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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t mTrirp BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NRWS THATS KIT TO PRINT CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1898 VOL XXIII LARGE IMPROVEMENTS 10 MINISTERS Hoj nl 10 DEMAND LUZON ANNEXATION PRACTICAL KINDNESS One Hundred Thousand Orateful Sol FARMERS AND GOOD ROADS They Can Help Wonderfully In the Cause By Using a Little Common Sense and Elbow Qrease Tho individual farmer can afford to do road mending on tho same principle that he repairs his fencts aud buildings A land owner ouirht to feel as ashamed of 11 choked sluice or a mud hole that can bo drained as neglectMl cattle or a display of filth It is not necessary to wait ftr tho roadworking seaaon to como around The most profitablo common sense work can be done a little at a tlmu if at tho right time Drainage is the beginning and the end of the whole matter if roads are to bo roads not sloughs Watering troughs and hillside spring aro the most com- Â¬ mon cause of standing water yot it is a very simple thing to train the water In the way it should go A etuno a loose board a chunk of mud washed down against tho end of a sluice may choke it up so that it is nothing but a public nuisance Five minutes work would Bond tho water rushing through its pro- Â¬ per channel It is not uncommon to see water fol lowing the wheel ruts for rods when a man with half an oyo can also see that a mere cut through the ridge at the edge of the road would lead the water into the ditch or down a bank Even a half day spent In dropping into a very bad hole a fow of the numerous stones that infest the highway would worku double headed blessing to all who pass that way Heaving out a few stublwrn old boulders would work detriment to the black Â¬ smith nml wagon mender but a big sav ing to the farmer If all such patching wore thus well kept up the yearly toll of publio service would count more and more toward the good roads ol whiclt all are talking and dreaming This view of the subject is no more than one feature of practical farming intelligent economy a mere looking out for number one no matter how many others are benefited Â¬ Â¬ METHODIST oiakti th food About Two Thousand Feet of Floor Space Added to Store IMPOSSIBLE Gomez Expresses His Views On dlcri These war times have tried mens souls in mnnyuui xpertel wayx hut like a shaft of Minsliluo aud iod cheer out of the elnud of privation and ondurauco has been the work that I ho American Tobacco Co has done among tho U S soldiers mid nnlloio ever since the war began for when they dincovored that the camps and hoBpitnls wern not sup plied with tobacco they decided to provide tliiin free of cost with enough for every man and have already given out- Â¬ right to our soldiers and sailors over one hundred thousand pound of Battle Ax Plug mid Dukes Mixture smoking tolmceo and have bought and distributed filly tlioiisAiid briar wood pipes at a total cod of between fifty aud sixty thous- Â¬ and dollar TIiIh work has been done quietly and thoroughly by establishing headquarters In ecli ramp so thai Very camp and every hoepital of the United States army has l iu ptipplied with tiuough tobacco fjrevi ry limn and Ihu sailors on thirty United tiiteH nhips in Cuban waters huvcnliiiud wilti the soldiers this most wolcotiii of all rations Perhaps it will bo only fair to remem Â¬ ber wliuu we hear tho remark again that corporations have no bouIb that thoro is 0110 American corporation whose soul has been tried and lias not been found wanting In practical kindness Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Have Longer Pastorates Than Other Denominations Thoe of holom part and delicious r Es x The splendid store of B F Beard been greatly Archipelago Likely to Be Ceded Co at llardinsbutg has An extension enlarged and Improved has been built and alterations made that If Luzon Is givo tills magnificent emporium 1020 square feet of additional fl or epaco The new ofllco in the rear of the store Spains Sovereignity In the Philip is arranged in motiopolllan style and is pines Dethroned perfectly lighted The main ware room will be equipped with thousands of fett Jhe members of the peace commission of shelving and counter 100m and will were Saturday fully Informed of tho Frea be divided iuto different departments Idents policy aa to the Philippines The store as it is now planned would bo Secretary Day Senators Davis aud Frye a credit to a city of 10000 inhabitants and Mr Whltelaw Kied four of the com Â¬ missioners were In conference With the Truth wears well People have learn- Â¬ President from 10 oclock until after ed that DeWltts Little Early Misers are noon Senator Oray the Democratic reliable little pills for regulating tt e member of the commission was not bowels curing constipation aud sick prenonr having boon detained at Wil headache They dont gripe Short mington Ilaynes The conference botweeu the President and tho commissioners was held in the No interruptions wero Cabinet room permitted Senators Quay Penrose and other prominent men who called to see tho President while the conference was in progress wero denied an audience At the conclusion of the conference General Owes the members of tho commission all re Â¬ Bill Sterrelt fused of course to discuss what occurred Wheeler His Existence It can be said however that the Presi- Â¬ dent went over the whole subject with tho commissioners and made his views An Interesting War Incident That Tran- Â¬ so clear that there was no possibility o spired at Haweavllle a misunderstanding of his position The Presidents intention is to make a de Â¬ Alfred Henry Lewis is putting out in mand for Luzjn The President is con- Â¬ vinced from the advice he has had that Journalistic circles in New York a story a demand for Luzon will bo all that will about Wheeler which he Bays Colonel be necessary to Becuro the United States William Green Sterrott of the Dallas the whole archipelago Spains power is News gave him in Washington some all in Luzon It is not believed that months ago Lewis and Sterrett and Spain will desire or be able in tho pres Â¬ Judge Culberson of Texas were drink- Â¬ ent condition of her finances to under- Â¬ ing sarsaparilla in Shoemakers on take to secure establishment fiber sov- Â¬ Pennsylvania avenue and were discuss ereignity in the other islands of the ing the transmigration of souls theory group If the United States sticks to its applying it to themselves and friends All agreed that before Joe Wheeler demand for Luzon Spain it is confi- Â¬ dently believed by those who understand had become human ho had been a spar Â¬ the situation best will willingly surren- Â¬ row and this reminded Sterrett and der the group By making a demand for moat things in this world do of some Â¬ Luzon only when we might insist upon thing good Wheeler saved my life once said having the whole group the appearance It was this at least of a war of conquest will be Colonel Bill solemnly During the war our family in way avoided The President called a special meeting Hawesville Ky was neutral following of the Cabinet for 3 oclock Saturday aft- Â¬ tho example of our state I know this ernoon All the Cabinet officers were in because my father used to tell me I was attendance with tho exception of Secre- Â¬ only twelve yearn old then if any one tary Alger who is out of tho city None asked me wnat I was to say I was yan of the Cabinet officers would talk except kee but to remember I was secesh to say that the Philippine question had In Hawesvillo where I lived was a been turned over to the peace commis- stockade some yankees had built and there were about twenty of em in there sion sort odomineering round and dictating DEMAND FOR LUZON It is said that the President in his in- Â¬ terms to the town Oue day a paasol of structions to the commission specified reb cavalry jumped in and run the yan Â¬ Â¬ that the demand for the cession of Luzon kees out I went down town to celebrate the victory One of tho rob troop Â¬ was to be made iu writing not orally and that the Spanish commissioners ers asked mo to hold his horse while lie would be asked to reply in the same way set Are to the stockade Aa 1 stood hold In the event that any unanticipated ing the animal I noticed about a mile points should come up during tbo pro- Â¬ out back that the hills were blue with gress of negotiations the President will yaukees coming I was a mighty care- Â¬ ful boy them days and didnt care to be cabled for advice hurt the feelings of a yaukee army by letting it find me holding a reb horse so Represented a Paper trooper to come and get Mr J T Sloan of Cincinnati 0 was I called to tho it As he swSng into the Baddle a wild in the city last week He was working impulse siezed me to go and tight aud in the interest of the Kentucky Manu- Â¬ for the southern coufedeiacy I facturer and Trader issued at Louisville die bridle rein The object of this paper is to promote hung on the Say mister I said why cant you Ken- Â¬ the manufacturing interests of all you tucky towns He has met with flatter- Â¬ take me with Son youer too young replied the has ing encouragement wherever he cavalryman been and is under the impression that I aint eo young as I look I urgedf to the the paper will be invaluable Im just small for my age state Well I know said the cavalryman ASSOCIATION TEACHERS fidgeting about for an excuse but Ill tell you bud you aint got no boas Never you mind that I retorted The Hudsonville Magisterial District If youll get me u gun Ill get a horse in Association Will Meet at Constan Â¬ tho first mile tino Saturday Oct ist 1898 and I Son said tho cavalryman VUOGHAM could see he was getting desperate sou Opening BxerciMf do you know who our general is Tbo Importance of Heading JWTrent No I replied I dont lUlatlon of Language to Comuotltlon S WTucker Well said tho cavalryman as he An Intellectual Discipline1 DIkum Grammar tlug ilia fet in the stirrups and organized C R Carlton Wnley Tucler UJI Moorman for a run lies a ragln and onfettered MU Maggie Goodman Suay Warnle Macy wild man named Wheeler aud from the Uifl of Chatu and Other Device DUconion JeieLaniitonC Iavno way bea pinting out hes going to get ub Mono Hunter all ki led or captured before ever we get Mi Recitation Arithmetic Ueo louara back and by hell I dont want no chil- Â¬ NeccMilyoMntellccttial JotepU Trm IlO IenlcW dren on my bans Dltcuwon SI in Uena HoberU Iaper on Punctuality It was Wheelers reputation with his Orguiiation of Heading Circle concluded own men that saved me Adjournment If Id gone Id got killed bo 1 The trustees are requested to be out Sterrett and insist upon the Attendance of pupils always figured 1 sort 0 owed Wheeler and patrons Wo expect each teacher my life within the district to bo out ou time If Colt Show each teacher would raisa his standard of One of the most interesting events of ab- Â¬ measurement he can not afford to be tho season will be tho colt show to be sent We hope to haye a splendid atÂ¬ given by Q N Lyddan at Irvlugtou tendance Very respectfully Sept 24 at 3 oclock All the animals Andkkw Dbukwa President shown will exemplify all that Is perfect in the standard of tquine excellence It will be a great gathering of horse loveis and buyers and selleis from all over this Bilious and Intermittent Fevers suction should be there and avail them Â¬ opportunities that will which prevail in miasmatic dis selves of the flue good trade be presented for Â¬ Â¬ the Subject He Favors the Disarmament Insurgents of Cuban correspondent of the Dlaro de Mar- Â¬ ina of Havana has just returned from a trip to the camp of Geo Gotnt z where he spent three days Ho had mi imporA Â¬ JO SAVED HIS LIFE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tant interview with the Cuban leader Gen Gomez told him to shed a single drop of blood during the suspension of hostilities would be a disgraceful act The Cubans did not desire liberty to form castes nor to preserve Cuba exclusively for tho Cubans Thoy Bought to give the country and all in it tho beueflt of tho moat arapio liberty and did not wth to inepiru hatred to Spain They had fought only a form of Government Gen Gointz paid a tribute to the va- Â¬ lor exhibited by the Spanish soldiers and said that It was an honor to hayti fought against them Ho declared that the policy followed by Geu Martini z Campos in promising reforms and smoothing asperities and showing clem oncy did much harm to the insurrection while tho administration of Canovaa made a great mistake in giving the com mand to Geu Weyler Under no circumstances he dtciared did he believe possible the annexation of Cuba to the United States He said that Cuba was a country wnich possessed elements capable of governing them- Â¬ selves without assistance from any ono The Cubans aro grateful for tho protec tion given them by the Americans Gen Gomez believes that the politi- Â¬ cal and economical relation between Cuba aud the United States will be for their common advantage To think tho contrary would be to cast reflections up- Â¬ on the good faith of the Americans Gen Gomez is in favor of disarming the insurgent forces Gon Gomez who only a fortnight ago gave expression to extremely moderate views counseling harmony and patience added that he is now strongly in favor of absoluto independence or nothing Ho said the Spanish element cannot afford to delay uniting with the Cubans as a necessary basis for the establishment of c nditlons that will forbid and prevent the United States grabbing and taking advantage of the treasure both Spaniards and Cubans have fought for at an ex Â¬ pense of rivers of blood on each side General Gomez continued If reports speak tho truth those who fear indepen- Â¬ dence belong to the same family of cow- Â¬ ardly curs who fled from Havana at the first rumor of bombardment These he declared are however a minority and to quote him further al- Â¬ most the entire Spanish population re Â¬ mains protecting their homes and de Â¬ fying the dangers of war and will now remain to unite their efforts with those of the Cuban party working together with the Cubans for the development of the island and the return of prosperity To Cure Constipation VorsTer Take Cuscarets Candv Cathartic lOo ortSo If 0 0 0 fall to cure druggists refund money Death of a Pioneer On Wednesday afternoon of last week Rev Dr Hayes presiding elder of the Henderson district of Iho Methodist through Oloverport passed church Thurmlay on hifl way to Louisville Tin reverend gunth man spoko very Interest Â¬ ingly of tho work of the ministry of the Methodist church Among other things he Bid that Methodist minister1 lu spite of the iten eracy system remained on an average longer in a town than preachers of nny other denomination Ho cited a number of statistics to prove thin and it was shown that when the call system prevails that the average community has five or six different min isters in tho course of four years and they often go a year at a time without pastors POWDER Absolutely Pure ROTAL 1AKIN3 fOWDCK CO NtW YORK It Is Strange that some read peoplo who say they never WELCOME CHANGE patient medicine advertisements will be found lugging home every now mid then n bottle of some favorite reme Â¬ dy of theirs We dont bother you with Branch to Have a Complete much reading but just ask you to try a 10c trial boltlo of Dr Caldwell s Syrup Passenger Service Pepsin for constipation Indigestion and stomach troubles 50c and 1 00 sizes Two Dally Trains Including a Sunday At Cnas C Martins Run ARMED 1 SOLDIERS Must Be Kept in Havana a While for Henry Ferguson Dead Henry Ferguson died In tho Carrico neighborhood Wednesday nt 2 p m at the age of 40 yeara Ho died of typhoid flux after an illness of over two weeks He was n single man and was a well re Â¬ spected citizen Tho remains were brought to tho home of his brother Mr Tlios Ferguson this city and tho funeral will occur from St Stephens Catholic church at 8 a m today Interment at tho Catholic cemetery Owensboro Mes Â¬ senger DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve has the largest sale of any Salve In tho world This fact and Its merit has led dishonest people to attempt to counterfeit It Look out for tho man who attempts to deceive you when you call for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure Short Ilaynes Improving Their Store Among other evidences of prosperity to be seen all over Breckcnridge county are the improvements that are being made to the store building occupied by A II Hardin Co at Lodlburg The building 2s being enlarged a new roof is being put on and important alterations made Eilacato Tour Itoweli With Cuicrtratii 10c 25c The Poorer Classes In Cuba Stubbornly Demand Independence Â¬ 1 1 Doctors Say tricts are invariably accompanied by derangements of the Stomach Liver and Bowels Wllllaraa Webb Mr AO Williams of Urandview and Miss Lydia Webb of this city were united in marriage at the residence of the brides The liver is the great driving of last week Canuulton Telephone wheel in the mechanism of Da Not Be Imposed Og man and when it is out oforder Always insist on gstttag Foleys Honwhole system becomes de- Â¬ ey and Tar as it is postively absolutely the Â¬ bsst eougb ranged and disease is the result sad unqtwIiBedty thesubstitute Amedi K Accept uo Â¬ The Secret of Health mother ou Wednesday night Liver Pills Tutts Liver Troubks all Cure cine Fisher J Oloverport R A Sltsllman tysptMSMtt Gordon A Hay Tills Jt X Witt HardiasUrg Pasts too late to receive mention in the paper occurred the death of William Babbage one of the few remaining pioneers of this neighborhood Together with a brother the deceased landed in America from England in 1834 He made bis home in Rochester for a couple of years then came to Toledo by the lake route From there he came to Defiance and superin- Â¬ tended a gang of men working on the then new canal In 1845 he came to this neighborhood and purchased the farm upon which ho lived when he died The year after coming here ho wan joined in matrimony with Tryphena Johnson to this union six children came all of whom aro yet living two of them bMng in the far away gold fields of Alaska The wife also survives him greatly nged aud fee- Â¬ ble Deceased had been a worshipper In the M E faith since 1853 and died iu the arms of his loved church ltev A A Thomas conducted the funeral ceremony on Friday at 3 oclock In Â¬ terment took place in the cemetery on the old farm The Hicksville M E choir furnished the music There are two brothers and two sisters yet living Simon and Richard at Roches- Â¬ ter NY aud Mary and Elizabeth in England So well known aud loved by all was the deceased that to all he was Uncle A no more respected Billy Babbage and esteemed clthtun was to be found Iu this whole part of the county Tho Airs LeQraml Dead News extends sympathy to the family Mrs Jauo LeGraml wife of Robert upon the loss of its worthy aud honored LeGraud died iu Louisville Friday Sopt head Hicksville Ohio News 0 Her illness was of short duration Her remains were taken to Garnettsvllle Visited CaRHsItOH The sad news of her for interment Mr Walter Smart of Oloverport and death will be a shock to her many Miss Marshall of Louisville were In the frleuds in this city city Saturday evening visiting friends Going Dwh Hill Mlsw s Gregory and McGsvock of Olov Â¬ People suffering frow Kidney Diseases erport visited L J Erly last week feel a gwtlwl twt steady loss of strength Oaaaeltoa Telephone They should lose so sad vitality you call for D Witts Witch time In trying Foleys Kidney Cure a Wheu A K Fisher Hssel Sslvs the great pJUj ewre doat GusraaWsd Preparation aeeept anything skw Doat tw UJfcd Oloverport t A 8helman Stephens- K into asMptlftK a sbsUMtt for s4Ut for pprt Oortkitdc Ilaynes Ptsvlll A Witt HJrdlnsburg far Vjiotw Short A Hava sorts The United States commifioioners are making their home on board the steamer Of liesoluto anchored at Havana course they are daily visitors to the peace council Gen Butler one of the commissioners sums up tho situation lu the following manner Tho high toned representatives of Spanish and Cuban industries plead for annexation and are aiding the commis Â¬ sioners in every conceivable way iu gathering such yalid evidence that will go a long way in convinclntf the United States that it is absolutely necessary to place the island under control of the Uuited States The poorer classes are stubborn and arrogant throughout the island and de Â¬ mand independence pure and simple This creates friction and unnecessary de- Â¬ lay in reachiug the conclusions that were anticipated by all concorned in the fu- Â¬ ture of Cuba The mutterings of the insurgents in the country tributary to Havana would suggest that it will be eventually neces- Â¬ sary to place a sufficient number of troops to protect the interests of the country at large The influx of wealthy Spaniards indicate a resumption of busi Â¬ All important concerns in the ness Uuited States are capturing the most important industries that are available be- Â¬ lieving that within a few weeks the ex Â¬ orbitant tax will be withdrawn The conservative element is not so en Â¬ thusiastic for hurried conclusions In fact tho commissioners although guard Â¬ ed in their expressions say that It will require two or threo mouths for a care Â¬ ful and judicious termination of the af- Â¬ fair and intimate that at least two or three reglmouts should be sent as a mil- Â¬ itary representation if nothing more policy to criticise it is of course a poorfor reason that the the chaos of Havana nothing but misery and want have ure vailed for the past two years among those who were in the lower straits of lifu They are even now rebellious and unless some positive methods are adopted more trouble is Bure to follow The harbor is literally covered with various products of the country aud it is estimated that thousands of dollars have beo loit owing to the expectation of those making the shipments to force an entrance Little or no sickness exlststhe streets being thoroughly cleaned Tho police fotco has been doubled as well as the number ol eanitary officers and the peoÂ¬ ple warned to keep iu doors alter uight- fall The Eagle King of All Birds Is noted for its keen sight clear and dis- Â¬ tinct vision So are those persous who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes styes Bore eyes of any kind or grauulated lids Sold by all dealers at 25 cents Â¬ One Miuute Cough Cure surprises peo- Â¬ The officials of the Henderson Koulo have always been liberal with the peoÂ¬ ple of Rreckenridge county Their latent act of generosity has been the placing of a passenger run on the branch According to their new plans a passen Â¬ ger train will make two round trips daily from Fordsville to Irvington thus giving the poople In the back part of the county opportunity to make all through passenger trains on tho main line There will also be a separate freight run two engines and two crews being used on the branch This new service will be of immense convenience and value to the people along the line It will allow them to make a trip to any point along the Hen- Â¬ derson and return the same day The liberality of the railroad officials will bo greatly appreciated by the people along tho branch road especially bo ns they are to have tho benefit of a Sunday train aud thoy will undoubtedly testify as to their appreciation by increasing their patronage 1 4 ple by its quick cures and children may take It in large quantities without the least danger It has won for itself the best repiitatlon of any perparation used to day for colds croup tickling in the throat or obstinate coughs Short Hay ties Lung Irritation is tho forerunner to consumption Dr will euro it and Bells give strength to the lungs that a cough or cold will not settle there Twenty five rents at all good druggists Candy Cathartic If C C C euro constipation forever fall druggists refund money 98S8SS8SSSS8mS8S Baskett Coal GIVES I Out Summer Ileat in the dead of winter 1 m v 0 pSS53 SCSSS30S5SS tt A iSsSSSS I dollars worth of it SCSg guvs Kiy V11W11 win go rarmer uian a dollars worth of ANY OTHER COAL II VJL jl 11 THE PRICE I VjVJtll 11- i 1rffl a W 0 4 l0bS3SSSS MORAL r vnro 1F nMnMn iwiiiutiuiuitKuw uuttn 3 W 3Btt3 dS m Buy your winters supply I NOW m-- 5g2 GttQ3iGifr33u4frb gfll ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO Pittsburg Coal Company BASKETT KY mm TMEt BRHGKHNRIDQH KEIWB GLOYERPORT KY Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY KEPT 21 1803 THE FIGHT AT ALB0NIT0 How Our Artillerists in Porto Rico tietia tielasr OAKOABntl swl ste a mildhve and elloetlva laxative they are almplv won BREATH I CANDY TRAOI aUHM BAD Behaved Â¬ Mr daughter aod I were bothered with derful lek stomach and oar breath was very bad After taking few rimea of Cancarets we uve improved wonderfully They ere great help In tbo family W1M1ELMINA N AC1IL 1137 Ulttenbousa St Cincinnati Ohio They dive Spaniards a Tate of kee