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Tr r t 1 w F 57rffI I rSPAGEii 56 COLUMNS jI 4 + NMINNMIsSt SS II I 6 NO 47 f r This Of The All KY Dr John Life of the Master one eCtliB Hn had to face was th attitude of the Jews towards the Samar han I have often thought as I read it of how Jesus must have felt the cast on the and the manner In which lIe treated the Is an worthy pur fol lowing His attitude was always one of to that detested people alI though he was to Israel He ever had a good word for them In onei of His most a Jew passed a traveler by whiles saved his life How Teem even the most In the eyes of the world can by kindness and become ever a helper and Ajraln Jesus seemed to feel the cou tempt In which they were held and wa always so ready to vindicate their char I acter and give them credit for any good act There was so in the gentle kind manner In which the Saviour by Divine those He showed then and it holds as good both nations were the children of one God just as all today are His children Pity and assist ance to those less favored was the attl tude of our dear Lord to a poorer brother How we all lose eIght of those facts at this age I How we neglect the deeper unity of the human and the Divine to rail at those whose are not as ours How we try to push over the him or her who to differ with us in be- lien The spirit of Jesus it seems t rae should help us to dissolve all barriers make us forget the logical points In unity of faith and l with one Father one Son oneSpirit But with me ever lay aside doctrines Watson truly says The well is deep and of human creeds and the bring up little water and often much earth but He is at band who glv eth unto every simple souUhe water of Life Jesus we know was L9t all history ancient and modern and we find this same spirit ex feting in the human breast Today this moment it lla fn and circles among the builders Our Saylour was indiffer ent to rules He cant and Hewould not come to terms with certain sects And because He did the Sabbath to Jewish custom he was and then again He was a Mend to sinners He never turned his back on the poor the needy but hunted up the most and spoke words of cheer and comfort Among our Saviours dearest friends was Bt Mary Is a man or woman to the Masters rule known by his or her friends He with sinners and out casts to save and heal them How afraid are Christ- y iana of of censure Be like Him Who who shall we find them Jesus was Even His holy name did toot escape but He never to deny a charge There are slanders which refute Dr Watson UTtaM Let and every woman who has felt the sheer slander remem her that refute A life with a soul so high it can sot stoop to spleen or revenge can risk much to assist in a fallen fel flow mortal A need have no frof hearts that are as a f bones and all unclean flee Chosen always ex fated and always will Pure exalted ilgh are jJust like those rare and cannot be trodden under otJesua counted none of Gods human f work aa The woman who washed His feet was f ruined a woman ruining but Christ saw aa well a soul made in a Di vine image and intended for high alma He went to work to extend the hand of and He never rested tillshe WM made whole A sweet like the Redeem st sun on a gray arV Bhower It softens the fare ldatr naay of ni imitate Him How many can we number that are like Him ktrue the of earth LOCAL STATE COUNTY NEWS THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS NEWS TZHLAJTS IF111 OTO JEJNI1 llVOcXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 1900 SWEET CHARITY Spirit Master Should BeInHis QODS LOVE EXEMPLIFIED BBADSXBUBO SpectaLIn Wptsone problems Scripture contempt Samaritans question example kindness preaching touching parables wounded Samaritan ahdwedat unworthy consideration philanthropist something pathetic simplicity approached unfortunates nowthat orthodox denominations brotherhood Fatherhood nonessentials precipice happens spiritual fellowship buckets bloclCs Everlasting usreview apparent political religious cvilizUlonl despised notkeep according condemned miserable Magdallne according consorted contamination olcrQkism VheteTwhere slandered condescended themselveel everyman tonguesof slanders themselves stainless redeeming etainleeelife sepulcher itfultofdeadmens flowershaye characters blooms worthless aeadtragedyag- omau sympathy charitable blgevoleat deposition jlbllkejherajsof tfiwWtpomea Christian charity toiMde unfortunate ALL THE AND ALL TT3E GOOD CHEER A Delightful Evening Spent BJ The Knights Of Pythias And Their Friends May 30th- FRIENDSHIP i CHARITY- AND BENEVOLENCE Nothing is more indicative of a town activity tlan the prosperity of its relig Ious and sQclal organizations Clover port boosts Of three flourishing secret orderst none of which are more prjsporoui than the Knights of Plhlae This body of charity and chivalry holds sway in the Lall over Mr Fiaberd drugstore whets its members meet every Iondav night and another stated intervals to transact business and entertain their friends Wednesday night May 30th was the occasion ofone of their open meetings to which the families and friends of the Knighta were bidden and right royally were they entertained These hosts whose lives show forth the results oi their lodga tteachings should add the word hospitality to their list of motto wordsfriendship charity and benevo lenceAfter a short talk by Rev T V Joiner on the origin object and results of this social order the ladies children and vie Ming Knights were served with delicious refreshments consisting of ices cake and strawberries prefaced by the invocation of Gods blessing by Rev IYBRutledge- The long and beautifully ornamented table stretched from one end of the hall to the other and the Knights who serv ed their guests daintily but abundantly won the praise of all present for the per fect success of the entertainment When the Knights had in turn been waited upon by some of the fairer sex the party was delightfully entertained with recitations by Mies Jessie Schnll Miss Schull was at her beet and stained new laurels to add toa her already loup list pft triumphs wtojrwhlie a resident here She was encored again and again to which she responded gracefully and pleasinglyAfter singing in concert of Old Kentucky Home the hosts and guests dispersed to their homes rejoicing in the good cheer as well as the kind deeds of this hospitable and benevolent fraternity A Card or Thanks 1 wish to say that I feel under llasting obligations for what Chamberlains Cough Remedy has done for our family We have used it in so many cases of coughs lung troubles and whooping coughs and it has always given the most perfect satisfaction we feel greatly indebted to the manufacturers of this remedy and wish them to please accept our hearty thanks Respectfully MRS S DOTY Des Moines Iowa For sale by A R Fisher Oloverport R A Shell man Stephensport Speaker Reed Retort Growing tired of his chair ono after noon Speaker Reed surrendered it to another member and sat down beside a western Democrat My what a largo hand you have remarked Mr need looking Intently at the enormous paw ot his Democratic friend who was writing a letter Yes sir said the member and I am proud of It I worked on a farm for so many years that my hands grew large as you see themt The speaker field up his small and shapely right hand smooth and white as a womans and sold Well I thank tho Lord I never worked on a farm Tho member replied You nro prob ably going to run for the presidency some time Mr Reed and If you do IU placard that statement all over the country And what could you do about- It The big fellow mused awhile and saidNothingexcept to brand yon as an infernal fartSuccess r A Frank Confeiitan An old Ulster woman who tins mMe money by selling whisky In a village on fair and market days was visited when she lay dying by a minister to whom sho epoforabout ber temporal aa well as her spiritual affairs And BO Molly said tho minister you toll mo you are worth all that moneyIndeed minister I am replied Mol ty And you tell mo continued tho minister seriously that yon mado It by filling the noggin V No na minister exclaimed the dy ing woman I made malat of ft by not flllln the nogglnl The Buckeye State whichjh 8 sheens ground on FlintjBlandpassed ownFxij day for Now Orleans BIRTHDAY I1 CELEBRATED Mr Gardner Hawkins Birthday Celebrated At The Home Of His Daughter Mrs L R Atkisson NINE GRAND CHILDREN WERE PRESENT One of the most enjoyable events of the season was the dinner given Mr Gardner Hawkins by his daughter Mrs L R Atkieaon on toe fifteenth of the present month it being the 74th aunt vereary of his birthday The party consisted of his nine grAndchildren The dinner was made up of all that goes to make a meal tempting good thingi enough to tickle the palate of a Vanderbilt The table was artistically arrang ed and covers were laid for ten Twc lovely bouquets of flowers were placed at either end of the long table In the cen ter was placed the large birthday cake looking like a little mountain of snow around the base of which were the words Grandfathers Birthday composed of evergreens on a white background At the plate of each of the little ones was a tiny snow white cake encircled by a green wreath the cakes bearing the Initial of each child Then there were candles nuta fruits and lemonade When dinner was announced the Grandfather led the way followed byes pretty a eot of little ones as is often seen Seated at one end of the table was the Grandfather next to him on hia right and left were his two oldest grand child dren Lslla Bille Hawkins and Hewit Dix Next came Pauline Hawkins and Cecil Dix then Harold Hawkins and Nancy Lee Hawkins and Gardner Hawkins Jr and Marion Dix At the Other end of the table seated in his high chair like one having authority was Sherman Hawkins the ten months old baby of Mr and Mrs Hewit Hawkins It was a happy occasion and only one thing marred the perfect enjoyment that beingtbe absence of one of the grand children Jamie Owen Hawkins who was off at cchool Each little ono brought hie dear grandfather a present in token of their great love for him among the many little presents was five dollars in gold from one of the little boye Mrs Atkisaon was assisted by her sIs- ter Mrs Uewit Hawkins in serving It was a day of great pleasure and will never be forgotten I think it is so nice for these milestones in our lives to be re membered and made a happy spot to which memory can turn with pleasant thoughtsHow memory will turn to the dear mother who has long been folded in her last sleep and how she alwayaremem bered our birthdays The cake might not have been better than other cake but the fact that it was our birthday cake gave it a flavor surpassing all others Years may pass and brothers and sisters may be scattered and far opart but the birthday will always bring a sweet re memberance and we feel that though separated the old time custom still holds away We should try to mark the WIth days of our parents and of our children It will leave a green spot in our mem ories that Is refreshing as an oasis in a desert I hope ouraged friend may live to enjoy many more such days as was this Mrs R B L Stephensport Ky The Health Problem Is much simpler than Is sometimes sup posed Health depends chiefly upon perfect digestion and pure blood and the problem ia solved very readily by Hoods Sarsaparilla You may keep well by taking it promptly for any stomach or blood disorder Its cures of scrofula salt rheum catarrh dyspepsia rheuma tram and other diseases are numbered by the thousands Tlie favorite Imily carthaitlo Hoods PplalztlIt I Saw Mill H L MdKJf Sons Ba 8situ ated on tho banks of tho t e upper part of town was struck by llghtn Ing and burned to tho ground about ten oclock Thursday night Ho estimates his loss to bo nearly 2000 with no insurance Charlie Berry spent Friday in Louie Mlle OAIIXORXADam tieitsKind YM Han Always frightt r CHURCHDEDICATION The Cumberland Presbyteriar Church Dedicated At Irving ton SundayI- MPRESSIVE r SERVICES P A Large Crowd Gathered To Di Honor To Such A Nota ble Event As was previously mentioned in the NEWS the dedication of the Cumberland Presbyterian church at Irvington oc curred SUUllayII The day could not have been a more ideal one as the ntmosrhericnudcUmat io conditions seemed tohave held itself in readiness for this memorable occasslon Husbands mothers amt children sweet heartland beauss were there inprofu sion People came frog all the adjacent towns numbering in alj 2000 It is not often tho case howevesit is truo bf thii church that it is free qf all indebted ness The organization has been of a short period and those who jvero Interest went to work with tho vim and detcnni nation of having a church to worship it of their own and it wasnt but a short while until the greater part of tho cost was raised Tho approximate cost of tho church is said to bo2000 Mr J K Bramlet Jrvingtons foro most contractor did tuXork and II must be acknowledged ttrot it is a fine piece of mechanism In dimensions it is S3 x CO A more beautiful site could not have been selected its location is in what Is known as the Woalln4djportion of Irvington being constructed ono mound slightly elevated with a pretty and pie turesque view of the entire town Tho writer was told that it is throngl the Dowels that this magnificent struc turo owos its existence but afterwards many others came to their assistance and with all hands together never allowed tho movement to got cold Dr W S Datiley pastor of the Oum borland Presbyterian church at Owens hero delivered the dedication sermon Many were unable to hear his dis course as the churoh was crowded early in the morning to its fullest capacity One who did hear him said 1 I have heard runny discourses at previom occasions of this character but novel yet have I had the pleasure of listening to such an able logical or more truthful one Some of tho limes wore overheard to say Thats my kind of a sermon and I do wish it could havo leer arranged so ovary person niighthavohac the opportunity of hearing it VMrs Lou Moremnn and Miss Kralli sang a duet entitled Gather the Fairest Rose Bud tho rendition of it was per feet and both were evidently at their best They arc possessed of strong cultivated voices and the good people of Irvingtoii should feel proud of having two persons in their midst endowed with such musical talent At ono oclock the spreading of table cloths began and it was noticeable to seethe broad smiles upon the countenances of a few Tho lunch was elegant and all who did not satiffy their appetite should havo given the highsIgnal In the afternoon Rev Danley delivered a beautiful sermon of which all spoke in high praise After this the congregation was dismissed Thou those who attended begun to depart for their respective homes WEST VIEW A large crop of tobacco was set last weekQuito a number went to Louisville last week Mr and Mrs E B Smith went to Bu ThursdayMr Laslio of Oloverport vie Hod hero Friday Mr Vanon Hunter clerked for 8 M Henninger last week Roy M W Bashom and wife visited his mother Thursday A good many of our young peoplo went to Irvington Sunday I Mr John Allen of Louisville camo down Saturday to see hiff wife I Mrs A A Smiley jvho has been yis iting at Horned returned homo Thurs dayJrrBI pe ffor everything good to eat H J C MARTIN I A Former Citizen Of This Town Succumbs To Death At Uniontown s HIS ILLNESS WAS OF BRIEF DURATION Uniontown Teleeram Mr John Car rol Martin one of Unlontowns oldes and best known cltlzjns died at his apartments in thin city Monday evening at 030 oclock after a brief Jllnesa The deceasedwas In the 70h year of his age and has been closely associated with the business interest of Uuioutown since first locating here in the year of 1870 Although quite an old man he was re Althoughhenumber ofyears he was thought to be hi comparatively good health Last week covJpstlontlgebeaway Monday evening as stated Ills remains were taken to Hawesville Tues byhIsOloverport and Mrs Victoria Hawkins of Birmingham Ala Sterling another son who lives in the west did not at tend the burial John 0 Martin was born in Stuben ville Ohio on the 21st day of August 1821 After gaining an excellent educa tion at Augusta College in Brackin county Kentucky he went to Cincin nati where he engages in business He remained in Cincinnati till 1839 when be fitted up a trading boat and started down the Ohio and on down the Missis sippi into the Gulf He continued in the store boating business until 1847 He then settled in Cloverport Ky and there engaged In merchandising until 1800 He moved to Hawesville in 1802 and there remained untll1874 when he went to Newburg Ind and remained there two years In 1870 he came to Uniontown where he has since resided a respected citizen The deceased has been connected in a business way with manv local enterprises At the time of his death he was acting as a pension agent for a number tf years he has done quite a large amount of business in this line The deceased is survived by a widow and three children The children are all grown and reside elsewhere Capt Martin as he was familiarly known in Uniontown will be missed by Isis many friends here and the memory of one who has so long been associated with this community will live on mid the scenes of his last days Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the larg est sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers and grand mothers never thought of using any thing else for Indigestion or Biliousness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostra tion 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 stimulate the nervous and organic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with head aches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form to make yousatisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you For sale byA R FISUKR School Board Meets At the meeting of the School Board Monday evening the following teachers were elected for the coming year Prof W B Maple principal Mrs Ella Gregory first assistant Miss Mary Moorman second assistant and Miss Ella Robertson primary room The success of our school for 1900 1001 is an assured fact from the begin nine as all of the teachers selected have taught here in the past and are much liked by all Clever Patrick In Town Mr Patrick Dillon of the firm of B F Beard Dillon d Co at Hardlnsburg passed through the city Tuesday Mr Dillon by close application to business has built up one of the largest Implement and blacksmith establishments in this section of the state I CASTORIAForI The Kind You Nay Always1 Bought Bears tho- BignatureI of most of all the in the and It your cakes bread etc it assures you alum and all forms of that go with the I I NMMMNNJLLL0ji ROYAL The absolutely pure BAKING POWDER ROYALthe Y baking powders worldcelebratedfor strength purity makes biscuit healthful against adulteration cheap brands PAGEr 74 celebrated Alum baking powden ere low priced nj dam costs but two cacti a pound t but slam Is a corrosIve poison and it renders the baking powder dangerous to uu In food ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK L PROGRAM Brcckenridge County Sunday School Con vention to be Held at Cloverport Ky June 14 1900 at The Baptist Church 0 n m Address of Welcome 015 Response John Hoswoll Jr I 030 What Constitutes a Good SuperintendeufV G Babbage 015 Tho Relation of the Homo to tho SuudajySchoolRov V Joiner 1010 What Sunday Schools Mean to the church Rev A Davies 1040 Decision Day Mrs W J Piggot 11 What Constitutes a Good Teacher F N DHny II 1115 How to Interest Adult Church Members Prof W B Maple DINNER 2 p in What Sunday School Means to the Pastor iJev J T Lewis 230 Best Method of Teaching n Primary Class and Primary Class I Drills Mrs W B Rutledge 3 Stato Sunday School Association Its ObjectsProf S Fox I 330 Reports of Schools pledges election of officers selection of place and dato of next meeting Any other business Adj Song 340 All Sunday Schools and workers are cordially invited to be present XX A Chilly Pair Drives Over The Country Mr C D Snow of Finley Ohio VII in town last week representing a paint establishment of that city He took in Patesville Pellville and Whitesville and was driven by Cloverports popular young liveryman Willie Halo Every one knows Willies great admiration for the