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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i- MNNNeIIt pI- Iij8PAGES I I 56 COLUMNS THE FJJ TO XXIV MAY 23 rr- i rt j i I t tt i 1 r 1 li fr fr 5 J vT j i f lt i i t r- p j r + j l Ih r 1I1 tai tar I j 01 f- A t f a- r 1 Hold Their FortyFifth Convention At Hot Springs Ark May 11th THOUSANDS IN Moro than 1200 delegates were pres ent at the foryflftb meeting of the Southern Baptist convention at Hot Springs Ark May 11th and visitors were counted by the hundreds Rev North ern of Georgia was reelected President of the body which office be accepted In an eloquent pad appropriate speech Pastor J B Moody of Hot Springs in his welcome address congratulated his in selecting the place of brotbjBaptista at Hot Springs the place of many waters both hot and cold He said that in view of their great love of water the city had provided 1 65 places for free baths during their stay REPORT ON MISJIOSS The reports of all the boards showed that this has been a blessed year in mis eion work not only in minor matters but in the one great thing the salvation of souls THE FOREIGN FIELD The Baptists han been Bonding mission aries to Ohms more than fifty years They have 18 there now and both the educa tional and gospel work is progressing nicely Much encouragement was reported IFiftysix baptisms during the year were reported by the missionaries in AfricaThe work in Japan humanly speak tug was reported discouraging The evangelical meetings in Italy have resulted in much good The missionaries there have devoted themselves exclusive ly to the work of saving souls The mission work in Brazil was begun in 1831 and has been greatly blessed They have eight preachers and the work is carried on from fire centers There are more ordained native preachers in Mexico than in any other fieS 144 bptisms were reported in the Northern mission IIOUB MISSION The report on finances was most grati Lying the year closing with a cash balance on hand of 70802 The denominational papers were com plimented and the Home Field com reports were heard from the frontier work This work now means an effort to provide churches for the new ly settled portions of our own land This work promises speedy returns The Question of missionary aid for the negro was discussed at length and the duty of the SonthernlBaptlata in this regard was made manifest During the past year the Home Mis Ion Board has appropriated 1054003 for Ute work In Cuba SUNDAY SCHOOL BOARD The past year has been the most suc ceesful ever known in Sunday school work The gross receipts of this institu Lion surpassed those ot last year by five dollars of the south number a a half and feel now more than ever before their great responsibility and duty of giving the word of the Lord to the people After the reports were heard other business was taken up and the conven tion days were splint with much profit and pleasure to all The next meeting of the convention will be held at New Orleans and Bra Mailing of Kentucky was appointed to preach the sermon with Bro Felix of Lenfeiana as alternate r I10U Reward 9100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science hiabeen able to cure ia all Its stages and that is Catarrh positiveteureknown Catarrh being ft constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally aUng directly on the blood and mucous MufMMTpf the system thereby destroying tbeJeandation ot the disease and gluing the patient strerfgUi by building the eorisWtuUori and wviating nature iag its work The pToprletors have LjitMh faith ia Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for anycase that it fails to cure Send IQs llsfe of Toledo 0- 4ilfold by Drinks 75e4 1 f DONT MISS READING EVERY COLUMN THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I1 ALL CLOVERPORT NEWS KENTUCKY THATS WEDNESDAY 1erNJnII Ii SOUTHERNBAPTISTS ATTENDANCE mendedEncouraging land ilJJOHENXYkOo THIS WEEK WONDERS OF THE WORLD Thirty Five Of The Marvelous Exhibitions At The Paris Exposition WHAT MEN ANDMONEY CAN DO Among the greater curiosities of the Paris Exposition will be- Cloud gallery where visitors walk a bove the clouds Active volcano with dally eruptions and earthquakes Enchanted house in which everything is upside dowu The Mareorama a mimic sea voyage taken on land Giant telescope that makes the moon look only a mile of The Cosmorama showing the earth sun moon and stars Subterranean world showing how gold and silver mines look Sea beach with salt water pumped from the ocean 125 miles away Trip in a Shell in Which You are Fired From a Real Mortar Gun Bottom of the ocean with a sunken ship and strange submarine life Palace in the sky a huge house shaped airship that rises 2000 feet Fairy Palace Under the River Seine with Mermaids and the Lorelei Light of Kimberley diamond worth 103303 BigHt la ttn world Automobile and bicycle palace with an arena ffo r races and exhibitions Japanese temple and Oriental gardens with dancing geisha girls fiom Toklo American corn palace with walls of cornstalks and tower made of corncobs Exposition post ffice to be at the top of the Eiffel Tower 1000 foot above groundElectric ships on the river Seine that will go at the rate of fifty miles an hour Monstrous wheel twice the size of tho Ferris Wheel at the Chicago Worlds FairPalace of Costumes in which tl o modes of dress of all ages and all nations will be shownPanorama of the world which will represent a trip around the world in sixty minutes The Alps in Miniature with Mountain Guides and Swiss Chalets in tho Heart of Paris Palace of Light with walls of glass and crystal studded with diamonds and pearl draperiesMoving sidewalks that will show the whole Exposition grounds without walk lag a step Restoration of old Paris of 500 years ago with its royal court minstrels and tournamentsReproduction of the City of Venice with its Water Streets Gondolas and Ancient Palaces Biggest wine cask In the world forty five feet high with its top used as a dancing pavilion Mosque of Omar of Jerusalem which stands on the site of Solomons Temple to be reproduced Palace of Gold of Africa Decorated with Barbaric Splendor and the Royal Court of King Menelik Restoration of the buried city of Pom poili with Roman men and matrons in agoi wom enof all nations will enact thedancrsand festivals of the whole world Glass Palace of Horticulture with a Tropical Island East Indian village and Inhabitants in Native Costumes North Pole with icebergs and Eskimo houses made of ice cakes with atmosphere kept at 80 degrees below zero by liquid air- Queerest potentates in the world Emperor Menehk of Abyssinia the King and queen of Slam the Swat of India the Jam of Navanagar Asia and the Ameer of Afganistan will visit the Ex position as guests of the French Govern ment Ex A Wonderful Hen Little Lou Pate ono of this sections noted fishermen who lives about two miles below town was in tho city Monday Mr Pate was happy over a wonderful hen ho is the possessor of Ho toldtbo following story I am tho owner of the boat hen in the county I have a hen that lays two eggs a day and if she koopa this record up long I will get rid of my other birds and give my entire time to her O TORA1MIpMue of a r The Klad You Hate AMsls liawfrt I BECKHAM IS GOVERNOR COURT OF LAST RESORT DIS= MISSES WRIT OF ERROR Vote Stood Five to Four Two Dissenting Opinions THE COURT HOLDS IT HAS NO JURISDICTION WASHINGTON D C May 21 Tho United States Supremo Court today handed down its decision in the Kentucky Governorship case of Taylor vs Beckham deciding in favor of Beckham The court affirmed tho decision of the Court of Appeals of Kentucky and dismissed the writ of error The decision of tho court was on the ground that it had no jurisdiction in the case GOV TAYLOR DIS MISSES THE MILITIA And Directs Gen Collier to Surrender His Office to Successor Named By Beckham Following is his order issued MondayliTo D R Collier Frankfort Ky The Supreme Court of tho United States having decided in favor of Mr Beckham nothing now remains to be done except to dismiss tho militia and surrender your office to your successor appointed by Mr Beckham You are therefore directed to at once dismiss the militia and surrender your office to your successor as soon as the mandate of the Supreme Court is filed or sooner if you wish Tender the militia my kindest regards and sincere thanks for their brave manly and patriotic ser viceWS TAYLOR The order was at once communicated to Gen Collier and the militia is now being dismissed THE BECKHAM MEN AT FRANKFORT CELEBRATE FRANKFORT KY May 21Tho democrats received the news of the decision with wild cheers The Beckham soldiers at tho Court House shouted in wild frenzy and rang tho Court House bell for thirty minutes with wildest frenzy Tho fire department rang their bolls which drew enormous crowds on the streets A big crowd of Democrats headed by County Judge Dan Moore marched the streets blowing tin horns and shouting for Beckham The Taylor soldiers at the State Houso shouted and cheered as if they had heard good news that was favorable to their side and their demonstration caused the Democrats much uneaseiness for some time but a direct message from Washington soon settled the matterCannon or anvils wero fired by the Democrats and they will have a big jolelficotion tonight PROMINENT FINANCIER Mr Culley of Lincoln Neb the Quest Of Mr Floyd Mason Mr Pompous Oullv of Lincoln Neb was a visitor to this town Saturday He is a son of Prof Don Carlos Galley who taught school in this city years ago Mr Colby lea financier of much promt nonce in his city being President of one of the largest banking institutions of that place He Is spending several weeks at the country home of Mr Floyd Mason above Ganneiton Ind An Epldemlo For Whooping Cough Lost winter during an epidemic of whooping cough mychlldren contracted the disease having severe coughing spells We had used Chamberlains Cough Remedy very successfully for croup and naturally turned to it at that time and found Iit relieved the cough and effected a complete cure John E Clif ford Proprietor Norwood House Nor wood N Y This remedy Is for sale by A B Fisher Cloverport R A Shell man Stephensport All delinquent taxpayers are hereby notified to come to my office and settle their taxes at once and save cost off ad vertising 0 E KKITII OT 0 i y Facts for Tobacco Growers The fcllowingten facts should be borne in mind by tobacco growers That tobacco must have good size to command good prices That poorland or poor cultivation mak es short tobacco That leas and all kinds of defective leaves soil low That it requires good land and good cultivation to get good alas That it requires good leaves and pro per firing and handling to make fine fin ished tobacco That a common crop raised and hand led in a haphazard way never pays for raising Thata small crop of good to fine well finI Ished pays much better than a large crop of common That a large majority of countries us- Ing our tobacco want dark color That good sound leaves nisely cured and of good size always pay the planter a profit Ex Alone In MidOcean or on the train in the house or while at your office duties you are subject Jo disagreeable results from irregular or ex cessive diet Dr OaldweUsJByrnp Pep Indlgeation Trouble Bold by Short It Haynee FREE BULLS= TIN BOARD Forty Years of Actual Service in the Bulletin Business A NEW ONE REPLACED Tlvreo foot from the corner of Mr A II Fishers drug storo going west stands a mammoth anti beautiful locust tree This treo in question lots been n faithful servant to tho citizens of this city mid tho geiioral public of tho comely I for many years through thu kindness of its owner Mr Fisher Twentyfive yours ngo or more a no gro by tho name of John Christian or better known to tho older people of this town as Gimlet nailed to the tree n largo plank which has been in constant use by ovoryouo until a few days ago as n Free Bulletin Board Almost every kind of a document from A Nigger Cnko Walk to Notico of Salo has been tacked to the board and other kind which would take rages to enumerate Gimlet fcr years was a citizen of this plnco and it gave him great pleasure to accommodate tho white folks Tho poor follow has passed away but his kind deals are still treasured by his friends lu those days Cloveport had 110 saloons but tho drugstores sold tho beverage Gimlet was always called upon to deliver parcels of this character Ho made numerous trips across the Ohio to what is known as Tobinsport Ho possessed a strong appetite for tho liquid and complaints continually wore mado by tho purchaser to tho druggists Surely Mr you dont water your goods Tho answer was certain ly not Gimlets services were still contin ued and ou ono day several bottles of whiskey wero ordered to Toblnsport and tho druggist to satisfy himself antI his patrons sent two or three spotters to the wharf to watch Gimlets actions About iniddlowny of tho river Gimlet began to soothe his craving thirst Ho would drink probably ono half of its contents anil replenish the bottlo with Ohio water Through this tree Mr Fisher has been the recipient of extensive freo advertising When anyone had n poster or a notice to be posted in a conspicuous place tho name of Fishers drug store is first mentioned There has not been a tImo within tho last forty years that a bill of some kind hasnt been tacked to to tho board A now ono has boom com pleted and put up instead of the old one for free service to tho public Rheumatism Is conceded to have its origin in a oolsoncd condition of the blood and to be most successfully treated by HEROINE which aCts upon the liver kidneys and other blood purifying or gans thereby divesting the system of the offending agents Price 50 cents MANY DESCENDANTS Oranmda Stinnett of Waltnan Boasted Two Hundred And Twelve Descendants Waltman Kv May 21 Special Grandma Stinnett whose lllnesi was mentioned last week died at the home of her youngest son Mr Al Stinnett Tuesday May 15tb She was a mem ber of the Baptist church for more than fifty years and her funeral was conduc ted by herpasto W H Dawson She was burled in the old Iron Hill ceme teryMrs Stinnett was the mother of thir teen children six of whom survive her Counting children grandchildren and great grandchildren she could boast two hundred and twelve descendants The easiest and most effective method of purifying the blood and invigorating the system Is to take DeWitta Little Early Risers the famous little pills for cleansing the liver and bowelsA R Fisher A Tribute I want to stop in front of this win dow said Mr Blyklns Why It full of millinery eX- claimed his wife I didnt know you admired such things- I not only admire I marvel 1 take off my hat to genius andthe people who ran get 20 apiece for a lot of bunches of odds and ends like those are qualified to give lessons to a Napoleon of finance Washington Star Royal Baking Powder biscuit whets the- appetite The taste of such a biscuit sweet creamy delicate and crispy is a joy to the most- fastidious I ROYAL BAKING MADE ONE Two of Brandenburgs Promi nent Young People Unite In Marriage THE BRIDE BEAUTI FULLY ATTIRED On Sunday afternoon as previously announced Beall Grinnell and Annie Bomlunmt wero rondo one Brother Lltchflold tying the knot most benuti fully and impressively Annie looked lovely in a handsome white Paris Mus lin with over skirt antI ruflles trimmed in white satin ribbon She carried Marchal Neil roses with tho samo in her hair Beau looked his own dear good self and supremely happy A largo number of friends witnessed tho ceremony and offered congratulations A great number of handsome presents wore received Tire immediate relative remained to a sumptuous luncheon beautifully served Brandenburg cor respondent FREE BLOOD CURE An Offer Proving Faith to Sufferers Ulcers Cancers Eating Sores Painful Swellings Effects of Blood Poison Persistent Eruptions that refuse to heal un der ordinary treatment are quickly cured by B B B Botanic Blood Balm the most wonderful Blood Purifier of the age made especally to cure all terrible obsti nate dbep seated Blood and Skin troubles Is your Blood thin 7 Are you pale 7 All run down 7 Have you Eczema 7 Pimples 7 Blotches and Bumps Y Skin or Scalp Humors 7 Bolls 7 Eruptions 7 Skin Itches and Swollen 7 Aching Bones Rheumatism 7 Scrofula JCatarrh 7 Then you need B B B Botanic Blood Balm because it drains from the Blood and en tire system all the poisons and humors which cause all these troubles and the cause being removed a permanent cure follows B B B thoroughly tested for thirty years and thousands cured after doctors and patent medicine had failed For sale by druggists at 1 per large bottle or 0 large bottles full treatment 5 To prove our faith in B B B we will send a trial bottle free and prepaid to sufferers so they may teat the remedy at our expense Address BLOOD BALM CO SISMitchell Street Atlanta Ga CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Hue Always Bears the- SIgnature of i WI II- ii156 COLUMNS JJ- NNNNNNNNNNNN NN VOA testimonials Commissioners The Delicious Fragrancefrom Bought 1ROYAL Baking improves the flavor and adds to the healthful ness of all risen flour foods It renders the biscuit bread andcake more digestible and nutritiousRoyal Baking Pow der makes hot breads wholesome Food raised with Royalwill not distress persons of delicate or enfeebled digestion though eaten warm and fresh 1tain1 VACATION I TIME School Closes Today With A Picnic At Oglesbys Grove INTERESTING CURRENTTOPIC CLASS Tim Cloverport High School closes to tiny with grovebelowMiss Ella Robertson will leave Thurs spenttiresummerMr Rowland will leave on tho boat Thursday morning for his homo at Ensor DadO county and Prof Maple will leave on the up river boatfor Louis ville Examinations wore concluded Monday and the results in most cases have been entirely satisfactory to llath pupils and teachers Otter examinations are lucre forms but realizing that pupils nro often permanently injured by n too rapid advancement the examinations have been mado unusually rigid but the pu- pas went to work with a hearty good i will and many averages exceeded 00 A current topic class has been main tained during tho spring mid one of the most interesting examinations was tho ono iu topics of the day Miss Mary Jarboo Miss Pearl Mays and M E Rowland went to Hardins burg Friday to tako the Teachers Exii aminatiou mid returned Sunday They pronounced the questions very fair with tho exception of arithmetic Sound advice to those who have kid nay and bladder troubles is to take a safe sure medicine like Foleys Kidney i Cure It always benefits the Kidneys l Moorman Owen A Good Citizen Dies Near Holt Mr Reuben Reynolds age 80 after an Illness of nine days died at his home near Holt Saturday morning at four oclock His death resulted from pneu monia fever Mr Reynolds was a native of Nelson county but has been a recldent of Breck enridge county for the past 53 years He was aman honored and respected by all and followed the avocation of a far mer all during his life He was a morntltl ber of the M E church He has four liJuliaMrs Emma Hawkins of Toblnsport Ind Mrs Amanda Weatherholt of Hancock county and Mrs Margaret Laalle of Oloyerport His remains were laid to rest in the family graveyard Sunday IIGet your name on the subscription the Breckenridge NEWS xfT l- ff 1 Y 2rHrBRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1900 M 1 FREE BALLOT FAIR COUNT Republicans Indorse National And State Administration And De= mand Civil Liberty PLATFORM ADOPTED AT CONVENTION The meeting of Kentucky Republicans in State convention at Louisville Thursday May 17th was an event importance in the history of that party The day was auspicious and between 3000 and 4000 people were in attendance One of the distinctive features of this gathering was the presence of a number of prominent nonaffiliating Democrats who unite with theRe publicans on the subject of civil liberty and freedom from the yoke of GoobelismBoth sessions passed oft in order and with great enthusiasm W r Taylor and ExGovernor W 0 Bradley and several others addressed the body amid muchapplause Two events of the day were the ovation accorded Taylor upon his entrance into the convention and llio indorsement of ExGov W 0 Bradley for tho second place on the National ticket Tho voting of the convention resulted in the following elections as delegates to the National convention at Philadelphia DelegatesAtLargeW S Taylor Butler W 0 Bradley Gar rand Judge George Denny Fayette and W A Gaines colored KentonHonorary delegateMrs W S Taylor