Qunnery Yan- Â¬ SOLDIER WRITES FOR THE NEWS Special Correspondence to the News Mwrmtio By Coamo Porto Rico Aug 30 1808 request of several people of Breckenridge county I submit tho following letter for publication in your valuable paper After tho surrender of Santiago Do CURE CONSTIPATION tttiuc ftii i i i itt M Cuba we were ordered to load on trans Â¬ Bold inaranteed br all dmc ports and proceed to Poito Rico Mf During to HUlUlJIw gists and tiU KKTobaocoUablv our voyage I was too sick to remember how long it took our transports to reach Black R08C5 their destination Guanica was the nlace An amateur botanist In Veronezb Mr selected to land Thegunbbat Glousceptor FetisoiT has succeeded In cultivating went cautiously in the small harbor and roses of a pure black color His persist Â¬ commenced bombarding You could see ent experiments lasted more tlian ten from our transports Spaniards were flee- Â¬ years and be intends shortly to exhibit ing in all directions to escape the heavy his new black rosea in London fire the Glouscester was pouring into them when you In a very short time our infantry was You invite disappointment experiment DeWitts Little Early Risers pursuing them to the surrounding hills are pleasant easy thorough little pills By next morning everything waa un They cure constipation and sick head loaded and waiting orders to move After camping two days in this place ache Just as sure as you take them in mud and slush up to our ankles the Short Waynes expected order came for us to move in A Wonderful linn tho direction of Ponce with one days John Wanamakers Sunday school is forage for our horses Njght attacks an organization of 3000 members and were of common occurrence and al Â¬ his work in its management extends though they did no material damage A Great Seal even to the selection of the hymns the they served the purpose of the Spaniards awarding of prizes ranging from honora- Â¬ to allow us no rest which was not very of unnecessary expenditure of time and ble mention to trips through Europe pleasant to men who had been marching money may bo saved If you will only paid for out of his own pocket the per Â¬ all day through rain and mud keep a bottle of Dr Cadwells Syrup Pep After making several camps passing sin in the house Nine tenth of all or Â¬ sonal conductof a savings bank with hundreds of depositors and general di- Â¬ through Juaco Guayauila and several dinary sicknera is from the stomach rection of a secular school at which half other small towns we went into camp at keep that organ in proper condition and a thousand girls and boys receive free Ponce in a pouring rain After hard all will be well Syrup Pepsin is a spe- Â¬ work of our men we managed to procure cific Trial size bottles 10c large sizes tuition forage for our horses 103 in number 60c and 100 of Chas O Martin Eyes Are Made Strong Weak that bad been 2 hours without grain dim vision mada clear styes removed and hay not saying anything of our- Â¬ A Puzzling Question and granulated lids or sore eyes of any selves as we managed as best we could How much help is good for a young kind speedily and effectually cured by under the conditions of the weather man is an uncertain problem So mo- the use of Sutherlands Eaule Eye After staying three days in Ponce we times a relative can start a young fellow Salve Its put up in tubes and sold on received orders to move in the direction where most other men are glad to leave a guarantee by all good druggists of San Juan Here the roads were ex- Â¬ off and he will keep right along and cellent but still our Spanish friend was make his mark Otheis lack stamina Old Days In the Oood We came and moral backbone they will topple Some of the Angllsh eea captains of to be looked for any moment the last century received immense sums to bridge after bridge that were blown over faster than father can set them up fellow without a cent to start of prize money during the wars with uu by our retreating enemy Mines that while the had been planted across the road and with forges right ahead of them To Spain and France Commodore Ander Â¬ roalizB that success must come from his son in one cruise captured Spanish had to be dug up was another obstacle that caused delay But not far ahead own effort has braced many a common vessels worth 5000000 of which his boy to great deeds while many a smart share was 359000 Two years later the town of Coamo could be seen with a fellow has been smothered into common- Â¬ garrison of about 1000 Spaniards Capt James Talbot realized SGOOOOO for We commenced firing at different ness by the silver spoon with which he himself in the twelve months Capt Pownals share from one Spanish treasure block houses that were the outposts of was born his three the Spaniards and as they retired we ship in 1702 was 325000 A stubborn cough or tickling in the Lieutenants received ftr000 each and closed in on the town keeping them in throat yields to One Minute Cough Cure good range and by 015 a m the town 320000 went to the Admiral and flag and 382 prisoners surrendered tho rest Harmless in effect touches the right officers who were on the station though spot reliable and just what is wanted not preapnt at the capture Those were making their escape in the direction of their stronghold in the Albonito moun- It acts at once Short Haynes Â¬ the days when Spanish ships were loaded with treasure wrested from the tains wbero they had considerable ar- Â¬ SOME DEFINITIONS tillery and 3000 Btrongly entrenched in- Â¬ always unfortunate coonists fantry Our cavalry and infantry 000 Some school boys were asked to define in number pursuing them until they Discovered By a Woman certain words and to illustrate their came in range of their artillery which Another great discovery has been meaning Here are a few made and that too by a lady in this opened Are on them Seeing they could Frantic means wild I picked some do nothing with their small force they Disease fastened his clutches country frautic flowers upon her and for seven years she with- Â¬ held what they had and waited for rein Athletic stronjj the vinegar was too forcements stood its severest test but her vital orathletic to use This wound up this days battle with gans were undermined and death Tandem one behind another the boys seemed imminent For three montliB our loss very small but the Spanish Iohs sit tandem at school she coughed incessantly and could not was quite heavy Dust is mud with the wot squeezed On Aug 12 two days later our bat Â¬ sloep She finally discovered a way to out fins aro fishes wlng circumference recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of tery F 3rd artillery with five pieces of is the distance around the middle of the Dr Kings Nnv Discovery for consump modern artillery and 05 men under com outside Hon and was ho much relieved on tak Â¬ mand of Capt R D Potts recleyed or- Â¬ ders to locate the Spanish batteries in Marvels of a Graphophone ing first dose that she slept all night At 1130 a ra and with two bottles has been absolute Â¬ the Albonito mountain One of tho wonders of the end of tho we left camp leaving 48 men and one century is the home Graphophone ly cured Her name is Mrs Luther Lutz that Thus writes V O Hamuick Co of piece in camp as the captain did not will reproduce any kind of music or any Shelby N O Trial bottles free at Short think it necessary to take them along Bound One can arrange a full program After traveling briskly some four miles of the most attractive band orchestral or Haynes Drug Store Regular Biie 50c the captain halted the battery to find vocal music and vary it every evening and 1 Every bottle guaranteed souio place to go in action By this time Oa the Graphophone one can record tho A Wlerd Sight tite Spaniards had seen us and opened human voice or any Bound and reproduce A strange story of mirage comes from on us with their artillery shell and it at once lou can keep the voices of Mount Mansfield the highest point of shrapnel coming close We gat in ac- your friends to be heard whenever you the Green Mountain range twenty miles tion with some difficulty owing to the wish Graphophones made for home roin Burlington Vt A pleasure party fact that we could find no position whore entertainment can be bought as low as of four consisting of two men and their we were and bad to advance three fourths 10 Write for catalogue 30 to the wives were caught in storms that met of a mile under a heavy fire to an open Columbia Phonograph Co No 019 on the summit There was a great clash field Four pieces went into the field Pennsylvania Ave Washington D O of lightning wind and rain One of the and the fifth remained on the road men waa killed by a thunderbolt and the It was only the work of a minute until rest were burned and prostrated The all of our guns were doing excellent remaining man had barely strength work the first shot Kolng square into enough to wave his hand as a signal of their earth works 2250 yards Evory distress This gesture waa reflected on a man worked his best and every shell cloud overhead and the people at the seemed to strike right amonir them It hotel half a mile distant were astonish Â¬ was only a few minutes until we had hu demonstrated tan thousand Umaa that It U almost Infallible ed to see a huge hand and arm moving silenced their battery Up to this time FOR WOMANS to and fro in the sky far above the but little attcntiou had been paid totlier mountain tops But they know of the infantry but now we turned our guns on PECULIAR absence of the party guessed the cause them and it seemed they could find no WEAKNESSES of the mirage and sentout relief success- Â¬ place of safety in their entrenchments fully The phenomenon was witnessed as we could see them running in every Irregularities and derangement It baa become the leading remedy by a large number of well known elite his direction for this class of troubles It exert at the hotel a wonderfully healing strengtheniAt this time General Wilson ordered ng- and soothing influence upon the menstrual organs ono piece to advance up the road toward It cures whites and falling of the womb SAVED OUR LIFE some more entrenchmonta on the right It stops flooding and relieves aup- I being senior gunner of the battery in Do Not Neglect the Kidneys and charge of first piece was ordered to take position 200 yards to the right and front Dladdcr ol fifth pleco that had remained on tho WalsakskMBWll Disorder of these important organs road There I received the warmest re WWWWas7sl onuses Brights disease rheumatism pain ception I ever had in my life With a In the back dropsy and other troubles decreased number of cannoneers wo Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your worked like madmen but it proved too kidneys and bladdor before you realize hot and having our first lieutenant J that anything serious is the matter P Haines and three horses wounded by Often these organs are neglected until Mauser bullets we were ordered to re- Â¬ that awful malady Brlghta disease has tire to fifth piece and resume the fire stressed and painful aanstrnstlon ror Chanee of Life It is the best fastened upon you and death awaits its But the little bullets seemed to be com- Â¬ medicine made It is sensaclal Many miraculous cures have ing thicker and thicker and our ammu- Â¬ victim during pregnancy and helps to bring children Into homes barren been wrought by a course of treatment nition being expended we retired under for years It invigorates stimu Â¬ lates strengthens he whole sysÂ¬ with Dr Davis Kidney Tablet These a heavy fire intending to continue the tem This great remedy is offered A GUARANTEED CURB Why wUI to all aMIcted women table U are put up in the shape of a kid Â¬ dose early next morning when we re- Â¬ any woman softer another minute FOR ney bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ ceived orders from Washington to cease with certain relief within reach Wins of Cardui only eost HOO p nounced by the best physicians of mod Â¬ all hostilities aa they were making arÂ¬ Opium Morphine and Cocaine bottle at your drag store ern times to be the most direct in action rangements for peace and the next Tor 4M n owe ntsMsf sfeetal Mnt Habits Mi Drunkenness ions aubSrtM etvtne tymptomi Us LaAUt oa the kidneys of any remedy known to morning the white flag waa flying on AtoUory Vtparttiunl Th4GuitUiu0JilU medical science You can eat these tab both sides Mil Oe CfcHianaeiM Twtn for full particulars address Our loea was two killed and five let aa you would candy Send for free CsmsM I C Mif Rv J W SMITH Wins el Cersul at rsm Hi wlfs used STEVE P IIOtCOMUE booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all wounded while the Spaniah loss waa 82 ter taWsa el Iks iM H ftf mmm her He m f St druggists or sent on receipt of price killed and 105 wounded Lutktiik Ky I will ataio that their elevation above AH CorreepoaiieecaSirictlv OwSieatUt fO eentfl tad 1 Potent Taste Oood Do Good Never Sicken Weaken or Orlpe 10clio60c Pleasant Palatable bj cer Â¬ its was 150S fret which gave tliein a de Â¬ cided advantage The Spanish general was greatly surprised tho next day when ho heard of our small lose and said to them it looked aa if tho shell burst right among us but they nearly all wont high and oyer whilo oura dropped right in their ditches and exploded I have made two or three topographi- Â¬ cal surveys of the country between Gua- Â¬ nica and Albonito mountains and would bo pleased to send a copy but it would would be yery hard to understand aa there are notable eventa that would have to be explained All tho cities I have seen are of tho ancient type fiat roofod houses with streets narrow and dirty The houses nro without a pano of glass and a house is well furnished when it contains a bed and a few chairs Stoves are an unknown pieco of furniture the cooking being dono on charcoal braizera Their baking is done in large stone ovens the wholo community using the same oven The people are of a email staturo and vary in shades from white to the blackest there seeming to be no color lines They seem to have no idea of cleanliness Of courso there are n few exceptions There are quite a number of French in the towns but seem to hoof the lower class and not much better than the na tives Our boys are greatly in need of some tilings the scarcest seems to be to- Â¬ bacco and stationery and it is quite a common thing to bee loye letters written on the inside of a tomato can label Of course this is a good hint for his girl to send him some writing material Hoping the peace negotiations will proye a failure and allow us another chance at the Spanish fortifications I re- Â¬ main yours respectfully Cobi l W D Mussulman Gunner 1st Piece Battery F 3rd Arty LAND OF B OPPORTUNITIES Victor BowmcrSays Money Can Be Made in Porto Rico It Beats the Blue Grass as a Stock Raising Country HE WRITES TO W II BOWMER A Beautiful 0S W 3emh BY tabxiB Trains leave Louisville w follows O S W KAILWAY Clncinnatl and the St Loots and the West t No so No 16 No IS s 35am Bsjam 2 45pm iv uniiaviia Ar Cincinnati 615am 11 55am 6ofpm Ar Columbus I 05pm n 15am 3 5SP Ar Pittsburg 8 sjprn 75m 6 jo am It soam Ar Washington A r Baltimore 1 2opm 7 50am Ar Philadelphia 015am 340 pm Ar New York onn S5 Ar noston 300pm 905pm 16 has elegant Pullman IlufTet Parlor Nraln No Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Cinclnnell to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Train No 18 has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dlnlag cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No so has sltepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers Present FREE for a few months to all users of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH Flatlron Brand To induce you to try thU biand of starch so that you may find out for yourself that all claims for its superiority ani economy are true the makers have had prepared at great expense a series of Â¬ BA Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I WneSrtiai from our voyago over my company Com- Â¬ pany O were appointed to guard an am- Â¬ bulance train to the dlvistlon hospital exact reproductions of the 10000 originals by Muvltlc which will be given at Guaqoma forty miles from here you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below We returned to day after an ab- Â¬ These Plaques are 40 inches In circumference are free of any suggestion of sence of Beven days aud I received the Ho advertising whatever and will ornament the most elegant apartment first mail since my arrival on the Island manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its I received two copies of the Nbws your customers They are not for sale at any price and can be obtained only in letter and several others Felt some Â¬ The subjects are the manner specified what homesick upon hearing of Will be American Wild Ducks American Pheasant ing at home Would have liked ever bo English Quail English Snipe well to see him and to be in Olovernort The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life Each Our forty mile march was full of hard Plaque Is bordered with a band of gold ships A great number of our men Bu- Â¬ ffered a great deal from the heat many of them wero so completely exhausted ELASTIC STARCH How and footsore that they were not able to has been the standard for as years AH purchasers of threo 10 cent or contiuue the march after the second day six Scent packages of Elastic Starch out and had to be loaded on the wagons TWENTY TWO MILLION Flat Iron I rand aro entitled to ro celTS from their grocer one of theso packages of this brand were sold I suffered but little from elthor and beautiful Osme Ilaauee free The plaqnes will not be sent by mall last year Thats how good it is would not havo missed the trip for any Â¬ They can be obtained only from your grocer thing Our first days march took us ASK YOUR DEALER ETcry Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch over many swamps The rest of the trip to show you the plaques and tell Do not delay This offer was through the finest country I ever you about Elastic Starch Accept Is for a short tlmo only have had the pleasure to see The pas no substitute ture lands are even better than the Blue grass of Kentucky because the same amount of ground will graze twico as many cattle The cattle are flno I haye not seen one but what waa fat Many SHQDLD EVERYBODY of the lower classes live positively with Â¬ out work fruit and land crabs furniah Because it is placed here by the them with food and they do not wear NEW Y0RK DENTAL PARLORS more than enough clothes to wad a shot-Â¬ WW gun for tno benefit of the public that they may know where to go to get the best dental work at the very The Cathedral at Quayama was very interesting and I attended one of their lowest price mifcM TPPTH servicee which of course gave me an opWe extract ttetb 25 cents without pals WITHDUTP ATES --eBfissWsWf portunity to see many of the better class make a good set 01 artuiciai teem lor auu of people I haye picked up enough of Teeth filled with told and platinum alloy 75 their language to make them understand teeth filled with amalgam JO my signs and believe if I remain here a Teeth filled with pure gold 100 MtjijLJkMmmg and up few months I will be able to speak their language pretty well Some of the boys A guarantee given with eery fitting We have been established in Louisville for over ten say that they are comine back here to years Can give reference from but professional and business men in the city Remember the livo but many of them never want to New York Dental Parlors 542 Fourth St Louisville Ky see the country again and are very anx Â¬ I A fh Uake no mistake but get In the right place 142 Our system ofmaktng gold crown and bridge workorteeth without plates la the best known to the profession ious to be sent home With a little cap- Â¬ Peoplefrom abroad can come in the morningand wear their new teethhomesameday ital I havent any doubt but that most anyone could make a stake down here --M mwmm w jlMiill mi rnWTTrn mini r A small tract of ground will support a RATES a it ZVOlEVPZHOK Thorrcsentrllu locatsa rj Moiallntrwclttf Bftte wonderfully large number or cattle and keep them fat without any shelter or any other food but tho Brass the year round The ground too Is valuable or will bo in a few years too valuable to graze cat- Â¬ tle and I have no doubt but the price of everything will advance rapidly as soon aa American enterprises and capital come into the island Many streams of water which have their sources In the mountains water the island during the dry season Some of the roadways have aqueducts running alongside for miles One thing that has struck me as being remarkable Is that I have never yet Been anyone at work except one fellow who was plowing and another who was mend W S MILLER Jr Mgr AJHHBWJWJWMaiWWjrTj 4Rt ing a broken cart WsWaWsWMisW xne towns are an uituy in some places the atench is almost unbearable WHPt Arlrf hotel Tiie common people seem to have little or no conception of virtue or decency There are many people especially in Ponce that enjoy considerable wealth and appear to be far ahead of the major-Â¬ Best House in Louisville ity of the population being both wealthy and refined I once thought I was acquainted with mosqultoe but what they have here top If Worth Printing anything in that Hue I ever saw They settle down ori their victim in regular Twice-a-Wee- k swarmB and can bite eaeily through a pair of government trousers Fleas and other insects are plentiful but since we WaWVJ Lsaf I rWu BWaWMWaTflkMaU JsWf Courier moved our camp to the hills we have not WiuWWWaWWWWWfl Ml been bothered with them so much as we I 1 ir Wil Print It were when encamped on the coast side Most fascinating inven of the town tion of the oge Always ready to entertain It SowilltheBllECKENRIDGE NBWS and every Everything taken into consideration I requires no skill to oper Democrat every Republican every man woman or ate mm reproduce uiu child who like the country very much and if I find can read will want to read It music of bauds orches that my health is equal to the climate tras vocalists or instru U mental soloists There I may decide on trying for some sort of Other so called talking machines reproduce a position here after my discharge from Is a Democratic paper of six pr eight pages Isuied only records of sublects specially WeJuesday and Saturday of each week the army prepared in a laboratory but tho Graphophono The to such On tho riormanrca I have lived on hard tack and bacon Is not limited you can easily make and Instantly Wt tlneiday Issue prints all the clean news and the urapnophono Saturday Issue prints storlet Miscellany Poetry reproduce records any sound without a cuanitu for days and have at Thus it constantly of the voice orinterest and all matters of special interest awakens new n the home It Is the same time kept up a march of forty it charm is ever fresh The reproduction are edited by Henry Wattersoo clear and brilliant milts when some of the etrongeet men 10 in the company gaye out I have con- Â¬ GrapBtyfeeies are Manufactured under the patents of Bell Tlntr cluded that I am now hard enough to Edison and or llacdonaM Our establishment is bend the- world for Talking Machines qunrirr stand anything and after my army ex Â¬ Talking Uachlne Supplies Write for catalogue and You get 104 good papers rf six or eight pages perience any other undertaking will aeem each lor joc LESS THAN ONK CENT A COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH GO Oept 30 very easy to me in comparison Must PAPER now close 010 Pennsylvania Avenue Have had to write under USEFUL PREMIUMS very unfavorabls surroundings Washington D O Give my love to all New York Paris Chicago Are given club raisers and good pajlng commis Â¬ Very affectionately yours sions are allowed agents St Louis Philadelphia W V Bowmkb Washington Baltimore Buffalo Dally Curler Journal I Year 600 asaBBHSsaBeasstMseasssessessasatBcBfassiBBiJBeastti Dally and Sunday year JSpo Ponck Aug 31 1898 Dkab Unclk Will Would havo written you sooner but as soon as we were sufficiently rested GAME PLAQUES St Louis Springfield and lbs West Ar St Louis dally Lv Louisville Ar Springfield 8 40pm 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 l a m Is3oon No 10 s 35am No 640pm 1 8 8 13am No 7 8 topm 44 isam Charlestown accommodation leaves at 30 p n except Sunday Trains Nos 16 aoand 44 have elegant dsvcoachsi Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis To Got Thtm connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc address R S BROWN District Pass Ticket Agent B O S W Ry 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHESSBROUOH General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio O B TRAINS AltltlVE 715 am is 13 noon 640 p n is i am 3 to a m From West 7 ic a m is 15 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office southeast corner fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river For detail information regarding rates time