feminine sex and Mr Snow returned delighted with his trip However if you look at it properly this combina tion even during the summer month makes a chilly couple BF Mouser druggist at Chetopa Kansas saysIII have the best sale on Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin ol any arti cle in my store So has Short d Hay nes It cures Constipation Indigestion Sl8k Headache andStomach Trouble Julius Slppel Surprises His Friends Mr Julius Sippel anti Miss Enuna Stites both of this city wero married at Now Albany Iud last Thursday morn ing in tho St Charles hotel by tho Rev Olokey pastor of tho Presbyterian churchThis wedding came na quite a surprise to tho people of this town Both contracting parties are welltodo and nro prctaluontly connoctodin this city The NEWS extends congratulations and wishes their union to be one of mu trial happinead 8 i f T A GIVES IT ALL Takes A Position As Cashier Otf The Spokaae Falls And Northern Railway The NEWS is in receipt of a letter from Mr George H Baker stating that he de sIres hIs paper to be forwarded to Nelcon British Columbia care of Spokane Falls and Northern Railway lie has been giv en the responsible and trustworthy place of cashier In this concern Mr Baker is a young man endowed with rare business trlent and Is ever on the alertto promote the wefare of his employers This extract is taken prom hIs letter which shows the high appreciation he has forthe NEWSIII am anxious to hear from my Kentucky friends and know your paper will give It all Ladles Reading Club Tho last regular meeting of tho Ladies Reading Olnb will be held at tho homo of Mrs John Allen Murray tomorrow afternoonAn feature of this entertain mont will bo a short informal talk on Art given by Miss Elizabeth O Alexan der Miss Alexander is ouo of onr most talented young ladles Sho has been studying Art In Cincinnati under the best of teachers for the past ibjv years andsho has n epeolally prepared talk on that Eubjootlhat she has given in other places with much success El r r I t THE BRECRENRIDQE NEWS WEDNESDAY JUNE 6 1906 SY THE GREAT NATIONAL OAJPAIGN On Tuesday Juno 10 about 20000 loyal and enthusiastic Republicans will gather In Philadelphia They will proceed in the deliberate manner of all largo bodies to nominate candidates for president and vice president Only about 000 of those present will be authorized delegates As many more will be alternates A hundred or BO will servo as officers of tho conven tion The other 18000 will stand around talk a great deal shout when ever there Is opportunity and add to the general pIcturesqueness and Impor tance of the affair This will be the twelfth national convention held by tho Republican par ty The first ono was held In Philadel phia as this ono will be That was in 1850 when John C Fremont wds nom n OEOnOE X WISWELt ISr 4Dtatarma1 inated Philadelphia has not had a Republican national convention slnco 1872 when Grant was unanimously re nominatedLike convention of 1872 It Is expected that the coming ono will be slmIply a gmnd ratification meeting which the McKinley administration will bo Indorsed and tho present chief executive named as a candidate to suc ceed himself Philadelphia wanted this convention so much that she pnld S100000 In cash and Is to spend nearly as much moro In entertainment One of the chief Items of expense Is the provision of the convention hall You may count on the lingers of one hand tho build ings large enough and at the sumo time suitable for accommodating a na tional political convention Chicago has one and New York has another but both these cities have come to tho conclusion that political conventions are expensive luxuries They do not payGenerally it has been found neces sary to put up a building especially for t THE REPUBLICANr u NATIONALI1 l CONVENTIO- NOF 1900 4BY SEWELL FORD export exposition ana not only possesses architectural attractions but Is solidly built The PhiladelphIans insist too that the big auditorium whIch- Is to be created under Its roof will have all sorts of desirable qualities The auditorium was originally used as the main exposition building and was divided Into several halls Out ol these the carpenters have constructed one mammoth hall with a floor space of 83500 feet and a seating capacity ol 13000 The floor will to elevated In tiers and there will be numerous large aisles There will also be committee rooms press bureaus and telegraph of fices It Is costing about 35000 to put the building In shape THO acoustics or the great building Which are already excellent will be further Improved by the erection of an Immense sounding board directly over the stage and experts claim that the hearing properties will then surpass those of any hall ever used for a simi lar purpose The new stage will be semicircular and raised In steps so that tho speaker may bo seen from any point In the Building the speakers platform being placed well forward The committee has also given care ful attention to tho matter of handling the crowds at tho hall and extensive arrangements are being made to In sure order to limit admission to thp building to those having credentials or tickets and to obviate all crowding or difficulty In reaching scats The delegates will bo arranged according to states each state having a Huparato section In tho center of which will rlso a big placard bearing the states name very much as sections are arranged at stock exchanges Provision Is made for a small army of newspaper men and telegraphers BO that tho will of the convention may be announced to tho country tho moment a platform Is accepted and candidates aro chosen The convention hall Is located at Thirtythird and South streets within 15 minutes ride of the heart of the city and surrounded by the various buildings of Philadelphias most noted soot of learning the University of Pennsylvania Only half a square away is tho magnificent University museum recently opened In memory of the late Dr Pepper and Franklin Held the scene of many hard fought Intercollegiate contests Is directly across tho street But a little farther removed are laboratories dispensaries hospitals and other buildings devoted to intellectual development National conventions are always cost ly It has been estimated that the people of the United States spend more than 10000000 once In every four years merely on the business of nominating presidential candidates This scums almost Improbable until you be gin to reckon up the various Items Let us say for example that 20000 Republicans will go to Philadelphia ENTRANCE TO PUILADELPmA AUDITORIUM convention purposes These tempora Each one will spend on nn average ry structures have often been barnllke f10 In car fare which considering the ramshackle affairs lacking ventilation round trip and the fact that they como acoustic properties and nil comfortable i itrow California from Maine and from qualities In them the delegates have i Texan Is conservative There Is nn sweltered and anticipated sudden death Ibm of 5JOOOOO ut once from collapsed walls It Is almost Supiwsc In the three or tour days wonderful that no serious accidents that they remain In the convention city havo ever marred any of tho big con they spend nn HVrrngo of 10 each ventions There you have 200000 more Hut the building In which Philadel Now take account of tho telegraph phia will house tho Republican dele tolls on tho columns of news dls gates Is said to bo well fitted for the I patches sent from the convention tc purpose and far more substantial than I every section of till country In 1SJX many structures formerly used for such I It Is estimated that the newspapers 01f purposes It was built for the National the country pal for their convention news 500250 and this d ry not In elude the salaries of tho rep rters These are only n tow of tho expenses but you can see how they toot up Yes we pay well for our political ex citement but where Is tbo economist who would suggest curtailing of ex penses What would be leave outl No we could not spare the big crowds the pages of printed reports the music Uio fireworks or the refreshments I PHESIDENT MKINLET I II These are the thing upon which par tlsan spirit fowls The machinery of a great political convention Is very simple In theory and very complex In practice- In theory you have tile nIne hundred and odd delegates who meet organize Into a body prepare a platform In which they sot forth tho political prin clples of tho pony and proceed to bal lot for candidates Tho man who gets the most votes Is chosen as the stand art bearer Why a schoolboy could understand that r nut actually a national convention Is something very different It Is much more subtle The Influence i which ono strong mind has over oth ers the evolution of an Intangible and unspoken sentiment Into n well defined movement the struggle of concentrat ed mental energy against a mass of unstable Individuality all these things enter Into tile doings of a political con vention Sometimes tho deep laid well matured plans of strong leaders plans which have lbeen months In thcu mold lag which have been pertoctc secret- lyI at midnight are forced upon the surprised delegates and driven through by sheer strength Then again It Is a half hysterical wo man who only jumps on a chair and shouts and waves her parasol while several thousand usually calm self lpossessed men are hypnotized Into following her lead Probably tho most unsubstantial honor and yet ono highly prized Is that bo stowed on tho chairman of a national convention In the first place tho honor Is brief Tho permanent chairman is not selected until the convention Is organized Then for n few bclef hours ho la much observed Ills namo Is on all tongues But then come tho nom lusting orators with their pyrotechnics of eloquence the fever Interest of tho balloting and before tho chairman real izes It tho great body which baa set him fort moment before tho country has done Its work and dispersed The really Important officer of the convention Is tho sergeant at arms Ho begins his work long before tho con ventlon meets and he Is a figure of prominence every moment It Is In sea shoo The chairman has almost no patronage at his command but this other functionary gives It out In chunks His title would be far more accurate were he termed the conven tions business manager Tho sergeant at arms Is appointed by the conventions subcommittee of the national committee All matters of gen oral convention policy aro discussed and settled by tho subcommittee but tho carrying out of the details Is Intrusted to the scrgeantatarms solely In short tho sergeant atarms Is In tho way of doing either n good deal of good or a good deal of harm according to his lights Financially his responsibilities are heavy slnco besides the largo amounts ho pays out In local expenses he has to arrange In n measure for the expend two of several times as much more and thus the total expenses of n con vention may be greatly Increased or decreased by tho sergennt at arms It certainly may be said with truth that ho must be a man of exceptional Judg ment great capacity and unusual ex ecutive force If tho duties of tho convention ser geantatarms were fully Indicated by tho foregoing paragraphs bo would bavo comparatively an easy time but his work would be only partially dono were ho to stop with getting the hall In good order and making the arrangements for the press Providing for the comfort and con venience of tho delegates Is really tho most Important of all his tasks This Involves arranglng tho seats in tho body of tho hall and tho galleries so that all shall bo satisfied and furnish Ing the various subcommittee rooms and tho like There aro tickets and badges to be printed and though you might not think It this is a job of no small magnitude Giving out tho con tract for printing tho tickets Is ono of tho first things attended to It has already been looked after by the lie publican sergeant ntarms of this years convention and probably by the corre spending Democratic functionary also ArrangvmeutH have nlso to be made by the Horsenntntnnns with tho hotels as to hcuffquartors for the various delegations and with the railroads concerning I rotes of fare and the running of spoclal trains Cordial relations must be cultivated with tho local police and tire departments and there are almost numberless other matters of detail that the conventions business manager must see carried through to a successful finish The appointing of assistant sergeants at arms Is by no means one of tho least of his troubles There are generally 150 of these at least appor boned among the various states and tho demand for places on tho staff of the conventions manager Is extremely lively Nominally be decides who shall serve but actually his decisions are based upon the recommendations of tho delegates Each of these Is al most sure to ashfor moro places than can be given and the sergeant atarms sometimes hits a hard time to avoid making enemies In rejecting those for whom places cannot be found Unllko the deputy sergeatftsatarms and tho doorkeepers tho ofllco help messengers watchmen and scrubwom en are paid for their services but the sergeantntarms himself receives no direct pay Ills expenses are borne by tho committee but ho goes through all tile work and worry of getting tho con vention preliminaries Into shape and keeping tho crowds In good order dur ing Its sessions for the honor there Is In It and tho wldo acquaintance It will give him among the prominent men of his own party Because of these things the place Is In great demand every four years and PERRY S HEATH Chalrain of coamltteo on ornnUiilan tad Ut eratute some of the liveliest fights In tho history of tho two national committees havo been waged over the conflicting titles of various candidates The man who will act as sergeant at arms for the coming Philadelphia con ventlon Is Mr George N WlBwcll of Milwaukee Oo has acknowledged ability for organization and executive work In tho handling of political con experlencedihadng at Chicago In 1888 at Minneapolis InI 1802 and at St Louis in 18JISergeant atarms Wlswcll will have tho assistance and advice of Colonel Swords who has probably had moro experience In the direction of conven tions than any other man In the coun tryAmong other members qf tho Republican national commlttco who will bo very much In evidence in Philadelphia during the convention is Major Chnrlca Dick Major Dick is at all times a busy man and he will bo very much so when the delegates aro assembled Just at present Dick Is major gen eral commanding tho national guard of Ohio chairman of tho Republican committee of the state tho representa tive from the Nineteenth or Garfield seclretnrycidentally It may bo observed that this active young man Is also a member of a law firm and docs his sharo of the work so that his two partners bavo no causo to complain If Senator Ilannas rheumatism puts a veto on tho presidents request that ho manage next years campaign It Is a moral certainty that Mr Mc KInley will ask Dick to undertake tho herculean task Even If tho senator remains at tho head of the committee tho ubiquitous and never ruffled Dick will bo tho chief of staff Ho will be the Kitchener of the campaign Dick was chief of staff In 1800 although nominally ho was but an assistant secretary of the national commIttee Wil liam McKinley Osborn now consul general at London held tho title Another member of the national Republican committee who will be In the forefront of things at Philadelphia In Juno Is First Assistant Postmaster General Perry 8 neath who Is chair man of the committee on organization and literature Mr Heath Is n well known newspaper man who Is slated for higher honors Then there will bo numerous old war horses who will be able to recall the early history of tile party Perhaps there may bo one or two present who were actual spectators of the events which occurred In Philadelphia In 1850 and which resulted In tho birth of the Republican party The conven tion which nominated John C Fremont was much unlike a modern na tional convention In the first place there were less than 000 delegates as sembled and they by no means repro seated the whole country The Issues which then made politics so stirring have been so long dead that they have almost been forgotten At tho beginning of the year 1850 there were four parties in tho eastern states the Democrats tho Whigs the Know Nothings and tho Republicans Tbo Whigs and Democrats Inclined to unite against the Republicans who were fast gaining strength Most of tho Know Nothings joined tho Repub henna In tho west except In Ohio where the Whigs still prevailed the parties were Democratic and Republic J OF THE an In the south tho American party absorbed tho Whig strength The flrst Republican convention was anomalous In American history Its delegates were not chosen by nny set rule and no regard was paid to thu number of votes to which state was entitled All the northern states were I represented John C Fremont was nominated for president An Informal baUot was taken for vice president It resulted In 250 for William L Day ton of New Jersey 110 for Abraham Lincoln of Illinois Mr Dayton was then unanimously nominated The selection of Fremont was due to his previous nomination by tho seced ing Know Nothings Tho Republican platform denounced slavery and de manded that Kansas bo admitted as a free state Perhaps the greatest surprise over sprung on a Republican convention was the discovery of Lincoln Up to within a few months of tho convention It was a foregone conclusion that Sow ard would bo tho nominee There was noise talk ot Lincoln for second place Then tho Rail Sputter was Invited to go east and make an address to tho New York Republicans Even before Seward made his an nouncement of tho coming conflict Lin cola had declared In a speech that this nation could not exist half slave half tree 1 do not expect to see the Union dis solved sold be but I do expect that will become In tho end either nilIlIt or all free And In this homely sentence ho had conveyed to hIs party In the west more forcibly perhaps than Seward had the same truth which was In the mind of eachStrange and uncouth looked this man of tho prairies to tho cultured people of New York but they listened to his Inspired words and were won over When the convention met In Chicago May 10 I860 tho delegates wero very much split up with Seward In the lead As the balloting progressed however tho states swung Into line for Lincoln Occasionally a political convention furnishes a stirring and dramatic sceno which Is long remembered It Is not often that they are entirely dull The coming gathering In Philadelphia prom 1UJOR CIUBIES DICK Sccrettiy of national Republican committee Ises nothing like the battle royal which was seen at Cincinnati In 1870 when Dlalne and Conkllng faced each other on the platform as they had often faced each other on the floor of congress Never were more brilliant nominat ing speeches made That of lager soil In which lie named the Plumed Knight of Maine Is counted among the political classics IIt was at this con vention that the Cameron forces were held so strongly together that when Indiana gave her voto to Ilnyes at tho I fifth ballot the stampede of delegates I followed and the dark horse came un der thowlro- IrI The Republican convention of 1000 will be more apt to reproduce s no thing of the scene at Chicago when in 1808 Grant was first nominated The Grant convention was full of tho ent- husIasm that must Inevitably associ ate with the name of the victorious general of a great war There was no contest and tho spectacle was rather a mass meeting to celebrate the restoration of the Union and the end of the term of the almost Impeached Johnson than a convention of a political party For hours the vast assembly did lit tie but stand on Its feet and cheer and sing patriotic songs Old Jesse Grant father of tho general stood near the front of the stage tho tears coursing down hIs cheeks witnessing the short fication of his son Only once In tho historyI of Repub Bean conventions has that scene been equaled and that was In Minneapolis In 1802 when more than 10000 people cheered for n full half hour as they chanted with a pretty woman stand INTERIOR CONVENTION RALLtit a ing on a choir and beating time tha t familiar slogan of- nlalne DUlne JameiO