kings Throad for 10c Ladies Black Hoso 5c Bettor grado Extra fine full scamloss fast colors worth 15c our prico 10c Mens Socks 5o a pair Mens Suspenders at 10c a pair 3 Papers of 1 P AT HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Store JjlcIlS To investigate ourjarge stock of Dry Goods Notions Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Caps Furnishings and Groceries bought at a closing out sale from large manufacturers which will astonish you Our low prices cannot he equalled anywhere Space prevents the mention of all articles but an idea can he gained by what follows H A nico lino of Mens Black Hats worth 100 our price 50c Bettor grade all styles wortli 150 our prico 1 ft our prico 398 A nice Fancy Striped 4 button Sack Suitwell made woud bq cheap at 050 our prico 1 125 Mens Black Clay Worsted most porfoct fitting gar nients regular 900 suit our pric 550 Suits worth from 10 to 18 o highest prico is Mens Brown Mixed Novelty Smits I -- r iVC l Ns o Dry Goods Light colored Calico at 4c Indigo Blue and Simpsons Black silver groy best grades at Percales 34 incites wide cheap at 10c our prico 7jc MZIaM Extra fine grades of Hats would bo cheap at and 250 our price 1 25 to 150 200 v 4o 7c worth 600 1050 A lot of MenB Sunday Pants different grades and patterns worth all tho way from 150 to 3 50 our price 1 25 A beautiful line of tailor made Pants 500 values 275 price 60c Hens heavy double knoo Oyorallg worth 75o our Organdies worth from 12c to 35o our price 74 to 18c for tho best Ginghams 5c a yard Mens Shirtings 6o por yard Better grade at 6jc por yard Extra good quality worth 10c our prico 8c RadTablo Cloth 17c a yard Better grades fust colors 52 indies wide Table Oil Cloth standard grades several different patterns to select from 15c por yard Window Shades 15o each Screen for Window Curtains 5o a yard Toweling by the yard 5o Better grades at reasonable prices Cannelton Sheeting Cotton 4o a yard Shoes A nico lot of Ladies Button or Lace Shoes patent leather tip and facing worth 140 our prico 105 Better grade of Ladies Dongola Shoes 175 values our prico 135 A Gonuine Ladies Dongola hand taado skde high ly finished and the most porfect fitting shoe on the market Mens Shoes square or coin too laco or congress worth 150 our price 110 A hotter grado regular 200 shoo our prico 150 A nico gonulno shoe worth 4 our price 3 Mens heavy plow shoes 98o A better grade soamless back high top wortli 150 our price 125 Groceries lhv First class Bacon Granulated Sugar 17 lbs for ono dollar 7c 22o Good Green Cofleo 10a lb Soda 2 lbs for 5o Celluloid Btarch 5c a packago 12 Bars of EvorybodyB Soap 25o 4 packages Coffee Essonco 5c Largo Boxes Mustard Sardines 8o a box Coal Oil lOo a gallon 3 Sacks Table Salt 10c Largo Box of Matches 1000 in a box for 5c Everything olso in proportion Wo believe in quick sales and small profits as being tho best method of doing business which has already proved to ui to be Bear in mind that we will not and cannot bo undersold by any ono in tho country with our mothod of dong business trade there has boon increasing oyery day You can hear the cries of tho people of that community Lots go to the Green Flag Bargain Storo whero we can Our main store at Hawesvillo Ky has beon growing largor from day to day and our bo we aro going to prove tho fact to tho people of Brockenrldgo and surrounding community that we can soil you hotter goods for loss monoy than any other Btoro myl al Therefore we are proud of our name and buy geodg cheap and get kind treatment adviw every man and woman to take advantage of this golden opportunity of our grand opening GrFg argaimStore TT j - BAKBR BROS MAIN STORE At HtiwesviUe Ksutiwky jr ilV t JNO D AND V THia BR30KHNEUIiCH3rt THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS a BABBAGE - i NM8 Editors and Proprietors 10 1898 WEDNESDAY AUGUST Dyspepsia Degrades its victims JUOVMIPOJIT KY mmmmmmmsmsm jS The Manly SIX PAGES A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY It puts thorn in tho power of tho weakest organ of tho body and makes them its alaves They must cat to suit it drink to suit it and livo a lonton life of self denial Art Great Summer Clearance Sale 1 1 8 18 gr Gloverpott now baa a brilliant opportunity to become an educational center o more than local renown Poeaeaalng as she does tbe bealthleet and most beautl ful elto on the Ohio river a citizenship that is noted for Its practice of all the civic virtues and a school bnildinK thnt ia a credit to the town this city more than all othera In this section la adapted by its environments and facilities to the require Â¬ ments of a seat of learning We have churches and a God fearing people Tho moral lone of the community is exceptionally high Now that wo have secured the services of Professor Hancock as principal of our school wo should see to it that stops be taken to aid him in making his work hore valuable to the city A special tax should bo voted that will yield sufficient revenue to maintain a nine month o school Were this done It would attract to Oloverport a number of farmers who would move in from the country and make this their home that they might educate their children The acquisition of so desirable an element would be Â¬ of incalculable good It would create a demand for the beat claaa of rental prop would bo the moans of increasing by erty It would enhance realty values It thousands of dollars annually the trado of our merchants A good school advanoes population A good school dispels ignorance and promotes enlightenment A good school elevates the standard of public morals Â¬ A generous expenditure of money for educational purposea ia the best invest ment that a community can make Let These are truths and if we ignore them we are standing in our own light give such financial aid aa will make this the ua awake to our opportunities and best school in Kentucky It will bo bread cast upon the wators that will bring profitable roturns well-to-d- AYERS PILLS have cured many bad casos of dyspepsia thoy will euro you if you aro Buffering from that disease Mrs II B Anderson 15 Williams Street Grand Rapids Mich writes Ayers Pills eared roe of dripepaU from which I had Buffered for throo years They beat every other medi Â¬ cine are defenceless the feet as well as with the nrms and hands not by kicking oh no but by having them correctly shod Right shoes make healthy feet and the doctors tell us that healthy feet arc the first requisites for healthy bodies Without healthy bodies you of self defense can be practiced with We offer you Selz Shoes as the best all solid rightly built footwear for the least money See our new styles just xf Goods found in our stock each season aro alwiiys to be relied upod as ho goods poculiar to that season hence wo always closo out tho residue of stocks To this end our unansworing motto is that goods bought for ono season must go at that season This gives us tho lovorago wo havo in catering to our large patronage Thoy know that our now stocks are always no w Summer Dress Goods in Summer Clothing Wo dont care what prices othera quote on For Men and Boys Summer Novelties AYERS PILLS Cure LAWNS or any Summer Fabrics oome to headquarters and get the Dyspepsia BRANDENBURG Miss Ella Hendrich is visiting relatives near Ekron Miss May has returned to Hardinsburg from a visit to Miss Lil Rhodes Miss Annie Bondurant has returned home after a visit to MisaFIorine Ander- Â¬ son Thk eagles battlo cry is drowned by to sue lor Inglorious peace Thus has Blanco obtained a reputation as the the cooing of the dove of peace champion lightning change artist Hon Davk Smitii is of the opinion Sekinu that their chances for fighting that the income tax ia heavens first law Spaniards are mighty slim the members Ibvinotok ia growing so fast that it of tbe First and Third Kentucky are Another keeps pesple hustling to keep up with it scrapping with each other proof of the fact that when the Ken must is Porno llrco promptly notified Miss tuckians fighting spirit aroused it Columbia that it was a case of Barkis find a vent is willin Bbeckknkidoe people have purchased in Brecken more carriages and pianos this year than Thk good road movement ridge county is a highway that will lead they havo in the three years combined Another evidence of the fact that our to great prosperity folks are in easy circumstances to raise Sincb Cleveland has started Meets Tour Needs poultry on his Princeton farm ho has learned that chickens come home to When you feel tired languid nervoua roost and are troubled with pimploa and eruptions you will find Hoode Sarsapa county in the state ia better rilla exactly meets your ueeda No on It adapted to dairy farming than this and purifies and enriches tho blood and im Â¬ Theres parts to it the qualities needed to tone as Col Mulberry Sellers says millions in it the nerves and nourish tbe whole system It cures all blood humora Bountiful crops and the sun of pros Â¬ Hoods Pills cure sick headache perity makes the pathway of the farmer nausea bllliousness and all liver ills follow in a bright and pleasant one to Price 25 cents fair old Breckenridge Thk number of Cloverport boys who participated in the battle of Santiago demonstrates that our patriotism is not the brass band kind Newest Styles For Less Money ALL MUST GO We are Giving Great Concessions in Prices You will lose monoy if you fail to call on us and will make money if you patronize us 1 thSTfair Cloverport s Leading One Price Store PLEASANT VALLEY The sick aro all improving Will Simons spent Sunday with A Sa Ashcraft Miss Fronia Whelen is a guest at the J Pike home ABhcraft Bros are threshing in this neighborhood this week W II Brown and W L Bandy were business callers at Iryington last Thurs Â¬ day Misses Katie Dodge and Sinda Snider are aecial visitors at the Danner home at the heights Wni Hardin and family attended tbe picnic at Andy vllle They enjoyed Sun- Â¬ day the guest of his father Miss Katie Bell Reese still lingers at the homo of her aunt Mrs Bell Ash- Â¬ craft wonder the attraction Misa L Ada Bandy and brothers Hoy and Willie of Valley Home attended the picnic at Guston last Saturday Misses Kate Dodge and Sinda Snider was very pleasantly entertained by the Misses Lizzie and Bertha Brown last Monday Mrs Het Livers and children who have been visiting at the II B Livers home have returned to their home in Denison Toxas Mrs Elizabeth Brown Mrs Will Bandy Miss L Ada and Hattle Hazel of Valley Home enjoyed an all day visit at Mrs Wm Hardins at Locust Lawn last Thursday Sunny Spain the beautiful country of romance and song and in one of these vales slumbers a village an idoal little cluster of beautiful houses Simplicity does not rule alone In this pleasant little valley standd the old Spanish church the walls are lowered with creeping ivy arched windows are wreathed in graceful festoons of tho same climbing vine Stained windows casta hallowed light throughout the place and yet to think so many of our brave Americana have loot their lives in that sunny land when were call the luth day of August 1851 when the Spaniards shot to death Col Wm L Crittenden and his brave men Yet throughout all these years they have been so truel and bad when in that beautiful sunny laad they had everything to make them happy fur the Lord bad blessed them Well war came up between tbe two na Â¬ tions and I had to return that is why you haye heard again from ItAMULKn Miles boodlesa triumphal march through Porto Klco ia as brilliant a military exploit aa Joshuas operations against the city of Jericho Spains delay in acceding to TJnclo Sams peace terms would indicate that she is coquetting with a dynamite bomb or preparing a feather Led to fall on Ky The ninety year old Glasgow man who suicided tho other day took a long tinfe to make up his mind and de- clde that life was not worth the living scarce in Clover port and the man who takes advantage of the opportunity to erect a few dwel- Â¬ lings will find it a profitable Investment Ukntal property ia l Clovkwouts prestige as an education- Â¬ al center will be built up and main Â¬ tained if the people give Prof Hancock and his faculty the proper encourage Â¬ ment Oaitain General Blanco at the be ginning of the war said that no power on Â¬ earth could prevent Spain from coming out of the conflict victorious Now he savsthe European powers compelled her MANY THINK when the Creator said to woman In sorrow shalt thou bring forth children that a curse was pronounced against the human race but the joy felt by every Mother when she first presses to her heart her babe proves the contrary Danger and suffering lurk in the pathway of the Expectant Â¬ Mother and should be avoided that she may reach the hour when the hope of her heart is to be real- Â¬ ized in full vigor and strength MOTHERS FRIEND so relaxes the system and as sists Nature P1 without Nau- Â¬ sea Headache Gloomy Fore- - that the nec essary change takes place Nervous or Â¬ have experienced friends mourns her demise Nothing but Mothers Frlewidocs For broken soret Insect this Dont be deceived or bites burna skin surfaces and especially dlsoaaea else piles persuaded to use anything there la one mothers MoUwri trying hour Is robbed of its pain and suffering as so many happy cer andt he bodintrof dan Naaala HiwklM Daad Miss Nannie Hawkins grand daughter of John Agnew of Ilitea Run neighbor Â¬ hood died Sunday at 0 oclock of congesÂ¬ tion The young lady possessed a beau- Â¬ tiful character and was loved by all who knew her The News with a legion of Witts Witch Hazel Salve When you nrket call for DeWitts doat accept counter guyWTMrtbM Yea will Mi be disap Of 4nuc lit at flOO orient by expreaa on re-- feits or fraud ete e7pric Write for took containing alua- - pointed with DeWitts Witch Hms StJafemattoa lor all Mothera aaallea Iree Mm rind U the grotM rcswdy tw nil our eimomtn nrabe tt A Co WMuwrlgb Tx reliable remedy LV Â¬ Â¬ MMUH MfaUUr Cfc AtUata 8 Salve Short A Hayiws i J dic only succeed in makiug themselves mis- Â¬ erable The diptheria scare last week was something like tho cholera frights I can remember in tho early fifties here when we all fled for safer parts There was three cases reported at the Luclle Home and one Jin a private family when im mediately a panic ensued and fully sixty people left One little girl at the home Maude Slaton from Breckenridge coun- Â¬ ty six years old died but doctor Pusey reported pneumonia with diptheria Lit Â¬ tle Maude was a sweet affectionate little tot and will be missed especially by lit- Â¬ tle Mabel her sister Their mother came up to see them but not until little Maude had closed her eyes forever and tho little lips could not lisp mamma for whom she grieved just as other little ones would do Antl Toxlne has been used and the cases at the Home and one other are relieved No new cases and the feeling has subsided Nancy Hanks one of the Messengers brightest stars has dipped her quill in vitriol to score the evangelist Sam P Jones She is honest she is candid and I admire her She could take Mr Ger Â¬ alds vacant chair in the office of tho Iconoclast and wield the lamented liranns pen But Nancy you did cause me to smile when you said you wanted the delectable Sam to preach the gospel from the hfgb standard of Talmage and the late Henry Ward Beecher Talmage is as sensational in his manner of pre Â¬ senting the gospel and as peculiar in his appeals to the people as tbe noted eva- Â¬ ngelistonly ho handles his adjectives and adverbs to modify differently In many of his sermons he makes some of the broadest boldest most subtle insinu Â¬ ations I wer read He clothes his ideas in sensational high flown and far fetched similes and metaphors His wholeplane is one of hyperbole and when you sum up any one of his discourses you will find it a la Sam Jones couched in little more