Butler ElectorsAtLarge Marmaduko Bowden Logan and Capt Ed Parker Laurtl- AssistantAItx Lusk Laurel and Rev S E Smith colored DaVICES George W Long of Grayson county and M D Heavrin of Ohio county with J R Eskridge of Breckenridge county and John W Mil ler Nelsoncounty as alternates were elected to represent the Fourth Congressional District at the Philadelphia Convention With the motto of the conventionFree Ballot and Fair Countin mind tho following platform was adopted PLATFORM OF KENTUCKY REPUBLICANS The Republicans of Kentucky in State Convention assembled de clareFirstWe indorse without reserve the administration of President McKinley and congratulate the country upon the redemption by him and by aJRepublican Congress of every pledge made in the Republican national platform of 1896 We especially commend the wisdom shown by both tho President and by Congress in dealing with the question of government intho new possessions of the United States and tho enact ment of legislation which opens up new and vast markets to American producers without taking a single dollar from the wages of the Ameri can workingman SecondThrough wise legislation tho Republican patty has rend ered safe tho monetary standardofthis country and has always stood and now stands for money laws which benefit all ofour people alike bor rower as well as lender and to this end we favor carefully guarded and practical laws to secure elasticity in our bank currency so as to provide for a constant supply of enough currency for all borrowers for business uses at low and steady rates of interest for tho good of every worker producer farmer manufacturer and business man and for tho general business of our people Third Wo favor proper legislation by the National Congress lead ing to the upbuilding of our merchant marine so that the products of American farms workshops mines and forests may be carried in Amer icanbuilt Americanowned and Americanmanned ships and the mar velous progress of our inland industries bo equaled by commercial triumphs on the high seas Fourth Wo instruct tho delegates chosen by this convention to the Republican National Convention to vote for the renomination of Presi dent McKinloy and tho unequivocal indorsement of his wise and patri otic administration of tho affairs of tho Government Fifth Important as are these questions of national policy tho Re publicanjpartyjin Kentucky is compelled to subordinate its other aims and purposes to the solemn duty of restoring the right of suffrage to tho people of this Commonwealth It unreservedly dedicates its organiza tion and tho undivided effort of its membership to tho single and para mount cause of civil liberty and invites the cooperation and support of tho rightthinking and libertycherishing citizens of all parties Sixth Wo demand tho unconditional repeal of the existing elec tion law under tho operation of which individual citizens have been denied the right to vote and whole counties have been deliberately dis franchished by authority of which certificates of election have been is sued to men defeated at the polls and as a disastrous result of which the government of tho State has become involved in hopeless confusion and chaos We demand the prompt enactment in place of this revolution ary statute of an election law that shall absolutely secure to every voter the free exercise of the right of suffrage and that shall guarantee tho restorationand permanence of government by tho people Seventh Wo denounce tho course of the Democratic majority in the last General Assembly from tho hour when it adopted rules in defiance of right and tho Constitution down to the final action by which it attempted to deprive Gov Taylor and Lieut Gov Marshall of the high offices to which they had been elected at the polls EighthWe indorso without reserve the resolute and patriotic course of Gov William S Taylor in resisting with all of the power at his command the usurpation of the office to which tho people have elected him and we pledge him our unfailing support in the prosecution of this course until the Supreme Court of tho United States shall have de termined the great question whether the Government of the United States is to make good its guarantee of a Republican form of govern ment to every State in tho Union We no loss emphatically indorse the official course of Lieut Gov John Marshall and all of the other Republican State officers who have fought and propose to fight to the end of the preservation of government by the people Ninth Wo thank the independent men of Kentucky who regard leas of former party affiliation have united with us in this contest for the restoration of civil liberty popular sovereignty and an untrammeled ballot and ask their continued aid in fullest confidence that by our united effort civil and political liberty will bo restored and thereafter tho sovereign will of tho people as declared at the polls shall be obeyed TenthWe fully indorse the positions taken and the votescast in the National Congress by Senator Deboe and Congressmen Pugh and Boreing covering a period of foreign war and important measures arising therefromEleventhWe make public recognition of the faithful diligent and most able service rendered by exGov Bradley and his legal confreres in State and Federal courts in the pending contest for our civil liberty political rights and the privilege of being served by officials elected by our votesTwelfthWe request oxGov William 0 Bradley to allow theRe pulicans of Kentucky to present his name at the coming National Re publican Convention for the high position of yico President of the United States JOHN W YERKES Chairman S J SNOOK- T J SPARKS CHAS II DYE ROBT E WOODS- F S MMILLAN J P MOORS i J H STEWART- A T WOOD JAMES DENTON LAWSON RENO c J J J GOV W S TAYLOR GIVEN AN OVATION Gov W 8 Taylor in response to aI unanimous call spoke as follows FelloI citizens t am deeply moved by this de monstration on your part We bave all suffered and toiled together in the cause of human liberty aud to that sacred cause for you for our children and for our God I swear eternal allegiance Liberty cau not and shall not die from the fair land of Kentucky aa long as man hood lives within its bounds The bal lot box the corner stone of every true Republican institution shall not be de stroyed and the liberties of the people shall yet survive Tyrants may triumph for a while wrongs may be perpetrated some time but they can not always tri umph Somewhere and in some way godly manhood will assert itself and tri umph over wrong and the banner of the free will be unfurled again in this fair land of ours The frauds that have tak en your liberties from you and over turned the liberties of our people are a stench in the nostrils of decency and ua long as time shall last it will be known of all men that a great wrong agalnet suffering people has been perpetrated It is the black spots that will not rub out aud wherever it is read wherever the truth is known it will alwav be said that the will of the people of Kentucky was trampled in the duet I know it shall not always be so and why Be cause 1 tell you now the ballot must be free or this republic will die This Union this compact of State can not exist many years with a part of them free and a part of them slaves The constitution of Kentucky in the bill of rights in the very Ark of the Coyenant guarantees to every Kentuckian that allelections shall be free nnd iqunl That provision of the constitution has been trampled under foot It has been disregarded but the men that trampled that part of the constitution under their feet will live to curse the day that they commit ted that crime When the State of this Union entered into the covenant that made them a part of this great nation they had a guaranty put Into that cove nant that every State should have aRe puullcan form of government and I want to say now end here that the na tion that will not keep its pledge and give to every State a Republican form of government is not worthy of life A voice Hit them again Gov Taylor In all the history of the world men have longed for liberty They have climed mountains snow capped to find liberty they have plowed the deepest and billowy oceanto find a heaven where liberty was They have gone on the dusty road and marched and tram ped and In the field of battle and in the roar of cannon they have given their lives for liberty Their bones lie bleach ing all over the sunny South all over this land that died for liberty We gave our boys and our citizars to cross the ocean and die for liberty in the far away Philp pine Islands but here in this your own State is an island our own dear old Ken tucky home that needs liberating and needs freedom worse than they Applause I And I appeal to the manhood of Kentucky to say whether or not we had better set our own house right and see our own people free rather than waste time so far from home But my fellow citizens I have already talked much longer than I had intended There are others here who have been battling for liberty also and I Want yon to hear them I will part with this pledge to you This is sacred this warfare must never stop Your dear old State lies prostrate bleeding now but m Gods name her noble form shall be lifted up under that flag Keep up tho holy warfare and never tire Go to the ballot box stand by it and watch IL See that every man that is entitled to a vote is allowed to vote And more see that that ballot is counted as cast It does look like a gloomy and stubborn battle but God knows the right can win itt I can not tell you how In fact it must win but I want to ask you one thing j I want you to swear In your heart of hearts that this warfare shall never end until it is won- EXGOV BRADLEYSSTRONG SPEECH ExGov Bradley was given an ovation when be spoke as follows Mr Chairman and Gentlemen of the Convention I cannot help on this occa sion but think of tbe difference in the condition of our country today and its condition four years ago Then its work shops were closed hbor only half re warded no market whicii was worth anything In the way of renumeratlon for the farmer Now when we stand here today andl eee the greatest prosperity that this nation has ever enjoyed we bave a rght to be proud that we are Republicans We were told in the campaign of 1800 that all ports of calamities were coming upon the people and that if we had a a war our monetary system would be the destruction of our country but we have had a war a glorious war where our soldiers aud sailors have added the very brightest chapter to our history The arrogant country of Spain with all of its persecutions has been humbled in the dust and the American flag has more respect than it ever enjoyed before Wherever it waves it represents free dom slid prosperity and the noblest and greatest country that God has ever vouchsafed to man Applause Shall this continue The American people will soon decide and it will be a decision which will be so perfectly certain and eo overwhelming in number as to surprise us all The Republican administration will be upheld and the Republican can didate for President will be elected and prosperity will continue in the future as we have enjoyed it in the past But my friends not only have the Republicans of this Nation those who are in office given you a magnifi cent administration but thoce whom you selected more than four years ago to take charge of your state affairs have given you an administration of which you may well be proud Goy Taylor has told you something in1 regard to the condition of Kentucky affairs Island here today to denounce in most unmeasured terms the assassin who shot down Senator Goebel Whoever he is he deserves condign punishment for a deed that can have neither palliation nor excuse but mean as he is he is not onetenth as mean as the scoundrels who through the newspapers have under taken to assassinate the character of the manhood of Kentucky Let the guilty man be punished but in Gods name let not the innocent suffer A public press that has hounded your Governor with a venom and spleen that would do credit to a rattlesnake and not content with that has even dragged the name of his wife Into the public press Hisses and cries of enamel And when he was called to the grave of his brother still this malice pursued him and that he was fleeing from the State A sister died and when he went to her funeral again they said he was fugitive from justice Now I say that this scandalizing of a public man in Kentucky this thing of bringing into these foul prints the name of nearly every leading public man of the State this attempt to blacken and eras sinate human character is far more con temptlble corrupt and mean and devil ish than any murderer or assassin that takes human life They say that the Republican party has conspired to murder Senator Goebel I say that Is a lie The Republican party of Kentucky would scorn to steal an office they have not been elected to and let me tell you an assassin who takes lifo is mean and degraded beyond description and the assassin of human character is even meaner but there is another sort of a man that Is meaner than loth and that is the man who tramples upon the will of the people of his State in order to steal an office he could not be elected to They tell you the Republican party la dead CONFIDENCE IN THE SUPREME COURT A voice A very live corpse Gov Bradley The Republican party will nover lie as long as liberty lies a votary or freedom of men It came Into existence in the cause of liberty It has fought the great battles of liberty It Is strong now in the State of Kentucky There was a time in my young manhood when I first entered politics that we hag in this state of ours only 30000 votes but now we have polled as many as 277000 and I have no doubt on Gods earth that Gov Taylor at the last election polled that many or nearly that many votes Toe arrangement was made to count him outthe arrangement was made to de fraud the people and to corrupt the bat lot box but even with all that they could not beat him and then when they could not beat him they deliber ately stole the office But my friend mark my word for it they wont keep the office they stole I have no infor mation as to how the Supreme Couft will decide this case That court does not tell what it is going to do Applause But my friends I have confidence in an overwhelming Provi dence I have confidence in the right and I have confidence in the honor justice manhood and ability of every Judge who sits upon that magnificent bench If these things can go on in the State if there is no power in this nation that can stay the hand of the robber then I think instead of taking up our time to try to do something in the Philippines we bad better hire a few missionaries call them in from foreign lands and see what wo can do hero at home My friends it may be that Kentucky stands today in shame It may be that today the clouds are dark It may be that lien light is hidden but as sure as there Is a God who reigns over this world just so sure shall her manacles fall aud she shall stand forth redeemed regenerate and disentitled Well did Gov Tay lor say Let the holy war go on for it is a holy war When you are struggling to maintain your freedom when you are struggling for liberty when you are struggling to maintain those things which were bought by the blood of your fathers and sanctified by the prayers of your mothers you are indeed engaged in a holy war Let not a man be found who will tamely or idly surrender his manhood Let us stand forth for free elections for an honest election and let us call to our assistance those magnifi cent Democrats who have so bravely stood by us In all this great struggle that we have made No Republican and no man who loves liberty should ever forget such men as Breckeurldge Yost Knott Stewart Sweeney and a host of other Voices And Duckner BROWN DEMOCRATSCOMPLIMENTED By Gov Bradley Yes the grand old Confederate hero Simon Bolivar Buck nero and last but By no means least our distinguished exGov John Young BrownI know what Is going to become of this democratic party All the brains that they used to have have left them Brecklnndge Lindsay Buckner and Yost end all these distinguished menA voice And Carlisle Gov Bradley Yes A voice And Bill Owens Gov Gradley And my friend Bill Owens and a good man he is You talk about the abuse that is heaped up on the republican party of this State they have been abused for every thing on earth that was mean and that men could lay their tongue to Even the other day as I am told there appeared In an Eastern paper a picture of that good man John S Sweeney There is a man who for more than thirty years has preached the word of his Master oyer this state a man of spotless character a beloved minister of the Christian church and yet they have published his picture In a newspaper and charged that be was present at a crowd of men in which it was agreed that Senator Goebel should be murdered I say that hell is not half hot enough for such people But my friends I do not desire to detain you There are others here to speak others who are entitled to be heard but I want to say one thing howeyer to the Republicans of Kentucky If there bo- one of you who is despairing hold up your head and be a man In the vocabulary of that great party there is no such word as fall We will carry this State this fall by a majority of 20000 and It will be counted My friends I want every man to go away from this conven tion with a determination to do his duty by hit party and by his country Let every one of us go away from here feeI- ng that it was good that we met here Let us go away with renewed life and vigor and zeal to fight tho battle of free dom They cannot beat us 9 Now my friends I thank you fur your attentionA We want you for Vice Free dentGov Bradley Gentlemen I ain afraid that in your day and reins we will never lire to see a Vice President come from south ef the Ohio river We will con tent ourselves however by voting for andelecting a President north of the Ohio river and while we cannot expect to enter this charmed circle of holding the office of Vice President we can at least be high privates in the rear ranks and fight tbe battles of our country I thank you for your attention H MR R W KNOTTS SPEECH Mr Richard W Knott editor of tht Evening Post spoke as follows Mr Chairman and Gentlemen of the Convention I Pave consented as a cit izen of a disfranchised city to welcome youthe representatives of a disfranchised party Until every political party in the State of Kentucky has all rights ac corded to any other political party I can steak for myself and for my fellow citi zone and promise to a diefranchlebed party the vote of Louisville and Jeffer son county Applause I can not speak to you as a Republican and I will not today speak to you as a Democrat I speak only to the manhood Kentucky pledged here for a renewal of tho battle for freedom in Kentucky I care not on what field this battle is waged I care not what offices are 0 be filled I care little who are to be the leaders in this strife but wherever the foes of liberty are there they should be met Four years ago the State of Kentucky was disturbed and the parties in Ken tucky were shattered on a great national issue I am told that issue had been settled New issues have arisen but there is one issue and one alone in Ken tucky and that is whether ever again this State one of the first daughters of the American Unionehall again partici pate in the councils of the nation Kentucky can speak only by her chosen officers I care not whether It is in the Congress at Washington whether in the executive department at Frankfort or in the Legis lature or in the City Councils the people can speak only by their chosen repre sentatives and I pledge to the Republi can patty the support of all lovera of freedom not because of your party platform not because of your national can dictates but simply because your fight is the same as our fight it is a fight for civil liberty These gentlemen have talked to you about carrying on this holy war until the battle has been won That battle was fought out in the last campaign and was won and won for all time The difficulty in the way is to have that victory recorded and we are fighting simply for the public records we are fighting to have the courts and journals of vuur legislative bodies declare what the people decared that W S Taylor was elec ted Governor of Kentucky Mr Chairman that is all I can say That is all I would say to vou except that no battle was ever won yet against an