on From East WAIIKBL Assistant Henderson Eoute Lonwille Sininoa St Louis Ry k 4 Â¬ Time Card In Effeot June 20 97 East Bound Lv St Louis Evansville Henderson Spottsville Owensboro Hawesvflle Cloverport Stephensport Irvington Brandenburg Arr Louisville West Bound Louisville Brandenburg Irvington H Stephensport Cloverport Hawesvllle Owensboro Spottsville Henderson Evansville ArrSt Louis Lv No 41 No 44 No THIS 1111 VQ f f III I i iNTEREST 503 622 10 45 603 1112 621 1235pm 745 1007 No 41 660am 715 7S8 818 917 9 45 766am 2 20pm 865pm 2 45am 246 3 7 3 44 4 40 310 328 4 fl 00 460 510 625 657 617 730 43 No 45 No Â¬ 9 51 720 1011 739 10 35 804 1135 12 17pm 9 47 12 40 1010 7S0am 851 915 4 50pm tl 643 96 1021 1036 1068 1245 823pm 931 952 1148 1223am 115 720 115 732 1040 l UTJ All trains run through Solid to Evansville Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trains oetwetn St Louis Evantville and Louis ville Numbers it and 42 connect at Irvington for Fordsvllle and Hardinsuurg daily except Sunday H C MORDUE A G P A Louisville Ky L H rv St L TIME TABLE No 10 h Fordsvllle Branch TAKING EFFEOT MAY West Bound Trains Daily Dally ex Sun ex Sun 30 1807 East Bound Train NoS 40 47 65 10pm 12 25 11 11 11 12 Dally Daily STATIONS ex Snn ex Suf No I No 2 No 1050am Lv Irvington Ar 9o0m 1125 8 00 Harned Junction Hardlnsburg Junction Kirk Glendeane Dempster 1235 12 1 65 05 Jolly 120 1 45 2 05 arKalUItougblv Dempster Rockvale Oaks Mitchell 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 42 37 37 17 OS 60 30 20 165 WILLARD HOTEL 215 230 2 45pm Ruth Asklns 5 44 6 38 5 0 5 25 806 510 6 00am ArKiMiville Iv Snila Rates200 and 250 BWWWWV Louisville HendersonSI Louis RyCo 3STO TIME SCHEDULE Tnlilug ISffect 4 It -- 30 oclck A K Snndt- - Hit 30 1237 P0B1r6 a Its rfuf Bound Traint 43 XatlSotmdTrotn Ma the Bxpra Exprs Dally 4 Mol STATIONS Exprs Bxpr Dally 12 35pm 12 20 1136 1128 1121 Daily 7 30am SW Wfvt mJmMWsW Journal 60pm 503 SI 40 6 48 663 8 00 748 tvUnn 2i 8 21 829 8 36 8 42 8 61 Â¬ 609 618 626 9 33 Â¬ 651 712 724 727 764 804 812 818 827 863 916 Â¬ 69 07 869 907 915 923 9 31 932 9 43 Wyst Point Howard Wlllowdale llock Haven Long Branch Brandenburg Ekroo Guston Irvington Webster Lodlburg Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops ptar Kentucky St Dally Via 1160am 6 65 1145 661 6 45 6 40 1112 1108 1063 1045 1037 10 3 618 610 60S 660 6 26 634 7 20 7 39 7 43 1011 1014 1025 951 966 969 1020 1015 1007 fill 6 30 Holt 1008 969 9 45 9 40 9 27 gig 6 6 4 4 618 0S 00 49 40 4 36 1035 1043 1049 1068 1106 1114 sI4 fr Price 50c a Year 8 33 8 42 9 06 9 21 1125 HSfiam 1146pm 1161 996 1166 12 08 9 32 989 1209 9 47pmll217 Salllman Hawesvllle Petrle Falcon Lewlsport Waltmaa Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlngly Griffith Stanley Worthlngton Read Spottsville 917 909 9 08 8 47 8 88 8 07 8 0s 864 419 4M 827 818 13 4 04 758 745 738 SM 868 S44 838 JH 964pk 1224 010pm 12 40pm sr Hffdw Bassett Spr aOI jfj I lv 7 31 7 iin 14hii 1 Â¬ iisif WRrwjga GREGORY Wiurfinistars CL0VERP0RT focal Agents CO KENTUCKY Sunday alone 1 Year J joo and 4s raake connection at Ir ylngton dally except Sunday with trains to and from Hsrdinburg and Fordsvllle Branch n7jn running Parlor Cars between Louis ville Owensboro and Henderson Only direct line to the North and East For further laformaUoe call on or address Agents or II C MORDUK A O P A Louisville Ky 41 Trains Nos Twice-a-Wee- k OMAHA THE Stemlreat Agents Courier Journal And Tha EXPOSITION EXPOSITION June 1st to October 31st GRANDEST Hemstead Fertilizer Cempany anil SliRdird Dealers In Oil Ceatiaiiy mm Beth oae Year WiP - m 125 Doors Bash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor Ing and Celling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement For Only Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handle Bricks Etc EtthMtM FnrRrtHrs1 fST uMtSl Ralhtlflg Material Mi Ws have made a special clubbing arrangement with the Twlce-a- - Week Courier Journal and will send that paper and ours for the price named to aH our subtcrlbers who will renew and pay In ad vsnceorto ail new subscribers who will pay la advance Sample copies Courier Journal seat free on application AH svbscrtpttsjM undsr tMs eHer must be seat to tax t except Worlds Fairevor planned in tho United States Located within cheap and quick acoeee of the entire Missouri and MiseiMipi Valleys at your own deow Through tickets beyond Omaha allow stop Â¬ overs Reduced exeumon rates to Omaha Take the Burlington Route the old and established yiM to and through Omaha in any di Â¬ rection mWAM BLLItWT L W WAKilJUY- N MRUP OUfVKS 00TfATI A DR QALDWCLUt BRECKINRIDGE NEWS UwWrMT t rK- - THJB IBROKBLlSEmiDCaia NEWS eUOYEllfFORI BY Opening summer of which she talkel entertain Â¬ ingly and reports that tlrno honored old resort as regaining its golden apple I often forget or unintentionally omit items or visitors who have come or gono 1 have no apology Never intentionally to mako whatever Frequently I am not nwnro of comings doings goingsany how I make no professions to being omnipresent omnlclslentor omnipotent but I strive to ever do iny duty In all things I sin indebted to some kind frieiul MIbs Tul j 0 Daniel I iiurglue for inter Â¬ esting lilcratuie from the Womans Mis Â¬ sionary Society- MIrs Tula I see has been made a Ufa member of llin society Our missionary baud here Is luke warm I am not a member I hear nothing of it dont think it has had a meeting with full attendance tor sometime At one time It wa ihurislilug and much inter est taken Young people often make a mistake in imagining thoy have plenty of time bo font them Dont run away with that notion you haye no such thing To be a useful or a happy man or woman one must labor Labor is sweet if one takes to it early Every man every woman should get rid of the false fever of life before he or she settles down to everlast- Â¬ ing ties Either should feel fitted for usefulness the early lessons of industry regular habits We as teacborsare utterly powerless unless our subjects work and their parents co operate I often wish pupils aud parents could taku our poai tlons for one short week perhaps we would have mnro sympathy nnd meet with more success - 3 pleased now that they can go to the city BEWLEYVILLE and return the same day and have the amjmjmjmjmjmjmjmamdfcjmjmjBAjmjmAjaajanAjalaatjmamamJai Prof Scott has been hero several days benefit of a prompt mall service Over Clydo Shumate is Improving a little hero we appreciate this thing and hope and nsurrected our brass band David Hardaway baa visited us again that tho patronago will be sufficient to A B Sklltman cashier of the Breck mantaln it Miss Ada Drury left for Louisville Fri Â¬ enridgo Bank was here Monday day to teach Joseph Teaf of the firm of Teaf and GLENDEANE Apple crop is dreadful short Well Hoben went to Loutsvlllo Monday most forget how apples taste Thu best sewiug machines in the world Rule day next Friday Dr Strother was Mere again Sunday for the money Call and see them T Mrs Milt Matbeney has malarial evening the guest of frionds C I ewls c initio right Jo you ffnrti fever with ouranmmucoincnta with Mrs Eliza Jolly will spend this week Examine Curries Fertilizer at Warned Mies Lutie Moorman has returned with Mr and Mrs Blon Jolly tin i nws o our great store for sale by Haynes Bros before buying Telling you what wn Imvn In from Cloverport Dr Henry Drury of Obambersvllle elsewhere iwll and what it will com unci Vennle Moorman has been several Texas is home for an extended visit what you can save by trading Daily George Beard of Eddyvillo was Please rval our ads hero days in Ixmlsvllle Prof Allen Stlth and sister Mabel visiting relatives In this place during yon will lii benefitted Make Miss Nellie Moorman was a visitor at here Sunday guests of Mrs T P Harda Â¬ last week our Btoro vour headquarters Falls of Rough Sunday way when in the city You will be Mr John Haswell who has been on made welcome whether you Styles Howard went to Fordavllle Sat- Â¬ Hat some time is able to bo 0 M Sanders who has been visiting the sick wish to buy or not urday returning Sunday old friends has gono to bis home In about again Tom Robertson of Jefferson county Louisville Rev George Hays wife and daughter OUR LINES ARE Misses Stella Paul and Clara Jordan of Henderson were visiting relatives was here with relatives last week Giorge Curtis of Albion 111 arrived visited Miss Lulu Drake of Mt Merino here lost week Hats and Fur- Â¬ Clothing lost Monday Brown McCubblns of Clovorport was last wo k to visit his son T L Curtis nishings for Men and Mrs Horace Stlth and Mrs Will Foster Hoyser camo over from Clover- Â¬ in town Sunday the guest of his sister port Friday to see his wife and daughter Roberts of Brandenburg are visiting Mis G P Haswell Boys Shoes for Every- Â¬ Mrs Will Smith Mrs Curtis now stays in the post office Mr E Barry Norman of Louisville Henry Morgan from Brandenburg was Nolle Ashley is no longer in the depot was tho guest of Dr and Mrs A M body Kincheloe last week Wash 8ipes of Meade county is build Â¬ here Sunday visiting friends and attend Wm Beard and wife and their daugh Â¬ ing a fino barn for Jesse L Owen and church services Send a mall order If you eant cotflo Money always re Â¬ The Epworth League Sunday evening ter Sallie of Eddyville are visiting their son funded on r quest son Morris this week Mr Darst drove to Big Cllfty Saturday was a departure from the old line and an Respectfully will accompany him agreeable one Charles E Drury was here Monday His mother-in-laRev W H Bruner preached in the and qualified as administrator of his borne To the Rescue W Baptist church Saturday and Sunday father W N Drurys estate Isaac Phillipps Winchester Tenn W 8 Beard is thinking vory strongly well known here is a student at Yale Sept 17 and 18 am Weather fine and we noto now and of moving to Louisville to engage in the this year Third and Market tobacco business with Mr Clios Reed Corn cutting molasses making and ot- Â¬ then that the most beautiful time of all Louisville Ky her usual fall work keep things lively on the year will soon be here Sometimes sayB Bulwer I think It Porter Bradshaw and Miss Bolle Tur W II Cain Sr went to Howells were better could mortals bo rid of lovo pin were married In this city last Satur- Â¬ the farm altogether Life bo thinks would glide day afternoon Rev W B Suead officiat Mrs Dewees has returned from Louis- Â¬ church Hardin county to attend Quar- Â¬ on smoother and happier without it ing ville where she was soveral days pur Â¬ terly Meeting Sept 13 and ltf Breckenridge News Friendship lie agrees is akin to the tenOur old friend Robt E Woods with Rev George Hays filled the pulpit at chasing goods der passion without the anguish- - That the M E church South last Sunday his wife passed through this vicinity Mrs Lucy Huntor and Mr and Mrs WEDNESDAY SEPf 21 1898 great philosopher was never more mis- Â¬ both at tho morning and aveuing ser- Â¬ Heyser spent the day Saturday at Mr visiting his sister Mrs Witt taken A pure honored trusting love vices Mrs M P Payne who has been visit- Â¬ Willie Owens mingled with respect esteem and admi Jobo Hook Jr is building a two story BRANDENBURG Miss May Moorman will leave alter a ing her daughter Mrs Sam Pato return- Â¬ ration never fails to mako womankind residence on his farm near town at the few weeks for St Louis where she will ed to her home last Thursday and mankind better wiser gentler more place where his old To my regret greatly I did not get to one was destroyed by spend the wlntor TJ Jolly was over at Rosetta Sunday God like It is the very wine of existfire last summer Irvington the interest of Sabbath school Miss Mary Peyton came up from Falls in ence when unalloyed spontaneous re- Â¬ He was delighted with his trip A brigbt clean and beautiful assort- Â¬ of Rough Saturday and was with the work Mr and Mrs D M Duncan have re- Â¬ sponsive between two congenial pure and was assurred of success turned from Cloverport hearts Bulwer like come other tran- ment of Jewelry everything new and of Sand Knob party The sorghum man lias again made his Lon Nevitt and Fannie Phillips spent scendent colossal minds writes from an the latest attraction Dont fail to see Mrs Foster Heyser and daughter Ray Sunday in Vine Grove left this morning for Leltchfled where appearance Given the delightful liquid unhappy experience How prone one is them T 0 Lewis he manufactures and good short biscuits G R Talier and Miss Leila Meador they visit relatives Jimmie Ditto has a position in a cloth to weigh anothers lifo in his own Fcalts and butter we find life a lovely dream He has never felt the passion he paints were quietly married at the brides home ing house in Louisville Miss Irene Board and Misses May The diflerence in the attendance at Misses Nannie Chllds and Lula Harris never been in the situation ho describes near Gatfield last Thursday the 15th by Dempster and Flora Til ford were guests the School Teachers Association Satur Fine from his stand point exquisite In Rev II 0 Hook at Col Eli Deanes Sunday are visiting in Louisville well does it show day show that his theory nothing more No matter The funeral of Jackson Marrs deceas- Â¬ Dr Fiemister social cultured and Mrs Dr Hardin has been quite sick that the people love colts bettor than how well we lovo we must feol that we ed will be preached at the family grave full of business coined money here last their children and is still on the sick list Lumber PaJnta and Oils are fulfilling our proper destiny and yard near Custer Ky next Sunday by week in the dental business Misses Annie and Lizzie Nevitt visited duties we want pride and prinpiple with Drills Fertilizers Wagons tho Rev II 0 Hook The District Teachers Association met Miss Edno Robertson left Saturday for Mrs R H Nevitt last week it No human being that ever loved Buggies Plows Blount Wagons at Bethel on last Saturday The attendThe people of the city are highly an absence of two weeks She visits in Miss Ella Hendrick spent Saturday and honestly and deeply a worthy object but And anything in the Farm Machinery ance of teachers was good but we were pleased to know that we are to have a Jefferson and Grayson counties Sunday with Lena Nevitt has felt him or beiself a nobler and a sorry to see so few of them prepared to regular passenger service You can go and Implement Line OALL ON The Glendeane boys will play the Mrs King has rented the Malin prop better creature Â¬ to Louisville and return the same day West View club at Ken Rhodes next perform the parts assigned them on proerty the late Lucile Home quarters gram Mr Driskell presided with abiti Walter Board colored arrived here Sunday This Is the deciding game GUSTON We know a little lassie fair very sweet ty and affability and made fitting remarks last week on a thirty days furlough from Conductor Jerry Tilford will haye the and fair who is sighing to attend a fair the army He belongs to the regular passenger trains on the Branch Lee upon most subjects which were up for discussion We were especially pleased Bernard Stone of Louisville spent Borvice and was in the fight at Santiago Mr and Mrs Geo Frymire spent Sat- Â¬ Montgomery will be freight conductor with bis remarks urging that the moral urday and Sunday at Judge Woolfolks Sunday with II L Bell New cases are coming In for Circuit KY Mr Dewees tells me that he has pur- Â¬ training of the children be kept abrest Mrs T E Couniff and daughMr and Miss Nelle Cunningham is with Mrs court as the time Monday Oct 10 for chased nearly twice bis usual fad line of with mental and physical Prof Crabbe Fon Rhodes to attend Brandenbutg Nor- Â¬ ter Marguerite returned home last Sun the convening of the court approaches goods Room to show tbom to the best was present and gave timely and instrucday evening mal Several new ones were filed last Monday advantage is all he needs now our minds tho near approach of the ence of the M E church South in Lou- tive talks George Woolfolk Louisville spent Sun A letter received from Klyde Adkisson Goldkv Rod beautiful autumn Then wo can take isville this week Foreman Matheney is doing some neat If you have a watch a clock a ring a day with his wife at her fathers Mr J states that he is still sick in a hospital in our baskets and stroll into the forest in work on bis section Indeed his taste Miss Daisy Meador and Miss Ruby musical instrument silver ware or any W Lewis Now York FORDSVILLE search of delicious wild grapes the nuts Miller go to Cecila this week to be the thing in this line needing repairs bring and work are sufficient for park and cem- Â¬ Mrs J D Richardson is here from Dr Rodney Shacklett of Ekron ex- Â¬ of many kinds and the honey flavored gueats of Mrs Ella English nnd to attend Georgia the guest of Mr aud Mrs R 13 pects to locate in Guston to practice it to me I guarantee first class work T etery purposes in our larger cities Bob Crider and family will move to haw the most excellent wild fruit of our the Baptist Association which convenes 0 Lewis Dr Dempster makes the drug store Shacklett medicine We are always glad to wel- Â¬ land at Rudes Creek church near Cecilia Tbo new passenger train on the branch ono of the pleasantest places in town Irvington Mr and Mis W II Richardson of come enterprising young men into our Sept 21st Drop in once and youll easily under- Â¬ Mrs Jones went to Louisville Sunday going to Irvington arrives here at 815 Louisville spent last week at Camp midst TAR SPRINGS a m and returns at 1133 a m and in stand why theres always a crowd there to buy millinery Herndont The colored people had a picnic at this ROME IND Miss Mable Smith is quite ill at this Carpenter R M Obenchaln is repair Â¬ Rev 0 W Heeaon left Monday for place Saturday and the muslo was a the afternoon at 5 p m and returns at Born to the wife of Moso Hawkins 728 p m writing with typhoid fever ing Tom Moormans house which was Annual Conference which Is in session feature of the occasion and if I could Sept 13 a fine girl Winnie May We are having moro warm weather Anotner wedding here shortly yes a lightning struck about two weeks ago Mrs Gilmore spent several days with in Louisville always hear Just such music I would not Mr Lew Pate wife and daughter Miss Chas Rioilieof Holt Kywas in town Miss Rebecca Offings spent last week core whether I ever heard anothor hand young lady of the town called upon Mrs The damage done will run to 150 or her mother last week Mrs Millo Elsie are all sick with malarial feyer last Sunday Withers a few days ago and asked her more Mrs W II Sargent went to Loulsvlllo here the guest of Mrs Geo Frymire and organ Mrs Maggie Pate is visiting her if she would play her wedding march Marlon Fite of Derby was in town Supt Drlskell informs me that the Monday to purchase millinery goods Mrs Blanche Fontaine Herman Kercher of New Bedford mother Mrs 0 D Hambletou at Tar This is alt we know about it Saturday eyening Teachers District and the County Teach Miss Llda Powell is in Louisville for Mats and Gootbold Kagln of Frank- Â¬ Mrs F Jarboe and sister Miss Olive Springs Henry Ackernian and family left for ers Association will meet together at Howard visited relatives In this county Z T Hardin sued out an order of detwo weeks to take items in the latest fort Ky visited Mrs G J Neff the post Mrs W W Whalenof Patesvllle was Troy Tuesday morning week Mr Kercber Is an uncle of Mrs livery last Monday for the wheat raised this place Oct 15 Program will be pub- Â¬ last week styles of dress making the guest of Mies Effle Harableton last lished next week B J Gerst of Louisville Ky mado a Mrs Frank Jarboe who lives near Sunday Mr A 0 Burton arrived last week and Neff and this was his first visit to our on the John Hardin faim The farm call in our town Saturday was rented last year by Mr Pate who Instead of running out collarless to Hardinsburg Is the guest of her parents bluegross state Ben is a was in his place Monday morning at the Mr Sylvester Monarch wife and Miss claims the wheat on the place catch early trains wo can now get full Mr and Mrs Howard hustler opening of Brandenburg Normal There was a very good attendance at Emma Sharp of Owensboro are still at Mrs 8 E Wedding and daughter 0 L Beard executed the bonds for the breakfast leisurely get ready and board Miss Claudia Stub a popular hand Â¬ the Christian hndeavor prayer meeting Quite a change bos been mado In our Tar Springs 7 42 train for Louisville and return Miss Ethel are visiting relatives at Hardin farm lost Monday but it seemed a Mr Wm Brickey and family of Pis some young lady from Louisville is visit- Â¬ Sunday evening These young people Branch road two regular passengers and need encouragemont and would be glad to be understood that the purchase was the Bame day if we wish gait has moved to his mothers farm on Dukes Ky ing her sister Mrs Wm Bewley one freight each day made for Tom Blythe Mr Blytbe is Mattinglys are cutting a big lot of lum Mrs Eugene Hall and daughter of Mrs Dr D 0 Posey will attend the to have everyone attend the meetings Hewitt Hawkins of Stephensport was Clover creek offering to sell or rent his farm on the ber with their mill in town Last month Rockport aro visiting friends and There is on Inspiration in members Mr Walter Smart visited at Tar guest of his sister Mrs W II Sar Â¬ M E Conference in Louisville this pike they surpassed all previous records doing the Lieut B F Haulaway has returned Borings last Friday tho guest of Miss relatives here gent several days last week week and then visit Lebanon Ky the biggest amount of work ever done There were several people in town MiBses Fannie Kraush and Amelia Bro IUtcllff baa been called as pastor Emma Sharp Mrs Jamea Blaud has been quite a with his company to Columbus 0 and Fuch atteuded church at Stephensport writes that if be can get a sick leave he last Monday to attend county court and with a mill and engine of their kind Mrs V Pate and daughter Miss Set of the Baptist church at this place and sufferer for several weeks We all hope I haye for sale in Glendeane one house filled his regular appolntmont Saturday tie visited relatives on Honey Locust Ky Sunday ovenlng may bo expected home soon As his look after the sale of land several of she may soon be restored to health which were made at the court house and lot well fixed well improved will captain was killed during an engagement Misses Alma Ackerman and Mary and Sunday creek last week After Lob Griefand Pain in Sun Â¬ in Cubat Lieut Hardaway will be pro- Â¬ door Tho old John Hardin farm sold tell cheap too small for my business Anderson spent Saturday and Sunday days Courier proves our young friend moted to take his place Mr I W Davidson and wife of Evans at 2000 DUKES anyone wish to purchase come and see with friends neur Derby Jas F Falrletgb a poet of feeling and ville Ind who have been at Tar Springs Respectfully J II Brown Quite a number will go to Louisville Geo Lindnnuaiin of Troy who is a Saturday evening Frank Miller one of Tuesday Nice rain pathos for ten days have returned home eainlulite fnr clerk spent Saturday and our Gusto u boys who enlisted in the frout this place to attend tho session of Joe Mattingly Glendeanes greatest Tobacco and corn cutting is the order Mr and Mrs Harry Leslie Bourbon Sunday in our llttlu town army as a member of the 2nd regiment the Annual Conference Those leaving hustler and one of our best public-spirite- d of the day Bondurant aud Lbwis Johonbolke Louto U Meters George and Lawrence Hucke BIG SPRING 8 A returned home on a furlough will be G W Beard and wife B F enterprising citizens has been chill- Â¬ by of New Albany are the guests of ville spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs E Born to the wife of John Dawson To say that he was welcomed home but Beard Miss Tula 0 Daniel Rev Felix ing for sometime At present he is un- Â¬ tiielr urotlier K T lluckeby Bondurant tamely expresses his reception He was Roberts V G Babbage and some able to be out and Is under the doctors Sept 13 a 10 pound girl The Rey G B Overton preached here Miss Myrtle WilllaniB lot last week Mrs Dr Burch and children have re- - beseiged with callers and was asked so others Mrs Rltchey we are glad to say is Sunday evenii g for Gatchel to visit her sister Mrs Cora care Walters We all miss Myrtle turned to their home here for school and many questions he doubtless thought he some better at this writing Ed J McDanlels son of Wm McDan Mr James Harned was iu Loulsylllo J D Babbage will be here next Fri- Â¬ Mrs 11 J May and daughter Miss musical advantages We welcome them was being interviewed by an enterprising lets was here Monday to look Sam Burnett is nearly past getting last week with stock after the day Meet him pay up your arrearage Ladosca of Cloverport Ky were the most cordially reporter He was the hero of the hour sale of his deceased fathers land at the and around with rheumatism in his back renew your subscription for next Mrs Miller of Hardinsburg is vis Â¬ BUistsof Mrs J D Krauscn and Miss Miss lone Dowden has bm