permissible rhetoric And Henry Ward Beecher I Peace to bis ashes Sam Jonea freely admits lie waa half hog and half man till twenty four but after that by trie power of God be waa regenerated and has since stood as whole man Henry Ward Beecher always posed aa a fault Â¬ less spotless Immaculate latter day saint till brought before the world in the most scaudalous court proceedings that ever darkened a docket To rehearse the evidence and the trial would cause the blush of shame to mantle the cheek of any Christian in tho land I Anything but a wolf In sheeps clothing any Â¬ thing but awhlted sepulcher without and within uncleanness anything but religion for a cloak Sam Jones has felt the sting of sin He is prepared to deal with it in its own technical terms lie Is reaching all cosses rich poor high fection and low The only difference between Little Hattlo and I leave this morning him and Talmage ho uses the straight out phrasf bluut languagx while De Monday for Dr P W Footes Irving Witt wnlpa his Satanic Majesty round ton on to Mrs V G Babbages Har Â¬ the stump dinsburg to Oloverport to divide up be Â¬ tween Mrs J D Babbage Mrs II V Progressiva Parmer Duncan and Mrs R L Newsom but I John Lyddan who la strictly shall see all of my friends porslble in in all things ia contemplating the oach place and hope they will ba sure to erection of a targe silo on hia farm In the come to see me without delay vicinity of Irvington Dr Alexander Nettieroth of Louis vllle has been made assistant surgeon in Dr Nettieroth is well the army known here and has often been a visitor to the family of Dr D 0 Pusey with Dr Remember the name W B Pusey Dr Nettieroth Is a young man of unusual promise and received when you buy mauy honors In the Louisville Medica College when he graduated last May again standlugsecond In a large class I note what Falls of Rough says about my remarka on gossip and tattlers Yes wa do know them and they are invaria Â¬ bly people who are incapable of any other conversation they are so un acÂ¬ quainted with anything ele but dU a i agreeable subjects and are as roWrable themselves they trv to make it an pi worse than diptheria hwt tiUy Â¬ 1 Bewleyville and Irvington we will strike bands this week sure and talk Sam Jones too Dr W B Pusoy of Louisville apont Saturday and Sunday with hia father Dr D 0 Pusey George Wool folk of Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday with his wife at Mr J W Lewis Mrs Moreman gave a cotillion last week The OBryan boys furnished the musls which was of course good Mr A C Burton is at Chicago Uni- Â¬ versity Ho will not commence the Normal till the laBt of September Thero will be an excursion from Louis Â¬ ville to Leavenworth tomorrow Tues day Several from here will join it Misa Agues Malln and Stella Boles re- Â¬ turned to Owensboro Sunday Mr Guy Gilbert came up for the day with them Misses Mamie and Nettie Sheeny Lil lie Hutti and Lena Nevitt are visiting Miss Jennie Meade Lee Woolfolk Springs Mrs Z T Herndon was called to Leitchfltild lost Sunday to see herdaugh ter Mrs Gordon Moorman who is sick but not seriously Fannie Caldwell Macauley that grace lul pathetic writer has an interesting article in Sundays Courier about her visit to the suu kissed hills where rests the little city of Cloverport Mr J R Trent has information that his Bister in Kansas has been murdered and tiiat her husband was suspected Mr Trent has gone to Kansas and will employ a defective at Louisville Our sister State across the stream has quarantined against us on account of diptheria for ten days despite the re- Â¬ monstrance of the citizens Exaggerat Â¬ ed accounts over there no doubt caused tho action Our worn out soldiers from Santiago are to be taken North and treated royal- Â¬ ly which speaks volumafor this admin- Â¬ istration Tenderness and consideration in individuals and in nations are the most beautiful attributes Mr D W Fairleigh and son Frank of Louisville spent Sunday with James Fairleigh at Mrs J W Lowis I had just one chat with that Harvard boy Frank who Is as genial and whole soul ed as tho elegant father Dont you believe to the contrary girls boys Education cultivation reading knowledge are paramount to everything else and it is more so every year Ac-Â¬ complishments are expected now and tbe only path is hard work and diligent study Mrs W D Howard and Mrs Geo Frymiru are at their parents till tho scare is over Two of our good neigh Â¬ bors gone and I dont like it a little bit There Is nothing to equal congeniality We have it in our neighborhood to per- Â¬ FO SALE Genuine Missouri White Rye and Orchard Grass Seed at JACOB MEYER ll j5 8s HOLT KY JFDUTSCHKE More ban twenty million free samples Witch Hazel Salve have been distributed by the manufacturers What better proof of their confldenco in ita merits do you want It cures piles burns scalds sores in tho shortest space of time Short Haynes of DeWitta BIG SPRING KY e8tg8i8S8i88tm8388K Fifteen miles from Louisville 450 feet higher Handsome building all modern conveniences I leal location Iteflned home and surroundings Strong faculty Write and Rates very moderate from leading universities and conservatories ask Twenty sixth year begins Monday September 13 REV T S McOALL President YOUNG LADIES KENTUCKY COLLEGE For PEEWEE VALLEY KY KLONDIKE SALE A dollar saved is like a dollar found and when you have an opportunity to save plenty of dollars you are as well off as if you went to the Klondike and found tnat muoh gold There are certain times during the year when merchants MUST REDUCE STOCK Not only to make room for new goods but so none will have to be carried over another season when everybody will be looking for new fresh styles Therefore THIS IS ONE OP THEM as we select the next fifteen days for that purpose The following Goods will be sold at prices named below for the NEXT FIFTEEN DAYS ONLY Dress Goods All Lawns that formerly sold at lOo now 20 inch Heavy Fabric Percales at 5 Cents Lot of Moire Fancy Plaids and Stripes at less than cost to manu- Â¬ facture One lot of All Wool Imperial Serge all colors these are season Â¬ able and just in time for fall dresses Satin Ribbon all colors 15c bolt that formerly Bold at 50c now Silk Ribbon all colora Including Indigo Blue and Red at 40 Cents 5c bolt Silk Ribbon all colors bolt Special Bargains Silk Ribbon all colors Dress and Apron Ginghams 10c bolt Throo Papers of Pins 5c Silk Ribbori all colors at 5 Cents Shirt Waists to closo them out worth 80c at at one third off 20c per Bolt Straw Hats at half price Silk Ribbons all colors That wore cheap at 10o our prico A fow Hammocks that havo been per bolt left over at 40 per cent off 7 74 Cents Eibbons Calicoes 4 Cents No 2 No 5 No 7 No 9 No 22 7o 34 inch Percales Cents I2c No 12 Organdies That formerly sold at 25o down to Fancy Goods Footwear Oxfords and RUnnum will K marked at 20 por cent off to doe them out Childrens Sandals murVed dnvn from tl10 to 85c Sizes 84 to 12 havo hnAn mdtr uu uown 10 We havo the largest lino of Em broiderio4 and Fancy Goods in the 15 Cents county and the stock is so extensive Ono lot of Dress Zephyr Ging Â¬ that you can find anything you Hero are some bargains hams that formorly cost 12 and want 15c down to Val Laces ranging in prico from 25o for a dozen yards to 25o for a 8 13 Cents 90 Cents single yard in black and white SizeB 18 to 2 have been - markod Will cloBe out our lot of Fancy witli insortiogs to match down to 100 DresB Goods Plaids and Checks of One pieco only of all over em Â¬ Theso aro all first claw haml all colors that formorly eoldat25o broidered ribbon for fancy waists turned goods and will wear splen Â¬ now going at worth 75o marked down to 2fin didly They are tho greatest bar Â¬ per yard 15 gains yet offered Cents SENSATIONAL A largo lot of Light Colored Calicoes that we do not want on ao count of tho space they aro taking up will be disposed of at 3 Cents Thoy aro ptaple goods that formerly sold at So PLUG ADDISON ADDIBON KY dJck - - - - -- jjttf A- THB I3RKOKRNRIDQE1 NKWS OIaOVEIRPOKLT KY Breckenridge News 10 1803 3 WEDNESDAY AUGUST UNCLE SAMS NEW ISLAND t B Old Abolitionist Dead The last of the old time abolition Poro Rico Chief Cities its Pop- Â¬ agitators la gone Parker Pillabury died ulation and Resources at Concord N II a lew days ago at tho age of 80 He outlived all other lectur Â¬ ing agents qt the New England anti efavery societies In 185 54 Mr Pills The Island is 3668 Mile in Extent bury made a Idresaes in Eugland to help Limited Railroad and Tele- Â¬ on tho emancipation movement He graph Facilities Was ca led the sledge hammer of the Mrs Pillsbury died last abolitionists February agd 82 Tho Island of lorto Klco is 3008 square miles in extent It is nlnty five Dangerous Drinking Water miles long and thirty five miles broad Death lurks In Impure Water It and has n population according to the breeds diseases often in epidemic form latest figures made in 1887 of 8111137 of The first Bymptom is looseness of the which morn tlinti 300000 are negroes bowels These diseases aro checked by Tiiereare 137 miles of railway and about taking Foleys Colic Cure A K Fisher 160 miles of wagon road All other Oloverport It A Shell man Stephens traveling and transportation must be port Gordon A Haynes Patesville E done by mules and riding horses There fr Witt Hardlnsburg aro 470 miles of telegraph lines and tele phono systems in the principal cities Iu ARE STARVING 1805 the total value of imports was 10 People of Beleagured Havana In Te Tri 155050 and of exports 14020404 In 1887 the United states sent imports to able Straits tho island to the value of 2181024 and received exports valued at 1088888 In The Press quotes from a letter written 1800 the exports to Spain were 5423 to her 700 by the wife of a wealthy Cuban and there was received from Spain sister In New York It reached New 73288S0 There is a large tobacco crop York by way of Vera Cruz Mexico and now growing which promises well was mailed in Havana more than three The principal city is San Juan situated Tho little ago The writer says weeks upon a small island connected with the food we have had at home is buried in mainluud by a bridge At the other end the cellar and when we eat our meals of it are tho high clilld which support El we hide in an upstairs room so that the Morro Castle The harbor entrance is starving people can not look in through one of great difficulty except under the the windowB and see us When we ate most favorable conditions but a broad in tho dining room they would break In and beautiful bay is concealed beyond it and snatch our food away Wo know if Tho smaller island is two and a quarter they were to seo us eating now they miles long and averages a quarter of a would take away our last piece of bread mlln in width The city is a complete and meat It is unsafe for any one to bo walled town with portcullis moat gates caught eatingand battlements Although over 250 One Minute Cough Cure surprises peo- Â¬ years old it In still In good condition Inside the walls the city is laid off in ple by its quick cures and children may Â¬ take it in Jargd quantities without the regular tquares six parallel streets running in the direction of tho length of tho least danger It has won for itself the best reputation of any psrparation used island and seven at right angles The to day for colds croup tickling in the houses are cicely nnd compactly built of brick uaually of two stories stuccoed on throat or obstinate coughs Short the outside and painted in a varioty of Haynes colors The upper floors are occupied by TO OLD POINT COMFORT AND THE SEA the more respectable people while the SHORE AUGUST I6TII grouud floors almost without exception are given up to negroes and the poorer elate who crowd upon one another in THE ORANDEST OF ALL TRIPS the most appalling maimer The population within the walls is estimated at The regular Annual Excursion to Old Point Comfort In charge of Mr W A Wileus S 1 A will 20000 and moat of it liytttou tho grouud St L and be run Tuesday Aug l6thviaLil floor where everything reeks with filth from Cloverport on regular C O Hallway and conditions are most unsanitary train leaving at yf 45 a m connecting with Sea shore Sxclal which leaves Union Station loot o The entire population depends upon rain Seventh street at 1 3o p m The round trip rate water caught upon the flit roofs of the to Old Point Comfort is only 15 00 and the tickets buildings aud couducte I to the cistern are good until August 31st with rtop over privi which occupies the greater part of the leges returning only inner courtyard while vaults occupy This trip surpasses any offered the traveling public and affords many delightful diversions Grand whatever remaining space there mav be and beautiful scenery invigorating mountain air in the patios surf bathtng ocean voyage palatial hotel enterEpidemics are frequent and the town tainment and a visit to the Capital If desired Every attention and courtesy will be extended to Is alivuMvitb vermin bay cockroaches ladies without eseoits Choice ol routes returning mosquitoes and does The streets are between Richmond and Clifton Forge will be given wider than in the older part of Havana enabling those who desire to visit Iychburg Nat and will admit two carriages abreast ural Bridge and other points of interest Thoy are swept once a day by hand and Sleeping car rates will be f 4 00 lor berth Louisville to Old Point to be occupied by one or two are kept cleau The soil under tho city persons and application for sleeping car space furnishes n good natural drainage Tho should be made at once to W A Wiigus S I A blows strong and fresh and llopklnsville Ky For further particulars address trade wind through tho harbor runs a stream of sea St L Railway as above or call on agent L II water at u speed of not less than throe YANKEE INGENUITY miles an hour With these conditions no contagious diseases if properly taken How Canby Soared Enemies With Woodcare of could exist en Cannon There are several small suburbs with- Â¬ out the walled city and the total popu- Â¬ From the New Orleans Times Democrat A Confederate veteran who fought at lation was estimated at 30000 in 1800 Fort Blakely read the other day of the There is but little manufacturing and dummy guns used by the Spauiards that of small Importance The Standard around Santiago de Cuba to humbug the Oil Company has a small refinery and there is nn electric light plant The American troops climate is warm and except for three Ah said he that reminds me of old limes It also rominds me that months agreeable There are sudden Â¬ wooden guns have been known to serve changes and much lung trouble especially among the natives betUr purposes than making believe Ponce is the second city of importance Wooden guns did deadly work before Fort Blakely The Yankees fixed them It is situated on the south coast about up and thuy shot just as well as if they two miles from seaboard and has a pop- Â¬ It is the had been manufactured of iron The ulation of about 15OoO opposing lines were 600 yards apart residence of the military commander The Confederates were behind the walls and the seat of an official Chamber Of of the fort aud the federals were strong- Â¬ Commerce There is a Catholic church and the only Protestant church in the ly Intrenched Gen Canby the Yankee commander Spanish West Indies The inhabitants was without artillery What did he do are principally occupied in mercantile of manufacture 100 mortors from black pursuits Its seaport is Playa a town but 5000 inhabitants whore vessels of 25 gum trees 11 lack gum trees grew every where In the vicinity He bored them feet draft can be accommodated in the out put iron bands arouud tlieru aud harbor This is said to bo the healthiest fired 8 inch shells furnished by Farra spot on the island Majagurz the third city Is situated