Blaincl And tho delegates after they had shouted themselves Into an exhaust condition In repeating tho namo oII Elaine voted for Harrison when the tlmo came This year there will bo more than unusual Interest In the contest for second place on tho ticket Wo are conI stantly told that tho vice president I a Is mere figurehead and that tho senate rostrum Is tho top shelf of political oblivion Yet there Is never a Lick 01 aspirants for this discredited post Ai a matter of fact there aro few meD whoso political ambitions aro so loft that they would scorn tho vlco preslI dency so wo may expect a lively scramble for the place There Is also certain to bo a livedy Interest In the building of tbo platform No party was over BO wholly united that varying Ideas as to party polls havo been eliminated There are al ways radicals and conservatives Beat Philadelphia there is bound to bi much talk about tho planks which gc to mako up tho platform What will bo the nature of tho dra matte sceno which will make this con vcntlon unlike all others No one car telL For this reason the country a largo waits with interest the turnlnjta aof that leaf ot 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tftI t tt- jj 1 t r I t i tii tir P i NI NII I t I 1t 1F t Ii i I I I fr 1 i i Is t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JUNE 6 19003rY I J J 1 a k i Ii I II L h I Itl D 1 s I l er er trIf el 11l n 1 1rs rss tI- f I I I tI tI tI tt- Ij I r sr t t r r n- Y r t HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEWS Wonderful Calculating Pencil I al 4 of is of be in A 25 15 For by the Ky BIG Frank Hardin went to Vine Grove Suns 3 Ben Olarkson was in Louisville ast week Born to the wife of Claude Meyer on the 24th a Tom Dnrbta Alfred Taylors house at Ouster Miss Lill Olarkaon was in Louisville for the reunion Mrs Hines Is visiting her married ter Robt was here last week with his line of samples John Morris went to the city last Wed needay and returned that night Nell Blakely of Louisville is here with her cousin Mrs James flamed Dr Strother and Miss Mary McMeador made a flying trip to Ouster last week Mr Guy Meador attended the com l exercises at Lynland last week Mr Babe Smith and family visited Mrs of Ouster J Sunday I Dr Btrother andsister were the guests of the Misses of lest Friday f Mr Henry Hardin who travels for Simmons Hardware Oo of St Louis is r at home for a few days r H Meyer and John D Meador were at last to attend the funeral of Mrs Abe Carlton t Mrs Ben Olarkaon was preeent at the exercises at Hampton t oghti p evening Mrs Ellen Scott alter a lingering illness of several months died Saturday May t 96th and was burled Sunday Mr andMrs Dock of Ouster were here Sunday the guests of her par i ante Mr and Mrs 0 0 Martin Mr and Mrs Henry Ament of Stevens burg were here visiting Mr and Mrs last Thursday and Friday H Meyer and family Miss ward John Meador and John Garter were the gawte of Daniel Trent near Caster last f Grainger of GaUatn Tens rep R was the guest of Dr Strother last Thurs day night Scott and Mr andyo r Mr and Mrs Harry Mrs Tom Scott of Vine Grove wereI here Sunday to attend the burial of their 4 Mother Mrs Ellen Scott f That tired haggard look Is due to the nerves They starved Tone Them and the whole system will at oaoe take OB new life and Increased yicr or Walkers Tonic theI and feeds to these I It gives vigor vim and vitality to system Tutor You know that InI countries such as ours a man isI only allowed one wife Now what Is that stale of things called Papil I know The pencil that figures with a twist of the wrist That figures than you can and never makes a mistake That Calculates from 1x13 to 12x24 in the twinkle of an eye That gives you hundreds upon hundreds with the and accuracy of an expert CALCU LATINGPENOIL Can you tell as quickly as this hbw much is or 9 at 180 cost or how 3 per cent of 1617 is etc It is a little says the Pitts burg Press It is a of mechanism and has a deal of ourIOUS says the Traveler An of the greatest says the ouths Companion CAN YOU BEAT IT Aluminum and attached to a pencil standard quality Fits any lead pencil Is also a pencil point protector a pencil lengthener and eraser Can carried Ithe vest pocket regular cent article Special introductory price Sale BRECKENRIDGE Cloverport SPRING dayMr son iapalntlng sla Lodlburg- Mk McQuffin lJ mencement Hardaway neighborhood Haulberts Bhineyvllle Hawesville Thursday commencement Wednesday Springate Richardson Mu Publishing Company all are np recuperates nourishment thViyhole Christian Monotony quicker anything of calculations swiftness THE NEWS pencil llx24 dozen much truly wonder marvel ingen excited interest amcung Boston article education merits Made pure common cents NEWS SuD enUnaSanders coarse VALUABLE1DOQ PASSES AWAY About one month ago there departed from this community a dog of remarka ble ancestry He was possessed of won derful vivacity and looked upon by his associates as the KinK of all dogs His name was Daniel which indeed was very appropriate Aa a bird dogjin the field he had few equals In color he was white with pretty black spots covering his bodyIEngineer ofj the Henderaon route thought as much or more of Daniel as of any of his belongings His death was caused from a severe attack of diatom per When this canine died there were none left in this country tot fill his place Mothers who would keep their chil dren in good health should welch for the first symptoms of worms and remove them with WHITES DREAM VERMI FUGE Price 25 cents The Packet Company Branching Out In This City The Louisville do Evansvllle Malt Line Company has rented of Mr Frank Fralzo the tobacco factory which latands near the wharf for a period of years The Company will commence repair- Ing and remodeling the building which will be used for the purpose of an office waiting room and storage house Dont let your diarrhoea reach the chronic stage Cure it with Dr Bells Anti Pain the greatest cure on earth for Colic Cholera Diarrhoea and all Inter nal and external pains A Banker and Statesman Dead Col Hubert P Potter of Bowling Green died last week at the home of his father in law the Hon James A McKenzie at Oak Grove He died from kidney trouble He was a prominent banker and extensively known all over the state Col Potter was a member of the following secret orders Elks Knights of Pythias and Knights Tem- plar Accommodating Dlaeaaei Perhaps the record for school attendance belongs to a Walworth lad named Thomas Ward who was never absent or late during his 11 years of school life beginning with his fourth year The local member of the school board for London tells the story that when the proud boy received the attendance medal for the eleventh year which bad to be specially struck to meet his case the mother was questioned as to how her boy had been able to make so remarkable a record Has ho bad the usual children complaints she was asked Yes sir The measles Yes sir- Whooping cough 7- I Yes sir How Is It then that bo has never been away from school Well sir he had them In his holi days was the Interesting reply Westminster Gazette i ROBERTS BOTTOM Success to the school Summer visitors are arriving- R D Hamilton has purchased new binderFarmers are getting ready for wheat harvestMany One tobacco plants have been set since the rain Emts English spent several days in Louisville this week Bornto the wife of Berle Rayborn May 25th a daughter Mrs Sam Dix who has been dangerously ill Is slowly recovering Corn was much benefited by the recent rains and is looking fine Sunday school at Roberts school house every Sunday at three oclock Miss Medora Oaldwell will teach the public school at Shiloh this fall1 Miss Dee Buham of Sample has ap plied for the fall school at this place Mrs Louis Wegenaat and aunt of Louisville are visiting Mr and Mrs Andrew Wegenast- MrsFrankLacy and children of Hop klnsvllle are dally expected to visit her parents Mr and Mrs H S English- L T surreyRwagonbutand they meet with Dr Milliners luck breakIng two buggies In one week they will not have their vehicles long GARRETT We have had a good rain Louisvillelast May30thBeulah Dowell spent Sunday with Nettle Foushee Felix Meyer of Buras la here for a few days this week Dr and Wilbur Wlllitt visited their parents recently JakeBuuge4May VlsltInlDick Brown and family spent Sunday with W B Mattlnnly and wife Mr and Mrs Allen Sanders were the guests of Wm Tindall and family Sun dayMiss Dora Funk spent a few days last week at Hill Grove the guest of Ida B Shacklett Mrs A L Wilhite and Mert Miles were tho guests of Jim Foushee and family Friday night 0 H Lane and wife Bathe Hender son Ethel Fairlelgh Ben Lewis and Casper Funk spent Sunday with John Funk and family oA m ifonxj Beantllt LsiTto Kind Yw Have JUwajs Benefit IiIpame lIdtloof One Was EnongTi That Illustrious astronomer Professor Slmcn Newcomb In an article on Science and tho Government In The North American Review gives an amusing Instance of tho Ignorance oven of tho most prominent politicians regarding tho work of tho greatest scien tistsIt Is said that some CO years ago the British academy had printed a few cop lea of an Important work for presenta tion to some foreigners who from their prominence in the scientific world were best entitled to be honored with the gift Professor Airy the astronomer royal was requested to make a selec tion of tho names A few days after ho had sent In his list ho was informed by tho secretary of tho admiralty that my lords were struck by tho number of unknown names Included and that they wished to make an Inquiry on the subject Airy asked the secretary fox some specifications as to tho names referred to- IRell as an example sold the sec retary hero Is the name of Professor C P Gauss of Gottlngen Who Is ho7 I Gauss Is ono of tho greatest math ematicians of tho ago and stands among the two or three most eminent masters In physical astronomy now liv ing Who else do you wish to know about V No ono elso That will do replied the secretary KnifeIThe flood on the For the last ten years said a cu rlo denier In tho Old Quarter a broad bladed dagger with an Imitation bronze handle has been lying among a lot oi odds and ends In that corner showcase I dont know where It camo from but I probably got It when buying some collection At any rote tho other day while looking over my dead stock II occurred to me It might bo burnIShed up and used as a paper knife I tool It out scraped the handle a little to see what It was made of and then laid 1It on my desk to attend to a customer When I picked It up again I was astounded to find the blado dripping with blood It seems a childish thing to toll but the Incident was so growsomo and apparently InexpUcable that It set mi trembling like a leaf In a moment however my common sonso came to tho rescue and what proved to bo the correct explanation flashed Into my mindIt was a trick dagger for ueo either on the stage or In somo secret society mummery and tho hilt contained a hidden reservoir for artificial blood In scraping tho side I had pressed a spring which opened a little valve and out camo tho gore still fluid attar all theso years I afterward found that tho top unscrewed for replenishing the supply Now Orleans TimesDemo crat Ded Wo cannot tell with any certainty when the first portable furniture was Invented and to JUdgo by tho ark as it survives among our children Noah was either Ignorant of such things or and more probably denied himself their use for tho time being In order to leave more room for to animals But long before Cowpor somewhat apologetically sang tho sofa nomot was proud to enumerate tho cherished and decorated pieces of furniture In the tents of the heroes before Troy and described Odysseus pleasure m seeing onto more his own beautiful bed as sympathetically as any other Incident of the return while that bo had a second best bed Is one of the very few personal facts wo know regarding our Shakespeare Shades of Ulysses and Bhakeepcaro A bed was a bed then In Greece a couch worthy of a hero In England a miniature stago of Ufo with Its tap estried roof and hangings and curtains that rose or tell with fitting pomp on the great scenes of tho domestic dra ma Chambers Journal Tales of the Note Indented nostrils evidence meanness wide nostrils a spendthrift A Up jut ting out far from tho taco Is a token ol vulgarity refinement being tho pos session of tho owners of noses that do not stand out far at the end An aqut Una bond denotes firmness of will and souse of Justice the long narrow bridge proclaims a fastidious self sufficient yet often tender nature All thi active qualities combatlvenesa eager ness passionate temper power of ha trod Jealousy ambition go with the moro common typo Of Roman nose The Greek form on tho contrary telli of artistic capabilities and lovo of In animate beauty Rough on nu Lordship A carpenter In an English town hav Ing neglected to make a gibbet that had been ordered by the hangman on the ground that ho had not been paid for the last one bo had erected gave so much offense that the next time the Judgo camo to tho circuit he was sent forFellow said tho Judgo In a stern tone how came you to neglect milk lug the gibbet that was ordered on mj accountI beg your pardon replied the carpenter Had I known it had been for your lordship It would have been done Immediately Mutual Sympathy CollectorIm sorry Mr Slowpay but your tailor has put his account against you into my hands for collec tion Mr Slowpay Ho has eh Do you work on a commission basis- CollectorYes sir Mr Slowpay Then Im sorry tot you Chicago News Charge Your lawyer mado some pretty se veto charges against the other fellow didnt hor1 Yeos but you ought to see how ha charged mol Grten Bag Job Printing done at this office on short notice Sores and UlcersETHE orENDANSERThat old sore or ulcer which has been a source of pain worry and anxiety to you five or ten yearsmaybe longerdoesnt heal because you are not using the proper treat LIFEpainm I is in the blood and far beyond me reach 01 external Bp A sore heals promptly when the blood is in good maU0I15Ii I tendency of these old sores and ulcers is to grow worse spreading and eating deeper Into 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LAXATIVE 11 SYRUPNATURES CONSTIPATION I Is made from the chol test extracts of vegetables and fruits contains no InJ- urious drugs and Is the best pre scription that can be co mpounded for the cure of Constipation Biliousness Sick Headache Nervousness and to dispel Colds and Fevers It drives out all Impurities of the blood and makes the complexion clear f anylaxativeyouridrUgglst ptISaw w For Salt by SHORT IIAYIUH CLOVKRPORT KT r U r I Icl 75 e I iI ii- r ia ib i r i 1i 1 rr- b J r i t r l Ir 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JUNE 6 1900 r BRECKENRIDGB NEWS Jao D A V 0 Babbage Editori and ProprUVr CARDS OF MASKS write How eared for a- INrateaf 10 tests per lilt OCITUAK1ES thargeJ fsr at the ralI theeal- Qerliam KQXE 19 ADYAXCB WEDNESDAY June 0 1000 TUB magistrates courts begin nut week The XBWBMAS will be on band aa ueual TUB state of Oregon gate her nena Republican majority in a etate election held last Monday THE ElizibeVhtow District Conference convenes todav at Iivington Bishop Morrison will preside TUB wheat and apple crop in Mead county are botb good and the farmers up there are not grumbling JEFF ST HETT our neighbor who makes the Plaindealer go spent tae week greeting old friends of Morgan command t LOUISVILLE is getting all the good things this spring RinglingBros will exhibit their big circus there the 21st of June TUB Pamunkv tribe of Indians will hold a reunion June 6th at a barbecue on the spot where John Smith was cap tured TAYLOR is in the hands of his party i he will be a candidate for the office of Governor or not just IU the political leaders think best GEN JOSEPH H LEwlS announces that he will be a candidate lot the Demo cratic nomination for Governor Judge W B Smith of Richmond has also ah pounced for the place NOWTUAT we are to have another election for Governor it is presumed as a matter of fact that y onnj Mr Beck ham will be given the nomination for this distinguished poiltiou by the Demo crate of Kentucky But there are other men who would be more axceptable to the party than Mr Beckham We might be permitted to suggest Mr Ems of Owensboro Judge Goodnight or Judge Pryor THERE has been considerable talk about the condition of the wheat crop in this and adjoininz counties but just now it is hard to tell just how it wLl turn out The price of wheat seems to stand at about one figure and it has been there for some time The farmers would like to see a change of course but it is hard to tell when it will take place Some of the foreign countries produce a large supply of the worlds wheat and so long as they continue to produce big crops our market price will not change THE reunion of confederate soldiers in Louisville last week was productive of a new organization that of the Veteran Confederate Chaplains Association This step has been under consideration for sometime and its completion is due to the efforts of the Rev J W Jones of Richmond Va who is the father of Rev Carter Helm Jones of Louisville and Chaplain General of the Confeder ate Veterans Association under General Gordon The object of this association will be the bringing together in a social way the ministers who served in the civil war OAXNIXQ factories are attracting much attention in the south The resources of the southern states are inexhaustible and of a varied character aid moneyed men all over the union are investing some of their wealth in southern enter pite Legislation Is growing more and more liberal and with such splendid opportunities for all enterprises men are combining buaSngaa nbjljjy and fndus try with surprisingly good results Let us get in the swim and make Cloverport one of the foremost towns In the state Our opportunities and ability are above the average We lack cograge or enterprise which 1 Let us make it worth the while of some mannfactury to locate here and we and the whole surrounding country will reap the prosperity we so much want Tuts from the Courier Journal is worth rtpeating The labor problem would be easily solved if the population that congests the cities could bo induced to return to the farms where the field for the creation of wealth is still un crowded where the air is pure and sweet and the hours of toil such as God makes them Seriously speaking there is no field for the average man that pays him so surely and so well as the primal one Prices at times are low but the farmer can always live in peace and plenty and need never fear ejectment by hlsllandlord The small cottqn planter of the south and the small wheat grower of tha West are in positions of infinite superiority if they but utilize their opportunities to the laborer killed or unskilled of the city And while day labor on the farm is poorly paid as compared with the high wages of workingmen In the cities the enumer ation Is sure and there Is always the chance for independent work on ones one account No occupation in the world requires eo little capital and so little risk as agriculture and all the homilies that can be Impressed upon the great body of laborers have no practical wisdom comparable with the advice of Horace Greeley to go west and grow up with the country Things have changed since his day but what he said is still true THE 1EW YORK DELEGATES The New York Democrats are going to the Kansas City convention support- Ing Mr Bryan for the Democratic nomi nation for President In 1800 the poll ticlana of the east end the business men of the east were opposing Mr Bryan be cause of his pronounced views In favor of the free coinage of silver The money question we are told this year is to bo laid aside because the pre sent financial policy of the government seems to bo running satiefactorally to the business intoreata of the country A lot of delegates will co to the convention therefore opposed to making this feature of the platform a prominent issue in the campaignMr may not be in favor of such a policy but he will likely be governed by the wishes of his party In this respect In 1896 the money question was discus sed in all of its phases the party follOW- Ing Mr Bryans free silver views and the result was a national defeat Realizing