confined and deserved to be for he has become a court hous i door He bid tint land for Fannie Sunday returning home that Charley Kabal is running the huxter iting her daughter Mrs G A Meador year If you miss the News now you evening to Iter bed for sometime with a slow veteran by the campaign In Cuba the heirs All of Mr McDanlels family miss the biggest dollars worth you ever wagon and will buy your chickens and Mr Jess Horrell of Cecilia was again fever She is doing well aud we all hope eggs and pay you the cash for them Last Saturday evening the 17th was now live at Henderson where they had a chance to buy HARDIN GROVE IND the guest of Miss Daisy Meador Sunday she will soon be able to resume duties in the tenth anniversary of Dr and Mrs moved shortly after their fathers death Farmers are not sowing any wheat Louis Ashley goes to Grayson county Miss Imo Rawllngs of Owensboro was fall millinery A J Tiuraphey was up from Cannel Baxters marriage Quite a number of Ed J has a position in the post office tins wee to get me Dest dim uog ever yet The grasshoppers are bo numerous the ttuest of Miss Maud Doran last week tou Thursday Mr Franklin Ditto Sr Is growing the immediate relatives including Mr and also ruua a store the would eat it as fast as It came up In this section This Is a fact if the dog George Llndeman Troy was in town Mr K L Cbambors of Louisville was more feeble He is at his sons Wm M and Mrs Lopp and daughters Mrs Hay Mr and Mrs R S Skillman leaves comes up to recommendation The bird From Saturday night until Sunday here Sunday the guest of Miss Lydia Friday and Saturday Dittos where he receives every atten es and children Claude Eliner and this week for Louisville where they will crop Is good this time and the hunters night we have four religious comings Miss Anna Dhonan la with friends in Clarkson tion and kindness from a professional Dwlgbt Mrs Taylor and daughter Jessie open a boarding house October first are happy In anticipation Cloverport Ky this week together and they aro all liberally repre Â¬ nurse and his children Mr Harv Jenkins of Glendale came and Miss Carrie Lopp of Indiana Maud They will be located opposite the Fifth Elmea Wheeler is attending the Just think of it I Two passenger trains sented down Sunday and was the guest of Miss Evansvllle Fair this week The late Meade County Deposit Bank Mrs Frank and son Baxter of Irving Avenue hotel and hav6 a first clasa each way every day aud a freight Nate Starks is at his with Frank Mr and Mrs J A Braahenr rimvn In has declared another dividend The ton were present The evening was building as good as can be found in the passenger accommodation besides I Sun Â¬ Clarks in the bottoms this week taking Ruby Miller Rome Saturday afternoon faithful cashier who served the bank Mr spent pleasantly and at 7 oclock the city Wo regret to loss Mr Skillman day service too We Mrs Akorman of Texas nee Miss of his cans Frank has been very people on the care Albert Dhonan attended tho Jamea L Fairleigh has been here at Â¬ guests were ushered into thu dining room and his wife They stand lilgb in the Branch are richly Annie Board of Custer is here the guest ttie Tar Springs last Saturday picnic at accommodated now poorly for some time tending to the business where an olegant supper was served social scale In this city sad have a world of Mrs G A Meadow Well all travel Thanks to the com Â¬ Hardin Whitmarsh left Monday for Fifty cent wheat and the many neces Â¬ Gen Clay still shows a friendly inter Thu house was tastefully decorated with of friends We hops they will succeed pany Mr John Meador who Is clerking for Terre Haute to attend the Normal saries ot life pertaining to the poorer flowers and the occasion will be one hi their new venture est inhianlrl wife Poor silly thing If Misses Bvrnice and Eunice Wheeler Tbete is this fall an unusually large class taxed to pay the war debt with a B F Beard A Co of Uardiusburg came were in Cannelton Tuesday and Wednes Â¬ The citizens of this town and in fact number of the she will marry Riley Brock let Iter take long to be remembered by all present hideous though harm Â¬ million interest bearing bonds and trusts homo Friday returning Monday day Devious circuitous Quite a number of useful tin articles all the towns along the branch feel un- Â¬ less Insects known as devils riding and combines exempt from the eonsequenpee Misa Mayme lUrnard of Louisville taxation Is Miss Ballo McGann will return home der obligations to Mr Hordue and Sup Â¬ horses paths are still n store for her Once in vere received If by chance you leave your only a few ot the prosperous things who has beeu a charming visitor of Miss Monday from an extended visit at La erintendent McOrocken for the new door open and oss Is attracted to your promised by a labyrlntbit la difficult of egress Ingres the gold bugs in order to Lydia Olarkaon returned home Monday Grange Ky ADDISON passenger service The public has al Â¬ light he can run you from is easy enough Mrs Daniel Schank returned home your room elect Mark us H McKlnley A good many from here attended the ways felt kindly toward the Henderson Thursday from a three weeks stay In The Misses Lewis entertained a most His looks and Impudence make cowards Gold bugi say Oh yes free silver is sale of Dr 1 U Lewis at Blue Ball last Terre Haute and La Fayette Mrs Georae Fetter bos returned to route aud they will be mors than of charming house party at week Misses us dead The little tap It resolved in 1801 Thursday ram interfering tiey finished L Hardin A Co will remove to Rome Lyd Jofits of Louisville Josephlno Louisville The children had a pleasant outing at wasnt BeriGsyet they may rest content Friday Things sold well as soon as the etore room Is repaired Mrs Minor and daughter Miss Nellie Ltyaadaja of New Orleans Eva Uensiey Sand Knob Saturday Llttlo Miss Kay that It Is a eorpse Bnt by the time the Miss Clara Morris returned to Louis Â¬ They will carry a large stock this fall and Mr Herbert Beard of Utrdiasburg Burks after a months absence at French Miss Adel Whitmarsh was tbo guest of Keysets friends wanted her to visit the psHs aro closed In 1U00 they will think ville Saturday where she will enter War Â¬ by Miss Nellie Groeno Lick Frankfort and Louisville have who Knob bofore leaving Gloudoass Under It was one of the hauntsst haunts they ren A Rbiraa Wholesale Millinary Miss Lydia Mason Cannelton and Ms MavHMj Ireland returned home Sklllraan Ky Ala LontsvJIfSi Monday the protoeUon and gnldanao of Miss ever sad to deal with during a presiden Â¬ house before accepting a position this weS7 Miss Leal MeAfse of Louisville is the Curs all llrsr 1IU bilious Uallle Moorman asd Mr Krnast McDon tial campaign had seek a pleasant visit lost Satur Â¬ I Jlah for Bryan and 10 fall Miss Anna Bagot was a pisiianesr e nest day from Mm Crawford of Long Branch guest of Miss Nslliti Burks Miss McAfee aeta iiullgvMtoa sour toav aid the trip was made Tfasotbergfown tol Rev Naton and wife AR Norris Mr tho west bound train Friday for St LssJn oiutipa whore bo will attond Haa aasaihsM ot tWporty were Miss Mollis Mary was a dsar pnpU in tfee past She Is not only chawing but plays bsautl TUr Mt Mallr with The chirping sriekst tbsgoldsn loaves Henry Penlck J B Oartsr and Dr aoooatpaaiod as far as school Btto was out mJu w rtH- - SoU kj wragglitt M fully osi the violin Clovorport Ky ky hma a tiafc a Qmmos Bafiuaa till Moor mau sod Miss Mary Peyton 1M Mir nil to Mm wMh Mmi S4fftf4riUft the MstansbeJy days all bring frssti to fitrotbsr will attond tlw Annual Confer hor nsotbor HARDIN8BURC2 JWjf JsyjFsysf JijTJJaPJPWjyjFlPg of the Fall Season M m d n I j - n LEVY BROS Â¬ there would be an army of men who chew it ready large enough to shovel to rescue it Spain off the map of Europe No other chewing tobacco in the world has ever had so many friends Bate was in danger I 1 PLUG 4 Â¬ Â¬ Remember the name you buy again Â¬ WHEN YOU NEED Â¬ R S BANDY 0 Â¬ Â¬ IRVINGTON Â¬ Â¬ A Â¬ son-in-la- wrlnod lil Hoods Pills bsbe i BMKWKWW TPff BRECKENRIDGE Tm D vf NEWS Eywyy fp Wfwjtwp w jujhjj- - jy sin 1 wrffT THBl BRKGKKNRIDQR jj 4V Q JMRWQ GUOVRRPORT iY Wl BlWi j Kdllon ui Frtprlitn 21 1898 WEDNESDAY SEPT EIGHT PAGES Wars may come and wars may go but tbo tax goes on forever General Milks knowledge of Indian warfare will make it easy for him to lift Algers seal p tough condition of affairs that makes a battle field safer for American soldiers than a peace camp The announcement that Maine has gone Republican reminds us that the Dutch have captured Holland The Dipper rile From EXPANSION Settlor Tellers ipeech to Um Colorado Stl Ttrrttpubllctn Convtotlon Dropper Thcro aro cough medicines that Its a In the recent state election in Ver- Â¬ mont the Democrats mado very large gains Who says the age of miracles is past CASZABhad his Brutus Charles II his Cromwell Napoleon his Wellington and the chances are that Agulnaldo will aro taken as frcoly as a drink of water from a dipper Thoy aro cheap medicines Quantity docs not mako up for quality Its tho qual-Â¬ ity that euros Theres ono medi- Â¬ cine thats dropped not dipped Ayers Cherry Pectoral Theres more power in drops of this remedy than in dippersful of cheap cough syrups and elixirs It cures Bron Â¬ chitis Asthma Croup WJhooping Cough and all Colds Coughs and affections of the Throat and Lungs I believe myself that we havo reached the point in American history when the American Union is to tako its place among the great nations of the world and I do not belevo that we cm cecnpe the responsibility that God puts upon us as a great nation any moro than I can escape the responsibility that is put upon me as a man We are to be a great family of tho nations of the world Wo have an in- Â¬ terest in maintaining peace and tho au tonomy of certain countries In order that these may be maintained You cant shirk it You cannot say as we said when wo had 3000000 of people that we have lost interest in ourselves in tho affairs of mankind wo have got to do it You have 76000000 of people you will have 125000000 in a little while Thoro will be no nation like it There will bn no nation in the world that sits with its front upon one sea and its back toward tho other sitting across the continent from the cold regions of the North to the tropics of the South with a wealth that no other nation possesses with natural advantages that God has denied to any Von cannot other portion of tho world Â¬ stand up and say We will keep liko like the turtle in our shells and we will not say what is to tho interest of man Â¬ kind and what is the interest of our peo Â¬ ple This great Pacific sea on the west will in n fow years carry moro ships and more flags than the Atlantic carries and more wealth The great Atlantic will not be tho front door and I would not be surprised if It should find itself the back door of the continent and tho front door Miould be on the Pacific sea Great possibility Shall we surrender it Theso Islands are In the lino of tho great com- Â¬ merce of tho world Thoy are worth million to ns and we can hold them We without any disadvantage to ns can hold them so they will be a glory to us and a glory to the people over whom we extend our flag and our republican institutions I am ono of those who be- Â¬ lieve that a republic is better than a monarchy I ballovo the voice of 100 000000 of men is better than the voice of ono man and I have faith in the American public In their intelligence in their integrity in their ability and I am willing to trust these great problems to them and I say we shall mako no mistake if we Bay to them We have put our flag here and by the Eternal that flag shall stay while the Union lives Heres the Newest News in this Paper The autumn season is now upon us and there is no more appropriate time nor more appropriate place than THE FAIR to make your fail purchases fashionablo fabrics Wo havo them color gives it that artistic tonoVel eganco and smartness so much in tho prettiest designs possible sought for by those who array In Dress is on a grand scalo themselves a la modo Goods you will find now forms of beauty anew series of cleganco that possess all tho elements of Tho woman who deliberately ig Their quiot comfort and beauty This is a perfect feast of beauty nores the claims of this stock upon hues mako them exquisitely elegant and color Ladies will find this hor attention is hopelessly lost to stock bo complete so rich that hor own interest Our shelves aro there will bo no uxcuso to go away burdened with fabrics just from tho from homo to do fall shopping If hands of tho worlds brainost stylo whose beautiful shades and tex Â¬ you lovo tho beautiful if you de Â¬ makers tures mako them justly tho most sire to see tho fabrics that aro now This is only Iho middle of Sep popular goods of the season tho fashion in Now York Paris tember but we can show you Tho lovely French and London in all tho great cen Â¬ ters of style in tho world call at The Stock Covert Cloths Â¬ All Wool Henriettas Â¬ Scotch Plaids have his lio Pilar Tiibre is a proepoct that Turkey will be carved before Thanksgiving day and that John Hull will sit at the head of the table and do the act Ayers Ckrni is now Thoy aro in in endless varieties vogue now and are among tho most whose beauty of design finish and Drap d Alma THE FAIR - WE MOST PLAY OR PAY Destiny has ordained that the Anglo Saxon race be the world ruler of the future Tho natural and Inevitable progress of the United States and Eugland seems bound to dwarf all other rices into insignificance England in years past stole a march upon all other European powers and hoist flag in every part of the habitable globe Notwithstanding hor empire is loosely knit and none of her colonies have been so consolidated as to develop their potential elements of power Britain has beeu content to go along in an independent sort of way treading upon the corns of her neighbors in every direction Pectoral for the half siz BARGAINS AND REMINDERS In France two ministers of war reThe United signed within a week Stales would be content with tha resig nation of half that number bottles half price 50 cents ti F Â¬ General Siiaftkb has presented Secre- Â¬ tary Alger with two Cuban machete General Miles will please take notice and govern himself accordingly Accordino to Collector Franks inter- Â¬ pretation of the civil service lawe Democratic office holders in his district have no rights that be is bound to respect Â¬ Aguinaldo confesses that he knows nothing of political economy but his continual kicks for pie shows that he knows a heap about practical politics Breckenridoe county with its big of wheat corn and tobacco is a veritable Klondyke and the merchants who get the biggest hustle on them- Â¬ selves will get the largest stakes crops A divine healer has made his appear- Â¬ ance at Evanaville and it is said is healing the lame the halt and the blind If he can resurrect the dead he will find Uawesville a glorious field of labor Japan is urging that Great Britain and the United Stutes form an alliance with her Let these three great powers get together and what theyd do to the balance of the world would be a plenty Â¬ The Texas will improve the Victoria road and extend it to Fordsville at least that is a pipe dream from Cloyerport Hawesvlile liaindealer Its a pipe dream but not from Clover port The number of pensioners in Indiana has increased over 10000 in the past eight years which qoes to prove that the Indiana man believes the pension is a good thing and he is inclined to push it along nent institution in this country is proven by the fact that there are three hun- That the pension system is a perma- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dred and fifty applicants for pensions who incuired disabilities in the Spanish American war THE CONSULS ANSWER There was a high compliment to Amer Â¬ icans in the reply which the British con- Â¬ sul is said to have made to a Spanish woman of Manila who had gone to him after Deweys victory and asked for pro- Â¬ tection Madame he is reported to have replied honor and virtue are safer in Manila to lay than they have been for 300 years PRIZE HONEY The law governing the distribution of prize money in the navy is a peculiar one Under its operation Admiral Sampson gets 1100000 while Dewey gets 0000 and Schley gets 15000 It will be remembered that Sampson hardly Bmelled battle smoke in the late war while Dewey the victor of Manila destroyed an entire fleet and added an empire to the territorial possessions of the United States Schley on the Brooklyn bore the brunt of the sea fight off Santiago If the prize money was divided according to the deserts of the men Dewey would get 100000 Schley why he might 1100000 and Sampson hold the bag MONEY AND LABOIl WELL SPENT Itoad working is about over with in this county This year marks a new epoch in road construction and main tainance in Breckenridge The people have awaked to the fact that good roads are the highways of progress and the overwhelming sentiment in favor of improved thoroughfares baa been fruit Â¬ ful of good results The county magis trates road supervisors and those who have worked the roads have put forth their best efforts to improve the condi Â¬ tion of the couuty thoroughfares Money has been spent liberally but economical ly in every district to achieve these results So far there has been the live Â¬ liest satisfaction on the part of the tax Â¬ payers for the benefits they have derived through the improvements They real Â¬ ise they have got their moneys worth tad the taste of good roads they already have has stimulated an appetite for Tb outlook for good road work more next seasoa la very bright RUSSIAS TRADE MENACE A probable menace to American trade in China is tho subject of a report made to the State Department by Dr Edward S Bedloe United States Consul at Amoy It is be savs the system by which Russian merchants will undoubtedly seek to expand their trade with the Celestial Empire as soon as through railroad communication is completely estab isbed between Russia in Europe and China vit Siberia and Manchuria Rus Â¬ sias success in central Asia in pushing her product ahead of her rivals will un- Â¬ doubtedly be repeated in China with a result serious to us where our trade interests clash with hers in cotton goods kerosene and flour Tho Russian system will be applied in China to all rivals in trade when the through railroad line enables Moscow manufacturers and mer- Â¬ chants to pour their products into the empire of China on terms and under con- Â¬ ditions which Russians will be in a posi- Â¬ tion to fix as tliev please It is obvious that Russias policy is not only the acquisition of an ice free seaport like Port Arthur or Talienwan Sho lias for fifty years or more been planning to capture the rich markets of this vast Chinese Empire and to accomplish this it was necessary to run a rail- Â¬ road through Liberia to a convenient seacoast port open all the year The concessions granted by China under the convention of 1895 were merely stepping stones for the Muscovite trader to reach richer markets It appears from the published text of the agreement which the Chinese Government is alleged to have made with the Russo Chinese Bank that the Chinese have bound themselves to charge one third less import duty on all Russian goods entering China through Manchuria than is paid on similar pro- Â¬ ducts from other foreign countries land- Â¬ ed at a Chinese port Export duties are to be reduced one third in favor of Russia All Russian manufactured goods intended for the Chinese markets are to be charged lower transit dues than those shipped from non Russian ports Such an arrange Â¬ ment for the preferental treatment of Russias trade would prove a serious matter for American manufacturers and merchants in the markets of the Far East and would deal a heavy blow at American commerce Dr Bedloe described the result in Persia where British trade in cottons was annihilated by the payment to Rus Â¬ sian manufacturers of a bounty on their goods exported to Persia which enabled them to drive their British rivals out of the market The Russian method says Dr Bed- Â¬ loe in conclusion if enforced in China will surely injure our trade in oil flour piece goods and other products we send to China when once the Russians have completed their railway across Siberia and are in a position to supply the Chinese markets with pre ducts of their own European factories We will o course hold a portion of the trade ow- Â¬ ing to the superiority of our American kerosene which is so popular that the agents of the Russian and Dutch oils put up their goods in imitation of and even brand and label it as genuine American kerosene This counterfeiting imitating and false labelling in Chiua is not con- Â¬ fined to unscrupulous people in the oil business but immense quantities of goods mado in Germany and also from Belgium and scales made in Osaka Japan are sent to China and palmed off as American products Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ el her JaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaLaaaaaaaw Â¬ The Continental powers were so absorbed in their internal affairs at the time that they did not pay any heed to colonial expansion and they let John Bull acquire the most desirable territory Now a new era has been inaugurated and all the European countries are looking about for new fields for their commerce and new territory for their surplus population In a word all Europe has become as ambitious or more ambitious for colonial expansion than England These conditions have not existed for a day they have fretted and irritated Continental Europe for Beveral years and it has been the desire of Englands rivals to clip her wings before it was too late The resentment of Europe has not been directed at England alone The prosperity of Great Britain and the United States is based upon manufacturing supremacy and commercial success Both countries have invaded the markets of all other nations and their great success aroused the apprehension of the Powers It has only been a short time since the Austrian prime minister suggested yes even urged the formation of a commercial zillverein on the Continent for the purpose of exclud Â¬ ing the United States and Great Britain from competition in the European markets This movement was directed againBt the United States on account of her growing prestige and against England because it hai always been its policy to keep itself free from any entangling commercial treaties with foreign powers Now that tho events of the past few months have made the United States a colonial power with possessions in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans her interests are identical with Englands The battle of Manila Bay has given Uncle Sam title to the Philliplnes and this has made her a party to the eastern question It will have the effect of causing this country to adopt a future policy that will be one of co operation with Great Britain It is the beginning of an age of race aggregation and racial unification We have been drawn into the game of international politics Formerly our policy of isolation allowed us to withdraw from tho game whenever we elected be- Â¬ cause we had little or nothing at stake But now with an Oriental empire in the pot we dare not throw up our hand We must play our cards or forfeit the stakes Kid Gloves Our great Bargain this week is a fine lino of Brown and Black Kid Gloves They aro 125 values but we sell them at Hats and Caps Our lino of Hats and Caps em- Â¬ braces everything that is season- Â¬ We have tho nobbiest and most able and you will only find 1898 Ncckwoar that can be styles in stock found in the Ohio Valley te 7Fft JU We have an unusually large line of the SELZ SOHWAB SHOES Prices that make them money saving values All sizes All Styles THE FJTtt7 gained new and important strength But this has not happened and for these reasons it can be fairly said that tho vic- Â¬ tory of the United States is a triumph for progression and a gain for mankind The New World power has now some new and difficult problems to solve Ouba will present a serious task and the Philippine question will be Btlll more complex and difficult Cuba can be managed by the Americans alone but the Philippines are a realm in which the interests of other great powers meet and collide From the manner in which the United States Government meets and solves this problem will be seen and demonstrated whether it can command the wisdom and moderation proportion ato to its opportunity and power Cloverports Leading One Price House Our Store Will Be Closed Again FOR ONE DAY In a few short mouths our interests have become so wide spread that very few international questions can arise in which we are not concerned The attitude of this country is already favorable to tho British Japanese coalition Tho possession of the Philliplnes would make us more so If we are to gain commercial supremacy in the east we cannot fail to