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WjfV ar- -A 3 a f 7 - TwrrTPrrf 4MH4MHflHflHMH4ftNMt iWMHl T fEF i- 1 gf M in - BRE j ENRIDOE NEWS NW THATS BRAINY EDUCATOR mmmffsfm r BftWffr 5Mltgiitfi ws v ALL THR CLOVEKPORT RU TO PRINT NO 1 A BOY A OL XXIV KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JTJLt 19 1899 Brcckcnrldge County Boy Octs Plum In Colorado iprra J m INCENSE AND HOLY WATER WERE IN THE GAME Clovcrports And Canncltons Played Snappy Ball Tho Visitors AUuln Sent Homo In feat De- Â¬ DROWNED Fell Under the Turbine of a Mill Was Dead When Taken Out of the n r BhNew Temple m s of Worship Was 1 Fridays baseball game had all tho ear marks of professionalism It was the fastest Bnappiest prettiest game of baseball that has been put up hero this season From the first to the last inning it was a pltchora victory and that pitcher was the redoubtable Burcb whose noble right arm had complote mastery oyer the sphere What he did to the Canneltons was a plenty He threw such deceptive curves that they were compelled to saw the air and every mothers son was convinced that there was a hole in tho bat Burch had tho pleasure of striking out soyenteen while Chenyult of tho Can Â¬ neltons who is no slouch himself only JK Dedicated rf JxuXhe Sombre Robed Priests Ghanttedv the Psalms ft7- Willie Devout Hearts Poured FortK Praise to the jV m- Most Hih V - v Z Tl - Vt 1 IF it ilcaiiqn of - 2i j 3 f - v he Church of the GuarIajrfAnfedMtJ Merino -m irvingiun v Tho boautiiai new church of the Guar Â¬ dian Angel nt Mount Merino Irvington was dedicated Sunday with the solemn ceremonial services of tho Catholic church The weather was perfect and as a con- Â¬ k lv l sequence an immense congregation con Â¬ servatively estimated to number from 1600 to 2000 was presont to witness the eVent Devout Catholics and liberal Chris- Â¬ tians of all denominations were present rom railed around i The regular passenger trains brought immense crdwds of people from all ata- tions on the main line of the Henderson xoutp between Waitman Owensboro and Lputflvillo while a great concourse came from all the towns on the Fordsville brancht A special train waa required to bring the Louisville delegation Oq account of the illness of the Right Reverend Bishop McOloakoy of this v ft fUoceae the Rev Father Bock rector of X tho cathedral at Lousville was deleeat- uiv C ed to oiTUfate in hio place tjjpfy Thither priesta present were Father Waterman the first resident pastor of j4lt Merino FathSr OConnor his sue-cessorFathet Pikeo St Oharleachurch municants w kf Yr -Morion county and Father Brey- tho It was established in 1852 and is his-Â¬ present pastor toric because of the fact that itonco sus- Â¬ Solemn high maa celebrated by Kev tained a fine college I Father Brey assisted by Eev OConnor Its first naator was Rev Father Snanld- eaoontntBrBtkeoUB deaeon and Rev- rlngj who has his homo in another par Hock Master of Ceremonies ish Its first resident pastor was Bev Isidore Fopham andBenjamin Schind Father Westerman who lived there 10 ler acted as alcolytes and Anthony King years He was succeeded by Eev Fath Â¬ as censer bearer er Craney now pastor of St Annes The dedicatory ceremony was as beau- Church at Morganfield who Bent a letter tiful as it was impressive The priests of regret that he could not attend Bev preceded by the aurpliced cross bearer Fathers OConnor Henneoey Niehaua and by tho alcolytes bearing the censer and Carrol followed Rev Father Brey ndholy water marched in solemn the devout and greatly loved pastor of Vf procession around he exterior and in Â¬ the Cloverport church also includes the terior of the church sprinkling holy Mt MerinO church in hia pastorate He water on the walls and chanting psalms is a zealous christian and his liberality t The dedicatory sermon a powerful his fine intellect broad sympathies and dissertation on the iplinesa of Mie tenv lovable character makes both communi- Â¬ ple of the Lord was preached by Bey ties fortunate in their possession of him Father Kock The sermon occupied an The ladies of the congregation are hour and In it was given a clear expos- - worthy of tho highest praise for the tion of tho creed of Catholicism by Rev splendid work they performed In decor--atln- g Fatlier Rock who possesses a magninV the new church and getting it in cent voice Tho sermon was listened to shape for the services with intense interesfeby the vast throng The solemn bighTmasa was impressive Â¬ Lunglrritatiou ly celebrated The choir which came is the forerunner to consumption Dr especially from Louisville for the occa Bells will cure it and V don sang Haydens beautiful third moss give strength to the lungs that a cough in a manner that created a profound pr cold will not settle there Twepty spiritual atmosphere- - The ch6lrdh flve cents at all good druggists sisto of Geo MlddendorfrFrank Zuernor l Joseph H iold Theresa Reverman Death of firs Adams Dvena Mueller aiid Maymo Rnser Mrs Martha Adams died in Louisville Julia Schuhman The organist Frot Thursday July 13th of cancer of the Krueat Zoeller is one of the most accom Â¬ stomach She ws sixty one years of plished musicians in Louisville atfe at the time of her demise The de- Â¬ The choir is connected with the ceased was taken to Louis villo about cathedral and its trafningsand talent two months ago for treatment but she places iV fpremoat as an expositor of grew worse with each succeeding day sacred music 8hotwos burled in the docal cemetery1 After the morning services John Ldwls- Mis Adams left six children Mrs 4i KnfiTflAnw tartaric tlia annAiinnamanf Blester TYeatherholt Charles T Adams fc dinner would be served on the grounds Mra John Weatherhqlt Pd Adams Never blforoin Uie history b Irving Lewis Adams Albert Adams and Tru Â¬ v ton was the hospitality of that grand man Adams litu Dlitce put a gi eatr test or more i iwbiy exemplified i A HOODOO v Under the treeswoa a Tbiita 4 j4wdlA triBte to the ability of the JeseMarlQw H tlisAakles Hurt thatipkca cooks and Agate CRUrWwgw It waa a magalflcent feast asd tlif eod thiufu WDft Deryed wltha Jeseerarlowd of Patesvyie Beema to predVaalKwd The good Catholics were be pursued by a hoodoo iBfc4Cjji ty the good protestanta and re A few1 mouths ago his ankles were ChrisUaa good will prevailed all round hurt by a pile of tlmbdi falling on them People o nil denominations who lived and last week his hona oil with him and his ankle was so badly sprained that lief will be laid up for a few weeks W rii Piue-Tar-Hon- ey --- in the town and the country round about vled with one another in giyint tho guests from a distauce a taste of Irvington hospitality The priests were the guests of Ken Watben whose brother Ohapeze Wath en of Owensboro was also present In the evening tho vesper service with its sermon and benediction was pro- Â¬ nounced amid the beautiful peace and calm of a pastoral twilight The contract for the beautiful new church was let to J K Bramlette Irvingtona contractor by Rev Father Carroll and the work of building tho church waa done under tho sapervision of its present pastor Rev Father Brey The church which is a splendid type of the gothio design after Sir Arthur Wren is in the shape of a cross with a central spire flanked by smaller spires on each side It has a seating capacity of 300 and with its decorations cost 2500 The church waa built with money fm nished by the congregation and is en- Â¬ tirely free of debt Tho congregation of the church of the Guardian angel consists of about forty families and embraces about 200 com- Â¬ bofMwlvf A Wrong Notion UfcaSfttt baby mwi t iaxtffcatMt OotaPateat Eugene H JiingslburyJ of this city haabeen stifled by his attorneys that ho has been granted aptent oaa stove Â¬ pipe pleaner The investion simple and will be in demand in every tosunUt vy fm o n ira tuiwimu tmmmm f A m LH t pp fin home lie ihas veryflptkerlBg Ua catloiw pipe d tar e3adlreai JjjlL ady received some all ladl feuie i hfw at0v r Mr MfuittH Httdptd m UUdUU ua Bmw iwa wK Uy i Bwa road 4f tii ti ud Lha MsrtMMM trift VWU ikdbtkww u Wntf wtvMr h timt w WP i WBfiBXAiM21 taeMU lliiBlrtFlt1it batfttr I The populists throughout the State are unusually active this year They prom- Â¬ ise to put out a full State ticket com- Â¬ posed of somo of the best men in the State BADLY HURT The populists of Breckenridge county struck out six intend to make an active campaign and The Canneltons were greatly strength Little Jackson Kinder Dragged By a with this end in view they havo issued a ened and from tho moment the umpire call for a mosa convention of the Peo-Â¬ Wild Horse yelled Play Ball until the finish they ples Party to be held at tho court houco Dog Causes Them to Jump From were strictly In the game They had some good talent along and Jackson the little son of James Kin at Hardinsburg on July 24th the fourth death and Funeral of Miss a two Story Window their fielding and base work was aa pret Â¬ der of Skillman waa badly hurt Mon Â¬ Monday to nominate a candidate for ty as has been seen here in many a day day while hauling hay He waa at work the legislature Laura Yeager The meeting will be called promptly They struck a hot proposition in the One Is Badly Injured and Another has on William Hnltza place and one of tho a Sprained Ankle Clovcrports however and hod to work animals hitched to tho wagon was rath- Â¬ at 10 oclock Dr JU II McMullin chairman of the She Was a Most Estimable Young hard for what littlo glory they got er wild It ran away and young Kinder Peoples Party committee for this coun- Â¬ Lady Burch in tho box and Lee Yeager be- Â¬ Bob McGavock who lives a short dis- waa thrown to the ground and dragged V hind tho bat proved to be a beautiful tance southwest of town had occasion to some distance Ho was badly cut and ty seems much encouraged over the outlook battery while Joe Seymour Boy Heser go to Daviess county last Saturday As bruised but not dangerouly injured After an illness of almost a year Sjony Point Overton Casey at the there were no men about the place he Laura Yeager died at the home of her Qld Kentucky Welcome to The Eaglo King of All Birds Bat Hamblofon Morrison and Peters was compelled to leave his wiie and two mother Mrs Sallie Yeager She Mrs F W Judson of St Louis Mo made up a hunch of talent that waa little daughters alone with no other protectors is noted for its keen sight clear and dis- Â¬ icuuueu uie age oi zi mj tinct vision So are those persons who youngest daughter of Goo W Seaton short of professionals than theflre arms in the house Alias Laura waa an exceptional yaaa The following was the score During the night the ladies were use Sutherlands Eagle eye salvo for formerly of this county is visiting a few WomanTpoeaessed ot wonderful weak oyea styes sore eyes of any kind weeks with her sister Mrs Jeff Miller and talent She was true awakened by a noise on the porch to hop a Canndton or granulated lids Sold by all dealers end brother Jas D Seaton whom she always had a After awhile the noise seemed to come kind word fq ey Cloverport oo o 4 a 0 4 1 o II at 25 cents has not seen since early childhood She was the backbone of her fanUJjr1 The members of the home team made from the first floor They were in their This ia Mra Judsons first visit to old sleeping apartments on the second floor Jtor a number of years she held baso hits aa follows Died of a Broken Heart having been born and raised sition as compositor in this Kentucky Their nerves become unstrung and Casey 3 Hambloton 0 Burch 2 Yea- Â¬ John McAdams of Hawesville who in Eastern Kansas and her many rela- Â¬ was extremely loved by all ger 3 Heyserl Morrison 3 Petera2jL Mrs McGavock the mother in an ex- Â¬ recently enlisted in the regular army at tives and friends are glad to welcome elates Afterwards sho waswiv cess of fright jumped from the second Seymour 6 Overton 4 story window She was soon followed Cincinnati has left San Francisco and is her to the childhood home of her father by the firm of Wm Vest M NOTES now on hia way to the Philipines He and mother who were well known all held her in high esteem k by her daughter Stella Â¬ TheOloverports are ready to eat Har- Btrong advocate of tho Chr The old lady was so badly hurt that waa in charge of a squad of twenty re- over this section of country V dinsburg up and a most devout member Wii she has beep confined to her bed ever cruits and took them across the contin- Â¬ Will Teach Indians ent One became mutinous and was The attendance at the games is very since and it is feared that she has sus- connected with that church W Miss Maude Adkisson Guston has years killed by a negro sentry while another encouraging rtained permanent injures Her funeral took place frosthl Miss Stella McGavock the oldest of the number died from what the phy- Â¬ gone to Fort Sill I T to take charge of Dr Owen is as much of a rooter as lit- Â¬ an Indian Missionary school Fort Sill bc m daughter escaped with a sprained ankle sician callodvbroken heart cnurcn wnerp tle Frank Moorman is situated in the Commanche nation oiage oi uer menus congreguac Seymour distinguished himself as The youngest daughter sat in tho win- Â¬ A Warrant Issued the members of which are known as ticipate in the last sad rites usual lie has won the reputation of dow and said she would not jump until A warrant was issued to the sheriff of blanket Indians as the Cpmmanches Rev Beare of the Christian caywlijj she had to being old reliable It was ascertained that the noise was Breckenridge county by the Judge of are a wild tribe Her school Is conduct- Â¬Â¬ uuuvorcu u uiuui appropriate sermon Lee Yeagers beautiful running catch made by a big dog thai was kept on the the Daviess circuit court for the arrest of ed under the auspices of the Presbyter- the virtues of the deceased Rev T-- V of a foul ball was a grand stand play It Carleton Adkins and to bring him be- Â¬ ian board of Missionaries Joiner pastor of the Elm St T IT place set the bleachers in a roar fore the court at the noxt August term church followed Rev Beare with a An Appeal Taken Clever Jack Rirhey who is a candi- Â¬ Dont Tobacco Spit aud Smoke Tour Mfe iwaj to show cause why he shall not be fined eloquent tribute to the character jtfi tpta To quit tobacco easily and forever M mag- for contempt of court by failing to pay to An appeal has been taken in the case deceased date for sheriff of Perry county Ind j tr netic full of life nerve and visor take of Sulzer against Nolte which was de- Â¬ held down first baso for Canneltbn The body was tken toi the0twrv tho wonder worker that makes weak men his wife Florence Adkins tho sum of Cure guaran10 a month until otherwise ordered by cided against the plaintiff in federal port cemetry where it was laid tcifteff fcy The games are always made more pop-Â¬ strong All druggists COo or teed sample Dooklet Address court last nymtb says the Owonsboro the members of the members ov ular by the attendance of Clovcrports Sterling Remedyand Chicago freeNew York the court Co or Messenger The case involves the dis O U W Lodge beautiful young ladies the prettiest on It wV TmVAtJb A Orfcat Time tributionof the estate of thei elder Sul Â¬ most largely attended funeralsta7qqr the footstool Thrown From the Engine Somo of the parties Preside in took place here zer The YP S O E gave a magnificent Clark of the Canneltons made a home On Thursday afternoon Harry Mor- Â¬ for tho benefit of the rison fireman on engine No 15 met Indiana and some in Kentucky The family have tho heartfelt run He got mad at the umpires decis- Â¬ entertainment rhv nt thn rnmmnnttv Presbyterian church at the Fisher home Â¬ with a painful accident at West Point the field and walked home ion quit Improving the Road stead last Friday night The hay ride He waa just about to jump upon the desulking all t o way The work of improving the Tar Springs DEATH OF S J PARKS Hargls Canneltons center fielder the cake walk and other features wore pot platform to get orders The engine and Mt Pisgah road has at last begun in made a beautiful throw from center to the most unique and pleasing ever given was in motion and he slipped on a greasy earnest Men are now at work cutting second base It was as brilliant a throw here The refreshments were plentiful spot on the apron and was thrown upon piling for the bridge across Tar Fork and Deceased Was n Alan of Fine Charac- Â¬ and nicely soryed and the immense the platform He was very severely and play as was seen here this season ter crowd of guests went away praising the bruised and has been laid up as a conse- Â¬ the railroad company has placed a large Stejre Hall is making a brilliant success hospitality of their entertainors The supply of bridge timber at the disposal as a rnanagor The team has won four eyent was a social and financial success quence Breckenridgo county has sustained of the county The railroad company games out P Aye since he has taken will partially defray the cost of building great loss in the deatho Keep it in Your Home Clifton Mills hold He Is the life of the nine and i is Train Derailed the bridge And when the bowels fail to act proper- Â¬ how booking some elegant attractions The deceased was one of theOlijAtt The down passenger train with en ly take a dose of Lyons Laxative Ilotv Are Tour Kidneys f BosO ball is a success in Cloverport under citizens of the county He was Severity gineer Ferry at the throttle and in Sybdt Dr Hobba all It acts gently but effectually on ple free AddSparasna Pllli core Co kidney Ills Sam years of ago at the time othis death the his auspices Chicago or K V Sterling llcmodr charge of Conductor Haight was de Â¬ the kidneys liver and bowels will keep dissolution taking place at 3 30 Suriuay Burch is a dandy The small boy railed at Henderson Tuesday morning Bought Materials afternoon after an Ulnara nf twn tooaW thinks that what he cant do with the Mr and Mrs J D Babbage and E C your system in good working order and make your complexlon clear Mr Parka was one of thoso HenjMMHut James Lewis oi this city has the con- Â¬ ball is not worth doing He is a team Babbage of this city were passengers tract for the frame work of the new tial unostentatious conservative n by himself IVlth Lee Yaeger and the r They Will do It Catholic church at Hardinsburg He whose firm Integrity and whps4pnrUy--rfgood team that is now backing him ho Imperfect digestion and assimilation Squiro Heck does his duty in spite of went to Louisville Monday and purchas- Â¬ of character moke them ideal citizens dii is giving the people a taste of prolesalon produco disordered conditions of tho Ste wos the other ofDrB IV ParkgjWr hot weather On Wednesday he mar Â¬ ed the materials from J P Wills Co system which grow and are comflrmed al base ball by neglect HEROINE gives tone to ried George H Willis and Mary Finley the best known lumber and planing mill one of the best physicians of theooimVy also of Herman B B At and Jease Jul The Farm Journal has nearly two the stomach and causes good digestion of Breckenridge county People who firm in the Ohio Valley Parks million