organized party in power by a disor ganized mob Your volunteer armies are all right They are animated by the spirit of liberty and by an unconquera ble devotion to the flag but at last you have to win the fight by organization All of you can remember that when the Civil war broke out the government ofII the United States asked for ninety volunteers but you will remember that thn battles were won by the three year volunteers by the men who enlisted for the three years of the war Now fellow citizens the men who went out of the Democratic party have yet no party home They are simply your allies but I believe I can speak for that great host of Kentucky Democrats who did the thing last year and promise that these ninetyday volunteers have reenlisted for the three years Ap plaseThe convention then adjourned until Spm Musical Honors Miss Mannie White who bas been at tending Belmont college Nashville Tenn will return home tomorrow While keeping np all of the regular studies Miss Mannie hasbeon making a specialty of piano and violin music She has receiyed many honors in the musi cal department and her name appears prominently on the Commencement programs Piles are not only most painful but also very dangerous as the inflamed no dules are very apt to take on malignant action and cancer of tho rectum is produced They should be cured TAB LERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will cure the most obstinate cases Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents Another Girl Graduate Cards have been received here an nouncing the graduation of Miss Francis Louise Smith daughter of Dr and Mrs F M Smith at Jessamine college Nich olaavllle Wednesday May 30th Miss Francis is one of the prettiest and moat attractive of our younger girls and her return home will be a great pleasure to her many friends DeWitta Little Early Risers are the finest pills I ever usedD J Moore Millbrook Ala They quickly cure all liver and bowel trouble A R Fisher BANKoF HARDINSBURi B F BEARD President WILL MILiR VicePresident M H BEARD Cashier G W BEARD ESKuIDGER I INTEREST PAID ON A J WILL Cartons GREGORY YOUR WHEN CloverportKyI IDoors Sash Laths Cement Hay Fertilizer Blonnt P Suitings j1NN A Tailor and H Located at M old furniture stand PARKER HAIR BALSAM thNever halt OrMirqorCIuot0eud wu Dm News and OpinionsOF National Importance THE SUN ALONE CONTAINS BOTH Dally by mall 000 a year Dally and Sunday by mall 800 a year The Sunday Sun Is the greatest Sunday Newspaper la the world Price Co a copy By mail 82 a year Address THE SUN New To1 Best Goods I FOR BEST BUYERS- Buyers who are unable to find what they want in their own town will have the satisfaction of being pleased by sending an order to MISS ADDLE G 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take Grovesits superiority I and excellence having long been established Groves is the only ChillI Cure sold throughout the entire malarial sections of the United State No Cure No Pay Price 501 a HE BET ON THE SEVEN A GAMBLERS SCHEME THAT WORKED WELL FOR AWHILE lie Forgot One Very Important Thing However and IIU Last Plunclnff Waver Illought Ilnln and Tragedy In It Wake A gentleman who lives in tho Blno Grass and who has been a very ex tonslvo traveler has a silver service PO magnificent In design and heavy In weight that Its peers In tho wholo world may bo numbered on tho fingers of one hand The owner Is even now when past mlddlo ago a good fellow who loves conviviality and no gamo Is too hazardous for him If ho has tho amount of the stakes llo takes pleas ure In telling tho history of his serv ice as It concerns tho most audacious game of chance ho ever witnessed When I was In Itollvla some years ago ho always begins I got In with a crowd of men English and natives whoso passion for gambling knew no bounds Strango as It may seem nono of them knew poker and I made my self solid with them by teaching them but their great gamo was roulette There was a llttlo shop In Bogota where they had a miniature Monte Carlo and many nights did wo spend around tho great wheel with our mon ey and prospects hanging on the black or red The wheel was entirely made of wood and when It was spun around n cover was put over tho machine so that they could keep on betting when It had ceased to turn Thero Is a worm down there In that climate that gets Into furniture and bores until nothing but a shell Is left You may sit on a chair that looks perfectly strong but at tho first touch It collapses This seems Irrele Taut but It Is not as you may see later In fact that worm plays the title rolo In the tragedy 1 am going to telL There was a wealthy Bolivian plant er who had been n general In tho war between Bolivia and Chllo back in tho early eighties Ho was never absent a night from our games but he would frequently stand about for a week and never make a bet larger than 10 Then bo would suddenly cry out just as tho operator was about to lift tho cover and register the highest bet tho house would permit Next bo would place all tho money ho could find takers for among tho gentlemen present Before tho season was tar advanced bo had won great sums and wo had all felt tho results of his freakish luck It seemed that when ho played 7 black bo could not lose and bo seemed to realize It for when ho did call that number ho would put all ho owned In tho balance Still he was a gentleman and a fa mous duelist and no ono cared to question hIs methods It wont on this way for two months Then ono night tho wheel stopped and there was the silence of the prairies In tho room Wo could hear tho ball fall Into tho compartment distinctly Wo could hear the distant tinkling of n mandolin The planter leaped up as from a cata lepsy Sevenblack senores I will take all any of you or all of you will bet Well I had been winning strong and was so much to the good that I was reckless Five dollars 1 said 14 Good senor ho replied Ho placed his entire fortune In different wagers There wero a number of strangers present and they all seemed big flush Then slowly as a priest officiating at somo solemn bar baric ceremony the banker removed tho top Wo all stood for a moment and the tension was such that a car riage wheel on the cobblestones out sldo made us all start Red came tho announcement The Bolivian was whlto as snow but his voice was unshaken as ho sold Gentlemen you shall all bo paid As for mo I am ruined That night ho shot himself and his will which had been written Just be fore his death arranged for tho pay ment of all his debts I was to re celvo tho service for my share though It Is worth much more But what I valued much moro than that was a noto in which ho expressed his attach ment for mo and asked mo to accept tho silver as a gift and not a dobt Ho left also a curious manuscript written somo tlmo before which seem ed to bo a sort of private Journal Ho stated in this that his ears were so accurato that ho could detect the dlf ference between the fall of a pin nnd a needle Ono night so ho says ho heard tho ball fall Into the compartment with a hollow thud and when tho machine was opened ho made note of tho number and color 7black Later when alono for a moment ho found that the aforesaid worm had bored under that compartment He sounded tho excava tion with a straw and found that It extended no farther than that ono number Then all he bad to do was to listen and when his acute bearing told him that his number had come to get all tho money possible on It Yes gentlemen ho had all his plans laid toperfectlon There was only ono weak spot In his calculations Ho forgot that thoeo worms could keep on boring LouUvllle Evening Post Sure Cure For Pneumonia Mr Thomas Taber of Hardlnsburg says that he has a aura cure for pneumonia Cover the part of the body affected with mush 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sale by druggists at soc per bottle 11 + For Sale by SnORT A HAYNES cLovrnponr KY i s Y f 4 THE BRECKENRIDGB N51fSWaD1fEsDAYMAy23 1900 + r r BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Jab D dt V O1Ia1l1lage i Editors uiProprhtrs WEDS or THASKS rtr fire line ciurM first Ui meet 10 ttiuptrllie OEIIOAIUES charged fir at tIke rate f S testst tetllieJIOSEt IX ADVAXCK WEDNESDAY MI AY 23 1900 EVERY woman in tho United States will have to tell her ago in June Is the local option election at Guston Saturday May 19th tho wets won by a majority of 93 ExGorcnxoR BKADIJEY scorns to have charge of the old ship of state in the Republican ranks THEn are no longer any waste products Even furnace slag is now turn ed into fireproof cement plaster and brick THE rates of tho Texas road are get ting cheaper nnd cheaper To see tho old soldiers march transportation can bo procured at one cent n mile THE Belgian Hare industry is claim ing much attention in Hawcevillo This is a sure and short cut to riches and our Breckenridge county farmers should in vestigate and adopt it THE people of Virginia are soon to vote upon tho adoption of a new consti tution for their State One important question to be submitted will bo tho re striction of tho negro in politics c1 Is the celebration of Democratic ton at Frankfort Monday Goel el was not forgotten More than 2000 people people marched to his grave each ten derly placing a blossom on his grave WE believe with the lIon William Miller that people ought to read both titles of a laevdot mid fort their own opinion Delitvug this we aim to prac tice what we preach and print both side whether it uits our own private views or not THE eowIiUou f the wheat cropnot let UD hope be to bad M reported It is not all destroyed by the fly In some nations its ravages are hardly noticeable while in ushers it has apparently done K me damage However on the whole the farmer may yet get a pretty fan yield H Now that tho Supreme Court has de cided against the Republican EsGov Bradley trillS to find a bit of consolation in the fact that they may ask for u rehearing or file a Petition for a general review In the meantime Mr Taylor gives it up stud has repaired to his homo in Butler THE Democratic State Convention will probably meet about Juno 1C Of the three places mentioned for tho con vention Louisville Lexington III d Frankfort the Western Kentuckians are wjlidly in favor of Louisville Our ponnyrile itolitlciuns dont like to get too far from base THE Supreme Court has settled tho mtKtion Now wo will have more can didates and another election It will bo costly and take up a little time but the thing must go on Any way the People of Kentucky like anything but n dull time and tuis summer nail fall they can doubtless find enough going on to satisfy them THE Cloverport High School closed a must tnfcesafnl term this week Prof W B Maple and his efficient and en thufciafctic assistant teachers have len the means of raising the standard of the school higher than in years previous nnd these four excellent educators kayo won the admiration and friendship of all who know them IF there is a ran or woman who will not bo represented at some sort of n convention or reunion this rammer or fall let him conic forward now and his case shall have prompt attention This is a country of unions and reunions Tho unions liave gotten in some telling strokes lately but beginning with next week the reunions will kayo their in nings n A WEDDINU in high nierclia mile cir cles may bo expected very shortly A combination of circumstances compris lug the old malls convention an ardent desire for smooth domestic system and tho general loneliness of old bachelor hood has brought about this Sadden desire for n lifo partner and Pplo who have houses or apartments to rent may open their doors for inspection SOME men talk against trusts and fight against trusts and denounce tho combi nation of capital but not a hundred miles from this town there la a combi nation and n consolidation of mens money and influence seeking to in fluence public opinion in support of tho very tiling they in another breath are hoard to denounce Oh consistency thou art What in tho whatness of the when HAWESVILLE and HArdinsburg are both advertising themselves as ideal summer resorts The truth of their claims is obvious Hardinsbnrg has a cool spring and a lako while Hawesville has a host of pretty summer girls and as yctttlcctric lights and water works Though wo havo not entered tho race for summer boarders Cloverport can boast attractions superior to thoso of any town of its size when it comes to enter taining tho stranger within our gates A LIST WORD Not for thyself but for the sake ol song Strive to succeed siotters Who gave Their II yea acUt her Iharlnr lure and strong Her tartly limbs that made them trod and slave Nor for thyself but for the sake of Art Strlt to advance beyond the others best Winning a deeper secret from her heart To hang It moonlike mid the starry rest Tim above verses are from tho pen of Madison Cawein the Kentucky Keats tho bluegrass laureate His reputation as a poet is wide spread and Louisville is proud to own this talented young poet as a citizen Tho quoted verses from one of his most popular volumes Tho Garden of Sleep show clearly the spirit in which ho works not for him self but for the sake of song Ix renewing the Kentucky case Chief Justice Fuller said For more than 100 years tho constitution of Kentucky has provided that contested election s for Governor and Lieutenant Governor stall bo delermiiiedlly tho General As sembly Upon tho other hand hoar Justice Harlan in his dissenting opin ion If the contest between tho one holding tho office and tho person seeking to hold it is determinable by tho Legislature in prescribed mode this court it appears cannot inquire whether that mode was pursued and cannot in tenors for the protection of tho incumb ent oven if tho final action of tho Legis lature was capricious and arbitary Thus two great llearned men in the law differ in its construction and application and leave the people in the dark as to what is right But tho Chief Justice and a majority of his associates on tho bench saying that the whole matter could be settled finally by the people themselves give doubtless the safe and proper solution of the difficulty Good old Granny Metcalf of Ken tacky SO years old says that Dr Bells Plne Tar Iloney is tho best Grip cure Cough Lung and Bronchial remedy that has been offered to the people during her life Sold everywhere GLENDEANE Plenty of complaint about fiy in wheat Dr Sutton Hardinaburg was in town MondayRobert Darat Big Clifty was here Sun day to visit his eon Henry Darst Lige Moorman colored went to Lou isville Saturday returning Monday Miss Mary Moorman went to Clover port Saturday for a few days visit Raymond Meador came down from Hardmsburg and was here last week Clint Westerfield sick and has not been able to be out for several weeks Changes are being made around the depot A new platform is being built Mrs Sue Mercer who was threatened with pneumonia lait week is much bet ter now Charley ileane and Dave Moorman finished planting tobacco Saturday Both set big crops Misses Alma Mattingly and Oilie Hos klua went to Long Lick to church Sunday and took dinner Claude Bozarth Is a hustling newsagent and supplies the Times to the reading public here Col Eli Deane and daughter Miss Daisy and Miss Beetle Moorman went to Louisyille shopping Rod Matttngly went to Powers Station Friday to see his brotherinlaw John Mattlnuly who is sick Mrs Jack Howard and little son Tommy of Fordsville spent last week at her fathers II M Powells G Caltaway was called by telegram to see his father who is sick at Smithfield Ky He left Sunday afternoon Miss Mamie Smith Fordsrille and Lom Musstlmau Irvington were guests at Mr Charley Fishers Sunday Three new boy babies in the neigh borhood one at Scot Peckenpaughs one at lien Meridethe another at Jim 10 wells The last is named Roland Our people very quietly received news of the Supreme court decision Glen deane may always be depended on for moderation and quiet dignified action Perry Hoskins has finished a contract for weatherboarding and painting Ev Coopers dwelling Mr Hoskins is now painting for Henry Skillman near West ViewLittle Harry Moorman son of Dick Moorman of St Louis was hauling rails last week when the team ran away Harrys arm was broken leg gashed to the bone and nose split open Under Dr Dempsters care he is doing well and all his wounds are rapidly healing J 0 Kennedy Roanoke Tenn says I cannot say too much for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve One box of it cured what the doctors called an incurable ul cer on my jaw Cures piles and all skin diseases Look tout for worthless imitations A R Fisher TemperanceWomen bold up Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and Favorite Pre scription aa examples of what all med icines should be in absolute freedom from alcohol and narcotics They are strictly temperance medicines They contain no alcohol neither opium cocaine nor any other narcotic Palse rormulllS of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and St Favorite Pcrscription having been pub lished by ignorant or unscrupulous per sons Dr R V Pierce as presIdent of the Worlds Dispensary Medical Associa tion Buffalo N1 the manufacturers of his remedies offers one thousand dollars for any bottle of these medicines which on analysis shall show the pres ence either of alcohol or of opium co caine or any other narcotic publishers stopthehoods Dr Pierce asks that his friends will send him copies of any circular pamphlet or other advertisement in which the statement is made that It Gold en Medical Discovery or It Favorite Pre scription contains alcohol or opium or other narcotics Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N V- DEMOCRATS Meet in Convention at Hardins burg Monday NAME DELEGATES TO DISTRICT CONVENTION A few Goebttl Democrats met In con vention at Hardinsburg last Monday to select delegates to the Distrbt Convention which meets at Bardstown Tlmts day May 24th to nominate a candidate for congress in the Fourth Congression al districtJudge Mercer called the convention order and stated theobject of the meet lag On motion the lion William Miller was elected chairman and Mr Worsely secretaryA of the districts showed allrepre seated either by delegates or proxies except Hudson ville 0n motion the chair appointed the followliigcominlttee to select delegates to the district couven volition W K Barnes A J Gross Dr J B Frymire Dr J M Walker and Eli Storms The committee retired and brought in tho following list of delegates and alternates Delegates Gen D R Murray W K Barnes Wm Hook Gen A J Gross Richard Owen Dr J T Dempster R E Hawep C M McGlothlan and Hon W E Minor Alternates Thos Tousey Jacob Hanks D S Richardson Claude Mercer F K Rhodes lIon William Miller Dr J M1 Warker Hon Tice Jolly and 0 H Drury The delegates were instruct ed to cast the vote of Breckenridge count for the lion D II Smith Gen D R Murray was recommended as a delegate from the 4li Congressional District to the National Democratic con vention Speeches were made by Judge Mercer Gen A J Gross and lIon William Miller urging democrats to subscribe and support the new Democratic organ The convention then adjourned Cutting around the eyes should be avoided unless you are willing to make yourself a subject for experimenting in surgery This is unnecessary Suther lands Eagle Eye Salve will cure sore eyes and granulated lids when all others have failed It strengthens weak eyes FASHIONS WHIMS There la much to study among the new modes and materials for the spring season The subject of dress Is not a trifling one The woman who regards dress in its proper relations and real Im portance selects and arranges her attire so that it attracts no more than passing attention and commendation Very much can be said in commenda tion of present fashions for they are easi ly adapted to every womans style of fig ure and are as a rule becoming provi ded there is personal taste shown in making a selection The softly folded high collars for over long overthin and the long sleeves with their enhancing lace frills falling over large or ruddy hands are for ex ample blessings in their way The bolero jacket and the fall round waist for the slim thin figure and the gracefully trailing gown and gored skirt for those of too great aizejare additional favors which deserve true appreciation and hearty applauseoleveland Plain Dealer BEWLEYVILLE Dr W A Walker of Hardlosburg attended the Convention Saturday With all good people I wish to say Success to the NowsTbank youEd Miss Mary Wrather of Irvington has been visiting Misses Willie and Nell