in guts fleet The lines were so close that the west part facing Alona Channel light charges sufficed and the xtempor Â¬ aaeou weapons did all that was asked There are threo manufactories of choco late for local consumption Sugar coffee of them oranges pineapples and cocoauuts are Yellow Jaundice Cured exported largely all except coflee Suffering humanity should be supplied principally to the United States Of with every means possible for its relief sugar the muscovado goes to the United It is with pleasure we publish the fol States and the centrifugal to Spain lowing This is to certify that I was a Mayaguez is the second port for coffee terrible sufferer from Yellow Jaundice the average aunual export being 170000 About 50000 bags of for over six months and was treated by hundredweights of the best physlelans in our city flour aro imported into this port every BOe and ill to no avail Dr Deli our drug Â¬ year from the United States The popu gist recommended Electric Bitters and lation is nearly 20000 the majority after taking two bottles I was entirely white The climate is excellent never exceeding 00 degrees Fahrenheit r cured I now take great pleasure in Aguadilla in the northwest portion of reeoauaeiidiug them to any persou Bull In the ering from this terrible malady I am the lslaud has 5000 inhabitants gratefully yours M A Hogarty Lex Â¬ town are three establishments for pre- Â¬ paring coffee for exportation The cli ington Ky mat is hot but healthy druggists Seld by Short Haynes Arecibo with 7000 Inhabitants Is sit- Â¬ A Hatbands Refmaf uated on the north coast The harbor Is i After the day on which Bismarck was poor being nothing more than an open hot at May 7 1800 by Karl Blind his roadstead Goods are conveyed on tne wife said If I were in heaven aud river lo and from the town in flit saw the vllUla standing on the top of a bottomed boats with the aid of loug UtkUr leading down to hell I would have poles At the bar of the river every thing is again transferred into lighters bo hstitatioB in givUg him a push Hwti my dear replied Blstaaick and thence o vessels you would not be in heaven yourself Fajardo has a population of 8770 The with wteh thought as those town is about one and one qtwrwr miles frbtn the bay The oaly Important In Â¬ dustry of the district is the manufacture I of muscovado sugar BttooJcs hickory hoops pitta boards aad provWons coma and Okilirea Ifaati from tb UiUUd Ptetw U eoawldrbl Hiyi JUwijft Nufht quantities Butjavr and molasses ar Tlu KM Y ex ported and occasionally tortoise shell tb I The climate k Uutperate aad healthy of ia a twns ttJDQa taruMUmU Mamabo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Tho capital of tho department Humacao is nine miles distant and ban 4000 inhabitantsthe district comprising moro than 15000 Arroyo Isnseanortof 1200 Inhabitants The aunual exports to tho United States avurng 7000 to 10000 hogsheads of sugar 2000 to 5000 casks of molasses nud fifty to 150 casks and barrels of bay rum You Invite disappointment when you experiment De Witts Little Early Hiseis aro pleasant easy thorough little pills They cure constipation and sick head Â¬ ache Just us sure us you take them Short Haynes OLD GREENBACK An Life was a Burden Koarly Distracted Doctors aud Modlclno Fulled CUltED BY TWO BOTTLES A WW GEO YEAKEL - COS 10c WSJl 4 0 198 50 Tow Linen Suits nicely made good thing for hot weather Sizes 34 to 43 5c 75 pes Lawns Organ Â¬ dies Crepe Mulls were sold at 10c and 15c as long as they last at above price 3c 100 pes Lawns and Worth 5c Ca lioe Come quick wont last long 25 pairs Hartshorn shades com plete with fixtures Worth double the price window Interesting Relic That Recalled the War From WashinKlon IosU A o f Vi Wftftl VcrcrtX ClVtlrknnanrirl MA onurifTr rtmiinna UW liirrhnor mni OW V nrlnu w wa TV UIWU JW1414WW or UIKUVDU U1UI Irot LAAWW MnPlw wwwuw wuv nil vAAAWlv for our Specials from time to time Geo Yeakel Co Brandenburg Ky There was paid over the counter at the Treasury Department Monday a 10 bill of a kind I think few of us have ever seen It was worn completely through in places though it had been in the pos- Â¬ session of the man who presented it almost sinco its issue It bore in gold letters on its face tho words Compound interest treasury note It was issued December 30 1801 under the act of Congress of June 30 of that year and was numbered 400003 On the back was printed tho statement By act of Congress this note is a legal tondor for ton dollars but bears interest at per cent compounded evory six months though payable only at maturi- Â¬ ty as follows The as follows was a table showing tho worth of the uoto at six months intervals and the elaborate explanation concluded with 1104 shown in tho This sum will be paid to holder for princi Â¬ table pal and interest at maturity of note threo years from date The old man who presented it seemed surprised to learn that tho interest and the compounding of tho interest had ceased iu 1807 but he took his 1104 and departed contentedly The bill was an old wartime greeuback made interest-bearing in order to make it more ac- Â¬ ceptable to the people f jr money for war expenses didnt pour into the treas- Â¬ ury in those days as it does now DtrKKinK N Y May 8 1801 Dr M M Fenotib Fredonla N Y Dear Sir I was bilious and nervous and my llfo became a burden to mo Lost aipctlto and strength and had tcrrlblo headaches both nervous and bilious Doctors and remedies had failed to bene Â¬ fit and I was nearly distracted Finally 2 bottles of your Dlood and Liver Itomedy and Nervo Tonic complete- Â¬ ly restored mo I thank you for making It posslblo to power for good a remedy of frocura I owo my suchto IU llfo V Q Babbage I Will Act as g SEND US 1 i Administrator I Guardian I Assignee Etc I Twenty Years Ex CHARLES O MARTIN Prescription Pharmacist 30 TAGS Kent door above Payne A Cos Clove rpnrt PROGRESS OF THE SOUTH Her Wonderful Development Since the Civil Owensboro Greenville And 5 Cents in Postage I War A perieuce I Settling 1 and we will mail you Estates- Brilliant Future Before Her Hovering up 2 - that when suffer log from any kidney trouble that a safe sure remedy is Foloys Kidney Cute Guaranteed or money refunded A It Fisher Oloverport II A Shellman Stephensport Gordon Hay uoe Patesville W E Witt Hardlns Â¬ burg Yfi I U 1 1 0UKllt t0 know PRIVATE JOHN ALLEN What He Said 10 the Bird While Battle In I dont say I wont be frightened be said lapsing Into the soft Southern accent which gives a charm to his stories I was always pretty much scared up when I went into an engage Â¬ ment but I usually stayed it out I remember once mysef an a comrade was lyiu behind a nice pile of rails Gentlemen I have long remembered that as the handsomest pile of rails I ever noticed in the Southland It was comfortable aud it was picturesque Al- Â¬ though the bullets were whining over our heads and an occasional cannonball would go past with a rush an a roar a lark perched in the troe above us sang sweetjy My friend looked up to it choked with emotion Ah little bird he said ef I had yo wings I wouldnt be settiti round yere singtn Id be in good olo Mississippi befo night Chicago Times Herald Marvels of a Graphopbone One of tho wonders of the end of the century is the home Grapbophone that will reproduce any kind of music or any sound One can arrange a full program of the most attractive band orchestral or vocal music and vary It every evening On the Graphophoue one can record the human voice or any Bound and reproduce it at once You can keep the voices of your friends to be heard whenever you wish Graphophones made for home entertainment can be bought as low as 10 Write for catalogue 30 to the Columbia Phonookahi Co No 010 Pennsylvania Ave Washington D 0 FEARFUL FORCES Possessed by Projectiles Fired From Yankee Guns The Spanish battle ship Pelayo is incased in a foot and a half of steel but Dewey could probably sink her with the flag ship Oiympia and her eight inch shells It ii the experience of the navy in this war that the penetrative power of even the six inch shell makes it a dangerous projectile for armored ships The force of the shells driven by high explosives Is enormous Of course the suddenness of the impact bos something to do with the result of the shot It is possible by sudden pressure to Imprint the outlines of leaves and grasses on hardened copper plates Some of the medium shulls filed by our fltet at San Â¬ tiago passed entirely through the armor- Â¬ ed hulls of the Spanish ships A stubborn cough or tickling in the throat yields to One Minute Cough Cure Harmless in effect touches the right spot reliablo and just what is wanted It acts at once Short Haynes HEAVIEST ENGINE A pamphlet entitled Facts About the prepared by tho editor of the South Manufactures Record gives a highly encouraging view of the industrial devel- Â¬ opment ol the Southern States In I860 the uesessed value of property in the South was 5280000000 In spite of the enormous losses of the Civil war the 00 yaluo In 1880 had increased to 000000 and to 11400000000 in 1800 The Southern investment in agricultural interests in 1890 was 3182000000 and the farm products in the samo year amounted to 773000000 a gross rev- Â¬ enue upon tho capital of -- i per cent or about double tho parcentago of farming iu the other sections of tho country Furm products iu tho South average 718 per acre and lu other Btates UN7 per acre Grain production in the South The In w5 was valued at 201072823 present annual value of Southern agri- Â¬ cultural products is placed at 030000 000 In spite of tho decrease iu the price of cotton the farmers of the South receivo for thoir crops 150000000 a year more than in 1800 Tilling the soil in tho South la clearly a hopeful busi- Â¬ ness and such it ought to be when the advantages of climate soil advanced settlement and transportation are kept in mind Before the war tho South was devoted almost exclusively to agriculture But the new era at hand includes diversified industries The 257244501 invested in Sothern manufacturing in 1880 expand Â¬ ed within tho next ten years to 059008 817 aud the value of manufactured pro- Â¬ ducts from 467454777 in 1880 to 017 Manufacturing coarse 580045 in 1800 cotton goods is now a Southern rather than a Northern business Southern coal and pig iron aro destined to play an important part in the worlds affairs West Virginias coal fields alone are larger than those of Great Brltian It is estimated that the Southern products of mines and manufactures amounted in 1800 to 1200000000 which added to tho crops makes an aggregate for a single year of 2100000000 Since 1880 over 20000 miles of new railroad have been built in the South In addition is to be reckoned a vast store of national wealth such as standing timber One half of all remaining in tho United States is in the South Tho mining resources of that section ate mainly untouched and their future development will doubtless go beyoud the largest estimates that have been made Whatever may be the value of the new possessions soon to bs added to this country the South can raoie than match Our Southern them area for area state- - in fact aro hardly equaled in any part of tho world when a comparison is mado as to natures bounties Tho goni al climate Just falls short of the tropical the rivers are magnificent the are mountains clothed with the flneet trees and full of rich minerals tho soil is highly fertile seaports are convenient atong an exteuded coast line cities towns and villages are numbered by hundreds and much of the society dates back to colonial days The South is new iu resources but long settled and Btable in population It is among earths gar Â¬ den spots Ouoof its troubles has been a form of political and social Isolation But this is giving away The- - future of the South is bright and broad minded local government will add to the pros Â¬ perity reflected in the figures of tho cen- Â¬ sus tables and in current industrial statistics Â¬ I All Legal Matters Given Prompt I Attention k s A Nice Cap FREE NO ADVERTISEMENT ON IT CSXS 95 Websters International Dictionary Successor of the Unabridged The Ono Great Standard Authority hovtiicb non ii i iirewer oinuuu un oiiiireiiia vuuih of the This Offer Ceases September 1st 1898 t H Govt Printing 8 iitpmue OitUetlie our i nn me tMaitj jmi prtiiitourUnnloftiettr ly nil tho School lotk Btaudard Warmly THE I Trade br tnW HiiiKrnUmns nf h hiMilii f nlleiH 1 iymI oVnU Hnlthp r d urn tori luuioct ltliout number In the houielioUlniK to tltt Iffii her nlnr iriv irMionui num una Coimiiciidecl 1 Xulunfile t a 6C 9 J f bpctlmrn jxijcs cnt on application to C IMcrrf mil Co lMibllHlierH Hprliixfleld MnwH buying mall io called Dictionaries0 All nnthfntln etliuntor iii I OWE R I NSt t CAIJTIONi Websters t tiiriiltfmenM ii norbedceTvedln I O Mk LEADING GREENVLL TOBAGCO tlon- of U Infer InternAlloiinl ry iu tin Miiioi 4 mIzm lKir our trmlo mark on 5 tliofroitl row rusblmw iilniliocuti OE THE WORLD 0 rS I SW ALAOLMK yixww I I r6H liWm VpKTkxary I fentNTOOll 0 B Vntrowtiy r rwxwvooooooooo BANK or WILL MILLER Vice President M II BEAUD CashlHr MORRIS KSKRIDOK R M JOLLY INTEREST PAID Director J ON Gilmore Bros Company INCORPORA TED B F BEAIID President Owensboro 7Q46 Kentucky taoa TIME DEPOSITS LOGAN COLLEGE KY Safety Comfort One of the Best Buildings in the State Well equipped Faculty from tho great schools of this country aud Europe Louisvilio aad Bvansville RUSSELVILLE A G MURPHY President Packet Line Fait Mall Lint lletween iil Louisville and Evansville STEAMERS WANTED RtllTS miooo PANTS Agent or Branch Manager In every city or town SALARY Made J or COMMISSION1 313 317w5thst CINCINNATI O E G RAGON F M HIINTFR TAN ORING M aa iBiivi wv Ryan Master V A Bishop Parser TAEASCON D L Fenny Master L T Conner Parser IJ Fit Guaranteed nnd cur- menta kept In repair I ior one year tjiiiiuU n4 Samples and self measures blanks sent by mail 300 TO 500 vnn roaoonr n to V a w- TELL CITY R II Ballard Master W B Newbell Paner P D STAGGSe Dally cxeept Saturday between Loulivlllt and New Amsterdam Freight shipped by this llnedellrered quick Â¬ er than by rail Trarelers will find tho steamers are noior pasted In equipment and accommodations Tba bait culinary are employed as cooki and he menu In equal to that of the bwt hoteli Osneral offloei ITS and 1T8 4th Arenue Loulirllle W W IIITB D PKNNY Sapt Pies O V WlujAMfl T P A Owflnaboro Ky PROPOSALS FOR BIDS In- Â¬ t An Opportunity For vestors A I am ready to receive bids on pas valuation 100 10 The Slant Railway Machine of the British ItJM CASTOR A It Brt XM Much interest was centered iu the trial tilps at Grauthatu of what is asserted to be the heaviest railway engine in the British Isles It has been mads for the Great Northern Co at their Doaeaatvr work It baa tea wheel faur belag On coupled with driving wheels of six feet SNveJt inches and weijbe 100 tons With IU leader it tiw a total leisgth of 19 The Most Fatal Disease It is generally kuown that more adults die of kidney trouble thau of auy other disease When tho first symptoms of this disease appear no time should be lost in taking Foleys Kidney Cure which Is guaranteed or mosey refunded A K Fisher Oloverport S A Shell Haynes raau Stephensport Gordoa Patevilla E A Witt Ilardlnsburg J HHunsche I am roady to receivo bids on tha shares of Brcckonridgo Bank stock ontiro etoqk of dry goods groceries The TAILOR Will be in Clovex port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month witK belonging to eto Â¬ and also a lease on tho sloro the estato of Robort Tobin deceas building of the firm of Tobin ed and will keop this oiler open Groves bids to bo closed SpUm- - until September 1st when all bids ber 1st close purchasers t Will givo liberal terms to Minute Cough Cure cure Ttva I what It w made far C II HYDE Q K GROVES aiuryivittf