readers each issue J it is putting Price 60 cents A R Fisher i can muster up enough sand to run away Hoop And Barrel Factory His wife aged 65 yeata survive him in a new press that wll print 20Q copies and get married in the kind of weather j L D Addison of Addison is one of J The deceased nerved nnn on nW Well Attended we have been having this week should a minute it is the best farm paper in of the coun- Â¬ Iff and another as deputy sheriff of America and it pleases the women folks tha The picnic near Rices store in the not be kept waiting Cannelton the most progressive citizens all to pieces We have made a epecial Tor ty He has dismantled the old distillery county He was a consistent member of Fork neighborhood was yery large Enquirer arrangement by which we are able to at Addison and will convert it into- a the Cumberland Presbyterian cknrek large crowd of send the Farm Journal for the balance ly attended Saturday A hoop and barrol factory He went to The funeral conducted at Walnut Was a Mistake people had a royal time enjoying the Gteif ptj809 and all of 100010011002 and New York Monday to purchase the was under the auspices of thaMasoM various sports that wero provided Last week J B Howard a merchant 1003 nearly five years to all subscribers machinery lodge of which he waa a member of Fordsville caused the arrest of Dr J F of the BBECKXHirxiK News who pay a V NewStatlOH W Fletcher of Prehtts upon a charge of New Storage Houses year in advance I have used Chamberlains Cough 1 The Henderson Route has opened obtaining money under false pretenses This city has been selected as ft point Remedy in my family for years and ai i It May Bo a Boar up a ae w station called Ruth on tho Ir It bos developed that Dr Fletcher Is an for the maintenance of a permanent ways with good results said Mr W yingto and Fordsville branch Joe T honest man and that he hasjlyed up to The people living in the Bock Vale of supplies by the Cooper ot El Rio CaL Fqt small StVf his contract Mr Howard wasbanty in warehouse and depot neighborhood in Hhis county arevery Jones has been appointed agent Standard Oil Go It has caused to be dren we find it especially effect ye his actions and slncoroly regrets what much exercised oyer the appearance In T l erected a large storage sbed and oil X vi wu uy 1 4v 1J- happened ilouur uioverport x that section of a wild animal which very of which are situated near A Shellman Ktophenspdrt tank both MM0 PURIFIER SENT FREE much resembles a bear As yet no efÂ¬ Broke tier Shaft the depot forts have been made to capturofit A ma DEAL ACura fcrf Blood and 8kln Diseases Eoza Tho Steamer Tell City on her way top Named Qoebel BuPiJmples Scrofula Bolls Blood the river from Evansvillebroke her Hurt His Foot V Caaoer Etc David Vaughan of the Echols neigh Chicago Firm Purchases Large shaft a short distance abovoTell City Paul the ypungson of Jerry Tilford of Timber 316 Friday and had to be towed back by borhood In Ohio county is the daddy of Co By addressing Blood Balm passenger conductor on the Branch Mitchell St Atlanta Ga any of the the K Q Ragon This is the second or a ten pound boy whom be has named met with an accident last week at his William GOebel It is to bo hoped the One of the largest purchases oj timber home at Fordsville which resulted In Nws readers my obtain a sample bot third accident of a similar nature that boy will not take after his illustrious land in this Bectlon was made last wMr 13 is JJ Jiotanio baa occurred to the Tell city this season the infliction of an ugly wound which tle of their famous namesake in some particulars Blood Balm the greatest grandest best St Rock Haven by M L Gould repreÂ¬ wil lay him up for some time A Tine 0itput and ftrosfiMt blood remedy made Cures senting L T Dixon of Chicago Oot the Contract jm to our immediately after tho sale Mr Gould pimples ulcers CoatlntfcHpyr WlB all ItVfall The saw mill industry in the Glen contractor has John TakeOiScateu Candy Oattortfa WoorMV Ciena lWMeed poison eating sores deane neighborhood vras never so active secured Shouse the local the brick auu put 60 men at work felllag the Umber yt ft O P MM cmrt drmjghita wlwU Mpny dlatreW wjfetyptlow cancer ca as at the present time Mattlnglya mill masonry the contract to do new on the tract and In a week or men ay wmi ytj work on the Catholic Frae awdlcal aj vice has sawed fiOQ000 feet of fine hardwood Ffaw Rata era saw mills that will alva work to a YbMatk church building at Hardinsburg of VOur lumber since January 1st Other mills faaidalMci4te maUarmy BtMd taaaaa will Mia which- - tall la thk imttoa iMlwUd Th i ThhgUirew oAnt Is ia that locality have done equally aa tMUbia k iVf4 lRoperattoH v wbiih vhlle AiJkl fkmk Vettle well uorn MMM0O tad MMr I paid Large boUUa tata m inuxuawt ymjtttj giawy maawi w woman hum m Abf H Tha n iifni iiWii qoatt of wadiataf Tar iKBti muI Ghillrfia tfm ii ekaa sancabaAanfeUd y it Ha rmniliT iaitoid with iboM vha Ml formlebyaJl botI Til Wfm Tii W AhmtfcatW KIAUqr Ji bat tkM of mm bMiteg w naltoly wtiaU fa all IF i i m Wftnam Try iter Mtki 4 iMMtav A JL irirtfcrtiMW Breckenridge county boys are somo pumpkins when they get away from hdmo Prof M B Aviit formerly of Hardins burg has been elected to a principalsbip of tlie city schools of Trinidad Col Trinidad is tho metropolis of South Western Colorado It is the county seat of Las Animus county and has a popu- Â¬ lation of about 10000 Its most important Buburbs are 1 Moro and Sopris both of which are coal mlnine towns The writer was a resident of that place about twelvo years ago when Trinidad was on a boom It was then an impor- Â¬ tant educational center and must be moro oo now Prof Avitt is to be congratulated up- Â¬ on his good fortune He is a progressive educationist and deserves every favor Of the flcklo goddeBO Wheel Royal OYAt 11 Baking PotVDEft - Makes the food more delicious and wholesome tuuma Kjwotd co Ntw ycMk Water five year old son of Buck of Dundee Ohio county was drowned Friday by falling in a pool of water under the turbin wheel of a wat Â¬ er mill The boy was playing about the mill whilo his father was making some re- Â¬ pairs In Borne way whilo near tho turbine wheel he lost his balance and fell in the pool of water under the wheel Ho was drowned before tho remains could be taken from tho water Buck Deane the fathor is rolated to Dr Renfrow of this city Henry the Dean POPULISTS ARE ACTIVE Will Nominate a Candidate Representative tloru FREE EXCURSIONS Miners Enjoy a TrlpToi Sebree City Manager Thomas Blair of the Baskett coal mines is ono of the biggest hearted mine operators in Kentucky On Friday be treated his employees to a grand free excursion on a special r train to Sebree city The splendid dinner and a vast quan Â¬ tity of refreshments were served free to the miners and they had a royal time Mr Blair is a philanthropist in the truest sense May his shadow never grow less -- For Call Has Been flade For A Convcn- - SCARED WOMEN TOHER REWARD Â¬ Hb i 3456789 ooo2 oooo 46 rrjra oay 1 Â¬ Xhimti 3l Â¬ 3JPrW4f- Â¬ i Jv rr - n1v a pIm aw vr in trki A i et3n CASTOR A bt atlt alojtttrV1 ft 3 kiXl 9m wayiaMnavatt nmhm in lUm af mmmmmimnMEiM tmmmmvk tJ4mJ Si IW Cl i S8tdBwm rMM mow f rpuyf Tlf yy ft i is in the indopondont voter within the party wnenit is maao to appear that men do some thinking for themselves and there Is a lirhlt to tho leading bi political bosses they will look bettor to their selections for public office I bono the Republicans of the state will to rise to the occasion and put 4mWi ticket that will commend itself Kofi self respecting voters of the wish you success in your efforts for good citizenship and good roads in Brecken- Â¬ ridge I hope to visit tho old haunts sometime next month Sincerly Yours V 4- - r ft THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS eqt rp D AND V a BABBAGE Editors and Proprlotors bejv WEDNESDAY JULY 19 1809 ittavl Arc Von Ever iiiliiaiiHiitcitiimiit AIjI QUARTERLY REPORT OF TUK BRECKINRIDGE June 1800 BANK SIX RAGES WHAT FORBIDS US FROM TELLING THE TRUTH GAILY S O WELL I Bates I Depressed And Summer Goods LAW3STS CLOVERPORT KY At the closo of business on tho 80th day S RESOURCES Loan and dlacounti leas loam to dlrectora Loaru to officer a 0erd RlU unaeenred Duo from National bank 39091 ot Due from atate bankiand bank art 1014000 7670701 J8o7 3 151833 WELL 11 WELL 111 A fow years ago we boasted that the Nxwa was twenty one years old and able to take caro of itself Today we call attention to the fact that this edition is the last number of the twenty third volumo and tomorrow the News starts in on the year of its existence and is still able to tako care of itself Ilavo you noticed dear reader that there Is something paradoxical about this paper Of course you have You are obseryant onough to realize that the older it grows tho younger it gets Look over tho news paces todiy Notice how well overy corner of this papers peculiar bailiwick lini beun covered Bee tho items from Hartford from Lewisport from Pellvllle from Brandenburg from every town and hamlet of Breckenridge county Surely for a county paper the News is enterprising It must have the energy of youth the vitality the buoyancy of manhoods dawn to do its work so woll That is the secret of the papers success Its vigorous manhood It realizes that its 2500 subscribers are the best people on earth that they admire energy courage stamina and patriotism Sometimes our subscribers tell us so For instance there is Jefferson Ballow of Btephensport lie takes the trouble to sit down and putl or 2 in an onyelope to Bend to us in payment lor subscription Then he does something nicer than that he writes n note to accompany it and the note reads this way John Babbago I find you aro a gentleman and that you have got a lot of reason about you You print a good county paper and you will always find a sale for it I believe you have done more for the county thnn a great many law makers have done If anything important comes up you unravel it for ua I can seo you twenty-fourth Ohemsuoro Ky Mr Editor I see from your issue of the 12th a notice of the completion of Mr R N Hudsons residenco wherein you gavo him all the credit Now Mr Hudson is a builder of railroads not an architect I claim all the credit of plans and speci Â¬ fications of tho above mentioned resi- Â¬ dence and if ray reputation as an archi tf vns not bo well known I think I woul I have a good and just causo for ac l in against your paper for damage Under cxUting circumstances I will over look Mm slight this time but in future ttltMR ba a littl moro cautious in mak Â¬ ing usurtions I am Yours trnlv O L AllLIQATX Wo humbly beg Mr Applegates pai don We acknowledge that ho is the running mate of Billy Hohenloo and that he Is the most versatile cuss alive with the exception of tho Germrn Emperor and wo make the exception for foar of being jailed for lac Majate Certainly Mr Applegate designed Mr is it not due to nervous Things always exhaustion look so much brighter when we How can are In good health you have courage when suffer- Â¬ nervous ing with headache prostration and great physical weakness Would you not like to be rid of this depression of spirits By removing the How cause By taking DIMITIES AND DRY GOODS 933 9 rianklnghouieand lot Other real eatate U S Oonda Other etocki and bonda Specie Currency 300000 1187873 10000 y 1141015 18398a 536019 OF LIGHT TEXTtRE 4S9 7 AT AND -- BELOW Furniture and Flxturea Debtalnialt Sump Account 300000 130171 9600 COST UAniLITIKS Capital itock paid In In caih Surplus fund Undlrlded profit Due depositors as follows viz Deposits aubj ct to chrck on which Interest Is not paid 7440091 Time certificates of deposit on which interest Is paid 10975660 Fond to pay taxes Unpaid Dividends 4510000 toooooo 58151 V iWcsT AtfV poisonous materials from your It removes the cause of body your suffering because it re- Â¬ moves all impurities from your blood Send for our book on Nervousness To keep in good health you must have perfect action of the bowels Ayers Pills cure con- Â¬ stipation and biliousness Fcrhapt you rould like to eoninlt ome eminent phrilclam about your condition Thoa wrtto m freely all the particular In yonr eaie You vrlll re oelye s prompt reply without coat Addroei SB J 0 AVER Lowell r K BUTTERICKS FASHION PLATES FOR AUGUST NOW READY llit1f t 71083 133300 J Hudsons houBo son-of-a-g- are a useful man That letter did us a heap of good We appreciated it more than we would precious jowels or fine gold It reminded us of the truth of what General Oil Bald that there is more to live for in this world than money Sometimes though we are taken off our high horse When we have backbone enough to Bay The News believes in thus and bo and that thus and so is dif ferent from the belief of some of our subscribers one of them says John Babbage I take my pen in hand to write these few lines to tell you that you committed the crime of 1873 you and that old Benedict Arnold named John Sherman Stop my paper CAN EAT EM RAW It makes that subscriber feel good Ho thinks he has scotched us Feels Editor New3 The Cloverport ball team like at oM miser that has foreclosed a mortgage on the homestead of an enemy suyn it can wipe up Hardinsburg club in a jiffy Peels that he has busted the paper and that we cant get along without his S N Hall Mgr support but nay readers we get fat on that kind of thing It makes our friends Delightful Event 1Btick closer to us and sometimes we collect money on subscriptions that would At the town of Hardinsburg orr Wednesday evening a supper was given otherwise po to the loss side of the ledger Well the Niws would rather be tight than be president It would rather be at the lake in honor of Miss Florence Cottrell the charming guest of Miss the best county paper in the Biate than bo a hide bound party organ Alice Baker Miss Margaret Skillmans Its got the Bait of tho earth as its constituency Its only twenty four years house party Misses Simmons and Tonm son of Owonsboro and Messrs James fdliaa a long time yet in which to preach Qod and morality Skillman and Jes9 Willis joined the Sjfcwswithufl crowd at the lake A delightful lunch Â¬ The Grayson county lawyer who en was served at 0 30 and the crowd strollUA GREAT OFFER LiiJKftT tered suit against the I O railroad for ed around the grounds until 0 oclock 100900 evidently overlooked the possi Â¬ and then a number of the party Misses FatjiOournal From Now to Decem bilities of a lucky combination of figures Cottrell Baker Simmons Tompsoc and ber 1903 Nearly Five Years Skillman Mepsrs Willis Skillman Her- Â¬ He should have made the sum 4144 bert and Harold Beard Dr John and By special arrangement made with the Lewis Kincheloe were entertained at the publishers of the Farm Journal we are Secretary Aloer has not resigned home of Dr A M Kincheloe by the at- Â¬ enabled to offer that paper to every sub- Â¬ nor will he resign He is resigned to tractive Miss Mary L Smith until the scriber who pays for the Bhkckeniudqb the situation and the public may as well wee hours of the night Musio was fur Â¬ Jwb one year ahead for onlv 1 both accept with resignation the fact that nished by Miss Cottrell and Messrs Wil- Â¬ papers for the price of ours only our there are no prospects of his resigning lis and Kincheloe paper one year and the Faim Journal from now to December 1003 nearly five THE ENGLISH AND AMERICAN OF Deacons Make n Record years The Farm Journal is an old IT established paper enjoying great popu Fellville Baptist church can beat any An Esousii statesman asked Chaun larity one of the best and most useful other church on deacons They aro cey Depew while the latter was in Eur- Â¬ farm papers published ope why the Unitod States did not H D Bruner Walter Medcalf W W 365 This offer Bhould be accepted Spencer and William Powers Last May square Aguinaldo Chauncey 6ays I without delay I told that statesman that the people H D Bruners wife presented him with of the United States would rather send a fine boy In the same month Walter Tim nnwnnnnnr In tlin wnlkinp rialflpate one hundred thousand two hundred Medcalfs wife presented him with a lot civilization thousand or even three hundred thous girl Last Thursday night Deacon Will and men to tho Philippines than spend iam Powers wife presented him with a 500 in squaring Mr Aguinaldo Good roads and the school teachers are Right you are Chaunceyl Wo are nine pound girl and on last Friday even Â¬ the greatest civilize rs now Bending General Bates to the Fhilp ing Deacon W W Spencers wife presented him with a ten pound boy Now pines to present the Sultan of Jolo with if there is another church in the state Tuk Hobaon bug has not yet hit Clo- 12000 This money will not be used to Iverport Sing the doxology square the Sultan but to Dring him which can beat this for energetic deacons lets hear from it round Good men like good cigars are most The editor of the Farm Journal asks appreciated when they become ashes BRYAN ON QUALIFICATIONS FOR Why have a mortgage od the farm OFFICE poor crops sour bread grip leak in the A communication from T B Hender Whatever else the enemies of Wm J roof hole in the pocket skeleton in the son will appear in this paper next week Bryan may say of him all must admit cloaet or any other pain or trouble that he is a brainy patriotic high when you can getthe Farm Journal for OlovkjuORt has a citizen who has de minded citizen the balance of 1809 and all of 1000 1001 A few weeks ago he made a speech at 1002 and 1003 cided to name his baby Macbeth because nearly five years by pay- Â¬ je murders sleep Milwaukee If he had boen asked es- ing a year in advance for the Bkeckkn- pecially by Democrats of Kentucky for iudqeNewb This you can do if you been advice as to the present situation in this are not too late The United Christian party has organized in Iowa It is doomed to a state he would not have answered more hQ6rt existence aptly The good die young Hes a CJreat Fan Here is what he says Emil Nolte went to Louisville last No amount Tifa knowledge that cyclones can be atone for a lack of genuine brilliancy canÂ¬ week to jack up the Colonels He took of tho elements of fearAverted by shooting at them comes too lessness of decency and horsesenso and Dreyfusa aside and after giving him no one or two of these will avail unless some good advice he got hold of tho late to be of any use to Captain Stone the man has all three The ablest man team and read it the riot act As a re- Â¬ Â¬ alive if corrupt a Bbtwbkn Goebels diabolical grin and try or community is to danger to tho coun- sult the Loulsvilles have been playing just tho extent of winning ball and are now on the high Â¬ the hoodoo of being nominated on the hlB brilliancy and ability and you gen Â¬ 3th it strikes us that Taylor is botween tlemen are In honor bound to allow him road to the first division Emil returned to feel the weight of your disapproval Monday night well satisfied with his Ihe devil and the deep sea I dont care how brave a man is if he is a natural born fool he is not worth work lTjik Arkansas boys