DruryMrs Chas Gross and Miss Patp were guests of Mr and Mrs Thomas Payne recentlyMrs Bennett and her son Edgar were the guests ofJMrs Chas Drury Samr doy night Misses Bertha and Netta Foushee were guests of their sister Mrs Kasey a few shays last week Bro Mell will leave this week for a visit to his mother and will not be here next Sunday to preach for us Thos Cain was In the city Thursday and Friday attending the Republican Convention and visiting friends Mies Annie Payne who has been atten ding school at Hurdlnsbnrg for several months past arrived at home Sunday morningMr Mrs Byrom Dowell attended services at the Baptist Church Sunday and were the guests of Miss Hattie Mo Coy Tue ladles of the Womans Missionary Society will hold their regular meeting next Friday afternoon at 2 oclock Answer to roll call with versES without titles Mr Jim Smith of Gnston has been in Oklahoma a couple of weeks looking for work in his line of business He contemplated threshing wheat there this seasonThe fruit trees when in bloom gave promise of an abundant crop but a few more cold snaps like the one now in passage will certainly bIght our prospects in that direction Misses Ermine and Ellen Munford attended the meeting Saturday Miss Ellen sang aeolo that was fine and there were solos by Misses Nora Henderson and Lena Drury that were excellent C M Sanders formrely of this vicinity who is now liyelng in Louisville has been spending some time with his daugh ter Mrs Jim Smith attended our Convention and was the guest of L L Smith He Is the same friendly genial Cousin Mat as ever Mr Moore the pastor of our Baptist Church for the year past was here Sat urday and Sunday He is held in high esteem by all and it Is with much regret that we learn he is soon to leave us for other fields of work Success to him wherever he goes Our S S Convention Saturdry was a veritable success notwithstanding the Inclement weather All who were on the program were not present but their lack was made up by others and the time was spent very pleasantly Bro Davis with his wife from Hardinsbnrg attended and we were all benefited by their talks All the Sunday Schools in the District were represented but Web ater T B Henderson was elected Pres ident acd Mrs Lulu Lewis Parks Sec fothe ensuing yearGOLDENROD A Penny Saved Is a Penny Earned Economy is the lesson taught by this saying It is true economy to take Hoods Sarsaparilla at this season be cause it purifies enriches and vitalizes the blood and thus prevents sickness and puts the whole system in a state of health for the corning season Every bottle of Hoods Sarsaparilla contains 100 doses positive proof that it Js economy to take only Hoods Constipation is cured by Hoods Pills H T Shrewsbury who has been in Virginia for sometime looking after liti gations returned Sunday to his home near Kirk Mr Shrewsbury was not much impressed with Virginia soil and said There Is nq place like Ken tucky The W 0 T U will give a strawberry and ice cream supper Friday night vVomen as Welt as Met Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor and cheerfulness on disappear when are out order or diseased Kidney trouble has become so prevalent It Is not uncommon bornIafflicted weak Ilithe child urinates too often If the urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control passage It is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and step should be towards the treatment of unpleasanttroublekidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold by druggists In fifty cent anaone dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle by mall free also pamphlet the kid neys of that with kid neys the the first telh110m or S1IooIIng all about it including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co BInghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper It mNIDLE cHArTERii CHATTERWhen Mens Fine i SiS SUITS ATj are better than the prices Tailor Offerings MerchantII OUR FABRICS are far superior and we know that skilled workmen have hand led every detail throughout our garments They are of the famousVITALS BRAND Make thus assuring you of a permanent perfect fit No Merchant Tailor can show you as many styles as we do Remember all our fabrics i used in our suits at this price are High Grade absolutely Pure Worsteds in stripe check and conservative pat terns Also a magnificent line of Fancy Cashmeres Blue and Black Serges and Ox MixturesCOMPLETE LINE OF FANCY GROCERIES Gush Paid For Producer The FAIR Cloverport Ky A MATTINGLY Wedding belle are still chiming Miss Mangle Bates llion the sick list The farmers are almost lone planting cornGeorge Taul has purchased a new buggy Mies Enola Furrow entertained number of friends one night last week Mr and Mrs Mace Hawkins have been the guest of Mr and Mrs W I Taul Lonnlo Taul who left some time ago for Cypress Ind Is doing well and we wish him success Rev Richard filled his regular appointment at Pisgah Sunday May 13th and baptized three candidates Miss Polk Mrs Haden and Miss Ha den of Tobinsport Ind were the guests of Miss Addle and Maggie Newman two days last week Quite a number of people from Beech Fork and Mr Jessie Taul of Plegah at tended the dedication services Sunday May 13th at Kirk The Stock Exbntuted At one of the great department stores tho other day a young man was indulging in airy persiflage With tho pretty shopgirl behind tho counter while waiting for his change What a wonderful place you have herer he said What do you sell Everything was the reply Everything was tho incredulous comment What do you mean by ev crything Just what I say responded tho gIrL Anything you want wo can supply you with hero Oh you can eli7 commented tho pretentious Alexander Well let mo look at some family ties Without remark but with demurs btttnsorry bnt tho manager tells mo that wo are just out of family tics owing to tho great demand Perhaps youd like to llook at some family jars Tho young man decided however that the latter was an undesirable com- modIty and he would have nODe of It New York Tribune A Special Invitation To Buyers of SHOES We are making for the next 30 days We know that our values in Mens Womensand SHOES are exceptional We have a large stock for Summer wear and want you to see them We can give you a good Shoe at any price Ranging from 100 to 300 The old storekeepers who continue to make 33 13 per cent profit iiri shoes will have to get out of the way We shoot straight at the mark and you get the bargains hit or miss A New Line of H p DRESS GOODS AND NOTIONS Will arrive and be opened today THE ECLIPSEHABDINSBUEG KY EKRON Mrs Neme Dowell is very ill of typhoid fever Miss Susie Burch is home again from Hardineburg Mrs Dan Williams is visiting her parents at Tobinsport Ind JK Perkins one of our hustling drummers was in town Thursday- Dr R W Warfield is home after a visit to his relatives near Hardinsburg S D Cox from Stepheneport was the guest of Z T Cox and family Sunday C H Redman wife and baby were the guests of Mrs Tom Roberts Sunday Miss Pearl Shacklett visiting her brother Dr W Shacklett near Grah- amIton Mrs J H Bishop hat returned home after a short stay with her friends and relativesJoe came homo from Hnrdlns burg Sunday where he hiss been attending school Bro Dan Shacklett preached a most interesting sermon Sunday night at the school house Mr Llge Dowell and wife and uncle Wash Shacklett from Missouri are visit ing relatives near here Mrs J P Miller who has been the guest of Mrs Olivia Legrand has returned to her home in Missouri Miss Fannie Bell Hughes of Newton Kansas is the guest of her grandfather Mr William Bewley near Sirocco Does It Pay To Buy Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs and colds Is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throatand lung troubles What shall you do Go to a warmer and more regular climate Yes if possible if not possible for you then in esther case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduced in all civilized countries with success In severe throat and lung troubles Boecbees German Syrup Itnot only heals and stimu lates the tissues to destroy the germ dis ease but allays inflammation causes easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONX bottle Recommended many years by all druggists in the world For sale by A R FIBHEB Card Of Thanks We desire to express our gratitude to our many friends for their valuable help on the morning of the fire MB and Mae JoHN BUBNS Strawberry marketCity Bakery A Keen Clear Brain Your best feelings your social position or business success depend largely on the perfect action of your Stomach and giveincreased oralIhighr byShort IENNYROYALLPILLSSere lbCIIICIIJHTFRH rtbbonTkeDbeUtnUoDandrDrngglatorTeetimonlalailDraggle00MdiaoDI consider It not only a pleasure but a duty I owe to my neighbors to tellabout the wonderful cure effected In my case by the timely use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy 1 was taken badly with flux and procured a bottle of this remedy A few doses of it effected a permanent cure I take pleasure in recommending it to others suf faring from that dreadful disease JJwJ Lynch Don W Va This remedy Isold by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephensport DeHUYS BALMOLINE BEST HEALING SALVE for MAN OR BEAST 1899ToI have given DeHuys Balmqline a thorough test on cuts wounds galls etc on my own and several of the Citys Fire Department horses and invariably found it to igive entire satisfaction J consider lIBalmoline an exceptionally good healing salve and can honestly recommend it W E ROBERTS Chief of Fire Department Riverside Stock Farm Yours Resptwh RICHARD KINO i1rSend 3 centif for sample io B H DeHUy Manufacturer D Sta A Denver Coli Pricesh- and soc All Dealers v Ice cream at the City Bakery I e1 4 F 1 oj J 1 It t i 1i 1 t 1f 1 kt ji ff ft t t i It 3 nt l1I I- JJ 4 l i l4 t J k S r v i t r Y t y EEyNEWS = WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1900 5 I r- tY I tf xapR t 111 i4 Icar c fiec i iI I I It Preventionbetter Tutts Liver Pills will not only cure but if taken in time will prevent Sick Headache dyspepsia biliousness malaria constipation jaundice torpid liver and kindred diseases TUTTS Liyer PILLS Vfc ABSOLUTELY CURE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1000 4 pItII Ie M3t iilMtM tM i The News in Brief 4444 4444 44444 4444tt Picnics are in order Strawberries at Sippets Ice for sale at the City Bakery Soda waterall flavors at Jule Slp pels GhrlB Perrigo spent Sunday in Steph ensporUMrsJames U Harris was in Louisville Thursday K Mrs John McGavock was in town WednesdayAdmiral Dewey has returned to WashingtonJames Pace Jr has returned from Louisville S4m Baker Hancock county was in ttowjMonday Auston Popham of Irvlngton was in town Sunday John Lees of Can elton Ind was in town Saturday S R Berry was in I1ardln burg one day last week Mr A B Skillman was in Haidins burg last week Miss Maria Watkins went to Louisville last Sunday Mrs P Shore of Victoria was in town Monday shopping Mrs M T Popham has returned from a visit to Hawesville Charles Mattingly and wife county were in town Saturday Miss Mary Jarboe was in Hardlnsbura several days moat week Go to the City Bakery and buy some thing to cool you off The ElIzabethtown post office was robbed of 200 last week The physical culture class grows inin terest numbers and grace All the summer vegetables on the market at the City Bakery Cuscadena ice cream from Louisville every day at Jule Sippels r Your orders for picnic bills will have lompt attention at the NEWS office All orders for picnic bills will be exec uctedpromptly at the NEWS office Miss Eula Sapp of Haweaville is the guest of her aunt Mrs Robert Nichols Mrs Sam Ahl attended the funeral of Miss Lillie Blake at Hardinsburg fSatur day Mrs John F Beayin County was in town Monday and called at the NEWS office Capt James J Henuen of the steamer Alfred Honnen spent Sunday at Hawes ville Miss Olivia Fallon went to Louisville via boat Sunday to visit friends and rel atives Miss Annie Hambelton went to Irving ton Sunday to be the guest of Miss Maggie Carter Mr Preston Ford and Miss Maggie Baker of Hardlnaburg were in town Sunday afternoon Miss Nannie Collins left Fridaymorn ing for Loltchfield to visit her mother oia quite ill Dr A A Simons attended tthe closing concert of the Grand Opera at Louisville last Wednesday night Miss Mary 1Moorman of Glendeane was the guest of Mr and Mrs C W Moor man Sunday and Monday Mrs j D Brashear of Owenaboro was the guest of her husband Sunday night enronto to Loulsv ills Walter JSherman of Toledo spent Sunday and Monday here the guest of Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer Ex repreeenative Tindle of Hancock county was in Louisville last week to attend the Republican convention The Misses Bowmer were the guests of Miss Lucille Sterett at Hawesville to hear Ralph Bingham Friday night Mrs Ben Carter was called to Dukes last week on account of the serious ill MM of her brotherinlaw Mr Forest Dunn Q F Aakina county went to Hen denon Monday for his daughter Mlta Mary who has been meting relatives at that place Apr Caldwella Syrup Poplin is gnaran t CIndigestionIkSIIort Haynes OA X4 roes tea f t 1IIpMue 01 t Strawberries at Sippets Strawberries at Sippels Cuscadins cream at the City Bakery- J G Harris was in Owensboro Satur dayWill Hale spent Sunday in Havres ville Pure soda water on tap at the City BakeryCakes candirs and fruits for sale by Julius Sippel Fresh vegetables are for sale at the city Bakery O T Skillman was in Louisville one day last week James R Skillman has returned from Hadrdinsbnrg Arthur Sheldon and wife spent Sun day in Cannelton Lowneys chocolates trash and fine at the City Bakery Lnnches and soda water served all day at the Ot Bakery Col D R Murray of Frankfort spent Sunday in the city Miss Laura Hale spent Saturday and Sunday in the country Ralph Bingham of Philadelphia spent Sunday in Hawesville Frank Fratze was in Hardinsburg Fri day on legal business Miss Nellie Burke off Addison was in town Monday shopping Fresh bread fresh rolls delivered every day from Jule Sippels For the latest style in millinery goods go to Mrs Linder next door to the Fair Miss Forrle Hardin of Holt Is the guest ofher sister Mrs JT Sklllman this weekCharlie Jackson has returned from Brazil Ind and has gone to work at the shopsMiss Cleona Weatherholt leaves today to visit her aunt Mrs Marion Ryan at LouisvilleRalph will entertain an au dience here with au entirely new pro gram June let H W Morgan of Stephensport was hero last week making a delivery of crayon portraits Unas Lisbon who has been seriously ill for several weeks washable to be out in town last week Will open a new supply of millinery goods May 21st at Mrs Linders next door to the NEWS office Mr and Mrs Lewis Adams of Louis ville have moxed here Mr Adams is at work at the shops Uhlldrena Day services at the Metho dist church Sunday were well attended and enjoyed by all There were seventyseven candidates for county school certificates examined at Hardinsburg last week Mrs A B LInder Is now in the city buying new goods which will bo sold at very reasonable prices Come and see Miss Schulls private school will close Friday and her pupils will celebrate with a picnic at the Tar Springs Satur dayMr W S Lane edtor of the Weekly Register at Leavenworth Ind passed through the city Monday and made a call at the NEWS office Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer Mrs A B Skillman and daughter Mlea Marga ret spent Tuesday at Hardinsburg the guests of Mrs R H Bowmer- J A W Miller a member of the firm of Miller Bros Co Owenaboro produce dealers was in the city Monday looking after his Interests at this point 0 o 0 000100 Does the ii- jI Baby Thrive Itt- ttiIfnot something must be with its food If thj v 22mothers milk doesnt notr 1 dr fvr rtc f i4EMULSION needs t thetI the baby If baby is not nourished by its artificial i food then it requires Scotts Emulsion i Half a teaspoonful three four times a day in its will have the desired IIor It seems to have a effect upon babies children A ffiftycent bottle will prove the truth of our statements Should be taken la summer ea well as winter eooalldruggitsScoTt York A B Linder and wife of Corydon Ind arrived Friday to make their home at this place They will engage in the Jewelry and millinery business Mr and Mrs Chas A Whitwortb Who resided near Hardinsbnrg were in town Monday enroute to St Louis Mo where they will locate in the future Walkers Tonic aids nature in the re lief and cure of all diseases arising from disorders of the Brain Heart and Nerve It Isa Brain food Heart Tonic and Nerve nourishment r I BESl1OATARRH Rough lUiler Sergeant Buck Taylor Borgeant Dock Taylor one of the famous Rough Illdori Is a personal friend of Governor Roosovolt of Now York ilo accompanied Governor Roosevelt on his groat stumping tour through upper Now York state lie was promoted through gallantry In the flold during tho late war Thp Sergeant has the following to say of Pomna I think there la no bettor medicine on earth than Foruna for catarrh It has cured mo It would take a volumo to toll you all tho good It has done mo Poru na is tho best catarrh euro on earth and I know for I faavo tried nearly all of thorn Kcspootfully Duck FTaylor Bend for book of testimonials sent free by Tho Poruna Medicine Coy Columbus O If others have failed to give satisfac tion take your watches clocks and jew elry to A B Linder to be repaired and have new life put Into them Dont think It cat be done I have made arrangements with J W Guthrie of Ilardinaburg to receive watches and clocks to be repaired All work left verybeatA B Ltndor Cyclists should always carry a bottlo of BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT in ImmediatelyItand discoloration and quickly heal the wounds Price 25 and 60 cents Great opportunity ofleied to good reli able men Salary ofl5 per weekend expenses for man with rig to Introduce our Poultry Mixture and Insect Destroyer In the country Send stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind In packing your valise for a trip do not fail to put in a bottle of Dr Bells Anti Pain A change of climate diet or water often deranges the stomach or bowels which ia instantly relieved by thlfliionderfullalnklller Having had 18 years experience in the Jewelry business I feel that I can servo the people of Cloverport and vicinity equ alto any one and better than many I am now located in the room next to the NEWS office and respectfully solicit your patronage A B Linder Joe T Jones was at Irvlngton Sunday returning from Louisville to Vanzant his home Mr Jones is in the mer cantile business at the latter point He reports the largest business in years and said the residents of his neighborhood were in a prosperous condition At The Methodist district conference which met at Hawesville last week E W Smith of Owensboro L W Bennett of Red Hill W s Thomas of Hawes ville and J R Houston of Calhoon were selected as delegates to the annual conference which will meet at Elizabeth town September 27th Mr John Hill from Henderson is vis ItlrjR relatives in the city Tortured A Witness Intense suffering was endured by wit ness T L Martin of Dixie Ky before he gave this evidence I coughed every night until my throat was nearly raw then tried Dr Kings New Discovery which gave instant relief I have used It in my family for four years and recom mend it as the greatest remedy for Coughs Colds and all Throat Chest and Lung troubles It will stop the worst cough and not only prevents but abso lutely cures Consumption Price 60c and 100 Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottles free at Short Haynes Drug Store A Fine Boat Trip Next Monday night May 28th the steamer Tarascon will catch a large crowd going from here to attend the Con federate reunion The fare for the round trip will only be 270 with meals and berth It will be a delightful run to Louisville and every body can get a fine view of the river Bcqnery Return ticket will be good until June the 8tb Boat due at the city wharf at 10PM Write or telephone Ed Gregory for a ticket and stateroom at once Shapely- Married WomenI meat prepares thebodyforthestratauponltandpreserves the symmetry FRIEND silo obviatea All the of childbirth carries the exoectant CROPS ARE LOOKING WELL W W Johnson an industrious and prosperous farmer who resides near Fordaville was in town last week Mr Johnson said the wheat in his vicinity was looking exceeding well corn lied all been planted and the tobacco plants and ground were ready