assist Japan and England to thwart the aggressiveness of Russia in the Orient All far seeing people realize that the reactionary despotism of Russia would result in the destruction of western trade interests in the far east and should the leading Slavic race attempt to swallow AQ UINALDOS IGNORANCE China or seek to strip Japan of some of her commanding stations on the Pacific England and the United States would be bound to come to the rescue of Aguinaldo the insurgent chief who the Jap to save their own bacon This makes the two Anglo Saxon nations natural wants to be dictator of the Philliplnes allies has made a confession in which he declares that he knows nothing about Now that the American people through the fortunes of war have been com- Â¬ history political economy or geography accept a policy of expansion we must lay aside once and for all all pelled to He very innocently asked if Australia narrow and provincial ideas and realize that we are citizens of a great world power was a part of the United States Agul- Â¬ We must lose no opportunity of opening up fresh markets for our manufactures naldo does not want a protectorate or a A settled course of trade is not easily diverted and by establishing ourselves in as provisional government over the Philli- Â¬ many and varied fields as possible wo shall make our commercial supremacy a plnes He says he wants absolute inde- Â¬ certainty pendence His conception of independ- Â¬ ence is anarchy pare aud simple and as Our position in the east makes it necessary that we establish coaling stations all anarchists look alike to Uncle Sam and maritimo bases for our fleets and merchant marine at such stragetic points in Agulnaldo had better not try to put bis the Pacific as will aid in protecting our interests We should hold the whole of principles into effect If he should he the Philliplnes not as the spoils of war but because of their utility Should we will be taught some history lie will fail to hold them we will be committing commercial suicide find out what the United States did to anarchists at Chicago and he will Sooner or later a powerful European coalition will be formed that will be di- Â¬ be used as an object lesson to impress rected against the Anglo Saxon race England or the United States would not be the fact upon the Philliplnes that Uncle able to bear the brunt alone Both must form an alliance to hold their own Such Sam is a dangerous person to monkey a romoinatlon would give us naval predominance and would make us too strong to with be attacked by other nations Russia is the great coming power and if we hold the Philliplnes we will have the Muscovite to reckon with It will be a fight of the Anglican race against the Slav Kindred Interests kindred ideals and kindred blood will draw Britain and America together in the fight and it will result in the supremacy of Anglo Saxon arms It has been ordained by destiny that the Anglo Saxon race be the world ruler of the future GERMAN PRAISE FOR US ConsulGeneral Mason at Frankfort Germany has sent to the State Depart- Â¬ ment the translation of an article in a re- Â¬ cent iasuo of the Frankfurter Zeltung a paper which was conspicuous among the German press for its friendliness toward tho United States throughout the war with Spain which is particularly appro pos just now It discusses the results of the war The conclusion of peace which ends the Spanish American war marks a new epoch In history not only for the United States but likewise for Europe The United States has taken an important step toward the exclusive control of the American continent it baa also reached beyond that and claimed its share in the conduct of the worlds affairs Sinco it now controls the West Indies the con Â¬ struction of the Nicaraguan Canal will be no longer delayed Then will the eastern and western portions of the Uuloa be Drought into closer relations which will be of Important significance not only for the commerce but for the nayal power of the United States From San Francisco westward by way of Hawaii aad the Ladrow and Inilip-pine Islands which will be developed into strongholds of American power the United States will reach across the Pa- Â¬ cific ocean to the Asiatic coast and will have a powerful voice in deciJlng the destiny of Eastern Asia for it has there just as important commercial interests to foster and protect as any of the Euro p an powers That it realizes fully the importance of this and other questions at nnue is evidenced by the promptness with which it is proceeding to a notable strengthening of its navy and standing army The people of the United States la respect to their resources and capacity of performance can no longer be com Â¬ pared with any other single nation the comparison must be made with tha sa- Â¬ tire rest of the world They form the clearest and most convincing proof that the United States Is In fact a great world power and as saeh must have a world policy What would have happened had Spain triumphed la this war NaMoaal dark Â¬ ness narrowness aad corruption would have prevailed and everywhere the ad voeates af pellUeal and clerical absolu Â¬ tism whleh the Spanish governmental system breeds aad teeter would hava THOUGHTS ON THE WAR Let us pause upon the Mb Editor threshold of our discourse to pay a trib- Â¬ ute to tbo heroes On either side has beeu manifested the noblest courage and patience and endurance Thousands of youths havo dropped the blossom of their lives Alas that for so many it should be a death utterly dead I More and more will years reveal that young Spanish heroes died for an eyil cause Would that so much bravery had had a better cause Time wilt bring no venerableneas and no affection to defeated tyranny Nations enthusiasm never go backward to search for deeds of oppressors to gar- Â¬ land them with evergreen honor They die indeed who die for monarchy And lapse of years and growing justice and uobler humanities will only make the mistake more dreadful and thair oblivion more certain It la indeed a sad future for those who mourn for sons slain under the dark banner of monarchy No fu- Â¬ ture historian will feel sacred enthusiasm in recovering their names No com- Â¬ ing pillions will teach their children to lisp their names with gladness the best that can be done for them by patriotism is to draw a veil over their Uvea and to 1st than be forgotten Over their burial pound the hand of charity eaa write e thhi M ttwir naaws and mistake be But bow bright are the eaaetteq hoaoi wbieh awaits those who with saani fortitad and patriotic patience have eadnred all thing that they adht say their aatiye lead from the power of 1 MONDAY SEPTEMBER us every 26 VI J On account of Yom Kippur the day of Atonement which is observed by year In order to make up for the loss of so many hours we have determined to make a remarkable offer of spec- Â¬ ial reductions in prices for the fol- lowing week Respectfully Yours H BAKER - - - 1BE - - - BROS Oreen Flag Bargain Store Peoples Protection From Higlj Prices COME TO CLOYERPORT This is a year that is full of promise The large crops that have been raised in Breckenridge and the surrounding coun- Â¬ ties will bring a large amount of money and the farmers will be in better financial condition than they have In years past They will buy more goods than they have been accustomed to and will do their trading where they will reap the greatest advantages Cloverport invites the country people to come here The merchants have larger and finer stocks of goods than The prices have been ever before marked down lower than ever before and both these advantages should be considered The roads that enter the city have been improved and the farm era and their wives will find that a day spent here in trading and shopping will be a profitable one Â¬ corruption The Cuban Thoy that died for a good cause are redeemed from death Their names are gathered and garnered Their memory is precious Each place grows proud for them who were born there There is to be ere long in every village and in every neighbor Â¬ hood a glowing pride in its martyred heroes Tablets shall preserve their names Pious love shall renew their in scriptions as time and the unfeeling elements decay thorn And the national festival shall give multitudes of precious names to the orators lips Children shall grow up under moro sacred inspir Â¬ ations whose elder brothers dying nobly for their country left a name that hon Â¬ ored and inspired all who bore it Or Â¬ phan children shall find hundreds of fathers and mothers to love and help those whom dying heroes left as a legacy to tha gratitude of the public Ob tail me not that they are dead that generous host that airy army of Invisible heroes t They hover as a cloud of witnesses above the nation Are they dead that yet speak loader than we caa speak and a more universal language Are tbsy that yet act Are tbsy deed that yst move upon society and iafir tha people with nobler motives aad more heroic patriotism Ye that mourn let gladness mingle with your tears He was your boh but now he is the aatioos He made your household bright ow his example Inspires a thousand hease holds Dear to his brothers aad sisters he Is now brother to every geaeroas youth in the land Before he was Bar rowed appropriated shut uptoyoa bow he is augmented set free aad jrivett to all He has died from the family that he might live to the aatloa Nat e name shall be forgotten or neglected and It shall by and by be eoaoosod as of aa ancient hero that ha did tot his country by his death thaa by his wbols Hfe H II HAYxas Garfield Ky Sept 15 18W bn Star WHIP TalA W1 taTeta tuulAjUaf pValVWIV dd seea at Intervals el thirty three aad eae quarter yeaw is dee Neeaber 19 ar 18 1869 Bat oa tlw saate dates this year eoaaiderahle display WaxaastmLa Ibasa meteor apposed to b a ewes matter Haiti reader taaailisaf by frteUoa with tha earth atoaoaphaia UM aaAtfaaaatt WaTWvfW valala WTFffWi Lai Ht TOE BROKBWSlRIIDK NWS OIxOVElHFORa KY For Hmmduoha t PERSONAL MENTION Fred day Dr A Do believe there ever was so good a pill as Ayers I have been a victim of ter rible headaches and never found anything to relieve me so quickly as I dont Haven wont to Louisville Sun Simons Â¬ A Sunday was in Owensboro Mon Â¬ A STRANGE STORY An Ohio County Alan Says He ERUNAS SPLENDID TEACHER VICTORY Dr S B Utrtmtn ASVVlSVVf9v John Vest was In HardlnBburg day on business V Q Babbage of Hardlnsburg was In Was Drugged And While In AYERS PtLLS CL NEWMAN Dug Spur Va Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY 8EIT 31 1808 e r4444 t zers Nlee Line of umbrellas Sulzers Splendid line of new trousor Sul Â¬ tho city Thursday Hal Murray went to Hardlnsburg Monday on business Fred Kralzn lias returned from a busi Â¬ ness trip to Cincinnati Mr and Mrs Chas P Babbage return- Â¬ ed to Louisville Saturday Miss Margaret Bowmer has returned from a visit to Louisville Rev B F Cashman of Calboon preached at Sample Sunday Mrs Dr Hartwell of Louisville is the guest of Mrs David Van Alstine Rov T V Joiner is attending Method 1st District Conference at Louisville John Phelon who has been visiting at Owensboro has returned to tho city Frank Haswell and his handsome little boy Shull were- in Louisville Thursday Mrs James V Mattlngly and child- Â¬ ren are visiting at Louisville this week Miss BeBsIe Jarboe wiio has been visiting at Sklllman has returned home Mrs L P Birk of Owensboro is the guest of her aunt Mrs Jas II Moor- Â¬ man J A Elder of Owensboro who has been visiting at Irvington has returned home Mrs E S McAfee who has beon visiting friends at Owensboro has returned home Eugene Gilliland of Stephouspnrt passed through this city for O vensboro Sunday Miss Lillie Hcott of Hardlnsburg was the guest of Miss Bessie llnmbleton Sunday Sam May and family of Hardlnsburg were the guests of Mrs Thomas W Lewis Sunday W M Ditto of Brandenburg was a passenger on the morning train to Louisville Thursday Mrs H J May and daughter Lodosca were the guests of Miss Fannie Krousch at Rome Sunday O M Barkley one of the best farmers in the Stephensport neighborhood was in the city Mouday Hon Chapeze Wathen attorney for St L road was in the city the L H Friday on business Miss Mayme Dellaven has returned home from a very pleasant visit with frionds at Irvington Miss Anna iRlebart of Evansvilie is the guest of the Misses Margurite and Elizabeth Bowmer Jesse Miller of Sample was in the city Monday attending the funeral of his brother Peto Miller Israel Baker of the Green Flag Bar Â¬ gain store of Hardlnsburg was in the city Friday evening Miss Marion Bowmer left Tuesday for Oxford Ohio where she will resume her studies at college Dr Forrest Lightfoot of Hawesvillp was in the city Monday attending tho funeral of Peter Miller Frank McGary and wife of Kirk were in the city Saturday and Sunday visiting Mrs Thomas W Lewis Miss Mary Marshal the charming guest of Miss Linnle DHuy has return- Â¬ ed to her home at Louisville Mrs J F Keith went to Lowisoort Friday to be at the bedside of Mies Leila Daniels who is dangerously ill Â¬ a Stupor Forced to B otme a Bigamist urns aVfaV What Two College Professors DkxhSib Ifcel Say of E C Crabbc U llkeanewwoman Cotu but O PERMANENT PROFIT i Can Only Come From Satis fied Buyers mevrrr filter II Mrs home See those wolen remmants on bargain counter Sulzers School books and school supplies at Cabbages Go to Babbage for your school books and school supplies Special sale of corsets Selling them at 25 35 and 40 cents Sulzers Money is beginlng to circulate more freely in the county and merchants re port brisk trade The scarcity of farmers in town Satur day was duo to the fact that nil were busy housing and cutting tobacco Bobbie J the son of M F Leaf of ToLIuBport has beon sufiering with ma Â¬ larial fever for tho past three weeks A Louisville excursion boat loaded down with passengers passed down the river Sunday on its way to Evansyllle The Fair was closed Saturday tho proprietor observing the Hebrew holiday of Roeh Ashonab tho Jewish New Year The apple crop will be very short this year Many orchards are barren of fruit The scarcity is already causing high prices Corporal Walter Estes of the United States Army is home from Montauk Point on a thirty days furlough Array life has made a great change in him Chief Engineer Hudson of the Hen derson Route went to Richmond Va Saturday to visit his family who are visiting friends and relatives at the capi- Â¬ tal of the Old Dominion Tho Henderson Route engines will soon be decorated with the trade mark of the road It will be inscribed on the engines in red and white and will make the locomotives look much more attract ive B W Noel A DEPARTURE Is very ill at her FsglBBer Buckby Will Introduco Wrinkle In Crops a New Emmet V Gate whose father runs the Sulphur Wola In Ohio county aud who la In the jail at Louisville awaiting trial for bigamy in a statement made Sunday afternoon declared that he was drugged when ho was married to wife No 2 who was Mary F Wallace In Jefiereonville He vows that he did not know lie was married to tho woman until detectives Hlckey aud Donaliu placed him under airost on a wntrnntSAorii out by wife No 1 It Is stated in view of this development that Mr C J Cecil the prominent politician aud father of wife No 1 will not prrsecuto the case It may be true said Gate that I was married to Mary Wailaco without securing a diyorco from my 11 ret wife but I did not know it and I cau not Bwear to it now I remorabf r that I entered a hack with Mary and another woman late in the afternoon of August 14 I also remember that we drove to the ferry dock at the foot of First street I never had a cent I havo learned since I have been in jail that all tho exoenses of the trip were defrayed by the women I can prove that I aBked for a drink of water while on the ferryboat and tried to gft out ol the hack but one of the women held me nud paid a negro to bring trip a drink I was ina stipor for a day or two after that night Mary Wallace had beg Â¬ ged mu timt and again to marry her I always refused aud told her that I had a wife and children I never dreamed that I was married to iter till the day of my arrest I ridiculed the idea when the officers told me that I was wanted I asked them if they thought I had no more sense than to commit such a crime in a place where my wifes relatives and I are so well known Do you remember paying for tho marriage license was asked I never paid for anything and never I dont replied Cate saw the licenso even remember of seeing the magistrate who it is claimed married us Who administered the drug 7 You can draw your conclusions an Â¬ I can not prove who gave swered he it to me but I can prove beyond dou t that I was drugged and never knew tho least thing about the marriage I under- Â¬ stand I am to be tried in Indiana I am perfectly willing to go I am innocent and know I will be cleared My father in law Mr C J Cecil who came to town several days ago talnvestlgate the case will not prosecute me as was first reported I have not seen my wife but I am sure if she know the real facts in the case she would not cause any further trouble Cate is well known to many people in Breckenridge county Â¬ Â¬ Read what President James K Patter Â¬ son L L D of State Colloge and Chas Lewis Loop I D L L D of Kentucky University have to say of Prof Crabbe o Irvington aud his work and we think you will bo convinced that be Is the man to whom you cau confidently entrust the education of your eons nud daughters Lexington Ky Jan 23 1802 State College of Kentucky Presidents Room Prof E GCrabbo has been known to me for some years personally and by reputation He has been a teacher for 10 years teaching in schools of high grade serving the public with great acceptability in love with his professlmsbearlng tho chai acter of an earnest diligent and sneers -ful Instructor I take great pleasure In commending his services and himself Jambs K Patterson President Lexington Ky Jan 8 1807 Mr E C Crabbe now President of tho Macon District High School at Clarence Shelby county Mo was formerly a teachor In From the well this State Kentucky prepared students that came from his hands to Kentucky University I learned to know Mr Orabbo as an excellent teacher as also from the reputation lie HOPE HE WILL REMAIN has among the people where he has beeu teaching as a man of admirable qualifiHas Made a Most Valuable Brother Joiner cations in his noble calling It is always Pastor with me an eminent test of what a teacher is to find what he has done with The work must pralso the The Rev T V Joiner pastor of the Ills students Methodist Episcopal church of this place master Chas Lkivib Loos has just closed ills conference year here Brother Joiner is one of the hardest President Kentucky University Lexington Kentucky woi king ministers that ever had charge of this pastorage He is a consistent BROKE HIS LEG christian gentleman and his earnestness and consecration to the good cauBe has made him a most valuable instrument A Tobiniport Man Was Badly Hurt By a Fall for good in this city He is a man of broad sympathies of splendid erudition John W Lyons a citizen of Tobini Â¬ and his knowledge of human nature port met with a very palntul accident makes him a magnificent workor Â¬ He is very popular with our people last week wlillo working on a cistern belonging to his J T Tate near and it is the universal desire that he be Derby again assigned to this charge The scaffold on which he was at work Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that gave way and precipitated him to the bottom of tho cistern The force of the Contains Mercury as mercury will surely destroy tho sense fall broke his leg above the ankle The of smell and completely derange the bono was broken and protruded from the whole system when entering it through leg His ankle was also dislocated The Such articles victim formerly resldod in this county the mucous surfaces should never be used except on prescript- Â¬ and was well known ion from reputable physicians as the FAIR AT BEAVER 0AM damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly deriyo from them Five Thousand Dollars Raised For an ExHalls Catarrh Cure manufactured by position Next Year Cheney Co Toledo O contains F Â¬ Â¬ Pe-ru-Pe-ru-Â¬ Â¬ son-in-la- Your medicine has helped me so much that I can vrork and never feel tired out Whcnlfl it began tonse your medicine I couldnt sweep my own room run the sowing- - machino or lift anything not eTen a chair It even hurt Now mo to ride or walk any distance I can do all this and I believe more and never feel the effects of It I feel so proud of the way It has brought mo out that I tell it far and near I can heartily recommend your medicino to any woman suffering from femalo dis ease I know from experience that your medicine will do just what you say It wilL I thank you Doctor a thousand times for your treatment I shall recommend your medicino wherÂ¬ ever I go I know what It has done for me and I know It will do the same for others I feel that there are thousan da of other women who would after using your treatment as I did be thankful I am so glad I got your treatment This month is the first time in my life that I can remember of having my menses without pain Why I cant do anything1 but recommend Miss Emma L Boldcn Wilberforce O Medicine Co ColumThe bus O will mall Dr Hartmans special book for women free on application to womenonly AlldrugglstasellPe-ru-n- a mw tub since using your a Head of the New Irvington Celleg a Fair Educator XTn fn ho n flvorl T rinrrln nnrl If to fVin nnn t on which we conduct business If you buy goods in our grocery department in our 5 dry goods department in our clothing department we pledge you our honor to give you your moneys worth Economy Makes an easy chair for old ago Save 20 cents on the Dollar by buying your Shoes from us We have them in all grades and stylos for Ladies Men Girls Boys and Babies SULZERS evmtifeavAasVByTAvvaj ATTEND SVS 1 LYDDANS Great Colt Show AT IRYINGTON SATURDAY J ir L 1 A GOOD FARM Engineer J E Buckby of the Hen- Â¬ derson Route has purchased the Fralze farm on the Hardlnsburg pike The farm is composed mostly of hill land and it is Mr Buckbys intention to Introduce a unique crop for this section of the country He proposes to plant Eugiish walnuts Japanese chestnuts and trees of these varieties As there is always a fine demand for these nuts at the very best prices and as the trees bear prolificly In this climate it will be a very paying crop Another feature will be a large vine- Â¬ yard wherein will be planted the choicÂ¬ of the Cincinnati M B Marlowe est kinds of crapes for table use market Cooperage Company has moved his fam Â¬ purposes and wine making ily from Patesville to this city He will also devote a large acreage to Mr and Mrs Wrri Witt and Mrs 8 yarloua kinds of fruit H McCracken have returned home from a woeks visit at Hardlnsburg A New Addition Mrs W O Moorman who has been Irvlngton Is growing so fast that hard Â¬ guest of Miss Amanda Dean at improve Â¬ the ly a week passes but some new Glendeane returned home Saturday The latest under ment is undertaken 8 G Hall brother of ex city marshal way is the construction of an addition to from Webster R 8 Bandys store It will be 38x110 John Hall came down Monday and is the guest of the latter two stories high feet in dimension and This will make his establishment one of Misa Georgie White who accompanied the most extensive in the county Miss Mannie to Belmount College Nashville is expected home In a few days SLICE W O Moorman has returned from Winston Montana where he has beeu spending the summer looking aitor some I 1 mining interests I Miss Margaret Sklllman went to Louis-Â¬ ville Monday where sho will remalu until Wednesday and will- - then return to college at Oxford Ohio J A Heston and R 0 Willis of tho Willis have roturned firm of Heston from Cincinnati and Louisville where thoy went to purchase fall stock Mrs Morris Beard Miss Mlunle Mur ray aud Miss Mary Beard of Hardlns burg were In the city Friday and Satur Â¬ day visiting friends and relatives Logan Murray president of the American National Bank of Louisville spent Sunday at Tar Springs the guest of Mr and Mrs A R Fisher and Mrs F Fralze IF SO LET U8 SELL YOU Mr D Henlon and daughter Grace went to Louisville Friday Mr Henlon family have moved from this city to witblB 5 nils of Oweasboro Ky la and county In Western Kea- - Louisville and will reside there perma Â¬ Daviess the bet nently 876 acres oae half geatly rolling the Mrs Jake Payne bar bob Grayson and balance la rich creek bottom 275 acres In high state of cttltivatfon 100 acres la her daughters Annie and Hewitt and Andrew J Keys of Lodiburg were the woodland bluegraas screws luxuriantly Baildlnge A splendid roomy two story guests of Mr and Mrs Augustus Gibson nawion surrounded by forest tree Sunday three tenement bousw two barns one Coleman Haswell who has been la tobacco barn holding 35 acres of tobacco ose eattla barn which will also house 