these facts the New York delegates will go to the convention in sisting on a compromise of the financial question or that at least it be made a minor issue in the campaign In this waythey hope to unite the party again and stand some chance of winning the election The support which will pome tto the party from the east under these conditions must be quite apparent so Hkewiie froma large disaffected element from other poin sIIt ifl perfect folly for Democrats to al ways beat outs among themselves The thing tddo is forthem to unite Let them make a platform that will satisfy both factions otherwise McKinley will be his own successor JAMES IRE LAND Has Passed Through A Cen tury Should He Live Until Jan 1I1901 He Will Have Lived In Three Centuries U W4 1 Mr James Beatty Ireland of Skillman celebrated his 103rd birth day last Mon day June 4th He was born in Nelson county June 4th 1707 and has lived In Hancock county for a pericd of sixty years His health Is remarkablygood anJhla mind Is as clear and active as that of a man of forty years of age ti He takes a great deal of interest in public affairsarid discusses them with intelligence Three years ago Mr Irelands birth day was celebrated In a grove near Skill man by a large number of friends Few would have believed he would be liv ing and active three years afterward At this celebration there were men pres ent whoee ages ran from 50 to 75 who have passed away At the present condition of Mr Irelands health there isnt any reason why he may not live many years yet Would Not Suffer 10 Again For Fifty Times Its Price I awoke last night with severe pains in my stomach I never felt so badlyIn all my life When I came down to work this morning I felt so weak Icould hard ly work I went to Miller McOurdys drug store and they recommended Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It worked like magic and one dose fixed me all right It certainly Is the finest thing I ever used for stomach trouble I shall not be without it in my home hereafter for I should not care to endure the sufferings of last night again for fifty times its puceG H Wilson Liveryman Bnrgettstown Washington Co Pa This remedy is for sale by A- iL Fisher Cloverport R A SheJlman Stephensport i I t American Beauties There are none fairer or sweeter the world over Unfettered arid untram meled the American woman queens it as does po other- woman in the world Yet her very energy and ambition are of ten times her un doing She at tempts too much Uer nealth is un dermined And goesbeauty The use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov ery reestablishes the health It ofIthelion and nutria tion and assures perfect assimila tion of food and the proper nour ishment of the body It in bloodIsupply inputiftes the ayatem andn cloud the complexion ColWxnery Favorite Prescrlptlon andPlw at Pellet cured me when octor and otbe a1rlfue1untoldever getting well I could tot lie down to alPo std erenrthlrg I sre would almott death Wu wry lIenOII aDd colli ltralywali- acron when J commrasedtalking1bNemedktocoai- srats cxx I now weign one hundred and forty nevnlimeIt Itfl1lttu1ud toy cAuJud I hue taken fiftet bottlea each of ltuCftpUoIi IJbcotl7 and Pellets Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets act gently but effectively Women value them GLENDEANE Vennle Moorman is sick Claude Mercer came down from HArd insbur Monday on business Mrs Jim Payne of Harned spent last Reek with hot elster Mrs Joe flatting Robert Moorman wIll come from Lex- Ington this week for his summer vaca Lion Styles Howard returned from Leafing ton Saturday where he had be n at school Mrs Willie OWEn went to Rockjale Mohdaytosee her daughter Mrs Joe Howard Misses May Dempster and Nannie Fisher were visitors at Falls of Rough Monday Hard rain one night last week damaged corn and tobacco in low lands by overflow Messrs W 0 Moorman and Jeff Owen and their wives spent Sunday at Mr J T F Owene Fird Owen went to Leltclfisld Sun day to htar Sam Jones who preached there Monday Miss Mary Jarhoe of Cloverport Is boarding with Mrs Cuitis and attend ing Utopia a ffew weeks Mrs Billy Mattingly went to Powers Station Davies county Monday to eee her brother who is very 1H Miss Mary Moorman of Cloverport is visiting out here She is ependlng this week with Misses Lutie and llallie Moor manA cow with twin calves is a poor dependence for milk Mr Powell recOg nizes this and is out trying to buy an otherA smoothed fenced marble yard near the creek has a great attraction for a considerable number ot men and boys now- Miss Hallie Moorman and her visitor from Cloverport will attend commencement exercises at Hardinsbure Wednes day night Miss Mary Corbet and two children of St Augustine Florida comes this week to visit at Dr Dempsters D 0 Moor mans and other places Muse Mary Moorman went to Russell ville last week to attend commencement exercises and to accompany her sister Muse Nellie home Census enumerators Gid Ball and Phelps Walker have been in town They take different sides of the rail road Mr Walker has the McDanlels side KEITH REELECTEDTAX Water Works Electric Light Plant Colored ichool House Question The discussion of water works and electric light plant came before the City Council Monday night Tho Clover port Electric Light Company represent ed by J P Morton put in a bid for the franchise This matter was referred to the Mayor who appointed the entire council to act in conjunction with him subject to a call meeting at some future time All claims and accounts were al lowed also the interest on the railroad bonds All councilmen were present with the exception of Harris and Mat tinglyClarence Keith and Marshal Hall were the only applicants for City Tax Collec tor for the ensuing year A vote was taken and Keith received a majority of 0 votes Councilman IlcOracken made a nralfon Investigate the negro school question which matter will come up at the next meeting i JOLLY STATION t W L Frank west to Leltcbfield Sun dayMr Gld Ball hasheen appointed Can BUB enumerator of this district Misses Josie Yeager and Essie Bohler of Cloyerport are visiting Mrs Josephine JollyEveryone and his cousin took advan tage of the cheap rates to Louisville last week Rev Shacklett filled his appointment here Sunday and preached a very inter eating sermon Miss Beatrice Bates of Hardlnsburg came down Sunday to visit her mother Mrs John Bland Mrs Clara May Patterson Hardlna burn Is visiting her sister Mrs Nettle Ball Of this place Mrs MiUon Coke of Hardlnsbnrg who has been visiting friends here re turned home Sunday The wheat crop is greatly damaged In this section by the Hetsaln flyt and the recent heavy rains Mieser Hallie Lntie and Mary Moor man and Mr HarryStum Glendeane at tended church hero Sunday- It seems to be a common belief that hypnotism is a science that cannot be understood by so called ordinary people Whether this is true or not I am not prepared to say but there is a science of mind that all may understand Brainwaves as science terms them travel the same way es sound waves Mental Telegraphy ia an established tact but there Is yet a higher law the law of vibration Are any ot the readers off the NEWS interested in the Metaphysical Sciences It Is an interesting and an endless subject Mr and Mrs Josh Berbige and faintly of Florida are visiting her parents Mr andMr8ThomuMcQuady of this place Mr Berbage moved from this place to Florida five years ago He Jis engaged in the saw mill industry and likes the country very much He reports everything in a prosperous condition BLOOD POISON CUBED BY B B B Bottle SentJree to Sufferers Deepseated obstinate cases tho kind that has resisted doctors hot Bpringspat ent medicine treatment quickly yield to B B B Botanic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for 30 years B B B has cured such Indications as mucuous patches in the mouth sore throat erup tions eating sorer bone pains itching skin swollen glands stiff Joints copper colored spots chancres ulceration of the body and In hundreds of cases where the hair and eyebrows have fallen out and the whole skin was a mass of boils pim plesand ulcersthls wonderful specific baa completely changed the whole body In to a clean perfect condition free from eruptions and skin smooth with the glow of perfect health B B B is the only known perfect cure for blood polt on So sufferers may test DB B and know for themselves it cures a trial bottle will be sent free of charge- B B B for sale by druggists at SI per large bottle or C large bottles full treatment g5 For trial bottle address BLOOD BALM CO 315 Mitchell Street Atlanta G- aFresh Eggs This Morning Jesse Moorman has long sines gained the reputation of being one of OlovAr ports most accommodating and congenia clerks He is possessed of wonderful Wit and humor and always has a bright sod catchy answer to any question put to him A lady of prominence of this city en ired the store where Mr Moorman was employed and asked him Have you any eggs this morning Instantly he replied Wo have and all were laid early this moning The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist The DlKoyerer ot Swamp Root at Work U Eli Laboratory There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so decep tive Many sudden deaths are caused by Itheart disease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble Is allowed to ad vance the kidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by celt Then tho richness of the bloodthe albumen leaks out and the sufferer has Brlghts Disease the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the new dis covery Is the true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands Of apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts have failed Atdruggists In fiftycent and dollar sizes A Sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling about SWamp Root and Its wonderful cures Address Dr Kilmer CoVPlrighamton N YV and mention this paper T i HARDINSBURG Miss Georgia McOary is visiting iin LouisvilleThe Conference convenes today at Irvington Mlsa Tnla Daniel will return home the last of this month The County Teachers Institute will beheld here beglulng July 23rd Dr Clarence Harned and wife arrive last Saturday night from Oklahoma Miss Ava Board contemplates a vIsit to Illinois and expects to spend the summer Olate Beard went to Owensbofo last Sunday to serve on the Jury in the Federal Court Mr Irvn Payne of Harned has rente the Hoben property and will move bere inn few weeks Rev F M Petty was called to Mt Zion last Sunday evening to conduct a funeral service Mrs Hattie Walker arrived last Satur day night from Montana to visit her mother Mrs Richard May The graduation examination for Common school diplomas will be held hereon the 28lh and 29th of June The young lady friends of Miss Lottli Sherman will be glad to learn that Bht has returned here to remain until fall Capt Henry Riley of col was lodgei in Jail last week for failing to pay a tint assessed again it him In the Police Court Mrs WalterCampbell and children of Huntington West Virginia arrived last week to visit her mother Mrs Bow mer The competitive examination for the four years appointment to the A and M College Lexington will be held here June 23rd The Cumberland telephone company placed two new boxes here last week one in the sheriffs office and one at A M Kincheloea drug store The local lodge of Red men are ar ranging to give a big Fourth of July cele brationhere An interesting program will be arranged for the occasion Uncle Jimmle Gainey attended the Confederate Reunion at Louisville last week He Is 03 years of age and was probably ono of the oldest confederates there A crowded house waa at the 31 E Church South last Sunday morning tc witness the Childrens Day exerciser The program was well arranged and the children sang and recited beautifully Tne public collection amounted to 912 At the late examination of Bchbo teachers held here there were seventy six applicants for certificates Out of this number nine received first class certificates twentysix received second class and three third class There were thirty eight who failed altogether After on Illness of several months Miss Effie Smith died at her mothers residence In this place last Friday The burial took place at the Catholic Ceme tery on Saturday morning A large num ber of friends attended the funeral eer vice conducted by the Rev Father GabeThe relatives and friends of Mr and Mrs Ed Wright in this place will regret to learn of the death of their little babe which occured in Louisville last Friday Mrs Wright has been here all the spring and the death of her child followed shortly after her return home Her sister Miss Tida Mercer went up to attend the funeral service Last fall Isprained my left hip while handling some heavy boxes The doctor- I called on said at first it was a slight strain and would eoon be well but it grow worse and the doctor then said I- bad rheumatism It continued to grow worse and I could hardly get around to work lI went to a drug store and the druggist recommended me to try Cham erlaina Pain Balm I tried it and one half of a 50cent bottle cured me entirely I now recommend it to all my friendsF A BABCOCE Erie Pa It Is for sale by A R Fisher Oloverport R S Shellman Stephensport MATTINGLY Success to the NEWS v Mrp James Perkins la on the sick list Farmers are almost through planting tobacco Rev Goff filled his appointment at isgah Sunday May 27th Mr W I Tanl and family were the quests of his parents Mr and Mrs W B Taul Sunday Quite a number of people from Plegah tnd from this place attended the Deco ration services Sunday May 27U IOOD WORK FOR THE TAX PAYERS OF MEADE Judge 6 P Woolfolk Sheriff ELa- gan Rev A B Leltchfield and J H- IYertt Jra committee appointed by the Fiscal Court to go before the state Board of Equalization on behalf of the taxpayers of Meade county were aucceaefal In securing a reduction from that board which will amount to something near Is00Nto the tax payers This la good work for the committee and the taxpayers ought to be thankful ffor it v womans Niutiiniare l i f hwomanahaneseanbecompletewlthoutchbdreniI It li j through which the must pass rU to h pain and danger that theveryrt it ht filb her withhomjr There U no necessity far the ordeal of child birth to be either painful or danger otu The use of MOTHERS FRIEND durin I sop-atoparestheeystemforheeventthatitasstelypassedwithout of women through this great crista without ItIfIering alld tbey declare It A godsend to women Send for tree took contalnla InformatiOn of pttaiaavalue Addreu Lradfield Regulator Co Atlanta Ca I The Man Who Cares- Nothing for style aIs just as much interested in KENDALLS FINE 350 SHOE f FOR MEN Asthe most precise dresser The swell shape stylish toe and elegant finish of these Shoes are no disadvantage vhf soft leather 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Is the beet blood puriflr kiUira Ita the v1mereDiedy for JMPI i tetter Mltiheuni nlcew bolls andjKin nlngflOYee it BUmolftteB liver klSfjye and bowels expels polaone helps die tionand builds up the strength Oaly 1i OTc ntB Sold by Short and Haynesi dtnggiatai Guaranteed 1J t- t t I r rT c cPI- S THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JUNE 6 1900 5 t I ID I t j I I h t Ij e a 4 I 1H Z 0 I r I Tried Friends Best Forthirty yearsTutts Pills hav provenablessing to the invalid Are truly the sick mans friend A Known Fact Forbilious headache dyspepsia stomachma1ariaconstipa tion and all kindred disease WTTS Liver PILLS AN ABSOLUTE CURE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY June 01000 II IiIThe News in Brieti fc444 4444 44444 44443 Sippel sells ice Canned goods at Sippets I Powdered chocolate at Sippels Barrv delivers ico at your residence Edward Whitehead hat Irvington The city council met Monday night r The census enumerators have begun work Babies were plentiful at Irvlnsston 1 Sunday po to Sippela and inspect his line of glassware Mr Jim Smith of Hardlnsburgi8 vie jUng here t 1 harles W Moorman spent Tuesday nlthereI HaTe your picnic bills printed at the NEWS office rH S Hennen Haw vll1e was In towns Sunday t t c Kentucky baa 1318 cenaua enumera i tore at Work f uT PDllIamVoi Patesville was in the city Monday IVirgei Wilson of Louisville was in the city last week There waS a big crowd of people at Irvington Sunday Harry Moorman of Owenaboro was in town last week Cuscadena cream the fineeon the market at Sippela You can always getthe purest con fectlonariea at tiippela SIppel carries a complete assortment of staple and fancy groceries 3Ifss Sue Braahear of Union Star I j spent last week in Louisville Fred Fraize and James R fikilfman were in Louisville last week J Mrs P F Wingert left Monday for Henderson to visit her parents All of Cloverporta pretty young girla have returned from college Willie Mullen of Owensboro visited Ma parents in this city Sunday Editor Clarence Sterett and wife of Hawesville were In town Sunday Ira DeHaven who has been at Frank fort returned home Sunday night Mire Hattie Reuwe of Tell City Ind spent Sunday with Mrs Wiogort Forest Haynes Alt Heston and Lige Gibson were at Irvington Sunday Mr Charles May Sr shipped to New Orleans IJfist week 25000 hooppolea JiJeBSe Willis has accepted a position in Ihe grocery department at F Fralzea West Virginia Democrats will hold I their State Convention at Parkerebufg Ice delivered at your home at the rate of 05 cents per hundred by J A Barry Misses Essie Bohler and Joaie Yeagor are visiting relatives and frienda at Jolly Station Mrs Viola Jackson left Wednesday to be the guest of Mrs Qua Brown at Har 4 dinsbur- gt Mise Mna Harvey of Rockport Ind la In the city the guest oi her aunt Mrs J Jwauel Ahl JeiaO Bohldr who attended the Re bunion at Louisville returned home Sat nrday night MrsJ P Dltzenbach and aona Louie and J P Jr Were in Loniavllltt last week i visiting relatives Miss Delia Batt and little Alma Him elhaver spent Sunday in Qannelton the v ruts of Mra Slatira Datt IrsE S McAfee returned Sunday fromOwenebQroawhere she has been visiting relatveiand friendS MMNoJa Greenwalt Rockport Ind arrived Saturday evening tobe the guest rofrelatives for several weeks Mra George Chick of Mt Sterling reached thia city Sunday night to be with relatives and friends for a fewdaye Mri George W Shbrt of this city at tended the Confederatefleunlon at Lou liville and met many of the prominent generals T pmaaM Gilmore of the filth Ken tkd19irictbM made knOwnUscand differ the Democratic tiomipaUpri for Gbsgret f I Wr P9 Braihear and Bister Mias olQwepboro were passengers fI 1MbiTday Henderson route traln6 ton h t- I Smith En gHah teat ho e1tb1hfl parents Mr andMra A 8 English lIe baa bean located at Franklin Tenrii lorthepaityear i Fresh cakes at Slppele- Mra William Hoffius iaqnlte ill Pure creanj cheeeo at Slpprts The Ohio fa titling all the way up Winger makes your clothea to fit Telepone Sippel for your gtocerles A June nse on the Ohio la expected Carl Lichen went to Cannelton Sun dayWalking hate of all kinds at Miss Judith Millers City tax collector Keith wee at Leitch field last week For ribbons chifions and veils eo to Miss Judith Miller Mire Judith Milkr will trim you a hat that ia euro to please you Charles Patterson has commenced tak tag the Census of the town Mrs Abe kn man returned yetter day fom a visit to Webster Mr and Mre Julius Slppel will occupy rooms over the City Bakery Mrs Jese WeatherhoH has gone to Muldraugb to visit her parents Take a walk around to the wharf and see the improvements going on Mr A C Sheldon and wife visited friends and relatives in Tobinsport Sunday Mr Dud Wendelkin of Howell md spent Sunday and MOnday with Ills paz eats Hay corn and oats for sale fn any quantitiy at the Star Roller mills AL Oelzs Aguinaldo the Filipino leader iatald to have been killed by troops under Maj March Misses Edna and Rosa Moorman and Mr Norman Hensley were Irvington Sunday Sherman Ball of Hardlnsbnrjj who has been at Louisville returned howe Sunday Arent you in need of a neat fitting suit of clothes If so then contult P F Wingert IThe Golden Rod a U S light house boat was harboiodat Carters landbg Sunday I The John K Speed reached the wharf Sunday She will be the last boat down thie season I If you want to know where to get thIS most stylish summer bate go to Miss Judith