as soon as a season camp He related to a Newsman the following snake story While I was sucking tobacco last year on the S 0 Keown farm of which I am new owner a snake bit a drg on the end of his nose Tuesday afterwards I killed eight cop perhead snakes which came from under a chestnut snag This spring on Monday of last week I slaughtered the old one and two young ones at the same snag NEWSY NOTES Congress will probably adjourn Monday June 11th The meeting of the Knights Templar closed last week at Cynthiana with aI grand ball The Oweusboro council has voted upon a geueral cleaning and repairing of streets Faderewskis manager admits gross re ceipa for the latest American season of only S248000 The trial of 0 E W Neely accused of misappropriating Cuban postal funds has been postponed a week Mrs Sarah Halllgan one of the oldest residents of Nelson county died at Bards town last week at the age of eighty The Democratic State Executive Com will meet at Frankfort Thursday May 24th to issue a call for the State Convention The hotel men of Kansas City will charge 5 per day during the Conven tion and will have at least five beds in every room The fourteenth annual session of the Kentucky Ohatauqua will be held at Woodland Park Lexington Ky June 20 to July 0 At the Southern Industrial Conven tion at Chattanooga last week a resolu tion was adopted favoring compulsory ecbltration in strike troubles All Confederate soldiers not able to board themselves will be furnished everything free at the Louisville Reunion May 30 31 June 12 3 After an eloquent speech by a colored missionary from Africa at the Baptist convention at Hot Springs the enthusi astic crowd threw several hundred dol lars on the platform at his feet The United States supremo court has decided the inheritance tax law to be constitutional and valid but hold that it applied only to the amount of the leg acy and not of the estate as a whole One of the unique features of the Con federate Reunion at Louisville May 30 June lwillbe a detachment of fifty Cherokee Indians who served under General George H Thomas They are now living in North Carolina and will como with the veterans from that state A Womans Awful Peril There is only one chance to save your life and that is through an opera tion were the startling words heard by Mrs I B Hunt of Lime Ridge title from her doctor after ho had vainly tried to cure her of a frightful case of stomach trouble and yellow Jaundice Gall stones had formed and she constantly grew worse Then she began to use Electric Bitters which wholly cured her Its a wonderful Stomach Liver and Kidney remedy Cures Dlspepsia Loss of Ap petite Try it Only 50 eta Guaran teed For sale by Short Ilsynes drug gist GARRETT Bob Si free was at Dick Browns last weekS P Allen and wife went to Irving ton Saturday on a visit Several from here went to Brandenburg last week shopping Harry Harrington has been to Bran denburg to see his parents Mrs Dick Brown went to her fathers last week and spent a few days J G Roby and family were the guests of 0 T SIpes and family recently Henry Funk and family were the guests of John Funk and family Sunday Mrs J W Tnell and children were the guests of her aunt Mrs Mich Meyer at Ekron last week Mrs D W Burch and son Dan and Ida B Shacklett were the guests of W W Miles and family recently Every woman covets a shapely pretty filtUrt and ninny of them deplore the Iou 0 Ibe r girlish forms after marriage The bearing of children It very destructive to the mothers hipellneu This can ha avoided however bY the use of MOTHERS PRICND be fore baby come u this- sclentlgo llnit of form MOTHERS dan er and mittee Mothers mother lately through this critical period without pain It II woman greatest blessing and thousands gratefully tell of the great good it- baa done them Sold by alt druggists at 100 per bottle Our little book telling all about this great remedy wilt be lent free to any address by TBS BnADFistn REGULATOR COMPANY Atlanta Georgia 4 + Friend I 1 WANTS mf + vttf Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion LEGAL BLANKS IF I NEWS I IF IF Ifi IAUIIUDOE OIFICEI IUUllneI IFORI IwillI I rcuonoAblelterm on SALEMy two storydwelling house sta I blecrlb and nil necessary out houses and blaclmlth shop at Kirk It b One of the btstands in the county Ucod paying business Sly reason ford Ing Is I have bought a farm and will move on it in the fall For lurthr particular address me at Kirk KT or call and see me IIIIIAM WINCII ELL Administrators Notice IAII persons knowing indebted to the I herebynotttiedagainst the estate mutt ba presented properly proven for payment SILAS MILLER Admr FOR SALEFARM IFOR SALK Farm ofleS acres in county on road one 41hlnlt1toni buildinFaFleatyoCwatersell for onelhird cash balance In one and two Years or exchange for property In city of Louisville Address MRS MARY Iw TYIKR o4S5th itrert Ky cr It T COL STON + Sy1vJefferson street taulsvllle Ky Administrators Notice All Kentucky improved Louisville parties indebted to the state of Rabin O Iticketlt deceased will call at mv office in union Star Ky and settle at once and save cost All partial hAving claims against the estate will present the same proven according to law CM McGLOTIILAV Admr Ilubin G Ricketts Union Star Ky Commissioners Notice Circuit Court II 11 Cardeni heirs Ilea vas Jesse Carden Ac DelU Notice in Equity IA themselves Ureckenridgc Ilanliniburir Dreckenridge 11 persons having claims against the estate ol U nCardeodeced arc notified to present same properly proven to the undersigned Comr of the Ilrcckenrldca Circuit Court at his office In the town ot llarJiusburg Ky on or before the 14th day of Slay 1900 Given under my sgnoGUSC C A NEW THING And A Good Thing for the People pricesfromHouses JicBest4cFlake250Best2ylcGranulatetiSugnr 488CWe handle anything you want in the MnttlnghIInrdinsburg Mrs Sallie Bashatn Sample II II subjecttoFARM AND STOCK RApe RS a fodder plant for sheep is of superlative value Georgia poaches will be on the market at an early date- Transplanted plants should be given an abundance of shade Sheep shearing machines have been perfected to a wonlerful degree In curing clover the use of rocks Is recommended in wet weather Wheat crops throughout the state are being injured by the ravages o the Het slau fly- There ia a great field open for the business like retailing of the best farm products At the sale of Hereford cattle Mowea qua Ill 32 females averaged 20970 and 20 bulls 21350 The American Agriculturist says that the outlook for the coming apple crop In moet leading sections is good Boyle county stockmen are preparing to vaccinate their cattle against blackleg which is prevalent in some sections W P Grimes of Lincoln county who lost seventeen cattle from black leg vac cinated his herd of 130 cattle twice at n total cost of 2075 The entire herd was vaccinated in half a day by six men The cattle were vaccinated on the tail The ancients believed that rheuma tism was the work of a demon within a man Any one who has had an attack of sciatic or inflammatory rheumatism will agree that the infliction is demoniac enough to warrant the belief It has never been claimed that Chamberlains Pain Balm would cast out demons but it will cure rheumatism and hundreds bear testimony to the truth of this statement One application relieves the pain and this quick relief which It af fords is alone worth many times its coat For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport B A Shellman Stephensport wtiww INTRODUC H ING = s Fashions FavoriteQueen Quality Oxfords 52a50 Other Styles for Street Dress Bouse Outing IwIagency 1f1 out the United States and is the acknow ledged standard of excellence in Womens footwearWe want the ladies of this section to make their acquaintance Youll like them Theyre an ad vanced idea in shoemakingthe com bination of all the points that make sat isfactory foot wear Queen Quality has the beauty ease and servicevery distinguishing features in shoesAsk to See Them When You Come I- nSULZEISI t WHAT Is Your Main Object In Buying GOODS4 Dont You Want Your Hard Earned Dollar to go as Far as it Can Your Object Is to get the Best atthe Least Price This Fact Has Been Settled and Many are Profiting by the Investment Dont put the matter ofT but got in the push and bo with the successfulStock peas Wo carry tho largest lino in this section Buggies Buggies Buggies 11 Of all kinds A Beautiful Selection of Baby Buggies Summer is fast approaching and of course your wife will want Refrigerator to keep tho milk meats etc We have the exact thingnt very low price SEWING MACHINES TheBiggett lino in this Section at remarkably low figure Does your house ncedainting If it does wo are tho people you want to lalkjto Our prico nnd material surpass all others BUGGIES AND HARNESS Wo aro agents for tho celebrated Ames Buggy Manufactured nt Own Dsboro With every vehicle goes written guarantee as to the material and durabilityMcaLOTHLAIT 1IRVINGTON1 t un VORMSFor 20 Has Lid sit BOXX I3Y AXXPrepared by F St Louis KY Mrs Etta Edwards is on the sick list this week If you want a good clean paper sub scribe forth NEWS Mrs Hannah Wecker visited Mrs Alice Pool Sunday Fishing parties are the rage at present Lota of fun but few fishes Misses Edith and Nettle Board visited i f f i a a a a JIVERMIFUCEIi i t Years Worm Rimidiis IIaIiVGYt3rXBT6 JAMES BALLARD WAITMAN I their uncle R T Whitwortb Monday Frank Thrasher of Falcon visited his parents Mr And Mrs Ell Thrasher of this place Sunday Mrs Margaret Moore of Davlesa coun k1 ty visited her daughters Mrs Minnie Hector and Mrs Mary Whitwortb sev eral days last week Mrs Mag Moore Mr Ed Hector and family Mrs Mary Whitworth and chil titan Mattie and Richard visited Mrs Jennie Grant near Falcon Sunday 3 w c Vu w tcr Fr 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1900 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS J Current Topics lljr Jlrm1 JUttle Giicnell VrvWhat a fearful cost to the city of Chi cago was that strike I Human lives sacrI- ficed and human beings injured I The union made too many demands con tractors naturally resented such demands America la not England by a great deal It is deplorable too to know that dynamite and astasslanation were in order where boycotting failed Labor at laat paid the penalty OhM Remle says in his famous novel Put Yourself In His Place that he who cannot spoil his own name correctly is the very man to do his neighbor an injury without compunction since mercy Is a fruit of knowledge and cruelty of Ignorance Chae Heado undeiatands the labor question and unions Ha under stands human nature If you havent read his mater novel get it It will pay ou Put Yourtelf in Ills Place If Denmark wants to sell the Danish West Indies let us buy Denmirk is all rleht as a neighbor but perhaps another nation might not be as agreeable If Russia has any such idea be quick and get ahead of her If Germany contem plates a bid thats a little better but we want those islands if they are to he sold by Denmark Another thing we want Is to strengthen our navy and begin to construct that Nicaragua Canal Keep the Philippines give Puerto Rico free trade and let Cuba take care of herself I wish I were President1 I Nashville did herself grand on Dewey Day I am glad they of that sun burst city got up a new name for recep tion entertainment or what not The festivities of the day began with a de jeurne to Mrs Dewey given by Mrs McMlllin Thats a high sounding word and should go with Mrs Uewey and then the table was a poem in color Mrs Dewey wore a portrait of the Ad miral with a laurel wreath attached All the sarnee he cannot be President and she had better hang on to that laurel for its his last There are no more ships for him to sink lIe can sink ships but why should he aspire to the highest gift from a nation when ho is not qualified a Wall street always comes in for dis cussion and Is always freighted with in terest General business exports Imports railroad earnings manufacturers producers banks and the treasury are subjects connected with Lombard St across the waters Wall St on this side Theres n mystery hanging over all those topics to me and it Is like finding an un known quantity in an equation to solve them I cannot understand money lending at i per cent now in Wall St It is phenomenal to me when last winter it ran an high as 40 per cent Does or did It moan that money was very plentiful Does or did it prove that budlniss was or Is good nod the wave of prosperity flowing 9 Isnt the situation an anomalous out Last winter there was a rapid rebound and now it doesnt seem to mean ruin because stocks are down I wonder if we had free and un limited coinage at 1G to 1 if the land would be ono of milk audjlioney 7 Some Immenso uteel mills have shut down Does that mean an end of good times or n gold standard coteequence No It simply means that alter fabulous prices consumption stopped because when prices are rising theres a rush Our treasury is oveillowlng Look at our re cent gold exports I Isnt it excess of money that lisa caused it Whats the matter with 1900 the closing of a noted century And It is Presidential year again We cannot deny that large trade prosperity and general activity have prevailed and exist now My my another campaign right here I Only a few weeks until oil the political parties of the United States shall have met in convention adopted platforms and made nominations for President and Vice President I confess I rather dread the canvass that will follow not that I am afraid of blood shed but the abuse the recrimination that accompanies these contests are terrible Mr McKinley and Mr Bryan will no doubt be the nominees of the two great parties I believe they are both Christian gentle men and I think as strongly they are both wrong in some logic but each is honest sincere and neither should be misrepresented by the press or politicians Why not pitch the coming cam paign from the very word go on a higher plane of civilization than ever before especially that of 1890 which was one of bitterness and malevolence and will go down into history as such No one should shirk responsibility socially or politically Every man should take a position and maintain one side or the other in all issues that interest the peo pIe at large but with the same consider ation for others in feeling and opinion that he would ask for himself An Intellectual discussion of affairs is needed and every vote cast if it were possible shbnla be an intelligent one without prejudice and from conscientious conviction Of course the Democrats should get together and if the Hon John B Thompson of Kentucky who has been a life long Democrat and who was manage er for Wat Hardlns canvass were heed ed or his suggestions they might Sure ly they are not undemocratic or unfair still one wing condemns his ideas While not endorsing all each Is worthy of consideration The Republicans may be divided on some Issues such as the Puerto Rican Bill the Canal Bill Ac but watch them in November 1000 The Democrats will squabble over more than one issue and never try to get down to an intelligent idea of expansion They confound it with imperialism The south had better find out the difference for expansion true expansion means volumes to her The monetiry elephant will cause the biggest division as in 1890 Strorg Minded Women in last issue of the NEWS by a brilliant Kentucky wo man Mrs Lida Calvert Hall was sweep ing in its denunciation of women who are not In favor of suffrage for the rex Any woman with an atom of common sense she savs will not say she does not with to vote while such political conditions exist in our State She wants some di vine power to rain down the commodity on Kentucky womunso that any line II their work will lead to woman suffrage She believes suffrage is near at hand but that it will be forced upon ui like it was in New Orleans One accusation I resent warmly by that Kentuckian whose article appeared in a Boston pa per vzWoman tins no idea of jus tics On the contrary I want to say in stentorian tonesWomau thy name lid justict I would like for Mrs Calvert to point out how in the name of all thats good and holy woman suffrage could have prevented the assassina tion of Mr Goebel Does she believe honestly that women would or could purify politics It is not necessary for us to array ourselves against any one set of men or any particular short coming but against the general deficiency which is felt at every turn in politics We can accomplish it more effectually by our in fluence outside than in the active arena We can thus assist voters to pledge themselves to higher standards and a patient effort to create it The writer in question eays Mr Goebela fearful un timely death united his party If the chasm isnt deeper and wider than be lore I have failed to read between lines aright and if women required such a tragedy to arouse them to a sense of civic responsibilities they are to be pitied and certainly do need a rain of something fire and brimstone perhaps The only thing the matter with Ken tucky is that she happens to be last in the calendar of political eruptions which have occurred elsewhere and North of Mason and Dixon line as well as in the South Vesuvius Is now in a state of eruption belching out lava Just so ever pod limon political par ties undergo a similar state when the revolution and eruption subside and only I a little smoke ascends Women get ting into the mesa would not exting utah the lUmes any sooner or cause the explosive material to subside any quicker Let their influence be wielded outside as always and men will revere hon or and respect and heed their counsel far more readily than by voting with him side by side Let us glance over at Boise Idaho how the men were fought on their own ground The women were out in full force the polls were surroun dad by them Two of them of opposing parties had a betted argument became excited and called each other all kinds of names then came an actual collision Are they purifying politics Do men have tho same desire to defend and pro tect such disputants A jury was Impaneled to try the case when another scene occurred behind closed doors and the sheriff interfered We cannot han die pilch without soiling our hands We cannot enter politics without becoming entangled in the very quintessence of mannish proceeding I want all women to read up and be acquainted with the mportant issues of the day All women could be patriotic Every womau should love her State her country honor her flag and have a preference in political questions but I have never been able to see why she should wish to vote or get into active politics As to the necessity ofh1he Womens Emergency Associa tion to direct the attention ot women to the importance of using their influence in behalf of good citizenship I pity any woman or jet of women who need an as soclatlon to awaken them to a proper knowledge of civic responsibilities Every intelligent good woman has an Influence in a community and it is ac knowledged and respected She wields it at the polls through tho voters of her home or her social circle Id like for Mrs Calyert or Mrs any body else to tell me what the Association accom plished Prominent men did all the talking at laat of whom Mrs Qalvert makes extremely lightliThe salvation of our country has ever depended in a great measure upon her women not as voters but in the training and rearing of voters Women have forethought eye tem care in detail discipline organiza tion energy and patience and a keen sense of justice and they have an inter eating way of their own in rising to the occasion when needed Any sympolum bearing on civic responabllity should interest them and does and their jIn flence is realized Once at the polls in the maelstrom of the scene itself her femininity her true womanliness will l diminish I Bales Milk for babes but meat for men When a man can no more eat a titans food but exists on a milk and cracker diet he is gone back to babyhood lIe may be a big man but he has a babys stomachSuccess in life depends largely on the stomach The man with the babys stomach finds himself also with a babys evishness and perversity lIe has the babys exaggerated personal sensitive ness and jealousy lie is all annoyance to his friends and an anxiety to his family No man can be stronger than his stomach A weak stomach argues a weak man And anweak stomach is the common starting point of most of the socalled weaknesses which affect the great organsheart lungs liver kidneys etc How can it be otherwise when the body and all its organs are dependent on