PttriaMr yank a pcpsiN YRUPINDIOKaTION II iURKS ok Casper May aunrxLToir m d A Co AdmiwiUor of Will Annexed TobinspoH Ind Tobiniport Iud in nmmi m1 4 K THE News 1898 BR3KlNRIEaEL NELWS OLOVIFORT KY B jjisn r Breckenridge i 1 WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 CHENAULT Threshers aro doing well here Italu would do the corn qui to a little good The Mioses Cadey of Louisville are visiting Miss Bees Cunningham Misses Mary and Graco Allenof Louis vlllo were the guests of Mioses Mosley Tuesday Guy llurche is spending a few days at Guy is a great lover of the home country Miss Graco Allen has gona to Home Ind to visit her aunt Mrs J II Groves Better watch your watermelons if you dont you will not oven have vines to show for your work Miss Eunice Crosson ot Cloverport is tho guest of Miss Zelpha Frymire Eunice is a groat favorite Prof Eugene Gilliland returned home Monday after sponding a few days with his cousin Miss Kate Allen Wonder who it was drove up to Mr A S Aliens home last week with a line Someone driving for his double rig health I suppose Bro CiindilT will hold a meeting at the M E church South begining Aug 8 and continuing until the second Sun Â¬ day All are invited to attend Quito a number from this place at Â¬ tended the picnic at Andy ville Saturday among whom were Misses Dora Fry mire Eunice Crosson Etta Muy Fry mire Kate and Mary Allen Rosa Mary Burch Grace Allen Mollle Stallman Zelpha and Pearl Frymire Messrs Eugene Gilliland Forest Frymire Ed- Â¬ ward Stallman Will Frymire Guy Burch John Frymire and Richard Stall man All reported a grand time DeWitts Witch Hazsl Salve has the largest sale of any Salvo in the world This fact and its merit lias led dishonest people to attempt to counterfeit it Look out for the man who attempts to deceive you when you call for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve the great pilo euro Short 5c Haynis WON THE DINNER A Good Story of Scotlands Poet Favorite There is a story told of Robert Bun s in his youth says the Newcastle Eng- Â¬ land Weekly Chronicle BurnB was living in the town of Ayr and though still yonng had attained more than a local reputation as a poet One day lie was passing through the main street of the town and saw two strangers sitting With idle nt one of the inn windows curiosity ho Btopped to look at them Seeing him and thinking that the rustic might afford thorn some amusement while waiting the strangers called him in and asked him to dine with them Burns readily accepted the invitation and proved a merry entertaining guest When dinner was nearly finished the strangers suggested that each should try his hand at yerse making and that the one who failod to write a rhyme should pay forlthe dinner They felt secure in the challenge believing that their rustic guest would pay for the meal The rhymes were written and Burns read 1 Johnny Peep saw the following two sheep two sheep saw me Half a erown apiece will pay for their fleece The and I Johnny Peep go free strangers astonishment was great and Wlio are you they both exclaimed You must be Robbie Burns 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 praiBe of its morita as well sb Its great popularity with the poople In 10c trial size and also in GOc and SI 00 sizes of Chas C Martin Passing of the Aborigines At the close of the last century there were supposed lo be 1000000 aborigines in Australia There aro now less than 100000 and among them are still some cannibals r Mothers Tux discom Â¬ of child birth can be almost en- Â¬ tirely avoided Wine of Cardial and wwr r 4HM relieves ex ers Â¬ MvVkLmlsB pectant moth Â¬ tonetothegen iUlorgansand duU them in condition to do their work perfectly That makes preg aanegr less painful shortens birth It gives womau chili bear strong healthy children labcsr and hastens recovery after It helps tfineiudui thousands of homes barren for years A few doses often brings Joy to loving hearts that long for a darling baby No woman should neglect to try it for this trouble It cures nine cases out of ten All druggists sell Wins ot Urdus floo per bottle For advice In cum requlrinr special directions address glrlrr symptoms jte Udlss Advisory Department has also broaght happiness to The CMuawe aeocTaa Msdtcis Ca CJttt HHI0VHAIUU sf JsaVtM W4 twii When I first tok WlBt of ClrduJ bid beta BurrUd three VUM but fcta MM sot fctvs aajr fetUreia uim I had a fist W skjr UJtt nothing bnt somo scraps of iron and timbers to tell the tale It is not necessary however to hit a ship to sink It for should the projcctllo strike anywhoro near it tho concussion is so great that tho ship would bo Mink Can also shoot smaller charges mid n much gun Is Ilrtd by Brcckcn ridge Boy Doing Duty greater distance as The concussion from the compressed air gunpowder would explode tho nytrrgly at Ft Hancock cerlno The air is pumped into the gun NY to a great pressure and by simply pull Â¬ ing a lever the air is released and sends He Tells of The Dally Round of tho earth quake on its errand of des- Â¬ truction Qarrlson Life Have tempted to briefly describe a few only of tho curiosities which have HOW BATTERIES ARE A1ANNED become part of my life so to speak So with these meagre descriptions will close wishing success to the News Ft Hancock N Y July 24 18 R H McGkiiks Â¬ Dear Editor Have contemplated writ Oih Artillery Battery M ing a short article on some ot my experi- Â¬ of the curiosities which ences and some When You Take Your Vacation I havo seen thinking that it might be of the most necessary article to havo with interest to some of the readers of the you after your pocket book is a bottle News of Foleys Colic Curo It is an absolute To begin at tho beglnnlg will go back to prevention or cure of all derangements the recruiting office at Chicago where I of tho bowels caused by a chango ot watenlisted the 14th day of April and the er You aro likely to neod it A R next day boarded the train and raa soon Fisher Cloverport Gordon Haynes speeding over the Erie Rail road enroute Patesvllle R A Shellman Stephens to Ft Hamilton N Y where I was port E A Witt Hardlnsburg destined to begin Bervlce for Uncle Sam as a private soldier In the panorama of views that flew by on the trip there is one which struck mo very favorably and carried me back in my imagination This to the beautiful in Kentucky scene was in Pennsylvania There were Is New Port News Compared to fie samo billa covered with blue grass with rocks protruding from the sido or Chickamauga lying scattered around over the ground There were the sink holes with ground Roy Heyser Writes Entertainingly of His hogs sitting on the edge ready to dlsap Trip to the Sea pear at the first alarm There wero the farm houses surrounded by the outer buildings and indeed everything which SOME AMENITIES OF ARMY LIFE goes to make up au ideal Kentucky homo but soon this view was passed and Newport Nbws July 30 1818 Dbau we emerge into the more mountainous Mother Wo arrived here yesterday portion of the state For miles we run all O K This is certainly a delightful parallell with tho Erie canal which is place I hopo we will stay here for at noted for its length and after a tiresome least two weeks but we aro liable to stay ride of twenty nine hours it is quite a here for only a few days hs I understand relief to hear the brakemau shout all thoro are transports In tho bay waiting out for Jersey City for us and wo uro apt to leavo hero Tues Having arrived at Ft Hamilton I was day or Wednesday Our camp is on the assigned to battery M of the 0th artillery bank of the James river and it is simply which is one of the two new regiments a lovely riyer it is about eight miles that wero formed on the eve of the war wide here Wo certainly enjoy tho Our regiment is scattered to all parts ot bathing I went in yesterday and walked tho country Three batteries at Ft Mc out about a mile and got some oysters Henry two at Santiago one ut Ft Wads They are fine to take them out of the worth two on the way to Manilla and sholl I have been down town once one at Ft Hancock The latter battery There are some pretty houses here The M to which I belong ha cliargo of the people here aro very nice to us they twelve inch motor battery and also dyna have tubs of ice mater out on the streets mite guus for us and some of the boys are tolling Our battery 1b divided into detach- - that they have asked several of them in monts of twelve men ten cannoneers a to eat gunner and the chief of the detachment I never will forget my trip from Twelve is the number required to man Chickamauga Park up here We passed our gun through Tennessee North Carolina and I belong to the second detachment Virginia We went direct through all under command of Sergeant Hood My three of there states and in North CaroÂ¬ battery number 1b 32 and detachment lina these are some of the grandest number 0 We drill three hours a day mountains I ever saw We came over from 7 a in to 8 and from I to 11 and in the Southern Railway We went over the afternoon wo clean the motors which one mountain that by rail road from top takes about au hour At the present we to bottom is twelve miles long and by drill the first hour alternately on the dirt road is five and one half miles to motors and with rifles We have the top We could see as we came down latest improved Krag Joigenson rilles the rail road in six different places We They are slightly inferior to the Mausers would look away down below us aud used by the Spaniards see a rail road and wonder if we were on There is a rumor that we are going to that same road and in a few minutes we Porto Ricobut we have been disappoint would be down on that track and look ed so often that we no longer credit above and see the track we just came rumors and when the order comes to down from We passed through several move and we are on the boat and actual- Â¬ big towns Nashville Tenn Athvillf ly Bteamlng out to sea then I will N O Richmond Va etc Chespcake believe we aro going to get our desire Bay is only seven or eitght miles fom Ft Hamilton our former post is a here Hampton Roads and Old Point much more beautiful p ace than this Comfort both are near here I certainly The de- Â¬ never will forget this trip but not as strongly fortified fences thore consist of bIx eight and ten The first Kentucky is here also 1 saw inch guns and just across the bay which Henry Moorman and Victor Bowmer is very narrow at that place is Ft Wods yesterday they were both looking well worth bristling with cannon Should a Before we left Chickamauga Parkthey vessel succeed in getting past this place marched us about seven miles to take and escaping the mines in the habor the train and we had all of our stuff on which is very improbable as there is or our backs and to weigh it it would was only a narrow tortuous channel amounted to abonl seventy five pounds through them L ut of late since Cervera and when we got there 1 was a little sick met with such disastrous tate some of caused from drinking too rauca water them have been taken up and it would and it being so warm but today lam be a brave man who would attempt it feeling like a fighting cock Well I without a pilot who was familiar with it guess I have written about all the news it would be riddled with shells which Your loving son would bo fired from both forts faster at Rov Heyser such short range and aimed by the best gunners in the world that the result can SAVED OUR LIFE be easily foretold Although our metropolis seems expos- Â¬ ed it would be by nothing short of a Do Not Neglect the Kidneys and miracle that a vessel could get within Bladder range of it and menacingly aim her guns Disorder of these important organs at the tall buildings at Cervera once playfully did from his proud flag ship causes Brights disease rheumatism pain Vizcaya the wreck of which now lies intho back dropsy and other troubles rocking ou the Southern coast of Cuba Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your The defuncts on Sandy Hook consist kidneys and bladder before you reallzo of six ten inch guns two of which are that anything serious is the matter operated by hydraulic power and electri- Â¬ Often these organs are neglected until city combined two twelve inch and we that awful malady Brights disease has can hear the rattle of machinery as they fastened upon you and death awaits its Many miraculous cures have are working on fortifications for two victim more ten inch guns Then tbero are the been wrought by a course of treatment six inch rapid fire guns and last but not with Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These lout the dynamite guns and also the tablets are put up in the shape of a kid Â¬ twelve inch motors sixteen in number ney bean and the formula has been pro The motors throw a projectile weighing nounced by the best physicians of mod- Â¬ ing 1000 pounds the distance of six ern times to be the most direct iu action miles and aro especially designed to reach on the kidneys of any remedy known to the deck ol a ship which is the least pro Â¬ medical science You can eat theso tab Â¬ tected part but of all the engines of des Â¬ lets as you would candy Send for free truction none equals the dynamite guns booklet ou kidney diseases Sold by all The two here thoss at the Presidio druggists or seut ou receipt of price which guard the entrance to the Golden 60 cents and 1 Dr N O Davis City and those on the battleship Vesuvi- Â¬ Frankfort Ind us are the only ones in the worlds It was these that sent terror to the hearts Blinaroks Cashier of the Spaniards down at Santiago when Bismarck was showing a friend round the Vesuvius would make her evening his house some time ago and as he trip to the mouth ot the harbor and dis Â¬ laughingly pointed to the ponderous and charge three of her dynlmite guns at the forbidding iron safe in his wifes bed Â¬ town and fortifications The Spaniards room he said You see my wife acts were terrified at the gun that shot as my cashier and let me tell you that a earth quakes They are a clumsy look- Â¬ man who trusts his wife with his finan Â¬ ing machine but can hurl a projectile cial interests has discovered an infallible containing 600 pounds of nltro glycerine way to save money one and one half miles and bo arrange that on striking anything it I sure to When yop call for DeWitts Witch explode There Is a combination fuw Hasel Salve the great pile eare dont and so arranged that It mattem sot how accept anything eke Dont be talked or what It strikes It k sura to be Ird into aeeapUng a substitute for pMea for Should it strike a ship tim would b sores for buraa Short A Hay HANDLES floating HAILED SHOT m GUNS ANDSHELL Awful A Beautiful 0S W Wmhlnjion RY Trains leave Louisville M follows S W nAIUVAY Clndnaatt and th St Lonlt and the West t No if No to No 1 6 Lv loulvli Jsam Ssjam 24ana Ar Cincinnati 643am 1155am tiffin Ar Columbus n 15am 555pm uojpm S tjpm Ar lltttburg 7 ssafci O B East Slaughter in the Battle of Santiago Goes Present towwi HVfUfSI OCOOHK Cloverport Bay Through It all Un- Â¬ harmed SUFFERED HUNGER It THE TRENCHES wTOWKflWi re On Monday of last week the hearts of FREE for a few month to all users of tfce celebrated ELASTIC STARCH Flat Ire Brand To induce you to try this brand of starchso that you may find out for yourself that all claims for its superiority and econ omy are true the makers have had prepared at great expense a series of Â¬ LIKE PARADISE Â¬ Â¬ an invalid mother and an aged father were made joyous by tho receipt of a leUerfrom their soldier son whom they feared was jlead or sick at Santiago da Cuba dally The mother and fathor wore Mr and exact reproductions of the 10000 originals by Muville which will be given Cnarlestowii accommodation leaves at 3 30 p ni except Sunday Mrs Uh tclf Farber and to say that- - thoy you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below