15 eastern cities buying goods for the firm teres tebaoso stable 140x48 with 44 of B F Beard A Co of HarcHBiburg BOXsUlN eceUaOOO never falling wll through town Friday evealg oh inside eons cribs with capacity of 4000 passed wehards one old and obb tils way home bvebeie two sew Piee per acrn is only 30 It Mtes Nora Dowell of Nashville Taaa would be eueap at 60 per acre This Is who has bam the guest of eagiReer Sam farm awsgHiflOMU stock W Wis aad faailly west to Ueaderaoa Moatlay where she will vielt for a few I u 4 TMf Mrtt days awl will Utaa return to Iter boat ON STRIKE Out Miners At Spottsvllle Have Walked Basketts Not Effected no mercury and is taken internally act- Â¬ ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure bo sure you get the genu-Â¬ ine It is taken internally and made in Co Toledo Ohio by by F J Cheney Testimonials free JJSold by Druggist price 75c per bot tie RED HOT The miners at Spottsvllle who went xut on a strike about two weeks ago are still without employment They have failed come to any agreement and are still insisting that they will not work unless they are paid the scale price sixty six cents per ton Mr Thos O Blair who has charge of the Pittsburg Coal Company at Baskett was threaten ed also with a strike for the same reason but he very promptly came to their terms and everything is running smooth Â¬ ly at his mines Mr Blair believes in treating his men fairly and it was this reason that caused him to accede to their demands He certainly deserves well of the public for trying to maintain a wage system that will give the miner a chance to live and his Baskett coal should bo largely used by the people as an evidence of their ap- Â¬ preciation Converting Corn Into Meat Wag Beaver Dam in Ohio county is one town where the people are not dead A few days ago some of the citizens were discussing the fact that there was to be no fair this year at Hartford Somebody suggested a fair for Beaver Dam and Fe lix Monroe took the matter in hand It was not long until ho had secured sub scriptions amounting to 15000 for the company and step will be taken to or ganize it OPENS THE CAMPAIGN SEPTEMBER 24 W At 3 OClock Lovers of Horseflesh will see a Magnificent the Jolly Meeting at Henderson Saturday Exhibit Branden- Charley Blanford While the crowd that attended the Jolly ratification at Henderson Saturday was not large tho meeting was red hot Candidate Jolly roasted District Chair Â¬ man E 0 Vance and declared that he was a fugitive from Justice from Indiana Mr Jolly said that if H D Allen was elected to congress he would contest his seat on the grounds that the Goebol law was unconstitutional Favorable Weather The cooler weather In tho past ten days has been a blessing to the Ken- Â¬ tucky tobacco growers says The Weed His crop had become to take very un Â¬ kindly to the hot weather and house burning was a universal complaint In many instances the farmers had to resort to charcoal fires in their barns to dry out the tobacco The cooler weather reliev- Â¬ ed the crop and the extent of tho Injury to it has not been very great Though if the cool weather had delayed much longer much of the crop would have been ruined Will Speak at burg Hon Charles Blandford the Rebubl can candidate for Congress for this district is billed to address the citizens of Meade county at Brandenburg Monday Sept 20 at 10 oclock on Republican doctrine The chairman of the Republican com mltteo has extended an invitation for the Democratic and Populist candidates to be present and has granted a division of time GETTING ON NICELY PUBLIC - SALE Our Children Are Above the Standard of Intelligence nit l eeaasw Alt Taylor of Rosetta is ono of those shrewd farmers who believes that corn is most profltablo when it is converted into beef and pork With the end in view of converting his corn crop into those products he has began feeding forty head of cattle and 104 head of hogs He will unquestionably make money HHWttKli4-i-Wivk-kVi In an interview Prof Hancock said to the Nkwb reporter the other day that the school was getting along splendidly He said that the children were farther advanced than ho thought they would be and that the standard of intelligence is higher here than most places lie pre Â¬ dicted a very successful term of school Monday September 261898 first day of Meado County Circuit Court in Brandenburg Ky I will soil to the highest and best bid dor 10 head of oxtra nico horses 1 2 3 and 4 years old Also get of SPLENDOR and BOURBON DENMARK All of this stock is in eomo good aged horses and mares iino condition and will bo sold on time to suit purchasers Salo will comraenco at 1 oclock p in on Main otreot It being the Â¬ Â¬ OF THE EARTH They do not complain of anything in particular They nf piinnrrb hut keen thin and They appear fairly well Eale have no strength You cannot say they are really sick and so you call them delicate What can be done forthem Our answer is the same that the best physicians have been giving for a quarter of a cen- Â¬ tury Give them Delicate Children this section has taken the agency in this district for the Farmers House at Louisville J Agent For Farmers House D Biggs who is widely known in Â¬ veyaveve aaevay Ho Is one of the squarest men in the tobacco business and represents one of the most honorable warehouse firms in Louisville Farmers would do well to consign their tobacco to his care A Henry one third price with cyclcmetcr Better Year M Dick Addison Ky The superiority of this year over last 70II SALIC One hundred butheenf rye Ad- as a crop year is proven by the act that Aii rmtii r rnntlAM dren Harned Ky W J Piggott of Irvington raised 100 in let bushels more wheat on eleven acres of NOT1CK Any per ion dcilring addren ut a the comlnir winter IIKHIIKKT IlKAKD ground this year than he did on thirty Urdlubug Ky last year city on drove Alwwt Completed road cheap Suitable lor any kind of farming Good house fine barn plenty running water Keas The Fordsville and Oloverport tele- Â¬ ooabkj terms Apply to J W A MYKUS West phone line to Owensboro has been com Â¬ lolnt Ky acres improved ialr pleted as fur as Sklllman and soon the FOKSAIE-FAKH-1- 14 buildings adjoining Leo lllntona people of moribund Hawfsvllle will have farm 1ar Fork Ureckanrldae county Ky lrlce If told soon Title perfect Address IIEIL the unique experience of communicating I4oo MACHINE YVOHKS KvanvilU lad MAN with a real live town like Oloverport SALE I have a few choice llerkshlr SALK adjoining KAKM Of too acrei fine land Ky limits or Vine OH SAIU A good farm 116 acres at liar dint Creak fiv mit from llartlintbiirr Well provtd Terms and pries ieonbl lUrdintburg Kv SALIC I high geared floo new bicycle FOR J F WOOLFOLK BARGAINS 4 TALK ABOUT 5 according to eizo I and Tho best Heating Stove in the world is now selling at 8375 at McGLOTIILANS Tho samo firm sell Paints PIGGOTTS Oils Leads tho best ready mixed paints at pricos to suit your purse Thoy handle Guns and Gun Fixtures Saddles and Harness You can buy Saddles from them from 350 up SCONS EBtfSrOI REMEMBER THE PLACE WILLIAMS UTTLE of Cod Liver Oil with Hypo pkospkitts It has most re Â¬ T7OH Jj pigs for tale My stock Is of the best strains In markable nourishing power the country Send me an order lor one either sex Former Citizen Dead It gives color to thcblood It C L Only foo each Satisfaction guaranteed Hardlnsburg Ky brings strength to the mus- Â¬ Geetge Bramlette who formerly lived BKARU cles It add power to the aear RoefHiaad who was quite well AOKNTS WANTKO thewant an agent la throughout country oa com nerves it means rouusikaowa la IhMBawnty died at hie home Mietor salary to collict pictures and send to me and get one down nice photographs lor jflc health and vlfor Even deli- 3 la Arkansas last Vwlc LMs else portraits at half price Send sec fur earn pise ami particulars to agante Address cate infants rapidly gain in 8 J HKOWV Photographer flesh if given a small amount You will not ikiww how much seed laron or wrenueauurg twy three or tour timet eacn uay Hoods 8arepaHHa will do yw anMl yw SALK A bull Ml blooded Jersey for 1 McGLOTHLAN iDrzvinsra TOisr AoMlRlstraUrs Netlee Hale cl All persona having claims aainH lh Jamca 8 lleavla deceasrd are heretijr notified 10 present tncia properly proven lor settlement on or before Ihi 1st Jar ol November I7e Also all persons knowing tfciMssotve Indebted to hie estate wtH ewne lorward ad settle on or before said date IOC M MUI4KN A4lolstrewr Maatskfly Ky At a It- A PIGGOTT jecst Curve Pile DeWltfa Witch Haza Salv ScttUe - yr k I t SCOTT vwHjiiMiaaniubw SOWNft WSNMOR0 KENTUCKY luMtMmmmmmittMmi rr Oiiilili Mew Yee try it Bay siwttW today aad begla ie rtberpatfkwier cH ee or addreee takait WHEN DOES YOUR t SCRIPTION TO THE NEWS EXPIRE Tnu i egwwra wTT 6 Breckenridge News WKDNE8DAY SEPT 21 1R08 trwwyz mvw wiwwmwmh g J hw lwwtvFi ITPPPPW1 WIU THK BRKOKEllSCRIIPeBL KtlW 0LOVRRPORT KX tmLiM Tobacco Damaged On last Thursday a severe ball storm pawed over the Custer neighborhood and did a great deal o damage to the tobacco crop Feared He Will Die George II Adkieson one of the old pot and best known tanners in the ItosettA neighborhood is ill illi with typhoid lever As he is 70 years of age it is not thought that he will recover from the disease and his death is looked for at any moment Do you remember the advice given by Mr Pickwick when asked what to do in a time of great excitement In such cases do as the mob does But said Mr Snodcrass what if there are two mobs SHOUT WITH THE LARGEST said Mr Pickwick Volumes could have said no more If you gentle or ferocious reader want to buy Dry Goods the vm crowd at our place will tell you where to buy them All of the best posted buyers m Owensboro will tell you ours is TH place to get the best bargains This Brings Em The same great bargains that gladdened tho hearts of hun- Â¬ dreds of buyers last week will bo offered again this week Wo dont confine your purchases to a certain quantity as that is prac Â¬ tically unlimited Our unapproachablo facilities for buying enables us to offer the following prices Standard Calicoes in Turkoy Reds Indigo Blues and Fancies FOLLOW THE CROWD Dress Goods Nevor in the history of our houso have wo had such a large and splendid assorted stock and have tho prices been as low We om This is a big give you bettor values than any houso in the State assertion but wo mean it Silk and Wool Fancies at 25c All wool Tricots at 25c Jacquard Fancies at 25c All wool Serges at 25c All wool Venetian Cloths from 60c up Broad Clotb8 at 69c worth 75c Broad Cloths at 98c worth 8125 Dont forget that we aro soiling agents of the celebrated Gold Medal and Majestic brands of Black Goods They cannot bo bought elsowhero in Owensboro to carbuncle on the back of his neck at Prs Lis home on Hardins creek Simons and Watkins found it necewwry to lance the gathering Monday and the operation wan rerHRkKiTnesliv Hi5torlc Farm Sold historic old Hardin farm was sold The at commissioners sale by public outcry at the court houso at Hardinaburg Mon Â¬ day Thomas Blythe bidding for Chas L Beard purchased the farm for 2000 It is the greatest bargain in farm pO porty that has been had in this county for years BUSY SESSION Dangerously III Julius Hardin is dangerously ill with a Our Cloak Department Jacket and Capes from tho most noted cloak makers Our prices this season will be lower than over before and when you buy a garment of us you can rest assured that it will bo in style and cheaper than you will find it elsowhero Is full of stylish Clothing The stock is immenso tho styles the best and tho prices just Wo tho kind to pleaso tho most economical and closest buyors can fit tho long lean and lank as well as the fat and corpulent You can savo big money by buying your Clothing of us at 34c Good yard wide Bleached Cotton at 4c Good Towels 3 for 10c Towells 22x3G at 7c Magistrates Court at Stephensport Well Attended Our Carpet Department Occupies one entire floor of our mammoth house and is full of tho very latest productions of the looms We also have an immense lino of the more staple goods at prices wo know are bound to pleaso you All classes of goods pertaining to house furnishing will be found in this department Shoes Wo havo more monoy invested in GOOD Shoes than ALIj tho other houses in Owensboro combined All mado to our order by tho most noted manufacturers on the continent Fits and wear- Â¬ ing qualities guaranteed We hope to seo all tho readers of tho Breckeniudue News at our great Fair but if you aro so unfortunate as not to bo able to como send us your uinil orders Wo guarantee satisfaction Millinery Our Millinery Department is ono of the chief features of our Wo havo tho most artistic and highest priced trim- Â¬ house Every hat trimmed out by them is as pretty as mers in tho State a picture and surprisingly cheap Wo urgently request you to inspect this stock Â¬ Magistrates court at Stephensporl Wednesday attracted an unusually large crowd of people to that town Squire Miller had twenty six cases on the docket and disposed of the business before him in an expeditious manner BOONE BLOOD H B PHILLIPS d CO OWENSBORO KY X2SX90CX Courses Through the Veins of this Hero of Four Wars The Giendean correspondent has this to say Everybody knows Uncle Johnnie Musselman and everybody wishes he could live forever and hold his job on the Branch for the II It will never find his superior Besides being a good man himself he is the father of one of the best young soldiers Uncle Sam basin the field Will Musselman whose letter is published in this issue of tlio News is perhaps the most experienced man of his age in the entire army He is but twenty eight and has gone through four wars He was in the last Indian War when sitting Bull was killed in 1SU0 Next he was with the victorious Japs in their contest with the Chinese For a long time he was in Cuba fighting with the patriots before the war tame on between us and Spain He tired the first gun for Gen Miles on the island of Porto IMco He was one of the 05 Americans to whip 3000 Spaniards but our soldier boys are heroes whoso laurels are no greener from our multiplying words Their deeds are their glory Young Musselman is a descendant of Daniel Boones and his roving life is but the manfestation of the Boone blood as it restlessly courses through his veins Â¬ THE HAND OF DEATH STRIKES GIANT OAK AND TENDER LILLY The death of Peter Miller at Paducah Saturday deprived Cloverport of one of her yery best citizens His death resulted from heait failure superinduced by typhoid fever Peter Miller was born in Breckenridge county and was forty seven years of age at the time of his death He had been in the tobacco business in this city for many years and for the past live years has been in the employ of the United States government as guager in the in- Â¬ ternal revenue service Peter Miller possessed a noble char- Â¬ acter His personality reflected all the virtues and attributes characteristic of the brave consecrations and earnest Chris tian gentleman He was quiet sincere and honest In speaking of others he was sure to say those things that reflect- Â¬ ed of their good traits and no one ever heard him utter a sentence that was detrimental to another His wife died fourteen years ago and left him with a family of small children to take care of He regarded it as his sacred duty to keep his home intact and he tried in every wav to compensate his children for the loss of their mother He was tenderly sympathetic and became their companion Their love and trust in him became so great that they confid- Â¬ ed all their sorrows to him and made him share all their joys It was his home life during that period that showed the true stature of his man- Â¬ hood He did not try to shirk one iota of responsibility but devoted all that was best in him to train and guard bis chil- Â¬ dren and make them happy It was this tender loyalty and deep solicitude for their well being that made his children idolize him Peter Miller was a consistent Christian He joined the Baptist church when be was twenty one years of age and was a hearty supporter of its tenets to his death The life he lived was one of such pur- Â¬ ity and it exemplified so many lofty ideals that it was truly one that could be profitably followed by his fellows His integrity was of such sterling qual ity that bis hame was everywhere a syn Â¬ onym of all that was straightforward and uptight During his last attack of illness he seemed to have a premonition that he Â¬ We Wish to Call Your Special Attention to could not survive it and so told his friends at his bedside His former pastor Dr Penrod who has a pastorate at Paducah was with him twenty minutes before his death To Dr Penrod Mr Miller said that lie was ready to die that he felt that he had done liis duty toward God and man in such a manner that he had no fear of en tering the mystery of enternity His was the death of a good citizen and faithful Christian His funeral occurred at the Baptist church in this citv Monday The sermon was r reached by lie v Rutledge and was a beautiful tribute to the deceased The church was crowded with his friends it being one of the most largely attended services ever held in this city The remains were followed to the cemetery by a host of mourners Two brothers survive him Milt and Jesse Miller of Sample and two sisters Mrs F N DUtiy of tiiis city and Miss Judith Miller lie leaves the following children Mrs George Bentley Hawes villa Mrs George It Iteesa Pineville and Lightfoot Miller of Hardinsburg To these the whole community ex Â¬ tends its hearttnlt sympathy Clover port mourns a cltli m whose life and in- Â¬ fluence always tended to good Â¬ Christian lives and her admonitions seemed to come from inspired lips One of the saddest features of the young girls death was the fact that she She died was engaged to Proctor Keith with her hand in his The funeral took place in this city Sunday the services taking place at the Methodist church All services at other churches were abandoned that the con- Â¬ gregations might attend the last sad rites over the deceased The church was crowded with the mourniug friends of the young girl The funeral sermon preached by Rev Joiner assisted by Kev Rutledge was beautifal in its sympathy and feeling and touched all those who listened The remains were followed to the grave by a concourse of sorrowlngjfriorids The local lodge of the K of P were in the cortege At a meeting Monday night the organization passed the following resolution RESOLUTION OP RESPECT LELIA T DANIEL CASHIER BEARD Of the Bank of Hardinsburo Says Things Are Bright Bank of Hardinsburg has been greatly benefitted by his Western trip The bracing air of tho Utah Mountains and the exercise he took while on fish Â¬ ing expeditions near the timber line has made him as rugged in appearance as a frontiersman His countenance is bronzed and pre Â¬ sents a perfect picture of health He said he enjoyed his vacation immensely ana feels liko a new man Mr Beard in conversation with a News reporter said that there is a per- Â¬ ceptible increase in business arond Hardinsburg The people have plenty of money and are in easier circumstances than in years past There is a tendency on the part of farmers to make extensive improvements on their places and this Is causing them to borrow money for the purpose Money is very cheap and as the rates of interest are low the county will be greatly benefited by tiiis tendency on the part of the farm pre Â¬ Morris Beard cashier of the Miss Lelia T Daniel aged seventeen years died at Lewisport Saturday morn Â¬ ing at 7 oclock of hemmorhage of tho lungs Her remains were brought to this city Sunday morning and were interred at the Cloverport cemetery It was indeed a shock to the young people of this city when they learned of the death of Lelia Daniel She was a girl whose sweetness of disposition whose lovely character endeared her to all who knew her Lelia was born in Daviess county and lived in Cloverport six years She was a self sacrificing cirl and her noble devo- Â¬ tion to the family that had been bereav- Â¬ ed by the death of the mother showed her to b possessed of all those attributes that enter into the composition of a true consecrated helpful Christian woman Her death was a beautiful one As she was about to breathe her last it seemed as though her eyes were rpen to a heavenly vision and she seemed trans-Â¬ ported with delight She exhorted all who were about her bedside to lead His death was the result of general de Â¬ bility resulting from paralysis Uncle Chris as be was called was born November 3 1815 During his young manhood when steamboating on the river was in its prime prime be and his brother had contracts to furnish boats with wood for f lei Afterwards the de- Â¬ ceased conducted a general merchandise business at Tobinsport George Weatherbolt was a man who was possessed of sterling qualities He w N DBURY W N Drury died at his home Tues-Â¬ had an old fashioned sense of honestyÂ¬ and the rugged manliness of bis charday morniDg Sept 13 closing a useful acter made his name a synonym of all and well spent life He was born and that was sincere and honest He was greatly loved by all who knew reared in this vicinity and since his marriage has made bis homo in our little him He was a bachelor MRS ANNA DOWNS town He has always been engaged in Mrs Anna Downs wife of Wm mercantile pursuits and for a number of Downs formerly of this city died at her years was postmaster and thus had a home at Highland Park a suburb of large circle of friends and acquaintances Louisville Sunday and was buried Mon- Â¬ The esteem in which he was held was day at 2 oclock At a meeting of Breckenridge Lodge No 61 K of P S P Conrad Chas May and Ed Whitehead were appointed a committee to draft resolutions expres- Â¬ sive of the feelings of the members of the Lodge to our Brother J T Daniel and family upon the the death of his daughter Lelia And so the ife work of Lelia is ended She has ceased from her labors She had laid down the cross and taken up the crown Beneath the green sward of the beautiful cemetery she lies sleeping the sleep which comes to ali There laid tenderly by loving hands lies the mouldering clay of her who we know as Lelia Daniel We can only sav the family have our deepest sympathy our heart felt condolence our sincere prayer for comfort in their great loss which time can neither efface nor compensate S P Conrad Com Ciiab May Ed Whitehead J evidenced by a large attendance at the burial sertc s that took place at Lis Brother home Wednesday afternoon James Lewis conduced the services and friends nnd loved ones sang beautiful songs among which was his favorite How Arm a foundation Ho dated his conversion from his twelth year and sincd then has tried as best he knew to live a Christian life Ho stated that 1 is conscience was clear and his hope of Heaven bright and doubtless now tl at hope bos changed to glad fruition There is the irood woman who has walktd hand in hand with him so long and ten children who mourn Ids loss and with their hearts all torn and bleedini do not understand this dispensation of Gods providence but we hope they will come to know that Hedoeth all things well Mr Drury was a student of Gods word and when he honored my class in Sun- Â¬ day school with his presence I felt that he should be the teacher We will miss him and our community is indeed bereft He was 65 yqars old the 231 of last June Goldbn Rod okobqe weathkbholt Another one of the pioneers of Polks bottom on the opposite Bide of the river has gone to that bourne from whence no traveller returneth George Weatherbolt one of the oldest residents of Tobinsport passed peaceful- Â¬ ly away on Wednesday morning at the home of bis nephew Mr Charles Weath Â¬ TWO SHOES FOR MEN WALKER SHOE 3 SOLES ALL SOLID Congress and Lace PRICE 250 A GOOD WORKING SHOE S erbolt EMERSONS 300 SHOE A HEAVY SOLE DRESSY SHOE IN BAOK AND TAN Lace Only New Toe Extension Sole English Back Stay Will Hold Services Tlio Rev M M Benton will hold Episcopal services at the Methodist church Sunday morning at 11 oclock and afternoon at 3 oclock All are cordially invited SHE FELL FROM GRACE A ADDITIONAL LOCAL Miss Emma Stites spent T A POPULAR niNISTER Monday in Brief Sketch Stephensport Woman Leaves Her Husband Greatly Distressed About Her Conduct OUR ARGUMENT He is For Your Trade is New Goods at Lowest Prices Do Do Do you want Dress Goods you want Clothing you want Shoes Charles Strode of Stephensport went to Louisville Sunday afternoon in search of his wife who disappeared from her home August 14 He reported the mat Â¬ ter at police headquarteis at that city and a search was InttHutt d for the woman She was looUd ill a house on G raj son street She refused to accom Â¬ pany her husband and nald that she would not return to her home He says Strode is broken hearted his wife left him without giving any cause He has spent all his surplus mouey in seeking her He threatens to swear out a warrant against his wife and soe if it is not