Millers Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Skill man went to Louisville Wednesday to mal o a visit Mrs Elvira Babbage who has been seriously ill for the past week has wonderfully improved Mrs S A Hawley of Birmingham Ala is visIting her aunt Mrs F H Savf yer and family Hon Charles Blanford of Bewleyville left Sunday evening for weniboro to attend U S court MIss Lucy Payne of Lodlburgia in the city visiting the family of Mr and Mrs Augustus Gibson Mr and Mrs John Lillard and daughter Miss Annie went to Louisville last week by way of boat The officials of the Louisville and Evansvlle Mall Llnecompany have made this a division point Emil Nolte ia etill IIi Louisville doipg theReunlpnbuhUrQturn Iia looked forward to this week Mrs John Alexander who has been In Missouri visiting her daughter haa re turned to her home at Burns Miss Louise Babbage went to Louis vllle Thursday to be the guest of her aunt Mrs David W Fairleigh Low Conner and Dick Newbill recent ly clerkain the packet service have been transferred to work in Louisville Mr and Mrs Murray Pierce of Color ado Springs are thl parents of a little son who arrived May 15th Mr and Mis Frank Ferry of Stephens portwere in town last week They were visiting his mother Mra F J Ferry MIss Mary Jarboo wOnt to Glon- deaueSCOTTS EMULSIONOF HYPOPHOSPHITES should always be kept In the house for the foll lowing reasons FIRST Because If any member of the family has a hard cold It Will cure It SECOND Because If tho cljll drenare delicate and sickly It will make them strong and wll THIRD Because If the father orI mother is losing flesh and becom ing thin and emaciated It will build them up and give them flesh and strength FOURTH Because tIs tthy standard remedy In all throat and lung affections l No household should be without It It can be taken In summer as well as in winter t yx and ioo all drurkll SCOTT BOWNB Chtroliii N w foih 0 GIRLHOOD WOMANHOOD AND MOTHERHOOD Are thePelvic Mrs Co a Bmly Mrs Eo 0 Hrerly 605 DUraond Street Philadelphia Pa aays 1 let1 will aerer felt better t thanks tor your at Uatton and P irnna I will be1ad to do all I oa ia the way of advancing the tale ot your valuable mcdlclno I do think P rna the best mftdloln I have trlfdaiany time Stnco Ibegan taking Fe rpna wofc vo never been without it Read vtftt an eldtrly woman 1141iJa- Woman whohaa pouod tbroogh all the pkaMo aetna iqd xporlenoca of girl hood womaaU xjd and motherhood I really beltavvtiUt every woman in thq world ought io bare Perana on band ill the time for If sho goU tired Porn na refreshes her if abo gets nervous it Bootbes her If despondent it cheers last week She will remain several weeka studying with Prof J MPHe Miss Helen M Gould will arrive in Lour vllle today Wednesday to remain cev eraldavetbncegoingto Mammqth Cave Miss Robin Brashear of Owens ro is spending the summer with her grand mother Mrs E Wimp of Bran en1urg tIre RJB Pierce and her mother Mrs Susan Duncan of Colorado Sprjngsi iareexpe ted here in June tto visit friends and relatives MraEllza Taylor who returned to Rosetta last week has returned lObe with her mother Mrs Elvira Babbage who Is not so well Cycling has its ups and downs After the downs use Banner Salve If youre cut or bruised It heals the hurt quck ly Moorman d Owen eager Seymour operators of the Home Laundry have dissolved partner ship The latter buying the half inter est of the former Miea Mary Giltner of Louisville one of that citys fascloatlrg young ladies will reach Hardlnaburg soon to be the guest of Miss Lila Ford- WilliamMrs J Mattingly and two daughters Agneta and Mary Jo of lIar lnsb rg are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Tho Lewie Mia M B Conway of LouU yUle reached the city Tuesdav and will be the guest of her aunt Mrs Barnett Fisher at the Fisher homestead Mlea Margaret Bo wmeria spending week at Snelbyvilie her old college town She goes to attend the 75th anniI versary of the Science Hill school of which she was a pupil Mrs Frpnia Wedding and son Allen Shacklett of San Antonio Tex are at Rome Ind visiting relatives They will vlsitrelatives and friends In this city before returning home AlrhWrJ Sherman Mrs Char B Sklllman MIss Elizabeth Skillman and Miss Margaret Bowmer left for Shelby vllle last week to attend the Toth annf vorsary of the Science Hill school Little Miss Sue Roberts Watkins of Owensboro assisted at the presentation of the camp banner by the Owensboro Daughters of the Confederacy the old veterans who were leaving for the Re union Miss Qenae Braahear of Owenaboro passed through here Monday enroute to Louisville She has accepted are sponelble position in that city and her many friends here are glad to hear of her success A program of the Breckenridge County Sunday School Convention which con venes in this city Thursday June 14 tb appears in this issue Every Sunday school in the county is extended an invitation to be present Fatal mistakes are being made by those who do not heed the earlier symp tons of kidney or bladder trouble that often end In Brighta disease or diabetes When Foleya Kidney Cure makes the kidneya well how foolish It ia to delay Ioo hand Owen ShOuld you wish to improve the quail tyof your bread use the Oeebrated Yeast Foam Nothing like it for producing a light sweet nutritious loaf of bread It will retain its moisture and melty flavor longer than bread raised with any other yeast put upon the mat ket Try it Capt Ed Howard of the H wards shipyard at Jefieraonville Ind sent to the water Tuesday afternoon the Steamer Bbatona The Boston 1iaa the largeat and broadest malndeck off any boal d the Ohio She la 285 feet lBg and herbattery power equlppmeDt Is sufficient enough ib give her tho title of a skipper of the nrs water and intlgorotra It Is a panacea for all pertodItt motbcri1 anovwfnlling standby to the nursing mother both for herself and for her child and finally when the hUge of life comes on no medicine on earth if of equal efficacy to the woman in this critical period Surely Porona is the woman friend That catarrh has any relation to bar mtJJyitI This InaldlouB disease penetrates to ertry organ of the body Mrs L M Qrlfflthof mbrtdstNeb84Y81 i Toni medlolnedldme amount of good It cured mo of borrennoea I am thirty yearn old and had nererbornoaay ohlldrenbatI slnco beginning your medlolno Igavebtrthtoatenpound girl She Is now six month old and weighs tw6ntyflT pounds My friends Wore all surprised Some would not believe it until they came to ice me My husband iaya he norwr MW each a change in anyone u there was in me after I hud taken three or tour bottloi of Poruna I am stronger than I hays been since I was quite young Ood bless you and your medicine forever Address Dr Ilortman cTolumbuit O for free catarrh book TOBINSPORT 0John Simona went to Louisville last week Virgil Polk of SkillmaD war here Sun day t Wallace1 Hayden has returned from Owensboros I MsiJKatie WiherboIsp zii Sunday Jn Clovorpdrt Misa Edith Groves and brother WOK here Sunday Rev J Ed Mnrr and wife of Rome were here last weik I Shepherd Lamrrbf Cloverporrvieited his brother Saturday Mrs 0 0 Whitehead returned Fridaj from a visit to Louisville epeQDlonday Miss Jennie McJfaRten tome Indj attended church Sunday night Miss Carrie Cockrell of Cannelton spent Sunday at this place with her parent Allie Groves and daughter Miss GUdy of Derby were thtj guests of relativ s Sunday MisseaSalile Gregory and Mabel White head Cloverport visited the famiU ol Mr JORyan Sunday Last Wednesday the lightning struck the dwelling of Mr Clarence Leaf shako ing the inmates slightlyBnd doing little damage to the house Mrs A T Knasel and Miss Lizzie Allen of Hawesville Ky who have been visiting the family of Prof A Pow fill returned home last Sunday A Life and Death Fight Mr W A limes of Manchester Ia writingof his almost miraculous escape from death says Exposure after meaS- les induced serious lung trouble which ended in Consumption I had frequent hemorrhages and coughed night anil day AU my dcctora said I must soon die Then I began to use Dr Kings New Die covery which wholly cured me Hun dreds have used it on my advice and nil say it never falls to cure Throat Chest and Lung troubles Regular slza 6Qi and 100 Trial bottles free at Short Haynes drug store p AXTEL We are having nice tobacco eeason Miss Hattie Owen Is very ill at the present time Mr Will Berry was the guest of Mica Bettie Jeflry Sunday Mrs Paul Henlng spent last Monday with Mrs George Berry Mr Sanford Pboland wife spent last Sunday with Mle Nora Lewis Mfa JeffiLewlanpeni last week with her daughter MT8 Wbeatley Misses Nora ahclClaudJ Lewis spent Monday with Sllsalsabell Jolly fkoLeyfia and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with hla parents illsa laabell Jolly entertained a large crowd of yonngjfolka Saturday night The weddlnK belts are still ringing I1 hope they will soon ceas Mr Forest Pool visited his aunt Mra Mattie Glascock Saturday and SunJay MiSses Hattie and Bottle AUon af tended church at tong Lick Sunday Capt John J Martin Dead Mr John 0 Martin whOse death id curredat irniohtowjand an account Qf which appears iIn the NEWS was a sourcp of cleepregrot to thecitizengof thia plabf Mr Martin waa A reaidonfbf thlacity at one time having located here in ihe year of 1849 He was a man of Buperlprattainmen BRdof strpng intdlkctual abilities 1LAdvertisements inserted under this Mad at the rate of one cent a word each insertion n LEOAI DUNKS Olt xiutk fldaud Mongjt and 4u Knmof l11701 Illinkf IIItKCJKI IlIUUE NEWS OES ICE TrITlOS TlolL S IECeriflctq in nrvsrt i Strttton J4 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footwear As an accompani 1 m ment the y S AAAA wm BOOTS and OXFORDS fulfill m I these requirements andare also very I I easy on the feet u They are beautiful J mf creations Examine them and the numerous 1 m other QUEEN QUALITY styles for indoors and out 8 4 Fashions favorite IillQueefiy Quality Oxfords S2SQJ4 ImgjiIswell m 8ULZER8mWmmm mmm m Iri1 1j1im ij m m m1fa 11 DO yOU WANTSP iDRY GOODS IJj DO YOU WANT Ij CLOTHING DO YOUVANT 1 LAWNSt IiI I MEYER MEYER Burns Ky has ra iabundancei JI Millinery delayzr I ment controlled by Miss Florence Whitean well established 5 desiredim BURAS KENTUCKY 1ili m F mmmm m Ili dAO u rWORMS WHITES n r For 20 Years Has Ltd all Worm Rams IISOxn DY xaxa- PTeVxed onVGGXBTBJAMES BALLARD St Louis Sub ertbe to The News 100 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Additionall Brandenburg Col Bennett H Young mado one of the verv tendereat engojles for Kentucky and the imperishable glory of the South that was delivered during tho reunion Ho referred to Louisvilles splendid monument erected by the Con federacy with those sublime words on it Our Confederate Dead 7eas Ken tucklans are proud it We are proud to know have cared for your dead as well as our own Our hearts swell our eyes are dim as think those who I wifoIly nobly anti would hot take the oath lot alrtglroco but spurned the offers of I t I Other Styles for Strict m iI is i CREA- MVERMIFUGEf MettiOnth TbtIOtv lis I abr F of we wo of I their captors Our tears flow as freely as in the llxtl s when we rtflect No mans address at the reunion was more feeling more eloquent more fpa- triotic more candidor tender than our great southern editor Henry Wattereon He waslntiodnced as Americans greatest editor Dont forget he live in Ken tucky the home of the Clays Slarshalp Breckenridees Bucknere Blackburn Carlisle Lindsay Knott all Illustrious but alar divided and apart in political sentiment and opinion Mr Wattereon says he is ready to go to hioaccount when pleaseMrKentucky is out of tho mirel I iI C i- IF I t 4 4 S f yf 4 K R tN wt t YA- jt erri o THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY NE 6 1900 TRECKENRIDGE NEWS- y the Judge hid the DUJ 1 Jils story of the relation of poD s nnd medicine the Fhllndclph Medical Journal vouches A physician was summoned In hnste to attend the Child of a family that lived In two rooms In the heart of a large treed can city not New York Tho child hail been seized suddenly and seriously and Just at election time The mother was In despair and when the doubtful prognosis was gIven she broke Into walling and violent self condemnation for some horrible sin ot tho family tto which she said the childs Illness wit- sfluen direct punishment for their crime She would go and curse the magistrate for It all her husband should resign from the force and such evil ways should bo renounced forever Curious to know bow the magistrate could be held responsible for the childs Illness the doctor finally secured the confession that the crime of the poor conscience stricken woman consisted In flll acmes of many frnudt w tj registered as residing- In her house In swearing to the lie etc The magistrate also had demanded this of all the neighbors in return for Indescribable political favors The child recovered and the magistrate paid the physicians bill The Two TlameoB Joe Jefferson told this story David Garrick and Spranger Barry were both playing Romeo at the same time In London Harry played It at Drury Lane on the Monday and Garrtck play ed It the nut night at Covent Garden and tho town was divided as to which was the greater Romeo n fact there Was quite a groat excitement about It and they nctod It upon such different lines and with such marvelously differ ant conceptions that the people argued the case as to which Shapcspcaro In tended The fact Is that Shakespeare Intended It to be acted well and U ono mans temperament suited It best to act In that way It would do for an other temperament tho other way So they asked Mrs Siddons who was the Juliet alternately with the Sumo Romeo which she considered bettor of the two and she sold It Is diffi cult to say they arc both wonderfully great but I will toll you how they Impress me In the balcony scene In the balcony scene Garrlck seems so eager so Intense and so full of flre and spirit that Im afraid hell Jump up In tho balcony to me and Barry Is so lov able and fascinating that Im afraid I shall have to Jump down from the bal cony to him1 Good Feeder A hostess of tho west end Washing ton who proposed giving a dinner to some doctors visiting a convention In town said to the caterer when she had finished with her order Now Mr X I trust you will make this dinner as fine as possible for my guests come from sell over the country nnd I want them to see how well wo flo things at tho capital lIs It the doctors youre going to en tertain then f asked the caterer Yes responded the hostess I have Invited a number of the doctors Give me my list then N said the enterer and ho forthwith proceeded to In crease the quantity of everything upon the menu and to nearly double the amount of wine What do you mean by thatr asked the patron Why have you Increased tho quantity of everything so mate riallyr I was till right at first for the ordi nary guest madam sold the caterer nrlth on ex cathedra air but them sawbones done cat and docs drink they does cat and drink Their trado seems to give em an appetite Ex change The Polionatu Pineapple 1t Is a notorious tact says The Na tional Druggist that the pineapple Is considered the least healthy of all the edible fruits of the tropics by those who know anything of the matter The Juice of the green and growing plant Is credited In Java the Ililllpplncs and throughout the far east generally with being n Noel ipoison of a most deadly nature It Is wild to be the substance with which tho Malays poison their krlstip and daggers and Is also credit ed with being the linger nail poison formerly In usu among aboriginal Jay nurse women almost universally These women formerly or some thirty odd years ago nnd possibly do yet cultivated n nail sometimes more on each hand to a long sharp point and the kent scratch from one of theso was certain death She Wn nerdy Ho describing his Journeylngs Then leaving Gibraltar I made my way to Australia and from there I went to the diamond mines In South Africa where 1 made my fortune Thendo you follow me Miss arm kief She with a vivid blushTo the Worlds end Mr Hocks worthy Chi sago Tribune Where the Illnme Lie No woman he said In his superior masculine way can sharpen a lead pencilWell she said do you know Where the blame lies No Where With the pencil of course Woman was Invented first wasnt sheohlc- ago Post Genuine Optlmlm The PessimistThat waiter Is awfully slow with those cheese sandwiches The Optimist Oh never mind The longer wo wait the better grows the bccse Indianapolis Press SVn English actor who died on tho road was shipped in his coffin to Lon Ion recently by his manager as thcat deal properties This cost 4 whero n If bo had gone as n corpse the costs Would have been 560 WINCH ESTERII NEW RIVAL FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS No black powder shells on the market compare with the NEW RIVAL In eel formlty sad strong shooting qutUUts Sun lira and waterproof Oct the genuine WINCHESTER REPEATINB ARMS CO New Ham COM OAK GROVE Miss Ealton Ohappel has been on the listWill Hale Cloverport was here one day last week J W Webborn and wife ofOwensbon were here one day last week Robert Stevens sold a buggy Satur day to James Aule of Fellvllle for 32 W L Hardin was the guest of L New berry and Rev D L Boles at Dukes last SaturdayRev R T Bruner of Owensboro preached Mr W W Bradshaws funeral WednesdayMrs Hardin visited her mother Mrs John Downs near Cloverport one day last week Robert Moorman and sister Miss Floe spent two days last week with their brother Mr John Moorman near Dun deeMr W M Bradshaw of Chambers was buried here last Wednesday He was fifty nine years ojd and leaves a wife and three daughters Mrs WalterBrown Misses Eya and Burt Bradshaw MOOK Miss Essa Matthews was visiting at John Butlers last week Houston Alexander went to Louis yule last week to sell tobacco- J I C Tucker has returned after taking a B 8 course atHodgensyille- Bill Butler and wife of Harned were uestsat JohnTuckers one day last week Wesley Tucker and wife of Millwood Ky were visitors at his fathers re centlyMiss Hannah Pile who has been at home on a visit has returned to Glen deans to enter school again Jones Butler and Miss Carrie Hays and and Joe Matthews and Miss Callie Pile went to Louisville Wednesday and it is rumored that they are going over to eflersonville They were accompanied- by Joe and Wade Pile The War In South Africa The relief of Mafeking 150 miles west of Johannesburg the approach of Lord Roberts on the south toward Pretoria to within 160 miles and the triumphant progress ofGen Buller northward and to the northeast in Natal taking Dundee and Glencoe were the British achievements In South Africa last week Col Barden Powell his troops and the residents of the town bad been cooped up in Mafeking more than seven months al most from the beginning of the war London went wild with enthusiasm over the release The retirement of Boers northward with their guns and equipment presages a lively time when they decide to make a stand They fortified Laings Nek the mountain pass which is the northwestern key to Natal and the Transvaal and destroyed the railroad at at point To save mending avoid breaking and to avoid suffering prevent coughs and colds by the timely use of BALLARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP It is a safe sure and swift remedy for all bronchial ailments Price 25 and 50 cents The ringer Itatla In days when superstition was more prevalent than It Is now the shape and appearance ot the finger nails were considered to havo reference to ones destiny To learn tho message of tho finger nails It was necessary to rub them over with a compound of wax and soot and then to bold them so that the sunlight fell fully on thorn Then on tho horny transparent substance certain signs and characters woro sup posed to appear from which the future could bo Interpreted Persons too having certain kinds of nails were eyed ited with the possession of certain characteristics Thus a man with red and spotted nails was supposed to havo a hot temper whllo pale lead colored nails wero considered to denote a melancholy temperament Narrow nails were supposed to betray ambition and a Quarrelsomo nature whllo round shaped nails were tho distinguishing marks of lovers of knowledge and people of liberal sentiment Conceited narrow minded and obstinate folk wero supposed to havo small