the stomach for their nutrition Then weak stomach drags the organs down with it because being weak it is unable to convert food into nutrition and the organs of the body being starved of necessity become weak as a consequence of starvation Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stonmcli and other organs of digestion and nutrition It makes the weak body strong in the only war physical strength can be made which is by food properly digested and assimilated The cures of weak lungs i weak heart weak or sluggish liver weak kidneys etc which follow the use of n lltlcnMedlcal Discoveryare all due to this perfect nutrition of the body the proof of which is the remark able gain of sound solid flesh which invariably marks the cure 66 STOMAOH TROUBLE About ten yeah ago I Ixgnn to have trouble with my stomach writes Mr Wm Connolly 0535 walnut Street Lorain Ohio It got so bad that I had to lay oft quite often two and three days In s week my stomach would bloat and I would belch up gas and was In awful dis tress at such times I have employed and been treated by the best doctors In this city but got no help whatever Some said I had cancer of the stomach others catarrh others dyspepsia I have bought and tried everything ll11w advertised for dyspepsia and stomach trouble but continued to get worse all the time About twelve months ago I was In such a condition myrecovertngvey bad shape Hands and limbs were cold and dripping with cold sweat He told me that I had a very bad case of chronic indigestion I 1898butother I happened to get hold of a vial of your Pellets and I thought they helped me It was then I wrote to you for advice You told me that by my symptoms you thought I had yourGoldenlets in connection These medicines I have taken as directed and am very happy to state that I commenced to get better from the start and have not lost a day this summer on account of my stomach I feel tiptop and better than I have for ten yea- rsOAEO SIXTEEN POUNDS It was twelve years ago that I derived so much help from Dr Tierces medicines writes Mrs Olive Stevens of North Harvey Cook Co III I was afflicted with a scrofulous tumor In the left side of my neck It was fully as large as a large sized walnut and so painful that I could get but little sleep at night I doctored with several physicians but received no benefit The tumor grew rapidly and became Inflamed and my general health became impaired I grew very weak One physician said I would be In cotisumption In a very short time Our home physician said I would have to have the tumor removed but afterward told my bus band that I had heart trouble and he would not dare give me chloroform or ether so he told me to be very careful gave me medicine but did tue no good I went to Michigan was there three mouths and while there took Dr Pierces Golden Medical Ulioovery and used Lugols Solution as directed In your pamphlet While away I gained sixteen i unds the tumor became smaller and less painful and today there Is not a sign of it I feel confident I shall never be troubled with it again We think there Is no medicine like Dr It V Pierces and we have recommended It to a great many who have taken it with very favorable results The Golden Medical Discovery1 cured my neck entirely Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cleanse and regulate the bowel- sSustaining na Tneorr No man Is n real man of science un less ho is ready to abandon his own conclusions duly put on record If sub sequent Investigations provo them fallacious The president of a great college once wroto a volume on tho practice of medicine After It had been completed and ho had gone to New York to arrange for Its publication his houso was burned and the manu script of his book and all his notes were destroyed no couldnt reproduce It Ten years afterward bo said That fire was the greatest of good fortune to me It I had published the book I should have had to stand by 1 tt whereas now I know that It was all wrong I Mr Andrew Lang In Longmans Mag azine tells of two geologists who wove gathering specimens In a lonely mountain place Ono of them had written a book Tho other looking about one day with a flcldglass saw his friend occupied a long timeunobserved as ho thoughtIn rolling a great stone down hill and at dinner questioned him about It lie pretended at first that ho bad been doing It for exercise but hard pressed confessed Well tho fact Is tho confounded thing was 200 feet too high to suit my theory I Annvercd Henry Fielding was once asked by Lord Denbigh why ho wrote his name Fielding Instead of Feuding as his lordships family used I cannot tell my lord replied the novelist except It bo that my branch of the family were the first that know how to spollSan Francisco Argo naut About 24 women in 100 aro stronger In tho left arm than they aro in tho right Women took aro more frequent ly equally strong in both arms than are men Peas and bonus ore tho most nutritious of vegetables containing as much carbon as wheat and double the amount of muscle forming food STEAMBOAT SENTIMENT An Explanation Why An Old Missouri Custom Has Subsided f AGE TOO COMMERCIAL A Missourian was in New York the other day for the first time He Is a retired business man He never saw an ocean liner until his visit hero lie was interested and asked many questions The names of some of the big boats pleased him- laraRladS to see ho said that there is some sentiment in the business I am not a dreamer but I sometimes think the age is too commercial We even name our children for somebody who is expected to do something for the honor It has come to that in my state newell as in other states We have few steamboats now on the MIs- souri River but those few are named for individuals who presented a bell or a piano or a flag or something in consideration of their names haying been painted on the wheel houses of the boats lint it was not alwayo so There was a time when we named our boats from sentiment the same thing I see has governed the naming of some of these big steamersliners I believe you call them and one I saw was pointed out to me as an ocean greyhound One of the first steamboats I ever saw on the Missouri was named High land Mary That was fortyfive years ago But I know the owner called his boat that just because the name struck his fancy I dont suppose he ever heard of Bobby Burns Polar Star was the name of a favorite packet and her owner and captain was a farmer named Tom Brlerly He had a farm in Bucha nan County twenty miles back from the river and he lived there in winter He ran the Polar Star until she got to old to be safe and then he built another and a finer boat and called it the Morn ing Star But somehow that one was not as successful as the Polar Star and it quittheOne of the fastest boats on tho river was the Minnehaha She took the horns for making thejqulckest time be tween St Louis and St Joe It was some time though before tbe people of the river towns knew how to pronounce popularity Hiawatha but she was not the favorite the Minnehaha was and was soon trans ferred to the Mississippi trade The Peerless was what her name indicated and she beat the I1nnehahas time and took the horns We had the Twilight Cataract War Eagle Reindeer White Cloud and Silver Heels Finally a company of St Louis men built the James U Lucas The man for whom that boat was named was a millionaire in St Louis and as theLucas was the fastest boat of her time Mr Lucas presented her with a piano and a lot of silverware That was the begin ning of the breaking up of sentiment in steamboat nomenecature on the Missouri Moneyed men in the river towns invested in steamboat building and the rich eat man in the town was usually selected to bestow his name on the boat and I never knew one who refused Then they got to naming some of the boats for a town and the citizens in that case bought the presents and they would pa tronize no other boat if they could help it Once in awhile some sentimental Incident would govern the naming of the craft As for an example There was a young woman in Glasgow who was a uni versal favorite and her hand was sought by many A new boat was building which was to be captained by a young man who was infatuated with the young woman He won her and that was why the boat was named Kate Howard There was another instance where sentiment named a popular boat The captain of an old steamer was taken sick in one of the towns and was nursed by a widow who had a daughter The cap tain recovered and built a new boat He was a married man but he named his boat Martha Jewell for the widows daughter and because she used to bring him flowers when he was sick That sort of sentiment didnt bring in any pi ano but it made the boat mighty pop- ularN Y Sun After suffering from piles for fifteen years I was cured by using two boxes of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salye writes W J Baxter North Brook N 0 It heals everything Beware of counterfeits A R Fisher BLACKBERRY CROP There Will Be Plenty Of Blackberries Plums And Cherries This Year Fruit growers of Meade county report a promising outlook for the small frult The prospect for blackberries is better than for several years and charriea and plums will be abundant H0MB duties to many women seem more important than health No matter how ill they feel they drag themselves I through the daily tasks and pile up trouble This is heroic but a penalty has to beII paidA woman in New Matamoras Ohio MRS ISABELL BRADFIELD tells in the following letter how she fought with disease of the feminine organs until finally forced to take to her bed She says I DEAR MRS PIKKHAM I feel it my duty to write to you to tell you that I have taken Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and think there is no medicine in the world like it I suffered for nine years and sometimes for twelve weeks at a time I could not stand on mv feet I had female troubles of all kinds backache and headache all the time Seven different doctors treated mo Some said mothers charge The Mrs Pinkhams experience in treating is unparalleled for years she side by side Lydia E Pinkham for sometime past has charge the correspondence department of her advising helping by as many as hundred thousand a r i Consult iI- IiiA Printer II- IiiWho is to willing the will and of capableII printing best to 11your particular needs i Inartistic jj- IIt Printers I i poorii j poorjto please you a I iIi i Artistic I PrintersfuseiiWho exercise goodtasto I appropriate type and new est ideas are few To this iiclass business we for belong some and We of doii men and would iisional yours News Printing OffIceI 11Lyons Laxative Syrups vegetable preparation absolutely in its effect it acts gentlyon the liver and bowels cures con stipation biliousness sick headache clears the complexion and makes the blood pure An ideal remedy for children as well as adults At Reynolds Mr Willard Reynolds prosperous young farmer of the Reynolds neighbor hood and Miss HaUls Wright were married Saturday night the 12th last at 30 oclock at the home of the brides father Mr Wright of Reynolds The ceremony was performed by the Rev Jarnigari of Beaver Dam Owens boro Inquirer hl bad stomach trouble years and Rave up hope of being cured till I began use Kodol Dyspepsia Gore It has done me BO much good I call It the savior of my life writes WR WilMa Albany Tenn It what you eatAR Fisher WOMANS DEVOTION TO HOME I would have to go to the hospital and have an operation performed But ohlI how thankful I am that I did not that I tried your Vegetable Compound I cannot say too much in Its nor thank you enough for what it has done for me I want you to publish this in all the papers for the good of other sufferers The wives and of America are to over work Let them be wise in time and at the first indication of female trouble write to Mrs Pink ham at Lynn Mass forheradvice This advice is promptly given without present female ills with Mrs and had sole of great busI- ness and letter a ailing women during single year who extent suited but quote f a harmless kidneys Married a 1 Wyman twenty to son digests instead praise given worked I CDO LOUISVILLE Market Reports BUTTER Choice country ltl a 14 Elgin sijj a l2 EGGS Fresh 9POULTRY 7jiSpringyfDuckFIELD SEEDS Timothy per bushel US Clover per bushel 5 0005 as Crimson Cloverpcr bathe 0400 Red Top per bushel si Orchard Grtisperbuihel lollSUluegratf fancy per bushel ale HAY GitAIM FEED HAY 150031560TimothyGood Bright Straw 5000550 CORN No2 White at store old 41 K- No2MI edoId 4 No 3 White new 4j5 No3 Mixed new OATS 43j 17UNo3MlxedOallWHEAT No 2 Long Berry 71 7NO3lYE No i Western 1 59 663 POTATOES Irish per barrel ic13Sweet per barrel 4 508500 ONIONS Per barrel I so BACON 8KClearnbldu5iSuaarcuredhamsLard In tierces 7 S8Ji MISCELLANEOUS SONSUKarlIranrrcI f i55 30 75 Cement per bbl 6S S 75 FURS mack skunk No I cased 5oi 00 Short stripe skunk oGi 1o Long stripe skunk a5 35 While iltpnk 15 Raccoon No I large O 63 Mink No i large cued 3l oo Grey 0 NOlrlarecued ih 9O lied fox I 501 oo Muskrat No t large cued 8i 10 scWild30OtterHeaver No i large cased 4 oo6 00 WOOL HIDES FEATHERS EfC HIDES No i Green salted per Ib MS 7JlNoNo I Dry flint per Ib 16 iNFEATHERS Prime white live KOOSC per lb 4a43- Dark and mixed old per lb llasMISCELLANEOUS Tallow per Ib Mats Prime beeswax per Ib t as 28H 6ojDried6s 3M4MDriedI WOOL Hurry it Oil f33sShtersklnsLambskins country SJ 40 ROOTS Senectsnake 13taoPink 10112 S35LadyMay Apple aK afLOUISVILLE LIVE STOCK MARKET QUOTATIONS Reported by the LouUrlllo Lire Stock Ex change Bourbon Stock Yards Lovnviiut Kvn May 6 loo CATTLE Extra good export steers 1350 tbs and 475ooUghtIDS 45fl373 4301470Pairtogoodbutchera Comnoq to medium butchers 3508400Thin rough steers poor cows and tjGoodtj 35Common7Cfeeders4SOuullsYCVealISCholcemllcll36008400FairhOGS Choice packing and batchers loo Ib la Ib tonGoodsjFatJooajiiPigsooRoughsicoaAaSHEEPGood ooFair30Common50BocksooKaraSOO7COCullOQ WELLINGTONS DECISION 4 When the Moment to Strike nail 41 Come lIe hId Not Uealtate Badajos lies In Spain five miles from the Portuguese frontier It was the key ot a situation Welllngtons chance t f 1 was to strike at Badajos before the JI French marshals could combine and 7 floftransport he lacked food for thcRyen tho soldiers were eating bassavo Jbbt 4Instead of bread tho bullocks were weak and emaciated All this wns time doing of tho parliament at home But Wellington knew that the me fment to strike had come and bo seems to have hesitated very little Placing no faith In the tongues of the Portu guese ho made his plans with all pos sible secrecy The guns for tho siege were loaded on board tho transport at j Lisbon and consigned to a fictitious ad dress But In tho river Sadhao they were placed upon smaller vessels and r finally they were again landed and drawn by bullocks to Elons a post In the possession of the allies Having stationed twothirds of his force under General Graham and General nut to prevent a most probable Interference o by Soult and Marmont Wellington ad vanced reaching Eloas on the 11th of March 1812 He had made tho most Incredible exertions Tbo stupidity of tho Portuguese had vied with the stupidity of the govern mont at home Wellington bad been carrying the preparation for tho cam paign upon his own shoulders If ho was to win Badajos ho was to win It with no help save that from gallant and trustworthy subordinates Ho was 111 withal Even his strangely steel like nature had bent beneath tho trou bib of preparation amid such Indiffer ence But on March 10 Berestord with three divisions crossed the Guardlaar on pontoons and flying bridges i itet- he enemys outposts and Invested Badajos Stephen Crane in New LIp plncotts THE CITY OF HONGKONG It Ta Ono of the Most Unhealthy Spots on the Globe In spite of all tho precautions that have been takcn tho perfect sanitation of the city the fine natural drainage tho cleanliness of the streets Hong kong Is one of tho most unhenlthtul spots on tho globe With its tropical heat tho lofty peaks that halt encircle It catch tho clouds that tho rapid evaporation create and they aro squeezed like a sponge the floods of rain pouring down In streaming tor rents The houses lack light although they rare built as well as they could be withfperforated ceilings through which tho air circulates admitted from openings rpierced by the outer walls The floors rare brilliantly waxed carpets owing i to tho great dampness being disponsVed with Tho great difficulty Is to se Ri eurO light and proper ventilation Tho 4 streets are very narrow and the towert Iing walls of buIldings opposite ob struct the light in front while at the rear tho courts of terraces crowded with foliage cast a heavy shade trom that direction In the gardens while plants flourish luxuriantly there is no t grass but the ground Is green with 4 moss Just as It grows In damp shady places In cooler climates Tbo helit- and the great humidity aro destructive to health and It Is doubtful If thcro is a single normal liver in tno whole ot Hongkong r English women who come out With complexions of cream and roses grow thin and sallow The Hongkong com plexion Is a startling grayish green ljand the old resident has with this pal ffr rTbej j Ing perspiration and people becomej j gaunt and thin Boston Transcript 1The hubs Finest Stranger I notice there aro several II policemen gathered at that corner and conversing In an excited manner What Is tho troublerBostonlon When I pnssed them Just t now they were wrangling over ths rpronunciation of the word intuition1 I1J Chicago Tribune 1 1j ntCllcago j CI7 LaSalle Established In AyenueChIoaaollllf c j Regularly legislature Capital 41Thesue vi rIMifal Medical Institute In the UB PI Private room for Fatlent with faeUltle for any emergency XRay Mlerocoplea litaUdoubtfulWrite iJ Pt as4liraceSpies Bronchitis 71Iaralylsjmar 3 gical Operations Boat faculties apssrtiand remedies for tho neeeMf ueatautBt said MWo1ofcame 2tSuiting from abuses anti IndbcreUe ol 1 Youth and Manhoodi Inal Weakness night 8penBatorrsIn urine Impoteney i j eele Striefere rhkaotb etc ok Chaw SU aaeaIdsdNotenakapwn tauj 10000 fawUmoBlallwstW 1 on afn eared patlenU XMy u4i Mthem RItatIaad eMMwtUai Soday1pst I MnaiM ami lilt t liewiilw seat fies I L V T v III THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1900z w THE WORLDS OLDEST POEM A Hymn Of Welcome To A Mon arch From Ills Subjects The oldest poem In the world la said to have been found in the progress ol archeological research in Egypt during recears It la a royal ode or hymn of welcome addressed toUserteeen III by his eubjscla and antrdatta by almost two mlllenlums the Homeric poems Some of this proRressive nineteenth century can fast imagine that it welcomes the ylctorclpua Pharaoh to his city over forty five centuries ego There Is nothing equal to a vivid imagination in this age unless it is the beauty of old Egyptian style which at tbattlme had no foreign words or foreign style ol composition to detract from its simplicity Branden burg Correspondent areweak fretful or troublesome should be given a few doses of WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE They will then become strong healthy and active have rosy cheeks bright eyes will be happy and laughing all the daylong Price 25 cents 50000 VISITORS Louisville Being A Central Point Will Attract Many Visitors Gen John B Gordon of Georgia Commander in chief of the United Con federate Veterans Association believes that the Confederate Reunion held in Lou iille in May will be by far the larg est and most succasful ever heldliThe central location of the city says the gen eral will bring thousands of Confederates to the gathering who have heretofore not attended theannual rte tlogs From what I understand no other city has ever made the preparations that Louisville is mak ng to welcome the veterans I am sat isfied that not less then 25000 will be here then with 25000 more visitors fam illeskinsmen and friends of the veterans I think it safe to say that Louisville can expect to entettlan 50000 visitors W S Musser Millhelm Pa saved the life of his little girl by giving her One Minute Cough Cure when she was dying from croup It Is the only harm less remedy that gives Immediate results It quickly cures coughs colds bronchitis grippe asthma and all throat and lung troublesA R Fisher Raised On The Farm Born and raised on the farm A boy should thank God for being so fortunate as to be born on the farm There Is no place on this green earth so well adapted to perfectly develop mind muscle and manhood as a farm there a boy