possible to compel her to go with him CUT AND SLASHED Henderson Mrs Marion Weatherbolt is quite sick with fevers Pickled pigs feet and tails can be had at Sippeis Ed McDonald of Henderson was here Sunday visiting friends Bauiias grapes and other seasonable fruits for sale at Sippeis J It Hardin of Pellville was in the city Tuesday on business Mrs R A Sbellman of Stephensport went to Louisville Monday D ckSlieiltntnof Hanljnsburg thresh Â¬ ed 30000 bushels of wheat this year Mrs M F Wedding and daughter of Home Ind were visitors to the city Tuesday Mrs fl W Conrad of Lavmorth Ind is vUltiag bar so i 8 I Conn I this city Miss Nannie Owen and ErneBt Hob trt son of Glondeane spent Sunday with of Rev deorge P Hayes Two Cutter Men Let Their Angry Passions Rise THEN COME TO OUR STORE i Come Here for Quality Come Here for New Ideas Come Here for Anything During an altercation at Custer Satur day Ike Davis allowed his anger to get the master of him and he endeavored to carve David Jones into ribbons He succeeded in slashing Jones four or five times with a pocket Knife The wounds were all of an ugly nature but they are not dangerous That a first class store should havo Wo havo tho hrightost the new Â¬ The Fourth Regiment Kentucky Vol Â¬ est the most extensive stock that lias ever been within the walls unteers which is now at Annlston Alt is scheduled to go to Ouba to do Garri of this store That is saying a great deal but it is truo son duty Lieutenant Colonel Murray Every price marked on goods is a BARGAIN regiment to Havana Â¬ Will so to Cuba Rev Geo F Hayes who has been in Hardinsburg spending a few days among his old friends is one of the strongest preachers in the Louisville Oonfxreuce He is probably now one of the oldest Presiding Elders in the conference hav Â¬ ing held this position successively for many years Mr Hayes long service as Presiding Elder gives him great influ Â¬ ence with the Bishop in making appoint ments for preuchers in the various dis- Â¬ tricts He knows the people and their needs a little better than their associates and what he has to say about it goes a long way in fixing up whero a preacher must work They all recornlre his pow- Â¬ er in this respect and hla counsel is con- Â¬ tinually sought after during the sersion Mr Hayei of the Annual Conference goes to Louisville this week where as O Orabbe and wife will open their School at Irving Presiding Elder and one of tho chief E ton on the counselors in the Bishops cabinet he will have a good deal of work to do Miss Mary Moorman Hayes began his career as a minister in Eredmond Dirk of Oweusbiro oimi Hardinsburg many years ago and dire his up Sunday night and wat the guest of predictions were made ai to never future make Many said that he would Miss Mary Moormau a preacher but close study and applica Â¬ Pupils will bo charged from tho time thoy enter until tho end of Ed Whitehead and brother have secur- Â¬ tion put lilm out of the reach of all this ed the contract for plastering the home years ago and to day ho Is a leading tho term Tho school year will consist of two terms Tuition is duo of Ohas Anderson at Gustou inmberot his Conference Mr Hayes in advance Thoro will bo no deduction for any time lost Full Corps Mr and Mrs William Shut of Owens Â¬ Is not popular with the holincai pe ple of Competent Teochors i boro arrived Monday night to be tho as he occasionally knocks em out guest of Mr aud Mrs Frank Haawell Tuition in tho Literary Departments as follows fireatly Pleased Mrs John Park and children of Rock The first train that went over the port Ind were the guests ot Prof F A 2000 per pupil per term Branch Sunday was very well patron Â¬ Collegiato School Ueavin and wife a few days last week soon ized The people out In the back part Business School O B Wheeler a well known tobacco of the county are delighted with the u ii i Bchool - 2000 man is now identified with the Inde Â¬ change and when Superintendent Mo Normal i 1500 pendent Tobacco Warehouse of Louis Â¬ Cracken AsItent General Passenger Intermediate School - 100a ii ii a ville A M Vance Primary School Agnt Mordue and Messrs i ii ii Miss Dixie Perrigo who wai called to and J G Van Fleet went over the road Incidental Fee 100 Â¬ regular ovation Stephensport by the death ot her moth Monday they received a Music Art and Elocution will be charged extra er returned home to Dallas Texas Â¬ VEST BSS Irvington College te FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER iW will occotnpany the Monday CAPTAIN CAPHON DEAD elon Willis Company CLOVERPORT KY Hon Charles Dlanford Is billed to Expected to Reeaver speak at Hardinsburg Mcifday October The Hera Was a Relative or Ed Klssim of Uijfcu of the day from This City Judge J It Dellaven who was seri Â¬ 10 oa the polltleal ously ill the past few days has passed a Republican standpoint Captain Alyu Oaproa in command ot the critical stage and is expected to fiettln lettsf recover the artillery at fcaatiigo and father of Hob D H Haiabletoq wboM life was Captain OapoB at the Hough K14s dlwired of Sunday ia bow out ot d- - who was kllUd at Quaalmas la dead Gsotm Drurvof Bewlevvllleil appointed auBlitlatraior of the aatata of gr and is rapidly movmm hla UaptaU Oaproa St was a bfothar-ia-laU M JUaaaaa atiiik eJty bW fethar W M Drury daoaamL MtMitU w Special terms to teachers desiring to bettor Qualify themselves for thoir professions f Any variance from tlio above terms must be in writing and signed by the Principal For further Information addreea JBtlm GL OjBCruHiJBjistJT Irviagton Breoktaridf Oowhsy Lock Box 6 Ky WeHBDOE WKIMKHDAY i HEWS 21 TROM A HEIT IK8 ii hi i INTERESTING FACTS ON TEMPERANCE The Nation He Thinks Is Gradually doning the Drink Habit But the Law Without Public Sentiment Behind It Is of No Avail Some years ago one of the ablest of its clergymen went from a prohibition town In Maine to California Ho was an ob Â¬ serving man independent in thought and fearless in his expression of opinion Years afterwards he came back and rather startled and perhaps shocked his former congregation by saying that whisky had helped men over many a hard spot Whilo this doctrine is a very dangerous one there is a certain element of truth which ought to be accounted with if we would have a true understand- Â¬ ing ol the causes of the use of intoxicants and have a sound loundadlon for our hopes of their abandonment Johnstons Chemistry of Common Life published 10 or CO years ago gave a very full account of the various remedies which mankind had sought out for tho ills of life and showed that there was no tribo so low down in the scale and no nation so elevated that it had not discov- Â¬ ered and put to use some anodyne for sorrow which wisely or unwisely was In common use From this some have un- Â¬ dertaken to maintain the notion that these things must be used and that the justification for their use rested on the universal craving of mankind Others who wore brought up in the belief of mans continuing degeneracy saw noth- Â¬ ing in it but another proof of a lost Eden and the llaming sword of exclusion about the gates THia BRjaoKaisiHLiiDeiSL nhwb oiuoYmiMoiir icy it Surgical Operation Prevented B RED A FLOUR THAT i 99 TASTJ2S OF TIIIJ WI1I5AT Peoplo who crtro for flavor and wholoBoincncss as well ns tlio looks of their bread will appreciate this brand DCKS BEST Railways of the World Could Reach the floon In the world here are enough railroad tracks to reach the uicot 232000 miles away and atill have rnouKh left to wrap around the earth at the quntor six times China lias only 73 miles For each mllo it has a territory aa big as Belgium Japan with its 2237 miles ol railway For each is much more enterprising mile it has only to meet the claims of 18775 people and an area of 71 tqtiaro miles Although it has roughly only one mile for every ten In the United Kingdom it carries no fewer than 70 000000 passengers a year Of the worlds total mileage the United States claim ntarly a half or more ac curately 180000 miles a length roughly equal to 7 times tho earths circumfer- Â¬ ence at ttie equator Id proportion to population the United States have for each mile of railway in Itnaeia 12 miles in Germany or the United Kingdom 5 miles for each mile In Austria 0 and in France 4 Among European nations Belgium is most blessed with railroad facilities in proportion to area anil Spain lialto ini potently in the rear of all the other na Â¬ tions During tho last five years Russia has shown most railway enterprise with an increased mileage of 20 per cent Ger- Â¬ many follows with an increase of 7 per cent France with 0 and the United Kingdom is content with 3 Africa has one mile of railway for every 1210 square miles of territory and Austral Asia one for every 321 equare miles Yellow Jaundice Cured Suffering humanity should be supplied with every means possible for its relief It is with pleasure we publish the folThis is to certify that I was a lowing terrible Bufferer from Yellow Jaundice for over six months and was treated by some of the best physicians in our city and all to no avail Dr Boll our drug- Â¬ gist recommended Electric Bitters and after taking two bottles I was entirely cured I now take great pleasure iu recommending them to any person sufl ering from this terrible malady lam gratefully yours M A Hogarty Lex Â¬ ington Ky Â¬ Â¬ Aban- Â¬ mm rw OMlb wnf f i s M H MALE CHILD It Was Unfortunately Born Without Arms or Legs Gus Gladney at their home about seven miles south of Wedowee at 0 ocock Friday morning August 18 1893 a male child There is nothing remarkable about this announcement but the wonderful part remains to be told The little one la absolutely limbless having neither arms nor legs He has a collar bone and little shoulders but no semblance of arm there being only sligh flsli forma tions not larger than the last joint of ones little finger At tho hips where the legs should join there is nothing whatever except on ono side a slight formation similar to those at the shoul- Â¬ der and on the other a tiny attachment slightly resembling a little foot Born to Mr and Mrs W A It Hit tho Spot When suflVring from a severe cold and vonr throat and tunes feel sore take a Honey and Tar dose of Foley aess will be at when the ooro a warm great- once releived ful feeline and liialiuir of the parts af fected will be experienced and you will say It feels so good It hits tho spot It is guaranteed A It Fisher Clover- Hayneo Patosvllle port Gordon It A Sbellman Stepbensport E A Witt Hardinsburg History of Shorthand The history of shorthand properly so called with an alphabet of simple signs as substitutes for the ordinary letters dates from the reign of Queen Eliztbeth In the year ln88 a learned doctor and author namod Timothy Bright published a work in which he claims the invention This claim of the art of shorthand however has been justly disputed as it la not based ou a shorthand alphabet but la a Byetera of arbitrary marks for words After him came Peter Rales whoee cystein was also composed of arbi- Â¬ trary characters and John Willis pub- Â¬ lished In 1G02 a tborthaml alphabet This waa improved by Edmuud Willis in 1018 and the alphabet was much sim plified by Mason many years alter PitÂ¬ man announced his system In 1637 luce which time many modifications and im Â¬ provements have been made by different authors More than twenty million free samples of DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve have beea distributed by the manufacturers What better proof of their confidence in its merits do you want 7 It cures piles bursa sealda sores in the shortest space Haynee of time Short A House 48f selves Tho growth of the people in in Â¬ telligence has caused them to throw away the senseless supports on which they leaned In times of darkness Not only has growth in intelligeuce helped to do this work but the Improved physical condition of mankind has had its share In the advance What tho clergyman meant when ho said that whUky had helped mau over many n hard spot waa that the human inlud could stand only so much strain After a while it gets morbid and sees not only blackness now but blackness in the past and all the future Even an evan- Â¬ CHARLES O MARTIN escent joy has in it some help for it shows that the deepest depth of sorrow Prescription Pharmacist may only be a phjsical condition Hence Nut door above Payne Si Cns Clotcrport in new countries settled under all sorts of discomforts with scant food insuffi- Â¬ cient shelter with sickness and malaria there has always been wild life and much consumption of what is Btronger than wine even when it is red But when the comforts como and ac Â¬ climatization has taken place when the He Will Receive a Larger Re- Â¬ house with bay windows is built and a ward Than Schley park begins to show itself when roads aro fit to drive in and the opera ho ise is erected the saloon takes Itself nut of Prize Money That Will Be Received by sight and is no longer the shrine of wor Â¬ the Navy ship Wherever life is the hardest the temp Rear Admiral Sampson will receive as tation to oblivion is sharpest prize money and bounty about 100000 PUBLIC SBNTIMKNT TIIK KOItCK Rear Admiral Dewoy will receive UNIVERSAL AS MANK1NU No people know this better thau the about 0000 While the history of intoxicuuu stim- Â¬ people of tho United States for the set- Â¬ Rear Admiral Schleys share will be ulants and narcotics may indicate that tlement and growth of this country was about 5000 less than that of some of the at one lime a time possibly to ho pro- Â¬ in the nature of a forlorn hope from the Captains in the navy who were capturing longed beyond our day all these helps time of the Pilgrims in Massachusetts prizes while Schley was bottled up in if helps they may be were ussd In order and tho Cavaliers in Virginia down to Hampton Roads at the beginning of the to meet the disasters of life it by no Klondike and the adventures iu the war means follows that this will be true for frozen regions of Alaska From early The seamen including the men be Â¬ all time Indeed human experience Is days our faith in our future was sublimo hind the guns will get from 30 to 200 happily on the other side Sublime however as our faith woe our or 300 according to their pay and the We can have little conception in our realization has outranked number of prizes captured by their re- Â¬ our dreams day of tho universality of drinking be Â¬ It lb true that the Increasing knowl- Â¬ spective ships fore the 15th century Since bbat time edge and the increasing comforts of The law provides that prize money the the world has slowly but surely changed world nre really what drive out vices or shall bo paid for every vessel whether There have been epochs of hard drink- Â¬ at least lessen them and inculcate vir- Â¬ warship or merchantman that is captur- Â¬ ing when as in the time of Pitt and tues or at least increase them But on ed and that bounty shall be paid Dundas the gentleman soaked himselt the other hand one of the greatest helps wherever a vessel is destroyed If tbe in port from 2 iu tho afternoon to 10 at to knowledge is discussion and even ex- Â¬ ship captured is larger than the captor night when Irish society was reeking hortation They breed knowledge and the law gives the entire net proceeds of with that thirst for liquor which pulled sift error from truth They help to in- Â¬ the prize to the captor If it is smaller down some of Irelands greatest Intel crease public sentiment Indeed in one half to the captor and one half to the lects and wrought the ruin of no less connection with real facts they create it United States The captors are entitled a man than John Philpot Curran Now public sentiment is the great to 100 for every man on board the de-Â¬ As Lecky describes it in one of those controlling force of the world We flat- Â¬ stroyed ship at the time of the action books of his which awaken every man ter ourselves that wo are independent If the number aboard can not be accur- Â¬ who reads and make men think if the We are proud of our own individuality ately got at It Is assumed that thore power of thinking is still in them there and do homage to ourselves as existing were as many aboard as there would bo happened about tho fifteenth century aud rounded entities ditched and moated on a similar ship of the United States what is known as tho introduction of hot granges separated from others by our nrvy drinks into Europe the advent of tea own fortifications In dividing prize money and bounties aud coiTte the commanding officers of the fleet gets THK OMNIPOTENT MAJORITY It does not seem that hot drinks wero of the whole sum The Let anybody who thinks that to be so one twentieth the cause of the partial cessation of the commander of a r quadron under the use of intoxicants hut that the general watch a town meeting as the recalcit- Â¬ Commander-ln-Ohle- t gets one fortieth improvement of the world which Icky rants see the majority unfold itself Commanders of ships that make captures himsel so well defcribep the slowly ris- ngulust them and notice how small thoy get one fifth of the sum awarded their ing tide of which drowns out the bad by begin to sing Watch a revolt against ships aqulvt progn ss which almost escapes party during a presidentia campaign es-- Ibe rest of the money Ib divided our observation made the evils of hard pecially in the last week Discussion among ollicers and men according to drinking uioro clear to the world and and agitation create and form this force their pay created the demand for the substitutes which we call the opinions of othors The three great profitable items in this However that may be the world was and do their work on those who need it war were the battle of Manila the battle Nevertheless to create this power there very glad of auythlng which led away of Sautiaio aud the Cuban blockade Of from headachesund exhaustive reacriou must be not only facts but the knowl- Â¬ these the Cuban blockade was far and Nevertheless progress was slow and tem- Â¬ edge of facts There must be conditions away the most profitable There was perance eveu in its most limited form as well as truths What preyalls in one never any danger in it and it will net Human was long in making its progress in all age is impossible in another the American fleet under Sampsons But it has made tremendous ignorance has to be respected as well as commuud something like 3000000 nations progress progress which we can see if human knowledge A straggling army His share of this will be 75000 is of no use and a straggling human ruce we take many years into account Rear Admiral Dewey and his officers is of no use Hence we often have to MOT FABlIIONAlILi TO DBINK IIA1ID and men will divide 178 100 There A little more than half a century ago halt for ethers to rejoiu ub or go slow to were approximately 1784 men in the hardly auy obligatlou of hospitality was be together Spanish Jleet On this basis Rear Ad Â¬ Laws also help in temperance as well deemed half fulfilled unless seasoned by miral Deweys share would be 8020 the social glass and uo guest was thought as in all other things but laws aro of no and the bIx commanders 3073 each to have been welcomed uuless he par use except when they record the public The bounty money for the battle off took Drunkenness was not a discredit feeling They are of use only when Santiago will be about 245000 Rear if moderately indulged in Even the public sentiment is behind them There Admiral Sampsons share of that will be y the clergy were not exempt from apprecia- have been many laws passed about 12000 Rear Admiral Schleys tion of the cup which inebriates as well stress of those who favored them which share will not be more than 0000 The Going back a century further have been injurious to the very cause commanders of the American Bhips in as cheers Â¬ when the ministers met together and they desired to further When the pub- the action Clark Cook Chadwick lic mind has been made up and has behaved badly one of their own class Taylor Evans Phillips and Wainwright slowly aud naturally crystallized ita be- Â¬ gave it the titlo of forgetting decorum will each get about 4000 Of course it Is not so easy to see the pro- Â¬ lief into statutes these statutes have for determination is there Â¬ Ileauty la Illood Deep gress from day to day for there are some great power Clean blood means a clean skin No signs of retrogression signs only but not by vigorated and opposition Bhamed beauty without it CascareU Candy Cathar From all these tiilugH it is fair lo con- Â¬ tic clean your blood and keep it clean by realities But if we bear iu mind what all lazy liver is really the futidameutal principle we clude from what we can see in the past stirring up thethe body and driving day imliegin to to purities from shall eeo that the use of liquor in all its of the lucreaso of temperance a past banish pimples boil blotches blackheads cannot be controverted that the aud that sickly bilious complexion by taking forms is lessening day by day and year which CascaraU beauty for ten cents All drugsame progress is going ou and wider gists satisfaction guaranteed 100250600 by year knowledge aud sounder sense are doing UKCOMINO MASTKlt Of APPETITE Hard On the Cigarette If laws are continually imMost of tho arguments in favor of the thoir work Cigarettes says Dr Simon N Laudls regulation of the proving public sentiment continually law of prohibition and prevent cell germination law of alcoholic Iralllo assume that man increasing in one direction and the dis Â¬ of Boston has grown bettor because of tho partial comfort and poverty are lessening the deaden the most minute nerves of sen Â¬ discontinuance of the use of alcohol conclusion cannot be resitted that tem Â¬ sation stupefy the brain harden the whereas men have ceased to abuse liquor perance is not diminished but growing heart sear tiie conscience destroy the sympathetic attributes of manhood and Thomas B Rkkd because they have become beater them- deteriorate the virtues of grace divine Ohbix Va Muroh 2Tth 1890 Da M M Fkmnbr Fredonla N Y Dtar Strt About two years ago I waa af- Â¬ flicted with Kidney Dlseoso and GraTol and grow constantly worse Finally one of the gravel lodged la tny bladder and I was about to havo a lurgtcal ocratlon performed to remove It Boeing Da Fknnkbs Kidiwt and Back achb Com recommended so highly by men of eminence for all diseases of the kidneys and bladder I was Induced to try It After using two bottles I passed a stone half as largo as a marble The medicine funtior fonnatlons my fireventod under Its Influonco and I am bonltb cured I oannot too strongly urgo sufferers to use It I have tho stone which your medicine removed which may bo examined by any one Yours truly W T Oakks THE UN1TEP STATES BATTLE SHIP IOW ii LIONS SHARE FOR SAMPSON A Flour Thnt Cannot He Hxcullcd is made of selected wheat and contains all the gluten thore is in the grain It will find this flour a suro panacea Theso two brands are made by tho OUR NAVY 99 Suffororfl from dyspepsia BEST FLOUR MILL IN JJRECKENRIDGE COUNTY Thoroughly remodeled now machinery installed now bolting cloths added capacity increased to 30 barrols improved swing sifter and purifier that cleans and grades tho wheat has been put in the mill Custom trado catered to and solicited Wholesalo trado invited to buy our pure flour and thus please customers DANIEL DICK m Miller and Wheat Buyer GLOVERPORT Opens Monday Primary Department Intermediate Department ADDISON KY Â¬ wiy IS TpSyH I - HIGH August SCHOOL 29th HORSE -- SHOEING But I can do all kinds of FALL TERM 1898 1 GO BLACKSMITHING WAGON MAKING AND GENERAL REPAIRING in tip top stylo I guarantee all my work When you need anything in my lino consult mo TERMS Per Month 175 2 00 WILL PAUL Irvington Ky i J BANK or Advanced Department Academic Department Teachers Ceurae State Certificate State Diploma Music Department 50 cents per lesson or 1050 per quarter 300 300 350 400 Good Board in the best of homes may be had from 52 00 to 250 per week Personal interest taken in all pupils SEND FOR CATALOGUE HAHDINSBUM B F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vice President M II BEARD Cashier BEARD J MORRIS ESERIDOK R M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ADDRESS S E HANCOCK Principal uiul nusincssMaiiiiKcr In every city or town or Cloverport Kentucky OW - DlrMton ON TIME DEPOSITS Â¬ Â¬ Websters International Dictionary KOWriU Rp4SgaesscscsiSse Manager Agent or Branch WANTED SALARY COMMISSION HUNTER TAILORING CO PANTS S300 TO S5Q SUITS SIOOO TO4000 313 317W5THST eF The Ono Great Stundard Authority utllco U IJIon H J lrowcr Hupreme Court i M ummmUkkW0 CSsest m BlllllllVl Y i I1U Hupreiiis omit tl US mums nu Luuri au me If alitlioSclioolbouVt Mtnutlard tijl rinvtlrlntlntf L Mill Mudc Fit Guaranteed ami gar t0 J incuts kept in repair I uruci i for olltf vcar OlIAIIGi It u inwl lTiinlrttiirt1iahi riiEli Ol Samples and self measure blanks eent by mail Si CINCINNATI O HP Iit Rtalt 8nprjnlnlnU diMitiJuuldtlierLiliiciitori