who lynched a knocking in the head Successful Traveling Alan If a man is lacking in common hon nan the other day seom to be of the Mr Charles Mook traveling repre- Â¬ esty he is not fit ipinlon that that theirs was the most tor how brilliant for public life no mat sentative of Carter Dry Goods Co of he may be brilliant neck tie party of the seasou Goebel is able but in also a believer Louisville has reached this city with Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ that built tho pyramid of Cheops the tower of Babel the Colossus of Rhodes the Chinese Wall and planted the hanging uardens of Babylon In Sumac in order to supply raw material for an infant industry in Tyre before the Hood Mr Hudson has no rights that Mr Applegate is bound to respect He has no honors that Mr Applegate cannot ap- Â¬ propriate Talk ahout Goebel I wby Cary Applegate can hoe things with more grace than Goebel will ever daro to even if he lives a thousand years Say you man that looks liko the man who fixes telegraph wires sue gaul dam ye sue Hes the It glve9 activity 10 all parts that carry away useless and THE FAIR No Shelf Worn floods J County ol D Skillman cashier of Ilreckinrlde Bank a A bank located and doing bualneas at No Wall street in the city ol Cloverport in said county being duly snorn says that the foregoing report Is in all re spectsatrue statement of the condition of the said bank at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1899 to the best of his knowledgeand belief and further says that the business of said bankhas been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made In compliance with an official notire received from UnT Secretary of State designating the jothday of June 1890 as the day on which such report shall be made A U Skillman Cashier W H Howher Stats of Kntucy Ureckinridgn nn 114190187 1 J T Skillman J Wrlta to our Doctor Everything New and Fresh 1 give Subscribed and sworn to hefbie me by A II Skillman cashier the 3rd day of July 1O90 Ciias B Skillman X P B C Commission expires Jan 16 1900 VNDHuv Directors J Uu QUARTERLY REPORT Splendid Outlook Professors Roberts and Milton Coke two of Breckenridgos most and modern educators have secured con- Â¬ trol of the Breckenridge Normal College Thoy are hustlers and have a complete knowledge of tho modern methods of teaching They are preparing a beauti fnl catalogue of the college and we urge Breckenridge county people to patronize them as they are equipped to give pupils the beet education for the least money To eradicate worms from the system give the child plain nourishing food and W HI CES CUE AM VERMIFUGE The result will be the worms will disappear and the child become healthy and cheer- Â¬ ful Price 25 cts A R Fisher are right 18 lbs Sugar you a list of a fow articles to convince you that my priceB 1 OF TIi2 OO BANK OF HARDINSBURG HARDINSDURQ of KY 2 Cans Sugar Corn Excellent Salmon 3 lb Can Table Peaches Fresh Japan Rice Pure Country Sorghum Oil Sardines 3 lb Can Finest Jellies Shredded Ooooanut 16c 10c - - 08c 05c 25c 05c 15c At the closo of business on the 80th day - June 1809 resources less Loans and disccunts loans to directors Overdrafts unsecured Due from National banks 4648118 Banking house and lot Other real estate 11035694 373 36 10c 464811 I also pay the Highest Market Price for 5738 1181500 1099198 11108 70000 I194799 0 i5 OOTJITTBT I respectfully invite you ZeOZDTJCB my stock GROCER Other stocks and bonds Exchanges for Clearings Others items carried as cash Furniture and fixtures to call and examine R P THE UP-TO-DA- TE HIGGINS - LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In in cash Surplus fund Deposits subject to check on which Interest Isnot paid 71616B3 Time certificates of deposits on which interest iijxiid 9130177 Unpaid dividends op Kentucky StatsCounty ot Breckenridge 1500000 wV 568011 - Soldier Boy Coming Home Bill Farber who has been in the regular army for three years and who has been all through tho battles in Cuba and Manila writes that he is coming home and is liable to be here August 5th He has made a splendid record as a soldier and is enjoying splendid health Â¬ IKIIfcTGi ZOET 16311880 100000 94799 0s Good Values FpR YOU AT THE J cc o Killed a Rattler Henry Rawlings colored who lives midway of Big Spring and Bewleyyille killed a rattlesnake three and a half feet long that had twelve rattles one day last week There were a few more rattles that were lost in the killing making the snake about 10 years old Eclipse Grocery Company 17 pounds Sugor Lion Coffee Prunes 2 Cans PolkB Corn Fresh Salmon Mustard Sardines Caromel Drip Syrup Quart Jar Jelly Bottlo Pickles Green Coffee Country Bacon 3 Bars Toilet Soap 100 Dozen Glass Tumblers per set 1 00 lOo MH Beard Cashier Bank of Hardinsburg a bank located and doing business in the city of liar dlnsburg in said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at tbe close of business on the 30th day of June 1899 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business ot said bank has been trans Â¬ acted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made in compliance with an official notice received Irora the Secretary of State designating 4he 30th day ol June 1899 as the day on which such report shall be made M H Bkard Cashier V Weak Eyes Are Made Strong dim vision made clear syes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind Bpeedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve Its put up in tubes and sold on a guarantee by all good druggists 05c 15o lOo Will Millkb Moaus Eskridok B V Beaxd 1 Directors 08c lOo 10c Subscribed and sworn to before me by M H Beard the 3rd day of Inly 1899 Frank Board K P B C My commission expires with nest session Ken Â¬ tucky Senate Enthusiastic fleeting The members of the W 0 T TJ held a most enthusiastic meeting Monday evening at the M E Church in this city The next meeting will take place Monday night at the Baptist church All are invited Attention Democrats There will be a meeting of the democratic county committee at Hardinsburg Gus Browns office at 1 30 p m Mon day July 24th All democrats are invited to attend Jesse Wiiitwortu Ohmn Severely Injured 01 Mattingly while engaged at the Cornwell stone quarries below town was severely bruised last week and aa a re-Â¬ sult of his injuries has been laid up 05c 10c statement of Condition or 07c lOo 10c E H Sheiman BANKERS -- Co SO Â¬ IRVINQTON KENTUCKY 1000 9t74 34 868649 Wo have many other things in the grocery lino x you need and seo us first Call At the close of buslneeu June v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WHt Pressed Standing Seam Corrugated V Crimp Roll Cap I1 I GKOCIjRY - CO RESOURCES Notes and Bills discounted Cash on band and due from banks Overdrafts nnsecured Amounts Invested In U S bonds and securities no 6ata6j 100000 XI 03 Furniture and Fixtures Expenses tor past six months LIABILITIES Capital Du depositors Undivided profits 5SJ77 HARDINSBURG- KY 2 and 3 Ply ijcooco 974890 4808s k say that the older u ban gets the smaller his bruin becomes Ibis explains why the young mon know Iverything and the old men nothing PuVBiOLoaiBTS ClovbiuObt has treat dog fancier a Louisville do is price of a pair one citizen who is a the weight of your disapproval Last week he wrote Bryan has spoken Let all good Dem- Â¬ dealer and Inquired ocrats who belieye in honesty in politics of ocean ray hounds a fair expression at the polls and the de thronement of bosslsm follow Bryans I Tub Morganfield Sun is conducting a advice ptlng contest to determine who is the Make Mr Goebel feel the weight of Lost popular young man in Union coun- - your disapproval We cast a million votes for Charley in corrupt political methods and Mr Bryan says Tho ablest man alive If corrupt is a danger to the country or community to just the extent of his brilliancy and ability and you gentle men are in duty bound to let him feel his fall line Mr Mook bears tho repu tation of being one of the most successful commercial men on the road His trade this year is something enormous A WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE not only effectually expels worms but is un equaled as a tonic and is a certain and permanent cure for Chills and Fevers in children Price 75 eta A R Fisher a J ZiWJZJVt2 S Ready S Jlj n Sworn to before SI899- - E Hawis Cashier lS37s me by R K I la we s this July Wmii vvllfWf aViCf - BATTLETOWN A glorious rain fell here last Sunday Wm Blake went to Brandenburg and Steel Cap rrvTUfm msssfmuvz6te Mam liii UiHBV wmomr IMIHl Roofing Police Judge Town o Irvlngton Ky NOTICE Milton Locxard tart Toledo O has a man ninety years old iho has never seen a dead porson If will take a run down to KuttawaKy can see the political corpse of Capt I LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE ADMIRES ODB COURSE fJ Stone Austro- - Ik the controversy between awl this country over the vie-of lbs Basel ton riots your Uncle Mel It lik the lata George Pullman noUiinn to ajWtrate I write now to commend you for your brave words in the last issue In regard to the political situation in Kentucky I fcdmlra your courage in speaking your 1 umjo uvea convinced lor luuuguio many yean that the hope of the country Editor or News reader of your paper and a loysi son 01 urecKennuge county J am Interested In anything that appears in your columns BnowxsTowN Aa a faithful Ind At Dr A of the young men Mercer Board Bowmer Dr J E and Lewis Kincheloe gave a Thursday James and Green Thompson each lost Dutch supper in honor of Miss Florence Cottrell The young ladles present a hoise last week were Misses Baker Gardner and Smith Miss Efile Haynes is spending tbe week with Mrs Millie Daily Died at Lakeland D O Thompson and son were in James Easton au old resident of this Brandenburg one day last week town who was committed to the Lakeland Miss Blddie Ohlsm is in an uncon- Â¬ Insane asylum last year because of his vagaries died there Monday morning at scious condition with spinal mengitis 855 His remains will bo interred at Miss Wildla Haynea is spending the week with Mrs J H Bennett at Rook the asylum cemetery It rests with whether you wattes the mm kllln 70a lebMca habit M w Dutch Supper M Klncheloes several Write for Price aad Catalogue HiBiiXvwB W9F Tarred Felt Sheathing Paper Roof Paints Roof Cement vitiiiuuimiirH tl porta Ua blood r m iiorvs wee niBawa MM v NHMKW w M ivr l7lk U4 DOQ lh HbV r m A TMPU t fisv m IIFtMAU ira - Flit - hk7 rVelKClKX borhood We dont have to hustle to keep the grain away Oliver Greer 61 Paradtee Bottom a out on the Flat quite often of late in Â¬ specting the blackberry crop Loe Greer who met with the painful misfortune ot getting a leg broken three weeks ago is improving rapidly III T Bennett being a delegate atÂ¬ tended the Republican State Convention at Lexington Tuesday the The union SundayBcbools at this place City and Flat Itock are progreaelng nicely A Peyton Brown and Wm Ohlsm have good attendance la present every Hun contracted to do the hauling for the new day saw mill at Liberty Frank Bennett and Mtseea Efflle and Mrs Precious Peckenpaugh and Mar Â¬ Abble Haynea were gaatta ot the Uvfcttg tha Ohlsm of Singleton visited Mm slater Mrs Anrle Haynea at Bat Ebb Jane Baaett Friday Sunday J P Gtw k thrMhiag la this neigh Barak Altai xperUaced a awift ma- - lth away while raking hay last week the rake was torn to piece but Mr Allen and the horse escaped anlnjored Bey J B Uaysea and wife Ohas Bennett and wife and Wm Blake and Mln MatUe Bennett eoonposed an en Joyablo crowd at Aret Binaetts Ban day The Bar J B Haviw will begin a seriea of meetings at tfciaple the fourth Sunday in this month A nrand revival of religion la anticipated The pastor Orricxor SurxaumwDtNT Common Schools HAKDiNSnuao Kyjjims 6 Tkustms or Common Ssiioolsi Ckntuiukn The Teach era Institute for this county for the currant school year will be held at Ilardlnsburg beginning on the sfth day of Inly 1899 aad continuing j days Please to notify promptly as the law requires very teacher In your district Observe that In ad dition to direct oral or written information written notices are to be potted II you have contracted with a teacher who is absent horn the county it s yourduty to write him or her at once That you may avail yourselves of the opportunity orhearing nnd using part la the discussion of mat ten pertaining to your odlceyou are notified that on Wednesday wlllbe trustee day ANDREW DRISKELL S C 8 B C iSTo T NOTICE ly ill Herbtt Jtayeingier Is very low urn uaypiuuaaa ov mm up ana a number of others are in toad health and the phyaiolaaa say thai an epidemic la Tat Arm extends an Invitation to hi manyBreok MUril nofBF Beard W Co composed nat vB I Itr C enridge friend to attead BeardUs this day been dissolved and lisuc ceeded the firm of B V Beard Co composed or That fearful and dreaded typhoid The business of the old arm has been placed in fcivftr Ium had la afpeanuMje la tmr midst of U Beard for collection and adist Mrs Julia Grew aad a ividow lady and the haads he C hereby appointed men and is is Are children are all strkkwn down with taorised to collect and adjust tha act nt and U tki business It Llttlr Aaal etUea k also daoffeious old firm according to law irllj a 1 ri All personi Indebted to the old Arm MitamilrA lAUfaHA Itlw- JUkDiNuuao KvJolyi rtjo an- raqitaet a FJUabb fMJRVSk VsjHUI Hs l o f Xi yM yWKfttiTXm WFF mm1 rvwjmyr MHWMIlNiMniUi m a tf - THE - TICKETS AND THE PLATFORMS REPUBLICAN TICKET AND PLATFORM ADOPT- ED AT LEXINGTON DEMOCRATIC TICKET AND PLATFORM ADOPT ED AT LOUISVILLE JM Iff- THE RELIGIOUS PRESS ARRAYED AGAINST GOEBEL i F IrVv Ejt- WILLIAM GOEBEL of Kenton - His Nomination Was An Insult To C Kentuckys For Govehnob W S TAYLOR of Butlor county Lieutenant Governor J g- - C X CW BECKHAM of Nolson Morality HE All IS CENSURED IN Lieutenant Governor LOHN MARSHALL of LouiBvillo y Ik Attorney General S - V R S BREOKENRIDGE of Boyle7 THE MOST SEVERE TERMS To Good Secretary ok State CALEB POWERS of Knox county p I P Auditor - GUS G COULTER of Graves - J vS Denominations Treasurer S W HAGER - S Regard Him Government Â¬ As A Menace Attorney General CLIFTON J PRATT of Hopkins county of Boyd Auditor REV JOHN S SWEENEY of Bourbon county J ifi- - Secretary C B SUPT PUDLIC op vVO State r C jffo HILL of Clark INSIRUCTION P JG fe C H VfMcCHESNEY of Livingston S Commissioner OEAaRiouiiTURE i I B NALL of Jofforson - THE PLATFORM lThe bomocriita of Kentucky in con- Â¬ vention assembled rt affirm without the slightest qualification the principles and policies declared in the Democratic na- tlonal platform adopted at Chicago in 1800 Their faith in bimetallism is vin Â¬ dicated by events Tho necessity for the restoration ofthe double standard was acknowledged by the President and con Â¬ gress in 1897 when a commission was sent to Europe to entreat other nations 10 aia us in eBtamisMng bimetallism The failure of this commission to eecure European co operation confirms the friends of free coinage in their belief that relief can only tome by the inde Â¬ pendent action of the United States The present legal ratloof 1G to 1 is the only ratio at whiclbimetallism can be restored and Disposition to it is confined to those whjoppose bimetallism at any ratio andto those who iguore the reasons wbiciped three national conventions to fopi it stroy the organization and operation of all trusts 6 We believe the law in Kentucky known as the anti trust law should be so amended as to make unlawful any ar rangement or contract of corporations or individuals whereby in carrying on any business the prices charged are to be thereby fixed controlled or regulated Wo believe the law should be further amended so as to provide that all contracts add agreements made by combinations generally known as trusts in any kind of business with the view to hx or regulate prices should be void and not enforceable as to such trusta or combina tion We especially demand that all trust controlled articles should be placed on the free list 0 We commend the amendment to tho state election law passed by the last Democratic general assembly of Kentuc Â¬ ky over the veto of the Republican Gov- Â¬ ernor We declare that amendment to be in the interest of fair and honest elec- Â¬ tions Itsfaithful enforcement will renÂ¬ der impossible the commission of such frauds as were perpetrated in this state in 1800 whereby the will of the people was overthrown and the state lost to Wm J Bryan 7 We endorse the provisions of the bill passed by the Democratic general assembly of Kentucky preventing the charging of extortionate unfair dis- Â¬ criminating and ruinous freight rates by transportation companies which bill was vetoed by the Republican governor We likewise indorse the provisions of the bill passed by the house of represen tatives of the last general assembly securing fair competition in the Bale of school books for the use of the children of this state and destroying the oppressive and extortionate prices now maintained by the school book trust And we pledge the Democracy of the otate to such other amendment to the school law as time or necesatty may demonstrate is beneficial to the school children of the commonÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a r T- - K r rWe denounce the present national Republican administration for its reckless extravagance in the conduct of public afÂ¬ fairs for its naglect and cruel treatment of our BoldierS and Bailors during the late Spanish warf for ite complete subordina- Â¬ tion to the interests of organized wealth for its encouragement and protection of trusta and combinations and especially X V ior its appointment and retention in of- I lice of an attorney general devoted to these interests 3 We call attention to the incompe- Â¬ tency of tho present Republican adminis tratlonin Kentucky to the abuses in the management of penltentarieo and asy Â¬ lums while under its control and we commend the wisdom of the last general isembly In the enactment of laws which L vjjed the administration of the peni- nntaries udder Domocratio control We Lilso call attention to the increase in the Irate of taxation under the present Re publican administration and to the veto ing by the Republican governor of all f Democratic legislation favorable to the nteresta of the people and hostile to tho nresaions and oxtortions of organized tyflra We declare after four years of trial it is well established that the pres rent Republican administration is incapa ble of enforcing the laws of the- state or jof preserving peace and order in the Tho following taken from the Pentecostal Herald of TiOuIsvllle We are in no sense of tho word a politician We are not bound by the shackles of any political organization and we thank God for our freedom from that sort of Blavery We have nothing to ask at the hands nf any party and if we had we dont think we would sell out bag and baggage for the sako of po- Â¬ litical preferment It matters very little to us what particular party is in power and we shall never use these columns for the purpose