nails Indolent people fleshy nails and those of a goo tie retiring nature broad nails WHATSAY WE About our business is not all BRAG We ore here to give you some good values for your money and to convince you how you can save money That is I what should interest you WE DO NOT KEEP ANY DEAD STOCK EITHER I To palm off on you Our goods must be fresh and prices low so that they move off quickly At any time we will take pleasure in showing you anything we have and if you are going to buy from any retail house inHardinsburg why not try us Ladies Vests 5c A better quality at lOc Ladies Hose fast black lOc Corsets 25o extra heavy long waisted trimmed with fine edging 25c Handkerchiefs assorted colors 50 each A splendid line of Misses Hose guaranteed fast black and will out wear any other on the market at tho price Japanese folding fans in assorted colors 10c Leather Belts lOc The best Calicoes 5c a yard Bleached Cotton 7io a yard SaIeJISThe largest line of Mens Fancy Percale Shirts on the market for the price If you want something delightful for summer wear we have it GROCERIES We want your grocery trade We carry the best on the market and charge a fair prico for everything We dont cnt the price on one thing with the idea of making it up on something else We treat everybody alike Bring us your Country Produce ECLIPSEHARDINSBURG KYe = = NEWSY NOTES Joseph J Hawkins a former Ken- tuckianI aged 01 years died at Indian apolis last week ExQueen Lillnokalanl has sailed ffor Hawaii It is said she is suffering from an incurable disease and is going home to die The reputable people of Kansas CIty are organizing at last for the protection of their prospective visitors from their bandit hotelkeepers R E Martin and Mrs Mary E Taylor of Davieee county were married last week Owensboro The ceremony was performed while the parties were in the carriage The Kentucky Representatives 1In Congress as a rule are favorable to a modification of the election law along the lines laid down by Senatorelect Blackburn Manila May 30 Memorial Day was observed here as a general holiday Military ceremonies were held at the various stations and salutes were fixed from the forts Gov BecKham Friday appointed Dr J S Redwine of Jackson superintend oat of the Eastern Kentucky Asylum for the Insane at Lexington and Dr C 0 Owens of Maysville superintendent of the Feebleminded Institute at Frankfort Mrs Brook Fulton wife of Judge John A Fulton member of the state board of election commissioners died last week after a long illness at her home at Bards town Ky She was well known in this part of the state where she had many relatives The Curtis Publishing Company owner of the Ladles Home Journal and the Saturday Evening Post of Phlladel phia has increased its capital stock from 5500000 to 1250000 Cyrus H K Curtis owns 4000 shares Edward W Bol 200 shares p The British workingmen have started a movement to call an international Ang b loSaxon Congress to promote a better understanding of working methods among English speaking people It is expected that hundreds from this country and Canada will attend the convention Starvation never vet cured dyspepsia Persons with indigestion are already half starved They need plenty of wholesome food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat so the body can be nourished while the worn out organs are being reconstructed It is the only preparation known that will Instantly relieve and completely cure all stomach troubles Try it if you are suffering from Indigestion It will certainly do you goodA R Fisher The Dog Crop In Tennessee The live stock interest in Tennessee 1Is- not proceeding upon well balanced lines according to our esteemed contemporary the Tennessee Farmer Itsays the number of sheep in that State in 1870 was 872000 and in January 1899 the number had fallen 10286000 while the number of dogs had reached 850000 If the Idea was to provide enough sheep to in crease the stock of dogs the calculation seems to have proceeded upon well considered lines but it is unreasonable to suppose that the dog increase can be carried to much greater bounds without pay sheepOnedivisIon But seriously speaking the dog Increase has reached such bounds as to attract universal attention and some legislative restrictions or license should be adopted to curtail the constantly gro- Ing curse With 280000 sheep In Tennessee and 850000 dogs what are the relative proportions in Kentucky You feel better at once after using ERBINE you enjoy your food more and you get more nourishment and In mating force out of what you eat Hence HERBINE makes you strong vigorous and cheerful Price 50 cents An Owensboro Girl Honored Miss Phil Pointer of Owensboro one- ofthe sponsors at the Reunion received much attention She was presented with a pin of gold in the form of a Confederate flag set with thirteen small diamonds inscribed Presented to Phil A Pointer State Sponsor for Kentucky DivIsion U C V 1000 In a find Fix Qndzooks In a restaurant Dont let us sit at that table I gave tho waiter a tip yesterday and bo will expect an other tOOn- yZoundsWell bow about this table Gadzooks Wont do I have never teed the waiter and ho would doubtless expect mo to begin todaysNew York Tribune nigh Lite When a man who lives In a boarding house has gout the landlady assumes an air of great Importance Phlladcl phla Record f Yon cant make a girl with a now engagement ring believe all men are alike and after she has been married ten years you cant make her believe theT aw not CWcnco News v a PaAp2ohora Sratttudo LXTTU TO VIX rilKSAK MO I6731 r II Dean this PnranAM Ihave many yourVegetableAfter first confinement I was skit for nine years with prolapsus of the womb bad pain In left side In small of back a great deal of headache palpitation of heart and leucorrhcoa I felt BO weak and tired that I could not do my work I botamo pregnant again and took your Compound all through and now have a sweet baby girl I never before had such an easy time during LydiaIEbetter than I have for years I cannot thank you enoughMusa ED En ixsocn Dems TEL- Wondettnlly Strengthened M I havo been taking Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound Blood Purifier and Liver Pills and fool won derfully strengthened Before using your remedies I was In a terrible state felt like fainting every little while I thought I must surely die But now thanks to your remedies those feelings are all BonaMns Emm Sonsxnum 1244 Hwy n r ATS Demon Mica A June Wedding The marriage of Lieutenant Will Slack Montgomery U S N and Miss Emily Clark Poor of Pollfly Hackensack N J which was announced to take place In October will take place Saturday June 30 at the home of the brides parents Lieutenant Montgomery has been detached from St Marys and ordered to Newport News for the summer Lieutenant Montgomery Is the son of Judge James Montgomery of Eliza beth town and is well known in Kentucky Reports show that over fifteen hundred lives have been saved through the use of One Minute Cough Cure Most off these were cases of grippe croup asthma whooping cough bronchitis and pneumonia Its early use prevents lonsumptlon A R Fisher Automatic Bicycle Prof Archie Stiles of Battletown a cousin of our correspondent at that place has Invented an automatic bicycle with a self running gear which will bear the dateof June 6th 1900 It is the source off much comment among bicyclists and will probably cap the climax in bicycle inventions 2NNN NONNNN NDN i I Consult JJ- IAi Printer l- J l i i JIWho is who willing will and capableiito printing the extent best of I i your particular needsii IiI I I i i IIWho please turn make out you medium little but or poorII low price and say nothing about quality are many IiiA iii- i i i i Who exercise good taste use appropriate type and new est ideas are few To this class we belong We do J printing for some of the best business and profes atonal men and would I to Breckenridge do Job yours Printing NewsJikeii iNO NiNNNNNN N Lyons Laxative Syrup absolutelyharmless the kidneys liver and bowels cures constipation biliousness sick headache clears the complexion and makes the blood pure An Ideal remedy for child ten as well as adults 1 SUNDAY SCHOOL 4 WORKERS Hold a Profitable And Pleasant Meeting at Giiston Thurs day May 24th The Meade County SundaySchool As Bodatlonmet in its annual convention iat Gaston Thursday May 24th In the absence of the President Rev Lttchfiel conducted the devotional exercises and Mr Hugh Hardaway was elected to preside over the meeting forthe day Little was done at the morning session but the afternoon meeting satisfied the workers that the Spirit of God was iIn their midst Our State Secr Prof Fox gave a plain instructive talk on Practical Sun daySchools The Value of Enthusiast and The Responsibility of Teachers were ably discussed and the Requisites of a OoodSnperlntendent was the subject of a fine paper by Mr A M Robinson of Grahamton Mr Robinson has been iIn SundaySchool work over 60 years and he writes from a ripe experience guided by intellectual training The Import ance of the work in hand rose step by step until the climax was reached In a touching and beautiful paper Decision Day or Sowing without Reap- Ing was read by Mrs W J PJggott Mr Fox suggested that this paper bepublish ed and a similar request was made re garding the paper by M Robinson The Association wishes to thank the NEWS and Messenger for courtesies ex tended also the good people of Gusto for the bountiful dinner provided Mr M A Stith was elected President and the Secretary was reelectedEVA Secy The Dean Tie Company Is Busy Fill- Ing Large Orders The Dean Tie Company has shipped 220 cars of lumber this monththe lot aggregating more than 2000000 feet This company has done a big business this year and is still busy filling Its large orders They furnish the best article on the market and have many standing orders All grades of lumber are much lower nowfrom 260 to 8 per thou sand The Chinese ask how is your liver Instead of how do you do for when goodDeWittsfor the liver and bowels A R Fisher What to Do With nemuJust before Montana became a state sold a citizen of Helena the ClarkCarter contest occurred and moot bitterly was It fought out Any thing that could bo turned or twisted soughtloutJoner Sparks at that time head of the general land once had made a ruling that thprootter no trees less than eight Inches in diameter should bo cut down for agricultural or mining purposes In territory belonging to tho United States This ruling had aroused a storm of Indignant protest In Montana and had itralghtway assumed a prominent place as ono of tho main Issues In the Clark Carter campaign I was speaking one night at Boioman and as was natural I attacked this ruling of the land commissioner and showed at least to my own satisfaction what Injury and Injustice It did to both farmer nod miner and so I worked up to what bad always previously proved an of Cctivo peroration by asking the ques tJon What my fellow citizens can the tanner do with eight loch trees The answer to this had previously variably been silence but this tlmo ft shrill volco In tho rear of tho hall blurted out Why split em of course yo confounded fool and I eat down amid the ribald and derislvo jeers of that vast audience New York Trib uno Adjourned t r Reporter Well that bumps mel sold the colo- neL I know that tho cheek of those newspaper reporters Is always in full flower but I didnt know that they assumed to legislate for tho state All I know Is asserted the JJudgo again that two newspaper reporters once adjourned a session of tho Illinois senate Howd they do It choke tho speak- err with copy paper No they were very civilized about It It was ono day when everybody expected a dull session and only two of usi senators put In on appearance counting Dave LIttler who was In tho chainI wont to get an Interview with LIttler when this things over said ono newspaper man So do I sold tho other I move that we adjournl be shouted at Little- rI second the motion sold the first reporterIt moved and seconded that we- now adjourn saId Littler solemnly Those In favor will signify It In the usual manner 4Ayel shouted both of tho report era Carrlodr sold LlttlcrChlcago Inter OceanCMICMSTa PENNYROYALLLS o 0ea de fIco Rerbo- bs 1- 04t anCHICIIFbTERa 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JUNE 6 1900e 1 Current Topics By Mrs Rattle GrlniwU Nature positively refused to bo In perfect harmony with the reunion of the old Veterans last week who gathered to honor the memory of by gone days How we all hoped Gods canopy of blue would Ulle above while the birds sang un ufitmbed songs of love Joy and peace with soft breezes to join In fio minstrel sy I But aas the heavens wept amost continually maybe it was too much for old Kentucky to stand this time of atone ment this retrospection this Retting together on old neutral ground more neu tral in the GOa than at the close of a century I On the 17th of June in the city of Philadelphia that dlecreet quiet Quaker metropolis the Republican National Convention will meet and by the way think of that same city of such renown getting a regular ninteenth century move on her and voluntarily pledging to pay into the treasury of the Republican Committee one hundred thousand dol lars for the party campaign fund There is always a spirited contest between dif ferent cities for the location of a conven Uon It seems that a substantial con tribution to the party campaign fund cuts a big figure of late years and almost every dollar of Philadelphias pledge has been paid I have a very distinct recol lection of the conventions of 1680 84 and 92and a vivid one of 00 In the Re publican convention of 1880 the nomi nation of a presidential candidate almost turned upon the settlement of certain contested cases The unseating of Grants delegates made his nomination impOEsible and Garfields nomlnationre snlted in 1888 there were several con tested case contests that often engender bitter feelings Igueea all of us who took any interest in the campaign of 1800 remember the delegates whose seats were contested over a hundred in the Republican Convention and we all re memberiwbat an important part the Ne braskan contest over rival delegations played on the Democratic convention of 180C It was this contest from his own state between the gold and silver Democracy that gave the gentleman from the raging Platte prominence in that convention How quickly all eyes were turned towards him as the most available candidate 1 lOne oration at the right time and on the popular theme did the work in a dramatic manner I do not recollect that prior to 1800 a platform reported by a committee was ever the subject off controversy In both the Republican and Democratic platform of 90 the contests between the gold stand ard free coinage and modified coinage propositions caused a division At St Louie when the gold standard plank was laid certain distinguished Republican delegates withdrew The scene In Chlca- 1iI was equally as exciting over tho mon Ietary issue and It will ever remain as a classic event for all time to come Again we will soon be in the midst ot another scene The voice of the people I Who will be the nominee for Vice I wonder anyhow I What is wanted in the government of our nation or any nation is more of kindly human intelligent sym pathy Queen Victoria has madean ad mirable sovereign in many particulars but she has never shown that sympathet ic treatment of her Irish subjects that the rest of the world expected but it seems that at the eleventh hour she has visited the Emerald Isle once in about forty years Had she gone oftener had she been more in sympathy perhaps the Irish problem would never have been so intricate and so difficult of solution Harry Weissinger a southern soldier and a citizen of Louisville made an elo quent address at Belfast Maine on Dec orationdayMay30PeaceBweetpeacewna the keynote of his beautiful oration JKnusville sent a wreath of flowers with tie Inscription From the Gray to the Blue from Kentucky to Maine Mr Welssenger married my husbands step slater He is a typical southern gentle man and was a gallant Confederate aol Bier One thing he said in his address coincides exactly with my views and I have called attention to It before The onetime brave soldier of the union now President of the United States has said In substance that the time is now come when the graves of the southern soldier should be cared for by the Government MrTVeiselnger said that sentiment exI pressed by President McKinley was the bravest and most patriotic that ever fell from the lips of man and as a confederate soldlerMr Woiselnger proclaimed it before a northern audience and in the presence oUheIIGrand Army of the Republic Listen I Harry Weiaeinger MidIII voice the sentiment of the whole South when I say Our dead are yours and yours are ours Grand patriotic beautiful thought I Amen I Amen l We who went through the fearful struggle of the Civil War feel today as the great Confederate Reunion in our own state obese that sea people we are In closer f historyfpatriotism much spore exalted than previous to I8liThe Gray and Blue have mingled and have thus erected a monument Odme ted by affection and ftnlal brotherhood strong enough toe defy the world Yes we are truly again one people bitterness has been obliterated and when President McKinley called for volunteers to fight in the Span- Ish war the response came as quickly from the South as the North the gray and the blue sons of union soldiers and sons of southern soldiers marched side by side under our Stars and Stripes to victory Peace and good will reign in all our states as to the fundamental prin ciples of government Freedom Liber ty another link in the chain which binds together the once warring factions of the North and South was forged last week by the dedication of a monument erected to the memory of those who wore tho gray as well as those who wore the blue and who died in mortal combat on tho bloody field of Antietam Such an event as the erection of that monument Is almost without a parallel in all history lOur President and his Cabinec graced the occasion old soldiers from the victorious side stood shoulder to shoul der with bared heads all animosity for Rotten I Only heroism of the dead was remembered The President in a brief address alluded to the followers of Lee Jackson Longatreet along with the fol lowers of Grant Sherman and Sheridan Oh the difference between that scene and thirty odd years ago I Shot and shell hatred and bitterness were ram pant Now love of one flag loyalty to one Government against the world Grant and Lee at Appomattox the Union saved IIIIGlory Hallelujah wo have never surrendered to a foreign flagj American soldiers surrendered to Amer ican soldiers only We those few sur viving grand old Confederates in our Metropolis last week and all of us who remember the fearful struggle of the States are growing old Soon all of those who took part in the reunion just passed with us will have gone beyond to an Eternal Camping Ground Let us all strive to leave behind the most glorious legacy bequeathed to a coming generation Peace good will love of one another and love of our nation Twelve New Hancock Teachers e In the examination for white teachers ceitlficatea at Hawesville last week four were granted firstclass seven second class andone third claes certificates while there wera throe failures out of the fifteen entries If the stomach performs its functions actively and regularly the food of which it is the receptacle is transformed into blood of nourishing quality which fur niches vigor and warmth to the whole body HERBINE gives tone to the stomach and promotes digestion and as similation Price 50 cent- sWAITMAN KY Farmers are about through setting to bacco plants Miss Amelia Beauchamp and Miss Robertsof Powers Station visited relatives and friends at this place Sunday If all papers were like tho NEWS our dear old state would not have such a dark blot on her todayone whlrh all time cannot erase The ladles and friendp of the M E church of this place will have a singing contest at the church the ninth of June A large crowd is expected and a good time anticipated by all Tho proceeds are for the benefit of the church at this place W E Cook filled his regular appoint ment at Moores Chapel Sunday preach- Ing