Warmly coitiiueitdca iiivnluable The Empires T Tj T T T yJL JLJLVXl II in and Fertilizer appB iwiilmru iHiiirM almuii without numixr mt to In tlio liauMhoId the leather tcjioliir prc a Stronger Hold Upon the Farmers Than Ever AoC 0 t f tent on uvimcazioH iu aierrlom Mprlngfleiu maaa CoI uDIlBliern availed Â¬ All auithentla Vbtcr Dictionarieslnterntlonl Motion ntirlilmwut or t i nur tnulA mAric oil inH UIII Â¬ tUIVI Wrtti Jiiwiuir mia H an 0 I wuKr 5 IawmmicI X Wrww Umiotal wnmn pcwmj 11 f wwrni I ucwmy f wwfrtn VSSISfJ I W Sftftty Comfort Â¬ Louisis Fait and Svansville Â¬ Packet Line Mall Lint Uetwoea Â¬ Â¬ Louisville and Evansville BTKAMEUS E G RAGON P M It listributo8 Fertilizer the same timo it sows eeetl It saves 15 per cent of the phosphate It does ita work well and cost for repairs It is warranted to be of good ma is lighter than for othor machines terial and to do the work it iB intended to do Â¬ You can get your choice of the Plain Hoe or Dieja Drill Puner Kja MuUr W A Blihop TAKASCON D TIIE EMPIRE IS TIIE BEST ef Porcelain ex Â¬ Japan latesda wndlnn lo the Paris position a huge house hexagoual in abape and composed entirely of porce lata It tsaawrea MYal yards in clr eanforeaoe awl ita weight will not be Um abas 70 teas From the artistic peiat f view according to the several models already flnlabed it will bo ex quMte It la wtimated that tho coat of waking it will be about 2090 pound kWt JtUtM SH To ul setle full ml Haohltt mm rlU sUsMdr 0 4 ll ami vlejor tubs No-To- IMtlMIMIM VfCBKIUCH IIMtMWAMWWUrMW iroe Alt Uruwiata Mi r M Ourcguaraa uMi mw iwir sl Sauk You IJfe Ixjmair sully u4 forever ftAddresa pMsffO ar Maw ork been dug np by the priest rulded by the The nugget had been parishioner Priest Finds One HuHdred PouHds of found clean and brilliant aa if polished six feet under the turface on the Kurn Clold alpa road a quarter of a mile from the neareet lake Father Long a Vancouver British Col Â¬ When the nupget was exhibited and umbia priest has found a nugget in the place indicated the crowd made a West Autralia weighing 100 pounds wild rush for the spot in buggies on The news of tbe discovery caused a horseback aud on foot stampede but Father Long refueed to tell exactly where the nufttet waa found Bvekteat Arslaa Salve Next day 0000 miners gathered in front Tux Bear Halvk la the world for Onto of Donnellans publfa house where the prleat was a gaaet aad clamored for the Brahwa Sore Uleew Sak Rheum Fe Â¬ facta about the rinding of the nugget ver Sores Tetter Chapped Ilamk Ofali blalB Oorna ami all Skla Kruptteaa Father Losg at length yielded He said the nugget wm Ib the shape ol and poetlvely cure Pllea or bo pay re Â¬ a sickle and he had called it tbe Saered quired It h guaraateed to give perfect as it had beea ailafactiOH or money refunded PrlM and Golden BickU found m the result of a vWo that earn 96 eenUi per lxuc For k by Short Jt O to a poor bat holy patUliioMr It bad Haynaa A Bid NUaQET DeWltts Little Early Risers The famous little pllfs L Penny Muter h T Conner Parser IT THE SOIL FEEDSBono Fertilizer makes weak soil Fine Ground J HHunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Gasper May Co OANNILTON IND OALDWCLLS II TELL CITY R H BelUrJ strong and builds it up so that instead of being poor it becomes rich and produces generous crops It contains Nitrogen because of its large proportion of animal matter is tho Muter W 0 Newbell Pnroer Ammonia Phosphoric Acid and Bone Phos Â¬ phate Doctor your farm with a soil enricher that P D STAGGS Dilly fieept Bitarday between LoalullU ind Hew AaeteriUm Frelfbt iblpped by tbli line dellrerej quick er thin by rati TrTleri will Bad tit eUaaeri re nniar pitted hi equipment tod aoMaaoditloai The beet osllnery are employed i oooki nd b mean ll equal to tbat of the beet boteli general ITS aid UB 4tfc Arenue KING OF FERTILIZERS FOR EMPIRE DRILLS and Jones Fine Ground Bone Fertilizers oe SDH LosUrUle D L FBKNY leapt W W XITI FrM V iDMKTMNr N WW m aJLa mwMmJmm mJLm hLhJi 1 O V YfivUAUu T P Owwtioio Ky A XaQUABY OKTCXY r a Kf 8 Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY THE BRKOKENRlDQR NEWS OLOYRRPOR Poor and Weak Catarrh and Bronchial Troublo Had no Appotlto Now Bottor In Every WayA Dollcato Child Bomo time slnco I took a sudden cold B1Y s 8EPr 31 1898 thing this rendition of tho Deal and Dumb Institute yell and will doubtless attract much attention Louisville Com Â¬ mercial THE TIME FOR True Courage Onward I throw all tenors IT I Slight tha acorner acorn tha scoff In the t ace and not the prize Glory true distinction Iks Triumph herdi with meanest things Common robbers vilest kings Mid the reckless multitndel Uutthe generous but the good Stand In modesty alone Still seienely struggling on Planting peacefully the seeds Of bright hopes and better deeds Found FANCY WORK is near at hand We are Prepared for it THE DAVIESS COUNTY FAIR Mark the alowlymorlng plough t Is its day of victory now t It deAlts the emerald sod Whelms the flowers beneath the clod Wait the swiftly coming hours Fairer green and sweeter flowers Richer fruits will soon appear Cornucopias of the year I John Uowrinu LOCATED IN INDIANA An Iterestlng Letter From a Home Boy Wonderful Harket Section I am not In Cuba Porto Rica or Spain neither am I a soldier boy but I am a native of old Breckenridge county I wish to let the Nkws and its many readers know that I have an anxious feeling in their behalf pertaining to health wealth and prosperity I am located Ave miles east of Evans ville on the Ohio river at the foot of Three Mile island This is a beautiful country and possesses the most energetic farmers in the state and The first or low bottoms are princi- Â¬ pally adapted to the cultivation of corn and grass while the second bottom or back land is better adapted to wheat clover and potatoes Nearer the city an immense amount of gardening is carriod on Evansville has gained a state reputa- Â¬ tion for its wood market I think it fully deserves the distinction of being the largest produce market in Southern Indiana Those who are not familiar or who have no idea as to the dispensation of farm products could thoy happen to be here on some market morning the sight would be marvelous to them to seo the numerous wagons standing side by side which occupy fully two squares with various varieties of vegetables fruits and meats The days for satisfying the appetite are Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- Â¬ urdays This is an exceptional fine hay mar ket during tht fall months I feel per- Â¬ fectly safe in estimating the average at 15 tons por day The drouth has curtailed the average yield of corn The potato crop is the most bountiful with a yield of 100 bush Â¬ els to the acre Land is valued from 50 to 100 rer te Â¬ Special to the Ilreckenridge News Evanbville Ind Sept 13 acre The perfect drainage system of this section makeB it oue of the most health Â¬ O W J ful places in the universe One Minute Cough Cure That Is what It was made for cures JlLuI tJ b Your Chance All the furniture for- Â¬ merly used in the Heyser House sisting of Beds con- Â¬ Bed- Â¬ ding and househould goods of every des- Â¬ ni- cription will be sold at from 30 to 50 per cent less than cost At private Sale Inquire of HEYSER -- port Ky At A It Fisher Cloyerpnr R A and could not got rid of It Dclng subject Shollman Stephensport Gordon A tlay to catarrh anil bronchial trouble 1 coughrd nes Patesvllle E A Witts Hardins Â¬ terribly I lost my appetite rind frruw burg drug stores a marvelous cure for poor and weak and I did not feel llko all kidney complaints nervous exhaus Â¬ work I began UkliiR Hoods Barsapa tion and fcmalo weakness It Is Foleys rllla In a short time tho cough disap Â¬ Kidnoy Curo peared I slopt well had a good appotlto Last and I was bettor in every way INFORMATION spring I was not feeling well I had no apÂ¬ I resortod to petite and no strength Hoods Sarsaparlllft and noon felt moro As to the Superior Way of Packing My little nephew was a deli Â¬ llko work Apples cate child and had a humor which trou Â¬ not rest at night bled Jilm so ho could Ho has taken a few bottler of Hoods bar Peter Younger Jr superintendent of gaparllla and now ho has a good appctlto tho Nobraska horticultural exhibit at Miss Abuiu J the trans Mississippi and Is ahlo to sleep exposition has Freeman South Duxbury Mass kept careful record of tho behavior of every variety of apples handled giving valuable data regarding those which beet Is tho One True Mood Purifier All drtiBljIsts 1 endure cold storage AlsoBummer fruits which have arrived in the best condition HnAlic 1 IIIj are the beit after dinner and aro of the best quality About 1G0 rlOOU S 26e pjji jiii dlccstlon barrels were placed in cold storage in October 1807 and they began making MILITARY HEROES use of them on the tables June 1 So far the truth has kept much better than ex- Â¬ Are Presidential Possibilities But Naval pected But few of tho apples aro de- Â¬ cayed usually not moro than threo or Heroes Are Ignored four In u barrel On the basis of a score of ten points Ben Davis Wineeap nnd After the Revolution the country Genet havo come out in perfect condi- Â¬ made Washington its great General tion Tho condition of Grimes Golden President for eight years It would is represented by 7 Missouri Pippin 8 have made him President for life if he Iowa Blush 8 White Winter Pearmalu had permitted Red V On the other Andrew Jackson the hero of New Or Â¬ and Mcintosh hand Walbridge did not retain its color leans was mado President for eight good condition as ex Â¬ years because of his military achieve Â¬ or come out in as pected Its condition was at first rated ments in the War ot 1812 C and later dropped to 3 Yellow In 1840 the country recognlied the at Bellfiower was 5 Roman Stem 8 but military service of William Henry Har- Â¬ July 14 showed inclination to become rison by electing him President Eight years later it honored Zuchary moaly The method of packing was to wrap Taylor in the same way because of 1ib each apple first in a thin waxed paper prowess in Mexico and in spite of his second a thicker paper at a cost of about peculiar lack of fitness for civil office In tho next election two Generals of 60c per barrel It is found that wrap tho Mexican War Pierce and Scott ping in two papers the inner of which of the texture used to were the candidates and one of them was something wrap oranges but coated with a prepara- Â¬ was elected Tho Republican party began its career tion that makes it nearly moisture proof wrapping this again with coarser paper by nominating the soldier Fremont When the Civil War was over there for better protection is a most effoctive was no man in all the Union who could method of carrying fruit through and bringing it out in good condition The stand against tho military hero Grant Hayes who followed him was also a very superior quality of fruit stored and handled by this process and its remarkSo was Ben General So was Garfield able keeping quality soue of them jamin Harrison But who ever heard even a suggestion standing up for a number of weeks after that we should make auy one of our placing on tables at tho exposition As a makes this method of packing apples for great naval heroes President man born abroad Paul Jones was ineligi- cold Btorage well worthy of study and American Agriculturist ble but why was there never any talk of imitation the elder Porter of Decatur or Hull of for fifty Centa Perry of Farragut of Dahlgren or of Guaranteed tobacco habit cure makes weak 60c 11 All drufflsts men atrout blood Dure any of the rest as a peculiarly available candidate Why does not prowess in the GREAT BUSINESS MAN nayy count for as much as prowess in the army We here talk now of Roosevelt for Butcher Weyler Knew How to Make Governor and oven for President There Money has been a passing mention of Dewey as a Presidential possibility and certainly Let us give the devil his due says the he has snown statesmanlike qualities New York Mail and Express Weyler and is easily tho first hero of tho war may be a bad soldier but he is a very But neither talented business man He through his in the popular mind Sampson nor Schley has ever been men agiuite in the past two years bought 11 tioned for high civil oilico 000 mules from the United States and The greatest glory in two of our wars Mexico at about 30 apiece and then has been won by the men of the navy sold them through other agents to him Â¬ Why has it never yet been recognixed by self as representing the Spanish Governeven so much as a nomination for high ment at 128 apiece making a clear political places profit of 08 a mule With all allowance An explanation would cast very inter for transportation and feed insurance esting light upon the operations of the and labor bills all of which were pro- Â¬ American mind as reflected in politics bably paid by the poor government New York World tho clear profit must havo been 800000 Equally shrewd was his cattle syndicate Bonfield III The cattle concession was given to a con- Â¬ I am subject to cramps and colic and cern in which he is said to have been have used many remedies but find Fothe chief partner They bought cattle leys Colic Cure beats them all both live and refrigerated at 6 cents per W L Yeats pound The consumption in that city is A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell over a hundred thousand pounds a day man Stophensport Gordon Haynes the profit over 10000 and in 60 days the Patesvllle E A Witt Hardinsburg total profit would be about 0000000 Ho is also said to have had a large inter- Â¬ D AND D YELL est in the tobacco monopoly the flour trade the potato business the wholesale Imaginative Louisville Reporter Tells a cabbage industry the bottled beer com- Â¬ Pretty Story merce and the milk routes of Havyia It is no wonder therefore that the people Two cars full of college boys and not a of Manila say he sent home 0000000 sound two cars full of boys telling how and the people of Havana that he trans they spent their summer vacation and mitted 8000000 Of course this was recalling incidents of last year at college not all for himself He has many poor and not a bit of noise friends in the Cortes It will be a strange thing for the con- Â¬ ductor of the train aud it will be a strange sight for people who happen to travel along with those college boys For every one of them is deaf and dumb and is a student at the Kentucky Deaf and Dumb Institute at Danville the famous school that lias given a college education to eo Thoso who have Rheumatism find many of the brainy men who would themselves growing stondily worse all otherwise have been cut off from so tho while Orn reason of this is that priwWbed by the doctors much of the pleasure in life that is still tha remedies contain mercury itml potash which ul- Â¬ left to them timately intensify tho disease by caus Â¬ However if any one thinks that this ing tho joints to swell nnd stiffen will be a Bad gatheiiug ho will be ery Broducing a severe aching of the bones been curing much mistaken To morrow morning for twenty years oven theRheumatism worst cases the Illinois Central train will bring nine Â¬ which seemed ulmost incurable ty students of the institute into this city Capt OK UuKliea the popular railroad from Paducah and Henderson They conductor of Columbia S O had an experi ence with IthrumaUkiu which convinced blm will be in charge of Messrs A T School that there Id onlv one fluid and S W Menefee and will take cure for that painful disa ease lie aayg I was the 7 40 train on tho Southern road for Kreat mifferer from mus- Â¬ cular IlhrumatUni for Danville two years I could vet n3t CJt They aro a jolly set of fellows are no permanent relief from any medicine pre PaVfA scribed by my physician these deaf and dumb fellows and will I took about a dozen bot enjoy tholr trip to the utmost To vary tles ot your 8 8 8 and I wall as the monotony of things and furnieh a now wasam as lire lamI ever Inmy vent for their animal spirits they will aure mat your memcine cured me and I would give their college yell at each Btation recommend It in an v nne suffering from any blood disease where a stop is made It will probably Everybody knows that Rheumatism mostly seen in this be heard and seen Is a diseased state of the blood and city at the Seventh street depot only a blood remedy ia the only proper Unlike moat col lego yells very little is treatment but a remedy containing to be heard at least very littlo that is ar Â¬ potash and mercury only aggravate the trouble ticulate The college yell runs something lk HI rah hi HI rah he We are the boys being Purely Vegetable goes direct to From the D and D the very cause of the disease and a per- Â¬ The ninety students will signal the manent cure always results It Is the yell with their nimble fingers and will only blood remedy guaranteed to con Â¬ Â¬ tain no potash accompany this by a series of noises ia gerous minerals mercury or other dan which they will endeavor to articulate Books mailed free by Swift Speelfle the worth It Is a strange and curious ipany Atlanta ueorgia as never before OCT 4 IlLlII Hksib9HpsiiiiV V OWENSBORO Embroidery Silk Tho largest stock In this part of the state Hemlnwayn complete lino e 1 KY 7S 98 jlaj ArtStamped Linens Heminways Art Linen 60c a yd 0 inch squares stamped 5c 12 inch squares stamped 0c 18 inch squares stamped 18c All of above aro Heminways the standard of Art Linens Other Stamped Goods from 2c up in Dollies Tray Covers Center Pieces Lunch Covets etc HOOCl S parilla i 851 t If R iikiHLVJfelrisiiiiiH Batfenburg Stamped Lace Patterns for Handkerchiefs Center Doilies Pieces Table Covers etc from 4c up Battenburg Braids Rings and Thread at reduced prices Crepe Paper all shades 5c a roll We lead in Corsets Hosiery Gloves and Under wear Everything in Fancy Goods Mail orders promptly filled t Dr lkkkkHBBwalH0wB9aBBfcH A y ATTRACTION li K c SPECIAL J H HICKMAN President J W CARTER Secretary S AJlilllams OWENSBORO 117 W KY MAIN STREET A Household Necessity No family should be without Foleys Colic Cure for all bowel complaints A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell MITCH MEYER THE FOR SALE SEEDS Haynes man Stephensport Gordon Patesvllle j E A Wilt Hardinsburg Â¬ J Genuine Missouri White Rye Orchard Grass Wheat and Clover State Nicknames Thn nicknames of some of the now states are South Dakota Swing Cat State Washington Chinook State North Flicker tail State Montana Dakota Stub toe State Nebraska Blackwater State Nevada Silver State GENERAL MERCHANT AT CUSTER F DUTSOHKE HOLT KENTUOKY THE VIRQINIUS AFFAIR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Crippled by Rheumatism Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ir Â¬ mfM j SSSrThoBlood For broken surface eorPB insect bites burns skin diseases aud especially Sinking of the Filibustering Vessel piles thero is one reliable remedy De Witts Witch Hazel Salve When you Recalled augurated a call for DeWitts dont accept counter Â¬ will not be disap Â¬ Twenty five years have passed since feits or frauds You OF PLAN DOING pointed with DeWitts Witch Hozal Â¬ the Virglnius was captured and her Cap Salve Short Haynes tain and fifty two of her passengers and BUSINESS crew were summarily executed by the with yoa whither yoa Spaniards of Cuba but tbe memory of Itreitakllllns tobacco habit N continue tbe aflBBfl ntrre remorai tbe desire or tobacco unavenged crime is still fresh in ontnerrouidlitreMexpelanlco wltbrSH1 iPI SSSSSI the vl aMVmT tine purtnei tbe blood frfVt E Vi em n many minds says the New York Times atoret loit manhoodfislr JR I BLauoo boxes To know more about it call at ObaVxfjfl I lllsold 400000 One man who has no difficulty in recall- Â¬ In health nenreaTn I ILSpcueerurel uur aadpocXeVT Jj Jsm 7Xyour own dnipgitwho ing all its details is Capt David O Wood b2f VrfTsf il sflaVwlll Touch tor us Take It with mJM 111 Baa will patiently perslitently One row who served in tho United States JV A boxai usually curess 3boxesatb0 FffcTa naranteedtocureorwererund w navy from 1801 to 1881 and who is now a9k LPSUrTlsi B ayCa takers amuse money lert a resident of Cincinnati His foot was the last to touch the deck of the most historic of filibustering steamers and he still has the 12 foot flag which he hauled ftAAAAVAAAAAtAAAAAAWA down a few minutes beforo she sank beneath the waves ofT Cape Fear In the fall of 1873 Capt Woodrow then a Lieu Â¬ tenant Commander stationed at Dry Tortugas was orderod to Uahia Hoflda to get tho VirginiuB which as poorrepar ATTORNEY AT LAW ation for their muderous cruelty the to give back to Spaniards bad consented Will Practice in all ihe Courts in Breckenridge the United States He found the vessel Meade and in wretched condition and leaking badly Hancock Counties Temporary repals were made however LEARANCE and under her own steam but in tow of Ossipee the United States sloop-of-wClaims collected Mortgages Notes Lions and other securi- Â¬ the Virginlus started on her last voyage ties enforced and the money turned over promptly Divorces For a while tbe sea was smooth and the secured Depositions takon Interest in estates carefully look- Â¬ leaks were kept under control Then a storm cams ou rivets loosened an old ed into Contracts Deeds nnd other legal papers type written Goods Must Go patch on the bow gavo way and the water in the hold roso steadily On the afternoon of December 23 tho fires wero 50 pes Calico worth 60 at 3c threatened and the hope of getting fur 10 pes Blue Cottonade worth tber North than Charleston was aban- Â¬ 15c at 9c doned Early next morning it was seen 1 box sample Slippers aud that oven that port was beyond reach Shoes at 49o Â¬ tor the boilers had begun to show ominous signs of weakness On the 20th the set Window Shades 10c each News Office Cloverport Over Gardners Store Hardinsburg pumpa had all broken down tbe water Good Bleached Cotton at 5c was within a foot and a half of the deck Ladies Corsets worth 50c and tho crew were utterly exhausted at 25c Then says Capt Woodrow I sig Â¬ Remnants Silks at your own naled to the Ottlpee to take us off at price once The sea was very rough for it Ladies Vests at 4c was blowing a gale so there was no time 1 to lose Boys Vests at 3c When the boats of the Osslpeo came alongside I put the landsmen on Ladies Hose 10c quality at first and it took four trips to get us all 5c off safely The officers went in the last 10c 15o and 20o Organdies boat and a littlo later the Virginius at 5o went down in eight fathoms of water 10 doz Century Corsetsworth When DONS COMPLETE PILE OUEE is guaranteed 100 our prico 49c Coughed 25 Years to curo you It is tho discovery of an ominont physician Best Jeans Pants 49o I sutiered for 25 years with a cough No Interruption of Business No Knife 30 Mens all wool filling suits and spent hundreds of dollars with doc- Â¬ worth 7 at 398 Tho first treatment brings immediate relief It has tors and for medicine to no avail uutll I cured thousands and will curo you Sample Hats at your own us d Dr Bells This MR T S WILCOX prominent merchant politician prico remedy makes weak luugs strong It and chiei 01 tno Uhattanooga liro Department says has saved my lite J B Rosell Grants After ver of suffering DONS PILE OINTMENT was rec burg 111 ommended to me The use of one box effected a permanent cure I voluntarily give you this statement hoping it will be the means HIDDEN MONEY of bringing your wonderful remedy to the attention of others suf- Â¬ 20 lbs nico Sugar 1 00 fering with piles 10 bars St LouiB Soap at 25o Price 100 Prepaid to any Address Brought to the Banks By Frighten- Â¬ Being Good Coal Oil 10c per gal ed Owners Good Greon Coffoe 3 lbs for CHATTANOOGA TENN 25a Grayson county has some citizens who stick to the primitive customs of a cen BIG GUT IN ALL tury ago great many of them instead of deÂ¬ A DEPARTMENTS positing their surplus cash in the bink for safe keeping bury it In the ground or hide it away in old stockings Since Go the Short Creek robberies however the IN- Â¬ people seem to be inclined to trust the banks and money is now being brought Brandenburg Ky We breed on scientific principle the IN FINK POULTRY to tbe Lettchflld institutions for deposit following Black Minorcas Buff Cochins Barred Plymouth Roeku that has every appearance of having been White Wyandottes W O W Polish Light Brahma buried n the ground Is breaking his own record of Low Prices He has al Â¬ ways given his customers the benefit of money saving bar- Â¬ gains but this month ho outclasses himself Everything in his store has beeti marked to bed rock He has in- Â¬ PROFIT SHARING Pyu MITCH MEYERS STORE ayvsv iTVt9lrt Startling Sssation CUSTER KENTUCKY Â¬ Yeakels Great V G BABBAGE G OST sale We are Closing Out f CHARGES REASONABLE OPPIOBS VWVWAWVWfVIVV T Tmrr Why Suffer Agony Groceries DON CHEMICAL COM1 aNY Mel WHY DONT YOU VEST A FEW DOLLARS Om Minute Cough Cur cur Tkt If what It was mU far sVMWrt VTSTT TTS Your moneys worth or no sale KENTUCKY STOCK Writ for catalogue Free POULTRY FA KM Brandenburg Ky