of advancing mere party Interests This does not mean however that we have no convictions concerning the right and wrong involved in the mon and measure that are before the people We have such convictions and when the moral welfaro of tho community is threatened we shall not hesitate to give expression to them As a watchman up- Â¬ on the walls we shall not incur the re- Â¬ sponsibility that silence would impose when we feel it our duty to speak With the view of our responsibility and with on desire whatever to meddle with political affairs except where these impinge directly the public morals we must say that the recent Democratic convention held in this city was a dis- Â¬ We have not seen grace to the State irom any respectible source any denial of the fact that falsehood fraud treach- Â¬ ery and the most reprehensible trickery were resorted to in ordor to secure the nomination of Mr Goebel for the high By a combination office of Governor with another candidate this gentleman manipulated affairs so as to secure con- Â¬ trol of the convention arbitrarily un seated many well accredited delegates and filled their places with his own friends then falsified his word and by base treachery toward those who had trusted him he finally wrenched the nomination from a convention that was Wo are overwhelmingly against him glad to know that throughout the State there is a wide spread revolt against such methods The people understand that to support a ticket thus named is to be- Â¬ come an abettor to the crime and a par Â¬ ty to the methods by which the nomina- Â¬ tion was Becured Politicians may be whipped into line but we shall be great Â¬ ly surprised If there are not among the people conscience and manhood enough to administer a well deserved rebuke at of Kentucky ments in politics in bringing on a better polls The citizenship should let it be known on election day state of things that such things will not be tolerated in Tho Western Recorder a powerful this State Baptist paper of Louisville makes the The Baptist Argus which has always following comment been conducted on the highest plane of There is a great deal of opposition to morality has felt compelled by its sense Mr Qoebel the candidate nominated for of duty to the community to make an Governor by the recent stormy Demo- Â¬ editorial notice concerning the late con- Â¬ cratic convention in this city Objec- Â¬ tions are made both to the man and to vention It says Aehameleea Democratic convention the methods by which he secured the Many life long Democrats has just been held in our city All re- Â¬ nomination spectable people who have looked in up- Â¬ declare they will not vote for him on its ravings and machinations have Whether they can be brought into line turned away out of patience with it by the time of tho election remains to many of them expressing their disgust be seen but at present politics in Ken- Â¬ So far as we could see no pretense has tucky are pretty badly mixed While been made of fairness and justice the Recorder doesliot enter the realm of These words have been bandied party politics it does enter the realm of back and forth no doubt there were good citizenship anl we urge all our many fair and justmen mixed up in the readers who have votes to cast them in crowd i whoso voices however were the fear of God and with an eye single drowned and whoBe efforts to do the to the highest good oi the country Our right were swept away as straws are foar is that the result will not be deter- Â¬ swept by the storm mined by the votes cast but by the ma- Â¬ The chairman who called the body to chine that will handle the voted after order mado little Or no effort at control- Â¬ they are cast ling the mob The howls raised and The Catholic Advocate which is wide-Â¬ continued by first one party and then ly circulate among the members of the another when motions or men were put forward unfavorable to them reigned Catholic church through the State makes supreme When they grew tired and the following brief expression of opin- Â¬ their ravings quieted somewhat an effort ion Tho new czar Redwine Goebels would be made to go on with the conventions work All kinds of charges oi man with the aid of the police force of raud were openly made and generally Louisville to back him in his unfair rul- Â¬ believed Two days were consumed in ings as Chairman of the Democratic securing a Temporary Chairman and do State convention forced that body to This ticket is as lays continued that Bccret schemes migdt make nominations follows Governor Wm Goebel of be worked Lieutenant Governor is a scramble for a place The Kenton county It State and its individual citizens are out J C W Beckham of Nelson county At- Â¬ of mind The convention has borne torney General Robert J Breckenridge fruit in contempt for politicians Num of Boyle county Auditor Gus G Coul- Â¬ bers of our best citizens in city and coun- Â¬ ter of Graves county Treasurer S W try are disavowing party allegiance and Hager of Boyd county Secretary of making a declaration of independence State O B Hill of Clark county Super- Â¬ from the reign of party bosses The intendent of Public Instruction H V opinion is growing that the party which McOhesney of Livingston county Com- Â¬ nominates an enemy of temperance a missioner of Agriculture I B Nail of conscienceless man deserves to be re- Â¬ Jefferson county The means which the convention adopted to unseat the Hardin buked by defeat The convention could havo done its delegates and substitute Goebel ones work and adjourned in one or two days ought to insure the defeat of the whole if all the managers had been willing for ticket by an oyerwhelming vote The us to have an honorablo meeting It is nominations are the fruit of thuggism time our religious press and the pulpits and corruption not the free will of the of our land were aiding the best ele people Â¬ Â¬ Treasurer WALTER R DAY of Breathitt v county Supt of Public Instruction JOHN BURKE of Campbell county Commissioner op Agriculture JOHN THROCKMORTON of Fayette county THE PLATFORM The Republicans of Kentucky in con- Â¬ vention assembled made the following declaration of purposo and principles First We affirm that the existing election law in Kentucky enacted by a Democratic general assembly in 160S over the objection of our Republican governor is viciously partisan subvert sivo of fairness and honesty in elections hostile to the principles of free govern Â¬ ment removes safeguards which have heretofore protected and guaranteed the right of suffrage denies to our courts the power to protect voters in this state against the perpetuation of fraud at elections commits broad power to ir-Â¬ responsible commissioners not chosen by or accountable to the people for their acts and imperils the sacredness eff- Â¬ iciency and power of the ballot We therefore set forth as the issue before the people of this state the repeal of this revolutionary law and the Republican party pledges itself to its repeal and to the restoration of the system under which free and fair elections have here- Â¬ tofore been the rule in Kentucky We cite the election law the peniten Â¬ tiary bill the McOhord railroad bill and many other measures introduced and attempted to be phased by the last legis- Â¬ lature of Kentucky as proof of the type of the legislation to which the people of the state will be subjected should the Democratic party come into power un- Â¬ der its present leadership legislation alike hostile to political honesty and purity and to the material prosperity and advance of our commonwealth It appeals to the freemen of the com- Â¬ monwealth who value official honesty and fair elections abovo the temporary success of party to join with it in the re establlshment of free suffrage and self government Second We meet heartily approve tho administration of Gov Bradley As an executive he has been faithful in maintaining law and order in securing protection to personal property and dll ligent and forceful in advising wise leg- Â¬ islation and in preventing as far as pos- Â¬ sible by the veto power the enactment of the legislation harmtul to the highest interest oi the commonwealth We heartily commend the conduct and offi- Â¬ cial work of our other state officers elect- edin 1805 This first Republican ad- Â¬ ministration in Kentucky has faithfully executed the laws The Republicans of Kentucky go before the people in 1819 asking continuance of power upon the record made since 1805 In every depart- Â¬ ment of the state administration Third We congratulate the Republi- Â¬ cans of Kentucky that they have a re Â¬ presentative in the upper house of con- Â¬ gress We cordially approve the con- Â¬ duct of Senator W J Doboe and of the Republican members from Kentuc Â¬ organizations from combining to depre Â¬ ciate below its real value any article or to enhance the cost of any article or to reduce the proper emoluments of labor Wo congratulate the Republican party that existing federal legislation for the suppression of harmful trusts pools and combinations is the work of a Republi Â¬ can congress performed during the ad- Â¬ ministration of a Republican president and we congratulate the country that in the suppression of injurious combina- Â¬ tions Republican legislation has had in the past as it will have in the future due regard for the interests of legitimate business the purpose of such legislation being the remedy for wrong and not embarrassment to industry enterprise or i tt SI thrift Fifth We believe in popular education and the fostering and improyement of our public school system and we fa yor a just and equitable law by which the cost of books shall be reduced to the A i Â¬ AS OTHERS SEEUS What Opposition To The Rail- Â¬ roads Mean The New York Sun On UoebcPs At- Â¬ wealth 8 We hereby express our continued confidence In William J Bryan and faÂ¬ vor his nomination for Ihe presidency of the United States by the Democratic naÂ¬ tional convention in 1000 0 We recommend the Democracy of A commonwealth We especially con- - Kentucky J O S Blackburn as the suc- Â¬ SR- - demn the present Republican governor cessor of William Lindsay in the United IMHI for surrounding the state cupttol with an States Benate kW armed military force In tlmn nf nnnrn 10 We indorse the war carried to thus attempting to terrorize the general success for the freedom of the enslaved K i BioDiy penning me election oi a u ni Cubans We honor and applaud the ctates senator courage and heroism of our soldiers and IVe believe the trust is the result of aailpra therein engaged But we declare the conduct of the present administra Â¬ Mlcjee pursued by the Republican lemei among which are the demon- - tion regarding the Philippines to be re Â¬ OiBllyerand the passage and pugnant to the bill of rights the consti Â¬ lent of protectee tariff laws tution and declaration of independence McKinley aud DIngley bill by Farm Journal lor the balance of 1809 111 Klch there is made a distinct dis-b W frTTTl1jVkAn ftt avr1t fArnnt ata HraaWW and all ot 1000 1801 1002 and 1003 near Â¬ phe N ablisbment of independent bi ly five years o every subscriber who for the will ray one year in at the ratio of 16 to J and the BiutcKBxpiDoV Naws advance kV etallls No better farm bal of all protective tariff laws would paper than the Farm Journal This offÂ¬ Sw opinion pf the Democracy otKen er ia only mtfde to a limited number fc vuwyi aerJowlY cripple if not wholly do the first who come forward titude t I Kentucky and Ohio are two American States of about the Bamo area Kentuc Â¬ tarding the development of railioads ky was admitted into the Union ten yoars ahead of Ohio and enjoys certain climatic advantages of temperature and rainfall which Ohio does not possess But Kentucky Buffers from the disad Â¬ vantage of having few navigable rivers within its boundaries although there are many unnavlgablo streams of which and some Salt River Gooso Creek branches of the Big Sandy are not un known to topographers Although the two States are substan Â¬ tially equal in area Kentucky by reason ot this lack of navigable water courses within its boundaries has the greater The preÂ¬ need of railway connections sent railroad mileage of Ohio Is nearly three times as great as that of its neigh Â¬ bor Kentuoby still adheres In some sections to its primitive systom of toll gates the forcible raid lawless destrucÂ¬ tion of which Is occasionally undertaken by Borne of its unemployed Inhabitants Notwithstanding all this the recent Democratic Convention In Louisville not only denounced the extortionate unfair and discriminating freight rates by transportation companies bat it put in nomination for the office of Governor a candidate pledged to wage unremitting war against the railroads of Kentucky which are tho only available agencies for the transportation to market of the fruits 6JE the labor of its fanner Hia name ia Goxbkl and the President ot one of the chief rallroAd having its northern term Preidat Saitb ot iM la that aya of Mm Lotavllle and Nashville Â¬ Ing thai period has exerted himself with more or less success to secure the enact- Â¬ ment of legislation unjustly affecting the interests of corporations and in some instances adapted to promote his per- Â¬ sonal interests Goobel has already announced bis project of suspending the war on the national credit in order to take up vigor- Â¬ ously the fight againBt the railways And this fight against the railroads is inaugurated by Goebel in a State which for geographical and economic reasons is perhaps more interested than any oth- Â¬ er in the Union in extending and not re Â¬ I IHCm rtli O Thm Coming ofBmky TTXTtiTfT fETC J Xl JLfXjS iJLJLiSi brings joy oi pain Ita for the mother to decide With good health and a alroug womanly organism motherhood but adds to a womans attractiveness t There ie no unbelief jr Wlioeyer plants a Bftod bonoath tho sod ADUwaiia wjjqo it puHu away uio ciqu iTroats ho in God Whoever Bys mhn clouds are in tho sky Be patient heart light breaketh Trusts ihe Most High by-an-- lowest price consistent with due regard to merit But we are opposed to the school book law passed last year by the lower house of the legislature because under its provisions desired relief wilt not be secured A more complete mon- Â¬ opoly will be established In furtherance of the material wellfare of the state and of satisfactory relation- Â¬ ships between labor and capital we fa- Â¬ vor the establishment of a state Doard of arbitration and its endowment with pow- Â¬ er for the settlement of differences be tween these important elements in com- merce aud manufacture as has demonstrated bv the experience of other states to be wise Wo favor the adoption of a liberal and progressive policy affecting the care of The Study Of Litin local highways and declare good roads The following is a clipping from a to be essential in any intelligent effort Prospectus of Belmont College to be made for the improvement of busi Â¬ On account of its direct bearing on ness conditions in this state English and because it famishes the key Wo indorso without reserve the ad- to several modern languages wa desire especially that all pupils shall study Lat- Â¬ ministration of President McKinley and in Wisely presented at the beginning congratulate the American people upon the study presents few difficulties to the the conditions of prosperity and happi Â¬ young mind A knowledge of this lan Â¬ guage and of Greok is the highest value ness resulting from the wisdom and in acquiring a clear and forcible com- Â¬ patriotism which he has brought to the mand of English and without an ac- Â¬ discharge of hia public duties tongues a vast quaintance with these We declare our confidence in tho poli- Â¬ amount of our own litorature becomes A study of comparatively meaningless cies adopted And the measures taken by the classical languages allorda one ot the the president to restore order and to es besc means of intellectual culture and tablish progressive governments in Cu- she who is not versed in them can lay ba Porto Rico and tho Philippines and no claim to a scholarly education There we pledge him or continuous support is no charge for these studies and we in Â¬ until these objects are fully attended- vite our students to an extended ac Â¬ Sixth We reaffirm our adherence to quaintance with authors whoso works principles and to policies proclaimed by gaye them pleasure and to the pursuit the last national Republican convention of other and more advanced works urg Â¬ oxcept as to civil Borvlca they will in after years feel ing that Wo regard it as settled beyond dla-Â¬ abundantly repaid for the time and ener pute and the maintenance of a sound Â¬ gy spent in the preparation of their ad currency through Republican adminis vanced Latin and Greek Our methods tration and legislation is tho foundation are those learned educators have found upon which rests the most remarkable beet adapted to conduct the student Into period of industrial progress commer- Â¬ close acquaintance with these noble cial activity and general prosperity with Â¬ tongues and they have universally won in tho experience of the people of the the applause of visiting scholars United States We commend the present amendment I hope all disbelievers in the study of ky Fourth We pledge the Republican of civil service rules by the president Litin will read and consider the above declare our belief that further mod And if you will take tho trouble to con- Â¬ party of Kentucky to the enactment of and tlcatlou of existing civil service legisla Â¬ catalogues of all Northern and EastÂ¬ all such laws as may be necessory to pre Â¬ tion may ba made with advantage 4p the sult ern colleges you will find the same Ben vent trusts pools combinations or other public service tlments expressed No college will con- Â¬ fer tho degree A B without a Latin course Even the Medical colleges now roquiro it Therefore dont think your children are throwing away their time SO while studying what yon call the dead languages t i i L M Smitu Â¬ beeriv v VI -- w - -- g LIVE g Win of Gmrtlui takesawavall terrors by strengthening tho vital organs It fits a mother for ibya coming By revitalizing tne I So live that when thy summons cornea to join r tOXA A Whenver A TWwthrmi of ma winters ttfth itfce fields of snow future grow crowing youngsters to thousands of eak women who feared they wero barren It pnrifiea heals regulate and strengthen and is good for all No druggist women at all time would ba without tti iroo For advio in oaaea nbulring special - VA v wp lypuFf Mwww ffmlnl PiPrdWP Afc Btjanlut GkMbeLluK for many ia i inn mmm TlMLadWAdviIeartRMnt Madidaw CeCtMt- ttui Cfeattaao taat Tana Biggie Poultry Book is the most com prehenslve and helpful poultry book ever gotten out In addition to the vast amount of valuable information covered in its seventeen chapters there are sev Â¬ enteen beautiful colored plates showing truo to color and ahano twenty three Chickens duckj Varieties oi poultry turkeys and geese are all shown in their proper plumage and with