an eloquent sermon on the text Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God He organized a good Sunday school and there were several visitors present Mrs Meg Moore of Daviess Co Mr Ben Moore and family of Tywhopity bottoms Mr Joe Moore and little son of Owensboro Mr Richard Board and wife of near Yelvington Mr Elias Moore and Miss Mattie Moore and W R Cook spentan enjoyable day with R T Whitworth and family Sunday May 27 If you are troubled with that most uncomfortable disease called piles dont neglect it Dont let the complaint get a firm hold Every day the disease is neglected it grows Worse Commence at once to use TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT the relief is imme diate and cure infallible Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents Now boys said the Sunday school teacher can any of you name the three great feasts of the Jews Yesm I can replied one little fllllowliVery well Johnny what are they Breakfast dinner and supper was the uncon sciously logical reply Neglect is the short step so many take from a cbpgh or cold to consumption The early aaa of One Minnie Cough Cure prevents consumption It is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results It cures all throat and lung troubles Children all like it and moth ers endorse ltA R Fisher Jtait WhAt He Needed An Invalid called on a physician for advice The doctor wroto out a pre scription charging the paU nt2guln eas tor it Somo time afterward they met In tho street Well said tho doctor you are looking 100 per cent barter That medi cine though a llttlo expensive was Just what you needed to Doctor replied tho patient latter I bad paid you tho 2 guineas for tho prescription I couldnt afford to have It mado up so I didnt take a stogie dosol London Answers LARGE YIELD Tbe Texas Crops Are Up To The Standard This Year Mr R D Hendrick and family of McKinney Texas arrived at Ekron last week to visit friends and relatives Mr Hendrick said that his brother Mr Calvin Hendrick who recently moved to Texas from Long Brancb Meade county is doing well and is much pleased with his location Speaking of Texas crops Mr Hendrick said While we have had two weeks of dry weather yet I have never seen a more promising outlook for a large wheat crop in my section The corn crop will not be affected by the dry weather as the soil contains so much moisture It has been discovered that eye salves and waters containing sugar of lead often produce lead poison fatal to sight if not to life Yon run a great risk in us- Ing such preparations To speedily and permanently cure sore eyes granulated lids or styes without the possibility of evil after effects use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salvo Good druggists sell it SUCCUMBED TO OLD AGE Mrs Alaoson Moreman Died At Brandenburg o Monday tiny 21st Mrs Alanson Moreman aged eighty nine years died last Monday May 21st at the residence of her son Mr Alonzo Moreman The infirmities of old ago caused her demise She had ever led a beautiful consistent Christian life Ten children survive her The oldest Mr Alouzo Moreman is seventytwo years old A large number of friends and rela tires attended the funeral conducted most impressively by the Rev A D Leitchfleld Her whole long life had been one of elegant example for us all to I imitate Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord Unless food is digested quickly it will ferment and irritate the stomach After each meal take a teaspoonful of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat and will allow you to eat all you need of what you like It never falls to cure the worse case of dyspepsia It is pleasant to takeA R Fisher I SHILOH Rain is much needed in this section Wheat looks fine in neighborhood Some of the farmers have their tobacco ground ready Some of the farmers are plowing corn others have not finished planting Several crops will be planted In this section as soon as there is a stood season Newsom Gardner has returned home from Lexington where he has been at tending school Mr and Mrv Jesse Payne of Lodi burg spent Sunday with her sisters the Misses Graham Mrs John Olaycomb has been confined to her room for several days She has erysipelas and mumps Mr Emmett Elder and Miss Carrie Sheldon were the guests of Mrs John Ray last Sunday evening Several of our citizens went to Louisville Wednesday to be present at the Reunion of the Confederate soldiers Mrs P M Beard and children of lIar dinsburg spent last week in Union Star the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs D 8 Richardson women tail to digest their food IIMany become pale sallow thin and while the brightness freshness and beauty of the skin and complexion departs Remedy this by taking HER BINE after each meal to digest what you have eaten Price 50 cents TOBINSPORT IND Dudley Beavin Jr spent last Sunday In aoverport Henry Pleasant of Alton Ind has been the guest of relatives here Messrs Lester Polk and Walter Weatherholt spent Sunday in Rome Miss Nannie Taylor went to Derby Ind last Saturday and returned Sunday Mr and Mrs Z Farrell Hawesville have been visiting Mrs Ferrells parents Mr and Mrs A Powell Misses Emma Sanders and Effie Weatherholt spent Sunday in Hancock county Ky the guests of Mire Mary WeatherholtMr Weatherholt and Miss Amanda Tate with Mr abd Mrs Mar Ion Weatherholt of Cloverport spent Sunday afternoon May 27th at the Tar Springs The following persons spent last Sun day at Skillman Ky Meaera W R Polk Prof H Powell Samuel Groves Chester Polk John Van Coney and Raymond Polk Misses Roslna Jacy Lids and Rosa Polk All report a jolly good time Quit coughing is easy enough if you know how to do ft The best way to quit Is to take one dose of Dr Bells Pine TarHoney Summer coughs lung coughs winter coughs bronchial coughs or any kind of a cough or cold Is speedily cured by the use of this remedy Children love It Old people like it GTONIC Palatable Better than Calo mel and Quinine THE OLD RELIABLE Excellent General Tonic as well as a SURE CURE FOR Chills and Fever IT NEVER FAILS Just what you need at this Season Mild LaxativeNervous SedativeSplendid Tonic Guaranteed by your Druggists Dont take any Substitute 50c and 100 Bottles r YOU WANTT- 1113 TRUTH AND YOU GET IT IN THE TTwlceaWeek CourierJournal OEMOOFtATIO IN POLITICS Published every Wednesday and Satur day 104 papers one year for 50 CENTS Tun TWJCBAWKKK COURtRR JOURNAL is the equal of many dailies and 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 agentsSampleWrite to COURIERJOURNAL CO Louisville Ky BV A SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN GET THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS AND THE TWICEAWEEK COURIERJOURNAL Both One Year for Only 125 onlyAltupscriptions offer must be sent through the NEWS office DeHUYS BALMOLINE BEST HEALING SALVE For MAN OR BEAST Riverside Stock Farm DENVER COLO Juno 12 1897 I have used DoHuys Balmolino to my entire satisfaction As a healing salvo for cracked heels hopple chafes cuts and wounds of all kinds it is first under the wire rein a jog F B LOOMIS j tST Send 3 cents for sample to B H DeHUY Manufacturer Box D Sta A Denver Col Price 25 and 500 All Dealers A Dinner of Mule and Axle areca The following Is an Incident of the filcgo of Ijulysmlth narrated by Sir William MacCorrnac An officer re lated an Incident which will servo to Illustrate tho lengths to which things hind gone as regards food A shell fell into tho mulo lines ono afternoon kIll- Ing one mule In splto of other slicks following tho first ono In rapid succes- sIon so as to make occupation of tho spot very dangerous the men in tho vicinity mado a rush at tho mulo like I so many ravenous creatures cutting off tho flesh with their clasp knives In great chunks They then In safer quar ters built fires toasted tho meat and swallowed It at once To mako them more palatablo the men fried tholr bis cults In tho axle grease provided for tho carts Tho want of fatty foods and vegetables was greatly felt In splto of all their hardships nobody ever thought of giving la Tho general In quired as to how many horses In the camp could carry their riders six miles In view of a sortie being made and tho answer came back that only 12 horses In tho whole camp could do ltLon don Lancet Small in size and great in results are DeWitts Llttlo Early Risers the famous little pills that cleanse the liver and bowels They do not grlpeA R Flub er Archie who had never seen gas jets had been away on a visit and were you careful about going near the lamps asked hlsmammaI- IThey dont have lamps replied the little fellow They just light the end of the towel rack Willie Jones said MrGrimstoad the schoolmaster sternly I am very much afraid from your behavior you wish me to chastise you Do you remember the old precept beginning Spare the rod lIlea sir said Willie Spare the rod and lose the fish The Arab Little Game In The Agricultural Journal of tho Cape of Good nope appears an article on tho vitality of wheat from Egyptian mummy cases It Is often asserted that samples of wheat from tho samo crop as that which Joseph stored In Pha mobs granaries has been taken from mummy wrappings and when planted has grown This Is very likely crro neous as tho Arabs havo a habit of selling to tourists samples of groin which have In all likelihood como from tho ocarcet field Instead of from tho ancient tombs Indeed In many Instances this mummy grain has been corn and as corn was not known until It was brought from America tho fraud Is apparent Frail historians of eyes Only 2V6 miles southwest of Paris Seyres Is well known to tourists Beau tiful porcelain has been manufactured hero slnco 1750 tho royalties and republics which followed each other tak- Ing pains to bavo each period stamped on the back of every piece made Ini tlals of kings tho date and often tho palace for which the service was do signed were placed plainly on tho pinto Thus In this silent but most eloquent way these trail historians Indicate the changeful brilliant story ot their na tive land All who suffer from piles will be glad to learn that DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve will give them instant and perma nent relief It will cure eczema and all skin diseases Beware of counterfeits A R Fisher Papered With nondi Wall paper having nn apparent value of 100000 but In reality worth noth ing decorates tho study of a Now York business mIlD It Is composed of thou sands of 0 per cent bonds engraved and printed at a cost of 2500 for a company which tailing to attract In vestors died Iwforo It could bo floated Chicago Chron aaaaaa as- nrThe most centrally located and only tint dais hotel In the city making a I 1 jcxi rate i Only one block from the principal I shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatres Street ears pass the door to all parts i ofiho city J Everything neat und clean a aZaaaaaa a Roll and Steel The Entrllab1 Way Fights are a recognized part of tho school education among Uw boys In England In America when boys fight It Is because they aro angry with each other In England they flght because they aro anxious to flnJl out which Is tbo better man physically They may iiavo no quarrol or 111 feeling but It their friends cannot agree as to their respective prowess the ultimata result Is pretty apt to bo a mlllSelt Cut tore Hot a Warm Garment I cant find words exclaimed tho moral man to express my disgust for tho man who uses his religion as a cloak lIes everything thats bad Ho certainly Is foolish to say the least remarked tho practical man for religion such as his Is necessarily so flimsy hes liable to catch cold In itPhiladelphia Press- Check to Frivolity Tho Chinese minister says tho coo I fumes worn by American women strike him as being In some respects ridicu lous sold Mrs niyklns Yes answered MrBlyklns Tbnts owing to his point of view It ho had to pay for a few of them hed soon loom to take them seriously Wash ington StarNew Telephone Line A local stock Company has been form ed here with a capital of 1000 for the purpose of building 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eat Pass enger Coaches and Parlor Car service through between Louisville Evansville and St Iuaia without change eleKantCoachesout changeI I I It WIN 1 raffic Manager rinitJ Icy LII HHI St tLL Wy1ffFordsYille Brand TIME TABLE Nt 10 IN EFFOT SUNDAY JUNE IS 1809 Weit Hound Train Kart Bound Train No31 No51 STATIONS NoNoI Art PM AM PM 10 60 613 LT Irtinctoa Ar eon S 45 1113 709 airfield sv 520 1125 719 Harncd 8 at II U9 11 29 7 in Junction 820 II M- 1IU 72t Urillntburc 816 600 1140 735 Junction 8 10 145 II 60 7 45 Kirk a 01 4 46 11 67 7 6 Jolly 7 M 4 89 12 OJ 8 04 ilcodcaMDC 7 42 4 Z1 1211 8 09 7 M 4 II 1230 85 i+ allsotI1oe1h 71A 4 W 12 60 A 45 D npitw 657 3 42 112 M A 60 Itockvalc 658 3 38 10 8 M Itutb I 44 333- 10s 9 00 Aiklai 644 3 29i 1 13 008 Oaks 6 86 3 21 1 20 9 Ii Ar Farilivfllc Ly fiSC 3 II PN tM H I IM DallyTrains 43 and 44 contact ol IrvlneUin with Train Not 3 and 4 for points on Fonltvill branch Trnlni i j 4 and 5 run Train No a mod 4 connect at trvicgton with Slain rlae rir 41 41 41 and 4t LOUISVILLE fVANSVILLH MALL a0IncorporatedI Fast rnssengerjand Freight Steamers TARASCONTELL HEG RAGON ROSE RITE- BELLEVUE AND THROUGH RATES TO Lower Ohio Green and Barren Rivers Cincinnati Madison and Upper Ohio River For rates schedules and other information address GEO H WILSONSuperintendent O E HYDES Q F and P Agent Louisville Ky SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR STOCK Qnlck Tim Come C oeottUooi law flat v T r 1 fir 5 T c t a t 8 I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JON 619rtL BRANDENBURG K1 largo delegation from licit attended tlio reunion lam K VrBihop la in IsvnusYille to EOO her parents Miss Agnes MaUn is improving though still quite weak Tho Womans Missionary society will meet with Mrs II B Grinnell Friday oftcnioou Mr and Mrs Jeff Ditto and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Bland ShacklettMiss Leo Woolfolk left Tues day for El RenO Oklahoma to spend the summer with relatives Tho oratorical contest of the Branden burg Normal will take place Tuesday evening Juno 12th Commencement ex anises Juno 13t- hWaUzhvotltepTvostepwaltz at the Ocmfedorato ball it should have been march minuet laucers T L Pusey of Chicago came over for a day and nigljt with his father Dr D C Pusey Ho left Sunday Miss Until McAlpin a sponsor from Mississippi nUll a cousin of Misses May dot Pusey and Ilia Richardson was fiio guest of Misd Ilia during tho reunion Dr F R Wilder partner of Dr John Ilardiu was elected treasurer of the Kentucky State Dental Association which convened in Louisville last week Miss Funulo Phillips entertained the afternoon X V club Tuesday meal ar rangements were made for Miss Sallio Burch to give an evening reception in a fewdays When we tho south laid down our arms we did so in good faith and notwithstanding numerous impositions we have stuck to our compact hard as it has been Mr and Mrs Baal Grlnuell spent Sat urday nnd Sunday with Mr and Mrs Geo Frymire and Miss Jemmie Lee Woolfolk They attended the Vail at the old mill The contest of Kentucky granaries were transmuted by Kentucky magicinf liquid corn rye nnd corn for the old vet erans and they imbibed like a veritable hog hominoy Mr Barney Worlaud one of John Morgans men went up to meet his old comrades of the conflict Ho enjoyed the reunion from every stand point historical literary and social The battalion of maimed Confederates was an inspiration No rich govern mead lUll unstained them no pension has b Un theirs Oh I they brought up the Kaddent ntolkcUou A large crowd from here attended tho hall loutt Saturday night nt tho old mill All r Dart nn elegant time Tho Louis Till bund failed to materialize but local inusiiiaiis furnished the dance tints Mr Tom Tenrerf brother with his daughter from Morgantown fpeut soY eral days lien lIe was hero with John M rfriu thirty odd years ago and was lu the muimod battalion at the reunion 3hu C Breckonrldge of Kentucky iSi crotary of war under Jefferson Davis wa by lung olds the handsomest man iu tin cabinet eleven Pity pity that jiroul name was over trailed in the dust l1100 sees Kansas with the banner wheat crop 85000000 bushelsa chance for tho unemployed to go and help liar vest it Horace Grecloys axiom still holds grad Go west young mean go wett Gtu Longtreet was gallant but ho need not remind us of the pat women took in the war between the states Women ever ploy an important part in nil important issues It was so in the sixties just RS in this closing century I am indebted to my good neighbor Mrs Jeff Ditto for tho various editions of the Conrior Journal of last week do voted to time reunion of the Confederate veterans Jeff Ditto is an omnivorous oc j roaiUjr andIs ti fltmly iJOSteditin op al- mostcvory8ubji ts lIoI8 a true blueI southerner t MrLitcintdid preacheda tine sermon t i lastSunday morning oil the text My gouso is a House of Prayer Brother Litchflold wants business voting and religion to tnhlyYoedont go crazy i over local option nod go to the polls null Vote the license for that moons sa loons Vote the Prohibition ticketI PK Stalin and Frank Malln ofAsh- land Ky Mrs Mason McGonigle and Rob Malin Mr Tom Robinson of Oweusboro Mr Jesse Malin of Sine Grove were all at Mrs George Wor lands nee Zula Malin last week to see their mother Mrs S O Hallo who Is spending some time with Mrs Wor laud W L Cabell of Dallas Texas who was reelected commander of the Trans Mississippi department says he would nt exchange his position for Mr Mc Kinloys I reckon not Who that is a southerner would swap his birth place or position for anything or anybody north of the Mason and Dixon lineThe Rev B M Palmer of New Or leans in his great discourse In defense oHhostfwho wore the gray was a clas sic I have sat WIder the sound of that great divine twice in NOW Orleans in the 70V lu the Presbyterian church He was then one of the most eloquent and most popular ministers in the Crescent CityThe work of taking the United States census commenced June 1st Mr Tom Roberts is Uncle Sams emissary to collect all the facts general concerting each household in this town and precinct The census must be taken accurately and with dispatch Uncle Sam will by July 1st have a complete biography of each American Yosin deed in double deed we who still love respect nUll honor President Jefferson Davis want that monument erected He excepting Robt E Lee is the greatest Ulan that ever lived Poor Gen Wade Hampton was ill I went up the Oucheta with him in 1870 and ho was n magnificent specimen of a Southern gentleman Kentucky gave birth to both Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis They were born within a few miles of each other and within n few months Strange how their lives planned out presidents ofcon flicting sections and con tending republics Jefferson Davis died disfranchised by n Government ho nt one time had faith fully served the other was killed by an assassins bullet Kismet I Let 10 to 1 Democrats remember while they are heaping scathing epithets on Sound Money Democrats that William Goebel was n friend to sound money until the division cause Then he went with the radicals while others went with the conservatives I believe Mr Goebol was an honest man and a good Democrat according to his belief He made one fatal mistake Ho paid tho penalty but ho was brave Messrs W D Ashcraf Victor Spanld lug P I Yates Ben Hook Doct Gray Dan Willett and Albert Bcwlcy gave tin ice cream and strawberry supper last week at Mrs William Mclntires In honor of Misses Susie Elder Nell Trent Mary mid Bess Lewis Bcnlali Fontaine Lena Ncvittnud Lillian Rhodes The table was beautifully adorned with colored lights and lowers with a boutou nlere at each cover Music and games beguiled the happy hours The compliment to Helen Gould by the veterans was a deserved one She gave liberally in money and personal service to the Spanish American war A cruiser should be named Helen Gould Those gray grizzled veterans with the sands in their hour glass run ning out never fall to pay woman n tri bute For instance Whatever there is in man comes from womans teaching and unlike man she asks no reward but our high civilization demand that we pay this tribute to her virtues U To Err Is Human Pit to en lot t if time it criminal or AJW Dont