Trains Nos ift so and 44 have elegant day eeadtes were overjoyed on hearing from tholr Pullman psrlor and sleeping cars to St LmjfUt These Plaques are 40 inches In circumference are free of any suggestion of TRAINS AltrtlVE boy puts it mild No advertising whatever and will ornament the most elegant apartment From East 7 s a m is 15 noon 64s p as The letter was written on a soiled and manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its is 3 a m 310 am worn envelope in pencil at Santiago de Prom Weit 7 at a m is 15 p m 6 40 p m customers They are not for cale at any price and can be obtained only In City Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and Cuba July 10 and is as follows The subjects are the manner specified Main streets Depot Seventh and river DkAr Mother No doubt you will American Pheasant American Wild Ducks For detail information regarding rates time on connecting Imes sleeping parlor dining csrs etc be surprised at hearing from me I am English Snipe English Quail II S BHOWN address still living and hope I can continue to O S W Ky Ticket Agent It DUtrkt Pass The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life Each 4th and Wain Louisville Ky I have had some hard times since I left Plaque is bordered with a band of gold or J M CHESSBROUOH the States I have already participated General Pat icngrr Agent Cincinnati Ohio O n WAKPKL Assistant in three battles in each of which I was Oeneral Patsenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio ELASTIC STARCH How under fire continuously I was with General Bales division and as you can has been the standard for 35 years All purchasers ot three 10 cent or see in the papers I passed through a six Scent packages or Elastlo Starch TWENTY TWO MILLION Flat Iron Brand are entitled to reÂ¬ baptism of flro Everything is quiet here ceive from their grocer one of these packages of this brand were sold beautiful Oasne Plaoes free Tbe now the entire province of Santiago plaques will not bo sent by mall good it is last year Thats how having surrendered giving us 23000 They can bo obtained only from your Co LoiiilI HesdirsoD Si Lcuii rroeer ASK YOUR DEALER prisoners This I am satisfied is the Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch to show you the plaques and tell hardest blow that will haye been struck Do not delay This oiler Accept you about Elastic Starch to Spain and I look to see her give up Tins Card la Effect Juse 20 97 is for a short time only no substitute the struggle East Hound No 4s No 44 No 46 We marched twelve miles through Lv St Louis 766am 8 55pm mud and jungle to re in force tho Twenty Kvansville 6Mim 220pm 2aam Henderson 7 15 310 246 1 Fifth infantry in the fight of July We bpotttvillc 788 37 326 Owentboro started into the battle at eloven oclock 400 344 818 SHOULD Hawesrille 450 440 917 and fought until C when wo got supper Cloverport S10 503 945 Stephensport 1007 622 626 after which we marched all night to re- Â¬ Irvington 1045 603 667 lirandenburg 1112 inforce the left tUnk of Bates division 621 617 Because it is placed here by the ArrLoaitvflie 1235pm 745 730 We got there just in time as immedi- Â¬ NEW Y0RK DENTAL PARLORS West Bound No 4I No 43 No 45 ately upon our arrival tho Spaniards WW W I for tue benefit of the public that they may know with tho fury of demons threw them- Â¬ 823pm Louisville 70tm 460pm 9 Si M W where to go to get the best dental work at the very Lv lirandenburg 861 6W selves upon our lines and tried to break Iryington 043 962 915 lowest price mbIibb TFFTH 1021 Stephensport through aud roll us back 961 720 10 11 Cloverport 1036 739 We extract teetb 25 cents without pain HfTTHOUTFLATES We had one hour of terrific fighting Haweiviile 1068 1035 804 Make a rood set 01 artificial ice in lor 1135 Owentboro JJw 95 1148 The ball opened at 4 p m on Sunday 12 17pm 947 bpotlsvilie 1223am 75 Ifrndcrso 10 10 12 40 morning We were entrenched and did Teeth filled with gold and platinum alloy 1245 1 15 1 15 10 40 Evantvllle 50 Teeth filled with amalgam not get out until daylight when we had jbBbbbV ArrSU Louis 720 732 blLi i i 100 an all day fight that did not result very Teeth filled with pure gold and up A trains run throuzh Solid to Bvansvllle fatally to our forces and we had the best Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trains between St Louis Evamville and Louis- Â¬ A guarantee given with every fillingWe have been established in Louisville for over ten of it from start to finish Our artillery years Can give reference from best professional and business men in the city Remember the ville Numbers it and 42 connect at Irvington for Pordsville and Hardlnsburg dady except Sunday under Captain Capron would shell the H C MOllDUE A G P A Louisville Ky Spaniards out of their trenches and the New York Dental Parlors 542 Fourth Louisville Ky mm M y Make no mistake but get In the right place S43 Our system of making gold infantry men would do the rest The m cro71 and bridge vrorkorteethvrlthoutplatesisthebestknown to the profession day slaughter of the enemy was so terrifllc 3wiL Fcoplefrom abroad can come in themornlngandwearthelrnewteethhomesame Si L ily fordsvllle Brmb that our men left the protection of their L H trenches being ashamed to kid the I SI J TIME TABLE Hi 10 Spaniards it looking too much like mur- Â¬ RATES The cnotlcentrf Uu locate1 Hotel In Uucltu eZ9PCRtAY der TAKING EFFECT MAY JO 1867 I have always liked excitement but WestBoundTralns Bast Bound Train when the air is filled with a perfect bail I Dally Dally Daily Dally of shot and shell and the deadly Mauser ezSun exSun STATIONS ezSun exSur No 5 Nol No 2 I No bullet with its sibilant whistle hisses 10 60am Lv Irvington Ar 9 oOam through the air in the vicinity of your Garfield 1125 00 11 40 Harned 7 43 head it gets a little too swift and I cant 1147 Junction 737 say that I am dead struck on war 1165 Hardlnsburg 727 12 10pm 7 17 Junction The Fourth of July although it 12 25 Kirk 70S 1235 lolly marked a glorious victory was a blue 60 12 65 Olendeann 6 SO day for us We thought of the people Dempster 105 620 JOHNSON srFallsflougklv 606 I 120 JOUISYILLE KY in the States who were enjoying the 1 45 Dempster 6 44 lllllMIII llll Mil 165 good things of life feasting off the fat 5 38 Ilockvala fl 2 06 Ruth 6 SO of the land while wo were even shy of 215 Askius 6 26 230 Oaks 610 hard bread and bacon Mitchell 2 45pm ArKordtvillelv 5 06m I will never forget that Fourth We wero lying in the trenches with a fierce hot sun trying to bake us through and through Louisville HendersonSt Loals RyCa W S MILLER Jr Mgr Everything goes in war though and I take all its hardships and dangers philosophically knowing that all things will come right in the end I expect to be back in the states in Taking Effect less than a month Your son 1HHssBlllaH 6 W ssssissillllflilllllllllllllllWi Wm Farber At 630 oeltk A X SbiiV Kit 111117 Best House in Louisville GAME PLAQUES tlaliiinore I 3etra 7 50am 10 15am Philadelphia J 40 pm New York Is 3onn 5 ssstn Ar lloiton j copmt 9 ojpm Nrstn No 16 has elegant Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeeer and dining cars Cincmnstl to Wainlngton Baltimore Philadelphia and New Y6rk without chMge Train No IS has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room sad dlnlag cars Cincinnati to New York without change Tram No to has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 Oclock to receive passengers St Leuli Springfield aid Mil West No 16 No 44 No eo Lv Louisville ejjani Ssjam Ssopm Ar St Ixiult Isjoan 640pm 7 nam 8 40pm Ar Springfield 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m Ar Ar Ar Ar 650am It sosaa To Got Thim Henderson Route I J 11 J i lAHVO II nww HTERESr EU1T JS mMKf f 1 1 St ftL fxfe 5 WILLARD HOTEL Rates200 and 250 TIME SCHEDULE Wt Sound Traint Discovered By a Woman Another great discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this country Disease fastened his clutches upon her and for seven years sho with Â¬ stood its severest test but her vital or Â¬ gan were undermined and death seemed imminent For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for consump- Â¬ tion and was so much relieved ou tak Â¬ ing first dsse that sho slept all night aud with two bottles has been absolute- Â¬ ly cured Her name is Mrs Luther Lutz Thus writes W O Hamnick Co of Shelby N O Trial bottles free at Short Haynes Drug Store Regular size 60c and 1 Every bottle guaranteed The Costliest Crown This is worn by the Cur of Russia on state occasions It is surmounted by a cross formed of magnificent diamonds resting upon an immense uncut but polished ruby The ruby rests upon eleven large diamonds which in turn are sup- Â¬ ported by a mat of pearls Â¬ XaHBomuX 2a4M Mall A M0Pft nothing llko It for an evenings entertainment Other so callnd talking machines reproduce subjects specially only records of prepared In a laboratory but the Oraphophono On tho is not limited to such performances Oraphophono you can easily make and instantly reproduce records of the voice or any sound Thus It constantly awakens new interest and clear and brilliant IU charm Is ever fresh Tho reproductions aro Most fascinating Inven- Â¬ tion of tho nue Alwajs ready to entertain it requires no skill to oper- Â¬ ate It and reproduce tho musio of bands orches- Â¬ tras vocalists or liutm mental soloists There li If Its Worth Printing k Kxprs Kxprs 6 03 7 48 a Mall A STATIONS the Twice-a-Wee- Dally Dally 4t0pm 7 30am 637 6 40 6 48 663 600 609 618 626 9 33 8 8 8 8 Courier Journal Will Print It SowilltheDKECKENltlDQE NEWS and every Democrat every Ilepublican every man woman or child who can read will want to read It TlIETWICE AWEEKCOURlKnJOURNAl a Democratic paper of six or eight pages intied WeJnejJay and Saturday of each week The Wcdnctday issue prints all the clean news and the Saturday Issue prints stories 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Hasdlss old home once la a while I want to KriaksEte rttnew my subscription for three months EsUiMtH FuritlsfcMl Kit 1441 f imI at preesat and oblige Natirlal Mm J D Mkador tmw anteii tt 0ADVO3LX 1tMinmHmi within cheap and qyok aeew ot the entire Missouri and MiMttwipi Only Valleys at your own tltws Tiwfjijgk We hare made a special clubbing arrangement ticket beyotttl Omaha allow b4oj with the Courier Journal and wW send that paper and ours for the price oaawdloaM overa Udtted UMitnitie rats p our subscribers who will iw and py In ad Take the BwMqgiMa or to all new subscriber wlu wM pay In Omaha Vance advance f ml lm Bout tin old and eirtakttblMti Mm on application to tJtMtfjp Omaha Is to t AU wpwwww wm 444 Sa k aa n ajgSuflrlsteaju ub MHfI wQ foISS VatM reotioo For k 125 TwIce-a-W- -- al YRUP PCPBlN MECKRI OURKl OOMSnPATtOM1 1 mwatt KUtrr l THE BRELOKmNnroGEL NKW8 OJUOVHPORr KY tt Boils Afcrs Eureka FU and the quality far superior to the patt season II V Duncan has the boss vino of tomatoes so far seen On one stem there are five extra large tomatoes He does They were troftMed bm for a long time Urge and painful I tried man so called ntedle but nothing helped roe I wu eewpktol cared when by recomsiendatloa I iv druggist I seed SPLENDID PLANT Now PERSONAL MENTION Follx Elder wont to Louisville Sunday R N Hudson went to Louisville Fri Â¬ ORN QUT WOMEN women drudges Some willing some raymaakmkaJ not remember tho variety but says they are superior to any of his raising hereto- Â¬ Addison fore day Mrs F Hrsapi W N RICHARDSON Henry Slador eturned from an exten Â¬ sive tour through Hardin county Thurs Â¬ day His brother was defeated for the Flouring Plnnt tins a Capacity nomination for Jnllor of Hardin county Barrels Dally in tbe Democratic primaries by only a few votes Has a Roller Mill Modern Friday J Ferry went to Stephensport Most art are are Sorao Try em ofPlfty Mrs David Van Alstlne was in Louts llle last week Mrs W 11 Dowmer is visiting rela Â¬ unwilling BRECKENRIDGE WKDNKHDAY NEWS 10 1898 4 AUGU8 C Local Brevities Spectacles Short ilaynes The Ohio Btlll continues to rise Turnip need at Grogory Gibsons Head tbe News and youll live lone Queensware at Gregory Gibsons Business at the wharf is above the average Hovlous Behon is doing odds and enda at the depot Spectacles sclntlflcally fitted to your eyes Short ilaynes Bora to the wife of Wlnfleld Pato July 28 a fine boy Dewey Hobsou Straw hats are not yet oat of season Offer them at half price Snlzers Airs J 0 Jarboe is taking a vacation of a week with relatives at Skillman A large amount of wheat is being received dally for the local milling firm Use discretion Get spectacles from Lowest prices for best Short Ilaynes m Tho farmers in the vicinity of Addison attendod a plow trial at that point Wtd- nesday Tho machines entered were tho B F Ayery Sulky and turning plows The rial waa conducted by Manager Hulen and was not only large- Â¬ ly attended bat very successful Henry Dick of Addison was in the city Friday Honry came down from Addison in a brand new buggy that was decorated with American and Cuban flags The girls all admire Henry his buggy and if appearances are any criteri- Â¬ on hoia in for a good time this fall IN THE nOON Docs Prosperous Phillip Dick Do All His Planting Phillip Dick is one of the oldestos well 4 one of the thriftiest and most prosperous farmers ou German Ridge in Perry county Ind Mr Dick ia a firm believer in the theory that the moon has a great effect on things mundane He plants all his crops and does most all of hia work in the rise and light of the moon He raised twenty two bushels of wheat and the millers say that the gran is tiie best that ever came to market to the acre on hill land this year He always raises fine wheat In fact his product is so excellent that for thirty years the farmers have been going to him for seed Mr Dick 6rt8 that beet killed in tho goods liggtof the moan is always good tonder We have reduced prices on lawns so and will keep long while that killed in that ladies who bay them save money the dark of the moon will Boon taint and get spoiled He cites a number of inci- Â¬ Snlzers Bom to the wife of Carl Bonton Aug dents to prove his theory and says that the tides of the ocean contribute materi Â¬ t a handsome littlo girl Mary Elizabeth ally to the moons effect on crops and Porter Nothing is moro popular than the ice things cream and cooling drinks sold by Julius What Tommy Said Sipple Undo John Well what do you mean richest juicest and sweet- Â¬ The ripst est melons in the city are handled by to be when you get to be a man Littlo Tommy promptly A doctor Julius Sipple like pa Orville Polk son of Graham Polk Uncle John quizzically Indeed and Tobinroort Ind is atUlcted with bron- Â¬ which do you intend to up allopath chial trouble or a homoeopath The Cloverport Planning Mill launder Little Tommy I dont know what fall operation and they are away behind them awful big words mean Uncle with their orders John but that dont make no difference Sipples light bread graham bread and cause I aint goiu to be either of em Try Im just goin to be a family doctor an salt rising bread cannot ba beaten give all my patients Hoods Sarsaparilla the difierent varieties cause my pa says that If he is a doctor Those of you who are fond of sirups should try a quart can of the brand hes bilged to own up that HoodH Sarsaparilla is the best family medicine offered by Gregory Gibson ever saw in his life Dove shooting has already commenced he but sportsmen report that the birds are SPLENDID SUCCESS not unusually plentiful this year Save your bread tags thoso on United Fan Mill Plant May Be States bread one hundred entitles you Heysers Enlarged to a useful present at Sulzeis Conrad Sipple has purchased the Gus Landlord Heyser oi the Heyser house Brown property on the school house hill is meoting with gratifying success in his nd moved into the house Monday