comb beak and shanks as true to nature as it la Also foty two potVl to produce iaaftdMHna engraving Ja balf tena aad alxtjfOoa aihar lMipful UhptMiioM a boiwaa aiaa iriaaJa waalaLata fSba The innumerable caravan which moves To that mysterious realm whore each shall take His chamber in tho silent halls of death Thou go not like the quarry Blyo at night Scourged to his dungeon but sustained and soothed By an unfaltering trust approach thy grave Like one who wrap tho drapery of his ouch Abowi hlnvand lias down to pleasant alraasig 15 i W ilat a u aaka4 W Mil fc i JJL Mii JkJK- a alVh tn TJJljP r V rfiy wwnwffmswmgmwvmmBKW9fft mmmmiijmimmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmml tM i JUK rVtiwr ti Tl - CROPS IN OLD OF KENTUCKY EAELINSBUEG F BEARD rrcstdent WILL MULER Vice President M II BEARD Cashier B fr BANK IRVINCJTON LADIES Re Union Of TI10 C comÂ¬ Have A Joyful UVR A Biliousne llinvo used your valuable CA50A-do Couldnt UHTN and find tboin porfoot without them I Imvo used tbctn foraomo tlmo orindlrjostion and blllousnciuttindatn now com pletely cured llecommotid them to every ono Onoo trlr d you will never bo without them In Marx Albany N V the fanilljrf Kuw YOUR frtT -- FENGE AN EYESOR e 111 nil - - iiiriiiiiiiwniiiiii iiif 1 i lV 11 ii 11 - I V Is it MM bright moon a western breeze -- affalrf WJsW Large Decrease In The Yield Of bined to mnko Ideal the afternoon of Wheat Tobacco Has Suffered Prom Qrass- Â¬ 6 r f y h f e t i f f i T f t - i T t ii Dokrlt the tMMtty sf It dHt id yd Q W BEARD MORRIS ESKRIDGE 1 V R M JOLLY J DIRECTORS DEPOSITS INTEREST PAID ON TIME hoppers Reports received this month from 155 correspondents representing 104 coun- Â¬ ties WHEAT JOHN AIBISHOP President R OASSETT DAN ORILEY Vice President Cashier Grayson County Bank I E3TASUS1ISD 1 186 Winter wheat harvest is over and threshing bos begun in many of the states in the winter wheat bolt So far reports from threshers bear out predictions ol a decreased yield and it isnul Â¬ Leitchfield Kentucky Capital Stock 100000 Paid in 10000 DEPOSITS to say total yield of winter whoat will fall short of ante hnryest estimates In Ohio thresh 11 g il ynlopp with few exceptions a llglu yield mii ipuliy good In Indiana Uie ield is falling far short of previous estimates and the quality is generally poor Missouri crop 1b much below an average in quantity and quality not fully reported Kansas crop is a poor one with many Acres not INTEREST PAID OH TIME harvested Spring wheat is from two to three weeks late with prospects favorable for a full yield on an average acreage Threshing in this state was well under way at close of the month The yield is light as previously indicated and generally speaking results are short of expec- Â¬ tations A few early crops that escaped damage from fly and rust are yielding well The quality is superior as a rule The average yield per acre is 82 bushels for the past three years the estimated average yield per acre was for 1898 13 bushels 1807 12 bushels 18UG GJ Â¬ Everything thats good in LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE INSURANCE Furnished by GEORGE n CASPERKE Jowelry and iasuronco BRANDBNBURQ K1SNTUOKY Poters Antiseptic Healing Oil ItelieTei all pain Instantly and heals and cures cutsbarns bolls bruises itch exrema catarrh sore throat erysipelas corni chapped hands and lips pilei and all ulcers or sores of skin or mucous membrane Will cure sore or inflamed eyes in 48 hours Horsemen Mill find this oil will care scratches cracked heel halter burns old sores and collar galls Use it and if not satisfied your drug- Â¬ gist will cheerfully pite back your money Price For sale by MOORMAN S eta OWEN Clo bushels By sections the average yield is for western 10 2 central 72 bushels southeastern 7 bushels COHN erportKy ff FARMS FOR SALE 2 1 The corn crop is very uneven in ap- Â¬ pearance Early corn is laid by in good condition and some of it is silking and tasseling Medium early corn is not so promising somewhat ragged as to stand and is Buffering injury from insects Chinch bugs are present in a number of counties but the damage is confined to cornfields adjacent to Ileitis of wheat There is a considerable acreage of very late corn as result of failure to secure a stand and the planting of abandoned tobacco fields to corn Cultivation was retarded early in season but later was pushed vigorously Corn is now clean but the excessive cultivation necessary to clear it of weeds has left it in poor condition to withstand the dry weather now prevalent except in sections that have been relieved by local showers The condition averages 83 a loss oi one point since June 1st The average condition on this date for the past two years were 1898 90 1897 87 The condition by sections Bhows as follows Western 82 central 83 and southeastern 84 TOBACCO 2 Miles From Garfield 139 ACRES Near Earned 150 ACRES Here is a chance to secure land cheap For further information ply at This Office ap- Â¬ J H Hunsche LYONS ie The acreage of tobacco is estimated at the acreage of 1898 A full acreage was planted but the damage by grasshoppers has materially affected the acreage The destruction wrought by these insects this year is something unknown in the iiistory of tobacco growing in the state Early tobacco escaped damage but late has Buffered Co seyerely many crops being set the third time OANNBLTON IND second A majority gave toup after the trial and planted corn or peas By section the acreage shows for west Office In Hour of Moorman Owens ern 82 per cent of 1898 acreage and for Prog Store central 80 per cent The southeastern section grows comparatively little tobac co Tho condition compared with average years Ib 79 The condition as of this date for past three years was for 1898 92 189708 189092 Late set tobacco is suffering greatly for lack of moisture Worms are report- Â¬ ed plentiful in a number of counties The condition of oats hoe improved Guarantees satisfaction in all kinds from 82 on June 1st to 85 July lot and of Dental work now promise a good yield per acre The CLOVERPOfcT KY straw is short but heads fine length and well filled Commissioners Notice Hemp has suffered some from dry C Jolly II Committm Ill vs Notict in Equity weather yet tho condition averages 93 as Emma Matey et al Uefts compared with average years which is 8 Persons having clams acainst the estate of Tien F Masey will present the same property proven points higher than the average for the to the undersigned Commliloner of the Ilrecken post three years ridge Circuit Court at his offlie in the town of Har jUntburg on or before the jiat day of July 1899 The number of acres ot clover cut This June 27 1S99 compared with 1893 is 87 Tho quality GUS BROWN C II C C is affected by the presence of an annual The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month Casper May 83 per cent of with the 28th ult the date chosen for the en tertainment at Mra Muniords The primal occasion being a reception In honor of Mrs E T Hutchinsonof North Dakota tho Fortnightly club of J Irvington together with the Bowleyvllle club being paid the delicately high compliment of special request to hold a re union in her honor The quaint old homestead with its hospitable doors thrown open to tho throng of bright ana vivacious woman hood presented a scene fit for the brush of a Rubens or a Rembrant and tho Biihfln electric thrill of genuine welcome inxt prevaUed aud permeated all the clearly demonstrated tho tMii wphere l i 1 at true Southern hospitality was ii j dispensed to a typical and apprec- Â¬ iate Kentucky society lK oiilefl the members of tho clubs several special friends were of tho num- Â¬ ber of invited guests whose presence added to the enjoyment of the afternoon The first feature of the day was an infor mal social levee with Mrs E T Hutchinson a Kontuckian by kinship and descent and proud of the fact yet imbued with the spirit of the breezy progressive woat and withal a most charming woman one of the Words- Â¬ A perfect woman nobly worth type planneu and we counted it a red letter uay in the annals of our club that special one on which we formed her acquaintance Tue special club program was carried out The stirring notts of the MasailleB Hymn found a reverberating chord in hearts so lately made familiar with martial music and then came the roll call responsive echoes of music paint- Â¬ ing aud sculpture several vocal solos and instrumental selections from classic composers were rendered Among tho performers being Miss Batie Herndon of near Irvington and Miss Nannie Pusev of Chicago Then came bon mots and anecdotal sketches of Millet Tlsot and Rosa Bon heur and other devotees of Muses fol- Â¬ lowed by Table Talk wherein were diecussed the notable women of the 18th and 19th centuries The literary exer- Â¬ cises closed with the reading of a paper by the president of the club Mrs Wal- Â¬ ter Piggott on Club work of the Year1 Luncheon was Berred at 5 30 and if previous to that hour wo had enjoyed a feast of reason and n flow of soul here was a feast fit for the Gods The whole arrangement of the dining room showed the consummation of taste from the delicately embroidered and exquisite drapery to the artistic disposition of the flowers in the table decorations The menu would have done credit to a Frenh Chef and the ices and cooling drinks seemed to give a sparkle to wit judging from the animated conversations at all the tables It was at luncheon that literary salad was served green paper taking the form of oak maple and other leaves aud pin- Â¬ ned thereon were quotations from a wide range of authors each guest In turn reading the selection from her chosen leaf From the view point of all the ladles the reception and re union was a sccial and literary success and memories of the afternoon of the 28th of June will linger long in our hearts and our minds i ii a t H K ft i CANDY I T jjl V ft t t t ii ii I - J vlawn Are yok swhtwedl I i i f f ii J i t f 1 t f 2 1 If bo you h4 M ter decide toMf new one put upv i I TftADIMAIlrl RCOSSTff Oood Merer Sicken Weaken or Orlpe Benutv Lifthtnrf - ii it HIGHLY ORNAMENTAL and adds beauty to any place t jvprv Dan inr Strength Durability and its Lasting Qualities It fa bullton scientific principles originally r oi lLRirnnvtiiRn constructed Thei thn olhnr ruirt Tiinrn U tin it i nnt In It In aa firm as it was when nni ton CURE CONSTIPATION Cofulwaj Cklnf Mmtml JCw Trk St are no natts to rot no parts tobreak It will outlast wood and is choaper to erect It will outlast 80 per cent of the moj ttrllt HnTflKAft told and jmsrnnteed br alldrajf uiiiuuaivo iron lences anu Doaia tnem an in appearance CLOVERronf Kt May t 1800 v gists i IKJMflM HilHf lOo THE T7XIL3LIEvdS is ri uiicnpcst because it is ucst M 11 J i Tff iknt- Pleasant Pslatfiblo Potent Taste www0i Itnnnnart Tta irood DOlnta aro la rimanpaf SJfcTOdS Oood Do 23e Wo a Si onstruction T Rf to CUKJE Tobacco Habit ib spending a few weeks with her moth- Â¬ er W R Price speaks of going down on the river to work if the sun docs not got too hot Mies Rosand Haffeys school one of the best in tho county unishod Ita sesÂ¬ sion July 14th The Sunday school at Sand Knob judging from the attendance is a most successful ono The boys say that Willie Forbes is tho proud possessor of 15 in gold coin and tnnt he looks at the shining discs about five times a day Ellis Cannon purchased a lot of tio timber from Jack Hinton and gave John Hinton and Charlie Bennett the con- Â¬ tract for getting out the ties What the Editor The Owiksboso Fence Company m- - than nta tne It Is a thing of beauty and a Joy forever nf ttilu nnlmnTti -- Williamw nf mwarrf nA flluviMn - th w aIim imm nnA Irvui f ncfl In the dt Pflnar tnvn -r nV Tf RneakS tnr itSClfi flnll or An ml on1 ni tltn 1an In nl KT- - TtnVnonfla TaalriarlPA T 1 1 It enbsnces the appearand A W T BARNETT IS AGENT lnu 11 Headquarters nt Mitchells HoteJ Clovcrport Ky T D Renfroi HIJUmJ a - DENTIST Crown and Bridge Work A SPECIALTY Why Suffer Agony OURE is When DONS COMPLETE PILEan eminentguaranteed DnyBician t ft mu iiisonvArv nf ro euro yuu ii - Robbed the Grave A startling incident of which Mr John Oliver ol Philadelphia was the subject is narrated by him as follow I was in a most dreadful condition My skin was nlmont yellow eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite gradually grow- Â¬ ing weaker day by day Three physi- Â¬ cians had given me up Fortunately a friend advised trying Electric Bitters and to my great joy and surprise tho first bottle made a decided improvement I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they saved my life and robbed tho grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only 50 cents per bottle at Short Haynea Drug Store no imerrupuon didusimis No Knits first troatmont brings immediate relief Tho cured thousands and will euro you MR T S WILCOX prominent merchan and chief of tho Chattanooga KroDoparfOlN After year of suffering DONS PILE The use of one box effected hoping It of bringing your wonderful remedy to the atten fcrlng with piles ommended to me i It has TO t 1 M i vnn this statement siui- - OFFICE AT Price 100 Prepaid to any Address CHATTANOOGA Mitchells Hotel OLOVERPORT KT i DON CHEMICAL COMPANY TENN BBaBesssssasaassssM HkB MALARIA ANTIDOTE HUGHES TONIC SPLENDID NOTE GENERAL TONIC The New formula is very pal- Â¬ atable and more effective than Quinine The SEADER BLUFF Davis Dowell was with his best girl Sunday Played Out If Run Down just what you need Promotes Hettie Helt is spendingthfs week with Miss Hettie Bandy Miss Healthy Appetite Strengthens You will feel better after second dose TRY IT JP You will now seek a good investment for your savins The best known investment is Improved Real Estate Secure your ground and write to Vr 15 Over WILL COMPANY LUMBER 494 QJxmsJ J Dentist Dr L MOORMAN WM lIKw TRADE sAiwS of white blossom With ex- Â¬ ception of some damage by rain to early cut clover it was saved in good condition Timothy meadows are in poor condi- Â¬ amount tion being filled with and other weeds white blossom MARK LAXATIVE mm SYRUP KATURES CURE FOR ff CONSTIPATION A DELIGHTFUL LIQUID LAXATIVE made from well knovn lixatlye principles of vegetables and fruits for the cure of habit Constipation Torpid Llrer Sick Head- actie and all deranged condition of the kid nerf liver and bowels On account of Its pleasant aromatic flavor and lack of InJurN put drugs It la an Ideal remedy for children as well as adults Manufactured by uI LYON MKDICINK CO IxDt8VJUje Kt ct von sale uy gX h M SHORT t H4WES 1 cloverport jcy Pastures are beginning to suffer from dry weather and the condition is now 93 as compared with average years Fruit prospects have declined as the season advanced Pears liave still a fair per cent of fruit remaining Apples have dropped badly and tho outlook at AXTEL present is for half crop Early apples are ripe but inferior in quality The crop of wild blackberries 1b small Ellis Cannon la on the sick Hat in yield and very inferior in quality Ferd McOlellan purchased a new gun I UG AS MOORE at Kirk Commissioner of Agrlculturo Ken McOlellan is home from Fords Persons troubled with diarrhoea will ville be interested in the experience of Mr The road hands aro working the roads W M Bush clerk of Ilotel Dorrance this week Providence II I He says For several Another picnic will be held at Sand years I have been almost a constant suff Knob July 22nd er from diarrhoea the frequent attacks Miss Matt Cannon who has been quite completely prostrating me and render lug me unfit for my duties at this hotel sick is convalescent Dick Jack and Elliu Allen aro selling About two years ago a traveling sales Â¬ man kindly save me a small bottler of pop by the hoi Chamberlalnla Colic Cholera and Diar Miss Pallle Paul will visit friends at rhoea Remedy Much to my surprise McDanlel this week and delight its effects were immediate B F Hinton made 800 bushels of oats Whenever I alt symptoms of the disease on his place this season I would fortify myself against the attack Ken McOIellm ha tho bet crop of with fewdtvsM of this valuable remedy tobacco fa thU count J The result but been very satisfactory Saista A11hchb dowa to M4 hi txat and almost complete rally from the J1H Saturday aud puutUr fUctioH For Ie by A It JWm Qi Mk AiuU WoCUUm Has verjwtj HA Shellaum Stop T Harvy Wood and Davis Dowell spent the Fourth at Irvington Willie McCoy and Thurman Dowell spent the Fourth in Louisville The Sunday Schools at Pleasant Grove and Freedom are progressing nicely MissEllen Dowell says it in too bad for a girls beau to be as far from them ns her beau is from her Misa Cora Dowell of Meade county was the guest of her sister Mra Georgie Dowell last Saturday and Sunday Miss Essie Hall of Irvington gave her beau one of her photos last Saturday evening I guess he appreciated it very much Teat Bandy and wife spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mm Eliza Ban- Â¬ dy Harvy Wood and Willie McCoy entertained them nicely with their mu- Â¬ How to Find Out sic The Farm Journal is Fill a bottle or common glass with milk and just tho papercream not skim for tho man who your water and let it stand twenty four keeps cowh We give it for the balance hours a sediment or settling indicates of 1899 and all of 1800 1000 1901 1902 and 1903 nearly Ave years to every sub- Â¬ an unhealthy condition of the kidneys If it stains your linen it is evidence of scriber to the Bbeckknbidoe News who will pay a year Walk right kidney trouble too frequent desire to to the captains ahead without delay up office pass it or pnin In the back is also con- Â¬ Queen Victorias Eyes vincing proof that the kidneys and blad- Â¬ The Queen now wears a pair of large der are out of order spectacles with black rims when out WHAT TO DO driving and a similar pair with entiroly There is comfort in the knowledge so different glasses are usod by her Majesty From London often expressed Jhat Dr Kilmers for reading or writing Tiuth Swamp Root the vgjear kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pain in the back kidney liver bladder 4 Assssssssl flsssT TB AsssssssT fV sfcSssssB ssVrOsB 4T and every part of the urinary passapes It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effect following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity The Leading Specialists of America of being compelled to go often during 20 YEARS IN OHIO the day and to get up many times dur- Â¬ 250000 CURED ing tho night The mild and extraordin- Â¬ ary effect of Swamp Root is soon realized WE CURE EMISSIONS It Btanda the highest for its wonderful Nothing can be 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or losses cease and mauly ponots return JJo temporary uui n pcruiauent cure assart NO PAY NO OPE t auonoiu CURES GUARANTEED 1U5KT we treat ami euro llMlhSlONH HV disease IMPffrKNOV nxrutliics aOO U SU tiT ATI ON Regularly chartered under net of UUuols Capital rully paid 100000 The oldest largest most reliable aud sucÂ¬ cessful Medical Institute In the V 8 Private rooms tor lutlonts with facilities lor any