has the purest air the freshest and healthiest food plenty of restricted ex QrcisethB brightest sunshine and the slfehclest sleepthe very conditions necessary for the highest development Ninetenths of all the men who have made their mark In any business pro fession or pursuit have been born and raised on the farm this is not so much because there is better blood on the farm but because the surroundings of farm life are better calculated to call out 1 what there is in a boy and develop a fullgrown healthy perfect selfreliant manEx Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers and grand mothers never thought of using anything else forlndlxestion or Biliousness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostra lion Heart failure etc They used Au gust Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action of the liver Sstlmu late the nervous and organic action of the system and that Is all they took ylton feeling pull and bad withJShead wdfies and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquidform to make you satisfied there la nothing serious the matter with you For sale byA R FISHBIU POPULAR AGENT C Co Lewis Of Stephensport In Town Friday 0 0 Lewis the popular agent of the Heaierson Route at Stephensport was IB tows Friday meeting and greeting his many friends of the railroad fraternity Mr Lewis la Interested in the Insur traneebusineea and has many other Inter sets outside of his connection with railroad traffic WILL SEEK AFAR RETREAT R No MIller Ann nocaear IB Now Al baay That He Will Not Re turn To Kentucky II 31 N Miller one of the fugitive from who took refuge ia Indiwup Suckrlyafter the aaeaseinatlonof Gov ppe la New Albany ent- 1rHIBKeomefrom Hardlnaborg Ky RelaYs he will sot return to Ken teeny batthat he wlll probably locate in ib Matt olaabingtoaOOnrierJonr lea c t THE SERGEANTS GOLD It Never Reached limo Onld Folks at Home Burgeon General Stcrnberg told a good story once of nn experience be had in tbo civil war lie said that when ho was going Into the battlo of Bull Run the Irish sergeant major of his roglmtnt camo to him with a big bag of gold coin weighing throo or four pounds and said Doctor I know that Im to bo kilt entirely an I want you to take care of this money an see that It gets to the ould folks at home There was no time to remonstrate or to make any other arrangement and dropping tho bag Into the surgeons lap tho Irishman hurried away to his place at tho head of the column All through two bloody days Dr Stern berg carried that bag of gold with his surgical Instruments and it was a burden and an embarrassment to him IIo tried to get rid of It but couldnt find any ono willing to accept or even to share tho responsibility and ho couldnt throw It away for the sake of the ould folks at homo Toward tho closo of tho second day the surgeon was taken prisoner IIo lost his surgical Instruments and his medicine case but clung to the gold and making a bolt of his necktie and handkerchief tied It around his waist next to his skin to prevent Its confisca tion by his captors During the long hot and weary march that followed tho goldplcccs chafed his flesh and his waist becamo so soro and blistered as to cause trim Intense suffering but bo was bound that the ould folks at homo should have tho benefit of that money and by the exerelso of great caution and patience managed to keep It until ho was exchanged with other prisoners and got back to Washington There ho found his regiment In camp and one of tho first men to welcome him was tho Irish sergeant major who was so delighted to learn that tile doc tor bad saved his money that he got drunk and gambled It all away the first night Chicago Record IN RIP VAN WINKLES LAND The Portuguese Colonlea In Africa In a Backward State Tho Portuguese colonies In Africa are tho Rip Van Winkles land of real Ity After three centuries of white dominion they remain pretty much In tho condition In which Da Oama and his bold successors left them Hero Is n picture of what trade means In the favored region of Cabin da bay where thoro Is a slnglo white trader who occupies a house of three rooms with a shop 20 feet by 8 attached Tho placo Is stocked with puncheons of some vllo stuff called rum which are exchanged for palm kernelsKnots of natives from tho Interior villages with loads of kernels begin to present themselves at the shop by 0 a m and when the trader at last makes his appearance there Is a noisy crowd of kernel sellers and thirsty hangers on Tho exchange of rum for kernels Is quickly effected and by 0 oclock In tho morning tho entire population may bo seen lying under tho shelter of the cocoanut palms eIther stupidly drunk or noisily quarreling Tho mingled uproar and snoring lasts till about noon when there IB a sud den return to sobriety and the crowd clears away to tho village to collect the means for another carousal On a good day tho trader at ea blnda bay gets rid of about 100 gal Ions of rum and ho avers that the scene described IIf repeated every day in the year Next to rum and civilization the greatest curses of West Africa are smallpox and tho sleeping sickness From this last no case of recovery ban over been known and so con tagious Is It that In tho native Chrlo tlnn community every communicant has a separate cup from which to partake of tho sacramental wine London Leader Cheap Call General Sir Herbert Chennaldo was formerly a consul In Asia Minor Once In a weak moment ho sent a couplo of beautiful Angora cats as a present to a lady in Constantinople Tho lady was so pleased that she asked him to send somo more Sir Herbert gave his native servant somo money and told him to go and buy two or three Then came a demand for moro cats from tho consuls friends and ho gave hIs servant more money with which to buy catsThis went on for two or three months and tho native servant waxed exceeding fat One morning however the general on coming out of the con sulate was surrounded by a host of Infuriated veiled women who besought Mohammed to curse him because bo bad stolen all their cats It appears that tho native servant had pocketed tho money for himself and gone round with a sack and confiscated every cat In tho placeThe Old BhlnpIaateM Probably tho greatest profit ever en joyed by tho government as a result of the destruction oI money was In connection with the fractional curren cy or shinplasters lIssued during tho civil war The total amount issued was 30SL 724070 of which 0880658 has ntrrcft been presented for redemption- A large amount has been preserved as curios by collectors and occasion ally even now it Is offered for re demption Indianapolis News Prompt Anamof My friend said the long haired passenger to the young man In the seat opposite Ho what end has your life work been directed To both ends was the reply I Lave the only first class bat and shoe store In our Tillage Chicago News happyaU i I AMERICAN POST OFFICE IN PARIS First Letter Mailed There Is Address ed To Mr flcKlnley The first letter mailed at tho United States post office at the Paris Exposition was addeesed to President McKInley by Commissioner General1 Peck In the letter Mr Peck says It seems fitting that you should re ceive the first letter ever deposited in a post office of the United States located In a foreign land I therefore have the honor of informing you that this com munication Is the first ever transmitted through such a channel It Is registered A complete post office under the di rectlon of the Postmaster General of the United States Is bow in full operation in the national pavilion established by our government at the Paris Exposition You will be Interested In knowing that in this building is located in addition to the post office an official bureau of in formation for the benefit of our American people also the American Chamber of Commerce organized in Paris the recep Lion rooms of the commissioner general assistant commissioners general seers ary and the eighteen national commia abases appointed under the act of Con gress One floor will be known as States headquarters Rooms are also set apart fjr the military order of the Loyal Legion of the United States and for womens orgaiizAtlons The entire building is the homo of our American eltzenaS Louis Globe Democrat J Q Hood Justice of the Peace Cros by Miss makes the following state ment I can certify that One Minute Cough Cure will do all that Is claimed for it My wife could not get her breath and the first doso of It relieved her It has also benefited my whole family It acts immediately and cures coughs colds croup grippe bronchitis asthma and all throat and lung troublesA R Fisher A LESSON IN POLITENESS When Alonzo B Cornell was Gover nor of New York says a writer In Suc cess he had a clerk BO ungracious in manner that he frequently remained seated while callers at the capitol were obliged to remain standing as they attempted to transact business with him One day a delegation came from a city in the western part of the state to plead for the life of a condemned man The Governor was seldom known to grant a pardon but the visitors hoped at least that they would be accorded a proper hearing After the clerk had kept them waiting for two hours in the outer hall way he admitted them and accorded them permission to state their case to to the Governorall standing The ex ecutive reluscd to interfere and told his visitors so The spokesman of the little party was Grover Cleveland then a Buffalo attor ney In one year after the trip referred to he was himself elected Governor of the state When he visited the execu tive chamber a few days thereafter Gov Cornell showed him over the apartments and inquired if there was anything he wished to have done in advance of his inaugurationThere Just one thing you can do for me if you will said Mr Cleveland and that Is to remove theclork who kept me waiting outside so long when I was last here It may teach him a lesson in politeness The clerk was removed Cured A Running Sore I had a bad running sore on my breast for over a year says Henry R Richards of Willseyville N Y and tried a great many remedies but got no relief until I used Banner Salve After using one half box 1 was perfectly cured I cannot recommend it too highly I and will never be without it in the house Moorman Owen As Necessary As Clerks A well knownmerchant says I would as soon think of doing business without clerks as without advertising The fact Is that if he should not advertise he would not need the army of clerks which he now employs for there would be nothing for them to do Advertising therefore not only helps in the selling of goods but in providing employment for workpeople Ex Agents on salary of 1500 per week and expenses the greatest agent seller ever produced every tock and poultry raiser buys it on sight Hustlers wanted Reference Address with stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind YARD MASTER AT COMMERCE J H Hlner Comes Prom Texas To at tend Ills Mothers Funeral J H Hlner and wife of Commerce i Texas and sister Miss Sallie Hiner of Stephensportwere in town Thursday Mr Hlner Is yard master of tho Beltt route at Commerce He says Texas is a fine and flourishing state and times are good In his section He came to Ken tacky to attend his mothers funeral and1 will return to his home about the 24tht r HUGHES TONIC- Palatable Better than Calo- mel and Quinine THE OLD RELIABLE Excellent General Tonicas as a SURE CURE FOR Chills and Fever IT NEVER FAILS Just what you need at this SCUHOU Mild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic Guaranteed by your Druggists Dont take any Substitute 50c and 100 Bottles CUSTER Beautiful weather for farmers G Kasey and wife vIsitedMrand Mrs Smith at Bg Spring recently There was a large attendance of Masons at this place Saturday May 12th Messrs J A L G and J E Ilnynes attended court at lIardlnsburg last wok Elijah Johnson will celebrate hUjbirth day with a dining atbls homeat Garfield C PHardaway was the guest of his sister Mrs Smith of Big Spring last weekA large crowd heard Rev R Knott of Custer preach at High PlalusSunday May 13th Quite a large crowd was here Sunday May 13th to hear Rev J W Little preach There was Sunday school iu the afternoon Battletown please Inform me as to the whereabouts of Mr and Mrs Samuel Bennett 7 Mrs Bennett was Miss Mil dred Haynes YOU WANT THE TRUTH AND YOU GET IT IN THE TTwIceaWeek Courier JournalI DEMOORATIO IN POUTOS Published every Wednesday and Satur day 104 papers one year for 50 CENTS TWICEAWEEKCOURIERJOURAL the superior of all other papers It prints more real news more good class matter more good stories than any other Issued Wednesday and Satur day A good commission to agents Sample copies free on application Write to COURIERJOURNAL CO Louisville Ky BY A SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN GET THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS AND THE TWICEAWEEK COURIERJOURNAL Both One Year for Only S125This is for cash subscriptions only All supscriptlons under the combinotiou offer must be sent through the NEWS office FAMOUS CANNON This Noted Gun May Become One Of The Sights Of Louisville Steps are being taken by the authori ties for securing the famous cannon Jeff Davis now stationed at Ft Pillow Tenn for the city of Louiavllle Per mission has been granted to remove the cannon and if secured permanently Louisyille will have it mounted in some public square This famous piece of artillery says the Padncah News did gallant service at the battle of Ft Pillow in 1802 and is re sponsible for the slaughter or more cor rectly speaking the annihilation of a largo body of negro troops It has received two wounds and has been spiked once this latter occurrence having taken placo when the confederate army evac uted Ft Pillow The cannon weighs JOOOO pounds and will require twelve yoke of oxen to draw it About 140 men will be needed to lower it down the embankment at Ft Pillow and load it on the barge Which will bring it up the river It will be presented to the city and will in the future be one of the sights of Louisville Dont despair because you have a weak constitution The vitalizing principle of HERBINE will assuredly strengthen it In every drop of HERfllNE there It life There Is a stimulating regenerating power unequaled in the whole range of medicinal preparations Price 60 cents CONTRIBUTES TO CHARITY How Sheldon Used His Experiment Honey The Rrv C M Sheldon received 5000 from the profits of the Topeka DAily Capital for the week ho conducted It as a Christian newspaper lie has given 1000 to the Indian famine sufferers The balance was distributed aa follows Detention Hospital 1000 for the CityI tagious disease ward Christs TopekaYdrinkingfountaIn ation 100 Y1VO A 150 W CT U100 Inplesltle Home 100 State AntlClgarctteLeague When the liver falls to secrete bileI the blood becomes loaded with bilious properties the digestion becomes im constipatedHEROINEIaa fewdosesPrice 50 cents TEN GRADUATES Largest Class In The History Of Brandenburg Normal The Brandenburg Normal will close June 13th with interesting exercises at the Normal building There will be ten graduates the largest graduating class in the history of the school l The mOlt centrally located and only first cliss hotel In the city making a Jioo rate Only one block from the principal shopplnj district and two blocks from the principallhealrel Street can pass the door to all parts I of the city- Everything seat and clean F R IRVINGTONEvery V Write Desperate After I landed alJttslmrgDetroitfrleulls totlndfruitless 11oIItelnearest place where I could get shaved Monsieur did not comprehend and I repeated my question What he said I do not noEnglishotFrenchI walked on until I met an Intelli stoppedSlowly requestAuybodybut ho did not no throw a volley French at me gesticulated madly and left mo standing there With mytacUeshim In a foreign tongue that ho was too atupld to understand I clutched him by tho arm and held him while I performed pantomlmo shave When I II inquiringlyYesare a man I suppose you want mo to take you to a secluded spot where you can cut your throat Never did English sound sweeter to me and learning what I wanted to know I was soon wending my way to near est barber shop Detroit Free Press Unable To Work Chas Replogle of Atwater 0 wan to work on account of kidney trouble After Foleys Kidney Cure four days ho was cured Moor man Owen THE FIFTH AVENUE HOTELl1 LOUISVILLE IBZYS PIKE Mgr DOES YOUR BOY NEED BRITANNICAA n that pupils who have access to the Encyclopadia nritannicn standl 33 4 per cent higher in their studies than those that do not enjoy this privi- legeYOUTH Is the formative period What a boy reads in his youth becomes o part of his very character To give your lboy a dune usenro i you will see to it that he has the beat surroundings and yote encouragement The Concentrated Essence of the Whole Worlds Wisdom Is whit the Encyclopedia Dritaunicn Iiac been termed Itt our boy read its interesting pages and he will look with difrdam upjh flashy literature Your boy Iris large Ideas To him them I I nothing so attractive en trim Give him material out of which he can construct far reachiug ideas Invest ONE DOLLAR TODAYan- d put 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mWIN- Jraffic Manager Louisyille Iy LLIIIllH Stillt L RyB YI fFordsvllle Branch TIME TABLE No 10 IN EFFCT SUNDAY JUNE 18 1809 West Bound Trains Hast Round Train No3t No51 STATIONS No21 t No AM PM AM IM 10 ro 6 45 Lv Irvington Ar 9 lb 515 1113 708 835 52A 1124 719 llarned 824 509 11 2S 723 Junction II 20 605 11 am 72S lardlnsburg 9 III II ro 1140 735 Junction 810 4 M 1150 7 45 Kirk s 01 4 46 1157 162 Jolly 7 64 4 39 12 ro 8 04 mdeane 712 4 Z1 1211 8 09 DemlSlct 7 30 415 1930 85 FallaofRough 715 400 12 W 8 46 Drmpster 6 57 3 42 12 M 8 W lIockvale 663 3S-J 00 534 Muth 649 111- J 05 900 Asklna 644 32J- J 13 908 Oaks 635 321 120 916 Ar rordsyille Ly 6 3U 313- rM rat AW tst DallyTrains 41 and 44 connect ot Irvla ton with Trains NOl 3 an3 for points on Fordsvilla branch Trains a 3 and run Trains Nos a ind 4 connect at Irvington with Mainline trains 41 4S 4J and 14 LOUISVILLE EVANSVIL- LEMALL 00Inc- orporated l Fast PasBengerJond Freight Steamers TARASCONTELL HEG RAGON ROSE RITE AND BELLEVUE THROUGH RATES TO Lower Ohio Green and Barren Rivers Cincinnati Madison and Upper Ohio River For rates schedules and other information address GEO H WILSON Snperintendent 0 E HYDES G F and P Agent Louisville TCv v SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS For L70CS Quick Time Close Connection L w Talcs a l 8 THE BRECKENRIDQB NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1900 SHILOH Sunday school is progressing nicely at this place Mrs Neoma Chapel ia having her dwelling repaired Mrs John Shelman was the guest of Mrs McDonald last Sunday Miss Con Brown and sister were the guesto ol the Misses Cashman last fun dayAlI88l1I1ra Hanks has returned home from Texas where she has been teaching school Miss Rebecca Ricketla has gone to Louisville to live with her sister Miss Ltzzle She will engaga in dressmaking Rev T F Castiman was in Union Star Saturday and Sunday the guest of frienda and relatives lie delivered two good sermons E II Sbfillman was thrown from his wiujon last week by a runaway team The wheels ran over his body but he was not seriously injured There will be a basket meeting at Shlloh the date to be fixed at Rev Snceds next appointment Ilsv Sneed will deliver the sermon and dinner will be served on the ground A Fast Bicycle Rider =Will often receive painful cuts sprains or bruises from accidents Bucklona Arnica Salve will kill the pain and heal the injury Its the cyclists friend Cures Chafing Chapped Hands Sore Lips Burns Ulcers and Piles Cure guaranteed Only 25c Try it Sold by Short Haynes druggists Two Acres of Burley Clinton J Cox of Stephenaport in re newing his subscription to tbejNEws says that he has planted two acres in fine hurley tobacco WEST VIEW Somo tobacco was set Saturday aunt Celia Henuinger ia on the sick list Mr Roscoe Laslle and wife visited his mother last week Dont forgetthe entertainment Satur day night May 20th Mr Vernon Hunter of McDanielt was visiting here Thursday Mrs Nannie Dockrey of McDaniolp has been visiting relatives here Quite a number of applications have been made for the public school Mr S M Henninger and wIle were at Hardinaburg shopping Thursday Mr and Mrs Jessie Matthews of Iu raa have been visiting in this vicinity Mr Ban Stinnett and family of lIar dlnsburg visited here Saturday and Sun day Mrs Chintz Royalty of Hardinaburg was out to see her