ex- Â¬ While the katydid slugs summer goods new venture He is working up an tensive trade in the Bearfoot Fan Mill are in season Buy now whilo they are and ills shop is kept busy turning out going at your own price at Sulzers machines to fill orders He received an There is an unusually large crop of order for ten machines one day last week grapes in this section this year and the and the industry has already grown to iruit is of a very fine flavor and growth such proportions that be is negotiating I have resumed the practice oft medi Â¬ for an engine to furnish motor power to cine Can be readily found or orders drivo the machinery with which lie in Â¬ left at Drugstores or Residence B T tends to equip the plant Rafferrjr P Walter Itledel who is an employe of the Ilendemon Route at the shops in thfe city is quite ill at his parents home in Holts Bottom Mrs J L Long and two children have returned to Prunkfort after spending several weeks with her mother Mrs Miner in Addison Harry Morrison fireman ou the Hen Â¬ derson Route had his foot mashed while at work last week He is now able to be out on crutches The colored school opened Monday Jrof Poynter and his assistant Miss Virginia Scott are conducting it this term Attendance 01 A well clothed foot la a thing of beauty Our line of Oxfords contains Moral wear many beautiful samples Oxfords cheap at Sutlers Gardner Agnew of Holt has four aeree of tobacco that is in splendid con Â¬ dition Mr Agntw says that worms are set botherisg the crop at all this year The picnic at Ball town Saturday was ia every particular a financial success The proprietors did ail that could be deqe to make those who attended spend aa wtjoyabje day L D Addisons steam threshing ma ehtee passed through the city the fore pH ei tbe week It has threshed MMObewhela of wheat this far and will oJom atewa for the season this week Mr James Esglaud of Tobineport brought Monday to inaiket a skill feet of water invlons The principal yttUig cultivated In that st ction is the Mto4 Drk Ice Rind Hu said the efj wns beyond everyones expectation Skiff Stealers Active great many people dwelling along A tho river bank who own skiffs are com Â¬ plaining of the depredations of the river pirates who are stealing boats and all other property they can lay their hands on G B Cunningham of Chenault had a valuable skiff stolen from him and was out lost week hunting for both hia property and tho thieves He went as far as Rockport but was unable to locate either tho boat or the pirates that stole it Will be Popular Orville Skillman teller of the Brecken ridg Bank is already one of the most popular young men in tho city but he bids fair to be the top notcher ere the month haa passed over his head He has purchased handsome naptha launch length twenty feet with five foot beam and capable of a speed of ten miles per hour It will be called the Marguerite and will have seating capacity for a dozn peisons Happy Event- The ice cream supper given by tbe A 0 U W lodga at their hall for the ben- Â¬ efit of the carpet fund Thursday night was a splendid success A large crowd was present and music and other amuse Â¬ ments served to pass the evening away in a very pleaaaut nauner friends Dr Watkins waa hastily summoned to Owensboro Sunday by the illness of bis mother Miss Sadie Birk one of Owensboros fairest daughters ia the g uest of Mrs F T Heyser Emit Nolte has returned home after an extended visit with friends and relatives at Louisville Mrs J p Brashear of Owensboro was Deafness Cannot be Cured a passenger on Monday evenlas train by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear for Louisville Misses Pearl Reed and Murril Rum Â¬ Tliero is only one way to cure Deafness mage of Owensboro are sojourning at and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi- Â¬ the Tar Springs Mr and Mrs William Hall of Web- Â¬ tion of tho mucous lining of the Eusta- Â¬ gets in Â¬ ster are enjoying the climate of the chian Tube When this tube flamed you have a rumbling sound or noted Tar Springs imperfect hearing and when it is entire Â¬ Dr Forrest Lightfoot a prominent ly closed Deafness is the result and un Â¬ physician of Hawesville was in the city less tho inflammation can be taken out Monday evening and this tube restored to its normal con- Â¬ Mrs Charles Mook of Louisville was dition hearing will be destroyed forever the guest Sunday aud Monday of Mr nine casea out of ten are caused by ca- Â¬ and Mrs Chas May tarrh which is nothing but an inflamed Mr and Mrs William Mullen and condition of tho mucous surfaces of Owensboro are spending two We will give One Hundred Dollars for family weeks at the Tar Springs any cose of Deafness caused by catarrh Mr J H Stltes has returned home that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh after a weeks stay with bis mother Mrs Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 John Stltes of Hopkinsville SSTSold by Druggists 75c MrB J B Randall who has been spending a portion of the summer in No Worms this Year The almost entire absence of tobacco Michigan has roturned home Frauk Board and Frank Mercer two worms is causing comment in all part8 society leaders wero of tbe county Bays the Hopkinsville of Hdrdinsburgs Kontuckiau It is said they were never vititors to the city Sunday evening knowu to bo so scarce One farmer who Rev T V Joiner went to Pbilpot last has 27 ncres Bays only two worms were week His son Eugene who had been found on his eutiro crop in worming it visiting relatives returned home with over last week Dr J D Olardy who him has been raising tobacco since 1850 says Miss Marion Bowmer returned home he bos never seen anything like the Fridav from Owensboro where she has scarcity of worms He has seen only been visiting friends for the past two three worms this year and not a single weeks y Miss Lulu Owen went to Louisville Of course this makes the farm work last Thursday She will be absent about much lighter and insures a fine crop of a month and will visit with friends and tobacco relatives Mr and Mrs Aris Warfield have re- Â¬ Truth wears well People have learn- Â¬ De Witts Little Early Risers are turned from a visit to Evansvllle and ed that reliable little pills for regulating the White Sulphur Wells They report a bowels curing constipation and sick pleasant outing 0 T Washer left Monday for Hawesheadache They dont gripe Short ville He is working in the interest of Ilaynes good roads and is exceedingly enthus- Â¬ Will Operate Plant iastic on the matter Although the apple crop is rather poor and Misses Rena Birk Owensboro this year L D Addison has made pre- Â¬ Ruth Sterrett Skillman will arrive in parations to operate his Iruit evaporator the city this week They will bo visitors at Addison this fall He experts to to the Misses Jarboe contract for enough fruit to give employ- Â¬ Squire James Bryant and Jack Trent ment to twenty five or thirty hands two of Meade countys prominent men during the fall were passengers on tho west bound train Saturday for Evansvllle -Captain James Honnen one of Haw esvilleu most enterprising and prosperous Arc your cheeks young men was in the city last Wednes Â¬ hollow and your day evening visiting frionds YOU Ups white Mrs Frank Fralz Miss Jennie War Is your appetite field this city and Misses Eula and and 1 di Lizzie Miller will form a party to Atlantic gestion weak Is City Boston and Cape May Â¬ Samuel Dicks flouring mill at Ad Â¬ dison was put in operation this week and is now grinding flour that is iqual to the best produced in tho Ohio valley The mill has been thoroughly overhauled and remodeled New machinery has been added and the capacity of tbe plant increased to fifty barrels of flour dally The machinery added includes a now swing Bitter equipped with scalping grading and flouring claws and a new stand of rolls The flouring machinery has b jen equipped throughout with new bolting cloths and the mill has beuu respouted to a new diagram It is a model plant in every reepect Tho work of remoduling the mill has been done by Burke Richards superin Â¬ tendent of the coustruction department of the Marmlon Nordyke Milling Company of Indianapolis Ind Mr Richards is ono of the most skill- Â¬ ful millwrights in the United States Ia an interview with the reporter iie said that Mr Dicks mill was now tho most thoroughly equipped of any of its size in the country and is capable of turning out a splendid quality of fljur The changes were made at great ex Â¬ pense but they are of a nature to place the plant where it can competo with the largest and best mills in the state The cleaning machinery is located on the top floor while on the second floor is located five Marmlon Nordyke flour dressers one swing sifter ono purifier and scourer On the first floor are four double stands of rolls a bran duster flour packer and corn mill Mr Dick has now a plant of which he may well be proud and the people of Addison possesa a mill that is equal to any In the state Tho brands produced are Dicks Best a superior high grade ilour and Our Navy a splendid second grade patent We bespeak for the mill a great measure oi success Â¬ tives at Powers Miss Mabel Canton vlilllng relatives is in Owensboro J W llPHiicliamp of Irvlngton speut tfiuiilny In the cily Austin lophain spent several days in Louisville Hi s week Miss Elizabeth Hall of Webster was a visitor to the city Sunday MIhh Fora Powell of Nashville Tenn is visiting the Misses Stltes Mrs Arthur Ford of Louisville was a visitor iu tho city Friday Mrs Chan May visited friends and relatives at Holts Friday Orville Skillman went to Holt Wed Â¬ nesday on a buslnesstrlp Mrs D V Wilson nud daugnter spent Sunday with relatives at Louisville Claim Agent Seven went to Stepnes port Monday on Important business Miss Emma Stltes who has been visit Â¬ ing in Louisvlllp has returned home Mrs William E Minor of Addison spentono day in the city with friends Mr James G Stephens of Addison was in the city Thursday on business Eugene Vest and mother Mrs Nannie Vest spent Sunday at the Tar Springs Itav Kelley and John P Haswell of Hardinsburg were in the city last week Mr Robt Thompson and wife nee Miss Allie Jones are at tho Tar Springs Dornall Dowden of Brandenburg vis ited bis Bister Mrs Oryille Gregory last week Mrs Wm Hofflues lelt for Owensboro Friday She will visit relatives and family Tholr routine is end- Â¬ less no matter how ill thoy feci they work Women never halt take caro of themselves Early decay and wrecked lives aboundmainly through neglect Every woman should have tho book called Health and Beauty which tho Medicino Co Columbus O will mail on request It tells women somo cosy things to do to protect health and all about tho for womens peculiar virtues ofPc-ru-n- a ills Miss Llzzlo Peters Mascoutah 111 writes lam perfectly cured of female weak- Â¬ ness by taking and Man-a-liI havo gained thirty seven pounds elnco I began taking My frleuds are wondering what makes mo look so bright and healthy I would llko to let tho world know what is a wonderful medicine Womans diseases ore mainly catarrh drives of the pelvio organs out every phase of catarrh Mrs Eliza Wlke No 120 Iron Street Akron O writes I would bo In my grave now If It had not been for your God sent remedy I was a broken down woman now I am well Pe-ru-Pe-ru-n Pe-ru-Pe-ru-Pc-ru-Pe-ru-- AM tPTw women drudge for somo for t x themselves their Everything is entitled to a fair trial If I no one ever tried water when he was thirsty what a great blessing would be missed I lit t tm- - Our Shoes i Buy a pair See kow really good they are how nice to look at a great comfort to tired true economy to tired pocket books Are worth a trial feet--wh- at t 4 t 1 1 1 SULZERS 4fl Inrlinc ATiccnc on1 fMii lrliiie 1 4 11 HAD A LEAD PIPE CINCH Blanford Nominated By Acclamation by Republicans Civil Service Law Ooebel Bill and Democratic Measures Scored OXFORDS AT CUT PRICES BRANCH OFFICE In the contest for the Republican nomination for congress at the district convention at Elizahethtown Wednes Â¬ day Hon Charles Blanford tho fiage of Bewloyville won hands down As he is one of the strongest men in his party in this district aud his opppo nonts did not have a ghost of a show When the balloting was annotmood Will be in Cloverport every Tuesday prepared to do all kinds cJ Dental 9brk bv cording to the mf deru ways as used by the best dentists in the woiit the vote of the first ballot stood lilau ford of nreckenridgecouutylJ7 Wed Â¬ ding of Ohio 27 Dyo of Larue 10 Offuitt of Marion 21J Proctor of Gray- Â¬ Member of the Buffalo Dental Parlors Co will locate permanently at Cloverport Branch Office son 10 Blanford was nominated on the first Gold Crowns ballot Max Howard of Marion moved Best Set of Upper or Lower that the vote be made unanimous which S 3 5 was done This is the most substantial The convention adopted resolutions Ialnleu Extraction lree whrn best sit wnf are ordrred using Air ins or siting a badly data tootlfi commending tho course of tiie national K OTYN administration Porcelain Tiie civil service law came In fur a A Good Set of Upper or Lower scoring R8 did the Goebel bill and the CROWNS prison commission law 5 Buffalo Dental Parlors MITCHELL HOTEL Cloverport Ky IV B KJDD D D J S S DR BENNETT TEETH to 1 TEETH 4 To Consumptives As an honest remedy Foleys Honey and Tar does not hold out false hopes in advanced stages but truthfully claims to give comfort and relief in the very worst cases and in early stages to effect a cure A R Fisher Clovorport R A Shell Ilaynes man Stephensport Gordon Patosville E A Witt Hardinsburg Extracting Free when orilcrid good set is Are a beautitul exchange for badlr decayed front teeHk Bridge Resetting Work TEETH Had fitting teeth can be inad 3 Per Tooth This is tlm latest method of re Â¬ placing teeth without waarlng a plate as good us new Special attention jrWen to resetting and we guarantee to give a perfect fit and satis iction 400 Are AAiftiAAjjft If ma 0 pr r3 Q a yu li Public Health dood The sanitary conditions iu Cloverport are uuusually good tliis year and to this act may be attributed the remarkably healthy condition of the community Tneru is but yery little sickness and the mortality rate has been yery low this year your flesh soft and have you lost in weight These are symptoms of anemia or poor blood They are Just as frequent in the summer as in the winter And you can be cured at one time just as well as another if j Remember the name when you buy 9 W Spendld Prospects L D AddlsoB of Addison is as good a farmer as he is business man and has one of the aoet productive farmer in the bottom One tract of laud of seventy five acre will produce sixty bushel of eorn to tbe acre of cod LjieJxJ oVHvtiMi vi William Beavla oaaie home Wedi day night from Het Springs Ark- - He there tone weeks for his health and said Um treatment received was la every way hwufsill certainly help you Almost everyone can take it and it will not disturb the wcakaat stom Â¬ ach tfe ligfet color el It chMg poor bleed to a fMaJthy and tick Met It aeerhhw tbe Wain i gtos phosphites wHI ewer to Ike mtvm Xtl DruaarkU K Emulsion thxt oil futth hypo Mag Scotts Mot cfciwhte New Yuk Mnudtl Is the very best investment you could make It is a plain business proposition you pay for a farm in Daviess county and you are on the sure road to prosperity Owensboro is the best market in West Â¬ ern Kentucky for tobacco wheat corn Matter Comnltilonere Nstloa sad potatoes and tho only market in the nagCKHNXivcg Circuit Court State for corn stalks which bring from 6 to 12 per acre delivered at the Cellu Â¬ J W IIamy Aign rialnilff la Kqulir lose Companys Factory You Can Depend On It Defendant you a good farm all the R R Piaaci We can sell that Foleys Colic Care isaa isetaet re way from 13 to 160 per acre and will All partonshavlug claims against the estate ol