ectXtouc the mitUkc of nffedf c ff I x Vfhcn imparitits nunifatiiwiwt ii CTUpfots or when KtotJtred vndiixx of stomch ktdncysf liver C Is wes trpttr take Hoods 5ar S4Fari It a 2l make pure live blood nd p1Jot fro good htalth J1ffJOdj ScMawAif4 Crab In Oriterc rhe demacd for that little southern delicacy the oyster crab Is always larger than the supply and I baVo all I can do to obtain the CO or CO gallons which are dally required for flavoring stews and making omelets in the lead ing hotels restaurants and clubs of this city said a wholesale cleft dealer In New York to a Washington Star writer Our northern oysters do not contain the little dainties so I am obliged to buy them from the oyster shuckers along the York Ilappahan nock nnd other southern rivers Tho Chesapeake bay shore oystcrmcn send us some also Tho little crab found In the oyster Is not as commonly supposed by two thirds of the oyster eating community the young of the blue crab but Is a distinct species It is a messmate of and caterer to the wants of the oyster being therefore a benefit instead of a detriment to the latter In return for tho oysters kindness iu protecting it against its enemies the little crab catches and crushes food which in Its entire state could not be taken by tho oyster A singular thing In connection with them Is that all found inside of tho oyster are females Tho male of the same variety has a hard shell Turtle Trained to Plant You wont to go to China to see min- ima fighting reduced to a science There are hundreds of young men in the larger cities there who make a liv ing by training animals to fight and in exhibiting their savage qualities to In terested audiences They catch both mud and snapping turtltethemo- n raw meat and eomo etyf of drug that harms them up and at tho end of six months they become savage enough to fight a tiger Tho Jaws and teeth are filed and sandpapered until tho mouth becomes a dangerous thing to- go near The turtle Is tabtallecd each day with a piece Of wood or a bunch of cotton until its temper reaches a white heat When confronted with another turtle that has been trained and badg ered In tho same way they go for each other with distended jaws and there la sure to be a fight to a finish They have each boon starved for a wOk Each Is handled by his owner who has teased It to tho killing point Tho two turtles nro then placed In a small ring and only one comes out alive Tho fight lasts from ono to ten bourn and death generally comes only whcfl one of them has secured a throat hold on his doomed antagonist Cleve land Plain Dealer Da Bought B Section A Pltteburgcr who has money to spate had to go east on short notice lie Is a man given to cxclnslvcness and be detests traveling In a public conveyance because he Is thrown In with BO many persons of whom ho knows nothing When ho floes take n trip ho takes a stateroom wherever ho I I IslabuslneesI In the Bleeping car He had little time to make arrangements last week but his first thought was of a stateroom lie called one of tho employees and hurried him to the ticket office Get a stateroom If you cnn ho said and If you cannot get a section You know what a section isiwo bertha Yes sir replied the men as ho started off no returned soon with the Informa tlon that there wasnt a stateroom to bo had on the train But 1 got two berths for you sir be said handing out two tickets Do nearly lost Ills job when his em ployer examined the tickets and found fjYupptri t1 aria Chills alld r rvCV1r THE BeST PRESCRIPTION IS Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic The formula iis plait l prnterf on every bottlehence you know just what you arc taking when you take Groves Imitators do not advertise their formula knowing that you Would not buy their medicine ifOU knew what it contained Groves contains Iron and Quince Put UP in correct proportions and is in a Tasteless form The JIron acts 34 a tonic while the Quinine drives the malaria out of the system Any reliable druggist willtell you that Groves is the Original and that all other socalled Tasteless of other chill tonics shows Qhiil Tprrtcs arc imitations An analysis that Groves is superior to all others in everyrespect You ire not experimenting when you take Orovcstts superiority and excellence having long been established Groves is the only Chill Cure sold throughout the entire malarial sections oL the United States No Cure No Pay Price sec INTERPRETATION1 rI I Ft lonj fot a ftitx that U lasting We plead for i rapture Ibttt rue fAke flilitriaen coucclculjr cittln Their wU In the salt ol drepaif- VTe fdraw from deep witert of sorrow Dart wrcckj of old tailor and lea And out of tea tames we borrow Tbo storm that will tutu some near Faith tptcd put the footttepi 01 duty tombTbocglI beauty And retunii unto dun =tli the doom Of tech man child to strife and to wonder To plan lor tome OIIUn gala And only tad myetfrici under All Ute be it pleasure or palm Lo In realms of the mind there U treasure For toiler who dwell In content There la truth that no science can measure fonpentThere filling dDDeWhereItrough faith U thy rictory wool Charlca W Etevecaon la ChIcago Occord CAR FARES IN GERMANY The Method of Colleetlon nail In npectlon rroreuti Free JUde The chances of evading tares on the street cars of German clUes aro very slight When a paftftnger steps on a cnr the conductor Immediately asks where be is going and then prepares hIs ticket which servos also as a receipt for the fare The preparation ot- a ticket consists only In detaching It from a block and punching it or mark ing It with a pencil Title process Involves much more work than the simple process of ring Ing up the fares as conductors do In America but the task Is lightened by the fact that only a certain number of persons are permitted to ride on a car at the same time The number of sit plalnlrImarked on each car If a car is do signed to carry 30 persons no more than 30 persons will be permitted on that car at the same time When any thing In Germany Is forbidden It Is settled once for nIL In order that every person who tides shall get the prescribed ticket Inspectors are employed who spend their time In ascertaining whether the conductors are doing their duty These Inspectors step Into tho cars and ask the passen gers for their tickets They note the number of two tickets and whether they correspond with the stubs retained by the conductor The clerk who gives out tho blocks of tickets to tho con ductors notes the number of tho upper most ticket nn Jnfthe return of each block collects from the conductor who returned It as many tares as there are tickets detached Thu rate ol fares varies from 2H cents to C according to time distance Small children are carried for onelialf fare and any ono for the sum of 200 may secure a ticket which entitles him to ride os much as bo wishes for one month When a ear Is full the con ductor displays a placard bearing the word Occuplcd Chicago Record The Par3tefto Marry Edward Rok writing in Time Ladles Home Journal on A Boy Fot a Hus band contends that no young man under 23 years of age Is In any sense competent to take unto himself tl wHo Hefore that ago ho IIs simply a boy who line absolutely nothing which ho can offer to a girl as a safe fnndattoo for life happiness lIe Is unformed In his character unsettled In his Ideas nb Boluloly Ignorant of the first essentials of what consideration or love for a woman means IIo doesnt know himself let alone knowing a woman Ho is full of fancies and it is his bostab nature to alt from QUO fancy to an otherHe Is Incapable of the affection up on which love is hosed because be baa not lived long enough to know what the feeling or even the word menus He Is IoU of theories each one of which when bo comes to put it lute practice will fall Ho li a boy pure and simple passing through that try Ing period through whlcb every boy must pass before ho becomes a man But that period Is not tho marrying time For as his opinions of lifo are to change so aro his fancies of tho girl ho esteems as tho only girl In the world to make him happy The man of 30 rarely wads tho girl whom he fancied when ho was 20 A Freak of Lightning Lightning performed a strange feat near Osceola Pa during tho recent thunderstorm says the Oil City Der- rIck Three fine cows belonging to a farmer had been turned out to pasture In a field on which tho new grass Is al ready Quito high and when the shower came QI1 they gathered together In one corner under some trees There Is a wIre fence running closo by tho spot where they wero standing and a bolt of lightning was attracted to It and ran along tho slender wires until the cows were reached when It glanced oct striking the animals and killing all three Instantly A Story For Papa There Is a moral In this little story of child lira- Mamma asked little 8yearold Freddie nro wo going to heaven someday TVs dear I hope BO was tho reply- I wish papa could go too con tin tIed the little fellow Well and dont yon think ho vrtlir asked his motherIOh no replied Freddie uho could not leave his business Does the man who worries about himself ever think that be is worrying about a thing of which time worn makes little noteS Louts Star t Whenever a mothers attention tar called to her children she makes of dive at them and wipes their noses Atcliloon Globe 1j There Is something ivrong with the nnpotlle of ft small boy who can wait patiently for hb chooseCJnI6 notes jJob Printing donE at this omen on short notice It IH I WEALTH r Ve I l 1 i 1 is to it r have a book we send you that I tells just how to care for the hair e If ifaair Is too thinorbs orbsingIts get e filth WFelthIndCed especial aIWoman Every otherphysical attraction secondary Wer gladly your lustcr AfffH Igor Growth becomes w vigorous and all dan druff is removed It always restores color to gray or faded hair Retain your youth dont look old before your time 100 a bottle All Jruzzlit I bars need your Hair Vigor now for about 25 years and I hale found it splendid and satisfactory In every way I bellove I have recommended this Halt Vigor to bundcrdsof my friends and they antbodyVigor I shall certainly recommend IjAyereIlaizi TIftrtNOT 231833 Norwich N Y Write the Doctor- It Ton dont obtain all the benefits j IgorILowell btu- BATTLETOWN A good rain last week The NEWS is 0 K Isnt Il Crops are growing nicely since the rainOliver Greer went to Brandenburg Saturday Ohms Bennett went to Andyville Thursday Miss Katie Hubbard is seriously ill at this writing Mrs Laura Pipes is quite ill RI+ her home near Flat Rock Miss Effie Haynes spent a night with Miss Katie Hubbard near Cold Spring weekMr Greer Henry Stiff and family and J P Greer attended time Reunion at Louisville last week Wm Blake and Miss Mettle Bennett spent Thursday night with D C Thompson and wife at Rat Ran The heaviest rain since June Gtb 07 fell here last Wednesday evening font lag watergates and a large portion of the crops were washed away MtJ Bennett our enterprising mer chant has moved his warehouse up on Main street This makes his business more convenient and enlarges its ca pacityMr M 0 Thompson formerly a merchant often place but now of Schooner point Ind has sold out his property at that place and is coming back to Ken tuckyUncle Peter Stiles of Lick Run Breck enridge county spent last week visiting relatives here He had not been here for some time he gets around quite well for a man 60 years of age J R Bennett contemplates building a ball at this place for public gatherings and social purposes This will help to improve our little place and he Ii great benefit to our society The Apple crop in this section will not be as heavy as was anticipated as near ly all of the young apples withered and fell off There will however be a large crop of peaches and pears James Lame and myself killed two copperhead snakes last Friday measur ing a fraction over 4 feet in length There are more of them than usual In this section and they made their appear ance quite early The people off this county anticipate a grand celebration on Independence day at this place Preparations will be made to accommodate a large number of guests The day is regularly celebrated here and a largo attendance always turns out I oror tifi the Pianos It lies been calculated that a mini mum pressure of the finger of ono quarter of n pound Is needed to sound a note on the piano and that at times a force of five pounds Is thrown on a single key to produce a single effect Chopins last study In O minor has a passage taking two minutes five sec onds to play that requires a total pres sure estimated at three full tons o a pqpo xixJ Suttifo vyjrtl Kind VorHan Alivajs Sought I Signature rt4 r- or FORDSV1LLE 1 4 Miss BeulahRush is on the rick list this week MIES Ava DAvison IBi viaitioK relatives ID Louisville Jerry THford Conductor on the Branch road laid offa few days last week We hear that Jake Jones has pur chased the Tom Wedding farm MrArnolds family of Mitchell Station visited the family of Jack Harris SundayThe heavy rains that fell last week damaged crops in this neighborhood considerablyCharlie and family of Horse Branch attended services at the Baptist church Sunday t Mr Will Park joined the Baptist church last Sunday and was baptised after the service Mr Eugene McAdama of Owensboro was visiting his daughter Mrs Ike Adair last week The lecture given at the Hall Satur day night was very interesting as well as amusing to all those who attended Prof Godaey has bought the old school house and is repairing it for a dwelling house We are glad to see this for it will be an improvement in the looks of this end of the town Wo vere glad to sse little Conly Til ford out Sunday to enjoy Childrens day services Everybody knows and loves Conly the afflicted son of Conductor Jerry Tilford Come again Conly Childrens day services at the Baptist church Sunday was attended by a large crowd It was a beautiful day and the songs and speeches of the little children were enjoyed byall The Instrumental and vocal music was beautifully rendered while the recitation by Miss Ruth Lawson was the best on the programme For two years Ira Kelley of Mane field Pa was in poor health on account of kidney trouble He consulted sever al physiciansand spent considerable mon ey for medicines without obtaining fe Hal until he tried Foleys Kidney Cure and now writes I desire to add my tes timony that it may be the cause of aid ing others Moorman Owen EKRON Tommie Williams Is very ill at this writingDick Hardaway of Irvington was in town Thursday- Mr George Wrather was at home Sat urday and Sunday Mr Abe Laslie of Missouri iis visiting at Mr Jake Sbaukletts Mr Jesse Henderson came home from Louisville Sunday morning Mrs L P Drake of Island McLean Co is visiting at home again Nellie Brown and little Clair visited Mrs Tom Cundlfi at Guston Sunday Mr Emmet Drown Sam Allen and Ray Shacklet were at IrVington Sunday Mrs Marve I13wle Sr and three grand children came up from Owane boro Sunday Mr Sam Randall and wife of Gray hampton were the guests of Mrs M MeyerSundayMrs and little daught er Golda were the guests of 0 0 Stith and family Sunday Mrs Dan Williams has returned home from Toblnsport where she has been visiting her parents Mr Will Roberts and Miss Alice Neafus spent Sunday with Mr Dan Shacklett and family Misses Ada and Nellie Roberts and Ermine and Rosa Cracroft and Mr Junius Snacklett spent Sunday at Irv ingtonIt be impossible to name the people that attended the Confederate Reunion from here but our agent sold 101 tickets to Louisville during the cheap rates If You fJ were to bump your head against a brick wall you could not feel worse than any one who suffers from stomach troubles We have a positive cure in Dr Caldwella Syrup Pepsin Snort Haynes Holds A Lucrative Position Mr James Heron a former citizen of this town but now of Ashland Ky was a guest of his brother Mr Alex Heron for a day and night of last week He also visited the home of Mr and Mrs David Heron near Bewleyville Mr Heron Is superintendent of the Ashland Coal Iron Railroad company at Ashland Itla said to be the largest institution of its kind in Eastern Ken tacky Quick Relief For Asthma Mia Maud Dickens Parsons Kane writes I suffered eight years with asthma in its worst form I had several attacks during th last year and was not expected to live through them I began using Foleya Honey and Tar and it has never failed to give immediate re lief Moorman Owen Locates at Owensboro Jesse Moorman has resigned his posi tion with F Fraize Jesse has accepted a position with the Owomboro Pants factory and the NEWS commends this firm in the selection of MrMporman He lea sturdy young man of excellent moral qualities and has fine business abilities MILLWOOD Gall on H K Wells for strawberries Mrs Duvall is very much indisposed Sunday schools at this place nro pro grossing nicely Crops arc very munch improved since the recent rains We still love tho NEws It Is like uJs letter from homo Tj Mrs Sallie Crowford Horned spent a day at homo last week Miss Dora Ashley spout Saturday and Sunday in Caneyville ML Kincers saw mill near here was destroyed byflro last Sunday riqgvisitQuito a crowd from hero will hear S P Jones at Leitchflold to night No clew has yet been obtained in regard to the Leitchfleld Bank robbers If you want to see Role Smith smile call him papa Its an eight pound boy W I DeHaveuand daughter Beulah attended the reunion at Louisville last weekMiss Ruble Lampton will spend the summer with her aunt Mrs Corn Din widdlo Bro Harmed will preach for us the second Sunday of this month at theregu hourFarmers are much encouraged since they find their wheat crop 20 per cent better than they expected A woman in Idaho got a divorce from her husband because he would not take her to the Paris Exposition He fied in court that he was afraid of waJr and that he was afraid to get into a bath tub even he got so seasick That man has indigestion just as a good many oth ers we know and should take Dr Cold wells Syrup Pepsin Get it at Short Haynes HOLT Miss Nellie Burks is visiting In Louis villeMrs Hannah Hardin has returned from Cloyerport MrLL Mitchell visited friends in Cannelton Tuesday Church services held at Holts Chapel Sunday were welL attended Miss Forrie Hardin has returned home from a visit to relatives in Oloverport Miss Emma Riedel has returned home from Cincinnati to spend her vacation Among those who attended the Con federate Reunion last week were Mr Har41nMrMinor Mrs Lucy Coons and Mri Henry Coons 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 A and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Goto a warmer and more regular climate Yes if possible if not possible for you then in either caee take the ONLY remedy that has been introduced in all civilized countries with success in severe throat and lung troubles fBosqhees German Syrup It not only heals and stimu lates the tissues to destroy the germ die ease but allays Inflammajlon causes easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE bottle Recommended many years by all druggists in the world For sale byj A R FISHER ITbe fay Came By Rail I Too bad the hay wasnt aboard the Str Tarascon Monday night Ten or twelve young couples who are ever ready to wear out the soles of their shoes in keeping time to the pretty strainaof music had paltiently waited for the ar rival of this boat They went to the tllandingand a dance to the upper wharf was an ticipated by all She did not display any signs of landing so to make sure of not missing the festive dance that had been advertised they proceeded to the mail landing She had hardly struck the tyOhiotwelve or fifteen of Kentuckys prettiest young girls all broken hearted over the catastrophe It was some time before agent Gregory appeared upon the scene but when he did he quickly went down to the wharf with his headb owed to the pebbles r Hows This I We offer One Hundred Dollar Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 Wethe undersigned have known F J Cheney for the sat fifteen years and be hove him perfectly honorable Inall business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firmWest Trims aleDruggfat T MarviWHalls Catarrh Cure is taken internal Iy acting directly uponthe blood and mucous surfaces of the tmPrlee7tper1ott1Q S lilbjalt Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the beet