emertrenoy X ltay Microscopical and UrUeoplcal Hinmlnatlona are niatle in all cases whenever diagnosis u doubUul Write for free Hook on Ueformltles and Ilraces Club Feet Curvature of the Bplne llronchjtis CaUrrh Cancer Tumors riles Paralysis EpUepsy Kidney Uladder Kye Kar Skin and lllood Diseased and all Bur gdcal Operations Dest faculties apparatus and reraedios for the successful treattuent and cure ot all Obscure or Chronlo Plseoses Wo absolutely suarantee to cure every ease ot Nervous Debility and diseases re Â¬ sulting from abuse and Indiscretions of Youth and Manhood Spermatorrhrea Sem Â¬ inal Weakness night losses and vital drain In urine Irnpotency Varicocele Hydro Â¬ cele Stricture Phimosis etc etc Charges Reasonable No Inimrable cases accepted No O O n or deposit schemes Valhira to unknown to as f lOftOO UsUmonlal letUrs on rU from arcd patients Maay cared at home Cooultaon free aud coalUsami soiaiy or Jif Utter Wt 4 o 4ay EstabllsUea la ChlcaKo twenty years sKlslature oi ma TSTTiar H tjlfl - immmiJP t m vm CUR iflv 1 3J rC in D i k New Discovery for the Certain Cure of EXTERNAL PILFS WrfHOTTT patm CUocWavERA For Bala bv A - rf Tt INTERNAL U 7B CENT QERS HAV BOTTLES 80 CCKT WltW LHR T m lri1 OMW4 vftuyurport ivy F R WILDER 6281 Fourth St Louisville Ky a MS mHAiiM Kennedy 122 W UHN rlfcoreaJiCarolc4iUs4 Usmsmm aad t ef 1M Uom mt JMlii HARDIN nimtimaiuiv WITmiv fsa Kergani O FQUHTH ST WHEN DOES TOUR SUB CINCINNATI neurit il 1 SCRlpTIONiOTUENEW8 KXP1RK AbJVj aft tJSarmj KEK3 i juA i H JiHwj3Ppijiwiaf Mr awWWwfr ff nfrW1 m f iuji ri iWljf i jwe fr i iS5v Vwmw j jglWHiW RWp W I 5lVlWJvllwi To those living in malarial districts Tutts Pills arc indisptonsiblc they keep the system in perfect order and are hm an absolute cure frir sick headache Tutts Liver Pills Breckenridge WEDNESDAY indigestion malaria torpid liver constipa- Â¬ tion and all bilious diseases News 10 1809 JULY y tberttef per Hie CARDS OP TUANK8 orer fire llnef chirped for t 10 cenU per line OBITUABtES ehargeil at the-- rate of 5 cent fr MONEY IX ADVANCE fft I Tk JM444 Nqw5 in Brief 1 oranges at Sulzera Choice Tar Springs is unusually popular this year Ernest Popham went to Irvington Sunday Home grown water melons aro on the t4 Italian 444Ie9 market Summer goods aro marked down at P Sazers Frank Fraizi Monday liSjtest went to Hawesyille freshest garden veyetablo at Salzers Dr Win Milner of Union Star is in the city Frenchs show boat is coming down the river Pretty little Grace Plank is visiting in Henderson J H Richards Fords vl lie was in the city last week Miss Daisy Boultiughouse of Cannel ton is in the city Mr and Mrs John Ueston were in Hardinsburg Sunday Geo Baker Owensboro spent Sunday evening in the city Miss Lutie Moorman of Glendeano is visiting Miss Ltila Ow on Jesso Eskridgo Hardinsburg is visit Â¬ ing friends at Osyisboro Frank Payne and Fred Fraize spent Sunday at the Tar Springs George Baker Owensboro was in the city visiting friends Sunday BeautifuVlight lawn for summer wear at reduced Dnces Sulzers nson Dean Glendeane is the guest f J Allen Dean Owensboro Dr Renfrow went to Hawesville on professional business Monday Arthur Board of Louisville was in the city several days last week J Bacon Hutchings Louisville was the guest of friends here Sunday Goo L Polk the leading merchant of Toblnsport was in the city Monday 0 S Lamb and family of Clay Ky are visiting relatives at Toblnsport Ind of the Seminary Mr Hendricks preached at the Baptist church Sunday Evis and Miss Daisy Johnson of Fordsville are the guests of David John- Â¬ son Mrs Win Brown and daughter of Louisville are guesta at the Napper house Hamilton Hennen and D Lester Wilson Hawesville were in the city Sunday Beare Pastor of the Christian church will hold regular services Rev Sunday Joe Cooper Hawesvflles hustling tim Â¬ ber man waa in tho city Monday on business A United States pnac boat removed fcovoral obstructions from the river here last week v s -- i Handsome Yio Robinson Glendean was here Tuesday making a shipment of spring lambs Mr Charles F Mattingly has returned home- - after a weeks recuperation at Bulphnr wells Messrs Newman and Ferdinand Burk Owensboro were he guesttfot the Misses Jarboe Sunday Joe M Mullen went to Lexington lnd Friday to visit his sister Mrs Thomas Olegg Jffyiinson Dean of Glendeane was a pafisengocon tne westDouna train Fri Â¬ day forOwonaboro COnPANY HENRY KOEMLER Mis Bailie Llghtfoot of Haweaviis Lumber Dealers of Louisville Ky inÂ¬ ia the city visiting the family dfDjr vito correspondence with Mill men who Forrest Llghtfoot have lumber for sale They buy poplar Prof Teboau of Lewisport wm engag Â¬ and hardwoods in mixed cars dry or ed on a contract for JE Keith and son green Write them a few days last week f McQUADY Miss Lena Hensley of Hardeuaburg Sunday with her cowona Misses hwK Miss Halite Beeler Is a frequent visitor Scifcanu Rosa Moorman at the home of Mrs JosieJolley JJarrolton The popular young merchant 011a ixJV came pununy to attend the funeral of Cobb was on tna sick list last wook piece Mlsa Laura Yeager Mr Claude Wilson went to Louisville Mlsa Bom and Mary Jartod with their Saturday and returned Sunday evening yJUorf Miwea Blrk Owenshoro will Misa Clara DeJarnett and Mr William ipead ope seek at Tar Springs and ber two beau- Mrs Charles Hook ul children of tyHUYille are the of M r and Mm Chas May the charming Emily Simon of Mm Margarita killman haa ed to her how Mi OweMboro takingf Scotf Emulsion W UUleh Ffcrtor whI 4Hbter cause Ifs warm weather J II Ilaynes will Ivea near Union Star was In tho cltyWiesday Keep cool this hot weather Get re Â¬ freshing soda water and lco cream at Jul Â¬ ius Sipplos Miss Jess Heaverin after a most oujoj nble stay tho guest of the Misses Jarboe returned Saturday to hor home in Louis- Â¬ ville Will Porter who has been the guest of Roy Ileyser for the past week returned to his home at Owensboro Sunday evening Mrs Charles P Babbage and Mlsa Belle Bruce Boyd wont to Hawesville They are to bo the guests of Saturday friends Mrs William Peters and children accompnied by Mr Sandford Geary and Miss Daisy Hayden spent Sunday at Skillman Col Washington Holt of Holt was in He and Col the city hist Wednesday George 8hort exchanged tho usual comp- Â¬ liments A new post office the first in tho country to ba named after Schley tho naval hero has been established in Perry County Ind Mr William Boultinghouso and wife Mrs Henry Zellers of Cannelton weie in the city Monday tho guest of A 0 Sheldon and wife wife and pretty Charles Skillman child Elizabeth hayo returned from a nleasant vacation spent at Morganfield and Dawson Springs Mrs Eugene Havnes and daughter Mlsa Ruth have gone to Irvington where thov will spend a week or more enjoying country life James Boultinghouse and family and Wilso Adams of Toblnsport Ind were the guests of A C Sheldon and wife Saturday and Sunday Charles Bear of Hardinsburg was in the city Tuesday on business He sold thirty lambs to Victor Robinson for five cents per pound Haye you invested in a bottle of cher- Â¬ ry phosphate It makes a cooling re Â¬ freshing summer drink Better than soda Try it Sulzers Charles Bohlerand his men have done a splendid pieco of work- - improving Allens hill This kind of work tells It is the kind that lasts Genial Willis Green who is prettv near the whole thing at Falls of Rough was in the city Sunday the guest of Mr and Mrs George Short Who handles the best lino of fancy groceries the largest variety of goods for picnic lunches and that delicious Royal Blend Coffee Why Julius Sipple of couise Manager Shallcross of the American Cannel Coal companys mines at Cannel Â¬ ton accompanied by James Lee were in the city Friday to seo the Cannelton Oloverport ball game Those who live on farms are liable to many accidental cuts burns and bruses which heal rapidly when BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT is promptly applied Price 25 and 50 A R Fisher Misaos Anna and Francis Hennen Hawesville were in the city Thursday evening the guests of Miss Margaret and Elizabeth Bowmer The Misses Hennen accompanied Mrs Mason to Hawesville Mr Jeff Miller and daughter Miss Xucetts of Hardinsburg and Mrs T M Judson of St Louis Mo were in the city Monday shopping Mrs Judson is spending the summer with her Bister Mrs Miller Men with rig Wanted immediately to introduce our Poultry and Lice Killer Mixture in the country Straight salary 15 per week and expenses Reference Add with stamp Eureka required Mfg Co East St Louis III Tain about health and economy l Is it cheaper for a woman to do her own baking and get sick and pay doctor bills than it is to buy fresh bread and cakes Of course nqt A wise woman daily always buys bread and cakes at Sipples Do you keep chickens Then you ought to have the Farm Journal We give it in clubbing with the Bbkcken hidcie News both for the pneo of our paper only Pay up a year ahead and the Farm Journal will come for the bal Â¬ ance of 1899 aud all of 1000 1001 1002 and 1004 nearly five years and gdt t6 you if you are on this planet Joe Roberts who has been very ill for some time went to Tar Springs Tuesday be and his wife Joe hadnt eaten any Â¬ thing for sometime but when he began drinking the tar water it seemed to help him and he ate heartily for dinner He contemplates going back next week where he will remain for a week or two We trust that he shall soon be up again Fordsville Miscellaneous Â¬ f Dillavon attended tho picnloNat Rices Storo Saturday and reported nicest me Mrs Polly Deane Clovorport is visaing x Mrs DoJarnett Miss Mary Mingus Taut Town is the guest of Miss Glide Wilson Mrs Nannie Porter Owensboro vis Â¬ ited Mrs Nelson Jolly last week Mies Josto Miller lo vlstttng her cousin Annio Hondrics Hardensburg Go to the Green Flag store Hardins Â¬ burg Ky for a nico suit of Clothes Mrs Chas Lyons visited hoi sister Mrs Horace- - Bland Saturday Sunday For neat fitting shoes all styles Green Flag Bargain store Hardinsburg Ky Mlssos Anna Jolly and Anna Head visited Mrs Thomas Miller clovor creek last week Mason self soaler fruit jars 40c per dozsn for quarts and 50c per dozsn for half gallon jars Green Flag Bargain store Hardinsburg Ky Thii beautiful and ccoinplished Miss Mattio Miller and Mrs A M Vance were the guest of Mrs Taylor Beard Hardinsburg Wednesday and Thursday Go to the Green Flat store they will clothe you up with a suit of clothes a pair of shoes hat shirt and necktie all these for 025 H Baker Bros Har- Â¬ dinsburg Ky Mr3 A M Yance who has been the guest of Miss Mattie Miller for bo veal weeks will leave Kentucky the first of AuBust where she will join her uusband who is in Montana and make that her future home Mrs Vance mide many friends while hero and we are sorry to have her leave us Â¬ Sueetssful compttition in any field depends Shall women vote Shall they practice law Shall they compete with men In every field flZTOfr Whatever womans mission may finally bo do- clarou to be it is certain that something must ba dono for her physical health Ignorance superstition and mystery surround womans delicate organism Heroic efforts to enduro pain is part of womans creed Many womens lives aro a constant struggle with lassitude many aro violently ill without apparent causo and fow indeed aro in normal health This is all wrong and might bo different if women would follow Dr Hartmans ad Â¬ vice Perhaps tho most practical printed talk to women to bo found anywhoro is in Dr Hartmans book called Health and Mediclno Co Beauty which tho Columbus O will mail frco to women only It is certain that Dr Hartmans has proved a perfect boon for womens diseases of tho pelvic organs It treats them scientifically and cures them permanently All druggists sell it I received your book and commenced tho uso of your medicino at onco writes Mrs H D Amoss of Greensboro Ga to I took flvo bottles of Dr Ilartman rv and two of I feel like a new woman When I commenced taking I could hardly walk across my room now I am doing my own work and can walk to church I Shall never cease to thank yon for prescrib- Â¬ ing for mo I had been under tho treatment of two doctors but never received any benefit until I commenced taking your medicine I wish every woman who was suffering as I was would send for ono of your books May God bless you and sparo you many years to relievo women who aro suffering as I was Fifty thousand womon will bo counselled and prescribed for this year frco of chargo by Dr Ilartman president of tho Surgical Hotel Columbus O All women suffering from any discaso of tho mucous membrane or any of tho peculiar Ills of women may writo to him and tho letters will receive his personal attention Writo for special question blank for women v J I rJls tt m Rm Womans Mission on 1AMEIAR physical health questions about womans luiure arc constantly rwked WHATS QUALITY WHATS VARIETY Thnv aro thn two nsRentialH to n first claBS Block of coodfl TllOV Thoy aro tho two aro tho two things that nil good shoppers look for stock expressions quality and variety that describe our of Groceries up-to-da- to flSllw Â¬ Road tho list of goods wo handlo in this department TO PROVE IT Delicious Rolled Oats Heinzs Delicately Flavored Pickles Heinzs Palatable Condiments Heinzs White Wine Vinegar Po-ru-- A superior preparation for pickling it has a piquant tang peculiar to itself and makes a crisp nicely flavored picklo that is grateful to tho jaded appetite Po-ru-- Durkees Superior Salad Dressing United States Halting Companys Bread Recoived AND CAKES Fresh Dally Uneeda Biscuit GRAIN O Pure Wholesome and Appetizing The healthful substitute for coffee or tea The king of brands Pe-ru-- Man-a-li- n Po-ru-- Chase Chase Sanborns Golden Rio Coffee Sanborns Condensed Coffee It is like condensed milk A spoonful of this preparation put in water makes a delightful brow of cofieo It UBod to soil at 50 cents per can but wo now sell it at 35 cents BON AMI Jf Fiifu sidet The ladles of the B V R O are ex- Â¬ pected to moet with Mrs Piggott Thurs day afternoon July 20th to decide about I the work of next year Mrs Nannie Williams of Mt Vernon III is in Irvington the guest of Mrs R M Jolly She haa been here quite awhllo and recently spent sometime in Hardinsburg Keep the temperanco work upper most in vour minds and hearts you good voters please Its one of the thlni8 true honest and of good report the Bible commands us to think on The olden story of the Hebrew child ren in the fiery furnace is as fascinating today as it was in early childhood Their fidelity to Godt their courage in trial and their utter disregard of consequences all teach lessons of great value in a Christians life Well is it in the burn Â¬ ing fiery trials that most surely overtake us we could always discern the form of the Fourth A test of character that passes with no hurt always brings honor and a purpose in tho heart not to defile ones solf la worth more than silver and Â¬ Struck a House Mrs W Hawes of Pellville bad a narrow escape from death by lightning That Throbbing Headaoho Sunday She was standing near a dres- Â¬ Would quickly leave you if you used ser in her room when tho bolt Btruck a Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of tree in the yard It passed from the tree sufferers have proved their matchless to the house and shattered the mantel merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches and dresser but Mrs Hawes was not They make pure blood and strong nerves hurt Some of the weatherboarding was and build up your health Easy to take torn from the house The damage can Try them Only 25 cts Monoy back be easily repaired Haynes if not cured Sold by Short Druggists A Little Known Fact That most serious diseases originates BIG SPRING in disorder of kidneys No hope of good health while the kidneys are wrong Dr Strother was in Louisville Tues- Â¬ FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE is guaran Â¬ day and Wednesday teed to make the kidneys right A Ra lists of testimonials Guy Meador attended the picnic 1 1 Fisher Cloverport E A Witt Hardins- Â¬ Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Rhineyvillo last Saturday burg JeS Sold by Druggists 75c Miss Maggie Hampton of Vine Grove sW-ofWSV-s- f is visiting Miss Abbie Medley BEWLEYVILLE Miss Mary Graham of Vine Grove is visiting Miss Abbie Medley Bevie Cain is visiting in Irvington Charles Moorman spent Sunday at We had a fine rain Sunday afternoon home with his sister Willibie The wheat yield is the poorest for Advertisements inserted under this head at the Miss Gertie Williams of Norfolk Va rate of one cent a word each insertion many years is the guest ot Miss Zelma Strother Miss Gola Orendorf is visiting Miss F0K SAMI JICLE Miss Nan Martin is visiting her sister Ollie Payne this week Mrs Dock Sprineate of Cus- Â¬ SALE One mule 5 years old 15 hands FOR well brokc J V STKbLE Cloverport The weather the past week has been ter y very dry and hot was Mr Bardwell of Hopkinsville STRAYED JUKE Elisha Smiths threshing machine is the guest of Miss Mayme Barnard last in Z T Stiths field place near Hardinsburg From Sunday STHAVKD mare 15 my hands high 7 years old had John Beavin and family attended the of Louisville came on a well worn saddle when it left the place The Mr Chambers party who returns the animal or who gives intor dedication at Mt Merino Sunday Saturday and is the guest of Miss Lill mation leading to its recovery will be suitably re warded E H PATE Hardinsburg Ky Mrs Orendorf and Gertrudo Crosier Olarkson have gone to their home in New Albany Morris Collie of Louisville is here FOR SAU DWELUXa of Webster spending the summer with his grand Â¬ Mrs Harry Stewart SALE One story dwelling has two large rooms kitchen wood shed good cistrrn The recently visited her old home in Meade father A R Morris dwelling adjoins the residence of A R Fisher For county Miss Ruby Miller returned home Sun- Â¬ further information call on FRANK SEIFRIEO Cloverport Ky Mt and Mrs Mac Richardson of day from Cecilia accompanied by Harv Ekron visited Mrs Alonzo Bennett Jenkins of Glendale FOK SALE OR TRADB FAUM Sunday Miss Efile Cully of Louisville and SALE OR TRADE A fine farm of 60 EOR of Rough R D Cain haa gone to the city but Miss Maud Witt of Rosetta were the For full situated on the banks or apply toCreek I E intormation call on MILLER Evelfieh Gravson County Kv to visit guests of Miss Maud Doran Sunday his wife and children continue relatives WANTED AGESTS Miss Martha Wolf of Louisville ar- Â¬ The lightning went into Chas Drnrys rived Sunday to be the guest of her sis- Â¬ WANTED Four more live agents to sell fruit but reliable men need apply house Sunday on the telephone wire ter Mrs Meyer for a couple of weeks HIGHLAND NURSERY Cloverport Ky damage No Mrs Ella Blakely of Louisville and AND LOT FOR SALE HOUSE Thos J Jolly and Tho Cain left Sun Mrs Dick Stitb of Elizabethtown are day morning en route for the dedication visiting their sister Mrs James Harned SALE One house and lot in Rock vale FOR further Information call on or address of the Catholic church MRS E I McCARTY