tltrce assigned ate requested to produce lief tot colic summer complaint cholera sell land any where in the county from 10 K cent cheaperthaa anyone elee the aarne properly proven to the undersigned Bterbiu diarrhoea bloody flax chrenla to 3 perfor our liet of Daviess County Mum Commissioner of Hreclenfidge Circuit Send diarrhoea cholera Inkatuw bilious Fame Court at Ma oOlce In Hardinsburg Kyon or be eollc painters colla aad all bowel cow foro tketoth day ol rieptemUr iM This the 3th day of July 1I0S plaiale iA RFieberOleveipotti If A Out IUowM M C SbeltW gtepUeaeport GontM A Hay TMfd M viU HanUa E A W On MrHMte Cough Cure curat OWBKMOftO KBWUCKY Mug Tin U wtwtt H wm bmmU lot 1 Mr and Mrs Frank Hall Miss Eliza betli Hall and Ether Hall left Mouday for tho Tar Springs They will spend a week at the noted waterlug resort Mr and Mrs Reuben Roland of Clark of 0 wens- Paducab and Mrs boro arrived in the city Monday They are the guests of Oapt ami Mrs J II Rowland Miss Mary Lewis of Brandenburg who is visiting in Hardinsburg waa in tho city Friday evening accompanied by Frank Mercer Miss La wis is one of Meades attractive and beautiful daugh- Â¬ ters Delicate Surgical Operation James Keith who had his eyes badly Gold Fillings 1 mid upwnrda Tooth Extracted 25c Amalgam orSIHor fllllugs 7flo Teeth Cleaned 75c Vitalized Air or flas Administered 50c damaged by being struck witli a splinter White rnomclcd rUllngs 75c Painless Extracting by tho use of at Glendeane lost week submitted to a Friday delicate operation at Irvlngton Dr Mooremen assisted by Dr Foote removed the injured optic by a very successful operation Mr Keith bos W B KIDD Proprietor 455 East Market Street Louisville Ky hopes of saving the sight of the right Beginning Tuesday August 2 at Cloverport every Tuesday eye TrrF Dll S UKNNKTTU atany time praparad to Mitchell X ULL required Information regarding the teeth at Offica give any A Banner Year Hotel Mr P Flood of Stephensport was in the city Saturday He had twenty acres WORK PLANNED QUARTERLY REPORT of wheat which averaged seventeen OF THE bushels to the acre He has 100 acres of Irviagton Literatures Prepare For Next Years Course corn which will mako seventy live bush Â¬ BANK OF HARDhNSBURG els The crops are the best for years HARDINSBURO KY The B V K 0 hold an informal meet Â¬ and he believes this will be tho farmers ing with Mrs Hawes Aug 6th relative banner year to tho work for next year The decision At the close of business on tlm 0th day of June 1818 of the circle was made after lengthy dis- Â¬ TV cussion aud was planned with the view of holding the membership together as IlESOURCES far as possible The circle work will Loans and discounts lew loans to directors consist largely of program work Those 9J090as M who have not completed the four years Loans to directors ofikers ji not included ooo course will do so and the circle will mako O ventral u unsecured f as thorough a study of French aud Span Â¬ Due from National banks i6ijii 46IJISV Arn ish History as tho time will permit of Hanking house and lot 30ua The library received a donation from Other real estate Mrs Grinnell consisting of twelve num Â¬ Other stocks and bonds J04tlaj bers of a standard magazine which was Cash In sale lojufSe - c Furniture and fixtures 1000 gratefully received and highly appreci Kipcnses last six months ated by the circle The club tenders cAty 2 Wij8jo8 Mrs Grinnell a note of thauks for her IIAIUUTIKS kindness Some other business matters 15oo were disposed of and the circle disband Â¬ Capital stock paid In in uh Undivided profits 790IM ed to meet in October Deposits subject to check Ion SPECIAL ATTENTION Given to REPAIRING PLATES Buffalo Dental Parlors T K OTYN 25c pYltllinatinil icllllIliailUll ntaJ Cy y4m0m m T 15SSfeS IN if A Â¬ A FARM Daviess County Ky Master Commissioners Natloe IIhickinbipoi Cikcvit Court Defendant All person having claims against the estate of R TCaihnun deed aie requested to produce the same properly proven to th undersigned Master Commissoner of IliecVtnrldge Circuit Court at his ofliculn llardinthurg Kyon or bclnrc the loth di of September 1848 Gus Drown M C C S CASHHANAdmr vs O S Hiciiardson btc IlaintiCTIn Hiiully J which Interest la not paid 7414636 Time certificates of deposits on which interest b paid 83447jf iSloj u VmS5 1 STATIOr KtNTUCKV 3- County ol llreckenridge j D V Urant President Daak of Hardinsburg a bank located and doing business In th city of ItW dinsburg in said county being duly sworn says Ihtt the foregoing report la In all respects a true statement of the condition of the laid baak auHhe close of busiress on the joth day of Jane 184I to the best of his knowledge and belief and nirsbar eats that the bu finals ol said bank has bree transÂ¬ acted at the location naineJ and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made In aaaipllanct with an official notice received Irow the Secretary of State designating thejoth rlaj oJene8yt as the day on which tuck report shall be laaJe II 1 Ilaxio Irealdwt Motifs KiKirx a O W IIiahd Subscribed and sworn to before Heard the 4th day of July S9S J ne hy R F WILLIAMS LITTLE 9t4 My commission tucky Senate Kk ANK BoaidW PtBC eapirea wUhNKMUa Ken Â¬ 3 DeWkf Lrttl touty fatttitLM rikMiMh ii dieW J J - HB BJRjaeKHNRIIEaiSL Poor and Weak Catarrh and Bronchial Trouble Had na Appotlto Now Bottor In Every Way A Dollcnto Child Bomo tlmo slnco I took n sudden cold and could not got rid of It Doing subject to catarrh nnd bronchial trouble I coughed terribly I lost ray appetite and grew poor and weak and I did not feel llko work I began taking Hoods Barsapa rllln In a short lime the cough dla pearcil I slept well had n good appotlto Last and I was better In every way spring I was not feeling woll 1 had no ap I resorted to pctlto and no strength Hoods Harsaparllla and soon felt more llko work My little nephew was a dell- cato child and had a humor which trou- Â¬ bled him so ho could net rest at night He has taken a few bottles of Hoods Bar saparllla and now ho has a good appctlto Miss Aobib J and Is able to sleep FUHKMAN South Duxbury Mass is handling a lot ot timber at their stare yard near the depot and working several men It is tho busiest place around this town Norman Hensloy who has boon work- Â¬ ing with P M Beard this suiinertliiukH of entering tberailroad ofllco witli Jeeso Whitworth to study telegraphy Dr J T Baker reports about nine cases of typhoid fever under his chargo in the surrounding country He says the most of his patienta aro doing well Old man Jordan who has been living horu with his son Jonos Jordan for some weeks died last Thursday night His remains wero taken to Lawrence county Messrs Herbert Beard Sherman Ball John Haswell Jr and Misses Eva Hens- ley Mary Lowis Irene Board and Hallio Mooreman went to Mr John Alexanders last Monday to spend a few days Ed Goodman has the honor of boing among tho first to put home grown water Mr melons on this market this season Goodman has a large patch every year and understands growing them I want to sell my store groceries and bakery It is a good stand and enjoys a flno trade and is a grand opening for a groceryman Call on or address W M Pyles colored grocery Hardinsburg Ky I hayti for sale in Glendeane one house and lot well fixed well improved will sell cheap too small for my business anyone wish to purchase come and see Respectfully J II Biiown Miss Bessie Beard went to Samplo last week to join a fishing party at the Falls of Sinking Miss Beard has a kodac which she carries with her on such occasions and she takes many beautiful views NVS OOYKRIORr it w V m KY 99 4 Is tho Hoods mil Sarsa- - parilla t 2S One Trno Wood lurlflcr All ilrupslsts nlil digestion Hoods Rills arc tlio beit after dinner Breckenridge News 10 18U8 WEDNE8DAY AUGUST HARDINSBURG Mrs J A Witt is visiting relatives at Rosetta Mite Neta Beard is visiting Miss Bates It- - xfui mcfiZ I PLUCWI There is being a large amount of tur- Â¬ nip seed sown in this vicinity this sea- Â¬ son 0 L Pate and P M Beard are among those who are in the business extensively Mr Pate has sown three acres and Mr Beard two Should they have luck they will have enoug turnips to supply the town and surrounding country Mr and Mrs James W Lawson of Louisville are here visiting their uncle Mr J T Hoben Mrs Lawson was formerly Miss Laura Rabenecker who attended the B N College here about two years ago She is a very attractive Rev Caleb Hodge of Russelville was lady and her many friends will be glad the guest of Judge Milton Board last to meet her Her husband is bookkeep Â¬ week er at Strater Bros tobacco establishment Presiding Elder Overton will preach and is a popular young man here the third Sunday nicht in this month BEWLEYVILLE Congressman I H Smith spent last M P Payne is on the sick list Friday evening in this rity on his way to Grapes in abundance rich and juicy Custer Mrs Herbert Cain is ill of typhoid Miss Spycie Beavin of Cloverport is the guest of Misses Emma and Willie fever Ahl Dr Arthur Walker has gone to Gar Miss Hallie Mooreman of Glendeane nettsville lias been visiting Miss Irene Board the The rogues know where tho water- Â¬ past week melons grow Misses Ida May and Eula Miller who Mrs Piggott will entertain the young have been visiting at Brandenburg have lolks luesuay evening returned home Miss Mollie Clarkson of Louisville is Mrs Mollie Pulliam and her daughter a guest of Mrs John Cox Mary of Louisville are visiting relatives Miss Mary Moorman of Glendeane is here this week a guest at her grand fathers Mrs J M Parsons went out to her Paul Hardaway is visiting relatives home near McDaniels to spend a few and attending church services wetfks last Monday Mr Tichenor of Elizubethtown is vis Â¬ Miss Stella McGlllan and her brother iting his sister Mrs Noah Hicks of Louisville were here last week visit- Â¬ The good werk of threshing wheat ing Mrs Clint Hook still goes on We have bo much nice Rev S K Breeding and family left wheat last Thursday for Eddyville where thev Mrs Wm Bewley is out from Bran will reside in the future denburg the guest of Mrs Adolphus Joseph Mullen was here last week and Jordan qualified as administrator of the estate of Mrs Beasley and daughter have gone James Beavin deceased to visit Mrs Peyton and Mrs D C MiB8 Katie Eskridge who has been at Moorman Louisville several weeks studying music It is quite a common occurrence for Dr will return home this week Strother to make a Sunday appearance Mrs John Hook who has been visiting at Charlie Drurys at Stephensport returned home last week Ihe Sunday school Association will accompanied by Groye Jarred meet Thursday next at this place We Mrs Eliza Taylor and Master Irwin hope to have a successful time from Rosetta were the guests of Mrs V Tho Epworth League held devotional G Baboage one day last week services Saturday evening The meeting Morris Eskridge and his two daugh- Â¬ was interesting and well attended ters Misses Addle K and Clara spent Ihelpa Walker left Saturday to begin last Sunday at the Tar Springs a school at Garnettsyille Monday 8th Miss Mary Board who has been at He expects to be home Christmas Irvington for several weeks attending Miss Ella Robertson Mrs Vera Flick her brother in his late illness has return- Â¬ Mrs Rufus Cain and Miss Kate Stith ed home About twelve thousand bushels of continue to rUit relative and friends wheat has been brought into Hook Mil- Â¬ A party from Bewleyville after attend Â¬ ler antj Cos mill raised by the larmers ing church at Hill Grove last Friday in this section were moat cordially tmtrUJnl by Mrs Misses Alien Baker and Lizzie Miller Edwin fibnmxt who have been aUending a house party Mrs H V Vrvry usttiluatx Ut stay down a Mr McGavocks near Clover- Â¬ with her porenU Mr Itmry ix m La1 port havo reterned home health arul it U Uj h a m The Gresn Flag bargain store open and care tiTtf she-- tfogers We dm with pUuate itM oar tarMf ed out last Sahirday and did a tine dsya business Rad their ad in this issue younjr Mend Herbert Htriliruu and when you come to Hardinsburg call burg takes a procnlsnt plai among men He deserves the honor we k on them Miss Minnie Htith left hut Tbarxlar The Cincinnati Cooperage Company for the city Our good withes go with her for a good time and we eel aaaared her many friends will see that she enjoys herself Remember the name The old firm Jolly A Otln that used to be in our town will soon appear at ir when you buy vington with the change from father to son of the last named Success to them again and may many old friends remember them Mr Editor wont you please send Mrs Bowmer up to our association next Thursday Any one so gifted aud suc cessful as she is should dbvote her life to the cause and every Sunday ecbool Con Â¬ vention ahouldf insist on her presence Mr John Frakee of Brandenburg f pent Saadey with Jils wife aad dattgbteH Â¬ nt Hawcsville Horace Scott is building a new shed to his store room Harry Monroe of Kirk Bpent last Sun- Â¬ day in this city J II B Logan returned last Saturday from llockport Ind Mr and Mrs Abo Gross ot Rosetta were visiting here last week Mrs Jeff Ditto of Brandenburg is visiting Gus Browns lamily Rev Felix Roberts is filling Breedings appointments on this circuit Mrs Robert McGuflin and her child- Â¬ ren have returned from Buraa John P Haswell and Rev S F Kelly spent last Friday in Cloverport Miraes Dolls and Julia Meyer of Buraa are visiting Mrs McGuflin James and Willard Logan left last Sat urday to visit friends at Troy Ind Abner Davis left last Saturday for Humbolt III to engage in farming Mrs Ada Meador of Big Spring is the guest of her lister Mrs W S Beard Alf Hestou has accepted a position with the Green Flag bargain store Ed Beard and Estella Sutton of Louis- Â¬ ville spent a fuw days hero last week Felix Monroe who resided here some years ago was in town last Thursday Mr Monroe is now engaged in the timber business with his son Harry They are working about twenty men near Kirk A 0 Beaty has made application to the Breckenridge county court for a tavern license to keep a tavern at Cus- Â¬ ter this county with the privileges of selling whiskey The matter will be heard at the August County Court Mr Beatty is from Grayson county Â¬ who are refugees from tho dreaded dip Vo are glad to bare Mrs Frakos theria and her little Carrie I in our midst but regret the cause of their coming very Remember the name much Hill Grove Meade county in one of W when vnu hnv the finest old places in all the country Just now a Vory interesting smiles of sir again vices at that place Is in tlm hands ot Roy Ramsey of Louisville Our penpn are giving thorn n generous attendance and are pleased with the preaching llro Walton was here Saturday and Sunday filling his appointments in a most earnest way He was accompanied by his good little wife who is so gentlo and kiudly iiatured that wn have learned to love her very much Bro WhIiodb topic Sunday was Christian Education Iu those days of patriotic ferver when IRVINGTON everyono does honor to Ihe red whllo and blue I have the glad satisfaction of The Misses Kurtz were guests at Mr knowing that 1 endeavored on every Foster Lyons a portion of last week opportunity to instill a love tor Old Mrs M B Bevillo and children ot Glory in the hearts of those about mo Louisville are visiting Mrs It M Jolly when biio was not quite so popular as Miss Maude Adkisson lias secured a now music class hero for the forth coming GoldenRod term Miss Mae Tydings a sweet pretty girl from Louisville is a visitor in the com- Â¬ munity Owen Cunningham ot Hardinsburg GUSTON was the guest of his niece Mrs Wi Gardner Mies Maggie Robertson Lodlburir and Mrs Gardner is the proud possessor of Mrs Pollock Concordia aro guests of a handsome new piano A surprise from Miss Helen Pollock her better half Mrs Theo Patteson has just returned Miss