sister Mrs Nora Al len one day last week Misses Minnie and Emma Smith accompanied by Mr Bryan Henninger went to Buraa Saturday LODIBURG Farmers are almost through planting corn Jas Daylson of this place went to Uaweavllle last week Mr Jeai Dowell of Pierce died last Sunday eve at 3 oclock Mr Bandy of Preston left Sunday for Hnrdlnsburc to attend court B Argabright and wife attended church at Raymond last Sunday Alaska Hardin was visiting his uncle Will Gibson of Addison Sunday J E Hardin of this place was visit ing Mr Will Gibson of Addison recent Iy I Confederate Veterans I Reunion A- TLOUISVILLE Low Rates a Via LOUISVILLE HENDERSON ST LOUIS RAILWAY TICKETS ON SALE May 2Sth 29tli andSOtli Lim ited to June lOtli at ONE CENT PER MILE IN EACH DIRECTION Extension of limit to June 25th can be se cured by depositing ticket with Joint Agent at Louisville prior to June 4th and payment of fee of 50 cents 0 p i ii il ihil il jl il aJ jjt jjtAlUliujjt lur jjtjjt jjt Jil DO YOU WANT IIDRYI GOODS Ijf uirII DO YOU WANT I LAWNS IDO YOU WANT j SHOES I MEYER MEYER Bums Ky hasl m them in abundance 8 Millinery Have you bought that New Spring Hat Dont delay the cream of the stock will be gone Our Millinery Depart 2 jjIjj I v MEYER MEYER BURAS KENTUCKY j UVdF fI m Least Said- Soonest Mended Be brief Bad blood means illness Good blood means cheerfult active men and women and strong hearty offspring Hoods SarsaparSla Americas Greatest Medicine contents it telf ojith lew words but it mends broken constitutions because it purifies the blood and prepares ihr body wIlh 4 systematic defense against disease Tired Headaches My disease WoLf one familiar to all women tired in the morning oVId had continuous headache Three homes of Hoods SarsapariUa caused the headache and tired feeling to disappear Mrs Josephine Rodier 525 N AlfredStreet cAtexandria Va rtoodi Wilt enre II w till i the nnntrrlullnr ted nl rllharto 10 lake wllh 1100 Sanpartlla BRANDENBURG Mrs Lena Drury Is with her sister Mre John Frakea Mr 11 II Graycroft was in town Mon day with whom I had a pleasant chat The pupils of Brandenburg Normal will picnic next Saturday on Doe Run Mr and Mrs Williams of West Point eprnt Sunday with Mn Blandu family Mrs Bob Moremen of Kansas City is visiting her motherinlaw Mrs Chas Moreraeu There was an excursion down last Sunday A good many people came down and spent a pleasant time Mrs Bert Moremen of Kansas City baareturned and is with her parents Mr and Mrs Louis Richardson Mr and Mrs J bn Wimp came up from Irvlngton for the Ralph Bingham entertainment and Childrens Day sera vicesJesse Malin and Dr Latham of Vine Grove came down from Vina Grove last Sunday and wore guests of Mr and Mrs J W Lewis There will be ten graduates from Brandenburg Normal this year There were eighteen of the pupils that stood the examination last week If we only could remember to keep our own doorstep swpt 1 How strange it Is we will watch other peoples when our own perhaps is worse Mrs Dr Parks of Webster and Mr and Mrs Jesse Herndon of Irvington spent Saturday and Sunday with their parents Mr and Mrs J W LewIs Ralph BIngbam sees the BRECKEN JUDGE NEW and reads the Brandenburg column feeling interest after having once been here lie has a wonderful memoryDr 0 Pusey again spent last week in Louisville under treatment by elec tricity for sciatic rheumatism He hopes he has been benefited and we all sincerely hope so too Preston Grlnnell came home last Sun day from Chicago most unexpectfully to attend Beall Gtruells marriage Pres OllieHeadBiabop Dudley is honored and so is Kentucky in the Arch bishop of Canter burg selecting him to preach in StPaul hopDudleylast of July Misses lone Dowden and Ada Brown were largely in evidence in the array of exquisite hats and bonnets I never saw as many perfect beauties and they were all the artietlc work of those dear good accofflodating girls The Ladies Aid met with Geo Rei man Monday afternoon with Mrs J Wa Lewis presiding Mrs John Frakes Secretary and Mrs Geo Casperke treasure er Mrs II B Grinnell read an article on religious societies and the good they accomplished Business of importance was transacted Miss Mary L Haynes entertained the X V club Tuesday afternoon The young ladles will issue invitations to the young gentlemen Wednesday and Miss Susie Elder will give o lawn fete in Mrs Linda Moremens large beauti ful yard Friday night It promises to bo a delightful affair I notice the Meade Messenger gives a deserved compliment to Judge C 0 Fairleigh and speaks of him as the brain JudgeIalrlrlghment and the entire ability to he Gov tIvalyIn greatbigChildrens Day at the M E church last Sunday was as have been Ita prede cessors Interesting and entertaining singIng wasbeaulUullconaregatlon gener ously Brother Leltchfield made excell SuperIntendentwith great dignity Mlsa Allle Reid was efficient as organist I hope to see the time when Industrial schools will be found everywhere Every joung man or boy should be skilled in some trade Id ID CM as in olden dyf should be punished as a crime Econo my frugality temperance truth hon esty and industry the basic principles of all religion make happy wise and contented people Give a boy a trade or profession combined with a good character and if he is too far gone in depravity to wake use of such fotce him to use them for the State We have too many schools now for the higher professions Of law and medicine What we need are schools where our youth can be taught to control and utilize the God given orces of nature and thus give him or her the grandest education he or she can claim This question is of more impor geueratlonlie looked alter and directed with wisdom by competent methods For the first time inlho history of the diocese of Kentucky tho openIng sermon was preached by a colored minister last Tuesday In Christ Church Cathedral at Louisville The Eplspocal church has done and is doing a big work for the colored people in religious life Dear Bishop Dudley a Southerner andaVirginian prsaches often for them in their church of The Merciful Saviour The social question Is easily solved by the Southern man The colored mans best friend is the South With all of the inflammatory articles in northern papers statistics show that there are more crimsH committed in proportion to population in the North by neproen than in the South The colored man was given the ballot without education or in formation The ballot is not always an educating influence even in our own race The South is in favor now of uni versal elevation ofall mankind It should be thoughtful kind and humanl tanIan and we all know the colored race needs manual moral and educational training We of th South are bound to accept our I resent situation The igno rant colored voters and the white ones too should be taken out of politics Theres no longer any plea for ignorance The black and white man must help each other Our colored people form the backbone of our labor system The colored man wants to Ret out of politics and turn his attention to Industry edu cation and morals Gov W B Taylor received a perfect ovation at the Auditorium in Louisville when be entered the body of the State Republican Convention Taylor and Bradley were chosen by acclamation as delegates to the National Convention June 10 in the Quaker City ExGov Bradieys speech was dramatic The audi ence went wild when Gov Taylor wanton the platform His party sticks to him like the Democrats did to Mr Goebel This is a free country remember I am glad Mr Bradley said We have had a war a glorious war with Spain and she has been humbled in the dust I am still glader that he saIdliThe American flag is today more respected than ever and that wherever it floats it represents freedom prosperity and the noblest country that God smIles on I am over Joyed that he denounced the assassin who shot down Senator Goebe I rejoice that ho as bitterly denounced any man Democrat or Republican who assassi nated the manhood of Kentucky The public press I want to say has no right to hound a man with venom and spleen and drag his name down because he opposes him in political belief Mr Goebel euQered thus and Gov Taylor likewise Such deliberate scandalizing of our public men is an outrage such attempts to blacken their character is a stigma upon the whole of Kentucky An assassin of character Is as mean and contemptible as the one who takes life be he Democrat or Republican and I want to applaud the exGovernor for his allusion to magnificent Democrats who have so bravely stood for free elections for honest elections Breckenridge Lindsay Buckner Yost Carlisle I want to applaud and encore and call them back again and again because those magnificent time honored glorious Jeffersonian Democrats were named even if Carlisle isnt an expansionist I reverence and honor him like I do ex President Cleveland No wonder the Democratic party is tottering with all of those brainy men pushed outside Pity overflowIng Watterson says our flag will float over Manila until a stronger Powers found to haul it down Where is it Not on this earth House To House Canvass E J Drown of Ekron representing A 0 Dutton Sons of Louisville wholesale and retail grocery dealers was in town Friday to establish an agency here Mr Drown made a house to house canvass of the town in the interest of his firm Science has found that rheumatism IB caused by uric acid in the blood This poison should be excreted by the kid neys No rheumatism with healthy kid neys Foloya Kidney Cure always makes them well Moorman Owen Paralysis Wash Lane suffered a stroke of paraly sis at his home Friday May 18th losing the use of his entire let sIde Mr Lane has been failing all thIs winter apd his recovery from this attack Ia doubtful Oa 9nXlean the llpatVlof Ever have them V Then we cant tell you any thing about t 11 em I ou know how dark everything looks and how you are about ready to give up Somehow you cant throw off depressionAre so blue Isnt it yournerves after all Thats where the trouble is Your nerves are beingpolsoncd from the impurities in your blood Yfr3S- arJiP fUl purifies the blood and gives power and stability to the nerves It makes health and strength activ ity and cheerfulness This is what UAyers will do for you Its the oldest Sarsaparllla in the land the kind that was old before other Sarsa parillas were known This also accounts for the saying U One bottle of Ayers is worth three bottles of tho ordinary kind 100 bottle Alldraotib- Wflla tho Doeor- If yon bare unyeompUlntwJuteTer unj acilro the twit medical adrlca you can poiilbly receive writ the doctor freely You will recelro a prompt re ply without rot Addre- nDJOAYKliLowaUUui BATTLETOWN Success to the NEWS We had a rain last week Mrs Lark Kendall continues quite ill Mrs J B Havncs is quite ill at this writingRev J B Haynes and family have moved back into our midst j Ward Bennett and Miss Myrtle Chism visited at New Amsterdam Ind Sunday Ward Dennett Lee Piper and your correspondent went to Brandenburg Sat urdayAlbert Youtsler of near Liberty nK n d legate to the State and district Con ventions Mr Archie Bennett has been confined to his bed for several days but Is now Improving While the farmers ore replanting one cornfield the moles and crows are clean ing up another Henry Haynes and M F Bennett spent Sunday evening at Lodiburg Breckenridge Co An epidemic of grip which has spread through this community is about over No deaths resulted M F Bennett has returned from Lou isville and Etown where he attended the Republican State and district ConventionsD our enterpris ing merchants and Mies Ellen Greer were qujotly united in matrimony Sun day May Otb at the home of the bride by Rev Cowley Congratulations I was deeply interested in Mrs Grinnells article on hypnotism in last issue I am a believer in this exalted science and my views are in harmony with those of our distinguished Branden burg correspondent After suffering from severe dyspepsia over twelve years and using many remedies without permanent good I finally took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It did me I so much good I recommend it to every one writes J E WatkIns Clerk and Recorder Chilllcothe Mo It digests what you eatA R Fisher Indiana Is 100 Years Old Monday was Indianas one hundredth birthday according to the Auditor of States records May 7 1800 Indiana I territory was laid offalthough the execu tive journal of Gov William Henry Har rison said the territorial government be gan July 4 1800 The act of congress au thorizing a state government was approved April 10 1810 and on June29 the constitution was adopted at Oorydon The state wail formally admitted to the union Dec 11 1810 Indianapolis Sun Delighted With The West Mr Charlie Sawyer of San Francis co arrived Sunday afternoon to visit bis mother Mrs T F Sawyer This1 is his firs vleit home In six years Mr Sawyer is looking well and is de lighted with his home in the far west The Heft Slubbers Coiiflhs resulting from an attack olla grippe or heavy cold must yield to the wonderful healing properties of Fpleys Honey and Tar which strengthens the lungs and makes them Bound Moorman Owen HARDIN8BURG Plates made by Walker For all kinds of dental work go to Walker Crown and bridge work in dentistry go to Walker Wo pay tho highest cash prico for butter and eggs Eclipse No money on hands this term of tlio court to pay the jurors All drngaand patent medicines are soIlIng at costMrs E A Witt Jndgo MoBeath signed up the orders and left for homo last Monday ovfin IngCircuit Court has adjourned and tho town will have u dull appearance for a while LN Dembitz an attorney of Louisville was hero last Monday attending Circuit Court Lonnio and Tbunnan Smith of Louis ville wero hero last Sunday visiting their mother Mr Isaac Norton sold the timber off of 80 acres of land last week to C W Colston for 300- Mr and Mrs Frank Hoswell came up from Clovorport last Sunday and spent tho day hero Tho now Presbyterian church nt IT vington wi bo dedicated tho first Sun day in Juno The suit of Chandler against tho rail road company was again continued un til next October Rev J D Hockcr a Baptist divine of Ohio county filled tho pulpit at the Baptist church Lost Sunday Tho District Conference for the Eliza bcthtowu District will bo hold at Ir- vIngton beginning June 0 In tho suit of Iva Dowoll against Geo Dowell the motion to discharge the at tachment was overruled Mrs C E Haswell and family spent last week in tho country visiting Mr and Mrs Henry Skillmon Crit Hombleton went to Owcnsboro last Sunday to employ another barber to assist him in his shop work Mrs Jennie McHcnry of Hartford Ky arrived hero last week and is the guest of Mr and Mrs John P Haswell Hiram Winchell of Kirk has pur chased of Dr Milton Board tho Weath crford farm near hero at tho sum of 1200 Mrs Oven Cunningham returned from West Point last Saturday where she had been to organize a Womans Missionary Society In tho suit of John 0 Jarboo against the Spottsvillo Gravel and Iron Com pany tho defendants wero allowed to file thoir answer and cause continued In connection with the old peoples lay at Mt Zion next Sunday there will bo a Sunday School rally There will bo dinner on tho ground and n big day all round In the Emit of tbe Breckenridgo DAnk vs A J Gross tho judgment rendered on a former day of the term was set SIde The defendant was allowed to file his answer and the cause continued Among tho visiting attorneys at court last week wero Senator WO Jones and J S Wortham of Leitchfiold Scott Morrison Owensboro L N Dembitz Louisville and John Hardin Branden burg Mr Hanning who was indicted for unlawful selling of whiskey In Clover port pleaded guilty on two cases and was fined 100 in each Tho other in dictments against him wero stricken off with leave to reinstate In tho suit of Ralph Lucas against Mary Lucas there was n divorce for the plaintiff and Green Board vs Charlotte card the plaintiff was divorced Goor gwi Hardin was divorced from Moses W Hardin and given ono half of tho farm owned by them i dayJudgefield had already subscribed fifty thousand dollars for the purpose of erecting a pants factory The building would go up at once and tho concern would employ a hundred or moro hands when it opened up R N Miller has sold tho G P Jolly property on the corner to John P Hobon Tho consideration Is not stated but it is gcnorall supposed that it was about 91800 The property is very desi rable and there la no better location in tho city Mr Hobcn transfers tho pro party whore ho now resides to the ROT probablylocnto Alas I How Soon Forgotten I aykindhanpens to be Headache or Stomach Trouble that others you take Dr Oald wells Byrnp Pepsin and you will not on ly forget you ever had it but will know that yon are hot liable to have it again The dose Is small and It is pleasant to take Shot t Haynes Census Clerk Appointed 0 8 Lamb of this plate has been ap pointed to a clerkship in the census bureau at Washington D 0 Here appolntmenttijroughUnltedStates tin work July 13th MULDRAUGH V P Withers spent Sunday In Louis vllle JC Mrs Lee Crutcher was in Louisville shopping Saturday Miss Nora Cooper of Sttthton is visit ing Miss Clara Ritchie Miss Ada Withers is visiting BeWs ter Mrs Joe Brooks Louisville Mr Homer Asklns of Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday with his family DaptIst Miss Mattte Withers spent Sunday at Rhineyville the guest of Miss Beulah Winterbower Miss Daisy Withers has returned homeralter a delightful visit at Valley Station and Louisville Mrs E Beeler who was called to the bedside of a sick sister at Caneyvillehaa returned home Mrs Margaret Oabone of West Point was the guest of her sIster Mrs D Withers Wednesday Mrs B Offilt has returned to hernome at Lebanon after a weeks stay with her tsister Mrs Lee Orutcber t Mr and Mrs 8 Harrington spent sev eral days last week with their daught er Mrs 0 Board near Ekron theIrbright MrsJMrs J W Weatherholt and daughter Eva of Cloverport are expected the first of June to visit her parents Mr and Mrs S Harrington 0 Dr R Homan Taylor dentist of Jou isville will be here Tuesday and Wed nesday Those wishing work done will call at his office at Muldrangh Hotel FOUND A GOLD MINE It Was in His Poultry Yard c MakesHisber Summer and Winter Secret or His Succel8 iPeople in the neighborhood of Creston U Iowa are amazed at the number of eggs It that this mati drives to market with When asked what was the cause hens being BO prolific he stated it In a certain compound he was oLMJJthat kept his hens in load condI I furnished them with the proper lus to egg production American 1 jftrymade by American Mfg Co Terre j i Haute Ind Everv man fn the poultry1buslne88Is Interested In the hea1tb of his hops and their laying capacity In a the eggs lie his profits Tblt mbtaejpfguaranteed to increase the of feggsf tmucht perience in the poultry business There tIst ithenroaey t This is lair and is made to induce practtF cal poultrymen to give it a trial It is also a sure preventive of such diseases as the terrible cholera and ronp which create such havoc in all parts of the country It acts directly on tlie craw thorOugbl1sclentIlIc The manufacturers guarantee every package or refund the purchase money If your druggist dont sell American Mixture aaIn s Manufacturing OoTerro lIautA Ind t APPEARED AT THE- CAPITAL OF MEADE j to Ralph Bingham The Great Ira personator Delights His Audience Well Ralph Bingham has cOmo and has swayed and captured us as in days of yore when wo sat beneath his elo qnenco his humor his keen wit and sar casm Beneath It all la a genial vela of the milk of human kindness that draw you to him in every recitation very story every song bo it pathetic or ham oroui Mr Dlngham has great m ism which is a colossal feature in one on the platform Ho carries his andleao right ojtong with him Bnt his violin performance was certainly the promi nent feature of Saturday nights pro gram The first number I1 Troyatore with Miss Daisy Molntire nocompanfet was soul inspiring thrilling lifting one clear out of him or her self if there iraf a spark of mnsio In the sOul1Iis vocal selection was as well received and his singing is as dramatic as hiS impersbaar tions of character Mr Bingham was tho guest of Dr and Mrs John Hardin while here and ho made as pleasant an Impreeeloa ir cially as before the public Long ffl iho live to add to the enjoyment lad pleasures of others The andlsode WM large arid appreciative The ree fpte weromore than fifty dollars An in clement evening prevented many from attending Three cheers foe tia L oW Aid 1 Brandenburg dprrespoBdwtt