Rockvale Kv Miss Fannie Phillips who has been The Louiavijle Annual Conference the guest of Miss Myrtle Moorman re Â¬ FOR 8ALE DRUQ STOCK has been postponed from the 6th of turned home Sunday accompanied by Apply to OU SALE A good stock of drugs 1 LoxCKronM inisisa great bar- September to 4th of October John Meador gain David Hardaway will soon take Jesse JesaHorrell of Cecilia was the guest LEOAL BUNKS Paynes place as clerk in Mr Bennetts of Miss Daisy Meador Sunday he was SALE Illank Deeds and Mortgages and store Jesso will teach school this fall accompanied by his sister Misa Georgie SIOR Forms of Legal Blanks DUECKEN NEWS OFFICE Didnt wo have a nice Convention at who will romain several days visiting TtlTIOJi And all with highly satisÂ¬ friends Lexington btratton T7OR SALE Certificate in llryant factory results Three cheers for our tj Dullness College Louisville Kv Apply to Â¬ 510U Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is tho only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutionaLdiscese requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroy- Â¬ ing the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for For cleaning windows mirrors and other household lares and penates The last two big words mean household gods an attractive young lady and has made a host of friends hero AMMONIA For housecleaning SULZERS THE BRECKENRIDGE NORMAL COLLEGE HARDINSBURG KY 4 1899 HOW DOES THIS STRIKE YOU HH SrtWVfr4 Â¬ WANTS First Term of Five Months Begins September Instructors Practical thorough and enthusiastic men No school in this section of the State offers and women superior inducements COURSES AND TUITION Primary Teachers SI 2 3 3 75 Intermediate Preparatory per month 50 20 20 Scientific Classical Music Board 175 to 3 20 per month 3 20 3 50 2 25 per week Fcr further information and catalogue address D S ROBERTS Jr A B President HARDINSBURG KY COMMENCED Tho work of making extensive improvements to my store has commenced I needed moro room and in a few weeks will have one of the handsomest and most modorn salesrooms in tho county BM Would Have Cost Him His Life I have been using Folevs Kidney Cure and take great pleasure in stating it gave me permanent cure of Kidney disease which certainly would haye cost me my life I recommeud it to any one afflicted with kidney trouble Oscar Bowman Lebanon Ky A R Fisher Oloyerport EA Witt Hardinsburg IiUecken ridge news office Price Smashing Has commenced I want to get all summer goods out of the wnv nrwl tt cm nin mr tiAitr o4sin vnAma witli o otaI nnrlwl all and winter stock To do this 10 Lit ED0EW00D DERKS1I1KES BREED the kind that win us the record of my herd at Indianapolis and Springfield this year will attest I showed only animals ol my own breeding and captured a good percentage ol the The prlio winnlng boar Head desirable prises nd old Artful Duke 10th In light Jr 43999 service Figs of thtlr get lor sale My brood sows are of best American and English strains CALDWELL NORTON Come and see me Louisville Ky I 1 Vt I have cut prices on LEWISPORT Wanted Farmers to cut shock fodder W A Smith contracting agt of the Maradon Co will be in Lewisport on Thursday 20th and Saturday the 22nd and would like to meet the farmers of tho Lewisport neighborhood L Llehovitz the progressive mtr chant of Lewisport haa purchased a toÂ¬ He is public spirited and bacco factory offers it rent free to any man who will buy tobacco there this year This section haa been blessed with co- Â¬ pious showers and the result is that the corn and tobacco crops aro the best in years The prospects aro exceedingly bright and prosperitys smile shines on Lewisport This is one of the most progressive towns in tho state A company haa been organized here to put in a chair factory It is capitalized at 1000 Half of the stock haa already been sub scribed ritka VfUttlM ASSIGNEES NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of Hall ii Drane or S J Hall or W R Qrane Individ Â¬ ually ore hereby notified to present their claims duly verified to the undersigned assignee at Con stantlne Ky on or before the 1st day of Scptrm Â¬ Assignee Con t in MOORMAN ber1899 line Ky Summer floods They aro now sold lower at my storo than over beforo I will not quoto prices but ask you to call examine and ask for quotations Cil DO YOU WANT Your Expenses Paid While You Are Sick Da you want to draw a sum sufficient to coyer all costs whon you meet with an accident If you are prudent and wise you cer- Â¬ Respectfully tainly do gold Golden Rod Kit 860 Now dont waste a moment but inquire about the line of Sickness and Accident Insurance bandied by W E BROWN Irvington Ky WHITES CRI TT TO KJYLSII VERimPUdE W rc tM Pi Bdoeata Tour Dowela With Ctiaearota Candy Cathartic cure constipation orerer UOOO all drugglsta refund money Marion Weatherholt Writs or call on him at the Poetofllce Dont Stop ADDITIONAL HARDINSBURG SBtAS fiumu ECnUMb Ti4to fftadM H Keep taking it until you arc There will bo a grand picnic given at Garfield Saturday Aug 5 Hm Mertle Jofies of Fardayllle i O m4 mmmm i Wftattown m gtv lujncr Thompaotv wbo ft wilt foal your lungs anil J9 tkk Uaoi in at wjhntf an u t w mimfx MM MM I v at WFW1 Hot OanH an Tar Th Olovarporta aro aeha4ald toplay gaJa riora Hantiaabais Ky LettkviuVa afaakamatoarbaM ballUMtK MtP4 7aQtM00alViLwW hm Wm Um witmafa TWaja tfe taw that iWillllfbM ittnaTWjfciii jiniaai iwivad tf tka aaftk with ntamd IVMaa laW VtomuMa htwattt vlttln MkM Maggie Baker Bar your ladle aad Ohlldwas shoe tZffifa X ivonxJk OLOVERPORT KY W A WALKER H Q The Kind You Haw Ahrays MAW WALKER k BOARD h bargain Gwn Flag Br DENTISTS Grown Bri4g a4taift Wojk wHhMWHRV 4Jtti5 samttLi mm - iJd iV1 1MWT p xnttW n- - T m- Ulsh tho tapoJnio and we will prove it WhIUi jflflT people have boon talking Farmwns Institute and writing on Intensive Farming and the Bko one of thorjjorrospondonts of the BaxcnKNRinda NawsnskW me if I couldnt contribute Bomethlity In that lino And my answer ia no for I dont think It- is what the farmer has raised or what ho is going to raise that is ttjb confronting problem with him But whero the secret lies is in being nble to demand a profit or to set a roaeonablo rico qn what he raises Do you eee the manufacturer of wire consign his products to the farmer and toll him If he needB nny of it for fenc Â¬ ing purposes to uso it at whatever prico he can afford and remit same td him Do you see the manufacturer of farming Implements consign bla machinery- - to tho farmer and tell him if ho needs any of it to take it at the best prico that he can afford to pay for same and remit to him No sir of course you dont for it would be a silly business man indeed that would conduct his affairs ou that basis But you do seo the farmer thresh out his wheat crop into some one elsoa Backs for tho majority of them dont oven have sacks of their own not to say anything about havidg granaries on their farms and consign it to millers and speculators and tell thorn If they can uso it todo the very best they can in price for them and after faking out commis- Â¬ sion etc to remit balance to them Brother farmor do you expect strong prices on your products unless you de- Â¬ mand it Would you give 2Jc and 3c for fencing wire unless the other fellow demanded it Would you pay 250 for little repair wheol to your binder or mower unless tha other fellow demand- Â¬ ed it Well then if that is the case you neednt jxpect cue ana voc lor your wheat unless you demand i and I am afraid it will be a long time Indeed be- tore tne larmer win no in a condition or position to demand a price on his pro- Â¬ ducts And further you neednt look for any relief out of 11 to 1 for there is not where the rouble lies4 16 to 1 mty be and it may not be a good money system A But it matters not to yon whether we havo a gold standard or a silver standard or a double standard Tho thing to do is to be able to demand a price in whatever money we do have But for the farmer to arrive at that point financially and commercially is a thing I pever expect to see accomplished for his interests are bo varied and his capital so limited he never will In his present condition attain that end But what I do thinkVill aid the farmer materially in reducing everything else to corresponding prices with his products in Free Trade notwithstanding our Republican brother says nit Â¬ Conr-ier-Jour- Hf Y -- i fftrfp Breckehridge WEDNESDAY News 19 1809 JULY rrTTcw mk- KK x t A BRANDENBURG We regrot to at Ekron I - T tereetother brothers Illustrated Ken tuoWan published in Louisville Miss Belli Clarkeon has taken tho agency George II Yenowino was on the Blaff and wo nil know his force ability and versatility as n writer is gotten The Illustrated Kontucklan up with brilliancy and effect no doubt Mi9 Bettie Clarkeon who is a young lady of culture refinement and true womanlinoss will succeed la introducing this monthly paper in our midst Tho Brrckenhidor Nswb camo out in a etralgh forward corageous manly edi Â¬ torial last week tolling why it could not and would not support tho candidacVof William Goeboll I tell you it was a strong finely written to tho point rtU- clo I havont read any finer oven in1 tho Louisville Evening Post I for one run excessively proud of it I do like to see a man or a paper havo the courage of conviction and then not afraid to ex- Â¬ press it if conscientious in the belief Tho question arises was Goebel nom- Â¬ inated by a Democratic convention Miss Agnes Malin is now able to be up She will be with Mrs Gough until she is strong I always enjoy being with Agnes She is in all musical matters and la devoted to her calling She is organist for the handsomest Oath olio church in Owensboro abd to be or Â¬ ganist in such a church and for such A choir means a musician of ability She bIbts Schuborta Mass of which much is syncopated time but Agnes has mastered it and has been much complimented in the rendition I am glad ehe is where her talent is appreciated and that she can still cultivate a God given gift I want to join the editor of this paper in the request that Mrs W J Figgott write olten for the Nkws Her paper The Land of the Don as a review of a years reading of the B V R C which appeared in last issue was a masterly production Mra Piggott says We do not believe because webaye endeavored to enlarge our eplice taid increase our mental activities that we have become less capable wivand mothers Would tnat she could Jierald that poble senti Â¬ ment to eyery woman in the land Why should not wive8nnd mothers overy wherp read and study to broaden and expand their minds and thus fit them selves to better fill the honored positions held by lhm as wives and mothers Why shouldnt we wash She asksagain dishes if need be while the sublime rythm of tho Iliad or Odyssey makes Yes I like my music an our minds talented friend Mrs Piggott should Kke to know why a womans culinary duties whynber responsibilities as mother or wife should debar her from a realm where she meets andmlngles with lofty minds and drinks from fountains of Truth and Beauty A woman like Mrs W J Piggott is an inspiration tb a whole commuuity when she appreciated Ir vlugton and vicinity do appreciate such ability for there we find many bright minds grasping and clutching for all the straws of information blown to them on Bewleyville haska a sea of knowledge B Y R 0 too All thouo ladies have broad minds whose adornment they con- Â¬ sider paramount to tho diking of tho body God Bpeed then in a good work I -- sn krroW Mr Guedry lo ill STEPHENSPORT Mrs J Stiles has a now organ Charlie Mook was in town Friday Snmmor boardora still come to tho Smith IIoobo Several irom Union Star attended church horo Sunday Thero will bo an ice croam supper at Rome Ind Friday evening Dont forget tho Deestrick Bkule Saturday the 22nd in City Hall Misses Blanoho Clay Moseley and Mary Allen went to Holt Saturday Miss Bcnaio Hargie oi Indiana is via ltlng her sister Mrs Marion Thomas Had a light Bhower here Sunday but more rain 1b ncoded in this community Sir and Mrs W H Sargent oi Fords vllle are hero for a weeks visit with rela- Â¬ JJRWERCB DISCOVERY KEEPS YOUR S6sses fSm STROHflfeI LIMBS HFAITHWJrM4 nHgrh r inL in 7 im i uihsK Jfitifl KSly Brandenburg had a copious ahower last Sunday Miss Andra Brown is visiting Miss Nell Blith ql fckron Miss Fannie Phillippsihas roturned from a visit to Big Spring I havo filed Mrs W J Piggotls ro view The Land of tho Don Miss Nettio Schenee of Louisville will visit Mrs p S Blubardson this weok Tom 1iiBoy of Chicago is expected this week to pay his annual visit homo MisBes May doe RUN G SORE w tf ON HIS ANKLE After Six Years of Intense Obstinate Borea and ulcors which rof uso to honl under ordinary troat mont soonbocomo chronic and doop Suffering Promptly Cured Boatod and aro a euro sign that tho ontiro circulation ia in a depraved condition They Dy O O C DJ Oi Oi Oi qxq a severe drain upon tho system dnd aro con- bo eliminated Pusoy and Irma Gor- Â¬ don were guests of Camp Herndon last weok Mrs Blancho Fontaine improves bIow y but wo are all hopeful now of her re Â¬ covery Capt Ryan landed tho Ragon a long Bide he Tarascon and came aboard for a WAV from tho blood and no amount of qxtornl troatmont t can have any effect There is no uncertainty about tho merits of S S 8 overy claim t iet Vtnly4 m a4 i1 nnnmiartllir m4a testimony of those who have oeen cured by it and know of its virtues by experience Mr L J Clark of Orange Courthouse Va writes 1 t B Uu z tives Misses Kate and Mary Allen spent several days last week with Mrs F 0 A Tnx Tmpcnnc MeJldM Ferry I Whisky The Deestrick Skule for the benefit I Â¬ of the Baptist church will be given Sat Opium urday night the 22nd V or other Narcotic Forest Dlain and Charley Hanks have Otves Strength to the enlisted in the U S A and are now in training at Ft Thomas Mrs Joaio Wright is hero from the J Purity to the south to spend the summer with her Bister Mrs Bettie Napper BLOOD Miss Georgia McCubbins who has Life to the LUNGS been visiting in Fordsyille and Hardins- burg returned home last week aJj M Blain is putting an addition to his road Mrs B N Miller Har property on Main street the Hotel branch dlnsburg Bpont Friday and Saturday of Midway occupied by Mrs McCann last week with Mrs Ken Wathen Services were held in the BaptiBt church Sunday morninn and two candi Is your liver tired Does it fail to do dates were baptized Mr and Mrs Sam its duty If so dont deglect its call for Dix help A few doses of HERBINE may Mr and Mrs 0 0 Lewis and children save you a spell of sickness HERBINE It is the only perfect liver medicine and his grandmother Mrs Hambleton left laBt week for Missouri to visit rela- cures Chills and Fever Price- 50 cts A B Fisher tives Floyd St E Miller of the Henderson HARDINSBURG Elevator Co who baa boea buying up wheat for the company left Monday for Teachers Institute next week Henderson Bev J W Bigham iBholdinu a big reMr and Mrs Andy Earls of Borne vival out at Mt Zion passedthrough town Saturday enroute to Hawesville to the- bedsiQeof their son Born to the wife of the Bev A H night George who is qui to low Davis 12 Inst a boy vr Miss Mary Taylor has accepted a posiMr and Mrs Sam Haycraft of LouisNext Saturday will be bargain day at tion in her brothers office at RusselJ ville Mrs Lon Bix Miss Bettie Tee Dix the Eclipse Grocery Come in and get vllle Mary is a talented young lady Mrs Morten and Mrs Courtney of em- Alcohol I y STOMACH SgpS V 1 Â¬ - Â¬ - Wade Ditto Commercial man waa here last week the guest of his brother Jeff Ditto Henry Clay Best was in from Camp Horndon Saturday tho guest of Miss Maydee Pusey Misses Mary and Bess Lewis have bad a delightful visit to Hardinsburg Irving ton and Guston Mr and Mrs Gene Guedry have left for Paducah after a pleasant visit to Mrs Taylor Haynes Mrs Duvalla sister whosename I have not learned is still very sick at tho Baptist parsonage Will McGehee Herbert Worland and Will Cosperke are enjoying their Bum- Â¬ mer vacation at home Mr and Mrs Lon Nevitt have re- Â¬ turned from their cridal trip and are at Mrs E Wimps on East Hill Mr Aaron WittleshoOffr and Mr Geo Yeakel are at Mr arufMrs EU Yeakels handsome home for a vacation Mr and Mts Harry Leslie spent Sun Â¬ day with Mrs Boridurants family Mrs Leslie and children will spend a week Mre CressoD Mrs Blands eister is quite ill but she has the most devoted attention in nursing and medical service I have a kind invitation from Mrs Beverly Maitingly to attend a cotillion at her homeneaf Weodland Thursday - For six years I had an obstinate running ulcer on my ankle which at times caused me intense Buffering I was bo disabled for a long while that I was wholly unfit for business Ono of tho best dootors treated me constantly but did me no good I then tried various blood remedies without tho least boneflt S 8 S was so liighly recom mended that I concluded to try it and the effect was wonderful It seemed to got right at tho seat of tho diseaso and force the poison out and I was Boon com pletely ourea uwucb opeoino Â¬ vinBiBmvB i 1 drives out overy trace of impurity in tho blood and in this way cures permanently tho most obstinate deep seated sore or ulcer It is tho only blood remedy guaranteed purely vegetable and con- tdins not a particle of potash mercury or other mineral Si S S cures Contagious Blood Poison Scrofula Cancer Catarrh Eczema Rheumatism Sores Ulcers Boils or any other blood trouble Insist upon S S S nothing can take its place Valuablo books mailed froe by Swift Specific Company Atlanta Q a only been in the buslnem about a year and a half She advertises in sevomi journals and she thinks by another year her poultry business will bo increasod yery materially A Visitor 8 8 S FOR THE BLOOD removed a sunken barge from near the wharf James Carr and family of Gas City returned home Saturday after a pleasant visit to Mrs Oarrs parents Rev J Ed Mm returned home Thursday from district conference ac Â¬ companied by his mother Wm Waldschmidt and Jacob Roland of Oannelton spent Sunday at the home of Henry Waldschmidt Mr Combs entertained Mr Townsond at hie residence Friday also sold a bill of rustle chairs the same day r1 Â¬ Â¬ k Owensboro attended services and tne t baptizing Hunday Tkb Bosa Morean Irvine wife of James Irving and daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Morgan died at her home in Bock Haven Monday the 10th and was buried bore tho 11th Services were held in the Baptist church by her pastor Z Ferrell The deceased leaves a husband parents and brothers to mourn her loss and also a dear little babe a few months old to always feel the need of a mothers love and care besides a host of friends to miss her and sympathize with the fam- Â¬ ily The Doestrick Skule that will be played at City Hall Saturday the 22nd will be one of the very best plays for pure fun It consists of morning ses- Â¬ sions of Skulo and noon hour then follows exerbition tho afternoon which is composed of pieces composi- Â¬ tions and Bong by tho scholars and an and a address by tho committeemen very