Batie Herndcn was in town Sat- Â¬ to Bowling Green after a visit to her urday She will return to Potter College cousin R J Patteson in September Mrs George Beam of Bardstown has Mrs Fannio Rhodes Brandenburg just returned to Louisville after a short came over and spent Sunday with her visit to her cousin II L Bell cousin Mrs Will Gardner Charley Cain has sold his grocery busi- Â¬ Miss Trnbuo of Louisville returned to ness at Vine Grove and contemplates her homo Saturday after a prolonged and coming to Gusto n to reside pleasant visit to Air Tylers family Carl Kagln one of Frankforts most Roy Cain assisted by Uncle Bob is promising young merchants is visiting in Louisville selecting the stock for the friends and relatives in and near this new store Call and see him in his new town venture Albert Cusbinberry and family of I am requested by the ladies in charge Ohio county are visiting Mm Cushin ot the ice cream supper and entertain- Â¬ borrys brother Ansel Garden of near ment to heartily thank the people of Guston the entire community for the generous J L Malin and wife of Vino Grove response to their call and D W Lewis and wife of Branden Mr and Mrs A B Coleman Mr and burg are visiting their grandfather R Mrs Brown and others enjoyed a pleas- Â¬ J Patteson ant day at tho hospttablo home of Mr T E Couniff spent several days last Foster Lyons last Thursday A verita- Â¬ week over at Lebanon with his family ble Methodist love feast gathering who are spending tho summer with re- Â¬ Misses Nannie Lyddan of Webster latives at that place Cora Lee Anderson of Guston Nell The Rev Crocker was in Guston the Uunningham of Chenault and Lizzie other day for the first time slneo his ar Â¬ Lee Bevllle of Louisville were happy rival from China where ho has been for little girl visitors among us recently the past 4 orS years Since the Meade Messenger is repre- Â¬ Miss Eva Carrigan on last Saturday sented by the facile pen of two ot the afternoon gave a picnic to tlm little most gifted young ladles at both Irving children of her Sunday school class ton and Bewleyville we look forward to Thoy pulled candy ate ice cream and its coming with an interest akin to that had a big time geuerally of our own newsy News The Hon Gus W Richardson went to Tie good people of Webster have our Frankfort last Tuesday to remain in the sympathy in having to give up their office till the first Monday iu September in order to get on to the routine business pastor who has a deep hold upon their hearta They will have to come up to as his term begins on that date Irviugton to hear our good Bro Hesson A J Thompson and some of the Big until Conference sends them another Spring gentlemen have gone in together We will give them hearty welcome and built a telephone line from this The ice cream supper charade and place to Big Spring giving a more direct line from Guston to Vine Grove and tableaux given last week by the ladies and society was an unqualified success other points in that direction in every sense of the word and the ladies Mrs George Woolfolk of East Louisin charge deserve praise for tboir energy ville after spending soveral days with iu tho whole affair There were too relatives near Sandy Hill and this place many good things for me to make speci- Â¬ bos returned to Brandenburg to spend al mention of any one in particular but the balance of the season with her father everything was as nice as could be and and mother Mr and Mrs J W Lewis everyone got their moneys worth of Our depot agency has changed hands enjoyment recently and Mr Will Tobin of Ekron Congratulations to our own Charley now shoves the pen in the ofllco Will We anticipate for him a busy session in is a nice sooer young man ana the peo Washington this winter ple of this town will do what they can Webad a delightful visit to relatives in any way they can to make him feel and friends at Bewleyville last week enjoying the hospitality of typical Ken- Â¬ at homo tucky homes The Rev Phillip Jenkins of Ohio county is conducting a protracted meet Â¬ forClarence Board was out driving Sunday the first time It is unnecessary to ing at Salem Baptist church near Ekron add that he has not forgotten the best Bro Jenkins is a very fine preacher as buggy drive in this country during his long slego of Illness well as an extremely conscientious man Miss Nellie Henderson is ill with and is certainly doing a good work in typhoid fever Little L E the Infant that community son of Mr and Mrs Ernest also has the fover hope it The futuro is uncertain but if you same run its We sincerelyboth maywill soon course and be keep your blood pure with Hoods Ear entirely well saparllla you may be sure of good health vvvvvwvvwvv w A FLOUR THAT TASTES OF THE WHEAT Pcoplo who enro for flavor and wbolosomcncBS aa woll as the looks of their bread will appreciate thisbrarid DIGKS BEST tBattleAKf I PLUG iSJ uStSTrTsfeH Sb am- ssfcssJ WTVrTrVsssMEBT I apaaaBac - I JfT V1 UN1TEP STATES BATTLE SHIP IOWA j 1 tt A FlotK That Cannot Be Excelled of scucteJ wheat and contains all the gluten there is in the grain iS will find this flour a sure panacea Theso two brands are male by the OUR NAVY 99 a Sufforora from dyspepsia BEST FLOUR MILL IN HRECKENRIDGE COUNTY Thoroughly remodolcd new machinory installed now bolting cloths added capacity increased to 60 barrels improved swing sifter and purifier that cleans and grades tho wheat has been put in the mill Custom trado catered to and solicited Wholesale trade invited to buy our pure flour and thus please customers SAMUEL DICK Miller day school cause needs pushing forward vigorously in this section Fred Moorman is at Owensboro sick of typhoid fever Miss Tula Matheny of Louisville is visiting friends here this week Miss Mary Bandy Irvington visited the Misses Orendorf last wcok Mrs J P Stewart and daughters of Louisville are visiting Mrs H B Kurtz we have received no in Â¬ formation in regard to our hello man Mrs Lucy Kurtz and Miss Ella Kurtz are attending a Holiness meeting at xelvlngton Ed Adams wife and baby of Clover- Â¬ port came up Sunday to visit Scott Knott Mrs Adams will remain hero a Up-to-da-te and Wheat Buyer ADDISON KY sVi-Tr1 i HEAR US - LADIES H The season for Summer Dress Goods is about to close Wo do not want to carry any of this years fabrics over to next We noed the room thoy occupy for our fino line of year Fall Dress Goods which will soon arrive This being tho case you can readily see that when we say we are soiling Â¬ Lizzie Hall has gone to Tar Springs for an indefinite period She will probably be joined iu a few days by her mother and Imby Prout Mrs John Lyddan entertained all the little folks in the country laBt Thursday with an ice cream supper Mrs Lyddan is a great favorite with tho children and young folks Republicans of Breckenridge county have ever delighted to rally to the stand Â¬ ard of Charley Blandford but not till this year have they felt that he aspired for an office up to the caliber of the man so it will not be surprising if they rally with unwonted zeal at the sound of the tocsin this fall The summer girl is abroad in the land and is scoring her victims among the susceptible of the sterner sex and wo all have a weakness this way on the right and on the left and we just as willinnly allow her to carry us by storm as if Kipling had never said she is only a rag and a bone and a hank of hair The annual meeting at Freedom draws a crowd together from all sections of the county and people meet and greet each other there annually that have not an opportunity to do so at any other time The second Sunday in August always finds a large gathering there and the in dications are that the assemblage there this year will be very large week Miss SUMMER AT COST what we mean first selection DRESS GOODS Wo mean what we say because we havo good reason to say Come early and get tho benefit of the lieston Willis Company Breckenridge formal College HARDINSBURG KY i 4 Buokleos Arnica Salve Thk Bbst Salvb in the world for Cute Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe Â¬ ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and postively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ quired It is gunranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refundod Price 25 cents per box For sale by Short Haynes -- Fifth Annual Session Opens It sustains Four Courses Sept598 AND CONTINUES FORTY WEEKS BIG SPRING Oh the Pain of Rheumatism Rhouiuntism often causes tho most in tenno Buttering Many have foy years vuinly Kougrit relief from this disabling disease and are to day worse oft than over Rheumatism is a blood disease and Swifts Spocilic is theonly cure be cauho it is tho only remedy which can reach such deep scutod diseases A few year ago 1 was taken with Inflamma tory Khrumatlim which became so intense that I was or weeks unable to walk I tried several prominent phyi clans and took their treat ment faithfully bat was unable to get the slight est relief Iniaotmycon dltUn seemed to grow worse the dlieaa spread over my entire body and Â¬ tutift -- ltd vnlAtnor mercury I felt to much belter after Uklmr two buttles that I continued the rem- Ilyandln two months I was cured completely Th sure wti permanent fori bare nerer since had a touch of Ulieumatlain though many IIum sxpoaad to damp and oold weather KiKiNon M TtrrsLi 71 I wet Ion Avenue Philadelphia from November to March I imfeied ajony I tried many potent raedlalnes Vol none relieved ate I pon the advice ot friend I decided ti tr 0 uiQwiiiB sue iu las it now any guanman who was a ebemlit ana VrVh the remedr and Dronounced It free of 4Bs3Mi 4urr Jr Â¬ Â¬ 2 2 Dont suffer longer with Rheumatism Throw aside your oils and liniments as thoy can not reach your trouble Dont experiment with doctors their potash mercury will add to your disabil Â¬ and ity and completely destroy your diges Â¬ tion will SSSiLBloort cure perfectly und permanently mercury or ether It is guaranteed purely vegetable ana mineral Books mailed free by Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga sofi tains no potash DftWItts Witch Hazel CurM PKm KaM Bet Slv viz Preparatory Scientific Business and Teachers We receive students and thoroughly prepare them for entrance to the beet day Freedom meeting next Sunday University Classes Miss Mary McMeador has returnod Our Teachers receive First class County Certificates Stock trading is very brisk around from Hardinsburg Many receive a State Certificate or State Diploma here Master Ernest Eskridge of Owensboro Many improvements have been made during the past year J 0 Pate went to Owensboro last is visiting his grandfather Mr A R Seme Labratory Work has been prepared the Library increased and the Morris week Miss Zelma Strother has returned from Courses of Study revised V Â¬ What has become of our road ma- Glendeane and has for her guest Miss chine Mary Moorman TUITION PER TERM Misses Winkelsteln of Louisville were Watermelons are large and ot fine Board From 2 00 to 2 SO per week Address all communications to the guests of Mrs Meyer last Wednes quality day and Thursday All roads in this section are receiving Misses Mabel and Lucile Collie of some work Louisville are visiting their grandpar Â¬ Sam Robbina visited relatives in Indi Â¬ ents Mr and Mrs Abe Morris Miss Lucllo Beasley and Mr Moorman ana last week Hardaway of Bewleyville were the cast their shadows before Joe Orist Miss Addle Simmons is visiting rela- Â¬ gueeteof Miss Zelma Strother Tuesday M Roy Gain was certainly perfect tives in Owensboro Mr Tom Hardin has returned to frothing bo a constant familiarity with Road working is a misnomer it should Louisville and will leave soon for such scenes in real life could haveÂ¬ Champaign III where he has accepted brought forth Mich acting from an amabe road building teur Mrs Ur y waa firm in her part a position of life are nearly Dr Larabutb Owensboro arrived Sun Â¬ The following party attended the pic-Â¬ and when the battles crowns ner youth Mr and Mrs fought nid old age day to visit J L Henry nic at Custer Saturday she will not bo more real than she was T0R SALE rood honei The corn crop in this county bids fair John Meador Misses Daisy and Mary on this night Susan Grey went through X 3 ticellcnt milch cow wllhlor Ranaral ittMkv young calvta McMeador Misi Clare Morris Ben JuiMjrcow anilcair For Furthr Inform tloe to be a record breaker ease and part Clarkson and sister and Dr Strother and her difficult wore with blue calicograce dr MHS HANNAH HAKDIN Pott Ky her The old cook aaa There was a lively coon hop on sister cook should and acted the Irish servant SALE Thrc Short Horn Bull CtAyii Silver Heights Saturday night to perfection Bob Will Wimp was a cIlKlhla to rejrUtry llwjr are of the ala THEATRICALS typical school boy and for so youug a train of stock and will Le prroltted to nw wMi II L Kurlz shipped a car load of man gave promise ot the coming actor their Diiot until October - A tpieaiid ntl offered Knqulrs ol lambs to Louisville last week Miss Trabue ot Louisville could not OUS W XIC1UKMOH Serve to Make an Attraotlve Entertain have made a better Miss Longman and uawaa rtj Judge Milton Board ot Hardinsburg her thrusts with ber reboot boy brother meat was hero last week on legal business T AN fKU la Dkttnra forty or fifty head a wero quite amusing The living pictures Will fuanutee plimtr at wi cattle f School opened here Monday witb aaa were very good Especial mention may water mvvb raw the beet pattur in tbq cnMity i per The Ladles Aid Society of the Bap be made of The Christian Graces by Terms t f head per month For paii flattering prospect for a successful term annuira of K n inniflful tist church o Irvington desire to thank the Mlseea Herndon and Mary J Tyler At44wsKy Mrs Fred Triplett has been seriously by Miss Carter also and Marguerite ill for several days though perhaps through your columns all who assisted Ruth by Miss Tiabue OR 8ALK lavIii leased my fas I ae7a7k Miss Mary private sal a mules 2 horse i stawsaf Wt4 with donatitious ot cakpa and cream and Wratber waa a perfect picture as early slightly improved at present trottirtc mare 1 standard brad IroMhc H a Â¬ raooa Three little girls portrayed old pin a miscellaneous lot at UtwAa leaas Miss Lula Coleman after a pleasant bought tickets to our little entertain rents conslstlnrln part of plow kattows gwa Financially it was suc Â¬ prayer ment weeks visit here returned to her home cess Those who took part a great cha Â¬ all was and little Beeeln Wrather told us wagons 1 new Dearlef binder Md maay in the over through the picture Good thinas necessary to the Utmut Th pWk sahtrA in Louisville Sunday rade and living pictures acquitted them Bight kd to call laipaot sad ohaak tail ay aw faaasa To our Jolly miller we extecul Longman Mr Mrs T W Moredock to superinten Â¬ sttlvea beautifully W MOLT Master Embry v rather was a model especial thanks tor whea the ralaa dent ot a very interesting Sunday school of ease aud dignity aud some day if he descended and floods aaase hie store at Clifton Mills This should tend to continues aa be has begun we will hear proved an ark of refuge Mr Brow a aa 8ALK Om aaad laaa vd kU - Apadyto W stimulate others to Christian effort from bius at our National capital as the HMial Jeat a wllllBg baad and we tbaak ootmtr TJOR MKHT ThW There abeld be a huge aKwukmoe at Suoator from BreckeBridge Am The Mrs Â¬ him Mite Matule AdkUeoa from Qmkm JUsia acsa af LottatMH waa especially ma the dUtrlet UaBday sebeel eoayeskjoa at tronly diaaity wasted fa bar part nasi Miua w Kale man jkaif mum ww sail nil ots sWajw panfcubu aaa at term or a aajMe u w aasaul Ak npaw in vm wnsw LSJWMrssLi Bewleyville Best Thursday Ma- - bat be a TuMHnsowt of Owabag eyeata aWOftaMI iA Mf WMskl OlMla Mrs Meyer went to Louisville Satur Â¬ WEBSTER 800 Â¬ J H B LOGANS a WANTS l- JM -- Â¬ ya J HioGr tA4sror