touchen poetical effusion to tho Marater from the pen of Mrs Honey- Â¬ suckle the Ma of two pairs of twins the gijjgfitfg and the crying girls stutter- Â¬ ing and lisping scholars and Ezeklal our own little bubby just four years old and other characters too numerous to mention and make this play full of fun and merriment The characters all be ing represented by grown folks dressed as okule children of CO years avo You cant afford to miss this so come Satur- Â¬ day the 22nd at City Hall Stephensport Admission 15 cents Children 12 years and under 10 cents Â¬ A Thousand Tongues Could not expressthe rapture of An Â¬ nie E Springer of 1125 Howard St Philadelphia Pa when she found that Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption had completely cured her of a hack Â¬ ing cough that for many years has inado life a burden All other remedies and doctors could give her no help but alio says of this Royal Cure It Boon relieved the pain in my chest and I can now Bleep Boandly something I can scarcely re member doing before I feel like sound ing itapraiBes throughout tho Universe So will every one who tries Dr Kings New Discovery for any trouble oi the Throat Chest or Lungs Price 50c and UyV 100 Trial bottle free at Short noa drug store every bottle guaranteed Â¬ IRVINGTON Miss Anna Hawes of Cincinnati O is visiting her brother It E Hawes Ohapeza Wathen and lamily of Owensboro are visiting at Mt Merino The Misses Munford will have a hand Â¬ some two story residence erected in the near future The dedication of tho Catholic church Sunday was a grand success and was largely attended Will Allen and wife of Louisville were guests of Mr and Mrs 0 F Bed man last week MlM Iligglns of Owensboro is spend ing the week with her brothers John ndlt P Hitrelne Miss Lida McGehee will go to Har- Â¬ dinsburg this week to attend the tsacbers examination JJinbry Wrather after a pleasant visit to bis parents returned to Chicago Sun Â¬ day accompanied by his grandmother and cousin Mr Mary Munford and Miss Nannie Posey sir Host and wife are at the Lyons lU Xttt in MlgiMMtf on the hailing from this town Miss Irma Gordon a bright sweet girUromNew Albany will return to her ceased home this week after a pleasant vlsino You ought to try one of those fine Miss Maydee Pusey hams at the Eclipse Grocery They are How much Jiappler wo all would be tip top could we remember the old Mexican Did you aver take a drive on the bou- Â¬ proverb A tongue may inflict a deep levard down to the lake Well try it er wound than a sword its ereat Mason sell sealer fruit jars 40c per Mrs J II Lennin was visitinc her jdozen for quarts and 50c per dozSU for daughter Mrs J D Beeler near 3urk half gallon jars Green Flag Bargain last week store Hardinsburg Ky Beduced prices in all mens and boys Mrs S O Malln of Owensboro is vis clothing Green Flag Bargain store iting her daughter Mrs Geo Worland Hardinsburg Ky wio is nicely domiciled in her pretty Well anyhow we are going to have a new rooms West Muip4 new Catholic church That shows some The picnic at Buttermilk Falls given public enterprise by the three Sunday schools was well There hasnt been a prisoner in the attended an abundant spreadwas served county jail for nearly six months Its a on Natures table and everybody had a dead old piece of property good time Roberts and Coke are getting up a I think it is the funniest thing Ive handsome illustrated thirty page cata beard lately that Boston cast out a text logue for the B N College book because Cupid had no clothes on Dr Tom Gardner Superintendent of and only wings Think of Cupid being the Hopkinsville asylum was here n few dressed up Even to please Bostonians days last week visiting hiB mother Whycannot we have a letter long in- Â¬ The young ladies of the M E church teresting and one every week from Irv Now Mrs R M Jolly our chat Â¬ will give an ice cream social in the ington court house yard Thursday evening ty versatile correspondent why not sharpen up your quill and send in some July 27 you A Cloverport lady threatens to sue her flashes Will Mrs Gene Guedry nee Lida Haynes husband for divorce because he snores so loud he can be heard down on the one of our Brandenburg girls is as hand- Â¬ some If not handsomer than ever Gene river front in a very successful young business man Dr Beufrow whose superior as a den tist cannot be found in these parts will and their future is bright Their homo is at Clifton Tenn do in Hardinsburg on professional busi- Â¬ A gentleman at a supper or a dance or ness Monday a picnic shows his true gentlemanly in- Â¬ Ladies shirt waist blue pink and white worth from 76c to SI our prico stincts He Bhows as well his wifes in now 40c to 70c Green Flag Bargain fluence He extends polite courteous attention to old and young Give ua a store Hardinsburg Ky few more like ono we have here and 17 lbs granulated sugar for 1 18 lbs everybody would enjoy life more fully brown sugar for 1 Coffee 10c per pack- Â¬ Tho supper given by the Catholic age soda 2 lbs for 5c Green Flag Bar Â¬ ladies last Friday night was a most de- Â¬ gain store Hardinsburg Ky lightful affair The ices and cakes and The Hardinsburg young society folks fruit wero simply elegant We spent a gave a big lunch down at the lake one charming social evening and the finan- Â¬ evening last week They were joined cial part was most pleasing to the good by several parties from Cloverport women and young ladies who conducted Fancy and light calicoes 4 cts per it vnril nnnlimnrfl and wnrnfndn from 121 Capt Will S Hayes had the Tarascon ntfpSTfiyardup1 at Green Flag Bar- - to remain here an hour for the young people to dance The band was one of gatrraore uaruinsuurg Ky A nice lot of mens and boys Sunday the best Capt Hayes took tho violin percalo shirts 35c each Socks 5 cents once and played a divine waltz in com Â¬ pliment to our crowd Wo yote Capt a pair Suspenders 10 cents apalr Green Flag Bargain store Hardinsburg Hayes and tho packet lino a card of thankB Ky Gen Otis haH no righ to try and crush Shoriff Burton and Dolph Board pick Â¬ the native uprising with 30000 men a ed up two fellows out at Harneds Btntiou of last week who were peddling moonshine number papers are demanding his re-Â¬ call Reports from Washington say the whisky They were taken to Owens army will be Increased to 40000 or 50 boro 000 better say 100000 Nothing can Dentists Board and Walker have open- Â¬ be done until an army big enough to act ed and furnished a haudsome dental quickly and overwhelmingly is sent ofilce on upper cross Main street They where over the insurgents keep the are reliable home men and deserve your Held This is justice reason and mercy patronage to end the war The friends in this community of Mr Judge O O Falrleigh kindly sent my and Mrs Reed Louisville were sorry to nima as a suitable person to talk up a hear of the death of their infant baby Very fine magazine Self Culture of last week Mr and Mrs G W Beard which I have a sample copy ne dol- Â¬ went up to attend the funeral lar a year It is a wonderfully fine A warrant was sworn out here last monthly I am offered thlrty flve cents week against Rome young fellows in the on every sale My friends are welcome country for playing ball on Sunday to the discount if they wish it What a There seems to be no statute directly on profit and pleasure in reading and yet tho subject it Is evidently a violation of how many fail to realize tho fact To the law Sunday base ball is becoming starve the mind is worse than to starve too frequent In the country however the body and those who regard the sanctity of the Miss Yeno wine pf Louisville was a Sabbath would be glad to sea it broken guest last m Mr and Mrs A D up LltoMeW--- k wm too in Uta Js Alf Taylor ha9quaMed as adminis- Â¬ trator of the estate of Will Board de- Â¬ -- - What among hnman ills are more an noying than piles The afflictions that prevents active exercise are bad enough but one that makes even rest miserable is worse Women are among its great- Â¬ est martyrs TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will cure the most obstinate caseB Price 50 cts in bottles B Fjsher tubes 75c--Â¬ A ASHCRAFT We had a nice rainSunday Mrs D S Ouiley abd children are with her parents A number from this place attended the dedication of the Merino church Sunday Rev AR Willett and T J Duvall de livered two excellent sermouB Sunday Miss Bigham of Hardinsburg who visited Miss Batie Herndbn has retjlrned home Messrs Culley Witt of Louisville spent Sunday with Misses Mata and Clara Ash craft Our baby has been continually trou- Â¬ bled wjth colic and chblora infantum since his birtli and altthat we coud do for him did not seem to give more than temporary relief until we tried Cham- Â¬ berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Bemedy Since given that remedy he has been troubled We want to give you this testimonial as an evidence of our gratitude not that you need it to advertise your meritorious remedy G M Law Keokuk Iowa For saleby A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephensport nt wk Nrs Robert Bendrick and daughter Miss Hettin spent last Friday with Wm Dugan Mrs Louis Morningway of LouisvlUe We are glad to know little Hubert is visiting her brothers Jim and Sparrel Ashcraft who has typhoid fever ia im- Â¬ Osborne proving The Rev Adaniram Willett wife and There will be an ice cream supper at little daughter rom Cape GirardeauMis J M Herndona Friday night July 21st Bouri are visiting relatives near here All tue Rirls will bring cakes All are The Rev Alexander Whittlnghill and nvited to attend wife of Louisville are visiting Mr and Rev A R Willett wife and daughter Mrs Horace Shaln and others of this vi Cape Girardeau Mo are with their cinity mother Miss Jeese Asbcrait We are Henry Mills has Bold one more har Â¬ glad to have them in our midst vester machine than all the rest of the agents in tho county put together He Coughed 25 Years sells the Osborne make suffered for 25 years with a cough I Henry Youtaler and wife from near and spent hundreds of dollars with doc Payneavllle visited Dr Baxter and fam- Â¬ tors and for medicine to no avail nntil I ily Mr Youtaler stopped off here on used Dr Bells This his way home from the Lexington Con- Â¬ remedy makes weak lungs strong I vention has saved my lite J BHosoll Grants The music and Binging at the Mount burg 111 Merino dedication last Sabbath was in Tho Farm Journal is cheap but not too deed grand not to say anything about the cordiality and hospitality that was ex- Â¬ cheap to bo good it is full of ginger and gumption and has as many other good tended to all who were there Messrs Herbert Beard and Louis things in it that you can use aa any pa at any price It will be sent for the Kincheloe two of Hardinsburgs most alance of 1890 and all of 1000 1001 promising young men were visiting two 1002 and 1803 nearly five years to sub- Â¬ ol Brandenburgs most beautiful and ac scribers of he BnucKKNEiDOKNEWB who complished young ladies Misses Mary pay one year in advance O and Bessie Lewis who are visiting their grandfather R J Fatteson ROME IND A farmer who lives just over the lino in Breckenridge county has just cut and Whiteheads residence is nearing threshed 30 bushels of wheat from 30 completion acres of land making a ylold of one Adam Anspach ia painting his business bushel per aero There is sot much prosperity in that wheat crop Even the house and residence Miss Gadys Graven of Derby re-crops are showing the pressure of the gold Btandard turned home Saturday Rev Murr attended the district con One of the delegates to the late RepubÂ¬ lican convention at Lexington remarked ference at Paola last week alter his return that he hadnt seen any O E Robinson and R W Shoemaker thing extra In the quality of the blue went to Leopold Wednesday grass in that region and seemed to feel Miss Delia Petit accompanied her very much disappointed in what he had Bister Mrs Carr to Gas City always heard of that country So I told 0 N Whitehead of Henderson Is visÂ¬ him not to mourn over it for although iting his mothor of this place this ia called thoennyrlle district we Come early and stay late to tha lee could ralsft blue grass here if the people would just keep the plow out of the Cream supper Friday eve July 21st ground long enough to give It a showing Miss May Connor of Olovwpert U I then showed him a bunch of blue grass visiting her sister Mrs Helen that was grown on a farm nsar Guston Miss Mary Anderson gave tha maesured Vy the tapajln 7 Inch ttrday eve la honor of bar Mitest Mtes Joeg 1 aay man Uds I will Groves tarnish th buoah of grass If h will fur- - GUSTON A Frightful Blunder Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arnica Salvo the best in the world will kill the pain and promotly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns all Skin Eruptions Boat Pile Cure on earth Only 25 cents a box Cure guar Romo will soon have one of the best anteed Sold by Short Haynes Drag brassbnnds in the State The boys are gists expecting their instruments daily Equine Sense of Smell Quite a number of young folks from The fillowing from Horse and Stable Stephensport attended the social given shows bow very keen indeed must be the at tho residence of J M Anderson sense of smell The horse will George Petit after a few weeks of horses leave musty bay untouched in his bin rest returned to Gas City Sunday where however hungry He will not drink of he is in the employ of the Tin Plate Go water objectionable to his questioning Croft on Cunningham of New York sniff or from a bucket wiiich some odor city passed through the city on his way makes offensive however thirsty His to St Louis Saturday Crofton is on intelligent nostril will widen quiver always a pleasant caller and query over the daintiest bit ottered The city of Rome that has bo long Dy tne iairest ot nanus witn coaxings been slumbering and wanting In the that would make a mortal ehut bis eyesS tnings tnat aro necessary to tne prosÂ¬ and swallow a nauseous mouthful at a perity and progression of a place that gulp A mare is never satisfied by has at lost awakened and put herself on either eight or whinney that her colt record as one of the busiest and most is really her own until she has a certi Â¬ fied nasal certificate to tho fact A towns on the rivor blind horse now living will not allow The social given at tho M E Church the approach of any stranger without was a success Those present were en Â¬ showing signs of anger not safely to be tertainingly entertained In many ways disregarded The distinction is evi- Â¬ tha s only handy for the direction oi dently made by his sense of smoll and Among the many at a considerable distance Blind Mrs Henry Schenk horses pleasant and interesting things on the as a rule will gallop wildly about a past- Â¬ program were songs and pieces by the ure without striking the surrounding children which reflects much credit to fence Tho sense of smell informs them the city of its proximity Others will when The ice cream Bupper to be given in loosened from the stable go direct to the Academy Htrll Friday eve by the A the gate or bars opened to their accus O TJ W Lodge will be one of the tomed feeding grounds and when des- Â¬ grandest affairs of the seasons- - No pains iring to return after hours of earless or time will bo spared to make it pleas Â¬ wandering will distinguish one outlet ant for all present For the benefit of and paitently await its opening The the Stephensport people our ferryman odor of that particular part of the fence has been employed to give them free is their pilot to it The horse in brow transportation both ways Dont forget sing or while gathering herbage with Its the date July 22nd at Academy Hall lips is guided in its choice of proper food entirely by its nostrils Blind Beauty is Dlooa Deep horses do not make mistakes in their Clean blood means a clean akin No beauty without it Cascarcts Candy Cathar diet tie clean your blood and keep it clean by tirring up the lazy liver and driving all imac jsl ci purities from the body Begin to day to Bmi the d YH Haw Always BwgM banish pimples bollvblotchet blackheads and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cscarets beauty for ten cents All drug gUU satisfaction guaranteed 10c 25c 60c TO OLD POINT COflFORT v NX o is p aa a JIODEL FARM Locust Lawn Is The Home Of nodern Methods And the Seashore August ath The Greatest of All Trips The regular Annual Excursion to Old Point Comfort in charge of Mr W A Wilgus 8 P A will be un Wednesday Aug Otu via L H St L andJb O Railways from Cloverport on regular train leaving at 95 AM connecting with BeaBhoro Special which leaves U ion Station foot of Seventh street at 130 PM The round trip rate to Oldrolnt Comfort is only 15 and the tickets are good un August 30th with atop oVer prlvllpgw returning only This trip surpasses any offered the traveling public Grand and beautiful Bcenery invigorating mountain air surf bathing ocean voyage palatial hotel enÂ¬ tertainment and a visit to the capital -- Pine-Tar-Hon- s dlblvi fJ 8bk I spent a day last week atLocust Lawn the homo farm of Mr G A Foote near Bewleyville This is one of tho oldest nettled places in the county Over fifty years ago Mr Footes grandfather occupied it and his landed Interest at one on time extended from Bewleyville both sides of the road to Sinking Creek a dtstan6e ot five miles Mr Footo was a tip top old Virginia gentleman and beÂ¬ sides being a successful farmer he took a great intoreet in public matters both He was also recog Â¬ State and National nised as authority on public questions of his day and his acquaintance with leading public men was quite extensive He died about twenty years ago and willed bis home place to his grandson Gerard It is a tne farm The acreage has been reduced some but there is still abundance of land for all purposes Mr Foote believes in intense farming system lie that is a modern ia an enthusiast on the la to farmers con ventions and believes all farmers in the county should advocate them and at Â¬ tend them Within the last two yean Mr Foote has glyen attention to tha raising ol flue stock lie baa a number of as flue Pol and china hogs as can be found in the county He has disposed q a number of them at a yery fine pried He thinks he will rive attention to stock raising Knd graurmore exclusively in the future Asethor wattor thatJo worthy of at here ia the poultry bual tsatloH aeus at Looost This is under the opatiol of Mrs Foot She la miking a NjHitMhM m a fi Bh paltry j1 Â¬ up-to-d- if desired Â¬ Eyery attention and courtesy will b extended to ladles without eacorj Choice of routes ttturninr bt ecn Richmond and OllitcLForge will be given enabling those who desire to visit Lynchburg Natural Bridge and other 9 points of interest Bleeping carratee will be t00 for berthLouisville to Old Point to be oc Â¬ cupied by one or two poisons and ap Â¬ plication for sleeping car space should be made at once to W A Wilgus 8 P A Hopkinsville Ky For further part- V 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